The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, July 25, 1894, Page 2, Image 2

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    THE SCItANTON TRIBUNEWEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 25, 1894.
X
BASE
Poltsvllle Loses the Second Game of tha
Series to Scranloo.
ALLERTOVN BEATS HARRISCURG
Hazletcn Turns the Tables on Read
ing and Wins the Second Game.
Rain Prevented the Came Between
Lancastsr and Philadelphia Stand"
ing of the Clubs National and
Eastern League Results Base Ball,
Bicycle and General Sporting News
Briefly Chronicled.
S n result of yostur-
terdtiy 8 btate leui;ne
bt.so ball couteats
the ti botweeti
Scruutou and Al
leutown fur Cit
place reuiuini un
broken, the former
having won a will
played uauio from
Poituvilla and the
latter from Harris
bur;. At Reading
the boiue team, lout
the second Ram of tbe serUs to ilazle
ton, tbiis changing pluses with that
club mid goiuij into fifth pluoe. Riiu
interfered with the game Bctieiluled to
be played at Lancaster with tbe Phila
delphia club. The positions of tbe other
Statu 1 limit) clubs therefore remains tin
cliauc'd. Tho following table ftives the per
centages of the clubs, the number of
piiun'3 won and lut. br each, nud their
standing in the cb:itnpioti8hip raee:
Won. Lost. PerC't.
Fcranton ..,
Allentown.
Lancaster..,
.11
.11
. 8
,fi:5
.538
.4?.)
.U77
Pottsville 7 0
Iliizletuu It 8
Kuadiiig 5 8
Ilnrrlsburi; ft it
Pbiladi-liiUiu.... 1 Vi
SCHEDULE FOH TODAY.
Reeding at Scrnnton.
Laucaater at Allentown.
PgttsvdlB nt Unzleton.
Iiarrisburg at Philadelphia.
SCRANTON'S TtSTH STRAIGHT.
FottavIlU Had a Na-.row E)cpo from a
Sl ut Out.
In winning its tenth consacutive vic
tory yeeterday Serauiou came very
l.oar ndttiinistriiig a coat of white
wmh to th Potuvillo club.
Up to the ninth iuuiug Pottsville bad
VfiMi uuable to jret n man across the
pUt-, but iu that inning a rally at the
but, an error by Phelun und poor
throwing by RoguM from right field
rnatlod l'ottsvillu to aucure three runa
and KVeiJ the humiliation of a shut
out. lIydion '.itched one of liia brilliaut
pa woe. IIu v;a found for ot.ly t-vn
luib-, gwe on mail a btse on balls,
and struck out three others He was
yivii line snpyort.
Pitchtr Wilnoii, of Pottsville, was
v."t in perfect physical condition, but
lti-vertbeless pitched a good auia.
liiii own trror allowed Scruntoii to
M-otc in tie first Junius.', and utter that
thy player l)iiind liim nade effort
to prvvent Mr. Wilson' error from be
n miutr lonesome. Io the fourth tbe
home loam iu;hIk three runs o; siiijjlu
by PUlau aud Wwtl.ike, ami a double
by Jo,;r!i and an error by Short Slop
.'yci A donble fcy W.izal and u
single by ll.gau iu the firth m-tUd an
ntiier run, Tiixro va no fnrihor acor
inirdcne i.y Scruutou during the gauiv.
The playiug throughout the guuiw
w;ii sharp und cleun, aud the game
most interesting.
Wlica the I'auville player j went to
tho tat In the lust half of tbe ninth, a
lonu ttrinc of zeros confronted them
us the result of their efforts duriug the
preceding eitfht inning.
Potts, tiio brit Istwr, knocked n bull
out t'j PUUn which th lUr failed
to liHudi" (iestcrously nl .Mr. 1V.U
reccbo.i first. Tighe followed with a
eingb', Kills il'.cd iut to J'atciion and
ou Fuller's niiilo nsnisud by bnd
tbrow from rigiit field by Roger
three runs were scored. How the bat
tle was fought:
SCRAN TON.
7
n. ii. r.a a. k.
Wetsel, 8. 2 I 1 l
IIokmi, c. f 0 8 2 D D
pHtcbo;;, o. 0 17 0 0
5iun..y, lb 0 0 U 0 0
Pht:su, 'Jb 1113 1
Htalti, i. f 1 1 3 0 0
J('i3!-r, r. f 1 8 2 II 0
v:lake, Sb 0 1 1 1 1
Ilodson, p 0 'i 0 4 0
Totals. 5 13 27 10 8
;POTTSVILLli
a. It. P.O. A. E.
