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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 30, 1897.
Wants It Understood That He Has
Deal with Atr. Quay.
HAS NOT DROPPED THE LIBEL SUIT
Richard (tuny Will Ho Prosecuted,
IIo Stntcs-OIr. iMngco Intinintcs
tliat Ho Is Not Troubled with Quny-phobln--IIus
Made So Deals, hut
Approves of the Spirit of Harmony,
HarrlsburR, June 29. When the sen
ate met this morning Mr. Mitchell,
of Jefferson, called up the general ap
propriation bill. The bill was read for
the second time and it was then re?
committed to the appropriations com
mittee for amendments. Some elghty
flvu house appropriation bills went
through on second reading.
At noon the bill relating to criminal
libel, which was made a special order
was taken up for final consideration.
The bill as amended passed finally af
ter discussion by a vote of 37 to 1,
the single vote In the negative being
that of Mr. Losch. The Benate then
adjourned until 3 o'clock this after
noon. In the senate this afternoon Mr.
Fllnn rose to a question of privilege
to deny the reports that he had made
a deal with Senator Quay on tho ques
tion of legislation. Mr. Mageo made a
Mr. Fllnn started out by saying that
after a bitter factional struggle last
ing two years his faction had been de
feated. "The members of the legisla
ture from Allegheny" ho continued,
"have been treated brutally. They
were put on nothing but Inferior com
mittees. "We have hud no bills In this leg
islature because we felt that we could
not pass them. We have acted with
the minority faction and the story of a
deal Is a falsehood. There is no ne
cessity for the deal."
Mr. Fllnn asserted that public senti
ment had killed the "ripper" bill; that
it took the united effort of Senator
Quay and the state chairman of the
Democratic party to pass this meas
ure on second reading. "We never
had any Idea of this bill passing fin
ally," said he, "and It required no ar
rangement on our part to defeat such
an outrageous proposition."
The speaker declared that he had not
dropped his suit for criminal libel
ngatnst Richard R. Quay, Senator
Quay's son. "That case will be tried,"
said he. "The only thing upsn which
we have acted In harmony with tho
dominant faction has been the revenue
question and I don't want the regular
organization In Allegheny to think we
have made a deal of any kind. When
we are consulted by the dominant Re
publican faction and allowed to act as
Independent men then we will gladly
act In accord with the faction that
controls the politics of this state."
As soon ns Mr. Fllnn had finished
speaking Mr. Magee arose and said:
"I am not troubled with Quayphobla
and I have made no deal with Sena-ator--Quay.
There is no necessity for
It. Some time since Mr. Quay de
clared he was for harmony and that
statement met with my hearty ap
proval. "However, I trust the time will come
when there Is no Quay or anti-Quay
faction, but a solid Rpubllcan organi
zation without deals."
This ended the Incident and the
routine of the senate was resumed.
BILLS PASSED FINALLY.
When the senate reconvened this af
ternoon the consideration of appropri
ation bills on' final passage was at once
taken up. These bills passed ilnally:
Norrlstown insane asylum t 75,000
Pennsylvania Soldiers' Orphan
For an emergency fund to bo used In
suppressing epidemics 60,000
Saunders-Roberts contested election
' case, counsel's fees 3,009
Home for the Training In Speech of
Deaf Children, Philadelphia 30,000
'State board of health and vital sta
Hospital for Injured persons of the
middle coal fields 40,000
State asylum for tho chronic in
sano 5,8X2 40
Cottage state hospital of the bitu
minous and seml-bltumlnous coal
regions at Phllllpsburg 11,000
Adjutant general for copying Into
books the rolls of Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania Soldiers' and Sailors'
Home at Eric, for each Inmate..,. 210
Transportation to and from Chatta
nooga, at tho tlmo of dedicating
monuments of Pennsylvania regi
Pittsburg and Allegheny Home for
the Friendless 6,000
National Guards of Pennsylvania.. 700,000
Adrian Hospital association of Jef
ferson county 20,000
PAIN CURED IN AN INSTANT.
CURES THE WORST PAINS In from
one to twenty minutes. Not one hour
after reading this advertisement need any
tno SUFFER WITH
ACHES AND PAINS.
For headache (whether sick or nervous),
toothache, neuralgia, rheumatism, lumba
go, pains and weakness In the back, gpino
orl:ldneys, pains aroend the liver, pleuri
sy, swelling of tho joints and pains of all
kinds, the application of Radway'B Ready
Relief will afford Immediate ease, and Its
continued use for a few days effect a per
A CURE FOR ALL
A half to a teaspoonful ofReady Relief
in a half tumbler of water, repeated as
often as tho discharges continue, ami a
flannel saturated with Ready Relief placed
over tho stomach and bowels will afford
Immediate relief and eoon effect a cure.
