The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, June 27, 1894, Page 2, Image 2
2 THE SClf ANTON TETBUNU-WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE L"T, 1894; BASE ALL Rain Prevented Many of the Scheduled Base Ball Games Yesterday, FABLES TURNED ON ALLENTOWN Altoona, Also, Captures a Game from Hanlon's Ponies Harrisburg Scranton and Pottsville-Easton Games Postponad by Rain Stand ing of the Clubs-Notes of the Bi cycle Meet Base Ball and Other Sporting News. A IX yesterday inter ftTed with the Statu If ague (jame Bi'hoil uled to bo played between Harriebnrf,' ii n (1 St'rantou at HarriBbnru; and lottsville and Eat ton at Pottsville. Heading, however, turned the Ublo on narrowed the pap in column, separating AlU-utoivn and t ho rreeentHir.) f lira.w'ulw t rlioir Miideavor to Ubt H plnoa at the close of the firHt State leairne eeaion on July 7. At Altoona the llazletori club suffered defeat. The following table (fives the per centages of the clubs. totffther with the number of (ami's wou and lost by each, and thtir standing in the championship raco: Won. Lost. Per C't. liavrisburg HI 9 -' Hailston '-il " JS Alloutown W .55 Reading 88 .oil PottHVllle 17 19 .-72 Altoona 17 19 4j Scranton is 88 .)! Eiitun 7 80 .lb'J SCHEDCU5 FOR TODAY. Altoona at Scranton. Pottt VtUt at Allentown. Reading at Eaiton. lliirrisburu at Uazleton. STATE LEAGUE KESULTS. At Altoona Altoona 0 1000010 1-3 llruluton 0 0311000 x-5 Rita Altoona, 7: Hazletou, 10. Errors --Altoona, fi: Uazleton, 0. Batteries Sensible and Cote; J. Ely and ilooro. Um pireCorcoran. At Reading Reading 8 8 1 0 4 0 n 0 211 Allentown....? 0 3100000-0 Hit Reading. IS; Alleutowu, 7. Er rors Reading, 4i Allentown, 7. Batt.tr ie; Junes ana Uooduart; iulroy and Alill igan . At lliuTinburtf Ilnirisbnrg-Scrautou game POatponedl riin. At Pottsville Pottsville vs. East on: two games postponed oa account of the rain. NATIONAL LIA6UK. At Pittsburg Tituburg i) 1 1 1 0 3 0 0 x- 8 Washington ..0 OOOO001 4-5 Bite Pittsburg, 10; Washington 13. 1 roi Pittuburg, 1; Washington, 5. Bat terles Ehret and Mack; Sullivan and Mc. tiaiiv. Umpire McQuad, At Cleveland The game between Brook lyn and Cleveland wan calloJ after two inning of play on account of rain. TI10 score stood 0 to 1 m faVor of the homo U'atu. At St. Louis St. Louis 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 03 'ew York....O 00 0 2200 x 4 Hits St. Louis, 11; Now York, 7. Errors st. L iui-. -'; New York, o. Batteries Breitensteln ut,d Peiti; ileekiu and Fur nil, Umuiru Hurst. At Chicago Chicago 1 l 000000 1 fi Baltimore...,. fl 10 00025 x-14 Hit) Chicago, 13: Baltimore, 19, Errors Chicago, I; Baltimore, 2. Batteries SI. 1 til and KittridgitjJMcMahon and Rob inson. Umpire Lynch. At Cincinnati Piiiladelphia-Cinciuuat game postponed; rain. At Louisville Boeton-Louisvillo game postponed; wet grouuds. EASTERN LEAGUE. llufWlo, 4: Troy. 5. W i I it ss-Barre-Springfield gama poned; rain. Binsbamton, 7; Providence, 1. At Brtfl F.rie 7- KvrnpiKa R post- (iamo Called at the end of the elglith inning on account 01 ram. YALc-IK.RVARO GAME. In'.ei-ColUgia'. Championship D;cidd Bafore 7.000 Sp-'Otatori. NEW Hi TEN, Conn., June 20 Yale won the interoollegiate obampfonsblp hero today by defeating Harvard two to nothing before 7,0)0 enthusiastic spectators. The score: Harvard 0 000 0 00000 Yale 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 x 2 Batteries Highlands and Boanntll; Car ter and Qreenway. Umpire Hartley, GLINTS FROM THC DIAMOND. The directors of tho Scranton club mot last night to consider the new bylaws. Scranton will play with Aito-ma at the pari! this afternoon. It is a postponed gam.'