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THE SCRANTON TKIBTJNE SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 4. 1894.
Martin Swill's Debut la tba Eastern Lcagua
Is Not Auspicious.
WE ARE DEFEATED,
HQDSQN THROWN IN
But the Game Was of a Snappy Char
acter That Revealed Our Mottle and
the Score Showed That They Will
Have No Walkovar at Our Expense.
Cahill and Smith, of the Troy Club,
Occupy Scranton Uniforms Whore
We Stand in the New Race.
FTER ti long diet of
Kully longer by
uoverul days thu
tbn merit of theso
twin wortliiss a
factors of public
Soratiton has at
lnut proourol a
cIiudjo of bus bull
isru. Ti.e iuitll rmiuu wui Bpreud
yesterday befor 1.C00 applaudiug spoo
tutors at SprlDi'tWld; and while the
other fellows had a sbado tba bettor of
the eiUiug, we left wood evidences of
ourcauauiiy. iludsou's tvildnoss in
tbn seventh innlu? alone prevented th
coining' cuuuipious from walking off
with nuotlisr victory.
Ilaviim auuid Troy's Uie, w
now est tor purcbutate. aud drop
irom the lofty attitude of 818 aud first
raijk lu KitiK Kolly's leutfUJ to a
humble 307 aud sseoud position in
tbe Eusteru league. But never iniud.
We'll olitub up auou. 'l'iio uew table of
SCHEDULE FOU TODAY.
Bcrauton at SpiingfloM (2emcs).
Wilkcb-llurro at bulfulo.
riu at Uiuenuiuton.
fcyiacmo at I'rovideuce.
FlliST ONE A DEFEAT.
But ths Nwcomr Gav th Spiinifflalds
a Lively Tussl.
' Evsiscfii-xd, Mess. , Aujr. 8 Scran
ton made her dobut In the Eastern
league today aud put up a stiff game
that neurlv won her seventeenth
straight victory. Tbe te.ttu was in the
strongest slmr. with Hodson in tbe
box. Tbe additio.i of the Troy players
strengthened both toams and Spring
field put up the snapplst game that has
beon seen here this suason. Hodson
whs jumped upon by the Ponies in tbe
seventh inning after two men were out
and pcundod for three earned mtis.
Coughlin wan in groat form, not giving
a base on balls and strlkinir out four
tncn. Attendance, 1,500. Scora:
B. H. P.O. A. X.
. 0 0 - 3 7 1
0 0 8 8 0
.110 0 1
.. 2 3 5 2 1
,.0 3 0 0 1
Lenity, c. . . .
Totals fl 11 27 14 4
r. n. P.O. A. E.
Wetzel, s. s 0 1 1 1 0
Johnston, 1. f. 0 2 8 0 0
Patcueti.c. 1.2 8 3 0
Miuwv. lb 1 2 10 1 1
Plie'.an, 2b 1 1 2 3 1
Htaltz, o. f 112 0 0
Cahill, r. f 1 8 4 0 0
fjmith, 8b 0 1 2 3 1
Hudson, p 0 0 0 0 0
Totals. 8 13 27 11 3
Springfield.... 0 0110130 0-0
Scrauton 0 2010110 0-5
Earned runs SprhiRflold 4; Scranton, 3.
First base by errors ripriiiKttold. 2; Scran
ton. 2. First base on bail" Modioli, 5.
Struck out - Couchlin, 4; Uodson, 2. Throe
base lilts BrecklnriilgB, IV.C lien, Cahill.
Two baas hits Lynch, llottenus, Alu'loau,
Breckinridge, Cubill. Sacrifice hits
Patchen, Cabill, Smith, 2. Stolen bawft
Lynch, lJottenua,' Leahy, Wetzel, Plielen,
Htnllz, Cahill. Hit by pitcher Lyncb.
Umpire Swartwood. Time 1. CO.
WILKES-BARftr. ALSO LOST.
Buffalo Defeated Lciiroi Boys in Bast
Gam of th Season.
Buffalo, N, Y., Aug. 8. The trame
between tbe Coal Miners and the Bisons
wi.i the best on; played on tbe homo
grounds for some time. Tbe Bisons
played in fine form and Vickory wa3
very ffeotive. Score:
WILKEB-BARRE. I BUFFAEO.
