The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, June 26, 1894, Page 2, Image 2

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THE SCHANTON TBIBUjSrE TUESDAY MOTWTING. JUNE 26, 1594.
ASE
BALL
Scranton, by Heavy Hitting, Takes a Game
from the State league Leaders.
WON OUT IN THE NINTH INNING
Easton Stumbles Into a Hornet's Nest
at Pottsvillo and Suffers Two Disas
trous Defeats AHentown Too Much
for Reading Various Base Ball, Bi
cycle and Sporting News in General
Entertainingly Recorded.
Pjss CRANTON'S victory
I , V, club lowered the
:.. '-'(ItlJ1 P"contaB of the
-' J ' WA '.-T lfladr somewhat,
M 'Vj out it will not de.
V hti.1 oar them from fin
Jt isbiuc as loaders iu
tho first State league
jj 1 ?uanipionship series
Jyl by a good margin.
Pottsville, by her
two victories over EsstOO, added sev
eral points to her credit to the percent
age column, passing Altoonu aud Koinsr
into fifth place. Heading was uot ahlo
to maintain her winning streak and
went down before Allentowu. The
Kiuue scheduled at Altoona between
the club from that pluce and Hazleton
was postponed ou account of rain.
'i he following table gives the per
centages of the clubs, together with the
number of games won and lest by each,
ami their standing in the championship
taco:
Won. Lost. Per Ct.
Ilnrrisburg 81 t) .775
Bailstou in lti ,M8
Allen town 8 18 .6B0
K.-diug S3 88 .500
PottWUM 17 18 .47:2
.itooun 16 18 .7
Beranton is 22 .450
Easton 7 UO .ISA
SCUKDULE FOR TODAY.
BL-ranton at Harrlsbnrg.
Alleutowu at Uuadmg.
Quleton at Altoona.
Kaston at rottsville.
WON OUT IN THE NINTH.
Goranton Difaata Harrtsburg by Heavy
Hi'ting- in tho Ninth I:ini.
Special tu tlie Scranton Tribune.
HAXBI8BUR0, June 85. Carpenter.
local pitcher, occupied tho bos for
Harrisbnrg today iu tluir game with
Scranton, mid held tho heavy hitters
from the electric city down to six hits
up to the ninth inning, when singles
ty Patterson, Hogers, Stnltz and Phe
lan, and u two base hit by Massey,
biou'ht in the winning runs, with no
one out. Score :
HABBISBUBGh
u. n. pa a. e.
Eng(n, If. l a 5 o o
Huston, sb a l o 3 a
Meensy. rf 1 1 8 0 0
Hamburg, lb 0 1 18 1 0
Bales, 2b l o o 2 l
Wrlgut,ct 0220 i)
Moss, s o o o 4 I
Ueme.c O 0 9 0 0
t'arpeutor, p 2 1 8 3 0
Total 7 6 84 12 4
Winning run scored with no ouo out.
BCRANTON.
u. h. ro. a. c.
llogan, c. f I 0 8 U 0
WstseL sa 110 4 0
Patchen, c l 2 2 o l
Rogers, rf 9 2 o o 8
Btsits, L f 12 7 0 0
Phelan, 2b 111X1
Massey, lb 0 2 10 0 0
Westlake, 3b o 2 8 2 o
Uodsou, v 1 0 o 8 0
Total 8 13 Sfl 9 4
Sales out, dropped infield fly.
Harrisburg. ...0 020038 0 O-T
Bcrnntou l o o o o l 3 o 3 8
Earned runs Harrisbnrg, 4; Scranton.S.
Left on bases Harrlsburg, 0; Bcranton, 10.
Ease oa balls Harrisbnrg, 5; Scranton, 4,
Struc'c nut Carpenter, Hodson, Three
i ase bits Wright. Two base hits Wright,
Wetzi-1, M assay. Sacrifice bit Wetzel,
Hogsn, Pateben, Hodson, Stolen baaos
Huston:!, Hamburg, Pbelan. Double piny
Ma'sey, Time 1.45. Umpire MitooelL
OTHER STVTS LEAGUE RESULTS.
At Pottsvillo Flnt game, 7 iuuiuga
PottSVllls 4 1 2 0 0 12 10-29
Easton 0 0 5 0 0 3 4-U
Hits Pottsvill. '-9; Easton, 12. Erron
Pottsville, !: Easton, 4. Batteries
Wilson and Digginsi Ciirr, Delaney aud
Banb. Game mum to start second.
