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TIIE SCEAKTON TEIBUN"13 T3IURSDAY MOItNTNG. JULY 2G, 1894.
Ssrantoa Wins from Reading Without
COULD NOT HIT PITCHER YERKES
The Reading Club Narrowly Escaped
a Shut Out, Allentown Wins an Ex
citing Uphill Camo from Lancaster,
Pottsville Defeated by Hazloton
Witliout a Run or a Hit The Phll
lius Loso to Harrisburs Standi ng
of the Clubs Interesting Base
lOTIt Scran ton and
winners ia yeter
day' Stnte League
bane bull eontoatH,
and in consvquuiicii
the tie Lotwvsn the
two club for first position rtnuuins un.
brokon. Scranton won with hands
down from Heading, while Kwlly'a Al
lentown ajgreijation had, a very rough
time in pulling their game out of th-
fire in th gome with Lancaster,
lluz'.eton lowered Pottsvilio's avoraj
in a welb played tome. Fitclier JacU Fen
beiug credited with the honor of shnt
tin ont the utronj; Pottsrille team
without a run or a hit. Tho rolutive
positions of tho elubs have not been
changed us a rasult of yesterday ' game.
Tim following table jtlves tho per
centages of the clubs, the number of
gams won and lot br each, and their
fctaudiug iu the chnmpionship race:
Won. Lost. IYrC't.
Foranton 13 3 I Knn
Aileutowu VJ 3
Liuicsttr S 6 .571
Pottsville 7 7 .50)
llazletou 7 8 Mi
llan-isburg 6 U A()
Heading 5 0 . 337
Philadelphia.... 1 M .071
SCHEDULE FOR TODAY.
Eemlitig at Scrnnton.
Lancaster at Allentown.
Tottsvilie nt Hnzicton.
Harrtxburg at Philadelphia.
YERKES PITCHED GREAT BALI.
He Bad No
Mr. Yerkes will do. If thsre wm
any doubt about it that doubt was dis
pelled yesterday. Eii pitching was of
the phenomenal order. Reading could
not do anything wita his delivery, and
it ws Dy the merest chance, in fact by
a doubtful decision, that they escaped
being shut out. Up to the nigbto inuiug
they got but oue hit from the lauky
youngster, and in the whole game they
succeeded in securing but sis. It was
in the tigiitii inning, aftor he had
struck oat two nun, that he Ut up on
the boys in blue. Thuy touched him
tip pretty livaly for a while, but when
he thought they had enough be shut
down on his liberality and retired tho
The fielding of the Scranton was also
of the star variety. Every man of the
infill,:, including the battery, covered
himself with glory. Patchen male
wonderful stops of wide twisters from
the Yorkes catapult; Masaey made a
one-banded stop of u hot liner that
evoked ringing applause. Yerkes, Poe
lan and Wetzel each made a wonderful
stop. Weitlake had five assists and
figured in one of the two double plays
In the outfield Hoi?aa got iu bis usual
running catch, this time going from
Mt center to deep right for a long
drive. Not an error was made.
Reading played a good gams, but it
would take the superlative of good to
beat or evn equal the kind of ball put
no by Scranton yesterday. Our own
Leidy made bit first appearance with
Reading in tbis city and was given an
ovation. It evidently rattled him for
after he was given his base on balls he
got caught napping at fim. Goodhart,
who formerly caught for Scranton,
made two of the six hits off Yerkes.
Ia the batting all the ScrautouUnj
sbowed np wnll with the exception of
Slaltz and Yerkes, although tne latter
made one lucky drive wiiiah brought
in a ma. No runs were secured until
the fourth inning. Masiey made a
single, stole second and c ime boms on
Torreyion'i failure to field VVestlaks's
hard bit. Wetzel opened up the fifth
with a beautiful three bagger and
cnnie in on Patchen's double.
