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THE SCEANTON TIJIB TINE T U E S DAY MORNING, AUGUST ,14. 1894.
Cabin's Indians Evidently Mot Used to This
Species of Buffalo.
BISONS PUT US TO UTTER ROUT
And the Club (?) from the "Town
Near Scranton" Is Demolished by
the Coming Champions Erie Loses
to Syracuse and Binghamton to
Springfield Standing of the Clubs.
Interesting Base Ball, Bicycle and
General Sporting News.
OWN we go I
over Serautou yes
terday permits the
former club to move
up into second place
In the Eastern
ship raoe, elo.ely
followed by Erie,
which clab lost to
Banv ia also on the toboggan, holding
on to fifth place by a margin which the
outcome of today's contests may possi
bly wipe out end t forte her into sixth
place, Syracuse pressing her sorely.
The percentages of the clubs, num
ber of grumes won and lost by each,
aud their standing in the league race,
is as follows:
Won. Lost. TorC't,
Providence M S .05
Buffalo 63 44 M-i
Pcranton ....... 44 :;s .oil!
Eric 40 XT .M'.
Vilkes-Harre. . . 4D 4d .5( 0
Syracuse 43 43 .4!4
Springfield 4d 44 .47(i
liiughamton.... H3 00 .270
A RATHER ONE-SIDtO ARGUMENT.
The 8orantoo Contingent Unable to
Hit Fr-Lagutr V.ckery.
El'i'FALO, Aujf. 13 The Bisous had
a roval time today, Blackburn, the
Seratiton twirler, being a larKt-aized
barn door, as ulmost every ball riitclied
by him eucouutereil one of the Lutl'lo
On the otter liauJ, Vickery did just
us he pleased with the but$iu'-n of the
visitiDg twain, and only allowed them
to score iu deference to their wouuded
pride. The score :
R. It. P.O. A. E.
Cnhill, 2b 0 0 4 1 O
JoUnsou, cf C t 3 1 1
Patchou, c S 3 8 0 8
Lebstie, lb , 1 3 8 1 0
Rogers, rf 0 0 1 0 C
lioovor, if 0 2 3 0 0
Hmitli, ss 0 0 3 4 -'
Hiekey, 8b. 1 3 1 2 1
Blackburn, p. 0 0 1 8 0
.. 4 11 2 13 7
IU II. P.O. A. E.
O'Brien, 2b 2 1 8 4 0
Drnuby, lb 1 2 11 0 0
Collins, If 13 3 10
Daly, if 1 8 2 0 0
DowBe. 3b 3 1 1 1 0
Clymar, cf 5 5 3 0 0
Lewees, ss 3 3 18 1
Crquart, c 2 3 3 1 0
Vickery, p.. 3 1 0 8 0
Totals 2D 19 27 13 1
Scranton 0 0000011 24
Buffalo .0 1 8 1 0 4 7 6 x 20
Earned runs Scranton, 3; Buffalo, 8.
Loft on bases Scranton, 11; Euffalo, 4.
First base on balls Off Blackburn 3, off
Vickery 5. Struck out Vickery 4. Home
runs Drauby, Daly. Three-base hits
Johnson, Coilins, Clymar, Lewee. Two
base bits Hoover, Ilickey, Patcben,
O'Brien, Collins, Clymer, 2. Stolen bases
O'Brien. 2; Clymr. Vickery, 2. Double
plavs Collins to O'Brien, Lewee to O'Brien
to Drauby. Hit by Pitcher By Blackburn
1. Wild pitches Blackburn 1, Vickery 2.
Passed balls Patcben 1, Urquhart 1.
Umpire Loeschsr. Time 1.56.
In Th.ir Had Endeavor to Head Scran
ton Wllkta-Barre Los.a Another.
WlLKES-BAHRE, Pa., Au(f. 13.
Keenan lost his own came today In the
lust three innings with Providence, by
injudiciously giving the heavy batters
Blow easy balls at critical tines. Hits
were made in these innings. The home
team as usual played a rocky game.
Attendance, 900; cloudy weather.
R. H. O. A. E.I II. II. O. A. K.
TyttKlf... .20 U Lyons, of. .3 2 4 0 0
Khsn'n.lib.l 8 13 i!jliixon,3b..l! 3 1 1 tl
Hteariis,lb.O ISO 1 Knight, If. .0 3 3 U i
Lazotte.rf.l 14 0 1 llogors, 11 1 18 0 0
Re ts, cf...l 18 0 VCooney.ss. 1 2 0 8 1
OillRti.3 b..O 1 2 1 0Ntri'k'r,:ih,S 112 0
Wrncr.a.ll 0 8 0 CMurray,rf.2 1 5 U 0
McM.irn.inn 0 8 2 4 MeCaTy.c.l 3 4 0 0
Keenan.p..! 114 O-.K'd'h'm, p.0 0 10 0
Totals.. ..6 11 27 10 el Totnls...U 10 27 0 1
Wilkes-liarro 3 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 0- A
Providence. 0 1 1 0 0 1 3 t 3-11
Enrnod furs Wilkes-Bare, fi; Providence,
6. First base on errors Wilkes-Barre, 1;
Providence. 3. Left on buses-Wilkes-Barre,
8; Providence, 11. First base on balls off
Kei nan, 2; off Rndderham, 2. Htrivs; out
Lytle. McMulion, Kuddcrliam, 2. Threc-baso
hits Kninlit, Dixon. Two-base hits-tttoarns,
Betts. Stolen bases Warner, Dixon. Jlo
C'auley, 2. Donble plnys Stearns, unassisted.
