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THE fCBANTON TBIBUNE FBTDAY MOBNINl. SEPTEMBER 18. 189B.
WST SIDE EVENTS.
Accident to Rojer Jones Which May
Roarer Jones, of North Lincoln ave
nue, had hlB rlfrht leg broken nt 8.30
o'clock yesterday by an accident In the
I'lne lirook mine, and as It happens,
this accident has its Rood conse
quences. Seven years atso 'Jones
hn,i ti.n nm li-if broken by a fall of
roof of the same mine. The bone did
not knit properly, and Mr. Jones has
been troubled with a stiff leg since the
first fracture. The accident of yester
day was from a runaway empty car.
The car struck Mr. Jones upon the leg,
knocking him to the side of the mine.
Ha was taken to his home and Ir. Key
liolds was called. The new fracture
is In exactly the fame place as the old
one, and the physician states thnt
when the present Injury Is healed Mr.
Jones will be better off than he was
before, owing to tho manner of the
William J. 'Williams, of Peckers'
court, was Injured by a full of roof
while at work last Friday In the Mount
l'leasant mine. He wont to his home
that evening, thinking that the injury
was but a slight one, and at the usual
hour retired. He slept soundly and at
6 o'clock a. in. Saturday he tried to
iret out of bed, but found that he could
not move. nr. Beckwith was called.
The physician, upon examination,
found thnt two ribs In Mr. Williams'
left side had been fractured by the
fall of the day before. Mr. Williams Is
now resting eaRlly.
Hert Simmonds, a 11-ycar-old boy
whose Dnrents live on Chestnut street.
f, 11 rlnwii the stone steus at No. 14
school Wndnesduy and sustained a bnd
cut on' the forehead. This la the flint
accident at these particular steps.
Tho weddinir of Miss Lulu .tames,
formerly -an attache at the Albright li
brary, and Walter Wilklns, of Luzerne
street, occurred at 10.30 o'clock yes
terday mornliiff nt the home of the
bride's mother., Mis. Jane James, of
1J3 South Lincoln avenue. When the
ceremony begun Professor Silas Hos
nr struck the Inst strains of Mendel
ssohn' weddinK march. The bridal
party wets led by Miss Ciladys Jones,
llower fctrl, and tho ceremony was per
formed when the bride and Broom, un
attended, had reached a bower of ferns
and flowers In tho center of the par
lors. Kev. Thomas Hell, pastor of the
Plymouth Congregational church, rend
the marrlase rites. He was assisted by
Kev. 1). Jones, of the First Welsh Con
irreitatlonal church. The bride wore a
handsome white rowii mid carried
roses. After the ceremony a wedding
breakfast was served to the imme
diate relatives of the families and In
timate friends who had witnessed the
nuptial. Mr. and Mrs. Wilklns left on
the I'.-Ti Jersey Central train for New
York and Philadelphia. After a ten
days' absence they will return anil will
make their home with the bride's moth
er, on Lincoln avenue. Mr. Wilklns
Is very favorably know about the VW't
Side. He Is oulte Influential In tho
politics of the Klfteent). -.y. Hoth
brlde-eU'c ' "' tue '"'Istlnn work
" the Plymouth Conpreffatlonal
Among the out of town people at
tho wedding were: Hector James, now
of Orange, N. Y.; Miss Cora Williams,
of Catusauo.ua, nnd Miss Grelf, of
Montrose. As the carriage with Mr.
nnd Mrs. Wllkins In It rolled down to
the Central railway station the popu
lace was treated with the following
painted on a canvass stretch on the
rear of the vehicle: "Hryan loves sil
ver; McKlnh y lovea gold; but we love
GIVES fP TUB PKOPKHTY.
John H. Reynolds, late of the Frank
lins, has surrendered, under protest,
his yellow Jacket, key, tin horn, etc.,
to the company. Mr. Reynolds did this
yesterday. He called Thomas Allen
and asked that gentleman this ques
tion: Which do you prefer, Mr. Allen, to
apologize to my wife or to suffer legal
prosecution for your entrance Into my
house last Monday?"
