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TJIJ5 SCR ANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY MO KNI NO. JUNE 4, 1594.
Pain Again Prevents Us From Advancing a
WE ARE STILL IN SIXTH PLACE
Scranton Has Not Materially Changed
Its Position in the State League
Championship, Although Winning
Every Game It Played Last Week.
Games Played Saturday Crisp
Base Ball News Of Interest to
Cyclers News of All Sorts of
Sports in a Nutshell.
1TH the score stand-
log !1 to 1 in Scran
ton's fnvor, thy ruin
uVscemlud iu tor
rents on Salr.nUy
afternoon, tliun lo
spoiling our chan
ces, for the present
Ht leiiHt, of advan
cing to fourth placa
the buto learns
The only iMgtM
L'ttrna played was
that between Keadinif and Allontowa,
in which the formur quite readily won
owinu to the ineffectiveness of Allon
totvn's pitciier. This victory places
Reading in fourth petition with a lead
of twenty-thrcH points over Scranton,
which it ten point:) behind Altooun.
Dick Ptielan played for the first time
on the Scranton team on Satnrday.and
lirnuuratcd hid dehuto by making a
rattling 8-bSM hit to left. He held
down that DMT in Alussey'a stead, who
is still to fieri ag with lunaeue aud
noreneia of muscles, owing to t!ie
miserable condition of tho wmther for
th past two weeks.
Weather permitting, thero will be a
game this afternoon, at Base Ball park
between Harrinbur, the leaders In the
Leasoe race, and Scrunton, and a
spiritsd and interesting content will no
doubt be the result, as the home team
ii determined not to allow itNolf to suf
fer itself to be vanquished in the lame
manner as they were while on their
circuit two weeks ago.
The following table givee the par
ceiitiiKes of theclnhi, together with the
number of games won aud lost by eaeh,
and their respective standing iu the
Harrisbnrs ID 4
BGHBDULH FOR TODAY.
Burriabnrg at Scmuton.
Altoona at Haileton.
Pottevllle at Alleutown.
BALL BALL GAMES SATURDAY.
Heading, 17, Alleutown, .
Boston, 11; Cleveland, 10.
Philadelphia, 11: Louisville, 0.
Chicago, 0; Brooklyn. 1.
New Vork, 2; St. Louis 2. (Rain)
Ji'iltimore, 13; Cincinnati, 0.
Washington, II; Pittlbnrg, (.
Springfield, 5; Providence, 4.
GLINTS FROM THE DIAMOND.
"A .'our-bnso hit!"
With speed intense
The hall hath hit
Betide tho fence.
He runs! He flio?
Until be reel-.!
Tlio blenclions' cries
Inspire his heels.
Th" winning run
The rnc must be!
Then ho liath won
A roth I A slide I
A deafening shout
Tin- umpire eriad :
"The player's out 1"
Kim Wise Is the most uncertain batter
on Belly's team.
It is probable that Kid Baldwin, catcher,
will ha released by Hurri.burjj.
Seven ilnglei and a double were made in
oik! inning off Menafee Friday by Phila
delphia. Roger Connor has signed with St. Louis
to play li rut b:ise. Miller will go bacn to
Little Sweeney, of Alleutown, in tho
opitii'Hi of ninny, li tho best shortstop in
tho Blate len;uo.
King Kelly, when not playing ball,
Whiles away his time teasing the animals
iu tho Bltteravlllfl "Zoo."
Manager Huston, of tho Harrisburg
c'nh, has signed Wente, the catcher of the
Button club, wliich disbanded.
Van Zahdt, of the Staton Ibinfl club,
will probably be Bignel by Now York to
take Tltrnau'l iiluco in right field.
Pitcher BbarroU, released by Syracuse
almost without a trial, hai offered his ser vices
to Spriugfleld aud Providence
The Troy management has traded Short
top Phillips for Catcher Dowse, origin
ally of Buffalo, but roojntly of liiufjhaui
tou. Kansas ( ity has a playing captain, man
Rger, owner and president of tho club iu
the person of Second Baseman Manning,
the ex-league player.
