The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, June 06, 1894, Page 2, Image 2
TITE SC"R ANTON TBIBUNE -WEDNESDAY MORNING. JUNE (5, 1894. ASE BALL Scranton Gives Harr'oburg a Dose of Its Own Medicine, ."PROGEL IS PIE FOR SCRANTON Twelve Hits with a Total of Twenty three Bases the Story of Harris burg's Defeat Allentown and Ha zleton the Other State League Winners Yesterday - National and Eastern League Results All Man ner of Sports Entertainingly Chron icled. .. CRANTON, by its nTTrKCai. victory oTer Hnr-L-i-JiLt rislur: yesterday, lMw IDOVM tip into fifth pl'a ,ne State t0 tongue cbnuipion- V V Jym( "b'p race. Allen ' ' i; town took another VSfVX game from Potte j i ville, thereby les stning the distance between itself find iliirrisbnrg, tlio loaders in the race, while Htizloton took Altoonn into ;atnp. The. following table gives the per centiles of the clubs, together with the number of -games won and lost by piich, and their standing in the eham pionshin race: Won. Lost. Per C't. nnrrmburg no 5 .800 Allentown 17 10 .flUI Raaleton u 10 .888 Beading 11 18 .4fs Boruton n M .440 iUtooim 10 14 .417 Pottftvillo (1 14 .1100 Enston 0 14 .300 scnKDui.E fob tokay. Kerantou at Allentown. Harrisbur' at Beading. Altoonn nt Pottsville. HAD OUR REVENGE ON HARRIS BU RG. The Senators Had n Narrow Eicape from Peine Phut Out. The insnlt offered to Scranton by Harrisbnrg on Monday was wiped ont yesterday with interest. "Our Pets" redeemed their slip shod work of Mon day by an exhibition of brilliant ball playing that mid defeat imno.if.ibIe. Aud then FUntgnftQ was in bll best form yesterday and the llarrisburg lieavy bittern ioull do nothing with Ids delivery. Every now and then a visitor's bat wonld come in contact with one of Thomas' choice curves and i.fter a short excursion into the field Ihe ball would settle gracefully into the hands of Mr. Hogan or Mr. Stnltz and Mr. Higgins, or bis handsome col leagues in tlie outfield. Or perchance, the ball would skip und cavort ov r the inti'ld until it met an obstacle in be shnpe of a person disguised in a fierce inoustafhe snd a still moro awe inspiring sweater. That waa Captain Phelan, and if the ball was unfortn mite enough to go his way the sturdy ; onth who propelled it would turn Badly and thoughtfully back to the players bench. No kinder fate awiited him if be int the ball into Sloppy Weather Wtatlake or Shorty WetZSl'l territory. Will.LlANT DOUBLI PLAT, It was the fourth i n n i n ir when the visitors secured thsir first bit. Cap tain Sales was n'spousible for it. Hnra 1 nra the next batsman fent a line drive io WeHtlnk who passed it to Phelan nutting Sales out at second. The ball -.vas passed along to first by Phelan on its million of mercey and Hamburg '.vas put out by Massey and the double piny completed. In the eighth with one man ont, Sprogia made a double, Mcljnaide fol lowing it up with a single, on which I progle scored. That was the only run nude by the visitors. In the ninth Egau secured a base hit, but it was of no henefit to bis club. ' Our pets" began the run getting in the second inning. Massey led off '.villi n single, Westlakn followed with mother, the players advancing a bnse 'vhen Uiggins was sent to first on four bad balls. Flanaghan struck ont, Mas tey scoring on the third strike, which pissed Catobar Smink Hogan was ) it by a pitched ball and Wet Be) csin-3 to the rescne with a three huge hit, Westlake and Hlggina rcoring and Hotran being put out nt Hie .plate. A b:ise bit by Rogers brought Wetzel home and on Stalts'l tingle Rogers scored. Another run was jamb in the fourth on a hit bv ITaua than, wild pitch and 2-bnse drive ty Rogers. IBRKB in Tilt; sixth. The sixth inning ws punctuated by r. borne run by Btalts, which tnablad Htgan and Wetzel to cross the marble Another home run bit by Hogan in the ninth added three additional runs to the total. Detail score of the game SCRANTON. h. II. ro. A. v.. iiegan, c. i a i 4 o 0 Wetzel, s- i! 1 2 1 0 Rogers, c 13 3 10 Malts, L f 1 a S n 1 Phelan, M 0 9 ;t 3 i Maasey, lb .. 