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TI1JE KU1SAJNTUJV 'I'UlUVMJSTVXiOUAX flUKmtt, -JUJI 17, lOifi.
The Pbiladclpblans Fall Easy Yicllnu to the
KAZLETONS VANQUISH ALLENT6WN
Pottsvillo Taken Into Camp by the
Harrisburg Ball Tossers Lancaster
Takes a Game from Reading.
Standing of the Clubs National
and Eastern League Results Base
Ball, Bicycling and Horse Notes of
Interest to Respective Sport Lovers.
TTfHILADE L P II I A'S
rin' 1 LlJ J defeat by Scranton
;'VV yesterday enabled
ifi-i tho latter club to
LiisM fjj move up into third
jilnce forcing Putts
villa down into
fourth position. Al
lentown luit its) first
gnme of this series
to Hnzleton, there
by blighting its hopes of being Rbleto
win the number of games that Harris
burp diil the first season. Lancaster
and Harrisburg were also winners yes
terday in the crimes with Reading and
Tho followiug table gives the per
centages, number of games won and
lost by each club, and their standing in
the league rase-
Won. Lost. PerC't.
Allentown 0 1 .S!"j7
Lancaster S " ."U
f-'crnnton 4 3 .571
Pottsville 3 3 .5:i0
Harrisburg 3 4 -4'JS
Hnzleton 3 4 .4:J8
lleadiug il 4 .:3
PhilmUlplim.... 1 0 .143
SCHEDULE FOR TODAY.
Philadelphia lit Scranton.
Allentown at Hnzleton.
Iteflditis! at Lancaster.
Pottsville at llunisburg.
EASY VICTORY FROM PHILLIES.
Viiltors Secured Ouly One Rua and That
Waa a Fiaot ot Luok.
Manager Randall brought his Phila
delphia State leugne club up from tin
Qaaker City yesterday and in the after
iiuim exhibited the members thereof to
a good-sized audience at the ball park.
It was the team's tirst trip away from
hocus and the players may have been a
little frightened; at all events they did
not put up a very brilliant article of
There was a lack of team work on
the part of the visitors that robbed the
game of much of its 'interest and
caused it to drug.
Bradley was the visitor's pitcher.aud
for the first three innings he was a
puzzle for the Scranton batsmen.Staltz
being the only one to find him safely.
His support was ragged anil he evi
dently became discouraged. Iu the
fourth Staltz knocked out a three base
hit, Rogers following it with a single,
and Westlake with a drive for two
SLUoaisa w the fifth.
The fifth inning was Mr. Bradley's
Waterloo. Wetznl opened with a sin
gle, Hogaa bunted neatly aud reached
first, Patchen landed on the sphere for
three bases, Phelan for two bases, and
Rogers for a single. In the seventh
Phelan secured a three bagger and
Rogers a double.
Altogether the bom team secured
fourteen hits and ten runs while the
black capped sons of Philadelphia had
to be contented with one.
That run was an accident It was
mndj in the fourth. Stephenson, the
first batsman, found the ball for three
bases, Garrett was retired on a foul Hy
to Patcben and Lauer etrucic out.
ChiMa poped up a Texas league hit
and Hogan and Wetzel started for it at
full speed. Ttiere was no command
for oither player to take the ball and
as they approaehed it they decreased
their speed to avoid a collision and the
ball f.-ll between them. That allowed
Stephenson to score the only run Phil
adelphia secured. Ilodton struck out
six men, gave one a base on balls and
bit another with a pitched ball, The
R. 11. P.O. A. K.
Wetzel, s. s 1 1 0 0 0
Hocan, c. f. 1 1 8 0 0
Pntclien, c 3 8 8 0
SJaKsey, lb 114 10
Puclan, 2b. 2 2 4 1 0
Btaltz, L f 2 a 2 1 0
Kor.ts. r. f 0 8 2 0 0
Westlake, 3b 0 I 1 0
Hoilaon. D 0 I 0 1 0
.10 14 27 7 .0
Rath, c 0 . 1 f. 0 1
Toy, cf 0 8 3 0 0
Foulkrod, 3b 0 12 4 0
sterjhensnn. rf 110 0 0
Horrett. If 0 1 2 0 2
Liner, lb 0 0 , 10 0
Child. 2b ;. 0 18 3
O'Brien. H. s 0 0 3 ' 4 1
Bradley, p 0 1 0 !4 0
Clark, c 0 o u l o
1 8 27 14 6
Pcrauton 2 10 14 0 11 (1-10
Philadelphia. .0 0010000 0-1
Earned runs Scranton. Gj Philadelphia.
