T1JJ5 BUBANTON lUEBUITB HATUBDAY MLMiJNlJVU. JUWJS , li4.
The following tnble gives tha psr
ci?ntiiKs of tho clubs, toaethsr with
the nnmbor of ?amng won and lost by
each, and their standing in the clmm
Won. Lost. Per Ct.
I'nrrisburR SI T .750
Alleutown u U .OT
Hsilstoo 15 10 .wo
K-ntlint' U 14 -4lil
Beranton 11 M .M
.Itooua 10 10 .886
Pottsville M .:'-
Eautou 0 14 ,800
BOBKDULB FOB TODAY,
Beranton at Enstou.
Harrisbarg at PottsvlHs,
Altoooa nt Beading;
OAMES PLAYED YKSTl'.ItDAY.
Alleutown. 1 0000100804
Uazl.iton.,.0 0 1 8 0 0 0 0 0 1-5
Hit Allentown, (i; HaalstOO, JO. Er
rors Allentown, ."; Hasleton, 4. Batter
in Kilroy, Douohuo and Kelly; Jordan
rottsvillo 1 112 0 10 10-7
linrribur. ..1 0000000 01
HittS Pottsville, 10) H'irrisburg, 3. Er-rorsr-Ppttsville,
r; Harrisburg. :i. Jitter
i":i Wilsou nud Digging; Bprogs) nd
Beading 0 o 3 o o 0 o o 1-4
Alt..onii 0 1000000 0-1
(IltS Btadlng, 4: Altoona, 4. Errors
Beading, 2i Alumna, 4. Batterlss Bbosdi
and Boodhark West and Cote. Umpire
Brooklyn 1 0000000 12
Pittsburg 0 1 0 0 0 0 V 0 01
nita Brooklyn, fi;' Pittsburg, (I. Er
rora Brooklyn, 1; Pittsburg, ;. Batteries
Kennedy and Kinslow; EUret nud Mack.
At New York
New York.,.,0 0300000 x-8
(Jbicago 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Hits New York, 0: Chicago, 3. Errors
New York, ;i; Chicago, 1. Batteries
liusie and Parrel); lIcQIU and Kltt
roitgo. u mplre Swartwood.
Bo-ton 0 0 0 2 1 0 7 2 012
St. Louis 0 01008 2 0 00
Hits Boston, 17; Kt. Louis, 0. Errors
Boston, 0: tit. Louia, 4. Batteries
Btsvettft and Qanzel; Clurkson aud Buck
ley. Umpire Einslle.
Philadelphia. .0 0 0 0 0 1 0 ,0 0- 1
Cleveland ... .1 o 1 0 0 0 0 2 x- I
Hilt Philadelphia, 5; Cleveland, II.
Errors-Philadelphia, 0; Cleveland, 3.
Battorlea Weyning and Clements and
Uradyi Young and Zimmer, Empire
Baltimore l 5 0 0 4 0 3 1 o-u
I. nisvilla 0 0 0 0 l l o 0 o- 2
Hits Baltimore 17: Louisville, 11. Er
rorsBaltimore, 2; Louisville, 2. Bat-teriea-Hawlta
and Bobtnsoni Strnttua
aud Carlo, Umpire Lynob,
At a ihington
v : shington ..0 0 8 8 0 8 0 0 19
Cincinnati 2 2000001 10
Elts Washington, 13; Cincinnati, 1-!.
Errors Washington, 1; Cincinnati, o.
Battcric3 Eiper and McGnlre; Dwyor,
taurphyand Vaughn, Umpire Hurst,
Wilkea-Barre. 10s Springfield, 7.
1'ioviJencc, 18) Biiignajnton, 2.
'J rev. 7; Buffalo, (I.
ST. THOMAS' CLUB WON.
D'leat'id High School Plavers In ar. In
An interesting game of ball was
rilayetl on tbe James Roys' grounds nt
Trie Brook yesterday afternoon be
tween the St Thomas college and
Hiiro. Behool otabs of the city.
Tho lorrae.r won hecir.se of snperior
battery work nucl all 'round playing.
Gibbon, of the college oinb, did some
olover work 111 the box, and Hyron, of
the Ili'u Behool team, laado a BeniA
tiorml catch of a fonl fly that olectri
fled th audience. The score:
ii. ii. o a a.
