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THE SCI?ANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY AIUH3TNG.' JULY 14, 1S94;
Scranton Wins a Sharply-Contested Twelve
liming Cama from Dazletou.
WON BY HEAVY STICK WORK
Allentowii Takes a Close Game from
Philadelphia, Reading Defeats Potts
villo, and Lancaster1 Crushes Harris
burp; Standing of the Clubs Na
tional and Eastern League Results.
Notes of the Game.
TATE lttttgue games
I " 1 TL- iiliiyeti y este r u a y
l-LLll.',.", weretill remurknbla
for lieiivy liiuins.
liih Willi tliirlv-
V V olio bite to ber
hoMs tho bead of
the list followed by
L u n e i 8 te r and
Pottsville, with Scranton, H izletou and
Heading tie for fonrtli vbie-
The following table jives tho per
centage, number of guinea won and
lost by each club, and their standing iu
the loane race:
Kt lii'ia't.i: ion today.
Scranton at Hic.lt'ton.
Allentiiwn. nt I'liiliulelpulu.
I'ottsville at Koailinp.
llari isbnrg at Lancaster.
THREE HOME RUNS.
We Bladj Enough H ti Off Jordan to
Win T1:U Oam.
tlKeial to the Scmn'.on Trihun.
Hazi.kton", July 13 SjiMtiton de
feated Hnzleton lOi'uy in one of ths
most r.xeitinfc contestu ever witnesHed
nt Huzleton park. The iiitan was re
plete with brilliant plays, aud required
twelve inniugs to decide it.
The feature of the t ime was the
heavy, butitijr of the Scrautou team,
hi tul I z and Wcstluke each bad live bits
to their credit, one of Staltz' baing u
liouie run. Wetz-1 and Mitssey each
had four hits and l'.itchon tbree,two of
which were homers
While Hodson we hit rather freely
and guve eilit men their baBes ou
balls, lie nevertheless struck out sjven
men and aided materially iu winuing
the game for tin visitors. Tho score:
It. II. P.O. A. K.
Jluraii, c. f '2 1 'J 0 0
II. Ely, 1. f 2 I) 3 (1 !
( lark, lb U 1 17 JJ (I
itotlieriuel, . s 1 'J 5 s 1
Jordan, p 0 :.' II -i 0
f'onrov, ill) 1 1 'i 5 0
(iraliam, ah 'i II 3 1
Mi or c 1 :l 1! li 0
l uirliurst, r.f 1 a U U 0
Totals 10 i" M 23 li
it. it. r.o. A. K.
Wetzel, b. s 1 4 o 4 1
llocau, . f :i 1 5 1 1
l'atchen, r. f 'J 3 t 0 0
JIasiicy, lb 0 4 11 0 0
JPhelnn, lib 0 0 . a 0
Htaltz, L f a 5 4 0 1
iuiRers, c 1 1 s 1 1
Westlake, 3b I 5 a a 0
Ilodson, p 1 a U y 0
Totul 11 23 30 l'J 4
Hazlet'n.3 0040001003 0-10
Scrant'u.O 1 3 0 0 0 1 a 0 U 3 1-11
Earned runs H.izlotun 7, Scranton 0.
Two Imse hits Jordan,, llithermel, Wet
zel, I'utchon. Three basn hits Staitz,
Jordan. Homo runs II. Ely, Patchen a,
Stiiltz. Doubh; plays .Moore to t'onroy;
Cirahani to Conroy; iiithorinel to Clark to
Jloore; Kothennel to Clark; U Jtherniel to
Conroy to Clark; Hunan to Westlak-ij I'M
chen to Phnlnn. First base on balls OuT
Jordan 1, Hodson S. Time Three hours.
