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THE SCTiAtfTON IBTJNE -SATU WDAY MORNING-, APRIL 21, 1804
FIRST GAME OE SEASON
Scrautoa Club Easily Defeats Tommy Bister
A REPRESENTATIVE AUDIENCE
Many Representative Scrnntcnians
Participate in tlio Opening; of the
New Ball Park Some of Those
Who Wore Present-Wind ami
Grounds Were Untavorablo for
Good tJall Playing - Score ot Gam.
Mr. Swift's trained athletes opened
'the baseball season of '04 at tbt new
l ull park on Providenoe road yesterday
afternoon i.v defeating the diamond
warriors, led tommy Etatarbrook,
ol New V. : who called tbemsslves
Mm Murray Hills.
They were ontolSSSed tiy t!i Scrw-
,nolub, but bravely struggled during
Dine innings against an adverse fate
Biui rabidly rising si-ore.
Before going to the j:irk the two
slnbs in esrriaeea paraded the prineipal
streets of the .-uy headed by tha Law
ronaeband At the park that muiioal
ofganiaatlon discoursed a number of
lively, tune dnring tue game.
At 4 o'clock tture ware about 1,000
persona in tho park ana ax many more
spectators on th Diamond oulmdamp
and the roof of tin houses about the
pek. Even tii telegraph polls had
their iuoto of interested onlooker
A RlTITsrNTATtVn U.VTUKUIM),
In the an !inc were many reprao
entatlre eltiasns of the city" among
vh'iiu f.iliowivi,' tver.i noted: Clerk
of the Courts John EL Thomas, a. EL
citrUty, E P. Kingsbury, Ir. P. F,
Ganster, Dr. J. F. Baltry, Vr. Glover,
Olyphnnt; Frank Robling, jr., P. W.
Costelio, P. W. Gallagher, Georare
Dgblgg, Denis Roche, Hurry Hope
weM, John P, Mahon, P, J. Nealls, At
torney U Comegys, Attorney li. I.
Reynolds, Owen Cusiek, D)l loot,
Common Councitmen Robert Robinson
and K. K. Robathan, (Sty Engineer
Joseph Phillips, ThouiHs Griffin,
Thomas Flitcroft, Charles IL Behank,
"ai:r L, Dickson, Attorney W. P.
t'.i'p.vK Willlata Crais, L L. Will
lams, A El VVlnton. Robert Rwes,
mL F. l!ii.-;!-!s. A f, Francois, John
y. Barnes. Vr I.tiTeinberi-er William
Kpbb, George Yost, Attorney D. .
On nelly and D. J. Oaribell.
When Baaterbrook's men were called
together it was found that ther-i were
only eisht, Herman Pits, of las; year's
Bcranton club, havitig failed to come
from New York. To fill up the team
an amateur named Unllarkcy who re
sides at Piue Brook, was pressed into
eeejeice and sent into rik-h't field, lie
bad no opportunity to distinguish him
L' in a Q riding way, but showed that
he has a ood batting eye.
Vhn the Scranton eln: went on the
fii Id, Hodeon, the pitcher w.ho arriTed
Thursday night, was wih them anil
a seat on the players' beneli. In
the eihtii innm be too': Doran's
place in right fild. The cinbV mas
cot, Charley St John, son of ex-President
YV. A. Sr. John, nisoEWd down a
seat on the players' bench. Hewn
:-nid the a.ime as the clnb.
The cround wan a little too wet for
pood Call playing and a slit: ren:
nude the judging of flv balls well bjgb
At 4 00 Umpire Lirry Kerrjek pnt
the hull in play imd Ho-j.m stepped to
tu- plato as tho hrst battHr for the
heme team. The third ball thrown bv
Pitcher Anderson wa to his liking an i
he lifted it over left field fence, making
the first hit on the new grounds a home
ran, Patchen was caught napping on
a base and Wetzel and Westlulse were
retired on flies to the fid 1.
Heckman, Bills and Kisterbrook of
the visitors were retired on infield hits.
