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TJJE SCIiANTON- TRIBEN"E WEDNESDAY ITOUNINO, AUUSUT 15. 1894.
BASE
m3 Lam aama
The R.juTcnatcd Scraaton Team Los.s 0.;
Mora Game to Bili.o. -
EOT BV A VERY NARROW KM
Wllkes-Barra Plny Ball and Wins
an Exciting Eleven-Inning Game
from Providonce Syracusa Loses
to Erie and Elnghamton to Spring
field Standing of the Clubs Na
tional and State League Results.
Base Ball Gossip.
ATE was against
tbs Scrautnns yes
terday, urn! they
lost h stubbornly
con tilted fr-me
wltb the DnlTalo
club, l'ravid e ti ce
lost a well i'l ny-l
Mine to ilk'-Barr-
L(Ttt, the
I'rovideuce uiieher,
loslni? the first game, tin season tu the
league in whicb h b is offi'dits 1 in tli
twlrler's box. Erie ami S ringtt lit
were the other Eastern leantie victor,
the former winning from Syracuse aud
the Utter from Binghamton.
Tbe percentages of the ciuls, tiutu
btr of games won and Inst by each,
and their standing In tbe league race,
follows;
Von. Lost.
Providence M lip,
Buffalo 3 44
r'crsnton 44 M9
Erie...;.... 41 !!7
Wilkes-Barre... 41 40
Syracuse 43 44
Springfield 41 44
Blughamton.... V3 61
Per Ct.
.640
.Ml!
.5;w
.JW5
.5im
.4S8
.4SJ
.'J74
OUR CLUB BRACING UP.
Ten Iuninas Were Necsssary to Xfat
the Ciihill. Yesterday
Buffalo, N. Y , Aug It. It took
tan inniugs to decide tbe contest of
tbis afternoon and tbe Bisons pounded
a victory when Q'lnrlvs left bis nerve
Boyd liti fled to right and Holl-r to
left and then O'Brien piloted the ball
to center, and the winning rnn came
In. Daly and O Brien collided in tbe
fifth inning and the former was so
badly shaken up that be bad to retire
from tbe gam It was this circum
stance that tv- tna visitors tbe leud.
Attendance 1.403. The .cure.
SCEAXTOX.
11 r 0.
A.
0
C
y
Caliill. 2b
Johnsoa, cf 1
Patrheu, c 1
Hoover, If 0
Rogers, rf 0
Lehne, lb 0
(Smith, as 1
Hick.-y, 3b. 3
Quarles, p 'i
i
ti
a
o
l
4.
J
17
o
0
1
3
2
(i
Totals 9
.None oat when winning rnu was made.
BUFFALO.
P.O.
o
6
it
I
3
6
3
1
1
A.
O
1
0
0
0
2
0
4
0
2
E.
0
c
0
0
0
u
0
(
0
0
O'Brien, 2b 3
Drauby, lb.
Uoiiinn, it....
Daly, rf
Urqnai t. rf ...
Dowse. 8b....
Clymer, of.;.
Leweej", '. ..
Boyd, c,.;..,.
Hoffer p
Tok!s
... I I 10 30
S f
0- t
1 - ll
. .
.
Fcrin'on...l
Buffulo ... .4
4 0 0 4 0 0 0 1)
3 0 0 0 8 0 I I)
turned rnus fVra'iton. 0; Buff 'I
TMt on bn- S ran' ". tt; BuiT'il
Flirt base on b ill Oft Q iarie H,
;'Hc,1tT 8. 8trncn out 3v Q urle i
off
lV
Holier 4. Tlire-bi-e l.ir-tjollius. Tv7 -ba-e
bitn J .hnmiii, H i.iVer, Houers,
Hickey 2, Q mirlH. O HriMii, C'yinor.
Stolen baa tt.fhfn, 0'drj!i 2, C . li im,
Duly, CIvniMr. D iil!e pinvn UrMUi ',
Lewi-eH. Hoffi-r, Lew. o1, Dr .ubv. Hi W
pirri pr Patch, n, llo ivcr. Wild I itoli 6
Q.iarles. Uiuj ir OoeschiT. " lime
2:10.
WHKtS. BARE WO STS PRC VI0EN!
It Took Elovnn laninee to Wr.t h
Oem- from the Champion.
WiLKES-BaRRI?, Ailrf. 11 The L ,d
ers of tne iiaKOe had a Kre it el- ven
Inninf battle to. lav with Wilkes
Barre. Lofett being in the box for tilt
visitors He loat liii Dm g m-.
Men kin tiitched for the "oun trf in a
muRnifiVent gtm', r.cdviiiK aim mt
perfect support, 'lbe f-atnre of the
game were Knight's Doldinit, Lytle'r
work at sesond and tbrei dnume play
by the Proldenoe inftnld. Attendee ,
on.
W1LKE8-BARRE.
PKOVIDEXCE.
H. H o a. e
Tyttle, 2b..l f I 4 I
Pettlt, n..i t t 3 0
HtcuniMbi 2 11 a 0
I.RZi.Ue.rf.O 12 0 0
h. ii. o. a. a.
I.vom. cf..O
2 8
l)ilu'i.;)h..l
i 1
8
1 12
2
1 4
1 2
0 a
1 o
Knlfrht. If. .11
Koirers. lb.0
Pe tu, rf...l 8 8 0
Oill. n.3 b. .1 0 1 2
Hwa, rf....O 0 4 0
Wrner.c.n 2 8 1
ileakin, p.. I 0 0 4
0IO on y,as 1
a.i.ii i. i
Murray.rf 0
.Mci a'l'v.c.l
OILovett, p...l
Totals.. .. 12 33 17 2 Totals... 6 11 33 Ifl
Wi!kes-Prre..2 021000000 1-6
Providenoe....0 80001 1000 0 8
Earned rnna Wlll.-a-Ila rn, ft: rriVidenre,
8. Left on b.a.-Wilkca-llarrn, tl: Pinrinniira,
8. Bnae on halls Off Mo kin, 5: off l.ovwt.
4. Struck out-Hem, Jl. akin, BogHmX'. oney.
Thre baae lilta Dixon. i wo l ane lnia
Htrlcker, Htrna Hacrlflro Mia-Olllnn,
Wamer. Stolen 1 aaei oonnv, McChiiIo,-,
Warner, llonl.le playa-IM n 1 1 Strlrlr. r to
Ko((pr, 2 I ,y ni to R icra. Kit by 1 1 irber
t'o ney. Umpire -Pn.'dor. Tirae-2 iM.
