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TIIE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 16, 1S94.
Scranton Defeated in a Twelve Innin;
Game at Pottsvlile.
READING TAKES TWO FROM EASTON
Summaries of the Various Diamond
Contests Yesterday in State League,
National and Eastern League
Games Standing of the Clubs.
Notes of Interest to All Sportsmen
of Whatever Proclivity.
were the onlur of
the liny yeaterday
in the Statu leiiOf.
Beading jiluyed otf
two mm s witu
E iston, w inning
both, thua taking
fourth place. Serun
tuu ilroiipeil iv game
at Pottsville in one
of tho prettiest con
tests witnessed this Beaaon, thereby go
ing into tifth jilc, forty-fire point be
bind R'Hiling utul tlilrtv-six points
nheiid of Altoona. The respective poai
lions of ihu other cluts remain uu
changed, : The following tablo gires the per
CentSgei of the clubs, together with
the otamti won and lost by each, and
their standing in the championship
Won. Lout. IVr Ct.
lliirriaburg 25 8
SCHEDULE FOR TODAY.
Bcranton at iaiiiiip.
Alloutuwn at Altoona.
astn t llarrisbiirg.
Hazletoii ut Pottsville.
THIS TIME WE LOSE.
Defeated bir Poitxvllle in a Brilliantly
Fractal to tie scmntnn t'ri' n
POTTSVILLK, Juno 13. Pottsville de
feated Bcra ton here today in a twelve
inning am . Wit 11; a single ex
ception it was the finest exhibition of
bull playing ever witnessed on tbe
heme grounds. It was u pi Ushers' but
tle and the hits 0:1 both sides were few
and Tery mat h scattered. The score
up to tbe commencement of the ninth
iuning Wiia 1 to 2, in f.ivor of tbe visit
ors. Pottsville tied in that inning and
won in ti:- twelfth inning by scoring
1 iie feature of tho game was Hill's
flyoatohins in extreme right field and
his magnificent throw to third bale, as
iating in double play The score:
It. II. I'D. A. F.
Xvee, s. s 0 1 0 a a
Gulden, c. f 1 1
Putt", c 0 0 6
Tighe, S b u l 0
Poller, lb 1 0 10
Elite, 1. and :il 0 1 0
Bill, r.f 1 1 3
Humphries, 3 b 1 0 4
McCoueb, if 1 o o
Fox, p 0 9 0
Smith 0 0 0
Hognn, c. f
Patcben, c. . . . , .,
Stall z, L f
Jvl asaey, lb ......
Rogers, r. f
Total 2 C 36 20 2
'Smith batted in place of Humphries in
tenth inning. PatChen out; kicked batted
Pottsville 0 0100000100 35
Scranton 0 10001 0 0000 02
Karned runs Pottsville, 2; Scranton, I.
Base on called balls Westlake, Potts, 3;
Smith, McCouch. Struck our Patehen,
Rotten, Flnnngan, 2; Fuller, Tlghe, Hill,
Ellis. Home run Staltz. Throe-base hit
Ellis. Two-base hits-Hill, Golden, Mas
sey, Wetzel. Hith by pitched ball Hum
phries, Fuller, 9! Westlake. Double plays
Humphries and Fuller, Hill and Hum
phries, Nyre, Tighe and Fuller; Wetzel,
Phelan and Mnssey; Staltz nnd Patehen,
Flanagan. Wetzel nnd Mii'soy Wild
pitches Flanagan, Umpires Ruin and
Ketiick. Time 2.35. Attendance 1,200.
OTHER STATE LEAGUE GAMES.
At Reading, first game
Reading 2 2 0 3 3 0 0 0 414
Easton 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11
Hits Reading, IS; Eiston, 0. Errors
Reading, l); Kaston, 4. Batteries Rhoads
ane Gtoooharti Cummings und Roth.
Reading o 2 l 0 l l o o o- fi
Eai-toii 0 0000100 01
Hits Rending, 11: Kaston, 8, Errors
Beading, 1: Kaston, 1. Batteries Johnson
and Fox; Kimble and Roth.
NATIONAL LEAGUE RESULTS.
