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THE SOR ANTON TltlBTOTID-THURSDAY atORNTyq. AUGUST , 1897.
No Halt iic.tlic Miners' Tumble Down
VICT dKjpfi&te JOR THE BISONS
MtiitfcftfiowVKscnpcd llcing Shut
Outi-irHtiIoncQ41rcnks tho Stars'
Hullalo.' 7 Scranton I
Springfield - Ji Montreal 3
Providence n Syracuse 8
Wllkej.Barre at Toronto, rain.
"" , I'. W.
&'rnciia S7 53
Toronto , 82 -IS
RulTa!o ..t., 87 SO
Sptlngflold ., 73 1"
Providence .... .83- .
Pernnton w...,.7lj 31
Montreal .tf..:.su 30
Wllkcs-Uatro .....7S 2a
bcranton at buffalo.
wilees-barre at toronto
- ,. springfield at montreal,
phovidisni'k- at Syracuse.
GOOD, SNAPPY GAME.
It Was Seven Scrnnlon Runs Shy
of the Proper Number
Buffalo,-August I. A good game was
put up by lintir teams today. Gray
was Invincible and that Is the whole
story ,of trie, defeat of Scranton. Score:
A. II. It.
...... 1 1
Clymer, c ......
Harry, of 2
Wise. 2b 3
Grcmlnger, 3b 3
ritlil, lb 4
Sulllv.ui. ss 3
L'rquhart, o ..'. 2
Gray, p :...r.V. '4
Totals ,.2S 7
Walters, ct, 3 1
II. O. A. E.
Beard.' ss i... .;.....;. 3 0 1
Bonner. -tbVr....:f. 1
Mnssey. lb 4
Kagiin, If 4
Grlffln, rf 1
Boyd, e 1
3TugTllri 31, 4
Glllon. 11. 4
jf :.;r ' -- - - - -
Totals 34 1 S 24 12 0
Buffalo 3 0020002 7
Scianton .". I 000000001
Karned runs Buffalo 5. Two.baso hits
Field 2, Gllboy. Throe-buso hlts-Oly-nier,
Sullivan," Beard, Babe on balls
Walters, Gtlboy, Grey, Sullivan. Wise,
OrdmlnReV. Urqunurr, lilt by pitcher
UrfluharJ. Struck out-Giay. i'lclrt. Wild
pftc I -Glllon. Left on bases Buffalo 4.
ScWhtorrV" Doublo plays Musboy, un
assisted. Sacrifice hit Beard. Stolen
TjaseBonner. Time 1.50. Umpire.
' Wen Willio Wim mi IJnigmn.
Montreal, Que., Aug. 4. Montreal could
not find Mains, whllo Belcourt proved
an; wny juarl for Springfield today.
f . ., MONTREAL.
A.B. It, II. O. A. E.
Shannon, ss 4 1114 0
Lynch. If 4 10 2 10
Shearon, rf 4 0 10 0 0
Dooley, lb 4 1 2 10 0 0
Rlchter,. cf. , 4 0 12 0 0
Henry, 2b 4 0 2 2 10
Smith. 3b 4 0 0 B 2 1
Bcrgo", c., 4 0 0 2 2 1
Bilcourt, p. ,..'.... 2 0 0 C 0 1
Gannon, p. '. 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totals ..'..' '..'...'..31 3 7 21 10 3
A.B, It. II. O. A. E.
Fuller, ss '.... 1 1 0 1 0
Green,-If. ..r 2 3 110 0
Bannon, rf 5 10 10 0
Brouthcis. lb. ...i.. 4 2 3 II 0 0
Hogeis, 2b 4. 1 1 1 0 0
Gilbert, 3b 10 13 3 0
Smith, cf 3 1110 0
Duncnn, c. ........... 3 2 1 t! 0 0
Mains, p .. 4 0 10 5 0
Totals 34 11 10 27 0 0
Montreal 0 00001020 3
Springfield 3 1 0 0 3 2 0 1 111
Karned runs Monti cal, 1; Springfield, 2.
Two bapo' Jills-f"Joen. Stolen bases
Green, 2; TlrouthLiH, Duncan. Bases on
balls Off Belcourt. 3; Gannon. 1: Mains,
2. , Struck put Belcourt. 2: Mains, C.
DoubLo plays Lynch to Shannon to
Henry.' Wild pitch Belcourt. Left on
bases Montreal, 5; Springfield, 3. Time
2.00. Umpire Tip O'Neill.
Stars Oiitlmttod nnd Outlieldcd.
