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THE SCRANTON TUIBUNB-'J'nURSDA.Y MORNING, SEPTEMBER ii, 189T.
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BASE BALL GAMES
Syracuse and Toronto
GRAYS WON, BUT WERE OUTPLAYED
Allien Hnd the Ilcst of tho Hit nnd
Error Columns but Tlioy Weren't
I.quiil to tho ClinneoR Offered to
Wlii-.Wilkcs-Hnrrcnii- nt Spring
Held Underwent tlio Us mil Ordcnl.
Providence o Scranton 7
lluflnlo 9 Sjmcuc 5
Montreal 7 Toronto 3
Springfield 10 Wllkes-Uarre.. 3
P. W. L. P.O.
Syracuse IK k'l 60 .032
Toronto 125 74 Gl Mi
Buffalo 132 71 58 .Wl
Springfield IK 69 67 .5H
ProvMenco 121 K K W'J
Scranton 115 02 Gil .152
Tdontrcal 121 4! 73 .-'J5
Wllkes-Barro 119 30 i'J .252
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SOHANTON AT PROVIDENCE.
."WILKKS-BARRK AT SPRINGFIELD.
BUFALO AT SYRACUSE.
TORONTO AT MONTREAL.
Miners Found the Hall, but Tliey Failed
.' . to Swat It at Opportune
Providence, n. I., Sept. 22. Timely
hitting enabled Providence to win from
Scranton today. Two games will be
played tomorrow. Score:
A.B. R. II,
Welgand, 3b 4 12
Lyons, cf 5 1 0
Oiirlcn, 2b 1 0 2
Abbey, If 4 11
Drauby, rf 4 2 2
Coogan, c .
30 9 13 27 11 3
A.B. It. H. O. A. U.
Bonner, 2b G 2 3 S b 0
Walters, cf 5
Masscy, lb ..
Eagan, f ....
Mogul re, 3b
Johnson, p ..
Totals 40 7 11 27 20 1
Providence 1 0 2 0 0 3 0 3 0-9
Scranton 0 10 0 5 10 0 0-7
Earned runs Providence, 1; Scranton, 6.
Two-bas, hits Welgand, Drauby, Bon
ner, 2; Walters, Massey, Magulre. Three
baso hit Gritlln. Home runs Eagan,
Drauby. Stolen bases Wclfiaml, Lyons.
Double plays Coogan to O'Brien; Cooney
to O'Brien to Bassctt; Bonner to Boyd to
Masoy to Sullivan. Baso on balls Oil
Hodson, 2; off Johnson. G. Struck out
By Hudson, 2; by Johnson, 2. Passed ball
Boyd. Time 1.45. Umpire Umber.
Nineteen Hits OirKrcnnn.
Springfield, Mass., Sept. 2. Tho homo
team won today's game by batting Keen
an hard while Korwln was Invincible at
critical points. Score;
A.B, It. H. O. A. E.
Magoon, ss G 2 2 3 4 0
Green, If G 1 1 2 0 0
Bannon, rf G 3 G 0 1 0
Brouthcrs, lb 5 1 4 10 0 0
Nichols, o G 0 0 G 2 0
Rogers, 2b 3 3 1 G a 1
Or.'bert, 3b G 0 3 1 4 0
Woods, rf 3 0 3 10 0
Korwan, p 4 0 0 0 10
10 19 27 11
A.B. R. H.
Betts, cf 4 0 1
Meaney, rf 3
Odwell, 2b ..
Clouding, c ..
Browse, ss ..
Kecnan, p ..
Totals 33 3 8 24 14 2
Springfield 1 0 4 113 0 0 x 10
Wllkes-Barre 0 2010000 0 3
Earned runs Springfield, 4; Wilkes
Barre. 1. Stolen bases Bannon, 2; Gond
Ing. Two-baso hits Magroon, Bannon, 2;
Odwell, Prows. Three-baso hit Ather
ton. First baso on balls Off Korwan, 2;
01T Keenan, 3. Struck out By Korwan, 4.
