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THE SCRAN TON TRIBUNE Fill DA Y MORNING. JUNE 15, 1894.
teg-.-j Mil Ml II
Reorganized EasUn Ciub Sustains Another
Defeat at the Hands of Scrantou.
Hazloton Literally "Paralyzes" King
Kelly's Antiquated "Have-Beens. "
Tie Between Reading and Jicranton
for Fourth Placp Unbroken Na
tional and Eea3tt'rn League Results.
City LaAgUI Scores Base Ball, Bi
cycle and News of General Sports
T, LENTO W N. bv rsa-
H hon of iti deitat y-
9 teiilny nt the bands
Aft of Ilia HazlHtoti"ii'
blea," Is rompi'll ' J
to hIiuik iU lODg
beld position of s c
nnfl pllCl v;ith Die
latter clob. Tli tia
and Seninton for
fourth pliict) pe-
tsirim unbroken, ttu former hiv.ntt
defi itetl Uarriibd"ra nnl t. lntter wU
nitnlittrvd at a of the tui medicine
to Button. Altoo-ja, Pottirtlle and
Btiton brin up the reer in tbu ordsr
The Wlor.iri!; table jrlnvi tlv. per
:entag of the ciu'i-K, together with
tie Hmt:K wo'.i au I lost oy eHcb, uud
their standing u the oboinpionihip
Won. Lost Vot C'i.
Hnrrltburg " 8 .788
Alleotown u .6W
Haxbton IS 13 ,c:i
Bcranton 18 17 .46S
Reading 15 17 .).'!
Alteon H is .4iu
Pottsvllle 9 is .888
Eaiton 7 18 .3sU
soBXDuui tot TODAY.
ScrauUii. at PottefUle (postponed amo,)
ONE MORE PROM EASTON.
?avk' Nw PltOber Givo a Vr7 Brisk
Eastern v.'a ineTr wttbio hsili'is
dietaneeof ''our pets" in the game :t
the park yesterday afternoon. It was
ffnoB an iaej walkover for tho bom
cnb that the pnni Iwcame very tire
some. Jisnricer Parks' nw pilohor, n boy
named slHIman, from Philadelphia!
arrived in tuw city at 1.30 yesterday
nfterpooD, an:I wm put iu to pitch. He
In a s"nth-paw tuirler, with sotuo
ood enrves and a fair amount of
tpetl,and will probably develop into
a clever pitcher, lie wa very much
excited yesterday and did not do biui
p If jintice.
'iu add to bid woes the twitn behind
him played an exceedingly Shgged
name. Second Busetuan Delaney par
ticularly .1 -:i:i:s-m-,.. isf himself by
errors that wuuld have disgraced an
Hodson was a s,rrat sturablin? block
for Parks' men. They conhl not gunge
him with any degree of certainty at
nU. During the six innings li was in
t:.ebox only three tingles and ft triple
were secured hv Eiston.
TWO BUMS IN TIIU FIRST.
Beaton's first batsman, Wiahl, opsn
ed up with a single and Dunn went to
lirat after being struck by a pitched
ball. A wild pitch followed, advanc
ing the men a bate o.ioh, and oa Da
laney'a single both mn scored.
Maueger Switt decided to save Hod
son's pitching arm and relieved him in
the seveuth Inning, It wiu Swift's
first appearance in tho bos this season
and ho was greeted with cheert as he
went on the Held. I:) the three iu
ldngs he pitched he struck out three
men, gave two baseaon balls and was
fonnd fur a single and h double. The
hits were made iu the ninth, allowing
a inn to be scored.
''Oar Pt" did some terrific slug
ging uli through tho gam. Base hit
followed base bit in rapid succession
until tho spectators b9ga:i to wonder if
the game would over com t to an end.
In tho last few innings the members of
the home made no effort to Ileal bases,
allowing themselves to be thrown out
eviiry time they attempted to gain a
basr. In the first inning sis runs
Were Scored, in the second, one; fifth,
sir; seventh, two, aud eighth, one. It
was nn awful day for tha visitors.
