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TIIE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING,' JULY 24,' 1894.
ScrantoD Wins Us Ninth Consecutive Victory
a la Garrison.
POTTSVILLE CGULD NOT REACH US
Allentown. Also, Administers Defeat
to the "Only Meany" Lancaster
and Reading the Other Victors of
Stato League Games Standing of
the Clubs National and Eastern
League Results Base Ball and Gen
eral Sporting News.
Scrunton still ra-
tie for first
abip race, the for
mer havinj won
yesterday from Ilur
risbnrg und the lat
ter from PotUTille.
Lancaster, by it
victory over Fbila-
delpUiq, passes Pottsvillt and goes iuto
second position, while Reading's vio
tory over Hazletoii euables the formor
to pass bo tli Ilarrisbarg and llazleton
und go into fourth place, leaving tba
former two clubs a tie for fiftb place,
and Philadelphia uudisputed possessor
of tba tail cud.
The following table jrives tbo per
centages of the clubs, tba number of
games won and lost br each, nud their
standing in the cuiuuplonshipraee:
Won. Lost. PerC't.
ITEM' Pr. rAS niuiu a
-lif'SS.ii rv.rs A Dluce in
i v ri ) . n
Scran ton 10 3 1
Alleutowii 10 8
Lancaster 8 5 . .015
PoUt-villa 7 5 '
Hearting 5 7 .41(1
Ili'.zletou 5 8 .u5
HarrUbnrg 5 8 ,j
Philadelphia.... 1 13 .077
SCHU'DCLE FOH TODAY.
Pottsville at Scranfon.
Philadelphia at Lancaster.
11 urriabury at Allentown.
llazleton at Heading.
COULDN'T LOSE WITH SUCH BATTING.
A Poor Fielding: Gam Easily Won by
fcranton with ihi Stick.
The hopes of 1,200 howling spectators
rose and fell dnriu the Potta villa
Surnuton ciima yesterday nntil the
lucky ninth ioninir, when with the
score but G and 7 in favor of the homo
team, six more runs ware made and
the gam') won for Scran ton by a home
run, two two-baggers aud four singles.
Until the lust inning the 61.1 work
of tbe home team had been distin
guished ty the errors of such good
players as Hogan and Phelan. Twice
did Long Tom Flanairhan stride around
tbe box casting glances at Hogan
which on anything lut a cool day
would have withered the premier cen
Apparently the home team had de
Bpuirm of unking tbe jranie a sinecure
by field playing, when Patchen in the
first half of tbo ninth strode to the
plate and sent the sphere whizzing into
fur right field ouly to be caplured by
Smith, Massey and Piielan followed
with a two bagg-r and single and occu
pied thirl and first bases wheu Staltz
selected a willow to his liking, spat
upon bis hands and with one fell, mur
derous smash knocked the leather out
of sight into far left field for a home
run aud incidentally three scores.
Rogers made a, single and advanaod
tosacond when Westlake was hit by a
pitched ball. Flanagbau struck out
but Rovers and W'esilake advanced a
bag on Potts' wild throw to catch the
latter at first. Both scored on Wetzel's
drive into short center which netted
him one bag. Wetzel was brought
home on Patchen's two-bnse hit to left
field. Massey flew out by a fly over
Puller's head which the latter corralle.1
uy a ciever running eaten.
JSeitner teem scored in tbe first two
innings. In the third Flanagbau
went out on a grounder to Nvce. Wet
zel made a two-bafgor and Hogan beat
Nyce' fumble out at first. Both canA
home on Patohen's bit into extreme
right center for two bases and the lat
ter completed the circuit on Massey's
rod-hot grounder, which escaped Ellis
and cavorted among the daisies away
out in left field. Massey was eaugbt
napping between second and third and
Staltz flew out to Hill.