Brooklyn 1 0 151010 x 0
Cleveland 2 2090101 08
Hits Brooklyn, 7; Cleveland, 9. Er
rorsBrooklyn, 6i Cleveland, 4. But
teries Stein and KinsloWj Lyston, Clark
sen, Young and Zunmer. Umpire Hart
ley. At Now York
New York.... 2 0000408 x 9
Pittsburg 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 02
Hits Now York. 10; Pittsburg, 6. Er
rorsNew York, 4: Pittsburg, H. Batter
ies Meekin and Fnrrell; (lumbers and
Mack. Umpire Emsllo.
At Boston '
Boston 4 0 0 8 0 2 6 0 x IB
Louisville 3 3 0 1 0 9 1 0 010
Bits Boston, 18; Louisville, 14. Errors
Boston, 2; Louisville, 5. Batteries
Sttvelts and Qaniel) Hemming and Karle.
l'ni ire Hurst.
Philadelphia..! 0 0 0 3 0 5 8 4-21
Cincinnati.... 0 1100020 48
Hits Philadelphia, 20; Cincinnati, 10.
Errors Philadelphia, 5; Cincinnati, 5.
Batteries Taylor, Callahnn und Grady;
Chamberlain and Vaughn. Umpire
Lynch. THE SPRING OF ETERNAL YOUTH.
Carlsbad may bo truly termed
the Spring of Kternal Youth. For
centuries the famous Hprudel has
been used as (he best natural rem
edy lor constipation, catarrh of
the stomach, dyspepsia and liver
and kidney complaints, diabetes,
etc. Best taken when out-door
exercise Can be had. Bo sure to
buy the i Ine imported article
only, wlr uust have tho signa
ture of "Eisner & Mendelson Co.,
Soli- Agents, New York," on every
, j 'II
Baltimore ....0 5 0 0 4 1 0 8 417
St. Louis 0 0001 3 00 0 a
Hits Baltimore, 23; St. Louis , 7. Er
rorsBaltimore, 2; Hi Louis, 2. Batter
ies Hawke and Robinson; Clarkson and
Chicago o ooouiiil4
Hits Washington, 12; Chicago, 7. Er
rors, Washington, 0; Chicago, 2. llattor
ies Mnnl and AlcUuiro; Abbey ami
Bcbriver. Umpire McQoaid.
Troy, 4; Wiltes-Barre, 3.
Erie, !); Springfl..ld. 5.
I Providence, 3i Buffalo, 1.
Erie, 9 Spriugheld, 5.
GLINTS FROM THE DIAMOND.
Couroy has been made captain of the Ha
Tommy Esterbrook has gono to New Or
leans to join the New Orleans club.
The management of tho Harrisburg club
complains ot tho small atteudance at the
grounds in that city.
The Penn Avonue Stars challenge any
chit) in this city to a pame of bue ball on
any grounds, the Hustlers and Fairmounts
preferred. John JlcAndrew, manager;
Tom Prinn, oeptaln,
Tho Actives of Providouco will play
Wood's Business college Saturday after
noon at 4 o'clock on Driving Bark grounds
The following will bo the position and
batting order of the Actives: "Kiple, short
stop; Howell, third bate; Cunningham,
pitcher; Kyan, catcher; Qrifflo, second
MM! Cooper, right field; McKeehan, cen
ter Held; Aloser, ilrst base; Iluldemau.lett
NOTES FOR THE WHEELMEN.
Mr. Knapp, of Williamsport, was in the
city yesterday iirrnnging for the Williams
port Wheel club, wtiich will come here in
a special car on July 4 to participate in
the bicycle races.
An Albion doctor was fined 125 or twenty-five
days in jail by Judge Tnatcher for
striking a wheelman with a whip while
passing bim on the road. The wheelman
Was on the right hand side of ilio road and
the doctor ran him into a ditch and then
sttuck him with a whip. The decision is
of interest to wheelmen. Ithaca Journal.
The new bicycle track at Kivcrtou, N.
J., now under course of construction, and
which it is thought will be tho fastest
quarter-mile truck in the couutry, will be
formally opened ou July 4, wiih a grand
diamond tournament. The track is the
widest quarter-mile path in the country
and in point of excellence will compare
favorably with any in the world; it having
been built under the directions of expert
trackmen, and all appearances are that it
will get a big patronage from PbUadel
phians, both in attendance and in race
A meeting of the Honesdale Ilicycle club
was held Thursday night. The name of
the club was changed to Maple City
Wheelmen. Kmmanuel freeman waa
elected vice president,!!. J. Quinney second
lieutenant, Robert Doim bugler, and
"smuer" laru standard bearer, The fol
lowing board of directors were elected:
Paul V. Harduer, Kmmanuel Freeman.