When Tommy Etterbroo!c stepped to
the plate he was greeted with hearty
Bcranton went nnt in onp, two. three
order n the seventh, through the bril
liant playing of Third Baseman Beck
man, 'ili-visitors were no rtore itio
c iful in their half of the lavjiog. d
the third the noma teatn was again r
tired without scoring and the visitpr
met similar fate.
omm thb nBsrwoRKs,
Weatlase opened the fonrth inning
for Scrsnton with a three base hit to
deep left. Reeae followed wiM) a hit
for two bae, Westlske scoring;. Nel
son went to baas on balls and D iri n on
nbnnt, which filled the bases. J' i -agl.an
made a low hit that pas i - uc
into li d.l on Ganger's error and Reese,
Doran and Nolan scored, Vlanagban
reaching seeotrd. Hogan was given a
base on balls, mnil a daring si ll to
second and scored with Flansghan on
Patehen's bsse bit. lfaasev flew out,
I'atchen was rnnht stealing aocond'
and Wetzfl iliw ont to Eastarbrdok.
The 1 liter's men did not anoro in their
half of the fourth.
Center fielder Fnehs took Atrdar
jnn's we In the hox for the llnrray
Hills a ((- beginning of th. fiftii.
Weatlake went out on a hit to th li ll !
and fteese follow d with a sing i and
gained first; Nolan and Doran Were
given bases on bnlls and Flaaagban
wnt to the bat again with tho bass
flllsd. Ha disappointed his admirers
by striking ont. Heckman made a sen
eational catch of Ifogau's foul and
fcranton's hones of scoring vanished.
visitor's nsM Rt;.v,
A cipher auain rewarded the efforta
of the Murray Hill, in their half of the
fifth, and the same result followed tiie
work of the Bcvgntoni in tha opening
r.f Ihn sftth, in the last of tno ijitn
the Visitors scorfd their first rim pa
lilts by Anderson and BaoXfflau, this
former Scoring tne run.
f-cranton made throe runs in tbe
venth on hits by Rssse, Doran, Ifogan
mid ilassey, in the Murray ilili's half
of the seventh Mullarkv led Off with n
hit and scored on Doran's error and
VPBKEU8 TOO SMALt
ti", ,in AAV eoufl ulir li MM
itC"CyX "t "f "r- ''ieree's
C'U'jJ Pleasant Pellets, But last
I IL 9 tn li when you're Wllous
V (v "r oonstlpated, or liavo a
Sonr stianach, or a tit of
indigestion ruul you'll own
ni. that they're the best
things in tlm world.
Hint's lierauae tbcycnro
i pi-rnmnrnt ';, and: do it,
ipttatantfy. They're tiny,
I snnr - voutcd, and easy to
i -. i ie o s 1 . Ui inrit-
line', to the I'-Klem. diet.
b'atisfaction wutivittierl. or
, , . Unutlim. Minn.
pr.H. y. Pitnon: Dear H(rl could i :i
of n nombarof tt tesWneaeOa, PieroMi i-'nmiiy
Ucdlofni'S have elired. A friend of mine, Mr.
WllllanM, wiisiitxait used up with liver Irnuh-
: now lioiaijT, UiatPlcassnt Pellets" have
folpod bun Cipro than any or all the medk lne,
uat m has evoi i-u!.' i.
Spring Cleaning Sawing, Sweeping, Planning
and Harried Meals Exhaust Body
0 h J
April, windows and doors may now
be opened. A uoto of preparation is
ipparent in every household.
Spring menus to tiie average woman
extraordinary exertion. Garments
must be made or r for the new season ;
the long winter's scconut with dirt
and ilust mint be aettled even at the
expense of diminished vitality and
With suoh strain on bedy and mind
thousands of women are suro to over
tax their strength. Hosts of too aux
tOus wives and mothers sacrifice health
and fnture upefollness to thU fearful
moloch of fcrriiii,' cl.-aning.
April is by far the liard.it month
for women of the house, Tho long
siege of winter leaves them little
strength fof such excessive labor, and
when the severe strain ia over many
iind that they have been living on thir
ni rv s and ure on tbe road to nervous
prostration and weakness ol iotas vital
After great strain on tho system,
Piine's cel"ry compound, the great
modern nerve and mood remedy, best
restores vigor and strength to the bo !y.
Men and women run dowD, weak, and
nervons fe.d v ry toon an increased
power for work aud enjoyment
All have the trns instinst that life
recuvery fr in illness aud the ruaineu
snce of health come from perfect nntri
tion. Paine's celery componnd reaches
the very oiiin of nervons weakness as
Weil as diseases Of the liver, kidneys
and stomach. It brings to th million
of nerve sells all over the body the ex
tra food they ned to become nealthy
'1 his is, in a nutshell, why Paine's
csl.ry compound is the remarkable
' i r's hit. Devananx came over the
l'. ite on And- rson'.i aacrilica.
