The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, August 06, 1895, Page 7, Image 7

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Detailed . Account of the Various Outdoor Sporting
Events Held Yesterday Throughout the Entire
Athletic World.
Teaterday's Results.
Scranton .. V Roobester S
Serantoa IT Hoehestar.. 4
gyraense 15 Wilkes-Barro 3
Baffslo 8 Providoaee
Toronto at Springfield, no game. .
uffalo profited by the luck of an
evenly played game and won by a
cant margin from Providence. The
victory was very timely, as the Indica
tions are that Scranton has struck a
winning; streak and will make the
Bisons' hold on fifth place very uncer
tain, scranton gained nine points on
Buffalo by taking the two games from
Rochester, both of which were easll
won. Delaney, for Syracuse, was in
against Betts. "the won man," at
Wilkes-Barre. and the latter was
pounded at will.
Standing of Eastern I.caftie Clubs.
P. W. L. P.C,
Rlinngneia 79 64 25 .64
jrruviuence 79 49 SO .620
S"01"?. - 85 .55
l vyiKtn-oarre 76 41 35 .539
Muuaiu 88 43 45
iriion 77 35 42 ,455
99 35 55
luronto 83 24 68 .293
Today's Eastorn Leaguo Game.
Buffalo at Providence.
Tomorrow'a Eastern League Camas.
Toronto at Scranton.
Buffalo at Wllkes-Barre.
8yracuse at Springfield.
Rochester at Providence.
Serantoa Easily Takes tha
' Rochester came baric s. .
terday and gave two more exhibitions
W nI. t0 plajr the 'T National
rame. The visitors threw anvay the
chance to win the first contest, bu t were
""r conspicuous in the second chapter,
in which the Scrantons gamboled at will
,uun ' rases, and hit as they nuoenson, tne recent Import
lon from Canada.
e announcement that Catcher
"J1 been releaed and that "Big
BUI .Scftrlever. an" oldtlme Scranton
player, had been signed, drew 1.600 per
sons, the largest audience in a long
4inc, iu me games. But Just be
fore the first game Schrlever wired that
he would not be here until today, and It
la probable, that the dlsaDDolntment
caused the crowd- to show its lack of
loyalty oy groans and cat-calls for
every Scranton mistake, and by ap
plause 10 r every point favorable to the
visitors. The non-appearance of
scnrlever and Sweeney, the newly
signed shortstop, accounts for the pres
ence in me game of all Scranton's
President Powers got mixed In mak
ing assignments for his umpires, and
in consequence "both . Oaffney. and
Doescher appeared on the grounds. After
adjudicating the first game. Oaffney
left for W.ilkes-Barfe, to where Powers
nad wired him to do duty today.
Doescher umpired the second game and
will probably be here for .the remaining
noma games.
How the Games Were Worn
, In the first game Johnson was pitted
against Donoghue, who pitched the bet
ter game, but he was supported by
listless playing, and four of Rochester's
five errors contributed toward the run
getting. The result, however, Is not
alone due to Rochester's poor fielding,
but may be accounted for In part by
Scranton's hitting, when hits meant
runs. In only one Inning, the fourth,
did Scranton make a hit and fall to
score. Huston' and Ward, by their ac
ceptance of sixteen chances without
error, furnished the spirit of the play
H8. From the beginning. of the second
game Robertson was bombarded, and
the hitting was continued In every In
ning, except the third. He was wild as
a rabbit, and nearly all of his nine
gifts of first counted toward the runs.
For three innings only one hit was
made off Meaney, and then he let
down during the fourth and fifth In
nings, during which six hits for nine
bases and Huston's blind throw over
first netted four runs. Jn the last four
innings, however, onlj? two singles were
made off himl .,
A detailed story of the two games Is
unnecessary; the following scores suf
ficiently, explain the causes and results:
' First game-
A.B. R.
6 1
Smith, c
Ward, 3b
Eagan, If
Bannon, as...
Meaney, cf....
Huston, 3b....
Stearns, lb....
...... 6
Lucy. rf.. 8
jonhneon, p
Total 36 9 11 26 17 t
A.B. R. H. O. A. a
Daly, cf 6 1 2,1.00
White, If 6 1.10 0 0
O'Brien, 3b t 0 12,01
Hamburg, rf 4 0 0 6 0 0
Tlche. 2b 4 0 1 2 2 1
Breckinridge, lb... 3 0 2 6 0 0
Berger, o 4:0 2 1 2 0
Keenan, ss 4 1 2 1 0 2
lonoghue, p 4 1 2 0 2.0
Totals 36 6 13 23
.Whlle out for interference,
Smith ran out of line.
Scranton , 3 2 0 0 1 0 3 0
Rochester 0 030200006
Earned runs Scranton, 6; Rochester, 2.
tl test plat la the elty to gar fishing
J"fc .setT srtataea's supplies. Thai
BXa.UJiiO WH&aiL of hie Is a beauty.
r?ft "a iti ufiZil"' aUMra
n 11
Two-base hits Bannon. Ward. Eaaan.
White. Sacrifice hit Lubv. Stolen bases
43mlth, Ward, Bannon. Left on bases
Scranton, ; Rochester, C Double plays
Meaney to ward to Smith to Huston;
Bannon to Ward to Stearns. Struck out
By Donoghue, 8mlth. Stearns. First on
errors Scranton. 4. First base on called
Dans oir Donoghue, 2; off Johnson, 2.
vtna pitches Donoghue. Time 1.50. Vra
pire uanney.
