The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, May 08, 1895, Page 7, Image 7

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Sornnton..... 4
Wilkes- Hnrro 4
Providence U
Springfield o
Itnffnlo. 3
The games of the Eastern lonfrue
clubs yesterday do not change the aver
age list positions of the day preceding.
Scranton won out In the ninth from
Buffalo after one of the most thrilling
games of the season; Wllkesnarre won
from Toronto In a pitcher's battle;
Sprlnpfleld played without an error and
used the stick to win from Syracuse;
Providence prevented a Ilochester
player reaching second until the
seventh and won hands down. All the
games form a peculiarity In that the
four leading clubs won.
Standing of Kastcrn League Cluhs.
V. W. Tj. P.C.
Springfield 8
1'rovldence 7
Wllkes-linrro 7
Scranton G
Syracuse 0
Toronto S
Rochester 7
Buffalo 7
Today's Eastern League dames.
Buffalo at Scranton.
Toronto at Wllkcs-Hnrre.
Rochester at Providence.
Syracuse at Springfield.
With Oases Filled It Let In Scranton's
Needed Han-Captain Field, of the
Duffalos, Fined and Ordered from the
ti round.
One of the most exciting: 'games of
the season In this city was won out In
the ninth inning by Scranton from Buf
falo yesterday by a score of 4 to 3.
The game Itself was heartbreaking
from start to finish, but there were
plenty of side Issue features to add zest
to the thing. Captain Field, th Huffa
to the thing. Captain Field, the Buffa
ordered from the game in the fifth inn
ing, and finally ordered from the field.
Pitcher Vlckery, Buffalo, was fined
$5. None of thet extreme measures
was taken by Umpire Gaffney until he
had been Insulted by Field and had cau
tioned both players. Field had succeed
ed In disgusting many of the 1,200 spec
tators and by frequent petty kicks had
delayed the game ten or fifteen min
utes. There had been plenty of trouble
which led to Gaffney's summary and
Just action. Up to and after Field's re
tirement the contest was replete with
close decisions, which elicited the same
old base ball groans or applause. Gaff
ney was as accurate and fair as a hu
man being could be, and neither club
got the worse of It. In every Instance
Field took occasion to protest. As a
captain, he had the right to ask an
explanation, but Gaffney, In the third
Inning, cautioned him to cease argu
ment. ' " .
Field flatly contradicted Gaffney In
the fifth, when Ward was declared safe
after a steal to third. A fine of $10 was
Imposed. A moment later he disputed
the decision that W. Johnson was not
caught napping at first. He was then
ordered from the game and another fine
of $10 was Imposed. After reaching the
bench Field muttered some profane ref
erence to the matter and was told to
leave the grounds.
Scranton scored one In the last of the
first. Brady made a hit and wns
brought in by hits by Clark and White
head. A hit by Vlckery and a two-bagger by
Bottenus scored one for Buffalo In the
third. Bottenus tried to reach a bag
too many and went out from Brady to
Radford to Whitehead. It was a pretty
For Scranton, In the third, Brady was
given his base on balls. Johnson sacri
ficed and Clark was thrown out at first
by Leewe. Brady scored on White
head's corking triple to right field.
Houle struck out.
In the fourth Buffalo made two runs
and held one run to the good until
Scranton won out In the ninth. Shearon
went to first on balls and advanced to
second on the four balls given Wise.
Shearon reached third on Drauby's foul
out to Clark and Wise stole second. On
Rogers' passed ball Shearon scored and
WlBe got In on Rogers' poor throw to
Lcowe Gave Assistance.
In the ninth Radford reached first on
, Dowse'B error. . Rogers sacrificed from
vfVIcJtery to Dowse. Delaney had the
third strike called on him. Ward was
purpose given four balls and advanced
to second on four balls to Brady, who
filled the bases. Leewe, at short, lost
the game for Buffalo by a fumble of
Johnson's grounder, on which Radford
crossed the plate and tied the score.
Clark tirought in the needed tally by a
smash into right center near the fence
that would have been good for two
bases. -.. y . .
The score:
R. H. O. A. K.
Ward, 2b
Brady, If
W. Johnson, cf.
Clark, lb
Whitehead, 3b
Houle, rf
Radford, ss...
Rogers, c,
Delaney, p....
4 11 27
, 1
,'. 0
t 0
Bottenus, If..
Field, lb
Shearon, rf . .
vWiBe, 2b......
Drauby, 3b...
Leewo, ss....
Clymer, cf... : 0
Urquhart, c 0
Vlckery, p 1
Dowse, lb 0
Totals 8 7 2C 17 6
Two out when winning run was made.
Scranton .'.......'.4 010 0 00024
Buffalo 0 ,0 1 2 0 0 0 0 OA 3.
Earned rins Buffalo 1. Two-base hltB
Bottenus,- j Vlckery, ; Throe-base hit a
Whitehead. Stolen bases Wise, Vlckery,
Ward, Brady. ' Double ' plays Clymer,
Wise and Field. First on errors Ward,
Johnson, Radford.' Struck out By Vlck
ery. 2; Dy Delaney, 2. First base on called
balls Off Vlckery ,8; off Delaney, 3. Left
on bases Scranton, 10; Buffalo, 7t Passed
balls Rogers. Balk Vlckery. Time Two
tours. Umpire Gaffney.
J. Smith's Error Helped WMkcs-Ilnrre to
Win the Game.
WHkes-Barre, a.. May 7. It was es
sentially a pitcher's battle from start
to finish this afternoon between Toron
to nnd Wllkes-Barre. Until the sixth
Inning, only thirty-four men had been
at bat. A single by Keenan, Lytlo's
double and J. Hmlth's error on a dif
ficult chance gave the home team
enough to win the game.
Brilliant plays were numerous, aud
to sum nil up It was the finest exhibi
tion of this season. Weather fine. At
tendance, 800. Score:
11. II.
Lytic, If l 2
A. 13.
o o
Shannon, lib 0
tletts, cf
Lnzotte, rf..
