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    THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY" MORNING. JUNE 2, 1S94.
BASE
BALL
Scranton Nov a Tie with Reading for Fourth
Place.
ALTOONA THE YSCTIffl THIS TIME
Rain Permitted tho Phyinjr, of Only
Five Innings in This City Harris
burg and Allentown the Other Vic
torsThe Easton Club Disbands.
Various Other Soorting Matters of
Interest to All.
8l
A.1 M ;
''- r
HE first break in tha
T"
ranks of the Statu
lesgas wns made
yesterday when Bu
ton disbanded i t b
olnbi It was Bobed'
nled to play lit
.4
:t-7
.r i
f&V4& 'JS l'ottsville in the
&f .- t.ftnvnoon Vint dor
or
ing the mornint.',
Manager Smith, of
Pottsville, received n telegram stating
Hint t'.io hnclters of the club badfdeter
ruined to qnit,
This ling been poor season for Eis
ton. The nttendnnos has been poor
owing to tho fact that tho club ha uot
been playing winning ball, and to n.id
to tl.o trouble, tbe rain has plnyeil
havoc with tho icbednled games.
SInch money was lout in that way.
Another thing that worked injury to
tho clnb is tbe feeling which prevail!
In Eaaton with regard to Allentown,
Tiii' Esstonitei will not tolerate a club
that cannot at h-ast pull an even stroke
with .the representative! of Peannt
town. Manager Smith, of l'ottsville, has se
enrrd Pitchers Hughes and Wilson of
tbe disbanded club, and Short Stop
Ellis, who iii on- of the Ivst in the
league. Eastern's pl.ico will be prob
ably filled by admitting either Lancas
ter nr Bbonandoah to tho league.
Allentown defeated Beading yester
day which permitted the bcranton to
tie that clu') for fifth place. Harris
unrg lowered the colors of Basleton,
enabling na to doorcase the gap which
separates as from tbe place tuat right
fully belongs to us.
Tbe following table eiv.?s the pjr
t'entaesof tbeclnbs, together with tho
number of gamea won and lost by each,
p. nd their respective tjtnnding in the
."MUplOUSUip
Won.
.. 19
.. 10
.. IS
.. 10
.. 10
Lost.
4
8
10
19
III
la
M
IS
Per C't.
.836
,887
.545
.445
.488
.4:15
.yoo
Harrisburg..
Allentown...
II i.lnton....
. hcona
Reading
Bcranton 10
Kastou A
Pottsville 5
SCHEDULE FOB TODAY.
Altoona at Bcranton.
Beading at Allentown.
Han Isburg at llazloton
TCOK ONE FROM ftlTOOUft.
Ztaia Mercifully Prevented Scranton from
Winnies Another.
bcranton w:)u its sixth straight game
yesterday, by defeating Alex. Don
ongbe'i Altoona nygroKntion at tho park
in the afternoon in a gun i that was cut
chnrt in the sixth inning by a severe
rain storm
But lor tho perversa character of tho
weather during t!iewek more is n.i
doubt that Seranton wou.1,1 stand aev
fial points higher in tho loaguo race,
)'or tho homo learn has been playing a
brilliant article of ball aince its return
home, notwithstanding the miserable
weather.
The boys are evidently determined to
wipe out the errors of the past by de
monstrating that they are capable of
pi ay log the national gams in splendid
style, It is unfortunate, therefore, that
at thin timo v.dien tho weaker clubs of
1ho league were scheduled to play in
this city the weather should persist
ently interfere and unquestionably rot)
ns ot gamea
It was arranged that Scranton and
Altoona slionlil play two games at tho
onrk yesterday afternoon bur. the olerk
of tho weather said "no," and what be
aid went
Bui ono game was played and that
was curtailed i llv innings:
DETAILS OF Till: GAME.
The gaino whs called a few min
utes after 2 o'clock, and in the first In
ning llogau and VVetstl stored on a hit
by the former and loose playing by Al
toona. Batimore opened for tlio visit
ors ty goiug out from Higgins to
liogers, and when Walters stepped to
the j.late Long Tom Flanagban was
unable to accurately gauge its sizf and
font tbe batsman to base on called
balls T.io next batters, Youugmnn
iind Cote, vro retirud on Infield hits
and Flauagban'a generosity wai not
productive of results.
