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THE 6 CI? ANTON TRIBUNE THURSDAY IfORNCTfcr. JULY 23. 189ft.
WEST SIDE EVENTS.
Funeral of Thomas McMahon Requiem
Mass Celebrated in St. Patrick's
Church Other Funerals.
The retrains of the late Thomas Mc
Mahon were conveyed to St. Patrick's
ihurch at 9.30 o'clock yesterday morning-
and In the presence of n large con
gregation of friends a high mass of
requiem was celebrated. Rev. Father
Dunne was celebrant; Father Smoulter,
of Olyphant, deeason, and Father
Frleker, of St. John's Herman Catholic
church, sub-deacon. The funeral was
attended by the Jit. Pleasant Mine Ac
cidental fund, of which the deceasej
was a member. Out of respect to the
deceased, the colliery closed yesterday,
thus allowing a large number of the
employes to attend the obsequies. The
flowers were choice and beautiful In
design. The pall-bearers were John
Burke. George Richards, M. J. Walsh,
Thomas M. Gcrrlty, Charles Taylor,
Patrick R. Tierney. Interment was
made in Hyde Park Catholic cemetery.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Isaac
Morgan will take place tomorrow af
ternoon. The funeral .will start from
the house at 2 o'clock and services will
be conducted at the First Welsh Bap
tist church, at L.3U o'clock. Itev. John
Evans, of Brooklyn, N. Y., will preach
the sermon. Interment will be made in
Washburn street cemetery. The name
of William was omitted In yesterday's
Tribune from the children of Mrs. Morn
The remains f the late John Silcox
will be Interred tomorrow aftelnuftn In
the Washburn Street centetry. The
deceased's home Is at 1UH FUmore ave
nue. ' '
SHE SAW THE MONEY.
Forty dollars - caused trouble last
evening and Tuesday night In Alder
man Moses office. John H. Gray, the
prosecutor In the case, told his story
as follows: He had received u sum of
money from his employer, and, per
agreement, paid S10 to Peter Dougher
ty, who had earned It. Gray was In the
Dougherty home on Luzerne street
Tuesduy night and he exhibited several
hundred dollars in bills. Mrs. Dougher
ty, wife of Peter, asked that she might
handle Some of the money. Gray laid
$40 on the table. The woman picked it
up and from that time on she claimed
It, and refused to surrender to Gray.
He' caused her arrest. The woman's
defense was that Gray owed her the
money. This Gray denies. The aider
man held the defendant In 2W) bail to
appear at court.
The Interest In the gospel meetings
held In the luigu pavilion on South
Main uVenue between Eynon and Elm
streets. Is still Increasing and throngs
ui jeuine ure Kitincriiig irom nignt to
night to hear the word of God expound
ed. Tuesday evening Professor Lake,
of the Seventh Day Adventlst academy
ut Lancaster. Mass., addressed a large
audience on the longest prophetic period
in the Bible, viz! "The 2.300 days of
Daniel S and 9." The theme for the re
maining evenings of the week, Thurs
day and Friday: "The various phases
ot the Judgment;" Sunday ut 2.30 p. in.,
"The Law and Gospel;" Sunday even
ing at 7.43, "The Institution of the
Sabbath, or Which Ilui- In th I'ht-iu.
ACCIDENTS LAST NIGHT.
Two accidents to vehicles and their
drivers were reported in yesterduy's
Tribune. Last evening' there were two
more on this side. James Quitman was
driving an Ice cream wagon down Hyde
Park avenue when his horse became
unmanageable and ran awuy. After
pilling the refreshments the outfit was
brought to a standstill near Academy
treet. Four young men, names un
known, went out for a pleasure drive
yesterduy in a four-seated vehicle.
They rounded the Luzerne street cor
ners at u too la yid rate and the four
forms were thrown to the earth. One
young man had his front teeth knocked
out. They hurried away a few min
HE SAW HIS ASSAULTER.