.Samuel J. KatZ, T. Brady, Perry La Burr
and Otto L. Bcbneller, It was decided thai
the club uniform be navy blue, and to con
sist of bloomer trousers and sack coat. A
Committee wifc appointed to select tLe
clnb colors. Another committee Wat ap
pointor on transportation, to arrange lor
coe ciuo . attending the mjet of the pcron
tun Bicycle ciub July 4.
NOTES ABOUT TOURNAMENT.
P. .S. Collins, of the Ladies' Homo Jour
nal, Philadelphia, will referee.
Daniel J. Canary hits accepted an invita.
tlon to give exbitioni in trick und fancy
Bill Taxis, who was injured at Piainfield
on Decoration Day. expects to be well
euougn to ride nere on July 4.
The Track associatioi will have tho
grand stand put in good repair before the
meet. At present it is a disgrace.
Tho contract for the diamond prizes was
lot on Wednesday to Messrs. Berry and
Rogers, both membors of the club.
George F. Taylor has intimated that ho
intends trying for the special I10J diamond
prize offered if a 3.10 mile is made. Ho
Will ride on exhibition with pace makers.
Kntries have been coming in goodly
numbers from the crack raciug men. It is
now an assured tact that the champion
Steams team and tho funious Rambler
team will be in attendance.
Much interest is being manifested In tho
affair throughout the state, and promi
nent clulx from Pittsburg, Reading, Wil
linmsport. Hard burg, AUentown, Wllkes
Uarre and Philadelphia will be in attend
ance. Interest in wheeling is just now nt fevor
heat, many persons who iu the early spring
would look at or talk of a bicyc.o, now
eagerly devour tho least item In regard to
bicycle mutters. Tho coming tournament
i f the Scranton Bicycle club is largely re
sponsible for the State of affairs. The club
lias been working early and late for the
success of the meet until now all that is
needed to make it tho moat notable affair
of tho kind ever held in tho state is pleas
NOTES OF V M. C. A. GAMES.
Kntries will close Wednesday night for
The 75-yard dash and mile run will be
open to all amatours.
A trophy wiil be given to the clnb turn
ing out the most men nnd best equipped.
The medals that will bo awarded are the
finest ever seen in the city for such events.
Tho Young Men's Christian Association
will have a camp nt Long Islnnd this sum
mer. Tho largest procession of nthletes will
be witnessed ou tbe streets Faiduy nicht
June 23. '
The Young Men's Christian Association
building will bo decorated all next week
for the occasion.
The 78-yard dash, 1-mile run and slow
bicycle race will be open to all amateurs.
EatrieS Close next Wednesday night.
The Young Men's Christian association
building will be all decorated next week
iu houor of their annual aports, Juno 33.
Business men's supper wiil be served at
the Young Men's Christian Association
building every Saturday night at 0 o'clock.
The handsomest medals evor given for
any nthletic event will be given nt the
Yoimg Men's Christian Association sports
Photographs of chnmpion athletes for
'98 nnd '04 and medals for the Young Men's
Christian Association field sports nre on
exhibition iu Martin ,fc Delaney's window.
The Young Men's Christian Association
Bate Ball team will play the Wilkes-Darro
team today in Wilkes-liaire, and will
leave on tho 1.25 Delaware and Hudson
Tho following has been addressed the
athletio clubs of the oity by Physical Di
rector R. L. Weston : "We have our an
imal field day aud baBe ball game, Wilkes
Barre vs. SerantOB, at the Base Ball park,
Batuiday afternoon, Juno 38, at 3 o'clock,
and have invited M. F. Sweeney, of New
York, champion higu jumper of the world,
record 6 ft. 4,' in., to give an exhibition;
aud we purpose, If possible, having every
athletic club and ntblete turn out iu a pro
ctssioD, Friday night, June 22, iu giving
him a royal welcome to this city. We will
be very much iudebted to you, if you will
havoyour club nnite with us in making
this one of the greatest athletio proces
sions that has over been held In this city.
