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TI7E SCHANTON TOIBTOE-TIIFESDAY MOHNIKG. J1TNJ5 14, 1594.
Swift's Sluggers Capttura a dm; from' the
Btoittniisd E istoDiaas.
HAZLETON DEFEATS ALLESITOWN
Harrisburr; and Altoona tho Other
Winners of Yesterday's State League
Base Ball Contests Standing of
the Clubs in the Race for the Pen
nant City League Game National
and Eastern League Results Notes
of Interest to All Classes of Sport
dimes in the State
1 o ii g lie yesterday
did not obange uf
standing of m:y of
the clubs with tho
i se9DtioD or Scran
iim ileitis Heading
for fourth position
Kine Ki'llv met
tfitii doro it t tho lintulfl of Hnnlon'i
HillttOO liuns. while BWMlton, ilar
rismir.' ami Altoonu took ouch tgams
from Easton, Reading uinl PoitsvlUe
The following table gives the pr
bentagts of the clubs, togethaf with
the number of gameawonand lost by
each, an J their standing in tho chum-
plontblp rac t
Lost. Per C't.
SCHEDULE FOB today.
Easton at Beranton.
Allentown at Huzlpton.
Kadim; at Uiirrisbnrpr.
PotUVllle at Altoonn
EASTON WAS F.ASY FOR US.
Parka Man OottlS Da Nothing: with
Manager Parks' reconstructed Easton
club made it first a: pcarauce at the
tali park iu tuiH city yesterday after
noon, untl while it wai not strong
enouir'n to take u guTa from "our
pete," it played a very good g a ran of
ball and Menu destined, with judicious
buedlin.r, to make) u good showing in
the Scute leagus rae.
Long 'iota Flanaghsn pitched a su
perb gam", only fiv siugles twin? so
cured oil: of biui. He struck out xeveu
muii, Ha opened up by aiviur WiLle
base on balls, tho runner going to
tiiird on Pittchen's will throw to rc
ond. He soored on Helen's single Tho
Visitors did uot ei'oro aairi until the
sevvntb, when on mi error of VVest
lake'a and base bits by Moran, Walton
and Battam, they aecured two runs.
Duriug thw game tuey bad only tuirty
lour 111. u at the bat.
WOBI OF THH SCRANTON nOYS.
Edward Walton, of this, city joined
the aston club iwe yesterday and did
tht tack stop work for them. Hj made
a t;od impression. He is au ac:ivj
little fellow, a sure catch r.ud a i;oud
thrower of Inscs. He Iiad one of the
five singles the club made yesterday
and IJojf an, by one of his st'iisational
oatohes, cut oft what would have beeu
a two base hit for Walton.
Mark Morau, another Scranton
young mini, covered left field for
Beaton nud made two singles uud one
of the t!:ree runs his club is credited
with. In the eighth inning he pulled
dowu a fly from Hosun'a bat just as it
was sailing over bis head.
HOW WE WON THE GAME.
. Dnnn, the yotmif man who first ss
sny?d the role of pitcher for the visitors
evidently lacks what many talented
base ball Wl iters term ''ginger," for
want of n more explicit term, But
whether a shortness of ginger or absti
nence from tobacco,or natural aversion
for obeyenne pepper that caused it,
certain it is that Mr. Dunn was an easy
mark for the Swlftttta,
In the first Inning he gave Ilogan
nn Wetzel bases on balls and followed
it up by nllo svln jr Staltz, Phelau and
Masfloy to secure singles, all o', which
were responsible for the two runs that
tho iuning netted.
FOUIl BUN8 IN THE THIltD.
Mr. Dunn was moro sucoisful in
the second, but in tho third the home
slupgeri again opened cn him, and on
a base on balls to Wetzjl and bits tiy
Patchen, Phelan, Mansey and West
lake securod four runs.
A youug man named Kimball was
substituted for Dunn iu the fourth in
ning, the luttsr going to short and
Fonlkrod retiring from ttio game. Mr.
Kimball was inoro lUeoessful than his
predecessor. He was tonched up for
two runs in the fifth, but after held
our batcniun well in hand uud there
wiisno further run-making.
Yis'.erday'S victory enabled ns to tie
Reading for fourth place. The scare:
Bi B, ro. A. K.
