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J'HE SCEANTON TEIXUE -SA i'URDAY JIORNINT. AUGUST 11. 1S94.
Ike Scranton Ball Tossers Smothered by ths
WHEN IS IT GOING TO CEASE
Wilkes-Barre Likewise Proves an
Easy Worm for tho Blackbirds to
Gobble Up Providence Wins at
Syracuso and Binhamton Loses to
Buffalo-Standing of the Clubs Na
tional and State League Results.
Timely Gossip of the National Pas
time H TUINGFIELD had a
1 1 i i n C, R!,y ,iraH of "
U ..LLiU"" in defsuttiuf the
So fi ''iVif TomnRii ts of ttio
-.-' I quetice, the homo
n i with WiUtes-Uiirrc,
whicli club nlsu
lout to Erie, is saut
ed on a toboggan, the track of which
must havn recently rsoeiv I u fresh and
iion-fricttoa t'eneriititix inbricimt.
1'roTi'lence, the leaders of the rsc
for the Eastern leaue puiumut, hud uo
trouble in taliinir the secoud of the
scheduled games from Syracuse, while
Uiiigbamtoii could rdacn notbintf in tho
wnv to retird the upward muroh of
The percentages of the clubs, num
ber of guuiaa won and lost by euch.aud
their siuuding in the league race is as
Won. Lot. Per ft.
Frovldence 51 s .flO
Hcrauton 4: 83 .5il
Krie 4a S.j SM
HvtlTalo 4-1 44 .fl'-'J
Wilkes-Darre... :'.: W -B W
yracuie 41 42 .4.11
SrTin-tinia : .4'i3
lSiughamton.... 'i 5t -i'-'l
SLAUGHTER CF THE INNOCENTS.
fprlngfleld Maroons Dowa the Tcrantons
lu a Clams Fraujht with Errors.
Ho'an park was tinged with a Ver
million hue yesterday afternoon. The
maroon uniforms of theprideof Spring
fisld and the gore of th-slunghters l in
nocents of the homo niue sjrved to il
luminate the fi )ld to hues of the Ne
apolitan situset. Marty Swift had been
livened and ti annse of loneliness over
th nbaeneo of Loux Tom Flaunghan,
"Dotcliy" Staltz and other kangaroos
of tbe diamond bus been impressed
upon tbe hearts of the bld.icherd.
The little unpleasantness between
the Maroons of jspriugtield. and the
eplinUrsd and bandaged UKgregatiou
mustered by Captuia Cntiill, opened
uuspioiously for the cripples.
In the first inning Johnson, Patcben
nud Rogers scored in order, and the
first tlirve butters of tbe Springfield
clnbwere retired before reaching first
Imb. This aroused the entbnsiusrn of
the elocutionists of the grand stand.
Tbe groans of disapproval heard
when Donovan took his place in the
pitcuer's box were turned to snouts of
glee, and the shouts from tbe bleachers
were musically glad. In the fourth
inning, however, it became evident
that a Jonah bad crept into the grounds
unseen. Tbe Springfield braced u:
nnil the cripples (Uggered under the
avalanche, as the score will show.
Two local players, Wirth and Moran,
won Scranton uniforms. Wirth played
third base and Moran was stationed in
left field. Wirth nude several com
uiendublu tff irta, bnt it was evident
from the start that Moran was playing
for his release. The crowd seemed dis
posed to encore the players in tho
wrong place and he topp9l riff tbe
utuusiug parformance by retUMn to
run in the last inning after having
undo a base bit.. The game was en
joyable for its nro.ateoiis.lt freshness
mid wus in many respects unlike any
thing that has been seen at the park
this season. The following is the score:
K. H. PO. a. e.
fahill, lb 117 0 1
Johnston, c. f 1 U 4 0 (i
Patchcn, c 1 2 4 I 0
Unsers. c. f 0 n (l U 0
l.'onovnti, p 1 (I 1 1 0
I'taflnD,-8 b 0 1 3 1 1
i-rui;li, s. s 0 1 4 4 2
Wirth, 8. b 0 0 1 1 1
Uoran, 1. f 0 1 1 0 5
Total 4 H 24 ! 10
R. H. P.O. A. E.
Shannon, as 1 1 !l 7 0
lJonnely, 3b 4 3 1 8 0
Lynch, '2b 2 16 4 0
Schelller, rf 5 2 110
llnttenus, if 112 0 0
Ni.doad.lf. 3 2 2 I) 1
Lcahv, r 2 1 3 0 0
Breckenridge, lb 2 8 10 0 0
Coughlin, p 0 1 1 0 t)
Total 20 15 27 15 1
(-cranlon 3 1 000000 04
Springfield.... 0 14 0 4 12 2 x-2:i
Earned runs Scrnnton, 2; Springfield,
fi. First lmsn by errors Scranton, 1;
Hprinpfleld, 4. Left on bases Scranton,
fi; .Springfield, 9. First base on balls Ly
Ijounvan, 7; by Conghliu, 8. titrnck ont
liv Jloiiovan. 2; iy Coiighltn, 1. Three
b'tsn hits Patchtn, Shannon, Breckin
ri!. Two-linse hits Donnelly, Breck
inridge, 2 Ktolen bones Johnson, Lyucli,
shi ftier. Bottenns. Donblo plny Shan
nun to Lvne'i to Brcr-lrlnridrro. Hit by
i lirhrr Hliefiler, Nadeau. Wild pitches--Donovan.
Umpire -Hnyder. Time of
AND STILL ANOTHER.
Erl Wins Anolhr Qn frjrn th
Wl km Uarr Club.
