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TUB ' SCRAHTON TIirDUNE-TUESDAr KOBHINC. , 9. .1898.
f WEST SIDE EVENTS.
Patrick Taylor Married at Nkboboa.
1 Hla Bride la Mb Mary Fltsslaa-
ou, tl SkaltivlOe.
Patrick Taylor, the well-known West
Bide hotel keeper, and Sliss Mary Flti-
slmmons. of ShulUville, were married
yesterday morning at Nicholson. Ar
thur Lunney, of this side, was best man.
Last evening; a large number of the
many West Bide Mends of Mr. Taylor
drove In various - forms of -vehicles to
ShultsvUle where a reception was given
to Mr. and Mrs. Taylor at the home of
)the bride's parents.
Among those who went were: Misses
XJsste Glbney. Kate ' Glbney. Anna
lHart. Bridget Timlin. Bridget Murphy,
I . . i i ... .. i I.. . . . i.i
mou Aan:v sawa; aunn oroiitrry, ivm
VjQ.ltney,- Thomas Cosgrove, George
Lunney, John Mahon, Parluk. Cannon,
VJoseph Taylor Joseph D nnelly M. Mc
Mr. and Mrs. Taylot Vill reside at
their already furnished hum on Jack-
on street. They will be given a party
this evening by West Side friends.
AN UNFORTUNATK WANDERER.
Poor Fred Burns, partially demented
and the butt of constant ridicule from
boys of his own age, again came to town
last night from his home at Blngham
ton. Burns is the 16-year-old boy, who
Ave months ago was sent back front
Scranton to his parents at the Parlor
City by Chief Simpson. The young
fellow Is weak minded and has a Btrong
' proclivity for wandering. Yesterday
when he arrived In the city limits In the
North End, a number of boys took htm
to the Lackawanna river and coaxed
. him to "go In swimming." Burns fol
lowed their lead and for a time he
splashed In the filthy and chilling
waters. The boys stood on the shore
laughing. In mumbling about In the
river Burns struck his foot against a
piece of glass cutting the member. The
sulphur water poisoned the wound and
last evening at 10 o'clock he limped Into
the South Main avenue ofilce of Dr. L.
H. Glbbs. With him were a number of
little fellows who had taken pity upon
the injured wayfarer and had offered to
pilot. him to relief. An effort was made
to have the boy taken to the Lackawan
na hospital but the authorities could
not be reached. Last night Burns slept
In the police station. His wound may
have serious consequences.
CHI U'S HOLD COURT.
A mock trial was conducted last even-
ing by the members of the Chi Upsllon
I lannlntv it thn Woahliiim Utraat Ptvflhv.
terlan church. Larceny was the charge
and Professor D. A. Stone was chosen
ko judge the case. The other participants
were: Archie Wears, sheriff; 8. F.
ITork. clerk of courts: George Vvaters
land Fr Y Thornton, counsel for prose
k..4 jiui mull, i-uuiiari iui yi use-
L Morgan and W. L. Burrlll,
defense; J. II. Smith, plain-
tiff; S. Morse, defendant; George
. Bar nan, Theodore Meyers, George
Ban ys, Turvey Breece, John Howell,
Heroert Watres, . Judson Hutchinson,
Herbert Yost, Harry Reese, F. G. Peters
jand Professor Cruttenden, Jurymen. The
twelvveod Mien and true brought In
a Verdict of "not guilty." Action may
be taken to a higher court,
TWO FUNERALS YESTERDAY,
I The late Mrs. Margaret Penry was
1 burled yesterday 'afternoon in the
1 Washburn street cemetery. Funeral
services were conducted at the late
home on lower Archbald street. Rev.
J. T. Morris, pastor of the Bellevue
Welsh Calvinistic Methodist church, of
which the dec-eased was a member,
preached a touching sermon. Rev. J.
T. Hughes, of McKune, Kansas, was
also present. The casket bore many
floral designs, offered by friends as a
token of respect. The funeral was very
f largely attended. Those who acted as
pallbearers were: John Warner, Wat
kn 'Morgan, Jenkln Lewis, John S.
