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THE SCKANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. JULY G, 1S94.
The State League Plays Off Three Fostponed
Games In lieu of Schedule.
ALLEWTOWW DEFEATS BMMSB0R6
Pitcher Meahey, for the First Time
This Season, Twirled Losing Ball.
Pottsville Lowers Hazleton's Aver
ago and Altoona increases Reading's
Standing of the Clubs National and
Eastern League Results Notee of
the Diamond General Sports.
.' fi, EVDRAL postponed
1 rTTTTTwfc games were playtd
U. Ur U.i5 by the State Lesgue
MU'iffifiU? e'ubs yesterday.
QLb-h fAVi Harrisburg, with the
ney in tho pitcher's
yJd I'ox, iuffrJ defeat
LNA nt the bands of Kins;
Jy Kelly's AUentown
AA brigade at Philadel-
phia. This is Pitch
er Meoney's first defeat this seusan, but
rank vrrors by the other members of
the Harrisburg team were responsible
for it. This Tietory asserts AlleotoTrn
the e court place at the close of the first
seaeoa Saturday night, unlets the un
foreseen happens todaji when the club
plays the Altoona team at AUentown.
At Reading the home team defeated
Altoona, and Hazleton was lowered a
few points in the game with Pottsville
The order of the clubs remains un
changed from that of yesteiVay. '
The following tnble gi tn9 P."
centnges of the clubs, together with
the number of games won and lost by
each, and Wieir standing in t&e cham
Won. Lout. Per C't.
Harriibuig. 34 15 .0'J4
AlioutewD S'J 20 .6W
Hazleton '-!7 83 .ifl
Scran ton !2 S3 .KW
Heading JS M .5I
J'otuvilie 124 'ii .610
iltoona 18 iS .8'Jl
Kaston 7 30 .103
BCUCDl'LE FOR TODAY.
Readiag at Scrauton.
Altoona at AUentown.
Pottsville at Hazleton.
ERRORS WERE RESPONSIBLE.
Pitcher Ueaney, of Harritburg-, at Last
. Loses a Game.
Philadelphia, July 5. About 4.000
peeple today saw Hitrrietourg whipped
for the first time with Meaney iu the
dor The left-handed twirler, how
ever, was not r'eponsible for the lots
of the gam?. Rank errors by Huston
and Sales after two ma wen out in
the first inning gave AUentown three
runs and a lead, wbieh Ilarrisburg
once succeeded in wiping out, only to
see Kelly's man attain forge ahead.
Menney tffictually demonstrated that
liis arm is not sore. Though nine hits
were made oil bius, gererl were on
bnlU that bIiouH have been caught.
The features of the game were a fine
stop by Moss and Weute's work bshiud
the bat. The score:
Harrisburg... .0 0301300 0-6
AUntowu....S 040 1000 x-
Hits Harrisburg, 0; Allentown, 9. Er
rors HarrUburg, 4: Allentowu, S. Bat
tiries ileouey aud SVente; Baldwin and
ilulliguu. Umpire Mitchell.
OTHER STATE LEAGUE RESULTS.
Heading 'i 3 2 0 0 2 4 7 0-22
Altoona 2 0 2 4 0 10 1 4-14
Hits Reading, 23 : Altoona. 14. Errors
Heading, 4; Altnoua, 6. Batteries Cum
roings and Qoodhart; Mayer, Cote and
Pottsville 0 4 0 6 5 0 3 0 x-lfl
Hazleton 1 1 3 0 3 0 i 0 114
Pottsville. 17; Hazleton, 17. Errors
i'uttuville. 8; Hazleton, 5. 13?.ttario Fox,
Wilson and Diggius; Ely, Pee, Moore and
Mew Yoik....l C300010 0-4
Louisville 2 0000001 0-8
Hits New York, 7; Louisville, 3. Er
rors New York, 2: Louisville, 3. Hatter
ies Westervelt and Wilson; Jlenafee and
Grim. Cmpire Emtlie.
Philadena..O 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1-4
Pittaburg...O 00101000 03
Hila-Phitedolphifl, 10; PittHbnrg, 13.
