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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE -MON DAT MORNING. JUNE 25, 1894.
Timely Hitting Allows Altoona to Me
Victory From Scranton.
BUT WE PLAYED BETTER BALL
Easton Meets Its Waterloo in Two
Games With Reading Allentown
Drops Another td Pottsville, and
Hazleton Goes Down Before Har
risburg Standing of the Clubs
Various Base Ball, Bicycle and
Other Out Door Sports Entertain
S THE first series of
tin SLuto lmiauu
on July 7, it will be
seen by a glance at
the subjoined stand
ing of tbe vurious
clubs that it Will be
the club play iu
anything like its
nlil-tliim form, to
prevent llarrlsbursr from finishing at
the top of tbe list. From present ap
pearance, uiiIpss Allentown pulls her
self together with a mote heroio effort
thiin has characterized her playing the
punt week, Hazleton vfill finish in
ai'cond place with Reading third, al
lowing ihe "King" to gracefully bring
up the rear of the first division. Potts
ville, by the way, is putting up a rat
tllUK article of ball, and tbe end of
tbe series might possibly see that club
in sotno other position than sixth iu
As to the Scranton club, the beat we
dnre rt asona-bly hope is that she will
head the second division, but to do this
she will hare to put on a strong front
and maintain it until the close. E'is
ton still has a tenacious hold on eixnth
place about as much a cinoh as Har
ris burg has for first honors which she
will undoubtedly grace uutil July 7,
The following table gives the per
centages of the clubs, together with the
nuiuber of games won uud lost by each,
atid their standing In the championship
Won. Lort. For C't.
31 8 .703
ai ia .as
22 18 .550
23 21 .513
10 19 .457
15 Vi .441
17 83 .!
7 as Jiiw
Hi iullllg zi
Alrnmi,. . . 1(1
SCHEDULE FOB TODAT.
Scranton at llarrisbur
Allentown at Reading.
Huzleton at Altoona.
Easton at Pottsville.
Y-T FARTHER OOWN THE TO BOG.
We Agaia Come Out Soond Bst In o
Finely Conteitsd Gmm at Altoona.
fpcaial ' thi fcranlaa Tribune
ALTOONA. June 23 Opportune hit
ting by the home cluo was the causa of
bcranton's defeat today, but the latter,
although beaten, put up the better ar
ticle of ball, The score;
U. II. PO. A. E.
Cote, C 3 8 10 0
Walters, c f 1 8 6 0 1
Youuijinau. s. s 1 1 8 0 1
Hartman, 3b.... 1 1 1 1 0
llagac, lb 0 3 0 1
Bu'.termore, 3b 0 112 1
Dourghuo, 1. f 0 0 1 0 0
A'hmback, r. f 0 0 3 0 0
West, p 1 1 0 2 1
Total , 0 U 37 11 8
H. II. PO. A. K.
Megan, tc, f 1 0 3 0 0
Wetzel, as 1 1 1 5 2
Patches, c 0 o 4 e 0
l'helan, 2b 112 10
Mans, it o l s u o
itnssey, lb 1 0 18 0 0
WeBtlake, 3b 1 3 0 8 1
Armor, rf 0 1 1 0 0
Flanaghau, p 0 10 2 0
Total 0 7 27 U 3
Altoona 0 0301012 0-0
Scranton 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 05
Earned ruus Altoona, 8: Scranton, 1.
Two base hits Youuginan, Hagan, 2.
Three bare hit Colt. Unse on balls By
West, 3; by Flannasfan, 4. Struck out
By West, 1; by Flauuagau, 4. Doable plays
Butterraore, Younguian and llugan;
YoutipinMi and Haftau; Pbelan and Mas
bey. Umpire Core iran. Time 1.50.
OTHER STATE LEAGUE RESULTS.
Barriburg....O o 0 o l l 5 o 310
Hazleton 1 0030000 0-4
Hits Harrlhbarg, I); Hazleton, 11. Er
rors liurrisburg, 1; Hazleton, 0. Batter
ies Sproiile and Sminki Fee and Moure.
Pottsvi'.lo 3 2 0 2 0 0 0 7 0-20
Allentown.... 1 C000800 0 7
Hits-Pottsville. 27; Alleutowa 10. Er
rors Pottsville, S; Allentown, 12. Bat
teries Hughes and Diggins; Sottley and
an;l C.istello. '
At Reailiug-v first game, five innings
Heading 1 q 13 3 g 80
Eastoh 2 0 1 11 (j 3
Hits Reading, 11; Easton 4. Errors
Reailini:, 3; Easton, 4. Batteries llayeB
anil (ioodbart; (ireen, Carr and Davulle.
