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TOE SCHANTON TEIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING. JULY a, 1S94.
The Effectiveness of Hodsoa Enables Us to
fia Another dm?.
READING TAKES IN HAZLETON
The "Only Me.iny," of the Harris
burgs, Again Bobs Up Serenely to
Retard King Kelly's Upward Pro
gress Standing of the Respective
State League Clubs Various 3ase
Ball and Sporting Notes That Are
Not Too LengUiy for Hot Weather
HE Slate lo a a u e
gumes phyeil yes
terday did , not Te
xtile iu changing the
stuti.'.ing of uuy of
tli tonpective clnVa
with ttio exception
of Pottsville an d
jdncw, tbo letter
moviutr up iutotif th
position. As tlie first season is rapidly
(frmvin to u clow, the clubs Bra nil
limbing strenuous efforts to maintain
the position nt prtsMit held by each,
igi-l if iiossible.ti sdvance farther up
the Udder toward tue cbAuipiousbip
The followiuit tnWe gives the por
ceutiiges of the clu'us. toftether with
the laiuiber of ruiii won and lost by
each, and their stHtidiug iu ttie clum-
Won. Lout. Pet C't.
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17 id .;i'.r.
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SCHl:l)V!,E I'OR TODAY.
Pottsville nt Siruuton.
tJiinisburn nt AUantowu.
Ki'iiding at rlunleton.
Attouun at Easton.
PITCHCR WILSON WAS TO CLAMS.
Tbv FottavlUe Stur Was in Bad Form
Jlr. Wilson, the stur pitcher of tx
Pheuoinpiml 'Smith's l'otUville agre
gji tion of bse ball urttsts, was not on
Komi terms with himself yesterday lie
v;i3 Bi.ur of visage and ucted as if
"that tired feellnir" had obtained a
strong hold on him.
It is not surprising therefore that tbo
Potrsville boys lost the gfiuie and al
lowed Scrauton to pass theiu in tbo
To begin with, Sir. Wilson was wild,
r.o less than 8vbii members of the
local team walking to tirst base be
cause the Pottsville stur imagined tbo
homo plate was several tins larger
thin th le.icne regulations require.
Trne Mr. Wilson has speed, lots of
it, but it is unnccompauied by that
niuplittvioof curve that the successful
pitcher finds of such grout service to
luui 1st mystifying ttie batsman.
Patchxn foimd these straiu-ht, swift
balls just to bis liking and in the tilth
landed on one or them for three bases,
In the seventh he uzuin became enam
ored of one of these swift bulls and ho
sreetad it siiaarely with his bat. The
hull started on its outward passaze,
flew over the center field fence, landing
many feet on the other side. It was
the first time a ball had ever been
knocked over that fence and the cheers
tnat greeted,, Patchen as be trotted
ircroestbe nome plate were deafening,
By that bit of stick work Patchen won
a s'.Ik hat.
MOKE TUOflil.E IS THE NINTH.
In tlje ninth inning Mr. Wilson suf
fered the greatest humiliation. I'our
singles were made off him in succssdou
which with a loii;' fly by Masey
allowed three runs to be added to
the Scranton seore makiHjr a total of
nine. Wrstlake played a brilliant
game, making tiro stjps that were
llodson again proved that h is tlio
kinz of Statu lieasne pitchers, in Mo
firntinuine lie struck out Golden, the
first tiHtsman, and Potts reached first
ou W estluke s error. Potts attempted
to steal second and Patchen threw the
ball into cea tor field over Plielan's hea l.
Potts thought it was a wild throw and
started for third, Ilofjiin had backed
Pbelaii up and when the ball ploughed
through the atmosphere about tlie lat
ter's head, Hotfati seized it. shot it to
Westlakeat third, where delictto Mr.
Potts was put out, Tijflie woutout on
a fly to lioiiau.
In the fourth the visitors made their
fir.it run. Potts was given u base on
talis nnu Iljihe Med cut to tlogan,
wLiU) i'otts was cut oil at second a mo
incut later. Fuller made a two-base
hit, EMia was Kiven a bare on balls and
on Hill's single Fullr scorsd.
