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THE SCE ANTON TltlBTJNE rill DAY MORNING. AUGUST 3, 1894.
Victory Crowns the Last Effjrt of Scranton
la the State League.
OUR OWN FLARAGBAR DID IT
Rain and Wet Grounds Prevented the
Allentown-Harrisburg and Potts-
ville-Hazleton Game The Poor
Phillies Lose Again to Lancaster.
Standing of the Clubs National and
Eastern League Summaries Vari
ous Base Ball, Bicycle, Turf and
General Sporting News.
AREWELL to the
Stats leacue. Scran-
j enter Jay cilebratod
its retirement from
'f' V'fl Af the Stiita Lcckub of
(' v l Uao Call cluts liy
- w winniui; tlie second
(if the' scheduled
guinea with llaavlinc
in a brilliant man
who ty this time is an LaHorn longne
wirlr in thn box. TorreVSOtl's tllHD
beins able to secure but Bis hits oil his
do ivorv. Thn home tenia tulle leaves tuo
stnta cirpftiiiziitinn as its leader, beiuL'
ixiy-eijfbt points abend of the Allon
town contingent of "have boens," who
hold Becnnd tilace.
The oihor State league game played
was that between LauonBter ana Puila
delpliia, in which the former won with
ease. The llrtzleton-l'otisville gams
was nostnoned on accouut of wot
Grounds aud in the Alientowu-llnrriti-
burtf game rain prevented its beui;
idiived. The onlv cbanue in trie stand-
ini? of the clubs is the dropping of
Rendinir to a tie with Huzlotou for
The following table gives the per
centages of the clubs, tbe number of
games won and lost by each, and their
standing in the championship race:
Won. Lost. FerC't
SCHEDULE FOR TODAY.
Allentown at Lnncnster.
Philadelphia at ITarrisbnrg.
ilazlcton at Heading,
Ecranton Won Its Last Stats LeaffUB
Gimei with Eas.
Special in the Scranton Tribune.
Reading. Autr. 2 Scranton wound
Tin its career in the Statu league by do
feating tbe local club tod ly in a same
marked by the loose playing of iioud
ins in the first iuning.
The visitors were allowed to score
two runs on short hits and errors. By
poor base rnnuing in the sixth the
borne players were rotired through
carelessness with the heaviest bitters
coming to bat. Ilogan and Beau
mout's fiue catches and Flanaghan's
pitching were tbe features. The score
Wetzel, s. s 0
liogan, c. f. 2
Patcbun, c, r.f 2
ilnssov, lb 1
Phelan, 2b. 0
Stultz, 1. f 0
Rogers, c.r.f. 0
Westlake, 3b 0
Flanagan, p 0
P.O. A. E.
8 1 0
4 3 0
10 (1 0
1 3 1
2 0 0
3 0 0
1 2 0
27 11 7l
P.O. A. E.
2 0 0
1 1 0
14 0 0
2 4 1
0 0 0
3 0 1
0 3 1
24 14 3
i 0 2 s 5
lllller, If. U 0
Leidy, cf 1 0
Torreyson, 2b 1 'A
Beaumont, lb 0 1
Henry, 3b 0 0
Eustace, ss 0 0
Shiuehouso, rf 0 2
Fox, c 0 0
Coyle, p 0 '1
Totals 8 7
Scrantou 2 0 0 1 0 0
Readiug 0 0200000 02
Earned runs Scranton 1. Three base
hits Torreyson, Patchen. Total base
hits Reading 9. Scranton 12. Stolen
bases Scranton 2. Loft on bases Read
mit 7, Scranton 3. Double playsEustHce
and Leaumont; Westlake, Phelan and
Jilasscy. Struck ontIiy Coyle 2, Flana
ghau 3. First base on balls Off Flann
Khan 5. Wild pitches Coyle. 'Sacrifice
hits Westlake. Time--1 :SU. Umpire
ilitchell. Attendance 1,000.
OTHER STATE LEAGUE RESULTS.
Ijancaster. 3 0 18 1
Philadelphia 0 0 2 0 0
IlitB-Lancastor, 13; Philadelphia, 4.