Wilkes Barke, Po., Aut 10
Wilkes H irro was defeated t y Erie to
day in the featureless game save a
home run bit by Field, which was a
tremendous drive and tne first ball to
go fulr over the fence. Meekin's sup
port was horrible, while fur that mat
ter both l"snit fielded inisenii'l".
Weather, fine. 'Attendance 800.
W1LKES-BARK3. I ERIE.
Ik h. o. A. B.I N. ii. o. A. p..
Bottit, rf..l t 0 0 i N h'l.'n, 2U) loll.
Hlmi'n. Ub.1 I I 1 llSmith, w..n ii II 3
Ivte, If....l 1 3 0 (I Ki Id. lb. ..8 4 111 0 (I
Bi'ts. cf...l 0 5 0 0 Lnlly, ef...l 13 0 0
LB'tte,lb.2 2 8 0 U oerimr, c.l 1 1 1 0
(iillen.8 b..4 2 8 1 2 Knctinn. 3I3 S 3 8 II
JioM.irn.ssl 1 2 i V nUyko.lfl I 2 (I 0
W riiHi'.c.ll 0 4 1 0 Hnaly, i-f..l 110 1
Mecklu, p.O 0 0 8 II UoiUn u.p.a 8 0 3 1
Total !g 10 10 7 Total ...14 111 27 14 5
Wilkos-Barre. 0 1400 2 001-8
Erie 3 1 1 0 0 6 0. 0 6-14
Gamed runs Wilkes Barre 1, Erlo 7. First
base on errors-Wilkes-Barra 4, Krl4. Left
on bnson Wilfcoe Ilnrro 8. Krio 0. First 1
nn balls-Off Moi-kin 8, Off Hermlon 4. htnu k
ont Qlllon, Nicholson. Smith, Healy (i
Home runs Fi:M, Kiichne. Three base hlU -I.ytle,
LZ'ittn, Van Dyko. Two basa htla
Gillen, MuMahon, Ijorud in. Kloluu bases
Shannon, LuioHo (2;, McMaUoi, Wurn.r,
binlth. Doublu plays-Smith to Field. Wild
pitch Moekln I. Passed balls Bergor J.
Unipire-rSwartwood. Time IS:00.
OTHER EASTERN LE&GUE RESULTS.
Blnuliamton ..0 0000300 0-8
Butfalo 8 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 X- 7
llits-Biuclmraton, 0; Buffalo, 10. Error-
Bingharatou, 2. BiiHulo. ft. But-toricfl-Duryea
and Rafter; Uoffer nud
Syracuse 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0-1
Providence.. ..1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1-4
Base hits Syracuse, 8; Providence. 8.
Errors (Syracuse, 4: ProvMeuce, 3. Bat
teries Baruett mid lima; Enguu aud ile
Cauley. NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Brooklyu 0 2000000 4-fl
BoKtou 4 0 4 1 2 1 U 0 0-12
Hits Brooklyn, 7: Boston. IS. Errors
Brooklyu, 0; Boston, 6. Batteries Ken
nedy, Daub aud Dai ley; Nichols aud Ouu
zel. Umpire Uiitfuey.
Bultimor..... 5 1 2 1 1 2 0 0 x-12
Now York.,.,0 2 u 1 0 1 0 1 4- i)
hits Bidiiinore 15. New York 12. Er
rors Bnltiinoro 4; New York S. Biit
trries Uleason nud Hubinson, lluwio and
Fariell. Uuipiros Lyuch ntm Ke-fe.
AYaliiKKtoii ..1 0000030 0-4
Philadelphia . .0 I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Hits Washington, 0: Philadelphia, 7.
Errors Washington, 4; Philadelphia, 1.
Batt'TiuH Mercer and lldiuire; I'amney
nud Urady. Umpire Emslio.
At Pittsburg -
Tittsbnrg a 0 2 1 0 1 3 0 x- 0
Loui.ville 0 1 0 2 8 0 0 0 0-0
Kits Pituburg, 11; Louisville. 10. Er
rors Pit tebiuy. 1; Louisville. 2. Batter
ies (.'olcoloui;h. Ehret and ilerritt; Wads
worth and Weaver. Umpire Hoaglaud.
Chicaso 0 00000 1 00-1
Cleveland 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1-2
Hits Chicago, 7; Cleveland, 10. Errors
Chicago, 1; Cleveland, 2. Batteries
Hutchinson and Schriver; Young and
Ziuiuier. U.npire Mr'J itde.
At Lancester Laucnstor, 30; Shenan
NEW MEN FOR SCItANTON.
Thoss Who Hav Accsptid Mana?er Ca
Manager Cuhill said last night that
there would be u decided change in tho
makeup of tho Scranton club today.
Cumplield was to have pitched today,
but iu the morning Wilkes-IWre ro
culled his release aud directed Lim to
report again in that city for duty.
Later in the day Blackburn, another
pitcher releussd by Wilkes-Barre, was
signed by Scrnntou.
The proiiiss of Wilkes-B.irre to ro
lease LezjUe to Scranton was not ful
filled, tie has been installed on first
base and lirowo who filled that posi
tion placed on the bench on ncaount of
a difference with the management of
the club. Thus have materialised the
assurances of tho Wilkes-Barre ball
miignates that they would do all in
their power to help Scranton
to strengthen its team.
Those who have accepted terms Trom
Manager Crtliill and nre expctd in the
city today nre First Baseman Lehane
and Third Baseman Hickey late of tbe
Springfield club. Fuel of Providence,
right fielder, and Bill Hoover of Phila
delphia, left fielder. SVitb these men
Mr. Catiill thinks bis team will be
strong enough to cope succssif ally, with
Tonight the club will leave for Buf
falo, where it will play Sunday, Mon
day ana Tuesday. Wednesday aud
Thursday it will be at Erie aud Friday
oud Saturday at Bingbatnton, provided
the latterclub lasts that long.
