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THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUTE SAT URDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 8. 1894.'
QUARLES HAD NO SUPPORT.
Poor Fielding of the Boranton Club Loit
Sfbinofield, Mass., Sept 7. Qacrlei
(but oat Springfield today (or five in
EiDgi without a bit orrnn. Alter that
BprioBfieldH long biu began to go oat
Hnd, aided by tbe poor fielding of tne
Scrantoua. tbe game was easily won by
tbe borne team. Tbe fielding of both'
team waa not up to par, Cahill par
ticnlarly distingniahing himself with
frequent error. Score:
B. H. P.O. A. X.
Shannon, es 1 0 1 a 2
Donnelly, 3b 1 1 2 4 0
Lyncb. 2b I I fl 8 1
Scheffler. rf, 2 10 10
Leahy, c 0 0 2 0 0
Bolleuus, cf 0 0 4 0 0
Nadeaa, If 1 1 3 0 1
Breckinridge, lb 12 8 10
Graber. p 10 12 0
Total -8 6 27 13 4
R. H. P.O. A. E.
Cablll, 2b. 8 3 8 0 8
Johnson, cf 1 4 0 0 0
Patcheo, o 0 8 7 0 1
Rogers, rf., 0 .1.3 0 0
Whitehead, 3b. 0 1111
Hess, If. 0 0 3 0 0
Lehane, lb 0 0 10 0 1
Pbelan, 88 0 0 0 2 0
Queries, p, 2 10 8 0
Totals .1 13 27 5 6
Springfield. ...0 0000224 08
Earned runs Sprinefleld, 1: Scranton.l.
First bane on errors Springfield, S; Scran
ton, 3. First base on -balls Off Qruber, 2;
Quarles, 6. Struck out By Gruber, 1;
Quarles, 1. Home runs Scheffler. Two
base bits Donnelly, Lynch, Nadeau,
Breckinridge, 2, Kacriflce bits Lyncb,
Schelller, Leahy, Patchen. Stolen bases
Donnelly, Lenby, Nadeau, Cab ill,
Patchen. Double plays Lynch and
Breckinridge; Shannon, Lyncb and
Breckinridge. Hit by pitcher Quarles, 1.
umpire Doescner. nme
BETTS MADE A HIT.
And in Conetquenot Won tbe Game for
Wilkes-Bxrkb, Sept. 7. The battle
between pitchers Ilealy and Meekin in
today's game here between the home
team and tbe champion Eries was de
cided by Rett's eafe drire in the tenth
Inning with two man on bases. Meekin
held tbe visitors down to foor bits,
pitching a wonderful game. Tbe in
field work of Wilkea-Barre waa superb.
Weather fine, attendance 800. Score :
WILKEB-BARItB. I ERIE.
B. H. 0. A. E. II, if. AO. E.
I.yttle, if...O 3 8 0 (j!Nich's-n,2U 1 a 6 0
Pcttit, 2l.. 0 0 4 U Smith, a..O 0 5(0
fitoariia, lb.8 1 15 0 0 Shoaron, rfO 2 0 1 0
Luzutto.rM 2 1 0 (I I ally, of.. .0 0 S 1 0
Ilerta, cf...O K!0 IIIFIeWl, lb...l 1 15 1 8
tilNin,3b..O U05 PlRorgor, e..0 0 8 1 0
Warmir, o.O 1 0 1 0 Kuolno,3b.O 0 0 2 0
M'M'h'a.sKO 1 3 5 0;VanD'ke,H0 0 10 0
MtwLin, p.O 0 0 8 0HiUy, p...0 0 13 0
Totals..! IS 18 0' Totals ..11 30 W 1
Erie 0 OUOIOOOOU-1
Earned mns-Wilkes-Barie 1, Erie 1. First
base by Mrrors-Wilkes-Barre 2. Erio 0. Lett
on base WilkesBnrro U, Krie 3. First base
on hallo Off Meekin 3, off Bealy 1. Struck
ont By llcckin 8, by Healy o. Three-base
hits-1'ield. Two-base hiti-Stearns. Btolen
bses-Fioll, Vandyke. DouMe blays Pettit
to McMahnn to fcituarus (2) Hit by pitcher
Botts. Wild pitches Hoaly (,) Umpire
Dave Corcoran. Timo l.tw.