INTERNALLY A half to a teaspoonful
In half ai tumbler of water will In a fonr
minutes cure Cramps, Spavins. Bour Btom
ach. Nausea, Vomiting, Heartburn, Norr.
ousness, Sleeplessness, Sick Headache,
Flatulency, nnd all Internal pains.
Malurln. in Its Various Forms
Cured and Prevented.
There is not a remedial agent In the
woild that will cure Fever and Ague and
all other Malarious. Bullous and other
fevers, aided by RADWAY'S PILLS, so
quickly as RADWAY'S READY ItEUDK,
Travelers should alwaya carry a bottle
of Radvvay's Ready Relief with them. A
few drops In water will prevent sickness
or pains from change of water. It Is bet
ter than French brandy cr bitters as a
- IU3 SURE TO GET "RADWAY'S"
and see the lumo Is on what you buy,
IT Ice go Cents I'cr Dottle. Sold by Druggists
State hospital of the anthracite coal
Nautical schoolshlp, Philadelphia.. 21,000
Asylum for Indigent Widows and
Single Women, Philadelphia 0,000
Hoard of game commissioners 800
Reform sctool at Morgunza 18,025 40
Huntingdon reformatory 150,030
Western Pennsylvania Stato Insti
tution for tho Feeble Minded 161,500
Hospital for the Insane nt Warren.. 10,000
State board of public charities 21,900
Expenses of tho executive commit
tee of tho Chlckamauga-Chatta-
nooga battlefields commission.... 6,000
St. John's hospital ti.ouo
Cory hospital 6,000
Temporary Homo for Children, Al
legheny ....: 2,000
Rush hospital, Philadelphia 10,000
Eastern penitentiary , 125,000
Pennsylvania Polyclinic nnd Col
lege for Graduates In Medicine.... 25,000
Shenango Valley hospital, New Cas
Itothcsda Home, Pittsburg 10,000
Homo for Colored Children, Alle
Curtis Homo for Destitute Women
and Girls, Pittsburg 2,000
Rclncman Maternity hospital, Pitts
Gynecean hospital, Philadelphia.... 25,000
Hospital department of tho Hahne
mann college, Philadelphia 40.000
Philadelphia Homo for Infants 4,000
Benevolent Ansoclatlons Homo for
Children, Poltsvlllo 1.500
Chester hospital 10,000
Philadelphia Lying-in Charity and
Nurso school 10,000
Oil City hospital 15,000
Western Tempoiary Home, Phila
Reaver Valley hospital 7,000
Tho governor Informed the senate
that he had nominated Allen Shryock,
J. P. McLaughlin, Miss Lizzie Ingram,
S. T. Stackhouse, Alem M. DcHaven
and Miss M. 13. Justice, of Philadel
phia, to bo notaries public. Tho nomi
nations were confirmed and the senate
adjourned until this evening.
When tho senate met this evening
Mr. Osbourn introduced a resolution
Instructing the appropriations commit
tee to Insert nn Item in tho treneral ap
propriations bill providing tliat money
bo appropriated to public schools only
In such cases where the school dis
tricts raise an equal amount of money
for school purposes for the respective
The senate was Informed that its
amendments to tho bill relating to
criminal libel had not been concurred
in, and Messrs. Thomas, Grady and
Fllnn were appointed members of a
conference committee on the part of
APPROPRIATION HILLS PASSED.
These appropriation bills went
through on final passage:
Pittsburg Newsboys Homer ?
St. Luke's hospital, South Beth
lehem Rosalia Foundling asylum and
Maternity hospital, Pittsburg.
Pennsylvania State Lunatic
hospital 2.900 00
For tho state's lrsane 1,250,000 Uo
Salunders - (Roberts contested
election case, for expense of
committee, stenographers etc. 3,978 50
Mercer hospital 11,000 00
Cottago hospital at Connells-
vlllo 13,000 00
Pottstown hospital 10,000 00
Carbondale hospital 10,000 00
McKeesport hospital 14,000 00
House of Mercy, Jefferson,
Phlladc'iphla 7,000 00
Mercy hospital, Pittsburg 20,000 00
Medical and surgical depart
ment of tho Western Pennsyl
vania hospital, Pittsburg ...
Hamot hospital, .Eric
Kxpensos of ' tho committee,
stenoghrapher etc., In tho
Shlffer-Leh contested clec
Expenses of tho committee In
vestigating tho Insuranco
Three bills to remunerate sergeant-at-arms
of the house for services ren
dered on special committees passed
ilnally. They are ns follows: In the
Shlffer-Leh case, $839.70: for money
expended at the inauguration of Ma
jor McKlnley, $417.60; in the Saunders
Roberts case, $1,945.34.
These are all senate bills and un
less the session Is extended, which Is
highly Improbable, they will not pas3
When the bill to reimburse Henry D.
Heller and E. H. Laubach for money
expended in their contested election
case came up on third reading, Mr.
Grady moved to Increase Lnubach's
bill to $2,(171 and Heller's to $2,655.73.
The bill as amended passed finally.