OTHER STATE LEAGUE RESULTS.
lieadim? 4 1 3 1 4 0 1 fi 7-20
i'ottsville (I 1 li 0 a 0 0 3 2 13
Hits Reading. 22; Pottsvillo,' 14. Kr
rors Reading, li; I'ottsville, 13. Hatterii's
Rhnads aud Goodhart, Wilson, Clare and
Philadelphia. ..0 2004228 0-1 3
Allentowii.... 4 0 0 3 3 1 0 2 114
Hits Philadelphia, IS; AllontrVvn,. 10.
Errors Philadelphia; 4; Allentowii, 4.
Batteries Bradley, -McHuiro and Roth;
Kilroy, Donoghne and Milligan. Cmiiire
Lancaster 3 4 C 3 4 2 S 5 021
llarritburg....O 0130011 00
Hits' Lancaster, 81: llnrrislmrtt, 10. Er
rors Lancaster, 9; Ilarri'sbnrg, 10. 11 t
terrips Scheible and Coto; Hut ton, Wright
NATIONAL LEAGUE RESULTS.
New York.... 2 0200000 04
Pittsburfr 4 8 0 3 0 0 0 0 x 10
Hits New York, 6: Pittsburg, B. Er
ror! New York, 0; Pittsburg,' 3 l'.attor-i'-s
German, VVestorvelt ..ud Farroll;
Ehret and JIaclt. Umpire Emslie.
Koston 4 1 3 2 0 2 0 7 8-22
Cinclunati ...,2 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 27
Hits Uoston, 20: Cincinnati, 13. Errors
Boston, 2; Cincinnati, a. Batteries
Staley and Ryan; Parrott, Tannhlll and
Murphy Umpire Uaffney.
Philadelnhia.,3 2000001 28
Clevland 1 4 0 S 4 1 1 0 x 10
Hits Pliladelphia, 10; Cleveland, 14.
Errors-Philadelphia. !r. Cleveland, 3.
s liatteries Callahan and Buckley; Young
and O'Connor. Umpires Lynch, VVey
hing, Cuppy and Stag. , ,
At St. Louis
Knltiinoro ....2 8 0 0 0 0 0 5 010
St. Louis 3 3 0 0 0 0 5 0 x U
Hits Baltimore, 8; St. Louis, 12. Er
rorsBaltimore, 8; St. Lnnis, 8. liatteries
Ilawke, Me.Miihon and Clarke; Hreiteu
ptfiin and Twiii"hal. Umpires Hartley,
Quiun and Bonner.
At Springfield Hpringtleld, 0; Buffalo, 0.
At Syracuhe Syracuse, 8; Binghamtou,5.
At Troy Troy, 11; Wilkes-Barre, 10.
GLINTS FROM Trie DIAMOND.
Pitcher Hughes has not been released by
Clevelaud wants Right Fielder Hill, of
Potts will hereafter altornate with Dig
giiis behind the bat for Pottsville.
Tim Murnatio says; "Cnt the pitching
distance three feet and tbe games will be
Harry Stovey, the old league ball player,
who haabeeu playing captain and left Held
on the Now Bedford baso ball' team, has
received bis release. Stovey refused to
take a reduction In ealary. The team will
hereafter be captalntd by Pitcher Sexton.
ENTRIES FOR TODAY'S RACES.
Seme Very Flo Contest! Are Expected
at th Driving Park.
Pleasant weather is nil that is re
quired to attract a large crowd of
men and women to the races of the
Gentlemen's Driving club this after
noon, while a fairly f.itt track is the
only requisite to m-iks the necond meet
a succesi from a purely racing stand
point. Tho events have filled far beyond the
expectations of tho ollicials of the club,
no less than tweuty-g!. entries having
been carded in the four trotting races,
and last, but not lenst, ten gentlemen1
drivers will goad ten etubborn mobs
in a mad half-mile scramble for a gold
Liauer's bunil will be nn acceptable
attraction mid will head a procession of
the mules nnd their trainers toward the
track nt 1.30 o'clock from the Wyom
ing house. The first race will be
started nt 2."0 o'clock.