The visitors rallied again in the sev
enth, Digglns odened with a siniglo
and rescind secoii'l because Wetzel
failed to hold too ball thrown by
Patchen. Humphreys went out from
Westiake to Alassoy, Uigglns scoring
on Welz.Ts fuilnre to properly jude
llson s hie. Uolden Uit-d ou a lly t
We6tluke and Potts was given first ou
bails. Just ttien Tighe came to the
rfcuo with a three base hit on which
Wilson and Potts scored, Pottsville
did not Increase its total in the eighth
or mnt a, bcore In detail ;
n. it. i. a. e,
Hogan, c. f 0 0 4 1 (
Wntzel, bs 1 1 a S !
Pstchee, c 3 3 6 1 (
Kofiew, if 1 3 0 1 (
Phelan, -J 0 0 U 4 (
Stuns, 1. f 3 1 O (I (
iMnssey, lb !i 3 10 0 (
NYestlake, 3b 0 13 3 1
llodson, p 0 1 0 1 I
9 13 27 U
R. if. P0. A.
floMen.c. f 0 0 3 0 0
P..tt, If 13 0 0
Tiguo, 3 b 0 1 IS 4 9
Puller, lb 118 0
Ellis, 3h..,. 0 13 11
Hill, r. f.... 0 3 10 0
PiSKins, c 1 1 7 3
Humphries, b 0 113 3
Wilson, p. 10 0 5
Total..... 6 9 27 14
Scrauton 1 120101039
Pottsville 0 0 0100800-4
Earned runs Scrauton 4, Pottsville 1
Two base hits Puller, Hill.' Three base
hitf Patches, T'ighe. Home runs Pat-
clieu. Sacrifice lut Westlake, Stolon
bases Hogan, VeBtlnke3, Patchen, Staltsi
I'otts, Wlis, uiggms, llnmphreys,
Uouble plavs-l'helau to V etzel to jlasuv
Tighe to Fulltir. htruclmut Hy llodson
fi; by Wilson 3. Flmt busn on balls Uy
lloflyon 4, oy HPon 7. nit nv pitcher,
ngtie. iimo J.no. umpire ityin.
OTHER STATE LEAGUE RESULTS,
Hnzletoo 0 1S 0 0 0 2 0 3-10
KeuditiB 3 0 U 7 0 1 0 4 x-14
HitsIIaaleton, 1C; Koadlng, 10. Errors-
HHzleton, 3: Readiui. 4. Bsttenss Jor
dan and Jloore; Kbottds and For.
lliirrisburif....U 3 3 0 5 0 1 0 x 11
Hits Alloutown. 8: llnrrlsbure. 15. hr-
rors Alleutown, 4; Harrinbui'K, 3. Bat
teries linlthviu and Slilligau; Alenney uud
ritUburg 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0-3
boston 0 0300010 37
Hits PittHbnnr. 6: Boston. 0. Errors
Pittsburg, L'; lioaton, 0. Batteries Eurot
and Merritt: Kichols and Kynu. Umpire
Clovelnnd 3 0 1 0 0 0 0
Xtnv York....O 0 3 10 0 0
3 0 '
Hits t'levehind. 4: Now York, 7. Errors
Cleveland, 3; New York. 1. Batteries
Urillitbs, Clarkaon and Zimmor; Huhhio
ami Fnrrell. L'urtnre Stage aud Partly.
Chicago 3 3 5 1 1 0 0 3 0-1."
Iliihulelphia..l 3 I 5 0 3 8 0 3-17
Hit.-t'hicago, is; Pliiladelglna, 20. lv'-
ror.-1 Chicago, 7: Pliilndelphin, 5. Batter
ies Stratum. JUcUHl and bchnver; Lar-
sey and Buckley. L'mpiro McLjunid.
Wilkes-Barre, 3: Providence, 1.
Minglininton, 8; Spriugllekl, 10.
Erie, 1!; Troy, 3.
