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THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY, JULY 9, 1901.
AN ACCLIMATED ALLIGATOR.
Iho Efforts of tho Snnko Specialist
Outdono in the Story of Mr. Oris
Fpeelal to the "Wanton Tribune
Factory vllle, .lul) .-About orn or
eight yeari ngo, Ororfio Oil-mold lincl
n young nltlRiitm hkh escaped from
Its confinement nnrl took tip Its nbodo
In XoUonils Ukr. back of Keystone
ncsdemy Nothing a' ei-n of It for
tome tlm but tr-re-Mly It lias been
teen by Fpvetnl dlffrront put Urn, and
much to tho Miipilso of Mi. lit Is
wold, one dnv list week, while In
bathing In the above lnkf his foimrr
pet came up out of thp water and
took a sun bath on a log. Mr GiIh
tvold gazed nt him for u few moments
In surprise, and then tried to ap
proach him, but Mr. Alligator gave
him n knoivlng look, winked tho other
eve and sllfl off Into the water, dis
appearing from view. Mr. Oils
wold describes him as belnpr about
four feet long, showing a gtotvth of
about three feet since he escaped
The all-absorbing question Is now
How did he become acclimated to the
ley water In winter''
An alllR-Uor of this sire would be
able to tcir one's flesh from the body
of cruh a person's limb This Is a
favorite bathing place for the towns
people and no doubt, now that a
man-eater has been dKroxererl thete,
It will be less frequented by loveis of
Frwlil to 'he sVran'on Tribune
rittston. .lul'y 8 An elderly look
ing nnn whose n.mio and dfsci'pllon
oi tuples a plate on th." fakir list of
the Lodge of Klks wai exposed heie
this moininR by A Maims, exalted
luler of the local lodge. II appealed
ut A'r Marcus's stoio this morning
n nl put up a iiilful tcij of h.ud
luck and bogged for assistance on the
plea of lodfio ainil itlon Maicus was
suspicious and bide the man tall later
In the du Mtitiua then looked over
the fakir lNt and found the tlescrlption
of a man who tallied eaetly with
that of the stranRcr. A sample of his
hand wilting was identical with tho
man's signature at the hotel In which
he had icRlstered. When the Ftiangor
reappeiicd at the stoic Jl.iutii was
ready foi him. He hid a camci.i
pet and snapped the man's picture
and then act used him of being a
fraud The fakir admitted his guilt,
and acknowledged that the dCM.rip
tlon on the lodRC tiuular wa-. th.it
of hlmselt. He said ho had been woik
lng the same lacket In all the big
When members of tho Ninth Hegl
nient weie pi.iitlclng nt tho ililo
range nt West I'ittston Situid.iy af
ternoon, William Nolan, who was per
forming the duties of taiget tcndei,
had a nnnovv escape fiom being shot
The contestants had been shooting at
the live bundled v.uei i.inge, and
had just ili.uiRcd to the sl hundted
atd lange Niil.in slipped out to
blot out the muks wheie they had
been shooting, ami a Wilkcb-Rane
man aeildcntallv shot at the wtong
lange. The bullet passed through the
llm of Nolans hat teailng It off com
pletely. Local hoisenian M. I. Pciln will
leac toniotiovv for Utlc.i, N. Y,
where ho will p.utlilpito In tho rates
this week. He shipped Satin day three
of his best head of stock, including
Exploit Jennie illennon, Sidle 1? ir
len and Clesenti). Peiin's fi lends
expert to heai a good report fiom him.
Jliss llnnii ib Thomas, of West
rittston, one of the Garden Village's
popular school te.icheis, left this
morning with 'Ix Stianton oung la
dles for a four weeks' tilp to Western
Last week m.uked the passing of the
last vestige of a scheme of a lato
vveilthv man of this ilty for the es
tablishment of a largo summer icsort
nt the head of Wyoming valley that
would hae meant much to the popu
larity and welfare of this vicinity had
not death inteiened It was the
tearing down of the liigo windwheel
or pumping station that hail supplied
the water for the residents of Sloc
um's village about a half mile below
the gap through whlih the feusque
hanna enters the beautiful alley of
Wyoming A few eais ago James
Slocum teputed as one of the inoM
wealthy men of this iiinlt .1 pion
eer settlei, conceived the idea of the
natural beauties of fscovll Island as a
resort and he had mapped out a plan
for the erection of a laige snniinoi ho
tel, the building of attiacthe drive.
The man who can hardly crawl, and
has just strength to get through a day's
work, ha9 nc strength left for family
life. He want to be quiet ; to be alone,
out of sight and sound of everybody.
What a difference between such a
man and the healthy, hearty man, who
romps with his children and rides his
laughing baby to " Banbury Cross."
What makes the difference? Usually
Siicase of the stomach, involving the
tntire digestive and nutritive system.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
cures diseases of the stomach and other
organs of digestion and nutrition. When
ihese diseases are cured the hindrance to
the proper nourishment of the body is
removed and strength comes back again.
"I am happto ay I nm Rettinn to feel fine "
write Mr A J Vandervrater. of 8rj Wert
DlvWon Street, Chicijro, III "lu all I hae
taken (it bottles of Golden Medical DHcovery
and four or fl e iat of the little ' relicts They
Juve done me world of Rood Theie tnedl.
cine have brought the great change In me
from a alow mope of 1 nun thai could hardly
crawl, tired and iek all the time, and could do
no worlc. Now 1 en 11 wortc aiecp, cm ana leei
fine, and that tired fcellnz it all going away I
am very ihaukful that I wrote tn
Hit 'Golden Medical I)lcoery' and hit little
liver 'Pellett' have alinort made a new man of
me. I feel young at I did at thirty jeart No
other doctor for me, only Dr Pierce."
Dr. Tierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser, in paper covers, is sent free on
receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to pay
expense of mailing only. Address Dr.