In tbe fourth Rogers went to first on
balls and to second on Westlake's hit,
but was caught between there and
third, Weatlake reacbiBg second and
advanolng to third on Flanagban's sac
rifice to short right field. Wetzel's
bit let Westlake eoorn. Hogan went
out from Ellis-to Fuller. Two tallies
were netted in the sixth inning by
Rogers' two-bagger and FJanaghan'a
hits, which developed a home run
through Nyco's wild throw to first.
Pottsville made their first run in tbe
third on Nyco's bit into left for two
bases and Golden's safe bit, la the
fourth Tighe found tbe leather for two
bases owing to Phelan's error and came
borne on Ellis' two-bagger into right
field. Eilis scored on Smith's bit into
left field. A bit by Golden and a two
base drive by Potts in tbe fifth netted
the visitors another run.
A batting streak la the eighth se
cured tvro more runs for Pottsville.
Qolden found the ball for a base and
stole second before Potts reached first
on a bit. Both came borne on Tigbe's
drive into center and Ilogan's fumble
and poor throw which allowed Tighe
to reach second. Ellis struck ont and
Smith and Fuller retired on flys to
Staltz and Westlake. The final run
was secured in me ninth by Hill's hit
and Phelan's error in failing to stop
Nyco's lightning grounder.
The detailed score follows:
R. H. r.o. A. Jt.
Wetzel, i. s '2 8 8 2 1
Hogan, c. f. 110 0 2
Patchen, c 14 0 6 1
Jlaeaey, lb 1 B 7 i o
Phelan, 21). l i 4 0 3
Staltz, 1. f 118 0 0
Kogers. r. f., 8 10 0 0
Weatlako, Uu 9 0 81 0
Flanagbau, p 1 1 0 0 0
Totals. 13 14 20 9 6
R, H. P.O. A. I,
Nyce, ss 1 2 0 6 2
Gulden, cf 2 8 1 0 1
Potta, c 1 2 4 0 1
Tighe, 2b 1 2 4 fl 8
Ellis, 8b 1 i 8 6 1
Hmith, rf 0 1 0 0 0
Poller, lb 0 1 14 1 0
Hill, If 1110 0
Pox. p 0 0 0 1 0
Diggins 0 0 0 0 0
Tota's 7 13 27 18 1
Nyce oat for not touching first. Hig
gles batted in Fox's place.
Scrauton 0 0 8 1 0 2 0 1 6-13
Pottsville 0 0121002 17
Earned runs Scranton, 0; Pottsville, 8.
Two-base hits Wetzel, Patohon, ' Jdassey,
Nyce. Potta, Ellis. Three-base hit
Patchen. ' Home run ataltz. Sacrifice
hit Westlake. Stolen bases Rogers,
Oolden. 9. Double plays Patchen to Mas
eey to Patchen; Westlake to Alawey; Ellis
to Tighe to Fuller. Struck out By Flan
aghao, 0; Fox, 8. First base on balls By
Flanagbau, 8: Fox, 2. Hit by pitcher
Hogan, Wostlako. Wild pitches Flan
agbau. Time 2. 15. Umpire Corcoran.
OTHER STATE LEAGUE RESULTS.
Allentown.... 5 4 0 4 8 0 0 0 0-10
Ilarrloburg....l 0006002 0-8
Hits Allentown, ll: Ilarrisbarg. 0. Er
rors Allentown, 4; Harrisburg, 6. Bat
teries Kilroy and Kelly; Mcauy, Huston
Lanoastur 1 0102220 0 8
Philadelphia 8 0 0 0 8 0 0 0- 5
Hits Laucastor, 17: Philadelphia, 0.
Errors Lancaitter, 0; Philadelphia, 2. lint
toriee ilayor and Cote; Bradley aud Roth.
Heading 2 8000800 0-8
Uazletou 1 0000010 18
Hits Heading. 0; llazleton, 0. Errors
Beading, 1; llazleton,. liattori on Jones
aud Goodhart; Fee, Jordan, Fairhurat aud
At Brooklyn first game
Brooklyn I 1 1 0 9 0 0 2 x- 7
Philadelphia.. 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-3
Hits-Brooklyn, 7: Philadelphia, 10.
