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THE SCIiANTON TBIBUNE "WEDNESDAY MOIHTIKQ, AUGUST 1, 1594.
ScrantOD, by Mating Hrrrisburg, Hakes It
Sixteen Straight Games Woi
KGOSON SUPERIOR TO HEART.
Allcntown, Hazleton and Readlns the
Other Victors in the State League
Games Played Yesterday Standing
of the Clubs-National and Eastern
Leanua Results Base Ball, Eicy
cte, Turf, and General Sporting
News Entertainingly Chronicled,
ITTTTTlv - t,c"Pg0l a"
U..il.Ll,i. records heretofore
V.sK r'.i& JJ made in tuo Penu--lr
'lVr evlvaniit Suite lea
," 4yV KW of base ball
b V s C'V1S j winning
"" . i lur Nixteetit!: con
I 'V", sccutivu victory,
V, j tlie lust fourteen
wqM of which were
scheduled to be
prayed nud wore won ou the homo
grounds. She thus makes her pojitiou
at tiio top of the jwrcentiiire column
mora sc-euro, and in the event of her
wiuuiii;? but a fair shur" of the games
scheduled to be played nway from
home, will undoubtedly fimsa the sea
son na the champions.
Alientowti. lI.izlr.toa und Handing
wore t!m other State leiiuue vlcton
Tlw position of the clubs his no; been
chttiiijed us a r.'dtilt of the g;tui-;8 won
and lost yesterl iy.
The following tible gives tho por-cmtim-s
of the clubs, tlio nmuher of
games won and lost breach, and their
stamling in the championship raco:
Won. Lost. PerC't.
Prr.'inton 17 3 ''
Allcntown 15 5 ,750
Pottsville 10 U .JWI)
Lancaster 0 10 .m
llitzMon U 11 .450
KruilliiR 8 11 -4-a
llnmsbiiri 7 111 .!)".'
Philadelphia.... 3 10 .1M
SCHKDULE FOB TODAY.
Scrnuton at Rendim;.
AlleutuwQ at Ilarrisbursr.
Llazleton at Pottsville.
Philadelphia tit Lancaster.
Tin Great Meauy Knccked Out of the
V,e undo it sis'-cn Btrnijfiit. Tie
hat ,imo of tbia series on Me horns
(.rou-als wis a verv s itisfictory ou- in
tii;a r-sp'ot, that it convinced llirris
Imi; timt tiiHV are not in the same
class uitli Srriinton and that Alenny
inat be r ited two or thr-ie rut-id lower
tiiiui Hudson. Tne Hurrisburgn were
nii-.ios! shut out, the scor iieluj; 11 to 1,
and Me my was clearly knocke I out,
b- iiu; coiup-'llrtd to retire in the fifth iu
fnvur of Huston, llodsiou's pitching
and tii batting of the lectin Were the
fe (tares pf tiio gita-'. II vlson sue
ci e led iu tn.tkini; tn remark ible rec
ii 1 of seven rike outs in succssion, a
fe it i:cv. r witnessed by Scrantoaians
h tue Di c Oberlutider ilid it against the
In u,e first iuniug w landed on Mr.
TJi an- y for five run, Wetzel making a
two bai;.er, Iloxnn a singl", Alassey a
two-Ju,,g"r, Piielaa a siujjle and Staltz
n thri-B -lugger. t-'progel's muff of
W'eflih.ke's long fly helped in two of
Patcbrn, who had struck out in tho
fiist ii.uiiii, made up for it by opening
np tho s -cond with a three-bagger to
ritfht fiela fence. Massey brongiit him
iu with a pretty siuglu over the short
stop's head. Another run was scored
iu the fourth on Sales' fumble of Wet
zel's short grounder, a single by Ilogan
nn l nn error by Sprngel ia fielding
Ilogan 'a hit. In this inning pjtcheu
got cailglit in a dog chnse
and in tryiug to help him oat Ilogan
got caught at third. Ia this inning it
looked us if Harrisburg would score.
Saks and Wright by rea.suu of singles,
and a will throw iy Ilndson filled third
nud st.cond bases Trspsctively and no
one was out, lioJaou struck out three
men in snccesion and nipped the
scores uinius; the tumultuous applause
o'c his worshippers. In the GftU inning
he repeated the font, striking out all
three m-ii, making goven in succtssion,
the last batter iu the third inning bar
in lt also fallen before his mighty arm.