Kiplo, bf.,1 0 ii 0
Byrou, db.S '-' 3 0 1
Mu"or, e..U 1 ii n 0
B II O. A. v..
Lynott.lb. 0 3 0 0
M'U.v'u.lfV; 2 0 0 0
Cnalck, is.8 laio
Hart. O....S 0 2 0
lard. '.!1.0 It 5 2 I
Vlor, it... I l o i o
Ruddy, So.O 2 )
MITr.ifb.pi J :i n o
iliijg.ui.il. 1 1 II 0 u
1. 1 BV8b,pl u 0 i o
.:. ml 'n.lf.l o i u n
Keiioy, lb. I
U'n'u e.Ub l
Wma'ro.O 1 n o
Wtlk'r.rf.0 ii a
BVi'kl.m.U 1) 1 i)
Owens, p.. 0 0 l 2 a
To ut..; a u iu ;l 1 1 rtrl...l2 8 If 7 1
ll gh BshcoL 2 l son-e
Bl. ThohlM I 1 0 7 x-12
Two-raas hit-Ouslck. Stolen bases -Ly-
nut. Hart 2, MoBowan 2, Cuatek. Double
plays-Ouslck to Iifnott to Boland to hart.
on Ufclll-By i.ilibons. mitm. 1;
Oena, 3. Paasod balU-Hart, l; Uosar, :i.
boft on baso Ooltece, 3; lliuh Ki'UodI, 8,
niree-base hn Oibboaa SacrUlce h ta- Ly
nott,Wier. Home runs Cnalclt Struck out
OuraajLg. ii:ni, 1.00, Umpires-Fitagwald,
TROUBLES MAY BE HEARD IN COURT.
I'np'-rs Made Out lor a Writ of Quo
Today the internecine struggle going
on in the .'jcranton Bao Hall asaocia
tlon will lie brought to the attention of
tho court by an apiilicatlon thnt will he
made by Attorneys Watson and Zim
merman for permission to file papers
i.sking that a writ of quo warranto be
issued to restrain the directors elected
last Tuesday night from acting.
On S-pt. 9 last the Scranton Base
Hall aseociation met and elected a
bord of directors for one year consist
ing of W. A,, St. John, James H.Davitt,
Martin J, Swift, A. L. Martin and W.
,T. Kobb. That board of directors con
tinned to act until last Tuesday night
when n meeting of the stockholders
was held aud it was decided to aboliih
the weekly moeting and vast the active
control of the club in a board of man
aging directors who should meet
weekly, tho association thereafter to
meet once n month, when tho board of
directors would make a report to it.
Tho new board of directors consists of
W. A. St. John, 'William Bitts, E. Ii.
Robinson, Patrick Jorduu, jr., uud
A. L. Martin, one of the direotors
whom tho uctiou Tuesday night left
ont in the cold, was incensed when he
learned what had been done and yester
day be formally notified President St.
John that he is a member of the legal
ly elected board of directors and pro
poses to vxeroise tha duties of his
ufQce nntll his term expires, Sept. 9
next Mr. St. John told Mr. Martin
that ho would recognize ns tho board
id directors the gentlemen elected last
Tu'sday, and Mr. Martin intimated
that ho would not if law and justice
t to be i'ouud on tap anywhere in
the infant county of Lackawanna.
He inimeiiiatoly held a conference
with Attorney Watson & Zimmerman
and papers asking that a writ of quo
warranto issue wore drawn up und
signed by Mr. Martin. They sot forth
fhnt on June 5, nt a meeting illegally
called, tun rights of the legal direotors
were usurped and conlrol of the prop
erly uud moneys of tho association
Ittrmd over to r.n illegally elected
board of directors, which still con
tinues to Dxaralaa tho duties and Drivi-
legei ot a board of directors.
iuao papers it was the Intontlon to
bring to the attention of tho court this
morning, but late last night it was r
ported luat auccssiul efforts had been
m :de to cattle tho differences of tha
Mr. Martin said yesterday that tho
new board of directors was the remit
of adeslra on tho putt of President
!-'t John to get a board of directors
farorabla to Manager Sv.ift, who has
not given ontire sMlsfautiou to all of
the stockholders siuos the hu.isjii
EASTON IS IN SHAPE AGAIN.
