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THE 6CRANT0N TEIBUNE-FRID AY MORNING. AUGUST 17. 1894.
ficranton Loses Another Game to the Avari
COME OfF THE TOBOS, PLEASE
Wilkes-Barre and Springfield Both
Win and Lose a Game The Clam
Diggera Take Two from the Bingos.
Buffalo Wins from Syracuse Stand
ing of the Clubs National and
State League Results Notes of the
Diamond A Breezy Batch of Live
Sporting News, Both Local and
E lost another, and
ped down still fur
ther In the percent
age column, and
only tbrse points
ahead of Wilkes-
Tturrs. which club
won one and lost
on. as a result
tmn Pimil TllaTf
a,l ill nlreadv envUbl
position at the head of the list of clubs
hy winnlm two games from the by-thls-time
disbanded Binghamton team.
The Boffalos also won another 8me
from Syracait. Springfield aud Syra
cuse are tie for sixth plaoe, with a per
centage of .439.
The percentages of the clubs, num
ber of games won and lost by each, aud
their standing la the league race is as
Won. Lost. PerC't.
Providence 65 29 .655
Buffalo 65 44 .5M
Erie 43 37 .518
Fcranton 44 41 .515
Wilkes-Barre... 43 41 .613
Syracuse 43 46 .4S9
UpriiiKfleld 42 40 .49
Binghamtoa.... 23 611 .20
Although Soranton Outbattsd the Erie
Club Tney Lois.
Erie, Pa., Aug. 16. Erie won again
from Serantou today ty being that for
tunate in making safe hits when they
Were most nesded. The Scrantons
Blared a much better game today than
Yesterday and made fire safe bits more
than Eii. bat were uulneky in getting
their men borne. A stop or a not
srounder bv Nioholion, Hoover's catch
of a foul fly and Patuheu's batting
were the features of the game. Score
H. P.O. A. E.
2 8 3 0
10 3 0
2 2 11
0 2 10
2 10 1 0
2 2 8 0
0 2 10
Tl B7 13 1
Nicholson, 2b........ 1
mitb, is 1
bearou, rf 1
I.allr, cf 1
Field, lb 0
Berg-r, c , 2
Kuuhne, Sb 0
Van Dj ke, If 0
Acaly, p.. , 1
R. H. P.O. A. E.
Cahill. 2b 0
I'atcben, c 0
Hoover, If 0
Rogers, rf 0
I.eh"ue, lb. : 0
t-'mith, ss 0
Hicki-y. 8b. 1
lllackburn, p... 0
Totals 8 18 7 19
Erie 0 0040000 8-7
fccranton 0 0100000 2-8
Earned runs Erie. 2: Soranton, 8.
First base on errors Erie, S; Scranton, 1.
IiCft on basei Erie, li; Soranton, 10,
Firtt base on balls Off Blackburn,
Ptrnck out By Healy, 2. Home runs
Berger. Three base hits Smith, Patchen.
Two base Bit" lubnsun. stolen oases-
Nicholson, Vandyke. Dnule plays Smith
to Cablll to Lehune. 2. Lally to Euehne.
Hit by pltcuer blackburn, 1. Umpire
bwartwood. Time l.ao.
CASE OF BREAK EYEN.
Willns-Earre and Springfield 8wap
Games on the former's Grounds.
Wilkes Barre, An?. 16. The first
pame between Wilkes-Barre and
feprlngnsld this afternoon was a post
pooed one Wilkes-Barre- went to bat
first at 2 20 p. m. and secured three
unearned runs off Naileau'a error.
steal, BotUnus' drop fly, Betts' farce
bit ana Ulllen's single bit. The third
inning the home team opened with a
single by Bstts, Gillen struck out and
Hess made a triple scoring Betts and
scoring himself later on a passed ball,
warutr reaebed tint on balls, stole
seeoud and scored on Keenan's single.
Wilkes-Barre secured two runs in the
seventh off Lezotta's base on balls.
Betts' single and Gilltn's triple. The
home team was easily retired in the
eighth and niuth Innings.
Springfield was ratirsd in the first
three inulngs without a score, but in
the fourth and fltth the Down Etsters
(tot in a terrlfflo batting streak - on
Keenao, who was diseouraged with
bnyder's unfair umpiring. In the
fourth Lynch started off with a single,
bebeffl r gained base on balls. Bot
testis hit down to Lyttle, wbo made
You have to swelter in the city
or to be able to flee to the shore
during these hot days.