Particulars of tho events follow:
First liace Mules to sulkies; drivers, J.
A. Jlosrs, Frank II. Spencer, J. L.
Crawford, L. hunmll, Walter II. Jer-
in v n, John A. Fritz, Cltarle Schadt, L.
T." Pavno, Dr. U. E. Hill, lr. Charles
Second Race 3,30 class;
1. Victor Koch, bl. g. Weorgo.
2. James Jliars, b. g. Farmer Jliles.
K. .1. L. Crawford, b. g. Fred,
4 Walter Jeruiyn, b. g. (eorge Mad
dorks. 5. Lir. J. L. Weutz, b. g. Horace Jeffer
son. 0. John lionoro, g. m. Nellie.
J lnril Hace 3.IIII c.,rs;
1. Dr. J. L. Ventz, s. m. Molho Itawn.
2. J. F. Siegel, b. g. Frank S.
i. .1. A. Frill., b. m. (ieorgio W.
4. F. C. Hiizzard, b. g. Frank.
a, 11. Jl. Sliellv, b. m. Fannio Blair.
0. L. T. Payne, bl. g. Duke.
7. Frank Merrifleld, b. g. William.
Fourth race, 2.35 class
1. ( li'irles Siliadi, br. g. Johnny.
2. W. u. Parke, (f. g. CoXi'V.
3. Dr. (. E. Hill, b, g. John,
4. Levi patei'sun, b. g. Farmer Boy.
a. Dr. Charles Hill, b. g. Jack.
l. Dr. J. S. Portens, s. m. Jhuid L.
7. Ambroso Spencer, b. g. Tnief .
5. Kiiudolph (.'rippen, b. g. No N'auio.
Fifth race, free for nil
1. Levi Paters in, b. in. Nellie B.
2. Ambrose Spencer, b. ni. ilollie.
3. Walter Jermyn, bl. m. Magnolia.
4. Dr. Charles Hill, g. g. Jim Meant.
u. J. H. Ladwig, s. g. Blew.
''Centaur" has again favored The
TiiiuL XK with inside information, nnd
tips the following horses to liuish one,
two and three:
1. J. L, Crawford's Fred.
2. Dr. J. L. Wentz'-i Horace Jefl'erson.
3. .lames Mean' Farmer Miles, or Walter
Jermyn's Ueorgo Maddocks.
1. Frank Merrillebl's William.
a. J. F. S igel's Frank S.
3. L. T. Payne's Duke.
1. Lovi Paterson's Farmer Boy,
2. Dr. Chnrles Hill's Jack.
3. Dr. J. S. Port-ens' Maud L.
1. Dr. Charles Hill's Jim Mears.
2. Levi Patersou's Nellio B.
3. Ambrose Spencer's Mollie.
F. C. llnzzird's Frank may npset
the calcnlatious in the o-miuute
class and W, li, Parke's Coxey may do
the same trick iu the 2 o3 race. Cox?y
is owned by J. L. Crawford and very
little is known of his past performances.
The horse is entered iu Mr. Parke's
uauie under the rule which allows
members to enter and drive other mem
Ueorgie V and William. 3 minute
class; John and Thief, 2. oj class, aud
Magnolia and Jim Alears, free-for-all,
were conspicuous in last Saturday's
races for their erratic performance.
Since then, however, they have been
given considerable track work und
brushes to such an extut that their
behavior today will be more docile and
hf dies and carriages will be admit
ted tj the park Tree, und a 25 cents ad
mission charged gentlemen. The
starter, timer uud judges will be ap
pointed at the track.
