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THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 31, 1894.
Ob! Why Did Not J. Piuvlus Interfere with
BUFFALO WALKED ALL OYER ilS
et We Are More Than Thankful That
We Were Not Shut Out-Syracuse
and Erie Play Two Games, Breaking
Even Allentown Again Defeated by
Springfield and Wilkes-Barre by
Providence Standing of the Clubs
National and State League Results.
Various Sporting Notes.
bate ball games
did not change the
positions ot tbe
clobsin the pennant
race with the excep
tion of the breaking
of the tie between
ScrantOD. the former
being the clab to profit by the cbauge.
Proyidencs keeps up her winning with
commendable regularity, and will,
without donbt, win the pennant. Syra
cuse and E:i break even id the two
guinea played yesterday, and Spring
field took a panie from Allentown. At
Serantou the home team wag beaten as
easily as falling off a log by the Buffalo
The following table ?ie8 the. per
centages of the olabs, the number of
games won and lost by each, and their
standing in the league race:
Won. Lost. PerC't.
Providence C8 33 .673
Syracuse 5J 48 .681
Buffalo S9 M .M3
Erie ;.. 43 46 .511
Bpringtleld 60 49 .505
Peranum 48 49 .4'J5
Wilkes-Barre... 40 SO .479
Allentown liT 71 .27o
qUAKLES HIT HARD.
Bnffalo Would Not Allow Vj to Take
Two Successive Garnet.
Buffalo pulled itself together yester
day and simply walked away from the
locals. Tbey scored fourteen runs
while we were getting one and made
sixteen hits to our 0
Quarles pitched for Scranton, or
ratner was in the box for Soranton. Lie
conld not pitch a wee trifle yesterday
and the Bisons were not long in finding
out that it was an off day for the big
fellow. In the first inning four bits
and three mns were secured off his de
livery; in the second two bits and one
run were tallied, and in the third fonr
hits and five ruus resulted. From this
time on the audience merely waited
for the end of the ninth inning, killing
time by guying the umpire, Harry
Hopewell, and booting at the pitcher.
The only time the crowd got en
thusiastic was in the second inning
when three men were on bases and Ca
bin at the bat. Cablll went oat on a
ly and our hopes went with bira.
The one run which Scranton made
was scored in the seventh. Lebane se
cured a hit, got second on Smith's base
on balls and was driven in by a pretty
hit by Cabin, The Buffalo men batted
like fiends. Qaarles could not pick out
an easy man from tbe whole nine.
The fielding on either side was not so
very faulty, but there was little play
ing ;of the brilliant order. Honors
were about evon between Johnson and
Collins in tbe field, each muklng two
beantifnl eatohes. Demont, formerly
of Blnghamton, latter ot Pittsburg,
made bis debut with Buffalo yesterday.
He made some pretty stops and throws,
bat also fumbled couple of short hits.
The score i
R. H. P.O. A. t
Cabill, 2b 0 2 8 0 0
Hoover, If 0 0 10 2
Johnson, cf 0 0 4 0 0
Patcbeu, c 0 0 9 2 1
Hefs, rf. 0 0 0 0
Pbelan. 8b 0 0 1 1 1
Lehane, lb 1 3 8 0 0
Bmith, ss 0 2 2 4 1
fuarles, p. 0 0 0 1 1
Totals 1 6 21 1 1
R. H. P.O. A. K.
O'Brien, 2b 118 10
Collins, If 0 2 5 1 0
Clymer, cf 118 10
Domont, ss 8 2 12 8
Urquhart, o 2 8 7 0 0
Hoffer, p 2 8 0 2 0
Boyd, rf 1 0 1 1 0
Lewee, 3b 3 2 2 3 0
Conley, p 1 8 6 0 0
Totals 14 17 27 10 3
Scranton 0 00000100 1
Buffalo 3 1 S 0 0 3 0 2 1-14
Earned runs Scranton, 1; Buffalo, fl.
First bnee on errors Scranton, 8; Hnffalo,
4. Left on bases-Scranton, 8; Buffalo. 9.
First base on balls OH Queries, G; Hoffer,
1 Stlnb rn Etw fit... -lac. A . Uff J
Three base hits Domont, Hoffer, Two
oase nits uouins, x; i,ewee, a. Haeriflce
hits Hoover. Stolen buses O'Brien, Con
ley. Double nlays Patcheft to Cabill,
Collins to Urquhart. Wild pitches
Queries, 1. Passed balls Patchen, 1. Um
pire Hopewell. Time 1.4a
THEY ARE WITH US.