Thomas S. Davis, of Oswell court,
who on Sunday night was relieved of
J37.50 by two men while standing near
the Delaware. Lackawanna and West
ern station, thought he saw one of his
assaulters laet evening- as he came up
I lit 111 UK w
EARLY all or 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 sty les 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.
S40 C:tCte!!&s, Hsiters tzi FurnisJan
of th$ Slibtirbs.
Hyde Park avenue. Telling- a friend to
watch the man he hurried to the police
station for an officer. When Lieuten
ant Williams arrived where the sup
posed robber was the fellow had dis
appeared, NEWS PARAGRAPHS.
Water pIpeB are being laid on the
streets near the Archbald mine to sup
ply the houses in that vicinity.
Four days are being worked this week
by the Delaware, Lackawanna and
The retaining wall on Robinson
street has not yet been begun, al
though everything is in readiness for
the laying of the stones.
W. J. Edwards, of Dodge avenue, was
hurt upon the foot by the fulling of a
prop at Wie Dodge mine yesterday.
Crump's band serenaded ex-Mayor
John H. Fellows and Dr. J. J. Roberts
David Owens is playing good ball
for Bloomsburg State Normal school.
The (McKlnley Glee club will be or
ganized this evening at Jones' hall.
John Lewis will be leader. To sing
campaign music to u Republican tune
Is the mission of the new organization.
All singers wishing to Join are wel
come. PERSONAL MENTION.
Miss Nellie O'Reilly, of New York
city, and Miss Augelane Finneity, of
Honesdale, are the guests of Mrs. M. F.
Wymbs, of Jackson street.
Wlnfleld Fellows arid the Misses Nell
and Lois Fellows, of Tenth street, have
reliuried from a stay at Cooperstown,
Lata Otsego, N. Y.
Mrs. M. Vipond and son George, re
turned Monday from Asbury Park.
Mrs. Phoebe Skillhorn has returned
frOm a visit at DaJton.
Mrs. M. W. Clarke and daughter Isa
belle, left yesterday for a sojourn at
Drj P. F. Struppler and Mrs. Struppler
of, South Main avenue, spent yesterday
at Lake Henry.
Miss Alice Lindsay, of Carbohdale,
is visiting Miss Elsie Reed, of North
Miss Jessie Paff, of North' Lincoln
avenue, is visiting at Daltou.
Rev. Thomas S. Grltliths, of New
Philadelphia, O , Is spending part of his
vacation with West Side friends. Mr.
Griffiths is the pastor of the First Bap
tist church in the western town.
Mrs. Edmund Moses, of Eyiion, street,
returned yeuterday from a visit 'at
Miss Bertha Reese, of North Hyde
Park avenue, has returned from a
year's duty as a professional nurse
in a hospital near Norwich, Conn.
Bert Kogers. of Philadelphia, Is visit
ing: Howard Brown, of North Sumner
West Side Business Directory.
FLORIST Cut flowers and funeral de
signs a specialty. Floral figures, ueful
as gifts, at 1(M South Main avenue. Har
riet J. Davis, florist.
PHOTOORAPHEIt-Cabtnet Photos. $1.40
per dozen. They are Just lovely. Con
vince yourself by calling at Btarner's
Photo Parlors, 101 and 103 South Main
SECOND HAND FURNITURE Cash for
anything you have to sell. Furniture,
Stoves, Tools, etc. Cell and see the
stuck of J. C. King. 1024 and Jack
' The "Asbury ' Methodist Episcopal
church and Sunday school will picnic
at Nay Aug park today. Street cars
leave corner ot Delaware street und
Sanderson avenue at 9.30 a. m. All
members of the Sunday school will go
The Junior Loyal Temperance legion
will meet at 4 o'clock this afternoon in
the Women's Christian Temperance
union rooms on Petin avenue.
Miss Nellie Van Gorder, of Monsey
avenue, will go to Pike county tomor
row, where she will visit friends.