Davis, Thomas Morgan and J. D. Phil
I Funeral services over the remains of
I the lat M. Houser were held yesterday
afternoon at the family home at the
corner of Swetland street and Chestnut
street. Rev. J. P. Moffatt, of the Wash
burn Street Presbyterian church,
preached. A quartette from the church
san( a number of sacred selections.
The singers were: Miss Clara Sanders,
Annie Watres, Herbert Watres and
Professor D. A. Stone. There was a
IFF GOLD OB SIM
Af HICII is it? All or part that enables
v us to offer you the most standard
make in perfect fitting, fashionable cuts and
weaves, in Men's Strictly ALL WOOL SUITS at
Formerly sold from four to six dollars more.
Our Show Window gives you a faint idea.
:i li CIA's,
large gathering of the friends. The
pallbearers were: P. O. Whetstone. L.
M. Bunnell. William Allspaugh. T. H.
Allen, Joseph Brlstley and H. Krig-
baura. Interment was made at Forest
A BIRTHDAY PARTY.
Mrs. C. 8. De Puy, of North Lincoln
avenue, gave a birthday party Saturday
afternoon In honor of her two daugh
ters, Vlnona and Virginia, It being the
fifth anniversary of the latter's birth.
Among those present were rfances and
Julia Lawless.Flossle and Myra Spirtes,
Mary and Lizzie Wilhelm, Loretta
Stucker, Phoebe Thomas. Luia Castner,
Pearl and Edith Myers, Mildred Wide-
nor, Maud Jones. Mabel Keliow, Gerald-
Ine and Rlssa Phillips, Nellie Ace, May
and Alice Lee, Grace and May Kramer,
Bessie and Helen Slote, Bessie Altlmus,
Maud Dale, Lizzie Thomas, Jennie
Tewksbury, Cora E. Vetters, Bertha
Schuester, Gertrude and Margaret Pow
ell, Melica Bryant. Mattie Hulbert. Ver-
da and Laura Smithy
CHECKING THEIR ARDOR.
The Hve persons who were, on Sun
day night, extracted from a disorderly
house in Kelly's block on Scranton
street were taken to the county Jail
yesterday afternoon In the patrol wag
on. The three neuroes were handcuffed
together and the women, Mrs. "Mat
thews" and Mrs. "Boughton." were
placed under the care of Officer Gurrell.
It Is thought thut the action of the
authorities will have a' purifying effect
on the denizens of the block and patch.
CHANGE OF HORSES.
Changes of horses were made yester
day in the two West Side hose compa
nies. The Franklins received two new'
horses and the old ones were transferred
to the Columbia company's use. Both
organizations are satisfied. The new
horses are handsome specimens. They
weigh 2,940 pounds, are grey in color
and are of western breed. Cobb furn
ished thein to the tire department.
NEWS NOTES AND PERSONALS.
St. Leo's Battalion has elected the
following officers: President, Thomas
Gilroy; vice-president, John Hester;
recording secretary, Michael Jennings;
financial secretary, James Murphy;
treasurer, Thomas Regan; directors,
Martin. Sheridan, Thomas O'Connors,
Edward Devlne, Patrick Buckley,
Michael Healey; serjeant-at-arms,
Thomas Walsh. The battalion will hold
their annual field games next Saturday
at Laurel Hill park.
Miss Kitty Griffiths has accepted a
clerkship at H. D. Jones' grocery store.
Miss Jennie Griffiths, of' South Brom
ley avenue, Is visiting at Danville.
Miss Susie Mellons, of Espy, Is visiting
Mrs. Joseph A. Mears, of South Main
The young people of St. Mark's Evan
gelical Lutheran church will hold a
lawn social this evening at the corner of
Washburn and Fourteenth streets. All
will be cordially welcome.
Miss Eva Orr, of Plttston, Is spending
the week at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Isaac Williams, on North Sumner ave
nue. Needed Improvements are being made
about the property of John M. Evans,
on South Main avenue.
The West Side board of trade will
meet this evening. President Clarke
will announce his committees for the
The West Side Christian Endeavor
choir met last evening and rehearsed
at the Plymouth Congregational church
Professor Lewis Davis is leader.