GLINTS FROM THE DIAIYIONO.
Bl'eitonntein has expressed a williuguess
to pitch ;regiihirly alternating Jgumes for
Oeorgj Smith, of Cincinnati, has tbo
lowest hnttiug average of any shortstop
in tue league.
The South Sido Boys will play tha Sen
ators of tireeu Kidgo, ueit Saturday ut
the Driving park.
Tbo West Sido Stars rlav the Provldenco
Stars u game of ball July 4th. ut 11 o'clock
on tue Little vt ood s grounds.
T.ho Actives, of lireeu liidgo won an-
othra" game from Hie Mixtures by a score
of 13 t 7. The Actives will plav any club
uu'lor seventwn years of nco. First come
llrst served. E. Young, mauager; J.
Allen, thr shortstop of the Phillies, who
has been laid up ou accuut of injuries, is
the son or a very wealthy hanker in cen
tral Ohio. Latham tells tho story that
Alleu's father had agreed to give his sou
:u,(a'0 it he would (put playing ball.
HoL'sn. of tho Scrauton team, i said to
be uue ot the coming outfielders of Ameri
ca, llo I a Youugttowu boy, and Jiunnio
McAleer is authority for the statement that
lie is fasler than Tom Baown, Billy h'uu
day or himself. Philadulpbia Inquirer.
There will bo two games of ball nt the
parte ou J.vJt 4 with lluzlnton. Tho morn
ing gamo v.-ill bo called at Ui o'clock and
tlie afternoon gamo at 4 o'clock. No car-
rinses will bo admitted to the grounds at
these camo's. Admission to the grand
timd 115 cents. Boxes reserved without
extra charge at box ullleo from b.3U to 'J. 3 J
a. iu., and from 3.30 to 3.30 p. m.
lrer.surer r.ick lounc has received a
check lor $2,400 from Von der Horst, of
Baltimore, to oe paid to president Vou der
Ahe as hoou as fileasou appears In an
Oriole uniform. This was doue to hurry
the St. Louis president into making his
peaco wrth Oleason, who declines to M?n
until "der Poss" Abo refunds tho ?.W0
Ifloason claims the S;. Louis boss uujuitly
withheld trom his salary.
Secretary II. II. Diddlebock of th State
league, say la tho Philadelphia Iuiiuirer:
"(iossip about tho State league couiiuuos
to till the baise ball columns and it is not
always true. According to some writers
the Stuto league has been ou its last legs
for a month or more, but it is still intact,
and there is notliiii? to lndicato that there
will be a break iu the circuit. The poor
patronage afforded the ilarrisburg club at
home has neen a source or worrunent to
President -Meyers, but he has never had
any intention or throwinr up his rran-
chteo. The story that he was to tako his
club to Atlautic City was a little prema
ture; as while he had received an offer to
locate at the seaside resort he hud never
accepted it. The second championship
seaon or tho btato league will Uegiu on
next Saturday, and it is probable that be
ginning with that date a number of the
liariisburg games will be transferred to
Lancaster, Slitunokiu, Sheuaudoah and
possibly Willhimsport, but there will be
no change of name or management."
CITY LEAGUE SEASON.
St. Thomas Collsg Club Won thi
The last scheduled game of the City
leagn was to be played on Saturday
at 3,:!0 p. in. by the St. Thomas and
High School teams, but tho High
School team failed to uppoar on the
grounds and the game wan awarded to
St. Thomas by a scoro of u to 0 by the
The City league tohednle was so nt-
ranted that each of the four clubs was
to i Uy ten games, and the olub having
tho highest average would bo declared
the winner. The schedule was iir-
ranged by Professor Whitinore, mi'.n-
ager of Wood s Lase Lull team, assisted
bv the managers of High school, No.
ui and St. I homo cluoa,
The following is the Standinj of the
diliorent teams, stating the number of
games won, lost, postponed, and the
percentage of each:
Won Lost Po?t. Per
St. Thoma9 X 3 0 .win
W ooda 4 3 3
No. lid 2 4 4 Ml
High School 1 0 3 .143
NOTKSOF TUB I'f.AYKUS AND TKAM.t.