Wetzel also started the run-getting
in the seventh. He drove a slow one
to third and Henry threw it in
among the carriages back of first base,
allowing llr. Wetzel to score aa un
earned run. Patchen knocked one to Tor
reyson which the old flood sufferer was
too slow In getting to firat. Msssey
sent a sharp on to center field and as
Lidy misjudged it, 3Ia8ey was on
third before it could b fielded Into the
diamond. Patchen Bcored on it and
Massey soon after tallied one on
Phelan's Mt. A hit by Westlake, an
error on Hogan's straight up fly, a bit
by Patchen, a three baggtir by ilsy
ana K pretty single by Phelan, netted
four runs. We alio got one in the
ninth by hits Dy Rogers and Yerkes.
Reading's only ran was made In the
eighth inning by Goodhart.
The appended score tolls the whole
slory to the initiated:
Wetzel, s. a 2 8
lloiian, c. f. 1 1
Pntcbnn, c 2 8
Mukm'7, lb 8 8
J'lielmi, 8b 0 2
Halts, I. f 0 0
Rogers, r. f 1 2
Wmtlako, 8b 1 8
Yerkes, p 0 1
Totals 1i) 17
Killer, If. 0 0
Thirty, e.t 0 1
Torroyion, 2b 0 1
Beaumont, lb 0 1
Henry, 8b 0 0
Eustncp, bb 0 1
Fox, rf 0 0
(ionnhart, c 1 2
Rhoades, p 0 0
Totals 1 0 27 8 8
Scranton 0 0 0 1 1 0 8 4 110
Reading 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 01
Earned runs Scranton, 6; Reading, 1.
Two-base bits Patchen, Maasey. Bauri
fleo lilts Westlako. Thr-o-base hits
Wetzel, Hognu, Alasfey. Btolen bases
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had. Be sure aud secure tho gen
uine, which has the signature of
"Eisner & Mendel son Co., Agents,
New York," on every bottle.
Masser, 2; Wektlake, 8. Double plays
"wuauo 10 rneiau 10 juassey, wt'iaoi 10
Phelnn to llassoy. Struck out Hy
Rbnades 8; Yerkes, 4. First base ou
ballsOff ltboades. 1: Yorkes. 6. Hit by
pitcher Staitz. Wild pitch ltboades.
Pas.ert tmll-Uooduart, Titno-3.10. Um
OTHER STATE LEAGUE RESULTS.
At Allentown '
Allentown.... 2 0118000 18
Laucs.stir.....5 0000 2 0007
Hits Allentown, 0: Lancaster, 10. Er
rorsLancaster, 4. Kattertes Donaghut,
Kilroy, Milligan and Kelly; Slayer, Calla
han and Cote.
llszleton 0 0 0 0 0' 0 1 fl 0- 1
l'otuvllle 0 0000000 0-0
Hits llaaieton, 4. Errors llsaletini, 1;
Pottsville, U. 1 latteries Fee aul l'.iir
hurit, Clare and Diggiua.
Harrlburg....l 0 1 1 2 0 5 0 x-!(1
Phlladoluhia..O 0 1 1 1 0 0 4 0-7
llits-Harrii-l'urg, 14; Philadelphia, 13.
Errors flan isburg, 4; Philad iphia, 5.
liatteiiea irogel uud Wento; lirowu,
Bradley aud Clark.
At Washington, fimt game
Washington... 0 0 12 2 0 0 6 5-11".
Philadelphia. .0 1 8 0 0 2 0 0 0 II
Hits Washington, 12; Philadelphia, fl.
Errors Washington, 5; Philadelphia, tl.
Batt'ries Mercur and ilcUuire; Panning
Philadelphia. .4 0 0 3 1 0 1 1 x- !l
Viishlr.rtou...3 0 1 0 1 0 0 3 0 0
Hits Philadelphia, 10; Wauuingtou, 14.
Errors Pbila loiphla, 3; Wa.luinitoii, 1.
Batteries Car ev and Hnclclev; Sullivan
and XcOuire. Umpire lloaglitud.
Cleveland 1 1 0 0 5 2 1 2 0-13
St. I.i'Uh 1 0 0 0 0 II 0 1 1- il
Hits Cleveland, It; St. Louis, 7. Er
rorsCleveland, 2: Sc. Lout , 2. Batter
ion Youi.g aud O'Counur; Breitonstelu
and IVitz. Umpire Hurst.
