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TIIE SCUANTON TIIIBUNE-TIIUESDAY MORNING. JULY 5, 1594.
Scranton Takes I wo Games from Hanlon's
imMENSE CROWDS AT THE GAMES
The First Series Champions Drop
Both Games at Pottsvilla, While
Reading and Altoona Even Up Mat
ters by Each Winning a Game
Standing of the State League Clubs.
National and Eastern League Results-Ease
Bull Notes of Interest
to Lovers of the National Pastime.
if tliu tirst ewrioi of
Statu Lvalue ol
Base Ball lub, lout
both uits ynstvr
day to the PotU
villa club ia coa-
tt'8t notd fur heTy liittiuif by loth
tt'Aiud. At Uesdliig the two rhuim
scheduled were pUyeJ, the Altouua
clubwiuuiiiK the tuoruiuK nm and
the nftoruoou gtwe Uiutf wuu by the
'ire moruiug gam at Sruton wUh
Ilzlwtou w.u the vr9ttio8t exUitotiou
of bull playing u this saeon nud was
won by th Scmuton club ia the umth
inuiu-. lUzUlou alw lost the attar
no j a by remoa of the superior
stick work of the home tiMiii.
The only etttturfe ia the tuudinir of
the uiubi u the uh;itij(iti of position
of the ILzk'tou uud AHentowu club
the latttr yoiu iuto second jilaee.
Ser.iutou also gtruugthened her
tjrutfp ou fourth pluc.
The following table gwres the per
ceutuccj of tiie clubs, together with
the i;umber of games wou aud lost by
each, u:id their biuiKhug iu tue ch.tui
on. Lost. Per C't.
ITarrisburg :'4 H .Ti
Alliiutowu 'iS -J0 .5?J
Hazletoa "J 7 St .il.'J
fc-crautuu ; -'is .S.tu
Keuding 'i7 :.'tl ..Vi'J
i'ottaVllle -J3 'JJ .5l'U
ltooua IS i7 . -HJiJ
EustoQ T 0 .103
SCHEDULE FOR TOMORROW.
Readi3g at Scrauton.
Altoosa at Alleutowu.
I'ottsville at Hasleton.
BEST CAME CF THE SSASOfl.
Wen ia the Niu;U by SIn?s'j Hsma
Massey ws the hero of yesterday
morning's game between Scraatoa and
Neither club l:aJ scord until the
eio'ht'u itmiug, wuen Hazletou ti
ceedad iu gfttinic one man acroe the
homepl ite. When Scrnatonwent to the
lat iu the ninth it looked like a dret,
Rml after Rog-rs and 'Phelan. the two
first 1 atsuien. were retired, tuere wm
a decided Appearance of (loom about
the faces of the cranks.
At this critical moment George
Staltz took his turn at the willow arid
Jack Fiio was kind enough to hit him
with a bell. G.'ork'ie trotted to first
and Little Willie Maasey next appeared
at the plate with his farorite chunk of
oak in his brawny hands. The third
ball pitelied just suited ilassey and he
met it with terrific force. It started
straight for the center field fenca and
cleared it as gracefully as a bird, land
ing ia the potato garden Deyoad.
Tre scene that followed beggars de
scription. SCENE OF WILD ENTHUSIASM.
It wi;s never equalled on a ball field
In thu city Players that is those
who filled Scranton uniforms aud
spectators were wrought to the highest
pitch of enthusiasm.
Hodson executed a war dance in
front nf th9 grand stand for Tery joy
nndWetzdmet Massey at third and
continued to sbske hi band with great
vigor until the home plate was rescued,
where Hogan, WVstlake and other
braves fell on the neck of the heroic
The occupants of the grand stand
and bleachers arose as one man and
yelled and hooted until the populace
re.iding within a radius of three quar
ters of a mile thought a riot was in
progress at the park. Hats and um
brellas were waved in the air, fire
crackers were discharged and a shower
of silver eolns rained from the grand
stand on Massey's head.
CEOWDID ON THB FIELD.
From the bleachers and field, hun
dreds nf spectators rushed in and
crowded around 'he player, seeking an
opportunity to grasp his hand. It was
five, minutes before anything like order
could be restored and the field cleared,
so that play could be resumed.
