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TIIE SCKANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 13, 1594.
Scranton Mealed Again by ths "Ancients"
Located at Alleiilowu.
FLANAGHAN HITJ3ITE FREELY
Harrisburg Shut Out With Only One
Hit to Her Credit by Pottsville.
Hazleton Again Defeats Philadel
phia and Lansaster Wins Another
From Reading Standing of the
Clubs National and Eastern League
Results Base Ball and General
,s, HE heal of the State
fsTTi I"""' league procession is
:r&2-i A still held by Alleu
ii AJv' 1 1 town, with four vie
5 torirs aud no de-
3 f-nta. Lancaster nnd
ry PotUvilU are a tie
VYy' for -second place,
"43?''" ' woa an tn" '0,t'
r respectively, while
IlazMon, with two victories and two
defeats, stands alone in fourth placo.
Scranton, Hurrisbur;, Rending and
Philadelphia are all a tie for fifth
place, with one game won aui three
lost to their credit.
At Pottsville yesterday Hurrisburg
was shutout by ths Pottsville team,
being able to obtain only one bit ill'
Fox's pitching. Allsntown took the
second scheduled came from Scranton,
while Philadelphia lost to Iiazleton aud
Rending to Liucaster.
The following table gives the per
centage, number of guinea won and
lost by each club, aud their standing in
the league race:
Wou. Lost. PerC't.
Allentown 4 0 1.000
Lancaster 8 1 .750
Pottsville 3 1 .750
Iiazleton 2 3 .B0
Scranton 1 3 .-30
llarrisburg 1 'C .'JiO
Heading 1 3 ,'J.jO
Philadelphia.... 1 3 .'J50
SCHEDULE FOR TODAY.
Scranton at Iiazleton.
Allentown. nt Philadelphia.
Pottsvilie at Reading.
llarrisburg at Lancaster.
ANOTHER DEFEAT FOR SCRANTON,
Allt ntown Shovod Ua Furthsr Sown in
the L-asua P.ac.
Spctiai to fit Scranton Tribune.
Alixstow.v, July 12. Scranton suf
fered another defeat at the hands of
King's Kelly's meu toilny.
Flanaghnn pitched well and received
good support until the sixth inning
when the Allontowu insn began to Una
lu ball oat nnd bring in the runs.
Five runs were scored in that in
ning aud thereafter tue rsult of the
gtitue was not in donut. The score:
n. H. P.O. A. E.
Wciz.'l. b. s o a l 1 o
Hop an, c. f I 4 0 (J
PalcLen. c 0 14 10
Mnsstv, lb 0 2 11 1 0
Pliplau. lb 1 1 2 5 1
Stnltz, L f 1 2 2 0 0
Rogers, r. f 1 1 1 1 0
WVstloke, 3b O 2 2 3 1
Flacuagau. p 0 0 0 4 0
Total.'. 4 11 !7 10 2
R. II. P.O. A. E.
Wood, If 0 1 3 0 0
Wise, 2b 2 4 7 5 0
Kelly, lb 2 4 8 0 1
JlcOoucb, cf 1 0 0 0 0
Mr.lvey.ab. 1 3 3 4 0
rdnllican, c 0 1 1 4 o
Costrlio, rf: 2 4 10 0
Sweeny, es 0 1 2 3 3
Douogbua, p 0 0 2 1 1
Total 8 18 27 17 4
Allentown. ...0 0 0 0 0 5 1 1 18
boraaton 0 1100020 04
Earned runs Allentown 4. Scranton 1.
Two-base LiU Co9tello, Wise, Wood,
Mulvey, Wetzel, Pbelan. Three-base bit
htnltz. Sacrifice bits llilligau, Sweeney,
Donobue. Pdtcheu 2, Westlaka, Flannigau.
Double plnys Pnelun and Massey. Struck
out Allentown 2, Kcrauton 1. First base
on balls Allentown 1. (Stolen bases Cos
telio. Time 1.53. Umpire Mitchell.
OTHER STATE LEAGUE RESULTS.
r'liiladelpbia...O 00001 00 28
Iiazleton 2 0 0 0 5 3 0 0 x 10
Hits Philadelphia, 10: Iiazleton, 11.
