Newspaper Page Text
THE SCRANXOiV TKIBIUNIS-WEDNESDAY, JVLX 2i, IDOl.
BAD TALE OF A TRAMP AND
It Was Hand Painted and Otherwise
Beautifully Executed, but It Laid
Him Low and tho Undertaker Did
the Rest Bright Ponr.ilings of Re
cent Happenings in Tumultuous
Ipecial to the Scranton Tribune.
SuMuchanna. July 23. Months after
Mr. and Mr. Mt-Uill, of Susquehanna,
were married there whs not n cloud to
mar their perfet-f happiness becattve
they boarded. Mrs. McUIIl, In her
Klrlhnod days, had thnnipcil the life
out of tbe piano and painted blue bull
froEP, while her mother danced the
two. step about the kitchen and played
solos upon the washboard. Hence Mrs.
McOM'a knowledge of rooking was
limited. When the couple went to
housekeeping, Mr. McOlll occasionally
dropped a delicate hint about his
nothei'p cakes and pies. Ills wife
.lldn't cry. She only compiessed her lips
said a few things under her breath
and decided to master the art of cook
ing If It took all summer. I.,rst Wed
nesday, after two boms of faithful
work, the baked a beautiful pie. She
painted nice green loses upon the top
In water colors Hiid set It upon a dec
orated plate. It looked stunning and
Mis. MrGlll was proud.
Before the night a ragged and tiavel
stalned wandeier came to her door. He
was hungry and -Mrs. Mcfilll In her
big heartedness, gave him the pie. The
tramp muttered his thanks and am
bled away. Tho next morning the
early milkman found the wanderer In
the highway, "cold and stiff In death.
In hi left hand tho poor fellow held a
shingle, upon which he had written, In
his dying moment-. "I nte the pie the
woman gave me." The burled him at
night under a hickory tree.
In Republican politics of Susquehan
na county, Thomas KUrood, of Great
Bend, appears to be an Issue.
The Montrose Fair will be held on
Tuesday and Wednesday, October 1 and
The Hlnkley family reunion will be
held on the Dlmock Camp grounds on
Saturday. August 3.
The late Henry Abel, of Gibson, be
queathed the greater part of Ills prop
erty to the prohibition parts of Sus
quehanna county. Abels lelatives re
ceived but a small slice of the con
Over one hundred Susquehanna
county families are preparing for family
reunions. It will be a gieat season for
A FAMILY OF SNAKE KIL.L1CHS.
The Osterhout family, of Deep Hol
low, are tho most famous rattlesnake
anil wildcat hunters In northern Penn
sylvania. For years Herman Oster
hout, the head of the family, has
tramped over the hills of Susquehanna,
Wayne and I'lke counties, catching
rattlesnakes for New York and Phila
delphia museums. He carries a forked
stick and a big bag. The oil from the
dead snakes Is exti acted and sold to
the manufacturers of a cuic for rheu
matism In Philadelphia.
Osterhout has been bitten by rattle
snakes. Hf has killed more wildcats
than any other man in the state. He
has a record of 127 cats killed. The
bounty paid by the county and the
hides have brought him hundreds of
dollars, hast week, while In search ot
snakes, he was attacked by a wild cat,
and In the scrimmage man and cat fell
Into an old well fifteen feet deep, when
the battle was renewed. Osterhout
finally secured a loose stono fiom tho
wall and killed the cat. Mm, Osterhout
is an experienced huntress, and she
accompanies her husband on many of
his trips, She has killed and captured
scores of rattlesnakes and has killed
many eats. It is said that the Oster
hout's have a rattlesnake dinner every
A well known Honesdale shoe "drum
mer" tells the following good one on
himself. While driving through tho
eastern part of the state, not long since
he reached a hotel in a little village.
He gave his team in charge of a negro
In the bain and went into the hotel
to get dinner. He was greeted by a
very handsome white woman. Tho
drummer told the lady that the nejjio
hostler at the barn had taken chat go
of his team. "But that's not the host
ler," replied the lady; "that's my hus
band!" The drummer was astounded, but ho
managed to remark that It was an
unusual circumstance. "I will tell you
a little of my life's history," said tho
hostess. "When 1 was a girl I had just
two chances to get married one from a
drummer, and the other fiom a negro,
and I chose the negro:"
The 6hoe man tlnished his dinner In
FLOATSAM AND JETSAM.
Ftrtt some sunhlne, then a shower
And cic Ions tins vvoiid will he '
Itcady fcr the banquet hour
An enormous (noisier.