The Pride of Wllkss-Barre Again Snffsra
Providence. R. I. Arnr. 30 The
Providence Grays again defeated tbe
wimes-iSarrei by doing more effective
banting and steadier field ins. Ezan
pitched in floe form and bnt for an
exousable fielding error which be made
he would have sbnt out tbe visitors.
Keenan was batted bard in the first
two innings, bnt loose fielding- by Betts
and Gillen figured in the piling np of
THATSTHt USUAL WAY.
THAT BYSPIPSIA NMK
mmtD IN WINTtR AHO
THAT IMIRIIITY TOUit I
boih cour rmMortAvsV
ANDNICHT3. AT 7HM GtVB I
VOU AM UQAOSt.AJWMl
hut. at ah Kieir
jtu-.HT now. ir vou
Hisin n iter .Inu k kjkl
w in ifr
A I If
runs for tbe Providence.
1. 1 K.H. O A. E
k. it. a a.
Lvons. rf. . 1 0
0 Hl.yttlo, lf...l 12 0 0
0 1 bhtu'n.-b.l 3 13 0
0 0 HtoaniMb.1 0 0 0 0
1 0 Lazote cl Mil
2 0 He ts, cf...l 0 0 8
0 0,(iillcu,3b..O 1112
0 (I M'M'h'n.sn0 0 2 3 0
1 0 Mfekln.rf.O 0 8 0 0
2 liKeunim, p.O 0 0 2 0
Basaett, 3b 8
Knight, !f..3 5
l coney, bh.1 2
Ktr'ck'r. 2hl 1
Dixon, c...l il
Total.... 13 15 24 6 V Totals.. 5 7 24 11 6
Providence 8 6 0 0 0 1 0 8 -13
Willis-Burro 0 050000 U-6
Euruod runs Providence. I. First hann by
errors, I'roviilunre, 3; Wilkea l!arr,i, 2. First
dksd on tiiilli-Ult Kgun. 4; Ki-en.in, 4. MrucK
out I3y Kuan, 4: ly Kueisan, 8. Two base
hits UiBiett, Coonoy, Sticklur, Hliannon.
btolin tius(! Knielit. HoL'r, C.'oonov. Stick
er, Dixnn 3. Hit by Pitch:T-Hy Katrnn, 2; by
Kt'ennu, 1. Pass ''1 balls Luzon, 1. empire
Tom I.ovett. Time 1.41. (iame cullud at
end oi eighth tuning ou account of darkness.
OTHER EASTERN LEAGUE RESULTS.
At Syracuse First came
Syracuse 1 0001000 02
Erie 1 0000000 0-1
Hits Syracuse. 9: Erie. 6. Errors-
Syracuse. 1; Erie. 0. Batteries Kilfov
and Rafter. Herndon and Guniou. Um
At Syracuse Second game-
Syracuse 0 0000000 0-0
Erie 0 0008020 x-5
Hits Syracuse. 4: Erie. 10. Errors-
Syracuse. 0: Erie. 0. Battorloi Bausweln
and Hess: McGuiness and Berger, Umpire
Springfield... 2 0 5 1 0 0 1 2 x-11
Yonkers 0 001101003
Hits-SpriRfleld. 18: Yonkers. 9. Er
ror SpriniiflVld, 1; Yonkers, 6. Bat
teriek Miller and Leahy; Duryea and Mil
ligan. Umpire Connolly.
At Brooklyn (first twine)
Brooklyn 5 5 2 0 0 7 0 0 x-19
Pittsburg 1 0 0 0 8 1 0 1 0-U
Hits Brooklyn. 19: Pittsbnre. 13. Er
rorsBrooklyn, 4; Pittsburg, 7. Batteries
Lncid, Kennedy and Klnolow; Humbert
and Mack. Umpire Kee.'e.
Brooklyn 0 1 0 0 0 0 x-1
Pittsburg I 1 8 0 3 2 5-14
Hits Brooklyn. 2: Pittsbnrir. 11. Errors
Brooklyn, 6; Pittsburg, 1. Batteries
Daub, Underwood and Dnilev: llenefee
and Bngden. Umpire Keefe.
At New York-
New York... .1 0000000 34
Cleveland 2 4 0 2 5 0 0 0 x-13
Hits-New York. 13: Cleveland. 15. Er
rorsNew York, 3; Cleveland, 1. Batter
iesGerman, Clark and Wilson; Sullivan
and Zimmer, Umpire Hurst.
