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TIIE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING. JUNE 12, 1894.
Tho following Utile gives the per
centages of the clubs, together with
the numbor of gsmt won an J lust by
Bacb, iiuJ their standing in thu cham
pionship rnca :
Won. Lost. r.r C't.
Ilarrisbnrs. 'J3 7 ."07
Allontowii n 11 .DM
iln.letOD 15 13 .MO
Beading U 15 .4SS
Bcrantoii 13 17 .414
Altoutm 11 17 .aU
Pottsville 8 10 .'Mi
Easton 7 15 .318
SCHEDULE Foil TODAY.
Alleutowu nt Scrsnton,
Easton ht Hsslston.
l'ottsvillf at IlarriBburp.
R-ailiug at Altoonn.
ALLENTOWN TOOK the first.
The Old Guard Had No Trouble Difoat
ins Swif.'j Men.
We wero aitti j)ty outplayed yester
day. That was all.
Kelly and his Allentown "'Old Guard"
niad any (iiiautity of errors, bat they
bud away of smashing tho ball ri'ht
ou the uoso th.it made Mauager --wilt
vluke his had dubiously whenever he
looked ut Rid Sweater Dor.iu,
The game was lojt iu the first ln
Ding. Wool was sent lo buvi ou balls
acd old S.iui Wise to vary the monot
ony of the thing knocked out a bus
bit. King Kelly followed suit and to
did old i'eto Browning. Douobua by
Way of further varieiy instead of uiak
ing a singh, hit the sphere for two
bases. Miiligun and I'ostello were put
out aud then Sweeney aud Kilroy
uddvd two more singles to the total.
Sweeney was put ou". at third, but the
lulling had netted live runs for Alleu
towu and the ice wagons were content
to let the Scrantou boys tako another
turu at the willow.
DOBAN SOT gPFECTlVl
Dunn seemed to be a very easy mark
for Kelly's men in that lirstinuiug. It
appeared that wherever they shoved
their hat it was sure to come into con
tact with the bail. The hits were hard
and low uud every one of them
counted. Iu the second inuiug Dorau
oltaiued better control of the ball and
struck out Wood and Wise, Kelly re
tiring ou a lly to Siallz
In the third lirowuiu led off with a
single, Dononus msus u hit of similar
bizn but MilligM died on a fly tobtaltz.
(Joitelloevt-nsd matters lor him with a
double and Sweeney was the next man
to get in a single but Went out at
eeco::d on Kilroy's foreed hit. The
latter was put out trying to steal
BfCond. Throe rune more were added
to the Allentowu score as tho result of
Ldng Tom Flanagban weut in the
box In the fourth anil was very wild at
the outset, giving Wood aud Wise
bases ou balls Tnoy scored on Kelly's
double. That euded tho scoring for
that spusm. Flanagban had gotten
his arm warmed up and the result
was that no runs were secured by the
Visitors in the fifth, sixth or s-venta.
MOKE KINS IN THE EIGHTH.
In the eighth the "old guard" struck
another batting str ak and ou singles
by Wood. Wis and Kelly i,ud a dou
ble by Drowning two runs were scored,
and only Kelly'a lameness prevented at
least one more run from being brought
home. That made a total of twelve
runs secured by the visitors.
Scranton'a first run was made in the
opening inning. An error by Kiug
K-lly allowed Hogan to reach first, and
by clsver base running and the assist
ance of a sacrifice hit he scored. Iu
tne stcond Massey scored on errors,
ind in the fourth Phslan made a homo
ruu. Tho fifth netted two runs and
the seventh one. In the eighth aud
ninth tne tome team was not able to
jrot a man across the marble. Tho
score in detail:
K. 11. PO. A. K.
Hogan. c f a i l o o
Wet I, s-i 10 3 10
l'n chen, c 0 2 8 3 1
hMltz, 1. f 0 0 .1 a 0
Pbelan, :;u 1 3 3 5 o
Massey, lb I U t 1 0
Westlake, 3b..; 0 0 1 4 0
Biggins, r. f ii o o o o
Dornn, p li o n o 0
Flanagban, u o o 0 o o
Total 0 5 M 13 1
n. H. I'd. a. E.
