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THE SOBATON TEIBTTNE -SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 2.1, 1894.
Allontown and Poltsvllle Break Even In Two
HARRISBURG DEFEATS HAZLEION
(leading Has an Easy Time Vanquish
ing Easton, and the Game Between
Altoona and Scranton Was Stopped
in the Middle of the Fifth Inning,
Standing of the Respective State
League Clubs National and East
ern League Results All Manner of
Sports Presented in a Concise and
HERE is no material
change in tht stand
ing of tbe Btata
Lxaeue Base Bull
clubs over that re
escept tbat Allen
town moved up a
trills, lacking but
four points of tiding
HH'zleton for sec-
Thiirn In now no doubt
out tbat Harrisbnrg will close the first
snuson at the bend of tbe list.
The following table gives the per
centages of tbe clubs, togetnur with tbe
number of games won and lost by each,
und their standing in the championship
Won. LOst. Per C't.
30 8 .780
21 17 ,5IU
20 21 .4S
17 21 .447
15 10 .441
14 10 .412
7 20 .212
SCHEDULE FOR TODAY.
Scranton at Altoonn.
Iluzlutou at Harrlsburg.
Easton at Heading.
Alluutown at PottBVille.
RAIN APPARENTLY SAVED US.
Altoona-Scranton Gaaie Stoppad in th
Mtddl of Fifh lurilng-.
fjifcial to tlie Serantott Tribune.
ALTOOHA, June 23. With the soors
standing 10 to 3 in favor of tbe houi
team, tain stopped tbn game here today
in the mid il of tho fifth inning.
PJ tcliur West, of tlie Altoona, had
the Bcrantoni at his mercy, while Flan
Bghan was apparently uneasy mark for
the bouiu team
OTHER ITA1I LEAGUE RESULTS.
nrriiburg....l o G'2 3 4 0 0 010
iiuzleton O 0014002 17
Hits Harrihburg, 20 Hazleton, 14. Er
rors liarntburg, 4; Hazieton, 8. Batter
ies Meiiuey and Vont; Jordan, Mooro
and Fairhnrst Umpire Mitchell.
Hetidlug a 0 14 10 2 1 012
Easton 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0-1
Hits Heading, 15; Easton 6. Errors
Bonding, D; Easton, I. Battories Oulds
Kud Gooduartj Bradley, Carr and La
Tolle. At Pottsvillu, morning game
rottavlllo 1 0040004 09
Alleutovn....O 0304001 2-4
Bttt-PottaTillc, ISi Allentown, 10. Er
rors PottBVille, 0; Allentown 10. Batter
ies Tate, Dlggius; Donouuo and Costello,
Kilrny aua Kelly.
At Pottaville iSoecnd game
PottSTilla C 5 0 0 8 0 4 2 121
Allentown ....0 C 030300 0 )
Illts-Pottaville. 18; Allentown, 9. Er
rors Pottsville, 2: Allentown, 11. But
teriesWilson and Dlgglns; Baldwin. Kil
roy, Kolly ana Cjstello.
At Cie.clnnnti cinrinnati Louisville
game postponed on accouutof wet grounds
Washington. .4 1 7 4 2 4 1 1 32(1
Eoston 2 1 1 0 0 2 4 2 012
Bits Washington, 27; Boston 17. Er
rors Washington, 0; Boston, 8. Butterien
Mercer, Petty, Ballivan and Dagitalej
Lovett, Stnley andtieasel. Umpire Ems
lie. At Bt. Louis
St. Louis 0 0 0 0 1
Cleveland 2 2 0 0 0
0 2 0
Hits 81 Louis, 13; Cleveland. H. Errors
Hi. Louis. 3; Cleveland, t, Batteries
Clarhion, Hnwley and Peltlj Young and
O'Connor. Umpire Hurst.
At New York
New York....O 0 0 0 0 0
Brooklyn .... 1 0 0 2 0 2
1 1 7
Hits Now York. 4; Brooklyn. 15. Er
rort New York, 2; Brooklyn, 1. Bat
ttxrles BtUlttad Farrell; bteiu and Kins
low. Umpire Stage.
