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THE SCRANTON TB IE TJNE THURSDAY MORNING, MAY" 81, 1894.
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Scranton's Position in the League Race Not
ALLENTOWN iS CLOSING UP
It Won Two Games from Easton Yes
terday Whila Harrisburg Was Pre
vented by Rain from Playing with
Altoona Reading Took Two Games
from Pottsville and Clinched Its
Hold on Fifth Place.
tion in me leagim
netmi not obangsd
by its victory over
for tho reason that
while we won one
whose scalp wo
covot, mlded two
l'ottsville sealns to
it etri nir.
The ames between Harrlsbnrg end
Al'oonn wen prevented by rain and
Allentown took edrentage of the op
portunity to cls up th pap which
Separate! it from the Senator by df-ii-atiiij,'
Easton both morning and after
noon. The following table s;ive? the per
oentage of the elub. together with the
number of games won and lost by each
auul their standing in the ohavnpion
Won. Lost. Per Ct.
flnrrishtirif 17 4 .t0
Allentown M 7 .007
Jluzlotou 11 10 .50
Altooua hi 11 ,470
Hiding !l 11 .450
Bcranton ' 18
EaBton 0 u .Sim
Pottsville 5 IS .278
BOHKDCM FOK TODAY.
Altooua at Bcranton.
HSZLETON SHUT OUT.
Fitiher Hedioo n P izz'.e Thy CouMNot
Hatleton was trpatei to a shut out at
the hall purl; yesterday afternoon and
they can thank Pitoner Hudson for it.
He was invincible.
The gaiao at llazioton in tho morn
ing was prevented by rain and oarly in
the afternoon there was every indica
tion that the elements would also pre
Vent tl e namo scheduled at 4 p.m. here.
Notwithstanding the threatening
weutber tLere were 2,101) persons who
Witnessed the game aud they oheered
find yelled every time the players gave
them an excuse to do so.
The grounds were wet and base run
ning aud field work therefore very
difficult. Staltz' failure to trap a fly
that went into his territory can bt at
tributed to the condition of the field as
he dipped backward whilh reaching
for the ball.
Scranton's team was somewhat
Changed around, llaaeoy was unable
to play on account of his Charley-horse
and Hogers filled his place ut first.
Flannghau covered right tkdd during
tne first inning and for the remainder
of the game Manager Swift guarded
that portion of the eartb. He made
one briiliaut catch and hit the bull
every time ha went to the plate, but
failed to land it safely.
Hit popularity'with tho audience was
demonstrated by the hearty roun la of
applause that greeted his appaar ince at
iiodson's great work.
Hodson was in even better form than
On the previous day, only four hits
three singles and a double, being secured
ty tho visitors. He was credited with
four strike outs and gave three mon
ba-s on balls.
Jordan pitched a good game for
Huzleton a game that wonld have
meant victory had ho been pitted
airainst a less formidable antagonist
than Hodson. Ho was found aafaly
only six times, for three singles and as
many doubles, but gave six bases on
balls, however, that proved costly, The
game by innings was as follows:
First Hogan, of Scranton, was re
tired on a fly. Wetzel reached first on
Eaien'l error, ami Patoben was sent
to firat on balls, Rogers sacrificed, ad
vafaoing Wetael and Patohen a btao.
Staltz was retired on an infield bit
from Conroy to i 'larlc.
Henry Ely wis tho first Hazioton
batter and Hodson sent him to first on
bali llaZ'm Went out from Westlake
to Roger, and Gus Moran struck out.
The tide was retired by Clark going
ont Rt first on Watltl'g throw.
Second Westlake went to base on
balls and Higgins sacrificed. The third
Btrika on I'lanaghan was missed by
Catcher Clark and the batter reached
first aud Westlake third. Hodson was
given hia base on balls and Hogan
Came to the rescne with a two-bagger
along th'i third base lino, which al
lowed Westlake and Flanaghan to
score. Wetzel's sacrifico brought Hod
aon home, but Patehen struck out,
leaving Hoin on third.
