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THE SCBANTON TBIBUNE THURSDAY MOI5NINO, JULY 23, 1890.
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BASE BALL GAMES
Scranton and Albany Have a Drawn Bat
tle at Athletic Park.
ELEVEN INNINGS WERE PLAYED
l'rovidcuce IJoes luto First Place and
by 11. iiiaiiiiug Stationary We Have
to Take the Last BerthAll the
Home Teams, Excepting Scrauton,
Miu Their t.auieTbe National
Scranton a Albany a
Wilkes-barre 4 Buffalo a
Springfield 15 Rochester 3
Providence 3 Syracuse I
Providence winning from Syracuse,
and Rochester losing to Springfield
mused a chunge In the leadership yes
terday. Wilkes-llarre, by reason of Its
Victory over BufTulo and our gcttimr
stulh-d in u tie game. Jumps out of last
place and leaves Scruntuii lulling be
hind. Again comes the report that our own
Larry Is not making a hit us an um
pire. Percentage Kecord.
P. W. I.. P.O.
Providence 7 40 :'i
Rochester .i6 41 31 ..'!
Albany till 37 W .Wl
Buffalo 74 40 34 .541
Syracuse ti Kti "3 .522
Sprliurtleld 70 2 41 .411
Wllkes-liarre Vi 42 3!tt
aVruiiton 24 40 .373
Today's Eastern Leutiue Games.
Alliany at Scruutun.
Puflulo at Wilkes-Barre.
Rochester at Springfield.
Syracuse at Providence.
PLAYED ELEVEN INNINGS.
Qame Ended In Darkness and a Draw.
Curbett Shows Up with the
Best of Thsm.
One of thp most exciting games of
the season was that of yesterday be
tween the locals and the adopted sons
of the Kmpire state capital. Eleven
Innings were played without a victory
for either side, darkness causing the
battle to remuiii undecided.
The came lasted fur two hours and
thirty-live minutes, two hours and five
minutes of which was devoted to actual
plityitiK. In tile beginning of the Filth
limine, with Albany at the but and the
Mure 1 to u in their tuvor u driy..linK
l ain set in 11 ml I lie game hail to be
culled. When it was resumed Albany
made another tally unci It looked pretty
blue for Scruuton. The sixth and sev
enth were blanks for both sides. In the
eighth Scranton tied the score and for
the next three innings breathing was
iiulte generally suspended. In the ninth
Scruuton got Into u bad hole. There
Were men on second and third and Dcla
Iiualy. Albanys heaviest hitter, wus at
tlie but. Then came the situation that
we read about. Ninth Innlng.score a tie,
two men on buses und two strikes on the
batter. With one mighty swing of his
iirui Corbett earned his salary. DWa
Iiunty struck out and the suspense wu
over for the time. The ovation thut
greeted this performance was enough
to turn the head of an older pitcher,
but it only seemed to tone him down
for the remaining Innings. He was
never excited and the more critical the
vltuatlon the better he pitched. He
mude a fine showing and will witalnly
do. His eight strike-outs Is somewhat
of a record In Itself.
Dunne, the Albany t wirier, who Is a
Pcrunton boy and a former member of
the Young Men's Christian Association,
teum, also did himself proud. Only
eight hits were made off him and he
gave but three buses 011 balls.
MANY BRILLIANT PLAYS.
There was brilliant playing all
through the game. In the first inning
W'urd made a nice catch of Snyder's
fly. running with the bull wuy into
right field. In the second Inning Keis
ter made a terrific drive Into left field
for three bases but was caught at the
plate In his attempt to reach home
an Magulrei fly to center, Wright mak
ing a beautiful throw.
In the third Inning Deahauty got a
life and stole second. Casey got an
other life and reached second, while
Dclahanty was being run down between
second and third by Corbett, Hutchin
son's miss of Muguire's Imperfect throw
which play If successful would have re
tired the side, permitted Casey to score.
In Scrnnton's half of the third O'Brien
and Wright distinguished themselves
by capturing hard, long drives respect
ively by Corbett and Ward.