It Will Enirairo Scranton in a Game
The Enstou Bso Ball club has re
organized, and a dispatch reosi ved in
this city yesterdav from H. H. Diddlo
btaJU notified the t5ranto:i club to re
port at Eastou this aftoruoou for a
gama, and to take Larry Ketriok along
to umpiro tho game.
The club did not return to this city
from Allentown and will proceed to
E'stou today. Hodson will pitch.
Flanagban and Doran returned to tho
city yeeterduy afternoon from Alleu
town a;i their service will not be needed
today. Doran has been unwell since he
went away on the trip.
OUR WHEELMEN WON.
Whits Finishes Scoond and Oriaorv
Third at the Oneontii Meat.
TheNew York state oircuit meet of
the League of American Wheelmen at
Oneonta Thursday was interesting to
Scrantoniaus because of the participa
tion in it of two Clr'ion Ridge wheel
men who aro well known because of
their expert riding. One of theao was
it. V. White, who came in second in
tho half-mile novice; time, 1.21 4 5;
and the other was It. A. Gregory, the
champion of fsvo comities, with n reo
ord oi 2 27, who finished third in atwo
mile handicap; time, 5.30,
White's prize was a handsome pair
of j,-old cuff buttons and Gregory's a
beautiful solid silver water pitc'ier,
Gregory's failure to come in better was
duo to the fact that in the handicap
better racers than he were given an
advantage in the start.
GLINTS FROM THE DIAMOND.
'iho Wilkea-Barra club objects to the
nppila'.ion ''Babies" which the papers in
the Kastern league cities apply to it.
Little Potatoes Hard to Peel challenge
any ball club under 13 years of a ge, F.
Jiuutsnian. captain. Answer through
The St. 'i'homas College club will play a
league game with the club from Ko. 311
school at 10 o'clock thia moruiug, on the
.lames Hoys' grounds.
Beranton claims t have an eTr of
fl.ilUU fur Bogan, their center holder.
Hogan is sorely a prise for any team if
be IS able to continue his good work In
faster company. Ho has excellent j:iii-
mout in picking out good bulls and then
hits thorn hard, while there is no gainsay
ing the fact that he i:i a strong outlioldor
and covers lots of ground. Wilkes-Barre
The Wyoming Snminary and the Young
Men's Christian Association teams will
cicss bat-i today at the B.ir-o Lall park,
i lame cidbd at 4 o"clotk. The players tot
the wmiuary will ho QendelL b. ; Conlilin,
3b.: Dorris, c; Finn, ss.j Corcoran, lb.;
McCarthy, p.; Doran, If.; Byioer. rf.;
Doran, ci. Tho Young Men's Christian
Association team Is Mylott. Hoffner, Hit
ti nbender, Snrilam. Davin, Brooks, Owens,
Allen, (lilleric, Keese. White, l'osner.
Doth elnbt are among the strongest in tho
statu aud a good game will be witnessed,
Ladies will bo admitted free, A baseball
nipper will bo served at the Yonng Men's
Christian association iu the evening for
35 cents, proceeds to go toward getting
new suits for the tenm. Tho Young Men's
Christian Association team will play the
Wyoming team a return game next Wed
nesday iu Kingston;
FOR THE BICYCLE RIDERS.
tho Scranton Bicycle clnb and Vc9t Knd
club, of W'ilkes-Uarre, believing that 1 ar
inony means snccOHS, have combined their
efforts to promote interest aud nttract
wheelmen to their two great meets, and
are working together tor mutual benefit,
virtually consoUdating the two events.
Wllkes-Bsrre will do the houorn on July 8
and 8, and the widespread hospitality that
Scranton on joys will bo experiences on the
plorioui Fourth. As WllKtS-BSTte boldl
the stiito meet, Olnbs from all over will
participate aud bpoud the Fourth at Scran
ton. In f set several prominent clubi have
made k:.ovn their intention to do this und
arrangements are being made for their en
tertaiumsnt The championship events
have been decided between the two cities,
u iikos-barra securing the quarter and
half mile events anil Scranton the one
mile. Tho interval will indeed bo a gala
day for 'cyclists and all who have not for
gotten the last btato meet will recollect
what an enjoyable time was hud.
Iutorvst in tho approaching tournament
ot tu Beranton Bicycle club, to ha helu at
thp I'rivii'g park on July 4, continues un
abated. Tbis will bo tho twelfth annnul
meet of the Scranton club, which is one of
the most popular organizations iu the
city. Since it wus formed it, has been
foremoiit among those societies thut take
prido in the progress of the Electric City.