RothsrLWl went out from Wetzl to
Rogers, and Moore and Conroy were
retired on flies to Patohen and West
lake. ONE, TW.O, THREE ORDER.
Third Rogers flied out to Land,
Btaliz struck out and Westlake was re
tired on a line drive to first,
Lund hit to Westlako and was
thrown ont at first and Jordan flied out
to Westlake. Ely reached first on a
drive that passed Higgins and Hazen
reached first on Staltz's muff of a fly
ball. Moran was retired on a fly to
Uogan, leaving two men on bases.
Fourth Higgins, Swift and Hodson
wont out on flies to Ely, Conroy and
Clark retired from Wetzel to Rogers
and Rotherinol from Hodson to Rogers.
Moore made a base bit and on Roger's
error, Conroy reached first. Land
Fifth Hogan opened with a single
and Wetzel saorificod. Patehen was
sent to first on balls, and Rogers made
a base hit, filling the bags. Staltz
filled out to Moran and Hogan scored.
Westlske wont to first on four balls,
and on Hif gin's drive, which Rother
mi 1 fumbled, Patehen scored. Swift
Hied oat to Rothermel.
Jordan went out from Welzel to
Rogers, and on Roger's error, Ely
reached the initial bag. Hazen popped
Tip an infield fly which Westlake cap
tured and threw Ely out at first, mak
ing a doutile play.
Sixth Hodson, Hogan and Wetzel
went out on fly hits. Tne first named
tfi Land nnd the last two to Clark.
Moran was retired from Wetzel to
RogerB, Clark reached first on four
balls and Rotbernel and Moore flied
ont to Westlake and Staltz.
WBSTLAKE'8 timely hit,
Hpventh Puto.hon hit to Pnnrrnr ftnil
kwas thrown ont at first and Rogers was
retired on a long drive to Clark. Staltz
3 sue a single ana scored on West-
laic's doable. Higgins was retired
from Hnzeu to Clark.
Conroy and Jordan struck oat and
Lind got hia qaietua on a foul fly to
EighthSwift was retired from Ho
gan to Clark nnd Hodson got first on
called balls but was retired from Roth
ertnel to Con way 'at second on Ilogan's
drive to short. Wetzel filed out to
Ely opened Haileton'l half or the in
ning with a two-base hit to right field.
Hazen Hied out to Westlake and Moran
to Patclien. Clark was given his base
on balla and Rathermel died on a line
drive to Roger.
Ninth Patehen went out on n fly to
Moor and Rogors followed with u bit
which netted two basea Moore's phe
nomonal rnnning catch of a foul fly re
tired Btalta and Westlake went out
from Hazjn to Clark.
Moore made a single, but was put out
from Patclieu to Higgins, while trying
to steal second. Conroy lied out to
digging and Land was rstirsd from
Westlake to Rogers. The score:
Hogan, c. f
Wetzel, s. s
Rogers. 1 b
Btalta, c. f
Westlake, !1 b
Biggins, 2 b
Flanaghan, r. f ...
Swift, r. f.
It. II. O. A. E.
H. Ely, 1. f 0 2 1 0 0
Hazen, Sb 0 0 14 1
ilorau, c. f 0 0 1 (1 0
f'lark, lb 0 0 14 0 0
Rothermel, s. s o o 9 2 i
Wo:re, c I) 2 4 II 1
Conroy, 2 b o o 2 H 0
Ei.nd, r. f 0 0 a 0 0
Jordan, p o o o l o
Totals (I 4 27 10 8
Bcranton o 30oaoioo-o
Bssleton o o o o o o o o o o
Earned runs-Scranton 1, Two base hits
Hogen, Rogers, Westlake, H. Ely. Sac
rifice nits Wetael 8, fbr,'ois, Higcins, Ha
zen Stolen bases Westlake. Double plavs
Westlake to Rogers, struck out By
godson 4, Jordan it. First on balls By
Hodson 3, Jordan 6, l ime, 1.45. Umpire
OTHER STATE LEfGUE RESULTS.
