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THE SCRAINTON TlilHUJQC-TU JCNDAT MOUNTS. MAT L9, 1894.
Rain Plays Sad Havoc with the State League
NOT A SINGLE ONE WAS PLAYED
Game at Wilkes-Barre Was Also
Knocked Out Rain Undoubtedly
Prevented the Scranton Club from
Increasing Its Percentage Player
Phelan Will Not Be Here Until the
End of the Week.
I A IN prevented all of
the btate league
Karnes scheduled for
v being played ami
lyVVVv there was WDM
Ijf hi QtWntiy no chance
r 5 w x in the tttandinir of
The elements alto
prevented the came
that wag to have been playei' at Wilkes
Bnrro yesterday butweeu the team that
represents that city and tlio Syracuse
The following table gives the per
centages of the clnbs.togotuer with the
number of games won and lost by each
and their standing i:i the championship
ICltKDVUi f'Jn TODAY.
Poitsviiie, Ht Scranton,
Betiding at Hazleton
Alloona at Easton.
Harrisburg at Allentown.
R-IN PREVENTED THE GAME.
Scranton rrevontod from Fattecinrr Its
Averaco at Pottsvlllc'j Expenoo.
Fate Bsema to bo against the Scran
ton Base Ball club. Yesterdav when
it was scheduled to play Potfsville and
there was every ronton to believe that
it wonld win, the elements conspired
against it and a game could not lis
played. Thifl afternoon with Pottarillt
but one ganiu will bo played. Manager
Bwift foars it might have an injurious
eiTect on tho players, to have two
gumes, us they will be compelled to
jilny two games on Wednesday.
Of the ten games to bo played at home
Manager Swift believes the club will
win eight. The wretched weather of
the last ten days nus had a bad effect
on tho men. Mawey, Wetzel and
r.Uoheu have the Charley -horse so bad
that it is very difficult for than to ruu
bases, nud all the men are more or less I
A tc!gram was received yesterday !
from Dick Phelan, at Now Orleans,
tating that ho has not yet received the
ticket sent to him. As soon as it ar-
rival ho will begin the journey to this
city, but will not arrive here" before
tho end of the week.
Manager Swift is confident that he
will provo a very valuable man ut this
time. He will heid tho battiug list
and act as captain.
Oama llaytd Yssterday.
Soston 1 10 0 0 0 0 4 x 1K
Washington.. .0 8 I 4 0 .1 1 0 113
Hits Boston, 14; Washington, 13. Er
rorsBoston, 9; Washington, 7. BatterieB
-Staley and Conuoughtoa, Petty and Mc
Guiie. Umpire Stage.
At PittsLurg--First game
Pittsburg 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 x 4
Louisville 1 0010000 08
H iff Pittsburg, 8; Lonisville, 9. Errors
Pittsburg, 1; Louisville, I, Batteries
(iutnbert and Mack, Menefoe and Grim.
Pittsburg 1 3 0 C 0 0 7 0 x 11
IiOUtlTille ....103 11 000 00
Hits-Pittsburg, la; Louisville. 11. Er-rors-Pittsburg,
i; Loalaville, 3. Batteriea
Killen and Mack; Kilroy, Stratlon, Men
e fee and Karle. I'mpire Powors.
Other games postponed, raiu.
All the Eastern league baso ball games
were postponed on account of rain and
GLINTS FR1M THE OlflMDNO.
The Batton papers speak in enthusiastic
;ornis of the umpiring of Dave Corcoran
The Young American B. B, C. of Jlin-
toka, ohaBenge any club In the county
under 18 years of :;ge. A. J. O'Hara, cap-
The Actives of Green Iiidga challenge
tho Union Stars of Dnnmore for a game of
ball on Johnson lake grounds for Mbv ;td
at, 2 o'clock. McDoaal, manager.
The Stnrs of Minooka challenge the '
Athletics, of Silver Hill, to a gamo on tbo I
brick ynrd grounds in Minooka. John
O'Neill, captain. Answer through the
Pitcher Nolan has licon releaied by
Manager Swift, fail work did not seem to
warrant bis bring kept on the pay roll.