While the management has many de
tails to perfect, it is suggested that for
the benefit of the grandstand audience
some arrangement be made to an
nounce the scratches, starters, change
of drivers and other details which, if
properly made kuown, will win the fa
vor of the spectators and enhance the
success of the meetings,
AFTER DIAMOND PRIZES.
fcranton Men Who Will Participate in
Ralph A. Gregory and Rib White,
of the Green Midge wheelman, left
here onthe 0 07 Blooinsbnrg train last
night for J-iorwiek, where they willrido
today in the local bicycle races. Both
are entered in the one-mile open und
half-mile events, for which tho first
prizes ure a i:!j and !a. diamond re
spectively. John Ilolr, of Flory &
Holt, was also in tho party and will
compete in the lo-mile road race.
Gregory, particular? is in fine fettle
and his friends nr confident thai he
will return at least with honors and
probably with prizes; it is nlso ex
pected that White uud Holt will give
a good account of themselves.
Gilmore, of the Scranton club, in
tended to participate but had to
abandon the idea owing to a disappoint
meat in obtaining his raciug wheel.
WHIRLS OF THE WHEcLM EN,
Tricycle championships are still a feature
at Engiisu race meets.
The rumor that John S. Johnson, the
seinl-proto.-Miiiml liicyclo racer, nau deter
mined to go to France and ride for money
prizes i-i denied by Tom Eck, his manager
Permission has been extended by the
l-ipague or American wneeimeu to the fol
lowing Cnnndinu cyclists to compete in
races held in this country: W. S, liisnard,
Kicnnru jjiem aim n. frasor.
Johnson intends to visit the Wnltbam
track some time during this month, and
nttempt to lower Jleintie's hour record.
He is confident that under more favorable
conditions, be can ride tho mile in about
Thomas Mullen, a reckless horseninu of
Malone, N. Y.. last week paid $15 "for as
sault in the third dogren," the assault con
sisting of the upsetting a lady cyclist.
who drew to one side of the road to es
cape his furious driving. Mullen pleaded
a runaway norse, utit it availed nothing.
Wood rims aro becoming a source of
much complaint. Experience demon
trates that spoko wire that will with
stand the severest usage in a steel rim is
found wanting; when used as it in, In rims
ot wooci. i ne mirerunoe in tms tensiio
strength of the rims Is marked. The chief
clillicnlty with wood rims at prosout ex
perienced is caused by the "pokes Dearlnit
at the- nipples. I have also seen wood
rims smashed to sulluters by a fall or col
lision, when metal rims would, at the
most, receive but a dent. Trie wheel.
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and so popular as to need no special men
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ttpt Situations T)'aied,uAicA are insert
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1 ing new artirles to ileali'is: exclusive
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ii men to represent us; Sis weekly; Hlato
ago anil giv 1'i'lnieinu. Address .MnliulH.'-
turer, P. (. llux T.sj, Philadelphia, Pa.
07.YHI PER MONTH. CITY OK COUNTKY
O to emntietent wititi-jiivitke ilisulMlu'e sole:-
itnrs; well estitiilislii"' ; .vnaueut liusinem.
Address or inmiire aeenud Moor, 54 i.aeU-
uaiiun ave., Scranton, Pa.
Help Wanted Male.
U' A N T P. 1) - li'' Y (. )V A KK A "c A T 1 1 o L U ',
uneniployeil mul will work for Sia per
week, write .MMeConnell llroH., 11 I'laiililiu
strei't, lUisti.n, Mass.
VnTlTsA l':MTTrurvrAl iDI.H 1 IU It S li.
J Can l.e :e;liat Noi tii .Main av .
C'HAS. A. lll'IIIt.
IlLAXIt HOOKS, PAMPHLETS, MAO A
It mes, ote., bound ov rebound nt TuK
Tuim.'XK olliee. yuiek work. Heinonable
MliAL "TICKETS CAN UK HAD AT H4.
coiuer ISpruco street mid Hraukliu ave
nue. Twenty meal tickets lur fo.o0. Uood
1 OST-A UOI.b'lLUU 1'IS WITH WIHTR
I i ill I... ...i.ul.K. v..
14 prongs. rumer ui .-iiMn'"j
warded by I'ettirninir the same to Colonel K.