At Reading second game
Heading 7 3 1 3 1 0 18 0 1-27
Easton 4 0 0 0 v8 0 5 0 113
Hits Rending, 21); Easton, 9. Errors
Reudiuu, 1; Easton, 7. Batteries Hallo
well, Unlit-. Jones and Vox; Kimball, De
laney and JUoveU.
Baltimore 18; Philadelphia, lL
Nmv York, 10; Brooklyu, 8.
Boston, 12; Washington, 5.
Pittsburg, 9; Chicago, 4.
Cincinnati,!: Louisville,!. (First game.)
Cincinnati, 8; Louisville, 3. (Second
St, Louis, 11, Cleveland, a
Wilkos-Bnrre, 12; Troy, 8.
Providence, 4; Erie, 3.
Buffalo, 4: Springfield, 9. (First game.)
Buffalo, C; Springfield, 8. (Second game.)
Biugbamton, 39; .Syracuse, 9.
SUNDAY BALL GAMES.
Chicago 3 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 5-10
Bultitnoro 0 1 1 3 0 1 0 2 8-11
Hits Chicago, 18; Baltimore, 12. Errors
Chicago, 3; Baltimore, 4. Hatteries
Terry, Kittridge and Sobriver; Hawkeaud
Robinson. Umpire McQnald.
GLINTS FROM THE DIAMOND.
Flanaghan was hit hard Saturday.
Scranton needs two pitchers right away,
We are now keeping company with Eas
ton at tbe toot of t ha column.
The Scranton club baa not out the figure
during the first season that it was ex
Scranton will play Har risburg at the
state capital today and tomorrow, and on
Friday and Saturday the two clubs will
play in tbls city. Scranton will be fortu
nate In securing one of these four games.
Manager Barnle, of Baltimore, was in
the city Saturday and obtained the releaae
of Pitcher Hodson from tbe direct ors of
tbe Scranton club for $800. Hodson will
pitch his last game for Scranton today at
THE V. M, C. A. FIELD SPORTS.
Interesting, but Poorly Attsndsd Owing
to tbe Heat.
From the fact that Saturday was the
hottest day thus far this season it was
not surprising that the Young Men's
Christian association field sports at
Hognn park were witnessed by a small
crowd of speotatori. It is to the credit
of the athletes that but few scratches
occurred and that the different events
were so closely contested.
The feature of the sports waa tbe
high jumping exhibition by Mr. F.
Sweeny, the world's champion, of the
Xavier Atbletie elub, New York.
Though affioted with a painful swel
ling on the Instep of his "take-off" or
foremost jumping foot, aud being hin
dered by uneven ground, Mr. Sweeney
did 0 feet. As tbe exhibition was more
to show bow tbe jump was made than
to show what the champion could do,
the crowd was satisfied.
Mr. Sweeney's style ia different from
that of Page, late world's champion,
and other jumpers. He starts ou a
slow swinging trot about thirty feet
from tbe string and begins a oanter at
increased speed when about twenty
i'est from the posts. Just beforo muk
iug the jump his body and knees are
bent forward and the arms hanging
downward. Aftur the spring from the
loft foot and when the waist Is about
even with the fitting, the shoul
ders are given u swing to
the left. A turn is made in mid air
and as the champion goaa over tbe
string bis heels are as high as his besd
and an arm is outstretched on either
side. He alights on his left foot and
facing the point from which he
Mr. Sweeney's record is 8-4J and C-3J,
outdoor and iudoor.
SUMMARY OK TUB EVEMT8,
The summaries of the contested
events are as follows:
Oxe Hundred Yahp Dash First heat,
Surdam aud Reese; second bent, Moffat
and Uelbert; third heat, Kingur.f aud
Carl right; final, Reese, Surdam an 1 Kings
bury. Best time, 10 4-5 seconds. Handi
cap! KliiKsbury, scratch; Surdam, flvo
yards; JIolTat, three yards; Gelbert, five
yards: Reese, three yards; Cortright, five
yards: Uibbs, Ave yards; McUoulUrlcIt,
Thbowiho 12-POWD Hammkii Willard,
83.!; Kiugsbury, W. Coleman, Bitten
bender, Harding and White also contested.