. It II a rorrarkablo fact that no toam in the Western league has bieushut out this loason. Barman' Pits has had hi terms accepted by Indianapolis. Leidv, also of last year's Scranton dub, has again got his eyo on t be ball aiM Is doing some hard hitting for Indianapolis. The West. Side Stnrs challenge the Sum ner Avenue Stars to a game of hall Satur day, at !) o'clock, on tho Little Wood's grounds. Will Roghea, captaiu; Louis Lavis, manager. Captain Ward, of New York, cannot flay be started for the west with very much encouragemont. "Tot' Murphy is in no shape, Dnvis is a "stale" and really uoeds a week's rest at least. The Sumner Avenue Stars challenge the bns ball ( lub of No. 9 school to a game of ball cn Johnson Lake grounds at 10 o'doak fharp. ADSWef through Tint Twiiunk. Michael Lynch, captain. The Young Teunies defeated tho Young Enietjs by the score of 211 to 2" yesterday. The 'Young Tennios hereby challenge any club under 13 years of age. Answer through Tug Tiuiunk. C. Rlsemau, manager. The Aciives of Green Ridge chnllengo the Morning Glories, of Don more, for n game on the Stovo Work grounds. The Actives will challenge any club under 17 years of age. First come, first served. E. Young, manager. l ixl 3. llrexler has reslgued as presi dent of the Louisville Base Ball club, and Dr. T. Hunt Htucke, ex-premdent of the crab, was elected to succeed him. Pred Peffer has miRiied the captaincy and will be succeeded by Turn Brown. Bight niter resigning as umpire, Orator O'Rouke gave ins opinion ofComisky. He charged him with being a humbug and trickster; said he could play all around him and could do 60 per cent, better with the (Jiuciniiti team thau could Commie. "Lady" Baldwin, the old-time left handed twtlor, appeared In tho box for Gjand Rapids Sstur and worked for even innings, ilis curves were puzzling to the visitors, and they could not hit him ef fectively, though his held work was some mffl what awkward, and he was very weak at the bat. "Ah" Weddigo is ono of tho most erratic basemen in ih Eastern league. He has made some rf the most brilliant catches soeu on the lUiii'.do borne grounds ami at other times be bss "muffed" easy (lies. Nevertheless, lie is a good nil-round player and makes up at the plate tor auy short comings on third base. NOTES OF THE BICYCLE MEEJ. Already nearly fifty racers haw sent entile-,. The entries wUI closo on Thursday evening at 0 o'clock. Among tho entries received yesterday was ono from Harry l'erk, of Washington, D. C. He is a Class B rider. Entries were also received' from liiughamtou, Erie, Philadelphia and llarrisburg. All Unattached wheelmen must report at the Erie and Wyoming Valley depot not later than 10 O 'clock, when an officer of the Scrautou club will meet them and assign them to their place in the parade. A meeting of the race committee was held last evening aud a reception commit tee was appointed, of which 11. 0, Wal lace, of the firm of Connolly A Wallace, was appointed chairman, The committee will meet all tntins arriving in this city on the day and night of July 3, and also on the morning of July 4. The pnrado on JnW l will be in charge of II. O, Lucas, marshal; C. M. Price and P. A. Hlntermister, and the formation will te as feilows: Mounted police, band, (ion tury Cycle club, Philadelphia; William. port Cycle club, West End Wheelmen, wilkee-Barre; Anthracite Wheelmen, Pittsten; Carbondale Cycle club; Map." City Wheelmen, Honesdale; Groat Bend Wheel club, Ureeu Ridge Wheelmen, Scrauiou Bicycle club, unattached wheel men. SPORTS OF ALL SORTS. John S. Johnson broke the world's bi cycle record for ouo mile at Walthaiu, Mats., yesterday, covering it in 1.150. The Mioooka Sporting clab will have a sweepstake shooting match 011 tho Fourth of July which will be open to all comers ou tho Miuouka grounds. Cure for Headache. As a remedy for ull forms of Headache Electric Bitters has proved to bo the very best. It effects a permanent euro aud the most dreaded habitual sick headaches yield to its influence. We urge all who are alllicted to procuro u bottle and give this remedy a fair trial. In casus of habitual Constipation Electric Bitters cures by giv ing the needed tone to the bow els, and tew cases long