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THE . SCHANTOTjT TMBTTXE TnUllSDAT MOHNIHO, "MAY 14, 1890.
FOPULAR PRICES PREVAIL
IN THE EASTERN LEAGUE
It Was Derby Day tor the four Tail
cndcrs. SCKANTOS MOVES IT1 A lEG
Johnson iavc Only Three llitt to Hrovi-dcncc-Wilkcs-!orrcGelho
ut Springfield in a Loosclj
'('lie four lail-inl clubs won ytBler
,ila. feci Hilton goins up " 'il lh '"
tourth place ahead of the Sprm!tii'ld
champions, who Ulop lo next M lust.
. Wilkes-lianv won from SpriiiSlMd
Setting the best of u name flayed lous.f
, l by each club.
. Itorliesu-r Is secure in tlrst il.ioe for
' today ul least, but if the Slurs win Ihey
' will so from third to' second if Provi
' ilkcs-llurre -.11 Sprinsf ield
lluffulo 13 Rochester...
Itu. lieft. r ...
' rii-raulon ....
To-dnv's I'nstcnt l.ciisuo l
I'n.vhtrtiee at Serautoii.
S.rlii(ftield at Wllkes-Harre..
Syrueime at Turoiito.
liociiestel' ut llllll.llo.
JOHNSON'S GUM AT WOttK.
He Holds the Strong providence Men
il,,.. . i.. ihrpc lilts -tiaroo lull of
Miuip, (iingcry Piny.
If Tommy Johnson had been pitching
for his lire yesterday he would live
to be a thousand years old. That Tom
my pitched a great xiuiie Is one thing
In his favor: that the strong Pi"l
deiice fciiui was the ommil.utlon which
pioiuri-d otilv three hits. Is another
thing in his favor; the two fuels ad
did tuKclher made Tommy the king pin
of the town lust night, when the muyor
Kuve hint tile freedom r Ihe city.
Hut only in two Innings were the
r.i.ivs retired otie-tWo-threc. uud oil
ti. ...... .IKHi.il occasions they got t"
mini which Indicates that something
I nltchliit: nrevented them
from swelling tiie score. S.ratitoii
erred three times but none of the errors
' ussisteil In Ihe run-getting, and neither
did file one Providence error made by
u ,.i,.i,i s,i ulili .liihnsou's chutnplon-
uhlp pitching, clean, snappy fielding and
inuiiv lirllliunl pluys I lie gume was a
thing of beauty utid pleusaut to look
Chiles liiniued the club and lelt for
Vlornellsville ut noon, but a little thing
like that didn't cut much of a limue
us ivns moved ill the gHlue. Alcller
molt put lirmlley in Chiles" place ut
..i.ier nuil later Flack, us Hrudley'H
aiiii was in bad shatie. Klack made a
siuiile and a Hucrltlce, each coiitrlbut
lug totturd the run-getting. Home
ifne to Hitch but comoliilned ol a
kink in his elbow uud Johnson wus
subslituted at the lust minute.
OOOD WOUK ALL AUOCNH.
KalTertv ugaln cuught a pretty game
and hniulled Jolinnon'B puzzling shoots
in 'splendid fashion. Ward. Magulie
and Hutchinson participated In some
sharp, ginnery work and Kagun accept
ed live chances, three of which wen?
difficult and which he gathered In only
after long, hard runs.
Meaney's home run gave Scranton
encouragement In the fiist Inning. With
omt out he hit to right center, the ball
bounding into a pile of poles against
the fence. Otherwise the hit would not
have been good for more than two
buses. A base on balls to Basset t and
Ki.icht's two-luire drive to right guve
Providence un unearned run.
With one out Hoss singled to left in
the second, but llaguire fouled out and
UutTVrty fanned. Sharp Melding alone
, prevented Providence from scoring.
Afti rCooncy flew out to Kagan, i.'aima-
van go to tlrst on Hiltchiiiiion's fumble
and stole second. Murray hit one to
Ward, who fielded the ball to Muguire.