Errors Philadelphia, g; Pittsbarg, a.
Bui terles Carsey and BncKley: Colco
lough and Merritt. Umpire Lyuoh.
Cincinnati.... 1 0 7 0 0 7 2 x 20
Baltimore. ....0 000 1030 2 15
HiU-Clrvelaud, 21- Baltimore, 8. Er
rorsCleveland, 3; Batltimnre, 8, Batter
ies Dwyer, YnugM aud Murphy; Hawke
and CNrke. Umpires Hartley snd Hurst.
Boston 3 1 11 0 0 1 0 1 x-22
Cleveland 4 0100030 0-7
Kits Boston, 2S; Cleveland, 10. Errors
Boston, 2; Cleveland) 4. Batteries
staipj ami uunsni; ciarxson, Uriintb,
Yirtue, Burkett and Zimmer. Umpires
Stage, Uanbon and Cuppy.
At St. Louis
KV Louis. .....8 4 0 8 0 0 8 0 X 18
Brooklyn 7 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 3-12
Hits lit. Loui, 17 Brooklyn, 14. Errors
St. Louis, 6; Brooklyn, 4. Batteries
Hawley and illUer, Oastright and Kins
low, Umpire Gulfney.
CliicsRO 1 0 8 S 8 0 1 0 x 13
Washington ..6 0 7 0 0 0 2 1 010
Hits Chicago, 16; Washington, 12;
Errors Chicago, 2! Washington, 3. Bat-tories-IIutchiuson,
Ktrattou, Sullivan aud
Nittrctfge: Maui, Aiercer ana Dugdale
EASTERN LEAGUE GAMES,
At Wilkee-BaiTo, with Bisghamton,
home team won 11 to 8.
At Syracuse, with Troy, Visitors won,
At Providence, with Springfield, home
team won, 11 to . Kctrtct umpired.
At Erie, with liuffalo, home team won,
14 to 6.
CLINT FROM THE DIAMOND.
Arlio Lathatn wants to leave the Cincin
Cincinnati is trying to opsn negotiations
lor tut pnrcuase ol liogan.
Pitcher WeBt, of the Altoons club, has
doribicgs, bf the Baltimere club, has been
nit nineteen times by piteaea e.tusso tar
Umnirs Dave Corcoran wasseveroly In
jured at Hazleton on Tuesday by being
struck oy a tout tip.
DrisColL the eollegs pitcher who was
given a trial by Scruatou, has rsturned to
his home iu Norwich, Coun.
It U better to bunt the ball and get a run
than to make tuirty base bits ana no run,
for it Is the runs that count iu a game after
Dear Mike Kelly: Don't take Wood out
of left field aud Cut lirowuiou bsok to his
old place. You way regain the good of the
patrons by so doing. Allentown Cbxon-tele.
Gelbert of Scrauton. and OoeckeL of
Wilkea-Barre. will urooablv iolc tbe At-
lautio City base ball nine, composed of
Hanncer Swift savs he will have new
pitcher on the team before tue second sea
son is a wrok old. He will . come from the
To-morrow there will be a came at the
Pouth Side grounds, Washington avenue,
between the (ireen Ridne Senators aud tbe
South Side txwe ball club.
Secretary Diddlebeck. of tbe State
league, savs yesterday's Harrisbtirg-Allen-town
game wu an exhibiliou game, Uar
rinburg having played its quota of games
in tue nrsc series.
Tbe Eureka? still claim the amateur
championship of the county. The Young
Aluu's Christian assoclatlou nine strength
ened by the addition of several of the col-
lego players, will attor a couplo ot weens'
piactice, strive to wrest the title from
Tho personnel of the South Side base
ball team is a follows: BuiT Malott, sec
ond base; JJurphy, shoi'tatop; Uulbert,
pitcher; Smith, left lielci: Williams, centre
field: Ruddy, first base; Allen, catcher:
Ouuster, third Ime; Dau Qolbcrt, right
The Kickers slaved the Scrauton Stove
moulders a came of hall at the Lace
Factory grouuds yesterday. It was a must
exciting contest of thirteen innings, re
sulting in favor of tho Kickers by a sc ro
of 17 to 10. Pitcher Tom Flunaghau of
the Scrauton toatn was umpire.
