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1IIE SCBANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY MORNING, JULY 23, 1S94.
Icranton Found Things Quito Easj with
Bazleton on Saturday.
Pottsvillo and Lancaster the Other
State Leaguo Winners in the Games
Played Saturday Standing of the
Clubs at the End of the Second
Week National and Eastern Leaguo
Summaries Base Ball Notes.
WO weeks of the
I ..........I ca..ar,n in ihtk
already putaoJ, with
ill the clubs except
inn Bnuppy bull.
Dnriai: the wvek
pimseil Scinutou has
made the most cred
itable record of anr of the clubs, wlu
niug all the gamei it played, and Boiutf
from fourth place to the hoad of the list,
which poitiou it helda iu conjunction
with Allentown, each club having wou
nine raous and lost three. l'otHVille
ii holditu second place, closely fol
lowed by Lancaster. llazleton aud
Harrisburg are a tie for fourth pluce,
followed by Reading and Philadelphia,
the lattur having wou but one game,
while it has lost eleven. '
The following table pivas the per
centages of the clubs, together witti
the number of gaums won and lost by
each club, and their standing in the
Pcrauton ....... 'J 3
AUoutown 1) 3
Pottsville 7 4
Lancaster.. 7 5
Ilnzletou... 5 7
liarmburg 5 7
Heading 4 7
Philadelphia.... 1 U
SCIIKDLLE I'OR TODAY,
rottsville at Seruutou.
Philadelphia at Lancaster.
Uarribburu at Allentowo.
SCRANTON MAO IT EIGHT STRAIGHT
Won Another Game from Hazleton at
the Park Saturday.
Scranton won its eighth consecutive
c;:ino at the park Saturday afternoon,
the Huzletou club beiiu the victim. It
was not it particularly brilliant name,
but was marked throughout by hard
The rain which fell durinu a portion
of the t;;uie caused the pitchers to lose
control of the bull to a certain extent
and the risalt was that both Hodson
nisd Feo were touched op very freely.
Fee suffered the most aud, as he fuilsd
to receivs nnythiuf like proper sapport,
he iirnc'.icillv went to pieces.
Then the spectators began to guy and
leer him. i hut id !. s weaK point.
The uudlence appwently knew it and
uett up a continuous tire that com
pletuiy demoraliz.'d the Cnrbondaie
The Hazieton plavers did not appear
to te on (,'ood terms with each other
inn at times their work was littlo let
ter than a farce on ball playing. Teen
Fee would sulk and expostulate with
the players on the field and ail the time
bcrantODS were plluiKun the base bits.
Umpire Corcoran failed to appear ou
the grounds and Catcher Fairhurst, of
IluzUton and Pitcher Flanaghan were
chosen to udjtvlicate. Mr. Fairhurst
weut to work with tus idea that It was
his duty to win the game at all baz
ar. :s for ILizletou. ilia work was
outrageous Flauagban thereupon pro
ceeded to show Mr. Fairhurst that it
was a came two could play at and
thereafter the Ilazletou youth was
more impartial. The score:
H. P.O. A.. F..
12 2 2
2 3 10
1 )0 0 0
2 6 0 0
4 2 0 0
2 0 10
2 2 0 1
2 2 10
10 2 0
Wetzel, s. a 3
Hognn, c. f. 8
PlUchel), c. 1
Jlnesoy, lb 2
PUolan, 2b 3
Stnltz, 1. f 3
Rogers, r. f 1
Westlake, ah , 0
Totals. 16 17 27 7 3
a. n. p.o. a. b.
Moran, e, f., s. s C 2 2 4 0
H. Ely, 1. f 2 3 0 1 1
Clark, lb 2 a 0 0 2
Jordan, rf 112 0 1
ftotuertnel, B.S., c. f.. 0 13 0 2
Conroy, 2b , 2 2 1 8 0
Graham, 8b 12 2 4 2
Moore, e . 1 1 7 0 0
Fee, p 0 0 1 1 1
Totals 9 11 27 13 9
Scranton 5 1 0 0 2 4 1 0 810
Iinzleton 0 8200031 0-0
Earned runs Scranton 5, Ilazloton 0.