Errors Pliiladelpbia, 2, Iiazleton, 1. Bat
teries Hnllman and Clark; J. Ely and
IJoore. Umpire Valoo.
Heading 2 1 1 1 0 1 2 0 0-8
Lancaster 4 0 0 1 0 8 4 2 x 14
Hits Reading, lfi; Lancaster, 18. Er
rors Reading, 14; Lancaster. 2. Batteries
-Cumming, Eustace aud Goodbart;
Mayer and Cote.
Pottsville..... 3 1001010 17
liarrir.burg....O 0000000 00
Hi' Pottoville. 17: Harrixburg, 1. Er
rors Pottsville, 0; Harrisbnrg, 2. But
teries Fox and Potts: Sprogeland Wente.
NATIONAL LEAGUE RESULTS.
New York.. ..4 0008200 09
PltUbnrir 0 1 050000 0-6
Ililp New York, 13: Pittsburg, 7. Er
rorsNew York, 2; Plttsbni-ff, 1. Batter
iea German, Rusie and Wilson; Killen
and Merritt. Umpire Emslle.
Boston 1 0008001 16
Cincinnati.... 0 22000000 4
Hits Boston, 13: Cincinnati, 6. Error
Boston, 4; Cincinnati, 3. Batteries
Kttvetts and Ryan; Dwyer and Murpny.
' At Louisville
Wnsblngton.,.3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 25
Louisville 0 1008008 x 7
Hits Washington. 6: Louisville, 9. Er
rors Wasbington, 6; Louisville, 9. Bat
teriesSullivan and Dugdale; Knell and
Grim. Umpire Hurst.
Philadelphia.. 0 1 6 0 0 0 2 1 010
Cleveland 1 5 114 18 1 8-20
Hita-PlilndelDhia, 15; Cleveland, 29.
Error8-Pbiladoliihia, 1: Cleveland, 4.
Batteries Carsey, Callahan, Harper and
Grady; CUrkson, Cuppy and Zimmer.
Brooklyn 1 00f4000 0-0
Chicago 3 1 2 3 0 1 9 0 011
Hit Brooklyn, 15; Chicago, 17. Errors
Brooklyn, 2; Chicago, 2. Battories
Kennerly, Gastrlghtann Dailey; Ntratton,
fcchrives aud Weaver. Umpire McQnad.
At Ppringfleld Bnffnlo, 8; Spriugtleld, 7.
At Troy Troy, 6: WilkeB-Barre, 0.
At Providence Providouce, 7; Erie, 6.
JAMES BOYS THE VICTORS.
They Defeated the Eartkas la an Inter
An interesting and exulting gamo for
the championship of Lokawann
county and $100 a aide was played at
the ball park yesterday afternoon be
tween the Jnraes Boys, of Pine Brook,
and the Eurekus, of Provldenoe.
The former won because of superior
battery work. Nolan, late of tbe Soran
ton aud Altoon.i teams, was in tbe box
aud bad the Enrekus practically at bis
Iiegan brothers, the Eureka' battery,
did good work, but as a pitcher Frank
Rpgnn does not belong to tbe same
class as Nolau.
Harry Hop wall was umpire, He
gave the Eurekas by far the best of the
bi:se decisions, but still thore was
much kicking by the Providence boys.
At one siaue of the irame Pitcher No
lan and Shortstop K.tTferty cauie al
most to blows througli a dispute over
one of Umpire Hopewell's decisions.
When the gamo was over, a large
numbtr of Eureka enthusiasts gath
ered around Hopewell and entered
loud protests, but there wore no hos
tile demonstrations. Soure of the
JAMES BOV8. I EUREKAS.
it. ii. i. A. r.. ii. ii. o.A. r.