Curse the heat if you will. Par
better to be calm and endeavor to
counteract its effects.
Yon know better than any ono
else how it affects you. With most
people it causes irritability, lan
guor and indigestion.
Johann HofPs Malt Extract
cures all such is cooling, too.
There's nothing better for Sum
mer. Look for signature of
"Johann Hoff on neck labol. All
others aro imitations.
A f total
crest stop, threw it to first, catching
Bottenus, who bad plenty of time, but
Snyder would not allow it and it
was forced to be a bit, oiling
the buses. Nadeau then tingled, scor
ing Lyueh. O'Mara fouled out to
Warner. With the bases fall Breckin
ridge hit a long ball to left field, which
tell two feet In foul ground but passed
Lscotte, who attempted to ft 'Id it.
Kuyder allowed it to ba a triple and
three men scored, timbers stogie
floored Breoklnridge, and the side was
retired. The firth inning gave Spring
field seven raus on seven bits and tour
orrors, while in the eighth two runt
were earned by olean cutting, sooroi
WILKES-BARRE. i SPRINGFIELD.
k. h. o. A. a. H. H. o. A. E.
T yttle, 2b..l 3 6 0 llShsnnon.ssl 116 0
Pet tit, rr.,0 0 4 1 liLeahy, K..1 10 10
btoarus,lbl 0 7 1 0 Lyucli. 3b.. 1 2 13 0
Lezotte.lf.l 0 0 0 1 SdollTr, rtt 0 5 0 0
He ts. cf...8 3 2 0 l,Bot'enus,ef3 3 4 0 1
(iillen,3b..O 3 3 8 1 Na.loiiu, 2b3 8 13 1
iit'ba. rr....i l l u uiu-flio ru, a t o
W'rner.c.l 1 4 1 0:B'r'd'Be,lb 8 10 0 0
Koenau,p..O 112 O.Grubi-r, p..O 6 l 8 U
Totals. .11 34 17 fi! Total... . U 10 37 U t
Wilken-Parre 8 0080 0 300-8
Bprlu.fluld 0 0 0 6 7 0 0 3 x-14
Earned runs Wilkes-Barre. S; h prinirfleld,
10. First tiase by errors wilkos-Barre, 1;
BprltiKtlHld, a. Left on bftses-WUkesBiirro.
5: SprluKllold b. First baso on bulla Oil
Krenan, 3; off amber, 4. Struck out-Gil-ln,
Kadeau. Three base hits Hubs, Uiilen,
Breck(!iiri(le 3, Gruber. Two baso hlts
Lvttle, Bottenus ti'Mara. Stolen basts
Lyit e, Pettit, Uotti. Double plays Pettlt to
iyttieio ftrearns, oummuu u mawiuuu),
Passed Imlls-O'Jlara 3. Umplre-buyUor.
THB TABLES TURNED.
The second trxma was a hard hitting
contest in which Wilkes-Barre bit the
hardest at opportune points of the
game. Miller pitched tor Springfield
I He first seven innings and did well,
but Gruber was put in the eighth inn
ing and four runs were made off bim,
two of which were earned. This change
gave Wilkes-Barre the game. It was
a hard fought contest, the score being
tied repeatedly and was one of the
moat exciting games of the season.
Lyneh put up a great game at third,
and Nadeau's second bag play was
sharp aud olean. Otnara's hitting and
back slop work was strong, and Leahy
made two brilliant catches in lett nem.
WILKE8-BARRE. I BPRINGFIELD.
It. II. O. A. I 11. II. O. A. I.
Ivt1e.2b...l 0 3 1 0Shannon,ssl 8 8 4 1
Pfir,BB...l 3 0 4 1 Loahy,lf...2 13 0 0
bteara,lb3 3 in 0 1 Lym:b,U..3 a a a i
Li'zotte.lI..3 8 3 0 0S'he(UVr,rf 3 10 0 0
Potts, cf.. .3 1 3 0 OjB-touus of.O 12 11
(iiilon. 8b. .2 18 2 1 Nadeuu .2b 3 2 6 4 1
Hs. rf....3 2 8 0 1 O'Mara 0..1 4 2 3 0
Warnor, c.l 4 4 2 OlU'k'r'golb.l 3 10 0 0
Meckin,p..l 3 0 8 0 Miller, p.. .0 0 10 0
iUruDer.p. .1 u u v u
Total... 14 17 27 12 4
I Totals.. 13 17 27 10 4
Wllkea-Barro 0 2 2 2 0 0 4 4 0-14
KDrinKflild 0 2 2 3 0 3 2 1 0-13
tamed runs Wilkefl Barre. 4; Rpringtleld.B.
