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THE SCRANTOK TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNINGr, AUGUST 21 , 1894.
We Have Met the Enemy and We ire
THAT IS, FOR THE TIE BEING
But, Weather Permitting, Today Will
Witness Our Revenue The Latest
Acquisition Goes Down Before
Syracuse Erie Takes a Game from
the Leaders and the Bisons Defeat
Springfield Standing of the Clubs.
National and State League Results.
A Compendium of General Sporting
made in ad by the
she bai sustained tin)
past two weeks, yes
terday not au ounce
of satisfaction ly
taking ft gitne from
Manager CabiU's ag
gregation, bat, eon
sideriui; the short
while the membvrs
of the homo' team
have beau pluTiutr
togotber, aud tbe conssquent lack of
team work, made quite a creditable
showing alouuside of tbe pride of tbe
town near Horanton. Syracuse was
also victorloua over Klug Kelly's ruen,
thus placing tbe home team. Wilkes
Barre aud Syracuse a tie in the league
race with a percentage or ,5ilf). The
leaders for the pennant lost to Erie aud
Buffalo defeated Springfisld.
Tbe percentages of the clubs, num
ber of garnet) won sad lost by eacb.and
their etuuiliug in the league race is as
Won. Lost. PerC't.
Trovidouce SO 31 M
r.ufifalo 57 45 .6.VJ
Eric .... 4i 37 .5."t
H-rauton U U .500
Wilkt's-Barre... 44 44 .500
Syracuse 40 40 .500
FpriUKtield 43 4 .453
Allentown 23 04 .SSI
WE LOST THE FIRST.
Wllkee-Earre Won the Opening Gam
of tat Serine.
Wilkes-Barhe, Aug. 20. Scranton
made a splendid showing against
Wilkei-Barro today, but wns unable to
win, although the boys from up the
creek bit tho ball almost us bard as did
Delaney, late of Biochamton, made
bis first appearanc as a Scranton
player and was a trill wild. Bid gave
five men bases on balls and bit two
others with tbe sphere, practically
waking Wilkes-Birre a present of
seven base hits. Had Delaney bad hot
ter control of tho ball the result might
have been different. Whitehead, an
other Binghauitou player, covered
third for Se.au ton, aud although he
did not distinguish himself with the
bat bis field work was good.
Two home runs were made during
tbe game, Johnson, of Scranton, send
ing tbe ball over the right field fence,
wbile Campfield, of Wilkes-Barre,
drove the ball into tbe extreme corner
of the grounds. Tomorrow the two
clubs play at Scranton. The score :
n. n. r.o. a. e.
Lyttle, 1. f. 2 3 3 o' 0
(Shannon, 3b 3 3 1 4 0
Kearns, 1b 3 1 13 0 1
Lezotte, r. f 3 0 0 0 1
Bi-tts, c. f 1 2 1 0 0
Uillen, 3b 0 10 3 0
Warner, e 0 0 6 0 1
JIcMahon, s. s 0 0 8 5 0
Campfield, p 2 2 0 S 0
11 11 27 15 3
B. H. P.O. A. E.
Cabill, 2b...; 2 2 4 3 0
Jonnsoa, cf 2 2 1 C 0
Pntchen, & 0 2 3 3 0
Hoover, If 1 0 2 0 n
I.rhsne, lb 0 0 U 2 0
Hickey. if 0 110 1
Whitehead, 8b 110 2 2
Smith, ss 0 0 3 2 0
Delaney, p 1 2 2 6 0
Totals 7 10 27 18 8
Wilkes-Barre.O 0 3 0 2 0 4 1 111
fccranton 0 1 3 0 1 1 1 0 07
Earned runs Wilkes-Barre 7, . Scranton
5. First bnse by errors Vilkes-Earr 1,
Scrauton 2. Left on bases Wilkes-barre
0, Scranton 6. First base on bulla Off
Campfield , off Delaney 5. Struck out
By Campfield 4, by Delaney 8. Home
runs Campfield, Johnson. Three bnsa
bits Lyttle, Shannon, Johnson, White
head. Two base hita Cahill (3), Patchen,
Stearns. Sacrifice hits Butts, Stolen
buses Betts (2), shannon, Oillnn, Hit by
pitcher By Delaney 2, Wild pitches
Campfield, Umpire Doeacher, Time 1,55.
OTHER EASTERN LEAGUE RESULTS.
At Buffalo Buffalo, 14: Springfield, 2.
At Erie Erie, 8; Providence, 4.