At Pottsville- '
Pottsville 2 n n 9 n n n n 1 s
Beading 8 o l l o 3 a o x-io
Ilitt. 1'oltSVllle. S- Itondinir I1.- I'.rrnri
Pottsville. 6: Heading. 0. Batteri's-t'arr
and DiL'CiUS: Klioa'dos and Cm rllmrt I'm.
Allentown II 0. 1 A a A a 1 ni7
Easton 3 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 10
Hits Allentown. 17- Fusion 19' P
Allentown, 2; Easton, 4. Batteries
PoIli'lllM and SIllllL'm- liilh.ri Rnlfnaa nn.l
Altooua-Harrisburtr camos postnonod.
Readlna o i o l n n n 2 s s
Pottsvillo 0 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 05
Hits Beadbue. 11 Pott-sville !) Errn?s
Reading, 4j Pottsvillo, 5. Batteries
Jones ami Uoocthart: Clare and Diggins.
Easton 0 2 0 0 12 1 1 20
Allentown.... 7 1 0 1 5 3 0 0 X 17
llits-Eastou, 16; Allentown, 11. Errors
Easton, 0; Allentown, 0. Batteries
Wilson and Sharp; Kilroy and Millijau.
Washington... 1 0004200 17
Loumvlllo 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 03
Bits Washington, U; Louisville, 9,
Errors Washington, 8; Louisville, 1. Bat
teriesPetty an I Mcliuire; Kilroy and
Earle. Umpire ilurst.
Philadelphia...! 0000030 04
Chicago 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 5 x 12
Bits Philadelphia,; Chicago, 14. Errors
rnuaaeipnin, 4; unioago, 1. Batteries
Haddock, C'allihan and Brady; Mcliill and
Klttridge, Umpire- O'Kourke.
Brooklyn .... 1 1 0 0 1 3 0 0 00
St Louis 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0-2
Hits, Brooklyn, 0; St. Liuis, 7. Errors
Brooklyn, 4; St. Louis, 0. Batteries
stein and Daily; CI irksoa and Buckley.
A. New York
New Vork....O 0001001 x 2
Cleveland 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 01
Hits, New York, 5; Cleveland, 3. Errors
New Vork. 6; Cleveland, 1. Batteries
Rnsia and Karrell; Cuppy and Zi miner.
Boston 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1-13
Cincinnati 0 1 0 3 0 1 4 0 1 10
Hits Boston, 14; Cincinnati, 14. Er
rorsBoston, 5; Cincinnati, 9, Batteries
l.ovott and Uauzell; Parrott and
Vaughn. Umpire Swartwood.
At Pittsburg Pittsburg-Baltimore, both
games postponed on accou.it, of rain.
Brooklyn 0 0000000 x 5
St. Louis 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 12
II its -Brooklyn, 4; St. Louis, 4. Errors
-Brooklyn, 2: St. Louis, 1. Batteries
Daub r.nd Dailev; Hawley, Buckley and
Peitz, Umpire Emslie.
Boston 2 0 0 0 1 5 2 1 x 20
Cincinnati ....2 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 511
Hits Boston, 10; Cincinnati, 14. Errors
Boston, 8; Cincinnati, 0 Batteries
Nichols ami Ryan; Chamberlain and
Vaughn. Umpire Swartwood.
Philadelphia ..2 000081 0 0 fl
Chicago 0 0 3 0 5 1 0 3 012
Hits-Philadelphia, 10; Chicago, 10. Er
rors-Philadelphta, 2; Chicago, 3. Batter
ies Weyhiug, Haddock and Clements;
(iriflith and Suliriver. Umpire O'Roui'Ke.
Washington... 8 8 0 0 1 1 0 1 x 14
Louisville 2 0004100 20
Hits Washincton. 11: Louisville, in.
Errors Washington, 4: Louisville, 1.
Batteries Maul and McOuire; Kilroy,
Pffeifer and Earle. Umpire Hurst. '
At New York-
New York. ...0 0000020 02
Cleveland 2 0000000 13
Hits New York, 3: Cleveland. 7. Er
rorsNew York, 5; Cleveland 2. Batteries
(lorinnii and Earrcll, Clarkson aud Zim-
iner. umpire Lynch.
