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THE SCRANTON" TRIBUNE -THURSDAY MORJOXG, OCTOBER 31, 1693.
Dally and Weekly. No Sunday Edition.
Publbbtd at Scranton, Pa., by The Triton. Pub-
Kow York Offlo: Tribune lluUdm-, Frank a
C. . RINOSBURV, Pan. Ota's Maa.
C. M. RIPPLE, See' ana Tatas.
LIVV . RICHARD, Eairea.
V. W. DAVIS. Uuamiaa Maaaara.
W. W. VOUNGS, Ao MaNe'a.
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8IC0N0-CLASS IUO. UaTTKR.
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TnK WreKiT TaiRtiJtK, Iwupd Every Patiinlay,
l.'UDtnlna Twelve Hntitlsolue I'uirf. with a i Atmii
tlauce of Neam, KWIon, ami WVIl-Killt -j Mwcel
iatiy. For 'I'hiw WUn Ottinot Tuke 1'hu Daily
THitit'Ni itie U'eesly l ltiio'nmenilfd a-t the
Ileal iiiugaiii (joins, only fl a Year, m Advam.
Til Taiui-ac In for Hale Dally at the 0., L. and W.
bUtlou at ltubokeo.
SCRANTON, OCTOBER 31, 1S95.
RF.I'IDLICaV state ticket.
For lodges of I lie Superior Court:
CHARLES E. RICE, of Luserne.
E. N. WIM.ARD, of Lackawanna.
HOWARD J KEEPER. f Northampton.
JAMES A. REAVER, of Center.
JOHN J. W1CKHAM, of REAVER.
GEORGE U. ORLAPYV of Huntingdon.
I'or tnt T'cns'Tir:
BENJAMIN J. HAYWOOD, of Mercer.
REPUBLICAN COIATY TICKET.
SAMTTEL P. LONQSTREET, M. Vi
EDMUND A. BARTLi, of Scranton.
Election day. Nov. IS.
Lackawanna county ought to Rive
Judge WIHard 3.000 pluarlity; and if It
rnaiJe It 5,000 It would not exceed the
demands of propriety. Get out 'the vote
and give our 'home candidate a send
off! The Test of rtanly Republicanism.
At the risk of repetition we again
call the attention of the 'Republicans of
Lackawanna county to the fact that
the -peculiar conditions of the present
campaign make doubly necessary the
polling by Kif.m, on Tuesday next, of
every possible vote, and the bringing
Into eam.p, also, of every available con
vert. One reason for this necessity
imay be cited In the circumstance that
both the local and the state Republi
can tickets are creditable and deserv
ing; the local ticket In that
It contains the names of two
young men whose success In pri
vate life, fairly won by hard and hon
est work, ought to toe a convincing
guarantee of their fitness for county
office; and the state ticket, partly be
cause each man on It ihas come through
a fierce factional battle bearing, at
Its close, the unanimous Indorsement of
both factions; but .more erpeelally be
cause one of the men on that ticket Is
on eminent fellow-resident of this
county, a life-long Republican whose
bounteous past services to the party
have never, until now, come up for
substantial recognition, and a Jurist
who brings to the bench of which he is,
by appointment, a member both the
merit of expedient location and the
quality of ripened practical knowledge.
IRut there Is also another reason a
reason (more delicate, perhaps, but not
less important; and we shall here speak
of It with the utimost candor. It Is no
new truth that Lackawanna county
Republicans were very -recently vhe
actors In one of the most exciting
contests of the late factional battle in
this state; that they were then, as now,
watched closely by the Republicans of
the whole commonwealth; and that a
falling off In the Republican plurality
next week, If not common to all Ihe
counties of Pennsylvania, would be In
terpreted, by soime mallei. usly, a a
consequence of. that regrettable but
now Irrevocable division 'of opinion.