No rims ware made by either side in
tli eighth, and the same was true id
tbe ninth. The det.ul ecore is as fol
ii. ii. i . ..
I ) in
I t! -J I V'Trkv, rf.l
a i 8 fflD'vr'ax, aa.1 - 1
n ii A re,,.:, , -f i ) n
o -j i Fnclw,i I p i n i
Total.. ..in U
hit by batted lull.
I ii n i; n ii a
') II 0 U fi 1
.nlon :;. Two I n I
in- l.'ie hiw Wi
Devereanx. i His Geeior. utrm l,
Htranlon 4 Murrey lio H, ita
Anderson Parhs B. Witd Pitbm
mn. Anoer-nn, Fncba. Pneaeil b II ,
Tim, ci gam 3:1(1. Umpire ECetrick.
BASH BAIL GAM US
Result of YaaUrdnv's Conteata on lh-i
Baltimore !t 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 l rj
New York... A o i) (i i 1 0 0 00
Hits linitiiiioro, lSiWew York, c. Er
ror Baltimore, 4) Hew fork, t. Bat-
leriet Mullane and BoMnSOn, (Jlarke and
Doyle, I'rnpirc Lyni li.
At Cincinnati -fJina1onaU.'...0
2 n l r, o i in
Chicago 4 ii l ii i o o ii- i;
Hits Cincinnati, ii; Chicago, o. Errors
Cincinnati. Chicago, r. Batteries -Parrettand
Murphy, witohlnson and Kit
t ridge. Umpire sJwsrtwood.
Providence.. ..11 0 f) 0 0 fl 1 'i 0 S
Boston 8 " .1 ii 3 :i i o 13
Hits- Providence, M; BoStOO, i. Brfon
Providence, ;i; Boston, 8. Batteries- -
Sullivan, .Miller, Uixoii and MoAaleyi
Nichols, tiOVatt, Stiiley Cyan and ilnrritt.
At. st. Louis Bt. Louis Pit tsbttrv gams
.postponed on acoountof rain.
Uouitvfle :i 0 0 1 0 1 0 B 1 io
Cleveland i it (I I) 0 0 1 0 0- II
lilts Lonisville, 1.1; Cl'ivolnnd, 5. Er
rors, LonlvUa, I; Cleveland, &,
Batfories Menefen nnd QrlOL Young
nnd Zlmnmr. Umpire J'.nislie.
Washington.. .4 o o o n 0 .'i l o- s
Pblladeipbla...j i a :i o o 0 o -
nit' Washington 10, Brrora Wash
ington. llits-Pliilndelpliia, v.i, Trors-Philadelphia,
'i. Batteries Stephens, Btock-
dale and Mi(iire, Taylor 1Uel Uloments.
WHIRLED FROM THE DIAMOND.
Hodeon gavo evidenco yestorday of being
nu interesting Coaohlr,
Basse is a good batsman, but covers sec
ond somewhat loosuiy.
Ktaltz was unable to play yestorday on
acuouut of n tore foot.
remedy that it i, for curing disease
due to enfeebled nerve power, snsh as
neuralgia, rheumatism, dyspepsia, kid
neys and liver complaints.
Ingestion i distinctly under tho con
tr A of the nervous system and when
these nerves are nndarfi d end in a
ssmi paralyssd condition the etoniaeh
heeom little better than n heated re
ceptacle in which tho food is not di
Rented, but undergoss a sort of fermen
tation, which gives rise to nervom dye
pepsia, gout, etc., tho heart weakens,
strength departs and life b com-' a bur
den. it is ,iut this craving of starved
nerves for better nutrition that Paine's
cdery compound quickly and fully
mets. It onuses the blood to freo it
self of every particia of poisonous hu
mor, The first bottle of Paines celery com
pound starts the tired ont, "run down"
man or woman fairly on the road to
Says Mrs ('. B, Prnnsrman of Dover,
N, II. : ! was ran downand folt very
tit 1 all the time. I was not able to do
my work, and had not been stncu baby
cam- to ns, I took a bottle of a csrtnin
sarsaparllla, but it did me no good.
