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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY MORNINGK AUGUST 30, 1807.
BASE BALL GAMES
Buffalo Goes lo Second
SCRANTON QETS ANOTHER WORSTINQ
Mr. iMnlnrlicy. of Syracuse, Is lMttrtl
Against One Mr. Harper ami Comes
Out I'lrst Ucst--Tlio.500 Is n Sort
ot Uiic-Ilonr to the .11liicrs--i1Innu-Bor
Sniuly liccps Up 1" Hard nnil
Timely Hitting, IlrlngliiB In Scran
toil's Only Two Ituns Sntiirdny.
Syracuse 4 Scranton a
Springfield 13 Toronto - 5
Wilkes-Uarre 10 Montreal o
Providence 6 lluflalo o
Toronto 5 Syracuse 4
.Uulfslo '. 7 Providence 3
I W. L.
Toronto 102 j .10
Huffnlo 110 KG 44
Symcuso Ill 05 4.
(Sprlniiflelil 102 53 41
l'rovldenco IOC, HI H2
' Scranton 93 4(5 41
Montreal 101 r ca
Wllkcs-Uarro 97 27 71
SYRAC'tTSE AT SCRANTON.
MONTREAL AT WILKES-UARRE.
TOItONTO AT SI'RINGFIELD.
BUFFALO AT PROVIDENCE
HARPER WAS WILD.
His Poor Conlrol Made Possible All
the Stars' Four RunsMalarkey
Tho Miners could get only four single
hits off Malnrkey Saturday, and there
by hangs the reason for the victory of
the Stars, who, while they hit Harper
for only eight singles, mad their four
runs on three bases on a wild pitch.
Of the four hits off Malarkey three
were made in the seventh inning, and
theso with a liase on a throw from the
outfield gave to the Miners thslr only
two runs, one of which was earned.
Excepting the seventh inning only live
Miners reached llrst base during the
Of the eight hits off Harper only five
had been mado up to the ninth Inning
and of these Ave no two developed in
any one Inning, but bases on balls, one
wild pitch, stolen bases and the scml
occaslonal hits that followed, gave the
Stars all their four runs. Jack O'Brien
In a Syracuse uniform, was seen In
Scranton for the first time. He received
a worm hand when he appeared at bat.
He and Lezotte made six of the Stars'
' , SCRANTON.
A.ll. R. II. O. A. 13.
"Walters, cf 4 0 0 2 0 0
Sullivan, us 4 0 0 3 6 1
Itonner, 2b 3 112 2 0
Massoy, lb 4 118 0 1
Eagan, If 4 0 0 0 0 0
Orillln, rf 4 0 1110
Hoyd. c 2 0 0S 10
Mnglllre, 3b 3 0 0 3 2 0
Harper, p 3 0 10 3 0
Totals 31 2 4 27 IS 2
A.13. R. H. O. A. K.
Eagan, 2b 3 1 1 C 4 2
Garry, cf 2 10 10 0
Smith, c 3 0 0 14 0
O'llrion, If 4 0 3 10 0
Lezotte, rf 113 10 0
Ryan, c 4 0 0 5 10
Ear), lb 4 0 0 8 0 0
Schlcbeck, ss 4 0 14 2 0
Malarkey, p 3 10 0 0 0
Totals 31 4 S 27 a 2
Scranton 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 02
Syracuse 1 110 0 0 0 1 01
Earned runs Scranton, 1. First bass by
ei rors Scranton, 1; Syracuse, 2. Left on
tases Scranton, 4: Syracuse, 3. Kirer
base on balls Dy Harper, ; by Malarkey,
2. Struck out Uy Harper, 7; by .ila
larkey, 3. Stolen bares W. Eagan, 3; 1 c.
7.otte, Malnrkey. Double plays Hoyd to
Magulre; Sullivan to Bonner to Alnssey.
Wild pitches Harper, 1. Umplra O Nclll.
OTHER SATURDAY GAMES.
Only Six Hits Oll'Odwell.