Wild pitches Kuddcrliam. Umpire Snyder.
OTHER EASTERN LEAGUE RESULTS.
Erie 0 2100200 0-8
Syracuse 0 1000012 2 G
Hit Erie, 12: Syracuse, 11. Errors
Erie, 2; Syracuse, 1. Batterios Hnly and
Berger; Barnett and Hess, Umpire
BlniUamton..0 0000201 08
Springfield.... 0 1 0 8 S 8 1 0 x-10
Hits Binghamton, 11; Sprinirfl-ld. 10.
Erroi-s Binghamton, tl; hpriugUeld, 2.
Batteries Dnrrea and Barter; Oruber
and Leahy. Umpire Kettrick.
Brooklyn 8 10 12 18 1 x-18
Boston 0 01100120 5
Hits Brooklyn, 18; Boston, 10. Errors
Brooklyn, 0; boston, 4. Batteries Stein
and Dailey; Hodsoo , and Tenny. Umpire
Baltimore... .0 0000000 1-1
New York.... 8 0 BO3O00 0-5
Hits Balilmore, 9; New York, 9. Er
ror Baltimore, 8; ,New York, 8. But
teries tiawke, Esper, Inks and Jk.binson:
Mnekin and Farrell Umpires Lynch and
Pittsburg 5 8000400 21 4
Chicaso 8 8 0 g 0 2 0 0-17
Hits Pittsburg, 12; Chicago, 18. Errors
Pittsburg, 4; Chicago, 4. Batteries
Ehrei, rtrhith, Colcoloujjh and Jlerritt:
Terry, Hutchinaon and Schriver. Um
pires Uoagland and McQuaid.
The two games fct Philadelphia between
Washington and Philadelphia were post
poned on account of wet grounds.-
At Altontown AUentown, 13; Philadel
At Hazleton Hazleton, 18; Shenan
NO UNCROWNED KINGS, THANKS.
Toronto and Not AlUntowa for Easttrn
It is probable that Toronto will be
accepted by the Eastern league la place
A meeting of the board of dlreetori
of the league at Wilkes-Barre Sunday,
received applieations from both Allen
town and Toronto for the Binghamton
vatanoy. Neither proposition could be
aceepted as the meeting had received
no official notification that the Bingoes
had disbanded. Yesterday morning,
however, the word was received that
the latter elub was ready to throw up
The Toronto elnb was represented at
the meetinat by Walter Burnham, who
wanted the directors to give him a
few days grace to complete bis nego
tiations for the transfer of the Bing
hamton franchise. This proposition
was accepted, which indicates that the
Eastern league wants none of un
crowned kicking king j.
The games scheduled for Binehamton
will be played by that club until Tor
onto ii admitted.
NEW LEAGUE AE00T.
A Movement Started to Form a
. Strong Interstate Circuit
for Next Year,
It is common gossip iu Philadelphia
that both the Kiutoru and State Base
Ball leagues will die a quiet death at
the end of the season, as far as the
runsylvanii clubs' connection with
either league is concerned, aud that
there is a probability that bcrantou
aud other Pentuylvuuia clubs will be
represented iu an iuterstnte league with
New Jersey. Au uuthoritive spotting
'ihe success of the Pennsylvauia
State league during the past two yeurs
has created a desire among the larger
citWi for an organization which will
be more representative aud take in a
greater area of territory. It has been
proposed to turn the State into au iu-ter-atate
leugue in lti'JS, and applica
tions for franchises from outside cities)
have ulrady ben received by Secre
New Jirsty partis want a cirouit
formed to include Newark, Treutou,
Camden aud Philadelphia iu the east,
and Wilmington, Ilarrisburg, Lancas
ter and Heading i'l the west. Preai
dnt Buj.miu 11. Zjit, of Heading,
favors an interstate league, with Treu
tou and Wilmiugtou iu, bat he warns
the other six cities to coiue from Penn
sylvania. It is hardly likely that the
Easteru league will be iu existence
next year, at least with its present cir
cuit. A movement has already baou
etartel in New York to form a uew
league with a circuit composed of New
ark and Trenton, N. J.; Albany, Syra
cuse, Utica and Uouhmtor, N. Y. ;
S ringCeld, Haas., and Provideuco, It,
I. llutf rtlo is expecUd to take Cleve
land's piac iu the National laague.