My sister came to mo and advised me
to get a bottle of Paine's celery com
pound I wsa discouraged nnd bad no
faith in anything, My father went
nnd got the compound to try and see
if it wonld not do mo Rood. B ifore I
had taken one-half of tbe bottle i felt
SI Well as ever, and I iiave don- my
own work over since without any trou
li'. ra is tho experience of thousands
Bogan had the honor of making the iir,it
home run on the grounds,
Old dory wave I from the Hag start' over
the grand stand yesterday.
Scran ton should prove one of the best
batting claba In the league,
Vvetaal ma an favorable Impression at
Miort. Be Is active uud owvors a great
Flsnagban'a arm has lost none ot Its cun
ning and Ii" knows huv to iiil the ball at
Dan Hbannoa, manager of the Wllkes
i 'i club, played with the New York
Brotherhoi d team of 1890,
Ti,e H. ipiu.i looked neat and trim
yei tsrday in tb new white nnlforms, A
fe-.v g.ines, however, will dim their
Fleckman and Devereanx, third base and
tort stop of tbe Mnrnu tiiils, are prom
ising you ig playeYs, 'lliev did nplendid
W'U K ye-leid IV.
At the next meeting of the State league
an effort Will be made to bavenauperln
tendentof soorsrs app Inted, whose duty
It shall be to keep a record of all otiieiai
S' ores seat in.
Thayer Torreyson, who will play first
base and captain Rasding this season has
expressed the opinion that Bcranton is one
f the strongest clubs in the stnte League.
We niwiivs did have a great admiration
for Thayer's bane ball wisdom.
( harlie Radboorne, the well'known biie
ball pitcher. Imd the ml itortune to loan an
eve a ivei I; ,-.:ro. Wtuf. mil hunting with a
friend Radboorne stepped from behind a
tree, when his friend flrod his gun nmi a
portion of the nit took effect, Id his eye,
Injuring It so badly that tho eight lade,
Tim tARttin symptottii of dyspepsia,
such ns ilintie1: alter rating, heartburn
and occasional head tl'' hoi, ehoiild not lio
negleeted, Tak, Hood's Barsaparllla if
you wish to OS cured.
Hood's tiija cure all Uvsr ilia, bilious-
lie.", jaundice, Iudlgijutlon, Bick liond
ncho. Bbwarbov Fnicns'-Be snrs you got
the genuine Dr. Thomas' BSelectric Oil. it
mtt Colds, Croup, Asthma, I tne
Pretty Nenrly Corrrot.
The surest Way to avoid breach
premiss Is to make no promises.
OrltloiSlog a Yimna Lady.
"She WOUld be S pretty girl for but one
"Whet's that?" aaked Charley.
(leorije Her face ii always covered with
purple and red blotches.
Charley Oh, that's, easily enough dis.
nosed of. Used to b' the hnnio way my
self, but I caught on to the trouble one
day, mid got rid of it in no time.
Ueorgo What was It?
i hariey Simply blood eruptions. Took
ii short course of f P. P, 1 tell you. It's
the ioss blood corrector. The governor
had rheumatism so had that you could
bear him holler clear across the country
every time he moved. He tried it, and
yon know what an iithlotio old uent he is
now. If aomebody would give MISS Daisy
a pointer, hhe wonld tliiink them after
Wards, All the drug stores sell it.
fttsntsoS oil ieindt east that mveh, '
ttpi Sttuationi H and d,uhUsh art tnteritd
Vl i I'ATI- H WANTBU-BY A YOUNG
I" msnthnshadoxuerrenueosalerk in aro
ci ry bustaeaui drlvins delivers wak'oii, coll, ot
log; la willing to do gardening, willing to do
apj kind ot work, is well eoqaamted with the
city, esn give good rbfen nona,1 must have
work of anmo kind at once. Address Work,
1 itiBUMB, s, rantpo, oflloe,
vit'i ATI. r; WANTED IA A WIDOW..1N
ii reapeetalilu tapdlv, to sssiat In house
worker to care for elilldren, wagoeiipoh
e il Addres . "Widow," Tkibuns,
ClTltATUiN WANTED BV A yoUNO
' ' map at noma kind of work t onoo;
Wonld llki ,i pormaaont iioaltlon on a farni or
garden ngi ajij kind of work ih d -!; la
i-oh r hi, 1 1 rollidj e: iniet USVe work 'it micu.