Massey's hit that aavsil the game
will be long remembered In the annals
of base ball in Scranton.
It wns o great gams throughout.
The playing, with one or two excep
tions, was as sharp and clean ns has
ever been seen in the city. Both clubs
were straining every nerve to win, for
Ilazleton is anxious to finish in ssoond
place and Scranton In fourth. A do
feat to either meant that they would
bave to be contented with a lownr
place. Fee and Hodson were the pitch
ers. It was their battle throughout,
and Hodson bad the best of it. Ho
was found for only five singles, whrte
Fee was touched up for a home run, a
double and seven singles. Luck seemed
to be against Scranton. Although we
had two singles in the first and a single
and a double in the seeond, we wr un
able to scoro on them. Failure to sacrl
fioe cn the part of our players Is the main
reason why we CAUie so dangerously
close to defoat.
DETAILS OF TUB GAME
In the first Hogan struck out, Wetzel
singled, Patchvn fieldd out to Jordan
and Rogers, after making a base bit,
was put out going to second for inter
ins: with the ball.
Phelan opened the aeoond with a
single and Staltz drove the ball to First
Baseman Clark, who retired Phelaa and
Stalti without assistance. Mussey
made a double and Westluke died on a
fly to Jordan in right.
The men went out in one, 'two, three
order .hi the third and fourth. Mwssey
filed out toMoran in the fifth, West
lake reaohed first on Kothermel's error
and Hodson was put out on a fly to
Clark. Hngan drove tbe ball into deep
left and Westlaka was retired while
trying to make third on tbe hit.
WetZ'l got a base oq' ball in the
sixth, Patcnen filed out to Clark,
Rogers went to first on bails and Pbelan
and btalta were retired on flies to Coa
roy ud Clark. In the seventh Ussey,
Westluke end Hodson went out on flies
to Ely, Moran and Clark, Hogan ex
pired through a fly to Ely ia the eighth
and We I til wu again given a base on
balls.. Patchen popped up a fly which
Jordan captured and threw Wetzol out
That eventful ninth opened with
Rogers at the bat. He Had out to
Rothermel and Phetnn was retired
from Rjthermel to Clark. Stalls was
hit by the pitcher and Mssaey's home
run followed. Westlake singled and
on a hit of similar dimensions by Hod
sou, Westlake scored, Hogan ilied out
iuzi.eton's side of the oame
First Moran, Ely and Clark, the first
three batsmn, struck out.
Second Km hermel wont out from Wot
zp! to Mussey. and Moore reached" tirst on
l'belau's error, t'onrov weuto'.itou a He
to lignu, and Urahum was retired from
Weatlnku to Jlnnuf,
Tliird- Jordau singled: Vee hit the ball
and iu running to ilrst struck it with bis
foot, and was daclarnd out. Junlaii went
out from Tatcheu to Pliidan, while try in if
to htenl Hoeoiid, and JUoruu was retired
from Wetzel to Massey.
Fourth Kly Hied out to lingers, Clark
singled, Keiceriuel reached Ilrt on nil er
ror erf Htalu, Moore strifck out and L'onroy
Hied out to HoL'ini.
Fiftli llniuam wss retired on a lly to
nognn, jonmu struck out ana too was re
tired from WesllaWe to Massey.
trtxtti Moran singled, stole second and
was afterward put out at that bag from
Wetzel to I'lielnn. Klv atruelr out Clurl.-
maJe n forced hit, Rothermel went to 1)m
ou balls and .Moore was retired ou a lly to
foVHiith Couroy flied out to Staltz,
Uraliam weut out, i'liotuu to Jlassoy, and
Jordan rled out to Mitesey.
K.goth. Jlorau reached llrt on Vet
lalie's error, Kly and CUrk eiaigled, Moran
scored. Uotheruiol nud Moore Hied out to
U"k'ers and Westlake respectively.
Miuth. I'ouruv struck out. (Iruliam
thud out to WeKlake and Jordan Rifled.
nil experiuieut iu a vain hope of Having
the gaui Manager llnnlon ilirecleil Fielder
Fairiiurst to bat for Fee. I'ttirhurst ktruck
The game was witaeased by o,000
persons. Hooreiu detail:
ii. li. ro. a. v..
