The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, July 11, 1894, Page 2, Image 2

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    TIIE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 11, 1594.
BASE
BALL
foiladelphia Pioved loo Strong for Scranton
in Yesterday's Game.
ilLENTOWN WINS FROM HAZLETON
Lancaster and Reading the Other
Winners of Yesterday's State League
Contests Standing of the Clubs.
National and Eastern League Re
suits Base Ball Notes Sporting
News in General of Interest to All
Out-Door Amusoment Lovers.
LLENTOWN Is the
only State LenRue
club that bus been
nble to win two
straight KHines as n
starter for the sec
ond season. At
ihilnOelpuia the
now club yesterday
took a gnuie from
the Scrautoni, und
Keadiug and Lan
caster turned tbe
tables on their op
ponents. Ia consequence. Huzletou
brings tip tbe rear iu tbe prconUe
column.
Tbe following table give the per
eeutagea, number of games won und
lost by each club, and their standing in
the league race:
Won.
Lost.
U
I
1
Per C't.
l.ooo
.Mil)
..WO
.5(h)
..MM)
.GDI)
.!M
.OUO
Ailentown 'i
Scranton 1
FottsvUI ,
Heading
llnnisburi;....
riiiladiinliia...
Lnnrnster
Ii;i7.ietoa
hCHi:iULE l'OU TODAY.
Pcranton at Al'ontown.
Uiizleton at Ph.lmlrlphia.
Luuca'ter at, Keuding.
Han isburg at Pottsville.
MOTHER ATTACK OF HARD LUCK.
OutW.ted and Ou'.aildsr Oar Opjonanta
Yet Lut the CUm.
Special to the Kcrmiton Tribune.
rnjLADKU'fin, July 10. Scranton
was very unfurmnat in today's game.
Although the Coal Borons outbatted
and ontfieMud the Philadelphia, they
lost the L'HUie.
Bradley pitched for home club nnd
Fliiuagtian tor the visitors. The latter
did clever workstrikiti;; out nine men.
History of the buttle in detail:
PI1ILADKLPUIA.
li. li. I'.O. A. E.
O'Biien, .;.... I 3 1 a 1
l-'oulkroJ, lib 0 a 3 8 !)
l'locis cf 1 0 S 0 a
J.uuer. lb 1 3 '.) 1 0
liradlov. p 1 0 i 1 0
Taylor. If 1 I U 1 0
(SnvOer. rf.. 1 l 0 0 u
Cliirk, c 1 0 o i
Enstmii, ib 1 0 i 8 0
Totals S S 27 15
EtflAXTOX.
II. II. P.O. A. E.
Wetzel, 8. s 1 u 'i 0
Hag an, c. f 0 1 3 0 u
Patchen, c 0 2 10 1 1
Jlawiev, lb 1 2 S O 1
1'beiun, 2b 2 B 3 1 1
HnlU, li 0 1 3 0 v
Boners, r. f 0 1 3 1 0
Westlake, 3b 0 0 110
I'lnuuagan, p 0 3 I) 3 1
Total 4 11 27 8 4
Philadelphia. ..0 1002008 3-S
Pcruuton 0 0020110 04
Three base hits Lauor, Hogan. Two
base bits Lauer, Foulkrod, O'Brieu,
Patchen. btolen bases O brien, Foulk
rod, Patchen, JJassey, Staltz, Phelan.
Double plays Bradley, Foulkrod, Laner
and Konlkrod, Clarke and Bastian, Bastiun
nud Laner, Rogers nnd Plielau. Left on
bases Pbiladelphia.8; Scranton C. Struck
out By Bradley, S; by Fianaghaii. 0. First
base on errors Philadelphia, 3; Scranton,
4. Wild pitch Flanaghau. Passsd ball
Patehen. Tinia 2 huurs. Umpire Valee.
OTHER STTE LEAGUE RESULTS.
At Aliontown
Ailentown. ...0 5 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 IS
llnzleton 0 0 3 01030 07
flits Ailentown, 15- Hizletou, U. Er
rors Allen towu, 1: HazletoD, It). Bat
teries Kdry, 5ii;Iigan and Costelloj Jor
dan and Monro. .
