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THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE THURSDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER G, 1894.'
Scranton Drops Another Peg In the Eastern
League Pennant Race!
PROVIDENCE THE CAUSE OF IT.
Syracuse Adds to Their Percentage
by Defeating Springfield, and Wilkes
Barre Wallops the Bisons Wet
Grounds Prevent the Erie-Yonkers
Game Standing of the Clubs Na
tional and State League Results.
General Sporting News.
H a remit or the
games played yes
terday In toe bast
em lestue, Scran
ton, through tbe
loss of a game to
Providence, and a
(rime won by
Buffalo, is forced
down into seventh
p I a e e. Syracuse
again added to her
already coed sec
ond position by defeating Springfield.
Tbe following table gives the per
centages of the clabf, number of games
won-and lost by eaoh and their stand
ing in the league rase:
Byracuse. ...... CO
. Buffalo 61
AV ilkes-Barre... 60
Poranton ....... 60
BATTING WAS WEAK
After the First Five Xnoinn Providence
Played with Scranton,
Providence, Sept & Providence de
feated Sorantoa today in a loosely
playedgame. The viiitors seemed likely
to win out by more effective batting in
tbe first five innings. Then the Grays
foqnd Quartet, and by bunched hits
an! fielding errors piled up more than
enough rnns to win. Three times the
Bcrantons lost obanoes to make runs by
the weakness of Whitehead at tbe bat,
Poor support handicapped Quarles.
Lyons, cf ..,.. 1
Knight, lt....,.... 3
Rogers, lb 1
Cooney, es vw 2
Strieker. Slw.-. 1
Murray, rf, .......... 1
Rudderham, p....... 0
12 17 24 12 4
B. U. P.O. A. E.
Cabin, 2b 1 1 3 8 0
Rogers, rf.... 1 18 0 0
Johnson, cf 110 10
Patchen, c 0 2 2 0 0
Whitehead, 3b. 0 0 3 0 1
Hess, If. 0 8 5 1 2
Lehane, lb..... 0 0 8 0 1
Pbelan, ss 1 1 0 3 1
Quarles, p, 0 1 0 8 0
Totals.. 1 10 24 10 1
Providence. ..-..2 0 0 0 0 6 1 812
bcranton.....;...0 020200 04
Earned rnns Providence, 2; Scranton,
8. First base by errors Providence, 4;
Scranton, 4. First base on balls Off
Queries, 2. struck: out By Rndderbam,
4; by Qaarles, 2. Home run Phelan.
Two-base hrts Patchen, E. Rogers.
Stolen baees .Bassett, J. Rogers, Cooney,
Strieker, Murray, 2; Rndderbam. Donble
plays Cooney, Strieker and Rogers: Rud
dernam, Strieker and Rogers. Umpire
Bwartwood. Time 1.35.
Called at end of eighth inning on ac
count of darkness.
