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THE SCRANTON TIJIBUNErKlDAT MORNING, AUGUST 24, 1894.
Scranton Halts Wilkes-Barre's Percentage
PITCHER DELANEY IS RESPONSIBLE
The Blackbirds Again Lose to the
Coming Champion of the Eastern
League Mike Kelly Defeated by
Syracuse Springfield Victorious
Over Buffalo Standing of the
Clubs National and State League
Results-Base Ball, Bicycle and
weut down yester
day before Manager
Cabin's team, des
pite tbe proud boast
of the "down creek"
men that we would
lose theen tire series.
over the AUeutowu
nine enables tbe for
mer to pass Wilkes
Burre for fourth
till further inoreasod its percentages
hy defeating Erie, while Springfield
again demolished the Bisons.
Tbe percentages of the clubs, num
ber of games won and lost by each, and
their standing in tbe championship
race is as follows:
Wen. Lost. PerC't,
Providence 6'J ill .!o"
Buffalo 67 4 .643
Erie 40 40 .53S
ftynictiso 4!) 47 .510
Wilkes-Barre... 40 4 5 . 605
Scranton 4.5 4U .405
Springfield 45 48 .4X4
Allentown 20 07 .'27'J
THIS TIME WE W0X.
Delaney, Our New Pitcher, Had a
There were sonuds of revelry in the
prnnd stand as Dan Shannon's band of
licorice sticks went down with several
kinds of dull thads to the slow music
of the Midway Plaisance orohestra, oc
cupying aa elevated position oa the
niuth floor of the aforesaid grand
The victory yesterday over Wilkes
Barre at the ball park was not expeot
ed, and Jack Neat wag so dumbfounded
when it was all over that he forgot to
ay a word, to that it will be seen
that the surprise was great indeed.
But then Wilkes-Barre was easy yes
terday. Maybe Shannon, out of pure
commiseration ou suffering Scranton,
took his men over to Dilley Wednesday
night to celebrate the victory, or it may
be perchance that association with Ca
bin's men has been injurious. At all
events, true it is that there was a dis
tinct flavor of "has been" about the
work of Wilkes-Barre.
We will not quarrel with Shannon's
men on that score, however, for it gave
us a same, which is something to be
FLAYED BETTER BALL.
Cahill's braves played in much bet
ter form than on Tuesday, He seemed
to have innoculated his men with some
of bis own personality and they
played the game as though they bad a
Txrnll riafinAri idrtA nf what-. ttiAV WArA All
- - ' - j T - -
earth for. Scranton was stronger in
the pitching department, two, than
it was on Tuesday. Delaney
made bis first appearance and
won favor from the start. He is
cool and beady and In some respects
reminds the spectator strongly of Hod
son. He was fonnd twelve times yes
terday as follows: Home run, one
triple, three doubles and seven singles.
He gave two inon bases on balls, bit
two and struck out six men. He kept
the hits fairly well scattered and at
critical moments wai cool and effec
tive. An instance of this occurred in the
seventh. When Wilkes-Barre went to
bat in the last half of that; inning the
soore was Scranton, 11; Wilkes-Barre,
8. Shannon opened up the matinee
with a two base hit, and the rear row
rooters began to sing "It's All Oyer
Now" to a dirge-like accompaniment
by tbe Midway orchestra. Stearns was
hit with a pitched ball, and Lezotte
mad a single that allowed Shannon to
score. Betts flied ont to Hoover, but
Stearns scored before tbe ball could be
returned to the diamond amid unmis
takable evidence of grief from the rear
row and Jack Neat.
DELANEY GOES TO WORK.
Right at this point is where Mr.
Delaney began to declare himself.
When Gillen presented himself at the
plate Delaney gave several hitches to
bis trousers, a la Flanaghan, and weut
to work. Gillen fanned tbe air tbrioe
and retired to tbe bench to give War
ner a chance. Warner, by tbe way, is
the tall dark-brown young man who
punished Mr. Donovan so unmercifully
at Wilkes-Barre on the previous day.
Well, Mr. Warner spat upon bis
bands and rubbed them in the portion
of the United States about bis well de
veloped feet and after hammering the
home plate a little deeper into mother
w ' M v- -rr ;"
Mas! Time Has Destroyed Illusions.
Unlike Tonce Do Leon, we do
not search for the Fountain of
Perpetual Youth. The explorer
of today is the business man. lie
seeks success. The best aid to it
iB health. At all seasons does
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help to give it help to keep it.
At no time ia it more useful
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earth with his bat was satisfied that
there was no flaw in that particular
willow, so he in turn gave a hitch to
his trowsers and directed toward Mr.
Delaney a look that meant "com on,"
if it meant anything. Tbe ex-Parlor
City boy didn't come, bat tbe ball did.