Wilhes-Uarre, Aug. 29. Montreal was
easy for Wilkes-Uarre Saturday, play
ing a listless game and making co3tly er
rors, whllo Becker was hit hard and
often. Odwell was very effective and al
lowed only ono man to reach third base
Wllkes-Barre 2 0 0 2 0 3 3 0 01016 4
Montreal 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 c
Batteries Odwell and Gondlng; Becker
and McNamara. Umpire Mason.
Ilullhln Wns Also (ioosc-Eggcd.
Providence, It. I., Aug. 29. Providcnco
ehut out Buffalo yesterday In a gamo
that did not seem at atl one-sided until
tho end was near. Stlrt batting by Lyons
and Bassett, clever sacrillclng by Cooney
and good base running produced the runs
for Providence. Score; R.H.E.
Providcnco 1 20102000 C 10 0
Buffalo 0 000000000 7 4
Baterlcs Egan and Dixon; Gray and
Stnlcy nnd Norton Worn Hit Hard.
Springfield, Mass., Aug. 29.-Sprlngliclil
won a slugging match yesterday from tho
leaders In which Staley was batted out
of the box In tha sixth inning and Norton
was hit even harder. Score: It.H.E.
Springfield 0 0 0 14 2 0 0 01314 0
Toronto 0 14 0 0 0 0 0 0513 2
tfu4oitH3p4vZf iotw&ii at UM roni j
it WeIUonU2oiccianrltoof AMOKITAto jj
U ij sJJrcii U Uc I'slutf Statu oa rccclet et 25 cu.' H
HaterlesMalns nnd Nicholas Staler,
Norton and Casey.
Toronto Cinches Iter Hold on I'lrst
Syracuse, N. Y., Aug. 20. Tho Canucks
landed hard on Willis in tho sixth In
nings and batted out four earned runs,
They earned another In tho eighth,
which wns sufficient to win tho game, tho
Stars not tnklng kindly to Dlncen's
curves, except In tho first, when a
thrce-bngger and two singles earned them
two runs. They scored two more In tho
seventh on three bases on balls and a
couplo of singles. Score:
A.B. It. H. O. A. E.
Eagnn, 2b 5 0 1 1 2 0
Garry, cf 3 1110 0
Smith, 3b 4 112 4 0
O'Brien, If 2 0 10 0 0
Lezotte, rf 4 0 0 0 0 0
Ryan, c 3 1 0 11 2 0
Earl, lb 4 0 18 2 0
Schlcbcek, ss 4 1 0 4 2 1
Willis, p 3 0 10 5 0
Lampe, 10 0 0 0 0
Totals 33 4 G 27 17 1
A.B. R. H. O. A. E.
Snyder, c 4 115 0 0
White, if 4 12 3 0 0
McGann, lb 4 2 3 11 0 0
Mcllale, cf 4 12 10 0
Freeman, rf 4 0 1 2 1 1
Casey, 3b 4 0 1111
Wagner, ss 3 0 0 12 0
Taylor, 2b 3 0 0 3 5 0
Dlncen, p 2 0 10 10
Totals 32 5 11 27 10 2
Batted for Willis.
Syracuse 2 000002004
Toronto 0 00004010-5
Earned runs Syracuse, 2: Toronto. B.
Two base hits Mcllale. Thrco base hits
Smith, McGann, 2. Stolen bases Earl,
Ryan, White, Wagner. Doublo plays
Smith, Schlebeck and Earl; Taylor to
McGann. First on balls-Off Willis, 4;
oft Dlncen, 3. Hit by pitched halls By
Dlneen, 2. Struck out By Willis, 9; by
Dlneon, 5. Left on bases yrSacuso, C;
Toronto, G. Sacrifice hits White, Taylor.
Time 2.15. Umpire Mason.
Bisons Do fen t the Crnys.
Providence, It. I., Aug. 29. Buffalo
evened .accounts with Providence at
Rocky Point today. Tho homo team had
a new arrangement ot the In-Held, with
O'Brien from tho Washington's on second
baso and it fulfilled expectations. But
tho Grays could rot win because tho Buf
falos had the good fortune to make their
hits with men on bases, errors by tho
usually steady Dixon giving them a start
and practically turned tho tide of vic
A.B. It. II, O. A. E.