II. II. O. A. K I H. 1I.O.A.E.
Olllon 8 b 0 0 5; a OO'Br'nSb. 3 3 ii 2 0
Hhim'nSb 0 1 !( 8 IIDr'liylb. 8 0 8 0 1
Let' rf . 1 0 0 0 olColl's 1 f. 2 8 2 0 0
Hetscf.. a 2 0 0:D.ily rf... 0 0 10 0
Warnero 110 0 olo'wyb.. 10 12a
Bro'nt-lb. 1 2 12 0 11 Cly'cr ef. 0 2 0 0 0
Pettlt If.. 1 12 0 0 1 mvoeas. 2 2 3 8 1
Mo on ss. 0 1 8 2 0 Ir'nrt c. 12 0 10
Cam 'Id p. 0 10 3 O.Vic'ryp.. 18 0 10
0 10 24 1 l! Total 13 18 27 14 5
Wilkps-Pnrre 0 001 0 2 0 3 0- ft
Bnltalo 8 II II 1! 1 0 x 18
Earned runs Wllkos-Bnrro, 6; Buff do, JO.
Lett 011 baa s Wilkes Birn, 8; Uuii'ulo. 8.
K!r-t base mi balls Cainiiflplrl, 2. Vlekor, 2.
fiti nok out-Camp Held, 0: Vickorv, 8. Home
rnns Metis, 2; Drauhy, 2. Tuo-baeo bits
Brown, Drauby, Lowoi, 2, Vii'kory. Poublo
plays O'Brinn to Lewco to Drauliy. Passoil
balls Warner, I. Umplro Dotschor. Tiino
OTHER EASTERN LEAGUE RESULTS.
Providence. ,0 010800105
Syracuse 0 0000010 01
Hits Providence, 6; Syracuse, 2. Er
rorsProvidence, 0; Ryracusp, 1, Batter
ies Lovntt nud McAuleyj Bauswlne and
lless. Umpire Snyder.
Erie .,..3 0000001 1-8
liiugbamton.. .0 00211000-0
Hits Erie, 10: Binghamton, 11. Errors
Erie, 5; Binghamton, 6, Batteries
llerndnn sod Uunson; Marshall aad Raf
ter. Umpire Kettnok.
At Philndelpbla (first game)
Baltimore 0 0001 101 14
Pblludelphia..2 0 1 0 4 1 1 6 z-14
Hits Baltimore, 12;' Philadelphia, 18.
Errors Baltimore, 5: Philadelphia, a Bat
teries E'per and Robinson; Taylor and
Grady. Umpire Campbell.
Second game ' ' ' ' '
Baltimore........,. .8 8 2 4 1 0-10
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0 3 18
Hlts-Bsltimore, 18; Philadelphia,- 7.
Errors Baltimore, 0; Philadelphia, 8.
Batteries McMahon and Clarke: Uarper,
Weyhlng and Cross. Umpire Campbell.
Game called, darkness. ,
At Brooklyn First game
Brooklyn .....2 0 0 0 1 0 08
New York 2 1 0 0 2 0 0-17
Hits Brooklyn, 8;;ew York, 10. Errors
Brooklyn, 5; New York, 8. Game called
by consent ot both clubj in order to en -able
the secoud game to be played. Bat
teries Dmb, Oastrlght aul Klnslowj
Wwtrvelt and Farrell. Umpires Einslie
New York.... 0 104000106
Biouklyn 1 8 0 02010 s-7
Hits-New York, 11: Brooklyn, 13. Er
rorsNow York, 6; Brooklyn, 0. Batter
iesClark and Wilson; J. Kennedy und
. Dalley. Uuipiros Euislie aud Ilouglnud.
Wabhlugton...2 0020080 18
uoston i UJ.UUUUU1 i
Hits Washington, 10; Boston, 4. Errors
Washington, ti; Boston, 6. Batteries
fiercer and ileduiid; Nichols, Ryan and
Conuanghton. Umpire Keufe.
St. Lonis 8 0103100 18
Pittsburg 1 001010126
Hits St. Louis, 13; Pittsburg, 11. Er
rors 8 . Louis, 4; Pittsburg, 4. Batter
ies Uuwlev and Twiuebumi Uuuibert aud
Merritt Umpire Uuiluey.
Cincinnati.... 0 0000000 5-6
Cleveland 1 1 2 0 0 8 3 1 x-U
lliis Cincinnati, 0; Cleveland, 10; Er
rors Cincinnati. 2; Cleveland, 3. Batter
ies Cross and Murphy; Young and Zim
mer. Umpire Hurst.
At Louisvillo Cliicngo-Louiavillo game
was given to Louisvillo, 0 to 0, on account
of Chicago returns; to play with balls fur
nished by Louisville.
At Reading Reading, 10; Hazlnton, 8.
At Hnrrisburg Uarrisburg, 1; Philadel
At Pottsviilo Pottsville, 6; Shenandoah,
At LuncaBtor Lancaster, 10; Allon
SWIFT STEPS DOWN.
