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THE SCITNTON TEIBIINE THU USD AT MORKTNTJV" AGUSUT 16. 1894;
Bcranton Still Sits Snugly oa the Well
GOBBLED UP BY THE BLACKBIRDS
The Buffalo Team Keeps on Winning,
Syracuse Being the Victim This
Time Wilkes-Barre and Rain De
feat Springfield J. Pluvius Pre
vents the Game at Binghamton.
Standing of the Clubs Interesting
Base Ball Gossip.
EIE was victorious
Scranton, and the
result forces the
hitter further down
the list in the
standing of the
Wilkes Bsrre's de
font of Springfield
lasssns the gap interTsninsr between
Scranton and the club from the "town
near Scranton" aud will consequently
add to the enthusiasm whioli will b,
undoubtedly, displayed at the games
scheduled to be played between these
clabe next week.
Buffalo etill keeps up its winning
streak, and, barring accidents, will
make the present leaders of the league
beetle to mnintalu its position at the
top of the ladder. Ruin prereuted the
scheduled game between Providence
The percentages of the slabs, num
ber of games won and lost by eaoh.and
their standing in (the league race is as
Providence 63 21)
Buffalo......... M 44
Erie ,. 48 87
Pcrnnton 44 40
Wilkes-Barre... 42 40
Syracuse 43 45
Springfield 41 45
Binghamton.... 23 01
CAUSE FOR THANKSGIVING.
Doranton's Sail Aggregation Esoapes a
Ghut-Out at Erie.
Erie, Pa., Aug. 15. Erie defeated
Bcranton with ease today and but for a
fnmbled ball by Smith in the second
inning, would have made it a shut-out.
The visitors made ouly five scattered
bits off McGlnnls, all singles, and two
of which were of the "soratch" species.
A hard running stop of what looked
like a safe hit was the brilliant feature
of the game. Iliekey's work at third
base for Soranton was very poor.
R. B. P.O. A. E.
Nicholson, lb 2 . 2 8 5 0
Smith, SB... 0 14 5 1
Shearon, rf.. 12 10 0
Lally, cf...,...... 0 2 2 0 1
Field, lb. 1 1 14 0 0
Berger, c 112 0 0
Kuehne, 8b.... 1 2 0 4 1
Van Dyke, If., 0 110 0
McGlnnis, p 1 0 0 2 0
Totals.............. 7 12 27 10 8
H. F.o, A. E.
Cahill, 2b. 0
Johnson, cf... ........ 0
Patchen, c...... 0
Hoover, If 0
Rogers, rf 1
Lehsne, lb...... 0
Smith, ss 0
Hickey. 8b. M 0
Donovan, p,M. 0
Totals 1 5 27 12
Erie 0 0080018 0-7
Scranton.... ..0 1000000 0-1
Earned runs Erie, 1; Scranton, 1, First
base by errors Erie, 6, Scranton. 8. Left
on bases Erie, 7; Scranton, 6. First base
on balls OS McGinnis, 1. Struck out
By McGlnnis, 2; by Donovan, 1. Home
run Nicholson. Two base hits Shearon,
Lally. Sacrifice hit Lehane. Stolen
bases Nicholson. 2. Dougle plays Nich
olson to Smith to Field: Cahill to Smith to
Lebane. Passed ball Berger, L Umpire
ONE FOR DAN SHANNON.
Jupiter Pluvius Comes to Els Aid on
Wilkis-Barrb, Ps., Aug. 15.
Springfield lost today's game with
Wilkes-Barre by very poor fielding and
McLaughlin's strong pitching. Rain
delayed the game twioe. And in all
45 minutes' time was lost. The ball
was wet and soggy and very hard to
handle. Attendance 830. Soore:
H. H. 0. A,
I yttle, 2b..8 4 14
Pottit, ss..! 8 4 3
8tcarns,lb8 2 la 0
Lazntte.rf.l 2 3 0
He ts, cf...3 12 1
Oillor.,3 b..l 1 2 1
llofs, rf....l 1 0 0
Wrnor.cn 1 8 1
ll'LTii, p..O 0 0 2
E.I n. II. o. A. E.