Syrnouse, N.V,f Aug.-4. Tho Providence
Grays outbatted and outflclded tho homo
team hfrtf today, winning the gamo hand.
A.B. It. H. O. A. E.
Eagau, 2b 3 2 2 2 2 0
Garry, cf 4 2 13 0 0
Smith. 3b ..',..' 2 1.1.4 2 1
Lezotte. rf ;. .. 0 10 0 0
Earl, lb ..,.,....,,.. 4 1 1 8 0 0
Bannon, It 4 0 13 0 1
Schlebeck, ss 3 113 2 2
Ryan, c 5 1 1 4 1 II
Malarkey, p 10 0 0 2 0
Kissinger, p 3 0 0 0 3 0
'- fi V w
Totals 33 S 9 27 13 4
1 A.B. It. II. O. A. E.
Welgand, 2b C 1 3 B 0 1
Lynn cf B 3. Ji i. 0
Knight, If 5 ' 2 r" 0 0
Dixon, c 5 2 2 3 2 0
Druuby, lb B 1 2 G 0 0
Cnoney, t-H 3 1114 0
BassQt,t, 2b 4 113 0 0
Coo'gan'r rf 5 0 0 1 0 0
Braun,' p 2 0 10 0 0
EaifOjlij, p 3 0 114 0
Totnls 43 11 15 27 II 1
Hyraaisa.,.,,..,., 31002000 s
ProvMence ...ir.,3 0 3 0 12 0 2 0-11
Earned runs Syracuso 1, Providence 5,
T.wOjbaBe- hits Ryan, Eagan, Schlebeck,
Ufo'ilby, Dixon, Eagan. Three-base hits
Eagan. Homo run Smith. Stolen bases
-tlrfKan.vaaxry, Lezotte, Welgand, Ly
ons. Double playB Gariy to Schlebeck to
FfganjT First ori ball-Off Malarkey 1;
off tKlsslriger 1; off Braun 4: olT Eagan 4.
Hit' by pltchor By Eagan 1. Struck out
By Malarkey 1, Kissinger 2, Braun 1,
Providence 5. Sacrlftco lilts Smith, Schle
Eugan 1. Left on bases Syracuse B,
beck, Coonoy, Time 2.15. Umpire Docs
cher. ATLANTIC LEAGUE.
Flford. Co nit, Aue.M.-rPatcison won
out'' m tho.nfnth today. Dolicrty held
Hamburg on third, and v,hen protest wus
made Umpire Mnco called
This was tho winning run.
Hartford 0 0 2 0 0 1 2 0 0- B !) 2
Patcrson OS 0 00 0 00 16 11 3
Hatturles Cnstrlght, Pry and Hoacnj
Flaherty and Westlukc. Umpire Mace.
Norfolk, Va., Aug. 4. MeMackln'tt
wenkness In tho ninth gavo today's gama
to Norfolk, after a hard struggle. Score:
Norfolk 10(513 1003-916 1
Heading 0 0 0 3 3 0 000-612 2
Batteries Bishop and Snyder; McMack
I ii and Heydon. Umpire Snyder.
Itlohmond, Va., Aug. 4. Tho Athletics
outplayed Richmond at every) point 'to
day. Score: 11.11.13.
Richmond 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0-3 3 2
Athletics 00005 101' 7 8 2
Hatterlcs I.eovor, Schmidt and Poster,
Osborno and Pox. Umpire Denny Long.
Cincinnati 14 Pittsburg 3
Cincinnati 4 Pittsburg 4
Louisville 9 Cleveland o
Louisville 7 Cleveland. 4
St. Louis 13 Chicago 12
a Washington 1
XV. L. P.C.
SS 23 .C90
S3 27 .ftil
53 2S .054
43 3'J .535
41 4"5 .477
3S 43 .451
40 43 .455
40 50 .411
35 48 .422
31 53 .309
23 W3 .233
New York SO
St. Louts S.0
Baltimore at Huston.
Cleveland at Chicago.
New York at Philadelphia,
l'ittsburg at St. Louis.
HURST THROWS A BEER GLASS.
Scrappy Pennsylvania. Umpire Ar
rested for Assault and Battery.
Cincinnati, O., Aug. 4. Tho Beds and
Pittsburg played two games today. All
ien pitched the first game for tho visitors
and tho Reds found him very easy. The
second gumo was called In the sixth In
ning on account of darkness, with the
score a tie.