Mr. Enoch Harris still remains seri
ously ill at his home on South Main
Mrs. M. F. Wymbs and children, of
Jackson street, is visiting at Hones-
Mrs. W. C. Price and son, of South
Main avenue, have returned from a
visit to Syracuse friends.
The Misses Lizzie and Margaret Rey
nolds have returned from Wllkes-Barre.
John Edwards has returned from i
visit at Nantlcoke.
Rev. J. I. Hughes, of McCune, Kan
sas, preached last evening at the v elsh
Calvinistic Methodist church. His
theme was on "The Christian," using
the palm tree as a figure of discourse,
Mr. Hughes is a very forceful speaker.
Steve soiosKy, the man who was
charged by John Van Stone with hav
ing stolen $10 worth of lead pipe from
the Van Stone yard near the Round
Woods, was, at a hearing before Alder,
man John yesterday afternoon, ad'
Hattors sad FuraJslwi
Judged not guilty. There was Insuffi
cient evidence to support the charge.
A dog near Hampton street on 8outh
Main avenue is considered enough of a
nuisance to have a complaint taken to
The Tribune office. Nocturnal howls
are the particular forms of disturbance.
A number of West aide wheelmen
contemplate a road trip to Niagara
West Side Bnsiaesi Directory
FLORIST-Cut flowers and funeral de
signs a specialty. Floral figures, uieiui
as gifts, at 101 South stain avenue. Har
riet J. Davis, florist.
PHOTOGRAPHER Cabinet Photos, $1.40
per dozen. They are Just lovely, con
vince yourself by calling at Startler's
Photo Parlors, 101 and 103 South Main
SECOND HAND FT7RNITURE Cash for
anything you have to sell, vurnuur.
Stoves. Tool, etc. Call and see ths
stock of J. C. King, 1024 and IK Jack
SOUTH SIDE NEWS.
Lightning Killed a Cow Owned by R. J
Caliery Land Bought for Cemetery
PurposesDeaths and Funerals.
Mlnooka was visited by a severe elec
trical storm at 4 o'clock yesterday after
noon. A bolt of lightning killed a cow
owned by R. J. Caliery, of Blrney ave
nue. Very little rain fell until later in
The cow was not instantly killed; she
was graxing In the fields three or four
blocks from the main road and when
the lightning struck her she ran about
for several minutes in a bewildered
manner. Anally falling dead. There
were no marks on the carcass as evi
dence of where the bolt struck.
ENLARGING THE CEMETERY.
Rev. Richard A. Aust, pastor of St
Mary's Polish church, of Prospect ave
nue, has purchased one and three-quar
ter acres of land for cemetery purposes
in Minooka, adjoining the cemetery al
ready owned by the congregation. The
land was bought from William Connell
and the price paid for It was $1,200.
Carpenters will begin right away fenc
ing it in.
DEATHS AND FUNERALS.
The remains of the late Frederick
Rorlck, of Plttston avenue, were In
terred yesterday afternoon in No. 5
cemetery. Services were conducted at
St. Mary's German Catholic church by
Rev. G. J. Stopper.
William Lee, of 905 Irving avenue,
died Sunday. The funeral will take
place tomorrow morning at 8.30 with
a high mass of requiem at St. John's
church. Interment wul be made in the
Hyde Park cemetery.
The remains of Peter Pettingill, of
Cherry street, who died Saturday, will
be taken to Cohoes tomorrow for in
ACCIDENT TO FRED HEUSNER.
Fred Heusner, of Cedar avenue; sus
tained a fracture of the small bone of
the right leg while running a foot 'race
Sunday afternoon at the clam bake held
by the Scjrajiton Athletic clutA His
competitor was William Ehrhardt. Mr.
Heusner slipped and fell, and In that
way the accident happened. Dr. a
Kolb attended him. He is a cigar-
maker at Garney, Brown & Co.'s fac
Boys who annoy the congregation of
Cedar Avenue Methodist Episcopal
church by playing ball and shouting on
the street near the sacred edliice dur
ing the hours of service will be arrested
If they do not desist.
Stephen Burke, of Bellevue, and Miss
Kate Reilly, of Genet street, will be
married at St. John's church tomorrow.
A meeting of Camp 30, Patriotic Or
der Sons of America, was held last
night in Fruehan's hall and three new
members were added.