1. Two base bits Phelan, Roiiers. West-
lako. Toy, Child. Three base hits
Patchen, I'tielnn, Htultz, Moronson. lilt
l)v Ditcher netzeL Hoeors. (JMkls.
Stoleu btscs Wetzel, Hopan 2, Patchen,
JUassey. Staltz. Toy. BrrucK out iloil.
rou. 6: Bradley. 4. Base on balls By
Bradley, 1. Double plays Staltz to West
lHke. Pasuort balls Ruth. Time of game
a hours, umpire uorcorau.
OTHER STATE LEAGUE RESULTS.
Hnzleton 3 0 2 0 1 1 0 19 R-28
Allontown 2 2 3 0 0 1 8 0-14
Hite-Hazleton, 29: Allentown, 17. Er
rors Hazleton, 2; Allentown, 2. Batter.
lfs Ely, Moore and fcalrnnrst; JJonohue
Milligau and Costello.
Lancaster 5 0 0 6 2 1 0 0 14
Reading 0 1000000 0-1
Hit Lancaster, 18; Rending, 4. Errors
Lancaster, 1; Mending, t. iiattories
Bclieible and Cote, Cummings and Otooil
Harrif.burg....5 0200000 18
rottsviiip u 040UUU00
Hits-Harrisburg, 13; Pottsville, 8. Er
rors RarriBburtr. 2: Pottsville, 4. Batter'
ips Sprcgel, Kinluk and Wente; Fox and
rous. umpire Kinn.
NATIONAL LEAGUE RESULTS.
Boston 0 0000020 0-
Philadelnhia..O 0 0 840200-0
Hits-Boston. B: Philadelphia, . 12. Er
rors Bostou, 0; Philadelphia, 0. Batter
les htivetts ana Kyan; warper ana MUCK
ley. Umpire Stage and Carsey.
Cleveland 0 0 3 0 0 0 S 0 1-0
Cincinnati.... 0 1 0 ,0 0 0 0 0 0-1
mis Cleveland, i;i; Cincinnati, tt, Er-
rors-weveiana, u;. Cincinnati, t. flatter
ies Young and Zlmmer; Parrott aud Mur
phy. V mpire Hurst.
Louisville 1 0 0 4 1 5 0 0 x-11
Chicago 3 1 0 4 0 0 0 8 010
Hits-Louisville. 14: Chicago. 10. Er
rors Louisville. 5: Chicago, 4. Battprios
Hemming and Urim; (iriflith and Kitt-
redge. Umpire Hartley.
At St. Louis
Pittburg 0 0040000 2-0
St. Louis 8 0030401 x-11
Hits-Pittsbunr. 7: St. Louis. 13. Errors
Pittsburg, 2: tit. Louis, 7. Batteries
Killen, Colcolough and Made; Breitenstoiu
and Twineham. Umpire Uaffuey.
At Troy Troy, 13; Binghamton, 4.
At Syracuse Syraiuse.O; Wilkes-Bar re. 7.
At Spriugfleld-Erie, 12; Springfield, 5.
ANOTHER SCHEDULE ARRANGEO.
Th State League Meeting at Liacaater
Lancaster, July 10 The sun wis
allowing its. If when the Pennsylvania
State league mngnntes adjourned this
moruiug. For u wonder everything
passed oil harmoniously, and the dove
of peace once more hovers over the
camp. President Meyers banded in Ins
resignation, but It was not accepted.
Ins trouble between Lancaster and
Harrisburg was patched up and the
latter was instructed to pay Lan
caster the guaratitee withheld last
Saturday. The scheduler
July 17 Philadelphia at Scranton, Read
ing at Lancaster, Alloutown at llazletou,
Pottsville at Harrisburg.
July 18 and 1U Philadelphia at Hazlo
ton, Alloutown at Scrautou, Harrisburg
at Beading, Pottsville at Lancaster.