At PottSTlllo - Pottijlle, 8; Shenan
doah.8. At Lancaster Lancaster, 13; Ash
t At Beading Beading, 1; Pittsburg, 6.
At New York
New York....0 1 2 1 1 1 0 0 0-!
Youkere 0 0 0 8 0 1 2 0 410
Base bits New York. 10; Yonkers, 14.
Errors New York, 8; Yonkers, 4, Bat
teriesClarke and Wilson; Daryea and
Altlllgan. Umpire Homung.
Philadelphia.. 6 6 0 6 0 0 0 0 110
Phila. State... 1 1 300040 0-9
Hits-Philadelphia 14, State 12. Errors
Philadelphia 0, State 8, Batteries Har
per and Clements and Grady; Ely and
Both. Umpire Anderson.
Buffalo 9 0 1 0 0 0 03
Boston 5 0 0 0 2 3 1-11
Base hita Bnffalo, 7; Boston, 14. Errors
Buffalo, 4t Boston, 5. Batteries-Victory
and Urquhart; Hodson and Tenny.
Umpire Deaiy. Game called to allow
Boston to catch train.
BASE CALL BRIEFS.
It Is laid that Jessie Bnrkett, of the
Clevelanda, will play on the Giant outfield
Manager Eelly claims that he did not
know be was scheduled to play as Erie
until it was too late to get bis men to
gether. Captain Anson continues firm in the be
lief that Bceton will win the pennant,
with Kow York second, Cleveland third
BLd Baltimore fourth.
Last Thursday the Minneapolis and In
dianapolis teams played a game in which
66 runs and 68 hita were made, which is
the run and La bit rooord game of tbe
The trading cf Hemming by tbe Louis
Villas for Inks, of tho Baltlmores. and a
money coaeUisrMioa is smother evidence
that tbe Louisville club U preparing to
get oot oC tbe league.
Manager Ward end Treasurer Talcott,
of New Y.-M-k. tra both in favor of an
elgbfc-ctabeircaift. Neither will say, how
ever, that he bWievea tbe present oircuit
will be redaoeA next season.
The attendance at tbe games in National
Where Bcicnce ends and Com
mon Sense should rule. Persons
of sedentary habits are liable to
Indigestion or dyspepsia. These,
. in turn, will bring on nervous dis
orders, kidney complaints, consti
pation, etc. This is especially
the case with merchants, students
and scientists. They will give you
the exact dimensions of Jupiter,
the distance from Saturn to the
sun to a foot, but they cannot or
will not tell themselves what will
cure this train of disorders.
. For ailments resulting from f.e
dentary habits inactivity of the
.liver, habitual constipation, etc.
tho entire medical fraternity of
Europe and America almost unan
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league cities on labor day was as follows:
At New York. 23,600; at Brooklyn, 6,618;
at Boston, 8,223; at Philadelphia, 6,800;
at Baltimore, 24,460; at Pittsburg, l.SiiO;
It seems that Umpire Connolly was at
fault tor the diegracef al scene in Ucranton,
in which Outfielder Griffin figured. Con
nolly was drunk and struck UritHn In the
face for disputing his decisions. Spring
field Union. That statement is as abso
lutely untrue and in fact maliciously false
as the statement in the same paper that
"every player in tbe league says Scranton
is the rooehest city to play In on the cir
cuit." The writer of that knew that he
was telling an untruth when he penned it.
In no city in tbe circuit, we will venture
to assert, is more consideration shown to
visiting clubs than in Scranton, and such
is tbe city's reputation in base ball circles.