The Bisons Suffer Defeat on the Kings
Wilkes Barre, Sept. 5. Keenan
pltohed a magnlfieent game against
uunno this aitcrnoon, while Wilkes
Barre earned seven of her eight runs
off Sigsby. Lewees' short field work
wss the feature of tbe game. Weather
threatening rain, Attendance small,
R. B. O. A. E.I
R. R. O. A. B.
I.yttlo, lt..8 3 8 0 JIO'Brien.Sb.2 2 I
Pettit,2b..l 112 O Daly, rf....l 8 3
Blearna,lu.O 2 11 1 0 Collins, If.. 0 8 6
Lezotte, rf.O 10 0 l Clymer, cf.l 1 1
Beite, cf... I 0 6 0 0,U'q'hrt,lb0 0 12
Gillen,3b..l 8 8 1 OBoyd, O....0 1 8
E arner, o.O 1 8 1 0 Lewees, as.0 1 8
M M'h n,is0 0 0 2 2 Battln. Ub..O 0 1
Kecnan, p.2 8 0 3 O.Sigsby, p..O 0 0
Totals.. 8 12 27 S fl TotaL... 4 11 87 11 1
Wllkos-Barre 0 0 8 1 1 1 0 0 2-8
Buffalo. 1 0001110 0- 4
Earned rnn WilIrM Rarro 7. TtnfTnln 9
rrit base by erron-Wllkes-Barre, 1: Buffalo,
I Oft on tuoaa-.'WIlkna.lk.rFa B- Ttnffnln
10. First bae on balls-OB Keermn, 1; oft
DiRsoy, z. Birac out By Bitfsnv, ; Dy
Avauu, a. mree-Dase nils Liytie, union
Koenan. Two bum htt Kfarns tVHrin
Duly. Racriflce hit Warner. Htolon bases
-Lytlo, Z; Koenan. O'Brien, Uonlns. Doublo
These are some of the diseases
that are cured by the Carlsbad
Sprudel Salt. It is the veritable
water of the Sprudel Spring
evaporated, solidllied, concert
trated. Ia every ailment of the
kind, Carlsbad has become famous
the world over, and for hundreds
of years, as a prompt, permanent,
Beware of imitations sold as
"improved" or "artificial" Carls
bad Salt, which consists only of
Seidlitz Powder and Glauber Salt,
and are sold by "unscrupulous
dealers upon the reputation of the
Be sure to obtain the genuine
imported CarlBbad Sprudel Salt
only, with the seal of the city of
Carlsbad, and the signature of
"Eisner & Mendelson Co., Agents,
New York," on every bottle.
plays Keenan to Gillon to Stearns. Hit by
tutcner Collins, u mpire uave Corcoran.
Time of game 1.80.
OTHER EASTERN LEAGUE RESULTS.
Springfield... .8 0 1 3(0 1 0 0H0 8
Syracuse a lOBOOaox v
Hits Syracuse 16: Sprinefleld 7. Er
rors Syracuse 2; HpriugUeld 8. Batter
ies Barnett and Hess; C'ougulin and
Lieany, umpire uoesctier.
Louisville 1 01000130-6
Boston 1 3100001 17
Hite-Louisville7: Boston, 15. Errors
Louisville. 1: Boston, a Batteries
Nichols ana uanzel; waasworm, bbu
Grim. Umpire Hurst.
Philadelphia.. 8 0 7 8 1110 015
Cincinnati ....8 0200100 1-0
Hits-PbiladelDhin. 25: Cincinnati. 12.
Errors Philadelphia, 8; Cincinnati, 8.
Batteries Uarsy anil Grady, Dwyer Four
nier and Merritt. Umpire Enislie.
Baltimore 5 8 0 1 2 1 0 0 x-12
Chicago 1 0000011 08
Hits Baltimore. 14; Chlcaso, ft terrors
Baltimore, 3; Chicago, 4. Batteries
Qleason and Robinson; Hutchinson, Terry
and Scbnver. Umpire Keele.
At New York-
New York... .0 2001100 x-4
Pittsburg 0 0000000 00
UitB-New York. 7: Pittsbuin, 7. Er
rorsNew York, 4; Pittsburg, 0. Batter
ies Busie and Farroll; Ehrett and Sug
den. Umpiro McCjuaid.
Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 12
Cleveland 0 1000000 01
Hits Brooklyn. 7; Cleveland, 8. Errors
Brooklyn, 0; Cleveland, 0. Butteries
Kennedy and Kinslow; Young and Zimuier.
As Lancaster Philadelphia, C; Lancas
At Pottsville Pottsville. 17: Ilazleton,
At Mahanov Cltv Harrisbnrir. S: Ash
At Beading Reading, 8; Shenandoah, S.
ENTRIES FOR SATURDAY.
Horses That Will Partioipats in Different
The entries (or tbe races of the Gen
tlemen's Driving olnb at tbe Driving
park Saturday afternoon are as follows:
FIRST BACK ROAD RACE TO WAGONS.
Horace, Dr. Wentz.
Millie, Jobn Benore.
Georgia W, John Fritz. .
Dan, D. E. Nichols.
B H T. Dr. Throop.
Dick, J. R. Hears.
SECOND RACK 2 50 CLASS.
Pet Hand, b. m., Frank Spencer.
Maud L, cb. m., C. S. Seamans.