Wood. 1. f 3 1 1 n u
Wisp, 2b 3 3 4 0 1
Keliy, 3b 1 4 0 3 8
Browning, lb 3 3 u 2 o
TloiK'hiie, c. f 2 3 1 0 1
jliiligan, c h o 3 2
V'osti Ho, r. f 1 2 2 0 0
riweeney, s.h n 2 4 5 3
Kilroy, p 0 1 1 3
Total 13 17 27 14 10
ForantJH 1 1 0 1 2 0 1 0 06
Allentown 5 0 8 2 0 0 0 3 x 12
Earned runs SerantaD. 1; Allentown, 8.
Twu bate hits Kelly, Browning, Dono
hoe, Costello. Home runs Pholnn. Sacri
fice bits WVtzeJ. Stolen basses Massey,
Westlake, fJiggius. Double plava Milli
pan to Sweeney. Struck out liy Duron,
2; Flanagban, 61 Kilroy, 1. First baso on
balls Doron, 1;. Flanagban, 3; Kilroy, 3.
Passed balls Patchen, 2. Time 2.U5.
OTHER STATE LEAGUE RESULTS.
At Harrisburg -Barrltbflrg,
. .2 0 0 0 0 5 1 1 0 9
Pottsvillo 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 2 05
Ilits Harrisburg, 13; Potteville, 11. Er
rors ilarrisliurg, B Pottavdle. 7. bat
teries Spregel and Wente; Wilson and
Ulgsins. Umpire- Mitchell.
Ilnzleton 0 4020200 0 8
Ea.-tou 0 2 1 0 6 1 4 3 0-17
Bits Haalelbn, 7; Easton, 17. Errors
Hazletou, 10; Easton, 3. Uatterles Ely,
Fee and Sharp; Kimball, Fleming aud
Altoona 1 00080011000 5-11
Beading 0 000300120001-7
Hits Altoonn, 10; Kra:llng, 11. Errors
Altoona, 5; Reading, 11. Batteries
West and Cote; lthoados and Uoodhart.
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Hrnoklyu 4 8 0 4 0 0 1 0 X 12
Cincinnati l 0120220 8-11
Hits Brooklyn, 15; Cincinnati, 15. Er
rors Brooklyn, 2; Cincinnati, 13. Bat-
teriss Kinslow and Laotian oa; Dwyer
and Murphy. V apirt Swartwood.
At New York
New York 0 5200001 x 8
Louisville 0 1 u 3 0 0008
Hits New York, 7; Lmisville, 4. Errors-New
York, 8: l.,ouiHvilie, 5. Batter
ies Kutsie aud Farrell; Hemming and
Urim. Umpire Emslie.
Boston 0 2 0 4 0 1 0 0 2 It
Chicago 0 110 10 3 1 714
Hits-Boston, 16; Chicago, 20. Errors
Bostou, 4; Chicago, 7. Batteries Stivetts
and Qaniel, Terry aud Kittridge. Umpire
Philadelphia. .3 0 4 0 0 0 1 0 0-7
PittBburg 0 0002200 04
Hits-Philadelphia, 18: Pittsburg, 0. Errors-Philadelphia,
2; Pittsburg, 5. Bat
teries Weyhiug aud Cross; Klllen aud
Mack. Umpire Lynch.
Baltimore 0 4 1 0200007
Cleveland 0 3000403 x 9
Bill Baltimore, 18) Cleveland, 10. Er
rorsBaltimore, 4; Cleveland, 1. liattor
it'. Brown, Mil. lane and Kobiuson; Young
ana Zimmerman, Umpire UcQuade.
Washington O 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0-2
!St. Louis.... 0 00000100 1 13
lilts Washington, 8; St. Louis, 5. Er
rors, Washington, 3; St. Louis, 0. Batter
in Man! and McUuire; Clarksou aud
Peitz. Umpire Hurst.
EASTERN LEt CUE.
Troy, 5; Buffalo, 8.
Bpnngfleld,18 Wilkes-Barre, 4.
ProviJenoe, 8; Uingnamton, 3.
Syracuse, 3; Erie, 13.
GLINTS FROM THE DIAMOND.
Tho West Side Stars defeated tln Tontb
struct Stars Saturday by a score of 31 to 1.