Kyo Bs o a l a g
Uulilen, cf o o 2 o o
l'o:t, I. f loooo
Tiifbe, 2l 112 5 1
Elds, ah 0 0 0 7 1
Eniler, lb 1 2 37 0 0
II 11. if 0 0 10 0
DiffliLS, c 0 18 8 0
Vi:ou, p 0 118 1
Smith, 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 3 7 27 20 5
Smith batted In placj of Digj-ir.s.
Fi-rauti.n 1 0 0 8 1 0 0 0 0-5
Pottt!Tllle.....,.0 0 0 0 0 0 O0 83
Earned rr.un Soranton, 3. Two baue
bits Wiit wl, Hogan 2, Rogers 2. Sacri
fice hits Wetzel, Hogau, Patcheu.Golden,
Fuller. Htoion bssus llogun, Patcheu,
Pi.elun. Double plys HoOkou to PheUin
to Mns?y, Ellis to Tijjho fiFnller. Struck
out tiy Il(iUon 3, Wilson 2. Firtbao on
lmlls By liodson 1, Wilson 1. Passed
balls Ligt'lnj 2. Time 1.35. Umpire
Curcorau.
OTHER STATE LEAGUE RESULTS.
At Allentown
Allentown. ...1 3000200 17
Ilurrbbura....O 1000108 16
Pits Allentown, 0; HarrUbnrg, 12. Er
rors Allentown, 2; Harrisburg, 2. Bat
tories Baldwin and iliiiigan; ileany and
Wente.
At Heading
Reading 1 0100000 0 2
Unzleton 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 I- 4
Hits Heading, C; Hazleton, 8. Errors
Reading, 3: Uazleton.l. Batteries Cum
raitigs and Goodaurt; Lukens and Fair
burnt. At Lancaster The Philadelphia-Lancaster
game today was called io the fourth
iunlUK ou account of rain, with the score
yUndiug 5 to 1 in favor ot tbe Plilladel
pbias. NATIONAL LEAGUE.
At Wssbington Wellington ts. Phila
delphia gauio, postponed, rain.
it Loultviile
riuclnnati....2 0000100 14
Louitvide 0 0000030 0 8
Hit-C'lneiunti, 7; Louisville, 10. Er.
rorH-Olnetaiistl, 2; Loniovlllo, 2. Ant
teiies Parrott and Murphy; Hemming
uud Grim. Umpire Gudney.
At (.'Iwvelanfl First gamo
Cleveland 3 0 i 0 fl 0 0 1 8-13
tit. Louis 5 1080000 0 8
Hits Cleveland, 18; St. Louis, 13. Er-
rors Cleveland, 8; St. Loul, 7. Batter
ies Jdulluue and Zlumier; Brelteusteln
and Peltz. Umpire Hurst.
At Clovelaud Sacond gmft
Clevtlaud U 0 1 0 0 0 1 01
fct. Louis 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2-3
Hits-Cleveland, 11; St. Louis, 8. lir-vors-Clveland,
1; St. Louis, 3. Uattur
ies Cupiiy aud Zioiinurj liawley aud
Peitz. Cuapir ilurst.
At Chicago
Chicago 0 8 0 0 1 4 3 0 1 ,13
Pittsburg 3 0 10 110 1 4-11
Hits-Culcago. 2i; rittsbtirg, 11. F.r
roik Chicago, 0; PitUburg, 5. Datteriui
lfutubiiikuu aud Kittredt'H; EUret, Hum
bert, Aleri itt aud Alack. Umpire Lyuch.
At lioiton Borton vs. Brooklyn guine
poitpoued rain.
AtXevr Yoik
Nw Yoik....O 0010000 x 1
Ualtiuiore 0 0000000 0-0
Iiits Ntw York, 4; Baltimore, 0. Kr
rors Ht York, 8; Bultimoip, 1. Bat
teries Kuie aud Farre.l: McilaUou and
Itooiusou. Uuipiro-Kuislio.
EASTERN LEAGUE.
At Syracuse Bufl'alo, 3; Syracuse, 2.
Ao 'J'roy Troy, tlj Erie, 5.
At Spiiuglleld-Biughamtou, 7; Spring
field, fi.
At Providence Providence, 5; Wilkos
Barre, 1.
GLINTS FROM THE DIAMOND.
Yesterday's game was tho shortest of the
sea? ou. It was over at 5.33.