He will probably sign eithar with Al'toona
The work of center fielder liogan is !
being watched with interest by tho mana
gers of several National League clubs.
Manager Ootnmiaky, of Cincinnati, is re- i
ported II being Very anxious to socuro tbe
erViCH of the young man.
William Heine, a center fielder, and
George Ileckmau, a shortstop, have been
signed by t'o Blnghatnton elnb. Heck- i
lean covered third hauo for the Murray
Hills when that club played exhibition
games in thin city at tbe beginning of the
John Tigbe, of this city, first baseman'
of the Pottsville Base Ball club, la in the
city with that club. Tigho is making a
fine record on the initial hag, is hitting the
bnll often and hard, and is one of tbe most
popular members of tbo team with the
people of Pottsville.
Easton hns a jewel in Mark Mnran if
bis work in yesterkay's game is a sample
of his ability as a ball player. He is a
fast runner, a good fielder and a bard
bitter. He mado a single, a two bagger
ncu a three bogger off Sprogel. Easton
Free Press. Mm .in is the young Scranton
boy whom King Kelly released.
Pitcher John Doran was lined S10 by
Manager Swift last week for excessive In
dolgencn in intoxicants and was cautioned
not to repeat the offense, but forgot the
warning and loaded up again Saturday
night. Yostorday ho wns fined $50 and if
ho fails to report in proper shape to pitch
today ho will probably be suspended.
The Active uase Ball club, of the North
End, will give an eutertainmout and social
in Turner and Chappel'a hall this (Tues
day) evening. Tho Active'a have re-organized
this soason, and with the proceeds of
this entertainment will pnrchaso uniforms.
Tho uniforms nrrived In town yesterday,
und will be on exhibition in tbe hall al ter
the entertaiumont this evening. In order
that all may attend, tho admission fee has
been placed at the vory nominal sum of
llfteeu (IS) cents. Some of the best liter
ary nnd musical talent in this oity will
Onk dime gets oue part of the beautiful
"America'' portfolio. Twenty dimes get
twenty part:i. No coupon necessary.
They're too bothersome Btamp9 or cash.
II J I
SPORTS OF ALL KINDS.
Billy Plimmer is very anxious to meet
(Irorgo Dickson, featherweight champion,
and lius offered to flght htm for the entire
(.ate receipts and $5,000 a side. Tbatsouuds
ns if ho was m earnest. In addition Plitu
iner offers to concede Dixon live pounds in
Pugilist James J. Corbott, who is now in
London, when Questioned as to the Na
tional Spurting club offer of a purse of
115,000 for a light between him and Peter
JackHou, said he had received no ofllcial
notice of the offer, but was glad to hear of
It from any source. He thought tho Nn-
nonai sporting ciuds oiror would to a cer
i t vin extent bo intiifactory to Jackson. Ho
himself would rather fight In tho south of
the United States.
I The iliueoka Sporting club, recently or
ganized, held a meeting la-it Friday night
at Cailory's hali to make nrrauguuiuntH for
the coming toot race betweou Michael
I Joyce, a member of the club, and BdWkrd
ilcLauglin, of Taylor, which will take
1 place on Decoration Day for a purse of
Tf50. The club comprises some of tho best
! shooter, sprinters and light weight pu
cilints in tho count)'. Tho members have
1 decided to match John L'oyuo against any
body in Lackawanna county, barring one,
ai:d will put up Mike Duddy as a boxer
' who will light any mau in tho comity un
der l'J5 pounds. They will also match
Joyce against any runner of his chins
in tho county. Thomas Murray is presi
dont of the club, and M. J. Cusick. secre
tary. FINANCIAL ANlTC0MMERCIAL.
Stocks and Bonds.
Tiib following oompiste table stitnYinir the
i ilfty'f fluctuations in active stocks is supplii"!
ana revised dully by LiiUar 6i Fuller, stuck
I brokers, 121 Wyoming avenue:
Open- llU'h- Low CIoh
inc. est. est. lug.