BaltttoOl ,,,,, 2 2 2 0 6 4 0 0 IS
Philadelphia.,! 0 0 0 0 2 4 6 2 it
Hits- Hsiiiinorc, 22; Philadelphia, 18,
Errors Boltltnoro, 2; Philadelphia, 3. Bat
teriesInks, Brown, htultane and Ribiu
son; Carsoy, BnrMaaand tiros. Umpire
Pittsburg 5 0 0 1 0 1 4 0 x-11
Uiicngo 0 0020200 0-4
Hits-Pltlsbntg, 17; Chicago, 8. Er
rors Pittsharfi 8; Chicago, 4. Batteries
Kllli n ond Morrltt; (Jnnithsaud Kittredgc.
( EASTERN LEAGUE,
Wilkes-Barre, 0; Troy, 2.
Buffnlo, 7: Springfield, 21,
Erie, J; Providence, 5.
Blnghamton, 8; Syracuse, 4.
GLINTS FROM THE OlAMOND.
The Little Tigers defeated the Raymond
Star-, by a score of 9 to 0, yesterday.
Third Baseman Baton has parted com
pany with tbo Huston club, it M stated.
resentatives of the narrlsbiirg, Al
toonn, Beading and Pottsville clubs met at
Jlarri-lmrg last night to re-arrange the
schedule for July 4.
Umpire .Mitchell threatens a libel suit
gainst President Phil J. Connell, ot the
Pottsville baso ball asaocintion, for what
be said Of his umpiring when Pottsville
played at Hanisburg recently.
THC NATIONAL GAMS.
"A four-bae bit!"
With speed intonse,
The ball hath hit
Beside the fence,
lie in ns: Ho flies
Until bo reels!
The bleachers' cries
Inspire his boelsl
The winning run
The race mn.t be;
Then ho hath won
A rush I A slide!
A deafening shout
Tho umpire cried:
The player's ont!"
f I closed his eyas.
But sleep cam not-1
With weary Sighs
Thou up he got.
"'Tie vsin!" he said,
"I've tried before
To go to bed
Without the score."
Msvsfnnd iYfUn Dcalir.
MUST FIRST OEFEAT CORNELL.
Tbat la What Yale, Matt Do Bsfors It
Can Row Oxfotd. .
For a number of years Cornell has
been making every fair and sportsman
like effort to bring ab tit a nee be
tween her crow and Yile, but the Now
Haven men have off -rod every escus'
imaginable whenever the inbjeot was
mentioned by the offleers of the Cor
nell navy, and have never uulil this
year uiven thorn any satisfaction or
answer which might be coustruod iu
tbe least degree favorablo to such on
When Cornell, In 1875. won tha In
torcolleglats regatta, defeating Yale,
along with twelve other competitors,
the New Haven men withdrew from
the association, and said to Cornell
"Our policy is only to row Harvard.'
Many times have tho Ithacans sent a
polite invitation to Now Haven asking
tor a race, and then, Wnitlng for a race
until patience ceased to be a virtus, is
sued an open challenge to row Yale "at
any time, in any water and for any dis
With a long list of uninterrupted
victories, eleven in number, iu eight
oared shells .Cornell thinks that she lias
some claim on Yale before the lattor
has any right to row any foreign orew
as an Amerioau representative,
Yale is very desirous of rowing Ox
ford, and to tbat end the Yale athletic
team is going over as a sort of a fore
runner to tuts greater international in
tercollegiate regatta. The most im
portant feature of tho proposed race
between Oxford and Yale is this: The
former has written to Cornell, which
letter Commodore Brown has in his
pocket, sayiug that Oxford will never
row Yale until the New Haven crew
defeats Cornell or any other worthy
claimant to lutercoilegute acquatio
ohumpionship honors iu America,
She realizes that Yale is a power iu
rowing, but she is also aware tbat
Cornell has a record of nveo vears DO
interrupted victories in clght-oared
sliulls. She knows tbat Courtney has
never ooHOhod a losing orow, and tbat
with Cornell making such open and
manly propositions to Yale as she has
for years that it would beau empty
honor for any English crew to row
Yale, and even if the Englishmen won
they are too.spnrtsmaulike to givrt tho
affair an international character with a
great rowing college like Cornell left
bebind over In Amerloa, utianswerod
nut yet undefnaUd.
