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THE SCB ANTON TBIBUITBWEDNEHD AT XXOBNUTO. JULY 15. 1898.
WEST SIDE EVENTS. .
Attorney David J. Davis Elected Second
Lieutenant of Company F After an
Company P Is the seen of some hot
elections and the one last night was
up to the standard. Attorney David J.
Davis was elected over his opponent
Harry F. Corllng to the position of sec
ond lieutenant, made vacant by the pro
motion of Fred W. Mason. The vote
was 34 to 19. Corporal John P. Ed
wards nominated Davis and Corporal
Georg Dony brought forward CarlliiR's
name. Serjeant E. V. Thayer was
clerk and Corporals Edwards and Dony
marked the votes. There was much
Davis' election was an agreeable sur
prise to many, the Impression having
g;one out that the "recruits" were
against him. The new lieutenant Is
not only a good, whole-souled man, but
In military matters he Is very well
EXCURSION TO LAKE ARIEL..
St. Brenden council, Young Men's In
stitute, conducted a most enjoyable ex
cursion to Lake Ariel yesterday. Hun
dreds of people, most of whom were of
the younger element, availed them
selves of the opportunity that trood
management affords and passed the
day at the beautiful resort. It was
this good management which made the
affair such a decided success. The
main excursion train left the Erie and
Wyoming station at 8:45 o'clock. .A
train was previously run at 7:05. This
was for the accommodation of the com
mitteemen In charge. Many people
rode to the lake on ttw 1:15 "special"
and the 2:28 regular. At the lake the
ball ramus and dancing amused the
male and female-male dements respec
tively. The committee In ohsrpo con
' listed of Charles Canavan, Tatrlck
Duffy, Timothy McCoy, R. D. Jennings,
Thomas Hurst, James Cuslck, P. Mac
Manama, P. F. Calpln, Thomas Lar
kln, A. Nealon, John McCabe, P. Mul
laney, Thomas Flemlnc, Patrick Orady,
John Durkln, Thomas McOraw, Wil
liam Hocgerty, Mlohael Coleman,
Michael Culkln, H. D. Johnson, Thomas
MoAndrew, Thomas Welsh. M. P. Caw
ley, James Hart, William MoGuire,
James Burnett, F. McDonough and W.
Quits!!. The young men were assisted
In serving refreshments at the lake by
the following young ladles: Misses li.
Carroll. Lillian Gaffnty, Maggie Mur
phy, Kate McCoy, Mary Hart. Delta
Davis, Margaret Oilroy, Mary Brown.
Mary Brady, Nellie Qulnnan, Nellie
Coleman, Mame dlbnoy, Llaile Stanton,
Annie Burnett, Mary Flaherty and
Kate Canavan. The whole afiair was
under the rein of the committee on ar
rangements: T. F. Carrol!, chairman;
M. J. Fits Gibbons, general manager;
J. H. Brown, treasurer; J. J. Durkln,
HOME FROM WEDDING TOUR.
Mr. and Mi's. Phlllr Carllng hnv? re
turned from their wedding tour and are
now domiciled in a troll-furnished
home on lower Lafayette street. Their
marriage was a quiet one and Its on
nounoement has not heretofore been
made In the papers. Mr. Carllns la a
well known railroad man whose friends
are legion. His bride was Miss Badle
Duffy, a captivating young lady, whose
home Is at Paupac, near Hawley. The
wedding tour lasted several weeks. The
objective points were Niagara Falls
and New York city. On Monday even
ing a number of their West Side frlendB
enjoyed a few hours In a social way at
the new home.
WE WERE NOTICED.
All honor Is due to Hyde Park for Its
splendid representation In last night's
Republican parade. The West Side
Wheelmen made a strong showing; and
were given the right of way In the pa
rade. Captain Charles Bertlne was In
charge of his men. The two West Side
Republican clubs were also conspicu
ous. The league wore natty caps and
the colored lanterns of the Central club
made as pretty a picture as any seen.
MRS .JONES BURIED.
Fitting funeral services over the re
main of the late respected Mrs. Thomas
H. Jones were held yesterday from her
late home on Lafayette street. Rev. D.