Errors Broikly n, 8: Philadelphia, b. Bat
teries Slum and Rinelow; Tuyiot aud
Grady. Umpire Emslio.
Philadelphia.. 3 0 4 4 0 1 0 1 0-13
Brooklyn 0 00O0001 8-4
Hits-Plilladolphia, 14; Brooklyu, 10.
Errors Philadelphia, 4; Brooklyn, 8. Bat
teries Weyhlug and Buckley; Duub and
Earl. Umpire Euiilie,
Boston 0 0710001 x-0
New York....O 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 25
Hits Boston, 9; How York, ID. Errors
Boston, 1; Now York, 3. Batteries
Staley and Cunuanghton: Uormau aud
Wilson. Umpire Mc(Juado.
Cincinnati 1 6 2 0 0 0 0 0 x-9
Louisville I 0 0 0 3 0 8 0 1-8
Hits Cincinnati, 13; Louisville, 16. Br-rors-t'lncluuuti,
1; Loulivlllo, 4. Bat
teries t hamberlain nnd Vaii'ihau; Mone
fee, Kenuell, Weavor and Zuucr. Um
Pittsburg...:..3 0 0 0 2 0 0 3 x-14
Chicago - 0002 100 10
HitP-Pittsburg, 20; Chicago, 12. Er
rors Pittsburg. 3; Chicago, 8. Batteries
Jvillen aud Jlerritt; titration and Schriver.
At Cleveland Cleveland vs. St. Louis,
At Washington Washington vs. Balti
more, postpoued, raiu.
At Troy-Troy, 10; Buffalo, 3.
At Syracusii Svracuf. 8; Erie, 9 (first
game.) Syracuse, C; Erie, 8 (second game.)
GLINTS FROM THE DIAMOND.
The Bostons have released Pitcher West,
after giving him one trial.
The West Side Stan defeated the Little
Tycoons by a score of 9 to 5 on Saturday.
Deluhanty, of the Phillies, who leads
the National league in battiug, was origin
ally a catcher.
Irwin concedes that tbe Quakers are out
of the race, and that Baltimore or Boston
will win the H ig.
Harry Wright, chief of umpires, says
that the trouble nowadays Is tint most of
the players want to be umpire-, too.
Hanlou thinks that the rumors that
Umpire Gaffney has not been behaving
himself properly in St. Louis are untrue.
Jianngor Chapman claims that the
Buffalo club is playing to larger crowds
tbau either the Washingtons or Louis
villes. A record that remains unbroken to this
day is JlcCormick's winning of nineteen
itraight games when he was with the Chi
The Pittsburg club has signed Shortstop
Ritz of the Oil City club. Ue will be used
as a substitute. Sheibeck will not Join
Uanagor Selee is said to be tbe easiest
loser in the league. No matter how hard
the game is goiug against the Bostons, ho
never turns a hair.
Another Southern league player has
caught on with Louisville, Manager Barnie
baviug signed Lohmer, a catcher, late of
the Charleston club.
Hanlon has wired Clarkson to report in
Baltimore at once, and expects him at any
time. Wben Sir. Hanlou last heard from
Clarkson he was in Cleveland.
We learn from the Pittsburg Chronicle
Telegraph that the Philadelphia club of
ficials are after Pitchers Wilson, of Potts
ville, and Hudson, of Scranton.
Farrell has caught in more gamos this
season than any other mau who wears tbe
mask. He will equal his last year's record
and will doabtlees got extra compensa
tion. Anson Is putting up as good a game this
year as any man In the league. In fifty
games he bos been 10'J times at bat, 48
runs, 66 bits, 86 totals averago, 332.
Put outs 454, assists 31, errors 5 average,
Tbe Clark's Summit Base Ball nine
played the Waverly nine at the Summit,
Saturday, and defeated thorn 87 to 7. Lo
derand Smith were tbe battery for Sum
mit and Perry and Smith for Waverly.