and Erie, Wilkes-Barre. Scranton and
Binghamlou will be lett out in the
The Eastern league has not paid this
eeaion, and not over two clubs iu the
circuit have tuadj any money. Scran
ton is still State league territory under
the national ugreemeut, and us it is al
ready tired of Eistern league society,
Marty Swift will have no trouble in or
ganizing a elub there. Wilkes-Barre,
if it wants base ball, must naturally
drift with Scranton, and with the East
ern league out of the way. President
Bogert will see his way clear to join
the new organization. The cities avail
able for au Interstate league are Phila
delphia, Lancaster, Uarrisburg, Blad
ing, AUentown, Shenandoah, Pottt
ville, Iluzleton, Lebanon, Easton,
Scranton and Wilkes-Birre, in Penn
sylvania; Newark, Trenton and Cam
den in New Jerasy; Wilmington, Del.,
and Binghamton, N. Y, Oat of these a
good eight, ten or twelve-club circuit
could be seleeted.
Whatever is done toward the forma
tion of an Interstate league will be
done by the clubs now composing the
Pennsylvania State league, and (it is
safe to say tbat all that finish this sea
son will be found in the circuit next
year, no matter whether it is in a State
or an Interstate league.
NOTES FROM THE BALL FIELD.
The Scranton and Troy teams have lost
elevoa straight games.
St Louis' outfield is so rough that the
players call it the ''Bad Lands."
What are the Scranton directors trying
to do, kill the game iu their city? Ex.
The pitcher's position will not be re
moved next season, despite the kicks. But
many pitchers will.
Scranton has proved a valuable addition
to the Eastern league we don't think.
Try again, Pat. Ex,
The New Yorks are now only one game
behind Haulon's men, and are marking
time with the Bostons.
Pitcher Harper, of Philadelphia, is said
to look and act like John Clarkson, and
uses the Bame slow delivery.
Dan Stearns who played first base for
Buffalo the early part of the season will
play first base for Wilkes-Barre.
Shortstop Jennings acceptod thirty-four
fielding chances without an error in his
lust three games at Eastern park.
The Bqf.ton players lose less time from
injuries or bit-knots than any other team in
the leaguo. They are nearly all short,
Captaij Aosou's colts are coming np
rrorn tue rear most Deeutirully. Ttie old
gentleman will land in the first division al
most to a certuiuty.
In these hot dog days the Philadelphia
rooters often think of "Harry" Wright
and wish the old man had chargo of that
team. New York Herald.
Of the western teams Boston has found
Pltteburg the hardest foe to beat. So has
Baltimore, while New York has had least
tuccesa agidtist Cincinnati and St. Louis
The pitciieis of the St. Louis team are
not noted for base st-nliug. Bteiteustein
and Uuwley have only one each to their
credit, whilo Arthur Clarkson has yet to
steal bis first base.
The PitUbnrg club signed Menafee, the
Louisville pitcher, having exchanged Col
colongh for bitn and giving a pretty sum
to boot. Meuafoe will accompany the
team on its eastern trip.
Should the New Yorkers win the champ
ionship they are promised by Dinby Bell,
De Wolf Hopper nud ilarshnll P. Wiidir
the biggest benefit in the fall ever tendered
to a cbampiousliip base ball tenin.
The Bostone are not so "cock sure" of
winning the championship this year a
tliev were last seaeuu at this time. Two
teams are giving thorn such a run that
they know there is a pennant race.
Scranton ia having some of the experi
ence Bprmcliold had a little while ego iu
waiting for players who had promised to
route but didn 't. If sue comes on t of it as
strong as bpriugfield has, it will pny to
Syracuse has signed Catcher Smith of the
New Bedford club to take the place of
Archie Wilson, Whose injuries received in
a recent gatue were more eerious than was
anticipated and necessitated bis going
homo for treatment.
There is no puuitbment too sever ; for the
treatment ttie swelled heads of the Scran
ton team have given the patrons of that
city. Even if they ere not permanently
blacklisted, no reputable munuger will
ever put himself at the , mercy of such men.
When the shortstop aud third biineiini
make seven errors between them, tnd the
whole team makes bnt nine errors, It is a
specimen of pretty rocky ball playing.
That was the record of Sheibeck and Joyce
of the Waahiugtons last Wednesday.
A meeting of the board of direetors of
the Eastern leagoe has been called to meet
in Wilkes-Barre at the Wyoming Valley
hotel. At this meeting applications from
cities to take Binghamton's place in the
league will be considered. There are two
or three cities after the franchise.
