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TIIE SCHANTON TKIBUNE SATUBDAT MORNING. . AUGUST 18 1894.
Eanagcr Cabin Celebrates His Return Home
by Meeting with Defeat.
KELLY AND BIS MEN DID IT.
Tho Syracusans Also Lowor the
Plumes of Manager Shannon's
Wilkes-Barre Would-bo's Provi
dence Loses to Buffalo and Spring
field to Erie Standing of the Clubs.
National League Summarijs Base
Ball and Other Interesting Sport
IKE KELLY and Lis
uiiio ot celebrated
down upon Scran-
-n. ,l)U yesieruiiy, n
ViyWiVfl - Muncer Cahill's Iu-
dlana werei;iven ttu
other push down
the tohotBan o(
Eastern lutiifUH per
Btirro ulso lost to Syracuse inmniy
through errors, while Buffalo huuiblt'tl
the coralnj ehHwpioas and Erio cauie
very near shutting ont the tjpriuti.jliiJ.
The percentages of the clubs, num
ber of same woa end lost by each, ami
their staudiag In the league race is s
The Sorentnn Team Enjoys Another
This is the way it happened:
It wan the eichth lnuiua; with tin
score 9 to 8 la favor of Scranton, three
AllontowH men ou bust nn.l Kiiw
Kelly nt the but. Four bad bull from
lanky Mr. Qiurleg and the "Old Sport''
got astride his "churley bore'' ami
forced in the tieliiBrun. Mr. Sweeney,
No. 2, the new shortstop, bit a b-auti-f
ul bull to right field and scored Kilroy
and Baldwin. And thns it ended.
It was proved that we have itron :
batting Warn ami good fUMtri, leaving
the pitcher's box out of the question.
11 r. Quarleg is only fairly good. Cabiil
will uo all riybt. Jobuson is a star.
Patchen cannot be improved upon.
Hoover avur.ixs up well. Lehane is a
tonr of strength all arounl. Smith
and Hickey will get alotitf all right af
ter they have played alongsiile one an
other a few games more. Rogers is
batting well, bat he cannot play right
lioid. This is the only weak spot o.i
the team aud this gap will be filled np
The game was lost yesterday not
on errors but because (f poor
team work, and that tired field
ing, probably resnhimj from the
fact that our team was on the
road a good part of tu night an l all
morning coming from Erie. Ouo fl.'
that Smith and Hoover startel for
dropped within reach of either and an
other whlcn Rogers shouted that he
could get and which Cabill let go,
bounded away into ribt fi-'lJ. Then-'
two oases fit tnisjudgment were re
sponsible for the runs.
To make the a-otiy still more un
bearable, Mulligan said something
saucy to Mr. Kettrick and Was tint I
$10. Costello refused to go to the
bench aud several tiuies w is impudent.
Finally, Hettrick in th i eighth inning,
put him out of the gm-; but, at t'i
earnest solicitation of Ctptxin K-illv,
the punishment was changed to a
fine. Many were of the opinion that
Mr. Kettrick was too nil! nous, aim ez
prested the opinion that he is not a
good umpire. President Powers wis
present and can decide Lvrry's effi
ciency. King Kelly's .horn play aud
general freshness assisted very materi
ally iu making the audience tired.
The best feature of the gam was
Lehane's drive to left in the eighth in
ning, which brought in Patchen and
Hoover and put us ahead of Allen
town, - The game was ours if this la1
could only be increased, but Mr. (J larles
was not equal to the occasion, lie gave
three meu lanes on brills and two of
them scored before the side could
In the first inning Allontown had
three men on brisks wbmi a hot liner
was sont to Hickey, The boy cap
tured it and threw bis arms in all di
rections In the endeavor to touch any
thing smelling of peanuls. Kelly, who
was on third, being forced off by Kil
roy started in homo. Hickey threw to
head him off and the ball wus sent
from Patohen to Qaarles in time
to meet Kelly when be jumped
for the plate. Then came a
question as to who was out; whether
Hickey had touched third before Kil
roy reached it, whether he touched Kil
roy or Kelly, or both, and whether or
not Killy had been pnt out at home.
Ketiick deoided that Kelly only was
out, and credited the put out to Qaarlos
at the borne plate.
Here is the rest of the story:
it. ir. P.O. A. E.
Cahill, 2b 0 1 3 4 0
Johnson, cf 2 2 3 C 0
Patcbeo, c 'A 8 3 1 0
Hoover, If 3 3 1 0 0
Hoger rf 0 1 0 0 1
Lehane, lb 0 2 9 1 0
Hinith, us 0 12 4 0
llicki-y. 3b. 18 12 1
liluckburn, p. 1 0 I 1 0
Pbulan. rf 10 10 0
Totals....; 0 10 25 13 2
II. P.O. A. B.
Wood, 1. 1.. 10 10 0
Wis., 2b... 1 1 2 2 0
Kelley, lb 110 2 1
Sweeney, s. s 8 4 6 8 1
Mnlvey, 8b 1112 1
Itillipan, c 0 0 2 0 1
Cornelia r. f 1 1 i 0 1
Kilroy, r. f 118 2 0
Baldwin, p 2 12 10
Totals 11 11 27 12 6
Boranton 0 0280018 0-9
Allentown....4 0 1 2 8 1 0 8 x-11
Earned runs Scranton, 6; Allentown, 2
First base bv errors Scranton, 8: Alien
town, 2. Left on bases Scranton, 10; Al
lentown, 7. HtrucK ont uy ynanes, l;
jjhiuwiii, l. xnree Dase nits uoover,
Johnson. Sweeney. Two base hits Hoo
ver, 8; Wise, Costello, CahilL Smith. Sac-
riHce bits Cabill, keliane, (planes, Kil
roy, Stolen bases Uiokey, Wise, Double
Clays Cahill to Smith to Lehan, Smith
to Cahill; Sweeney to Klly, Kilroy to
Kelly. Wild pitches queries, umpire
neuncK. 'lime oi game .su.
states: After being Ineffectually treated
by seventeen different doctors for Scrofula
and blood disease, i was cured by Bur-
aocs uiooa Bitters, write mm lorprooi.