Pule Vault Quinau first, Qibba sec
cud; distauce, b io. Reese, Dimmick aud
White also contested.
KtaaiNO Hum Jump Qulnan, scratch,
first; Wetland, !-cratcu, and Ulbbs, 1 inch,
tie for second: distauce, 5-6.
One-Milk IUck (juinau, scratch, first;
Sewurd, 75 yards, second; time, C. 40. Dim
mick, 73 yards, aud Clapper, scratch, also
Appanded is the score of tbe Wilkes
Barre and Surautoo Young Men's
Christian association ball game. The
gam- was slow, full of errors, and red
olent with dirty play ou Wilkes-Barre's
part. Davh, first baseman, deliberately
gave Hoffner the shoulder, and for a
time it was thought tbe latter's jaw
was broken. Williams had to take bis
place at first.
Only seven inning were played and
when the game was called several of
the men were on the verge of prostra
tion from the heat The score:
It. H. O. A.E.
Oelbert, p.l 0 0 1
Davis, p...U 0 0 i! 0
Hoiliierlbl 0 110
Reese, if. .1 1 0 0 1
Quns'r.Sb.s 0 12 1
Murphy, ssa 3 i S
Malott, lf.8 3 3 0 0
Wirs,c,lb.S! 2 11 1 U
White, rf i a 0 0 0
Brxks,2b.l 0 1 2 i
(nil 'in. curl 3 2 10
& II. O. A.E.
Greer, rf .l
1 1 1
1) n 11
Drum, 2b. 1
ill.. :..,,' 1
Davis. 8b.. 3
Duran, lf..0 U
ToUI.aID 13 21 U 7
Scranton Q 8 3 0 0 3 1-16
Wilkca-Rarre , 3 3 4 0 0 4 0 -13
Earned rims Scrsnt a 8; Wilkes-Bsrri', 3.
Two baao blts-Mulott. Williams, Whito,
Alexander. Sacrirlcu hit BofTnar. StolcD
basos RuGFe, UotTner.Murtihy.Droolia, Drum.
2; Davis, Callnlia 1, 2: McCarthy, bt.ruckout
By Ooiliert, 5. Davis, 1; MoOartfiy 6, First
base on balls -By Oelbort, 4; McCarthy, 4;
Wild iiitches-(icllio.-t. Passed bnlls-Uil-leru.
Time S hours. Utaplre-McUuiauess.
The officials of the sports were J.
G. Noble, referee; John Armstrong and
W. White, judges; T. Harris and C.
Stevens, timers; L H Surdam nud J
T. Harris, announcers, and John J.
THE BICYCLE TOURNAMENT.
There will bo no postponement of the
races on accouutof rain.
Newman received his uew racing wheel
on Saturday. It Is a Victor.
The Wiillamsport club expects to be
represented by ubout forty rulers.
The Century club, of Philadelphia, will
soud a delegation of sixty to tho meet.
Boveral hundred persons witnessed
Scranton and Green Ridge clab men in
trainlug at the Driving park on ftoturdav
evening. Tbe boys are doing great work
nud good results will undoubtedly oonie
In order not to inforfore with tbe races,
which stnrt promptly at 2 o'clock, carriages
will not be permitted to cross the trnck
after 1.4S o'clock. Of course carriages will
bn admitted to the grounds at any time
during the day.
Tho following entries have recently been
reccivod: Class B, W. J, Helfert, Utica;
E. F. Miller, Vinelaud, H, J., members of
the Spauldlug team. Class A, William .M.
Campbell, Sunbury: Fratik Burns, Tuut
hannock; Charles H,. Measure, Philadel
phia. The Grootr Ridge Wheelmen will bB vory
spruce in tbe parade, as they hope to win
the prize offered to the club making the
best appearance. The prize is a Bilver
pitcher and goblet and is ou exhibition at
U B. Pratf s store, 312 Lackawanna ave
nue, Citiaens along the line of parade are re
quested to decorate their bouses. The
line of march will be as follows: Down
Wushlugton to Spruoe, to Wyoming to
Linden, to Franklin, to Lackawauna, to
Washington to Spruce, to Jefferson, to
Gibson, to Adams, psssiug tbe reviewing
stand st the club hjuse and broaklng
ranks at Erie and Wyoming Valley depot.