'anna vim started back to second, but
MuRUlre got the ball back to Ward in
time to f in t the runner out, Murray
leaching second on the play. lixon
tic iv out lo Kagan.-
In tiie third Johnson made a double
and weld lo third on Ward's grounder
to lnauby. Meauey bit a foul hack of
third base, i '.asset i caught It alter a
run mid Johnson beat Ihe ball home.
" i'.r Providence, with one out, Lyons
tMt to II rst on Hutchinson's error, stole
second ami went to third en a wild
pitch, but Passeit lli-w out to Hess and
TUB FOPRTII INX1N0.
In the foui'tli Hutchinson's single,
which was n warm one and gol mixed
tii.tewen liussett and Cooney. Kagan's
hunt and a 'single to right by Muguli e
. turned a ' run. The ttiuys were retired
Johnson singled In the tilth end wns
forced by Ward. A single by Klack and
a hae on balls tilled the liases. Tivo
'mi ns came In on Kugaii's single drive
lo light. For I'rov Hence, alter tAio
were out, Hudderhain reached first t on
Hess' error, but Ward made a splendid
one hand stop of Lyons' bounder and
nailed him at tlrst.
The only time as few us three Scraii
toiilans faced ltudderhum wus in the
iSUth, and the same treatment was
imteil out to Hip Orays In their half.
In the seventh, singles by Ward and
Meaney, Flack's sacrlllcc and Hutehln
uon's lly to the outtield earned n run.
Providence was presented Its run In
THESE PEOPLE KIDE THEM :
tleorge Ki Fearing
J. Pierpunt Murnaii, Jr
Charles A. Penbudy...
Theudorc W. Cramp...
A. J. Drexel. Jr
U I ... .1 .... -l
Ueorue H. Frailer
William M. Pulndeter..WahlnKtun,l. C
Max Agasslif Cambridge. Man
WE SELL THEM,
Linden Street, Opp.
UNION, Sioo; I.U.MI.NUM, Sioo;
the nevt half bT Ward, who showed
UooU judgment in his successful effort
to retire the side rather than accent
the doubtful c hunco of heading off the
runner at the plate. Murray hud lauuht
cine on the end of his stick and pushed
it into left center lor three, bases. Two
men out. Irittoii jcot a base on balls.
He started to steal and Alurrav tote
gravel for hoine. llafierty had thrown
short to Ward. .x!iectinn u iulck re
turn to tiie plate, but llxoii'3 attempt
to steal was to tmrc the run in and he
was not in a' hurry to reach the base
Ward chasi d him down tile Hue and
i a ub-l!t him.
CLOSE OP T11F. iJAMK.
In the eight IK-Fs ivai hed Hist on
Uussut's mult of an easy lly. He was
advuineu lo third un Musuiiv's sacli
lice uud KatTeity s out ut hist. John-
sou was assisted out. With two out
Piovidence i:ot ruiii.ers on third end
III at nil a base on balls to llassett uud
Knlulil's single, but Drauby was nailed
ul first on Hutchinson s tine slop and
Mi alley biny !. with one out. In the
ninth. Two Hies to the outfield ended
the Inning. Kor Providence .Mill lay Hot
a walk utter twu were out, bill nun
forced al second. Score:
A II. H
I less, lb
Totals :tj il I- -i lti '$
A.U. P.. 11. V.Q A. E.
Lvons. cf 4 u u a t
HllMStlt, -Mj t I - " 1 I
Klliiillt. II' 4 II '.' I II 0
luauhy. lb 4 M' V In il U
Oiuuev. ss 4 o :i 4 ii
Ciiii'.avan. fb 4 - S '
Mm ray. rf a I I f 0
Ulx.in, c 'J w 't a i)
iiiklderliaiu. S II U 1 U
Totals 31 J :t 7 11 I
Si i aiiton 1 M 1 I 1' 1 u 0- B
Providence 1 l ll II 0 I t) U 1
Kunied runs Serantoil, K; Pruvldeliee, 1.
Two-base hits- Joliiison. Knight. Thr e.
base lilt - Murray. Home riin Meuney.