July 2U Lancaster at liarrisourg.
July 20 and 21 Allentown at Philadel
phia, Hazlelou at Scranton, Reading at
July 22 Harrisburg at Lancaster.
Julv 23 and 21 Philadelphia at Lancas
ter, Pottsville at Scranton. Harrisburc at
Allentown, Hazleton at Reading.
July 25 and 2U Harrisburg at Philadel
phia Ueuding at Scranton, Pottsville at
lluzleton, IjauCHxter at Allentown.
July 27 and 28 I'hilndcluhia at 1'otts-
villa Lancaster at Scrautou, Harrisburg
nt Hnzleton, Allentown ut Ruading.
July all and at Philadelphia at Ueading,
Harrisburg at Scranton, Lancaster at
liizlctou. Pottsville at Alloutowa.
Aui;. 1 and 2 Philadelphia at Lancaster.
Hazleton at Pottsville, Scranton at Bead
ing, Allentown at Harrisburg.
Aug. 3 aud 4 Philadelphia at Harris
burg, Allentown at Laticaitor, Hazleton
at Beading, Scranton at Pottsville.
Auir. 0 and 7 Philadelphia at lieauiug.
Alloutown at Pottsville, Hazleton at Lan
caster, Scranton at Harrisburg.
Aol'. 8 aud 9 Pottsville at Philadel
phia, Reading at Allentown, Hazleton at
ILu-risburg, Scranton at Lancaster.
Aug. iu Uueu. Aug. 11 llazloton at
Scranton, Reading at Pottsville, Lancas
ter at Harrisburg.
Aug. U and 14 Philadelphia at Allen
town, Pottsville at Beading.
Aug. 14 Harrisburg at Lancaster, Scran
ton at Hazleton.
Aui;. 15 and 18 Phlladolnnia at Hazle
ton, Allentown at Scranton, Lancaster at
Ueading, Harrisburg at Pottsville.
Aug. 17 and 18 Philadelphia at Scran
ton, Allontowu at Hazletou, Harrisburg at
Keudiug, Lancaster at Pottivillo.
Aug. 211 and 21-Hzteton at Philadel
phia, Scranton at Allentown, Pottsville at
Harrisburg, Reading at Lancaster.
Aug. 22 and 2;i .''crantou at Philadel
phia, Pottsvillo at Lancaster. Harrisburg
at Ueuding, Hazleton at Allentown.
Aug. 24 aud 2o tisncaster at Philadel
phia, Harrisburg at AUeutown, Pottsville
at Hazletou, Heading at Scranton.
Aut;. 27 and 28 Philadelphia at Harris
burg, Pottsville at Scranton, Reading at
llazletoti, LaucsBier at Allentown.
Aug. 29 and 30 Philadelphia at Potts
ville, Laucaster at Hazleton, Harrisburg
at Scranton, Reading at AUeutown.
Sept. 1 (a. m. and p. m. Philadelphia at
Allentown. (a. in.) Scranton nt Hazleton.
Reading at Pottsville, (p. m.) Ilazleiou at
Scranton, Pottsville at lieadlng. Lancas
ter and Harrisburg are also scheduled for
Sept. 3 aud 4Phllapelpbla at Heading,
Harrisburg at Hazleton, Lancaster at
Scranton, Pottsvillo at Allentown.
Sept. 5 and 0 Philadelphia at Lancaster,
Allentown at Harrisburg, Scrautoa at
Rending, Hnzleton at Pottsville.
S.-pt. 7 and 8 Harrisburg at Philadel
phia, Allentown at Lancaster, uazieton st
KeiuUug, Scranton at Pottsville.
Sept. 10 and 11 Reading at Philadelphia.
Hazleton at Lancaster, Allentown at Potts
ville, Hazleton at Harrisburg.
Sept 12 and 13-Pottsville at Philadel
phia, Scranton at Lancaster, Allentown at
Ueading, Scranton at Harrisburg.
'ihe championship season ends on Sept,
GLINTS FROM THE DIAMOND.