Second game
A.B. R. H. O. A. E.
Smith, c 6 113 11
Ward, 2b 4 3 2 2 4
Kauai), if 6 2 10 1
Bannon, ss 6 6 4 1 6
Meaney, p 5 13 0 2
Huston. 3b 5 2 2 8 6
Stearns, lb 3 .2 0, ltf , 0 0
L.uoy, cr 4 113 0
Johnson, rf 4 0 10 0
Totals 4V 17 15 27 19
A.B. R. II. O. A. E.
Daly, If 4 0 2 3 0
Henter, rf 4 1 3 ,1 0
O'Brien, Sb 4 1 0 1 4
Hamburg, cf 4 110 0
Tights 2b 4 0 1 ( 0
Breckinridge, lb... 4 0 0 7 0
White, c 4 0 1 B .1
Keenan, ss 3 0 0 0 1 1
Robertson, p 2 110 0 1
Totals S3 4 9 24 8 5
flora ton 4 1 0 0 3 2 6 1 -17
Rochester 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 04
P Jl r Tl (111 ritn, Snuantnn Q . Dnnk.... A
Two-base hits Eagan, Johnson. Meaney,
L.uuy, . na-mourg. Three-base hits Biin-
uui. aucrinre mi itooertson.
Stolen bases Ward, Bannon 2, Meanev 2,
Smith. Huston. Iff
10;. Rochester. 3. Double plays Ward 10
ni weaney 10 ward to Stearns;
Bannon to Stearns. 8truck out By
Meaney. O'Brien; by Robertson, Huston,
Stearns 2, Ward, Eagan. First on errors
Spranfnn 9 ffivhAaia ri .
called balls Off Robertson, 9; off Meaney,
v. nu oy pucner nuston. Time 1.50.
u inpirv ioescner.
Pitched Winning Ball for Syracuse
Against Wllkea-Barre.'
"Wllkes-Barre, Pa., Aug. 6. Betts was
hit very hard In the game between
Wllkes-Barre and Syracuse this after
noon, while .Delaney pitched a master
ful game for Syracuse, allowing but
six hits.
Oaffney was to have umpired today,
but failed to receive notice to catch
the train, and Shannon and Kilroy did
ccceptable work In his place. Bonner
played second In place of Shannon, and
Irt the first Inning, with two out, muffed
an easy fly, after which two runs were
batted In. This work on his part
seemed to unnerve Betts and the whole
team, and thereafter It was a sleepy ex
hibition of ball playing. Weather, fine.
Attendant, (00. Score:
- A.B. R. H. O. A. E.
Lytle, If 3 0 1 3 0 1
Bonner, 2b 4,214 t 1
Iexotte. rf 4 v v z i
Orlffln, rf 4 0 2 2 0 (
Earl, lb 4 0 0 6 0 (
Digg:ns, c 4 10 3 o t
McMahon, ss 8 0 0 1 2 1
Smith. 3b 4 0 1 8 3 (
Betts. D 4 ' 0 1 0 0 1
. Totals 34 3 ( 24 8 E
A.B. R. H. O. A. E
Welch cf 6 2 1 2 0 0
Power, lb 6 2 2 9 0 0
Simon, If 6 2 2 0 0 2
Minahan, 3b 6 3 4 2 3 0
Sweeney, rf 6 1 ' 2 4 0 0
uasan. 2b 4 I z a i i
Moss, ss 4 118 3 0
Hess, c 6 3 2 4 0 0
Delaney, p 5 13 0 1
Totals 46 15 18 27 9 8
Wllkes-Barre 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0-8
Syracuse 2 6 2 o 1 3 l 0 l:
Earned runs Wilkes-Barre, 1; Syracuse.
8. First base on errors Wllkes-Barre, 2
Syracuse, 5. Left on bases Wllkes-
Barre, 6; Syracuse, 10. First base on balls
Off Betts, 3; off Delaney, 1. Struck out
By Betti, l; by Delsney. 4. Home runs-
Sweeney, Hess. Three-base hits Orif.
fin, Minahan 3, Power. Two-base hits
Botts. Bonner. Mlnahsn. Delaney. Stolen
bases Power. Double play Eagan to
Moss to rower, passed balls Hess. 1.
Umpires Shannon and Kilroy. Time
Hedson Loses This Time.
Providence, R. I., Aug. 5. Buffalo
earned another victory from the Provi
dence team today. Hod son, who fooled
them steadily on Friday, was batted
hard by the Bisons. Fields started the
fireworks In the second Inning with a
home run over the center field fence.
In the seventh Inning the home team
braced and on a streak of heavy bat
ting and dashing base running, aided
by Drauby's error, tied the score. But
the visitors went right In and pounded
the delivery of Hod son for three more
runs. The game had an exciting finish.
Providence 0 0001040 16
Buffalo 0 1201120 -8
Hits Providence. 12: Buffalo. 13. Errors
Providence. 1: Buffalo. 2. Batteries
Hod son and MoAuley; Fournler and Ur
quhart. Earned runs Providence, 3; Buf
falo, 6. First base on balls Strieker, Wise,
Drauby 2. Shearon. Struck out Drauhv.
Shearon, Clymer, Wise. Home run
field. Three-base h'.ts Bassett. Field.
