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THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY MORNING. JUNE 11, 164.
ffe Lead the Scoiiid DivisjQ ia tb3 Race
ALT8GNA PASSED CORING WEEK
Manager P.irks New Easton Team
Defeated on Saturday in a Well
Played Contest King Kelly Will
Piny Here Today and Tomorrow.
Result of City Lcaguo Games
Played Standing of Clubs.
gat t'HANTON eontln.
Hi's to lt;iu io fii'C
ond ilivisiou in the
Leagua rce, hav
ing ousted Altoona
from tlint position
daring the wars.
Although we have
advanced ono st-'p
forward in tiw race
our psroentago is
lens tlmti it was a
irei k ago. To.luy and tomorrow wj
Will do battle with the "only Mike"
and his Ailontowu actfrjuution. and
with any Icmd or team work sliouiil
tnko onu of the garnet,
We need tbe game, and if it i lout
by any ai-.ch playing as "onr pMs" In
dulged in last Monday mrainst Hiirris
bttrg, it meant troublu abfad for some
one. Ours is one of tlin highest salaried
clubs in tlio Stats league ami there is n
growiuis feeling among the lnumbers of
the assooiatioo that the boys must put
Tl an article of bill commensurate
with the salaries they receive,
Boranton has been unfortunate in
two respects this season, lack of team
work nud inability to get its pitchers
in condition. Hudson, Flannagan and
Dorau have no superior in the sUti
lenKne when in condition, but thns far
the majority of tli9 victorious games
hare been pitched by Holson. The
Warm weather is favorable for Flun-aj,-hau
who is uow in nooJ form ns his
work against Harris bnrg showed, Ho
in unfortunate, however, in the sup
port ho receives at critical monisms
of the gama Doran would bp of great
servico to the club if ho wr.uld mend
bis habits and keep in form. He is
reaily a clever twirler.
Harrisbnrg continues to lead the pro
cession with Allf ntuwn slowly cluing
lip the (rap between thein. Htzleton
cliu.ns tenacionsly to third place, but
we will have them out of it before the
end of the season if Manager Swift
ciot'fl his duty.
Tub following table gives tils per
centages of the clubs, together with
the number of games won and lost by
each, and their standing in the cham-
Wou. Lost. Per C't.
HarrMmrg, . .
BCHKDUI.E FOB TODAY.
Easton at Hazleton.
Pottavuie at Harrisbnrg,
Blading 'at Altoona.
WON ONE FROM EASTON'.
Park's Rsorirnnizd Team Flayed a
Scrsnton took a jrame from tuo raor
ganlied Easton club on Saturday at
Eiston. Although Manager Parks'
team was a patched up toiin it played
a spirited game. E iston had no catch
er and Rogers, of the Scran ton club,
vraa allowed by Manager Swift to do
the back Rtop work for Easton.
Spanner Carr, of last year's Scranton
club, was in the box for Eiston. Tlio
a. it. ro. a.
Ponlbr'd, o ti 4 4
Delanev, 2b o o 3 i
Dunn, lib. 0 0 tl 5
Pluck, lb 0 1 10 0
Moran, c. f 0 1 0
Rogers, c 0 0 a 0
Uarr, i o o n a
Batten, r. f 0 u 8 (I
Weihte, 1. f 0 0 1 0
Hngan. o. f
Wetzel, s?. .....
Btalta, I f.;...,
llassey, lb .. .
liiRgin?, r. f..
Easton 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0- 0
Scraar.ai I) 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 03
Earned runs Boranton, 2. Three-base
hits Vr'rtzel. Stolen liases Hogau, Sac
rifice liiti Carr, (lelaney, Potclien, Phn
lan, Bodson. Struck out By Carr, 2;
by Hudson. 3. double plays Pholun (un
aaaiated), Fonlktod andDelaney. Left on
bates Hasten, C; Scrnrtnrj, 8. First tiaso
on balls-Off Carr, 1 off Hodsnn, 3. Wild
pitches Carr, QodaOtt, Hit by pitched
ball Batten, Wetzel. Time 1. as. 6m-pire-Deitriek.