"these Are My Jewels,''
said the Koman matron, pointing
to her " children. The joy ol
motherhood is oiten paid for by
the loss of strength. The Hum
mer is so weakening to tho mother
so trying to tho child.
A little of
Johaun Hoffs Malt Extract
taken by the mother gives her
strength and allays the poevih
riessofthe child.' Look for the
signature of "Johaun Hoff" on
neck label. None other is genu
nine. Eisner & Mendalson Co., Sole
Agents, New York.
s
0TH-.R LAST tRiS UiGJi REiUlTi.
At Erie
Erirt ;...8 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 P 14
H.uecue. 0 0 0 0 0 l) 0 (I 3- '!
Hit Erie. 17: Syracuse. (I. Errors
Erie, 0; Hy recuse, Si. ll.itiei ie li rnthm
nud Beiger; Barui'tt and lies , Uuipbe
bwarwood
At IJiunbiimton
niiLliant.n..l 0 0 3 3 1 ft 8 0-11
hpiii gliel I....I 1 U n II 1 H
JitiH ltii ir'tHiiitoii. 17: -priiiun.'il. '!-'
Uri'ors - Dili l.ii ntnii, 6: t-pi l tij:Ii-li1, ..
BMtoriiv D l.uinv kii I Kilter: a.iilor and
Laby. Umpire-Knock.
NATIO 4 L UaGUi.
At Bo.tou
Boston 0 0 4 4 3 9 0 10 x-ii
Plttahurg 0 0 I 1 0 0 8 0 II 5
Hits Boston. S3: Pittsburg. 7. E-ro a-
Boaton, 1; Pittabtirf, o. Bitte in Nio li
and Uano!, Humbert and Jiaidi. Urn-
plies llnaKlaud and Liusile.
At Philadelphia
Philadelphia..!) 0030193 0-7
Louisville 4 a 0 13 0 0 0 8-13
Hits-l'bllailolphiii, 9; Lonlville, 14.
Error Pbiladulpliin, H; Louisville, 8.
Batteries Car-ey and Oiady: Kuell aud
Urinim. Umpire Kuufe.
At Baltimore
Baltimore.. 3 00010000 3-6
Cincinnati.. 1 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 I li- 5
Hit Ualtuioro, 14; O.ul-Iii nn' i. 0. Er
rors Baltimore, 3; Cincim uti, 0. Bi
tcned iiloa on nud ltihiu-ou; Dwyer
uud Aim pby. Umiiiie Clark.
At Washington
Washington. n 00000 0 00 0-0
Cleveland.... 0 0 0 0 0 II 0 0 0 1-1
lilts Washington. 4: Cleveland. 4. Er
rois Washing uu, 1; rimclni'd, 1. Lin t
terifft Vlevivr and .K Guile; Vuiii.g uud
Zuuuier. Umpire II ui st.
ST-.t LAGU1
At lLiz'.etou Hazk'ton,
13;
bbenau-
flouli, a.
At Allt-utown A'.lentown, I
pbia, 7.
At Ijaucanter Lnncaster,
burir, 3.
rbiludel
0; UarrU-
At Heading first game Reading,
Poitsville, 1, Second game Healing,
Pottsvllie, 6.
BINGHAM f ON SI III IN IT.
Hi
But from Irjeui Inlictlon Toiouto
Will Take b Jrii cW
Wilkks-Bauuk, l'a., Aurf. 14 E. F.
BoMrt, a uiruioer of tne Eaeiern
leiuu- dir. ciois an i pri t lit of tin
Wilkrs-B.rro lin.ua Bill aajjoi.i.ioii, to
uUht lay' : .
"Tbe E intern leii.nn sitnilion re
uuius ilie i::ie. Bititihiuitou is mill
in tbe leagu-, au 1 tne 1'r ivi lonoe club
will go thrix aud play Tntire lay un ui
th HrraDKHtueat luat w,,a in i.lo wiih
BnSilo ami bpriuKtiebl. l'rciideiil
l'oets pKeeed ilin u'i iiit U irr
tolwy wu-nnt.- ti Uiill.il.. H J in
ci'tupany Willi Pr kI l -ut r'r iiiullii, ol
nix Bniilo clun, U'ori' Ki'i'z ci.
yr.tt:ae, and otieM, win will vied
Torouto, and it 1m qnit prot.at.lr
t .at ado her rilv will be In
rraditie.a to t k tliiitiitm oii'M fran
c.iisr Friday it Stuir Uy of tiiis week.
1'Iih Sir intou club w . (.clieduleil to
pUy in Biulixuituii Fi i liy and ij itni
lav, tun it is qait p.isdliU th H t:i -new
tnouitier to tnke Binghamtou's
place will go to 6er niton to pi tv, thin
iransb rriog tti- n IU lioiu Bl.igham
'OU to bcrunioii."
SCRANTOh Pi Y S DEP-RT.
F ur Old Slat- Lauara flu
wi b
b lH:ud.-lpli.a Cub
Piich. r L n Ti in Fbuinaxhan,
-i!wtioHr da-s-'y, rJ.il z mil n
Wke of the di-fu ut Serm on Ki.iie
cH.-ne te nn lii.V simile I Wit.l I'lllli
d Ipbia whieb riuo tu.-y wil in net in
11 Z etnn to I y.
bial'.Z and -Vi.ieeoy wi'i ( ribald y 1
li-iyilr i p.'Milioli at on'.'', an : Lou
i.'Ul will e pi..C I In th" laX vviifij
is arm has i.ciV rd .rum a t.
ka' ret.
'1 ha iraui.f r if the pisyere to othi-r
Clli-a wuild indioat.) t nil. II' i ,ro'
i ie pn j..cl line iwrii aoaiido.i'd s i f ir
a the b riiiloti pl.tyeis r c licein-d.
I' i now r. p ii l l, in l tnl a local
irof. s-1 ill.tl team will uol be til. .In
tuit, fd iu Carnmi'Ule.