Saerlllie hits Flack. Magulre. Stolen
busts -t 'anna van. Lyons. Left on bases-i
Scrilliliin. 6; Providence, 4. Struck out 1
HatTertv, Knlghl, Iilvoli, niiililerliam. I
Lioulile plays- -I 'ooney to Caniiavan lo
Inuittiy. H'irsl on errors Si.'runtoii, 1;
Providence. 3. Plist on balls -nil John
son. 4: oil Hiidilerhaiu, 1. Wild . In Ins
Jolllisull. I'mptre Kelly. Time 1.4."..
Springfield Lost llecause of Many Costly
Wilkes-Barre. May 13. Wllkes-Bat re
won the second game of the series with
Sprluglield today. Both teams played
a loose- game In the Held, the errors
liiado by the visitors being especially
costly. Shannon's work at short was
very lugged. Kelts gave six men their
bases on balls, but despite this fact
the Sprlngflelds were unable to bat out
u victory. Wilkes-Barre took the lead
In the first Inning by opportune but
ting uud held It until the end. Attend
ance, 1,200. Score:
A H. It. H.
B 2 I
Lylle. If ..
Karle, lb .
Hi'tts. p ..
44 13 If.
A.ii. R. H.
3 I 2
Leahy, cf ...
I.ynch, II a
ookuii, 2u 3
il Ibel t. 3b f
Schelller, rf &
Shannon, ss 4
i.!i ubi r, lb D
unson. c 4
Haslou, p ... 5
Totals 30 11 12 27
Wilkes-Uurre 5 3 0 2 2 0 0 1 0-13
Sprluglield 0 2 0 f. 0 1 0 0 1-9
rairneii runs llkcs-Karre, w; spring-
field. 3. First base by errors Wllkes-
Harre, 5; fcpringlleld, 3. Left on bases
Wllkes-Harre. : Snrlnmielil. 11. First
base on balls Off Hetts, (i: off lCuston, 2.
Home run Umber. Three-base hits Le-
aoile, Leuliy. Two-base lilts Lylle, Le
zotte, liiggins, Shannon. Stolen bases
Lezntte, Wenle, Leahy. Double plays
Bonner to .Mi'.Vlahon to ISai'l; Shannon to
Oruber to Ullbert. Wild pitches-Hetts, 2.
Passed balls (Unison, 1. Umpire-.
Uoescher. Tune 1.40.
i.iiiiiiiu, ., ..hi) id. i.uiiaiij tiiiiay
dcl'eitied Rochester in a game tilled with
HillTalo, N. Y.. .May U. Buffalo today
good plays and heavy baiting un their
HulTalo 3 0 1 4 6 0 0 0 x-13 IS 5
Hoc lander 3 001030007 11 2
Batteries Sturizel and t'riiuhart: Da
vis und Hoyd. I'mpirc-Snaitwood.
Toroiiio. May 13. It was a pretty game
today. Toronto clinched the game in the
Severn ll in u base on bulU, two tills and I
two errors, ,-icoie:
Syracuse 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 3 7 4
Toronto 1 1 0 0 0 1 3 x li 13 2
Batteries' Delanev and Hess: Dineen
aud Cass. L'uipiris liatlnoy and Lyndon.
Th rep games were played yestoiday.
Cleveland won easily troin the Phillies
and now the four leading clubs ure In
a bunch as fur iu the n i ntages are
P. W. L. P. I.'.
Philadelphia 21 11 . ij;
Plltsburif 19 12 7 ."'.1
Hallltnoie 1:1 Hi t .KM
Huston ..: 21 13 i il20
t'hicago 22 13
Cleveland in 11 S .f.rs
Clnclnnali 21 12 .Tl
Brooklyn 21 In 11 .4iii
Washington 21 10 ll .47.J
New Yolk 20 7 13 :.10
St. Louis 23 7 If, .IMS
Louisville 22 3 l! AM
Clevtlund O.. May 13. Inks went in lo
pitch tor Philadelphia today, but was
uiken out uf Hie box 111 tile third, ntler
forcing a run when nu one was out. I'hain
berlaiii only lusied iwo IiiiiIiiks tor t'leve
luii.l. His delivery was slim and lie was
very wild. Cuppy linisliid Die game anil
ulluwcl but live scaUeriio; lilts to be muJe.