II. uipplo, 'J lino national LaiiK ouiuiiiik.
VUTICE IS HEKEBY tllVEN THAT AN
-i application will be made to tiled .vernor
ofPenusvlvania on Monday, tho second day
of July, is'.'l. bv Watts C. Van lilarcoin,
Howard Withers, Kdmuinl A. lintl. David
Siiruks and Louis J. Siebeeker, under the Act
of A senibty, entitled "An act to provide lor
tlio incorporation nnd regulation of certain
corp rations, " approved April t'.i, nTI. and
too supplements thereto, for the charter of
nn imeneeil corporation to bo called tho
Crescent Coal Mining Company, the charac
ter and object of which is Iho mining, prepar
ing for market and selling anthracite coal,
ii'id fer these purpos-s to have, possess awl
enjoy nil therightH, benetlts and privileges of
said Act of Assembly and supplements thereto.
PATTEUSO.N & WILCOX,
CKAl.KD ''PROPOSALS WILL BE K15-
0 t-eived at the rooms of the Hoard of Health,
Scranton, Pa until 3 o'clock fi m., Friday,
tlie JUth day of J ily, 1SI, to construct a re
taining wall and make the neeehsary excava
tion for same, around the Crematory building
iu the 7th ward, in accordance with plans und
specifications on tile iu the office ot tho city
engineer. Hidden shall state a price for
which thoy ni l complete the work. Bidders
shall enclose the sum of fifty Hollars, cash or
ci'i'titted check with each proposal, which
sum is to be forfeited to the use ol the City
of Scranton in ease of contractor omitting to
execute u contra t for file work within ten
davsfrom date of tho auai'd of same. Tim
work is to be completed within thirty days
from date of ex cut ion of contract. Thi
Board reserves the right to reject any and all
bids. jmes k. ben i ley. .w.d.,
Scranton. Pa.. July 14th, 18HI.
SEALED PUolWALS WILL BE KE
ceived at th olliee of the Street Commit.
s oner, -crant n, Pu., until 7.8U o'clock p.m.
1 hursday, .1 uly in, 1114. ior the laying of
t! ystoue sidewalks and the sotting of curb
stones on South Main avenue, between i-u-zei
ne nnd Hampt on t-treets, sa'd work to bo
don'j in accoi daueou ith ilau and specifications
tiled in the ollico of t io City Clerk, liiilders
are required to state separate price for lay
ing of flagstone sidow.ilks and setting cf
cui'bstoiios Tuo city reserves the righ t to
reject any and ad Ills. By order of City
PHILIP KIR ST, Street Commissioner.
Scranton. Pa., July 10, 1SH4.
C BALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
n ceived at the oltieo of tin Street Com.
missione". Scranton, Pa., until J. 3 o'clock p.
m Thursday, July IV, 18i4, for the laying of
flagstone silowalks pavel gutters, and the
settinr of curlsionns on tho west rn sidoof
Seventh street, f mil Lackawanna avenue to
Scranton street, said work to l o dono in ac
cordance with plans and k cciilca'ions tiled
in the ollico of tho City Clerk. Bidders ure
required to slate separate prico for laying of
flagstone sidewalks, pavod uutiers. aud set
ting of curbstones. The city reserves the
right to reject uuy and all bids. .By order of
PHILIP KIRST, Street Commissioner.
Scranton. Pa., July 10, IM'I.
CEA1.ED PROPOSALS WILL BE HE
O ceived nt the olMco of the City Clerk,
Scran on, Pa., until ".J) o'clock p, m. Thurs
day. .Inly l!l. ls!'(. to construct a ston" ni'i'h
culvert on North Main nvotme over I eg wtt s
cio iK iu in: "orduuc ' w ih the plan onil si eci
lic itiMi llierelor ll!o l in the olliee of City
( lerk. Holders shall s:a'e price fornldeh
they will complete th i woi k ns sliown ( n plan
and sp client ons, i.u 1 sfall a h is tut a piiuo
f r winch they will pevl'orin any cxtia work
that ml ht lo nee "sllae I, nnrng a prie)
tor ina-ojry. w ith and with' ut ce
ment; ul-o for excivatlon and tilliu.