At Syracuse Syracuse, 14; Allontown,4.
Brooklyn 5 4 3 1 5 2 0 0 x-20
bt. Louis 0 110 10 0 10-4
Hita Brooklyn 19, St. Louis 5. Errors
Brooklyn 3, St. Louu 6. Batteries Ken
nedy and Dailey, Clarkson and llillor.
At Now York
Now York.... 3 2 1 0 2 0 2 1 x-11
Cliirago 0 0031000 03
Hits New York, 14; Chicago, 10. Er
rors NbW York, 2; Chicago, 2. Batteries
Iiusie Bnd Farrall; Griffith and Schrivor.
Philadelphia.. 2 2 1 4 0 0 0 7 0-10
Cleveland 1 000000001
Hits - Philadelphia, 21; Cleveland, 9.
Errors Philadolphin, 1; Cleveland. 4.
Batteries Weyhing, Harper and Buckley;
Young, O'Couuor uud Zimmer. Umpire
Emperor Charles II,
accompanied by half tho nobility
of Austria, went to the Carlsbad
Springs for the recovery of Lis
health. Six thousand six hun
dred horses, so tho town records
say, were necessary to convey the
company to the place. Tho Carls
bad Sprudel Salt can bo obtained
at every drug store in the United
States now at trifling cost It is
the best remedy for catarrh of the
Btomach, constipation, liver and
kidney troubles, gout, rheuma
tism,otc. Best results are obtained
when out-door exercise can be
had. Be Bure to obtain the gen
uine imported article, which has
the signature of "Eisner & Mon
delson Co., Sole Agents, New
York," on every package.
Baltimore 1 040000006
Pittsburg 308030001) 7
Hits Baltimore, 0; Pittsburg, 11. Er
rorsBaltimore, 2; Pittsburg, 8. Battor
ies Esper, Hawkes and Robinson, Mene
fee aud Mack. Umpire Betts.
Washington... 1 0104020 0-8
Louisville 0 0230080 0-7
Hits Washington. 13; Louisville. 8. Er
rorsWashington, (5; Louisville, 3. Batteries-Maul
and McUuire; Knell and
Grim. Umpire Hurst.
At Boston Boston vs. Cincinnati, post
poned on account of rain.
At Lancaster Lancaster, 12; Reading, 8.
At Uazletou Ilazletou, 13; Philadelphia,
At Pottsville Pottsville, 11; Bheunn
EASTERN LEAGUE MUDDLE.
Board of Aibitrutlon of National Lsagua
raises Upon It,
New York, Aug. 20 A mooting of
the board of the National Base Ball
league was held at the Fifth Avenue
hotel this morning to consider charges
brought by the Pennsylvania Stute
league against the Eastern league.
Tbe board went into session shortly
before 11 o'alock. By noon the state
ments of both sides ware presented to
tbe board. The argument between
President Powers and Secretary Did
dleheck was very warm at times. Mr.
Powers said that he was perfectly
justified iu the step be had
takou. He charged Diddlebook with
acting without tho counent of tbe di
rectors of the clubs comprising bis
league. Diddlebock, he said, had no
financial responsibility, aud tue Penn
sylvania State league was in a bad way
anyway. Mr. Diddlebock retort 1
with a challenge to Mr. Powers to
prove that he had uo fiuanoial respon
sibility, lie bad financial interest iu
one club and carried proxies for tbe
After listening to the arguments of
both sides the board found that the
Scranton alub in releasing its players
prior to disbandmaiit had a perfect
right to reorganize aud enter the
In tbe case of the Allentown club
there was no evidence to show that tue
players bad been raleasd prior to di-t-bandmeut
on Aug. 10 The players
ore therefore subject to the acceptance
of tbe Pennsylvania State league. T.
protect the iuterests of the Alleotow i
players the Pennsylvania state board
was ordered to render Allentown play
ers a coutract and req lest for his ser
vices within ten days from date. If
such a eontract is not presented to u
player he can consider himself released.
When tbe contract is oft'erel he is the
en me as if he were bald in reserve.
Later tbe board passed upon tut
claim made by Mr. Diddlebock, in be
half of th Pennsylvania State league,
to the services of tbe Allentown play
ers. They decide that the league as a
body cannot sign the players, but tiiat
the individual clubs mnst tender
contracts to the players. The
board also desires it to be under
stood that no right is conceded to tbe
Pennsylvania State league to parcel
out any ot tbe Allentown players to
any club not a member of its associa
tion. Mr. Diddlebock of the Pennsyl
vania State league made a written for
mal request on President Young for
the services of the Allentown players.