Umpires are frequently derided here for
decisions that "roast" tbe visitors as on
errors of judgment that injure tho home
COMING PICEON SHOOT.
Will Be Held at Ball Park on Sep
There will be a pigeon shooting
tnateh held at tbe Scranton Ball park
on Friday, Sept 28, under the auspices
of Green Ridge Gun olub. This match
will decide wbo is tbe champion wing,
hot of Northeastern Pennsylvania.
Tbe winner of the gold medal will be
come tbe absolute owner.
No entries will be received after
Sept, 15. Each shooter will shoot at
twenty-five pigeons. All ties will be
shot off at five birds each. Tbe
rise will be twenty -one yards;
eighty yard boundary. Tbe use
of one barrel only will bt al
lowed, and the position of gan
must be as follows: Tbe shooter at
trap must bold bis elbow at side, and
butt of gnu below tbe elbow. Only
one and one-fourth ounces of shot will
be allowed. Any shooter that allows
an incoming bird to get past hi in with
out shooting at it the same will be
eonnted a lost bird. The sboot will
commence at 2 p. m. sharp. Gates
open at 1 p. ill, Tbe entrance fee will
The following prizes will be con
tested for: First prize. $73 champion
ship gold medal; second priz', JGOham
merless shot gnn; third priz-, $13 stop
wattb; fonrtb priz, $10 Remington
rifle; fifth prize, $10 gun case; sixth
prize, flU split bamboo nsuing rod;
seventh prize, $10 bunting coat; eighth
prize, $10 sportsman's umbrella.
TIPS ON TOOAY'S RACES.
Horses That Bhoull Come First Under
There will be some fine racing at tbe
Driving park this afternoon. All of
the horses entered for tbe weekly mat
inee of the Gentlemen's Driving club
are evenly matobed and tbe events
should be exciting. "Centaur's" tips on
the events are as follows;
S.50 class Maud L first; Little Agnes,
second, Thief or Pet Hand, third.
8.00 class Daisy, first: Frank S., second;
one of the Beauties third.
2.40 class Keeley, I Brut: Dan. second;
Abagail, third. In this race Duke is quite
likely to win owing to the extreme nerve
of bis driver, Mr. Payne.
MEWS NOTES FROM WALES.
pptcial to tht Scranton Tribun.
London. Anjr. 29. The popular South
Wales weekly, the Cardiff Times, dis
patched a special correspondent to St.
Wlnlfrede's well, at Holywell, to inquire
into the eenuineness of tbe miraculous
cures alleged to havebeen performed there,
ana in an interesting article ne declares
that bejis completely satisfied with the an
tbenticityof the cases.-He mentions where
tbe "blind bave bad tbeir sight restored,
the dumb made to speak, tbe deaf to
bear, and so for tn. l bave visited tne
well about thirty or forty times and have
enjoyed many a dip into the terrible cold
water of Holywell, but apart from giving
me an insatiable appetito I am not aware
of any healing properties. It generally
gave me a touch of toothache.
The Cymru Tydd society is forcing
ahead and it is difficult for my country
men in America to appreciate the vast im
portance which this association will cer
tainly develop. It will rule all political
questions, control all national matters and
ultimately will really be Wales in a nut
shell. At the Llandrlndod convention last
week the constitution was passed, the
main feature being "to conserve tne na
tional individuality of Wales" and to pre
serve the Welsh language and foster the
cultivation of literature, art and muslo in
Wales. In politics no man will be adopted
as a candidate in any election unless he
pledges himself to tne objects or the
leagne. Among other quostlous the league
will agitate lor tne popular control or tne
liquor traffic; the improvement of the con
dition of Welsh miners and quarrymen,
and a scheme for tbe natural Beit-govern
ment of W ales. Tbe league is destined to
be a more important factor in Wesh af
fairs than even the Land leaguo was in
Irish affairs, although tbe two are similar
in the manner of being conducted on ag
Tbe Arvon Calvlnistic monthly meeting
made a collection amounting to $0111 to
wards tbe Cilfynydd explosion relief fund.
