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THE FCItANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY M0INTNO. MAY 22, 189G.
BILL PASSED OVER'
Aftd a Peesiun is Granted Francis
Hoover, a Veteran of tbe Late War.
DEMOCRATS VOTE FOR THE BILL
Mr. t;ravviior llvnir Ihe Iti-purt
Tbul There Are Paction Among
Kcpublii-nii on I lie May nuJ .Muu
Washington, May 2LBy a vote of
HH to 47 the house today l'assetl over
the president-!! veto the Mil granting a
pulsion of $.r.O a intuit h to Kranris K.
Hoover, late of the Twenty-third In
diana Keslmeiit Volunteers. A de
bate, of two hour ureceileci the Vote,
Messrs. Klrpatrli k I Hep., Kaunas),
Wood Ri-p- f"d Willia, Hep.
lc.) adviH-utins the passage of the bill
and Messrs. Krdinali. Lem. Ha.) Loud,
(Kep. Cala.) and liurtlelt ( Hem. N. Y.,
In favor of suBtuininir the veto. All
the Populist and Kepuhlleans Keneral
ly voted for Ihe hill and the iJenioi rats
against It. The following Uepuliliiuns.
however, voted to sustain the veto:
Messrs. Lund Ok1u.), Kaney (.Mo.),
UiiiKK and Wadsworth (N. Y.), nnd the
following DeiuotratH to pass the hill;
Coekrell, (Tex.), Cuinminss (N. Y.),
Luyton nnd Stir ((.), and Stokes, Strait
nnd Talbert (C. C
This was preceded by a half hours
ptatement by Mr. (Irosvenor (Kep. (.
reeartliiiK a telegram from Washington
In the Cincinnati Tribune, vvliieh 'lined
him up with the Keed men" In voting
tu oppose the reporting of any reci
procity from the committee, on wnys
and means. Passing by the "lining tip
with the Keed men" by the observation
that he might he found In worse com
pany, Mr. (irosvenor denied the report
that there were any factions among
the Republicans on the committee on
ways and means, asserting that they
had acted as a unit upon all matters.
Consideration was begun of the Phil
lips' labor commission 1)111, under the
Hpeclnl order agreed to yesterday and
its passage wbs advocated by Messrs.
Phillips (Kep. Pa.) and Low (Kep. X.Y.)
The time for Its discussion was extend
ed until four o'clock tomorrow.
Tn some respects the proceedings In
the senate today were pugestlve of the
closinpr days of a pension. Conference
reports were being considered and act
ed on during most of the day. First
came the river and harbor bill; and
after a shortdlscusslon, the report wns
formally disagreed to. In order to have
an item as to Brunswick harbor, (In.,
restored to the bill. Later in the day
the report was again presented, with
the Urunswlck mntter arranged satis
factorily; but with the Items ns to the
deep sea harbor In Southern California
still undisposed of In conference. The
ri'port vvus agreed to as far as It went,
nnd a new conference was ordered on
the San Pedro and Santa Monica ques
tion. The conference report was on
th legislative bill was presented and
was assailed on necount of provisions
ns to clicult court clerks nnd as to the
nppolnitment of a register of copy
tights. The report was disagreed to,
20 to and the bill was gain sent to
lifTI.KK'S HON!) 1:1 LI..
The calendar of appropriated bills
having been thus cleased off, Mr. Hut
ler, (Pop., N. C.) thought that the op
portune time has come for getting be
fore the senate his bill prohibiting tlu
Issue of government bonds without the
consent of congress, and he made a
motion to proceed to its consideration.
Will take place this Friday evening, May 22, 1896, at 8 o'clock. We
TZArT TTT'TrT? will be on tap tomorrow; also, that you may form. some idea of the quality of our beer when you
J--' vyaa x V iJivivl V see tle vast numljer Gf horses and wagons that are required to fill our orders for the beer. Come
and see a Brewers' parade and you will not regret it.
Ask for Our Bock Been Drink No Other.
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LINE OF PARADE:.
Brewery to Cedar Avenue, to Lackawanna, to D.f L & W. Crossing, back to Franklin Avenue, to
Mulberry Street, to Penn Avenue, to Lackawanna,' to Wyoming, to Linden Street, to Washington Ave
nue and down Washington Avenue to the Brewery.
Immediately Senators Hill. (Dem.. N.
