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THE SUKAWTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. MAY SJjJ, 1S4.
Wo- Glide Craccfuly Up Out of lie IgnomM
ous Tail End Position.
MRRISBURG WINS AND LOSES
Thanks to the Faulty Work of the Al
toona Infield, Mart Swift's Men Are
Enabled to Move Forward a Stride
in the Race for the Pennant Rain
Interferes with Scheduled Games in
Several Places The Programme
Hi: wet eefuou yes
terday hnd another
tioa nntioual pus
time. Only tUreo
Karnes were plny.il ;
two at Harrislrari,'
nnd onn lit Altoona,
la the former,
Manager i union of
; in the latter,
errors by th hoine team enabled Murt
Swift's visiting Bcriintonians to pull a
nicely contested game out of tho fire.
"We have by this means moved np a
peg, Eitstou trading with ns for tail
end honors. The other standing aro
The following table gives tho per
centages of tho ulubs, together with the
number of games won and lost by each
Hiul their standing in the championship
Won. Lost. Per (7t
Unrriabnrir 17 2 .81)5
Allen town 10
BCHkDDLl FOR today.
Heading nt Scrunt.in.
Altoona at Allantown.
Hsrritbara nt Enston.
Potu-vlllu at llnzloton.
BUTTER FINGER'S' ERRORS.
Ecranton Profits f.ir Oioa Tar tin Mufflnff
of Their Opponents,
fjiccial to the Scranton Tribune.
Altoona, l'a., May 84. It was a bat'
tin royal betwoon the opposing pitch
ers In today's game; but the home
num's in-tioUi had nutter on its fingers
and their errors invariably proved
costly. WeetiakVa apptaranoe at the
bat was tho signal each time for ap
plause. Ti!B score in detail:
it. n. o. A. E.
Bnttermore, 2 b.... i 0 4 o a
Walters, c. f 0 1 1 0 0
Yoaflgman, r. f l 0 o o o
Cote, c 0 0 1 1
Miller, s. s 1 0 0 1 4
narttnen, 3 b 8 l 0 0
IlKK'nn, 1 b 0 2 0 0 0
Dohdhne, L t ) 0 8 0 0
Hcbelble, p o l o 3 :
Totula 4 5 24 B 9
U. It. O. A. E.
ITognn, c. f 0 0 i o ti
Wetiei, . s l l 0 4 u
Patchen, c l 0 ;i l o
Rogers, r. f l l 8 o o
Maatejr, 1st b o o 11 0 1
Btalt,Lf l l l 0 u
WeAlaJte, 3rd b 1 0 4 l o
HipgiUH, 2d b 2 1 3 4 I)
lioUaun, p 0 10 2 0
Totals 7 5 27 12 1
Altoeua 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 34
bcrautoa 0 1200 2 02 s 7
First bano on balls Off Scheible, 4; off
Hndson, 4. Two base hits Hogan,Kogof3,
Hod eon, Bit by pifMier wettel
Wild pitcheh Scheiblo, Passed balls
Pntchen, Umpire Ketrick. Time of game
OTHER STATE LUAQUF. RESULTS.
At llarrisburg First game
Bltleton o 4100000 X 5
Hit? llarrisburg, 7: Ilnzleton, 5. Er
rors llarrisburg, 2: Baaleton, 2. Ilattor
ies Arrustroiig and Sinink; Feo nud
llarrisburg.... 0 0 0 0 3 4 5 0 113
llazieton 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2-5
Hits llarrisburg, 12: llnzloton, 9. Er
rors llarrisburg, ; BaHetoni 7. Batter
ies Ueeney and Smink jordau and
lUooro. Umpire Manlove.
At Hearting Heading-Easton game post
poned oiMiccuuat of rain.
At Pottsvillo Pottsville-AUentown
gnmo postponed on account of rain.
Chlrago 2 0000001 03
tit. Louis 0 0010000 0-1
lilts-Chicago TJ St. Louis 8. Errors
Chicago 6: St. Louis :i; riafterios Hutch
inson and KittfTMgo; llreitunatein and
Cleveland 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 05
PttteWtrg, l 0001022 x 0
Hits - Cleveland, 8; Pittaburg, 10. Er
rorsCleveland, 4; Pittsburg, 3' llattor-ics-Young
ifhd O'Connor, Ehrot, Killon
and .liack, Umrire Eiusho.