.GAIN, .-US. I
Of Couns, Thty Mlsht Have Won Wer
Th jr Bo Iuo'in-d.
WilKijs-Barrk. Pa., Aug. 17. The
game today between Syraouse and the
home team was f nil of errors and was
thrown away by Wilkes-Barre in the
first inning by poor base ruuning. Two
gitnes will be played tomorrow.
Weatht-r, fine. Attendance, 800. Score:
11. II. O. A. K H. II. O. A. B.
I.yttle, 2b..l 1 1 4 II Woldi, rf.. 0 t! 0 0
l'ettlt, ss..O 0 J 2 2 8im-n. If-. 1 0 0 0
MourmUb l 0 8 0 0 Min li'n.oUl 8 0 6 1
U.ittu, lf.ll 110 li liriiUn, rr.2 2 1 U 0
He'ts, rf.,,2 8 I) 0 Kni;:in. .1 8 5 6 1
Uilln,sb,.2 1! 8 1 1 T. Ili.ss. c.l 1112
.I.Hi-as, rf. l 2 0 O (i(;rc,s, as...l 1 1 ft 1
W'riuT.c.l 2 2 0 (i;C(inl. y. Ib.l 11 1 2
M'L'l'u, p..O 1 U 1 H.li.iruutt, i.l 12 10
Totals. .11 12 24 8 cl Total. .. U UW M 7
Wllkm-rarro 0 2 2 (I S 1 0 0 8- 11
Syracuse 4 2 II 0 1 0 0 0 X- 13
Kimietl ruim-Wilkei Hurre. "i; Syrnciiso. 7.
Firjt busj by orrora--WllUis IVirro, :i; Syra-cu-io,
0. Lett on liusoa Wilkt'ii ISiuto, ');
Sy racuie, 6- Firnt bus on bills -I Ml' hnrm-tt,
7. Struei out Urns. jMiiiuohaii, C'ro.
Three Imse lilts I.yttli (iillrD, Jlinin-bnn,
Kitkiau. liarnott. Two bnso hits Le.ottts
j Iiiiii'h.iM Knt-riflcu hiM Miunt'liaii. Mobm
lmsi-a ililloii, Wiimor, Mel andiHti, Wi'li-li,
Ooliley. Iiimblo pi ..ys t'rosa to Luirnii to
td .li v; r.'ttir. to i.vtt'o to !trania. jiu ny
Iilteher-Welch, Unlllu. L'uii.iru Snyder,
i iuio 2.0,i.
OTHER EASTERN LEAGU! RESULTS.
Providence. ...0 0 3 1 C 0 0 0 0-ld
ButTiilo 8 0 0 0 0 7 3 0 x-13
Bine hits Providence. 2: Buffalo, 17
Errors-Providence, 0; Buff do, 2. lUt
terios Sullivan, i.ovott and Dixon; Vitfk-
ery aud Urqnhart. Umpire Dueuer.
At New York-v York, 7; St. Louis.fi.
At Puiludiilphia Philadelphia, 29; L jihs-
At Washington Washington, e; Cleve
land, 9, i
At Heading Uarri-.l)irir, 11; Heading, 4.
At Pottsville Pottsviile, 12i Liiucua
At Shenandoah Philadelphia, ll;Shen
Rogers had one of his fingers hurt in yes
terday's game nnd was replaced by Phelnn.
Tho iiiHior broiiL'ht in one of the runs with
whi'.-h we are accredited. Borers' muff
was due to this injury.
LOCAL WHEE! ING NOTES.
Winans in one of the fastest half-mile
riders In this section of the country.
Entries for the races at the Driving park
on Amr. 22 are coming in tliiclc and wist,
and all tho events are bound to be hotly
The Green Bide wheelmen will hold a
social on the lnwn in front of thdr club
bou-o Wednesday evening, in honor of the
Gilmoro and Newman, two of the men
who will represent tli Scrnutou club in
the reces at the Driving p;irl; ou Au'. ,
are riding new 18-pound wheels.
The Scranton club is well supplied with
racn:g meu aud should be weil represented
In the races on Aug. 22 at the Driviui park
by Newman, Uilmore, Garduor and
The bicycle clubs of this city have very
few club runs. The clubs of New York
and New Jersey have regularly scheduled
club runs weekly, and d-iive much physi
cal bei.ent and enjoyment thererrom.
Menzo W'llllann, a foreman at the Dick
ton works, is a gentleman who thoroughly
eulovs i yclincr. Ho is a lover oi coiiutry
ruus and a fa-.t rode ruler. Last Tuesday
l e rode over to Lake Ariel in nb iut two
hours, re'urning th same evening,
The Green Ridge wheelmen have already
received entries from almost every Cl i-n
A rider in New York, New Jersey and
Penn-ylvauia. Among them being tb'i
following: Ji'lin B. Coaler, Pot'sv He, Pa.;
Buy Dawson, Bnontnn. J.j W. N. Price,
PhilaiHi'hi.i. 1'a.: Frunn E Dmip, Drook-
lyu, N. Y.: E. W. bat U: Wilk.-s-Barre;
A. i. D llei.ii'irrer, Lingunmtou, i
Uo to 2 o'clock yesterd iy thirty-nine en
tries had been received This is an un
usually large number, for as a rule tli!
majority of the entries no not arrive unti
nbout two days before tlio rares. Johu B
Coarser will be remembered n the man
who defeated Banker, the great Pittsbu.g
rider, here July 4 in the milo race.
BEHIND THE SULKY.
Old Orchard and Lawrenco hold th
boards for good meetings this week.