Air. Fred Weichel, jr., is manager of
Clark's Summit nine, and is upon for a
challenge from any amateur nine.
"I have asked for my release and it has
been graated," remarked "Buck" Ewing
at Cincinnati Wednesday aftornooo. "Jly
leg is getting hotter, but so slowly that I
am likely to rest all tbe remaiuder of tbe
season. Aext Spring I'll probably be able
to take hold once more, although I've a
little rent roll that will keep me in lunch
even if J am nnable to play another game.
I love base ball and do not want to retire."
The Pennsylvania State league is to hold
another special meeting at tbo Hotel Han
over, In Philadelphia, on Wodnesday even
ing, tuis tune tne state magnates are to
wrestle with tbe division of receipts prob
lem. At presont tbe visiting clubs receive
a guarantee of $50. but the smaller cities
are clissutljflccl and want the larger ones to
divide their profits. Mike Kelly contends
that his Allentown team is a drawing card
nil over tbe state and that lie should parti
cipate in sharing the monoy he helps to
make. There will bn a big fight before
this question Is decided.
WHIRLS OF THE WHEEL
George Smith, of tbo New York athletic
club, has determined to make an effort to
lower Zimmerman's record of lm. 7s, for
the half mile on tbe Asbury track August
10. Smith will be paced by Koyce and
Trainer Culver, of the Sterling team,
says that Raymond McDonald is tbe fast
est racing man for his ace on the path to
day, and predicts that it tbe youug New
Yorker is properly trained he will beat
both Sanger and Johnson.
In finishing his record mile Bliss seemed
to be using every effort. Wheu Johnson
rode tbe mile in 1.56 be was going with ap
parent ease, which may mean that he can
cut uuder tbe time made by Bliss. John
THE BEST PROOF
of tho wonderful curative quali
ties of the Carlsbad Sorudol Salt
is tko fact that it is imitated.
The genuine is -without equal aa
an aperient for chronio constipa
tion, rheumatism, dyspepsia, liver
and kidney troubles, etc. Best
taken when out-door exercise can
be had. Be sure and secure only
A RECKLESS GENERAL
How the Duke of Wellington Trifled
With Great Danger.
One day tbe Duke of Wellington'!
French cook came to bim for orders.
"Ob. get anything," said the Duke,
Impatiently. "I never think of what I
put into my stomach.
Tbe chef waa horrifUd. Whether
Wellington was punished with indi
gestion or not, history does not tell.
One thing Is certain. People who don't
care what they cat soon find themselves
unable to eat anything at all without
agony. Their offended stomaehs go on
strike. Natural digestion ceases.
What Is to be done, tbea ? One can
not live without eating. The only
possible help is in a pre-dlgested food
which science has furoisusd iu tbo
form of Paakola, It replaces wasted
tissue aud invigorates the entire sys
tem without aid from tbe stomach.
Willard Uettrwk, of Lirldgstou, N. J.,
"I have been a great sufferer from
dyspepsia aud indigestion until I was
luducd by a friend as a last resort to
try Faskola. I am more than pleased
to testify that Paukola has worked
wonders In my case, as I have no dis
tress after eating, and eat whatever
the appetite craves. I advise all like
sufferers to use Paskola."
This is the story of P. A. Hank, of
Valparaiso, Ind: ''Before I used Pas
kola I was very weak. I could not di
gest anything, 1 tried everything to
gain strength but failed. My doctor
told me to use Paskola aud it is the
only thing for n weak stomach.
"I have uainetl two pounds in a wsek.
There is nothing that helps indigestiou
like Paskola. I have trie! about
twelve doctors and have been suffering
more than twelve years.
"At tituts I could work only two days
lu a wek. For nearly three years I
spent all I bad for doctoring and bad
given up hope."
