Newspaper Page Text
THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE -SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 30, 1894;
i- ii IE!!
It Harrisburjj auj 'fills Time We Are
A SPIRITED CONTEST THROUGHOUT
Indifferent Coaching Said to Bo Re
sponsible for the Defeat of the
Homs Team Summaries of tho
Various State League Ball Games
Played Yesterday Standing of the
Clubt National and Eastern League
Resuits Notes of the Diamond.
1I1LK tliore was no
obtngs in the posi
tions of the chilis In
the Stiito leastu"
to Scruutou by talc -iiitf
two jjiinu s from
A I tooun, which
plaosi it within
Buvtin points of King
K illy'l men, who held second pluco ly
The following table gives the por
con tapes of tho clubs, together with the
number of camcs won nuj lost by each,
and their standing in the cnuuipionsuip
Won. Lost. Per C't.
Harrisbnrg aa to .707
Allentown 80 lit .578
Raxluton 4 18 .571
Reading 25 18 .680
Boranton 81 S3 A
Potttvills 10 81 .475
Altoona 17 H .415
Liistun 7 U4 .170
BCIILDUL13 FOR TODAY,
tlarriaburg at Scranton.
Altoona at Uuzleton.
Pottsvillo at Ealton.
Reading at Allentown.
SCORE ONE FOR HARRIS BURG.
Bad Baas Ruuning Loat the Game for
Scranton might have defeated liar
risburg at f e park ytstorday, bad bet
ter judgment been shown in coaching
Dick Pnelan when he wan on third in
the eighth inning, or had Long Tom
Flauaghan, when uu went to tho plate
in tue Bxme inning with his favorite
chunk of oak in bis band, been able to
bat the ball somewtiero beside into the
hands of a fkTder. things might have
been different. Thoy're not, and there
comes the rub.
The game throughout was marked by
good, steady playing on both sides, if
i he first two innings be excepted. Old
Spiral .Spring Huston did the twirliug
lor the visitors and succeeded in keep
ing the hits well scattered, bven
Ringles and a double were aecursd by
"our pets. "
Flanaghan, ho of the hard luck, oc
cupied the centre of the diamond for
Scranton, and was touched up for six
siugUs and three doubles, lie struck
out two men and gave two buses on
The clubs began tho pnine in a de
moralized kind of way. Eigan opened
lor llarrisburs with a single, and IIus
ton and litany followed with singles,
Kigali and Huston scoring. bales
reached first 0:1 Westlake's erro" and
Patohso, to cut him off at second,
throw the ball to Phslao, Who 1st it
pass and Meauy scored. On Smink'a
bit bales crossed the marble, mailing
four runs tho visitors had scored in the
Although the home club could do
nothing in the first inning in the second
it started in to cut down the visitor's
lead and succeeded in piling up three
runs. Auother one was obtained in the
fourth, tieiug the score. After the
third Scranton was unable to get a
man across tho plate. In the ssvsutii
011 a single from Smink and a double
by Wants the winning run was scored
for Harrisburg by Smink. Score in
It. II. PO. A. E.
Hegan, c. f 0 1 1 0 n
Wetzel, sn U 0 ! 7 0
Patcben, c 0 11 1.8 0
Roger-, ri 0 - 0 (l 0
Phelan, lib 2 i! 3 1 1
fctnitz, I. f 0 (i 8 n 0
Master, lb 1 0 M 1 0
West lake, 3b 1 1 U U 1
Flanaghan, p u 1 1 ) 0
Total 4 7 84 17 y
B, 11. PO, A. E.
Eagcn, 2b 1 I (I 1 1
Huston, p 1 2 (I 2 (I
Mesnsy, rf 1
Hambnrg, lb. 0
Fales", 2b 1
Fmink, If 1
Alois, ss fl
Wente, C 0
Bcranton 0 3 10000004
Harrisbnrg. ...4 000001 Ox 5
Earned runs Scranton. 1; Harrisburg,
2. Two base hits Bsgan, Hamburg,
Wente. Three baso hits WtttlaKS. Suc
rifics bits Host, Stolen bases Phelan,
Hamburg, Kales. Doable plays PbslSfl to
Msssey. Struck out -Uy Flanaghan, 8 by
Huston, 8, Hit by pitelior Staltz, .Mas
P"y. Passed balls Patches. Tituo 1.3'J.