OTHER STATE LEAGUE RESULTS.
Reading o2 300031 0-0
Altoona 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 u 0-5
Hits Beading, 19s Altoona, 10. Errors
Beading, : Altoona. 0. Batteries Jones
and Guodharr, Wif-.ible and Cote. Umpire
Alleuiown.S 00001 1030-0
Hezleton...0 0 0000000 0-0
Hit? -Allentown, 8; HsSletOD, 3.' Er
rors Allentown, 0; Uazleton, 3. Uatter
icH Baldwin and Kelly; Ely, Fee and
Pottevllle 1 0 0 1 1 0 80 9 fl
ilarrisbnrg. ..8 1 0 3 0 3 0 0 r-13
llitn PoltsvillP, 10; llarriBbure, 13. Er
rors PotUville, 7; Harrisbnrg, 8, lotter
ies Hughes nnd Diggins; A! cany and
Philadelphia, 9; Cleveland. 1.
lioston, 13; St. Louis, 8.
Brooklyn, l'4j Pittsburg. 5.
New York, W; GhteagO, 10.
Baltimore, 7; Louisville, 5.
Wilkes-llaire. 17; Springfield, 0.
Troy. 15; Buffalo, 3.
Syracuse. 13; Erie, 10.
Provideno 13; Bingiiatuton, 7.
Princeton, 4: Yale, 2.
Lehigh, 9; LafayettP, 5.
Drown, 8; Harvard, 2.
C-V) "5 ?7
Adolf Lalloz, caniaije manufacturer,
1111 Carroll street, Luffale. N. Y.. states:
I was troubled with nausea of the stomach,
sick headache and general debility. Bur
dock Blood Bitters cured mu.
SEMINARY D.0Y3 DSFEATSO.
Lceol Y. IT. O. A. Tem Turn Them
Down with Ease.
The local Young Men's Christian as
jbtdation team profed toe much for the
Wyoming seminary at the ball park on
Tbe visitors lad until the eighth
when by Judloiona batting and equally
judicious bunching ol errors by the
seminary boys tht borne team scored
STin rtius. The dvUil score was as
Y. It C. A.
II. II. O. A. V..
r. 11. o A. f.
JlcC-irty.pl 1 0
Grc'r'n,lbl 1 II
Drnm,ss,.0 1 1
Boffner.p.O 0 110
Dftvia. n..i 1
1 I :t
Allen. 9...1 I
Lmrr la c. .u . - -Rymer.rf.l
1 0 1
Hitt'.ler,i-fl 1 (I 0 1
Hill. rn. IU I 3 tl 0
.11. t; ,'u,, fi 1 1 u
'J J 0 D
smdaiu, in 18 10 Doran,lf..(l 2 1 0 u
Total ..10 11 2: ill Total.. S U 27 H 11
v. H. O. A 2 0 n 11 ii 0 1 " o-l'i
Wyoming Beainaryl 0 0 u 2 0 0 1 1-6
Earned run's V. Jt. C. A., J; Seminary, I.
Two-base hits Davis, I; Dorris, L HtoleB
bases Allen. Blttsnbender, McQonldrioki
Urooka Surd mi, U: Uorcoran, Bymer. Bap
rlflce bits Bltteabonder, Brooks, Dorrl
Btrnckont-By Hoffner, ; by UcOarty, 4,
Wild pitrhes-Jli-Carty. Passed h-tlls Alien.
Tims ot gaaje -1.B0, Umpire McUlnnis.
Tho follotvinjt ii th 1 standing of the
leauis in the City leatme:
Won, Lost. P'ct.
St. Thomas 5 1 .31
Wood's 8 1 .750
No. 30 1 3 .25')
Iiitjh Schuol 0 4 .t!U0
WOOD'S CLUB WAS TOO STRONG.