The American Stars defeated the Cash
Buys by a score of 'J to 10 on the l'enu uvo
If Flanagban bad been put in the box at
the opening of the game We would in all
probability have won yesterday.
Haion, Haaleton'S third baseman, played
his last (jaino with that club iu Saturday.
He intends to retire from the uiatnoud.
A little less talk ou tho part of "tho
King ' and more work would be less fatigu
ing to predators. Alleutowu Chronicle.
New York ha offered 11,000 .for tho r.i
lease of short Stop Bweeney, of Allen
town. He is a brilliant fielder, but a
somewhat weak hitter.
Anson mado his first error on Tuosday.
and he had played in uiueteeu games ana
secured uiueteeu assists. Tua "old man"
isn't out of the game by a jugful.
Is Johnny Ward contemplating retiring
from second base? His reported efforts to
get Alderman Cbilds from the Cleveland
club tnaae it look that way. Boston Her
ald, The Young Scrantons challenge any club
under 13 years of age. It is composed of
W. Cami'bell, c.i W. Mats, p.; J. Wilson,
ss.: T. Nealio, lb.; J. Kelly. Sb'j J. Walsh,
b.; W. Gibbons, r. !.; P. Kelly, c. f.; D.
Campbell, l. f. ; a. Kearns, s. c.
King Kelly had a good deal of fun yes
terday at the eipeuso ot Pete Browning
who had been taken in from the Held to
cover first. Strange to sav Pete did not
seem to bo pleased at being honored as the
target fur tho Kind's squirts of humor.
Massey was neatly fooled by Kelly in
the sixth inning yesterday. Tho King
wn on first and Drowning Knocked au 111
lieid hit which was thrown to Massey, To
prevent a double play Kelly instead of
m niugto second when the ball was hit
stood close to the first boy. As soon as
Browning was pot out Kelly shoved his
foot on the bag and whn Masssy awoko
he discovered that the King was safe. It
wa.oueof the neatest bits of play ever
seen iu this city.
CF INTEREST TO CYCLERS.
A club hss been organized iu Great
Btnd which will participate iu the pa
rade. 'the West End Clnb, of Wilkos-Barrp,
promise to send nt least forty members to
take parti:: tho parade.
The club lnukiuj the finest nppparance
in the parade will be presented with a val
uable silver water pitcher and goblet.
Amoug the entries received on Satur
day was one from John ,f. McLoughiin, of
Columbia, this state. He enters in class B.
Tho WiUiamsport Bicyclo dub will come
to tbe meet tOM held hero 011 July 4 iu
special cars bunriug handuirjo banners
advertising tho meet.
Joseph J. Dever, a Philadelphia bunk
clerk, is lo iked upon as the coming wiu
ner of tho state championship in the class
A races to be held here.
Considerable rivalry exists between tho
Oreeu Ridge and Beranton clubs in rela
tion to the iiorthenstern Pennsylvania
championship. Each club has 'strong
riders who hope to carry tho prize.
Among thn well know n rncesa who will
bo here are W. W. Tails and A. I). Ken
nedy, of Chicago. The latter is rapidly
forging to the front and 'is expected to
mnko a good record. Both ate entered for
clu-s B races.
An informal receptlou will bo tendered
the visiting wheelmen on the evening of
July 4 at tho club bouse ou Washington
avenue, Ou tho following day they will
be taken over the Erie railroad to Port
Jervis and from theuco for a run down
the Delaware valley as far as Water Gap
aud ptsslbly to Htroudsburg.
Tho Century Wheel club, of Philadel
phia, one of tho oldest and wealthiest
clubs in the state, promise to send n dele
gation of about sixty members to the meet.
fhOT will contest lor a prize for tho club
having the largest number of wheelmen
in litin in the parade on tho morning of tho
Fourth. The prizo is a handsome Wfttoe
color valued at J50.