Umpires Sprogel and Hodson,
OTHER STATE LEAGUE RESULTS.
At Hnr.loton First garni
Hnsleton 1 303023: n-12
Altoona 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 37
Hits -Haslet on, 19; Altoona. B Errors
Ilazloton, 4: Altoona, 7. Uattcrios Ely
and Moore; West and Cote.
Haaleton 2 8201 1 1 1-11
Altoona 1 0 2 4 2 0 0 09
Hits llazleton, 13; Altoona, 12. Errors
Hftsleton, 2; Altooua, 4. Batteries Jor
dan and Moort; West and Cote.
At Knston First game
F.aton 5 0010000 0 n
Pottsrills 0 0 4 0 1 4 0 3 x 12
Hits E.nton. 10; Pottsville, 12. Errors
Ijaston, 8; Pottsville, 4. Batteries
Hraillay nnd Banb) Clare nud Digging.
FOR FiVS HUNDRED YEARS,
and over the wliolo world has becii
coming to Oarlsbad to ho cured.
Disorders of 'tho StoDUkoh, of the
liver, of the bowels, of the kidneys
and hhidder, gout, rheumatism,
diabetes, obesity all have been
sent to Carlsbad.
Here is the very same remedy
now, right at your own door;
the Sprudel .Salt (the Water evap
orated at tho Spring). For salo
at all druggists. Hut see that you
get only tho genuine imported,
with the signature of "Eisner St
IWondelson Co., Sole Agents," Now
York," ou every bottle.
Esston 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 0-4
Pottsvillo 2 I 1 0 u 1 11 X 7
Hits-Easton, 10; Pottsville, (i Errors
Eastou, 2; Pottsvillo, 1. lUtterios
Foster and Phillips; Fox and Dlggins.
Allentown ....0 1 1 4 3 9 0 3 0-21
Heading 0 2 0 3 0 8 0 3 0-10
Hits Allentown, 80; Beading, 11. Er
rors Allentown, 8; Heading, 10. IVitter
ies Kilror. Milligan and Costello; Hhoads,
Johnson, Eustace and (ioodhurt.
Pittsburg. ..0 1 0 3 0 0 P 100-6
Brooklyn. ..0 010 200302-7
Hits Pittsburg, 11; Brooklyn, 10. Er
rors Pittsburg, 4; Brooklyn, 0. Batteries
Etirot snd .Muck; Stein and Dailoy. Um
Chicago 1 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 38
KSW York. ...1 0 3 0 1 4 2 4 x-14
Hits Chicago, 8; New York, 10. Errors
Chicago, 8; Now York, 8, Batteries
Hutchinson and Sehriver; Meekiu and
Farrell. Umpire Lynch.
At St. Louis
St. Louis 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 04
Boston U 1 3 3 0 0 0 0 X 13
Hits St. Louis, 8; Boston, IS. Errors
St. Louis, 2; Boston, 1, Batteries
Breltentteln, Hawlsy, Ely nnd Pelts; sta
lc y and QanBtlL Umpiro Hurst.
Louisville 5 0 -! 0 0 2 3 1 0-13
Philadelphia. .U 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 1 5
Hits Louisville 16, Philadelphia, ft.
Errors Louisville 0, Philadelphia 4, But
teries Kuoll ant Barle,Lakstu and Buck
ley. Umpire Gtffoey.
Cleveland 0 2 0 t 0 2 1 0 0- C
Bulliiuoro 0 0 1 0 2 4 0 2 X 9
Hits-Cleveland, 18; Baltimore, 10. Er
rors Cleveland, 2; Baltimore, 0. Batter
ies (Iril'ilth and O'Connor, MoMahon and
Clarke. Umpire Stuge,
Ctnolnnatl...tO 21 0 0 0 0 3 x fi
Wushiugton ..0 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 04
Hits Cincinnati, 8; Wushiugton, 11. Er
rors Cincinnati, 0; Wushiugton, 3. Dat-
terles Dwynrand vangbn, Sullivan and
McQoire. Umpire Enulie.
