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THE SCRANTON ritlBir.N'Jffi-MCKsrDA.Y MORNTNGh SEPfEMBER 1S7, 18BT.
Cincinnati to St. Louis 4
Clnclnnstl 8 St. Louis 6
Cleveland 8 LouUvlll a
W. L. I'.C.
llnltlmorc Ml 37 .701
lloston W 38 .703
New York ...i HI 40 .MS
Cincinnati 71 51 .C7S
Cleveland ' .'.. to (0 JW
Htooklyn ...... ..i GO 09 .465
Washington HS K .457
Plttsbl'j no 70 .411
CIiIchk M 71 .111
Philadelphia HI 75 .41!)
Loulsvlllo M 7(5 .402
at. l.onls 27 109 .213
Hoston at Unltlmore.
Philadelphia, at lirooklyii.
Washington at Now York
Cincinnati nt St. Louie.
Louisville at Cleveland.
Chicago at Pittsburg.
Over 18,IOO Persons Hnw tlio Orioles
Win mi Inciting t; n inc.
Baltimore, Mil.. Sept. 26. It Is again
"nip mid tuck" between the champions
untl the Hostonluns In the pennant
race, with the champions a scant nose
In the lead by virtue of having won
yesterday's! Ramp. With the llnlsh In
slKht, and but four Karnes left to piny
by the one club, nnd five for the other,
n mlsplay of any kind from this time
mi will probably cost the maker of It
the distinction of being a member of
the liwt base ball team on earth and
cause him to get ti smaller Instead of
u larger share of the Temple Cup
Over 18,000 persons saw Baltimore go
Into llrsl place yesterday. The score:
A.B. It. H. O. A. E.
MoUiaw, 8b 4 0 113 1
Keclcr, rf 4 2 2 0 0 0
Jennings, ss 5 12 5 5 0
Kelley, If 10 2 0 0 0
Sterize!, of 5 0 13 0 0
Doyle, lb 4 1 1 11 3 0
Reltz, 2b 3 0 0 110
Robinson, u ......... 1 1 3 5 1 0
Jlorfer, p 3 11110
Totals .' M C 13 27 17 1
A.U. it. 11. O. A. K.
Hamilton, cf 3 0 2 5 0 0
Tcnney, lb 1 o o u 1 o
Lowe. 2b 5 o.o : 3 o
Stahl, rf 4 o l 1 o o
Dllffy. tf 4 12 2 0 0
Collins, Ob 3 0 0 13 0
l.Ollg. SB 4 12 0 2 0
Hergcll, e 4 0 0 3 0 0
Klobedanz, p 113 0 2 0
Totals 33 3 10 21 11 0
lialtlmore 1 2 0 0 0 0 2 1 x-6
lloston 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 03
Earned runs Baltimore, 5. Two-br.so
lilts llcffcr, Klobedanz, Long, Robinson
and Jennlgs, 2. Three-base hit Kecler.
Sacilflco lilt lloffer. Double plays Jen
nings and Doyle; McGraw and Doyle.
Left on bases Baltimore, 11; Boston, !).
Vlrst baso on ball? Off lloffer, 3; olf
Klobeilanz, 3. Hit toy pitched ba!l-!ly
lloffer, 1; by Klobedanz, 1. Struck out
By lloffer. 3; by Klobedanz, 1. Paused
Piill Itoblnson. Time Two hours. Um
pires Bmulle and Hurst.
OTHER SATURDAY GAMES.
At New York New York, 11; Washing
At Pittsburg Chicago, S; Pittsburg, 1.
At Brooklyn First game Brooklyn, 15;
Philadelphia, 3. Second same Brooklyn,
3; Philadelphia. 0.
At Cleveland First game Cleveland, P;
Louisville, fi. Sscond game Cleveland, (i;
At St. Louis First game Cincinnati, 7;
St. Louis, fi. Second game Cincinnati, 8;
St. Louis, T.
Cincinnati Wins Two from St. Louis.