The club's hnudaomo houio on Washington
avenue is a guarantto of what tho institu
tion will do in its yearo of growing suc
cess. The coming tournament will attract
to the city some of the nest known knights
of the Wbeel in the couutiy, aud Scranton
W ill not ho behind iu tho mutter of rec
ords, eithor. Evory evening tho park is
rowded with 'member of the Green Ridge
and Scranton cluh.i, who practice With
tho hope of making their mark ou July 4.
Lust evening Gardner, Oil more and
W inaus of tho Scranton club and White of
the Green Ridge club were out with their
trainers aud made very creditable spurts.
Some one of thciiu will be a credit to the
city by winning ouo of more of the chief
prtzen, which are diamonds. Another
feature of the meet will be the tierforiu
anco oi George Taylor, who is looked upon
by many well posted wheelmen as a pos
sible cbauipion. lie will ride a milo with
pace maKers for a track record of 8:19 or
uuder uud a special prize is offered in this
case ot u ono huudred dollar diamond.
SPORTS OF ALL KINDS.
P. C. Connolly, of Greenwood, hai pur
chased n new trotting mare of Haind
toninn breed with a record of '1. 15. She
will be shipped ilo tho Fleetwood park,
New York, and entered iu the coming
The Mlnooka 8norting clnb has about
twenty new members to their club, which
makes them about lifty strong. The race
between Joyce, ot Miuooka, audJUcLough
liu, of Taylor, will take place on July 4, at
tho Driving park, for $100 a aide,
Tho annual field day sports of tho Excel
sior Athletic cluli of this city will take
place on Aug. X8 in Central Park gardeu
unless it should bo hereafter decided to
abandon tho Hold day exercises this year
and run an excursion to Now York city in
stead. A rowing club has been organizod by a
number of young meu of Ureeuwood.
George Doud has been elected enptaio,
Unvo Lovrlng is leading onrsuian and Fred
ilolleuback is bout inspector. Tho club is
making preparations to hold n regatta
soou. a now 8:i-foot shell has been or
dered for tho crew.
The Wyanfldttn Gun club, of Bethlehem,
and the John F.Weilor Gun club, of Allon
town, linvo been iu conference with refer
ence to stockiug Eehl(;hand Northampton
counties with Euglish. pheasants. It wan
decided to proceed aud to invito tho co
operation of sportsmen iu Baston, C'nt"su
qna, Btnaus, Hath Hanger, Wind Cp,
DillingerbVille uud other local towns.
OF Hi fllUC
Streets of Scranton Show
Aged Faces, Nervous Movements
of Young Women,
The Driving Pace of Work
Revival of the Old Idea!
Health and Strength.
Vigor Thai Comes from the Proper
Yonng folks inusl have strength,
This good, (dd-fushioned belief is
taking arm hold.
it ia no longer fashionable evon for
"dudes" and 'avrells" to he pale, thin,
sickly. Among young ladi, s, too, tho
languor and nervous timiditv at one
time thought "interestin;;" has givon
place to a dfsire of ru Idy cheeks,
strength of body, a firm, transparent
skin, and clear, well opened eyes.
Young men and young women in
Scranton are taking Puine's celery com
pound. Parents recommend it from long ex
perience: physicians prescribe it where
purer blood and stronger nerves are
Growing girla, colorless, bloodless,
nervous, thiu, lind a quick gain in
weight, clearness of sliin.and strength.
Tired, weak, sickly womon, who look
like hospital phantoms, get rid of dis
stn saing nervousness, neuralgia, rheu
matism, and ' fagged out" feelings by
taking this marvelous blood and nerve
remedy in the oariy summer.
Dyspeptics should now take courage.
The achievements of modarn medical
Bcitmoe have placed new and wonder
ful resources in the hands of of medi
cine and replaced the necessity for
drugs. Paine celery compound makes
j ure, sturdy blool that readies every
liny muscle nnd nerve-fiber iu tho
body, and builds up strong, healthy
tissues and drives ont diseases from
heart, kidneys and stomach.
Tired women get strength from
Paine's celery compound.
Business men, brain worlcre, and
coustant in-door dwellers gecuro in
creased appetite and a more complete
digestion and assimilation from this
groat strengthener and invigorator.
