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inTE 6CBANTON TBIBUNE MONDAY 2IOBXINC. JULY 20. 189B.
WEST SIDE EVENTS.
Cabmao Harris and Hotelkeeper Waroke
Attempt to Settle the Silver Ques
lion Before Alderman John.
H. W. Harris, the well known cab
driver and baggage guardian, and Fred
Warnke, the hotel keeiwr, became
tangled un with the law on Saturday
evening. Alderman John tried the
rase. Mr. Warnke accused Har
ris of going behind the bar and after
attacking the till made off with $12.
Harris heard the accusation and
was so Jealous of his honor
that he caused Warnke's airest
The latter was held in $200 bail.
Then Warnke made a counter charge
which sustained his previous declara
tion. Now It was Harris who was held
under $200 bull.
DEATHS AND FUNERALS.
The funeral of the late Michael Me
Nalley. of Jackson street, took place
Saturday morning. Services were held
at St, Patrick's church. Rev. Father
Dunne was celebrant of the high mass
i'f requiem. The deacon and sub-deacon
were Father Fricker and Father Dunne.
The funeral cortege was a large one and
the flowery were beautiful. Those who
acted as pall bearers are: Martin
Tlgue. Anthony Tlgue. Michael Cawley,
Thomas Lally. Patrick Lavelle. Edmund
Cuslek. Interment wus made In Hyde
Park Catholic cemetery.
C. E. Lewis died Saturday at the
residence of his daughter, Mrs George
Randall, of "Price street. The Illness
was of but short duration. Deceased
was born In Wales but has lived In
Scran ton since he first settled In Ainer
k'U. He was Dt years of age. Mis. Ran
dall is the only surviving child. The
funeral will be held Tuesday afternoon
at 2 o'clock. Interment will be made
In Washburn street cemetery.
William Durkln, one of the oldtst resi
dents of the West Side and a much re
spected man died yesterday at his home
on Scranton street. Deceased has
many friends .and the regret nt his
death Is general. The funeial will be
held tomorrow morning at o'clock. A
high mass of requiem will be celebrated
at St. Patrick's church and interment
will be made In Hyde Park Catholic
UNDER THE FENDER
Mrs. Griffin, of Penn avenue, was rid
ing a bicycle down South Main avenue
on Saturday evening and when near the
Welsh Catvlnistic Methodist church she
took the path in the centre of the street
cur track. A Taylor car came along
close upon the bicyclist. The motor
man 'sounded the bell, but Mrs. Griffin
fulled to hear the alarm until the car
was upon her. She tried to wheel out of
the track, but In the excitement of the
moment her nerves forsook her and she
fell. The fender struck and Jammed the
woman unuY-r, but the motorman was
quick and before the wheels had done
their work the car was stopped. Mrs.
Grl.Tn wus picked from beneath the
fender. She was uninjured, but the bi
cycle was smashed, on the same car
Mrs. Grltl! n was tuken to her home. She
blames no one.
THIEVES AT AJJSLEY'3.
Robbers are around. Last week their
petty thefts were reported from the
West Side; at Kresky and Bunnell's
dry goods store, at Doyle's hardware
store, and ut a house In Keiser Valley.
The ofllce of Joseph Ansley & Sons', on
Scranton street, was entered some time
mi Huturilnv riltrl.t nn,l from ItiMre ivnta
taken $5 In money, ,$7 In stamps, an
otflce revolver, a number of lead pencils
and several rubber stamps. The burg
lars also trio t the safe, which hud nut
beeen locked. In trying to open it the
robbers locked It by turning the combi
nation. No clue has been found. Some
one entered the house of Andrew C.
Mitchell, of H1U Washburn street, last
Friday night and Mr. Mitchell claims
that $25 was tuken. Nothing else was
SMASHED IN THE WINDOWS.
William Conner kept Hampton street
busy yesterday. Conners was drunk;
he knew It, yet he wanted more beer
and to get the beer he wanted money
from the fumily treasurer, his wife. She
refused, whereupon Conners smashed
all the windows of the house. Twice
was Officer Tom Jones called down to
i in io i
EARLY aA of the Men's Spring Suits
worth from TWELVE TO EIGHTEEN
DOLLARS, we have marked down to
In order to clear by July 1st.