Wilson proved a clever twirlor yester
day, but he was not near as effective as
Hodsoa,
Fuller, tbo long drawn out first baseman
of th Pottsville club, had seveutecu put
outs yesterday,
The Scrautoa Stars cballeuRO the West
Side Stars to agamo of bull on tbe Still
water grounds on Saturday next at 3
o'clock p. m. ii. Dougherty, captaiu. An
swer through The Tiuuunk.
The Actives of Green llidgo organized a
new club and would like to cross bats with
the Union Stura of Dunmoro fur a game
of ball ou tho Stove works' grounds. The
Actives of Ureen Ridjje challenge, no club
only under 17 years ot age. E. Young.
In the pnmo at Lancaster yesterday in
the fourth innintr, Funlkrod, the third
basemau, and Roth, catcher of the visit
i n H team, collided ou tho Held with tenille
force, FouLkrod beius rendered uncon
scious. After nearly half au hour's work
he revived mlUcieutly to be taken to his
Hotel, wnero nis condition tomcat Is re
garded as serious.
JJIauaxer Swift has telegraphed to
Pitcner Wood, of Montreal, Can., for
terms. 31r. Swift bars that Wood is an
accomplished nrtut with t'o'i splier;..
There is koiub talk of biirniun Kitdit
Fielder Poormau, of Kunova. but .Mamuer
Swift does not care about making acy
change iu tho outU.ld while Honors con
tinues to nit tu Hall as he is at prewut.
Yesterday Uosers made two doubles and a
single. Patcueu is also hitting the ball
nurd aud uoiuii snUudid back Rt.m work.
liarnug tho catching of bih flies bo bus
noftiperior iu ito loiiae.
The flaht bjtweeu Scrnnton and Allen
town for Urst place is one of the ni03t in
teresting in ttie history of minor league
bane bull iu this state. Since last Thurs
day the two clubs have been tied for tlist
tilace. Uotll are ulaviui; with trreut oarn-
tiitnes. apparently d-jturaiiuediiut to ailow
'.he other to have enure possewiou of tlie
lop notch. Today Scrim ton meets li.;ud
ing, while Alientowu will struggle with
Lai.castur, which occupioi second piace.
'Ihey are strong clubs and Allentown and
Sciautou will nave to put up a yilt udjjed
article of ball to win.
llogun did some of his old tim-j bit'.iii"
yesterday, baviut; two doubles aud a siuijle
to his civdlt. lie Injured his moutu in the
sevruUi Wlr.lo Mlitli-i - to tho homo plate.
Catcher Limj saw him coming and
threw LU io u:, tlu home niato on-
dently for tiio purpose of detuning tlw
nmiur from sllJittg. iio:; in took chances,
liiiwev.r, and vrnn injured as uuova stutid,
l l:at mask trick is au oM one a id him re
sultud iu suveral piuvers being iujurod
this season. Dirty ball playing ot that
character ulv.avs luiloales aga!u,t tho
player who indulges hi it and injures the
L'auiH. l'ottivilio indulges in aitogethjr
too much of It.
NOTES OF THE TURF AttO TRACK.
Yp Tamrieu won tiio Wheeler handicap
at Wasnlngton park, Chicigo. ou Saturday.
Ii. F. Dwyer bad tin worst day 1 a the
ring this season uti Friday. Hit btst h'juvily
on aimoat every race, and whoa the spol t
was over he was 440,000 to .150,000 to the
bad.
Tiio question of tho right to soil pools ou
a track on races that are being run ou
ott er trucks came before Justice U.ii tiett
in the supreme court, Brooklyn, .Monday,
'f he justic. beid that under the laws t;ov
eruing pool solliiiK, as they stand, such
traffic is illvgal. Charles A. K.dlr was ar
rested on the Flushing raco tracit and
brought before Justice Clinton Is.
charged with having sold pools on other
races within the grounds of the Flushiii'j
association. IXa was held for tho i,'raud
jury and Lawyer Edward M. (J rout applied
to Justice Barilott fur a writ of :rtinniri
to review the country judge's action. Liw
yer Grout contendoJ thai under tiio Ives
Pool law it is legal to Seli pools on any
race3 u low? as tlm sale is otf jcted within
the grounds of a liuiaK aneociatiou und
wliln the mejtirig is b.'iu hold. Justice
Bartlett did not lake thut view of tho
mutter, lie denied t!; j moliou for a writ,
and paid it was clearly the in tout! n of tho
legislature that pnols chould be sold only
on races iu progress ou the truck.
WHIRLS OF THE WHEEL,
One of the luoat interesting races in the
coming meet will be for the championship
of Lackawanna county.