Karle, lb....
Dlggins, c...
C. Smith, 3b.,
MoMahon, 8
Keenan, p...,
Totals : .. 4
0 27 12
Meara, If
Slppl. 21i
Lutenberg, lb.,
J. Smith, 3b
Luke, rf
Di luent, ss
I'asey. c...
Grey, p....
Totals 1
Wllkes-Burro 0 0 0 0
B 27
0 2 0
0 0 0
14 2
0 24
0 11
Toronto 0 0 0 0
Karned runs Wllkes-llarro, 1.
base by errors Wllkps-Hurre, 2; Toronto,
3. Left on bases Wllkes-Barre, 4; To
ronto, 6. First base on balls Off Kceniin,
1; off Grey, 1. Struck out Ity Grey, 2.
Three-base hit C. Smith. Two-base hit
Lytic. Sacrifice hit Lake. Stolen bases
Marie. Double plays Keenan to Shan
non; Luke to Lulenberg; Slt-Mahon to
Shannon to Karlo; Shannon to ICarle.
Hit by pitcher By Grey, 1, Umpire
Doescher. Time of game 1.20.
Providence's Splendid Fielding Won the
Game from Rochester.
Providence, R. I., May 7. Up to the
seventh Inning today not a Rochester
man saw second base owing to the
splendid fielding on the part of the
Grays. Rudderham pitched a superb
game, but two hits being made by the
One of these was a homo run by Lush
In the eighth Inning, which saved the
Rachester team from a complete shut
out. Attendance, 1,000. Score; .
It. H
A. K.
cf 1 1
3b .1 1
If 1 1
lb 2 2
ss 0 2
2b 0 0
rf 1 1
Dixon, c 0
Hudderham, p 0
Totals 0 10 27 13
U. H.
A. E.
2 0
Daly, If
Lush, cf
Hamburg, lb
Smith. 3b
Shlnnock, 2b ,
Payne, rf ,
ente, c
Lang, ss...
McPartlln, i
Totals ....
0 0
0 0
1 1- 0
2 0-2
Rochester 0 0 0 0 0
Earned runs Providence, 4; Rochester,
First base hy errors Providence, ?;
Rochester, 1. First base on balls Orf
Rudilerham, B; off McPartlln, 4. Struck
out By Rudderham, 2. Two-bnse hits
Bassett, Dixon. Sacrifice hit Rudderham.
Stolen bnses Rogers 2, Murray 2, Smith.
Double plays Cooney, Strieker and Rog
ers; Payne and Hamburg; Lnng, Shlnnock
and Hamburg; Daly and Shlnnock. Um
pire Snyder. Time of game Two hours.
Springfield Put Up a Gilt-Edged Game
Against Rochester.
Springfield, Mass., May 7. Spring
field put up an errorless game of ball
this afternoon and won handily from
Syracuse. Captain Donnelly was able
to play again, and much better ball
was played than yesterday.
Syracuse started to hit Callahan hard.
but the youngster steadied down, and
after the second inning Syracuse got
only four hits. Springfield could do
nothing with Day for three Innings, but
got the, team started and after that
runs came easily. Score:
ir. O. A. E.
13 2 0
0 12 0
3 4 0 0
3 2 0 0
0 0 10
.2 2 0 0
2 3 0 0
2 C 2 0
10 3 0
11 20 10 0
II. O. A. E.
13 0 0
2 4 0 0
12 2 1
2 0 0 0
0 8 0 0
0 . B, " 3 0
. 1 ' 2 3 2
2 " 3 1 0
0 0 3 0
9 27 12 3
0 0 2 0 1 B
0 0 0 0 0 2
Shannon, ss 1
Donnelly, 3b 0
yneh, If 3
Seheffler, rf 1
Gilbert, 1b 0
Garry, cf 0
Gunson, c 1
McDonald, 2b 0
Callahan, p 0
Totals .' C
Eagan out on Infield fly.
' R.
Welch, cf 1
Simon, If 0
Mlnnehnn, 3b 1
Orlttln, rf 0
ower, b. . .
. 0
. 0
.' 0
. 0
. 2
0 3
0 0
En gun, 2b...
Mops, ss
Hess,' c.'.....
Day, p
Syracnso .,
Enrned runs Springfield, 3; Syracuse. 2.
First baso by errors Springfield, 2. Left
on bases Springfield. 11: Syracuse. 7.
First bast n balls Off Callahan, 2; off
Day, 1. Homo run Lynch. Thrdi-baso
bit Mlnnehnn. Two-"bnso hits Lynch.
Schefller, McDonald. Simon 2. Stolon
bases Shannon, Lynch, Gilbert, Griflln.
Double plays Mlnnehnn and Eagan. Hit
by pitcher By Callahan, 2; by Day, 2.
Wild pitches Day. Passed balls Hess.
Umpire Swartwood. Tlmo of game 1. CO.
At Lancaster-
Lancaster . ....3 0 001 0310 S
Reading 6 6 0 0 fi 1 0 0 20
Hlts-'Lnncnster, 11; . Reading. 18. Er
rorsLancaster, 6. Batteries Callahan
and Arthur: Scheiblo and Bmlnk.-
At Harrlsburg , .
Harrisburg ..0 0 t. 0 0 1 0 0 8 C
Allentown .....2 0 0 5 0 1 0 0 8
HUs-.Harrisburg, 11; Allentown, 9. "Er
rors Harrisburg, R; Allentown, i8.s Bat
teriesWillis Charlton and Roth: Bt.kolv
and Mllligan. ' '- .. i.-, ' .
A t Hassloton ' ' - '" .V , ;,; ; .
Hazleton ...........3 2 0 0 00' 00 27
Shenandoah' ......1 200000003
Hits Hazleton, 7: Shenandoah, 7. Er
rors Hazleton, 3; Shenandoah, 4. Battcr
Ijwweener and Westlako; Mattorn and
Rairn caused a second postponement
of the Philadelphia-Louisville game at
Louisville, and wet grounds caused a
postponement of 'the Baltimore-Cleveland
gome at Cleveland. Brooklyn had
Pittsburg beaten in the fifth Inning,
when the game was called on account
of wet grounds. The Giants lost to tho
Beds; St.' Louis drubbed the. beaneat
ers, and Chicago won by a single tally
from Washington.
