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THE SCRANTON TBIBTJNEPBIDAY "MOBNING. AUGUST 2. 1895.
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Detailed Account of the Various Outdoor Sporting
Events Held Yesterday Throughout the Entire
- , Yesterday's Results.
VeyraoMM 9 Sranton 1
WilkesRaiTO II Rochester 8
Springfield 10 Buffalo
Springfield. 1 Buffalo II
Toronto. .....14 Provldeueo....... 2
Providence a Toronto
Springfield secures another hold upon
Its first position cinch by taking two
games from the Bisons yesterday, while
the Grays, who-hoped to continue thet.r
spurt and overhaul .ithe leaders, are
forced to swallow a reduced percent-
by breaking even with the Cana
dians. Syracuse won from Scranton
With greater ease than circumstances
Warranted, while Wllkes-Barre out
batted and outfleldwl Rochester.
Standing of Eastern Leagne Clubs.
' P. W. L. P C.
Springfield 75 50 23 Mi
75 42 S3 .5oO
Wllkea-Barro 7J 40 33 .MS
uffalo 84 41 43 .48S
Scranton 73 Jl 42 .424
Rochester 85 34 61 .400
Toronto 78 24 64 .30
today's Eastern League Osmcs.
Rochester at Scranton.
Syracuse at Wllkes-Parre.
Buffalo at Providence.
Toronto at Springfield.
MEANEY A LITTLE WILD.
And Seranton's Errors Helped Syracuse
to Win-Five of the Nine Hits Off
.Mesaey Were Made In one Inning.
Syracuse won from Scranton yester
day Its second consecutive game In
the series of four games. The total
score, while showing a wide majority
of four runs for the visitors, does not
reveal the true particulars of the two
Delaney, the recent Scranton cast-off,
twirled a better game than did Meaney.
but three of Seranton's five errors were
made during the run-getting in the
third and fifth Innings, and made pos
sible three of the five runs secured by
the enemy. With Seranton's errors in
those two Innings stricken out, Syra
cuse would have won, but it would have
been by the score of 2 to 1. If Huston
bad sacrificed In the second Inning, the
score would have been at lea9t a tie.
' "Ifs" are not Included In the base ball
dictionary, but the word was the only
consolation left for the cranks In play
ing over again a game already ended.
Meaney a Little Wild.
Delaney was hit seven times fpr
'eight bases, and gave only one walk,
but Meaney, who was hit nine times
for ten bases and struck one out, gave
three gifts of first, made two wild
pitches and hit a batsman. It Is a peculiar
fact that only in the fifth Inning was
"Meaney-'tilt consecutively, and that
only four single hits were made off him
lnrthe other innings, two In the first,
one In the third and one In the eighth.
The heart of the bleacher sank in the
first Inning but was revived again by
another,of3mlth'9 phenomenal throws.
"With one out and Welch on third tJimon
hit a long one to center and the Indi
cations were that Welch would have
time and room to spare before the ball
could be returned. Smith hustled the
' ball In so that It was cleanly caught by
Rogers, and Welch was touched out.
It was a better throw, even, than
Smith's feat of Tuesday, when he threw
from right field and stopped Sweeney at
Pete Eagan made a imlraculoua run
tralrnr caltch of Mlmahan's fly to left cen
ter -wWcn prevented two (additional
runs In the third.
One Opportunity to Score.
Scranton ms first t bat and In the
second Rmitkhi singled and altole sec
ond. Steams drew four "bad ones, but
Huston, instead of aaJcrlfldng, forced
Steams alt second and was himself put
out at first in the tail-end of the double
play, Banrtom reaching third, where he
. died, Meaney being' thrown out at first.
Pot Syracuse, 'Moss singled In the
third and Rafter reached first or. Mea
ney poor throw of an easy chance,
Moss going to second a-nfd each belmg
sxkvsuiced by De'aney's sacrifice.
Wescb reached first and Mloss scored on
a "fielder's choice" hit Ito Bamtnon, who
could not recover from the stop and
get the ball to the plate Itl ume to
block the run. Rafter scored on Pow
force of Welch at second. A base
on balls) to Sdmom. was followed by P.
Ztagan's spkmdid running catch, which
retired the side, ,
The three Syracuse rune la the flftfh
Were maids on four singles, a double
and a sacrifice and were helped atone
by errors by Rogers and tuby. -Scored
the Solitary Run.
6c ran ton's one rani was made by
Stearns on- his single, 'his safe run to
second following (Huston's out on a
foul fly to 'Rafter and Meamey's single,
whteh chose a fortunate course along
the right foul line. - '
A.B. R- H. O. A. E.
Smith, ef 4 0 8,2 1 0
Ward. b. 4 0 0 . 1 I I
P. Euu. If A It ' It 9 A A
Bamran, ss..... 4 0.1 2 4 0
Stearns, lb ;.. 8 . 1 '1.12 ''2 0
Huston, Sb , 8 0 0 0 1 0
Meaney, p 8 0,1. 2 2
Rogers, e 8 0 1 2 0 1
Luby, rf 8 0 0 1 0 2
Totals 81 1 7 23 13 6
A.B.--a H. O. A.
Welch, cf 6 0 2 4 0 0
Power, lb..... ' 4 el 2 9 0 0
Simon, If....' I .0 0 4 0 0
V Mlnahan, 8b 4.0 11.3 0
' Sweeney, rf 4 , 0 1 1 0 0
W. Eagaa, 2b. 3 0,0 3 2 0
Moss, ss...', 2 -1 1 t 2' 3 '
Rafter, 0 4 2 110 0
Ztohuey, p 8 1 10 4 0
Totals 83 5 25 12
'Welch out for Interfering thrown ball.
