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, THE SCI? ANTON TOIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 18, 1894.
COMING PIGEON SHOOT.
Ii Creating Considerable Interest In
Seranton marksmen particularly and
sportsman generally are discussing tbe
coming championship ihoot of the
limn Bldgettan duo at tbe nana du
Dark next week. Friday, epi 513
Eight handsome and ralnable prist
are offered aad the matoh ii open to
markamen of Northeastern Pennsyi
vania. Thirty entries, including many
of the crack shot of tbia section of the
atate. hare been reoelred and many
mere will enter before the entries elosa
this week. Sstniday. Sept. 23.
The quality of prizes offered will
lire an Idea or tbe importanoe or tne
First prize 175 gold medal, presented
Dy uree Kings unn ciuo.
Second prize (W) bammerless gan, pre
sented bv Green Ridae Uua elub.
Third prize $43 gold stop watch, pre
sented by lumber dealers of Seranton.
Fourth prize Gun case, presented by
u. w. scniager.
Fifth prize Bamboo Ashing rod, pre
sented by E. W. Parker.
Sixth prize Remington rifle, presented
by A. w. Jurliu.
Seventh prize Hunting coat, presented
by G. W. Felton.
Eighth prize Sportsman's umbrella,
presented Dy Alexxmnn, jr.
The rules are for twenty-ooe yards
ana to use ol one barrel only. Uue
nnd-a-ooarter ouoee abot will be nsed
Eaoh contestant will shoot at twenty
five lire pigeons. All ties to be ahot
on at nve bird.
A thousand bine pigeons, like those
need by Hoey, Welsh and Bogardus In
the national championship, have been
oruerea irom woraen, at liarrnourg,
An admission of 25 cents will be
charged. Tbe shooting will begin at
Cleveland i o n o fi 2 4 n ni2
Brooklyn 0 100300026
Hits Cleveland, 15; Brooklyn, 11. Er
rors Cleveland, 3; Brooklyn. 4. Batter-
iei ouiuvan aua dimmer, nenneay ana
Kiuslow. Umpire McQaald.
Cbicsgo 0 0000000 22
Kew York....O 0001120 1 &
Hits Chicago. 4; New York, a Errors
Chinaim. H: Nav Ynrb 8 Rarinriwi
Hutchinson and Scbriver; Meekin and
r arreu. u mpire Liyncn.
At St Louls-
St Louis 0 100020 S Trt
Boston 0 1011200 0 5
Hits St. Louis, 11; Boston, 7. Errors
r. Lioum, ; Boston. .batteries Haw
ley, Wilier and Twineham; Nichols and
tianzel. Umpire Hurst.
At Pittsburg First game
Pittebnr? 0 0 0 (1 1 n 1 n n o
Baltimore 0 8 0 1 4 0 1 1 010
Hits Pittsburg, C; Baltimore, 18. Er
rors Pittsburg, :!; Baltimore, a. Batter
ies Menefee and Weaver; Hemming and
Robinson. Umpire Betts.
Pittsburg 0 0100000 01
Baltimore 0 0100021 04
Hits Pittsburg, 9; Baltimore, 9. Errors-Pittsburg.
2; Baltimore, 2. Batter
i ies Ehret and Weaver, Esper and Robin
son. Umpire Botts.
Louisville 1 3 0 1 0 2 07
Washington 1 0 0 0 1 0 46
Hits Louisville, 14; Washington, 8.
Errors Louisville, 1; Washington, 1. Bat
teries Knell and Cote; Haddock, JUcGnire
and Dugdale. Umpire Keefe.
No game between Cincinnati and Phila
delphia. OTHER GAMES PLAYED YESTERDAY.
At Pottsville Pottsvllle, 6: Provi-
WHIRLS OF THE WHEEL.
W. M. Perrett is now in Philadelphia for
. a wen neeaea rest, lie will remsia here
about two weeks and will then consider
taking a position with some cycle manu
Harvey UhlerVi latest idea Is the forma
tion of a racing men's club in Philadelphia.
To be eligible to membership in same tbe
applicant should be able to ride in 2.30 or
New York oycllsts, aided by the press,
Bre endeavoring to obtain from tbe park
use of tbe wheelmen in Central park. See-
iu(4 imieo vi unuie pains ' laia on lur
equestrians, the wheelmen expect their re
queet will be granted.