The New Hnmpshiro brooders will hold
a most successful meet this fall judging
from present appearances.
The great horse fair nt Rigby will fol
low the Old Orchard meeting. It will pay
drivers an 1 breeders to attend if possible.
Arion nsd Dirtctnm will ra'-e the great
est heat of th year at tho New England
Breeder's meeting. So say well informed
Miss "Dot" Hutchison, a fearless young
horso woman, will accompany .Mrs. Crosby
in a special exhibition nt the Now Hamp
shire Brooders' meeting.
The formation of tho southeastern ITassn
chusetts aud Rhode Inland trotting circuit
is being much talked of nt present. Then
are certainly enough horses iu this section
to make the ven ture a success.
Entries close Friday for the Saugns
meeting Sept. 3 to 7. New England
horses have not had very good luck in the
grnnd circuit thus far, but just watch
them travel at the Breeders' meeting this
The managers of tho Rigby mooting met
yesterday to cotisidor the entries fur tho
races which will come off Aug. 21 to 25.
Tho track is being put in splendid condi
tion and a large attendance is expected at
Yesterday Old Orchard opened its third
meeting of the season with a largo entry
list. The policy of the management in ad
mitting ladies free of charge proves vory
attractive to the fair sex nt that famous
watering resort. '
The list for the groat stallion race at
the New England Breeders' nieetiug this
fall now stands as follows: Diroctum,
(2.U5,'i); Arion, (2.1,7); Kremlin. (2.U7);
Nelson, (2.("J), and .Voii'ietcn, (2.10). Thero
will be three moneys, 0'), 2U aud 10 per
Everything Seoms Wrong
to the dyspeptic. Tho world is
upside down; the times are out
ol'joint; he's ready to turn his
buck upon It is best friend.
Now, the thing that oftcuest in
wrong with dyspeptics, is their
choice of a remedy. It seems to
lie between drus and medicines
on tho one hand and tho Carlsbad
Sprudel Salt on the other. They
can't bolh bo right; thero's too
much difference in their methods
and in their results.
Carlsbad tho Sprudel Spring
at Carlsbad has been curing dys
peptics for hundreds of years. Its
natural Bolveut and Htimtilating
properties correct perverted nu
trition, repair waste, and bring
back a healthy digestion and ap
petite. The only genuine imported
Sprudel Salt ("the water solidified
at the spring ) has tho signature
of "Eisner & Mendelson Co.,Agts.,
New York," on every bottle.
P0IPOURKI OF SPORTING EVi-NTS.
The cyclists of ReaHnir are talklnn
of getting up a big race meeting there.
M. F. Dirnnereer. the crack Buffalo cy
clist, has assumed the management of tnn
The colored racinir 1ackeU made a ureat
hit. They are the prettiest foature yot iu-
irouuceu ou a bicycle tracn in tnis coun
try. It is reported that Tim Hurst will prob
ably manage the bantam-weight cham
pion, Billy Plimmer, at tho close of th
base ball seasou.
It is now assorted that the Chicago cycH
show will 1.8 held in January, from the
seven tu to tho twelfth, duplte all reports
10 me couiraiy.
At Hammonton N. .T. on Wednesday.
Charles Lodge, of tho Kiverton Athletlj
association, lowered the track hulf-mile
record from l.lO1 to 1,13.
It is reported time Zimmerman has sen ;
home for a well known Aiueiican make of
wheel to try abroad. This would indi
cate a break in the Raleigh arrangements.
It seems decidedly odd to aoe a woman
holding the ribbons on the race track, ye:
airs, uroaby bnudles her fast mare, Lniina
B with a skill not excelled by auy mascu
Ernest Roebor, the champion Graeco
Romuu wrestler, is now in Hamburg,
where ho Ins rhalle iged all foreigu chum
pious for J2.5U0 a side, and the Police
Unztte championship belt.
Jltumy Carroll, b. ing elated over hh
drawn contest with Andy Boweu, has is
sued a challenge to fight tiio wiuuer or tin
McAuliffo and Griffo coutodt iu the Sea.
side AUihuic club tor a purse.
While c&uteating lu a pigeon shooting
matuu in Uih Cutnwirtsn valley yesterday.
Bogor Dixon's gun explod-d an.l tore nfi!
two of ins lingers. Ills baud is so badly
lacerated that it may have to hu ampu
tated. Authorities on the horse predict tint
within live years the aumml will be so di
veloped aud pel footed that, the almost I? -credible
time of a mile in 2 00 will le
reached. When Maud S wont the circle u
2. Ul people opened their eyes and concu.
erfd that no horse ever could knock down
that record. Then ciiiuo JayEyetHW to
thke a good slice off the tltne, mid finally
Nancy Hunks with a record of 2.04. "Sure
ly the ftorld do move."
Advices from Ogden, Utsh, stato that
Hurbert A. .Sado, who came from New
Zealand some yenis ago to hlit JmLu h.
Sullivan, recently got in a dispute iu i.
barroom and was attacked by three men.
Hlu'.lc knocked one of them out, and threw
another heavily, disluoatiug his shoulder,
but the third would have wiped Slude off
the earth, for ho pullod a Colt's revolver
and wasabotlt to shoot wheu the bartender
and a bystander grabbed the man and
seized the gun. Slude then fou,'hi him tip
uud down aud wai badly beaten, being
New York city lias secured tho llrst na
tional exhibition of bicycle and cycle sun
dries. It will be under the auspices of the
new trade organization, nt the Aladisou
Square garden, commencing Jan. 19 and
coiiiiuuiug until Jan. 20, )(U5. The great
biieivs.- of tne national cycle i-how given a;
the Muilis n t-rpmre garden lnsi winter
aud the numerous rnpiests of tne leading
manufacturers throughout the country
that the comiugshow hhould be given ii
New Yolk materially influenced the ex
ecuthe committee in inaKiug thistle is
ion, aud will uniioubteiily meet the hearty
approval of the entire trade.
crnnon h 1-sal- 6Trk-t
Scranton, Aug. 17. Fiiuit anoPbodccm
Dried apples pe' pouu i, tl i7c. : evap
orated apples, 1 In 14c. per pound; Turkidl
primes, 5a.")!o.; K ig isli curr.uit", 2i2'.;
layer raiiius, tl.75al.tj: m iscatels, $1 O'lii
Beams Marrow-fats. $.1 .403.50 per
bushel; mediums. fAnoal.O I.
rKAS ureeu, 1, lfal.2b per bushel; split,
f2.Mia2.HI); lentils, 5 to Sc. per pound.