Cahllt, Late of Ilia Troy Team, Will Man
Manln Pwift will not manago the
?cranton club in tbe Eastern leagno.
He will bo giveu char-re of tho finances
of the assoeiatiou at the meetinw of
that bo-ly next Tuesday night, ilau
ugcr Caliill, of the Troy club, has been
signed R8 capitan and manager of tho
players and will enter upon tbe duties
of tho luttsr offlco immediately upon
tbn rotireruent of Jlr. Swift.
This inforniiilon whlob his bean
quietly rumored for some days past
has been verified by officers of the
Surnntou assooiatiou. Secretary Betts
upon hi) return from Reading yester
day was aeon by a Trjiicne reporter
aud stated that Jlr. Francois and Mr.
Powers had secured for Benin tou the
services of Captain and Manager Ca
bill, Pitcher Donovan and Short Stop
Smith, of the Troy el'ib.
As to Ilodson's transfer nothing dell
nite can as yet be stated.
Uodson refused to accept tho 'l"
p r month which Boston olltn oud de
ciarss that he will not submit to being
old unless better terms are granted.
Mr. Betts nays that if Uodson does not
play for Boston at that figure he will
not play at all. Tbe Scran tou associa
tion is very anxious that Mr. Hodsou
should accept Boston's olT'-r, us one of
the conditions of the transfer was that
if Hodsou goes to Boston, West, former
ly a pitcher forTAltoonu, will bo given
to Ssraaton. However, i'Hodsonwill
consent to remain in Scranton tho di
rectors would be still better pleased.
He has been offered $00 a uonth and
a guarantte that ha will not be reserved
at tbe end of the season it he will ro
main, and as be likes to play in Suran
ton there is a likelihood that he may
remain here for tha rera iiiid'ir of the
A3 TO MIL PIDDLEBOCK.
In reference to the atinouncomeat of
Secretary Diddlebock tint he. with the
assistance of President Nick Younu. of
tbe National league, would cans? dire
calamities to fall upon tbe Scranton
bsso ball people. Secretary Betts said;
"You can announce in no nnoertain
terms that Scrantonlaus will be no
longer iuflicted with Diddlobock.
Patsy Powers arranged tho transfer to
tbe Eisteru league and you can rest
assured he fortified himself before be
made a move. Powers is Nick Young's
right band man au I be has the upper
hand thore of Mr. Diddlebock.''
Ah I. Dunn when spoken to last
night concerning Swift's removal from
the managership said: "Mr. Swift will
simply be changed to th position of
riuancial manager. Cubill would not
sign with Scrauton except on tbe con
ditions that be would be made captain
Mr. Dunn also stated that Ssraston
is entitled to Pitcher Meekin, of the
Troy club, who baa been picked up by
VVilkeg-Barre. Powers assnred the
IBcrantous that they were entitled to
any of tbe player who had not tven
signed by other Eistorn league clubs
tip to the time of f-'crnnton's admission.
Meekin was among the eligible piny
era and Scrauton Intends to have him.
Wllkoa-Eurro realizes the justioo of
our demands as is evldeuoed by the
fact that she bos offered us cither
Quarles or Campficld, la the hopes of
Inducing us to muke no trouble shout
Meekin. President Powers Las beon
notified that Scranton wants Meckin.
EASTEUN LEAGUE PRICES.
Tho gate admission will remain at 2.1
cents for adults and 10 cents for child
ren, although it may be found neces
sary to increase the children's prioe to
15 cents, the Eastern ltaguu rate, if the
other clubs should object to cut rates.
Tho grand stand will be 23 cents la tbe
center row aud 15 cants for thoeud
tiers of soats. L idieswiil bo charged
15 cents. Iu all olhor Eusteru longus
cities 2" cents is the uniform price
charged for grand stand.
Onttr Fielder Uogan left the oltv
Inst evening at 0 o'clock to join tbe
Cincinnati club at Cleveland today,
Ho expressed himself as highly pleased
aud gratified by reason of tbe kind
treatment he bad received at tha hands
of Scr.mtnuiaus. Ho said he would al
ways carry the most ploasant recollec
tions of his stay bore, and would snrs
ly be back bere next winter to so bis
friends. A large crowl of friends wjro
at the depot to sea him off,
GLINTS FROM TH DUM0N3.
Tbe Eiks challenge any club iu the city
nndor 13 years af ago to a game of ball at
any time. Walter Davles, malinger.
Tho Bolls challenge the Little Tycooons
to a game of bail on tbn former's grounds
near No. 82 school on Wednesday morning.