Tho world's road cycling record for '.4:1
miles was imasbed by five men in a learn
contest last Saturday afternoon for the
ten-mile bicycle championship of Union
county, N, J. Tho race was run over the
Elizabeth-Springfield course. Tho first
man to finish was William Bettuer, whose
time was 37 minutes 17 4-5 seconds; James
Willis was second, iu 27 minutes, 1 sec
onds; A. II. Harnett third, iu 27 miuute',
IS 1-5 seconds; A. N. Lnggren fourth, 2i
minutes, 18 2-5 foconds; aud G. H. Davy
fifth, in 27 minutes 25 seconds. The
world's record as 27 minutes 1'0 seconds,
made lust year by James Willis over the
MISCELLANEOUS SPORTING NEWS.
That Cornell dees not proposo to be left
behind iu the foot ball ranks till sensou is
demonstrated by orders issued by Captain
Dyer calling upon tho men to train duriug
The only sottled ring evout of note
winc h the sport ing fraturulty have to look
forward to now is the match botween
Walter Edgerton. the "Kentucky Rose
bud," and George Dixon, which is sohedulod
for Juno 20 at Boston.
The games committee of tho Amateur
Athletic union is seeking propositions for
holding tho annual fall championship
games scheduled for Sept. 15. The net
profits aro to bo paid Into the treasury of
the union, which is also to be guarauteed
As may bo expected, there are many
poople to be found nowadays who doclare
that it is a physical impossibility to run
100 yards iu tsu pecouds. Knmsdell's
wonderful victory at this distance In tho
intercollegiatss Is the cause for the revival
of this outcry.
Fivo days of Interesting tennis playlog
will bo witnossed by Philadelpbiaus, be
ginning teday. It will be the uccasiou of
the annual tournament of the Philadel
phia Cricket club for tho championship of
the United States. The tournamnut will
be under the auspices of the National
Lawn Tennis association.
Ou the night of Champion Corbett's boW
to a Parisian audienoe at tho Polite Ber
Berr, be met A a. Zimmerman, ohamlon
bicyclist, and Frank Ives, champion bil
liardist, behind the scene!). Tho three
American world beaters, during the
course of conversation, learu ed that each
one -was 87 years of ac, which made
them the three youngest champions in the
A pigeon shooting mutch for a purse ot
ISO IS on the tapis for i he Fourth of July
between Joseph Bevan and Emmett Sta
ger, of Aurtenred. These two gentlemen
are recognized as two of the bet shots it
the regiou and ho may therefore look fui
au exciting malcli. The match fs to take
place ut tho Green mountain n'nd each
man will shoot at six birds. Hazletou Sen
tinel. The prospect of au international boat
race between the crack crews of the Eng
lish and American universities is again oc
cupying the attention of college men. An
Ithaca authority savs there is good grouud
for belleviug that the winner of tho Har-Vard-Yale
race will row Cornell, and that
the best crew of the three will challenge
Oxford. The Englishmen aro averse to en
tertaining any proposal uutil some one
American crew has asserted its superiority
over all rivals.
Lord Eosebery's declaration of pride iu
the ownership of a pood race horse has
raised tho storm of indignant protest iu
ultra-moral circles of London that was to
havo been expected. A nou-Coiiforniist
minister has addressed a letter to the
Chronicle in which the writer says: "The
premier's utterances are bound to further
popupinzo au institution which is tho most
corrupt nud most dangerous of our na
tional life. The non-Conformist conscience
will not much longer tolerato a horso
racing prime minister." The Westminster
Qasette, commenting On the suggestion of
the premier's retirement from the turf,
says: "It is possible to imagine Lord Itose
bery retiring from politics, but it is im
possible to fancy his retirement from the
turf." Nevertheless the letter published
iu tho Chronicle is significantly typical of
many of the opinions expressed.
The Cornell 'Varsity crew haB been
shaken np in a manner unknown to those
i nt ho university. Hall, '04 who has filed
tbe responsible position of stroke of the
'Varsity crow for tho last two years, has
hi. en taken out of his old seat and moved
to Ho. 2. Freeborn, stroke of tbe fresh
man crew, was tried in Hall's place, and
although he did very well, the chnuces aro
that lYrcy Bobbins, '95, Will stroke the
race with Pennsylvania' He has neon
rowing at No. 3 aud last year sat at Ho. 4
iu tho victorious shell. Freeborn, "J5 was
taken from his old place iu the bow, aud
Tatem. of the freshniau crew, tried iu his
place. Freeborn, "J7, hss lately been row
ing at No. 8, aud it is altogether probable
that ho will remain there. Dyer, '1)5, who
has been lilliugseat So. 5 all the bciisou,
haB been taken out of the 'Varsity shell,
and now rows with tho freshmen. Every
one thought Troy, tho powerful carstnau
who captained the "J5 fresemen crew, was
sure of his position at No. 0, but ho bus
be?n given a short vacation. Ho may get
a trial at Dyer's old place, No. 4. These
changes mean that tho men havo not beou
doing the work they ate capablo of, in
sumo cases, and in others that they could
not row last enough for four miles.