We wish to say to the Republicans of
this county, both to the Quay men of a
few weeks ago and to the anti-Quay
men In that fight, that It would be ruin
ous politics as well as bad party faith
and the proof of a mean spirit to carry
the honest differences of that fair and
frank 'battle Into the present endeavor
of re-united Republicanism to square
Kself for the presidential contest of tfie
ensuing year. The ticket before lis at
this time Is a ticket which bears the
stamp of approval of both of the re
cent factions. It Is a Hastings ticket
and It Is a. Quay ticket, tiut chief of all,
It Is a Republican ticket, fairly nomi
nated and therefore fairly deserving of
the united party support. The faith
of every principal' In the recent un
pleasantness Is solemnly pledged to It;
and Us election by a sweeping plural
ity would be the fitting token of an
honest reconciliation among the rank-and-file
Xackaiwanna Republicanism, which
has already proved Its ability to fight,
should now also prove Its willingness
to accept the fortunes of war In a
manly spirit and demonstrate, by an
old-time victory, that it Is too magnan
imous to sulk.
The popularity of Dr. Longstreet, Re
publican candidate for coroner, is a bad
stumlbllng block In the way of his op
ponent's desire for re-election. Every
Republican should vote for Dr. (Long
street. He deserves It.
The Value of Railroads.
In overruling a verdict of damages
agatnst a railroad company and order
ing a new trial, Judge Miller, of Mercer
county, sitting at New Castle, recently
remarked to the jury which brought In
(he finding: "There Is a good deal of
feeling against railroad corporations.
There are a few men who go over the
country who seem to have nooccupa-
iion Tueiji tawing againsi . corpora
. ttons, and they try to make people .Be
lieve that the railroads are the most
baneful Institutions In the country.
mt urould New Caetle. be without
railroads? It would be a little way sta
tion on the old Erie and Pit tabu rs
canal a village of perhaps 00 or GOO
This no doubt is true; It certainly is
true that much of the current prejudice
asalnst railroads originates in Ignor
ance of their real value to the commun
ity and tends to no good ends. At the
cine time It should be borne In mind
that If railroads aid in the develop
ment of towns along their line the pro
cess has a reactionary value to the
railroads themselves, which, under
prudent and honest management, are
thereby made more profitable as in
vestments. There are two sides to the question,
and Judse Miller appears to have con
fined 'his vision to the side represent
ing the railroads. A better attitude
would be to deal fairly with tooth sides,
which, if of tener done in courts of jus
tice, -would quickly tend to allay much
of the feeling which exists against rail
way corporations as a class.
A vote for Bartl will be a notification
that in America any honest citizen who
la qualified may arplr? to public of
fice and be welcome If he gets it.
For a Short Campaign.
The Bcranton board of trade will
make no mistake If it promptly repeats
the action of the Cleveland, O., board
In adopting resolutions favoriw? a short
presidential campaign. Upon this point
ths business Interests of the country
are practlcay unanimous. Long cam
paigns no longer are necessary; but If
they wero It would be questionable If
thev should be worth their cost to the
business of the nation a cost which Is
monsured In disarranged trade, general
distraction from ordinary duties and
The adoption of resolutions by Influ
ential Tcards or trade urging upon the
various national committeemen to vote
In favor of a briefer than usual can
vass next year is timely and desirable.
There la especial need of such action In
this state, where both the national
committeeman, David Martin, and the
foremost Republican leader. Senator
Quay, are on record as opposing the
shortening of the battle. Mr. Martin
declares very positively that a long
campaign Is needed to educate the peo
ple. This, however, does - not appear
to be the Bonse of the p?oplc themselves,
If one may Judge by the various expres
sions of their opinion which are made
by the press of the country. Nine
tenths of the leading newspapers, both
north and south, favor the Idea of short
presidential campaigns. This has al
ready been ascertained by a direct can
vass; and Inasmuch as the newspapers
would themselves profit by a long fight,
with Its sustained excitement and Its
consequently Incransed demand for
news and party literature, It would
seem to be a fntr conjecture that the
advocacy of short campaigns by the
press Is governed by popular sentiment
rather than by commercial Interest.
In any event, It Is to bo expected that
the professional politicians would, un
less guided by judgment other than
their own, favor a policy which would
keep them before the public as much
and as long a time as possible. This Is
oh the same principle which Influences
actors to ,want every town to have a
riumber of theaters and every physician
to wish for sickness and epidemics. It
rests with the merchants and the busi
ness men of the country to decide
whether or not In the matter of deter
mining the length and conditions of the
next presidential canvass the profes
sional politicians shhll have things their
The special .Philadelphia correspond
ent of the Harrisburg Patriot predicts
t'ha.t tho Republican majority in Penn
sylvania next Tuesday will not fall be
low 150,000., It certainly will not if
every Republican will do his duty.