The rain stopped the game at C.OTi
o'clock and for thirty minutes the
crowd sat patiehtly waiting for it to
clear up. Just as the time limit was
about to expire the rain ceased and
play was called. Dunne who was at
the bat when the rain Interrupted took
his place at the call of play and bunted
safely to first. He reached second on
Delnhanty's out at first and continued
on to third when he saw no one cover
ing the post that Keister deserted when
forced to run up on the bunt of Dela
hanty. A single to center by Casey
drove him in.
In the fifth Maguire.made a pretty
but unavailing single to right and in
the next inning Hutchinson enthused
the crowd by making a star catch of
Smith's foul over near the bleachers.
In the seventh Hutchinson again distin
guished himself by stopping a hard
grounder from Casey's bat, retiring the
side and leaving Delehanty on third.
Scranton's two in the eighth were the
result of hard hitting principally, al
though Smith's bad throw to first had
much to do with both runs. Eagan
HCliri4 UJI flic lllllllipc, tviui a. L'UI mug
lilt to center, stole second, went to third
when Hutchinson grounded to Smith.
and came home when Smith threw
wild. Then Bowerman bunted safely.
lleuney followed with a two-bagger,
driving Hutchinson home. O'Brien's
fly to Luttenburg retired the side.
THAT DESPERATE NINTH.
In the ninth Albany made a desperate
' attempt to break away from us and
nearly succeeded. Wright bunted safe
ly, stole second, advanced to third on
Truby's sacrifice and attempted to get
home on Dunn's bounder to Keister, but
missed it by about a foot, Kelster's
throw being too quick for hi in. Dele
. nanty then came up with tire in his eye.
ben f on driving in the two men on bases
and settling the game then and there.
The aforesaid Are or something else
impaired his eyesight, for he could not
see young Corbett. After vainly trying
three times to knock the cover off the
ball, he threw down his bat in disgust,
and rooters threw up their hats In glee.
The star play of the day was in the
ninth. It was a catch by O'Brien of
Hasan's long foul, which he captured
near the fence after a long run. In the
tenth Scranton made a desperate effort
to win. Corbett got a life and reached
third on Ward's drive to center. He
might have tried for home, but for
Truby's blocking htm at second, which
little bit of nastiness cost Truby just
to. it happening that Umpire Doescher
had his eye on the performance. Casey's
catch of Meaney's drive to right retired
the side and left Corbett on third.
Keister was threatening a run In the
eleventh, but Smith caught Eagan's
bounder, tagged the little fellow run
ning to third and threw to second In
time to head off Ma guile, winding up a
pretty game with a pretty double.
The only disappointment of the game
was Howermau's throwing. He only
caught one of the five who attempted
to steal on him. Once he was interfered
with by the batsman, but the other
three times his arm was bad. Other
wise he played a splendid game, as did
also Sugden. late of Pittsburg, who
would have won favor with the crowd
had he not been affected with St.
Anthony's dance In his jaw bone.
Doescher had a hard time of it. but
used excellent judgment all through.
He gave us a little the best of the close
decisions und consequently gave satis
faction. The score:
A B. R. H. P.O. A. E.
Ward. 2b 6 0 1 6 X 2
Meancy, cf t U 1 0 0 V
O'Brien, if i o u 2 tf 0
Keister, 3b 6 O 3 2 3 1
Magulre. as 4 o 1 1 6.1
Kagan. if 4 1 1 1 V 1)
Hutchinson, lb 3 1 U 13 v 1
Powemiaii, c 4 0 1 8 3 u
Corbett, p 4 0 0 0 3 U
Totals 3 2 8 Ni2 13 6
'Dunne out for not touching firm bag.
A.B. R. 11. P.O. A. E.
Ill-..hunlv aa II 1 It & II
Casey, rr 5 1 1 4 U 0
O'Brien, If o u 3 0 li
Sugdeli, c & U 0 7 2 0
LuttenbeiK, lb & O 1 S 0 1
Wriuht. cf 5 I 2 3 1 0
Smith,' 3b 4 0 U 3 2 1
Truby, 2b 4 0 U 4 0 t)
illume, p a v . v
Totuls 42 2 B 33 II 2
Scrunton .... uuooooiioou 2
Albany 11 1 II 1 0 0 l t) 0- 3
Karneil runs Toronto, 1. Two-base hits
.Mean.y. Three-base hit Keister. Sitc
rillce Deluliunty, Truby, Dunne. Stolen
bases K.i sail (21, Ward, Delehanty,
Wright (21, Casey. Left 011 bases Scran
ton. :: Albany, . Struck out By Cor
bett: Casey, Wright, Sugdeli, Lutteiiberg
12). O'Brien 12), Deluliunty; by Dunne:
O'Brien (21, Meaney, Corbett, Keister.
