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THE SOB ANTON TttlliirNK-THirKSDAY MOTtNIlTO. MAY 554, 1694.
J tBHBB WBHB
S;ranton Loses Another Cima and Drops
Deeper Into Mire.
RITOONA PROVED TOO STRONG
Flanagan Weakened in the Eighth and
the Mountaineers Batted Out Six
RunsOnly One Other State League
Game Played Yesterday Allentown
Defeats Pottsville Other Games
CR ANTON clinched
it! liold on tile Mil
end position yatr
day Thy Mowing
Alloonn to defmit
J.V 1 it i1 unifiwn
B f Jtsa pUohtd for "our
't-' I. tints" unit hald the
well until tht
t Lgbtb inning when
tlu v Imlled out eix
sittled the Kiuno and
Scrnnton pettlml back in ausy conti
dence that it io firmly fixed in tho po
Bition at the foot or tho leauo laddar.
Rain prevented the gatno at Harriu
burg (which no doubt prevented the
eunators from adding to their lead.
The following table gives the per
centages of tlie olabs, togethor with
the uumber of games won and loat by
oac'u and their standing in the cham
STA.NDI.NU OF TIIR CMTBft.
Won. LiMt. TerCt.
1 larrisbtirir 10 1
Allentown 10 0
lliizliiton H B
ai toons u
Beading 7 s
l'nttsvillo 6 '
Kneton 4 11
ixrauton 4 13
LOST 111 THE (ilCHfH.
Up to That Tlm Linjr Tom Flananati
Hnd B;nn a ?nzz!o.
6M tint io thr ycraiitim IW5IM6
Altoona, May 23 Soranton lust the
pnnie today in the eiglith tuning, when
tho homo team sized up Flanagan's
delivery and batted oat six o:irne.l
ruus. lip to the eighth Flanagan bad
the Altovnas at his inoroy. Tlia icore:
It. It. O. A. K
nnttermore, 2 b. ... 1 4 a 0
Walters, c. f 1 3 a o 0
Yoangman, r. f o l l o 0
Cote, c l 3 5 o
Miller, a. a. 1 1 8 S 0
llurtman, 3 b 113 0
Uaznn, 1 b 3 1 1U 0 I
Douohue, 1. f 1 2 2 0 0
Weat, p l 2 o 3 i
Totals 9 10 27 13 8
it. ii. a a. e.
Hipan, c. f 1 2 1 0 ii
Wetzel, b. s oo33o
Patches, c l 2 8 o o
Rogera, r. f 0 18 0 0
Master, 1st b 0 l 9 o o
KmltA 1. f 0 1 5 1 1
Westlake. 3rd b 1 1 o 2 o
Higgics, 2d b 0 1 2 1 0
Flanagan, p 12 13 0
Totals i 11 27 10 1
Altoona 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 9
tcrauton 0 200 2 000 04
Earned runs Altoona, 7;Scranton, 4, First
bao on balls Off West, S; off Flanagan, 4.
Struck out By Went, J: by Flanagan, 2.
Threo bao hits Hogan. Two bane hits
Cote, Wilier, West, Rogers, Flanngan.
BacriSoe hits Miller, 2: liartman, West,
WetieL Stolen basen liuttormoro. 2;
Youngiuan, Hogan, Donaghuo, West,
Patcucn, Westlake. Double plsys Hart-
man, Cote and Hogan, Kuiltannd Higgtns, I
i'assen nan tote. Uinplro Ketnck.
Tims of game, 2.05.
OTHER STATE LEAGUE RESULTS.
Pottsville 0 0 0 1 3 3 0 0 18
Allentown.... 2 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 49
Batteries Clark and Biggin?: Baldwin
and Milllgan. Umpire 1'orcoran.
At Reading Reading-EnBton game post
poned on account of rnin .
At Harrlsbarg Harriibnrg-Hniletcn
gamo poBtpmied on nccouut of rain.
Brooklyn 0 10 12 10 0 x 8
Baltimore 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 01
Bits Brooklyn, 9; flaltimore, 0; Errors
Brooklyn, 2; Baltimore, 3. Batteries
Kennedy and Kinilow: Mnllauo and Rob
inson. L'niiiire Lynch.