Boston 0 0080000 08
St. Louis 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 27
Hits Boston. 8: St. Lonis. 9. Errors
-Boston, 8j. St. Louis, 2. Batterien
Hodson and Tennv: Sawlav and JMillnr.
Philadelphia.. 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 1 4-11
Chicago 2 2 6 1 0 1 1 2 x-1 5
Hit-PbiladelDbia. 13: Chicaeo. 17. Er-
rors Philadelphia, 2; Chicago, a Bat
teries Harper and Clements; Hutchinson
and Schriver. Umpire Lynch.
Baltimore 0 3010050 x 9
Louisville Q 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 38
Hits Baltimore.15: Louisville. 15. Errors
Baltimore, 1; Louisville, 4. Batterien
Gleasou and Rjbinson; Knell and Grim.
Wa8hincton..2 0100 2 20 1 S
Cincinnati.. .2 0000001 36
Kits Weshineton. 8: Cincinnati. 12.
Errors Washington, 2; Cincinnati, 3.
Butteries Htockdale, Wercerand McUulre;
Fisher and Merritt, Umpire Emslie.
At Lancaster Lancaster. 13: Hazle-
At Pottsv lle-Pottsv le. 10: Ph ladel-
At Heading First game Reading, 12;
Easton, 7. Second game Reading, 17;
At baenncfloah The enme azain todav
was forfeited to Shenandoah, as narris
burg did not pnt in an appearance. Harris
burg claims that two games were to be
played today, and when tnogsme yester
day was forfeited to Shenandoah in viola
tion or tnis alleged agreement, Manager
Huston would not take his team to Shen
GLINTS FROM THE DIAMOND.
Jenuincs has been playing a vhenome-
nal short field.
Syracuse and Scranton will nlav at the
pant mis aiternoon.
The Cincinnati club is sadly in need of
one more catcher to help out Morgan
Earl Waener. of the Wasninzton clnb.
believes Mercer is the coming pitcher of
Jack Stevens says he will b onen for
bids as an outfielder when his pitching
days are gone.
George Pinkoy. the veteran third base
man, is now an official on a railroad run
niug into Peoria, HI.
Cincinnati line exchanged Pitcher Cross
ror ritcner u utroctt. of Indianapolis and
Fielder Hozan has written to a friend In
this city that he has signed a St. Louis
contract ior next season.
Pi'cher Donohue. late of the Allentown
team, has signed with Louisville for the
remainder oi tbe season.
Captain Anson himself 1b authority for
i no siaiciueus iuiii ue win not make a sin
gle cnange in ms next year's team.
Donovan and Stenzel are the onlr tilar.
ers in tbe Pittsburg team who have taken
part in every game played by the club this
Manager Cahill yesterday offered to give
Wilkes-Barre Donovan for Campfleld, but
up to 10 o'clock last night had received no
Cartwright is the only member of the
Waohinzton team who has played in every
game this season and always in the same
Ehret has been wonderfully successful
against the Cleveland this year, having
won all tbe games he bas pitched against
Snllivan, the Providence pitcher, was
batted out of tbe box bv the BolTnlos one
day, and the next day went in against the
same team and won.
Tommy McCarthy will collect t500 In
bets if the Bostons are four-time winners.
Most of the Boston players bave wngers
that the champions will win the peunaut.
Hart, who pitched for Brooklyn two
years ago, and who has been doing splen
did work for the Sionx City club, of the
Western league, bas been signed by Pitts
burg for next season.
Schriver is beginning to feel the strain
of catouing for the Chicago, owlug to
Kittridge's illness, and the old man is
pulling wires for Catcher O'Meara. of
Springfield. Ho also has his eye on Par
ker, of Grand Rapids.
The members of last season's font ball
club held a conference at tbe St. Charles
last night with Manager Cnhill and tbe
preliminaries for a season of foot ball to
follow the base ball season were agreed
upon. The team will probably have its
first practice game next Monday.
Muslo Boxse Exclusively.
Best made. Plav any desired number of
tunes. Gautschi & Sons., manufacturer,
1080 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. Won.
derful orchestrial organs, only 15 and $10.
Specialty: Old muslo boxes carefully re
paired and improved with new tunes.
M. L. Blair, Alderman, 6th Ward,
ScraTitou, Pa., stated Nov. 9, '83: He had
used Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil for sprains,
bams, ' cuts, braises and rheumatism.
Cured every time.
PLAGUE OF HOT WEATHER
Harvest Time Coming for Choi
Ignorance or Carlcssness of Mothers,
Says Board of Health.
