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THE SCttANTON TRIBUNE ITIIDAT MORNIN'Q. APRHV2G, 1895.
Another Rood day of bnso bnll
weather yesterday permitted all of the
avhi'duleil National games.
In this city HazU-ton dufcnted "Hilly"
Barnle'8 men by a neore tC 10 ami 7.
California Johnson twirled for Scran
ton and was touched up for llfteen hits,
while only eight hits were made olt
Kenmm, who pitched his first proles
Pittsburg continued Its winning
streak and Is now two Barnes ahead of
Uoston, Baltimore and Hrooklyn. the
three clubs next on the list. Hrooklyn
Jumped Into second, place with Haltl
more and Uoston by defeating the for
mer and lialtlmore's lusing to New
York. Clevolund won from St. Iiouls
and thos. two clubs now occupy the
tall end together.
.Yesterday's National games and per
centage list follow:
Hrooklyn 0 3 0 I 0 0 S 5 2-11
l!altimore 1 0 1 01 M D-d
Hits ltrooklyn, at; Baltimore, W. Er
rors Hrooklyn, 5: Haltlmore, 5. Butter
ies Lucid. Stein und Grim; Gleason and
Robinson. Umpires Murray and Long.
At New York
Ntw York v...O 0300000 -3
lijston 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 0-2
Hits New York. 7: Uoston, 5. Errors
New York, 5; Hoston, 3. Butteries-Mevkln
nn.i Furrelt; Nichols and Gumell. Umpire
Philadelphia 3 0 0 5 4 0 10 15
Washington 3 3 1 0 2 0 0" 0 1 til
Hits Philadelphia. 13; Washington. 1..
Errors Philadelphia. 4: Washington, 4.
lotteries Carsey and Clements: Mercer,
JUrlarky. McOuIre and Mahonej I'm
rittsburg 0 1100200S 7
Cincinnati 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 04
Hits Pittsburg, W; Cincinnati. 2. Er
rom Pitsburg. 5: Cincinnati, 2. Batteries
Hart and Sug'fcn; Foreman and Spies.
Chicago 0 220000004
Louisville 1 0 0 1 0 5 4 4 015
Hits Chicago. 4: 'Louisville. 19. Errors
Chicago. 8; Louisville. 5. Batteries Strat
ton and Moran; Cunningham and Cote.
At St. Louis
Cleveland 1 00000030 4
Sr. Louis 0 00000200 1
Hits Cleveland. I; St. Louis, S. Errors
Cleveland. 0: St. Louis. 2. Hatteries
Cuppy and Zimmer; Ehret and Fellz. Um
Standing of National I.eaj-ne Clubs.
Flajxed. Won. Lost. PerCt.
P!tt3butv 5 1 .RS3
Boston 5 3 2 .M)
Baltimore .... 5 3 2 .600
Brooklyn 5 3 2 .M
Clnclnaati .... 6 3 3 .Sou
Chicago 6 3 3 ..vM
I-ouisville 6 3 3 .500
Washington .. 5 2 3 .400
New York , 5 2 3 .4u0
Philadelphia . 5 2 3 .400
St. Louis.. .. 8 2 4 .334
Cleveland ..... 6 2 4 .Sit
ONE FOR HAZLETON.
Won a Game from Locals at the Park
Barnle's nine boys In blue were un
able to prevent the Hazleton club from
winning a. victory at .the base ball park
yesterday afternoon In a game marked
by somewhat loose playing. Patchen
took part In his first jrame with the
locals this season and did fairly good
back-stop work, but his eye could not
locate the ball with any decree of suc
cess. Ward, conspicuous i;i a red
sweater, tried repeatedly to rally the
men and save the game, but they did
not seem equal to the task.
California Johnson was In the box for
the locals and his curves Just seem to
suit the Hazleton boys, for they treated
them with the jrreatest familiarity after
the fourth Inning. Ife was found fif
teen times for a total of twenty-one
basses. Winkle-man was put In at
short In place of Sweeney, but was not
able to fill the position in anything like
a creditable manner. He was also
weak at the bat.
Hazleton put Kennan In to pitch. It
was his first professional game, but he
proved himself a very promising young
man. He kept 'the hits well scattered,
and while he gave a good many bases
on balls they were, not as a rule costly.
Rothermel played a good game at short,
and McVay did some brilliant fielding
In center. The batting honors also be
long to him. At 'the beginning of the
elxth Inning It began to rain, delaying
the game twenty-five minutes. Score:
K. II. O. A. H
ward, 2b I 3 2 2 (I
Itrady, If 0 2 3 0 0
Wlnkleman, ss 0 0 0 2 0
Clark, lb 1 0 9 0 0
Whitehead, 3b 2 1111
Jloule, rf o 2 4 1 0
W. Johnson, cf 0 0 3 0 0
Patchen, c. 2 0 5 2 0
T. G. Johnson, p 1 0 0 2 0
Totals 7 8 27 10 1
It. H. O. A. B.
Jforan, Tf 3 12 0 0
J'.othermcl, ss 114 2 1
McVay, cf 0 3 2 0 0
Donovan, If 0 0 0 0 0
Motz, lb 1 2 5 0 1
Carfrey, 2b 1 2 6 2 1
Behank, 3b 2 3 2 0 0
Westlako, c 1 2 6 0 0
Kennan, p.. 1113 1
Totals 10 15 27 7 3
SoldOimuirhout the world. British
denot: F. Nowbmhv & Sohs. i. Kins
F.dward.tt.. London. Form Druo
ft Chm. Coar., Sol Props., Boston, U. 8. A.