Boston 8 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 04
New York B 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 x-12
11 its Boston, 13; Nw York, 13. Errors
BoKton, 1; New York, 0. 1 latteries
Btivetts, Rtaley and Ryan; Muekiu arid
Farrell. Umpire Stage.
At St. Louis
flt. Louis 0 1010000 1-3
Louisville 0 20 1 1 0000- I
Hits St. Louis, 0; Louisville, 7. Er
ror Ht. Louis, 4: Louisville, o. Batteries
Hawhrf and B'ickley; Hemming and
Eaile. Umpire Swartwood.
f'hicauo 0 3 2 4 1 0 fi
Pittsburg 8 0 8 0 4 010
Hits-Chicago, 11; I'ittsburg, 7. Er-rois-Chicsrto,
2; Pittsburg, 2. Batteries
i;onnelly, Hutchinson and Schrivor: Gum
ber, Colcolougb, Nichols, Snydor and
Hark. Umpire Emslie. ttamo calisd
tndsixia inning to allow tho Chicago
team to catch a train.
At Philadelphia The Philadelphia
Washington game called on account of
rain; the score at end of first inning then
standing 8 to 0 In Washington's favor.
At. Cloveland Tho Cleveland-Cincinnati
game was postponed on account of rain.
Troy..O oooooooooo l i
Hits Wilkes-Rarre, 4; Troy, 4. Errors
Wilkos-Barre, 3; Troy, L Batteries
Keennn and WameTj Meakin and Cahill.
Binghamton...0 00011 B0 0 7
Syracuse 0 0010148 x 9
Hits Binghamton. 11; Syracuse, 1(1 Er
rors Btnghamton, 2; Syracuse, 8. Bat
teries Delany, Burnett. Lobeck and
Dowse; Sharrot and Wilson. Umpire
Buffalo 0 0 8 1 0 0 3 0 0-6
Springfield 1 0 4 0 1 0 0 0 1-7
Hits-Springfield, 11; Buffalo, 18. Er
rors Spriugfleld, 1; Buffalo. 1. Batteries
Couprliliu and Leary; Hoffer and Urqu
hart. Umplro Hunt.
At Erie Erie-Providenco game post
poned on account of ruin.
GLINTS FR1M THE DIAMOND.
"Sandy" QrUBn, released by Buffalo, has
Signed with Syracuse.
Wilkus-Unrro led the Eastorn leagoe
It was a hard struggle, but Scronton
has managed to reach tho tail end.
Hugh Jennings, of Avoca, tho brilliant
abort stop of the Baltimore club, was
touebod for a $16()dlarnond during a recent
game In New York.
Wi'.kes-Barre has signed Bill Brown, of
the Louisville club, to ploy first base.
Brown played iirst base for Louisville
ues'lf all last season, standing at tho head
r'n i rrtC
O" the National loagne u first baseman,
with percentage of ,067 in Holding.
The Poun Avenue Stars chal cngo nny
cluo under is jeara of tigo. Aniwsr
througb 'i iiE Tuuiunec U. Doau, ssptain;
W, Prim, muunger.
Thrt Wilkes-Burre News Deaier is au
thority for a rumor to the effect that Pitts
ton will make an effort to got in the state
league next soisou.
Washington wants to trade their short
stop, Sullivan, for McMnboo, short stop of
tho Wilkea-Barra club. The latter form
erly played with Washington.
Philadelphia has three playerr, Turner,
Dolehanty and Thompson, who lead tho
National leagUS in batting averages up to
dote. Bonner leads tho second basemen
Uncle Anson 1ms signed Pitcher Terry,
recently with Pittsburg, for whom Man
ager Burns Was making a hid. Pitcher
Knell, released by the same club, has been
signed by Louisville.
Yale Murphy. New York's great find for
shortstop, seems to be doing very poor
work of late. Iu tlie last nine gam.
