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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1S09.
.3 V if V . BASE BALL IN VARIOUS LEAGUES JIM FIELDS' TIGERS TOOK A TALL OUT OF SCHANTON. Jimeson Pitched Gieut Ball for Wllkes-Bnrrc, nnd Defeated Bead ing Richmond Won trom Allen town Lancaster Dctented Fater son In a Featureless Game Brook lyn Won from Cleveland by a Close Score llofeton Defeated Cincinnati Diamond I'lck-Ups Seranton's funs ucro muiH illpploan cd at yestei day's kiiiw, lien Hoist helped Newark dafcat Sttlft'rf teiun V was a steal, and nothing moie, ntid If Piesltlent narrows don mt fuinlMi a new umpire for today'H same, I'iel ilent lTInn nas "they won't play." The Motors had cau-e foi comtl.ilnt also. Stilkes wen- called on them when the sphere wn tu-vliem near the plate OTonnell did not play, as lilt Injured flnRcr Mould not permit It. O'Xelll was out or the same, hut is KettlnK better, and will be In Miipe In two or three dajp. Kecuuii pitched well, hut lacked purport at tlmec The Wllkps-Ilario Indian pitched for the Baions nftel Vooiliet" was knnek pd out, and Ite.idliw; newr fmniil him. Lancaster ilefcated I'.iterum In a lea turplns (,'aine ulilli' Ftlmmel, of Al lenlown wa eas for Richmond. The National League unmet, wcte well con tcsrted, Percentage Table. on Dillon's slnRle, making two runs to Heinnton's cicdlt, Dillon was called out In this Inning for running out of bounds between fcocond nnd third, Theie was a general mix-up, eer.vbodv seemed to have smnethliig to do with the ball. In the SeM'iith, Llppert scored on a hIukIp b Flanagan and Dohortv scored in the eighth, which ended our iiins, making a total of four. Newark scored her Hi st ntn In the fourth. Sehleller singled, went to lit vt on a passed ball by Flanagan, nnd aiotwl on Weddcgc'H fly to Dngnn In the sixth, 8erunon fell to jileies, nnd Newark made live lunis. There was lots of excitement In this Inning, mlxd with llerger's awful deelHlens, which mail" the excitement still woi'. Tn the ceetilh. Wise add ed another seoie to Newnrk'B six. mak ing a total of seven runs. In the eighth they died very easily. Theie weie nhout ."00 poisons picsent. The score: SCHANTON. n. if. o. a. i; av. l re Richmond W s "'w lading IT 1- "v OT?ies-nnno 1" H .V1 ;V' -aster l.i 15 .'CO r"aik IS .'j .'-"J Stanton 11 '-) ! vilPiuown n L'l "W Oaterson 3 -I -i'3 Wheio They Flay Today. Newnrk nt Kcraitton ncnrtlnj; nt WHKcs-Kure. ritrirm nt l.aneintet AllentoTMi at Kl'hinoml. Sunday Games, 1 llkee-Uane at 1'aui-uii BERGER IS VERY BAD. Gave an Exhibition of Miserable- TJmphing Yestciday and Helped Newaik to a Victoiy She Haidly Deserved. Newn'U took a Kime ftom Fcianton ypstrrday afteinoon hv a hi ore of f to I Newaik cm haidly li.ue the ctPdlt of winning the g.nne alone, Utn plie Hersir gave notabk" iibMbtaneev TVif.u tobhed us Mom st.n't to finish. l" wah to bad tint Pie-ldent Klnn tel egi ipbed to I'lc-ident Nairuwt- at I'liil idi Iphla thai n an ton would not jil iv tnda unlers a new iiniph'' was tur nlho'l I'citfrl Is een