Clymer. Two-base htts Lyons, Rogers,
Strieker, McAuley, Clymer, Fournler.
Stolen bases Bassett, Wise. Double
plays Wise to Field; Lewee to Wise o
Field. Hit by pitcher Murray. Passed
balls McAuley. Time 1.50. Umpire
BoStOD. New Tork and 'Wnshlntrtnn
of the eastern clubs won In the Na
tional league yesterday, while Cleve
land and St. Louis carried off th hnn.
ors for the western division.
Staadlng of National LeagM Clubs.
Cleveland 90 54 9H .Win
Pittsburg 86 60 35 .688
ftalMfnors- 9a aa w cei
Chicago 90 61 39 !&7
Boston 80 46 35 (63
Cincinnati 83 46 38 .643
Brooklyn . 82 44 38 .637
Philadelphia tl 48 38 .631
Nir York fit it ta : kia
----- r -...j. .......... . .11.
Washington 77 28 49 .364
Bt. LOUIS 88 28 60 .318
Louisville 81 21 SO ' .259
At Ch lease R. H P!
Ptttaburr ....00101 001 04 a 4
Bt, Louis 101000202 7 11 2
Battaries-Oardner and Merrltt: Ehrsi
and -Miller. Ump!reM'Day. .-. '
At Cleveland fL .tr ni
Cleveland 1 4299209 8
Louisville 1 0001 9000-1 ' 2
- BatterietMroung and Zlmmers .'Jtnks,
Zahner and Warner. Umpire J evae. .
At New Tork n-ni
New Tork ...1 0 1 1 1 0 1 9 11 15 a
Brooklyn .0 80000040-6 11 6
Baitteiies-Ruala, Farrell and Wilson:
Oumbert and Daily. Umpires Burn ham
and Bunt
At Boston R. H.E.
Boston ..20201 110-! 12 3
Philadelphia 0 91003000-3 8 8
- Battvrles Nichols and Oansell; Carsey
and Clements. Umpire Eraalle.
At Washington R. H E.
Washington 0 1 10 8 4 0 4-13 15 1
Baltimore 0000 20 3 0-6 10 1
Batteries Boyd and McQulre; Hotter
and Clark. Umpire Keefe. Called on ac
count of darkness. ,
At ClnclnnaM-C.nclnnati-Chlcago game
postponed on account of firemen's benefit
at Oakley.
At Hasleton R. H.E.
Carbondale 0 004000000-4 10 3
Hasleton 2 0000100126 9 3
Batteries Jordan, Quarlee and Moore;
Anderson and Patchen.
At Lancaster R. H.E.
Lancaster 0 0005140 0-10 14 0
Allentown 0 40100000-6 8 3
Batteries West and Roth; Moyer and
Tommy Bannon Is a bicycle crank.
Sweeney, the new shortstop, reached
here last night.
Toronto will be here for three days be
ginning tomorrow.
Rochester plays an exhibition game at
Bridgeport, Conn., today.
Dan Stearns has lost bis batting clothes,
but he WIN find them agarn.
Bchriever will reach here on this after
noon's 1 o'clock Lackawanna train.
Meaney is doing some wonderful bat.
ting for Scranton. Philadelphia Record.
Scranton has won four straight from
Rochester, and ten out of fourteen played
with that club.
"Pop" 8mtth has been signed by Man
ager Chapman to play third base and
captain on the Toronto team.
Springfield and Providence are drawing
away from the bunch. There are nearly
six whole laps between second and third
places now.
Keenan. the promising young pitcher
who held the Providence team down to
one hit at Hornellsville the other day,
pitched for Scranton yesterday.
No club goes to'WIlkea-Barre an hour
earlier or remains an hour later than is
necessary, but all managers take ad
vantage of Scranton's good hotels and
congenial atmosphere and with their clubs
"lay over" here whenever it is possible.
Poor Wllkes-Barre.
Luby's one-hand catch In the last game
was wonderful only because Luby didn't
know he had caught the ball until he saw
It resting In the hollow of his big glove.
It created no end of amusement among the
players, who afterward without mercy
guyed the big pitcher about it.
"Did you see that?" asked Power of
Oaffney In the last Syracuse game as
Johnson swung out of the box and feinted
to first. "I did," replied the only umpire.
"Well, how was It?" asked the Syracuse
captain. "It was all right; play ball,"
curtly said the only umpire. The conver
sation ceased.
The score card vote for the most popu
lar player on the Philadelphia ball club
stands as follows: Cross, 2,749; Hallman,
2,727; Clements, 2.70!; Rellly, 2.688; Dela
hanty, 2,474; Hamilton, 2,323; Thompson,
2,006; Boyle, 1.796; Turner, 1,585; Taylor,
1,278; Carsey, 989; Orady, 806; McQUI, C59.
It takes only one manager to manage a
club and the Scranton manager's name is
Barn la. There are some sulking cranks
who would appear to better advantage
outside the manger and alongside the
management, instead of following the
course quickest to Mil Interest In the na
tional game. It's Just as easy to be happy
and root for Scranton,
No Sunday base ball games wilt be played
next year by the National league teams.
President Hart, of the Chicago club, has
always been In favor of a discontinuance
of Sunday games and is pleased at the re
cently developed unanimity of the Eastern
club officials against Sunday playing.