A Wonderful Medicine
Tot Bilious and KeryouB dlsordcrs.such as Wind
end Pain In tho Btomacn, Sick Headache, atddt.
ness, Fullness and Swelling after meals, Dizzi
ness and Drowsiness, Cold Chills, Flushings ot
Boat, Loss ot Appetite, Shortness of Breath, Cos
tlvoDoss, Blotches on tho Skta, Slsturbod Sloop,
rrlghttul Dream), and all XerTous and Tromb
ling Sensations, &c.,Vrhon these symptoms ore
caused by constipation, as most ot thorn aro.
THE FIRST DOSE WILL GIVE RELIEF IN TWENTY
MINUTES. This is no fiction. Erery sufferer is
earnestly Invited to try ono Box ot these Fills
and they will bo ockuoivlediced to bo
l WONDERFUL MEDICINE.
I3EECHA?IS PILLS, taken as directed.
will quickly restore, Females to complete health.
Zbcy promptly remove obstructions or irregu
larltloa ot the system. For a
thoy act like magic a ton doses will work won.
ders upon tho Vital Organs) strengthening the
muscular system, restoring the long-lost com
plexion, bringing back the keen edge ot appe
tltc, and arousing with the Hosebud of
Zlcalth tlie whole physical enercy ot
tho human frame. These ore facts admitted by
thousands, in all classes ot society, and one ot
the best guarantees to the Nervous and Debili
tated is that medium's l'llls have tho
Lnrtjot Sale of nuy latcut JUcdlcliio
lu tho AVorld.
WITHOUT A RIVAL.
Annual Sales mora than 6,000,000 Boxes
Sic at Drug Stores, or wilt be sent by U,a
Agents. B. V. ALLEN CO., SSI Canal St., Mew
Xork, post paid, upon receipt or prioe. Boot:
tree upon application.
Wild pitches Korwnn,
1.30. Umpire Docschcr.
No Ilrrors by tlin Bisons.
Syracuse. N. Y Bept. 22. The Huffnlos
won tho last game of tha championship
season from tho Stars today, Score:
A.B. It. II.
Eagan, 2b 4 0 0
Garry, cf 4-12
Smith, 3b 4 11
Ryan, o ., 5 12
Lczotte,. lb 4 12
Lampe, If G 0 1
Kissinger, rf 4 0 1
Karl, lb 0 0 0
SchlcbeckJ, B3 4 0 1
Horton, p 3 11
Totals 37 G 11 27 12
Orcy, rf , 430
Field, lb 4 2 3
Qllboy. If G 2 1
Wise, 2b 3 13
Gremlnger, 3b G 0 1
Barry, eh 4 0 0
Clynicr, cf 4 0 0
Umuhart, o G 1 2
Gray, p 4 0 1
Totals 3S 9 11 S7 8 0
Syracuso 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 4 G
Buffalo 3 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0-!)
Earned runs Syracuse, 1; Buffalo, 6.
Two-baso hits Urquhart Field. Threo
baso hits Lczotte, Gremlnger. First baso
on balls Off Horton, G; off Gray, 3. Hit
by pitcher By Gray, 3. Struck out By
Horton, 2; by Gray, 1. Double pliys
Smith to Ea trail to Lczotte. Passed balls
Urquhar:, 2. Loft on bases Syracuse, 6;
Buffalo, 7. Time 1.G0. Umplie Swart
wood. I'ivc Hits Oil Ycrrlck.
Montreal, Sept. 22. Ycrrlck pitched a
magnificent Kama for .Montreal today and
Toronto could do nothing with lilm.
A.B. R. H.
Shannnon, es 6 2 2
Bannon, If 4 2 1
Shearon, rf 6 0 1
Glcr, 2b GOO
Dooley, lb Gil
Hichtcr, cf 4 0 2
Henry, 3b 4 0 1
Butler, c 4 2 2
Ycrrlck, p 4
Totals 40 7 10 27 17
A.B. It. II.
Snyder, o Gil
White, If 4 0 0
MoGann, lb 2 11
McIIale, cf 4 0 0
Freeman, rf 4 11
Smith, 3b 4 0 1
Casey, ss 4 0 1
Taylor, 2b 4 0 0
Gaston, p 3 0 0
Wagner 10 0
Totals 35 3 G
Batted for Gaston In ninth.