Newark, N. J., has adoptod a new plan
to prevent reckless riding on its streets. A
number of wheelmen have been commis
sioned aa special police, whose duty it Is to
stop all would-be "scorchers," who dellgbt
to show what tbey can do on the streets of
Tbe Riverton Atbletio association in
tends giving a minstrel ahew in tbe near
future for the purpose of raising funds for
the new club house, which it is hoped, will
be erected by Dec. 1. By way of exciting
interest in road riding among tbe mem
bers, three prizes will be given the men
making the best mileage from Sept. 1 to
At Egg Harbor Saturday W. A. Wenzel,
of tbe Quaker City wheelmen, won first
prize in the three bicycle events, one mile,
2.40 class, one mile handlcap,and five mile
the time for the latter being 14.18 1-5.
BASI BALL NOTES.
The following players of the Yonng
Men's Christian Association teaYn will re
port for practice at the base ball park to
morrow afternoon at 4 p. m: Hoffner,
Brooks, Williams, Surdam, Reese, Allen.
Davis and Malott.
The Yonng Men' Christian Association
Base ball team and the Eureka team of
Provldenee-wlll play a game of base boll
at the ball park on Wednesday afternoon
at 8.80. It will be remembered that these
two team played an eleven Inning tie
game not long ago, score 6 and 8. and
great rivalry exists between them as to
who are champions. Both teams are com
posed of strong players and a good game
is expected. Admission 15 cent.
When 8s Many people are taking and
deriving benefit from Hood's Sarsaparilla
why don's yon try It yourself t It will
bnild you up. Hood's Sarsaparilla will
make yon atrong,
Hood's litis cure nausea, sick headache
indigestion, biliousness. Try a box.
Ccranton'a Buslnssa latsrssts.
Thx Tribcn will soon publish a care
fully compiled and classified list of the
leading wholesale, banking, manufactur
ing and professional interests of Seranton
and vicinity. The edition will be bound
in book form, beautifully Illustrated with
photograTure views of our public build
ings, business blocks, streets, etc., together
with portrait of leading citizens. No
similar work has ever given an equal rep
resentation of Scranton's many indus
tries. It will be an invaluable exposition
of our business resources. Sent to
persons outside the city, copies of
this handsome work will attract
new comer and be an unequalled
advertisement of the city. The circu
lation is on a plan that cannot fail of good
result to those concerned as well as the city
at large. Representatives of The Thibuki
will call upon thobi whob names
are dkrired in this edition and explain
its nature more fully.
Those desiring views of their residences
in tub edition will please ltave notice at
AT THE OLD DEPOT HOTEL,
r ALT! OKI VliiLE,
is prepared to receive summer boarders and
furnish rigs for tourists to surrounding- towns
and summer resorts.
Ten candidatea for , membership will
present themselves for initiation into
the order of tbe Patriotlo Order Son
of America tbl (Tnesdsv) evening,
This occasion will be celebrated bv the
ppearanoe of a number high in official
dignity on thl occasion. Among the
nnmber who will grsce it will be H. T,
Koehlor, A. J. Colborn, Harry Hope,
well and others. ' A delegation is ex
pected from Warerly and also from
Newton. Refreshments will be served.
Tbe mnob needed rain has at last ar
rived and has greatly aided the enjoy'
ment of all, for the weather now is
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Potter attended
the tenth anniversary of Frank Carr
at Dnnningson Monday evening of last
week, at which there were 200 gneats.
Tbe Rev. F. H. Parsons administered
the ordinance of baptism by Immersion
on Sunday afternoon at 3.30 at the
Uravel lake to ten Dersons.
Tbe Electric Star lodee. No. 400.
Independent Order of Odd Fellows, are
doing some grand work just now.large
meetings of mash interest, and will
confer the following degrees on Sstur
day evening: next: The Initiatory toone
candidate, the first degree to one, and
the third to one. Resolutions of condo
lence were passed npon tbe death of
me wife or one of ner esteemed past
granas, jobn a. Antoine, of Justus.
Harry Austin, of Montolair, N. J
is visiting bis parents ber for a week.
Tbe Mississippi lilver 400,000 Years Ago.