woi!e than II mleison. Kremm was In the box, nnd lllsley again co,iel m'pkihI. Newaik'h li.it tlng oi dei n. Mlshtlv clianqed ye& teida. annum platd light ilelil, while f'cgnn twilled and Koaeh batted In eighth poMUtin Doheity mnc'c tuo Pn fonl cntchrs near thlid base Flan agan, riiiantuns. nev, catcher, made n iod imprcsiinn. He bats well and luiis liases tal. D' licit;' 1 ! the hatting oidei, but w s thimvn ciut at tirt by Kloff. nnd Knoll cann nt and flew out to Sehll fl i Dillon followed with hl two-bisc hit and Ungan t-tmck out, so ending the ill -t. Nfvark ni'iT t-aw Hist base tor the Ihht two Innlng.s. In the t-ec-ond !Me got liH have on balN, but wis tin own out at ei ond bv Uoach. Fjom the incond until the sixth Frinnton db d as fist as sh cinie to ba' In the sixth riaii.iciii sent a hot hnr Into left Held t- lehed ec ond on Kenans satrllke lilt an 1 sioioil on Km lis ihuo huso hit Ui'W coming In Dciheit), at Knoll, c. f Ullloii, 11 Dngan, 1. f Mppcrt, r. f. ... Hlflev, ;:l) ...... McMalinn, s. l'liiiMC'iii, e ... Kcenaii, p 0 O. 4 1 11 3 II , 1 1 1 Total i NinVAHK'. n. Kloft, r. s 0 IIatdcst5, o. f 1 Schtctler. 1. f 1 Wife, :i 1 WeddlKP. 31' 1 Fields, lb 1 Itonch c 3 OunHon, r. f 1 Ceg.in, p 0 x :i it o. u D. i) 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 The better the SlflSTETTEfiK Health rfllIrHw ' tTWrinfcJBMr m rfi t J7r the Life. Iloxtol tor Stonmeh lllttors ninkes good lionlt h - thpro' foro long life. It cum InalKes- yj It cure incllKov (f tton, (.'onitlpif v t Ion, IHIIaiiKDeHH nnd uil't BITTER , nnd nil troubles uiMuu from u ent utoiiiiiru. mukrt iwo- a well ii lid p them well. Jrty Delchnnty ss tiilnimcl, p . . .1 Totals 1 5 HI VI 0 Hlcliinond t 10 0 10 0 2 x-3 Allentown 0 o n u u 0 1 0 o-i Two-base hits T. Delchaiity, Jos. Dele hnuty. Sueriilcc lilt Blslio' Stolon bacn Slmntion. Dolali, BclKlld. Left fin Inscs Ulchtnoiid, ": Allcntown, I Stliick out-IU lllshot), 4. l'llst on ir lois Allentown, 1 l'llst on halN Off KWIiop, 1; off Stimmcl, ii. IMsrid lull Vlgncux. Umphe Hclts. 'lime 1 J3. NATIONAL LEAGUE. flclal timplrj for a game on such a prom inent day, and between ancient inrmlcs'" "Itlslej Isn t one-half the pitcher that either lloiloa or Kteiitm Is, anil et ho li tlie winning pitcher of the MIiipik, Ii i Iiik had lack enough ill the games he bus wtirkid to appall tcn Al Dei rj- Maul" Harry fhudwlck, wivs "1 hue al was aiHoiatrd tho absolute neee'Klty of triniiiriilu habits In ball plajers "n order to setiiro the lust work fiom tlicm that thoj me able to gle. and here Is a paragraph 1 wtote twenty jmrs ago. 'Taught by bitter expirlimc exiry pro fessional dull will adopt the tompcraiu ' clause for their nine. '1 he fact Ik, rum and first class phiN won t wink loiiethet 'Take jour Imld anil take our leiue.' will bi tho piofesshinal motto. The pro fessional iniiiiiigi rs lim. hiie fminil out by that exitlkut teailieriif hard lesn is, exjierlence, that no nutter huxv sttong ii nine xou may colli el togethpr as ip pards their batting anil fid Hug slieugth, uiiIpss they aie a nine xdin can be made to xork togellur In haiiiionx, ihex' nexer will sin cecd Your gmmlilUH and si i 1 ers nie not i nlj iialsaims In all tlii's but they hip an espec lal eh mint of xxcak nets In a piofiii n.il nine ' " AMATEUR DASE BALL NOTES. HAND & PAYNE. 