Mrs. Rury, of Delaware street, Is en
tertaining the Misses Reed, of Blng
hamton, N. Y., and their niece of
The Women's Christian Temperance
union will hold a mother's meeting In
their rooms on Penn avenue today. A
full attendance Is desired.
George Haw ley, a graduate of State
college, leaves tomorrow for Cleveland,
O., where he has accepted a position
with the Bush Electric Light company.
Miss Maud Mullinex, who has been
the guest of Miss May Benedict, of Dea
con street, has returned to her home at
Mrs. Phlnney, of Delaware street, Is
the guest of relatives at Tunkhannock.
SOUTH SIDE NEWS.
Fire io the House of Patrick Flnnerty on
Prospect Avenue Did Ouly
The alarm of fire sounded from box
57 at the corner of Prospect avenue
and Fig street at 6.45 last evening was
caused by a slight blaze in the house
of Patrick Flnnerty, on Prospect ave
nue, a short distance away from the
box. Some of the children were pluylng
with matches In a bedroom, and set
fire to the clothes. About as soon us
the alarm was sent In the fire was ex
tinguished with buckets of water.
On the way to the lire the carriage
of the William Connell Hose company
came within an ace fo upsetting at
Plttston avenue and Fig street. It
went around the coiner on two wheels
and slid Into the curbing on the oppo
site side of the street. Those who saw
It were sure that It could not result
without Injury to the driver. The team
became unmanageable coming down
MARRIAGES THAT TOOK PLACE.
Mrs. Catherine O'Connor, of Cedar
avenue, was led to the altar yesterday
morning In St. John's church by Frank
Melody. The ceremony was performed
ut 11.30 by Rev, J. A. Moffltt. Mr. and
Mrs. Melody left on an afternoon train
for the seashore to spend their honey
moon. Alexander Bateman, of Forty Fort,
and Miss Lizzie Foley, of this Sid'.-,
were married at 12 o'clock , by Father
Motlltt. They also left Tor the sea
shore on their wedding trip.
This afternoon at .4 o'clock at the
same church the uiarlrage of James Igo
and Mary Melody will take pluce.
James Connell lodge of Odd Fellows
will celebrate their eighth anniversary
on July 29.
Mrs. Daniel Sullivan, of Maple htreet,
is seriously ill.
Murk Crane, of Cedar avenue, was
sunstrui k on the ash bank at the South
Steel mill yesterday, but he Is recover
Fred Heusner, of Cedar avenue, la
able to get around on crutches.
The members of the Mozart Glee club
and their lady friends tendered a very
pleasant lawn social to Harry Danvers,
olio of their number, ut his home on
Wayne avenue, last evening. Mr. Dan
vers was taken completely by surprise,
but Immediately set about to provide
for an evening's enjoyment. Music
and games were indulged In. The Mo
zart Glee club rendered several selec
tions in the manner which has gained
for It an enviuble local reputation. At
a lute hour refreshments were Herved.
Much credit for the successful munner
iu which the arrangements were car
ried out is due to Miss Lizzie Danvers,
a sister of the surprised. Those pres
ent were: The Misses Bertha Wat
kins, Priscilla Morgans, Maine Moir,
Surah Fldler, Alma Clancy, Lizzie Dan
vers, Flo Clancy,- Lizzie Duvls, Mattle
Huntsman, Clara Allen, Lillian and
Violet Danvers, Messrs. Edwin Evans,
Willie Evans. Tom Evans, Jr., Frank
Richards, Alvln Morgans, Thomas
Evans, sr., David Williams, Willie
Crowe, Benjamin Thomas, John Jones,
Hairy Danvers and Tommle Hill.