OlShnnnon.ssl 1 2
ljO'XIo'ra.ilbl 1 0
0 Lynch, 2U. 0 1 4
OclieuTr, if 1 3 0
1'Bot'enns.rfS) 0 0
S Nadenu, lf.l 1
(1 Leahy, c.O 1 2
l;n'r'dVo.lbl 2 8
OiCoUBUlin.pO 0 0
Totals.. 15 15 27 11 6 Total... 7 10 27 8 6
"Wllkos-Barre 3 0 3 4 0 0 6 0 0-15
BpringGelu. 2 0S01001U-7
Earned runs Wilkes-Barre, ; FprinRfleld,
8. First bane by errors Wllkos-lltirre, 2;
Kprinirllold, 8. Left on basos Wilkos Barro.
11; Sprinxtleld, II. First base on balls Off
McLaughlin, 4; off Coughlin, 8. Struck out
McLaughlin 2. Home run Gillon. Ihree
liase hits Stoarns, Lozotte, O'Moara. Two
baso hits Lozotte, Shannon, Hhefllor, Brock
pnridgo. riacriflce hlt-Betts. Stolon bases
Lytlo 2, Betts t. Lynch, Nado: u, Lenity.
l)ouble plays Shannon to Lynch to Breckon
riihre. Hit by pitchor-Lytlo. Wild pitches
toughlin. Passed balls Loahy, Umpire
Suydur. Time 2:05.
OTHER EASTERN LEAGUE RESULTS.
Fyracose 8 0 4 3 0 0 1 1 0-11
Buffalo 2 8 1 0 0 0 2 7 x-lS
Base hits Syracuse, 14: Buffalo, 20. Er
rorsSyracuse, 6; Buffalo, 6. Batteries
Bauswein and Hess, Vickery and Urqu
hart. Umpire Doescher.
At Binghamton Binghamton 'vs. Prov
idence game was postponed onaccount of
At Reading Reading, 4; Lancaster, 2.
At Hazleton Philadelphia, 7; Hazle
At PotUville-Pottsville, 8; Harris
Ac Shenandoah Allentown, 7; Shenan
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i NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Philadelphia. .3 0 0 0 9 8 5 1 0-11
Louisville 1 2001000 0-4
Hits-Philadelphia, 14; Louisville, 8.
Errors Philadelphia, 1; Louisville, 6.
Batteries Taylor and Buckley; Hemming
and Weaver. Umpire Kecfe,
Washington 0 032110 0-7
Cleveland 0 10802000
Hits Washington, 11: Cleveland. 13. Er
rors Washington, 4; Cleveland, 2. Bat
teries Btockdale aud McOuire; Cuppy
and O'Connor. Umpire Hurst.
Cincinnati..... 0 0 0 0-1 0 0 t 0 2
Baltimore 4 0108000 s 8
HiU-Cincinnati, 6: Baltimore, 12. Er
rorsCincinnati, 4; Baltimore, 2. Bat
teriesFisher and Murphy; UcMabon
and Itobiuson. Umpire Batta.
Brooklyn 8 8000021 x 9
Chicago 0 100180005
Hits Brooklyn, 0; Cbicngo, 7. Errors
Brooklyn, 4; Chicago, 1. Butteries Daub,
Stein aud Daily; Hutchinson aud Shriver.
At Now York
Now York. ...3 0000000 08
St. Louis I 0200100 04
Hits New York, 0: St, Louis, 10. Er
rorsNew York, 4; St Louis, 2. Bat
teries Uerinau and Wilson, Breltenstein
md Twinehain. Umpiro McQuaid.
Boston. ..0 010130100 10
Pittsburg 020010000 05
HitsBoston, 12; Tittsburg, 7. Errors
Boston, 1!; Pittsburi:, 3. Batteries Stlvetts
and Gatizel, Eliret and Merritt. Umpires
Emslio aud lloaglund.
BASE BALL BREVITIES. '
Ryan is playing iu his "J3 form for the
Chicago has been playing the fastest ball
of all the western clubs.
Hallman has beon putting on a great
(fame at second lately, aud he is also hit-
ung tne can nam.
Baltimore so far has made the best record
leaiuat Wushiugton. having won 11 and
lost but 1 game. New York comes next
With 10 won and 2 lost.
Despite the denials, it is stronclv stated
teat Buiialo will take tue place or Uleve
land next season, and that stops to that
end have already been taken.