McGraw and Bronthers. of Baltimore.
have each ouly struck out twice this sea
Donovan is again captain of the Pitts
burg team. Lyons could not stand the
Fox. of Pottsville, lias an offer from the
irmuiwrT of the Manhattan Colloge club of
New York city. He is wanted as pitcher
and coach lor the cluu.
The Hustlers chidlenee the James Dova
to a came or ball Sunday, July 22, on the
James Boys' grounds at 2.80 p. m. Answor
in tomorrow's Triiipnb.
The Baltimore club has signed a now
rrtchcr named Boyle, a brother of Jack
Bo vie, of the Philadelphia. Ho is to be
used in case Clark is injured before Robin-
sou is able to play.
Sweeney, of Allentown, and Rothormel.
of Huzleton, are considered by many the
two lending Bhort Btops in the State
league Allentown Chronicle. What
about our own Shorty Wetzelr
Tho Haverhill is mannged by John Ir
win, cf Wilkes-Bar re tame, and it con
tains a number of well known plovers.
Among them are "Snap" Lang, Tim Shin
nick, Con Lucid and Fred Lake.
Foreman, the old loagne pitcher, seems
to have regained bis one time skill. He
struck cut eleven men of tho Sioux City
team, who are among tho Hardest hitters
iu the Western league, in a gaino on Buu
day at Toledo.
The Scranton Stars challenge tho Scran
ton Juniors or the Little Tycoons to a
gamo of ball on the High School grounds
next itnrday nlternoon at 2 o'clock,
Bernard Dougherty, captain. Answer
through The 'i mmune.
Manager Hanlon, of the Baltimore Base
Ball club, has announced that he hns com
pleted a trade with Maniigor Tobeau, of
the Cleveland club, by which John Clark'
son and "Tony" Mullnne will exchange
places. It Is understood that the trade is
ou even terms.
President Kerr, of the Pittsburg club,
one or the league directors, has become
strong advocate of moving the pitcher
forward to where be was before the new
rule was adopted. Ho claims that
change mast be made as speedily as -possible,
as the big scores are ruining pitchers
and disgusting the public.
Hard times have strnck the Erie Base
Ball club so bard that it is feared that the
injuries eustnined may prove fatal. In
other words the Blackbirds may conclude
not to nniBh t ne season. Hereafter when
at home the Erie ball playors will have to
People Don't Grow Famous in a Harry.
Carlsbad Sprudel Salt did not
become known in a day. It took
conturies to acquire ita present
fame. For all diseases of the
stomach, liver and kidneys,' as
woll as m conshpalion, rheumatic
alicctions and diabetes, it is with
out equal. Best results obtained
when out-door exorcise can be
had. Obtain the cenuino article
which has the signature of "Eis
ner & Mendelson Co., Sole agents, ' '
on every bottle.
What Pre-DIgested Food Is Doing
for Dyspeptic People,
ITS WONDERFUL EFFECTS
Thin People Raplilly Gain Flesh bv Tak
ing- l'UHkula, the Newly Discovered
l're-Dicestod Food Itemark
lllilo Cures of Iudtfrstlou.
PtiBkola works wonders I
That is what people who take it say,
and the statement is repeated by the
druggists who sell it. There has never
boen such a demand for any prepara
tiou as there now is for Paskola, the
pre-digested food. The druggists say
that a large stock of it is rapidly dis
posed of iu moeling the calls that are
constantly made for it.
Dvspeptio sufttjrers who have tried
Paskola as a last resort, after taking
other remody tbey could find, havi
been delighted to notice their symp
toms soon disappearing. Pale, thin
people who take Paskolo rapidly gain
The fact of the matter U, Paskola is
ii Rciontilio discovery. It is not an
old-fashioned remedy like the greasv,
evil-smelling cod-livor oil, a relio of u
past age. rmkoin is the outcome or
modern research and progress. It cures
bvcausd Jtis based on correct princi
l'askou is not a medicine, but a
food, pleasant to the taste and agreea
ble to the weakest stomach. Being
pre-digested, it is instantly aborbed by
the system when it is swallowed, en
tering at ouce iuto the tissues of the
bodv to form now 11 'sh and blood. It
builds up the strength, gives tone to
the stomach, enables other food to be
properly digested. Delicate stomachs
cauuot stand sickening cod-liver oils
and other fatty mixtures. Paskola has
Children thrive wonderfully when
they lire given P.iskola. Thev like it
and cannot get enough of it. As a
means of imparting health, strength
aud vigor to the puny little ones, it is
iou can obtain Paskola of any good
druggist and a free p iinphlet will be
mailed by the Pre-Digfstei r ood (Jo.,
80 lieade Street, New Jfork.
roll and mow the Held themselves or qa it
the game. This follows as the effect ot
Utouudkeeper's JUmpby's releaso for the
sake of economy. Murphy has been n-
cagua in a biumar capacity by the Cleve
land National league club.