Such grades styles makes and values 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.
Square Dealing Clothiers, Hatters Furnishar&
oi fb? Stibtirbs.
the house, but Conners seemed to dis
appear each time, coming opt again
when the blue coat hud vanished. He
Is still at large.
BUBBLING FOR THE TICKET.
Fifty members were enrolled on Sat
urday evening at the organization of a
new McKlnley-Hobart club In the Fifth
ward. The meeting was held at 1144
Luzerne street. David Sanford was
elected president; George H. Fellows,
secretary. There was much enthusi
asm and the club has a great field to
work on. The next meeting will be
held this evening.
PERSONAL AND NEWS NOTES.
Mrs. M. F. Renshaw and daughter
Madge, of Newark. N. J., are visiting
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Renshaw, of North
Mrs. Gothard, of South Main avenue,
has returned from a several months'
visit to friends at Easton and vicinity.
Fred, and Ed. Clarke and Ed. Jones
have returned from a stay at Preston
William Morse, of Jackson street. Is
at Lake WInola.
Miss Grace Fields, of Jackson street,
is visiting at Plains.
R. Cleveland, of Baltimore, Is visiting
his brother. O. S. Cleveland, of Rock
T. J. Reynolds, of Hampton street,
leaves today on a business trip through
New Jersey and New York states.
The motor box on the Luzerne street
car burned out Saturday evening and
the flames scorched the surrounding
wood work. The motorman extinguish
ed the fire.
Miss Mary Mason, of South Main ave
nue. Is summering In the country.
Misses Mary Williams. Ethel Jones
and Helen Jones are visiting at Fleet
Vllle. L. B. Wutson, of Ashley, will speuk on
"Rebel Prison Life" at the Simpson
Methodist Episcopal church next Thurs
day evening. No admission will be
That trio who so disturbed the peace
of the community on Friday night were
brought before Alderman Blair Satur
day. John Mitchell, the riotous Pole,
was heavily fined; the two Montgom
erys were loosened with a lecture.
Mr. unci Mrs. Lewis Davis are at Long
John Owtn. of Oak street, Taylor, son
of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Owen, was given
a surprise party on Saturday evening.
The guests were mostly TayluV Wends
of the young man. Miss Jessie Owen
and Amelia Caswell assisted in the
serving of refreshments.
Gordon Noakes and Tom Blair rode a
tandem to Wilkes-Ham Saturday.
Thomas W. Davis, of Eynon street,
and his son, David J. Davis, the well
known leader In patriotic society cir
cles, experienced an exciting time in a
runaway Saturday evening while they
were driving through the Providence
section of the city. The gentlemen were
returning from Lake WInola, where
they had purchased a cottage. The
stampede of the horse threw both to the
ground. Mr. Duvls, sr., was badly
shaken up. His leg is hurt.
Mrs. Eliza Salsbury died yesterday
at her home, 432 North Rebecca ave
nue. Her uge was sixty-four years.
The funeivl will be today. Interment
will be made at Great Uend.
An Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Grif
fith Williams, of 322 North Hyde Park
avenue, died yesterday and will be
burled today. The funeral will be pri
vate. West Side Business Directory.
FLORI9T Cut flowers and funeral de
signs a specialty. Floral figures, useful
as gifts at 101 South Main avenue. Har
riet J. Davis, florist.
PHOTOGRAPHER Cabinet Photos. IIO
per dozen. They are lust lovely. Con
vine yourself by railing at 8tarner's
Photo Parlors, 101 and 103 South Mala
SECOND HAND FURNITURE Cash for
anything you have to sell. Furniture,
etovei, Tools, sto. Call and see th
stock of J. C. King, 1024 and 102 Jack
All NOOK A.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ootten, of Carbon
dale, visited friends in Minooka Sun
day. James Powell spent Sunday at Lake
Suturday evening was very lively. It
being pay day ut the different colleilos.
The game between the locals and the
Young Men's Institute team in the
morning was a one-sided affair, us the
localH outplayed their opponents at bat
and In field work. The former won by
a score of 14 to 2.
SOUTH SIDE NEWS.