It is pretty certain that the Pittabnrg
club Is playing ita last aeason on the pres
ent grounds. A syndicate has offered to
erect a new grand stand, construct a new
playing park aud to pay a part of the ren
tal of the old grounds if the club will take
a lease of the new premises for a term of
years. The offer has been practically ac
cepted. On Thursday afternoon at Uogan park,
the James Boys and the South Sides will
play a game of base ball for $35 a side and
gate receipts, winning club take all.
Ladies will be admitted to the greuud
free. Grand stand, 10 cents, Game called
at 4 p. m. Positious of the James Boys:
Mullurky, catcher; Nolan, pitcher; llorau,
first bate; Uuuster, second base; Deen,
short stop; Couehliu, third base; P. Ragen,
left field. Ed. Williams, center field; Pos
nor, right Held; J. Uullarky, captain. The
James Boys would also like to heur from
the Eurukus for Friday this week.
There was no game at Hcranton yoeter
duy because several of the players refused
to go on tho diamond. Those that were
particularly mutinous were Staltz, Vtet
7.11I aud l'laungau. These men are strik
ing In the hopes that the club will thereby
be forced to throw up its Eastern leugue
franchise and return to the Pennsylvania
State league. They are aware that as
players they are not strong enougb foi
ttie Eastern.' league average. Of course
they do not give this as their pretext but
it is the real one. They know that they
will boou be released for incapacity and
want to stave this off as loug as possible.
-Buffalo Evening Times.
Catcher Gunsoti, who was playing right
livid In the game of Thursday and whe
was hit on tue hand while at bat by a
pitched ball, is still confined to his bod at
the Luzerne House, and when he tries to
Hot up he gets confused uud cannot stem
to hold hiuisolf together. The ball which
struck him rebounded clear back to second
base. It was an awful crack and the won
der is tbat Uunson's skull was not frac
tured. He explains the accident by say
ing that he was measuring his distance to
the plate with his bat. He had his bead
down und Blackburn pitehed up the ball
quickly so ' that Uuusou had no chauce to
avoid it. Wilkes-Barre Leader.
THE REGATTA TODAY.
Oatsmeu Are Here In Large Numbers to
The regatta of the Seraaton Press
club takes place today ut Lake Ariel.
Every thlug prumisss a great event,
and those who go to thb lake will have
the satisfaction of witnessing some of
the most warmly contested rases that
ever took place at any regatta. There
is no doubt of a large attendance of
people from all parts of the valley.
The traiu service is a most admir
able one, aud those who sanuot go ou
the earlier trains can go oat later in
the day aud yet be in time to enjoy
some of the finest races aud exhibitions
of rowing to be witnessed anywhere.
That people muy thoroughly under
stand the train service tne following
schedule is again published:
Delaware and Hudson spscial Leave
Caibondale, at 7.81 a. m.; Mayfield, at 7.37;
Jertuvn, at 7.41: Archbald.at 7.48; Wiuton,
at 7.5t,':Peckvil!e, at 7.54;01yphaut, at 7.G3;
Dickson City, ut S.01.
Delaware and Hudson special Leave
Plymouth junction at 7.15; leave South
W ilkes-Barro, at 7.30; Wilkes-Barre (L. V.
station), at 7.30; Paraoue, at 7.85; Miners
Mills, at;7.38. Far from all stations, fl.35.
Erie and Wyoming Valley Train
Leaves Port Blancburd at 8.44, Sebastopol
at 8.48, Pittston, (Broad street) 8.54, A voce
0.03. Avoca (Main street) at 9.05.
FZrie aud Wyomiug Valloy Trains lenves
Honesdale nt 8.65, White Mills at 9.05,
Uawlsy at (1.21,
Erio and Wyoming Valley trains leaves
Scranton at 0.3, 8.15, 8.45, 11.13, a. m.,
LIS and a 20 p. m.
Bauer's band and orehestra will fur
nish the music of the day, and will see
that there is an elegant suflioienoy of
melody to meet all demands. Those
people who miss the regatta are euro te
miss one of the finest day's sport ever
known te this section of the county.
WHIRLS OF THE WHEEL.
The wife and daughter of the new presi
dent of the French repnblio, are ardent
Delia Fox has followed Panline Hall's
example and taken to bicycling to reduce
Maurice Sloan, of the Scranton Bicyele
club, enjoyed a ride to Lake Winola ban
day morning, returning in the evening.
Bert Chase, of the Scranton Bloycleclub,
will probably act as starter at the bicycle
races which take place at the Driving park
The entries for the races Aag. 22 are
coming faster than expected, and from the
present outlook no less thun forty racing
men will be present.
The Century Cycling club, of Syraouse.
has decided tbat all prizes won under its
colors shall become the property of the
club. This will result in their Class B
members dropping out.
Scott, one of tho fastest Class A riders
in the county, who hails from Plainstteld,
N. J., has entered five events at tbe races
to be held at the Scranton Driving park
on Aug. 33 by the Ureeu Kidge wheelmen.