S.icond game
Pottsville 0 1 030020 2-8
F.as-tou 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 01
Hits Pottsvillo. 15: E;vton, 5. Errors
Pottsville. 1; Easton, 4. Batteries
Fox and itiggins; Kimball and Eaveilo.
At Reading
Beading 2 0 3 2 0 0 0 3 2-11
Allentown.,..l 3 0 0 0 0 0 4 6-'j
Bits RcadinSj Ml Allontown, 25. Ei
rors Heading, 0; AHentown, 7. Batter
ies ))bo:d and Fox; Baldwin, Jhliigau
and Kelly.
At Altoona Altoona Vi. Hazloton game
postpuutd ou account of rain.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
At. Pltlhbjrg
Pittsburg 0 0 2 0 3 0 1 0 x- 8
Washington.. OOOCOOOo l
Hits Plttsbnrg, ii; Washington 10. Er
rors Pittsburg, I): Washington, 1. Bat
f cries Killen ami Morritt; Esoor and Alc-Cit-.ir.'.
Umpire Powers.
At Louisville
Louisville 0 000010001
EOOton 3 0 1 3 0 0 2 0 X 'J
Hits Louisville, 4: Boston. 12. Er
ran Louisville, 4: Boston, 4. Batteries
Kntll imrt Barlei -Nichols and Rvau. Um
pire (Jaffuey.
At Bt. LquIs
St. Louis 0 31 00000 0-3
New York.... 0 u 2 o 0 o 0 o 08
HHh St. Lonll, 7: New York, (i Errors
St. LouK 4; Ni-w York, 1. Batteries
Clarkson and I'eiti; Kusio aud Wilsou.
Unit, ire Hurst.
At Chicago
Chicago 8 0 3 4 0 4 0 0 1-15
Baltimore 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 4 0-8
Hits Chicngo, 17: Baltimore, 17. Errors
Chicago, 0; Baltimore, 8. Batteries
Batcblnion and BoBrivar; Unllann and
BuOtnbOn and Clarke. Umpire Lynch.
At Clcvflaud-Cleveland-Brooklyn game
postpoued on acoouut of raiu.
At Cincinnati Cinciunati-Philadelphia
gaum postponed on account of wet
grouuas.
EASTERN LttG'.IE.
At Sorlngneld Springfield, 4 : Buffalo, 8.
(First game.) Springfield, 5; Buffalo, 20.
(Second game.)
At Erie Erio, D; Providence, 8,
At Binghamton Biughamton, 4; Syra-
CUbO, 7.
B.'SE BALL BRIEFS.
A number of the college ball players who
live or uro visiting in this city, will go to
Ciirbonflale today, to play a gnmo witn
the crweonts.
MtQaatd and Armstrong, of Harris
burg, have been released to Easton.
The Phillios have imrciianud the release
ot Short Stop Bullivau nom tue vvasuing
ton club.
The Uuions, of Hyde Park, will play the
Electrics, of Taylor, on Thursday aftor
uoun at 4 p. m.
The Scranton club will play a postponed
game in this city tomorrow with Altoona,
when Hodson will pitch his farewell gamo
for Scranton. On Thursday Altoona will
probably play two games in this city.
The James Boys challenge tho Olyphant
Browns or the Morning Glories, of Dun
more, to a game of ball on the James
Boys grounds Thursday, June 28, at 3
o'clock, for 110 to (25 a side. J. Mullarlcy,
captniu. First como first served.
Manager Soelee, of tho Boston club, yes
terday wired to Treasurer Rogers, of tho
Philadelphia club, offering to trade Staloy
aud Banssl for Taylor. Of course the of
fer will not be accepted, unless the Phila
delphia club officials ure "rattled," and do
not know what they are doing in their
present demoralize J condition.
Philadelphia U after Jueenoy and Moss.