Some of the clubs that have signified
their intention of taking part ia the par
ade are as follows: The West End Wbeel
meu, Wilkes-Barroj Coutury club, Phila
delphia' Willlaineiiort Wheelmen; Maple
City Wheelmen, llonesdale; Carhondalo
Wheel olub; Great Bend Qyde club; An
thracite Wheelmen, Plttaton. Delegations
ft (Jin elnbs in Harrisburg, Biughamtou,
Reading, Easton, Trenton and Bethlehem
will also be present.
Ori iotsina a Young Ladr,
"She would be a pretty girl for bat one
"What's thatr asked Charlay.
George Her face is always covered with
purple and red blotchos.
Charley Ob, that's easily enough dis
posed of. Used to bo the same way my
self, bat 1 caught on to the trouble one
day. and got rid of it in no time.
George What was Itf
Charley Simply blood eruptions. Took
a short course of P. P. p. 1 tell yoo, It's
tbe boss blood corrector. The governor
hail rheumatism so bad that you could
bear him boiler cloar across the country
every time ho moved. He tried It, and
you know what an athletic old cent he ts
now. If somabody would give Miss Daisy
a pointer, she would thank tbein af tor
wards. All tho drug stores sell It.
The chief topic of conversation beard
everywhere ! the forthcoming produc
tion of the "Fall of BabyloB," wbtoh
will be given at the Frothingham next
Thursday aud Friday evenings. Thos
who have been permitted to see the r
hearsnls can assnro the public gener
ally that the production is going to le
a great treat both musically nud sp?o
taoularly. Neither time nor money
been spared to make the ajliir first
class In every asnse of the word, aud if
an outside company of equal merit as
the present cist were to play in this
city tbe work would have a run of
many weeks. Space oan not be spared
to give the dotails of the various acts
and scenes of the play, but those who
will be fortunate to secure seats will
freely say tbat they have never wit
nessed inch a work in this city.
Among tbe most interesting scones are
the Jewish quarters iu the city of
Babylon; tho camp of Crrus by night;
the soldiers ou the march; Z'tubabbel
iu prison and condemned to die; tho
solemn march to tbe place of execu
tion ; the ri-scue by the Cryian army ;
the great feast of Belsl.azzir; tbe th un
der storm, during which tho strain:.'
writing appears on tbe wall ; the arrival
of the Cyriun army and the death of
BslshaZEar. Each of these scenes are
are truly thrilling, and the audience
will be kept np to the highest pitch of
excitement from tbo first to tbe last
act, The diagram for reserved seats
opsns at Powell's mnsio store tomorrow
The choir of the First Presbyterian
church has hatn given a vacation for
the summtr, and yesterday the congre
gation had to do all the singing. .'Ins
Annetto Reynolds will have a vacation
duriug July and August, and Mils
Bsymoar, tbe organist, goes to Europe
for five 01 six months. Dr. McLiod
will have two months vaoatiou, and
Chorister Morgan expeott to go away
for some time,
Llewellyn Jones, the young baritone,
won many laurels at FactoryviUe last
week where he assisted at the concert
given by Mr. E. E. Southwortb's pupils,
Mr. Jones sang two si-lectlona and re
ceived encores ou unch rendition, Mr.
Jones has a very swast baritone voice
aud uses it with taste iu concert work,
0 k 4
Miss Ethel Newcomb, the yoong
pianist, well known in Scranton, will
accompany her aunt, Mia Seymour,
upon her trip abroad. While in
Europe Miss Newcomb expects to
study with the celebrated pianist and
David Johns, the operatic composer, ia
successfully conducting the musical ser
vice at Dunuiore Catholic church.
Franois Wilson will soon appear in a now
opera written expressly for him by Jaka
bowski, eutitled "Tbe Dovil's Deputy."
Miss Horan, 0110 of Professor South
worth's pupils, will give a piano recttai at
1'ouDg Men's Christian Association ball
George Carter, organist at Elm Park
church, expresses his intention of produc
ing the "Messiah in Surautou during tho
Dan Young, the comediob and stage
manager of tbe Mackay-Kenuy Opera
company, closed his eugagemeut with tbo
corupauy ou Saturday night, Mr. Young
will join tbo Gurmalu Opera company
next week at Chaatauqua,
Professor Parson Price, of New York,
will open bis scunner class in voice cul
ture ia Scrnntun duriug; tbe present week.