rosi.t the use of this medicine. Try it once. Large bottles only Fifty cents ut Matthews Bros', drug store. PITTST0N The town council m t in special ses sion in tho Town hall Monday evening to consider the revised ordinance. When Preiident Mangan called the meeting to order there were present Messrs. Donnelly, Reap, Kennedy, Hen nigao, Lyuott and Mangan. J. II. Tiguedropt'od into his seat later in the evening. The report of tho committee appointed ut the last mealing to confer with tho Traction company was submitted bv Counsel C. Frank Uohau. Mr. Uenuigan took exceptions to the report, claiming that the rtilea govruiui the council eavs that any such report should be presented by the majority of the com tuittee. His objections, how ver, were not entertained. The florae commit tea submitted their report concerning tile alleged difference iu bis tax settle merit with the borough, Thy fouud ho had surcharged $7,04, An order was ordered drawn in ins favor for the amount. Mr. Riohmond, of Butler street, called the attention of the coun cil to damage done his fenca by the borough team, Ilis griuvauco was ru ferred to fiuauce committee for action. Mr. Tigue called the attenti on of the council to the dilatory action of the council in paying the bill uf J. A. T..u Is ill for the repairing of the Niagara Lngitie company. Mr. Donnelly, of the lire committoe, stated that the ongiue had not boeu tested, therefore the re port of the comiuittaj had not been submitted. Tho rest of the evening was consumed in reading the revised ordinances. Martin Kirby. nged 80 yeare, of Cork Lane, was found mangled beyond recognition ulong the Lshigh Valley "cut orT" traeks early yestorday morn ing, lie was run over some time dur Ing the night ly an east bound freight train at a poiut within sixty feet of his homo. The remains warn dis covered scattered along tho track by tho crew of No. 172, Edward Toole, loinluctor. The body was cat iu pieces, tbs head, l?gs and arms being cut off and only a few shreds of cloth ing clinging to the body. Tue railroad' ere aroused the iukibitants along the railroad who got up aud viowsd the r -mait;s. but wore uuablo to identify them, although they all ku w Kirby quite Well, as ho had lived there since cmldbood. Tho remains wore placed on board and taken to Avoca and left at the depot where lliov wi ro recog nizsd by the deal man's brother. Li ter they wsr conveyed to his hom-j iu Cork lane. About 3 o'clock yeatcriny morning the two-story wooden building owned by John Oawley and oeonpied by R. E. Bank, the Adam Ex-pros company agent, and Will Devanney, of lb WtlkBarfa u cord, whs dlioovared to be on fire. It was discover.-d by Mr. naiiKoes aangntur, -ors, tlie rooms being filled with smoke. An alarm was turned in from tbo box corner Alain and Water streets, and the memtiocs of the Ore department responded prompt ly. The tiro was located in a heap ot out p iper anil art tolios, 111 a corner of tho Record office. The ilaiuia were promptly extinguished. The ceiling iiuu wans were cnarrea and tns rear was burned away. A largo new barn close iiy hgd a narrow escape from de striiciion. ibero whs do fire in the building ami the origin of it is a mys tery. Carey's circui pleated a large audi ence (ou the outside) last evening. The marriag of W. B Sharp and jnius ieresa iucAntirow took place at St John's church yesterday utternoon at 5 o clock. Officer F. W. Pedriok has bad war rants sworn out aud on Jas, Price, Henry Lennon. Martin Muldorig and Owen Walsh, wlio a few weeks ugo nilerferred anil assaulted liim while making an arrest so that bis prisoner tSCapea. 