Champion Boxer Corbett has been play
ing base ball to EuL'lish bleachers. He and
his company have formed a base ball club
in England and are playing the local clubs
in every city they meet. " Five thousand
people saw them beat the Sheffield team
several days ago. The scoro was 18 to S.
torbett plays short stop. Brady first base.
Delauey pitcher, McVoy catcher, Donald
son second base. Bud Woodthorpe third
base, Wilson center field, Hendricks left
UVld, and Fireman right Held. Tliey play
the Music Hall team iu London before
leaving for America,
"There is no comparison between the
Scranton patrons and those that attend
the games in other State league towns."
soys Centerflelder Hogau. '"Here a visitor
receives as warm recognition for a good
play as one of the borne team, and a bad
decision that affects a visiting team is usu
ally as ruundiy denounced as H it was on
tue bcrantou cluD. lhis la very nice, but
we sadly mis that kind of treatment in
the cities we visit. Why, in some of the
towns a brilliant play by a visitor is
erected with a silence like the crave or an
outburst of abuse, while a decision that
seems to give a little the best of it to the
visitor almost incitoj a riot. The result is
that Scranton usually cets the worst of the
umpiring both at homo and abroad. At home
we only expect a square deal, and that is
all a Fcrauton audience wantB us to re
ceive, but while away we do not always
got that or auytuiug nice It."
LOCAL BICYCLE NOTES.
George Pryor and Will Weichel, two
well known local bicycle riders, had a half
mile race at the Driving park last even
ing. It was won by Pryor in 1.5'J. A
large number of persons witnessed the
The statement that Ralph Gregory, of
me ureen tiKige uiuo, was outdistanced in
thoracoat Berwick, which appeared in
the Truth last evoniue. is incorrect. Urec-
ory lluithed about one foot behind Heu-
derson who was pressing Cor6er very close
rnr nrst place. That was the position ol
tue men m uotn races.
ECHOES FROM MANY TIRES.
Speedy class B bicycle riders are in great
demand by manufacture:! at present.
J. S. Johnson expects to make an at
tompt to lower JJoiatjo's ono-hour record
the latter part of the month.
Although the international champion
ship races will be held iu Belgium next
montn tne jeaeuooi American wheelmen
has made no effort to get a team together.
Tho general impression seems to be that
the league will not be represented at the
The Springfield Bicycle club intend to
try a new and novel method of preventing
loafing ut their race meeting, to be held in
September iu the one-mile international
race. The men will bo started ten pec
onds apart and the winner will be the uiun
who makes the best time for the distance.
The chairman of the League of Amer
ican Wheelman Racing board, Howard E.
Raymoud, hns only started on a trip west
au figuratively speaking, be has taken an
axo on his journey as a part of bis travel
ing outilt. Mr. Uaymond has partially
couiploted the gigantic tusk of separating
the pure amateurs from those whose
purity has boen spotted by the acceptance
of cash from manufacturers and others.
There has been no improvement in the
racing since this move was introduced.
Satisfied tbnt they are professionals, the
class B men do not hesitate to re
sort to professional tricks'. The purely
amateur racing has the genuine
ring about it nnd invuriably
gets all the attention. It is plain that had
the LouKue of American Wheelmen made
on example of a dozen of the leading rac
ing meu last year, including Zimmermau,
who is now a professional by choice, the
Leaeue might start off with a racing sen
sou of more promise than this one. 11 r.
Raymond while in the west will use bis of
ficial axe on those riders who are resort
ing to subterfuge in order to ride with
class A. The simple acknowledgment that
all the class B meu are doing business on
the same lines as those of last year has
conclusively shown how low the spirit
that should have governed amateur sport
has falien among the 'cyclists and the men
governing them. The racing board pre
dicts the succoss of the class system, al
though straight racing cannot be guaran
teed except among the amateurs.