The Chicago bicyole girls are firing defls
at one another. Mist Hettie Bicker has
issued a formal challenge to Miss Annlce
Porter for a 100-mile road race over the
Elgin-Aurora course, to take place any
Sunday in Auguit.
Louis A. Onllahiin, the bicyclo racer of
Buffalo, who leaped iuto fame by beating
the world's K.vunle road race recently, if
one or tne lightest riders ou the wheel.
He weighs 134 pouuds, and could train
down to 118 pounds.
In ten years American cyclists have re
duced the mile record from 3:43
to leas than 3 minutes, a featonce supposed
to o iinposniiiio. ino epeeu nus oeeu
gained by better machines and tracks.
pnoninatic tires and improved skill among
Leanfier Richardson, the playwright, i
writing a comedy in four acts. Oue of the
I en turns will lie a home trainer rare with
revolviug scenery between A. A. Zimmer
man and Harry Wliealer, to be produced
iu New York for tbe first time about
A. Kennedy Child, of Hartford, Coaq.,
secretary of the National Board of Trade
of Cycle Manufacturers, will be ploased to
send any one actively eugazed la the cy
cling trade or kindred industries, a copy of
the charter aud by-laws and other liter
ature pertaining to the association upon
receipt of a 2-cent stamp.
g L o o k H e r e
aj8 There are a great many eards,
harnhhlfh. rimilnrs iruii tiftie
,NX -j -
advertising matter constantly being
distributed among the public.
ATol everybody has a taste for read
ing. Have your printing done in an
attractive and novel style.
Draw people's attention by some
thing catchy and rarely seen.
THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE
JOB DEPT. v A
is able to please you in every j&mA
remfs of ad ktndt cost that much, m
mi Situations Wanted,V!hioh are inttrU
WANTED-8MART LADY AGENTS ON
booA nr to soil mv uooila to house
keepers. Samples fr.-e. WM. RIPPLY, nuu-
nisctnrer, Cincinnati, m i
Helo Wanted Female.
V salesladies to sneak German. 4-CLNT
ll u i M i. i L- U I I IP un'MUtf 1"f
1'onnaveuHa t' l"r month.
isoit RENT-NUTKLY-FUlt-NlSHED HALL
F Riiltnol.i f,,r In I jn moms. JUHN JElt-
ilYN, 1111 Wyoming avenue.
CCKASTUN REAL ESTATE AND
O VESTMENT AGENCY,
oll'urs bariralns us follows:
CITY BUSINESS PROPERTY.
40 ft. front by 60 ft. deep, ou Spruoo
street, routs for $00 810.00C
40 ft. front hv 50 foct deep, ou Spruce
street, corner alloy 10,500
These together (tive SO ft. front on Spruce
street, between l'etin and Franklin, with alley
on sido. Spruce street property is advancing
CITY RESIDENCE PROPERTY.
CORNER MONUoE AND VINE streets,
lot 50xt", two dwellings, Jii.iOO. giving a tile
resldenco and uu income tor small investment;
ALU A PLOT OF 3 LOTS, giving 120 ft.
front on Monros avenue, near Vina street.
Thoio uiaku a lirat rlass residence plot iu a
de.iruble locality. It not sold iu one plot will
sell above scparutelv.
Lot Mil 180, South Mam avenue, adjoining
residoueeof Siuilh H. Mott, price, S'.',76U; also
lots on Rock street aud West End place. Duly
A BEAUTIFUL HOME AT DALTON, PA.,
modern house, pi lug witter piped nit i it froiu
hill buck, burn tor ttireo liot-so and two cows,
lien ne ry with cuinnntrl lloor, young fruit,
tine liiwu, grind outlook; oue and a bail to
three acres, as desired, I6.WI0.
A lso lots of ii bout 8uu size on Western
Slope, Daltou. Cull or address
SMITH B. HQ t'T, ManaKor,
No. 4i!l Lack. ave. rear board tradi?.
( CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE Fit El!
to all. Please sund for copy. R. LB NEST
COMEliVS, Price Buil-limr.
vroTicE-THB following ib a copy
is of a petition presented in Select council
of City of Seratiton, Vt., Juno '21, lfH4, fortlit
paving of Frsiiklin avenue with shoot nsplull
pavcinont between bpi uce and Vino streets,
To tho hoiioralilo the select aud common
councils of the Oitv of Scruntou:
'1 ho undersigned owners of property shut
tin on Frutikliu aveuue, between Sprues
street aud Vine street, respectfully potitloc
your honorable bodies that said avenue ho
tweou tho poinia named, bo paved withylnet
asphult pavemeut ou a concrete base, tin
price not to exceed two dollars and sixty-flvt
centsfiL'.tSS) )er sgnnro yard: that the saint
may bo set with curbstones so far ss the same
may b nocusiary ; that the cost of .ud nu
provemont bs .saesod against abutting own
era, according to tho feet front rule; that tht
assessments be made payable in live annua;
installments; and your petitioners will ever
pray aim etc
.V. L. Conned.