Errors Laucnuter, B; Pbiladulphia, 3.
Latteries Schelb'.e aud Cote; Cailahau
aud Roth. Game called end of tbe sixth
inning on accouut of raiu.
At Harrisburg Harrisburg vs. AUon
town, no game; raiu.
At Pottsvillo Tbe Hazleton vs. Potts
ville game postponed; wet grounds.
P,rooklyn 2 0 0 0 0 0 0
Philadelphia.. 0 0 1 0 0 2 4
Hits Brooklyn, 14: Philadelphia, 12.
Errors-BrooHlyu, 2: Philadelphia, 0. Bat
teriesUnderwood and Earle; Fauuius
1 r j tt
uuu uraur. umpire LampDoij,
Waihinton...0 1000004 49
-altiuioro 3 0 1 0 1 0 4 110
Hits Wellington. 14: Haltimore, 13. Er-
rors waHiilngton, 3; Baltimore 1. hat
tenea Alaul and Dugdale; Ilawke and
Itobinacn, Umpires alcliuire ana Clarko.
St, JiOiils 0 011104007
nttsliurg l 001000024
Hits St. Louis, 13: mtsburir. 7. Er
rorsSt. Louis, 0; Pittsbnrg, 1. Batter
i.s BreiteiiBtfiu and Twinohnm; Ehret
anu bugiieii. umpire uauney.
At New York
Boston 0 S 0 1 2 0 2 2 113
New York....O 0 10 9 10 1 113
Hits Boston, 13; Now York, 14. Errors
BoBtou, 5; Now York, 2. Batteries
roeliols, btivetts aud Tenny; (ierman.
WeBtervelt, Rasie. Farrell and WilMou.
UispireEaislie. Game callod on account
Cincinnati. ...1 0200000 1-
Cleveland 0 8 1 0 0 1 3 2 X 9
Hits Cincinnati, 7; Cloveland, 11: Er
rors Cincinnati. 0: Cleveland. 2. Batter
ies Chamberlain and Murphy; Cuppy and
vuonuor. umpire Aurst.
Chicago 0 0004000 x 4
Louisville 0 0800000 1 8
Hits Chicago, 12; Louisville, 8. Errors
Chicago, 2; Louisville, 1. Batteries
HntchiuBon and Schriveri Knell and lirlm.
At Bnffalo-Wilke-Barre, C; Buffalo, 8.
At Providence Providence, 4; Syra-
GLINTS FROM THE DIAMOND.
Good bye State league.
Wonder what Kiue Kelly thinks about
tho Scranton club now?
We rotired in a blaze of glory, that much
at least cau be said of Scrauton,
The West Side Stars cannot play tho
Bcrantou Ktars Saturday. Will Uuijkes,
Anson savs if ho hsd two snch pitchers
as Youug and Rusle he would stake all he
l"iji-sOi in this world that he wouiu win
tho peuanut iu a week
Tho eBteomcd SnrliiEdeld Union is as
sured that Tiik TmiiiNK's failure to credit
to its versatile ba:e ball department the
versolut entitled "Play JJall!" wus whully
The Luzji'tie Street Stars challouce tho
Si'vonth Stroot Coxej'ltJS to a game on the
Electric Light House grounds Auir. 5 at 2
o'clock. Auswer through TlfiuiMit Will
The Triton Base Ball club of Tunkban-
nock will play a game with tho Actives, of
Uuiuti, fcaturuay uiternoou, auij. 4. a
very cood irunio is expected and all are re
quested to be present.
The erstwhile Mluhtv llonnpy, of Ilar-
risuurp, was knocked out of tbe box ut
Scrauton yesterday and bis team narrowly
escaped n stint-out, A measly little run in
tho fifth inuintr averted a whitewash.
Tha Little Tycoons defeated the Johnson
club by the tcoro is to 10, and they would
like to play tho New Btreet Stars or tlio
yaincy aveune Stars a came nest Monday
or Tuesdiiy. Answer through Tnu TiUii
ixi:. 1). liualtos, captain.