' Ward out on Infield hit.
Smith out for Interfering with batted
Scranton .....0 0 6 0 0 0 1 mi
. Syracuse 0 Oloinon. k
,: Earned runs Scranton, 1. Two-base
hits-Smith, Delaney. Sacrifice hits-Moss,
Delaney. Stolen- bases Bannon. Left on
. bases Scranton, 4; Syracuse, 8. . Double
Of til kisds, nafctttrtd st inort
c3 st & triiJ C2k
plays Moss to W. Eagan to Power; Smith
4 1 1 c 1. . ... 1 ...... n LMMt
iu nvitrn, ciirui'R um . . r.n". -
on wsors Syracuse. 2. First bust) on called
duus un uciuney, Stearns; on aiuuuc) , 01
mon. W. Eagan. Delaney. Hit by pitcher
Moss. Wild pitches Meaney, 2. Time
1.15. Umpire Uuffney.
HON FROM THE START.
Wilkes-Barre Gets a Big Early Lead Over
WUkes-Barre, iPa,. Aug. l.Tty pun
ishing Uonohue's pitching severely In
the first Inning to the extent of four
-Inisles ar.d atrlilo amdO'Itrlen's errors,
WHkes-liairw gaWwd a tig lead cm
Rochester thl afternoon and were
we-vw headd. Belts, on- the other hand,
was hit to good effect, especially at
critical times, principally by Hamburg
and TlB'he. which, with a cointrlUutlng
error by Earl and Shannon, gave the
visitors eight rune tour beins eaimed.
Ths weather was extremely cold aind
unfavorable for good work m the box.
The remarkable feature of the game
was two fly carchi-s by Lyttle, which
seemed Impossible plays, on which he
doubled up Daly and Tighe ait second
by accurate throws, these playe pre
venting the visitors from securing aw
oral runs. 'SKVMahon distinguish!
himself by strong fielding at short. A't
te&dUnee, 800. Score:
A.U. H. H. O. A. E.
Lytle, If 6 3 4 5 2 0
Shannon', tb 6 3 4 4 2 1
Lesotte, rf 6 1 ' 1 0 0 0
Urirtln. cf 3 112 0 0
Karl, lb 4 0 2 12 0 1
DtgB.ns. c 5 2 13 10
McMahon. ss 5 1 3 1 6 0
Smith, 3b 5 0 1 0 0 0
Betts, p 4 1 0 0 3 0
Totals 44 U 17 27 14 2
A.B. R. H. O. A. K.
Duly. If w 4 118 0 2
Lush, cf 4 2 2 4 0 1
O'Brien. Sb 4 1 0 1 1 1
Hamburg, rt 6 3 4 3 0 0
Breckenridge, lb... 5 12 7 10
Merger, e 5 0 0 " 0 2 0
Tlghe. 2b 4 0 4 6 1 1
Keunan, sa 4 0 1 4 6 0
Uonohue. p 4 0 0 0 2 0
Totals 39 8 14 27 12 5
Wllkes-Barre 6 1 0 0 1 1 3 0 011
ltochester 0 200303008
Eurned runs Wllkes-Barre, 8; Roches
ter, 4. First base on errors Wllkes
Barre, 1; Rochester, 1. Left on bases
Wilkes-Earre, 10; Rochester, 7. First base
on balls Off Be-tts, 2; off Donohue, 4.
Struck out-By Betts, 2. Three-base hits
Lush 2, Grltlln. Two-base hits Lvtle,
Shannon, Humburg, BreckenridKe. Stolen
bases Lytle, Diggins, McMahon, Betts 2,
Hamburg. Double plays Lytle to Shan
non 2; McMahon to Shannon to Earl; Mc
Mahon to Earl. Hit by pitcher O'Brien.
Umpire Doescher. Time 1.40.
' Provldenco and Toronto Split Even.
Providence. R. I., Aug. 1. The Prov
idence and Toronto teams broke even
on the games today, one of which was
postponed from June. WIttrock, re
leased by Toronto, pitched for provi
dence in. the first game and his old
mates hammered him unmercifully.
They touched him up for eighteen hits,
with a total of thirty bases, working
In three home runs. Gray pitched a
great game for Toronto, and the Provi
dence batsmen were as children before
him when hits were needed. When the
first game was ended the score was 14
to 2. in favor of Toronto.
Gray started In to pitch the second
game also, but in two Innings, the home
team connected steadily with his curves
and got five runs. Then Crane took his
place and the Grays.got only one more
run. Rudderham pitched this game for
Providence, and held the Torontos well
In hand at critical periods. The second
game was Intensely exciting, for the
Torontos made a great up hill fight, and
seemed bound to win In the ninth, when
they got men on second and third with
none out and they were then hitting the
ball hard. Brilliant fielding saved the
game at the finish. Shlnnlck was struck
on the jaw by a batted ball and dis
Providence 0 0000010 12
Toronto 2 0 0 3 6 0 0 8 14
Hits Providence. 10; Toronto, 18. Er
rorsProvidence, 4; Toronto, 1. Batteries
WIttrock and McAuley; Gray and Lake.
Earned runs Providence, 2; Toronto, 11.
Two-base hits Lutenberg, j. Smith, De
mont, Lyons. Home runs C. Smith, 3.