Wlin 83 Many people aro taking and
deriving benefit from Hood's Sariiaparilla,
why don't you try it yourself ? It will
build you up. Hood's Sarsaparilla will
make you strong.
Hofd's Fills cure nausea, sick headache,
indigestion, biliousness. Try a box.
Tbo Hillside Coal aud Iron Company Fire
department, elected tho following able
officers Friday evening; President, J, D.
Caryl; foreman, J. F. Gallagher; first as
sistant foreman, B. E. Banoall; second as
sistant foreman, John Melviu; pipeman,
W. X. Uess; first assistant pipeman,
John Meddleton; sec6nd assistant pipe
man, Johu Pohrou; third assistant pipe
man, Frank Jleddletou: secretary, Joseph
White) teamster, Chris Wirta; assistant
teamster, Samuel J. Juuitigs.
A board of trade was organized in At
torney L P. WeJoiuau's office Friday
evening. The meeting was well attended
and a great interet manifested. The fol
lowing (flicera were elected: President,
John M. Brown; recording secretary, H,
A. Purple; corresponding secretary, Benja
min Maxey, jr.; first vice-president, Bu
jstiuu iluxey, sr.; second vice-president,
llev. J, C, llogsn; tieasurer, Henry Bux.
Different committees were appointed after
which the meeting adjourned to meet
next Friday evening.
The eloctrie dynamo and motor that wai
used for the lighting of tho Presbyterian
cnurch, was too small and is beiug re
placed by a larger motor and dyuamo from
BiiiKbumlon, N. Y. The dynamo is three
horse power and will mpply thirty-five
P. H. Clifford, Now OaneL Wis., was
troubled with neuralgia and rheumatism,
his stomach was disordered, his liver was
affected to an alarming degree, appetite
fell away, aud ho was terribly reduced iu
lie.sh and strength. Thtoo bottles Of Elec
tric Blttortcnred fcim.
Edward Shepherd. Harrisburg, 111., had
a running sore on his leg of eight yeais'
standing. Used three bottles of Electric
Bitten and seven boxes of Buck leu's
Arnica Halve aud his log is sound and
well. Johu Speaker, Catawba, ()., had
live lnreo lover sores 0:1 his leg, doctors
said ho was incurable. One bottle Electric
Bitters aud ouo box Buckleu's Arnica
Isalvo cured him entirely. Sold by Mat
Jolly Tom Smith, as he was called, was
laid at rest in tho Montrose cemetery on
Sunday. Tho Four Brothers post, Grand
tmy of the Republic, of whicu ho was a
metnbet, attended tho funeral in a body.
Childien'l Day, or Floral Sunday, was
celebrated in the Presbyterian church last
Sunday. At ths morning service sixteen
children were baptized.
Work ou a now walk iu front of H. P.
Bead's store has been commenced.
Montrose Fire company No. 2 gave n
:h last Saturday evening; timo from the
list nliirui until the water came through
the pipe three minutes nnd twenty 160
ouds. The coupliugs on the hose wete
found to to in an imperfect coudition, nnd
the councilmou have ordeted it put in
shape. Sherman & Taylor aro doing tho
Tho band concert will be given next
E. C, Fordhain is able to get oat after
au illness of several weeks,
ttiite a number of Moutrosers attended
the Aycrs-Miller wtdding iu Eathropou
Iceman D. V. Gardner has struck upon a
plan by which his cnsionn rs can hear his
wagon coming n half mile distant. An oid
fashioned cow bell fastened to the tongue
of thu wagon dues the ringing act in tine
ADOLI Lai.Loz, carriage manufacturer,
110 Carroll street, Buffalo, N. Y., states;
I was troubled with nausea of the stomach,
sick headache aud general debility. Bur
flook Blood Bit ters cured me.