P. Jones, of the Tabernacle CongreKa-
a in io i
EARLY all of the
worth from TWELVE TO EIGHTEEN
DOLLARS, we have marked down to
In order to clear by July 1st.
Such grades stylos-makes and mines we
never dreamed of offering. When we say we
sustain losses on many, and profit on none,
we appeal to the intelligence of our patrons,
and rely on our long record of reliable deal
ers to those who know us by reputation. Our
'corner show window display will give you a
good idea of these suits.
ot fb? Sdbdrbs.
tlonal church, and Rev. J. B. Sweet, of
the Simpson Methodist Episcopal
church officiated. The choir of the for
mer church, of which the deceased was
a member, sang special hymns. Many
beautiful floral tributes were banked
about the handsome casket. The flower
bearers were: John B. Jones and Wil
liam D. Reese; pall bearers: Reese D.
Reese, David B. Evans, Samuel
Rogers. Richard D. Thomas, and
Thomas D. Bevan. Interment was
made in Forest Hill cemetery.
DEATHS OF YESTERDAY.
Mrs. Sarah Pitchford an aged lady,
died yesterday afternoon at the home
of her daughter, Mrs. David J. Davis,
of 550 North Bromley avenue. The fun
eral will be Friday afternoon at 230
o'clock. Interment will be made In
Washburn street cemetery.
Annie, the 16-year-old child of Mrs.
Anne Hughes, of 1C06 Eynon street. died
yesterday. The loss of the child I
deeply feit by the many friends of the
family. The funeral will be Thursday
afternoon at 2.30 o'clock. Interment
will be made In Washburn street ceme
tery. TENT IS UP AGAIN.
The Adventtst tent between. Eynon
and Elm streets that was blown down
yesterday has been erected again and
services will be resumed Tuesday night.
Tlie tent was practically uninjured by
the storm the canvass being new and
strong. Those In charge have spared
no pains In making their tent more
comfortable and pleasant than it was
before the storm If possible. The series
of sermons on "The Mlllennum" and
"The Second Coming of Christ" will be
presented this week as previously an
nounced. All are welcome.
NEWS NOTES AND PERSONALS.
Wlnflsld Fellows and the MIsseB Nel
lie and Lois Fellows, of Tenth street,
are visiting at Lake Otsego, N. Y.
Mrs. Frank Mills, of North Rebecca
avenue, Is entertaining Mrs. G, Smith,
Mrs. Neathermay, of Penn Yan, is
visiting her son, Albert Kresge.of Brom
Enterprise lodge, No. 21. Loyal
Knights of America, has Installed the
following officers: Reese G. Griffiths,
worthy master; William Deacon,
worthy deputy master; Joseph Oliver,
reoordlng secretary; David M. Jones,
assistant recording secretary; Evan R.
Jonos, financial secretary; W. A. Phil
lips, treasurer; John T. James, chap
lain; David J. Jones, conductor; Lot
Ludwig, assistant conductor; Thomas
J. Jones, Inside tyler; W. A. Phillips,
representative to national grand lodge.
Keystone lodge will Install officers this
Tallle Evans has returned from a visit
Public installation of officers of Camp
333. Patriotic Order Sons of America,
will be made this evening In Mears' hall
District President David J. Davis has
Invited all Patriotic Order Sons of
America and Patriotic Order of True
America members to attend. An Inter
esting programme will be rendered.
The new base ball club will play this
afternoon on the central grounds. The
following are asked to report at 4
o'clock. Jones, Noakes, Tterney, Burns,
Thayer, Edwards, Jeremiah, Jamleson,
Decker, Owen and G. A. Williams.
West Side Business Directory.
FLORIST Cut flowers and funeral de
signs a specialty. Floral figures. usefal
as gifts, at 101 Bouth Main avenue. Har
riet J. Davis, florist.
PHOTOGRAPHER Cabinet Photos, sl.43
per dosen. They are lust lovely. Cos
vine yourxelf by calling at Burner's
Photo Parlors, 1U1 sad 101 Bouth Main
SECOND HAND FURNITURE Cash for
anything you have to sell. Furniture,
Stoves. Tools, etc. Call and see the
stock of J. C. King, 1024 and 1029 Jack
FIRE EXTINGUISHER EXPLODED.