In ttie fifth Huston scored, making a
hit und being drawn in by M.any's
lon drive to right. Wright m.,d9 a
brilliant citch off Patoben's bat iu the
sixth inning nud spoiled two runs
which Wetzel and Hogaa had nil
ready to be delivered. We scored two
more iu tho seventh on a hit by Mas
noy, the prestation of a bjse on
balls to Btultz and Westlake't single.
Wetzel got a base on balls in tho
tight!) nnl scored on Mansey'i hit.
Eogers scored in tb ninth oi n hit
and a two bageor by WestUke.
The game was enlivened and the
dudience amused by the Rear Row
Roosters who were more than enthu
siastic yesterday. They rave all sorts
of yells wi'.h a precision worthy of a
college crowd, sang songs, whistled
und dead marches as suited the oc
casion nnd wound tip by counting in
union from 1 to 10, concluding the yell
witn "sixteen straight." Alauvof the
State league magnates were present aud
sseined to eujoy the "rooting" more
llinn tuo game.
This is why the rooster crowed:
Wetzel, s. s, . ,
Hoxnu, e. f. ..
Pntchen, c. ...
Staltz, I. f....
Rogers, r. f. . .
Hodsou, p 0
Totals. 11 10 27 11
R. H. P.O. A. E.
Smink, 1. r 0 10 0
Huston, .1 b, p 1 1 8 1
JUatiy, p., 8 b 0 2 2 0
Hamburg, lb 0 0 0 0
Sales, 2 b 0 1 1 4
Wright, c. f 0 1 6 0
jUoi-s, s. s 0 2 14
Sprogel, r. f 0 0 2 0
Weute, c 0 0 4 2
TotalB 1 8 27 11
Seranton 5 1 0 1 0 0 8 1 1-11
Harrisburg... .0 000100001
Earned rnn6 Scranton 6. ITarrlsbiire 1,
Two basn hits W.stlake 2, Huston, Moss,
u 017,01. inree nase nits rntcuen, etallz.
Stolen bas-js Patchen, Roaers. ileany,
Struck out By Hodson 8, Meany 2. First
uase on nails bv liotleon 4. JUeativ 2.
Hit by pitcher Wetzel. Wild- pitches
Monson. fassod balls Patcbon, Wente,
lime i:oa. umpire Corcoran.
FATAT. Mrnr.lrrT Iu litlla nhnrt nt Blllnla
The consequences of a negleoted oough are
too well known to neud repeating. Dr.
Wood's Norway Pine Syrup cures a cough
liiuminiy. ouiu oy an aeaiors on a guar
antee of satisfaction.
OTHER STATE LEAGUE RESULTS.
Reading 0 0 0 1 1 8 2 0 4-11
Philadelphia ..0 0003001 0-3
Ults-Uendiug, 14; Philadelphia, 1.
Errors-Reading, 7; Philadelphia, 6. Bat
teries Jones aud Fox; Crown and Roth.
Allentown....0 1120010 1-0
Pottevllle 0 0000180 15
Hits-Allentown, 8; Pottaville, 0. Er
rors Allentown, 8; Pottsville, 5. Hat
terles Kilroy and Milliganj Wilson and
llazleton 0 0401201 1-0
Lancaster.... 3 0121000 06
llits-IIazletoo, 13; Lancaster, 10. Er
rors Hazloloii, 2; Lancastor, 4. Batteries
Lukous and JUooro; Callnhau und Cule.
Roston 1 0 0 1 0 0 1
Now York.... 0 0 0 2 2 0 0
Hits-lioston. 0: New York. 11
Roston, 8; New York, 4. Batteries
Nichol ami Teuucy; Uusio and Farrell.
Vashiniton...0 0003000 0-S
Baltiinoro 0 2 0 5 0 4 0 0 x-U
Hits Washington. 8: Baltimore, 13. Er
rors Washington, 6; Baltiiuero, 3. Bat
teriesMercer, Sullivau mid McGuiro;
MjMahon aud Hohiuuou, Umpire lioag
laud. At Cleveland First game
Louisville.. 3 00120 2 80 010
Cleveland.. 0 1 0 2 0 0 5 2 0 2-12
Hits Lt.uisvillo. 11; Clovolaud, 11. Er
rors Louisville, 0; Cleveland, 4. Bnttor
ien Uoiumliig und Weaver; Mullaue,
Young and O'Connor. Umpire Hunt.