Any up-to-date druggist will furnish
Putkolu. If you waut to know how It
works, send for free pamphlet to The
Pre-Diestod Food Co,, 'M Reade St.,
son's manager writes W. J. Magon to the
effect that, while the mile of Bliss was a
mod one, Johnton will ride two miles at a
1.54 gait before tbe soauon closes, and
twenty-seven miles in tbe hour. With a
line day Tom Eck thinks 1.50 will be about
Johnson's flying start figure, and 1.66 for
a standing start milo.
GENERAL SPORTING NOTES.
Frank Zimpfor, tbe 105 pounder ef Buf
falo, wishes to try conclusions with Casper
Leou for a purse,
Richard Croker in to ads to race his
horses at Saratoga. Dobbins is only to be
raced lu valuable stakes.
Washington, D. C, Is making quite a
bid tor promiueuce as a place where box
ing contests can be brought off.
Joe Caoynskt aud Steve O'Donnell are
matched to spar ten rounds at the Isabella
tbeatur, Chicago, lu about a month.
The prospect of a race track war in the
west has subsided, as Hawthorne track Is
now a member of tbe American Turf con
gress. Put Lynoh, tbe woll known steeplechase
rider, is educating Crown Prince over the
jumps. He says the colt will make a great
George Holland is in active training for
lis six rounds bout with the "Kentucky
Rosebud" at Caledonia ball, Philadelphia,
on Saturday evening.
Joe Patchen, the stallion tbat made a
pacing record of 2.12 at Davenport, la.,
Inst week is the fourth of Patchen
Wilkes' get to enter the 2.15 list,
The fattest 2-yar-old pacer to date this
season is the brown colt Judge Hart, by
William M. Hill, who won the first beat of
a race for bis age at Council Bluffs last
week iu 2. 14tf.
From all accounts old Dallas, 2.11 'X. tbe
Kentucky-bred pacer, is a fatter horse
than he ever has been. Ho began tbe
present campaign by wlnniug. This horse
was sold once for $450.
Billy Vornon, who revels in being called
the "Haveretraw Brickmaker," is hot af
ter Horace Leeds for a mill. Vernon says
he will yield to any reasonable proposition
so long as Leeds will let him have a chance
to fight bim.
Joe Cboycski bas two bard contests on
hand. He has slgued to stop Mike Boden,
th "Trial Horse," in four rounds, July 30,
at the Isabella theater, Chicago, and a con
tract to meet Steve O'Donnell, Anguit 14,
at the same place, presumably tor ten or
Cold Bans From Luasrne.
Wilkci-Barre As tot-Dealer.
There is no reason why a newspaper
should give labor and space to candidates
for office on the fruo lunch basil. They are
after the offices (or the "money," aud it is
only right that a just and fair tribute
should be exacted for pushing them into
public prominence and financial profit.
It Couldn't De Better.
Tho Republican Stato league meet in
annnul convention at Harrisburg, Sept. 5.
Major Everett Warren, of Scrautou, ex
pects to succeed Cougressmun Robinson as
Quinsy troubled me for twenty years.
Since I started using Dr. Thomas' Ecloo
trie Oil, have not had au attack. The oil
piirufl dnVA tlirnni ttfc Anna M-a l.ntfn
Conrad, Staudish, Mich., Oct. 24, 'S3.
DEPORT OF THE CONDITION
Jit VF THE
THIRD NATIONAL BANK
at Scrnntou, in tho State of Pennsylvania, at
the close ot business, July in, 1HU1.
Loans and discounts f 1,170,072 K
Overdrafts. socuroU and unsecured. 1,741 ill
U. 8. bouds lu tweuru circulation. , , Wi.IaII on
Premiums 011 U. H. bouds 1M) 7u
Stin ks, securities, etc 43G,Mff W
Banking house, furniture) and fix
tures U,074 40
Due from National banks (not ro- '
ervo aifcnts) ' 14.H02 Ml
Due from State banksond hankors., ' RSjnO'W
Duufromaiiproredrewrveaifeuts., 2S2. 4T-I HI
Checks ami other cash items , u,4KJ I'll
Exchanges (or clearing house 11.144 4:1
Notes of other National luniks U0.