Two-base hits btaltz, Westlake, Ely,
Graham 2, Jordan, Moore. Three-base hits
MaPbey, Phelan. Home run Ilogan.
Stolen bnBfls Ilogan 2. Double plays Ilo
gan to Masaer. Struck out By Hudson G,
Fee 8. Eirst base on balls Hodson 6, Fen
3. Pasned balls Patohen 2, Jloore, 2,
Time 2.10. Umpires Flanaghan and
1 . 1
, OTHER STATE LEAGUE RESULTS.
Pottsvllle 8 0 8 10 0 8 010
Heading .......0 1 li 0 0 2 z 6
Ilits-Pottsville, 20: Reading. 10. Er
rors PottBVillo, 8; Iteadtng, 5. Eattories
Evnrson and Digeens; Rhodos, Carpenter
nnd Foz. Game stopped on acoount of
darkness at end of seventh inning.
it ir id
very Day in Month Means Beat
The calendar warns you. You
know lieat "wears you out"
how languid you are how irrita
ble; .no. sleep and' no. appetite
Elaine it on the weather, but
cure it Dy taking .
Johanu Hoff's Malt Extract.
Pleasant, palatablo and whole
some desoribe it. Look iof signa
ture of "Johann Iloff" on neck
label. None other is genuine.
Eisner & MendeUou Co., 'Sole
Agents, JMew xoik.
Philadelphia 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0-1
Allen town 0 30. 0 42 Ox 0
UiU-PhilidolDbln. 5: Allentowo. 13.
Errors Philadelphia, 1; AlUntown, 1.
liatterieH-L'ullalmn and Roth; Baldwtu
and Milligan. Umpire Mliehell.
Lancaster 8 0 1 0 0 5 4 0 8-15
llairisbur(r....l 0 2 0 0 8 2 2 1-11
Hits-Lancaster, 18; Hurrlsburg, lu.
Errors Lftncauor, 1: Him-isburg, 4. Bat
teries Scheibel and Cote; Spi'ogel and
NATIONAL LEAGUE RESULTS.
Brooklyn, 8; Philadelphia, 7.
Boston, Hj Now York, 3.
Washington, 10; Baltimore, 7.
Ciin i'imiti, l'J, Pittsburg, 4.
Clovvlaud, Louisville, 0.
Cluvolniul, 5; Louisville, 1.
Chicago, 15; St. Louis, 11.
Ppringlleld, 13; Wllkes-Bnrre, 11.
Troy, 6; Biiffnlo, 8.
Dingliaiuton, 13; Providence, 2.
SUNDAY BALL GAME.
At St. Louis
Chicago 'J 0 2 0 4 2 0 1 0-11
St. Luuis 3 1 2 8 0 0 0 0 0- tt
Hits Chicago, 17; St. Louis, 8. Errors
Chicago, 2; St. Louis, 2. Batteries
UrtBitb, Terry aud Sctirivor; Clurkson,
Uawley and i'oitz. Umpire Hurat.
GLINTS FROM THE DIAMOND.
rottsville will play in thl city today and
Jack Foe is "jollied" and guyed more
than any player that coruos to this city.
It auuoys him aud the spectators know it.
That's the secret of it.
Hodiion is wauted by Pittsburg. 'The
niaiiHgement f that club telephoned to
Manager Swift ou Saturday to know on
what terms lloi'.sou could be soeurott. Mr,
Swift would not place a prieo on htm.
wants to retain him on the team.
