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THE SCRANTON TBIBUNia-WEDNESDAY. MARCH 6, 100i.
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SC CANTON, M.W.CH (i. 1901.
Inurc.iFctl Iti'tnancr- r.itos arc Hip
nntiirnl consequence of elpcrrtiHvd pro
fi'llmi UKulnsl lire? Insurance com-i-siil.
h 111 c not In business solely for
the Koncrnl koimI ICatrn m 111 illiiilti
Ish vvlirn pi oii'i't lun Increases.
J-'air Play for the Legislature.
' i: HOLD no brief of de
tente for the nicst-nt
legislature of Penimyl
xanlu. Ah a lnvv.miikiiicr
bndy It must stand nr full In nubile
favor by the Judgment given ilion its
coiupleteil locortl. Hut wo do protest
.-icallist the iiiciul.-iclouH attempt of cer
(Jin mouthpieces of the minority fae
tion In nopiiblliMii mate politics to
pronounce an nntriitlifiil verdict before
tlio evidence Is In.
Two yeuis ago there was 11 literary
buieau at Hiirilsburg under pay of tin
iiiMurgeut coalition and It threw
scruples to the winds. Hy Us distor
tion and perversion of the truth, It
colored and polluted the news cut rents
from which the people derived Infor
mation as to the elolngt of Ihelr elect
ed icpresentatlves: It Imagined and Im
puted vicious motives behind every
act or bill Indorsed hy the oiganlza
tlon: it held the state ollleiuls up to
systematic and unmerited reproach;
and It tried Its best to deceic the
lommonuealth. for a malicious unci a
difhoncht purpose. In the entile rec
111 d of political conspiracies vt do not
recall another Instance p.nallel with
1 his lit the mendacity with which
printers' Ink was suborned to ills
icpiHable ends; anil It is to the lasting
i-n-dll of tlo plain people that with
Aw exception's they saw through the
bunco tr.imc and declined to be fooled.
Today this Mantlet- mill Is showing
-SMut'toms of revival. The machinery
Is rusty anil tlie sharting mildewed,
but desperate efforts are helm? made
' Ret up steam piiourIi to grind tha
old grist over again. .Sensational stor
ies are appearing about the fright ful
extravagance, of "tho gang;" columns
of conspicuous type arc deoted to
f-nundlnir false alanns for tho terror
izing of (he timorous taxpayer; and
when there Is no basis of fact to b ick
up the stupendous exaggerations put
out, recourse Is had to Innuendo and
malicious surmise or to coaiso wit
It Is not likely that this repetitive
programme of misrepresentation will
weigh heavily on the public mind; but
In the Interest of decency and fair play
nevertheless suggest that the legls
lalure bo not condemned until it in,
done, that which meilts ropiobitlou.
Every session has Its fool bills, its
"snakes" and lis grab". Nu assembly
Ik to be Judged by what comes before
It but by vlmt passes through It 011
the way to become law. As yet only
a few bills have reached the governor.
or these only two have been especially
:rltlclzcd; the new I'lillmlelpiiin murt
bill and tho "ilpper." In botli In
Htanccs tho bulk of tho criticism is en
gendered hy political motives. Hotli
Idlls muH await tho test of tho courts
mid of time. Neither atfords Justifica
tion for maniacal shrieks. Hy what
is yet to reaHj the governor must tho
lecord of tho picsent legislative jes
Hon be made up. If It bad, tho time
to say bo is wlien the record is closed.
Jf It Is good, Ijlng ubout It will not
mako It bad.
Friends nnd enemies of tlie meusure
vlll do well to icfraln from wasting
'lofiuence upon the subject until it
has-been decided whether the ripper"
is constitutionally eorieet.
Scientific Regulation ot Hiirriagc
IN A XUMDEU of state legisla
tures propositions have been in
troduced to establish mote strin
gent regulations of marriage. In
the Indiana. enute a bill has Just
jiassed providing for tho appointment
of a commlEslon by the governor, to be
composed of two women who nro
mothers, two physicians of conceded
iiblllty, and ono nttoruey or high
htandlng, these to prepare rules for the
government ot officers In the Issunuee
nf nidi tinge licenses and of ministers
in performing- ceremonies. The bin
inovirtea further that licenses shall not
be Issued until tlie applicants have uti
deigonc examination, both ui lo phy
l Hoal health and as to moral untcce
lUiiis. To what extent It Is proposed
to cany these examinations is not
Hated, but tho idea back of all these
inoposltlous Is thut tho welfaie of so
t lety takes precedence oyer purely In
dividual Inclinations toward inaniago
1 ml Justifies the state in endeavoring
to prevent unions leasouably certain
to result In a vitiated posterity. ,
Tills kuhject has been rjiooted for
ages amousr scientists, but so fur as
wo know tueie hus never been found
(1 basis of legal restriction to which
jiubllc opinion has been willing to iglve
IK assent. In pait, a falsa Ucllcncy
has Interfered with n discussion of this
Important mutter, nnd where that linn
been overcome there has been hosltnti
cy to apply tho plain teachings of
science. Tho common notion Is that
the Immediate parties In Interest may
Kofely be left lo carry out their own
Judgments. Vet In view ot the fact
that society In other directions Is not
slow to employ the police power In
protection of Itself against manifest
dangers, ns In ittarniitlnes against
highly Infectious diseases, compulsory
vaccination, and other measures
which oveiilde tlie seeming liberty of
Individuals. It Is dinieult to say why
regulations should not lit enforced to
protect society against obvious dan
gets arising from the marriage of con
tinued criminals, degenerates and vic
tims of serious diseases.
The fact that Oils' has not bjen done
In the pat does not constitute any un
answerable reason why It may not
be done In the future, nnd It will be
done Just as soon ut public opinion de
Investigation to exclude Mr. flails
fioni the senate had better be aban
doned or the gentleman may bo
tempted to buy the capltol und take
It to Montana.
-Is Protection Doomed ?
HAS THR protective tariff
outlived its usefulness?
Will thcie soon arise
among the very Industrial
nnd commercial Interests which for a
third of a century have strenuously
advocated the doctrine of piotectlon lo
home Industries a demand for the sub
stitution of a purely revenue tariff?
