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TTIE SCKANTON TKTRTJHE-rnTDAY MOttNTINGr. MAY 4, 1894.
They start a pyramidal stand.
With bottles of Johann HolTs brand.
A balancing feat they next will do,
These men know a thing or two
Of the Genuine Johann Hoff's Ma t Extract
One dozen bottles lve aa tnnch strength and nourishment as a cut of ale,
Without being intoxicating.
InsUt upon tlte Ukm ink, with tlia signature of "Johann Hoff" on neck
label of every bottle.
None other is "as good. "
EISNER & MENDELSON 00., Afents, 152 and 154 Franklin St., New York
FEE LOST HIS TEMPER
look Offense at Umpire Wagner's Decision
and Hade an Assault on Him,
WAS ORDERED OUT OF THE GAME
Wagner Refused to Fine Him or Take
Action Against Him for the Assault.
Fee Pitched a Remarkable Game Up
to the Ninth Inning We Lost the
Game in the Eleventh on Errors
HazMon had the satisfaction of tak
ing a second game Iroiu Ssraston jes
terday. It took eleven innings lo ds
cide the battle, but the Mountain ( ilv
lads were in the game to the faith,
Manager Hanlon, who keeps an eye
on tbs ilszletou playsrs ami liquidates
tneir bills, was in forinr years a Sun
day school teacher, an 1 when hs took
his men ut to th para yeslor lay af
terdar afternoon be preached for th -m
a sermon. Willi the eon.'.uct of Ooa
Moran rietnic vividly before him he
eloquently proclaims, the gospel ol
peace. He told them tbat if an erring
brother smote tnem on the cneek to
Should turn the other
and nt their
knuckles toward him.
ibey prOH. lead to obey.
lint man is a perverse creatare anil
prone to give full rein to his tnmt.ar
Thus it wa with .lick !". a'ld i id lo
relate, he fell. Fee was he viitor.'
pitrher.end enconrngsd ty the pl.nvlits
of a dedication of his Baigbbcin ft Dt
( arbondale, be pitched aa if his life de
pended on the Knnia. In the litst eigi.t
innings only twenly-aevn members
of the horn eluh were at bst and D ll a
solitary rno had he-en scor 1.
Fee smiled an 1 was j vm
I was a splendid MUBfafltlOf, to him
to thus administer defeat to hi mil
mrY t ANPi-D os rR.
As he stepped lot the box at the
beginning of the ninth he cnaidere I
Ikf gttne BfoB, a it nolle I aa
he faced Staltz, the first Scranton nt
man For the first lima Staliz soc-
qbbiibi in inianni mi nan ann annnatti i
out a single. Hogan and I'atcnen fol-
lowed with similar hits nlling the bases
That is when Fee should bar dis
played his coolness, hnt he didn't
Massey flaw out to I imp y and Ultla
Wetxel n Xt lined the lull out for
taraa base in un saaaatmB, Baalitad
by an error of Moore's, Stalin, Hogan
and Fatrhen hail croated the marble,
and tbe fliclal scorer credited thein
with runs Westlake fonnd the ball
with his willow and on Jordan's error
reached second, aud Weetlaka acorn).
DoMfl struck out, but the score had
been tied and Mnuager Swift looked
Fee did not. There wns visible sign
of beat nb. ut his collar.
Hsr.leton did not BOON in its half of
the ninth and neither did Scranton in
the tenth, the side tielng retired in one,
two, three order.
When 1 ee went to the bat in tiie last
half of the tenth two men Imd bOBO i
tired and Contoy w.is on tirst. Fee 1
made two offers but failed to connect
with the ball, and the BJBpUa railed aj
third strike on him The decision was I
Jnst, hnt it was plain lo be seen that
Jack did not think so. i
A8AI I.TEU TUB PMI'IKIt
lie dropped his hat und started on a
run for Umpire Wagner, who was ofli
dating behind thojpltoher'a box. Sev
eral playera anticipated Fee's action
and made a rush, grabbing him just as
he made a vicious blow at Wafner's
face. The action undoubtedly caved
the timpir from injury.
Manager Hanlon waa on tbe field in
an instant and took tha reluctant Fee
from the scene of action. Ha was not
allowed to continne in the game, but
tbe umpire declined to line him or take
any action to have him punished. Tbe
affray will probably be. reported oflic
lally to Secretary Dlddlebock tomor
row. Jordan took Fee's place in the box
and Pitcher John Ely stioceeilod Jordan
in right held. The new pitcher has a
deceptive drop and bad no difficulty in
retiring the Scranton men in the elev
enth without any rune being scored.