Score in detail :
U. 11. I'O. A. K.
3 ;i 4 0 0
2 2 7 0 0
2 1 0 (I 0
3 3 13 0
1 4 11 0 0
2 1 2 r 0
8 2 0 10
1 2 0 1 0
0 10 10
16 20 27 11 0
r. n. ro. a. k.
. 1 9 a 0 0
.10 14 2
0 0 8
0 0 12 0 0
0 0 2 0 0
1 1-8 5 1
.0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 C 2
S 6 27 18 0
10 0 0 0 0 1-8
M"tran, c. f
Wetsel, si 1
Patcheti, c. rf . ,
Ktnltz, L f
WVstlskf, 3b 2
ltugi-rs, r. i.e..
Swift, p 0
Y. ihlo, c. f I
Moran, L f
Eurued runs Scrnnton, 8; Kimton, 1.
Two base bite Pbelan, Massey, VVestlske.
Tlirne bee hit" Haaen. SacriHco hits
lie sen. Stolen liases Uognn 3,
Wetsel 2, Patcban, staitz, I'helan
Massey, Westlake, Qodson, Delsney,
Waltntr. Bnnble plays Dnnn to Delanr
to Plock, Struck out By Hodson 3, Swift
a lliiliinnn 1. First base on baits By
Hodson 2, Bwift 8,Hsllman 7. Wild pitcii-s
Hallman, Passed belle Patoben, Wai
ton, Hit by pitcher Duno, liattam. Time
2.00. Umpire Itinn.
OTHER STATE UAGUE RESULTS.
Harrlabnrg. ..0 00410001-6
Beading 0 0 '4 0 1 1 1 0 X- 7
Hits Harrinburg, 8: Rendinir, 14. Er
rorn IJarrisbiirp, S: BeadtnjK 4. lintter
ien Sprogio ami Stnink; Khoades aud
Uoudbart. Umpire .Mitchell.
Rnzleton C 3 8 7 8 0 7 4 3-28
Allentown....O 0210305 0-10
Hits Ilazleton. 20; AllentoWC, 15. Kr
rors liazletou, 3; Alleutowu, 12. Hat
tones Jordan, Mooro.Shari) aud Urahani;
Kilroy, Mllligau, aud Cotello.
Altoonit 1 2 0 2 1 '. 0 0 0-7
PottSVillO 1 2 0 3 2 5 8 1 x 10
Hits Altoona, '.1 : Poitsville, 81, Errors
-Altoona, 5 l'ottsville, 4. Batteries
Bchelbla, Asehenbaok ami Cote; Wilson
and Diggin-. Umpire Corcoran.
Brooklyn 0 00202000-4
Cleveland 2 0 0 (I 1 2 0 0 0- 5
Hits-lirouklyn, 7; Cleveland, 6. Er-
tors Brooklyn, 4; Ueetlaad, 5. Bat
terise Kennedy ami Kinslow; Young aud
Z nmer. Umpire Swartwood.
noston 0 20410 2 Ox 9
Louisville 2 0210100 00
Hits Bojton, 14; Louisville, 13. Errors
Boston, 1; Lonlsvilhi, 8, Batteries
s taley aiid Connaugnton; Knell and Qrlm.
At New York
New 'ork....O 2 00010104
Pittsburg 0 4011031 0-10
Hits Now Yorlr. B: Pittsburg, 13. Er
rorsNew Yorl;, 7; Pittsburg, L Butter
les Clark and Wilson; Ktlleo and Alack.
Philadelphia'. .8 1010000 0 S
Ulnoinnati 0 02000000 3
Hits Philadelphia, 10; Cincinnati, 18.
Errors Philadelphia, 1; Cincinnati, 5.
Batteries Warning and Crum, Dwier and
Unrpbr, Umplro Lynch.
Baltimore,. 0 01301001017
St, Louis. ..1 0200010 2 0 0-0
Hits-Baltimore, Hi St. Louis, 14. Er
rors Baltimore, 4; st. Louis, 0. Batter
ies Muliane, Hawk aud Ujblnsun; Bnit
enstein and Piets. Umpre-Stage.