1 l 7 n i Wesllake, 3b a a a a o Uiggins, r. f 1 u n (j 0 Planaghan, p 3 1 1 1 o Total 13 13 37 8 3 UAKRISIIURU. 11- B. I'll. A. K. dcQuado, If 0 1 4 0 1 Huston, ab 0 0 3 3 () Wright.cf 0 0 4 3 0 Bales, 3b o l 7 a , Hamburg, lb 0 0 4 0 0 Kagen, rf 0 1 0 0 0 .'mink, c 0 0 n 0 1 Moss, se 0 0 0 4 0 Sprugel, p .. 1 1 0 3 0 Total 1 4 27 13 3 heruntou 0 5 0 1 0 3 0 0 S la llarrisburg. ..0 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 Karncrt runs Scranton, Bfj llarrisburg, 1. Two baso hits Rogers a, Wetzel' iVpropel, Phelan. Sacrifice hits Kogers, HigRius. Home ruus-Hogan, Staltz. fitolen baeea Hogan, Huston. Double j lays Westlako to rhrl:n to Slassey. Struck out Scranton, Sj Harrtabnrg, 3, First base on bails Scranton, 8; llnrris buig, 3. Wild pitches Sprogel. Passed balls Smink. Tune of game 1.45. Unv piro Corcoran. OTHER STATE LEAGUE GAMES. At Ilazleton Huleton 1 oioocooo 8 Altoonn 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 13 Ilitsr-Hszloton. 13;'Altoons, 8, Errors Ilazleton, 2; Altoonn, 3. llatteries Jor dan and Moore: Snibel and Cote. At Allentown-. Allentown..., 2 0133000 0-7 loitsTille 0 0000003 18 Ilits-Alloatown, 7; Pottsville, 13. Er I rs-A!lentowu. 3; Pottsville. 7. BaWorios Kilroy and iliiligan: Claro and Diggens. Hate used Dr. Thouins' Kcleotric Oil for croup iind cold and declare it a positive cure Contributed by Win. Kay, 670 Ply. mouth nveuue, Ruffalo, N. Y. NATIONAL LEAGUE. At lirooklvn Brooklyn.. U 30100000 15 Lionieville.J 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 04 Hits -Brooklyn, 10; Louisville, 8. Er rorsBrooklyn, 5; Louisville, 3. Batter iesKennedy and Oniley; Mauafee and Urim. Umpire MoQnade. At Now York Now York.... 2 0 3 0 2 0 3 0 x-10 Cincinnati 0 1 0 0 3 0 I 0 1 0 Hits New York, Us, Cincinnati, 5. Er rorsNew York, 0; Cincinnati, 8. Bat. teiiea Bfeekin and Farrelli Ohamherlaln and Murphy. Umpire Swartwood. At Boston Boston 1 3003 0 10 x 7 Pittsburg 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3- 8 Hits Boston, 8; Pittsburg, 5. Errors Boston, 3; Pittsburg, 3. Batteries Nichols and Bran; Humbert and JIack. Umpire Emslie. At Pliiladrlphin Pbtladelphia..O 0003000 1-? St. Louis 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 17 iiits-Pbiladelphla, U St. Lonts, .Er rors Philadelphia, 0: St. Loirs, 4. Bat- terles Weyhine and Qradyt Hawleyjand Baekley. Umplro -Btage. At Baltimore Baltimore.. 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 1 3-8 Chicago 1 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 0 05 Hits Baltimore, 15; Chicago, 12. Errors Baltimore, 5; Chicago, 3. Uattorios McMabon ami Boblnaon; Hutchiasou and Ktttredgo. Umpiro Lynch. At WiiHhington Washington ..3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3-0 Cleveland tl 8000100 x I" Htta Washington, 7: Cleveland, 11. Errors Washington, 4; Clevelaud, 3. batteries Mercer, mntl and McUuire; Young aud .burner. Umpire Hurst. EASTERN LCOeilE. Troy, 7; Erie, 0. Callod at tho end of fifth inningii; lain, Providence, h Wilkes-Barre L Springfield, (i; BlnghamtOD, 4. - CITY LEAGUE BALL GAME. Weed's Team and St. Thomas' Team Havi First Laairas Sim'. Wood's college team and St. TttOm ' college team played the eighth gam-) in the city league ;ries vesterday after noon at the James Boys' grounds, re sulting in a victory for Wood's. This is the first gnmo lost to tho St. Thomas club. Wool's team