Wclgand. 3b 5 0 2 0 2 1
Lyons, cf 4 0 0 2 0 0
Knight, If 4 10 10 0
Dixon, o 4 13 4 3 3
O'Brien, 2b 2 0 0 3 3 0
Cooney, ss 4 113 3 1
Bassett, lb 4 0 2 C 1 0
Abbey, rf 4 0 0 4 0 0
llraun, p 3 0 1111
Yeager 10 0 0 0 0
Totals 33 3 9 21 13 G
A.B. It. II. O. A. E.
Gllboy, If 4 112 10
Grey, rf 3 0 13 0 0
Clymcr, cf 3 10 10 0
Grcminger, 3b 3 10 3 2 0
Wise, 2b 4 12 4 2 0
Tleld, lb 4 1 1 II 1 0
Barry, fis 4 10 2 4 1
Urauhart, o 3 115 0 0
Souder, p 3 0 0 12 0
Totals 31 7 C 27 12 1
Batted for Broun.
Providcnco 0 0 0 10 0 2 0 03
Buffalo 3 0 0 3 0 0 10 x 7
Earned runs Providence, 1. Two-baso
hits Welgand, Dixon, Gllboy. Threc
baso hits Cooney, Urquhart. Doublo
plays Cooney to O'Brien to Bassett.
Stolen bases Knight, Bassett, Gllboy,
Barry. Bases or. balls Olf Braun, 3; oft
Souders, 3. Struck out By Braun, 4; by
Souders, 3. Passed balls Dixon, 2. Wild
pitch Braun. Time 2.10. Umpire
Baltimore , 7a
New York CI
Louisville 4S ;o
Pittsburg .: 48 5S
Philadelphia 40 fil
Brooklyn 45 Gl
Washington 11 GO
St. Louis 20 SO
At New York New York. 0: Chicago, C.
At Boston Boston, 11; Cleveland, G.
At Brooklyn (llrst game) Louisville,
11; Brooklyn, 5; (second game) Louisville,
G; Brooklyn, 6.
At Philadelphia Pittsburg, C; Philadel
At Baltimore Baltimore, 7; Cincin
At Washington Washington, 15; St.
At Lancaster (llrst game) Lancaster,
1G; Athletics, 4; (second game) Lancaster,
1J; Athletics, 1.
At Hartford (first game) Hartford, 12;
Reading, C; (second game) Hartford, 16;
At Newark (first game) Newark, 2;
Paterson, 11; (second game) Newark, S;
At Richmond Richmond, 1; Norfolk, 2.
At Paterson R.H.E.
Paterson 10 10 0 0 2 0 04 9 3
Hartford 00200040 0 7 1
Batteries Jones and Westlako; Vlck
ery and Roach.
l'ntcrson Pcfcnts Louisville.
Paterson, N. J., Aug. 29. After being
beaten by Hartford today, tho local team
played tho Louisville club, of tho Na
tional league, and won on bunched hits
in tho third and seventh Innings. Score:
Paterson 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0413 5
Louisville 00 10000001 6 4
Batteries Vlau and Westlako; McGeo
President Franklin, of tho Bisons, says
that Grand Army week in Buffalo was a
failure so far as baso ball was con
cerned, as ho lost money on both tho
Scranton and Wllkes-Barro scries.
Springfield claims the distinction of bo
Ing tho ono Eastorn league club that
has not bartered in farmers. Tho claim
Is probably a Just one, but when a howl
Is made about illegal salaries, Spring
field Is silent, very silent.
The Scranton scribes may rest nssurred
that their llerce attacks on Manager
Burns will only injure themselves In the
end, Ho has yet to put an umpire out
of a Job unjustly and President Pat can
assure them of that faot.-Sprlngfleld
Union. President Towers cannot aasure
Scranton scribes, or nny other truthful
persons who saw the last Springfield
Scranton games, that Tim Kcefe was
drunk or had been drinking beforo or
during tho games In Scranton. The "at
tacks" on Burns wore based solely upon
his falsifying report to President Pow
ers. Further, Tim Kccfo was not put
out of a Job. Ho resigned when lie
learned of tho chargo mado against him
by Burns. '
AMATEUR BASE BALL.