Is Lirgoly Accountable for. This Slaughter
of tlic Innocents.
SeDtember ( tiia r!nrliit m rn til tnr
Infants under fi. i.n Mnvcmuur mid I)
c-mber are the healthiest
Aud th e uigbts are deadlier than tbe
A Stranorn firnnrannA Arinta nmnnrr
many mothers that durrbea is natural
lunnir leettnog, and must not be
checkd until thnt period is over.
jno more ratal ignorano ever en
tered parents' mind I
The sreatest Bourne nf thn fpnrfnl n
fint mortality for tbe next month will
be diarrheal diseases wholly dne to im
prODer food, encnnrazorl bv hirh temn
erature. But for this ignorance and
JESSIB AIKEN GRI3WOLD.
carelessness in baby's tdmmer diet the
hot months might bs as healthy as
any, and August and September would
not bave an infant death rate to fear
fully ip excess of the yearly average.
Watch baby's food; as soon as a lack of
appetite is noticed, colicky pains, dia
rrhea, more or less fever, exhaustion
or rapid loss of flesh, put the infant
upon lactutod food
Lnotated food bas been exprssly pre
pared to meet such cases. Under tbe
advice of tbe professors in the msdical
department of Vermont university,
more especially Prof. A. P. Grlnnel),
dean of tbe nniv 'rslty ; and Dr. H. M.
Roberts, professor of tbe diseases of
children, and under tbe direct super
vision of Prof. C S. B'iynton, thn
manufacture of liictated food bas been
oarrisd on. It is supplied to pbvsicians
all over tbe United States. The late
Dr. Agnew, ot Philadelphia, is but one
of the very eminent physicians who
bave publicly recommended lactated
food and used it in their own homes.
Lactated food bas the confidence of
physicians beoause every ingredient is
well known to them. Made under the
eye of as eminent a physician as Prof.
t S. Boynton, scrupulous eare is known
to be employed in securing absolute
purity, reliability and thoroughness in
its manufacture. Tbe bxsis is sugar of
milk, which is the basis of mother's
milk. With It is combined the nutri
tious element of tbe great cereals,
wheat, oats and barley, so prepared as
to be very easily digested and assimi
lated by the infant stomach. This
makes an ideal infant food that resem
bles mother's milk more closely than
anything else possibly can. And the
beauty of it is that for SS cents a
mother can buy a package that con
tains enough to make tea pints of
Lactated food should bt given to all
babies and young children who do not
eat with relish, who are weak and
drooping. But a few meals make the
little sufferers ''plot up" wonderfully,
nurses say. The thin blood must grow
rich on such a bearty diet. And with
all its great powers of nourishing, it
has been possible to secure an easy di
gestibility, aud above all a taste agree
able to tbe infant stomach. -
Pule chlldrenJHin color at once when
fed on lactated food.
Mrs. Frank S. Griewold, of Alilwan
kee, Wis., whose baby's picture is given
"This picture Is of our baby, was
taken at sixteen months, when she
weighed twenty four pounds. She was
a very delicate child and not even our
physician thought we could raise her.
When five months old we made n
change in her food, which bad been
sterilized milk, and tried other food,
but without good results, and th n
sent to you for a sample package of
lactated food, and she bas taken noth
ing else from that time to this. . Sue is
perfectly well and is as bright and
happy as a baby one could want to
A MONThLY IGUKtUMtNT.
That la What the ExoeUlor AthUtio
Clab Contemplates Holding.
Tbe Excelsior AthUtio elub will bold
a meeting tonight and expects to trans
act very important bnsinoss. The
most available time ot holding a mid
winter tournament that will eclipse
past efforts is to be discussed and in all
probability a date will be fixed for the
Instead of its annual outdoor tourna
ment of the present ynr the club ran
an excursion to New York city; benee
there will not be any entries from the
Excelsiors at the general tournament
ot the Atlantic Amateur association to
be held in Philadelphia on S-pt. 29.
On tbe night of Sent 29 the annual
convention of the delegates of the
clubs making ud tbe union will ss
S'mble and then a schedule will be
made out, arranged if possible to co
incide with the dates selected by each
club, if not as close to It as nractica I.
An innovation is proposed by the
Excelsiors, wntcn will be aeted on at
tbe meeting tonight, consists of the
Btbeine to bave a "go" at tbe club
rooms each month until the holidays.