The Yomm Men's Christian Association
bass ball team won bath games from the
atrouf semi'-professlonal uiue at Blooms-
nurg on July P.oian, recently ot tno
Altoouu's, pitched the morning game, and
tlauoner. of the Scranton's, twinled iu the
arternoou game lur tae v. At. u A s.
Hughey Jennings, of Bnltimore, got off
tne tram on the way from Liuctuuatl to
Louisville Sunday tosjet a lunch. While
be was eating a train bounU lor bt. Ijouis
Bulled out of tho station aud lluu'hfV.
thinking it his trais, rushed from tun eut-
lug room and boarded it. tie was unable
to get back to Lutusvilw iu time lor tne
game. Pittsburg Telegraph.
The New York State Base Ball league
was virtually diebauded noduvsclay. ihe
PitUGeld club failed to put in un appear
ance at Albany for tho Fourth of July
game, and when the 300 spectators de
manded their money back this atteruoon,
it vii discovered that tho treasurer had
left the grounds with hs receipts. Some
f the patrons became clamorous aud us
ailfd the box office. Thoy carried one of
the directors bodily to thu ticket oltlce aud
threatened him bodily harm if their money
was not forthcouiiuc. The director did
not have the cash uud ha was followed to
his place of business by un excited mob.
The police were called upon, but no arreats
were made. The Alb;iuy club Las lost
money aunug the season.
DUTCHMAN'S GREAT PERFORMANCE.
Won His Third Swep at Olyphaat on
The pigeon firing match cf tsa
Grassy Island Ii wining Pigeon club, at
Olyphnut, on July 4, wus a very suc
The first prizs was won by John Ty
son's "DutekiBun" in 8.','0, winninz the
nrsc prizs or "Loudou, also
owned by Johu Tyson..-was second.
time 0.50; mid Iko Chiney'a "lied
Dear" third, time 9,32. Tun second
prize was $ and the third $3. Con
siderable money changed bonds on the
result of the mutch.
It is the thirJ successive sweeo for
Tyson's bird, "Dntcbman .'' which is
quite a remarkable feat.
HICKEV AND FIVNN THE WINNERS
Csfsated Donohas and Hog-her at Hand
An interesting irame of hand ball, that
attracted a large uumber of specta
tors, was played yesterday afternoon iu
ine court at ttynu's notet on caaouee av-
enns between Hicksy and Flynn, of Pine
brook, and Dououue, er Hyde Purk, and
liogher, of Pine Brook.
Uu key and 1 lynu won the match, which
was lor liu a sldo. by a score of 81 to 2'j.
They were younger and more active men
than their opponents.
A decision Important to anslers has
been mnd by the supremo court of Poau-
svlrauie, through Judge Sterrett. It holds
that streams stocked witu nsn procured
from the state hah commission are not pri
vate, and all streams are public unless the
fish are actually propagated. To do this so
that streams may become legally private,
tbe spawu of the fish iutriidod to be
propagated must be kept separate in a
screen cell, the fry, when batched, put
into another screen cell, and so on until
they are large enough to t.ike care of
themselves, t-veu then, if the person
who is propagating them would own
them, he must keep tbi'tn conhued by
themselves, .and so much of the
stream hecemes private as is within tho
screens placed there by tbe owner. A
pond surrounded by the owner's land.
without any coutiuuous flow, may be
called a private poud, but if the water of a
pood covers a large suriace of laud, and a
person whose lauds are covered onlv br a
part of the water plarea fish therein for
the purpose of propagation, he does not
by such act make it a private pond.
Neither is a notice that "All persons are
hereby notmea not to trespass on these
lands or flh in this pond" a soflicieut
notice to make it illegal for eithar strau
gcrs or neighbors to o trespass or fish. The
mero placing of fish in a stream or a
poud for purposes of propagation, does not
make sucn water private under the statue,
even on the property ot the person where
tbe nsn were put in. This decision is di
rectly opposite to the previous acceptation
of tho law on tbis subject, under which
raaBy prosecutions aud convictions have
been brought and obtained. It is a great
surprise to anglers aud a very enjoyable
one to many, as it will release from ex-
cluslveness many popular waters that bavo
been held at the pleasure of a few, under
the supposed authority or the law which
tbe supreme court now docidos is an au
tbority the law does not give.