A return gum will be iilayod tha follow
ing day. The home club iu both cases will
fnrulsb tho necetuary iinpluini.-iits of war
fare. Answer through Inn TltiliUNS.
Cburlos Evans, captain; Huydn Oliver,
Tbe Eurokas and tbe Yonng Men's
Christian association will piny at the
Scrauton Buso Ball park this afternoon at
4 o'clock. Tbe following players will rep
resent the Young Men's ChrUtlan sssocla
tlon: Williams, catcher; Hoffuer, pltohor;
Allen, tint base; Brooks, second base;
Gmister, third base; Davis, shortstop;
Blttenbender, right field; Reese, center
field; Surdam, left field. Admission will
be 23 cents. Lodios admitted free.
The Springfield Union says of tha rocent
negotiations for the admission of Scranton
into the Eastern league to take Troy's
plnoe: "Scranton was ordered to report
in Springfield on Friday as tbe transac
tions were not cempleted iu time to get
the team there for tho gamo scheduled
Thursday. Instead there will be two
games played on Saturday to make up for
Thursdays game. Director Frauuois says
Contfausd on pogs ID,
FWE EVENTS CARDED
Hitch, Harness and Ealf Kile Drive Ar
ranged. .. . ,
FGR TODAY'S TROTTING RACES
The Card Includes a " Frae-for-AII in
Which Jim Mear8, Trillyway and
Nollie E, All Winners, Will Com
peteComplete List of Entries and
Contaur's Selections Every Race
Has Been Well Handicapped.
If tha card preparorl by the Gentle
uien'u Driving club for this afternoon
is not varied aud complots enough to
please the most exacting judge of good
handicapping, tben the efforts of the
racing onmmlttee have indeed beeu for
In the free-for-all will appear what
are oonoaded to be the three speediest
olub horses at the track, nud in Coma,
which belongs to J. L. Crawford but
is eutered by V. G. Parke, will be
found company of no mean ability.
She was reoeutly purchased iu Bing
hamton and is said to bo thoroughly
Certainly the bitch, harueta aud
drive race will be sufficiently filled
with humorous details to make it pro
ductive of a great deal of amusement
and no end of exoitement. Eight mem
bors bav-i entered and will harness
their animals and hltoh them to wa
gons Immediately in front of the grand
stand and conelurie with a wild half
mile scramble for the wiro. No maps
or mechanical appliances will be al
lowed' and the contest should show
who is the most rapid, if not the best,
horseman from a decidedly practical
standpoint. Tbis event will be called
at -1 o'clock sharp.
TUE F.VE.NTB 6IST DOWN.
The first rue will be callod at 3.80
o'olock according to the followiLg
First race, 3.00 class
William, b. it.. Frank Merrifisld.
Fruuk 11, br. g., Frank iiuzz.ird.
Barou Lass, br. m., Walter Jurmyn,
Ooxoy, g. g., W. G. Park.
nr. (. unmoors, d. g., H. B. Keynoias.
Fred, b. g , Alex. iJnnn.
Fanny Blair, b. m., G. M. Shelly.
Second race. 2,n0 class
St. Niok, b. in., Ituulo'.ph Crippen.
Daisy, b. ru., C. H. Seamans.
Duke, bl. g., L. T. Payne.
KiM-ley, b. g., G. M. llallsteftd.
Jack. b. g Dr. Charles Hill.
Pet Hand, b. g., Frank Kpencor.
Third nice, 2.40clnin
Fanner 13 y, b. g., Levi Patterson,
Holli, b. in.. Ambrose Spencer.
Jack, r. g., Frank Merrifleld.
Magnolia, bl. in.. Dr. J. L. Wontz.
John, b. g., Dr. G. E. Hill.
Net, b. m., J. L. Crawtord.
Fourth race, free tor all
Jl iu Moars, g. g., Dr. Charles Hill,
Ni-llio it, b. m., Lovi Patterson.
Trilly Way, b. in.. W. 11. Oearhart.
Corua, b. m., W. G. Purke.
Extra race, hitch, harness and half mile
Dr. G. E. ITill.
I.. B. Buuuell.
Dr. Charles E. Hill.
G. M. Shelly.
L. T. Puvne.
C. A. Smamiirs.
From the fnot that "Centaur" called
nil but one winner of last week's meet,
his following selections bssad npon In
side in for mat ion may b considered
SNAP SHOTS AT WINNERS,
1. Fanny Blair.
8. Frank IL
8. Farmer Boy,
1. Trilly Way.
2. Jim Mean.
Frank H tn.iy npsst calculations in
tbe first event and Coxey's hancis are
not to bo despised. The eutlre list Is
evenly matched aud it will probably re
quire throe heats for any horse to win.