Murphy has only made six hits, all singles,
and sTsral of them rank aassratcbes, H-
hSS slsO SOOrSd but live runs, which is In
striking contrast to his work in this line
In the first fourteen games, whenhoscored
Well, uothv. ilhstandtng tho loss of four
games last week, and the many unkind
Words that have been said of King Kelly
and the rest Of Ms total, the Allentown
Ctub is still in second place. Wiiai is more,
Kelly does not DrOpOSS to lot the gTSSS
grow under his toet and says that before
many suns Irnvo sot his team of ox
leaguers will li on top of the ho.tp and
that everv blow of tho "hammer on the
anvil" (as Kelly terms tho newspapers and
outsido harsh criticisms) will o a crown
on his head and on that of his players.
Well, this is tho kind of talk we like to
hear from the Honorable Alike. Now,
lot's "jolly" tho team along and promise
that if they play tho good ball this week
t hat they are able to play uli will be for
given. Wo are still of the opinion that if
Allentown plays the game of which it is
capable, none of tho other State League
clubs uro in it with them. Allentown
SILVER SEEMS VERY POPULAR.
New Fancy ArtU'les Made of That Jletnl.
I'.'irisiitn ...in' Km broidery.
There seems to Ik- a demand for silvered
fancy articles t his season. Not only are tho
usual silver washed photograph frames and
puff boxo displayed, but a host of smaller
trifles unlo jewel baskets with openwork
edges run with ribbons, tiny pincushions
in all sorts of forms with velvet tops, calen
dar frames and similar articles. In ster
ling ware the crop of souvenir spoons is as
huge as ever, and the damaged reputation
of silver does not seem to have affected
their cost, but stickpins and mounted pock
Stbooks are shown at reasonably low prices.
.Something new in plated goods ha.s recent
ly bean brought out in the shape of an
orange holder. It consists of an openwork
HXCtTBHIOX IN LACE BMBBOIpXBT.
hemispherical cup, of the right size to hold
half an orange, aflixed to a Hat standard,
and is A pretty and convenient addition to
the table service.
In the matter of fancy work, fashion is
unmistakably retrograding. For 10 ycr.rs
past we have enjoyed tlie roign of good
taste. In place of stiff monstrosities of em
broidery in crude and impossible colors,
artistic adaptations of natural forms have
been used, worked in subdued but truthful
tints. Now there is a revival of the former
meaningless ornamentation, unplensing in
both detail and general effect. Canvas
cross stitch patterns are reappearing, and it
looks very much as if old fashioned wool
workottoman covers, slippers and that
sort of thing were on its wny to the front
Pariaietknes are pretending to busy them
selves over a new kind of work which they
call lace embroidery. A sketch is given of
n pincushion cover in this style. A stiff
spray of flowers is outlined with twisted
white silk cord on a red or old gold satin
ground, while the inside of the petals and
leaves is filled in with a variety of small
fancy stitches in white silk, which yet al
low the satin ground to show. The stems
ore worked in regular steinstitch, not too
close. This is a simple and rapid sort of
embroidery and may be employed for other
articles than pincushions only do not ex
pect anybody to recognize the species of
flower represented. JrjDIC CliuLLl-x
One of the most cations packages that
have reached the dead letter office was one
addrsassd to a lady in Springfield, O., who
lias never been found. It was a small six
barreled revolver, with c'vory chamlier
loaded, and set at the full cock. Tho won
der is that if. did not go off when tho par
cel was oixmed.
The population of the United States is
now about 04,000,000. Brazil's is some
where nenr 14,000,000 and Canada's in the
neighliorhood of 5,000,000. In area, tbo
United States has 8,088,000 square miles,
exclusive of Alaska, and 8,002,090 with
Alaska, Canada has 8,470,227 and Brazil
Time Required For lirolllug.
Fish, small, thin, 5 to 8 minutest.
Fish, thick, 13 to 15 minutes, Steak, 1
inch thick, 4 to6minotes; steak,
inches thiek, ft to 8 minute) tihop.i, 8
minutes; chickens 20 minutes.
Tilings Women Want to Know.
French coats fall open in snc.h easy
and graceful fashion thin leason that
Uiey lire called jackets 'to distinguish
them from tho closely fitted coats of
Tho bolero in tho name given several
short jackets that arc a feature of French
dres lee and promise to bo as popular as
tho Eton jacket of last year.
Black or blue stage makes nn excel
lent dress for hard' usage.