outplayed them at almost every point. They batted bet ter and their infield was snpsrlor. (bibbs and Lnvis, Schives and Fuller were the batteries for Wood's team, and Ousick and Lvnott mid Miller aud Hart lor St. Tuotuis. Cunick whs I touched up for nine safe bits in three innings. Schives proved a puzzler to the St. Thomas club, only ono safe hit being made off him. and that while tho pofitinns of two fielders wore bing changed. Lewis did capital work be hind the bat. Tho score by innings was as follows: Wood's 8 5 8 0 0 7 XK St. Thomnst 0 18 11 1 00 First base on balls-Off (iibbs, 2; Schivp, 0; I'usick, 1; Miller, 3. Base hits Wood's, t, St. Thomas, 3. Two base hits Wood's. 3; St. Thomas, 1. Stolen bases Wood's. 4; St. Thomas, 7. Struck out -Cy GHbbe, '-': Bhivee, 4; Cnsick, 1; Miller. I. 'Errors Wood's, 4; St. Thomas, 1 1. Time of game about two hours. The next city ieagua game will bo played next Tnnraday betweoa the High and St. Thorn aa' clutu, IN AMERICA OR NOWHERE. Champion CorbMt flays His Fieht with Jackson Jtust Taka Place Hers. Richard K. Fox received a cablegram yfsterday from James J. Corbett, who is uow in London, stating that he has declined the off r of National Sporting club of n 15,000 purse for a fight be tween Jackson and himself. (,'orhett says be hat coma to the con clusion that America is tho only place in which a big purse for tho fiht can be scoured and he has made up his mind to fight Jackson iu tiiij countiy or nowhere. GLINTS FROM THE DIAMOND. Today BcrautontWill meet King Kelly's men at Allentown. Hnzlcton has signed Catcher Shap of the disbanded Easton club. Spanner Oarr, of last year's Scranton club, has been released by Pottsville. We are content. Our club has shown that llnrri-burg is far from Ueiug invinc ible. Baltimore has wnivod claim to Catcher Herritt, formerly of Boston, and Pittsburg is now after hint. A peculiar feature of tho Eastern league race is the fact that but two of the clubs have averages over .530. Umpire Corcoran has tho requisite amount, of backbone noeoswv to deal with enoh ball players us the Hnrriibnrg team is composed of. The order of tho Now England lenauo standing to date is ns follows; Fall River, HaverilL Lewiston, PawtncKet, Worcester, Portland, Brockton and Bangor. Those two triple plays by Troy and Syracuse Monday were the first of the Eastern leegne season, nod it is the lirst time on record that two of them have, been made Iu one game. Several National league clubs aro cast ing covetous eyes on Pitcher Meanoy, of the llarrisburg club, who pitcher agalntt Scrnuton M-.nday. He is a left-hander, possesses lots of speed, and can cover either an iu or an out field position credit ably. Donovan, the Pittsburg enptniu, plnvs right Held, but that does not deter him from frequently walking in and protesting against tho umpire's decision on balls and strikes. Donovan must be supplied with a piercing eye. Philadelphia In quirer. Long Tom FlaUOagbaa had splendid con trol of the ball yesterday. Up to the be ginning of the ciuhtti Inning only one sin gle had been secured by tho visitors. 1 11 the oiguth they obtained a double and sin gle, Which allowed the ouly run they made iu the game to be stored. Kangaroo Armstrong, ttkt, exceedingly tiresome young man, was on the couching lines again yesterday. Captain Sales would show good judgment by mauling bim. There is a wide difference between coaching and Mr. Armstrong's idiotic prattling nnu. disgusting contortions. In addition to having his plcturo and his name In the papora Miko Kelly has his name engraved aleo updu the earth, in big letters on the lawn between the road and the grand Maud ut Rittersvillo ap pears the word Kelly. His cup of happi ne s should