Y.) and Chandler (Kep.. N. H.) com
menced n series of obstruct lv mea-i-urvs
by, which they were successful lu
preventing a, vot on Air. llutler's mo
tion. The strength of its support however,
was indicated by the vote of Mr.
Chandler's motion to procd to the
consideration of executive business;
which was, yeas 1J; nays, 34. and all
suhfetiutnt votes preserved that rela
tion. During the filibustering proceedings
Mr. Hill and Mr. Allen, ipop.. Srt.i in
Urcliangvd remarks not entirely con
sistent with senatorial courtesy. The
obstructive tactics prevailed to the
extent of fortius un adjournment
without a vote on Butler's motion to
take up the bill, hit It he is to renew
FIRE AT FOREST CITV.
UurUiier'a l.urgv Tt'ut'iiieiil II tultl ii
is Uurucil to Ihe (Ground.
Speolul to the Scrantn Tribune.
Forest City, Pa.. May 21. About one
o'clock this morning, tin- was discov
ered lu the not th end of the large tene
ment building of N. K. UarUner. situ
uted on th corner of lielaware and le
pot streets. Before the tire companies
reached the scene the tlauies hail made
such headway that it was impossible
to save the structure ari l all that c.uld
be done wus to guard adjacent build
ings. The liardner -house was vacant
nd has been for some time, with the
exception of one apartment on the
southern end which was occupied by
Kdward Tormey. Tormey succi eded In
saving part of his household effects, lie
had no insurance.
Enterprise J lose company was first
to reach the scene and soon had two
streams play Ini; on the tlames. Hill
side Kirn company quickly followed
and turned on a third stream. The fire
men fought bravely for almost three
hours nnd kept the lire cnnliued to the
structure In which it originated. The
house wns almost totally consumed nnd
the roof and one side fell In.
liardner had an Insurance on the
house, but ns he is a resident of Clifford,
It has not been learned how much.
- - - -
SUNK MONEY IN CHICAGO.
Ilauk ut Kdwardxbtirt;, M it'll., Closed
by Ihe Cashier's Action.
Kdwnrdsburg, Mich.. May 21. The
Citizen's bank closed yesterday. At a
meeting of the stockholders the cashier,
J. L. Kleckner. acknowledged he had
spent over J6.0MU of the bank's money
on the Chicago board of trade, as well
as J16.0W of his own money. He gave
his note with security for the amount
and will not be prosecuted.
The bank will resume operations as
soon as mutters can be straightened up.
Miss Antique "This Is a portrait of my
gieut-Kruiul mother, painted by one of the
old masters; and the next is a portrait of
Mr. Gallant "Also painted by one of tin
old musters, 1 presume." Truth.
Help Wanted Mat.
tion I u ran vans; $4.00 to $" UU a day mmle;
sell at klitht; also a man to sell Staple HocxU
to dealers; best side lino JT.'. iW anumth: sal
ary el' lame commission made; experience
unnei-pssaiy. Clifton Heap and Manufacture
in Co., Cincinnati, O.
WANTED WELL-KNOWN MAN IN
' every town to solicit stock subseriu
tions; n monopoly; hig money for aitotits; no
capital required. KDWAKU C. FISH CO.,
Hurileii Block, Chleairo. 111.
OTKAMHHIP TICKET AND DRAFTS AT
1 J. A. BAKKO.VS, 215 Lackawanna ava
il uo, Hcrantuu.
WANTS OP ALL KINDS COST THAT
MUCH. WHEN PAID KOR IN AD
VANCE. WHKN A BOOK ACCOUNT
IS MADE. NO CHARGE WILL BE LFS3
THAN !S CENTS. THIS RULE AP
PLIES TO 8MAI.T. WANT ADS , EX
CEPT LOCAL SITUATIONS. WHICH
ARB INSERTED KREE.
Kclo Wanted Females.
MRU WANTED FOR GENERAL HOUSE
VI work Apply to the Mreen RUigu House,
l."il Dickson aveuue.
WASTED -A YOUNG LADY WITH
V kuowletlce of lookkep-iuK and ateuotf
rapliv. HEX FORD CO . :M Lseknwannaave,
IAD1ES I MAKE BIG WAG EH DOING
J pl&smit linne work, and will tflaiUy semi
full particulars to all fending ;! it nt stamp.
MS M. A. STEiHUNS. Lawrence, Midi.