205 WASHINGTON AVE. HAND & PAYNE. We Do Not Exaggerate One Iota When we say we have the largest, finest and most varied line of Gents' Furnishings in this city. We propose to keep our reputation as Up-to-Date Furnishers, and with that fact in view we are constantly on the lookout for new and seasonable goods which we sell to our customers at prices which are right. Total T 11 W 12 3 Scranton 0 0 0 0 0 2 110-4 Ncxxaik 0 0010610 -7 Txxn.biiso' hit Dillon. Trine-bane hit Knoll. Hacillic- lilt Kecnan Stolen l,,lh, s Dohertx. Kloff Left on bases rieranton. 1; Newaik. 6. Httnek out By Keenaii. 1. b f'ogan, 3 Double pWxs Doheity to Klsle.x. First uii prrors Jlohprt'x. Wlso and Gunson. Flist on iinlP (iff ICppnan. 1. olf Cogan. 1. Wild nltches -Kf ph hi. Passpil gan. Umpire-Heige balls I'lana- Tlmo-1.35. II E JR Hi W Aft W faH ""M1 H HKSSB When a shoe loses its shape then the wear-out period is soon reached. The shoe made hurriedly to compete in price has this character istic. The Burt & Packard " Korrect Shape " shoes arc custom bench made, put to gcther by hand, and made of the best stock. flnn't snhil your foot by wearing choap shoos. Look for thli TrUt auk Bold by LEWIS, REILLY & DAVIES, SCRANTON, PA. Jimeson Was a Puzzle. Wllke.s-Uarie,.lune J. npiidlng start ed In to hit Vooihces hard today, Jime son xxas substituted In the fourth In ning and the vlnltora could do nothing with his dellxery. The locals took the lead in the fifth inning and by timely batting and coldly enois upon the part of their opponents xxere able to hold it The fentiuos xverc gtcat tunning catch es by llalllgan and Odwell. Scoie: Wll.KKS-r.ARHD. It. H rixmrr. ps o llalllgtii, if 1 Klchter. ef 0 Ciackel, lb 2 Odwell, If 1 lliirnx. :i 2 C'oughltn, 3l 1 Smith, f 1 Voorheps, p o JlmeKOii, p 0 Totals S 13 ".'7 15 ItKADING. D. II. O. Lawrence, cf 114 0 Chlldt, 21) 1 a 4 5 Hett.s. If 0 0 3 0 nr.iulix. 3b 0 10 1 Miatlon. if 1 1 .i 0 Oockinan. rf 112 1 KnxcUr. lb 116 0 Ton. c 0 14 0 IVltseh, p 0 a 1 0 Murphy 0 10 0 Percentage Table. V. i. P.C. Hronkljn 3'J II 7JJ Hoston -'I H .(C7 St. Louis 2" 33 (S l'hlliuk'lphla S3 10 .t0 Chliugii 21 17 .f'S'i Ilattlmoie 21 1" ."." Cincinnati 21 37 .JJ'i flushing lu '.J .121 New Yolk 1.5 21 .410 Loulsxllle 32 2S ,VKI Washington 12 21 ,2'it ricxcland S 2S .222 O A. 1 1 5 2 1 U n l 2 0 5 At Philadelphia- n.II.D I'lltsbtllg 00020000 13 9 2 Philadelphia 2 0 0 1 0 0 00 1-4 la 1 Uatterles Tnnnrlilll and Howcim.in, Piatt and MoFatland. Umplicv lhnallo and McDonald. At Doston- It.ll.i: Clnelniiatl 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 S 1 lioston 2 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 - r, 11 2 Dntterlif llahn and Pcitz; Nichols and Clarke. Unuihcb Smith und liuuis'. At Hrookln It H U. Clexrland 2 12 3 0 2 0 0 0-1010 3 