Frank H, br. g., Frank Hazzard.
Little Agnes, g. m., E. J. Goodwin.
Tbief, b. g A. L. Spencer.
Blue, s. g., John Ladwig.
THIRD RACE, 8 00 CLASS.
Poor Bic'bard, b. g., Dr. Ho user.
Beauty, bl. m,, Dr. Wentz.
Mamie Gift, s, m., M. T. Keller.
Frank S, b. g., Frank Siegel.
Beauty J, a. m G. ll. Shelly.
FOURTH RACE, 3.40 CLASS,
Mollle, b. m., A. L. Bpencer.
Duke, b). g., L. T. Payne.
Keeley, b. g., G. M. Shelly.
Abagail, br, m Dr. Houser.
Johnny, br. g., E. J. Goodwin.
WHIRLS OF THE WHEEL
The somewhat foolhardy individual wno
attempted to ride across the English chan
nel on a water bicycle, and was only saved
from drowning by a laclty accident, has
not been disheartened by his failure, and
is preparing to make a second effort of the
Monte Scott, the cyclist who recently
broke tbe world's five mile record at An
bury Park, and also won about half of
tbe diamonds given by tbe Green Ridgo
wheelmen at their meet last month, passed
throngb the city last evening on his way
to Bmghamton where he will race today.
Mr. Scott is one of tbe most gentlemanly
and popnlar racing men in tbe country.
Champion Arthur Zimmerman gives the
following good advice: "If caught in the
rain and soaked do not stop riding until
you reach home or shelter, where you can
take yonr clothes off. Colds are never
caught by continuons movements in wet
clothe-1, but only by sitting or standing
around in them. Get them off, put the
leet into not water, ir possmie, ruo tne en
tire body, and feet especially, with whis
key. Then pnt on the dry clothes, or, if
at a road home, roll in between the blan
kets untd the clothes are thoroughly dry."
Many Scranton wheelmen will attend
the races of the Binghamton Athletic
clnb today. Among those who left for
the Parlor City last evening on the 0
o'clock train were: Earnest Gilmore,
Harry Newman and Frank Whettling, of
the scranton tsicycie ciuo; also tienry
Hitchcock. Everett Howe. Del Foot.
Charles Coleman, Charles Carr, Larry
Bowleson and Kicnara,YVamnold, or tne
Green Ridge wheelmen. Gilmore and
Coleman have entered several events and
it Is the general opinion of the wheelmen
of this city that they will have something
to show for their work when they return.
GENERAL SPORTING NOTES.
Three prominent business men of Sioux
City, representing tun bioui City Athletic
clnb, left for Chicago Tuesday night to en
deavor to get Jackson to sign for the pro
posed fight there.
"Johnny" Gorman, the ex-champion 125-
pound pugilist, and "Jack" Hkelly biivo
been matched toflhtten round). The
contest will probably take place before
the recently organized Atlautio Athletic
club of Coney island.
"Tommy" Ryan, the welter weight
champion, and "Billy" Layton have
otgned articles of agreement to fight to a
nnun lor a purse or oerore tne St.
Joseph (Mo.) Athletic club. The tight is
scheduled to talcs place on bept. is.
A cablegram from London to the Police
Gazette says that a match has been made
between Pritchard and Binge to box ton
ronnds for 2,000 a side; also that "Pony"
Moore has offered to match an unknown
against Slavln for 3,000 a Bide.
Lieutenant J. L. Donovan, milling a run
on a bicycle from Cheyenne to Omaha to
demonstrate to the war department the
usefulness ot tne wheel, arrived at Sidnev,
Neb., yesterday, having made tbe 109
miles in nine hours and thirty-five minutes,
while heavily equipped.
Bllllardlst Frank Ives will leave Carls
bad tomorrow and is expected to arrive In
New York abont Sept. 14. He writes to
Maurice Daly that he will have something
of interest to the American billiard public
meaning, prooawy nai ne win bring one
ol tne r rencn experts dsck witn mm.