U 'ANTED -LADY AGENT IN SCRAN
ton to sell and introduce Snyder's oaka
icing: txieriemiil canvasser preferred: worn
(ei-iuaiivut and very prorttaMe. Write for
particular!! at iiniv anl get iieueAt of lioliilar
trade. T. II. SNYDKU it CO. Ciiiiinnati, O
WANTED IMMEDIATELY -TWO EXF.R
it pctio ralffiHuinen to ropn-a nt lis.
Gnavanteeil fii a day without interfering with
other ilnties. Healtliftil occupation. Writo
for particulars, iin'liwing Slump. Manci Cliem
leal t ompauy. No. 7 John street. New Y'ork.
O I " PER .MONTH WILL KENT A HOUSE
eonlain'Ug S rootua, hot and coltl
wnter, bath tub. anil n brs well ventilate !
cllar Apt ly to TilOS. D. WILLIAMS, I.V.U
VINE ROOM BUCK.I01 SPRUCE STREET,
Iv central location; rcat iiiutU-ratt). Ad
J 'OUR HOO.MU Wl Olivo street, arrancud
for l'i-iit hoi.aukeepintf; nowly ainted
'OR RENT-HALF OF Dol'BI.E HOUSE:
J mmlorn iniproremonts; rent reasonable;
roTner of l'iuu and lllakely utrects, Duiiniore.
.""OR RENT-TEN ROOM HOUSE; ALL
tviivvnitiices. luquiro ut 1:..M
I 'OR RENT-NICE..! FURNISHED HALL
I1 suitahln for lodge rooms. JOHN JEli
5IYN, Hi) Wyoming ovenue.
A YOUNG SPAN OF VERY FINE DARK
cucHtnut driving horsos for Rile: can be
seen Friday. May . from 11 to H o'clock at
driving stable of Frank Evorott.&Hblx court.
A. J. GERE.
V'OR SALE A SILVER-PLATED CONN
" douliln bll ennhonltim, nicely enirraVf d
with trombone, bell gold lined; uoariy now
and l ost S'.KI; will null at a brimaiti. Vlilress
this week to E. V. GAYLORD, LoRayaville,
.Oit SALE SIX-YEAR-OLD HOffE,
carriaKO and baruoss tli-ap. ltu Merid-
I'OR SALEOR RENT-SIX-ROOM ED COT
tuge, Wyoming Camji Ground; partly
furnisliod. W. H. HAZl.ETT, Scrauton. '
?OH SALE HORSE AGED SIX YEARS.
weight 1.000 puuuds; can be seen at id
I?01t SALE - MY COTTAGE AT ELM
hurst nnd the four lots on which it
atands: nUo the four lots adjoining; most de
sirable location lu Elmhurst; prices reasona
ble: terms easy: ponsefisioii given nt once. K.
P. KINOSUL'HY. Couunouweulth Buildiiii;,
1 'OR SALE-TWO HORSES, 2 BUTCHER
1 wngons. UbugKles, 1 sleigh, liarnesscaand
all of butcher's outfit: also me it market for
rent; going uutof business; must lie sold by
April 1st. Innuire of L E. UCHULLER,
Blakoly street, Dunipore.
Best Is None Too Good."
SITUATION WANTED BY A MIDDLE
O au tl iukI maa; gn i hoktler, ro d Har
dener, good uulker. Addruu 11 'JSJ spruce
SITUATION WANTED BY Y'OUNG MAN,
O experience in grocery ; apeak Lithuanian,
Pohaa and Hungarian. Address C. H. C Jill
Waxte,-posit1On AS BARTENDER
or restaurant e ok. by young man 2S
yaars old; eight years' Tierieiice:eume rec-omnond-l.
Adori-s J. W. S . Tribune oftVo.
SITUATION WASTED-BY A YOUNG
lady; thoroughly understand bxikkeep
or wo : Id acct-f it a position as clerk in store.
Addr. n COM I'ETENT, jil Sumner in., eity.
ITL ATION WANTED BY A RELIABLE
. . i .. m .).!.. llmlMtflli! I t III-
ily: cnuDlry urererne. U. UL'KCU, Rear
PII'J Lifavette street. Scrauton.
SITUATION WANTED BY' A BOY lo
O yearn of ae. desirous rf learning tbe
drug business. Address corner Ninth and
Fellows streets, rity.