A recess of a half hour was then
taken. After waiting three-quarters
of an hour for business irom tlho
house, and finding there was none, the
senate adjourned until 30 o'clock to
EXPENSE BILL SNAG.
Amendments Culling for Strict Ac
count of Personal Items.
Hnrrlsburg, June 29. The house
started In this morning on the appro
priation bills left over from yester
day. Ten second reading senate bills
were rushed through, after which bills
on third reading and final passage were
taken up. The bill to provide a state
hospital for treatment of epileptics,
was killed by a vote of 57 to 83.
The house took up the conference re
port on the bill governing cities of the
third class and it was unanimously
adopted. The house adjourned at 12.33
until 3 o'clock this afternoon.
The senate amendments to the bill
increasing from eight to ten mills the
stock of lianks and savings Institutions
w.eie taken up by the house this after
noon. Tho bill appropriating $813.50 to
pay tho expenses of the investigation
of the Insurance scandal was defeated
on final passage by a vote of 99 to 22.
For fear of the defeat of the bill ap
propriating $811 to Joseph Wyatt, ser
geant nt arms of the house for ser
vices in tho Shlffer-Leh election contest
from Northampton county, action was
postponed. When the bill appropriating
$1,925 to Mr. Wyatt for services in the
Saunders-Roberts contest from the
third Philadelphia district was taken
up for llnal iwssage Mr. Crothers, of
Philadelphia, moved to go into com
mittee of the whole to insert the fol
"That it shall not be lawful for tho
auditor general to approve nor the
btate treasurer to pay any bills or parts
thereof for extra car fare, carriage
hire, sleeping berths, telegrams, tele-
phono charges and other expenses until
after a duly sworn nnd fully itemized
statement of expenses actually incur
red shall have been duly filed with the
auditor general and buch sworn state
ment shall be accompanied with vouch
ers covering every Item of expendi
tures." The amendment was Inserted by a
vote of 106 to 46 and the report of the
commltteo adopted. Similar amend
ments have been offered to the various
ether expense bills that have been con
sidered the past week, but all were vot
ed down after a hard light. The
friends of these measures decided after
the defeat of the Insurance expense
bill that unless this amendment was
Inserted they would be defeated.
Mr. Wilson of Lycoming, raised the
point of order that tho Wyatt bill was
unconstitutional becauso It allows ex
tra compensation and mileage to a paid
official of tho state. The speaker ruled
tho point of order not well taken.
Mr. Crothers amendment wns nlso In
serted In the bill appropriating $405 to
pay Mr. Wyatt for his expenses In
curred by tho senate and house In at
tending tho inauguration of President
McKlnley nnd $811 for service In tho
Shlffer-Leh contest. The vote by which
tho expense bill of the committee to In
vestigate the Insuranco scandal wns
defeated was reconsidered and the bill
The bills to provide for a state hos
pital for the homeopathic treatment of
the Insane nnd appropriate $800 to pay
tho expenses of Investigating tho capl
tol fire were also defeated.
The civil service bill was next taken
up on second reading nnd an exciting
discussion followed. The bill was de
feated by a vote of 55 to 95. Tho voto
by which tho cnpltol lire Inquiry ex
pense bill wns defeated was reconsid
ered and tho measure passed flnnlly,
The house adjourned at 5.50 until 8
LEHIGH VALLEY EARNINQS.
ANctlncrcnsc of 8:151,875.07 Since
Philadelphia, June 29. Tho state
ment of the earnings and expenses of
tho Lehigh Vnllcy railroad company
and tho Lehigh Valley Coal company,
for May, 1897, as compared with tho
same month In 189G, thow the. following
Lehigh Valley railroad: Gross earn
ings, decrease, $82,829.90. Expenses,
decrease, $60,999.08. Net earnings, do
Lehigh Valley Coal company:
Gross earnings, decrease, $111,439.82.
Expenses, decrease, 514S.018.01. Net
earnings, ""Increase, $36,G75.09. Both
companies Increase, $14,748.27.
The six months of the fiscal year to
May 31 show:
Lehigh railroad: Net earnings, in
Lehigh Valley Coal company: Net
earnings, Increase, $310,116.45.
Roth companies increase $324,873.97.
COAL PRICES 00 UP.
An Advance of 25 Cents to IIo Mndo
on July 1.
Philadelphia, June 29. The officials
of the Philadelphia and Reading Coal
and Iron company were busy yesterday
In drawing up a new July circular of
coal prices, which will probably be Is
sued today. Like the Delaware and
Hudson circular, which came out yes
terday, It makes an advance of 23
cents a ton In all the prepared sizes.
This increase has been expected for
some time, and Is Intended to strength
en tho market, which has recently been
rather heavy. Similar circulars arc
looked for today or tomorrow from tho
Lehigh VaUey, Pennsylvania, Dela
ware and Lackawanna and other coal
Shot Ills Friend fora Horse Thief.