H0GAN JOINS ST. LOUIS.
a Asked for Hts Bslsaaa from the Cin
Martin Hogan, the ex Saranton cen
ter fielder, is no longer on the pay ro'l
of the Cincinnati club. He asked for
his release a few days ago and it was
granted to bim.
Immediately after deserting the red
stockiugs of Cincinnati Hogan signed
a St. Louis contract, and will play
with that club in Brooklyn today.
Anson seems to favor big men. He has
a nine of giants.
Scranton and Wilkes-Barre are now tied
for fourth place.
The Franklin Stars dofeatod the Hall
stead Hustlers by a score of 19 to 'J yester
day. Stein is Brooklyn's winning pitcher. He
is doing as effective work as any twirler
in the league.
Ouarles will pitch for Scranton todav
anil says he will do bis utmost to defeat
his late companions.
Manager Hanlon is said to have wag
ered more tbau 1,000 that tho Baltimores
will finish the league race in third place or
Pitclior Delaney has signed a Scranton
contract nno: Alanager Calilll stated lnt
night thnt 'iliird Baseman Whitehead will
Duffy now leads Delehnnty among the
heavy hitters or tue national league by
four points, topping the list with a per
centage of .427,
He la a wise man in his generation who
can foretell anything in base ball. Potts
ville Miners' Journal. Especially under a
management like scranton a.
The Wyoming Stars challengo the Scrnn
ton Juuiorsto a game on the High School
grounds on eunesaay at H.30 a.m. E,
Tropp, manager; W. Hughes, captain.
Hickey, who played right field for Scran
ton yesterday, contributed much to Scran
ton's defeat. He will be put on the bench
today and Friel sent- into right field. The
lattor's auklo, which has beon sore for
some time, is now in good shape.
"Manager Zorr has telegraphed for
Patchen, who formerly caught for the
Scranton ciuo. in is manes ruurteen mou
on the pay roll, nnd Manager Zerr savs
that he intends keeping them all nnd use
all efforts to win the pennant." Thus say
eth the Pottsville Miners' Journal,
The Actives, of Providonce, challenge
tho Electrics, of Taylor, to a ttaine of ball
Vv'eduesday at 4 p. m. on the Driving Park
grounds; the Penn Avenue Comets fi.i
Thursday afternoon, on same grounds aud
sumo hour; the Olypliaut llrowm Junior,
at Olyphaut for Friday afternoon.
The Pottsvlllo Miners' Journal admits
that the State league is tottering. HhzIh
ton has reduced salaries and Caiilain Con
roy has gnno to his home in Puiladelpliiu.
Harrisbnrg and Lancaster are in arremi
with their dues to the state organ .zatin;:
and now Allentown breaks tho circuit. It
is extremely probable that there will soon
baa six-clun circuit.
There is a report abroad that the Louis
ville club will make a fight for Pitcher
Hudson when the league holds itsaunuul
meeting, on the ground thtt some time
ago, when Manager Bnrnle was casti'ig
about for pitching talent, he agreed t; give
(500 for Hodson,an offer that whs accepted
by the Sciautou club and acquiesced Iu by
Hudson at that tune, buhsequeuily, how
ever, Uodson changed his mind.
Critioliing Young Lady.
"She would be a pretty girl for but one
"What's thatr asked Charley.
George Her faoe is always covered with
purple and red blotches.
Cunrley Oh, t hat's easily enough dis
posed of. Used to be the same way my
self, bnt I caught on to the trouble one
day, aud got rid of it in no time.
(leorge What was itf
Charley Simply blood eruptions. Took
a short course of P. P. P. 1 Ml you, It'
the boss blood corrector. The governor
bad rheumatism so bad that you could
hear him holler clear across tbe country
every time he moved. He tried it, and
you know what an athletio old gent he ls
now. If somebody would give Miss Daisy
a pointer, she would thank them after
wards. All the drug stores sell it. ,
Lesson In Curiosity.
The 'American artist, Waldo, was once
very much aroused at hearing in the New
York National .Academy of Design the
sharp criticisms of a group of girlish art
students. Waldo Bent an invitation for
tho students to come to his house to see
his pictures and studio. There he enter
tained them with au account of his studies
ut the ltoynl academy in London.
The president of tho Koyul academy at
that timo, he told them, was Sir Benjamin
West, who took a deep interest in the
American students iu London, partly be
cause be was born an Amerlcau citixon
and partly because he knew that talented
children In this country did not have the
same advantage as European children in
the development of their artistio taront.