Paine's celery compound means n re
turn to eound health, a tilling ont of
the thin body with firm ihsb,
bright oyos, red, pure blood, nnd quiet,
healthy uervo to thousands of anxioti
sickly men and womon, who are plaiuly
losing strength aud hope every day.
Paine's cslery compound cures di
senses of the uervps nnd blood nnd the
worst disorders of the liver, kidneys,
nnd stomach, where everything else
fails. Paiiii.'e celery compound is to
the nick better than a vacation in June
and both are good.
An Tru at OonpiL
The bo;t typo of Americnu citizocship is
found iu the man who respects and obeys
TUB nr.i.;Ku symptoms of dyspepsia,
snob ns distress after eating, heartbnru
nud occasional headaches, idiould not bo
neglected. Take Hood's fcarsaparilla if
you wioh to be cured.
Hood's PILLS cure all liver ills, bilious
ness, jaundice, indigeition, sick head
ache. Han used Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil for
croup nnd colds, and declare it a positive
cure Contributed by Wm. Kay, 070 i'ly
mouth avenue, Huffalo, N. Y. ee
Two Lives Savod.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City,
111., wn9 told by her doctors she had Con
sumption and tbat there was no hope for
her, but two bottles Dr. King's Nesv Dis
covery completely cured her and she savs
it saved her life. Mr. Thos. Egnors, 11
Florida St., Snn Francisco, buffered from a
dreadlul cold, approaching Consumption,
tried Without re-alt everything else then
nought oue bottle oi Dr. King's New Dis
covery nnd in two weeks was cured, lie
is naturally thankful. It is such results
of which these are examples, that prove
the wonderful efllcacyof this mediciue in
Coughs and iColda. Free trial! bottlm at
Matthew ! Bros,, Drug store. Regular size
50. und II,
'1-0 W HO M IT iiAY'cO N (JEltNAI Jh
J persona are warned that H. L. Morgan,
who has been selling lots on what is com
monly called 'Tin' Bwetawd Estate" in Hyde
Park, has beon relieved of any and all author
ity to act as selling agent from May Bl, 1884,
From that date all persons are notified to do
no business with him on our Rocount.
ROBERT T. PETTEBONE,
For the Owners,
rpo WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: ASAIX
I Hie available lota on the Hv. etlond estate,
commonly known as ''Gammon BUI," huvo
boanaold, I cannot afford to wia'ii any more
valuable time looking after Robert Petto
If. U MORGAN.
BLANK BOOKS, PAMPHIiETa. MAUA
nines, u!-., bound or rebound nt The
TntnuNB oiilco. yuick work. Reasonable
MEAL TICKETS CAN BE HAD AT lit,
corner Spruce struct and Franklin avo
nua. Twenty mual tickets tor t'ii.6U. Good
T1TANTED A BUSINESS OOMVERl-A-VV
tion Willi a young man who w.mts
tU.000 la the year mis. and will lay Ike foun
dation of such a fortune now nt a cost of
If it doesnt snit yon, yoa need not pay a
dime; hut unless vou moan husfnesi. please
don't write. Address li. t, Tribune OMets
HASTATE or Martha Taylor, lit' of tint
Vj Borough of Olynnant, Pa, deocsasd.
Loiters ot adtntiu-itratlon upon tho nb)vo
named ostate having been gran ted to the
ui.derslgned all persona having ela insordo
m.".nlti Hgainst said estate will present them
for payment and those Indebted thereto will
pleas make lounedlats payment to
WILLAUL), WAKHKN ft KNAPP,
Attnrueys for Kslete.
JOHN TAYLOR, Aflmr.,
NfOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN TiTaTAN
I applieatioii will bo made to IheQovernor
of Pennsylvania ou Slondav, the second day
of July. int. by Watts 0. Van Blarcom, W.
Howard Withers, Edmund A. Hirtl, David
Siiruks and Louie J. Siebecker, under the Act
of Anembly, entitled "An act to provide for
tho incorporation and regulation of eortaln
e.orp .rations," npprovod April LH, 1S7I, ami
tbe supplements thereto, for tho eharterof
an Intended corporation to be called tlm
Crescent Coal Mining Coinpany. tho clinrac
ter aud oVeot of whleb Is the mining;, prepar
ing for market and selling iinthrHi ito coal,
a:.d fer these pnrposes to have, possess ami
enjoy all the rlghfs, benefits and prlVlloifei of
said Act of Assenilily and supplements thereto.