LoUisville 0 0 04020000
t hiciunatl 0 000000000
Hits Louisville, 10; Cincinnati, 7, Er
rors, Louisville, 1; Cincinnati, 2. Battor
is Moneleo ,apd Oiim; Parrott and
Vangbn. Umpire Mc(,)iindo.
Tho other National leagno games wore
postponod on account of rain.
AtfErio Erie, s. Providence, 8; (10 inn
ings); called ou nccount of rain.
All other Eastern league games post
poned on uccouut of rain.
At rhiladelgnia Pennnylvania-Prince-ton
game pustponod-rJwot grounds,
' l -
STOCKHOLDERS ARE DISGUSTED.
Thire Will Probably B a Llvsly Shak
ing Up of Scranton Club.
"I'd like to know what's the matter
with onr clnb," said President W. A.
8t- John, of the Scranton Base Bali
Assoelation yesterdny, in a manner
which showed that ho was truly exas
peratod at the work the club has been
"I'm so anxious to know what the
cause or an most defeats is that J m
willing to pay $25 to anyone who can
tell me. In almost every game sinoe
onr boys havo ben away they have
fielded well, made few errors and
batted the ball hardor than jlhe oppos
ing toara, nud yet they lose. There
have been many men left on bseee and
little base stealing bae been done, but
nevertheless all of thsio defeats are
incomprehensible to me. It's nV eu
tlrely the fault of our pitchers, for we
lfavo fonr as good as there are in the
league, if they receive proper support.
"When Manager Swift returns he
may be able to throw stams light on
this mysterv," Concluded Mr. St. Jobu
in a disconsolate way.
It is very evident that tbo first meet
ing between the stockholders, players
and manager today Will not bo a love
feast. The members of the association
- disgnied and it is among the prob-
to break even
nt.jlltien that a lively sacking up of the
team will take place. .Much dissat
isfsction is now being expressed con
cerning Manager Swift's method of
handling the club and he may
bn despoted unlets he can sat
isfy the stockholders that the
long string of defeats tin club
has sustained were the result of cir
cumstances over which ho had uo con
trol. GLINTS FROM THI DIAMONO.
Pitcher Araistrong, lata of Pottsvllle,
has been aigusd by llarrisburg.
Washington has lost fourteen straight
gamoa. Scranton la tryiug to emulate its
Pitcher llarnot, of Hinghamton.hns been
reinstated at the request of the otber
players of tho team.
Pottsvllle has oltorod a good pricn for
Hughes, ono of Easton's pitchers, but the
latter is not anxious to let him go. '
Scranton's disastrous trip is ovor and,
weather permitting, "our pets" will moot
lJehding at Hogun park this alteruoon.
Kid Madden, who did offectlve work In
the box for Boston several years ago, is
playing lb the outfield tot Haverhill, of
the New England league.
Kucklo has been signed by Pottsvillo and
will join tho team Slay 30, when ho will
pitch his Unit game against Heading. Ho
played last year with Binghamtoin.
Chicago will make overy effort noxt yenr
to secure a return to May 1 for the open
ing of tho championship season. It is
claimed that tho Western clubs lost $23,000
this year through early opening.
Phil Kiug has organized u collogo team
to plsy at. Cape May this summer. Among
the players will bo Ounster and Aultman,
of Priucetou, and Coogaa, Boa well,
lltakely, Thomas and House, of tho Uni
versity of Peuusylvauia team.
Captain Haymond of Diughamton, is one
of tho few professionals who plays ball
under a uom do plume. Ills real name is
Truman. He said ho inado the change ar
the request of his parents, who are well-to-reeidentsof
Uttca. For various reasons
they had objections to the national game.
Tho visitors are all awaro of Gnlvin's
great skill of catchiug players on llrst base,
and you will not see them tlireu test I rem
it whil be has the ball in' his hands. Did
viu watches the bases in wonderful style.