Hurst had glvpn tho Reds tho worst of
a decision and an Irate rooter rolled a
beer glass Into the diamond. Umpire
Hurst picked up tho glass and threw It
Into rooters' row nnd hit John Cartuy
elles over the right eye, Inflicting a seri
ous wound. A patrol wngon vyas Immedi
ately called and Hurst was arrested,
charged with assault and battery. Red
Blttman took Hurst's placo 'as umpire.
First game R.II.n.
Cincinnati 2 0 2 0 2 3 5 0 -14 15 4
Pittsburg 00000 10,023 B 0
Batteries Rhlnes nnd Pcltzj Klllen and
Sugden. Umpire Hurst.
Second game R.H.H.
Cincinnati 4 0 0 0 0 04 C 3
Pittsburg 100 20 1 J 0 3
Batteries Dwyer, Hhret and Schrlver;
Gardner and Merrltt. Umpires Hurst
Cleveland Players Too (Jay.
Louisville, Ky Aug. 4. Two games
were to have been played today, Tmt In
the second Inning of tho first game, with
tho score 3 to 2 In tho homo team's favor,
Burkett called Umpire Wolf a vile name
nnd was ordered out of the game. Cap
tain Tebeau refused to put a man In to
bat for Burkett and after waiting flvo
minutes Wolf gave the gamo to Louis
ville. 0 to 0. The Indians played ns if they
did not care whether school kept or not
In the s-econd gamo and the Colonels won
eablly. Scoiu: lt.H.H.
Loulsvillo 21021010 7 12 2
Cleveland 0 102010004 0 1
llaterles Frazcr and Wilson; Brown
and Crlger. Umpire Wolf.
Poorly Played Came.
Chlcngo, Aug. 1. Tho Browns closed
their season hero today by taking a hard
fought but loosely played game from the
Colts. Both sides batted hard from tho
start, all four pitchers being pounded
hard. Score: R..H.E.
Chicago 2 0 2 0 14 0 2 112 10 4
St. Louis 0033012 1313 17 4
Batteilcs Thornton, Callahan and Kltt
rldgo; Donohue, Coleman und Douglas.
Biooklyn. N. Y Aug. 4. It was not
until tho eleventh Inning that tho homo
team was able to claim victory today.
Schoch's two-bagger and Grlm's single
did the trick. Scoro: It.II.IJ.
Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 12 12 1
Washington ...0 00000100001 0 3
Batteries Dunn und Grim; Mercer and
Parrel!. Umpire Kmslle.
Corhctt to Ho in tho (ininc.
Itockford, 111., Auk. 4. Jim Corbett,
ex-champlonshlp pugilist, Is to play
first base through the "Western asso
ciation the latter part of August for
a percentage of the receipts of each
club. Ho starts ut Burlington August
Red-headed Gllboy caught SO games two
Walters irade 11 bits In tho fivo games
A Chicago fan selects tho following ns
the best make-up In this country: Nichols,
I . " pitcher; Robinson, Baltimore,
catcher; Tenney, Bpstpn', first base; Kid
GJeason, New York, econd; Collins, Bos
ton, third; Herman Long, Boston, short
stop; Heeler, Baltlinoie, rjght Held; BUI
Lange. Chicago, center, and Fred Clarke.
Hero's a state of things: "President
Franklin pleaded with tho bleachers on
.Monday not to roast Jim Field. Ho said
Field was a good player and that If he
wcro released by Buffalo, dozens, of clubs
would bo glad to get him." That's what
tho Buffalo Express says. If the players
are so roasted at homo it's all the more
to their credit that tho club oecunlrs
Its present high position.
For Bilious and Nervous Dinorders such hi Wind und Pain In tho Stomach, Hick Headache,
Olddinet.8, Fullness and Swelling after ineuls. Dizziness and Drowsiness, Cold Chills, Flush.
Ings of Heat, Loss of Appetite, Shortness of Breath, Costlveness, Blotches on tho Skin, Dis
turbed Sleep, Frightful Dreams and all J'Mrvous nnd Trembling (Sensations, &c, when theso
symptoms nrecauHed by constipation, us most ofthom are. Tllll FIRST DOSU WILL OIVB
klU-lllH IN TWIJNTY AUNUTI1S. This Is no fiction. Every bullerer Is earnestly invited to
try ouo box of the Pills, and they will be acknowledged to be
A WONDERFUL IVI.EDICINE.
JIIAM'S PILI.S, token as directed, will quickly rcatore females tocomple
HUliCl AM'S I'lLl.b. toucn ns (l rettei .
