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TIIE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-S A.' rUHDA.Y MORNING. JULY 5$, 1897.
Ten Thousand Dollars Worth of Properly
Is Destroyed. '
ROBERT REQAfJ, PIRBMAN, IS KILLED
Fnst Freight nnd Conl Trnin on the
l'nnusylviiiiiii Collide in 1'hllndcl-Khln--IIoth
Kngincs Arc Completely
WrocUcd--Tho Freight Hnclncor
Disregarded (lie Keel Signal.
Philadelphia, July ?.. A fast freight
and a coal train on the Pennsylvania
railroad collided tills morning at Thir
tieth and Spring ClnriUn streets, and
one man, Itobcrt Regan, a llrotnan,
was Instantly killed. Roth engines
were completely wrecked, Involving a
loss of over $10,000.
The freight was the regular berry
train from Dclnwnro to Jersey City,
which makes pass'-ngcr schedule time
from this city to N'nv York. The dead
man lived .it 12 Front street. Jersey
City. The accident Is said to be due to
thp freight engineer's disregarding tho
PIRE IN A MINE.
The Ilcd Ash Vein of the Pettebone
Again on Tiro.
Wllkes-Rnrre, Jul;' 2. Fire broke out
In one of tho chambers of the Red Ash
vein of the Pettebone mine at an early
hour this morning. The fire started
from a blower and communiratcd to
some rubbish. The alarm was given
and all the hose at the colliery was tak
en Into the mine. After an hour or so
of hard work the fire was extinguished.
Men are working In all veins today and
tho breaker Is also running.
It Is fortunate for the 1). I... & W.
compjny and tho miners employed in
the Pettebone that the fire was so eas
ily extinguished. The Pettebone Is
probably the most gaseous mine of nny
In the valley and has already under
went two clisastrou.-i fires, which It
took months to extinguish.
MINER INSTANTLY KILLED.
John Cliininun, of Pittstoti, .Meets
Death Vndor n Fall of Itock.
Plttston, July 2. John Cluman, a
miner In the Phoenix mine of the No,w-
ton Coal company, was instantly killed
at 10.30 o'clock this morning by a fall
of rock. His back was broken.
lie was 45 years of age and Is sur
vived by a wife and several children.
WEDDED LIFE WEARIES HIM.
Says Ills Wife Won't .Mend Ills
Clothes and Seeks Divorce.
West Chester, July 2. Samuel E.
Hannum, one of the best-known far
mers In Southern Chester county, and
residing, in New Garden township, has
grown tired of connubial, unhapplness
and seeks divorce from "his wife, al
though sho has borne him eight ehll-
Only one more telliner
selling, and the stock of
mst. onlv to be remembered
by those who bewail the
m in audition to JUr. Lnnstiau s stock, the greater part
m we have added to the snecial sale the whole of our Men's
m filling1 up sizes in the cheaper lots, of which the assortment was somewhat broken.
" ft we drew from our higher
Old suits, when only
iiit a quarter off, some a third,
mi The coming week we
m terestiug, ot which the following will tell you what to expect:
Men's imported Uheviot
oamLer s oaic trite y1"""
Men's Fine Cheviot and Worsted Suits,
Sold by Mr. Christian at $15.00. m n nn
Samter's Sale Price ,1U.UU
Blue Serge Suits, English imported weave, fast color,
Mr. Christian's price, $14.00. Mnnn
Men's All Wcol Cheviot
Plaids, Checks and
All Wool Elack Rough Finish Cheviot Suit
Imported Clay Worsted Sack and Frock Suits,
Messrs. A. Benjamin & Co. Famous Russia Crash Suits
Snlrl Vir AT. ni,m'Pfln CC gift CA Cft n,l
Famous makes of Bicycle
The "King" make Trousersfashionable effects, equal to
A. Benjamin & Co. make
Fancy Silk Vests, Benjamin's make,
Mr. Christian's Price $4 and $5,
Samter's Sale Price 2 ailU $3.50
Genuine "Knox" and "Hopkins" Fiuest Straw Hats at Exactly One-Half.