In fact it came several times in an er
ratic way tut greatly perturbed Mr.
Warner. After three unsuccessful
readies for it be. too, gave it up in dis
gust. The power of Djlnney's strong right
arm bad been vindicated and the day
saved for Scranton.
WHAT CAMPFIELD DID
"Campfild. the slender youth, whom
Wilkes-Barre once upon a time allow
ed to coino to this city but afterwards
recalled, official) d iu she pitching box
for tiie visitors and was only a trifle
loss effactive than Delaney. Scranton
had ten men left on bases while Wilkes
Barre bad but four.
Rogers went behind the bat the
beginning of the game, but injured
one of hie fingers in tbe first iuuing
and bad to retire, Patohen tnking his
place, la the fifth inning Whitehead
was taken sick nnd hud to leave the
ground, whereupon Cahlll sent Phelnu
in from right field to cover third and
put Rogers in right. The score:
R, II. P.O. A. E.
Cflhill, 2b 2 3 8 2 0
Hoover, If 8 8 8 0 0
Johnson, cf 1 3 3 1 C
Rogers, cr U 1 1 0 1
Whitehead, 8b 110 10
Pbelau. rf 2 2 1 1 1
Lehane, lb 1 0 7 0 0
Smith, 83 2 2 3 5 0
Delauey, p 1 8 0 1 0
Patchen, c 0 2 8 0 0
Totals 12 18 27 11 2
R. H. P.O. A. E.
Lyttle, 1. f 3 8 3 0 0
Shannon, 3b 1 2 3 5 1
Steams, lb 3 1 14 1 0
Lezotte, r. f 0 2 10 0
JSetta, c. f 1 2 3 0 1
Gillen, !lb 0 0 110
Warner, c 1 12 1 0
McMahou, s. s 1 1 2 5 2
Campfield, p 1 0 1 3 0
Totals 10 12 27 10 4
Scranton I 3 3 2 2 1 0 0 1-12
Wilkes. Barre.3 0 1 6 0 0 2 0 0-10
Earned runs Scranton, 8; Wilkes-Barre,
6. First base by errors Scranton, 2;
Wilkes-Barre, 1. Left on bases Scranton,
10: Wilkes-Barre, 5. First base on balls
Off Campfleld, 4; Delaney, 2. Struck out
By Delanev, 6; Campfleld, 0. Home ruus
Betts. three base bits Cahill, Lytle.
Two base hits Cahill, Hoover, Johnson,
Lytle, Shannon, Betts. Sacrifice bite
Whitehead, Pbtdiui, Lehane, 2. Stolen
bases Co:. ill, Hoover, Patchen, White
beak, Potlau, Lytle. Double plays Smith
to Lehane, Smith to Cahill to Lebane,
Shannon to Mcllahou. Hit by pitcher
By Delaney, 2. Wild pitches Camptleld,
Passed balls Patchen. Umpire Doescher.
OTHER EASTERN LEAGUE RESULTS.
Spriugiield....7 0 2 0 0 0 4 0 815
Buffalo 1 0040000 1-0
Base hits Springfield, 10; Buffalo, U.
Errors-Springfield, 3; Buffalo, 2. Bat
teries Gruber and Leahy; Vickery and
Urqubart. Umpire J. Connely.
At Syracuse First game
Syracuse 3 0 3 0 0 4 0 1 0-10
Allentown.... 0 0800000 0-8
Hits Syracuse, 18; Allentown, 7. Er
rorsSyracuse, 0; Allentown, 4. Batter
ies Burnett and Hess; Duryea and Cos
tello. Umpire Swartwood.
At Syracuse Second game
Syracuse 2 3 0 0 0 1. 0 3 0-18
Allentown.... 0 1021210 0-7
Base hits Syracuse, 21; Allentown, 14.
Errors Syracuse, 0; Allentown, 5. Bat
teries Kllroy and Rafter: Kilroy, Bald
win and Kelly. Umpire Swartwood.
Brooklyn 0 0001010 0-3
Cincinnati.... 0 2 3 2 0 0 6 0 1-13
Hits Brooklyn, 6: Cincinnati, 18. Errors
Brooklyn, 5; Cincinnati, 0. Batteries
Stein and Winslow; Dwyer and ilurpby.
At New York
New York. ...5 1000011 x-8
Louisville 0 0004000 04
Hits Now York, 13; Louisville, 0. Er
rorsNew York, 2; Louisville. 5. Batter
ies Ruise and Fnrrell; Hemming and
Orim. Umpire Hurst.
Boston 1 0 3 3 0 5 0 0 x-12
Cleveland 0 2 5 1 1 0 1 0 0-10
Hits Boston, 15; Cleveland, 14. Errors
Boston, 4; Cleveland, 0. Battorieo
Stivetts and Ryan; Young and Zimuier.