They promptly remove obstructions or Irregularities of iho system.
WEAK STOMACH, IMPAIRED DIGESTION. DISORDERED LIVER
they act like magic a few doses will net wonders upon the Vital Organs; strengthening the
Muscular System, restoring the long lost romploxion, bringing back the keen edgo of n p pe
tlte und mousing with tho Rosebud of
These nru facts admitted ty thousands In all classes of society, und oho of the best
guarantees to the Nervous und Debilitated Is
uny I'utcnt Medicine In the World,
"he. at Drill Stores, or will ho sent bv U.
I New York, post paid, upon receipt of price.
The Quaker Clly Thronged with Bicycle
MANY CRACK RACERS ARE PRESENT
Over 1,500 Itldcrs, Many of Them
Women, Cover tho Ton Miles of" tho
First U1111 to tho Country Club
House of tho Century Wheelmen.
"Johnny" Johnson Meets with nil
Accldent--Hcndqunrtcrs for Women
lit Odd Fellows Temple.
Philadelphia, Autj. 4. Close, sultry
weather characterized the opening day
of tho eighteenth national meet of the
League of American Wheelmen, but It
failed to suppress the enthusiasm or
lesson tho number of arrivals. Tho
number of wheelmen nlready regis
tered is far In excess of any previous
two race meets, and up to a late hour
tonight every railroad train brought
Prominent nmonR today's arrivals
were Albert Mott, of Baltimore, chair
man of tho national racing board;
Herbert Foltz, chairman of tho In
dianapolis racing board; Albert Bass
ett, secretary and treasurer of tho
National L. A. W.; Sterling Elllcott,
ex-president of tho league, and Wil
liam II. Kllnltcr, secretary of tho As
sociated Cycling clubs of New York
city. A. D. Peck, secretary-treasurer
of tho Massachusetts division, who
will act as a starter in the races, ar
rived safely after havlnjx wheeled all
the way from Boston. G. F. Kast,
president of the Loulsvillo Leaguo
Wheelmen, who will act as clerk of tho
course," arrived today. Ex-ehairman
of the racing board, Howard 12. Ray
mond, came In on nn early train and
was In conference with George Gideon,
last year's chairman. During1 tho
morning Chairman Mott, Thomas
Hare, chairman of the race meet exe
cutive committee, and Abe Powell,
official handlcapper for this district,
went carefully over the list of entries
and examined the record of each pro
fessional and amateur. Two entries
delayed In transmission were received
today. .They were J. Frank Mohler,
and Andre Boullng, of tho City of
Mexico. They are tho amateur cham
pions of Mexico and are reported to be
very fast riders.
STREETS DOTTED BY RIDERS.
From the first gleam of daylight un
til long after midnight tho asphalted
streets, suburban roads and park drives
were dotted by riders of both sexes.
Although the humidity was high, tho
sun was behind clouds most of tho. day
and lessened the discomfort consider
ably. The first scheduled run of the
meet was started at U o'clock from the
national headquarters. Over 1.500 rid1
rrs, many of them women, covered the
ten miles to tho country club house of
the Century Wheelman, riding along
the river dilvo in Falrmount park, nnd
the picturesque Wlssahlckon valley.
After refreshments, the return to the
city was made, and a much larger num
ber rode out tho Lancaster pike, the
finest mncadnm road In the country,
passing the country homes of some of
Philadelphia's wealthiest and most sub
stantia! citizens. The Indianapolis del
egation, headed by Mayor Thomas Tag
gart, Postmaster Lahn and Superior
Court Judge Hackney, of ShelbyvlUe,
spent nearly all of last night and all
of today securing pledges for the '9S
meet. This morning Omaha began to
rival them In their efforts, headed by
W. J. Shradcr, Edgar B. Henderson and
L. T. Broadstone.
THE HACERS APPEAR.
By midnight many of the racing
cracks had made their appearance.moat
of whom went immediately to the track
at Willow Grove, fourteen miles from
the city, and established themselves In
"Johnny" Johnson, of Minneapolis,
met with nn accident lato last night
and may not be able to enter. He was
being paced In the Willow Grove trade
by "Jack" LIndley, when the latter's
renr wheel broke nnd threw LIndley.
Johnson "spilled" over him and severe
ly bruised his right side. LIndley was
Special attention is being given, tho
women visitors, by an 'auxiliary com
mittee of local wheelmen. Headquar
ters have been opened In the Odd Fel
lows' temple, across from the national
headquarters. Tomorrow nlcht a feto
will be given In their honor at Belmont
mansion In West Falrmount park.