Wirth, s.s.1 2 1 1 1 M'M'y, Sb.o 0 S U ll
tVm'h'n.:Jbl 0 2 2 2 P. I.'ivr'n.cl) 0 II (I 0
Xo'.an. ..tl U I ;l 0 P. Krj'n .0 12 3 0
Mult'ky.e.O I) M 1 1 Mmuii, lb.l 1 1 0
i-mith, lli.O :'. 10 1 I llnraii, 1. r.O 0 3 11
WhIsIi, Sb.O II 1 5 OUMiVr, Ub.l 1 1 ) 0
Uolb t, ef t 1 2 (I 0 Uiif'tv, S.S 1 1 0 3 2
M'ld'iR.i-.rtl 1 0 1 (I'M'NTy.rf.O 0 1 II 1
1'usuer. I.f.2 3 0 0 0 .IVkIi'ii, i t.U 2 3 0 0
Total.. ,.3 1U 27 11 a Total. ..3 27 12 4
Jam s 15 ys rt 0001081 0-5
Kureliin 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0-3
Karneil runs -Jhiiks Buys, S. Twu-baso hits
-Suiilb. 'lUr. o hue liti- Wiitli-i, (lullnMt
l'.i'-sod balls - Jlullarkv, 2; Kol'iui, 1. liavHon
balU Nolun, ;i: i.eRan, 8. lilt by p t her
Ktwui. 2. Sir.uk oit-Xclan, V; l.o an, 4
Ddiib o til.iys-Wlrllw, Walsh, Smith; Hailerty,
Cail ihor. Jlnraii. Tiuiu 2,10. I.'nip:iu
Jluriy lb pow oil.
MR. MYERS HAS RESIGNED.
A Hasting of tk Schedule Committee
Called for S unlay.
IIaiihisbuho, July 12. On necouut of
the many coinpltuutu relative to the
rtcent schedule adopted. President
Meyer bus called a meeting of the
State league at Lnncastor, Suuday,July
13, at noon, at tbe City hotel.
.Mr. Meyers has also tendered his
resignation as president, which will
take tlloct at that time.
GLINTS FROM THE DIAMOND.
Buckles and Ko'.h have been released by
Carrier pigeons are utilized at Pottsvillo
to report tne score by innings.
The llarrinmrg management has decided
to play out tuo season at Harrisburg,
The new Pliiladelpbia State league toam
wia wear suits ot gray witb black caps,
Delts and stockings.
Mahoney, the college pitcher who was
given a trial by Manager Swift, bas re
turned to his Lome.
Howard Valie. of Philadelphia, a popu
lar ex-ilurrisburg outlielder, bas beeu ap
pointed a btule league umpiro.
George Cross, the pitcher loaned to In
diaunr olis early in tho season, bas beeu
recalled ou account of the disabling of
Jack Tiirhe is still suffering from the ef
fects of his late knocitout by a ball while
playing at iiazleton. Dizziness attacks
hiin at limes.
Broilie, of the Baltimores, broke the
league buttiug record of the year Monday
by muhiug a bit each ot the six times be
went to bat.
Arthur Irwin charges that the Pennsyl
vania league, like the Southern, is padding
up the averages of its players for the pur
pose of selling their releases.
The Philadelphia Slate League club, ac
cording to the new schedules, will play
thirty consecutive days away from home.
After that they piay one straight month
on tbe heme grouuds.
Lancaster bas igned Shortstop Toman,
of the kheuandonh club. The price paid
for his releaso was $250. Pitcher Scheible
tbinls'i be is one of the greatest bborstops
that ever wore a uniform.
Manager Swift telegraphed borne after
Wednesday's game at Allentown that he
had beeu robbed of it by the umpire. In
Mr. Swift's judgment the score should
hnve been 2 to 1. The game may be pro
tested. Center Fielder Jimmy McAlcer, of the
Cleveland League club, is on a skirmish
tour among State Loaguu clubs for pitching
material tur the Spiders. He has bis eve
on Wilson, of Pottsville, aud Uodson, of
Proprietor Bentler. of the Altoona Club.
said on Monday that be bad lost $1,250 ou
the first half of tbe season, aud be could
not keep the club at Altoona when threw
miles of Pennsylvania locomotives were
lying idle at that point. That is why he
truu.iffnod bis team to Lancaster.
Here are two speuimon "roasts" on our
Larry, cuiled from tbe cruel Springfield
Union: "There is n popular impression to
the effect that Umpire Kettrick missed
his calling" "Hasn't Spring
ri"ld had about enough of Kettricx, Mr.