, Jacob A. Miitl'ur.
Sarah Griffon, 40,
M. E. McDonald,
Sainter it Levy,
Willisin H. Davis.
K. T. Black,
C, Fred. Shiller,
E. T. Swartz,
E. K. Crothaiuel,
u. w. Housier.
The Dickson. Mfcr. Co.R. HohiHinfeld.
by James P. Dickson, K H. Throop,
Pros't., Eunly II. Stevens,
I. A. Floischet, J. Burnett,
The Delawaro Hud M. Kemmorer.
son Canal Co., by H.A. Uittenlwuder,
O. Youngs, ttua. Vicefl. A. Coinstock,
Pros't., F. M. Way,
D. K. Unklny, v Jured J. Postcns,
The foregoing Is pnbllnbed in pursuance ol
provisions of a rosoltrtiou of tho city couudH
of City of Scranton. Peniia.
M. T. LAVELLE, City Clerk.
Scranton, Pa., Aug. 10, 1W4.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF TUE
stockholders in Scranton Glass Co. ful
the election of directors and other business
will bo held at tho oflico, 34 Lackawauua ave
nue, ou Saturday, August It, at 3 p.m.
C. HEN WOOD, Secretary.
The annual meeting of stockholders In tht
Green Ridie Btoro Company, Limited.wlll he
held immediately at close of above meeting.
1. H. STEELE, Secretary.
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BLANK B00K8, PAMPHLETS. MAG A
linos, etc, bound or rebound at Till
Tkibunb otlioo. Quick work. Huaeonablt
MEAL TICKETS CAN BE HAD AT 144,
corner Spruce street and Franklin ave
nue. Twenty meal tickets for 3.50. Good
Linton easily bout Starbuck in the 100-
kiloinetres bicycle race at the Velodroint
Buffalo, Paris. .
Noucy Lee, a $5,000 trottor with a record
of 2.1u, belonging to William O'Brien, died
at Bourbon, lud.
Fletcher Robbius, prize fighter, who
fcugbt Jimmy Lindsay, of Omaha, at
Plattsmoutu, Neb., last week Monday, ii
dying aud warrants are out for Lindsay
mid Keferee Oriswold.
Tim O'Rourke and Mike Haley are uiuk
ing a combination hard to boat. "Go anc
get a reputation for your man," suyi
O'llourke. "We don't need it," replie
Haley, "for we've got the money." New
Professor John H. Clarke is trying tc
uootu nnnaoau in tno American Athletic
club, lie has offered a gold watch as a
prize for a tournament, open ouly tc
club member, commencing Monday,
August vj. uuirius ciose nattiruay.
F. J. Jenny, class A, at the matinee race
of tho Utica Bicycle club Saturday after
noon, rode a half mile in a competition it)
1 miu. 2 sec. Iu au exhibition half mile on
a tandem Jenuv uud Euui George, tm
paced, rode iu 53 seconds, the record tor
the wot Id.
At the Wilmington Rod. and Oun clnt
shoot tiftturday tb prut, a silver piltuoi
aud cup. was won by Ueorge Will lain
Spring, with Oeorte ll. Huber second.
The club uiateh with the Uuymont Gnu
club resulted hi a tie, each Warn scoring
138 points. '
In a telegram to a St. Louis paper
w lillHui fcohon, president or tue Olympic
club at New Orleans, said: "Olyinpiu olub
will give f 1,000 for tJiesiion ana Mtzslui
moim at 153 pounds at the ringside, con
test te take plane six weeks from date,
Auswer if Creedoti accepts." Creedon was
found at Poua's theatre, aud without hesi
tation accepted tbo terms offered by Presi
George Slddoue, the well-known eastern
ligbtwest pugilist, is in Washington foi
the purpose ot makings match with Jack
Bolau. The latter is already matubea tc
fight Stanton Abbott early iu October, hut
it is understood that he is not avane tc
making a aiatch to take place shortly attei
tbe battle with Abbott has beeu decided.
Mddoue looks iu prime condition, aud the
probabilities are tbat a .match will bt
mads teuay or tomorrow.. .
Billy McMitlau is Mot iu good humor ovai
the failure of Fred Morris or Mike Itacdy
to accept bis challenge for a light, and
statta that lie is tired making efforts tc
get them into, the ring with him. Hit
backers are now. in correupoudeuoe witb
George La . Blanche, "the Marine," iu an
effort to make a juatcli. These moa are as
nearly alike as two men well can be In
height, weight aud reach, and if Uta meet
ing is arranged for It snouia make an iu
teceeting boat. -
Fon Bums, Scalds, Bruises and all palni
and eoreaeas ef therleth, the grand house
hold remedy is Dr. Thomas' EoleotrioOH,
On account of extensive alterations now in progress at our store, we will conduct a
SPECIAL CLEARING SALE
PROM NOW UNTIL SEPTEMBER 1ST.