Hasan, cf 0 1 4 ti o
W'eiiel. ss U 1 0 4 U
Pati-Ueu, c 0 (I 7 2 0
Rogers, rf 0 1 i! 0 (I
1'Uelau, !Jb. 0 1 II 1 1
SfalU, It 10 10 1
-Mas.-)-, lb 1 8 7 (I 0
Wu-tlake, lib 1 1 3 'J 1
Hudson, p 0 - 0 0 0
Total 8 U t) !i
It. K. I'O. A. K.
Morau, c. f 1 1 t 0 0
11. F.!y, 1. f u t 1 0
Clark, lb 0 - IS n n
ltotberuittl, s. s 0 0 1 3 1
lloore. c 0 0 'i 0 0
Couro,-. ':b 0 0 13 2
Orahaiu, 3b 0 0 1 0 0'
Jordau. r. f 0 2 II 1 o
Fee, p 0 0 0 0 0
Fairhurat, r. t..i.... 0 0 0 0 0
Total 1 t) 27 8 8
Fee bit by batted ball. Fairhurat bat
ted iu Fee's place.
Scrautuu 0 000 0 000 8 3
llazleton 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1
Karui'd ruus-Scranton 2. Two base
bits ilassey. Sacrifice hits Uogan.
Hams runs ILwey. Double plays Jor
dau to Clark; Clark uuasistvil. St'len
bnsre Westl ike, il irau. St ruck out Dy
Ilodson S, Fee 1. First on ball? Ilodaou
1, Fee. 'I. Hit by pitcher Staltz. Time
1:43. Umpire Rinn.
I N OTHER IN THE AFTERNOON.
Ia Second Oame i'craotoa Had as Easy
Time With Hazleton.
The afternoon game resulted in an
other victory for Scranton, but Mr.
Westlake does not dessrve any credit
Tom Flansghan pitched a splendid
game and if Westlake had not made so
many blue plays the Uazlotons might
have been shut out. Flanaghan kept
the hits well scattered and kept cool at
stages when coolness was required.
Moran, the crack center fielder sawed
the air a number of times during the
game. Up to the sixth inning Jordan
pitched a Kreat gam) bnt in the sixth
wbile Scranton was at the bat tbe club
that represents tue people who are
clamoring for a new county went to
smash and Scranton scored eight runs
before tbe side wns retired.
At the wind up of tbe sixth Jorlau
was bit ou tie pitching arm by a bit
ted ball and Jack Fee went in the box
and flushed the garae. Fee pitehed
in great form in the morning gnnn but
in the afternoon be was butted bard.
Five runs were procured by "onr cats"
off his delivery in the tiire innings.
AN" IMMENSE CIt'iWD
A crowd of 4,800 turned their eyes to
the diamond and Uogan opened
the game, He batted tbe ball
over tbe reoce for a home
run amid grant cheering, No
mora runs were scored in that Inning.
Hwlcton did not score until the second
inning and then s?cnred two runs.
'I'hev got two men across the plate in
tbe fourth inui&g and that endai their
It looked blue for Scranton until tho
opening of tbe sixth.
Patchen opaned the firework with a
single and one by one tbe Seranton
boys filed up to'lhe batting stand and
as a result the lWizleton's outfield was
called upon to do some lively sprinting
A total oi eigne runs were piled up
before the side was retired. The last
man out seut a hot liner toward Pitoher
Jordan and the latter was severely
nurt on toe arm rrom tat blow of tho
ball. Jack Fee took his place and
finished tho game.
At the ending of the sixth the rain
began to fall aud delayed the game for
half an hour.
FINISHED WITH A BUSH.
When tbe game was resumed Soran-
ton still had on its batting clothes.
One tun was scered iu tbe seventh, two
In tho eighth and two in the ninth.
lherewas a large nn-mber of nnonlo
from Hazleton and Wilkes-Cure at
the game, aud llie ladies were ont in
full force. Score in full:
R- . I'O. A. e.