We authorize our advertised druggist to
sell Dr. King s .New Dwcovery for Con
sumption, Coughs and Colds, upou this
condition. -If you are ulHicted with a
Cough, Cold, or auy Lung, 'Jlhroat or Chost
trouble, ana will use this remedy as di
rected, giving it a fair trial,and experience
no benefit, you may return tbe bottle and
have your money refunded. We could not
make this oner did we not know tbat Dr.
Kibe's New Discovery could be relied on.
It never disappoints. Trial bottles free at
liutthew Bros', drug store. Largo size
K and N.
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BABY'S LIFE IN THE BALANCE
The Simple Preventive of Cholera In
fantum -That Is Worth, More Than
All the Medicines in the World Lac
Now infant lives
tromble iu the bal
ance. Heat, aud
fool that fails to
nourish, cause chol
era infautum aud
the exhausting diar
rhoea that carries
off so many babies
in July and August,
V.t ..-7.VRT Olher deaths ahrink
to insignificance at
this season les'de
the fearful returns
of infant mortality under 5 years,
Where mother s milk is defective or
insufficient in nourishing quality, lac-
tuled fond best supplies tne need: lor
lactnled food most clossly resembles
mothers milk. The basis is sugar of
milk in both cases.
Whenever baby's weight fails toishow
a steady increase the nutrition is for
some reasou imperfect. Lactateu food
at these times should bs used either al
together or to supplement the natural
milk. In nil such esses there results a
rapid gain in weight and indications on
every hand of a healthier, llvelier.more
The efficacy and nutritive quality of
lactuted food is today acknowledged tby
As a preventive of cholera infantum
it is worth more than all the mvdicines
in the world.
As a strength giver to growing in
fants uotbing can compare with it. As
a food that is easy to procure and pre
paro, und is liked by the little ones
themselves, too much'cannot be said for
It has saved the lives of thousands of
Infanta within the lust few years. It
has been the I ood of hundreds of babies
who have never been sick. Above is the
pioture of the l-yar-old child of Mrs.
Elward Xewojm, of Logauspovt, Ind ,
which was received tho other day, ac
companiod by the followiug letter from
"Our baby had to use artificial food
on ac-ount of no nurse. We tried sev
eral d If .rent kinds of infant food, iflt
none ngree;l with him until we com
menced the use of laotated food. Now
he is perfectly healthy. We are still
using the fond and recommend it to
all our friends."
This is the experience of hundred of
mothers in this vicinity and will be
the experience of hundreds more,
GENERAL SPORTING NOTES.
Green B. Morris offered the trainor of
Roy el Santa Anita J5,UJ0 for the colt's
chanca iu the Idealization to bo run next
Jlonroe Salisbury, who brought Directum
out, has bought a halt interest in the trot
ting nmre, Alix, aud will campaign ber
The Bicycle races of the Century Cycling
club at Syracuse Wednesday were marred
by the childish work of John S. Johnon,
who, because a time limit was put upon
the halt mile open, class B, sulked in his
tent a'nd refused to ride. He theu left the
track aud did not appear iu any of the
events in whioh he was entered. A largo
crowd was disappointed in not seeing the
The Britannia and the Vnlkvria con
tested Wtduesday at Largs, Eng., iu tbs
aeeouu regatta ot tne t-iyue racing season,
that of the Hoval Western (of Scotlanul
Yacht club, for the Wemyss Bay prize of
50. A southerly wind, veering westerly,
was blowing as the yachts crossed the
line, the Valkyrio getting the weather
berth. The distance was 45 miles. The
Britannia won by seven minutes.