Mr. Allen said he'd apologize, and he
did. Then Mr. Reynolds gave up the
11 HI Of 19
A MILLION patriotic voters have rcc
I ognlzed the confusion of our pub
lic politics, and are determined
toinform themselves, and stand like patriots
in the hour of their peril and vote to the best
of their knowledge, for the best interests of
the common people of the whole country. It
means further that every voter wants to
know, not only the doctrines of his own
party, but the views of all other parties and
the reason for the differences Gold, Silver,
Tariff and Free Trade. To this end we have
secured a complete handbook of public po
litical Information, edited by Lawrence F,
Prescott, WHICH WE WILL PRESENT TO
TUE PURCHASER OF ANY MEN'S SUIT.
lxz Dc2 Clothiers,
of the Suburbs.
paraphernalia "under protest." The
matter has not yet been ended by any
means. Mr. Reynolds says he will ask
Constable John Davis to do as Mr. Al
len did, and Alderman John, though
his position may free him, may be
asked to do as Constable Davis may
Exactly twenty-seven men and one
boy made up last night s mectlns of
the West Side Bryan and Sewall club
In Stetter's hall on North Main ave
nue. The meeting was on Important
one? The twenty-seven were there to
effect, among other things, permanent
organization. This they did, wltn ine
following retult: Jacob Frank Ham
mes, president: William York, formerly
associated with the Populists, vice
president: Charles Canavan and P. J.
Parrel), secretaries; L. M. Hunneu.
treasurer. J. U Deltiick, chairman of
the executive committee, appointed at
the last meeting, offered a constitution
and by-laws f' the club. These were
adopted Willi nly one change. That
was in regard to "entertainment." The
original bv-laws made the entertain
ment" come In the forepart of the meet
lug. The chair suggested that the en
tertainment" come at the close of tho
meetings so that the members might
be induced to remain until the end. Af
ter the regular business C. Ren John
son gave an address.
WILL GIVE A FLAG.
Wednesday, Sept. 30, is the date set
for the placing of an American Hag on
the new No. 1!t school building on Jack
soq street. The flag will be presented
to the school board by the joint Patri
otic Order Sons of America camps of
this side. It has been ordered and will
reach here from New York next Mon
day. The presentation will be mane
during exercises which are being ar
ranged by the ramps. Another Hag
will be placed on the new No. 13 school
building on Hellevue Heights.
MUSIC FOR THE SAD.
The Inmates of tho Hillside Homo
were lust evening tendered an enter
tainment by Crump's band, from this
side. The band, In full uniform, ...c
for the Home about 4.30 o'clock In ft
band wagon. Reaching there at B .30
o'clock, supper was partaken of and In
the later evening the poor unfortunates
were treated with the music. It 'was a
charitable Idea on the part of Mr.
Crump, and Mr. Williams, the super
intendent nt the Home, humanely per
mitted the concert. The trip home was
begun, shortly before midnight.
OFF FOR SCHOOL.
Miss Clara Jones, of North Bromley
avenue, has begun studies at Hloome
burg State Normal school. She was
accompanied to liloomsburg by her
brother, Walter Jones, corneter In
Crump's band. Others who have left
for school arc: Joseph Jeremiah,
Rucknell; Will Morris, Hucknell; .Palm
er Williams, Hucknell; Harry Peck, Le
high; Waller llevan, Lafayette; Forest
Dershlmer, Keystone; John McOrath,
University of Pennsylvania: Uertrude
Freeman, liloomsburg; Bertha iveliej
Bloomsburg. ' .,i.AL3,
oiiole Dancing class which
opened their season Wednesday night
had as Its guests the Misses Mamie an
Alice Mullen, of Pittston.
WW E. Jamelson, of Washburn
street, is teaching school near Factory
Wilson Gerry, of Carbondale, visited
Palmer Williams Wednesday.
Horn To Mr. and Mrs. H. d. Boadle,
John R. Jones wishes to state that
an Injustice was done him by the publl
cation of a certain Item several weeks
ago, which Item was to the effect that
Mr. Jones beat his mother. This .was
not the charge.
A baby girl has arrived at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. George McQee, of Mc
Keever s lane.
A child of Martin Decker, of North
Hyde Park avenue, is recovering from
A child of Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas
of North Bromley avenue, is recover
ing from sickness.
Miss Edith James left yesterday to
attend school at Bristol, Tenn.
Rev. Twogwa Evans, of Chicago,
nreaeneu n sermon at the Welsh Con
gregational church lust evening. He is
a forcible speaker.