Kogan, c. f 0 n a u o
Wetzel, Si 8' il 0 0 1
Patoben, c l l 0 a i
Staltz, It 1 1 I 0 o
Phelan, Kb 2 8 4 1 0
Massey, lb 8 3 4 o o
Vestbke, 3b 0 1 0 2 1
Rogers, r. f 0 0 0 0 0
Flftunghau, p n u 0 2 o
Total 8 11 27 8 3
n. h. ro. A. E.
Weilsle, c. f 1 0 2 0 1
Foulkr'd, ss 0 0 0 2 0
kBasen, 3b 0 l 3 a i
beUney. b o o 2 2 1
Pluck, lb 1 (1 13 0 1
Morau. 1. f 1 2 1 l i
Walton, c 0 13 2 0
Batumi, r. f 0 1 1 o 0
l'unn, p., ss 0 0 2 5 0
Kimble, p 0 0 0 0 0
Total 3 5 27 15 5
Scranton 8 0402000 0-8
Easton 1 0000 0 20 0-3
Earned runs Scranton 4, Easton 1. tiac
ridee bits Patchen, Westlake, Rogers.
Hit by pitcher Flansgban. Stolen bases
Ilogan 2, Wetzel 8, Phelan 2, Massey,
Weible 2, Moinn. Doubl play Patchen
to Phelan. Struck out Uy Fianaglian 7,
bv Dnnn L First bs? on halls By Flana
ghau 3, by Dunn 4. Time 1:35. Umpire
OTHER S T A 1 1 LEAGUE GAMES.
Hazleton 1 0 2 4 0 1 0 0 3-11
Allantown ... .8 ooooosoi-e
Hits Hazleton. 13; Allentown, 12. Er
rors Halle. on, 1; Allemowu, 3. liat
1 cues Ely and -ioore, Donoghuo and
At Hairlsborg -
Harrieburg. ..0 10 14 8 10 010
Readiug I il 1 I 1 2 0 0 2-9
Hitu iiarrlsbnrg, 14: Reading, 14. Er
rSrs Harris bnrg. ; Reading &; Batteries
Me timy ud Wente; .lones aud Uood
Altoona 2 0 0 2 1 1 0 2 19
Po'.tsvillo 0 ,0 0 0 4 0 0 27
Hub-Altoona, 1S Pottevtlle, 17. Er
rors Altoona, 1) Pottsvllle, 3. Batteries
M est. bclielblo aud Cote; Clure aud Dig
gius. Umpire Corcorau.
ANOTHER FOR ST. THOMAS CLUB.
It Defeated th Olyphaut Browns, J.
On the James Bjys grounds, nt Pine
P.rook yesterday ufteruoon, the St.
Thomas College club defeated tho
Drowns, jr., of Olyphant. i
It was an interesting contest, the
features being the one banded catches
by Cneiok ami Oieary. The score in
detail is as follows:
sr. tiiomas. I nnowN's. jr.
n. il. o. A r. it. n. o. A. U.
i t i
Bar'att,8b.l i l l i
I'li inV. 3 i (I 1
Wvlsli'U.l 1 0 i
Oillisoie.cO 0 4 2 0
Burke, ot.l o n " 0
UoBalcasO 0 0 0 2
Roe, If.... (I 10 0 2
8'erld'D,rfl 1 i U o
P'tgr'w,lteO 10 0 0
1 S 2 II
I 0 ii
Wler, f...U 1110
Welsh, D..o 2 o o o
Lynott,lb.O 15 0 0
Jrhen,rf.2 0 0 0 (I
Baddy, of .o o o o 1
Dugau, tpjt 1200
Total. .If 13 17 6 J Total... 0 10 18 ti 8
St. Thomas I o n o 0 1-15
lirowns. Jr 2 0 2 1 0 0 18
Eiaraod runs- st, ThowaSi 7; Brown jr.. 8.
Threo-base lilts-Dit.-ituu. Welsh, passed
balls-Glllesple, 1; Hart. 3. Wild pitches
WvIhIi, i. lut by pitcher Welsh, 1 1 Oloaryj
l. Bases on balls Welsh. 1. deary, S. Btruok
out -Welsn, 1; Cieaiy. 2. '1'tme-l.lj. Liu
pires Fitagerald and Qilllsple,
ANOTHER FOrt SCRAN70N B07S.