Tho Altoona Mirror nays Alesanker Don
otrhiio is tho most valuable player in the
State league. 'Puis will b? news to several
ol her players we could name.
The great uncertainty of life
Which overshadows all
Becomes the most emphatic when
Our favorites play ball.
Tho Scrapper biso ball club will chal
lenge any club under 20 years of age and
would like to hear from tho James boys or
the Fairmounts. Answor through Tun
VIC MOV IV IK ItlTIRM ll.
The woman who is tired, ami has heavy,
dnigshig-down sensations, pain in the back,
anil headache, should take warning in time.
Dr, Pierce's favorite Presnription is tho best
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tive remedy for all irregularities, weak
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Falling of the Womb,
Leucorrina and Uter
IMIss Maooie Cnow
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Y., says: " I feel ns If
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life since tuklng tho
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that others will find the
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THE l'L'AN OF SKI.MNO MEDICINES
U I'liCULlAU TO ,
Ti.ihfne. James Eelley, manager; Tom
niie Van Valln, captain.
With otioligies to Puck: Westsidn Your
wife has boeu dead ouly six weoks, aud
jet you want to go to tho gall game?
Pan pack -But It is only to see tho Scran
The Providence toam, of the Eastern
league, has just made a great jump. From
the tnileud to third position iu four days
is n record. Seven straight games is what
did it, and all away from home.
President Draper of Providonce has ob
tained from President Maloney of the Troy
club a relinquishment of Troy's claim ou
Pitcher Duvlin, and efforts will at once be
lnade to land Devlin with tho team.
As illustrating the uncertaiuties of baso
ball it is noted that Easton defeats Har
risburg in two consecutive games; Harris
burg dofeats Allentown, and then 411ou
lown proceeds aud downs Easton twice.
Tho public supports base ball clubs.
Tho daily papors are sought after by the
puDllc. Without either there would be no
base ball, aud when thero is a game it
should be advertised. Business is busi
ness. Bethlehem Times.
John Morrill, tho old Boston first baso
man, is critically ill at his homo in Dor
chester with appendicitis. Hn was taken
sick Friday morning, aud the doctors will
perform bn oporaaion as soon us they
think ho will he able to stand it.
President E. K. Meyers, of the State
Hsso Ball league, has called n meeting of
tho league In the City hotel, Lauca6ter, on
Monday evening. There are four appli
cants for the Easlou place: Shenandoah,
Lancaster. Pittston and Williamsport, but
it is not at all certain that either will ho
chosen. It is probable that a six flub
league will bo decided upon, In which case
Altoona will be dropped, owing to the long
jump to reach that city .Philadelphia
"Snapper" Lang, short Btop for the
Binghaiutou Eastern League leapi aud a
well known ball player in all sections of
tho country, was released by Manager
Doescher Friday for reasons apparent only
to Manager Dooacbor. There is consider
able talk on tho part of tho local enthus
iasts over Doescher's course. Jerry Long,
Tommy Dowse and Lang have been re
leased by Mm in spite of the fact that In
tho opinion of the base bull crowd they
were playing good ball. Dowse was
signed by Troy on tho day of his release,
nnd is now playuig third baso for the
team. Now York Sun.
A dispatch from Pottsville say3: The
Pottsville baso Lall club is in a letter
financial condition perhaps than any other
team in the state league, despite the fact
it has boon unable to pluy nine of tho
games scheduled to he played hero during
the past few weeks. The treasury Is yet
fat. The players were paid their full
month's salaries today. The talk to the
effect that Shenandoah is about to enter
the league, atd succeed Pottsville is idle,
Pottsville is in t he loaguo to stay, .Man
ager Smith hBS taken advautage of the
abandonment of tho Eastou toam aud has
strengthened his club by securing somo of
thoir players. Pitchers Hughes and Wil
son aud Shortstop Ellis were signed yes
terday, and today First Baseman Fuller
Tho old and young members of the West
Side Social club played a game of ball
Saturday morning, which was won by the
seniors by a score of S to St. Tho victori
ous team was made up as follows: John
Coyne, p.; Joseph Donnelly, c-; Jo;eph
Taylor, lb.; M. T. Hawley, 2d b.; P.P.