It Slightly Injured the Wrist of Edwin
Edwin E. Everhart was attffiitljr In
jured while testing; a fire extinguisher
near the Mears building terlay
morning. The apparatus xpioded,
the water flying as high as the sixth
floor of the building.
Ever-hard, fortunately, wat not U'hu
Ing over the extinguisher. .Vis injiwy
was a. bruised wrist.
Men's SDrinz Suits
SOUTH SIDE NEWS.
Funeral of Albert Q. Armbrast Reflected
Estoera in Which Young Man Was
Held Boy Painfully lajured.
Respected by all who knew him. for
his manly qualities, there was an ap
propriate expression In testimony there
of In the large concourse that attended
the remains of Albert G. Armbruat to
the grave yesterday afternoon. The
residence of his parents, 324 Cedar ave
nue, was thronged long- before the de
parture of the funeral with relatives
friends, and acquaintances, and many
a sympathetic tear dropped on the cas
ket with the numerous wreaths of beau
tiful flowers bestowed as a last earthly
At 2 o'clock the procession started
for the German Methodist Episcopal
church at the corner of Adams avenue
and Vine street. Services were .there
commenced at 2.30 by the pastor. Rev.
Philip Haendlges. assisted by Rev. Mr.
Durbeck, pastor of Prospect avenue
German Methodist Episcopal church.
The worth of the deceased was suitably
referred to In the serman preached. In
terment was made In North Washing
ton avenue cemetery. The pall bearers
were: William Haendlges, Silas Wal
ter, Philip Haendlges, George Kaest
ner, August Gets and Philip Sehioeder.
The flower bearers were: Frank Shine,
Charles Glass, William Neuglung,
Jacob Grossman, Christian Vt'oehrle,
and Herman Ernst
The family wishes to thank all who
showed their sympathy and desires to
say that it Is appreciated.
A BOY INJURED.
Mathew Damal, of Willow street, a
boy employed at Ferdinand Hagun's
planing mill on Alder street, was pain
fully injured by falling from one of the
delivery wagons. He was driving along
Plttstcn avenue. One wheel was rub
bing aralnst a rail of the street car
tracks, and a sudden lurch of the wagon
dislodged him from the seat and down
he went at the horse's heels. The ani
mal stopped immediately, which saved
the boy's life, no doubt, but his head
was painfully bruised by the fall, and
he required the attention of Drs. Vv eh
lau and Gates.
SHORTER PARAGRAPHS OF NEWS.
Three places arc under consideration
to select a site for the picnic of 8t.
John's parish on Saturday, August 32.
They are Nay Aug park. Artesian Well
grove, and a grove near Connell Park.
Rev. J. A. Moffltt said that the picnic
will be held at the last named place
quite likely. In a week the commit
tees will be appointed and they will pro
ceed to make every arrangement that
will insure success.
Along Elm street mud puddles are
very numerous, pointing out the neces
sity of a sewer or pipe drain.
Frank Harper, seven years old, whose
parents live at 913 Plttston avenue, has
not showed up at home since 11 o'clock
Frank Green, a knight of the road,
was seriously affected by the heat yes
terday afternoon. He was riding on a
wagon owned by a huckster, named
Knappen, and on Oak street, when
Green was suddenly taken 111. He was
removed from the wagon and laid on
the sidewalk. A policeman was sent
for, but before he arrived. Green had
recovered sufficiently to walk to the
street car and ride to the central city.
A libel case between Mrs. Annie Wil
son, as prosecutrix, and Mrs. Susannah
Wilson, defendant, was tried before Al
derman Roberts last evening-. - Both
parties live on Ferdinand street. The
prosecution claimed that the defendant
called her a thief and circulated libel
ous stories about her. Through the
alderman's sound advice the case was
Mr. and Mrs James Brace and Wil
liam Brace, of William street, left yes
terday for Lake Wlnola, where they
will remain a week for recuperation.