-"Mi i- li , Tribune ofUi -.
filTUAanOH WANTED IU A vrbuNQ
i 1 lads with oxperleoaa m a millinery store,
Can give teat of, reference, Address IW P.,
Coa Ponu Dvenuo. Third door.
ClTUATION WANTED A WOMAN
i wonld lice to itet work by tho day at
washing or cleaning, or will take waablng
borne, Address AIAky DONNELLY,
K Orchard strset
Help Wanted Male.
ll ANTED A K1BBT-LILA88 UPHOL
" st rSr, ii i- Adama ayonne. Apply
ei- ,-eiili-css .1, l, i I,, lientoii, Serantou. Pa.
Hein Wanted -fcmale.fi.
I ADIEU WANTED TOWBH K A I lln.MK;
' flfi weekly: no canvassing Keplywitli
stump, HI:.S FANNilC I i LKNnlt, .Soiiili
riENEBAL AGENTS WANTED-BELL
' Ing new articles to detdors; exalaalye
torrliery, no eompotition, no capital re
iiuirud; 200 to 390 per cent profit UOLUM
ItlA CIlESHC'AL ri)., 0U and 71 Dearborn
i treat, Chicago, III.
kJAI i if EN WANTED TO t;:;r.t, OUR
k ! by mmple to. the wboleaalo and re
tail tradi 'oil on sight to every buslneaa mnu
or ilrie; liberal salary aud expansoMpatd; po
s ttpii i" i'ei neiit. For terma addrcei with
ftami ,1 KNTENNIAL M'P'O.CO.,Mllwaukce
ii a.n'ii-.d- man With i. h i; and wee
1 Insnrsnoe osporlonuu us solicitor In
Lackawanna county; s I laduoomenta to
rignl man, Addresa Ilffli-'ii Hut. Iiuiidiin-,
XJ ANTED AOENTH TuVAKE fJiTlJl ItS
by aamplo; we will pay exponso and nal
ary or allow liberal oouiinlaslon; samples sent
on application. Address Lock BoxU ISH, New
STORE ll l ( KAWANNA
.lira ur IIK.I!V l:l.V
' i "o r. ,,l I l A W .
llioiiit-n .,P III'. M 1 1 V Pt.'h'.V
-r.'i Laokawauna a vi
SOB BENT THREE ROOMS, FRONT o.
I aecdnd Boor, over N. A lliillmrfK mnaia
itore, ii; Wyoming avenue, from April L, la-
quire in tha st',i-.
iyo LET l;i a TERM OP YEAR8
1 Part or all ,,f three hundred foot "t yard
room along railroad. Apply at tWIVai&lui
To BENT SToitE tnxfflOR PDRNIHHED
J bail On Groan Bidgu stieet Very dedrm
ole location and an reasonabla terms. Amiiy
to P. B, NETTLETON ..r O. . WOODRUFK
l,'ci"il,ii-,-ui 1 -,iil,lini;.
n0B BALE A I' At:.M iiKl.liliU'V ACHES?
i one and ono-lioll nut s irom Dalton oa
the DobWare, Lackawanna add Western
raurcad. nrst-eisaa farm hoaae with a never
fsiling spring nearby; two barns, li.wd i;ind
and gooii orchard, U'ili be aokl cheap, Terms
easy, AddMMu. F. VON BTORCB or Isaac
ELLIS, oxecutora, Dalton, Lacxawanns
pOH SALB PQWL MANURE, ENJHT
I barrela f, a-14.00: idso hrntrn I, ,i.i,,,
for $4.1 0; .-dsn brown logborn atrtte
nppiy io i-.n i.i-iiinus in-' Kock
nHAETON POR SALE INQUIRE OF B,
" Coat lurt atenographer. eoart
bouse, or ll" Clay avenue.
jVoB BALE - es-ACBB FARM STOCK
J and uuiinlia. J. Jl. hllEl'l'lELD, rM
POR SALE OB EXCHANGE FOR SORANi
x ton property A bearing or.-inr;.- grove
Increasing In production and value yearly in
tnojnranaa lion in Florida Addres P. E.
NETTLETON, Lake Helen. Florida
Money to Loan.
'io INVEST IN SCRAN-
toO real BatAtn. Partnna
iiccionc coney having : t barimltia to oiler
sv Invited Ui eommnnicate with "BUYER,"
U i U&5, Sernnton, Pa.