Uriflln, ;id b.: John Durkin, as.; T. J.
Jennings, 2c; John Urifliu, If.; Thomas
Murphy, cf.; John P. Mahon, rf. The
vanquished team was: A. Lunnv, 0.1 M.
McCuun, p.; 11 J, McAndrow, lb.! Wil
liam, Gtterre 11, 2D.; George Luniiy. 3b;
Morris E.nbrcy, ss ; T. GriMn, 2 c. ; Rich
ard Jennings, If.; T. Burnett, cf.: James
Bagan, i f. The contest was exciting and
was marked by tho brilliant battery work
of Coyne and Donnelly. It wns umpired
by Centerflelder Hognu of tho Scrautou
FLASHES FROM THE FOOTLIGHTS.
James B . Mackie has a now play called
"The Side Show."
Lilian Lewis is preparing to present "An
thony and Cleopatra" on au elaborate
Manager Jacob Ltt has instructed
Charles T. Duzey to w rite a socioty diama
Harry Dixey will, it is likely, play in B
E. Kice't: now burlesijue, "Morocco Bouud,"
John L. Suilivan is to have n three-act
play called "The Truo American," written
by E. E. Price.
The (lormaus, of minstrel fame, will
next scnsoii play a musical comedy, "Tho
Elwyn A. Barron, of the Chicago Inter
Ocean, has written a play of America dur ing
"Coon Hollow," 0. E. Callahan's new
play produced for two weeks in Chicago, is
aid to b j an undoubted success.
Marie Wninwrighfas tour will begin
Sept. l.r, nnd she will plav "An Unequal
Match." ' Tho Jealous Wifa" aud "The
ESila Proctor Otis and Beverly Sit
greavee will bo members of Burr Mcin
tosh's stock company this summer at Cum
berland (lap. Ten ii.
E. ii. Willard keeps a black list of thea
ters iu .which ho plays whosu dressing
rooms arc bad, aud never books iu these
houses a second time,
Frank I'erley, who was Modjeska's man
ager last season, was married recently to
Margaret Lo Mar, formerly with Hallon
and Hart in "The Idea."
The rights to Iladdon Chambers' play,
"Tho Idler," have beou secured by Joseph
P. Ueynolds, who inteods to organizo n
company to play it noxt season.
Munngor Whitney has engaged nelen
Bertram as prima donna for DeKovon &
Smith's ' U )h Boy," which will bo brought
out at tho beginning of uext season.
Modjesku now announces that sho has
not innde her last appearance in this coun
try. Sho expects to spend tho summer in
California, aud will yot play one or more
Now York critics havo set tho seal of
their disapproval upon "Lady Uladys,"
the play by Bobert Buchanan, produced
last week ia New York by Minnie Salig-man-Cutting.
Tho theatrical profession camo to th6
front in subscriptions for tho relief of the
fiioinen who wire killed in tho recent
theater lire iu Milwaukee." Thoy sub
Tho members of the Francis Wllaon
Opera company presented their treasurer,
C. N. Itichards, with a handsome diumoud
locket, chain aud ' peucil at tho close of
their season recently in boston.
New York will havo fewer places of
amusement open this summer than ever
before. The music halls and eontinitous
performance UouseB will hid for patronago
and offer cooliug drinks as an inducement,
but nearly all tho regulur theaters will
close their doors soon.
E. E. BIOS has again climbed to tbnt
dizzy height which he ooenpied years ngo
in thu managerial world. During the past
season he has given employment to 22M
actors, sinsjerB and dnncers, and the salary
sheets of his companies, "1492," "Dixey
aud Venus," amounted to tl,50 per weak.