Am. Cot. Oil
Am SnRiir. KKrtj luiy USJf, m
A. 1. O. I '.I II S S
.. wh m aft
On. K. J.
('hie ft N. W lUtSJ
Q.. U. & y 7s
Cbic. (las. "..'
V . I'. (.'. A Ht. I,.... 117
col.. Book.VaL & T.
: . A H
1)., L. A W..
' D.AC. V....
it. E. Co
!.. A N
; Miss. Pao....
I N. Y. .V N. E..
X. Y. Central.
N. Y.. O. A W Ui
N. Y..S. A W
U. B. C. Co
! North Puc
i North Pao, pt,,
, i'ue. .Vail
Koek Inland tisW
B. T IHh
Bt, Paul bm
T C A 1
Tuxhh A: l'ae....
Wabash V 1
Western L'nioii (-ID
W. A I ij II
W. a U E. pf
Chlcaao Orafi and Provisions.
Si n AN TOR, May in. The followinj quota
tions aro supplied aud eorreted dally by La
Bar & Fuller, stock hrokors.121 Wyoming ave
( i ulng
New York Produo Market.
Nrw Yohk. May 2b. Flouii-DuII,
Whkat-Du.I, firmer; No. 2 red. store
aud elevator, 57,Vc; afloat, ,"i7"a57.Vc. :
f. o. b , .VaiDc. ; ungruded red, 55a57c. ;
No. 1. northern, t;tic. ; options. No. 2, red,
May, 57XC,: June, .'iijc; July, 58c;
August 5XC September, OOJfo. ; Decem
corn Dull, firmer; No. 2. 42;'l-1'n43Hc. ;
elevator, iViai'.'fc.. afloat; options dull,
May, 43c.: June, IIJc; July, 4Ac
Oats Quiet, tinner: Mav. 41&e.; June,
WWc.) July, 38n:ic; No. 2 white, Juno,
Buck Dull, steady.; family, ?!2al4; ex
tra mess, tHso.60,
TtxROKn Bei'.k null.
Cut iiKArs CJulet, steady; middles
LiAROQpJet, easy; western steam,
closed at 17,17) City, fijc. ; Mny, 7.85;
July, I7J8; rclined, dull; continent $7.85;
South America, 17,90) compound, 5'aOc.
PoBK Qnlot, easy.
Butter Pair doniadl. steady; state
dairy, 18al6)fc.; do. creamery, ;i4al7o. ;
Oelinsvlvniiln tin. 14:il7c
Bal9c; do. creamery, Ual7c: do. factory) !
.nine.; eiguis, lie; imitation creamery,
Cmkksk Q'lict, weaker: state llargo,
BIaOKe.) do. fancy, lJalc.; statu
small, S.alOc; part skims, 9fiu)(c. IM
dcranton WhoUsale Markut
Scranton, May 28. Fruit and Pro
duce Dried apples por pouiid,0a7c. : evap
orated apples, llal lc. per pound; Turkish
prunes, 5n5Jc. : English enrrauts, 3a8!a'c.;
layer raisius, fl.75al.S0; muscatels, f 1.00a
1.4 ) per box; new Valencies, 7a7c. por
Beans Marrow-fats, ?C.0,)a2.75 per
bushel; modinms, $1.75al.90.
1-kas ureeu, Jl.15al.20 per bniheljspllt,
t2.,riiia2.fi0; luntels,5 to 8c. per ponnd.
Potatoes 70 to 85c. per bushel
ONIONB-Bermudus. rrate, J2.15a2,25.
Butter-ltio. to iSa per lb.
CUKKsa 10al2o. per in.
EdUH Kri.ali r'Lta t!to.
Poultry Ciiickuus, drosscd, 12 tolCc:
turkeys, 12 to lBc.
MtATs-HnniP, lie; small hams, lllc;
skinned bams, 0a.; California hams,
H?c: shoulderH,84'c.;bellies, 8c; smoked
breakfast bacon, 11c.
SMOKED llKE-Outsides, lljc. ; sets,
UKo.1 Insidee and knuckles, 15o.