The oP'cers of the Pittsburg club ' are
against It, and with Chicago and Pitts
burg a unit, the remaining clubs will fall
Into line.
Mynheer Kuntzsch, the Ta Ra Ra Von
Der Ahe of Syracuse, is kicking because
the Providence Orays refused to play off
two postponed games with the Stars Mon
day. Perhaps Murray took this method of
getting back at George for his refusal to
extend courtesies to the governor cf
Rhode Island during a recent game at
Providence. Kunttsch's kick went and
the governor had a choice of forking over
his little old quarter or viewing the game
through a knothole In the fence. Roches
ter Democrat and Chronicle
Amateur Ball Notes.
The Toung Men'a Obrlstia'n association
base ball team will play a practice game
this afternoon.
The Shamrocks, of the South Side, de
feated the Blue Stars, of Providence, by a
score of 16 to 11.
The Violets challenge the smaller Sandy
Bank club for Aug. 11 or Aug. 18 at 2 p. m.
sure. C. Kraff, captain. Answer through
The Tribune.
The Anthracites, of Mooslc, accept the
challenge of the Olyphant Browns to a
game of ball on Thursday of this week.
John Deans, manager.
The Kluk-Klux, of Mooslc, defeated the
Oak Hill club yesterday by the score of 14
to 13. Batteries for Mooslc, Ives and
Dougherty; for Oak Hill, Altkens and
The Anthracites, of Mooslc challenge the
Toung Men's Christian association, of
Scramton, to a game on their grounds any
day this week except Thursday. John
Deans, manager.
The Murray Hills, of Park place, chal
lenge the Actives, of the North End, to
a game for Friday on Actives' grounds.
Answer through The Tribune. A. Over
vaugji, manager; E. Gannon, captain.
The Sunsets challenge the Harmonies
for a game of base ball on the Hollow
grounds for Aug. 11 or Aug. 18 at 3 p. m.
sharp. J. Housrad, manager; T. Hettler,
captain. Answer through The Tribune.
The West Bide Stars challenge the Bailor
Boys of the West Side; the Rosebuds, of
Linden street; the Hustlers, of Dunmore,
or the Mullen Street Stars to a game on
the Little Woods grounds Aug. 10 at 2.30
o'clock. Louts Davles, manager; Will
Hughes, captain.
Women Cyclists oa ths Track.
From the New Tork Herald.
Syracuse, N. Y., Aug. 8. Fifteen hun
dred people turned out to see the female
bicyclists race at Kirk park today. Seven
shapely women, some-young and pretty,
but two of doubtful age,- and 'the moth
ers of children, rode around the track In
two long and tiresome events, a ten-mile
and a fifteen-mile race.
The contestants were Mrs. J. O. Brown
Mrs. P. J. Dukerow, Miss Amanda Baker,
Miss Qrace Fisher and Miss Amelia Lind
ner, of Rochester, and Miss Catherine
Flaimlgan and Miss Ollle Olrlch, of Syra
cuse. Miss Baker won the ten-mile race
In 36m. ' Mrs. Brown won the fifteen-mile
race in 49m. 80s.
H. D. Schwerts, of Boranton, Is shooting
a pigeon match with some nearly every
week, and wins about all of them. He
has won six matches In succession, and
Is after more scalps. Sporting Life.
Frank Craig, the "Harlem Coffee
Cooler," and Dan Creedon have been
matched at London for 'a twenty-round
fight It Is' understood that tha National
Sporting clUb win put Op a purs of nob,
The' revolver shootlss? championship of
England has again bear! won by. Walter
Wlnans, of Baltimore,' Md. , At BUle? ' re
cently Mr. Wlnana won the military re
volver aggregate, the target revolver ac-
gregate and the revolver grand aggregate,
oaidea seven first prises, for revolver
shooting, making two highest possible
scores, and breaking four records, ,
How Open
At Th!. Old Stand,
Stock of Groceries.
Some Events of the Day on the West
Side of the City Noted.
Some Person Uses Poison with Dlssstrous
Results-Miss Jsmss and John
Rogers Quietly Marrled-Fsklrs
Are Reaping a Harvest.
tThe West Side Interests of The Tribune
have been placed In the hands of Emer
son Owen, to whom all news announce
ments and complaints may be addressed.
Some wretch Is at work on this side
killing valuable dogs by the use of
strychnine. Last week Photographer
Starner's canine iwas poisoned upon eat
ing a quantity of meat which had been
dosed with the deadly material. The
animal was saved by constant atten
tion during the whole of one night by
the owner.
Undertaker W'ymbs lost a valuable
dng, death resulting from poison. Mr.
Trostel, the Jackson street meat man,
owned a dog, which was made the vic
tim of the soulless poisoners, and Lou
Bunnell's dog. for which the owner
refused an offer of $35 a few days ago,
died Sunday, after eating a (piece of
refuse meat. By the coincidence that
each animal had the some kind of
symptoms, and, also, that the ravages
are being committed In rapid succes
sion, Indicates that the same person or
persons are doing the nefarious work.
The owners of the unfortunate canines
are Justly vehement, and an effort Is
being made to root up the depredators.
The police are also on the" watch.
Shot at Pigeons.
