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THE SCI? ANTON TKIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MOKNING. MAY 23, 1894.
Scranton Suffers Two Defeats at the Hands or
RAZLETOH SUCCUMBS TO ALTOONA
The Rain Interferes with the Games
Between Allentown and Reading and
Pottsville and Easton Standing of
the Respective League Clubs Na
tional League Results Interesting
Base Ball Gossip.
Y region of (lie con
tiitu(l rn u and
Wet fjronnJ y!
terdny but three
State lenuno aamep
. wtrn phiy6i1, two
of wiiicb wore at
IIurrisbai'K between tho club from that
city and Scranton, anil the otlior be
twun Altoona and liuzleton.
Harrisburg was victorious in both
piimef), thns still fnrtlier incrennintc its
ltsad tor championship honors and fore
iuR Scranton to tho tail of tbo list of
State Leaguu clubs.
In the game between Altoona and
Hazleton the former was the winner,
thereby displacing Reading ;:s the
The following table gives the per
centages of the clubs, together with
the number of games won and lost by
each and their standing in the chain
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
Won. Lost. Per Ct.
narrisburt; 16 1 .9-11
Allentown 9 6 .GW1
Hazleton 8 .fiiil)
Altoona.... 8 8
Ki'iidlug 7 8 .407
PotttVfll 5 8 .3H4
Miston 4 11 JM
Scranton 4 13 .250
SCRANTON fT HAflRISBURG.
Thi Coming: Champions Tok Two
Straight from wtf:'.- Ball Tooaers.
ilAitiusisCr.o, May 22. Hirriabur?
took two games from Scranton today
batting Doran and Hols6n hard. The
JVntures of the afternoon's play were
the batting of Hocan.und tho fielding of
Hngan, Wright, E.igan nnd Salos Scran
ton bit Sleany hard in the first g inw but
could do little witli Sprogel in the sec
11. it. o. A. K.
McQaadaLt i 0 l o l
3 instil), lib.. 2 2 0 8 0
Wright, c. f 2 2 3 0 1
Sales. 2b 0 2 4 2 1
Hamburg, lb 1 0 10 o 0
Bamo, r. f. 02200
Fmink, c 0 1 11 0 (1
Jluss, s. s l 0 ; 4 2
ilecney. p 1 2 0 3 0
Totals 0 11 2C Vi
Totals 0 11 27 12 6
Patchen on drop fly to infield.
Harrisburg. ...0 040005009
trnnlon O O 2 ' 1 1 0 0 0 ti
Earned runs Harrisbnrg, 4: Scranton,
4. Lett on bases HarrlBburcr,5; Scrauton,
10. First base on balls Off Harrisburg, 8;
Scranton, 2. Struck out Wright,
Hmink, Meeney, Staltz, Rogers. Two base
bits nles, ileeney. Sacriilce hits Ham
burg, Moss. Stolen bases Mclluad, Hus
ton, Wright, Hamburg, lleoney, Do ran.
Bit by pitcher By McQoad. Passed
balls Hmlnk. Umpire Manlove. Time
of game 1.55.
ri. n. o. a. e,
I.IiOund, 1. f 2 1 8 0 0
Huston, 3 b 1 1 1 1 1
Wright, c. f 0 2 3 1 0
Sales, 2 b 0 1 2 8 0
Hamburg, lb 0 1 11 0 0
EttKan, r. t 0 0 O 0 1
Swink, c 1 2 7 0 0
JIoss, s. s 1 1 0 2 0
Sproael, p 0 3 0 3 0
Total 5 11 20 9 I
it. n. 0. a. e
Btaitz, 1. r 0 i 1 0 0
Hogan, c. f I 1 4 0 0
Patchen, c 0 2 6 3 0
Rogers, r. f 0 0 0 0 0
JUswy, ltft b 0 1 B 2 0
WatteL 8. s . 0 0 4 a 0
Vestlalse, 3rd b 0 0 4 1 0
Higgms, :Jd b 0 0 2 1 0
HoUboii, p 0 1 0 1 0
Total 1 0 20 11 0
"Sprogel and Hogan out, bunted third
Harrisburg.... 2 00000120 S
Beraiitou 0 0 100000 01
liiirnod run Harrisburg, 5: Scranton,
1. heft on bses Harrisburg, 7; Scranton,
A. l'irst buse on balls Harrisburg, 2;
Rtruck out Hamburg, 2; Sprogel, Hwis-
h hi, Hogan, Higgins, Rogers. Threeibase
uim-iuc.uau. i wo nae mtB MmiuJf,
II "ss, Sprogol, Hogan, Patchen, Hodson.