At the meeting of Columbus Council,
Young Men's Institute yesterday after
noon specially called to take action on
subscribing money to aid the Plttston
sufferers, It was decided that each mem
ber shall give as much as he feels In
clined and the' amount will be turned
over to Rev. J.- A. Moffltt acting pastor
of St. John's church. Thera will be a
collection taken ur In the parish next
Sunday. Collections will be taken up
next Sunday In St. Joseph's church, Ml
nooka and St. Mary's German church.
Joseph, the 2-year-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. Theodore Olesnovlch, of Cedar
avenue, opposite the Neptune Engine
nouse. fell from- a second story window
to the ground Saturday. The child's
mother saw him land In the yard and
she was almost prostrated with fright.
The youth was not hurt at all. and
wasn't even crying after his high
The funsral of Marguerite, the Infant
daughter of Prof, and Mrs. John R.
O'Malley, of Blrney avenue, was held
Saturday afternoon. Interment was
made in Minooka cemetery.
The funeral of the infant daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. James Moore, of Ce
dar avenue, was held yesterday after
noon. Interment was made in Hyde
The funeral of William Carlin will be
held at 8.S0 o'clock this morning from
the residence of John McGinnis, 921
Beech street. A high mass of requiem
will be celebrated In St. Peter's cathed
ral and Interment will be made in Hyde
Mr. and Mrs. Fetdlnand Flesch, of
Birch street, celebrated their silver
wedding Saturday and received con
gratulations of .friends, whose earnest
wishes are that the couple may enjoy
gcud health and happiness until the
golden wedding Is celebrated and for
Patrolman Victor Sartor was 43 years
old Su'.urday and a putty was given
at his home In honor of the event.
Andrew J. Best, of Hotel Best, Cedar
avenue. Is back from hls vacutlon In
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Spruks are home
from Atlantic City.
Barber P. F. Flaherty, . of Vlttstan
avenue, and Cheriy street, has pur
chased three handsome Archer re
volving chairs and dressers from Alex
Slfcoskle, of Wyoming avenue. Mr.
Flaherty will open up his new shop In
The safe belonging to the late Pat
rick Corcoran, of Cedar avenue, has
been opened and It contained $419, his
geld watch, and the certificate of mar
riage with Mrs. Corcoran, the second
Theodore Zelgler spent last week at
Lake WInola. being the guest of Miss
Clarence Teel. of Plttston, Is visiting
Andrew Becklaw, of Pine street.
Miss Cnrrle lvts, of Miidlsouvllle, is
the guest of Thomas Brink, of South
Mrs. Henry Stewart Is huvlng her
bountiful residence on Mead street en
tirely remodeled and painted.
Mis. J. R. Hobday gave a lawn party
In honor of her two nieces, the Misses
Mulvlva and Henu Donaldson, of New
York city, Saturday ufternoon. A very
pleasant and enjoyuble time was had
Miss Lizzie Wade, of Delaware street,
has returned from a visit with Lake WI
Mrs. William Brecklndorf returned to
her home in ESrooklyn. N. Y afttr a
few mouths visiting with relatives In
Hubert Younr, Robert and George
Plnkney returned from a fishing excur
sion In Wuyne county Suturday with
a splendid mess of llsh.
J. B. Hobday the well known butcher,
of Brook street, has purchased the lot
on Apple street, formerly owned by
The funeral of Mrs. Henry Parfrey,
of Brook street, took place Saturday
afternoon ut l.'M from the Methodist
Episcopal church. Interment was made
In the Dunmore cemetery and was
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Pike, of New
York, are visiting friends In town.
Miss Margaret f'urtln, who has been
visiting ivlutlveu In town hus returned
to her home In Wllllamsport. Pa.
Messrs. Manley and Cooney wish to
thank the people of Dunmora, for the
very noble manner In which they re
sponded to the call for aid to relieve the
suffering of those who were bereaved
at the Plttston mine disusterThe en
tertainment last Thursday Irfwashlng-
tun Hall netted thesum of $73.
A etrange Intermingling of sorrow and
pleasure, occurred Saturday morning
and which formed a queer coincidence.
The excursion train from Curbondale to
Luke Ariel, with Its carloads of gay
find Joyous pleasure seekers, was
trouirht to a standstill at Bunker Hill,
to put on board the corpse of Mrs. E.
Randolph, which was taken to Hawlev
for burial. The uffatr however, was not
known but by comparatively very few
of the passengers.
