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THE flCBAKTON TMBXTOT-SATURDAY MORNIITO: APItlt, 27, 1895.
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Pittsburg won ng-atn yesterday ami
Is now three games oheud of Balti
more, the only club In second posltloiy
Seven clubs are tied for .third pluce,
more than will be In this position at the
lame time again this Benson. There
was no game scheduled for Cleveland
and Cincinnati, and at LouUvllle the
game with Chicago was postponed on
account of rain.
In a close and lively game Seranton
defeated Hasleton. in this city by a
score of 1,0 and 8.
The National league scores and per
centage list follow;
At New York
Boston 0 00011000-8
New York I 6 3 0 0 1 4 0 -U
IIHs Boston, 6; New York, 14. Errors
Boston, 3. Batteries Wilson, VaWn and
Ryan; German and Schrlver. Umpire
Brooklyn 1 003000026
Baltimore 0 1 0 0 0 6 12 -12
Hits Brooklyn, 8; Baltimore, 13. Kr
rors Brooklyn, 4: Baltimore, L Batter
ies Stein and Burrell; Hotter and Uobln
on. Umpires Murray and Long.
Philadelphia 0 1104110-8
Washington 0 0 0 5 0 4 0 613
Hits Philadelphia. 10; Washington, 14.
ErrorsWashington, S. Batteries Mo
Glll and Buckley and Clements; Mercer
and MeGuire, Umpire Keefe. Called on
account of darkness.
At St. Louis
Pittsburg 0 0OS120OO-6
St. Louis 0 0000 0000-0
Hits Pittsburg, 1J; St. Louis, 8. Krrors
Pittsburg, 3; St. Louis, 6. Batteries
Kawley and Sugdenj Breitensteln and
Pelts. Umpire Belts.
At Louisville Chicago-Louisville game
postponed on account of rain.
Standing of National League Clubs.
Played. Won, Lost. Ter Ct.
Pittsburg 7 6 1 .857
Baltimore .... 6 4 2 .607
Boston 6 3 3 .MO
Brooklyn 6 3 3 .500
Cincinnati .... 6 3 3 .500
Chicago 6 3 3 .000
Louisville 6 3 3 .000
Washington .. 6 3 3 .500
New York..... 6 3 3 .500
Philadelphia . 6 2 4 .33-1
Cleveland J 4 .334
St. Louis.. .... 7 2 I .235
Had Ball Been Steadier Hmletoe Might
Three hundred spectators saw Scran
ton defeat Hazleton at the base ball
park In a game that was close enough
to satisfy the most exacting jerank. The
score was 10 and 8. It wasnot a one
elded game, as the detailed score will
show. There were Just enough crack
ing hits, Just enough yellow playing,
and Just enough close decisions to suit
even the omnipresent individual who
kicks from principle.
A home run by Clark, a three-bagger
fcy Delaney, the battery work of
Delaney and Rogers, and the
lightning backstop work of Moore,
of Hazleton, were the features of the
game. Hall twirled for Hazleton, and
for seven innings pitched a fairly good
game, until the seventh and excepting
the first inning, when he sent four
Scranton men to first on balls. Be
ginning with the seventh inning Hall
began to fag. Had Sharslg- then put a
fresh arm in the box, the result might
have been different.
Sweeney fell and injured his arm In
the Carbondale game Wednesday, and
his position at short was filled yes
terday by Wlnklemen, who has estab
lished the reputation of being a good
and an erratic player at one and the
Scranton scored in but four out of
eight Innings, and Hasleton in six out
of nine. Had not Hall sent four men to
first on balls in the first inning, four
scores would not have .been made
through Brady's double and Clark's
single. Clark's homer netted two runs,
and as many were made on Delaney's
R, II. O. A. B.
Ward, 2b , 116 3 1
Brady, if 2 3 2 0 ' 0
Wlnkleman, ss 1112 2
Clark, lb 1 2 9 0 0
Whitehead, 3b , 2 1 1" 1 1
Houie, rf 2 13 0 0
Johnson, cf 0 0 0 0 0
Rogers, c 1 1 6 2 0
Delaney, p 0 2 0 2 0
Totals 10 12 27 10 4
B. H. O. A. E.
Moran, rf 2 110 0
Rothermel, ss 0 2 110
McVey. cf 2 14 0 0
Donovan, If..... 0 2 1 0 0
Motz, lb 0 2 6 0 1
Carfrey, 2b 10 6 11
Schaub, 2b 3 18 0 1
Moore, c 113 4 1
Hall, p 0 110 0
Totals 8 11 24 6 4
Scranton 4 0 0 2 0 0 2 2 -l
Hazleton 1 1021010-8
Earned runs Scranton, 6; Hazleton, 0.
Two-base hits Brady, Wlnkleman, Houie,
Delaney, Moran, McVey, . Donovan 2.
Three-base hit Delaney. Home run
Clark. Struck out Scranton, 8; Hazle
ton, 8. First base On called baills Scran
ton, 11; Hazleton, 6. Wild pitches De
laney. Time 1.50. Umpire Oaffnsy.
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Pimples, blotches, blackheads,
red, rough, and oily skin, prevented
by Cutlcura Soap, the most effect
ive skin purifying and beautifying
soap in the world, as well as purr
est and sweetest for toilet and nur
sery. The only preventive of pim-
fles, because the only preventive of
nf lamination of the pores.