Fanning, l'ittuburg's now pitcher,
in the jiationul luaue iu 18bt for
about sevou uilnuifs. Iu 1JJ the IuUiau
apolis team j;avo him a trial against the
Pittsburg.!. Hi lusted one. and one-half
innings. Con Daily, now with Brooklyn,
With tho exception of Fridav, Scrnnton
pl'iyed iu fine form hut week and k;vb a
steady exhibition of such ball playing as
Serautonlans love to witness. During tho
fhbt season it was hard to reconcile tho
friquent defeats tho club sustained with
tho base bull talent it was known to con
tain and tho cranks wero very novo, in
deed. Now the club seems to Lavo struck
its uait aud, barriug accidents or tho sale
el liodson, should cut a very largo figure
iu tlie strugglo for the championship this
seusuu. All et tho players have beuu hit
ting the ball hard recently, Jlaseey, Pat
Chen and Rogers particularly distinguish;
Ing themselves, whi'o Staltz and Westlake
are rivaliug Phelan iu tho timeliness of
their hits. Ilogan has shown a decided
improvement in his baltiug during the
week, while l'luuaghau is making a pull to
rival .Mi-..'-ey aLd Jordan as a hard-hitting
GENERAL SPORTING NOTES.
Ed was d A. Nelsou, of the Springfield
Bicycle club, is bow in Vienna. He will
remain abroad until September 1, and is
euteivd in ths world's international cham
pionship races a Antwerp. Ho will enter
ail the leading events in France nud Uer
mauy this huiauinr, and in England if ho
cau get a racing license there.
Special sanction has been granted to the
American Wheelmen to run its Good Roads
tournam-'iit at Asbury Park, in-tead of
Naw York, as Urst proposed. The lioches
ter Athletic club aro permitted to hold a
bnlf-mile city championship. Tho Troy
Cycling club have been granted permission
to ruu races between horses and whoolmen
during July and August. The Mutioual
Circuit date given to Pastime Athletic
club, of St. Louis, has been transferred to
thn Associated Cycling clubs of that city.
Bob Kitzaimmons says; "I am not in
favor of these eight and teu-ronml bouts,
and I will not take part in any more. If
auy one wants to fight me four rounds, I'll
accept a fail' proposition. If that is cot
long enough, a finish contest suits me if
the Quuuclul arrangements nro satisfac
tory. A ten-round coutest is as good as a
finish ficht and $2,500 is not enough to pay
for it. When I boxed Choynfckt in Boston
tho best man was not allowed to win. The
flKht wns stopped when I thought I was a
winuor. I am readv to meet Chovnskl
again any time a ci ub offers enough money
lor a nnlau ngnt or, in tact, any other
man, bar i'eter JacUson. John u. Sulli
van in bin pnlcnv days never wont in for
more than four-round bouts, and why
should If I stand as high in my class as
auother champion who is not worrying
over oight, ten or twelve or even fonr-
round niuichrtfl. If t no Webster Athletic
club will offer ii.M) for a fonr-round
match with Smith I'll accept the offor. It
isn't a fabuluus sum when you consider
there was over y 1,000 iu the house the
night I boxed Choy nski, and it was a bad
Quinsy troubled me for twenty years.
Sinew I started using Dr. Thomas' Eolec
trie Oil, have not hud an attack. Tho oil
cures sore throat it once. Mra. Lettn
Conrad, Standish, Mich., Oct. 24, 'b3.
TM.VANCIALSTATICJIENT OF THE DAL
X ton Indi-peadiiiit sk'hool District for tho
year ending June I, lift.
