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THE SCI? ANTON TBIBTOE-THURSDAY MOBNING. MAY 17, 1894.
Hie Scrantons Succumb to the Ball tors
IT TOOK TEN INNINGS TO DECIDE
Harrisburg Draws Still Farther
Northward by Taking a Game from
Allentown Pottsville and Altoona
Also Victorious Summaries of the
National and Eastern League Games.
Notes of Interest to All Base Ball
The race for the state championship
Mill presents the SDectacle of Harris
burg pulling farther ahead ol' its com
petitors, Allentown and Hazleton con
testing sharply for second nlace; Read
ing, Pottsville aud Altoona a tie for
for fourth position, anil Scrautou and
Ea8ton struegline fiercely as to which
should wear the leather mails!.
The games yesterday resulted as fol
lows: Harrisburg, 12; Allentown, G.
KemliDK, 7: Scrautou, 6.
Pottsville, 17; Hazleton. 14.
Allentowu, C; Easton, Easton, 2.
STANDING OF TUB CLUBS.
Won. Lost. Per Pt.
Uarnsburit 13 0 1,000
Allentown. 9 4 .OM
Halls tOB 7 tf .588
Beading 5 ,886
Pottsville 5 8 .W
Altoona 5 8 ,885
Enston 4 ! .808
Scrautou 4 y ' .308
LOST A GAME TO READING.
It Was tha Bast U.imi Seen lu That
City Thia Seaton.
s)MCeaJ to the Scranton Trihunt
Reaiunu. Pa., May 10 The best
game of the season on the Reading
grounds today resulted in the defeat of
Scran in tea inninits.
It was marked by hitting aud superb
fielding. Rinn, the new umpire, of
ficiated, aud his decisions were so iatls
factory that they were cjueatioued but
once in the eighth Inning, and then
only when he called a ball on Bodfon
which the visitors thonght should uT
been a strike.
The features were the two home runs
of Stalls,, one of Stephenson and the
oa'ones of Leamon aud llogan In cen
ter, the last of which prevented Ste
phtnsou from making a sscood home
The gentlemanly conduct of the visi
tors was vary favorably commented
Upon. Score :
Miller; Lf. 1
Eustace, s. s 0
Laamon, c. f 2
Torreyson, 2b 1
Lenuinont, lb 0
Stephuuson, r. f 1
Henry, 3b 1
Qoodbart, c l
June.', p 0
2 0 8 0
0 It) t 0
2 10 0
3 2 3 1
1 I I 0
0 0 10
Totals 7 II 30 M I
SC BAN TUN.
R. H. (. A. I
Stalu, I. f. 2 3 0 0 0
Hugau, c. f 1 1 3 o 0
Patcbea, e o o i 4 Q
Bogars, r. f o 2 4 o i
.Masev, lb 0 I !l 1 0
Wetzel, s. a 0 0 1 1 (I
Wostlake, 3b 1 1 0 3 II
Htxgins, 2b 1 2 5 3 0
Hudson, p 0 1 0 3 J
Totals 5 12 30 IS 1
Reading... 1 00008008 7
bcr.tnton. . 0 0 1 0 11 0 0 2 05
Lamed runs-Mending, 4: Scranton, 3.
Left on baM Keadlnif, 9i BcMMtOB. 6
First baa on balls On Jours, 1: off Bad
on, 5. Struck out Hy Jones, 1, br Ho 1
aon, ". Hume runs -Stepheuou, Staltz 2
''. : t.-e base bits tloodhart.IIouau, Ma.sey.
Iw-i biue lilt Leamon. lt.Jgerj, Maasey,
Hodson. Sacrifice hits-Eustace, Jones,
l'ntcheu, Ilodaon, Manser, r-t. lca bases
Staitz. linuble plays-Jours, Henry,
Baaamoatj I'atchen ami Blggiaa, Hit bv
plteber hv i.e.,.. i,. Wild pitcbes--Uod-aoa.
L'mpire Kiun. Time of game Two
Bis Track Club V i : i .had b.- tb
Lucky Harrisburg- Pounders.