Sam Llngford of Sibley, was the guest
of Mr. and Mrs P. Plnkney, of Blume
Miss Ella O'Hara has returned to New
York, after spending the Inst two weeks
with relatives In town.
Joseph Bees, of the North End, spent
yesterday with friends In town.
A crood deal of of rowdyism has oc
curerd In our streets for the last few
days a symbol that a pay day at some
of our collieries has occurred. These
events are by no means a rarety but
a general expectation. If the arrests
were more frequent and an example
made of a few of these disturbers of
the public peace and morality, no doubt
It might help toward the clealnng out
of degredatlon and disgrace.
Mrs. Wlllram Gesner. a well-known
resident of Green Itldge, died at 5
o'clock yesterday at her home on Mon
gey avenue, after an Illness of a few
days. In her circle of friends the de
ceased was highly respected. She is
survived by her husband and daughter,
Miss Amanda Tamblyn, of Sanderson
avenue, who has been spending a month
with relatives at Beech Lake, has re
Miss Mary Jayne Is the guest of her
brother, B. T. Jayne, of Green Ridge
Mrs. Tallie Morgan, of New York,
spent part of last week with Dr. C. W.
Treverton and family, of Sanderson
The funeral of Flossie, the two-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George
Snyder, took place yesterday afternoon
at their home on Penn avenue. Ser
vices were conducted by the Rev. A. F.
Chaffee. Appropriate selections were
sung by the quartette. Interment was
made at Forest Hill cemetery.
Rev. G. L. Alrlch will conduct the
regular Bible study this evening nt 8
o'clock lu the W. C. T. U. rooms on Penn
avenue. All are cordially invited to at
tend. The Asbury Methodist Episcopal
Sunday school will hold a picnic at Nay
Aug Falls next Thursday.
Mrs. Ernest Parker, of Capouse ave
nue, Is the guest of friends at Lily Lake.
THEY GOT IN THE HALL.
Serious Trouble Narrowly Averted at
the Polish Catholic Parochial Hall
oo the South Side.
For several weeks the relations be
tween Rev. Richard A. Aust, pastor of
St. Mary's Polish church, of the South
Side, and a large contingent of his con
gregation have been strained; and the
trouble came very near culminating
seriously yesterday afternoon.
Between four and five hundred men
of the parish assembled at the church
and demanded the keys of the school
house so that they might go Inside and
hold a meeting. The object of the
meeting was to appoint a Bet of officers
and a committee to manage the finan
cial business of the church and to re
lieve Father Aust of that responsibility,
on the score that he does not devote the
money to the uses they think he ought
Olllcer Stephen Dyer was mounted on
horseback and Lieutenant Peter Zang
had a squad under him comprising Pa
trolmen Peter Hnggerty, Martin Fla
herty and Victor Sartor. They held the
crowd at bay and refused to let them
enter upon the premises.
Some one threatened that unless
Father Aust produced the keys of the
school house and let them in to hold a
meeting, they would make short work
of the doors with an ax. Officer Dyer
went to the priest and explained to him
the feeling of the people; he came back
with the concession that they might
come Inside the church yard and there
hold their meeting. This was not satis
factory and Officer Dyer went buck and
ho Informed the priest.
Ofilcer Dyer was told once for all to
go In and Invite Father Aust to come
out and preside over the meeting and
bring the keys of the school house with
him. If he wished to act as president
of the meeting they were unanimously
In favor of his so doing, but If not he
could suit himself and stay In th. house.
But the keys of the school house they
This Intelligence resulted in the
priest's giving them the keys, but he
declined the invitation to meet with
They filed Into the hall and the police
took their departure. Joseph Nytch
wus chosen chairman und Leon Kof
chuskl, secretary. The trouble was ills'
cussed and after deliberating for over
nn hour they selected Martin Rabega
treasurer, and the following as an ex
ecutlve committee, Martin Woyshner,
John Pikulskl, Stanley Ruinovlch, Lad
Islaw Suiter, Albert Dura and Jacob
The committee will begin next Sun
day to collect all monies that have here
tofore been paid to the priest. He will
get a salary, and ull the expenses of the
church, parochial residence, school, and
convent will be paid by the committee.