Duubl- plays .Magulre to Ward to Hutch
inson; Smith to Trilby, h'irst on errors
Sic, moil. 2; Albany, 5. First on balls
otr Corbett. 2; off I Hi line, 3. Hit by pitch
er O'Brien. I'niplre Doescher. Time
2.00; 3U minutes Interruption oil account of
WILKES-BARRE AGAIN WINS.
Bisons Ho Dowu Once More Before
Wilkes-Barre. July 22. Wllkes-Barre
won from Buffalo toduy by bunching
their hits in the first and second in
nings, when Uruber was touched up fur
two triples and a single. After that
he steadied down and did good work
for the balance of the game, but the
lead secured by the home team could
not be overcome.
Luckey, who occupied the box for
Wilkes-Barre, was wild but kept the
hits scattered. He was replaced in the
eighth Inning by Keenan. The Bis
ons could do nothing with his deliv
ery. In the eighth inning the game
was Interrupted by rain, but play was
resumed 111 the course of ten minutes.
The feature of the game was Lezotte's
left-hand catch. Attendance small.
A.B. R. H. P.O. A. E.
Lyttle. K 4 0 6 w U
Bonner, 2b 3 2 1 0 (I 0
Lezotte, If 3 1 1 2 V 0
Ketts, cf 4 0 2 3 0 U
C. Smith, 3b 4 0 U 2 1 0
Karl, lb 3 0 OHIO
Mc.Mahon, ss 4 1 1 1 5 0
Biggins, c 4 2 2 0 0
Luckey. p 2 0 0 0 0 0
Keenan, p 1 0 0 10 0
Totals 32 4 7 27 J "5
A.B. R. H. P.O. A. E.
Clymer, 2b 4 0 0 3 5 0
Crquhart, cf 3 0 0 5 0 0
Stahl, if 4 12 10 0
Field, lb 4 0 1 Iti 0 0
Uoodenough, If .... 4 it 1 1 0 0
Ritchey, ss 4 1 10 3 1
Lewee. 3b 2 0 0 0 5 0
H. Smith, e 4 0 110 0
Uruber, p 3 0 0 0 5 0
Totals 32 2 C 27 18 1
Wilkes-Barre 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0-4
Buffalo 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0-2
Earned runs Wilkes-Uarre, 3; Buffalo,
I. First by errors Wilkcs-Uurre, 1. Left
on- bases Wilkes-Barre. 0: Buffalo, 8.
First base on balls Off Luckey, 4; off
Uruber. "I. Three-base hits Lezotte, Mc
.Mhhor Twot-'bas hits Ritchey, Uood
enough. Sacrifice lilts Luckey, ITrquhurt,
Lezotte, Stolen base Karl. Double plays
Ritchey to Clymer to Field. I'mpire
Hornurig. Time 1.25.
Sprluglleld. July 22. The Ponies poundei
Lovett hard today. L'niplre Kettiick vrta
very erratic. Score: R.H.E.
Springfield 2 0 & 0 2 2 0 1 3-15 17 2
Rochester 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0- S 12 3
' Butteries Donovan and Leahy; Lovett
Providence, July 22. Providence won an
easy victory over Syracuse today because
the Stars could not bat Dolan's delivery
effectively. He held them down to three
single hits and worked In eight strike oints.
Providence 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 03 8 1
Syracuse 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 3 C
Batteries Dolun and D'-xon: Delatiey
RACE MEET AT BLOOMSBURQ.
It Will Be Conducted by the Wheel
men ol That Place.