First baso by errors Wilkes-Barre, 3; SuriuR-
o t ... , ivr.i'..... n.H.. tit
Kpiliiufleld. 12. First liase on baila-Off
Meekiu, 7; off Millur, 3; off Gruber, 2.
Htruck out O'Mara, Schiller, Buttonus.
Uomerun Warner. Thro base hits Leahy,
Lynch. Kadeau, UrooUiiiridgo. Two base biti
bottle, Lozott., U llara B, m-ecaiuriate.
Sacriflcn hita-Leahv. Stolen basea-Pottlt
Betts. Meekln, Bre,-kinrll(Cu. Hit by pitcher
Solielnur. Vuipire nnydor. uuue-3:lu.
OTHER EASTERN LtAOUE RESULTS.
Buffalo 2 0 0 8 0 3 0 3 x-10
Byracuie 0 011 1080 0-6
Biue bits Buffiilo, 15: Syracuse, 11. Er
rors Buffalo, 3; byracusp, 3. Batterie
'U,ffer and Urquuart: Kilroy and liess.
J mplre i)oescuer.
At Binghamton First game
Bir.ghnmtou...O 8110000 16
Providence... .0 4 2 0 0 0 2 0 z 14
Hits Bluguamton, 14; Providence, 11,
Eirora-Uinxbauiton. 4s frovidence. 8.
Batteries U'Bonnell. Uarshnll and Rafter:
Kgun and Dixon. U mpire Kettnck.
At Blnghamton Second gaino.
Biughamton ..0 0182000 06
i'rovidence.. .0 1 0- 0 0 0 22 x 14
Hits Biniihamton. 10: Providence, 16.
Errors Binirbamton.' 4: Providence, 0.
Batteries Duryea and Batter; Rudder-
ham and AleAuloy. Umpire Kettrick.
Brooklyn 0 0010000 01
Chicago 0 00003 01 0-8
Hits Brooklyn, 9; Chicago, 7. Errors
Brooklyn, 1; Chicago, 1. Batteries Laird
aud Dally; urnnts ana stinver. umpire
At New York-
New York. ...8 2 0 0 2 3 3 1 x-13
St. Louis 0 1000020 03
Hits New York, 17: St, Lnnis, 7. Er-
rors JNeW York, 3; Ht. Louis, 5. Bat
teries Mekin and Farrell, Uawloy and
-inner, uinpiro Jicuaiu.
Boston 4 0200000 x 6
Pittsburg 0 030010004
Hits-Boston, 10; Pittsburtr. 7. Errors-
Boston, 2; Pittsburg, 2. Batteries Staley
and Teuuy; Muuefee and Mack. Umpires
Emmie ana noayiana.
Philadelphia. .8 2 0 1 6 1 8 0 2-17
Louisville 1 0001100 0-3
Hits Philadelphia, 13; Louisville, 0.
Errors Philadelphia. 0: Louisville. 2,
Batteries Weybing and Grady; Nicol and
unm. u mpire ii.eeie. .
Baltimore 3 7 0 0 0 0 3 8 0-15
Cincinnati 2 8000 100 06
Hits Baltimore, 22; Cincinnati. 8. Er-
rors Baltimore, 2; Ciuctnnati, 5. Bat-
tories Hawke and Robinson; Parrott
auu juurpuy. umpire isvtts.
Washington... 0 1 0 20103 06
Cleveland 0 00 1 0000 12
Hits Washington, 15; Clevelaud, 7. Er.
rors Washington, 2; Clovoland. .1 Bat
teries ilaul and MiGuire; Young and
z, i miner, umpire uursi.
At Hazleton Hazleton, 4; Philadel
At Beading Beading, 7; Lancaster, 6.
At Pottsvillo Harrisburg, 15; Potts-
At Shenandoah bhenandoah, 15; Allen
PITCHER NOLAN DID IT.
Jamas Boys Win from the South Side
The South Side and James Boys Base
Ball clnbs crossed bats at Hog in park
yesterday afternoon, and furnished
amusement for a large number of little
boys with a very thin sprinkling of
The feature of the game wss the
pitching of Nolau, who bad the South
Hide club completely at bis mercy at
all stages ot the game. The follow
ing is the ottieial score by innings: .