Word was received today that the
first section of a large delegation of
New York city riders left Jersey City
this morning on bicycles to a'ttend the
Between 35 and 40 of tho New York
riders arrived here shortly after 7
o'clock. The few that dropped out
came in later by train. The run was
paced by J. F. Starbuck, but no attempt
was made to break any record. The
two women who started, Mrs. F. C.
Kimball, of tho Commonwealth Bicy
clists, of Boston, and Mrs. Etta Hud
ders, of New York, were among tho
first to arrive.
Tonight all the visiting Leaguo of
American Wheelmen members were
given a ride on the Delaware followed
by an entertainment at Washington
park on tho Delaware.
Tomorrow w 111 be devoted to rune, and
an all night smoker at the national
Columbus, O,, Aug. 4. Tho grand cir
cuit races wcro postponed today on ac
count of rain.
Health the whole physical energy of tho human
tliat Ueecliam'a Pills hiva th
that lieechani's Pills have the Largest Sale of
Annual Sales over 6,ooo,ooo Boxes.
H. Acent. P. F. ALLEN & CO.. Ilnr, Canal Htrrel.
Hook freo upon application.
Thousands ore an
unllv cured bir
through correspondence who cannot come
to nil olTlce. Ifyou ore In doubt about your
disease, wrlto dlreot to Prof. Munyon, 1605
Arch Hlrout, uy
Pn.. for free iHlL
medical ndvlce. Miinyon's Remedies for sale
at all druggists. Mostly 25 cents.
RODE FOR A WAQER.
One of Florov's Employes Docs n
Good Pleeo of Hiding.
To win a wager of a few dollars, An
drew Medlen, an employo of C. XV.
Florcy'u blcyclo repair department,
rodo from tho latttr's storo on Wyom
ing avenue last night on hit) bicycle,
up Mulberry strct to tho Elmhurst
boulevard, thenco to tho speedway
When tho wretched condition of Mul
berry street Is taken Into considera
tion tho ride was certainly a plucky
one, Tho wheel ridden was one mado
by Gcorga Kline, also an employo of
AMATEUR BALL NOTES.
Tho Sliders Juniors defeated the Glory
Four team by a score of 3 to 2. Paul
Tho Sliders challenge the following
clubs for a gamo Saturday afternoon,
Aug. 7: Tho West Side Browns, Trllbys,
West Side Athletics or tho Klondlkes;
tho Klondlkes preferred.
Tho Rappors, of Archbald, challenge tho
Halfords, of Peckvllle, to a game of ball,
on tho Archbald grounds for Friday,
Aug. C. A return game will bo given.
Answer In tomorrow's Tribune. William
Tho Sunsets, of Archoald, champions of
upper Lackawanna county, nccept tho
challenge of Peter McDonnell's select
club, of Jermyn, to a series of thrco
gnmes, for a purso of $25, tho first game
to bo played Aug. 12 at Alumni park,
Mayfield. M. F. McDonnell, manager.
Tho Sunsets, of Archbald, and Star
lights, of Jessup, will play n gamo of
ball on tho Archbald grounds Tuesday,
Aug. 10, at i p. m. A good gamo Is ex
pected. Tho Taylor Grays accept tho challenge
of tho Llttlo England Stnrs for Saturday
afternoon on their grounds. William Em
Tho Taylor Grays challenge tho Provi
dence Stars for Friday afternoon on Tay
lor grounds. Answer In the afternoon pa
pers. William Edmonds, manager.
Tho Golden Orioles defeated the Cracka
jacks. The latter's pltcners were pound
ed all over tho field. Tho following Is
tho score: R.H.E.
Golden Orioles 4 S 3 4 3 0 0-22 38 4
Crackajacks 3 3 0 0 12 1-1114 7
Batteries Orioles, Woodward nnd
Deane; Crackajacks, BTuck, Call, Lorlm
or and Call, Lorlmer. Umpire, Meade.
Tho Golden Orioles accept the challcngo
of tho Gibson Streot Orchard Boys for
Friday afternoon. The Orioles would Hko
to slnto that tho umpire did not award
Monday's gamo to the Orchard Boys, as
wo can prove by tho umpire himself.
JULY BUILDING PERMITS.
They Arc for Improvements the Aggre
gate Cost of Which Will Be $125,673.
To Whom Granted.