Amount levied for school pur
pose 5701 P3
Auount lovied for building pur
pose , 350 14
Totalaraonnt of taxes loviod... 81,052 07
From stiito appropriation for
the year ondlnn Juno. 1WH....J(1H OS
Rnlancn on huud from lost year ilsj 03
From North Ablujton township
for tuition 710)
Frnm (. A. Oay fur tuition re
coived from paid pupils 8 80
From collector for taxes col
lected , 002 70
Total rocelpta (2,070 SI
For ropaira on buildings A7 TA
For toHchors' wanes 003 75
For fo s of collector ($12.70) and
treasurer fU0) 70 40
For fuel und c jntiiiKonclcd "i 115
For salary of S' crotury ,, LH ml
For debt und interest paid OT M
Forothur expiTiwis m 60
For school text books and sup
plies K18 71
Total expenditures $1,704 46
Cash on hand , $ 305 76
Cash on hand JOT 75
Amount duo from colloctor V 17
Total J DOOM
Amount of bondaoutstandinn.82.6H0 00
LlnMllties In excess of rmonrc ?2,2lll 1)9
wituesBOur liauu tnli tUta day of July,
EDWARD MILES, Prealdont;
A. BALIj, Beeretary.
SITUATION WANTKI)-nY A GOOD GIRL;
O can do gunoral coutinwork: will give ret
orencos it reijuired. Address Mo. i. Tribune
TlflDDLB AGED MAN. FORMERLY CAB.
ill pntor and hnlldor of Now Yor k. desires
a position lis foreman; can draw plans und
Hpoclflc.ntlons. Address H. It., cor. Crane ave
nue aim rai ior street,
WANTED MY A LADY WITH FOUR
yonra' experience In post nfflco, position
In post office or othor ofliou. Addreaa "H. F.,"
'i rioting omco.
Af ANTED-POSITION A3 CLERK IN
clothiers stoM or (rrocor or colloctiug ac-
countsany piucooi trust, can be won roonv
mendod for sny positiua. Address JOHN M,
TAYLUH, Avoca, fa.
SITUATION WANTED DY A YOUNG
married man as teamster, or any deslra-
1110 employment, vau or aaureaa a. d.,
lail Ctaur avonw
Meet of the Gentlemen's Driving Club on
Saturday tlie Best Yet Held.
WHO WINNERS OF EVENTS WERE
Gcorgo Maddocks, Magnolia and
Daisy Throw Dust Over Their
Competitors Mollie and Thief Cap
tured the Team Race While Scor
ing of tho First Heat of tho Second
Race Two Pneumatics Were
What would have been a large at
tendance at Saturday's meting of the
Uontlomen's Driving club was eon
lined to ubont COO spectutors by the
ominous appearuueo of the sky early
in the afternoon and a prediction of
rain. Two favorites won, u favorite
was bouton aud uu outside pair pulled
down tho double team race; iu addi
tion, three puouuiattce were irrepar
ably twisted while scoring for the first
hunt of the second race, bo tho crowd
had plenty of uncertainty aud excite
ment to 111 uko tho meet enjoyable nnd
suucossful from every standpoint.
The driving honors full to Walter
JeiuiyU, to the sutlufaotiou of tlie rail
birds' and grandstand audience who
hud seen this clever horinmaa beaten
out iu uiuny of the races of tlie two pre
coding matinees. II r. Jormyu added
three wins to ids string with George
Maddocks, Magnolia aud with Mr.
Spencer's team, Mollie and Tbiof.
Magnolia's winning was partlsulurl y
pleasing from the fact that ilia Is to bu
knocked down to tho highest bidder
next Saturday at the truck. Many in
yesterday's audience had plnuod thwir
faith to the mure in her two previous
eugugeiuuuts only to soe her beaten,
wheii ou quality ttlouo she should have
THEItB WE HE FEW DELAYS.
A ploasing feature of the sport was
the absence of any great delays at the
rot, excepting tho heat when the acci
dent happened to the pneumatics, und
the rapidity in which the dlilcrent
events were worked off. There was a
total of twenty entries aud too beats.
lbe summaries follow:
E. J. Goodwin. Blnrter; Dr. Ilausor. Tay-
lorvillo, and J. V. Uurney, judge.
First nice Road race to wagons.