Annie Cadden, of Putnam street, had
her husband, John Cadden, arrested
yesterday for assault and battery. The
hearing was held before Alderman
Roberts, who held him in 300 ball, in
default of which he was committed to
James Gallagher, of Brick avenue,
was arraigned before Alderman Rob
erts yesterday to answer two charges
of assault and battery, preferred by
Michael and Mary Kelly. He was held
under $500 ball.
James Moran, of Market street, was
arrested Tuesday evening at the In
stance of his wife for creating a dis
turbance. He was fined J2 and costs.
Douglass Itterley, of Edna avenue,
had a linger of his right hand badly
smashed while engaged In cutting a
pi op at the Slope shaft yesterday.
The Sunday school of the Methodist
Episcopal church will hold a picnic at
Laurel Hill Park today. All are cor
dially invited. Special cars leave the
church at 9.30 a. m. All desiring to
attend may procure tickets free at the
parsonage or W. D. Watklns' butcher
shop on Wayne avenue.
The Twilight dancing class will hold
a social at O'Dunnell's hall Tuesday
evening, July 28.
Miss Margretta Williams, of William
street, Is enjoying her vacation at
Miss Catherine Morgan, of Mlners
vllle. Is visiting Henry Pees, of William
Chester, the son of Armlt Thomas, of
William street. Is seriously ill.
William Crowe, of Duryea, Is visit
ing Harry Danvers, of Wayne avenue.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
D. Davis, on School street, has been
gladdened by the arrival of a baby
Dr. W. D. Donne is at Lake Wlnola.
He will return tonight.
Alfred John and his two cousins,
Misses Kate and Cora Thomas, are at
Henry Thomas, of Brooklyn, Is vis
iting at the home of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Thomas, of North
Mrs. William Jervis and daughter,
Maggie, of North Main avenue, leave
today for Lake Artel, where they will
spend a week.
Edward Robinson, of Leggetts street,
and Miss Katie Nolan, of Oak 'street,
were married yesterday morning at the
Holy Rosury church by the Rev. W. P.
O'Dounell. Charles Gordon, of Pitts
ton, was groomsman, and Miss Maine
Robinson bridesmaid. The wedding
march was played by Miss Llbble
Neary. After the ceremony the newly
married couple left on the 9 o'clock
train for Buffulo.
Ail NOOK A.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hughes and son,
John, of Pittsburg, who have been visiting-
here the past month, have re
Mlas Mary Laffey, of Gllmore ave
nue, Is visiting In New York.
Mis Ellle Kelly, of Main street, Is
Mrsk R. J. Brooks, of Scranton, and
Mrs. D. P. Lise, of Hyde Park, epent
Tuesday as the guests of James E.
Jones, of Greenwood.
Miss Mollle O'Malley, of Plttston, vis
ited Mlnooka friends yeoterday.
The lawn social of the Young Men's
Institute, which waa to have taken
place last night on McDonough's lawn,
adjoining their rooms, 'was postponed
for two weeks owing to the illness of
one of the members of the McDon
A large number from Greenwood will
attend the Presbyterian church excur
sion Friday to Lake Artel.
The young Republicans of this place
are considering the idea of organizing
a Republican club.
No. 184, Young Men's Institute, meets
this evening at their rooms.
James Kelsey Conaboy, of New York,
who has been visiting here the past
few days, returned home yesterday.
The Misses Anna and Ella Clousen,
of Shenandoah, were visitors in town
Mrs. F. S. Smith, of Blnghamton. N.
Y., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. George
Englert, of Butler street. .
Mrs. John Monroe, of Brook Btreet, is
gradually Improving after a severe
Elmer Wilde, who has been the guest
of his brother Asbury, of North Blake
ly street, has returned to his home In
Miss Nellie Moran has gone to spend
the next few weeks with relatives in
The residence of William Jeffery, of
Clay avenue, Is receiving a new coat of
paint, ' which will greatly add to the
beauty of the place.