These questions are suggested by a
significant passage In President Mo
Klnlcy's second Inaugural address,
wherein he said: "Our diversified
products are increasing In such unpre
cedented volume ns to ndmonlsh us
ot the necessity or still further en
latglng our foielgn markets by broad
er commercial 1 elation." This, from
the author of the Me.Kinley tariff and
the long-tccognlzed leader of the high
pintertliiti sentiment In America, I an
expression which a few years ago
would have been looked upon by op
ponents as a stultification and by
frjends ns.a herej ; jet It Is merely
a sign of the nation's rapid and won
derful economic progress, a progress
brought about under the high tariff
policy, which It has outgrown. Old
conditions aie passing away. New
conditions are arising. A new policy
for the future Is being shaped by new
events the policy of "broader commer
What that policy 1 likely to bo 1
stated with engaging frankness In the
current Ksue of trie Kmrlnccrlii?
News; "The urtlflctal stimulus afford
ed by protection has built up In the
I'nlted States an enormous productive
capacity, much beyond the ability of
this country alone to absorb. Our for
eign markets are more and more neces
sary to keep our mills' and factoiies
busy and prevent stagnation and idle
ness among employes, loss of wages
and purchasing power and consequent
financial disaster. The manufacturers
of the United States want the woiid'o
market. They arc big enough and
strong enough to compete with the
manufacturers of any other nation,
with a fair field and no favors. The
tariff wall about the lTnlted Stales Is
no longer needed to protect the In
fants Inside. These youngsters have
outgrown swaddling clothes and bands,
kilts nnd knickerbockers, and some
of them have developed such giant
stature as even to caue genuine alarm
to the mother which nuisod them.
Two pirtles alone contend for the re
tention of tills high tariff wall. The
one Is composed of politicians and
their following of voters to whom pro
tection lias become a shibboleth, and
who hae no knowledge of the fact
that the revolution which the past ten
years has wi ought In the Industrial
and financial system of the United
States demands a revolution In the
nation's position toward International
trade. The othr of these parties Is
composed of (he trusts, who Und the
tariff wall a convenient aid in main
taining excessive pi ices to the home
consumer, while they dump their sur
plus on foielgn markets at prices fixed
by International competition."
When the late James G. Itlalne threw
tlie weight of his powoiful Influence
In behalf of the principle of reciprocity
he foiesdw Just the developments
which have since taken p"acc and
sought with customary wigaclty to
fiafeguatd the protective sir icturc by
provisions lo meet thrm. lo Ipioelty
has performed a useful function. It
has tided the country over a transition
period and provided the substance of
free trade without assuming Its un
popular form. But It Is an increasing
opinion among tho l.uge exporting
intetcsts that reciprocity Is too
slow and too uncertain a method of
expediting a foreign commerce giown
to the enormous proportions which
our own has leached. It requires too
much dickering; it Is too subject to
variation and Interruption. There Is
bound to be felt sooner or later and
soon at the latest the need of a fixed
policy calculated so far as possible to
disarm the growing Jeulousy of our
cominercli'l ilvals and lo forestall
their tendency to coalesco In a de
fensive commercial alliance. Piotec
tlon, having perfoimed its ulloted
task, having been the means of stimu
lating tho most wonderful economic
development the woild has ever seen,
will gradually be laid aside and
In Its stead wilt be the "broader
commercial lelatlons" foieseen and
desired by tho president whoso
tiamo for nearlj a generation
lias stood n a political synonym for
11 high protective- tariff.
Itcv. Mr. Dlllonls and his enemies
seem to be very much In the position
of Lord Kitchener and the Itocrs. Ar
rests and counter nriests make It dif
ficult to decide who Jg on tho de
fensive. A writer for Mind alleges that nearly
Qverythlng in the way of reform und
advancement In this world has been
brought about through the yforla of
unbalanced men known In their time
as cranks. On the contrary many In-
I stances can ba clttd wheie the nolsv,
unbalanced element have not accom
The reports which allege that a deal
was made between the Hcpuhllcan
leaders In the senate and the Demo
cratic minority, whereby In exehango
for nsurance of support for the river
nnd harbor bill, thnt chiefly affected
Democratic constituencies, tho minor
ity scnatuis agreed not lo Ullbustcr
against the army appioprlatlon amend
ments, conferring upon the executive
power to cany out his plans In Cuba
and the Philippines, are doubtless er
roneous. Hut. If the Democrats did
sell out their "convictions" for "pork"
nnd get cheated at the eleventh hour,
it serves them tight.
Pat Crowe has confessed his In
nocence but modestly lefuses to come
forward and accept congratulations.
on Water Pressure
teller in IjjI Night's Timef.
SO MUCH ha heeli Mid of late In the 101m
ills and papers concerning the water pres.
sine maintained hy this company, and espe
cially with leference to the Ulv fire on
Lactauanna iitrnin-, and the matter Is such an
Important one to the city, that I make no apol
cy (cr stating the companj's position on the
We maintain a minimum prrmire at the level
of our uatet Ruace of alxmt forts lite pounds
vthirh Is eipiltalent to fifty pounds minimum on
l.aikattanna avenue. I'.xprrlpiiee eterjtvhore
shows that, ivith suitable httlranta In good order
.iml on pipes as lanrc as onra, tint priMure l
mote than ample to supply steamers ttlth all
nater required foi the mot ilespeime file.
Neither has there eter been JuM complaint In
S-rantnn of Insufficient vtater at tins etcept
when htdmtiti tvere out of unlet, or fior.cn, for
which 1 he responsibility irsts on lilj officials
Puilnc the lite Lackattanna .itrnue Are th"
piesure on our ofllce gusco at no time fell
helow fortj'tlte pounds. Had there been the
lack of water claimed hy Mr. Chittenden and
seme other", the cuapc would hate dropped to
at lejtt ten pounds In confirm itlon ot this, It
Is worth iinting that all limine tho Are there
was ample pieiMiic 011 the top floors of the
Hotel .termjn tseven storiesl, Connrll building;
(eljhl stories), and Mcars building (ten stories),
all drawlnir water from the mains fiirnislilnit
(earners at (he Are. This would not have been
the c.ie had these complaint of low pressure
To the (.eleit council committer lutlni; thl
matter in chaiite e supReMed .1 rlnipl experi
ment, by which all this lould be tested III open
dijIlRlit. in plain sight nf a thousand people.