1 hey wore to have bosri given a preliminary hearing before Justice Ehret Monday evening, bvtal the prosecuting attorney was nnable to bo present ou account of nn important engagement elsewhere, tbo liearimr was continued until this evening at 1 o'clock. The witnesses to the enso are Thus. Kelloy, T. H. Staley, Jesse Phillips, Jos. llafuur, Iiuac Uovan and M. N. pounolly. Buoklen's Arnica Salva. Tho best salve In tho world for Cuts Bruises, Soros, Ulcers, Salt Rheum. Fever Bores, letter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns ami nil Skin Emotions, and posi tively cures Piles, or no pay retpiirod. It Il guaranteed to cive perfect satisfaotion or money refunded. Price 25 cents per uox. 101 saie uy Jiatiuews uroe. The mutl trial of Dr. Wood's Norway Pino Syrup will mtlsfy any ono that the lung-healing virtue of the plnn tree has now been refined into an effectivo and convenient cough medicine. Sold by all dealers ou a ennrauteo of satisfaction. TAYLOU. The Electrics will play the Unions, of Hyde Park, ou '1 burs Jay ou the lliversllo grounds. 1 lie reception committee of the Price library, meets at 0 o'clock to uvht. John II itlon nnd Frank Dicker, iit- teudod the organisation f a uew conn oil of the Junior Order United Amer ican Mechanics at Jerruyu last uiglit. One hundred dollars reward is of fered by the supervisor of Old Forgo township for tho captnro of Murderer Orinnso Medio. J. li Wlnslow nnd family are sum mering at Like Underwood. James Jlowolln and Miss Jaue James were married last night, Iho clerks accept tho challenge to play tbo Jermyn clerks on Thursday afternoon. Thomas Laggou and Miss Katie Burke, of Sibley, will be married to night. Harry Hood and Miss Loan Powell were married Monday morning by Rev. 11. li. Hams. John L Evans attended tho groom und Miss Kate Powell was bridesmaid. Iho newly Wedded cou ple left via Central Railroad of Npw jersey for Nuw York. A pleasant surprise party was at- tended tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Rob ert Liuney. f.of Hendharu, Saturday evetiiuir, it bviug their twentieth an- uiveisary. i'hotie present were: Mr. and Mrs, William Roiear, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Doyle, Mrs frice. Mrs. Morris, Mrs. Knight, Misses Oertio anil Minnie Knight, Mrs Ella Uatten, Mr. JameB Rotter, Mrs. Woodridg', Mrs. Deckjr aud Misses Maggie aud Annie i'rice. Mr. aud Mrs. John Saunden, of Hendham, entertained a large nnmber of friends ou Moud iy night, the occa sion being tho eighteenth birthdav of their daughter Lily, (lames aud sing ing iiolped piss 11 way the hours of the night. A tempting spread was after ward served. Hon. John II. Fellows, addressed n large gathering of Republicanism iu this town on Monday night. The event was iu charge of tho McKinley club. Duriug bis speech he was round ly applauded, aud when some ono in the andienoe yelled at the top of his voice "our next congressman" it spread until every person iu tho crowd was yelling for "Fellows for congressman" which could be heard blocks a way. HONESDALE. J. Kirk Rose, of Ilnneedale, and W. Van lnwogan. of Chicago, left yester day for 11 trip to Troy, Albany and other points. II. A. Qretteri attending commence ment exeraiaea at the Normal school, Lock Haven. Benjamin UarJnor. jr., was a visitor in Scranton yesterday. Mrs. E. U. Hardenhergh oalled on friends iu Scranton yesterday. Rev. and Mrs. John N. Lewis, jr., arrived iu Honisdale Monday after noon. They will ba tendered a recep tion ut the home of Mr. and Mrs, II. Z. Russell, Monday evening from 8 until HI p. m. Rev. Mr. Lewis enters upon his duties as rector of Graco church. Sunday, July 1. Four weddings will be celebrated in Honesdnle today. Mi?s Josephine Dnrland left Monday morning for Salt Like City, Utah, where she will be entertained at the home of W. II. Dancroft, division superintendent of tbo Union Pacific railroad. SI10 was accompanied as far as Chicago by her broiber-iu-law, Mr. John D. Weston. The Red Men's picnic at Lake Ariel July 17. A novel parade will be given the preceding eveuing, The Wayne Independent is now de voting a small space on bicycle notes and happenings of tbo wheel. HALLSTEAD. The HalUtfal school board have been lncky enough to secure tho ser vices of Prof. . paries