Tbe dates for each month's evei.t
will be fixed and invitations sent to
tbe various clubs of tbe association to
send on any of their members wishing
TIPS ON TODAY'S RACES.
Centner Names tha Prob.bla Winners In
. All Events. '
"Centaur" furnishes tbe followirg
tips on tills afternoon's races at t
Driving p:irk of the Gentleman's
8 00 class Beauty first. Little Aenes sec
ond, Poor Richard third. . It will be a close
aud well contented race.
3. 40 class Maud L. first. Thief second.
Johnny third. In this event the result
might be different if Fanny Blair was in
a.85clasB Magnolia first, Jack second,
moiiie tnira. ilils should oe tbe Dest race
of the day.
8.B0 class Pee Dee first Dnke second.
Pet Hand or Barbed Wire third. AH pre
dictions for this race may be upset as
Frank II. is in tbe field. Just what he
may co cannot be estimated.
tonf! e mil Mnd$ eost that mue
pt Situation! Wanttawhich an insert
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one baring common pifteons to sMl
state price, and address post oitico box 6U6,
UUB KHN -ONK-HALF STOKE. 1X0
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UOR RENT NICELY-FUrt ISHED HALL
r suitable for lcd rooms. JOHN JER
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'VO COfAORs''AND BIDDERS:
A The amouut of tbe boud to ho furnished
by the contractor to whom the contract for
the erection of the new hiith school shall be
awarded, bas been reduced irutn 830,000 to
'.5,O00. By order of the 8 Tanton Board of
Control KL'UENE D. FELLOWS, fcecy.
Aug. 29, 1894. .
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MEAL TICKETS CAN BE HAD AT 144,
corner Spruce street and Frankliu ave
nue. Twenty nietd tiiKuta for S3. 50. Good
CEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
O ceived at the ottlce of the City Clerk,
Bcranton. Pa., uutil7.3U o'clock p.m., Thurs
day, Sept. 6, 1894, to pave West Lackawa na
avenue between D.u St V . R. R. crosiun
acd Ninth street, with stone block, known as
Belgian bloc"- pavement, also to set or reset
cuib stone where necessary on either side f
said avenue between the aforenamed pu nts.
Proposal sha'l cover the entire wora aud
shall state separately the price for furnishing
and setting cuib -tone, also price of re-setting
old curb stone: also tbe price fur paving per
square yard, which is to include the cost of
grading as shown on the pro Die attached to
tbe city ordinance providing for tbe wo k;
and is alto to include the re-construntimi or
adjustment of street basins, gutters, castings,
manholes and lamphnles to meet the require
ments and alterations caused y said improve
ments. Biitders shall enclose with each pro
posal the sum of three hundred dollars, cash
o certified check, as a guarantee to ex cute
a contract within twenty days for the work If
awarded the same. In case the bidder to
whom the contract shall have been awarded,
omits to execute a contiact within tweuty
days from date of award, the enclosure accom
panying bis proposal shall be forfaited to ttie
city of Scranton. The city reserves the right
to reject any and all bill. The work Is to be
done in accordance with the plan and specltt
cations filed in the oflire of the city clerk, and
under the direction o the city engineer.
By order of city councils
U. T. LAVELLE, City Clerk.
Scranton, Pa., Aug. ft), l94.
CEALED PROP08ALS WILL BE RE.
O ceivedat the office of thecitvclork. Serin.
ton, Pa., until 7.30 p.m., Thursday, Beptenibor
uth, 189), to pave Pine street between Wash
ington avenue and Clay avenue, the portions
of said Pine st eet from Washington aveuue
to jenerson aim irom nmmson avenue to t.lay
arenm is to be paved with standurd shout as
phalt on a concrete base, and tbe portion ot
said street from Jefferson avenue to Madison
avenue is to be paved with West mountain
yellow stone block, known as Belvian block.
on a concrete uase. rroposais win also be re
ceived at same time for furnishing and setting
uow curuHJua luub uiay ue necessary, also
for the resetting of old curbstone on the por-
uua ui sam riuv sirmi mat is 10 ot) pavea.
Pron & s shall cover the entire work ami
shall state separately the price for furnishing
and setiing or resottlng curbstones, the price
of paving per square yard, which is to include
tne cost oi graumg as snown on tnn profllo at
tached to the ordinance providing for the
worn. Diuut'in sunn vuuius, wim eacn pro
Dosal the sum of three hundred dollnm mull
or certified check, as a guarantee to execute a
contract within twenty days for the work if
awarded the same. In case the bidder to
wnom tne contract snail nave been award
ed omits to execute a contract within
twenty days from date of award, the enclosure
accompanying ms proposal shall be forfeited
to the city of Scranton. The work is to be
done in accordance with plans and specifica
tions tiled in the office of the city clerk and
under the direction of the city engineer. Tbe
city reserves tne right to reject any and all
oius. sy oraer oi cuy council.