They will have to offer considerable more
money, as President Meyers yill not let
them go for (SOU each. Bostou and Pitts
burg are both after Meeuey, tho former
offering $W0 for him. This offer was ro
fused, and President Meyers said ho
thought he would have to raise the price
of Meeuey to $1,5(J0. Uarrisburg ludo
pendent. There is talk of bringing tostother the
crack college players of this city and vi
cinity to play the Scrnuton's aud povBibly
make a short tour. There is excellent ma
terial for a club among the, collegeates nnd
up doubt if tho plan Is carried out boiuo
good games can bo looked for. Hero is a
club that would bo ablo to face any
league aggregation. Catcher, Williams,
Princeton) pitcher, Carmody, (Towandu)
Georgetown; shult stop, Brooks, Prince
ton; first base, Ooeckel, (Wilkes-Barre)
University of Pennsylvania: second base,
Murphv, Ucorgotowu: third base, Gun
ster, University of Pennsylvania; field,
(ielhert, University of Pennsylvania;
Cawley, Niagara; Harleigh, Georgetown.
OUR COLLEGE YOUNG MEN.
They Take Hiuh Pluca Among the Ama
teur Alhlotos of the Country.
Whilo no native of Bcrnntou has ever
achieved any great amount of fame as
u professional buee ball player, in col
lege base bsll circles the young men of
this city cut u very wide swath. Three
of the foremost players of the Prince
ton llsse Ball clnb are residents of
SVranton. They are: Brooke, ihort
stop; Gnnsler. third base; and Wil
li, ms, catcher. Biair, of this city, al
though not a regular member of the
l'tinoetod team this season, takes high
rank among college first basemen,
Obarlei Gilbert is one of the most
popular as v.'j'l us one of the best piny
ere ou tho Uuivesliy of Pennsylvania
club and Johu J Murphy has this sea
son been doing eome brilliant work
with tho (Jeorgotown Collage club at
third base. Ilo led the club iu holding
uud hsttitig. P. J. Mauly, of Duo
more, is the catcher and captain of the
tsecoud team ut Georgetown for wbioh
he has done s" Undid work during this
h 'sson. lie bus aiso playea ou lite urst
team.
Matthew Cawley is one of the hard
est hitting of college fielder, lie is
a terror to the average college pltober.
lie covers centre fluid for tho Niagara
University club iu splendid stylo.
Harry Peek is nuother hard hitter
and flue Adder. Ho Ii looked upon an
one of the moat valuable moil ou tho
Lehigh university team. Another fine
fielder is Jam-s George, who is a
member of 1st. Uomiventure college, of
Allegheny county, N. Y. Mr, Miller,
of Arohbald, is short stop fur the tutuw
clnb.
One of the best batteries of the
Georgetown College club is composed
of Carmody. piloher, aud Sullivan,
catcher, who reside at Towauda. In
G .orkle and Higglns Wilkes Brrre has
two young men who have done splen
did work for the University of Penn
sylvania club.
In other forms of college athletics
young men from this end of the state
have taken high pluoe. Msckoy, Gil
bert and Thome! aud Otto Wagon
hur?t have won faro on the Univer
sity of Pennsylvania foot ball t :mhu '
Murpby was tor a portion of list sea
son captain of the eleven (if George
town. Otto Wagonhurst, who resiled near
(louldshoro, was the captain of tbe
University of Pennsylvania boat crew
this year and his hrother James und
Arthur Bull, of Wilkei-Eirre, wore
uito members of th crew,
Cum for Headache.
As a remedy for all forms of Headache
Electric Bitters has proved to ho the very
best. It effects a permanent euro and tho
most dreaded habitual sick headaches,
yield to Its influence. We org" nil who are
afflicted to procure a bottle and give this
remedy a fair trial. In cases of habitual
constipation Electric Bitters cures by giv
ing the needed tone to th? bowels, and few
cases long resist the use of this medicine.
Try it once. Large bottles only Fifty cents
ul Matthews Bros', drug store,
WHIHLS OF BICYCLE WHEEL3.
About fifteen well known racrrs will
competo at the meet to be held In tbl.t city
on Jnly 4.
Banger being n had terms with John
son, refers to tho riders on Johnson's team
oh "tho yellow dogi, " paraphrasing the
name ot tlie wueoi Inoy use.
Thore will be an intei national bicycle
tournament at Homo ou June 28 and 80
nnd July 1. The Amsriean wheelmen BOW
in Europe are expected to take part.
John H. Johnson will make an attorant.
to bent two minutes from a standing start
mile at tlie Walt nam cycle track f u.iy
and will be psoet by five tandem tcaiu.t.