Will James and Steve Soloskl shot a
match at pigeons yesterday on the
commons, near the old Ibrick yard, and
at Its conclusion each man had shot
seven birds, thus making a tie.' Eleven
pigeons were shot at by each contest
ant. James killed his first three and
Soloskl missed the same number. This
created odds In favor of James, but by
good headwork the other killed enough
of the remaining seven to make the tie.
Betting was fast and free, partly owing
to the recent pay days at the mines and
also because of the excitement and un
certainty of the match. Birds were bet
on singly, one man going two to one
on an Imported pigeon. James killed
it easily. Twenty-five dollars was the
stake. A crowd of 600 , persons wit
nessed the match.
Finally Lost Ills Eyesight.
An account of Edward Crane, of
Casey Bros., striking a young son of
William Powell, of North Garfield ave
nue in the eye with a piece of hard
ened clay about three months ago, was
given In this department. Crane was
then arrested and placed under ball to
await the result of the Injury. The
boy's eyesight was totally destroyed
and, as Crane's ball had run out, he was
re-arrested. At the second hearing.
Crane consented to pay the doctor's
bill and other costs. Crane Is a driver
for Casey Bros, and was passing near
Gammon's hill when a crowd of boys
Insulted Mm. He moved to scare them
and picked up the clay, throwing It at
the boy with the result stated.
Married at tho Parlor City.
'At Blnghamton, the birthplace of all
unheralded marriages, on July 17, John
Bogers, of South Hyde Park avenue,
and Miss Annie James, of South Re
becca avenue, were quietly married by
Rev. Mr. Jennings, if that city. The an
nouncement Is a source of surprise to
the couple's friends, but, after the first
confusion which naturally resulted,
congratulations came pouring In upon
the young people. Mr. Rogers is an em
ploye of M. J. Kelley's manufactury,
and the bride Is the friend of all that
know her. They will reside on South
Rebecca avenue.
Will It Ever End?
A brand ' new fakir, the fourth In
almost as many days, struck us last
night. He attracted crowds by the
tinkling of a bell. Many were swindled,
as usual. Whether or net the supposi
tion that West Side brains are more ob
tuse than others, and attracts them
hither, the fakirs only are capable of
, News Notes and Personals.
Yesterday the two front porches of
Falrchlld's hotel were torn down, pre
paratory to the erection of a handsome
Iron front with plate glass windows.
John D. Davis, of South -Main avenue,
Is 111, necessitating absence from work.
Will Reynolds Is on a vacation.
Joseph Jeremiah, a well-known and
popular West Side young man, has sev
ered connections w'th the Farmer's
Dairy company, after five years' em
ployment. He will take a short vaca
tion, preparatory to his entering Buck
nell college In September. The young
man alms at higher things and will
surely be successful.
Harry and iHoward Davis, David
Olbbs, Frederick Evans and Will
Hughes have returned from a pleasant
camping visit on Hiawatha island.
Elbrldge Dougherty la Visiting In
Tork state.
Miss Bessie Davis, of Parsons, Is be
ing entertained by Mrs. W. O. Daniels,
of South Main avenue. '
'The family of John Lewis left yester
day for a Stay at Lake Idylwild.
Miss Owladys Joseph has returned af
ter a visit with friends at FleetvlUe.
Mrs. Thomas Jones, wife of Police
Officer Jones, la slowly Improving af
ter an extended Illness. '
Ht Misses Harriet Luney and Cella
Connors, of Jackson street, have re
turned home after a short visit with
friends at Carbondale. ,
Mary Tobln. the 4-year-old daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. James Tobln, died yes
terday at the family home, on Grant
The funeral of Lewis E. Jones will oc
cur today at 11 o'clock. The body will
be taken to Forty Fort for Interment.
Haydn Jenkins, of North Hyde Park
avenue, while riding a bike Saturday
evening, was knocked down by one of
Clarke Bros.' delivery wagons, and
slightly injured.
Mrs. Muir and son, of this side, will
spend a week's vacation at Montrose
and Heart lake.
Mrs. ' Reese T. Reese, of Washburn
street, is entertaining Mrs. Philip
Francis, of Gelllco, Tenn., and Mrs. W.
Trevora Lewis, of Proctor, N. T.
Miss Ella Godshall, of South Sumner
avenue. Is visiting at Shannon, Pa.
Miss Myrrtle (DeWltt and William
Eldrldge will be married at the home
of the bride's uncle, on North Sumner
avenue. Mr. Eldrldge Is a resident of
Waterbury, Conn.
iMIss Nellie Brown, of Laceyvllle, la
visiting Miss Alda Atkinson, at her
home, on Meridian street.
West Side Bnslnesa Directory.
BICYCLES repaired, scissors ground,
tools sharpened, saws filed, keys fitted,
machines repaired by W. I.. Steenback,
dealer in Guns, Fishing Tackle, under
West Side Bank.
PHOTOGRAPHER Cabinet Photos, 81.49
per doien. They are Just lovely. Con
vince yourself by calling at Starner's
Photo Parlors, 101 and 103 South Main
BARBER. Hair cutting and shaving done
In a first-class manner at John H. Rey
nold's Barber Shop, at Falrchlld's Hotel.
GROCERIES Revere Standard Java
Coffee Is unexcelled. The leading coffee
of the day. For sale only at F. W. Ma
son & Co. Fine Groceries, 116 South
Main avenue.
for anything you have to sell. Furni
ture, Stoves, Tools, eto. Call and seo
the stock of J. C. King, 1024 and 1036
Jackson street.