In tbe last of the eleventh ou errors by
Massey and Wcstlake and a long drive
by Moore to left field, Hazen seorad the
winning rnn whan two men wars out
R. H. BO, A.
n Kin A K
Htaltr.. If.... I
lhik-ari, cf . . 1
0 I'll. Ely. If.. II
ll blllizcn. iu,
J'atciien. o, i
V, . I .1,1
il ii Voran, cf. .1
II littoth'ul. aa u
II U Moore, c.. I)
ii iil.ioi.i, lb... I
0 lljordon. rf 1
i! WC'ouroy, 'lb 1
1 rtFee, n (I
I ioi on. p.
1 OJ.Ely, rf...U
Total.... 6 18 km a Total ... 7 18 S3 12 6
Two out whon winning rnn scored.
Bcranton 0 0 0 II 0 0 0 0 6 0 0- ft
Mazleton P - 0 II 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 .,
Earned runs Bcranton, 4; Hazlston, 'I. 8ac-
riflce bite Massey, Wetzel, Keesu, H. Ely,
Jordan, Conroy. Threo-baso bit Moran.
Stolen baaea Staltz. Westlako 'I, I. ami.
Double plays Wetzel to Hlgirina to Massey,
Moran to Kothorniol. Stru :k out By .Nolan,
1: Doran, 2; Foe, it; Jordan. It First ba ,
bslls-By Nolan, 2; Doron. 1; Fee, 1. Wild
pitches Doron, Fee. Time-'.'.15. Umpire
OTHER STATE LEAGUE GAMES.
Altoona 8 0000000 2-4
Uarrisbnrg.. ..1 0202030 x-7
Hits Altoona, 7; Horrisburg, 0. Er
rors Altoona, 8; Harrisbnrg, 0. Battor
5fs Queries and Cote; Sprogel aud Btnlnk.
Allentown ...,0 1 0 0 1 0 f 1 10-V.I
Kastuii 1 O0OO0UO0 1
Hits Allentown, 18; Kast.in, L Krrors
Allentown, 0; Kaeton, II. Hatteries -Hon-ohne
and tlilllgan; VVtlsoO, liillou and
Pottaviile 1 o it n o 1 u ft ft in
Headlug 1 l) 0 II 0 1 10 5-11
Hits-Pottsville. I'-'; Heading. M K.r
ror I'otihville, l;Kesding, IS. llattenrs
Clare and i'otts; Jones and Fox.
N VTIIINAI. l.lUlll'E.
KalllltK.ro 0 I) 800030 S I
Urooklyu 1 II il 1 0 1 0 0 0-- .'
tilt -Itnltlmore. 1 1. Urooklyu, tf F.r-
row Balriawre. tj BroMlyiLlfl Batter
ie- Mu lmie and Holdnsou: liastiight uiol
At New York
N-w York ...0 OS0 0 000 1 4
Philadelphia..! U (I 0 n II 0 (I ll 7
Hits-New York, It) Philadelphia. f
Errors New York, fl: Philadelphia. 4.
Battarlaa WtstittiW and Dorta, Wey-
hmg and l.'lroents. l'mpire Lynch.
Washington...l 1 0 '-' I J 0 0 0
Boitou o 1 0 9 4 0 9 o 110
Hit WsaJilBftOD, T; Doston, ll Er
rors -Washington, ft; 1 t m. Ii. llatter
ut Usper, M lale and McOtitrs. Nich
ols and Kyan I'mi.lre O'Rourke.
ntMbait i 0 0 9 8 0 0 0 x 6
Ht. Louis 0 00 1 0010 02
"It Pittsburg. 8; St Lonls, Errors
Pitt.bnrg, J. st Lontt, 'J. Battens
and Ms'k; Hreitensteli. and
At Cleveland -
'lev-land 99999919 1
Louisville. 1 00000 1 0 0 1!
Hlt I'levelsud, 1.1. iNviil... 3 l.r-ron-Clevelaud,
1; Louisville, 8. natter
m 1 M and C uuoi. M-in : al.J
lirlrn. Vmpit" - Nwariwixnl
Chicago va Cincinnati postponed, rain
EASTIliM I. USUI B
At W i Ikes-Bar re
WUks-Barr..l I 0 l o a t :i o-to
Buffalo 99999919 19
Hit Wilkes Harre. It. lliilTsl... 19 K.r
rors W oa.s-harr, . v. buff aK V Bat
tertesj Qaarlse, I itapAal in Waraar;
9ta(Uaud I'ni'iharu L'mj ire Snj d, r.