There are 111 entries for tiio longdis
tance birycio race arranged at Berlin.
Among the contestants will bo the witmers
of the Bsriin-Vienna and Milan-Mnnlcb
races.
Arrangements have been eompleted by
the tdcycle clubs of Brooklyn to bold an
annual century run. The first of the
lerjes Will ho held on July 15. At 0
o'clock on thai ni:;ht tue cyciuru will (alio
a moonlight run to Greeap rt, L. I.
Chief Consul Holmes, of tlie New Jersey
division, L. A. V., and George It. Miller
and Ernest Miller have boon appointed a
committee by the Atalantn wheelman to
confer with the aldermen of Newark
about fast riding by cyclists through the
city limits.
There ITS not ss many bloomer COStnmtS
worn by wheelmen in the east as in t uic
go. This is due to the cosmopolitan pic
gresfliveness of tho Windy city, which
adopted the loQSC ktiicliorbockers for men
lung before New Yorkers copied that find.
ion from English riders.
Iu many small cities aud towns iu Illi
nois, Indiana and Wisconsin regular bi
cycle dealers And it hard to compote with
merchant! in almost overy line of busi
ness who have taken on bicycles as a side
ins and sell machines at profitless prices
to attract trade in their other lines.
Giluiore, Gardner, Winan nud Newman,
of this city, have entered for the two mile
handicap race at tho Driving park, July 4,
and all the other events except the uovice
rac . They have also entered for the one
half and one-iiuurtsr mile championsliin
races at the State League meet at Wilkes-
Barro on July 3.
Eddie Bald, the promising Buffalo rider.
who is now on the Eastern circuit, ilnishea
bis races m a peculiarly ferocious manner
when the impulse seizes him. He has re-
tionteuly come tin uucjtnected y from the
ruck und by digging into his pedals with
all his strength, uow sitting up, auu
bending ovor his bars and tugging as
thongh trying to pull uis machine to
pieces.
Some of the clubs that have Sign Ins d
thoir intention of taking part iu the iar
sdo are as follows: Tho West Eud Wheel
men. Wilkes-Barre: Contlirv club. Phila
delphia; Wilhamsport Wlneimen: Maple
wntf vt aeeimen, uoncsus'fi; uaiuinoiuo
Wheel club; Great Uciid Cycle club: Au
thraclte Wbcolmen, Plttston. Hologaiious
WEIGH THE BABY OFTEN
A Very Simple and Easy Test
of Growth,
When the Increase is Slight Put
Baby on Laotated Pood.
It Has Saved the Lives of Thousands
of Babies What Is It.
Weighing the
baby every week is
( " T au om - lasoioneu
WT m-thod of deter
mining us ueaiiu,
but thero is no sim
plc-r way.
A healthy baby
increases in weight
vry eteadlly. Auy
decrease is a plain
warning that the
little one is not
properlv nourished; the mother's milk
ii insufficient or not healthful ; or if an
"artificial" food is used it does not
meet the baby'slretiuiroments. The in
fant should be put ou luctated food ut
once.
L touted food is as "natural" as hun
ger. In it thii combination of tho
necessary elements of pure, healthy
mother's milk is accomplished.
Using pure milk imgar ai a finals
Ihtre is combined with it the richest
glutteu 11 itir of wheat and oatfl, which
by loug subjection to high steam heat
unilur pressure, aud while iu constant
motiou, has been perfectly cooked and
ready to he eiieily acted upon by tho
important addition of the pure malt
extract.
It is a safe, simple, invaluable food
for infants, and they like it and thrive
upon it, and grow healthy aud strong.
Thousands of thankful testimonials
from fund parents are ssut every yeur
to the munnfacturers of this food.
Hero is oue from Mrs. L. W. Hills, of
Kiverslde, It)., the ninth ir of the
bovneing boy whoso picture appears
above:
"Laotated food saved my baby's life.
At tho age of five weeks I put him on
artificial food. Not being euccessful
with the first brand I discontinued
that and tried coudensod milk. That
did uot seem to contain nourishment
enough, and at the age of five months
he wus so poor od sickly that I bad
no idea I would raino him. Reuding
of luctated food I gave it a trial. He
began to improve within a few days
and has continued to do so. We have
net given him u drop of medicine sine
uing laotated food. I consider thut it
.saved iiia life, uud whenever my boy is
praised for hij bright, healthy looks I
never fail to tell his admlrori that he
is a laotated fool boy."
from clubs in Uarrisburg, liinghatnton,
Heading, EiSton, Tieutou aud BelRluheui
will also be present.