A committee consisting of John Glvub
ski, Bartley Kuchlerska, Joseph Nytch
John Nuvrockl, and Leon Olchefskl
waited upon Right Kev. Bishop O'Hara
last night and complulned of the pres
eiice of the policemen. They also told
him of the action that had been taken
and said they proposed to relieve Father
Aust of the financial control of the
Father Aust will be asked today to
deliver up the books, and If he refuses,
the committee will buy a new set of
books und proieed without him.
AID OF COURTS INVOKED.
Two Preliminary Injunctions Granted
by Judge Gunster Water and Trol
ley Companies the Defendants.
An equity suit was begun in court
Suturduy ugalnst the borough of Jer
myn praying for an injunction to re
strain the council from Issuing bonds
with which to pay for the proposed new
water works. The plaintiffs ure: The
Delaware and Hudson Canal and Kali
road company, the Northern Coal and
Iron company, the Mooslc Powder com-
puny, John Jermyn, Simon Phillips.
Gomer S. Davis. A. Curey, B. Cury. O.
C. Gelhart, A. F. Gelbart. George Mc
Laughlin, John McCloskey, James
Scutt, Patrick Loilghney, John Loll nil -ney,
M. J. Shield. Micliuel Muldoon,
John McCloskey, Jr., anil Patrick Fee
On March 24 last the question of In
creasing the indebtedness of the bor
ough J1U.00O to provide a water supply
which would be owned and controlled
by the taxpayers, was voted upon at a
special election and It was carried by
a large majority. The borough is at
present and for several years lias been
supplied by the Jermyn & Rushbrook
It Is alleged In the bill by the plain
tiffs that the election was void nnd Ille
gal, because It was an attempt illegally
to Increase the debt of the borough,
which amount according to the sworn
statement of the burgess exceeeds five
per cent, of the assessed Valuation
which Is $271,140. And the constitu
tional limit of the Indebtedness Is $18.
979.80. There is an existing indebted
ness of $2,200, so that for any and all
purposes no more than $10,779.80 could
be levied. Yet it Is proposed to levy
$10,000 for the water Improvement alone,
thus leaving only $779.80 available for
all other borough purposes. The bill
also complains that the water works is
not a necessity, that a company sup
plies the people now satisfactorily. The
supply which the borough would fur
nish Is expected to come from an arte
sian well, now being sunk.
Before Judge Gunster In chambers on
July 12, at 9 a. in., the hearing will take
place. Jessups & Hand are attorneys
for the plaintiff, and Attorneys I. H.
Burns and A. J. Colborn, jr., represent
Judge Gunster granted a preliminary
Injunction restraining the Mt. Vernon
Electric Street Railway company from
laying tracks on the back road of the
borough of Wlnton. The argument
will be heard in chambers on July 22, at
1.S0 p. m. On May 1, 1393, the borough
council gave the defendant permission
to lay tracks on certain streets, pro
vided that the railway should be com
pleted In one year and In running or
der In three years. The company did
not comply with this obligation and the
franchise reverted to the borough. War
ren & Knapp and O'Brien & Kclley rep
resent the plaintiff.
Plllsbury Flour mills have a capac
ity of 17,500 barrels a day.
MARKETS AND STOCKS
Wall Street Review.
New York, July IS. The traders had
the market well In hand today, but the
volume of business again showed a fall
ing oir. the sales fooling up only 90.4'Jl
shares. As on the pievlous day of the
week, support was lacking and the dry
ing for commission action was ex
tremely little. The brokers of a leadilitt
bar were most coiisdIcuouh sellers.
London bought Louisville and Nashvlll
and found no dltllculty in filling order",
the supply tin J demand being largely li;
this stock. The opening was firm o;.
higher London cablis but subsequently
when Sugar dropped a point, the whole
list gave way. Sugars abroad weak ness
was the result of a sharp break In
iuwb abroad, thev having fallen 1 i!-r,4.
1 1-16 In canes. The slump In Sugar led
to a general attack in the railway list,
and prices dropped from 1 to 7 per cent.
Rumors were alloat cf heavy gold ship
ments hext week, some estimates pine
ink the total us high as SI.000.OCO.