". V. I'lerr.. nuffalo, N. Y.
ways around It nnd the establishment
nf a trolley line to make It conven
iently reached from this city. Tho Is
land was to be fitted out as a park
nnd several pleasute steamers were
to ply the uatrrs of the "crooked riv
er " The water supply was to be ob
tained from a large aiteslnu well
wlili h was sunk, and was Immedi
ately put Into use to supply the vil
lage which .Mr. Slocum had already
commenced to build. One evening
close by the very giound On which this
giand transitu million was to be made
Mr. Slocum was run down by a Lehigh
Valley engine and Instantly killed
Relatives never made any pretense
at carrying out the plans he had for
mulated nnd Anally the Sptlng Hiook
Water company laid a pipe line to
Ding, donp, hell, Pussy's In the well,
Who put her in? Little Tommy Green,
rind the boy w ho who pulled her out?
the row of houses which form Moeum
vlllacfo, and for the past yeai have
been furnishing the water supplv
thete At the time they pinchns-ed
tho water wheel, but never removed It
until last week.
Special to the Pcranton Tribune.
Montrose, July 8. ThU town nsiin
enjovs its noimnl tempeiatuto, tor
which all its people aie trulv thankful.
Prof. AV. H Wllbnn nnd wife, of
Brooklvn, N Y aie l.itlnsr t'ommls
sloneis' Cleik W. A. Titswoith and
Dm Inp: a soxem slinwer about noon
vciterdnv, JUss Hevsle Mack, who was
enpraRed In household duties neur the
stove in the kitchen of her homo on
Chinch Mi oct, lecelvcd an electric
shock which lcndciod her unconscious
for some little time and piontiated her
for the balance of the du, but did no
seilous or pcmi.ment Injury, bever.il
other people In the nclghhoihood .it the
time distinctly felt the shock, but In a
lets deirree than Miss Mack.
Miss Mollle Smith, who has been vis
iting her patents In this place, left to
day for naue. Mass, whete she Is an
Itihtiuctor In the public school
r AV. Ciandall, of Klkland, Pa., who
Is now sojnurnlnpr at He.ut lake, was a
visitor Iti town toda.
Dr. W. It. Dunton, of Oermnntown,
Philadelphia, has opened his summer
icsldcnce, "The Wajslde," and Is en
teitalnlnp; a number of fi lends from
the cits .
James D. Smlllle, a distinguished
New York artist, accompanied by his
feons, is utoppinc; at Uosemont.
Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Hlichaid, who
have been spending several dajs with
Monti ose telatlves, returned today to
their home In Susquphanna.
One of Uncle Sam's heroes from the
Philippines nirhed In Montiosc this
morning on the Lackawanna tialn, In
the pers-on of Pilvate Heibert Shufelt,
Company r, Pot ty-seventh leglment,
t'nlted States Volunteer lnfanti, who
enlisted nt the lecrulting ofllce in
Montrose in September, 1839, and soon
after left for the Philippines, wheie he
was in aitlve service until May last,
when he was hnnorablv discharged be
cause of disabilities lecelved In battle,
having been shot in the light hip, din
ing a night attack on Dainga, In
Southern Uu.on While In the hospital
Shufelt became terribly tun down nnd
emaciated, but he Htates that the sol
dlers are given the best of food nnd
caie and he came out in a condition,
as tn flesh, that is all that he could de
Fire Aside fiom his lameness, he Is
the plctuie of roUist health.
Miss Lillian C. Richards, of Reran
ton. Is a guest at the home of Mrs. N.
Mrs Otis Tl Cook and son, Arthur,
are visiting Mr. Cook's mother, nt her
home In Lanesborn.
rteglMer and Recorder U B Tluffum
will represent Rescuo Hook and Lad
der company, No 1, of this place, at
the Five County Pliemcn's convention
nt Ttoy, Pa
Union services were held In the Meth
odist Kplscopal chutch last evening,
and a very able discourse was delivered
by the pastor, Rev. Haskell n. Bene
dict. V Nelson Barnes and family have
returned fiom a visit to relatives in
William Leander Post, of Washing
ton, D C , Is a guest at the home of D.
H. Lathi op.
fpfflal to the Fcranton Tribune.
Hophottom, July S. The extreme
heat of the past week has been the
occasion of some eases of prostration,
even among tho country villagers. M.
J. Hnitley has been seriously 111 since
Wednesday morning, but Is thought to
be slightly better, O p Robeits also
suffered a paitlai prostiatlon, but Is
now nble to bo at the station.
Mr. and Mis Lewis, of Piovidence,
R. I, are visiting their son, Rev. L.
L. Lewis. They are entertained at
the home of Mt. and Mrs. E. M. Tif
fany. Alden Benjamin met with a serious
accident while celebrating the Fourth.
A pipe had been filled with powder
and placed upright In the ground, and
hlle In the act of firing It the pow-
der was discharged Into the lad's
face, badly disfiguring him and possi
bly seriously Injuring his eyes, which
have been tightly swollen shut slnco
the accident occurred.
Miss May Ackerly and Mr. 13. Alex
nnder, of Scranton, were guests of
Miss Mvia Jackson during the past
Mt. nnd Mrs. Tiank Hell and Mr.
William Harris, of Scranton, visited
friends In town July -I.
Mrs. I3arl Yeomans Is numbered on
the sick list.
Mts. Davis nnd family, of East
Lenox, were visitors at M. J. Hart
ley's on Sunday.
fpeelal to th Scranton Tribune.
Porest City, July F. Misses Belinda
Hlggln-t and Mlldted Moran, of Car
bondale, were visiting In town today.
Alfied Davis and D K. Uramon are
Mlw nctilah Hlne, of Scranton. spent
the Tourth with I'm est City friends.