One day tbe sjnall American colony of
students treated the president to their
opinion of the pictures in the Royal acade
my exhibition. Sir Benjamin West simply
listened, and at the end invited Waldo to
dinner the next week.
After dinner the president called Waldo's
attention to Home small wood carvings.
Patiently Sir Benjamin West pointed out
the graceful lines of the carving and per
sistently called his guest's attention to
some attempt at giving the characteristics
"The first lesson for a man of taste,"
said Sir Benjamin, "is to learn what to
admire. Any snvago can find fault. And
never forget it is the peculiar province ol
the artist to see, to point out and to per
"After that," said Mr. Waldo, in con
cluding the story, "I was very careful in a
picture gallery. If I liked a paintiug J
said ko; if I did not admire a picture 1
went to the next."
The girlish students glanced ut oue
another. They understood why Mr. Waldo
had narrated tho incident Some, at least,
of that group lutvo not forgotten that flip
pant fault finding is not art criticism.
A Typical City of the Pueblo Indians.
Islcta lies on tho Atlantic and Pacific
railroad, upon the western bank of the Ilio
Grande, on a lava promontory which was
once an Island, whence tho town takes its
Spanish name. Its Tee-wahu title is Shee-ah-whib-bak.
Its population, according to
the census, Is a little less than 1,200, It Is
nearly surrounded by fertile vineyards,
orchards of peaches, apricots, apples, cher
ries, plums, pears and quinces, and fields
of corn, wheat, beanB and peppers, all
owned by my dusky neighbors. The
Pueblos own over 110,000 acres of land, a
part of which Is reserved for pasturing
horses and cattle.
The people of Isleta are, as a rule, rather
short in stature, but strongly built. All
have ningulflcent depth and breadth of
chest and a beautifully confident poise of
the head. Most of the men are wonder
fully export hunters, tireless runners nud
line horsemen. Besides ordinary bunting
they have general hunts for rabbits in the
spring, for deer and antelope in the fall
thoroughly organized, In which vast quan
tities of game are killed.
Their amusements are many and varied.
Aside from the numerous sacred dances of
the year, their most important occasions,
they have various races which call for
great skill and endurance, quaint social
enjoyments and games of many kinds,
some of which are quite as dlllloult as
chess. They are very fair weavers nnd pot
tery makers. The women are good house
wives, and mnst of them excelleut seam
stresses. C. F. Lummis in St. Nicholas,
Politeness and " ruth.
You imagine it is not polite to be plain
spoken. My dear, there are times when to
be merely polite is to be a toady and a
Biicak. There are times when politeness is
a pillow of hen feathers, wherewith to
smother honor nnd strangle truth. If all
you care for is to be popular, to go through
life like a molusses drop in a child's mouth,
why, then, choose your way aud live up to
it, but don't expect to rank higer that mo
lasses, and cheap molusses at thut. For
my part I would rather be outspoken in
the cnu.se of right, even if plain speech did
offend, than be a coward and a woolly
mouth. Somebody once lived upon earth,
the example of whoso thirty odd years of
mortal environment vi e are taught to pat
tern our lives close upon.
How about his politeness when he talked
with the hypocrites and rebuked the Phari
sees? How about his policy when he drove
tho money chungers before a stinging whip
and championed the cause of the sinful
woman? Oil, I tell you, the soul that is
always looking out for the chance to score
one for the winning cause, and throw up
its lint witli the crowd J hat makes the most
noise, is poor stock to invest in. Iu the
time of need such a friend would turn out
worso than a real estate investment iu a
Calumet swamp. Chicago Herald.
The Limits of the Steam Locomotive.
The most experienced railroad men feel
that tbe possibilities of steam practice are
nearly readied much greater speed is not
practicable. A maximum of ninety miles
an hour, with a running speed of sixty to
seventy, is all that can be hoped for uuder
the very best conditions which can be pro
vided. The limitations are numerous aud
they are well known to all engineers. The
maximum speed of which a locomotive is
capable has not been materially increased
in a number of years. The schedule time
has been shortened principally by cutting
down grades, straightening curves, filling
up ravines and replacing wooden struc
tures by permanent ones of iron and stone;
by tho use of heavy rails, safer switches,
improved methods ot signaling, the inter
locking switch uud signal system, the abo
lition of grado crossings; iu short, by im
provements in detail and management
which permit a higher speed on a more ex
tended section of road because of greater
safety and the greater degree of confidence
inspired in the engine driver. Frank J.