On Wednesday, Aug. 5. the Blooms
burg Wheelmen will hold their second
annual race meet at the Columbia
county fair grounds. These grounds
are located right in the town, have a
fine lurge grand stand, from which
every part of the race can be seen and
has one of the best half mile tracks in
The following Is a list of events f One
mile novice, one-half mile open, boys
race (under 16 years of age), two-mile
lap race, four county race" (Columbia.
Montour. Lycoming and Luzerne), club
handicap (one mile), one mile open,
three-mile handicap; )400 In prices will
be distributed among the contestants.
The Benner boys, the celebrated mid
get cyclers of Philadelphia, aged i and
7 years, have been secured and will
give exhibitions in handicap racing,
trick and tandem riding.
Applications for entry blanks are be
ing received daily from many of the
best amateurs of the state. This meet
coming as it does between the Will
tamsport and Scranton meets, will in
sure good riders and fast races.
Only one change resulted from yes
terday's play in the Nat 011a 1 league,
Philadelphia jumping over Brooklyn in
to seventh place. The feature of the
day was Louisville's two victories over
the Bridegrooms, one of the games be
ing a thirteen-lnning contest. Chi
cago made it three straight from Bos
ton in an eleven-Inning game and Cin
cinnati won its third consecutive game
front New York in a ten-Inning battle.
P. w. L. P.c.
Cincinnati 82 5U 2t .'Ss3
Cleveland 77 53 25 .liTi
Baltimore 75 ut 25 .ut7
Chicago 84 48 3S. .551
Boston 77 42 35 .545
Pittsburg 7fi 41 35 .5:19
Philadelphia 77 35 42 .454
Brooklyn 78 35 43 .449
Washington 73 . 31 42 .425
New York ..75 31 44 .413
St. Louis 78 23 55 .J8
Louisville 74 W 63
1 .nnlu.llu .lulv ' I .nnlsvlile won Itt'D
games from Brooklyn Mils afternoon, the
lirst being a 13-lnnlng contest. Scores:
First game R.H.E.
Louisville- ...000 2 1 2 30 0000 311 14 i
Brooklyn ...0 2 0 2 0 0 1 0 00 0 0 0 8 15 2
Kennedy, Hurper and Grim. UmpireMe-
Second muiie K.H.K.
Louisville 0 0 0 1 1- 2 4 0
Brooklyn 0 0 U 1 0 1 4 2
Batteries Payne and Grim: Frazer and
Dexter. Umpire MeFarlaiid. (Culled at
the end of the tilth Inning on account of
ClncfmsHti, July 22. New York suffered
the same fute us all other eastern leagues
on their present trip, with the exception
of Baltimore, by losing three straights to
the Reds. Score: R.H.E.
Cincinnati 0 1 0 0 1 f 0 I 0 1 lf 4
New York. 1 0 2 1 0 0 1 3 0 8 15 U
bii'tterles Foreman. Fisher and PetU;
Clark, Meekin and Wilson. Umpire Sher-
Cleveland, July 22. Cuppy was hit hard
today, but when men were 011 the bases
he settled down and was very effective.
Cleveland O0122S1O H 15 1
Washington 0 1 0 0 2 1 1 0 0- 6 17 3
Batteries Cuppy and O'Meara: German
and .McGuire. Umpire Hurst.
St. Louis. July 22. The Browns knocked
Uliiubert out of the box in the fourth In
ning. Taylor, who succeeded him, did
beater. Score: R.H.E.
St. joU 2 0 03 1 0 00 2- 8 15 4
Philadelphia 0 000 3 02 2 0- 7 2
Batteries Brelteiisteln and Murphy;
Humbert, Taylor und Graily. Umpire
Chicago, July 22. Chicago made It three
straight from the Bostons today. In one
of the most seinwtional games ever played
here. The Bostons had the game won up
o the eighth, when Nichols was knocked
out of the bo.x. Score: K.H.E.
Chicago 1 000000701 110 13 S
Boston 1 0 I 0 0 0 0 3 3 1 0 K IS G
Batteries difflth and Kittredge;
Nichols and Stletts and Uunzel. Umpire
Pittsburg, July 22. Pittsburg-Baltimore
game postponed; rain.