M. T. LAVELLE,
Scranton, Pa., Aug. 28, 1894.
VTOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
li application will be ma le to the Court of
Common i leus of Lackawanna county, or one
of the law judges thereof, on Sept. 24, 1894
at 9 o'clock a.m., by John T. Edwards, Evan
.1. Williams, William J. Jenkins, John R.
Richards and Thomas Lewis, under the act
of assembly of the Commonwealth of Penn
sylvania, entitled "An act to provide for the
incorporation ana regulation ot certain Car.
nnrsHnna " annrnvnd t.lia Willi nt Anrt
and supplements ti ereto, for the ohnr'tor of
an intendtd cn uoratlon to be ca led "Hvda
Park Lodge, No. 30tl, Knights of Pythias of
tbe State of Pe insylvania," the character and
object of which is the maintenance of a so
ciety for beneficial and protective purposes
to Its members from funds oolluctsd therein,
and for those purposes to have, possess and
enjoy all the rig ts and benefits of said act of
ats mbly aud its supplements. Said applica
tion is now on file in the Prothonotary's office
oi i .at h awaniiS) county as oi iso. vn, sepum
ber term, 1894.
H. L. TAYLOR,
. W. B. LEWIS,
"INSTATE OF EZRA DE W1TT.DECEASKD.
X J Notice is hereby given that a rule has
been granted to show cause why Jane u De
Witt, executrix or tne last will and tistament
of said decedent, shall not be discharged from
the duties and liabilities of ber appointment
Application will bo mado to have said rule
mauo absolute and the executrix discharged,
juiyi, low. o a. t-KlUK,
Attorney for executrix
SCRANTON REAL ESTATE AND IN'
offers bargains as follows:
CITY BUHI.ESa PROPERTY.
40 ft. front by fio ft deep, on Suruoe
street, rents for 1700 $10,000
u it, iront Dy ou reel aeen, on spruce
street, cornet alley ., , , 10.500
These togetuor give 80 ft. front on Spruce
ireet oeiwien renn ana rrs aim, witu alloy
on side. Spruce street property is advancing
CITY "RESIDENCE PROPERTY.
CORNER MONROE AND VINE streets,
lot 50x85, two dwellings, tfh,00, giving a nice
residence and an income for small investment;
ALSO A PLOT OF a LOTS, giving la) it.
front on Mo iroe avenue, near Vine street.
Them make n first-class residence plot in a
deslrablo locality. If not sold in one plot will
sell above separately.
Lot 50x180, South Main avenue, adjoining
residence ot Smith E Mott, pri e, $2,740; also
lots on Rock street and Wast End place. Only
COIT TRY PROPERTY.
A BEAUTIFUL HOME AT DALTON, PA.,
modern house, spring water piped in 1 1 it from
bill back, barn for three horses and two oows,
hennary with cemotiti.l floor, young fruit,
fine lawn, grand outlook; one and a half to
three acres, as deeired, 16,009.
Also lots ot about ssme size on Western
Slope, Dalton. Call or addroas
SMITH B. MOTT, Manager.
No. 421 Lack, ave. rear board trade.
I well equipped with the latest styles of type,
- and ..;..
ought to be Inducements to the trade.
Oa account of extensive
Our purpose is to reduce stock iu
nauo. ifitw W1U Uti SUCH IDAS Vf.11
Our limited space forbids
and ascertain how cheap Dry Goods
With the addition of 1,500
us 5,500 feet, we will be well qualiEed to satisfy the demands of our
u"u o iu nave me uesi ngnceu, most attractive and convenient store in Scranton, and our
LOW PRICES will continue to be our drawing card.
Do ITou. Sleep IZSTell?
If not, get one of nature's BEST SEDATIVES,
They Are Inexpensive.
Special Labor Day Attraction.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 8.
SHAFT NO. 2
in Five Acts.
By FRANK L. B1XBEE.
A thrUllTio.. fltwnrintlwa t.li.1 n
life by evcrv-day people
inorougniy excitable in mechanical situa
tions. THE ELFCTRIC WORKSHOP SCENE is
todav the firreAtiwtt: ami mnt imninlot. ian.
trical disnlay ever seen on any stage.