J. S. Johnson Has made application to
ride under tho colors of tho Syracuse Ath
letic association, Hince his relations with
the Century Cycle club becamo so strained.
The Green Ridgo wheelmen hsvo re
ceived a sandiou from tho League of
of American Wheelmen for their race
meat which will occur on Wednesday,
Auk. 22.
Ralph Gregory is sojourning at Preston
park, Pa. for a few weeks. Upon his re
turn, bo will immediately go into training
for the races which will occur at the
Driving park on Aug. 22 under the aus
pices of the Green Ridgo wheelman.
Goorgo F. Taylor, the erstwhile bright
star iu the cycle racing firuiameut, bus be
come a shifter from the employ of ono
manufacturer into that of auotbur. He la
no loLger starred, but is used as a pace
makor or "donkey." Chicago Iuter-Oceaa.
Charles E. Whitteu, a ono-leggod bicycle
rider of Lynn, has made a record for his
class for a distance of 108 miles. Last Mon
day he started from Lynn at 0 o'clock in
the moruiug and rode to Portlaud, nrriv
lcg in that city at 6.10 In the evening. The
actual time for tbe distance was seven
hours aud fifty minutes.
GENERAL SPORTING NOTES.
John L. Sullivan is still summering in
Boston.
The English sportsmen have not done
much bragging about tbe victories over
Yale and the Vigilnut.
W. A. Brady, Corbett's manager, sailed
lat week on tho Britannic and Corbett
will sail on the Majostio Weduesday.
The members of the Brooklyn Athletio
club offer to back Frank Patterson, tha
feather weight, agalust any 111) pound
man iu tho country for $l,0u0 a side aud a
purse.
"Mike" Healy offers to back "Jorry"
Marshall, the colored feather wotgbt
pugilist, against tieorge Dixon for a stake
of 13.61)0, In private, in sklu gloves, or iu
public, with regulation gloves.
George H. Homer and James Ten Eyck
are matuhed to row a threo-mile race in
bost and best boats at Danielsonville,
Conn., on Augnst 0. Tire race will be
rowed on Alexander's lake, and will bo
under tbe mauagouient of John S. Wright.
Quinsy troubled ine for twenty years.
Bloce I started using Dr, Thomas' Ecleo
trie Oil, have uot bad an attack. Tho oil
cures sore throat it once. Mrs. Letta
Conrad, Staudish, Mich., Oct. 24, '63.
COWARDLY JULY.
Ktrikoa Duwu Ike Tri'duiis Isabel Fatal
Case, of t'bolorii Iulautura Terminate
lualito ol ew Hours Mar " 1'reTOUted
by (be I'so uf Laolatcil Foud.
Tbe big plants,
with thair roots deen'
igr- ill the earth. row
iVt'ii atrntiifwhmi til Julv
& ZTtfy&v sun beats down on
,i them, but the flow.
01 L'i! ur droop aud die
t'Hv before the fierce
"ffffc heat.
JfT'-V&A Babies and yonng
,! children fl the
- disastrous eff-icts of
beit more than others.
But physicians positively deolarc
tbut where tbe streugth is curefully
kept up, und every pojsibility of con
tagion removed by using 4'a spleudid
nutrhueut." ns do,ctor call lactatrd
food, tho more preaetios of high tom
peratore can do no harm. For, at the
bottom, cholera infantum is the result
of a condition of things that follons
improper feeding.
During hot weather tho slightest
signs of iudigestion or diarrticA should
receive immediate atteutiou and bs
met by a close scrutiny of the diet.
Habius and young children who do not
eat with relish, who aro weak ami de
bilitated, "pick up" murvellonsly when
thoy are put on a diet of Uctute 1 food
even for u few weeks. Lictated food
is taken with relish when all other
nutriment is rsfused.
Every element of pure mother's milk
is met in lactaled food.
Keep baby npon Isolated food and it
will etjeupi cholera infantum aud dun
grouj summer illness.
No household with little children iu
it should feel safe during tlies hot
days iitid nights unless they know lac
tated food is at band for emergencies.
It is the rood upon wbiou hundreds
of huppy mothers have uoutished their
little ones. Sys Mrs. II. E. Chap
man, of Newton Centre, Mass., whose
baby is shown above, in a letter to the
makers of this food:
"I wish to toll you about onr baby.
We tried a food .at first that baby did
nut swum to like, as he always luf t half
iu his bottle, Fiuallv be was taken
very sick aud the doctor advised us to
use lactated food, which w did at
once, und from that tiiuo until this he
bus cried for it evwry two hours, aud
although we always give him one and
it half cupfulr, be has uever left any in
his bottle II is uow one year old,
aud has grown to be such a fat.hoalthy
boy."