Shamokln, Pa., June 29. An exciting
encounter occurred last night between
Hatton Campbell nnd Wellington
Roadarmel, near Elysburg. The lat
ter was riding at a furious rate past
Campbell's home. Campbell thought
Road-umel was a horse thief and fired
at him with a double barrelled shotgun.
Poadarmel wns shot In the leg and the
hotse will die. Campbell was going to
shoot Roadarmel again, when he re
vealed Ills identity. The' men were
Dying from Knife Wounds.
Beaver Falls, June 29. Alexander
Molnar, a Hungarian, has been arrested
for felonious assault, with Intent to kill,
on the ante-mortem statement of John
Kovlch, who is dying at the hospital
from five stab wounds Inflicted during
a fight Saturday night. Louis Shockes,
proprietor of a boarding house where
the quarrel occurred, has also been ar
rested. Itnn Away from Snakes.
Greenville, June 29. James Polland,
a local surveyor, and his assistant were
running land lines on tho Mahlen Pell
farm this morning when they disturbed
a den of rattlesnakes. The reptiles
showed light and the surveyors hastily
decamped, leaving their Instruments
behind. Pollard says there were at least
forty snakes in the den.
Wnntcd Their JUnrringo Kopt Secret.
New Castle, June 29. Charles II.
Brown, a molder, of Rochester, and
Rose Li. Burdlck, of Industry, were
man led here today by Alderman R, S.
Breckinridge. They were very desirous
of keeping their marriage a secret, and
were particular to charge the alderman
and witnesses to tell no one.
Strikers Accept u Compromise.
Hollldaysburg, June 29. At a meet
ing of the striking employes of the
Eleanor Iron works It was decided to
resume work. The men had been re
ceiving $3 per ton for puddling, and the
company sought a reduction to $2X0.
The compromise was effected on the ba
sis of $2.75 per ton.
Cornwall l-'iimnce to Stnrt Up.
Lebanon, June 29. The Bard-Cole-man
furnaces at Cornwall will be put
in operation soon. They have not been
In blast for a year. The North Corn
wall furnaces, owned by James C. Free
man, and which have not been opened
for several years, will also be started up
Illcw tho Stove to Pieces.
Greenville, June 29. Mrs. Edwnrd
Sweeny was attempting to light a fire
with oil, when an explosion followed
which blew the stove to pieces. Mrs.
Sweeny's clothing took lire and were
nearly burned off before the flames
ELEPHANT ON A TEAR.
"Dick" Takes Possession of n Tent
In n Circus nt Providence.
Providence, R. I Juno 29. There
were lively times In the menagerie
tent of the combined Forepnugh-Sells
Brothers' circus at Reservoir avenue,
yesterday morning. Dick, an elephant,
known to the circus men as "bad," held
possession of the tent for about two
hours. A keeper, while directing tho
driving of stakes, npproached too near
the elephant, who was fastened to one
of the other elephants in the herd.
Dick lunged nt him, but couldn't catch
him. He tried a second tlmo with no
A moment later the chains broke,
nnd the elephant was loote. Ho charg
ed after the men In the tent, who ran
out or hid behind cages, and Dick
held possession of the place. The em
ployes finally rallied, and chains were
thrown over tho elephant and ho was
Minors Return to Work.
Knoxvllle, Tenmi June 29. On thou
sand miners employed by tho Coal Creek
company returned to work this morning
at the old scale after a brief strike. The
men were In sympathy with the strikers
In the Jelllco district.
How Many of Thorn Havo Qulotly,
Obtalnod Advioo That Mado'
My sister, if you And that in splto of
followlnff faithfully your family doc
tor's advice, you are not getting well,
why do you not try another course ?
Many and many a woman has quietly
written to Mrs. I'inkham, of Lynn,
Mass., stating her symptoms plnlnly
and clenrly, and taken her advice, which
was promptly received. Tho follow
ing letter Is a
our claims it
" I had been
sick for six
told mo I
to go to a
would get well. I hnd femalo troubles
In their worst form, suffered untold
ngouics every month ; my womb tippcil
bnck to my backbone, had headache,
hysteria, fainting bpclls, Itching, leu
corrhoca. " My feet and hands were cold nil
the time, my limbs were so weak that
I could hardly wulk around tho house;
was troubled with numb spells. I
have taken tour bottles of Lydia E.
l'lnkham's Vegctablo Compound, ono
bottle of her Mood Purifier, ono pack
nge of her Sanative Wash, and nm
entirely cured. I have not had ono
of those numb spells since. Can you
wonder that I sing tho praises of a
medicine that has cured me of all theso
ills ?" Mus. Louisa Place, 050 llel
mont St., Brockton, Mass.
AMATEUR BALL NOTES.
The Newsboys challenge the Rosettes
to a game of ball on Thursday, July
1 nt 4 p. m., on the Electric field
ground. Answer through The Tribune.
Charles RIseman, manager.