Bidders sha'l eie lose. with ou h propo al,
the s'.uu o.' n il1 Ion. died dollars, cash or corti -lie
1 check. hi 'h sum is lo bo lorfo.toj to the
city lor tin us! of tho city ot Scran
ton iu case offind-sion toexecuto a contracc
iu nc iiidancii with tbe proposals if nwa-ilsi
IlieHaiuo. The work is to lie completed within
I'oty linvs from date of avard of coiitniet.
'J In estunat d to-t of the work is S3,:i!H.W3.
TO" city reserves tho right to reject any und
Byordorof City Councils.
M. T. LAVKLLE, City Clerk.
Scranton, Pa , July , 1H4.
CEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
ceived at llin ollico of tho city clerk,
Scranton, Pa., until l.'ti o'clock, p. in., Thurs
day. July In, Istil, to do fllliiigaud fenc ng re
quired at tho Prospect avoutie culvert, over
the Stat'ord Meadow Brook, iniicordiinc" with
plan and ep"Cifcations filed ill the olliee of
the city clerk. Bidders shall state a price for
which tl oy willcoinplnto tho work. Bi .dors
sh ill enclose the sum of fifty dollars, cash or
certified check, withcach proposal. which sum
is to be forfeited to tho use of the city of
Sji antou in o ism oi contractor omitting to ex
ecute a contract for the work within ten days
from date of award of the same. The work is
to be completed within sixty days from date
of execution of contract. The city reserves
the right to reject liny and all bids. By order
of city councils.
M. T. LAVELLE, city clerk.
Scranton, Pa.. July H, 1SU4.
y BALED PROPOSALS WILL' Ii7kT
f calved at the oflleo of tho city clerk,
Scranton, Pa., until 7.:iU o'clock, p. m., Thurs
day, July l'J. lSPt. lo do filling, construction of
masonry and retaining wall, also the putting
tU and iminting of one hundred und eighty
feet of Iron fence, all at Pittston avenue cup
vert. 'Hie work is to be done in accordance
with plan and specifications Hied in the ollico
of city clerk. Bidders hIiuII stats prico for
which thoy will complete the work. Bidders
shall oncloso the sum of fifty ."id) dollars, cosh
or ce tilled check, with encn proposal, which
sum Is to be forfeited to the uso ot the city of
Scranton in case of contractor omitting to ex
ecute a contract for the work within ton dnvs
from dnto of award of the siime. The work is
to be completed within thirty days from date
or execution ot contract. 1 lie city reserves
the right to roji-ct any and all bids. By or
der of city councils.
M. T. LAVELLE, city clerk.
8crsnton, Pa.. July , IMH.
PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED AT
J tho office of John Jermyn, Prloeburgh,
Pa., until July pi, 1WI, for driving n rock tun
nel in Jermyn, No. 3, from tho 14 foot voin to
cut the Dnnmore vein size to be 7x14 feet in tho
clear ami about 1.600 feet long. Also to sink a
shaft from surface to Dunmore vein, size to be
hxlZ Icetln the clear and about laO font deeu.
Specifications may bo seen at Prlceburgh. We
reserve tlio rignt to reject nnv or all bids.
W. M. JERMYN, Supt.
WE CAN atVC YOU
1 Work you 'will meed soon.
The Scranton Trihune Job Dept.
'P'HE !'ABSONAOENEXT TOTUKFllWT
J. Presbyturion Church o:i Vushlngton,
win ou Miiu or removoa to uiaKa rx m ior a
new lit i diug on im ground. Also tho plumb
iuk miruca mm mautios in uu ooumj, uuu
fence, ttaustoun, ic.. out.-ide. For partic
ulars call ou M. 11. HOLOATE.