Took a Game With Base From thi Hieh
a postponed game between the IIi:;b
School club and Wood's Club was
playetj last Friday afternoon on the
James Boys' grounds, resulting in a
defeat to the Jli'h School by 31 to 3.
Wood's team found Kelly for eigiil
b.ise hits, fivu two base bits and a three
bagger. Boblve idtched for tho College
team and proved a pnzzle to tho High
School, iiivinu' only three hits. A
double play by Glbbs to Hughes was.
... . . . . t. . rm. .I.....tl...
'.r.e leaiuro 01 me khuiv, mouwunu
score i found below:
R. II. O. A. E.
U. II. o. A. i:.
Harris, 8b.. 1 " 0
Moaor,lb..O 0 8
( usick. ss.O 0 1
D'n'ne,!ib.U 1 3
Kelly, p.. .0 1 11
Oweas, o..l 0 2
Jiimis'n.li.l 1 1
Bobive, p. .4
Widk'r.il.li II II U 'I
B'o'fld, oLO tl 0, 0 0
rui8'i-,SLu n ti 0 0
1 II II
U 0 tl
Ti. till. ..21 15 2J 11 1 Te'al... 3 8 18 10
Wood's I) 0 7 3 5 0 0-21
Blgb School 0 t 1 U 0 0 0- 8
Earned runs Wood s, 5, Two-baso hits
Fuller, 2; Bohiv?, 2; Hashes. Throe base hits
-Wottir. Passed baUs-Pnllar, 2. Wild
pitches-Uchlve, Kelly, 4. Bases on bills tin
Bohfve, 8; Kelly, 3. Bases 011 hit by pitched
balls Wood's. 2. Struck ont-By Bcoive. ii;
Kelly, 1. Left on bases-Weal's. ': High
Behool, 4., Doable plays Qlbbs and Hughes.
Sacriileo hits -Hamnaton, Qlynn, Time of
tame 1.5.'. Umpires Kipple and Peters,
ST. THOMAS CLUB WON.
Defeated tbe C ub irom No. 08 School
An intereitini: gams of the City
league series was played on Saturday
between St, Thomas club and the team
from No. ISO school. It resulted in u
victory for tho St. Thomas club.
The feature of the game was the bat
tinor of the last named club, which
made s'x two-base hita. Wier, of the
same club, also bad a tbree-basn hit
One of tiiti two-base hits was made by
Hart when three men were on bases.
They all scored. The sore by tuning!
St. Thomas College.. 0 0 0 2 3 4 x-15
No. 3d School 0 8 1 0 8 1 411
Batteries Miller and Hart: Smith and
Botbe. Umpires Fitzgerald and Walden.
Nates of tha City Lagus
There la some good material in the High
The fielding of Slason, of No. 88 school,
on Saturday was of a brilliant order.
(Sibbons, of St. Thomas' college, made a
difoVult one handed catch on Snurdsy.
.Miller pitched a splendid mime for St.
Thomas' club on Saturday. Ho has soiuo
(,'o id curves and BXOeUeut command of tho
S. hive, of Wood's Busiuflps college, easily
leads the pitchers of the city league. He
is one ot the most promising amateurs ia
TRIAL SPEED AT THi PARK.
It Took Place B .twoen Local Hormn
With tho exception of a mile heat
between the respective speeders of
Thomas Barrett and Walter Connors,
there were uo raoas at the Driving park
on Saturday afternoon. Several local
horsemen took posscssia'i of tha track
in exercising their animals and some
good time was shown iu these trial
Thomas Barrett nud Walter Connors
met on the porch of tho Park hotel and
became involved in'nn issue as to the
relative speed of their flyers. It was
agreed to softie the matter in a mile
heat and the track vms clearod'foi the
Jockey Frank Hannis was judge,
timekeeper and Btarter. At the third
attempt tho horses scored. Connors'
pneer bad the polo but was unable to
bold it beyond tho first turn. I'irrott's
lanky black then asaumed the lead and
at the half was fully ten lengths ahead.