Tailors will continue to make long
coats, as many women of fashion object
to short jackets oven for warm Weather,
Tho shirt Waista mndo by tatloi.i aro
of cotton choviots, madras or porcalo
in very light colors. They aro made
with pointed stitched yoke and aro gath
ered below tho throat and at tho waist
in front and back. They have standing
collars or ehuv turned over collars at
tached to a hiih standing band that is
fastened by two buttmia.
Checked silks are very fasliionabla
Moiro silks and ribbons aro in great
Tmerkrt mutual Insuranco policy
against att ack of sicknesn is to be found
in f aking Hood's Harnaparilln. If you aro
woak it will mnke yoo strong.
Hoop's pills aro the best after dinner
pills, assist digestion, cure headache. Try
a box, 36c
Hkniiy Hchoknhais, foreman Henry
Krog Packing Co., St. Joseph. Mo , uses
Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil with his men for
sprains, cuts, bruises, chapped bauds, etc
it is tho best.
n - r
TMi;, ITOmfiSi Want to Know.
r.t u honsa lonvo i c:.t.I
for each lady.
A widow ought not to entertain With
in tho your of begr Ixuvuwiuout.
The Bailor Hilts will bo worn ng.ii.i
by boy:; iu kilt, and also by those iu
Fiuicy rongh straw;, especially brown
and on ru, oro in favor for toques and
Cravouotto is waterproof materia and
can DO found at nay wf tho largo dry
goodi Btorea It is and foe ulsters, wn
terproof clonks and for dresses. It is
twilled wool! not too heavy far oomfort
Elbow sleeves aru predicted for sum
taor ln sses, but it ill too early to sp. ak
Turn down collars and cuffs of linen
lawn mOOh stiffened are WOrn with sim
ple close fitting gowns of Homo dark
A good black serge gives 0H6 almost
unlimited wear, and spots are easily re
moved from it by the use of diluted
ammonia and water rubbed on with a
piece of the goods.
Veils continue to be worn well below
tho chin and are not drawn tight over
The petticoats are mndo pligbtly
trained and are full and voluminous.
Lim n and duck dresses uvo to bo pop
ular again this year.
Your calling card name remain i tho
same as a widow as daring your hus
Rubies uro now tlio most expensive
kiud id' jewel
Frosting Without Kggs.
Ono cupful of granulated sugar, 5
tablospoonfuls of milk. Boil four or five
minutes till it threads from the spoon.
Flavor as desired. .Stir till right thick
ness for spreading. This is line grained,
white and delicious.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
Etooks nd Eonrti.
NEW Yoiik, Way 88. Loudon purchases
of stock estimated at fully 16,000 share.-,
rumors of an early settlement of the
strike in the bituminous coal region and
a hi lief that the Western railway man
agers will devise means to prevent rate
cutting through the formation of a cast
iron pool all teuled to advance the prices
at the stock exchange today.
Tiie following eooipists table snoirinit the
day's fluctuations is active stocks unapplied
nod revised dally bj Lulfur & Full.ir, atoclr
brokers, 121 wvomins avenuoi
Open- Hlih- Low t'loi-
iiur, est. est. fear.
Am. Cot. Oil -7 27 87 27
Am. SuKar H':i 1KI WV, VZHi
A.T.A8.F ON io Kt v
Oaa.80.- So !M ra H
Con. N.J H'7 llli 1011 100
ChlC, & N. W HC(4 IliSV, M7H i1N
O, II. & Q 77 7MU 77 "H
Cblo. Huf. rtllil USM 7U?4
( .c.( . m at. ii.... wis ;';la ''s
Col.. Ib.ek.Val. ft T. I
d. ii mt
i;m l;wV4 l:ts4
I)., h. ft w m
IUUM la'Mi UjO
D.ftC. F 2M 24 XI iM
iie ii nvt n
O, B, Co IBM ;n MHs mh
LnkeSboro ISuU IIM l:iW hllVt
L.ftN 44J4 f..' 4i"A(4
M.mhnttan US 1 1 "J-4 llil llSfi
Miss, l'ac '.'f."! Wi MM
Nat. Lead 8S :t7hi 371
N.V.&N.K 4 4U 4 4(4
N. Y. Central Wit Wi7s
N. V.. O. ft W U UM 15 lAjl
N, Y S. A W UH 14 1 1)4
u. s. c. Co vt tm 22W 2:1
North Pac KU 4 0'H
North Pac. pf 10, WH, 14 15
Omaha WM WW W4 IH'W
Rending I5M 17 1, lf.U
Reek Island 7 HS B7 t7
K.T Wi 11 lett II
r-t. Pnul 67U t.'M foTti Mil
T..C. ft I It)4 i;i4 lll 1714
Tl'Xlis ft Pc S S H h
1 'ni. m Pacific Itkt K IM hi
Wabash rr IntJ 15;)s 14' lU
Western Union KM(i S4 KVi Ml
w.ftu r n lit! n
W. ft L. E. pf 4fl
Chloago Grain and Provision s.