Miss Annie T. Humphreys, of South
Hatters and Fiirnlstoi
Lincoln avenue, , 1 home from Lake
The Woman's Missionary circle of the
Jackson Street Baptist church held
their regular monthly meeting in the
lecture room last evening. , well pre
pared paper on missionary ork in In
dia was read by Miss Marthi N'lcholls.
Misses Lizzie and Margaret ?ynoids,
of Hampton street, left yesterday for
a tour of New York and New Jersey.
Oscar Oswald, of the Wheelmen, and
his friend, Frank Schad, of Brooklyn,
will leave this morning for a visit at
Miss Jennie Jones and John J. James
were wedded Wednesday afternoon at
the home of the bride's parents on
North Filmore avenue. Rev. J. T.
Morris olllclated. Miss Delia May at
tended the bride, and John C. Jones,
brother of the bride, was best man.
The young couple are now enjoying a
honeymoon in New York city.
The West Side Central Republican
club met last evening and listened to
reports from the delegates to the Erie
convention. There was a good attend'
ance of the members and much Inter
est was shown.
The funeral of the late Augusta
Christ will take place at 2 o'clock this
afternoon from her late residence on
North Rebecca avenue.
The funeral of the late Edward J.
Shaw will take place at 2.30'o'clock this
afternoon from the family home on
Jackson street. Interment will be
made In Forest Hill cemetery.
"WeHt Side Business Directory
HARRIET J. DAVIS. FLORIST.
d funeral designs a specialty;
104 South -Main avenue; two doors from
PHOTOGRAPHER. Cabinet photos. Sl.M
per dozen. They aro Just lovely. Con
vince yourself by calling at Starnor's
Photo Parlors, 101 and 103 South Main
SECOND HAND FURNITURE. Cash for
anything you have to sell. Furniture,
Stoves, Tools, etc. Call and see tha
stock of J. C. King. 701 to 709 West Lack
SOUTH SIDE NEWS.
Dr. Kolb Shoots a Mad Dog on Pittston
Avenue Death of Darby Caw
Several hundred school ehlldrpn had
-lnut nnmr out of No. 3 school and St.
M ,, v'u German Tarochlal school at 3.39
,...0i..,-,inv nfternoon when a mad dog
wns seen darting along Pittston aVe-
. . . , . . . .. ,ln,.n a nil
nue. The nrutes neuu mm u
It was yeliiing with rage, running
against fences, tree boxes, nnd tele
phono poles. It was quite large and
strong, and at the sight of It the chil
dren become horror stricken and leoped
over fences nnd up on porches to escape
Its fury. Dr. A. Kolb, of Cedar ave
nue, was attending to a patient near
by and after he learned what was the
matter, he started to gei a revoivc..
fie nrocured one from Permwury
Man Edward Knellner. nt approached
Hose company. l ,ne a0 aml "rei1
within o ' "truck the mark, but did
Kill, And after a short chase an
other shot was aimed and the brute
rolled over dad. Dr. Kolb has received
many com pi I men ts for the courageous
manner In which ho put an end to the
dog, and undoubtedly saved several
children from harm.
DEATH OP DABBY CAWLEY.
The Injuries sustained by Darby
Cawley In the Meadow Brook shaft of
William Connell & Co., by being
squeezed between a car and a pillar
Inst Tuesday, resulted In his death at 0
o clock yesterday morning at his home,
iuz irving avenue, no was 68 years
old and had worked In the mines In this
section from the early days of mln
Ing In this valley. As a man he was
held In high respect for his upright
principles. He Is survived by his wife,
his son, John, and daughter, Winifred.
The funeral will be held Saturday
morning at 9 o'clock. A hlfch mass of
requiem will be celebrated at St. John's
church and Interment will be made In
Hyde Park Catholic cemetery.
SOUTH SIDE MAItniAGES.
Lorenz Hnberstroh and Miss Emma
Porkel, a well-known young couple,
were married at the Evangelical
Church of Pence last night by Itev. E.
J. Schmidt. The church was crowded
with friends, nnd at the home of the
bride's parents a reception was given
after the ceremony.
Mr. Huberstroh Is a musician of
prominence, and his bride Is a young
lady of refinement and culture.