' SoM ihraofSMt It Wert, tlrithk aeti
Cur S ft. t, I, KinrMward-rt., Union, fortu
Reading 0 0210020 1-6
Syracuse 2 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 0-10
Hits Reading, 10; Syracuse, 16. Errors
-Reading, 2; Syracuse, 8. Batterle
Rhoails and Smtnk; Harnott and Hess.
At Bethlehem Allcntown, 27; Lehigh. 8.
Batteries DeVUn .and Dobbins; Bowie,
Turner, Novlns and (Jobs.
TODAY'S COLLEGE GAME.
Cornell and Princeton Teams Will Meet
at tho null Park.
This afternoon the Cornell and
Princeton bnse ball teams will play at
the Bnse Hall pnrk. Tho Cornell men
arrived yesterday afternoon and are
located nt the Hotel Terrace. The
Princeton team reached here last eve
ning, and ore nt tho Wyoming. Strict
training rules prevent nny public greet
ing or reception to either team.
The grand stand will be decorated
with the orango nnd black of Princeton,
and Cornell's crimson and white. Um
pire Guffney, of the Eastern league, will
call the game at 3.30 o'clock.
The position and players will be ns
Princeton, Position.- Cornell.
Payne., left field.. ..Johnson.Cap
Trencliard center Held Bassford
D. Wurd light Held Beachford
Brooks.Cap short stop Harmon
Otto, ... j first base .-. McNeil
P. Ward.........seeond base AUlrlch
Gunster. third base Affeld
William catcher Hamlin
Pitchers Bradley, Enston or Altman,
for Princeton; Priest, Smith or Cobb, for
At noon today the Cornell Alumni
association will dine nt the AVyomlng.
and the Princeton Alumni Association
of Northeastern Pennsylvania, will
meet In WlllJes-Barre this evening.
The Sigma Oil Creek letter frater
nity Is well represented on the Cornell
team. The captain of the team, C. P.
Johnson, is a member of that society,
as are also the manager, C. S. Youngs,
and the second baseman, George Dlehl.
Captain Johnson plays left field and is
one of the heavy sluggers of the aggre
gation. Accompanying the club are J.
1). Curtis, T. C. Rogers, H. P.. Royce
and D. M. Laughlln, all members of
Sigma Chi. Last night they were en
tertained by Frank Pratt, W. W. Bay
lor, Albert Freas, B. F. Squler and
other resident members of the frater
nity. CARVER'S GREAT SHOOTING.
Ho killed Mnty.nino Out of One Hundred
Dr. W. F. Carver, champion shot of
the world, who has been dubbed by the
American red man "The Evil Spirit of
the Plains," performed the remarkable
feat at the Driving park yesterday af
ternoon of killing 99 birds out of 100 In
his pigeon shooting match with Harry
D. Swartz, of this city.
Dr. Carver Is credited with being
able to sustain this great record; he
has equalled It many times heretofore,
and his ambition yesterday was to
make a clean sweep. The ninety-first
bird shot at is the one which the doc
tor missed. The pigeon was riddled
with shot, .but .flew (Swiftly out of
bounds and many assert that it was a
tetal .miss, but the beet Judges were
unanimous in stating that the bird
was mortally wounded. It Is more sur
prising that Dr. Carver possessed such
unerring aim; the breech of his fire
arm was red hot from the continuous
firing. He was applauded with a gusto
when he finished his last shot. After
elbowing his way through the crowd
that surged aroud to shake him by the
hand, the champion of the world left
for his hotel.
Mr. Swarts has a record of killing
74 out of 75, and his friends expected of
him yesterday a repetition of his skill
ful marksmanship. It was an ideal
day to shoot Mr. .Swarts shot at 84
birds and out of that number be killed
70. He missed -birds 1, 4, 10, 11, 16, 20, 22,
37, 39, 49, 53, 54, 69 and 75.
About 500 spectators witnessed the
match, and when the two champions
concluded shooting, many local wing
shots. Dr. Houser, of Taylor; E. H.
Lynde, W. W. Davenport, of Taylor,
and others took a turn at the gun.
Dr. Carver and (Mr. Swarta will shoot
a match at the Carbondale Base Ball
park, this afternoon.
BASKET BALL LEAGUE.
Organization Perfected by a Number of
A league has been organized of bas
ket ball clubs in the county which will
hereafter be called the National League
of Basket Jta.ll, and will be composd of
twelve of the best clubs .to be had.
- First there were to be only ten clubs
In the league, but so many applications
were received that It was decided to
Increase the number to twelve. They
are as follows: Trenton, N. J.; New
ark, N. J.; Bucknell university. New
York, N. Y.; Bloomsburg State Normal
school, Bradford, Philadelphia, Qer
mantown, Nantlcoke, Plttston, Dan
ville and Scranton. The following gen
tlemen have been named to arrange the
by-laws and make out a league sched
ule of games to be played: A. K. Ad
dlnger, physical director Bloomsburg
State Normal school; H. C. Allen, man
ager, Trenton, N. J.; John P. Barger,
manager, Philadelphia; William Teb
betts, manager, Nantlcoke; Nelson G.
Teets, manager,- Seranton club, .and F.
Francles, manager, Plttston.