Cleveland n 0 I 3 u 0 0 4 3-14 11 3
Philadelphia 3 u no ') no u 1 4 &
Hatteiies Ciifipy, fliaiiibeilulii an I
Zliiniiei , I'urs. ), Inks and Uid.ly. I'mpire
Lynch. Time 2.io.
Al Louisville U.H.K.
Louisville o 4 0 0 0 0 0 u I ii 0 3
Brooklyn 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0- 4 11 2
llalterles-Weyhlng und Warner; Har
per und (Irlin.
Al Chlcugu- R.H.E.
'llleilgo 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 04 8 3
Boston 3 0 u 0 0 1 0 0 0 u 4 10 2
Batteries Terry anil Donahue; Stlvetts
uud ijunucl. I'mpire Keele,
Chlcugu refused to play ilieir .uf of the
eleventh lunlnis anI the game was award
ed by the umpire to the Bostons by the
seo. of U to u. The score at Hie time was
10 tjl 'ln favor of Boston.
Al Pittsburg Plflsburg-New Vork game
puglpuned on uccoiiut of ruin.
Illta Ualoro Ala Jo orr Cronin, Iholr
" . - - Pitehor.
Special to the Scrunton Tribune.
Carbondale, Muy 18.-,Tlie Curbondule
Hase Hull club held ii plenle today ut
Anthracite park, to which they Invited
the Shamoklu team and as many of the
public as would pay !5 cents. The Sha
liiokin team didn't have a good time ut
nil. In fact, they w'tre completely dis
gusted when they went home. They
hud come v.ith the well meant Intention
to give Curbondalc a spanking, but did
not succeed, for it was Carbondale who
gave the spanking and Sliamoklu who
leceived it with very-bad grace.
A little change was made in the
make-up of our team. Fallen, a new
acquisition of Marty Swift's, holding
dow n and second, and U't Jara going to
right field. Fallen was di'cidedly nerv
ous, which kept him from hitting the
ball, but he showed up well In the held
The game was culled ut the end of
the seventh Inning by I'mptre Kellly.
It was rather dry. although Some pret
ty plays were made. Carbondale scored
one run in the first inning and the vis
itors two. The second Inning complete
ly rattled the vlsliois and put the spec
tators In gt.uU humor Sales look Ids
base on balls, going lo third ou O data's
hit to second, which was niiifte.l Mc
ijuaid connected with lie ball and
brought in a ion. fallen struck out:
Sulla takes u walk alio so aoes Patch
cii. Then "tiig i;td" stepped to tin
plate. Three lot n on base and Mussey
ut I ue bat. This was loo much for
the croud and they cheered lus-uly.
"Hill" responded by a terrific whuck
at the ball; uwuy out to left Held It
went, and belore it was lieldeil "Hill''
was idauding on home plate. The spec
tators rose eti masse. The visitors
failed to score in the next liio Innings.
Cut hoiidalc brought In a ion In the
third and fourth. Shuniokln had live
placed to their credit In the tilth. At
the end of the idxlh liming Hie scjit
was SI S In favor of Carbondale. Then
tile slugging comiiieuced. aud at the
end of the llrst half uf the seventh the
score stood 1:1 . Shamoklu came lo
the bat and lill the bull hard. Soon the
bases were full and lookers on moved
uneasily in their seats. Hun alter inn
came In. Slowly the runs began to
even up until they were lit -12 in our
favor. Then the boys rallied, and the
tame was soon ended. Score;
A II. R. II P.O. A. K.
.M. gilHld. If
SllllU. cf .
Pittehcii, e .
Mus&'ey. lb .
CltlKO, ss ...
Sales, Ub ...
tiilura, if .
K.ilicii, b ...
..j Z V 4 U t)
.. f. 2 -J 1 l 2
... I - II U 1
..J i 3 11 o 1
..5 2 1 II ZD
.. II tl 0 ll tl 0
.. u - v l :i i
..SI I 12 1
..4 2 i.i ii i)
.. 4 v 1 :t l l
IS 21 1
A ll. R. II.