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Buffalo, 1; Erie, 5: Springfield, 5: Provi
Afternoon game Providence,23; Spring
Troy, 5; Syracuse, 9.
Binuhamton-Wilkes-Barro game post
poned, wot trounds.
OTHER GAMES PLAYED.
University of Pennsylvania, 0; Cor
Harvard, 10; Princeton, 4.
Lafayette, 14; Lehigh, 0.
GLINTS FROM THE OIAMONO.
Chicago has rolonsed Pitcher Frank Don
nelly. There was a large attondanoe of ladies
at yesterday's game.
The Healeton club has a valuable back
utup in Catcher Mooro.
Only thirty-five Hssleton men woroat
bat in yesterday's ame.
Scranton had nine men left on bases yes
terday nnd Basletoa eight.
Catcher Men itt. lately released by Bos
ton, has been claimed by Baltimore.
BlnghamtOU has signed James Hickman,
a young player of the Murray Hills, to
cover short field.
Tho pnst ten days will go down into his
tory as the worst ever experienced by
baso ball pliyers, mauagers and backors.
Pitcher Hodson was tho hero of yester
day's game. Manager Swift showed good
judgment in pitting him against Jordon,
Thomas Ihvyor, a member of the Ket
rick's Indians, of 1899, is playing right
held for Hazleton under the name of
Hogan mnde a run ypsterday and batted
in two others It is not wonderful that
tho Youngstown boy is popular with the
Bonner's recent visit to Wilkes-Barre,
prolonged beyond his leave of nb.-once, will
osrn him a place on the bench. Beita will
cover second for Baltimore, so Bays Hau
lon. Umpire Ketrick adjudicated his first
leaguo.ganie in this city yesterday. There
were a number of close decisions and con
sequent kicking, but whether or not Mr.
Ketrick was always correct it was very
evident that be meant to do exact justico
between the players. Ho enforces the
rules nnd keeps the game from dragging.
Woll! Weill Weill
It's time fur ter work with yer voices a
Watchiu' the players that dons it so slick;
Wishin' the umpire was one yer could
Don't crre a cent for the blisterin' sun:
Ont on the bleachers is whur ye havo fun,
Qittin' worked up till ye jus' hafter yell,
Well ! ! I
Well! Weill Weill
This is a beautiful storv tor tell I
Washington mskin' a beautiful race
Chasin' Chicago ler get tho last place;
New York a-doin' her best fur ter shine
Ba the beacon sd"brigbt, at the end of the
Every one cheerin' Bnd chasin' pell moll.
OF INTEREST TO WHEELMEN.
It is thought that 20,000 nersons will be
attracted to Waltliam tod ly to see Sanger
and Tyler, tho bicycle racors, try for new
A turnpike company of Rochester, N.
Y., collects a toll of S cents from every
cyclist passing through the toll gate on the
road. As over alio wheels pass thrdugh on
pleasant days tho receipts are considera
ble. Cyclists claim the toll is illegal, and
propose to test tho matter in court.
Tho Wilkes-ilarre programme involves
a reception of visiting wheelmen and lan
tern parade on the second, ending with an
entertainment at tuocluO bouse; on tho
third, prize races; and on the Fourth, a
run to Scrantou, where many will parti
cipate in the big races here ou that day.
PbCVIHTLOH is hotter than cure, and you
may prevent that tired feeling by taking
Hood's Sarsaparilla, which will keep you
blood pure and free from acid taint aud
terms of disease.
Hood's Pius, do not purge, pain or
gripe, but act promptly, easily aud
Cure for Headache.
As a remedy for all forms of Uoadache
Electric Bittcr6 has proved to be the very
best. It effects a permanent euro aud the
most dreaded habitual sick headaches
yield to its influence. We urge all who are
afflicted to procure a bottle and give this
remedy a fair trial. In cases of habitual
constipation Electric Bitters cures by giv
ing the needed tono to the bowels. and few
nu-es long resist the use of this medicine.