While at his work yesterday William
Mulley was suddenly taken HI. A phy
sician was Immediately summoned, but
before he arrived Mr. Mulley had faint
ed. He regained consciousness after
twenty minutes and was taken to his
home in a carriage. At a late hour last
night he was resting comfortably. The
doctor said that his sudden Illness was
due to the severe heat
An entertainment under the ausnlces
of the Christian Endeavor society of the
furitan Congregational church was
held last evening In the lecture room
of the church. The society Is noted for
the excellency of Its entertainments and
last evening's programme was not a re
verse or former performances. After
the entertainment a social was held on
the lawn In the rear of the church.
A grand testimonial concert and so
clal to the Morgan family will be held at
St. Mary's hall this evening. Some of
the best local talent will oartlcloate.
The programme Is as follows:
Miss Beatrice Andrews,
P. F. McLaughlin Banjo soloist
Hughe Frayna ....Unique artlstio dancer
C. R. Connelly Baritone songs
miss weiiie unarles Recltationlst
La Petite Emma Juvenile soubrotto
Eddie Kelly Motto singer
Misses Annie and Hannah Morgan,
"Sing a Song 'Bout Me"
James E. Davltt,
In his own specialty, "The Swell of
Joseph Murphy Descriptive singer
Kdwara Harrington Black wire swell
Morgan family. ."The Race Track Sports-
John Maloney Jig and reel dancer
Bid. Hughes Lyrio tenor
Senator "Bill" Lamont agitator
Miss Cora Grlffln Recltationlst
James Folen Sliver tenor
John Harrington Baritone
W. F. Burke Comic singer
Comedians, vocalists and dancers
Patrick O'Hara, of North Main ave
nue. who has been 111 for the past few
weeks, Is once more seen on our streets,
Louis Proudlock, of Harmon avenue,
contemplates making a trip to England
his native land, in the near future.
Ambrose Mulley, Samuel Wlnt and
Dr. Bushang, of New York city, will
leave this morning on a Ashing expedi
Mrs. Catherln Sander, of Throop
street, will leave tomorrow for a few
months' trip to England.
John Purcell, of Brick avenue, leaves
for Ireland today.
if the Baby Is Catting Teeth.
Mrs. Wlnslow'o Soothing Syrup has
been used for over Fifty Years by Mil
:cns of Mothers for Vielr Children
while Teething, with Perfect Success.
It Boothes the Child. Softens the Oiimi
.Mlaya all Pain; Cures Wind Collo and
Is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. Sold
by Druggists In every part of the world,
Be sure and ask for "Mrs. Wlnslow's
Booming cyi-up. ana tans no other
Bwa. awswy-Bv cents a Doitie,
MARKETS AND STOCKS
Wall Street Review.
New York, June $. The transactions
at the stock exchange today barely
crossed the 100,000 share mark and the
trading was devoid of feature until the
last hour when the Jersey Central sud
denly dropped about $ per cent, to 103.
The break In the Jersey Central en
couraged the bears but they were care
ful to keep their sales within very nar
row limits. While the decline In the
general list ranged from H to 1H per
cent It did not disturb hold
ers and very little long stock came out
The greatest losses were made in the
stocks and properties undergoing reor
ganisation, Tennessee Coal and Iron
and Sugar. As of late the trading ele
ment was responsible for the changes In
prices. The leading operators have
temporarily retired from the field and
commission houses and foreign business
Is of small proportions, the political sit
uation being surrounded with too much
uncertainty to permit of ventures ex
cept by the scalpers. Tobacco showed
more strength and rose to 664?55V4. The
fact that the suit to enjoin the company
from doing business In Illinois will come
up tomorrow was not permitted to Inter
fere with the plans of the manipulators
In the stock. Sugar was weaker and
sold down to 12391 notwithstanding the
declaration of the usual dividends by the
directors. The sellers of the stock claim
to be disappointed on account of the fail
ure of the management to distribute
part of the company's surplus at this
time. Tennessee Coal and Iron was
heavy, falling from 25 to 244 while the
preferred was offered down to 90 against
100 the last reported sale. Unsatisfac
tory business was given as the reason
for the decline In the stocks. Specula
tion closed weak with prices &2S4 per
cent, lower on the day. Tobacco how
ever, gained per cent.