If you decide to turn ont, ploase .have a
banner representing your club."
SPORTS OF fLL KINDS.
The Cornell-University of Pennsylvania
boat race was declared off at Morelton
Inn, ou account of rough water.
Lord Rosebery's Ladas, the winuer of
the 3,000 gnineaa, the Newmark-t stakes
aud the derby, has b eu scratched out of
ail augagemeniB at Aaoot,
Secretary Fortmeyer has received Infor
inutiou that the Minnesota Boat clnb of St.
GREGSON, THE INVENTOR
A Remarkable Englishman's
Work in This Country.
Incessant Labor Nearly Cost Him His
Life He Tried America's Greatest
Remedy, and It Made Him Well
Sleeps Sound For the First Tjme in
my business," said
been in this conn
try five years. Ho
received the great
gold medal from
tha Paris Acad
emy of Inventors,
and it was his
work that was se
lected by tho ex-
tho World's Fair us the best represen
tative invention of its class.
Most people think of inventors as
nicnjgifled with golden brains that
turn out the mat veloua devices with
As a fact, men of ideas lire tbe hard
est workors. They live by the very
sweat of their brains; in tbe eauer pur
suit of an idea, like many professional
and business men, they forget that
tbeit minds are not tireless and that to
rack their brains all day and far into
tbe night tho nervous system mutt
have un usn ul v good and abundant
nourishment that will build up its
myriad delicato prU.
The following letter from Mr. Greg
son is an example that is bettor than
columns of alvice :
Cambridge, Mass., Aprils, 1891.
Wells, Kk haudson & Co.,
QlNTLEMCNs Having been subject for
years to extreme nervousness, with its at
tendant want of sleep, I was induced,
much against my will, to try a bottle of
Paina'l celery compound limply as an ex
periment. The improvement that fol
lowed was so marked that ol my own ac
cord I purchased a second bottle and then
a third. By the time I had finished the
third bottle I felt like a new man, slept
sound nt night and awoke in the morning
both ready and able to do n day's work.
Whenever 1 now leei iu the least iudis
poei d 1 at once tike one or two doses, and
that it all Ireqnire, In my cane Paiuc's
celery compound proved to bo all that is
said for it. You have my permission to
publish this in any wny you like.
Verv trulv yours,
' GEORGE URKGSON.
His is the experience of thousand of
P.tiiie's celery compound foeds the
nerTe tissues, banishes lassitude, de
bility, inability to sleep, and prevents
When un overworked and worried
brs.iu worker, no matter whether stu
dent, lawyer, minister, or man of busi-I1---S,
bai anffloitntly tinned against the
lawa of health, be b gtus to sutler from
disturbances of heart aud stonuch and
to nave certain signs of nervous ex
haustion. Ho works with less ease,
sleeps badly. Now symptons come,
giddiness, dimness of sight, neuralgia
of the face or eealp, with entire nights
of slvoplesstieje. Many a man struggle
on, ignorant of the terrible demands
he is making on an exhausted bruin.
Diseases of of the nervous system do
not come without warning. Rhouinu
'.isin. dyspepsis, aud diseases of the
heart, liver, and kidneys are loud
cries for a promptjincreasa of nourish
incut lor the brain and nerve centers.
This feeding with just the food thos
vital parts crave is what Paina'l celery
compound doea. it is upon this mar
velous power of nourishing all the ner
vous tissues and purifying tho blood
that its mm. irk able cures depend.
Its action is perfectly intelligible to
every well educated physician, aud that
is just why Paine's cslery compound is
so unhesitatingly prescribed by physi
cians in every city, town or village,
without exception, in the United States
It supplies rich, new blood, full of
brain and nerve food; it feeds worn
out nerve centers and exhausted tissues
wherever the freshly enriched blood
strerm go.s. The languor and tired
feeling that without exception accom
pauies thin, lifeless blood, vanishes;
tbe spirits are raiseh and a new feel
ing of health and life declares the pres
ence of pure blood and well fed nerves
Paul will send u senior four and eight to
tho Nutionul association's regatta at Sara
toga. Royal Phelps Carrol has ordered his cut
ter Navuhoe to be put iu condition for hor
race with the oid time crack sloop Volun
teer, which is down to take place next
Johnny Glynn, of Wilmington, bested
Joe Mnteman, of Washington, Wednesday
niKUt in a fifteen round fight a few miles
outside of Washington for a purso of
Kach man weighod about 115 pounds.