Defeated WyoiTilna; Seminary Team al
j : . . m Yesterday.
The Young Men's Christian Associa
tion club played Wyoming Si miliary a
return game of ball at Kingston yes
terday afternoon and defeated the
young Bum by a score of 5 lo li.
Jayne, one of Princeton's pitchers,
was in the box for Wyoming, and Pos
ner for Scranton. Ths scire:
Y. M. C.A.
R, II. 0 s. .
M.P'n'r.p.0 0 0 2 1
Hoffn"r.lb.O 2 U 1 n
Bltt'h'der.S o n o o
Brooksb-O ! ! 1 1
Burdau ,cfl 1 s u o
J.Posnsr.oO 0 7 0 2
II. II. o. A. K.
Drum. !liO 1 M !
'ndlL8b 1 2 2 2 1
1 lorn ii, of a 2 2 0 0
Dorr la. o. 0 1
Rymer.rf 0 18 0 0
Jajrne, p. 1 0 2 2 0
King, as., a l 1 4 ii
Doran, rf 0 8 3 0 0
Core'n, If 1 2 10 2 1
8 ii 37 18 4
White. SS..1 1 1 4
Huie, ct.J 12 10
Allen, 31...U U 0 0 1
Total,,. 5 27 U 4
SCHAIJTON PftlNTf RS VICTORIOUS.
D.featod Thiir Wl!kea-Brre Erothren
on J h Laku U rounds.
The Printers' JJase Ball club of thi
eity defeated a team composed of
Hues-ll.srrs printers at tn Jolmsou
L.iki grounds yesterday aftsrnoon.
The Scranton battery whs Donnelly
and Jaiibon, and McMouigle and
Sbnrkey did th same service for
Wilkes-Barre, The score by Innings
Scranton 4 7 3 2 3 2 525
W illtej-ilnrre u 1 0 2 3 2 1119
During tne gams Garvin, of Wilkes
bnire, injtirsd his aukie and bad to rti-
tire. A retuiu gaiii will bd played at
vv UKee-iiarre July o.
Brooklyn 0 2 0 1 3 1 2 3 x 11
Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 25
Hits Brooklyn, it: Cincinnati. 11. !
rors Brooklyn. 3: Cincinnati. 5. Lat
teries Daub nml Kinsiow; Parrott jaud
llurphy. Umpire Stvartwoud.
At New York-
New York....l 0 203010 x 7
bonisvute i 001 11100 8
Hits Now York. 12: Lonisville. 8. Er
rors-New Yuri;, 5: Louisville. 3. Bstter-
ise R.isii nnd IVrrcll: Humming nnd
(.trim. Umpire Emslie.
Boton 0 000 2 000 0 2
CI icago 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 x 6
Hits Bostou. (I; Cliicatto. 9. Error.
Boston, 3; Chiriigo. 8. Batteries Con
naughton and Gauzoll: GrilUth and lvitt.
ridge. L'mpiie u'Rourkc.
Philadelphia.. 0 0010203 00
Pittsbuig 0 5000300 x 8
Hits Philadelphia. 10: Pittsbur.-. 8. Kr-
rors Philadelphia, 4; Pittsburg. 8. Bat
teries Carsey and Crussj Nicoll and Mack.
Washington ..0 2 1 0 fi 1 a n 0 ia
St. Louis 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 03
Hits Washington, 1t; St. Louis, 0. Er
rors, Washington, 3 Bt, Louis, 4. Batter
ies Esper and AiiUoire: iilenson noil
Buckley. Umpire McQaald,
Baltimore. 0 0120311 39
Cleveland 0 0000003 02
Hits Bdtimore. 19: Cleveland. 0. Er
rorsBaltimore, 0; Cleveland, 1. Batter
ies McMnbon and Robinson: Clarhsnn
and Zimmer. Umpire Stage.
Troy, 22: Binguanton, 15.
Springfield, 11; Bullalo, 9.
ProvitlonCf, 18 Erie. 4.
Syracuso, 2; Wilkes-Barre, 14.
ELKS AT LAKE ARIEL.
Soma of thi Atlantic and Aqiatio Fja'.-
uies of Thatr Excursion.