Just what Yale will do, now that she
has received her ultimatum from Ox
ford, is an unanswered q-'instion. That
she wants to tost her skill with tlie
Englishmen is acknowledged by Cap
tain Cook, but uow that the only way
for her to accomplish this Is to first de
feat Coruoil, places the New llavtn
uui varsity iu'k position that she is not
used to, una of being dictated to, and
jast bow she will oondnst herself un
der this druwn rein is a matter of groat
specnlntion. The question that sports
men ask of each other i, "Why should
Yale row Cornell?" Every non-partisan
whn iiw Saturday's race
believes Cornell is tbe fastest
crew in the world. Every man who
ever sat In a good Yale erow knows that
lale has nothing tu accomplish m row
ing Harvard, for the lattor bus not
much of a rowing reputation.
She has no decisive stroke of her own
and no coaches. Courtney has seen
many Harvard er w, and was at Cam
bridge inspecting the work of tue mn
last fall at tbo request of tbe Harvard
captain, and ho says tbat both Cornell
and Pennsylvania would defeat Har
vard with ease. Philadelphia Lodgor.
OFF FOR MERRIE ENGLAND.
Yale Athlstes Crossing tbe Ocean to
OonUst with Yale.
The ten athletes of Yale university,
who cross tho ocean to moot tbe might
iest men in Oxford 'varsity's ranks on
tbe cinder pstb and track and iu the
helil, sailed from New York Wednes
day afternoon on tbe New York.
Looming a full heel above his fol
low was Captain O. W. Hickok, tbo
giant weight thrower. With Hickok
were Sprinteis Pond, Woodhnll, Mor
gan and Sanford; Hurdle Runners anil
Jnmpors Csdy and Sheldon, Weight-
Ibrowors Brown and Hatch. Charlie
Sberrill aeo.mpinied the tsain as a
general adviser. Captain Hickok said
that he expected that the team would
give an uuusually good account of it
self. "I think," lie added, "that Pond will
so, urn the 100 vard dash, Ca ly the
high hurdles, Woodlimi the bnlt-mile,
with th j q iarter-mile a clo e race be
tweeti Poii'J and San lord. I cannot sue
where J. P. Foy, of jDxlord. will be
beaten in the high and broad jtitnrai,
aud those events must be conceded to
the Enk'lBhmftu. I know, from whut
American athletes toll me, that Kng
gland ought to uli' r especially good ad
vantages to our teum. I menu atmos
1 lie team will disband after tha con
tests, July 1C. and will do the Conti
nent iu pairs at their leisure.
NOTES ABOUT BICYCLE MEET.
Pitcher Onn Clarke has bojM released bv
Now York; Louisville is alter him.
There wiK bo uine races and in addition
George Taylor will ride a mile au'diiet
time, boping to beat 2.10.
The diaginm for boxes is now open at
312 Lackawanna avenue iu chart;,, of H.
B. Chase, There are only a few boxes h ft.
Dan Canary will give two uxinbi'bm iu
fancy nnd trick riding. One of tho exhi
bitions v.lll bo on a high wheel, tho other
on a safety.
A special train on tho Delaware and
Hudson has been arrnnced for. It will
leave the Delaware, Lucltawanna nnd
Western aeport at 1,3'J lor tho Driving
Yesterday the club awarded the con
tract for tbe erection of a now grand
btand to the Peck Lumber company. The
stanil will bo located Just south of tbe
present grand stand and will accommo
date 2,010 persons.
Those who attend tho blcyclo meet at
the Driving Park on July 4, and who go in
carriages, must be inside tho OQclosuroat
1,48 or they will not be admitted. Tbe
rncos will start promptly at 2 o'clock nnd
this rule is Imperative lti order tbat there
may be no Interruptions when tho rncos
Among the local men wno are making
good records at tbo Driving park every
evening are Oscnr Paine, White aud Ureg
ory, ot tho Qreeu Hidge Wheelmen;
Tuolrne, of tho South Fide, and Gardner,
Newman and Winiuis, of tho Bcranton
club. '1 bey will contest for some of the
chief prizes aud hope to make bettor than
ODDS AND ENDS CF SPORTS.
A match game of quoits for 1100 will be
pitched at J. E. Ryau's Hotel, Pine llrook,
today, by Jobu Proddlock and Stoddard
Finlock. The gams will take place between
2 and ;i o'clock.
Joe Lewis, tbe backer of Kid Lavlgoe, of
Saginaw, has posted $50 for a match
against the winner of the Dtxon-Grlff..
fight. Lavignc will meet Qriffo at catcb
weights and will weigh in at 122 pounds if
be meets Dixon.