Wo offered to build a little tank, open at the
top like a hogshead, to tuui die water from a
hvdrant Into it. and then let a city kteamer.
pumping lliiniifrh four bundled and odd feet of
hose, and with the same sire nozzles as at the
late fire. lis. to empt the tank. If the steam
er could not do so. It would certainly show
that, vtliatotcr eNe tn luklnc at that Are,
It was not water. a not that offer a fair
one? Nut beinc accepted, ll is pretty conohi.
five proof (hat the slatcnienH made by Mr.
rhittenden and other as to low prrmire are
not belietcd bj tlirrmrlir.
In his report to select roimcll last Thursday
liiulit. Mr. ( hillenden coinpliln that we de.
dined, in cae of fires, to let tlie city, at its
own expense, open the meat v dies thut rcyulato
the cltv pionie. Of couise we declined. Hoes
any man of cominun s,n.p seriously suppose
tint we would tr 11st to jnf one outside of
our own emplmcs tlip hindllng of what, If
raiolosly done, inlulit cjujp tinn.nuO xtoith of
damaire In ten minute? Mr. rhittenden alo
mm that his committee request that the In
ilranl prcMUte be laUcd from fiflj-flte to eighty
pound tta met by an absolute and unqualified
That mtsirpresent our attitude. We only re-fu-ed
in IncreaM- preisiire until It roulil be
shown that our present pressmc wa not suffi
cient for the city Meamrr to do their work
properly, when in tit condition and properly
handled. It i true tint we izatp a one reason
for declining to almost double our present pres
sure the fact that plumbing throughout the
illy his for twenty-dtp jcar bepn n.liiu-tci to
present procure and would not stand an fxee..
site iiiireje. Mr. Chittenden sits we lute an
atallalile prrMite of setenly-fin- pound and
peak light!.! of ativ risks to plumbing through
out the city a none of the company' affair.
Wp should nnl reitalnl.r neter dare turn 011
an.tthiiifr llko our full static pressure, unles some
one finaiiPlill stronger than Mr. Chittenden
would guarantee 11 against the claims for clam
age sutc to follow. One hour's experiment of
that kind would make us curtrd fioni one end of
Seranton to th other.
II Is also true that the pce.itc waste consp.
quent upon smli an Incieav-d picture ,i Mr.
Chittenden drire.- would In Itsrlf .ilonp protcnt
our adopting it. Since wp coii.ftidjpi tlie- Trotd
dencp s.ttlnn with ours we ate putting into
tht cltv the enormous quantity of about 2l,0mi,
(" galloin ot water dally for WO.hOn people,
being about -JIO gallon, or four hogshraiU of
water, dall.i, lo cter.t nun, woman and child
Wp cannot learn thai there i another place m
the I'nited Mates where such an exiesivc quin
lily of water to ejih Inhiliilanl I nd
In Boston, where the inosl gigantic K.tstem of
water work in Hie iltillj-d w-orlfl Is now under
omtruction. the icpoit of thp commissioners,
Just issued, tecm tilth, alarm hecaup the Use of
water ha acluall.t rlfti In HI gallons a person.
It I safp to hi that neaili one-half the water
in Seranton I needhssly wasted, and ptery oh
silting man know It. If ilipie were no other
ri-son. ,1 would be siithilcnt tint our -Vranton
sioiiwP sjsttin, comparatively one of the largest
in the countrv, and on which we hate drawn
sindily pier since list .lul.t, through the longest
ilrii'igV 111 ntord here, and which up hope I
still B"od br 10) dat more, would rot, in our
judgment, be .intiherp near mtticient If we
should ta'sp our prrsurp to the point Mr. Chlt
To provide for too moie than cxipssite wate
cerulti to piisiie, we should haie to anange
to build al lea.i two mote laigp storage icsrr
vohs on Itoaring Hrook, al a post of not Us Hun
t'ssi.cmo, incipasinj: our interest account by
LViOO pei annum, without thp addition of a
custom t. How should wp meet thl? Should
we ral-e late.' Hi would the city goternment
make anv ucli sum good to us. If tip adopted
Mr. Chittenden's uti'uMInn? And vet, while
cilllirr cm u to go to this enonnomly In-lie-i.cd
p-ikii-p, lr, Chittenden la a mt-mher
ul the councils wlilih. only lately, without in
a 111 tva.i ibV.Miltliig us a to what might or
what might not bo feasible, fixed a scalu of
water rate fur us, ledueini; by about half our
present laW, tthleb are alieady lower than
anv In thl region, the samp to take rffeit
ftrt of .piil next -being a scale, which, If
adopted b.v 11, would not sltld if venue enough
to pay the Interest on our bonded debt. I fear
that tho value of Mr. Chittenden' Ideal on
water is equaled onlt by the value of Id views
on the cent ol m. wlile h, to the merriment
of the city, in a late public Inteivletv, lip stated
cost 11 considerably lev than 11) unt a thous
and feet to make.
Mr. Chittenden calls the attention n Coun
cil In Hie "inirc.isliiR tension" hrtsvirn ns
and the cilj, to the "new altiiailnn'' ciealed
by tho rompw.i'a "uiifortunate ilrriiion," "in
tolling so much danger to the Tiluahle piop
crly, ptc" What new situation llu- tratrr
pressure remain u It has he-en for the last
twenty jean. If Unit- has been water enough
horcloloit, there it wiln- enough m,h-. Where
I th 'ineresilng tension" between 11 and the
city What lejion Is there fur an.v thing of the
kin it We know our dul.v to this city and to
oui cuitoiueit, Wp hair iIoiip II hpretnfoir,
we are doing it now. and up pmposp to contlmni
to do ll, iiiiinoinl In- rllhei abuse or llirean,
giving good service at fait and moderate price,
and Heating every man alike, without fear or
favor, no matter what ruimles tie may make
nor what disposition they may have lo Involve
ua In ikc-rilcs stilfe and trouble.
w : Spranton.
Match S, 1911
THE COHONATION OF M'KINLEY.