At Cleveland-Second Game
Louisville 0 4 8 0 0 0 0 5 at 12
Cleveland 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0-4
Hits Louisville, 11: Cleveland, 9. Er
rorsLouisville, 0; Ovehind, 2. Batter
ies Meuafeo and Uriiu; Youue nnd Zim
mer. Umpire Hurst,
Inioklvn 0 S 0 3 0 0 0 0
Philadelphia 5 8 0 1 3 1 X-1S
Hits-l'.rooklvn. 11: Philadelphia. 17.
Errors Brooklyn, C; Philadelphia, 4. Bat
teries Keiine.ly and Daily; Harper ami
Cross. Umpire Campbell. lUm called
ou account of darkness.
Cincinnati. 3 3 0 0 1 0 0
Pittsliurs...0 0 3 0 0 2 2
Hits Ciucitmati, 11; Pittsburg. 10. Er
rorsCincinnati, 2; Pittssb'.irg. 4. Biitaer-les-Dwver.
Pm-rott aud Marpby; Ehret
aud ISucdeu. Uniinro-Ualfuey.
St. Luuis 0 001000001
Chica.-o. 0 4 0 1 0 1 1 1 08
Hits St. Louis, 2; Chicago, 11. Errors
St. Luuis, 4; Chicago, 3. Batteries Brvit
ensteiu nud Twineham; ilutchiusou aud
Schrivor. Umpire Lynch.
At Buffalo-Biusihainton, 2; Buffalo, 7.
At Provhlt-nce Providence, 10; Troy, 6.
At Springtiold (first game) Syracuse, 15;
priiMtlobt. li. (Stcuud eamo) Surinc-
tleid, 12; Svracus-, 4.
At Erie Erie, 7; Wilkes Burro, 1.
GLINTS FROM THE DIAMOND.
Todiy and tomorrow Scranton Is sched
uled to play at Reading.
Hamilton, one of tin Phillip, who lends
the base runners, has stolen fifty bases.
In twelve concecutive games. July 21.
inclusive, Second Baseman lialiiuan.of tlie
Phillies, has made ouo error iu seventy
The West Side Stars challongo the Scran-
t ui Star to a name of ball on Satu'day nn
tho Little Woods grounds. William
Scranton made the record of the season
yesterday for contiuunis victories by de
feating Harrisburg. It is tlie sixteentu
consecutive league game the club has
The S'ars of Pnceburct challenge the
Suusi ts of Archbald to a game of ball ou
triceburg groun Is ou is Viuny next. Au-
answer through Till Huuu.nb. Alike
Alex. Donouhno. of Lancaster, pre
dicted last Saturday that Scranton would
cease to win as soon as It went away from
borne. It remains to be seen If this pre
diction will prove correct.
The Lonoaomehurst Base Ball club, com
posed of summer residents of Dalton, will
play a match game ot ball on the Owens
LTuunds at that place with the Buckwheat-
era of Dalton. Game will be called upon
arrival of train leaviug Scranton at 4 p.nj.
The rnce in the Westorn association (not
Western league) continues to be wonder-
rully cIos, as the following will show:
Lincolu, .'til won, 29 lost; St. Joe, 373.1;
Omaha, 3031; Jacksonville and Peoria,
35-81: Rock island, 3332; Des Muiues,
31-35; yuiucy, 2145.
WHIRLS OF THE WHEELMEN.
Peter Berlo is at work on a tandom to
be used for record breaking purposes.
The Penn wheelmen, of Raadiug will
bold a national circuit race meet Sept. 21.
Newsboy Lewis Siobert. of Tioira, servos
a route of 2CU pupors on tho whejl in thirty
Bicyclers are forbidden the nse of Bol-
montDtiviug club track while horses are
The three Brent Welsh riders. Michnnl.
James and Linton, live within a few doors
of each other in Aberamau, South Wales.
Mrs. Hetzel, of Union Hill, N. J., is an
old lady of 8'J years. She hns just pur
chased a ladies' Columbia bicycle,nnd rides
On Fridny evening next the Pennsyl-
vanin Bicycle club will hold its twelfth
anniversary at the club bouse, West Phil-
Bicycling has become so popular among
both sojos in Oermautown thnt that
pretty suburb now supports four bicycle
Somebody has flcurod it out that, bar
ing brrnks and punctures, it costs on nn
average only 1-3'J of a ceut for every mile
riauon on n modern safety.
It is now pretty definitely settled that
Zimmerman. Wheeler, Bunker and a
Tho Spanish call tho noon-day
rest from the hot sun, Siesta.
Just as nocoasary in our climate,
if we would do it; but here it ia
business rushing about and use
of energy in the hot Bun.