Standing of Nutlonal l.oacuo Club.
p. w. l. r.i.
Pittsburg . ............ 14 ' 1 4 .715
Cleveland 12 , 8 4 XW
Boston 11 7 4 .CM
Chicago 14 8 0 .:!
Ilaltlmoro 0 6 4 .I'M
lirooklyn 11 6 fi .m
('liu-innuM 15 8 7 .IKf
New York 12 B 7 .417
Philadelphia 10 4 .4 K)
Louisville 12 4 K .SIB
St. IaiuIs 13 ft 10 .Ml
Washington 11 3 8 ,2T3
At Pittsburg
Brooklyn 1 0 4 2 2-0
Pittsburg 1 1 0 0 35
Cnlleil at the end of the fifth Inning on
account of wet grounds. lilts lirooklyn,
S; Pittsburg. G. Errors Brooklyn, 2;
Plttuliiivfi- 1 Pnttnrtcil I.llclil nml flflm
Hart, Mennfec, Klllen and Sugdun. Um
pires 31 urray nnu L.ung.
At Cincinnati
New York 4 000001 1 0-C
Cincinnati t 2 001000 3-7
llltu Mi.iv VnrL- fc Plnnlnnntl U l..
rors New York, 3; Clnclnnnti, (i. l'.attef-
Ics ..MeeKin and I'lirreii; 1 'Juries, 1'hllllps
and Murphy. Umpire Keefe.
At St. Louis-
Boston 0 0 0 1 2 2 1 0 0 (I
St. Louis 0 2 3 2 0 0 0 3 10
Hits Boston, 11; St. Louis, 11. Errors
Boston, (i; St. Louis, a Hntterlos Wilson
nnd Ganzell; Hlaley, Breltensteln and
Peitz. Umpire Emslle.
At Chicago
Washington 0 2 0 0 0 B 0 9
o- n
Chicago 0 2 3 4 0 0 0 0
Hits Washlndnn. 1(V f'lilcn.rn 11
rots Washington, 1; Chicago, 3. Batter
iesMercer, Mularkcy nnd McOtilm;
Terry and Donohue. Umpire McDonald.
Watch your uncle Radford he's
Johnson and Brady each made a dim
cult catch.
Buffalo vs. Scranton at the Base Ball
park nt 4 p. m. today.
Wlnkleman will be substituted for
Houle in right field tod.i.
T. Juhnrcn and Rogers will be In the
points for Scranton today
Hlekey, ifhe extra Scranton catcher,
has been released to I'.lnghamton.
Clark covers ground faster than could
be expected of so hpavy a player.
The prettiest running catch of yes
terday's game was made by Leewe
back of third base.
The steals by Ward and Brady yes
terday were the gilt-edged and des
perate varit that sent the rooters
crazy. 1 '
Paul Radford Is doing good work for
Scranton. Toronto hoped to secure him
up to the last moment nnd needs him
badly. Ex.
According to Nick Young, Pitcher
Hudson must go to Cleveland Instead of
Philadelphia, as the Spiders had first
claim on him.
Whitehead made two of the nontost
utops seen on the field this season. His
snappy base throwing was one of the
features of the game.
The Hustlers would like to play the
Morning Glories, of Dunmore, on the
Intter's ground. May 12. Answer
through The Tribune. James Logan,
No catcher In the league can be bet
ter at keeping a pitcher Pteady than
Rogers. If a player steals second on
him there must be some extenuating
A rumor that Manager Barnle had
wired Quarles to report Is not true.
Mr. Barnle stated last night, however,
that Quarles might be asked to join
the team soon.
Billy Zecher, who captained Scranton
In ISM, is anxious to go out with some
club this season. It's prettv near time
Billy climbed up on the shell. Ex.
The Athletics, of Coary Hollow, chal
lenge tho Young Elect 'cs of Taylor for
a game on May "0. . nswer through
The Tribune. Adam Fnsshold, mana
ger; M. J. Kane, captain.
The second team of the Young Men's
Christian association visited Taylor
yesterday and lost by a score of 12 to !).
Hayes and Leyden were in the points
for the Kloctries, and Surdam and
Bennntt for the Young Men's Christian
Association team.
The suits of the Wllkes-Barre players
are quite attractive. The shirts are of
white flannel, with Wllkes-Bnrre spelled
across In navy blue letters. The pants,
stockings and caps are of navy blue.
The caps are of the Boston style. The
belts are tan leather.
Captain Sweeney's Injury has been
found to be more serious than lit ap
peared it first. A careful examination
by a surgeon yesterday showed ths.t
Sweeney's collar bone Is broken. He
was told to refrain from any kind of
exercise. It will probably be several
weeks before he is able to play.
Manager Maddock has signed another
pitcher, Mnson, lnte of St. Louis. This
probably means that Shaw is released.
Barney McGarry has a sore arm and
Southard is lck, so that the Torontos
are badly off in the box. Mason joined
tho team in Wllkes-Barre. President
Ryan has Instructed Maddock t0
strengthen the team at every weak
The Buffalo players mot secretly Inst
night and deckled to boll to death A. D.
Bachclder, of the Buffalo Courier nnd
who has been with the club throughout
the trip. Mr. Bachelder remained In
New York on 'Monday and the team
won Its first game of the season. He
arrived In Scranton yesterday morning
nnd witnessed the game in the after
When you can get your eyes scien
tifically tented
Any loss of vision from nge or
defect can be corrected by the use
of the Acro-Crystal lenses, which
will stop all pain in the head.
Have no other. The Acro-Crystal
lenses are sold only by
Hours: Dally, tf to 11 a. 1 tofiand 7 to II p.ra
Scranton Boy to Go Against a Good One
on Monday Night.