Ia tbe second lliugins and Swift
made corking b;:sa bits and Flanagban
racrificed in brilliant style, advancing
tbe runners to third and soeond. Al
tbi i critical moment Hogan stepped to
the plato to fnc .lack Sdheibel, with
whom in boyhood's happy days he
played ono old cat on the vacant lots
utout Yonngitown, o.
It whs moan of Jack to do it, but be
insisted oh Striding bis townsman nut,
and Hogan returned to tho bench with
his faith in tbe strength of the attach
tnentl of youth materially diminished.
Well 1 was retired on a drive to linti-Jncr-
and tho anticipated runs wire
Hot scored.
Hartman'a scarlot sweater evidently
dosed Flanagban and the SX'Pbllly
luad" a hit, going to second on Miller's
Sacrifice and scoring on Patchen's
throw to Westlak which the latter
dropped. That error saved Altoona
from n sh'-.t onr.
no ru&THKB sconiNO.
During the tliird, fourth and fifth
innings neither club iUOOOOded in get
ting ii man bom. Ti tbe fifth Hogan
HVSNINQ,
O Disev-s, sueli as defy tbe
) ord.i-.ry blood ntedtcutes.
nn. .-. I riimrli.fi.lv I.' lip
-f fierce I UoMeii Meilical III:
coM'ry. ror BCTCnua in ail
1
Vet its vnriou,
raScrefuloM
various forms, tbo worst
JlCsZsBu'n racrciuioua aorei nna rtweii
iwPt P1'"" cting L leers,
oji j btut uiouu-uuui anu
disorler, this is a direct
remedy.
If, tcorottghry purifi's nnd
(micbes yoi.r blind.
Ar,rc:,(hr. N. C.
PR, it. V. tEiicr. f,ir Ntr
Ymu fiolden Medical nis-
IS -f
5,
oover; vfi proven a iness
ine to DO. It was reeom
rwndeil to me by KCT. r. A.
liiiykendall. I have been a
sntt'erer Tilh old Lores on mi
ls for four yeattM. 1 used three bottles of it,
arid m b us n-e sound ij I well and my
bnUtb fs betti rthsn it has been for sotneUme.
I had tho I'Obi doctors of this oountr treat
my case und Hi fiisd to effect a cure.
Yours rtpc tf ully,
wascutfff nt the plato by ono of the
most accurate throws from the outfield
ever seen on the grounds. Hogan was
on third uud lloxwra batted a fly to
lift field whicli Douoghne captured.
As soon as ho suw it trapped llogau
started for home und at the instant the
ball started in tho same direction pro
polled by all the speed Dono.;hue could
yive it.
Straight aa an arrow it flow to the
outstr; tched hands of Catcher Cote,
who received it when Hogan was two
feet from the home plate. Had tho ball
been thrown a fraction less nccurate
the run would Have been scored.
During tho fifth inning it began to
roin, and in the sixth when Westlske
was at tho bat the rain descended so
heavily that the players and spectators
had to seek Bhelter. Tho score tbeu
was as follows :
BURAMTON.
K. 11. P.O. A. K.
Uogan, c. f t 9 l o 0
Wetzel, 84 1 1 8 9 1
Patchen.0 o o t 2 l
Bogers, lb 8 0 8 o 8
Btalta, L l 0 o 9 8 8
West lake, 3b 0 9 1 1 8
Ulsffina. lib 8 0 19 8
hwitt, r. f 0 10 0 0
Flanagan, p o 8 1 9 8
Total 9 0 15 0 9
ALTOONA.
K. IT. P.O. A. E.
rtu'termore, 2b 0 0 8 9 1
Walters, c. f 0 0 0 8 0
Youuaman. r. f o l l o o
Cote, c 0 0
4 0
Hartman, lib l l l o 0'
it i Her, ss 8 0 1 9 8
Hagan, l b o t r o l
Douoghue, 1.1 0 0 -J 1 8
Bcheible, p o o 0 9 l
Total 1 B 15 7 a
Bcranton 9 o o o o 2
Altoona 0 1 0 0 i) 1
Two-base hits Uogan. Sacrifice hits
Flannifan.Youngraun, Miller, Hagan, Left
on bases Bcranton, 5; Altoona, o. Stolen
bases Wetzel, 2; Patcheo, Donoghne.
i-uiibi plays Bnttermore to Miller to
Hasan, Donoghne to Cote. Stnukout
By Scheiulo, 2. First base on balls By
Planmgan, 9, llit by pitcher Rogers,
Donoghne, First base en errors Scran
lon, 1; Altoona, L Time One hour. Um
pire ICetrick.