But when eiiteriux tho last ijuarter
Connors' little mare began to creep up,
and just then Jdarrott's horao threw a
hind shoo and in overreaching, badly
pplit liia quarter. This took all the
snnp out of him, nnd Connors was able
to finish and win the race without any
trouble. The last half was made in
Frank Anubnry drove a fine te'im of
bays atOUOd the track several tims.
He WM offered $000 for them, but re
will not dovolop uniformly
unless they get sufficient
nourishment. They will be
thin, weak, hollow-chested.
the Cream of Cod-liver Oil
and Hypophospliites, over
comes the tendency toward
thinness and makes children
strong and healthy. Physi
cians, the world over, endorse
Dan' 1 be deceived by Substitutes!
r. 'I by iioott Si Dun ue, ... Y. All Druggist
CUNTS FROM THE DIAMOND
KioK Kelly anil hit) braves will bi w I'b
ns today and tomorrow. We wan: at
least one of these names Mr. Swift.
Kelly Casey's Bu.so L'ali club ohal
lengea any other brewery dub In Lacks
wanna county for (rj, Sctantoa brewery
1 itchur Nolan Is in the city oat or a job.
Be refused te go with Altoona because
Manager Donougbe would not givo hi:n
TheSci aulon Juuiors defeated the Little
Tycoon's by u score of M to 10 in the
moriiiuK and 15 to U iu tbe afternoon
game OU Saturday.
Btoux Ity lends tho Western league
clubs by a narrow margin over Kansas
ca y and Minneapolis. Detriot is comfort
ably settled In laH place.
The Phillies are going to ;iive Lukena,
late of Pittsburg, a trial. He can certain iy
do mi worse than seme of tins present
staff. Philadelphia Press.
"v'.iu Haltren must have forgotten how
to play tbe name," ay the New York
World, "The cranks think tho sooner Van
rial tree is taken 00 1 of center field and
MikeTlernan is removed from right the
quicker will tho Giants rise In the percent
Treasurer Talcott of tho ginnts says the
popularity of the metropolitan newspapers
is responsible for the team's hard luck at
home. Be saya every ball player known
that the New York papers are quoted all
over the country, and every player works
Ilka a house afire In New YorK to t:et a no
tice. The Cleveland papers are kicking now.
Ouo says: The Spiders seems to bo
wretched poor flnisbera It teems to bo
tbe old, olu story of the disastrous eastern
trip. The must Unpardonable errors lost
yesterday's game for tho Olevelands. Con
tributions will be received at this i fllco to
purchase Buck Swing a pair of blue glass
es." A winning player must have both nei vo
nnd thick hliin. As soon as a player loses
his uervo he is of no benefit to his club.
For a club 10 be successful it must have
pluyers who never know what it is to
(,'ive up until tho last man Is out. Be-siile-1,
a ball player should never nllow
criiici'.m to interfere with his work.
The base ball patrons are not at all satis
Bed With tho work being done by tho Cin
Oinnati team. Individually the red lens
are among tho strongest players in the
leagoe, but there seem to b.i somo inside
troubles which are telling mightily on the
team's work. Thero is a well-defined ru
mor that unless tho team does better work
soou Cotnisky will bo released and a new
If the negotiation! for the purchase of
the Carbondale Traction company's line,
which nro now pending, are successful, it
can be set down as a certainty that Car
bondale will next year bo represented in
t be State Base Ball league with n team that
will do the city credit. It is the intention
of the syndicate who are after the road to
lay out and Construct iu Carbondale town -ship
a pleasure park and fair grounds that
will give to Carbondale facilities lor out
door gatherings and ports second to no
interior city of the state. Carbondale
In tho trotting moating recently hold at
Geneva Switzerland, tho American
gelding; Black Jim, (ek-Frank s.), lately
purchased by Jlr. Ligou, of Alyou, won
tho international event.
The National Trotting association will
soen bo asked to ad ipt a rule requiring
each driver In a race to wear a uniform
representing the colors of his stable, to
consist of Jacket, cap and pautalooas.