Johann HofPs Malt Extract
taken at meals, or drank in tho
ollice, renders living easier in hot
weather. It supplies energy be
causo it aids digestion aud the
nutritive functions. Beware of
imitations. Look for signature of
"Johann IIoiF;on neck label.
"Eisner & Mendelson Co., Sole
Agents, New York.
nnmber of other Americans nnd foreign
prof. PBloual cracks now in Europe, wil
visit this country In September.
George Taylor, the class B racer, seems
to be unable to get into good condition
this scasou. Ho is trainiug constantly
but is riding in very poor form.
Tho lunssachusetts Sunday Protective
league has issued nn appeal to the yonng
men and women ot bicyelo and boating
clubs to avoid all "moots" and "runs" ou
tho Lord's day.
Goorge Bnnkf-r was very successful on a
recent three-weeks' trip through Germany,
Austria, Italy and Switzerland, lie cap
tured ohfht Units, one second and two
thirds iu eleven races.
London, Leicester, Birmingham, Glas
gow nnd other cities yot to hear from, will
Rive professional tournaments in which
iJlimnerman will take cart, commencing
nt Birmingham August 0.'
The Springfield, Jfass., Bicyelo olub an
nounces $5,000 In prizes for nsdiamoud
tournament nt Hampden park September
l'-'th and 13: h. There will be twenty
events, including a one-mile international
invitation, unpneed record race, for wbich
a $360 diamond is the llrst nrize.
GOSSIP OF THE TURF.
Track records uro falling right nnd left.
It promises to be a rocurd year iu more
senses than ouo.
The two-mile trotting record of Russia
(4.44) ) stauds to the credit of tho America
bred titallion Fiulsh.
Flying Jib, 2.04, it is sitid, never made a
break while iu Stair's hands. He . does
littlo elso at times now.
Helen M, (2.20,), by Cobd.n (2 28), has
won first money iu every pacing race that
sho has started in this year.
Three Axtell 2-year-olds in John
Young's stable at Term Hauto recently
atepped quarters better than a 2 25 guit.
There will bo a four days' meeting at
Blind park, noar Albany, N. Y-, begin
ning Aug. 11. Tho piines are ?500 each.
Simmons, 2.2.S, by Georco Wilkos, dnm
by Mamuriiio Patcbon, heads the list of
blres of new 2.3U ju-rformers so far this
pen-ton, with six to hii credit.
Park Voluiito r, also kuown as Land
mark, is loomiug up as a sire of new 2.8')
performers. Four of his had entered
the list at the clone of last week.
It looks a though an ouicla-uod grand
circuit, perforiuor would not stand much
of a show for the money through the
New England circuit this season. Ameri
can Hor-o Breeder.
The lial Diliard vearlluir Hal B promises
to Bhed lustre on his sire this season. He
wm two enjai iu mts out of as many
starts, and dropp d tho last quarter ot a
tourtn neat in o'Ji seconds.
Report snys that the iuterest in fine
horse stock; both runners and trotters, is
increasing in Htwaii. The fastest trotter
ever bred there is Fred Muc, 2.42, so there
is much room for improwement.
Tho case of R. T. Kueebs.who is now im
prisoned at Berlin fur ringing the ma o
Let In ), seems to be a-isumiiiK a darker as-
leci as time wears uway. It looks now as
ih. ugh Kueabs was guilty of perjury, und
some of his friends me not much b tter.
It don't ray to indulge in knavi-h tricks
among the foreigners, aud if cases of this
ortwere treated with greater teverity
in this country it would be better for the
trotting and breeding interests. It is such
men us Kueebs who have helped drive
many of the better class of men from the
trotting race course "American Horse
A picular disense, which some call "big
bea I," is prevailing among horses in the
outskirts of Bo-'uu, aud is proving fetal
in some cuM 'S. Francis A. Foster, whose
farm is a few mile out, recently oit a
promising tllly from this cnu, and two
other valuable animals are suffering from
it, nlihougii at last accounts they appear
to be improving. It is said that a similar
disease ha-i appeared in some localities in
Newton. The first cymptom is a lameness
behind, then a swell appnnrs on the upper
jaw along the roots of the Ic-tb. 'lhe
pine also seems to bo alluded. No cases
have yet been reported among horses that
are worked regularly.
TnE fact that Hood's Sarsaparllla, onco
fairly trie.l, becomes the family medicine.
sneaks volumes for its excellence and me
dicinal merit. Hood s Sarsapurilla is na
Hood's Pills become the favorite ca
thartic with everyone who trios them, 25c.