The response to QUI' announcement nf n sn1r Irisr Sntnrrlnir wns nvrM-urlinlmitirr
1 Never was there such a
m crs come so thick and fast
jjjj our business experience
j.(; from the buyers' and the
wv, luonaay ana ail tlirougli tlie week the crowds came each succeeding day greater
(i, than die last. We will trv and merit vour confidence in the future nq in rlw nnd
by never straying
aying from the
dren. In seeking a legal neinmtIon
from his better half llannum alleges
unpleasant relations with her, setting
forth In his allldavlt that shu neglects
to mend his clothing, Interferes with
the workmen about tho farm and
makes things unbearable to him gener
ally. The couple still reside under the
f.amo roof and nro likely to continue
doing so until judicial proceedings ren
der a sundering of tho marriage vows.
STATE TEACHERS ADJOURN.
Final Sessions Held in Cascade Park.
Ideas Expressed in Itcsoliitlons.
New Castle, Pa., July 2. The State
Teachers' association concluded the
meeting heru yesterday by a visit to
Cascade park, where tho closing ses
sion was held in tho large pavilion.
Resolutions were passed thanking
Governor D. II, listings for having
again appointed Dr. N. C. Shaeffer sup
erintendent of public Instruction, and
regretting that the legislature had
failed to pass tho seven months' school
'bill. School directors were urged to
make a tax levy equal to tho state
appropriation In their respective dis
tricts, and to encourage township high
schools. Closing remarks wero made
by Dr. Crawford, of Allegheny college;
Dr. I. A. Thayer, of this city, and
Deputy Stnto Superintendent Henry
Tot's I'ntnl Climb on n Wheel.
IJcllefonte, July 2. On the farm of
John Sclbcrt, five miles from here.whlle
the men wero engaged elsewhere this
evening. Charles Dale, the 5-year-old
son of Samuel Dale, of Warriors' Mark,
Huntingdon county, climbed on tho
wheel of a largo hay wagon.
The team started, the boy was
thrown to the ground, run over and
Girl Kills u Rattlesnake.
Sharon, July 2. Clara Dlndlnger nged
15 years, of French Creek township,
this county, wns attacked by a rattle
snake while watering Mowers In her
father's yard yesterday. She thought
It was a. pleco of common oil cloth, but
when she caught hold of it saw her
mistake. She killed It. The snake was
three feet long and had nine rattles.
Preparing to Celebrate n .Massacre.
West Chester, July 2. Tho one hun
dredth and twentieth anniversary of
the massacre of Continental soldiers nt
Paoll under General "Mad" Anthony
Wayne occurs In September next, and
already preparations are being made
to celebrate tho event In a proper man
ner. NEWS OF OUR INDUSTRIES.
Says the Railway Ago: Coupled with
a further sharp advance In the price of
Lehigh Valley stock came a revival
of rumors of nn early change In the
management of the company. This time
the gossips have It that President Win
ter, who recently sent In his resigna
tion to the Northern Pacific directory,
will be President Wilbur's successor.
Wo would pay no attention to this re
of the story one more invitation a day or two more
F. P. Christian now on sale
bv those fortunate nersons
fact that they were not prepared
grade suits to keep the lines well
one or two of a kind remain, the
some half. Choose anywhere,
have laid out a programme of
Samter's Price Sale .piu.uu
Mixtures, former prices, $10
Samter's Sale Price p o.o
Christian's Price $8.50. ftn
Samter's Sale Price p S.UU
ijnnstian's rnce $io ana 910.
Samter's Sale Price $1U.UU ;
Samter's Sale Price Respectively $3, $4, $7 ;
and Golf Suits, ;
rormeny soici at y, ao ano $y.
Samter's Sale Price $ Z.MJ ;
Double-Brcasted Wash Vests,
Mr. Christian's Price $4.00.
Samter's Sale Price p .i)U ;j
. . .....-. -.
prompt return to our advertisingnever before did the buy
or appear so satisfied with
'of thirty years have we seen such a successful sale, both
sellers' point of view. Not only Saturday, but again on
path of true value crivinef.
port were it not for the fact that wo
happen to know that J. P. Morgan has
not, up to this time, offered the Le
high Valley Presidency to Mr. Winter
or any one else. Also that Mr, Wllbut
can continue In ofllcc should he desire
to do so, It IS probable, however, that
Mr. Wilbur will retire shortly. Just
when cannot now bo stated. It will not
be, however, until tho matters In hand,
Including the financial deal with tho
Drexel-Morgan syndicate shall have
been fully adjusted, Mr. Wilbur can
then retire with credit to himself, for
the Lehigh Valley will then bo In bet
ter shnpc, financially and physically,
than it has been In recent years, and he
can turn over to his successor a bigger
and better property than when he as
sumed executive control.