Pork Mess at 115; short cut, $16.
I aud l eaf In tierses at 0e. ; In tubs,
0Ve. in 10-ponnd pal 9Jc: In tt-pound
pails, !'.('.; D-pound pails, lbs. per
Hhef Choice sugar cured, sraoksd beef,
Flour Minnesota patsnt, per barrel.
f4.20n. 40; Ohio and Indiana amber, at
t3.Gl); Oraham at (3.60; rye Qour, at
BucKWtiEAT Floor t2. 70 per cwi.
Feed Mixed, per cwt, at 95c.
(iMAiK -Pre, 0Ss.;oorn, 47 to 49s. t oats,
48afi0e. per bushel
Eye f-TRAW Por ton $'3al5.
TttiRn and True is tho verdict of people
who take Hood's Sarsnparilla. Tho good
effects of each medicine nre soou felt in
nerve strength restored, appetito created
and health given.
Hoon's Pills do ndt wenkon, but aid
digestion and tone the stomach. Try
Jure for Readaohe.
Asa remedy for all forms of Headache
Electric Bitters has proved to be the very
best. It effects a permanent cure and the
most dreaded habitual sick headaches
yield to its influence. We urge all who are
afflicted to procuro a bottlo and give this
remedy a fnir trial. In cases of habitunl
constipation Electric Bitters cures by giv
ing the needed tone to the bowels, and fow
rates long resist the use of this medicine.
Try It once. Large bottles only Fifty cents
at Matthews Bros', drug store,
ALL THE STHKNGTII
and virtue has
out," when you
got pills in leaky
wooden or paste
board lioxes. Por
that reason, Dr.
Pellets are sealed
up in little glass
vials, just tlio sizo
and shape to carry about with you. Then,
when you feel bilious or constipated, have a
fit of indigestion after dinner, or feel a cold
coming on, they're always ready for you.
They're the smallest, ' the plensnniest to
take, and tho most thoroughly natural rem
edy. With Sick or Bilious Headaches, Sour
fcStomach, Dyspeiwia, Jaundice, Dizziness, and
all derangements of the Liver, Stomach, and
Bowels, they give you u lastina cure.
Headache; obstruction Of nose; discharges
falling Into throat; eyes weak; ringing In
cars; offensive breath smell and tasto im
pair, d, u!id general debility these are some
of the symptoms of Catarrh. Dr. Sage's
Catarrh Remedy hoi cured thousands of
the worst CAMS, WU cure yoii.
ffants of all kinds cost that mnch, en
rrpl Situation Wauttd,which are insert
(SITUATION WANTED BY A MIDDLF
1.1 ;tff"d ninn. willi fair ideeatiin: Wi.uld
1 lil o taking care of oflloo r or B rounds, and
restdenoe ol some gentleman: is erll log and
can mnki.- blmtelf useful at any Und ol work.
Address. K. I ,. QABLICK.
;CI7 KpHng court.
VJITI'ATIiN WANTED 11Y A YOUNC1
n lady, oletking or writing Inofflce. who is
a good writer. Acldreia, J. K ,
box 74, Min ka. Pa.
TXJ ANTED BITUATIOM BY A WIDOW
! V witii unn child as housekeeper, cr to do
plain sewing. Addle. s "M," Tribune
i ANTED - SITUATION Ati MDUKK
V keeper by a widow with one child. Ad
dress "N, " Ti ibuno offlOA
W'A.vTKD A POSITION AT ONCE BY A
' ilry goods elei ft with first elnss referen
ces. Ten rears' experience. Address, Clerk,
(SITUATION WANTED BY A YOONQ
I' lady ,n shoo store. Address L. M., Scran
ClTL'ATION WANTED BY A BOY 14
0 years ut tga at any kind of honeat work.
Address I). K., Trioune olllro.