George Johnson, the featherweight
champion of Eugland, has Issued a chal
lenge to fight George Dixon, tbe feather
weight champion of America, at 121
pounds, for 4'"00 and the featherweight
obamploiirblp of the world. He will fight
Dixon iu England or Amsrioa.
English scullers have objected to J, J.
tPanti of all kinds cost that mueh, en
tept Situation! U'unUd,wlticlt art insert
-1ENERAI. AGENTS WANTED BEI J.
1 ing now articles to dealers) exclusive
territory, no competition, nocanital required;
OQ to MS per cunt, profit, 'oluiubia Choiui
cal Co., rtll Dearborn St., Chicago, 111.
ffl7M0 PER MONTH, CITi "It COUNTRY
o to conipotunt wide-awake lasoranoc solio-
it irs; woll established pCrmaBont busiliesi.
Address or inquire second floor, Sti Lack
Wannaave, Bcranfon, Pa.
r ANTED-.MAN WITH LIFE AND HUE
VV insurance expnrlfliieo as bolieltor in
'Luekitnunna county; good iailucomonu to
right man, Address 1111-26 lieiK building.
Philadelphia, Pa. ,
Help Wanted Male.
WANTi!i3-TKXnKlaiiTmN bt boys
to nuke money. Apply ut Rom", ul
Spruce street, at 1(1 o'clock this morning.
Ur ANTED Men to distribute elr tilnrsand
collect naiuoxj Highest prices pSia, In
vestigate, merchant & CO., tlerobantc'
r AN TED IF YOU ARE A CATHOLIC
Unemployed and will work for $18 per
week, write MaeCouuoii Bros., ii Franklin
streoi, lloHton, Mass.
Helo Wanted Females.
AWEB W'ANTI D 'I'll W KITE AT HOM1! ;
j IU weekly; tta canvassing, Kei.iy witn
stamp, MISS FANNIE
Horsee at Auction.
1H.RSE8 AT Al'CTHN-l WILL HE-
1 1 ca ve a load of borsos ut Cuslck a stnhli
Scroi.tou, on Frld.ynud soil tliein at am tl u
on Monday, Juno St atl o'clock p. in. W. li.
A I'CTKlN SALE OF 111) SEH-TWo'l'Ai:
IV loads of wistoin work horses, saddle
aud aarrutae hori is, mtutbesola at auction
Saturday, dune 21, toimy freight. MICHAEL
BUCKLEY, Di-lvinit Park.
HOUSE AND LOT FOR BALB-e ROOMS
all modern Improvements, 17lf I'eun
avenue, Green 1 Idle", l-'art rash, balancu oa
time Cull any day or even! f
(H i ii i: op
Taa Tbouboit OoAt Co.
Saranton. Ph.. Jilne l. Jsol.
T'TJE ADJOURNED ANNUAL MEETING
1 of tho stoc.kholders of fids eoinj.any will
no Held at tlie oiiu-o ol inecompaor, room in,
CommonwcaltM HiitMlng, Sc autjn, fa., on
Friday, June S9th, lr-IH. ut I o'clock p. m.
Hy order of the President.
THOMAS II. HALE, Secretary.
1 ) LAN K DliuKH, PAMPllLET87i.lAGA
J) stli.es. etc.. bound or rebound at Tun
Thiiii'.ns oilier, (juick work, tteasounhlo
MEAL TICKETS CAN HE HAD AT 144.
corner Siirnco street and franklin avo-
unt. Twenty meal tickets fur $3.50. Uood
CUMMER BOARDING-POUR RESPECT
L able persons im Hud first class board
with Biiisll family in la ge. airy house. Hot
and cold l-aths. Freo carrlat; to depot nnd
churcli Three qnsi ters of u nilie tioia sta
tion. Hcaltliy locality. Address box ii.l.chu I. ,'
Money to Loan.
OJHB MUTUAL GUARANTEE 11. & L.
i as oi'l.ttlon. of I'hihiiloiiiliia. Loans
promptly miidr. on first mortgage on ItterovCd
real e.tate; easy monthly aymeiits: mortaaife
cuncolled at ouco in ease of death any time
after first payment Apply to A. R. RAUB.
Secretary and Treasurer. Scranton brunch,
4'iri Spruce street.
T OST-A HOLD HAIR PIN WITH WHITE
IJ pionirs. 1-inner will no suitahly re-
warded hy returnlne the samo to Colonel E.
11. Ripple, Third National bank building.
Fro post. Is.