now be full. -Allentown Chronicle. Smink found fault with Umpire Cor corau's decisions yesterday several times. He was advised to make his complsrtnts to himself inwardly, but refused to do so. In tho ninth inning Corcoran lost patience with Smink und imposed a firm of 5 wVn Smink hail declared t bat a strike bad been unjustly called on him. The Tenth street Stars defeatod the Ox ford Stars on tho Oxford grounds yetter day afternoon by a score of 7 toll. The Tenth strict Stars challenge the West Bide Stars for a garan of baJI on Saturday, June 0. on tho Little Woods grounds. Answor through Tiik Tiihiune. Richard Grey, manager; Phillip Willmun, captain. Captuin Richard Phelan mado a most agreeable impression at second vesterday. lie is a sure catch and moves about with an agility that ninny young player might copy with advantage. Ho participated In a neat double play yosterdav and made a singlo and a double. He makes little noiso but seems to inspire his fellow players with confldenco. When Mart Swift was hero last he inti mated that while Harrisbnrg knew a trifle about ball playing, the majority of its victories were secured by luck. It was whispered in Scrautou last night that Mart Wat about tq advertise for the gen tlemen who compiled tho revised version of the New Testam-nt. to rs-sit him in re visiughis judgment. YesLurday's Ham -burg Patriot. Manager Smith, of Pottsville, was iii Philadelphia tsuudey and wus very em phatic in denying the report that Potts ville was shaky nod that Shenandoah was after lis place in the State league, Pottt ville Is abend of the .season, despite the bad weather and a losing team. Mnnag-r Smith has signed Pitchers Wilson aud Hughes, First Baseman Puller and Short- itop Ellis, lato of the Beaton club, uuU from now on Pottsville will havo n win ning team, he nays, Ellis, iu particular, is a splendid intlelder and a good hitter, and is to bo played at third base. The Reading Eteuiug World givos the following account of bow King Kelly worked a nice point in the game nt Read ing: "It was in tho sixth inning, after two men were out, that Kelly aud Wise gave the audience a Hue exhibition of base rnuuing. Sammy was hit by a pitched ball und slid into third on the Kind's hit to left field. Mr. K.-lly played off first pretty far and Rhonds fell into tho trap he laid for him. Instead of pitching the ball he threw to first and the i?10,010 benuly executed the Highland fling up and down tlio lino betwui-u second and lirst. 4.11 tins while 'Cunning Sammy' was inching up towards the home plate. Watching for a good opportunity the King shouted 'now go' and with the word Wise came down the home tretbh like a race horse, lie got there and Kelly got second, coming home on Browning's hit." OOOS AND ENDS OF SPORTS. S 750 will be offered in prizes Julv 4 and 5 by the Wayne Conaty Agricultural so ciety for trotting on their track. Pennsylvania won the threo-mile straightaway boat race with the naval cadets. Saturday, by seven bout lengths. Time, ltfui. .'13s. Peter Juckion nnnouncos thafhe will start for England in nbont two weeks with the intention of forcing Champion Corbott into making n match. P. J. MoDuffee, of Maiden, won the time prize iu the ton-mile road ruco at Jamaica Plain, Saturday, aud fluished fourth iu 27.17. He was thrown at tho tape nud severely injured. In the bicyclo races at Troy Monday, Sanger and Johnson wero tho only scratch men in tho mile handicap, and as it wns the first time that these two famous riders ever met 011 equal terms, the result was Hatched With great interest by wheelmen all over the country, Johusou beat his western rival by a bh'ort yard. In the bicvclo races at Plaiosllold, N. J., Saturday, Taxis