The old Scranton players are still in
the city. They paid a visit to Carbon
dale but returned again last night.
WANTS SWIFT TO EXPLAIN.
Elrfo:or Davltt Eelltvu That It I) Dus
Mr. Davitt, one of the directors of
the Scranton Base Ball association, is
not wll pleased with tbe remark that
the Republican credits Martin Swift
with haviug made after tho meeting of
the directors of the Base Ball associa
tion Wednesday night, at which Mr.
Swift was deposed as manager. Ac
cording to the Republican Mr. Swift
stated that Mr. Davitt was under many
o! ligations to him und that be (Swift)
would compel Mr. Divitt to humble
himself to him. To a TltWUNE reporter
sterday Mr. Davitt said:
"I would like to have an explanation
from Mr. Swift concerning what he
me nut by tliO-u remarks. They rillict
on my character and put me in a Dad
iiuht before tliU community. I hav
always b.-en one or Mr. Swifts moat
nrdent ndmir-Ts and did all tnat I con
sistently coul I to retain him in the po
sition of UlUIIHgT."
HODSON'S GCIF.4T WORK
He Ep lacs at Or.ci Into Topilaritv at
The Philadelphia psper speak as
follows of Pticher Hudson's work for
Boston Hgainst Philadelphia at tbe Huh
Inquirer. Captain Boyle had to b-)
content with only one game in Boston.
He counted 011 getting at least two, but
ho confronted a new pitcher todny, and
tonight he islubeled ''Pbenom" Ilodsou.
He deserves the title, for he succeeded in
fooling the hard hitting Quakers to n
greater extont than the more seasoned
pitchers have been doing of lute. Hod
son made his debut 11s a louuun
pitcher today, mid he showed himself
worlhydo be in audi strong company.
Tho game was too one-side I to he
interesting even to the friends of the
champions. Yonnu Iiodson 1 kept the
PhiladelphiaiM from bunching their
hits und good fielding on the part of tho
others did the rest, The cli tiiiplouK,
on tho other hand, kept the ball and the
fielders on the j imp and fattened np
their batting averages at Taylor's ex
pense. Tlmrs The champions presentel
thsir new pitcher, Hodson, today and
be put np a game that won for him it
place ut once in the hearts of the lovers
of tho g"Uie In this city. The hunvy
hittiug Quaker were no mean oppo
nents for a yonng man in n strange
eity to go np ituainsr, but this young
man from Pennsylvania not only went
np ngaiust Irwin's sluggers, but threw
them in the soup boiiiug hot.
Il"d ot h i. I snleinlid command.
Daemons Use of Strong Purgatives.
Pills ami purgatives which ant
quickly upon the bowels, inituto
and destroy the mucous linings
of the stomach and bowels. A
continued nso of such rcnimlies
inflames tho stomach and bowels.
Tho use of tho genuine imported
Carlsbad Hprudel Salt U highly
recommended becauso its action is
due solely to its solvent ond stim
ulating properties, without irri
tating the stomach. Cost results
obtained vueu out-door exerciso
can be had. Obtain the genuiue
imported article only.
know how to work lii.-t 1U111 and u-od
ns many curves ns there ma in riu'
horn. Ill- covered tbe territory from
one bleacher to the other and made the
Phillies hug their bases like a kid would
a nursing bottle. Too niu nits 111 id
were scattered through live Iiiniiigs,uud
but two bases were given oil balls.
Record Tue homo tom presented
their latest acquisition, llo.lson, from
the Pennsylvania Statu lesgue, and
he made a lino debut. Ho bad the
Philadelphia hitters at his mercy, nil 1
showed ureal coolness throughout the
contest. Ho backed tip the bases finely,
besides watching them ololy. He
eaught Hamilton in tbe easiest possi
ble manner nt lirst b ine in the seventh
inning. Ilia woik was so good that he
caught the orowd and was applauded
H CoaiiBna the P01 anion Club to Ob
. llvlon and Warns inn Public
Philadelphia, Aug. 10. Tho secre
tary of the Stute Base Ball league has
bsiled the following order which ex
11 KAIJQl' AHTKUS SkC'UETAHV. i
Pennsylvania State Lfahi'r. V
PlIILADKI.I'IIIA, A lilt. 20, 1SSH. )
Tho Kcraiilon club hns been expelled
from lliiH league for non-payment of dues.
All clutiH under the national agreement are
hereby warned ngaiust playing with the
Scranton club under penalty of exptilidnn,
Thu playors if the Seiimton club who
signed State letgue cou tracts, are hereby
ordered to report to me for assignment.
llKMiv II. Diddlkuuck, becrutnry.
GLINTS FROM THS DIAMOND.
Buffalo is only carrying two pitchors,
U offer and Vic.kcry. They nre good ones
Denny Lyons signed with the Ht.
Louis ilub. lie will piny third base for
Jack Holland, of Heading, ha 'been ap
pointed a Stute league umpire In place of
David Corcoran, dismissed.
Collino, who covers loft field for Buffalo,
is one of the quickest men in the outiield
now playing in the Eastern league.
Sinco tho HiTantou club wont into the
Fastem league lis team has been a foot
b id for its new companions. New York
Kit. Chamberlain has been sont home
by Captain Comiskov and Chnnncey
Fisher, lato of the C'levw iinds, will be
given a trial.
Khret has boon wonderfully succesful
Sf;ainst tho Clevolands this year, having
wou all the games h' has pitched uguiust
th 0111 soven.