Powers? Give us Suyder or Doescher for
a while, aud lot the patrons in our cities
have achauce to see what kind of umpires
they kill the game witb in the Pennsyl
Manager Randall, of tha Philadelphia
team ot the State leaguo, is after some
new players. Ho is well satisfied witb his
infield, but needs two or three bard hit
ting ouiilelilois, another catcher and pos
sibly au addition il pitcher. Koine of the
men ne i;as uis eyes ou are lienor Mont
gomery, of the Hnmiltons; Jack Lei per, of
the Leipervilles; Jansen, ot the Hivertons;
"Tip" O'Neill, of the Gloucester;
"Dummy" Stephenson. All these men are
bard bitters. Philadelphia Press.
A shakmg-up is to bo accomplished on
tho Pottsvillo team. An executive com
mittee Composed of Puilip J. Connell,
George Oraeff and C. N. McUinnes ha9
been appointed to act in conjunction with
Mr. Smith in managing tbe team during
the ensuing series. Tbe programme de
cided upon, as to the arranoinent of play
ers, subject to tligbt change, is as follows:
Kllis, third; Nyce, short; Hill, second;
Tigbe, first; Potts and Digglns, catchers;
Golden, center Moid, nnd Smith, right fluid.
Tbe pitchers will alternate each other.
Fuller will be placed on the bench for the
GENERAL SPORTING NOTES.
Attilla, teacher of r?nndow, the strong
man, and now a bitter rival of the latter,
has been held for trial on the charge of
sending scurrilous letter through the mail
A number ot yearlings, the property of
J. II. Lewis, Jr., were sold at Brighton
Beach, ou Tuesday, most of them the get
of Tattler. Tbe prices realized were small
the highest figure being (ISO.
Patrons of tbe Brighton Beacb track
seem to be well supplied witb money.
"We can make more money here In a day
than we could make In two at Hheepshead
Bay," said one of the seventy bookmakers
DELIGHTFUL LOVE SONG.
Among tbe yet unpublished poems of tbe
late Charles Henry Ludars, the following
delightful little love song will be printed
in tbe forthcoming Pegasus club volume of
"Blow! winds, and break the blossoms;
Parti cloudsl that bid tbe sun;
For the timid feet of a maiden sweet
Adown the valloy run.
The thorn of tbe wild rose wounds ber;
The hem of her skirt is torn,
Where the cool gray dew bas wet it
, With the tears of a summer morn.
No foot Is heard to follow.
No eye her path may see,
There is no ear ber steps to bear,
As she hastens unto me.
O, wild, sweet banks of roses,
O, fragrant fields ot dew.
My darliug's kiss is more, 1 wis,
i Than a thousand leastiiMot von I"
NOTES OF THE WHEELMEN.
Lee Richardson, ths lS joar-old who
rode halt a mile backward while seated on
his machine in tho usual position, is unex
celled at that kind ot riding.
The Massachusetts law requiring ths
carrying of bells and limiting speed to ten
miles per hour coos into eft'oct next Suur
ii ay. The day vwill be eelobratud by Mass
achusetts riders, as will its anniversary.
Now that Raymond McDouald has joined
thoClats B riders, i"Fred" Koyco, of tbe
Tourist Cycle club, who recently bruiio
Zimmenimn's world record for a quarter
mile track, will probably take bis place as
champion ot Class A.
Arrangements are being made by the as
sociated cyclmi! clubs of New Jersey to
hold a twenty-live mile road race over the
Elizaboth-Crauford course In .September.
Twenty-11 vo individual aud several team
prizes will be offered.
Chicago will bo represented In tho bicy
cle tournament at Anbury Park on Friday
and Saturday by Bliss, Lumsdeu and Uitb
eus. lilies was out of form in California,
but is in gix.d condition and iutouds to do
sumo lull tiding at the Anbury Park meet.