banes Huston, Ragan, Sniiuk, 2. Double
picys vvriimc ana uustoa. tut ty
tnteher Sales, Moss, Wright. Wild
Bitches Hodson. Umpiro Manlove. Tlmo
OTHKB state league uusults.
AltoDiin r2 80001010 7'
Hnzliton 0 0100000 23
Hit. i Altooua, 12: Hazleton. 10. Errors
Aitcona, l; Hazleton, 2. Batteriei
Schoible audCoto; J. Ely and Moore. U
At Reading Rondintr-AUentown game
rtnclnn mil .m nnnn, ... .t -
At Pottsville Pottsville. vs. Easton,
A BAD WRECK
of the onstltutinn may follow in the track
of a disoi-dored system. Dr. Picrco's Golden
Medical i'liscovorv nrovnnta and ct u:-s nil
liver and kailnev Diseases. It rouses thn
liver to lealtllj action, .puflfies the blxd
,lMU allays congestion
of the kidneys.
. X OEO. W. BWIOINRV,
r.sy., oi jawinKniiii,
I'll., snys: "I was for
years hurrlly amo to go
about. 1 suffered from
Ifvriroucl kidney troub
le, ell illfl'en nt Doctors
f rrutcil mo during that
time but could do mo
no good. 1 givo your
" Medical Discovery
the praise for my cure.
Then, ton, my wife
liii 1 a bad case or Asth
ma which 'was cured
by the us" of that
O. W. S.1V1I1NBT.
OB MOIVKY nETUBNEO.
n. n. o.
.'taltz, L f. 1 0 2
Hogan, c. f 2 0 3
Patchen, r. f 0 8 0
Rogers, c 0 l 6
Master, it 0 0 r
Wetael s. s 1 1 0
Westlake, 3b 1 1 7
Hlggins, 2b 0 14
JJoraa, p 110
Boston 2 1000000 0-3
New York 0 010001002
Hits Boston. C: New Yolk. 10. Errors-
Boston. 0: Nehv York. 2. Batteries
Lovett and Ryan; Rusie and Farroll. Um
pireStage. it Chicago-
Chicago 1 0003080 07
Pittsburg 0 00301 2 0 0-0
Hits-ChiCB20. 10: Pittsburc, 0. Er
rors Chicaoro. 3: Pittsburc. 1. Batteries
GriilHh and KittriOge, Ebret und Stack.
At St. Louis
St. Louis 0 0103101 X-0
Louisville 1 1000100 14
Hits St. Louis. 8: Louisville. 10. Er
rorsSt. Louis, 3: Lohisville. 8. Bnttories
(ileason and Peitz; Kilroy and iirim.
Umpire Swart wood .
All othor National leaguo games wore
postponed on account of rain,
Erie 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11
Providonce....! 4100001 x 7
Hits Eric, 0: Providence, 10. Errors
Erie, 2; Providonce, 1. Batteries Horn-
Ion and Gun son, Sullivan aud Dixon.
Buffalo 1 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 0-4
Bpringfleld 2 u o o o 1 0 2 0-6
Hi's liufTnlo, Pi Sprlncfield, 12. Errors
Buffalo. 2: Snriuctteld. 1. Batteries
Hoffar, Oslvln and Urquhart; Vickoryand
Lialiy. Unrpiro Hunt.
GLINTS FRJM THE DIAMOND.
Pottsvillo has sianod Prank Fouikrod,
Into third basuhinu of the Camilon, N. J.,
Tho Novorswcats of tho South Sido chal
lenge the Electrics of Taylor to a garni of
ball on auy dnte for anj- sum or money.