The Coal Barons' toboggan ride has car
ried them below the .500 mark, and, in the
opinion or the Sprlngtlold Union, it is
doubtful if they get above it again this
Bill Brown, Wllkos-Barre's first baseman
bas been laid off without pay on account
of a bull by the club's treasurer. Brown
was given his full pay at the lat pay day
beforo it was discovered that he hud
drawn f 12 advance money on tbe trip, and
when Bill refused to return the amount he
was laid off until he worked it out on the
A Binghamton dispatch say: For the
past two months the olub has been losing
mouev steadily. Lxpeuses were reduced.
cheaper players were hired aud everything
possible was done to put it on a paying
oasis to no purpose, since its return Home
tbe club has not recolved patronage enough
to pay the cuiii auteo, and .it became im
perative to disband.
The James Boys and South Side Base
Ball clubs will play a game of ball at
Uogan park today. Game called at 4 p.m.
'Ike following is the butting order of tbe
south side team: ilnnerty, catcher; Mc
Donald, pitcher; Logan, shortstop; Smith,
Brat bane: Walsh, seoond base: Jlaliott,
third base; Mulvin, loft hold; liuane. center
Held; Ueiuert, rlglit num.
In one of the games at Buffalo Scranton
had three catchers in the held. Patchen
was behind tbe bat, Cahill at second base
end bmraot liodgers lu tuo right garden.
Tbe latter has played in nearly every
western and Southern leugue organized.
He began his career several years ago in
the Texas league, graduating the same
year that Raymond, Weaver, Eliret, Tub
welch, mil Joyce ana a tew other notables
"Doubtless Pitcher Hodson, the ex-
Scrantonlan, can wear much smaller
hat today than he could just after his
opening game wiih Boston, Inst week,
Those skyrockets always do come
down somewhere." Thus sayeth the ora
cle of the Springfield Union. Don't trou
ble yourself, brother, about Hodsou. He
will yet establish a record that will acquit
bim of the charge of skyrocketing, except
in tue upward airoctiou.
The irrepressible Pat Doaly.of the Cham
pion West Ends, whs an interested spec
tator or yesteraay'sgaineat uiympicparic
It was notioed that every time Third Base
man Hickey, of the Scrauton club, made a
good play at the bat or in the Held, Pat gave
him most entbuslastio applause. The rea
son was that Dealyand Hickey each played
in the New YorkStateleague until its dis
bandonment a few weeks ago, and Dealy
had him on ms Kingston team ror one
game, bnt was compelled to return him to
the PittBiieias, uurtaio Times.
The Springfield Union is quite certain
that a deal is quietly going on for the
transfer of the Allentown State league
team to take Blcgbamton's place. This
should be successfully accomplished by
Thursday at farthest, but the facts will
not be "ready for publication" until Kel
ly's State league team has been disbanded
and resigned as an Eastern league aggre
gation. Meanwhile the public is blng
entertained by tne statements that lung'
bamton will bold on to the end an niter
impossibility and the bluff of giving
liiughainton's team to Toronto is made to
divert if possible, the attention' of the
Pennsylvania league magnate from the
real point or attack.
It is the opinion of the Buffalo Times
that Scranton should huvo let well euough
alone and remained in the Pennsylvania
State league. It is not of the caliber of
r.he Eastern. Surely, if Troy could not
weather the seasou Scranton could not.
Continual doleat has been the rule since
.ho club joined the Eastern league. The
name puper soys: Manager Tommy Cahill,
of the Scrantons, is hustling hard to
Htrengthun his team. This afternoon ho
will probably present a new first baseman
in the person of "Keddy" Mack. That
player nrrived Tuesday morning and had
it long talit witn tne bcrauton manager,
Until recently "Keuuy" was covering sec
ond for the Uingtiamtons.
The Chicago Intor Ocean has the follow
ing dedicated to Captain Anson, the
"Grand Old Man" of baso ball:
Oh, captain I my captain 1
What memories you recall.
Through twenty years of hopes and foars
lou biitnoiy belt tno Dan.
I watched you in your lusty prime
Clear all the buses every time;
Your fame is known in every clime;
You tower above them all.
Oh, captain! Toy captain I
I saw you years ago,
Stalk o'er the grass and far outclass
Tbe prowess of the foe.
Where are your comrades of the fray
Wber's Clorkson, Kelly, Browning, sayf
Uke Williamson cneyve nad tuoir day,
Into the night they go.
Ob, captain I my captain!
I'm camping on your trail,
Of batsmen bold you'er eighth, I'm told
Your stick will yet prevail,
Ob, let the rabble rudely cry,
"Ole Anse is old enough to die,"
For many years rouud lirst you'll ply
Altho1 the bleachers wail.