Tho Lnclmwituiin Club Shuts Out the
West Side Browns.
Tho Lackawannas and tho West SIdo
Browns played a very interesting gamo
yesterday nfternoon on the latter's
grounds. Tho Lackawannas plnyod ono
of tho most brilliant fielding games seen
on amateur grounds this season, and they
batted llko fiends. Gaughan's pitching
wns tho star feature of the game; up to
tho eighth Inning tho boys from tho West
SIdo only found him for ono safe hit. In
tho eighth and ninth they got a scratch
hit over short stop, which would havo
been an easy out only for spectators
crowding on tho field. Golden mado a
star catch on a hard run. catching tho
ball within six Inches of the ground.
Thomas wns knocked out In tho fourth
Inning, Williams tnklng his pnco, but
tho Lackawanna boys kept dishing out
baso Mts right along. Tho scoro:
A.B. It. II. O. A. E.
Sweeney, ss 5 2 3 1 G 1
Ruaue, 3b G 1 2 0 1 1
Gaughan, p 5 2 3 2 G 0
Coleman, 2b 6 2 4 3 0 0
Flnncrty, lb u 2 2 12 1 0
Burke, rf 5 2 10 0 0
Golden, cf 5 2 110 0
Kcllct, c 5 2 17 10
Shelby, If 5 0 110 0
Totals 57 15 18 27 11 2
WEST SIDE BROWNS.
A.B. R. II. O. A. E.
Jeffries, 2b, cf 4 0 0 3 2 1
T. Davis, If 4 0 0 0 0 0
G. Davis, c 3 0 0 3 11
Reese, lb 3 0 19 0 0
Gllmore, ss 3 0 12 3 2
Williams, cf, p 2 0 0 2 3 0
Jones, rf 3 0 0 10 0
Hermann, 3b 2 0 13 0 0
Thomas, p, 2b 3 0 0 3 10
Larkln, so 3 0 0 10 0
Totals 30 0 3 27 10 7
Lackawannas ....4 0023411 0-15
W. S. Browns. ...0 000000000
Earned runs Lackawanna, 7. Two-base
hit Gaughan. Three-base hit Burke.
Sacrifice hits Sweeney, Hermann. Stolen
bases Coleman. Left on bases Lacka
wanna, U j West SIdo Browns, 6. Struck
out By Gaughan, G; by Williams, 2.
Doublo play Hermann to Jeffries to
Reese. First on errors Lackawanna, G;
West SIdo Browns, 2. First on balls Off
Gaughan, 1; off Thomas, 2; off Williams,
I. Hit by pitcher Flnnerty. Wild pitches
Williams, 1. Pnscd balls Davis, 3. Um
pire Hogan. Time 2.10.
Ilurohns Ensy for tho Browns.
Tho Olyphant Browns had very llttlo
trouble in defeating tho Eurekas at Oly
phant yesterday. In the fifth the score
wns a tic. In that inning Regan seemed
to loso his head nnd allowed the locals to
score five runs and the Eurekas .handled
the ball very recklessly and helped to
swell the score. O'Neil pitched a good
gamo for the locals and kept his hits
well scattered. He nlso led in batting.
".Marty" Swift umpired tho gamo and
gave entire satisfaction. Tho scoro:
A.B. It. 11. o. A. E.
Cleary, ss 3 3 10 5 0
Wheeler, 3b 3 3 13 4 0
Mochan, cf 3 10 2 10
Roe, If 4 0 0 10 1
Connors, 2b 5 2 3 3 2 1
O'Neil, p 5 12 0 10
Weiland, rf 4 10 0 0 0
Garbctt, c 4 10 8 0 1
Sheridan, lb 4 0 1 10 0 1
Totals 33 13 8 27 IS 4
A.B. R. H. O. A. E.