Tho now breaker of the Dusky Dia
mond Conl company at Beaver Jlrook
was dedicated Thursday. The building
Is C2 feet in height and 120 feet In
length. The nproach to the breaker Is
on a slope 200 feet long and 40 feet
high. It is fitted throughout with tho
most modern machinery, nmong this
being a friction engine, so constructed
that tho breaker machinery can be op
erated and the cars hoisted nt one and
the same time, thereby Insuring an
abundance of coal of all sizes contin
ually. Tho veins that are being worked
and which underly this area are the
Wharton, Buck Mountain and Skid
more. They range in thickness from
8 to 19 feet, and contain a sufficient
quantity of coal to keep tho operators
busy for the next ten years to come.
Another cave-In occurred In the old
workings of tho Dodson mine nt Plym
outh Thursday afternoon, nffcctlng tho
surface on Halleck's Hill, near the resi
dence of Squire Honeywell. Tho sur
face sank so suddenly that a large
sized porker which happened to be
leisurely strolling nlong went down
with It and had n narrow escape from
being burled alive. The hole Is about
twenty feet deep and about eight feet
An order for steel rails for an Indian
railway has been received by the Mary.
land Steel company, which Is owned
by the Pennsylvania Steel company.
Tho works of the company nro at Bal
timore, and there, It Is understood, the
order will bo filled. The contract Is
for 7,500 tons. While this is by no means
a large order, yet It Is significant as
marking the Introduction of American
rails Into India.
July, If doing no other good until It
expires, hns arrived with welcome news
to a number of miners In tho Trcsckow
No. lfi slope because of tho fact that
gangway work In the Lykens and Ruck
Mountain veins Is to bo resumed Im
mediately. These openings have been
suspended for over a year and their
resumption at this time will give em
ployment to a number of men.
The Lehigh & Wllkes-Barre Coal
Company are having all their old cars
burned up for the purpose or securing
the Iron that is In them. This Is tho
most valuable part of the old car and
the owners will not allow It to be put
to waste. New cars are being con
Gerald McKernan, n Hazlcton miner,
his Invented an improvised jigger pan
of which much is expected.
The Hazard Mfg Co. of Wllkes-Barre
has declared a semi-annual dividend of
3 per cent.
here will be a thing of the ,
who secured bargains and
to partake of the feast.
ot which is now sola out,
Summer Suit stock. In
reduction is severe some
you can't go astray.
prices that will be very in- r
and $12. no
C 1 ft Aft
. w )
A ,. Ill
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their purchases. Never in
LAST RACE DAY
AT DRIVING PARK
Concluded from page 2.
a skip and won tho race without being
urged. Hilly II. and Hellmnn wero even
chnnccs for second until Hcllman broke
near the wire nnd finished third, Hilly
H. two lengths behind Annie J, Time,
.37V4, 1.11, 1.49, 2.2014.
2. 29 trot or pace, purso $200.
Annlu J, b. m 1 .1 1
John Lannlnt', Wllkis-Uarre.
Hilly H, b. g 2 2 2
Lchlsliton View Kurin.
Hcllman, b. g 3 3 5
l' W. Cook, Scranton.
Mark Anthony, b. g 4 4 4
W. H. Ah, Ulngliamton, X. V.
MyrtleS, b. m & G C
II. K. Wcstlake, Stranton.
Clay Cos?, b. g C 6 5
W. C. Ncrton, Aldonvllle.
Time, 2.25U, 2 234. 2.2C.4.
Tho running race, three-quarters of
a mile, brought Ked Hose, Young Trou
bador, Loan Oak nnd ltambert to tho
post. They started at the quarter post
and finished at tho wire. Ited Rose and
Troubador were the most, fancied.
They got off well In tho first heat and
when going past thr stand lied Hose
and Troubador were together, Loan
Oak a. bad third and Humbert out of
It. The order wnfe the Bame at the halt
Red Hose and Troubador were whip
ping Into the stretch, the former next
the rail. They camo nose nnd nose for
tho wire with both Jockeys whipping.
Troubador br.d tho advantage of a
head and might have won tho heat but
for his Jockey's attempt to mako a
grandstand finish, Red Hose winning
by a half head.
In the second heat, won by Young
Troubador, that horse and Loan Oak
got the best of the start with ltambert
and Red Rose1 off la3t In the order
named. Troubador's lead was a long
one and be had a gap ot IB lengths
between himself and Loan Oak on the
lower turn where Red Roan went sec
ond. Troubndor won hands down.