At Keadai'g
IiendiDj? 4 1 3 4 0 2 1 0 1-16
iliirrir.V.r.K....3 UO3100O1 7
Hits Kendiug. 2; Karrisburg. 14. Er
rors Rending, 4; Ilurr.shuiir, 4. Battnrios
Cuiaminga nud Soodlmrt; Sorogel, Hus
ton and Wente.-
, At Pottsvillo
Pottsrllie 0 0000100 34
Lancaster U 1 4 4 3 0 0 0 x 11
Hits Pot tsvilie, 7, Lancaster, 17. .
rois Pottsville, U; Lancaster, 2. Bat
te:les Slayer aud Cote, liuckel, Diggius
una Claire.
NATIONAL LEAGUE RESULTS.
At Cincinnati
New York. ...0 021 0000 0 !)
Cincinnati.... 0 0300131s 7
Hits Now York, 0: Cincinnati, Vi Er.
rors Now Yoi fc, 1; Cincinnati, 1. Eat-teries-IIeekin
and Farroll; iMryer aud
Murphy. Umpire Ctaffney.
At Obicsgo
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 9 2 1 x 12
Chicago 1 0000200 03
Hits Boston, 18; Ckicngo, 10. Errors
Boston, 2; Chicago, 4. Batteries Stivetts
and Krai); ilcUiil aud Schrlver. Umjiire
McQuaue.
At St. Lonis
Philadelohia..O 0000401 88
tit. Louis 8 0 4 4 3 0 23 x 17
Hits Philadelphia, 12; St. Louis, 17.
Errors Philadelphia, 4; St. Louis, 8. Bat
teriesHaddock, Caliahan, Carsoy, Buck,
ley md Grady; Breitenstein and Miller.
Umpire Hartley.
At Cleveland
Washington ..0 0010101 14
Cleveland 0 2 7 0 9 0 3 8 023
Hits Washington, 10; Cleveland, 23.
Errors Washington, C; Clevelaud, 3. Bat
teries Esper, and Dugdalej Young aud
Zimiaor. Umpire Emsiie,
At Baltimore
Pittsburg 0 1 3 3 1 3 6 5 x-19
Baltimore... 3 0311101 09
Hits Pittsbur?, 21; Baltimore, 19. Er
rors Pittsburg. Sj Baltimora, 6. Batter
iet Ehrot and Merritt; Jltillana, Mc
Hahon and Clark. Umpir Lynch.
At Louisville
Brooklvn 0 0030802 0-7
Louisville 5 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 x 13
Hits Brooklyn, 13; Louisville, 13. Er
rorsBrooklyn, 6: Louisville, 5. Batter
iesDaub, Gastrigbt, LOchance and Alona
fee aud Weaver. Umpire Hnrst. ,
EASTERN LEAGUE.
At Buffnlo-Erle, 13; Buffalo, 8.
At Bmchaniton Binghuniton,
12;
vvunos-iiarre. l. . .
At SyrhigUeld Springfield, 8; Provi
dence, 0.
At TroyTroy, 15; Syracuse, 9.
In TtiouBAxns of cases tbe cure of a
rough is the preventive of consumption.
The sorest comb medicine in the world
is Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Byrnp. ' Sold
by all doalers on a gaarantes of nutlsf fic
NEW STATE LEAGUE SCHEDULE.
Dates on Which fioranton Wilt flay on
tho Home Ground.
Philadelphia, July 10 According
to the new schedule adopted by the
State Base Ball league Scranton will
plsy at home, 1 -'
With Philadelphia, July 16. 17, Aug. 17,
18: with Ailentown. July IS. 10. All-. 15,
10: with Hazleton. Jnlv 20. 21, Ans. 11,
Sept. 1, a.m.; with Pottsville, July S3, 24,
Aug. 27, 28; with Heeding, diuy -':, su.
Aug. 24, l!5: with Lancaster, July 27, 28,
Kept. 3, 4; with HarriBburg, July 30, 81,
Aug. 2t, 3J. ,
A TENNIS TOURNAMENT.
It Will Held at Farvlsw on Aug
ust 10
At a meeting held by the Carbondale
Tennis club Monday evening, it whs
decided to hold the sixth annual tour
nament of that organization at Far
view on Tuesday. Aug. 10
First and second pri.es will be given
to winners in sinitles and doubles, but
the great interest will center in the
battle for tbe handsome Delaware and
Hudson silver trophy cup now held by
II. Torrance, jr., of Carbondale, and
and which must be won three succes
sive seasons before it becomes the prop
erty of tho holder.
GLINTS FROM THE DIAMOND.
Gus Schmeltz says that whenever Cham
berlain pitches against a club he is man
aging he is a world beater. An old griev
ance is the explanation.
There has beeu a slight change in the
personnel of the stockliolilcis of tho Scran
ton Bao Ball arsoclation, C. J. Swift has
retired, his stock having been takon by
Luward Wade.