The runner Starllahts. of tho West Side
defeated tho liluo Lulls, of Taylor, yester
day afternoon by a score of 5 to 0 on the
Little Woods wounds. Tbe Starlisuls
challenge tbe Young Violets of the West
Side to a game of ball to be played on Aug.
4 at H p. in. on thn Little Woods grounds.
Answer turougu tiik 'Ihihine. liicimru
Urcy, luautiger; Philip Williams, captain.
The hard times are pL'vlne havoc with
the patrouage of the ba c buil gmues iu th'
West, iklauitger John Ward, of tho New
York te.im Midlrercntly that bo paid the
Cleveland club inoro inJiiey on Je oration
l)y as it nharo of iho receipts at the Pol)
grounds for that day than ttiu New York
duo received for tlia 17 games rltycd on
the whole Western trip, and the Fourth
Wi'S on that list too. Philadolph.a Record,
The Scranton Lase ISall club is too coy.
It l iu been ilirting with the Pastern
league for several days now, but doesn't
seem to know whether it lisos the nuw
suitor well enough to tako him for her
"steady company." Tho Buitor is willing
enough and pleads with motfiu eloquence,
but dour scrnnton is a shy youug tlnut;.
It's all so sudden, you know, and she's all
iu a Hatter, poor dear. So she wants time
to cumposo her nerves and think it all
over. Her Hist "no" in iv not meau
any more than the traditional nega
tive, which, in lover's parlance,
is generally understood to moan "yes."
In that case wo don't think it
wise to insist upon an answer too soon. It,
niiyht frighten off tha sweet creature and
thou what a lot of fun we should mi-s.
Seriously, we need that Scranton dub iu
our business. We ye.iru for hor. We ask
her to com to our arms where she will
get such a b.ise-ballio nquueziug as shall
reduca at every squeeze the size of her
cranium and the figures of her percentage.
Wilkes-Larro Record. Wo come, but not
to be squeezed.
TOMORROWS TROTTING RACES.
Novel and Complete Card Has Been
Although the Gentlemen's Driving
club will conduct five races at the
Driving park to-morrow thy will be
worked oil by beats from the first to
the fifth event, with only a 5-iuiuuto
wait between each beat. By this sys
tem nil tedious delays will bi elimi
nated. The hitch race will inclula the b ir
cessiug of tne horses iu full view from
the grandstand, and a half-mile drive.
The etitties are summarized as fol
lows: First race, hitch, haru053 and nalf-inilo
Dr. O. E. Hill.
L. 13. Bunnell.
Dr. Charles E. Hill.
G. II. Shelly.
L. T. Payne.
C. A. Summers.
Second race, H.00 class
William, b. g Frank Merrifield.
Frank II, br. g., Frank llazzard.
Dawn Lass, br. ni., Walter Joriuyn.
Coxey, g. W. (j. Parke.
Dr. Chambers, b. g., II. B. Reynolds.
Fred, b. g., Alex. Dunn.
Fanny Blair, b. m., U. 3d. Shelly.
Third race, 8.50 class
St. Nick, b. g., Randolph Crippon.
Duisy, b. in., C. S. Seamans.
Duke, bl. g., L. T. Payne.
Keeloy, b. g., O. 3d. Lallstead.
Jack, b. g., Dr. Charles Hill.
Pet Haud, b, in., Frank Spencer.
I' Otirtu race, zau cinss
Farmer Boy, b. g., Lovl Pattoraon.
Moliie, b. in., Ambrose Spencer.
Jack, r. g., Frank iilerrifield.
Ulagnolia, bl.m,, Ur. J. L. Wcntz.
Jobu, b. g Dr. U. E. Hill.
Nt, b. m., J. L. Crawford.
I if th race, free for all
Jim ilears, g. g., Dr. Charles XXIII.
JsVllie B, b. ra Levi Patterson,
Tnlly Way, b. m.,W. ii. Uearhart.
NOTES FO HORSEMEN.
Tho trotters are going faster than ever.
Bristow, la., is to have a trotting track.
Tbe eelding trotting record is now 2.0791.
and is held by Rylnud T.