The Holding of the No. 20' was of the
In Loivis, of Wood's, is tbo making of a
nrsl-ciiuis ottii player.
With a good pitchor tho St. Thomas'
chib would become n very strong team.
Tbo team from No. 30 school was tho
smallest club iu tha league aud are des
erving of much credit for tiro work they
Kolly, pitcher, of Hie High Kehool, is a
good player and would undoubtedly have
won the games be pitched, if ho was
The St. Thomas club dUbanded on Sat
urday. Ou account of the school being
dismissed, the inoiuDers living m dilteront
towns were not able to coutiiiuo tho team
The pitchers of tho City league were
Smith and Jason from No. 311; Kelly and
Emerson, of the High School; Schives and
Owciip, or Woods; tubbous, Miuer aud
CnsHjk, or nt. ihoinaB.
The St. Thomas' under tho luanagnmsnt
of Patrick J. Boland, played twelve gamo.
ten in the city league and two nou-loague
games, one with the illy pliant Browns
ana one wltn the Jiurray liuiii, or Fitts
twn. They were victorious in tho games
with tho Browns and Murray Hills, de
feating tho for m or by a score of 15 to 0
aiM the latter by a scoro ot 10 to 3.
BICYCLE OF FUTURE FCR WOMEN.
Eex Will Not B) Considered in Its man
ufacture. Two of the leading firms of bicycle
manufacturers in this country have re
cently expressed the opinion that with
in five years there will be no difference
betwesu the wheeU nied by men and
women. In other words, they believe
the day is not far off when all women
devoted to wheeling will discard skirts
on tha road aud wear what it now
usually referred to as the "rational'' or
"reform" dress. In other words tho
sox of the rider will cut no figure in
the manufacture ot bicycles, aud wo
men will no louger have to put up with
wheels whose modal, specially designed
for skirt wearers, is necessarily inferior
to those made for men in strength,
lightness and sase ot propulsion,
The courier of this new era in bicy
cling seems to have arrived. A wheel
is just tec inning to appear iu the
streets of this city and Brooklyn that
is intended for women, though it has
the diamond frame heretofore seen only
in the safetios made for men. In no
respect does It difTcr from the finest,
high grade, and blgh-prlced roadsters
used by the sterner sex except that the
diameter of both wheels is from two to
four inches unaller than that of the
men's machines, mid the frame is m
cordingly much nearer the ground.
The wheel is mounted hy the stop or
pedal mount in voguo among men ri
ders and is, of course, intended only
for those ;women who wear tho "ra
Tho new wheel weighs only twenty-
eight pounds, which is two to fivo
pounds less than most of the high
grado men's roadsters of ex.ictly the
suite strength of frame. This is the
crowniug advantage and it is secured
by doing nway with tho smrt guard,
which ore the unsightly and not wholly
protective feature of women's bicycles,
and by saving the extr weiuht required
for the inisciuiiifiu und clumsy lrumes
devise. I for rhfors wearing Bklrts. It is
mi interesting and an important ques
tion bow to surmount the dillicultiei
nn 1 make all men and women free and
o believe the solution of the prob
lem will be found in a soiisiblo bicycle
costnmo for women. The young
women who aro porfectly cvrtnin that
they would nt'ier die than wear one
of tho modest and tasteful bicycle
suits which are now seon by scoroa are
likely, before thoy lira married, to see
them bo commonly in use that they
will not call for apodal remark. A
while ngo the bicycle costume was a.
topic in the month of every resident of
Paris. Today the hoodlums of that
capital are so nngallant as to hoot nt
the exceptional women who still insist
on wheeling through the parks in
ordinary streot attire. We predict
that tho new bicycle, or something
like it, will seon be a recognized fea
turo in the wheeling world. JNew
GENERAL SPORTING NOTES.