LOAN OAK'S ACCIDENT.
At the head of the homestretch Loan
Oak stumbled nnd broke a bono In his
right forward ankle. It was feared
that he would have to bf destroyed, but
ho hobbled off the track and was pre
sented to Michael Duffy by tho owner,
W. R. 'Edwards. Time: 25. .",".. 1 571'
l'roubador went to the- post a f iv-i u ,
ever ne-u ucise in tne tniru ana l i-nl-Ing
heat In which only those two com
pi'Ud. They took tho (la--; together but
In going around tho ilrst Hirn Rose
made the running and opened a gap of
a down lengths between herself and
the black. She made the half In .31.
Going ui. the backstitch It wna plain
that Troubador had shot his bolt liut
his Jockey needlessly used whip and
spur and the horse lell at the head of
the last turn. Neither horse or rider
Red Rose came to the wire pulled up
Three-quarter mile tunning race and re
peat, pur3e $100.
Red Rose, b. in 12 1
T. R Sullivan. Blnahamton.
Rambert, b. g 4 3
Frunk Holgate, Scranton.
Young Troubadour, blk. h 2 1
L. P. Harvey, Wllkes-Uarre.
Loan Oak, g. g 3dr.
W. R. Edwards, Ssranton.
Time, 1.21. 1.27U, 1.29.
During tho waits Rowdy Joe (2.08),
one of the fastest but most unreliable
performers that ever appeared on the
track, paced against Raven's 2.15 track,
match, pacing record. He wus driven
by H. F. Kldwell and wns paced by
a running mate, Little Frltnd. He
made two attempts, acted badly In
each and failed.
It was the fifth score on tho first
trial before Kldwell nodded for the
word when the horse was on a gait
far below his usual pace. The first
quarter was In 40, the next In 33, the
half In 1.17, the third quarter- 36V: and
1.53, the last qunrter in 33 and the
mile in the slow time of 2.27',2.
Later In the second trial he got off
well after two bad failures and reached
the quarter post In C3'-.. but broke on
the upper turn. Kldwell nodded for a
start when he reached the wire, but
Rowdy broke again on the first turn
and abandoned the attempt.
NEW TRACK BICYCLE RECORD.
Bicycle record breaking was more
successfully attempted. Keller nnd
Gregory, of the Green, Ridge Wheel
men, rode a Spalding tandem unpaced
and broke the truck half-mile record
of 1.00 ilnt. The latter was made at
tho Green Ridge meet last August by
John II. Corser, of Allentown, on a
specially prepared track paced by the
The Scranton pair yesterday warmed
for a mile and then nodded. Three
watches In tho Judges' stand timed
them 53?i seconds, or, iU seconds be
low the record. They made tho first
furlong in 13' seconds, and the quarter
AMATEUR BALL NOTES.
Information Tor Mr. (lillcspie.
Sir; In yesterday mornlnK'a Trib
une, William Gillespie, nmnnger of tho
Ho-cnlled Olyphnnt Urowns, modestly
stilted that tho Olyphant Urowna
would not piny at Farvlew ifext Mon
day. Vo would like to Impress upon
Mr. Gillespie's mind (If ho has a mind
of his own), that ho has nothlnK to
do with the game at Farvlew.
(Signed) Peter Walsh;,
The Nonpariels, of Prlceburg-, accept
the challenge of the Old Forge Dashers
to play ball on the Fourth of July on
the Dashers grounds. T. Hall, mann
ger. The Nonpariels, of Prlceburg chal
lenge the Apollos or the Crescents of
Pine Iirook to a game of ball on tho
Prlceburg crounds at 3 o'clock. First
answer first eerved. Answer In any of
The Little Stars will meet the Mn
docks at the end ot tho Petersburg car
line Monday morning, July 6. P. Fos
The Park Place Defenders challenge
No. SO school for July 71S97. Will meet
them at Athletic Park nt 2.30 sharp.
Khvard Collins, manager; Thomas
The Apollos cannot play the West
Side Athletics July 4, as they play tho
Minooka Populars on that day, but will
play them July 11. Answer nt anco. J.
Allen, captain; J. Rlcdcnlinch, mana
ger. The Rosettes, of tho South Side,
would like to play the Young Harmon
ies, of the Flats, Saturday nftcrnoon at
2.20 o'clock nn the Cowfleld grounds. J.
The Rosettes except the challongo
of the South Side Stara for Monday
afternoon at 2.30 o'clock, on tho Cow
fleld grounds, J, Ilnhn, manager.