TlBOPOSALfl WILL l E RECEIVED UN
J til June 2"ith for sinking and tllnlieritip a
stiart lixi-i m tlie clear, i.opo reet ieei; tin.
rock h moHtly shale; eiiBluos and 1) X turns iu
place ri mly to turn on steam; for further par
JAMES M. EVERHART
INSTATE Ot Martha Taylor, 1 it of
j Bar niL'h of Olrahaai Pa., deoeiis'd.
Letters o admi i strstlou upon the abive
named estate having been Kinnted to tho
u dersiK.ied all persons l av ng clainiordn-
inandj nRalr.st said estate w II nresent them
i'er i avne nt a id teo.ie Ind bl d tha.-eti will
ph'nso .nsk i hi msdlata pvm -nt to
W1LLAH1I, WAHRKN ..- KNAFP,
Attorneys for Iv.tato.
JOTIN TAYLOR, Afimr.,
-OTlCE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
1 V application win be nmdu to the (4 ivcraor
of Pennsylvania en Monday, the seoonddav
ef July. !'.'!. by Watts C. Van Hlareoni. W .
i,o.v.ir.l w itiiei-s, rcumund a. Hut . D.iid
Burnhaand Louts J. Biabeeker, under the Act
of A-Kcnihiy, emitlod "An act to provide for
tlie incorporation an 1 rcKule.tiou of oertaia
P mt.i.is. .-I'lprovei Ai.r. :V. 171. ami
tlie RUt.:ilenients thereto. f,.r the charter ot
an .nieililed corimratlo-i to he called the
in-- ent Coal Miniii Cnuipeny. tho obarae-
t-T and ohiectof wbieh la the mlnlnv. nrenar-
ir.' for innrket and tolling nuthrG"iie OoaL
and f er tbsce pnrpns s to have, paeeess ana
enjoy all the rights, benoOH end privlloKin of
said Act of Assembly and supplements thereto.
I'ATTKRBON & WILCOX,
Ij wasliiinr or hut kind of eleanbur. Ai.nK-
tof.f4 Elm street.
VJ1TUATION WANTID-HY A YOUNG
I ' hulv deslrubl of oiituinin m iio.iii
book-kospef, CHshler, or at aenaial ofllee
Wi.ll:. Rest refeieuees will l.o furni-heil. In.
quire ".IS Chestnut street.
WANTED -A POSITION AS Rl.OK
f keoplu-, double and alnulo sntrv. ha
lady who has uraduated iu all ln-aneijcs: cood
referenoca Address K. I. M Dnn.nure, Pn,
((van. the Toronto Rcullnr. aa a aandllUta
fertile llt.Lliloliil sool:4 afct.nu It.,, ,-. -
gatta on tho ground that ho Is not (ittn ifl d
IV . w no bu mull Cll . X UU 1 Ol Oil . U 111. W-
logelnb. which sent Rvau and Wright to
row nt Heiilev. has ofllcinllv rnn.rtiiiiiieui..
ed with the Henley coiutnittoa to thoof
fect that the Toronto scullers att pertectly
qualilled to row.
This remedy is becominc se wall known
and so popular as to need no special men
tion. All who have used Klectrlo Hitters
line the came ning of prnise. A purur
medicine noes muexist ami It Is unman -teed
to do all that is clanned. Ulectrio
Hitters will cure all diseases of the Liver
and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Boils,
Kilt Kheam and other nffections caused by
impure oioi.u.--mil urive ainiuiia irom
the system and prevent na well as core all
Malarial fe'vera. For cure of Headache,
Contlspation aud Iiitllitestion try Electrio
Bitters Kntiio satiataotlon guarau'tuod,
or money refunded. Price M ctp. and ti
per bottlo at lUattbcws Bros., Drug store
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothsrs!!!
Mrs.Wlnslow's Hoothiuir Bvrun has been
nsed Tor over flfty years by millions or
momers tor tueir children wnne teetbinf,
witb perfect success. It soothes the child,
softc us tbe gums, allays all pain; cores
wind colic and is tbo beat remedy for di
anbroa. Sold bydmesilsts In every nart
of tbo world. He sure and ask for "Mrs.
winslow's tsoothing Hyrup,"aml take no
no other kind. Twenty-Ore cents a bottlo.