Tho twenty horses to be used by Iloury
Bremininger and "Jark" Alexauder in
their hix day race with Albert Scbock and
"Jack" i'li nee, tbe bicycle lidorn, at Man
hattan Field next week, have been select
ed, and are receiving their preparation for
tho contest at the Central Park Riding
All the crack class B men are rusticating
for ten days at At-bury Park. Bald, Titus,
Miller, Duke, Knunodv. llelfort, Young,
Wludlo, Bodu. Taxis, MacDonald, Stceu
si n, C. M. Murphy, Culver, Sauger, Tyler,
W. F, Murphy, are among thu mini ber.
Training is done each day on the local
track pivpatory to Saturday's races.
In discupning tbo present condition of
affairs In I ho League of American Wheel
men, President Luscuiub intimated that
within a year tbe league will ceaso to have
two classes of riders. Class B men will
probably bo declared professional, and
only Class A, or Simon Pure amateurs,
will be allowed thu privilege of league
In response to a telcurnm from tho edi
tor of the American Wheelmen inquiring
as to the authenticity of tbe report that
J. S. Johuson wus about to turn, profes
sional ii ik I go to Fiance to participate in
tlm bicycling contests there, T. W. Eck,
Johnson's trainer, replies as follows from
Toronto: "Johnson bus no thoughts of
turning professional, lie is perfectly sat
b llod w'lib clabs B aud tue L. A. W."
improvements are being made on bi
cycles every year, but the latest novelty,
and one which bids fair to become univer
sal iu its use, is an inexpensive arrange
ment for providing bicycles with electric
lamps, the electricity being gouerated
when tho wheel is iu motion. Tbe device
consists of a small dynamo, inclosed in a
trnu.e and fastouod beiiealb the seat of tbe
wheel. This frame also contains a train of
gearing mechanism operated by a spurotet
wheel and endless chain connected when
the rider puts the bicycle in motion. Cir
cuit connections lend from the electric
generator to the lamp and a brilliaut light
Those who have used Pr. King's New
Discovery know its value, and those who
havo not, have now tho opportunity to try
it Free. Call on tho advertised Druggist
and get u Trial Bottle, Free. Send your
n.uno and address to LI. E. Buckleu & Co.,
Chicago, and get a sample box of Dr.
King's New Life Pills, Froe, as well as a
copy of Guido to Health and flou-ohold
Instructor, Free. All of which is g.iarua
teed to do you good and cost you nothing.
Matthows Bros. Drugstore.
SEALED PKOl'OiALS WILL 13K BK
eel veil at tbj oiiieo of tho Street t'onimi
b oii'T. -cr.iut ii. Pa . until 7.MI o'elork u.m
IhiirsJay, .July 19, ISM. lor thu laying of
n intone BioewaiKO ami tno seuins oi euro
st mes on South Main avenue, hetweon LU-z-rni'
and IlimpU.n ktn-ets, sa'd work to bo
den linacco dance ith plan and siiecilleutlons
filed ill tno ntline cf t is ( ity Clerk Hidden
are required to state separate price fur lay
of ll.itfit.mii Hid.ivva k and setting ot
curbstones The cty reserves thi riuhtto
reject any and o.l Ills, by order of City
PIULI ? KIR ST, Street Commissioner.
Scranton, Pa., July la, ls'Jl
OliALED PRuPOSALB WILL, BE RE
ij ceivud at the oflico of Ihi Street Com.
missions-. Srrantun. Pa., until 7.3 o'elock d.
m 'ihursday, July 10, Ml, lortho laying of
thiKstono si tenaias puvel gutters, ami the
s 'ttlneof eur In: ones on the west rn side of
Si ven th street, f om LacUawHnna avenue to
Sernuton street, said work to be done in ne
rordaaeo with plans aud s ecillcn'iims filed
in the eflii e of the City Clerk Bidders aro
reouirod to state separate urico for laving of
flagstone sidewalks, paved nutters, and HOt-
tinir ot cui-itniies. ino cuy reserves tnc
rlxht to reject uny nnd all bids. By ordor of
"PHILIP KIRST, Street Commissioner.