At Wr. 'hir.glou
Washington 0 2 5 3 0 l 0 0 0 0 0 0-11
Chicago 2 3 2 l 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-12
Bite Washington, 14; Chicago. 12. Er
rurs, Washington, 81 Chicago, 4. Batter,
i Sullivan, Petty, Merer ami HoQnlrSt
Hntchlnann, atcOifl aud Hchrelver, Um
Syracuse. 5; Wilko.Barre. 8.
Sjirlngfleld, 11; lii.ffalo, 13.
Troy, 13; BlngbamtoD, 12.
CLINTS FflO .VI TH8 OlfiMOO.
jraybe ti.o air wasn't tilled with leather
Hallman had the sympathy of the audi
ence. Ho was heartily cheered every
time he went to bat,
Tho Little Potatoes Hard to Peel defeat
ed the Scrantou --tars by n score of 20 to 4,
on the High School grounds.
Manager Parks was n disgusted man
last night. It was his opinion ttint Hall
man will not do, as a State league pitcher.
The Y'oung Americans of the south side
callenge auy club Under 17 years ot age.
Answer through THS Tuijilnk. John Mo
Tbo West Sldt Start challenge the Tenth
street Stara to a game of bass ball Satur
day afternoon at 4 45 o'clock, on tho Little
Wood's grounds. Louis Davlss, manager)
Will Hughes, captain.
The colIcKiauj in charge of the Y'nlo
Princeton game to be played on Saturday
have decided that tlfe contest should take
place at Eastern park, Brooklyn, Tho
game Will be called at 13. 15 o'clock.
Tho Boston Base Ball Association has
ben refused perm Itlon to erect a wooden
pavilion on iis grounds on the site of ths
one recently burned. A b'ick building
Will cost 4'i per cent, inoio tbau one of
Chicago las cnmB forward with nn offer
for lb ;-nn, Scranton's marvelous center
fielder, whose batting and fielding make
him tho Idol of bis team. Scranton will
not sell Hogau for any sum now, but his
release will be upou the market toward
the end of July. Pittsburg Chronicle
Telegraph. The Philadelphia club has suffered a
serious loss iu the injury to catcher Clem
ents. In trying to bent the ball to first
bate laH Friday in the game wil h Cleve
land hu turned his ankle awl, falling, wns
unable to rise, It know thought that a
bone iu the r.nklo is fractured, and it is
doubtful if Clements will be able to play
ng'.in this season.
Tho stockholders of the Base Ball asso
ciativa did not moot Inst night because
the legal proceedings are still pending.
They meet Tuesday night by which time
itjis expected that affairs Will bo arranged
satisfactory, A. L. Martin, the stock
holder who procured the writ of quo war
ranto, is anxious to dispnso of his mteiest
in tho association.
Tim Tmi'.l NK Job Pressroom club chal
lenge the newspaper compositors of tho
tamo paper to a game of b ,so ball on Sat
urday, June 16, on Johnson's grounds, at
4.S0 p. m. The personnel of the club is at
follows: Owen Hughes, catcher; Eddie
McOuigan, pitcher; Alt Johns, shortstop;
Frank lieck, first base: Ed Myers, second
base; Dan BOSSC. third base; L mis Davis,
left field; Will Jones, center field: George
Fellmer. right field. Owon Hughes, cap
tain; Ed McOuigan, manager.
Tho High School club with five picked
players, including D, Owens from the
Young Men's Christian Association team,
defeated Wood's College team by 31 to 13
yesterday. Errors, hits and Wild throws
were too numerous to mention. The
pitchers were batted hard bat the High
School team gave the bent support. The
scoro by innings was as follows:
Higb School 13 0 0 8 0 0-21
Vi'uod's 2 2 3 2 3 0 C-13
Dorau. who has been anxious to get hli
release for some time, has been let go by
Manager Swift. His place will be filled
by a yonug m.-.n named Mahony, who has
been pitching for the club at Sr. John's
college, near Syracuse, N. Y. He pitched
against Scranton iu an exbtnition game at
the college early iu the Spring and Mann
ger Swift was much pleased with
l,is work. He is expected In the
city this morning in tune to loave for
Pottsvillo with tbe Scranton club, which
plaVS postponed game thero today,
b.iran will go to his home iu Athens,
lirndford county, to recuperate. Kigut
Fielder Higgius has also been released.