Montreal 2 0 0 0 3
Toronto 0 0 10 0
Earned runs Montreal, 1.
hits Bannon, Butler, Snyder.
Butler, 2. Stolon bases Bannon, Doo
ley. Hit by pitcher By Yorlrck, 2. Struck
out By Ycrrlck, 4; by Gaston, 2. Left
on bates Montreal, 5; Toronto, C. Time
1.40. Umpire O'Neill.
W. L. P.C.
S7 M .707
i'J 37 .70!
79 45 .W7
70 Gl .505
C5 GU .521
67 07 ..--
G7 C9 ..-
GS 60 .41S
G5 70 .440
61 72 .429
61 73 .411
29 w .iva
Now York lit
St. Louis 125
Brooklyn at Boston.
Baltimore at New York.
Washington at Philadelphia,
Chicago at Cleveland.
Cincinnati at Plttsburff.
Louisville, at St. Louis.
Another for Sow Yorlc.
Now York, Sept. 22. Amolo pitched for
Baltlmoro tho first two Innings and was
hit hard by New York. Hoffer then went
In and was very effective but New York
finished a winner. Score- It. U.K.
Now York 1 2 1 0 0 0 2 0 U 8 3
Baltlmoro 00001200 1-4 9 2
Batteries Symour nnd Warner; Amole,
Hoffer and Robinson. Umpires Hurst
and Carpenter. ,
Boston Crnulinu Up.
Boston, Sept. 22 Boston defeated Brook
lyn today In an easy fashion. Gamo was
called In the seventh on account of dark
ness. Score: K.H.U.
Boston 2G04 10 0 12 15 1
Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o 7 G
Batteries StUctts, Sullivan and Lake;
Payno and Smith. Umpire Lynch.
Miserable Fielding Giuno.
Cleveland, O., Sept. 22. Tho Colts put
up a miserable Melding- gamo today and
tho Indians slugged tho ball hard. Score;
Cleveland 2 0 G 1 3 2 3 1 18 18 4
Chicago 00 HOG 00 07 8 !
Battorles Younnr and Zlnuner; Ft lend
and Klttridgc. Umpire O'Duy.
Phillies Took tlin l.nst Cnme.
Philadelphia, Sept. 22. Philadelphia de
feated Washington today in tho last gamo
of tho season here. The Phillies could do
very llttlo with Swalm's pltdhlug nnd tho
Senators had tho gamo well In hand In
the eighth Inning, when a baso on balls
and Shugart's homo run tied tho score.
In the ninth Cooley's hit and Lajolo's two
bagger gavo the victory to the Phillies.
Washington 2 00 10 0100 4 10 2
Philadelphia 110 0 0 0 0 2 16 8 6
Batteries Swalm and McGuIre; Dunklo
and Boyle. Umpire Emslle.
Unch Won n Giiinr.
Pittsburg, Sept. 22. Tlio Pirates and
Reds split even today cm two games. In
tha first gamo Klllui was hit very hard
whtNl Dwyer kept his hits scattered.
larkness ended the second gamo In tho
seventh inning. Scores:
First game R.H.E.
Pittsburg 0000 110002 0 3
Cincinnati 10 10 12 3 3 21321 1
Batteries KUlcn and Sugden; Dwyer
and Schrlver. Umpire McDonald.
Second game R.H.K.
Pittsburg 201023 8 D 3
Cincinnati 10 010 11 4 U 0
Batteries Hastings ami Merrlttj Pcltx
and Schrlver. Umpire McDonald.
AMATEUR BALL NOTES.
The Carbondalo Reds defeated the Dun
moro Colombos by the following score:
Reds 4 1 1 1 2 0 110 13 2
Colombos 2311020 a ID (J
I'cnusy Detents Iliicluicll.
Lcwlsburg, Pa., Sept. 12. The foot ball
team of tho University of Pennsylvania
en route from their training quarters at
Eagle's Mere to Philadelphia, opened tho
season hero today with Bucknell univer
sity beforo e-evernl thousand people. The
game resulted In a score of 17 to 0 In tar
vor of tho University or Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania obtained two touchdowns
through bad fumbles on tho part of Buck
nell. The only point really earned was a
beautiful noal from the field by Pennsyl
vania's full back.