There will be two games toduy with Al
bany. The lirst will be called at 2.15
o'clock. Brown und Bowermun will be
t'he battery In the first game, and Uilloii
and Bcrter will be In the points In the
Some of the New York batting averages
to dute are: Tlei'nun, .372; Van Haiti en,
.327; Uleason, :.W, U. Davis, .302; Stafford,
.290; W. Clark, .21; Farrell, .283; H. Da
vis. .2i;s; Connuughtoi, .2S2; Meekin, .250;
Zeurfoss, .231; Clarke, .228; Wilson, ,202.
AMATEUR BALL NOTES.
Williams 'and Uunster are doing good
work on the Asbury Park team.
One week from tomorrow night a meet
ing will be held at Jermyn to organize an
amateur league, having us members the
best amateur clubs In the valley. Invi
tations have been Bent to the managers of
the Scranton and suburban teams asking
an attendance at the meeting. Professor
H, J. Hockenbtiry of the Carbondale high
school, Is Interested in the league's forma
tion. The Has-Beens accept the challenge of
the Harmonies and will play them 011 July
2ti, at 3 o'clock on Burke's grounds, Minoo
ka. There has been some misunderstand
ing respecting the arrangements for the
game. This Item makes things right.
Peter J. Carroll, captain of the Has-Beens.
The Minooka team will play with the
Morning Glories of Dun more oil next Sun
day on Minooka grounds.
The Minooka teum cannot accept the
challenge of the Dashers on next Sunday.
The Stars challenge the Broadway Ucis
or Blues to a game of ball 011 the Still
water grounds on July 2. Answer In The
Tribune; first come first served. C. Con
nors, carnal n.
The Stars played an Interesting game ot
bull against the Has-Beens on the Still
water grounds 011 July lit. The Has-Beens
left the field in the seventh Inning with
the score S to 5. The features of the gu.ne
was the pitching of Hart, who struck out
ten men, and the home run of Murray, both
or the Stars.
The Nonpareils of Dunmore challenge
the Lilies of Arch bald to a game of base
ball on Saturday, July 25, on the Dumnoie
grounds, at 3 o'clock. If challenge Is ac
cepted, answer In The Tribune In time to
give players time to make all arrange
ments. J. Coleman, manager; William
The Hustlers of Dunmore challenge the
Tltroop Stars to a game of bull on S dart
er's grounds, Sumluy, July 2ti, at 3.30. J.
O'HoTo.manager; George Wilson, captain.
The Has-Beens play the Harmonies on
Burke's grounds, Minooka. July 27. They
also challenge the Dunmore team for a
game Aug. 2 on the same grounds. An
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418 Lackawanna avenue, Scranton.
ROBERTS AGAIN AT LIBERTY.
Served Niaety Days for Spending
Other Men's Money.
I'pon petition of the county commis
sioners David Charles Roberts, of the
West Side, was let out of Jail yester
day without serving sixty days longer
for his tine and costs. He was sent up
on Oct. 7 last for nine months on a
charge of larceny, to which he plead
guilty. He had been Indicted for rub
bery, but a plea of guilty on the lesser
charge of common theft was accepted.
David Is a character He lost one leg
in an accident, and was employed as
watchman at a sewer trench on the
West Side last fall. One evening while
at his post of duty., two foreign gentle
men came along, freighted with heavy
jags. They had a pint bottle of whisky
and shared it with the watchman, until
he got sleepy. He piloted them along
until Farr's rink was reached and then
all three went under the stoop and fell
David happened to be the first to
awake, and he went through the pock
ets of his bed fellows, with the result
that ISO rewarded his search. Then he
left them and went to the police station,
where he complained that two drunks
were laid out under the stoop at Farr's
rink. The police went down and met
the two men, who complained immedi
ately about being robbed by a man with
one leg. The police went looking for
David and failed to And him until near
ly noon, by which time he had spent
over $10. The rest was found In his
clothes and he confessed his guilt when
taken to the police station.
CHARGE WAS WITHDRAWN.
Van Horn's Eloquence Softened the
Heart of Mrs. W cstcott.
J. K. Van Horn, who was arrested
Tuesday evening for stealing $15 from
the house of Mrs. Josle Wescott, of
Franklin avenue, was given a hearing
yesterday before Alderman Howe.