Tbe largest horse In the world, King
YVillinm, :!7(C hand high, weight U,tW
pounds, died at Chesterton, Iud last
week while being shipped to Coney
b land. Jlr. Westlake, his owuer, was ot
tered flO.lud for him last week.
In what was intended to be a twenty
round glove coutost before the Leaven'
worth, (Kan ), 'Vthletic club, Tuesday
night, for a nurso of 11,000, Patrick J.
Panel, of Leavenworth, knocked if.
lie ISvnns, welterweight champion of tho
Pacific Coast, into insensibility m 2m. 28'.
In the llrst round. It was tlvo minutes be
fore Evans regained consciousness.
Tho eighth annual handicap races, un
der the auspices of tho Pelican Athletic
club, of Forest City, will be held July
4tb, 18M, to commence at 1 o'clock on their
grounds, near the Erie station. Tbe pro
gramino of events is as follows: First, l'-0-yard
race, open to nil comors, lirst prize
5i, second prize Second, 440-yard race,
first prize 810, second prize j'J. Third, ."
yard sprint race, prize (4. Fourth, tuj; of
war, ten men 011 each side, prize 5, All
races will Im handicapped on the grounds.
Dancing will also be indulged iu. Admis
sion to tho grounds froe,
Following islhelntest betting in Chicago
against the probable starters tnr tho Amer
ican Derby: Al Beyer, lOOj Atropine, 50)
Armitage, lOOj Aloanor, iU; Agitato, 100;
Bobbie Uuylor, 15ii; Cash Day, Domino,
6: Dorian, 2S Danton, Despot. 'M: Dub
bins,8: Discount, 0; El Telcgrafo,3i); Friar,
100; Oauekm, 30; Gateway, ion; Gwendo
line, 100: Hornpipe, 15; King Bors, 10(1,
Lorena Mack, full; Lucky Dog, 10: Loan
Bee, 60; Matt Byrnes. 18; Orinda, 100; Olllo
Bell, B0; Potentate, 'Jn: Portugal, 50; Peter
the (Treat, BO; Pirate King, 00; Pearl Song,
St l; Prince Carl, lSiReiplendent, 03; Key
El Santa Anita, 15; Kightmore, SO: Bpr lug
land, 80; Sebka, ;U: Bqoare Fellow, so;
Senator Gray, 0; Sam Lucas, B0; St. Pat,
60; Tnpto, loo; Tmu Elmore, 100; Visitor.
lOOj Volt, B0; Yo El Key, 80; Ecuador
Tomato colt, 100; others from 500 to 1,000,
s. Ji. .;.li-,r.i, iNow cassyi is., wag
troubled with neuralgia and rheumatism,
lusstoniacu was disordered, his liver was
effected to an alarming degree, appetite
fell away, and he was terribly reduced ia
flesh and strength. Three bottles ot Elec
tric Bitters cured him.
Edward Shepherd. Barrisbnrg, 111., had
a running soreou his leg of eight years'
standing. Used three bottles of Elsotric
Bitten and seven boxes of Buck leu's
Arnica Salve and his leg is sound and
Well John Speaker, Catawba, O., had
five larco fever sores on his leg, doctors
said he was incurable, One bottle Electric
Bitter.-, and one Ihix BuCkleO'a Arnica
Salve cured him entirely. Sold by Mat
Criticising a Yu.unir Lady.
"Sho would be a pretty girl for but ouo
"W hat's Ihatr naked Charley.
George Her face is always covered with
purple and red blotches.
Charley Ob, that's easily enough dis
posed of, Used to be tha samo way my
self, but I caught on to the trouble one
day, and got ri.l of it in 110 time.
George What wns it?
( hurley Simply blood eruptions. Took
a short coarse of P. P. P. 1 tell you, it's
the boss blood corrector. The governor
had rheumatism so bad that you could
bear him holler clear across the country
every time ho movod. He tried It, and
you know what an athlotic old cent he is
now. If somebody would give Miss Daisy
a pointer, she would thank them after
wards. All the drug stores sell it.
