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TIH3 SCKANTOH TEIBUITE-TtUISDAT MOIEITKrO. JULY 31, 1S94.
Scrantoa Equals Harrlsburg's Famous Ban ot
Fifteen StralfiLt Victories.
JA5EY MOT'S men GO down
In a Game of Both Loose and Bril
liant Playing Allentown Loses to
PottsviMa and Hazleton to Lancaster.
The Phillies Loss to Reading.
Standing of the Clubs National
and Eastern League Results Inter
esting Base Ball and Bicycle Chat.
was th reward ot
fTH Ser an ton's ball
L.-sfCi VaI 3 ulnyers yesterday,
while Kelly's Al
enffjrtd defeat at
1 he bunds of the
Tfan the slight gap
separating the two
furmer clubs Trail
result of yesterday's
Btute Ltagu giu. Pottiville holds
on to third pluae, cloialy followed by
Lancaster, whose position is strength
ened by its Tietory oyer Huzleton.
Beading was also victorious yesterday
defeating the Philadelphia.
The following table gives the per
centages of the clubs, the number of
games won and lost by each, and their
standing in the championship race:
Won. Lost. PerC't.
widened as u
Fcranton 10 3 .842
Alleutown 14 5 .Til
Pottsville 10 8 . .550
Lancaster 9 9 .500
Hazleton 8 11 Ml
Heading 7 11 .DS'J
Hsrrisburc 7 12 .BBS
Philadelphia.... 3 15 .107
SCHEDULE FOR TODAY.
Haniaburg at Scranton.
Lancaster it Hazleton.
Pottsville it Allentown. .
Philadelphia at Reading.
STILL PUSHING ONWARD.
Locals Win from Harriiburjr by Hard
Another victory was recorded in fa
vor of Scranton yesterday, Harrisbnrg
being tho victim. That makes the fif
teeuth consecutive league gams the lo
cals have won. They also won the ez
liiMtion contest following Saturday's
league game, which makes a string of
sixteen uninterrupted victories.
There was an abundance of bitting
all through the game.' Long Tom
Flanaghau's curves and shoots re
ceived the worst punishment that has
been administered to them for weeks,
Sprogel, who fondled the sphere for
HarrUliurn, fared much worso.
The locals punched the balls all over
the field until the rent and lacerated
ntmostpbere groaned in agony as the
horsibhle sphere lore great, gnpiug
boles in it. Mr. Sprogel was found
altogether for seventeen hits and only
the splendid work of the fielders kept
the total down to that figure.
Staltz curried off the batting honors
of the day, with two singles and two
tripUs. . Hognn bnd a single and a
triple, and Westlake a double and two
During the first five innings the
game was sharply coaUsted. Harris
bnrg was playing in its first season
form and there were not a few among
the spectators who expected to see
Coxey Sales and the members of his
club break the long string of victories
that have rewarded Bcrantou's earnest
It may have been the wrong font
stockings they wear, the waim
weather or the hard hitting of the lo
cals, but whatever the cause, true it is
that after the fifth lnninjf the boys
from Harrisbnrg played decidedly
careless and sloppy ball, They lost as
they deserved. The score:
R. II. P.O. A. E.
Wetzel, s. s 2 0 2 5 1
Hoi;an, o. f. 12 4 11
Patcben.C. 2 8 0 0 0
Jlacaey, lb 0 1 10 0 0
Pbelau, 2b 0 1 1 0 1
Staltz, 1. f 3 4 3 0 1
RoRers, r. f . c 2 2 0 0 0
vHtlake, 3b 2 8 1 3 0
Flanaznan, p 0 1 0 3 0
Totals.. 12 17 27 12 1
R. H. P.O. A. K.
Smink, 1. f 0 1 2 0 0
HnatoD,3b 1 1 1 1.1
Sleany. r. f 0 11 0 1
Hamburg, lb 0 1 7 0 0
Snlf-s, 2 b 1 1 4 1
Wright, c. f 1 1 0 0 3
Mot, g. s 2 2 0 2 1
Xprotrel, p 8 8 0 2 1
Wente, o 115 10
Totals 8 13 26 7 9
Patcben out for running out of line.
Scranton 1 8 0 2 1 2 8 1 0-12
Harrisburg....! 1 20200208
Earned runs Scranton 5, Harrisonrg 8.