Van Horn formerly boarded with
Mrs. Wescott, but now resides at
Clark's Summit, where he Is employed
as a teamster. He knew that it was
Mrs. Wescott's habit to allow her
pocket book to lay on the bureau, and
early Tuesday morning he entered her
apartment by a rear window and re
moved $16 from her pocketbook.
He pleaded very hard yesterday with
the lady to withdraw the charge made
against him, and for a long time she re
fused to listen to him. Eventually,
however. Van Horn's eloquence won
her over and she withdrew the charge
on his furnishing security to pay the
amount he took from her.
BIRNED FATALLY BY OAS.
Wm. tvuns Died a Few Hours After
Beiug Brought lo the Hospital.
William Evans, of Edwardsville. died
at 4.30 yesterday afternoon at the Moses
Taylor hospital. He was received only
a few hours before that and was suf
fering so Intensely thut death was a
great relief to him.
The deceased was employed in tlie
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
mines at Edwardsville and was burned
In an explosion of gas. He was a
young man about 28 years old and un
married. The remains were removed
to his late home.
B. V. Bernstein und family have re
turned from New York city.
Arrangements for the Bible conference
to be held In the Rullroud Young Men's
Christian Association hall In this plime
from July 27 to Aug. 2 are pructlcally
completed. A number of persons from
nearby towns are expected to be in at
tendance. Moiuluy night thieves stole about sixty
of A. Compton's chickens. Word wus sent
to Blnghumton and as a result Charles
Slater and Ueorge diss Were arrested.
After a hearing they were taken to the
county jail at Montrose.
Paul Burriger has had the good luck
to recover his team of horses which he
traded for a stolen team about July 1.
He found his horses at Archbuld, Pa. The
thief has been traced and will no doubt
be in the hands of the luw In a short time.
Work Is being pushed quite rapidly on
the new school house.
Nelson Coons' tine new house on Pine
street Is nearly completed.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nichols of Blng
humton, are visiting friends and relatives
In this place.
General SiglricU Buried,
Pottsvllle. Pa., July 22. -General J. K.
Sigfrled wus buried here this afternoon.
In lieu of the Natiunal Guard participat
ing because of their absence at the divi
sion encampment, the Grand Army of the
Republic, and other veterans of the lute
wur and ex-members of the Nutional
Ouurd of Pennsylvania took part. Sur
vivors of the Forty-eighth regiment, of
which the deceused hud been a colonel
during the war, were among the num
The Finest In the City.
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as J Bncdway. New York.
Miss Minnie Warner, of Orange, N. J.,
Is visiting her parents. Mr. und Mrs.
Wells C. Warner.
Lieutenant James G. Stevens' post,
(Irund Army ot the Republic, move their
paraphernalia into the Odd Fellows' hall
Mr. and Mrs. William Kestell are visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Milroy ut Wuverly.
Mr. and Mrs. William Page were cullers
at Plttston lust Sunday.
Mrs. Myra I hi k ley enjoyed the sweet
breezes of Lake Sheridan last Sunday.
The picnic thut was held in Peck's
grove by the Ancient order of Foresters
last Saturday evening cleared $01).
Mr. and Msr. Traviss. of Carbondale.
spent Sunday lust at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. William Budd.
A delegation of the members of Sherl.
dan lodge. Knights of Pythias, visited
their brother Kights at Carbondale last
An article In last Monday's Tribune
which stated that -Mrs. W. W. Watklns
would be the accompanist of the puTtllc
entertainment In the Ledyard hall that
evening should have read Miss Mattle
Elma Swingle, our assistant postmaster.
Is exhihting the skeleton of a very large
turtle thut he caught In one of our neigh
boring ponds one evening this week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Mott leaves this
morning for Atlantic City, accompanied
by Mrs. Mott's niece. Miss Daisy Lindner,
of Chambersburg, Pa.
Miss Ethel Baldwin, of Lemars. la.. Is
visiting her aunt, Mrs. C. A. Reynolds, of
the West End.
Walked Out the Window.