KcnANTOW, Jlay XI. The followinc (luota
tioun uro aupplied an. I Oorrotsd dally by Ln
l)ar,. Fuller, stock brokors.121 Wyoralnit ave
nue. WHEAT. May. Jnlv. Sept.
Opontnij 68 6M1 57i
01 0 :dns
1 owe it
17 Uj vm(, now
I W K7a; :tsu
ITM KM sui
MM tm IM
Mm 81M 2tlW
mi ml mi
81 fills SII14
1170 1175 1177
1177 Il7 llt'7
117.) ilsS 1175
1177 IIS" im
CC5 B72 r.7,1
iM LSI) !
ffS5 (170 1175
0:i2 US') Wl
010 607 HJ8
no M Bso
Old 1117 IIC5
ItM CM 020
New York i'ledac? Market.
Nkw Voite Aloy J. l'Lopn-Dnll,
WeXAT- Dull, easier, closing Steady No.
I . . run store ano elevator. DIMC.) auoai,
BTWe.1 f. o. b, 6868Me,! No. 1, northern,
MMtic.; options inodoratelf aotlVe, eios-
ujg weak at WaJtJ'a nnder yest Td.iy. May,
ry-, ; .lime, 57h&; Jnly, K8at: August,
auyje. ; neniemoer, ooe. ; uecemner, DSC.
i.'oltN Dull, flrmeri No. 2. 4.j4'c. ; ele
vator, 4;lXc. Stea r mixed, 4Jc. ; options
dull and llim at ) iae. advance; May,
4iKc. ; June, 4-;:1e. ; July, MKci Bsp"
Oats Quiet, iirm- options duli.strottgsr;
May, 40c.; June. Ssjyc: July, IIHWc.) Kejw
ten.b r. 89c, srtot prices, No. 'j, 0c.i No,
'J white, 44c; N... 2, Chicago, 41c: No. 8,
800.1 o. fi, white, 4:1. .; mixed Western,
40s49e.f white dp. and whitn stale, i8a44o,
Otis -Puil. steady.
Bisr Mams -Quiet.
TntBOSO BSW Inactive.
( I T SATS Quiet, ens., ; niokled bellies,
OWc.i sbouldais, BKe. biims, Wc;
mi. Idles nominal.
LaI'.u- Quiet, stendier; wedurn steam,
7.:;7i$; city, Otifi.-.; May, 7.35j .lulv,
17.20; refined, aniet; continent i7,7o;
South, America, iH.i; compound, 8)h6V,
I'oiik Dull, easy.
BuniB Fancy, linn; fair dsraandi sta'o
dairy, laaioc; do. creamery, Ial7('.i
Pennsrltapia do., I4ai7e.: western dairy,
Hal2c; do."" crenmory. 8.11c: elglus, 17c;
imitation creamery, lOal lc.
CUBSSK Moderate demand, steady.
Egos Quiet, steady; state and Psnoayl
vauia, 1"c; western fresh, UiiaVic.
Philadelphia Tallow Market.
FlOLADKU'lllA. May ffil.-Tallow was
dull at former rates. Prices were: City
prime in hogsheads, 4;c: country
.rime, In barrels, 4Ji.'c. ; do. dark In bar
rels, 4c; takes 00.1 grease, 4c.
Four li.tr Gucooasa.