Probably tho shortest halt tuning ever
played hero was witnessed on the honio
grounds yesterdny. Ualvin pitched three
balls in succession to three men and each
went out; one on a fly to Collins, another
to Urauby and tho third hit to Stearns. It
was a remarkable short half. Buffalo
1 HE LEFT HAND,
its Claims Arc FrenjWntly Wnglrnileil) Espe-
ially In l'luyiifg the l i
It is often found that the boss part is
neglected tn n very larfjti extent in
pianoforte music, except in those cases
where it is to bo taken with tho right
hiuid, anil nlrhnuh neglected when
convenient it is sometimes n resonrco if
danger ii at hand. When an effective
and brilliant pajaage is be'iiiR exeontod
by the lihl hand, tho clnimsof the left
b ind aro frequently overlooked, yet if
this snmo brilliant passago is jirngress
l&g With less desirable interest, anil
thcro is danger of faillTro, resort is
taken te tho left hand, which is sudden
ly brought out with onmoi mutable prom
inence in the hope that it nmy com
pensato the dcileiencirtjiof its liss 'fortu
nate neighbor. How often also docs n
student hold on a chord in tho lift bund
With a ti'ht gmp three times longer
thtm its coiTci't value if an awkward
and difficult pasaage in the right hand
has to bo overcome? By doing so they
feel that there is something to eotae
hold of in thil calamity ai it has an" in
clination to give a feeling of steadiness
to tin; right hand. Such resources should
bo strictly avoided. Chopin said that
tho left hand ought to serve as a "chef
d'-ochestro to the right hand," hr which
ho probably meant that tho left hand
should beat time regularly in spito of
the liliorties taken with tho right.
On no other iinitTuinent of mnsio is
tho inequality of tho strength of tho
hands more apparent than upon the pi
ano. The left band of tho players upon
stringed instruments Ens to do tho
greater share of the work, and in wind
instruments tho amount of tone pro
duced must necessarily bo tho samo in
both hands?-When chords are played on
the organ, either forte or piano, tho de
gree of sound produced (Hot tho char
acter of sound) is the samo in both hands,
and in all lonfl and brilliant pitrts the
passages for tho left hand aro of tho
stuno strength and brilliancy as those
for the right. Likewise, in a good string
quartet, the effects of light and shade,
tone and expression, are nnanimona
one part does not overbalance nor over
rido another, Hut it'll unite to produce
the results indicated by tho notes tuid
signs of expression.
The majority of amateur pianists
ntako their creseendos and diminuendos,
where ' they aro marked conjointly for
both' hands, With their right hand only,
although thoy havo tho intention to
carry them out with both and aro even
under the impression that they aro suc
ceeding. In the samo way, all the tfthcr
marks of expression, phrasing and stylo
marks nrb carefully carried out in thn
right hand When marked conjointly for
both, but far less so, or not nt all, in
tho left hand. It is unity in production
of expression fliht forms brilliancy.
There are of course portions in all mnsio
where certain parts dominate over oth
cra On tho pianoforto this can only bo
accomplished by using tho groatist dis
cretion, especially when tho prominent
part and an accompaniment havo to bo
executed by ono handi If tho parts tiro
not properly balanced throughout, it'
niters their progression, which results
in Bon fusion, Should thfro bo only ono
prominent part tt be played, whether
in tho right of tho left hand, tho other
parts may bo subdued nfl when accom
panying a singer; but, ns a rule, the sub
duing of the. accompaniment is too much
exaggerated In btth cases, and the beau
tiful harmonics of tho bass, sometimes
the fhftst parts hi tho composition, aro
niged over indifferently, thereby oinit
ting to support fho voico or instrnmont.
If support is given with discretiem, it is
more advantageous than an exaggerated
ly fnbdned accompaniment, according
to Tho Etudo.
Tho tablecloths run full size, in 72
ilich width, also in 00 inch width.
Blenched tablo linen by tho yard corfies
from 58 inches to 72 inches wide; nn
bleaohed aild half bleached goods from
4H inches to 72 inches wido. Fringed
lun'o.h cloths ui white-, unbleached and
tints with borders show sumciont vari
ety for ono to choose from. Dinner nap
kins three-fourths width, and tho eStro
size, soveu-oighths, aro found in the
sarno patterns as the hig)lor priced table
cloth. Smaller dinner napkins to match
lower priced cldths aro also shown.