Missouri Pacific, the Clangers, Ten
nessee Coal, Tobacco nnd Chicago Gas
scored their heaviest losses. In the
specialties Bay State Gas dropped 2'i to
14a. and Brooklyn Union Gas :: to SX
Speculation closed weak In tone. Net
changes showing losses of U at per
cent. The new stocks of the American
Spirit company, the succorcr of tlu old
Distilling and Cattle Feeding Company,
which were listed at the board yester
day were quoted at six for the common
and 20525 for the preferred. Total
sales were 92.415 shares, Including
21.000 Sugar and 19.400 St. Paul.
Furnished by WILLIAM LINN, AT.
LEN & CO., correspondents for A. P.
CAMPUELL, slock broker, 413 Sprue
Op'n- High- Low- Clos
ing, est. est In ir.
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Am. Suit, l'.e'g Co ,.1U4S 104'si lU'J'i in'.'
Atch., To. & S. Fe .. 12? 12' IV H
Ches. & Ohio K' 13, U 11
Clileugo Gas it's 64s f3 .'.3
Chic. & N. W !.1'. !C'4 KP M?i
Chic, If. & Q Ji 7i li' '
C. C. C. & St. L 23' a StV -I SI
Chic., .Mil. & St. P.. 7-" 71i 71 '
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Chic, It. 1. & I' .... f,7- "
Dist. & 0. F 11 11 1K W:i
Gen. Kk-ctrk! 22' i 22'i 2 --'j
Lake Shore 140 llu VH j 13S'-..
Louis. : Nash 4''. 47 ll 4li',
M. K. & Texas, I'r .. 1'J lH'i ls lv'
ilanhattuii Fie 9li fl'i 94
Mo. Paclllc IS's is'j 17
Nat. Cordage 4 4 4 4
Nat. Lead Vi VJ lii'ii WJ
N. J. Central 92 ft! 91?
N. Y. Central 9:1 Hi M 9-
N. Y., L. K. & W.... ):! 13; 13:,i W7
N. Y., 8. & W., Pr .. 18' IS' 11 IS
Nor. Pa. lnc, Pr 14 11 11 14
Ont. & West H'i N's 13 13
Omaha U4?, I14", 34Ti il74
Pacttlc Mali 2W 2') 'M '0
Phil. & Head 12i 12! UH 11
Southern R. R ? 7'i "U "
Southern It. K., Pr.. 17' 174, I;.', IV,
Union Paclllc (i'j 6t ,"j li
Wabash, Pr 14i 14', 14'i 14-j
Western Union 7!'j 7s'j ' 7'j
V. L s't i- ti'i S'a
U. S Leather II' i ' li1 f.:'s
U. S. Leather, Pr .. 49'i 49 49', 40',j
CHICAGO BOARD OK TRADK PRICK.-.
WHEAT. Open.- Hlf;h- Low- Clos
ing, est. est. IllB.
September O'r'a X"" iW'i Eu
December '! ":'' J9
September 17:1 17" 17' 17'
September 27'i 27 27
December 2S 2S 2T'i 27M:
September X.12 3.r.2 a. SO a. 32
December 2.!'2 3 92 3.!'U ?,.'J2
September CAD (J.43 6.3S 0.i2
Scranton Board of Trade Exchange
Quotutiuii-AI (uotuliou Bused
OD Parol' 100.
Name. Bid. AskJ.
Dime Dep. & Die. Bank DO
Scranton lace Curtain Co 50
Natiouul Boring & Drill's Co
First National Bank U30
Scranton Jar & Stopper Co 21
Elmhurat Boulevard Co 10J
Scranton Savings Bank 20i)
Donta Piute Glass Co u
Scranton Car Replaeer Co 100
Scrinton Packing Co 95
Weston Mill Co 2r,'
LacKawanna Iron & Steel Co. ... 130
Third National Bank 330
Throop Novelty M'f'g. Co 90
Scranton Traction Co 17 20 30
Scranton Class Co. ., loo
Scranton Pass. Railway, first
mortgage doe 191S 110
People's Street Railway, first
mortgage due 1918 110
Scranton & Plttston True. Co. ... 90
People's Street Railway, Sec
ond mortgage due 1920 no
Dickson Manufacturing Co lot
Lacka. Township School 51. nt!
City of Scranton St. Imp 6 ... PJ2
Borough of Wlnton C loo
Mt. Vernon Coal Co 83
Scranton Axle Works luo
Philadelphia Provision Mnrket.