St. Louis. Sept. 20. Tbo Reds won two
well played games from tho Drowns to
day. Both games were repleto with bril
liant Holding, lloy put up a wonderful
exhibition. Beckley got three homo runs
in the llrst game. Scores;
First game: R.H.E.
Cincinnati 0 12 0303111014 4
St. Louis 0 00000 2 114 S 3
Batteries DwJ"er and Schrlver; Sudhoft
nnd Douglass. Umpire Pears.
Second game R.H.H.
Cincinnati 4 0 0 12 0 0 10813 1
St. Louis 0 1 001 1 20 1 fi 11 2
Batteries Ithlnes nnd Peltz; Coleman
and Douglass. Umpire Pears.
Colonels How to the Inilinns.
Clevelund, O.. Sept. 2fi. Tho Indians
won the Inst game of tbo series from
the Colonels by lino fielding and Mc
Allister's good work In tho box. Only In
tbo sixth was he hit hard and In that
Inning tho Colonels made live hits nnd
four runs. Score: It.H.K.
Clevelund 03014000 8 11 0
Louisville 0 000040004 8 1
Batteries McAllister nnd Klmmcr; Mc
Uee, Wilson und Dexter. Umpire O'Day.
FOR THE STEINERT CUP.
Toronto Won tho First (inmo by Sit.
purior Ail-Around I'lnvitig.
Syracuse, Sept. 26. Errors by Schle
beek und WilllB nnd the latter's wlld-
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strengthen. Radway's Pills for the euro
ui an uiasniers oi me siomacn, llowels,
Kidneys, Bladder, Nervous Diseases, DIz
zlness, Vertigo, Costiveness, Piles.
ALL DISORDERS OP THE LIVER
Observo the following symptoms, result
ing from diseases of the dlgcstlvo organs:
Constipation, Inward piles, fullness of
b'.ood In tho head, acidity of the stomach
nausea, heartburn, disgust of food, f mil
ncss of weigh: of the stomach, sour eru;
utlons, sinking or fluttering of the heart
choking or suffocating sensations when
In a lying posture, dimness of vision, dots,
or wchs before tho sight, fever and dull
pain In tho head, deficiency of perspira
tion, yellowness of tha skin and eyes, p4in
In tho side, chest, limbs and sudden flush.
es of heat, burning in tho flesh, .
A few doses of RADWAY'S PILLS win
1 free the system of all tho above named
Price 25c per box, Sold by Druggists or
sent by mail. .. .
. Rend to Dr. RADWAY & CO,. Lock Rax
863,' New York-, for Hook of Advice.
ncss contributed largely to tho defeat
of the Htnrn yesterday In the first of
the Syrncuso-Toronto game for tho
Htelnert cup. The game was the poor
est exhibition that the Stars havo put
up on tho homo grounds ln many
AB. H. II. O. A. K.
Kngan, 2b 2 0 0 2 11
Garry, cf 4 0 2 3 0 0
J. Smith, 3b 3 114 3 0
Lampe, rf. ......... 10 0 2 0 0
Lczottc, rf 3 0 2 10 0
Ryan, c 3 0 14 10
Karl, lb 4 0 0 0 3 0
Schlebcclc, ss 3 10 112
Willis, p 3 0 1111
Marlarkcy 1 0 0 0 o 0
Totals 31 2 7 27 13 I
AH. R. If. O. A. K.
Lush, cf 4 10 0 0 0
While. If 12 10 0 0
McGann, lb 4 2 1 12 2 1
Freeman, rf. 5 12 2 10
Casey, c 2 2 1 fi 0 0
Dr. Smith. 3b 4 112 10
Wagner, ss 4 0 1 2 8 1
Taylor, 2b 5 0 2 4 10
Williams, p 5 0 10 0 0
Totals 37 3 10 27 13 2
Hatted for Willis In ninth.
Syracuse 0 0001001 02
Toronto 3 0300300 0
Earned runs Toronto, 1. Two base
hits Lezotte, 2; Freeman. Three base
hits McGann. First Ihirc on balls-Off
Willis, C; off Williams, 4. Hit by pitcher
-Hy Willis, 3. Struck out-By Willis,
fi: by Williams, 3. Doublo plays Schle
beck and Karl; Wagner nnd McClnnn.