A limited round boxing bout has been
arranged for Monday night In the
Frothingham between Mike Leonard,
of Brooklyn, and James Judge,' of this
city. They will spar at catch weights.
Leonard arrived hero Monday after
noon with his backer, George W, Turn
er, and his trainer, Lee Allen,
Leonard recently bested "Dick'
Burgh, of Australia, In six rounds In
the Seaside arena at Coney Island, and
previously made a gooti Hhowlng In a
four-round bout with "Jack" MeAu
llffe. lie has bested Miles Clark, "Jack"
Cushlng, Dannie McVeigh and "Chuck"
Judge holds the championship of
Northeastern Pennsylvania. His friends
are confident that he will make Leon
ard know that he has been In a fight,
They will spar at about 135 pounds. A
number of other contests have been ar
ranged for the night.
Latest nullctin from Chairman Gideon
of tho Itncing ISoiirJ.
The latest bulletin of the League of
American Wheelmen racing board
reads as follows:
Tho quarter-mile, half-mile and two-
mile nutlonal championships have been
assigned to the Asbury Park Wheelmen
July 11, 12 and 13.
Additional national circuit dates have
been assigned to Scranton, Pa., June
24, nnd Carbondale, Pa., June 2", these
clubs assuming the risk of rain. At a
recent meeting of the Scranton olub It
was decided not to hold the meeting.
WIIkes-Harre gets two days of the cir
cuit, June 21 and 22. Gilmore. New
man and Corser, of Scranton, will en
ter nt Wllkes-Barre and Carbondale,
class A races.
An electric light has been erected at
tho corner of Remington avenue and
Locust street, a 'spot where darkness
needed to be dispelled, ns It wns tho
favorite loafing corner of a gang of
young rowdies.
On Tuesday evening, May 28, the Sun
day school class of A. C. Meyers, of the
Cedar Avenue MethodlHt Episcopal
church, will hold an entertainment In
tho church.
Thomas Farrell, of Plymouth, has
returned home after visiting friends on
the South Side.
A game of base ball will be played on
May 12 on the Stillwater grounds be
tween clubs selected respectively from
the day and night forces of the Lacka
wanna Knitting mills. It Is said that
some clover players are among tho
workmen, nnd a great game Is expected.
Miss Jennie Rogers, of Mill City, is
visiting relatives on Cedar avenue.
A meeting of the St. Aloyslus society
of St. John's parish wns held last even
ing and a question box was one of the
features. The members took much In
terest In this novel addition to methods
for creating enthusiasm.
Miss Annie Burke, of Plttston, Is vis
iting acquaintances on Fig street. '
The Forest band will open the picnic
season at Centraf 'Park garden on Sat
urday, May IS. '
Conductor James Dowllng, of Locust
street, resumed work yesterday after
being idle for more than a month.
Alfred Tolemlo, of Cedar avenue, left
for a visit yesterday to New York city.
On May 22 the Young Men's Institute
will respectfully call upon the public
In general to attend a book reception,
to be held nt their rooms In the Manley
building, on Chestnut street. As this
is one of the first motives In tho so
ciety (to establish a good library and
promote Intelligence among Its mem
bers), the public should not hesitate,
but contribute ns liberally ns possible.
They have Just completed nn elegant
antique oak book case. In which they
will place the books donated. Aside
from the reception an entertainment
will,take place In the adjoining hall,
to which admission will a book. Tho
best musical talent, both local and out
side, has been engaged.
The Dunmore Iron and Steel company
paid Its employes yesterday afternoon.
A drama, entitled "Tho Three Fairy
Gifts," will be produced In the Odd
Fellows' hall, Monday evening, May 13,
for the benefit of St. Luke's mission.
Following Is tho programme: Fairy
queen, Tltanla, Florence Urban; fairies,
Minnie Saxton, May Hughes, Jessie
Moffatt, Grace Urban, Mamie Weber,
Nettle Penneil. Florence Weber; Cyn
thia, Bessie Shepard; Violet, Ellen
Branson; Vera, Anna Oliver; Rupert,
Molly Healey.
Yesterday afternoon an Interesting
game of base ball was played In this
place. "Jud" Brugler, the sportsman,
picked a number of the best ball players
In town, including mnny of the Browns,
and secured the services of the Dun
more Morning Glories' crack battery,
Caiwley and Flnnerty, played seven in
nings with the Olyphant Base Ball club,
when the game broke up In a wrangle.
Tho Rcnrp stood ft to ft in favor of the
latter club. Vl'alsh and Pettlgrew held
the points for tho home team, very
few safe hits were secured off them.
"True Irish iHearts" will be at the
opera house tomorrow evening.
W. J. Evans returned home from
Reading Monday.
A violet tea will be given by the Ep
worth league In the Methodist Episcopal
church parlors this (Wednesday) even
ing. A fire broke out In the old barn on the
Breese property In the rear of Baldwin's
shoe store Monday night, about 12
o'clock. Had It not been for the quick
work of the Wyoming Hose company,
that side of the street from the Method
ist Episcopal church up to Townsend
Bros, shoe store would have been In
ashes yesterday morning. Much credit
is due the Wyoming Hose company
No. 1.
Ilcllcf in Six Hours.
Distressing Kidney and Bladder dis
eases relieved In six hours by the "New
Great South American Kidney Cure."
This new remedy Is a great surprise on
account of Its exceeding promptness In
relieving pain In the bladder, kidneys,
back and every part of the urinary pas
sages, in mnlo or female. It relieves re
tention of water and pain In passing it
almost Immediately. If you wont quick
relief and euro this Is your remedy. Sold
by C. M. Harris, Drugeiat, 123 Penn ava
nuo, Scranton, Pa.
IShen Baby wns tick, we gave her Ctstorls.
When sbo was a Child, she cried fqr Caatorls.
When she became Bliss, she clung to CoKtorlx
H'hon she had Children, she gave thorn Castor!
Try it and you will use
no other.