Philadelphia, July 18. Provisions were
steady ami In fair Jobbing demaml. We
quote: City smoked beef, 11al2c; bef
hams, $15.50u1C50 for old ami new, us to
average; pork, family, $IUal0.3U; hams, S4.
P. cured. In tierces, KlialOc. : do. smoked.
lO'JalUic as to average; sides, rlbheil, in
salt, 4'irc; do. do. smoked, iia3'c.; should
ers, pickle-cured, f'11a.v1,c: do. do. smoked,
ti'ia'i'ic; picnic hamn. 8. P. cured, Di..ui;i,c;
do. do. smoked, Ir'a7c. ; bellies In plcV.le,
according to avrago, loose. ,!ia.V.!c; break
fast bacon, 7'ia8c., as to brand and aver
age: lard, pure, clty -retlned, lu tierces, 41.,
u4::ic; do. do. do. In tubs, V'4u'to. ; do.
butchers', lorjje. 3",a4c ; city tulluw. In
hogshead?, 3c; country do., 2!ja2?c :.s
to quality, and cakes, .IKic
New York Produce Market.
New York, July 18. Flour Dull, un
changed. Wheat Spot market dull, 'i".
lower, steady; No. 2 red f. o. b., U3c. ; No.
3 red, 6ae.; ungraded red, 3iiaJtic.; options
were . moderately active nnd Irregular,
(dosed steady at 'c. decline on low'r
western market, foreign selling and local
realizing: September and December only
traded In; July '12c; AuRUHt, tiJ'jc: S.-r-tember,
62V'.; October, ti3:,ic; December,
1$ tl)i$ wftataiteyou?
Have you a feel
ing of weight in
the Stomach )
ri r I f H V Vi' eating Belch-
B CjJ(C Vomitlnjjof Food i
Heartburn Bad Taste in the Mouth ,
io tue Mominit Palpitation of the
i Heart, due to Distension of Stomach I
Cankered Mouth Oas in the bowels J
f I .1 l'l ... l. n..l.l. ft 1
t nwra vi ritail rjlHlv iljipcilic
Depressed, Irritable Condition of the
Mind Dizziness Headache Con-
' stipation or lliarrhaa? Then yon have '
! AAa) m( It mnn forma Tha ma mIiIss i
' curt for tfaUdlitreulog ctmplaiat It
Acker's Dyspepsia mut$i
kj nail, prepaid, rtce ipt ( 15 cent. (
f . I .. a U ..... II . I ,.. -J -1 V I
' Vurk.aan: ! uircreu linrnoly mnu dy-
) Acker Medicine Co., IMS Cham Sen St.. R. T.
641!', Corn Spots moderately active. He.
lower, closing steady; No. 2, S2c. eleva
tor; 333c. afloat; options were dulL and
steady ut 1y'nc. decline, trading only lo
cal: September mo.-t active; July, S2c;
September, aic; October, 33V. Oats
Spots quiet, 'unsettled; options dull, nom
inally 'c lower; July. 2140.; Au&ujt,
21c; September, 2i;ic: spot prices, No. 2.
21'4c; No. 2 wiilte23u23,ic.; No. S Ctil
eaao, 22o.: No. 3. 2le.; No. 3 white. 224
22'-c. ; mixed western, 2ltu23c. ; white do.,
24:i27c; white state. 2lul'7c. Provisions
cjulei and unchanged. I,ard Dull, easier;
western steam, J5.52'j; city, $3.75; refined,
steady; continent, $1.2.1; South Amerlcu,
jl.tu; compound, 4alic Kutter Steady,
piiel; Ktuia dairy, lo:il4'ic; do. rrcamery,
U'jal.V. western dairy; ,Pal2c; do. cream
ery, ll'jalac; do. factory, Sullc; Klulin.
1rc. Cheese Steady, quiet; state lurtre,
.VjiiSc; small, Sa7c; part skims, 2a4'!.c.
sylvania, 12'iuMc; western fresh, llal3o ;
F.i;bs yulet and steady; slate and Penn
do. case, $1.50u2.0.
Pittsburg Live Stock.