K'lltor nf 'the Trlbuno
bin I HiUik the. Time' editorial en the In-
A I'OI'ti.All ll.KARINCI IIOLSs" lor the1
i DrneHt ot All Who It.is ltouf to,
A ner.t. Heal Cstate or Other Piopcrty to Sell
or Kithinge, or Who Want Situation or '
Q Help Thf Small Advertlemecls Cost 1
A One Cent a Word, Sit Insertions for ITvc
y xeni w ord F.ieept Situations waniea,
y n men Are inserted tree.
two RooMi. KiitMsiir.n on rvttTiA n;it.
iilaliecl, In central city, by man and wife,
without tlilldiin. licorge K. Pails, ." Adam
Help Wanted Female.
vanti:i)-i:api:iui:x(i:i) fimi, nut iKNi:it.t.
hoiwcuorki small family! stood place lor
right party; must furnish tlrst-class reference.
Call at 413 Wheeler avemip.
-SS.f AAA,VrVAiAAilrVNAA SAAAA
r.NKItnUTIO SAI.KiMAN. SCHOOL 91 I'PI.II.S
Country work. Ilm) salarv and commission.
It. 0. Krans k Co., Chicago, 111.
sn'iATio.v w'si-i:n-nYT"iiov nrrwi'i:N
l.j und 10 .urns old, as driven can take care
of a horse. Addics Manley rricc, Itivcr slrei t
sn i' .vims wsrt:i) ve wa-sHish. clean.
ins.' 01 unv kind of daj work, Ul!) Cedar vc
Hie. Ml. Itu-ell.
SUIATIOV WAMIII) IIV .MAS. CiOOI) PLMN
and famy cook and baker. V.., '-It ct
SITCA'ITOS- t.NTi;i-IIV A MIDDl.l.-AOIa)
woman a housekeeper In small family. Al
dtess 2.l Irving atctiue.
HiTAiios wsii:i)-nv i Mumu.-..ia
mail as gardomn can give riicrcncc. Ad
dles C'u. Musncr, 11-1 Hickory street, tit.
VAN'i:t)i'oi'iii)v at c!i:m:h.i. ori'iti:
wcirl: by thoroughly cuiiipetrnt ouiu wn
man; excellent lef'rence. St Us cb.naiter of
woik and salary I!. 1". V, raie Trlliunp ofili".
AN l'.l'KRIKS(i:i sTKNOllllM'lll.l!. WII.LISil
to assist with books, desire position Willi
reliable tlrm; highest iefercme. Address .
C... Trlhuiip offtcp,
SITUATION WA.STI.D-I1V A YOfNIS l.D. t
houekrepei in .1 smill family witli a g-n-tlcmau
that has got a nlie home. Addnt. Mis
P., 1101 Prospect striiue, e-ity
WANTKD-MU'NO WOMAN M1 II (iOOIl
buslnrss capxhilitles want position as Men
ographer or bookkeeper. Address C. W. A . care
.'sSy'V-lt''--''Xky lS1SiV . vs.
fou sxi,i:-iioii:noi.i) .onus t isi-. pisu
TOR I.M.i: RlilltKU TIKr'.U IIHV C Allitl OK,
in good condition. Mr, luiiipr. Ills Mnl
roit sAi.r-Tiit: pmiiii: iidi skhoi.p i:r
fpet of the Sii-cdvi.is HousP. consisting of
fiirnituie, bedding, caipel. llnsn. dishes,
glassiiuip, up., ,-ti., will h sold to the highest
liidder at public sale on Wcilnc-dat, Manli li.
nt I" a in Site al ill -spiucc siipct. opposli-
Court House, between Washington and dims
avenue. Term ijh.
Koii sm:-m:v srnisii dnc-iioiiiii i.-
dies' ciriigp almost lew, Gould's make-,
cost flT.-i , will sell for Ui pply e Monroe
ron sM.K-iwo fors'iMus anh siiu.vini;.
II. Ilctan, 'JII W.voming .nenue.
liNi: horsi: roit -.xbr-si'M'smti iioad-
ter. sound ami kinj, color lij, weight ti. -tween
1,1)00 and t.inn pound; age elglit. Homi
can be (pen at T. II Watt place, (Uenbiiin.
Address Owner, S.19 vjonrop atrnue.
privatk sai.k or iior-si:iiof.n noon) i ok
one week., at 'its' Washington avenue.
For Sale or Kent.
1 on Sam-, on m..vr-Tiii: DitiMsr. pi;k
Hotel; el gantlt furnished, posison ulven
on tlip first el 11. of pril. Applf to Wilb.iui
Craig, can- I.. l!ohlnon's Sons' lircwer.i.
rou sale Tin: hem. itait and per
son.il propertv of the s-peediiay find Com
pany. Will bo sold to 1 he highest bidder for
cash Wcdnesdat, ID . m.. at ill spnicp stiei-i.
oppositp t Vint House.
Wanted To Buy.
WAtmiDSlXOND TlANlT SI.0 T M ACHINCS:
must be in sood order, etate particulars as
to male and price Address L. il., Kcnetal de
liver, Seranton, I'a.
n itMsiir.n rooms ion iii'sTi.rMi.s. is
best locallti evntril 1I1.1; all modern Im
protemenl; references, ty,, Tilbune.
Money to Loan.
SIOMA TO LOAN ON IMPHOVKP IITX HE1,
estate HKNR tlli.lN. 1R.
tllxS II ri.I I.S
THOMAS SPRVtil E.
HONEY TO LOAN ON ROND AND MOMTOAOE.
sny amount. M. II. Holgate, Commonwealth
ANY AMOUNT Of" 110ST.V TO I OAN'-QUICK.
jtralght loans or Ruildlng and 1.01,1. At
from i to I per cent. Call on N. V. Walker,
314-Sn Cornell building.
WANTED TOR f. P. ARMi : AIJLE BODIED,
unmarried men between ages ol IX and "5;
citizens of United States, of s00l character ard
temperate habits, who can speak, read and
write English. Recruits specially desired fur
mice in Philippines. Foi Information appl
to Recruiting Office. Ill Wyoming ivc., btran
,S SSSSSAAASSSSAS ISSSS
un-Ess n.MTritst roit sale. :i cent"; for-
mer price, )l.oO. Mr Mac Donald, Mi Wash
augural ceremonies ot McKlnle.v I In keeping
with the geneial make-up of tlie Times at all
times never honest and lettable and very poor
and rubbish, indeed. As 10 the luxurious and
Uv.s,' Inauguration ceremonlis, I jw the tlm
1. p and liugal Democratic party Induct Mr.