There Is one thing to be said In
favor of the Delawaie and Hudson's
train and .station men you can usually
nsk one of them a question without
being told to "go to the and find
When the managers of Carbondale's
Feml centennial exhibition are casting
about for cuilos and relics, they ought
not to forget the rattledebang electric
ears now running, steadily by jerks
through the city. They are burlesques
on wjiat modern cars should be.
Lake Lodore, on the Delaware &
Hudson's Honesdalo branch, Is one of
the moat picturesque spots In north
eastern Pennsylvania. It will become
more and tnoro popular as the years
roll by. The man who christened the
pretty resort has poetry in his soul.
The condition of Colonel William H.
Telford Is little changed. He Is in a
very serious condition.
Crops and tho smaller fruits are
Ighlng for rain.
The late Judge Alfred Darte was well
known to the visitors of Susquehanna
county), who will deeply regret his
death. Green be his memory.
a numner of persons were Immersed
in the river, on the Oakland side, on
Sunday nfternon. They were members
of the Avenue Methodist church, Oak
The local labor contention Is still
with us as big as life and twice as
stubborn., A etrlke Is an expenshe
luxury. It 19 at Its best when It Is
HUSBANDS TO BUItN.
Two women, one widowed three
times and a maiden of uncertain sum
mers, were recently comparing notes.
The widow said her first husband was
a sickly man. They lived happily to
gether for several years. The he sick
ened nnd died. She had the remains
cremated. Her second husband was a
robust man, They lived happily to
gether for several years. Consumption
tarried him away. Tho widow cremat
ed the remains and placed the ashes
beside those ot No, I. Her third hus
band was a drummet. They lived hap
pily together for several years. Then
he was killed in railroad accident out
weat. The company sent the remains
home, and the widow had them cremat
ed. The ashes were placed upon the
Can you read
shelf beside those of number 1 and 2.
"Its scorns strange," remarked the
maiden to the widow, "that 1 can't get
one husband when you have husbands
Jt'ST UKTWEEN lS.
Hlfih M'hool graduate; No. they do
not use a snow plow In preparing the
soli for winter weather.
Adam Phule, (Forest City) a good
way to get rid of superfluous hair Is
to let your wife catch you kissing the
Tho great question In not whether
the constitution follows the flag, but
whether the constitution follows the In
dependence. Lightning and a mine mule seldom
strike twice itr tho isamc place, for the
reason that there Is mighty little left
of the place after they have struck
Drowning accidents are moie than
numerous this season. Learn to swim
before you go near the water. In the
language of the poet:
"O, mother, my 1 go out to swim!"
"Vc, my charming daughter.
Just banc: your clothe on a hh-kory limb,
llut don't ;o near the water."
Ipecial to the Scranton Tribune.
Honesdale, July 23. Mrs. C. E. ros
ter and little son, Clarence, are with
the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mason, of Green Ridge.
Mr. and Mrs. Al. Blandln, of Pitts
torr, are guests of Mr. Blandln's par
ents, on Maple avenue.
The Erie Sunday excursion to Ring
hamton took nfteen from East Hones
dalo and seventy from the union sta
tion. Since Honesdale ladles have ceased
to wear straw hats, the horses have
commenced wearing them.
The Misses Mabel and Florence (Jod
wln left today for a week's sojourn
at Lake 'Wlnola.
Mr. Otto Teaubner Is at present as
sisting the bookkeepers In the Hones
dalo National bank.
During the early Monday morning
hours, tho Delaware nnd Hudson night
watchman nnd operator were startled
by a cry for help, which they were
puzzled to locate, They finally found
it came from the retail coal pockets.
Upon Investigating tho cause, they
found a belated traveler, overcome by
tho heat and otherwise, had lost bis
bearing.- and had taken the railroad
track tor tho sidewalk. This led him
to the coal pockets, where he fell In,
I!y means of a ladder, lie was rescued,
considerably bruised. He condemned
tho open holes sfvetoly, but had they
been r I fined, a few yards further on
he would time stopped from tho tres
tllng and prohably never have told
that he was a stranger in town.
Tho New Vork city fresh air boys,
now being entertained here, arc amus
ing themselves on the Diamond field.
In tho several games played on the
h'llk Mill grounds, they have given
the countrj hoys some new pointers,
and proved to be the winners.
Speolal to the Scranton Tribune.