Sprague in Forum.
The Cultivation of the Tomato.
The flavor of the tomato depends much
upon the manner of culture, and one may
be as critical in tho matter as in the flavor
of a strawberry or a peach. On cold, heavy
soils and allowed to trail on the earth, the
fruit is watery and insipid, as well as in
fested with worms. Select the warmest
and lightest soil possible, set tbe plants
far enough apart for the free access of buu
anil air and provide a trellis or tie them to
stakes as fast ns growth requires. Over
production, too, If allowed, will be a dis
tinct loss Iu quality and appearance.
Eaten law as u salad, stewed, baked,
escalloped, halved and broiled in crumbs
like au oyster, canned for winter use, or
made into soups, catsups ,and pickles
What other vegetable offers a greater or
pleusanter variety to the palate? It is cer
tainly good enough to merit some pains la
its cultivation. Boston Transcript.
Sir William Turner, of the University of
Edinburgh, who tins made a careful study
of the whale, calculates thut one eighty
feet long, in order to attain a speed of
twelve miles nn hour must exercise a pro
pelling force of 145 hrri power.
Mothers! Mothersll Mothsrslll
Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup has been
used for over fifty years by millions ot
mothers for their children while teetblnf,
with perfect success. It soothes tbe child,
softens tbe gums, allays all pain; cures
wind colic, and is the best remedy for di
arrhoea. Sold bydingglsts in every part
of the world. Be sure and ask for "Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and take no
no other kind. Twenty-bye cents a bot
Mrs. M. Echaknuergkr, Beaver Dam.,
Wis., write; "We have nsod Dr. Thomas'
Eclectrio Oil in our family for Coughs,
Colds, Croup and Rheumatism. It cures
Tanft of ult Wndi eoif that tnueh, m
epe Situation Wantd,whiok or intert
Help Wanted Male.
MEN TO BELL BAKINO POWDER TO
the grocery trade; steadv employment,
experience unnecessary; $7S monthly salary
aud expenses or mm, If offer satisfactory ad
draw at once with particulars concerning
yoursulf, U. 8. Chemical Works, Chicago.
WANTED - A MAN WHO UNDER
atands cooking for lumber camp. In
quire Wedueadar, Hoom SI Commonwealth
buildlnar, corner llpruce aud Washington ave
nue, bcranton, Pa.
WANTED-M1NEH8 AND MINE LA
borers for the bituminous coal region
of Western Pennsylvania. Oood miners oan
enrnJJIa dnyand more. The work la steady
all tho year round New comers unacous
tome 1 to work in soft coal are guaranted IU
(lay tor thirty days to give them ample time
to become lined to thu work. For particulars
call at Westminster Hotel, Bcranton, Pa.,
Tuesday and Wednesday.
FEW BOAHDEKM WANTED AT 211
South Main Avenue.
lodging within live minutes walk oi
Mu.ua Taylor Hospital. Address U. d 11.,
I rihiine tittl e.
)U ill N I -ON -HALF STOKE.
1'onn avenue. $' per mouth.
IOR RENT T A O FL'RNIHHED FRONT
1 ri iim-t, suitable for two gents or married
coup e; use ol both given. 110 Franklin Ave,
IXJRKUNT-NK'EL,Y-FUrf - IBHKD BALI
P siiltHhlx for lodge rooms. JOHN JEU
MYN, 11!) Wyoming avenue.
Horaes at Auction.
stable, Hcrsnton, on Friday, Au.. !!4, al
1 o'clock p. m (joun.l youni work horses and
drivers. W. B. MOORE.
A KCHITKCTS" NOTICE COMPETITIVE
V plans and Niiccificntiuns are invited for a
city building to ti ubed for lire department
liotiso and police patrol station- A prospectus
of the building may he xoen at the office of the
city dork, ut which office the said plans and
specifications aro to be suhmittod on or before
Wednesday, August 'ti, liill. By order of city
M. T. LAVELLE, City Clerk.
Scranton, Pa., July III, 1M4.
CTOCKHOLDERH' MEETING THE BON
O ta Plate Olass company. The annual
meeting of the stockholders of the Bonta Plate
Ola'w Company for the election of directors
and for the transaction of such other business
as may come before thorn, will be held at the
office of the company. No 111 Lackawanns
avenue, Scranton, l'u., on Wednesday, Bept.
I'Jth, 1MH. at t o'clock in tho afternoon
HENRY T. HOWELLS, Secretary.