As a result of the recent litigation tbe
Tarinn suggests that all Congregational
ists should sign a bond agreeing to all
differences being settled by tbe church
authorities. Tbis would certainly avoid
mnch scandal but it is rarely that we find
a tribunal in any church capable of dis
pensing justice impartially.
M. E. Jones, of Llanbedrog, has recently
returned from the Welsh colony at Pata
gonia and after an experience of seven
years his praise is but half-bearted. It
will be fresh in tbe minds of most of your
WeUh readers that this colony was
founded by Bev. Michael D. Jones, of
Bala college, bat he made the great mis
take of choqslng not a British territory
but the Argentine Republic as tbe locate
of tbe colony. -
Samuel B. Thomas, an old resident of
Wilkes-Barre and Soranton, writes me
upon his return from Patagonia. Mr.
Tbomas Is now in Wales and reports hav
ing met Captain Rogers and family, late of
Hyde Park, Scranton, and who was nour
ishing In tbe colony. Another old resident
of Hyde Park, whom he bad met, was
William Fireman, and Mr. Tbomas states
that tbe two emigrants would be delighted
if their relatives who still reside in your
city would periodically forward thorn a
copy of the Scranton Thibunb. They
should be addressed Captain Rogers, Chu
bal, via Buenos Ayres, South America.
Sir Q. Osborne Morgan, M. P., chairman
of tbe Welsh Liberty party, in speaking
recently of the house of lords remarked,
"It contained men wbo had figured iu tbe
moet disgraceful annals of the divorce and
bankruptcy courts and who would not be
tolerated in any decent assembly."
Some scandal has been caused In Car
marthen, where Deacon John Tbomas, of
tnat town, waa nneu iu lor being on
licensed premises during prohibited hours.
The deacon had fonr piuts of beer in less
than an hour and he was soon stripped of
bis uiaconate. as ne inorooguiy ueservea.
The Dowlals murderer, Samuel Blisset
has beefl committed to the assizes upon a
charge of wnnui muraer.
The news of Jabez Balfour's coming re
moval from tbe Argentine Republic to be
a guest of ber majesty In a London Jul I is
hailed wltu great satisfaction in Wales.
Jabes found Wales bis bappleBt hunt Inn
grounds in the Liberator swindles. , He
concocted the name Liberator as one re
sembling the Liberatiouist society fordis-
esiaoiismng tbe cbucu, and tbos eniistea
tbe sympathy of tbe non-comformlsts and
unfortunately tbeir money alio.
The friends and aoDnortera of Aberys
twyth college are jubilant over tbe sue- i
cess of its students at the recent oxamlua- '
tions. Tbe passes are: Aberystwyth, SO;
Cardiff, 15; Bangor, 4.
A new biocranhv of Wales' great evan
gelist, "Williams or Wern," has been pub
lished and is selling rapidly. Owen.
STOItlES OF THE STAGE.
Some Rather Good Ones Narrated by
Actor W. H. Crane.
Actor Crane is credited with these
stories of the stage: There is a well
known munnger who is generally re
garded as the Mrs. Malaprop of the
proiessiou, ana the anecdotes or uis
laughable mistakes in the use of words
and his general misunderstanding of
much that is said in his presence are
among the most amusing theatrical
happenings that have ever come un
der my observation. I once chanced
to be present during a rehearsal at his
theater, when he noticed that the gen
tleman who manipulated the cornet iu
the orchestra was not playing. "Look
here." said the manager, coming down
to the footlights, "why aren't you
playing?" "Because, sir, I have six
teen bars rest here," said the cornet
player pointing to the score of his mu
sic, "liest!" said the exasperated
manager. "Do 1 pay you to rest? Now,
you go right ahead and play. If I
catch you restiug again I'll discharge
you." On the same occasion a young
actress in the play undergoing rehear
sal made an entrance iu a way that he
did not like. "Here," he exclaimed,
impatiently, "that is not the way to
make that entrance. You must come
in paroquettiug on . your toes.'J- Of
course the worthy soul meant pirouet
ting. I once sat behind this same
manager at a banquet when be was
culled ou to respond to the toast, "The
Stage," and he did so in a speech which
for grammatical errors was simply
unique. When he sat' down a wag
who was present arose and proposed
the united healths of the gentleman
who had just sat down and Lindley
Murray. This toast was drunk amid
shouts of laughter, and meanwhile the
victim of the joke turned to me and
asked, angrily: "What did that fel
low mean by proposing me and Lind
ley Murray together? 1 don't know
any Lindley Murray. Why, I never
heard of him. Is he any relation to
Patsy Murray, what used to keep the
gin mill In Hester street?"