The West Side Starlights challenge tlio
Elks to a game of ball on the Little Woods
grounds nt any time. Fred Havles, man
ager; Willie Vi illiams, captain.
Adbou would not play In Louisville Sat
urday until he had been notilied by Presi
dent Young that failure to do so would
subioct his club to heavy line. In turn,
Baruie claimed that the Cuiciiros used
bats that were not up to tho requirements.
Shenandoah starts out with a bier nercen-
tinre but oh I nivl how rapidly it will melt
away when the Philistines of Pottsvillu,
Alleutowa, Lancaster ana Keauing roll
upon tho boys from tho Hungarian city
and wipe up tho face of the earth with
tbera. Pottsville Chrouiclo.
Tommy Cahill left the second game Sat
urday In discust after de struck out in the
sixth inning. arm is out and he ssys
be will give up tho came for the rest of the
season and go home to get iuto condition.
Scranton will lose a vaiuame man it lie
sticks to bis determination. Springfield
Trenstirer E. B. Talcott dispnsss of the
yarn tbnt Now York will join the phnlaux
of Sunday bill playing clulu next year
with a few words. Mesnvs: 1 here is not
a word of truth in if. We have made no
arrangements to play games on Sunday
and do not intend to. We are doing quite
well enough 011 week days."
Perhaps there nre a few people who im
agine that good third basemen can be
picked up ou Ihe common. The Louisvillo
Commercial says: "Considerable disap
pointment is caused by the playliu of
Fluherty, the Louisville third baaemau.
Be shows n disposition to go utter balls
wiih one hand to escape errors in the event
Catcher George Wilaou, of the Stars, lias
gone to his home in Brooklyn upon advice
of Dr. Gregory Doyle. Wilson hurt his
knee in Springfield and may not be able to
play again this s; 11-011. .Manager Orlfliu
has uired Roach, of Pautuckot, mid Siniih,
of Kuw Bedford, for terms. The hitler
nleved two "nines with the Stars on their
eastern trip and did we'll. Rouch is said to
be n crnckei juck and will be signed it p ;S
8ible. -Syracuse Post.
LOCAL BICYCLE NOTES.
Gsrdnor, of the Scranton clnb, will euter
the luces nt the Driving park, Aug. '1.
Harry Roinhnrt will start for Gettys
burg on his wheel souied iy next week.
Don't forget the (Into of the bicycle,
rnces, Augmt !!2, at thu Scranton Driving
The admission to th bicyclo races on
August will be 5,) cents. G. and stand
The Green lialge wheelmen have re
rrived sn invitation to attend tho annual
outing of tLe Apollo wheelmen, uf Allen
Hoy Flojd, urn of lies'. L. C. Fioyd, i
becoming an enthusiastic wliooliunn, and
can be H"e;i daily riding n rliio netv wheel
around lb 1 city.
Newman and Wiiinns have returned
from Atluntic City where they have been
spendinir 11 hurt vacation. While niviiy
liiey began trebling for the. coining races
Dick Wambold, of Greei Kidgo street, is
seriou-ly considering the a Ivisiibility of
beromlugn rmirw mini. Wambold is it
good ore i nd would iniiko many of tho
Hur,.'.;c o of wheelmeu leave town every
Saturday tor surrounding suinnntr res.irts,
liiken, etc. Last Sunday about twenly
fiyo wero leuisiered at the Winola housn
flora Hri'.m ton, 11111I as muny ut thu Like
The prizes offered by tho Green Hidge
wheelmen to the Willi) ! of llio events at
their rnces August at Ihe Diivhig p.u It
are atti acting much attention in thusiiuw
window of W. W. ileiry on Lackawanna
nvenue, where thoy are on exIuDltimi.
Merritt Bidleman, a yoing man con
nected with the. Columbia igency in this
city, is training under Willium Shilfei's
care. SbilTer says Bidleman is a good
rider, and will suiprUu somu of the loenl
criuks at thu Driving park 011 Auu. J'J,
that tieiim the date oi the Green Kidu
CtNERAL SPORflNG NOTES.
Jnmin E. Grnnnls, president of the
Tradesmen's National bank, of New York,
hns joined the League of Aineric.in Wheel
men. Pierre Loiillsrd offered 115,000 for Lie
snk alter lie saw the latter perform in the
Bb ter Boot stud stakes, but the offur was
Ed. Heath snd Lew Newmeyer, the
backers of Jack Bohin in his coming
fight witn Stnnton Abbott, tbe KuglMi
lightweight rhnuiplon, have engaged
Hugh McMamtf, the well known St. Liuls
trainer, to tnKeeare of and train Bolan for
tho battle. MeMunus and Bolnn left Tues
day fort heir training place 011 a farm iu
the .Maryland hills, uud will not return to
the ciy 1111 til udny or two b 'fore the date
of theilghtiiig. Stanton Abbott U lu New
Orlenna, uetting ready for his approaching
battles in tbnt eity.
Mother! Mothtrsll Mothrlll
Jlrs. Wlnslow's Hoothlug Syrup has been
nned lor over fifty years by millions of
mothers for their children wbilu tenlhlng,
with perfect success. It sop! lies the child,
softens the gums, allays all pain; ruimi
wind colic, and is tbe best remedy for di
arrhoea. Sold bydtnggists In every part
of the world. Be sure and ask fur "Mrs.