WALL PAPER Go to Fred Reynolds,
306 North Main avenue, and see his
complete line of Wall Paper. Paints
and Window Shades. Just opened with
new stock.
PLUMBING-Wllllam D. Griffiths, 113
North Main avenue, does first-class
Plumbing, Steam Heat and Gas Fitting.
Satisfaction Is strictly guaranteed.
Food Inspector Thomas Receiving Money
Without Duo Warrant.
Food Inspector Richard Thomas may
be called upon to refund any money
that may have been paid Mm out of the
city treasury for the maintenance of his
horse, as the auditing committee of
councils last night concluded that he
was not warranted In receiving this
money. , ,
When the bill for the care and feed
ing of the food and milk inspector's
horse came up for consideration atten
tion was drawn to the fact that the or
dinance creating the office particularly
specified that the officer in question
should pay for the care of his horse out
of his salary. It appears, however, that
last year's estimate committee appro
priated something like 8260 for the care
and keeping of the Inspector's horse,
and out of this fund councils have been
monthly allowing him the cost of
maintaining tils horse.
The auditing committee last night re
fused to honor the bill and instructed
City Clerk Lavelle to examine previ
ous reports to ascertain how much has
been paid to the Inspector.
The committee also refused to pass
the bill for the services of Timothy La
velle, Inspector of Roaring Brook
bridge, as his appointment has not been
confirmed by councils.
Ills Body Found Literally Hacked to
Pieces Is a Deep Mystery.
City of Mexico, Aug. 6. The assassi
nation of Editor Olmos in the City of
Puebla has excited Intense Interest. It
Is now said that Olmos was suspected
of being the publisher, as well as edi
tor, of a mysterious weekly paper
called Voice of 'Puebla, which appeared
July 14, and In which the administra
tion of Governor Martinez was violent
ly attacked and his re-election hotly
opposed. The police made a search for
the publication office, but could find no
trace of it.
Genevieve Olmos, sister of the mur
dered editor, published a remarkable
letter today, In which she says she
found her brother almost literally
hacked to pieces, with many wounds
made by knives and daggers of vari
ous sizes. The blade of one dagger re
mained In the body with the handle
gone. Her brother's front teeth were
knocked out. She adds: "Up to this
moment I have not endeavored to In
quire into the murder, neither could
I do so with such immense grief weigh
ing on me. A rumor Is circulating that
the assassins of my unfortunate
brother belong to the secret police of
this city." Newspapers here are call
ing on the state government of Puebla
to enter at once on a minute Investiga
tion of this horrible crime.
Swedes Anxious to Return from Mis
sissippi to Rockford.
Rockford, 111., Aug. 6. Word was re
ceived today from the colony of 100
Rockford Swedes who removed to
Haga, iMiss., a year or so ago that they
are In a condition of starvation and
many almost naked and appealing for
assistance to get 'back to Rockford.
They report that cotton was the only
crop for which they found a cash mar
ket, and prices are so low on that as
to make It far from profitable. ' They
hope to get enough out of this year's
crop to return here.
Owen Zlegler, the Philadelphia tight
weight, who Jumped into fame by giving
Jack McAuiiffe the toughest battle of his
life, has taken to cycle riding, and Is re
ported to be a clever rider.
Al Smith, who has a (5.000 cash Interest
m Jim Corbett's stake, took 6 to 1 to the
extent of flOO recently that the big fight
would not take place in Texas. Joe Von
dlg laJd the odds. Last night Smith of
fered to bet 3S00 to 8250 that Dan Stewart
and his partners would not succeed in pull
ing off the fight In the Lone Star state.
Plica! Pilea! Itching Piles.
Symptoms Moisture; intense Itching
and stinging; most at night; worse by
scratching. If allowed to continue tumors
form, which often bleed and ulcerate, be
coming very sore. Bwsnye's Ointment
stops the itching and bleeding, heals ul
ceration, and In. most cases removes the
tumors. At druggists, or by mall, for M
cents, ur. awayae Bon, r&lladelphla.
wies Baby was sick, weitTehwOastoraV "
When she beeajhe atlse, she clang to Caatoria.
Waaa she sad ChUdren, sat gave then Castorl
Western People Listen to a False Appeal
to Halp Starving Kueslaaa.
Topeka. Kan., Aug. 6. During 4Aie
past month appetils. have been . mada
to Governor Morrill, of Kansas, and
governors of other states by people of
Ellis county for aid for the G00 starving
Russians of that county. These appeals
have described a condition of abject
poverty among the Russians, and they
were so touching that many charitable
people of the east contributed food and
clothing freely. The state officials sent
coal and provisions to Hayes City,
which they supposed had ministered to
the wants of the destitute.
To fully satisfy himself Governor
Morrill s?nt Railroad ' Commissioner
Howe to Ellis county to Investigate
fully. He returned tonight and reports
that the Russians are the most thrifty
people In Ellis county, and that 'the ap
peals for aid were sent out by men who
have profited from the sale of the pro
visions sent them by charitable people.