BICYCLISTS IN HOT WATER.
Prominent Class B Ilea Are Seriously
Serious oharges were made at a meet
ing of the Aliunenpolis Cycle Track as
sociation Monday evening against San
L'er. Titus. Cahnnne. Louisden. Gith
ens. Gobler, McDonald, Bald and Mur
phy, Class B men. Ia Denver, Bliss
and Tyler have been barred from rao
ing and if Johnson does not fill his
entries his expulsion will be demanded,
Sanger, Titus and tne others are
charged by the Minneapolis meeting
with pacemaklng, demanding pay for
exhibition riding against time and r
1 using to ride from scratch when so
NOW USE LACTATED FOOD.
Healthy Babies Ought to Gain Steadily
in Weight In Angust Four Things
Needed to Make Baby Thrive,
August for some babloi is fearful
struggle for existence.
An infant needs Dure air. proper
food, cleanliness and proper attention.
A healthy babv should gain steadily
in weight in Augustas well as in other
When an infant has cut its first tooth
and does not thrive as a healthy child
should: when it grows pale and fret
ful, throws up its food in undigested
masses, the first thing the practised
doctor will advise is lactated food.
Experlenee has shown that babies
gain most steadily in weight and siz
when put oa a diet of lactated food.
The use of lactated food bas made
cholera infantum and snmmer diar
rhea troubles no longer a mutter of
fear in thousands of homes.
Laotatad food agrees with babies
when every other nutriment is re
fused. After a day or two tbe puny
child put on a diet of lactated food
shows a decided gain in vigor and live
liness and there soon follows a rapid
increase in weight and siz,
Lactated food is so absolutely free
from any possibility of contamination
and is so rich in everything that bone,
body anq musole need to grow on that
babies regularly fed on Instated food
develop in every limb and part in a
way that delights the hearts and eyes
K-ttn lactated fool steadily at band.
It will remove the anxiety of summer
and dangerous weakness.
assigned, The charges bave been for
warded to the Lsague of American
Wheelmen for investigation.
GOOD ROADS TC URNAMENT.
Th Claes B Bldcn Will Sattle Old
The cordial endorsement that the
newspapers are giving the Good Roids
tournament, which commenees on the
three lap track of the Asbury Park
Athietio association Aug. 3U. is proot
enough that the efforts of cyclists look.
ng toward the improvement of roads
s appreciated by all classes of citizens.
A grand upright piano will be tbe
chief crtzs for the class B riders, aud
n regard to tue cbftmplonsnip mile oi
that class, banger, Tyler. Bliss and
Johnson will be able to fight it out. It
will be tbe race of a lifetime.
Tbe manager of the tournament pro
poses to run all trial beats on the morn-
ng of the three days so that ouly the
semi finals and finals will be contested
n tbe afternoon. Governor Flower.of
New York, and Governor Worts, of
New Jersey, Senator David B. mil,
Mavor Uuroy and other prominent peo
ple have been invited O attend the
Attractive Programme Prepared by the
An attractive card has been prepared
for tomorrow's trotting races of tbe
Gentlemen's Driving club. Tbe events
have filled well and appear to be so well
classified tbnt picking of winners is
uncertain. The first race will be called
at 2 o'clock according to the following
Flaxey, s. m J. T. Kicbards.
Fred, b. g., Alex Dunn, jr.
Dajb, g. g., Frank Hazzard,
Harry B, b. g., J. A. Swayzo.
Bird, b. g., 0r. John Weutz.
Nellie, g. ru., John Beuore.
Horty C, b. m., P. Coyne,
(ieorgie V, b. g., John Frits,
Frank H, br. g F. C. Hazzard.
liilly, b. g., C. 31. Sanderson.
AVillinm, b. g., Frank Merri field.
Poor Richard, b. g., Dr. Houser.
Ht. Nick, b. g. K, Crippeu.
Kitty, 8. rn., P. Coyne.
Dr. Chambers, b. g., II, B. Reynolds.
Fanny Blair, b. m., G. M, Khelly,
Pee Dee, b. p., M' H. Dale.
Jack, b. g., Dr. Charles iiilL
Duke, bl. g., L. T. Payne.
Daisy, b. ui., C. S. Seamans.
Pet Hand, b. m., Frank Spencer.
Joe, br. g., B. Crippeu.
John Uauon, b. g., C. M. Sanderson.
Nellie, b. m., A. L. Spencer.