HUGH JfAiniKN, captain.
"If tho State League scriloi will leave
Kelly alone he will urn out all right, as
he could always Ivied, but never driven,"
says the Philadelphia Times.
luck Sharrott, intu of tho Philadelphia
club, has decided to givo up pitching en
tirely, owing to his shoulder trouble, lie
will probably play au outfield position in
eo'me minor league.
Some time ago it was nnnouueed that
Rlttersvllle purk was to have an elephant.
Few then suspected that it was to be
Kelly. And has Kelly heard of the fat'o of
lip? Easton Express.
Tho Rockawnys, of the Scuth Side, have
organiz.d for tlio eeasou and is composed
of the bent players of the South Side. They
would like to hear from tlie Wood's Buni-
11868 College team to play thorn on Satur
day JIuy 20.
Easton has signed Mornn, who played
with Allentown early in tho season, and
Al Bill, of the Atlanta, (ia., team. Both
are fielders. Ellis, a now fielder, who
played with Easton Inst year, will alno
join tun team.
Tho j onng, Men's Christian Association
Base Ball team aud the EureVas will play
base ball todav nt Hogan park. Hofrccr
and Allen will bo the battery for the
Yonng Men's Christian aesocintion. Ad
mission will be 15 cents.
Tho base ball clubs of tho high school,
Wood'H Business college. St. Thomas' col
lege ami No. 37, have formod a leaguo,
thu llrst game to ne played tomorrow ui
ternoon betwe'en tho first two clubs. A
sChedulo will bo'printod later.
A denl was consummated yosterdny by
the management of tl 3 Wllkes-Bnrre Base
Ball club by which Joe Jvuiglit was traded
frit-Bob Pettit, of the Providence team.
Knight left for Providonce yesterday and
JVttitt is expected to arrive at Wilkes
Chicago shonld be tormed the "Giants,"
instead of New York, and the latter the
"Colts." There aro at lease six men ou
the Chicago renin who are six feet tall or
over, while New York has alfaiost as many
men on tno team wlio are nut within
throo inches of that height.
Tho Scrapper Base Ball club defeated
No. 30 school by n score of 40 to G yester
day. Tho Scrappers are: Eugene Tripp,
second catcher; Charljo St. Johu, catcher;
Austin Gorinnn, pitclicr; James Kolley,
short stop; Willie Hughes', first bait';
Willio Koch, second base; Rooster Tier
ney, thiid base; Thomas Rood, right field';
FredMny, Centor field; Losiu Geary, loft
field; manager, Horace Smith.
Tho base ball club of No. ?0 school chal
lenges tbo first club of Wood's businvas
college for a game Friday at 4 p. m. Tho
ground to bo arranged betwteu mnuagors.
The following are the membors of tho
club: C. cacon.catcber; H. Smith, pltchor;
W. Luxomberger, 6hort stop; W. Prynn,
first base; F. Muson, second base; M. 11 id
ten, third base; F. Kelley, loft field; S. Sii
vorstolu, center field; D. Hull, right field.
President Albert L. Johnson on Satur
day evening officially denied that Kelly or
any othor players had boemrcluased. He
said the team, with the exception of Kelly,
had been pluying good ball and tho loss of
at least three gamos last week was due to
Kelly's grotesque actions, which discon
certed the rest of tho players and made
them indifferent. Mr. Johnson suid that
he had telegraphed and written to Kelly
that if be pitches another inning he will
be bounced forthwith, and what Mr.
Johnson says ho means. Bettcc results
from the homo team are expected this
week, and Mr. Johnson believes that by
the Fourth of July tho Allentown team
will have practically won tho champion
ship. Allentown Chronicle.
Four Ilic Successes,
Having the neode'd merit to more than
make good all the advertising claimed for
ihcin, tho following four roinodfos have
reached a plicnomennl sale. Or. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs
mid Colds, each bottle guaranteed Elec
tric Bitters, the great remedy for Liver,
Stomach and Kidneys. Biicklen's Arnica
Salve, the heat in tho world, and Dr.