met with a tumble that Will necessitate his retirement for a time, W. H. Wella protested the third-of -n-milo race on the ground that be was fouled by Oi M. Murphy. A run over was ordered, but the riders refused to compete in any eveut In which Murphy started, and the mutter will be carried to the racing board, TiiEtiEST mutual insurance policy against ntt ack of sickness is to be found iu taking Hood's Sarsapurilln. If you aro weak It will make you strong. Hood's PILLS are the best aftor dinner pills, assist digestion, cute headache. Try a box, 35c Two Lives Saved. Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City, III., was told by her doctors she had Con sumption and that there was 110 hope for her, but two bottles Dr. King's New Dis covery completely cured her and she says it saved her lite. Mr. Thos. Eggers, 139 Florida St.. San Francisco, suffered from a dreudful cold, approachiug Consumption, tried without result everything else then nought one bottle of Dr. King's New Lis. covery and in two weeks was cured. Ho is naturally thankful. It is such results of which these aro examples, that prove the wonderful efliency of this medicine in Coughs and tColds. Free trial! bottlos nt Matthews Bros., Drug store. Regular tize Mir. and l. Special Notices. 'yimfir(1Sh'lSUE'VH ClToTlJE 1 dairy butter, tubs and kits, arrived this morning. THE .liiXPS ,v sl'lU'KH CO. rpo WHOM IT MAY CONCERN ALL ! i"-rs.ms are waned thai H Li. Morgan, who has been milling lots on what is com monly called 'Tie Swetland Ketate'Mn Hyde i'ark, hf-s been relieved of any and all author ity to act ai s'-iiim; agent from May tl, 1804, From that date all persons are notified to do no business with lion on oar aeconnt. ROBERT T, PETTBBONR, For the Owners, 1H.ANK IKKIKS, PAMPHLETS. MAO A I sines, etc., bound or rebound at The Tii nil.-mi ulllco. (juick Work. Reasonable prices. MEAL TICKETS CAN HE HAD AT III. corner Spruce street and Franklin ave nue. Twenty mual tickets for $3.TU. Uood table board. l)AY VOUB TAX AT CITY TREASURER'S I office. The duplicates of City iir taxes for ism having been placed In my hands, 1 am nowroadyto receive the nam - nt the City Treasurer's office, Uunicipnl building, corner of Washington avenue and Mulberry stre.-t, every woes day teem a a, m, toll p.m., ex cepting that on Saturdays the office w.ll tie doted at noon from June o. Prompt pay ment is recpiired. will bo at the dreg store of J, Q. Bone, Danmore, frcm the Isthta the nth of each month hotween 8.80 and s.;i p. m., beginning September, until farther notice, for the ae- oommodatlonot Dunmore taxpayers. AliJA WILLIAMS, Collector Scranton, Pa., Juno 0 ism. Agents Wanted. DALESMEN WANTED To sell OUR 1 ' goods by sample to the wholesale and re tail trade; sell on light to every business man ortlrm; lils'ral salary and expens-'s p-dd; po sition permanent lor terms address with stamp, centennial M KU Co.. Milwau kee, Wis. I If ANTED MAN WITH LIKE AND FIRE insurance experionoe us solicitor iu Lackawanna county; good inducements to right, man. Address USh& Bets building. Philadelphia, Pit Charter Application. SJOTIOB is BRBBB Y GIVEN THAT AN Ji application will be made to the Court of Common Pleas of Lackawanna county, or one Of the judges ther. of. on Monday, the Uth day June. A. D 1801, at II o'clock a. 111.. under the PIO vislotti of the Art of Assembly entitled. -An 1 t to provide Tor the ineoip 'ration and regulation of . ertaln corporations," approved April 2. I874.and tbeenpplementstheretotfor the charter ol 1111 Intended corporation to be called '1 he Scranton 'theatrical Mechanics' Association," the character and object of Which is 10 establish and provide a fund for the lenient of its mmbers oy tarnishing relief to any member in cose ofaicknessn i to their families in 1 asu of death, out of Ihe funds col lected therein, nud for the promotion Of the principle, of benevolence) sad for those our- pose to have, poeeesi and enjoy nil Ibe righ:i, benefits and privileges conferrea by the nld Act Of Assembly and its supplements. The proposed charter is now on Bis in the oillro of tiiu prothonotary of Lackawanna eounti to No. 070 May term. ISM. MILTON W. LiOWBY, Solicitor. Proposals. s 'BALED Pl.'iil'OSALH WILL It 1-: .'