C BALED PROPOSALS WILL I
t ' retrod by tbe undcralgnod until T
the in i day el May, P.m. for the hot
a new M B. Chun h 1 1 Po kville, Pa
and sped flcatl ps can be aeon by eallli
D. IV. It, i' i lie, I a, he bnlldiiiit
l-o.. - , 1',.,-kvii
R. B, T WHEAT
111 iiven, 'e, ,s, nn
annimnoc th it
all tli" :n pool d :i-,eth,-(lH 11
the tiMctiaa of
I in 1, i. hi. h lllllO SIO.MI
the isr , 1 ton
ond lie- exill 1 in.Plll.it ala
1 1 five 1
(I In hlsprni tice 1 'nal nl iml
i-iiri'H. with robber and col
sal th,- tooth, iieiic: HAionu
- nients. HnVina Beouro I the
i-iitn plat 1 ai 1
the latest tpiiin
Borvlaesot pr, A
'I. Pro - ,11. ol Mnmaehn
Wk who K an , tp rl ll 1 1, , rosffi il
I ii. go work, I ran as men!' who ma t v r
n Hi thi ir ra n nage tho moat skillful
The operation ei extrscHns tooth, usually
in nmcn Hwiaded by tbe patlonl la now a
nloaaant anrpriao, bj Hie uaeof local aaca
tbetlca appHi I to the guma.
Having loieu in Bcranton since i stt. and en
joying a liberal abate ol tbe confidence of it e
peopli . I desiro to express my a ere thanks,
' 'i' Wiicath:
T A 1IBET1NU OF THE IMREOTORStlF
i the Nay Aug PaUs and Elinhnrai Doulo
vara 1 11110, it v. 1, r..u,,u-..,i 1 i.-ii - .. .
ot the stockholders bo called to rnnvni nt
. 1 ,,;l.-, ,,f lb,, rvminUil
niblicau building, nn the 5tli dayofJun
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E W. UULLlGAN, Wilkea-Barre, Pa.
ARi-nta for the it- iiaanj Ubomloai Com
pany's Huh Explotivea
t M ITU. si ANCK nr I'iniVIMiiNs OF
J reaolution ol Coma Soundl ol Cityol
Bcranton, Penna., pa m i April 18, Ititll, nolli e
Is nerebv given thai an Ordinance, entitled
An Ordinance providiug for the laauo ,,t t.s,.
iiiiieii-ci nnd iiitv tbouaond dollars of city
It, , ills fi.r It,,, iiiimmm ,,r
. ,,, . , ,- it.,,; .r.
and procuring approochea tborol r, and pro-
viamg ror ineruflemptlou thereof: ' wan In
trodnnd at s atated meeting ot Common
oiincil April IS, 1804, 'i'liu following is a
ilr.-ifl of the Ol d, nan :
PlLS OV TBS COUMOS COOKCIl No. 1, 1S94,
Providing for thelaaue of two hundred and
ufty tbonaand do loraof city i nde for tha
pnrporeot erecting bridgua and procuring
apnroeehoa thi rofor, end providing tor tiu-
WIIEKCAS, bv ordinance-, entitled "An
ordinance providing for Increasing tbe city
debt for tho purpose ol buttdlng bridgas and
KUbmltting the question of 'leb Increaae to
the v,,te ,,f tbe eleetors thoreoi," anrroved
thoioiuth day of January, 114. it is provided
it, it the city debt shall bo incnused by tie
iaauo of bonds in the Sum of two hundred and
Bfty thouaaml (SiMionaini dollar-, tor the 1 or
poae of conetrneting a bridge over th 1 tracks
wanna river at Linden t-tio-t and a hridue
ovar Bearing brook (rem ppruco street t-i
iVont. street, together with tha purcha -..f
xueh right of way ae may ben taary tar tbe
such approaches to -.aid bridges auhject t 1 tbe
assem ol tha aleetors of tho 1 Ity of Bcranton to
BUCll mere. ism.
AND WHEREAS, At general municipal
el ction. held on the twentieth day of Febru
ary, ivi, a majority of tho electors voted in
favor of said proposed inoroase.