Mrs. Jenkln Williams, of Marvlne
avenue, will sail today for Wales on
Patrick Gllgallon, of Stanton street,
who was slightly Injured at the Cayuga
breaker Monday, Is Improving.
Rev. John, Ellas, recently of Wales,
will preach this evening in the Welsh
Congregational church, on West Mar
Tonnaluka tribe of Improved Order
of Red Men, will go to Lake Artel to
day. The record, for the amount of ooel
hoisted In one day, at the Marvlne shaft
was broken yesterday. Six hundred
cars of coal were hoisted In seven
hour and a half.
Peter Blehle, of Fenner St Chappel's
store, has gone on his annual vacation.
The North End McKInley club was
well represented In last night's parade.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Stevens and
daughter Myrtle, of Ross avenue, left
yesterday to spend their summer vaca
tion on their farm in Clifford..
Mrs. WLllle Stevens, of Ross avenue,
Is visiting friends In Carbondale.
John Tamblyn, of Sanderson avenue,
has gone to Honesdale, where his wife
has been visiting relatives.
Harry Vandenburg and Miss Hattle
Brown, of Falls, spent the forepart of
the week with A. C. Learn, of Dela
Fred. Press Is spending a few days In
New York city.
Mrs. C. E. Foster, of Honesdale, Is the
guest of her mother, Mrs. Mason, of
Miss Emma Brundage.of Dickson ave
nue, who has been 111 for the past week.
Is again able to be out
John E. Roach will leave this week
for Canada, where he will spend a few
W. B. Clarke and son William, of Ca
pouse avenue, have Just returned from
a week's visit with relatives In New
Dr. C. W. Treverton Is entertaining
his sister, Mrs. Lathrope, and niece,
Mrs. Hawthorne, of Peckvllle.
Mum Lillian Bafford, of North Park,
la the guest of friends In Bradford
Tom Learn, of Delaware street, has
returned from a visit with relatives at
Mm, B. ' A. Woodmanaeee and son
George, of Capouse avenue, will leave
on Thursday for Thompson, where they
will spend a couple of weeks.
Miss Masy Davis Is entertaining her
friend, Miss Beers, of Honesdale.
Miss Harriet Lyman, of Boulder, Col.,
Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. C.
ffssyrtasrts, itf Haw York atrea
John Ackerman, of Brooklyn, N. T-.
is the guest of his uncle. J. W. PJnnelL
Frank Harper Is very seriously 111 at
his home on South Blakely street
Miss Annie Golden, of Chestnut
street. Is spending the summer month
at Lake Ariel.
A large number of bicyclists from
town were In the bicycle parade last
night In Scranton.
John Simpson has returned from a
Ashing trip through Wayne county.
Miss Ines Ivey, of Schumacher ave
nue, leaves today to spend ber vacation
at Mount Pocono.
The handsome residence of M. E
Veglard, of Monroe avenue, la rapidly
Miss Ltxzle Stewart Is spending her
vacation at Lake Ariel.
Miss Margaret Scholia, of San Fran
cisco, Is visiting her brother R. Scholia
on Swarta street.
Daniel Fitzgerald, of Scranton, waa
calling on friends In town today.
Thomas Parfrey has been promoted
to the position of driver boss at Gypsey
Druggist Ludwlc's horse, which cut
itself In the flank with a piece of
broken glass while rolling in a pasture,
Philip Hensley, of Brook street, has
completed all arrangements for his pool
match In Wilkes-Barre against J. B.
Alnsleys, more commonly known as the
"Cracker Jack." Both are crack play
ers and a great deal of enthusiasm has
been aroused as to the Issue. Games will
In probability take place net week, 300
points to be played for. Hensley haa
given Alnsley 2lf out of the 800. $100 a
side will be contested for.
RUSSIA STANDS FIRM,
Insists on Her Right to Punish Hebrews
Who Become American
Washington, D. C, July 14. The)
greater portion of the labors of Mr.