His pupils gave a recital at Hardmau hull,
New ork, last Wednesday afternoon, at
which some of the pupils from this city
WHIRLS OF THE WHEEL
Work has been beguu upon tbe track
which will be used for the national racee
In Denvor. The track is to be completed
Arthur Zimmerman won a bicycle race
from Harry Wheeler at Florence. Tho
cabled news surprised nobody here, as
Zuumy could always take Wheeler's mea
sure. J. S. Johnson Is still In great form, as
was shown at the Utica meet Thursday,
when be won the oue-niilo open ovent in
class 11 from C. M. Murphy very handily
iu 2 81.
It will be a long time before Sanger's re
cord of 2.W6 2-5 for New York' state is
broken. Sanger 1 nd to ride a hard race
when he made tbe record at tbe meo'.ing
of the Utica Cycling club.
A twouty-five-ujile bicycle raco for the
championship was run from Heme Hill to
London Saturday afternoon aud won by
Green, of Northumberland, iu 1.2.14 2-5.
Robertson was sscoud aud Palmer third.
It il considered doubtful if P. J. Dnffee,
who wns injaiod in a road race in Nw
Englaud the other day by colliding with
a woman, will recover. He suffered a
broken collar hone, a skull fracture aud
The Greouwich Wheelmen, of New York,
had a very successful blcyclo meeting-the
first of the season at ManhatUu field
Suturday. There was a good attendance,
of whom there woro a great many ladtos,
Johneon broke the track record by cover
ing a mile in 2, 19 2.3.
Lumsden has again left hit first employer
IB tbe cycle trade. He has for some time
been conneoted with the Chicago branch
of the Pope company, bat has determined
to again try roeiug, ns tbe result of a mile
ridden in 2 10 the other day. Uc will be
ono of the Rambler team.
Titus, the Now York erack. Is making
a very good show ainung tho big class 15
men. His milo in 2.UT at KockvilTe, Loun.,
shows what be is mrulo of. He has coeu
succeesfully riding in the company of
SangeT and rider of that class, ami so fur
has played with Keuuedy, Chicago's cluss
Tho attract hourly speed attained in
the big Catiadiau relay ride, 5 miles from
Sarnia to Montreal, was a bit over Id 1-2
miles per hour. This was considered liettei
than has-bred accomplished Iu similar rides
between Chicago snd New York, lint tbo
lncreB'-od speed is entirely due to the fact
that tho Canadian riders were favored
with clean roads and weather,
Kcheis, tho Wasserlturg bicyclist, who
finished second in the recent bicvele race
from Milan to Munich, has lodged s pro
test against tho race being awarded to
Fischer, who finished first. Uelruis asserts
that Fischer was hclpod by friends to get
over the most difficult part of the Jour
ney. Fischer has made a positive denial
of the charge ami challenges Ucheis to
bring proof of his accusation.
Cure for Headache,
As a romody for all forms of HeaflAnhn
Electric Bittors has proved to bo tho very
best. It effects a permanent, cure and the
most dreaded habitual sick headaches
yield to ltaiullueuce. We urge all who aro
utllicted to procure a bottle aad give this
remedy a fair trial. In cases of habitual
constipation EI!trlo Bitters cures by giv
ing the needed nine to the bowels, and few
uses long resist tbe use of this mudicipe.
Try it once. Large eottles only Fifty cunts
at Matthews Bros', drug store,
Hotnersl Knthsrstl Motbersfll
Mrs. Winelow's Hoothiug Syrup has been
used for over fifty years by millions or
mothers for their ghlidren while teething,
with perfect biiccosi. It soothes the child,
softens tbe gums, allays all pain; cures
wind colic, nnd Is the best romody for di
arrhoea. Sold by diugglsts in evory part
of tho world. Be sure and ask for "Mrs
Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup." and tako no
no other kind. Twenty-dye cents a but
Want of ail kind cott that much, 0
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Horace at Auction.