PATTERSON & WILCOX,
Li sT r n KKTBOOK 'c6n'tainujoa
tan of money, batween Eighth and
Fourth streets. Finder will receive reward
by returning to JOHN WALSH, S'.'u Eynon at.
Ifantsof all Mads cor.t that much, ea
ttpt Situations a)itcd,which art insert
VUANTEU-YOl'NO MAN, 88, WANTH
it light positloai has a knowledge ol
shorthand and beekkoepinai good references
if recpiirod. Ad irons A. W , this offloo.
UrANTEl)-A MlUDl-ii AIIEl) WOMAN
wants washing or scrubbing by tho
dav. Address !il4 Knnnett street.
i iitiiatii iv u-iiliHV A YOIINII
D man Is yrarsold, as clerk or bookkeeper;
plain writer and accurste at ligures Address
Iv. It. W No. it Halo struct.
SITUATION WANTED t S NURSE HRL
P or light bousSWork, Address K. E., 140
N . FUnioro avenue,
POSITION WANTIiL) AS liROt'EHY
1 eterlf u ill, f li.. lc. no ,,f wnrklnff an; no
bad habits; can lurnisii good reference. Ad
ilieisF. .'... box S4, Montrose, Pa.
(SITUATION WANTED liv ONE WELL
r r .M i i ii c WHO i. ' ' 1 r i (; . Hum ttuu
wl ling to do any kind of work.
.i . n. I riouno oince.
rANTED A UOoD 8IZED, SECOND
handed saftt Address Lock Pox 1,0,
4' ANTED TO BUY COMMON PK4EONS;
s ill give 85 cents a pair. Call at room
r, Prion Mill 1,11 n n, ISO Washington avenue, or
a Idress letters to Post Oftleo Box 'AH, crsn-
MINERAL AGENTS WANTED-BELL
" J lug new artiolss to dealers! exclusive
territory, no competition, no capital reQtdredl
3 lei ;!ID per ft ut. profit. Columbia enemi
es! Co., 6U DosrlMjm st .. Chicago, ill.
1I7ANTKD ?OB BCBANTI N AND NEAR
by t iwks two good solicitors. Good po
sition upon to tbe right parties, Apply to
MONIES - JACKSON. 4 It Spruce street.
Y,r ANTED MAN WITH LIFE AND FIRE
VV Insurance experience as solicitor in
Lackawanna county; good Inducements to
right man. Ai'.urcu Lutt4N Bets building,
1 hiladelphia, Pa,
TIT ANTED Men to dtslrll ute elr niarssnd
VV collect, name i Highest prices paid, In
vestliate. MERCHANT A: CO., Merchants'
HI It,-., l'hila.
anti:d-ik yof a:h: a catholic
V nnemployed and will work for sis per
week, write MacOonncl Bros., 11 FranKlin
street, Boston, Msas,
W ANTED AN ENERGETIC MAN WITH
tbnutfieo. Can get an agency which
will pay S'i'ia Week and expense.
A. A. BARNES, Conway House.
Heio Wanted Females.
ANTED - CilHL FOR UKNERAL
houuework, No. b'i'S Elm street, Dun-
f ADIES WHO WILL Do V. KITINH FOR
j in" at thoir homej will makcitood wages.
Reply with self-aildressed, otamped envelope,
MISS MILDRED MILLER, South Bend, lurl
'PWU NICE ROOMS WITH BOARD:
I private family; for two gentlemen: er.i
I ' able lvrsons
Pud Hist class board
with smaO family in large, airy house. Hot
end cold baths. Free carriage to depot and
cnurcn Tnree-quarters r a mile rrom sta
tion. Healthy locality. Audi', as box U).Clarl.s'
'J'O LET FOR A TERM OP YEARS
X Part or all of threo hundreil foot of yard
loom along rsdroaiL Apply at 240 Fraiikllu
'PO RENT-STORE 23x00 OR FURNISHED
J. hall on Greou Ridge street. Verydsslra
ole location and on reasonable terms. Apply
toF. E. NETTLETON or O. S. WOODRUFF,
ITm."cobb a k i : i v m ' t1 us "it orn'ino
withaoar lesd.of driving horses, msk
iug Ih.ny tbi ce in all. including general pur
pose horses. 1H4 Raymond court.