Europe has 1,500 theaters.
Huston has fourteen theaters.
Anna ltoyd is with "Aladdin.'
Manslield has engaged Amy Busby.
Calve will tour America uext sea
son. Felix Morris will produce "The Best
Tragedian Balvini was born in a
William A. Brady will produce
Jean de Eeszke is an enthusiastic
Man tell will do "Hamlet" and
Mansfield will produce "Arms and
Robert Hilliard will star In "The
Frederick de Belleville Is with the
Rose Coghlan company.
Emma Nevada will produce Wag
ner's "ine fairies" in this country.
Marie Wainwrigut will impersonate
two sisters in the "Daughters of Love."
Hausmann's "Enoch Arden" will he
sung at the Berlin Opera next winter.
Henry Irving may attempt a serious
play written uy Mrs. numpnry ward.
Verona Jarbeau, of "Starlight"
fame, will not scintillate this season.
"1492" received its four hundred and
seventh performance on Friday night
in New York.
Lawrence Hauley and George Os
bourne have been engaged for U rattan
Donnelly's "An American Girl."
A play calletOthe "Trolley System"
will rapid transit an American theat
rical company to fame and glory.
A topical song 8,000 years old was
sung in a comic opera lately produced
in Australia by a traveling Chinese
Joseph Jefferson will bo seen this
season in the "tncKet on the Hearth"
and "Rip Van Winkle," but will not
play in New York.
The mythological ballet is out of
lasbion in l ranee, and has been so for
the past fifty years, but it seems to
llourish still in Russia.
Paris has one theater to every 32,000
inhabitants; New Y'ork one to every
tiO.OOO inhabitants and Scranton one
to every 33,500 Inhabitants.
Delia Fox made her debut iu "The
Little Irooper" at the New Y'ork
Casino and the crowd in attendance
was the largest iu the history of the
Verange de la Nux, of Paris, has just
finished a musical drama, taken from
Sophocles, entitled "Labdacides." The
principal role will be taken by the
young American soprano, MissCourte-
Robert McWade, whose impersona
tion or tne Jttauoi in "Friend Fritz"
was so thoroughly enjoyed by Scran-
tomans last season, will appear this
winter in the" ioung Mrs. Wlnthrop"
Rose Coghlan will present only three
plays this season, "Diplomacy," "A
Woman of No Importance" and the
"Woman in White." The former two
will be seen here at the Frothlngham
Stuat Robson's season begins iu a
week. This year he will play "Ijeap
Year or, the Ladies' Privilege," "The
Henrietta" and "She Stoops to Con
quer." A. new comedy will be pro
duced later in the season.
Four Biff Successes.
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Xhe new tariff has worked some changes in the Kid Glove business, which are very much to youi
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long that is we'll leave you to figure out; wo don't know.
In connection with our regular stock at the NEW TARIFF PEICES, we offer a number of specials
bought at a bankrupt sale in New York at about 50c. on the dollar. Among the specials are:
SO dozen 4-button Suede Gloves (large
pearl buttons), large variety ot shades.
This glove is honestly worth $1.25 a pair.
OUR SALE PKICE 19 09c. and they
won't last long.
Here is a lot that no lady can resist.