Patrick Hannon, of Irving avenue.
and Miss Delia McGinty were married
at St. Peter's cathedral at fi o'clock
Wednesday afternoon by Rev. J. A.
O'Reilly. A reception was given to
them at the home of the bride, after
which they left on a wedding tour. Mr.
Hannon is bartender for D. W.
Vaughan, of Lackawanna avenue.
SHORTER PARAGRAPHS OP NEWS
Misses Minnie Demuth nnd Lena
Rosar have returned from a two weeks'
visit to New York city.
A meeting of Colonel E. H. Rinme
liepuoiican elub of the Twentieth ward
will lie held this evening at Phlllln's
nan on 1' lg street.
Good work Is being done on Cedar
avenue near the corner of Birch street.
A layer of shale rock has been put on
tne road and then the steam roller Is
run over It.
The Lackawanna Knitting mills will
resume about Oct. 1 In all departments.
Mrs. Emma Dempsey and Miss Anna
Gibbons have been added to the corps
of teachers of No. 11 school. They oc
cupy the annex on Pig street. Miss
Tessie Gibbons has been transferred
from the annex to No. 11 to succeed
Miss Lizzie Joyce, who has irone to
No. 7 school.
The Methodist Episcopal pastor. Rev.
William Edgar and wife, of this place,
were most agreeably surprised yester
day morning. A party of former par
ishioners from Carbondale, consisting
of eleven ladles, unexnectedlv nn-
peared. In order that their former
pastor should not be embarrassed by
their unexpected appearance the ladles
brought with them a bountiful supply
of provisions. A happy time was ex
perienced by all.
Five small boys ranging from six
years to 9 years were arrested by Offi
cer Thomas yesterday morning for
stoning No. 24 school. They were tak.
en before Alderman Roberts last eve
ning and nned BO cents apiece.
The Trilby Dancing class will meet
this evening In Brown's hall on East
Market street, instead .of O'Malley's
Miss Sadie MP' J, of Hartford, Conn.)
Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. William Har
ris, of Urick avenue-.
Mrs. Jones, of Leggett's street, who
has been ill for the past week, is con- -
Miss Maggie Coyne, of Bloom ave
nue, is seriously HI with typhoid fever.
A young child of John Costello, of
West Market street, is seriously 111.
Cards are out announcing the mar
riage of John Saltry and Miss Katie
Loftus In the near future.
' The infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas MeGovern, of Yard street, was
buried yesterday. Interment was pri
The Crystal Literary club will hoP
a special meeting Saturday evening at
g o'clock. All member are requested
to be present.
John Stanton, of Sweeney's street,
who has been studying medicine with
Dr. Lackey, leaves today for New York,
where he will enter Bellevue hospital.
Miss Edith Marye, of Washington, D.
C, Is visiting at the home or J. H.
Armstrong, of School street.
Patrick May, of Philadelphia, Is vis
iting his nephew, Michael Leonard.
Mrs. J. C. Taylor, the milliner Is In
New York purchasing her fall stock of
Miss Pearl Reynolds, of Sanderson
avenue, Is very 111 with diphtheria.
J. F. Ilangt and wife returned this
week from Asbury Park, where they
have been spending a short time.
John Llsk, of the General Phlnney
Hose company, Is having a ten days'
A number of persons from the Pa
trlotle Order of True Americans, Camp
105, will visit the Scrunton Lodge, No.
101. this evening.
Mrs. K. K Sturges and family, who
have been summering at Southport, will
return home this week.
Dr. C. V. Trtverton spent the past
few days at Beech Lake.
Krnest Gardner ar.d Charlie Trego
have returned from Chicago, where
they have been working for a couple
The social committee of the Presby
tcrian church held a convention social
In the church parlors list evening.
Mrs. Nicol and son, Vlllle, have re
turned from LaPlume. ,
Mrs. C. E. Dolph art! Mrs. Penja
mln have returned film New York
city, and will soon o;n a millinery
store on Capouse avenn; In tho build
Ing formerly occupied by C. E. Dolph
for a bakery.
Mrs. Charles Pennet ind sister. Miss
Jes.sle Peck, of Chlcag, spent yester
day at the homo of Mrs. Luther w
Peck, of Capouse avent.