Breckenridge, minister to Russia dur
ing the past year, as revealed by the
published foreign relations of the
United States, seem to have followed
an Instruction from the state depart
ment to protest against the praetloe of
Russian consuls In the United StaMa ef
refusing passports to American citl
aens going to Russia if they happen s4
to be of the Jewish faith. At the aotfl
where the publication cloaea he waa ob
liged to bluntly Inform the Russian
government that the United State
could not acquiesce In the operatloa of
such foreign tribunals In the United
States. Mr. Breckenridgo's presenta
tion of hia case waa formally approved
by Secretary Olney. Another Import
ant subject considered waa the absolute
Insistence of the Russian government
upon Its right to punish any Russian
who falls into Its power after heoommaT
a clttsen of the United State or any
The correspondence between the two
governments on this subject waa so spir
ited aa to lead Minister Breckenridge
to complain to Secretary Olney that
Prince Lobanow'a note to him had been
lacking In courtesy. Aa the matter
stands at the end of the correspondence
so far published the Russian govern
ment rests firmly for IU right to punish
Russians who become United States)
citizens if they return to Russia.- Mean
while Mr. Breckenridge prudently sug
gests that proper warning be given to
Russians naturalised In the United
States to keep away from Russia.
SICK PERSONS ROBBED.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Moore Lose Their
Property in Hospital.
Philadelphia, July 14. One of the
most extensive robberies that haa oc
curred In thla city for a long time took
place yesterday afternoon at St. Jo
seph's hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Moore, of this city, are both patlenta In
the hospital. Mrs. Moore has been suf
fering from pneumonia and Mr. Moore
has but recently undergone an opera
tion for atone In the bladder. They had
separate rooms and in Mrs. Moore'a
room was a trunk containing th entire
fortune of the couple.
This consisted of about $28,000 In se
curities and notes. $6,000 in cash and $1,
600 In Jewelry. During the absence of
Mrs. Moore from her room yesterday
afternoon the trunk was forced open,
the notes, money and Jewelry taken.
William H. Thompson, a nurse at the
hospital, who has been In attendance to
the Moore s, has disappeared and Is sup
posed to be the man who did the rob
bery. Thompson came here recently
from New York and was a graduate
nurse of the Bellevue hospital of that
city. Most of the securities taken are
non-negotlatlble. The police of the city
are prosecuting an active search for
Thompson and his description has been
telegraphed far and wide.
GREAT SUNS COUNCIL.
Meeting of the Imperial Order of Red
Men at Harrishnrg.
Harrlsburg, Pa., July 14. The Great
Suns Council of the Degree of Poco
hontas, of Pennsylvania, Improved Or
der of Bed Men, assembled at the ar
mory of the city Grays this morning.
About 200 delegates were present
Mayor Patterson and H. L. Calder de
livered addresses of welcome.
There were reported seventy-five ac
tive councils and 6.544 members, a gen
eral Increase all over the atate.
English Capital for American Iavest-
Important to Americans seeking Eng
lish capital for new enterprises. A list
containing the namea and addresses of
860 successful promoters who have
placed over 100,000,000 sterling In for
eign Investments within the last six
years, and over 118,000,000 for the seven
months of 185. Price ft or $25, payable
by postal order to the London and Uni
versal Bureau of Investors, 20, Cheap
side, London, E. C. Subscribers will
be entitled, by arrangement with the
directors to receive either personal or
letters of Introduction to any of these
This list is first class In every re
spect, and every man or firm whose
name appears therein may be depend
ed upon. For placing the following It
will be found Invaluable Bonds or
Shares of Industrial, Commercial and
Financial Concerns, Mortgage loans,
Sale of Lands, Patents or Mines.
Directors SIR EDWARD C. ROSS,
HON. WALTER C. PEPY8,
. CAPT. ARTHUR STIFFS.
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MARKETS AND STOCKS
Wall Street Review.
New York. July 14. Stocks weak and
feveriah throughout the session. There
was considerable pressure to sail the
Industrials and certain of those stocks
sustained serious losses. The market
was adversely Influenced by talk of
heavy gold shipments and the furthe.
loss In the treasury of the gold reserve,
According to lorelgn houses the exports
of the metal on Thursday and Satur
day will be larger than generally ex
pected. The talk of a third presiden
tial ticket to be named by the sound
money Democrats who have refused to
accept the Chicago platform added to
the depression. Speculators were also
Impressed by the drop of 1 per cent, in
the new government fours and there I
discussion about the probable action of
the administration In case a new bond
issue was necessary. London houses
bought the international Issues at the
decline, but the foreign operations did
not check the downward tendency of
the market. The break in the Indus
trials was the chief topic of speculation.