In the races at Northumberland Wednes
day Charles b. Bisonv. of Sunburv. who
was riding a bicycle, was run into by a
spirited trotting horse. Tbe shaft of the
sulky ran into his left sido perpendicu
larly, just below the arm-pit, to the drpth
of six inches aud was brokeu off. The
broJcyu piece of the shaft was removed br
1 hysiciaus. The mjursd youuir mau is iu
a critical couditiou, but the phjsiciuus
miuK no win recover.
The new shooting range of the Lancaster
itun ciuo, lit Lancaster, was opened Wed
nesday iu the presence of a big crowd of
sportsmen. Jn the morning a sweepstakes
nnooi tootk piace, mere neiug nru-en en
tries. The shooting was under tho Ameri-
cau jmwjciauou ruies. ine wiuuer was
4V . I'arlce Cumunugs, who killed seventeen
out of his twenty birds. In the afternoon
a number of matches were shot informally
by membeis, using clay pit;aons. A ban
quet was served ou the grouuds at noon.
The Yale athletes me continuing their
''Ut training at Oxlonl.LBuluml. nud Car
tain William O. liiikok reports that they
are an iu me Dest or condition. Lewis P.
Sheldon in yesterday's piactice cleared 22
teutin tue broad Jump. All the tale men
are charmed with the reception they have
met with ard declare thatthe Oxford track
ia the best thy have ever seen. The
Sporti-ng ' Life says that a finer athlete
than Captain ilichnk tbe Bttn never shone
upon. Una same newspaper expresses tbe
opinion that the contests between Oxford
and Yale are sure to break records on both
sides i f tbe Atlantic.
SENTIMENT MUST FOCUS.
When labor is tlghtlug against starvation
wages it always eulista public sympathy iu
its favor as long as it is law-abiding, but
when a labor strike is arbitrarily ordered
to disturb the trade asd travel of the
whole country, with no issue whatever bo
tween the workmen and- their employers,
public sentiment must bs si)edilv aud
sternly crystalized against tho tolerance
ot sucn wrongs against, all public and pri
THERE ARE LARGER OFFENCES.
It certainly would seem that thai e are
other and greater evils In a city tbe xi.o
or ncrunton man selling a harmless bev
erage on Sunday, which should oagrots
the attention of men seeking to Work re
Free Sllvtrltn Grow Baroastlo.
The News offers fit rmvard for the best
explanation of tbe alleged ailver plaukof
tue ittpuDiicau league piatiorm.
Criticising a Young: Lady,
"She would bo a pretty girl for but one
"What's thatr asked Charley.
'George Her face is always covered with
purple aud red blotches.
Charley Oh, that's easily enough dis
posed of. Used to bs the same way my
self, but I caught on to the trouble one
day, and got rid of it in no time.
Oeoriro What was itf
Charley Simply blood eruptions. Took
a shore course ot r. i: i. i tell you, It's
tbe boss blosd corrector. Tbe governor
had rheumatism so bad tbat yon could
hear him boiler clear across the country
every time ho moved. He tried it, and
you know what an ntiuetlo old sent ne is-
now. If somebody would give Miss Daisy
a pointer, ens wouia tnsus: them alter
wards. All the drug stores sell it.
Dissolution of Partnership.
NOTICE IB RliRKHY OIVEN THAT THE
DHi-tnerahkj lu.twoca Johu Wulti.r. Id-
ward Walter an.l Frederick M. Koehler, was
dissolved on tho third day of July, 1SV4, ho far
as relates to tho said i'redrslck M. Kohlkr,
All debt dufc the aald partnership are to be
paid, and those due from tbe same dUchariccd
at SUj Lackawanna avenue, where the busi
ness will be continued by Waluir, Thompson
WO. T A Li 1 tv tt,
FKEDEK1CK U, KOEHLEB
fTant$ of all ktndt eott thai rnveh, ea
ept Situation WantetLwhich art insert
Q76.() 1'ER MONTH, C1TV OB COUNTRY
O to com potent wido awake insurance solic
itors; well -Htublmhi'rt pennanoiit ljuslmws.
AilUinss or lniuli-o Hi-coud Uoor, i.'4 Lack-
nuinm ve., ni l union, ra.
Help Wanted Male.
"I VAN TED A RELIABLE MAS OP GOOD
" ndrtn ss toi-HiivuRa tho citv. Anulv bo-
tweontiand 12 o'clock, til Coal Exuhauo.