1 RUGS --RELIEF OK PERMANENT PO
1 sitien wauled by a graduate of the Phil
adelphia College of i harniaey: over 5 years'
cxtwi iencn. Addr s KOHERT SUERA'IN,
tC East Market street city.
yoiTNG LADY V(11'7dL1KE POSITION
1 inottice; nutleistands st'Oiouraphv and
typewriting: has hail exrerieueo. Address
NELLIE, Ui N. main avenue.
CITUATION WANTED-KY A YOUNG
O ui.tu: has had e-tperieu v. Addresi U.,
tiri'ATION WANTED-BY A YOCKG
O lady of koml business ability, as clerk or
ofri o assista:;!:. TUoroutfhly umlerit ands
book keo.lnr. Address "CAt'ABl.K,"ISum-
A 'ANTED -BY AN F.XPEHT ACCOUNT
11 uut and liiMikkueper, position to tuko
charge of a set of books morning or evenings,
or would accept of a permanent position
lietwcn til- hours of 0 and o 11. m.. 111 . very
modernt salary. Addrus "EXPERT," Trib
une Otlli e
'I'O (1() OUT WASHING, WASHINGS '
I tnl:en home also. Call or uddresa L. U.,
iCU Sumner Av. Hyde Pant.
CITUATION WANTED -BY A RESPEC
1 table widow, as housekeeper with small
family. Can Kive refertneca. Address, House
Keeper, Trihniio Ofllce.
SITUATION AS BUTCHER--GOOD MEAT
i Cutter, willing tn pcddla or teml Market.
Tl10n.11 jlily understands th butiuesi. Ad
dress. Biiti her. :ty Forest (;ourt.
SITUATION WAN 1 ED-BY A YOUNG
0 lady as eli'rk or otriee-assistant, thornuRh
ly understands book-keeping, ote., Address,
"Competent." "i:l Suiunur Avenue.
S ITUATION WANTED-A YOUNG M1D
dlo a-jed man wants position as collector.
Speaks German nnd English. Wdl furnish a
JliHOI security. Address, W. G., Tribune
CITl'A IION WANTED BY F1RST-CLAS
1 liutcbe-; ly one that understands the
business thoroughly; well tisud to green
markot nnd nrstera and fish, or around
aroccry department. BUTCHER, this oflice.
SEALED PROPOSAI.8 WIL BE RE
O ceived by rhe ('hnirman nf the Heine
Committee, of tlin Scrauton Poor Board until
Friday, .luno A, l'Wi. for the furnishing and
putting in place of an electric lighting plant
at Hillside Home, according to plans and spec
itlcaticiis which m ly be seen at the othce of
Director Frederick Fuller, Scrauton, Pa.
Each proposal must bo accompanied by cash
or certified check to the amount of five per
cent, of the bid to bo forfeited in oasn of re
fusal to make contract if awarded. Tbe board
reserves tin richt to reject any or all bids.
All proposals must bo endorsed "Proposals
Electric Lighting," anil addressed to
MRS. FRANCES a SWAN.
Chairman Home Committee
Scrauton, May 7. lHtW.
Qinn INVESTED NOW IN WHEAT OR
O'vl stocks under our safe method will
make von handsome profits. Send for particu
lars and book, free. JORDAN CO., Celuui
bia Building, New Y'ork.
Furnished Rooms for Rent.
BURNISHED ROOMS, WITH USEOFOA8,
1 hot nnd cold batb, sitting aud reading
rooms. 'J 1 Lackawanna avenue.
Call and see them,
more than we ask.
Orrn-K ok tpe Boafu or Commissioners
Ol' I'LUl.lO U UO UN US ANIl BLII.llI.NU!
Daniel H. Hastlnjs, J. C. Delaaey,
Amos. H. Mylln, benjamin J. Haywood,
Auditor General. btute Treasurer
IJltoroSALS FOR FURNISHING 8TA
tlouerv. Fuel and other SupDlies.
In compliance wttli the Constitution and
laws of tlio Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,
we hereby invito sealed proiioBals, at prices
Mow maxiiuum rates llxed In scheilules. to
furnish stationery, furniture, fuel and other
snnplles for the several departments of the
State Government, ami for miikini; repairs in
the several tiecartmeuta and for the distribu
tion of the pulilic documents, for the year
end in the lirst Tuesduy of June, A 1), tu;
Separate propoaala will he received and sen
ara'e contracts awarded as announced In said
schedules. Each proposal must be accom
panied by a bond, with at least two aurlcties
ur oneauriety company, approved by a Juilve
of the Coil' t of Common lieas of the county
in which the persou or persons may reside,
conditioned for the faithful performance of
the contract, and addressed and delivered ts
the Board of Commissioners of Public Grounds
and Buildings heforo twelve o'clock M . of
'I ucsday the li day of Juno. A. D.. 1HH(. at
which time the proposals will bo opened and
published, in the Reception Hnom of the Ex
ecutive Department at Hnrriahtira'. and con
tracts awardod as soon thereafter as prac
ticable. Blank bonds and ehednles containing all
necesaary information can be obtained at this
3. C. DELANEY.
For tho Board nf Commissioners of Public
Grounds and Buihlinifi.