Every mother should try lactated
food. Any druggist will sell for 25
cents a package large vnongli to make
10 pints of nourishing food, and in
large packages it is even less expen
sive. Motboru! Motharoll Mothers'!!
JJrs.Wiuslow's Soothiug Syrup hss bson
used for over fifty years by millions of
mothers for their children while teething,
with perfect success. It sooi hes the child,
softens the Hums, allays all pain; cures
wii.d colic and is tho best remedy for di
arrhcoa. Sold by diuggists iu every part
of tho world. Be sure and ask for "Mr.
Window's Soothing Syrup," aud take no
no other kind. Twenty-five cents a bot
tle. Charter Application.
VOTICE 18 Ht-IIKUY UKBM 'MAT AN
niipln-a'.l in -id b; made to tiio Uovur
nor of IVaiisyiv.inia, ou tho seconil lav uf
August, 1 -i.lt. at 10a.i-i.,by Charles M..M-ill'in,
ouiuvc It. 1 1 --rk. Wdli.ui ' C.ney, William
J. Itooiinii:in aad M ir oa W. Finn, umiur the
.(to f Assoaibly.eu.itleil "An act to pr.v5dj
f r tho iuciirporatiuu a iu rej illation of cir
ta n vsrnorati ni." ii)tr veil Aprd It,
and tin,- -ii ji '.-mrjnt s t'ir?t'. f--r th) charter
o! au inti u.lod ''Tin rat on o hi callod
"Tim .-vTiiiiton 'n im iey up C jiupaiiy," tii t
eh 'rart m- and old t uf whieu i i for the pur
pui'i,f taijmiitictiirtmeoi'stdeof iron oratoel
M- or any oilmi nietai or artiidu of ciiininuree
from ran al. wuod. nr l"tli, and fur tliese par
in s-" to have, possess und nioy all tho rights,
Imiieflts and orlvil-.-g 's oi said uct of a-iSJin
bly and uuiipl -nioutit tli'-roro.
11. .i. KlRrETER, Solicitor.
VOTICE IS I1EI EI3Y GIVEN TUT AN
i'P ideation v. , It ho made te tn-i Oovor
nor oi thj S a:e of J'eiiusylvaiiia, oa Wednes
day, tho eighth day of August. 1SII, by 121-w-nl
P. - un-it 's. l-re-Krii k .1. Piatt, Orlando
S. Julius n, William T. Smith. Frank U. Piatt
mil Jus pii C 1-lalt, uiul'-r the Act of Assi-in-lily
nf tii't Cnininoiiwealih of Pennsylvania,
entitlod "Ail act to provido for the iucorpor
iiiiiui and regnlatio:- of certain corijoi at ons."
aiHinyi'l Aiiril and t:io Niipp'nmi-iits
tlH'ren, for t he I'hartjr of un inte:idi,d ci r
poraiiou, to be culled "Th. heranti-n iJko
triii t oast ni 'tloii Ojinpanv," tho rliaraelur
and obj.ct of wnirb is tue uiaiinfa turn. fur-ui.-liiia;,
orcotioii nitl installiitloii tail or
either) of eie trio or stoiim plants tor ilht
iac;. drilllin;, Iiiui1j.:c. ami puinpina;, or elucv
'. it: l iwer noraliy, in and al out niinos or
mining operations and (.levator; and lor
the manufa'. liiru or tui-nisblng of all kinds of
oli cti-ical iimehiii iry, aud st iiiipliaii'es uod
in op.'1'a'iUi tho .saau, uad tor tlteso pur-posi-s
i Lav . ml iiwri and enjoy all the
i klits. hencl'tt and privileges of tiio said act
of assembly and its iutjph.iinents
Till )S. F. WiUiLS. Solicitor.
Financial Statement.
"J7IN AN CIAL STATEMENT FTHGIMU
I ton Indepeuilvut Seliool Diutriot for tho
year ending Juno 1, IrVI.
TAXES.
Amount Invlod for school pur
poscfj JT01 03
Aioouut levied lor building pur
pose 350 14
Total amount of taxes levied... $1,062 07
IIECEIPTS.
From ctiito anpropriation for
i ho year evding June. lrill....J(!ll OS
Balaiiee on hand from iaat year 3f)J 03
From North Abiuttou township
for tultivii 71 0)
Fron G. A. Gay for tuition re
ceived from paid pupils 8 SO
fri'uiii collector for taes col
lected tffi! 70 '
Total recolpts $2,070 21
F.XI'ENIHTUHKS.