Potatokh New, per barrel, i2.4un2.50.
Onions Bushel, boc.
Bi'ttek 17c. to 22c. por lb
( hkkrk 8lue. prio.
Eons Frush. ltlanc
Mi: ATS Ha ns, 13-.; small hams, 13'".;
s 'a lulled hams, Uo. : Cililo.-nit luras
9 ';.: shoulders, 0,-.; bellies, lic; Hm.keil
bienkfiist bacon, l'Jc.
fJfoKKl) Bekf-Out dd.s, 18c ; tots,
lac: lasiibs and Kauckl-s, IU e. A-::r
x iced so. Oked beef, 1 p UU I cuiH. i!.l.
I'oitK Mess at $15; -h rt cat, il l.
Lahp i.eaf in tiMi.s nt llu.- lu tntu,
9e.; In 10-pound palls, m 6-poiinil
I ail, li, ,-.; 8-pound pails. IDs. pa
pound; compound lard tierces, 7c; I ibs,
life.; lOpound palls, 7c. per poind.
5-pound pas, 7jc. per pound; 3-poiiui:
pmls, Be. per pound.
Floor Minnesota patant, per barral.
M.i.i a4.'J."; Ohio and Indiana amber, al
f3.25j Urabam al f8,50; rye flour, at
Fked Mixed, perewt., aM'..23.
GBAtH-Iiye, fifte.; corn, 04 to 070.; oats,
45 to 55c. per bushel.
Ryk IStkaw l'or ton, $13al6
Mothers! JlIothrs!! Mothrslll
J'rB.W'iuslow's Soothiug Syrup has been
nsed for over lifty years by millions or
mothers for their children while teething
with p- rfect success. It soothes the child
softens the gums, allays all pain; cure)
wind colic, and is the best remedy for di
arrho!a. hold bydiuggists iu every part
of tho world. Be sure and ask for "lire
W'lnslow's Soothing .Syrup," nnd tnko no
no other kir.U. Iwenty-live cents a hot
Fir.K or sei.f.ct I'otwtt,, No. if."., ism.
A N ORDINANCE PUdVIDIXG Fell TH15
I- levy and eolloctlon of lieenso tnxes ujioj
polos erected nnu ma-nriiinnfl lor tho con
veniunc i mid support of electric wires with
in the citv of Scr niton.
! E this 1. Ii it ordsinod by tho Relent nil
cnninion councils of ttie oily of Scriinton, and
it Is hereby on'ainel by tho authority uf the
same, 'lhat all telegi-aph, telephone, electric
liiiht anil street rut way po'ns and anyotltor
poles now erected or horonfter to he erected
for tho conveyanco or support of olee.tria
t. iresror i r iht upon any street, lane, allnv
cenrt or city urouortv within tho citv t'
Iju'.intoii, wliich aro or shall ho owned by ny
rorpornt'on. partnership or liellviiunl other
than the municipality itself, shall be t ohw
nuted by the naino or initial of such owner or
owners, and each uf said polis shull havn a
distinctive number nnl also bear the word i
'Tost no bills," which, too ther with the
naino or In it ai, shall bo lovthly mrirkod with
oil paint upon the poles s i dusiifnatcd.
Kk , 2. It shall be tho duly of tho owners t
mark tho poles now erected within ninety (li)
(lays after the passage of this or !iniii.o ', nnd
any poles unreal ter no oo ernctou within thirty
(80) davsnfter their erection.
Hf.c. S. It sliall be tho duty of ovory rik-Ii
owner or onhera on or bi t re Apr 1 1, lanA,
nnd annually Iheroafter to iiiinly lo theeiti-
t.iwsurer forallceuje to mainta n th-. iola
lie reioture crecieii lor inn eu lung year, speei
Tying tho poles to be niainlaineil by their lies
tunatiou as provided for lu this ordinance.
and t heel v trensuror snnii issue sncn iicoiimi
to gin-b applicant upitn payment to him for the
use of the city of the sum of fifty rents for
each and every polo authorized to be main
tained thereby, whinh license sliall nut horU'i
the maiutenai co of the polen designated In
such application only for the period of ouo
year, to b computed from the llrst day f
April or each and every year, and no longnr.
S c. 4. Wltliiti ono year after tho passaito of
this ordinance, an polos now sinnmug anil all
emus arms at tached thereto shall be Tainted
a nuiform dark groon color, and all new polen
am arms hereafter ere -ted snail lie similarly
painted within six months after their vroo-
Her. A Tl. ahull bo the duty of the Bolieo do
partment to make a seini-annunl inspection of
tne poles Herein sp'icnn'u im ruporv miv tii
latioii lu the marking thereof of such notes to
the street commissioner, who Is hereby mn
powered and direct il to remove any such
polo or poles found without the proper markH
of idenilllcatlon required by this ordinance.