GLINTS FRkiw i ltd OI M0AI3.
Gor(fe St ilts of th" old State leagna
cluh, nas hui.nl witu R '.i liut;.
Stcond Bisuimi L Del , i f Spiiiit'flld,
is a plater who e h'-ml uee.ii r-ilm ui.-.
J ihnnou la co I a niai'er a has b un
fewi iu a So. auto i tin f.M-iu -luce the dayi
if La.i O Lxary'e ludinu.
TUo Ainbraeitea, i f the Weat Bid',
cUaiiiige the t ouict. to a a no of b II on
h udny iiioriili.g uexc nt U n'cl i:k The
Infer elnb wl l na e Mi ti li of coiit-S .
Answer thr u;;u Trii-xnc.
Th Reub'Mia an I ' ynt'iiai plu'el a
pui.e i f ha. I aitU- Dr. viu ! pur.; na
na . . It rrsjl.ed l i a vii'.o y l r iih m -u-
fM'n', i he ecore b i.ijf ll in 7. McA nlr v.
and Lenn-ril Wore the u ;nni 14 jn.c i r
The Jnm- B y- B11 e B .11 iu'i, f Pine
Br ok, chnllei.gn the Klectnr-, o: iih S 11 Ii
t-nle, to a l'h ne o' ball on lb" 'M h, at 2 3 1
p. in., fur S10 md". John Mni.iruy, i-ai-taln;
Bill Iro.Mi, inauagjr. Anbwer
thn ugh TRiBusis.
A bate ball team comprsod of t e mem
bers of Lieutenant Kara M. (t iltln Camii,
No. 8, Sons of Veter.iiii, will p av name
of ball Wltb U. a. Smith (Jainp, Ko. H'l,
Sons of VetHran, of Jurmyn, Wedue-d iv,
Aur. ISatFarviaw, wnere lheeveti coun'y
veteruns' asificiation will meet on that
day.
LABOR ANO THt BALLOT.
thilnd Iphla Uerord, if m.
1 It the workintzniim ahali cm: his ballot
for the bot int. rt-ta of the pe' p'e of tne
whole country hi owu intif.-t- canuot
poKibly RiilTef. Wliila there ore many
seeming wruiiKS to l erihii'd iu the rela
tione that eiixt betwe-u employer and
empl yes 111 thl- countrv, thrir ii;:btfnl
determination can onlv be nrriveil at
through d.spa-sionnie dincUKelon hi men
competent to look at tmth aides of a
case. In any event, a better settlement of
disputed q.iesiion i to bopeil for at the
bands of lgal tribunals than cm ever be
reached by a strike, which in later years
has almnat invariably been attended by
acta of violence.
THE AMINOMtNT ACCEPTE3.
Trrffces-Zorre K'-mnl
Says the Kcuanton Thiiiunk: " 'Give
tbe country a rest,' ears Bin. It hag uad
too much i f that already. 'Give the omiu
try work,' ays tbe IteMihltrai partv.
Which la the wisor cryf" Tlmt'a good
talk. But what' the mutter with glviinr
tbe Democratic party a rest and the cnun
tiy work at the aame tinii-f That would
be a d'.iible-barrulb il,brwch.loH(liiigatr. ka
of policy tbut tbe people wuulu guiuly
welcome, .
Fremiti Vr'uuioil Iio-ptctnra.
Women uro chosen in Traiici! as inspect
ors of work of women and children in fac
tories. Here there is 11 limit of n!;e; they
miiHt bo over thirty mid not inoix.' Hum
forty-flvo. They must p.isa an oral and
written exnmiiiatiou In the text of Mia
laws bearing upon tho su ij -ct, and they
Diuat prove that they hiivv lived at leant
five years In tho department where they
are to mrvo. They have l.'0 ci,talililimeuls
to visit . In a tiiontfi, and ci)ticpi'tiliii these
they must report to the prefect. Tlicy are
all awortt in. The salary la about 1,800
francs 3tf0) n year. New Vork Sun.
Fob Barns, Scalds, Bruises and si pal
and soreness f ihefl.. h, the crand liou
hold rem-dv is Dr. Thuiiian' Eclcctrio O ,
Be sure you get tbs genuine.
Oil, THE L1IES!
175 Died in Boston in
17
it gi,
1 i
Cho!e,,a Infantum Is
Raging Now.
Lactateii Fool Should
Fed to Isittla Ones.
August
a Critical Time for
Thousands.
Every Mistake h Diet
Must Bo
Avo:dd:l.
Tlied' Stb rate i-o-s up with a Jump.
There were aluiO't a iiuudrHii ess
of inutlility ilu to dholcM luiaulu n
iloue ill U Mtoii .luring the laat Week,
aaya the II -rai l of hatcly.
Una hnndr d ..ml v uiy-tlve babies
died Iroin i uia and e'inilarcau-,
'li e fcarlul j imp in the inlaut deith
r .t that c m. in Auutt is diu tu iui
pr .pr fi-e.lnu iluiuw ' ot wcatiu r.
In thousand ot uoin-S whra love
Mid Watclllulil' Si 8 'i III to baV( aur
rouiided haby witu ivry Safoanard,
ibt.'He two co iditioiu that lea l to chol
era lufautUiU often exlat lUipropt-r
ilit-t aud poaaitily of contagion lu lou t.
'1 beseoaaes are prevtintablM.atid t v--r
death In 111 in lnt atinal disorder shows
either iiegUct or iuir luoe on the p. it
of pareuta
There is no roason .today why baby
should not r-emv.' proper uourisumsnt,
nii'l be kept alsolutt-W free from any
poaiit'illty of i 0 t glon.
L ictated food H always obtainable.
i'llikU'i ,nn mill inolliura who nave
brought tip a f mily of uiitMren km w
now iiutritions how easily dUnt d,
and bow iiliHolu.rtly pure Uotnted fo d
Is, aud I'ow eaaerly u is tak-n by rhi -leu
that cannot lake other Uutiriab
tueiit. L elated food S.iv.-s bahiis'
iiv a.
Theill'd of a child from six months
to tore ye. is old tbould be s cur
tullv r.j;iil ilel h in tne Ur'. we.ks ol
its life And d iri iit bo' w.iatner e
pvci.illy, ilia fl:-al avni)totu of dlarrhM
tloUld ihUie red . tibial Wati'llf ulll-.