Smith, Lake. Stolen bases Demon t,
Casey. Lyons, Cooney, Strieker 2, Mur
ray. Double plays Lake to C. Smith to
Lutenberg. First base on balls Knight,
8trlcker, McAuley. Struck out McAuley,
WIttrock 2. Wild pitches-Gray, 1; WIt
trock, 1. Hit by pitched ball Basnet t,
Lutenberg, Cooney, C. Smith. Time 2.10.
Providence 2 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 08
Toronto 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 1 04
.. Hits Providence. 13; Toronto, 7. Errors
Providence, 3; Toronto, 3. Batteries
Rudderham and McAuley; Gray. Crane
and Lake. Earned runs Provldance, 4;
Toronto, 4. Two-base hits Knight, Mur
ray, Freeman, Demont. Three-base hit
Freeman. Stolen bases Lyons 2, Bassett,
Murray 3, McAuley, Demont. Double
plays Rudderham to Cooney to Rogers;
C. Smith to Lutenberg; Demont to Smith
to Lutenberg. First base on balls Bas
sett, Knight, Murray, Rudderham 3, De
mont, Crane. Struck out By Rudderham,
6; by Crane, 8. Wild pitch Crane. Hit by
pitched ball Freeman, Casey. Time 1.60.
Umpire 8wartwood. .
Two Games of Heavy Hitting.
Springfield, iMass., Aug. 1. Spring
field worn two game this afternoon,
both of them well pVayed and etoultly
- In- the first g-ime Callahan' was In
the box for Sprltigfleld, and rwl'tti the
exception of ithe seventh timing kept
the flits well scattered. IVrurnler was
In the box for the visitors for seven
Innings and the RprS-.igfle.lds took so
kindly to his left hand delivery that
Herntton was substituted. BprlngfleM
kept on Increasing her lead just the
came, winning the game by hard hit
ting. Shearon made ai fine catch and
Shomnon made a couple of brilliant
The batting was even- harder In the
second game, and H was a close con
test from start to finish. G ruber start
ed to pitch for Springfield, but In three
Innings Buffalo made wVne runs and
Cheabro. a youngster, was put In and
pulled the game out, allowlig but three
hits' In the last six Innings. Shannon
matte a double plav unassisted, sffld
Lynch and McDonald also made a fins
double. Lewee made 4 pretty stop of
a ground hit, . Scores:
. First tame '.. . .... v ,,. . ; .-; j:
Springfield ... 0 1 0 1 0 3 t 1-10
Buffalo I l l t 1.1 I 15
Htts-Sprlngfletdr 16; Buffala 10. Er-rors-Springneld,
t; Buffalo, 4. Batteries
-Callahan and Oonson; Foamier, Hera-'
don and Urquhart. Earned runa Spring
field, 6; Buffalo, 4. Stolen; baaes Shan
non. Donnelly, Joaea 8. Lynch S. Gilbert,
McDonald. Two-base hits Gilbert, Mc
Donald. Urquhart. Three-base hits
Bchefner, Dowse, Dranby .Field, First on
balls Herndon L Shannon 8. ' Gilbert 1.
Bcnefiter 1. Left on baaea Springfield. 10;
Buffalo, 7. Struck out Callahan. Drauby,
Clymer, Field, Gilbert, McDonald 1 Bat
ter hit Shea ron. Double plays Lewee
and Wise. Umpire Hurst Time 2.04.
Springfield 1 1 2 ( 8 0 6 1 6-14
Buffalo 4 6 6 0 0 2 6 0 011
Hita-Sprlngflald, 16; Buffalo. 11 Er
rors Sprinireflld, 4; Buffalo, 4. Batteries
Q ruber. Chesbro and Gunaon; McGlnnls
and Urquhart. Earned runs Springfield,
3; Buffalo. 1. Sacrifice hit Gilbert Stolen
bases Shearon. Donnelly 2, Lynch, 8cheff
ler 3, Clymer, Wise. Two-base hits Gil
bert, Jones, Schemer. Dowse, Clymer.
Three-base hit Wise. First on balls By
Gruber, Drauby .Shearon; by Cheabro,
Clymer, Shearon, Ffedd; by McGlnnls,
Lynch, McDonald 2, Gruber. Left on
bases Springfield, 4; Buffalo. . Struck
out By Cheabro, Shearon: by McGlnnls,
Donnelly, Jones, Gilbert, Cheabro. Double
pleye Shannon unassisted: Lynch and
McDonald. Passed balls GunSon. Time
Two hours. Umpire Hurst.
As predicted there Is today a change
In the standing of the National league
clubs, which gives evldcnco of further
changes that will see the middle divi
sion up with the leaders within two
weeks. The leaders are battling among
themselves, and in the coming series at
New York, Philadelphia, Boston and
Brooklyn, those clubs are bound to be
benefitted. Pltltsburg yesterday went
up to a tie with Cleveland, Chicago goes
from seventh to fifth, Boston, from fifth
to sixth, Philadelphia, from sixth to
seventh. Brooklyn, from Ninth to
elgMh, and New York from eighth to
Standing of National League Clubs.
P. W. L. P.C.
Cleveland 87 62 35 .6K8
1'lttsburg 82 4 33 M
Baltimore 76 46 31 .CW
Cincinnati 80 45 36 .6U3
Chlcaito 88 4 49 Ml
Boston 76 42 34 .6.VI
I'hllaUelphia , 77 42 35 .645
Brooklyn 79 42 37 .532
New York 78 41 37 .626
Washington 74 26 48 .351
St. Louis 85 27 68 .318
Louisville 77 18 66 .234
At Pittsburg- R. H.E.
Plttsbiira- 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 7 1
Cleveland OOOOOOOOO-O 6 4
Butteries Hawley and Merrttt; Cuppy
and Zlmmer. Umpire O'Day.