On tho evening of July 2, tho Scranton
Bicycle olnb Will go to Wilkes-Barro to
participate in tho lantern parade of the
Wilkes Eurre whe-dnien. The Lawnnoc
band will accompany the party. A special
train has beeu placed at tho disposal Ot Ihe
Bcrautonlans by tho Delaware Ss liudtou
Canal company.
There has been n rumor clrculatfd that
there is an i ff rt on foot to boycott
Charlie Murphy for his alleged fouling of
Taxis nt I'iniutkid, two weeks ago. It
has been leami d from good authority that
whoever the guilty person may bo (either
Wells or Hurphy) he will receivo tho
heaviest penalty ever levied for the
offense, when CUairinau Haynjond makis
the matter public.
A large number of wheelmen and many
wheel women are touring on wheels In va
rious parts i.f tho country, and n score or
more are known to he crossing the conti
nent. The number of tourists hits not in
creased proportionately with the total
number of riders since touring began, but
this is explained by the fact that wheels
are iu very many ernes used through econ
omical motives nowadays.
Bneklen's ArxUoa Saiys.
7he best tai'e in the world for Cuts
Brnises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Hheum, Pevor
s res, Tetter, Chapped Hands. Chilblains,
Corns and all Skin Eruptiouj, und potl
tiv iy cures Piles, or no pay mquirod. It
guiU'auteod to giro periect tatisfautiou
or money refunded. Prico Uu ccuts per
box. For sale by Matthews Bros.
GENERIC .( , i 'I .; N0TI1
Sixty-one trotters and pacors have al
ready reduced their records this season.
The projected Joint race meeting of the
lien i Pari; and Brooklyn Jockey clues
ou July -1 has been declared off.
Obarloi McKeerer outpointed-William
H. Dongherty at the American Athletic
club ou Saturday .night In a four-round
Loxlug bjiit.
Ohsrlcs McCarthy oatpotnted o.vsn H,
Z igler iu a SiX-rnnnd boxing bout on
Batnrday night nt tho Ariel Athletic club,
Philadelphia,
Joseph Walcott, of Boutin, defeated
Michael Harris, of New York, In a boxing
bout at Ills pounds, in Bouton, on Saturday
nijht. Walcotl had th? best of the con
test from tbe beginning, and Busily won
iu the sixth round.
a cablegram from Paris slates that the
decoration of ihe French scsdetuy bs
been conferred upon Profersor w. U.
Sloanp, of Ptincetown university, Ameri
can Commisstooer to the International
Athletic congress, which clohud thero ou
Batarday,
Tbe Coney Island grand national steeple
chit so attracted 15, 00) people to tbe Sheep -head
Bay track u S:. til I titty. The rai e,
which wan over tho lull course, WaSWOU
by Uleufullou, who huat H.dm.in by cne
long'.bin a driving finish. Thore were ten
.starters nud the Winner sold 0 to 1 bcft,ie
the Mart wns made.
Thn prince of Wales, commodore of the
Royal Yacht squadron, na completed ar
rangements With G-oree Gould for a pri
ValO match race between the Am M icau
yacht Vigilant nud his royal bleb uses'
yacht Britannia, to be sailed oo Jniy.'.i,
over the con in of the Royal Yacht clnb,
storting nnd fiulsbiug nt Cowee.
The victory ol Cbnrlos g. Phillips, Jr.. ot
the .Malta Boat chit., in the junl r scull
race at tho Bchnylklll Navy regatta on Sa
turday, was a moat popular one, Pidiiip.
played football, boxed aud wiostlcd all
winter to keep hliuttelf iu rondition, ami
began rowing iu a working b. at iu tho
spring, aud subsequently iu a racing shell,
all With a view ot winttiOg tlioJimiur
championship ol the navy.