OHAY'S EXPRESS WILL CALL, AT
O Scranton every day but Saturday; in
C'nrbondalo. over day hut Monday. Leavt
orders at Courud's, M.i Lackawanna Ave.
YOU WANT THIS RELIC REPRINT
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express complete, prepaid. Address P. O.
MOODY, BIS liibaun street, Bcranton. Pa.
BLANK BOOKS, PAMPHLETS. MAOA
linos, etc., bound or rebound at The
Tuibunh office. Wuick work. Reasonable
MEAL TICKETS CAN BE HAD AT 144,
corner Bpruce street and Franklin ave
nue. Twenty meal tickets for &J.&U Good
INSTATE OF HARRIET LYMAN, LATE
xj of the township of Mudiaon, Lackawanna
county, Pa deceased.
Letters tostamentary Uon the above-named
estate having been granted to the under
signed, all peri-ous having claims, or demand?
against tho said estate will present them for
payment, and thoso indebted theroto will
please make iinmodiato payment to
V P. VAN BRUNT,
MILES A. LYMAN,
WATSON & DIEHL, Attorneys for Estate.
"INSTATE OF JACOB A. COLLINS. LATE
U of tho cltv of Bcrantf.n. county of Laek-
a anna and ttiitn ol Pennsylvania, decens-d.
letters or administration upon tue above
named estate havinc bjeii granted to the un
dersigned, all perions having clidms or de
mand ngainst the en d estate will present
them t r payment and thoo indebtid theroto
will please maae lmmiuiato payment to
E. D. COLLINS, Administrator.
G. W PEACE, Attorney.
CCRANTON REAL ESTATE AND IN
H VESTMENT AGENCY,
offers bargains as follows:
CITY BUSINESS PROPERTY.
40 ft. front bv St) ft deep, on Buruoo
street, ronts for $100 $10,000
40 ft. front bv 50 loot aeon, on spruce
street, corn or alley 10,500
These together give HO ft. front on Spruce
street between Penn and Franklin, with allov
on side. Bpruce street property is advancing
CITY RESIDENCE PROPERTY.
CORNER MONROE AND VINE streets.
lot MxH.-i, two dwellings, W.iU). Hying a nice
resnienco anu an income lor smau investment;
ALSO A PLOT OF ii LOTS, giving IS) fU
front on Monroe avenue, near Vine street.
Them make a first-class rmidenre plot In a
desirable locality. II not soiu in one plot will
sell above separately.
Lot GOxlHO, South Main avenue, adjoining
resideneo of Smith B. Mott, price, $4 ?U; also
lots on nock street anu w est cua piace. only
A BEAUTIFUL HOME AT DALTON. PA..
modern house, xnriug water piped hit it from
hill back, barn for three horsos and two oowa,
hennery with cementld floor, young fruit,
Ann lawn, grand outlook; one aud a half tt
throe acres, as desired, $5,000.
Also lots of ii bout sime size on Western
Slope, Dalton. Calf or address
SMITH B. MOTT, Manager,
No. 421 Lack, ave. rear board trade.
(1ATA1.00UB OP RFAL ESTATE FRKF
J to all. Please send for copy. R. ERNES!
i dM' IIY. Hrl- Raiding.
TKI H'lu. WANTED BY A STRONG.
I hea thjr man ss watchman or any bun-
at wo k I'. II., UM Summit av nue.
V II I ATR of VV AVT ED BYA YiUnT,
i girl of 18 vea a ss crpvlst it ceik n
,tori). Adiiress'M (UIE HLRKE, 1D10 lluii
son street. Keninli n l a.
U;an'ied-by a young man op ai a
position lis bo kkoniier, rXier lenni
and good references. VYiViriir ' beuln m
small wnlies. Address R. T.. Ill ' O ''en hldg
U.VKI.. BY Act EXPERIENCED CAB
bullilir, a position. Address A. .
PEICHaRD, care Y. A. C. A., city.
rHOM THt JUO&t'S SUNO.
Robert J.'s record Is now S.Mtf.
Mascot seems to have bsd too mnoh rac
ing. Budd Doble fives Arion 2.07, all his
Allerton, .09K ,B to Bla bow
signs of lamenehs.
Wbirlpjg has set tbe work for 8 -year-old
pacers at 2.1(1. 1
Joe Patchen Is said to be tbe handsomest
pacer in training.
Fred Tarsi is to ride Agitator In tbe
Fruturity. Fred thinks be bad a good
A pneumatic-tired road wagon li
no veil y seen on the street of Philadelphia.
The ten days' pooling at 1 Buffalo
amounted to abont 1700,000.