Tbecaetisenperbin cha acter parte. Amon
the artists are MISS MARION ELMORE and
MR. PRANK LOOSEE, well known in this
ThA iwiial nrfooa nt thla Thu,.. uAna
y - . . . . i i uDB.oi . i u;a.3 utu
be procured commencing Friday 9 a. in.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 4.
Twelfth Annual Tour and Animal Visit to
This City of the Popular
GUS HILL'S NOVELTIES
Presenting all of the latest Vaudeville and
Burlesque Features by a company of
artists of unusual merit.
Bovle and Uraham, Dryden and Mltohell,
Gus Hill, Montague and West,
Kstelle Wellington, Will and Halpin,
Kelson and Mllledge, Hacker and Lester,
And others will contribute to the evening's
A performance of unusual merit.
An evening of gooj, solid fun.
Sale of seats opens Saturday at 9 a.m. at the
A. W. Juriscii
435 SPRUCE STREET
BICYCLES AND SPORTING
Victor, Geodron. Eclipse, LovelL Diamoni
and Other W heels.
European Plan. Firet-olasi Bar attieheA
Depot for Bergner A Engel's Xannhwuser
I i Cor. IMh End Filbert St,, Phlldi
Moat desirable for residents of N.E, Poring
sylvanla. All eucveuiencoe for travelers
to and from Broad Btreet station and the
Twelfth and Market Btreot station. D
slrable for visiting Horautoulana and pso
(le In the Anthracite Regiun.
T. d. VICTORY,
MR, FRED WEICHEL
At his newlv renovatad and llponiind Hotel at
CLARK'S SUMMIT, is now prepared to fur
nish traveling men and social pnrties with
the LATEST, NEW-STYLED RIGS, single
or double, fr tiko them to Lake Winola,
Gravel Pond and all suburban points and
Summer resorts at reasonable prices. A large
livery barn conneoted with uotel tor travel
lESIRABLE COUNTRY HOME NEAR
xJ Clark's ,'reen; location unsurpassed:
plenty of trult; will lie sold very rea onable,
GEO. W. MILNE8, 4n8 Bpruce atreet.
AUENTi EMAN 8U YfcAKS OLD DESIRES
to correspond with refined lurtv from
a to a years of age, with a view to'matri-
ino y. Address :
. Z , Trlliune otlloe.
tionai a janitor or watchmen: good
references. Address C. O., Tribune .ffl"e.
YOUNG MAN DESIRES A POSITION AS
cashier . or' assistant bartender; four
yea-s' experience. Address P. R. Parker,
C1TUATION WANTED. A young man
O wants a position as a watchman, or soma
kind of light work; good references Is sober
andrellab.e. Address. HONEST.
1316 Jackson st.
RELIABLE', SOBER MAN WANTS A Po
sition as traveling salesman. Experienced
and good reference. Address, W Kendhsm,
WANTED - A PRACTICAL WATCH
maker wants position ; experience and
best ot reference Address 1717 Penn Ave.
CITUATON WANTFD AS CLERK IN
O grocery store or as collector; had several
years' experience; can speak both German
and English; will f nrnlsu A No. 1 reference.
Address X. Y. Z., Tribune office.
WANTED-A POSITION BY A YOUNG
TV Udy as bookkeeper; is willing to clerk
for a time; bas taken a coumo In double and
single entry; can furnish references. Address
Ik. L M. , (Mi Tfaroop street, Dunmore.
alterations now ia progress at our store, we will conduct a
NOW UNTIL SEPTEMBER 1ST.
order to accommodate tlie large purchases we have made for the fall
nnnnnf aft..! tn iaa iia nn.fU
Attractions in Every
any further detail in
can be sold under our new regime.
sauare feet of flonp nnno trTiiii TtritTi
iL. Pine Mattress
ESTABLISHED 1866. 80,000 IN USE.
Instruments In every sense of the term as
appl ed to Pianos.
Exceptional in holding their original fulness
NEW YORK WAREHOUSE, Ko. 80 Fifth
115 Adams Avs. New Telephone Bdg.
Win. Lino Allen & Co.
Bay and sell S'ocks.Bonda and Grain
on New York Exchanges and Chieago
Board of Trade, either for cash or on
412 Spruce Street.
tgLooal Stocks a Specialty.
G, LI D1H1CK, Manager,
Maloney Oil add
Hi TO 151 MERIDIAN ST,
See our FIFTEEN DOLLAE Solid
Oak Bedroom Setl
We sell Furniture as cheap as
any house In the country that in
tends to give honest value for the
money. Try ub.