Lake Wlnola, July 23, Thn Wlnola
season Is again upon us irnd the
warmth that seems to have been gen
eral all over the country 1ms served to
hlglrtcn the enthusiasm of thu de
votees of this favorite and popular re
sort, Tho cottagers have been hero
since early June, enjoying tho Hire
tlshlng, boating and bathing.
Tiro D. M. I, club will meet at the
Clifton Hotel Sunday, July 28.
A shooting contest wau held on tho
Clifton grounds yesterday, Hldnoy
Ilesenbluth, of Wllkes-Burre; A!. T.
Keane, of ninghamton, and II. CI. Ey
non, of Scranton, won tho honors.
One of the most select and enjoy
able events of tho season wus the
shirt-waist hop held at the Clifton
Hotel Saturday. July 20. The spacious
porcnes weto thronged with the fash
lonable life nf tint mifrniinHint, .itta..
especially of Scranton, Philadelphia
and Wllkes-Barre. The launches car
ried the cottagers to and from the
hotel, This was the event ofvthe sea
son at Lake Wlnola. Those present
had a very enjoyable time, as .they
acknowledged their appreciation of by
applauding after each number' that
A grand shirt-waist bop will be
given at the Hotel Clifton Saturday,
July 27. Every effort will be made
to make this a grand event. Several
of the Thirteenth Iteglment band will
on their return from camp, assist Prof.
Rennle at the hop Saturday evenln.,
and will give a sacred concert on
the piazza Sunday afternoon.
Miss Clara Anspach and Miss Mat
tie Andrews, of Philadelphia, are
guests of the Clifton Hotel.
Special to the Scrsnton Ttibunt.
Montrose, July 23. The factional
freht In the Republican camp Is wax
ing hotter as the date of tho patty
primaries approaches. There aie likely
to be contests over the election of dele
gates In two of the three wards of this
borough. Both sides assert their confi
dence of victory, but the only thing
that can be foretold with absolute ac
curacy regarding tho contest Is that
somebody Is going to be woefully dis
appointed and surprised.
Frederick Smith, who holds a posi
tion at the Soldiers' Orphans' school at
Harford, Is the guest of relatives In
Fennlmore Leonard, of Cooperstown,
N. Y Is spending some time at tho
home of Iris brother. Deputy Sheilff K,
L. Leonard, of this place.
Charles It. Fowler, of New York, was
a guest of Ilia mother-in-law, Mrs. C,
B. Watrous, on Maple street, yesterday,
leaving last night for Blnghamton and
Mrs. Alice S. Picketing and daugh
ter, Cora, of Scranton, are visiting at
V. L. Smith's, on South Main street.
Miss Mary Jaeger has returned from
Susquehanna, where she has been
spending a few weeks with her sister,
Mrs. II. T. Blrchard.
Ex-Sheiiff Lewis B. Miller, of La
throp, was a visitor in town on Satur
day. Allss Delia Haughout. of Bingham
torr, was a visitor at Dr. J. Ci. "Wil
son's on Saturday.
Peter Ore tor, of AVIlkes-Barre, is
spending tho week with friends in
Allis Blanche Bostwick has returned
home from a visit to friends at To
wanda nnd at other points in Bradford
John n, Lyons and wife, of New
York, are visiting their mother, Airs. C.
N. Lyons, and other relatives in this
Allss Flora Doney, of Scranton, Is a
guest at Jwmcs AL Jcffers', on West
W. H. Dennis, wife and daughter,
Emily, and AII,s Vietta LaCouver were
guests ot friends at Spiingvllle over
Beginning Sunday, Alontrose has
three trains on the Lackawanna and
Alontrose railroad each Sunday, and
this arrangement will continue through
the season. It Is a great convenience
for the many people from Scranton and
Blnghamton, who wish to spend Sun
day In Alontrose and must be back to
the city that night, to be icady for
business the next morning.
Prof. Elmer Compton, wife and little
daughter, of Spiingvllle, have been vis
iting at the home of Chief of Police
V. E. Tinsley.
Special to the Scranton Tribune,
Nicholson, July 23. Air. L. N. Boyle
and Allss Louise Claik, of Scranton,
spent Sunday with tlTe former's par
ents, Air. and Airs. F, N. Boyle, of
of State street.
Allss Lillian Titsworth, of Alontrose.
who has beerr tho guest of Aliss Flor
ence Wllklns the past week, returned
to her home Saturday evening.