HaJUIfMrga, Mir lO -King Rally's
colors trailed in the dust tonight, and
with a l esrt bowa.l down he
left t'.ie fi'ld to the victorions
lenders of tha Mr- le.igus. He was
received at the Union station on
his arrival with the Allentowu club
by it band and tally-ho coach, aud
escorted to the Hilton House This
afternoon 3.000 pe.-p!e gathered to se
tho contest whici was exciting from
tart to finish. It wna a game of see
saw nulil t o ninth inning, when the
visitors tied the score. Harriabarg
then went 1o tbe bnt and with tloioly
hitting and the errors of the visitors
piled np six l una.
This demoralized Keily, who tried in
every way to delay the game and force
the umpira to call it back to even in
nings on account of darkness
It wouldn't work, however, and
when Kelly positively refused,
without the shadow of an excuse, to
go to bat, the unipiro gave Hurrishnrg
the game. Tonigut Kelly left with bis
club for Altoona, hit failure to stay
for tomorrow's game being based on
the p'.ea that he is afraid ol' being
mol Jied. His course is geuerallv Ban
aiired and if persisted will seriously
endanger, a promising laagne. Tue
Hnrrisborg.O 8 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 6-12
Allentown. 1 0 1 8 0 0 0 0 1 X fl
Huh Harrisburg, 14; Allentowu, H. Er
rors Harrisburg, 3; Allentown, 9, bat
teries Jleany and Stnmk; Baldwin and
Milligan. Unipiro-Kotrlck. Kelley re
fused to play in the tenth unless the
crowd was put farther back and the game
was given to Harrisburg 'J toO.
OTHER STATE LEAGUE OAUKH
Hiltsville 4 0 2 0 0 0 0 7 417
Hazleton 8 2 0 1 0 0 8 5 014
Hits Pottsville. 17; Huzloton, 18. Er
rors Pottsville, (i; Hazleton, 2. Batter
ies Black, Carr aud Liggens: Ely and
Altoona 0 0 2 0 0 0 4- C
Easton 0 0 0 1 1 0 02
Hits Altoona, 9; Easton, 7. Errors
Altoona, 1; Eastou, 1. Batteries West
and Cote; Wilson and Sharp.
Philadelphia..4 0 0 0 8 0 0 2 1-10
New York 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0-1
Hits-Philadelphia, 15: New York, 7. Er
rorsPhiladelphia, 1; New York, 3. Bat
teries Haddock and Clements, Meekin
and Farrell. Umpire Lynch.
Boston 0 0 1 0 1 4 2 0 8-10
Baltimore 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 4-8
Hits Boston, 18; Baltimore, IS. Errors
Boston, 5; Baltimore. 4. Batteries
Lovett and Gansell, Mullane, Brown and
Robinnon. Umpire O'Rourke.
Pittsburg 0 0200000 x-2
Chicago 0 0000000 0-0
HlU-Pittsburg, 7i Chicago, 5. Errors-
Pittshurg, 2: Chicago, 3. Batteries Killeu
and Mack; McUill aud Schriver. Umpire
Cincinnati.... 2 0301001 07
Louisville 0 12000160 V
Hits Cincinnati, 0 Louisville, 12. Er
rorsCincinnati, 2; Louisville, 1. Bat
teries Dwyer and Murphy; Hemming
and Grim. Umpire McOjuado.
Cleveland 0 28 10000 0-0
St. Louis 0 0000030 2-5
Hits Clevelaud. 10; St. Louis, 6. Errors-Cleveland,
7; St. Louis, . Batteries
Clarkson and O'Counor, Gleason and
Buckley. Umpire Swartwood.
Brooklyn 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 18
Washington.. ..1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 '2
Hits-Brooklyn, 12; Washington, 7. Er
rors Brooklyn. 1; Washington, 2. Bat
teriesDaub, Kennedy, Klnslow and La
Chance; Manor and McGnire. Umpire
Hurst. EASTRRN LEAGUE.