E. N. Atherton, manager of "Tlllie"
Ashley, who claims to be the champion
female scalier, said yesterday that be
would accept the cballeuge ot the tit. Lonis
woman wbo wants to row. He received
word from New Haven parties wbo want
the race rowed there, saying they would
offer a suitable prize. It is probable that
the match will come on at St. Louis.
Four Big Suoosssss.
Having tbe needed merit to more than
make good all the advertising claimed for
them, tbe loliowing rour remedies nave
reached a phenomenal aale. Dr. Kino's
New Discovery for Consumption, Conghs
and Colds, eacn bottle guaranteed Jleo
trio Bitters, tbe great remedv for Liver.
Stomach and Kidneys. Bucklen's Arnica
Salve, the best In tbe world, and Dr.
King's New Life Pills, which are a perfect
Sill. All theseremedles are guaranteed to
o just what Is claimed for them and the
dealer whose name is attached herewith
will be glad to tell you more ot them. Sold
byMatthews Bros', drag store.
Old remedies for diseases were of a fear
ful and wonderful nature. It is to be
hoped that the worlds growing wiser in
this regard, but there are still those who
apparently have firm belief in strange spe
cifics. The author of "Wild Life on a
Tidal Water" became acquainted with the
watormeu of Norfolk, Lngland, and gives
the following specimen of their various
remedies for rheuuiutisui.
The conversation turned on "rheumat
ics," the common ailniout of watermen.
"Wal, I hev carried a tuter In my pocket
since Christmas, an' it fare ter mo it dew
no good. Tho tutcr waste, but the rhou
ttiatlca doant go," said Larin, a swarthy,
determined looking young shrimper.
"An' them mngnotic stones furo ter me
to ba fooleries," continued a stout old eel
"Them umgnetic belts work better,"
broke in llorugce dogmatically, "but arter
all, fares ter me uothiug like the fat o' a
good Bilver eel. Jest prick 'im an' let tho
fut run out afore the fire, an rub it inter
tho j'ints. I have cured myself like that,
an' so hev my missl9."
"Wal," rejoined the shrimper, "I hev
found a little black rosin, as much as .you
can hold on a shilliu', twice a week, do
some good. Wenus turps rubbed on the
j'ints do good, but carrying pigs' left fore
trotters an' Utters an' brimstone fare tor
"Wal, old matey, what dew you think
about these cures?" asked Larin, turning
to an old sailor who had served ou the
"What dew I thiukf On'y wiper's oil
will cure all yoro scruniatics."
"Fares ter uie bosses' oil cures quickest,"
Interrupted a littlo gunner who hod just
"Hosses' oil is good stuff, ah I werry good
stuff!" acquiesced each patient, gravely
shaking bis head.
Evolutlou and Morality.
Evolutionary philosophers give excellent
precepts for healthy and coinfortablo liv
ing. But these precepts apparently the
man fulfills, and thus ho fulfills all righte
ousness. They may talk to him, indued,
of a more perfect statu of society to be
some day brought about by ethical science,
In which he would be out of place; but he,
having only one life, takes tho world as he
finds it and makes tho best ot it for him
self. Why should lie sacrifice himself to
the future of humanity f Evolution, being
a quasi-mocluuiicnl and necessary process,
will fulfill itself without effort or sacrifice
on his part. ,
And the perfect state, after all, will be
attained only to pass away in the everlast
ing round of integration and disintegra
tion, or whatever tho wheel of existence
may be called. Men of greedy and daring
chnracter who feel their force will not be
hindered from using it for their aggrand
izement by arguments of tho tea tuble.
They will grasp, by all the means in their
power, the largest share attainable of such
enjoyment us may fall to tho lot of beings
always on tho verge of annihilation a
drawback to which, by the way, In pict
ures of a secularist millennium reference
is seldom made Professor Smith in
There is a subject in relation to the dead
very vital to us all that of burying their
memories away in unbroken silence. We
all know those whodotbis, who hem them
selves so closely in with their grief that no
one dares speak of the dead in their pres
ence, who rob themselves and think it is
the grave that defrauds them. For the
dead are indeed twice dead to us when
their names are never on our lips, when
nothing that was besnbout them is fre
called, not with sentimental and false eu
logy, but naturally, as we would speak
had they but just gone somewhere for a
little while. For we make tbe dead live
again when speech of them and thought ol
them become .part of our daily life.