The Scranton Basket Ball club has
reorganized for the coming season and
elected Nelson Teets manager and Har
ry C. Coursen captain, with the fol
lowing players: Frank Mallot, James
McGoldrlck, Edward Blreher, Robert
Armstrong, Harry C Coursen, Walter
Molr, Thomas Murphy, Nelson Teets,
John Rafter, Charles 55ank, Ollle
Cowlen, Bert Murphy. Their new uni
forms will be a black shirt with letter
S on shirt made of red, with dark grey
pants and black stockings. The Scran
ton and Plttston club will play an ex
hibition game in this city on Thursday
evening, May 17.
- scranton Men to Bo.
A boxing tournament will be held at
Music' hall, Plttston, Monday night,
which will consist of a number of
bouts between men from Plttston and
Scranton. The entries from this city
are as follows; Joe Allen, Thomas
Monohan, Frank Calllhan, John Madl
gan, William Mattlson, Thomas Will
iams, Robert Allen, J. L. Mitchell, John
O'Brien, Patrick Hopkins.
Pilos! Piles?' Itching piles.
Symptoms Moisture! Intones Itching
and stinging; most at hlght; worse by
scratching. If allowed to continue tumor
form, which often bleed and ulcerate, be
coming very sore. Swanye's Ointment
stops the itching and bleeding, heals ul
i.v ' .. - :, incmt cases- removes th,
tumors. At druggists, or by mall, for to
cents. Br. Bwayne 8b Son, Philadelphia.
Mrs. J. A. Miller, of Wllket-Barre, Is
Visiting her sister, Mrs. W. . Bloes.
Colonol and Mr. Graham, of Tunk
hannock, are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. M. P. Betts.
D. D. Dorrls, who has been visiting
his brother, Daniel Dorrls, has re
turned to his home at Larksvllle.
Rev. P. M. Brooks, of Wllkei-Barre,
will occupy th pulpit In th Presby
terian church tomorrow morning and
evening. In the evening; he will de
liver an especially interesting black
board sermon. There will be special
A pleasant social and supper was
tendered by Mr. . and Mrs. Windsor
Foster last Wednesday evening at
their homo. The tables were spread
with all the delicacies of the season,
and after ample Justice had been done
to the dainties served, a social even
ing was enjoyed. The Ladles' Aid so
ciety of the Methodist Episcopal
church, for which the benefit of the as
sociation was given, netted the hand
some sum of $!2.
The Wilson Hose fire laddies were
out last Thursday evening testing
their new hose and the lire plugs, and
they both gave general satisfaction.
Rev. . C. Slmpklns anj family will
be tendered a reception at the Method
ist Kplscopal church parlors next Wed
nesday evening. A good programme
has been arranged. A cordial Invita
tion Is extended to all.
The Reading Is In the market for
1,000 conl cars.
George W. Johnson, manager of the
Arethusa Iron works, at New Castle,
Pa., Is making very extensive Improve
ments to the plant.
Knowledge that th Jersey- Central
has. cancelled Its agreement with other
companies to restrict anthracite coal
production Is believed by operators in
the stock market to foreshadow a de
cline In all the coalers.
Last week In one turn of ten hours
there was produced at the rod mill of
the Oliver Wire company, of Pitts
burg, 390,100 pounds of No. 6 rods. This
Is claimed to be the largest production
ever attained In any mill In the world
In a turn of ten hours.
Some of the companies have, It Is
said, made considerable reductions In
the price of coal at the mines by nil
rail routes to New England points. It
being stated yesterday that broken
and egg could be had for 81.30, stove
for $1.45, and chestnut for $1.35.
President Sloan says: "I don't be
lieve In a war of rates. I don't believe
In giving away coal which we cannot
replace. The sales agents are perfect
ly able to settle the difficulty If the
necessary power Is given to them.
Our agent has gone to the .meeting
clothed with full power, -but directed
above all things to favor a conserva
Anthracite coal productions last
week was again restricted, the output
aggregating only 698,023 ton, a de
crease compared with the correspond
ing week last year of 6.608 tons. It
was the first week for a long time past
in which production was less than for
the same week in 1894. The week' to
tal, however, was about 800,000 ton
larger than for the preceding week.
For the first twenty days of April the
output aggregated 1,776,720 tons, an in
crease over the corresponding period
last year of 90,774 tons. The dally
average for the period was 88,836 tons,
or equal to 2,665,080 tons for the month
very little more than .the. output
agreed upon. There Is season to doubt,
though, that these figures will long
hold good. '
Rheumatism Cured in Day.
"MYSTIC CURE" for RHEUMATISM
and NEURALGIA radically cures In 1 to
8 days. Its action upon the system Is re
markable and mysterious. It removes at
once the cause and the disease Immediate
ly disappears. The first dose greatly
benefits, 75 cents. Sold by Carl Loren.
Druggist, 418 Lackawanna, avenue, Boran
ton. STOCKS AND BONUS.
New York, April 26. The granger
stocks showed reactionary tendency at
the opening this morning and prices re
ceded t to , the statement by Direc
tor Depew, of the Chicago and North
west road, that the company, for the
second half of the fiscal year, will not
earn its dividend having had an ad
verse Influence. It is to be said, how
ever, that neither the development nor
the reiteration of the unfavorable reports
about the coal trade seemed to check
the bullish sentiment on the general
market. The coalers were feverish.