Before the candidates for the Yale foit
ball eleven left college last weak thoy were
called together by Captain fjlnbey and
given final directions for summer tralulug.
l'weln candidates were ordered to report
at Travers Island Sept. IU. The Ysle team
will open the seas.ut with n gam with
Trinity college on Sept. tl, at thn Yale
field. Captain Hhikev awarded jirisi's lor
tho contents during the preliminary prac
tices as follows i Drop kickiug, Pranks,
Betterworth, of Washington, U. and
s. BrinkerboS Thome, New Y'ork city;
punting, David C. Twitcimll, of Hartford,'
and Howard B. Leu. of Louisville, Ky.j
place kicking, Davlu C. Twitchell aud
t' rank U. Uurte, of Kingttou.
Motbersl Uothtril! Kothsrsltl
Jlrs. Winslow's Hoothlug Hyrnp has been
ie fit lor over fifty years by millions of
mothers for their children whilo toothing,
with perfect success. It soothes the child,
softens the gums, allays ull pnin; cure
wind colic, and Is tho best roniody for di
srrlueu. fold by d.iuggists Inevorypart
of tho world. Be sure and ask for "Mrs.
WIuhIow's Soothing Syrup," aud take no
no other kind. Tweuty-flye cents a bottle-
ONE
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A Word.
Wan.H of all kinds coit that much, ea
ttpt i'fuatone iraated,uiiich are inserUi
sYJBtt
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lirANfED- TTiKBlTfuUNISHBL) BOOM8
in i-iMitj-ul ,,iirt nf eltv. Ailtli-ua. T. H..
care Tribuuit Office.
for Rent.
AUK WINOl.A CUTTAOK, KUKN'ISHEL),
J to let with bsro. Il-.l l'euii aveliuu.
Special Kotices.
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speculate saooeesfuHjr in the Stock and
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TttlBOua olliee. Vuiek Work, Kousonahle
prices,
MKAL 'J 1CKI.TS CAN BE II Al AT HI,
corner Bpraea street and Kraukliu avn
iiuo. Twenty moM tickets for SH.M. Good
tablo board.
Boarding.
OUMHlilt BOAKDING FOUR BSSPBOT
Ll uble persons can liuil li rat class bourd
With Kinull family in la go. airy house. Hot
nd cold lutths. Free carriage to depot and
church Three-qnarters d s mile trom ta-
Uon. lli altay loeulity. Addr. SS bus 08,Clarks'
Hinntult.
tea
OST-A GOLU UAIU 1'IN WITH WHITE
iirouirs. Finder will bo su.tubly re-
arded by retnrnlae the wuue to Colontd E.
B. Hippie, 'J'bird National bank bnilding.
Legal.
TM KK TBAKSFBB OF HOtBL UCBKSB
1 of Johu G. Edward:., ul i ..:!.;!. wunl ot
ttorantou to Ana btsvonsi pottcs a besaby
given tbat court bss tixd lulyS, Ull, at no.
in., iu open court tor the hearing "( thoaboTS
traiiHfen. 'i'AYl.Olt iK LEWI8, AttOTUSysfor
Petition ora
A UDITOB'U NOTIcli - i W VttDKft.
V signod. aa auditor appointed by thu Uu
phan'S Court at LacbaWanbt ennnty, to pssP
up jii vscoDtiooi Blsd to ascoant of slid to iiin
trilmte laonuy found ti h i In the IntieU of
rraqois B, Sillier, sseontor ot the will of
Pi ixlw Amu Miuit 1 , dacesssd. h' reliv gives
Uotiee that he will attend tu Ui" cult IM of hut
aiipidi.liuvnt ut tlu' bMcb ul Taylbr I etvU,
C niiulouwealth Bnddtug, Scrantjn, P$L on
W'edncsdtiy, July 25 MMi at U a, in., at which
thti.i und place all pu rsoUS having el-iium
Msinatuio said instate must press'at thum or
he torever tucreutor dabarrsd from coining
iu ou said fund
liEKlliZKT L. TAYLOK. Auditor.
Proposals.
CliAIEl) PIf'PoSALS WH.L BE BE
SS celved at th office of the City Clurk,
Mtr.ni; ou, l'a UatU 7. JII o'clock p. ut. ThUM'
day, Julys, ll. to eoattruet lntral eewsrs
with the LSOSSSaCy i.e . l aales. lump
boles. uxturei and atipliaucss jnSilss.llin
oial C'urliun and fjordan ttrt e's in ascordanoo
with pJtu, niolliutui u; :d' n'.'n u.. iliod' in
Uie office ' f lty Clel It.