EA'j f tRN LEAGUE,
Wilket-Barre, 4; providence, 3.
Erie, 7; Troy, 1,
Buffalo, 7; Syracuse, 21.
Uingbamton, t'; Bprlngfleld, 7.
GLINTS FROM THE DIAMOND.
Boranton Will meet the Seuators at tho
parU again this afternoon.
"Long John" Healy is receiving over
tures from several of the big league clubs.
Tho New street Stare defeated the Wyo
ming aveauo Stars at a game ot ball on
the High school grounds Thursday, by a
core of 19 to 20.
The James Boys accepted the challenge
of the Ward McAllister bnso ball club to
piny on tho date uud grounds mentioned.
J. MullaiUy, captain.
Driscoll, who did splendid work in the
box for the Niagara seminary team this
season, Is visiting in the city. Hu is anxi
ous to get an opportunity to show the
Scranton manugeuiont what he can do.
A gamo of bnso ball was played yester
day afternoon between the employes of
Kerr &: Siebecker and Williams A Mc
Anulty at the South Side grounds. Tho
game was won by Kerr &; Siebecker, the
score being 30 to 10.
Dan Steams and Pitcher Single nre tho
latest victims slated for rclenso by Mana
ger Chapman, of Buffalo. Fisher has been
sigued nnd Short Stop Luewee, of tho
league, may be. Pitcher Kunvnu, of
Brooklyn, is also being negotiated with.
The Active of Providence defeated the
Browns, jr., of Olyphant Thursday, on
the Olypbant grounds In a seven inniu;:
gamo by the score of 10 to 8. In the third
Inning with tWO men ou bases a brilliant
triple piny by Littlejohn. Moser uud Lewis
of ths ActirtS retired the Hide. The bat
teries were; Active9, Littlejohn and
Lewis; Browns, jr., Howe and Wheeler.
Yalo now claims the collei-o baso ball
cliuuipionsnip, though she refuses to play
a deciding game with Pennsylvania. Tho
series between these two teams is a tic,
nnd ns Pennsylvania also claims the
championship siuco Yale has refused her
Offer to play a deciding game, the claims
ot the former will be considered by every
sportsmen as being much butter than those
of the latter. Philadelphia Ledger.
Philadelphia has signed Catcher Buck
ley, recently released by St. Loais. The
St. Louis papers think that in releasing
Buckley Yon der Abo is carrying Ins ideus
of economy a little too fur. The leal rea
iiun for this step was that in a game in
Cincinnati Buckley, in going for a foul
ball, collided with the grand stuml, nud
injured hit ankle 10 badly as to mako it
apparent that it would h.- strand days be
fore ho would be able to ruiume his place.
7 HE FLYERS OF THE TURF.
Successful Mee'.lne of th Philadelphia
I itir.ADKL.i'iiu, June 29 O.io of the
most sncc ssful meeting from the rac
ing standpoint ever hel l by the Phila
delphia Driving association cm- to an
end this afternoon with two races that
favorites took In straight beats, (n tin
first race J. M. D. was such n Btroug
favorite that after tlis first heat ho was
barred Irom the pools. in the pacing
nice Raymond won easily. The sum
First race, 9.80 class; purse, Wort-J. BL
I), by Knvorito Wilkes (Brawler), lira: ;
Heallty iVirney), second. Time, 2.18.
Second race, 2.24 class, pacing; purso,
tllou Itayniond, by (Jiorge Li (Cunnings),
first) Xollie 'f (Msrodltb), second. Time,
GENERAL SPORTING NOTES.
Jockey Eishop, who was was injured
but Saturday In fldlng Ban Jose in tho
coney island grand national steeplechase,
died Thursday, having in tho interval buf
Jack Blarln, of Australia, nnd Paddy
Commlngs, of Bt Paul, met at tho Twin
City Athletic club. 111 .Minneapolis, iu n 'JO.
round glove contest Wednesday night.
The mulch was given to Cnmiuings.
Carp are coining up tho LackeWaXSO,
Fied Vandemark 1 pea red one in that
stream last week that weighed three and
one-half pounds. As a good lish they nre
not n glittoring success. Uawley Times.