Providence 4 210000 1000 0-8
Base hits Wilkes-Barre, 10: Provi
dence, 10. Errors Wilkes-Barre, 5 Provi
dence, 6. Batteries Keenau and Warner;
Ruddcrham, Sullivan aud Dixon. Unwire
GLINTS) FROM THE D I AM ON 0.
Harrubnrg has met with uninterrupted
success thus far.
There is good material in our club aud it
will yet display itself.
Spanner Can, who pitched for Scranton
eRrlv last season, has beeusiguod by Potts
ville. Scrautou and Enston are locked in a
fierce struggle for tho honor of bringing
up the rear or the procession,
Ilodson again vent into tho box for
N rautou yesieiday. He appears to be the
only piti-her that Luaagar Swift has COB
- - s
TeiBU and Tiu'E is the verdict of people
who take Hood's Sarsaparilla. Tho good
effects of each medicine are soou Mt in
nerve strength rostori, appetite treated
and health given.
Bood's Pius do not weaken, but aid
dlgvstiou and tono the stomach. Try
tli -n "
Dana Tw.sti tha Damrsr.
A'rir York .Vim.
We have long knov:i that in tirover
Cleveland, a pUtforin unto himself ami I
crank at that, was the seed of political m
coheiency and disorder. His fto lias
made him for the moment ivpuliat. Hut
deny the right of responsible liemocracv
t turn soii.i isaiilts alter an eccentric and
irresponsible executive and to make ltse'f
di iibly anarclmt bv i.dopting the wealth
plundering principle ol auarchy without
tho popular sanction of a uatioi.nl election.
On Wiv Tower J Reclprocl jr.
gjsjaaaa CWf Jouinif.
t'ungress is takings turn at reforming
tbe courts. If t ! courts could recipro
cate and do seine reforming lu congress we
might be happy yet.
Tha Od Fe.hloned Bey.
i Where uthe boy wh could awim on bit
And dive and tread water and lay his
The boy who could Jump off the spring
And light on li is a'.omacb at I nscd to dot
0 where and U where la tUo old-fashioned
Has the old-fashioned boy with Ins "11
fssbl iued ways
lleen crowded aside by the Lord Kauntle-
The cheap pi I. .-lie 1 bm a brae full of al
loy, Without tli pure gold of tbe rollicking
Of the old -fashioned boy in tbe old-fashioned
.tianriiix ii 7Vi,ui,
Clipped from Canada "Presbyterian,"
under signature oft', lllarkett Ribmson,
I'rop'r: I wasruriHlof oft recurring biilnut
beadscbas by Itunlock Blood bitters.
GLNEReL NEWS OF INDUSTRIES.
Shipments of roal over the Healing rail
mad iat week aggragatad 107,066 toaa,
daoraaaa, aa ooniparad with ih"ame pe
riod last year. Of 2,355 tons For the year
shipments aggrega e 4,s7V,lJu tons, a de
ci eate of 4'J,7."3 tons.
The m tunnel ol the New York, Sus
iUehanua and Wcwteru railroad through
tan I'alisailes was f rmally op,.ned for
In the abtsnre of auy thing more Inter
esting to talk about, says tbe Stockholder,
brokers ami operators lu the st ick markc
have lieen putting two and two together
aud anno inc.- tnat they make four. Tint
In rou ecllon with tbe attitude of the
Vanderlnlts toward the l.-lanara and
Hudson. As a result of lbl flatfsililtoil
they ayrt that the latter will in due
course be I ease. I in the New York Central,
an I that thesto 'kholders will be guarau
tee I 3 per cent, dividends fur a nbaf of
years. Basing their oplulou upon this con
tingency they predict a sharp advance for
Delaware and Hiid-on, which now pays 7
par OOO t, '' ' ' ". '. -. I- - having an enor
mous treasury bsl mce behind It.