Prove It or Retract.
The charge of the chairman of the
Maryland Republican committee, Con
gressman George L. Wellington, that
Senator Quay Is helping Senator Gor
man, tflie Democratic leader In Mary
land, Is denied by Senator Quay, as Is
natural. It will not receive credence
until thoroughly supported by proof.
This Is the language of Chairman
Wellington's accusation: "There Is no
doubt about It. We know It to be a
fact. Quay is helping Gorman with
all his skill and ability. Gorman andl
Quay, airhough of different political
parties, are known to be closely allied
in many matters before congress, and
it is perfeotly natural that they should
help each other In flgihts like the one go
ing on here, and we know that Quay
Is now aiding Gorman In every way he
can. I Intend to expose the Whole
scheme, and s-how Quay up before the
country 1n Wis true light, and before his
party for Just what be Is. It is our
Intention- to let the people know Just
what sort of men these two bosses are,
and how they work together, the one as
a Republican and the other as a Dem
ocrat. It will be a part of my duty to
show Quay up to the Republicans In
his true light, and I shall certainly do
It before I am through with -him."
It is a matter 'of simple justice to
Senator Quay to pay that while there
has at various times been opposition to
his leadership within the Republican
party of Pennsylvania, the charge of
party treason has never even been
whispered. Senator Quay Is a man
whose activity -In public affairs extends
over more than a quarter of a century
and who has, In that time, Incurred in
veterate enmities; yet never once until
this moment has he been charged with
recreancy to Republican principles or
Republican "candidates. If Chairman
Wellington, of Maryland, is correctly
quoted he ehould prove 'his accusations
or be forced to utter an equally public
Speaking of the Golden ; Rule, it
strikes us that President Cleveland,
remembering Lafayette and the
French patriots of 1.776, might well ap
ply it to the case of Cuba,
The recent lurid article by Senator
Chandler predicting andl almost In
viting an early war with England has
elicited from Charles Emory Smith one
of the most courteous yet effective re
bukes In recent times. Mr. Smith Is
second to no man In emphatic, straight
forward and conscientious American
Ism, -but he 'does not regard the pros
pect of war as something to be hailed
with volatile applause or entered upon
except as a last resort. This Is the dif
ference between j'.ngolsts and patriots:
the one class likes to talk, and the other
clats reserves its energies for the time
which detxands firm action.
' Mr. 'Birtl'a fitness for the office of
county surveyor elmp-Iy cannot be
questioned. A man who, without
money cr friends, could through hl3
own inherent industry, perseverance
and talent build up the private busi
ness whlrh he today cc-nxaiands will be
entirely safe when placed m chargs of
the surveying Interests of the county.
The Wright "still hunt" plan has by
no means been abandoned. It Is a con
tingency fof which iRcipulblloans t-'nouM
everywhere provldo by getting out
:helr normal arty vole. This Is es
pecially true In Lackawanna county,
where the Democratic leaders are en
deavoring wt.ii might and main to
catch the Republicans napping.
It would be a valuable lesson, if some
of tho New York merchants who three
years njo vcted Cleveland and the
Democracy Into office should begin to
feel the loescs that are following the
abrogation of those Republican reci
procity treaties. The report of their
murmurings is Republicanism's wel
The fact that President Cleveland
asked the Atlanta exposition people
to defer their rpeclal day for t:he glori
fication cf Cuban patriotism is In line
with his .past conduct. The man who
fought for his country by proxy and
aimed to -throttle liberty In Hawaii
doubtless cares very little about pa
triotism in Cuba.
The prediction, of Chairman Hackett
of the Empire State Republican com
mittee is that New York this year is
good for GO.000 Republican plurality.
If that be true then Pennsylvania
ought to be ashamed to come up next
Wednesday morning with less than
It Is charged by the Allentown
Chronicle that Chairman Wright, of
tho Democratic State committee, Is us
ing part of the state campaign funds to
run he local fight in Lehigh county.
He evidently 'Wants to put his cash
where there is a prospect of getting
A semi-official Madrid newspaper no
tifies the people tat 'the United States
that they had better have a care how
they ill-treat Spain, for Spaniards
"come of a race In whose veins flows
the blood of heroes." It la a pity that
most of those heroes are dead.