Our purpose is to reduce stock in
1 .1 T,. C Ml . . . . .
nauo. xrux-a win ue sucn tuat you
Immense Attractions in Every Department
Our limited space forbids any further details in regard to prices. 7e only ask you to visit us
and ascertain how cheap Dry Goods can bo sold under our now regime.
With tho addition of 1,500 square feot of floor space, which with our present capacity will give
us 5,500 feet, we will be well qualifiod to satisfy the demaudi of our largo and increasing business.
When liuished we will have tho best lighted, most attractive and convenient store in Scranton, and our
LOW FRICliS will continue to be our drawing card.
Made and Sold
VERY CHEAP by
The Scranton Bedding Company,
Central Railroad of N. J.
sfecul mmm mm
National Guard Encampment
11 TO 18, '94
Special excursion tickets from HCUANTO'N
will be sold, good to uo Auiiust 11th to loth
inclusive, and for retain uutil August lbtu
1'Altli FOR HOUND TUH', $5.42.
HEART LAKE, Susquehanna Co.
U. E. CROFUT Proprietor.
mniS BOUSE is strictly temperance, Is nW
I and well furnished and OPENED TO
A 'IBB PUBLIC Tlii YEAB BOUND; is
located midway between Montroie and Scran
ton, on Montrosa and Laokawuuu Railroad,
six miles from I)., L, W. It 11. at Alford
Station, nd Ave miles from Mjutrou; ca
pacity, oiifhty-flvo; throe intuutes' walk f rom
h. K. station.
UOOU BOAT4. 1 ISUING TACKLE, &0-,
IK EE TO lilKSTS.
Altitude about 2,000 feet, equalling in this
respect the Adirondack aud Cattktll Moun
tains. f lue groves, plenty ot shale and beautiful
scenery, mukiug a Summer liesort unex
celled in beauty and cheapness.
Lancing pavilion, swiiws, croquet gr onnds
&a Cold Spring Water and plenty of Milk
Kates, S7 to S10 per wauk. t1.50 per
Excursion tickets sold at aU stations cnD.
L. & W. lines.
Porter meets all trains.
Doposits of $?5 and upward received. Our
specialty is handling tho trades of persona not
iu a position to muke a business of following
tbo markets. This department is in chariio
or a com potent expert of 1 years' experience.
Klvldeiids paid aeuii-invutlily. llignest
reference given. Correspondence solicited.
K T. UVAS, Jit., & CO.
Room HO Hlulto Itullilliig, CHICAGO.
T OSTA PKH l)OU: BLACK FACE,
lJ black stripe down the back and tne
claw off its front fcxit Findor will be ro.
warded by returning to UjO North Oarlleld
t'TKAYLIJ TO TUii PUEM1KES OF
O undersiKued, a brown and uniy cow.
Owner oan havo samoby paytuar dam -ires and
cost of odvertlslug. II. A. KIN'Or-BUHY,
4U9 Qulncy Avenue.
"INSTATE OF HAUKIET LYMAN, LATE
Vj of tbe township of Madisou.Lackawanna
county, Pa., deceased. '
Letters testamentary upon the above-named
estate hnving been granted to tbo under
signed, all persons havmi; claims or demands
iiKulust the aaidostate will present them for
payment, and thoso indebted thoroto will
please make Immediate payment t
' O P. VAN BHUNT,
U1LES A. LYMAN,
WATSON 6IEHL, Attorneys tor Kst.itw.
J of the cltv of Scranton. county of Lack
awanna and state of l'ennsvlvania, decii.Sfd.
Letters ot administration upon the abovo
naniud ututs liavtuK bu m granted to the uu-
ucrnu;umi, no i-iauni iutiib
maiKl. aaalnst the aald estate will present
tliem for payinout and those indebttd thereto
Will pieaso muse UQ11UUIKI.U l, lueoi.
E. D. COLLINS, Administrator.
O. W UK LIS, Attorney-
plans and spec ideations are Invited for a
city buildluir to he used for fire department
bouse and pollut patrol station. A prospectus
of the building may be seen at the olllce of the
ulty clerk, at whioli olllce the said plans and
speclllcations are to be submitted on or -fore
Wednesday, August !, 104. By order of city
M. T. LAVELLE, City Clerk.
Scranton, Pa., July M, lttt'i.
WANTED-CLBANINU OB HCBUBBINO
by tbe day. 11 1W, CONWAY, 014
A BOY. 15 YEAH8 OLD, WANTS EM
ploytnerit; will work for email wages.
Address A. D. B., 831 Hallstead court.
IF YOUR OLD BO0K8 NEED FIX'
1NO, SEND THEM TO
Tbe Soranlou Tribune
order to acoommodate the largo purchases we have made for the fall
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cannot auoru to miss tliis opportunity.