POTATOES FOR SALE -A CAR OF 1'OTA-
X toes for sale in job lots at Jersey Central
yard. W. Lackawanna live, P. te l. C:r,
I. OR SALE NEW BL'Ut.lES, SCRR1ES,
J Phaetons. Carts, Store and Biifinei.i
Wagons, Lumber Wagons, also second hand
Buggies and Wagons cheap at
M. T. KELLER'S
Lackawauna Carriage Works,
T70R SALE- CHEAP FOR " CASH, ' ieli
I srres farm land u-ar Lake Ariel, ,m Erie
end Wyoming road, l ine trout -tream
through it. (good pro; erty tot sportinc cluo.
Address W. W. CO RUIN,
Oweo, TioM Co., N. Y.
TOR BALE ROLL Top DESK AND
J type iter cabin it lor sale, Room 4,
lXU! SALE - TiiPRi'UGHl.Y EQUPPED
V Photograph QaUe.y, Will sell at me
half tbe valno on a count ol' other binin. as.
Apply to D. K BRA.MAN, Forest City, Pa.
fJOR BALE-AN IDEAL COUNTRY HOME
F 7 acres of hind, lino large house, mod. rn
hnprovenents Easy dutancs from scran
ton. Alto 7 desir hi' imililing lots in
ions try, D. W, brown. Attv.
bus Bpmoe street
L-UR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR SORAN
A ton property A bearing orange ;;rovo
increasing in production and value yearly in
tbe orango section in Florida. Addros F. E.
NETTLETON. Lake Helen. Fiorina
FROM PAST IRE N.'AU
iJ Moses Taylor hospital, two-year-old
hiofor, black and white, smit cu shoulder,
wliito on miller part of body and on end of
tail Reward for return or information that
will find her. ,1011 N A. MEARS,
C' rn-r Washington and Vine.
a PRETTY JAPANESE
j't. with an income of S:i0-i
GIRL, AUK SI,
OT month, wants
to mnrrv a white man
H'nd Rtamn for do-.
tails. Acme Marriage Bureau, San Frauclsco.
Of the Pomphrey & Morton Stock Is Now Going On,
Great Slaughter of Prices in all Departments. Millinery, Ladies'
Hats, Gents' Straw and Fur Hats, Clothing, etc.,
Almost Given Away.
Dress Goods, Silks, White Goods, Muslins, Curtains, Ladies' and
Gents' Underwear, Hosiery and Gloves, Corsets, Cloaks,
Suits and Capes, Children's Reefers,
Shirt Waists and Blouses.
At prices yon never heard of in your life. Come early, before assortment is broken.
GROSS, " FOSTER Sl CO.
W" s -u v -w x
J JJ llo y0U Weaf Cloves? Do you have
trouble with the finger tips wearing out?
It can be avoided. By buying the
IsT tra . Bi snraa a a
mm ratent Mnger lapped iisoves
Black, Modes, Tans, Slates and Greys.
PRICE 75c. and $1
They are sold with a guarantee ticket in each pair, en
titling the customer to another pair free of charge in
any case where the tips wear out before the gloves.
By the most
KBPOHT OP THE CONDITION
LACKAWANNA TKl'ST AND SAFE
of 40t Laekawanns svenu", JScranton, Laek
awaana county, Pennsylvania, at tho close
ol huslnoss, Way SI, lsilt:
Cash on hand $ 2S.44D 8
Checks aud other cash items M
Hue from hanks and bankers 6HS88 l'-1
Conuierolal and other paper owned 3ij-,:io7 I'd
Call loans upon collaterals Tl'M m
Tune loan? upon collaterals 190,013 H
Loans upon bonds snd mortungoe... 18,118
Investment I St ocks.honds. )
nccurltios & 8391,180 Wv 803,898 K1
owned, viz : iM'toniges.. IU.1U 03 1
Keal estate, furniture and fixtures, 81,784 BS
Safo deposit vaults 30,iH 01)
Overdrafts 101 ot
Capi'jd stock paid In 5450,001) 00
BurplttS fund 60,00(1 IX)
Undivided profits, lesn expenses and
taxos paid 81,270 71
Deposits subject to chock 584,070 87
Deposits special JS),W. 'Si
Due to banks and hankers ,7o-i 15
Commercial snd other paper or so-
cuiities pledged Nono
Iiills payable None
Amount Trust Funds Invested 8 4l;.Vl M
Amount Trust Funds uuiuvosted.... 2,088 73
8 fl,8 0
Report in detail ot nbovn nocurities lias
bwn made to 0. U. KRUMBHAAB, Buporin
teudent of Mankinft. as called for.