Wiuslow's Soothing Syrup," and take no
no other kind. Tweuty-hvo cents a bottle-
Pcnfs of all kinds cost that mue a
tyt tiitvationt II ai.lrd.u7uVA or inttrt
1 1 UN Kit A I, A (IE NTS WA NTED- BCLIe
I Iim- i..iir ..ptl,.l..d It, dfiJi-r-e I'Xelu live
tlTI'il.tfv 1 .mi.. .nl nit i:io!t;il ivnuiri d:
ai to ail per ,viit. prollt. Coliiiiihiii I heml-
ciu c (1., r.'.i u.eii lj irn s -. Uiiie ii;o. 10.
UrANTRO SM.ARI' I.ABV AUHMTS ON
L'orti! lii bkII in-- :'iin 'u tn hnnso-
koo nr.s. Namptni I'r.-e. VVM. KIP.M'iV, 111 Hi
ll 1 ct'ir,ir. Clnel ,nit.i, 0..1 .
UT AA t' U- G 1 1 1 i L V ' i'o U ( I K N K it A I ,
1 u.ia.'tiui,, 11 u.,11, 1 uw , hi.1'1, ,i""i
klflVII U I llllill'HJ I kllil till M .'.I'llllS. 1IIII-
eluill C.1, 1 llitil'iT.t, etr. ; lop fin Hilled lint-'ls,
pi v.1'0 ineulies e. ntritu' fncL' ri ', t,e.
8 I' a It KMI'...iY..ii.:4T -UB (Ji, 4.1 Hirtu-e
st 1 e ;.
LMHI lilNT-A NI'WLY HITKIi HDUSK
J "', r.nn.l; Htreet. Impure ul' JOHN
SIl.-' Fi'MCU, Ml DriuUur slnni.
IVill Itl.N i-oNK-ll Al.F STOUK. LSI
I'ejin ftvenuo. i1 to per mouth
I.HiR BENT- KTiiKE HOOM 13 AN1J :5
i' npruoJ stiu.'t. linpi.Tj FnANK JI'.W
L LL, 1 li iiik'iiiii iiidl o y.
1 'OK KENT NK'KLY-KUit LS1IKI) HALL
J miit thle for lull. luouis. JoiiN JKlt
MYN, llll Wyoiiniik'avohiie.
IDSr-IIKI'WKivM THE COUiil' HuUsli
J an. nie anil '1 rihuiie Indl-.lii'.'. a mall
lmk nui-klace, Koinaii ifi Id. Hi.d. r K-m
li uveatTlin 'lilliiiue Ihis.iiuks oilie.
CTIIAYHU-FUOM ll'i.Mli OF STANLKY
O Levoncluiiky, Huryea. Pa., on Sunday,
Au. fi. a Imy mare, newai d to iorsuii ih
tiirninir hoi sii.
he d i tutnte.
wchaaton klai. ksiaik a.M) is
o vf.st.mk nt aohncy.
otl'ers bui'Kalns as Inhows;
Cli'Y BUSI.MKi's I'KOI EKTY.
4U ft. front by N) ft. deep, on Spruce
street, rents for SUM Jin.non
40 ft. fiuut Ly &l fei'L iieep, on .sprued
street, corner ulU y lO.fAl
Tliesn toijetner i;iv" s" ft. trout en Spruce
striet, betwci'ii I'enn .-.tid l'rai.ldin, with alley
ou si'lo. tfjirueu street property is udv.uiclii
CITY BKSIBF.NCK I'HOPKHTY.
OOKNKK Mi iN KiiK ANI VINE streets,
lot WxS5, two dwellings, n'OCl. iciving a nice
r sldeiioe and an lies m fur small investment;
Al.siO A PLOT OF 11 LOTS, ffivin ll ft.
front on Moaiou aveiuis. near Vino slreet.
Tlmif muku a llrst-elass naideneu plot in a
de.-irahl.' loculity. II i.ot sold in one plot will
sell above separately,
Lot fiuxisn, South Main nveniin, adjoiidnu
resideiiee of Snii :h It. L!"tt, pri -e, 7.i I ; also
lots on Koek street and Wust Lnd place. Only
A BEAUTIFUL IIOMK AT DALTON, PA.,
nioderu house, Kpri'in water piped int i it from
hill back, barn for tuns borsoi and two cows,
honnoiy with eemei.ti.l Iljor, youiiK fruit,
flue lawn, Krand out lo ik; ono uud a half to
three acre-;, as desired, ? .iwn.
Also lots of aho'iit SjOiio ai.o on Western
Slupo, Baltoii. Call or address
SMITH IV MOTT, MaiiaKer,
Nn. 421 Laek, ave.--rear bo:ird trade.
VT-OTICE-THK FJLLoWINU IS A COPY
of a petition presoutod iu Select counc 1
of City of Scrant'iii, Pa., .lune Inl, for the
paving of Franklin avenue with sheet asphalt
paveineut hoiween Sprui u and Vint streets.
To tho hniiorahlo thu seioet and couiuion
councils of the City of Scranton:
The undersigned owners of prouerty ul ut
tins on Franklin avenue, between fipruco
atruetand Vine street, rosjK'etf ully petition
your hoi.oralile Lotlies that snid aveiiuo bu
tween the po nts mimed, bo paved with sheet
B'-ph;ilt pave'iient on s concrete base, ih"
price not toexceeJ two dollars and sixty tlve
c 'ntsf:'.' CO or square yard; tint th. same
may bj set with curb stones so far lis the n.uuo
may hi necessary; that tho cost of said tin
proverneut Isj iissensed annin&t ubuttlnown
ors. accoid-nr to the feet front rule; Hint the
M.essinents ha niado pnvabln in. livo iinnual
instuUiiieiits; aid your petitioners will over
pray and etc..