Hao. ti, Any pomon, co-partnership or cor
poration fill ing to tak" out tho license herein
before mentioned or refusing to pay the II
cense tax required by this ordinance, or who
shall violate unv othor provision thereof ex
cept In tho marking of tho polls shall ho sub
ject to a penalty of five dollars ( 3.tw) for enol
and every 11. use. to bo sud for and recovered
in the man. ii r now provided by law for the
recovery of like penalties, and the erection or
ninlntenaneo of any finglo polo lu vlolution of
the provisions of this ordinance shall constl
tuto a i.lstinct and separate offense thereun
der. Hue. 7. The eity clerk Is hereby directed to
publish this ordinance oncoaweeS for throe
eeks In two daily now spapers of general cir
culation. In the city of Bcrauton.
approved Aug. 10, lsui.
W. U CONNELL, Mayor.
Taifs of all hinds cost that mucft, ea
apt Situations iranfci,uiAicA are insert
nENEttAI, AOBNTS WANTED BfTLl.
ing new articles to doalors; exoluslv .
territory, no competition, no capital required;
an to !KX) per cent, profit, t'olumbia Chumi
rnl I'd., Wit )nnr)rn St . Chicago, III,
Kelp Wanted Male.
MEN TO SEBL BAKISO PDWDKB TC
tho grocery trade; ateadv oinnlnyment;
experieneo .uiiiiucessary; JT5 monthly salurv
and expenses orcein. If offer Nitlsfttctory ad
dro-s at )lr0 jth particulars concorulnt:
yourself, U. H. Ohetalcal Works, Chicago.
K-OH KEXT- pivii OK SIX BOOMS. AB
ly e-3 uoriuiaa street.
IOll UKN i ONK-IIALF STORE. 1211
L I'enu uveiiuo. (.'HI per month.
I.OU kB.MT-NH'KBV-Firit.sIHHiiD HAIjIi
i. snltalil.i for lodgo rooms. JOU. JKlt
M N, 111) Wyoming avenue.
A BCIliri t'Tfi' NOTICE-COMPKTITIVEi
JV plans and poo Mentions aro Invited for I,
city buiiuiii'.-to bo n o I lor lire department
house uiel police patrol station. A prospcotuti
ol the building, may i,e ,.,n at the oitlce of the
city cloi-K, nl which olllce tho said pinusaiic
Bpoi-Plcatlons are to h" sulimitted on or beforf
W cdiiesihiy, August 2i, By order of citj
. M. T. LAVKBLE, City Clo.k.
beraiitun, Pn ,Iulj :'4, IrlU.
onoE is iii:r.Ei!V oivex the stock
wi'ivm oi an" iscranton Axle worki
t tho annual mooting wr tho tho elecikii'
Ullicei'M IlTlil tin. t,.i.i ti,..tln ..f .
bnwineaa as may .o-!ie heloro the meotinif
he helil m. ;.; i.llic i tf the company, al
1' faiito-'. '' nir.luir A,,...,t 'l lui.i
o clock p.
HO, jj. EH WIN, Secretary.
Tuiiton, l'. Aug. i, Isiil.
IdCKIloLDiOKs,' HEE liN'ti-TllE IPUN.
la I'late tilaiH cotuoaiiv. I h.i mnm,
't:iif of fltu stecdhold as of the Bi iita I'late
lilnlitFi.Uiu I ... ..i .. ...
, -"--p-'j - uiu iivuhi.u oi tnructol
hi .oiiipiiy r, r
nu ior tuo iranaactiou ot such other businea
us iuj cuiuo iioiore inem.wiu he held at th
olltco ot the company. No. ill I u. kawnvii..
I'Oini", Scranton, L'u., on Wedno day, KPi,
hh, It-DI. nt 2 o'ciock in lllo i.ii.-i noon
JJENI;Y 1'. IlinVI-.I.I.S, .-err, t iry.
A BAB UA.NUICAI' WU.B UK P..AV1.D
at lhiimas Logan's, Pricoburg, com
mencing Slouilav. Ai gi t20; BiiHh Saturday.
AM.rlluf '.'1 Al, T. ....... .Ill ...li i. ..
v iKaii i in a hi kl lo 1110 Oll-
irancetee. ()p;ii to .ill conieri. Ad entrio
iu.t h.i mad not later than Monday, August
I. Uunr. K'.i. . I, .hu u.,,..l...... i
Kaishook, liandic ppera
Vroy ANT 1 KEL1C KEl'BIN'J
X. I'l'ink Leslie's llluuttv,t,.) w....ui.. vcn.
1 lusirat.o.m IS'",. i'w ,, Volumes Folio,
ii.5i; piiyablemont ily. Si lll. Jei vered by
express comp el.', prepa d. Aililress P. O
J1UOUV, Ulrt Ulbiim etreet, Seranton. Pa,
LANu liOOK.-s. i AJIi'hi.Eirt, M..HA
I Z'ues, etc., bounl or relKmnd at Tin
'J i ihiwb olllce. Quick work, heasonabl -I
MEAi, 'ilCK'TS CAN BR HAD T 141,
corner ; nruce street and Franklin ave
nue. 'Iwenty uieal ticXots tor ssAiu. Uimil
In bin board.
Notice of C issolution.
roUCE IS IlKKKUV UiiGa Vii AC Till
nnu unown as l loruy & Holt is lilts Oa
liissolv. d by unit nil :uent, Jonn H. H
ret ring. The business will, i a cin imiedb,
V. M. l lorey. who ussmnes 11 in lelitodness
of the firm, and tu wuom all debt) duo tho
li: iu must lio paid.
C. M. n.OREY,
.1. H.i U. lloLT.
Serantor, Ba., Aug'ist 1:), 1-H4.
ltTV-B or M'ir'lia layor. I t of lh.
ii Hi' ni'io ii vi hunt, Pa., dct-c:a-d.
I ..-it- r' o admin sti-a lo'i upon th ab v
nam I e t.ito h bee- urant' il to th-
u 1 : s. : e i ad i -r nils miv n : chi ms or do
ni n-is .gainst said es: at" w i present then
. ..i- ; n .-in n' a ul '.osi in I bt. d .hon.-t i wil
pi s i hi k i.. m -d :t p. m m to
wL,L.u.U, WAH -K.i' & KN'APP.