One of the f sutures of tlio excursion
to Luke Ariel, which is to b run by
8oranton Elks July 11, will oe tho hold
ing of crack races on an eighth of a mile,
track which Will bo put in sneciul read
iness for thi3 purpose. These races
will incindo bioyois matches, snrlntina
contests and other special events of
l. tre will be sculling matches on
the inks and also a divers' race, the like
of which has uot previously been soon
in this part of tho state. No exnente
will bo spared to make the occasion at
GLINTS FROM THE DIAMON0.
McUnaid, of Harrisburg, has boen sus-
pended for Insubordination.
Treasurer Vonderhost is renorted to
have said that if the Baltimore end m
good as fourth ho will ho pleased.
The Emmet Street Starlitrlita challpnuo
any club under 12 yeurs of ngo. John
v iison, capiuiu; u isarroit, Manager.
Buffalo has participated in the tvo loact-
C8t games of the seasou, lifteeu innings
with l.ne anu lourtoon with Syracuse
Hamburg, of Harrisburg, collided with
Third Baseman Humphreys in the Poits-
Villegame, and "Ham" is nursing a bad
ankle as u result.
4 Knusus City has a playing captain, man
ager, owner and president or tne club in
the person of Second Buseman Muuning,
the ex-L"Hgue player.
Theliianl must uot be counted out of
the chainiiionshli) race. When thnv w o
In 1888 and 1889 thoy were further bohind
tho leaders at this season of the year than
they uro now.
The Little Potatoes Hard to Peel yester
day defeated tho Little Tycoon, upicked
nine, by a score of 20 to 4. Tho Potatoes'
battery was Moyer aud McNinny: and the
Tycoons,' Tewkebury aud Rothermel.
The Cleveland L?ader announces thut
any good, reliable pitcher that ran win six
gamos a week ran find au engagement
with tho Cleveland club. That kiud of a
pitcher has yet to be, born, says tho Sport
While no notion has been taken it has
been airroVd bv the directors nf t.hn I.niiU-
I vilio Base Ball club to remove Manager
r, 'i ,.,. k . ,i - f .
uu i ii i i n low uajn
end the new manager may be iu charge
when ths club returns home.
Big Bill Brown, the National leaguor,
who guards first baso for tbu Wdkee-
Barres, acts like a bad mau at tho bat. Hh
Is iirobably the bl ;gejt man in the Basteta
lengae, and he goes at (ho ball as thougii
abla to semi every pound of wolght with
the bat. Buffalo Courier.
ilauuger Parks of Easton bad a confer
euce with Pitcher Began of tho Eureka
club, of Provideuce, yesterday. Mr. Re
tail could not go with tho club before tho
end of the month, nud Mr. Parks said lust
night that ho could not wait that loug for
him. Pitcher McMauauy was tuld to re
port nt Hazleton Monday, but fai'.od to do
so, ami Mr. Parks says he bus now com
pleted other arrangements.
Tho once famous "Buck" Ewing is no
liiuaer one ot the stars of the wue ball
arena. Ho at one time hold tho belt for
being tho best all-around player iu the
league, lieuiuu tne oat ua uaa lew equals,
ami no superr rs in catching, throwing,
battinj and base running. Now ho oc
cupies n position in the outfield of the
C eveland team, nnd judging from his
Word lately, lie win nave to uustlo to Uep
iiji with tlio "colls" iu l'atay Tobuau'a stu-
Harry Taylor, the young lawyer who
last year played ltrst ouielor tho orioles,
will rejoin the team next week. Hanlou
yesterday received a letter from him ask
ing if there was a placo for him on the
team. Ho was ordered to report as Boon
as p. stable. Taylor is a gooij all around
player. He will probably be put behind
tho bat to relievo Robinson. Sinro Inst
season Taylor has been practicing law iu
Biitialo. Ho is a graduate ol Cornell Uni
versity. Commenting on tho Saturday Easton
Beranton game, tho Easton Free Press
layst One of the features of the game
was the catch of a lino hit by Phelan in
tho ninth inning which enabled the lutter
to tnako a double play unassisted uud
probably kept Easton from scoring. At
the time Plock was on third and Morau
on second With nobody out. Tho same
paper laysi Easton Is endeavoring to
siu some good pitchers. Parks has (slo-
graphed for McManatuoe, n twirler from
Beranton, to join the team at lt.izleton to
day. MoMannroee was recommoudod to
Parks by centre-Holder Moran.
NOTES FOR fHI WMEELMEM.