Snpeilntendent W W. Inglls, of the
Hillside company, was here Sunday.
The doctors have been busy with
thelr vaccinating needles the past few
davs, all on account of the smallpox
Mate at Simpson.
The LOliseii.itlnn of Christ Episcopal
huic.li will tako place Tuesday even
ing. Bishop Talbot and a large num
ber of the ileigy of tho diocese will bo
Piesent The rectot, Rev. J V. Btod
liead, has prepaied the following oidci
of services fm the occasion. 10 SO a.
in , consei ration, sermon, holy com
munion, pieachei, Rev. 11. L. Jonce, D.
D, lector of St. Stephen's chinch,
Wilkes. Bane, T.30 p 111., evening pr.ivci
and address, "Stone Chuichcs and
Chinch Stones," Rev. V. R Bateman.
rector Chutch of tho Oood Shepheid,
Set. ui ton: "The Chutch a C.trat MIs
slonniy Socletv " Rt. Rev. lHhelbeit
Talbot, P. D. The choir will be .insist
ed by a number of otbei slngeis In
rcndeilng the musical piogiamme.
H. L. Avery wa tendeied a pleasant
suipilsc patty on his fiftieth blrthdav,
list week, bv mcmbois of the Baptist
chinch, of which he is a trustee.
Special tn the Scranton Tribune
Honesdale, July S. Announcement
Is made nf tho coming maitlagc of
Miss Tcssle Ktllgallon, of Honesdale,
and John Pldgeon, of Carbondale.
Miss fieitiudo Rockwell has 10
tuined from Auburn, N. Y., for a
few months' visit with her Honesdale
Conductor William Pierce, "of tho
Pelawate and Hudson, Is entertaining
his brother, David Pieice, of Leavcn
Misses IMIth Lorry, Grace Salmon,
Helen Savage, Louisa Rurland, Re
becca Thompson, Messrs. William
Swift, Pied Mennei, Milton Salmon
and P. Suvrtam, composed a Jolly
party who picnicked at Beech lake to
day. Rev. and Mis Biewer, of Iowa, are
guests of the latter's biother. Ml. c .
Rev C L. Percy, of the Baptist
church, and memheib of his congiega
llon will attend the dedication of a
new Baptist church of Blooming
(Jiove, Piko county, on Wednesday of
Many of the maple trees that have
shaded the streets of Honesdale for
veais have become unsafe by dernv.
Dining a spveie shower Satin dav.
pait of a large maple was blown
down on the Methodist church cnt
ner, which completely iblocked the
The Misses Tlorence nnd Mabel God
win, nf New York cltv, arrived Friday
evening to spend the summer with
their grandmother, Mrs, Wheeler, on
The seven county organization of
the Grand Army of the Republic will
held their leunlon at Lake Lndoie on
During the severe thunder storm
Friday evening, the dwelling house of
John Rose nnd Mm of Mr. Keller, In
the Cheuy Ridge settlement, weie
struck by lightning. The buildings
werei snatteren ny tne noit, nut no
further damage was done, and no one.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Factoryvllle. Pa., July S Mrs.
Walter Reynolds and Mrs. Chas
Knapp aio taking In tho sights at
the P.ui-Atnerlcan this week
Reuben Gardner, who leccntly grad
uated at State college, ns an electric
al engineer, has nccepted a position nt
Schenectady, N Y
Mis Llz.le Wrlgley, of Cazenovh,
returned yesteiday after spending n
week hero with ft lends nnd relatives
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hllenhergei nto
entertaining ft lends from New York
Miss Blanche Staik has been entet
tnlnlng Miss Ruth Bell, of Poyntelle,
the past ten davs.
Mrs. Daniel S. Spencer and son of
Rloomsburg are guests at tho homo of
Miss Alice Dean of New York city
Is the guest of her sister Mrs. Helen
Wilson, nf Noith Main street
Miss Stella Bailey of Waverly, Ta.,
spent Sunday with her filend Mlse
Mr. William Snnver left lasi'-'Ftl-day
for Trenton, N. J., where he will
spend n month looking after business
After 30 Years.
Thos E Wood, $l ITth St , barramenlo, Cat
"One 50 cent box el Pjramlil Pile Cure pen"'
ncntly ciirrd me of piles for 10 jears I auflrreil,
underwent a til slitful operation, nearly died but
lailed to imp I J unable to walk when I
tried Tuamld Pile ( ure 1 he first application
relieed me " All PniRRl.ts fell It. Quickly
euus ecetj fottn til pile" Hook free by null
Pjramld Drue Ce, Marahill, Mich
Wall Street Review.