Geo. Maddock's b. g., Walter Jermyn.,1 1
Ilor. JelTersou, or. g., Dr. J.U VV eutz. .4
Harry Ii, b. g J. A, bwayzo 3 6
Nellie, g. in., Jubu IVnore 3 0
Undo Dan, b. g.. James Mears 0 2
Tea Girl, LI. m., G. M. BLelly 5 4
lime, i:joi ii
Second rnce 2:40 class.
Magnolia, bl. m., Wulter Jermyn... 2 1 1
Net. b. m., J. L. Crawford 1 8 2
Duke. bl. g., L. T. Payne 4 8- 3
Pee Dee, b. m., M. II. Dalo 8 4 4
liluw, s. p., J. H. Ladwig S - -
iime, i:i. 1:10, l:iux
Nut was driven by Levi l'attersou.
Third race Doublo teams to carts and
ilollie and Thief 2 11
Sam Hall and Fred 1 8 2
J. L. Crawford.
Jack and John 3 2 8
Dr. Charles E. Dill.
Coxey nnd Johnny 4 4 4
J. Li. Crawford nnd C. 11. Schaut.
Time, 1.22: 125&; 1.25.
Mollie and Thief driven bv Walter Jor-
myn; Coxey nnd Johnny by Mr. Hthadt.
Fourth raco 3.C0 class:
Daisy, b. m., C. S. Seamans 1 1
Keiley. b. c Georce Hallstead 2 2
lludd, b m., Dr. J. L. Woutz 4 3
l anny JJlalr, D. m , u. Al. htielly a 4
Windsor Boy, b. g., J. M. Kuinmerer...o 5
Time, l.xi; l.lf-H.
Kcely driven by Mr. Bchadt: Windsor
Boy by Dr. C. E. Dill.
George Maddocks was the popular
selection 10 win tne road race and ho
did the trick without trouble, though
he broke while In third position goiuit
up the back stretch in the first beat.
Uncle Dan made 11 strong play to wlu
both heats and Had the crowd on edge
In the first when ho challenged Mud
docks on tbo last turn; the puce broke
bis heart, however, aud ho finished
last. Your Bnole was very much in
the race the second beat, but could do
no better than second, two lengths to
11IH WHEELS INTERLOCKED.
In scoiiug for the firjt boat of the
second race Blew swerved as Duke was
passing nnd the notion resulted in the
interlocking cf tho wheels, both of
which collapsed. ' Mr, Dale turned too
quickly at the post in the same heat
and his sulky came to grief. The ac
cident to Blew's outfit excited the
horso and he was scratched iu the last
two heats. Doth beats were couQued
to Magnolia and Net as far as contest
was coucerued. Not made tho first
quarter of the lirst heat iu 37, while
closely prustod by Mr. Juruiyu s mure
which might have won the bout had
sho not gone iuto the air iu the last
Not also made; the pace tit a 83 clip
in the secoud heat, but Magnolia took
thopositlou, followed by Pee Dee, ou
ths last turn. Here Not went into stc
oad position and had a battle royal
with Magnolia in the stretoh. but the
black mure could not bo thrown from
bur stride und wot: by an opon longik.
The two marcs agnln had it oat In ti e
third heat, with Duke au Important
factor, out in tho stretch Met broke
and Magnolia wou hard pressed.
Tho double team race was devoid of
any particular excitement from the
fuel that either oue or two teams were
In the air most of the time, and at no
particular period was there lasting
challenge, lu tho last heat Mollie and
Thief were drlveu the mile out iu
Keeloy had been touted to wlu the
3-minuto race in walk, and probably
would have captured tho fust heat if
he had beeu iu a butter position at the
start and not beu pockstvd for tho
llrst furlong. lie was within a half
length of Daisy coming home, but the
pace had been too hot in making up
distance and the little uisr won by a
leugtb. lieoley Kept Daisy eouipnoy
iu the lust heut, but, more to the good
driving of Mr.Seaiiuns than the mure' a
speed, Daisy won la the fsit time of
1.18. The mare was all pumped out
at the CiiUh.