W. L. C jiiaell, J-iSKph Roos.
iTanies Huehes, Luclndn Short,
R. T. Black, .laeob A. Shirtcr,
0. Lontf, S.iinh UrirTen, 40,
Maria ZeidW, M E. McDonaal,
C. Fred. Shill'er, .nrl Fell,
K T. Swiii tz, Saniter dc Levy,
E. K. CroMiamel, William 11 Davis,
C. V. linesier. Est.'lleS. Dermaa,
The Dickson, ML Co.K Schi.onfeld.
by JanieaP. Dickajii.ti. JI. Throop,
Pri's'l., I.indy SI. Stevens,
1. A. F'eipcl.et, J llnrnett,
The Llolaware & Hud JI. Keinmoror
son Canal Co., by II. A. Bittenbemler,
(4. Youtik's, iml. IceS. A. Cotnstock,
I'res't.. F. M. May,
D. K. Oakley. Jalud J. Postens.
M iry (tnuliviiL
Th I'm oi,-i. iris Is pu'ilii.lied in pnrsuancj of
provisions o a reiliili n of tho i lly councils
o; i ny oi .-eiantvli. I'enna
;j. i . L.WKLLE, City Clerk.
Scr inton, Pa.. Aiiif. In, 1S.I4.
VOUOiiH IIHKICBY (IIVKM'lHrcsroCs
1 hollei s of 'I In, Ser.iiiioii Axl.i Works
On t th auinial meeting for ihe tlia i-leenon
ol ollieeisand tho tiat.si'ctnu of such other
hiisuiois as mav come helore the ineotitur.
will hu ho. d at the oll'o of tho e. uip.uiy, at
meir laeiory, i uiirsjay. AURtiui -a, loi'i, al l
o clock p in.
THOS. M. Kit W K, Secretary.
1-c.ranlon, I n. Ann. 4. Islil.
rOU ..ANT 'IMS KLLll'-KM'KIN T
I I'ranli l,i a ie' lllustr.itei! Weekly War
Bill.KlallD.W Hll lS'.j. i'Wi Voillllle:! F,n
tlii.:Vi; payable monthly. JAilO. Del vere.l by
expris loiupleie. pre)i.mt. Address 1. o.
1IOODY, ols Million street, Scranton. Pa.
1 1 LANK HOOKS, PAMPHLETS M.VUA
x ziiies, inc., ui.uii'i or reooumi at Tin.
lllllll'NK oliica. Vutck work. Keusonablu
MEAL TICKKTS CAW 1115 HAD AT 114,
coiner Sprileo atrwit and Franklin nve
nue. Twenty nieal tickets lor SJAijn. Gcsxl
table hoard. '
XjOTP'F. IH IlliK' PY GIVEN I HAT r AN
IN lipi'llcai ion will h Ilia' O to llleiuiii't or
common ' lens of I.ackaivauua co.o-ty on
Monday, the seven'eeiilh day of Meptonihor,
1S;). at II o clock, a. in , under tho provision-,
of the act of asaembly, "Utitl"d, an net to pro
vid i fr.r th" ine.i poriilloii a id regulation of
nirt.dii mriora Ions, approved April at, 171,
and tiie s ippleuieul thereto by l.r.ra II. Hip
pie. Fro I ,1. AuiKilen, William Illume, John
Born, John T. Hone, ltobert C . Chu It, ( d
ward L. Ruck. Franl lin W. Martin, Will '.
Cahoou and otlnri, milisi rils-d llicieto, for th..
clia' tar ol an inieiideilcorHiMii,iii tohetnlh-d
"Grand Army of tau Hepnlilic. Mi'inoi ial of
fHintiituii," t e chnri. ter and ol j ot of v lih h
s to erect, nnd inalntuln a huihlitiu:
iu llio illy of bemnton, I nckawnnna
county, Peui.ylv.- tiin. which snail bo a memo
rial to all I'nl'in soldiers, sailors, and ui'.rines
of the war of tho rehellion of l.stll to ISnfi; to
pspociaily p M') tuato ihe na nos and in. nio
riesofsu.'h solill-'rs. sillors aud niarineans
niitereil the . service I rum th" city uf Seniliton;
to provido a place for tlincolloetiop of rucords
and relies rel am ' to thu history of thu war;
to malutain a plncoof in"llnK for Ihe veter
ans of said war, and auxiliary ussocintion-j;
to promote lOuttmcntH of patriotism and de
votion toward our eoiiutry and her Instltu
tlons, nnd to eliltlvatean.l ma. ntsln fraternal,
soi-la 1 and b-nelli ml relntlooa with llio veter
ans of tlie Into war and tin Ir fninillea. And
for these purposes to have, possess aud onjoy
all tli.i ri;-iL., hi'iieills n ii.l privilec.'
furred by the a t uf iiS'i'inbly aforesaid and
Tiiu slid pi-opo ed elmrter ib on fllu iu tho
olheeof t ie prot honotary of aaii county, No.
IiSI, tkitemlK r, T, IH'.U.
i FL L )i 'ICIIC CK, Bolleltor.
IOTtCE IS IIF.KKBY GIVEN THAT AN
ly applicntioii will lie made to tlieU .vernor
of Pennsylvania on Mollilav, the seeiind day
of July. INH, by WHtta 0. Vau Blarcuni. W.
Howard Withers, Edmund A. Botl, David
Siirnks and Louis J. Siahsoker, under the Act
of Aisombly, entitled ''An act to provide for
tho Incorporation and regulation ot certain
oorp rations, " approved April HU, 1S74, and
the supplements Iherete, for the rhartorof
an liiiemlod oorporatlon to be railed the
Crescent Coal Mining Company, the chnrao
ti raud objectof which Is llio inlnhiK. propar
iun for market and selling anthraclle coal,
a id fer these nnrp.w-s to have, poiwtvmand
enjoy all the rlphta, benefit and privileges of
said Act of Assembly and supplement thereto.