Some Events of the Day on the West
Sitlc of the City Noted.
llo Was tho Son of Mr. and Mrs. Mctlugh
of North. Main Avcnuo Now Hooms
of Robert Morris I.odgo Formally
Opened Other News Notes.
Andrew, the 11-year-old son of Mr.
and Mrs. .Mc.Hugh, of North Main ave
nue left for school n,t 8 o'clock Monday
morning a.nd has not returned home
since. The boy Is of large build, is red-
haired and wears a suit of blue clothes.
He Is an attendant at St. Patrick's
parochial school, on South . Sumner
avenue, and left home at 8 o'clock In
order to take a lesson on the violin
at that Institution. Inquiry at the
school elici ted the fact that the boy had
not been- there Monday or ye-ster'day.
His parents nre prostrated. Diligent
search has availed nothing. Andrew's
habits were of the best. Relatives,
both far and near, have been communi
cated with and In each Instance the
boy had not been seen. Lieutenant
Williams and his corps of men are on a
lookout for the lad, but as yet no clue
has been discovered. His companions
have not seen him since ho left home
and his absence Is becoming more and
more a matter of concern. Any In
formation ns to the lad's whereabouts
should be directed to his parents or the
Opening of the New Homo.
Robert Morris ball and social rooms.
on South Main avenue, were opened
last night, with an entertainment and
social. Many members with their lady
friends were In attendance. The rooms
as they are now embellished form one
of the most cosy lodge homes In the
city. A large front parlor Is tastily
furnished with the best that money
can buy, and several smaller apart
ments combine to make a commodious
suite of rooms for social purposes. On
the- southern side of the lloor Is the
lodge room or meeting place of the mem
bers. This has been newly papered and
furnished. In the rear are two largo
kitchens furnished with hot and cold
water facilities. Bath rooms complete
the new home, and talk of an additional
gymnasium Insures a menns for phy
sical culture for the members. Last
night David J. Davis, In a neat speech.
Introduced those present to the chair
man of the evening, President K. D.
Jone3. The following programme was
rendered: Selection, Lewis Davis Glee
club; solo, Clara Saunders; cornet solo,
Will Stanton; duet, Caleb Kvans and
James McNulty; solo, Miss Maggie
Jones; violin solo, William Allen; solo,
rhlllp Warren; solo, Ulchnrd Thomas.
Cake and Ice cream were served after
the entertainment, and a social time
was spent In the parlors.
Dnmngc hy Storm.
Sunday's storm did some damage on
this side. A barn in the rear. of the
house of George Weltxel, on Prink
street, was an object of the llghning's
nttack. The slippery fluid entered at
tho eaves, ripped nlong the rafters, and
after killing several chickens and smit
ing a pig, It lit with stunning force on
the forehend of a horse. The animal fell
nnd wns unconscious for several hours.
It may finally recover. The barn was
damaged to a great extent. A fnmlly
named Jones on western Jackson
street, near the rnllroad, was within a
few seconds of death. The father, re
turning home during the storm, saw
his lnfnnt child sitting Innocently In
a doorway, which was open, forming
a direct draft with n rear door. Mr.
Jones hastily grasped the child, re
marking at Its danger, and removed It
to another pnrt of the house, a few
seconds afterword, a bolt of lightning
entered the rear door nnd rushed
through the hall, ripping off a pnrt of
the front door, where the child snt a
few moments before. The dwelling
house of Andrew Lnnce, on Jackson
street, was visited and badly damaged.
Other houses were also attacked.
Ministers Jlcct.
West Side pastors held a regular
monthly meeting yesterday afternoon
at the home of Rev. E. It. Lewis, on
Academy street. A paper on "What Is
Preaching?" was r.ead by Rev. L. C.
Floyd nnd discussed by those In at
tendance. Rev. Mr. Peck, of the Ply
mouth church, will, at the next meeting,
read a'pnper on "Christ the Atone
ment." Rev. Mr. Bell was elected sec
retary of tho association In the stead
of Rev. Mr. Cooper, of the Hampton
street church, now of Hawley. A com
mittee consisting of Revs. Floyd,
Hughes and Bell was. appointed to
look after a legal observauce of the
Sabbath on this side of tho river. Soda
water fountains will be closed and Sunday-opened
saloons will be looked after.
The association will back Its committee
In prosecutions if legal steps are neces
sary to enforce the law.
On tho Diamond.
The Achilles base ball club met and
defeated the Patagonia Maroons yes
terday by a score of 17 to 12. A large
crowd witnessed tho contest. Thomas
Williams and Lem Phillips formed the
Maroon battery, and Harry Davies and
William Kvans did the work for the
victors. A second game was played
by the Achillas with a team, from
Wood's college. Wood's team winning
by a score of 11 to 6. Batteries: Wood's,
John R. Thomas and Cooper; Achillea,
Harr Davis, John Thomas and Evans.
Smaller Notes of Interest. '
This evening at 8 o'clock nn entertain.
ment will bo given In tne First Welsh
Baptist church under tho auspices of
tho Bcllevue Band of Hope.
Mrs. Owen Jones, of Garfield avenue,
Is 111.
Mrs. iM, H. Rclnhart, of Eighth street,
is seriously Indisposed.
Anthony Qobrosky, of Price street,
was Injured In the Hampton mine Mon
day evening at 0 o'clock by a fall of
coal. The injuries were chiefly on the
Berkshire hams, 9 cts., Clarke Bros.
It ts Alderman Daniel Moses now, and
ex-iAIderman T. T. Morgan.
T. Reeves Jones, of New York, Is visit
ing his parents, Mr. and iMrs. Robert
Jones, of Academy street.
The funeral of the late Mrs. William
Thomas, of Twenty-second street, oc
curred yesterday.
A Boclal and entertainment was held
last evening In the Washburn Street
Presbyterian church.
Boys annoyed the members of the
Salvation army last night, and Lieuten
ant Williams was called to disperse the
crowd. The hoodlums got away before
the officer arrived, however.