The great stallion Mnxim is dying at
Banclio D.-l Pa o. A short time ago be
cost himself in Ins stall, and the injury re
ceived is thought to be fatal. Max in is tho
only SOB cf tho great Austrnlinn racer
Muskot. never brought to this country,
uud ho cost 181,000.
The famous racehorse Hacelnud was shot
Thursday morolng. Be bad been suffering
fronispiun! meningitis for several day.', and
ns his condition was nopoless his owner, H,
F. Dwyer, ordered him put out of his suf
fering. He had won over tl2ft,(i00 in
stakes and purses in his time.
THE CHEIIISHED GIFT.
On tho wall, by a ribbon suspended,
I trunk i with the things 1 hold dear;
With the antlers, so tlauntiiigly sploudid.
And the foils which nofoemuu need
I sno it with truest off' ction,
Souvenir of a sweetheart of miue.
Ah, that dark wavy hair: that complexion;
And those eyes, which no stars could
'Twos nt eve, when tho sun to nn ember
Had reddened the cloud just about,
That you sought me how well I reineru-bor-
Aud murmured, "Take this with my
Sol Bhsrisbwith sentiment tender,
Wlmte'ver the temptation inav be,
That basely suggests its i-nrreuder,
The cigar that my wifo gave to me.
HOW THE BABIES THRIVE
Twins BrouRht Up on Lactated Food.
Which Has Saved the Lives of Thou
sands of Infants Throughout the
Bad-eyed mothers with frail, sickly
babies that seeln t ma.le for any world
but this hard one, should cheer up.
There is a way of making puny little
ouo thrive and grow fat and strong and
Lactated food is praised by thous
ands of mothers of robust children that
were once weak and feeble, and vveti
despaired of. Lnctuted food makes
weaning an easy task.
The twin babies of Mrs. T. B. Ilic
kens, of Atlantic Highlands, N, J.,
whose pictures are given above, were
brought up entirely ou lactated food,
which has a ivod tho livi'g of thousands
of little ones whrsi mothers have been
unable to nurse them at the breast,
The great dippensarics, nurseries, and
homo for children use lactated food,
It enves babies' lives. Can bo had at
any druggist's, it is always pure.keeps
perfeotly, and is uot tffuctod by age or
Sugar of milk is the basis of mother's
milk, aud it is the basis of luctutod
food. With it is combined pure barley
malt, the finest wheat gluten, aud the
nutritious element of the oaX. 1c it
thoroughly cooked by high stosm heat,
and a prc-digestod, nutritions food that
fulfills overy requirement of the
growing child is the result. There is
no secret about it. It is simply a food.
Thousands of happy iufants huvo
been brought up on it.
Btcord with Few Eq.'iuW.
Few papers In this state havo over mntlo
so fine a record in the first three yours of
existence as tho Shun ion TtUBOKl, now
just entering its fourth ytar. The event
was celebrated by issuing a special number
that fully attested tho capabilities of the
mcchuuirul department ot the establish,
ment aud the sfflolcncy of its editorial aud
repertorial lorco. Wo congratulate TBI
Euchlon's Arnica Salvs.
The best salvo in the world for Cut s
Biuises, Soros, Ulcers, Salt Hheum. Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It
:h guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refuntiid. Price 2i cents per
bcx. For naif by Aiutthow Bros.
An Iffnonuui om Hstrnc Ion.
Ph ilntlrl: U tt AtOOrA
Times change, and tho Democrats In tho
lower bruuch of congress chango with
1 hem. fu couiioming 10 condone the odious
Heed rule for quorum counting they have
swallowed at one gulp nil they had said
for years upon this subject. It is to bo
bopsd that so large a draught of whole
some truth, albeit lacking freshnes, may
not sot too heavily upon thoir disordered
Cure for Headache.
A6 a remedy tor all forms of Headache
Electric Bitters has proved to be the very
best, it effects n permanent cure aud the
most dreaded hubitual bick hcuduches
yield to its influence. We urge all who aro
BfSloted to procure a bottle uud give this
remedy n fair trial, in cases of habitual
Constipation Electric Bitters cures by giv
ing the ueeded tone to the bowels.nnd few
rases long resist the usn ot this medicine.