BOOOKKBBPgR AN D ST ENTltlKAPIlEK
of three years' experience would like a
position; salary no object "D. L.," Tribune
Ir vol are XI BED ok cannot con
tinue paying installments on your liuild
in,' lots, write to ine; I want to buy two or
three. "P.," this office.
pENERAL AObHTB WANTED SELI
' I lug now articles to dealers; exclusive ter
ritory, no eomps ition, do capital required;
am to 80 Cper cent, profit Columbia chem
ical CO., K) and 71 Dearborn slroot, Chi
tJALESMBN WANTED TO SELL OUR
kJ (roods by sniuplo to tho Wholesale and re.
tail trade; sollon sight to every business man
or firm; liberal islary abd expenses paid po
sition permanent, lor terms address with
stamp, CENTENNIAL at'F'Q Co.. Milwau-
k. , Wis.
l.l.r ANTED- MAN WITH LIKE AND PIKE
insurance experience as solicitor iu
Lackawanna county; good iu'lucouieiits to
right man. Abbess 1125-20 Bit, building,
Help Wanted Male.
office at PhUadelpkbH t alary l,0O0
year; $6U0 i ath and refetenoe required, Oora
iu rcial ret ereaes furnished. Bneli as stamp.
536 lv mi it restt room 81
2t Beading Pennaylvanla.
llr ANTED IF YOU ARE A CATHOLIC
Unemployed and will work tor yds per
week, write MaeOonneU Bios., II FrankTin
street, Boston, Ma.-s.
UrANTED-AN ENEKOET1C MAN WITH
about I11U. Can get au agency which
will pay 25 a week and expenses.
a. a. itAKNEs, Conway House
I7 ANTED iioDD WHEELWRIGHT.
V? QOihool's Carriage works, corner Lack-
nwrnna avenue ( ad Beveath street-
U'AN'l KK-LADIKS AM) (I EN CLEMEN
make from 83.00 to 14.00 per d y fold
ing, nddressing cireu'ars, and corresponding
for mo at Ihi ir homes. i erm,iunt position;
for reply send self addrcssid Stamped en
.1. W. KELLER,
Misra uka, Ind.
An IhST of "Hounds and Hares." 2t
U; ANTED TO BUY COMMON PIUEON.V.
will give :t"i cents a pair. Call at room
;, i rlos Building, IM Wssblngton avenue, or
address letters to l ost Ofbe'd Box 804, boran-
IVOR PENT SPITE OP BOOMS ON
J Lackawanna avenue, also basement ST -
ranged for wholesale purposes, call at
Wood s College.
POB KENT SIX BOOM HOUSE, NO. (!15
1 Ey. ion street. Inquire T, McNnlty, M
r?0R RBNtVfdrn ished house and
J garden in country, for summer. House
largo; running sprim; water; plenty of shade;
Iseiutiful lake full ol gamt) llsh u few rods
from door. 52!i per month. D. W. BROWN,
attorney, 5oK Bpruoe street
I'Olt LENT IJOHT. WELL ITKNIHUED
J rooms; delight! ul location. 044 Washing
fPO LET FOB A
J. Part i
l -vyi. i mm wfl laug
nr nil ef t',,., hi,.,. 1 f... i ,.t ,, I
room nlong railroad. Api4y at IMIVauklin
'I'D KENT STOKE 2.ijiVI OB EL'KNISllED
J hall on Ornun Kldge atreot. Very desira
oln location aud on reasonable terms. Apply
to K. i NP.TTi.KTON wUS, WOODKUKP.
1OB SALE TIIOKOUUHLY EQUIPPED
J1 Photogrnph Oallo.y. Will sell at one-
h.df tho value on account of other business.
Apply to D. K. BKAM AN, Forest City, Pa.
L'OR SALE KAUM 110 ACRES; HO ACRES
.r improved Two c-oml honses.rannlng spring
water at hotb,ttiregcs)d hariis.yonngorhrard.
Locuted invlllagoof Forest Lako,SiWUolianua
county. Only a few riHis to school, church,
pi'stolnee, oto. Beautiful lake ell stock i d
with game fish. Terms easy. Apply to D. VV.
BKOWN, attorney. Ms Spruce street..