Tho regntta committee of the People's
Fourth or July regatta, which will bo hold
on the Schuvlkill on that day, are quite
jubilant over tLo number of entries that
have been received. A largo number or
men from Nov York aud other eastern
cities will compete
August 19 is the date settled for tho run
ning of the annual lUU yard dash tor the
prolcssiomd championship at Denver. Tho
purse will bo f 1,000, aud among tho entries
are Thomas C. Morris, of California, the
present champion; "Steve" Fnrrell, of
Connecticut; ''Jim" Collins, of Wisconsin;
E. Donovan, of Massachusetts; W. 11. Cop
pie, of Nebraska; J. Englemau, of Pitts
burg, and J. Ciibsou, of England.
lieorge It. Gray, the champion shot
putter, who has eutored for tho all
around championships of the American
Athletic union to be held on tha grounds
of tho New Jersey Athletic club, is not a
novice in that sort of work. In 18s8 he
went to England and competod in the in
ternational all-around championships,
"tvinning second place with twenty-seven
paints. His record in the contests was as
follows: Throwing 50-pound weight, 20
feet 7 inches; 100-yard ruD, got second to
Bulger by three yards; throwing 10-pouad
hammer, Hi feet 3 inches; lil-pouud shot,
43 feet 7f inches; standing long jump, 11
feet 10 inches: 440 yards, got second to
Bulger by five yards; pushing 23-pound
shot from shoulder, 30 feet 7 iucbes;
standing hop, step aud jump, 23 feet 8
inches. In ISS'J Gray competed in the all-
around ngainst Jordon and Ford, but
railed to quniuy. un a percentage basis
Oray feols that ho will have a good chance
THE OUTLOOK NOT HOPELESS.
A'tii; York 1 nbnnc.
No intelligent man will deny that the
municipality is the wens: spot m our mod
ern civilization. But this is so for special
reasons that will not always exist. On tho
one band the rich industrial aud comuier
cial that the city odors to the energetic
man of business huve for the time being
mado him seilshly negligent of his civic
duties; and other, the movement of
population has thrown into near
ly every ltrgo city of the New
World a mass of ignorance and
latent vice that It may take several gener
at ions to pureo aud assimilate. No intel
ligeut New Yorker ut the present moment
bus any disposition to make light of the
municipal corruption that bus been ex
posed to public view. But, If ho is wise us
wpII us intelligent, he will understand thut
this corruption is merely incidental, and
no part or the permanent life and duvel
opement of the city, which will throw it
off, uud that perhaps at no very distant
To I'tacllre a Song.
A writer iu Tho Etudo says:
Tho student, when practicing, should
stand firmly m both feet in an upright,
easy position, tho head erect, tho client
well expanded, tho shoulders kept down
Ward, llo should open tho throat iw
virto us possible, but tho uioutli only
moderately, drawing . tho lips rather
tight, so as just to show tho upper row
of teeth, as in smiling, iu order that the
sound, striking a hard surf nee, says Sig
nor Lamperti, may vibrato with greater
intensity and give n ring am) brilliancy
to the voice.
It is great mistake to open tho
mouth too much. It causes n thick, un
pleasant sonority, and renders rapid mid
distinct articulation impossible, Tho
tonguo should remain at full length, so
as to leuvo tho largest possible spaeo in
The student w.onld do well to practice
before :t looking glass or hold a small
minor in his hand to seo if tho uper
t in-13 of tho throat and tho uvula aro via'
CMTPATKlN WANTED AS JANITOIi (lit
t ' wati hinnn . or any position nf tnisr
Bund lvtoruiiciV Address J. P. STANToN,
r ANTED -A POSITION AS JaKIToH
V ((flipper, wntcliman or any plnen of
trust. Handy with carpenters ami puintore
onus, marrieu, aio ti. a. ll. ., post olliee,
C1TCATION WANTED-PLAIN HEW
O in it- Call or aililrisifti:) Dix court.