GOT THE DECISION
Defeated Stanton Abbolt at Laurel
Park Last Night.
FIFTEEN ROUNDS WERE TAA1E
Ticlio Wns in tho Pink of Condition
nnd Abbott Was Not, but tlioScrnn
tonlnn Wns tho Victim oi Ovcr
Cuutlon nnd thu Victory Contnlncd
but Iiittlo Honor--At No Tlmo Was
There l'rospcct of n (nick Finish.
Tho lS-round clove contest between
Stanton Abbott, of England, nnd John
Tlghe, of this city, was decided in
favor of the latter nt Laurel Hill park
Inst night. The event took place in the
dunclng pavilion and was witnessed by
ubout 230 spectators.
In more than ono respect the bout
wan disappointing. At no tlmo was
there any sovero fighting or any pros
pect of the affair being decided in less
than the fixed number of rounds and
neither boxer did tho best work of
which he wns capable. Abbott was
hog fat and in no condition to work
for even eight rounds, nnd Tlghe,
though in the very pink of condition,
was plainly a victim ot over-caution
and fear of the ring knowledge, box
ing nblllty and vicious hitting power
of the Britisher.
Kddle Coleman was agreed upon for
referee after n. great deal of trouble
and delay, which postponed the be
clnnlng of the contest until 10.17
o'clock. Tho timekeepers were Wil
liam Haeder and Al Rose, the Lacka
wanna avenue hatter. In Tighe's cor
ner were Dick Eavcrs, Pat Murphy and
Paddy Hopkins, the two former com
prising the backbone of tho National
Sporting club, under whose ausplce3
the affair was given. Abbott was
handled by Toby Gardner, John Kelly
nnd Tonv Gordon.
The men were to have weighed In at
13S pounds. Tlghe was not over that
weight and was in ns good trim as a
fighter could bo. Abbott was at least
five pounds more in weight than the
Scrnntonlan, but this wns a decided
handicap nnd not an advantage, as tho
extra weight was unmistakable fat,
which was In evidence on all parts of
his body. He was content to give a
wonderfully clever exhibition of de
fensive tactics, allowing Tlghe to jab
away nt him from the first clang ot tho
gong until the finish. Rarely did the
ex-champion of England assume the
aggressive, but when he did go at his
man there was a menace and experi
ence in his style which kept Tlghe busy
with his feet.
After fourteen rounds of tag anil
few clinches the men came together
for the wlndup. Tlghe had gained
courage and went at his man In a
more determined fashion and which
might have been more effective It ho
began early In the bout, but his
prancing had tired him nnd his forced
energy was not productive of any re
sult. The only marks dn either man
was a slight abrasion of tho skin on
Tighe's forehead and a cut over Ab
bott's left eye, received in the fifteenth
Tighe's Jabbing leads had earned
him tho decision given by Referee Cole
mun and nobody was sorry when the
bout ended at 11.10 o'clock.
Tho first preliminary was one of
four rounds at 130 pounds "between Mike
Connors, of Peckvllle. and James Jack
son, of Old Forge. What Jackson lack
ed in science hi3 possessed in stiff
punching ability but tho latter did not
offset the superior cleverness of the
PecUvlllo box:r who did most of the
fighting and was justly given the de
cision. Christ Rose, of the South Side, and
Tony Gordon, of tho Nineteenth "Ward,
met In a friendly thr-c-round exhibi
tion bout In which no decision was
given. Gordon proved an agreeablo
surprise notwithstanding his awkward
style and was surely the equal of his
c-pponent In the number of rounds they
TWO NOTED CRACKS.
."UcAulille and Rynn to Box Hero Next
Jack McAullffe, of Brooklyn the once
premier lightweight ot the world, and
Tommy Ryan, of Philadelphia, one of
the best fancied candidates for cham
pionship honors In the county, have
bam matched to box in this city next
The men will meet In a ten round
bout for a decision at Music Hall be
fore the American Sporting- cltf.