Un the improvement of Dnko stnee
the racing began be is given precedence
over Daisy. This little inaro is speedy
tint it appears as though Keoley on
quality should be the winner.
I be fourth event appears toe moat
uncertalu of any on the card and Mol
lis or Net may keep tho talent guess
ing, though neither is given a position
If the free-for-all develops the best
that each entry can do, no heat will
bo dochW until tbu wire Is reached. It
is not likely that two heats will end
the race, and from this conclusion
Trilly Way is most uncled by the tal
ent from the faet that Jim Mears,
tiiougngiitea witu staying aud speedy
bottom, has a bad leg which mar de
feat hiui iu a thirl beat.
Stated iiy II. 1). Cochrnn. drnnrirlnt. T.on.
caster, Pa.i Have guaranteed .over 800
l...t ( 3 Ill . i.i- a a
unmet, in DuiuocK uioou enters ror ays
rensin. sonr stoinncb. hllHniinntt.ivplra llur
mid ktdney troubles.
STATE or Mnrtha Taylor, lit of tho
Vj UnriiiKh of Oiyphant, Pa., deocssnl.
Leiu-mo. Alnilu,mriUm uunu tliH k1i ,v
numed otuto liavm been Knmtcd to the
n nli-rsittneil all persunn having cla;m i or d.i
nuinds ui;aiiiKt said ostste wll prraent them
for iayiiu nt and tunss lii(l'bt"a tlieretj will
pl-Tisu inak" l nmeillat ) ii-iyment to
MLil.AltU, WAKKKM K.NAl'l",
Attorufvs lor Kstnte.
JOHN TAYLOlt, A.liur.,
OTlCK IS HEKEUV GIVEN THAT AN
amillratlon will be mndii to tha it ,vn Pimp
oflVniHVlvantft on Monday, tho second day
of July, iwi, by Watts O. Van Blnrenm. W.
tiownra wither. lSilmuiirt A. Hirtl. David
Sj)rnks and Luiile ,7. Hlebeckor, under tin, Act
of A-smnlilv, untitled "Anaetto Tirovliln fr
the incorporation and roffula'.ion of oertain
curporationa,'' approved April at, 1874, and
tliosupiiloniiiiita tborutc, lor the chnrturof
an tnienrted orrpoi-atlo i to hi oallnd the
Crescent i'osl jMlnlnu Connmny. the charae
tr and olijnctof which is tba nitnliiif. u-eiiir-inK
for niurkot and sollinic uiitliiarli r.,,l
a'.d ftr these piirpns s tn liavo, posses and
enjoy nil thorlhts, lien"(U nud priviliKes of
said Aot of Assembly and eu;ipl"mont thereto.
rai miraufl is wil,(;oa,
KCHITF CT8' NOTICK-COMPF.TITIVE
. Dliiiis siul (neelflcatioii aro lnvit-,1 fori
cltr builillnir to b uxoil for H ro d.nirtmnt
liuusa and police patrol atatlt.n. A irospnotus
of the bullilhiK may be men at tho olltiu of tbe
city clerk, at which olllon tlio Snid plans and
specifications are to bo submitted on or bufore
Wednesday, August , liH. By order ot city
M. T. I.ATRI.LE, City Clerk.
Rernnton, Pa., July at 1KW.
'pUli UNUKUblliNUU WILL. BELL AT
X puMiosaliton Mondiy, Aintust S. 1HM. Ht
10 o'clock II),. at its oltloa, 404 Lackawanna
avoiia.., Hfto'n (15) share of the capital a took
of the Scranton Lacs Curtain company, held
as collateral securitr on an ovivduo tioi.
TlHt LACKAWANNA TRUST AND SAFE
July 1, 1HH4.
aad uudorwear. Addross. U. T. N.
ITantiof fll kinds cost that mvc ta
Jt Situations WunUd,which or insert
HTANTJ5D lVMRt)TATELY-AN EXPE-
' rienced installmimt collector; must bo
a nnstlor and strictly temporate: slnulo mau
preferred; it.'ito exuorienci). Address K.8.H.,
euro of i rlbunci.
('r..ir.ltAL. Alifi.n i!S WAIN If.lJ OCljU.
' iog now article to dealers; exclusive
territory, no coin petition, uo capital required;
a to Ul.'O per cent, profit. Columbia Chomt-
ft T? It T 11 . . ......... . . . . . . . rw ... . nmrr
eHi o., fill jf,.(
oarhom !., Cliloiffo, III.
Help Wanted Mala.