Miss Hattie Evans, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Eieazer S. Evans, was the re
cipient of a surprise party, tendered her
by a number of friends, Monday even
Tho street and bridge committee of
the West Side board of trade will meet
this evening In the ofllce of A. M. Morse,
on Jackson street.
Berkshire hums, 0 cts., Clarke Bros.
Thomas, a S-year-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. Pltchford, of Evans court, died
West Side lltislncss Directory.
PHOTOOrtAPHKIl-Cablnet Photos, $1.40
per dozen. They are Just lovely. Con
vince yourself hy calling at Starner's
l'liolo l'arlurj, nil und 103 South Main
OK iCEItlKS Revere Standard Java
Coffuo Is unexcelled. The leading coffee
of tlio day. For sale only at V. W. Ma
son & (Jo. l-'lno Groceries, 11(1 South
wain avenue.
for anything you have to sell. Furni
ture, StoveB, Tools, etc. Call and see
the stock of J. C. King, 1U1M and 1U2U
jacKson street.
WALL PAPER do to Fred Reynolds,
2011 North Alain avenue, nnd see his
complete line of Wall Paper, Paints
and window Shades, jual openeu wun
new stock.
PLUMBING William D. Griffiths, 113
North Muin avenue, docs llrBt-class
Plumbing, Steam Heat and Gas Fitting.
Satisfaction is strictly guaranteed.
Dr. John HI Harrln, president of
Bucknell university, filled the pulpit of
the First Baptist church Sunday, and
preached a very able sermon to a
crowded house. Dr. Harris was former
ly principal of Keystone academy and
pastor of the First Baptist church at
this place.
Our new town hall Is nearly com
pleted, and will be quite an addition to
the town.
The Christian Endeavor society, of
First Baptist church, will hold a match
social Friday evening at the church.
Our graded school Is closed for the
F. Lincoln Reynolds is finishing the
Interior of G. W. Carlton's new resi
dence at Dalton.
Mr. and Mrs. Danbd Langstaff have
moved from Scranton to their summer
residence on Academy street.
Charles Blower has purchased A. B.
Rought's property on High street. Mr.
Bought will build himself a new resi
dence. Rufus Lindley has purchased
Charles Brower's property and will
move there at once.
The Salvation army will be nt this
place Sunday and every one Is re
quested to come to the services.
Tho great value of Dr. David Ken
nedy's Favoritu Remedy In curing diseases
of the blood, particularly the Ills of wo
men, has again been demonstrated. Mrs.
W. J. Anderson, of Bruyn street, Kings
ton, N. Y., In speaking of her experience,
says: "1 was an awful sufferer from
troubles common to my sex, was reduced
to 70 pounds; four physicians prescribed
for me, but I kept growing worse. Until
I began the use of Dr. Kennedy's Favor
ite Remedy I never knew a well day. By
Its use I grew Btronger, the pain less fre
quent, until It entirely dlsoppearcd. I now
weigh 1-5 pounds, and am a well woman.
I must know a dosen women who suffered
similarly and have been cured by Its use."
i:stahi.isiif.( I870.1
CnrrlngM. Biislnens Wngrns, Repairing Horse
Khopitikc, PniiitiiiRunil Upholstering. Ncs. 8111,
:i'l, HZi, &!5 Uuvouth strcot, Scranton, Pa.
Coal of tho best quality for domestl
Bso, and of all Bises, delivered In anjp
part of the city at lowest price.
Orders left nt my Ofllce
Rear room, first floor, Third National
Bank, or sent by mall or tolephono to the
nine, will receive prompt attention.
Special contracts will be made for th
tola wad, delivery of Buckwheat Coal.
Moosic Powder Ge
Rooms 1 and 2 Commovealth Bid's,
Laftlln tt Rand Powder Co.
Orange Gun Powder
Electrlo Batteries, Fuses for explod
ing blasts, Safety Fuse and
Repanno Chemical Co.'s High Explosive!
lljr unicg th "Btowie tftovo
1'oliHhing Mitten" fur shinmit
your tores. B uy mitten of
your grocer for 16 oauts nnd
got tun-rent box of
The ehinn on your atovn lasts
twice us long when polished
with Htovene ss when biiick
end with other Btove polishes
Central Railroad of New Jersey.
(Lehltthaud Miaijuohauuu Divuioa)
Anthruoto coal used exclusively. Insur
ing cleanliness and comfort.
Trains leave Bcrunton for Plttston,
Wllkes-Barro, etc., at 6.20, 9.10, 11.30 a.m..
12.45, 2.o, 3.1. 5.00, Lis, p. m. Sundays, 9.00
a. m., 1.00, Ji.lG, 7.16 p. m.
For Atlantic City, 8.20 a.m.
For New York, Newark and Elizabeth,
1.20 (express) a.m., 12.15 (express with Buf
fet purlor car), 3.06 (express) p.m. Sun
day, 2.1B p.m.
For Muuch Chunk, Allentown, Bethlo
hem, Kiiston and Philadelphia, 8.20 a.m.,
12.46, 3.05, 5.00 (except Philadelphia) p.m.
Buniltty, 2.15 p.m.
For Long Brunch, Ocean Grove, etc., at
S.20 a.m., 12.45 p.m.
For Reading, Lebanon and IlarrlBburg,
via Allutitown, 8.20 a.m., 12.45, 6.00 p.m.
(Sunday, 2.15 p.m.
For pottBVllle, 8.20 a.m., 12.45 p.m.
Returning, leave New York, foot of Lib.
erty street. North river, at D.10 (express)
a.m., 1.10, 1.30, 4.30 (express with Buffet
parlor car) p.m. Sunday, 4.30 a.m.
Lcavo Philadelphia, Reading Terminal,
9,00 a.m., 2.00 and 4.30 p.m. Bumlay 6.27
Through tickets to all points at lowest
rates may be had on application In ad
vanco to tho ticket agent at the ntntlon.
Gtei. Pass. Agent.