New oik, .lul 8 The action ot prices in to
dij'a stock market made it ctldent that verv
large financial interest were conducting tome
notable operation The cpKode ot the sccenlli
National bank failure and tne nini iaiiure in
nuflatn hac become aulticlenth clear to indicate
that they aie not of prime importance in the
Immediate Iomb imohed or In the Immediate
collateial oftccts but ai a povilblc fjmptom ol
genetal conditions they hac received fcrlous
attention 1 lie accumulation ot doubtful teeurl
ties baa alnajj proved a consequence ot a period
ot indutrial cxpinsinn, hmincvt piopcrlly and
the gcneial credit which Ij therchj caused, 'the
actual present conditions in fleuniny bears ttrlk
ine testimony to this eronomlc law. The btv
enlh National bank episode has undoubtedly in
rimed a general overhauling of collateral by the
lanks ot the Wall street district Not a little
liquidation ha I ecu imtnedlatrlv induced as a
result. In the ttock market there have been
large speculative holdlnct which were withheld
from sale onlj b reason of the support which
has teen accoided to prices by large indicates
and mrnejed interests The Indications wrrc
that a rontlrieriblc put ol this suppoit was with
drawn todav anil hi Re holdings were dialodccd
by the decline In pilees 'which wis allowed to
occur The celling w is concentrated in charade r,
the bulk of it coming from a few tock exclunge
houses which hive often acted for western nut
tllt, some of whom had become piomlnent, in
the steel trade before the formation ot Iho (.Tutted
Stales steel corporation and have been relegate 1
to the backgriund Ince the rise ot that coipors
tlon The selling attributed o this source wis
eroimous, not on! of the I nited -tjtcs ieel
storks themselves but of the inllrovl stocks
whiih led the tlunip The inunediite cause ot
the weakness of this gioup was the leported
announcement bv the Mclilson authorities that
freight latea would lie cut In the Chicago
Missouri liver terrltor In! 1" Vs the lailroids
In this terrllorv ompilc the principal prop
ertles supposed to hive been brought Into com
munity 01 IntcroM, and as theio has been a
largo spci ulatinn in tliein founded on this sup
polic,n, the hoitilltv nnnifetcl h a cutting ol
lates uiide them pcctiliail vulneuble Thrv
led the decline all div with mil occaslouil
straggling nllies on covering by lonr tiadei
In the tlnil bicik st Pui) fill in extreme lO'5,
XllsM)iirl Piiillc, s, nim, Pitlrk, J',, tchl
ton, ", and lulled Slites siofj, vUilch hid
ollercd some ieltmce iliirlng the di, suddenly
dioppul tour points under vei heiv offerin(.s
While the geurril luaikct was les acutely if
fected thcie w is some shnp looses recorded among
tie New Voik public utilities, (hi nin-t piom
Incut iiiduslriiN ami Hie cistern trunk lines and
toiler Iho declines in these rinsed frnm .1 to
T points in the principal c ies mil the mirlet
closed ill a scnii-ilcmui ilicd ivuulitiun Total
sales, I ins),s1 shum
Itallroid bonds weie well, in sinipilhy with
atmks lotal site, par value, sJ,0iAit I s
icfundlng 2i advanced 'i per rent, on the last
The following quolitions are furnished Til
Tribune I v M s ,lr,lan tt Co, 100ms "'. "' t
Ueara building, Scranton, Pa. lelephone 500.1:
Open- High. I.ow clos
ing. est. eat. ing
Vmerlnn Ru-ir Ill 111 110 111)
Atchison Mi4 M2 W4 M)
Atchison Pr 10)U 1IMU HM', Imi1
llrook. Iractlon fl si4 70' 7J'a
Pair, k Ohio lo.i', in.-, lOi'j lot
tout. Tobuco S is 1.7 iiT
(he A, Ohio 47"j 47'j 1', l
(hie A. t.t. West V -! 'it 11
st. Paul I,JS Vl lM's lo"s
ltock Island IjO'j 1.1 1I UO
han .V.Tcv.Pr dV, i M "',,
Louis. .V Nisi 1W' lfroa l(h,, llh.s,
Man. 1 levatcd 1JI l.M 1I7 ll
Met 'luction 171 171 K.i H.)
MUo Paeiflc lll'l 11. 'i lC,it 10 Hi
southern Pacflo Si1 ft-", 51 Sl
.Noifolk K We.t 40', Soj 4li 50a
N Cential !17., l7'j 111 loOi
Out K Western ."i3! Ti' .r., 31',
Penui It It Ill'; lP'i lim, 117
Pacific Mail 10 40i3 os'4 ..sij
Heading Ilv 13, 41', 4'' 4.',
Heading Itv , I'r. 70 7P 771i 77,
.southern It It '1 3t 51 6
South It It, Pr Ml fui4 i S-,
Tenn Coal K Iron .... fii i fi.'i fli
t s leather 1 'J II', II n'i
I s leather, Pr 7s' Ts", 77'i 77,
t S Itubher '21'i I1U S0ia -JOij
I nion Paciili- 107 Ills lnj 10J
I nion Pielflc, Tr. . ... 00 .i)2 Ri'i
Wabash, Pr 4i,s il''h 4IH3 40ij
Wstrrn I'nion DJ oj fifli, ol
fol Fuel Iron Ill Ut 10 105
Vmal (opper 12.! Ml Ut3 11
People's t.as 1174 117'j 11, HI
Irie IJ 4Ji, Ml3 .",9s,
1-ne, lit 71 7ll, f. l'a e T
(ol So ll, H3i II II
Texas Pacific 44'4 !( Vt 4IV
Vm Car Foundry tJ' "-" .VO- TO",
I sfP ( o in , 47 u (ut
U. h. Meel Co, Pr fmij 0.'', o,i, 01,
NLW 0HK filtVIN MVnKFT
Open lUch- Low. flos
W11HAT ing est. est Ing
September 70, 7o 7m i 701
Peeemler 725 "u 7J't 72'
eeplcmber SI M'i 80'8 S11
Scranton Boaid of Trnde Exchango
Quotations All Quotations Based
on Par of 100.
SsTOrhS nid Asked,
first National Panic 1200
Scranton Savings lank 3V) ...
Third N'allonil Bank 4o
Ilime Deposit and Discount Dank . 27J ...
Icononiv Light, II K I To 4a
laeka Tnist Safe Deposit Co
Clark A Snovcr Co, Pr
f-ennton Iron Fence K Mlg Co.. ,
fvninten Axle Works .
la kiwinni Dalrv Co, Pr . ...
County Savings Hank k Trust Co,.
1 irst National Hank (Carbondale) ,
Stardaid Drilling Co
Tiadert' National Bank
Scranton Poll and Nut Co
People's Iljnk ,,
New Mexico n.v i. (' ( o
Scranton Passenger Hallway, first
Mortgage, due 10-20
People t Street Railway, first mnrt.
gage, due 1918
People's Street Hiilway, General
mortgage, due 1921
Dickson Manufacturing Co . . . ,
Laeka Township School S per cent
Lit) ef Scranton st imp 0 per
Scranton Traction fl per cent .... 115
Scranton Wholesale Market.