Left on bases Syracuse, C; Toronto, 8.
Time of game 1.00. Umpire Swart
wood. RESERVED BY THE EASTERN.
Ollicinl Bulletin 11ns Ilccn Issued by
President 1'. T. Powers.
Tho official list of playcrH reserved by
Kustern league clubs has been Issued
as follows'by President P. T, Powers:
'Now York, CJ.pt. 23. Tho following
players have been reserved by their ru
bpectlve clubs for tho season of lSHs:
Toronto J. D. Casey, Frank Snyder,
W. M. Williams, W. Gaston, W. Dineen,
John McDougal, D. L McGann, W Tay
lor, Albert Wagner, John White, Koocrt
Mellalo and John Freeman.
Buffalo James Field, Sam Wise, John
Harry, Sutter Sullivan, Edward Greming
cr, R. C. Grey, William J. Clymer, Law
rence J. Gllboy, George B. Gray. James
Hrower, Frank Mcl'artlin, John Coch
rane, William Urquhart and Harry Smith.
Syracuse Jchn Ryan, Howard J. Earl,
William Eagan, Frank Schlebeck, Judson
Smith, John O'Brien, James Garry, Abel
Lezotte, Victor Willis, Henry Lampe,
John Malarkey, William Kissinger and Kl
Providence Wllllnu J. Murray, James
J. Cooney, Edward G. Dixon, John J.
Egan, Curt Welgand, George S. llodson,
Jacob C. Drauby, Charles E. Bassett,
Harry P. Lyons, Frank K. Ruddcrham,
William Urattn, Joseph Knight, John J.
O'Brien nnd Charjes Abbey.
Springfield James Duncan, Albert Nich.
ols, James Korwnn, Harry Dolan, Walter
S. Woods, Dan Brouthers, James F. Rog
ers. William H. Fuller, Daniel Green,
Peter Gilbert and James Bannon.
Scranton Frank Boynl, Joseph CVunson,
John O'Neill, George Harper, Thomas (311
lon, Thomas) Johnson. Stanley Yerkes.
Charles Morse, William Masbcy, Frank
Bonner, James' Mngulre, Peter Eagan.
John Walters, T. C. GrIIlin and P. J.
WIIkos-Barro Dan Shannon, Fred
Belts, Fred W. Odwell, William I,. Dlu
gln3, Luco M. Smith, Charles Atherton,
George C. Meakln, William Hottenus,
John M. Kecnan, Case Patton, John Goad
ing, Charles J. Prowse, T. H. Coleolough,
Howard W. Lurkey nnd John Mc.Mnhon.
Montreal Charles Dooley, J. M. Shear
on, R. Butler, William Yerrlck, A. D. Jlc
Farlan, Thomas Bannon, John M. Rlcht
er, Edward Henry; Frank Shannon, N.
Mason, W. F. MeNamara and Joseph Mul
very. Yours truly,
P. T. Powers, President.
FOR THE S0BY CUP.
Paterson,, X. J., Sept. 20. Lancascr
played for tho Soby cup at Olympic park
this afternoon, tho locals winning out In
tho ninth inning. The victory was the re
sult of errors by Hunnlvan, Lclcly and
Laroequo in tho ninth, being responsible
for three runs. Scoro: K.1I.U.
Paterson 3 0 0 10 0 1141012 1
Lancaster 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 ti 11 4
Batteries Vlau nnd Mink; Sprogel and
AMATEUR BASE BALL.
l.ncknuninins Mntlc Two Huns to tho
The Laclcawannas went to Mlnooka
yesterday nfternoon and defeated the
Mlnookas for the third time this yenr.
The feature of the gome was the catch
ing of Plnnerty and O'Nell, and Cole
man's work at shortstop.