New York, Sept. 22. The boxing bouts
scheduled to tako placo tonight at tho
arena of tho Eastern Athletic club in
Wllllamsiburg. were declared off. owlnc to
the club's not having a jiroper license to
allow boxing contests. The chief attrac
tion scheduled was a ten-round, go be
tween Jack McAullffe and Jack Downey
nnd It was announced that this was set
over until October 1, but In till probability
this means an Indefinite postponement.
WORLD'S RECORD LOWERED.
Grcnt Performance i John R. Gentry
nnd Hobort J.
Philadelphia, Sept. 22. Tho pacer. John
R. Gentry and Robert J this afternoon,
on tho Belmont track, lowered tho world's
doubto team record for a mile to 2.03. Tho
quarters were; .33, 1.01U, 1.37, 2.W.
Tho previous record was 2.03U, held by
Mrs. W. D. D. Stokes' Miss RItta and
Fntclien Defeats Pointer.
Milwaukee, Sept. 22,Joo Patchen easily
defeated Star Pointer two out of thrco
lieats at tho fair grounds today. Pointer
won tho first heat In 2.03ft, breaking the
state record. Tho big bay acted badly In
the second and third heats, however, and
Patchen carried off the $3,000. Time,
Cartload of Cold
"If you dumped a
cart.lond of gold at my
feet it would not bring
such Joy and gladness
Into my life." Sowritiw
a prominent man
using tho methpf l?
restored . A""1 ""
whohai?" a,a" I'".
i ":iies. over-worli
,r i l habits of youth
makes it all plain may U' s'",,?"" '"J
by writing tup r1"" without charge
Anit NILUIUftL I.U.,
ra St., Uuffalo, N. Y.
Ho C. O. D.
Juit the bj
no patent medicines
under plain fetter teal,
A GREAT SURPRISE IS IN STORE
for those who will so today an KOtn pack
age of GKAIN-O. It takes tbeplnco ofcotroe
nt about 14 the cost. It Is n food drink, full
of health. Hnd can bo given to tho children na
well im the adult with great benefit. It U
made of pure grains nnd looks and tastes
like tha finest (trades of Mocha of Java coffee.
It satisfies everyone. A cup of UrAln-O Is
better for tho system than n tonic, because
Use bncllt Is permanent. What cotreo breaks
down Grnln-O builds nn. Ask your grocer
for GRAIN-O. 16c. and 2fio.
RACES AT flTTSTON,
Interesting Events at Luzerne County
Fair Yesterday Well-Known
Trotters on the Track.
Special to tho Scranton Tribune.
Plttston, Sept. 22. Tho attendance ot
tho county fair today was exceedingly
large. Tho chief interest was manifested
In tho horso races. Tho several heats tvere
close and exciting.
Tho summary follows:
First race Best 3 In G heats, 2.23 class;
Nellie B, b. m. L. A. Patterson.. 4
Prince M, b. s., Stewart Fletoncr. 2
Magglo Davis, b. m John E. Dtv-
Myrtle J, b. m.. W. H. St. John.. 3
Time, 2.2SU. 2.32H. 2.32'., 2.26',5.
Second race One mile; purse, $50;
best 3 in S heats. Special raco for local
Pilot Girl, b. m., A. Travis 1 1 1
Bradford Boy, ch. g., Kd Wldncr... 2 2 2
Molllo B, ch. m., Jaa. Llewllyn 3 3 3
Benefactor, Jr, b. s., M. Collier, Jr.. 6 5 6
Choir, s. m., J. A. Wood 4 4 4
Time, 2.421,4, 2.11H. 2.41.
Tho events nnd entries for today's races
are as follows:
2.21 class L. A. Patterson, Carbondale,
br. m. Kit Cloud; W. S. Smiles, Hazleton,
enters b. g. Spain; R. B. Westlako, 8;ran
ton, enters Beauty; John Lannlng,
Wllkes-Barrev enters b. m. Aunlo J; Del
Footc, Scranton, enters Miller Lee; Geo.
Dunn, Scranton, enters b. m. Ccdclla;
Fred Cook, Scranton, enters b g. Bclman.