Ella Vertuer, 2.10!, bv Epaulet, showed
a mile ovr Bclieout lately in 2.1
Billy Button ia 21 yoars old. Last week
ho trotted a quarter in 32,:f seconds.
Sam English says there are over flftv
pacers doing the grand circuit who can
para iu 2.1'J or bsttor.
Notwithstanding tha diminished attend.
ance at Brighton lioneb, sity bookmakers
continue to do business iu the betting ring
C. C. Seaman, of San Dioco. Cal.. pro
poses to form a club and make the Saa
Diego track one of the must popular in tho
D. J. Lynch, of tho Arizona btablc. has
purchased from the Pn-timo stable for
?l,J0l tho 3-yenr-old colt Volt, by Volaute,
dam Cora ui llo.
Dr. Rice will not rr.co again before fall.
He was musele-iore after his last race at
Washington park, iu which be inude
rather a poor showing.
A new circuit was rocenilv f orraod at
Jamestown, N. Y. It consists of the asso
ciations of Jamestown, Warfaw and Cur
ry. Thecireuit will be known as tho Wst
oru New York and Pennsylvania circuit.
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THAT'S THt USUAL WAY.
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HCAT. B! AU RISHT
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k IT OOlS WHAT A CHOP
M VVA J 1 SI
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Scrantoa Is Now i
a Himb; r of tbe Eastern
WE MEET SPRINGFIELD TODAY
After Yesterday's Game at Reading
the Scranton Club Disbanded and
the Players Signed Eastern League
Contracts After tho Club Had Been
Formally Admlttod Into That Or
ganization Threo of tha Troy Play
Today at Springfield, Masi,, the
Scranton will play its first game in the
Enstarn league. Sueretury liettj, of
tbe Scranton club, Stockholder A. L
Francois aud President Powers, of the
Eutleru luagun, were in Reading yes
terday and alter tbe State leuxuo game
was over the Scranton club dWbaudeJ,
threw up its State league franchise and
ti'.s eftnrwards admitted to the East
The work of signing the players in
tho Eastern league was thou tnksn up
tin I all of the men attached their
numes to contracts except liogan,
Yvrtes und Ifo.lsou. Hog in goas to
Cincinnati at if 100 a month, Hudson to
Biflton at f'O a mouth, and Yurkes to
TIIHLE TROY MEN SIGNED,
Three members of the defuuot Troy
team have been signed by Scrantou aud
will probably play in today's game.
There is ulso a probability that Pitcher
Dolanwy, of Biiigbauiton, will bi pur
ch sul. Manager Swill's future con
nection with the club is somewhat iu
.ome of the local stockholder say
that Cahill, of tho Troy club, will bo
manager, while others assert that Mr.
Swift will coutiuue at the helm.
The diertiou of the State leaguo by
Scrantou will give Sheuandoah its long
looked for opportunity to place a club
in t but organization. It is probable
that thuro will bo another break in the
State league before long, as Heading is
fclatcd to take Illughamtou's plaoe iu
cuse that club dbcides to retire from
the buse ball arena.
Scranton will play in Springfield to
day and tomorrow and then return to
this city. Alouday, Tuesday uud Wed
ueeday, Providence will play at
the ball park in this city, aud
TbUMdsy, Friday und Saturday
Scrititon and Springfield will con
test at the earn place. Ou Aug. 20, 21
and Scruntou is scheduled to play iu
Wilkes-Barra and ou Aug. 23, 24 aud
25 Wilkcs Barro is scheduled to play in
Scrautoo. It is probable that an ar
rangement will bo muds by which the
games will bs playod in the two cities
on alternating days.
As to tho State league Scranton can
Bay farewell, a long farewell.
Ciddlabock, Sanderr, The Trlbuua Shak
eipaare, Campbell and Kirn.
Hie TuihUNE base ball man. not
fancying tbe idea of extending comfort
to bscretary Diedlebock, of the State
League of Base Dull clubs, this morn
ing puts words into the mouth of Mr.