Two bape bits Westlake, lleany, Wright,
Mob. Three base hits floprau, Staltz 2,
Smink. Sacrifice hits Flanaijlian 2.
Stolen baes Hogan, Staltz 2, W9tlake,
Ropers, Huston. Double ploys Hoguu
to Patchon. Struck oat By Flanaghau 4,
Sprogel 4. First baae on balls By Flana
clian 2, Sprogel 2. Wild pitches Fiana-
eban 8. Hit by pitcher Smink. Passed
balls Patchen 2. Time 2:00. Umpire
OTHER STATE LEAGUE RESULTS.
Hazleton 1 0000020 08
Lancaster.... 0 0100400 x 5
Hits Hazleton, 8; Lancaster, 10. Er
rors Hazleton, 1; Lancaster, 1. Batteries
Fee and Moore; Shlevel and Cote.
Allentown.... 0 0100080 0-4
fottsvillo 0 0112000 15
Hits-Allentown, 8; Pottsville, 7. Er
rors Allentown, 5: Pottsville. 2. Bat'
teries Baldwin and Millignn; Fox and
Rradiug 1 02000 1 1 49
Philadelphia.. 4 0010000 0-5
Hits-Reading, 14; Philadelphia, 1L
Errors Reading, 2; Philadelphia, 7. Bat
teries Coyle and ox; Bradley ana Roth.
Cincinnati.... 0 20000004-
Pittbburg......! OB400 10 X-8
Hits-Cincinnati, 11; Pittsburg, 11. Er
rorsCincinnati, 2; Pittsburg, 1. Batteries-Cross
and Murphy; Onmbert and ting
dan. Umpire Uaffney.
New York... 70000000 x 18
Philadelphia. .1 010208007
Hits-New York, 9; Philadelphia, 12.
Errors-New York. 0: Philadelnbla. 0.
Batteries German and Wilson; Taylor,
Fanning, Crois and Grady. Umpire
Boston 0 0022000 15
Baltimore 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 02
Hits-Boston, 9; Baltimore, 7. Errors
Boston, 1; Baltimore, 4. Batteries Stiv
etts and Ryan; Hawke and Robinson,
umpires juciuata and (Jaupbeli. ,
Washington.. .3 0 1 1 8 0 1 0 2-10
Brooklyn 1 0211O0106
Hlts-Wahlngton, 13; Brooklyn, 9.
Errors Waehiuutoii, 4; Brooklyn, 3. Bat
leriet Maul and MuUuire; Daub and
Ktualow. Urn; ire Lmalle.
LouisvilUt 1 0022000 05
Cleveland 0 0 0 1 0 3 1 0 5-10
Hin-Louisville. 9; Cleveland, 18. Er
ror Loulville,:0; Clevoiaud, 5. liattor
e Wailsvrorth and CM in; Clippy and
O'Connor. Umpire Hurst.
St. Louis 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 004
Chicago, 1 0001001) 4-8
Hits St. Louis, Ut Chicago, 0. Errors
St. Louis, 3; Chicago, 2. Uattries llaw
ley aud Twlunham; Straltou Ktttridgo.
At Providtnc Providenco, 9; Troy, 7,
At Hiillivlo-Hliu-hnnuou, 4; Buffalo, 9.
At Springfield Syracuse,!); Springfield, 7.
At Erie-Erie, 2; 'WilkesBarre, 5.
GLINTS FROM THE DIAMOND.
Anson wants to sell or exchange Pitcher
Jimmy Peoples has been made a Western
Dnugau, formerly of Chicago, is playing
center Held for Detroit.
Ewing will d.mbtlofS join the Cincinnati
ciuu as toon as lim leg gets well.
Ball olavers can exneet a cut in salarios
if buaiue&s keeps on as poor as it la now.
A recent came in New Orleans had to be
ttoppad on account of the intense heat.
Tiiia is unusual.
RenortB to the contrary, notwithstand
ing, the vettrau Duliymple is still playing
It is said tlmt tlin Hnltimnrea are tho
leant lined, aud the Browns the most lined
piuyurs In the League.
Umpire Dave Corooran. it is hiiMilv prob
able, will koou be added to the Eastern
league, stall or umpires.
Fanning and Haddock, two of tliosoveu
pitchers carried by the Philadelphia club,
have been given ten days' notice of release.