Did you ever figure on what was tho
probable condition of tbe great Mississippi
river 10,000, 100,000 or even 400,000 years
agor iscientlste suggest that tbe erosion
of its bed was accomplished by a mighty
cataract, which began far dnivn the river.
probably at the place wber&it then emptied
into the gulf, and by gradual retrogression
dug out the vallpylikn gorge through
which it now flows. That this theory is
tenable may be inferred from the high,
wall-like bluffs, features so characteristic
of the upper part of its course.
A wearing away of a monster cataract
would of course necessarily leave hich
walls or "bluffs" on either side. These are
the well known features of the father of
meandering streams. It would seem, ac
cording to this theory, that St. Anthony's
nuis constitute the remnant of what was
once the most stupendous cataract in the
world. Geologists estimate that it has
taken the river -100,000 years to carve out
the mighty ditch' through which it now
flows. Philadelphia Press.
Early British Trade.
Latin authors to early British trade, there
is a grew; oouy or circumstantial evidence,
based unon the discoveries nf iintlniim-ioQ
which nil tends to prove the acquaintance
oi me unions witn commerce. Lastly, it
mav ha iiskivl whn iinHni-tm.li- th ...,ii
of minerals by sea from Britain to the
coast oi uermany; for the .Britons, so far
as we know, had no great skill in seaman
sbiD. It is a remarkiihlA tixrt Hint- fi
the end of the Fourth century, all the coast
or uniain, rrom tne wasn to the Isle of
Wight, was known to thn Knmntxi no "tlm
Saxon shore," and it may be reasonably
I., e I i. i, .
wierreu mat it was so canea uecauso it in
cluded those rjorts from whlnh Snvnn cl,i,o
had long been in the habit of conveying
cargoes to me came ana ucrman coasts.
1 ' i, r .
Everything Seems Wrong
to the dyspeptic. Tho world is
upside down; tho times are oat of
joint; he's ready to turn his back
upon his beat friend.
Now the thing that oftencst is
wrong with dyspeptics, is their
choice of a remedy. Thev are
drngs and medicines on the one
hand Carlsbad Sprudel on tho
other. They can't both b8 right:
there's too much difference in their
methods and in their results.
Carlsbad the waters of the
Sprndel Spring at Calsbad have
been curing dyspeptics for hun
dreds of years. Curing them.
No remedy in the world has been
so thoroughly tried and proved,
in all digestive disorders, stom
ach troubles, lack of appetite, or
perverted nutrition. Add a little
of the genuine Carlsbad Sprndel
Salt to the first tumblerfull of the
water, if you desire to increase its
Do not be imposed npon by un
scrupulous dealers who will sell
you a mixture of Seidlitz Powder
or Glauber Salt as "Improved
Carlsbad Salt" or. "Artificial
Carlsbad Salt," "German Salt,"
or other names. Insist upon the
genuine article, which must have
the signature of "Eisner & Men
delson Co., Sole Agents, New
York," on every bottle. .
Can be onred by simple treatments and the
truss thrown aside in a short time.
Nodotentlon from buslnoai .
A safe and radical cure for every variety of
hernia, by a new method.
No charge for consultation and examina
tion. SCR ANTON
GERMAN RUPTURE CURE CO.
. 203 WASHINGTON AVE.
I Regular $32 Wish Chair
Until Bpt, 21,
Choice In Covering and Style of Up
holstering, 1 BENTON,
331 Adams Avenue.
U'anfi of all hinds cost that much, when
paid for, in advance. 'When a book ac
count it mads, no c'lorgi will be (ess than
to crnts. This rule applies to all small
want etls, except Situations Wanted, which
art inserted t'RKE.
C ALESM EN EVERY COUNTY. SALARY
j or commission. No experiencs. New
tar! II bill e voi unlimited nronta. Active men
i M'ly quickly, stating sa nry and territory
wameu. fllAf.tr AU I U KbKS, Box WU, tlos
ton. GENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE TO
l V sell the latest aluminum novelties, enor
menu profits, sell at siuht. delivered free, ho
cure territory. Sample in velvet lined case
with full information, 10c. Catalogue freo.
Aluminum Novelty Co.. Utt Broadway, New
WANTED SEVERAL LAD1E8 TO A8-
' ' sist in publishing work, also learners;
will pay from 15 to Hi s week. For particu
lars addrusa, witb auiuy, J. U. U., Tuibuk
CWUAB8 IN ANY QUANTITY, lis CLIFF
TOH KENT FURNISHED FRONT ROOM
i on first floor, with or without boaid. U2
PCRNISHED IIOUSE FOR RENT UNTIL
x April 1, 1S95. Apply at m clay avenue.