Sic. I. Ite it ordained hv tha Select and
( tommon Conncila .,1 the city 1,1 Seranton. and
Itii horeby ordained by the authority of the
nemo thai for tha purpose of eonatrnctlng a
bridge over the Lackawanna river at Linden
atreet, and a bridge ovar Roaring brook from
Spruce street to Front atroot, together with
tbe purchosool auch right or way aa may bo
necessary, tor tha beat approachei to aald
1 ridges, tli" Issue of niy .-, miioii honda to
the amount ol two hundred end fifty thou
sand (?,.'.V,,iiiin.iHii dollnis is hereby ant hoi : od
Said bondaahall beol tho denomination of one
thouaand (.11,090.(10) dollars, with interest con
pons attached; and ahall he nnmtiered from
one 1 1 1 totwobnndred anil nnv tain) inclusive
and ahall lie signed by the Mayor.andtln aoal of
tho City shall be ml 1 il duly attest, d by tha
City Clerk, Tho dato of the bonda Hballbe
A, 1 '
hall be mlonm-
I, and shall bear
e l. l-i-r .-in:,u.n
,'V.iinii thep.-iymo ,t
ed aignat arc- of the
of th ssme. 1 ha It
executed by the litl
Me ',,-, unit ahall be pi
on the Hrst, dara ol Di
inner and June :ii
the office ai tbe City Treaaun r ot the City 1 1
Sec. 1 Hm i bonds shell be redeemable la
tbe order of their number sSfoUows, Vi I!
That v;3 will GIVS you beautiful new pat-
tflrrist ni HftArlinff
" w wwwa aiui.
FOiiXS for an equal weight, ounca for ounce,
of your silver dollars. All elegantly en
graved free. A larje variety of new pat
terns to select from at
.UK LACKAWANNA . . s
"No star was ever lost wo once have seen,
We always may be what we might have been,"
A HAPPY PATRON OF"
1 ii RIG
Sen-1 ii ton, l3a.
22 and 23 Commonwealth Building.
nxi'tUo it" I'mibi i-i.
l nmll iiri'tvilii. Ith
l or Sulo in Sernnton, Po-abyH. C. SANJ)RISON,Prist, c.r. Varusliin;toD
9m Soruco wtrooLs.
Renovate l eathers,
Make Over Mattresses,
The Scranton Bedding Co.
DOS ami CO! Lackawanna Ave., carnal Aduui-. Ave
Nas. 1 to H i Inclualre, .lun- 1st, lirni.
Nos. til to liOincluaivQ, June let, 1910.
No-i. ill to Hal In, btalve, Jum 1st, it'll.
Noa, ltd toSSO taclualve.-Jnne 1st, 1919.
Bee B. said bonda absll he issned in accord,
once with the provisions of un Act, entitled,
"An Act regulating tbe manner of mcreosisg
tno Indebtecnesa of munlcipalittea, and pro
vidinir for tie- roileini tion ot the s:inie. mi-1
inilios,!, pensltiea for the illegal increase
th. Hot," appiove 1 th- -t li day of April, li-M;
and also under tbe provbdona of an Act entit
led, "An Act providiug Car the Incorporation
and government of cities ot the third cbuw "
approved Ha) 2 , a. D., i-Ki.and tha wveral
supplements end smendmonta or Said act.
Sec. 4. said bonda shall Is. denominated
"The Bridue Loan." and slinll 1- pr.-fi rei!
i ... by tin-nty Clerk and duly signed and
sealed sS provided in seetion 1 ol iLisoidi-
Bee. 5. Thf Mayor and lie- Citv Clerk are
hereby authorized to sell anddisnoeeof said
bottda; tboproi da oi said Bale and disposal
to lie paid to the City- treasurer, aapr
bylaw; Tbeymas di-iusj.- if toVnJai4tu)k or
In auch quantities aa fundamay be raquTred
fOr tho purpoee fi r wlii, b said bonds are au
thorized t-i be issued.