C. L. Van Husklrk, ol Wyoming ave
nue. entertained a rvmbm of. his
friends at a euchre pnri last evening.
Miss Lizzie T. I3ean, of Sanderson
avenue, Is visiting her ster at Pitts
DUN 31 ORE. I
Oscar Yost and Edward Washer were
nt Yostvllle Vpiln'",y. wher
Dt ., j.. """ing no .isnlng.
- -N'e- Harry yi,ng and Chns.
, yesieruiy to resume
rtieir similes at Lnfavntta
.uiss Aiyrtie Burns, of Apple avenue
returned Home afte- snendine
few weeks with friends in Carbondale
Charles Engel is having a new coat
of paint put on his house on Blakely
A large number of bicyclists from
Ihls borough attended the bicycle races
at wiikes-Barre yesterday.
The entertainment and social held In
the Methodist Episcopal church Wed
ncsday night, proved a success socially
Extensive Improvements are being
mnue nn the house owned by Otto
Hmth, of Brook street.
A very serious accident was averted
In the nick of time Wednesdny after
noon nn the Spencer plar.es. A trlD
or leaned cars was being pulled up. the
inst cars broke from their cnunllnir
ami uasned at a terrific, speed down the
fctotp grade. It looked for a short time
is though the cars, if . they -did not
Jump the track, would rush on and not
be stopped until they would break Into
the engine house nnd In all probability
go down the shaft and thus endanger
tne miners who were working below
The runaway switch at the bottom was
put Into operation not a minute too
soon, and the cars were thrown off the
track. They were wrecked beyond re
Charles Cole, of Ambrose street. In
tends to leave for Princeton college on
Monday to resume his studies.
Charles Keast, of Throop Btreet, left
yesterday to visit his brother, Benja
min Keast, of New Hampshire.
Mrs. William Packard, of Cherry
street, has returned with her children
from a visit with friends in Bingham
The Misses Dalna Capwell and Ella
Brennlng, of Cherry street, have gone
for a few days' outing at Lake Wlnola.
Miss Annie Brennlng, of Fifth street.
has returned homo from a visit with
relntives In WIlkes-Barre. .
Miss Etty Belknap, of Blakely street.
has left to spend the winter months
touring through the western and south
ern states. She will spend most of the
time with friends In Denver. Colorado.
The marriage of Miss Eunice Jeffrey
to William Taylor Is announced to be
solemnized on Wednesday evenlnir.
Sept. 23. at the home of the bride on
Mr. and .Mrs. Reuben Carr have gone
to visit their son at his home in Black
Mrs. Mary Luton' and James C.
Bruce were united In the bonds of
holy matrimony Wednesday evening at
8 o'clock by the Rev. E. J. Haughton,
of St. Mark's at the home of the bride
on Drinker street.
A Bryan and Sewall club was or
ganized In Bolnnd's hall last evening.
Speeches and addresses were delivered
by prominent Democrats, and the lay
ing out of plans for the campaign were
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Sturges, of New
York, are visiting friends In town.
liuiralo Live Stock.
Buffalo, Sept. 17.-Cnttle Market dull,
slow with but few on sule; venls, S4.'i0ai.5;
fancy, Mi.n0ulS.Tit. Hogs Market dull, low
er; Yorkers, good to choice, Ja.4na3.rii); llsht
(lo.. IH..10; piitx. 3.ia3.25: mixed packers.
..4:aJ.Di; medium, UOa3.4J; hesvy, $.2yx
o.v, iiiumin, ji.iuuj; sings, i:az.bu: skip
pliiu, $:'..'0a3. Sheep nnd lambs Markets
shade firmer; steady for lumhs, lower fur
Bhetp; prime lambs, $4.3ra4.iri; fair to koo.I,
IXliaa.l.u'J: culls nnd common, 2.75a3.5it;
mixed sheep, good to choice, $3.1f.n3.r.
common to fair, J2.2ia3; culls, Jl.ulu;
heavy owes, $3.5t).
Chicago Live Stock.