A very brilliant social event In Dun
more was the party tendered Miss Kate
O'Donald at her home on Bloom street
last evening. The house was most
beautifully decorated with a profuse
ness of Chinese lanterns, which not
only Illuminated the entire' block but
presented a very bower of loveliness to
the observer. The beauty outside how
ever, was not to be compared with the
elegant and lovely appearance which
the Interior presented. The evening'
pasted far too quickly, and after a
large assortment of ' games together
with a sumptuous feast had been In
dulged In the merry young people wend
ed their way home.
The Barrett Indians, champions of
Dunmore, and the Buffers will pluy a
game of ball In Laurel Hill park Satur
day afternoon at 3.30 o'clock. Stakes
will be $5 a side.
A large number of the poor children
of Dunmore will participate In the hos
pitality of the Men's Guild of St. Luke's
church, In a free excursion to Lake
John Dice, of Plttston, is the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. William Colther, of Hugh
Lynn Adams and Roy Pierce, of
Providence, were visiting Clarence B.
Altemose, of Brook street, yesterday.
A very enjoyable and social time was
held ut the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. J.
Fritz, of North Blakely street, last
evening. The Ladles' Aid society of the
Methodist Episcopal church held an Ice
cream social which was very largely
attended und from which the ladles
realized u very handsome sum.
John Ackerman has returned to his
home In Homestead, N. J., ufter a short
visit with his cousin, J. W. Pinnell, of
The Mission band of the Primitive
Methodist church held a social at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. John Williams, of
the West Side, on Tuesday evening.
The Albion baud will furnish the
music at the Caledonian games at Lake
Ariel on Saturday.
Miss Katie Saltry, of Scranton, spent
yesterday at the O'Brien residence.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Snyder and Mr. and
Mrs. E. Snyder and daughter, Madge,
spent Tuesday with friends in Tunk
hannock. John Blease, of the North End, is
The Avoca Hose company No. 1 have
decided to conduct a fair some time
during the month of October. There
still remains $1,000 due on their build
ing and they have decided to take this
means of raising the necessary amount.
The members of the Primitive Meth
odist congregation will tender Rev. J.
Jones a reception when he returns from
his southern trip. During his absence
services have been conducted by Revs.
Bath, of Plymouth, and Turner, of Jes
sup. Rev. Proude, of Scranton, will
preside on Sunday.
Dr. Price, of Kingston, was the guest
of Dr. Dougherty yesterday.
Mrs. Kellum, of Jersey City, Is the
guest of her son, E. C. Kellum, of Lin
Rev. W. J. Healey will leave tomor
row for his home in Alton, HI., after a
pleasant visit with friends in this vicin
ity. Farrell Nealis left yesterday to take
up his future residence In Butte City,
Several hundred people enjoyed the
open air concert at the opening of the
Anthracite hotel Tuesday evening.
Miss Mamie O'Malley, of Olyphant,
has returned home after a few days'
visit with her cousin, Miss Mary Burns.
Thomas Houston, a well known trap
per and hunter of this place, shot a
peculiar species of bird that was seen
hovering about the Hillside pond during
the past few days. The bird has the
appearance of a crane and Is almost as
large as one. He has not yet disposed
of his booty, but will do so providing
a reasonable offer be made. -
Benjamin Richardson made a business
trip to Dallas on Tuesday.
H. L. Edsall and family leave today for
a sojourn at Lake Wlnola.
The ice cream festival held by the La
dies' Aid society of the Brick church on
Tuesday evening was a grand success,
both financially and socially,
.Mil's Elizabeth Kennedy, of Dalton, is
visiting at the home of E. Foster.
J. B. Randall has Improved his home by
repainting and putting shutters on It.
Percy Owens is confined to his home by
Anthony Brown, of Austin Heights,
charued with assaulting his wife, was
committed to the county Jail by Justice
Brodhead on Wednesday.
PIHsbury Flour mills have t capac
ity of 17,500 barrels a day.
Chicago Live Stock.