Horanton 1 010022107
Hazleton 1 0 0 0 8 S 2 0 110
Burned runs Hualeton', 7. Two-base hit
Ward. Three-base hits Westlnke, Mo
Vay, Morun. Double plays Kothermel
and Mots. Struck out Seiiinton, 5; lla
sleton, 4. First huso on called balls
Horanton, 0; Hazleton, 2. Wild pitches
Johnson, 2; Kennan, 2. Passed ballM
l'atchen. 1; Westlake, 1. Tlmo-2.20. Um
other CninvN Played.
At Ilethlehem-AIK'nlowii, IS; Lehigh, 4.
COKXL'LL VS. PKINUiON.
Tho Two College Teams Will I'luy Hero
Tomorrow's base bull game lit this
city, between Cornell and l'llwetuii, Is
creating tv great deal of Interest. Col
lege enthuslusts and base ball crunks
alike will prolmbly swell the attendance
to at least the l.Doo-murk.
ltrooks, Williams and Uunster, of this
city, will pluy wilh the tigers.
TIih Cornell team Is stronger than
ever, having recently dofcated both tho
Syracuse find Klmira professional
teams. The probable make-up of Cor
nell will be Janson, left field; llussford,
center; licuchnmii, right; McNeil, first;
Aldrlch, second: Harmon, short stop;
AfTeld, third; Hamlin, catcher; and
either I'rleat, Smith or Cobb In tho box.
Cornell will arrive nt 3.45 this after
noon und Princeton at S.50. The Cor
nell men will be nuartered at the Ter
race. The grand stand will be decor
rated li orange Jind black for the
l'rlncoton, and crimson und white for
BASE H.U.I. NOTES.
Reading Is after Mark Baldwin, who
has been released by Philadelphia.
Marty Hogun Is batting hard for St,
Louis. If he can keep up his present gait
ho will be a star this season.
Mlllliran's Allentown State leaguers will
pluy in Wilkes-Barre tomorrow und will
try to get even with Shannon's men for
Allentowu's defeat a week ago.
Sporting writers generally are upholding
Umpire Lynch In his resignation from
the National league. President Young is
getting severely roasted for allowing tho
New York management to lead him by
the nose in tho affair.
The announcement going the rounds of
the papers that McLuughlln has signed
with Carbondale Is premature. McLaugh
lin Is under contract to Wilkes-Barre und
has not been released. Curbondalo Is
anxious to secure McLaughlin, but It has
not yet been decided whether Wilkes
Barre will let him go. It depends some
what upon how many sore nuis the other
pitchers get during the first fortnight of
th season. Wilkes-Barre Leader.
SWARTZ IS DEFEATED.
In Wilkes-Ha rrc Carver Wins the First of
A crowd of 300' persons at West Side
park, Wilkes-Barre, yesterday after
noon saw II. D. Swartz, of this city, de
feated by Dr. W. F. Carver, of Kaitsas
City, In the first of a series of three
pigeon shooting matches. Dr. Carver
shot So out of 9 birds. Mr. Swartz'8
score was 60 out of 95, but 23 of his
birds fell out of bounds.
Mr. Swartz was nervous and -will
make a better showing, so his friends
say, in the Scranton Driving park this
afternoon, and at Carbondale Saturday
morning. Dr. Carver had ridden all
the preceding night In order to keep
his appointment. He has a record of
9!) birds out of 100. Mr. Swartz has
killed 74 out of 73 birds, and In recent
practice shot 33 without a miss.
The matches are shot under tho
American association rules, 100 birds,
thirty yards rise, fifty yards bound
ary, five unknown traps.
AGAINST A RACE MEET.
Scranton Dicyclo Club Committco Makes
an Unfavorable Report.
Two Important matters were decided
at last night's meeting of the Scranton
Bicycle club. There will be no summer
race meet, nor will a banquet be held
The committee appointed to Investi
gate the advisability of the meet re
ported adversely. Their negative re
port was due largely to the refusal of
certain business and public concerns
and corporations to contribute toward
the expense of the meeting. These con
cerns had been appealed to because
they reap a profit from large gather
ings and contributed on former occa
sions. The banquet announced for April 30
was simply postponed. It will prob
ably be given before thu end of the
The prospect Is good for a local race
meet sometime after Sept. 1.
Yale and ilorvord Crews.
The Yale and 'Harvard University
crews have now been on the water
about the same length of time, and
they are both at the training tablu.
From the figures given below It will be
seen that Yale Is the heavier, the aver
age of the crew being 178.2 pounds to
Harvard's 173.6. The following l the
order of the two crews and their
weights as they rowed on Wednesday:
Yale How, Armstrong, 105; 2, Hol-
comb, 177; 8, Heard, 176; 4, Cross, 196;
5, Dater, 184; 6, Longacre, 1S1; 7, Tread
way, 175; stroke, Langford, 172.
Harvard Bow, Lewis, 169; 2, flhep-
ard, 109; 3, Damon, 170',4; 4, Fennessy,
173: C, Perkins, 178; (I, Watrlss, 178; 7,
Stevenson, 177; 8, Holllster, 174.
Corbett and U'Kunrko.
Cincinnati, April 24. Tom O'ltourke,
manager of Walcott and Dixon, has
posted $1,000 for either of these men to
fight any man of their class Corbett
may put up. This Is tho outcome of
an Interview with Corbett. The latter
says he will back Mysterious Billy
Smith or Tommy Tracey against Wal
cott, and Australian Billy Murphy
ALL KINDS OF SPORTS.