A welcome and somewhat unexpected
piece of news haa been received at the
tielaware and Hudson collieries iu this
vicinity, says the Wilkes Itarre ft at IPS fl. In
the lo-oi oi an order that on und after
Tuesday the mines of that company will
go ou tlire-iiarter time until further no
tice. The new order of tluugt is undoubt
edly brought about by the enntiuued and
extemivo strike of coal miners west of
1 ittsburg which has caused a scarcity of
soft coal aud correHpouilinj demand for
anthracite Tim I.. : .i Valley i oal com
pany and Lehigh anil Wilkes. itarre has
also put its mines on hett, time this
week, about three quartur timu.
The New York Central has scarcely
euough coal on hand to supply Its engines
for three or four davs at the moat, and
fuel must b secured from some other
source. Owing to the scarcity of fuel the
Company has issued ortlera tu carry notb
inir nut perishable freurht.
The aravlty rnilrosd 'tniloyes lmve re
ceived iiotioi that that deparluielit of tbe
Delaware and lludsou company's industry
will gn on full time after today for an in
According to the Easton Express there
is a railroad rumor atlontto the effect that
the Central company is nrrangiug to run
express trains between Jersey City and
Buffalo via Hampton Junction to Wash
ingten and from there over the Delaware,
Eackawanna and Western railroad. It is
also ssiii that aconploof new passenger
trains will be put on. The close relations
between the Central und the Delaware,
Lackawanna and Western, prompts this
A rednctlon of the cost of casting stoel
and iron bv SO per cent.; a great saving
iu time: the production of castings free
from oxidization and blow holes, and
most important of all, the produotion of
pig iron in mountainous and remoto dis
tricts having water power and uro but no
coal all these things may result from the
application of electricity accoiding to a
new process descrlbod in a report to tbe
department of Btate by United Stnto.s Coil
sill Frank Mason, at Frankfort, Germany.
The process is known an the Taussig
process and providtw for smelting and
casting metals by olectrlc heat, under the
influeiicn of rarlded air. An air tight
furnace liued with glazed lire brick has its
hearth connected with molds into which
the fused motel ilows by gravitation. The
firebrick liuing forms an efficient insnls
tion and tho electricity is sent through the
charge directly without tbe use of any
fuel or temperameet of carbon electrodes.
Thereby the fused metal is nearly pure
and free from carbon, aud tbe continued
exhaustion of the air aud gasoB produced
increases tbe fluidity of tho molten mate
rial, prevents oxidization uud blistering
and produces den , , umooth castings of the
highest mechanical qualities.
In a small experimental lurnacu a tou
and a hidf of pig Iron was smelted in fif
teen uiiuutes, by a current of 30,000 am
peres and SO volts, about 2,000 hor power.
With water power the cost is very low,
and even using steam to generate tho
eleotric current tnere is an economy In
fuel in smelting of 30 to 50 per cent. The
cost of piy iron, with ore at 18.40 per tou,
It is said, would not oxceed $8 per ton,
with a motive power of 1,000 horso power.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
Btooks and Bonds.
New YoBK, May lr). Lower pricos were
tho rule at tbe Stock exchange today. The
hears had it all their owu way. Tho bulls
made but a feeble resistance. Tho factors
favoring those operating for lower priceB
were the engagement of $3,200,000 gold for
Hhinmeut to Europe, the likelihood of
heavy assessments ou stocks of roads now
in the hands of re-organization commit
tees, the rate troubles at the west, the low
prices for wheat, aud last, but not
least, liquidation by tired bold
ers. At tbe opening bears were lib
orul sellers of the Industrials and
Loudon at the same time dis
posed of some of its specialties. Sugar
was the weakest stock in the early trndiug
dropping from 10,'t,; to 101. The opiuiou
isgrowiug that tho compituy will have to
light its battle over usain in the house
even if the present echedule should happen
to pass the senate, tuber weak stocks
wore Chicago Uis, St. Paul, Western
l uion, iyend anil ItQCkl in the hands of re
organization coinmittues und roceiveis
like (Talon nud Northern Pacific, aud
Atchison, Tho declaration of tho reg
ular quaiterly dividend by the
Burlington led to a lively covering move
ment in the stocks which rallied Irom
In i- , This rally checked the selling iu
the general list for a time and Sugar ro
OQVriogj to lol'.oud other leadiug issues
to s4. lu the last hour, however, a
itrive wai made against the while list,
hut St, i'aui and Load bore the brunt ol
tbe attack. St. l'aul fell to 50 and Losd
to 3i)i. In the late decline nearly every
stock on the Hit got down to tbe lowest of
tliedavnnd the market cloeed weak and
Si to 2W percent, below yesterday's llnals,
lolal transitions were HBjfM shares.