Pnlon Stock Yards. Sept. 17 Cattle
Receipts, 8,500 head: market ltendv: com
mon to extra steers, J3.lna5.10; Mockers and
feeders, 2.Wa3.7.; cows and bullg, $1.2iia
3.40: Texnns. t.'.adn? R.i: wnsUrn ransaru
fc!:i3.6). Hops Receipts, 32.000 head: marl
ket steady to stronger: heavy nueklnir nnd
hiunlliK lots. S2 7.'ia3.ir,: ronnnnn in
mixed, t2.75a3.2l): chnlcn ag.nrl
8.S0; light, I2.80a8.30; pigs, Sl.60a3.25. Sheep
-Receipts, 15,000 head; market firm; In-,
ferlor to chglce. 2o3; iambi, I3a,4.2i. ' '
NO FAITH CURE
They Care Stomach Troubles and In
digestion Anyway, Whether Yon
Have Faith in Them or Not.
Mere faith will not digest your food
for you, will not give you un appetite,
will not Increase your flesh and
strengthen your nerves and heart, but
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets will do
these things, because they are com
posed of the elements of digestion, they
contain the Juices, acids and peptones
necessary to tho digestion and assimi
lation of nil wholesome food.
Stuurt's Dyspepsia Tablets will di
gest food If placed In .a Jar or bottle In
water heated to 1)8 degrees, and they
will do It much more effectively when
taken Into the stomach after meals,
whether you have fatth that they wilt
or not. i
They Invigorate the stomach, make
Dure blood and strong nerves. In the
only way that nature can do It, and
that Is, from plenty of wholesome food
well digested, it Is not what eat,
but what we dleest Hint d ei u-- goa
Stuart's jyspvsla Taldets u. sold
by nearly oil druggists at 51) cents fur
full sized package, or by mall from the
Stuart Co., Marahall, Mich.
MARKETS AND STOCKS
Wall Street Ueview.
New York, Sept. 17. Stocks were dull
but strong today. Tho transactions footed
uu 143.710 shures. Operators who were
cenerullv arrayed on the beur side yester
day mude a complete change of front and
were moderate buyers throughout the sea.
sion. At the sturt the market was sttmu
lated by more favorable advices from Lon.
don rcuardlnu the nolittcal situation In tho
eist. Near the close It was rumored that
Lasard Freres had engaged a big block of
gold abroad for shipment to New York.
This new engagement of gold amounting
to 4.000.000 had u strengthening effect and
the shorts wero bidders for stocks right
no to the adjournment of the board. Man
hattan and Sugar were tho particularly
strong stocks. Speculation closed strong
with an upward tendency. Net changes
show gains of ia4 per cent., the latter In
Furnished by WILLIAM LINN, AL
LEN & CO., stock brokers, Mears build
lne. rooms 7O5-706.
Open- High- Low- Cloa
Ing. est. est ing,
Am. Tobaoeo Cd. ...
Am. Sug. Ref. Co. .
Chic. & N. XV
Chic, n. & Q.
C. C. C. & St. L. ..
Chic, Mil. & St. P. .
Chic. H. I. & Pae. ..
I).. L. & W
nist. a c. f
Louis. & Na,sh. ....
M. K. Texas, l'r.
Man. Klevuted ....
N. J. Central
. 2i "14
N. Y. Central
N. Y., S. &. XV.
jjoi'inern R. R. Pr.
renn. C. & Iron ...
Wabash l'r ,
Western I'nlon ....
V. S. Leather
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE PRICES.
WHEAT. Open.- High- Low Clos.
Ing. est. eat. Jrg.
December 60- 61 ' Co"; l
May 64 65 64 65
December 10 W-j, '4 IG',4
May ;. 10 PJ14 10 1
CORN. - "
rmeeiiiucr 23-'i 22 21v, 21 4
Mil5r,W 2454 247i 2W "l
January 3.72 3.7.'i 3.72 3.75
January G.72 6.77 0.72 8.72
Scrnnton Hoard of Trade Exchange
Quotntioni--All Quotation Based
on Tor of 100.
Name. Bid. Asked.
Dime Dep. & Dis. Bank 140
Hcranton Lac Curtain Co
National Boring & Drill's Co
First National Bank
Bcranton Jar A Stopper Co...
Elmhurst Boulevard Co
Bcranton Savings Bank
Bonta Plate Glass Co
Sordnton Packing Co
Weston Mill Co
LacKawanna Iron & Steel Co.
Third National Bank
Throop Novelty M'f'g. Co. ..
3cranton Traction Co
Bcranton Axle Works
Lack'a Trust & bate Dep. Co..