GENERAL SPOTTING NOTES.
Young Madden, tho clover 105-pound
amateur champion of America, wants to
outer the professional ranks.
Ernest R eber, tho wrestler, has gone
to Germany, where he will try to arrange
a match with Carl Abs, the German cham
pion. Tho Twin City Athletic club, of Min
neapolis, has promised to match "Joe"
Witlcott acaiust the winner ot the Ryan
The national championship games of the
Amateur Athletic union will be hold un
der the auspices ot the New York Athletio
club, at Travers Island, on Sept. 15.
A dispatch from London states that
Nickles.', tue Euglish boxer, will nccept
tho challenge recently put out by Walcott
and will daposit his 100 as soon as Wal
cott will show his deposit.
"Dick" Burge, the pugilist, Is rapidly re
covering from the effects of his recent ill
ness, llurpo announces that ns soon as
ho is himself he will fi trht any man In tho
world at tho welter weight limit.
George Dixon has replied to the chal
lenge of "Fred" Johnson, of England, for
unother fight. Tho colored ohauipion says
that Johnson will have to put up a eood
sized (take or he will refuse to meet him
Billy Smith, the English fenthor-welcrht.
has r plied to Billy Plimmer's challenge to
llsfht n lvnulon at no pounds for 50!)
a side. Ho snid that after the racing season
bo would be opon to the world at 118
Corbott says that in the event of his
match with Jackson falling through and
either ritzsimmons or Alnber getting on a
match with Jackson, he would fight tho
winner. He states also that his next fight
win no ms insc.
Overtures have been made to Jim Hall
and Stevo O'Donnoll, to sotrlu their differ
ences In the urens ot the Twin City Ath
leticclub, of St. Paul. The directors of
tho organization will set aside Aug. 27 as
the date of the conflict if the men agree to
Dan Creedon, who is so anxious to fight
Bob Fitz.imraons, hns decided to look to
othor quarters, in viow of the fact that
Fitz does not display the slightest desire to
meet him. Creedon announces thnt either
Joe Choyuskl or Jim Hall would be agree
able opponents ior mm at catch weights.
Arnr.t'dilir? to A San FrannLrn nnnav
Poter Jackson will soon come East unti
join Ills manager, "Parson" JJavics. Jack-
sou derlnreu recently to a- roportnr that
the climato of California has worked
wonders with him, as far as his health Is
concerned. Poter says that he has trained
considerable iu weight of lute, and that
his appetite Is good.
Tho managers of Harvard aud Cornell
University Football associations have
signed contracts for the Harvard-Cornell
fame to he played at Manhattan Field
Oct. 27, 1804. Cornell has engaged Mar
shall Newell, of Harvard '94, for their
conch, aud a a number of her bsst men on
last year's team will play this year, she
expects to have a strong team. Harvard
will also have a number of her old football
meu to conch her. Tho Priuostou-Cornell
game has been scheduled to be played at
Manhattan Field on Out. 21.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castorta,
When sho was a Child, she cried for Castorla.
When she become Miss, she clung to Castorla.
When sho had Children, she gave them Castorla,
Tonfs of mU Mnd$ eoit that tnttoA, M
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CITY BUSINESS PROPERTY.
40 ft. front by DU ft .loi-p. on Spruoo
street, rents r.-rS.uO S1O.110O
40 ft. front by 50 feet deep, ou Sprucj
Btreot. corne r alley 10,500
These tom-ther nivo stl ft. front ou Spruce
street Iwtwien I'enu and l"r:n klin, with alley
on side. Spruce strout property is advancing
CITY RESIDENCE PROPERTY.
CORNER JIoXlME AN'D VIXE streets.
lot tWxSi, twoUwel!ini:s, S.' 0(1. Kivinff a nice
r.-sldenco and an iuei.m for smail investment;
ALSO A PLOT OF ii LOTS, givirnr 12J' It.
front on Mo.no- avenuu. near Vino m-oet.
Tlie in make it llrst-elass residenoo plot in a
devirahlo locality. 11 not sola iu one plot will
sea rikjvo separately.
Lot 50xlW). South Main avenue, adloininir
rosidenec of Smith H. Mott, prP e, ?i ,60; also
lots on Rock street and West End place. Only
COU TRY PROPERTY.