The bears are evidently not sure of
their position and are selling these
stocks only in a retail way, notwith
standing the reports from Philadelphia
that the Reading and Lehigh Valley
roads have given orders to mine coal
without limit In face of the agreement
to restrict production. The reason for
the Indifference displayed by the street
Is found In the belief that no serious
war will be permitted by the powerful
banking Interests behind the market,
and that, if necessary to bring about
peace, some changes will be effected in
the management of certain leading an
thracite coal companies. Sugar rose to
109; Manhattan to 119 In the late
trading. Even the anthracite coalers
at this time Improved end rallied tt
to 1 per cent., and speculation closed
very firm. Net changes showed gains
at to 1 per cent. The grangers lost
to 4 per cent, on the day.
The range of today' prices for the ac
tive stocks of the Now York stock mar
ket are given bedow. The quotations are
furnished The Tribune by O. du B. Ilm
mlck, manager for William Linn. Allen
Co., stock brokers, 412 Spruce street,
O'pn- High- Low- dol
ing, est. ext. Itig.
Am. Tobacco Co US lott KB W
Am. Hiwar Re'g Co.lU4 10a 107 1(
Atoh., To. & S. Fe... 6? 6 6 i
Can. South ft!' B2 t,2 t.2
Ches. ft Ohio Wi 10 19
Chicago Uas 78 73 72 13
chic. & n. w W4 tn m vtv,
Chic, B. ft Q 1 74 H 74
C. C. C. ft St. L 42!i 42 41 41
Gilmore's Aromatic Wiio
-A tonic for ladies. If yon
are suffering from weakness,
and feel exhausted and ner
vous; are getting thin and all
run down; " Gilmore's Aro
matic Wine will bring rose
to your cheeks and restore
you to flesh and plumpness.
Mothers, use it for , your
daughters; - It is ' . the best
regulator, and corrector , for
ailments . peculiar to . woman
hood. . It promotes digestion,
enriches the blood innd gives
lasting strength. ; Sold; by
Matthews Bros., Scranton. j
Chic, Mil. A 8t. P. 82 , mi . 62 H
Chlo., R. I. ft P. 67 67 , M4 67
Delaware ft Hud 128 128 ' 127 128
D., L. ft W 160 150 1584 1G9
Diat. ft C. F 17 17 17 1714
Oen. Bleetrio 8 84 83 84
Lake Shore 142
Louis, ft Nash., W4
Manhattan Hie 117
Mleh. Central 100
Mo. Pacific 86
Nat. Cordage 6
144 141 14!i
- MV4 Ml N
Nat. Lead... 88 83
N. 3. Central 84 K
N. Y. Central 8 9
N. Y. ft N. B 30 89
N. Y., L. B. ft W 12 12
N. Y., 8. ft W 12 IS
N. Y.. 8. A W.. Pr... 38 8(1
Nor. Pacific. 4 4
Nor. Paclllc, Br 1 31
Ont. ft West 17 17
Phil, ft Read ir, 10
Southern li. It 14 14
Tenn., C. ft 1 22 22
Tex. Paclllc 1 10
Wabash 7 7
Wabash, Pr 17 17
West. Union 8 Wl
B. ft 0 07(4 87
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE TWCEH.
fl'nn- liiffh- Lour- CloB-
w . vs
1 1 1 IX. est. est. lug.
5Uk 61 59 61
Rl 62 6H 62
01 63 61 63
2f 29 2fi 28
2M'i 2S 2 W
26$ 26 26 26
47 47 , 4G 47
47 48 47 48
48 48 48 48
6.85 8.87 6.85 6.85
7.00 7.03 7.00 7.00
7.15 7.17 7.15 7.15
12.25 12.30 12.25 12.27
12.47 12.60 12.47 12.02
12.75 12.82 12.75 12.75
Soranton Board of Trade Eschange
Bhs. Vnl. BTOCKS. Bid.
20 00 Dime Dep. ft Dl.
Bunk 62 80
10 W0 First Nat'l Bank 01)
20 MO -tlreen R'ge Lum'r Co ....
1U0 1H0 Lacka. Lumber Co... 110
6 100 Liicka. Trust ft Safe
10 HO Bcru'n HuvIiikh Bunk. 2(X
10 1U0 Bera'n Luco Cur, Co
5 100 H.Tunton Forging Co 100
25 100 Third Nat'l Bank.... 800
6 1U0 Nat'l Boring ft Drill
ing Co.. Pr
45 , 100 Thuron Coal Land Co ....
8 V Scruuton Bedding Co ....
4 KM Scranton Axle Work ....
10 100 Scranton Glass Co
2 1U0 Scranton Jar ft Stop-
lior Co ....
40 100 Dickson Mfg Co
60 50 Lackawanna ft Mont
rone Railroad ,
EO 100 Traders' Nat'l Bank
25 100 Bontu Gln Co
GO 1V0 Spring Brook Water
20 10 Lacka. Store Asso
30 100 Allegheny Lumber Co ....
80 1000 Scranton Trao. Co
2 0UO con'y Steum Heat
ft Power Co
8 100 Madlaun Avenue Im
5 COO Scranton Glees Co
Now York Produce Market.
New York, April 26. Flour Firm.