WANTED-IF YOU ARE A CATHOLJC,
unoinnloveil n nil will work for 1H nM-
week, write MaeCouuell Bros., II Frauklill
atn-ot, Hotiiii. Muss.
Helo Wanted Females.
WANl'KU-A U1UL FOR OENEUAL
liousoworlc. AmilvatSmi Ouincv avo-
mio, Friday and 8aturil.-iv.
pLANK BOOKS, PAMPHLETS. MAO A
1 siuos, etc., bonnil or reliound at The
Tkiuunk oUice. guiuk work. Uuusouublo
MEAL TICKETS CAN BE HAD AT Hi,
rornor Hnruce utreot aud l-'runlillu avo-
Htie. Twenty meal tickets for JAW. Uood
SUMMER BOAkDlNO -FOUR REKI'ECT
ablo ix-rKoim -j,ti tlnd flrtit cIasu bonrd
with fcinufi family tn large, airy house. Hot
and cold liuths. Fn-e carriage to depot and
church Tui-uo-quartors of a mile from sta
tion. Healthy locality, Address box W.Uurka'
OST SMALL HULL DOOj ONE EAR
i cut short. Fliulor will return same to
Frank Louui, peanut staud, corner Clilf and
to iuj; miout.
T OST-A GOLD HAIR PIN WITH WHITE
J-i prongs. Findor will be silltiibly ro
wanlwl by returning the sanio to Colonel E.
H. Hippie, Tliinl NHtliaml hanit nmiuinir
l;OR IlEisT-FVR.MsHED COTTAUE AT
I Ocoau Q rove, flora July 20 to (September
1. Apply to (i. It. Clark, tso. M Waihiugton
roi n,D or l'..iA uiii,WJ.viinui
I J Notiue ia hereby given thut a rule baa
beeu (traated to show causo why Jane L. Do
Witt, executrix of the last will aud t--stament
of said decedent, shall not be discharged from
thedulu'snud liabilities of her appointment,
Applicutiuu will bo made to have said rule
maun absolute aud the executrix dl-clmrod,
,12'pmr i.-'u . hi.. u'l'P'i' nL'iili'lwTi'ri
July2, lew. b K. PRICE,
Attorney ror executrix
PROPOSALS WILL UB RECEIVED AT
J the ofllc-o of Johu Jernivn, PriceburKh,
Pa., until July 1", IbWl. for driviiu; a rock tun
nol in Jerinyu, tl, from the 11 foot vein to
cut tliolJuiimoru vein size to be 7x14 feet In the
clear and about 1. 600 feet loiur. Also to sink a
shntt from surface to lluuuiorv vein, size to bo
8x12 feet in the clear and about 160 feet deep.
SpecinVatioiia may be seen at Priceimi'Kh. We
reserve the right to reject any or nil bids.
V. M. JERMYX. Supt.
1A1UV1EW HOl'EL, FACTORY VILLE,
I Ps., ia now opi n for auminer boarders,
first clasR acrnmuiodatious. Uood oshiuir
close to Hotel For terms uddress
11. STARK, Proprietor.
SITUATION WANTED AS JANITOR OR
watchman or any position of trust;
Rood reference. Adilress J. V. STAXToii,
VAXTF.D-A POSITION AS JAKITOR.
V shipper, watchimm tir any place of
trust. Handy with cuvpeiiters aud paiators
b.ols. Marriod, aire 4U. A. B. C, post office.
SITUATION WANTED - PLAIN fiBW
lag. Cull or address 613 Dix court.
OITUATION WANTED BY FIRST CLASS
kJ butcher with fifteen years experionco.
Address Frod Casple, Box "it, l'orest City, Pa.
C1TUATIOX WANTED BY A OOODHAIi
O ness maker. Havo worked at the liusinesH
nine years. Would desiro steady work. Ad
prcss A. A. L., l.UU James street, Scrauton,
ALL DIAMOND PRIZES,
This circuit includes Wash
ington, Denver, Chicago,
Philadelphia, New York,
Boston, etc. ,
September 17, 1891
GROSS, FOSTER & CO.