Magnolia, bl. m., Dr. John Wentz.
Keeley, b. g., W. M. Jermyu.
John, 0. g.. Dr. G. E. Hill.
Thief, b. g., A. L. Spencer.
Johnuy, br. g., Charles SchadU
Abigail, br. in., Dr. llousor.
' Decoratliij; HIS Friend's Grave.
, In a cemetery at Nushville a stranger
was seen planting a flower over a soldier's
Kiave. When RMUed, "Waii your son buried
tbercf" "No," was tho answer." "Your
son-lu-law?" "No." "A relative?" "No."
After a moment the stranger laid down
n small board which ho held in his hand,
"Well, I will tell you. When tho war
broke out I was a farmer in Illinois. I
wanted to enlist, but I was poor. I had a
wife and seven children. I was drafted. I
had no money to hire a substitute, so I
made up my mind that I must leave my
poor sickly wifo and little children, and
go ind fitjlit the enemy. After I had got
all ready to go, n young man whom I knew
came to me aud said: ' lou have a big fam
ily, which your wire cauuot take care of. I
will go for you.' He did go iu my place,
mid in the but Uo of Chlckumauga he was
wouudud und tuken to the Nushville hos
pital. Hut, after locx sickness, he died
and was barlud here, aud ever siuce I
wanted to coino to Nushville to see bis
grave, so I saved up all the spare money I
could and came on, and I found my dear
With tears of gratitude running down
his cheeks, he took up the small board
and pressed it down into the ground in
place of a tombstone. Uuder the soldier's
name were writton those words:
"Ho died for me." Nashville American.
l'orfuruo Instead of Fumigate.
The practice of fumlgHtlnif a room by
burning pantiles, powders or other sub
stances that emltaHuioke Is condetunei
hya doctor, who advises In their Btead the
pouring of eau de cologne or vinegar upon
a heated shovel, or the using of a sprayer,
first charged with fresh water and then
fragrant waters, recommending especially
those that contain turpentine, extract ot
pine, etc New York Post.
The lilble la' a BUelL' -In
the Ilurleian MS., A. D. 530, mention
Is made of un extraordinary piece of work
the whole Bible contained In an English
walnut shell no larger than a hen's egg.
"The nut," says tbe MS., "holdeth the
book, and there are as many leaves iu it as
In the great Bible." St. Louis Republic
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used for over fifty years by millions of
mothers for their children while toe thins;,
with perfect success, It soothes the ohild,
softens the gams, allays all pain; corn
wind colic and is the best remedy for di
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ct tbe world. Be sure and ask tor "Mrs.
Wluslow's fciootbing Syrup," and take no
no other kind. Twenty-nve cents a bot
tPaUf aU.Mni tort that mueh, sa
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1?OB BfcN r ONE-HALF STORE.
Pcun avenne. per month.
FOB REXT-NICELY-FUtt.'.ISHED HALL
suitable for luJe rooms. JOHN JEU-
MYN, 11U Wyouiiiw avenue.
1 OST A PTTd DOCJ: BLACK FACE.
I J blck strlne dowu the back and one
ciaw on its rrunt root, r inaer win 00 re
warded by roturnlus to !M North Oaillold
"11 ANTED - 1,&X), FIRST MORTGAGE
W.00O; intoreBt B per cent. V. 13. REPLOULE,
4 Spruce ntrent.
, f and iTiunranna .in imtv real tMr. il worm
Money to Loan.
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! D. 13. REPLOGLE, Attornoy, 4J8 Bpruco
ARCHITECTS' NOTICE COMPETITIVE
plans and epeolflcatlons are lnvltod for a
cur uuilcliuu to be ut.au for tire department
bouse and uolla niitrol station. A urosnuctus
of the building may be Keen at the olllcu of the
city rlork, at which office tho said plans and
specifications are to bo submitted on or before
Wednesday, August W, ISM. By order or city
M. T. LAVELLE, City Clerk.
Scranton, Pa., July 24, 18U4
"VTOTICE THE FOLLOWING 18 A COPY
i.1 of a petition prumnted iu Select oouuoll
of City of Soranton, Pa., Juno 21, ltw4, for the
paving of Franklin avenue with sheet asphalt
paremuat between Spruce and Vine streets.