Having the needed merit to moro than
mnke good all tho advertising claimed for
them, the following fouT remedies have
r ached a phenomenal sale. Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs
and Colds, each bottle guaranteed Elec
tric Bittora, tho groat romedy for Liver,
stomncb and Kidneys, liuckleo'e Arnica
Salve, the boat iu the world, nud Dr.
King's Now Life Pills, which nre a perfect
pill. All theso remedies are guaranteed to
do just what is claimed for them and tho
dealer whose name is attached herewith
will be glad to toll you more ot them. Hold
byMatthews Bros', drug etore.
Iw thousands of oases the cure of a
cough is the preventive of oomsomptlon,
The surest cough medicine in the world Is
Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup. Sold by
all dealers on a guarantee of satisfaction.
! A Word.
Wat$ of all kinds cost that mticn, ea
ttpt Situativua HrOlltd.lskoA are Mucrta.
I iniiii 11 vum , .1 t,i! Ii.n a f ir odu -ht ion:
wnul.l ari-nt,r ii,.-,.! uf hlnif. 1 1 lmvo best
Of rofsiou. i. A.l.li.'ss i'. S., Hill North Ke-
D04 ea aviiiii'. ellv.
1X7 ANTED a P sffloM BY A BOY, 15
' years of ago, 1 h an appNOtioe to a bar
b. r, Address L. J Tvilaiiio.
V'OL'Nii MAN, WKLL KDCCATED AND
faithful wnrker, wants employment; no
e.tiivaNsKiii; references. Address 71iU Perry
s:r. ft. f-aist.iii. I'ii.
V'uUNtf MAN BXPKUTING 10 ENTKIt
1 Bwdleal oollega next fall wants position
Willi nOAlxir W(i..r.. Ii llcVlltl- S .llll. tilll" til
study and del e or assist generally to make
part VXIMHUHM. All.lless 1.. .).. ..ss iN. SStlin
DAPBR BULKR WANTS POH1TION IN
i Horanton, Pittatoa or WiUcs-IWi re. Ad
dress Papar Rukir, Wllkea-Barre
HI'i'UATiOM WANTKD BY a YOUNG
.' lady as elerk. Three yoara experianoo iu
Phlladelpnla. Cm fur dun references. Ad
dress A. J., Tribune ofllos.
QITUATIOM WANTKD FUR VVA8HINU
ij nnaeleanlnf. fnqnlro 688 Lee Ooort.
UALHSMKN WANTED TO HULL it'll
d goods by sample to the whoieeale ami re
tail trad..; sell on sight to every bludOSSS man
OT firm; liberal salary and aSpSBSes paid; 00
sitioii perniaii"iit. lor terms address v Ith
stamp. CKNTKNNIAL M'K'lt Co.. Milwim
U, 'ANTED -MAN V. ITU LIPE AND FIlfK
itisuranee experienea as Solicitor iu
Lackawanna oouatyt g.ssi ladnueraenta to
right man. Address 112520 Bet Puildin',
Help Wantsd Male.
It'ANTI-.D AX KNKIOiKTIC MAN Willi
ab .ut .ji.'o. Can get an agsaey which
will pay 8&a w.'k and eapenaso,
A. A. BARNKf 1 Conway House.
117 ANTED (HOD WIIKfiLWIUilHT.
t QQihuot's Carriage works, corner Lack-
BWnaSa avenue 1 nil Seventh steot.
oil RENT STORK .".II LAI KAWANNA
Ave. Inquire of HBNRY r..r.Y,
421 Laokawanua Ave.
L'olt BENT MX ROOM HOUSE, NO. (115
1 Brnon street. Inquire T. JleNulty, G.'il
IOlt BKNT A NKW DOUBLB HOUSE,
I corner QreeaBtdgo street and Itadtaon
avenue, will rent cheap to desirabl" tenants.