The building permits granted by In
spector Nelson during the month of
July wero for improvements, the ag
gregate cost of which will bo $125,679.
Those to whom permits were granted
C Benjamin, doublo dwelling, two sto
ries, wood; North Main avenue, First
John Co'llgan, doublo dwelling, two
stories, wood; Elm street. Eleventh ward.
B. Moses, block of four stores, one
story, brick; Pcnn avenue, Sixteenth
If. D. Brown, double
stories, wood; Harrison
John Williams, single
stories, wood; Webster
Mrs James Lewis, extension to dwell
ing, two stories, wood; Brook street,
Morgan Sweeney, doublo dwelling, two
stories, wood; Irving avenue. Twelfth
Patrick M,essott, single dwelling, two
stories, wood; Irving avenue, Twelfth
John Jermyn, extension to stores, "two
stories, brick; rear Wyoming avenue,
Georgo B. Smith, barn and carriage
house, two stories, wook; Webster ave
nue, Tenth ward.
I. Peters, slnglo dwelling, two stones,
wood; Flhr.ore avenue. Fourth ward.
Howell Harris, double dwelling, two
stories, wood; Division street, Fifth
J. L. Hardwlng, block of six tenements,
three stories, wood; Breck court, Six
James Kelly, double dwelling, two sto
ries, wood: Ash street. Seventh ward.
Thomas O'Mnlley, slnglo dwelling, two
stories, wood; Second street, Sixth ward.
James B. Helm, extension to dwelling,
two stories, wood; Meridian street, Fifth
Bittenbender & Kemmerer, carriage
house, one story, brick; Hallstead court.
Peter Morel, doublo dwelling, two sto
ries, wood; Sanderson avenue, Thirteenth
Henry Tlgue, slnglo dwelling, two sto
ries, wood; Prlco streot. Fourth ward.
A. Bentele, two single dwellings, two
6tories, wood; Mulberry street. Seven
Peter Welnss. single dwelling, two Bto
rles, wood; Harrison avenue, Seventeenth
Dr. Gunster, private dwelling, two and
on-half stories, brick veneer; Mulberry
street. Sixteenth ward.
Board of Control, No. 15 school, two
stories, brick veneer; Stone avenue, Twen
John Scholl. single dwelling, two sto
ries, wood; Hickory street, Nineteenth
P. J. McHale, slnglo dwelling, two sto
ries, wood; Frlnk street, Twenty-first
Mrs. John O'Toole. single dwelling, two
stories, wood; Railroad avenue, Sixth
J. D. Evans, private dwelling, two sto
ries, wood; Delaware street, Thirteenth
Scranton Prlvato Hospital, four stories,
brick; Wyoming avenue, Sixteenth ward.
Henry Winkler, single dwelling, two
stories, wood; Maple street, Nineteenth
Holy Family Slavish Roman Catholic
church, single dwelling, two stories, wood;
Capouse avenue, Seventh ward.
Thomas Harris, single dwelling, two
stories, wood; Grant avenue, Fifth ward:
Sehroeder & Wormser. double dwelling,
two stories, wood; Linden street, Seven
William Snyder, single dwelling, two
stories, wood; Boulevard, First ward.
ll AN IC STOCK FOR SALE.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word,
1 bnnk stock, fifty-three months' pnld;
estimated to mature In ninety-six mouths.
JOHN MOON, Curbondale.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
T?OR SALE-DESIRABLE LOT, WITH
J.1 bouse on rear, U1H N. Washington uve.
nue; owner leaving city, uoi Qulncy uve.
FURNISHED ROOJIS FOR RENT.
Advs, Under This Head One Cent a Word.
WO FRONT ROOMS AT 337 WASHING-
1 stock liol ters of Tho Scranton Axle
Works that the annual meeting for the elec
tion of officers and the transaction of such
other business ns may come uetore the meet
lng. will be held nt tho office of the company
at their factor)', on Thursday, August 20th.
Xav I. nl u o ciook ). lu,
Mtntuoi.ii'u. in ....
RICHARD 11. WElSENFLUE.Secretarv.
Scranton, Pa., August otb, 1B07.
Connolly & Wallace
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
39 Cts., 75 Cts. and $1.00
3 s 3
At reduced prices, still continues. We Lave $100.00 Bicycles ranging in price from
$50.00 to $75.00. You can buy department store bicycles at any price. We have none.
It is bad policy to buy a bicycle that will turn out to be a neck breaker. Remember,
we are the largest dealers in the city, and can offer you better inducements than any
one in the city. Not in business for one year, but here to stay.