Try it once. Large bottles only Fifty cents
nt Muttbows Bros', drug store.
fcranlon Wholesale Matkat.
BORAKTOIL June 29. FROn and Pno
Dl'L'K Dried upples per pound, Ua7c. ; evap
orated apples, )1m14c. per pouud; Turkish
pruuts, BaSJC.; English currants 2u2JsV. ;
layer raisins. .75al.80; muscatels, ji.OOa
1.40 per boa; new Yaleucius, 7a7jc. per
Beans Marrow-fats. $3 00a3.05 per
busOel; mediums, I1.75bI.8Qi
1-has Ureen, H lftal.20 per bushel;tpllt,
I8.60a8.60; lentels,6 to 6c. ner poand.
PoTATOBB Old, 7'la'u. pr bushel;
new, her barrel, 68.85s2.50,
Onioks Basket, ll.50al.00.
BOTTBR 16c, to lStc. per lb
Urbbbb BWaOKa per in.
Eooa Froth. i;?alH.'o.
Poultry Chickens, dressed, 12 to 13c. :
tnrkeys, 18 to I80.
Mi'ATs-Hains, II .,. small hams, 12'.;
skinned limas IlifO.) California hams.
b;4c: shonldere,6Mc. (bellies, 8c; snuked
breakfast bacon, 1 Ic.
HUOtMD BBRr-Outsldes, WJc; sets,
15c.; iasilosuud knuckles, 10)40.
Pork Mess at 115; short cut, $lt).
Laud l eaf lu tierses nt 8'c; In tubs,
8Ji'c; in lo-pound palls, 90.1 in ft-pouud
palls, 8J4O.J H-ponnd palK OHe. per
Ui:i:r ---Choice sugar cured, smoked boaf,
Flocr Minnesota patent, per barrsl.
M.8SS4.60; Ohio and Indiana ambsr, at
18,60; lirabum at 63.&0; rye llour, ul
Fexd MIxriL per cwt., at 61.00,
Qradc Rys, Oftt.; corn, 68to55a( oats,
00 tu65e, per bushel.
Ryb Straw Per ton, 6l3aift.
The fikst trial "f Dr. Weed's Norway
Piuo Syrup will satisfy any one that the
Inng-beallng virtne f the pins tree has
now been refined Into un effective aud
DOnrenisnt cough medicine. Sold by all
deilers on n gnurniitee of s itisfnction.
-V)H SALE NEW Hl'OOIFS. SI'ltRIFS,
J pbaetons. earts and wngons of nil kinds,
nil the latest tvh n; i.l o the celebrated SuMn
luiiibfi' wuiioiiR, nt M. .1. Keller's Lackawanna
CJITUATION WANTED BV A OOODHAR
i' nsssmaker. Bare worked at the hnnnen
nine years. Would dssire steaoywork, Ad
pri m A. A. L., 1,011 Janes street, BcrsatoB,
CJITUATION WANTED BY YOUNO MAN',
n irltllne and will try to pleasa, In stors or
Office preferred t StStS work anil salary. Ad
ilioss A. ., Tribune office.
CITUATION WANTBD BT A BiY 17
i) years of ng". to work In olllen or uny
kind of work, fjood ednCStUB. AddreH w.
K.. Tribune olllee.
QITTATION WANTED BY HAItnKH,
LJ nsrrled, tlrst eliew worknian, wants
Steady Sltnatlon, city of country; nm ..I, 1
honest, and can ?ivn best of references if ro
(iilred. A ild 1 ens Hurry Silvers, Hluirutown,
lil'ITATIoN WANT) li I1Y Vnl Xd .MAN'
D Willini to do most any kind of work. Ad
dress I . Trilmim otllce.
HTUONO, WIL1.INU AND INTKLLt-
ei-iit line IRvMra u-oulil Ulr.. t,. .....
some Kinn 01 wiii-k xo io inai ne llllcnt ussist
his mother, who is n widow and In neel. Ad
dress P, 11. g 137 I'ranklin street, Duinnoie.