SITUATION WANTKD BV F1KBT CLASH
- uuu-iier Aviin lun'i-ii yenra exiierione
Aiuiress rro'i i aspie, jinx j orost I Uy, I
SITUATION WANTED BY A HOOD II Alt
iioss maker. Havo worked ut tho business
nine years. Vi ou'd desire slowly work. Ad
Pleas A. A. Ij i i.uu James street, DcruntoB,
CITUATION WANTED BY A BOY 17
i j yearn or ago, to worn In oltloo or an
kind of work. Hood education. Addled VV
K., Ti ihuiio olllee.
OITTATION WANTED BY BAUBER,
k-J married, nrst class workman, wwit
teady situalrun, city of country: tin sober,
honvst, and run eiro best of references if ro
qutrod. Addrees Harry Silvers, Blairstowu,
t'lTCATlON WANTKD BY YOUNli SI A V
I J willing to do most any kind of work. Ad-
urosfl ii iriuniio oince.
, STUOXO, WILL1NO AND INTELL1
j V gent boy, la years old, would Irke to get
Homo kind ot work to do that lie niinlit assist
ins mooier, who is n wuuiw uuu ill IHHH1. All
lruasF.il. y.. 137 Franklin street, Dunmoia,
A N AOED LADY WOULD LIKE TO CAKE
j V for small children or baby in a respecta
ble family; can also do needlework ; wkok no
niijeot, but a coBilortablo borne Is uutlrod.
li. A. C 1 rlimne otitoe.
SITUATION WAN I ED- BY A WOOD KE
speotulileifirL Wants work with a cond
family where" lie cmi nisko it her humo Caa
do any kind of work. Address A. K., Tribune
ITants of all hind$ cost that muc a
tpt Situation$ WantcU.whictt art imert
A HUNTS WANTKD To SELL KWKD1HH
lllHiw:!-. l'.iuil.'l. A unr.i ..r-ulii-uliii uf
1H'8. Hons, ninths. riiaeliL'S, imlrt and nil insect
vermin, baiiiplo .1 le , postpaid Jl.7ii a dnz.
ti uui'iiu, Admits, uii.ii or ladles, can nnkii
- t.i .'. a day. Ciividir free. Address J AS.
II. JOUXHTOy. Bissell Block, l'illslmig. Pa.
y.'.l'11'EU JlO.NTll, CITY OU rOUNTlSY
O to l omputont wide awalto Insurance solic
itors; Wuil established lierlnnui'Iit busilltai.
Address or impilm H-eond flour. .r'.'4 Lack
wamin nvi... B. rnnlnn, Pa.
Helo Wanted Femalea.
UrA."i'l'.l)-A OOOD I'OOIv AND LAl'N
dToss. Mrs. E. P. KiUL-shurv. UOl Ulivo
U 'ANTED -COMPETENT OiiOANl.EK
and manairor for eel able Sick Beiiellt
Soelety, rutni'iumr moinv nei-iodieallv to
memliuis. txcellent oiipoituintv. Address
with references. Ho lis. liii hiiniud. Va.
WANTED- IF YOU ABU A CATHOLIC,
V i Ulledlliloved mid will work for SIS. imr
week, write MaoCuniiell Bros.. 11 Franklin
street. Boston. Mums.
IOIt SALE-FINE LINJC BI UOIES, SCR
kinds, also newly finished coach cheap ut
M. T. KELLEB'S Laekuwauna Carriago
i ries. l nt-ai ous. carts una waions 01 an
BLANK B()OKS, PAMPHLETS. MAGA
dines, etc.. bmm.1 or rebound at TllR
TitincNE ollicu. Uuivk work. Ueusonabiu
MEAL TICKETS CAN BE HAD AT 144,
corner Someo street and Franklin ave
nue. Twenty ineul ticttots for J3.5U. Uood
'UMMEIi BOAkDINO -FOUR RESPECT-
ublu persons cull find llrst class board
with smuU fuiuily iu lm ue, airy house. Hot
uud cold tilths. Frco cm riune to depot mid
chureli Three inmrters of u uiile from sta-
tlui. Healtiiiy locality. Address box US.Clurka'
T OST-rtOLLOF MONEY ON MeNUOE,
lj l.etwocn Mulbirry and (ilivo or oa olive
betwein Monro) uud Ouincv. Couimuniittto
with 4lsMonr ie.