M. E. Sunders, of Tbe Trntb, which
tne latter never give utterauce to iu
tbe corridor of tbe Wyoming, nor any
where else. Mr. Sanders had simply
made a statement of tacts to several
newtpaper friends who were about,
relative to changes having boen tuaJe
in tbe original draft of tbe constitution
after it passed from the committee into
the hands of Secretary Diddle bock.
THESE AltE THE VERY WORDS.
Merchant of Yniei.
"I have a Inrgo-slzed crow to pick with
Air. Diddlebock and I want to have it out
with him right on the Boor of that meet
ing." Tlll'KSDAY'S TltlUUNB.
"Mr. Sanders used words to above effect
and to the best of my knowledge and
memory the words quoted ar the very
Baino." John J, Cau unicLL.
"I do not care to be quoted iu tlili mat
ter." J. D. Keiin.
THE PRESS CLUB'S REGATTA.
Oarsmen Chowinc Crjat Interest in th
From Now York, Newark, Philadel
phia aud other places come eacli day in
quiries concerning the Press club's re
gatta to be hold Aug. 14, the entries of
which close a week lroin touigbt. Posi
tive assurances have already been re
ceived from oariiinen uud rowing alubs
intending to compete in tbe several
races that iusure a still more success
ful regatta than was that of last year,
There is uUo greater local int-rost in
the tvout. Last year many persons had
no idea of the great races that were to
be carried out, but this year tbwy
realize that the Press club will fully
miiltitnln the high standard It then set,
Even up and dowu the valley between
Carbondalo and Plymouth there is
much iutereat takeu, und tickets art on
sale In tvery towu betweeu thojo
placss, The Arcbbald Hose company
runs an excursion to the lake ou that
day which takes in evvry towu on the
Dataware uud Hudson north of Scran
ton, and tbe sums day the Stir Lioui
oiu'.i, of Plymouth, bus an excursion
cvr lb Delaware and Hudson from
P yiaouth Junction nnd takiug In
'u ,ikn Barve, P.usoue und Minor's
Mills. Eveiy point reached by the Erie
and Wyotniug Valley road from Port
Blanahard to lloiusdalo will be con
veyed by special and regular trains, aud
a number of trains will ruu betweeu
Scrnutou and the lake duriug the day,
The illvr cup, to be known as the
Lake Arll priz, was received by Jew
elsr W, J. Weloutd yesterday and ia
now to be seen in his show window oil
LOCAL BICiCll NOTES.
John nolt will not go into training for
the August race meet on accouut of poor
i health. ,
j Oregory nnd Vbite have returned from
a Blioi t vacation ut I're.stou 1'ark, aud will
beylu training immediately.
Clarouce Florey and E. a. Stewart, of
the Ureeu H.diio Whueluien, uud B. T.
Lacoy, of the SornnUm Bicycle club, are
summering with their families nt Luke
Sheridan. They invite all wheelmen to
call on thorn aud spend tt few days, pro
viding they bring their luuch aud sleep iu
the woods. Lacey does the plaulug,
Fiorey tacklos the Hah and Stewart frume,
the resolutions. No doubt some enormous
tl-di stories will be hoard at the Ureou
Ridge tied Scranton Blcyclo club houses
upon tbe return of these wDeelmeu. .
'When 8s Many people are taking and
deriving bounds from Hood's Bnrsaiinrillu.
why dou't you try tt yourself? It will
build you up. Hood's bursupnrlllu, will
make you strong.
Hood's Fills cure tiaimen, sick headache,
indigestion, biliousness. Try a bos.
Fatal nkolkct Is little short of snlclde.
The consequences ot a neglcclrd cough are
too wtdl known to need reiieatiug. Dr.
Wood's Norway Pine Syrup cures a cough
promptly. Hold by all dealers oa a guar
antee of satisfaction.
IPanU of all Hndt cost that much, ta
pt Situation Wanted,which are inttrU
Help Wanted Male.
UrANTP.li-TWO flit HIRES TEAM-
stow; uuiBt understand tukliiK
of and driving horse; expuoted to write a
fair Land; tumpruto, married, man pre
ferred, lmmtru 1123 Diamond avenue, Scran
tou. Cull ; to tl a m.