The Hustlers accent the challeuen of the
Coxeys of the South Side and will play
them on the Hustlers' gronnds Aug. 5, at 3
ICillen. the Pittaburff nltoher who had
his arm broken the other day by a batted
Dan, couui pitcn witn eitner ngni or lets
Just now when every other club in the
league is scouriug the country in the search
for pitchers New York has three of the
best and two good one in reserve. It is
right here that the New Yorks have a
graud chance to win the peuaut.
The Morning Glories ot Dunmore and
the Hustlers of the West Side played an
exciting game of ball at Sport hill Sunday.
The game was called at the eighth tuning,
the rain interfering. Score, Moruiug
Uloriea, 7; Hustlers, 7. Botb clubs will
play again in the near future.
ComUkey is not playing on his nine.
There is no doubt about "Commy's" decline
in bealth. He lacks running powers, and
a throe base hit and a sprint from first to
third almost exhausted him, so that it was
nectisary to invent excuses to cuin time in
which be could regain his "wind." The
great nrst baseinau will not play many
"Let them all hit it," was "Charley"
Farrell's advice to Meekin in the second
Baltimore game. It was the gulden advice
of a good bane ball general. A base on
balls gives uo cbance for a put out, aud is
demoralizing besides, but when the bats
man hits the bull one ot the nine fielders
muy have a chance at it. "Let them all
hit it" is a good motto fur any pitcher. F.
O. P. Caylor.
The Pottsville papers have taken excep
tions to the statement iu Tujs Tribune
thst certain members of tun Pottsville
team pluv dirty ball, aud declare it is
not so. If the article ot ball that several
Putttvllle mou huve offered to the public
duriog the recent visits of that club to this
city dues uot deserve the terms dirty and
ruftlainly, tbeu we are at a loss to know
just l ow these terms are defined at PottB
ville. "Eddie" Buiks' s worshippers, who "look
down on Saramis" from the "roost" in left
held, are agitated by only two sentiments
auring tue progress ol a game at tbe Polo
ground. One is that of uubouuded admi
ration for the (iiant's left fielder, and the
other 1 that of extreme hatred for the
visiting rival. They pass tho afternoon
alternately chsoring "Eddie" and hotting
the unfortunate player, who as a strauger,
is compelled to field under the shadow of
their contempt. The words of loving en
couragement which drop from their Hps
upon 'Eddie's" head Cud antitheses in ear
enstie remarks wbicu are burled at the
foreign fielder. Every fly ball which a
Uiaut tends up to lert ueid reaches the op
posing fielder's hand iu a tremendous yeil
from the rooters in their tireless aud com
bined attempt to "ruttle" tbo enemy.
New York Herald.
Secretary Diddlebock of the State
league vents LU displeasure at the pro
posed abandonment of the State lea;uo by
l-cruutou, in a column article in the Phila
delphia Inquirer, directed principally
agaiUBt President Powers of tho Eastern
leaquo and the National agreemant. Tho
latter part of the article reads as follows:
"The latest causpiracy which has bwn
formed to disrupt the atato league came to
light on friday lunt. A number of th
Eastern league club have been shaky nil
the season, and the Truy club Uuully dis
banded last week. Iudeipair at thj break
ing up of bis circuit it finally occurred to
the gigantic understanding of "Pooh liah'
Powers that it would ba a master
stroke of policy to secure tbe Scran
ton club to take Troy's placo,
Putsy worked tbe wires, aud Air. Buort,
of the Wilkes-Barre club, visited Scrautuu
to work up siilhuslnstn for tbe E is'.orn
league. He succeeded so well that Mana
ger Swift aid Secretary Betts wore dis
patched to tbesp-ciul meeting of the East
ern league which was held iu N'w York
yesterday. On their way to New York
tbe Scranton representatives stopped in
this city aud unveiled tb scheme by which
tbe Eastern lraguo officials propose to r. b
the State league. According to Secretary
Betts there is nothing in the Natiouul
agreement which prohibits Scran ton
from diibandiug. It does not matter
that Scranton is Stats league ter
ritory under the prottction of the
National agreement, and that the purpose
of disbaudment is to transfer tbe club to
the Eastern league. That wrll be winked
at by the ofUciuli of tbo National lraguo.