A. II. R. H. O. A. E.
Laffffy, rf 5 0 0 0 0 0
Shea, ss 4 0 2 13 2
J. O'Neill, o 3 2 1 a 3 0
Phllbin, cr 4 10 3 0 0
Flannery. lb 4 0 0 a 0 1
Hayes, 3b 3 1112 1
O'Neill, 1 4 10 0 2 0
Hastings, If 4 0 0 0 0 0
Crane, 2b I 0 1 4 2 z
Totals So fi 5 27 13 7
A.B. R. II. O. A, E.
Cummlngs, 2b 4 2 12 3 3
Coleman, ss ,, 0 2 1 3 2 0
Gaughan, U 4 0 12 0 0
Ruane, p 4 1 0 0 1 1
Burke, lb 4 2 1 11 2 0
Flnerty, c 4 12 8 2 0
Crossen, cf 5 1110 0
Golden, rf 4 110 0 1
Kellot, 3b 4 0 10 0 1
Totals 30 10 3 27 10 fi
Mlnooka 0 2 00010205
Lackawanna 0 003 1023 110
Earned runs Lackawanna, 2, Two-baso
hits Sihea, Burke, Gaughan. Threc-baso
lilt Kellct. Sacrifice hits J. O'Neill, Phll
bin, Burke, Flnnerty. Left on bases .Ml
nookn, 0; Lackawanna. 9. Strouck out
I By O'Neill, 9; by 'Ruane. 7. First on er
rors ivacKa-n-pnna, 4; Mlnnokn. 5. First
on balls Oft O'Neill, C; off Ruane, 2. Hit
by pltcher-J. O'Neill. Wild pitches
O'Neill, 2; Ruans, 2. Passed ball-Fln-nerty.
The EurekaB defeated tho Crescents In
a poorly played game yesterday on tho
Oarson City grounds. Scoro:
A.U. 11. 11. g. A. K.
Mcllugh. If 5 4 10 3 1
Keenahan, lb 4 13 10 2
McDonald, rf 2 3 0 0 10
F, Reagan, ss 4 3 0 111
Carden, 3b 4 12 0 11
Qalaghcr, 2b 4 2 3 3 2 0
Canno, o 5 0 8 1 1 0
KeMoy. p 5 10 12 1
McGuIre, rf , 10 4 0 11
Total 37 15 27 7 Vi 7
A.B. R. H, O, A. M.
Cooney, o 5 13 8 0 0
Hurlrson, It 6 2 3 10 2
McIIalo. lb , 6 1 1 10 0 0
Long, rf 6 110 0 0
Gllleran, 2b t 0' 1 8 a 1
Bhlpman, p 4 2 0 0 3 1
Urogan, 3b 4 2 I 0 1 1
ONE IN EVERY FOUR.
Ono Person In Every Tour Sudors
About ono person In every four suf
fers from some form of rectal disease.
Tho most common and annoying Is
Itching' piles, Indicated by warmth,
slight moisture nnd Intense, uncontrol
nblo Itching In tho parts affected.
Tho usual treatment has been some
simple ointment or salvo which some
times gives temporary relief, but noth
ing like n permanent cure can be ex
pected from such superficial treat
ment, Tlie only permanent cure for itching
piles yet discovered Is the Pyramid
Pile Cure, not only for Itching piles,
but for ;vcry other form of piles,
blind, bleeding or protruding. Tho
llrst nppllcatlon gives Instant relief
and the continued use for a short
time causes a permanent removal of
the tumors or small parasites which
cause the Intenso Itching and discom
fort of Itching piles.
Many physicians for a long time sup
posed that the remarkable relief af
forded by the Pyramid Pile Cure wns
because it was supposed to contain co
caine, opium or similar drugs, but such
Is.not the case. A recent careful analy
sis of the remedy showed It to bo ab
solutely free from any poisonous, In
jurious drugs whatever. Sold by drug
gists at 30 cents per package.
Davis, ss ....
Totals 44 It 11 24 7 C
Eurtkas 0 3 12 3 0 0 0 x 13
Crescents 0 2 0 12 0 0 0 0 014
Earned run--Eurekas, 0; Crescents, 8.
Two-baso hits Grognn, McHugh, Curden.