'iH) WHOM IT MAY CONt'EKN AI.I,
.1 persons are warned that H. UMoraan,
who lias been selling lots on what is com
muniy called "The Bwetbind Estate" in Hyde
l ark, baa been relieved of any nnil all author
ity to net ioi Bolllnff agent from May n, 1804,
Ki oin that data all persons are notlileil to do
no business with bUn on our aocount.
BOBEBT T. PETTKBONE,
For tho Owiu'rs,
1JLANK BOOKS, PAUPQLETtL M.MiA
At sine', .'.., bound or rebound st, The
TRlnUMl olllcu. (jukk work. Heasomtblu
BAL TICKETS OAK BB HAD AT let,
Corner Spmoa street and Eriinklln ave
nue. Twenty meal tickets for $;ioii. Good
4jkale rTp iTopi ha'ls "viTdTBiT
4J co'.ved at the City Assessor's offl tin to
Juno 16th, 10 n.nt., 18H, for printinK hlr.ding.
etc,, aaeeasBtent books for year iso.v Sam
ples of paper, etc, can be esen at their offlce.
The bosril reserves toe right to reject any and
By oi dor of the board .
For Ueohub HnusHKH, Clerk.
aiifs of all kind eott that much, es
( A'iiuufiona ti uutcii. nuci are (ftterta
LADY WOUXjD ukbtodo washing
Alulliorry b r;ct.
1XT ANTKD YO UNO MAN, 85, WANTS
r 1 II. ill pOtUlOIli UW U aiiunwuu
ibortluudMd h. okkot'piiiu; kuoA rferncM
it 1 a,l : v 'J i lilu difli-n
1L I 111 I I- I . I I i I " ,
llf ANTED .'. MIDOLK AQBD woman
IV ,.,. v. r I.'. . bV til.'
day. Address 614 tmuiett i.trote.
OITI'ATltiN WANTED -BV A YOUNO
i J man IS v. in l,l. ni i t ilt or bookkseOeri
plain writer and accurate at flgarea Address
E. H. w.. No. 11 Halo street,
ITL'ATION WANTED . NI USE tllRL
orliebt hooaowork. Address K. E., ISO
N . Pilmors u venue.
i ) os i t ion wanted a5 Boceby
J il.'tk ilth thuahauce of working up; no
bad babits; can furnish good reference. Ad
dretiF. C. box 64, Montrose, Pa,
WT ANTED TO BUY COMMON PIGEONS;
V will give SB ceata a pair, Cull at room
-, i rice Bnudlae. 180 Waablnaton avenue, or
a'lilress letu-i's to l ost Ullieii Box M, .-eran-
t n. I'a.
VI the Prudential Inhurance Comoanv.
Good pay to rjght party. Call at oncu ;wo
11TANTE1) FOlt SCHANTON AND NK AH
V hy t iwns two eoiiil soll.'itO'S. (IisnI po
sition upon to tin, right purlins. Apply to
MONIES A JACKSON, 4H bprnco Htrout.
VTANTK1J-MAN WITH LIKE AND FiitK
V insurance experience m solteltor In
Lackawanna county; u.l Indacententa to
rit:ht man. Addrcaa u:r--M Hiti building.
Kelp Wanted Male.
vv nnamplovod ami will work torllSper
week, write MarConniill Bros.. 11 Franklin
street, Boston, Mass.
I 'ANTED -AX KNEKGKTIO MAN WITH
V 1 about $160. Can get au agency whicli
will pay J-'in week nii'l .-.vfienKen,
A A. BABNES, Conway Hones.
Hclo Wanted Females.