(Corereted by II fi Dale, 27 laekautnna Av )
nmter-Kre.li, 20Vaa2lc.j daliy, frMh, 10U
Cheese-lull cream, new, 10iJlUi
.RC1Vcttein It fill, ll'iallc , nearby state,
tteans-Per bushel, rholce marrow, 2 60a2nl
Pek ' (leans Per buvhel, choice marrow, $2 331
Medium Pean-Per bushels, tt (0a$3 4J.
liieen Peas-Per bushelea, Jl 0al 15
Hour-Pest patent, per tmrel, 43
nd Kldnev Detns Per bushel, w 4ja; 50,
Potatoe Per bushel, MaOOe.
Philadelphia drain nnd Produce.
Philadelphia, July 8 Wheat-Pie lower; en.
tract gradi lul, iafVOjc Coin le higher;
No 2 mixedTMulv, t'JalOc. Oats-lirm and le,
h'gher; No. 2 white clipped, 33c. Butter
Htm, piintt, le. Iilgher; fanev western cream,
er, lH.c.t do, do pilnti, 20c.; do. nearby
do . 22c. i:,'S Pull, uncharged; fresh nearby,
THE TRIBUNE'S "WANT"
4 Lines 10 Cents
More Than Pour Llnct, 3 Cents (or lUch Extra Line.
About 1 200 feet of floor space on
4th floor of the Tribune building,
su'table for light maufacturing. In
cluding heat, light and power.
Enquire at office of
I Oil nKM'-Kleht ronm, 73J Jefleron aenue;
all modern cnnienlencea '
fOH ni.srroom home, corner Wayne avenue
and Putnam tret, hot and mid """
rnre but amall family need apply. I'M wajne
WD OltEK.V mnci; STItKET. ten room, modern
lmproementaj iteam heat lurnUhed; ociir.
ALCIIOV SAt U-Thuraday, July 11, at 10 a in ,
balance of the contents ol the Westminster
hotel, .1.' bcdioom suit. 7tf carpets, 11 tables,
ottliL desk, fOroom annunciator, nramhall k
Dean nnj.es and broilers, copper cooking uttn
elK bed ind table linen, pictures, crockery
steam Hble, plate warmer, Ice cieam freezer,
roflee mill, cale, mirrors, etc., etc , will he
told without reserve fc. M. .strong, auctioneer
1 Oil SALK Six head work horses, one weighing
l.sno ounds, two pilr driving houcs,
matched. tan be tccn at the United Mates
hotel, 11 Penn avenue.
10U SUM Vox terrier thoroughbreds nicely
maikcd, cheap A. J. Shneil, .U Penn ave.
KM nPNI tt lake Sheridan, a very desirable
furnished cottage. Call on or address Y, C.
Diiggs, Mcholson, Pa
10U hVM. -V pretty saddle horse, seventeen
hands high, will drive any way. Address
"It." this office.
lOlt SvLK-hodA fountain, cheap C. K. Cooper,
tot last Market street, Kianton.
lOIt SvLL A Cottiell i hons cllnder press,
aix3fl. In good condition, new lolleis, $..00
Aipl likes llarre limes Oftlcc, Wilket narre,
U'jiltc, d,. vveslein, llalle . do south
western, 12V-C , do soiithrn l.'c Cheese
lasler, N Y full cieains, fancy small, 'J'.a
0sc 1 do do d.i , fair to choice, S'ja'ic. lie
lined augars-tjuict, but stead. (otton Ue.
lower, middling uplands, 00. Tallow Steady.
(Ity prime in hhds , 3',r , country do do.
bids, 4i 'e , cakes, 5'ac Live poultry
linn, good riennnd. fowls, 13c J old roosters,
"'basi , spring chickens, ljaJOe ; tprlng duiks,
lie , old ducks, 10c. Dressed potiltr t'n
chinged, fowls, ehnice, ltc , do filr to good,
lOalo'-c, old roostcis, h'-c , broileis, ncarb,
1m2"k , westen do, 1 aiA
Itecelpts-Heur, 1,300 birreN, and 000,000
pomuls in sacks, wheat, .,000 buslirls com,
61,0(H1 bushels, oats, 0 000 bushels shipments
Wheat ihi bushels, corn, Uio.ooo bushels, oats,
New York Grain and Produce.
New iiik, tuly S Hour Weak and 5 to He,
lower all aiound, Minn patent, $.IHn!w), 1I1.
bikers, 2 M it 10; do. siralghts, ?.! J3al oO, d
cxtias, svjsin'iM, do low grades, sjiOiJto.
Wheit Spot wcik, No .' led. 7.'e. f. 0 b.
atloji, and 70'4c elevator. No l northern Dul
nth, 723ec f o. b aboit Options generally weak
and heavy all da , closed weak and l?sa2'c.
net lowei Jul dosed ,0'ic , Sept, 70!c ,
O.t, 70V ; Hcc , 72'jc lorn-Spot flrinn,
.No 1. 50'ic elevator, and V2',c f. o b afloat
Options opened firm and was well siistiiiicd ill
eh Closed tlrm at '4c net .advance Jul
closed Wsc ; Sept, Sl'ac Oct, fil'r. Oais
101 moncr. No i, Jl'Cc , No .1, 31c ,
No J white, Sjijc. No. 3 white, 3l'sC , trael,
mixed westein, Stat'i'.c ; track white, 31'fcaTJc
Options firm and nikher on crop a''vicea and
with corn llutter W'eik; creamei, lialOkc i
facor, Hilj',.ci imitation cieanur, Hal7c ;
state daii, HalS'jc ( heese ljulet; fancy
laign coloicd, tic i do do. white, 9c ", fane
sin ill, coloicd, Ba9 e ; elo do. white, Oi'i'sc
1 ggs Irregular; stale and I'enni , Itallc ,
western, uncandlcd, l)al2i2c ; western, candled,
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chicago, July S lower cables ind excellent
crop piospects weie bear fictors in the wheal
market oda.v, and September closed an even cent
uneler the final ngurcs of Saturda). September
coin closed s,c higher, and oats were aTaC.