E. Moxley as priucipal of the schools of tins place lor another year. Mrs. Diuiock Jonks visited Bingham ton Friday, Tho teachers meeting will be held nt the home of Mrs. G. W. Cupwell on Friday evening. The Women's Christian Temperance union will meet ut the home of Mrs. E D. Burton on Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Mrs. C. C. Donovan, of Scran ton, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. P. Murray, lias returned homo. Arthur Wiley, of Bingbamtoir, spout Bonday with friend in town. Miss Katherino MeOreary, of this place, wuo has been spending the win ter with hir brother Albert, iu Now York city, bus returned liomo. Ttie puatoffioe has beau moved to its uew location on Pin street. THE GOOD TIME ORP.WS NIGH. t'fnona Tribune. The time lesmi to have about arrived when hensible men who are interested in efficient local government Will insist ilrat the tWO great parties, organised hb they are to dispute ronct-rolng mutters of na tional concern, shall keep their hands off local politics. Our city fllelals are ch sen to manage the local government. Their opinions concerning the tariff, the curren cy question or any other national problem, are of no consequence. They deal with the streets, wltli tho Water supply, wilh the lighting of the city, with the public health nnd, iu stnirt with all there minute but imp riant Questions which have to do with our daily lives. What folly, then, to tleet coonoilmeu,ichool director and other city "fflcbilson partisan lines! There is need of anew organisation -one that dials with municipal politic from a business standpoint and that recommends caudi dates for local office because they are honest and competent, regardless of iboir party sflHiaUon. Whenever those who pay the taxes ar aa careful irr the choice of meti to iriHiruce municipal affairs ns they are-in the (-election of assistants in their private business, there will bo a wonderful change io the conduce of cities In this country. Extravagance will cer.se; Incompetency will bo banished to the rear; tho best men will be willing to servo as monitors of the local government ami the reproseh of corruption and failure that now bring a blush of shame to tho cheek of tbo patriotic American will van ish never to return. The signs ot the times suggest that tho outlook for the futuro possesses a lare element of hope. lias No Hia lit to, Existence, JMf'Vorll iS'ia. The income tax was net in the Demo cratic platform and could not have been there. It was iu tbo Populist platform, nud the platform of the Social Labor par ty, itsniuitrnl home. It was beaten fairly and overwhelmingly, nud it should slay beaten until revived by an authority which has tho right and the power to givo it lite. Syaptpila and lnie:estlon In their worst forms are cured by tho use of P. P. P. If yon are debilitated nud run down, or If you need a tonic to regain flesh and loBt appetite, strength aud vigor, take P. P. P., and you will be strong arid healthy. I'or shattered constitutions and lost manhood P. P. P. (Prickly Ash. Poke Root arid Potussiurn) is tho king of all medicines. P, P. 1. Is the greatest blood purifier in the world. For sale by all druggists. T A Word. Fonts of all l.inite cost that murih, ea emit SttvaMon JFattewaia am insert wan. Arrentii Wanted. 75,00 PUB MONTH, CITY "it OOUMTBx O to com 1 it1 ten t wide -awake iusurnneofolic- Itorai well established permanent buiuee. .Address or inetiii-e ti.icolld Hour. ...I I.. p i. wuiiua avu.. Scranton, 1'iu U;a:;teu-man v itu life and fiue insurance t xneriene, as seliciror in Laokawanna eountyi Bpoi laduoeasente to rifiit awn, an ureas uai-sa oess duikuusi Philadelphia, i Help Wanted Male. VVAN fK l 'a ' Ilj; 1 C ill : 1 1 Hi'' SEVKltAL vears exnurience. eitv rnan and sinirle. Address "i','' Tribune office, I7 ANTED MANAGER FOR FINANCIAL ' Institution, ltef r nco und herd re quired, Libaral Inducement to the rght mm, AdSraes, iho