J nd go Lawreuce in New York has di
rected a verdict for II, "ill. 85 lufuvorof
James Stoddard in his suit nnaitist "Jack"
McAnllffe to recover $1,600 which he had
put up to buck Anttln Gibbons ngainst
McAnllffe at Hobokea in September, 1691,
The Passaic Boat club btsa high opiniou
of its sculler, Wirtz, who won the junior
single event at the Passaic regatta on De
coration Day. Wirtz beat the bot record
ever made at a national revatta in junior
Singles, bis time tor the mile nnd a half
being nino minutes and one-fourth sec
ond. It is thought that he wiil row iu the
national regatta at Saratoga.
Gerry Dills, the well known sportinp
man, has entered Julius Kuglemnn, f
Weatherly, for the world's champion
Columbian sweepstakos sprinting matches
which are to be run in August at Wor
cl o tef, Mass. Up to tho present twelve
of the fleetest iprinters of 'too world have
entered. Mr. Dills feels quite confident
that Mr. Engleman will given good ac
lo.iut of him-eir.
With the organization of tho 0ntle
mou's Driving club at the Wyoming House
last Saturday, composed of all the promt
burnt rond drivers hereabouts, comes the
news that tho new association at t! e Driv
ing park has tendered to that organization
and tho public iu general tho use ot tho
Drivimr nark nv.rv Kninr.lnv fi-na nf
1 .v.j ........ 1. J . . ' U VI
charge. The track was never in better
condition, anil mere is being created an
inlorcst in horse afTairs about the city such
as used to prevail wbon Sr.i-Hnt.m, wn
known as having one of tbe Quest
lingua in cue I'otuiiry. it is also
rumored that derided improvements
will ho mads at the onrlr tvlrhir, to.. 1,.., t
few weeks. There is no reason why Scran-
sou Hiiuuid not assume its proper place
among cities of its class in such matters.
Aboi-K Lalloz, carriage manufacturer,
111) Carroll street, lluffalo, N. Y states;
I was troubled with nausea of the ttomioh,
sick headaohe and genoral debility. Bur
dock Blood Bitters cured me.
TX)K RKNT nTNiTivoTiM
X modorn improvements, BUI .Delaware
etriwt, Green Illdne, 9 IS per mouth. Fine
CYNIUi'ATi: BI'KC.JLATI' N THE SAP
C ORt for modern investors; largest divi
dends on reeord; the American Sjndicatn, es
tablished IMtj conservative and rullllo bank
r-iereiicv; 10 to $1,000 mereases rapidly by
t ils plan; manual of information frea A. O
11AAI Il. l i N ft CO., 8 1'aciflc avenue, Chicago.
m CENT Connolly &. Wallace
I "nunc cm Kintis cost hkh niticn, ea
tept Situation 11 nnd d, which art insert
-V like employment Oiu give beet of refer
euoc. Apply to Ernest Lowonstein, 1IU0
i.i eeii sir et, city.
SITUATION WANTED- 1)V A YOUNG
yj man, who wants a permanent position,
who is not afraid of work: :uu.-t have work at
once. BaUabla, mill Jackion street, Scriin-
t mi, Pa,
CJ1TU .VTION WANTED BY A YoL'NU
V3 man. M years of aee, driving delivery
wauon or any honest work. Address A. L.
J llllll'SE ofhVo.
rjBNKBAL .AGENTS WANTED 8H1.I-.-
' Ititr now articles to dealers: exclusive
territory, no a mpetitlon. nuenpital required!
-Ilii to ;no per rent, prollt. Columbia Chemi
cal Co . BH Dearborn it, Chicago, in.
l.yANTED-MAN WITU LIFE AND F1IIE
' insurance experieiieo hs solicitor in
Lackawanna county; good imhieemcuts to
right man. Address fUS-lM Beta building,
Help Wanted Male.
WANTED Men to distribute circulars and
collect names" llinh. si prh os tiaid. lti
vettigate, MERCHANT & CO., Merchants'
V ANTKD IF YOU ARE A CATHOLIC
' unemployed and will work for ?l per
week, writo MacComiell Bros., 11 Franklin
street, Boston, Muss.