Scmnton. Pa., July 10, MH
OEAIT.D PROPOSALS WILL BE RE-
0 ceived at lhr otllen of tho City Clerk,
Ki:rnn:on, Pa., until 7.D0 o'clock p, in. Tburs
daw .July IN. l'.l. to construct a atonn arch
culvert on North Main avenue over 1 eg.'dtt's
cie-k in accordance w.ih the plan andsfeci
ficition theiofor fl'e l in tbe olllco of Cirv
Clerk. Bidders Rhall S'ate prion forvlttoli
they will romploto tbn wok as 6' own c n plan
andsp client mis, mj-J shall as.stnti ainlo
f r w.iu'h they w.ll perform any extra work
that ml jlit le iicc!si:a'el, n hhi k a ore
lor ina'o'iry. ith and wit!iont co
mont; al-o for esc.ivi tion and lil! nu.
Ilidders hl a'l cnclofo. itli eteri pn po al,
the a im ol o'n hui died dollars. c;ish oriorti
I.o I eliei k. " hi 'ii sum is to l3 lorfe.to I to the
city lor tb i rs. of the city of Seri n
ton in ease of omi sien to execute a ro itmrc
in ncordaiiee witii tl o pro;i:is ds if tivva'ded
1 he same. The work is to bo completed within
lilt.y nays from c.aio of award of contract.
'I hii evfrmnt d o.t of tnowoik is $2.:iiH.(yt
'l'h city reserves tne right to reject uuy and
By order of City Councils.
M. T. LAVKI.LE, City Clerk.
Bcr:.ttnn, Ta, July 9,1 SUi.
(jliALKl) PRDPOS I,S WMjL BE HE
D tened at the oftico of tho city clerk,
Hcranton, Pa , until ":.'M o'clock, p. in., Thurs
day, July In, 1MM, to do filling iiiid f eno iii re
(mircdattho Prospec t uvenile culvert, over
the Stafford Meadow Brook, inacoiilancw with
plan and specifications llled in the olllee of
I lie city clerk. IMdders shall state a price for
which tl.oy will cinnpleto the work. Bi dors
sh ell encl. 'so tho Hum of fifty dollara cash or
certified check, with each propos -1. which sum
Is to he forfeited to tho uo of thu city of
Seraiiton in ccso o. contractor oinitdux to ex
ecute a contract for the work within ten days
from dato of award of the same. Tim work ia
to lie computed within sixt days from date
of execution of contract, i ho city reserves
the riKht to reject any and all bids. By order
of city councils.
M. T. LaVEU.E, city clerk,
Hcranton, Ta.. July I', 1HIU.
(JEALED PROPOSALS WILL BS RE
II colved at the ulllco of the city clerk,
Scranton. Pa., until 7.:t(l o'clock; n. in.. Thiirs
day, July 111, lHH. to do lllllni;, eoiiHtruetion of
masonry and retniuimt wall, also the puttiiiit
up ami pniniiiiit oc one nuniiroii and cljlitv
feet of Iron fence, all at l'ittston avenue cnl
vert. '1 he work is to bo done in accordance
with plan and Bpciflcatinna filed in the office
of c Ity clerk. Bidders shall statj price lor
which they will complete Iho work. Iliddors
shall enclose tne sum oi iiltv ( hi; dollars, cash
or co-tilled check, with ench propositi, which
sum is to 1 forfeited tn tho line of l he city of
Keraliton in case of contractor omitting to ex
ocute a contract for the work within ten days
from dntn of award of the name. The work I
to be com pl tod withiu thirty days from date
or execution ot contract. i no cuy reserves
the riirht to reject any and all bids. By or
der of city councils.
M. T. I-AVF.LLE, city clerk.
Bcrnnton, Pa.. July . IKii.
PROPOSALS. WILL BE RECEIVED AT
X tue omco oi jonu ucriuvn, i-rieenurira,
Pi., until Julv IV let'J. for drivinir a rook tun
nel In Jermyn, Na II, from tho U foot vein to
cut the Dunroore vein tee to be 7x14 feet In the
clear and ubout 1.500 feet loinr. Also to sink a
Mint t from surface to Duuuioro votu, size to bo
8x1 feet Iu tho clear and about 1",0 feet don.
Speclllcatlons maybe seen at Pricoburah. We
loser ve tlio light to reject any or nil bids.