The EAitMEU symptoms of dyspepsia,
such as distress after oating, hoartbnrn
and occasional headaches, t hould not be
neglected. Take Hood's Sarsaparilla if
you wish to ba cured.
Hood's piu.s cure all liver ills, bilious
ness, jaundice, indigestion, Blck heud
ache. t -
Two Lives Saved.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City,
III., was told by her doctors she had Con
sumption and that there was no hope for
her, but two bottles Dr. King's New Dis
covery completely cured her and she says
it saved her life. Mr. Thos. Eggers, 139
Floridu St., San Francisco, sufferod from a
dreadful cold, approaching Consumption,
tried without result everything else then
oonglit one bottle of Dr. King's New Dis
covery and iu two weeks wsb cured. Ho
is naturally thankful. It is such results
of which these are examples, that prove
the wonderful efficacy of this medicine in
Coughs and (Colds. Free triall hottles at
Matthows Bros,, Drug storo. Regular size
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GOSSIP FOR THE WHEELMEN.
With burnlshod wheel and nerves of steel,
The racers glido along;
With hoarts as light us doves iu flight
And voices tuned to soug.
"Turn, turn my wheel, tho while we sloal
Past meadows pink with clover:
But while you turn this lesson learn,
You muBt not turn mo over.
Zimmerman Is leaving tho Buffalo track
for the Seine, "because," says an exchange,
"there is not enough wind in Buffalo, and
he wauts to train so that ho may bo sble to
overcome all difficulties in rnccs propor.'
The Pope compauy, of Boston, will run
a Columbia special to Denver during the
National bicycle meet. It will run from
Boston to Now York, thenco to Chicago,
stopping at all the principal points until
Denver, the destination, is reached.
George Barrett, of Chicago, did not win
the tlmo piizn in the Chicago rare after
alL Tho reports sent out by the different
press associations wero tampered with
and the wrong uamec given. The tie for
that prize was between O. II. Peck and
W. Balubride, both gontlomen making tho
distance in 54.3(1.
The great tri-stato (New York, Pennsyl
vania nnd New Jersey) relay bicycle raco
of ISO miles between New York and Phila
delphia was run on Saturday under thn
management of the Atnlanta Bicycle club,
Ol Newark. Tho cyclers left Printing
House Square, New York, at 8 a. in.,
crossed to Jersey City, thence rode to Har
rison, Newark, Passaic, Paterson, Morris
town, Elizabeth, Trenton, Princeton, Bris
tol, and to tho corner of Nicetown lano
and Broad street, Philadelphia.
NEWS OF GENERAL SPORTS.
Very fow catches of black baaB have
been reported us yet. The streams nre
Arraugomnnts have been made for n 200
mile cowboy race at Chadrou, Neb., Juuo
0, 7 and 8.
The spring trotting mooting of the
Binghnmton Driving Park association will
be held at that place on June 12, 18, 14 and
15. The program contains some lino
George Chisnell, of Moren, is to run a
road raco of ten miles with P. J. Bovle, of
Hazleton, June 4, on the road from Hazlo
ton to Upper Lehigh. The match is for
1150 a side.
Harry Ktmmel, of Montnna, is desirous
of engaging iu a pigeon shooting match
with John Lnvelle, of Oirnrdville, and will
give him one dead bird out of twelve for
150 or $100 n side. Match to be shot at
"Joe" Oboyinikl has finally succeeded in
securing n match with "Bob" Pitzsitn
nioiis. Parson Davies, his mauager, has
arranged a six round contest to take plnco
iu Boston June 18. "Joe" Choyinski will
probably enter tho rinif at 1(18 pounds.
The Olympic club will not increase their
purso of 81,000 and $75 for a battlo be
tween Billy I'llinmer and Charley Kelly.
If Pllmmor does not accept the offer will
bold good for a meeting betweon James
Titrney, tho English boxer, and Kelly.
Tho Middle States ltegatta association
will hold ils annual legatta on the Passaic
river on July 14. Walter Simpson, presi
dent of the New England Amateur associa
tion, has been docided upon as referee, and
James It. Doyle, of the Crescent Boat club,
will act as timer.