AMONG THE WHEELMEN.
The ontry blanks for tho 100-mile race
from Newark to Princeton aud rotuiu on
July 14, under tho auspices of tho Alalauta
wiiuelmon, are out.
The Martin and Dressing ten-mile rood
race run at Louisville, Wednesday morn
ing, was won by John Spauldtng, of Louis
ville, in 28 minutes, E. J. Dnutiert, Louis
ville, was second, and U. S. Miller, Louis
ville, tliird. The scrntcluuou broke tho
world's record, E. V. Miner, of Indianapo
lis doing the dlarance In 86.94, and U. M.
i idwell, of Covington, ICy., iu 27AI1.
SPOi.TS IN GENERAL.
The mile track at Dunden pnrk, near
Patereon, N. J., which whs scqoiredsome
time last year by a syndicate of running
horsemen, will bo ro opened as a trotting.
trm.k on July 4, bv the recently organized
Dundee Park Driving club.
Between 1.80 and 2 o'clock Wednesday
morning a prise fight took place in a barn
at. Forty Acis, a mile north of L'ottsville.
Thi men v. 010 ICelly, of Scuuylkill county,
and Billy Pitstiromons, of Philadelphia,
In the third round Plttaimmona pushed
Ke'ly Into his coi ner ami floored him by a
blow behind the left ear. FltltimfflOni
then fouled, and Heferoe Tom Clark, of
Philadelphia, declared tho tight a draw.
Dyspepsia and Indigestion -
In their worst forms are cured by tho
use of P. P. P. If you aro debilitated and
run down, or if you need a touio to regain
flesh uud lost appetite, strength aud vigor,
take P. P. P., uud you will be strong and
healthy, ror shattered constitutions and
lost manhood P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke
Hoot and Potassium) is tho king of all
medicines. P. P. P. Is tbo greatest blood
purifier in tbu world. For ealo by all
8. II. Clifford, New Cassel, Win., was
troubled with neuralgia and rheumatism,
his stomach wns disordered, his liver was
nllnctcd to nn alarmiug degree, appetite
fell away, and ho was terribly reduced iu
fletb ami strength. Three bottles of Elec
tric Bitters cured him.
l'.dward Shepherd. Hnrrlsbnrg, 111,, bad
a running sore on his leg o( eight years'
Standing, Used three bottles of Electric
bitters and seven boxes of Uucklen's
Arhica HalVS and his leg is sound uud
well. John Speaker, Catawba, O., bad
live lartre fever sores on his leg, doctors
said he was incurable. One bottle Electric
Bitters and one box Uucklen's Arnica
Salve cured him entirely. Sold by Mat
B. tli Ho and Bla Good Me Are How
BUT SUFFERED ONCE
One of the Most Thankful and Sincere
Letters Ever Wriiten Ey Any Man.
In the famous fight oft Cherpoug tho
Al ibamalired a shell which entered the
ruddtrpost of tbo Eearsarge and
If that shell had exploded, tho en
gagement would have had a different
That was Providence In the shape of
A bad fttts.
"In onr cate," writes a clergyman
who possesses tho rare art ot putting
thinns. "'in onr case Provideuca ap
peared In a pamphlet tucked under u
"It wns in this Btrnugo way1' be con
tinued, "that we lirat learned of Pus-
kola, that has since done such wonders
fof my wife and myself. Vo have
taken only $4,90 worth less than one
visit from our pbysiolan yet it lisi ac
complished what no doctors prescrip
ti"!ia or patent medicines have over
For twenty-five years I huve stt'.Tr-d
nntold miseries from n disordered
tlomaob, Fryesrs I h iVr had to ab
stain Iroin lue.its; but after only one
dny's v8 of Paekola I have oaten meat,
or any other food my appetite oraved,
with no ill results
'In regard to my wife I hardly know
bow towrHe, L certainly appears liko
a mirsols, Months passed with her
mott miserably. Shu had no appetite'
So reduotd in fl.ah and vitality was
she that tto were looking for uoihiiig
short of u steady ileatll.