At Blt.gbaUitou -I'.iuhamton
Kn 0 0 4 0 '- ll 0 1 I 8
Hit -Ilihtfliatiit OH, 99) Kiss, H Kr
ruts -Biniihiamt ".. I . , - IVitierlM
I'slsnyand Frit.:, Stryker and K-rger
I mp re linen' tier.
ji v ,0
0 0 9 9 9 9 9 x i
0 0 0 0 0 1 II U I
Hits Troy, ; nr.nefl. L I Krrors
Troy, I; teringfli 1, Batter tea Doaavaa
and Cablll, Vickery and lieaeslt. I iu; Ira
rroviibuce 0 0
Kyraaoat u o
rors Providence, l
o ii ll 0 0
0 0 U 1 I
f. Svracu, I Rl
Kyra 'uae, I Itatln-
riae SuHivaa and ii
I inpi re -Daniel.
u; i.i..' and ll
ClINrS FROM f H t 0IAM0N0
Tighe's w rk at Ortt is highly praised by
the Pollnville pMrs
Jaak Taa attack Hogaa aat thre times
yesterday out of five lllliea t bat.
The ,lmea Itoys and the Star Ma ball
Blab "III play ou the Jumna Baft grouuda
mi May 8.
I nlv fifteen Scranton men handle,! the
willow In the tlrai flvu inning
'lay's k IBM
Catcher and Second Baseman Charley
shiiiehouse, of last soaeon a York team.
"K""'1 w,th H"a-I"'g.
vTood'i Baataaaa Oollaffa taam and tha
iiign .-v'oooia, win piay onii ni ine driving
Park tomorrow afternoon.
Sicretary Inddleboek aaw the opening
game at Potleville, Hit abmiM htra mu
hia man Wagner umpire at S ranton.
At the lwginniiig of the ninth there was
every Indication that llaleton would abut
tia out. Kae I. .at hia head and we were
saved from that diagrara.
1'ntll the ninth Inning but four bite
were aerursd by our alnggnra off Fivt'a de
livery. In the ninth he was touched up
for live eltiglcH and a triple.
The club that attempt to admlniator a
spnukiiiK to the LlBSTUB hnblra, lla.letou,
will tlnd that it bna a big contract ou
hand. They play with n vim that la re
pealling. The Anthracltna," of tne Weat Side,
and Mm ball team of the Young tlen a
Christian association will play at llogau's
park tomorrow aftoruoou, commeualug nt
In the eleventh inning Jordou, wlunur
BBeded Fee iu ii." box, achieved than
miiiKaliln feat of atrising two men with
six pitched balls. A succession of drops
did the work.
The present State league is believed by
many to h the equal of any lme bail or
ganization Iu the country, ttafamaaarc
certainly equal to those played iu tbe Na
Umpire Wagner's work yesterday
shoul d improvement, but it needs con
siderable brushing up yet. He should make
the playere understand that be meaus
what be aaya.
Two nlnoc from Wood's college played
their first game of base ball yesterday Af
ternoon on tbe James Boys' ground. Dor
race Fuller captaiued one team and Harry
Christy the other. The saoru by innings
wns aa follows;
Fuller's nine. I 0 2 5 1 d-lB
Christy's nine 0 114 1 6-16
Hays the Bethlehem Times: ''The man
agers of the Bcrantou club have reached
the conclusion that newspaper Influence is
the first thing to be songbt after and are
treating tha press of tbat city generously.
Respectfully referred to Manager Kelly,"
There baa been a lamontable absence
during tbe past two daya of the onergy
and vigorous playing tbat tbe Bcranton
club displayed iu the exhibition games.
To their lethargic condition is due, more
than anything else, the two defeats they
sustained from Hnzleton.
This is the way It, looks to tbe Hazleton
Sentinel: "Wilkes-Barre's ball team, which
the local fans look upon as the crnck-a-jacks
of tbe Eastern league, bud bard work
I to win its opening game on tbe borne
eroiinils. It was badly beaten mi Monday
by the Scrautou Biate luaguurs."
Dirty ball pln.viD must t.n instantly
frowned down by the offiQMI of the State
league if the pupuluflty of the national
game is to be maintained. Wagner is a
poor umpire, but t bat Is not a reasonable
excuse for John Fee and Gus Moran using
violeuce toward bin. Such conduct us
they linvo been guilty of in this city dis
grneoM tho ball tield.
The following instructions have been is
sued by l'rofident Young to his umpires in
regard to Out balk rule: "I have called
your attention to rule 27 aud impressed
upon you tho iuiportauco of its strict en
forcement. It is also equally important
that your rulings should be uniform. The
patrons of hnxo ball eujov base miming,
and the iiust tlagrant violntiou of this rule
imiHt bo Stopped, The pitcher should bt
permitted to step out to throw to any base,
providing he flrat steps directly toward
the base to which hn intends to throw and
makes uo forward deceptive motion what
ever with either aim, foot or body to de
ceive tbn base, runner, Any motion
which does in fact deceive the base run
ner, whether intentional or not, Ik balk.