The caress and ull the human touch ma)
be no longer ours, and the voice may bt
still, but the abiding part remains. Then
is tho lore that we knew; the gentleness
or grandeur of nature; the nobility, th
beauty, the strength, tho tenderness of tht
sister's smile; the generous great hearted
action of the friend; tho undaunted candoi
of tbe child. The spirit of none of thest
can die. If we banish them, it is we whe
bereave ourselves, burying the immortal
with the mortal remains of those whose
presence gladdened and enriched our days
A Good Way to Keep Flowors.
There is nothing bettor than a common
potato to keep flowers fresh. Cut one intc
halves and insert the stums into holes Id
them bored for the purpose. Then arrange
them in a low basket or shallow dish and
conceal the plebeian vegetable with leaves
or moss. There, is moisture enough in at
average sia.-d potato to sustain a ilowcrfoi
two weeks. Don't keep the potato bou
quet in too warm a room, however. This
is also an excellent method for mailing s
flower bud. After it is inserted in tho po
tato cotton should bo put about it for sup
port and the whole inclosed iu a box witb
a slit for uir. New York Times.
Education In Art.
To know great works of painting oi
sculpture, nnd to distinguish them from
tho false and trivial, is ulmost the busl
ness of a lifetime The mere light of nat
ure carries us but a little way, and that
often in a wrong direction. To see the
plain man toiling through a picture gal
lery, catalogue in hand, uud trying to ad
mire what he would at least neglect if h
dared to be honest, is no doubt enough tc
make a painter or a student of painting
despair of any popular capacity to enjoj
great pictures. Gentleman's Muguziuo.
A Valuable I'ug Dog.
A Chicago pug dog arouses the family
every morning, letches kindling to start
the fire, routs the servant girl by scratch
ing on her door, and then goes out aftei
the morning paper. This Is better than a
whole houseful of the "big, healthy, hand
some girl, witb no ambitions, intellectual,
aesthetic or athletic," who is so greatly ad
mired by jteoplo who have never tried to
live with her. Those who have choose the
pug dog every time. Boston Common
wealth, An Instructive Toy.
An instructive scientific toy sold in Paris
consists of a map, with metallic plugs in
serted to mark the chief towns. Questions
at the sides of the map ask what are the
chief towns of the different departments;
and also have a metallic plug for each. A
small electric bell and a dry pilo are pro
vided. The child puts one end to tho con
ducting wire over any question plug and
moves tho other end over the town plugs
until tho boll rings, when the town U cor
rcctly indicated. Boston Transcript.
In tho English army there are at present
nearly two hundred officers of the highest
rank who ore unemployed. One-half are
colonels and tho remainder lieutenant
Bucklen's Arnica Salrs.
The best salve In the world for Cuts
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum. Ferer
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and posi
tively enres Piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price SS cents par
box. For sale by Matthews Bros.
Curb poh Croup. -Use Dr. Thomas'
Electric OU according to directions. It is
the best remedy for all sodden attacks of
cnlds, 'pain and inflammation and In
juries. , -
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from his latu residence. OW Cedar avenue, on
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Notice of Dissolution.
rrilE CO-PARTNEKSHIP HERETOFORE
A existing under the name ot Schlatter A
Co. has this day boin mutually diHuolved,
(ieo. B. Rice retiring-. The insurance bualness
will coutinuo under same name. E. E. Teal
being associated with Charles Srhlager.
Srrauton, Pa., September 4, 1M4.
REPORT OF THFi ."MDITION
LACKAWANNA TRUST AND SAFE
of 401 Lackawanna avenue, Scranton, Lack
awauna county, Pennsylvania, at the close
of business, August 31, itAH.