To tbe honorable tbe select aud common
councils of the Citv uf hcrantoni
The undersigned owners of property abut
ting on Franklin avuuue, between Spruce
strout and Vino itreet, respectfully petition
your honorable bodies that said avenue be
tween tbe po.nts named, be paved with shtot
asphult paveinunt on a concrete base, ho
price not tu exceed two dollars aud sixty-five
ciuitsftl'.tlS) i er souare vard: that the same
nmy be set with curb stones so far as the same
may u necessary ; tnat tue cost 01 gam im
provement be assessed nuulnst sbuttlntr uwn
ers, according to the feet front rule; that tbe
asueHHtuouts be made payable iu live annua)
installments; and your petitioners will ever
pray ana 010.
W. L. Connell, Joseph Roos,
James Hughes, Lucinda Short,
K. T. Black, Jacob A. Hhiffor,
U. Long, Km-ah Oriffen, 40,
Maria Zeldler, M. E. McDonald,
C. Fred. Hhilfor, Carl Feil.
E. T. Swortz, Saniter & Levy,
E. K. Crotbamcl, William H. Davis,
C. W. Roeslcr. Estelle 8. Dermau,
The Dickson, Mfg. Co.R. Hchuourold.
by James P. Dickson.H. H. Throop,
Pres't., Emily II, Stevens,
I. A. Fleischot, J. Hunintt,
Tho Delaware & Hud M. Kemmerer,
son canal 10., by Li. A. Bittcnbeuder,
u. louugs, suu. vicen.
1: m. may,
Jnred J. Pustens.
D. K. Oaklev.
The foregoing ts published in pursuance of
provisions of a roso
ilutl in or the city councils
JU. T. LAV KLLiB, uty clerk.
Scranton, Pa., Aug. 11), Mi.
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IU corner Spruce stroet and Franklin ave
nue. Twenty meal tickets for $3.5(1. Good
Notice of Dissolution.
OTICE IB HEREBY (J1VEN THAT THE
tlrin known a Horev & Holt Is thu iiy
(lissolvod by unit Jul couscut, John II. H)lt
rotirlofr. TU business will be continued by
C. II. Horey, who uhbuuih nil iuttebteduena
of tlio firm, aud to whom all dobti duo the
flrui must bo paid.
C. M. FLOKEY,
lom U. HOLT.
Scranton, Fa., August 13, lS'Jl.
1 apuli:tiou will bemad to thoOovornor
of tho Httttn of Pennsylvania, on Friday, tlio
tentU day of August A.D. by W.A. Con
nell, W.W.Van Dyke, 8. W. Robvrts, Hanwu
Carpenter and Horucfi K. Hnud, under tbo
Act of ANsnmbly of the Coniraonwealtll of
PcnnHylvuuia, untitled "An act to provido
for thi Incorporation and rovulatlon of cer
tain corpoaatl ns," approved April 2Hth,
1HT4, and tlis supplements theroto. for tho
cbarter of an intended corporation to be
called "Tlio Nay Auij Shalo Brick Oompauy,"
tho character and objact of which Is tbe
manufacturi! and sale of building brick, par
intr brick, tiles and other articles umd from
clay, sand, earth, rork and minerals. or either
or all of them, and Cor those purponns to
have and possess and enjoy all the lights,
benoflts and privileges ot Bali act of assem
bly and Its supplements.
JliSSUPS & HAND, Solicitors,
-yOTICR IS HEREBY GIVEN THAN AN
li application will bo mads to tho Gover
nor of Pennsylvania on Friday, the third day.
of August, lMii4, by Hamuol P. Buyer, Ueorga
W. Barnes, Josaph B. Iilckson, U, H. Johnson:
I U t V, Ait Af Aa 1.1..
null a. iu. uui. muuoa .mw v,v ui noouiuuiy i
entitled "An act to provide for the in- f
corporation and regulation of certain',
)roveu Aurn uiu, jot, ana
!iereto.for t'io charter of an
tne supplements toe
intended corporation to be called "The Wy
oming Otl company," tuo cnaractor aim ob
ject of which is the mining, producing, soil
ing and storing of oil, and for t'-icso pur pones
to have, posne.s aud enjoy all the rights,
benefits and privileges of suoh act of assem
bly and supplements thereto.
WliXAliD, WAKUEN & KNAPP,
CRANTON REAL ESTATE AMD
O VESTMENT AGENCY,
oilers bargains as follows:
CITY BUM.NESa PROPERTY.