Wheat Dull; No. 2 red etore and elevator,
66c; afloat, 68c; f. o. b 67a68c; un
graded red, 60a69c.; option closed strong,
higher; No. 2 red May, 66o.; June and
July. 66c.: August, 67c; September,
67c; December, 09c. Corn Dull,
stronger; steamer mixed, 52a53c; op
tion were dull and firm; May, 62c; July,
53c; September, 63c. Oats Quiet, firm;
option dull firmer; April and May, 82c;
June, 33c; July, 33c; spot prices, No. 2,
32a32ic; No. 2 white, 87c; No. 2 Chi
cago, 83c; No. 3, 31c; No. 8 white,
36c; mixed western, 32a34c; white state
and western, 36n40c. Provision Firm,
quiet, unchanged. Lard Quiet, easy;
western wteuni, 87.07; city, 6'4c; re
fined, dull; continent, 87.45; South Amer
ica, 87.90; 'comiound, 5afic. Butter
Quiet, weaker; state dairy, 8al7c; do.
creamery, new, 19c; western dairy, 8a
13c; do. creamery, new, 12al9c. ; do. old,
9al4c; do. factory, 7 alia ; Elglns, 19c;
Imitation sreamery. OalEc. Cheese
Steady, unchanged. Eggs Quiet, easyi
state and Pennsylvania, 18c; western
fresh, Ual3c: southern, 12al2c; duck,
17a22c; goose, 30c
Toledo Grain Market.
Toledo, O., April 26. Wheat Receipts,
16,567 bushel; shipment, 12,000 bushels;
market higher; No. 2 red cash and May,
64c.; July and August, 64c: No. 3 red
cash, 63c. Corn Receipts, 8,066 bushels;
shipments, 86,388 bushels ; market firm; No.
2 mixed cash and May, 47c; No. 3 yel
low cash, 47c. Oats Receipt, 1,290 bush
els; shipments, none; nothing doing.
Clover Seed Receipts, 600 bag; ship
ments, 723 bags; market quiet; caatt and
Buffalo Cattle Market.
Buffalo, April 26. Cattle Receipts, ,7S0
head; on sale, 40 head; market strong; fat
cows, 83.60a4; veal, strong; good to choice,
$3.75a4.40; extra, 84.00at.75. Hogs Re
ceipts, 6,500 head; on sale, 8,500 head; mar
ket firm; Yorkers, 86.20a6.25; choice York
weights, 85.25; light and pigs, 85.25aS.30;
good mediums and mixed, S5.2Tiaii.80; choice
heavy, iu.3Ua6.3u; pigs, 85.20a6.30; roughs,
84.25a4.60; stags. 83.2ua4. Sheep and Lambs
'-Receipts, 7,500 head; on sale, 8,500 bead;
market closed firm; prime wool lambs,
85.90a6.15; good to choice, t5.GOa5.au; com
mon to fair, $4.70afi.5O; clipped lambs, $4.50
a5.65; wool sheep, $4a4.65; common to fair,
83.25a8.75; clipped sheep, 83.50a4.80.
Chicago Cattlo Market.
Chicago, April 26. Cattle Receipts, 3,000
head; market. -.strong, closing steady;!
common to extra steer, 83.90a6.30; Btock
ers and feeders, 82.604.85; cow and bulls,
165a5: calves, I2.60a4.75; Texan, 83.26a
4.75. Hog Receipts, 17,000 head; market
strong: heavy packing and shipping lots,
84.70a5.07; common to choice mixed, (4.60
n.0C; choice asserted, 24.75a6; light, $4. fin
6; pigs, 83.60a4.80. Sheep Receipts, T.000
head; market strong; Inferior to choice,
$2.50a4.7fi; lambs, 3o5.00.
Oil City, April 26.-OI1 opened, 203; high
est, 207; lowest, 2(13; closed, 205.
Pittsburg. April 20. Oil opened, 200;
highest, 207; lowest, 2U5; closed, 206V
Philadelphia Tallow Market.
Philadelphia, April 26,-Tallow Is dull
and unchanged. We quote: City, prime,
In hhcls, 4c; country, prime, In bbls,
4c; do. dark, In bbl, 4c; cakes, 4c;
grease, 8a3c. ,
"My husband had two cancers taken
from his face, and another was coming
on hi Up.. He took two bottle of Burdock
Blood Bitters and It disappeared. He Is
completely . well. " Mr. Wm. Klrby,
Akron, Erie, Co.. N. Y.
IOBT-OM WAUHINOTON AVENUE OR
J Hpruc street, pocketliook containing a
nam of money. Finder .will be rewarded on
leaving same at 0. 8. Seaman', 817 Penn ve
Houses on- Credit.
OUSKS BUILT ON CREDIT.
dress look box 218, Soranton.
IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS OF
Lickattantia eounty, No. 137, Jauasrf
term, 1895. Mary I French, by her next
friend, etc., vs. MeoffS Edward French.
To the sold George Edward French, respond
ent. The sobpuHj and ail mbpoeqa In di
vorce having bees returned nua wit Inventus,
yon are hereby notlfUd to be ad pper at
the next term of court, to wit: Monday, My
27tb, 1M5, at 10 a. tel., to antwer the complaint
of ,h. b.u.nt.ANK H a,
W. F. BOYLE, Attorney Tor Ubcllant.
Notice) to Property Owners.
J. r of .property taundlar and abutting
on tbt westerly side of Fsrber court, kstwesn
Mulberry street and Olive street, and on the
easterly tle of said Farber court, between
Vine sad Oliv tr la. the Tenth
Kewer district, 8ent,enth Ward of the city
of Boraiitun. Pa.t Take aotioa, that nude the
direction of Council I will make the Boas
men t for tbe eon truotlon of a letenl sewor It
Farber e art, between Mulberry end Olive
triwt. en Midr, tbe th day nt May, A. D.