Attnr'ioys for Estate.
JOHN TAYLOR, Aunt.,
o y. baid. Pa
1' application will b--line o to tho court o
comnion i leas of Lackawanna comity oi
7'nuday, the seventeenth day of SeitemlH3r
1S:4. at li o'clock, a. m , under the iniviaioat
of tiio act of uHHcmlily, entitled, an act to pro
vide for the incorporation and regulation ol
rrrtaiu corpora ions, npproved April 21), ls;i
and t ie supplement thereto by K.ra JL Rip
pie, Fred ,f. Ainsden, Willinm Illume, Join.
Burn, John T. llowo, Kole rt C'. Clark, Kd
ward L. Buck. Franklin W. Martin, V ill E.
Cahoon and others subscribed thoreto, for th
charter ot an iutendedcnrpor.ition toberallec
"(trainl Army of the Republic Memorial ol
Scranton," ti.o character and object of which
is to erect and maintain a buildinc
in tho city of t-crnutoii, 1 ackuwanm.
county, Pennsylvania, which shall bo a memo
rial to nil Union soldiers, sailors and marines
of tho war of the rebellion of 1S1 to lsitt; tt
espocialiy purpi tuato tho iiam"S and memo
ri"s of such soldier, tailors and marines at
entered tile service from the city of Scranton.
to provide a place for the collection of record
and relics reining to the history of tho war
to maintain a place of meeting fur tho veter
ans of said war, and auxiliary associations
tu promote tiontinuuits ot patriotism and do
votion toward our country and her institu
tioiis, and to cultivate ami maintain fraternal,
social and b "lietlcial rolatioiiH with tho voter
aus of the late war ami their families. Alio
for these purposes to have, possess and eniov
..II .1... t..l.f l......nifd n.wl ....I..II ...
nil inu nn".s .luii. n.r. miii ,iiuoK,.n f0,
furred by the act of nsiemhly aforesaid and
The said proposed charter is on file in tin
oftico of the prothonotary of auid county, No
7iia, Soptember, T, 1SH4.
F. L. II iTCIICOCK, Solicitor.
NOTICE IS HEREBY tHVEN THAT AN
application will bo made to the Oovernoi
of Pennsylvania on Monday, tho second day
of July, iS'.il. by Watts C. Van Klarcom, W.
Howard Withers, Eilmund A. Utrtl, David
Stiruka and Louis J. Hiehecker, under tho Ael
i f Aiscmhly, emitted "An act to provide foi
the inenrporation aud regulation of certaii
corp rations, " approvod April 2d, 1S7-I, alu
the EtipiileiueiitH tlieretn, fur tho charter o!
an tntomlod corporation to bo called the
Crescent Coal Mining Company, tho charac
tr and nbiectof which is tlio mining, propar-
t.... .....U... ....II ...l .1... 1 ...
lUK in imii.i v oiui i-i-iuiifc mi till IICO U OOal
It d fer these purpos es to have, possess ant
enjoy all the rights, lienellts nnd prlvileeos ol
said Act uf ABseinbly and supplements thereto
PATTERSON & WILCOX,
Re 1 1 Estate.
O VESTMENT AULNCY.
oilers bargains as o l ows
CITY BUSINESS I'KOPERTY.
40 ft. front by Ml ft. deon, on Bpruco
street, ronts fur Slot J10.O0C
w it. ii-imt uy oo loet uoop, on &pruco
street, corner alley ,. jo.301
i nesw Huretuer giTo eo it. iront on s,irucc
street iietwu n I'snn and trai Kiln, with alley
en aide. Spruce street property is advuuclng
CITY RESIDENCE PROPERTY.
CORNF.R MilNRuE AND VINE streots,
lot soxsn, two uweihiiKs, SH. lio. giving a nice
rcsideiico sua nu luoi mo tor small investment'
ALSO A PLOT OF .1 LOTS, giving 120 ft.
rront on mo roo avenue, near Vine street.
Tliixo niii: i tlrst-elnss rusldenco plot in a
iiei-iruiiiw lucHiuy. xi not sum in one plot will
sou huutu nouariiieiy.
W EST SIDE.
Lot 50x1 HO. South Mniii avenue, atjolnlng
rcsideneo of Smith B. Mott, prh o, tS.'W; also
iuih on nuca Hiiuet auu w eat &uu place. Only
COU TRY PROPERTY.
a nMu or uu nuiiici ai UAiii'UM, r.,
modorn bouae, H))rlng watr piped Int i It from
hill back, barn for three horses and two oows,
honnery with rnmentel lliair, yonug fruit,
fine biwn, grand outlook; one and a half tu
three acres, as desired, 15,0(10,
Aiso lota of n boat same size on Western
Slope, Dulton. Call or address
SMITH B. MO I T. Manager,
No. 421 Lack, ave. rear board trade.
CATALOGUE OF RKAL ESTATE FRKE
to all. Please send for copy. K. ERNEST
COMKOYS, Price Building.
ttrANTED-BY AN EXPEli
t builder, a position. . Address A. J.
tililtUAKU, care Y. U. U .
On account of extensive
Our purpojo is to reduce stock iu order to accomniodato the large purchases we have made for tho fall
trado. Prices will bo such that you cauuot afford to miss this opportunity.
Our limited space forbids
and ascertain how cheap Dry Goods
With the addition of 1,500
us 5,500 feet, wc will bo well qualified to satisfy the demands of our largo and increasing business,
tt hen finished we will have tho best lighted, most attractive and convenient storo in Scranton, and ouf
LOW riilCLB will coutiuuo to bo our drawing card.
Made and Sold
VERY CHEAP by
The Scranton Bedding Company,
Opening Event of the Soason.