At Boston R, H.E.
Boston 0 21101000-5 8 6
Baltimore 0 0 2 0 5 0 7 0 1-15 16 2
Batteries Dolan and Ryan; Hemming
and Robinson. Umpire Emslie.
At I'hlladelnbla R. H.E.
Philadelphia 0 1 0 0 3 4 0 0 0- 8 12 4
Brooklyn 0 1 0 3 0 2 0 4 -10 14 1
Batteries Lampe. Taylor and Grady;
Gumbert, Abbey and Dalley. Umpire
At Washington R. H.E.
Washington 2 1 0 1 2 1 2 0 0- 9 15 0
New York 3 0000300O-6 8 2
Batteries Mercer anil McGuIre; Clarke
and Farrell. Umpire Heydler.
At rhlcniro R. H.E.
Chicago 0 0210110 -6 9 2
St. Louis 1 0 10 0 0 0 0 0- 2 6 2
Batteries Terry and Donohue: h.nret
lsseni?pr an d Miller. Umulre McDonald
At Louisville Louisville vs. Cincinnati,
game postponed until today.
At r,i.hnni)illiv R. H.E
r-nrhnn.lnl 0 0 01 0 31 16 10 3
Hazleton 2 0000040-6 9 1
i.,..uriu. VurWoa nn.l Tntchen: Smith
and Westlake. Game called at the end of
the eighth Inning on occouni 01 uarKneas
At Allcntnarn R. H.E
Allentown 2 000122007 7 3
Lancaster 0 000000101 4 3
Batteries P. Fox and G. Fox; Yeager
and Roth. ' - - - '-
. DIAMOND DUST.
Rochester here today, Saturday and
Shortstop Sweeney, of the Allentowns,
who It Is supposed would sign with Scran
ton, has been secured by Rochester.
The Rochestera reached here from
Wilkes-Barre last night, and the Syracuse
club, which plays In Wllkes-Barra today,
leaves for that city this noon.
Manager Barnte late last night had not
returned from his two days' search for
players. Since It was learned that Short-
stov Sweeney, late of the Allentowns, had
nigned with Rochester, it was reported
that Ellis, late third baseman for Allen
town, would bo the new Scranton in-
fielder. " .
Amateur Ball Notes.
The Mullen Street Starlights accept the
challenge of the West Side Stars for a
game this afternoon.
The Blue Stars will meet the Shamrocks
at the Marvin shaft on Aug. 4. Take prov
idence car. A. Gillespie, captain; M. Dur
kin, manager. .
The Americans, of Dnnmore, defeated
the Crackajacks, of Green Ridge, In a one
sided contest yesterday afternoon by the
score of 32 to 11.
The Sunsets challenge the Harmonies
for Aug. 4 or Aug. 11 on the Dutch Hol
low grounds at 3 p. m. J. Uousrcd, mana
ger; T. Hettler, captain.
The VIoleM cha'lenga tho smaller Snndy
Bank club for Aug. 4 or Aug. 11 at 2 p. m.
on the Hollow groundi. C Kraif, captain.
Answer throut Tho Trlbun?.
The Colts, of the North End, accept
the challenge of the Grass Cutters, of the
West Side, for a game on the Brickyard
grounds Saturday, Aug. 3, at 2.30 sharp.
The- Ballot Stars, of Dunmore, have
changed their name and will be hereafter
known aS the Hustlers, of uunmore.
W. Travis, manager; J. Coleman, cap
tain. The West Side Stars challenge any tlub
In the city under Id years of ago for a
game on the Little Woods grounds Aug. 3.
Lou Davles, manaK Will Hughes (bp
tain. The Hustlers, of Dunmore, accept the
challenge of the Starlights, of Smoketown,
to a game on Dunmore grounds Aug, 11,
1896. W. Travis, manager; J. Coleman,
The Grass Cutters, of the West Sldo,
challenge the Ellis Boys or the Achillea
of Bellevue, to a game on Gammon's hill
Saturday ' morning, Aug. 3. .T. Thomas,
The Rustlers, of Mlnooks, accept the
challenge of the Harmonics, of the West
Side, for a game on Sunday on noma
grounds. Answer In The Tribune. T.
The Green Ridge Senators challenge the
Anthracites, of Mooslc, to a game at
Mooslc on Monday, Aug. 6, at 3.30 p. m.
Answer through The Tribune. James
1 The Green Ridge Senators challenge the
Hlckorys. ofvJermyn, to a game on the
Jermyn grounds Saturday, Aug. 8, at 4
p. m. Answer through Tne Tribune.
James Campbell, manager. '
The Manhn.U.ins, of the South Hide,
challenge the, Comets, of Duryea, to a
game on Miner grounas sunuay, Aug. ,
at 2.80 p. m. Answer through The Tilb
une. Frank Jones, captain.
Olyphant lost ths game to the Senators,
of Green Ridge, yesterday through Inabil
ity to find Hurts together with costly er
rors. Olyphant used two pitchers dur
ing the game and each was touched up
for many safe hits.. The score:
Gretn Ridge 1 00(1 110 1-8
Olsptant 10 10 1110 2-7
Jflta Green Ridge, 11; Olyphant, -7. Er
rors Oreen Ridge, 4; Olyphant, 6. Three-
base hit Pettlgrew. Two-base hits Gar
bett Cleary. - Stolen bases Hart, Mo-
Dermott, Connors, Cleary. Double plays-
Burks to Garbett. Base on balls Off Mc
Dermott, 2; off Kurts, 1; off Cleary, 1
Hit by pitcher Maloney. Struck out By
McDermott, 8; by Cleary, 1; by Kurts, 10.