ISA t 10 Q'clodtln thofoteattm, at tni offlo
in tLeM.infclpsJ. Bnlldlni ta the eltv of Bcrnn.
ton. P.v t whlrk tlmi kad ptao you any as.
pr and be beard with reference to tha equity
of your Mseament, It you si deure.
JOSEPH P. PHILLIPS, Cily Engineer.
Gommiolllh ' & Wallace
Is far superior to any
thing else shown in
AND PERFECT FITTING
features, they cannot he
MATTRESSES MADE OVER,
BED SPRINGS REPAIRED, Etc.
JUfSEWe don't ask you
satisfied with our work,
WANTS OF ALL KINDS COST THAT
MUCH. WHEN PAID FOlt, IN AD
VANCE WHEN A HOOK ACCOUNT
18 MADE, NO CHAUOE WILL BE LESS
THAN 25 CENTS. THIS HULE AP.
PLIES TO SMALL WANT ADS, EX
CEPT SITUATIONS WANTED, WHICH
ARE INSERTED FREE.
Help Wanted Mala.
TUiTaNTIED-SaLESMAN FOR A KEW$35
V cash register. Hells itself. Liberal eim.
mt?ion to reliable men. MILLER VAKST1NE
M-F'Q CO., 72-78 Market St., Cbicaa, 111.
MEN TO SELL BAKING POWDSB TO
the grocery trade. Steady employment,
experience unnecessary: (76 monthly salary
and expeuus or com. If offer wtUfnctory ad
drora at once with particular concerning
yonnelf, U. Chemical Worl. Chicago.
SALESMAN WANTED f 100 to 8125 PER
month and expenses. Staple line. Posi
tion permanent, pleasant and deairabla. Ad
dresa, with stamp, Kiug MTg. Co, D. 61,
OhUjkso. - - - .
ITANTED-A FEW RELIABLE MEN TO
VV canvas for most complete and best
known nurseries in the United State; tpecinl
Inducements. ELLWANGER BARRY,
Rochester, N. Y.
ANTED - WELL-KNOWN MAN IN
A.wh wllsit attswtlr HtheUVin.
Hons; a monopoly: big money for agents: no
capital required. EDWARD C. FISH CO.,
Borden Block, Chicago. 11L
SALESMEN - RESIDENT SALESMEN
wanted, acquainted with the local and
nearby drug ana grocery trade, to handle our
Hue of high grade oleum. Address, giving
references, J. EDWARD COWLES Co., 143
Chambers street, N. Y.
Hclo Wanted Females.
VV work in this city; salary paid. Call at
Laokawanna Valley Hon after 4 p. m.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY TWO ENER
gotio saleswomen to represent ua,
Guaranteed $ti a day without interfering with
other duties. Healthful occupation. Write
for particular, Inclosing stamp, Mango Chem
ical Company. No. 72 John street. New York.
At offloos. 1D4 Franklin avenue.
iTORntENTROOM HOUSE, NO. m
1 Forest street, between Dickson works
and Erie depot. Inquire of .
MONROE BROWN, Dull' Head.
1UBN I8HE1) HOUSE TO RENT EIGHT
Jr room; modern improvement 1102
Ureen Kiage street, corner nywmun
wnrn t . tilL- OrtT.I. T.lflllTP.tl ROOMS.
1 for rent on second floor, 416 Lackawanna
avenue. Inquire in store of Boylo A Muck
low, 416 Lackawanna avenuo.
r?OR RENT A BUILDING ON FRANKLIN
r avenue, suitable for buslnes. Address
P. O. Box 44H. .
."OR RENT THE PHOTOGRAPH GAL-
nrnil nvmilid llV fl I. Orlllln.
Including rooms for hounekeepins;. ll Wyo-
V linn. ovnuAvicn.
I.OR RENT A LARGE, 4-STORY BUILD
1 Ing At 1S1 Franklin avenue; suitable fur
wholesale business. CARSON DAVIES,
tlHJR RENT FURNISHED AND UNFUB
1 nished rooms at AM Lackawanna avenue.
OR RENT-SIX ROOM HOUSE ON WEST
Lackawanna avenue. Aaanws iiujjbao
E, EVANS, aear littt Lucerne, Hyde Park,
lOB RENT NICELY FURNISHED HALL
X1 suitable for lodge room. JOHN JER
MYN, 11V Wyoming ovenue.
OR SALE A LADY'S COLUMBIA SAFE
1 ty bicycle, in first-clae order. FINLKK'S,
610 and 612 Lackawnuna aveuue.
IOR SALE - FIRST-CLASS HAWKEYE
' camera. In good condition, cheap. TIB
DALE CAMERA CO.. Tribune Building.
1POR SALE CHEAP - THE BIX t ANS,
' with shafting, belting, etc., complete,
with "C. It U" M hone power motor, former
ly used in tbe museum. Inquire at Davia'
FOR SALE-TWO TRUNKS. WITH CON
tents. Auction will be held on Mny 1, at
Falrchlld hotel, S. Main Ave.. Hyde Park.
FOR BALE-ONE OF THE BEST WHOLE
nale liquor houses In Lnsorne county.