T'OR SALE-AN IDEAL COCNTKY HOME,
i 7ticrcaof land, line large bouse, mod ra
lmprovemetita Easy diitanre from Koran
ton. Also 7 d esir hi inillrihiir lots in
(ountry. D. W. BROWN. Att'y,
BOg Spruce street.
TXVK SALE -A FARM OK EIOHTY ACKLS,
V on and one-half miles Irom Dalton 011
tho Delaware, Lacknwanna and Western
railroad. First class farm house with a never
tailing spring nearoTl two barns, good land
and gocsl orchard. Will m sold cheap. Terms
UT. Address B. P. VON STOHCH or ISAAi;
ELLIS, oxocutors, Dalton, Lackawanna
T70R SALE OK KXCHANOE FOR 8CRAN
X. ton property A bearing orango grove
increasing In production and value yearly in
tho ornngn unction in Klorlds. Addres E L.
NETTLKTON. Lakollelon, Florida
B MEALS FoK tl.00.
215 Franklin avenne.
T) L A N K
BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, MAO A
H zlnos, etc., bound or rnbouud at Tiik
TltiuiiNE ouico. V'iuci; wois. nonsotial ill
VfEAL TICKETS CAN BE HAD AT 141.
iiA corner Spruro street and Franklin avn 1
nnc. Twenty meal tlcgets for J8.6a Uood i
Money to Loan.
MONEY TO L AN. J5,llilo, 83,000 and $2,
01X1 on city flrst morlg.igoi,
.vis si rues Niroot
O'l BAYED FROM PASTURE NEAR
11 Moses Tnvlv hanlf1 I I , I
hiefor, black and white, soot on shoulder,
white on under part of body and on end of
tail. Reward for return or information that
will fludhor. JOHN A. MEAKS,
O rner Washington and Vine.
D able psrsoni en
DINO -FOUR KESI'ECT
an find first class lxiard
lo la ML nirv hlHMA. Hot
wiui small lamily
lid cold baths. Preo carriaufi to dpiiot anil
church Three-quarters of a mile from sta
tical, lleallliy locality. Addr ss box 3.Clarks'
IN Till; CllCI!'!' III.' I'nMMllV IT. UAH IIV
Lackawanna County, No. 122, March term,
Margaret. I'eppard, nv her next friend etc.,
is wilhum I!. Peppjrd, to William H. Pop
pird, respondent; You will please take notice
that the court las granted a ruletoshow
0ause.it any you liave.wliy Margaret Pej para
should not bo divorced from the bonds of
mntrimOby entered into with you, according
to the prayer ol' tho petition died in said
court. Bum returnable to noxt Argument
I 'on -f
Publlcatl m of this notice ia made because
p. laouai service cannot be had uiion von.
john H. Harris,
Attorney for LlbsUanl
1 N RE: INS( ILVENI Y OP DAVID KANE.
In the Court of Common Pleai of Laoka
wanna county, No. Ut, May term, ISM
Notice la hereby given that Monday, Juno
j-ith, ism, at ii o'clock, a. in., in open court,
has be n fixed as tho time and place for final
bearing of n bo vo named petitioner's applica
tion for discharge as an Insolvent debtor.
ES.C NEWCoMB, Attorney.
RE: INSOLVENCY OF 1UVV11I
Woods. In tbo (
i.acKawanna county, No. 7 Mav term, lll'JI.
Notice iu hereby given that Monday, June
2.ith, ism, ut!l o'clis k a. m , ill open court, has
been fixed as tho time r.nu place for hearing
above named petitioner s application fir final
Uncharge as an insolvent debtor.
L. O NEWCoMB, Attorney.
IN THE COURT F COMMON Pleas por
the county of Luclnuvaiiiin. In the matter
of the diiKobition of the South Lincoln Coal
company, No. 2. Mav term, IS'.U.
Notice Is hereby given that tho South Lin
coln Coal Company filed its petition in tho
Court of Common Pleas of Lackawanna coun
ty on the gtttfa day of March, 1804, praying for
a decree of dissolution, and that the court
has fixed April 2:;, lsin, at'J o'clock a. m. for
hearing such application for dissolution, when
nnd where all persons interested can attend If
they deem it expedient and show cause
against tho granting of tho prayer of said
petitioner. JAMEs' W. OAKFOBD.