higher, while provisions closed weaker fiom 5 to
30 cents lower. Cash quotations were as fol
lows; I lour Dull and easv , No 3 spring wheat. 61
afU'e , N11 I red, filaiS3',c, No 2 corn, 4fiV'.,
No 2 cl!ow, IhV ; No. 2 oats, 30'iitl'jC ,
No 2 while. 32'3C , No. 3 while, 31'4a.!2e ,
No 2 r)e, VJ'tV., No 1 flax seed, $1 B, No 1
northwestern, tl 8?. prime titnothv seed, H 10,
mesa pork, 1 1 7iaU W); lard. R 30a 52'a, short
ribs, $7 72'ia7 03; di Halted shouldeis. 7a7'4c;
short clear ide, JS lOiSji), vvhiske), Jl 27.
Chicago Live Stock Market.
( hicago, July 8 Cattle Receipts, 22,000. in
eluding 1,400 fexaiis. good to choico cattle,
fiim, others, ! , butchers stock, steady to
slow, 'lexaiw, steadv, except common, .)20a
e)40, poor to medium, jliJlO, ttockeia and
fecderv, weak, $2.oal 10. cows, $2 13aliO, Jiflf
ers, $2 WHt 00, cmner, 2at, bulla, choice,
Aim. others, slow, $2 tOal V), calves, slow,
$1 25a 23, Texas tteers, fJ I3a5 20, Texat bulls,
J2 Mia t M
Hogs Receipts todav, 2S,ooO, tomorrow, ',
000,, left ovei estimated, 1 son, .teael, top,
113, mixed and buteh.it, $VTOa6 0, good to
choice heavy. $3S3aol3, roush heav.v, ii 70a
DM, light, $3 70a. bulk nf sales, 5Ma0V
SI eep neceipts, 20,000, sheep and lambs. IV
higher, arllvc, Idaho range lambs, up to h So
(,ood to ehoiee wethers, .' 40al 13, fair to choice
mixed, iMaJ73, western sheep, $.1 Hat 13, vear
ling', fiftiallV; native lambs, JU5.23, western
lambs, $.1 73a 3 CO,
Buffalo Live Stock.
last Buffalo, lul) , Cattle closed dull, ex-p-it,
.trietly fancy, Wfflafi, choice to extra ex
port, $S65aS75. good to best, $313a5M; thlp
pmg steers, 5a3JV, export bulls, choice, to
extra, $lal 23, good to choice hutchera' steers,
$1 !5alM3, good to best butchers' steers, !jl 13a
4 10, pood to best fat bulls, $W4 23, jearllng
steers, good to choice, J.lf")allO, common to
filr -lo, I23eltvfl; fat heifers, choice to exlia,
$1 lOalfiO Canidx stock. Calves, choice to e
Ira, R.) 53a4 15, good lo ehoiee do, .) 50al 73,
feeders, good to cxtra, flat J3; calves, choice
tn extn, tiTJirt, good to choice, f3J0a3 73,
Michigan calves. $3 50a I 75
Shrcp and lambs stead) , spring lamb", choice
to extn, $25aH50; good to choice. $flio23,
)carllngs, ?l V)al 75, theep, mixed, -iiOaJt0,
export welhers, Hal 23; export ewes, ft 71
llogs Vitlve demand, the mailct was firm and
lOilV hlgler, heavy. ? Oifl (3; mixed, 116 (Ox
hVi. vorkers-. $6 2016 13, p'ga, 5.30j6J3, rough,
$3 50a3H3, stags, $1 50a3
New York Live Stock Market.
New nrk, July 8 Beeves, active prlees
steady to shade higher; .tceia. ft lOaSFS, stags,
(I 73, hulls Wat, low., 2a4
( alvct-vctlve for all torts, veals opened H
hlclier: come late sales, $ 25 higher, butter
milks, 75e. higher; veals, $ta6 30, buttermllkt,
2 75aJ 50
sheep and limU Market bil.k on light sup
nlvi sheen. 10 to 23c. higher: lambs. W. high
er en top grades, under grades, 3ft to
higher, sheep, tlal 40, lambs, I3a7, milt,
I23al50, few vraillngs, l 50
llogv Maiket 2e hlghei, wes.ern hogs, or
iliiiai), (o25, Mate bogs, sfi 13art 33.
East Liberty Cattle.
I a.t Libcilv, lulv S -Cattle-sfai)e extra,
5V)6sVi, prime, $ HOart ,3, good, jiJOi'ijO
Hots Active and higher, prime heavies and
mediums, rt2"ao0, be.t vnrkeit, $3 23aH 50,
ilght vorken an I pigs, b20ao23i eommoii to
fair voikert, Jti I3ab 20, skips, 3a0, tuugh.,
U 25a3 75
Sheep Higher; best wetheis $33a(, mils
and common. I150a2 50, jearlings, (2 50al50,
veal calves, J8 50a7.
Oil City. July -Credit balaneei. 105; rertlfl.
catet. no bids or oflen. Runt, three djys, 2t,.
,vi; average, 3,527. bhlpmenU, three di)l,
JM; avenge, 00.612.
ATH-An Intelligent (Pmlinllc) lad or sen
tleinan to All a Unlit, pleaMnl pnlton;
sond paj, It auitahlc. Aildreu P. O. Ilox 20,
Help Wanted Male.
W.TH-A baker at Uolnwawr'a, 311 Penn
UASn D-lmir filler bumh inakern. clear
irker and tobaico Mrlppen llccker llio ,
Oil nohlruon street.