Tne foil .wing complete utile snowins the
.lay fluctuations in acllva stocks Is supplied
i.in'l levisei! dally hy I.alUr Poller, stock
brokers, Vl Wyoming sTenne'
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New Yoik Produce Market
Nitw V0U May 11 Klovo Dall,
Wheat- liull.flrir. t. higher. No Irad,
tore and elevator. M : afloat.
.'iHija.Vi1,!-. ; f. o b, )ta.M',r. ; no
graded led, HaMr.) No 1 northern,
n.Vio','- . options elided tlrni al VaSc
ovtr yeeteriluy. No. I rrl, May. -c;
Jane, 6-c , July, .'iUN,c , August, Hic ,
heplenib.. tllc. . December, M c
' 0 Dall, "leudy: No. 2. 44C ; fle
VatOV, l-'lSc; afloat, options were
dul. kPd alo.nl v at tjc. decline May,
4. ,.- .1 ni v. 43'4c ; Septemtwr, aic.
Uatm -M. re ective. flruiei, optioua,dnll,
(Inner May. 3714c; Jon. S7ir . July,
37,C.: No white, June, 41c; spot prices,
No. 2, l7WaglX I No '4 White, 4ltia4l4i.;
No. ii Chicago, .w4c.,No. .1. 37c . No ,t
white, 4U:tc; DtuM western. 3tja3Vc. ;
white do. and while state, 4la4.V-
IIikk Dull, steady.
IlKSK ii AMM-tJ'ilet.
TiKitckii llktr Iractlve, steady.
I 1 T tlgSTI thill, steady.
Laiiu -Kaner, quiet: western steam
oloaad atl7.60aT.Wi Mil, 6)0,1 May, 6.7J;
July, 17 40; raBaod, Qglitl continent, .
South America, 68. 4U; compound, SSV
PoltK yalet, steady.
iiLTiKu- Modarata otaMd, Haadytatalo
dairy, new, lltloC do. rrenmery, new,
14al7c ; I'etinsy Ivania, do., 1 lei 7c. ; weelern
dairy, new, lial'Jc, do. creamery, new,
ItalTO,: d". factory, to w, hallc ; elgins,
I, limitation creamery, 1'uMc.
I iirksk Utill. weak.
1 1,1. s Pair demand; fancy, steedvistaio
anil Pennsylvania, I6)fal60ij western fre,b,
Philadelphia Tallow Market.
I'nil.AnKLrillA. May 10 Tallow was
dull and barely steady. Prices were:
Prime city In hogsheads, 4(,c; prime
country, In barrels, 4',c ,1 do. dark lu bur
relf, 4V&; cakes, 5e.t grease, 4c.
This remedy is becomiug so well known
and so popular as to need no jpecinl men
tlou. All who have used Electric Hitters
sing the same song of praise. A purer
medicine does uotezist nud it is guaran
teed to do all that Is claimed. Klectrio
bitters will cure all Uncases of thu Liver
and Kidneys, will remove Piuiplos, lioila,
Halt Kheum and other affect 'oua caused by
impure blood. Will drive Malaria from
the system and prevent aa well as cure all
Malarial fevers. For cure of Headache,
Contispation and ludigestlon try Electric
Bitters Entire sstislaction guaranteed,
or money refunded. Price 60 cts. and 81
per In. tie at Matthews Bros., I 'rug stors
There is nothing liko Dr. Thomas Ecloc
tric Oil to quickly cure or relieve hoarse
ness. Written by Mrs. M. J. Fellows, Burr
Oak, Kt. Joseph Co., Micb.
16 ntiAUTIFUL PICTURES, EVKRY
NOTRI1 I I. Al l: IN ALASKA, THE
I'NITRD STATES AND MfcXICO.