Furnished by WILLIAM LINN, AL
LEN CO., correspondents for A, V.
CAMPBELL, stock broker. 412 Spruce
Op'n- JTlgn- Low- Clos
Am. Tobacco Co.... n
Am. Sugar Rf. co..124H
Atch., To. 8. fe...l4
Chic, ft N. W. ...
Chic. B. A Q
C. C. C. ft St. L. ....
Chlo., Ml!. & St. P.,
Chic, R. I. ft Pac..,
Dlat. ft C r
Lake Shore 1D1
Louis, ft Nash MH
M. K. ft Texas Pr. .. 24H
Man. Elevated 104
Mo. Pac 2S
N. J. Central 105
N. Y. Central 96
N. Y., 8. ft W. Pr. ..24
Nor. Pac. Pr. 14
Pac Mail 25
Phil. & Read 9
Southern R. R 8
Southern R. R. Pr. .. 28
Tenn. C. & Iron 25
Texas Pacific 7
Union Paclflo 7
Wabash Pr W4
Western Union 85
W. L. 9
U. S. Leather 8
U. S. Leather Pr. ... 6374
U. 8. Rubber 21
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE PRICES.
OD'n- Hlch- Low- Cloi.
Ing. est. est. Ine.
62 63 60 607fc
. 63 64 61 61
18 18 17 18
16 18 18 18
28 28 28 28
29 2!) . 29 29
4.30 4.39 4.27 4.27
4.45 4.43 4.40 4.12
7.80 7.25 7.17 7.17
7.40 7.42 7.30 7.32
Scranton Board of Trade Exchange
Quottitionc-AII Quotation Based
on Par of 100.
Name. nirt Aik.4.
Lrnne uep. c iii. uui 140
Bcruuon juac. vT'iriain co.
National Boring ft Drilling Co.
First National Bank
Scranton Jar A Stopper Co
Elrohiirst Boulsvard Co
Scranton Savings Hank
Bonta Plate uiass co
Bcracton Car Replacer Co ...
Scianton packing Co
Weston Mill Co
Lackawanna Iron ft Steel Co
Third National Bank
Throop Novelty M'f'g. Co.
Scranton Traction Co 17.
Scranton Glass Co
crantop Pass. Railway, flrst
mortgage due 1918 119
Peopled 8treet Railway, flrst
mortgage due ltll. 110
Scranton ft Plttston Trae. Co
People's Street Railway, Sec
ond mortgage due 120 lit
Dickson Manufacturing Co
Lacks. Towbihip Bohool 6
City of Sorantpn Street Imp t ...
Borough of Wlnton t
Mt. Vernon Coal Co
Scranton Axis Works
New York Produce Market.
New York, June 8. Flour Steadier,
quiet, unchanged. Winter wheat Low
grades, $1.70al86; do. fair to fancy, $2. 15a
(.55; do. patents, $3.70a3.90; Minnesota
clear, $2.45a3.0S; do. straights, $2.95a35:
do. patents. $3.45a4.45: low extras, il.Tua
2.85; city mills, $4.05a4.15; do. patents, $4. 30a
4.55; rye mixture. J2.60a3.SO; superflncc $l.!)5a
2.20; lino, $1.70a2.10. Southern flour Quiet,
steady. Rye flour Quiot, steady; at $2.40a
2.S0. Cornmeol Quiet, steady; yellow
western, (2.05a2.10; brandywine. $2.15. Rye
Quiet, flrmar; No. t western, 42a42e.j
c. 1. f. Barley Nominal; ungraded west
ern, 3So41c. Barley malt Quiet; western,
48a53c. Wheat Market dull, Irregular,
closing easier; f, o. b., 75c. to arrive; un
graded red, 66a76c;. No 1. northern, 70c,
to arrive; options closed weak at ac,
below Saturday; No. 2 red June, 67c;
July, 67c; August, 66c; September,
66e.; December, 68c. Corn Spots dull,
easier; No. 2, 33a33c. elevator: 3!a34c.