THAT BEOONO (JA1I2.
For twenty-five minutes the rain
continued to descend and then came a
ritt in theclonds and Manager Don
oghue asked Umpire Ketriek to have
the game finished. It was ton minutes
later tvtoro the players could co on the
field, and then Manager Swift naked
that tho second game be called. A
long and vigorous kick was made by
Mr. Donoghue, who said the first game
would have to be fiuished before be
would undertake to play u second. It
was pointed out to him that the time
for calling the second game had ar
rived, nud that according to the rules
the five inninga of the first constituted
a game.
In tho meantime sawdust hud been
llbefolly applied to the groun Is and at
4,40 Mr. Donongbe cousouted to pro
ceed with the eecond ghine. The
grounds were sloppy and Pitchers
boblebel and Flanagban who were put
in to pitch tho second gaino found it
difficult to control tho ball. It prom
ised to be a game .ot heavy hitting but
while the second inning was being
played the downpour of rain again bo
gau and Umpire Ketriek called the
game. Tile score stood 2 to Oin favor
of Scrantou.
OTHER STATE UftGUE RESULTS.
At Hnzleton
Basleton
llurnsburg
Bits Hnsleton, 0
rare Basleton. 1; U
ies Fee and Moore:
Game called m lift li
rain.
1 0 110-3
A 1 0 0 X- 4
Barrlsbnrg, 3. Er
arrlsbnrgi o. batter
Bprogel and Suiink.
inning on account of
At Allentown
Allentown.... 0 0 0
Beadina l 1 0
0 0 1 0 8 0-4
0 0 0 0 0 02
IlHn Allentown
!); Reading, 7. Er-
rors Allentown, 6; I!
KUroy, Milligan and
(iocdhart.
loauiug, 3. Batteries
Kelly; Leauiauaud
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
At Baltimore
Baltimore 8 2000000 2-0
Oinelnnatl 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 B B
Bits Baltimore, 16; Cincinnati, 11. Er
rors Baltimore, 8; Cincinnati, 'J. Batter
Ies Bawke. Mullane and
Robinson ;
Umpire
i liiunberlaiu
Lynch.
ami Morpi y.
At Washington
Washington ..8 l
Pittsburg 2 0
1 B 0 0 .0 8 0-10
loioool 6
Bits Washington, 19s Pittsburg, 7. Er
rors Washington. 8; Pittsburg, 2. Bat
fortes Mercer and McOniro, tiambert and
Bngden. Umpire Hurst.
At Brooklyn
Brooklyn...... 8 0 0 1 2 0 0 2 x- B
Ctiicago o (tooooo o 0
llit a Brooklyn, lit Chicago, Errors
Brooklyn, 2 ; Chicago, u. Batteries
thistTigLt and DaiTeyi QrifBtn and
i!u Iver. Umpire Swartwood.
At Hew York
New Ynrk....O 1
St. Louis 1 1
Hits New York
rors New York, S
terles Bnsie and
0 0 0 0 0
0 10 0 9
4; St. Louis,
0 0- 1
0 X- f
, '.). Er
St. LOUIS,
nt-
Farroll, Clarkson anil
Peitz. umpire McQaade,
At Boston
Boston 0 0 0 0 2 3 0
Cleveland 1 14 5 2 8 1
Hits Boston, 10: Cleveland, 9S
4 0 H
0 x-22
Errors
Boston, 7; Cleveland, 8 Batteries
Stivetts, McCarthy uml Qaosel, Youi,g
and Zimraer. Umpire Emslie.
At Philadelphia
Philadelphia.... 1 0100001000 7-10
Louisville 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 08
Bits Philadelphia. 10) Louisville, 9. Er
rors Philadelphia, 9 Louisville, 9. Bat
teries -Taylor and elemental Menaf ee and
Grim. Umpire OHourke.
EASTERN tEfGUE.