Bouth Slde....l 2 0 1 0 0 0 3 1
James Boys... 0 2 1 0 8 1 5 0 z 12
HitsSouth Bide, 7; Jamss Boys, 9, Er
rorsSouth Bide. 7: Jamos Boys. 8. Bat
teries Kuane and Finuerty; Nolan and
Mullarky. umpire wan. j
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with perfect success. It soothes the child,
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by seventeen different doctors forSorofula
and blood disease, I was cured by Bur
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DP TO CONCERT P1TCE
A Buslueii Man Gives Bis Experience
and Telia How He Oeti Along Moely
Without Going Away.
"No vacation for me this year."
Mr. J. Z. Clinton, a prominent bus
iness man, seemed quite obeerful as
he roads this remark.
"No, be said, "hard times and bus
iness csres prevent my usual holiday;
but, let me tell yon I sin not so dis
appointed as I would have been in
How is that?
"Because Iem eniovinsonnd health.
I never felt better in my life. Ia spite
of overwork and anxiety, I manage to
keep strong aud vigorous and instead
ot suffering from tired feelings, dys
pepsia and nervonanessasldid in years
gone by. I feel like a new man. Even
now I sbndder as I think of the mis
erable symptoms I onoe experienced.
What were they? Well, icuneral v a
headache in the morning; dull heavi
ness or selling at the base of the brain;
waksfulluesa; loss of auDstite aud dis
gust with food; loss of msntal ensrgy
and interest in ordinary duties and
onsiness; restlessness and . anxiety
without any assignable reason; bad
breath; giddiness ; palpitation of the
heart; ssllowness of the skin; ousted
tongue and gradual failure of strength
and ambition. I consulted dootor afier
doctor and with but one exception i
reoeivad the same advice, namely; to
inae a tnree months vacation. This 1
could not do. At last I consulted
another physician and the result ot our
conversation was that he advised ms to
take pre-rtlgested food, about which I
bad beard a great deal. Bnt I had bad
some experience with cod-liver oil
and feared that this food tnleht be
tmetbtng like it and equally sicken
ing, I said 'no,' I preferred to try
something elss. The dootor, howsver,
persisted. 'This food' he said. 'Is not
a drug or a medloine or a greasy mix
ture like cod liver oil. It is a pure
starch food, totally different from
anything that has ever been intro-
duosd before. Its flavor is delicious,
and it is most refreshing, and it is stim
ulating to the weakest stomach. Take
niv word for it and you will find Pas
kola Is just what you need.' So upon
this recommendation I cotnmeueed
And what has been the rssult?
"A decided viotorv for Paskola. Be
fore many days bad passsd I felt much
better. All the miserabls symptoms I
bad formerly endured Dussed awav.
and I found that by taking Paskola I
could eat well and digest well. I also
gained a healthy appetite and a feeling
or rresii vigor that was simply won
dertnl. 1 took Paskola with great
relish, for I found that, as the doctor
bad said, it has a very pleasant taste.
Unlike all other health foods it causes
io bloating sensations. Buitiar nre-di-
gesieu, u is aosorosa oy tne system
tne instant it is swallowed, tbus im
parting nourishment immediately.
The result is, I no longer sutler from
indigestion, while under the nourish
ing influence of Piskola my weight
has lncrsused from lo to 155 pounds
in the past two months. - I fiud it a
splendid thing to take at noon, after a
morning s hard work,and at night when
busiuess is eudwd. It seeme to take
away that feeling of weariness and
nervous strain from which most busi
ness men suffer. As I say, it has done
so much for me and made me so strong
and well, tnat 1 have no need for
vaoUioa even if I had the time and
opportunity to take one. '
feurb statements as this are beioif
continually made by psople ot all
cla;ses, and such unsolicited praise is
tuo Dest evidence tnat jf asjtola owes it
wonderful popularity to merit alone.
lou can obtaiu Paskola of any good
druggist and a free pamphlet will be
milled by the Pre-dijtested Food Co.,
3U Kaile street, .New York.
They Have Binghamton'8 Franchise
and Will Play Here This
The doors of the Eastern league have
beea swnug open to Allentown and
they will play iu this city one game
with the bcranton team this afternoon
and another game tomorrow afternoon
instead ot the two games announced
for tomorrow, when it was supposed
the borne team conld not reach here in
time for today's game.