Fractional paper currency, uiukels
and cents 1,000 28
Liawrui money roservo in nana.
viz.; Haocle I 1I'.MHS TO I
I.exal tender notes. . . I &J,027 OU f
Hi ilciuption (und with U.H. Treas
urer ifi per cent, of circulation)..
Due from U. 8. Treasurer, other
than 5 per cunt, redemption fund
Capltsl ntocfc paid in
tiuuividnd profits, less expenses
and tuxes paid
National bank notes outstanding...
l)uu to other national banks ,
Iiue to State banks and bankers....
Individual deposits subject to
Demand certificates ot deposit
Z Mw.nno no
OH, '.TO si
uci tmeu chocks
(.'ashler's cheeks outstanding
Notes and bills re discouatod
Liabilities other than those above
Total V.m.W 28
State of Pennsylvania, County of Lacka
I, Wm. 11. Pook. Cashier of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that tlie
above statement Is true to the best of mj
knowlodtfe and belief.
WM. H. PECK, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 23d
day o( July, 1804.
SAMUEL V. EDGAR, Notary Public,
WM. CON NELL. 1
GEO. H. CATf.IN, rD!reotors.
HliMilf BKLIN, JR., (
If and e mil kinds eost that mueh, se
ept Situation Vanted,vihich are instrU
Helo Wanted Females.
VyANTED A GERMAN 'GIHL FOI1
v general liouse work. References re
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WantkdIXboTwTthone ok two
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unemployed and will work fur $ls per
wook, write MacCouuell Bros., 11 Franklin
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Klven. Address orcnll on .1 . ACKKKMAN.
OFFH E OF THE SCRANTON STEEL
Company. The annual Meeting of the
si nek holders of th'i above company (or the
election of president and directors will be
held at tho olliea u( the company iu the city of
Scranton ou Thursday, the second day of Au
Kust next, at 4 o'clock p. m. No transfer of
stock will be made for twelve days next pre
ceding the date of the ubovo lunutiUK.
E. P. K1N(1.HURY, Secretary,
bo anton, Pa., July 17, 1MI4.
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appear, hi lot No. 8 In Square or Blook No.
30, on Wyoming avenue, on which tho
"Frotblngb.tin Arcade" stood. Tho lot is 40
feet wide and 107 feet deep to an ulley.
Torms will be made kno .ru on day ot sale.
CHAS. H. WELLES.
July 11, 1804.
PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED AT
1 the office of th Now York and Scranton
Coal company. Pei kvill", Pctina., until July
li'i, 1894, for sinking an air shaft at the Ontario
Colliery, size. 10x10, iu thu clour, and about 170
feet deep from the surfaco to tho Duumore
vein. Compauy roserves right to reject any
or all bids.
H. CHAPMAN, Inside Foreman.
Res 1 estate.
SCRANTON REAL ESTATE AND IN
offers barga'ns as f. lows:
CITY BUSf.NESS PROPERTY.
40 ft. front by M ft. deep, on Spruce
street, rents for $700 $10,000
40 fl. front by W foot deep, on Sprues
street, corner alley 10,500
These together give 80 ft. (ront on Spruco
street between Pen a aud Frai.klin, with alley
on side. Spruco street property is advancing
CITY RESIDENCE PROPERTY.
CORNER MONROE AND VINE stroets.
lot 5UX85, two dwellings, SO.iCO, giving a nice
residence aud an incrmo for small investment:
ALSO A PLOT OF a LOTS, giving I2J ft.
(ront on Mo iroe avenue, near Viue street.
Tbeie make a Urst-clsss residence plot in a
desirable locality. If not sold in ono plot will
sell above separately.
Lot 60x180, South Main avenuo, adjoining
resldeneo of Smith B. Mott, price, &;,;d0; also
lots on Rock t root and West End place. Only
COW v TRY PROPERTY.