"But Provtdsnoe Intorvened in the
shape of a little pamphlet tucked under
the String tf a package brought from u
a neighboring town.
''I tois-d it on the table with the re
mark, 'Hero wife, is eumthing to sure
your ills aud give you au appetite,'
"She read it and snid to me, 'I have
faltb to lellere if I had that Paskola
it would cure me.'
"The next mail carriod un ordsr far
a bottle. The next day brought tho
bottle, and she took tbn first dose.
That was lour weeks ago. Today she
can tut a hearty total of anything sh -craves
Something she uud not done
"I regret tint we did not weigh csir
selves before we began to take P.nikelu;
out the truth of it la I had no great
faith In it so many things h id failed,
but you liavt our lusting gratitude,
"I have alriady Induced a few peo
ple to to give your Paskola a trial.
When the shall have dons so I will
gladly uotify you of the results.
"Hoping under God that what I havs
thus hastily writ ted may benefit others
I remain yours trulv,
Rev, a P. Bkebe
"Worth Centre, N, Y., April 14, 1894 "
We congratulate Mr. Iloebo and his
good wife upon the wonders that fol
lowed tbslt uso of Paskola. To them
thut little book tucked under a string
was a Providence indeed.
Paskola is doing similar wondors all
over the land. And people tell ns of it
iu like grateful ami enthusiastic words.
What is Paskols ? It is artificially
digested starch combined with cfrtuin
fruit principles which nids the diges
tion of other foods as Mr. Bsebe bus
shewn. Murk ! it is a food not a dough.
It stimulates, strengthens, revives aud
fattens tho Weak and and rundown
body, even though the torpid stomach
can Kive it no help. Puskola is con
centrated nourishment, digested by art
in advance. Taken into the systsin it
goes straight to its deutiuatiou. Not
an hour is lost. It is new, its principle
Is new, it is fundamental, toltntlfio,
successlul. Dyspeptics, consumptives,
all thin, ple, wanted and liflpluas pec
pie will be rercued by it. Throw phy
sio to the dogs Try Paskola, And
send to tbe Pre-Dig'steil Food Co-. 30
Heade atr-et, New York, for a copy of
that pamphlet that Mr. Heebe found
tucked uuder tho string.
Annr.F Lai.i.oz, carrlnco manufacturer,
110 Carroll street, Buffalo, . Y., states:
I was troubled with nausea of the stomach,
siek headache and general debility. Bur
dc ck Blood Bitters cured me.
Friday and BatUldsy and Saturday Matinej,
Chimss of Normandy
Bvenlng Pilcei, - - - U,s85.80o,
Matmeu Prices, in, i& 2jc
8 lie o) 0 is Monday at Powell's Music Store,
;i n r.
1 i mm
f. ttWJ 2; II.VIC-.IV:!.1
l-;'- ' :. , . i
WEB 8 0OMMBNG N't) Jl'Nu ih.
Every afterao m and eventae)
EirBt apiienranee In .Seronton of the
MODERN 1 STAR : PLAYERS
HON DAY A FT B I i NOON AND l-VKNINO,
Tl 0 World-Fanious Kmotlonal Dra.'ia,
Special Children's Mithee Sat, Morning,
Dcors open at a l'erformauue at IU.
The menageme nt of ths Modern BtarPlay.
era will give away oa PriCay evening, June
"2, a High tirade, Mnglis -luako HICVULIi,
valued at 11 & Dunn: the v.ek lleketa for
the Bloyole will he presents 1 to Wouder-
land k patrons free. Bet tho uagHigOOnt
wheel in Banister's BboBtors Windows
Admission, 10, 20 or 30c.
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF N, J.