Beghush Psebulah, of Olyphant,
thought he was going downstairs in
his boarding house and walked out the
window, and dropped a distance of
about fifteen feet. One of his legs was
dislocated at the hip joint and lie was
bruised about the body. He ' was
brought to the Lackawanna hospital
Corns, bunions, chllblans and In
growing nulls cuied and all diseases of
the feet scientifically treated at E. M.
Hetzel's chiropody, hair dressing and
manicure parlors, 330 Lackawanna
CURED AS IF BY MAGIC.
. muiM wi mannuoa anouia sena at
uuco ior a twos,
full manly vigor
la easily, quickly
restored. No man
weakness van af
ford to ignore this
Book tells how
N..ll . L I
. ' uu B.reugia, ae-
Telopment and tone are Imparted to every
portion of the body. Sent with positive
proofs (sealed) res to any man on application.
ERIE MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO.N.Y.
CMscatia t tms HiexttT Mtoien Aimnamis
igyjj laii nuLinniura
Inbalfr will cure juu. A
wonderful boon to mlTeren
from Colds, Sara Throat,
or HAY FEVEH. Afordi
immrdiattrthtt. An efficient
remeilr. convfinlsnt to earn
In portm. retde to n" on Brst loillcsiion of cold,
'oatlaaed Vie Efffeeta Penaaaeat Tar.
Pfitl.fatfUun guaranteed or money ref united. Prleo,
Bn rte. Trial free at Druggists. Registered mail.
Ml veuts. E. 1. CUSEglK, Mir., Tkrw Einrt, Mas., U.S. i.
UrilTlini The sutvat and safest retneity for
Hlbll I flUlt all sklntUneaseSjRoienia.luti.8ali
Rheum.nld Soros. Burns, Cuts. Woaderfal rem
edtforPILKS. Prlca, as eta. at Drug-p a I it
eiiu ur by mull prepaid. Address as above. r
For ale by MATTHEWS BROS, and
JOHN II. PHELPS. Scranton. Pa.
aabarn and Ten, and re.
tores the akin to Its origi
nal freshness, produeiug a
!.... .1 ttAalth inm.
. t a u. ... all
piexiuu. cjutieiiw. . . ,,
preparations and .perfectly bamlest. At an
JuugBUU.or mailed fofWkti. beud ior Circular,
VIOLA KIM SOAP I" stfr ,Mri!!v".'
kin ..iriljlaf P. unn.iteil for the WW, J4
,1U fcc tb. .nT. Wlut.lT jrat. art fcUMMj
eaua. Mdraptiit., Price 25 CeMe,
G. C. BITTNEBA CO., Toledo, a
For sale by MATTHEWS BROS, and
JOHN H. PHELPS. Scranton. Pa,
in way. 4
produces the above results In 30 days. It actr
powerfully and quickly. Cures when all others fail
Vouuglm-u will regain their lost manhood, and old
men will recover their youthful vigor by uhIdk
RKVIVO, It quickly and surely restores Nervous
ness, Lot Vitality, Ini potency. Nightly Emissions,
Lost Power, Falling Memory, Wasting Diseases, and
all effects of self-abuse or excess and Indiscretion,
tvhleb unfits one for study, business or marriage. It
not only cures by starting at the seat of d.seaae. but
is a great nerve tonic and blood builder, bring
ing back tlie pink glow to pale cheeks and re
storing the fire of youth. It wards off tmnlty
'lid Consumption. Insist on having RE VI VO, nr.
flier. It can be carried in vest pocket. By nii.il
-1 .00 per package, or six for S.OO, with a posi
vo written guarantee to ears or refune
ce money. Circul-rfree. Address
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For ssk by MAITHEWS BROS. , Druggist
taf Caleaester'e EaalUa DtaaiMiS Rraei.
flrlglMl mm oaljr VmalMa
-, always reliable. kAOica uk
brucff ! for rkickeater Knoluh Via-.
muni Brand In Red sod Void meulliV
fbote?i. tftld with blue ribbon. Take
ao !. Htfutt JangtrgttM tubttitu
riBftt and tmiidfioM. At uruuuii. or mm
Id tamp for partteulari, testimonial aoJ
Hcucr rap isaiea." m wiw, dv rciarai
Mall. 10.M0 rtlmonltli Nantptr.