Airs. H. K. Wllklns Is entertaining
her friend, Allss Lena Shook, of Union,
N. Y and Air. Herrick AI. Rogers.
Air. and Airs. Arthur Lucas, of Par
sons, Kan., who have been spending
tho past month at this place, started
for the Pan-American exposition Alon
day morning. They will arrive at
their homo Saturday.
Allss Ethel Stark very pleasantly
entertained a number of young people
at her home on State street Thursday
evening. The evening was delightful
ly spent In music and games. Refresh
ments wore served and an enjoyuble
time was spent by all. Those present
were: Allsses Bessie Stephens, Flor
ence Wilkin, Ruth Johnson, Vera Tay
lor, Ethel Tltfany, of Towanda, and
Lillian Titsworth, of Alontrose;
Alessrs. William Crock, Cecil Shields,
Fred Crock, Brico Fredenburg, Amos
Wood, ot AHddletown, N. Y., and Dr.
and Airs. II. K. Wllklns.
Allss Ethel Tiffany, of Towanda,
spent a few days last week with her
friend, Allss Ethel Stark.
A very pretty reception was held at
tho home of Mrs. Nettle Wilson last
Saturday evening, in honor of Air. and
Airs. J), L. Wilson, of Scranton. The
evening was delightfully spent and at
nn early hour lefreshments were
served. Tho guests were; jjr. and
Airs, L. Shields, Air. and Airs. Row
land Shields, Dr. and Airs, II. K. Wll
klns, Mr. and Airs. E. F. Johnson, Dr.
and Airs, V. U. Decker, Rev. and Mrs.
L. E. Sanford, Airs. At, D, Kelly, Allss
B. Decker, Allss Decker, Allss Nellie
Alack, Allss Carrie Stephens, Mrs.
Lulu Stephens, Allts Iva Stephens,
Miss Ethel Stark, Miss Ruth Johnson,
Miss Lena Shook, Miss Florence Wll
klns, Miss Nellie Shields, Mr. James
Kocher, Mr. Cecil Shields, Mr. Harry
Williams, Mr. J. Tiffany, Miss Anna
Duggan, Miss Clara Wilcox, Mrs. L,
11. Jones, Miss Anna Wilcox, Mrs.
Bush, Mrs. Chorles Conrad, Mrs,
Brown, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Williams.
Special tn the Scranton Tribune.
Holllstcrvllle. July 23. The Ladles'
Aid society of tho Methodist Protect
ant church will meet next Wednesday
afternoon for tea at the home of Bey,
and Mrs. Flsk. A cordial invitation
Is extended to nil.
There will be an Ice cream social
held In the Patriotic Order Sons ot
America hall next Friday evening.
Proceeds for tho benefit of the Metho
dist Episcopal Sunday school. All arc
Tho second quarterly meeting of the
Methodist Protestant church will bo
held at Slmonstown, Aug. mth and
Mr. Amasa Rortreo, of Moscow, wa3
recently entertained at Hotel Foote.
Mr. L. L. Grlflln. of Green Ridge,
was entertained lost Sunday nt tho
home of his daughter, Mrs. C. N. West.
Master Charles Holllster has re
tut ned to his home In Scranton, after
a few days' visit at the homo of his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert
H. Potter and wife nnd Mr. and
Mrs. Anderson, of Scranton, were
guests last Sunday nt tho home of his
father, Enos Potter.
Mrs. Greene, of Scranton, was re
cently entertained at the home of her
grandfather, A. G. Holllster,
Mr. and Mrs. Johns and daughter,
of Hyde Park, spent a few dayj last
week at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
John Van Sickle.
S. Miller and daughter, ot Dunmore,
were guests last Sunday at tho home
of his brother-in-law, J. Hemmlcr.
Miss Clara Gregory Is visiting
among relatives and friends In Scran
ton. Mrs. Van Sickle, of Vaidcn, Is the
guest of her son, John Von Sickle.
H, E. Moore and family, ot Scran
ton, were recently entertained at the
home of his mother, Mrs, Lavlna
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Stone and their
daughters, the Misses Carrie and Edna
of Scrantori, spent last Sunday at the
home of his father, H. L. Stone.
Wall Street Kevlew.