II. II. IIEWETT & SON.
WANTED MAN TO MANAGE UKANCIi
olllce at Herantou; salary, $1,01X1 yoar;
$(I0 cash and rol'eruneo required: commer
cial rvlurenne iuruiahod, Koom 15, Old Post
Helo Wanted Females.
fMUL WAXtTdTsiU'HT KNOW IIOWTO
Vf eo k. Iill Mulberry Btreet.
1 I'vanlt Lesllo's Illustrated Weekly War
lllUB'iatloim iNiii.isiLV Two Volumes Kollo,
tKi.DD; payablo iuu..tlily, $:.J0. Del verud by
cipress comiiU'i-,, prepuld. Address P. O.
IIUOIIV, HlKllibsoiihtrout, fferanton, i'a.
V.I , V 1 U .j 1 1 , f 1, I 1W
I nines, ote.. bound or rebound at
T Kill un 8 olliee,
MEAL TICKETS CAN BE HAD. AT 1,
eorner ISprueo street and Frunklin avo-
pho. Twenty meal ticliets lor tAau. uoou
"lENTLEMAN'S 1'ltlVATE TUOl'TINU
I niurj and oiitl'.t forsalo. Owuer leaving
city. Kitty 1)., Hay mare, WaeK points, years
oi,i, i;,Hj IiuimIs ingli, weigns i.iuu; wuu iruiu
init will go down in less than 2 '20; has no
Piarli, but lias trotted an .-ishth iu Hi seeonds,
iu:,' tor in seromis. a nait in i.n, ami run
go a full luilo oil' thj l'ond hitW to with
out urging; is well hrud. sound, kind, pretty
and hasn't a bad lault; is fuarlesB of stuam or
eleetrietty; a line, id.afant arlver and roau
stor: a trial of speed ifiveu over road or
trSi-k. Outfit eonsists of mare, bui;gy, har
ness, ote., sold tepxrately or together. Iu
(pdro lis AJanis aveuus. Serauton.
-N.B.-ir not sold before, she will bo sold at
tho Serantou traek on Saturday next, Augast
4, after tho raees to the hiu-host bidder.
N I V V. L V -F C B ISH ED 11 A L L
1 suitable for lodK'e rooms.
MYN, ll'.l Wyoiuiiik' avenue.
O . VESTMENT AGENCY.
offers bargains as follows:
CITY BL'SIS ESS PROPERTY.
40 ft front bv .Ml ft. doeu. ou HuruOO
Btreet, routs for !7(W $10,000
40 ft. front bv at) feet deep, on bpruce
street, corner alloy 10,500
These together givo NO ft. front on Spruce
street between Penn und Franklin, with alloy
on sido. Spruco street proporty is advancing
CITY RESIDENCE PROPERTY.
CORNER MONKOE AND VINE streets.
lot SOxji, two dwellings, 50,'JOI), giving a nice
resideuce and uu iniu mj lor small investment;
ALSO A PLOT OF a LOTS, gtvin I1TJ rt,
trout on Monroe avenue, near Vino Btreet.
Theic niakii a Urst-claBS residence plot in a
desirable locality. If not sold in ono plot will
sell auove separately.
Lot 50x180. South Main avonuo, adjoining
resideneo of Smith ' B. iiott, price, S-Med; also
) ots on Hock street aud Weat Lud place. Only
A I1EACTIECL HOME AT DALTON. PA..
modern houso, Bpriui water piped int) it from
lull Uaeli, ham lor tares uorses aim two cows,
bounerv with cemout"! floor, youug fruit,
floe luwu, grand outlook; one aud a half to
three acres, us desired. S5.0UO.
Also lots of about BJino size on Westorn
Slope, Lalton. Call or addross
SMITH b. IIOTT, Managor,
No. 421 Lark, uve. roar board train.
THE CNDER8IONED WILL SELL AT
X nublio sale on Motidur. August U. 1SU4. at
10 o'clock a. in,, at Its olllco. 404 Lackawanna
avenue, tlftouu (l.j) shares of the capital stook
of tho .Scranton Lac Curtulu company, held
as collateral socurltf on an overdue note.