AM AUKD LADY WOCDD 1.1 KK ToCAHE'
for sinnll oblldran or baby in n respoeta
ble fnmllv; can also do needlework; wnos no
object, bill a comfortable homo is dpslred.
M A. C.. Tribune Olllee.
OlTI -TION WAN I I'D BY A OOOD HE
ii speeiub I girl. Wants work with a good
family whsre t sn msks if her aoms Can
douuy kind of work. Address A. It., Tribuus
Wants of all kinds cost fAa( muoA, ea
ept Situations Wanted, wAicA are insert
( 1 EN'ERAli AGENTS WANTED SELL
a ' tog new urtieles to dealers; exchnive !
terrltorv. uo eoinnetitlon. noeunital reuuirtd: 1
Mil to WO per cent, iiroflt. Columbia Chemi
cal Co., illl Dearborn at , ChlcaKo, HI.
, BENTS WANTED To SELL swi-.DlSH
1 Insect Powder. A sure eradlcntor of
buiin. Ileus, moths, roaches, unis und all InfSCt
vermin. Sample BOc , postpaid L70 a doz.
t ag-uts. Agents mtn or ladies, can m.ku
6-to$Sadav. Circular free, Address J AS.
B. JOHNSTON. Biased Block. I'llttburg. Pa.
OT.IKI I'Eit MONTH. CITY OR COUNTRY
O toconipetent wide awake liiaurunee sohe
ItorSI well established permanent businsas
Address or inijuiro second floor, f24 Lack-
wnima are., Beranton, Pa
Helo Wanted Females.
dress. Mra. K.P.
OOOX AND LAUN
KiiiKSliury, 901 olivo
Help Wanted Male.
UrANTF.D A WELL DRESSED AIILR
talker. Psrinanent n ialtion uud regu
lar salary to the riant man. Apply between
2 u'id 3 p, in. at rooms II ui.d 1 Tribune
7LANK BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, Maha
-1 zines, Sto, bound or rebound nt Tiik
TRIBUNB office, i; .i .. work. Heusonublu
A I LAI, TICKETS CAN BE HAD AT 144,
IU corner BpTUCS StTSSt nnd Franklin SVS
r.ue. Twenty nioiil UokStS for Clood
CCMMEB BOAKD1NU -FOUR UESPEOT
IT? able persons can tlnd tlrst clarSH bourd
with suiall family in lui'KO, airy house. Hot
and cold baths. Frt-o carriage to depot and
I'hurch Threo-ijuarters of u mile froui sta
tion. Healtny locality. Address box 03,t'larks'
f"OBT- WALLET CONTAINING PAPERS
li and bill.., between Lackawanna Valley
House mid Beoch street, Beward given tor ro
tors to818 Centre itrttt
r 08T ON EVEN I Nil OF JINK 81,
I J ', i.1 , l-olll wnteh. IIOIOI fuet. tllllill I'llSI
aud obsttttune. Bstnrn to i.uoj jBonssy ars-
T OST-A QOLDHAIR PIN WITH WHITE
1 a prongs. Putder will be suitably re
warded by ri'turuiiiff the same to Colonel K.
H. Bipple, Thud Nutlomd bnuk building.
Money to Loan.
ONLY TO I.l AX ON FIRST MoRT
eat-es. nuns from SI 0 0 to 88,000.
BROWN, Attiirnoy, "XIS Spruce street.
CBALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
O ceived at tho ofllce of the City Clerk,
Seran'oa. Pa., until 7.30 o'clock p, ni. Thurs
day, July i, ISH1, to construet lateral sewers
with the uoeessury branches, basins, lump
holes, fixture i nud appliunc.es In Silez. Hin
ornl I'nrbon and tlorifaa streets in uceordancu
wiih plan, nrotlle mi si leciflcatloni tiled in
the olllee cf i Ity Clerk.
Each proposal shall bo accompanied by cash
or eertinud check In the sum of one hundred
In esse the bidder to whom the contract
shall have been awarded refuses or omiti to
sxeonte a bontrsct for tho work in accordance
with plan aud specifications therefore, within
ten days from date ot award, the end isuro uc
COmpanylng Ins proposal shall be forfeit d to
the use of the city of Scranton. The city ro
SCrveS the right to rel Wt u:iy and nil bids.