IIfniit He hornh a lb, foreman Henry
Krng Packing Co., Ht. Joseph, Mo,, uses
Dr. ThorfJss' Eclectrlc Oil with his men for
sprains, cuts, bruises, chapped nana, etc.
It is the test.
FINANCIAL AND COMMtRCIA!
Stocks and Bondi.
Nxw Youk, May 24. Liquidation of
American t-ugsr iftid the heaviness of Inew
York Central were the two prominent
features of tho day'a speculation at the
Stock exchange, Sugar opoued at lOUitj ,
Jampod to 104jjf and clossd at lOtijj. The
dealings in the ttock amounted to 03,0110
and tho lowest llaures of tho clav were
Lnmde at or near the close. New York Cen
tral figured for 11.500. It opened at IT,
moved up to ) and foil and closed
at 05W, Among other rumors it waB
said that the soft coal strike was bearing
pai trcularbr heavy on theX'onipany, tliat a
reduction in wages was contemplated; that
the dividend would bo cut and lb.it Lon
don was getting out but little credence is
given to them in well Informed circles.
Chicago Has closed lower. The general
market opened (lrm and higher, but later
dc'lilied H to IJi per cont. Manhattan,
Lnke Shore, St. Paul, Burlington, Louis
ville and Nashville, Missouri PaciAr,Atch
laon, Northern Hacific, preferred, Western
Union ami Union Pacific leading, The
market left off steadier in tone). Net
changes show losses of to 2,' j por cent.
Total sales were 237,500 shares.
Tho following complete tahln showinc the
day's fluctuation tn aetfvu atnelia lit supplied
and revised dully by Laltar A Fuller, utook
brokeVs, 121 Wyoming avouue:
Open- UA- Low Clos
ing, est. est. Inc.
Am. Cot. Oil IM DM KH !
Am Kuitur. leau lolls leu t4
A. T.&8. F !'?S Utt 1
Can. So. 48)i i -! (t M
Ceu. N. J
Ohil ft N. V 108U h!4 llrtfj I08M
if.. 11. It (j 7M fs 7ts 77
Chic. (Ihh, Wli THi 70
C. C.O. - fit. L.... 87M tim m 87A
Col., Itoel.Val. AT. ItiVi, VM V'-H
D. & U vml 1SM2 IN 1KM
i)., L. & W ii)t vm mm iw4
D. 0. F kiss BS 8m p
rlrte MU H l. Vl'H
B, E. Co 34 Jit; avi 3IU
Lake Shore 1:1114 Willi IMff
U. Hll 4.Vt 40 44M 15
Maahattau liny ll'M lis lis
Miss, l'ac -H'4 7 2.V) 2ft
Nati Lead. ...A 37.VJ 17 87U im
N. N. I: IVs 4M 4U 4U
N. Y. Central OTM H7W fUZ KM
N.Y., O. &V I5M lei 1M8 l.V?
N. Y.. S. W iM 111! 14H l!li
V. S. C. Co 2Pj 2114 23 21
North Pao. pf ItSw MM 14 MM
tauaha 117 117 KM 85M
Pie. Mail 18 IS IS 1")
ReadinB MH 17 mm h!M
Keck Island IW 0714 H
B.T im 1114 la 11
St. Paul ftjij I14 djM Ist4
Texas A Pac 7j 7J4
Union Pacific 16 HI
Wl ,i-h p i:u 1514
western TTnlon mw COi KM H
W. AL.1 10M u ION II
W. ii L. E. pf 4Wj 16U 44(4 46?8
Chicago Grain and Provlatnn?.
BcnAKTOM, May 21, The following quota
lit nsare supplied uu-l corrctl daily by I.u
Bat A Fifljer, stock brokers, l'-ll Wyoming ave
i A1 B.