PATTERSON A WILCOX,
Our Hosiery Department is a busy place, because the
STOCK and the PRICES ARE RIGHT.
ON SALE NOW:
Boya' nnd GUIs' Cast Iron HOSIERY, 3 Falr for SO Cents.
Children's Iron Clad UOdl Eli Y, 25 Cents a Pair.
Above two lines will outwear
100 dozen LADIES'
SL'KCIAL VALUK in La-lies'
m ma & Wallace
IFixie jFitore Mattresses
Made and Sold
VERY CHEAP by
The Scranton Bedding Company,
IHTAIE of illartha Taylor, lit of thu
J lioroiih f Olyphaut, i'lL , deceeajd.
Letters ot udiiiiiiiBtratlon upon tho atuvo
D.'inied oHtato hiivini; been urautecl to the
ui.il. isikiioiI all persona having claim or de
niiiiicW uKidnat f.aiJ ontate wll present them
for payini nt ami tiio..i Indebted theret t will
pl"HHo mnke itoineduf... p-ivitient lo
W1LLAUD, WAKKIlN & KNAPH.
Attorney lor Estttto.
JOHN TAYLOR, Amur,,
AKL'H IT KCTS' N OTICE-CO.M PETI7IV K
plans nnd bpuchlcationa ure invito l fur a
city Imii.iiiiL' jo na use.l for fire department
hoiiRQ ana polleo patrol ntailon. A progpectus
of tile building may 1m oen ut tho ollleo of tho
cily-elerk, at winch ollire tho said plana and
aj.ecifleations aro to be H.ilmiittod on or I' .forn
Wedue day, Auguut Iti, V.Mi. By order of city
11. T. LAVELLE, City Cle.k.
Heranton, Pa., .Inly 21, 14.
AHOY, 15 YEARS (iLll, WANTS Em
ployment; will work for small waes.
A.ldress A. D. S.. H;ll TlalNteud ounrt
WANTED. UY A TiAimiiK OF LARUE
' V and varied experience, n p.'fition. Ad
dress I)., Box 2211, Avocu, Liiferno Co., Pa.
C1TUATIOX WANTK11 BY .MIDDLE
O aed woman 113 liouseko -nor or eoald
take cure of invalid. K. D. , Triouno office.
To that beauteous aud romantic spot,
It will be the groat event; one of the
finest g Uttering of the season. Take
the family nlon-r. Rufreshmonts eup
plicd on the gronnda.
tjT"Train Uave Jersey Centrul lo
Iot at 8, 8 HO, 9 o.id 11. HO a.m.. 2 and
8. lio i. in.
C7T"Keniinbor, tickets nra not good
on "The Flyer," 12.10 p.m.
Central Railroad of N. J.
SFEHL EM9SM HIES
National Guard I iicjiiipment
AUGUST 11 TO 18, '94
Hpoelal eseiii'Mloii tlefc.ti from SfUANT"N
Will lie sold I'.'od to eo Au.-ll-:t lltll to loth
Inelu.iv... and for i.'tnn until AoUHt is,
iliolUMi . e.
i iiii; roii itoi;xi Titir, .n.vj-j.
HEART LAKE, Susquehanna Co.
U. E. CKOI.'Ur Proprietor.
mills IlOrSE Is atrirtly teniperaiHM. h lenv
I ai d w,.l fiiniinlii.l nn. I OI'KM To
'illR Pl'III.IC THU VliAH ItiilTNO; is
loeated mhhvav h 'tween Moutrn.o an I S-'rau-ton,
on Motitroau and I.Heuawiiii v Uallro:id,
six mllea fi-ijei I)., l,,tb V. K R. at Alfonl
Blarlon, .mil Mv. niilm from .Meitro..; ea
I'aeity, iiirlily.ftva; three m minus walk t rom
It. K. Htation.
GOOD ll.)AT. 1 IMIlMi TACKLK. He;
riU'I-: To Ml KM IS.
Altltii.le shout 2,niiu fiK't, oiiuallliij" In this
lesport the Adirondack and Catilcill Moun
tain 1 Ine ((roves, plenty of slut la and lie nut 11 ul
scenery, tusking a Piiiiiintr Hosort unex
celled in beauty and ulioipnuss.
bauelng pavilion, swiiu, ero piot Rr oitnds
&e. fold Spilni; Water ami pluuty ot Milk
ItatuK, 7 lo (MO pur week. W1.00 per
Uxrutnlon tickets sold at all statlo ns on D.
h. i: W. lilies
l'oi t. r tuuots all trains.
DnpoRits of $5 and upward recelvod. Our
spncialty Is handlin the trades of imrsons not
In s position to make a IiuhIiibm of following
tlio murketa This departntuut ti in char.)
of aoompetont expert of 10 years' eipurleneo.
l)ll.lei.ils iihI.I semi-monthly. Hllfliest
roferenoa giron. Correspondence sollolted.
V. T. K.VAN8, JK..& t'O.
Room U40 Klalto Uullillng, CHICAGO.
auy ether stocking wado tit auy price.
FAST BLACK HOSIERY. 10c. a
WIO dozen S-iaiulesi Orsy and Brown Mixed, 5C. Rslr.
CO d(2sn .Seamless Mixd One-half Hobs, qinl to Shawknit, 2 Ralr for 25c.
CO dozen Fast lihick Miud, ' llermsdorf Dy," 2 Pair for 25c.