A BEAUTIFUL HOME AT DALTON. PA..
modiirn house, soring water nioed int it from
hill hack, Intra for tie eo horse, and two cows,
hennery Wit t cemeiHl tloor. votuitr fruit.
thm lawn, grand outlook; one and a half to
three acres, us desired, ?i,i):W.
A so lots of a hunt s one slzo ou Western
blopo, Dalton. Cnll or ndilross
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No. 421 I.Hfk. av-e.rosr hoiiv.l traoo.
UNDBKS1UNED WILL SELL AT
public sale on Monday. August li. ISO, at
10 o'clock a. m.. at its oflico, 404 Lackawanna
avenue, niteeu (la; shares of tho capital stuck
ot the u era it ton Lace t'uslain company, held
as collateral 8-icuritv ouan ove due lio e.
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; rchltects' Notice.
ARCH1T! CTS' NOTICE COMPETITIVE
plans and specifications are Invited for a
city u ii.tnmr to n., uou lor nre Uepartnient
iiouso aun ponce patrol ata'ion. A prospectus
of the building nuv be seen at the ollleo of the
city clerk, at which office tho aaiU n ans and
spoeltlca:ious are to be submitted on or before
V . (Ini'silay. Auirust li-. ltU4. Bv order of citv
11. T. LAVELLE, City Clerk.
Koranton, Pa., .Tuly it, 1W14.
TVTOTIfE IS HEREBY GIvEN THAT AN
applieatim ..ill ba made to tlio Gover
nor of Pennsylvania, on the second dav of
Auuiist, 1WI4. at In t.m.,by Charles M.-Mollun,
Ituorue R. Cl .rk. Willi jni ( Cuvuv. Willium
j. uennnnan a u -nr. on w. nun. uuilur tne
eto f Assn nblv.-Uiitlod t'An act to nrovidi
f' r the incorporation a id regulation of cer
tain corporatlms," approved April 1874,
and the supplements thereto, for th) charter
of an mt-ndod corporation, to ha call id
"A :ui MTanton utum itiy ap u.nnpanv, ' ta i
character and object of which is for lhe par-
poiebf the. manufacture or sale of iron or steel
or of any othsr metal or article of commerce
from nittiai. wood, or onto, aud for tliese pur
p Bos to have, posses-t and i-Ujoy all the rights,
osneuts una privileges or said act or assem
bly and supplements tueroto.
H. M. STREETER, Solicitor.
TVJOTICE 19 HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
1 sDoilcation - ill lie inadn to the Uovcr
nor of the S-utoof Ponusvlvania, on Wednes
day, the eighth day of Auirust, 1k9I, hy Ed
ward P. .turu.'s, Fred crick J. Piatt. Orlando
8. Johnson. William T. Smith. Fra ik E. Piatt
and Jos -oh C. Piatt, uu.ter tho Act of Asuom
blyof the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,
entitled "An act to provide tor tlio incorpor
ation and roimhitlo" of certain corporat'ons,"
npprovid April lit. 1N74, and the supplements
inereto, ior tne caartei- or an mteutiea cor
ponttlou, to be oalled "Thj .-cranton Lice
trie Construction Comnanv." tho character
and obj.L't of wbich is tlio lnannfii :tnro. fur
nishing, erootion and installation tall or
either) of ole -trie or stoam plants for ii.-ht.
in-.r. drilling, haulsito, and pumping, or elec
ta: power K"H'iraliy. m una auoiit mines or
mininir operations and t levators: aud Ior
the manufacture or lurnishluir of all kinds of
electrical machinery, and of appliances used
in onorat!n2 the same, and tor these tuir-
posno to have i nd possess and enjoy all the
rights, benefit! ami privileges of the said act
or ussemmy and its sunpiements-
THO.S. F. WELLS. Solicitor.
Yra NTED A POSITION BY STRONU,
V V healthy man as watchman. Lost of
reforsnces. Address Poter Hill, 1420 Summit
avenue, scranton, I'a
UfANTED-POSI HON AS HOUSEKEEP
or, by an American woman widow),
hard wo' ker, noat and intelligent. A sood
permanent position au object. Unlimited tos
timonlals. U.K. w Trioune ollleo.
HER ELEVENTH HUSBAND.
An Indiana Woman Appears to Have
Mads a Bis Racorrl.
Valparaiso, Ind , July 31. Lira. Dr.