Republicans cannot afford to let the
"offness" of the year toe the excuse
for unwon Democratic gains. There
should -be no "off years" in the calendar
of militant .Republicanism.
The loyal Republican will not have
to be coaxed long to go to the polls.
The knowledge that next Tuesday Is
election -day ought to be an ample In
centive. Senator Quay's ambition doubtless
ends at the desire to be president by
QUAY'S TAKII'F VIEWS.
From the Philadelphia Bulletin.
There can be no question, from the
standpoint of Republican doctrlno, con
cerning the soununess and wisdom of the
propositions which Senator Quay has nun
testoit as a basis for tariff and revenue
luKlalatlon In the next congress. The
Quay pln of amending the tariff so that
such industries as woollens and potteries
that havo been Jeoparded by Professor
Wilson may be paved at once, and ho that
3o,0uu,000 to $10,000,000 may bo added
permanently to the revenue. Is based
largely on the Idea of making the tariff
contributory to the work of Internal Im
provement!!. This Is a feature of It which
la sura to be popular, and It originates in
a practical and common sense view of the
situation. It Is -the old Whig doctrine of
Henry Clay revived, and there was never
a time In the history of tho republlo when
it was more applicable to the national
needs than It Is today. It contemplates a
policy of accumulating an annual Income
sufficient not only for the ordinary needs
of the Kovernment, but for the beginning,
extension or completion of soma of the
great undertakings which patriotic and
far-sighted men generally agree upon as
essential to our future welfare.
Senator Quay's suggestions are worthy
of the attention of the next congress. If
President Cleveland should refuse to sign
a bill bared on them, they will make the
framework of an acceptable Republican
platform In J89f. The protective system
must be restored at least to the point of
safety for every Industry that the Wilson
act has disturbed. More than that. It
should be -made tho source of the revenue
which the national government must havo
to pay off the debts It has contracted un
der Cleveland and a support for the great
public works which state or prlvato enter
prise Is unequal to and which are abso
lutely necespary to tho development of
the nation. The country Is rlne for such
a policy as Mr. Quay has outlined, and It
Is good Republican policy through and
COMMENT OF THE MESS.
Our Legal Altitude Toward Spain.
Philadelphia Record: "The duty of the
government of the United States In so
far as It effects the struggle In Cuba Is
strictly confined to the enforcement of
the laws of the United States which pro
hibit the fitting out of armed vessels and
the recruiting of men to be employed
against a power with which wa are at
peace. So long as Spain shall persist In
the pretense that a state of war does not
exist In Cuba our government cannot even
prevent the shipment of arms and am
munition by private Individuals to the
Island. In times of peace gunpowder and
guns are quite an legitimately articles of
commerce as bacon and beans. A dlfferJ
ent aspect would be given to the ease
should the belligerency of the Insurrec
tionists be acknowledged by Spain or be
come a fact which could no longer be Ig
nored. In that event the law of nations
would come into piny, and It would thus
become the duty of this government, as
a neutral power, to prohibit 'the use of
Its portt and waters for the renewal and
augmentation of military supplies and
arms, In accordance with the American
contention before the Geneva tribunal.
If Spain detirea to enforce upon us the
stricter pacific duties of a neutral as be
tween recognised belligerents she mint
flrt abandon her absurd position that the
rebellion in Cuba Is nothing more than a
R -buklns cnntor Chandler.
Philadelphia Press: "Let Senator Chand
ler end his esroclates declare In the most
emphatic terms that we of the United
States shall maintain and defend all our
rights, come what may; that we shall
uphold the Mor.-oe doctrine In Its broad
and full Import; that we shalll assert and
enforce ejl the prerogatives that legiti
mately go with our undisputed primacy
on the American continent; that we shall
permit no European power to extend Its
sovereignty In this hemlfphere or to men
ace the Independence and Integrity of an
American state. Let them make the af
firmation of our obligations and rights as
strong and vigorous as they please. Di
plomacy does not speak the word of war
till every demand has been defied, and
senators are not to sound the tocsin while
the lisues are open for discussion. It Is
for us to assert and maintain our right
with firmness and resolution: It Is for
England to take the responsibility and In
cur the consequences of disregarding
" ' :es
. Heads Asters Who Can t.