Try it once. Large bottles only Fifty cents
at Matthews Bros', drug store.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
An Unexpected Drnmatio Event.
Positively last nppoaraaee In Scrantou of tho
famous and accomplished actress,
MRS. JOHN DREW
TUESDAY, MAY '.'.I Mrs. Draw as MRS.
MALArROP In Hberidan's treat com
edy, in three acts,
WEDNESDAY, MAY ISO
comedy In four acts,
written in 17(11,
Prices-SI. 18) N and Sic. Seats on salo Sat
nrday. May 'M.
THE FROTH INGHAM
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Monday, Tuedny and Wnrinenday Kven
Iiiks and WedBeSdey Matinee,
ThursriHy, I'rMny und Kutnrilny I v imhj;
auil Saturday Matinee,
Mittlnee Prloes. .
,18e. 2io., 35c., r.oc
10c, loci, 'TlO
Slo opens Friday at Powoll's Music Stora
82,000 worth of Diamonds to be
given away as prizes.
All the best known racing men
in the country will compete
Grand Parade of Wheelmen in
Excursion rates on all roads.
Wants of all kinds cost that much, ea
tpt Situations Wanted,which are inserta
UUY 15 YEARS OF AUK. ONE YEAH EX
perienre in barber shoe, wants to work
with any barber to learn tho trado. AddnSI
T. O. BjX to, (il, Korgj, l"a.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A MIDDLE
O nged man. with f:iir tdUOStlon! wmild
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Address B. L. QAKLIOK.
hpi iiiK riMirt,
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CITUATION V.NTKD BY A BOY 14
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HOOOKKEEPEH AND STENOOItAPllEK
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If YOU Alii; Tl BED (lit CANNOT CON
ti' AC paying installments on your build
in? lute, write to me; 1 wunt to buy two or
three. "E," thisoltico.
WANTED TO BUY COMMON PIOEONS;
u ill .,, ... .........
2, 1'rlco Bmldlag, lit Washington avenue, or
a 1 dress letters to 1'ust Otlicu Box 304, Scran-
son. i n.
CAI.KSMEN WANTED TO SELL OUR
I' goods by s.mipl) to the wholes lie and re.
tail trade; sell on sight to every business mall
or firm liberal salary and expenses paid; po
sition permanent. For terms address with
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.yAaTED-MAN WITH LIFE AND FIKE
' insurance cxperlenco as solicitor in
I sokawsnna county; good iuducoments to
right man. Address lL'5'.ti Beta building,
Help Wanted Male.
about $180. Can get an agency which
will pay J'i") a week and expenses.
A. A. BARN ICS, Conway House.
tX7 ANTED aoOD WHEKLWKIOHT.
Glllhool8 OarrfSgS works, corner Lack
awanna avenue nnd Beventh street.
?VK RENT -STOKE 511 LACKAWANNA
Ave. Inquire of HENRY F.BY,
4-1 Lackawanna Ave.
iOK KENT FURNISHED HOUSE AND
V garden in country, for summer. House
largo; running spring wsterj plenty of shade;
beautiful lake foil of gams lish a few rods
from door, per month. D. W. brown,
attorney. 50fl Spruce street
T?OS RENT LIGHT, WELL FURNI8HED
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X hull on OreiMi Ri1jro 8tnot. Very desira
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OFFICE FOR BENT OKFIOB IN LI
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HI vffli t only. Address Janitor or P. O. Box
l.OB RALE THOBOUUHLY EQUIPPKD
I PliotoKi-aph Qsllo.y. Will Hell at one
half tho value on SOOonnt Of OtbST business.
Apply to D. It. BBAMAN, Forest City, I'a.
DOR BALE FARM 110 ACRES; B0 ACRES
I Improved.Two good hoases,runnlng spring
water at botb.tbrse good bsrni,yonngorhcara
Located in village ol Forest Lsk e, H UAquthan na
Oonnty, (inly a few rods to school, church,
postoBos, tc. Bwntlral lak s ell stocked
with L'ame fish. Terms easy. pplyloU. W.