a UDITOR'8 NOTICE - TUB UNDER.
iV aiirnod, an auditor appolntnd by the Or
phan's Court of Lackawanna county to past
upon exception filed to acoount of uud to d
tribute fund In the hand" of v turlos (Urduer,
executor of the hut will of Homy Chaeo, do
cooxod. herohy gives notice thai h will attend
to attend U tin) dntioi of hi. nuooinimoiit at
thu oflloo, No (OH Sprues street, torunton.Pa,,
on Friday, tho Kith day of August. A. D. IMH,
at IK a. ra ,nt wh ob time and laoj nil Dersoni
hatinir c'alini anulont thu skM eitato must
pro sent tuem or i'0 loruvnr tnereuitur du-
barred rrom coming m on raid rnnj.
uaviu m. ukuyvxs, Aimitor.
I" ESTATE OF. THOMAS MULLEN, LATE
J of thn city of Uoranton, ooutity of Laoka
wannu, Statu of Pennayluania, deeoasod.
Letter tostameotary upon tne above named
estato having bees granted to the undtirsltrned,
nil persons having chdnia or demands against
the said estate Will present them for payment
and those indebted thereto shall please moke
immediate paymnni 10
THUS. i. MULLEN, Executor,
JKSBUPS& Hahu, Attorneys,
IPaU of all kinds cost Wiaf muc a
spf Situations WantecLwhich ore irutrl
Help Wanted Male.
WANTED-A BOY W1T1IONK Oil TWO
v..n..i ........ Hl..n..A i.. ,K. r1.Mii limlrirjHM.
Apply ut McOarrab & llioiuas' Druir btoro.
lyANTED-EXI'ICUlENCF.D LACK Oi:B-
f'urpet Co., Fuurtu streot und Luliltfh avouuo,
TANTF.D IF YOU A HE' A CATHOLIC,
uiieuiiilovBil nnd will work for SflH per
wi'uk. writu MucOomiLll llros.. 11 Franklin
street, Huston, Muss.
A By CARE PIANO, 8LTPUSKD TO BE
tho liiiiiiertv ut JIln M vi tie 11. Millard.
will he bold at auetioii July ill, 18'Ji, at a.
uv Uiieriisoy lirotnois Btoro, 'Si 1 wyo-
uiiuK avouuo This p no is si 1.1 for ropaira
lb doinu n nroiltitblo biisiuuHs. Hest 1'i aDon
elvon. Addressm-mll on .1 O. ACKKItMAN',
OFFKE OF THU ECU AN TON 8TEEL
Comiiuiiv. Thn uniiual mootililf of tho
stockholders of tU i aboro company for the
elucuon of prUHldout and direetors will be
held al thu ollleu of tlie ooiup.iuy iu tint city of
Scranton ou Thursday, the soeuiid day of . -HUbt
luxt, at 4 o'oiocit p 111. No ti 11111 for of
stuck will bo made for twelve days next pre
ceding tho dute of tho aliove iiieetiut,'.
K. I'. KlMUi-litKX, Boerotary.
Sc atiton, Pa., July 17, 1S1H.
TEW SYSTEM OF SUCCESSFUL SI'ECU
1' lation in tho HtocK and drain market.
Dividend nnvahle weekly, l.a'it week's divi
dend J per cout. Wnt ifor partlealuni' C. U.
UATU:.U, Aleilluutl lluililinx, Clilearfo.
OtnTO LIVERPOOL, LONDON, (1LAH
'i?l" now, Oueeu-toivn. Louiloudeiry and
Uelfust, on Wlute H:r Lino. J. A. BAH-
VOU WANT T1I1S UELH'-nKl'HINT
J. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Weekly War
lllUHtrntioim lWll lSllj. Two Volumes Folio.
SHl.iVJ; payablo monthly. $i0l). Debverod by
express eomnleto, prepaid. Address P. O.
allium, (US Uitaon Htroot, Hcrantou, I'a.