Rochester Post-Bsnress: "Janauschak
complains of the degeneracy of Us stags,
Why? Because 'the drama doesn't draw.'
Why doujn't It draw? One reason' Is tout
the people haven't the price. The main rea
son is tnat they have reacno.l tne conclu
sion that they have been swindled long
enough. What the drama Deeds is actors
Who can act."
Rons to Qnccr Mixtures.
Philadelphia Record: "England's new
poet laureate, like his predecssnor. Is
named Alfred. Even in puutry KnsUsh
taste runs -to Alf and 'alf."
A n.-injcrous Competitor.
Chicago Times-Herald: "England fears
that F.uisla U dlapoud to to out and
work the tame side of the street she has
been operating on."
Tho Trouble ith .Mr. Plntt.
Chlcaira Times-Herald: "It in thought
that Hon. Thoira Collier Piatt is Ions- on
cabinet expectations and short on termi
E D LC AT I OX A L STAT I ST I CS.
the Extent of tho School S steins of the
From tho WaFhlngton Star.
Over one-tlfth of us are in school. Thi3
at least was the ca?o In IHU.'-ll. says the
annual report of Dr. W. T. Harris, United
States commissioner of education. The
-tatlstlcs are for those years, ami show
thcro were 15,0i3,U!' pupils enrolled) In
schools, roller'' und various Institutions
of learning. This Is -'2.5 per cent, of tho
i'opulatlon. and nn Increase of B70.C.97 over
the preceding fcliool year. There were In
the common schools of the country l'J.&lu.
713 scholars. For their teaching there
.were employed 1 ,0it male teachers and
Since 187(1 men teachers have lessened In
number and women teachers havo in
creased. Of school houses there uro or
were In ISM SS5.4 worth, with contents,
fJSS.4.'r.rt;9. School revenue that year whs
lB3.lK,(ino, and ootro $1i3.0M.i09, of which
J1CU, 000,000 was paid to teachers.
TOLD ltV THE STASIS.
Holly llnroscnpo Drawn by Ajncshus, Tlio
Astrolabe cast: 1,17 a. m., for Thursday,
Oct. 31, 1SD5.
A child born on this day will In all prob.
ability be a terror, lie will revel In the
sports of Hallowe'en ntul yank off the
neighbors' gates at an unseemly hour of
Like mnny ilttle bad boys about us this
avunlng, he will be a striking example of
what mamma's darling should not be.
Mr. Saul, who went to Jnll rather than
"stand and deliver" costs upon tax cf
which he knew nothing, has no apprecia
tion of the fitness of things. If a new
comer is not liltil oerassluimlly by this
peculiar system of tux collection, how
may our constables and suburban alder
Do not duck for largo ofilclnl apples
when there ore small ones in tho sumo tub.
Hemember tho fate of Mr. Iluike.
Keep an eye out for youthful ghosts to
night. FALL OF 1895.
I3I AND I33 It. WASHiNGTOM AVENUE.
The Largest Stock of Fine and Me
dium Fur n it uro ever displayed in
Kcranton; all arranged on our Seven
Floors, so an to be easily inspected.
Onr method Is to sell every article at a
small profit, and ono price, all goods be
Ing marked In plain figures, thus making
our establishment a safe place for pur
chasers. All Are Cordially Invited to Visit
HILL & COilELL,
131 AND 133 It. WASHINGTON AVE.
TYPE WRITERS' SUPPLIED
II ALL ITS DMMHES.
Stationers and Engravsrs,
317 LACKAWAItiH AVI
Oall and see these Piano and seax to se
SoVhand Pianos we have takes Ja aseaaace
rtbaaa. , i .
CWZa BROTHERS, M
EOLDSprS 8 BAZAAR
At prices way below low water mark. The question will naturally arise, how
can we sell Wall Paper any cheaper than we usually do? This is the answer.
Our contracts for spring call for about 1,000,000 rolls. This paper will begin
to arrive already in November, and when it comes we must have a place to
put it; therefore, we must dispose of the stock now have on hand; and the
following prices wa know will sell it. Our common Brown Blanks are already
gone, so we have nothing left but good stock to offer.