Bittenbender & Co., 126 and 128
TO OTHERS. THEY
AVILL DO THE SAME
HELP WANTED JI ALES.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS CHEF
BOB Linden street, at once.
WANTED AQENTS-S75 PER MONTH
and expenses paid uotlve men If right;
goods sold by sample only; samples, also
horso and carriage furnished FREE. Ad
dress JOB1JEU, Box 5308, Boston, Moss.
SALESMEN-SCHOOL SUPPLIES: COUN
try work; 8100 salary monthly, with
liberal additional commissions. R. O.
EVANS & CO., Chicago.
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tlon to canvass: S4.00 to Srj.00 a dar
rnade; sells at slgbt; also a man to sell Staple
Goods to dealers; best side line f 76 a .month;
salary or large commission made: experlenco
unnecessary. Clifton Soap and Manufactur
ng Company, Cincinnati, O.
7 ANTED WELL-KNOWN MAN IN
V every town to solicit stock subscrip
tions; a monopoly; big money for ngeuts: no
capital required. EDWARD C. FISH & CO.,
Borden Block, Chicago, III.
HELP WANTED FEJ1ALES.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
WANTED-A COMPETENT GIRL FOR
general housework. Apply 1003 Mou
sey avenue, Green Rldgo.
WANTED-GERMAN GIRL FOR GEN
ernl housework. Apply MR3. CHAS.
SCHANK, 412 Willow street.
LADIES-I MAKE BIG WAGES DOING
pleusunt home work, and will gladly send
full particulars to all sending 2 cent stamp.
MISS M. A. STEBUINS, Lawrence, Mich.
WANTED-LADY AGENTS IN SCRAN
ton to sell und Introduce Snyder's cake
Icing; experienced canvasser preferred; work
permanent and very profitable. Write for
particulars nt once and get benefit of holiday
trade. T. B. SNYDER & CO., Cincinnati, O.
saleswomen to represent us.
Guaranteed SO a day without Interfering
with other duties. Healthful occupation.
Wrlto for pnitlculars, enclosing stamp,
MANGO CHEMICAL COMPANY? No. 72
Jobn street, New York.
Advs, Under This Head One Cent a Word.
TTOR RENT-AN 8-ROOM HOUSE, WITH
I modern improvements, new, corner
Washburn undliromlcy avenue,
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
TOD PRINTING OFFICE FOR HALE, ALL
) In good condition. Address P. O. Box
100, Tunkbnnnock, Pa,
?OR SALE-BABY CARRIAGE. 1705
I70R SALE-BALED SHAVINGS AT
Belles' Livery, 330 Adorns avenue, 35c
170R HALE-A FINE YOUNG SPAN OF
V dark chestnut horses. For description
Inquire at Everett's Stable, Dlx Court, Scran
TRAP CHEAP. 1611
Advs. Under This Head One Cent Word.
BUSINESS (WHOLESALE) OLD E8TAB
fished; bear Investigation; reason for
selling, going to the Klondike; part cash,
I Uttiuute, uuiv. ur (CUI MIHIV, II UCWIIVll, 1U-
nress F. A. DANN. 281 Hudson Street. New
$1.00 TO $3.00.
the Three Best Wheels
Under This Head One Cent a Word.
WANTED-AGENTS TO SOLICIT BUILD
lng and Loan stock; referenco re
quired. Address PENN, care Tribune
WANTED-AGENTS TO CANVASS FOR
quirk selling novelty; big profits; cnll
Room 0, Dime Hank.
WANTED-SOLICITORS; NO DELIVER,
lng, no collecting; portion permanent;
pay weekly: stato age. ULEN BROTHERS,
Rochester, N. Y.
AGENTS WHAT ARE YOU GOINO TO
do about Safe Citizenship price 91. Go
ing by thousands. Address NICHOLS,
AGENT8-TO SELL OUR PRACTICAL
gold, silver, nickel nnd copper electro
plasters; prices from $3 upward; salary nnd
expenses paid: outfit free. Address, with
btainp, MICHIGAN MKG CO., Chicago.
AGENTS-TO SELL CIGARS TO DEAL
ers; $25 weekly and expenses; experl
enco unnecessary. CONSOLIDATED MFG
CO., .18 Van Buren St., Chicago.
ANTED TWO REFINED GENTLE
men boarders. Centrnl location. Sur
roundings first-class. Meals prompt; but
must find their own amusemonts. To Much,
n good homo can be found by addressing X.,
ILBRIGOS CLEANS PRIVY VAULTS
nnd cess pools; no odor. Improved
pumps used. A. BRIGGS, Proprietor.