P.O. A. E.
2 I 1
4 U 1
2 i 1
I Hill, el' .
4 0 1 w u l
4 U 2 I U V
4 0 200
4 2 2 2 1 tl
4 113 11
4 1 ll ll t
Siiihh, p ,
4 12 21 2
.15 12 UU4-I4 14
.2 ll 0 1 6 0 412 3
Hase ou balls -On" Smith. 7; oft Luby, 4;
off Anderson, 3. Struck uut-rUy Smithi
I'a I Ion i:n. Cargo. Stolen bases Mctjuuld
i2i, .Mussey, u'tiuru (2;, Fallen. 'Tlme4
At Huzletotl K H.R
Hu'zletou 4 5 3 I t 2 4 2 225 22 t!
Pottsvllltt 0 0 0 3.0 0 2 4 0- 12
Hatieiies Mattern aud Cooper; Croiian
At Phlludelphlu U.H.E.
Athlcties ...12 1 1 4 2 2 2 1 0-25 23 4
York 3 2 0 0 0 U 0 01 f. 7
Halterlcs Keener and Weand; MeFall,
Hess, Young and Steetmun. L'lupire
At lJasion R.H.I.:.
Huston 100110 0003 i
Lancaster 102001OUX 4 4 i
Halterlcs tSray and Barclay; Saybold,
Ziiiinier. Wtat and Roth. L'inpire Klseu
buwer. College Game.
Easton. Pu., May 13. Princeton defeat
ed Lafayette in a close and exciting
game here today. Score;
R H E
Lafayette 0 00 0 0034 1 8 1 j
Pi i ton 4010 i) 013 x 9 6
Hutterles Sigmun and Harclay; Wilson
and tiruham. I'mpire DIetrlck.
Kcthlcheni, Pu., Muy 13. Pennsylvania
played a superb Aeldiug game today, and
this, together with timely batting, land
ed them victors over Lehigh by the fol
Lehigh 1 0010300J-8 13 11
Pennsylvania 0 7 0 0 6 0 0 1 x 13 11 6
Hutterles liannon, Horner and Curman;
Cantlln, W under uud Middleton.
i BASE BALL B0S8IP.
j Pierce Chiles, the heavy-hittln? util
ity player of the Scranton rlub, has
, jumped the team and gone to Hornclls-
vllle. N. V. He left here for that city
i yrsterday noon In company with C. H.
: Amlsted. the Hornellsvllle manager.
Chiles' desertion was predicted by The
' Tribune a week ago although It was
later believed that the management
had arranged matters so that Chiles
1 would stay here. He was concerned In
; some trouble out in Kansas last fall
and, fearing arrest, listened to the nd
I vunces made by the Hornellsvllle peo
ple. They offered him 1175 per month
und ull expenses, agreed to pay his
- . .
! indebtedness to the Scranton club,
which was about $75. and guaranteed
him Immunity from arrest. It was on
tliese terms that he deserted Scrantnn.
The penalty for his action is ineligibil
ity to pluy with any club in the National
agreement and a fine of 2o0 whenever
the suspension is lifted. Any National
agreement club which plays with
Hoinellsville. whether Chiles Is in the
game or not, is liable to have all Its
league games thrown out.
Tom Power returned to Syracuse last
night without reaching an agreement
with the Scranton management. He
will come to a decision in the matter
today provided he receives President
Pat Powers' decision ou his (Tom pow
er's) technical, plea lor release fri.m
ivieauwniie tiie eitort to secute some
other jilnyer for the position has not
be. .1 relaxed. It Is nos-slble that John
Brock will go to Philadelphia ou a still
hunt this morning.
Homer will pitch this artornotm un
les ins arm has not recovered Horn
Its temporary stiffness. In which case
Herr w ill so In.
Friel will idtch for Providence.
Two out of three from the Providence
team Is better than half the clubs of
tiie lea cue will do with the Grays on
Kiidderham s;.llt a nail on his left
hand when he tried to stop Johnson s
tiounder lu the eighth
The riKUlur monthly mr-etllig of the
itreen liiiJjo heeiineii occurred Tiles. lav
evening, hum- m.w members ..r admit
Attend the "elutler Path meeting a!