FIVE M 11 in It- ON THE COUN
TER. TEN CKNTS ANO ONE
COUPON FOR ANY NUMBER
CENTlConnolly & Wallace
H'nnfs of all kinds cost that much, esc
ttpt A'iluuti'ons lyoiited.ufticA are iiist'i fed
I J anil eleahlnir, Ipquire W Lee Coui.
SITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNG
kJ lady as bookkeeper. Can furnish refer
woes. Address 1). It., Tribune Otllee.
SIT U A TION W ANTED -DlitESS M A K E K
wishes to go outsewiuu by the day Ad-dro.-s
K. A., Adams avenue.
SITUATION WANTLD BY A MJBKk. KE
I ; liable man of .ill work Addrosj Tribunt
Bmdory, Tribune building.
ClTU.VTION WANTED AS A BUTCHER
k- hv a yuung married man Mue years
e x pi t lanoa Can speak Ourinan and KUKlish.
Reference if needed Address J. W. Arnold,
Jloosic, Lackawanna county. Pa.
SITUATION WANTED WANTED BY A
VJ yonni colored woman, work by the day
or Kenerai housework; and also a man wants
work as coachman: colored; addresser call at
flu Lackawanna avo.. Scrnntun. Pa
'ANTED tlbNLRATOH FOR CHABQ
,oi s ,Ja touiitulu. Address with price,
II , 1 ribuuo onua.
UALI8HEM w.vNTEH TO BELL QUI
kj if. HMle by sample to tho wholeatle ar.d re
tull trade: sell on siidit tu every business man
01 III in, liberal salary and expeusea paid; po
siltuii permanent iur terina address with
namp. UKNTKNNIAL J'F'U Co. klilwau
' -e, , )
U ANTED MAN WITH LIKE AND FIHE
Insurance experience as solicitor in
Lackawanna county. i(.d ladueemenU to
tlSht man A.!. Ires llUW it. bulldiutf.
pOB KENT- FI RNiVhKD HoOVe AND
' Harden mtrv, for summer. Hon.
Kra-e. raanlaa sprtag watar; plenty of shade,
boanutal laa fun of gams fish a few rods
frota door Ma par maaal D w. MHuWN.
attorney, it bpnii s nr....;
ITOB RENT blOHtX Ml Lai KAWaNNa
I .e Inquire at HgHRTrakT,
4'.i Ls kawaaaa .we.
TX)B I.K.N r LMIiT. WELU I'i'kNMIKli
1 rooaMj ilel.gbttul lucatiou IM Weehlnir
rVO l.LT F( K A TBK.M VV M.XHtZ
1 Pert or all of three hundred feet of yard
room along railroad Apatf al untraukiia
'I'O HINT htoke aim or FURMiailiO
1 ball on fire-'ti Mdaa str,st Very deeira
1 le location and on rewmahle terms. Apply
to I i. Nl.Vi LLU'.S or a. suilJlafr'.