For repairs on buildings 8 f!7 M
For toachers' wage DU3 75
For fo b ot collector u'f..70; and
treasurer (S3.7lii 70 40
For fuel unci contingencies 72 1)5
For salary of seereUrV HI
For debt aud Interest raid M) M)
For other expenses 2100
For scbool text books and sup
plies 238 71
Total expenditures SI 70 1 40
Cash ou band ' S05 75
UKSOUllCKS.
Cash on h'and $.30) 75
Amount due from collector ii 17
Total $ 350 02
I.1AHLIT ES.
Amount of bonds outstandiu(t.$2.0U0 00
2 000 00
Liabilities Inexcoss of rcsonroea 1,2111 IJ
o. it nets our bund this sixth day of July,
18U4.
EDWARD MILES, President;
A. B ALL, PeeretHry
Situations Wanted.
W'TntetX'i'o1s
healthy man as watchman. Best of
rofornticcs. Address Peter Hill, 1420 Summit
avenue, Beranton, ra.
ANTEL)-F081 1'ION ASHOUSEKEKF
or, by an American womaa (widow),
hard worker, neat and tntolliirmit. A wood
peraianont position au object. Unlimited tes
timonials. II. E. V., Trieuno office.
U iTOAifloirvrAkTEtCBY A YOUNtJ
O man; who Is not afraid of work, willing to
no most anytiuag, sotier arid rename, u. ii.
11110 Jackson ttroet.
(SITUATION WANTED BY A GOOD GIRL;
C? can do Koimrnl nousowork! will eivo rot
erences if requirod. Address No. 24, Tribune
olllce.
TV TIDDLK AGED MAN. FORMERLY CAR.
11 peutor and builder of New York, desires
a position as foreman; can draw plans and
spi-cillo.'tlous. Adoress D. It., cor. Crane ave
nue aud Parker itreet.
j
TANTED BY A LADY WITH FOUR
t ' years e.'iperiouce in post olllce, position
in post olllce of othor office. Address "U. P.,"
Tribune olllce i
B3
A Word.
tTentiof all JHnd.i coat that mveh,
cpt Situations Wanted.wltich art inatrtu
WEB.
Kclo Wanted Females.
AKuCTa U 12 H M A N lUiiL. FOR
ir.,., ....l kn,. ,.....'.- TA..rii'cni.iiia ro.
OUlred. A iily iiiiincillatoly at ll-HVino street
Kelp Wanted Male.
llfANTICD ABUYvTtII ONE OH TWO
l v. . ....... ... l,.. ili-iii. Iinniniinfl
Apply at jlc(j..rrali & Thoniau' Uruur Store.
TANTi:t) -IF VOl AllU A CATlHlt.lt:,
Uueiupluvel i-ud will work for .IS n r
week, wrilo ilai-Couuell Jlros., 11 Franklin
utient, Kontoii, iliass.
f or Sale.
pETXiiruU( SALE
IVi diiinz a orotltubio busi less, Hi st reason
eivnti. A idn ss or e.id on J O. At'Ki'.'lM A S".
Special fiotlcca.
OFFP E Of THE SCHANTOS STEKt.
Coiupany. Vlio aninial iin-etlng of tho
st )i kholders of til ) above company for the
election j( prOi.iilont and din-i tors will bo
heid at tlta oitleu of th ) euinpany iu tan city of
Si-ra itou o.i Tlur ad iv, too sieoiid day of Au
glint next, at I o'o oeK p. in. No transfer of
stork w ill hj nude for twelve days next pro
eeJiug thJ dat ) of the uliovo uioetiug.
E. V. KiNtl.-iiCUY, beeretary.
Ho anton, Pa., July I", 1MH.
ISFOKMATKlN WANT ED AS TO THE
I whiHVkbuute of one John Cornier, adopted
bv a Jlr. lli.ho.i (from l'iiilaiolihia, iu l.iiiiii,
of L'pper Harl'.y. 8prlnj;l!eltl, lC"llyville, or
i'hflou Koail p atottieo. Any inluiniation re
liarduiK the same will bo thankfully received
hy his n.sler, .VI rs. Kh.i 1. 1331 North T.-enty-seventh
street, I'hiladeliinhi, or his brother,
L. N. (Jouuvr, 333 Iraiikhn avenue, Seian
ton, I'a.
VEW SVSTKM OF SUCCESi-FUi. SPKCU
1 latlon in tip) Sloeit ai.d Oram market.