Mulioii's hull. Olyphunt. luulght. All
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Personal letters to Professor Munyoii,
Lfilia Arch street, Philadelphia. Pa., uu
swered with tree medical advice for
wheelmen invited. Leave
Wheelmen's club house at
sharp. Join the run.
o'clock p. in
The Wllkes-Uarrp Wheelmen will eoii
duct a bin century run lo Itniiville ou .Mav
M. They have Invited all the clubs
tnruUKhout the valley to participate
Ihe minus '.'nc-inlle road record wait
broken by .Mad Carrier Smith, of t'hlcituo,
on May lu. He rode nu Adlake wheel.
A Duryea druggist is scaliterine curds
throUKhoui the valley printed as follows:
Mneeiiiian: wiieu iieailliiH lliroucli inn
yea on your "Bike" stop al dru
more. Tires nuuuied. u 111 vou drink
To say the least, this driiKKlst has a loUK
lieud. ana will, no doubt, have a chilli
to pump many tires while the buys dtiuk.
Tiie regular monthly business meeting;
ol tiie Hcranton Hlcvele r ub will occur
this eveniiiK. ut which time the bids
fur the bulldliiK of the new addition to
thr club house will be opened.
The wheelmen of New Vork cltv hav
petitioned the board of aldermen of lli.it
municipality to compel drivers of heavy
and rubber tired vehicles to carry u bell
whistle and to furnish a slunul cob).
ao a bicycle rider can tell In which dire.
tlou tiie driver will turn. Kor lustan.-e.
when the driver reaches a street ero.-tsim;
and sts a wheelman In front of htm. If
he Intends to keep straight on, blow 01
ring on. e: If he wants to turn to the right
ring twice; to left, three times, etc. This
action ou the part of the wheelmen Is
backed by the League of American Whe l
men on account of the deaths of three
wheelmen who were run over in that city
within a very short time ut street criw
InfS, the victims not kuowliiK lu what ill
rectlou the drivers were going to turn. The
wnaeimen claim mat inaitmucti us tiiey
are compelled to curry bells for the pro.
tactlan of pedestrians, they should be pro
tected the same way.
TNe ureeu Ul.lue Wheelmen invite all
unattached wheelmen and wheel clubs
In this city and suburbs to join them in
"run" to Olyphunt and return this
evening. A meeting of the Anthracite
alley Uln.ler fain association will lie
held In Marion's hall, Olyphunt, ut i
o'clock, to which ull wheelmen are Invit
ed. Join the Ureen Ridge boys and attend
the meeting. The start will be made from
the club house, corner Green Hidtie
street uud Sanderson avenue, ut 7 p. in.
Anout twenty members or the Hcrantoa
Bicycle club rode to Carbondale Sunday
morning. The Doys returned In a go-as-
you- please fashion during the latter part
ot tno uay.
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CAPT. ARTHUR HTIPFR.
DON'T FAIL TO SEE TUB
WOLF AMERICAN, Ihe Finrst and Hlphett
tirade Wheels Made In America. iNuO Wheel,,
Up-te.)ate In livery Particular, $jH.ro. Come
and See. E. R. PAKKBK, 331 Spruce Street.
You Cao Save $15 to $3 an Voul Bike.
The Easiest Whesl (or Ladies
To Mount is a Virtoi ia. It b.w the lowest and
HtrMicf.'ut frame uJ rauuut lie rquuleil tor
comfort. Victors, UeinlronK, Relays and
W ynnewoodn, in endlesa variety, now on ex.
htbitloo at our store.
8I2AND 3:4 LACKaWANNA AVI
EVA M. HETZEL'S
Positively Beruoves Ali Facial Bkaulies.
A iaka Hace Puwdcr Is superior to auy faek
powder uver uutnutM.-turi.d. L:aed and coin
meiclod by iratiiDK noi'lrty ai.d profession:!!
btatutiett. beeauttti it iiives the liest pofslblo
if.H't mid nrver leavts the flilil roueti or
acrlv. Prii'e frl ceuts.