Clew land into nfllip and 'lie festivities then
compare quite fauuabl.t with those Just passing,
except (hit there was not at mm h enthusiasm,
lhc "half million people" were not present lo
glte tlii-lr approbation as (Iip.i hive just done
foi William Mi Klnlry. Cieorge W.- Smith,
bcianlon, Marcli .
NUBS OF KNOWTaEDQE.
Mwilsslppl has no large ill. Vicksbiug Is
the metropolis of the tale.
Twentt-right of this counties ol Southern Mi'h
fgan hstp lost 10,000 rural population.
llics silk Induslr of I bin cinplo.t. il I tH
mated, from four to ilx million people.
Tlie Frercb Lejilcii of Honor Is the blgget
order of merit. It number cMd.iXs) member,
Within the list twenty jcar freight rale
from and to England have decteaied from JO to
73 per cent,
The colonial revenues nf Kreat nritaln, that
Is, the United Klngdrni, lute almost quvlruplrcl
alnce 1S50, while tho population has only dou.
The roal fields In I'ikp and Johnson counties,
in Kentucky, are reported to bo among the finfst
in the world. Tho velna run from four'lo four.
teen feet canned and bituminous ioa.1,
moiii: roit rtKNT-MTi ati:ii in nintsov
lit, laicka.vanna county. P within' is)
tiiil of the Delaware and Lackawanna Railroad
rom jtiy'o. Storrs' coal breaker, and les distance
lo the Kits Hill CXial and lion conipany's Rich
mond No. .1 breaker. 'Ihore two csilllcrle em
ploy ikj to Km hand. Ilalltoad facllllle 'or
clcllvfiy and sending fu-lglit tint clas. and n
good place lor i grain and feed mill. The store
I SO by it feet, two stoile. cellar under all,
and ha hern occupied for tut eir by the I'.'V
It'll (Val nnd Iron lon-pany until late: U In
good ci-nilltloii for general stnie buliies. Apply
t Willi Jin It. Richmond. Ithlimond Hilt, BUS
Norlh Main avenue, Srantuii, Pa.
I'Olt RENT-TIIHEi: Oil I'OI'lt VI-.IIY I'l.l' V
ant unfurnished nmnis for light ho'ilp
log. Adults only, W. II., Tribune i.llhe,
I'OR RENT-- l)EIRAni,r. OKKICKS IN THE
Rurr building, Apply U It. Mosher, 412
I'Olt R E.ST--STOinT A S I) ' "llASEMEN I' wirn
heat. Inquire .111 Linden street,
FINE HOt'Si: KOH RENT, ON MM)sOS- AVI'.
rule; inoclein m mvementa. Apply lo A.
rop, 12.1 Lackawanna avrnup.
10R RENT-TO MAN AM) WIFE WiTIIOI T
thlldieti, part of 11 stpam heated hou.c;
fine location: posvsiloii Mvrdi 1 If desired.
Apply al 8.TJ Monioe avenue.
HOTEL FOR ltENT-lN'OUIltK OF MRS. T. L,
'one. Main treel, Tsvlor.
MRS. ll. F. noLIVH IHUtlDCNl'i:, ITS I N0T.TH
Washington avriuie, for rent, tarnished or
nrfumlshed. Apply 7.:r, Noilh Washington -ne
W3 OREEN RIIXli: STIIKF.T, TEN IIOOVIS,
modern Improtcmcnta; steam heat, furnished;
Wanted To Bent.
WANTED-S ROOM HOi;"E. WITH CONVEN-
lemes. Address f Tllbnnc offiip.
AN ORDLSASCI' PROVIDINO 1'OU fHE I11.UC
latton of tclegriph iml telrphonp, stre't
railway and watoi couipjuica In the ue of the
public liiglnia9 of the lloiouxh of Old Forge hj
said compatilts, ami fur collection of the annual
Hi 1 nee from the sa-ne.
WHEREAS, The ooeupalicn ol the piibllo high
waj b.v private corporations fir the use of rlc
tile wire, poles, main, trenches, railway Hacks
and rinssliigs, tequiics public supervision and
iminlclpcl tcsDonsl'illllv: tliercforp
RE If ORDAINED by Iho llurg and Town
Council of the llorougli of Old loigp, In Town
Council assembled, as follo.'.si
Section I. That tor tho purpose of reguhtlng
Hip lisp of public I1iahu.1l of Hie lloiough
ot Old rorgc, by tpejraih, telephone, water and
street railway c'oiupaulcs, or b lessees thereof,
or hy am pericn or persons operating undei
said t-iinip.inies, tip shall be annually licensed
and rcglsteie-d, within tliiiti da.ts after the Pa
sngp of this ntdinanip. and aiinutll.t tlirrrafUr,
and before the first dj.v of April. KH, b le
quired to pav to the llniougli of Old Foigp the
follottirig sum. lespeitltelj tor s.ihl license"
Even tilegraph conipany, ore dollsr for eic'ii
pole owned by said nmpin. and two dollais
for each mile or part nf mil.' of suspended who
rrspci tivi-l.v eriiteil in utnl over the public
blglmaj within the public mound nf the Tim
niigli 01 Old Forgo.
Eiciy teleihom eoiiipanv, mio dollii (1st fs)
for eacli polp iiniu-d In Mid icmpant, and two
dollars ((.-'.isi) for eai li mile 01 pall of nillc ol
suspended wii-p prpctcd n jfoiofuld
Etcr.v water company, two dnlhr i'.'PO) for
e.icli mile of wter main on tlie lln of said
highwaj in ih H'li.iuh or Old I'oige.
Even- strict railway, one dollar (1 00) Tor 1J1I1
polo owned by Hip s.ild coniuiit, and tltt.t clol
lir (:o.no) for each car opir.ited on ami our
the public- highways and within the public
RI011111U of the lloiougli nt Old 'i,rgr
cclion I -The liurje shall, upon piytiunt
madu of the ivspiulvi' iinns afonsald, Issiip .1
license for one tear, to the ponv applting fu
tli- mine, and the Hinges shall keep aresistcr
nf such liiiiisc, win rein shall b entered thf
name of the II. (bis the dalp of the license and
the umount paid, and for what purpo.e.