T OST-A OOl.DHAlU PIN WITH WHITE
lj prongs. Kinder will bo suitably re
warded by returning the same to Colonel E.
11. Klppln, Third -national luuiK buiniuig.
L'DITOIt'S NOTICE THE UNDKK
V smn.'d. an auditor appointed hy the Or
phan's Court of Lackawanna county, to pass
upon exceptions ttleil to account or anu in uis
tributo money found to b in the hands of
Francis 15. Miller, executor of the will of
ei.'oebe Ann Bimroli, deceuspd, hereby gives
notice that he will attend to the duties of his
appointment at tho oltloo of Taylor & Lewis,
Commonwealth Building, Scrauton, Pa., on
Wednesday, July .0. Is'.N. at Va, iu., at wiitc-n
time aud place, all persons having claims
ni;aliut tho said estate must present tlii'in or
le forever tnereafter debarred from coming
ui onaaid fund.
HEltBERT TAYLOK, Auditor.
PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED AT
L tho oince of .lohu Jermyn, I'rieehurKh,
Pa., until July lo. lsW, for driving a rock tun
nel in Jermyn, no. a, rrom tno n root vein to
cut ttie Diuiuiore vein size to be 7x14 loot in tho
clear and about 1, SOU feet long. Also to sink a
shaft from surface to Diinmoro vein, sizoto bo
SxlK foot in the clear and about l.'iO feet deep.
Specifications may be seen at l'riuvuurgli. Wo
reserve tho right o reject any or all bids.
; W. M. JERSEY X, Supt.
C1 EALEDPKOPOSALS WILL BE BE-
ceived by the secretary of tho Scrauton
Poor district until Friday. .Iu y B, 1S!I), at i p.
in., for Bteum fitting ill tho men's (late wo
nieii'si building ut Hillside Home, according
to plans and specifications on file at the office
of F. J. Ainsilen, architect- Tlie board re
serves the right to re.vct any or all bins, pro
posals should bo endorsed, "Proposals for
Steum Fitting," and addressed to
E. J. LYXETT, Secretary.
Scranton, Juno 311, ls!4.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE KE
ceived by tlio secretary nf tho Scrauton
Poor district until Friday, July ll, lSt'4. utSp.
m for i lunibiug and gus fitting in the men a
(late woiuen's) building, at Hillside Homo,
according to plans and specification! on lil" at
tho ollics of F. J. Ainsilen, architect. The
board reserves the right to reject any or all
liids Proposals should bo endorsed. "Pro
posals for Phiuibin.rand Has Fitting," and ad
dressed to E. 3. LYNETT, Socretary.
Soranti'm Juno 30, 1WJ4.
SEALED PIIOPOSALS WILL BE UK
i) ceived by the sccrelarv of tho Scranlon
Poor district until Friday.fuly (i, 1MM, at 2 p.
m., fore tho general remodeling ot the men's
liuto women's) buddliui, at Hillside Home, ae
lording to plans and specilicatiolis on file at
tlio ollicu of F. J. Anisdoii, architect. The
board n s-rves the right to reject any or all
bids. Pio; osalu should b,' oudorsed, "l'iv
posals for hemodeliug,"and ud'hessed to
E. J. LYNETT, Seoiotary.
Bcrar.ton, Ju ie 30. I,i4.
Do Yon Need Printing?
Consult THE TRIBUNE JOB DE
PARTMENT. Do Your Books Need Binding?
Consult TIIE TRIBUNE BIND
h OR the benfit of our customers we will keep open our stores
1 Tonight, Tuesday, July 3, until 10 o'clock
P. M. So you can do your Fourth of July shopping in the cool
of the evening.
Parasols, Umbrellas, Gloves,
itts, Fans, Shirt Waists, Duck
Waists, Ladies' and Gents'
j Underwear, Gapes and Jackets
at Special Prices to help you celebrate the Glorious Fourth.