lu-puhlican 1 tilldins
nOB KALE Fa M 110 AOUMl eV ACWM
I improved T'ired boiisr..riiiinins Pprtag
water at loth, three Irn ,11,. ,,rl,, rd
1 - ..U.I In villas- "f Forest l.aki..-iiMuinna
. siat Oal f. w rod to scaool abarabj
poatorrlre. etc. BeaulKul lake all stocked
with BHPJS rli" ferpjaoaay. pply oD W
BROWN, alt-.rnei. ie s,,r t,.t
LH)E SALE AKIDEALO CNTET HOME
I T aeri e of land, flue large bouee, mod rn
lmptov,inriiti Kaey dlitsbce frua i-cran
ton Alsu 7 J-eir hU iMildlut U.te .0
caaatry, u w BBOl n ah ,
60S K prate m ,
1,'UR SALE 1.1 STAINEIi OULgO VIE
I does in He. Waabhtira Htr.et Pr.-shy
teriau il.nr. h. Hyde I'.rk for sale ibeip,
on ace .ant ol teartbtf down church Apply
at c 'lurch
Moll 'ALL A r'A KM 1 iF F.blMTY A CRM,
I one and one half miles trues Daltua aa
tho Deiaware. Lackawaiiua aud Wet.r.'i
rsllroad First elsss farm house with a oevar
faii'B sprma aetrbTj tw , haroe. rl lead
and '.! iHrcBar.l ft ill l euld h.. iernje
eee'. Addrvee II F VQE ETOECSar IgslAI
F.i.lo- aaaaat II Da.lou. Le.kawai.aa
np vi le run sale rambles nh i
I (I -. I roiiditioi. S. rant. 11 Trd.uue aeni
IJ Ol SALE 1 R KM llANflK fOE WHAS
too property A lstrlnii oranse (rue
laaranalag In pro.lu. tj,,n aasj ralu yearir la
the orsl.se " t 11 In I t .ri..e Ai'.drea V E
KE'll I.EI't'N lAk Helen. Fionoa
UCMMEE BOAFDIHU roUR EBEPECI
l aids- jarfaPPJ I su fllidj Aral claes Nerd
with slush family In la-ire. airy buse. Hot
and c,,d hatlte Free carrlafe to dep. t pad
church. lue eed one inarter mile uf station
Healuy locality. Addr as but d Clarkt
t T A MEETIMI iF THE IliajgCTOEEOF
: the Nay Au( Kail an I Elmhniet It, ule
yard company it wu 1. aalvaa that a rovetin,,
of the etockhohteri let called to convene at
ti e eeneral 0 1 f tli,. rs,i.iHu) ro. ni In
Itepubllcan butldli.K on the Mh deyufjuae
A D laH from A IU M. until 1 p
I,, take a. 1 ion iai the aPgaTOVQl or
dleapproral of tli afopoapl In. reaee of the
, spitsi eti- k of said company from f jj Oi t
evi,iiii, and that the srrrtary le. and he Is
btreb due. ted to e'e, n tP-e tbre.,r u r.t
ouli.l hy lew T II WATK Ns,
NOTlOg-THI N'lJUINAriONh s-uR (if
lean uf the liermaDla Iluild'ne- snd
I..n aae. latejo of -outb cri.ir. a wi',1 take
place Friday evonlnf. April ff, Isji. aftoi
trsiisaelinir the r.-un'sr nu,lni-sia JACiipF
MILI.kR. ea retarv.
BLANK BOOEfl I'AMIIIl.KIS, bUQA
t uea. etc . U un4 or rebound at Tna
lHini .se offl.u yulck ork Heeeonl...
I r.i .a
WEAL III KITH CAN BX BAD AT lit
l e.,rui Mprin u street sl.d F'rankllu ave
line Te-enty 111 al Briaal lor .. , Uood
kl coited hy the secretary of the .Scrantoii
pOOr.boarsi until 2 o',lo. k p in .rriday May Is,
for furulsbiny and puttiuif in pi ie..;ahout PM
feet of I J o I " inchsteam pipe aud Sttinsrt at
Hillside IP tne Plans and I PecinoatloOS may
t I st the office of F J Autwden. areidt- et
'i he hoard 1 ewer sisi tbe tit-lit to ii. el any or
all bids E J. I.YNI.t l.e-rotary
Scranton. Ta , April It, IR4
DOCTUR JOHN HAMLIN
Qualined Veterinary Surgeon,
Cver Thirty Yeara' Eipenono
(Irsduate of the American Veterinary
The treatment of LAMENESS aud other im
pediments In tin. movements of h rts
I Pino and hc animals examined and pre
scribed for five of charge every Monday from
hot P. If.
Eureka Laundry Go.
Cor. Linden St. end Adams Ave.
COVRT HODSK BQUAIta,
All kinds of Laundry work guarantaoj
CORNELL vs. LEHIGH
AT SCJfUJTTON BASE BALL PARK, SAT
URDAY AFTERNOON, MAY IV.
ADMISSION, ZA CENTS.
Rossrved Seats snd Boxes may be obtained
atFlorey & Holt's, Wyoming avenue.