Chiciu-o 2 5 4 5 2 1 5-24
Pittsburg I 0 l) 8 1 1 00
Hits-Chicag , 3d; Pittsburg, 13. Er
rors Chicai;o, 4; Pittsburg. 4. Batteries
(irifiilh and Soli river; Colcolcougti and
Morritt. Uam ca'K'd to allow I'ittsburg
to catch n train. Umpire Lynch.
At IlL'Stou tlrst game
Brooklyn 3 3 0 0 0 0 1 3 1 S
Boston II 0 0 O 3 1 0 1 S- 7
Hits Brooklyn, 11; Boston, 11. Errirs
Brooklyn, 1; I'.ostou, 5. Batteries
Kennedy and Kiusluw; Stivetts and
Kvan. Umpire AlcQ laid.
Boston 00002703 x 13
Trooklyu 00000330 0-0
lilts Boston, 13; Brooklyn, ,). Errors
Boston, 1; B-'ieklvn, 3. Batteris Nichols
and Ten'iy; Uuuerwood and Earlo. Uui
At New York
New York... 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 1 x-7
Baltimore.... 01000010 02
Hits Nevv York, 15; Baltimore, 7.
Errorn New York, 1; Baltimore. 3. Bat
teries Moekiu and Farroll; Gleason aud
Kobiuaou. Umpire Elmslie.
At Springfield -Einghamtou, 14; Spring
At Troy Erie, 8; Troy, 3.
At Providence Providence, 5; Wilkes
FIRE INSURANCE MEN WIN.
Defeated the Llf Agants by a Scrs cf
37 to 20
The life and fire insurance agents set
tled old scores and iruua new and
big ones at the Bast) Bull park yes
terday morning. Only six innings
were played, but thirty-five of the firo
team and twenty life men crossed tho
home plate. When this point was
reached all bands cried "enough," aud
the game ended.
The tuanu were composed of the
following: Fire Rice, catch; Rob
ling, pitcher j Jackson, short stop; Ton
kin, first base; Hughes, second base;
O'Mallev, third bist; Surdam, left
field; Evans, centre field; GeQter,
right field. Life Ham, short stop;
vvtlmot, erst base; Ltaas, pitcher;
Martin, third base; Rice, sacond base;
Edwards, catcher; Hill, contra field!
Thompson, loft fUid; Walsh, right
The score by innings:
Fire 0 7 5 7 4 8-37
Life 8 0 7 0 4 030
GLINTS FROM THE DIAMOND.
Boyle is captain of the Phillies now.
The Pittsburg pushed tho Phillies out
of the flret division.
Frank Killen is ons of the pitcher) who
wants the old pitching distance restored.
The Giants are very thankful that th y
have no more games to be played iu Bos
ton. llansgor Swift, of the Fcranton clul),
left yesterday morning for Philadelphia to
attend the State league mooting.
Tho Baltimore club Iibh secured Pitcher
Espor from Washington. Epr is a south
paw and expects to pitch great ball with
the Orioles. It is said that Unnlon psid
1300 for bJs release.
Our team ii now In a very crippled con
dition. Lukens and John Ely are both
laid np and Tom Dwyer, ona of the
heavieit bittern, is still RutTorlng from
rheumatism. Harry Ely has a sore ankle
anil Moore's ankle is still weak. Hazloton
Kx-Piiciier Charles Swenney, of tho old
Provldeuce team, is in jail in San Fran
cisco, charged with murder. He shot and
killed his man in a saloon quarrel. For
years Sweeney has been a moral wreck,
and has always shown nn inclination to
ward homicide while in his cups.
President Young has written to Mo
Graw, o Baltimore, warning him that he
mnst slop his promiscuous abme of um
pires under penalty of being blacklisted.
All loveri of respectable ball playing will
nppland llr. Young for that act, but lie
Graw is by no means tho only offender of
that kind on the ball hold.
According to President Young, of the
National lengne, about forty protests bavo
been received from league clubs this sea
son, only tw of which bavo b'en uphold.