King's New Life PillB, which afa, a perfect
pill. All those remedies aro gnarantead to
do just what is claimed for them and the
dealer whoso uanio is attached herewith
will be glad to toll youmore. of them. Sold
byluattbeWa Bros', drug store. "
Hrnhy BcsoXNHXLIi foreman Hojiry
Krug Packing Co., .St. Joseph, Mo., uses
Dr. Thoma'a' Eclcctric Oil with Ids men for
sprains, duts, bruisos, chapped bauds, etc.
It is the best.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
Stocks and Bonds.
The following compioto tablo showing the
day's tlnctuntions lb actlvo stocks Is supplivil
bad revised dally by Laltur & FulUr, stock
brokors, 121 Wyumlng avonuo:
Am. Cot. Oil 1!7
Am. Sugar WI6
Cn. N. J f,mt
Chic. N. W mrwi
Q.. B. A CJ 7I1M
Chto. Oss. n;
U, O.C. di Ht. L.... BSW
Col.. Hock. Val. AT
D. All i:w
D., L, A W
D. A 0. F 22K
G. E. Co n
I .sk.. Hhore !:' " .
L. AN i.... 43M
Miss. I'ac i.'f
N. Y. ft N. K...
N. Y. Central U79
N. Y.. O. A W 16 .
N. Y.. H. A W
IT. 8. C. Co 21
North l'ac H
NorthJao. pf 14
Rock Island m
fit. Psul r7u
T., C. A I ID
TexSB.A IsC4fi S
Union PadftcT. IBU
VMihiwh p' 14m
Western Uiflon M2
W. A L. K. 10
W. SUE. pf Kii
HiUartolphla Tsdlow Uarkst.
PniLABBLrklA, May 22. -Tallow was
dull at formT?r rates. Prices wero: Oity
prime in hogsheads, ic.t country
jprlms, in barrels, 4ftc; do. dark In bar
rels, 40,; cakes Cc. 1 grease, 4c.
lbs Marcli of Advauced Science Throughoa
AND ITS VALUE TO US
A Declaration Made by the Great Doc
tor Fothergill for the Benefit of the
People of the World Has
London, Eng. April 30 The follow
ing statement, made by the late Dr. J.
Milner Fothergill, the eminent scien
tist, who was physician for tho London
Hospital for diseases of tha chest, has
made quite a sensation. After de
nouncing oils and similar substances
when UBod as food, ne said: "Fatty,
oily foods cannot be taken by those
whoss stomachs are weak or whose di
gestive organs are ont of order. What
food should such people have ? I say
they need fool which acts as u
itftngthenei and Biistaiuor, as fuel to
feed the lamp of life, and that is starch
food. A loltlble starch food which will
UK. ,1 MlLttUB FOT11EKU1M,
be readily assimilated by the digestive
organs is the foirti for people whose di
gestive organs aro weak."
It v. , i: oulv natural that eucli n Htutc-
meut, coming from so high an authdri
ty, should have made a profound im
pression among the leading physicians
and scientists of Europe, and it brings
into special prominence the recent dis
covery of pre-digested starch food
kurhvn to doctors, to scientists and tho
world ns Paskola. Comparatively few
peoplo outside tho highest medical cir
cles know of this wonderful discovery,
out It is known to possess the qualities
of 11 'sh-forming, ulreugth-imparting,
life-giving liowe r which has never been
Known before in tbo history of the
Tests which have been made show
ing a weak, pale, run-down condition,
fcticompiinicAl within indigestion und
general loss of energy, have shown
most rtinurkablu results, and it is not
improbable that i the discovery of Pa
kolu will be accepted as the flesh-forming
food of the nineteenth century by
the highest uutlionties in both Etiropo
und America. Certainly it is superced
ing cou liver mi.-, ueei tea, nun toe nil-
ty preparations which have been nsed
to extensively in tho pst, and the re
sults so fsr achieved amply warrant
tho wisdom of thoio who have ttakeu
A pamphlet on food und digestion
will be mailed fro on application to
The Pre-Digested Food Co.. 80 Bead
Cblcaco Grain ani PrOTtsIOBS.
i i 1 i i i v Mnn 1 I' I .11,,.,- , , ...I..
tions aroysu'plii'd aud o irratod dully hy La
Bar .V Fiillor, stock hroktirs,121 Wyoming ave
liuo. WHEAT. aiy Jnly. Pent.