The Nonpareils of Prleeburg accept
tho challenge of the Hickories of Jer
myn to play on tho Prleeburg grounds
July 4, at 2 o'clock. If satisfactory
answer in The Tribune.
The Nonpareils of Prleeburg chall
enge the Sunsets of Archbald or the
Harmonies for July 5, on the Prleeburg
grounds at 2 o'clock. First answer,
first served. T. Hall, manager.
The Green Ridge base ball club would
like to hear from the Taylor Reds for a
game of ball on July 2, on the Senat
ors' ground. J. Miller, manager; J.
The Olyphant Stars challenge any
club In the county under 18 years of
age. J. Kllcullen, captain; Lewis 55a
The business men's base ball club of
Olyphant accept tho challenge of the
Avoca business men to a game on
Olyphnnt grounds Thursday. Tho
business men of Olyphant will line up
as follows: Catcher, William Sheridan;
pitcher, P. Walsh; shortstop, AVllllam,
Pattm; ' ilrst base, John Langan; sec
ond base, John Lally; third base, John
O'Mulley; Frank AVheeler, T. McIIale,
Frank Ferguson, fielders.
Tho Athletics of Olyphant challenge
the Ilurekas of Providence, to a game
at Olyphant Sunday, July 4. Answer
as soon as possible. J. Hosklngs,
The Olypnant Browns accept tho
challenge of the Mlnooka club to a
game at Olyphant, Monday, July 5, at
3.30 p. m. The Browns will play the
Prleeburg team July 5, at 10.30 a. in.
William Gillespie, manager.
The Little England Stars would llko
to play the Modocs, of the South Side,
on the Stars' giounds July 5, either
In the morning or afternoon. Answer
In Tribune. J. F. Foster, manager;
Edward Pttrdy, captain.
The Little England Stars challenge
the Trllbys to a game on the Stars'
grounds Saturday morning, July 3, at
9.30 o'clock. They also challenge tho
Pounders of Bellevue, for the same
date at 2.30 p. m. Answer In Friday's
Tribune. J. F. Foster, manager.
The Mayflowers of Bellevue defeated
the Crescents of Olyphant, by the
score of 18 to 14, on the Olyphant
grounds. Batteries for Mayflowers,
Neiland and Hody. Umpire, James.
The Hickories of Old Forge, challenge
the West Side Stars to a game on tho
Forgo grounds, July 5, at 2.30 p. m. An
swer In The Tribune. Frank Judge,
The Nonparlel Jrs., of Prleeburg,
challenge the Rosebuds of Olyphant,
for a game July 5, on the Prleeburg
grounds. Answer In The Tribune. Wm.
Simms, manager; Mike Kelly, captain.
The little England Stars won a game
and lost another on their grounds Mon
day afternoon. Scores:
Stars 12 12 10 4 2 013 1G 12
Columbus ...3 3510604 22 22 8
Batteries A. Cotter, and McLane,
Davis and Purdy; for the Columbus,
Costello and Slager, Cox and Miller.
Stars 2 0 0 4 0 1 C 13 15 2
Columbus 1000200 3 7 4
Batteries McLane and Purdy: for
the Columbus, V. McLane, Todd and
Wolfe. Umpire NIer and Hand.
The Taylor Rosebuds challenge the
Sailors of the South Side or the Mooslc
Reds for a gamo on the Taylor grounds
for Monday morning, July 5, at 9
o'clock sharp. Please answer in Thurs
day's Tribune If you possibly can. Evan
The LUUes of Olyphant challenge tho
Young Americans of Olyphant, to a
game of ball on Archbald gounds
Saturday afternoon. Answer as soon
as possible. P. F. Munley,. manager.
The Apollos would like to know
whether the Harmonies will accept
their challenge. Answer In any of the
daily papers (evening). J. Allen cap
tain. BALL PLAYER WITH WHISKERS.
lie's with the Austrnlinii Team, but
His Playing Is O. K.
Thero Is one ball player whoso visage
Is garnished by a set of wind buffers.
He covers second base for the Musgrovo
team of Antipodean, and though his face
wears wind lattices, there aro no whis
kers on his ball playing. He Is tho like
liest and snappiest athleto on tho team,
and has a better knowledge of tho gamo
than any of his compatriots on the An
tlpodeani. Theso ball players from the under end
of tho globe mado their debut In Chicago
a few days ago, and proved themselves
faster and cleverer than was anticipated.
They are about on a par with it well
coached college team, though, of course,
what they have to learn In tho way of team
work would 1111 the Congressional library,
They Select n Ticket nt tho Potter
Couderspott, June 29. The Ttepub.
Ilcan county convention met hero to-
Connolly & Wallace
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. No. 1,18 Wyoming avenue, next to Dime
Hunk; will be entirely remodeled, furnished
with elevator and mude suitable for apart
ment store. Inquire of J. N. RICE, Mears
REDUCTION IN PRICE OF GAS,
rpiIESCRANTONOASAND WATER CO.