I'HYSH 1A.V-; A.M. SUmSiMMM
1 )R- .ELiGAE DEAN has removed to 810
-R-' Spruce street, Bcranton, ia. (.JusUop
poalto couri-lioubu squara)
T)K- A. jTuuNNlSLL, OlUce ittJl Washington
J-' aruuuo, i-oraor Spruce streut, over
macks'! drug store HcMdencc, ! Vina at.
Pflte&onMM lO.aJtolSa. m. and to uU
OS) to 7.J0 p. n. Sunday, It to 3 p. m.
W. 1". ALLEN, uffluu cur. Laeka
i J wanna and Wiishlneton aves. : ovor Leou
, ard shoe store; oltico hours, 10 to 13 a. m. and
I IM i p. m.; fvcn.UKJ at luildeuoo, tU.N.
I Vpahtti((lim vii
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-v., , wu nr., j. n. square.
aH8a W. OAKI'DKU, Attorney t Law,
rnuma 03, W mil (if,, Commonwealth hT'c
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!LS?5L?? Scranton, Vk
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OHAND UNION TEA CO.. Jones 7ot
WJtli SltE KKR.
OS. KtTETTEL, M I.aciawnnna avenua,
mm JSS33jBft 1 1 mannl of gjre Boraens
BOTEU AND RBtT A OTtAWTa,
WW WESTMINSTER, 21715 Wyomina
1 ave. RoomaJiMU-d with steam; all moo?
ern Improvement. C. M, TaimAa. Prop.
rHE ELK CAFE, la and 127 Franklin ave
X nue. Kutes reasonable.
' Zieiilbr, Proprietor.
Vytbi'MliNoTKR HOTEL. k
JJ. . ,W. O. SCHENCK. Manager.
Biiteenth street, one bloci east or Broadway
at Union Square, New Yorg.
Amerlrsn plan. 60 per day and epward
TMTOfE HOUSE, Eurucoan plan; jood
V rooms. Open day and night. liar sup.
plied with the best. ,
.'-.-:Li.i?? NE. Proprietor
OCRANTON HOUSE, near D., L. tsVi.
O Setiaer depot Conducted on the European
CL1-. iCToHKnrn. Proprietor
li A Ml I'H'fllll. a i,., , ..
V equlnpel hotel m Alleutonu. Pa.; rtA4
-." qiilppet hotel iu Alleutuftu. Pa.: ratal
1 aud JS.&0 nor day.
VlCTi.n r. BiniraR, Proprietor.
DAVIS HOUPT, Arehltecti. ttimwTiT
am) Sft Coniinnnwealth b'ld'c:, Beranten.
1j L. WALTER, ArciiiteetT Uhrary liuLTi
j ing, Wyoming aveuu?. Boranton,
Vf L. BROWN. Arab B. Architoot Price
I i l.nilding.iai V ,iiih!:igton Ave., -orantoo,
AUEIl'B 6RUHESTRA - "ST'sitJ rdtt
tialla. ntenioN imrl.oa mum i
. .- - ,t"wwili uru-
addrnns R. J. Ruuer, conduetor. lb Wyomiua
svo.. over Hulb"rt's music store.
OBTON I). SWAUTS-WHOLESALE
lumoor, lTice Luuuinji Scran;on, Pa.
A J LGARlfi-.K BROTHERS, PRINTERS'
l supplies .nyilo;.es. papar hags, twuio.
Urehnjiso, 1J0 V aslilnglon ave, Scranton,
Bow E' live RY. im rapouse avnnc
1 hirst, class oarnsirej. IV L, I OOTB, -
rnnsral Director and Bmbalmsr,
IRANK P BROWN A CO.. WHOLE"
L JAl ir,!'fet'" S oedware, Cordate and
li,, t lota, ..II w. I.f ekawaiina avec.no.
T.'i'KA HN.N bulldej-i and r,,;ra.-
Xu tora Yards: Comer Olive St, and ilaiu-i
ave. ; omer Ash t. and Penn ave., Bcranton.
Dimes Are Like Dollars
AT THE GREAT
Bankrupt Sale of the Pomphrey & Morion Stock
Of Ngw, Fresh Goods at the 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 goods were pttrdhaMd at SHERIFF SALE and tho people aro benefited thereby.
&o merchant in Hie world can buy goods in tho regular way and compete wita our prices.
The reserved portion of this stock will be placed on sale during this week.
THE MILLINERY DEPARTMENT will be closed out for almost uothinj to make room
for other goods.