Eastern Assurance j.u, I'lil.iulell hiq, Pa. IIT ANTED Men to distribute elr ulars and eo i -ei nauresj Rlgbeft prices paid, Iu- c -titate. MKUt IIANT & CO.. Merchants' Dldu' . I'hlln. (or Kent. f ARE WINOLA ( OT l'Ailt;. FURN ISBED, Ij to let with barn, B) Penn avenue, Special Motices. T0 YOU WANT TO KNOW HOW TO U speculate sucecssfiUlv in the Btook mid li'flln market, if SO, write lor our little manual, mailed free. Teds ull about it. F. cyans Co, Unite Hide, pnieagp, BLANK BOOR8, PAUPULBm MAOA zines, etc,, bound or rebound at Tim TttrBCMS oiUco. Quick work. Beatonawa prieua. MEAL TICKETS" C AN HE MAD AT HI, conior Spruce street and Franklin avo DUe. Twenty meal tickets for S3.O0. Good table board. Boarding. QUMMBR BOAKDING -FOUR RESPECT' O aiile persons can find ttrst class hoard with small family in hi ire, airy house. Hot nnd cold imtlw Free carriage to depot and church Three-quarter of a mile from sta tion. Healthy locality. Address box flt,Glarks' Summit. Lost. TOOTAOO X-i prongs, Finder will be suitably re warded by returning the same to Colonel K. II. Ripple, Third National l ank building, Proposals. OEALED PKOPHS W,S WILL HE HE O eelvod at tlie office Of the secretary of the Beranton board of control until 7.80 p m., Monday, July D, 1804, to turuish '.'.ihio school desks, to lie furnished ,1c such quantities aud at such times as may' be ruijulred by said board ot control. Bids to state jir.ee of differ ent also,' sample desk 0 he exhibited. Fifty dollar ii! cash or certified check to secern pany each bid to bo forfeited to tho district in esse of refusal or omission to execute cec tract within ten days, if awarded the same, by order of the boardof control. euoenk I). Fellows, (Secretary. C EAT. El PROPOSALS WILL HE HE- 5 oelved at the office of tho City clerk, Scran: on. Pa., until 7.80 o'clock p, in. Thurs day. July 5. inm. to construct lateral sowers With the necessary branches, basins, lamp holes, fixtures and appliances ln8ilex, Siin oral Carbon and Oordan Streets in accordance with plan, profile in i si cciticatiiu filed iu the omen if Ity Clerk. Each proposal shall he accompanied by cash or certified cheek in the sum of one hundred dollars. In ease the bidder to whom the contract shall have boen awarded refutes or omits Io execute a contract tor the work in accordance with plan and specifications therefore, within ten days from date ofaward, the enclosure ac companying his proposal shall bo forfeit d to the nso of the city of Scranton. The city re serves the right to reject any aud ull bids. Uy order of City Councils. M. T. LAVELLE, City Clerk. Scranton. Pa , June 25, 1804. Situations Wanted. A N AGED LADY WOULD LIKE TO CARE XX for small children or baby iu a respecta ble family; can alao do needlework: wages no object, but a comfortable homo is desired. M. A. I'.. Tribune Office. C1TI' T ION WAN 1 EU BY A tloi'l) HE ij speotabls girl Wants work with a good family where she ean make it her heme cm do any kind of work. Adurcss A. K., Tribune office. tJlTI'ATlo'x WAN'i'l'l) IV A YOl'Nii 0 tiiri as a nipse or to do light housework, Address, K, E. 116 North Eilmore avenue. 1 ADY WANTS To DO SCRUBBING, J 1 washing or .".uy kind ot cleaning. Apply to 511 Elm street 'ANTED A POSITION AS liuOK m keeper, double and single entry, by a lady who has graduated inaii branches; good references Address K, 1. M., Dnnmore, Pa, Do You Need Printing? Consult THE TKILUNE JOB DE PARTMENT. J'nnnult THE 'HUB UN E B1NU-ERY, u m l GROSS, FOSTER & CO. Positively tlie Last Week, but One, of the GREAT BANKRUPT SALE Great Slaughter in Prices all during the week in all departments. Tho Great Bankrupt Stock of Pomphrey & Morton and the Great Sheriff's Sale Stock from New York will be disposed of at prices never known in this section. A ooil ninny folks can't figure out why wo are uot la jail for stealing. They kuow wo can't buy goods and soil thorn as wo do, "but wo do." To pass up and down