Solicitor for Petitioner.
T'oTTcETlEirE is" penIdino" nTsEL
XV net Council of the city of Scranton, Pa.,
un nrdinnncn entitled "Au ordinance provid
ing for the paving of Pine streut from Wash
ington avenue to Clay avenue: providing for
tin' setting or re settin,' of curb stono where
neoestary on snid street; directing manner of
assessing and collecting costs of said improve
ments; providing manner of paving contrac
tor and appropriating funds to defray tho ex
penso of the samo.
The following is n copy of the petition for
To tho Honorable, the Select nnd Common
Councils of the city of Bcraoton:
Tho undersigned owners of property, abut
ting on Pine street, between Washington 'ave
nue and Clay avenue, reapeotfttllf petition
your honorable bodies that said street be
tween the points named may Is- paved with
street asphalt pavement on a concrete base,
except the block between Jefferson nnd Madi
son avenues, which shall be paved with West
Mountain stone blocks, or vitrified brick; that
the same be set with curb stones solar as
nec essary; that the cost of said improvement
bo assesseil against abutting owners according
to the feet froutrulo; that said assessment be
made payable in live equal annual install
ments; and that the portion of said street ik
cuplod by the trucks and sidinvs of the street
railway be deducted h orn said assos ments
against abutting owners and collected from
said street railway company, and your peti
tioners will ever pray, etc.
F. I.. Full. r bid feet
A. It. Hunt 80 feet
F- K. Sancton , so fuot
Adam Th eupson .-ii (,.,.(
(t. F. Welts (get
Ad Souii UnlverssUst Church, by m. J.
Wilson, Pres. ex-Hoard 51 feet
Franc T. Vail 411 feet
E. O. Courseii so iv-t
Att'y Miller, by J. s. Miller ITU feet
Lnthur Keller 1.1 feet
A. K. Adams f,-j foot
J. B. Corcoran 7,1 fen
Elizabeth Walsh 75 feet
A E. Brack, by Charles De I'ontBreck
Frederick Council ':, fa t
Kllen Jones, per E. II. Jones SO feet
Sarah Qrlffin Si) foot
Jones Bros 31 sect
11 nry Frev .is feet
J unes w. Guernsey 125 feet
lbs estate of Ira Tripp, deceased, by
Ezra II. Ripple, Everett Warron,
A. II V nrnum 51 feat
W. H. Stanton SB feet
The forego ng hi published in pursuance of
provisions of resolution of City Councils.
Approved May 2(i, IstU.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
An Unexpected Dramatic Event.
Positively last appearance in scranton of tho
famous and accomplished actress,
MRS. JOHN DREW
TUESDAY, MAY '.0 Mrs. Drow ns MRS.
HALAPROP In Sheridan's great com
edy, in three acts,
T H EC RIVALS
WEDNESDAY, MAY :XI-Tliomas Holcroft's
comedy in four acts, written In 1781,
The Road to Ruin
Pries SI. 7P, AO and 23c. S-ats 011 salo Sat
urday, May M.
Enroponn Plan. FirstolaHs Bar attaoruVI.
Depot for Berguor A Engel'a Tannhiouaor
H, E. Cor. 15tti indFiltortdtJ, Pfiilafla.
Mot dcslrahla for restAsatS of N.E. rnnn
tylvnnia. All eosvanlsncss lor travelers
to aixl from Hnmd Street station and tbi
Twelfth nnd Markot Stroet station. D
lirable for visiting Sorantoiilans and po
lib in tho Antkructto Kegion.
T. J. VICTORY,
We have placed on sale
our line of Ginghams for the
coming spring and summer.
Finer Goods, More Tasteful
Colorings and Lower Prices
than ever before, ae what
will recommend them to our
FOUR GREAT SPECIALS
That Will Bring Business for Us and Give Satisfaction to Our Customers.