sitato of Pennsylvania, County of Lacka
I, Henry J, Ar.dorsoii,vice-prcfct.of the ahove
n lined coinpany, do solcmiily Bwcar that tho
a iovo stateinont is true to tho host of my
knowledge and belief. (Hiirnod)
H. J. ANDEHSON, Vico-Prost.
Subscribed and sworn to before mo this 5th
dav of June, IBM. (Sliried)
F L. BITOllCOCX, Notary Public.
Correci Atte'-l : -(Sib-nod;
W SI. T- SSIITH, )
R. T. HLACK. Directors.
OEO. SANDERSON, 1
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
SCRANTON SAV1NCS HANK AND TRUST
COMPANY OK SCRANTON,
No. 488 Lackawanna aveuus, of Lackawanna
county, Pennsylvania, nt the close of business,
Slay ill, UMl
Cash on hand J 98,081 S9
Checks and other cash itomu H,T;; i
Due from banks and bankers (W.hsk jti
Loons and disooanti S088BQ ;i
Invsetmont I S;';,k'" l"A .
Ownul, m.... ( ,.1..,;tH..j(i4ii,).i1,,j
Real estate, (urnituro and fixtures. . 1,000 0)
Overdrafts W (1,1
Capital stock paid iu g SO.Oifl 00
Surplus fund tVK 00
I'naivideii profits, less expenoos and
taxes paid 10.41(1 lfl
Deposits subject to chock 4it',4'.w) oil
Time certificates of deposit, l,lu;t o."
Dividends unpaid o mi
A report in detail of above securities has
heen made to V. H. Kruinlihaar, superinten
dent of banking, us called for.
Stoto of Pennsylvania, County of Lacka
I, A. 11. Christy, cashier of the above
named bsnk. do solemnly swear that
tho alsivo statement is true to the best 'of
my knowledge and belief. (Slgfiid) A. II.
CHRIS 1Y, Cashier.
Subscribe '. and S'.rorn to lwforo ine this 4th
daynf Juua IBM, CStBned)
O. B, PARTRlDtiE, Notary Public.
(Signed! AUGUST BOBTNSON,
L. A. WATREB,
M. J. WILSON,
experienced workmen in the city.
COB. LACKAWANNA AND ADAMS
See our FIFTEEN DOLLAE Solid
Oak Bedroom isct ?
We sell Furniture a3 cheap as
any house iu the country that in
tends to give honest value for the
money. Try us.
Hull h Co
205 AED 207
WILEY & nUSSEJLL AND WELLS BEOS.
Bittenbender & Co., Scranton,
Wholesale and retail dealers' in Wafronmakers' and Blacksmiths'
LOUIS B. SMITH
Dealer in Choice Confections and Frnits.
BEBAD AND CAKES A SPECIALTY.
mrimnm inn nnn i m
KINHN I II iK IKK 0 III
lliUIUl 1VU V11JJXJ.UA ll
1437 Capouse Avenue,
Opp. Court House.
R. It. sriKEd
I PARLOUS OPEN FROM 7 A.M. TO 11 P.M.
J I'I'i MAI. A TT PVTIlW Al' i. NT HH. Ofn
special attention given to sup-
IPLYINO FAMILIES WITH ICE CREAM.
Giro ns a call and tell ns what
you think of tho many changes
aud improvements. Paper and
paint havo wrought wonders, but
A Brand New Stock
And our new Cash System a
done much moro that IS,, perhaps,
of greater interest to you. Prices
have dropped and qualities have
have gone up. That's tho case in
a nutshell, but you may want 1
more tangiblo proof of this. If so, 1
you'll lind it at the store. Look
in our windows.
Cssh Dealer In Diamonds, Watchoi,
Cor. Penn Ays. and fpruce St.
A Handsome Complexion
Is ono of t !i" ivrontm t charms a woman can
possess Possum's Complsxion Powdbb
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