119 GOODS. WASH GOODS. WASH GOODS
Pieces Indian Dimity
Tb i y aa
aOMunnu array 01 styles at J 2 J -2c
SO Piteces Camilla Organdie
White and Cream Grounds (Lace Effects), entirely new prints, J 2 1-2c; wortb 20o.
30 Pieces Ponemah Leon Satines
Navy Blue Grouud, with white printing; all in Lace and Open Work. Greatest Bargain of
the season. J Sc., worth 25c.
At Our Glove Department
See the Chamois Kids wo are showing at J5C, a pair. They will wash. Worth 1. 25.
CURATIVE SOAP, 18c. A BOX THREE CAKES.
$101 SEE ISlOiDID YOU KNOW?
Ten Dollars buys a Hand
some, Best Triple-plate, five
piece Tea Service at Free
man s. Did you ever hear of
a value to equal this before
This merely serves as an il
lustration of the immense
saving which may be effected
by buying for spot cash from
a firm that sells for cash
only. No other firm in the
city can otfer you anything
like this in value.
1 - v atiivn, s a
12,000 vrorth of Dtemondi to b
given away M prizoi.
All the belt known raciui; men
in the country will oompete,
Graml Pamde of heel men in
F.xcur.siou i.ues ou all roads.
Scientific Eye Testing Free
By Dr. Shimberg,
The Specialist on tlie Eye. Ui'Silanhas anil
Nervouaueaa rellered. Lateat ami Improved
Style of ICjro Ulaaaea and Sjieolaclea at tbe
Loweat Pltsta lleat Artlllclal Eye. luaerteil
Eos SPRUCE ST., op. Old Poat Offlca.
Enropcan Plan. Firat-claaa Bar attaehefl.
Depot fur Bergnor Lngcl'a Tannbaeuaw
N. t Cor, M and filbert Philadi
Moat dcairable for resident of N.E. I'mm;
ylvauia. All eonreolsDcoe for traveler!
to and from Broad BtreVt etatlou and the
Twelfth aud Market Strent station. Do
Irable for vlditlng 8erantonluue and ueo
l in the Anthracite liogiou.
T. J. VICTORY,
This Beautiful Bed Speaks for Itself.
If you need a Child's Bd don't buy until you hava sean
tbis one. You will regret it if you (Jo.
When folded takes but little, mora room than a chair.
Strong and durable. Made- of Oak and Natural Mapla Viky
mil huii finish Holds all tbe Heddlng when folded
Length, S feet. With, 30 and 40 inches
PRICE VERY lOW
Wl AltK RF.TAILING AT FAC
IWThereare bo Welgbta or Stiilcjsn ttie
Fuldn-K Macbaulam af this Bed. WILL
ONLY FOLD BY LIKTINU.
CORNER I.AOKA WANNA AMD
ADAMS A V l:
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
graver free. A large variety of new pat
terns to select from at
31IT I A i 'K. W
See our FIFTEEN' DOLLAItVtiolid
Oak licdroon. Bet!
We sell Furniture as cheap u
anv house lu the country that in
tends to jrn e honest value for the
uioney. Try nt.
105 AUD 207 WWW Ml
IU,. UK DIAMOND
HOKSK Mi.u s
W1LKY RUfWRIaL AND WBLIaS BROS. KCRGW
OCtTlMU M ACHINKRY.
i auJ i. tail dealers' in WaRODtuakers' and Blaokninitlia'
HOW TO MAKE MONEY
There are hundreds of young men and young women in thtl
country who have splendid ability, but they have never beea
Wood's College of Business and Shorthand
IIiw been an Inspiration to hundreds of young people. If yon
are tired of inactivity and want to do something tangible,
come to the College.
COMMON RNOLI9II COUUSll
IU sim ss COURSK.
shorthand course. F. E. WOOD, Proprietor.
"No star was ever lost we once have seen,
We alwayB may be what we might have been,"
A HAPPY PATRON OF
THE RICHARDS LUMBER GO
22 and 23 Commonwealth Building.
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