At Their Old Stud,
MAIN AYE. AND PRICE ST.,
WITH AN ENTIRE NEW
Stock of Groceries.
ON OTHER SIDEOF CHANNEL
Some Events of the Day on the West
Side of the Citv Noted.
JUDGE EDWAKDS IS HONORED
Tendered a Banquet and Reception in
Waiea-Mr. and Mrs. Walfrnn En
tertaln Large Kxodua for
Atlantie City Yesterday.
Word haa been' received from Judge
and Mrs. H. M. Edwards, who are nuw
In Wales, aiocumpanled by Frainklin
Howell, of this side. On Friday last
the citizens of Cardiff united In giving
a rousing reception. A 'banquet was
held, speeches made and all of Gwalla's
suns and daughters vleU with each oth
er In honoring their guests.
Judge Edwards' name Is well known
tit Wales, he having been tiorn there.
The resident's therefore take an especial
interest in his rise to fame Lninhls coun
try. Newly Married Couple Entertain.
Mr. amd Mrs. -Benjamin: Walibeun,
who were married last week, enter
tained a number of 1'helr friends
Wednesday evening at their home on
Back street. A good time was enjoyed
by all, games addlr.g to the pleasure of
tihe evening. Thota pr-iint were: Mr.
amid Mrs. Ben Watbeun, 'Mr. a.n.1 Mrs.
Evans, iMr. and IMrs. Dainlel Pry, uMleaes
Sarah FeMrj, Mary Ann Rlchmrds,
iMary Ann Fnancla, Lizzie IFraimcls,
Gwcm Evans, May BttawiuiJng, (Helen
Williams. Resale William's, Lizzie Will
iams, Sarah Ann Davis, Oassle Fran
cis, Lottie Plfer, Edward Walbron, Will
Morgan, Miles Filben, Arthur Lake,
Llewellyn Morgan, Morgan Watklns,
Will Weeder.", Tihonvaa Beechitn, Will
iam .Pry, Edward Pry, Frank Pry amd
Henry Morgan. Mr. and 'Mrs. Walbeun
passed oroul.-.'d the refreshments during
the lut'ter part of the evening.
At tho Sea Coast.
Among the West Side people who
left for Atlantic City yesterday were:
Mrs. John Griffiths, of Eynon street;
Mr. and .Mrs. T. .W Davis, of Eynon
street; Mrs. Isaac Morgan, of North
Hyde Park avenue; Mrs. Edwa.rda, of
Hampton street; Mrs. John Wagstaff
and daughter, Pegglg, of Hampton
street; Mrs. William James, of Eynon
street; Sarah. Morgan, Mrs. T, W. Phil
lips and daughter, Margaret, of South
The Homo of the Faker.
The West Side seems to be the Mecca
of fakirs. Wednesday evening a slick
looking chap, calling himself John
Mack.and claiming a four years' school
ing with P. T. Barnum's corp of clowns,
occupied that particularly choice spot
for men of his ilk, on Scranton stret,
near IMaln avenue. He bawled until
10.30 o'clock, and after fleecing a num
ber folded his tent and stole away. He
came again last night and did a big
business. The Scranton street church
people are protesting against the open
air show as a nuisance.
The Original Columbian quartette of
this side, consisting of Gall Morgan.
Emrys iMorgan, Watkln Morgan, and
Herbert Jones, assisted by the Cresant
orchestra, serenaded' Thomas IMorgan
last evening at his home, on Luzerne
I.lttlo Nuggets of Xews.
The Misses Maggie and Mamie Row
an, of Luzerne street, left yesterday
for a two weeks' vacation at Philadel
phia and Atlnntio City.
John Cowley, of Price street, was
surprised .by a few of his friends
Wednesday, evening. Among those In
attendance were: Misses Mary Caw
lay, Bessie Cohnell," Nellie and Mary
Eagen, Grace iMcFadden Anna Clarke;
Joseph Rossar, John Connoll, M. Mc
Fadden, John Martem, Daniel Jordan
and John Clarke.
Miss Florence Irving, of Jackson
street, left yesterday for Atlantic City.
Dr. and Mrs. J, J. Roberts are at
Middle Granville, N. T visiting rela
tives. J. D. Williams sailed from New Tork
for a three months' tour of Wales. R.
J. Williams accompanied his brother to
Miss Annie Williams, of Hyde Park
avenue, Is visiting at Kingston.
j Contractor Edwlni O.' . iHughes has
about completed his handsome South
Main avenue residence.
This evening Miss Nellie Morgan, who
attended , the recent Boston Christian
Endeavor convention as a delegate
from the Sherman Avenue Mission,
will address her constituents on her
experience at the "hub."
Timothy " McCarthy, , of Washburn
street. Is dangerously 111.
Barber John II. Reynolds, of South
Main avenue, will leave today for Pitts
burg to attend the encampment of the
Second brigade, , National Guard of
Miss Esther Powell, of Plymouth, li
the guest of Miss Catherine Price.
iMIss Annie Kennedy, . of Jackson
street, Is visiting at Tltuivllle.
D. J. Jones, of Clarke , Bros., has ac
icepted the position of agent for the
Monroe Ink Eraser . .Manufacturing
company of WlBcnfiln.-: . " '
' Daniel James, of Dundaff, Is critically
111 at Bellevue Heights, where he Is vis
iting. ' - . a
Miss Cora Williams and Miss Casnfe
Jones, of Dickson, will )eavs shortly
Mlstea Cor and Lute. Roberts, of
8treet 111.,' are the guests of Mrs.