Spenser, of Bourbon, though but 44
years old, has just been mnrrlod to her
eleventh husband. She was a bride nt
15, and ten years elapsed before hor
first marriage turned out a failure
She was separated from ber soiMnd and
third husbands unit secure I a pardon
for a convict in Juliet whom she roar
rled, After his death sho chose a fifth
and sixth husband from among a legion
A charge ot bigamy was disproved
in connection with the marriage of the
seventh husband, who gave her statu
tory grounds for divorce. The eighth
husband was secured by advertisement,
but he was accidentally killed. At the
age of 83 she married S. II. Brown nnd
to this union her first child was born
Brown disappeared nnd ber next mar
riage with the venerable Dr. Spenser
was terminated by bis sudden death,
One Kan Killed and Ssvtral Injured In
Chicago, July 31. Una man was
killed, two fatally aud several others
seriously injured by an explosion c(
dynamite at the quarries of DjUsb &
Shepard la Hawthorne just before noon
today. The man killed is supposed to
be F. Corbln. the superintendent of th
quarries. What caused tbe explosion
was not learned in tbe confusion lui
mediately following tbe accident
While four of those must seriously
injured were on their wsy to the hos
pital, two of thim died, making a total
of three dead within an hoar of the
Votherst Mothers!) Mothtrslll
Mrs.Wlnslow's Soothing Svrun has been
nsed for over fifty years by millions of
mothers for their children while teething,
with perfect suocess. It soothes the child,
softens the gums, allays all pain; cures
wind colic, and is the best remedy for di
arrhoea. Hold bydtnggtsts in every part
of the world. Be sure and ask for "Mrs.
Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup," and take no
no other kind, Twenty-are cent a bottle.
Apr.lv Serantun Wood Working Com
Special lid-Summer Sale Now On
None but the best materials used. Superb
est novelties. Correct shapes.
flNUni S w p. I9( a i J flPr 209 Washington ave.
Pixie Fibre Mattresses
Made and Sold
VERY CHEAP by
The Scranton Bedding Company,
BKITKR SHOE CO., Inc'p. Caplfal, SI .000,000.
BEST Kl.no MlOi: IN THE WOULD.
11 A dollar taseU it a dollar tnrned. M
This Ladles' Solid French Dongola Klilllut-
ton J3oot delivered freo nnywtiore in tho U.S., un
rccet plot land, luonoy urfler,
or Puit-il Note for tt.f0.
Equals every way the hoots
old in all retail tnrci for
l.M. We muko this boot
ourpelvri, thorcfors w guav
ante thnjll, ttil and wrar,
mo u any mo is not sauiiira
we Trill rc-fuod tho money
or senuauoi tier pair, 'pera
ioo or lomrnon fpne,
n-iiii.. i' rt v v vu
wv'2Slios. Srn'l ymrir:
' . V 11. If HI ,m
.X.t.a', I-JJ FnLb
Dexter Shoe CoTLSK
Sperial t'nn to Hitler.
Removes Fresldos, Pimples,
Liver Molet Eibclihoads,
bunourn ana len, ana re
stores tho fikla ta its onVI- tVMyi
nal freshness, producing & W&s
cloar aud healthy cora-i'V. yyZl IJ1!-'-
(irugglsta, or mailed iur COcU tkud for Circular.
VIOLA 8K!N SOAP "imply lowmportbte u
kin purifying ttotp, untHiuttW fhr tbo toilet, and without ft
rival Iur tbt nursery. AhMluirly pun and flclkatalj ntedl
r atod. At drnihtt. Price 25 Cnft
G. C. BITTNER& CO., Toledo, O.
For solo by Matthew liros. and John
See our FIFTEEN DOLL AH Solid
Oak Bedroom Sett
We sell Furniture as cheap as
any house in the country that in
tends to give honest value for the
money. Try us.
205 USD 207
L k 1
O P Our S
There ia no smell of sinoko
SALE MW com OM
and will last twenty-ouo days lougsr. In that tinn wo must dispjjo of our stoak of Olothiu? and Qaats'
Furnishings by order of tho iusurauco compauio, who have- already given out tho contract to repair
our store, whiclr was damaged Saturday night, Juuo 10", by tho explosion and liro iu tho building of our
neighbors, Messrs. Davies & Griffin.
Clothing Sold at 33 Ceats on the Dollar Less nan Cost to Make.
DOH'T DELAY. COME AT ONCE. DON'T MISS THIS CHANCE.
AN ACTUAL SAVINGr OF 67 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR.
Wo only mention a few bargain; all othor goods sold at equally astonishing low prices.
BOYS' PANTS, 13c.
Two for 23 Cents.