The baby club of this section is that or
ganlzed In Great Bond last week. Thoy
win attend tne meet almost to n man.
The largest number of wheelmen thm
far seen at practice at the Driving park
were out on Monday evening. Several
Ureeu Ridge cyclers were also out.
An application for a number of entry
blanks was received from Aileutown yes
terday, ah entries should be svut to U.
B. Chase, 312 Lackawanna avonue.
Orders for grand Btand bo.ios hove been
received from Philadelphia, Aileutown,
Reading, Wtlkes-Harre aud Honesdale.
The tiret order came from the latter place.
The wheelmen who will be Lore from
E.iutou, Aileutown, Bothlebeni and Read
ing are accustomed to good roads, nud will
undoubtedly maks things interesting for
the riders from this part of the btnto who
enter contests with lliein.
G HAL SPORTING NOTES.
Arrangements were made for a cocking
main between Summit Hill nud Bhouan
doah birds to bo held at Lakeside on Julo
On Saturday evening P. F. lie.'ron, of
Mllnesville, and Eli Fritziuger, of Free
laud, tied a pigeon match for S300 a side,
The event will fake place at Froeluud ou
the morning of July 4.
Captain Paige and bis English crew of
twenty-five men received their discharges
from A. J. Drexel's steam yacht, tne Mar
garita, and left ber ill Philadelphia yester
day. An American crew ban beeu select
ed and will lake charge et the vessel to
day. Captain Dudley Brandt, formerly
of the steam yacht Wanda, will Ce the new
commarder, and Captain Sanford Minor,
of New Louden, a deep water skipper, will
"03 tho chiof officer,
Business With tho bicycle manufacture rs
has beon dropping otf the last few days,
April, Muy and Juno are tho host months
In which to sell bicycles, and tho sales up
to a few days ago exceeded expectations.
About three mouths ugo the express com
panies made a ra e to the bicycle manu
facturers, which has been a good thing for
both tho manufacturers and tho express
Companies, uud in the lust uinoty days
several thousand bicycles bnve boeu ship
ped by express.
The eighth nuuual handicap races nndor
tho auspices of the Pelican Athlotic olub,
of forest City, wiil be held July 4, to com
jnenceat 1 o'clock on the grounds near tho
Erie station. The programme of events
is as follows: First, Ui-yard race, opeu
to all comers, first prize tU becoud priro
2. Second, 510-yard rac., first prize 410,
eecond 14, Third, 75 yard sprint race,
prized. Pom tli, tug of war, ton mon on
each side, piize $5. All races will bs handi
capped on the grounds.
Tho all-around cbampiouship of the Am
ateur Athletic nnion of tho Uuitod States
will bo held JulyC-l, begiuuiugat 1 p. m.,
on tlio grounds of the New Jersey Ath
letic club at Bayouno Citv, N, J., and uu
der tho auspices of the Now Jersey Ath
letic club. Tho following is the order of
events: One huudred yard run, putting
10-pound shot, running high jump, 880
yard walk, throwing Hi-pound hammer,
pole vault for height, 120-yard hurdle (10
flights, 8 feet 0 inches high), throwing 50
pound weight for distance, rutiuiug broad
jump, 1-mile run. Tho entries will close
with James E. Sullivau, 211 Broadway, on
S. U. Clifford, Now Cassel, Wis., was
troubled with neuralgia aud rheumatism,
his stomach was disordered, his liver ws
affected to an alarming degree, appettte
ftil away, and ho was terribly reduced in
lltsh and strength. Threo bottles of Elec
tric Bitters cured him.
Edward Shepherd, Harrisburg, 111., had
a running oro on his leg of eight years'
btanding. Used threu bottles of Electric
bitters and seven boxes of Buck leu's,
ArnlCS Salve and his leg is sound and
weU. John Speaker, Catawbn, ()., had
ttve largo fever .-ores on his leg, doctors
said be was Incurable, One bottle Electric
Bitters and one box Buikleu's Arnica
Snlvo cured him entirely. Sold by Mat
Adoli Lalloz, earrings manufacturer,
no Carroll street, Buffalo, K. Y states i
l was troubled with nausea of ths stomach,
pick headache and genera) debility. Hur
t'ck Blood Bitters cored me.