afloat; options closed weak; June, 3Se.j
July, 31c; September, 35c; October,
86c. Oats Spots easier; options dull, eas
ier; June, 22c; July, 23c; spot prices,
No. 2. 22c; No. 2 white, 25c.; No. 2 Chlca.
go, 24c; No. 3, 21c; No. 3 white, 28'-c;
mixed western, 23a24c; white do., 24a
28c; white stale. 24a280. Beef Quiet,
firm; family, $8.50a9; extra mess, 6a7o. Beet
hams Blow; $14.50. Tlerced beef Quiet,
firm; city extra India mess, llal2c. Cut
meats Dull, easy; pickled bellies, 4c;
pickled shoulders, 4c; do. hams, 9a9c,
Lard Quiet lower; western steam, $4.43;
city, $4.10; July, $4.50; refined, dull, easy;
continent, $4.75; South America, $5.15; com
pound, 8Ta4o. Pork Quiet, steady; old
mess, $S.25u8.75; new mes, $9a9.50. Butter
Fancy, steady, fair demand; state dairy,
10916c; do. creamery, Ual5c; western
dairy, 8allc; do. creamery, llal5c,i
do. factory, 8allc; Elglns, 15c.; Imita
tion creamery, 10a12c. Cheese Quiet, col
ored, easy; state large, new, Ga5c; do.
small, new, 4a"-.; part skims, new, 2u4.:
full skims, 4V, lal!c. Eggs Liberal
receipts, easy; state and Pennsylvania,
13c: western fresh, 12al2c; do. case,
Philadelphia Provision Market.
Philadelphia, June 8. Provisions were
in moderate Jobbing demand, but general
ly Arm In sympathy with the west. Lose
lard, however, was Irregular. We quote;
City smoked beef, llal2c; beef hams,
lEnlktll. ..nl !!.. tlAEil.ll. U.. O
u4.u.uv, yvm, iniiiii , r,u.w.ii, jiuiiib, n,
P. cured, In tierces, 8a9c; do. smoked,
9al0c, as to average; sides, ribbed, In
salt, 4a4a.; do, do., Btnoked, 5a5n.;
shoulders, plckle-cured, 5V4a5p.; o. do,
smoked, 6a6o.: plcnlu hams, H. P. cured,
&aoo. ; ao. ao. smokea, UHatrc; Denies,
Inplcklc, according to average, loose, 6a
5c; breakfast bacon, 7a9c. for round and
Jobbing lots, as to-brand nd average;
lard, pure, city refined. In tierces, Cu5c,;
do. do. do.. In tubs, 5u6c; do: butchers',
loose, 4a4c; city tallow, in hogsheads,
3c; country do. 2a2o., as to quality,
ana canes, ac f ,
Buffalo Live Stock.
Buffalo, N. Y June I. Cattle Opened
slow for all but good handy dry fed butch
ers' 1 heavy export steers. $4.15a4.: rood
I to prima t4.25a4.30; light to medium fia
Everything la the Use of
Only the very best makers are repre
resented in our line
In Fine quality B1CYLE HOSE, all
5o Cents Pair.
Also a numberless variety in newest
combinations of colors at
$1, 1.50 and $2
Light-weight Jerseys in
Wool and Worsted, Plain
and with sailor collars,
in all solid colors, and
stripes, all at lowest
sPECim RSTEslfcyeiE cubs.
41s SPRUCE STKfcfcT.
aog LACKAWANNA AVE.
4.25; good fat light butchers'. 3.85a4; mixed
butchers', S3.49&3.75; old o good rat cows
I3a3.t; bulls, 12.90a3; good buti:liers', 3a
3.25; good Blockers, 3h3.2S; feeders, 13.35a
8.60; fresh cows and springers, lower, at
$17 to $40 per head. Veals-43.25a4; select
ed. $4.25a4.50. Hons Active and stronuer:
Yorkers, good to cholc-e. $3.603.G5; liKlit
and pigs, $3.65; mixed packers, $3.55a
a.57Wic; mouiums, $3.6.a3.57: heavy, $3.4&a
(.50; roughs, S2.90a3; stags. $2a2.25. Sheep
and lambs Very dull and lower; fair to
choice mixed sheep. $2.60a3.50: cul a and
common, la2.60; yearling lumbs, culls to
good, $2a4.50; few fancy, $4.70a4.80; spring
Iambi, good to choice, tl.50.i5.it); culls to
common, $2.50a4; mixed export sheep, $3.50a
Chicago Live Stock.