J. H. OLHAUSEN. Gen. Supt.
ROAD. Commnnelntr Monday,
day, July It), aii tr-ln
wlllarrlvo at new Lack
awanna nvcnuo station
as follows:
Trutnu will leove Scran
ton station for Curbotitlulo anil In
termediate points at 2.2'J, 5.43, 7.O. 8.2.T. and
10.10 a.m., 12.00, 2,20, 3.55, 6.10, 6.15, L'io, 9.10
and 11.20 p.m.
For Farviow, Waymart and Iloncson.a
at 7.00, 8.2S and 10.10 a.m., 12.00, 2.20 und 6.15
For Albany, Saratoga, the Adlrondnclu
and Montreal at 6.45 a.m. and 2.20 p.m.
For Wllkos-Barre and Intermedin??
. jltitn at 7.45, 8.45, 9.S8 and 10.45 a.m., 12.1
1.20, 2.38, 4.00. 6.10, 6.03, O.lfi and U.SS p.m.
Trains will arrlvo at Scranton Btaticrt
from Carbondale and intormo'Hate polntd
at 7.40, 8.40, 9.31 and 10.40 a.m., 12.1.0. 1.17,2,'JI
L40. 4.54. 5.65. 7.45. 9.11 and II.. ',3 li.m.
From HoneHdale, Waymnrt and Fnrj
view at 9.24 a.m.. 12.00, 1.17, 3.40, 5.C5 an 3
7.45 p.m.
From Montreal, Saratoga, Albany, etc,
at 4.54 and 11.8.1 p.m.
T-..vm iri1,r.u-It..-A nn.l (nt.m,lt,l,'
points at 2.15, 8.01, 10.03 snd 11.55 a.m.. l.iy
IX, o.iu,, i.Z'J, v.iu ana u.iu p.m.
Del., Lack, nnd Western.
Trains leave Scranton as follows: Ex-
frons for New York and all points East,
40, 2.60, S.15, 8.00 and 9.55 a.m. ; 12.65 and 3.50
Express for Easton, Trenton, Philadel
phia and the south, C.15, 8.00 and 9.56 a.m.,
12.55 and 3.60 p.m.
Washington nnd way stations, 3.55 p.m.
Tobyhanna accommodation, (i.10 p.m.
Express for Blnghamton, Oswego, EI
mira, Corning, Hath, Dansvlllc, Mount
Morris and Buffalo, 12.10, 2.3." a.m. and 1.24
p.m., muklng close connections at Buf
falo to all points in the West , Northwest
and Southwest.
Bath accommodation, 9 a.m.
Blnchamton nnd way stntlons, 12.37 p.m.
Nicholson accommodation, at 5.15 p.m.
Blnghamton and Elmlra Kxpress, COS
Express for Cortland, Syracuse, Oswego
Utlca and Richfield Springs, 2.35 a.m. and
1.21 p.m.
Ithaca, 2.35 and Bath 9 a.m. nnd 1.21 p.m.
For Northumberland, Plttston, Wllkes
Barre, Plymouth, Bloomsbtirg nnd Dan
ville, mnking clone connections at North
umberland for Wllllamsport, Harrisburg,
Baltimore, Washington nnd the South.
Northumberland and intermediate sta
tions, fi.00, 9.65 a.m. and 1.X0 r.tul 0.07 p.m.
Nnntlcoko and Intermediate stations,
8.08 and 11.20 a.m. Plymouth and inter
mediate stations, 3.50 and 8.52 p.m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches on
all express trains
For detailed Information, pocket time
tnblos, etc., npply to M. L. Smith, city
ticket ofTice, 32S Lackawanna avenue, or
depot ticket ofllce.
Nov. 18. 1S94.
Train leaves Scranton for Philadelphia
and New York via I. H. K. K. at 7.45
a.m., 12.05, 2.38 and 11.38 p.m., via D., L. &
W. R. It., fi.00, 8.0S, 11.20 am., and 1.30 p.m.
Leave Scranton for Plttston nnd Wllkes
Barre, via D., L. & W. It. U 6.00, 8.08, 11.20
a.m., 3.50. 6.07, 8.50 p.m.
Leave Scranton for White Haven. Ha
zleton, Pottsvlllo and all points on the
Beaver Meadow and Pottsvllle branches,
via E. & W. V. R. R., 6.40 a.m.. via D. A; II.
P.. R. at 7.45 a.m., 12.05, 2.34, 4.00 p.m., via
D., L. & W. R. R., 6.00, '8.0S, 11.20 a.m., l.Co,
3.50 p.m.
Leave Scranton for Bethlehem. Easton,
Reading, Harrlsnurp and all intermediate
points via D. H. R. R., 7.45 a.m., 12.05,
2.3K, 4.00, 11.38 p.m., via D., L. & W. R. it.,
6.00, 8.0S, 11.20 n.m., 1.30 p.m.
Leave Scranton for Tunkhmnock, To
wnnda, Elmlra, Ithnca. Geneva nnd nil
intermediate points via D. & H. R. K., 8. ij
a.m., 12.05 and 11.35 p.m., via D., L. & W.
R. R., 8.0S, 9.55 a.m., 1.3ft p.m.
Ix?avo Scranton for .Rochester, Buffalo.
Niagara Falls, Detroit, Chicago nnd nil
points west via D. - H. R. R.. 8.45 a.m.,
12.05, 9.15, 11.38 p.m., via P.. L. & NV. R. it.
and Plttston Junction, 8.0K, 9.55 n.m., 1.:,0,
8.50 p.m., via E. & W. V. It. R.. 3.41 p.m.
For Elmlra ond the west via i-a'am.mca,
via D. H. R. R., 8.45 a.m., 12.05,, p.m.,
via D., L. & W. R. R., 8.0;i, 9.55 a.m., 1.30,
and 6.07 p.m.
Pullman parlor nnd sleeping or L. V.
chair cars on all trains between L. B.
Junction or Wllkes-Barre nnd New York,
Philadelphia, Buffalo, and Suspension
CHASiB.LKE.Oen.Pnss. Ast., Phlla., Pn,
A. W. NONNEMACHEU. Asst. Cjca.
Pass. Agt., South Bethlehem. Pa.