SPECIAL EXCURSION BATES
17th National Saengerfest
June 22 to 26, 1894,
Affordlm: the resldentt of .Siriuion and
vieiihtv au eZoeUeat opportunity to visit
New Vork and its surrounding points ot hi
torest at tho mint dcliifhtful sea.on of the
Special excursion tickets from Scranton
will ho told, good to go on uny train Juno iil
to 1 Inclusive uud to return until Juno in
clusive FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP $4.35
p Si a
ffontf of ail Wnds rout that miteft, ea
pt HiUuutiont irua(cd,uiAic are insert
'clTCATIUwTN TdSBdWXSSTSRi i
O man, who wants a pennanent position,
who la not afraid of work: musthave workal
oucu. Holtnble. WIS Ja kiou street, cran
CITQATIOM WANTEDBY A YOUNO
tj nuin. leyoars of age, driving deliver
wa.oii or uny lionest work. Address A. U,
A I.ady wtiri.D i.iKFro uti WASHI..I.
-I and Irotmig st bl r home. Apply at KB
WANTED MAN WITH LIKE AND F1UK
insurance experieneo as solicitor iu
Lackawanna county; good iaducumeuts to
right man. Address IlSo-ai Beta LuildinK.
Help Wanted Male.
I AN TED IF TOO ABE A CATHOLIC
nnoinployod and will work tor fit per
week, v, rite JliioUoiinoll Iiros., 11 Finn liu
stres . Boston, Muss.
QUMMEB BOAl.DIM! -FOL'lt Kr.Sl'ECT
i' able porsoM can find Brat eiass board
with smaB family In la ge, airy bouae, Hoi
and eoid baths. Free carnage to depot and
church rbree-quartera of a mile train
tlon, Usaltny locality. Address bos 68,Clarks'
l."01 SAl.E-A FIIIST flLASfl BAKKRV
largs business dal! at 825 Penn avenue,
Furnished Rooms to Let
fURNISHiiD BOOM8-PBONT BOOKS
uud tWC bed rooms. IZil Fri.'.:kliu ave.
ITOTJND-A POOKETBOl K CONTAINING
I f, U, mill itn. unr I..' inrniM' Oivun. nan
have it, by nrovmir nroi.ertv. Iuoairo at
Handler's Dining It ms.
HTO THE OWNERS on RBPTJTKD OWN
k i ri of property bounding and abutting
en both -Men of Pine street, between Wniih
in rtotl and Clay avenues, iu tho Ninth ward of
tbe city of Scranton, Pa.
Ti ke notice that under the direction of
councilx I will make ihe assetsinenl for laying
iii'et asphalt pavement on a concrete base on
Pine strost, from iVashlngton to Jefferson ave
une, aud from Uadison to Clay avenue, and
for ln iui; stone block 'pavement on a con
crete baae on Pino street from JefTersoti to
Madls"u avenue; al for letting and reset-
Hnseurb on the s-mi Pine street, between
Washington and ( lay avenues, on Thutsday,
thu -1st day of June, A. I). IMU, at IU o'clock
u. m.. at my olllee in tho Municipal building,
o ty of Beranton, Pa., at which tinu and place
yon may appear and be heard if you bo de
JOSLPH P. PHILLIPS,
On ion or
Tnn Tnounox Ooal Co.
Beranton, Piw, June w, MM.
H'HE ADJOURNED ANNUAL MERTINQ
X of the ttoekbolders of this company will
be hold at tho offlco of tlio eompaoy, room It),
Common wealth 1'iillillug, Beranton, Pa,, oa
Frblay, Juno nth, leW, at 4 o'clock p. in.
liy order of tho President,
THOMAS II. DALE, Secretary.
OTOOKHOLDEBS' MEETINO.-'IHE AN
O n unl ineetlni: of ttockboldors of tuo Wvo
ming Shovel works for the election of oiti
ettt and the consideration of such othi'r bus.-
iiossnsm.iy bs brotmht before tbomnillby
held at the ufhee of tho eonipanv inleraUton(
on Sat unlay, (be 16(0 day 61 June, 1801, from
lu to 11 o'clock a. ui.
i N. (i. UuP.Ei.TSON, Secretary.