Manager Edward ITanlon. of the Balti
more club, has made u wagur of $100, evon
mouey, wiiu :wannger irwia, oi mo run
arielphiss, that the Baltiiuores will wiu
GO per cent, of the gauio3 on the Western
trip.
ISonton Is making au effort to secure a
good pitcher. Nichols has begun to show
signs of weakening, but Stivetts is once
more in good shape. The champions are
not, however, putting out (jlO.OUO these
uays tor butteries.
Allen, Philadelphia's captatu.has gone t
uis nome in UWo. Irre leuviug ne
stated that be had not made up his luiuJ
whothur or not to unit the diumond for
good. He is not, however, altogether
partial to having his cheek boues broken.
Piny was snsnend'-d at Ciuclnuati last
Vi euueuay while Burns, Daly aud (Jriltin
chated a falling hot air balloon. Grillln
leaped into the air and came down with
tlio trophy, wun-u caugut lire nnd faded
into ashes at the feet of tho trio a moment
later.
lhe downward courie takou bv Balti
more is attributed to Cnther Robinson's
being injured. Bobinson is laid up with a
broken linger. Up to tho tiuio of being
nnrr, ten uays ago, he uau causzlit every
game which his club hud played this
srasou.
The pitchers who give few bases on balls
are the ones who are wiuuiug this year.
Nothing lessons the assurance of a bats
man more than the knowledge that tho
pitcher ho facos will shoot t hem over every
time regardless of circums'taucos. Sport-
i-ig L.i:e.
In the afternoon came at Providence last
Wednesday Eassott throw Burns, of tho
cpnugtielus, cown and held htm as he
reached third base. Later, when Bassott
scored the tioing run, Leahy, the Spring
field catcher, knocked him senseless aud
whs nned.
The Elroys and the Hydo Park Avenue
Stars played a came of ball on Oram's
woods grounds iVouday. the former win
uing by the score of II) to 0. Tho Elroys
challenge any club under 14 years of age.
ii. vudner, manager; It. Powell, captain,
Answer through Tub Tribune,
The National league has last declared
its lirst dividmt. For the first time in the
history of the national came the leaeno has
been able to meet all of its Indebtedness
and has a sufficient surpluson hnud. The
amount of the dividend is expressed in
lour ugures, nut for the present the exact
amount is withheld. Up to July 1 tbe at
tendance niis rxceeded all previous records,
Ton League heavy hitters have ham
mered out tU home runs this season in
eluding games played July 4. Boston has
inude almost as many as any two
other emus, oi ;u au; Cincinnati fol
lows with it. (. bloign with 25. Washing
ton 24, St. Louis 21 Brooklyn and Pitts-
h'.irg Its each, Cleveland 1(5, JNew 1 org and
Boston 13, Louisville 11. Philadelphia
onuguig op me reur nirn only i.
On Thursday afternoon at Hogan Ball
park, the James Boys, and Eureka, of
Providence, will play a game of base ball
for t'l a side and the championship of
Lacicawunua cormty. xr.o game called at
4 p. in. The following art the positions of
tlio James Boys: Mullnrkey, catcher;
iNolan, pitcher; Mnltn, lirst base. &lu
derig, second buse; Wirth, short ston
Cougl.lln, third base; Mallott, left field
Mahoney, center nold; juurpny.rigut Hold.
The came between the Electric Social
club and the Scrnnton Athletics Saturday
proved to be one of the most exciting and
interesting amateur games or hull Mayed
this SHiiion. Tho Hollow grounds on the
South bide, whoro the pame was played,
was crowded. Alter a hard rouclit battle
victorv rested with thi Electrics, tho scoro
b ing W-14 in thoir favor. The batteries
were: Kontscnlernnd Hettler, for Llec
trie?, liobinson aud Scholl, for Athletics.
Umpire, OttoElkus.
Tbe Bovals of Pine Brook defeated the
Actives by a score of 10 to 0. The batter
ies of tho Iloyals, (tauguan, Campbell, Mc
Cann and Dougher; of the Actives, Igoe
aud i nomas. I He ..ovals challenge any
club iu the city under 11 years of age.
The members of the Royals are ns follows:
Anthony l arr, s. c. ; Charles hhepplomau.
c; James -McC.iun, p.: Joe Campbell, e. s. ;
Chnrles Leuthuer, lb; John Camnoll, 2b;
Robert Donglier, 3b; James Campbell, r.f ;
John Barrett, c. f.