PAINTMtS WANT Mi
Park. At Lincoln avenue, West
Help Wanted Female.
H'ANlM-:ood ironers at tvstal l-aundr.
WANThP Ladies or gentlemen, salar seven!
file dollaia per nonth and expenses to travel
No ranvasslng, titty dollars per month at borne,
ateady emplnment. tall at Cirand Central Hotel
BRANCH WANT OFFICES.
Want Advertisements Will Be
Received nt Any of the Follow
ing Drug Stores Until 10 P. M.
ALP.I RT SCHLUT7, corner Mulberry
street and Webster avenue
GUS1AV riCHLL, 630 Adams avenue.
OLORGK W. JF.NKINS, 101 South Main
South Scranton '
FRLD L. TLRPPL", 720 Cedar avenue.
GEO. W. DAVIS, corner North
avenue and Market street.
CIIARL1S P. JON1S, 1337 Dickson
r J JOHNS, fi-20 Green Ridge street
C. LORLN, corner Washington ave
nue and Maiion street.
V. II KMPFFL,
1017 Irving avenue.
J O. BONG A. SON.
Rooms and Board.
LARGE front room with board for two gentle
men, 416 Adams avenue
WANTKD Table boarders. Mrs. 'lompkim, Mt
Money to Loan.
JJJO.OOO TO LOW lowest rates; ttralsht or
monthly payments Stark & Co .tradeit' bldg.
ANY AMOUNT OF MONEY TO LOAN-Quick,
stral.-I t leans or Building and Loan At
from 4 to 6 per cent. Call on N V. Walker,
Sit 313 Connell building.
IOir black cow, no boins ind m till. Re
turn to John ( apcuu, Olyphant, I'i
IOU RLNT One large furnished front toom;
also one tide room. 537 Adams avenue.
WIIT, 1 KB
coiiHiicment cases at my home
A DlTniGOS CLUVNS PRIVY VAULTS AND
cesa pools, no odor; only impiovcd pumps used
A. B Hrlggs, proprietor. leave orders 1100
North Main avenue, or Eickc'a drug store, cor
ner Adams and Mulberry. Both telephones.
SirivriO", WVNn-.D-B a jnung man. as 1
first-class ttenogripher Adduvss "stcno,"
SUUA1IOV WANIlli-tly a oung man, well
recommended, willing to work at am thing,
cheap, with boaid. Addicts K. M , 511 Meridian
blTl VTIOV W N1I.D-Ry a middle aged woman
as housekeepci in wi lower's family . ean give
refeicnco. Call on or adhe-s l. 11, 115 South
Rebecca avenue, cianton, Pa
Sill MION WNril)-By joung Kirl as nurse
Call at 61S River street, south side
MU'AIION W NTI l)-l,lrl wants situation at
geneial housework t,ood -tcsdv girl d
dreiss VI, Hochfurd, l.rncul Dclivci), Wct Sida
SlTl'MION WANll.ll-V tiit elas coiehman de
sires a situation with a pilvate familv
Capable, srber and reliable anl understands iIm
1 uine- tlmroiikhlv . wilh leliicnccs. Addicts
(oaihman No .11 Penn avenue
blllHTlOV W NTI D-toaehmaii desires a sit
uation with .1 pinite famll) , capable man,
strictly temperate and tellable, with good lelei
encci, Addic&s (.oachnun, AH Penn avenue,
At Boston R II U
Washington 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 rv-1 .
Boston 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 .1 " '1
Batteries Carrlck and Clarke, Cuppy and
Crlgtr Lmpne Connolly.
At Phlladlphla- R II F
Baltimore 0 0 0 t 1 I 0 0 (V-s 11 5
Philadelphia 0 2 0 0.10110-7 0 1
Batteries Nops and Itohlnson, Plank and
Powctt. Umplies Sheridan and Manavau,
Brttou n 11 1:
21000000 x 5
Ballerlct-Nh hols and hlttrtdge,
Zimmcr. Lmplic Naih
At Cincinnati- It II
New 3ork 11 0 1002 2 0-) Ij 2
Cincinnati 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 01 h 0
llattriles Vlatthewfon and Warner; Scott anl
Bergen Implie Itehle.
M Chicago- It II
Philadelphia ..0000000010 1 0
Chleagn 000 0 0 000 11-2 10 0
Mattel les DugKlebv ind MeFarland; latonand
Kline linplrc Cunnlnaham.
t St. Louit- R Ml 1
Ilmiklvn 000 10 203 1-7 12 2
M louis I Oi) I 0 1 I 0 2-0 I) 2
llittrrlcs Donovan and MiGuire, Powell and
ll)au I mpire-ll Dae
Provlder.te, I, vjontieal, fl.
S)ranie, 1, Rochester, .1.
Worcester, 2, Toronto, I.
Ilattfcrd, tl, nuffalo, 0
AMATUER BASE DALL NOTES.
The mpleft of Wentt k Duffy't chtllepge
the einpIo)et ef the Clock Tehaceo compmy fo;
a gam) of bate ball at Lake Lndort en Grocers'
di), July 15. Plena tntwer threuch The Trib
une. M. XftWt, hianafer; A. G. Neab't, captiin.
3 Insertions 25 Cents
More Thin Four Llnei, A Cent for Each Extra Line,
Certified Public Accountant.
l.DWMll) C. SPA11LD1NO, 23 TRADERS tUNix
DAVIS, ARCHITLCT, CONNELJj
HtLDI.RICK L. I1ROWX, ARCH. P., REAL
Kstate Kxchange llldg , 12. Washington at.
Civil and Mining Engineers.
II. L. lURDINO, 600 COSNFLL DUII.DINO.
DR. C. L'. FILKNI1LIIOER, rAULp IILDINoT
spruce street, Scranton.