The Binghamton franchise was re
linquished lust night and accepted by
the Allentown aggregation. The games
of today and tomorrow in this oity are
those scheduled for the Scranton team
at lilnghamton. The Allentown team
will arrive this morning from Ubsnan-
douh and the home team will reach
here on the 12.80 Delaware, Lacka
wanna and Western train from Erie
Along with the news of Allentown
entering tbe Easter league, a United
fress message rrom Allentown last
night stated that tbe teem would be
transferred to Yonkers, N. Y., and
will represent that city in tbe Eastern
Cahill will stop off at Binghamton
in order to secure some of tbe players
of that team. It is quite positive that
Dslnney and Mitchell will be secured
and lt is likely one or two others may
Soranton and Wilkes-Barre will play
Monday at Wilkes-Barre aud will
alternate during the week between the
To date the Cuban Giants have won
eighty-two games, lost twelve and tied
Up to last Thursday the Providence dab
had won sixteen straight victories. That
conies pretty near beiug tbe record of the
There ia almost nnlvorsal condemnation
throughout tbe league cities over the
character of the ball furnished by tbe
Hamilton, of Philadelphia, beats the ball
to first more than any other nlaver in the
league, and that is how he .gets his high
nogan, Cincinnati's Scranton plok-np, ts
a very fast rnuntng out Haider, but that
eems to be all. lie is a very we.tk striker.
New York Sun.
Kelly is reported as saying that Scranton
blundered In joining the Eastern league
and that ne isn't in a nurry to repeat It.
Ia be still uiumngr
Brodie, of the Baltlmoros, had played in
eiuhtv-tliree games up to yesterdar. and
struck out but four times, and got his base
but nine times on bails. ,
Bodson, tbe new Boston pitcher, is re
ceiving loud praise rrom every direction
over bis brilliant debut in Boston last
Thursday. New York bun.
The records show unmistakably that
CampBsld is Wilkes-Barre's wlnnlug
Ditcher, ss he has lost but seven games.
and of tbtss contests only one was a game
merited by bis opponents on more earned
rn us than tbe pitcher be bad opposing
him. The club has now played sevon
rnmes at home, anl Lampneld has not
been nssd once, while the other pitchers
bave been pressed into service, only to
loss in all names excepting tbe one Mc
Laughlin won on Saturday. This ssems a
rants of aU Wnis eost Vita mue ea
ec Situation! WanUfLvhich or Snsssa
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P.nn avenue, tijOper month.
FOR HB.VT NICELY-FUrt -ISHED HALL
suitable for lulrs rooms. JOHN Jiitt-
MYN, US Wyomin avenue.
Helo Wanted Females.
WANTED TWO COOKS. TWO DINING
room virla and laundreaa. STAB Ell
PLOYMENT AGENCY, 4S Spruce street.
A BOHITKCT8' NOTICE-COMPETITIVE
j-m. jiiaua aua peoincauuns are mvueu lor
oity bullalns to b used for fire department
douse aua police patrul station. A pnapeocua
of the building m.y be Been at the office of the
city clerk, ut which office the said Diana and
tpecincatloua are to be submitted on or bufore
Yi eilm-Hduy, Augiut el, 1SIM. By order or olty
M. T. LAVELLE, City Clerk.
Scranton, Pa., July 'U, IWA.
IHE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders of the Horanton Forerlnff
Company, for tue election ot director aud
-he traunnotion of oth.T builuesa. will be held
at the office of the company, lu the city of
-Scruitou. on Wedntuultiv. Auifunt 2L 18m. at
.) o ciooa p.m.
V.. F. CHAMBEHL1N, Beoretary.
YOU WANT THIS BEL1C REPBINT
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MEAL TICKETS CAN BE HAD AT lit,
corner Buruce ttreet and Franklin ave
nue. Twenty ueul tickets for S3.6U, Good
Notice of Dissolution.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
firm known as Florey It Holt is this day
dissolved by mutual consent, John H. Holt
retiring. The business will be continued by
C U. rlorev. who assumes ell indebtedness
of the ttrin, and to whom all debts duo the
arm must be paid.
C. M. FLOREY,
JOHN H. HOLT.
Scranton, Pa., August 13, lnUl.
TESTATE OF EZRA DE W1TT.DECEA8ED.