X and tho Hyde Park Gas Co.
In accordance with tho policy of these com
panies to reduce rates from tlmo to time, as
may bo warranted by Increased consump
tion, notice Is hereby given that on and after
July 1st next, the prleo of gas will be One
Dollar and Twenty Cents per ono thousand
cubic feet consumed, subject to the following
discounts; Five per cent, on all bills, where
the consumption for tho month amounts to
less than twcnty-tlvo dollars; ten per cent,
ou nil bills where tho consumption for the
month amounts to twenty-ne dollars and
upwards. Provided the bill Is paid on or be
fore the 20th day of the month In which tho
bill is presented.
Ily Order of tho Hoard.
O. 11. HAND, Secretary.
Scranton, Pa., Juno 21st., 1807.
MONEY TO LOAN.
S 28,000 TO INVEST AT ONCE ON FIRST
mortgages, city real estate. Will loan In
sums of XI, 000 nnd upwards. THOH, F.
WELLS, Attorney, Commonwealth llulldlng.
Advs. UnderThlf Head One Cent a Word.
RS. FENTON, CLAIRVOYANT AND
prenolologlst, .112 North Muln avenue.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent Word.
WANTED-TWO REFINED GENTLE
men boarders. Central location. Sur
roundings first-class. Meals prompt; but
must find their own nmusemonts. To suph,
a good home can ba found by addressing X.,
day and romlnated Thomas A. Morris
on for assistant law Judire; S. K. Stev
enB for associate Judge; T. M. Slnsa
bnugh, Jury commissioner; W. P..
Hrlghtmnn nnd D. T. Ilnubcr, state
Tho anti-Quay people wero success
ful in nominating their entire ticket.
In the fight for district delegates ex
Congressman Leonard, tho Quay lead
er, lost lilfi own word,
4 rOR SALI:- AGENTS WANTED.
4(b 4b Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word. Advs. Under Tills Head One Cent a Word.
T70K NALE-HERTLINO HOKUM FLUTE;
X' best grade; good condition; cost Sinn;
cheap for cash. Address, 1?. K. D., Tribune.;;
T70R SALE-ONE THREE-HOUSE FLAT,
I? also one three-story double bouse, in
cluding store room. E. D. UAFWELL, 1723
OH SALE-A FINE YOUNG SPAN OF
dark chestnut horses. For description
lnqulront Everett's Stable, DIx Court, Scran
OR SALE-FINE TRAP CHEAP, loll
l?OR HALE A SILVER-PLATED CONN
X double bell euphonium, nicely engraved,
with trombone bell, gold lined; nearly new
unci cost SUO; will sell at u bargain. Address
this week to L W. UAYLOIt, LaRaysvlllo,
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
has a Kpeclllc value: There aro not
mans good ones left In Scranton. A double
corner means DO feet on the avenue und 100
feet on the street. For a gentleman's place
with nmpie grounds, residence, stables, nnd
unobstructed views and light it Is Just the do
slderatum. For Investment In rows of build
ings or double houses It presents nil tbnt you
wunt. Call for circular, innp nnd informa
tion, JONES, 311 Spruce street.
T?INE CENTRAL LOTS ON ADAMS, JEF
V ferson, Madison and Monroe nvcnueH aro
rapidly going at lower prices than Scranton
cltlens will ever seo again. A few good ones
uro left nt 10 minutes' walk from postolllce.
These are valuable and superior lots, and are
n rare opportunity. JONES, 311 Spruce St.
LOTS FOR SALE ON NICHOLS HEIGHTS
and Lorraine. Address A.A. NICHOLS,
Agont, Clark's Summit, Pa.
OR SALE CHEAP-A FEW CHOICE
lots at Luke Winoliu Address D. M.
HESSLER. Patcrson, N. J.
"I70R SALE-DESIRAI1LE LOT, WITH
X1 house on rear, 018 N. Washington nve.
nuo; owner leaving city. 001 Qulncy nve.
of the city of Scranton, county of Lack
a wanna and state of Pennsylvania, deceased.
Letters testamentary In the abovo named
estate hnvlng been granted to tho under
signed, all persons liavlngclalmsordemnnds
against the said estate will present them for
payment, and those Indebted thereto will
please muke Immediate payment to
WILLIAM CONtfELL, Executor.
CHARLES H. WELLES,
Attorney for Executor.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE OF VAL
uable real estate. Instate of
John P. Mitchell, late of the township of
Salem, Wayne county, Pennsylvania, de
ceased. By virtue of an order of Orphans' Court
of Wayne county, thero will bo exposed
to public sa'.o at tho dwelling house, on
the premises near Holllstervllle. Wayne
county, Pennsylvania, on Wednesday,
July 7, 1697, at 10 o'clock a. m., tho follow
ing described teal estate: A certain
tract or piece of lnnd situated in the
townships of Salem, county of Wayne
and stato of Pennsylvania, and Jefferson,
Lackawanna county, Pennsylvania
bounded and described as follows, viz.:
Beginning at a Btoncs corner of tho
"Potter Survey" and corner of W. A.