. d at the otllro of tl e Cltv Clerk. Scranton. Pennsylvania, until 7.31 o'clock p. m, Thursday, June U. Is!i4, to construct linos of lateral sewers with branches, basins, etc., Complete on Mulberry slreid, Webster eve nue, Taylor avenue, P.eunzli court, ProsOOM avenue, BchtUtS conri and Harrison aveniio In tho Tenth sewer district. Each prouqsal shall bo accompanied by coin or eerttflod cheek In tho sum of One Hun' area Dollars. Proposau shall bs separate for each Una of sewer and shall bo uncles -d in separate en velopes The name of the line of sewer bid upon ...hall be endorsed upon the envelope Bids shall state price per lineal foot for con- stractlng ."ewer. brSnohee, etc., complete Inaladine receivers, maim. ties, bunpholes ana nxtures. Tho work Is to b done in accordnnen with plans and speriflcatlons prepared by tho City hngineer, a copy of which may be seen at olUce of City Clerk. 1)1 Iders are re.iuested to examino plans and Mi cihcations carefully, ns all bids not in con formity therewith will bo rejected. In can.) the bidder to whom the contract shall havo been awarded refuses or omits to execute a oomract for the work within ten days from dnte of award, tho enclosure no. Mmpanyui his propose! hu be forfeited to the u-e if the City of Scrautou. The city reserves tho right to rojoot any and all bids. Ily order of tho City Councils M. T. LAYELLE, Scranton, Pa.. June 6, 18W. tlork' A Word. fTnnls of all Mndl cost that much, cx tept Situations U'anhd.which are insert Y&RA Situations Wanted. ElTlrjAfJoiTFjSTiitiM WBLL 0 soqnaintcd with bookkeeping; able and wi Lug to no i n v kind of work. J. H. Triouno office. qituation wanted by a you .no l' man of business ability who 1ms hail loni business experience, desires a position n-s col lector or salesman for wind, sale linn or sib-s-man in store Of any kind. Clothing preferred. Has ail excellent reputation and can command a lurgo trade and furnish bjst reference. Ad dress H. P., Truth Office. SITUATION WANTED AS JANITOR OK 1 ' gardner, or to take care ot oftlce, or grounds and residence; aged 50 yours; cn make himtell useful at most snythlngi sm temperate, steady 11ml tin A I character; fair education; work at ones; a positive need. Ad- drees E, L., Tribune office, )AKRR WANT- SITUATION; COl'N UlY Ii preferred. Addresa Barry Wilson, Tay lor, Lackaw .cna county, Pa. POSITION WAN rib HY A YOUNG MAN J 30 years Of ago: a Btlippor and booking In cigar UCtory, or any work. Address 11. 11., Tribune Office, DOT 18 TEARS ( IF A(iE. ONE YEAR EX J perlence in barber shoo, wants to work with any barber to learn tho trade. Address I ' " u x x, old porg . Pa. Wanted. WANTED TO lH'Y COMMON J'tOEONS; will siTS 86 centsa pair, dell at room 2, Price Building, li'i Washington sTenue, or a Idreet letters to Pi si Ollice liox liW, hcran- ton, i'a. Help Wanted - Male. ( lOOH I'A INTERS WANTED t Luzerne street) city. APPLY US It rANTED Men to dtslribiitn clr ulara and ti collect name j Blsbrst prices paid. In restigato, MERUHANT St CO., Merchants' Bldg., Phils. U,r ANTED IE TOTJ A HE A 0ATBOLI0 niioinjil ived and will work for frit per week, write MacConnell Bros., 11 Franklin streor, BoHton, Sla-.a. ' ANTED -AN ENEROET10 MAN WITH I V about lUJg, t'au ,'"t nu sgsncy which will jay S'i'.a week end expenses. a. a. BABNEB, Conway Honss. VX7 ANTED - QOOO WHEkLWRlUHT. Gilihool'a Carriage w orks, corner Lack awanna avenue i nil Bcvcnth ticct. Collections. I 'O.MI'.OYS, l(. EARNEST, COLLECTS reuts and funks alter properties on com mission. Semi postal card. Scranton. for Kent. I.ORTtEOT-FURisH I eronnd f).