The Philadelphia Press said of Mon
day's game: "Tho Scranton team in
cludes such wo'.l-tulued-oi players as
tiogHU, I'atcuen, Aiimey and llod?on.
Hognn is very fast on his feet and covers a
great deal of ground in tlio om field. If
he can bat at ail he should he able to size
up with speediest company next season.
Hodson, who is considered by Jack Milll
gsu, S:in Wiso and George Wood to be
the best pitcher in thp fitnto leagne, was
watched closely by the cranks, but even
considering the soft game ho was up
against be did not impress thorn as being
a wonder. Scranton won becauso It played
the better ball"
GENERAL SPORTING MOTES.
Articles of agreement have been for
warder to England for Frank P. Slavin to
sign for his fight with Jake Kilrain.to take
place beforo the Olympic club of Now Or
leans next month.
The tennis tourney now In progress at
Tuxedo park is a big event. All the cracks
of the country, including Hall, Footo.
Chare, Ilobart, Wright aud many other
sotod players, will compete for tho valua
bio prizes offered.
Monb irs promises to be as sensational in
tbe pacing world as he was at the trotting
gait. As a 2 year-old h. trotted ill 3.10k!
and as a 3-year-old he took a record of
3.11. He has won the only two pacing
races be started In and taken a record ot
2.17. He is auother specimen of the high
ly trotting bred pacer. His sire. Eagle
Bird, has a trotting record of 2.21. Ills
dam, Lady Hand, has a trotting record of
3.I8&. .lay Bird trotted in 2.3I and
George Wilkes in 2.23. Here is the host ot
trotting on both sides of tho Hue, He will
probably pace faster than he ever trotted.
All Free.
Those who have used Dr. King's New
Discovery know its value, and thoso who
have not, have now the opportunity to try
it Free. Call on tho advertised Druggist
and got a Trial Bottle, Free. Send your
name and address to rl. h. KucKlen K Co.,
Chicago, and get a sample box of Dr.
King's New Life Pills, Free, as well as a
copy or uuids to ueaitu nna iioa-enuui
Instructor, Free. All of which Is guaran
teed to do you good and cost you nothing.
Matthews Bros. Drugstore.
A Word.
K'anttof all kinds cost that much, to
etpt Situation WantetlfWhich or insert
Agenta Wanted.
O75.1I0 I'F.lt MONTH, CITY OB COUNT1U
O to coumotent wiilo-awnke insiirniu'e solic
itors; well established permanent IjUHimsf.
Address or inquire s('oml tloor, iK4 Lselt
wanua live., Rcrauton, I'm.
Help Wanted Male.
WANIKD-IK YOU ARK A CATHOLIC,
unemployed nd will work for Sfls per
week, write MacCounell Rros., U Fraukllu
street, Boston, Miium.
Helo Wanted Females.
(Htij WANTED-TO DO GENERAL
1 1 housework. Mood cook inotorred. Ap
ply ISl AUuu B avenuo.
For Rent
HANDSOME FRONT PAttl.OH, ALSO
oi-ond story front r oui aud other
rooms, (111 Washington ityenue.
TOll RE ' T-8IMOM HOUSE ON MAI 1
1 8u nvenun b.itween tirwu Ridtro and
Delaware stre. i fnrnisiied or nnfuruistied.
Inquire of J. H. HOLT, Wye ndm.' oveuae.
"i;01l REaT-FURNISH KD COTTAGE AT
1' Ocean (irove, fiom July t to Ketciiilfr
1. Apply tn U. R. Clark, So. SJl Wasliingtou
avenue, city.
For Sftle
1 'Oil SALE MY GRAY .-.ADDLE HORSE.
X Can oe ion at Xurvi .(luni av .
CHAW. A. BURR.
Special Notices.
in.ivi- unilVS PiMPHT.KTS. MA A
I ilniu. etc.. bound or rebound at TUB
TliJliL'NB ohlce. Quick work. Reasonable
1 rices.
EAlTlnCKETS CAN BE HAD AT 141,
, I c.iiii.n Bii-onf uml Frinklin ave
nue. Twenty inual tickets for $3.00. Good
taoio Doaru.
Boarding.
CUMMER liOAl-.DlNG-FOUK Kl-.SI'hLT-r
ul,i.. n..ru,nw mn l.iul Hint class board
vith sinall family in la ge. airy houso. Hot
and -old baths. Free carriage to depot and
church Three-quarters of a mile rrom sia-
lion. llcaHoy locality. iwuuD.wi,vn.ii.u
Summit.