I.OU KENT-TWO OFFICE ROOMS IN
Temnla Cntirt. Hnllflinff. RnrupA at.rnft-.
Kont very low. Apply to Dr. E. Urewor, Old
1 u!uouice fsunaing-,
j;olt RENT ONE-HALF STORE. 120
a renn avenue. 8au per month,
TWK RENT NICELY-FUR.vISHED HALL
1' suitable for lodge rooms. JOHN JEK-
mvb, iiu Wyoming avenue.
I WILL EXPOSE TO PtTHUtl SAT.E. AT
X the premises of Philip Bartron. 71 West
i.acKuwanuaveuiia, t-crantou, Pa., ou Fri
day, September II, at 10 o'clock a.m tho
personal property, consisting of two lumber
wautone, buggy, blaoksmith tools, harness, one
marn, a cau auu oluruuce, ana other property
iMiiuB premises. .1. .1. r a n r. 1 , nnorirr.
C MALL FAKM-WE HAVE NAMES OF
farms. Send full particulars. Make price
low. it. nitfliST uuueuysi, Price building,
rpo WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: THIS IS
i to notify all persons interested that Mr.
d ward Freeman is not authorized to collect
any money lor us on any account whatever.
V e will not recognize kiiv rnwinta oivnn hv
by him in his or our name. All payment
mum, ue 111 uue 10 us or our attorneys. Watson
Diohl, Commonwealth BniWing, Seranton,
r. ti. iSZ CO.,
New York City.
VOU WANT THIS RELIC REPRINT
A Frank Leslie's Illustrated Weekly War
muHiruiiuus loui-iBt);). two volumes rollo,
Slti-fjUt liAVfthln tnnnt lilv (III. 1 ,vH W
express complete, prepaid. Address P. O.
muuu i , uio uioson street, seranton, fa.
It nnos, etc., bound or rebound at Tna
iriiuu.NE oiiico. Quick work. Reasonable
IfEAL TICKETS CAN BE HAD AT 141.
a1 corner Spruce street and Franklin ave
nue. Twenty meal tickets for $3.uU tiood
"INSTATE OF HARRIET LYMAN. LATE
j- ui lue Hiwnsuipoi jiauison,Lacaawanna
county. Pa., decoasod.
Letters testamentary npon the above-named
estate hnvimr been irranti'd tn thn nn.iar.
sigued, all persons having claims or demands
against tne said estate will present them for
pnynient, and those inducted thereto will
piuase mauo immediate paymont t
V P. VAN BRUNT,
MILES A. LYMAN,
WATSON & DIF.HIi. Attnmays for Eft.to.
Notice to Property Owners.
rno THE OWNERS OK RFPUTKD OWN
A ors of property bounding anil abuttingon
both sldua of Franklin avenue. btweon Spruce
street and Mulburry street, tn the Eighth and
cixbtHiircii warus 01 mecicy or Cjcriiut.m, ra.:
Take notico thatuuder tho direction of conn.
oils I will make the as -sstnient for paving
Franklin n venue betwt-en the points named
nuovo wim vi! -inua orira pavement on a con
crete base, toiretherwlth the neoostary curb
ing, or recurliing, croxswilk, curb and plates,
etc., on Monday, tuo 21th day of September,
A. D. 1S54, at 111 o'cloi-k in the loreno m. at my
office in the .Municipal building, city i f Scran
t"D. Pa., at wh eh time and place you may ap
pear and be heard if you so desirei JOSEPH
P. PHILIPS, city engineer.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
XI appli ation will be made to the Goverm.r
of the State of Fennsvlvan'a, on Friday, the
iwemu uhv vi ucioDor, iMii. oy tiouise f.
Burt, Grinnell Burt, John Sayer. Charles
( aldwell. Edgar M. Revnolds Charlea T, Uiw.
ley. Oe0. L. Weaver Jas. D. Evans, under the
Act of Assembly of the Cnnimonwnnlth nf
Pennsylvania, entitled "An act to provide
for th Incorporation and regulation of cer
tain corporali ns," approved April iSlth,
174, aud the supplements thereto, for tbe
charter of an intended nnrnnrntinn tn ha
culled "The Scrnntou Land and Improvement
company," the character and object of which
h tne purchasing of real eeiato and the lm-
firovement thereof and the selling and leas
ng of the eume, with or wiihout improve
ment, and for these purposes to have
and possess and enjoy all the rights.
benefits and privileges of said act of assem
bly and Its supplements.
umitiiw i.. mawi.ey, Solicitor.