At least that is Mr. Betts' iuforruaiiou,
aud iu care that is not permitted Secretary
Betts is Informed that there is nothing to
prevent Scranton from disbanding aud
then forming an independent club to play
with the Eastern league clubs. There are
more ways of beating the devil around
the tump than one, and 'Pooh Bah'
Powers has sevural other ways of beatlug
the National agreement. So says Secretary
Bittts. It remains to be seen whether the
ofllclals of the National league will per
mit this most flagrant violation
of the National agrtemont to go
through. The State league offi
cials have worked hard for two
years to popularize tbe game In
Pennsylvania, aud to establish u good olr
cul:, and if they are to be robbed of um
pires, players aud clubs upou mere tech
nicalities, the national agreement will not
be worth tho paper ic Is written upon." If
Mr. Diddlebock would review his own
couduct aud that of the State league to
wurds Scranton in the past they would
find the exact reason why Scranton was
williug to part company with tbe state or.
ganizatiou aud enter a new field. It is not
safe to impose on people too much even
though tbey have the reputation of bear
ing impositions without complaint.
Thx Bucciss which Hood's Bariaparilla
nas naa in iresing oia ana yonng froin af
flictions caused by Impure blood is really
Hood's Pills are purely vegetable and
ao not purge, pain or gripe, bold by all
VkTit. HEm.vnT la littla aliAf. t inl.li).
The consequences of a neglected cough are
Wood's Norway Pine Syrup cures a cough
promptly. Sold by all dealers on a guar
antee of satisfaction.
BABIES IN RICH FAMILIES
Like Those In Modest Homes, Have
but a few Great Needs Lactated
Food Not Beyond the Reach of Any
They All Thrive Upon It.
E7sry one knows of splendid homsi
Hint lack nothing but children.
The rooms, with all tbir eleganoe,
look vacatit without, the clntter of Uhy
toys, and tbe smooth, sunny lawns
N'fin wusted without a troop of chil
dren playing on them.
But when the babies do come into
tbH homes, all that thought and lo.ve
ami wraith can do combine to keep
them hnaltby, happy and charming.
And yet tthf so little onrg. like the
cou.-itlefs childrea in homes where
LITTLE MOLLIS WAKD.
there is "little to earn and many to
keep," are nil human babies, and the
thius that ure really there health ann
hsppiuess are vry simple during the
first few years of their lives.
In fact.when parents have made in re
that baby's fo ul is sufficiently nourish
ing and healthy, but there is plenty
of pnre air and absolute cleanliness,
tbey can really do nothing else. Iu
homi-s where trAiued nurses are em
ployed lactated fool is alway kept on
hand. And at the first sign ot bowel
trouble baby is pnt on an exclusive diet
of laotated food till the intestinal dis
turbance is over.
Physicians know of nothing else
equal to laotated food to take the place
ot mother's milk. It is made foi the
express purpose of forming as perfect a
substitute for healthy mother's milk as
analysis .will show. It is pleasant to
the taste, and has tbe nnnsual virtue
of Inducing delieate babies to take
nourishment when other food disa
grees with their wsak stomaohs. Lao
tated food has saved thousands of bab
ies from falling vlotitns to cholera in
fantum by keeping up their strength,
without increasing, as most food doss
at snub times, the irritation in the in
testines that is accountable for roost
of the fatalities among children in July
This valuable baby food is every
where used iu bom -s where tbe most
modern and valuable appliances for
seouring bealth and comfort are met
with, aud yet this best of baby foods is
easily within the reach of the most
One hundred and fifty meals can be
made from a $1 psokage, or sufficient
to last about four weeks, maklug the
food prepared for buby cost less than
5 vents a qu irt. In thousands of un
pretentious homes, in the large cities
especially, this valuable food is found.
Medical skl.l can do no more to save
babies' lives and to keep them well
than it has done in the preparation of
Little Mollle Ward, who picture is
adven above, is the charming daughter
of Mr, M. P. Ward, Providence, R. I,
' It gives me pleasure to advise you
that our little Llolliw is just four years
old today, and our youugut little girl,
strangs to say, is live months old to
day, both being burn on the third of
the mouth. I think both of my babies
owe tueir cood health to lactated food.
It is the best food for iufauts who can
not enjoy mother's milk, that there is
on the market,
''Our babies have both thrived on it,
anl teething had Very little trouble.
"I have rrcomtnMudea lactated food
liuudr-Ma ot times."
WHIRLS OF THE WHEEL.
n. H. lladilox, tho Asbury Park racer.
is fust mnkiug nis way up among the lead
ing racing men.