Section .1. EtPiy compan or person offendin
against thp provisions of this Ordinance shall
piy 11 pcniltv of not pxn'i-dimr five dollar (fV()
per day tor each dav tlolallou thereof. In ail
dilion to thp license ntcrpsaid
.I01IS' E M0R(JN.,
II. .1. Judge, Seeietarv.
Approved Maich Ith. Pill.
R. WILLIS REE,
ESTATE OF ARMINDA NEELD. DECI:T.:d!
I.p((cr (estamentar on the estate of Arminda
Neehl, late of (ho t'i( of Seranton. deceased,
have been granted to the undersljnd, to whom
all persons indebted to Mid estate ate requested
to make pajment, and thoc having claims or
demands, to make known same without delav.
C. '. NEELD.
II. . REYNOLDS,
II. 1. REYNOLD". Eiecutoi-..
Attorney for lilale
IN HE; ESTATE 01' DANIEL W. Sl'LLIVAs'
To Whom It Ma Concern'
The Orphans' Court of Lackawanna County has,
granted n rule to show cause wh Mary sulh
tan, pxeiutrix of the la't will and ttstmu-nl
of Daniel W. Millltan, should not bp disihaiged.
Returnable In next xrgument ('ouit,
II. P. HLNOLDs, Exec-utrU.
Attorney for Estate.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCKIlOf.l).
ci) ot Hie t.ickatvanna linn and Steel Com
pany, for the election of directors and trainae
tion of such other businc a may properl.v
come before th tr-eeling, will bp held at tb
ofliip of tho Company In the City of Spranton,
remujlv-ania, on Wedncsda). M.irt li 8th, 1MC1,
at i o'clock p. rn. Hip polls will remain open
for one hour, The Tiaiifer Hooks will he ctos-d
on February 24lh, 1P01, and re opered on Mach
7th, 1001. J. P. IIHJtJIN'sOV.
Seranton. P.i , IVbiuary 21, HOI.
ADMINISTRATOR'S. SOI CI. - ESTATE Ot
Oeorge L, Preston, deecaspd
Notice is herein glten tliat letters of adminis
tration upon Hie estate of George L. Preston,
late ot the city or seranton, county ot i.ps 1
wiinn, deceased, have liocn granted to the under
All person having claim or Judgments against
the estate of said elece.ised arp requested to make
known ranie In me without delay. And all per
son indebted thereto are required (o make im
mediate pajment to
SAMUEL II. slE.ESS. Administrator,
WELLES k TOIIREY. Attorneys for Estate.
TO THE HOLDER OF BONDS NUMBER
seven (7i. eight Is), fortj one (tl) and
forty-si; (If.) of (he Colllriv Engineer lompinj.
being Iho bonds bearing date October 1st, IPS,
and sec mnl hi trust mnitgage of that ilite,
Please lakp Notice thit in pursuance of Hip
provision. of Hi' said bond and the trust nmri
gigp gltpn to secure Hip samp, the bonds a
numbered abotp have been drawn by lot for
pament on the first daj of April, tfl, and viu
are hereby notified that the same will be piid
on tlie first day of Apiil. IBOI, at the Lxcki
wanna Trast ond Safp Deposit Company', Trustep
named in the lru.t mortgage alcive rrfpirnl to,
(ogi'ther witli Interest coupons allaclied thereto
and remaining unpaid, and that interest will
tease after the said elite
THE COI.LH'.IUi ESfilST.ER COMPANY.
Siranlon, Pa., February 2Jth, 1'sOl.
PROFESSION A L.
Certified Public Accountant.
E. C. SI'AUI.DINO, 221 BROADWAY, NEW
fcDWARD II. DAMS ARCHITECT, tONNEI.I,
FRKDEUICK L. DROWN, ARCHITECT. PRILE
building, 1 2c" Washington avenue, Scaiitcn.
Cabs and Carriages.
RUBBER TIRED CR SD ( MIKA(iKi: BEST
of servbe. IVinpi attention glieu orders bj
'phoiip, 'PIioiips 2412 and 8H .lus-'ph hclby,
D. ( . K. F.ILI'.NBERtJEH, FALI.I IIUILDIMI,
Spnue stiert, scrimton,
iMi,."cLArnAf'iL nr. wvomivi ayTIsi"
(1, It. CLARKE HO, SEEDIMI'.N AND NI Ir
eriiien, store 201 W'xihlngton arenue; gT'n
hoiicr. 1030 Noith Main atenue; atore tele
Hotels and Restaurants.
TniTELK CAFE, 125 AND 1J7 FIIANKLIN AVE.
Hue, Date teaaouable.
V. ZEIOLER. Proprietor,
SORANTON HOUSE, NEA1I IL, L. A- W. PAS.
enger depot. Conducted on the European plui,
VICTOR KOCH, rreprietw.
KltANK K. IIOYLE. ATIORNEY-AT-LAW.
Rooms. 1.', II, 10 and 18 Rurr building.
J. W. DROWN, ATTORNF., AND COUNSEL,
lor-atdaw. Room !H2-ai1 Mears hulbllnif,
D. II. HEPLOdLE. ATTOHNEl -LOANS S'EOO
Hated on real platp H-ruilly, Means bulldlnf,
confer Washington .itenue and Spline street.
WILLARD. WAIIItF.V .tc KNM'I. ATJOHNEVH
and pounsellnrs at law. Republican building,
JLS'iI'I' V JEsst P. ATIORSF.l ND COI'N.
aellora-atdaw. CotntiionviTulth building, Rooms
10. 20 and 1,
EDWARD W. THAYER. TTOhN F.Y.
IXst-not, Pth door. Mer luilhling.
L. A. WVTRf.st, ttohni:y-at-law, ROARD
oT Trade building, Srrai.ton, I'a.
r ttersov rTwiLcox, "traderV" nationaT.
O. COMEflY,", 0-1.1 IIEPFIILICAN nl'ILIllSfl.
A. W. I1F.RTIIOLF, ATTORNEY. MEAH1 lll.DO.
Physicians and Surgeons.