So many oomo in the afternoon that there is scarcely standing rOQm. It would be muoh more pleas
ant to come in the 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.
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 numbe of Ladies' Suits, made of above cloth. BLAZER
JACKET and SKIRT at $8, and it is great value.
Have you seen the LADIES' VESTS wa are selling at 98c; $1.60 elsewhere.
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By the most experienced workmen in the city.
NO FANCY PRICES.
COU. LACKAWANNA AND ADAMi AVENUE.
HEART LAKE, Susquehanna Co.
U. E. C..OFUT Proprietor.
fpHIS HOUSE in Btrietiy temperance, is uow
ai d ell tnruttbsd and DPBM !D To
'.llK PUBLIC TUB YEAH ROUND; ll
located in ilway l.uweun lloatroiaan I Suran
tou, mi .liontrosj and i.ae.awnu.i i BaUroa4.
elx miles from 1)., L, & VV. U. R. at Alford
8:a:iun, aad Ilv.. milet from Mmtroie; c:a
iiacity, ei;lit7- Ave; throe miuucoa' wulk f ram
R. R. station.
UOOD BOAT, T I -I1INO TACKI.B, c,
J'ltHK Ti UUKtlS.
Altitude al.ou: 8,1)00 font, enual'inif in tbis
laspi'et the Adiroadaek and Catialll Moija-
Hue Rrovaa. plenty of ebale and beautiful
scenery, making a Siiiinuer lioaort UUDX
eeiled Iu beauty and clioipuom.
Unne.inK pavilion, swin.-s, cro.U"t gr onnds,
Ac. fold r-in Inn Wet.'i- and pljnty ol Milk
ttatai, tt 7 tu mo per noek. 91.60 per
Excui-nii.n tickets sold at all station! on D.
h. A W, linos
Port r meets all trains.
European Plan. First-class Par attrfotien.
!! a lor Pertfuer A r.ag.i' Tannbatusor
II Cor, tStt end F'ubert Sts ; Pito,
licit desirable fer realdenU of N.E. Per.n'
tyimiiia. All eonveuleucos for ti-.irolers
to ana from Proad Street station and the
1'welftU aud Market Htroet station. De
sirable for viHtii.,; Korantoiilans and hj.
lie In tbe Antbraclta Regioo.
T. J. VICTORY.
N. A. HULBERT'3
City Musio Store,
Ji WKOMWa AVg.i 8CBAMXO&
8TRINWAV A SOM
KUANICH A BACii
Vi'ULlZ it UAUUU
Jit a lares ttook ot first-oUu
ICVBIOAL Mi- Ken MJibU
FOSTER & CO.
OUR LINE OF
W Al I API 209
See oar FIFTEEN DOLLAR Solid
Oak Bedroom tsett
We sell jTuruilure as cheap as
any houso in the country tliat In
tends to give honest value for the
money. Try us.
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WILEY & RUSSELL AND WELLS nROS
Bittenbender & Co.. Scranton.
Wholauto and retail dealers' in Wagonmakore' and Blacksmith'
LOUIS B. SMITH
in Choice Confections and Frnits.
BREAD AND CAKES A SPECIALTY.
FINEST ICE CREAM
1437 Capouse Avenue.
Opp. Court House.
i:. R. SPIKES
I PARLOUS OPBM FROM 7 A.M. TO 11 P.M.
BPHCtAL ATjBNTlON OlVlCN TO SL'P
(PLYIXU FAMILIKS WITH ICK CUE AM.
You Are Interested ia Wedding
Presents, w would like to
I i.v- von i'i.m mid examine
our PtotM, It i Inftnttlbie
for jtf Jf. to Hnd a better
us- W M ME! H sortmentofgoodi
In a w our line than we
liHVe to oiler, mill our crth eyslem
uHnteei you the best Tnluibles pro
curable. Get our new price liatt at
otifore ynn W H n f it will at
lei si Blve gl I W voualiitit
of what we DRtV X3dP B are doltig
tbronghont tt atorw in vry depart
meut. DiHuioilds will prova 8 profits
hie ltivfetment these daya. Their rapid
rise in valaa ii sure and certain, and
if you want to get tha lowest price T"f
Oaiti Dealer in Dlamonils, Watrli i,
Cor. Penn Ave. and Sprues St.
A Handsome Oomplexion
Ii oae of the irreatedt charms a woman oan
possess rouonrs uoMfLBkioR Po