Protests based on errors of judgment on
the part of an umpire got but little atten
tion. It is only those based on a miscon
struction of tho playing rules that recelvo
Left Fielder Burkott. of the Clovolands,
nearly caused trouble in Cladiinntl by the
profane and foul langimge he directed to
sume persons on the bleachers, Burkott
is on of the worst tougln in base ltll,nnd
should not Do overlooked when President
Young gets rendy to write letters again,
WHIRLS OF THE WHEEL.
Florey & Holt returned another stolen
wheel yesterday to its owner in Utlca,
Johnson and Bliss are entered in the
races to be decided at bteubeuville, O., on
uuiy in annj Aug. i.
Louisville. Ky.. will soon have a thrin.
lap track lor cyclers'. It is inteudod to
make it adaptable only to wheelmen.
The Cleveland, O., Wheel club thinks It
has a line class A team in Graves, Smith,
Cotton, Baskins, Merrill and Cindomuller.
Tho Auust race meot should awake
much Interest In blcxcle elides as all the
local cracks will participate, and many
new riders will euter as novices.
D. L, Foote Is an enthusiastic wheelman
and a successful trainer. Mr. Footo will
train both Gregory aud White fur the
races to be held at the Driving Park
Oue of the most promising riders of this
city is Charles Coleman, of Groon Ridge.
He Is only sixteen years old, but never-
melons is a strong riuor, and very speedy,
Bis staying qualities are somewhat re
markable. Chairman Raymond, of tho Ljmzus of
American Wheelmen racing board, is do
ing everything Iu his power to keep pro
fosBiouul tricks out of class B races. Ha
thiuki the biist way to bring about this re
sult Is to abolisb team work iu all compe
ti'iioiia. Charles Allnui, of Baltimore, Is planning
for a series of professional races this fail
which are intended to be a big thing in
their way. They are to be held in a build
ing now in rour of erection iu Lawrence
v i 11 f. Pa. Zimmerman and all tho iutur
uatioual cracks are to be invited to parti
cipate. It is probably that IT. G. Csnfleld, chair
man of the St. I.o-.iU racing beard of the
L. A. W., will be asked to resign that of
fice. Au investigation is now being cm
ducted. Canlleld is charged with neglect
of cfilcial iluti-saud failure to keep rjcords
of time, made by cyclists.
The value placed ou the speed of tho
cracks by tho eastern clubs is as follows:
Sanger and Johnson, scratch; Bald, 20
yards; Tyler and Murphy, 35 yards: Taylor
and Titus, !IU yards; Kennedy, 40 yardsi
Graves, iu yards; Coleman, ti5 yards; C. 11.
Callahan, "3 yards; Arnold, U.l yards; Senu
and iltllor, KHJ yards; Brandt,, 110 yards.
The greatest cycling event over given In
the southern hemisphere, accordiug to the
laicht Australian papers, was the twenty
four hour race in Melbourne in May. It
was witnessed by lO.MiU people. Eigh
teen men started and six of them finished.
G. V. Christ was the wluuer. lie covered
401 miles uud 1,3-1? yards. II. Beesou was
kecond with !lk4 iniliH u:nl 1,343 yurdj.
The n'luual race meeting of the Pennsyl
vania Bicycle club, which is to ho held on
the Tioga Cricket chin's track ou An.:. IS,
prnniit. s to be producUvaof soms inter
esting riding. Hoc, -gniziiig the fact that
ouisideof Hilly Taxis Philadelphia cannot
prudnc i a fast class II rider, the club's
counmUvi Iihh decided to run off uuly class
A events, thei 'by holding out au induce
ment to all kimon-puru amaieiirs to tuku
part. There will be twelve races, which
will include events for tho speediest aud
slowest pedal pushers.
Tlix racing men nt tho big meetings are
ag.iiu resorting to loafing Indies, aud as a
re -nit they s;'oil many races. Race meet
officials have acted very generously w ith
rider who have tailed to get inside the
lime limits place t upon their racos and
have granted second trials. Invariably
when a referee allows a race that has been
declared olf be reason of the men not fin
ishing inside the limit to he run over, the
time is always fuside tho limit.