WANTEdI'tWcToR TlIUEIi TEAM
sters; must understand taking euro
of and driving horses; expoctod to write a
fair hand; . temperate, married man pro
furred. Inquire irii Diamond avenue, Horau
toh. Call T to I) a in.
H; TT. IIEWKTT RON.
Helo Wanted Females.
WANTEt) - GIKL FOIl O K N K It AL
' uou.HbWork. Inquire at 801) Washington
avenue Lotwoon nourj of 1 and 5 p iu., Satur
1IKL WANTED, MUST KNOW IlOW TO
I co. k. all Mulberry street.
WANTl-D-KOUH OK FIVE KOOM8 KOK
llKht liousikeeiilng, with front room
snltablu fur stu Uo, uuur eourtbuuae. Address
It. L care Trilume.
A sell at the Arbitral ion Kooui, court
house, Scranton, Pa., on riuturday, August 11,
U'Bl, at lUa.m.. ?S,00.l first ni')i t,une bonds of
the Groirory Silk Alanufaetnrinir company.
JOHN A. .Ml.AlW.
VOTleS IS HEKEBV U1VKS THE oTOil.i
X holdoi of The Senintoii Axla Works
ihut the auiiual meotin lor tho tho election
ot olilcersbud the transaction of suuh other
business us may enmo bufore the muotinif,
will lo hold at the offloo of tho company, at
their factoiy, TUursdiiy. August 'A ltW4, at 3
o clock p.m.
THOS. M. EH WIN, Beorotary.
Scranton, Pa, Ainr. 4, lstfl.
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CORAM ON REAL ESTA'l'K AND IN-
O VESTMENT AGENCY.
oilers bargains as Minus:
CITY BUHINEBH PROPERTY.
10 ft. front by W ft. deep, on Hpruco
street, routs for 810,000
40 ft. front by 60 feet deep, on Spruce
street, corner alley 10.500
These toffctbor pve SO ft, front on Spruce
street botweun Venn and Frai.klln, with alloy
en side. Spruco street property is advancing
CITY RESIDENCE PROPERTY. -CORNER
MONROE AND VINE street,
lot 60xK5, two dwellings, SO,' a I. riving s nice
n sidoiice and an inci mi for snnill investment;
ALSO A PLOT OF b LOTS, giving 120 ft
front on Monroe avenue, near Vine street.
Tbeio make a ftrstx-lass residence plot In a
dc'irahlo locality. If not sold in one plot will
sell abovo separately.
Lot 50x180, South Main avenue, adjoining
resideneoof Stnbh B. Mott, pri -e, fiiol); also
lots on Rock street aud West End place. Only
A BEAUTIFUL HOME AT DALTON, PA
modern house, spring water piped iuti it from
hill hack, burn for three liorsen and two cows,
lienneiy wit i cemontii floor, young fruit
fine lawn, grand outlook; one and a half to
three acres, as desired, $5,000.
Also lota of about s imo size on Western
Slope, Dalton. Call or addross
SMITH B. ilO IT, Manager,
Vn. 421 Lsek, nve. rnar heard tra-te.
Horses at Auction.
stable, Scranton, Friday afternoon, Au .
10, at I o'c.ln.-k. Lurg workers aud good driv
ers. Every horse guaranteed as represented.
W. B. MO KH.
STRAYED TO MY PREMISES A RiiD
row. Owner can hare same by iiaviuu
for this advertiscino' t and damage-.
H .I. SrHl'KS IC7 r-ro-peet Ave.
IOST Lr'I T IN DELAWARE AND UUD
J son tra il in Carhmidalu, July 30, lady's
clotn Jiicket. Finder will please write or re
turn the article to Rev. J. M. Lowls, Grace
Rectory, Hone-dale and receive reward.
VTOT1CE TS T1ERKHY OIVEN TIIAT AN
Vt Bppllcrttlon will he mailo to the court of
common i less of Laosawanna county on
Monday, th sevontneutb day of September,
1K;u. at II o'clock, a. in., under the piuivtulont
of tho act of assembly, entitled, an act to pro
vide for the innorpnrntien and regulation nf
certain corpora'lons, approved April W, 1X71,
and the Biii'i'tement tberoto by Ezra H. Itip
plu, Fred J. Ainsden, Willkm Iiliime, John
Ilora. John T. Howe, Robert C. Clark, Ed
ward L, Uu. k. Franklin W. Martin, Will E.