1 ) LANK BOOKS, PAMPHLETS. MAOA
I) lines, otu.. bound or robouuu at Tim
T11111LNK uirlca. (J nick work. Ueasouublo
MEAL TICKETS CAN BE HAD AT 144,
lll'l op, ui 'O DHWW nuu .liiuniiu "IU
line. Twenty meal tickets for $3.60. Good
I WILL OFFER AT PCBLIO SALE ON
X Wednesday. Julv 2j. lSjl. at 10 o'clock a.
in., on tho promises, tho leasehold estato and
term or years ore.i ton oy inutnture irom u.
O. Sclrjoiimakjr to Arthur FrothiuKhatn and
Laura Frot hlneuani. dated June 1st. ims. re
corded in Morteaira Book No. XI. pnae !t!4.
etc., as by reference thereto had will fully
appear, in lot No. S in Square or Block No.
i, on Wyominir avouuo, on which the
"Frothlncham Arcado"stood. Tho lot is 40
feet wide and 1117 feet dcop to an alley.
lernis will Demudeauown onuay orsaie.
CUAS. H. WELLES.
July 11, 1801.
OST-AN ELKS' WATCH CHARM;
J finder will b 1 rewarded by leaviuir same
at No 4 Lacka. ave.; upstairs.
T)KOPOiiAL8 WILL BE RECEIVED AT
1 tho office of thn Now York and Scranton
Coal comnanv. Pockville. Penna.. until Julv
i 1HUI, for sinking an nlr shaft at the Ontario
colliery, size iukiu, in mo clear, anil aoout 1,0
feet deep from tho surface to the Dunmore
voin. Comnany reserves riuht to rejoct any
or all bids.
H. CHAPMAN, Insldo Forotnan.
MANSFIELD STATE NORMAL SCHOOL.
An effective trainimr sebcol for teach
ers. Spociitl attention given to Post Oradunte
Work and preparing students for onterlng
ooll"H0. Expenses very moderate. Grad
uates 1 rom niKiier courses enter oavaneea
classes lu collej. Graduates from tho Ele
moutary course are equipped for the practl
oal work of teaching all branches In the
common schools, including drawing and phys
ical culture. Prospective teachers recuivo
material aid from the state, reducing ex
penses for board, tuition, light, steam heat
and washing (12 weeks), in t.ie Junior year,
tojUW, and in the Senior your to gllg.
Four lnrgo buildings, all heated by steam:
Ann athletic grounds; healthful location; am
plo accommodations; thorough discipline.
r un term op ins August i-vi.
For catalogun and information address
SAMUEL H. ALBUO. A.M., th.D..
Principal, Mansllold, Pa.
CCRANTON REAL ESTATE AND IN
H VESTMENT AGENCY.
offers bargains as follows:
UJTX HLOI.MiSS I'KOl'JSItTX.
40 ft. front by 60 ft deep, on Spruce
street, rents tor 8.00 S10.00O
10 ft. front by 50 feet deep, on Spruce
streot, corner alley 10,600
These touether irivo 80 ft: front on Hnrimi,
Street between Peuu and Franklin, with alley
on sido. Spruce street property is advanciug
CITY RESIDENCE PROPERTY.
CORNER MONROE AND VINE streota.
lot 60xt5, two dwellings, Jll,l00, giving a nice
resldenco anil an tnc( mu lor small investment;
ALSO A PLOT OF tl LOTS, g.ving IS) ft.
front on Mo.troo nvenue. nwir Vino street.
Tlie make a ftrst-elaaj rvsliienco jdot in a
de.irabio locality. If not sold in ono plot will
sell nbove separately.
Lot GOxUO. South Main avenue, edloiuing
resldeneo of 8mith B. Hott, prP-c, &i,i,iO; also
lots on Stock street and West Eud place. Only
four left. ,
A BEAUTIFUL HOME AT DALTON, PA.,
modern bousa, spring water piped ltiitfiom
hill back, barn for three liorsos and two cowa,
heunerv with ccuicntsl iloor, younar fruit.
film lawn, grand outlook; ono and a halt to
threo acres, as deslrea, jo.kw.