"Kid" Lavlgne has started to train at
Anbury Park for his fight with Young
Tho first of a series of summor socials of
the Excelsior Athletic club will he hold
next Wednesday night In O'Donnoll'shnll,
The senior class of Cornell has votod as
a class memorial to give a shell to the Cor
nell crow for the Henley regatta to cost
Captain A. E. Bull, of the 'Varsity crew,
will represent Pennsylvania In New York
on Saturday Instead of Chairman Hor
wltz, of the rowing committee,
Dan S. McLeod, of California, has chal
lenged "Farmer" . BurnB to a wrestling
match for 12,500 and his title of heavy
weight champion of the world, best two
out of three falls. "I'a.4on" Davles 1b
back of McLeod. '
J. A. Wilson, of '85 M., has been ap
pointed manager of the University of
Pennsylvania t.rack team. Mr, Wilson Is
one of the fast bicycle riders of the uni
versity and took a second place In Satur
day's bicycle race.
New York slate turfmen are becoming
nervous over tho delay of the racing bill
In thu legislature. At Morris Park prep
arations are being mnde, so there will be
no deluy In oponlng May 4, provided the
governor signs tho bill before that day.
Dick O'Brien, the Boston welter-weight,
Intends to get another mill with Joo
Walcott. Walcott recently said that
O'Brien gave him tho toughest battle of
his career. O'Brien and "Kid" MaCoy
have signed articles to box twonty-llve
rounds before tho Suffolk club, of Boston,
on May 20. Tho weight Is lltf pounds ut
Tint lighters are nt It again not In a
paHHUgu-ut-iirms, but with their mouths
uitd pens. FIlzslnimonH suys ho Is willing
to llnbl anywhere, and makes a strong
point when he nays that IC Corbett Ih will
ing to ll;ht Jui'kHon In England ho Hhotild
have no hesitation In meeting him (Kits
Simmons) there. There Is something in
that. Philadelphia Press.
The wrestling mutch ut Buffalo Tuesday
night between "Hobby" Iteukes, of Sil
ver Creek, and James Ollllgan, of Haver
hill, was one of the most stubbornly con
tented of any on record. The men began
wrestling a few minutes after V o'clock
und tugKcd at each other two hours and
llfteen minutes without either winning a
full. At the end of thut time llllllgan gave
up und Iteukes was declared tho victor.
The match wus for f-M and the gutu re
ceipts. President H. Murdoch Kendrlck, of the
Intercollegiate Alhletlu assoclutloii, bus
received u lettur from Oxford acknowl
edging tho receipt of thu assuclutlon's
challuiigo to international games und an
nouncing the arrangement of u conference
with Cambridge to consider tho mutter.
A definite reply Is expected In a week or
ten days. Various private letters re
ceived on this side of thu wuter give rise
to the hope thut a favorable reply will be
NOTES OF THE FLYING WHEEL
England's cycle trndo with America tho
past year has been only one-third usjgruut
us In IV. i3.
A circuit of electric light race meets ts
being arranged In IVunsylvunlu by a l'hll
adclphlan. Forty acres of land Is ono of tho prizes
at the Wisconsin division meet at Mari
nette this year.
Ten thousand dollars will bo raised by
the Asbury i'aik wheelmen to entertain
tho visitors ut tho leugutl meet In July.
Wisconsin wheelmen nro "sore" at
Chairman Uldeon because he will not put
badger state towns on tho national cir
cuit before Sept. 15.
Miss Kate Helnike, of St. Louis, has
been blind since youth. She Is un anient
whuclwomati uml takes her outings on tho
rear Beat of a tandem.
Miss Annie Londonderry, the female
who started from Chicago last year, has
reached San Francisco and Is on her way
to Chicago via the southern states.
L. S. Melntjes, tho South African who
came to this country In 1S93 and cuptured
the 60-kllometer championship at the In
ternational tournament held in this city,
is now in Kngland preparing for a season
of racing. Ho will not revisit America.
W. L. Sachtlcbcn, who has gone In
search of Lenz, tho wheelman who Is
thought to have been killed by the Ar
menians, Is now In Constantinople. He
expects to go Into Armenia in the middle
of April and will complete his seuroh in
The members of the Grand Army of the,
Republic residing In Minneapolis are fight
ing the wheelmen who wish to hold road
races on Decoration Day. They claim
that the holiday Is not for such purposes
and that the wheelmen desecrate tho day
by racing. They are trying to get tha leg
islature to pass a bill prohibiting It, but
are not meeting with much success.
Lehigh and Vv'llkes-Durro collieries will
work full time for tho remainder of this
Wilkes-Barre Record: The electric rail
way roads all over the country are all do
ing a fine spring business. It Is said the
Scranton companies are Increasing their
earnings at the rute of 20 per cent, com
pared with their business.
New York, April 25. The sales agents of
tho big anthracite coal carrying and pro
ducing companies held a conference this
morning. The agents spent several hours
In conference and then adjourned -without
action except an agreement to meet
again on Tuesday, April 30.
The report of Mine Inspector John M.
Lowls, of the Fifth anthracite district,
for the last year shows the following re
sults: Total production, 6,132,591 tons:
number of days worked, 190.2; number of
persons employed, 18,3111; number of fatal
accidents, 53; number of non-fatal acci
During tho winter, says tho Wilkes
Itarre Record, Ice gathered In tho now nlr
shaft at Alden of the Aldcn Coal com
pany In great quantities, so that It became
quite dangerous. Tho company tried to
dislodge It by the use or dynamite, but
with no. success. A few days ago It fell
down tho shaft with a terrific crash, tear
ing out several of the buntings. Some of
tho clinks, to uso the words of an old
miner, were as largo as gondola cars. The
damage done by the Ice can be repaired In
about a week.