Thrce-baso hits McHugh, anlagher, Kel
ley. Stolen bases McDonald, Kearney.
Double play-GI.Jeran to McHugh. First
on balls Off Shlpman, 0; off Kelley, 3
Struck out By Shlpman, 7; by Kelley, 3;
by Reagan, G. Hit by pitcher Uy Ship
man, 3. Passed Balls Cooney, 3. Wild
pitches Shlpman. 3. Time 2.03. Umpires
Relliy and Bradley.
TO BE A FAST CONTEST.
'Mint's What Is Kxpcctcd nt Music
Hall Thursday Night.
Thursday night's nrgument at Music
Ilnli between Jack McAullffe and
Tommy Ryan, of Philadelphia, seems
to be arousing more than usual public
interest. William Leslie, of Pittston,
one of the best Informed sporting writ
ers In this region, has this to say In
his letter to the Elnvlru Telegram con
cerning the contest:
And Jnck MclAullffo, tho retired light
weight champion of tho world, has con
sented to box Tommy Ryan, of Philadel
phia, ten rounds at Music hall, Scranton,
next Thursday night, under tho auspices
of the American Sporting club. Every
sport in this section Is more or less fa
miliar with Jack's pugilistic record, but
very few aro aware of tho fact that Ryan
recently obtained a decision In threo
rounds over that erratic, but nevertheless
celebrated Australian, "Grlffo." Jack
McAullffo Is conceded to be tho cleverest
man that over put up his hands In a
twenty-four foot ring, while It must bo
admitted that tho man who whipped
"Grlffo" in three rounds is no tyro. Conse
quently, I look for a inttling scientific go.
To give a boxing contest between two
such famous men, entails the payment
of no little money to tho winner and
the American club would hardly risk
llnanclal loss were it not for the be
lief that 1,200 spectators, the seating
capacity of Music Hall, will gather to
see nyan nnu me champion decide
"PIOdY" WARD IN TOWN.
Scrnuton's Kx-Sccond Hnscmnn Will
Hibernate in This City.
Frank Ward, familiarly and better
known by the sentimentally affection
ate sobriquet of "Piggy." Is in the city,
after his summer campaign with the
Lancaster club of the Atlantic league,
which, under his captaincy, made the
world's record of winning twenty-two
His team, of course, won the pen
nant, and when the averages are made
up he will likely be found among the
top notches In the striking column and
at the very top notch among the sec
ond basemen, nt which position our
friend of tho porcine cognomen dis
ported himself. "Piggy" will hibernate
SATURDAY FOOT BALL GAMES.
Cornell defeated Colgato at foot ball
Saturday afternoon G-0. In ten minutes
after play began tho ball was pushed
through Colgate's center for a down and
a goal was kicked. Scoro: Cornell, G;
Colgate, 0. Time was called with the ball
on Colgate's ten-yard line. In tho sec
ond half Cornell sent out a team com
prised principally of substitutes. Tho
playing was mostly In tho center of the
field and In Cornell's territory, but tho
gamo closed with the ball on Colgate's
thirty-yard line, neither side scoring.
U. orP.-Frnnkliii und ."Unrshull.
The University of Pennsylvania eleven
nnd tho Franklin nnd Marshall team of
Lancaster, Pa., opened tho foot ball sea.
son on Franklin Field Saturday after
noon, the Quakers winning tho gamo by
a scoro of 33 to 0. The lino up follows:
. . . Franklin
Pennsylvania. Positions, and Marshall
Hoylo )Jackson(....left end Schcrader
Carnett left tacklo Kelffer
.mm .,u ouvtv-Hj..icn guaru.,.. Thomas
Overlleld ..center Stoneroad
MeCrackcn ....right guard ....Knuffman
Outlaw! right guard Kunklo
"edges right end Klnzer
Weeks (Fortesque). quarter baclc.Lcoher
Walker left half back.. ...McLaughlin
Morlco right half back....i4ostcrman
Minds full hack.. Winner (Drubakcr)
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AsHnctutlou In the city of Hcranton, on
Wednesday, October lltli, IHOTi ut 'J o'elook
p. in., for tho election of inruuigers for the
eiiNiiingyear, und for the transaction ofsueh
other luminous as may properly como before
J, P. RKlGINSo.V.Secretary.