O est for modern investors; 'a:'i:est dlvi
u ends on roeor.l; the American Svudieate
tabllshed ISHt conservative and reliable bank
reference; 10 to $1,000 inereasen riqii lly Oy
t ii'j plan; niunual of Information tree. A. O.
HAMILTON k CO., 8 Pacific avenue, Chicago.
17 STATE OP DAVID P. THOMB8L LATH
J i of tho city of i anton. omiuty of Lanka
wanna, stat" of Pennsylvanis, deoeassd.
Letters of r.rlministratlon upon the above
num il estate having been granted to thy un
Uersiijued, all poi sons havlui; claims or de
mands against the said eatato Will present
tie m for payment, and those indebted ihoreto
will plssse mjko Immedlato p:ivment to
MELBIOS H. I'ROMAS,
I HOC Church avenue, bcruutju, Pa.
W. OAY1.IUIO Thomas,
i I i
SPECIAL EXCURSION RATES
17th National Saengerfest
June 22 to 26, 1S94.
Affording the residents of SoMntou mid
Vlcln ty an excellent opportunity to visit
Now York and ita aurrcmndlug jiointB of In
terest at tho most delightful gumun of the
peelal excursion tickets from Scranton
will ho sold, good to no on any train Juno VI
to 21 inclusive nud to return until Juno SO In
clusive FARE FOB THE ROUND TRIP $4.33
tf ants of all Mndl cost that nivclk, n
ttpt Situation) II jnt0taMft or inatrta
CITUATiON WANTliU BY A YOL'NO
o man, who wants a porm inent position,
who Is Dot afraid of work; mutt have work at
once. Kolluble. llll'J Jaekion street, Scran
OITOATION WANTKD-BY A YCiUNG
Vj man. 6 years of age. driving delivery
Waion or apt lioueat work. Address A. L.
TBff pm offlee,
CJITUATION WANTED A8 BARTENDER
ij ny n young man of experience, Best of
reference, Address, Bartender, Box 1X12,
Muntros , Pa.
A LADY WOULD LUCE TO DO WAS BIND
- and irouletf at her home. - w 1 i ut -Vo
VVANThD-YOl'K'a MAN, 83, WAMb
lit,'ht position; has a knowledge of
shorthaud and hookkoopiuui Rood reference's
if required. Ad'iress A Tw., ibis oilico.
Ur ANTED A MIDDLE AUED WOMAN
wants washing or scrubbing by tho
day. Address .',11 Kr.imett street.
(J 1TI ' ATK I.V WANTED "-"by" A YOUNU
Vj mau is yearsold, as cl irk or bookkeeper;
plain writer and an urate at flgUNS Address
K. Ii. W No. ti lint' .-trout.
)'; IT in:; WANTED AS GROCERY
i clerk with tin ehanee of working up; no
bad luiliiis; ran luriiish wood refereuce. Ad
dr. ts V. i'.. I,-,;; ,sj, r,,i,tn,.,., p..,.
msnranes asperlsnoa as solicitor in
Lackawanna eounty; good indueumeuts to
right man. Address Dtt-JM Beta buildlno.
unomployod and Will work for SIH per
week, write MiieCuiinell Bros., 11 Franklin
str"c , Ttostou. Xui.
Helo Wanted Females,
" years to d j onauds for tho .house, lilij
1 ranklln avenue.
13 able psrsoQI can Hud lirst eluss b( nrd
with hiuiiII family In la ge, airy hoiiBO. Uot
and cold baths, free carnage to depot and
cliureli Thiwiiunrters of a mile from sta
tion. Healthy locality. Addri ss box ui,ciarU'
A Ave. Inquire of HENBYFittiT,
421 Lackawanna Ave.
CH)R SALE A 'viH'6uliAK'KH,
" ieo ri ii ..I i - . i i '.',,-!. ,l. ...... ..
large business. Call at 8M Pettn avenue.
rFO THE OWNEB8 OR REPUTED OWN.
ers or property Dounuing ana abutting
on loth tii.es of Pine Street between Wash
IngtOU and Olay avenues, In the Ninth ward ol
the city of Beranton, l'a.