New Yurk, July 11, -The vilnervence ol the
tock (-peculation lo t lie v.ir Inc 'lop condition
and to tho dally weather map ua .tcaln Itlk
Ingly dcmontutcd today. But the actilty c.f
the (.peculation In ktu k win Anincwli.it in tailed
n an outRiontli ot the innfiied Mntimiieut ill
sendetcd In the Slain maiket lij the confUi tint;
price moemcnts ciowlng .tit ol i,e ut-.n kpoiu
iation. 'ihe uneuitiCM of the ,hnt m'.Mtsi wu
easily pcicehcd In the loue it the ipmiiiK
biileo in pikc, 'Ihei were In'icitlon that a
tactical mmemcht against the -hoi rs was bi-ii
made mid the Imtiiloii uuikrt w-.n ued bofcue
the njictiliii; heic to inrliience New Yoik by h
much hiiihci runse of piicei then1. London not
nhlv li.nl icports of (nproii rain In the. ruin
belt, but nf an imminent M-ttleinrnt of tlie rtccl
ctrlke. Tli.'ie wa a consequent ni-li n u ' on
the pait ot the holdcix. pparcnlly theic wa
much oRrptiriHii iiir.'oillr;: the lepoii M rain,
but when the km in market oik-iioii W ,i chop
in coin .i)moi,t equal to ,eteiday'a bulpe, the
belief in lellel for the crops was utienstheticd
The reassuring riprcsslom by the secictar) of
JRrkultuir ,m to the piccnt statu of coin
weie jIm an Influence.
The publication of the plan for an additional
issue of American Sut-ar HcHninir stock lifted that
specialty and helped the maiket. The i,rcond
ne cairlcd 'some stocks hinder thin the open
ing. Tho late adtancc In prices seemed tu be
based nn the general feelins that crop conditions
bad been discounted and liquidation luil lien
effected, leaincr the way open for an adtance.
The (haiader of some of the hnyins; cncouiaucd
a fccliiii; in the professional contingent At (lie
best prices, which weic nude in the last Imm,
M. Paul was fiij aboie last night; t'lilon IV
ilfic, 414; Atchison, t: Southern l'jcihi- and
St I.ouls Southwestern Preferird, a'2, mid Mis
kouri Pacific. :)'. The last pilcea showed nulv
fractional t oncesslons, anil the closlmr wa f.iiily
steady. Total sales, today, CbO.IKVI shaics,
Business in rallmacl bond wa faiily nc-tle,
nnd price movement irieaular. Total s'ilc. pa
yable, $, 403,0(10, lnlted state bon U weie nil
unchanged on the last call.
The following quotation are turnlshed Tin
Tribune by SI. P. .lo.-dan k Co., rnomg "O.Vi'j
Hears building, Scranton, Vs. Telephone 5003:
Open- High. Low dol
American Migar ..
Atchison. I'r. ...
Hmnk. Traction .
Flair, k Ohio ....
font. Tobacco ...
Ches. k Ohio ....
Chic. & (it. West
Kan. & Tex., Pi.
Lout, fc Nash. ..
.. 70J i
It 2H I
Ml-so, racific .
Norfolk A- West Hp3
V Y. Central 130
Out. k Western IIPJ
l'eniic. It. It 1I-.P4
rtcadirw Hi., I'r T.Vj
Southern It. H 'J'l
Smith, n. II., Pr W
Tonn, Coal k Imn .Vi
I'. S. Leather IJ'J
1'. S. Leather, I'r 77-1i
t'. S. Ilubher 1!)
I'lilon Pacific !'s;
I'nlnn Pacific, Pr Sai
Wabash, I'r 37' .
Western I'nion til'J
Col. Kuel ,fc lion m
Amal, Copper Hi
People's C- m;
Kile 1st Ht'i
Col. So i
Texas Pacific 41
Am. Car Foundry -'
P. S. Steel Co :!1U
P. S. Steel Co., Pr.... OH
NEW yonK CHAIN JIARKKT.
Scranton Board of Trade Exchange
Quotations All Quotations Based
on Par of 100.
Lackawanna Dairy Co., Pr
Count v Sailng Hank k Trust Co,,
first "National Hank (Carbondale),.
btuiiflard Drilling Co
Third National Hank
Dime Deposit and Discount Dank.,
Kconomy Light. II, & !' Co
Pint National tun
Lacka. Trust Safe Deposit Co
Hark k Pnom Co., IT. ..........
Scranton Iron Pence k Mfg. Co....
Scranton Axle Works
Scranton Sai Intra Hank
Tradem' National Hank
Scranton Holt k Nut Co
People's llanW ,;;
,.. Vl.virn ltV. k ". Co
Scranton Passenger Hallway, nnt
Mortgage, dito IP20., 115
rccplc's stieet Hallway, nrit mort.
gage, due 1018
Tropic's Street Hallway, (leneral
mortgage, due 1021
Dickson Manufacturing Co
Lacka. Township school B per cent.