Three casos servo to show that time limits,
aa placed, are ineffective iu producing
giiod racing. The racing board, it ib said,
is fceriously c nsidei ing the matter of es
tablishing a rule iiiakinir it noossnry that
Hie tuoti bhall liuLh inside tho set limit ou
the first trial or the race shall bo declarod
Mill", tho long-distance rider, cured him
self ef indigestion by breaking tho record
from London to Edinburgh, and claims to
have been put Into tirst-oiasj physical con
dition by hU hard 3-d.iy grind from the
end of England to the end of Scotland.
Such Spartan cures of phynical lassitude
are not uncommon among wheelmen. C.
m. i'uircuild, oue or cuicago's most per
sistent century riders, undertook loan
epius early iu the season to work off a feel-
lug of general illness, and succeeded. The
comparative gontleuess and steadiness of
cyeling ns an cierciie makes the system
Zimmerman writes as follows to a friend
in this country in reaard to bis defeat in
Italy: "It perhaps seems strange that I
was uelented in Florence, ihe Italians
are tricky. Every other moment they
started and took several lengths from ut,
sometimes even thirty yards; so in order
for one of us to win we were obliged to
watch all of them. When one of them
stui ted oue of us followed and compelled
him to keep tLo outside for several laps.
All the Italiaa racing men use high gears
uud can keep up u great sprint for three
iups, which is hard tor us who are not used
to such tactics. Posta and Poutncehy ere
very daugsrons racers when they have
uaveral countrymen to assist them."
, GENERALSPORTINS NOTES.
Fred PlaUted, the oarsman, has issued a
challenge to all oarsmen in New England
lie statod that his challonse to Ten Eyck
being unnoticed, he will now match all
comers, but prefers to raco with Hosnier,
t.i oe rowoa at Worcester lor fouu a f me.
GeorceDixon, who has proved himself a
world's champion if there evor was one.
has concluded to stay in his own class
hereafter, and has refused an offer to fiuht
Jerry Marshall, the Australian feather-
weiL'ht for t:,w0 at 130 pounds two
pounds over the featherweight's limit.
The Canadian marksmen nt Bislev. Enc.
have won about i'550, besides cups aud
trophies. The corporation of Loudon
gives fifteen prizes to the colonial aud In
dian volunteers making tho highest scores.
In what is known us the grand aggregate
tho Canadians won all but one.
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Since I started using Dr. Thomas' Eclec
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VJOTICE IS IIKltKHV GIVEN THAT AN
X i apiili atlou will boinude to lho4ovornor
of the HUto of Pennsylvania, on Friday, ti e
tenth fluy of AnRiist A. I). IN14, by W.,. Ouii
tiell, W.W.Vnn Jivke. 8. W, Roberts, Ilnnson
lariien'.or unit Horace E. Hand, unilor t ib
Act of Assembly of tho Coininoiiweiilth of
j'ennsvivnnis, entltieil "An ni t to provldo
for thi iinoi porntion and regulation of cer
tain rorponmi na, ' approved April fflitli,
IKl, and the supplements thereto, for the
rhnrlnr of nn Intended eerponitlon to be
ciiuea --iao May Anit finale Hnck Cuiunanv
the outini'-tor ami nbjeet of which ii the
manufacture nn I sale oi building briek, iiv
inx brick, tiles and other articles mud from
clay, wind, nsrth, ro, k and mineraKor cither
or all of them, and for those purposes to
nave nun possess imo enjoy all tne i-ignts,
benefits and privilnKug of said set of assem
bly uud Its Slipiilelnellts.
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VOTirR IS IIKRV.DY G1VISN THAN AN
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nor of Pennsylvania on I'rliln'y the third day
of Auu'ihI, isni, by Simiiel P. U nor, (leorn',
. lir:o s. .l'BpH ii. in KSI1, ii. a. JiiIhiko I
and II. M. Holes, under the Art of Assembly
entitled "An actio provide for the in-
corporation unci rcctil-itlun of crtnln
coi -pi.iatlou-i," approved April 2lllh, 1S74, n ml
tho tnioplemonls tliereto.for 1 1 charier of nn.
inleml.vl corporation to be called "Tho Wy.
omlnmOII Company," the character ami ob.
ieet of which in the minimi, iirn.lnoliii anil.