It w jt
UTav. ,Tt-.'v. Sent.
fitW tUK f7
uq tm nH
Mm B6M STjj
MM Rsis K
MM nj4 8M
7sH ml ml
7i iHi nR
3411! SIV4 2,'4ij
m nu m
w til', a;aj
St Blfl a;)4
1190 I1M una
11I11 2K 1212
&M 11N7 1IH2
urn lite 1205
M r,fO 6K7
7ai Bn Ils7
M I77 CSi)
700 US2 U7
01S fi'20 (80
HO k: r,2f
(115 1.20 (il7
li2U C20 020
New York Produce Market.
New Youk. May 24. Flouh Steady,
Wiwat Moderately active, firmer; No.
2. red store and eleviftor, 57,a57';)i'c.; afloat,
.: f. 0. b., 58XaS8Jic. No. 1. north
ern, OCilie. joptious closed btendy at ,'ac.
over yesterday. No. 3, red, May, S'lc, :
June, 57$c.; July, Me.; August, OOjgtt)
September, 61,Vc.; December, tMc.
Ooiin Dull, tirmer; No. 2. 480.1 ele
vator, 48)40. afloat; options dull, lirmer;
May, 42V,c. ; July, 43c; August, 44c;
Oats Quiet, tlrmor; options dull, steady;
May. 40c.; Juue. :S;'c; July, US)4c.; No.
I white June, 43c; July, i'Jc: spot pricos
No. k, 40)e. No. 2 white, 4 IJc. ; No. 2,
Chicago, 41c: No. 8, !)!)J4c.j Wo. 8.
white, 434e.; mixed western. 4la42)4c.;
white do. and white state, 43a47c
Bur Inactive, steady.
TiBHoan Bibf Qaiet) easier; city extra
India mess, (18alB,
Ci t UkATB (Juiot, unchanged.
LAiinbteady, quiot; westorn steam,
7.il7)4; city, O'aliJCc; May, .?7. 35; July,
17.22; refined, quiet; continent $7t75;
South America, fS..15; compound, BJiiibc.
Pork Dnll, unchusiged.
BCTTIR fair demand, steady; state
dairy, 12al(!ic.; do. creamery, 14al7e.:
feunsvlvnuia do., 14:wl7c: western dairy,
Bal9b. do. creamery, 13al7c: do. factory,
Salic; clgins, 17c; imitation creamery,
CtiEKHK Quiet, uncbangod.
1:1.0s Quiet, weak etate and Pennsyl
vania, 12,c; western frosh, llalUc.
Philadelphia Tallow Markst.
Pnii.ADKLPUiA, May 2l.-Thllow was
dull at former rates. Priues were: City
pritno in hogsheads, 4c: country
prime, in barrels, 4;ic ; do. dark In bar
rels, 40. ; cakes Sc.; gTease, 4o.
Prevention Is bettor than cure, and you
may pre vent that tirnd feeling by taking
Hood's SnrRapalllla, which will keop your
blood pure and froo from acid taint and
germs of disense.
firipe, but act
do not purge, pain or
promptly, easily and
Detroit Frcv Prna.
Clara I wish I could got something for
Maudo Why don't you try a mask!
Four fitir Succoiissi,
Having tin needed merit to mcrro than
make good all the advoftiuing clairnod for
them, tho following four romefllos havo
reached a phonomonal sale. Dr. Kiuu's
New Discovery for Consumption, Conghs
and Cfilds, each bottlo guaranteed Elec
tric Hitters, tho groat remedy for Liver,
Stomach and Kidneys. Bucklen'a Arnica
Salvo, tho best in the world, and Dr.
King's Now Life Pills, which aro a perfett
pill. All those remedies are guaranteed to
do jusC what la claimed for them and the
dipalefVhose namo is attached .herewith
will bo glad to toll you more of tkonh Sold
byMattliowsdlros'. drug atbro.
An Antl-Pathtlc Look.
Photographer Look ploasant, ploase.