In Lawloy's basin, in Boston, three of
tho best yachts that have held Amorica's
oud in the international races lay side by
side. They uro thn puritan nnd Volunteer,
who wore successful iu theirattempts, and
the Jubilee, who, although beateu, made a
bold hid for the honor.
Arrangements have boon completed for
a match raco between Mascot, 2.01, aud
Baladin, 2.05, for (a purso of ?2,0OO and an
additional purse of $500 if tho record is
broken. The race will occur uext Thurs
day at Belmont park. Saladin has fre
quently been seen on the Providence track,
aud is u prime favorite iu this city.
Pat Baedy, who claims to bo the cham
pion middle-weight pugilist of tho south,
wants to light Dick Mooro.of Minneapolis,
or Paddy CummlngS, of Maine, for $1,000 a
side and the largest purse the Olympic
club, of New Oreleans, will offer, at any
time Irom four to six weeks from siguing
Petor Jaekson, in a letter to the Police
Gazette Irom bau Fraucisico, says: "Pleaso
cable tho National Sporting club that I
accept their offer of 3,000, and ask them
to cable upon what date they want the
contest, so that I cau notify Charles E.
Davies, my manager, aud mnko arrange
ments to settlo the matter iu short order."
William Steinitz, ex-chess champion of
tho world, has challenged Emanuel Las
ker, tho present champion, for another
match. Ho stipulates that the conditions
iu the main bo similar to those which regu
lated their recent encounter, with the pro
viso that the uew contest shall comtneuce
no later than tho early part of Decembor
Latest reports state that Jim Corbett
has declined the offer of tho National
reporting club, of Euglaud, and that tho
fight With Peter Jackson will be held iu
America. Guorgo Weity, of New York,
has received a telegram from Corbett to
this effect, and that ho had decided to ac
cept (he $35,000 purse offered by the Jack
sonville Athletic club, of Florida.
The Eoudon Pall Mall Gazette prints an
Interview with tho Canadian oarsmen,
John J. Byan and Joseph Wright, who are
entered iu Henley regatta, to be contested
iu July. Both express their admiratiou of
the skill of the Euglish women iu sculling,
but coming to tho question of high cluss
rowing, they are agreed in their opinion
that the Canadian professional oarsmen
uro far superior to tho English.
J. A. Hnrtwell, captain of tho Yale
crew of 1WI2, has arrived at New Huveu
and will coach the candidates for tho 'var
sity boat most of the time until nfter thn
Yule-Harvard raco at New London. S. li.
Ives, captain of last year's crew, and
Percy Bolton, '80, are also coaching tho
Yalo candidates at present. The coacUers
havo been giving their attention to picking
a couplo of oarsmen from the freshman
boat for the 'varsity, in case tho weakness
of No. 4 is not remedied, but have not
found tho desirable muterial as yet. The
crew will leave for New London next .Sat
urday and occupy their old quarters at
Gales' Furry. The date of the Harvard
f'varsity race has boeu changed from Fri-
uay, o uno .i, to inursday, Juno 28. Tho
race Will bo hold In tho afternoon. The
Harvard crow will leave Cambridgo ou
Juno 9 for Now Loudon.
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Some remarkable cures of desfness are
recorded of Dr. Thomas' Eleclrio Oil.
Never falls to cure earache.
rpO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN -AM,
J persona are warned that II. L. Morgan.
Who lias linen Holllng lots on what is eom
monly called "The Kwetland Eetatu" in Hyde
Pars, has boon relieved of any and all author
ity tosetas seltns agent from May 81 vnt,
From that, date all persons are notified to do
no Imsiuuss with him on our aeeount.