40 ft front by W ft. deep, on Bpruoe
Btreet, rents for 3700 510,000
40 ft. Iront byW feet deep, on Spruce
street, cornor alloy 10,500
Theso together give HO ft. front on Bpruce
street between Ponn and Fronklin, with alloy
on side. Bpruce street property is advancing
CITY RESIDENCE PROPERTY.
CORNER MONROE AND VINE streets,
lot tOxW, two dwolllngs, f 0,(00, giving a nioe
residence and an Income for small investment:
ALSO A PLOT OF D LOTS, giving 120 ft.
front on Monroe avenue, near Vine street.
Thoie make a first-class residence plot in a
do-lrnble locality. If not sold in one plot rill
sell abovo separately.
Lot 60x180, South Maiu avenue, adjoining
residence of Smith E Mutt, price, ti, 7o0; also
lots on Rock street aud West End place. Ouly
A BEAUTIFUL HOME AT DALTON, PA.,
modern house, spring water piped Into It from
hill back, Ham for three horses and two oows,
hennery with cemented iloor, young fruit,
fine lawn, grand outlook; one and a half to
three acres, as desired, Sfi.OOu.
Also lots of about same site on Western
Slope, Dulton. Call or address
SMITH B. MOTT, Manager,
I No, 431 Lack, ave. rear board trade.
CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE FREE
to all. Please send for copy. R. ERNEST
COMEOYS, Price Building.
IP YOUR OtD BOOKS NEED ITX.
. . . 1NQ, SEND THEM TO
The Soranton Tribune
Connolly & Wallace
On acoount of extensive alterations now la progress at our store, we, will conduct a
SPECIAL CLEARING SALE
FROM NOW UNTIL SEPTEMBER 1ST.
Oar purpose Is to reduce stock in
trade. Prices will bo such that you
Our limited spaoo forbids
and ascertain how cheap Dry Goods
With the addition of 1,500
us 5,500 feet, we will be well qualified to satisfy the demands of our
When finished we will have the best lighted, most attractive and convenient store in Scranton, and our
LOW PRICES will contiuuo to be our drawing card.
Fine IPifore l&a.ttres3es
Made and Sold
VERY CHEAP by
The Scranton Bedding Company,
Trains leave D. & H. Depot at
Tickets for sale by all the mem
HEART LAKE, Susquehanna Co.
V. E. CBOFUX Proprietor.
mHIB HOUSE is strictly temperance. Is now
I and well fnrnishJ and OPEN ID TO
x '1HE PUBLIC U'riia YEAR UjUND; is
located midway between Montrose an I Scran
ton, on Uoutrose and Laoicaw:nui Railroad,
six milos from O., I., & W. R. It. at Alford
Station, and five mU-n from M mtrmij ca
pacity, oiKbty-flva; throe minutes' walk f rom
B. R. station.
OOOU BOAT. FISHING TACKLE, Sic;
FKEE TO UUIiSlS.
Altitude about 2,0011 foot, equalling In this
respect tho Adirondack and t'utiiiiU Moun
tains. line groves, plenty of sha-lo and boautiful
scenery, making a Summer Kugort unox
ceiled in beauty and ohejvOJ''-
Dancing pavilion, swings, croquet gr ounds,
&a Cold Spring Water and plenty of Milk
Kates, 87 to SIO per week. Sl.SO per
Excursion tickets sold at all statio ns on D.
L. & W. linos.
Porter moots all trains.
I well equipped with tbe latest styles of type,
ought to be Inducements to the trade.
Shadowed by a Detective
rhig woman is one of tha mysterious and
interesting characters in our new De
tective Story, by Fergus Hunio
f you are intoresbsd In unravelinjf tajra- i
cries you should follow tha tortttooa (or-1
.unes of the hero of this story. :
''ft&bUflrint it in Serial fornu I
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order to accommodate the large purchases we have made for tho fall
cannot afford to miss this opportunity.
Attractions in Every Department
any further details in regard to prices. We only ask you to visit uu
can ba aold under our new regime.
square feet of floor space, which with
GRAND CLASS A
BICYCLE RACE MEET
Green Ridge Wheelmen
August 22, 1891, at 2 O'clock
L. A. W. Sanction and Race
Admis3ion,50c. Grandstand, 15c
The GENUINE New Haven
Wlathushek " Pianos
Sew York Warerooms No, 80
E. C. KICKER & CO,,
Bole dealers In this section.