McCue, If 2 10 0 0 1
Kecnahan, lb 4 1X021
McDonnell, rf, cf... 5 0 1 2 0 0
F. Regan, p, ss 5 0 12 2 1
Cardon, 3b 5 0 1 2 0 1
Gallagher, 3b .....Ml 0 0 2 2 1
Cannon, ss, o ...... 4 0 12 12
P. Regan, c, p, rf.. 3 0 1 8 2 1
Kelly, cf, p 4 12 0 0 1
Totals 38 3 8 21 'J 9
Browns 2 0 0 15 2 2 0 x 12
Eurokas 0 010200003
Left on bases Browns, 8; Eurekas, It.
Hit by pitcher McCue, 2; Roe. Keenahan,
Wheeler. Doses on balls Off O'Neil, 2;
off F. Regan, 2; off P. Regan, 4; ore Kelly,
1. Struck out By O'Neil, E; by F. Regan,
7: by Kelly. 2. Passed balls Garbett, 1;
Regan, 4; Cannon, 2. Wild pitch P. Re
gan. Two-baso hits O'Neil, 2; Cannon.
Umpire Swift. Time 1.53.
AMATEUR BALL NOTES.
Tho Harmonies challenge the Mlnooka
club to a gamo on Mlnookr. grounds Sep
tember 5. Answer as soon as possible.
T. Loftus, captain.
Tho Sunsets, of Archbald, challenge
tho Eureka, of Providence, to a game of
ball on tho Archbald grounds Wednesday,
September 1. Answer lit. tomorrow's
Tribune. M. F. McDonnell, manager.
Tho Crescents defeated tho James Boyb
yesterday by a scoro of 11 to y. Tho fea
tures of tho gamo wero the batting of
the Crescents and the work of their
pitcher, Shopton. Ho btruck out ten
Tho Crescents will play the Nonpareils,
of Dunmore, Sept. 5 at 2 p. m. sharp. J.
The Taylor Reds challenge the follow
ing clubs for tho week commencing Aug.
10. on tho Taylor grounds: The West
SIdo Browns for Wednesday afternoon;
Olyphant Browns, for Thursday; West
SIdo Athletics for Friday, nnd tho Lack
nwunuas for Saturday. The manager
of the Reds would like to know if tho
Lackawanna club would llko to gain
the title of champion amateur team of
the county; If so, they nro obliged to
defeat tho Reds, otherwise they have no
claim. Please answer as soon as possible
in Tho Tribune. Corner E. Davis, man
ager. Tho Taylor Grays challenge tho fol
lowing clubs for tho week commencing
Aug 30 on Taylor grounds: Tho West
SIdo Browns, for Tuesday; Trllbys. for
Wednesday; Actives, for Friday, and the
West Side Anthracites, for Saturday nf
ternoon, on their own grounds for a
purso of $2.50 a side. This will bo their
return game. Please answer immediately.
William Edmonds, manager; Evan Davis
AROUND THE ROPED ARENA.
It Is declared that Solly Smith nnd
George Dixon hayo been matched to box
20 rounds in San Francisco on Oct. 4
for a purso of 15,000.
Chicago sporttng-men aro disposed to
blamo Kid McCoy for the delay in com
pleting tho match with Dan Crcedon for
tho middle-weight championship.
Jack Skelly, matchmaker of tho Green
point Sporting club, Brooklyn, Is trying
to arrange n 20-round bout between
Martin Flaherty and Larry Becker, to be
decided within tho next three weoks.
Tho members of the Knickerbocker
Athletic club of South Boston presented
Dave Sullivan with a set of colors be
fore ho sailed for England. Sullivan will
wear tho colors during his contest with
Marty McCue, who Is to meet Hugh
Fltzslmmons In a 20-round bout at MubIq
hall Thursday night, was one of tho
orocks who participated In tho amuse
ment offered tho big crowd at the all
night smoker at the National League
American Wheelmen's meot In Philadel
phia, Tommy Dixon, tho fcnthcr-wclght
champion of Rochester, nnd Oscar Gard
ner, tho Omaha Kid, of Kansas City,
havo been matched to meet In a 20
round bout at tho boxing-show of tho
Rlcntl Athlotlc club of Rochester on
Sept. 6. Gardner has nlso been matched
to meet Jack O'Brien for 20 rounds at
the Urccnpolnt Sporting club, Brooklyn,
fiomo flstlo authorities in Now York
lncltno to tho belief that the English
men matcher Pedlar Palmer with Dave
Sullivan because they thought Sullivan
had no chnncg nnd they wnntcd to win
back money lost on unsuccessful English
boxers. Splko Sullivan has declared that
ho wilt bet (5,000 on Dave. Tho English
men nro likely to bo fooled, although
there Is nlways danger of fouls with
a headstrong boxer llko Sullivan.