Union Stock Yards, III., July 22. Cattle
Receipts 22.W0 head: market weak; com
mon to extra steers, $3.2ia4.CU; stockers and
feedtfta, 32.20a3.su: cows and bulls, 1150a
3.SW; talves, Hui.SU; Texaiii. ti3M. Hogs
Receipts. 28,'ouo: market weak; heavy
packing and shipping lots. S2.07a2.8u: com
mon to choice mixed, 3.Wa3.40; choice as
sorted. S3.5oaJ.0U: light, $3.25a3.50: pigs, S3a
3.50. Sheep Receipts, 17. uw head; mar
ket weak; Inferior to choice, 2a3.2i; lambs,
Oil City, July 12. The option oil market
closed today at 41.04. Credit balances,
When Baby was sick, we garo her Caatorta,
When she was Child, she cried for Cutorla,
When she bucama Mtaa, she clung to Oaatoria, .
When she bad Childraa, she gnr Una Ostorln,
MARKETS AND STOCKS
Wall Street Review.
New York. July 22. Ths security
markets were characterized by a better
tone and the efforts of the belated bears
to check the rising tendency proved
abortive. The latter made a very good
raid on Jersey Central In hopes of start
ing liquidations afresh, and the stock
was forced down from SOi to S7. The
general list refused to sympathize and
late In the day when the stock named
got back to 2, the bears were again
buyers. The strength of the market re
sulted partly from the success which
has attended the bankers' plan to sus
tain the treasury gold reserve, nearly
eight millions of gold pledged having
been deposited at the sub-treasury up
to 3 o'clock, and partly from the an
nouncement that the foreign bankers
were willing to co-operate with local
capitalists in this Important matter
It will be the work of the latter to
check gold exports by supplying the
urgent wants of remitters until their
crops begin to move In about sixty days
from now. That the street Is firmly
convinced that this can be accom
plished Is best, probably, attested by the
way the engagement of $2,000,000 gold
for export tomorrow was received.
These heavy withdrawals caused
scarcely a ripple of excitement and hud
not the slight influence on stock values
At the opening the market was also
sustained by purchases or 10,000 shares
of International stocks for London ac
count. Oui securities ruled fractional
ly higher there, which was an agree
able surprise In view of the break here
at the close yesterday. Pending defi
nite statements from the conference of
the foreign bankers at Mr. Morgan's
offlce, the market dragged, but when It
was reported that an agreement to con
trol sterling exchange had been reached,
prices advanced all along the line. The
gain was equal to &a4y4 per cent. Jer
sey Central rose to 92, Lake Shore 144H,
Chicago Gas to 65, Sugar to 105, Bur
lington and Quiney to 67, Rock Island to
Will. Western Union to Manhattan
to 9ti4,New York Central to 93, Leath
er preferred to 474, Tobacco to 6884,
Northwest to !i and Consolidated
Gas to lit. Speculation closed strong
and confident. Net changes show gains
of Ha3 per cent. Total sales were
Furnished by WILLIAM LINN. AL
LEN & CO., stock brokers, 412 Spruce
Open- High- Low- Clos
ing, est. est. Injt.
Am. Tobacco Co... 66; 68 SB'
Am. Sua. Ref. Co. ltf liis luj
Atch., To. & S. Fe . lift IP, US IP4
Camilla Southern .... 43", 44'i 437, 44V,
Ches. Ohio 14 14 14 li
Chicago Gas 52V4 55 51i 55
Chic. & N. W S4M; 95 4H
Chic, B. 4 y WMi U7 4 t
C C C. & St. L 23 23 23 23
hie. .Mil. St. P. ... Ui Tiu, i;uu ii
Chic. It. 1. & Pac. .. 54!j U its, ft
D l. & w. us no ns ico
Diet. C. F n ll'i UN, 111.