Union Stock Yards. 111., June 8. Cattl
neceipts, 17,000 head; market tlrm; com
mon to extra steers, $3.30a4.35; stoekers
ana teeaers. K.vuag.io; conn and bulls
$1.50aS; calves, $3.2Sa5.25; Texans, $2.10a
3,bu. HogsHecetpts, 36,000 head; mar
ket firm and 6c. higher, closing with the
advance lost; heavy packing and shipping
tun-, .vud.iv; common 10 cnoice mixei,
$3.15a3.46; choice asKortcd, $3.45a3.5.ri; light,
$3.30a3.60; pics. $2.60a3.60. Sheen llerelnts
16,000 head; market easy and 10c. lower:
Inferior to, choice, $2.25a4.40; lambs, $3.50a
uii fity. ra.. June 8. Otvt on o II waa
quoieu toaay at $1.13. Credit balances,
There will bo a Shakespearian recital
of "The Tam4n"g of the Shrew" by Han
nibal A. Williams, of Now York. Thurs
day evening at 8 o'clock, in St. Mark's
Parish House, corner of Blakelv and
rotter streets. This recital Is for the
benefit of the St. Agnes Guild which Is
considerably In debt for various fur
nishings In the chapel. Mr. Williams is
so widely known that no words of rec
ommendatlon are necessary. The
people of Dunmore should take ad
vantage of this rare opportunity of
hearing such a celebrated artist.
The commencement exercises of the
high school will be held In Washington,
(Manley's) hall Thursday evening, July
2, at 8 o'clock. Lawrence's orchestra
has been secured, and will render sev
eral selections. The exercises promise
to b unusually interesting from a liter
Monday afternoon a meeting of the
teachers' of the borough was held in the
high school building at which the clos
Ing exercises of all the schools were de
termined upon. On account of the late
ness of the date of closing, and the
crowded condition cf the various rooms
on those occasions, most of the schools
will dispense with the usual entertain
ments, and will hold picnics instead
Superintendent Houser made an address
referring to hiB new relations with the
teachers and appointed meetings to be
held for the. next two weeks with the
teachers of the different grades for the
purpose of outlining tho work for the
next year. ,
The school directors will make their
annual visit for the Inspection of all
school buildings Thursday, June 18. The
two retiring members, Messrs. Young
and Mongan, have been Invited to ac
oompany the present board that they
nwy see In what condition they left
the schools. Both have served on the
board about twenty-five years, and
leave an enviable record.
A social will be held In the Presbyter-
Ian church Thursday evening.
The Methodist F.plscopal church will
run an excursion to Lake Ariel Thurs
day, June 11.
M. H. Lavelle was elected treasurer
of the Ancient Order of Hibernians,
Board of Erin, at the Jessup convention
The Independent Social club wll con
duct a dance this evening at Taylor
W. J. Burke left yesterday for Wll
Ted Anderson and James Jones, of
Greenwood, were angling at Painter's
The New Lager.
Call for Casey & Kelly's extra fine
lager beer. He sure that you get It.
ine cest is none too good.
v . Ifto
V hat. Sarah Ctrnliorl jwy
308 LACKAWANNA AVENUE 308
HERE'S WHERE THE RECORD GOES TO PIECES
Reductions That Riaily Raduca, and No UttAa.
Ob ease Ha Batiste, new choice
style, big range of strlM, lOo.