Cotton Oil preferred, which sold at T14
yesterday, fell to 41. while Leather pre
ferred fell down from 65 to 60. The low
prices of lard makes It difficult for the
former company to sell Its products.
The slump In Leather was due to forced
liquidations, a block of the stock which
can be carried In loans having been
forced out. Sugar dropped from 1084
to 1MH on European advices of another
break In raws. In the railway lists the
corn carriers and anthracite coalers
were notably weak, declining H0 per
cent. Burlington and Qulncy and Jer
sey Central were especially vunerable,
In the specialties as Cleveland, Lorain
and Wheeling preferred 2 to 45. Lac
lede Gas 3 to 42. Illinois steel to 58H, Bay
State Gas 2 to 18, Minnesota Iron 2 to
69, and Wheeling and Lake Erie pre
ferred 2 $-8 to 304. Speculation closed
Irregular and in the main weak. Net
changes show losses of 14 to 6H per cent.
Total sales, 218,509 shares.
Furnished by WILLIAM L!$N At
LEN 4k CO., correspondents for A. V.
(.AJlPbEU., sleek broker, 411 Sprue
Op'n- High- Low- dol
ing, est, est In?.
Am. Tobacco oC .... 41 l 6Mi (OS
Am. Cot. Oil (Tt 8! S i
Am. Bug. Re'g Co ..109 10tU 106 I07
Atch., To. 8. Fe .. 18k 1H 1S4 13fc
Can. South 46H 45 i,
Ohee. Ohio 14 14 13'
Chioage Oas 57to 67 6d ,
Chlo. at If. W Hi M W 97
Colo., B. a Q 71 71 70 70
C. C. C. g. L .... tA 2814 17 27
CMC., Mil. St. P .. 74 74 73H 73'
Chlo., R. I. P 62 2V 60 H)
Delaware Hud ..U3H 12, 121H 12iT4
Dlst. at C. F ........ 11 13 11 13
Oen. Electrlo 25 25 24 24
Lake Shore 144 146 145 145
Louts. Nash 41 41 47 tt!,
at. X. Texas, Pr.. 21 21 20 20
Manhattan Gle 94 96 94 M
Mo. PaolflO 20 20 20 20
Nat. Cordage 4 4 4 4
Nat Lead 21 21 21 n
N. J. Central 100 ioo W t
N. t. central K 95 94 94
N.I.,L,14W .... 14 14 14 14
Nor. Paolflo 1 7 T 7
Ont. A West 13 18 11 18
Omaha 87 37 36 81
Paoiflo Hall 21 21 21 21
Phil. 4k Head 13 11 12 12
Southern R. R 8 8 8 (
towtaern R. R., Pr . 24 24 21 2X
Term., C. Iron .... 20 20 18 11
Tsxae Paclflo 7 6
Union aelPdo 1 6 t 6
Webaafe, Pr 16 15 16 16
West Union 81 81 81 81
W. L. 8 8 8 8
U. 8. Leather 6 6 I
U. S. Leather, Pr .. 65 65 GO 61
U. S. Rubber 14 16 16 1
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE PRICES.
, Op'n- High- Low- Clos
WHEAT. In, est. est. 1n.
September 55 66 65 6
December 57 68 67 68
September 15 16 15 1
December 17 .17 17 17
September 27 27 27 28
December 27 28 27 28
RtapXember 8.73 8.72 8.C7 2.73
December 8.90 3.90 3.85 3.87
(September 6.62 8.67 8.62 8.63
(January 7.46 7.62 7.45 7.60
Scraatoa Board of Trade Exchange
QaotatleasAII Quotation Baaed
aa Par of 100.
Name. Bid. Asked.
Dime Dep. Dia Bank 140
Scraatoa Lace Curtain Co 10
National Boring ft Drill' g Co
First National Bank 650 ...