Holllster's land; thence north B degrees
east 101 feet to corner of J. McFnrland's
land; thenco along tho same north 81 de
grees west 40G feet; thenco north 10V4 de
grees east 720 feet to corner In the road
leading from Drlnker3 to Holllstervllle;
thence along tho samo south 3714 degrees
east &01 feet to W. A. Holllster's land;
thenco north G degrees east 2,117 foet to a
birch corner; thenco along lands of C. M.
West estato north 71 degrees west 221
feet; thence north 5 degrees east 351 fcot;
thence north 45 degrees west 100 feet to
tho center of tho culm bank; thenco
along tho center of tho same south 07
degrees west 2,310 feet to land of It.
Berry; thence south 0 degrees west 259
feot to stones corner; thence along lands
of Edward Cross south 7CH degrees 1G3
feet; thenco along lands of John lid wards
north E degiees cast 60 feet; thtnee south
7fly degrees east 128 feet; thence south 5
degrees west 330 feet to aforesild road;
thence north 7914 degrees west 292.4 feet;
thenco along land of John Hlney south
C 4-10 degrees west CM feet to stone cor
ner; thence south 89 degrees west C4.G feet
to stones corner; thenco along lands of
Kdward Lowns south 4 1-0 degrees west
t92.fi to a stones corner; thenco along
lands of A. L. Compton and Butler
Mitchell south 4IH degrees east 1.049 feet;
thenco south 45 degrees west 2,310 feet to
a stones corner; thenco along lands of
Samuel McVny south 45 degrees east 2,204
feet to a stones corner; thenco north 45
degrees east 797 feet to a stones corner;
thenco along lands of M. Van Gorder
north 15 degrees east 1,777 feet; thenco
south 80 1-3 degrees east 4S9 feet; thenco
south 65 1-6 degrees enst 408 feet: thence
south 20 35-60 degrees west 297 feet; thenco
south 2 2-3 degrees west 451 feet to a cor
ner; thenco north 85 degrees east 1,179
feet to a stones corner; thenco along
lands of Albert Myres north 4',S degrees
east 335 feet to a corner; thence along
lands of the Stuart estato south SS'J de
grees west 33 feet; thenco 211! degrees
west 603 feet to a corner; thonce along
lands of M. J. Mitchell north 31H west
181 feet; thenco north S0H degrees west
261 feet; thenco north 79 1-3 degiees west
71 feet; thenco south 40 1-6 degrees west
130 feet; thence north 75 degrees west 127
feet; thenco north 42 35-CO degrees west C7
feet; thenco along lands of Dan McFar
land south 71U degrees west 2S3 feet;
thence north 22 1-0 degrees west 292 feet:
thence south 70 5-6 degrees west 33 6-10
feet; thenco north 171 degrees east 129.5
feet; thenco south 32A degrees east 55 6
feet; thenco south 86 degrees east 19?
feet; thenco north 177 feet along M, J.
Mitchell's land: thence north 12 2-3 de
grees east 103 feet; thenco north 31V4 de
grees east 143 foet; thenco north 17 6-6 de
grees west 115 feet; thenco north 40 de
grees east 119 feet; thence along lands of
W. A. HoUtstor north 85 degrees west 370
feet to tho place of beginning. Contain
ing two hundred and seventy-seven acres
and ninety perches of land, be tho samo
more or less. Upon 'said premises Is a,
largo frame dwelling house, saw mill,
bams and other outbuildings; the land Is
mostly Improved and In a good state of
cultivation. Term of sale, cash.
II. A. HTKVENB,
V. P. M'F-AfRLAND,
3L Tl. SIMONS, Attorney.
Honesdale, Juno II, 1897.
MADE FROIfi ATLANTIC COTTON
TX7-ANTED-RELIA11LE LADY OU GEN
V tleman who can de oto all or port time
to light order work on salary. Also ot hem to
travel; 840 per month and expenses guaran
teed. Address, A. A. P., care Tribune olllco.
Rochester, N. Y.
WANTED-GENERAL AGENTS IN EV.
ery county; nlso lady canvassers; some,
thing now; sure seller; opply quick. J. (1
I1IL11ERT, 141 Adams uvenuo, bcraaton,Pa.
AGENTS WHAT A11EYOU GOING TO
do about Safe Citizenship price pi. Go
ing by thousands. Address NICHOLS.
AGENTS-TO SELL OUR PRACTICAIj
gold, silver, nlckct and oopper electro
plasters; prices from $;i upward: salury and
expenses paid; outfit free. Address, with,
stump, MICHIGAN MFO CO., Chicago.