Good opportunity for the right man. Address
P. O. Bos 83", Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
FOR SALE-A COLUMBIA BICYCLE,
nearly new, pattern; must bo sold at
onoti a bargain. Inquire of G. L, At HER
MAN, 224 Wyoming avenue.
I.OR BALE - FIRST-CLASS PACING
" horses at your own price-. Come and ee
them. W. M. JEKMYN, Prloeburg, P.
ton, for sale, or will exchange for city
property; a barcaiu; call for particulars,
HOST. MEKhMlbLU, ' spruce siroa.
ARM. WACRS-SX MILES FROM ELM
ihurst; 1 mile from postoffleat school
near. Adilrese U. W. GORMAN, Moscow, Pa,
OMALL FARM WANTED WB HAVE
n ika MahMi Mf mvamI tuitunni who tint to
buy small forma near Hcrauton. Wo exchange
city property (or country.
COMEQYS A FBAKZi
HUE SUAMT1I iEMM GO.
to pay us for Cleaning your Carpets unless you are perfectly
CiENEBAL AGENTS WANTED-BELL-
iug new ai tides to dealers; exclusive ter
ritory, no competition, no capital required:
200 to JU) per ceut. prolit. Columbia Chemical
Co., BO Dearborn St., Chicago, IU,
AUENTS MAKE 110 DAILY BELLING AL
umlnum noveltiee; new process silver
ware; bar goods; big line, the new, wonder
ful metal; delivered free: sample in velvet
lined caa 10c.; catalogue free. ALUMINUM
NOVELTY CO., 33i Broadway, New York.
AOENTS HINDE'S PATENT UNIVER
anl Hair Curlers and Waver (used with
out beat), and "Pyr Pointed"Hair Pins. Lib
eral commission. Free sample and full par
ticulars. Address P. O. Box ibH. New York.
WANTED - ACTIVE SALESMEN TO
handle our line, no peddling. Salarv.
$75 per month and expenses paid to all. Goods
entirely new. Apply quickly. P. O. Box, 6808,
. SiImm. UVan4- '
EXPERIENCED SALESMAN TO REPRE
Bent large New York tea, coffee and epioe
house in this aecticn. Share of profits; refor
enoes. Addrea A. a, 1166 Halsey BU, Brook
lyn, N. Y.
SALESMEN FOR CIGARS - LIBERAL
snlnvv. Experience not necessary.
BISHOP & KLINE, St. Louis, Mo.
LARGE STOCK OF GOLD WATCHES
at reduced prices. We have got a big
stock, too bic In fact, of watches, good
watches, which we are willing to sell at very
close figures, barely coat, to reduce, at Mer
oereau & Connell'a.
NOTICE-ON AND AFTER MAY 1, t
will make a monthly tour of tho follow
ing places giving free opun air advertising ex
hibitions with the steroopticon: Taylorvllle,
Hyde Park, Providence, Dickson Olyphant,
Peokville, Archbald, Jermyn. Exhibitions
given on Wednesday and Friday of each
week; during the month, tbe rates for adver
tising are 910 per month. Address E. H.
Call, Tribune office, oity.
tirr E SOLDIER IN OUR CIVIL WAR."
X Yon want this relic. Contains all of
Frank Leslie' famous old War Pictures,sbow
intj the forces In actual battle, sketched on the
spot. Two volume, 2.0U0 pictures, bold on
easy monthly payment. Delivered by ex
preea complete, all charge prepaid. Addrea
P. O. MOODY, 622 Adams Ave., Seranton, Pa.
BLANK BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, MAGA
aines, etc., bound or rebound at Thb
Tribudb office, (juick work. Reasonable
priff . ..
YODNG MAN WOULD LIKE A POSITION
as butcher; ha had Or years' experi
ence: can speak German and English. Call
3,12 Franklin avenue.
SITUATION WANTED FOR WASHING;
washings taken home, also. Cull or ad
dress L R, 334 N.Sumner avenue, Hyde Park.
A YOUNG LADY DESIRES A POSITION
aa assistant bookkeeper, copyist or work
on a typewriter; writes a neat, quick hand.
Address Lock Box MR, Scranton. Pa.
GIKL, 16 YEARS OF OF AGE WISHES A
place to assist with honnwork or take
care of child. Address 1016 W. Lackawanna
avenue. Hyde Park.
Physicians and Surgeons.
DR. O. EDGAR DEAN HAS REMOVED
to 616 Spruce street. Scranton. Pa,
(Just opposite Court House Square.)
DR aTTc6NNELU OFFICE) 201
Washington avenue, cor. Spruce street,
over Francke- drutt stroe. Residence,
722 Vine st, Oflloe hours: 10.30 to 12 a.
m and i t7 4. and 6.30 to 7.30 p. m. Bun-
day, 3 to p. m,
DR. W. & ALLEN, 612 North Washington
drTcT l, frey. PKACTICE limited
disease of the Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat; offlce, 122 Wyoming ave. Resi
dence, pa vine .uph,
DR KM. GATES, 126 WASHINGTON
aVenue. Office hours, to a. in., 1.30
to 8 and 7 to S p. m. Residence M Madi
JOHN L. WKNT35. M. D., OFFICES 61
and 61 Commonwealth building: resi
dence 7U Madison ave. i offloe hour.