W. M. JEKMYN. Hupt.
LMTUATION WAN'lEi:-BY A VOUNQ
O lady who pnnks derm in and Engish.
In cilice or at l ooks preferred. Address H. A.
M., (ielierul Deli vrry.
AA'ANTKD-A WOMAN WANTS WORK
VV by tho day Address S. M., 511 Maple
street, Scranton, Pa.
SITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNU
lsdv to co out to do dr. making or plain
etviiiK by the day. Ad .res C Tribune Olllco.
Advertise in The Tribune.
JTmfj of utt hind) eoti that much, ea
ept Situations WuuUd,whicJi art insert
(Jj75.(iO PER MONTH, CITY OR COUNTRY
O to coiiiiietHnt. wtde-uwnke iusui'snco tiolie
itors: well estuhlfshed tierinauent liuaines.
Address or Inquire second tluor, 5-1 Luek
wanna avo., Bcranton, Pa.
Help Wanted Male.
T A nTe D-llYlllTTrtirTC
' unemployed : ud will work for J13 I'r
week, write MucCounell Bros,. 11 Franklin
street, Boston, Mass.
PLT.AU, (IBOCKKY l'Oll i-M:; UOINO
11 ii (food b.isliicHS; 1,'ocel reasons for n il
iiilf. Call nil or addreis J. O. ACKEUMAN.
IOIl SALE MVtlHAY SADDLE HORSE.
I Can ne ie.'U at -'l North Main av .
( HAS. A. BURR.
BLANK BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, MAOA
zinea, etc., bound or rehounci at Tin
Tiiiuuns olllue. Quick work. Kousonable
MEAL TICKETS CAN BB HAD AT HI,
corner spruce street and Erniiklln ave
nue. Twenty meal tickets for $3.00. Good
1 OST-A CHILD 1IA1U PIN WITH WHITE
J J proline. Finder will be suitably re
warded hy returning tho same to Onlonul K.
II. Hippie, Third Natiuual bank building;.
I WllL OFFER AT I'UB IO SALE ON
1 V',l.w...l..u ...1.. ''. 1KI1 of til r.,.l.. a
m., oil the preinis s, the leasenold estate and
ii-iiu oi years ere ten oy jmienxure ii oiu
U. Sch.ionniak r to Arthur Frotblnabum tnd
l.auiu Frothimthuiu, dated June 1st, lSvj, re
corded in Jlortitnge Book No. ill, pane X't,
etc., ns hy relereiice thereto bud will fully
appear, in lot No. 8 in Square or Block No.
8ii. on WvoininK avonue, on which tho
''Frothinghim Arcade"stuod. The lot is 40
feet wide uud 107 ft . t deup to an idli y.
'lornis will bo made known on day ot sale.
CHAS. a. WELLES.
July 11, Wi.
INSTATE OF EZRA DE W ITT.DEC'E ASF.D.
1-J Notice is hi reoy (jiveu that a rule has
been granted to show cause why Jane U Do
Witt, executrix of tho last will and t staiiient
of said decedent, shall not be discharged from
the duties and liabilities of her appomtraeiit,
Application will be made to have said rule
made absolute a net tho executrix di"etiara'ed,
July lS'JI. S a PRICE,
Attorney for executrix
X t in Independent Kchool District for the
year ending Juno I, lil.
Amount levied for school pur
poses $701 93
Amount levied for building pur
poses , 3M U
Total amount of taxes levied... $1,052 07
From state appropriation for
lhe year ending June. 1MH....J0H 08
Balance on hand from last year Mi (IU
From North Abiufjton township
for tuition 71 0)
Fr. m O. A. Ony for tuition re
ceived from paid pupils 8S0
From collector for tuxes col
lectcd 992 70
Total receipt S'2,070 21
For repair on buildings $ 07 fi6
For teachers' wages WXI ,5
For to s ot collector ($iz.7Uj and
treasurer (:B.7B 76 40
For reel and contingencies i 95
For salary of secretary 20 llil
For debt and interest paid 300 50
For other expenses m CO
For school text books and sup
plies as 74
Total expenditures $1,704 46
Cash on hand $ 305 75
Cash on hand S30 75
Amount due from collector 45 17
Total f 350 IB
Amountof bonds outstauding.$2.600 00
$2 (100 00
Liabilities In exc ess of resources S,l (M
it nets our band this sixth day of July,
EDWARD MILES, President;
A. BALL, Secretary.
There are a great many cards,
pamphlets, circulars and other
advertising matter constantly being
distributed among the public.