Hogan, c. f 8 2 5 1 o
Wet!ii)l, 89 3 2 2 0 0
Patchen, c 1 1 5 0 0
Rogers, rf I 2 1 0 o
l'helau, 2b 8 2 2 1 0
Ataltz, L f 2 2 2 0 0
Mnsaey, lb 1 8 ( 0 0
Westtake, 3b 11 15 1
Flanaghan, p 1 2 0 2 1
Tot Ms 14 10 27 9 "a
u. ii. ro. a. e.
Moron, c. f 1 1 6 0 0
It. El-, I. f 0 8 3 0 0
Clark, lb 0 0 14 0 0
Kotberiuel, e. s 1 0 1 4 1
Moore, c 0 1 1 1 0
Cooroy. 8 b 1 1 8 3 1
(Irabnm, 2 b 0 0 0 2 1
Jordan, p 0 1 0 0 0
l' V, p 0 0 0 0 0
Fair hart, r. f 1 2 1 0 0
Total 4 8 27 9 8
Bcrsuton 1 0 0 0 0 8 1 2 214
Hazleton 0 2002000 0-4
Earned ruus Scranton 0. Two base
hits Hogan, Wetzel. 8; Patchen, Rogers,
Staitz, Massey, Ely, Falrburst. Three base
hits Flanaghan. Home run Hogan.
Stolen kases Patchen, Staltz. VV'estlake,
li. Ely. Rothermel, Con roy. liouhle plays
Uogan to Pueion, PUelan to Massey.
Strnuk out Flaoaglian 4. Jordan 1, Fee 1.
T.'i. . U .. .. 1... 1 1 . l 11 .
Wild pitches Jordan 1. Fee 9. Hit by
pitcher Uogan. Passed balls Moor.
Time 8 hours. Umpire Rinn,
OTHER STATE LEAGUE RESULTS.
Reading 0 105100007
Altoona a 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 x-10
Hits Reading, 11; Altoona, 18. Errors
Reading, u; Altooua, 2. Batteries Rhoads
and Fox; Sclieiblo aud Colo.
Pott.ville 0 0 3 3 0 1 0 8 4-18
Ilnrrisbiirg....o 0 5 0 0 0 8 3 010
Hits Pottsvillo, 30: Harrlsburg, 10. Er-roiH-PotUvil!i,
8; Hani-burg, 8. list
levies Sprogcl and Sniink; Clare und
AFTERNOON a AMES.
R'adlug 4 0 7 0 0 0 2 0 1-14
Altoona 0 J 0 0 0 3 O 0 U 0
lilts Ruadiup, 111; Altoona, 15. Eir.rs
Kenling, 5; Altooun, 8. Batteries
Jones nud Cioodhai t; tchelblo aud Cote.
Pottsvllle 0 0 1 0 0 1 4 8 00
Harrlsburg.. ..2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 04
Uita-PotthVllle, 18; Uarriaburg, 10. Er-rors-PotUvillo,
0: llnriiaburg, 5. Hat
terles liustou and Wente; Wilson and
At Alleutowu, uioruiuir exhibition
Alleutowu.... 5 2 8 1 0 2 0 0 x 13
Hlii'iinudoali . .0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 18
Hits Alleutowu, 13; Suenandoan, 0.
Eirors Alleutowu, 4; Shonaniloali, 4. Hat
teiies K'Uroy, Millltran audCostello, Mul
doring, Yurkosaud Llsuley.
Allentuwn....l 8 0 0 0 4 2 I) x-15
HhnnauiUmu...O 0100003 0-4
lilts Alleutowu, 18; Sheuaudoah, 0.
Errors Alleutowu. 5; Shenandoah, 10.
lintteries Donogmieaud Mllligau, Yerkes,
llaukley aud Harris.
At Louisville First game
Louisville 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 23
Baltimore..... 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 8-3
Uits-l.onisville, H; DsRimore, 5. Er
rors Louisville, 8; Ualtiniore. 1. llatter
ies Knell and (liim; ilc.Mahon audClai k.
t-ouisville :i 0 8 0 0 3 0 3 X-ll
HsltllU"re 0 0 100000 0-1
hits Louisville, lii; llaltimoio, 7. Er
rors Louisville, 3; Riltimnro, I. Uatter
i"s - lleinming and Uriui; iulis and Clark.