BROWN, attorney, las Bpruos street.
COR SALE AN IDEAL 001 TRY HOME,
7 seres of land, fine Isrge bonse, mod. rn
InprovementS Easy ItsUUloS from scran
toil. Also 7 desir.ble tuiildiiu lots in
toon try. Li. W. DROWN, Att'y.
MM Spruce street.
I.HiR SALE -A FAlt.M OF EIGHTY ACRES,
I one and one-half miles from Daltun on
th Delaware, Lackawanna anil Western
railroad. First cbi.ss farm house wlthanovor
i.nl IU in 111. DearUjfj two liarns. (jood land
and good orchard. Will ho sold cheap. Terms
easv. Address B. F. VON STOBCH or ISA Ai )
ELLIS, executor.!, Daltou, Lackawanna
t'OR BALE OB EXCHANGE FOR SCRAN
1 ton property A boarinu orange grovo
incroiisinK in pro'luetion and value yearly in
the orange section In Florida. AddrSS F. E.
NETTLETON, Lako Holou, Florida
MEALS Folt 11.00.
" 21S Franklin avenne.
1) LANK BOOKS, PAMPHLETS. MAOA
X) zinoa, etc., bound or rebound at 1'hb
Inn. 1 sk ollico. tjiii:k work. Ruaiouablo
MEAL TICK ITS CAN PK HAD AT 144,
corner Spruce street and Franklin avn
lino. Twenty meal tickets for fS.50. Uood
ON SALE AT GROSS, FOSTER A CO,
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 arc compelled to slaughter them at once.
REMEMBER Figures speak louder than words, and we guarantee to
save you 50 cents on every
guide you. Let your better
GROSS, FOSTER &
FOUR CHEAT SPECIALS
That Will Bring Business for Us and Give Satisfaction to Our Customers.
NO. 1. Fifty dozen Ladle' Silk Hose, in following colors: Black, Cream White, Nile Green, Canary,
Orange, Pink, Lavender, Light nine, Tain and Browns. 50o. U the new price. They
Greatest Underwear Birgin of thaaja, for gaafcleima. Blbrlgu Shirts and Drawers,
all sizes, 25c per garment. Compare them with those you have usually bought at 50c.
One hundred Ladies' Changeable Hilk Umbrella's, colors as follows: Brown, Navy, Garnet
and Green. Special price, $3 each. Universally sold at $1. Trimmed with the finest
NO. 4. One case of Cotton Huok
THE SCRANTON BEDDING CO.
602 AND 604 LACKAWANNA AVE., COR. ADAMS.
OTKAYED FROM PASTURE NKAB
17 Moses Taylor hospital, two-year-old
hlofor, black arid whitu. Biiot on shouIdST.
whito on under part of body and on snd Oi
tail. Howard for ruturn or informstloil that
will flnd uor. JOHN A. JIKAKS.
C. rnor WnshinBton anil Viuo.
Ul'MHKR IKiAhDlNU FOUR RESPECT
I able persons can lind ilrst class board
with Binall family in large, airy house. Hot
and cold baths. Free carriage to depot and
church Three (m iners of a mile from sta
tion. Healtny locality. Address box OJ.CIai k.s'
NOTICE THERE Is PENDING IN BEL
ect Council of tho city of Scrantou, Pa.,
an ordinance entitled "An ordinance provid
ing for the paving of Pine street fr.'in Wash
ington avenue to Clay avenne; providing for
the setting or re -setting of curb atone where
necessary on BaM street; directing manner of
assessing and collecting costs of said improve
ments; providing manner of paying contrac
tor and appropriating funds to defray tho ex
pense of tlie same.