Each proposal sbali ho sccontpsniad hy cash
or certlilv'd chuck in tho 611m ot uno hundred
dollnra
In ius tho hlddtir to vhum tic Contract
siisll BaVS been awarded refuses Ct oinit to
ssscnte s em. tract tor thft work In accordance
with plan nud spccilliMtii ns Ibarsfors, w.taiu
ten days trom date ofawbrd. the unci teure uc
BtnnpaaybiR bis proposal sball hof.irf.it d to
the tuo ot the city ot Hcrantea. The iiy ro
wrves tho right . rsj -ct -:y and all bids.
By order o( City Ceunclls.
U. T I.' V: LLE, City Clerk.
Serunt a. Pa . June . l!St
Situations Wanted.
CITUATIOX WANTED BY A YdL'.Sfl
O iiiri ssanu'ssortodorigbtnoasowork,
Adtlr s.. K. E., He North lllmors ;. venue.
T ADY WANTS TO !M) iOBUBBIHO,
Jj vras'u.uj: or any kiud of uluauiug. Appll
to ill Kim street.
OITUATlON WANTIH l.Y A YOUNU
p lady dsslrabli ef o itsinlng u posiUoo ua
book-ktoper, essbier, or at gsnenu other
work, Beet rotsrsnota wUt be f urniihsd. ln
tiuire Ms Chestnut street
I7ANTKU-A POSlTltiN AS K' KK
' keeper, d ililile and ulngle entry, hy a
lady who hssgrndnatml Iq ai hranuses; good
referanooa Address K. I. M , Duamoro. Pa.
Do Yen Need Printing?
Conanlt THE TlUnUME JOB DE
PARTMBNT, Do Ywr Boo'is M MMI
Coninlt 1 Hi
ERY,
TRIBUNE WNU-
" i i n . i p 1 1 t
DauKru pi saie oi.mfi i
Of New, Fresh Goods at tho store of GROSS, FOSTER & CO.
Dress Goods, Silks, White Goods, Muslin Curtains, Ladies'
Gents' Underwear, Hosiery and Gloves, Corsets, Cloaks,
Shirt Waists and Blouses and Several Hun
dred Other Articles.
These goods were purchased at SHERIFF SALE and the people aro boiieflteil thereby.
No merchant in the world can buy goods in the regular way and compete with our prices.
The reserved portion of this stock will be placed on sale during this week.
THE MILLINERY DEPARTMENT will be closed out for almoat nothing to mako
for other goods.
Ko many come in the afternoon that there is scarcely standing room. It would bo much more
ant to come iu th6 morning, but if you can't como iu tlie morning,
COME ANY TIME!
for you will not have anothor chance to get fresh goods for so little money.
GROSS,
31 3-31 B
onnolly&y
"Fin de Siecle."
Colored Print
They are not likely to be with us
CONNOLLY & WALLACE
Furniture Upholstered
By the most experienced workmen in the city.
NO FANCY PRICES.
SPRING
HOUSE
HEART LAKE,
E. OBOFUT
Susquehanna Co.
Proprietor,
'jilis HOJ tE is strictly teuipcranca. Is new
! aid wu tttrulsbaS aad tPEKtD Tu
IHE PUBLIC tan xBAB UoCND; Is
liicat'vl midway h itweou Moulro.oau I rli ran
twit, mi Moatrass aud l.acsnw'auirt IttllnuJ,
.'i milej from U., It, Si Vf. Ii It at Alford
tatioa,and lieu inllm from ttiatroisi cu
ilaelty, (Ighty.flyo; throu iuina;o.s' wa.k I rom
it. 14. atafiuu.
tiOOU I)AT. li-UINtJ TICKIJ3, 4Sc,
FUEE T.) UUE8IB.
K AHItado about Sf,noo fast oqualliUf in thin
O.S1H.-U wj AMironaaoa uau tatiniu Sloua-
tabia
I ino grovo-i. alo.ity of .,tuilo u.l bgiuitifnl
(cenery, msklltS S. Suiniunr liujort unci-
eoilmi uu beauty ai d
Daaubll paridon, s.-ui ;n, cr.j U ;t .;f ounds,
e ( Li Sprias Aster and plant? ot ill;k
Itatei, 7 to SilO per ,ek. tLSO 'jer
tiny.