Opening .TOfj fity t$H
Higbest ity Bm!
Lowest ." M 57.14
Closing 65 bn 57')j
Opcninu TM 8794 iWJi
Highest Kfii 3sV4 ;io
Lowest 37 37U ils!
Closing 87 b'ltt ils-'i;
Opening xs BUM 2H
Hbjbesi Xvk ;n 28U
Lowest mt mt 21;
Closing Ki 'Jai 2$h,
Open-ill,' H0 1 1H.1 1187
uigneat use us, ns7
Lowest 1J7II 1175 lls7
dosins 117H 11J7 UC7
Opening 715 n BB
tugnesi Tin an ih-t
Lowest CK) 1175 M
dosing at! ti75 m)
Opening 015 (U 015
Ull-hestJ BU 015 015
Lowest 1 " 0117 tii7
C.osinjr 012 010 0111
N6W York Produce Tlarkot.
New Yoiik. May 2. Flovh-DuII,
WiiKAT Dull, lower.closinc weak- No. 2.
rod Ktoro and elevator, W'i'aSic.: un-
graueu rod, BSaWC! HO, 2 NP, Hay, 07c:
juiy, Hjf&i August, eoc; September,
OI)ic; December, 4Xc
WJKn Dull; weaker; No. 2.43c; ele
vator, May, 42K. June, 42?c. : July,
41: Jj'c: August, 4c; September, 44c.
Oats Qolet, flrmari War, nuc; June,
C3kc: July, sc.
i;n : -Qulet'hteady; famllv, I18al4, ex
tra reess, 8g8.B0i beef bams dull, $IH.
TBKOBD BurDull) city extra India
Cut Meats Quiet, easy.
LAiu(,uiet; western steam, ?7.Kbid;
city, HJXaUKc; May, $7.30! July, 7.1;
retlned, dull; continent $7.75; South
America, $s.l5; comnound. BKafk'.
FORK Qalet, easy; uiobs, $i;lal3.50; extra
prime, ji iiuiwa.
HuTTKit Fatt Uicnnd, st adi.-r.
ChkkBI Libi riFl rscaiptf, eisy.
Li.i.s Moderate demand, steady.
Tried and Tiiul is tho verdict of people
wlio irks iioou s ftarsnpnrilla. Tho good
effects of ouch medicine are soon filt in
nerve strength restorod, appetite created
ami in tutu given.
Hood's Pii.i.8 do not weaken, but aid
digesuou and tone the stomach. Try
In TimU.IANllM nf mens t In. .urn r.f i
plough Is the provenlivo of consumption,
1 n s ii-est emu' 1 mnnimnA in the arniin if
Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup. Sold by
an dealers on a guarantee or satisfaction.
NOTICE MY WIFE, MARY E. IIOIINER,
bas left my lioft and hoard without eiruee
or provacatioii: 1 fiereliy lorbitl any ou':i to
barlHir her or tfust her In Jny nnnin.
ItespiotfullV, PHILIP 11. BUHNER,
Pcckville, Pa., May 'il. Mil
CPEChtf. NOTICE WILLIAMS' SCRAN-
1 p urn 1 it y uire.'tory ror 1W1 wlllvr.ito prers
itioiiiuiy, may i. nil" or eouii'mpl,'iU' r'-'iiiuv-
nit, or eiiauves oiioniu lie sent in at oue.
W. U. TAYLOR, Manager,
nu Kyotalag si snqe,
ATA MEET1NO OF THE DIRECTORS OF
J the Nay Aug Falls and Elmhurst liutilc
vard eniupany it was rcnisrod that a meeting
of the stockholders bo called to convene at
the irenorat ouTGo of tlie coutnanv. rn nu lit
Republican building, on the 6th day of June
A, u i"in, irom A. 10 bl until s p.
to take aetiun en tho nnnroval
disapiiroval of the iirouosod Increase of tha
1'itjfltal ' stock of said oomnany from J-ij.OOil to
f.n.eoip, ami mat tno secretary to, and ho ts.
hereby directed to give notice thotaof as re
quired by law. T. H. WATK Nli
, , liocfeTary.