1 The "Dan Agrade" camping party,
tho members of which have been named
In this column, left yesterday for Lake
Winola. . .
, Kresge, tho South Main avenue dry
(foods dealer, has a fine window decora
tlon at hi nUrw tit huslnaaa A akin
made of linen, wWch is on "sail," Is
The Misses LllHan navloa nt Rrninn
street; Susan and Kate Johnson, of
bouw wain avenue; Jennie Raymond,
Of HamDton Street, haw. Klnnwl frnm
a two weeks' stay at Asbury Park.
ansa uiitan- Krart, of Hazleton, re
turned home WednMAnv
to Miss Champion, of Jackson street.
jniHa jennie Lowry entertained
lb-lends last evenlne- in
presence of the Misses Belle and Bertha
wis, or .ewarK.
A Tnan named rta.ll ho . -um,a.
wac-m;v S Ul 17"
turbance on a street car last evening
anu was jaiiea for disorderly conduct.
West Side Business Directory.
BICYCLES repaired, scissors ground,
tools sharpened, saws filed, keys fitted,
machines repaired by W. L. Steenback.
dealer In Guns. Fishing Tackle, under
West Side Bank.
PHOTOGRAPHER Cabinet Photos, $1.40
per dosen. They am Just lovely. Con
vince yourrelf by calling at Starner-a
Photo Parlors. 101 and 103 Bouth Main
BARBER. Hair cutting and shaving done
in a first-class manner at John H. Rey
nold's Barber Bhop, at Fairchlld's Hotel.
GROCERIES Revere Standard Java
CofTee Is unexcelled. The leading coffoo
of the day. For sale only at F. W. Ma
son 4 Co. Fine Qrocerlea, lit Bouth
SECOND HAND FURNITURE CASH
for anything you have to sell. Furni
ture, Stoves, Tools, etc. Call and see
the stock or J. C. King, ltMt and IWi
WALL PAPER-Go to Fred Reynolds,
206 North Main avenue, and see his
complete line of Wall Paper, Paints
and Window Shades. Just opened with
PLUMKINO-Wllllam D. Griffiths, 111
North Main avenue, doeh first-class
Plumbing, Steam Heat and Gas Fitting.
Satisfaction is strictly guaranteed.
fhen Baby was sick, we gave her Castorts,
When uho was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Hiss, she clung to Castoria,
When she bod Cbildrea,ahe gave them Castoria
VICTOR LEADS ALL
We are receiving a few daily,
and are prepared to furnish Vic
tors, Gcndrons, Envoys, Fleet
wings. Relay Special, Relay Road
ters, Crowns, LuMINums; all new
in both Ladies' and Gentlemen's
WE HAVE STILL SOME BARGAINS IN
Call and Examine,
314 LACKJL AVE., SCRANTON, PL
MINING, BLASTING AND SP0RTIN6
Manufactured at the Wapwallopen Mills, Ln
tenia county, Pa., and at Wil
HENRY BELIN, Jr.
Oeneral Agent for the Wyoming Dletriot.
118 WYOMING AVE 8crartton, Pa
Third National Bank Building.
THOS. FOBlxlittsttm, Pa.
JOHN B. SMITH SON, Plymouth. Po.
K. W. MULLIGAN, Wilkes Barre, Pa.
Agents for the Rspatue Chemleal Pel
ftaay a High Kxplceivef.
HE HAS FOUND IT-SO CAN YOU.
,115 SPRUCE SI!!.
the best place In the city to get fishing
tnckle and sportsmen'a supplies. That
STERLING WHEEL of his Is a beauty,
and as for quality well, the others are not
In it. Open evenings.
ROOF TINNING AND SOLDERING
An done away with by ths use of HART
MAN'8 PATUNT PAINT, which consists
of Ingredients well-known to all. It can bo
applied to tin, galvanised tin, sheet Iron
roofs, also to brick dwellngs, which will
ftrovent absolutely any crumbling, crack"
ng or breaking of the brick. It will out
last tinning of any kind by many years,
and It's coat does not exceed one-fifth thai
of the coat of tinning, la aold by the jot)
or pound. Contracts taken by
ANTONIO UARTMAKN, in Birch tt
The Finest In thp Cltj.
' The latest lnrproTed furnish'
toga and apparatus for keepUf
meat, batter and ens.
& Wyoming Ave. '
lees see oero-rri
"Too Hot ,
I to Eat"
is a feeling that, if yielded to, has
serious results. Strength - should
be maintained in order to overcome
the debilitating effects of summer.
being the greatest concentration in
small bulk of the vital elements of
lean, raw meat, is pre-eminently
the source from whence nourish
ment should be obtained, at a time
when the least effort should be de
manded of the digestive organs.
E HAVE purchased HO cases of Fine
Men's Shoes from an eastern manufac
turer for Hpot Cah, and we are able to cell
you them at the wholesale price and make a
small margin This Is an opportunity for yon
to buy good shoes cheap. Look at these prices:
Men's Satin Calf Shoes, all
sizes and widths $1.50
Men's Genuine Austrian Calf
Shoes, con. or bals.... . $1.75
Meu'a Fine (Jood year Velt Shoes,
con. or bals. all styles ana
widths, at $2.50
Are worth 18 74
Men's Weal Calf, railroad work
InK Shoes $1.25
Men's everyday Shoes, only $1.25
lloys' Shoes, genuine Calf, war
ranted, only $1.25
Ladles' Fine French Dongola
Shoes, best makes, warranted,
only .......... $3.50
Ladles' Fine Vici Kid Shoes $3.00
Ladies' Fine French Dongola
Shoes, in opera or square
toes, only $2:50
AU sises and widths
Ladies' Dongola Shoes at the
at the low price of. $1,55
Are worth li
OUR I1.C0 LADIES' SHOES are worth see
ing and you cannot duplicate them for lees
Our stock of HISSES' and CHILDREN'S
SHOES is Try lare and the price is 2 PEH
CT LH8 than you ran buy them elsewhere.