The rule is clearly made for the bate run
ner's protection and to Hhield and Improve
one of tbo bust and most enjoynblo fea
tures of the game."
Eucklen's Arnfsa Balve.
The bent salve In the world for Cuts
Bruises, Bores, Ulcers, Salt Ulimiin, Fever
bores, Tetter, v'happml llauds. Chilblains,
Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and poal
lively cures Piles, or uo pay requlrou. It
Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money rofuuded. l'rlce iiS ceuts per
box. 1 01 sale by Matthews Blue,
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
Btecka and Bonds
Nkw Yulik', May i. Except in the rse
of American aiigar the tendenrv of prices
at the stock exchange was dowuwurd
Bnar flnrad for mi iksj abarai iu a fraud
total of tMt 000 shares. The stock opened
a aiiudn blgber at lOflW; roas to lOByjaod
rlo-ed nt 107,',', All a. live demand lor re
fined sugsia aud i ii ruble WubiOgtOB
t umors combined with bull manipulation
led lo the rise. The other industi lala were
drill. The railway llat was Weak tbroBfk,
out the pleasure DBiOfl moat pronounced in
the case of stocks now iu pro
BBH of roorgsnizatiou. rear of
beavv aaseameuis accounts fat
the liquidations. Among thcae, At
chison, Northern Pacific, preterm!,
t'ulou Pacific and New England weie
tn. ait pr. ui Lent. Atibl-oti d,''.lned 1',,
Northern Pa. i tic, preferred, . I'niou
Pacitlr, 1, aim Neu F.'. gland, It. K,adliig
wa prtBBtd for Bali owing to the hreai
ened fafBBlBMrc Of the property as lull u
and by the general iu i !w lioti'l holder'
c mm. Use of tin rlt. LoatlVtUB and
NasliviHe fell IU, St. Paul, 1: Bjriinglon,
IKiB ll Ulaad, ', The market m al-
vcrsely lannanasd ht the shipments of
1 .' e Id t. day ai;d a belief thai sb, ut
c4ta0,0N additi,ial wid be exi rted on
Batarday At taa eloaa sugar ai ncwa
atrong. IksMUwaf list showing a declin
ing n ndency.
The foil snBff OOmptBM tah.e shoiriBf the
i!a ftu.'tiialio'K in aeliVS to'ks uiplll
n i n- '. I a l v t La Bar A Foliar, clock
brokers, UI Wyomirg aratiuc
ien Hwu- ty Clos
lti(. est -: t.
Am Tot. Oil.
Am Sncsr I 4
A T.A V r I H
rii.c. B N. W
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Walauh b . .
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W, aj I. I. i.
BiBBBrS Or. in a -id PirvUmai.
miBIBBt. Bta I e IsflBViag qaola
t is are M Bbcd an I I m cte-1 dai t by i.a
Bar A Fullar.clurk brokoraltl Wyuiain ava
II . I
II'. li. ei
HP KT KIH.H.
Nw York Pr. duc Mar
Nkw Yi, iik Mnv 3 Fun n Held toady.
V iuai I Mill, Ifa. higher.cloainr steady,
No. 2 le.1. atore and elevator, Dn'e'io ,. ,
afloat, 91ia99lej f. o. b., 9IKb99m&I
ungraded rial, MafiJc. ; No. I northern,
7ua704C.; options vteie very dull ami
closed aleady. No. 2 red, May, fkl'.c ;
June, lUiB.! July, IL',!.; August, rtii ,c ,
Heptotntier, I P . c IVcKiuher, 9n
i OMR Iltlil. tinner, No. 2, 4:'t'c ; eleva
tor; 44, afloat 1 Opttl ns wen, dull, cloalng
flrni Mav, 4,i'4c ; July, 11
Oats hull, lower for mixoi!; options
dull, tinner. May, SSUfu.; June. ;.,.:
July, 8. i,c, No. It while, June, 40s,r. ;,pot
line., N J Ok4M4c ; No while. H,c. ;
No. 2 Chicago, 4'Jc.; No, it. Suc.;Ko,
while, 4u)c. ; miked we-tern. 41s4'Jc;
white do., and w Intestate, 42jt!lc.
Bri.K t 'all, steady.
1 laaCati I'.i.M Firm,
I i I Mrais QajBt, steady; middles,
I, ARn-l.iniet, steady: western rloaod at
, ' ,. .Mav . loBBd at t; K; July, f 7..V); re
fined, quiet; contiii' tit. an, In, Mouth Amer
ica, fs.rir,, compound, lll,a(ll4c.