OCRANTON REAL ESTATE AND IN
k' VESTMENT AOENt.'Y
otter bargains us fsl own:
tllY B HI a ESS PROPERTY,
lift, front by M ft. deep, ou Sprmo
street, relila furS7l $10,0(0
40 fi. front by 60 ft. deep, on Spruce
street, corner alley lO.ril
Thesotogothergive.su It, front on Sprue,
street but ween IVnn and Franklin, with alley
on Mile, speak quickly as i-pruco street prop
erty is advancing lup.uly.
CITY KKSIlHKNLE PROPERTY.
CORNER MONROE AND VINE streets,
lot iiUxKii, two dwellings, $,MW, giving u nic
residence and an income for small iiivuitiuuut;
ALSO A PLOT OF 3 LOIS, ea h 4i'.l.'n. aiv
ing l'J) tt. front on Monroe avenue n. a- Vim
street. '1 hose mnke a lir-t-ehcis ntsidenco plot
iu a very dosirablo locality. Coal not reserve
under these lots- goes with the surface, ll
not sold in one plot will sell aliovj separately.
A line rcsideiiu.i inUrecn itidge. coruo- Jcf
fersou ami Llucti ic, lot tt'ixoj, S r ioius ai:d
bath, easy terms, Ja.ntli.
Lot iinxlso, South Main uvonue. a-ljoiniiu'
residence ol Smith II. Molt, price, S::,7iJ; 'd-(-lots
nn Rock street aud West End place. Onlj
A IIEACTIKCL HoML AT DALTON, PA.,
modern house; spring water piped uito it from
hill bin k, barn lor three horses and two cows,
lieunery with cemented floor, young fruit,
line lawn, grand outlook; one and a half to
three acres, usdosircd, t.'i.lHill.
Also lot-i of about fame size ou Western
Slope, Dulton. Call or undress
SMI 1 11 H. Al. TT, Manager,
No -l-'l Lack. aye. rear board Hade.
I WIIL OFI ER AT P1. B IU SALE ON
1 Wediiisdiiy, .itily aj, ISji, at 10 o'clock u.
in., on the preo is s. the leasehold i-state am.
term of years ere ted by Indenture from
U. Schoonmak rtoArihur Krothinglriai am.
Laura )' lotlnughaui, ihited June 1st, ls-s, re
corded iu llul mage Book No. page UL'I
etc., us by reterenie therein ln.d will full,
appear, in lot No. 3 iu Sonar; or Block N"
l T ; ...l,i..l. ....
tl't, VII ,1 VOlUITlg 11 "11 ll", OU ,,111. I, .1-
Fi'otliiuglnui Arcu'lu" stood. The lot is 4
foot wido and hi", feet deep to all sllry.
Terms will be made known on day ot sale.
LliAS. 11. Y 1-l.LI'.
July II, HU.
INSTATE o' Martha Taylor, lit- of lb
1 J Borough of Olyphant, Pa., decusid.
Letters or admiiustrailou upon tbeub"
named estate havtiur liecn grauted to tl
in derslgnud all per-oiis I avim cla ins or d
mnuds ngiiiiiNt said estate w ll present tliei.
tor payment and those iudebti d theret wi.
pi. lis i lliak 1 belnediat ! p:ivltl'-llt to
WlLLAKl), WARREN" & KNAPP,
Attorui.ys for Estate.
JOHN TAYLOR, Acinr.,
O lady who ipeaks llerm:n and Kogish
In othceor at I ooks prtfericil. Ad lrei S. A
M.. Uelleral Oeliv. rv.
UrANTED-A WOMAN WANTS WORK
by tho dav. Address S. M.. 611 Mali o
striK-t, Scriintoti, Pa.