At Llevelaud-First game
Cleveland 1 0 0 1 0 . 1 0 0 0- 3
Nrw York....O 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 x-4
Hits-Cleveland, 0: New York, l. Er
rorsCleveland, I: Kevw York, 1. Hsttvr
irs Cuppy and Zimuier; Jlcukin and Far
re 11. I'm pi re Stage.
New York,...0 3 0 8 0 3 3 1 112
Cleveland ....8 3 0 0 4 1 0 1 0 U
Hits New York, 17; Cleveland, 15. Er
rois Xnw Y'oili, 8: Cleveland, 1. Uat
tynes Husie, Westervelt and Farrell,
Young aud Zimmer. Umpire Stage.
At Chicago First game
Chicago 4 8 5 0 8 1 2 0 0-16
Philadelphia.. 4 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 210
Hits-Cbiittgo. 20; Philadelnbia, 14. Errors-
Chicago. 3: PhilaUelphia. 3. Bat
teries Unllith, McUill aud Kittridge;
Weyhing, Turner and Buckley. Umpire
Philadelphia. .0 4 0 0 0 1 4 0 3-13
Chicago 1 0 0 1 8 2 0 3 1-11
Hits-Philadelphia. 13; Chieago, 14. Er
rors Philadelpbia, C; Chicago. 3. Bat
tsries Weyhing and Grady; McUill and
Schriver. Umpire Skyuaid.
At St. Leais First game
St. Louis 0 0300000 2-5
Washington ..4 0 1 0 8 0 1 1 x 10
Hits St. Louis, 5; Wathingtou, 10. Er
rors St. Louis, ti; Washington. 2. Bat
teries Uawley and Peitz; Sullivau and
McUutre. Umpire Gullney.
St. Louis .1 2 7 0 0 8 1 1 x-15
Waihington.,.3 Cll 0000 38
Hits St. Loais, 10; Washington. 0. Er
rorsSt. Louis, 4; Washington, 5. Bat
teries Clarkson and Miller; .Mercer aud
ilcOuire. Umpire Uaffnoy.
Pittsburg 0 0000081 0-4
Boston 0 1 0 0 0 0 5 1 0-7
Hits Pittsburg, 9; Boston, 13. Errors
Pittsburg, 6; Bostou, 0. Batteries Killon
and Sugden; btivotts and Uanztl. Umpire-Lynch.
Pittsburg 3 0 0 7 0 0 0 2 1-13
Bostou 0 0 0 1 6 0 3 0 1-11
Hits Pittsburg, 17; Boston, 18. Errors
Pittsburg, 5; Boston, 4. Batteries
Oumbert, Ehret and Jlack; Nichols, Lov
ett and Ryan. Umpire Lynch.
At Cincinnati First game
Cincinnati.... 0 6 3 0 0 0 2 3 0-14
Brooklyn 3 110 10 0 10-7
Hits-Cincinnati, 17; Brooklyn, 15. Er
rorsCincinnati, 3; Brooklyn, 3. Bat
teries Parrott Vaughn oud Murphy;
Kennedy and Kinslow.
Cincinnati.... 5 0 0 0 1 0 6 1 x-13
Brooklyu 40020000 28
Hits Cincinnati, 12: Brooklyn, 10. Errors-Cincinnati,
1; Brooklyn, 4. Bat
teries CbHmhorlaln end Vaughu, Stuiu
aud Dailey. Umpire Emslie.
At Wilkes-Barre, three games with
Binghamun, tho home club winning all.
Scores, 13 to 11; 13 to 7 and 13 to 4.
At Syracuse, three names with Troy,
tho home team winuiug two. Score, 7 to
8; 6 to 3 aud 10 to 2.
At Provideuce, with Ppringfleld, the
home team won, 9 to 2. Our Larry Ket
trick umpired this game.
At Erie, with liuifalo, two game, the
homo team dividing. Scores, 11 to U and 2
GLINTS FROM THE DIAMOND.
Massoy will hereafter b3 entitled to tho
tit lo of ''Ueiioral."
WestlaRit's error is responsible for the
only run Hazletou Becured yosterday
Every city, town nud hnmlet from Car
bnmlal to Uszleton wns reprpsenled by a
delegation at yesterday's afternoon gnino.