READ THE LIST:
Rolls Wall Paper,
Rolls Wall Paper,
Rolls Wall Paper,
Rolls Wall Paper,
Rolls Wall Paper,
Rolls Wall Paper,
Rolls Wall Paper,
Rolls Wall Paper,
Rolls Wall Paper,
Rolls Wall Paper,
Our Annual Book Sale has now begun. All the popular works of the day at half
price. West entrance, main floor.
JUST THINK CF IT!
llSpieco decorate i dinner-set for
Thpsearcnpeci.il sU which cannot be du-plicut-id
and are raro burjains.
Lamps, Chandeliers, Tables in Onyx
Top and French Inlaid Wood.
PfBvo tho goods and get prices,
22 LACKAWANNA AVENUE
NEW LINE OF
Also Big Stock of
C. M. FLOREY
222 Wyoming Ave.
Will not cnusfi any more
Ilml his nkiii ttu neiluii'l I tell
ing 1,'Iovvk mudo from it at
Just Thlr-il of It!
Real Kldcs for......
DU JOHN HAMLIN,
The Ack nowledged Expert in
Horseshoeing and Dentistry(
Is Now Permanently Located
on West Lackawanna Are
BLaHl II n . I tB B B L" I SB
elsewhere i5c, Our Sale Price, 7c.
some gilt, elsewhere 20c, Our Sale Price 8c
elsewhere 23c, Our Sale Price, 10c.
elsewhere 30c, Our Sale Price, 12c.
elsewhere 35c, Our Sale Price, 15c.
elsewhere 40c, Our Sale Price, 20c.
elsewhere S3c, Our Sale Price, 25c.
elsewhere 60c, Our Sale Price. 30e
elsewhere 75c, Our Sale Price, 35c.
elsewhere Si.oo, Our Sale Price, 45c.
formerly were 5c, Now 2C
formerly were 10c, Now 5c.
formerly were i5c, JVJow 7c!
SHALE PAVING BRICK
AND EUJLD1KG BRICK
Oflloe: 329 Washington Avenue.
Works: Hay-Aug, Ia E. a W. V. R. R.
General Sales Agent, Sera nt on, Pa
ELECTRIC, VAPOR AND
U AM) MASSAGE
Given from S a. m. t 6 p. m. at the
Green Ridge Sanitarium,
720 Marlon St., Qrnen Ridge.
For Ladles Bufforlnft from NrrronsOlisases,
Catarrhal and Uiieaicatlo Complaints special
attoutiob is itivon.
MISS A. E.JORDAN,
(Graduate of the Boston Hospital Tralhinj
(School for NuTies). Superintendent
WILLIAM S. MILLAR,
Alderman 8tii Ward, Scranton.
ROOMS 4 AND 5,
Gas and Water Co. Buiidlnn,
CORNER WYOMING AYE. AND CEHiER ST.
OFFICE HOURS from 1 SO a m. top. m.)
(i boor intermission for d noor and supper.)
Particular Attention Givento Collections
Prompt Settlement Guaranteed.
YOURBUSIKES; IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED
Telephone No. 134.
Majestic Ranges are made of steel
and nialeable iron, riveted together,
making them perfectly air-tight, gas
tight and ash-proof. The ovens can
not warp, being riveted to a solid
malable angle iron, both in front and
back, the body of the Range being
riveted to the same.
This is the only Range in the world
in the hands of the dealer made this
way. For durability, economy of
fuel, quick and perfect baking, the
Majestic Steel Range has no equal.
To this 150,000 of the best houses in
America can testify.
Nov on sale and being exhibited
at our store.
FOOTE & SHEAR CO.
119 WASHINGTON AVEKUE.
WE INVITE YOU
To Inspect Onr Compleu Lin of
THE J. S. TURNER CO.'S
PERFECT FITTH G SHOES
For Gents' wear. The Patent Leather 8hes
madi by this concern are tar snporior to any
similar line on the market. Those who have
worn them f r the past two years will boar
us nnt in t-.il statement.
If yon have Irrosular feot we can make shoes
to your sp clal measure and guarantee yon
The Lackawanna Store Association,
CORNER LACKA. AIID JEFFERS01 Kill.
KELLY & GORMAN
LATE OF PITTSBURG.
FIRST-CLASS OVERT IN CONKECTIOH
S23 Spruce St., Scranton.