STOCK IR'I.DNUS' MEETTXtl.-i HE AN.
nual meeting of stockholders of thu Wyo
ming shovel works for the election of oiii
ci rs and thy consideration of such other busi
ness as may be brought beforu them will bo
held at the office of the company in f-arsnto;i,
on Saturday, the pith day of Jane, lfcUl, from
10 tu 11 o'clock a. 111.
N. O. KOBEKTMON, Secretary.
HLANK BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, MAO A
zines, otc, beuud or rebound at Tin;
'J nun m: utllcu. (juiek work. Heaaoimblu
M"EAL TICKETS CAN HE H.Vf) AT 144,
. corner Spruce street him! Franklin ave
nue. Twenty meal tickets for $S.W. Good
(JEAI.EI) FUOl'OSALS WILL BE HE
t5' cotved at the t'ity Aseessor'B oflice up to
Juno lfltb, 10 a.m., lMfi, for prlntiiie, hii.dinir,
etc,, 42 assessment books for fear 1KU5. Hum
pies of paper, etc , can bo aeon at their office.
The board ruaorvus tne right to reject any and
By order of tho board.
Per Ubohoe Hkusneo, (Jurk.
Tanfs of all kinds cost that much, ra
ttpt .Situations f anted, whieh are instrtm
O ny a young uinn of experience. Best of
reference, oUdress, Bartender, Box 3112,
.Montros , Pa.
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will pay SIS a week und expenses.
A a. BAKNKs, Conway House,
'invo ok THREE RELIABLE MEN CAN
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church Three-quarters ot a mile from sta
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white on under part of body and ou end of
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IN T HE COUB OF COMMON PLEAS OF
I Laekswanua County, No. 121 March term,
Msrgaret Pepaard, nyber next friend etc ,
is WiUniui H. Peppard, to William H. Pep
pard, respondent: You will please take notice
that the court nas grunted a rule to show
cause, if any you have, why Margaret Peppard
should not be divorced from the bonds of
matrimony entered into with you, according
to the prayer of tho petition tiled iu said
court. Rule returnable to next Argument
I'ublicati n of this notice Is made Isicanse
persouul service cauu'-t be had upon von.
JOHN m Harris,
Attorney for 1 Ibellaut
IN RE: INSOLVENCY OF DAVID KANE.
1 In Uie Court o'.' UomtUon Plea, of Lacka
wanna county. N .'. 5ft'. May term. Ih!i4
Notifo is hereby given Chat Monday, .Turn
28th. 1SH4 at I o'clock, a. in , in open court,
has been fixed as the lime atid place for final
hearing of above named petitioner s applica
tion for diacbarg as an Insolvent debtor.
O. C. NEWCOMB, Attorney.
IN HE: INSOLVENCY OF HANNAH
I Wosls. In the Court of Ceminou Pleas of
Lackawanna county, No 7 , May term, 1HUI.
Kotice is boreny given that Monday, June
l!"th. ISH4. at 9 o'clock a. ui., In opon court, has
been fixed as the time and place forbearing
above named petit oner's application for dual
discharge as au m-olveut debtor.
E. c NEWCOMB. Attorney.
TN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEA8 FOB
X tbe county of Lackawanna in thomatter
of the diisolntiou of the South Lincoln Coal
company. No. 2, May term. lJl.
Notice Is hereby given tlial the South Liu
coin Coal Company filed its petition in thn
Court of. Com moil I'leoBof i.iickawanna coun
ty on tho Nth day of March, lsi'4. praying for
a decree of dissolution! aud that the court
ms fixed April ,sU ls'.n. at u o'clock . m, for
hearing such aj plication for dissolution. whsn
and Where all persons interested can attend If
they deem it expedient aud show came
a.-alnst the granting of th t rayor of aaid
petitioner. JAMES W. OAKFORD,
Eolldtor for Petitioner.
Of tie Pomphrey & Morton Stock Is
Great Slaughter oi 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 uever heard of in your liie. Come early, before assortment is broken.
onnolly &, Wallace
LAD IRS! D yU Wear Silk Gloves- Do
trouble with the finger tips wearing out?