City of Scranton St. Imp, 0 per
Heans-Per bushel, choice tnarroir, j MaS.M
Scranton Traction per rent hj
Scranton Wholesale Market.
(Corrected by II, O. Dale, 27 Lackawinn Ave,)
Duller Kieh creamery, 20!i-lc,; dairy,
Cheese Pull cream, 10',slle,
Pgts Western Iresh, llallVic ; nearby state,
Medium, Ueam-lTr buihel, ?2,l0aJ.5.
THE TRIBUNE'S "WANT"
4 Linos 10 Cents
More Thsn Four Lints, 3 Cent for Each Extra Line.
About 1200 feet of floor space on
4th floor of the Tribune building,
suitable for light maufacturing. In
cluding heat, light and power.
Enquire at oflice of
FOR rtENT Four or five room, suitable tor
light housekeeping; all modern Improve
ments; beat location In the clly. Call at 411
Wheeler avenue, or Cramct's Studio, 311 Lacka
KOIl KENT -A complete anil newly furnished
homce; modem, and nighty desirable; family
leaving city, will rent until spring. Til Qulncy
POIt HKNT Cool, pleasant rooms, desirable loca
tion. 6M Washington aienue.
1011 IIKNT Klght rooms, 73.1 Jefferson avenue;
all modern conienlences. '
WO flnEK.V niDOE STHEET, ten rooms, modern
Improvenients; steam heat turnlshed; desir
FOR SM.K House and lot. Close In. l-'or busi
ness or residence. Address Onner, c-aie of
I'OH SALE A Coltiell k Sons rj Under pleas,
n.tx:!6. In good condition, new lollers, $-i00,
Apply WllkcsHairc Times Office, Wllkes-Harre,
For Sale or Bent.
POH SALE Oil HENT-Mngle house, Mt Web
ster aienue. Ten looms, sleam heat, O. P,
Hejnolds, Connell building.
Wanted To Bent.
WANTED TO HENT A large, roomy bouse;
suitable for a first clas boarding house;
must be well and icntrally located. W. T.
llackelt. Real Estate, Price building.
IIAND'.OMr. PLOT at Pactorvvllle. beautifully
situated; few minutes from station, I'p
es'ca loiely view of surrounding country. Will
cut to suit luiiem. Trice very low. Address
W. T. Hackett, Ileal I-tate, Scranton. Ta.
(Jicen Pea Tcr bushel, $l.40.il 4".
Plmrr He-t patent, per band, $1.4.1.
Bean Tn bu-liel. choice marrow, $220.127.116.11.
Potatoes Per bushel, Mai. 10,
Onions Per bushel, M.
New York Grain and Produce.
New Yoik, Julv 21. Hem had their linn In
the Eiain maiket todav. Tliev hammcicd down
the in Ice of wheat -2 cents and corn fell fiom
;; to 5 cents per bushel. 'Hie official map
showed veri little grain in the western giain
belt and piecllcllon weie tor a continued hot
and div period. Hut the speculator contingent
caicd Irttlc lor tint. Escij man its the grain
cinwd tend good part of the spemlatlic public
waa loaded with guln. having liouuht yeateidav
on ,i big advance and ch.v weather talk. Tit
looker did their best (o find biivrrs. licit could
only s-ell at big concessions. One npeialor of
feied com all the wav clown fiom 62's tn .Vl'n
bofoie he could nuke .1 Hade. It was a spec u
latlvc cia to sell jnd latcd until the oiclets
gave out, when a hieathlng spell and a cent
rally nurrrrcil. it was biicf. however, for moie
ralii new In the afternoon lunught nn .mntlier
bear attack and -l deluge of selling order which
weakened September com tn 3, Wheat biokc
from 77',i tn 73',;., with the decline in com
and under lepoits of shown In the noithwest.
Flour tjulet, but tliinly held in spile of the
wheal break; Minn, paient. sl.70.il. 10; winter
Uralghl.s. SI.2.Vi:i.."a). Wheat -'spot easiei ; n.
2 red, 7s5i-. f. o. b. afloat, and 7."iNc elevatoi;
Nn. 1 iinilliein Diilntli, 7s'io. f. n. b. afloat.