The miss shaft at Hanover, started
three years ago, has been sunk to the coal.
Tho hoisting engines huvo been placed In
position and the breaker Is almost com
pleted and will be ready to prepare coal by
June L The Auchlncloss shaft, on tho hill
between the Illlss colliery and Nantlcoke,
Is down &KI feat, and the lumber Is arriving
for the breaker. When these two collier
ies, which ure owned by tho Delaware,
Lackawanna and Western railroad, are
ready they will give iployment to 2.0"0
men and boys. Tho outside superintend
ent Is Thomas f.'arey. The sinking was
done by Reese & Perkins.
It Is said that the dlnputo between the
Reading railroad and ithe Lehigh Valley
railroad relative to coal prices may lead
the latter company to build Its projected
lino to Freemnnshurg to tho out-off of
tho Pennsylvania railroad, thus parallel
ing the North I'enn road. It Is well
known that tho Lehigh Valley and Penn
sylvania componles are very friendly, and
It Is more than likely that the present conl
dispute will cause these two companies to
work more In unison than ever. The Le
high Valley company neverul years ago
made very complete surveys between
Kroemnnsburg and Shawmont, on the
Schuylkill river, where connection was to
bo made with the Pennsylvania line. Ono
of these lines follows tho Wlssuhlckon val
ley past Ambler, thence northward to tha
west of North Wales and Lansdale. It Is
from talcing medicine. They
don't like its taste. But they aro
eager to take what they like
Scott's Emulsion, for instance.
Children almost always liko
And it docs them good.
Scott's Emulsion is the easiest,
most palatable form of Cod-liver
Oil, with tho Hypophosphitcs of
Lime and Soda added to nourish
the bones and tone'up the ncr.
vous 6ystcm. Tho way child
ren gain flesh and strength on
Scott's Emulsion is surprising
even to physicians. . ;
: . All delicate children need it.
; Don't bi ptrtuadtd to ace.pt a tvbititutef
Scott & Bowne, N. Y. Ail Druggist!. 50b ond $li
said that this was thought the most feasi
ble route. The company was on the point
of awarding tho contract for the building
of the road, but Just then President Mc
Leod, of the Reading railroad, stepped In
and put a stop to It by leasing the Lehigh
Valley system. Thut settled the project
for some time, and nothing more of H was
hoard until the courts declared the lease
of tho Valley system void, and the Read
ing company passed Into the hands of re
ceivers. Tho story of building Is now re
vived, and rumors have It that the Valley
company and tho Pennsylvania officials
are discussing a connection at Fort Wash
ington with the Trenton cut-off which
would glvo the former company entrance
to the greut iiroud street station, Phlla
phia, Nine Months In lied. Cured In 24 Hours.
T. J. lllackmore, of Hullnr A lllack
niore, Pittsburg, Pa., says: "A short
tlmo Blnce I procured a bottle of 'MYSTIC
CURD:.' It got me out of the house In
twenty-four hours. 1 took to my bud with
KheumatlKin nlno months ago and the
'MYSTIC CUlll'" is thu only medicine thut
did me uny good. I had five of the best
physlcluns in tho city, hut 1 received very
little relief from them. I know the
MYSTIC C'lTKkV to be what It Is rep
resented and take pleasure In recom
mending It to other poor sufferers. Hold
by Curl Loreuz, Druggist, 418 Luckawuuna
avenue, Scranton. t
STOCKS AXI) BONUS.
New York, April 25. Irregularity
murked the course of prices ut the
opening of thu Block Exchange today
because of a sharp break In the an
thracite coal stocks duo In turn to tho
refusal of the New York coal com
panies to accede to tho demands of thu
Heading for 21 per ccrlt. af thu coal
tonnage. The reaction In the general
list, however, wus unimportant, and tho
market soon cut away from thu coalers
und moved up briskly under tho loader
ship of American Sugar. A feature of
tho afternoon trading was thu Inquiry
for tho luduHtrluls. In the lust hour
Jersey Central suddenly broke to
on the revival of the unfavorable ru
mors current recently about the coal
trade, but the decline hud no effect on
the general murket, which closed
strong. Not changes Hhow advances
of UalVi. The anthracite coalers, how
ever, lost Via per cent. Total Bales
Were 315,500 shares.
Tho rangu of today's prices for tho ac
tive stocks of the New York stock mar
ket are given below. The quotations are
furnished Tho Tribune by CI. du 11. Dim
mlck. manager for William Linn, Alien &
Co., stock brokers, 412 Spruce street,
O'pn- High- Low- Clos
ing, est. est. Ing.