tho street and Bee goo.ls marked 50 conts, whidi you can buy hero for 25 cents, is easier than picking up a quarter on the sidewalk. You don't even have to stoop for it. You don't know what you are missing. Don't caro what you waut, Just so it's iu our liuo. Wa will savo you money ou every article. GROSS, 316-31B Connolly & Wallace Have You Seen Taffeta Moire "Fin de Siecle.' Black Grounds with Handsome Colored Print Work. The latest novelty out They are not likely to be with us long. PRICE, 16c. A YARD CONNOLLY & WALLACr9 Z.Z?1WE- Furniture Upholstered By the most experienced workmen in the city. NO FANCY PRICES. THE SCJUNTOtM BEOOINC GO. COR. LACKAWANNA AND ADAMS AVENUE. SPRING HOUSE HEART LAKE, Susquehanna Co. U. E. 0BO7UT Proiwi-'Wr. fliHIS HOI'SE IsBtrlctly teinperaneo. li now and well furnish" 1 and ol'KNKU TO 'ill I? PUBLIC THK VKAK BOUNDi is located midway between Montreal an I Scran ton, en Montrose an I Lackawanna Kallroad, ix mil from I)., L, Ss W. It B. at Alford Station, and five mllai from M,iatroie; 0.1 rjaclty, eighty-tt'o; throe minutes' walk f rorn It It. station. OOOO BOAT, FISHING TACKLE, Ac, FBKB TO OUBSTB, Altitude about 1(100 feet, aqnalllna in this reepect the Adirondack uad Cat skill Moun tains. 1 inu grovo plonty of sha le and beautiful ncencry, making u Sutnmor licmirt unex celled iu beauty and ob.ipnoe Dauolng parillon, swin croqui't gr oundd, &: t'old Spriini Water and plenty of Milk Kate, h. o sin per week. .i...o per day. Excursion tickets suldat all stations onD. It, A W. lines. Portl r meets all trains. Hotel Wayerly Europpnn Plan. Fii Ft-olass Har attached. Pi pel tor Lurguur & Lut-1 Tanuhuiuser Boer. II. u Cor. 15th End Fieri Shi, PtiilaJi Jlcat desirabla fer rea'. '.enU of N,E,Ponrfi lyhanis. All convenience! lor trnrulera to and troin Broad Street atatlou and the 'J welfth and Market Stre,-t atatioa. t lirablo for vwiting iserantonluiu and po lie in tho Anthradto Ueglon. T. J. VICTORY, PROPRIETOR. N. A. HULBERT'S 1 City Music Store, - wvciimo avr. scitAMio; STE1NWAY RON DECKER RROTHERS KKANICH & BACK ",'IULIZ JLSAUEU an PIANOS ajar a larca atock ot first-olaa ORGAN UtSICAL MEItCHANDlSii MUSIC, ETC.. ETU FOSTER & CO, Lackawanna Avenue. WHY NOT Roc our FIFTEEN DOLLAR Solid Oak Bedroom Betl We sell Furniture as cheap a3 auy house iu the country that in tends to give honest value for tho mouey. Try us. Hull m m m IRON and S' -NORWAY IRON BLACK DIAMOND BIXVKIt EXTRA SPECIAL SANDERSON'S ENGLISH JKWSOP'8 ENGLISH CAST STEEL HOUSE SHOES TOE CALK TIRE MACHINERY SPRING fcOIT STEEL AN V1LS DKLLOWS UOHSE NAII.S AVLLEY & RUSSELL A CUTTING Bittenbender&CoJnton, Wholeeale and retail dealers' in Wagonmakers' and Blacksmith' SUPPLIES LOUIS B. SMITH Dealer in Choice Confections and Fruits. BREAD AND CAEE3 A SPECIALTY. FINEST ICE CREAM 1437 Capouse Avenue. Tliem ? & Co. mm aye. WAGON WHEEL AXLES SPRINGS III IIS SPOKES RIMS STEEL SKEINS It. it. SPIKES SCREW 1 WELLS DUOS MACHINERY. ( PARLORS OPBN FItnii 7 A.M. TO 11 P.tt UPBOIAL ATTENTION oivi:.v TO SCP-(PLVI-Sa CAIUUBS WITH ICE ORlaML imiiiEiBEimi B Bffll You are interested In Weddinff B Ba Presents, we would liko to I I have vou call and examine our took, It is itunMiblo tot W Jp B I ,0 find better ih- W 9T Jg 1 H sorttuentof bcoJs in ti V7 our line than wo Irnve to offer, aud our cash syetom Kuanntec you tbo beit v 1 u bios pro curable Get our now price lilt, at nny rate, oefi r yi u (Pj H Jf It will at lens KiyB I H youahint of what we war D are doing throughout the store iu every depart ment. Diamonds will prove n profita ble investment these days. Their rapid rise In value is sure nnd cortain, aud if you waut to set the lowpat prices vir in ro eet tne towcHi pneo ovur TODAY touoheil ml these bril liant, buy FREEMAN, rub Dealer in Diamond!. Watcbss, Jowulry, Kto, Cor, Peon kit and Spines St. IIIIIHIIIIIIIII Ladies Who Value Areflncd compleilon must nso Pouonl'i Pawt der. It produces a aott and bsautltul skin.