II.1ING, BLASTING MO SPORTING
Manufactured at the Wapwallopen Uilla,
Luaerne courrty. Pa., and at Wil
HENRY BE LIN, 'Jr.
General Agent for the Wyoming District
US WVOMINO AVENUE, Scraofoo, Pa.
Third National Bank Building.
THOS. FORD. Plttston. Pa.
JOHN B. SMITH SON. Plymouth, Pa,
E. W. MULLIGAN, Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
Agents for the Repauno Chemical Coaa
fang's High Explosives.
11 1 mimt
Clearance Sale of Shirts
Our Entire Stock of Negligee Shirts
We Have Reduced
To Less than Cost
THIS comprises every style in Hadras, Silks, Flan
nel, Cheviot, and Cellular Cloth Shirts from the
celebrated Manufacturers of the
who have an undisputable reputation as leaders of
styles and makers of the very best shirt in the mar
ket. This is an exceptional opportunity for obtaining
extraordinary Shirt Values.
412 Spruce St.
Then Are Now Made la America Cycles at
Cheap, High Grade
- Ilumber Quality
. W Sail High tirade and flunbcr Quality.
Humber Quality $110
Union Crack-a-Jack 100
Drop In and Examine the Brown Lips
Changeable Gear on Our
CHASE & FARRAR
nden Street Opp. Court House.
Won on a
Charles Coleman, of the
West Side Wheelmen,
won both the mile and
half mile open events at
Pittston, July 4th, on a
Spalding, the easiest run
ning Bicycle made.
222 WYOMING AVENUE.
TEINWAV SONY . .
Acknowledged the Leading
KRANICHB BACHB and ethers.
Sheet Music and
Purchaser will always find a complete
stock and at prices as lew as the qual
ity at the Instrument will permit at
li. A. HULBERT'S
117 Wyoming Are. - Scranton
HEART LAKE, SUSQ'A CO.
U. E. CROFUT, PROPRIETOR.
THIS HOUSE is strictly temperance. Is
new and well furnished and OPENED TO
THE PUBLIC THE YEAR ROUND, Is
located midway between Btnghamton and
Scranton, on the Montrose and Lacka
wanna Railroad, six miles from D.. L.
W. R. R. at Alford Station, and Ave miles
from Montrose; capacity elghty-nve,
three minutes' walk from railroad station.
House situated 100 feet from the lake,
wide veranda extends the entire length
of the house, which Is 100 feet.
Row Boats, Fishing Tackle, Etc.
Free to CJuests.
Altitude about t.000 feet, equalling In this
respect the Adirondack and Catskill
Fine groves, plenty of shade and beautl.
ful scenery, making a Sunder Resort un.
excelled in beauty and cheapness.
Dancing pavilion, swings, croquet
grounds, etc. COLD SPRING WATER
AND PLENTY OP MILK,
Rate $7 to fio Per Week. Si.go Per Day.
Excursion tickets sold at all station on
t., L. W. lines.
Porter meet all tralnAj
205 Lackawanna Avenue
THE BEST IN THE MARKET
GREAT VARIETY OF SIZES.
INT I CONNELL CO,,
THE MERCHANT TAILOR
Has Moved t His New Quarters,
402 Lackawanna Avenue.
Entrance on side next to First National
Bank. He has new la a
Comprising everything requisite for Bsa
llercbaut Tailoring. Aud the earn eaa
be shown to advantage in bis spies
dialy fitted up room
A SPECIAL INVITATION
Is Extended to All Readers ol The Trlba
an to Call an "OLD RELIABLE" In Hie
New Business Horn
Manufacturers of th Celebrate
100,000 Barrels per Annum
CALL UP 3682i
MUOe I IMlfPK
OPFICE AND WAREHOUSE.
Mi TO li MERIDIAN STRBET.
M. W. COLLINS, Manager.
DON'T PAIL TO SEE TM
WOLF AMERICAN, The Finest ana Highest
(Jraoe waeels mane in America. ise Wheels.
Ue-ta-Dete la Bvery Particular, Ijf.g. 0m
ewaaeav as, at. rsaacai SSI oarawa
.wen. saw save ig ea ea eeae
i o woo ens
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