TUB LACK AW ANSA TUUSX ASU SAi'lS
July 30. 1S04.
STRAYED TO MY PREMISES A RED
j cow. Owner can have same bv paying
tor this advertisement aud (lainagos.
11 .1. HPKUKS. SS7 Prospect Ave.
T OST LEFT IN DELAWARE AND UUD-
la son train in Carbondalo, July 1W, lady's
clotii iaeket. Finder will please write or re
turn the article to Kev. J. M. Lewis, Oraee
Heciory, Homodulo, and receive reward
A Rl'IIITLCTS' NOTICE COMPETITIVE
l ulnna and BDooillcations are invited for a
city liuildinirto lie utod for tire department
nouso uuu nonce tmiroi station, a prosuecius
of tho building may bo seen at the ollico of tho
citv clerk, ut which olllce tho said plans aud
specifications are to be submitted on or beforo
Wednesday, August W, I'M. Uy order of city
11. T. LAVL LLK, City ClOl'K.
Scranton. Pa., July U4, lbH4.
INSTATE OP IT.KA DE WJTT.DECEASED.
J Kotico Is luruhy iven that u rulo has
boi'ii granted to show cause why Jan) L. 1
Witt, executrix of tho last will aud tHtiiinont
of said docsdciit, ahall not ho discharged from
tho duties aud liabilities of bur apponitinont
Application will bo niado to havo suld rulo
inadu absolute and tho executrix di-chnrcd,
July U, lstll. 8 a PU1CK,
Attorney for cxccnti ix
GRAND CLASS A
BICYCLE RACE MEET
Green Rife Wlieelmea
Scranton Driving Pari
August 22, 1894, at 2 O'clock
L. A. W. Sanction and Race
Admission, 5k Grand Stand, 15c
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothsrslll
Mrs.Vlnslow's Soothius Syrup has been
used for over fifty years by millions o:
mothers lor their children wnue tentuing,
with perfect sudcess. it soothes the child,
softens tho gums, allays all pain; cores
wind eolla and is the best remedy for dl
arrhcoa. Sold by diuggists iu every Part
of the world. lie sure and ask tor "Mrs.
Wiuslow's Soothing Syrup," and take no
uo otner Kino, i wenty-uve cent a Dot
When Baby was tlok, we gave her Costoria,
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
When she became Miss, she dung to Castoria,
When alio had Children, she gove theis Castoria,
Special Id-Summer Sale How On
None but the best materials used. Superb
Made and Sold
VERY CHEAP by
The Scranton Bedding Company, Lack. a.d Adams
Sco our FIFTEEN DOLL AE Solid
Oak Bedroom Bet!
Wo sell Furniture a3 cheap as
any house In the country that in
tends to give honest value for tho
money. Try us.
205 mid 20?
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tiEFOflEAKO AFTER USING.no other. A0Ure AtttVE BEE WOO., Masonic Temple, CBICAOO.UJ.
For Sale in Scranton, Pa., by H. C. SANDERSON, Druggist, cat. WasMngtoB
lud Soruce bti'oots.
f!r'IwPKr Send for clroular. Price 1.00 Per box, bvxea lor $5.00,
iii2L2ir lri. MOTTS CHEMICAL CO., - Clovelund, Ohio,
lor bale byC. M. 1IARUIS, Drui;i:Ut, 121 feo Avenue,
imetlmea neods a reliable, monthly, rcfmlUnff medleine. Only harmlea SI
the purest drugs should be used. If you want the butt, got
Dr. Peal's PennroaS Pi!2s
Ther an prompt, safe and certain In rosnlt Tho nennlne (Dr. Peal's) neror dbip.
nolut. Sunt any where, $1.00, Address i'aw.MawoillBUe., Cleveland, O.
For sale by JOHN H. PHELPS,
Spvuce Street, Scranton, Pa.
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO.
6CKANTOS AKD WILKES-13 ARRE, PA. SIANUFACT0REB8 Oif
Locomotives and Stationary Engines,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
General Office. SCRANTON.