Cahoon and others silhscrlbod thornto, for the
charter of an lntnndul corporation to be called
"Grand Anny f tile Ropublio Memorial of
Scranton," 1 1 e character and objeoi of which
Is to erect and malntiiln building
In tho city of Renmton, Lackawanua
county, Pennsylvania, which shall be a memo
rial to all Union soldiers, sailor and marlno
of tho war of the rebellion of M to 1K6S; to
especially perpetuate the name and memo
ries of such soldiers, su Ilora and marine as
entored tho sorvlco from tho city of Scrautou;
to provide a place for the collection of records
and relics relating to tha history of the war;
to maintain a place of meeting for the veter
ans of said war, and auxiliary associations;
to promote sentiments of patriotism aud de
votion toward our cuuutry and her Institu
tions, and to oultlvate and maintain fraternal,
ucial and b"Uoflcinl relarion with the veter
ans of the lato war and tlu-ir families. And
for theio purposes to have, possess and enjoy
all tho rights, benefits aud privileges con
ferred by the act of ua.ainbly aforesaid and
The Nnld proposed charter is' on file in tho
cfllce of the prothonotary of said county, No.
703, September, T, lsut.
F. L. ll.TCHCOCK, Solicitor.
AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE
collection of tines, penalties and for
feiture Section I. Be It ordained by tho burgees
an I town council of tho borough o? Taylor,
and it Ib boreby ordained by tbe authority of
the same, that all flnos, ponaltlo and for
fi lturo under tho ordinances of th borough
shall be recovered by a luminary conviction
before the burguis, a Justice of the pnaco, or
fcsc. li. In caso anv porson, or persouH,who
shall have lt arrested nail oonvict.'d and
fined by tho hurgoss, a Justic ofthi peace, or
an aldermxn.for the violation uf suy p.ane or
d nimjo, or tor being a vagrant, or tramp,
shall rofnso to pay tho fine linpised for suoa
Oil i phd, the burgess, Justien of the peace, or
aUurman, shall hsvaaulh .rity to oouimlt him
or tnein to ths lock-up or Btationbou within
tha borough for pot longer than five day, or
to compel him or them to work upon the pub
lic works or street of the borough (or a period
of time not excoeding one day for each dollar
The foregoing ordinances were rend and
pa.sjd at a reuulur meeting of the couiioll of
the boiough ot Taylor, hold the twentieth day
of July, A. D 13J4, E. E v Es'lMN,
Pre!dent of Council.
Attest th leal of the borough of Taylor,
G. J. POWELL. Sooretary.
The foregoing ordluanoe are approved this
twentieth day of July, A. D 1H04,
WILLIAM P. GRIFFITHS, Burgess.
Ladies' luslin Underwear,
Special Mid-Summer S
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.
Pine Fibre Sffattresses
Made and Sold
VERY CHEAP by
The Scranton Bedding Company,
See our FIFTEEN DOLLAR Solid
Oak Bedroom Hett
We sell Furniture oa cheap as
any house in the country that in
tends to give honest value for the
money. Try us.
E3 n i
205 ADD 207
CTlSSHi itV -.Jp'liuiuptlonorliinaiilty.
i1nSSI.V'r mall prepaid. With
bEFOREAND AFTER USIN6.no other. AdUreu SiUVK MEEIt CO., Wonlo Tempi, CHICAGO. IL1.
For Sale in Scranton, Pa., by H. C. SANDERSON, Drugfist, cn. Waghlnjtot
tnrl Snruoe streets.
i mfl i r
sr.li CS-.'S "It.. .
sum ptlon and
KM OilE AMD Ai-ftU USLSU. 1.0000.
Im-Sale byC. M. liARKlM, Wru.l.t,
li'JN.7! ') "' (lltcoTerj.
'i.jL,-l lUTQliiDl.ry Kmlmoai
' "ibiuii. euniptio or iai Ity,
ALU After tbLUg.
Wh !. . vrltlon
FfiiL MMilCINB CO
sale by JOHN H. PHELPS.
Street, Scranton, Pa.
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO.
fcCKAJx'TOli AMD WILK E3-DA.RRE. VJtw MANOFACTUKER3 O?
LocomotiYSs and Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
General Offloe. SCRANTON. PA.
There is no smoll of smoke
SALE NOW- GOING, i
and will last twenty-one diysloagor. Iathat tima wa miutdUpjia of our stojfc of Clobhiuj aad Oouts'
Furnishiugs by order of tho insurance, companies, who have already given out the contraot to repair
our store, which was damaged Saturday night, June 10, by tho explosion and fire in tho building of our
neighbors, Messrs. Davies & Griffin.
Clothing Sold at 33 Cents oa the Dollar Less Tbaa Cost to IMe, ,
DOM DELAY. COME AT ONCE. DON'T MISS THIS CHANCE.