A gamo of quoits will bo played Fri
day afternoon, Sept. 3, at 4 o'clock at
tho CapoUBa hotel, Pino Brook, between
Pntrlck Duddy, tho winner of J. White's
big handicap, and Thomas Bell, tho
champion of Sibley, for a purso of J50 a
side. Tho distance Is to be ten yards, two
soft sticking clay ends, two-Inch pins, one
nnd one-hnlf Inch high, five-pound
quoits. These men havo met beforo and
Bell was tho winner. There is great
rivalry between them and a good day's
sport may bo expected.
. Tho I'ntchen-l'olntcr Unco.
Hartford( Ccnn., Aug. 29. Tho race be
taken Joo Patchen nnd Star Pointer at
Charter Oak park, scheduled for Satur
day, will take place next Thursday after,
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real value. Ladies', Gents' and Children's Hosiery at deeply cut
prices. See our lie. Stockings.
Handkerchiefs, Laces, llibbons, Trimmings, Embroideries,etc,
at prices made low enough to close them out quick.
It's a splendid time to visit our store if
and wish to save money.
CONNOLLY & WALLACE
209 Washington Avenue.
At reduced prices, still continues. We have $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.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
I" 6r SALE-DE3IHAHLE LOT," WITH
' house on rear, 018 N. Washington nve.
nue; owner leaving city. OOl Ciuinoyave.
SITUATION WANTED-TO DO WASII
1ns nnd Ironlne by tho day; best of refer
ences. Address 620 Lackawanna nvenue,
YOUNO MAN WITH EXPti&IENCE AS
accountant, deilres position in an olllce
or with wholesale house; references. W. S.(
A LADY DLSIRES A POSITION AS
stenographer, bookkeeper or ns copyist;
anxious to secure employment. Address Z.,
SITUATION WANTED-IiY A COLORED
O man who has had several yenrs' experi
ence nscoachmnn: can give good reference.
Address JOHN DROWN, Trlbuue office.
WANTED-A SITUATION, UY AN Ex
perienced young lady ns clerk in store
or nsslstnnt lu ofllce. Address, M. 11., DOl
SITUATION WANTED-AH AN EftRAND
girl. Apply, lXX2Swetland street.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A WOMAN
O to go out washing nnd cleaning olllces
by tho day. Address, 033 Mineral street,
SITUATION WANTED-AS A SECOND
O hnnd bread nnd -cake baker in city, or
first hand In country. Shop experience, ten
yenrs; sober; intelligent; married. Address,
GEORGE M. NOLL, 1005 Price street,
SITUATION WANTED-AS HUTCHER;
flrst-clnss meat cutter nnd bologna
maker; good peddler. Strictly temperate.
Address, DUTCH Kit, 10X8 Jackson street,
N ELDERLY LADY WOULD LIKE A
few encasements ns nurse, or would no
cept n position ns housekeeper, in the homo
ot n respectable working mnn; wnges no ob
ject to n good home. Address C. I. L., Gen
era) Delivery, city.
murrled man, experienced in olllce work
desires n position; will work at nny honest
employment; enn furnish references. Ad
dress J, 11., Tribune Olllce.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A COLORED
O mnn, in n wenlthy private family; can
furnish you with twelve years' experience.
Address In the rear of 4XX Mndlson nvenue,
City. Call nt 6 p. in.