WKDM.-.SUIY I VK AL'tilBI' 83.
Grand Spectacular Production of
OtJltU CUS ACC. SsOniK.S.
iC ES OF BPLI.ND'lB.
Owen D. Joneg (Edui ud Drury), as.. I.icliard
J si phRa hoiii" as..IJei v VI and i 10 m nil
Will in Kicinrds s ...D ike of lh.ckiui.uim
ri iss Mary Loduskle Young us Qmen E iznln th
Miis !ilo i ewisus i uch , o V' rk
Misb Kit'ie M c.ii.o as Lady Ai nan
60 - .1 Q ,-t Compa iy or Flny Po i; lu .'()
sual I rices Sao cf rseivd eats will
begin at P. web's m isle t .1 1 .,ln luc.
Revised official Froramma
OF TJJE GREAT
iiaural Hill Park
Sept. 6nd7, 1894.
1. Mer do!8Soh'i'8 "Hunting Sung " for
choirs not to exc od JO in number.
Pub ishe l by Ltilson jOOl
3. 'tileri." (Mozart), lor t -.th .Uo ' hurch
CnoiiK, i.ol to exceed 6U iu nuinimr
and not lesi t i.m in litiuibi-r 2i)0
3 "Z .mpa uv irtur-i," by H -iol l, lor
bras- and rued bands, not to ex ee l '&
V eei s 30J
4. ''S'ar hp inglud Bui n. r," ior puoiie
school cno.i'i i lt 10 exceed II in uuiu
ber. No Kchul..r over l(i yearB ot a.e
to parol ip .e i-i th s c nitesr, an 1 tho
lea !ers or din lectors of the vai l in
choruses tujst be teachers or s h ilars
ot tno various schouls the c intostiug
choirs r present 7H
And a Uold Medul to the louder.
5. "The Martyrs of the Arena ' for lnnlo
parties not to exoeo l 41) and not less
than 'Si in number, with qu ir.et 15
0. "Woliliuorgeii," a (ierniun glno, by
Ku hlor, lor Guruian pa ties no leas
than III aud not over Sti In uumliur.... 1IU
7. "i he Uridal of the Uinls" and "My
True Love Hath My Heart," both s -lecterns
pub lshed by Novello. For
fouiale p u iies n. t to excoed IK) in num
ber and not less than V) 100
8. Doube Vjuartot, "Tho Sea IlatU Its
Pearls," -oprano, Alto, Tenor and
Bass. Plnsutti. Published by Novello, 40
9. Quartet, "Madeline." by J. i Kocckel.
Dltson & Co., publ shirs ;.D
10. Duet,"! ho I wo l ards (V Ddau Aweu
yihl), by I'lirson Price IB
1L Soprano, "TUo Promised Laud," by
Paul Kodney, in E Flat. Boozy, pub
lisher, Now or J8
12. Contralto. "Guard My Beloved One,"
by Angolo Machoroui. boozy & Co.,
IX 13aritmie,"Toreadoi-, ' by Ulzott Dlt
son & Co., publishers ,,, 13
11. Tenor. "Orpheus and liis Lute," in B
Pint, by Sir Arthur -ullivaa. Shaw
Philadolph a, publishor
IS. Cornet Solo, "I ho Secret," by Hazel.. 1
111. "Tho Wanderoi-," by Schuberi, b.-iks
solo from 30 standard son a, for bass
voice, by the John Church Co 12
17. English oration on "Duniul Wobster."
Time, fifteen minutes 2
18. Welsh ltocuation, "Caraotacus' Solil
oquy," by Mr. John 11. Powell, Scran
ton. Mr. Powoll will nlso not as adju
dicator on this collection 12
19. AMpeelnl I'rl.e of ft 1 00, and gold
medal to leader, Is to bo awardid for
tho best rend tion of "Hallelujah
( boms," by brnssaudreed baiids,nuin
boring not loss than lil and not over
gj pieces. Carl Fischer arrangement.
1. That the adjudicators are authorized to
divide prizes where merit bo equal, and to
withhold prizes whore merit be iusii iHcieut.
S. That tlio committee sliall have power to
nominate othor adjudicator Instead of any
who uiHy he incapacitated by illuuai or other
3. i rotcsti concerning any decision or any
competition, phall not be mudo atanv of tlio
sessions of the festival, I u' shall bo for
wardod in writing to thesecrotary at tho tlmo
tho alleged causuarlsos,
4. Should only fiNE choir or bandonter In
Noa. 1.2,3 and 4, the c nnpetllion shall be
withdrawn. In tho choral cmi ntitions nn !
the m ilo nnd female competitions the accom
pununent shall ho linutul to the piano, tne
American organ, or both. Choirs and parties
may provide their own accompanists.
5. The double quartette, the quartette,
duet, and ma e and fe male solos and tho cor
net s do will uso tho pianoforte onlv,
t). Should auy choir sing out of tune, the
prize will bo awarded to the choir giving the
most Intelligent rendi Ion. This rule applies
only to the chief choral seloctlou.
7. Choirs and competitors (vocal and lnstru
niont;d) mustsud thoir namiH to tho secre
tary on or bofora August 20, IM4.
8. If noo 'sary,cotnpolltors will ba expected
to attend preliminary contests.
9. The committ'oreservei the right, should
circutnstanrea make It necessary, to hold
minor contests in auy hall that canbeseenrod
for such purposn,
10. Tho festival will be held on the days
advortlsod, hut in case tho work will be more
than can be accomplished on these days
sessions to terminate the work will be held
ou Saiurdai , Sept. 8, 18114.
Central Railroad of N. J.
oPECIAIi EXCURSION RATES AND
SPKt.'lAL, TWAIN TO
WASHINGTON, D. C,
supreme lodge, Knights of Pythias,
August 27 to Sept 5, 1894.