2.35 class F. L. Crane, Scranton, enters
b. g. Cheltenham Prlnco; Del Foote,
Scranton, enters Grand Sultan,
In addition to the Chariot races, Ro
man, Hurdle and Running races by
Miss Myrtle Peek and others every day,
and the amateur bicycle race on Wed
nesday, the following trotting and pac
ing events aro scheduled:
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29.
2.29 Class Purse $150.00
3.00 Class Purse $100.00
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30.
2,24 Class Purse $160.00
2.37 Class Purse $150.00
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1.
2.45 Class Purse $100.00
2.19 Class Purse $200.00
Every class will fill and great racing
will result. A professional Judgo has
Luzerne electric cars will connect, at
Luzerne, for Dallas every hour during
the Dallas Fair. Special rates the
lowest ever ofteed.
Trains on D., L. & "W. will meet at
Bennetts with electric cars for Dallas.
Tho Lehigh Valley will run a special
excursion train, leaving Wllkes-Barro
at 12.30, returning leave Dallas at 6 p.
m. Fare for round trip, 32 cents.
Fcmicuro Liver Pills.
Bright women will use "FEMICURE
LIVER PILLS" because they are spec
ially prepared for ladies only. While
they act directly upon the Liver, Kid
neys, Stomach and Bowels, they at tho
came tlmo wonderfully regulate and
strengthen tho functions and organs
peculiar to tho sex. They relieve Con
stipation, Sick Headache, Dizziness,
Indigestion, Torpid Liver, Bllllousness,
Bad Complexion, Irregularities, Back
ache, Weight in Pelvis, etc. One lit
tle pill a dose. 25 cents. Sold by Carl
Lorenz. druggist, 418 Lackawanna ave.,
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FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
T7QR SALE OHEAP-3 HEAD OF HEAVY
V team horses, or will exchange for farm
nroduce. lnaulre F. E.
Drinker street. Duumoro,
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
S 3,000 WILL PURCHASE AN ESTAB
llshcd business which has paid since Jan.
nary 1, 1803, over $3,000 dear or all ex
penses; must sell on account of other bust
ness and falling health; everything confiden
tial. C. F care Tribune.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
ten, formerly conducted by Miss Board
man, will be reopened by Miss Pratt and
Miss Wilcox on Monday, Sept. 13, at Olft
Mulberry street For terms or other inform
ation, address or apply at Olft Mulberry Ut.
. sM. Jk
"iflCiLIiAtv'i5'frAL'jiEETiNG of tiikmK
X "ersof The Lackawanna Store Associa
tion, limited, will be held at the otnee of tho
Association In tho city of Scranton, on
Wednesday, October llth, 1807, nt 2 o'clock
p. in , for the election of managers for the
ensutngyear, and for the transaction of such
other business ua may properly come beforo
J. P. HIGGINHON, Secretary.
Scranton, Pa., Sept. inth, 1B07.
AB.BIIIGGS CLEANS PRIVY VAULTS
. nnd cess pools; no odor. Improvod
pumps used. A. IIRIGGS, Proprietor.
Leave orders 1100 N. Mnln.nve., or Ktokes'
drug store, corner Aduuu und Mulberry.
piIAB. COOPER, CITY SCAVENGER,
' All orders promptly attended to, day or
night. All the latest appliances. Ubargo
reasonable. 710 Scranton street. Ho us
1120 Washburn street.
THE REMOVAL SALE
Goes on with increased vigor as the
time for moving draws near. We expect
that we will be settled in the new place
in about two weeks.
In the meantime, we're going to give
you greater inducements than ever to buy
Dry Goods. Every department in the
store is especially attractive now with its
of New Fall Goods.
Ana tne prices on an lines irom one
end of the store to the other are so ex
tremely low that you cannot afford to let
this opportunity pass. Prices are on the
jump, jump, jump, and a little later you'll
pay a great deal more for your Dry Goods
than we will sell them to you now for.
Call and see us before we move and
pick up some of the best bargains of your
CONNOLLY & WALLACE,
ENDER A. CO.,
SH UATIONS WANTED.