X-J Noticois hereby tciven that a rule has
b'ten urauted to show ,'ause whv June Lt. De
Witt, executrix of the last will and trstameut
of said decedent, shall not be discharged from
the duties and liabilities of her appomtmunt,
Application will be made to have suld rule
made absolute and the executrix discharged,
July z, itsm. li fHiUb,
Attorney for executrix
t!CBAATUN KEAL EU i ATE A'D 1N-
O VESTMENT AGENCY.
offers bargains as follows:
CITY BUSINESS PROPERTY.
10 ft. front by 60 ft. deep, on Bpruoe
street, rents for $700 $10,000
10 ft, front by 60 feet deup, on Spruue
street, corner alley,,' 10,500
These togutber give 0 ft. front on Spruce
street between Penn aud Franklin, with alloy
on side. Spruce street property is advancing
CITY RESIDENCE PROPERTY.
CORNER AIONUOE AND VINE streets,
lot 60x86, two dwellings, SC,iX), giving a nioe
residence and an income for small Investment:
ALSO A PLOT OF 8 LOTS, glvin 120 ft
front on Monroe avenue, near Vino street,
Thexn make a hrst-cliiss residence plot In a
desirable locality. If not sold in oue plot will
sell above separately.
Lot 60x180, South Main avenue, adjoining
residenee of Smith B Mott, prl''e, $2,7oO; also
lots on Bock street and West End place. Only
A BEAUTIFUL HOME AT DALTON, PA,
modern house, spring water piped into it from
hill buck, baru fur three horses and two cows,
bonnory with cement1)! floor, young fruit
fine lawn, grand outlook; oue aud a half to
throe acres, as desired, (5,000.
Also lots of about same size on Western
Slope, Dalton. Call or address
SMITH B. MOl'T, Manager,
No. 421 Lack, ave. rear board trale.
CATALOGUE OF RKAL ESTATE FRGE
to all. Plee send for oopy. B. ERNEST
COMEGYS, Price BuUdinir.
WANTED BY Atf EXPERIENCED CAR
builder, a position. Address A. J.
REICH ARD, care Y. M. C. A, oity.
peculiar treatment of Campfleld. and
many are wonderiun at it. Give him a
show. Wilkes-Barre Reuord.
The flual game of tbe year between Bos
ton aud Brooklyn at Eastern park this aft-
ornoon was by no meaus a brilliaut contest.
rbe champions baa as tbelr pltoUer, Hod-
Hon, lata of the Bcranton club of tbe
Pennsylvania Butts league. Due cu curves
just appeared to suit Foutz's men. Eight
een hits were reoorded against him.
Oorcoran's fielding was a foatnre. Brook
Secretary Diddlebock'i bluff at expelling
the Bcrauton club from the Pennsylvania
league is "rich." Tbe Scranton State 1
leagueciuo nas not existed since Aug. 3.
and therefore eouldu't be xpelle'1, and
when it comes to blacklisting an Eastern
league club Mr. Diddleboclc is spouting
wind. He has called the Soranton players
to desert, bnt what will he do with tbm
whn they are blacklisted! Springfield x.
The Biughamton Leader thus eloqusutly
complains about our Larry: "It must be
that Prssideut Powers has a grudge
against this town and that hs wants to
torture the Binge while be is cutting short
their span of life. Ele why does be leave
Larry Kettrick here for such a long, loug
timer Larry ought to have been moving
some days ago. He ought to bave guns
somewliere else before this to thin ont the
grand stand population. Report hath it
that Larry was ouoe a fuuny man in a
minstrel aggregation, aud, judging from
umpiring, ba sems to bs laboring undir
the impression that he is still doing black
face comedy. A man can't take any com
fort looking at Larry's performance unless
he gets near a post so that he can lean up
against it occasionally aud sigh." It has
become an Eastern league fad to "Jolly"
Larry: bnt just tbe same be Is a tip top
umpire, and his newspaper critios all know
Pierce's Ilrd Won.
The pigeon race between tbe birds of
John Tyson abd Christopher Plnrc from
tbe Hyde Park bridge to Grassy Iaiaud
was flowu lat Saturday for tli a side.
Jobs Tyson's bird was liberated at 180 p.
ai., doing the dlstauce in 9 minutes and 83
seconds; Christopher Pierce's bird whs lib
erated at 4.45 and made the fly In 0 ruin
ates and 8 sncouds; distance, seven miles.