Am. Tobacco Co ! 101V4 ! lot'4,
Am. Sugar Re'g Co.IWi 108'4 10X
Atch., To. & S. Fo... 8V fi'fi ,
Can. South 52'i 6-"i $2
Ches. a. Ohio Wlt Wi iMi l!"4
Chicago Gas 72'4 73'i 7-"4 73
Chic. & N. W B7li S'i 07 97'J
Chic. n. & y 7'1't 7'.Vt 74'i 75
C. C. C. & St. L 41 424 41 4!"i
Chic, Mil. & St. P... U1'4 l'2''!i 1'.4 K'i
Chic. It. I. & P 60'i Wi CUVi 07',
Delaware & Hud 127'4 128 12H 127Mi
D. , L. & W 15Hi I'm 15K l.VJ
Dlst. & C. F l.vi 17'd 15 17
Gen. Electric ffil'i 3P,i 8 3:iS
Luke Shore Wi Hl;,i H1'4 Hl'H
Louis. & Nash 55a ttl1. ta Bir'ii
Manhattan I'.le 117V4 118 11714 IWi
Mich. Central 10) lno'4 1U0 Km'i
Mo. Pacific Wt 2fi'4 2fl 2.14
Nat. Cordage tJVi C?h 0'i OMi
Nat. Leud.. aiij SPi 32"i 23
N. J. Central M OS H3"4 91'4
N. Y. Central V 9 9S",
N. Y. & N. B 39 4(1 39 39
N. Y., L. E. & W 124 12 12',4 12i
N. Y., S. & W., Pr... l'!i Sni 3t' 3tili
Nor. Pacllic 4'4 4", 4"i 4;a
Nor. Pacltle, Pr 2'i'4 21'4 20'4 21
Ont. & West 17 17 17 17
Phil. & Head 14 15 14 35
Southern K. K 13 14 13 14
Tenn.. C. & 1 2i 22 21Vj 22
Tex. Pacific 10 10 10 1(J
Union Pacllic 13 13 13 13V.
Wabash 7 7 7 7
Wabash. Pr Hi 17 1C 17
West. Union 89 89 X'J 89
B. & O "... Eli M GO Etl
B. S. G 18 18 18 18
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE PRICES.
O'pn- High- Low- Clos
WHEAT. Ing. est. est. Ing.
May 00 6) K9 tw
July 01 1 fil 61
September 02 02 61 62
May 2K 29 2S 28
July 2s 2S 2S 2s
Hep tern her 2u 20 20 2G
May 47 47 47 47V.
July 48 4X 47 47
September 48 49 48 48
May 6.95 G.95 6.!K !.nr
July 7.00 7 00 6.97 7.U0
September 7.1:1 7.15 7.10 7.15
May 12.25 12.25 12.10 12.22
July 12.51) 12.52 12.32 12.37
September 12.U7 12.72 12.00 12.72
Scranton Hoard of Trado Lxchungo
Shs. Vnl. BTOCKS. Bid.
20 60 Dime Dep. & DIs.
Bank 62 50
10 100 First Nat'l Bank too
20 Its) Green R'go Lum'r Co ....
100 101) Lacka, Lumber Co.., 110
5 100 Luck a. Trust & Safo
10 100 Scra'n Havings Bank. 200
10 1U0 Scra'n Lace Cur. Co
5 UK) Srruntnn Forging Co 100
25 100 Third Nat'l Bank.... 350
6 100 Nat'l Boring & Drill-
Ing Co., 1'r
45 100 Thuron Coal Land Co ....
3 inn Hcninton Bedding Co ....
4 ino Scranton Axlo Works ....
10 100 Scranton Glass Co
2 100 Scranton Jur & Stop
40 100 Dickson Mfg Co
CO 50 Lackawanna & Mont
m 100 Traders' Nat'l Bank
25 100 lionta Gloss Co
DO 100 Bprlng Brook Water
20 10 Laclca. Store Asso
80 100 Allegheny Lumber Co ....
30 1000 Scranton Trac. Co
2 500 Econ'y Wteam Heat
8 100 Madison Avenue Im
provement C COO Scranton Gless Co
New York Produce Mnrket.
Now York, April 25,-FIour-Qulet and
firm. Wheat Hull, firmer; No. 2 red store
and elevator, 65afillc. ; afloat, 6iiyi; f. o.
b., OCMUWHo. i ungraded red, 6ua5sc: op
tions firm nt slight advance; May, U4c;
Juno, 65c: July, GDc; August, C5Jc.
September, fidMc; December, 68o. Corn
Dull, turner; No. 2, nono here; ungraded
mixed, r.2a54c.; Bleamnr mixed, nnaSSo. ;
options firm; May, H2c; July, 52o.; Sep
tember, 53c. Outs Quiet, firmer; op
tions stronger; April and May, 32c; Julv,
85c; spot prices, No. 2, 32c; No. 2 white,
37c; No. 2 Chicago, 83e.; No. 3, 31o.;
No. S white, 87e.; mixed western, 32a
lo.; white state and Western, 3(in40c.
Provisions Quiet, s tend v. Lanl ii..t
about steady. Butter Steady, quiet; stato
uuiry, Buntjc.i uo. croumery, new, 19o.;
western dairy. 8a13'4e. : fll. pronmr.ru
new, 12n19.; do. old. 0a15c.; do. factory,
7nl1n.; Eights, 19c.j Imitation creamery,
llair.c. Cheese Steady, unchanged. Eggs
wuieip eiiny; mate anil Pennsylvania,
13c; western fresh, 13al3t',o.; southern,
12al2o.( duck, 18a23c.; goose, 30c.
Toledo Grain Market.
Toledo. O.. Aorll 25. Wheat nnnoli.ta
8,K) bushels; shipments, 49,071 bushels;
market firm; No. 2 red cash, fi3l4o.; May,
03c; July, Il2c: August, 62o. Corn
nuceipis, i.zuu bushels; sblimnts, 68.492
bushels: market dull: Nn. i niinuf i.uh
47V4o. Oats Receipts, 1,509 bushels; ship-
uitmin, Hum-, no irnning. uiover weed
Receipts. 110 hairs: shlnments. 411 hnn.
murket firm; prime cash, V.W April, $0.80:
October, $5.07; prime alslke, $5.50.