Erie and Wyoming Valley.
Trains leave Scranton for New York
and Intermediate points on tho Kri rail
road at 6.-35 a.m. and 321 p.m. AIpo for
Honesdale, Hawley and local points ut
6.35. 9,45 a.m., ond 3.24 p.m.
All the above aro through trains to and
from Honesdale.
Trains leave for Wllkes-Barre at 6.40 a,
m. and 3.41 p.m.
In Effect Sept. 10th, 1804.'
North llinnd.
Notllil ISolllld.
205 203 201 2Oi2OI20U
Ullftfl! etat'n9 ? i f i
8 g (Tmlnsnnlly. f & J S
J 7. - Except flimilay) 0 ,.
1 r M Arrive Leave A w
.... 725.. . N Y Franklin St .... T ....
.... 710.... West 4-.'nd Si .... 7 5.'- ....
.... 700.... Weehawken .... 810....
r M T M Arrive ' Invc A M P II ....
"Sao lis.... Hancock June, tioo ....
810 10U .... Hancock 6 00 a 11 .....
7 58 19 56 ... KtnrllKht 6 1f 2-- ....
761 1D40 .... ProstonPark 0 25 8.11 ....
745 1340 .... Como 63J S 41 ....
7 38 1925 .... rovntelle 6 40 S ....
7 88 18 18 .... Uolmont 6 4.". Sf ....
7 2;! 1303 .... rimsantMt SKI 8 06....
71BfU5U ... Unlomlnle fOnS 800....
708 1140 4 M ForsetCitV 710 3 10 P II
6 61 11 34 91 Carnonrtdle 7 SI 8 3t 5 31
6 48(1130 91-i Whlto Bridge 7 27 f3:H SJ7
(6 48 WOO Mnyflelii f7 Si f3 4-1 fS43
641 1183 903 Jei-mvn 73 845 845
6 85 1118 8 57 Archibald 7 40 8M 6 51
6 33 (1115 854 Winton 7 41 3M 554
6 39 1111 8 50 Pecliville 7 4 3 Ml 5 59
6 35 1107 8 41 OlrphunC 753 4 01 8 04
6 31 1105 8 41 Pickson 7M 4 07 607
619 1103 830 Throop 7 5l 410 610
614 1100 8: Providence BOO 4 14 614
f18 flow 8 8.1 Park Place 8 03 ft 17 616
610 10 55 Hat Bcranton 8 0S 4 30 OSi)
r M A M A v Tnve Arrive A MP HP u
All trains run dnily except Sunday.
f. slKnilles that trains atop on signal for pas
sengers. . .
Secure rates ls Ontario ft Western before
purchasing tickets snd nave money. Day sad
Nlakt Express to the Went.
J. O. Anderson, (Ten. Pass. Ant,
' T. Flltcroft, Div. raw. Agt., ScroDtou, fa,
vVlll for the Next Thirty Dnys, Give Abso
lutcly J-'rco, All Consultations, Kxarai.
nations ond Professional Services.
H-membr, this Is for SO DAYS ONLY.
Avail yournulvos of this raro opportunity.
Tliiionly apnliento cascb of nervous troubles
riHhi frnm Errors of Youth.
Our hpeciuliHt in trcutmont of nil Cntarrhiil
and Throat troubles niso gives FIRST TREAT
iiliNT IUEL'. Deafness positively cured.
Opposite Xnw Hotel Jormyn, Scranton, Pa.
Why rot 'rent with a phynlclan to whom
yon can toll your troubluH and will CUHU
you'' Why fend your money miles away
from homo to some ono you never saw,
whin yrui have the Kreatcst fipeclallst
near yon with whom you can talk H over
u ml b- cured.
Dr. I!r ,-r, 412 Spruce strcot, Scranton,
by h:s new and specific methods and
remedies cures nil the following: Impot
cm y. !.;! .Manhood, Variooocele, fionor-rhcc-i.
iyMiii's. i'.iood Poison, Niphtly
Lns.", 'ct-.ire. PetnlnnI Weakness, Re
yloces j,ntH Vitality. Lost Memory, Eradi
cate! nil the bad effects of ,8clf Abuse,"
1-:.x:( sslve Vcnery, 1'ur'lles the Blood, He.
stores "Shrunken Parts" to their normal
size, Arrests decay nnd makes you a well
and hearty man ngaln. If yolt aro nerv
ous, have a rapid irrltnblo heart, tired,
dull fiH-Pnc In the mornings, Offensive
Breath, Constipation, pains back of neck
and h-riil, or any of the above diseases,
call and be examined. It will cost you
nothing and you may benefit largely by rt.
Mverythlns strictly secret nnd confiden
tial. OFFICE HOURS Dally 9 to 9.
Sundays, 10 to 4.
PR EhVTx N'- r't2 pPmco Street,
Llli IIi.L0C.Oj sen AN ION, pa.
Rational Baa's of Scranton.
SURPLUS, $3i5,000
SAMTTET, TTTVF.S, President.
Vv'. V. WATSOX, Vloo-Presktent.
A. 13. WILLIAMS, Cashier.
Pnmuel TTlnes. .Tam?s M. Everhart, Irv
Intr A. Finch, l'ievce It. l-"lnley, Joseph J.
Jormyn, M. K".nerer, Charles P. Slat
thews, Joiin V. Porter, W. W. Watson.
This bank Invites tho patronage of bus
tness men aud linns generaiy.'
Standard Instruments in every senss of
the term as applied p Pianos.
Exceptional in holilins their original ful
ness of tone.
Fifth avenue.
113 Adams Ave, New Telephone BldjJ-
Manufacturers of the Celebrated
f 00,000 Barrels per Annum
ma"l!lFACTUnlflG CO.,
MMttai or
Ofllce) 320 Washington Avenue
Works: Nay AuR, Pa IS. & W. V. It. R.
m. hTdale,
General Sales Agent, Scranton, Pa