There la no smell of smoke
SALE MOW G
and will last twenty-oue dt,ys louder. Iu Llinfc tUm wj uiiut dispo-io of our stook of ClolUmj aud Oants
Furnishings by order of tho iusuranco companies, who havo already given out tho contract to repair
our store, which was damaged Saturday night, June 10, by tho explosion and lire iu tha building of our
neighbors, Messrs. Davies & Griftiu.
Clothing Sold at 33 Ceati on tbe Dollar Less Than Cost to Make,
DO.N'T DELAY. COME AT ONCE. DON'T MISS THIS CHANCE.
AN ACTUAL SAVING OF 67 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR.
We only montioa a few bargain?; all other goods sold at equally astonishing low prices.
BOYS' PANTS, 13c.
Two for 125 Cents.
Man's Suits, for'y sold for
Man's Suits, for'y sold for
This is NOT a Permanent Fire Sale. It will last
SIGN OF THE BELL. 230 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
UTXEXl DOOR lO HIE BURNED DAVIES A GRIFFIN BUUUUNU
SKIRTS FROM 50 CENTS TO
GOWNS FROM 50 CENTS TO
COVERS FROM 25 CENTS TO
novelties. Correct shapes.
-n ST i
lore islxxt esses
Tbla wondHu nmtdj f
eases. iuch as Weak Memory. Loss of Brain Power, HcadaoUe, Waliuiuiuest.
emiDsions, jorvousnQ.i,iiu""u"'"" ,v-w
ciceiilve use of toliacco. opium or stimulants, which ljiid to Ji"u,r,JiliLSiK'
VuuiplK'Uoi lnsanlty. Can lie carrledln vest pocltst . I ..""fcA0'"?'
Tlrr-iilnr free. Sold br oil drilt-Blsts. A lor 11, WW
22C0EirE?0 Th? only .aft n
ever oSered to Ladies,
71 ed to married Ladies.
Pharmacist, cor. Wyoming Avenue and
ur Stock Oaiiiaged
or lire about them, aud tUay aro
S PANTS, 50c.
$10, now $4.75
$16, now 8.25
and all goods that are damaged at your own price.
Opp. Court House.
Dr. B. Grewer
The Philadelphia Specialist, and his associated
staff of English and Gorman physicians,
are now permanently located at
811 SI'RL'CR ST., SCItANTOV.
Tho doctor Is a graduate of tho University of
Pennsvlvania.formorlv demonstrator of uhvsl-
olocy and sureerv nt the
College of Philadelphia.
vnroine, nervous, bkin,
Heart, Womb and
DISEASES OF THE ERVOUS SYSTEM
The symptoms of which are dizziness, lack ot
confidence, sexual weakness in mon and wo
man, ball rising in the throat, Bpots floating
bofore th eyes, loss of memory, unable to con
centrate the mind on one subjeot, easily
startled when suddenly spoken to, and dull,
distressed mind, which mint them lor per
forming tliaartna.1 Antlea of lire, maaiuff naD-
plness impossible; distressing the action of
Hie heart, causing flush of heat, depression of
suirits. evil forebodings, cowardice, fear.
dreams, melanonoly, tire easy 01 company,
feeling as tired in tne morning as when retir
ing, lack of energy, nervousness, trembling,
confusion ot thought, deprossion.constipation.
Weakness of the limbs, etc. Those so affected
should consult ns immediately and be restor
ed to perfect health.
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
Weakness of Young Men Cured.
If you havo boen giren up by your physician
call upon the doctor ana bo examined. Ho
euros me worst casesof Nervous Pehillty.Bcro
fula.Old Sorc8.CatrrhPiles,Femalo Weakness,
Atiectionsor the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat,
Asthma, Deafness, Tumors. Cancers and Crip
ples of every description.
Consultations free aud strictly sacred and
confidential. Oftlco hours dally from Da. m.
toll p. m. Sunday 0 to &
THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE
bas excellent facilities to do its work, and can
please the most fastidious.
ANYTHINQ IN THK UNI Or SOOKBINOINQ.
equally a3 good as beforo.
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 dajs longer.