Philadelphia... 8 4 0 10 0 0 0 1-9
Pittsburg 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0-4
Hits-Philadelnhia, 15; Pittsburg, 9. Er
rors Philadelphia, 1; Pittsburg, it. Bat
teriesHarper and Clements, Henafee
and Mack. Umpire Lyuoh.
Baltimore..... 0 2300000 2-0
St. Louis 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 6 x-10
Hits -Baltimore. 7: St. Louii, 16. Er
rors Baltimore, 4; St. Louis, 2. BatterieH
Gleason and Robinson; Hawley and Mil
ler. Umpire Botts,
Washington ..1 0 7 C 0 0 0 0 0-14
Chicago .0 0102000 03
Hits Washington, 18; Chicago, 8, Er
rors. WashiuKton, 1; Chicago, & Batteries
Stockkale and McUuire; Terry und Sbri
ver. Umpire Emslie.
At Easton 10 Innings Easton, 0; Ha
At Lancaster Lancastor, 14; Pottsyille,
AtlShenandoah 11 innings Shenandoat,
8; Philadelphia, 7.
At Reading first game Reading, 7;
Harrisburg, 13. Second game Reading,
U; Harrisburg, 7.
GLINTS FROM THE DIAMOND.
Cahill did some vigorous hitting yester
day. Phelan can play ball swift enongh for
the present Scranton club.
The James Boys, of Pine Brook, and the
Morning Glories, of Dunmore, will cross
bats on the James Boys' grounds Aug. 2G,
at 3.80 p. m.
Hoover did effective work with the stick
in yesterday's game, but misjudged a fly
from Betts' bat which enabled tbe bats
man to make a circuit of tbe bases.
Fewer bits have been made off yon rig
Mercer, of tbe Waebingtons, in the Ian
fonr games he bus pitched than off any
other pitcher in tbe league.
Pitcher Blackburn was released yester
day and left for his home in Texas.
Fielder Friel and Third Baseman Hlokey,
also released, have likewise departed for
their homes. ' v
It is stated that Mike Tiernan has been
suspend! d for tbe rest of the seasou by
tbe New York club. Manager Ward says
that Mike has not been taking care of
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AugUHt 30, 18U4. to bind three hundred (i!00;
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Scranton, Pa., Aug. 23, IBM.
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September If, 1894, for the construction and
com pletlon of a new high school, to be located
at tbe corner of Washington avenue and Vin
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performance of the contract. All proposals
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application will be male to tbe Court of
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of tbe law judges thereof, on September 24,
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Incorporation and regulation of certain cor
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and supplements thereto, for the charter of
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40 ft front bv 00 ft (loop, on Suruce
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CORNER MONROE AND VINE streets,
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ALSO A PLOT OF 8 LOTS, giving la) ft.
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FltlUAY, AUGUST 24.
Tbe Laughable Comedy-Farce,
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? ilnen impossible; distressing the action of
ho heart, causing flunh of heat, depression of
spirits, evil forebodings, cowardice, fear,
dreams, melancholy, tire easy of company,
feeling as tired in the morning as when retir
ing, hick of energv, nervousness, trembling,
confusion of thought, doprossiou.constipution.
weakness of the hnilis, etc. Those so affected
should consult u immediately and be restor
ed to perfect health.
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
Weakness of Young Men Cured.
If you havo been given up by your physician
call upon the doctor and be examined. Ho
cures the worst cases of Nervous Debility. Scro
f ula.Old Sores, C'atarrhPiles.Female Weakness,
Affections of tho Eve. Eur, Nose and Throat,
Asthma, Deafness, 'Tumors. Cancers and Crip
ples of every description.
Consultations free and strictly sacred and
confidential. Office hours Uily from Ham.
to 8 p.m. Sundays to 2.
bu.:iuae live iueut stamps for symptom
blanks and my book called "Now IJfe."
1 will pny one thousand dollars in gold tg
anvone whom 1 cnunut ouro of El'ILF.l'TU
DH. E. GREWER.
311 6pruco Street, Scrantan, Pa.
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The great remedy forncrrous prostration and allnorvousdlssasos of
CM the generative organs of oliher sea. suob as Nervous 1'rosuatl; n. "
IngorlxMt Mannoou, Impotency. nightly BmlnslonB.routnini oth
Cental Worry.exoesilve use of Tobacco or OdIuiu. which lead to Con
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rei unu i rn; Dinner, pom H ft.w ,r,u,JwAL.
1367 I'eitn Avenue.
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CO.. OlcvoUud, Ohio.
Pharmacist, cor. Wyoming Avanu. and