By oritur of ( ity ( '.mneils.
It. T. LAVKLLE, City Clerk.
Scranton, 1'a . June Si. 1M'4.
TJ STATE or Martha Taylor. 1 it of tho
1 j Borough ol Olyphant, Pa, deosesid.
Lettersc sdninlttrstlon upon theabsrs
nsmcd estate havimr ls-on Kraoted to the
n dei signed ail persons baring cls'mtor de
mands sgelnst said ottatt wh present then
for payment uud thots indebted thorot will
plpsss im.k linmeditt i payment to
WILL A KD, W A It HEN k KNAPP,
Attoruevs lor Estate.
JOHN TAYLOR, Ac.mr..
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
1 application will be ninda to theU venuir
of Pennaylrania on Uonday. the ssoond dnv
of July, 1684. by Watts c. Van Blarcom, w.
Howard Withers. Edmund A. Bart!, David
Spruks and Louis J. Siebecker, under the Act
of A-sembly, entitled "An act to provide for
tie- incorporation and regulation of certain
eorp rations, "approved April tt, 1874, ami
UiesUpplSBIsntS therote, for the charter of
an intended ooruorstlo.i to b caiimi the
Crescent Coal Mining Company, the chsrac
t' r and objeol of which is ih mining, prepat
lag tor market aud setting anthracite cuni.
a-.d fer these purpoaje to have, poessssand
enjoy all Hie rights, benefits and privileges of
said Act of Aasembly and .iipplemonta thereto.
PATTERSON fj WILCOX,
Rc2f i ' .1 ' -
I.1 IN EST BORANTON CENTRAL LOTS AT
J ovr pries lettlag fast. Hr t Oumo, first
served. If you are w ise don't neglect this
Last chance i now presented of securluu
home eltts on the venues only Ave mlnutct
walk from pott office, Independent of street
ears, yet cm- service i iht al hand. Ik'st
schools nearby, churcbet, theatre., depots,
doctors Values meresslng rapidly. Prices
will soon b rained. Bay quick. Easy terms.
Remember, eren it cats arano stopped by
snow or ice for nnhsppy tnborban renlsnts,
the wnste of valuable lime to ;i busy man, to
my nothing Oftxpenst of car fares, is a seri
ous evBslderaticn. Waltiog fur the ear in
m ow or rain or cold, waltiug, waiting', wait
ing, or perhaps jostmlSBlBg MlSCSr. Don't
lie misled. Buj n lot in Scranton and see it
quickly double in value. See new Scranton
( ity Dip-dory map for relstivo distances from
city Hall. Be wise and call upon W. Qlbson
joins, 311 Spruce street.
GREAT BANKRUPT SALE
Great Slaughter in Prices all during the week in all departments.
The 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 good many folks cau' t figure out why we are uot iu jail lor stealing. They know we cau't buy
goods and si-11 them as wo do, "but we do."
To pass up and down the street and see goods marked 50 cents, which yon can buy hero far 25
conts, is easier than picking up a quarter ou tho sidewalk. You don't even have to Btoop for it.
You don't know what you are missing. Don't care what you waut, just so it's iu our line. We
will save you money ou every article.
Connolly &, Wallace
ssaleof Parasols and
We offer Extraordinary Values to close out
LOT NO. 1. Plfty 20-iuch Coftou Gloria, Fast
Black Paragon Frames, Handsome Carved
Handles. Sale price, 75 c. each.
LOT NO. 2. Fifty 2C-incli Twilled Gloria, Nat
ural Handles; liiro;e variety of Knots, Loops
aud Straight. Special price, b'Jc.
LOT:?. Twenty -live 20-inch Navy Bine Twilled
Gloria, Natural, Loop and Knot Handles.
Reduced from $1.25 to )Oo.
LOT 4. Twenty-five 2(j inch Blue Silk and Wool
Gloria, Fine Natural Handles. Price,! .25.
LOT 5. Fifty 26-inoh Blue Silk and Wool Gloria,
finely finished with Dresden Ball Handles,
sold everywhere at $i.8."i. Sale price, $1.50.