ThrlOKe, Nature's Hull- Grower, la tho
HieatiMI uair ifiv iterator of the present pro
ItreioiTe aee. beiiiK purely a vttffitnblu com
pound, entirely ii:u inl-ss. and uutrvelous in
in butivllcvnt el'.Vts. All dispaant of the hair
ani rcal uro leitttily rurtd bv the no of
Xhnioi;nB. Prim ull cent and il. for Bale
at ( . M. Ilotzal'ii llair-drmsinK nat Manicure
Parlors, Lackawan&a ave. and Nn. 1 Lau
run' Huililinif. Wilkes barre. Mail orders
111 loJ promptly.
Save My Child!"
is the cry of
vE 4?rN agonized
V ' c;-vi. lii tip one
writhes in croup or whoop
ing cough. In such cases,
Dr. Acker's English Rem
edy proves a blessing and
a godsend. Mrs. M. A.
Burke, of 309 K. 105th St.,
New York, writes: "Dr.
Acker's English Remedy
cured my baby of bronchi
tis, and also gave instant
relief in a severe case of
1 sizes, ISc.j 50c.; SI. All ProfrgUti.
Because it's the
running wheel iimUc.
It's built to RIDE, aud NOT to
keep In the repair shop.
I Fully guaranteed, and sells for
$100, because it's worth $100.
211 WYOMING AVENUE,
Vinton Bicycles are guar
anteed. "The Winton is a Winner.'
The Hunt & Coonnell Co
Ride a Bike
Removes FrecMrs, Pfmp'o,,
Lipr Moles, BtecVio.H'.),
Sunburn and Ten, ar.d fj
rtmea the si:!n lo lU crimi
nal freibncss. produoliis"a.l
clear ami nenuny r.cir.-ii
nliiYlnn. Wimpflip ta fill fara
ercpamtlon.! o:d w-rfoetlf fen'mlcM. At ed
o'rugfiUti.or mailed fc JOcts. Bead for Clreukr,
ViCLA SXIf) 80AP timplj iKiniiKtnl) o a
a'.ln puriKlm Smp, uuaiiidnt tr On trtl. old wllbDUt l
rival 1 Ihe nuKWj. ilmlT J'1 ntJ Jiltl7 au'
tiad. il ire5lt Price 2i Ce:i9.
G. C. B1TTNSR ft. r,O., Tc:.0a, O.
For salP by MATTHEWS nr.OS. and
JOHN II. I'HKLPS. Scranton. Pu.
CnscsstB bt Thi HioKftT Mcsiol AuTKonmtr
yFvsrr.r.:P vrt iri 1 u u
i.wnwiEl. Tula MKNTHCI
l;.n.M.ri! win cu.-o r.m. A
wnnilfTfiil twin to niiinn
nrlJAT I'EVEB. AHot-a.
imrnffiiatc rvlW. ta oltk'lcii:
n iLi-ilv. ciiririnli.rit tuonrr
10 poeliet. rrad to ni en tirt-t ludUittiuu of in:l.
I'fintlnaed Cao -.uc(n Iormanent dire.
V ell. Trial (ri'n lit DriluillKni. Ui'tlJloro.1 mall.
1U cent. H. S. CKS'iiN, Hi.-., lkn Riien, Hich , D. S. L
MPMTUfll Tin' "ur ami Ht'oiit romiT for
IfltlM 3 nifU nilnkinitlseiiaes. Krifnin.licU.Hal
Tthfunitniil 9'irei. Ilurno. Cull.. Wonderful rem
M. lurPILGN, I'rlcu. C. et.nl tlrim- A I 5,
vlitsor by luuil prc:ilil. Aildrusiiasabiivi.. DHil
For hiiIk liy MATTHEWS PlHOS. und
JOHN H. PI1ELP8. Si iunton. Pu.
Cft Chlcheitcy r.nmUnk IM onion rl il rani.
W lV rlfflnaliaBiTrnuinc.