TRESRMAKINO OR PLAIN SEWIKQ BY
tress. Aidreas H. L. a, e Adams avenue.
WANTED BY A YOUNG MAN OFGOOD
references, a Dosltlon of anv kinl
driver or hotel work preferred. E. M 30J
ITUATION WANTED BY A Rnv is
1 years 01a. Auuress 4v uswell court.
SITUATION WANTED FOR WASHING,
HMMiug vi ujr uju 01 worK
hll,mllnll Pnll rtf. ,l,lAua T. t) QO, H
tumner avenue, city.
rOY WANTED APPTiY TO THE TRIB-
TINE'S Hunesdala oflim. Pilll.nipn.
OITUATION WANTED BY GIRL TO DO
MRS. THIEL, 223 Penn avenue.
BARKEEPER A STEADY, SOBER AND
industrious young man would like tn
cure a position; understands his business and
Is a good, quick mixer; would like a position
In city or country and can furnish good refer
ences from last employer. Address, Bar
keeper, WO Lackawanna ave Seranton.
GRAND. AUTUMN EXCURSION
Long Brnch,Ooejn Grove and Asbury Park
AND RETURN IN ONE DAY,
Saturday, September 22, '94,
Central Railroad of N. J.
Special excursion tickets from Seranton
Will be BO'd good to iro onlv on awvrial trsln
leaving Seranton at 6 a m Sept 22, and for
return on special train leaving Ocean Grove
and Asbury Park at 5.46 p.m., Long Branch at
5.6!i p.m. fame day.
r AilD. fUB Tlltt KUUND TK1I', SJ3.3S.
What is More Attractive
Than a pretty face with a fresh, bright
complexion! For it, nse Poiionl's Powder.
I'MVSH IANS AND MJUOKON.
DR. G. EDQAB DEAN has removed to US
Spruce street, Seranton, Pa. (Just op-
i"jaiie couri-nouse bauare.j
DR. A J. CONNELL, OfOos S01 Washlngtoa
avenue, corner Spruce street, over
r rucne s arug store, iiwnaence, ta vinsn.
Office bours: lUSUtolXa. m. and to 4 and
iwtoijU p. m. Sunday, 8 to 8 p. m.
IR. W. K ALLEN. Office cor. Lacks-
J wanna and Washington ave. ; over Leon
ard she store; office hours, 1U to 11 a. m. and
bvo 4 p. m.; svemngs at realdenoa, una.
I J h. C L. FREY. Practice limited to Dls-
xj eases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat;
office, a Wyoming ave. Residence, Vine
I U. L.M. GATES. 125 Washington Avenue.
U Office hours, S to a.m., l.DU to S and I
wjpp.in. xtesiaencejw maoison arenu
10HN L WKNiZ. M. 1).. Ufflcss Si! and 61
Commonwealth building-, residence 711
8; Sundays 130 to 4. evenings at residence. A
specialty maue or diseases ol tne eye, ear, noss
ana tnroat and gynecology.
R.KAY. 20BPennAve 1 tu8n.ni : call mi,
Dig. of women, obstetrics and dis. of chil.
T M. a RANCK'S Law and Collection of-
o , floe. No. 817 Spruce st opposite Forest
Hons. Seranton, Pa,; colleotious a specialty
throughout Pennsylvania; reliable correspond-
nts in every county,
1 ESSUPS A HANI AtWin nri IVmnul.
' lors at Law, Commonweal Ui buiiding.
nasiuBgwa ave. w. h. jassnp,
Horace E. Hand,
' W. H. Jesscp, Jb.
. ,, h. mm, m , mmvrm-
nevs and fVinnanlnra at Law. Renabiicaa
nuiiaing, Washtogton ave.. Seranton, Pa.
PATTtKiiON ft WILCOX, Attorneys and
Counsellors at Law; offices 8 aud 8 Library
vuuuug, noranton, fa.
RoSWIUi H. PATTIRSOK
William A Wauoox.