Tho following is a copy of the petition for
To tho Honorable, the Select nnd Common
Councils of tho city of Scranton:
The undersigned owners of property, abut
ting on Pine street, between Washington uvu
mie and Clay avenue, respectfully petition
jour honorable bodies that said street lai
tween the points named may be paved with
street asphalt pavement on a coneroto base,
except the block between Jefferson and Madi
son avenues, which shall be paved with West
Mountain stone blocks, or vitrified birlok; that
the same bo set with curb stones so far as
necessary; that thu cost of said improvement
he assessed against abuttinc owners according
to the feet front rule; that said assessment be
Dade payable in llvo equal annual install-m-'iits;
and that tho portion of said street oc
cupied by tho tracks and sidings of the street
railway lie deducted from said nssea-ments
against abutting owners and collected from
laid Street railway company, and your peti
tioners will ever pl ay, etc.
E. L. Fuller MO ftt
A. K. limit 160 feet
E. K. Sancton so r,.0t
AdalTJ Thompson 80 feet
0, K. Weeks m feet
All Souls Universalis! Church, liyM. J.
Wilson, Pres. ex-Board ft) feet
Franc. T. Vail 40 feet
E. G. Coarsen SO feet
Att'y Miller, by J. S. Miller 17 feet
Lnthur Keller 4.1 feet
A. K. Adams offset
J. B. Corcoran 7f feet
Elizabeth Walsh 75 eot
A. E. Brook, by Charles Do Pont lireok
Frederick Connell 7.1 feet
Ellen Jones, per E. II. Jones H0 est
Sarah tirlllin 80 feet
Jones Bros l sect
Henry Frey Hi) feet
James W. Guernsey I25 foot
The estate of Ira Tripp, deceased, by
Ezra H. Ripple, Everett Wnrreu,
A. B, Warman 51 foot
W. H. Stanton IB feet
The foregoing is published In pursuance of
provisions of resolution of City Councils.
Approved May -0, IMI4.
M. T. LAVELLE,
PORMPHREY & MORTON.
dollar you spend with us. Let
CO., 316 and 318
Towels (larg3 size). Tha price don't pay for the raw cotton. Four
WALLACE1"9 tSSE tVE
Soo our FIFTEEN DOLLAR Solid
Oak Bedroom Set?
We sell Furniture) as cheap as
any house in the country that in
tends to give honest value for the
money. Try us.
205 AUD 207
WILEY & RUSSELL AND WELLS BEOS.
Wholesale and retail dealers' in Wagonraakers'
European Plan. First-otasa Bar attnehivV
Depot tor Bergner A Eng-els Tannhamser
li Cor, 15th enuFllburt.ti, Pbllads.
Most dcslrahlo for residents of N.B. Penn
rylvsula. All eor.veuienciw for travelers'
to and from Broad Street etaUun aaa the
Twelfth and Market Ktrota station, lie
Irable for visiting .'erantouians and peo
tie In the Authraotte Begloa
T. J. VICTORY.
prices talk. Let reason
Brass and Iron Beds,
R. R. SPIKES
And WO want to in forest you in our ns
timlshingly complete line of goods suit
abh.i for Wedding Presents. Suppose
wo begin with
Wo curry a blR
iror line I h;iu hslf
tho other stores put together, and we
liother them sorely when they try to
com pole with us in price.
HTTTT PPV PnlqUS designs 1'opers'
V U A .UAjfb X an(j t,or fmao.is mak
ers' goods. Prices liolow hianufaetur
ers' wholesale figures.
PT flfWO Anything from an 8S0. ITIok-
V All.' VIVO at Alarm to the choicest ar
tistic iirnwiug Room innkes or tho
rtaiely aud auclcut Grandfather K-day
BRONZES, ETC ftiE?
Crystal, eto. , our stock Is too well
known to roquire aught but a passing
Our new Unh SyMom has lowered
pr Ices all alouj tho lino.
Dealer in Diamonds, Watches,
Cor. Fenn Ave. and Spruce St.
By Dr. Shimberg,
The Specialist on tho Kye. Headaches an
arvonsnoss relieved. Latest and Improved
Stylo of Kye Glasses nnd Spectacles at the
Lowest Prices. Best ArtlUcial Ryu inserted
SOS SPRUCE ST.. op. Old Post OMlc.
A Handsome Complexion
Is one of tho greatest charms a woman can
possess Fozsoni's Complexion l'owniai
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