Sitter Not much. This picture is(for
the frontispiece of my book ou "Tho Evils
Dytpoplla and Indlgeetlan
In their worst forms are cured by the
nse of P. P. P. If you are debilitated and
run down, or If you need a tonio to regain
fle-sh and lost appetite, strength and vigor,
tnk P. P. P., and you will be atrong ami
healthy, Jbor shattered constitutions nnd
lost mSnhond P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke
Root arid Potassium) is the king of all
medlclnos. P. P. P. is the greatest blood
purifier in the world. For sale by all
Qontleman (in cablo oar) Will ytm take
my seat, madam I
Lady That was my intention, but I'm
glad yon gave it up without trouble.
la thousands of oases the euro of a
cough ln"tue preventive of consumption,
The Btireltt cough medicino in tho world is
Dr. Wood's Norway Pins Syrup, bold by
all dealers ou a guarantee of satisfaction.
: CEHTConnollv 8c Wallace
JTnnfii of all Midi rosf fftat mtirTI, en
etpt'' Situations lranfcd.uAicA are nutria
BOOOKKKL'Pr.K AMD 8T1NOOBAPHHB
of three, ratra' i-X!ierlcu,-o Wtinld like a
Dosition: iilni-v nnnhlAnh "1. L.." Tritmno
CITUATION WANTED BY A YoUNIt
O man 2(i rears "f a ;o; ns I s fair Sdasal ion;
would aeeoiit matt anethtnir. Can airs host
of reference. Address P, Bi 3to Noi tii Tt,--
hecea avenue, city.
WANTLK A I'l-SliluN A boY. Ifi
years ot age, s sa apprenWob to a bar
trer. Address I. .1 Tt-iliioi!.
VOUNU MAN r.XI'KiTINU TO EHTBB
medical e illono nett f.dl wants iiosltlon
with doctor wtuTe hajoan devote lostts time to
i gen en
part expenses Address
lis N. ILiiii
e w I r c I 1 er1. iM u", 'i'i.ti VnlVO
....w ,vj,,,.i,l. l.t . v.- w . . v.
lady ns clerk. Three years experience In
l'hiladelollia. Ohn i i ,- i I rcli-reliees. Ad
dress a. J., frtbaaa otn
F LrATtTrTlHICU OB CANNOT l"0-
lii'uo paying InitwlnttetS on your build
in; lota, write to me; 1 w;mt to buy tWoor
throe. "K," tliisollicn
ualeh74e1PwaneiTt() SELL our
vj goods by Sample to the wholesale and re
tail trade; soil on siirht to every business man
dr Una, liberal salary sad espouses paid; po
sition permanent, Por terms address with
ttuim. CKHTKMSIAt. M'lO'U ( Milwau
ANTED- MAN ITU LITE AND PIKE
insurance exnerienco as solicitor In
Lackawanna county; piod inducninouts to
right man. Address uCVM !; t.. building;
Help Wanted Male.
VACATED MUST BE
I Iffled at
11. M. TUUMAS, Library
ANTED AN V;N'I:UHI;TTC MAN WITH
abovtaUOl Can k'et an agency which
vV'ill pay $a week and i vpi iisos,
A. A. IIAH.1 L.-i, l cmway limine.
VL ANTED '- HUiid" WilEliLWUIOHT.
V? liil.hool's Carriage works, corner Lack
awanna nvoriiie mhI Seventh st'eet.
UTANTED TO BUY COMMON PIOEONrt;
will bIto Dtf cents a pain Call at room
r, Price Bulldiui;, l"il WasltlnfttUn aveliue, or
a ldTess letters to Post Otlice Box ii04, s.eran-
.'OR KENT SIX KOOM HOUSE, NO.
Bynon streot. Inquire T. McNnlty,
nOB RIO NT A NEW DOUBLE HOUSE,
I corner Oreen Kidge strdbt una Madison
avenue, will rent cheap to desirable tenants.
PUK KENT ECRNISIIED lloCS'E AND
ti i t. ii....
- e.ll'l' II III ...,L1 .. IUI III. i. I. ' . "
large; rumilng spring Water; plenty of shade;
is'alllliui uiKe luu oe Kaoei iimih ie, niw
from door. S:' j v r month. D. W. BBOWN,
uttorhey, 5Hs spruce street.
pyjB KENT-FURNISHED ROOM, SUIT
J. able for two, with board or without, P!2
UOR RENT LIUHT, WELL EURNISIfED
V romns; delightful location. DM Washlng
1 Part i
T FOR A TERM OF YEARS
or nil ef t.hree hnmlrod foot of vard
ronm along railroad. Apply at 240 Franklin
'I0 RENT -STORE 2osli0 OU FURNISntCD
1 hall on flroen Bidgn atreot Very desira
nle location nnd on reasonable terms. Apply
to F. E. NETTLETON or C. b. WOODBUiK
I 'OR SAIlE-A (HIOD MILCH COW; 1N
qnlretlOJ North Main avenue.