A BEAUTIFUL HOME AT DALTON, PA.,
modem house, spring water piped int it from
hill buck,, baru for three horses aud two cows,
hennery with comotitel floor, young fruit,
fine lawn, grand outlook; one aud a half to
throe acres, as desired, J5,(XI0.
Also lots ot about a 11110 size ou Western
Slope, Dalton. Call or address
SMITH B. MOTT, Manngor,
No. 421 Lack, avo.-re.ir board trade.
SITUATION' WANTED UY A YOUNG
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politer und builder of New York, desires
a position as foreman; can draw pluus aud
epecitlo .tions. Address H. It., cor. Crane ave
nue and Parker street.
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years' experience lu post ollice, pusitlon
In post oflioe or othor office. Address "It. F.,"
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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE
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
and White Goods at any price to dispose of them.
Now Is the Accepted Time.
GROSS, FOSTER & CO.
QUALITY The best value that has ever come from a for
COLOR Dyed by "Hermsdorf." That's enougn.
PRICE-25c. A PAIR.
Our own stamp. Our own import.
Taffeta Moires I2l2c. per yard. Others advertise
them as a bargain at 1 5 cents.
CONNOLLY & WALLACE
European Plan. Flret-olass Bar sttsehetl.
epot tor Bergner 4s Engel's Tannhwuser
IE Cor, IStb MdFiltatto, M
Most desirable for residents o( N.E. Ponn
ylvania. AU conveniences lor travelers'
to and from Broad Street station and the
Twelfth and Market Strict btation. Us
lirable (or vibltiug Sorautoulaus kc po
tie la the Anthraolto Kegiou.
T. J. VICTORY,
There i3 no smell of smoke
SALE WW COiSC ON
and will last twenty-one days longer. Iu that tiuia wa must dispue of our stosk of Clothing and Gents'
Furnishings by order of the insurance companies, who have already given out the contract to repair
our store, which was damaged Saturday night, June 16, by the explosion and fire in the building of our
neighbors, Messrs. Davies & Griffin.
Clothing Sold at 33 Cents on the Dollar Less Than Cost to Make,
DOH'T DELAY. COME AT ONCE. DON'T MISS THIS CHANCE.
AN ACTUAL SAVING OF 67 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR.
Wo only mention a few b.irgiins; all other good3 sold at equally astonishing low prices.
BOYS' PAHTS. 13c.
Two for 23 Cents.
Men's Suits, for'y sold for
Men's Suits, for'y sold for
Furnishing Goods and
This is NOT a Permanent Fire Sale. It will last
SIGN OF THE BELL. 230 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
tiTNEXT DOOU TO TIIE BURNED DAVIES & GRIFFIN BUILDING.
FOSTER & CO.
OF THE GREAT
316 AND 318 LACKAWANNA
ll's havt lately had Feather Beds and PiUoi$ hrouyht to us by
ttranyen who wished to dispose of the same and from whose actions
we believed the feathers 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 us, any Feathers, Carpets, etc , which they
wish rtnovaled. Any of our agents can easily identify themselvei, or if
any one who wishes work done in our line, will drop us a card or call
at our factory, tie will promptly attend to their wants and will en
deavor to merit the confidence of everybody.
THE SVRNATOX llKDDINO CO.,
CU2 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.
105 ud 101
ur Stock Damaged
or lire about them, and they ara
S PAHTS, 500.
$10, now $4.75
$16, now 8.25
all goods that are damaged at your own price.
Opp. Court House.
equally as good as before.
BOYS' SUITS, 65c.
Single and Double-breasted.
Men's Pants, sold for $5, now $2.00
Boys' Suits, Sold for $3.25, now 1.35
only 21 days longer.
If a Tornado
It would cause little moro
surprise to our citizens than
SPOT CASH PRICE LIST
WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEW
ELRY, SILVERWARE, ETC.,
never have been sold before at
such prices; but, rememberthere
is no CREDIT at Freeman's.
A Handsome Complexion
la one ol the greatest charms a woman eaa
pouess. PossoMi'a Comjpuzios Powcma