Fob rent fdrnishkd housh and
I garden In country, for summer. Hor.B3
lnrge; running spring water; plenty of slisdei
be iutiful lake full of gaiiu fish a few rods
from door, M5 per month. D. W. HltoWN,
attorney. 50K sprue.' street.
ioll RENT-FURNISHED ItooM, StlfT-
ahle lor two. with board or withuut, 12
nORRENT LIGHT. WELL FURNISHED
I rooms; delightful location. Wl Washing ton
rpo LET FOK A TERM OF YEARS
J Part or all of threo hundred foot of yard
room along railroad. Ap;iy ut viul-miiklfu
'PO IlKNT STOHE 25(VI (111 FURNISHED
J hall on Groon Rldgo stn-ot. Very dosfra
nlo location and on reasonable terrna. Apply
to P. E, NETTLETON or U. a WOODBUVK
Ii. publican liuilding.
I.OK BALE A OOOD MILCH COW; IN
I iUin. SiHP North M afaj avenue.
OAK TTMBiBLOl foil sale SEVEN
ty five acres, heavily timbered With white
oak ami soino hickory, within threo-ipiarters
of mile of D., L. .ii W. and nv mllcH of Erie
rniiwsys; level road. For price, tonne, etc.,
addrsSS or call on E. M. LOW MAN, Exr. Est.
Jacob Low man, Lowman, Cheinuug Co., N. Y.
TJOR BALE-FARM 110 ACRES; ho acres
X iniproved.Two good houses.running spring
water at both, three go.. if hariis,yi,uiigoi'heard.
Located in villageof Forest Lnke,Sus(iielinnna
eountv. Only a few rods to school, chureh,
piwtouico, etc. Beautiful Ink uell stocked
v.itli game tisli. Tonus oasy. 4pplytoD. W.
BB( WN, attorney. f.0S Sprue street.
1.HIU SALE-AN IDEAL COUNTRY HOME,
J 7 acres of land, fine largo noose, moiLrn
Improvements Ussy aMtanes from scran-
ton. Also 7 dsn hl I i.uililiiur lots in
country. D. W. hkown, Atfy,
rIS BprUOC street.
POB BALE A FARM OF EIGHTY ACRES,
1 one and one half miles from Daltnn on
the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
railroad First class farm bonso with a never
tailing spring nearby: two bams, good land
and g.XMi orchard. Will be sold cheap. Terms
Mbv, Address B, F. VON BTOROH or ISAAC
ELLIS, oxocutors, Dalton, Lackawanna
l ounty. Pa.
70R SALE OB EXCHANGE FOR SCRAN
1 ton property A bearing orange grovo
increasing in production and value yearly in
the orange peetion iu Florida. Addrue F. K.
NETTLETON. Lake Helen. Fioriila
OITMNER HOAI DINO POCK RESPECT-
O sblo persons can find Brit class board
with small family lii la:ue. airy house. Hot
and oold baths, Free earrings to depot and
church Thr. e -quarters at a mile from sta
tion. H. oltny locality. Addr ss DOS W.Clarks"
l' mh: ARB TIRED OR cannot con-
I ttouu paying iuitallmanta on yoar build
ing Ids. write to msj I wnnt to buy two or
three "K."' this nflloa.
i MEALS FOB ILO0,
') 215 Franklin nvenne.
!01T('K MY WIFE, MARY E, BUHNER
i ha- 1 di my bed and hoard without caiiaa
otw pro vacation 1 1 hereby forbid any one to
harbor hero.- trie., her in my name,
1 1 BmCtfUlly, PHILI!' 11. ItOHNEIl,
Pi ckvllle, i'a.. May '.'.I, ItWI,
opEOIAL NOTICE WILLIAMS' SCRAN
IS tun city Directory for l(W will go to press
Monday, Mifv .'I, late or contemplated remov-
aln or changes sbesM be sent In at OOOe,
W. H. TAYLOR, Manager,
PI4 Wyorolus avenaa,
ATA MEETING OF THE DIRECTORS OF
t tbe May Aug Palls and Blmhnrst Boule
vard company it was resolved that a meeting
ef tlie stockholders 1s called to convene at
the general ..file.. .f the eompaajr, room lit,
Republican building, on the ijlti duv of Jnnu
A. D IHN, from A. II) M. until ;l P. M.
to tnko notion on the approval or
dlsspproval Of the nrupossd Inerssss of the
rspltal stock of saM carafaay fiom ?-i.(0.i to
(ilailKi, and : hut the secretary la., and he Is,
llereby (lire, ted to give IV'tlen thereof as re-
qulraa by law. T. B, WATK N8,,
I I LANK l.ocKS, PAMPHLETS. MAOA
1 si nea, etc., bound or rebound at Tna
TniBUMB ollicu. Quick work. Kcasonablu
MEAL TICKETS CAN BE HAD AT 144.