Tbe wonder is how they csn bs sold at the
price. Eight-bntton length Suede Mos
quetaire, In Modes, HI ates, ttrey s and Tans,
black stitching, gussets between Angers;
In fact, a REAL Kid Glove worth every
cent of $1.7.1. Also 25 dozen West End
Pique Gloves, in English Keds only, 4-button;
a great glove for hard service. And
Do ITcm Sleep Well ?
If not, get one of nature's BEST SEDATIVES,
A Pine Iffattre&s
They Are Inexpensive.
Friday, Saturday and Saturday Mat.
8EP1EMHER 7 AND 8.
Tbe Peerless Comedienne,
IIETTIK BEBNAKD CHASE,
And her excellent company of thirty people,
producing the latest farce comedy,
Six Singing and Dancing Sonbrettos. Eight
Singing and Dancing Comedians. And her
own complete Band and Orchestra.
First time In this city of the 'fittest New
York succoss, THE BEAUTIFUT LIVING
PICTUKtS, presented at a cost of $1,000.
Saturdsv Mutince Hottle Bernard Chase In
"The Little Coquette." Saturday Night
"lWfl." Sale of seats commences Wednosday,Sept.5.
Tu0esdayy?aSEPT. 10 and H.
Rose : Coghlan
Bupported by the Coghlan Company.
FIRST j Monday-BarJou's Brilliant Comedy,
here 1 DIPLOMACY
FIRST j Tuesday-Oscar Wilder Satire,
heke I A Woman of No Importance.
Hale of seats commences Friday morning,
Sept. 7, V a.m., at the Frothmgbain box office,
at the following prices: Orchestra, $1.5(1; or
chestra circle, $1; Balcony, rows A and B, $1;
Balcony, rows C and D,75c; Balcony, balance,
50a ; Gallery, gHo.
ACADEMY OF' MUSIC
MONDAY, SEPT. 10.
fHE FAMOUS IRISH COMEDIAN.
And his large and excellent company of merry
makers, in Win. Gill's splendid comedy
drama, depicting New York
City life, oalled
The Rising Generation
A GREAT IRISH-AMERICAN PLAY.
Mr. Barry and his company made a Una im
pression here last season In the play and
scored a success.
Sale of seats opens Friday at the box o (Poe.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC
TUESDAY, SEPT. 11.
FITZ and WEBSTER
A Breezy Time
Crisp, Breezy and Entertaining.
A Novel, Original and Hilarious Musloal
Fl I M M V Comodlans,Speclaltles,Dialogues,
r U l I ' I Situations and Climaxes.
PRCTTV Girls. Singers, Dano
r n C I I I ers and Costumes.
Sale of seats opens Saturday at the box office.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 12.
CHAS. H. HOYT'S
Highly Successful Political Satire,
A Texas Steer
Just ait Always Was.
Geo. Washington Jr. Fishbaok
and Tbe Committee
Will all be there in their usual entertaining
way. Company is stronger than ever.
Ssle of ssats opens Monday at the box office.
Week Commencing Monday, SEPT. 10.
Every afternoon and evening.
EVERT PERFORMER A LADY.
EVERY LADY Atf ARTIST.
This is not a so called "Beauty Show," al
though composed of handsome women: bnt it
Is a remarkable aggregation of genuine ar-
ADMISSION, 10, 20 OR 30 CENTS
Two Performances Dally at 2. 9) and 8.15 p.m.
Children on Saturday fl? WPfl
Afternoons Only, VtiSJM 10.
WITH FREE SEATS.
I ob Work ...
I nsat m Tht ScrantM Tribune
TABTV . . .
- . oatoht 0 lob Dept.
SALE OF KID
10 dozen of our famous Derby Glove, worth
$1.50, all colors.
These three grades compose the lot and
our price is 08c a pair. A glove oppor
tunity that yon never had before and
probably won't again for a long time.
Following are tbe 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, !.
S hook l zirina. in every shade made, SL
The best dollar glove ever sold.
8 button length, Suede, cream white only.