value Only j 3.4c
One rase Assorted Persian Md
Linen tlToot. strictly fast eeUrs,
extra Talut 15o Only u i-ac
One ca 30-Inch Percales, assorted
coluringk, ktrlctly Iui o.lorn, y&
value Onlyj j-4C
One rase or Dimity Cords, new ef
fects, rholo colorings, fast colors,
ltm value Oaly is i-xc
In trying to beat tho record we make this effort:
Ladies' Trimmed Hats, well worth $3.00 to $4 00 Now $1.75
Ladies' Trimmed Hats and Bonnets, special at $4.00
to $6.00 Now $2.9S
Ttimmed Bailors, 25c, 39c, 6O0, 75c, $1.00 and $1.25;
this sale I9c, 25c, 39c. 48c. 73c and 98o
mm mm, hie u m fofm prices
U Essential to Good
The process of fil
tration is shown in
the cut, by perco
lation through a
stone from the up
per to the lower
Jar almjily by the
force of gravity,
which la nature's
own process of tit
tering. Our Altering disci
are a natural stone,
quarried from the
earth, which is of
such a nature that
It does not allow
the tilth It extracts
to enter its pores;
but retains all Im
purities upon its
they are removed
In cliMnlnsr. which
is as simple an operation as the cleansing
of an ordinary Jar or pall. Our tiller disc
can be cleaned in two minutes ready for
use, when it is the same as new.
Every part of our Filter is easily gotten
at for the purpose of cleansing.
Our Filter is all stone and there is noth
ing to ruat and corrode orbecome foul.
FOOTE I SHR CO,
i:9 WASHINGTON AVENUE.
THE MERCHANT TAILOR
Ha Movsd to His Nsw Quarters,
402 Lackawanna Avenue.
rntrance on side next to First National
Bank. He ha now in a
Comprising everything requisite for fla
Merchant Tailoring. And tbfc same can
bs shown to advantage in bis splen
dldly fitted up rooms.
A SPECIAL INVITATION
Is Extended to All Readers of Ths Trib
une to Call on "OLD RELIABLE" In Hi
New Buiinus Horn
Manufacturers of the Celebrated
IB III It
foo.ooo Barrels per Annum
1st Day. f
produces the above results In 30 days. It sett
powerfully and quickly. Ctirsa whon all others fall
VoiinameuwlUrussln tbeir lost msnliood. snd old
niou will reeofur tbrtr youtbtnl vnor by mini
BE VI VO. It quickly and surely nstores Nervous
nes, Loxt Vitality, Impotency, Nlgbtly Erolulosr,
tost Power, FalUn Memory, Wsstins Diseases, snd
sll effects of ttlt-sbuM or xcuis snd Indltcrstlon.
r. uieh unflts one fur study, bnxlaess or marrlsf. It
not only cures by Ktsrtins at tbs neat ot desse. but
is a groat nerve tonlo and blood builder, bring
ing back tuo pink glow to pale cheeks and r
storing tho Are ot youth, ft wsrda on nwnlty
nd Consumption. Insist on bavins RRVIVO.no
oiuer. ii rsn os earned in vest pocket. By null
1 .00 per packajts. or ill lor SS.OO. wit h a nosl
tlvo wrttton guarantee to core or refund
;ne money, circuiir rrse. Aadrtaa
For sal by MATTHEWS BROS., Druggist,
M dosea LanslrM Bbirt Waists,
new choice sattcros, fast colors,
sua value Oaly joe
14 dos LasW White Lawn Waist.
chute styles, special t1qs,T6o and
. Jl.U) Talu Only 50c and 75c
W dos Black flateen Waists, la all
Htv.M, strictly fsst colors. te
ala Oaly 49c
28dosn Linen Shirt Waists, with
whita edge, siiM S3 to 44, 11.00.
W.gn.r k..,. Lssssssand Msasgsr. ,
Commencing June 8.
70 - - PEOPLE - - 70
The Entire New Series of
Prices, 15c., 25c, 35c. and 50a
Matliwe 35c. All Parts of ths House.
MATINEES, Wednesday and Saturday
EDUCATED ITU PONIES
Exhibit Under Their Big Tents,
Corner Adams Avenue and
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday,
PRICES, Children, 10a; Adults, 20c
Wateh for a novel street parade
Monday 10 a- m.
A5KMTHE BKLET OH
FOR SALE BY THE
ATLANTIC REFINING CO
MOOSIC POWDER CO.,
ROOMS I AND 2, COM'LTH B'L'0G,
MINING AND BLASTING .
MADE AT MOOSIC AND RU8H
LAPLIN RAND POVi !R CO'f
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Eleotrle Batterlss, Klsctrlo Eiploaers, fer ex
ploding blasts, bafetjf ruse, snd
Eipioio Chemical Co. 's uoWm