Philadelphia Tallow Market,
.Phllnilelnhln. Anrll 9r.Tnllnw la ln..
live and unchanged. We quote: citv,
prime. In hhds, 4e.; country, prime, in
liKln. 4H.n rliv HArlr in hl,l lUn .
4c. J grease, 8a3o. ' '
"My husband had two cancers taken
from his face, and another was coming
on his lip. He took two bottles of Burdock
Blood Bitters and It disappeared. Ho Is
completely well. " Mrs. Wm. Klrby,
Akron, Erie, Co., N. Y.
Is far superior to any
thing else shown in
features, they cannot he
MATTRESSES MADE OVER,
BED SPRINGS REPAIRED, Etc.
cSrWe don't ask you
satisfied with our work.
WANTS OP ALT, KINDS "OST THAT
MUCH, WHEN PAID FOK, IN AD
VANCE. WHEN A HOOK ACCOUNT
IS MADE, NO CHAKI3K WILL BE LESS
THAN Sir. CENTS. THIS HULE AP
PLIES TO SMALL WANT ADS, EX
CEPT SITUATIONS WANTED, WHICH
AI;E INSERTED FREE.
Help Wanted Male.
A ANTED BO Y TO WOKK IN BARBER
V ' shoo who bus bad soma expjrienco.
Call 107 Wyoming avunuu.
WANTED-A FEW RELIABLE MEN TO
VV canvOFS for most complete and bost
known nurseries in tho United Stntei: pecial
inducement". ELLWANUEll tt BARRY,
Rocuoster, N. Y.
C A Rl'EN T ER9 W ANTEDAPPLY AT 303
Lackawanna avenue, printing oflice.
WANTED WELL-KNOWN MAN IN
every town to nolicit stock subscrip
tions; a monopoly; liie money for agents: uo
capital required. EDWARD C. FISI1 A CO.,
Borden Block, Cuioago. 111.
CALE8MEN RHSIDENT SALESMEN
O wanted, acquainted with thu local and
n.arby Arug and grocery trade, to haudla our
lino of nigh grade cigars. Address, giving
references, J. EDWARD COWLES Co., 13
Chambers street, N. Y.
Helo Wanted Females.
V work in this olty ; salary paid. Call at
Lackawanna Valley House after 4 p. m.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY -TWO ENER
gotla Raleswoninn to represent us.
Guaranteed $0 a day without interfering with
other duties. Healthful occupation. Write
for particulars, ineloiing stamp. Mango Chem
ical Company, No. Ti John sti t. New York.
(,) FIRST FLOOR ROOMS TO KENT FOR
offleea. 11)4 Franklin avenue.
I 7)lt HE NT 7 ROOM HOUSE, NO. U
1 Forest street, Imtween Dickson works
and Erie depot, Inquire of
MONROE BROWN, Bull's Head.
T.'URNI.snED HOUSE TO RENT-EIGHT
V roim; modern improvements.
Oreen Ridge street, corner Wyoming.
rpWO LARGE, WELL LIGHTED ROOMS,
J. for rent nn second floor, 410 Lackawanna
avenue. Inquire In Btore of Boylo & Muck
luw, 41U Lackawanna avenue.
1OI1 RENT-TWO STORES, DWELLING
. houses and barn at 1114 and MO. Cedar avo.
Inquire nt Davidow Bros., tfl. Lacka. avenue.
T70R RKNTA BUI 'LDiNuTiN FRA NKLTn
J' nvenuo. suitable lor business. Address
P. O. Box 44.
F'OR RENT THE PHOTOGRAPH OAL
l..rv formnrlv occupied bv.U. L. Grifiin,
including rooms for housekeeping. 1!W Wyo
1TOR RENT A LARGE, 4-STORY 1WILD
J lug at 1 ;CI Irauklin nwnne; suitablo for
wholesalo business. CARSON & DAVIES,
1OB RENT FURNISHED AND UNFUR
1 nlshcd rooms at SIW Lackawanna avonuo.
1 j'OB BENT-SIX ROOM HOUSE ON WEST
Lackawanna avenue. Address THOMAS
E, EVANS, aear UK! Luncrno, Hyde Park.
i"0BKE NTNIC ELY FURNISHED HALL
J' sultnblo for lodgo rooms. JOHN JER
MYN, UK Wyoming uventie.
1ORBALE-ONBOFTHE BEST WHOLE
1 sale liquor houses in Luierno county.
Good opportunity for I lie rigiit man. Address
P. O, Box 837, Wilkes Barra, Pa.
I.OR SALE A COLUMBIA BICYCLE,
1 nearly new, 'III pattern: must bo sold nt
once: liargaln. Inquire of G. L. ACKER
M AN, ?-4 Wyoming avenue.
l.iOll SALE - FIRST-CLASS PACING
1' horses at vour own price. Come and seo
thorn. W. M. JKRMYN, Prlccburg, Pa.
'i ton, for salts r will oxchnngo for city
property; n bargain; rnll for particulars,
KOMT. MEltlUHliLI), 810 Spruce Btroet.
TrAHlH IW AORKS-Sli MILES FROM F.LbT
r hurst: 1 mile from pnstnlllon; school
near. Addross D. W. GORMAN, Moscow, Pa.
CMALL FARM WANTED - WE HAVE
O tho nnmes of soveral persons who wuut to
liny small farms noar Scranton. Wo oxchango
city property for oountry.