Options opened with the Kie.it activity and a
shaip ileiline, but again vlcldcd and i losd
weak at t'iil'si. net decline. July closed
7li'ic; Sept., 73ic : Oct., 7li'i,i'.; Dec-., "i:
Coin Spot casv; No, -2. 3si2c. elev.ilnr, and
.Win. f. n. b. afinat. Option maiket had an
opening collapse. A subsequent rallv was le
placed by lale heavy selling ,an I the maiket
closed weak nt It'.i.iSlii. net decline. July
clo-ed ."SI41.: ept., ."iSTsc. ! Oct.. 30c Dec,
Wsc. (Ms pot easier; No. !. IS'jaMr.,
No, ", 40c.! Nn. :i whte, ttc ; No. J while,
42c; track mixed westein, 40.i42c; Hack while,
I2jIc. Options weak and lowei thiougli moi"
beailsli ciop news. Huttei Minngi cieamei.v,
1,'ialO'jc. ; do. facloiy, 1.!al."ii2c. -. Imitation
ucameiy, 1lal7c; slate diliy, llill'-c. Cliecse
steady; fancy laige coloied, 3'c ; fancy
large vvhlte, ic : fancy small, coloied, Oo. ;
fancy fmall white, fl'Jc. Eggs Finn; state and
Penna , Iial7c; we-lern, uncardled, fal2c;
westein, canclled, 14al3c,
Fhllndelplria Grain nnd Frodue.
Philadelphia, Julv 21. -Wheat-Dull and 1c.
lower; conti.ict grade, 7.1a7;S-c. for Julv. Coin
-:,'c. locver; July, ri7ai7'-c. Oats -Film nnd
'2c. higher; No. .'1 whlre dipped, 4aliVjc. Hot
ter Film and '.sale, highei ; fancy westein
cieanieiy, 21c; clo. do. pint, 21c; clo. nearby
do., -2.;c. Eggs Finn, lc. highei; fresh neaihi,
13a16c. loss oft; do, westein, loilUc, loa oft;
dci. southwestern, 124c Ins oft; do. aouthern,
Vie. Ins nfr. Cheese Dull; N. V. full cream',
fancy small. fl'Sic; do. do. clo, fair to choice,
ha'iiic. Refined sgjvs I nchangccl, Cotton -,'l-ltk.
lowei; middling upland-, 8'-c. Tallow
Dull; city piime in lihd-., JUc; countiy clo.
cln., bids., I'.ilTsc.; cakes, .I'tc. Live iioiil
to Dull and lower; fowls, lOjllc; cild roo-i-ten,
c; spilng chicken, I2il3c ; duel., 0a
lie Diessed poultry stcadv, fair demand;
fowls, choice, ll'jc; old loosteis, o'sc; bioil
cts. ticjihi, Ui.r2lc; western dn., 12alsc
Heceipts Ploui, Sum b.ineN, mul 1,.V20,000 lb.
In sacks; wheal MS.QOf) bushels; coin, s.,000
bu-hels; cat", 2ii.000 bn-hels, Shipments Wheat.
.'i.OOO bushels; coin, S.nno tni,hes; oats, r,s,nn()
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chicago, Julv 2.1. I.ieiildatlon by "pviamul
bulldeis" wan rhe feature of the giain market
todav, September wheat, com and oats closing
at declines of 2a'2li . 4'ic ami 21sc respective
lv. The tone wa that of neivous excitement.
Tinvlslons closed a shade higher to lc. lower.
Cash quotations were a.s follows:
Flour - Mcadv ; Nn. 3 spimg wheal, h6aii1i;e..
No. 2 reel, I'Sal'tcr Nn. 2 com. lijc; No
2 velluw. 55!.; No. 2 oats, .IS'ial'ic. ; Nn. 2
white, 3oi,e,i04i.: Nn. a white. .i')i,j0c; n.
2 dye, ioUc; fair to choice mailing bailev,
4Saj0c: piime limothy seed, to, 25; me poik,
4ll.33all.40, lard, ij.bi'aa8,70; shoit ribs, 7.S.'i
aP.OO; diy sailed slioulikis, 7'ja7"sc; short
clear sides, U.;!."u('. I.'i; whlskev, L27.