It can be avoided. By buying the
Kayser Patent Finger Tipped Silk Gloves
Black, Modes, Tans, Slates and Greys.
PRICE 75c. and$I
They are sold with a guarantee ticket in each pair, en
titling the customer to another pair free of charge in
any case where the tips wear out before the gloves.
CONNOLLY & WALLACE 209 !K2 AVIL
By the most experienced workmen in the city.
NO FANCY PRICES.
THE SGRASTON BEDDING GO.,
COR. LACKAWANNA AND ADAM 3 AVENUE.
REPOItT OF TIIE CONDITION
LACKAWANNA TRUST AND SAFE
of 404 Lfiekiiw.'inna evonuo, Scrunton, Leek
Hwnnna county, Pennsylvania, at tbe close
of biuinoss. Mm HI, lsut:
Cash on hand ) 2S.440 88
Cheeks snd other cash items 2,843 88
Due from banks and bankers iU i'SO 111
Commercial and other paper owned 2S8,8fi7 l
Call loans upon cOUstsriUS Zi.JilXI (10
Tune loans upon collaterals l'Xnl- 15
Loans upon bonds aud lnortgaRes. . . 1&11S 'B
Invehtineut I btocks.bouds. I
securities Jic $11.51,131) l 303,21)5 03
owned, viz.: ( It 'tltSires. . llilll'i 03)
Heal estate, furniture aud fixtures, 34,721 H
Safe deposit vaults 30,00) uO
Overdrafts 181 04
Capital stock paid 111 52.71,000 00
Surplus fund 50,000 00
Undivided profits, lcs expemies and
t.ixes paid 31,275 71
Deposits subject to cheek 684,070 37
Deposits special 01,00 3"
Duo to banks and bankers ,704 15
Commercial and other paper or se
curities pledged .. None
Bills payable None
Amount Trust Funds Invested $ 4i,33fl 52
Amount Trust Funds uninvested.. .. L'.mjj 73
? )ii,4'.'2 25
Report in dc t n 11 of abovo securities has
been made to O. H. KUl'JII'.IIAAU, Superin
tendent of Banking, as called for.
State of Pennsylvania, County of Lacka
1. Henry J, Anderson, viee prest. of tho above
n mod SOinpstty, ilo solemnly SWMT that the
a iove statement Is true to the best of my
k ibwledfre and belief, ffliened)
II. J. ANDERSON, Vlco-Prest.
Subseribod and sworn to before uio this 5th
day "f June, 18M, f.Si;ned)
F L. HlTi'llCocK, Notary Public.
Correct Atteat: -tSituod;
M. T SMITH, I
R. T. BLACK. 1 Directors.
(JEO. SANDERSON, (
Best in tho market
OFFICE: Dinghamton. N.Y.
FACTORY i lirandt. Pa.
Brandt C!ay ProductCo,
FOSTER St CO,
See our FIFTEEN DOLLAR Solid
Oak Bedroom Set!
We sell Furniture as cheap as
any house in the country that in
tends to give honest value for tho
money. Try us.
Hull" & Co.
205 UD 207 1Y011KG AHE.
WILEY & RUSSELL AM W E'lLS TIROS.
Wholesale and retail dealers' in Wagonmakerj' and Blacksmiths'
LOUIS B. SMITH
Dealer in Choice Confections and Fruits.
BREAD AND CAKES A SPECIALTY.
FINEST ICE CREAM
1437 Capouse Avenue.
Now Going On.
R. R. SPIKES
( PARLORS OPEN FROM 7 A.M. TO 11 P.M.
1 SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO SJP
( PLYINli FAMILIES WITH ICE CRBAJI,
Givo us a call and toll us what
you think of the many changes
and improvements. Paper and
paint bave wrought wonders, but
And our new Cash System havo
done much more that i perhaps,
of greater interest to you. Prioes
have dropped ami qualities have
have gone up. That's tho case in
a nutshell, but you may want
more tangible proof of this. If ao,
you'll linil it at tho store. Look
in our windows.
Cash Dealer in Diamonds, Watolim,
Cor.Penn Ave. and Sprues St.
For purity, and for improvement of ths com
pletion, nothing equals Possoki's Powder.