Hiooklyn 00 000 12 7 1-1110 5 ltatterh s Caisey nnd Zlmmer, Kccn nedy and Parrell. Umphix Ljiich and Connolly, At naltlmore- D.H 13. Chicago 000 0 110 0 02 8 0 Hlltlmoie 00030100 4 0 0 Uatterles C.tll.ihan nnd Nichols, Klt fon and Koblnson. Umpires O'Day and McClur. At New York It 11.13. LoulsAlllo 4 42 100 100-12 12 f, New York 3 0 3 0 12 2 0 2-13 lft 10 Hattetles- Cuntilngliam, Jlagee ana Klttrhlgc: Doluny and Uiady. Umpircb (Jaffnex and Andrews At Wahhlnston- IUI 13 St Louis 1O10 2OOO0-7 1II 2 Washington 000010oni-2 3 0 Batteries Young and O Conner, Dlneen nnd McGuire. 1'niplrcsi Swartwood and Warner. A. 13 0 0 5 1 0 1 0 Totals 5 0 27 7 S "Hatted for Pitt tub In ninth inning. Wilkcj-Hano 0 1 I! a 2 0 2 0 0-S Heading 0 3 1 1 u 0 0 0 0-5 Threec-base lilt hmlth. Txxo-lasc hits Smith, Childs, Pox. Struck out By PcrtKch. ": hx .Ilmeson, 3 Plrt base on balls Off VnoihpPF, 1; off Jimeson. ,t; off Pertseh. 0 Stub ii b.inet Sralth, Cliilils. Pln-t base on erroi Wilkes Banc. 2: Heading, 1. lilt b pitched ball Halllgiin, 2. Lpft on b.ihCs Wilkes H.irie, 11. Heading, 7. Umpire McDci niott. Time 1 45 Lancaster Defeats Pateison. Lancaster, June 2. Af ten-being shut out b Lancaster for eight Inning Wil belm in that time allow In j only two hits, Patirsoii scored two inns, JIofs, Thornton, Duncan nnd Flaheity mak ing singles In the ninth. The fielding of the xletois xxas, very rockv and the game wiu featureless. Score: LANCASTI3H. It. U OTHER LEAGUE GAMES. Eastern League. Montreal. 2, Sxiacuse, 0. Hoche-iter, 4, Toronto, 2. rioldence, o: Iiaitford, 2. Woicester, s, Spilnslleld, 7. Western League. St Paul, 6; Detiolt, 2. Columbus, 3; Kansas Clly 2 Indianapolis t; IMnueapolis, Buffalo, 6: Mllw.uiec. 0. Interstate League. Youngstoxx.i, 0, Wheeling, 3. Poll Wajne 11, Da.xton, Z. New Castle, 2, Maiibllolil, 2. Toledo, b, Grand Rupld, D. The Sllibrs xvtll pluy the St Thomas I'iorxes Si tiiidnx June 3, at 2 30 oclc.k on SIliUin' Bioutmx The SlIdtlH fhallenge the Taxloi Non pariels foi WeiliHMlay Juno 7 ut, ." o'cloik, on Sliders' gruuuclH Picat an Hwer lu The Tribune Tin Sliders ilmllcnse the Wpt Side Anthracite for Prlday, June 1, at 3 o i lock on Sliders' mounds Plenn1 answer In The Tribune. W. Thomas, managci ; 13. Tloop taptaln The KiiieUim and the South Side bane bill teams, in 111 plaj lomoirow nfternoon en tb Cirson Cltx- grounds Tomorrow's game xxlll be the llrxt of a neili to be pin x til for the eh imploiiHhlp of Lacka wanna eoiltitx- and n purhe of $110. The St Thorn n' Superlias aeeept the rh illence of tin Itimpton Strppt Sta-s Mi pi us nt eonvr of TIntnpton street and South Main nx'enne nt i JO this morning. K Million m inag r. NEW CITY OFFICIALS. Only One of Them "Was Able to Qualify Yestciday Chief Walker Takes Charge Tuesday. Fied J. Widmaxer yestciday succeed- ed Thomas N Cullen us food nnd milk Inspector, lie took the oath of ofllce befoie Mn.xor Jlolr and tlicn xxent to the inspectors oflUo on the thlid lluoi of city hall to lellexe Mr. Cullen At Mr "Wldmajir's request, Mr. Cullen xxlll lciiialn lu the