DR. W. n. ALLEN. 513 NORTH WVSIIINCnON'
DR, P. W. I.'MOREU, Ol'FHE VHi WASH
Ington avenue, Hi'shlencp. 13P Miilberrv.
Chronic dixeace. lungs, heart, kldr.ets and
genlto-urlnary organs a spptlall. Hours, 1 to
4 p. m.
SCHOOL OF THE LACK WANNA." K RAMOS.
I'a. Course preparatui (o college, law, medi
cine cr buslned. Opeiu Sept. ISth. Send lit
cattlegue. Rev. Thomas M. Cimi, Lis I)., prin
cipal and proprl.-tor; W. K. I'lumley, A. !!,,
KUETTEL. nEAIt .Ml HI HAWASS
Seranton, I'a. manufacturer ot Wire
DRE.SMMvLSO FOR CHILDREN TO ORDLP;
also ladies' waitta. Iiouis Shoemaker, 'il
a. 11. nntoiis ci i:ns privy vaults and
ccm pools', no odor. Improved pumps used.
A. It. Ilriggs, proprietor Leave orders IPX)
North Main atenue, or Elike's dm; store, cor
ner Adama and .Mulbcir.t Telephone P."i4.
MRS. L.T. KELIlt,'sCALI,":ilTEATILNi'. ':0;
shxmpoolPfi. M'.; facial ma'sijre; manlcurint,'.
2&c; chlicpoilt. ,01 (juiiiiy.
BAUER'S OltCHEsTin-MUSIC FOR IIM.I.S.
picnic, panics, rcccplion-', wedding and con
cert woik fiiinlshrd. lor term aiMir R. J.
Bauer, conductoi. 117 W'.tcimlng atenue, otei
Hulbert'a inmlo stoie.
MEOARUEi: IIHO-t.. FHISTI'RS' SUPPLIES, EN
telopes, mppr bijs. tivlt.p W alehouse, HO
Washington atenue. Screnton, i'a.
THE WII.KESIIMIRF RECORD (AN HI, II )
in ir.intnn .it the tii'ws stand of Relsnun
Bios., toil spruce and ftw Liiiden; M, Noiton,
X'll lackawanna atinue, I. s. Stluilzir, "11
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western.
In Effect lljr. !. lrn).
South leatp tHranton tor Net. crk at l.lf),
3.00, CM, if) and imr, j in.: U..Vi, 3.3.1 p. In.
For Phllcdplpliia at .li and 10.0-, a m . l.'.r,-.
and II.'U p. in I nr Mroudsbuig at D.PI p. in.
Milk accommodation at .'; to p 111. Arritt at
lioboken at h.Sli. 7.1. liija, Ijirt, 3 r,t 4 4,
7.10 p. in. 11lip at Cliilailelphia at l.lal, 3.'it,
11.00 and 8.2J p. m Atilip ftom Now 101k at
LIU, isi and lrt.il ,1 in.. I.cs), 1 .V.', .".11, (Mi
and ll.ai) p. in. rVtn StrouiMmrg at S.u'i a m.
S'oitli I.eaie Scrantot. for Riinalo .mil Intel
mediate station nt 1 I". 4.P and D.ki 11. ni ;
1.63, S.' and 1 1 ..15 p. in. For Oswego and Sra
cusp at 4.10 a in. ami I..11 p. m. Fur I Mi .1 at
1.10 a. in and l.:, p m. For Montioso t IMV)
a. 111.; 1.05 and ."1. IS p 111. lor N11 holson at I On
and (1.11 p. 111. For Hinghainjoii ut IrtiO a. 111. Al
ilie In Vianton fnun Buffalo at 1 .'."1, ',". 5 ."
and IP.rs) a 111 3.) and S.00 p, 111 Fioni ()
wigo and "sjraoine at -.' V, a. 111 , 1C.',S and S.IV)
p. 111. 1'ioni tlb-a at !.:.'' a. tn , 2.:n ami X'.V)
p. m. From Nlcholinn at ;..'ai a 111. and h ( p
111. From Monliosp at IO.O) a. m ; J.-JJ and (Hi
lllouinshurg Division -Leave Siraiton for
Northumberland, nt C.4"i, inn, .1 m ; 1..V1 iticl
J.tO p. 111. Tor Plymouth at l 05, :; in, s .V) p.
m. Vor Kingston at ).H) a. tn. rritp at Norlli
iimberland at ".S u. ni.; I. to. ft IVl and 8.45 p
m. Arrite ot Kingston at 8,'iJ a, m. Airltp at
11 mouth al 2.00. 4.3'. (Mi p. m. Arritp in
i'ranlpn from S'ortliumhpihind al 0 1.' a. in ,
12.35, 4..V) nnd S 45 v. m. I 1 0111 Kingston at
11.00 a m. From Pl.trioulh at "..'s. a m , :i 20
and 5 "5 p. 111
South- Lean- Seranton at 1.40, .1.00. ,-,.,V), ID Oi
p. in , .:."S unit .(.to p. in
S'oitli Leatp "-ciaiitoii at I 15. 1.10 .1 m ; I j',
5,li and 11.. '15 p. 111.
Hloomsburp Division -Leave .-iranton at l'Jui
a. m. and 5.. 7) p. m,
Lehigh Valley Bailroad.
In Eflcct Xl.iiih I, psli
Train leatp cranlon.
lor Philadelplilo and Sew- i ork vii ll k 11.
It R nt n .i and 11.55 11 in., and 2.13, I 27
(Black Diamond Espii). and II..I11 p. in. Sun
dats, D. A. II It. It . l.IW. 8 27 p m
For White Haven, Kaslrton .ind prinrip.il poinfs
in (ho coal regions, 1 1,1 ll l. R R,, .f,,
2 If 'ind ( 27 p. 111 For l'oitstillc, 4 27 p, m
For Hrthlehem, Easion, Heading, llurishurj
and principal Intermediate lstons via D. A II
R. R. fi.41. ILM a. m.; il, 127 (Black Dia
mond Express), 1.,"0 p. in. -um.lais, D. k If.
R. II.. 1 M. 8.27 p. m
lor TunkhJiiniH-k, 'I'litanda. Flmlra. Ilh.11 a.