Cliildiru V.IIO nr evidently Hot thriv
inn, who show a lack of en r-r, who
re Ufionin; lit:lt fretful, tiiin an I
weuk, mnai (iiii'ldy itain slrength, or
the alight n Ut'k of d arrhet that a
strong child readily overo ues will
prove fatal.
There is alwavs a c ane of slllit
miaiakes in fvfding baby, and in u t
w.atlier snub err US olteii result iu
cholera infant uui, in Cis-i liaby is noi
strong aud abnn lantly nnurisiied
B.ni-i prop rly fed on l ictatel food
uevor hticei nib to cholera iii'au'iuml
Tbe eXirifiit'e of hundreds of pnyai
ciai.s, puhlio Institutions, uud tbon
in.i of mothers provi that l iottd
f i d U the salrs. article that can h.
iird u the iiirl of yuuuir cbil Ir. u dm
i ir tbe hot ui.iuilii,
Motheri wno hav. nev. r nsed lcta
tt it food ahoul l riuembor that 11 W
hi xp n-iv- na to be witniti the rach
ol tin- liuinblect boiue. Euonith Ul U
cm be ni.de irom a dollar iac-k.n I.
1 i-t urariy lour we- k. Tu -loolHU-pr.
p irxd from plain directions on c:.
pkaecoal ins III. ill live ceu:s
i tart, and Uc atid fouil a.iv.n lablra'
H WS iM Jl F iwM WhL.V
fyf fit Cone.-j:oaif. air.
l.dNDOX, Au,. 4 ih.- muiii t In tbe Al
biuu cmliery .-xpioHion lliqneat wa eor
rcrtiy 10 e-h d e 1 in Ilea columns thr e
wei-l.a ego, aud th- probability ut cennur
upon 1 h.' management nas heeii burns oui,
Tne i; quiry n ended over tiitie daya,
t on-id n.bie luiHirat was nmiiitt-ate 1 ii
tbe pr a-ei-ili.njjt and as the lu-t evening
pr j.'ee leil a eroAil uninheri u a coujib ol
i.oi-au.i coi.gre.tea in tli Market
n iHie to 11 wait the Veidh t of the ill' y.
Voward o'clock tne exvit. m mt b u.im.
l.iifiiae, 4,fcialiy w tu it became known
that ihe ju y i.a.i diaa-ireed, it being re-
1 in toil Unit all ot 1 hem Hi I'll rtnl ihe
'iuii:ngr'a ver i iu and t lermnal 1ugaev.11
IU I' "I IU u.llllUii li Slli Clor. H i iini"i;
h it tlie heal 01 ine 10.. in b.ciiie that "in
1 f lb ju ) meu, 'I. J. me-, the late c 'lleeiui
f .r lb- L-'l-viaihii puri.-h Iniuied, all, I
1 r-lo a iv, p h 11 111 be piuvideil.
A vi-Mirl w.. atrtv il m 1 1. 30 p. tn ,
eli rover dor h-.His' libera inn. '1 h
j.i.y foil nil .h,u in - d Ci.iM'l 1 tut.tr
i,v stir u;ii ill ex I i .n ,.C gts iut
fo k (il ice ut tu-A. hi. hi coll.eryoi J in
'J l, till, whii li ixpio-i 11 was acc'leiatel
uud . Xi udeJ tiy ma! nm , bit ihi J iry
dieayieed aa to the hx.i t plaee at Whicl.
the fi lo toil bad It- 0. mm, and they were
iiiiHiiiiuou-ly of opinion that b"t
fl'iiig wiia iru'liixij in the olllery
when tha men were at woik
wiihout HiifIliMu.it pnciutioni as to
their safety and cou rary to rule-;
they were also of opiuon that the
uniler-inaiuigMi' u. gbctoii Id- ilu;y in
not KJiini; that hi auboidi'iaies 1 11
the niglii -IhIih pFi'ionneil their dutie
iu accordniice Willi rules: I but Ih
tlrenieu were uell unt in uoi reporting
gn- wn:i f.itiu.l' and I bat tue. e wh. uot a
proper aynluni ol wniei nig in tht till 11,'.
'1 he jury hinde tho l illowing recnui 1 en
daih ci: -(;)Tliat li t-flru r in un b r shall
be nbsoitiieiv prnlnbiteil: (!) that a l ul I
woralni nlmll be p.'upn i tout I 01
gobbtd; (it) 1 bat a reconl ahall ba kept ot
ihe nnu.liei of men ii Ilia mm- at all
hoiirn; (I) ilmt thorough iiifpeetlon hail
mire Ireipiuntly be made by II r iluj.o
Ilea' iiispn'tur-. beca-ise wn cuiiaid'ii' ihe
preaeut 1 X 'imiialii 11- by tlie workmen'
iepre-enliiiivi!n are w rllil-aii.
'Ihi. m.in.1. U'ill ,w. .1. I... tl.n.nrtnl.lu
Veutiiaied iu Pai limn -nt,
4,1, Min.1.11 ..... .... ,11.' " U'lLIUJ
Owen.
Mother.it Votharall Motharallt
MrsAVInhli.w'a Hoothlug Syrup hs b-eu
used for over fifty y.'nra by milliom o;
motbera for their imilijien while teeiblng
with perfect succeMs. It sooi ha tbe child,
softens tbe gnuia, allaya all pniu; cures
wind colic and is the i est remedy for di
nril.aia. f-old bydtngints iu every part
nf i be world. Be sure aud a-k for "Mrs.
Window's t-omblng H rui." aud take no
no ol I. ei kind, 'lweuty-bve ceais a but-
' le
TllK F1.0T1I1.NGH AM
Onenlnsr Event of fie reason.
tVI HN M)V I VR.. Alii I 81 13.
Grand Spectacular Production of
RICHAriD III
ELABl HATE ( nn'Vi:a.
UOl.U ( UH ACO! S' O'tl'.'.S.
. C EH OF BPLi NDiiR.