office for s'xeral days to help him get acquainted with lit, duties. Mr Cullen held the ofllce since Sept. 1, 1S9, succeeding Klchaid Thomas. lie made uxoij elllclent ofllcer and It xas against tho xxihhes of tho board of health that he bo lemoxed. Mr. Wid maxer is a oiy capable man and xlll undoubtedly repeat the excellent iccord of bib niccicctbsni. Tins term Is one ear and the s-alaiy $7a a month T. 1. Jackson, the building Inspei tor elect, aho took the oath" of ofllep ts tciday, but cannot lake possi sshm of his ofllce until bis bond Is apptoxed by councils. John Nelson, xxhom hi displaces, lias Idled the ofllce exci since it xxas cicated and gaxe excellent balls faction. Chief Walker will not take olllce un til Tuesday. Ills uslgn.itlon Is In the hands of the max or nnd xxlll he sent to the special meeting to be held Mon day night. MEETING OF COLOKED PEOPLE. ). ' i " ''fit ' "' i w vjj tTfwiJVjnicJU i St&Ql fjTTysn J&Lf? jsfcug.ZKffyi 3.'?.traw nats.... Ouiiineof Straw Hats is ;i most ex- ujjTTSlL fnneiwn n isX iviioivt www Our leader is the Knox at $4.00 and $3.00, but we also have cheaper ones, at $2.50, $1.50 and $1.00. These hats are all made of high-made stiaw, show good woikmanshipand are the cor rect shape. At the above prices they arc the belt bargains ever offered in straw hats in this city. JtwL My Ladies Knox Sailors We are sole agents in this city for all Knox Hats. The 1899 shapes Knox La dies' Straw Sailors are, as usual, the "proper thing." Call and see them. Prices $4 and $5 A Sen sible Man Will do his best to keep cool in summer time, at all hazards. A Negligee Shirt Is surely the prime aiticle of cool wearing apparel. They were made for comfoit. The ones we sell are made for comfoit and style as well. They are things of beauty and a joy as long as you wear them. We have them in French flannel and Madras. We sell them at prices rang ing from $1 to $2.50. Call before our assortment runs low, 111 . vvl V- w m - Neck 'jLi&f lousdres- Ij-A seis will 11UU piuu- sure in exa m i n - Gent's Hose We have a great assortment of Gent's Hose, both fancy and plain, at 25c and 50c ing our unexcelled line of Neckwear. Our stock has been carefully chosen and all the ideas which have been used in this sea son's neckwear to distinguish it from l-.T-t will be found in our extcioive line. Our stock includes a beautiful vaiie'ty of Fourin Hands, Ascots, Strings, Imperials And Bows. Summer Underwear A most attractive assort ment of Balbriggan Under wear, both plain and fancy, has just arrived. The prices range from 50c. to $1.50 a garment, n A n i Tiuttermore r f " Schniib, 3b 1 Iauocque, lb 1 I.eldx e f 0 Waid '.b 1 Schmidt 1 f 0 I.cih i s 0 W'ente, r 0 tWllhelm, P 1 O. 1 1 r. i i a. i: i i o 0 1 0 1 1 U 27 13 Total 6 PATEKSON. U. IL O. Moran, c. f, 0 0 0 Moe?, k. s , 1 Thornton, lb 1 1 add, lyf 0 Duncan, c 0 riaherty. rf ,.'. 0 Gochnaur, "t 0 Camp, Hb 0 Ames, p 0 A. i: 0 0 5 i 0 0 0 0 4 3 1 TotalH 2 C 27 13 5 I incaster o oinsooo ; n Paterson 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2-2 Uarned runs I,ancatter, 2, Pateriion. 