A LFRED HAND. WILLIAM J. HAND. At-
fi. torneys and Counsellors, Commonwealth
oniiQing, Kooma W, al and tl.
F. ROVT.F Atlnrnav.Bt.TAw Knm IQ .rul
av, purr punqmg, waenington avenue
ENRY M. SEELY -Law offices In Price
nuiiding, ia washlagton avenue.
pRANK T. OKHiLL, Attomey at Urn Room
u. vom r.icnang, pcranton. ra.
MILTON W. LOWRY, I AU'ys, 227 Washing
C. H. VON STORCH, 1 ton av C. H. eouare.
1 AMES W. OAKFOHD, Attorney at Law.
O rooms 83, 04 and 68, ComtnonweaSth b'l'g.
(J AMUEL W. EDGaR, Attorney at Uw.
p Office, 317 Sprneeat,, Seranton, Pfc
f A WATRES, Attorney at Law, 423
lj. Lackawanna aue.. Seranton. Pa.
I) P. SMITH, Counsellor at Law. Office,
1 . rooms 64. 55. 56 Commonwealth building.
1 R. P1TCHBU. Attornair t In Com.
. monwealth bnilalng. Seranton, Pa.
C. COMEQYS, 321 Sprnoe st
f b. REPLOOLE, Attorney-Loans netto-
mm- 9 uawi vu rem secnruy.w spruce.
1 F. K1LLAM, Attornev-at-Law. )2U Wy
l't oming avenue, Seranton.
CCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA Scran
O ton. Pa., prepares boys and girls forcollegt
or business: thoroughly trams young children.
Catalogue at request 0 ens September la
Rev. Tromas M. Cams,
YV ALTBB H. BUI IX.
MISS WORCESTER'S KINDERGARTEN
and School, 412 Adams avenue. Pupils
received at all times. Next term will open
"l C. LAUBACH, burgeon Dentistj No, 115
. Wyoming ave.
R. M. KTRATTON. riffle, foul Eichsnw.
rpHE REPUBLIC Savings and Loan Asso
A elation will loan you money on easier terms
HH1 tlllV vntl hattm- r.n 1 . n,. .1
other association. Call on S. N. CALLL.N-
1KK, Dime Bank bulldinir
GR. CLARK A CO., Seedsmen. FlorlstB
and Nurserymen; store lit) Washington
avenue; green house.llijd North Main avenue;
store telephone 782.
GRAND UNION TEA Ca. Jones Bros.
70S. KUETTEL, 5i5 Lackawanna avonus,
tl Scrauton. Pa., manuf 'r of Win, Unun.
qHE ELK CAFE, 125 and W FrankUn ave
X nuu. Kates reasonahla.
, P. Zikoi.er. Proprietor.
ew . . ,W-G, SCHJ5NCK, Uanager.
Sixteenth street, one block east of Broadway.
i, j uiuu csjuare, riew iora
Amerlean plan, taw per day and upward.
ri'tliUTeM uniTun, - ...
p senger depot Conducted on the European
I"""- Vichir Koth, Proprietor.
DAVIS ft HOUPT, Architects. Rooms 2L
26 and 2A Commonwealth h 1,1' ank;
LLTFBl Arch'tt. Office, rear of
.1 mhiusjuvU m V UUUUl
k OWi2-vAr,lh, R Architect Pries
building,ll V, ashlngton Ave, Seranton.
BAUER'S ORCHESTRA - MUSIO FOB
balls, plonics, parties, receptions, wed
dings and ooncert work furnished. Fnr farm.
address R. J. Bauer, conductor, 117 Wyoming
ave.. over Hnlbert's music store.
TTORTON D. 8WARTS- WHOLESALE
" mmoer, rrice onnaing, seranton. Pa.
MEGAHGEK BROTHERS, PRINTERS'
supplies, envelopes, paper bags, twin
Warehouse. 130 Washington ave., Scrauton,
HORSES AN1 CARRIAGES FOR SALE
at 1583 Ca Douse avenue.
D. L. FOOTE, Agent
FRANK P. BROWN CO., WHOLE
sale dealers in Wood ware, Cordage and
OU Cloth, 720 W. Lackawanna avenue.
WILL TAKE PLACE AT
Seranton Base Ball Park
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, AT 9 A.M.
There waa never a ahnnt nf tht trlnri tn
Lackawanna countv. whv not turn ont hnnir
your friends even if yon do not shoot Tell
your friends about it Tbe winner of a medal
becomes the absolute owner. The following
are the prizes! . i .