-I- M7 Adams avenue.
CUMMER BOA!. DING -FOUR RESPECT
M . able Persons can find first class board
Willi small fumily Iu la go
airy house. Hot
un t,. .1..,.
cuurcb TOrce inurters of a ndle from sta
tion. Ilealtny locality. Address box oa.Clarks
IOIt SALE A FIRST CLASS BAKERY.
I Ice cremn parlur aud restaurant: doing a
large business. Call at $.5 Penn avenue.
I OBT THURBDAx EVE ING, A FOUR
ij hat clover enameled hair pin, diamn d
in center. A reward IU bo paid for its re
turn to Miss Nellie Wooltey, 50.' Madisou avo-
ryQ THE OWNERS OR REPUTED OWN
A en of property bounding and abutting
on both tides of Pine street, between Wash'
Imiton and Cay avenues, in the Ninth wind of
the oity of Scranton, l'a.
Tike notice that uiulfr tho direction of
councils 1 wiiimiiiie I ho assessment tor laying
sheet asphalt pavement on a concrete base on
l Ine street, froai Washington to Jefferson ave
nue, and from Madison to Clay avenue, and
for laying lions link pavement on a con
crete base on Pine street from Jefferson to
Madison avenue; also for setting and met
tmgoprb on the nid Pine ktreet, between
wasldnctoii and ( lay .venues, on Thursday,
the '.list day of .lut e, A. D. I8M, at 111 o'clock
Si in., at my office ,n the Municipal building,
cry of Scranton, Ph., at which time and place
you may appearand be beard if you so de
sire. JOSEPH P, PHILLIPS,
BLANK BOOKS, PAMPHLETS. MAUA
tinea, etc., bound or rebound at Tun
TRIBUHB ofUce. (Juick work. Reasonably
MEAL TICKETS CAN HE BAD AT HI,
corner Spruce street and Franklin ave
nue. Twenty meal tickets for ia.60. Oood
I OTS. HOUSE'; REST LOCATION; 10
li per cent.; growing value,.; live in the
city: cheaper: better; d, n't bo fooled; don't
throw away your money; live near depots, ho
tels, ehnrenes, ttores. theatres, doctors; don't
waste alt your time and money In street car
journeys. I will sell line lots on av, nnei
cheap. Call. W. GIBSON JONES,
"II Spruce street.
Toseetholots and Irani terms, call at the
office as above; or, see Mr 'I In mas Hiivres,
,Mipt.,at 818 Jefferson avetm,.fromSto8P.M,
VTOTICB-TO THE I :TiTB?rATTToy
11 tho rirst vnrl of the lnroiurh of (Uv-
Notice is hereby uivon bv the under-
stoneo, commissioners appointed bytbeeonrt
of iinarter sessions, to divide tie First warl
of the borough of (ilvphaiit into two wards:
inai ino said commn-si 'iiers will msft at
Laagan'a hall in said First ward on Wi dues
day, the 7th day of Jane, 1'.U, at 10 a. iu , to
attmd to the duties of their appointment at
which time and place all persons Interested in
the Ulvi! ion of -said ward in o two wards nia
bo heard. l'KEH W, I I. I. IT.,
JOHN D. EVANS,
A. B. DUNNING. JR..
I? STATE or Martha Taylor, lit. of the
i j Bornagh of Olyphant, Pa., deccstM.
Letters o' adml nstrtti 1,1 upon the abive
named estate having been granted to t It o
niiderslgned all persons baying ola'ms or de
mands against said estate will present them
for payment and tl oso ind htid thorct i will
plens i mak i Immediate payment to
WILLAltD, WARREN ft KNAPP.
Attorneys tor Estate.