Wilkes-Bsrre. 7; Blngaamton, l.
Erie, ti; Buffalo, L
GLINTS FROM THE DIAMOND.
Pitcher Armstrong, of Harrisburg, is on
the sick list.
Pitcher Tommy Eruhnn ha i been released
by llariisburg.
"Snapper" Lang has not beon released
by HiiiKhnmton.
Tho (;nto receipts on all big holidays aro
Squally divided between both teams.
Stranton is tied with Reading for fifth
place whilo Altoona leads us by but twenty
points.
Tho Ladies Baso Ball clab which was to
play in this city n few weeks ago, is
stranded at Courtl and, N. Y.
Scranton and Altoona will play two
games ui tho park this afternoon. Tbe
l'.rst gnino will bo colled at 2 o'clock.
George Fox still wears his broken finger
In linen. Reading misses him from the
tenm. Ho is tho lightning mask dropper
in the league.
The High School nud St. Tliomns' col
lege tenuis will play a postponed league
enmn this morning nt tho Driving park.
GhUttS w id be called nc 10 o'clock.
James Galvln wns rolensod yesterday.
Jim's many old friends here, ns well ns the
club mnnHgcmnnt, wish him the bust of
luck iu tho future. Buffalo Coarier.
A postponed league game between the
Hlli School and Wood's Business collego
will take place this afternoon at 2 o'clock
nt tho Driving park. This game will bo
lor gore, as the lust contest botwoeu tbo
clubs was u tie iu tho eleventh inning.
Tickets for the Wilkes-Barre-Wood's
Business College game on Decoration Day
will be good for gumo this afternoon nt
Driving purk betweou the High School
and Wood's team. Game nt 1 n'elork. The
teams ate evenly m.itctied and will put ii;'
a good game,
Manager Swift Would like to have
currd Pitcher Bnghes, of the disbanded
Boston club, (or Bcranton. He is now ne
goiiatiniT for tho snrvices of two pitchers
with .National tragus club. and as a re
sult of bis negotiations hopes to secure
another first class piiclier.
Rain saved Borriibarg from defeat yes
terday at .luniata park. Altoona Tribune.
This statement is uka most rains refresh
ing. In addition, coming from n town
whose club couldn't get ono game out of
four played, it has the ftonor of being the
eiil v 2 l-carat bit of gall sirnii? on the base
ball imblie this season, Harrisburg
Patriot.
Richard Phelan, tho new member of the
Bcranton ball team, arrived in the city
yesterday afternoon and weather permit
ting will make his appearance before
scranton rooters this afternoon. He left
New Orleans Wednesday, Where tho heat
was intense, to plunge into an autumnal
atmosphere when be alighted fioin tbe
train iu th;s city. This is Mr. Phelan'
twentieth season ns n professional bslt
player. Prior to yesterday ho bail not
been in the city since 177 when be wns
compelled to spend a short time hero. At
that time lie was a member of the famous
Binghamton cricket club. It left the
Parlor city for Wilkosborrs and when it
arrived in this city found that n big strike
was on. Ths railroad had been lorn Up
for a short distance and tho ball players
bad to remain here until means of trans
portation could bo provided for them.
RACES AT DRIVING PARK.
rroBramtne of thfl Trotting Evonta of
Today ns AnnoEnd.
Tho following are the entries for today's
races at the Driving Park:
Three aliuuto Clas: Ambrose Spencer,
b. g.. Thief; Fred Cook, b. g , Roll Plate,
P. Harvey, tr. m.. Hard Silk; George
smith, hi., m., tiiBci-i Bt Owen tielclc,
b!. m.. Lady llolcamb; Harry Howard,
Dn. g., Cream,
2:88 Class Fred Cook, b. g , QlppoC)
Oeorge Duuu, b. g., Fred C; Ambrose
Spencer, b. in., Niollyj Dr. Haggerty, b. g.,
Bfeelv; George White, b. h., Governor Bea
ver: P. J. Daffy, r. in., Merchandise.
Freo for All P. J. Duffy, r. g., Bob
Ingersollj lb E. Westlske, br. g., Charley
Btiltsoni Fred Cook, b. g., Honest Jake;
Will im St. John, b. m., Myrtle S.
Exhibition mile by Steve 8.10.