Men's Suit3, for'y sold for $10, now $4.75 Men's Pants, sold for $5, now $2.00
Men's Suits, for'y sold for $16, now 8.25 Boys' Suits, Sold for $3.25, now 1.35
Furnishing Goods and all goods that are damaged at your own price.
This is NOT a Permanent Fire Sale, It will last
SIGN OF THE
E7-NEX? DOOR XO THE BTJHHED IUVIES ft GRIFFIN BUILDING,
SKIRT3 FROM 50 CENT3 TO
GOWNS FROM 50 CENTS TO
COVERS FROM 25 CENTS TO
HEART LAKE, Susquthanna Co.
U. E. OKOFPT Proprietor.
fl'HlS HOL'SE Is strictly temperance. Is now
I aid will furiiishel ami t)PE.Vf:D TO
iHE I'uBLIO Trlt. YE Alt ROUND; is
locateti mill way ootwueu Montrose an 1 Seran
ton, on Montrose aud l.acaawauim Kallroaa,
six miles from I).. I., & W". K R. at Alford
Btatiou, and five miloi from Mmtroie; ca
l ai ity, e.thty-flve; three minutes' walk ( rem
K. It. statiou.
GOOU IK, AT, FISHING TACKLE, &C-,
HIKE TO til LS I B.
Altitutlo abou-2,n0a foct, equalling in this
respect the Adirondack: and Cutikill Moun
tains. i ino groves, plenty of shale and beautiful
sct'iiery, making a Summer Itesort unex
celled in beauty and chotpnoss.
Liu-iouir pavilion, swin ts, oro jut Rr ounds,
&c. fold Sprinij Water and pliuty of Milk
Kates 07 to 810 ptr week. Sl.OO pi t
Exrursion tickets sold at all stations onD.
L. & W. lines.
I'orti r meets all trains.
European Plan. Flrst-olass Ear attached
Depot for Keener bngnl's Tannhoiuaer
i E Cor, 15tii and Filbert Sti, Phllaii
West deslrahln for roiilenti of N.B.Penn
lylvanla. All eonTeuiencos lor travelers
to anil from Broad Street station and tlia
twelfth and Market Ktrn't statiou. I
sirahle for vieiting Korautouiaua aud pao
lie In the Anthracite Region-
T. J. VICTORY,
1E"S,1 1 1 ' 'V--i-' X--.!--r-i-L ) Mi4X34?tggg
or firo about thorn, aul thay aro
MEN'S PANTS, 50c.
ELL CLOTHING HOUSE
BELL. 230 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
Odd. Court House.
Lacka. and Adams Aves.
Dr. E. Grewer
The Philadelphia Specialist, and his associated
staff of English and Gorman phvsicians,
are now permanently located at
811 SPIU'CE ST., SC1HNTOV.
The doctor Is a graduate of the University of
Pennsylvania.formerly demonstrator of phvsl
olocy and surpTv at the lledico-Chirurgical
Colleita of Philadelphia. A specialty of
Chronlo, Nervous, Skin, Heart, Womb and
DISEASES OF THE HERYOUS SYSTEM
The symptoms of which are diziiness, lack of
confidence, sexual weakness in meu and wo
man, ball rising in the throat, spots floating
before the eyes, loss of memory, unable to con
centrate tbe mind on one subject, easily
startled when suddenly spoken to, and dull,
distressed mind, which unfits them for per
forming the actual duties of life, makinghap
piness impossible; distressing the action of
the heart, causing flush of beat, depression ot
spirits, evil forebodings, cowardice, fear,
dreams, melancholy, tiro easy of company,
feeling as tired In the morning as when retir
ing, lack of energy, nervousness, trembling,
confusion of thougnt, depression. constipation,
weakness of the limbs, etc Those so affected
should consult us immediately and be restor
ed to perfect health.
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
Weakness of Young Men Cured.
If you have bein given up by your physician
call upon the doctor and be examined. He
cures tbe worst cases of porvous Debility. Scro
fuls.Old Sores,ratarrhPilea,Female Weakness,
Affections of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat,
Asthma, Deafness, Tumors. Cancers and Crip
ples of every dotoriptlon.
Consultations froe and strictly sacred snd
confidi-utial. office hours daily from Da. m.
to 9 p. m. Sunday 9 to 2.
THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE
bos excellent facilities to do Its work, and can
please the most fastidious.
ANYTHING IN THE LINE OF eOOKBINOINO.
equally as gaol as bofora
BOYS' SHITS, 65c.
Single and Double-breasted.
only 21 days longer. '