COMEGYS A FRANZ'
Houses on Credit.
1 1 OU8E8 BUILT ON CREDIT. AD-
J.JL dress look box 318, Scranton.
INSTATE OF CAPTAIN WILLIAM KEL
J William Kellow, Into of Scranton, Lacka
wanna comity. Pa.
Letters testamentary anon tho above named
ostmto liaviug been granted to the under
signed, all persons having claims or demands
against the said estate will present them for
payment, and those indebted thereto will
will ulooso make Immediate pnvment to
FHANCKS A. KRLLoW. Executrix.
JONES & POWDERLY. Attornsys for Estate
Oil Market. '
Plttnburg, April 25. Oil opened nntl low
est bid, 2(10; highest snip. I!u7; lowest and
closing sule, iio5ft here and at OH City..
to pay us for Cleaning your
AGENTS WANTED S'-D TO J30 PER DAY
easily mado iu any locality. Wo furnish
a line of samples free and allow 50 per cent,
commission for selling. Particulars free, or
we will mail a sample of our goods in sterling
silver upon receipt of tou cents in stamps.
STANDARD SILVERWARE CO.. Boston,
AGENTS MAKtfsiO DAILY SELLINGAlT
uininum novelties; new process silver
wnre; bar goods; big line, the new, wonder
ful metal; delivered free: sample in velvet
lined case. 10c; catalogue free. ALUMINUM
NOVELTY CO., iiii Broadway, New York.
A GENTS HINDE'B PATENT UNIVER
Jl sal Huir Curlers and Wavers (used with
out lientj, and "Pyr Polnted"Hair Pins. Lib
eral commissions. Free sample and full par
ticulars. Address P. O. Box iM. New York.
IITANTKD - ACTIVE SALESMEN TO
v V handlo our lino, no peddling. Salarr.
S75 per muutb and expenses paid to all. Goods
entirely new. Apply quickly. P. O. Box, 53US,
LARGE STOCK OF GOLD WATCHES
nt reduced prices. We have got a big
stock, too big in fact, of watches, good
watches, which we are willing to sell at very
cloee figures, barely cost, to reduce, at Mer
cercau & Council's.
TVOTICE-ON AND AFTER MAY 1. I
ll wbl make a monthly tour of the follow
ing places giving free op-jn air advertising ex
hibitions wilh the stereoptioon: Taylorrille,
Hyde Park, Providence. Dickson (ilyuhant.
Peck ville, Archbald, Jcrmyn. Exhibitions
given on Wednesday anil Friday of each
week during the month, the rates for adver
tising are JlO per mouth. Address E. H.
Call, Tribune office, city.
"rpUE SOLDIER IN OUR CIVIL WAR."
X You want this relic. Contains all of
Frank Losllo's famous old War Pirtirrs.sliow
ing the forces in actual battle, sketched on the
spot. Two volumes, 2,(luU pictures, fold on
easy monthly payment. Delivered by ex
press complete, all charges prepaid. Address
P. O. MOODY, A22 Adams Ave., iScranton, Pa.
BLANK BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, MAGA
zines, etc, bound or rebound at The
TuinuKU ollico. yuiek work. Reasonable
YOUNG MAN WOULD LIKE A POSITION
an butcher; has had Ave years' experi
ence; can speak Gorman and Euglisu. Call
;(S2 Franklin avenue.
SITUATION WANTED FOR WASHING;
washings taken home, also. Call or ad
dress U B., 014 N.Sumner avenue, Hyde Park.
T ANTED-SrrUATION AS FIREMAnT
V by a good, steady man. Address F-, Mi
Birch street, city,
T YOUNG LADY DESIRES-APOsiTION
1Y nn assistant bookkeeper, copyist or work
on n typewriter; writes a nont, quick hand.
Address Lock Box 14 e'eranton, Pa.
GIRL, III YEARS OF OF AGE, WISHES A
place to assist with housework or tako
caro of child. Address 1018 W. Lackawanna
avenue, Hyde Park.
UTANTEU POSITION - YOUNG LADY
lady would like position as steno
grapher and typewriter. Has had experi
ence. Can furnish reference. Competent
party. Address T. C, iUi Academy street,
SITUATION WANTKD BY A YOUNG
lady as typewriter or buslnefs corre
spondent Thoroughly understands book
keeping, quick and accurate at flgurca, writes
a splendid businrss hand. Address "Coffipe
tent," care Tribune omec.
Physicians and Surgeons.
DU. O. EDGAR DKAN HAS REMOVED
to BUI Spruce at reel, Sorimlon, Pa.
(JiiHt opposite Court House Square.)
Br" A." J CONNELL,"OI'KlCE 5M
Washington avenue, cor. Sprueo street,
over Krancke's drug stroe. Residence,
722 Vino St. Olllee hourm: 10.30 to 12 n.
m. and 2 to 4. nud 6. SO to 7.30 p. m. Sun
day, 2 to 3 p. m.
DR. W. B. ALLEN, 6U North Washington
DR. O. L. FREY, PRACTICE LIMITED
diseases of tho Eye, Eur, Nose anil
Throat; olllee, 122 Wyoming nve. Rosl
denno, 629 Vine street.