(ieatlomau's Bead Race H. B. Rey
nolds, b. g,, Doc; Alec Dunn, b, g., Fred;
Qeorge Dunn, b. b., Pretty Tom; H, B.
Robinson, br. .. Peck's Bad Boy; Gwon
Cusick.br. in., Mamie C; Simon Peaton,g, g.,
dray Muck; Terry Daly. b. g.; Dr. George.
Match Race Riley Edwards, s. g., Frank
B.i T. Langdon, b. b., Goodwin.
The business men of the city htve of
ferred sptcials most liberally and with
the regular nurses oflorod by the as-
Boetatlon a great timo ib anticipated.
Admission free.
ABOUT Y. M. C. A. ATHLETICS.
Wick Whito will hold down third base
boreal ter.
Tom Brooks is playing hall equal to his
brother at college.
The base hall team won tho Decoration
Day game at Waverly, N. Y. ; by a scoro
10 to 2.
John Jormyn. jr., will net as ono of tho
judges m tho Yonng Men's Christian asso
ciation sports.
The baso ball and athletic teams will
practice every evening next week at 0.tl0
at the base hall park.
Tho Wyoming Seminary will play the
Young Men's Cbrlstaln Association club
hero Saturday afternoon, June 0.
It is expected all athletic clubs, athletes
nnd base ball clubs will givo Mr. Sweeney
n recention la this city tho night before
the sports,
BusinoR mon are beginning to appre
ciate tho value of base ball ns nn exercise
and recreation, and a good many are prac
ticing With the boys.
Arrangements nre being made at Wilkes
Bin re, Carbondale and different colleges in
the state to run excursions hero the day
of the sports, June 28.
Complimentary tickets will bo issued to
nil members of the Camera club Jane 88,
for the purposo of getting photographs of
Mr. Sweeney in different positions in
jumping.
Professor V. B. Noble, director of physi
cal culture at tbe University of Pennsyl
vania is In tho city for tho summer and is
practicing in tho Young Meu' Christian
Association gymnasium,
Professor B. L. Chadwlck, of Philadel
phia, director of physical culture in tho
central branch Of the Young Moil's Christ
ian association will referee tho Young
Men's Christian nsseciatlou sports Juue23.
Tltr, lii.onn is tho source of health. Keep
It pure by taking flood's Barsaparilla,
which is peculiar to itself, and superior iu
Strength, economy and medicinal merit
Hood's Piu.s nre purely vegetable, care
fully prepared from tho best ingredients.
Twenly-nve cents.
.
"The Face of Rnsenfel" la one of the
most interesting and artistic narratives of
ciiine, mystery, occult mental powers,
love, intrigue and adventure that we have
ever read. Tin; Tribcni will print it in
serial chapters, beginning next Monday
morning. .
Cure for Headache,
As n remedy for all forms of Headache
Electric Bitters has proved to bo tho very
best. It effects a permanent cure nnd the
most drended habitual sick headaches
yield to its inlluence. We urge nil who nre
Sfflloted to procure a bottle and givo this
remedy a fair trial. In cases of habitual
COUStipatiOU Electric Bitters cures by giv
ing the needed tone to the bowels, and few
canes long resist the use of this medicine.
Try it once. Large bottles only Fifty cents
nt Matthews Urns', drug store.
Special Moticcs.
()
HEALB PoB i.uo.
l' Franklin avenne.
TJLABR BOOKS, PAMPHLETS. M.utA
.if sines, etc., bound or rebound at Tub
TRrBUNX otliee, Qoiek work. tteSSOnshle
prions.
"IF.AL TK Ki.TS CAN BU IIA1J AT Ml,
itl corner bprnee street mid Frnnklin ave
nue, Twenty meal ttokets for jxtvi. Good
table hoard.
Vicwrrs' Notice.
IN THE COUUT OFOOMMON PiTeas, Nl.
I 678, May term, Is'Jl.
In the matter of the petition of the city ot
Scranton lor tho apyplntmentof viewers to
asrerla'n tloeests, damages ntnl etenses,
and aissss the benents for the grading of Par
ker street.