Kconomy titeain Heat &
Bcranton Glass Co
Bcranton Pass. Railway, first
mortgage due 1918
People's Btreet Railway, first
mortgage due 1918 110
Bcranton & Pittston Trac. Co. ...
People's Street Railway, Sec
ond mortgage due 1920 110
Dickson Manufacturing Co
Lacka. Township School 6
City of Bcranton Bt. Imp 6 ...
Borough of Wlntnn 6
Mt. Vernon Coal Co
Bcranton Axle Works ...
Bcranton Traction Co
New York Produce Market.
New York. Bout. 17. Flour Firm and
unchanged. Wheat More active, llrmer;
No. 2 red f. o. b., fiO'iae. ; UnKraded red, 5Sa
sc.; No. 1 northern, 7"ie.: .May. 71c: Sep
tember, (5i:. : October. 65c. : November.
6)ic; December, 67ic Corn Dull, Hrm-
: No. 2 at 2olic. elevator: 27iie afloat:
options were dull and firm nt 'iu'ic ad
vance. Oafs More active, firmer; options
dull, firm; Beptemlier and October, 20'ic.:
December. 211W.: spot urices. No. 2 at
2iH,ic.; No. 2 white, 24c; No. 2 Chicago,
zic.; ivo. 6 at is'.j: no. 3 white, Zl'jc.;
mixed western. lSa2mc: white, do.. 20a
white state, 2ia29!ic Provisions-
Dull, nnciiantred. Hutter Dull, weak
stale dairy. Ina15t: do. creamery. Hab'.'-e.
western dairy, gall'-jc.: do. creamery. 11a
Hie.: no. factory. 7nllo.: Klglns, 15V4alc.
Imitation creamery, 9'4a12e. Cheese Mod
erate demand; state large. TaD'Ac.: do.
small, 7a9ic.: part skims, 3a EgKS
noue sieuuy; state and Pennsylvania,
15'va17c.; western frcBh, ltalUc; do. case,
riiilndclpliia Provision Market.
Phllnrlelnhln Aniita 1? pinvl.lAnD
in steady jiipbinK demand at unclinnged
prices. We quote: City pmoked beef, 11a
12c; beer hams. ?1A.uiialK.7'. as to average;
pork, family. J!).i5alo: hams. 8. P. cured
n tierces, v,i,i(ii.,e.; d. smoked. 10Hl2c
as 10 averase: anus, ribbed, In salt, 4a4',
do. do. smoked, 4sia5c; shoulders, pickle-
ciireu, iM,H;rric, ; no. no. smosed. i.yii;iie
picnic hums. S. P. cured. f,i ;.nta,i n . ,ii .in
BinnKcu, u'4Ui'c. ; Denies, in pickle, ac
cording to average, loose, 54a6R.; break
fast baeon. 7a7'c us to brand nml aver.
ane; uirn, pure, city refilled In tlercea, 4V;e.
no. no. in iiius, -fnic; lo. butchers'
loose. 3c: city ta low. In hoL'shenda Zu
,vt,e. ; country no., z'sanjic, as to quality.
uiiu LKrn, 0.41,
Oil City. Sept. 17. Option
credit balances, $1.12.
Read Williams' Business College ad,
For Infants and Children.
J. ALFRED PENNINGTON, Director.
(Organist of Elm Park Church.)
rUPIL of some of the most celebrated
masters in Boston, Paris and Berlin.
Boston - 1S84-1SS9.
Paris and Berlin, 1SS9-1892.
Paris, . 1S94-1S93.
SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT OF .
Miss Katherine Timberman
rupilofMME. MARCHES!,' Paris, and HERRGE0KG HENSCHEL,
TEACHER OF SINGING.
Miss Timberman won high prait as a singer from soma of tho
most noted celebrities in tha world during her
recent concert tour in Europe.
ERVATORY GLASS-LESSONS. PRIVATE LESSONS.
FALL TERM OPENS
Thursday, September 10, i896
TI Tnifml301 Htdlson An., Cor. Linden St.
SEND FOR PROSPECTUS'
THE MERCHANT TAILOR
Hu Moved U liU Ntw Quarters,
402 Lackawanna Avenue.
Entranca on tide next to Flt National
Dank. Ho hat now In
Comprising everything reqnlalto for floe
JlorohMit Tailoring. And tho tame can
bo ahown to advantage In tala aplte
dialy fitted up rooms.