European Plan. Firit-clasa Bar attached.
Depot for Barguer A Kngel'a Tauuhwueor
IE Cot 15tl) and Filbert to, Pnllidi
licit desirable for resident of N E. rnn'
tylvanla. All convenience for traveler
to and from Broad Street lUtleu and tbo
Twelfth and Market Street aUtiou. Ue
tirable for visiting Sorantonlaua aud p
He In the Anthraclto Region.
T. J. VICTORY,
OUR STOCK was damaged by water from the recent explosion and fire, whici
occurred Saturday night, June 16, in the store of our neighbors, Messrs.
Davies & Griffin. The damages allowed us by the insurance companies permit us
to offer GREAT BARGAINS TO BUYERS OF CLOTHING AND FURNISH
INGS. All goods are appraised at 33 cents on the dollar less than cost to make.
There is no smell of smoke or fire about them and they are equally as good as be-
Sale Begins Saturday,
and will last about 30 days, as the goods WILL and MUST BE SOLD as quickly
Here is an unequalled chance to procure High-class Clothing and Gents' Fur
nishings at about one -third the wholesale cost price.
Boys' Waists, 12c.
MEN'S SUITS, formerly sold for SI0
MEN'S SUITS, formerly sold for $ 16
MEN'S PANTS, formerly sod lor $5
BOYS' SUITS, formerly sold for S3
E BELL CLOTHING HOUSE
SIGN OF THE BELL. 230 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
E 5T. KXT DOOR TO THE BTJUNED DAVIES A GRIFFIN UL'II.DINO.
FOSTER & CO.
the Last Week, but
FOSTER & CO.
H'e have lately had Feather Ileds and PilloVI brought to us by
slranyeis who wished to dispose of the same and from whose actions
we believed the jeathcrs didn't belong to them. We will haie no
dtalingi wilh such parties.
We wish tu raulion peopU against giving into the hands of strang
ers who claim to represent its, dity Feathers, Carpets, etc , which they
wish renovated. Any of our agents can easily identify themselves, or if
any one who wishes work done in our line, will drop us a card or call
at our factory, we will promptly attejid to their wants and will en
(fcuoor fo merit the confidence of everybody.
THE SCRNAT0N UEDDLSQ CO.,
6'M and box Lacka. Ave., Cor. Adams.
See our FIFTEEN DOLLAR Solid
Oak Bedroom Set!
We sell Furniture as cheap as
any house in the country that in
tends to give honest value for the
money. Try us.
205 AID 207
230 Lackawanna Avenue.
Neckwear Given Away. Boys' Sails, 74c.
One, of the
LOT (i. Seventy-live 26-inoh Pure Silk Twilled,
Changeable Colors, in Navy, Garnet, Green
and Brown. Regular $4 number at 3 each.
LOT 7. Twenty-live 22-inch China Silk, in White,
Navy and Black, Gilt Ribs and Fine Handles.
Former price, 2.35; now 1.90.
LOT 8. Fifteen 22-iuch Surah Silk, the bestseller
of season, in White, Cream and Black; White
and Black Handles. Special price, 2.75.
LOT J. Ten 22-iuch Surah Silk, with ru files, very
stylish, in Navy, Black, Grey aud Brown.
3.25 from 4
LOT 10. About a doen left. White Mode with
White Handles. $3.50 each to close.
Opp. Court House.
1 YOMiSG AVE.
Underwear, Hats, Handkerchiefs, Outing Shirts. Laundered
Shirts. Suspenders, Silk Vests and and all goods that are
damaged at your own price.
You can't afford to let the Glo
rious Fourth pass hy this year
without some memento to mark it.
Supposing you select a choice
trinket, a piece of jewelry, or
something iu silverware; or one of
those inexpensive, but guaranteed,
watches of ours. What could be
All our goods are backed by a
building warrant for quality, and
our new price list, which has been
thrown broadcast over the city,
tells its own story of values.
Cor. Venn five, and Sprace St.
A Handsome Complexion
Is one of Ul frreateit charmi a woman can
ponnesa. Poziom'n Complexion Powoaa