Strayed or Stolen.
f 'ROM MY HO E, 1121 UIAMOND AVr
1 iiu., a vahiablo St. Boriiard doir, rouifh
coated; h is nil tu guriuiue marks; i year anu
10 mouths old.w iglit about Sin pound; named
Colonel. A rowai-d is ouereu i.T ma return.
Any Iulor matiou thiinkfullv received.
P. II. HEU'F.TT.
Lost.
T OST-A GOLD HAIR FIN WIT'T WHITK
Jj prongs. Finder will lo suitably re
warded by returning tho same to Ciilouol K.
Ji. liippie, imni ian''ii:ii oiuik iJinnnoK-
Summer Resorts.
nAIRVlF.VV HOTEL. FACTORY VI LLE.
V Pa.. Is now on n for summer boarders,
lirst cias accommodations. Good nshiug
eloso to HotoL 1 or terms address
1L STARK, Proprietor.
Proposals.
.urr-r PRfipnim Wit I. UK DP
O reived at tho office of tlm Street C'ommlS-
B nnr. ..fQ,t. Pa t nli 1 T HO n Vlock ton
'1 hursday, July l'J, 1N94, for the laying of
fl gstnne sidewalks and tho setting of curb
stones on south Main avenue, hetweon Lu
e rne and H impt in streets, sa d work to bo
done In ncco' Aaucau Ith plan andpecillcatious
mcu in iuo oiuceort.io vuy cir- in oiers
In? of flagxt'iii'j hidowaks and setting of
curlwtonos Tlio city resorvos the right to
rej-Jc any anu a.i iitu uy orour oi viiy
PHILIP KIR ST, Stroet Commissionor
Scranton, Pa, July hi, ftHL
OEAI.ED PROPOSALS vVILL BE RE
Ij ceived st the olllco of Ihi Street Com-
in ssiono-. Scranton. rti.. until 1.3'i o clock n.
m Thursday, July H, 1h:U. for the laying of
H:iKntunn si lo nlkx, navol cutters, and the
suttint'of cnrlsioues on tho west rn siileof
Seventh street, f oin Lackawanna avenuo to
Scranton strcot. said woi k to I o dene in ne
eorilaacn wkh ulaus and s eclllcn ions filed
In the ofiice of the City Clerk. Bidders are
rcnulrodto state sc. arato price for lavinit or
lIuRbtono xldowalks, pavod KUtlors, nud sot-
tiug ot curhstouoN. ine cny r'-serve? tue
rihttOMje.;t any and all bids. By ordor of
city couneuK
PI11LU' KIR ST. Street CoramUslouer.
Scronton, Pa.. July 1, W4.
CEAl.F.D PROPOSALS WILL HE RE-
O cived at the othce of tho City Clerk,
Srramon. Pn.. until 7.SU o'clock rj. ill. Thurs
day. July l'J. IN' I. to construct a stonn arch
cuivo t on Hoith Main nvenue ovor I eg Mit"s
rie-jk in '0 -oi'!a:ic w h llie plsn and sreel
flc 'tion therefor ll'c I In the ollico of C;tv
Clerk, hwdi rs shall s ale price for v Inch
they will complete thi uo k as s iow ii n plan
,1-iU -p c flcat tn-.H, i u l si all a s su.t a pitco
t t won li they W;il perform any extra work
that ml ht be iiecsl.a'ol. n mhig a ur ei
lor ma or.ry, Viiin hum witii 'Ut ce
ment; alio for excavation und flllinr.
K:ddi-rs hi.a'l encheo. with oich pnponl,
the n nil o: o'io bin d ed dollars, cash oriortl-
f.od ehm k. i hi -h sura is to b orl'e.tc 1 to tho
oitv lor th) r.si of tho city of N'run
ton In case of ond sii n to ccccato a co itnict
In nc ordauco witn tl o proiioh iIn if nwa d,-d
thesriino. The work is to bo completed wnhm
lnty i nys irora onro oi awaru or coinruet.
'1 in I'l-ll Ittl U IO C OI lllOWOl-K 1H S-S.J'.li.Oi
Tim rtty reserves tho right to reject auy and
all bids.
By ordor of city councils.
M. T. LAVhLLE, City Clerk.
Scranton, Pa , July 0, 1EIH.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL HE HE
ceived at the ofllco of the city clerk.