Robert J.. 8.04V. now holds ths best
record for a 6-year-old paoer.
Silicon reduced bar record from 9.18 to
S.13H in winning the Terra Haute $24,000
futurity stakes, ;.,...
On account of extensive alterations now In progress at our store, wo will conduct a
SPECIAL CLEARING SALE
PE0M NOW UNTIL SEPTEMBER 18T.
Our purpoao i3 to reduce stock in order to accommodate the large purchases we have made for tho fall
trade. Trices will bo 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 you to visit vg
and ascertain how cheap Dry Goods can be sold under our new regime.
With tho addition of 1,500 square feet of floor space, which with our present capacity will giv
us 5,500 feet, we will be well qualified to satisfy tho demands of our large and increasing business
When finished we will have the best lighted, most attractive and convenient store in Scranton, and our
LOW PEICE3 will continue to bo our drawing card.
Pine Fitore IZCattresses
maae ana bold
VERY CHEAP by
The Scranton Bedding Company,
Opening Event of the Season.
Wednesday kve., august u.
Grand Spectacular production of
IsCK.vES OF SPLENDOR.
Owon D. Jones (Edmund Drury), as.. Richard
Joseph Ransome as. .Henry VI and Richmond
Wllli.im Richards as. ...Duke of Buckingham
Misa Mary Loduskle Young as Queen Elizabeth
Miss rillte Lewis aa Duchess of York
Miss Kittle McCabe as Lady Annuo
BO A Great Company of Fifty People 50
I'sual Prices, gale of reserved seats will
begin at Powell's music tore on Monday.
ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY.
l'KIUAY, AUGUST 24.
The Laughable Comedy-Farce,
THE NEW BOSS AND HOSS
Presented by C. F. Bertram's Comedians,
HIE FUNNIEST SHOW ON EARTH.
Introducing all tho LATEST SONGS, POP
ULAR PARODIES, NOVEL DANCES,
and tho London craza, "Linger Longer
Lucy," a Song and Dance by
four young ladios.
PRICES-J1, 75o., 50c and 25c Sale opens
(Jentral Railroad of New Jersey
SPECIAL EXCURSION RATES TO
FOR THE UNVEILING OP THE
Soldiers' - Monument
On Thursday, Hog. 2a IB
Bpnrlal excursion tickots from Scranton
will ho sold good to go on any train on Aug.
23 and for return Aug. !8 or 24.
FAR' FOR ROUND TRIP, fa 07.
DEPT. . . .
EVERY description of Job Printing
in the best style of the art.
Promptness and Punctuality a
Experienced, practical and com
petent men in charge of each branch
of the work.
We do not make a sham show of
cheapness and curtail the quantity (
or quality ol the work.
Dancing Orders, Hangers,
Cards and Posters a
BUI Heads. Note Heads, etc., printed
at short notice.
Estimates on all kinds of printing
small as well as large,
The Scranton Tribune Job Dept.
IS ONE OF THE BEST EQUIPPED
I X .. L l 11 i- J.. !!
1 GOSSIP FOR CYCUKS.
W. A. Brady, manager for Pugilist Cor
bett, says: "Arthur Zimmerman, the
American bicycle rider, is making a pile
of money. He is winning right and left,
and Parisians simply lionize bim."
The orack bicycle raoars, Tyler, Taylor,
Arnold, Coleman, Graves and Nelson are
now at the Waltham track and there Is
likely to be soma fast work before long.
John S. Johnson, tbe bloyole racer,
again denies tba report of bis intention to
turn professional. Ut says that Class 3
amateur racing is good enough (or bim.
Remarked by R. C. Joiner, of Allen P.
O., Hillsdale Co., Mloh.: "Nothing gsva
my rheumatism suoh nntek relief as Dr.
Thomas' Eolactric Oil-believe It infallible
GRAND CLASS A
BICYCLE RACE MEET
Green Rife Wheelmen'
August 22, 1894, at 2 O'clock
L. A. W. Sanction and Race
Admission, 50c Grandstand, 15c
The GK5TUINE Xew Haven
New York Warerooma No. 80
E, C. KICKER & CO,,
Sola dealers In this ssotion.
OITICK IU Adams Ays., Telephone B'l'd'e
yVTflr-"Ofc "rSL -l,"",Sstyj-'ssM.ffnaa.fc. 34w --Crsfri' Fiw
See our FIFTEEN DOLLAR Solid
Oak Bedroom Bet?