1. Two-baso lilt Schmidt. Sacrifice hits Kchmldt, I.eidx 2, Ward. Stolen bases Unttermoie Camp. I.arocnue. Left on 1 ases- Lancaster, 11, Pateihon. n. Struclt out Schaub Double plnjH Schuh and 1 (irocfjue; Gochnaur and Camp I'lrst bahe on errors- -I.ancastei. 5 Paterson, i I'irst on ballf-Otf Wllhclm. 2, oft Aanies. 2 lilt bx- tilteher- Camp. L'm pirc Henderson. Time -1 M. Stimmel Was Easy. Itlehmond. Juno 2. PtlninTd'a xvlld ietn in opening, the, bnuo lunning of ppybold nnd Dolan and SeybolJ's nnd Calhoun's hltl'ng put another game in the won column for Richmond this af teinoon The contest was an Intel eat ing one Wilgley's wild thtoxv !n the bexenth Inning nlloxxed ,Ioa Delehauty to go from btcond to the plate. Booie: IIICHJIO.S'D. It. II. O. A. 13 WrlKlcs, hS 0 0 13 1 Shannun, rf 112 0 0 Dolan. 21 1112 0 Soxbohl, If 1 3 1 n 0 Calhoun, lb 1 1 If 1 U HarKroxe, cf 0 0 10 0 Dundon, 3b 10 14 0 Hess, o 0 2 fi .1 0 Bishop, p 0 0 1 t 0 DIAMOND PICK UrS. On Sloiidaj- xxe baltlo xUth the cham- plonn fioni niilmioud Knoll, Dillon and O Council ate ceitain ly KlxiiiK us some fast ball There is no question but McDcrmott Is an "A" number one umpire. Thacl.aia, xxho left here on Tuesday nlBht Is nt his homp in Hrlitnl, Pa. We thoiiRht llendcrhon bad, but xxe would rather luixe him than lit rcer. Allen lint, cone to Coitland, X. Y., to Join that team, xxhlcli Is iihbw. luted with the Xix York State leasuce Jack O'Xelll Is iccclxliifr pralp from exery loxer of bnp ball lip tnaKes a xeiy xaluable backstop for Fcranton A Dill Ceushlln came to bat Wed nesday at Wilkes-Hiure ho xxas piescni Pd with a diamond Hud by a Ineal ad mirer tlirnURh I'mpleo McDermott. CoiiKlilln, has Kottcii texenil x'aluable prcfentH since his lull inrcer hCRim. Ho !. well deserxlns of them A fatter thlid baseman xxould be hard to find WInt WllUes-rtarro xxrlters mv nbout Hcrauton ' I cannot see a weak s,pot on that Scranton team and thex ure cer tainly fabler on the basis than the a' eraRp " "Tho Idea of not IuvIiir an of- Offored Up Tiayer for the Deliver ance of Theiv Oppiossed Biothets. A meetincr of the colored people of the city xxna held last oxening In tho Shiloh. Paptlst ihurcli at "01 Centio Mieet, for the puinoo of otfeilnf? up pi ayer for the dellxcrnnce of tho op jue'iserl of their inee In tho houth. While the attendance xxas not very laipe. all present sboxxed by their tlioiiKhtfiil nttPiitlon that they xx-ero hcaitily in sxmpathv xxlth tho cause. The P.ex-. H A. Giant. 15. D, and the Kex-. Jamex A P.ell xxeio present nnd both offered prayer. Mr Grunt piayed that tho colored people In the s-outh, xxho he said x-re the most peisocuted people in the xxorld, he jelleved from their oppres sion He nKo piaxed that those xxho say the nopro bn! no s-oul be biought to see that the coloied people in Rencinl ate men of Integrity and men of honor deplte tho color of their complexion. PAYNE 203 Washington Ave Scranton, Pa. Rl J 5 w V- TWO MODELS. One Hunched Palis of L idles' rine Kid shoes, laced or