OA K tlUBBB LO t J ult SALE-SEVEN-ty-flve
aero-i, heavily tlmtierod with white
onk end some hickory, within three-qtuwters
of mile of D.. L. ,fc w. nud IV( miles of Erie
railways; lovel ruud. Por prlee, terms, etc.,
addresser call on E, M. I.OWM.VN, Exr. Est.
Jacob Lowmant Lowmnii, Chemung Co., N. Y.
f'OR SALE FARM 110 ACRES; SO ACRES
Improved. Two good houses, running spring
wnter at botajthree good barns, young orhcard.
Located in vill.igeof Forest Lako.SnMiuehanna
eountv. Only a lew rods to school, church,
poetoAoe, etd, Peaatifsl lake wall stocked
with game llsti. Terms oasy. tppbtoD.W.
BROWN, attorney UiH Sprnce -itreet.
lOlt SALE-AN IDEAL COUNTRY HOME,
A 7 acres or land. Hue largo house, mod m
ttnprovetteata Easy diitanea from .sicran
ton. Also desir IbU) oulidlug lots in
country. V. W. DivOWri, Att'y,
608 Bprnee street.
l.iOK SALE -A FARM OP EIGHTY ACRES,
V one ailil one-half miles from Dalton on
the Delaware, Lackawanna nnd Western
rnltrond. f irst class farm houso with a never
fiiilinir soring tieirbv: two barn's, lcood land
and goisi orchard will be "old cheap. Terms
easv. Adores., u. t. nn.iiu.ii or isaao
ELLIS, executors, Daltoa. L.ickiiwunna
OR SALE OR EXCllAN.OE FOR SCRAN
ton nronerfv A bearing ornnge ktovo
Increasing in tiroductioa and value yearly in
the orango section In norma. Adores t . iv
NETTLETON, Lake Helen, Florida
Money to Loan.
Qxiw?AND e,rJO0 T( I U IAN ON CENTRAL
(J) , itv real estate. D. B, REPLOPLE, attor
QUMMEB BOARDING FOUR RESPECT
ti nblo p rsons can II. id first class board
with small family in huge, airy house. Hot
and BOkV Laths. Free carriage to depot and
rlihi'ch Three 'luarters of a mile from sta
tioii. Healthy locality. Addr 's's box Hl.Clarks'
BLANK ROOKS, PAMl'flLETS MAO A
lines, etc., bound or roluund at Tnt:
TiuncNK oiiico. yuick work. Reasonable
MEAL TICKETS CAN BK HAD AT 111,
corner Spruco street nnd Franklin nvo
nn. Twenty meal tickets for JiifcU. liood
"INSTATE OF PATRICK J. CRANE, LATE
lid of the boroligh of Tayhir. deceased. Let
ters of Administration upon the above estnte
having been granted to the undersigned, nH
pot-sons hnvOig claims or demands against tho
said estate, will present them for payment,
and theiso Indebted thereto will pleaae malto
Immediate payment to,
HANNAH CRANE, Administratrix.
fOHN M. HABRI8, Attornoy for Estate.
."'STATE OF EZRA DE W1TT.DECEASED.
J Nidlei' is In rcby g ven that a rulo hns
n nanten to phew
nnse why .Inno L. Di
Witt, oxocutrlx of tho last will nnd testament
of safd decedent, shall not be ilutchaxgeil iron
tho duties and liabilities of her nppouitment
be diiicliared from
AiipUeation will be made to have snld rule
mado absolute nnd tho executrix discharged,
July 2, 1801. S B. PRICE,
Attorney for executrix.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
An Unoxpeoted Dramatlo Event.
Positively last appearance In Sbr an ton of tho
famous and accomplished antroas,
MRS. JOHN DUEW
TUESDAY, MAY iO-Mr. Drew as MBS.