S1.S5; former price, $1.50, ' '
ESTABLISHED 1806. 0,000 IN USE,
Instruments In every sense of the term as
applied to Pianos.
Exceptional in holding their original fulnew
NEW YORK WAREHOUSE, Ka 80 Fifth
115 Adams Ave. NewTelephons Bdg.
We Linn AM Co,
Boy and sell S'-ockBacdeand.Qriiin
da New York Exchaej -u4 "Chiesgc
Board of Trade, either for oash' or on
412 Spruce Street.
t3TLool Stocks a Specialty.
6, M DlFi'iEtllCK, Manager,
Maloney Oil and
HI TO 151 MERIDIAN ST.
See onr FIFTEEN' DOLLAR Solid
Oak Bedroom Sett
We sell Furniture as cheap as
any house in the country that in
tends to give honest value for the
money. Try us.
209 AID 207
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CQ
BCRANTON AND WILK CS-BABBB. PA. JfANDFACTOEEBS Otf
Locomotives and Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
134 WYOMING AVENUE.
I THE BEST
S OF PROPHETS
S for the future it tbe oast. During tbe outre than fef
S tilstenoe over 65,000 people
I The Emerson Piano.
, There trt tome pfenet that will o&t you i
will. IfToaealo Dainp.b.rff1i' nrinn tntt
them. Drobablr too will bar
ray you'll not get better piene, nor a. kandeatirer, nor one mvn
" durable. It tt impoeeiblwto imtsre-on rbe best.
REASONABLE PBICK CASH 1NSVALUSKKXA BET.
4- button Brighton, any color yon want, tl 40
former price. $1.50.
5- hook, splendid black only, JL60; former
prlui, $1 75.
4-button Jerome, black and color i, 81.75; for
mer price, Si
-button Monarch, ox-blood only, $1.75; for
mer price, t-.
8-button Suede, black only, beat French make,
$1.75; former price, Si
1'2-button Suede, cream only, real kid, $1.85;
worth $2.25. .
16-button Suede,cream and all evening shades
This is the most Important Glove Sale
ever inaugurated in Scranton and no lady
should fail to attend.
0pp. Court House.
Dr. B. Grewer
are now permanently located at
" l I'enu.
:- -ll'l" II 8 P' I I" ! ft
The doctor is agraduateof the University of
Pennsylvania, formerly demonstrator of physi
ology and surKry at the Medico-Chlrurt(ical
t'ollec of Philadelphia. A specialty ot
Chronio, Nervous, Skin, Heart, Womb and
DISEASES OF THE KERYOOS SYSTEM
Tbe mptoma ot whtoh are dizziness, lack of
confidence, sexual weakness in men and wo
man, ball rising in the throat, spots floating
before the eyes, loss of memory, nnable to con
centrate the mind on one subjeot, easily
startled when suddenly spoken to, and dull,
distressed mind, which unfits them for per
forming the actual duties of life, making hap-
f lness impossible; distressing the action of
be hoart, causing flush ot 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, constipation,
weakness of the limbs, etc. Those so affected
r "Id consult us immediately and be restor
tjfty perfect health.
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED,
Weakness of Young Men Cured.
It you have been given up by your physician
call upon the doctor and bo examined. He
cures tbe worst cases of Nervous Debillty.Scro
fula.Old Sores,CatarrhPlles,Female Weakness,
AlTections of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Asthma, Deafness, Tumors. Cancers and Crip
ples of every description. ,
Consultations free and strictly Btcred and
confidential. Ofiice hours daily from It a. m.
toil p. m. Snnday 9 to 2.
iju.'iooo nve 2-ccut stomps for symptom
blanks and my book called "New Life."
1 will pny one thousand dollars in gold to
anvono whom I cannot cure of EPILKPTIO
CONVULSIONS or FITS.
DR. E. QRKWER,
BOldPost Ofiice Building, corner !Pennve
nue and bpruce street.
General Office, SCB ANTON. FA
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