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AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR
tho regulation of electric street rail
way companies In tho Borough of Taylor.
Bo It ordained and enacted by the Bur
gess nnd town Council of tho Borough of
Taylor In town Council assembled as fol
lows, to wit:
Section 1. To levy and collect for gen
eral revenue purposes and for the purpose
of further regulating the use of nubile
highways In tho Borough of Taylor by
Street Railway Companies, or their suc
cessors, leasees, or assigns, a license tax
not exceeding twcnty-ilvo dollars ($23) for
each street railway car used nnd operated
over tho said streets and public highways
of the said Borough of Taylor by snld
street railway companies and their suc
cessors, lessees or assigns.
Section 2. It shall bo the duty of tho
Burgess of said borough, upon payment
to him of said license tax for each of said
street railway cars, to Issue a permit good
for ono year from date of Issue, and the
said Burgess shall keep n book wherein
ho shall keep n record of the number and
description of all said street railway cars
together with tho name of tho licensee,
the amount paid for tho llccnso tax, and
tho date thereof.
Section 3. Every corporation or street
railway company, and their successors,
or assigns, offending against tho provi
sions of this ordinance, shall bo required
to pay a fine to the snld borough, not ex
ceeding tho sum of live (3) dollars for
each day tho license feo remnins unpaid,
and said lino shall bo recoverable ns debts
of Uko amount aro by law recoverable.
Passed third and final readlngiat a regu
lar meeting of Council held September
3rd, A. D. 1807, and passed over the Bur
gess1 veto ct a regular meeting of Council
held Sept. 17th, A. D. 18ft7.
H. E. HARRIS.
Attest: President of Council.
G. J. POWELL, Borough Clerk.
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V lng nnd Loan stock; relerenco re
quired. Address PENN, care Tribune.
WANTED-SOLICITORS; NO DELIVER,
lng, no collecting; position permanent;
pay weekly; state uge. GLEN BROTHERS,
Rochester, N. X,
AGENTS WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO
do about Safe Citizenship price Si. Go
ing by thousands. Address NICHOLS,
AGENTB-TO SELL OUR PRACTICAL
gold, stiver, nickel and copper electro
plasters; prices from 3 upward: salary nnd
expenses nald; outfit free. Address, wltn
stump. MICHIGAN MFC CO., Chicago.
AGENT8-TO SELL CIGARS TO DEAL
ers; J25 weekly and expenses; experi
ence unnecessary. CONSOLIDATED Mt'G
CO., 48 Van Iluren St., Chicago.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
83,000 WILL PURCHASE AN ESTAB
Us lied huslnesi which bus paid since Jan
uary 1, 180(5, over 83.000 clear of all ox.
penses; must sell on account of other busi
ness and falling health; everything confiden
tial. C. P care Tribune.
THE TRIIIUNE WILL
GET IT FOR YOU FREE
OilllLLI I MU.M
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
sprinkling of New Fall Goods.
And the prices on all lines from 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,
209 Washington Ave.
SIT UATIONS WANTED.
ANTED POSITION AS TRAVELING
snlesmau. Address J. I, Trlbuno olllco
A HRIGHT, INTELLIGENT YOUNG
2. man, ngo '27, married, wishes dioncst
employment of any kind, has had exper
ience as bartender, a years experience in the
general merchandise business, nlso under
stands the clothing business; Rains trade
wherever employed. Correct habits, a i?ood
horseman und In Koncrnl 11 good all round
man. Has held a government position from
1803 until 1807. Rest city reference. Ad
dress, F. K., Employment Wanted. 1382 N.
Washington nvouue, City.