The Taylor Rose Huds challenge tho
Anthracites, of the Wrst Side, to a
ur.mo on tho Taylor Grounds for Mon
day morning, July C, If you possibly
can, please let un know by telephone
this evcnlnrr, Evan Duvls, manager.
SIZE 2 1-2 KISS SQilARE. UK FROM ATLANTIC COTTON
Torn by the thread and hemmed one inch at bottom, two
inches at top. All ready to use at the same price you would
pay for the goods by the yard.
t RETURNS, TRY 'EM,
npHE following adver
a tisers will find mail
for them at the Tribune
business office: J. H. T.,
Arlie Letts, Longacre, H.
C, M. L., F. L. Q., Gor
don, Widow, X. Y. Z., K.
H. F., M. M..E.
IlliLP WANTED .MALES.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
JrANTKP ACSKNTS-STo PKIl MONTH
V and expenios paid uotlvo men If rlsht;
f;oodM Hold by sample only; Mimnles, also
iorie unit rnrrlnse fnrnlxlied I'llKK. Ad
dress JOIIllKU, box .".ilOS, Huston, .Mnss.
io try work; SI (III salary montuiy, with
liberal ndilltloiiul commissions. It. O.
KVANS & CO., Chicago.
WANTKD-AN II1EA. WHOCANTHIN1C
Y ofsoinuKliupIu tiling to patent? Pro
tect vour ideiis: they may brliu; you wealth.
Write .IOIIN WKIlbKHHPHN CO., Dent.
C. i:i, Patent Attorney!", Witshinstoii. 1). ('.,
lortbelrS18(l(i prize oiler umV list of a.DOO
TT7ANTKI-AS AGENT IN KVEItY SKC-
tlnn to viinvuxa; 8 1.00 to S.').(H) a day
made; sells at slKUt; also n liiuii to sell stnplo
tioods to dealers; bert side line S7. a month;
wilury or largo commission nmdc; experience
unnecessary. Cllllon Soap and Muunlactiu
ns Company, t'liR'liuuitl, O.
Ay ANTED - WKU.-KNOWN MAN IN
i every town to solicit stock subscrip
tions; n monopoly; big money for agents; no
capital required. EDW'AHD C. KlislI & CO.,
ilorilcn Illouk, Chicago, 111.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent n Word.
LADIES-I .MAKE DIG WAGES DOING
pleasant homo work, and will gladly send
full particulars to all sending '2 cent stamp.
MISS M. A. STEIIHINS, Lawrence, Mich.
Y7ANTKD--LADY AGENTS IN SCRAN-
ton to sull and Introduce Snyder's cake
Icing; experienced canvnsi.er preferred: work
permanent and very prolltable. Write for
particulars at once and get benellt of holiday
trade. T. 11. SNYDER A CO., Clnclnnutl, O.
U7 ANTED IMMEDIATELY-TWOENER-getlc
mlcswomcn to represent us.
Guaranteed S(l a day without Interfering
with other duties. Healthful occupation.
Wrlto for nut Menhirs, enclosing stamp,
MANGO CHEMICAL COMl'ANY, No. 7'J
John street, New York.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
X Lackawanna iiemie, below Washing,
ton avenue, W.T. 11ACKETT, Agent, JU.1
Washington n venue.
rpo lllTY-FOR 8.-.,()l)0, A DESIRAttLE
I single residence worm about $o,iiiii.
If you have such n property 1 Imvo such a
ciiMumer. W. T. IIACKETT. Real Estate
and Fire Insurance.
Tho choir of St. Luke's church ac
cept the challenge of Dr. Pierce's clnss
to a game of ball at Lake Ariel on
Jul S. Thomas Jackson, captain.
Editor of tho Scranton Tribune.
Tho game between the city hall and
court house clubs is postponed until
The I.llllcs of Archbnld accept tho
challenge of the Nonpareils of Dun
more, fur the former's grounds, July
10. P. F. Munley, manager.
Tho HIckJt-M of Jermyn. challenge
the EurckOH of Providence or Har
monics of Scranton to a game at Alum
ni park on Monday, July 12. First an
swered ivlll lie accepted. We also
challenge the I.ackawnnnas ot Scran
ton or the Populars of Mooblc to a
Ki-mo at Alumni park on Saturday,
July 17. P. J. McDonald, manager.