) LA N K BOOKS, PAM PH LETS. MAUA
t sines, etc., bonnd or roliouna at Tna
iuuVnk olllco. Quick work. Ucasonablo
MEAL TICKETS CANljE HAD AT 144.
corner Spruoo utroot snd Franklin sve
nne. Twenty meal fckets for tiLtU, Good
fPctnfn of all kinds cost that mush, ea
tpt Situations Wanted,whieh are inurl
C1TCATION WANTED BY A YOUNO
kj man H v,m of u rai has a fair education;
woidd accept most anything. Can Rive best
of reference. Address ft S., 311) North Ee
beeea avenue, city.
WANTKD--A position by a hoy, is
vi'bth of iiuii. t h nu untirentico to a bar
ber, Address L. J., Tribune.
YOUNO MAN, WKLL EDUCATED AND
fafthful worker, wants employment; no
canTns:inif; references. Address 1J8 Ferry
street, liaiton, Pa,
VH'.U MAN EXPECTING TO ENTER
-1 medlenl eolhiL'o next full wants position
with doctor wberu ho can devote sumo time to
study and drlio or assist generally to imiko
Iart exiiense.i. Address 1.. J.. ii n. mum
JAI'ER l:i;i.l.K W A NTS POSITION IN
Scranton. 1'it.tston or Wilkes-Harro. Ad
dress Paper Ruler. Wilkes Barro.
A SITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNU
A ladv :is dork. '1 lirty vears oxDei ioueAt In
Philalelphla, Cm fur dsh references. Ad
dress A. J,, Triluine offioe.
QITOATHiN WANTED FOR WASHING
5 and olsantnir. luouire fai Leo Court.
SITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNG
lady Its liookkeener. Can furnish rofor-
cneos. Address D. R., Tribune OHice.
SITUATION WANTED - DMBBBMAKSB
O wishes to mi oiftsewinir bv tho dav. Ad-
di-et-s 1(. A., Ml Adams avenue.
J ALKSMICN WANTED TO SELL OUR
kJ goods by samule to tho wholesale and ro-
tull trade; ell oil light to every business man
or firm; liberal Milary and expenses paid; po
sition psrataaettt r Or terms address with
Stamp. CENTENNIAL M'F'U Co.. Milwau-
tee, v Is.
VV' ANTED MAN WITH LIFE AND FIltE
W insurance exoerieuee as solicitor in
Lackawnnna county; good inducements to
light man. AddruSs 1125)S Bttz building,
WANTED-AN ENERGETIC MAN WITH
ab ut 415J. Can get au agency which
will pay Situ week and ex pi nsos.
A. A. MAJtNi'. conway uouso.
TAN'li-.D GOOD WHEtLWRlGHT.
vv Qilthool's Carrlase works, corner Lack-
awiiuna arefitie 1 ml Seventh st eet.
Hclo Wanted Females.
T AD1KS WANTED TO WRITE AT HOME
J j IIB weekly: uo canvassing. Reply with
stamp. MISS FANNIE FELKNOK, South
L'OH RENT SIX ROOM HOUSE. NO. 015
r Eytion street. Imiuiio T. McNulty, 5:)l
I V Ht r.;nt-a new" DOUBLE TloCSK,
F corner Qreei Ridsn street and Madison
tavenue, will rent cheap to desirnbl" tenants.
j 1 1 1 1 4 WAi.1r.11.