C1TCATION WANTED BY A YOl'NO
L 1 la.!,. . a .f t.. .1.. .1. ,u ,,...1.1., . .... ..I..1-
sewing by the duy. Ad ;ros (.'. i'r.o me Olliee.
Laurel Hill Park
September 6 and 794
The committee has re
ceived assurances that no
less than FIVE of the
greatest bands in the states
of Pennsylvania and New
York will participate in the
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The Scranton Tribune
eat Bankrupt Sale
Great New York Clearance Sales
Are now being disposed of at retail by us at Merciless Prices to
reduce them intb 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 Sc CO.
QUANTITY ioo doen.
QUALITY The best value that has ever come from a for
COLORDycd by "I Iermsdorf." That's enough.
PRICE-25c. A PAIR.
Our own stamp. Our own import.
Taffeta Moires 12c. per yard. Others advertise
them as a bargain at 1 5 cents.
Eurcponn n.in. Fir't-cliuei Bar attichM.
l'euot tor Uui'Kiior tt hugel'i Tauihauor
U Cor, 15th End Whlli, Mih
Host doairahls for rontdentu cf N.K. Ton'
fylvuida. All eonveuieucea lor traveler,
to and from Broxd Street itntiorj nod tha
Twelfth and Market Struct hUtiou. Lie
lirable for vintii.g Scruntonlam uij p
lit in tho Anthracite. Haglou.
T. J. VICTORY,
OUR 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 U3
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 before.
and will last about 30 days, as the goods WILL and MUST BE SOLD as quickly
Here is an unequalled chance to procure High-class Clothing and Gents' Fur
nishings at about one -third the wholesale cost price.
Boys' Waists, 12c. I
MEN'S SUITS, formerly sold fir $10
MEN'S SUITS, formerly sold for $ 16
MEN'S PANTS, formerly sod lor $5
BOYS' SUITS, formerly sold for $3
SIGN OF THE BELL. 230 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
MT.XKXT DOOK TO THIS BLllXEl) DAVIES & tlUII'l'IN 11U1LD1XU.
lew York Sheriff's Sale
AND STOCKS FROM TIIE
ll niaie lately had Feather Hetls and 1'illoun brmtyht to usby
stiHMjei who wished to dispose of the same and jroM whose uction
we belieced the jeuthers didn't Mohq to them. H'e will hace no
dealinis with such purtiei.
H'e wish to rautiun people aoainnt ijiciiiy into the hands of strang
ers who etuim to represent tlx, any Fealhern, Carpets, (te , ufiicft they
v ish rtnoeideil. Any of our ayenf.i can easily identify themielees, or if
any one who wishes work done in our tine, will drop us a card or call
at our factory, we will promptly attend to their wants and will en
deavor to merit the conjidence of everybody.
TUK SCHXATUX Itkuli'lXU CO.,
O.i : and box Lacka, Ace., (.'or. Adams.
See our FIFTEEN DOLLAR Solid
Oak licdrooni Sett
We sell Furniture a3 cheap as
any house in the country that in
tends to give honest value for the
money. Try us.
m AUD 207
Neckwear Given Away.
0pp. Court House.
Boys' Suits, 74c.
Underwear, Hals, Handkerchiefs. Outing Shirts, Laundend
Shirts, Suspenders, Silk Vests and ar.d all goads that ar
damaged at your own pries.
Your Watch Lies
if it does not tell the time cor
rectly. We guarautee our Watches
TRUE TIME KEEPERS
and uphold tbeui as such accord
ing to the terms of our building
DIAMONDS ARE TRUMPS
as a speculation these days. Nave
you seen the heavy tariff the
Wilson bill imposes ou themt
Their rise iu value is as certaia
as the shining of the sun in the
Dealer fur C'uh In Watches, tlnmondi,
Cor.Fenn Ave. and fprocs St.
Ladies Who Value
A refined complexion must use Pononl'i Fowl
der. It produces soft and beautiful skin,