205 1RD 207
.CCHDC Akin nrrro iirmin V" zF, M'
InGeiierailveOreumof either eoaudjyoyeren
ukrunb nnuHr 1 Ln Udlilu.uu uiuex. Aauran .
For Sale in Scranton, Pa., by H.C. SANDERSON. Druggist, c WaehlngtOD
The frrttit remedy
Cental Worry.excuMlve use of
BU'UUls AUD AmUM. US1MO,
anteetoenre orrefnml tliemone
fox (SS.OO. UK.
For Sale bv a M. HARHIS, Druggist,
iUAKAN KB to Cart
J IDTolsntarT KmlMlon
..... .,-r 1.....U. v.pu.uH.p.ivu uf lui.niiT, Sl'ISI PS, DUX OT msll.O OOiesiorso. rutm w., ,
"" " oraor we bits s wrlttea lusiantee to cuia or rsfuod tu mgasy. Addr
till MF.bllUilE OO.. Cl.talaod.Olilo.
For sale by JOHN H. PHELPS, Pharmacist, cor. Wyoming Avenue ano)
Ipvuce Street, Scranton, Pa.
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CCX
6CBANTON AND WILKBS-BABRE. PA, MAIfDrA0T0RKB8 0
Locomotives and Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY..
General Offlc SCBANTO, fi.
mitt vAroaavif iGrvanfTr will
large and increasing business.
Dr. B. Grewer
The PplinaolphiR Fpeclnllst.and hln assoclatej
staff of English and German phvelc'ens,
are now permanently located st
811 SPRL'CR ST., SCRWTON.
Tbe doctor is a graduate of the Uni versitv of
Pennsylvanla,formerly demonstrator of physi
oloey and surgory at the Medico-Chirurgical
College of Philadelphia. A epocialty of
Chronio, Nervous, Skin, Heart, Womb and
DISEASES CF THE KERYODS SYSTEM
The symptoms of which are dizziness, lack of
confidence, sexual weakness In men and wo
man, ball rising in the throat, spots floating
before the eyes, low of memory, unable to con
centrate the mind on one subjeot, easily
startled when suddenly spoken to, and dull,
listressed mind, which unfits them for per
forming the actual duties of life, making hap-
f iness impossible; distressing the actiou of
he heart, causing flush of heat, depression of
spirits, evil forebodings, cowardice, fear,
dreams, melancholy, tire easy of company,
feeling as tired in the morniug as when retir
ing, lni'k of energy, nervousness, trembling,
confusion of thought, depression. constipation.
Weakness of the limbs, etc. Those so affected
should consult us immediately aud be restor
ed to perfect health,
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED,
Weakness of Young Men Cured.
If you have been given up by your physician
enll upon the doctor and be examined. Ha
cures the worst cases of Nervous Debility. Scro
fula.Old Sores.CatarrhPile8,Female Weakness,
Affections of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat,
Asthma, Deafness, Tnmors. Cancers and Crip
ples of every description.
Consultations free and strictly sacred and
confidential. Office hours daily from 9 a. m.
to 8 p.m. Sunday 9 to 2.
. iw nve stamps for symptom
blanks and my book called "New Life."
1 will pi y one thousand dollars in gold to
anyone whom 1 cutinot cure of LPILiif TIC
CONVULSIONS or FITS.
DR. E. GREWER.
311 Spruce Street, Scrantsn, Pa.
ThlaMdtrll nm4f tatl1.
Uil leur Bl I M, rvoat !
seh as Weak Memory. Lobs of Brain JS5.K;
lnhood.NIhUT Kmlsslons, NTouneM.alldrainsend losspt power
' . . . V la r s. uri'nMI.. Maaonlc TaitiDl. CHICAGO. lLIo
foroerrous prostration and allnerronsdlseases of
ing or Li!t Manhood, lrapotency. Nightly Kmlsslons, Youthful Errors,
ui-kaqb ui unuer sex. son rerTOU8 iTOflinmrn, r sii-
i) or Opium , which lead to Con
With every SS order we ilve a written guar-
i ooarco t
MOTTI CliM 1CAX. CO., UcveUnd. Ohio.
2"Oia at B.1.W per uo. w
11 I'enn Avenue.
Will V ... i. . -..k m,d with WRITTEN
Ktrvoas Debility, Loss otSsxual Powsr in sittifiiet,
fTonany canit. If nelctd.inch troublM lead t