I'nilK Moderately active, steady; meas,
BinTkii Moderate demand, steady:
western dairy, new, 19098,: (lo
creamery, now, IUal7c: Uo. factory,
new, ',isi'j,-. ; Elgins, 17c; Imitation
CtrBBBI Fair demand, Inn; nnchanged.
BaOB Hull, weuk; slate and Pennayl
vauia, ItellKOJ western fresh, lOalln;
Philadelphia Tallow Marhst.
Fiiilauki.I'IIIA, May 8.- Tallow was
dull slid unubanged. Prices were:
I 'i line city, in hog-heads, 41)0,1 prime
country, iu barrel-, 4J8c; do. dark, in bar
rels, tjfOil caken, f.'.c ; greaae, 4,c
Two Llvea Saved.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City,
III., was told by hnr doctors she had Con
sumption snd tnst there was no hope for
her, out two bottles Dr. King's New Dis
covery completely cured her ami she Bavs
it saved her life. Mr. Thus. Eggors, 13U
Florida St., Bau Francisco, suffered from a
dreadful cold, approaching Consumption,
tried without result everything else then
nought one bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery and in two weeks was rured. He
i.a naturally thankful. It is such results
of which these are examples, tbat prove
the wonderful elticacy of this mediciue in
'Hindu snd Colds. Free trial! ttoUlo at
Matthews Bros,, Drug store. Regular siae
50c. and fl.
rFVlnfJ of all kinds cost thai much, ex
cept Silunf iotu ll'ii)ic(,U'iicn art inserted
' lioapor liy n middle aged woman of
good address Apply I2M Lnsernc Htrent.
QITUA'MON WAN i 90 SOUNQ MAN. (L
ci who has had sxperlsnce as a land and
mine surveyor ami In gensrsl snBlnecrlait
work, deaire's poaitio'i; cxpecta Hiiuill salary at
lirnt; would like un interview. Ad.ltSBlBol
I m), Tuiikhauii.a k, I'll.
UITUATIoM WANTED YOUNQ MAN
PJ would like poaition-olili. r in Mt.ue or of
l'n c: oiid penninn und will try to please. Ad
dress (' A. I! , n,l a Bromley avenue, city.
citpation" wa.ni'p.ii a woman
i' would like to Ret work by tho d.y at
waNhiuK ,r eieaning, or will uk. wuahiiiK
home. Address MAHY HON NELLY,
72 Orchard atrset
UMNTEIl MAN WITH LIFE AND FIRE
Insurance experience as solicitor in
I.sckau imiia OOBntyi --l ladiii'.iin..nts to
rikhl mull. Address llLVi'Jtl Hit building,
Wanted To RenL
f ANTED A HOOD BOY, 12 TO 11
years ut Tribune bindery.
you Kent- F.io'ii r, "wi u, fprnIsheu
I rooms; delightful location Sll Waslnnir
V) ken r TBREI BOOMS. KltoNT on
J aero, , ,1 Hoor, over N A llulbert a BaM
tors, 117 Wyoming aVSMOa, frmn April 1. Iu
quire in the Store.
1 Part o
fc-.o, 'rri:v vi-'ius
or all f three hundred foot of Yard
room slung railroad. Apl4y ai MS Frauklia
Hi N I stupe x" "11 ri HNIHHKI)
l.. ii i.roeii Itiilua at r.- t Very deslra-
rle l,a-at..n and ou reasonable torma. Apply
t. f t BBTTLKTOB or U H WcniUKLV
to phi, can baUdtaf
Ann's- KuKNAI.K Al.l'lH'l W .MH IN.
Impure ,f A C Nettletoii. Common
w.sltl, bud link. Waslnnsloii ..vim..
M III! bTOHI Pn . KALE In.puro A. C.
t tottleton, A'aaliington avenuo, Coitiinon
WOal til building.