Leave orders 1100 N. Malu;ave., or Elokes'
drug store, corner Adams und Mulberry.
CHAB. COOPER, CITY SCAVENGER.
AH orders promptly attended to, day or
night. All the latest appliances. Charges
reasonable. 710 herautou street. House,
1125 Wasbburu street.
CHIROPODIST AND JIANICURE.
nulls cured without tho least pain or
drnwlng blood. Consultntlnn and ndvlco
clven freo. E. M. IIETZEL. Chiropodist,
i: -. -... -i ,
.'130 Lucknwannn avenue,
nt their residence if desired.
EX ECUTORS' NOTICE.
INSTATE OF BENJA-MINH.TllifoOP.JL
It I)., late of the City of Kcrantou, County
of Lackawanna, and State of Pennsylvania.
Letters testamentary upon tho above estate
having been granted to the undersigned, all
persons having claims or demands UK.dr.Bt
tho said estate will present them for payment,
and those Indebted thereto will please make
Immediate payment to
HARRIET F. THROOP,
THEODORE G. WOLF,
Executors and Trustees.
WARREN & KNAPP,
Attorney for Estate.
3N WANTED-BY A YOUNG
do housework; a smnll family
Address 140 S. Lincoln avenue,
A WIDOW LADY WANTS WASHING
and Ironing nt home or go out by the
day. 415 Gibson street.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG
mun who must havo work at once; Is
willing to do most nnythtng; Is sober nnd
reliable. V OOl Price street.
SITUATION WANTED-AS DRIVER I1Y
a young man who can handle and take
care of horses; grocery or milk team pre
ferred; referenco from present employer, J.
J,, Tribune office.
"IITANTED-A POSITION BY A YOUNG
man In nn ofllco or store; many years'
experience; can speak Welsh. Box 001,
SITUATION WANTED-AS TRAVELING
salesmau, collector, bookkeeping; will
lng to fill any honest position; well-known
in Luzerne und Luckawanna counties; sober
and reliable; good references. W. F. M.,
15 12 Dickson nuenue.
W ANTED-1IY EXPERIENCED WOMAN
to go out by tho day; Is u good washer
and Ironer, or can do any kind of work, Ad
dress 520 Luckawanna avenue.
SITUATION WANTED-AS BOOKKEKP
cr or stenographer, by a young man w ho
will be unemployed for a few weeks; willing
to fill position while the holder of the name
Is on vacutlon. Address A, (J., Trlbuno office.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A MIDDLE--aged
lady as nurse; has hod 17 years' ex
perience; con give best of reference. Address
RUGGIST REGISTERED PHARMA-
cist, wants position: elsht years' expe
rience; first-class prescriptions; Al refer
ences; single, speaks several languages; will
tako rello o work. A. K. L Tribune office.
DENTIST GRADUATE GOOD, ALL
around man, furnishes own Instru
ments, chair und cabinet, wonts situation us
assistant or to tako charge of office, A. U.,
222 WYOMING AVENUE
Jurlsch's Is tho place, Theso prices talk
for themselves. All wheels guaranteed and
List. Selling Price
Olives, $100.00 - S 70.00
Gales, $80.00 55.00
Stormers, $75.00. G0.00
Suburbans, $65.00 40.00
Stormers, $00.00 49,00
Winners, $50.00 39.00
Nuggets, $60.00 27.50
Orients, $100.00 100.00
Trinities, $100.00 100.00
Positively the Cheapest Place In Scranton to
Purchase a GOOD AVheeL
m Spruce St.
Id Jermyn Building
125 Lnolcawnnna AveniiJ
SPECIAL THROUGH (JARS
Dally (except Sunday) via
Central RailroaJ of Naw Jersl
1 During August,' 1B07, leaving Scran-
iuu ui e.-fiu u. in, or
. . ASBURY PAl
UUL.MAK luceon iseacu)
SUA UIRT, 1
Returntngleave Polut Pleasant 11.40 al
Spring Lake 11,52 a.m., lielmsr.ll.57 al
Asburyl'urk and Ocean Grove 12.05 n
Long Brunch 12.24 p.' m. Arrive Sorail
7. no p. in.
This will be kent un for tho entire !
especially for the uccomiiiod-JUonc-f famll
as ii win cnuuio passengers to secure one
tain cowfortablo scuts the enttrejournev.
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