We sell Furniture aa cheap aa
any house In the country that in
tends to give honest value for the
money. Try us.
205 AND 207
wisea lata itv
sumption or Ini
UdREANOAfTtR USIaO.no otUor" AdUreis
For Salo in Scranton, Pa., by H. C.
fK&Jssiir' sumption and insanity. With every order we olve a written guar.
iiTiuiiiiuL aniee toeura orrefund the money. Hold at t.UO porber. O noise
cttUSUIU. tor,. l)Jtt.MOTT'lClikMlCALCO.,tlevluud,Uhlo.
!. M. HARKIx ItrugUt, 11 I im Avenue.
Btf OlUt AND ATTKtt
Vnr ii nyO
IDA RAM . KB urara
on.umntloa or Ium.
- oror wn m a
prti.r WD iin a
FSaL Ml mrlKli
Foreale by JOHN H. PHELPS,
Spvuce Street, Scranton, Pa.
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO.
SCSANTON AMD WlLKCft-BABBE, PJl, flANUFACTUREBS Of
Locomotives and Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTINS AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
General Oilics. SCEANTON. fJL
Opp. Court House.
Lacka. and Adams Ave 3.
Dr. EX Grewer
The Phllartolphla Specialist, and his associate J
staff of English and German physicians,
are now permanently located at
811 SPRUCE ST., SCH AN TON.
The doctor is a graduate of the University of
Pennsylvanla,formerly demonstrator of physl-
olouy and snrecry at th
College of Philadelphia.
A swcialtv of
t nronio, rtervous, Bsln.
Heart, Womb and
DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM
The symptoms of which are dizziness, lack of
confidence, suxual weaknoss in men aud wo
man, ball riling in the throat, spots floating
before the eyes, loss of memory, unable to con
centrate the mind on one enbjoot, easily
startled when suddenly spoken to, and dull)
distressed-mind, which unfits them for per
forming the actual duties of life, makinghap-
?lncss impossible; distressing tho action of
he heart, causing flush of heat, depression of
spirits, eril forebodings, cowardice, feur,
dreams, melancholy, tire easy of company,
feeling as tired in the morning as when retir
ing, lack of energy, nervousness, trembling,
confusion of thought, depression, constipation,
weakness of the limbs, etc. Thoso so affected
should consult us immediately and be restor
ed to perfect health.
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
Weakness of Touug Men Cured.
If you havo been giron np by your physician
call upon the doctor and be examined. He
euros tlm worst cases of Nervous Debility.Scro
fula.Old 8ores,CatarrhPiles,Femalo Weakness,
Affections of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat,
Asthma, Deafness, Tumors. Cancers and Crip
ples of evory description.
Consultations free snd strictly sacred and
confidential. Office hours daily from tl a. in
to 9 p.m. Sunday 9 to 2.
r.u.iusu no -ceut stamps for symptom
blanks and my book called "ew Life."
1 will py one thousand dollars in gold to
anyone whom 1 cannot cure of EPILLFTIO
C J.VVULBIOX8 or FITS.
DR. E. GREWER.
311 Spruce Street, Scranton, Pa,
Thl. w..6rflil rH.dy fnnr.
iitati wiiaiit a ..i..dtr.iiirM...i-
r- -VTi-STStfTTCTgr v i.yyri 3 5!"s fIC
eaues. such as Weak Memory, Loss of Brnln Power. Headache. Wre'n
List Manhood, Nluhtly Kmlaslnns, Kervouness.alldralnandlojspf power
W':LlZ.:n.trif.'Sinia hT alldrm-iists. A. forlt.ts.se
t!KVK SDK U CO.. Masonic Temple, CBlCA80.ii
SANDERSON, DruRfist, cor. Washington
r t"f mf''""""J""TTTfllr"," -"" rl
U ml S O
, . -- T 1 1 i i-
The treatiwrnedy for nervous prostration and allnorvousdlMases of
l.a ...n.r.h.A urmn. nf .llha. .... ...nk n K..rvmi. Wn.trStl n. Fall
p Ins or I.OM Manhood, Impotoncv, Nightly fiiolsslous.ToBthfnl
Will braes yon vein a wesk.
Kervooi Debility, Low ofStinal Powsr la atlhti mi,
iBToluntirvKmliitoM from ut etnas. If nlM, sucb lrouhls Uad I -
It. II Mmp hn.
wrtiloD gusrtntre to our er ulaad ihs moaty
oy man, o "
OU.. ClBT.I.ud. Ohio.
Pharmaclat, cor. Wyoming Avenue ano?