The Llllles of Archbald would like to
know If tho Walla Wuhs of Providence
will play them on Archbald grounds
July 12. They would alo like to play
tho Indians of Dutyea on Archbald
grounds any date they may name. P.
F. Munley, manager.
Tho South Side Stars challerce tho
Starlights of Petersburg to n game
July 5 on the Mcses Tuylor Hospital
grounds. Answer in Monday morn
ing's Tribune. J. Cooiv.
The West Side Athletics wUh to
know If the Mluouka Populars r.ro go
ing to play them on July -J on Minook.i
ground". Phage answer in tho Satur
day ocnlng papers and oblige Thomas
Tlii Minooka Topulars will not play
the Apollos ns tlioi" have a game ar
ranged with the Wert Sldo Athletics
July 4. T Davis, cnptaln.
St. Thomas' college team and tho
Central Cltya will play at Lake Ariel
The Keystones nccept the challenge
of the Olyphant Crescents and will play
them Monday morning on the Henry
grounds at 10 o'clock.
Ad v.i. Under ThU Mend One Cent a Word.
170U NAI,K-HiX LIXKH'oTMIUstNESsi
earli established mid paying. W. T.
HACK KIT, lU.-i WiiBhlusjton iivenuc.
irOlt HA1.K-ONK TURKIC-HOUSE TLAT,
I iiIho ono thrpn-Htory douhln bouse, In
cluding store room. E. 1). I'.Yl'WKLL, lT'JJ
1?01! HAI.K-A KINK YO'JXO SPAN OK
1 dark chestnut lioroef. Kor description
Inquire nt Kvcrett'n fctuble, Dlx Court, Scrim,
J. lVnn a
irxK 'ikai chi:ai
15 1 1
jMi .ik , mi ri;-ri..vrKi) n
X double bell uunlionluin, nicely t-nornveil.
with trombone bell, gold lined: nearly now
una cos; sun: win pen ni a imrKuin. uuruxi
thti week to E
W. OAVLUU, LaUaysville,
Advs. Under This Head One Cent n Word.
T.Olt HKNt -ll.H'HEH AND HOOMH, KUI!
J.' iilshed or unfurnished; stores, otllces
and banw; ul.so factory space, with or with
out power. W. T. H.U'KETT, Heal Estat'e
nml l'lra Insurance, l'.'. Wuslitngton ave.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
lias u specitlc value: There nro not
mans good ones let! In Kcriinton. A double
corner uiennM tin feet on tho uvcnito and lo
feet on the street. Tor u gentleman's place
w Itli nniuu grounds, residence, stables, and
unobstructed views and light It is Just the de
sldciiitum. For Investment in rows of build
ings or double houses It presents all that you
want. Call for circular, map nnd lniormu
tlon, JONEH, ail Spruce street.
1?INE CENTRAL LOTrt ON ADAMS, JEK
l1 ferson, Mndlson and Monroe avenues nro
rapidly going at.lower prices than Scranton
citizens will ever see again. A few good ones
nro left at 10 minutes' wnlk from postotllce.
Thesonre vnluubleiinil suiieilor lots, and are
n rare opportunity. JONES, :ill Spruce St.
K.' the modest little homo containing Fix
rooms and bath, range, furnace, etc., for
11,11111), to the most elaborate residence with
nil the modern accessories. W. T HACK
ETT. Reol Kstiitu and Flio lnsuradce, 125
Washington u venue.
T OIS, LINDEN STREET, SROO UP; Ml'L
Lj berry stieet, SH.UOO up; Green Rldgo
ami Dunniore, S-lim up. W. T. lACICETT,
Agent, rj.-j Washington iivenuo.
T OTS FOR SALE ON NICHOLS II EIGHTH
JJ nml Lorraine. Address A.A. NICHOUi,
Agent, Clark's Summit, Pa.
?OR SALE CHEAP-A FEW CHOICE
lots at Laku Wlnolu. Address 1). M.
IlKSSLER. Pntcrson, N. .1.
1,'OR SALE-DESIHAI1LE LOT, WITH
X' house on rear, (II H N. Washington as-e.
nue; owner leaving city. (101 (Julncy avo.
Advs. Und:r This Head One Cent a Word.
WANTED-TWO REFINED GENTLE-
men boarders. Central location. Sur
roundings llrst-class. Meals prompt; but
imit find their own amusements. To such,
a good homo can be found by addressing X.,
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
ylX DIFFERENT LINES OF BUSINESS;
o each established and paying, l'lcuso In
vrstlgatn If you mean business. W. T.