Bficurtku Ueksts soli at all station uu D.
Li. i: Vr. hues.
1'urt r meets ail traius.
Hotel Wayerlv
m
Eurcpoan Tlan. Firnt-olau Car ttahl
I : lor Uerguer A Eugid'e Tajiuhanuor
Boor
I E Col 15t!i and Filbert PhlllJi
ileit drslrahlo forrsslrtents ef N.E. Peun
lylTuiila All eoBTeutencss i.-r trnvelere
t. and from Eraad Street eUtl ui una the
Twelfth nud MnrkSt .Street f-taticu. Ii,,
itrnhlu fur visiting derail toi.laiu nud pa
He lu the AnthraclUi Xegiou.
T. J. VICTORY,
PROPRIETOR.
N. A. HULBBRT'9
City Music Store,
- WVOJIUia AVK. 6CUA.NTO
BTEINWA Y ft SON
DKCKHJt, BHOTBBBI
KitANK'ii & HACK
ti'UJVlU liAUEU
ASS
tint n ;-.r;. etnok of Qrst-olaa
MUtllCAIi mi:i;cuanlrs14
MimiC. ETC.. ETU
PIANOS
ORGANS
Dimes Are Like Dollars
AT THE OBBAT
fompnrey
FOSTER 6c CO.
Lackawanna Avenue.
You Seen
Black Grounds with Handsome
Work. The latest noveltv nut.
PRICE, 16c. A YARD
209
TOM
COB. LACKAWANNA AND ADASB
Fee our FIFTEliN DOLLAR 9ulid
Oak Bedroom Beti
We sell Furniture as cheap as
any house iu the country that in
tends to give honest value for the
money. Try us.
Hull 4 Co
101 MD EC?
IHOM and STE
NOnWAY IRON
lit. it Ii Hl.lMiiM)
KiTRA SPKOIATj
H.tVDKRSON'8 KNQLISH
JKSJBor'S KNUiilSIl
CAST bi I I 1 I.
uuitsii; tiiio&g
TOE CALK
flHQ
MACHINERY
SPRING
BO FT STl'.Kli
ANVILS
BKLLOWS
HOH8F. NAILS
WILEY & RUSSELL AND WELLS nHOS
CUTTING MACHINERY.
Bittenbender &Co.,Scranton,
Wbolasale and rstull dealers' in Wagonmakers'
tUPPLIEri
LOUIS B. SMITH
Dealer in Choice Confections and Frnits.
BREAD AND CAKES A SPECIALTY.
FINEST ICE CREAM
1437 Capouse Avenua
a uon
and
room
pleas-
100 blOGK
Wallace
Tlierax ?
oire
long.
WASHINGTON AVE.
Opp. Court Hous9.
DM if f f
AVENUE.
VKClMiG HE.
WAGON WHEELS
AXLKS
fiPRINGS
HUBS
Sl'UKES
niMs
STKKL SKEINS
It. R. SPIKES
SCREW
and Elacksmithi'
IIMBUM
FROM : A.M. TO 11 r.n.
IN OIViON TO SUP.
WITH UK CUE AM.
IHIiHII!!S!l!l!
You sre lutereitod in Wedding
Preaouts, wa would like to
huvo' vou call and txsmina
our ctook, If. Impossible
as- R hn H sortmentof ifi ods
in Gf Vjy' V our line than wa
uhvo to rtler, and our cash pyMem
(,'uaantei-s you th') best mluiibles pro
curable. Oct our uow price list, at
imy rate,
before you RPb g 0 It will at
leis: (jlvo E' 1 1 Xm youiibint
ofwbstwe KJkV 'SjS' B are doinK
tlirouglmnt tlie etoru iu ersry depsrt
mont. Dismouds will prove a profita
ble Investment these days. Their rapid
rise iu value is sure und certain, end
If you want to irot tl'e lowst prieen STfJf
touched in I
Ibt'sobril-
lisuts,buy
FREEMAN,
Cash Dealer In Plumonds, Watohoi,
Jewelry, filo.
Cor. Penn Ave. and Spruce St.
niiiiiiimsisii
A Handsome Complexion
j in one ot tho greatest charms a woman con
KljISS. PuUO.-U'a UoMPLSXION POWDOD
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