We want you to call and examine our goods
before buying elsewhere and we will sare you
money, Rt member, we consider It no trouble
to show our goods and you will surely save
money by it.
140 Penn Avenue.
When you can have your eyes adeaUnoslly
Tested Free by tho new method.
WThre are hundreds of people If they
knew tliis, would go mUea to hare their
examined. DON'T WAIT.
tVWhen you get lenses, or glasses, as
many people call them. Get the Beat, aathey
won't cost Ton any more than poorer onns.
Do not trust your valuable sight to pod
dlers. The ACRO-CRYSTAL LENSES
will correct tho vision and atop all
pain In tho head.
Placed Id tbi Finest Solid Gold Frioes for (3
These Lenses are cold only by
EYE SPECIALIST AND JEWELER
Opposite Scranton Bouse,
203 Laoka wanna Ave., SCRANTON, PA.
to 11 a. m., 1 to and 1 to p. m.
U. E. CROFUT, Prop'r.
Heart Lake, Pa.
Altitude nearly 2,nm feet. Fine groves and
beautiful scenery. House new and well fur
nished; but three minutes' walk from D., I
ft W, station, and 1C0 feet from the lake.
GOOD BOATS, FISHING TACKLE,
Dancing Pavilion, Swings, Croquet Ground
etas FREE to Gucata
COLD SPRING WATEll
AND PLENTY 07 MILK.
RATES REASONABLE. Write for
circular. j .
GILHOOLS CARRIAGE WORKS.
Can Ufe, Business Wagons, Bscalrtng Boras
Hboeing.PaintingandUphoIateriag. Sea UA
121, Kta, fe!6 Seventh street. Boraatua. Pa.
THE SCR AM TON
VITRIFIED BRICK TILE
SHALE PAVING BRICK
AKD BUILDING BRICK
Oflloei 890 Washington Avenue.
Worfcal Nsy-Aug, Pa K. A W. T. R. B.
M. H. DALE,
General Sales Agent, Scranton. P
JOHN L HANGI, ENGRAVER,
OFFICE AND SHOP
S 1 1 Laak. At. and Stewart's Art store.
ftito EulwlU for Clrtnlihv Books, Citv
- loan, Minptpttt
HalVTonaa ane Une Wartu
Central Railroad ot Mew Jersey.
(Labia atat huaHouis IMraaoai
Anthracite coal seed excluatraijr, Utlttr
tag rlssnllniss and oasaf arc
viatai iJL.ttL.rn xx t- a.i;i iuse a ua .
Traina ttava ateraatofl far PtttataBw
WUkee-Barre. oto iIIAIA lLs a-ak,
m too. lei. Lo71.M p. m. Ituaaaya. ai.
a. m., 1.00. ttt, T.1 p. m.
or Allan no wily, aae a.va.
For New York. Newark and BatAaotk.
I. 0 (express) a. m , 1.2S (eapreea wHh Hut
fat parlor ear), tm (aiptssa) tvaa. Ban
dar. .u p. an. Train leaving UP. a.
arrives at Philadelphia. Reading Term
inai, i n p. m. ana New Tors a 4k p. m.
For JIaveh Chank. Allentown, Bethle
hem, Eaaton and Philadelphia. Ut a.nva
l.U L06, 1.00 (except Philadelphia) p. tu.
Sunday. 114 p.m.
For Lona Branch. Ocean OroTa. ata at
g.J a. m. (through coach). Lit p. m.
ror Heading, leoanon ana uamsDurgv
via Allentown. . a. m., 1.XJ, a.) p. in.
Sunday, 1U p.m.
r or roasvine. s.zva. nv, i.n p. bp.
Returaina. toavo New Tork. foot of Lib
arty street. North, river, at t.10 (express)
am., MO. Lie, AS) (express with Buffet
parlor ear) p.m. Sunday, AM a.m.
jjaava rniiHiipsH. nwuns .nuiosb
1.00 a.ro., lot and . p.m. Buaday in
Through tickets to all points at Vow set
ratea may be had on application In ad
vanos to the ticket agent at tbe station.
H. P. BALDWIN.
Gen. Paaa. Agent.
J. H. OLHATJSEN. Gen. SupU
Del., Lack, and Western.
Effeot Monday, June K lata.
Traina leave Scranton as follows: Et
Ereas for New York and all points East.
40, 1.M. lit, tOt) and .5S a.m.; 12.66 and 131
Express for Eaaton, Trenton. PhlladaW
Bhla and the aeutb, lit, 100 and M anv.
!.S6 and 134 p.m.
Washington and way stations, lit p.m.
Tobyhanna accommodation, (.10 p.m.
Express for Blnshamton, Oswego, El
mira. Corning. Bath. Dansvlue, Mount
Morris and Buffalo, 11 W, 116 am., and 1 11
pro., making close eonnectiona at Buf
falo to all points In tho West , Northwest
Bath accommodation, I am.
Binghamton and way atatlons, HIT pra.
Nlcholeon accommodation, at 4 p. m. and
0.10 p. m..