ROBERT T. PETTEBONE,
For the Ownera,
BLANK BOOKH, PAMl'HLETH, MAO A
Bluos, etc., hound or robounu at Tim
TimuiNE ofiloo. Quick work. Reasonable
MEAl, Tl KKTH CAN BE HAD AT HI,
owner BpfUoe street and Franklin ave
nue. Twenty meal tickets for x si. Oeod
INSTATE OF THOMAS MULLEN, LATE
1 J of tho city of Hcranton, county of I .aek.i
wanna, Htatu of Pennsyluaula, deceased.
Letters testamentary upon tlie above named
estate having been granted to the undersigned,
all persons having claims or demands airnlnst
the said estate will present them for finyment
and those indebted thereto shall pleSso make
immediate payment to
THOK. J. MULLEN, Executor,
Jehslts & Hamu, Attorneys
Tanfs of all kinds cost that much, ea
upt Situations Vanted,which are fliserf
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man of business 'ability who has had lont
business experience, desires a position as rot
lector or salo-niau for wholesale (inn or siles
man In Nti r-of any kind. lotbiug preferred.
I ia i an excellent reputation and can command
a larue trade and roroisb best referoaee Ac
dress R. V.. Truth Oman.
SITUATION WANTED AS JANITOR OK
0 (,'arduer, or to take care Ol OffloS, or
grounds and residence; sued So years; can
make himself useful at most anything; am
temperate, Steady audita At character; fair
education; work at once; a positive need. Ad
dress E. L., Tribui Illco.
BAKER WANTS SITUATION; COUNTRY
preferred. Address Harry Wilson, Tay
lor, LftcKawitnna county. Pa.
POSITION WAN li. I) BY A YQUNO HAM
J 'At years of age; a Btl Ipper and booking in
cigar factory, or any work. Addresa B. U.,
LMJY Hi YEARS OP A i IE, I IN E YEAH EX
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O aged nan. With fair idueatlen; w. uld
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Address. K. L. UARLICK.
J? fpi lug court,
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WANTED TO BUY COMMON PIUEONS;
will oivs B5 cents a pair. Call at room
2, Pries Building, IM Washington avenue, or
address letters to Post Ottlco Box 301, Scran
t' n, Pa.
SALESMEN WANTED TO HELL OUR
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or firm; liberal salary and expenses paid; po
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' V insurance experience as solicitor in
Lackawanna county; good inducements to
right, man. Addro.u 11-51 Beta building,
WAN TED-AN ENEROET1C MAN WITH
about Slat). Can get an agency which
will pay $'Jj a week and expenses.
A. A. BARNES, Conway House.
WANTED OOOD WHEHLWHIQHT.
Uildiool's Carriage works, corner Lack
awanna avenue Mid Seventh stieet.
10MEOY8, B. EARNEST, COLLECTS
Vv rents and ln"ks after properties on com
miSSjOB, Send postal card. Scranton.
Moses Taylnr hospital, two-year-old
hiefer, black and white, spot on BUOUlder,
white on under part of body and 00 end 01
tslL Reward for return or information that
will find her. JOHN A. MEARB,
C rner Washington and Vin
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with small family In large, airy house. Hot
and cold laths. Free carriage to depot nnd
church Three-quarters of a mile fiom sta
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A PRETTY JAPANESE (HRL, ACE 21,
i V witli an Income of $:iim per month, wants
to marry a white man. Send stamn for de
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Improvements Easy dlltanee from Scran
ton. Also 7 d' Bir bl. ouilding lots in
country. D. W. BROWN, AtPy,
808 Spruce street.
If OR SALE OK EXCHANGE FOR SCRAK
1 ton property A bearing orange grove
increasing In production and value yearly iu
the nranen section In Florida. Addres V IL
NETTLETON, Lake Holon, Florida
Of the Pomphrey & Morton Stock Is Now Going On,
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 you never heard of in yonr life. Come early, before assortment is broken.
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COME EARLY, THOUGH, THEY MAY NOT LAST.
Those 5c. Ginghams wo sold last woek-too bad we didu'b have more. Mauy were disappointed,
however. We've got auother case this week; had to pay more for them, but they g0 at tho same price,
5c. a yard. You never bought anv bettor irojds at 12 l-'Jhi
At the same time, wo oiler a case of Johnson's Seersuckers. You know them as well as you know
Atlantic Muslins. They have also been 12 l-2d, now 00. New stripes, now styles, new colors.