Scranton, P . until 7 1 o'clock, p. in., Thurs
day, July li', M1, to do filling and leuo iur re
ouirod at tlio Prospect avouue culvert, over
tho Stafford Meadow Brook, inacordanc with
man nnd spocincatlons Hied in the olllce ul
the city clerk. Bidders shall stnto a price for
which tl oy will complete tlio work. Bl ders
shall onel ise the sum of fifty dollars cash or
certified chock, witnraeii propos 1 wnicii cum
Is to te forfeited to tho uio oi tho city of
H -ranton in cite oi contractor omit:imr toex
oeuto a contract for the work within ten days
from rtato of award ot the name. 1 ii-i work is
to be cuiniilttvd within si.t,- days from dsto
of execution of contract. 1 ho city reserves
the right to reject auy and all bids. 1-y order
of city councils.
ju. i. jjavi'.uiic, cityciera.
Bcranton, Pa.. July v, iw,
QEALED PROPOSALS WILL BS Re"
tj ceived at the ollice of tlio city clerk,
Hc.rauiou, riu, iiu in i.ou ii ciocn, p. in., iiiurs
day, July IU, 1MI1. to do tilling, construction of
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up and painting of one hundred nnd eighty
feet ot iron fence, all at l'ittston avenuo cul
vert. '1 he work is to be doi e In accordance
with plan and specifications tiled iu tbe olllce
of city cloi-k. Bidders shall stats price tor
which they will complete the work. Bidders
shall enclose the sum ot fifty ('ill I dollars, cash
or co tilled check, with each proposal, which
Bum is lo be lorfeited to the use of the city of
Scranton in raise of contractor omitting to ex
ecute a contract for the work within ton days
from date of award of the huqic, '1 he work Is
to be completed within thirty days from date
of execution of contract. The city reserves
tho right to reject auy and all bids. By or
der of city councils.
M. T. LAVEL' city clork.
Bcranton, Pa,. July . Ml.
DROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED AT
1 tho olllce of John Jermvn, Pricotmrgh,
Pa., until July ill. Mi. for driving a rock tun
nel in Jormyn, No. a, from tha 11-foot vein to
cut the Duninore vein uir.e to ho 7x14 feet in tho
clear and about 1,600 feet long. Also to sink a
shnlt from surface to Dunmore vein, size to be
Kxl2 feot In tho clear nnd about l.'iO feet deeii,
Specifications may bo seen at Prleeburgh. We
reserve the right to reject any or all bids.
W. M. JKItMYN, Supt.
Situation Wanted.
vvVvvArvvvVvvVVVvvvvAyvvwvv
WANTtiD A WOMAN WANTS WORK
. by tho day Address S. M., 611 Mspic
street, Seranton, Pa.
C1TUATION WASTED BV A YolfNU
O lvly to o nut to do dr 'S making or plain
Bewing by th- day. Ad roan U, Tubuno Olllco.
Advertise in The Tribune.
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advertising matter constantly being
distributed among the public.
Not everybody has a taste for read
ing. Have your printing done in an
attractive and novel style.
Draw people's allcntion by some
thing catch y and rarely seen.
THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE
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is able to please you in every
respect.
Public Sale.
I WHL Ol'FER AT 1'1'B 10 SALE ON
1 Wedne.duv. .mlv :.'.'i. 1(04. at 10 o'clock a.
., on the premises, the leasehold estate ami
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...... .1. jnti.uiu fc..'l UJ 4 I1U,-.ILI,1 V .1 will
G. Si hoonmiik r to Arthur Krothinirh'im and
aura rrotiuniruiiin, datcti ,iuuu 1st, is-n, rc-
. W.I...1 in l. . I). ...I. IV'. v -11 -I-II
.-'IVIVU JU U'f li;illll XI''K .-!. tll, 11-1.
etc., as by referee co thi nito had will fully
iipoar, in lot io. 8 in rjquaru or oiock .vi
ii. on Wvoming avenue, on which tin
Frothlngh im Arcade" stood. Tholot is 4 i
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Torms will be maduknon-iiou day ot salo.
CliAS.
, H. WELLES.
July 11. im.
Notice to Property Owners,
rpoTHK OWNERS Oil REPLIED OWN
A ers of nroipoitv. bounding and ahuttin
in boih sidis of West Lackawanna avoiiu.
from the D. L. Si It. It. northern division
to Nor h Ninth nvi-nne In the Fourteenth
ward of t' e city ot Scranton, Pa.
n!;o notice, that undor tho direction of
councils, I will lmiko the assessment lor curb
1 g, also for paving Willi Kti ne b ock pave
meat. West Lackawanna nvi nuo l utw. on tin
points named abovo, on Monday the Kith day
ot July, A. D., IK14, nt in o'clock a. m , at uiy
ollice in tlio new luunicii al building, at whic!
tiuio and pine you may appear and Lo heard
if you so dcoirc.