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nils, yet car service linht ut hund. Best
scliools nearby, churches, theatres, depots,
doctors. Values iuci'CHsiu rapidly. Prices
will soon be raised . Buy ijuii k. Easy terms,
iteiseniber, even if cuts are not stopped hy
snow or ico tor unhappy suburbnu residents,
the waste of valuable time to a busy man, to
say nothing of expense of car (arcs, is a seri
ous consideration. Waiting for the car in
snow or i ain or cold, waitiui;, waiting, wait
lutr. or perhups just luinsinvr the car. Dou't
be misled, lluy u lot iu Scranton und tee it
quickly double in value. See usw Serantou
t.'ity Directory map for relative distances from
City Hall, tie wise and call upou W. Uibsuu
Jonts, 311 Spruce street.
INSTATE OP DAVID P. THOMES, LATE
J of the city of Scranton, county of Lacka
wanna, state of lViiusylvaniu, deocased.
Letters of o'dmiuistrntion upon tho nbovo
iiDnvd estate having been t ran led to tbe un
Ueisiuiied, all persous having claims or de
mands against the said cstuto will present
them for puyinent, und those indebted thereto
will plcasj make immediato payment to
ME1UION P. THOMAS,
lMfi Church avenue, Scranton, l'a.
W. n.vvumu Thomas,
1 tho ollicit of John Jirniyn, rrireburgh,
Pa., uidil July i". Jfl'l, for driving a rock tun
nel in Jermyn, No. 8, from the 14-foot vein to
cut the Dunmore veiimir.e to bo 7x14 feet in tho
rlcur uud ulaiut 1 .500 feet long. Also to sink a
shaft from surfuce to Dunmoro vein, size to bo
Nxl2 feet In the rleur aud about l."4) foot .deep.
Spccitications may be seen nt Prirebtirph. We
reserve the right to reject any or all bills.
w- M. JEKMYN. Snpt.
CEAI.ED PROPOSALS WILL BE""VtE
O reived by the secretary of tho Scranton
Poor district uiud Friday. Ju y B, lflil, ut 2 p.
iu., forstesm titling in the men's Oato wo
men's) building ut Hillside Home, according
to plum and si"rillrntions ns 11 If ut tho nlllce
of F. J. Amsrien. arrhitoct. The board re
serves the right to reject any or nil bids. Pro
posals should bo endorsed, "Proposals for
Steuiu Fitting," und addrowil to
E. J. LYNETT, Secretary.
Fcrnnton, June M, hV4.
S" BALED PKOPOSALS "WILL" 'BE HE
reived by the e rotary of the Srrnntun
Poor distr let until Friday, July 0. lsiu, at Hp.
in., for liimblug ami gus fitting In tho men's
(lutn wouieii'sl building, at Hillside Home,
iiccording to plans nud specilbatious on Illn nt
the olllcu of F. J. Aimden. architect. The
iionrd reserves the right to reject any or nil
bid-. Proposals. Nbould be endorseil. "Pro
posuls for l'lumblni:und Ons FltMng," nml nd
drVsaed to K. J- LYNETT, Secretary,
(cranton. June tl",
OEALI'.D PHOPOSALS WILL UH KK
tl reived by the sri rptary of tho Scranton
Poor district until Friday July U, 1st) I, alin.
m., fore the general remodeling of the wun s
I late wonu'n0 bilddlnif, ut Hillside Home, ac
cording to plans uud specilicatioiis on llin nt
thoollliflof F. J. Amsdun, architect. The
lsiard res rves the right to reject any nr all
bids. Priifosala should b eudorsfd. "Pre
posuls lor (omoilelinL'."snil addressed to
E. J. LYNETT, Secretury.
Scranton, .lino 30, 1MM.
rea! Bankrupt Sale
Great Hew York Clearance Sales
Are now being disposed of at retail by us at Merciless Prices to
reduce them into ready cash and make room for some changes we
are contemplating at our establishment.
We need more room for our steadily increasing trade, and if
price is any object for first-class goods, Come Now.
Bargains are awaiting you in all departments.
GROSS, , FOSTER & CO.