OITUATION WXNTED-HY A YOUNG
O man Ul years old, slnglo man, ns bar
tender or waiter In dining room, Address
II. S., 813 Willow street, Scranton, Pa,
WANTED HY A YOUNG LADY-SITUA-tlon
ns stenographer and typewriter;
experienced; best of references. Address il.,
SITUATION WANTED TO GO OUT
tho first part of tho week washing; wash
ings and ironing taken home, also. Call or
address L. II., 334 Sumner avenue.
ITUAtToN WANTED HY A MARRIED
man, -lfi years of age, as pumprunneror
stntlonary engineer; ten years experience.
Address II. R., euro Tribune ofllce.
SITUATION WANTED HY A MIDDLE
ngod and married man. Will take any
thing but traveling agent. On salary prefered.
Address 0. L., Trlbuno office.
SITUATION WANTED-HY A HOY TO
O driven delivery wagon; can glvo refer
ences. Address F. II, I., Trlbuno olllco.
WANTED-A POSITION AH CLERK IN
olllco or gents' furnishing store, by n
boy nged 15; can furnish references. Ad
dress J, It., Trlbuno olllco.
SITUATION WANTED HY AN EXPERT,
er.ced grocery clerk; is strictly tempcrata
nnd honest andn first-class hustler; n good
hand to tnko orders, well acquainted in nil
parts of tho city; can give references. Ad
dress J, It. J., Tribune office,
WANTED-POSITION AS HOOKKEEP-
er, salesman or shipping clerk, by ex
perlenced man; well acquainted In Scranton
nnd surrounding country; want to mnkon
change Oct. 1, 181)7; references. Address
HARRY WRIGHT, Goucral Delivery, city.
SITUATION WANTED-HY A YOUNG
man ('j'i)i good ponman, neenrnto In
figures; can drive and tnko euro of horses;
work of uny kind. G. H.J. G 702 Prospect
SITUATION WANTED-HY A YOUNG
man to drlvo team or do most any kind
of work; must havo work nt once; Is sober
nnd reliable. Address 1). H., uoi Price St.
SITUATION WANTED-HY A YOUNG
married man us Janitor or fireman; ex
perienced In running small engines; not
afraid of work, Address H C, 65 Lucku
wanna avenue, city,
SITUATION WANTKD-HY A MARRIED
man as teamster, driver or coachman,
experienced and thorough horsoman; cun
furnish best of references. Address J, (J., Ill)
OITUATION WANTED-HY A YOUNG
O inun as stenographer, typowrlter, book
keeper, ostlmato or billing clerk; export at
figures; eight years' experience; Al penmnn;
work shows for Itself, Address F. I V., 715
ANTED-HYA MIDDLE-AGED MAN,
employment of unv kind: can run
small engine; uiu uncu iu uuuer worn; will
accept .'I or -I days a week; ulso low wages.
Address J, W. P., Tribune office.
iTUATION WANTED TO 1)0 " W AsTn
lng nnd Ironing by the day; best of refer
ences. Address 62U Liickawuuua avenue,
Our lino of Foot Ball Gooda
ia now complete. The prices
better than ever. Wo aro
furnishing teams with better
goods at lower prices than
ever before; call and get
prices. Wo have just ordered
n largo lino of Golf clubs and
sundries; will bo able to show
them iu a few days. Wo will
be pleased to havo yon call
and examine -thorn. At
222 Wyoming Ave.
Y. M G. A.
UR PRICCS AND (JOOI)S nre Just right.
I 1. .. .. .. t cnnA.. I... ,A.ill.w n,.l.
n. Niidclnl iirlvfn in evervthlnir a snorts-
nave llllio lum Jlt.fiiu u, ttvattiiK nnu
man needs. Guns, Fishing Tackle, Canvai
Hoods, Haso Hall, Football and Athletlo
Goods, at prices that defy competlon.
CIIIUOPODIST AND MANICURE.
CORNS, HUNIONB AND INGROWING
nulls cured without tbo least pain or
drawing blood. Consultation and advloa
given free. E. M, HETZEL, ChlropodUt.
330 iAckawunnu avenuo. Ladles attended
ut their resldeuvo if desired. Cuurges modor-ate.
1 rrfi-i 'si a. .
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