Owen D Jnii"s (Emu nil D' ury), aa.. I.icliard
.1 n p'l Kn koiii as. .Hi i" v Vl and i o m nd
Wli i in lUennril ... D k of Mi.rkintilnim
' Iss iary LinliiMkie Youusaa ' jman Y ix.ili. til
Mi-al'lla nwiaaa ijueh-wo York
Mifca K tt'e M Dulie m Lady Anniit
PO-A Great Cnnil a ivor Klfty Po ipln-ftO
auiil ) ih os bttieir d uaia ou sdt be
ginuiu Monday, Aug. .a
IF YOUU OLD BOOKfl NEED TlXr
INU, SEND TIIEil TO
The Seranton Tribune
Bookbinding Dept.
C03T
A Word.
ICwti 9f tilt Harf e '' s
apf i'lfuatiime II uMif.'AfeA ore iafr'-
Cenls Wanted.
v aoodna tu sail m ' oo a to ho'ias
kao ri. vm lei r e. Wil. iiit 'u nine
ii ct tt. ( in l nitl, '1 I
Helo Wanted Females.
V MiiluH.u lioa to syeuk Ou m. n. 1-CENT
STOItli
WANTIdITa HOOD ItUHISKHB WOMAN
b i la Inilualrionsa al willmu to work;
muat 1 ui lklii oi I whM tHiii'-nrou, lor lmrina
in-lit iitiiin; Hi weakly; uonriu to o.
ilrem K , Trilmu ill vi.
Ali
tor Kent.
1 1 Ut U N ON';-tlAl.F f'i'OUl5. 1)
L I'imii avoniiB f m per month,
lXm KB .T-Nli El.Y-KU i lttHKI) HALL
1 a lit ml lor In l,'a ronins JullN' JliU
MYN, 1MI Wyonini iv.iiiii...
Loat
O ' - A rUU DOU; B .AIH r A'
bl ck Bi ll d w ti the ha k and m
cm o'f .la front lout Flmtw will li. ro
warded b leiuinmt, t UU Korth Uuiflvhl
avmi .
' rchltee V Notice.
A Will i' C l fl" Niri ICE-COMPETITIVE
-A pinna and hpt'eilleatiniia lire invite I fer a
h li uinir to hi n. e l fur lira d piirtm.'nt
housn ana police patrol uttt'inn- A pioapi e n .
of tU" hn llliig in iv Iui no.'D at tbu olllcu of tho
city i lerk, at nbicholtlee the a. Oil p nnnuu.1
flici'ltlra lont are to hu suhniittu'l on ur h'toru
WtaliiMuJuy, AtiKtint liW, By order of city
Council.
11. T. I.AVELLE, City Clet k.
Krr:mton, Pa., July ':4, 1MH.
Ipeclai Notices.
rjUE WILSON LUUBEli COMPANY,
'UEItEA, Vndor a certain indenture,
ilnt d tli. rlrnt ilav of June, IHJ.l. mnila be
tw un The Vi ilson Lumbar Company, a cor
1 ora Ion oriraiuzeil uml r tin huva of North
Carolina, ami the uniii ruaii' il, X e Lacka
viiiiua Irni.t anil Hue 11. noot I'l.lnniiii v. a
cor) oration ni'i nniz .1 undi r tbe lawauf renn-i-vlv
uia aa ir.iat o. r eur.lfd June 13, 1Si3, in
thu UexlHt i 'h oillee, I'alil U county. North
Carolina 1 1 B ok I'' of Uoi'tKaes on ).ui;.'b 6tl
1 1 Sill it ia, among ,trr UiIiikh, provinud ihu.
u o. iHiui anau . inaii'i in in- payment m
any infr reat hue therein tor a xty u.ivk nttri
any Kmi..niriul lusalluient mo re. if ahnlt
fall dn ' un I h i ilemaii lu'l, or shall veirltct O'
fall to aet ami or cauio to la ot aiid the
iiiHtallm.'Ut of i nir tno i-an 1 ilo.lura (,$1.0 il)
un mully ;o t ie urn tloii nt a sinking f uU.
fo thspicof a xty iLys after the tliiie
m ti n d for au b ii' tloi, aunh i.e e t or
fluie i-li.tl: in e.ci .as bi oVnmeii
1 1 bo a f Tiei uiv of Inu endit on
of t e trnat muru in and bu aud
in tlint event it Blind bo lawful for the
ti u t a. Ui on th . r quo t of tne owueri of h
luajurityiu val' e iflue Ion le then vi.U and
IIU. toe! to lip, U au I I H.) pnOt.illU if tin
land and pnv.,.riy of Ih i trut u orta ) Ui--s.
ribed, i U'l t aell fa d land to the hi 'll, hi
hill lo for iaih at tlw court I o ian dix r lu
t'ul.l e I comity, North Carolina, li at adver
tiainif t!i sanin once a week lor tliirtv (Ulj
daya iu oni ne iupapar pnhliahed Pi' na.il
e.yunty. and one ni ipnn r publiaU d In
Suiau.nii, l u., and uenn MieU i-alu t" ioiiv y
tbu m tn tli i imicnas ira in fuo almpln and
i ut of Ih i uioiiu.'s r eaiv -d from aaid a Is io
pay B.U.I huuiia and internal, with uoaU ol
uale, etc.
And Wh T'-as, Dnfault lma bo n nmde in
t iepnyniei.t of the inupons iicoompiiuy nt
tno loilt.a. ureil by ad I tru t nor KHUO.aml
'he pi,ni,'iit of tbe mita'lmu t Into the ink
i g land, a id Hid d-.ault bin coutiuaed lor
more tbi'tt dixiy dava.
uul W h reas, 'ihe undeisifrnid lisa been
reque-t d by tun hollars of ,be mujority ol
th "o d lasneil u idi" anl s curat b ai'il
l in 'uni t atfO to p- eti I aii'l a 11 tile lauds,
lhlns franca iaes, im; rove noma rontiaeia.
a(rr.'imi:it , clioei in notion, pi'ivtluea auc
i.pou teuai.c a therein rouv yed.
Now. I lu r ro e. Tno Lu . wanna Trua
and Hafe De' nt t o-npune h iro y uiv a no
tice that it w 11, upon t le l!)t!i day of ;-ei t m
Jwr, . '. !.. at IUoMojK am, at theoouit
h.iuB i door in Leiioii, ald'.vall i-ountv. North
lar. lni. p idtisidal lb- a nla ii his.
inniiiisea. m;irove nn iti, c nuaits ag ee
m-ut, rhosoa .u ctnri. pr Vila .a and ai'pnr
ijuineea in aiil tius: uiirtgago dmcrlnei.
and set to; til.