AN ACTUAL SAVING OF 67 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR. .
We only mention a few bargain; all other good sold at equally astonishing low prices.
BOYS' PANTS, 13c.
Two for 28 Cents,
Men's Suits, for'y sold for $10, now $4.75 Men's Pants, sold for $5, now $2.00
Men's Suits, for'y sold for $16, now 8.25 Boys' Suits, Sold for $3.25, now 1.35
Furnishing Goods and all goods that are damagod at your own price.
This is NOT a Permanent Fire Sale. It will last
SIGN OF THE BELL. 230 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
I3TNEXT DOOIt TO THE BURNED DAVIES A GRIFFIN BCILDINO,
llv & Wallace
eaiiej. such a i Weak Memory. Leu of Bret Power, Helach, Waaefulutis.
Manhood, Nightly tlnilssloiis, NerToutnom.alldralmanillonsor power
In OeuerailTO OrKans of either sex caused by ofereiertlon, ouUrul errors.
.. ..ninniA.., nnr. hlhlnii(1 m Infl rmltT. Con-
Can be carrledin vt pocket. 81 tier box, for
a 5 order we ihi a written ffanrantee o nre
MMimniini imi 1 in mi tumm i im
ITT -Ti '""TTTT-'Tff liTIMiriMI TTT"yM nlL.L-0
h& Theirreatromody fornerron prostration and all nerrout dlteaxef of
'i' the tonoratlve oraam of either M auch as Ncrvoui I'rontratlc n, Fall-
htt Inizor Li lit Manhoo.1. ImDoteDOT. Mehllr Efnlitloui.YoutMul Errorf.
j. r.yi Mental Wnrrr.eiceastve i of Tobacco or Opium, which lead to Con
Infinity. With erory 85 order we BUe a written Kuai
anu.e to cure orrefiiml the money. He d at Kl.UU r".rbox, O boxes
JUOTT'M CUfSllCAl. CO.. CJeYelUUU. VU
17 i "im Avrnuo.
wil drte yon epla w Sold with WRIT
ffn'd with WSITTTH
mt cinif . If aeglecMd, mcb troublt. I.U t
gl.nn per box by roil 1, 6 boi for (s. With eiri f
uiur.nla Ia f itrm nr rafiinil Ih nm.i.
Pharmacist, cor. Wyoming Avenue and
or lire about them, aad they ara
HEN'S. PANTS, 50c.
ale low On
Opp. Court Houae.
Lacka. and Adams Aves.
Dr. B. Grewer
The Phlladolphla SpeeinliBt.and hi eclatil
Staff of Enirlish and German phvaiclana,
are now permanently located at
81 1 SI'IIUCK HT., SCRANTON.
The doctor ! a trraduate of the UnlTeriitr of
Fennaylvanla,formrly demonttratnr of physi
ology and snrpxry at tbe Mcdico-Chirurgical
Colleif of Fhllad'lpbla. A rclalty of
rhronie, Nervous, Bkln, Deart, Womb and
DISEASES OP THE KERYODS SYSTEM
TM symptom of which are dizxlneu, lack ot
confidence, soxual weaknoa in men and wo
man, ball riling In th throat, spot floating
before tbe eye, lota of memory, unable to con
centrato the mind un on tubjeot, siljr
star tld when auddenly poVn to, and dull,
riittreased mind, which unfit them for per.
forming th actual dutie of life, making hap.
pines ImpokKilile; dl.tre&sing the action of
the heart, canting flush of beat, depression of
spirit, evil foreboding, cowardice, fear,
dreams, melancholy, tire eay of company,
feeling a tired iu th morning a when retir
lng, lack of energy, norvuueness, trembling,
confusion of thought, depression. constlpntlon.
weakneo Of the Lmbs, etc. Thuse ao affected
thould consult us immediately and be restor
ed to perfect health.
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
Weakness of Young Men Cured.
If you have been given up by your phytlclaa
call upon tbe doctor and be eianilned. He
cure the worst cases of Nervous Debility, Scro
fula,01d Seres, Cats rrhPilo,Fcmale Weakness,
Affections of tbe Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat,
Asthma, Deafness. Tumors. Cancer and Crip
ples of every description.
Consultations free and strictly sacred and
confidential. Office hour daily from ta. m.
toil p. m. Sunday 0 to 2.
THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE
bas excellent facilities to do Us work, and can
please the most fastidious.
AHVTMINO IN THE LINE Of BOOKOINDINtt.
equally as good as bofora.
BOYS' SUITS, 65c.
Slugla and Doubls-breasbsd.
only 21 days longet