no IAL1 v PAEM OT BIOBTT ACR
I mm ar.l one-half roibw trom ll.lt jn ea
!- Iie.a.iare. I., t.aranna ,! West. r:i
rsUroad Klrst elaa (ar-n home with never
lallbW Sprlaa nstrby. two barns. b,--I and
BOlt food orell lld Will Is ao.d idieap. term
om . Address B F VON BTOnCH or IHAA
E..I.1S. la I ton DattaBB Lckaaarma
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: r 4iv lso hr wn lecei.rn
far .', ala Ai piy to Id Urimtha. iw Kuk
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lug tbo ah lo.t j betw.ea th. BSVBBB of s and
tueloeb in . In t'laci directors to amend
I t law. at I t Iranaa. i an, h ,.tbar buslneao
.a ma) pr, p ily .oni. bd II
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NiVtipb un suMisAi ion - f it "f"
U , r. at tha Hem. stile Balsjlaj and
I BBB aSBSIlMlllsl of kCBlb BnfCBllSB will lake
blaee Friday eronlng. April tt, l.'i afior
llaliaaeliu. ll , r.vB.ar tn.lb. . JAI I'IIF
Mil. I. KB ! rotary
ll. ASK HiNiae r-AMPMl.l.ix, MAIM
11 ix. as ..tr , belied or roia uad al Taa
1 nisi as
i me- Uul
work H. ae.in.bl..
I ri. to
MEAL HCKF-P. I AN HB HAD IT III
. in. -ir .... atr.at ai d I'rsokliu ate
i.ue Tsrenty n. a! li.at-U tut- fABi k.mJ
IslaC Is ard
I'm aii: or Patrick j, i'iiam i.aik
I 4 of tha I ugb . f Taylor Ue, . -aa.nl 4,
UsTB .4 BslBMBssBtrataaB iiim.ii tb. alsivn ,a,tale
having lean grant. . I loth" und, isigmsl, sil
BerBoOC hating claims at demand against tbe
.a.d O'tate will pr.tarnt 11,. o. -r j e,y i,,.,i , t ,
en i Ilea.. Inn-I tad ttierrl., will pbaae makti
I untallate pa, mailt BO
HANNAH i BASK. AdmluUlratrli.
Ji ills v ji Mi ins. Attorney lor ICatatc
v-. -v-- wv- -.- - tstt3rraiefaetat. tSatasaaasas
SKAI.Hi I'k'illiStl.s WILL MK ItK
caiv.it at the nllbo "f lb" Illy Clerk,
Kcranleti. I', imsyh aula, until ,:DU o clock p
in . Tboraday, May l"th, ism, to ai t curbateae.
lav flagatono stdesralk and lav pavod gutters
snd furnish material and l.it-.r Iberefor. at
the Bona., of Hi- Kt.-e ctar Kiiifin.i KsQBB coin
puny. The w uk i- t,. la. don accordance
n ;tb plan aud ss ideations i.fClty Kugiiieer,
BM under hit direction lilddars shall on
does IBS sum of tweisly live dollars, cash or
r. -it, fled eheek, with each proposal, aa a
to ,i ii .. t., , inpl itli pr, .sl if a wat ,1, tl
the eeiitract. In eaae the bidder to whnin the
t ontra. t shall have la-eu awarde.1 BBBIM to
sserntea eoatNot for the work within ten
days from date of award thereof, the cm loaiiro
ac i inpanying In , proposal .ball be forfeited
t . lh I'll v of n.-i anion Tin - .-itv tcsei vos tho
riL'ht lo reject any and all hi. la
By order of city eonnulls
M. T I.AVKLLK. City Clerk.
I'lfiPOS.M.s Wll.l, UK
tj Delved at ti,e
rn.-e of tbo ni, dei slimed
until Monday. 7 i p ni , May 11. I-I for the
purchase by t bo hcraultui Board of Control of
ufac 1. la (oti i eornsrand two adjoining tho
ulot to tve nlamt I ll fe t front by IHI iu depth,
for t'leaiteof a profo-'d a -hnol hou-ie. to BB
I. oat, d ,n thai icctioo ol tbe Nineteonth ward
louudnl by llircli and Klni streets and tho K
i IV. V It It tia-ls snd llliicber svenue Tha
Hoard resorv-s the right to reject any or all
bids Bv order of the Board of C ntrol.
Et'HKNE 1. FKl.LoWH, Sec etary.
IM1.K OV COMMON COUNlTI NO. 117.
I I -.tl Amended in Select Council Msrch
211, I -..I,
To prevent the erection of sharp pointed
pickot fences in the city limits
Section I He it ordained by the Heloct and
Ciimtiinii i nunciis of the City of Scranton, and
It la hereby ordained by the authority or
the stinio lb.it alter the final phm-iico
of this ortiitiuoce and its being np
proven by tho mayor, it ahall he un
nwlul for any person orporsona to htivo
c rue tod or built ou their property abutting on
any street, avenue, court or place, a fence
made of Iron. troM, or any other material that
shall hnvo shsn' pnlnled picVets, which would
etulanjrerthe lives of the traveling public.