ANTED - GIRL
;.l Bin street, Dun
ps a: . -t jbti "vweji SI
'j'WO (lit THHEE RELIABLE MEN CAN
1 find hoard at Itil I Swetlati.l street
CUMMEK noAi DIM; FOUR RESPECT
D Iil.le persOnH can Hud llrst class board
With sninli faniilv In large, niry house. Hot
nnd cold laths. Free Carriage to depot and
church Threcqnarters of a mile from sta
tlon. Healthy locality. Addr.ss box tU.(.'larks
'po LET FOR A TERM OF YEARS
1 l'nrt or ail of thrfo hundr.'il feot of yard
room along railroad.
A..4y at m Franklin
'TO RENT-STORE t6x60 olt FURNISHED
1 ball on Green Bidge street verydastra
pie location and on reasonable tornu. Apply
to I B. NETTLBTOM or U S. WoouitUFK
I.-Ott SAI I'.-' STEAM SAV.Mli,L,'iliiCSE.
J 5 acre, laud, Bi ll machinery, horses
wagons, farm Implements, bus, Bxtures, etc.
Circular on appllcatloo,
A. D. PULLER,
nOiTATOES l (Hi HALE A cut OK POTA
1 toes for s.ile' in job lobi at.lersey ( entral
yard. W. I.a Law anna nvo, P. Je It. Cat,
IJOB BALEROLL TOP DESK AND
J typowiter cabinet for sale. Boom 4,
fries i uiiuiDg.
nOB SALE THOROUGHLY EQUIPPED
I Photograph Qalley. w ill sen at one-
ii.iii ii. u in.u- uo : u. i, oi t,iiier uuaineu.
Apply to D. R. BRAMAN, Foroat City, Pa.
pOB SALE- AN IDEAL COl'XTTty HOME.
X 1 acres of bind, line large house, modern
improvementa Easy diitance from Hcran-
ton. Also "i di sir hi. i Dnilding lots m
country. D.W, BROWN, Att y,
BOB Spruce street.
VVH SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR SCRAN
X ton property A bearing prangs grove
Increasing in production and value yearly in
lbs orniiize section in Florida. Addres F. E.
NETTLE I'ON. Lake Helen. Florida
I'TltAYED l'Hii.M PASTURE Ni.Alt
kJ Moses Taylor hospital two year old
Idefer, black and white, spot on shouldor,
white on under part of body and on and Of
tail, Reward for return or infi rnuition that
will And ho r, .lollN A. MEAits,
0 rner WaaSlngton and Vine.
1? STATE or THOMAS MULLEN, LATE
Xj of the city Ol Boranton, county of Lacka
wanna, state of t'cnnaylnanla, deceased.
Letters te-t im ntiiry upon tho above named
ostato having boon granted to the undersigned,
nil persons hnvhur claims or demands against
tbe sal i estate will present them for payment
Mid those Indebted thereto shall please make
Immediate payment to
TIM IS. ,1. Mt'LLEN, Executor.
.TrtSPrsft II .SI. Attorneys.
rnHE UNDERSIGNED, AN AUDITQRAP
A isiliit.-d by the Orphan's Court of Lacka
wanna, topass ii on the exceiitinns to the ac
count of Charles Gardner, sdminlatutorof the
esuteof Maria felbsn, deceased, and tools-
tribute the fund s iouiid remaining in the
hands of the tad Charles Gardner, admlula.
trntor. ns aforesaid hereby glvei noUes that
he wiii Rttend to thedntlos of his appolntmeat
at his i .tllce in the city of Be ran ton, Pa., No.
So Wyoming avenue, on Thursday, the 12th
day ot July, A, D., 1894, oi 10 o'clock, a.m., at
which time and place all persons haying an
Interest in said fund, or estate, will have nn
opportunity to be beard, and all persons hav
log claims against said fund, or estate, must
Presont them, or tie forever debarred from
coming In on snld fund.
B. F. AKERLT,
Juno 8, UN. Auditor.
GROSS, FOSTER & CO.
Great Bankrupt Sale
Of the Pomphrey & Morton Stock Is
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 yon never heard of iu your life. Como early, before assortment Is broken.