OmCK-W Adams Ave., Telephone BTd'r
See our FUTEESTDOLLAIl Solid
Oafe bedroom Sctf
We sell Furniture'vas cheap ,a3
any house In tho country that in
tends to give honest value for the
money. Try us.
JOB MID 207
cases.such as Weak
iHumetlon or Inwrnlt r.
tFOREANfl AFTER USIHG.;ooih:Adar7.;XlBUV eedco.. nasonio xeaipie. v,.
For Salo in Soranton, Pa., by H. C. SANDERSON, Druggist, cor. Washington
inrl Snciicn stronts. .
rrH4la Uya W. HABKIS Uiuug-lst.
Jlsfgis and ' Uuiig
For salt by JOHN H. PHELPS.
Spvuce Street, Scranton, Pa.
ii aw iMf jv v .
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO.
BCRANTON AND WILKES BABRB, PA. UAJTUFACTORSK8 OF
Locomotives and Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY. '
General Office, BCRAJKTQH A
our present capacity will givo
largo and increasing business.
Opp. Court House.
Lacka. and Adams Aves.
Dr. E. Grewer
The Philadelphia Specialist, and his associated
staff of English and Gorman physicians,
are now permanently located at
811 SPIIUOB ST., SCRANTON.
The doctor is a graduate of the University of
Pennsylvania, formerly demonstrator of physi
ology and surgery at tbe Medico-Chirurgical
College of Philadelphia. A specialty of
Chronic, Nervous, Skin, Heart, Womb and
DISEASES OP THE HERYOUS SYSTEK
The symptoms of which are dizziness, lack of
confidence, sexual weakness In men and wo
man, ball rising In the throat, spot floating
before the eyes, loss of memory, nnable to con
centrate the mind ou one subjeot, easily
startled when suddenly spoken to, and dull,
distressed mind, which uurtui them for per-
forming the actual duties of life, making hap-
, malting nap
the action of
cluess impossible'. diBtressinz tbe action or.
the heart, cansing flash ot heat, depression oi
spirits, evil forebodings, cowardice, tear.
i dreams, melancnoiy, tire easy oi company,
' feeling as tired in the morning as when retir-
log, lack of energy, norvousness, trembling,
I confusion of thought, dopresalon.constipattou.
! weakness of the limbs, oto. Those so affected
should consult us Immediately and be restor
ed to perfeat health.
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED,
Weakness of Toting Men Cured.
If yon have been given up by your physician
cull upon the doctor and be examined, He
cures the worst cases of Nervous Debility.Scro
fula.Old Sores,CatarrbPiles,f emale Weakness,
Affections of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat,
Aathina, Deafness, Tumors. Canoers and Crip
ples of every description.
Consultations free aud Btrlctly sacred and
confidential. Oflioo hours daily from a. m.
to9p.m. Sunday 9 to ii.
huuiubj ne :'cetit stamps for symptom
blanks aud my book called "New Life."
I will p. y one thousand dollars in gold to
anyone u horn I cannot euro of EPILEPTIC
CONVULSIONS or FITt.
DR. E. GRBWER,
811 Spruoe Street, Scranton, Pa.
Meraory, Loss of Bra . n "";i?3i""",
LitXuhood. Nightly Emissions, "BT"'""",r"M .anihMimn
Mcesslve use of tobacco, opium er stimulants, wnios una w uurra
. Can be cameo ip; '""'"7" '.1
IsllllIIIUVU nil s O
ifiTn,Tiriiiirarsmiiriin,i r ILi-v7
iotdottouh proHmiioa ana KiinoiroaBaisweR
17 -nn Avenue.
Wilt brace you npla week. SolS with WRITTm))
V&fi Ing or Lo9t ManUood, Impoteuoy.N.ghUy Km.BlonBtToutUfnl Vn?f
y antal Worrv.eicesslv) U80uf Tnbnoro or Opium, which lead WCf-
sn.oiiitlnnandlniiinitT. With atai-v Hit nninr w irlve a Written KUP
.'tiUABAH IKH te UM roui PMI lit , Loss ofSaiuai romr 10 SIIOSI ni,
I lmclnaUiy Smtittea from sbt mmi, IrnsgltcUd, mch troubles IMS It
onoinmpticD or IssaiiUy, Sl.oo pr boa by mul, 6 boits for Si, Wlta $5.
siSrr we gira a wrltun innrmtn to euraet itfuoo U moiiay. Aadrms
Pharmacist, cor. Wyoming Avtnua and