corner Borneo street uud Franklin avo-
flue. Twenty meal tiekota for $.').5II. Good
The GENUINE Now Haven
New York Warorooms No. 80
E. C. RICKER & CO,
Bole dealers ln this ntction.
oi'KH E-m Adams Are., Telephone BTd'g
FOUR GREAT SPECIALS
That Will Bring Business for Us and Give Satisfaction to Our Customers.
NO. 1. Fifty dozen Ladies' Silk Hose, in following colors: Black, Cream White, Nile Green, Canary,
Orange, Pink, Lavender, Light Blue, Tarn and Browns. 5(U ii the new price. They
were 1. v j
NO. 2. Greatest Underwear Bargain of taeaja, for gdatlenun. Bilbrlggan Shirts aid Drawers,
all sizes, 250. per garment. Compare thorn with those yon have usually bought at 50e.
NO. One hundred Ladles' Changeable Silk Umbrellas, color ai follows: Brown, Navy Garnet
and Qreen. Special price, $3 each. Universally sold at $1. Trimmed with the finest
NO. 4. One ease of Cotton Hook Towels (largo size). Thi prlo3 don't pay for tho raw cotton. Four
CONNOLLY & WALLACE
Tbo most ancient of all personal
oroaments. and in every ngo and
country the distingnishing murk
of freedom, birth, rank and honor
Tell their own story. Thoy pos
sess all the bounty that art can
givethom.and every worthy new
fad and fnncy that fashion sug
gests at once finds a place in his
stock. Real Diamond Kings from
$1 00 up. Thousands of Oem
liings to select from.
Solid l-ksrat gold, of course,
all the weights and sizes. By the
wny, we sell all plain gold rings
by actual weight. This means a
big saving to buyers.
Denier in Diamonds, Watohos,
Cor. Fenn Ave. and I prncs St,
$2,000 worth of Diamonds to be
given a way its prizes.
All the best known racing men
in tho country will compete.
Grand Parade of Wheelmen iu
TlYciirtion rates on all road).
Tuesday Night, May 21
For 4 Days
OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE
Admission, 10 and 20 Cents.
DOORS OPEN AT 8 AND 7 P.M.
This Beautiful Bed Speaks for Itself.
It yon need a Child's Bod, don't buy until yon have seen
this one. Yon will regret it if you do.
When folded takes but little more room than a chair
Strong and durable. Made of Oak and Natural Maple Veby
fine rub finish. Holds oil the Bedding when folded
Leugtb, 5 feet. With, 30 and 40 inches.
PRICE VERY LOW
WE AltFl ItrcTAIMNG AT FAG
CVThero are no Weights or Springs in tho
Folding Mochnnlsm 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
F0&KS for an equal weight, ounce for ounce,
of your silver dollars. All elegantly en
graved free. A large variety of new pats
terns to select from at
807 LACKAWANNA. AVEXUH
See our FIFTEEN DOLL Alt Solid
Oak Bedroom Sett
We seU Furniture as cheap as
any house in the country that in
tends to give honest value for the
money. Try us.
205 AMD 207
IKON and STEEL i
VILEY& RUSSELL AND WELLS RROS.
Wholesale and retail dealers' in Wagonmakers" and Blacksmiths'
There are hundreds of young men and j'oung women in thll
conntry who havo splendid ability, but thoy have never been
Wood's College of Business and Shorthand
lias been an inspiration to
arc tired of inactivity and
come to the College.
COMMON ENGLISH COURSE.
"No star was ever lost we once have seen,
We always may be what we might have been,"
A HAPPY PATRON OF
THE RIGHARDS LUMBER GO.
22 and 23 Commonwealth Building.
Opp. Court House.
R. H. SPIKES
hundreds of young people. If yon
want to do something tangibly
P E. WOOD. Proprietor.