II ce vo a load ot hones at Cuslok s stubli
BeraptOO, on Friit.yuai sell them at aueti 11
ou Monday, Juno -'a ut 1 o'clock v. m. W. U,
ceaggg .i.. j tew 1 l
ziuos, etc., bound or rebound at Tus
'i'nim.NB ulllco. yiucU work. Koasonahlu
MEAL TICKKTH CaN W HAD AT 144,
enrnnr Upruco struct and Prsuklin ave
nue. Twenty oieal tickets fox S3.6U. tiool
ablo persons uiu tlatl first class board
with Hiuall family tn lu ge, airy huuao. Hut
end cold baths, t ree carriage to deKt and
dburcb Threu quai tors of a mile from sta
tion. Hcaltny locality. Addr.-ss box wi'mw'
about ?1. on Bwetlond street, betwoeu
Ujtlo Park uud Hi'oiulvy avenues, t'linler
v ill bo te warded by roturnmg to 360 Evans
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warded b) T turuiBsr the some to Colonel E.
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AUlJlTnnu rtOTICB TH8 PNDBB
i hi,:ne !. au auditor -ipp iru-1 by thu Or
phans Court of Lackawanna ( ounty. to pass
upon the exiiepuous filed to tbe Hi st partial
account of Alnry K. Church, onuiln.stratrix of
the ostat' of Henry E. CUiurob, dvesased, aad
to report distribution of tae dm .n In her
bunds, hereby givus notice Unit ho will at
tend to the duties of Ids sp; obitmeut ut his
ofllce, No. amSnrueu str.'et. Buranton. Pa., on
Weduradav th let day ot Auyust, 1W4. ut B
o'el'H'k a. in., at which iliuo aod place all psr
sons having ua interust in said fund or state
Will have an opportunity to bo heard and all
persons having claims against said fund or
estate uinst praseut them or bu forever there
after debarred front eominx In on said fund.
H. S l'REKTER,
IHTATB OPTHOMAIJ MlTLLKN, LATE
J of the city ot Scranton, oounty of Laoka
wunuu, State ot Puansyluauia, decsujed.
Letters testamentary upon t&u above named
estate harlng been granted to the undersigned,
nil persons having claims or demands against
tli said ufctatc will presuut them for payment
and tbose iudnbtod tberuto shall please make
liunieduite payment to
THOS. J. MULLEN, Kkocutor.
.lEssurs & lUao, Attnrueya,
T HE PNDEBBIQNHp, All ACDITOKAP
poiuted by tho Urphau's Court of Lacka
Vunua, topass upon the exceptionn to the ac
count of Charles Osrdner. aduilulstJstorof tlie
estuto of Maria Pelhaini (locoaaed, and to dis
tribute tho fuud as found reiuamln ia the
hundsof tho sad Charles tjarilner, ndiuinli
ti nt t .is aforesaid hereby givoi notice that
bu will attaud to thu duties of his appointment
at his oil ic in the city of Scrautou, Pa., No.
'Jill Wyoming avenue, on Thursday, tho litb
day of July, A. D., 1H4. at 10 o'clock, a.m.. at
which tluie snd place all persons having au
iutorvst iu said fund, or estate, will have aa
opportunity tn bo heard, and all persons liar
liiir claims against said fand, or estate, must
prosont ttiuui. or bo forovor debarred from
coming ill ou said fund.
B P. AKERLY,
Juno 8. 1HW. Auditor.
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JJ waahluB or any kind of cleaning. Apply
to Ml Elm street.
UlTUATlOS WANTED-BY A YOUNti
kJ lady desirable of obtaining a imnitlon as
book-keeper, cufhicr, or ut geusrsl olllee
woTk, Rest references will be turul.hud. In
quire Mb Chostnut street
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v keeper, d mblo and nlnplo entry, by a
lodjr who has graduated In all branches! good
rofureiices. Address K. I. M., Dunuiore, Pa.
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Dimes Are Like Dollars
AT THE GREAT
Bankrupt Sale of the Pomphrey t Morton Stock
Of New, Fresh Goods at the store of GROSS, FOSTER & CO.
Dress Goods, Silks, White Goods,JVuslin Curtains, Ladies' and
Gents' Underwear, Hosiery and Gloves, Corsets, Cloaks,
Shirt Waists and Blouses and Several Hun
dred Other Articles.
Thcso poods were purchased at SHERIFF SALE an(l people ata benefited thorebr.
No uierchaut in the world can buy goods in tlie regular way aud compete with our pricea.
The reserved portion of this stock will be plnoed ou sale during this week.
THE MILLINERY DEPARTMENT will be closed out for almost nothing to make room
for other goods.