Walter Sanger has a young brother who
is now racing and who promises to become
a very swedy man.
The AfMociated Cycling Clubs rt New
Jorsey, will bold a twntv-five-mile rond
i-fcceon tho lMizuuoth-Kimway course on
George Senston and Hai ry J. Alford. of
St. LoiiiP, started from thut place on Fri
day to ride (heir bicycles to Sau Fruuci'ico,
which city they expect to reacn on Septem-
In Bordeaux. Franc. Sunday. A. A.
Zimmerman, the American crack, beat
Loste, the best rider In southbrn France.
Several wheelmen ot local fume were also
iu the race.
Chairman Ravmoad. of the L. A W.
racing boi-.rd, deuies that Peter Berlo, the
prolesmonal rliler, has been placed iu
data B. L. J. Berlo is tbo man who has
been declared iu tho elajs U division.
Jobnton uud Sungor. who uutil recently
have beeu at daggi r' points, and who have
never negiecteil tin opportunity to show
their great satisfaction at having deieated
each other, are now frieuds, aud promise
that the white dove of peace shall honce
forth hover over them.
The managers of the thr'e days' tourna
ment to be held iu Chicago next month are
booming Fred Titus a tue star attraction.
Tbe popular New York cycliBt's work
against Bliss, Sanger and Johnson has beeu
so brilliant that oveu the Chicago nieu
have been forced to pay tribute to his
Mile. Londonderry, tbe Boston woman
who is to make u tour of the world within
eighteen muuthf, started on bar journey
from the city hall, Now York, at twenty
five minutes to one, Saturday. A crowd
of cycling enthuxiusts gathered to see the
start and wiab the young womau success.
Her route was through Broadway to Fifty,
ninth street, where a large crowd congre
gated and cheered the rider.
Manufactures are after Qoehler, the
young buffalo rider, who recently aston
ished tbe critics by riding fly miles in
12m., 30i. In view of the fact that Ooeh
lei' was only permitted to train one day a
week aud was in anything but tbe beyt ot
condition when he made tbe mark hla per
formance was remarable. With prcper
care be ought to make many of tbe pres
ent cracks move fast to beat him.
Differences between race meet pro
moters and abuses by incompetent officials
has nscrssltnUd the formation of tbe
American league of rsctug cyclists, which
held a second meeting at the Deulson
House, Iedisnapolis, Saturday, and adopted
constitution and bylaws. Officers were
elected as follows: President, M. L. Bridge
man, Boston; vice president, E. C. Bode,
Chicago; secretary-treasury, W, H. Ktrk
patrlck, fiontou, aud Tom Euk, Minnsapo
lis; A. L. Atkins, Chicago; Harry Tyler,
the wall known rscord breaker, aud W. F.
Murphy, of Brooklyn, a board of directors.
Officers will be installed at a meeting In
Chicago late this wcok. Fifty racing men,
their managers and trainers and meb in
terested actively in the sport, were preient,
and such will compose the membership
font of U Unfa cost that muo ea
tt)t Situatien$ Vranttd,uAiA er insert
Help Wanted Male.
7ANTEo- Yt.UNO MAN TO LEAKN
V the bualnoss. Oo roferew-es. ii-x-ford
Jewlry Company, 2W Laokawuuna Ave.
WANTED IK YOU ARE A CATHOLIC,
unemployed xnd will work lor per
week, write ilucCouneli Bros., II Franklin
street, Boston, JIhss.
F vvhitoorsjan for sale at a bargala Call at
1 HalNtead pluco.
OFPKE OF THE MCRANTON STEEL
Company. The annual meeting of the
btorkhoulerti of tin above company forthe
election ot president aud director will be
held at the office of the company In the city of
Sciauloa oa ThurmUy, the aucuild day of All
gtmt next, at 4 o'clock p. m. No transfer of
sto. k will be made for twelve days next pre
ceding the date ot the shore meeting.
E. P. KlNU.-MJlty, becretary.
So aiktoa, Pu July 17. iys.
rpV() COW I HELD FOR DAM AO it H AT
S- il. U. HltO tV N 'a, H22 North butnuer ave
nue. One light rod cow with a yokty around
Iu neck; the other light red cow.
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MEAL TICKETS CAN BE HAD AT Ut,
comer Spruce street and Franklin ave
nue. Twenty meal tickets for $i.5U. Oood
SCRANTON REAL ESTATE AND IN
offers bargains as follows:
CITY BUSINESS PROPERTY.