We are in tha business to stay, and wbat wa
advertlas is no fake. We will offor to the pub
lic the following bargains in Bhoes for 10 days
72 pairs Ladles' Russet Oxford
Ties, 2 to 7, at 6Sc
24 pairs Ladies' Russet Oxfords,
very fine, sizes 2 to 6), at $1.10
Ladles' Fine French Dongola
SUoesat Sl.SS
Are worth 12 ISO
Ladies' Fine Shoes for..... $1.00
Are worth 11.60
Men s satin uair unoea, an
leather, for .. $1.25
Men's Fine Shoes, hand sewed,
for $2.2
Are worth 83-60
Railroad men's working Shots only 81.26,
and ws warrant them for wear. The above
are only a few of our bargains. Why, of course
we ran aell ehaapsr than others. We buy onr
goods for cash, and our expenses are very
small. H it not the fancy stores and large ex.
psnses have to charge mora for the goods to
make money? Give us a call before going else
where and wa will suaraatee yea satisfaction.
140 Penn Avenua.
We are receiving a few daily,
and are prepared to furnish Vie
tors, Gendrons, Envoys, Fleet
wings. Relay Special, Relay Road
ters. Crowns, LuMiNums; all new
In both Ladies' and Gentlemen's
Call and Examine.
anatactared at the Wapwallopra HOla, L
same county. Pa., and at Wil
mington, Delaware,
General Agent for the Wyoming pistriet.
118 WYOMING AVE, 8oranton, Pa,
. Third VattoDil Bank Building.
Til OH. POBD, MUaton. Pa.
JOHN B. SMITH SOK. Plymooth, Pa
B. W. UtrtUUAN, WilksaBarra, Pa.
Agents tor the Itepanne Chemical Una
tear Blgh Baptostvea.
When you can have your eyes scientifically
Tested Free by the now method.
tafTbere are hundreds of people if they
knaw thia, would go miles to have inelr
examined. DONT WAIT.
tVWhen you get lenses, or glasses, as
many people call th.m, Get the Best, as they
won't coat von any more taan poorer ones.
Do not trust your valuable alohtto pad
will correct tha vision and atop all
pain In tha head. - -
Placed Id tba Finest Solid Gold Frtinei for $3
Thtsa Lenses are sold only by
Opposite Hcranton Bouse, -303
Laokawanna Ave., SCRANTON, PA.
Hottas Ditty:
' to 11 a. nu, 1 to 8 and 7 to t p, m.
3)1 it Leak. Ay. and Stewart a Art Wore.
Photo EigniiDi for Ctrcaltrt, Boki,Citi
, loflo, Kswsptpen.
Malf-Tanea an Una Work.
Central Railroad ol New Jersey.
i (I aJtisk 4 asunaaaaaa PivaSoeJ
jAatlu-aatte oeai aadajicluatveiy. lasur
3UTAUu5 lEracr JUNK 3. MS.
Train leave BeraatM for Pitta tan.
'Wilkaat-Barre. etc- at 8Jt 8JL 1L a.av,
LA jLCO. lift. p. a. Ifcadajra, Mi
awjav. LOS. 8.18. T.fc p. en. ,
For Atlaatlo City. LM a-m. '
..For Mew Tork. Kevark aa SUaabeth.
I Kpraee a m.j LSI espreee wita Hu
fat parlor ear). S.K (eureaa) P-m. Baa
day. 8.18 p. m. Train leaving L88 p. m.
arrives at Philadelphia, Reading Term
inal, in p. m. and New Tork tit p. m. -,
Per Mauch Chunk. Alleatowa. Bethle
hem, Bastoa and Philadelphia. tM
1.88. 80S. 6. 00 (except Philadelphia) p. m.
Sunday, 118 p.m.
For Long Branch. Ocean drove, ate al
8.10 a. m. (throurh coach), l.iS p. m.
For Reading, Lebanon and Harrlaburav
via Allentown, &.2U a. m., 1.23, 8.00 p. m.
Sunday, a.18 p.m.
For PottsvOle. 8.80 a. m., 1.28 p.
Returning, leave New Tork. foot of Lib.
arty atraeC North river, at 1.10 (axprmsk
a.m.. L10. 1-SO, 4.30 (expraaa with BuOat
parlor car) p.m. Sunday, . am.
Leave Philadelphia, Reading Terminal.
8.(0 a.m, tot and 4.80 p.m. Sunday IXf
Through tickets to all points at lowest
rates may be had on application In ad
vance to the ticket agent at the station,
Gen. Pass. Agent.
1. H. OLHAUSEN. Gen. SupL
Del., Lack, and Western.
Effect Monday, June 84. ltM.
Trains leave Scranton as follows: Es
press for New York and all points East.
1.40. 1W, 8.15. 8.00 and .(A am.; 1113 and lit
Express for Easton, Trenton, Philadet
Phla and ths south, (.18, 100 and 8.6S a.ra
12.55 and 8.S4 p.m.
Washington and way stations, 1G8 p.m.
Tobyhanna accommodation, (.10 p.m.
Express for Blnghamton, Oswego, El
mh a. Corning, Bath, Dansvllle. Mount
Morris and Buffalo, 18.10, 135 am., and 1.21
p.m., making close connections at BuN
falo to all points In the Wast , Northwas8
and Southwest.
Bath accommodation, t am.
Blnahamton and way stations, UST p.m.
Nicholson accommodation, at 4 p. m. ano)
114 p. m..
Binghamtoa and Elmlra Express, 10B
Express fer Cortland. Syracuse, Osweva
Vtlca and Richfield Springs, 138 a.m. and
L24 p.m.