So many come in tho afternoon that there is scarcely standing room. It would be muoh more pleas
ant to come In tho morning, but if you etiu't come in the moruiug,
COME ANY TIME
mr yon will not have another chance to get fresh goods for so little money.
Contiolly & Wallace
Take the lead. Becau8e They are Correct in Style, Right in
Prices, and of the Best Workmanship,
Three Special numbers of NAV7 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,
, HEART LAKE, Susquehanna Co.
'U. E. OBOPUX Proprietor.
rrHIS BOPSE Is atrictly temperance, Is now
I ai d well Turtiiahed tnd OPltfqD TO
lUK PUBUO TUJC T3A11 HOUND; Is
locate.! midwiiy Iwtwuuu Mootroia aui Scran
ton, on MontroBO and luckawunnn Hallroad.
i mlLM from 1)., L, A W. K a at Alfwd
B fttion, and Uvo inilu trum Mj.ulroo; ca
pacity, iiuty-rrvo; tbruu atlnatua' waUc f rum
U. U. itatluu.
OOOU B)AT. i i-HINU T CKMD, c,
VUi:E TO UUK8IS.
Altitudo about H.iHWfoBt, uuaUliiff In tbia
rosnoct too Adirondack aud OtilcRl Mous
taina. line groves, plenty of stole, and boautiul
oenery, imikinir a Hummer Ba&ort uimjc
culled in beauty and c'lojnueaa.
Uanotug pavilion, swiajit croquot ifrcuad
c Udd Hprlmj; "ater and uloutf ol Mlik
Uiitu., 87 to (fie jir Meek. Dl.fiu uar
Exi.nrn!. a tickuta aoldal all stations ouD,
L. & W. Unea
1'. 1 1 r meota all trAlsa.
Depot fur lifciguer 0 Eotfol's TanohifeaiMff
IE Cor, IStii tnufMuti, PbUada.
Men detirable for reildanta of K G. Pena
rylratila. All eonvenlencoa for trarelenj
hi and from Broad Street atatlou and toe
Twelfth and Uarkst Straet rtatiou. 1
arable for rlniting Serantonlaua aad pj
tie in tiiu Antkraolto Haitoa.
T. J. VICTORY,
N. A. HULBERT'3
City Musis Store,
a WXOaiarlQ AVB.. BCRAUld
BTMIWW A V Mr. RDM
KK.iSK'U & BACK
VIVUIZ & BAUKU
Mat a Jarga stock of Crrt-aUsl
UUBICAt. MKItCH AMllbU
MUbxa wo., KXix
FOSTER & CO.
OUR LINE OF
SOB ANTOa BEDDING CO.
COR. LACKAWANNA AND ADAM3 AVENU3.
Sec our FIFTEEN DOLL APw Solid
Oak Bedroom Sett
"We sell Furniture as cheap aa
any house in the country that in
tends to giye honoBt value for the
money. Tty us.
205 AUD m
IROH and STEEL
VILKY & RUSSElJj AND WELLS BROS
Wholeiklo and ntail dealers' Id Wagonuakard' aad Blacksmitiu'
LOUIS a SMITH
Dealer in Cloice Confections and Frnits,
BREAD AND CAKES A SPECIALTY.
FINEST ICE CREAM I
1437 Capouse Avenue
It R. SPIKES
PART.ORS OPP.N PfiOM 7 A.M. TO 11 PM
SjPRCIAL ATTr.XTloX J1V:.N T.i SCp.
PLYINU TAMll llii WHtflCB CUB AM.
You ara luterostail in Wedding
1 mm PrvieuU, wo would like to
B B liHV" yon call and zamln
nur Ktncir. It is ituii'sibln
fjr B 10 better
VT S m suriinentof goodi
in D Vr nr line than we
have to off. r, aiiU our caeli nystom
ROMSUMTOI iho best falatbltt pro
eurable Get our uew price lmt, at
nfc yon I It will at
lei ! girt fjffk 1 J W you a hint
if what w( Umwmr m are doing
tlirousnnut tue itON in rvury depart
ment. Dluinonili will prove a profita
ble investment these day. Tbelr rapid
riee in valne is u.uo and certain, and
iryou want to et the lowest priots mr
those In il
Cash Dealer In Diamonds, Watahoaj
Cor. Peon hi and spruce St.
Ladles Who Value
A rtflnod complexion must use Pureonl'i
der. It produces a soft and beautiful skin