Tyson's bird was the favorite and wss
baoked strongly to win. Auother match
will be made.
a H. Clifford, New CasseL Wis., was
troubled with neuralgia and rheumatism,
ais stomach was disordered, bis liver was
affected to an alarming degree, appetite
fell away, and be was terribly reduced in
flesh and strength. Three bottles of Elec
tric Bitters cured him.
Edward Bbepherd. Earrisburg, X1L, had
a runuing sore on his leg of eight years'
standing. Used three bottles of Electrlo
Bitters and seven boxes of Bucklen's
Arnica Salve and bis leg is ouud and
well. John Speaker, Catawba, O., bad
live larse fever sores on bis leg, doctors
said he was Incurable. One bottle Electric
Bitters and one box Buoklen's Arnica
Salve cured him entirely. Bold by Mat
thew Bros, drug store.
On account of extensive alterations now la progress at ou gtoro, we will conduct a
SPECIAL CLEARING SALE
FB0M NOW UNTIL SEPTEMBER 1ST.
Dor purpose Is to reduce stock in order to aocommodate the large purchases we have made for the fall
jrade. Prices will be such that you cannot afford to miss this opportunity.
Immense Attractions in Every Department
Our limited space forbids any further details in regard to prices. "We only ask yon to visit us
tnd ascertain how cheap Dry Goods cau be sold under our new regime.
With the addition of 1,500 square feet of floor space, which with our present capacity will give
is 5,500 feet, we will be well Qualified to satisfy the demandj of our large and increasing business.
When finished we will have the best lighted, most attractive and convenient storo in Scranton, and our
LOW PEICE3 will continue to be our drawing card.
Pine Fibre Mattresses
Are NO W
Made and Sold
VERY CHEAP by
The Scranton Bedding Company,
HEART LAKE, Susquehanna Co.
3. E. CROFTJT Proprietor,
11HI8 BOUSE Is striotly temperance, Is sew
and well furnished and OPBCTtD TO
1H1C PUBLIC TUB YEAR ROUND; Is
ocated midway between Montroe an 1 Scran
on, on Montrose and LiHOKawaunt Railroad.
Ix miles from D., U Is W. R a at Alford
Station, snd five nxUi from Miotroii; oa
lacity, eighty-five; three minutes' walk ( rom
A. B. station.
qooo boat. fthimo tackle, Ac,
HIKE Ti OLKSli.
Altitude about 2,000 feet, equalling in this
espect the Adirondack and CUt.mUl Moun
"Aiua. Fine groves, plenty of shade and beautiful
icenery, making a Summer Resort unex
celled in beauty and cheapness.
Uauclng pavilion, swlum croquet gr frauds,
to. Cold Bpring Wstor and plouty of Milk.
Knt, 7 to SlO per week. t1.50 per
Excursion tickets sold at aU stations onD.
l. & W. lines.
Porter meets all trains.
European Plan. First-class Bar attsefaeS.
Depot for Bergner Engol's Tanohsuaer
1 L Cor. 15tb &nd FUbsrt Sts,, Phllada.
Host desirable for residents of N.E. Psnn
sylvaiila. AU oonventenees for travelers
to and from Broad Btreet station and the
Twelfth and Market Btrext station. De
sirable for vlsitinc Berautonians aad peo
Ills la the Anthracite Region.
T. J. VICTORY,
MR, FRED WE1CBEL
a.t his nowlv-renovatod and licensed Hotel at
CLARK'S rfUMMIT, is now prepared to fur
lieh traveling men aud suclx! parties with
die LATEST, NEW-8TYLED BIGS, single
r double, ti take them to 1-uku Wincda,
jravei Pond and all suburban points and
Summer resorts at reasonable prlcus. A lare
ivory barn connected with notel for travel
COME AND BEE US
CONCERNING THE PRINTING
YOU NEED SOON.
We can please your taste and
vants. Get an estimate,
The Scranton Tribune Job DepL
Shadowed by a Detective'
.?his woman is one of tbe mysterious tod
ute resting characters la our new Ds
I sutive Stery, toy Fergus Hume
il yuH uiv inicresteu ia uiiraycmn mjw t
ories you should follow the tortuous for
nes of tho hero of this story,
, We shall print it in Serial form.