NOTES ABOUT HORSES.
Siilndln and Mascot will meet in. the
free tor all pace in Buffalo soon.
Seventeen-year-old Johnston paced a
mile in 2.12 at Tiflln, 0 the other day.
Mascot came within a quarter of a second
of the Point Breeze track record of -.C!
the other day.
There is Kremlin, Arion, Directum, Alix,
Fautasy and Pixley but which will take
the crown from Muuey Hanksr
Clipped from Canada Presbyterian, un
der slKnaluje of C. Blackett Robiuson,
propiietor: I was cured of oft-recurring
bilious headaches by Burdock Blood Bitters.
Wantt of all hinds coat that muc a
etpt Situations Wdnted.vihich art inserU
QTidu mi month, city or countk
O to competent wide-awake iusnnincw solic
itors; woll established iiuruianent Imsium.
Address or inquiro Heroud Uoor, b-l Lack-
wanna avo., eerantun, ra.
Help Wanted Male.
UrANTRl)-lP YOU AUB A CATHOLIC
unemployed nnd will work for !'S per
week, writu JlucCoimell Bros.. 11 Fraukliii
street, Bovtun. Mhsh.
Held Wanted Females.
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V (fii-1 lor geuer.d Lousework. (WjAduins
UrANTEL)-A CiOOU STOUT WOMAN
for lantwlrivisi- iiUii a trood cook am)
lioiisegirlo. AjmlytJ M .S. C. V. hCHL'LLKK
MAN, matron Pennsylvania Oral school, cor
uer of Jetforson ami loetr c avenues.
f 1AB l-OIl SALE IN rlHKT CLASS OU
der. can I n uenti at Kellers Carriam
works Scranton, uowiy painted. L). L. t'OOTE
HOKSKS AND CAKBIAOES FOB HALE
at Lm'I Caio.iso uveutie, I). L. Fooic,
T OST-A GOLD HAJK PIN WITH WHITI'
1j pronto Finder will bo suitably re
warded by retunilni tho same to Colonel t .
II. hippie, Third National bank building.
A MUSIC SCilOOL HAS JL'ST Ol'ENED
for teaching violiu arid mandolin. Child
run $1 per month. ALio various other insti n
inents at reasonable prices. Ollica at '-'1'
Franklin avenue, PROFESSOR S. J. FULL
OFFK E OF TIIU SCRANTON STEKI
Company. The annual uiectiug ot tin
stockholders of tin above company for tin
election of president ami directors will b
held at the oliice of the company in the city oi
fc'-'ranlon ou Thursday, the uecuud day of Au
gust next, at 4 o'clock p. in. No transfer o:
stock will be made lor twelve days next pre
ceding the date of the above maetiui!.
E. V. KiNUsBURY, Secretary.
Sc antou, Pa., July 17, lain.
II LANK BOOKS, "AMPMLETBjMAA
1 zines, etc., bound or rebound at Tut
Tltmu.NE ollico. yiiick work. Ueasonable
MEAL TICKETS CAN BE HAD AT 114.
corner Spruce streot and Fraukliu ave
nue. Twenty meal tickets for i'S.M. Uood
T WILL OFFER AT PL'B 10 BALE O.N
i. Wednotday, July 25, ItfcU, at 10 o'clock n.
iu.. ou the proinisi-s, tho leasliold estate and
torm of years ere ited by Indenture from .
ii. Schooiiiuak rto Arthu- Frothititrhain and
Laura Frotliinghaui, dated Juuo 1st, ISS, re
corded in Mortunife Book No. til, pane if.'4,
etc., as by reterenco thereto had will fully
nppoar, in lot No. 8 in Square or block No
llii. on Wyoming avenue, on which the
"Frotliint'hain Arcade" stood. The lot is 40
feet wide and lo7 foi -t deep to an alley.
Terms will be made known on dav ot sale.
CHAS. H. WELLES.
July 11, m.
PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED AT
1 the ofllco of thn New York and Scranton
Coal company, I'ei krille, 1'enna.. until July
'i Mil. for sulking an air shaft at the Ontario
colliery, size lOilU, in the clear, and about 170
feet deep from the surface to the Dunmore
vein. Company reserves right to reject any
er all bids.
H. CHAPMAN, Insido Foreman.
U 7 ANT EL) -POSITION AS CLERK IN
clothiers stor- or grocer or eollcctiug ac
counts anv place of trust, can be well recom
mended for any position. Address JOHN M.
TAYLOR, Avoca, Pa.
SITUATION WANTED BY A YOl'NU
O married man as teamster, or any desira
ble employment. Call or address "S. S.,"
Itill Cedar avenue.
C1TUATTON WANTED BY A STRONG
O man '.'5 yoars eld. Understands care of
horses and is a Kood a-nrdner. Address Fred,
M7 Cherry street, fccrantoii, Pa,
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t by tho day. Address S. M., 611 Maple
street, Scranton, Pa.
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Our own stamp. Our own import.
Taffeta Moires 12c. per yard. Others advertise
them as a bargain at 1 5 cents.
C01J0LLY & W
European Plan. Firt-class Bar attsahed
Iievut lor lisruaer ft Engol't Tannhuuwr
U Cor. 15tl) biiiI Filbert Sti, Ptillaii
Host dcfliraMn for resMenta of K.K. Per.n
lylvanla. All conveniences lor travelers
t and from Broad Street station and the
Twelfth and Market Btreat station. De
iirablo for vteiting lorautoulau aad p
lie in tee Anthracite Kegioo.
T. J. VICTORY,
OUR STOCK DAMAGED BY WATER
UR STOCK was damaged by water from the recent explosion and fire, which
1 occurred Saturday nieht, June 16, in the store of our neighbors, Messrs.
ToviAo Rt. Oriffirv Thn damacrAs allnwftd ur hv thn insurance comnanies uermit 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-
and will last about 30 days, as the goods WILL and MUST BE SOLD as quickly
Here is an unequalled chance to procure High-clas3 Clothing and Gents' Fur
nishings at about one-third the wholesale cost price.
Boys' Waists, 12c.
MEN'S SUITS, formerly sold for $10.
MEN'S SUITS, formerly sold for $IG.
MEN'S PANTS, formerly so d for $5.
BOYS' SUITS, formerly sold for $3..
SIGN OF THE
rSTNEXT DOOtt TO THE BURNED DA VIES & GRIFFIN BUILDIXG.
FOSTER & CO,
AND STOCKS FROM THE
room for our steadily
U'c lore lately had Feathtr Beds and Pillows brought to til by
strangers who wished to dispose of the sain and from whose actions
we believed the Jeathers didn't belong to them. W will have no
dealings with such parties.
We wish to caution people against giving into the hands of strang
ers who claim to represent ti, any Feathers, Carpets, eto., 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
at our factory, we will promptly attend to their wants and will en
deavor to merit the confidence of everybody.
THE SCKXATOX HEODIXG CO.,
60S and box Lacka, Ave,, Cor. Adams.
See our FIFTEEN DOLLAR Solid
Oak Bedroom Set!
We sell Furniture as cheap as
any house In tho country that in
tends togivo honest value for the
money. Try us.
203 AND 207
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1 i 1
230 Lackawanna Avenue.
OW COIC ON
Neckwear Given Away.
BELL. 230 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
increasing trade, and if
Opp. Court Hous9.
Boys' Suits, 74c,
Underwear, Hats, Handkerchiefs, Outing Shirts, Laundered
Shirts, Suspenders, Silk Vests and and alt goads that an
damaged at your own prioa.
Your Watch Lies
if it docs not tell the time cor
rectly. We guarantee our Watcher
TRUE TIME KEEPERS
and UDliold them us such accord
ing to the terms of our buildiug
as a speculation these days. Have
you seen the heavy tariff the
Wilson bill imposes on them!
Their rise in value is as certain
as the shining of the sun in the
Dealer (or Cusli In Watcboa, Einmondt,
Cor.Penn Ave. and Jprncu St.
Ladies Who Value
A refined complexion matt nse ftmonl'i Paw-I
der. It prodnoea a aoft and beautiful akin,