BLANK iioolis, 1 AMPHLETB, MAUA
tines, etc, btnmd cr rebound at 'i uc
Tnisnxa otllco. Quick work. Keasouablu
ME A irr.CKEWl:AlTWliAD AT H4,
corner Sprueo street and Franklin avs
UOa, '. ..) moat tieKuts lor . 60. Ouod
table board .
js'I A vm OF EZRA DE WITT.DECEASED.
Ij Notice Is hereby given that a rule hat
born crunteil to ( how cause why Jane I.. lie
Witt, executrix of the last will and testament
of sniil decedent, shull not be discharged from
the diite :s and liabilities of her appointment
Application will bo niailo to have Bald rule
iiiado to and thu executrix discharged,
July t, IBM, S ft PRICK,
Attorney for exocutrix
Largo Medium and
Choice Timothy and
lawn Grass Seeds
Guano, Bone Dust
and Phosphates fo?
Farms, Lawns and
HUitT & CONNELL CO.
Of New, Fresh
Dress Goods, Silks, White Goods, Muslin Curtains, Ladies' and
Gents' Underwear, Hosiery and Gloves, Corsets, Cloaks,
Shirt Waists and Blouses and Several Hun
dred Other Articles.
Theal poods were purchased at SHERIFF SALE and tho people are benefited thereby.
No merohant in tho world can buy goods in the regular way aud compete with our prices.
The reserved portion of this stock will be placed on sale during this week.
THE MILLINERY DEPARTMENT will bo closed out for almost nothing to make
for other goods.
So many come in the afternoon
ant to come in the morning, but if
COME ANY TIME
for you will not have another chance to got fresh goods for so little money.
3 ' 0U wear oves Do you have
trouble with the finger tips wearing out?
It can be avoided. By buying the
Black, Modes, Tans, Slates and Greys.
PRICE 75c. and $S
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
By the most experienced workmen in the city.
NO FANCY PRICES.
N. A. HULEERT'3
City Musio Store,
- w troiuwa at, scuaxo
DECKER BROTHER! aid
EKANIDH & BACiH ecsCB3
nvua & BAUER
I )n large itock of firjtol.m
Ut'SICAli 91 KUCHA Nl)lbll
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B R I C
Best in the market,
OFFICE: Dinuliaraton. N.Y.
FACTO AY 1 llnindt. Pa
Brandt Clay ProduclCo.
Dimes Are Like Dollar
AT THE GREAT
of tie Pomplirey
Goods at tho 3tore of GROSS, FOSTER & CO.
that there Lg scarcely standing room. It would bo much more picas
you can't come in the morning,
FOSTER & CO.
Finger Tipped Silk Sieves
COR. LACKAWANNA AND ADAM
See our FIFTEEN DOLLAR Solid
Oak Bedroom Set?
We sell Furniture as cheap aa
any house iu the country that in
tends to give honest valuj for tho
money. Try us.
Hull $k Co
205 AND m
ROM and ST1
WILEY A RUSSELL AND WELLS BROS
Wholesale and retail dealers' in
LOUIS B. SMITH
Dealer in Choice Confections and Fruits.
BREAD AND CAKES A SPECIALTY.
FINEST ICE CREAM I
1437 Capoiise Avenue.
fc Morton Stock
Opp. Court House.
iKaLaV mObMP aMaT mLtttf
til OK ICS
R. R. SPIKES
Wapronraakera' and BiacksmitBi'
PARLORS OPEN FltOM 7 A.M. TO 11 r.xt.
SPKOIAI, ATTENTION OIVKN TO SL'P
PLYINU FAMILIES WITH ICE CIIEAM.
Give us a call aud tell us what
you think of the many changes
and improvemants. Paper and
paint have wrought wonders, but
A Brand New Stock
And our new Cash System ha
done much more that U, 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 tho store. Look
iu our windows.
Cub Draler iu Diamonds, Wateuoj,
Cor.Fenn Ave. and rp?QC6 St.
What is More Attractive
Than a pretty faco with a frech, bright
complexion? For it, use Pouoni'a Powder.