-T V ulnaiv ri-Uiil.lo. LADICB
brurlat for 'Ch ie kt$tar a tmttitk Unt
mum! Mr.twrf hi llad autal Uotd IBVttlltla1
ktwira, imttNl with bti rtbn. Tube
.... .AUm tftutm JflMfnllll tuLslUtl
'tttth uiial tmitnUvtt: . i Umitii"ifl. or rad 4t.
tn turai"t Ii-r tnnlt!ulnr( t t,miiall fu-t
HmIL 14L1H0 r.HtlmonkNU. AtA. ji hit't
af. At XA
NEW YI HI 1
13-' WASHINGTON AVENUE.
Great Sale ol Ladies' Suits, Capes, and Jackets.
Also New Lot oi Crash Outing Suit.
Ulazer Outing Suits of Cheviot,
half-lined, correct styles; regu
lar price. $S 5H.
Sale Price $3.50.
Ulaair Suits No. i". In coinblnatloii
styles, solid colored Jackets: regu-
Sale Price $10.49.
lioul,e-bre:ited Suits lu
fllue. Uray and Hiowu;
Sale Price $14.50.
One lot of
New York Cloak
hrancis ntz Uibbon, w mm
Made and Sold in Six Months, ending larch I, 1896,
Total Product of
The A Mill Alone produced 1,000,000 Barrels,
Largest Run on Record.
Washburn. Crosbv' Superlative 1h ld evervwheru from the)
Pacific Coast to St. John's. New Foundland. and in England. Ireland
and Scotland very largely, and is
I u u
INDLY LET lilANAGER
Sells TRADE U
PECT I OUR
Richards Lumber Go,, Comith Bl'D'g, Scranton, Pa
THIRD NATIONAL BANK OF
.. lOG.Omj '1
.. 301.550 20
.. 26.734 05
.. 157.304 73
V. S. Bonds
Premiums on V. S. Bonds...
Duo from L U. Treasurer.
Duo from Bank
12.101, 3'M 30
vvv. i:r.rvri I iif.i.vni
UIKECfOKS-Wm. Connetl, Henry Belln
tatl'n, Lutlier Keller, Allred nontf.
Speclnl attention iven to liulne anil
on lime Deposits.
Bolts, Nuts, Bolt Ends, Turnbuckles, Washers, Rnr
ets, Horse Nails, Files, Taps, Dies, Tools and Sup.
nliea. 'Sail Duck for mine use in stock.
SOFT STEEL HORSE SHOES
snd a full stock of Wagon Makers' Supplies, Wheel
Hubs, Rims, Spokes, Shafts, Poles, Bows, etc.
kn ta touM wtiit
Roault In 4 weeks.
Far mIo by JOHN H. PHELPS.
Sprue Strattj Seranton Pa. ...
Ueefeis and Fly Front
lined witn rich, fancy
i ctfui.it price $14. W
Sale Price $10.50.
o 1 defiantly ti named, with Lace
and Jets, lined with Silk; regular
price $15 eu
Sale Price $9.50
No. - Domestic Silk Capes, net aud
lace, lined with silk; regular uric
Sale Price $8.50.
Velvet Capes, elegantly
silk lined; regular price
Sale Price $5.00.
and Suit House,
recognized as the best flour iu thv
Our Prices Quick.
.1 200.0") 09
. 81,439 41
, 8S.6',0 Of
. 1,516.744 1
. 24 39S 11
Duo to Bunks
UKO. H. CATI.IN, Vive President; WM. H. PECK, tsh'"''lt
Jr., james Arcnoaia, wm. smim,
Personal Accounts. Three per cent. Interea
I M. hi Hnnu Deblllln. Lull uf taml tern (ki .Mm
r.i, lnnoitiKir. Auphr. Vuimil. aixl .iIki oeaknnM, awa uy nun, m
Seiltu fillt. litalM chkd uid full rr quickly . If arglKHa, Hick
tioul.lei mult fauUy. M.llnt inyhlt. Ill. Ii.ooi bnn foi H a. Wnk
rrry U.. order we a legal puaranle lu kurt or refind Ik. money. Aodiei.
lliAL VEDICINK CO.,Cleelid, Ohio.
Pharmacist, oot. Wyamlng AvniM )