- r, with or without board Ap dy lit' Adams avenue. fjOB RENT--FL'RNISHKU HOUSE AND I garden in eonn'rv, for mi men r. Hons lame; running srinu water; plenty of shade; beautiful lake full oi rami sna few rod-, from door. ?2o per month. D. W. brown. attorney, 5'ii ijpmco i.troot. VOR RENT LIGHT. WI LL FURNISHED 1 rooms; deUgbtfnl location. 6M Washing ton avenue. 'I'o LET KOI; A TERM OF YEARS X Part or all of throe hundred feet of vard room alouK railroad. Ae,iy at Ut Fruiiklio nvenue. 'ro RENT stoke !SxfXJ OR FURNISHED J ball on Qreen Bidge street, Very deslra- ele locatkin anil on rca-onnblo terms. Apply toF. B, NETTLETON or O. S. WOOOBuFK Hi publican huildir.f;. For Sale IOlTSATdFUIu'NTSFli I clock; brass movement; o-ierry case, ca l at il I Adam aveni o POB KALE-ROLL TOP DESK AND i typewriter caD.net lor sale. Boon 4. Price building. I,' IB sale THOBOUOHLY EQUIPPED I T Photograph Galle.y, Will fed at one-! half tlio value on acc nnt ol other mildness. Apply to D. It. BKA.MAN, Forest City, Pa. nOB SALE- FARM I10ACBE8; HO ACRES J bnproved.Two Komi houses, running sp: im; water at botb.threegqod barns.youngorhcara U oated in rjllageof Foreet Labe,Suranebenne county, Only a few rods to school, church, postoffloe. etc. Beantifnl lake well stocked with game fish. Terms easy, tpplytoD. W. BROWN, attorney. tUN Spruce street. roR BALE-AN IDE AL COUNTBY HOllK, i 7 acres of land, fine large house, mod rn unproTements Easy dbtanae from scran ton. Alio ? dcslr.blo oaUdins lots in tonntry. D. W. BBOWNTAtt'y, ue nprnoe street L-OH SALE OB EXCHANGE FOR SCRAN i. ton property A bearing orange grove nicrciulne iu product: ... and value yearly iu the oranuo M'ction in I lor id a Addres F E. NETTLETON'. Lake Helen. Florida Business Opportunities. YvaTitn Kit" WANTED I"w IT HKROM0( I to5,CUU cash to tnkii heavy Interest in an established local business; olceo, llgbf, re- luiritiK no previous evp, rlence; capnhlo party given full control. Andreas or .ail on w.,1. Tracy, attorney, Ranb bnlldlng, Bnrnce street, rltv. U-ANTED RELIABLE MAS WITH IKO. an cxelmiv-aifent for new article neii on every hor.se; UOM I hold In the pan year- agency will pay $ j.io yearly, with no possible chance of loes;only inos i having A l reference and tho capit a Deed apply. B SHAW, Scrnnlon House, Strayed, CTltAYED FROM PASTURE NEAR cess lay lor noepitaj, two-year-old hlofer, black and white, aiiot on boulder, tthitu on nndef part of bwly and on end of tail. Reward fi r return or information thai Will find her. ,TiHN A. M EARS, (' rncr W:;shint;tou ap.l Vine Eoarrlinc. QUM1IER boas DING -FOUR REflPgCI . anie personi can nna nrst class iiai with amnll lamily in la ire. niry house. H-e nnii cold baths. Free carriage to depot mi cburoh Three-quarters oi n mUefiainstn Hon. Healtliy locality. Addr SB bos US, Clerks Bommlt Of the Pomphrej & Morton Stock Is Now Going On. Great Slaughter of 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 iu your life. Come early, before assortment is broken. GROSS, GOOD NEWS FDR THE ECONOMICALLY ILID COME EARLY, THOUGH, THEY MAY NOT LAST. Those 5c. Ginghams we sold last wock-too had we didn't have moro. Many wero disappointed, however. We've got another case this week; had to pay morrAfrr thorn, but they go at tho same price, 5c. a yard. You never bought any bettor goods at 12 