Gen. Electric 23 232 22', 23lj
iuhkb oiiore HUtfc 144Vj 140Hi 143
Louis, ii Nash 4iii 47, 46i 47Vi
m. rw. at Texas rr. .. r, ik 174
Man. Elevated 4 SHii. ai (Hi
Mo. Pau 17 17 W 17i
is at. cordage 3-i 4 S , 4
Nat. Lead 18 20 w4 w
N. J. Central W.t 92 8i t2
N. Y, Central itt'i 9i 91 9SK,
N. Y L. E. & W. ... 13:U 141-4 13'x 134
N. Y S. & VV, Pr. .. 1U lS'a 18V, laij
Nor. Pac t;i,i uij bi4 ou,
uniario as west 1:1 13' 13 1314
Omaha 33i 31 32i 31
Pac. -Mall isa8 18 18 18'i
Phil. & Read 10s 11, li(, n
Southern R. R 7 7 7, 7i
Southern H. R. Pr. . 20 21 2u-.. 21
Tenn. C. & Iron 15 17 15 17
Texas Pacific 6 6 0 6
Union Pacltic 6'2 ti tl'i..
Wabash 6 5 5 6
Wabash Pr 14 14 14 14,
Western Union 78 7 78 7
W. L 7 8 7 8
U. S. Leather Pr. ... 4li 47 45 47
U. S. Rubber 15 15 15 15
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE PRICES.
ing, est. est. Inn.
September 60 5ti'4 K
December 58 5s 68 58
September 17 17 17 17
September 2t 20 2tf 20
December 20 20 20 2(i
Scranton Board ot Trade Exchange
QuotationsAll Quotation Based
on Parol IOU.
Name. Bid. Asked.
Dime Dep. & Dis. Bank 14J
Scranton Lace Curtain Co 59
National Boring St Drill's Co
First National Bank 650 ...
Scranton Jar Stopper Co 25
Elmhurst Boulevard Co iw
Scranton Savings Bank 200
Bonta Piute Glass Co 10
Scranton Car Replacer Co liw
Scranton Packing Co s
Weston Mill Co 250
LacKawanna Iron Steel Co, ... liu
Third National Bank 3io
Throop Novelty M'f'g. Co w
Scranton Traction Co 17 20 50
Scranton Glass Co 100
Scranton Pass. Railway, first
mortgage due 1918 110
People's Street Railway, first
mortgage due 1918 119
Scranton & Plttston Trac. Co. ... 90
People's Street Railway, Sec
ond mortgage due 1920 110
Dickson Manufacturing Co 100
Lacka. Township School 5 102
City of 8cranton St. Imp 6 ... 102
Borough of Wlnton 6 100
Mt. Vernon Coal Co 85 .
Scranton Axle Works 100
Philadelphia Provision Market.
Philadelphia. July 22. Provisions. Hams
continued in good demand and firm, hut
other hog products moved slowly at fu.'
mer rates. We quote: City smoked bwt,
llal2c; 4eef hams, S15.5ualii.5u for old and
new, as to average; pork, family, SloalO.Vvi
hams, 8. P. cured, in tierces. 9aloc, Co.
smoked, 10Voallc, as to average; sides,
ribbed. In salt, 4c; do. do. smoked, 5u
5c; shoulders, pickle-cured, 5a5c. ; do.
do. smoked $utic; picnic hams, S. P.
cured, 5a5c; do. do. smoked, tia?'.:
bellies. In pickle, according to average,
loose, 5a5c; breakfast bacon, 7a8c, as
to brand and average; lard, pure, city re.
lined, in tierces, 4a4c. ; do. do. do., in
tubs, 4a4o , do. butchers', loose, 3t
3c; city tallow,' in hogsheads, 3c; coun
try do. 2a2c, as to quality, and caitej,
New York Produce Market.