SITUATION WANTED-DRUGQIST, REG
yj lstcred, young mnn, single; 8 years' ex
perience; speaks several languages; Al ref
erence; first-clous prescriptions. A. K. L.,
YODNQMAN WHO THOROUGHLY UN
derstands meat, rinli, oyster and grocery
business, desires position In or out of city.
Address X620 1'Htston avenuo, Scranton, l'a.
WANTED-AS A LAUNDRESS ON NEW
m kind of work by the day; can give ref
erences. Address T. K., 701 Elm street,
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG
iniiu to work in n grocery store; good
references. Address llox 402. Dunmore, l'a.
WANTED-SITUATION II Y A GERMAN
girl in small family; good references.
Address io;i 1 Luoke street.
SITUATION WANTED-AS A GROCERY
clerk: has had 7 years' experience In the
grocery line; speaks fi different languages;
or salesman on tho road; can furnish satis
factory references. Address C. W Tribune
the Three Best Wheels
Co., 126 and 128
2 Gents' Keatings, new $42.00
1 Ladies' Keating, new 42.00
Second-Hand Spaldings 30.00
Sec6nd-Hand Keatings 30.00
Also 1 Second-Hand Columbia for 28.00
1 Second-Hand Hunterfor ;.... 20.00
Many other bicycle bargains from $10.00 up.
be sold immediately.
AGENTS WANTED EXPERIENCED
canvassers to Introduce now lllble Ques
tlons and canvass for most bpautlful maga
line; good pny. Write "LEISURE HOURS,"
008 Arch street. Philadelphia.
KLONDIKE AGENTS WANTED FOR
large illustrated book of Klondike, five
hundred pnges; prlcoSl.no; outfit lOo. Ad
dress NATIONAL PUHLISlUNG CO,, Lake
side Building, Chicago, III.
ELIAHLE AGENTS WANTED; NO
otner nccu uppiy. uox iju, ocramou,
WANTED-AOENTS TO SOLICIT I1UILD
ing nnd Loan stock; relerence re
quired. Address PENN, euro Tribune.
txFanted-solicitors; no deliveI
lug, no collecting; position permanent;
pay weekly; state nge. GLEN DROTIIErW,
llochester, N. Y.
AGENT8-WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO
do about Safe Citizenship price 91. Go
ing by thousand. Address NICHOLS,
AGENTS-TO SELL OUR PRACTICAL
gold, silver, nickel nnd copper electro
plasters; prices from t'J upward; snlnry nnd
expenses paid; outfit free. Address, wlla
stumi- MICHIGAN .MFO CO., Chicago.
AGENTS-TO SELL CIGARS TO DEAL
ers; $2ft weekly nnd expenses; experi
ence unnecessary. CONSOLIDATED MFG
CO., 48 Van lluren St., Chicago.
AI1.I1RIGGS CLEANS PRIVY VAULTS
nnd ress pools; no odor. Improved
pumps used. A. 11K1GGS, Proprietor.
Leave orders 1100 N. Malnava, or Elckes"
drug store, corner Adams and Mulberry,
CHAB. COOPER, CITY SCAVENGER.
All orders promptly attended to. day or
night. All the latost appliances. Charges
reasonable. 710 Scraulon street. House,
2126 Washburn street.
you want Dry Goods
C. M. FLOREY,
222 Wyoming Avenue,
Jurlsch's Is tho place. These prices talk
for themselves. All wheels guaranteed and
ure '07 goods.
List. Selling Price
Olives, $100.00 $ 70.00
Gales, SS0.00 55.00
Stormers, $75.00 G0.00
Suburbans, $05.00 40.00
Stormers, $00.00 40.00
Winners, $50.00 30.00
Nuggets, $00.00 27.50
Orients! $100.00 100.00
Trinities, $100.00 100.00
Positively the Cheapest Place In Scranton to
Purchase a GOOD Wheel.
324 Sprues SL
Id Jerrayn Building.
CHIROPODIST AND MANICURE,
COItNS, HUNIONS AND INGROWING
mils cured without tbe least pain or
drawing blood. Consultation nnd ndvlce
given free, li M. HETZEU Chiropodist,
330 Lackawanna avenue. Ladles attended
nt their rceldeuco If desired. Charges mode r