Ine and storinK of oil, and for t lese purposes
ro nave, aim enjoy kii tne rlKlits,
ii 'iieius ana priviiniies or siioa act ot asselu
blv ine' supplements thereto,
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licnlthv ninn nn WAtelininn ll.uf v
references. Address Peter Hill, 142(1 Summit
avenue, ocranton, ra.
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er, liy an Ami rioan woman (widow),
hard winker, neat and tiitclllircnt. Avood
ponnannni position an nnjent, unlimited te.
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in' inoii nuyiuiuK, souor aim reuuoiu. I), a.
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Iienter and builder of New York, desires
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WANTFD-BY A LADY WITH FOUR
years' experhmoo In post olllce, position
in iunb uiie-o or uiuer ouiue, jiuuress ii.
Want ef all kinds cost that much, m
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Help Wanted Females.
A GlliL WANTED AT 803 AND 1105
ii- Hprueo sti-oot for ifi-neral housework.
A KE.U11 AN GIRL FOll
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Coniniinv. 1h.ininoi.il meellntr of tho
stockholders of th abuvu eempnny for tho
election of proiiileiit and directors will be
hold at the oliiini ,i( tne couipnny In the city of
Scranton on Thursday, the second day of Au
(ut next, at 4 o'ciocK p. in. No tramfer of
stoi k will be made for twelve days next pre
ceding theilut.iof the ahovo mentiiiir.
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Weduoiday, .July 35, 18:i, at 10 o'clock a.
m., on the pre in is js, the Iruseliolil estate uud
term of years ci e.ited by Indenturo from u.
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Laura Fruthtnprham, dated June 1st, IMst), re
corded In Mortgage llouk No. Ill, papa l31,
etc., as by reference thereto bad will fully
appear, In lot No. 8 in Squara or Block No.
3n, on Wyoming avenue, on which tho
"Krothfntikani Arcado"stood. The lot is 40
feet wide and 10? feet deep to nn iilley.
Terms will be made known on dav ot sale.
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July 11, m.
H()l,OSAL3 WILL BE RECEIVED AT
L tho cilice of ths Now York and Scranton
Coal company. Peekville. Poena., until July
23, 1891, for suikini; un air shaft ut the Ontario
colliery, size 11) x 1 u, in the cleur, ana ni.oiu lie
feet deep from tho surface to the Dumuere
vein. Company roscrtos right to reject any
or all bids.
n. CHAPMAN. Inside Foreman.
Res l estate.
SCRANTON REAL ESTATE AND IN
offers bargains as follows:
CITY BUSINESS PROPERTY.
40 ft. front by 30 ft. docp, on Spruco
stroet, rents for i'M 310,000
40 ft, front by 50 feet deep, on Sprueo
street, corner alley 10,300
These toifotlier Klve 80 ft. front on Spruce
street between l'enn and Franklin, with alley
on sido. Spruce street property is advaticiug
CITY RESIDENCE PROPERTY.
CORNh'R MONROE AND VINE streots.
lot fiOxSa, two dwellinits, Jii,i 00. Kivinir a nlco
resiib'iico and un inei nufor small investment;
ALSO A PLOT OF ii LOTS, giving I3J it.
front on Monroe avenue, near Vino street.
Theie mako a llrst-cdass residence plot in a
devlrnblo locality. If not sold iu one plot will
sell above separately.
Lot 30x180. South Main aveuuo, adjoining
resideneeof Smi'.h B. MStt, pri'-e, J..'.,oU; also
lots on Rock street and Wett End iiluce. Only
A BEAUTIFUL HOME AT DAL TON, PA.,
modern house, sprim? wator piped inti il from
hill back, burn for til roe horses nnd two cows,
heunory witli couiontrl lloor, yuuuK fruit,
fine lawn, uruiiil outlook; one and a haif to
throe acres, as desired, ?3,0n0.