New York, July 22. Flour Easy; un
changed. Wheat Spot market, dull, eas
ier; f. o. b., 04c; ungraded red. 55ati5c.;
No. 1 northern, 05c; options steady at
ac. ecllne: July, iilc.; August. 2c;
Septert jer, t2c; October, U3c: Decem
ber, 04,c. Corn Spots dull and easier;
No. 2 at 32c, elevator; 33a33c. afloat;
options weak at ac. decline; July and
August, 32c; September, 32c; October,
32c. Oats Spots quiet, strong: options.
dull, firm; Kptember, 21c; July, 21c;
s-pot prices, No. 2 at 22c; No. 2 white, 23a
23c; No. 2 Chicago, 23c; No. 3 at 21c;
No. S white. 22bc.; mixed western, 2Ja
23c ; white do., 22a28c: white state, 22a
28c. Provisions Quiet and steady; un
changed. Lard Dull, lower; western
steam, 13.55; city, S3; September, 13.57: re
fined, easier; continent, S3.90; South Amer
ica, $4.50; compound, 8a4c Butter Mod
erate demand, steady; state dairy, 10a
14c; do. creamery, . lUfcalSc: western
dairy, 9al2c; do. creamery, 11al5c; do,
factory 84tl0c; Elgins, 15c. Cheese
Quiet, steady; state large, 5a6c; do.
smalt, 5a7c; part . skims. 2a5c. Eggs
Fair demand, steady; state and Pennsyl
vania, 14c; western fresh, llal3c; do. per
. 1.26a. . 1
. 413 Lackawanna Ave
STORE FILLING BARGAINS
A crowded stora all the time that
speaks well for the popularity of ouf
goods and prices.
at the lowest prices they have touched
4 13 Lackawanna Ave
Made and Sold in Six Months, ending Harch 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 tho
Pacific Coast to St. John's, New Foundland, and in England, Ireland
and Scotland very largely, and U recognized as the best flour in the
THIRD NATIONAL BANK
Capital, - - $200,000
Surplus, - 300,000
Undivided Profits, 64,000
Special attention given, to Business and Personal
3 Interest Paid on Interest Deposits.
SQUARE EDGED I
SQUARE BUTTED LUMBER,
SnilfiRF BllNP.HFn 4.FDRT I ATH. ft
RICHARDS LUMBER CO.,
02 COMMONWEALTH BUILDING. 'PHJRE 422.
IRON AND STEEL
Bolts, Nuts, Bolt Ends, Turnfeuckles, Washers, Rlr
ets, Horse Nails, Files, Taps, Dies, Tools and Sup
olies. Sail Duck for mine use in stock.
SOFT STEEL HORSE SHOES
and a full stock of Wagon Makers' Supplies, Whee!
Hubs, Rims, Spokes, Shafts, Poles, Bows, etc.
BomrtUMOMdiBnIlabte.BMthlr.HgmUUa mWieiM. Only kiralMi tti
th iutdrupihmiM b wd. iljta mi lb bMt, fcl
Dr. PoaPo Pennyroyal Pillo
Tbtr v pnmpi. Mi d Mttaia In rwalt. Tb tntln (Dr. tmi'i) im la
aaiat, 8al urvhtn, U.K. AiiMM tMAU Mwaw C CtoTtUrt, 9, '
For mi by JOHN H. PHELPS. Pharmaolat. cor. Wvomlno Avanvaan
Sprues StraaL Scranton. Pa.
My be hidden raiperfeetly by counstics and
powders, but can only be removed pernl
HETSEL'S SUPERIOR FACE BLEACH.
It wi'l poslttraly remove Freckles, Taa,
Moth, Sallewnen. and cure aay diseases of
tbe skin, such u Pimples, Acnt, Blackheads.
Oiliness, sad renders the skiu eoft and beau
tiful. Price 11 per bottle. For sale at
E. M. HETSEL'S
330 Lackawanna Ave.. Scranton, Pa.
Celebrated Thomas Pens.
w FOR SALE BY
PRATT'S, Washington Av&
PETERS, YORK I CO , 116 S. BUN AVENUE
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