'IHr. i A' .KAWSA TRUST AND SAFE
DEPOSIT H)., itune...
n.J. AMJi.Ii (i.V, Vice Pros Juut
rHA". H. IV.. LLE , Attorney
Y TICB-THK F LL WIN'O tS A f OPY
i.s of petition pr saut wl in Bel. nt eonne I
of Ct y of .'Ciant mi, P '., J una 111, MI4, for tin
pavlmr nf Frauiiliii avouuu with ah 'e( asphalt
paveme t ho' ween i-pruee una V nnat.eeta,
To the h nor h e ihe a lo t and common
counc.ls'if th C.tv of b -ranten:
'1 he uud r.nt n id om iu rj of property 'Ut
t'n on Kranaliii avenu -, h"twe.-n Snnn.'
aire t and Viuo itr et, rnsp oi fully pet tlnD
your hu1 0';h e llnlies that a .id avenuu bs
twn tlie p ' n a nam d. be pavud lib sin el
aspb lt pavement on a co.ireto bus', li
pr ce not to 'X i.-ed two dolhira a d siXty-flvc
cem -I ii it'll ei' Kqnarn yard; th.t th iaiii
may b w t wi b enrh stom a ao far as the name
in u v b n-eessirv: tbut Ilia r(mt ' f and nn
prove n ut lm i ssa i anaiiiht aliuttinitown
eia. arc nd ni to tne feet trout Mile; (ha tin
aa ukh nenta b inadu puyuhla in lle,.nnu;ii
ins all m its; a d i our putitiunor w.il ovo'
pi ay aim - tc.
W. L. C m mil.
Ju i n il n ; u a,
it. T. U aui.,
U. I ...IK.
laria Zel. b r,
C, 1 re , ttbitfer,
E. T. Hwarts,
E. K. t'ro haiuel,
J S'.pll fti'OS,
I in in la Sum",
la ob . .- loll, r,
K.r.ihUr ff-a. 40,
M. E. .MeLoi.a d,
(ail Fed,
inter Si Lew,
V'illUin H. Uavis,
V. . K lealer.
i b" Dickson,
hy Jiiun a P.
Calaua n uerma .,
Ufa. Cn.lt. i-cb. enlold.
Liui.Soii,l. II. '1 In oop,
1'i es t
i.m iy in. Mtuvens,
I. A. Fu enlist. J. kuri.ntt
Tlie Delaware1 St tlud M. Kemuierer
sou ( iiual ( 0-. by 11. A. Bittenb nder,
w. Youukb, kud. Vices. A. Cnmstock,
Prea't., F. M, May,
I). K Diiklev, ' Jural J. Puateu
il TV llnod.rlil.
Th f.ireolng t published in piiraniincu nf
provisions n a ronoinii u oi inn city ccuucili
oi v.uy in bci ant n, retina
Al. '1. LAVKLLE, City Clerk.
Pi ranton, Pa.. Au in, 1S'4.
TUB ANNTJuL MKETINii O ' TH1
Jl atuekliol.lers of the tjernunu Forging
(I niiiai y, f ,r t o el 'itmi of d raetora ami
111 lianHun of o:U r b.lsl.iws will be lt.-1ft
at tlin on ce ui the company. In the city ol
her iiiton, uu iVedneailay, AucUHt IU, Isui, al,
a u ciuoa p.iu
B. F. CrtAMBItRLiy, Secretary.
VuU ANT IBIS KKL1C RKI'ltlNT
I Frank l.eg'ln'. Illustrated Weekly War
inns ratio is isti nii. rw vo.umos Folio.
tlii..'; psyablo mo.it ily, t-'). Il vered hy
express , o npe e, prnpain. Aunrns r , o,
ali.)OL)Y,tiis(iibou atre.t, Seranton, Pa.
l , t ivlf TinriK PI rliur tr-ru ii wi i
rum.,.. .i.um.., .n.i.i .iijaiao. ni j
l i nea, etc., If'Uud or relaiuud St Tuu
Imui'Nie oCictf. Iuick work, lteasouablu
I riera.
MEAT. T1CKFT8 CAN BB IT AD AT Ul
.M corner bprwe street and Franktiu ave
nue, i wenty
table hoard.
meal tickets tor SW. Hood
LARGEST
DIVIDENDS
ON RECORD i
tier eent. avnr iffo mo thlv dividend
paid the tlrst six ruoinlH oi 1SSI by
THK AMI-.IXICAS SYMlIOXTK
T i the r 'Inn's as the res tilt nf profitable ipeo
uiuiiun ii lue.aa, rnu ia, hi c,
JlMMIiV,
FHii.lt ii y,
MA I' II, -
AIIIL,
M IV.- -
.IIIMC. - -
JH.Y, - -
100 VV.it 1 NT,
. SO I'KIt ( I NT.
40 PKIt CKNI.
. 100 P: It ICNT.
HO I'Kll ' UNT-
- eo i-K cn.vr.
KO PI It Ci N .
I onervntlvomsv'a'!"nie,'f ' a'ahlisheil INHV
Bunk is - re ice. VIU to (l.fOO tan isltiv -atud
w th m re than tbu uaual d g ce of sa.uty by
our Plan or
hYNKII ATK aPKf ULATION,
Which asuirea the largest returns oomi atlblo
.tu auloty.
Po not be influaueed by anyone who
a s it I 'Impossioleto nay sium lurun
uliinina until y no osv ) ruau our
ii anuiil ' f in formation Tbat wlHob
I- Imiua.lb'B to so ne la compara
tively ruay 'outliers
A. A Il.ToM 0.,Micra
i'uoltlM Ave, tbleago, 111,
onno
On account of cxtetnivu altarati )Q4 a )r la progress at our store, we will conduct a
SPECIAL CLEARING SALE
FROM NOW UNTIL SEPTEMBER 13T.
Our purpose is ti reduce atock lu order to accommodate tho largo purchases we lave made for the fall
trade. Tricca will bo aucli that you cannot affjrd to mbs this opportunity.