NO. 1. Fifty dozen Ladies' Silk ITo, in following colors: Black, Cream White, Nile Green, Canary,
Orange, Pink, Lavender, Light Blue, Tans aud Browns. 50a 14 tho new price. They
INO. 2. Created Underwear Btrgtin of tin an for gaablemn, Bitbriggan Shirts and Drawers,
all sizes, 25o. per garment. Compare thorn wit'i those you have usually bought at 50c.
NO. 3. One hundred Ladies' Changeable Silk Umbrellas, colors ai follows: Urown, Navy, Garnet
and Green. Special price, 83 each. Universally sold at St. Trimmed with the iiucst
NO. 4. One case of Cotton ttuck
lot 10 c.
SALE BEGINS THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 31, 1894.
It will last until the entire stock is disposed of. We offer no baits, no flyers, but
the whole stock of Honest Bargains of New and Fresh and Seasonable Merchandise at
RIDICULOUS LOW PRICES to convert them at once into cash. We do this for the.
glory there is in it.
THE MILLINERY DEPARTMENT, consisting of Ladies Trimmed and Un
trimmed Hats, Flowers, Feathers, and the Gents' and Boys' Straw and Felt Hats and'
Caps, Miners' Caps, Clothing, etc., is not in our line, and space is too valuable to keep
them; therefore we are compelled to slaughter them at once.
REIINl EMBER Figures speak louder than word?, and we guarantee to'
save you 50 cents on every dollar you spend with us. Let prices talk. Let reason
guide you. Let your better judgment prevail.
GROSS, FOSTER &
And wo want to interest yon in our as
touiahini;ly eompleto lino of goods suit
able for Witlding Tresouts. Suuposo
wo bein with
the other ttOTSS tint together, anil we
liothor thm sorely when they try to
competo with us In jirico.
PTTTT PPV L'niimo ileBignR, lingers'
Uiuuai attd otlor famous rank-
ers' goods. Prices bolow niannt'.iotur
ors' wtiulenle ilgurcj.
PT fiPTTCl Anything from an We. Niek
KUJJl.Q ,. Alarm to tho .'hoioost ;r
tisttc I rawing linom mnlcos or the
stutely and anofont Uraudlatlior S-day
BRONZES, ETC i?BBrr2T'oi0i
Crystal, etc., onr stock Is too well
kie wn to rciiuiro aught but a passing
Our now Cab System has lowered
prices allnlon,- tbu lino.
Dealer in Diamond Watchet.
Cor.reun in, and Fprnce St.
$2,000 worth of Dinmonds to be
given away as prizes.
the bast known racing men
in tho country will coinpeto.
Grand Parado of Wheelmen in
Excursion rates on all roads.
Towels (largo size). Tin pric3
This Beautiful Bed Speaks for Itself
It yon need a Child's Bed, dun't buy until you bavo seen
this one. You will regret it if you do.
When folded takes bnt little more room than a chair.
Strong and durable. Made of Oak and Natural Mspio Vhuy
1TNE rub finish. Holds all tbo Bedding when folded.
Length, 0 feet. With, .'10 and .10 inches
PRICE VERY L.OW
WE ARE ItKTAIMNG AT PAO
BTThrroaro no Weights or Springs in tho
Folding Mechanism of this Bed. WILL
uni.K FOLD BY LIFTING.
PORMPHREY & MORION,
CO., 316 and 318
That we will GIVE you beautiful new pat
terns of Sterling SILVER SPOONS and
FORKS for an equal weight, ounce for ounce,
cf your silver dollars. All elegantly en
graved free. A large variety of new pat
terns to select from at
1507 LACKAWANNA AVE NTT K.
See our FIFTEEN DOLLAR Solid
Onk Bedroom Set?
We sell Fnrnituro as cheap as
any house in the country that in
tends to give honest value for the
mouey. Try us.
w ud io?
'11 It I
WILEY & RUSSELL AND WELLS BROS
Wholesale and retail dealers' in Wagon makers' and Blacksmiths'
don't pay for tho raw cotton. Four
Opp. Court House.
R. K. SPIKES
FOSTER & CO.