10 to 12, 2 to f. 1 to ; Sunday, I SO to 4,
evening at residence. A specialty
made of dleeases of the eye, eur, nose
ana mrosi n B i
DR PARKB HAS REMOVED HIS OF
flcea to corner ulto over Loren A Koem
nel'a drug stroe, cor. Washington ave
nue and Linden street. Office hour, 10
12 a, in., t-4 and 1-8 p. m. Telephone No.
DR. KAY, 208 PENN AVE.: 1 to I P. M.J
call 062. Dis. of women, obatretrlce and
and all dl. of chit.
SCHOOL OF THB LACKAWANNA.
Scranton, Pa prepares boy and girls
Tor collge or business; thoroughly
trains young children. Catalogue at re
quest. Opens September 10. . . ..
REV. THOMAS M. CANN,
WALTER H. BUELL.
MISS WORCESTER'S K1NDEROAR
ten and School, 412 Adams avenue. Pu
pils received at oil time. Next term
will open April 8. . . ,
In Silk and many dif.
. ferent weaves , of the
newest wash fabrics.
209 Washington lie., -
OPP. COURT HOUSE.
ONLY 3 CENTS
t FOR CLEMMO ,'
Brussels ft IngrainXarpets
and 604 Lad an,
Headache prsvanted aad cured by hvln
your eyes glentlflcally examined and
fitted accurately by
EYES EXAMINED FREE. BatUfaeHo
gnaranteed io every cas ..;.
303 Spruce Street. -
JESSL'PS & HAND, ATTORNEYS AND
Counsellors at law. Commonwealth
building, Washington avenue.
W. H. JE8SUP,
HORACE B. HAND.
W. H. JESBUP. JR.
W1LLARD. WARREN & KNAPP. AT
torneya and Counsellors at Law, Re
publican building,' Washington ave
nue, Scranton, Pa.
PATTERSON A WILCOX, ATTOP
ney and Counsellor at Law; offices
and 8 Library building , Scranton. Pa.
ROSWELL H. PATTERSON.
WILLIAM A. WILCOX.
ALFRED HAND, WILLIAM J. HAND,
Attorney and Counsellors. Common
wealth building. Rooms 19, 20 and 21.
W. F. BOYLE, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
No. 19 and 20, Burr building, Washing
ton avenue. -
FRANK T. OKELL, ATTORNEY-AT-I-w
Room 5. Coal Exchange, Scran
JAMES W. OAKFORD, ATTORNEY-at-Law,
rooms 63, 64 and 66, Common
SAMUEL W. EDGAR. ATTORN E Y-AT-Law.
Office, 217 Spruce St., Scranton, Pa.
L A. WATRES, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
423 Lackawana ave., Scranton, Pa.
UR1E TOWN8END, ATTORNEY AT
Law, Dime Bank Building, Scranton.
Money to loan In large sum at 6 per
C. R. PITCHER. ATTORNEY-AT
law. Commonwealth building, Scran
C. COMEGS, 321 SPRUCE STREET.
D. B. REPLOGLE, ATTORNEY LOANS
negotiated on real estate security. 408
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. 13S WYOMING AVE.
DR. WILLIAM A. TAFT SPECIALTY
In porcelain, crown and bridge work.
Odontothrcapla. Office, 836 North
Washington avenue. .
C. C. LAt'BACHrSt'ROEON DENTIST,
No. 116 Wyoming avenue.
R. M. STRATTON, OFFICE COAL EX
THE REPUBLIC SAVINGS AND
Loan Association will loan you money
on easier term end pay you better on
Investment than any other association.
Call on 8. N. Callender, Dim Banlc
GRAND UNION TEA CO., JONES BROS.
JOS. KUKTTEL, 615 LACKAWANNA
avenue, Scranton, Pa., manufacturer of
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE ELK CAFE, 126 and 12? FRANK
lln avenue. Rate reasonable.
P. K1KGI.ER, Proprietor.
W. G. SOHENCK, Manager,
Sixteenth at., one block east of Broadway.
at tTnlnn Sauare. New York.
American plan, $3.60 per day and upward.
B. N. AN ABLE. Proprietor.
TTTrTvTuiw tint mm v1Att n . t. Jk W".
pasHenger depot. Conducted on tno
European plan. VICTOR KOCH. Prop.
DAVIS a VON STORCH, ARCHITECTS.
Rooms 24. 26 and 24, Commonwealth
E. L. WALTER, ARCHITECT. OFF1CB
rear oi eu rgnmmii .p,.m.
LEWIS HANCOCK. JR., ARCHITECT.
436 Spruce st., cor. Wash, ave., Scranton.
BROWN ft MORRIS, ARCH.U'aiCl'4.
PHoe bulWtoft m .Washington avnia,
G R. CLARIC J' CO.. SEEbsMEN' AND"
Nurserymen; store i Washington ave
nue: Kreen house, 1350 Nerth Main ave
nue; store telephoe 781
HAUKR'B ORCHE8TRA-MUBIC ru
terms address . j. our, vuuuuw .
11T Wyoming avenue, over Hulb'
muslo store. .
XIEOARGEE BROTHERS, PRrT
supplies, envelopes, paper bag
Warehouse, 130 Washington avt
. ton...Pa, ; ; y;;: 1 . - .
FRANK P. BROWN A COV1
tale dealer In Woodware.'CC"
Oil Cloth. 720 West Lacawani.. -
THOMAS AUBKBJV, ISArin
countant and auditor. Koom i
William Building, opposite postenlc.
Agent for tho Rex Fir Extlngulshsr.
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