Hoc. 2. If after this ordinance finil Irecotnea
law, uny person or persons shall cauao to !e
Sreoted a icaoa witn pointed pickets as de
scribed In Section I of this ordinance, and the
Bulldlnr Inspector shall bo informed of the
same, the said person or porsons shall bo liable
ton line not exceeding one hundred (flUU)
Sec a, In the event of this rrdlnanre Imcotn
In, a law, the t it. Clerk shall Inform the pub-
Connolly & Wallace
Inspect our beautiful line at the new prices. FOUR GREAT
LOTS. Note the change:
$10 CAPES NOW $7.50
15 CAPES NOW 10.00
20 CAPES m ...NOW 16.00
25 CAPES NOW 20.00
These special lots include our entire stock below $25. It
is useless for us to dwell upon them. You know the character
of the garments we carry.
Stylish. Perfect-Fitting. Well Made.
lie of the same by having It Inserted for three
daya in two of the dallv papora
A, proved April I! IS114.
The foregoine ordUiancnia pub'.iahed Iu j.ur
snanoa ol rssjalrsmeajs ol Baotlon I. Arflolo
n, of Act of Slav ML i-v am! In .uthority con
leir.sl by tkction .,1 ,a d oniiuance
M.T LAVEClI City Clerk,
r-cranton. Pa.. Mu t
PILK OF COMMON COUNCIL, MO. as.
Providing for the Planting of Transient Ho
tall Merchants In the Cttl of Mcranton
fUTIon 1 u.t , rdaln-d l.y tl... Sal.-. I snd
Common Councils of th" Cltv of Scrantou. and
it .. hereby ..rilaiu.d by I, a authority of the
same. Hut b.nosltor vol j e un wliatliar
principal or aent not ..linage.! in a la rma
neal baetnecs la lbs Ctly of -cranton. l.utun
l. r mt' into, beir'iiiiing u r desiring lo begin a
I rasas at ret ill lsssin.s Is ihoiTtyof s,-ran
Ion, for the sale .,f any gi.Mia, wares or mer
handlso what .never, wbethar tha same -hall
tm repreoonteu or h-ld forth tn bo bankrupt.
."Slgniass or aboBl to .(uit busluroa. or tat gcsjds
danaetl by fire, watur or otherarl a, or by
aii v at aellvs or cotiaptcn-,111 advertisement
hata.a-var shall tak out a license for the
same tr ui tiei 1 itv i r.aturrr Tneamnunt
f said ticoiise I ber.by Oiod at V ive Hundred
V dollar per month BM SaM 1 c ne to
be rea wetl inoathh during the ct t.tmuaio-e
of said oaleai; and uia,n failure of said pwrooo
or pereuiito e.:ure boouse boor ihey aha 1 be
(Inert in the um r ot lev thn one hundred
III - tny pereon falling ! takoontall
e:'e or refuting to pay the liceuse tas re-
asm 1 B BBotl
sasll initio an
bail as r..i,tc'.
u.er.t ibarsi f, t
I rl.ouo.1 .n lb
llortl , .1' tlt ,
est. a 1 tn mi
thlsnrdrotn. a t
aoctli B first ,f inn ni llnance wbo
a to any of the pr vo, .ns there f.
upon the passage ut
: I. ..: 1 l'h the
ur linan e pastel
la and on Ann! 4.
l .,01,. .r Mayor
r Bis flM.i sa
il lavi. was la
1 Itv 1 lerk with
(s'thbraaebee ri city en in,
Isvi, was pres. 1 totl 1 , W 1
of tbe City .,f rt, ronton. I
prove! and tbat a Aard
timed to tl,. oh1e of tbe
ut s pruvai ,
dieap. r val Cnd r hoc I,
Car L 1--.,. ,,r lli.so s ,e
torned within fift.en d.r fr,, .
et'otat., a bocosae a law
M T LATIUal, dty tl.rk
F. rant, a, P. Ma) I lovt
Tb. foie.elng ----- 'jnTtTBslI in pur
snaiiee of rrrjtilr.io. at, f Bes i ' trto-b-s
Bl BBtCatMaya .see and y ai.lb. riu con
ferresl I . lssartjtB.1 cttcsMordlasSsee
M I I A t LUC i IBS C!eik.
taraaV 1 . Pa May 1, lasi
ACADEMY ol- MUSIC,
ATURDAT, MAI ft
Lincoln J. Cartar
iirtn! --n !r I'r .loci i. a.
The Fast Mail
M Id IAI. s( KNEHY:
Fiirkt of Ih, !'.'. M.I . Niagara I' alia by
tnuoe'ilgbt, ilb I, . In ui.ai . 1'itlra: Work
lag Kngire ar.,) Tr ksjrBll Ht with Ulnmln
eud i atosat th., iHit, I ts I.a-; .t K tor
'"si-e and -Uamla oi K i p I e loii aud ollwr
PrlaSJ t : H aud 3 coats Hale ,.f seaM
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 8.