Notice is hereby given to N. A. Coarsen,
Supposed to he tho owner of real estate frent-
Ingon Parker street In the city of Seranton,
non-resident of the dty, and notice Isbereby
given to all parties in interest that tle under
Stgnod viewers, duly appointed by the com t
in tho foresoiaa matter, have oreoared a
1 Beliediile, showing tho dninagOS. easts ami oX
1 pens'-Hnsci'rtai'ied and allowed, and the bene
ins saws i ior ine roreeomg improvement,
and that asid viewers will nwst snd exhibit
thosameattheonlooQf tho city Bnaineorni
the Municipal building on the eleventh day
oi June, A. I. ISt'l. at soven o'clock p. in., anil
will then and thereupon hear all deceptions
thereto nnd evidence thereon.
FUKU W. FLE1TZ,
B, C. NKWCO.MH,
SAM I' Kb HALllKMAN.
Viewers.
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Evening Triers Iflo, 2"c, tt.lr, , HOe.
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Bl !., Phils.
WANTED AN FNKltUETIC .MAN WITH
Vt abontSUO. cm got on agency which
will pay $25 a week and expentSS.
a. a. uAtifl kb, uonway ttoaae.
WANTED - (! OD WHEbLW itlliill.
VI Uilihool's Oarrlage works, corner Lack
awanna avsuue i nd Beventb atieet
Collections.
pOMEQYS, R, BARK EST, COLLECTS
" t. .it- hi. d lonks alter iii'ii'.'rti.'i mi ruin-
liiis'i'.ii. .-'cini iHo-tal curd. N-raiiton.
For Rent.
POR RENT FURNISHED BOUSE AND
V . n, ,!.. In ,.,.,,,,., f,. IT.,,,.,
large; rnnnlng a-m water; plenty of shade; i
bountiful lake fall oi train. Bsha few rods
from door. & per mouth. D, W. BROWN,
attorney. tfl. Kpntw sircot.
pOH It E N'T UOBT. WELL FURNISHED
X rooms; delightful location. OMWaabing-
ton avenue.
IVO LET FOR A TERM OF YEARS
1 T.irt or all of three hundred feet of yard
rmi along railroad Apply at CM Frnukliu
'PO RENT-STORE HkHO OR FURNISHED
1 hall on Green Iti'le strsst Very tle-iru-blo
location and on reaaonabls term.-. Apply
jo 1. E NETTLETON ur C S. WuoURUFF,
Hcpabllcnn bnlldlng.
lor Sale.
l.HJR SALE TIKIl.'Ot'OHLY Itl'il'l'Kli
I Photograpb Oalley. Will ssil at one-
half I ho value on aeei.uut of other bosinoss.
Apply to 1). R. BRAMAN, Forest City, Pn.
TTORBALB FARM 110 ACRES; 80ACRB8
1 Improved. Twp ko.1 bouses,rnnnlng ipring
water at both, three good barh,youngorbcara!
Located in Hilagoof Forest LasOtSttKquehaiina
county Onlyafsw rods to sonooi, oharch.
poatomce, etc. Htaultful lnko veil stocked
with came llsh. Terms oasy. tty lot). W.
BROWN, attorney. MM Spruce street.
t?OR SALE-AN ILEAL CliPNTRY HOME,
J. 7 acres I if land. Has lnr" house, nioiLrn
Improremcnts Easy dktanca from scran
ton. Also 7 d.flir hi" iinihlliiv lots in
country. V.Vf. BROWNTltt'y,
WH spruce street.
170R SALE OR BZOHANOB For scitAN
1 ton property A bearing orange rovo
Increasing in production and yalne yearly in
jhe oranjte section In Florida Addrss r, E.
NETTLETON, Lake Helsn, Florida
Ltsal.
TESTATE or Martha Taylor, lit. of tho
Xj Dormgh of Olyphant, Pa., decoesid.
Lotterso sdministration upon the abnve
named estate having boon granted to the
nadursignsd all peraons baying cla'ntiorde
msnds sgalost said estate wit present them
for I aymcnl uml those iniiibtrd theroti will
ph iihi iimk ' linmedtat i payment to
WlLLAKD, WARREN ft KNAPP,
Att.iru.vs for Bstato.
JOHN TAYLOR, Admr.,
Olyphant, p.
e;"."ss;
Great
Of the Pomphrey & Morton Stock Is
Great Slaughter ot Prices in all Departments. Millinery, Ladies'
Hats, Gents' Straw and Fur Hats, Clothing, etc.,
Almost Given Away.