10 ft front by 60 ft. deep, on Spruoo
street, rents for (700 10,000
40 ft. front by 50 feet deep, on Spruce
street, corner alley 10,500
These together give 80 ft. front on Spruce
street between Penn and Franklin, with alley
on aide. Spruce street property is advaaciug
CITY RESIDENCE PROPERTY.
CORNER MONROE AND VINE streets,
lot 60x&r, two dwellings, i,cU), giving a nice
residence and an income for small In vestment;
ALSO A PLOT OF a LOTS, giving M ft.
front ou Mo.'iroe avenue, near Vine street.
Thine make a llrat-olnsn rrsidence plot iu a
doirablo locality. If not sold iu one plot will
Boll above separately.
Lot 60x180, South Main avenue, adjoining
resldeneo of Smiih K Mott, price, $.2,700; also
lots on Rock street and West End place. Ouly
A BEiTJTlFUL HOME AT D ALTON, PA.,
modern house, spring water piped inti it from
bill back, barn for three borso ami two cowh,
hennery with cemeutsd floor, youug fruit,
fine lawu, grand outlook; one aud a bait to
three acre, as deaired, f 5,000.
Also lots of about Siine sizs on Western
Slope, Dalton. Call or address
SMITH 11. MO I T, Manager,
No. 421 Lack ave. tear board traile.
A public sale on Monday, August 0, lti'.U, at
10 o'clock a. m at its office, 404 Lackawanna
avenue, fifteen (IS) shares of the capital stook
of tbe ticrautou Lao Curtain company, held
as collateral security on an overdue note.
THE LACKAWANNA TRUST AND SAFE
Julv 2)1. 1S94.
ARCHITECTS' NOTICE COMPETITIVE
plans and speeillcations are invited fur a
city builunitt to be used for Mrs department
bouse auu police patrol station. A prospectus
of the building inn? b seen at tbe oillce of the
city clerk, at which ofllce the snid Tilans im,l
specifications are to be submitted on or before
euuesuay, August si, an. By order of city
M. T. LAVELLE, City Clerk.
Scranton, Pa.. July V'4. im.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
eeived at the office of the secretary of tho
Scranton board of control until 7.80 o'clock,
Monday evening, Aug. 13. lS.U, for the beating
and ventilating of tbe prupuscd 12 mora school
building, to be known as No. lit aud to lie lo
cated on Rebecca avenue between Jackson
and Lafayette streets, Fourth ward of Scran
ton. .Mechanical ventilaiiou is rcnuircd and
Unshed closet system Is to bo used. Plans for
said building may bo Been at thflolllc of Davia
tloupt, architects. Commonwealth build
ing, Kcianto ., I'a. The sum of ;lriO iu cash or
certified check U to be enclosed with eneh urn.
posal, to bo forfeited to tho district in ease of
refusal or omission to execute contract within
ten days, if atvurded tke same. The board re
servos tbe right to reject any or all bids. By
order o' the Scranton iMiaruof couiroi.
EL'Oi:NE D. FELLOWS, secretary.
July 27, lull.
rjlNTED-A POSITION BY STUONU,
healthy man as watchman. Best of
references. Address Peter Hill, 1428 Summit
avenue, bcrauton, l'a.
ij ANTED-POSI 1'IOX AS HOU8EKKKP-
or, by an Amerionn woman (widow),
hard wcj. ker, neat mi l intelligent. Auood
perma;ieut positlnu au obj-et. Unlimited tui
tiiiioululs II. E. W., Tribune office.
of the association. Class B racing men
aud their managers and trainers ure the
charier members. Cluss A rasing men
will be admitted to membership in the or
ganization. The conititutlou give us the
ohjocts "tho bindiug together for mutual
protection; to lucres tbe Interest in cy
ckt rauiug and to work in harmony with
rune meet promoters; to aid and assist the
League of American Wheelmen Racing
board in controlling the racing men
through a direct representation which shall
voice the sentiments of the racing coutiu
gents of the country, uot ouly iu regard to
i be proper management of race intetiugs,
but alio as to the value of prizes, aud, in
fuct, all that is of mutual interest, such as
improving transportation facilities and in
creasing ot number ot circuits, in order
that the interest iu racing may be more
geueral throughout tho country during
the season, and to facilitate tho filling of
eutries with race meet promoters, etc,"
MISCELLANEOUS NEWS OF SPORTS.