Eust Liberty, Pa July IS. Cattle Mar
ket steady; good, Jt.K.ai.a:,; tidy. $4a4.tO;
fair. $3u3.tj; common, $3a3.j0; rouah fat, $3
a:i.; bulls, stags and cows, $2a2.50; heif
ers', $11 1; boss fresh cows und springers,
Jl,'40. Hogs Steady, unchanged; prime
light, ?3.70u3.3H; medium, $3.ti0u3.70; heavy,
$3.2ju3'i.1; roughs, $2j3. Sheep Market
shw: prime. S4ul.ll; good, ?.3.7."u3.!K); fair,
S3.Sfj3.6i; common. 2.u"eS; culls, $M2;
choice yearlings, 2.7j;i3.1!; common to
cnc'i yearling, $2..Vih3..'iO; choice la:ub, $
ai.50; common to good lambs, $3.75a4.So;
tat ualvcj, Ua'J.2j; heavy and thin calves,
Chicuso Live Stock.
I Chicago, July 18. rattle Receipts, M
I11.111I: market weak; common to extra fed,
a."i.C0; Hluckers and feeders, $J.10a3.t0;
cows nnd bullti. Sl.10u3.20; calves, $3a4.30;'
Texans, $2a3.k0. Hogs Hucelpts, 23.000
head; market weak; paekintr and shipping
lots, $2.Kf)u3; common to choice mixed,
S2.75u3.33: choice assorted, 3.5tia3."; Usht,
53.1.".a3.4-i; pigs, t2.UCa3.30, Sheep itecelpts,
2.'i0A head; market easy; Interior to choice,
(Ja2.73; Ijllllu, $Ju'ii.23.
Made and Sold in Six Months, ending flarch 1, 1896,
Total Product of
The A Mill Alone produced 1,000,000 Barrels,
Largest Run on Record.
Washburn, Crosby's Superlative is sold everywhere from th
Pacific Const to St. John's, New l'oundlaud, and in England, Ireland
and Scotland very ltwgcly, and is recognized us the best flour in th
THIRD NATIONAL BANK
OF SCRANTON. v
Capital, - - $200,000
Surplus, - - 300,000 .
Undivided Profits, 64,000
Special attention given to Business and Personal
3 Interest Paid on Interest Deposits.
SQUARE BUTTED LUMBER.
SQUARE EUNCHED 4-FOOT LATH.
QQUARE reaunq to
RICHARDS LUMBER CO.,
E02 C0ft'iff!0.1Wtl.LTH BUILDING.
Bolts, Nuts, Bolt Ends, Turnbuckles, Washers, Riv
ets, Horse Nails, Files, Taps, Dies, Tools and Sup
plies. Sail Duck for mine use in stock.
SOFT STEEL HORSE SHOES
and a full stock of Wagon Makers' Supplies, Wheelf,
Hubs, Riuis, Spokes, Shafts, Poles, Bows, etc.
6omMneiiiee'lire!lable, onthly, recnlatlnft medlctna. Onlf harmlMtnl
Hit pureat drugs thoull be uie4. If joa waul Itaa but, gut
Dr. Peal's Pennyroyal Pilis
They are prompt, fe ti4 certain In remit The senalne (Dr. Pears) neTr dUatm
For sale by JOHN H. PHELPS, Pharmacist, cor Wyoming Avenuaand
SpiMco Stroet, Scranton, Pa. .,
STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
NEW GYSINASIUM. '
EAST STROUDSBURG. PA.
A Famous School in a Famous Location
A MONO THE MOUNTAINS OP THE
noted resort, thn llela .Mir Watr Unp.
A acliool of threo to four uumlrad pupils, with
no over-crowding clauses, butwhor tuuebera
can becmu acquainted with their pupils and
help them individually In tbeir work.
Mortem iuiprovvmenta. A Hne new gymna
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r-ewiog, DreasttmkiiK, CUy Modeling, Fre
hand aud Mecbunic! Drawing without extra
Write to uh at once for our catalogue and
other information. You cm more lu a aniali
school than in the cverc roiedod school.
GEO. P. BIBLE, Principal.
Troinlno Sciiool l iJwilm
The I'oui'th Year of the Scranton
Trniniii;' School for Kindergarten
urs will open In this city SlIPTK-M
Mai 14. lSi. For further parti,
MISS S. W. IXDERWOOD,