'"piIE SOLDIER IN OUR CIVIL WAR."
1 You want this relic. Contains all of
Frank Leslie's famous old War Pictures,show
hilt the forces hi actual battle, sketched on the
spot. Two volumes, 'l.UUO pictures, Hold on
easy monthly payments. Delivered by ex
press complete, all charges prepaid. Address
P. O. MOODY, (Ui Adams Ave., Scrauton, Pa.
BLANK BOOKS. PAMPHLETS, MAGA
tines, etc., bound or reliound at Tils
Thihu.nu officii, guick work. Reasonable
make this display to notify the public that our
602-804 UCKJL IVL, COR. IDIIi
IN RE: APPLICATION FOR 1NCORPORA
1 tion of tho Maitland Driving Park Asso
ciation. I11 th Court of Common Pleas of
Lai-kiwanna Counny.No. OKI. June Terra,
Notice la hereby given that application will
he made to said Court, or to one of tbe Jurifes
thereof, on Saturday, the 30th day of May,
WW, at fl o'clock a. m , undor an Act entitled
"An Act to provide for tho incorporation and
regulation of certain corporations," approved
April S, 1874, and its supplements for the
charter of an intended corporation to be called
"The Mnitland Driving Park Association, of
Wallsvilln Pa. " the onaracter and object of
which is to encourage the breeding and devel
opment of the light harness road horse, and
for such purposes to have, possess and enjoy
all of the rights, benefits and privileges of
said Act of Assembly and its supplements.
E. C. NEWCOMBTsolicitor
ADIRRI Chichester's Englith Pennyroyal PMi
. I . 1 I n - H.M. MI.. ntll.W.
f k. no olb.r. si 4c.t mmsi, fr .rtkuUrl, " IUIIf
to u.ii..." i imis i.y Return Mall, at unai.
Chichester Chemical Co.. PhUada., Fa.
ROEBlrta'S CELEBRATED TANSY AND
Pentrfroyal Pills; imported: absolutely
safe: harmless; superior to all others; never
tails, anv stave: thousands of happy ladies: fl
by mall. Hold only by BOTANICAL SPECI
FIC CO.. Hi Fifth Avenue, New York.
209 Washington Avenue,
Opp. Court Mouse.
Hake Over Mattresses,
Make and Repair Sprinft
Sell Iron Beds,
Make Fine Mattresses.
lr ANTED SALESMAN: SALARY FROM
V atari; permanent place. BROWN
BROS, CO., Nurserymen. Rouaester, N. Y.
GENTS W AN TED-TO BELL CIG ARS;
T5 per month salary and expeasee paid.
Addraee. with two-cent stamp, FIGARO CI
OAR CO.. Chicago.
AGENT8-TO SELL OUR PRACTICAL
gold, silver, nickel and copper electro
platers; price from VI upward; salary and ex-
Kmsrs paid; outfit free. Address, with stamp,
1CHIGAN MFG COm Chicago.
AGENTS T08ELLCIGARS TO DEALERS;
$ij weekly and expenses; experience un
necessary. CONSOLIDATED MFG. CO., 4
Van Buren St., Chicago.
S" ALEBMAN TO CARRY BIDE LINE; 2
per cent, commission; sample book
mailed free. Address L. N. CO., Atatlou L,
AT ON CE AGENTB APPOINTED TO
sell new lightning selling table clotb.mos
qulto aud bouse fly liquid at 10 cents and 24
cents a bo'tle. Sample tree. BOLOIANO
M'F'G Co., Baltimore, fid.
AGENTS HINDE'S PATENT UNIVER
sal Hair Curlers and Wavers (need with
out heat), and "PyrPotnted"Hair Pin Lib
eral commissions. Free sample and full par
ticulars. Address P. O. Box 454, NewYork.
CARPETS MADE TO ORDER JACOI
WALTER, S27 Wyoming avenue.
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