1 -2c. At the samo time, wo oiler a case of Johnson's Seersuckers. You know them as well as you know Atlantic Muslins. They have also bsen 12 12d, now (J. Now stripes, new styles, new colors. Now, we want to talk to you a moment on WOOL CJIALLiES, but ouly in this way, COME AND SEE THEM. They come in White, Cream, Ecru and Black grounds. Tho price la 15c. Styles are fascinating; price about half. Curativa Soap 16c. a box, 3 cakes. CONNOLLY & Furniture Upholstered By the most experienced workmen in the city. NO FANCY PRICES. TOES N. A HULBERT'3 City Music Store, M W VOillNO AVn . 6CBANT0 RTPJIVTVAY SOH DEGKEB nnoTMBRS m EliANICH & BACK Knott Jt ItAUKit I In a largs stock of nrit-elaw MUSICAL MKKCilANUmU ML'HIU, UXU. El'U Hotel Wayerly European Plan. First-olass Bar attnehoV Depot for Ilurguer & l-.Lijel'a Tannhieusor Peer. I. i Cor. 15th end Filbert Sts, ?Mi Most dcsirabln frr residents cf N.K. Tonn ryivnnia. All conveniences for travelers to and from Uroad Street station and tho Twelfth aud Market Strcot rtatiou. Uiw lirable for Tifdnng SorHiitouluna aud pe tie In tho Authraclto Hetcioo. T, J. VICTORY, PROPRIETOR. Scientiflc Eye Testing Free Dr. Shimbercf, Tbo Ppocialist on tb? Eye. Headache nn' Nervousness relieved, Latest and improved Stylo of Eye Olassca aud Bpsotaolos at tho Lowest Prlosa Lest Artificial Eyed inserted tor Ji. fios SPRUCE ST.. op. Old Post Office. RCOFtlnnincr and soldering all dono awny with by tbo use ot HARTMANS I AT ENT PAINT, which consists of tngredi nts Well-known toalL It can b.i amdied to tin. galvanised tin, sheet iron roofs, nlno to brick dwelllnn which will prevent ebaolutely any rruinbliiiL', cracking or breaking of Ihe brick, it will oatlait tinning of any kind by many year.s.and it'n cost docs not exceed one- i fifth that of i he cost of tinnine. Is sold by i the job or pound. Contracts taken by ANTOMO 11AU1MA.N.N, W Birch St. By Bankrupt FOSTER &. CO. WALLACE 209 CRANTON BEDDING CO., COR. LACKAWANNA AND ADAM3 AVENUE. HY Roe our FIFTEEN DOLLAE Solid Oak Bod room Seti Wo ne!l Furuitiiro a3 cheap as any house in the country that in tends to givo honest value for the mouey. Try us. Hull m mid m IRON and STEEL NORWAY IRON BLACK DIAMOND SILVER KXTRA SPECIAL SANDERSON'S ENGLISH JKSSOl-S ENGLISH CAS1' STEEL HOUSE SHOES TOE CALK XI HQ MACHINERY SPUING SOFT STEEL ANVILS BliLhOWS HOUSE NAILS WILEY & RUSSELL AND WELLS T1RO& CUTTING MACHINERY. BEttenbender&Co.,Scranton, Wholesale and retail dealers' in Wagonraakers" and Blacksmiths' SUPPLIES LOUIS E SMITH Dealer in Choice Confections and Frnits. BREAD AND CAKES A SPECIALTY. FINEST ICE CREAM 1437 Capouse Avenue. Sale 3il IvOO WASHINGTON AVE. Opp. Court House. NOT lb Co mmm m. WAGON WHEELS AXLES SPRINGS lie lis HI'OKES RIMS STEEL SKEINS R. U. SPIKES SCKEW l PAULOKS OPPIX PltOM 7 A.M. TO 11 P.M. - SPECIAL ATTENTION OIVK.N TO SUP (PLYLNU FAMILIES WITH ICE CHE AM. WHY CERTAINLY WE DO IT. W i tall WatobSS, Diamonds .TSwolry. Sil rerwere. etc.. at wholesale piioee Reason W.i bur from Hip nirinutauturi-rsi for cash and Mil in the retail trado on tho name terms and no other. SPECIMEN VALUES. Triolo Plat Tea Services. . . $10.00 Ladles' Oold Filled Watch, with Baa Elgip or Walthani move- 10 QQ Qonts' l ino Gold Kliied Watch, with Blgrn, Walthnmor Ham- 051 O flfl den nwremenl yi&.w S-Day Clocks, halt hour strikes Ktundard movement an.i hand- (CO Krt som'j. loses p Reg-re' Plated Tea Bpsonsner fJ 25 Rogers Plats-l' Tabio Spools per 02 50 Genuine Diamonds iii pretty ait- flJ QQ Get Our Detailed Price List. FREEMAN, Dealer In Diamonds Watch w, Jewelry, Eto. Cor. Penn Ave. and Eproco St. What Is More Attractive Than a pretty face with a fresh, bright I complexion? For It, use Poaonl'i Powder. '.