JOSEPH P. PHILLIPS.
City Engineer.
Charter Application.
TOTK'E 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
Is application ill be nmdo to the Oovei
nor of Pennsylvania, on tho second dav
July, ltwt, t Ul a.m., by Charles McM illan
George R. ( lark, Willimn Ciuoy. Willial
J. Runuiman and Mar on W. Finn, under th
cto f Asseinbly.c-miUed "An act to provid
f r tho incorporation and regulation of c-r
tam corporaii 'tis," approved Ajir 1 2.1, 1H71.
and the mipplcmonts thereto, for th? chnrte
of uu lot n liid corpi ration, o bu culli
"Tho Scranton Ctiim icy ap C unpany," th
chi.racter and ohject of which is for tho pui
pose of themanulactuieorsiileof iron orsto 1
or of any other metal or urticlo of com mere
from me'al. wood, or both, anil for those par
in sen to have, po.-ncss and euioy ail tho rlghti .
lisneftts and privil.igjs of said net of uu-'in
bly and supplements thereto.
H. M. S'l KEETER, Solicitor.
TVTOT'CE IS I1E1 EBY GIVEN THjVT A.'
ppollcation h lie luad i to th" Govcr
nor of the S ate of Pennsylvania, on Wedros
day, tho eighth day of August, 1MH, by E 1
wind P. -turn-en. Frederick . I. Piatt. Orlnuili
S. Johnson. William T. Smith, l-'ra ik E. Pi alt
and Jos ph (;. Phitt, under tho Act of Assem
bly of the Commonwealth of Potinaylvaniu.
entitled "An act to provide for the iucorpor
ation and roguhitto' ol certain conwrat ons."
approyad April 2!i. 1X74, and the supplomenti
thereto, for tho charter of an intended cor
porntion, to bo called "The Scranton Elec
trie Construction Comnanr," tha character
andobj ct of which lathe n amifa turo. fur
nishing, erection aud Installation (sH or
either) of clo trie or stoam plants t'r 11 .'lit
ing, drilling, haul i go. and pumping, or eluc
tiin power generally, in and about mines (,r
mining operations and il-ivators: nnd for
the manufacture or iurnii-bing of all kinds of
electrical machinory, and i f appl ances used
iu op. racing the sa ne, mil lor these pnr
poses to have i nd ponsoss and enjoy all tin
rights, boneflti nud privileges of the said act
of ass. mbly and its sunnlemeuts.
THUS. F. Wt-.LLS Solicitor.
Financial Statement
I FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF THE DAL
V t in Independent School District for tho
year ending June 1, ltill.
TAxr.s.
Amount loviod for school pur
poses $701 03
Amount levied for building pur
poses 350 14
Total amount of taxes levlod... 31.052 07
itixnims.
From stnto appropriation for
tho year ending J.me. Is9l 8114 (IS
Balance on hand from last year 333 (JJ
From North Abinkton township
for tuition 710)
Fr in G. A. Guy for tuition ro
roivd from paid pup. Is I 8 S)
From i-ollcctor for taxes col
lected , 002 70
. Total roceiprs $2,070 21
KXI'ENDITUltrS.
For repairs on buildings S B" Wi
For teachers' wages IKI3 75
For fo s of collector ($l:.'.7tlj and
treasurer (:i:t.7(li "0 4il
For fuel and contingencies 12 V
For salary of secreiiiry LI) hi)
For deht nnd interest pnut 3i) M
For other expenses "1 60
For scli'.ml te..t books and sup
plies 238 71
Total expenditures.
Cash on hand
ShTCl 40
8 llL 75
lii:ani'itci s-
Cash on hand ,..$30i '."
Amount due from collectoi' 4a 17
Total ? 050 0i
I.IAM1.1T Si.
Amount of bomlii outstttndinB.SiCfiO 00
J'ifiOO 00
Liabilities In excels of rescurces i't.'MI (HI
" Uuetsour band tins sixth day of July
EDWARD MILE3, President;
A. BALL, Secretary.
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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE
BOOKBINDING DEPT.
S,
The ireat Ba
The Great
Great New 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.
Sweeping Reductions Prior to Our Semi-annual
Inventory.