Also lots of about s:ime slzo on Western
Slope, Daltoii. Cell or address
SMITH II. MOTT. Manacer,
No. 421 Lack, live. rear board tra.le.
IN RE TRANSFER OF HOTEL LICENSE
of Joseph Cimet. of Second ward of (lly
pliant, to Joseph kropllyak. Notice is hereby
Kiven that the coai-l (ins fixed Amr. lit. 1MU, nt
0 o'clock . m. iu open oourt, as the time nnd
place for h"arlg tho application lor transfer
of said license. JOHN It. JUNES, attorney
"inflTKCT fV NOT1 ( 'EioMTmrTvK
u V plans and spcuillcatlons are invited for a
city builillmr to be teed for flro depiirtmcnt
bonne anil poll re patrol sta'ton A prospcotus
of the ImililhiK mav be seen at tho ollii-e of tho
city clerk, at winch olllce the snlit plans nnd
spei'lllratlons are to bo submitted on or before
Vo,lm.ipiv. Aiitfuhf e-!. lj'ill. Itv firiliii j.ilw
Al. T. l,AVi:i.I,n, City Clerk.
Pcrnnton, Pa., July 21, I8M4,
PQS T VELY
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.
Connolly & Wall
Ladies' Muslin Underwear,
SKIRTS FROM 50 CENTS TO $4.00
GOWNS FROM 50 CENTS TO 4.25
COVERS FROM 25 CENTS TO 1.50
None but the best materials used. Superb workmanship. Lat
est novelties. Correct shapes.
G0I1ILLY A WflLLSEE
European Plan. Flrst-clasi Bar sttiOhM.
Depot for Bericner A Engtl's Tanuhniuwr
II Cor, 15th end Filbert Sti, K
Hurt desirable for residents of N.E. l'oan
eylvunla. All eoi.vouiences for travelers
to and from liroad Street tuition ud the
Twelfth and Market Street station. L
tlrablo for visiting Sernntonlaus ami pso
He in the Anthracite ltoiua.
T. J. VICTORY,
F, RE3i E
C2 J O
There i3 no smell of smoke
SLE MOW COSIC ON
and will last twenty-one days longer. Iu that tima we must dispj9 of our stoik 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 firo iu thu building of our
neighbors, Messrs. Davics & Griffin.
Clothing Sold at 33 Ceats on the Dollar Lsss Than Cost to Mak
DON'T DELAY. COME AT ONCE. DON'T MISS THIS CHANCE.
AN ACTUAL SAVING OF 67 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR.
We only mention a few bargains; all other goods sold at equally astonishing low prices.
BOYS' PANTS, 13c.
Two for 25 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.
ta-JJEXT voon xo tub bckned davics & GRIFFIN building.
FOSTER & CO.
THE LAST WEEK
OF THE GREAT
v 316 AND 318 LACKAWANNA
er Sale Now On
We have lately had Feather liede and Pillom brought to vily
ttranyers who withed to dispone of the tame and from whose actions
we lelieved the jeather didn't letonu to them. W will hace no
dealings with tuch partiei.
We wish to caution people against giving into the hands of strang
ers who claim to represent vs, any Feathers, Carpets, (tc, which they
wish renovated. Any of our ayents can easily identify themselves, or if
any one who wishes work done in our tine, will drop us a card or call
at our factory, tee will promptly attend to their wants and will en
deavor to merit the confidence of everybody.
TUB SCHXATOX liKDDKO CO.,
002 and box Lacka. Ave., Cor. Adams.
See our FIFTEEN DOLLAR Solid
Oak Bedroom Bet!
We Bell Furniture as cheap as
any Louse in the country that in
tends to give honest value for the
money. Try us.
Ml & Co
ur Stock Damaged
or fire about them, and they, are
MEN'S PANTS, 50c.
$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 nnd 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 littlo more
surprise to our citizens than
SPOT CASH PRICE LIST
WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEW
ELRY, SILVERWARE, ETC.,
never have been sold before at
such prices; but, remember there
is no CREDIT at Freeman's.
A Handsome CAmniain
Is ons of tho greatest chtrmi woman on
I siTea tt. rowniu