B - Tha money that may.'ba realized
from the sole i I said bonds '"all be ard is
'" ffby apprpm at d irth is i rtrna og 1 1 a
bridge over the Lackawanna river at Linden
street sndabridaje over Roaring brook troni
Spruce atreet to Fronl street, together with
tho purchaae of auch right ol way as may be
:,n; roaches to said
be held tor tl.r
bridge and SBC
"! one iinnilri-,1 nnd
ifi:."i.(iii.00i dollar, ahal)
ing of the Lindoh Street
the approaches thereto,
hnildl-e,! .-Hid tmtmhm Aa
ami I he Mini
tnotuana (ia,iuitxn .l..-,r ahall b,. hold for
the building of tha bridgo over tbeRoarmg
brook and aecurlng the Snproachea ihoreto;
provided, that if either or said bridgea and
it- approaches cm bo completely .paijl for at a
less sum than bsfors named, any balaucaof
th- proceeds of the sale of said bonda may be
used in the construction and -cnring' ap
proschee tor the other ol said bridgea. Any
anrplusoftha proceeds ojaaid bonda which
may remain after tbe aald bridges. and their
approaches bare been fully paid tor shall be
liaidlntotho stnsing fund provided for the
redemption oi said lamda
Sec. Fortbc purpoaaot pay tng the prin
cipal and Interoai otaaid bonds there irmwo
by le led tor the year 1891 on all property tax
able for city purupacs a ta i t on and ope
tenih milts on the dollar of valuation; and
overy ear thereafter there shall ! levied ,,r
anchpurpoaoa tax sufficient to equal eurht
isi per cent ot the iasne hereby anthorieed
s'e,-.s. 'ih,,!,,; direa istxl from the aifcot the
said ho ue ahall be pal linto the eitv tseaaun ,
aedthecitj treasurer, tn mayor at tl Ity
ml tin city controller shad caese' tno .
fundi to 'id mmedlatrlr i l.ieed ai inti-r-st In
three banks of tins ,
tie ni. pla ing and ki
an eq .1 aroount of s
be dj so d, algnati d.
ill time pi timo
in i Sch. of the
t a atxa,
Bcranton, r April in, ina
SI .VR l KPr.flMR and
me W A. V . . S .J (1.1 V 4
TMswanfrev tttl rintr-dr pun1
nli'cil t rum ufiwu ills
llnnhtHMt, Nlk'litly BulatloriNi iNrrvinimv .nilrtFrtlrmnnil Ioinoi inr
i i utlVMOrufittrtcff ittuTM'iciniMviUr ovi rtni-rtlnn, sonthrtilcrmro.
upiiMii orctliiiulmiiH, hi.'h W vi in ii.tirniuy, t t'li
CttM !)0!ftlTllHlin Ti'it ptTbOK,klIOrfts
ti nnlcr v,-.nrlv n i lllon ; l triints t lu rn.-r
Opp. Court House.
Retail Mattresses at
yCADE.MV OF MUSIC.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL US,
Barlow Bros', Famcns Minstrels
Gorp a- Btaga S-ttin?9,
Euro; cun Noveltiaa,
Pull Band and Orchestra.
A stroac minrtnd entertainment full of u-w
and atartling feature. Aprnfrruramf brill
iant uuinber-i. Sa'.e ol seaw op na Monday.
Wonderland Theater Co.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
GRAND DOUBLE 111 LL,
A POOR GIRL S DIARY
Nan, the Gooci-for-Nothing
NAN" Miss MAGGIE WILjjETT
Thursday. Friday and' Saturday,
A CELEBRATED CASS
ADMISSION, IO. -() and SO CENTS
Portorniai cos evi ry afternoon, except Mon
nays ,-,ii,i Tliuredsya at lt.Hu, and every even1
lngatS.15, lioois opeiiat I., in and ".IXl'l'.li.
Tin' GENUINE Now Httven
Ni w York Wareroom8 No. 80
E. C. BICKER & CO,
S de ilealers in tins suction.
OFFltK-dxI Adama Ai
Eureka Laundry Co.
Cor. Lindon St. find Adams Ave.
Co mat iiotisa sl auk.
All kinds of Laundry work guarantaeil
Art for the masses.
Ono Dime and
Raving secured me HHOEDIO roitnn nf
William Blume A BnO fur a petmanent luiai
nesa ataad, I ahull i.niduct Scientific and
Patnologleal Bboeing fortbe Prevention, Wh
Ikil and Cm e of Lann-nes-. mid other jxapedl
monts in the movenfenu of H orate hmdeatal
nrdue to Imperlect shoiug. 1 alinll givetai
week my personal nttenti. u and guarantee he
exsra enarge. except for Imorovemettt. Lamei
ueaa, etc. , will bo treated nftoiinina A li ne
clinic and profutaiuiiul ndyii-o ntvon every
Monday from I In '- I'. M.
JOHN HAMLIN, D. Y. &