Now, we want to talk to yon a moment on WOOL CH ALLIES, but only in this way, COME
AND SEE THEM, They come in White, Cream, Ecru and Black grounds. The prico is 15c. Styles
are fascinating; price about half. Curativs Soap 16c a box, 3 cakes.
N. A. HULBERT'S
City Musio Store,
- Vi k UMlN U AVE..
DKCKKU BROTHERS m
KKAAHIH tt UAVIk
r n )r.m tookof Orst-etui
UrSICAIi Bl I'.KCIIAN IMSli
UU81G, KXOL ETC
Maloney Oil and Manufac
Have removed their office to their
141, 143,145,147, 149, 151
TELEPHONE NUMBER, 8083.
O OOF tlnnlnff am noldprlnjr nil flono awoy
With l.y thn UHOot IIAHTMAN'S I AT
ENT I'AINT, which OOMlltl of Ingredl nta
Wi'll-known to nil. It oim bo applied to tin,
oalT.tnlztMl tin, sheet iron roofs, also to lrick
nwt,Uinirrt. wiliph will nr.,VAiit il,ulf,,l
crumbirnir, oraoking or hronkinit of the ;
brick. It will outlast tinuinir ol any kind by
mnny yers,nnd it's cost los not oxcoed ono- I
fifth that of tho cost of tlnnlnir. I sold by 1
the job or pound. Contract taken by
A MO MO UAHIHAKN, W7 Uiich St
FOSTER & CO.
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SCRANTON BEDDING CO.
602 AND 604 LACKAWANNA AVE.. COR. ADAMS.
See onr FIFTEEN DOLLAR Solid
Oak Bedroom Set!
We sell Furniture as cheap as
any house in tho country that in
tends to give honest value for tho
money. Try us.
205 MD 201
IROM and STEEL
WILEY & RUSSELL AND WELLS BROS.
Bittenbonder & Co.. S
Wholesale and retail dealers' in
European Plan. First-elasa riar attsehel.
!' i.t lor Burguer A Eagol'i Tmmh oue.-r
IE Cor, M end FilbtSti, Mik
Most dcsirnliln for resident of N.B, Penn;
rylrsnia. All conveniences for traveleri
to and from Drnad Street station ud the
Twelfth nud Market Stront station. D
flrnlile for visltlnir Morantouiana and pe
Mo in tho AnthracttA Kegloa.
T. J. VICTORY.
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0pp. Court House.
Brass and Iron Beds,
R. It. SPIKES
Wagonmakers' and Blacksmiths'
WE DO IT.
We sell Watches. Diamonds, Jewelry, Sil
verware, eta, at wholesalo prices, Reason
W buy from the manufacturers for cash nnd
sell to tho retail trade on tho camo terms and
Triple Plate Tea Services $10. 00
Ladies' Gold Filled Watch, with
OneKlginor Wnltham move- JQ QQ
Qenti' Fine (Void Fiiied wiitch,
with El(in, Waltham or Ham- (fcl O AA
den movement ip.VV
8-Day t'locks. half hour strikes
Standard movement and hand- CO EA
Hag ib' Plated Tea Bp JOBS pel 25
B Offers' Plated Tablo Spoons per 2 5Q,
Genuine Diamonds in pretty sit- J QQ
Get Our Detailed Price List.
Dealer In Diamonds, Watches,
Cor.Penn lit, and fprnco St.
By Dr. Shimberg,
The Specialist on tlie Eyo. Hoadaohes nl
Nervousness relievo J. Latest and Improved
Style of Kye O Isaacs and tipectaclea at the
Lowest Prices. Best ArUtlciai Eyej inserted
BOS SPRUCE ST., op. Old Post Office.
For purity, and for improvement of the com
plexion, nothing equals Pozzoifi's Powder.
Eye Testing Free