Also lots of about Bunu size on Westoin
Slope, Dalton. Call or address
SMITH B. MOTT, Managflr,
No. 421 Lack, are. rear boiud trade.
The balance of stock on hand will be sacri
ficed without mercy to convert it at once into
spot cash. Short lengths of Silks, Dress Goods
knd White Goods at any price to dispose of them.
Now Is the Accepted Time.
GROSS, FOSTER & CO.
316 AND 318 LACKAWANNA. AVENUE.
QUANTITY ioo dozen.
QUALITY The best value that has ever come from a for
COLOR Dyed by "Hermsdorf." That's enough.
PRICE 25c. A PAIR.
Our own stamp. Our own import.
Taffeta Moires 12 lc. per yard. Others advertise
them as a bargain at 1 5 cents.
European Plaa First-class Bar attached.
Depot for Uergncr A Engol'i Tanuhwunr
ii Cot 15th tn.Flkrt.ts., FhilaJi
Voat desirable for resident, of N.E. Penn
ylvaiila. All enr.Yonii'iices for travelers
to gnd from Broad Btrent elation and the
Twelfth and Market Streot station. "Li
llrable for vititiug herantoniaiu and p
tic In the Anthracite Kegloa.
T. J. VICTORY,
j li iirs3
Don't Delay. You
Can't Afford to Wait.
No let up. Big crowds at this genuine Fire Sale. Salesroom crowded all the time with eager buyers.
The jam of Bargain Seekers was immense last week. This week we've increased
our force of salespeople. There will be no crowding now.
The Chance of a Lifetime to Get Fine Clothing for Next to Nothing.
The goods were damaged by water only from the recent explosion and fire in the store of our neigh
bors, Messrs. Davics & Griflln. There is no smell of smoke or fire about them.
SALE MOW GOING Om
And Goods Sold at 33 Cents on the Dollar Less Than Cost to Make.
Three Dollars worth of Clothing for $1 in money. That's what you get at OUR FIRE SALE.
Every purchaso a bargain and an actual saving of 67c. on the dollar.
BOYS' PANTS, 13c.
SIGN OF THE
UTJIKXT ioon TO the nunNEu dayies & ukiffin building.
FOSTER & CO.
OF THE GREAT
H' 7iar laef had Feather Beds and Pillowt brought to tu hy
strangers who wished to dispose of tht same and from whose actions
ue believed the Jeathers didn't belong to them. We will have no
dealings with such parties.
We wish to caution people against giving into the hands of strang
ers who claim to represent tu, any FeaUiers, Carpets, etc., which they
wish renovated. Any of our agents can easily identify themselves, or if
any one who wishes work done in our line, will drop ut a card or call
at our factory, we will promptly attend to their wants and will en
deavor to merit the confidence of everybody.
THE 8VRSAT0N BEDDING CO.,
G02 and box Lacka. Ave., Cor. Adams.
See our FIFTEEN DOLLAR Solid
Oak Bedroom Sett
We sell Furniture as cheap as
any house In the country that in
tends to give honest value for the
money. Try us.
mi imp sot
i-3 J$L H
230 Lackawanna Avenue.
S PANTS, 50c.
BELL. 230 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
Opp. Court House.
It Costs Nothing to Look.
Polite Attention to Everybody.
BOYS' SUITS, 65c.
If a Tornado
It would cause little mors
surprise to our citizens than
SPOT CASH PRICE LIST
. HAS DONE,
WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEW
ELRY, SILVERWARE, ETC.,
never have been sold before at
such prices; but, remember there
is no CREDIT at Freeman's.
What Is More Attractive
Than pretty face with fresh, bright
eomplexlont For it, an Fotsoni't Powder.