And lit M"t rv Min,'ftaf. prinlintf tho
tafyaoM CuinW.' 0Hr MM is
IMrect from the llr. adway Theater,
New N ..ik I H
I'RICfS II M si , fl a ,d I .. Halcf eeata
opan.Hatur.la. May a.
Vn.k rommanrlng MOM DAY, Al'ltll. SO
Wonderland Theater Co.
Monday, tcksday and Wednesday
The Magtullotnt High I lass Drams,
With F.legant Scenery and F.fTe. Is, Magnlfl
oent Oocturaeo, and th full BtracjajtA of the
I Vmpany. f. Buwod by the 11. aring Comedy,
AM UP-TOWN FLAT
I'r.sente.1 In their Inimitable manner by W1L
LET I At I Hi l.tr.
THCKSDA Y. HUDAY AMD SATI'BDA Y
The Sterling Old Ever-Welcome Drama
THE GALLEY SLAVE
ADMI88IOM. Ill Oil IIR SO I'l'.NTH
Pertortnances . very sfternis,n, except Mon
days mid Thuredeya, at 2.8U, and every ovou
big at 815. Donra upon at l.JUaud 7.00 f M
Scientific Eye Testing Free
By Dr. Shimberg,
The Specialist on tbe F.yo. Hoadsohos nnd
Nervousness reMovod. Latest and Improved
Btyla of Eye OlsHv.es and Spectacles at the
Lowest 1' - Boat ArMflcl.tl Eyes inserted
SOS SPRUCE ST., op. Old Post Office.
For parity, and for improvement of the com
plexion, nothing equals Poixoni's Powder.
BEST WORKMEN. LOW PRICES.
At Factory Prices
The Scranton Bedding Co.
Cor. Adams and Lacka. Aves.
DID YOU KNOW?
That we will GIVE you beautiful new pat
terns of Sterling SILVER SPOONS and
FORKS for an equal weight, ounce for ounce,
of your silver dollars. All elegantly en
graved free. A larg6 variety of new pat
terns to select from at
iluT I. At ItAW
"No star was ever lost we once have s2on,
We always may be what we might have been,"
A M A PPY PATRON OF
THE RICHARDS LUMBER CO.
22 and 23 Commonwealth Building.
HOW TO MAKE MONEY
Tlioroarfl hiitiilml. of younn men mi young women la thU
country who hsic Iplendid itliility, but liny lmvo never bean
Wood's College of Business and Shorthand
Uiis lafH-n an inspinition to hundreds of ytrang people. If yon
nro tiiiil of in;utiity niul want to do something tangible,
Collie to I he College.
(OMMOX 1 M.I.1SH t'DLUSfci
III MM SS ('Ol' IDs K
Soe our FIFTKKN DOLLAR Solid
Oak Bedroom Bed
We sell Furniture as cheap aa
any house In the country that in
tends to give honest value for the
money. Try us.
Hull & Co.
200 AMD 207 VYOMiHG AVE.
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CQ
BCRANTON AND WILK R8- P. A HUE, PA, MANl'KAITUUKKS Of
Locomotives and Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AMD PUMPING MACHINERY.
General Office. SCKANTON. PA.
j niall prepaid. W llh
or rt-llioalfhr money.
oCFOHi AlDiif"fEBIISING.ii.'oOi-r. Addrea.
For Sale in Soranton, Pa., by H. C.
aim ai)fi;co Bireote.
Opp. Court House.
NN t A . i.. i.
F E WOOD, Proprietor.
rla.S tor.r. tllaarrona ill.-
ciiM-a. aimlias Woak Meninry, Loss of Brain Power, Headache, Wsk.'fuIneM,
Losislanhood.Nlithtlr Kiulsalona, StrToiini,,s,l!dratnssn.l lOMOl PQWST
In Hone rail vo Organs of oldierrex caused by OTeroxertlon. youth Ail rrw1.
excossiTe use of totinoc?. opium or atliaulents, whlolilesd to liiflrmltr, vP
supiTMIiin orlnsanltT. Oar liccnn-iuil In rest pocket. Ml perb,ii.rpri.,
a order ne sri'so a wrlrion sTwaraoieo to
I'lr.Milsr fsao. Sold hv u 1 1 '1 nitulsls. Aali for 1 1. late
Olr.'Hlsr froo. Sold by all druoslats. As ll for It, taSO
.NfeitVM OFKli .. Masonic lcmplo, Cbiuaoo.IU.
SANDERSON, Druggist, nr. Wablnjjtoo