Immense Attractions in Every Department
Our limited space forbids any further details in regard to prices. Wo only ask you to visit u
and ascertain how cheap Dry Goods can bo sold under our now regime.
With tho addition of 1,500 square feet of floor space, which with our present capacity will giv
us 5,500 feet, wo will be wo l qualified to satisfy the demand of our large and increasing business.
When liiiishiid we will have tho but lighted, mo.it attractive and convenient sloro in Seranton, and our
LOW PKIUGS will CDUtluue to bo our drawing card.
OHHOLLY Ik
Pine Fibre Mattresses
Are NOW
Made and Sold
VERY CHEAP by
The Seranton Bedding Company,
Central Railroad of N. J.
TO
GETTYSBURG
lOil 1I1E
Naton I Gu rd ncimpment
-UX-
AUGUST 1 TO 1B, '94
8iert'd etflnralon t'ek. ti from PfHANT N
will liesod ir nd to no Auut ll h to I5tb
iu iu vi, and lur rctuin until Auguat 16b..
iuclnaive,
KARU POU HOU.VD TUIP, $5.42.
SPRING
HOUSE
HEART LAKE, Suequ han.u Co.
V. E. CitOFUr Proprljtor.
HIS HOTfPE Is strictly tnmprsnm. Is n'S
aid a-ll furi.alni aul ipojf il 1
,H '. PUUi.lU Tdrt YdAR It iVJKI): ta
located m dw iv buwien Mnutr i e an i 8 ;r n
ton, on .untrosi an I i.uo.aif iu m Ilallrnil,
mx miles f-mn .1 . L, 4 t. it R at Alt ir I
Bia'loa.anil llvimiln frtn S ismo; ea
i a itv. e clity-llrs; three m.uu es' walk ( roji
k. U.'atatiuu.
COOK It AT '. HINfl T CKI.E, Sic,
Fit IE T - KS n.
Altltn 'e ahull J. SHI eat. raiallini in this
leapo, t the A liruud iuk and Citiuil Muuu-
tain . . .
ins irroves p'anty of sh.H and beanttini
fc'iiery. inaama a Mnniiu-r neaort unex
ce led In bea ty and ehe ipu mi
Lancm,- paviil ui. swlu ts, cro iu-t (jr ouid ,
&c. Cold Hpiiu c i.t.;r nud pi nuy oi Mbk
Unto., S7 lo VIU per Sfll. ai.Uii per
ley
Kxcurslon tickets sold at all statio as on D.
L. W. lines.
Port, r unets all trains.
Charter Application.
NOTI'E 18 UlCBJItY OI.'EN T.I AT AN
nptili. ail ni ul b iniide to the Uovai
nor of l''n ay iv.inia, on taa i.eeona lav i
Auitust, Hill, at hi i.m. hy CUsrl.s At M ill n.
newr ii. 1 1 rk, W.Ui m C . ;, V il.iam
J. Keuniiiiiiu a id d ,r on w. V nn, uuder ;h
ct 'i t A-s" ably, en Itlo l ' An act to provtn
f r the "leoro ir'.,o i i d r-t ilit.o i o? c r
ta u c .rno a I nV P r ve t Aprli', H.l,
mid the u p cine its tli 'r -to, f r tb i ukar'er
' au tut nl'ii ' rnraton o 04 cainu
T " Sin-Hiiton l' !m a i C lUiiianv," til
cb rict-r an i o i t of whiciii lor hepir-po-
of thcmuniifaetmeors Icnf nou or bio 1
or o' any n bjr metal or article of commerce
fro a me al. woo 1, or n t i. ami lor ( ies p ir-
p a.s to nave, po.-s 'si sn l enjoy an tno n nn,
l'snelits nnd iirivileg i- nf nald S"t of assem
bly aud auppl ono its til rem.
H . .1. Si KEKTEB, Solicitor.
NOT CK 18 liEl KB UIKN TH.T AN
nn icatton ll lie luad-i to tha Hover
nor of th rt ateof Poniisvlvanli, on Wnlees
dav, t'leelgbtb day of Aiiiu .t, M), hy K.t
wird T. Muriris. Fr 'd rick J. Piatt. Orlando
8. Johns.m. William T. Smith. Ma 'K 15 f.att
and Jos ph C. Fiatt, under the Act of Asa' m
lily of tun CommnnwiMilth of Po inayWania,
emitled "An act mpruvnle for the luonrpnr
ntion and rsgul th o' cortain corporat ous."
Bpprovul April IIS IKT4, aud the snppleineuts
thereto, for thai haitet of au intended cir
porailim, to be Oul.ed "Thi .'-rraiiton i lea
trio ci nst rn t Inn C. mn.ui ," the charac er
aud nb ct "f w, tell ia the nanufa fttro ur
nishliiir, er-otinu and installation (ail or
either) nt elo I rie or eteiiu ul iiits for 11 lit
In.;, drilling, haul -to a i l pumiiln, or elee
til ' power g ii"ra ly. lu an I ahon' uii o eur
m n nr opera Ions and I'Vi ors; and ur
the in iiiufs "tur o- m-nlsblua of all kinds of
B.ectr cal maulnn iry, and f appl ances used
lu op ra' int th" e ne, ant lor tlieae pur
poses to have nd possess and enjoy a l the
l igh'a. lieneliti and privlh g. s of ihu sa u aut
ol use mbly and its su m.anii.iits
THiis. F. W LLrt Solieltnr.
Reii estate.
UltAiN'i'ON ItKAl, iiti A IK AND IN
VESTMENT AUIiNCY.
offers bsrgnilis as U I ows:
CITY BUM LH PROPERTY,
ill ft. front by uu ft. deep, oa Spruoo
street, rents for ;iKI $10,000
40 ft. lruni ly 60 feet deep, ou Hpruoe
street, corner alley , 10,500
'I hes.i togntner give K) ft. front on S;. nice
strnet betw en Penn and Fra kiln, with alley
on el In. Hpruce street property Is advancing
rapidly.
( ITY RF.SIDF.NCE PROPERTY.
CORN I' H M0NR11E AND VINE streeta
lot &HXS.V twodwelllms, ill, (). giving a nice
r, shleuce and no inc, in lor sniallinvtaitment;
ALkO A PLOT OF il LoTS, g rin 11 it
tront on Ho roe avenue, near Vino street.