First prize, presented by Green Ridge Gun
club, $ 76 gold medal.
Second Prize, presented by Green Ridge
Gun club, W) hammerless gnu.
Third prise, presented by Lumber dealers
Of Seranton, $45 gold stop watsh.
Fourth prize, presented by George W- Schla
ger.handeome gen ease.
Fi th prize, presented byE, R, Parker, split
bamboo Ashing rod. ,
Sixth prize, presented by A WY Jnrisb,
Seventh prize, nresented by George W. Fel
ton. hunting ooat, .
Eighth prize, presented bv Alex Dunn. ir..
The rules are HI yards rise, nse of one bar
rel only and only IU ounce shot allowed. The
boundary will be the fence which encloses tbe
grounds. Each shooter will shoot at io live
pigeons. All tl. s to be shot off at five birds
eaoh. An admission of 25 cents will be charg
ed, grand stand free. The public Is oordialy
There Is at the present time 6 entriea and
thi-y are the crack wins shots of north nut.
em Pennsylvania. We expect to have at
leai-t 40 entries which will take over LOW
pigeons to decide the contest. We have re
ceived a number of entries from Wllkaa-Barni
and Luzerne county. There will be no selling
out in this match, every ho iter will about the
thnot of his lire.
There has been nothing in years that has at
tracted such attention as our coming shoot.
me rrovia nce or feckvilie car frem
Seranton to ball park.
aii entries win cioie bept. K.
Address all letters to
GREEN RIDGE GUN CLUB,
, BOX 668, 8CRANTON, PA
GENT'S WHITE SHBRTS
Seamless, 2 pair for 25c., or 70c. for a box of 6 P2
Two of the Best Bargains we have ever offered.
Do You Sleep Well ?
tf not, get one of nature's BEST SEDATIVES,
They Arc Inexpensive.
THE S GRANTOR BEDDBG CO
MONDAY, SEPT. 17.
For Three Nights.
Reno A Williams' Company of Players, sup
Monday I Alexander Dumas' Great Play,
Wednesday THE CLEMEN CEAU CASE.
Tnesday j Sydney Grundy's Famous Co'dy,
Wt AN ARABIAN Nil HT.
Company-Wilbur M. Roe. E. SJtforey.Gea
Reno, Cora Wllliams,Fern Alword, Mrs. Alice
Harrison. Bale of seats ooamencee PrWav
morning at V o'clock at the Frothiagbam box
ACADEMY OF MUSIC
TTJESDAV, SEPT. 1&
A Trip to Chinatown.
First time In Seranton with the orig
inal New York oast, Including Harry Con
ner. HEW COSTUMES.
Prices 25, 60, 70 and SI. Sale of seats opens
Saturday at tbe bos office.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 19.
IN HI3 FAMOUH.
DRAMATIC!, BCEN1C AND
ELECTRIC PRODUCTION OF
A per formalin celebrated throughout the en
tire bngiisn-speasing wnnn,
8nnDorted by MI.-8 FlOREKCE ROBKRTS
s "Idarguerite." MK. EDWARD EU3XER
and a strong cant.
Sale ot eeata opens Monday at the bos office
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 20.
Fresh from his European success.
THE GREAT POWELL,
in a grand presentation nf
NECROMANCY aud a series of
WONDER WORK OF MYSTERY.
'.Everything Absolutely New.
Carriages may be ordered for 10.30 p. m.
Bale of seats opens Tuesday at tbe box of
fice. 3BriUlant dramatio event, the acconv
llshed artiste, Marie Wainwrlght, and a
rat claw company, Monday Hept. H4.
ACADEMY OF, MUSIC
FRIDAY, SEPT. 21.
Robert Garnella'e New Farcical Comedy lq
x our acis,
Under thetnumagement of Charles F.
THE GAR N ELLA'S H?cbk
And a Company ot Fun Makers,
Act I Drawing Room of John Hone'a Cltv-
Residenoe. Aot II Parlor of John Hope's
Now Home. Morlng Day.. ACT III-The Trial
Trips ef the Trolley. A Street In Eutopla.
Aot IV Garden of Mr. Hone's Countrr Reel-
deaoe. SpeclU-Soenery. Now Ideas.
tVBrfu iant Dramatio Event I The- accom
plished artiste, Marie Wainwrlght, aud a
nrst-ctaes company, eept. xt.