AGENTS-TO SELL 0IGAR8 TO DEAL
ers; $'J5 weekly nnd expenses: experi
ence unnecessary. CONSOLIDATED MFG
CO., -18 Van Huron St., Chicago.
CHAS. COOPER, CITY SCAVENGER.
All orders promptly attended to, day or
night. All the latest appliances. Charges
reasonable. 710 Scranton street. House,
1128 Washburn street.
AIU1RIGG3 CLEANS PRIVY VAULTS
. nnd cess pools; no odor. Improved,
pumps used. A. BR1GGS, Proprietor.
Leave orders 1100 N. Maln;ave., or Elckes
drug store, corner Adams and Mulberry.
CHIROPODIST AND MANICURE.
CORNS, UUNIONS AND INGROWING
nails cured without the least pain or
drawing blood. Consultntlon nnd advlco
given tree, E. M. IIETZEL, Chiropodist,
;j:io Lacknwannn avenue. Ladles attended
nt their rusldeuuo If desired. Charges moder
ate. SITUATIONS WANTED.
SITUATION WANTED-DY A YOUNG
lady as housekeeper; with reference.
Address, caro MISS C. I1ROWN, Box 41, Old
Forge, Lackawanna County, Pa.
WANTED PERMANENT POSITION BY
a llrsVclass barber, of good habits; or
will work as a relief. Address, "Anxious to
work," G. 11. C, this office.
WANTED-A PERMANENT POSITION
to do nnythlng, by a young man who
speaks four languages nnd understands book
keeping. RICHARD, laiSProspectnvenue,
SITUATION WANTED-A COLLEGE
student; ofllce or wholesale house; refer
ence. Address, N. L., Geneial Delivery,
SUTUATION WANTED-BY A MIDDLE
) nged lady as housekeeper; can give best of
references. E. J., Tribune olllce.
SITUATION WANTED-HY YOUNG OIRI
ago 18, us nurse. Address M. II., Scran
SITUATION WANTED AS A CANDY
maker or a teamster, or willing to do
any kind of work. Address J. T., Tribune.
YOUNG MARRIED MAN WANTS Posi
tion us bookkeeper or any ofllco work;
has experience and best of references. Ad
dress F. W., Tribune ofllco.
WANTED-A POSITION AS SALESMAN
or mnnager, by a married man, 3u
years old, of good address, with 21 years'
Iiractlcal experience In general merchandise
mslncss; thoroughly understands every de
tail pertaining to same; can furnish A No. 1
references ns to character, ability, etc. Ad
dress EXPERIENCE, Oil N.Washington
SITUATION WANTED-UY A MIDDLE
aged man. sober and Industrious; will
ing to do nnythlng, but would prefer to take
care of horses; thoroughly understands tho
careofhorses, Address J. M., 001 Deacon
A YOUNG LADY DESIRES A POSITION
as bookkeeper, can furnish best of ief
erenco and has hnd oxperleuce. Salary no
object. Address It. A., Cure of Tribune.
POSITION WANTED AS BOOKKEEPER
or w llllng to do any kind of olhca work.
Address D, box fiU, Chinchilla.
A REFINED MIDDLE-AGED LADY DE
sires n position as houbekeeper, com
panion or nurse; willing to go in country or
abroad. Can furnish best New York City or
Scranton references. Address, MRS. E, C.
-X7-ANTEIJ-IIY A POLISH GIRL, WHO
VV nlso speaks German, a position for
general housework: good lroncr and washer.
Address FRANCISCA WACHOSKI, 1UO
D"llUGS-A POSITION WANTED 11Y
graduute of Philadelphia College of
Pharmacy; registered in Pennsylvania; best
city reference. Address llox 01, Pleasant
Mount, Wayne county, Pa.
YOUNG MAN20 YEARS OF AOE, DE
sires position us assistant In ofllco or
collector; has hud experience as traveling
snlesniuu. Address F., 1-137 Capouso ave
ANTED-A POSITION BY A YOUNG
man; would llko to work forn private
family as coachman; has had over two years'
experience withhorstsj cun furnish best of
references. Address R. W. J., Trlbuno olllce.
SITUATION WANTED-LITTLE GIRL
would like a place as errand girl. Ad
dress MAME DONNELLY, Scranton Post
ofllce. POSITION WANTED-EXPEHIENCED
stenographer desires position; wllllni;
to work; cun furnish reference. Address II.
C, Tribune ofllce.
SITUATION WANTED-BY YOUNG MAN
ugo 10, us ussistant bookkeeper or clerk;
three years' experience; best references. Ad
dress J, M.i euro Tribune.
A STEADY MAN. WILLINO TO MAKE
himself generally useful, wishes u posl
tlon, and In return would give his services us
cornetlst in church work on the Sabbath.
Address ME.ZO, Tribune ofllco.
SITUATION WANTKD-BY A YOUNO
murrled man, sober and bus good habits,
as driving or uny other honorable work. Ago
20 yours. Address ARLIE LITTS, Tribune