GRAND CLASS A
BICYCLE RACE MEET
Green Ridge Wheelmen
Scranton Driving Park
August 22, 1891, at 2 O'clock
L. A. . Sanction and Race
Admission, 63c, Grandstand, 15c
The GENUINE New Haven
Kew York "Warerooms No. 80
E. C. RICKER & CO,,
Sols dealers la this Motion.
OXTICB-U1 Adams Ave., Telephone BTd'g
See our FIFTEEN DOLLAE Solid
Oak Bedroom Sett
We Sell Furniture as cheap as
any home in the country that in
tends to give honest value for the
money. Try us. .
205 m 207
JtlUfltAKUWTtHUilN8.no ether. AC0rn AKKVJt ckus.-w., masouio iojof".
For Sale In Scranton, Pa., toy H. C. SANDERSON, Drugjfist, oor. Washington
anil Rnppcn st.w. .
-u nn woews femnmnviT. ttt.t. and take no ether.
iVBend for olrouUr. Prloe 1.00 per box, ft boxes for $5.00.
TJK. NOTTM CHELVIIOAXt CO- - CleveUad Ohio.
byO. St. HARRIS, DmirBlst,
EVERY WOMAN a
flmst)tsssnasanllabla, ssentbly, iwjruIaUnf medlelns. Oalf hsmlsss IM
the porut eiuas shsuld bs nssd. If you want the bast, get
Dr- Pcalpc Pennyroyal PHIs
They an nipt, safe snd eertain In rssnlt The rsselee (Dr. Peal's) ev ilnp.
nulnt. fiwtaiirwhsrs.tt.00k Adlttu tzu. MaDIOUia Oe UOTSlmO, O,
For sale by JOHN H. PHElPS,
Spvuce Street, Scranton, Pa.
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING OCX
SCRANTON AND WILKES-BARRK, PA, UAKUrACTCRKRS Ot
Locomotives and Stationary Engines,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY,
Geaeral (Met, BCEJLNTOU, TJL
Lacka. and Adams Ave a.
Dr. EX Grewer
The rblladolpMn PpecleUst, and his associated
stall ot English and German physicians,
are now permanently located at
811 SPRUCE ST., SCRANTON.
The doctor lsasrradunte of the University of
Pernsvlvania,formerly demonstrator of physi
olovy snd surecry at the Medlco-Chirurgical
College of Philadplphla. A specialty of
Chronic Nervous, 6klu, Heart, Womb and
DISEASES OP THE NERVOUS SYSTEM
The symptoms of which are dizziness, lack of
confluence, sexual weakness iu men and wo
man, ball rising in tbe throat, spots floating
before tbe eyes, loss of memory, una Ue to cou
eentrute tbe mind on oue subject, easily
Startled when suddenly spoken to, and dull,
distressed mind, which unfits them tor performing-
the actual duties of life, making hap
piness impossible; distressing the action of
the heart, causing flush of beat, depression of
spirits, evil forebodings, cowardice, fear,
dreams, melancholy, tlra easy of company,
feeling as tired in the morning as when retir
ing, lack of energy, nervousness, trembling,
confusion of thought, depression.constipntion.
weakness of ths limbs, etc. Thane so effected
should consult us Immediately aud he restor
ed to perfect health.
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
Weakness of Young Men Cured.
If you have been given up by your physician
sail upon the dootor and be examined. lie
cures the worst cases of Nervous Dobility.Scro
fula.Old Soros, CatsrrhPiles, Female Weakness,
Affections of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat,
Asthma, Deafness, Tumors. Cancers and Crip
ples of every description.
Consultations free and strictly sacred and
confidential. Office hours daily from 8 a. m.
tcpm. Sunday (to 8.
tucioso uve 2-ceut stamps for symptom
blanks and my book called "New Life."
I will p yon thousand dollars in gold to
anyone whom I cannot euro of EPILEPTIC
CONVULSIONS or FITS.
DR. E, GREWER.
811 Spruce Street, Scranton, Pa.
awi ssceasWeak Memory, Lou of Brain Power, lleadaolie, Wakefulness,
EoitMaoU4,lfltUy Emissions, Servouness,alllralnsan(l loss of power
Uimwnrsj ssii rvvaa
icMilveMt f tobaeecopvani or stimulants, which lead to Inflrnitty, Con
l"mP"JnorVsM Psrsox. SforW,
Jit. Jia. .-.i PTT.T.
ver offered to Ladies,
I ed to married Ladles.
1ST I'enn Avenna.
Phsrmscl.t, cor. sVyomlng Avenue and