Dress Goods, Silks, White Goods, Muslins, Curtains, Ladies' and
Gents' Underwear, Hosiery and Gloves, Corsets, Cloaks,
Suits and Capes, Children's Reefers,
Shirt Waists and Blouses.
At prices yon never heard of in your life. Corao early, before assortment is broken.
S,
GOOD KEWS
H0n HE ECO D IICILLy IICillED.
Those rc Ginghams we sold lust weektoo bad vc didn't havd more. Many worts disappointed,
liowever. We've ol another ease this week; had to pay mor3 for them, bat .they go at tho same price,
":;. a yard. You never bought any better goads at 12 l-2c.
At the same timo, wo offer 0 case of Johnson's Seer.?uekers. You know them as well as you know
Ulantic Muslins. They have also bien 12 1-2.1, now (-;. New stripes, new styles, new coiors.
Now, we want tp talk to you a moment on WOOL CHALLIE3, but only in this way, COME
ND SEE THEM. They come in White, Cream, Kern and Black grounds. The price is 15c. Styles
re fascinating; price abtmt half. Curativa Coap 16a a box, 3 cakes.
yiini 1 v a wmu
H LJ
irananassnaMB
r E U life, B I 3 ' I
4 jit ) V- ru4
vl't-'-l t . . ;
602 AND 604
Strayed,
OTKAYKI) FK03I rASTL'RE NKAK
O Miim.'h Taylor hospital, tworsar-old
blafar, black ami whito. pimt on aaoaldor.
nhits on uador partot body and on end ol
tail. Howard for return or infi rmatlon taat
will Bad her. JOHN A. HEARS,
Oi rn- r Washington ami Vinn.
tioardinr,.
QUIIMRB BOAhDING -FOUR RESPECT
D able porsoiM can And Urst class board
with Hinnli family In largo, airy nonse. li'it
uml sold laths. Ifree esrriags to depot and
church Thr quarters oi a mile tiom sta
tion. Healtny locality. Address boat S8,Clarka'
Summit.
Ordinance.
iy OTK'K THERE I.S PKNDINO IX SEL
1 eot Council of the City Of Seranton, Ph.,
an ordinance unuueo .n oroinance provio
in- f. r tho paving of Pine stieet Ir .in Wa-h-
Ington avenue to Clay avenue; providing for
thesettlttgor re-settin : of euro stons where
necessary on said street; directing manner of
assessing and colleoting costs of said improve
meats; providing msnner of paying contrac
tor and up; reprinting lands to defray the ex
pense of the same.
The following ie a oopy of tho petition for
said Improvement;
To the Honorable, the Select and Common
Councils of tho city of Seinuton:
The undersigned owners of property, alait
linn en Pino street, between Washington ave
nue and Clay avenue, respectfully petition
your boiioraulo bodies that -aid street be
tween ths points named maybe javed with
street asphalt pavement on a concrete base,
except tli." block between Jefferson and Madi
son avenues, which shall be paved with West
Hi nntoin stone blocks, or vitrified brick; that
the same be net with snrb stones so far us
nocessaryi that the cost of wid improvement
be assessed against abutting owni ra according
to tho feet front rule; that ssld assessment be
made payabi" in live equal annual install
ments; arid that th" portion of said street oo
copied by the tracks and ridings of the street
railway lie deducted from i aid nsses-mcnts
Sgatnst abutting owners and collected from
said street railway company, and your peti
tioners will over pray, etc.
E. L. Fuller 160 feet
A, E. Hunt MO feet
E. K. Sancton HO feel
Adain Thompson mi feet
(). p. Weeks itu feat
All Soul- fjnlverssllsl Church, byM, J,
Wilson, Pres. ex-Board BO feet
Franc T. Vail Illfeet
E. O. Courses so feet
Att'y Miller, by J. S. Miller 17' feet
Lntnnr Koller to feot
A. K. Adams i feet
3, it. Corcoran 75 feet
Ellsabi ih Walah 7,'ifuet
a E Brock, by Cnsrlss Da Pont Breok
in rest
Frederick Council 78 feet
I'ilen .Tines, per E. H.Jones Ml feet
Sarah tiriltin. . .' til) feel
Jones Pros :ii so. t
Henry Frev lit feet
.lames W. unornsey UB fast
Uho ostnte of lra Tripp, dsceasod, by
Ezra II. Ripple, Everett. Warren,
trustses
A. n. warman Bl test
Samuel RooS
W. II. Stallion IB fee!
The forego ng Is publlsnsd in pursuance of
prove ions of resolution ot I it y Councils
Approved May "i' lW.