Connolly -& W
s sale of ParasoSs and
We offer Extraordinary Values to close out
LOT NO. 1. Fifty 2i-incli Cotton Gloria. Fust
Uluck i'arugon Frames, lluntlsoiiio Carved
Handle bale pi ke, 75c each.
LOT NO. 2. Filly 2C-inch Twilled Gloria, Nat
ural Handles; largo variety of Knots, Loops
aud Straight. tSpecial price,
LOT 3. Twenty-five 20-inch Navy Lluo Twilled
Gloria, Natural, Loop and Knot Handles.
Keduecd from $1.23 to 9(Jc.
LOT 4. Twenty-five 20 inch Blue Silk and Wool
Gloria, Fine Natural Handles. Price, 55 1 .15,
LOT 5. Fifty 2 inch Blue Silk and Wool Gloria,
finely fiuishud with Dresden Ball Handles',
sold every where at $ 1.85. Sale price, $ 1 ,5(e.
CONNOLLY & WALLACE
European Plan. Firatelass Mar attaches.
Depot lor Berguor A F.ngel'e Taanhoiusur
ti Cor, 15tb and Filtsrt St3 , Philak
Most desirubls fcr re!dnta ct N il. Per.n;
lylvuiiU. All conveniences lor travelers
to and from Brond Street station and the
Twelfth and Market Stroet station. Da
siraLle for vbHiLg Serautonluus sad no
lle la the Anthracite Kegtoa.
T. J. VICTORY,
ODS STOCK BAHABED 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 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
fore. SALE WOW QOIMQ ON
and will last about 30 days, as the goods WILL and MUST BE SOLD a3 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, formorly sod for $5
BOYS' SUITS, formerly sold for $3
SIGN OF THE BELL. 230 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
t-JTAIKXT DOOR XO TUE BUllNKD DAVIES GRIFFIN BC1LDINO.
FOSTER & CO,
Hew York Sheriff
AND STOCKS FttOM THE
He Aare lately had Ftallitr lledt anil Pillows Irouyht to us 6y
ttranyers who wiihed to dtapvae of the tame and from vchoie actions
we bclierctl the jeutlters didltt leluuo to them. We villi have no
dealing with suehpurtiei.
W with to caution peopls ayaintt giving into Ut hands of Grang
ers uio claim lo represent us, any Feathers, Carpels, itc , uhich they
ut'jt renovated. Any of our ayente can easily identify themselves, or if
any one wlro uiisltes worh dons in our line, will drop us a curd or tall
at our factory, we will promptly attend to thtir wants and witl en
deavor to merit the confidence of everybody.
no: scnxATOx nvniusa co.,
(JOi und bujc'JMtka. Ate., Cor. Adams.
See our FIFTEEN DOLLAR Solid
Oak Bedroom Sett
We sell Furniture as cheap as
any house in the country that in
tends to give hoilest value for the
money. Try as.
205 UD 207
230 Lackawanna Avenue.
Neckwear Given Away.
LOT 0. Seventy-five 20-inch Pure Silk Twilled,
Changeable Colors, in Navy, Garnet, Green
aud Browu. Regular 81 number at 3 each.
LOT 7. Twenty-fivo 22-inch China Silk.In White,
Navy and Black, Gilt Rib3 and Fine Handles.
Former price, $2.35; now $1.90.
LOT 8. Fifteen 22-iuch Surah Silk, tho best seller
of season, in White, Cream and Black; White
and Black Handles. Special price, $2.75.
.LOT t). Tcu 22-iuch Surah Silk, with ruffles, very
stylish, in Navy, Black, Grey and Brown.
3.25 from $1.
LttT 10. About a dozen left. Whito Morie with
White Handles. $3.50 each to close.
0pp. Court House.
Boys' Suits, 74c.
Underwear, Hats, Handkerchiefs, Outing Shirts, Launderod
Shirts,. Suspenders, Silk Vests and ard all goods that ara
damaged at your own pries.
Youcaa't afford to lot 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 bo
All our goods are backed by a
building warrant for quality, and
our new price list, which has been
thrown broadcast over the cifcy,
tella its own story of values.
Cor. Peas l?e. and Sprnci St.
A Handsome Complexion
la on of tbs gTMtcat oharmi woman oan
pomtntg. PoxxoNi'a Cottruttso PowoBa