II AC1CETT, Agent, l'J.1 Wuslilngton.
A GOOD MARKET FOR MONEY. SEND
for our "Wall street Guide;" free.
MITCHELL A-CO., '20 llroadwny, N. Y.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
rnoTIIK ELECTORS OF THE HOROUail
L of Taylor, County of Lackawanna and
Stato of Pennsylvania:
Notice Is hereby given that an election will
to held ut the places for holding municipal
elections In the said borough of Taylor on
Saturday, the toth day of July, A. D. 18D7,
between tho hours of 7 a. in. and 7 p. ni., for
the purpose of obtaining the assent of the
electors of .uld Itorough to lncreuse the in
debtedness of said Borough to an amount not
exceeding 7 per centum upon tho lust as
sessed valuation of tho taxable property
The amount of tho last assessed vuluntlon
of the Mild borough of Taylor Is $11)8,-180.
There Is no existing debt in said liorougb
Tho amount ofltho proposed increase la
twenty thousand iS'jo.oooi dollars. The
percentage of the proposed liicreuso Is
'1 ho purpose lor which the Indebtedness of
said borough ofTaylor Is to bo Increased Is
to imiuiimriui't! electricity lor comiuerciui
purH)ses for thesuppl) nml uso of tho Inhab
itants ot said borough by means of nro and
Incandescent electric lights or any other
form or fctylo of electricity which may bo
deemed most expedient and desirable for
those who nuiv desire to uio the same In
their dwelling houses, store rooms und other
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Tho ordinance authorizing said Increase of
Indebtedness of said borough was adopted by
the corporate authorities of siid borough of
llll IOI on llic uolll iiuy in .u:i.i,k. j. inu
.1. E, WATKINH, burgess,
11. E. HARRIS, Pies, of Council.
Attest: G, J. POWELL. Clerk of Council.
REDUCTION IN PRICE OF UAS,
rrMTEscRNTON7us AND WATER CO.
J and tho Hyde Park Gas Co.
In accordance with tho policy of theso com
panies to reduce rules from time to time, ns
iiiny bo uurruuto'l by Increu'ed consump
tion, notice is hereby given that on and utter
July 1st next, lliu price of gas will bo One
Dollar and Twenty Cents per one thousand
ctlblo feet consumed, subject lo the following
discounts; Five jur cont, on all bills, vUeva
tho consumption for tho month ainonnls to
less than twenty-live dollars; ten per cent,
on all bills wheio tho consumption for the
month iiiiiniiiits to twcnty-tlvo dollars und
upwards. J'rinldi'd the bill Is puld on or be
fore tho UlHh dny of th9 month In which the
bill Is presented,
uy unier oi uie noaru
G. it. HAND. Secretary.
, Pa., Juno2lBt 1807.
Advs. Under Till I Head On) Cent a WorJ.
MRS. FENTON, CLAIRVOYANT AND
orcnolologlnt, ll'j .North Main uvcuuo.
ksAJLJJlJ JL Lf 0
Advs. Under 1 his Head One Cent a Word.
miNTHmJWlTTuEE; excluslvo terrU
tory; no capital needed: n new agent
mnlte.s S20.tr. per day; city or country;
proof free. ALPINE SAFE CO., Cincin
riENEHAI, AGENT ON IiAUOECOMMIS
VT slon for new patent, cleaning polishing
cloth. HTEIN, HOSENSTEIN, V. O. Uox
I'JSit, N. Y. City.
AGENTS-OUTFIT FUEE; NO CAIUTAIj
needed; ono ngont one day sold llfky
blrycles; weekly mles pay big profits; we
milks u hlgu grnd? bicycle as low us Si'i.no.
WrllH niilcli, oNollent territory.' Abl'lNK
( Y( I.K to., Cincinnati, Ohio.
IK DON'T WANT ltOYH OK I.OAFEHS,
but men of ability; $300 to Sntio n
month to hustlers; state and general ugents;
salary and commission. HACINE KlltE
ENOINECO., Hiiclnc, Wis.
WANTED-BOIjIClTOHS; NO DELIVE1
ing, no collecting; position pcriminen
ray weekly; state ugc ULEN HHOTHEIt
llochestcr, N. Y.
lirANTED-OENKItAI. AGENTS IN EV-
cry county; also lady canvassers; iimio
thing new; sure seller; apply quick. J. C.
HIIJJEKT, 1.11 Adams avenue, Scranton, Pa.