M. T. LAVF.LLE.
city Clerk,
Bcranton, Pa.
mm x
, FOSTEB GO
Bankrupt Sale
FOSTER &
COME EARLY, THOUGH, THEY MAY
I PC 209
p
CttifciSS-tN-9
LACKAWANNA AVE..
mam
1
ml
Sec our FIFTEEN DOLLAR Solid
Oak Bedroom Set?
Wo sell Furniture as cheap as
any house In tho country that in
tends to givo honest valuo for tho
money. Try us.
Hull & So
SOtlWAY IRON
BLACK DIAMOND
SILVBR
EXTRA SPFCIAIj
SANDERSON'S ENGLISH
JBSSOP'S BNGLISB
CAST STEEL
HOUSIi SHOES
TOR CALK
TIttH
MACHINERY
SPRING
SOI T STEKL
ANVILS
BELLOWS
HORSE NAILS
WILEY & RUSSELL AND WELLS PROS.
CUTTING MACHINERY.
Oitlsnbender &Co.,Scranton,
Yholosale and retail dealers' in Wauonraukera' and Blacksmiths'
SUPPLIES.
Hotel Waverly
Enropenn rian. Ftrst-OlaM liar sttsetMA.
Dl pot for Leruner A Kngel's 'IMtinb.cu-.'
lieer.
I Ei Cot t5t End Filbert Sts., Mih
Jlest desirulda fer rssidsnis cf K.L. Tonn
lylVsnla. All sosvenlences ior travslars
to Mid from Broad Street rtatleu and thu
Svrsuth and Market Htrct itatiou. 1).
liral'lo for viMtliiit Borantonlans auJ iio
lit-in tho Anthracite lioiiou.
T. J. VICTORY,
PROPRIETOR
Now Going On.
NOT LAST,
WASHINGTON AVE.
Opp. Courb Housa.
Cribs, Cradles,
Child's Beds,
Brass and Iron Beds,
Spring Mattresses.
FURNITURE '
UPHOLSTERED.
Q CO.
COR. ADAMS.
VYOMiHG im
WAGON WHEELS
AXLES
SPRINGS
ii ; r.s
Sl'OKES
RIMS
STEEL SKEINS
R. R, SPIKES ,
SCREW
WHY
CERTAINLY
we: do it
Wo dell Watches. Diamonds. Jewelry, Sil
verware, etc, at wholesale prloss. Ren on
We fany from tho manufacturers for cash aid
sell to (hs retail trade on tho sans terms and
no other.
SPECIMEN VALUES.
$10.00
$10.00
$12.00
$2.50
$1.25
$2.50
$1.00
List,
Triple Plat" Tea Services
Ladks- Gold Killed Watch, with
line Ifilgin or Walthattl move
mellt Qenta' Pine Geld Killed Watch,
With Elgin, Waltln.ni or Bam
den movement
S-Dny Ulocks, half hour strikes
Standard movement an i liand
Remi. crises
Roir n' Plated Tea S ions p r
set ...
Itnitrrs' Plat.id Tahlo Spiwus per
sot
Genuine Diamonds in prettv sit-
t n; for
Get Our Oetzilcd Price
FREEMAN,
Dealer in Diamond. Watches
Jewelry, Eio.
Cor.Fonii kit and prnc3 St.
Scientific Eye Testing Free
By Dr. Shimberg,
The Specialist on tbo Eye. UeadHOhoi tint.
'NervousneHa relloveii. Latent and Improved
Btyle of Kyo Glasjrs and Spectaclon at the
iUwe3t Prices. Uoat Artidoial Eyoj iueerted
for 85.
SOS SPRUCE ST.. op. Old Post OfTica.
t Handsome Complexion
b one of the Haatast charms a Woman can I
Ipo'.'scss I'ozeoni's Complexion PowdbisI
give it.
4-; j- ls