Dividend payable weekly. J.uat week's divi
dend 7 per cent. Wr.t 'for iiarruuiars' C. G.
MATU..H, Medinah lluildin t, Chieago.
OlflTU EIVEIlt'OOE, LONDON, GLAS
UlU row, On -ou-town. Londonderry and
Helfast, oa Wtiitn Star Liuj. J. A. BAU
ItON.i.gout, Priceb'irg.
Vou" vi'ant fiTis uiaKiTETiTiN
J Frank Leslie's Illustrated Weekly War
Illustrations lII li."i. Two Volume Folio,
Jlti.M; puynhle niout.ilv. ieO. Del vered by
expres-i roimilute, ),repaid. Addroii P. O.
ilOODY, (il Gibson street, Kcranton, 1'u.
1LANK HOOKS, 1 Ail I'll LEI'S, JiAlU
i zlnus, o'c, buuud or rebound at Till!
TitinuNB ofllce. (Juiek work. Ueaaonnblo
prices.
MEAL TICKETS CAN I51S H tD AT 144,
corner Spruce street and Franklin ave
nue. Twenty meal tickets for i3.ii. Good
table board.
Lost.
T OST-SILK WAIST, BETWEEN DELA
1j wnro, Lackawanna and Western depot
and Scruntou liuiise. Address Lawrouco drug
!U,re, Luckawauna avenue.
T OHT-ON VINE STREET, BETWEEN
li Monroe avenue and Erie and Wyoming
depot, a tan leather seat in two parts. Finder
awarded by returning to 31- Lackawuuua
avei.ue.
Public Sale"
T Wll L OFFER AT PI B 10 SALE ON
1 Wednoiday, 'uly "a, 18.11, at HI o'clock a.
M.. on tb premises, the leaseliold estate and
term of years ere .ted by Indenture lioiu . .
G. S.-liooiiuuk r to Arihur P'rotliintcl) m and
l.HUi-.i Frutuiiisuiim, dated Jnue 1st, IXsx, re.
riled in MortH'ag) Bok No. 31, pnijo IS4,
etc., ai by rulcronco thvieto bud will fully
uppear, in lot No. 8 In Square, or Block Mo.
3il. (vi Wvomiiu uvonue, on whicli thn
"Frotliinnhim Ana lo''t.x)d. Tiio lot is 4U
feet wide and hit feet deep to uu alley.
To ms will bo made known on day ot salo.
CHAS, a. WELLES.
July 11, 1SH.
Proposals.
KOPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED AT
i the oflico of th New York aud Scranbrn
tlnal company. Peckville, I'otma., until July
25. 104, for s.iiktag an air shaft at the Ontario
colliery, i u Hlxlll, in the clear, mid about 110
net deep troui run suriaco to lue uuiiiiiore
vein. Conuiaiiv roserves rik'ht to reject any
or ull bids.
II. CHAPMAN, Insido Foroman.
Rcji Estate.
CCUANTON REAL ESTATE AND
1N-
I.T VESTMENT AGENCY.
offers lmr'-'aiiiH as fol'ows:
CITY I.U.SI.SESS I itOl EKTY.
40 ft. front bv il ft. deep, ou Sprneo
street, rents fi r .0J $10,000
40 ft. lront by 50 feet deep, onSpruco
street, corner alley 10.500
These tonutner itive SO ft. front on Spruce
street botyn n l'enn and Frin klin, with alley
on ni le. Spruce street property Is advancing
rapidly.
CITY nKSIDENCR PROPERTY.
Cf'RNER MONItOE AND VINE streets,
lot 50xs5, two dwellinea, ifli.iOt. itivinu a nice
resideiico and an Inci in j for small investment;
ALSO A PLOT OF 3 LOTS, givmif 123 It.
front on Mo iron avenue, n-ar Vino street.
Theie make u llrst-class residenco plot iu a
(leirsblo locality. If Lot sold iu ouo plot will
seil above separately.
WEST SIDE.
Lot 50x180, South Main avonno. adiolniiiu
mideliec of Httiith li. Mott, pri-e, t-.iM; 11I.-.0
lots 011 ltoek street and West End plaeo. Only
four left.
COUNTRY PROPERTY.
A BEAUTIFUL DOME AT DAL TON, PA.,
modorn house, fprlnu water piped int it from
hill back, burn for tbroo horaes anil two cows,
leunery with cements 1 thior, young fruit,
fine lawn, fraud nullouk; ouo uud a bait to
three acres, as desired, fo.rw.