MaLAPRoP in Sheridan's great com
edy, In throo acts,
WEDKESDAY, MAiY 110-Thomas Holcroft's
comody In four acts, written In 1,01,
The Road to Ruin
Prices fl.JS, 60 and 23o. Boats on salo Sat
u r day,. May !!.
FOUR GREAT SPECIALS
That Will Bring Business for Us and Give Satisfaction to Our Customers.
NO. 1. Fifty dozen mdies' Silk
r... t:i. t j ..
wwhjo, i-lik, jivenuer,
Greatest UndofAvear Bargain of tha ao, for gaatlem9a BJlbrigjan Shirts arid Drawers,
all sizes, 25c. per garment Compare them with those you have usually bought at 50c.
One hundred Ladles' Ohangeafth Silk Umbrellas, colora as follows: Brown, Navy, Garnet
and Green. Special price, each. Universally sold at $1. Trimmed with the finest
Ono case of Cotton Huck Towels (largo size). Thi pries don't pay for the raw cotton. Four
for 15 c.
The most anciont of nil personal
ornament... nnd in overy age nu l
country the distinguishing murk
of freedom, birth, rank and honor
Tell tbnir own story. They pos
sess all the boauty that art enn
give them, and overy worthy new
fad and fancy that fashion e'utf
gpsts at ontto rinds a place in his
stock. Renl Diamond Kings frfim
$1 00 up. Thousands of Gem
Kings to select from.
Solid lSkarat gold, of course,
all the weights and sizes. By the
wsy, we Ssll all plain gold rings
hy nctualjvpiijlit. This means a
big saving to buyers.
Denlor in 1 liainondu, Watchoi
Cor.Fenn Am and Eprnce St.
$2,000 worth of lMainonds to be
given away as prizes.
All the beat known racing men
in the country will compete.
Grand Parade of Wheelmen in
Excursion rate? on all roads,
Tuesday Night, May 21
For 4 Days
OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE
Admission, 10 and 20 Cents.
DOORS OPEN AT 2 AND 7 P.M.
Hose, iu followiug colors: Black,
uxxa uiuo, Tans aacl Browns.
This Beautiful Bed Speaks for Itself.
It yon need a Child's Bed, don't buy until you have seen
tuis one. You will regret it If you do.
When folded tabes but little more room than n chair.
Strrtng nnd durable. Made of Oak and Natural Maple Very
fine HUD finish. Holds all tho Dedding when folded.
Leugtb, B fset With, HO and 40 inches.
PRICE VERY lOW
WE ARF RETAILING AT PAO
Rr Thero aro no Weights or Springs in the
Folding Mechanism of this Bod. WILL
ONLY FOLD BTf LIFTING.
CORNER LACKAWANNA AND
ADAMS A VI
DSD YOU KNOW?
That we will GIVE you beautiful new pat
terns of Sterling SILVER SPOONS and
FORKS for an equal weight,ounc8 for ounce,
of your silver dollars. All elegantly en
graved free. A large variety of new pat
terns to select from at
S07 LACKAWANNA AVBNUH
See our FIFTEEN DOLLAE Solid
Oak Bedroom Sett i
We sell Furniture as cheap as f
any house in tho country that in
tends to givo honest value for the
money. Try us.
Hull & Co.
205 MID 207 WOIIING AYE.
IRON and STEEL
WILEY & RUSSELL AND WELLS RROS.
Bsttenbender & Co., Scranton,
Wholesale and retail dealers' in WaponTnaken' and Blacksmith!"
HOW TO MAKE
There aro hundreds of young men and young women In rhh
country who have splendid ability, but they have nover been
Wood's College of Business and Shorthand
Has been an inspiration to hundreds of young people. If yoa
aro tired of inactivity and want to do something tangibly
como to tho College.
SHORTHAND COURSE. QQjj Proprietor.
"No star was ever lost we once have seen,
We always may be what we might have been,"
A HAPPY PATRON OF
THE RICHARDS LUMBER CO.
22 and 23 Commonwealth Building.
Croam White, Nilo Green Canary.
- ' ' '
50d. U tho new price They
11 R. SPIKES