OR RENT- FURNISHED HOUSE AND
. I II .'II 111 ' ' ' . i I . I 1 . I I flLIUllllVl. IMMUl
large; ranninu sprinif water; plenty of Sialic;
ti 'it il ul Ink full of ifumi li-h a few rods
fr. m door. KtB wr month. D. W. DROWN,
attorney, 6O.1 Sprtico streot.
f X)R RENT- FURNISHKD ROOM, SU1T
I nltlo lot' two. witli In !lti1 or arltholtS. 1:12
,'I1 RENT LIOHT. WELL FURNISHED
V rooms; deliglittul location. W4 WashinK
'po LET FOR A TEfi.M OF YEARS
J. Part or all of three hundred feet of yard
room along railr oad. Ap;4y at 2M Franklin
'T'O RKMT STOKE 2&zim OR FURNISHED
L hall on Green Ridge street. Very denira
nlo loitatlon and ou reasonable terms. Apply
to F. E. NETTLE TON or C. ti. WOODRUFF,
nOB SALE - V GOOD MILCH COW
I iiuire SOU Kortb M uin avenue.
r0B SALE CHEAP-ilORSE AND BUG
I1 gy. Call 1B1M PUtaton ayynne.
OAK flMBEBLOl rOB SALB-SBfVEN-tv
Hvo acros, heavily timbered with white
oak and some hickory, within thriio quarlef's
of milo of D., L. W. antl Uij miles of Erio
raUwaya; level road. Forprloe, terms , etc.,
adSress or call on E. M. LOW. MAN, Exr. Est.
.lm:ob Loivman, I.uwinan, Chemung Co., N. Y.
PGR SALE FAKJT110 Ai RES; m ACRES
1 Improved. Two good houset.runniniLspring
water ut both, three good barn", young tjfhcanr
Lt cateil in villaueof Forest Lake.Su-nuebaiina
oounty. Only a few rods to school, Dburob,
ioKt0Illie, inc. Iiiautuui UtK t ei stocktil
with gams fish. Terms easy. Apply 10 D. W.
BROWN, attorney, WW Spruce street.
I OB BALK-AtWDE I , Ci : I' NT KY HOME,"
1 7 acres of laud, lino large h mse, mod rn
Improvemsntt Easy dlituce .from scrSti
ton. Also 7 d' sir bl 1 btdldlng lots In
.ountry. D. W. BROWN, Att'y,
i'iIIS Spruce stri ot.
jOR SALE -A FARM OF EIGHTY ACRiirt,
1 onn and one half miles Irom Dalteu on
the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
railroad'. Fii st eliiss farm house with a never
falling s'uring nearby; two barns, good land
aud good orcliard. Will be sold cheap. Terms
ens . Address I). F. VON STORCH or ISAAC
ELLIS, executors, Daltou, Lackawanna
id; SALE OR KXi'HANi'lE FOR SCRAN-
bearing oraneo erovo
lucrenslng In broduetiOl
111 and value yearly in
the orange section in Florida Addrcs F. K.
KF.TTLETON. Laks Helen, Florida
QUMHBB UOA1.D1NU -FOUR RESPECT
iJ able p t.jii van And llrst class board
with amnh family In la ge. airy house. Hot
nnd colli baths. Freo earriago to depot and
church Three -quarters of a mile from sta
tion, lb nltny locality. Addr.ss box BB,01arks'
VtiTloi; IS HEREBY GIVEN Til T AN
i annlica ion will bo made to the Court of
Conimiln Plosaof Laekawauifti county, or unit
of the judges thereof, on Monday, the lltb day
dune. A. U., IHIM, at II o'clock a. m., under tin
piovisions of tho Act nf Assembly eutitldd.
"An ait to irovlde tor tbo Incorp 'ration and
regulation of'ci-tain corporations,'' approvi d
April 20. lfcTt. and the supplements theroto.for
tb" charier of au Intonood col ponttltin to be
calloJ ' 1 ho Scranton TjteatrlOal Mechanics'
Assoelntion,'' the char.icter and object of
Willi h is to establish and provide a fund for
tho benollt of its lu 'tubers by furnishing relief
to any uetnber in case of stoknessand to tht.sir
families In aio of death, OUt of the funds col
lected therein, and for the promotion of thn
prinoiplesel benevolent e; and for these pup.
pones to have, possess and enjoy nil tho rlgh.s,
benefits and privileges ooAfOrrod by tho snid
Act of Aascmb y and its supplements. The
proposed charier iA Uow ou llle in tho otllce of
tho 1 rothdnotarr of Lnckawanua county to
No. 071) May term. ll.