Cash on hand 36,1(W 04
Checks and other cash items 6.64U 75
Due from banks and bankers 03,917 W
Commercial and other paper owned i!,7l Ml
Call loans upon collaterals 24,000 00
Time loans upon collaterals 156,072 11
Loans upon bonds and mortgages... 11,320 70
Investment I Stocks, bonds. 1
securities tco S31H078 73 V 428,308 83
owned, viz.: I M'tmanes.. 112,205 10 (
Real estate, furniture and fixtures, 84,724 03
Safe deposit vaults 90,000 (Ml
Overdrafts 87 72
Capital stock paid iu 8230,000 00
Buri Jus fund 65,000 00
Undivided profits, lcs expenses and
taxes paid 50,702 26
Deposits subject to check 687,104 42
Deposits special 14,509 Si
Due to banks and bankers 15,300 00
Dividends unpaid 144 00
Commercial and other paper or se
curities pledged None
Bills payable None
Miscellaneous liabilities None
Amount Trust Funds invested $ 43,734 50
Amount Trust Funds uninvested.... 1,238 18
t 44,972 72
Report In dotall of above securities has
been made to C. II. KRUMBHAAR, Superin
tendent of Banking, as called for.
State of Pennsylvania, County of Lacka
I, Henry J. Anderson, vice-prest.of the above
named company, do solemnly swear that the
above statement Is true to the best of my
knowledge and belief. (Signed)
HKNitY J. ANDERSON, Vice-Prest.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th
day of September, 1804. (Signed)
F. L. HITCHCOCK, Notary Public,
(Signed) R. T. BLACK, 1
J. BKNJ. PIMMICK, Directors.
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A COLOSSAL SCENIC CHEAT ION.
Matchless in all Its details. The radiant oil
man of Pantomime, Spectacle, Comedy and
Burlesque brilliantly Blended.
oaie oi seats opens weunosaay at v a-tn.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
MONDAY, SEPT. 10.
THE FAMOUS IRISH COMEDIAN,
And his large and excellent company ot merry
makers, in wm. (m a spienuia comedy
drama, depicting New York
City life, called
The Rising Generation
A GREAT IRISH-AMERICAN PLAY.
Mr. Barrv and his crimn&nv made a tine Im
pression here last season In tho play and
scored a success.
Sam of seats opens Friday at the box office
Friday, Saturday and Saturday Mat.
StPlEMUKIt 1 AND 8.
The Peerless Comedienno,
HETIIK Hl.KNAHD CHASE,
And her excollont company ot thirty people,
producing the latest farce comedy,
Six Singing; and Dancing 8oubrettoa. Eight
Singing and Dancing Comedians. And her
own complete Bund and Orchestra.
. First time In this cltv of the latest New
York success, THE BEAUTIFUL LIVING
P1CTUKKS, presented at a cost of $1,000,
Saturday Matinee Hettle Bernara ('has In
"The Little Coquetts." Saturday Night
'1996." Sale of seats commences Wednosday.Sept.S.
gn'a.SEPT. 10 and 11.
Rose : Coghlan
Supported by the Coghlan Compauy.
FIRST Monday-Sar.lou's Brilliant Comedy,
FIRT j Tuesdny-Oscnr Wl'.de's Hatlre,
hekb A Woman of No Importance,
Galoot sents commences Friday morning,
Sept. 7. ! a.m., at tho Frothing ham box ollice,
t the following nrlc?H: Orchestra, J1.50; or
chestra circle, fl; Balcony, rows A and B, tl;
Palconv. row, (I ami i)Tru. uui,,. i..i....A
60c. ; Gallery, 2ia ' '
Week Commencing Monday, SEPT. 10.
Every afternoon and evening.
THE ItE WITCHING
EVERY PERFORMER A LADY.
EVERY LADY AM ARTIST.
This Is not a so callsd "Beauty Show," al
though composed of handsome women: but It
is a remarkable aggregation of genuine ar
ADMISSION, 10, 20 OR 30 CENTS
Two Performances Dally at i 30 and 8.15 p.m.
Children on Saturday piJWTa
Afternoons Only, lw villi ID,
W ITH FREE BEATS.
A. W. JURISCH
435 SPRUCE STREET
BICYCLES AND SPORTING
41etor Qendron, Eclipse, LoveU. Diamond
and Other wheels.
Thi Soraaton Tribune
stock at the NEw TARIFF PRICES, we offer a number of specials
York at about 00c. on the dollar.