CJeneva and principal Intermodule station, li
I). L. A W. 15. II., fS a. in; i.ir, .m :.,i
For Oeneta, Ro.1ielir, Hulf.ilo. Niagaia Falls,
Chit ago and all point west, via D. k It, R R,
ll.ft'i a. m., ;i.at (Black Diamond Expiest). 7 I-,
10.41, II SO p. m.v Sund.i.ts. II. .C: II. It II,
ILM. S.27 p. m
Pullman pallor nnd h"pine or l.rhlgli Vallev
parlors cat on ail Iriins lielwcen Wilkes Banc
and New- York, I'hllsilclphli, Buifalo and mis
HOt.LIV II WH.ni'R, Hen Supt , Co C'ortind
street. Sew ',rk.
tHMILIs s. IFF. (.en Pa-. si , -y, ( Vi llart'
street. Sen- nrk.
A W. S'OSSF.MM IIEH. Dli P,ns , Agl , South
For HikPts and Fiilliiiau town 'lions appli to
r.yi L11 kjw.imu atenue, Sciantnn, I'n.
Delaware nnd Hudson,
In Elicit Sov. "1, ie
'hams foe ( ,u)oiii1p lean Siranlon al ii."i,
; .it. ,vt. 1011 .1. m.i lino. 1 "). 2 11. 3..'.'. 5.2'.
052, 7.57. 11.15. 11.11 P IU-! Lid J. III.
lor llonesdjlc-il.'-l'. lu.t.l a 111 ; and 52.1
For WilkPs'llirip-rt II, 7.1'. M.I. !)... id.ii,
11.31 a 111.: I 28, 2.1s :i.t,t, 1.27. (1. 10. 7,l. 10. II.
1 1 p ni.
For L. If. 11. points ii.15. 11.53 .1. m.j 2 1,
1.27 and II..KI p 111.
For IVnns.vlt.ini.i II. II. point -1,45, Q.5S .1.
m. ; 2.1S nnd I 27 p. m.
For Albany ind all points noilli fl,o j. m.
and :.&- p. m.
SUNOS Y 1 RMS..
lor Carbond lie Hell, ll--' ni. ; 'Ml, '..:,
5 47 10 52 p. in.
For Wllkes-Barrr 'f--. II .V. n. 111 , t.js, 1 -jc
(1.27, 8.27 p. 111.
lor Albany and point ii'iilli -3.11 p. 111.
For lloncsdale P." a. n and ;i t,l p m.
I.otvct rate, to all points In Unlttel iiatca und
.1. II. 11UHHK K. (IP v . MI1.11,, N. 1
II. W. ( R's l I'. V . Misr.ton, Ci.
Ceulrol Rpllrnftd of New Jeisoy.
Stauor.s In Si n toil toot of Liberty !rit,
N. It . and N .Uii I ern
TIME 'I MHI. IS 1 I rl.l I SOV '., PVl,
Tialn Icn' i-iiiiiiii ("i S-ir iois. Scwark,
Hirclelh. Piilli.l.dphl.i Fa'loii. B.thhl'cm, i
leiitow-n, Mamh (honk ami WIiIip Hxtrii ill -5 "1,
a. 10 ; cxpiem. I I", .M',s. -".VI p m. s'iiudl.1',
2. 1"i p. in.
lor Plilst..ii .ind WllkiiBnie S.'.il ,t. ni., I I)
mid 3.50 p m Sin ill.". " 15 p in.
Fur ImIiIiih ip mi I W -i. 'linden, .u,r) ,0lnn
South cud Went vn Hi ihhheiii. 8.,",() a, in,: 1 1
ami J.W p. in Sundi-. 2 II p. in.
I'm Lou llraiuh. "1 '" Hicp, up, ai ..'o
a. 111. and I. in p. in
Foi Blading. Mum 11 ind ILiirMiiii;;, im M
leiiloiiii. i.'i'i m and 1 10 p, 111 Mindats,
2.15 p. iu.
For Pottsvllle. s.OT a 111. an 1 1.10 p, 111
Tlirough tickets to all polnls east, squill and
west at lowest rates nl Hie stntion.
11. 1. I1M.HWIS. Hen. Pa... gt.
J. II. OLHAUSES'. (im Supt.
Eile and Wyomlnt; Vnlley.
Time Table in Fifes t Sept. 17, part.
Trains for llawley and loial poinls, connect
Ing at llawley witli Erie rallioad for New Yolk,
Newl'tirg and Intermedial!' points, I'ato Strati,
ton at 7.05 a. in. und l.l'i p. 111,
Traliu arrite al Seranton at IO.0O a. 111, .ml
9.10 p. in. ,
When we tell you that we
now have on exhibition our
complete spring assortment of
MkI ltes Goods
further comment is unneces
sary as the name of "Prlest
Jey" embodies everything de
sirable iu Black Dress
Durability in Wear!
ISse jParfeC't Black Goods
Our Hue embraces the fol
lowing neat and serviceable
riiou-rnot; ri.nt t riti: nr. chine.
F.n-. i hint, simple,
DIIAP HE C'A'-II.MERL, SILK W Mil EIDOlt,
1IRO UlCI.01 IIS
SILK W TAM1E,
New lines of colored Dress
Goods, French Ch allies, Foul
ard Silks and satins at
rise Is Sifflcieaf."
The puit of wisdom Is to get the best
"Wo have tho largest line ot station
ery, oillco supplies and blank books lrt
Rey molds Bros
Stationers anil Iingravers,
Hotel Jetmyn Building.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Schedule in Effect May 27, 1000.
Trainn leave Seranton, I). & H.
QA5 a. ni., week days, for Sunbury,
HarrisbutR', Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington and for Pitts
burg and the West.
0.38 a. m., week days, for Hnzleton,
Pottsvllle, Heading, Norristown,
and Philadelphia; and for Sun
bin y, HanisburR, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, Washington and Vitts
buifj and tho West.
a. IB p. m., week days (Sunday n,
1.58 p. m.) for Sunbtuy, Harris
buifr, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
Washington and Pittsburg and
the West. Tor Hazloton, Potts
vllle, Rending, etc., week days.
4.27 p. m., week days, for Sunbuiy,
Hazleton, Pottsvllle, Harrisburg,
Philadelphia and Plttsbuvg.
J B. WOOD. (Ten IMsa 1st
J B. HUT! HlNsON, Gen. Mgr.
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