Scranton Jar ft Stopper Co... ... 85
Elmhurst Boulevard Co 1W
Scranton Savings Bank 200 ...
Bonta Plate Glass Co 10
Scranton Car Replacer Co W)
Seranton Packing Co 85
Weston Mill Co 230
LacKawanna Iron ft Steel Co. ... 150
Third National ank 339
Throop Novelty M'f'g. Co 90
Scranton Traction Co 17 20 60
Scranton Glass Co loo
Scranton Pass. Railway, first
mortgage due 1918 110
People's Street Railway, first
mortgage due 1918 110
Scranton ft Plttston Trac. Co. ... 90
People's Street Railway, Sec
ond mortgage due 1920 110
Dickson Manufacturing Co 100
Tracks. Township School 5 102
City of Scranton St. Imp 6 ... 102
Borough of Wlnton 6 100
tit. Vernon Coal Co 85
Seranton Axle Works loo
Philadelphia Provision Market.
Philadelphia, July 14. Provisions were
iteady and In fair Jobbing demand. We
quote: City smoked beef, llallc.; .beef
ttarae, 816.40eJ4.IO for old and new, as to
averace; pork, family, 81110.60; hams, S.
a, cured, to tierces, 8al0c.; do. smoked.
t0aUc., aa to average; sides, ribbed. In
ait, 4c.; do. do. smoked, 6a5c; should
ers, plekle-cured, 6alc.; do. do. smoked,
6ac; Picnic hams, S. P. cured, 6a
c; do. do. smoked, (a7c; bellies. In
trickle, according to average, loose, 6a
.; breakfast bacon, 7a8c., as to brand
and average; lard, pure, city refined, in
tierces, 4a4e.'; do. do. do. in tubs, 4a
Sc.; do. butchers', loose, 3a4c; city tal
low. In hogsheads. Sc.; country do., 2a
2ic, as to uqality, and cakes, 8c.
Hew York Produce Market.
New York, July 14. Flour Unchanged,
dull, unsettled. Wheat Spot market
quiet, firmer; t. o. b., t2c; ungraded
red, 63aSc.; No. 1 northern, 66c. options
moderately active; firm at ,ao. ad
vance; i'llr, 81c; August, 61c; Septem
ber, 2c; October, 1 2c.; December,
. Con-Spots dull, firmer; No. 2 8Sc.
elevator; 84c afloat; options dull, firm,
fcac. advance; July 83c; September,
SS.; October, 84c. Oats-6pota dull,
firmer; options quiet and firmer; July,
21c.; August. 20c; Septenrber. 20c.;
pot prices. Mo. 2, &a21c.; No. 2 white.
2Sa8te. Beef Quiet and Arm, un
changed. Lard Quiet and final western
team, 84.06 asked; city, $8.34; Beptemffter,
$4.02; Kilned ualet; continent, 84-25; South
America, 84.46; compound, 4a4c. Pork
Steady, moderate demand; mess, $7.76aA.8S;
cmw mess, 84Jta8.Ti. BuMsr Faaoy
eteedy, moderate demand: atate daU7.
lOaUHc.; do. creamery, llal6c.; western
dairy, sallc.; do. creamery, llallc. ; do.
factory, 8aUc. ; Blglns, 16e.; imitation
proamary. Malic Cheese Quiet, rather
easy; atae large. Sasc.; do. small, 6a
7o-; part skuaa. 2a4c.; full skims, o.
sTUia film fail ilmisail slats sinl ruin
arytvanJa, ttaMe.; western fresh. Utile.;
Chicago Live Steak.
Union Stock Tarda. Juty M. -Cattle Re
ceipts, 8 loads; market weak; ceaassea
to extra steers. $8.3a4; stock era and feed
ers. $L16aJ.40; eowa and fc-uU $a.tau;
taaves. tant.40; Texana. gtaatv. Ifaga
Recetpts. IMS head; snarkef steady;
heavy packing and shipping lota, ILam
8.M; common to choice mixed. V-Ualai;
choice assorted, 83.90al.aO; llsht. U3ala6;
pigs. 32.90a3.56. Sheep Receipts, 12.4Q0
head: market steady: Inferior to choice,
32a2.t0; lambs, 83.60a6.40.