Week Commencing Monday, SEPT. 17.
Every afternoon and evening.
Extravaganza and Novelty Co,
Headed by the Peerless Lyrlo Artist
Bright, Breezy, Buoyant.
Better Than the Best Yet.
ADMISSION, 10, 20 OR 30 CENTS
Two Performances Daily at 2 80 and 8.15 p.m.
lob Work ....
tx-w . The !! THfcit.
OATOKT f) Job Deai
ESTABLISH RD 1806. 2,00 IN USE,
Instruments la every sense f- the teem as
aoplod te Pianos.
Ezeaptumal in-faekfin(t4balr origiaal fomets
NEW YORE WARZHOC6E, No. 80 Fifth
E.C. RickerSc Co.
1 15 A4u Ave. NewTsleplteM Bdg
We Lion Allen & Go.
Boy and sail gocks, Bond and Grain
en New Yck Kxakaogee and Cklugo
Bosud of Tra4e, either for ctsk or on
412 Spruce Street.
tlTLoeel Stocks a Specialty.
fiflalonef Oil and
(41 TO 151 MERIDIAN ST.
A Great Cut on
HULL & CO. S
A Solid Oak Table, with top
16 inches square, . . . G0o.
24 inches square, . . . $1
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CQ
I BCB ANTON AMD WTLKE8-BAEEI5, PA. ACTOKEB3 Ot
Locomotives and Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
j 134 WYOMING AVENUE. g
for the future Is the peat Daring the-nwre than forty jmit It g
tiisunoe over 5,00O people have pnrehaeed and played and-psewesl B
1 1h.e Emerson Piano. 1
I There era some plane that will eost too more than the Emerson
Ewtll. If yon enjoy paring htfh prices jaet for tSweato ef paying
(ham nmhaklw mji tt.il! r. . a iku. T)nf m4Sjf vkftk VAA
pay yen'll notgsta aettex pieno, nor a baaaNnurjar, nor one nor
durable. I ti Impeastble te tmotve- oa aha beet
Opp. Court House.
The PUladeliihiaSpeciaUat.and his associated
staff of FngliBh and German pfiyaioia is,
are now permanontljr located at
Old Post Office llvlidiar, Cernsr Penn
avenue and Hprnee street
The doctor is a (rraduate of the university of
Pennsylvania, f roierly demonstrator of phrsi
olosry and surgery at the Medico-t hirurgical
college of Philadelphia. His specialties are
Chronic, Nervous, tikin, Heart, Womb and
DISEASES OF THE KERYOUS SISTEK
The sympioms of which dizziness, lack of
eontldenoe. sexual weakness in men and wo
man, ball rising In the throat, spots floating
before the eyes, biasot memory, unable to con
centrate the mind on one subject, easily
startled when suddenly spoken to, and dull,
distressed mind, which unfits them for per
forming the sotual duties of life, makiiut hap
piness impossible, distressing tbe act! n of
the heart, causing flush of heat, depression of
spirits, evil forebodings, cowardice, fear,
dreams, melancholy, tire easy of company,
feoling s tired in the morning as when retir
ing, lai'k of energy, nervousness, trembling,
confusion of thougnt depression, conntip tion.
weakness of the limbs, etc. Those so affected
should eonsuitus immediately and be restor
ed to perfect health.
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
Weakness of Young Men Cured.
If you have been given up by your physician
call upon tbe doctor and be examined. Be
cures the worst cases of Nervous Debility,
KcrofnU. Old Sores, Catarrh, Piles, Female
Weakness, Affections of the Eye, Ear, Nose,
and Throat. Asthma, Deafness, Tumors, Can
cers and Cripples of tv-ry description.
Oonsulutious free and strictly sacred and
confidential. Orhoe hours daily from 9 a. m.
to 9 p. m. Sunday I to I.
Enclose five '1-ixd. stamps for symptom
blanks and my book oalled "New Life."
1 will pay one thousand dollars in gold to
anvone whom I cannot cure ot iiPILliPTIC
CONVULSIONS or TS.
DR. K. GREWER,
Old Post Office Building, corner Penn ave
nn and Krrnoe utrwt.
m i .mm. im Jlimi .l-J. I"'-'.JM
General Office, SCRANTON. PA.