The.e make a llrst-clnss r. ihlenee plot In a
ile-li ahli. locality. It not sold iu oue plot will
sell above separately. ,
WEST BIDE.
Lot Mil HO, Houtb Main avenue, aJ Joliilmr
resilience of 8ml h li alott, pri e, (.'.oiO; ulso
lots un Hock street aud Weat Kud place. Only
tour loft.
CO" TRY PR"PEnTY.
A BEAUTIFUL HOME AT DAL TON. PA.,'
modern house, spring water piped Int It from
hill hack, baru for tu ne liorauiau.l two cows,
l euneiy witi cements 1 floor, yntiug fruit,
tine lawn, grand nutlonk; oue aud a bait to
three acres, aa desired, f,li00.
A so lota of about s one else on Western
Slope, Dulton Cull or address
BillTil a iiOi'T, alansgnr.
No. 421 Lack. are. -rear board train.
"1ATALOOUK OK RI AL ESTATE FHBK
J to all. Please send for copy, U. EBNL81
t OMI.OYS, Price Bud Una.
Situation Wanted.
InTED-CLEAN NO OR SCRUBBING
by the day. Mud. UUiWA, 641
Emmstt street
lly&W
WALLACE
209
W-' .-eS W
GRAND CLASS A
BICYCLE RACE MEET
OF THE
AT
Seranton Driving Park
WEDNESDAY fflERNOOil,
August 22, 1894, at 2 O'clock
L. A. W. Sanction and Race
Rules.
Admisuoii, 53c. GrnlStinl, 15c
The GENUINE New Haven
"Mathushek" Pianos
ESTABLISHED 18C9.
New York Wareroonis No. 80
Fifth Avenuo.
"
E n nn
. C. BICKER & CO.,
nisi i .li .i
Bole dealer in this section.
OFFICB IS Adams Ave., Telephone BTd'f
WHY HUT
flee our FIFTEEN DOLLAE Solid
Oak Bedroom Sett
We sell Furniture as cheap aa
any house In the oountry that in
tends to give honest value for the
money. Try us.
Hull
m MiD 5.C7
EiAimQQD
--
I." lr..;i
ltilKiiPtiMnataiiftrtr
. u .
.umpilon or IneanHr. .
ny nisll nrenHd. With
.;n..s k.aaax.
e'tkasawMMav
PtnF san nf 111 Kim ..:.Ti na.i kkiBVK EKU CO., aia.oaio tempi.,
For Bale in Seranton, Pa., by H. C. SANDERSON, Dnyrgiat, c. Wajhinftoe
snd Snruoe atreots.
PFrlNYRflYfll
roraale tivC. M. HAItrtia, lira let.
SomsUnsa asefls a rsllsbte. wonthly, rstralstuif medleiw. fi t "
.hatiaraatdruMatiauldbattasd. 11 you want Ue keel, pi
Dr. Pcal'o
For salt by JOH s H PHI1.PS,
Spvuee Street, Seranton, Pa.
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CQ
BCRANTON AXD W1LKM-BABRK. PA. JIANCFACTOBERS Of
LoComotiYes and Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
GwenU Offio SCBAJNTOX, TX.
allace
WASHINGTON AVE.
0pp. Court Holm
7 it- J1Z7t'?&-
CORNER
Lacka. and Adams Avei
iM flr
Dr. EX Grewer
The rbtladolphl. PpHsVst,and his asociatJ
staff of F.mrllnh and Peeiran phvsltvans,
are now permanontlv located at
I 811 SPniTK ST., HCIMXTOfl.
I The doctor Is s rraduste of tbs University of
petinsvlrsnis, formerly demonstrator of physl
olcpy and surirerr at the Wedico-Chimrrical
Collepe of Ihiladelphla. A specialty of
rhrorto. Nervous, 6kin, Heart, Womb and
Blood diseases.
DISEAS S 0? THE NERVOUS SYSTEM
syn
conOdenee, s-xual went nans in men
and o
floatink'
, man. hull rising in tbe throat, o'S
liafore the eyes, lofaof mtmory, unaUa tneno-
! rentrate tbe mind on one subject, ess Ir
a: art id when suddenly spoken to, and do J,
( istrrreed inli.d. which unflta thera for per
forming the actual duties i f life, making hap-
fineaa impisa.bla: dhtresaing the actios of
he heart, runs ng flash of beat, depression M
spirits, evil forebcslliiea, covardioe, fe.ir,
dreams, melan. holy, tire eaay of company,
feeling as tired iu lbs morning as whin ret r
lnjr, lack of enerfT, Bervnrsiiins, trembllr(,
confusion nf thought, dei'ressinn.constlp'itiou.
weakness of the limbs, eto. Tboee so affect 4
should consult us immediately aud be restor
ed to perfect health.
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
Weakness of Young Men Cured.
i If you have been given up by your phyaieiaa
enll apon tbe doctor and be examined. He
cures ike worst rases i f Nervous Detiility.Sero
fuls.old 8' res.i atarrbPlles.Female Weakness,
i ACtecllor.soi the Lye. bar. N and Ihroi.t,
thuia. Deafness. Tumors. Cancers and Crip-
I P a of every description.
Consultations free and strictly sacred and
confidential. flloe hours daily from ta. m.
ttanp. for symptom
i Lienks aud mv nook ca led "New Life."
, wili r y ; thousand dollars In uold to
anyone 'b. ml cun..t .cure of EP1L-IT-0
, CONVULSIONS or TIT. ,,
DR. E. QRF.WEB.
311 Spruce Street, (krautju, Pa.
& Go
KG Vil
RESTORED!
'NIRVE8EKD.
el.srral ri.ilF si"
um tomn all asewat .lw
i.AW&.!!WX!&? aisTafliSuTa.. loss of po.ee
ll..iluaha H akaril HflHaV
lteaaacbe,Wake(ulnex
tLhprMX cnii"rn oj moi " ".' v "i . rnB.
, .i.ia er .tlmulanta. waica iraa w tn!r. r
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EVERY WOMAN
Only harmless tSi
Pennyroyal PHIs
Pharmacia, eor. Wyoming vn ....

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