but toned any ht.xlo toe, xxe will sell today to Introduce them at $.'00 a pair, Ue meniber this shoe xxlll be sold today only, at that piko. You will pay $J 00 foi the same shoe at any stme In the c Ity. Call and pee them, at JIuhon s fahoe store, COS I.aikawanna axenue. Aie open late on Hatuiday oxenlnir I reatment on Trial and Approval NO MONEY IN ADVANCE. ;riPNrFTT3iMMinr A cours, of remedies tho marvel of Tutuunnr medical science and Apparatus indorsed THE LAMP OF LIFE. "JV en v x rf v- k Totalu S S 27 17 1 ALU3NTOWN. It. II. O. A. 13. T. Dclchanty, 2b 0 3 0 4 0 fc'mllh, If 0 0 10 0 Jo. Delchanty, if .... 1110 0 Henry, cf 0 12 0 0 Mclntyrc, 3b 0 0 16 0 McMauuv, lb 0 0 16 0 0 Vlgneux, c 0 0 3 10 bvnbvsiciaiiswill bo sentON APPROVAL WITHOUT ADVANCi: PAYMENT to any honest man who is suffering from weakness peculiar to men. Use them a reasonable time and if not all you expect all you wish pact apparatus and re mainder of Remedies into same bos and sond them back thatends it paynotbinp;! MKN WHO ARE WEAK. IlROKEN DOWN, DISCOURAGED. menwhosuiTcr from tho effects of disease, overxvork, worry, from the follies of youth or escesses of manhood, failure of vital forces, unfit ness for marriage all buch men should ' tro to tho fountain head" for a scientific method of marvelous power to vitalize, sustain, and restore xx'ealc and undevel oped portions of tho body. Any man writing in good faith may obtain full account of this astonishing system. You have only to xvrite your name and address in tho blank form below, cutout tho coupon and mail it to tho Eriu .Medical Co,, Buffalo, N. Y, ERIE MEDICAL CO. 00 NIAGARA. ST., BUFFALO, N. Y. Sirs: -As per atatemout in Scranton Tribuuo you may mall to mo, under plain letter Boal, postago paid, full explanation of your new system of furnishing your Applianco aud Remedies to rcliablo men on trial and approval without expense no payment to bo made In advance no cost of any kind unless treatment proves successful aud entirely satisfactory. AIbo mill scaled, free, your now uiodio.il book for men. If you pay cash we will allow you a ten per cent, discount. If you are going to invest in a wheel this season you can buy what you can't in other wheels get what you pay for and the most for your money in a SCRANTON More " Scrantons " in use in our city than all other makes combined. $50 buys a Sterling Roadster. $60 buys a Sterling; Special. $75 buys a Sterling Chainless The only changeable gear chainless on the market. The Sterlings need no commenting upon too many riders testify to trnir merit. lfl W M Bundy. ktrl &mgs2B& & - 1 Glvo name and ndcliess In full. Please write very plainly, (41) ajstio. C" lifrtr irr B'OVv.j v A full line of Gas and Oil Lamps. The largest line of Bicycle Sundries in the State. Get your carriage Rubber Tired with The Springfield Tire. The only Tires that are welded on. IRON Hi STEEL. WACONHMERS' AND BLACK1ITHS' SUPPLIES. 126-128 Fran ki in Ave BI11ENBENDER & CO., a AH Kinds. Neatly, Quickly and Done at Right Prices by The Tribune Job Department. M . v