MILTON W. LOWRY, Solicitor.
VOTICK-PROPOSALS INVITED FOR
11 .sinking sliaft 10 by 12 feet from 14ffx7t
vein of coal to the (Tnrk vein, depth sotno 40
ydrds. for particulars apply nt omco of tho
Elk Hil! Coal and I on Conmanv. Dlekoon
Ciiy. Pa. WM. II. RICHMOND, Pros.
The GENUINE New Haven
New York Warerooms No. 80
E. C. BICKER & CO,
Sole dealers In this section,
oi i icii-m Adams Ave., Telephone BTd'g
Special Sale of
Ladies' and Gents' Ribbed
AT 10c, 12a,25c.,35a,
37c, 50c, 76c. and
AT 25c. and 45c
We still continue to sell CORTICELLI 100-yard Spool Silk at 7 cents per spool
Our neighbors all get 10 cents.
The most ancient of all personal
ornaments, and in every age and
encntrv the distinguishing mark
of freedom, birth, rank aud honor
Tell their own story. They pos
sess nil the beauty that art can
give them, and every worthy new
f .ul and fancy that fashion sux
gists at ouco find a place in his
stock. Real Diamond Liiugs from
$1 00 up. Thousands of Gem
Kingj to select from.
Solid 18-karnt gold, of course,
all the weights und sizes. By the
w.iy, Resell all plain gold rings
by Actual weight. This means a
big saving to buyers.
Dealer In Diamonds, Watchos.
Cor. Fenn Aw. and Spruce St.
$2,000 worth of Diamonds to be
given away as prizes.
All the best known racing men
in the country will compote.
Grand Parade of Wheelmen in
Excursion rate3 on all roads.
0. S. Gary & Co.'s
Tuesday Night, May 21
For 4 Days
OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE
Admission, 10 and 20 Gents.
DOORS OPEN AT 2 AND 1 P.M.
An unlimited assortment of Ladies' Vests, Whito or Ecru, short
sleeves, long sleeves, or without sleeves, high or low neck. These
goods are all of the finest inako and best grades of Cotton and
Lisle. Every conceivable shape.
We are showing two lines of Men's Ribbed Shirts and Drawers
that fill a long-felt want. We don't think you will find these
goods in auy other store in tho city, as we had them made espe
cially for our own trade. The price is ridiculously low, while
the garments bear exceptional merit and are perfect fitting.
This Beautiful Bed Speaks for Itself.
If you need a Child's Bed, don't buy until you have seen
this one. You will regret it if you do.
When folded takes but little more room than a chair.
Strong and durable. Made of Oak and Natural Mspie. Very
fink RUB finish Holds all the Bedding when folded.
Length, 0 leet With, 30 and 40 inches
PRICE VERY lOW
WE ARE RETAILING AT FAl
BTliero am no Weights or Spring in the
Foldliie Mechanism of this Bed. WILL
ONLY FOLD BY LIFTING.
CORNER LACKAWANNA AND
DID YOU KNOW?
That we will GIVE you beautiful new pat
terns of Sterling SILVER SPOONS and
FORES for an equal weight, ounce for ounce,
of your silver dollars. All elegantly en
graved free. A large variety of new pat
terns to select from at
807 LACKAWANNA A VISITOR
See our FIFTEEN DOLLAR Solid
Oak Bedroom Sett
We sell Furniture aa cheap aa
any house in the country that in
tends to give honest value for the
money. Try us.
200 AND 207
IRON and STEEL
CAS I' STKEL
WILEY & RUSSELL AND WELLS nRO
WholMule and retail dealers' in Wagonmaken' and Blacksmith'
HOW TO MAKE MONEY
There aro hundreds of young men and young women In thli
country who have splendid ability, but they have never been
Wood's College of Business and Shorthand
Has 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 ENGLISH COURSE
shorthand course. p. E. WOOD, Proprietor.
"No star was ever lost we once have seen,
We always may be what we might have been,"
A HAPPY PATRON OP"
THE RICHARDS LUMBER CO.
22 and 23 Commonwealth Building.
Opp. Court House.
It. R. SPIKES