Finn Hosiery iu Silk und la-sle,
GRAND CLASS A
BICYCLE RACE MEET
Green Rie Wheelmen
Scranton Driving hi
kmi 22, 1831. at 2 O'clock!
L. A. W. Sanction and Race
Adinisuon,50c. Grand Stand, 15c
The GENUINE New Haven
"Sew York Warerooms No. 80
E. C. RICKER & CO.,
Sole dealers in this section.
OTFICB-ia Adams Ave.. Telephone BTd'g
Pee our FIFTEEN DOLLAR Solid
Ouk Bedroom Set!
AVe sell Furniture as cheap as
any house in the country that in
tends to givo honest value for tho
money. Try us.
m AMD 07
W Vr. ,ei. ,.r I, . I it
iiUUritHKllflr ItltUimii.uouti.ci. aiiiwia.t"
For Sale in SortinUm, Pa.,by H. C. SANUSitoyw, urnggisi, cw. vvaBnington
tnd Snriioo slruots.
1 tlio Bemjnitlvo
Tw.' Jliiitiil Worry,
vj : . iiil ir i.itfii, i it ii
ft-.'. i-w , , fln-,
. 1U)1 8 II if l' W v ru 't nil nil ii i in i iim ii ' j .-Mm in pi.vf ! uoi, w iaiti
ijl.l-'uKfc, Al ArtlM ItSlMU. ,or .oo. Hit, MU'lT'atC'iiJCMlCAl.C'O.t Uuvolwid.ObkM
tormilM by P. M. HAIlliti, ItniKglat. 1HJ lei.a Avenue.
. V . )1 Kf dieofrT.
jdL it.NAwVkJ '"'viiAn I'.ft in ' lire
Assist H MtlMV nn.lmn,A I...,.l. l ,ni k... has mall A h.vr.m fni- . W it K a,r. AK
orivr it pir
f A.L Ml.DUUSE
For sale by JOHN H. PHELPS,
Spvuce Street, Scranton, Pa.
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CQ
ECU AN TON AND W1LKE8-BARRE. PA.. MANDrACTURKBS Ot
Locoiaotives and Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY. (
GeueriU Offloa, SCRANTON, PA.
Pelr. Very extra value.
aluo Opera Longtln. LOVv'EST
0pp. Court House.
Lacka. Pac. Aves.
Dr. E. Grewer
The Philadelphia Specialist, and his sssortiteA
stair or tuKiisu and Oernian phvslcians,
are now permanently located at
811 SPniCE ST., KCll ANTON.
The doctor is airraduateof the t'nlveniity of
Pennsylvania, formerly demoustratur of phvsl
clniry and sureery at the Medico-Chirurcical
ro'lepe of l'blladelphla. A specialty of
fhrniiie. Kervous, 8kin, Heart, Womb and
DISEASES OF THE KERVOUS SUSIES.
The symptoms of which are dizziness, lack of
cotiQdciiru. s. iu.il weakness in men and wo
man, bull rising in the throat, spots floating
before the eyes, lots of memory, una lie to con
centrate the mir.d on one "subject, es?ilv
tartitd when sudd.-nly spoken to, and dull,
distressed mind, which unllts them for per
forminir the actual duties of life, making hup-
finees ImpofSlble; distresshig the action of
he heart, causing flush of heat, depression of
spirits, evil forebodings, cowardice, fear,
dreams, melancholy, tire easy of company,
feeling as tired in the morning as when retir
ing, lack of energy, nervousness, trembling,
confusion of thought, depression, constipation,
weakness of the limbs, ote. Those so affected
should consult us immediately and be restor
ed to perfect beslth.
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
Weakness of Youiig Men Cured.
If you have been given np by your physician
call upon the doctor and be examined. Ho
cures the worst cases of Nervous Debility. Scro
fula.Old Seres. I'atarrhPilos.Fetnalo Weakness,
Affections of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat,
Asthma. Doafuess, Tumors. Cancers and Crip
ples of every description .
Consultations free and strictly sacred and
coniidtutial. Office hours daily from St. in.
to 9 p. m. Sunday 9 to 2.
TI.H ..oodrltel rfiunif (atr
nss..., .itch as weak Msn.ory. IflMef Hraln ""I 'f",
1 nst Vi.iiiio.ul Muhtlr Fnilsslens. Nervoini.eM.allilralmatia lofsol power
, , , j,V? , , 1 1-1 V lis ..f et tiler soKCHl.'etl l.y liver exortletl . youth fill cpi-oi-s.
""?,, . l.,K?r.' o iiui.. or tln,alnts. which lead to latlrmlty, Con-
Onn l'e carried in vest p.x keU I per dox. tor
v. c'lrcnlnrfree. Seldfcv all .Iruiraisia, Afmormw"
ii ma enter wa . . . r
3fV., .- -.' - -, r .
forncrron prostrAtton nnd nUnprTOnittlwtiws of
tiinB ol cither wet. such am Nervous rrotriUii n. Fall-
o)tcoiiu uwi of TobiicoourOiiluiti.whlot) to Cor
dim i. ii n hit rr. nit; ill iv ti.mmHiniiN. unu in Uirn us.
Insnntty. With every rtordrrwotriToiiTrlLtcnKuar
Will brneo Tonnpln week 8ntd with WRITTEN
nfrv.'-uii Ufinmy, i.vmm m nriuu rnwur in tini i,
frnia int rmiiw. If nislrti. uoh tfnubldi lead ti
rittfn inaistitt, to cure r rttfuod tby luoiittj. AWr
OU Clufelm.a, Ohio.
Pharmacist, cor. Wyoming Avtnuo and