The Prlncoton-Cornell football game Is
scheduled - for October 21, at Manhattan
field, and the Cornell-Harvard game for
A series of swimming races will be held
at Parkland on August 18, under the au
spices of tbe National Swimming associa
tion. The programme includes 100 aud 440
yard handicaps, 250 yards scratch aud a
tub race. .
In a shooting tournament at Lucerne,
Swltterland, (Jus Zimmerman, tbe New
York sharpshooter, won the first gold
medul and several other prizes. Zimmer
man will bavo a trunkful of trophies to
A match for tbe professional golf oham
pioushlp ot this country is being arranged
to be played at Newport, H. I. WlUiaui
Campbell, of the Essex club, of Boston,
and F. W. Davis, of the Quit club, of New
port, R. I,, are to meet about August 10.
Theordore A. Havemeyur will give a cup
valued at $130 es a prize. Campbell re
cently beat Davis by a narrow margin in
Mothers! Motbsrsll Kothsrsllt
Mrs.Wlnslow's Soothlug Sysup has been
need for over fifty years by millions of
mothers for their children while teething,
with perfect success. It soothes the child,
softens the gums, allays all pain; cures
wind cello, and is the best remedy for di
arrhoea. Sold bydiugglsts in every part
of the world. Be sure and ask for "Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and take no
no other kind. Twenty-five cents bot
ecial lid-Summer Sale Now On
SKIRTS FROM 50 CENT3 TO $4.00
GOWNS FROM 50 CENTS TO 4.25
COVERS FROM 25 CENTS TO 1.50
None but the best materials used. Superb workmanship. Lat
est novelties. Correct shapes.
Are NO W
Made and Sold
VERY CHEAP by
The Scranton Bedding Company,
DEXTEB MOB CO., Inc'p. Capital, 11,000,000.
BEST ai.oo bilOIi: IN tub WOULD,
"A dollar tmtd U a dollar turned." .
TWiT.adles' Solid French Uongola Kid But
ton Boot dcllvtrod fre anywhtr In Mis U.S., on
roomptoruutn, ucmey uraor,
or Postal Noto for 11.60.
Equals every way the boats
oh! la oil retail stores for
Vi e make this boot
ourselves, thercfors we guar
ante Xhtfit, tlult and wear,
and if soy ouo Is Dot satisfied
we win rciuna ins rauney
send another pair. Opera
Too or Common genu,
mains u, ji n, at fits,
sizes l to 8 and nail
tzes. Sind uourtiir;
ipKw Kilt fit you.
Dexter Shoe CoTBtSSSfSLSS?
Special termt to liialtr.
DR. HEBRA'S i
Removes Frso'xlss, Plmpbs.
Liver Molas, Blachhecds,
Sunburn aud Tsn, and rc. .
Biorca tno skiu iu iu ongi"
cal freshness, producing aT5y
Clear aua ocaiuiy com-uv-
VIOLA 8KIN SOAP 1" Unply 1iKmpabto u s
lltlo purifying Soap, uoeaualfd for ttie tollot, ud vlUiout s
rival fur Uie Durwry. ibsolulrlj pur Slid oeuoatel BMdl
otad. Aidroitl.i., Prlos 25 Cents.
G. C. BITTNEH & CO.,Tc:.edo.O.
Fur snta by Matthew ltros.
W W kBT
Seo our FIFTEEN" DOLLAE Solid
Oak Bedroom Set I
We sell Furniture as cheap as
any Louse In the country that in
tends to give honest yaluo for tho
money. Try us.
I U Me 3 d U
rzcii m w
PI P PI Our S
There is no smell of smoke
SALE &WW QOBsW 03
and will last twenty-one days longer. In that tirna vj muit dispjj3 of our stoak of Clothiaj aud Gents'
Furnishings by order of tho insurance companies, who have already given out tho contract to repair
our store, which was damaged Saturday night, June 10, by tho explosion and Ore iu tho building of our
neighbors, Messrs. Davies & Griffin. ,
Clothing Sold at 33 Cents on the Dollar Less Than Cost to Make.
DON'T DELAY. COME AT ONCE. DON'T MISS THIS CHANCE.
AN ACTUAL SAVING OF 67 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR.