The Great Bankrupt Sale
The Great Hew York Sheriffs Sale
Great Dew York Clearance Sales
Arc 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.
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Black Paragon Frames, Handsome Carved
Handles. Hale price, 75o. each.
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ural Handles; large variety of Knols, Loops
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LOT 3. Twenty-five 2G-inch Navy Blue Twilled
Gloria, Natural, Loop and Knot Handles.
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Gloria, Fine Natural Ha ndles. Price, $1.25.
LOT 6. Fifty 26-inch Blue Silk and Wool Gloria,
finely finished with Dresden Ball Handles,
Bold everywhere at $1.85. Sale price, $1.50,
European Plaa Firnt-olas Bar tttnohel
Depot tot Bsrgacr Engul's Taaahusr
U Cor, 15tl) End FikUti, PMl.ii
Hoit dcairaVila (or reslAoata of K.E. Voun-,
lylvaaia. All cunVeuloucea lur travel!
to and from Broad Btrovt station and tha
Twelfth ami Market Btraat tatiua. b
irabl fur vieittni: ttoraatonlaas aud (aw
tie in Ifts Autbradto hag-lea.
T. J. VICTORY,
UR STOCK was damaged by water from the recent explosion and fire, which
occurred Saturday nisht, 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 firo about them and they are equally as good as be
SALE MOW QOMQ QM
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.
AO'S SUITS, formerly sold fcr $10
MEN'S SUITS, formerly sold for $16
MEN'S PANTS, formerly sod for $5
BOYS' SUITS, formerly sold for $3
SIGN OF THE BELL. 230 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
Itr-VIiXT DOOH TO TUE BUIINED D.WIES & CKIFF1N BUILDING.
AND STOCKS FR031 THE
1U havt lately had Feather Iledt and Pitlowt brought to u by
itrangert uho wished to dispose of the tame and from whose actions
we believed the Jeuthera didn't beluna to them, Wt will have no
dealings with tuch partiei.
We uiih (p rautton people againsttfiving into the hands of Strang
trs who claim to represent us, any Feathers, Carpets, etc, which they
wish renovated. Any of our agents can easily identify themselves, or if
uny one who wishes work done in our line, will drop us a curd or call
at our factory, we will promptly attend to their uunlsanj will en
deavor to merit the confidence of everybody.
THE SCHXA TO.V 13EDD1SQ CO.,
CWJ and box Luoka Ate., 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.
Hull & Go
205 M 207 1BHMG il
230 Lackawanna Avenue.
Neckwear Giyen Away.
LOT C. Seventy-five 2G-inch Pure Silk Twilled,
Changeable Colors, in Navy, Garnet, Green
and Brown. Eegular $4 number at 3 each.
LOT 7. Twenty-five 22-inch China Silk.in White,
Navy and Blauk, Gilt Rib? and Fine Handles.
Former price, 2.35; now $1.90.
LOT 8. Fifteen 22-inch Surah Silk, the bestseller
of season, in White, Cream and Black; White
and Black Handles. Special prce, $2.75.
LOT 8. Ten 22-inch Surah Silk, with rufiles,very
stylish, in Navy, Black, Grey and Brown.
$3.25 from $4.
LOT 10. About a dozen left. White Morie with
White Handles. $3.50 each to close.
Opp. Court House.
Boys' Suits, 74c.
Underwear, Hats, Handkerchiefs, Outir.g Shirts, Laundered
Shirts, Suspenders, Silk Vests and aid all goods that ara
damaged at your own pries.
You cau't afford to let the Glo
rious Fourth pas3 by this year
without some memento to mark it.
Supposiiig you select a choice
trinket, a piece of jewelry, or
something in silverware; or one of
those inexpensive, but guaranteed,
watches of ours. What could Jje
All our goods are backed by a
building warrant for quality, and
our new price list, which lias been
thrown broadcast over the city,
tells Its own story of values.
Cor.Penn iie. and Spruca St.
What Is More Attractive
Than pretty with ftuh, brlfht
eomplMtlont For It, o Pononl't tvwau.