For this occasion a special train of elegant
coacbes and uffot parlor oars will leave
8 rnnton at 7 a. m. on Monday, Aug. 27, and
returning leave Washington at 10 a. in. Ang.til.
Special excursion tickets from Stran'ou
will be sold goo i to go on any train Aug. 151 to
28th Inclusive and for return until kept. 15
FAUtt tOB IBB ROUND T11IP, 7 81.
alterations now in progress at our
NOW UNTIL SEPTEMBER 1ST.
Attractions in Every Department
any further dotaila in rrrrvrd tn nria. XVa nnlv oV n icti-
can ba sold under our new regime.
square feet of floor Rr.fLP.tV wlllp.ll Wtrll
GRAND CLASS A
BICYCLE RACE MEET
Green RHge WhstaD
Scranton Driving Park
August 22, 1891, at 2 O'clock
L. A. W. Sanction and Race
Admission, 63a GraniamJ, 15c
The GENUINE New Haven
JTew York Wareroom3 No. 80
E. C. EICKER & CO,
! Bole dealer! In this section.
: OTFICB-lQ Adams Ave.. Telephone BTd'g
See our FIFTEEN DOLLAK Solid
Oak Bedroom Sell
We sell Furniture as cheap as
any Iionse In the country that in
tends to givo honest varae for the
money, 'fry us.
05 m m
J nuniptlen or Insanity
V4ny mall prepaid, WI
. u .1Niw.-inl.rf.itlllil themoner.
aLfOHEJlNl) ArVtRUSINQ.no other. AddreM MtUVK BEKII CO., Masonto 'ieaipie, v,uiw.u
For Snlo in Scranton, Pa., by H. C. SANDERSON, Drugijlst, cor. Washington
tnrl Snrpco (itl'oots.
i iFv. ,T. l' MtMu i, iiuimo. inwouiuiBviniuiiu ui. iiivnev. no a pi f ,iv perimx. i-i.ai
Korle liyO. M. HARKIH, IMuiigUfc X7 l eun Anenue.
f3 M S7 .
lUiRAS KRIe Cairn
heln. tad Aliet beiun
.oii.uml'lion ei Idui
riL, en ouiina
Forsalt by JOHN H PHEIP3,
Spvuce Street, Scranton, Pa.
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO.
BCMANTON AMD W1LK US-BARRE. PA- 1IANPFACTCBER8
Locomotives and Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
store, we will conduct i
OT3tirriTiriTiT s n wtt -
mil Tirpcnnf nononiftr- will ntn
Lacka. and Adam3 Aves.
Dr. EX Grewer
The PhilarHphls Ppecisl'st.and his associate
staff of English and Oerman ph'-sic'ans,
are now permanently lorntcd at
811 SPRICR ST., RCRXTON.
The doctor Is a graduate of the TTni versitv ot
Pennsylvanla.formerlv demonstrator of physi
ology and surgery at 'the aiedico-Chtrurgical
College of Philadelphia. , A specialty of
Chrnnio, Nervous, Skin, Jleart, Womb ana
Blood diseases, i,
DISEASES OF THE FERYJS SYSTEM
The symptoms of which are dizxliess, lack o
confidence, scxuul weukness la men and wo
man, ball rising In the throat, spo'a floating
before the eyea, los of niemory. uni ble to con
centrate the mind on one subject, easily
Startled when suddenly spoken to, and dull,
distressed mind, which unfits them for per
forming the actual duties of life, making hap-
f iness impossible; distressing the action of
he heart, causing flnsb of heat, depression of
spirits, evil forebodings, cowardice, fear,
dreams, melancholy, tire easy of company,
feeling as tired tn the morning as when retir
ing, lack of euerjv, nervousness, trembling,
confusion of thought, depression, constipstiou.
Weakness of the limbs, eto. Those so affected
should consult us immediately and be restor
ed to perfect health.
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
Weakness of Young Men Cured.
If you have been given up by your physician
call upon the doctor ana bo examined. He
cures the worst cases of Nervons Dohility.Scro.
f ula.Old Seres, CatarrhPUes.Pemale 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, (ifllce hours daily from 9 a. u.
to 9 p. m. Sunday 9 to t
i.n. .use hve 2-ceut stamps for symptom
blanks and my book called "New Life."
1 will psy one thousand dollars In gold tn
anvone whem 1 cannot cure of JCPILliFTIO
CONVULSIONS or FITS.
DR. E. GREWER.
311 Bpruco Street, Scranton, Pa.
Tbl wMdtrfrl vmnij full
ftb&V'Qavtjl w v bv IliSaiW V I mmmmw m Kaiocr tu ntravi
eo.es. such as Weak Memory. Los.of Brain "'."."PS;
Lost Manhood, Nightly Emissions, N"""n"'nll?,,V
Vrtie. , -.
flrrular free, sold by all dnurelsts. Ask for it,
i ircuisr i rrV. i-.-.m ... y;--
nl m - "" lTOfMi4ttfniiriTTMrrii
, DR. MOTS
Tho great remody for nervous prostration and all nervous diseases of
the grneraure omaiu of either sex. such as Nervons ProitraUra. ratt
ing or Lou Maahoed. ImpolencT, Nlgklly Kqilsslons.Vnuthf nl Krruri,
Mental Worry, eiees.lve use of Tobncco or Opium, which lead to Con
suiuptlon aud Inianllr. With everv Hit nrder we five a written suae
Will br.ee yon npls a week. Sold with WIITTIJ
p.rTous lability, i.oit of Heinai rower in nn.i
from arte oen.e,
it n.Untd. encb tronnlee lens
Uf, ll.nn per boi hj meil, 6 b"i fer WUS eTr
ore.T w- eire a written irnuetiiee tn cure or teniae me Boaer. ana'
Pharmacint, cor. Wyoming Avnu an
Chsneral Offlc SCE ANTON, FJL
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