Ithaca, 135 and Bath I am. and 1.81 p-uu
Fer Northumberland, Pittaton. 'Wllkes
Barre, Plymouth, Bloomsburg and Dan
villa, making cloae connections at North
umberland for Wtlllamsport, Harriaburg.
Baltimore, Washington and the South.
Northumberland and intermediate eta
tlons, 8.00. 0.&5 a.m. and 1.80 and 8.07 p.m.
Nantlcoke and Intermediate stations.
108 and 11.80 a.m. Plymouth and Inter
mediate atatlons, 8.40 and 8.58 p.m.
Pullman parlor and aleeplng coaches Of)
all express trains
For detailed Information, pocket time
tables, etc., apply to M. L. Smith, city
ticket office, ffif Lackawanna avenue, aa
depot ticket office.
Ceramenoina Monday.
-al day, July ao, ail trains
IP will arrive atnew Lack
awanna avenue stauoa
as follows:
Trains will leave Bcraa
ton station for Carbondale and la
termediate points at 180, 6.46. T OO, 125 and
10.10 am., if), ISO, 155. 5.18. llfi. MB, lit)
and 11.80 p.m.
Fer Farvlew, Wejrmart and Hoaeodala
at tea, IS and 18.10 a. m., 12. 00, 120 and i.11
Far Albany, Saratoga, the Adirondack,
and Montreal at 148 am. and 180 pjn.
For Wilkes-Barre and Intermediate)
: lnta at 7.45. 8.48. 8.38 and 1148 a.m., 1108.
iJ, 188, afioTlla, 108, 118 and 11.88 p.m.
Trains will arrive at Scranton station
from Carbondale and intermediate points
at 7.40, 14, 8.84 and 10.40 am.. 12.00, 1.17,2.34.
140, 4.84, 5.85. 7.46. Ill and 11.88 p.m.
From Hoaesdale, Way mart and Fart
view at UO am., 1100. L17, 140. 6.58 ant)
7.48 p.m.
Prom Montreal, Saratoga, Albany, ctv
at i n aula u-a. p.m.
From Wllkee-Berre and Intermedlattl
points at 8.16, 6.04, 10.06 and ll.W a.m., l.MI
VU, 188. 110. 106. 7.20. 108 and U.18 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 3.24 p. m. Also for
Honasdale, Hawloy and local points al
7.00, 8.40 a. m. and 3.24 p. m.
All the above are through trains to and
from Henesdala.
Tram for Lake Ariel 5.10 p. m.
Trains leave for Wllkes-Barre at IS) a
m. and 8.46 p. m.
May IS, 1898.
Train leaves Scranton for Philadelphia
and New York via D. & H. R. R. at 7.46
a. m., 12.06. 1.20, 8.38 and 11.31 p. m., via D.,
1 A W. R. R,, 6.00, 108, 11.20 a. m and 1.38
p. m.
Leave Scranton for Plttstou and Wllkes
Barre, via D., L. A W. R. R., 100, 6.01 11.2
a. m., 3.50, 8.07, 8.63 p. m.
Leave Scranton for White Haven, Ha
sleton, Pottsvllle and all points on the
Beaver Meadow and Pottsvllle branches,
via E. A W. V. R. R.. 8.40 a.m., via D. At H.
R. R. at 7.46 a m., 12.05, 1.20, 2.38, 4.00 p. m,
via D., L. A W. R. R. 100, 108, 11.20 a, m,
1.80, 150 p. m.
Leave Scranton for Bethlehem, Easton.
Reading. Harrl.burg and all Intermediate
points via V. A H. R. R., 7.46 am., 1205,
1.20, 2.38, 4.00, 11.38 p. m., via D., L. W. R.
R 8.00, 8.08, 11.20 a. m., 1.30 p. m.
Leave Scranton for Tunkhannock, To
Wanda, Elmlra, Ithaca, Geneva and all
Intermediate points via D. A H. R. R.. 8.4S
a.m., 12.05 and 11.35 p.m., via D., L. Ac W.
R. R, 8.08, 9.56 am.. 1.80 p.m.
Leave Scranton for Rochester, Buffalo,
Niagara Falls, Detroit, Chicago and nil
points west via D. At H. R. R.. 1. 45 a.m.,
13.05, 9.15, 11.38 p.m., via D., U4W.B.R.
and Pittaton Junction. 108, 8.56 a.m., LJ0,
160 p.m., via E. A W. V. R. R., 8.41 p.m.
For Elmlra and the west via Salamanca,
via D. A H. R. R., 8.45 am., 12.05, 8.05 p.m..
Via P.. L. A W. R. R., 8.08. 8.56 am., 1.30.
and 6.07 p.m. ... ...
Pullman parlor and sleeping or L. V.
chair cars on all trains between L. A B.
Junction or Wllkes-Barre and Nsw York,
Philadelphia, Buffalo, and Suspension
BfldeROLLIN H. WILBUR, Oen. Supt.
CHAS.8.LEE,Oen.Pass. Agt., Phlla., Pa,
Pass, Act. South Bethlehem. Fa.
orantiin nrriaiON.
la Effect, -lay 89th, 189S.
Netttfe HeaaaV.
aaata Baajad.
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Forset City
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t slimlfles that trains atoa oa alnal tne fiaa.
pecure ntes via Ontario a Weeter before
purchasing tickets and tare asoaey, pay sad
NlDgt Iipreas to the West.
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