Buffalo Live Stock.
Buffalo, July 14.-Cattle Receipts. 300
head; on sale, 12 head; market steady; c.J
fat cows. 12.252.50; fresh cows. 3?Sa38 per
head; no va!i here. Hogs Rects, 1.920
head; on sale, 800 head; market steady;
Yorkers, good to choice. 33.T5a3.10; mixed
packers. 8S.65a3.70; mediums. $t&)3.5;
heavy quotable at 83.40a3.45: no pigs here;
roujrht, S-'lailO; stags, $2aZ.5C. Sheep and
Lanvbs Receipts. 4U0 head: on sale, 400
head; market firm; few good sheep, $3.75
4; ewes. 83.10a3.50: culls. 82.60a3: fair to
choice lambs cuotable at 83.25c6; extra,
Oil City, July 14 Option oil waa quoted
today at 110; credit balances. 11a
WILL BE FUTt RE CURIOSITIES.
Prom the Times-Herald.
The financial !lank of the Chicago con.
ventlon vlll go Into history aa curious, an
achronistic and depressing. The major
ity plank, with Its accompaniments of no
freedom of private contract, the prohibi
tion of Issvance of bonds to maintain the
national credit, the demand for extinction
of national bank currency and Indefinite
prolongation of thi endless chain by
which the notes of the government, unlike
the notes of the private cltlsen, shall be
redeemed Indefinitely, and indefinitely keot
In circulation. Is an adequate scheme for
the destruction of American credit at home
and abroad, the robbery of American
thrift of half of every dollar it has save.l,
the degradation of American labor to the
plane of labor In silver standard countries,
and the utter sacrifice of the monetary
Institutions, the Industry and the skill
the country to silver mine owners and
Made and Sold in Six Months, ending (larch 1, 1896,'
Total Product of .
am. KB? an
The A MU1 Alone produced 1,000,000 Barrels,' :.
Largest Run on Record. 'V 1
Washburn, Croaby'a Superlative la sold everywhere from th
Pacific Coast to 9t. Job n't. New Fouadland, and In England, Ikrvlaad
and Scotland very largely, and la recognised aa the beat flour 4a the
SQUARE EDGED I
SQUARE BUTTED UOER,
SQUARE BUNCHED 4-FOOT LATH.
RICHARDS LUMBER CO.,
02 CODlROilWEALTH BUILDING. 'PHD NE 421
IROM AND STEEL
Bolts, Nuts, Bolt Ends, Ttuubuckles, Washers, Kir
ets, Horse Neils, Files, Taps, Dies, Tools- and Sttp
plies. Sail Duck for mine use in stock.
SOFT STEEL HORSE SHOES
and a full stock of Wagon Makers' Supplies, Wheel,
' Hnbs, Rims, Spokes, Sbafts, Poles, Bows, etc.
THIRD NATIONAL BANK
Capital. - - $200,000
Surplus. - - 300,000
Undivided Profits, 64,000
Special attention given to Business and Personal
Accounts. ' '
3 Interest Paid on Interest Deposits.
Uw pane r.fi ahesia
Tser are ansast, sale as4 esrtaia
Par aala by JOHN H. PHKLPSV
Spraoa Otoaafr Bora otaa. Pa.
for prudent-minded men to wear "Cel
luloid " Collars and Cufts. They are
waterproof, and besidea saving laundry
bills and bother, they are comfortable
to wear, never chafing the neck and
never wrinkling. They can be in
stantly cleaned with a wet cloth or
sponge. The original interlined col
lars and cuffs with a "Celluloid" aur
faoa. Everyone is marked like thia
Imitated of couroe, but you want tbcaenutae
and your money'e worth. Inilit upon goods
marked wltoebuvetrerie mark. At the SarntoO
r or direct from ua. CulluraSDcta.;C'uflts40oak
pair. Dial luge paid. Bute else anil etylc.
THE CELLULOID COM PAN ,
V New York,
w -a w ea e iur tune
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basses. Ufa was I taer b a, sl
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