AGENTS WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO
do about Safe Cltlzenshlpprlco $1. Go
ing by thousands. Address NICHOLS,
G ENT.-TO SELL OUIt PRACTICAL
gold, silver, nickel nnd copper electro
plustcrs; prices from $H upward; salary nnd
expenses rniu; ouiiii iree. .vnciress, wiiu
J1IIGAX JIFG CO., Chlcogo.
AGENTS-TO SELL CIOAIIH TO DEAL
crs; $2ft weekly and expenses: experi
ence unnecessary. CONSOLIDATED MFG
CO., tK Vnu Huron St., Chicago.
FIREWORKS FOR SALE.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
I7IREWORKS-22f) l'ENN AVE. NOTE
X1 closing out prices on largo cannon
crackers: No. '2 for 8c, 20 In pack; No. n for
Utc, 21) In pack; No. . I for 22c, 20 in pack;
No. A for .toe, 20 In pack; No. tl for 25e; ()
largo crackers In pack; No. 7 for 2fic, A largo
In pack; No. 8 for 10c, 5 big ones in pack.
Small crackers, 2 for i and Jo per pack,
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
tween Crovell's bakery and Linden St..
nnd between Linden St, and Clay avenue,
Si 8. r inner win no uocrauy rewnrucu uy
returning to J. E. II., Tribune olllce.
vs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
O ins; no deliveries; no collections; sam
ples free; sldo line or exclusive. MFRS.,
ill) 11 Market Street, l'hllo.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN ON CITY PROPERTY;
llrst mortgage. W. T. HACKETT,
Agont, 125 Wuslilngton avenue.
MONEY TO LOAN Sr.OO, $1,000, 82,000,
$2,500 and other amounts. DAVID
W. IIROWN, Attorney, Mears Ilulldlng.
Q28,000 TO INVEST AT ONCE ON FIRST
,' mortgages, city real estate, win loan in
sums of Sl.ooo and upwards. THOS. V.
wkli.s, Attorney, uommonwcaitu isiiuaing.
CIIAS. COOPER, CITY SCAVENGER.
All orders promptly attended to, day or
night. All the Intent appliances. Charge
reasonable. 710 Scrumon Btreet. House,
1125 Washburn street.
AB.I1R1GGS CLEANS PRIVY VAULTS
. nnd cess pools; no odor. Improved
pumps used. A. 1JRIGGS, I'roprfetor.
Leave orders 1100 N. Malnjnve,, or Etckes'
drug store, corner Adams und Mulberry.
CHIROPODIST AND MANICURE.
nails cured without the least pain or
drawing blood. Consultation and advice
given free. E. M. HET.EL, Chiropodist.
IIIIC) Lackawanna avenue. Ladles uttended
at their residence if desired. Charges moder
ate. SITUATIONS WANTED.
w'nshlng the llrst part of the week; wash
ings taken home ulso. Call or address L. I!.,
UU l North Sumner nvonue.
SITUATION WANTED-I1Y A WOMAN;
O ijood cook and laundress; can glvo refer
ence. Address, E. M. D., I'. O. Uox 40.
SITUATION WANTED-AS COOK AND
O laundress or general housework, fun
glvo good reference. Cnn sleep home. Ad
driK, 52(1 Lackawanna avenue. MRS. EL
Q1TUATION WANTED-HY A YOUNG
i lady as housekeeper; with reference.
Address, cure MISS U. DROWN, llox U, Old
Forge, Lackawanna County, l'u.
WANTED-I'ERMANENT POSITION 1IY
u llrst-class barber, of good habits; or
will work as u relief. Addres,., ''Anxious lo
work," G. It. C, this olllce.
WANTKll-A PERMANENT POSITION
to do anything, by a young man who
speaks four languages nnd understands book.
keeping. RICHALD, lillS Piospectavenue.
CrrUATlON WANTEI COLLEGE
O student; olllce or wholesale liouso; refer,
eiice. Address, N. L., General Delivery,
SITUATION WANTED-IIY A MIDDLE
O nged ladv us linusekoppcr: can glvo best of
references. E. J., Tribune olllce.
O age 1H, us nurse. Address M. II., Scran,
Q ITUATION WANTED -As" X CANDY
O maker or u triimtor, or willing to do
nny hind of work. Address J, T., Tribune.
VOUNGMAURilll) M,NWANTS TOSI.
.1 Hon us bookkeeper or any olllco work;
has expciieucound best of references. Ad
dress F, ' 'liibuno oillce
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