DR. I M. GATES. 126 WASHINGTON
live imp. Olllee hours, 8 to a. m., J.i',0
to 2 nnd 7 to 8 p. in. Residence 30!) Wiull
JOHN L. WF.NTZ, M. V.. OFFICES 62
and f.;l Commonweulth building; real
ileneo 711 Mudlson live.; olllee hours,
10 to 12, 2 to 4, 7 to 8; Sundays, 2.S0 to 4,
evonlngs at residence. A apuclnlty
mn.de of dlHen8B of tho eye, eur, nose
and throat und gynecology.
DR." " K A Y,2M PENN AVB.7 1 to 8 P. mTj
cull 20C. Dla. of women, obstietrlce and
and all dis. of chll.
SCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA.
Scruntiin, Pa., prepares boys anil girls
for collge or business; thoroughly
trains young children. Catalogue at re
quest. Opena September 10.
HEV. THOMAS M. CANN,
WALTER H. BUELL.
MIS3 WORCESTER'S KINDERGAR
ten and School, 413 Adams avenue. Pu-
' plln received at all times. Next term
Will open April 8,
Iu Silk and many dif
ferent weaves of the
newest wash fabrics.
209 Washington Ave.,
OPP. COURT HOUSE.
Brussels & iDgraia Carpets
Carpets unless you are perfectly
602 and 604 Lack, aye.,
d Corner Adams.
Headaches prevented and cared by Btrtsf
your eyes scientifically examined aod
fitted accurately by
EYES EXAMINED FEEE. Satisfactk
guaranteed io every case.
305 Spruce Street
JESSUPS & HAND, ATTORNEYS AND
Counsellors at law, Commonwealth
building, Washington avenue. i
W. H. JESSUP.
HORACE E. HAND,
W. H. JESSUP, JR.
WILLARD, WARREN & KNAPP, AT.
torneys and Counsellors at Law, Re
publican building, Washington ave
nue, Scranton, Pa.
PATTERSON & WILCOX, ATTOR
neys and Counsellors at Law: offices S
and 8 Library building , Scranton, Pa.
ROSWELL H. PATTERSON,
WILLIAM A. WILCOX.
ALFRED HAND, WILLIAM J. HAND,
Attorneys and Counsellors, Common
wealth building. Rooms 19, 20 and 21.
W. F. BOYLE, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
Nos. 19 and 20, Burr building, Washing
FRANK T. OKELL, ATTORNEY-AT-Law.
Room 5. Coal Exchange, Scran
JAMES W. OAKFuRD, ATTORN EY-al-Law.
rooms C3, 04 and Ci, Common
sTmUeTT W." EDGAR. ATTORNEY-AT-Law.
Otllce. S17 Spruce St., Scranton, Pa.
L. A. WATRES, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
423 Lackawana ave., Scranton, Pa,
UR1E TOWNSEND, ATTORNEY AT
Law, Dime Bank Building, Scranton.
Money to loan in large sums at 5 per
C. R. pitcher! ATTORNEY-AT
law. Commonwealth building, Scran
C.COMEGYS. 321 SPRUCE STREET.
b. b. replogle7attorney LOANS
negotiated on real estate security. 4ui
B. F. KILLAM. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
120 Wyoming ave.. Scranton. Pa.
JAS. J. H. HAMILTON, ATTORNEY AT
law, 45 Commonwealth bld'g, Scranton.
J. M. C. RANCK. 136 WYOMING AVE.
DR. WILLIAM A. TAFT SPECIALTY
In porcelain, crown and bridge work.
Odontothreapla. Olllee, 325 North
C. C. LAUBACH7 SURGEON-DENTIST
No. 115 Wyoming avenue.
R. M. STRATTON, OFFICE COAL Ex
THE REPUBLIC SAVINGS AND
l.oan Assoclntlon will loan you money
on easier terms and pay you better on
Investment than any other associntlon.
Call on S. N. Cnliender, Dime Bank
GRAND UNION TEA CO., JONES BROS.
JOS. KUETTEL, 615 LACKAWANNA
avenue, Scranton, Pa., manufacturer of
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE ELK CAFE, 125 and 127 FRANK
lit) avenue. Rates reasonable.
P. Z1EGLER, Propriotor.
W. G. 8CHENCK. Manager.
Sixteenth St., one block east of Broadway,
nt Union Square, New York.
American plan, $.150 per day and upward.
B. N. AN ABLE, Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOUSE. NEAR D., L & W.
passenger depot. Conducted on tho
European plan. VICTOR KOCH, Prop.
DAVIS & VON 8TORCH, ARCHITECTS.
Rooms 24, 2T and 20, Commonwealth
rear of OOti Washington avenue.
LlCrIS HANCOCK, JR.. ARCHITECT.
435 Spruce St., cor. Wash, ave., Scranton.
BROWN & MORRIS, AHCHl'HiCTd,
Price building, 126 Washington aveaua,
Q. H. CLARK & CO.. SEEDSMEN AND
Nurserymen; atore 146 Washington ave
nue; green house, ISM North Main ave
nue; store telephoe 782.
BAUER'S ORCHESTRA MUSIC FOR
balls, picnics, parties, receptions, wed-
' riinga and concert work furnished. For
terms address R. J. Bauer, conductor,
117 Wyoming avenue, over Hulbert's
MEGARQEH BROTHERS, PRINTERS'
supplies, envelopes, paper bags, twine.
Warehouse, 130 Washington ave., Scran
Frank p. brown & co, whole-
srIo dealers In Woodware, Cordage ana
Oil Cloth, 720 West Lackawanna nve.
tIhOMAS AUBREY, EXPERT Ac
countant and auditor. Rooms 19 and 20,
Williams Building, opposite postolllce.
Agent for the Hex Fire Extinguisher.