DR. 0. C. LAUDACII. 115 WYOMING AVENUE.
HtANK p. nOLK. ATIOnvnY.AT!.AV.
Rooms 12, 14, IS and 1 Burr building.
f. K. TRACY.VrT'V.COUMONWEALTH DLUO.
0, n RF.PLO0LF, ATTORNEY-LOANS 1SEG0.
tlated en real estate tecurlty. Heart building,
corner Washington avenue and Spruce street.
MILLARD, WVRRFV A. KVArP. ATTORNE3
and counsellors at law. Republican building,
J1SSUP A. Jlbst'P. AnORNlS AND COtlV.
sellors at law. Commonwealth building. Rooms
19, 20 and 21.
KDtvvnD w inwpn, attornkv.
M3C04, Oth floor. Mcart building.
L. A WTR1S. AITORNLY-ATLAW, UOARD
of Trade building, Scranton, Ta.
PATTIRSOV A WILCOX, TRADERS' .VATIONAfc
C COM10YS. 0 13 RIPURIICVN BUILDING
A W Bl RTIIOI V, OF1 1CK
211 Woming avenue.
MOVED TO NO.
Physicians nnd Sugeons.
DR W. F. Al LLN, Hi RTuVasTiTnGTOV
DR S W I.'AMOnnvUV. OFFICE 3.19 WASH.
Ington avenue Residence, 1311 Mulbirry
Chronh disease, lungs, heart, kidneys and
genlto urinary organs a specialty. Hours, 1
to 4 p m
Hotels and Rfcsturants,
THE UK CrE. 123 AND 127 FRANKLIN
avenue. Ralea reasonable.
P. ZriOLER, Proprietor.
KCR NTOV HOUST. NEAR D , L. & W TAI-
sengcr depot. Conducted on the European
Plan MCTOR KOCH. Proprietor.
G. R CLvRP.K k CO, SEEDSMEN AND NtlRS.
ermen, store 201 Washington avenua; greet
bouses, 1950 North Main avenue; atort tela
JOSIPH KUITTFL, REAR" 51 LACK aTaVeT
Scranton, Pa , manufacturer of Wire Screens
Dill sVIAMNG TOR CHIT DRKN TO ORDFr"
alo ladles' waists. Louia Shoemaker, 213
MlfiARGHl BROt, PRINTrRS' SUPPLIES, EV-
xelopes, paper bags, twine, Warehouse, 130
Washington avenue, Scranton. Pa.
THE Wn.KFSBHRE RtCORD CAN BE II VD
in Scranton at the news stands of Reisman
Bros , 400 spruce ind 50J Linden; VI. Norton,
f.'2 Lackawanna avenue, I, S. Schutter, 211
Iltl MID 01. I WMIN1 IIS (andidates for the of
Mee of mine in-pectois In the Hrst and See
ond Inspect! n districts uie hereby notified that
the boaid of examines appointrd b the eouit
ol eiuiinioii 1 leas ol lukiwanna eountv will meet
at the lit inl of eontinl moms, ( it) Hall, in lie
('itv if sirinliin, en lursdav, lul IK, viO, at J
o'eloek p 111 for the eximmatlon rf such candi
dales as ma appear before them Candidal.
will p!cas nm 11 1 that eition il of the minf
liw rrepiliea t lis 111 l. pioiluee sitisfsetor.v evi
elence tn the Imaid of having had at least fle
.viars praeiieil experience in the anthucite eoa
mines of Pennslvan a
IOIIN 1 SNHHR,
IVMIs 1 MORRISON,
I. MIL BONN, (leik
Till, VNNI M, Ml I IPli of the stockholders it
the Scranton Laee ( uitalu companv, for tie
election of olheers and transaction of such othi
business us mai come before the meeting, wll
be held In the otlir of Ihe coinpan). in the mill,
on Tucsda.v, Julv Hlh lsil. at 2 p m
Ihe S11 niton be ( intain Co,
II v PWIOR, S-eretar)
K. - Vv -k ssvys. S "-Svtl u J K. ,
Money Will Earn Big Monthly
The Inv estor's 1 und Pa)s Semi monthly
The oldest etaHihed in menca No certifleati
holder has ever lost s cent Paments made te
all subscribers everv 15 da)t No tiouble N
delay Monev refunded on riemard Write to
da) for particulars free to any address
C 1" Maekcy k Co, Hudson Bld'g , New VorU
Paying 3y2 to 5.
CanaJa Southern Railway Co,
itt Mtg ss, J. A .1., 190S.
Gbosa. & Ohio Railway Co.
K. & A. Div. itt Con. 41, J eS J , i98o.
Edison Elec. Illm, Co, of New YorK
Itt Con, Mtg s J et J , 1495,
Evans vllle & Terra Hante R. R. Co,
itt Con. Mtg. At, J. et J , ioji.
Iowa Central Railway Co.
I st Mtg, as, J, & D, 103R.
Mobile & Ohio Railway Co.
Mont Div., itt Mtg. s. P. &A., 1047.
N. Y. Gas. Elec. Light Heat & P'r.Co,
Purchase Money 4s, P A A., 1949
Now York, Chicago SSt.LoulsR.R, Co.
1st Htg. 4s, A & ).. I9J;.
N. Y Ontario A Western Ry. Co;
I st Mtg 4s, M, &.S , 1991.
Oregon Short Line Railway Co.
itt Con. Mtg. st, J, A J., 1946.
St. L. Merchants' Bridge Ter'l. Ry.Co.
lit Mtg 5, A &O, i9io.
Milwaukee Elec. Railway. & Light Co.
A per ctnt. Preferred Stock.
Complete riescrlptlve circular of thete
and other securities furnished upon ap
Spencer Trask 5 Co.
27.29 Pine Street,
65 State St., Albany, New York