GROSS, FOSTER & CO.
ssacleof Parasols and
We offer Extraordinary Values to close out
LOT XO. 1. Fifty 20-iach Cotton
liiiicK raragon I'lnnips, JIaudsomo Carved
Ilaudles. Salo prko, 7 ."5 c each.
LOT NO. 2. Fifty 20-inch Twilled Gloria, Nat
ural Handles; large variety of Knots, Loops
aud Straight. Special price, yyc
LOT 3. Twenty -five 20-iucli Navy Blue Twilled
Gloria, Natural, Loop and Knot Handles,
ltedueed from $1.25 Vi 90c.
LOT 4. Twenty-five 20 inch lUuo Silk and Wool
Gloria, Fine Natural Handles. Price, $ J ,2 3.
LOT 5. Fifty 2-ineli Blue Silk and Wool Gloria,
finely finished with Dresden Eall Handles,
t;old everywhere at $1.85. Sale price, $ .50.
European Plan. Flrst-olass Bar attsebeA.
Depot for Bergoer ft Engul'e Tanuhniusor
ii Cor, 15th and Filbert Sts., Philadi
Most doalruhlo for retidents cf K.E. Fonn
tylvaida. All conveniences for travoleri
to and from Broad Utroot etatlou und the
Twelfth and Market Street station. Liu
lirablo for visiting Sorautonlaus uud peo
lie iu tho Anthracite Region.
T. d. VICTORY,
OUR STOCK DAIAGED BY
UR STOCK was damaged by water from the recent explosion and fire, which
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 good are appraised at S3 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
fore. Sale Begins Saturday, June 30
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. I
MEN'S SUITS, formerly sold fcr $10
MEN'S SUITS, formerly sold for $16
MEN'S PANTS, formerly so d for $5
BOYS' SUITS, formerly sold for $3
SIGN OF THE BELL. 230 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
J-iT-XEXT DOOR TO THIS HL'HXEU D.VVIES GKIFfr'IN BUILDING.
FOSTER & CO.
TT hait lately had Feather lledi and lHllow$ brought to us by
strangers who wished lo dispuse of the same and from tvhote actions
no bclieml the Jeathers didn't belona to them. We will have no
dealings with such parties.
We wish to caution people against giving into the hands of strang
ers who claim to represent us, any Feathers, Carpets, etc , which thai
u ish rcnouttcd. Any of ourageuts can easily identify themselves, or if
tiny one who wishes worh done in our line, mill drop us a card or caff
at our factory, ice will promptly attend to their wants and will en
(Iiuoor fo merit the confidence of everybody.
THE SCIIXATOX MCDDl.WO CO.,
VU2 and 1o.s Lacka. Ave., Cor. Adams.
See our FIFTEEN DOLLAR Solid
Ciik 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.
LOT (i. Seventy-five 20-inch Pure Silk Twilled,
Changeable Colors, iu Navy, Garnet, Green
and Browu. Regular $i number at $3 each.
LOT 7. Twcuty-fivo 22 inch Chiua Silk.in White,
Navy and Black, Gilt llibs and Fiue Handles.
Former price, $2.35; now $1.90.
LOT 8. Fifteen 22-inch Surah Silk, the best seller
of season, in White, Cream and Black; White
and Black Handles. Special price, $2.75.
LOT 9. Ten 22-inch Surah Silk, with rullles, very
stylish, in Navy, Black, Grey aud Brown.
$3.25 from $t.
LOT 10. About a dozen left. White Mode with.
White Handles. $3.50 each to close.
Opp. Court House.
I Boys' Suits, 74c.
Underwear, Hats, Handkerchiefs, Outing Shirts, Launderod
Shirts, Suspenders, Silk Vests and ar.d all goods that aro
damaged at your own price.
You cau't afford to let the Glo
rious Fourth pass by 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.Penn iie. and Spraca St.
For purity, and for Improremtut of tha com
plexion, nothing tquala Pouoni'b Powdw.