Binghamton and Ehnlra Express, 10S
Express for Cortland, Syracuse, Oswego
Utlca and Richfield Springs, IK am. and
Ithaca, 1.38 and Bath a.m. and IH.P ".
For Northumberland. Pittatoo. Wilkes
Barre, Plymouth, Bloomaburg and Dan
vllle. making cloee eonnectiona at North,
umberlaad for Wllllamaport, Harrlsburg.
Baltimore, Washington and the South.
Northumberland and Intermediate eta.
tlons, too. tu a.m. and 1.30 and lot p.m.
Nantleoke and Intermediate stations.
101 and 110 a.m. Plymouth and Inter
mediate atatlons, 3.40 and 163 p.m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches OS)
all expreee trains
For detailed Information, pocket time
tables, etc., apply te M. L. Smith, erty
ticket office, at Lackawanna avenue, ot
depot ticket ofneo.
. HUDSON RAIL
ROAD. Commencing Monday,
day, July 10, all trains
wlllarrlvo at new Lack
awanna avenue stattoa
Trains will wave Scran
ton statJos) for Carbondale and la
tennodlata points at 130, let, 7.00, is an4
Ilia am., lTea, Its, ICS, lit, lit, 1A 11
and li.lo p.m.
For rarvtew, Waymart and Hooeadalo
at 140, IS and Hit a.m.,12.00, 120 and 111
''For Albany, Saratoga, ths Adirondack
and Montreal at 14t a.m. and 13D p.m.
For Wllkea-Barre and Intermediate
jlnta at T.41 14a, 131 and 1A4C a.m., IlOtf
IM. 131 tet7lll Its, 11 and 1LJ3 p.m.
Trains will arrive at Scranton station
from CarbondaVo and Intermediate points
at T.st, 141 0 34 and 10.40 am., ll.oo, LU.3.341
141 AM, Itt, T.4&. 1U and 11.33 p.m.
From Honeedale, Waymart and Fart
view at 134 a.m., UtO, Lll. 141 tSS ane)
From Montreal, Saratoga, Albany, eta
at 4.64 and 11.33 p.m.
From WUkee-Barre and Intermedlatrl
points at lit, 104, 10.06 and 11.66 a.m., 1.1
Ua, 131 lltTltl 7J, tot and U.XI p.m.
Erie and Wyoming Valley.
Trains leave Scranton for New Tork
and Intermediate points on the Erie rail
road at 7.00 a m. and 124 p. m. Also for
Honeadale, Hawley and local points at
7.00, 9.40 a. m. and 3.24 p. m.
All the above are through traina to and
Train for Lake Ariel 6.10 p. m.
Traina leave for Wllkes-Barre at IM a
m. and 3.4t p. m.
Train leaves Scranton for Philadelphia)
and New York via D. ft H. R. R. at T.4S
a. m . llflfi, 1.20, 138 and 11.31 p. m., via D..
LtW.aR, 100, 101 11. 3D a. m., and L3t
Leave Scranton for Plttston and Wllkes
Barre. via D., U A W. R. R, 100, 101 U-2t
a m., 160, 107, 3.6J p. m.
Leave Scranton for White Haven, Ha
xlnton, Pottavllle and all points on tho
Beaver Meadow and Pottavllle branches,
via E. A W. V. R. R t.40 a.m.. via D.tH.
R. R. at T U a. m.. 12.06, 1.30. 131 100 n. m..
via D., L. A W. R. R. 100, lot, 11.30 a. m..
1.30, 3.60 p. m.
Leave Scranton for Bethlehem. Eaaton.
Reading, Harrlsburg and all Intermediate
points via D. A H. R. R., T.46 am., 13.06.
1.20. 3.31 4.00, 11.88 p. m., via D., I A W. R.
R., .0O. KM, 11.20 a. m., 10 p. m.
Leave Scranton for Tunkhannock, To
wanda, Elmlra, Ithaca, Geneva and all
Intermediate points via D. A H. R. R.. 14C
am., 12 OS and 11.18 p.m., via D X A W.
R. R., Id t.66 am.. 1.30 p.m.
Leave Scranton for Rochester, Buffalo,
Niagara Falls, Detroit. Chicago and all
pointa west via D. A H. R. R., 146 a.m..
12.05, 115. 11.33 p.m., via Dj L. W, B. R.
and Plttaton Junction. 108, t.6S a.m., 1.4).
160 p.m., via E. A W. V. K. R.. 3.41 p.m.
For Elmlra and tho west via Salamanca,
via D. A H. R. R.. 146 am.. 12.05, 106 p.nv.
via D..L. A W. R. K., 101 166 am.. L30.
and 107 p.m. ... ...
Pullman parlor and sleeping or L. V.
chair cars on all trains between I A B.
Junction or WUkea-Barre and New York.
Philadelphia, Buffalo, and Suspension
"rOLLIN H. WILBUR. Gen. Supt.
CHAS. B. LEE, Gen. Pass. Agt, Phils., Pa.
X W. NONNEMACHBR. Asst. Geo.
Pass. Agt.. South Bethlehem. Pa.
In Effect. May Itth, tSSS.
5 (Trains Bally, K
Ik Y. Franklia St. ,
west na sureeu .
weenawxen I ,
M M 81
i iwii n
48 11 Ml
II Oil 144
11 OSI 8 41
ill 0 1 19
II 0 8 8r
10 SW g
All tralos run dally exoept Sunday,
t signifies that trains stop oa signal tor pas.
eoure rates via Ontario a Wester before
Burckisinf tickets and sare DMaey. Say aad
mug. Mpreaatesaa wm
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