Not everybody has a taste for read
ing. Have your printing done in an
attractive and novel style.
Draw people's attention by some
thing catch t and rarely seen.
THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE
is able to please you in cveiy
The Great B
Great New York Clearance Sales
Are now being disposed of at retail by us at Merciless Prices to
reduce them into ready cash and make room for some changes we
are contemplating at our establishment.
We need more room for our steadily increasing trade, and if
price is. any object for first-class goods, Come Now.
Bargains are awaiting you in all departments.
GROSS, FdSTER &. CO.
Connolly & Wallace
Ladies' Black Hosiery
QUANTITY ioo dozen.
QUALITY The best value that has ever come from a for
COLORDyed by "Hermsdorf." That's enough.
PRICE 25c. A PAIR.
Our own stamp. Our own import.
Taffeta Moires 12 c. per yard. Others advertise
them as a bargain at 15 cents.
CONNOLLY & WALLACE
European Plan. Flrst-olas Hr ttnehea,
Depot tor Borttuer A lingel'i Tanubaiuwr
H. I Cor. 15th MdFilktSts, PbllaJi
Most doiirsbl. for residents of N E. Porn
lylvunla. All convenlniieoH lor travelaii
to and from Broad (Street itation and tbii
fifth snd lisrket Ktre.it station. De
tlrable for vlcltiug Keruutonlaas and Ki
tie in tn Anthracite Hstfion.
T. J. VICTORY,
'UR STOCK was damaged by water from the recent explosion and fire, which
Davies & Griffin. The damages allowed us by the insurance companies permit us
to offer GREAT BARGAINS TO BUYERS OF CLOTHING AND FURNISH
INGS. All goods are appraised at 33 cents on the dollar less than cost to make.
There is no 3mell of smoke or fire about thorn and they are equally as good as be
fore. SALE iWW QOIMQ Oti$
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 Gentr Fur
nishings at about one -third the wholesale cost price.
Boys' Waists, 12c.
MEN'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
THE BELL CLOTHING HOUSE
SIGN OF THE BELL. 230 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
tSF-NKXT DOOH TO THE BURNED U.WIES & GRIFFIN BUILDING.
FOSTER & CO.
AND STOCKS FROM THE
Wt have lately had Feather Ueda and I'illowt brought to v by
stranyert who wished to dispute of ' the tame and from whose action
we believed the Jeathert didn't belong to them. We will have no
dealings with such parties.
We wish to caution people against giving into the hands of strang
ers tiVio claim to represent ue, any Feathers, Carpets, etc , which they
H i's' rMiorafcci. Any of our agents can easily identity themselves, or if
uny one who wishes work done in our line, will drop us a card or call
at our factory, u e will promptly attend to their wants and will en
deavor to merit the confidence of everybody.
THE SCUXATUX liKftlilSU CO.,
CU:! and box Lacku, Ave., 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 honest value for the
money. Try us.
205 AUD 207
iJ K&err', v
230 Lackawanna Avenue.
night, June 16, in the store
Neckwear Given Away. Boys' Suits, 74c.
Opp. Court House.
of our neighbors, Messrs.
Underwear, Hats, Handkerchiefs, Outing Shirts, Laundered
Shirts, Suspenders, Silk Vests and and all cods that art
damaged at your own pricj.
Your Watch Lies
if it does not tell the time cor
rectly. Wo guarantee our Watches
TRUE TIME KEEPERS
anil uphold thoui as such accord
ing to tho terms of our building
as a speculation these days. Hare
you seen the heavy tariff the
Wilson-bill imposes oa theml
Their rise in value is as certain
as the shining of the sun in the
Eealer (or Cash in Watches, Diamonds,
Cor.Fenn Ave. and Jprncs St.
For purity, and for Improvement of the oom
plezlon, nothing equali Pozioni'i Powder.