LADIES ' Do you wear Silk Gloves?
trouble with the finger tips
It can be avoided. By buying the
They are sold with a guarantee ticket in each nair. en-
titling the customer
any case where the
F urniture Upholstered
By the most experienced workmen in the city.
NO FANCY PRICES.
THE SCRANTON BEODTOO CO
1JEPOKT OF THE CONDITION
IW UP THE
LACKAWANNA TBCBT AND SAFE
of 4ul Laokawanna avonne. Hormntoa. Lack
uwnnna coiinty, Pennsylvania, At the close
DI IIIHIIIMp. JMilV Dl. IWl:
Caeb on band ( 2s.4i 88
CbecloJ and other cash Hems ZfiYJ Bg
Dna from bank and banken M.19I VI
Commercial and other paper owned M,HS7 m
Call loam upon eollnterals H:.'.5II0 CM
Time louns 11)1011 eouaterala 120,012 15
Loans upon bonds and mortgages... 12,118 27
Invi ntnient 1 StoekH.bondH. 1
aaenritiaa - &c 21,UD SO V MJM 63
owned, viz.: M'teagee., 112.161 u;i
Ileal eatate, furniture and nxtnrea, ni.72i 66
Safe deposit vaults Su.Utin nu
Capital RfoNt paid in
, ,625(1.000 no
Undivided protlts, les expenses and
Deposits rabject toebeok
Duo to bonkl and hunters
Commercial and other paper or se
Amount Trust Pnndl invested 8 41,1150 66
Amount Trust Funds uninvested '-'.(iila 73
s 10,42a a
Beport In dotnil of above securities has
been madoto C. II. KlIl'MBHAAlt, Superin
tendent of Hanking, as culled for.
Ktuto of Penneylvanla, county of Lneka
1, Henry J. Ar.di rson.vice prest.of the nbove
n lined company, do solemnly swear that the
a iove statement is true to "tlin best of my
knowledge and belief. (Signed)
11. J. ANDERSON, Vlce-Prest.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 5th
day of June, 1804, (Signed
F. L. HITCHCOCK, Notary Public.
(.Signed; W.M. T. SMITH, 1
B. T. BLACK. Directors.
GEO. BANDEBSON, 1
Best in the market.
OFFICE. Cinghamton. N.Y.
FACTORY: ilrandt, Pa.
Brandt Clay ProductCo.
FOSTER & CO,
Finger Tipped Silk Gloves
Modes, Tans, Slates and
MCE 75c. and $1
VJ I . - - , - . .
to another pair free of chame in
tips wear out before the gloves.
COR. LACKAWANNA AND AD AM 3
See our FIFTEEN DOLLAR Solid
Oak Bedroom Set?
We sell Furniture as cheap as
any house iu the country that in
tends to givo honest value for the
money. Try us.
Hull & Co.
20B AHD 201
IROM and STEEL
WILEY & Kl sslli, AND WELLS BROS
Wholesale and retail dealers' in Wagonmakors' and Blacksmithi'
LOUIS B. SMITH
Dealer in Choice Confections and Fruits.
BREAD AND CAKES A SPECIALTY.
FINEST ICE CREAM
1437 CapousG Avenue.
Now Going On.
Do you have
Opp. Cowl; Housa.
R. R. SPIKES
l PAllI.OUS OPRN FROM 7 A.M. TO 11 P.M.
- tiPEOLAL ATTENTION QIVUN TO SUP
(PLYINU FAMILIES WITH ICE CHE AM.
Givo us a call and tell us what
you think of the many changes
and improvements. Paper and
paint have wrought wonders, but
A Brand New Stock
And our new Cash System have
done much more that i, perhaps,
of greater interest to you. Prices
have dropped and qualities have
have gone up. Thai's the case in
a nutshell, but you may want
more tangible proof of this. If so,
you'll find it at the store. Look
in our windows.
Call Dealer In Diamonds, Watohei,
.ion Wry. Ela.
Cor. Penn Ave. and Sprocs St.
Ladies Who Value
I A refined complexion moft nno Pononl'a Pow-J