GRAND CLASS A
BICYCLE RACE MEET
Green Ridge Wheelmen
Scranton Driving Pail
August 22, 1891, at 2 O'clock
L. A. W. Sanction and Race
Admission, 50c. Grandstand, 15c
The GENUINE New Haven
New York Warerooma No, 80
E. C. RICKER & CO.,
Bole dealers In this section.
OTTICE 111 Adams Ave., Telephone B'l'd'g
See our FIFTEEN DOLLAR Solid
Oak Bedroom iSetf
Wo seU Furniture as cheap as
any house in the country that in
tends to give honest valuo for the
money. Try us.
m am) 207
ease., such a. We
rOREtKBifTERUSIKfi.iootVer. Addw.s -Vlfctll BBKDC-U., Ma.onie Temple, .CHIQASO.UJ.
Ji-s-' JsTi-M. itr sir i a i 1 1 i II i an 1 1 tit m aaai.fr
For Sale in Sorunton, Pa., by H. C. SANDERSON, .Druggist, cov. Washinffton
uid Suruce streots. A
i i' nrfl iinii i
PSS The rt remedy
yHpm M'ntfti Worry.excfuMvo tineot TubBcoo or opium, which
;jMi uinpUunsUmliiBamty. With very i4 order w hit i
libk UiUi AJili sU lUi Jur na.oo. llK.
I'iiL at K DICING
Foraale by JOHN H, PHELPS,
Spvuce Street, Scranton, Pa.
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO.
CCSAMTOK AMD W1LE18-BABBE. VJl, UAITUrAOTOBEBS Ot
Locomotives and Stationary Engines, Boilers
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY,
Gaueral Offioe, SOUHIOJt TX,
Lacka. an a
Dr. E). Grewer
The Philadelphia Specialist, and his assoclate4
staff of EnKllsh and German phvslclans,
are now permanently located at
811 SPItlCK ST., SCU ANTON.
Tbe doctor la a graduate of the University of
Pennsylvania, formerly demonstrator of phvsi
oloity and surK'-rv at the Modlco-Clilmrirlcal
College of Phlladelpbia. A apeclalty ot
Chroulo, Nervous, Skin, Heart, Womb and
DISEASES OP THE KERYOUS SISTEI
The symptoms of which are dizziness, lack of
confidence, axual weakness In men and wo
man, ball riaiug- in tbe throat, spots floating
before the eyes, loss of memory, unable to con
centrate the mind on one subject, eaallv
startled when suddenly spoken to, and dud,
distressed uiiud, which unfits them tor per.
forming the actual duties of life, making bap-
f inraa impossible: distressing tbe action of
be heart, causing flush of beat, depression of
spirits, evil forebodings, cowardioe, fear,
dreams, melancholy, tire easy of company,
foaling as tir.d in the morning as when retir
ing, lack ot eu.rgy, nervousueas, trembling,
confusion of thought, depression, constipation,
weakness of the limbs, etc. Those so affected
should consult us immediately and be restor
ed to perfect healtb.
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
Weakness of Young Men Cured.
If you have been given np by your physician
call upon the doctor and be examined. He
cur., the worst case, of Nervoua Debillty.Scro
fula.Old Sorcs.CatarrhPUes.Female Weakness.
! Affections of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat,
1 Asthma. Deafness, Tumors. Cancera and Crip.
plea of every description.
Consultations free and strictly sacred and
confidential. Office hours daily from 9 a. m,
to 9 p.m. Sundays to 2.
I'M vaatrfavrfaal Msni.tl StuSlN
satuit Sam. u all Hanaaa ritaa
Memory, bono Br.ln "owi V.S.'tliSi'?!- JXrJ1
i.ostMunnoou, wiKDiiy tmnsmii .iTJii.Jiiii:
in ()iioratlTe(livn. of .ItlierMioauwdbroTerexenlon, youthful rri
ei('e"ilvu.a ofU.bnooe. opium or. tlniulsnts, wlilohlojid to Iurmlty. Ow
.,-r,ffi.T!fTn.i.,ifv.mii haoarried in vestpocKet. S1 per boa, forKS,
CirCllinr m'w. P"IU MJ nil UlUfc tiabr raiv. n--
1 i-iimiiniifrn-iTwri'T . .mm -
for nervous prostration and allnerTOusdlscnses of
n lena wi-u
MO'lT CHiM 1CAL CO.. tlovclaiia. O-iat
Will br.ee von nln e wk
NiTTju.Debltilj Lom of ! foww in .llh.oi,
oou.iiaiptira or luuoltv , SI .on per bui'by mil, bn.M tot SJ. With ar
eoj.r we uiva . nritt.,n ,a Anr. ex iuaa lu. moaey. aaar-ii
Pharmaclat, cor. Wyoming Avcnut and
lie sure you get me genuine,