Q1TUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG
O man 21 years old, slnglo man, us bar
tender or waiter In dining room. Address
II. ti., 813 Willow street, Scranton, Pa,
WANTED BY A YOUNG LADY-SITUA-tlon
a stonogrnpher and typewriter;
exnerlencod; best of references. Address M.,
SITUATION WANTED TO GO OUT
J the first cart of the week washing; wash.
lngsnnd ironing taken home, also.
aaaress l,. 11., uji Miimner nvenuo.
SITUATION WANTED BY A MARRIED
man, 4ft years of age, as pump runner or
stationary euglneer; ten years experience.
Address 11. R., care Tribune olllcc.
SITUATION WANTED BY A MIDDLE
aged and married man Will take any
thing but tiavellng agent. On salary prefered.
Address C. L., Tribune ofllco.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A BOY TO
S3 drlvon delivery wagon: enn give refer
ences. Address F. R. I., Tribuno ofllco.
WANTED-A POSITION AS CLERK IN
olllce or gents' furnishing store, by a
boy aged is: can furnish references. Ad
dress J. it., Tribune otJlco.
SITUATION WANTED BY AN EXPERI
enced grocery clerk; Is strictly tempernte
and honest and a tlrst-clats hustler; a good
hand to take orders, well acquainted lu all
parts of the city: can give references. Ad
dress J, R. J., Tribune office.
T7ANTEDPOSlTION AS BOOKKEEP
V er, salesman or shipping clerk, by ex
perienced man; well acquainted lu Scranton
and surrounding country: want to make a
chango Oct. l, 1807; references. Address
HARRY WRIGHT, Geueral Delivery, city.
ITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG
man (231: good penman, accurate In
figures; can drive and taico caro of horses;
work of any kind.
O. II. J. G., 702 Prospect
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG
man to drlvo team or do most nny kind
of work; must have work at once; Is sober
and reliable, Addres D. B., 001 Price St.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG
married man as Janitor or fireman; ex
perienced in running small engines; not
afraid of work, Address 11 C, so Lacka
wanna avenue, city.
O ITUATION WANTED-BY A MARRIED
O man ns teamster, driver or coachman,
experienced and thorough horseman; can
furnish best of references. Address J. C, 140
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG
mun as stenographer, typewriter, book
keeper, estimate or bluing clerk; expeit at
figures: eight years' experience; Al penman;
work shows for Itself. Address F. L. 1)., 710
tFttNtTu3A MIDDLE-AGED MAN,
small engine; also used to bTiTycr.work, will
accept !1 or 4 days n woek; also jdTr-ftojy
Address J, W. V., Tribuno olllce, '
SITUATION WANTED-TO DO WASII
Ing and Ironing by the day; best of refer
ences. Address 02U Lackuwanna avenue,
YOUNG MAN WITH EXPERIENCE AS
accountant, desires position In an ofllce
or with wholesale house; reference. W. S.,
A LADY DLSIRES A POSITION AS
stenographer, bookkeeper or as copyist;
anxious to secure employment. Address Z.,
SITUATION WANTKD-UY A COLORED
O man who has bud several years' expert,
nnreuacout'timun: can clvo cood reference.
Address JOHN BROWN. Trlbuue olllce.
FOOT BALL GOODS
Our lino of Foot Ball Goods
U now complete. The prices
better than ever. Wo rtro
furnishing teams with hotter
goods at lower prices than
over bofore; call and get
prices. Wo have just ordered
a largo lino of Golf clubs and
suudrios; will bo ablo to show
them in a fow days. Wo will
be pleasod to have yon call
and examino them. At
222 Wyoming Ave.
Y. M C, A. Bldg,
(VR PRICBS AND GOODS are Just right.
AvhfeV!.VAn;,ia jmN?y by deullng with
Special Drives in ofVtUW"B !"'
a yy& .
f-.i .v,f i
4s-5Y"t-- A '
is. uuns, iMsning tnck.k'M,'u;,7
Ituse Hull, Footbull and AUilW9 '
Goods, at prices that defy competlou.
CHIROPODIST AND MANICURE,
CORNS, BUNIONS AND INGROWING
nails cured without the least pain or
drawing blood. Consultation and advloe
glcn free. E. M. HETISEL, Chiropodist.
330 Lackawanna avenue. Ladles attended
at their residence If desired. Charges moderate.