We ouly mention a few bargain; all other goods sold at equally astonishing low prices.
BOYS' PANTS, 13c.
Two for 28 Cents.
Men's Suits, for'y sold for
Men's Suits, for'y sold for
Furnishing Goods and all goods that are damaged at your own price,
This is NOT a Permanent Fire Sale. It will last
THE BELL CLOTHING HOUSE
SIGN OF THE BELL. 230 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
C7MEXT DOOR TO THE BURNED DAVIES & GiUFFIN BUILDING,
itore IZEattr esses
HEART LAKE, Susquehanna Co.
V. E. CKOFUT. Proprietor.
fHIS HOUSE is strictly temperance, is new
I and well furnished aud OPENfiD TO
'1 HE PUBLIC TUU YEAR ROUND; is
located midway between Montroie and Scran
ton, on Montrose and Lackawanna Railroad,
nix miles from D., L, & W. R. R. at Alford
Station, and five mlloi from Mmtroje; ca
iiarlty, elKlity-flve; three minutes' walk f rom
R. R. station.
GOOD BOAT, FIsniNO TACKLE, Ac,
I HIJE TU UL'USIS.
Altitude about 2.00U foot, equalling In this
respect the Adirondack and Cat-iiill Moun
tains. Hue grroves, plenty of shade and beautiful
scenery, making a Summer Resort unox
celled In beauty and cheapness.
Lancing pavilion, swin croquet (fr oundi,
&c Cold Spring Water and plenty of Milk
Mutes, 817 to 810 per week. Stl.60 per
Excursion tickets sold at all stations on D.
L. & W. lines.
Porter meets all trains.
European Plan. Flrst-olass Bar attaeheA.
Di pot tor Lerguer A Engel's Tannhamsur
8, i Cor, 15ft nod FilW Sti, Ptiilaii
Dost desirable for residents ot N.E. Penn
sylvanla. All eonveulences lor travelers'
to and from Broad Street station and tho
Twelfth and Market Street station. De
sirable for vieitiug torantonluos and pea
(le Id the Anthracite Region,
T. J. VICTORY,
V - C . Van?'
or fire about thein, aud taoy ara
MEN'S PANTS, 50c.
$10, now $4.75
$16, now 8.25
Opp. Court House.
Lacka. and Adams Aves.
Dr. E. Grewer
The Philadolphh Specialist, and his awociat4
staff of English and German phvsiclans,
are now permanently loeated at
811 SPRUCE ST., SCUANTON.
The doctor )b a graduate of the University of
Pennsylvania.formerly demonstrator of phvsl
olory and surgerv at tbe Medico-Chlmrgical
College of Philadelphia. A specialty of
Chronlo, Nervous, Bkln, Heart, Womb and
DISEASES OP THE NERVOUS SYSTEM
The symptoms of which are dizziness, lack ot
confidence, sexual weakness iu men and wo
man, ball rising in the throat, spots floating
before the eyes, loss of memory, unable to con
centrate the mind on one subjeet, easily
startled when suddenly spoken to, and dull,
distressed mind, which unfits them for per
forming the actual duties of life, making hap-
f iness impossible; distressing the action of
he heart, causing flush of heat, depression ot
spirits, evil forebodings, cowardioe, fear,
dreams, melancholy, tire easy of company,
feeling as tired in the morning as when retir
ing, lack of energy, nervousness, trembling,
confusion of thought, depronsion, constipation.
Weakness of the limbs, etc. Those ao affected
should consult us immediately and be restor
ed to perfect health.
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED,
Weakness of Toung Men Cured.
If you have been given up by your physician
oall upon the doctor and be examined. Ha
cures the worst casesof Nervous Delulity.Scro
fuln.Old 8.res.('atarrhPiles.Female Weakness,
Affections of the Eye. Eur, Nose and Throat,
Asthma. Deafness, Tumors. Cancers and Crip
ples of every description.
Consultations free and strictly sacred and
confidential, cflice hours daily from 9 a. m.
to 9 p.m. Sunday 9 to 2.
THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE
has excellent facilities to do its work, and can
please the most fastidious.
ANVTHINa IN THE UNI OF BO0KBIHDINO.
equally a3 good as befora.
BOYS' SHITS, 65c.
Blogle and Double-breasted.
Men's Pants, sold for $5, now $2.00
Boys' Suits, Sold for $3.25, now 1.35
only 21 days longer.