10 dozen of our famous Derby Glove, worth
SI. 80, all colors. I
iuese tures gradeB compose the lot and
our price is OHo. a pair. A glove oppor
tunity that yon never bad before and
probably won't again for a long time.
Following are the new prices on our
regular stock. The best line of Kids in
the city, without a doubt, and every pair
4-button Czarina, in every shade made, $1.
&-nouk (. r.nrina. In every shade made, $1. '
v Tbe best dollar glovo ever sold.
Sbutton leuKtu, Suede, cream wblto only,
$1.3i; former price, $1.50.
ESTABLISHED 1806. 80,000 IN USE,
Instruments in svery sense cf the term as
applied to Pianos.
Exceptional In holding their original fulnsis
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Bay and soil Stock,Bonds and Grain
on New York Erohanges and Chisago
Board of Trade, either for oastr oil on
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C2Loeal Stocks a Specialty.
UuH DIKMICX, Manager.
Maloney Oil and
III TO J5I MERIDIAN ST.
See our FIFTEEN DOLL AS Solid
Oak Bedroom Sett
We sell Furniture as cheap as
any house In tho country that in
tends to give honest valuo for the
money. Try tib.
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inrl Snnxw streptfl.
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tpvuee Street, Scranton, Pa.
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO.
BCR ANTON AND WILKC5-BARRE, PA. UANOTACT0RKR8 Of
Locomotives and Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
General Office, SCEAJNTOH, Pi.
Among the specials are
4-button Brighton, any color yoo waok
former price. $1.50.
o-nooi, snienuia Dues oiuy.-H-Su
nrlce. SI 75.
4-button Jerome, black and colors,, S
iner nrira. 'L
4-button Monarch, ox-ilood only, $L75
uier price, Si.
si-iu; lurmurpnoe, a.
12-button Buede. cream only, teat kid,
This is the most important Glove Sala
ever inaugurated in Kcranton and no lady
should tail to attend.
Dr. E. Grewer
The Philadelphia Specialist, and his asRodated
staff of English and German physicians,
are now permanently located at
811 SPRUCE: ST., SCIIANTON.
The doctor Is a graduate of the University of
FPnnsylvania.formerly demonstrator of phvsi
olopy and surgery at the Modicc-Chlrurgical
College of Philadflphia, A specialty of
Chronic. Nervous, Skin, Heart, Womb and
DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM
The symptoms of which are dizziness, lack of
confidence, spxual weakness in men and wo
man, ball rising in the throat, spots floating
before the eyes, loss of memory, unable to con.
rentrnte the mind on one snbjeot, easily
startled when suddenly spoken to, and dull,
distressed mind, which unfits them lor per
forming the actual duties of life, makinghap-
riuess impossible: distressing the action of
he heart, causing fluu 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, lack of energy, nervousness, trembling,
Confusion of thought, depression,constipatiou.
weakness of the limbs, etc. 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 rour physician
call upon the doctor and be examined. He
cures the worst cases of NervonsDebillty.Scro
fnla.Old Sorcs,CatarrhPiles, Female Weakness,
Affections of the Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat,
Asthma, Deafness, Tumors. Cancers and Crip
ples of every description.
Consultations free and strictly sacred and
confidential. Office hours daily from ta. ta.
toil p. m. Sunday 9 to i
.cso nve scent stamps for symptom
blanks and my book called "New Life."
1 will pjy one thousand dollars in gold to
anyone ft horn 1 cannot cure of PILEPTIO
CONVULSIONS or FITS.
DR. E. GREWER.
811 Spruce Street, Scranton, Pa.
ea.es. such as Weak Memory, Loss of Brain Power, Hea'tMhe. Wkulni,
Ion Manhood, NlyhHy KmlluW N"0mM',li?,n""nJ?Jfc7,,1iJK?
CaribeoarrtedlBvestpoowi. si perDnj,ior"
. . . . . - . . . . . . .
ever offered to Ladles,
d to married Xadles.
Price 1.0O per box, ft boxea tot $S.OU.
17 Penn Avenne.
Pharmacist, cor. Wyoming Avenue and