JOHN TAYLOR, Armr.,
VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
.1 tpplloatlon will be made to tiled verinir
of Pennsylvania on Monday, tho second dav
of July, (Mi, by Watts c. Van Blareom, w
Howard Withers. Edmund A. Hutl, Divid
Sprnks and Lone .1. Blebecker, under the Act
Of A'senibly, entitled "Auactto provide lor
the incorporation ami regulation of OOrtaln
corp rations," approved April '."J, 1874, and
liipuupidomcuts thereto, for the charter of
an iiueudod enmoratio i to be called the
Crescent Coal Mining Company, the charac
ter and object of which Is the mining, prcnar
ing tor market and selling anthracite coal,
and f cr those purpns s to have, possess and
enjoy all the rights, benefits mid privileges of
said Act of Assembly and supplements thereto
PATTERSON v WILCOX,
Bankrupt Sale of the Pomphrey & Morton Stock
Of Now, Fresh Goods at tho store of GROSS, FOSTER & CO.
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.
These Roods were purchased at SHERIFF SALE and tho people aro benefited thereby.
No merchant iu the world can buy goods in the regular way aud compete with our prices.
The reserved portion of this stook will be placed on sale during this week.
THE MILLINERY DEPARTMENT will bo closed out for almost nothing to make room
for other goods.
So many come in tho afternoon thnt thorc is scarcely standing room. It would bo ip.ucb more pleas
ant to come in tho morning, but if you can't come in the morning,
COME ANY TIME
for you will not have another chance to get fresh goods for so little money.
LADIES' READY-MADE SUITS
Take the lead. Because They are Correct in Style, Right in
Prices, and of the Best Workmanship.
Three Special numbers of NAVY BLUE SERGE SUITS at $8, $9 and $10.
COVERT CLOTH, the new fabric, will be the correct thing for next autumn.
We are showing one number of Ladies' Suits, made of above cloth. BLAZER
JACKET and SKIRT at $8, and it is great value.
Have you seen the LADIES' VESTS we are selling at 98c; $1.50 elsewhere.
By the most experienced workmen in the city.
NO FANCY PRICES.
THE SCRAMTON BEDDING CO.
COR. LACKAWANNA AND ADAM3 AVENUE.
Mackay-Kenney Comic Opera Co,
Friday and Katurd ly and Saturday Matinoo,
Chimes of Normandy
ErentntPiloss, - - - 15, z as, ado.
Matinee Prices, In, pi 25
Sale o 011s Monday at Powell's Ml sic Store.
WEE'C COMMENO NO JOMK 18.
Eery aftcrno 10 and etenlngt
First appearance in Scranton of the
MODERN : STAR : PLAYERS
MONDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING,
TLe WorhM'amoiis I. motional Drama,
Special Children's Matinee Sat, Morning.
Doors open at !l Performance at 10L
The management Of tho Modem Star Pl y
era will give away o.i Frlilay evening. June
tS, a High tirade. Enfliia-make HI CYCLE,
yalned at Slid Darin? toe weak tickets for
tho Bioyole will lie presenter to Wonder.
lands patrons free. See tho magnificent
wheel in BkUSter's Shot Store Windows.
Admission, 10, 20 or 30c.
MATINEES, 10 CR 20 CENTS.
N. A. HULBERT'S
City Music Store,
WYOUWQ AVg. SCBAJ,XO
bllANICH & BACK
VXVLXi it UAUliiK
S.1k a lug stock of Grat-oUa
MUSIC, LIU, Elli
Dimes Are Like Dollars
-AT THE GREAT-
FOSTER A CO.
OUR LINE OF
See our FIFTEEN DOLL AK Solid
Oak Bedroom Set!
We soil Furniture as 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
IU 1. LOWS
WILEY & RUSSELL AND WELLS nROS.
Bittenbender &Co.f Scranton,
Wholesale and retail dealers" in Wagonmakers' and Blacksmiths'
LOUIS B. SMITH
in Choice Confections and Fruits.
BREAD AND CAKES A SPECIALTY.
FINEST iCE CREAM
1437 Capouse Avenue.
R R. SPIKES
l PARLOUS OPKN FROM A.M. TO 11 P.M.
I t-l'KCIAI. ATTENTION OIVKN TO SOP
(PLYIKU FAMILIES WITH ICE CUE AM.
Freeman leads when it
comes to Low Prices and
High Grade Watches, Dia
monds, Jewelry, Silver
ware, etc. He discounts
other dealers' prices by an
average of 25 per cent, and
guarantees every article
sold. Terms: Cash Only.
Cor. Penn and Sprnce
A Handsome Complexion
Is one of the groatet charms a woman can
poBHexs Poizoni's Complexion Powdbh