A SPECIAL INVITATION
I Extended to All Reader ol The Trlb.
ne to Call oa "OLD RELIABLE" In Hie
M.W Business Hone-
DOSIC POWDER CO.,
ROOMS I AND 2, COUTH B'L'O'fi,
MINING AND BLASTING
MADE AT M003IC AND RUeUb
LAPLIN RAND POWDER CO'f
ORANGE QUN POWDER
Electric Batteries, Eleetria Exploders, for ex
pfodtug blasts, bafety Fuse, and
Repanno Chemical Ca's
CALL UP 3682i
OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE,
Ml TO igi MERIDIAN STREET.
II. W. COLLINS, Manager.
Pickling CncDinbers, Canll
flower, Horse-Radish Root,
Pickling Onions, Ginger
Root, Red Cabbage, Mangoes,
Hot Peppers, DHL
I E PIERCE, PI AVL MARKET
aft Xfra n'u4
Mi-, wj jot iMWell Man
10th Day. fJTjW f Mfi
THE GREAT soth
f X133XJOH ti mtyr-rTmr
prodnres tho above results In .10 ilnrs. It set!
powerfully sntl quickly. Cures when all others fell
ioiing men will rrssia their lout manhood .nrtniri
men will recover their youthful visor by 1111
KKVI VU. It quickly and surely restores Nervous
bb. Lost VltsUty, I ru potency, Nightly Emlwioat.
Lout Power, Falling Memory, Wutuut IHerSKs.sad
all effects ot aril-abuse or eieeuand iDdlieretlea.
which unnts one for stuily. bn.in.iu or n..rr,... n
not only cures by irtarttiig st the aeat ot d.iease. but
Is s great nrrvvtonle and blood bnllder, bring
ing sack the pink glow to pale cheeks and r
toting the fire of youth. It wards off tnunlty
and 'numptlon. In.lxt on ksrlng REVIVO. nc
other. It can be carried la teat r m..i
9 1 .00 per package, or six for SS.OO, with a post
; ...im Buairwatw bo rare or refanc
be money. Circular free, addreis
-! wrnirtu r- - - - -f r.HIC60.
leg sale by M AIT HEWS BROS., DrafgU
HEART LAKE, SUSQ'A CO,.
I). I CROFUT, PROPRIETOR.
THIS HOUSE Is etrlctly temperance. Is
new and well furnished and OPENED TO
THE PUBLIC TUB YEAR ROUND, Is
located midway betwoen Binghamton an!
Bcranton, on the Montrose and Lacka
wanna Railroad, elx miles from D., L.
XV. R. R. at Alford Station, and five miles
from Montrose; capacity eighty-five,
three minutes' walk from railroad station.
House situated 100 feet from the lake
wide veranda extends the entire length,
of the house, which Is 100 feet.
Row Boats, Fishing Tackle, Etc.
Free to duetts.
Altitude about 2,000 feet, equalling tn this
respect the Adirondack and Catsklll
Fine groves, plenty of shade and beautl.
ful scenery, making; a Bummer Resort un.
excelled In beauty and cheapness.
Dancing pavilion, swings. croquet
grounds, etc. COT.n BPRINO WATER
AND PLENTY OP MILK.
Rates $1 to lio Per Week. Ii.go Per Day.
Excursion tickets sold at all stations oa
X., L. W. lines.
Porter meets all trains.
THE BEST IN THE MARKET
GREAT VARIETY OF SIZES.
I CONNELL CO.,
434 L1CKAWANNA IVENU1
Vanufacturers of the Celebrate
wm hi if
100,000 Barrels per Annum
IRIHG, BLASTING MO SPORTING
tpanufactured at the Wapwallopen KU1
uuwiii. cuum, r..i ana as wit
HENRY BELIN, Jr.
General Agent for the Wyoming; District.
( WVOMINO AVENUE. Scraatoa. Ps
Third National Bank Building.
sjnrna mnn Ti.nn ri.
JOHN B SMITH A BON. I'lrmoutn, Pa.
t. n. aubuiuan, w ugrs-Barre, Fa.
iot ine nepsuw vnernicss