FOUR GREAT LOTS FROM OUR DRESS GOODS DEPT.
NO. 1. About thirty pieces all told, consisting of
Whip Cord Suitings in about teu shades, and
Scotch Mixtures iu five colors. 12 l-2c.a
yard for anything iu tho pile; never sold un
der 2."e.
XO. 2. Price here is 2 jc. per yard. Assortment
is unlimited. We might say that we have
Checks and Plaids, Striped Goods and Plain
Goods, Mixed Effects and Novelties of every
description. In fact, it is au aggregation of
our entire stock of 50a Dress Gjods.
You'll be very apt to find something
You will save about 50c. on the dollar,
all right for next fall.
CQjlOLLY & WALLACE
Hotel Waverly
Enropoon Plan. Flrrt-olaBS Ear attnehefl.
Depot tor JJurguor A Engul'a Tanuheeusor
Beer.
U Cor, 15th indFlltartNs., Fhllali
Most dcsirahls for residents cf N.-E. Tonn",
eylvsiiia. All conveniences tor travelers
to and from Broad Street stntion ana tho
Twelfth and Market Street station. Do
llrnble for viiitiug Sorautouluns and peo
, lit In tbe Anthracite Region.
T. J. VICTORY,
PROPRIETOR.
3
OUR STOCK BANAGEB BY WATER
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.
ALE
and will last about 30 days, as the goods WILL and MUST BE SOLD as quickly
as possible.
Here is an unequalled chance to procure High-class Clothing and Gent3' Fur
nishings at about one -third the wholesale cost price.
Boys' Waists, 12c. I
MEN'S SUITS, formerly sold ftr $10
MEN'S SUITS, formerly sold for $16
MEN'S PANTS, formerly sod for $5
BOYS' SUITS, formerly sold for $3
THE
SIGN OF THE BELL. 230 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
t5T.'EXT DOOU TO TUB KEHNED DAVIES & GUI FEIN BUILDING.
FOSTER & CO.
nkrupt Sale
lew York Sheriffs
AND STOCKS FROM TIIE
among these
You will also
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WARNING.
H'e hare lately had Feather lieda and Pillowt brought to us by
stranger uho wished to dispose of the same and from whose actions
we believed the Jeathere ei'da't belong: to them. We will hace no
ilealinijs with such partiei.
We wish to caution people against giving into the hands of strang
ers who claim to represent , any 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
ut our factory, we will promptly attend to their wants and will en
dcavor to merit the confidence of everybody.
TUE SCnXATOX BEDDING CO.',
Q02 and boon Lacka. Ate., Cor, Adams.
WHY tl
See our FIFTEEN DOLLAR Solid
Oak Bedroom Sett
, We sell Furniture as cheap as
any house in the country that in
tends to give honest value for the
money. Try us.
EHkdi & Co
its ikd id
i-3
1L1
i
230 Lackawanna Avenue.
WOW QQIMQ
Neckwear Given Away.
NOW $4.75
NOW $8.25
NOW $2
NOW $1.35
ale
CLOTHING
3.00
NO 3. We are especially proud to speak on this
lot, for tho value is unprecedented. Take
your choice of 0-4 Homespuns, Covert Cloths,
Granite Cloths, Beiges, Storm Serges and
Novelty Mixtures. There are about 3,000
yards iu the collection, and every yard is
all-wool. Tito price is 37 l-2c.
NO. 4 consists of short lengths. By that wo
mean the remnants of our stock. The pieces
run from one yard up to six. Style: everything.
Worth from 75c. to $1.50. Price, 50c a yard.
four lots that you want.
get something that will be
WASHINGTON AVE.
Opp. Court House.
mm ivb.
Boys' Suits, 74c.
F F E
Underwear, Hals, Handkerchiefs, Outing Shirts, Laundered
Shirts, Suspenders, Silk Vests and and all goods that are
damaged at your own pries.
HOUSE
four Watch Lies
if it doe3 not tell the time cor
rectly. We guarantee our Watches
to bo
TRUE TIME KEEPERS
and uphold them as such accord
ing to the terms of our building
warranty.
D1AH0HDSARE TRUMPS
as a speculation these days. Have
you seen the heavy tariff the
Wilson bill imposes on thomT
Their rise in value is as certain
as the shining of the sun ia the
daytime.
FREEMAN,
Dealer for Cash in Watches, Diamonds,
(Silverware, eto.,
Cor.Penn in. and Fprnca St.
For Delicacy,
For purity, and for improvement of the com
plexion, nothing equals Pouohi's Powder.