Take notice that under tlio direction of
councils I will make, ihe aseessmonl for laying
sheet np!ialt pavement OU h concrete base on
Pine Street, from Washington to Jefferson aw
nue. and from Hadison to Clay avenue, and
ror laying stone block 'pavement on a eon
frets base OU l"iiie street from Jefferson to
Madison avenue; also for setting and reset
fmgpurb oaths said Pine street between
Washington and ( lay avenues, on Thmsdav,
the 21st day of June, A. D. Ism, at IU 0'eloos
a.m.. at my oltlce in tin Uunldpal building,
c.ty of Scranton, l'a., ut which time and plmu
yon may appear and be heard if von so de
sire. JOHLl'll p. PHILLIPS,
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MEAL TICKETS CAN BE HAD AT HI,
corner Bprues street and En.nklih avo
nue. Twenty uioal tickets for ja.J0. Uood
table boanl .
T OTS, HOD8E8I BEST LOCATION; 10
i-J per cent.: growing v,lus; livo In the
city; l'heapcr; better; don't be fooled) don't
uuow away your money; live m ar depots, lin
tels, churches, stores, theatres, doctors: don't
waste all your time and nunu in .-nr
Journeys 1 will sell Que loti on avenues
cheap. Call. W. GIBSON JONES.
mi Spruce street
U MtWi 81
Large Medium and
Choice Timothy and
Lawn Grass Seeds
Guano, Bone Dust
and Phosphates for
Farms, Lawns and
IDHT CONNELL CO.
I 1 u
Of New, Fresh Goods at the store of GROSS, FOSTER & CO.
Dress Goods, Silks,
Gents' Underwear, Hosiery and Gloves, Corsets, Cloaks,
Shirt Waists and Blouses and Several Hun
dred Other Articles.
These goods' Wre purofcftiecl sit SHERIFF SALE and the people ara benefited thereby.
No merchant to the world iu buygooflsin the regular way ami compete with our prices.
Tho reserved portion of this stock will bejplaoed on salo during this week.
THE MILLINERY DEPARTMENT will bo closed out for almost nothing to make room
for other goods.
So many come in the afternoon
aut to come In the morning, but if
for you will not have anothor chanco to get fresh goods for so littlo
LADIES ! Do you wear Silk G1ves? Do you have
trouble with the finger tips wearing out?
It can be avoided. By buying the
Kayser Patent Finger Tipped Silk gloves
Black, Modes, Hans, Slates and Greys.
PRICE 75c. and $!
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.
By the most
N. A. HULBERT'3
City Wlusio Store,
- W VOMI&tt A Vfc . 8CKAMTO&
DECKER BROTHBBI abb
K.HANICH & RAOtt 888B8S1
VH.Jl.i-Z it UAUKU
Six a is run atook of fi rtt-nl o
Best in. the market
OFFICE: DinKhiirnton. N.Y.
FACTO ATt Brandt, l'a
Dimes Are Like Dollars
-AT THE GREAT
of tie Pomirev
White Goods, Muslin
that there is scarcely standing room. It would bo mucb. moro pleas-
you can't como in the morning,
come: any time
FOSTER & CO.
experienced workmen in the city.
COR. LACKAWANNA AND ADAM3
Seoour FIFTEEN DOLLA1J Solid
Oak Bedroom Hetf
We sell Furuituro a3 cheap as
any house in the country that in
tends to give honest value for tho
money. Try us.
Hull 4 Co
205 AND 207
IRON and S
WILEY & RUSSELL AND
Wholesale and retail dealers' in Wagosmaken' and Blacksmiths'
LOUIS B. SMITH
Dealer in Choice Confections and Fruits.
BREAD AND CAEES A SPECIALTY.
FINEST ICE CREAM
1437 Capouse Avenue.
& Morton StOG
Curtains, Ladies' and
0pp. Court Housa.
R. R. SPIKES
WELLS Tift OS. SCREW
( PARLORS OPPIN FROM 7 A.M. TO 11 P.M.
1 SPECIAL ATTENTION OIVKN TO SUP
PLYIsTU VAHIUBS WITH ICE CHEAM.
Give ns 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 moro that is, perhaps,
of greater interest to you. Prices
have dropped and qualities have
have gone up. That's the case in
a nutshell, but you may want
more tangible proof of this. If so,
you'll find it at the storo. Look
in our windows.
Cash Dealer In Plsmonds, Watcho
Cor.Ponn Am and Jprnce St.
For purity, aad for lniprovoment of the com
plexion, nothing equals Poszom'a Powder.