Also lots of about suno sizo on Western
Slope, Dnlton. Call or address
SMITH l. MOTT, ManitBoi",
No. 421 Lack nve. rear board i,ia.le.
Architects' Notice.
A RCHITKCT8' NOTICK-CO.MI'ETITIVB
jTl plaos and speelHcatlou sro invited for a
city buililinu to Im mod for lire department
house anil police nr.trol station. A urosniclus
Kit the bnildiiig nta v be seen at the office of tho
cityeierH. at wnicn omco tno sinu plans end
piieeilienlioLS are to be submitted on or before
Wcdnei.ilay, August '!, HM. By order of city
councils.
M. T. LAVELLE, City Clerk.
Scrnnton, Pa.. July 24. IW4.
new
liOl
GROSS, FOSTER
PBSITIVELY THE LIST WEEK
Bankrupt
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.
S.
Ladies' Black Hosiery
QUANTITY 100 dozen.
QUALITY The best value that has ever come from a for
eign shore.
COLOR Dyed by "Hermsdorf." That's enough.
PRICE 25c. A PAIR.
Our own stamp. Our own import.
Taffeta Moires 12 per yard. Others advertise
them as a bargain at, 1 5 cents.
N
ft
Hotel Wayerly
European Plan. Firet-class Bar attache.
Depot tor Berguer 4s Eugel's Tannhieuser
Beer.
ii Cor, 15tti MdFiltatoti,, Ptilliii
Vest dcsirabla for residents of N.E. Ponn
tylvaula. AU conveniences for traveler
to ami from Broad Street atatlou and the
Twelfth aud Market Htr.ot station. De
sirable for vkiting Scrautonlane and pea
lie lu the Authraolto Hegloa.
T. J. VICTORY,
PF.0I RIETOM.
OLLf k WALLACE
Pipes Our Stock Damaged
f IC raw
BU30B33iaaaaSQ3Si;BS3IQiaEISBE!3ia3DEIIS3BE3Hlfil
There is no smell of smoke
and will lust twenty-one d tys loivgor. la thtt Litis. 3 y j uilhI; di-jp)ia of our stojlc of CLothiuj aud Gents'
Furnishings by order of tho iusuraiico companies, who have already given out tho contract to repair
our store, which was damaged Saturday night, Juuo 10, by the explosion and fire in tho building of our
neighbors, Mtssrs. Daviea & Grifiin.
Clothing Sold at 33 Ceats oa the Dollar Less Than Cost to Make,
DOUT DELAY. COME AT ONCE. DON'T MISS THIS CHANCE.
AN ACTUAL SAVING OF 67 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR.
We ouly mention a few barjiins; all other goods sold at equally astonishing low prices.
BOYS' PANTS. 13c.
I
Two for 23 Coats.
Man's Suits, for'y sold for
Men's Suits, for'y sold for
Furnishing Goods and
This is HOT a Permanent Fire Sals, It will last
m
SIGN OF THE BELL. 230 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
GJ-NISXT DOOK XO TUB BURN1SD DA VIES & Gill f'FIN BUILDING.
OF THE GREAT
FOSTER & CO.
316 AND 318 LACKAWANNA
209
WARNING.
He ficre lately had Feather litdt and Pillow brought to us b
clraiiijcra who wished to dispose of the same and from whose actions
tec Mi'i'mi the feathers didn't helonQ 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 , any Feathers, Carpets, tto, 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
deamr to merit the confidence of ecerybody.
THE SCIiXATOX DEDDIXO CO.,
002 and box Lacka. Ave., Cor. Adams.
WHY mi
See our FIFTEEN DOLLAR Solid
Oak Bedroom Setl
Wc sell Furniture cheap as
any house in the country that in
tends to give honest value for the
money. Try us.
EH1 mil & Co.
M at it
3
or fire about them, aud they are
HEN'S PANTS, 50c.
9
Never Rip.
$10, now $4.75
$16, now 8.25
all good3 that are damaged at your own price.
& CO.
AVENUE.
WASHINGTON AVE.
Opp. Court House.
ViKB.K HE.
equally as good as before.
BOYS' SUITS, 65c.
'
Single nud Double-breasted.
Men's Pants, sold for $5, now $2.00
Boy3' Suits, Sold for $3.25, now 1.35
only 21 days longer.
If a Tornado
Strike Scranton
It would causa little more
surprise to our citizens than
FREEMAN'S NEW
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.
For Delicacy,
I For purity, and for improvement of tha com
pleilon, nothing oquale Ponom'i Powder.
I