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Chicago, July 2J -Cattle-Receipts, 5,023. In
eluding 830 '1'c.xan.s; best, steady; olhei., slow;
dose lowei; good to prime strcis, lj.Vl5iii.20;
poor tn medium, $4.35a5.53; stockera and teed,
cis. fi.tCMI.2); cows, 2.00a4.05; helfei. W.S0
a4.00; lannei. $L(i3a2.33; bulls, 'je.SOil.'iO,
calvea, Wc lowei, s3.33i3.75; 'leva stccis, 8s,.i
Hogs Heceipts tnday, 1S.OX), loinoirow. '!V
(si; lelt over, 4,4js; steady lo 3c liigln-i;
quality nut good; mixed and biitiheis, .V.'.'u
0.10; good to choice heavy. Ifn.O-uCl.i-Ji,; tmuh
heavy, VViWaVM; light, ikVs0i5.ni; bulk of
Sheep Heceipts, M.OOO; sheep ,10 to 15c lon
er; lamb, 10 In Uc-, higher for best grades;
otheis, drill 1 good to choice wethers, ijsl.M).i
5.40; fall to choice mlxeil, H3.1a:l0; westein
sheep, 'I.S0al; .vearlliiBT, $4a4.50; native
Iambi, -lj5.ti0: western lambs, fl.4O.1S.5n,
Official lee-elptj and shipments for Mondav :
Receipts! Cattle, 22,407; hof. 34,:i0; shee-ii,
M.Wi. Shipments: Cattle, 675; hogs, r.sii;
sheep, 1,100. " '
New York live Stock.
New Yoik, July 23. Beeves-Nnminallv steadv;
expoils, 077 cattle ami 5,000 nuaiteu'of beef;
tomonow ,4,4-1.1 quaiteia of beef,
Calves Trade quiet; good stock, about sleidv ;
225 calve held over: veals, $l.50a7; topa, 7 25;
buttet milks, nominal.
Sheep Weak; lambs, 20c. off; sheep, $2.30
al.2.1; lamba, nsoaSjj.
Hogi Steady feeling.
East Liberty Oattls
East Liberty. July . Cattle Steadr; exlra,
ef5.S3a6; prime, f5.SQil.,0i medium, $5.2345.43.
Hogs Active; prime heavies, $n.23; ben med
lumi rd heavy jorkers, Ji20a6.21: common to
sklrss, 1t,73a5.73; roughs, f.25a3.75.
Sheep slow; best wethers, kH.20al.30: cu'Ii
and common. ?l.0a2,5o; vearlitigi, t3al,73;
veal calvee, 7a7.50.
WANTED-One thousand person to Imjr oner
thousand liotttcn "Knight1 Aruimtlo Syrup
of Prunes," nature' greatest ph.vslc. l.itun
botlfc, 2.1 cents, (.'has. V. Jones, 15.7 Dack
WANTED An Intelligent (Catholic) lady or gen
tleman to fill light. pleasant position;
good pay, It suitable. Address V. O. Ilox 20,
Help Wanted Female.
WASTED A good girl for general housework in
small family. Apply 1410 Adams aenue.
BRANCH WANT OFFICES.
'Want Advertisements Will Bs
Received at Any of the Follow
ing Drug Stores Until 10 F. M.
ALHErtT SCULPT?!, corner Mulberry
street and Webster enue.
CUSl'AV riCHEL, 630 Adams avenue.
CEOIiGE W. JENKIN3, 101 South Main
PHED U TERTTE, 720 Cedar arenus.
(1EO. W. DAVIS, comer North Main
avenue and Market street.
CHARLES T. JONES, 1557 Dickson
P. J. JOHNS, 620 Oreen Ttldge street.
C. LORENZ, corner Washington ave
nue and Marlon street.
W. H. KNEPFEL, 1017 Irving avenue.
J. O. BONE U SON.
WANTED Table boatdcrs. Mrs. Tompkins, 531
Money to Loan.
$300,000 TO LOAN Lowest rates: straight or
monthly payments. Stark k Co.,Traders' bids.
ANY AMOUNT OF MONEY TO LOAV-Quiek.
straight leans or fitillcllng and Loan. At
from 4 to 6 per cent. Call on N. V. Walker,
814-315 l.'onnell building.
OPR NEW HOOK sent bee, fully illustrated,
treats of all conditions of men, tell how to
attain "Perfect Manhood." Should be In the
hands of everv mile adult. Addres Erie .Medical
Co., "Hook Dfpt.," Buffalo, N. Y.
SU'IATIOV WANTED -A c-ook or chef in hotel
or club. Address-, Cook, ll.'i Penn avenue.
Sll PATIOS W.M'F.I)-A cook or chef In hotel
or club. Address, (00k, 115 Penn avenue.
S1TPATION WANTED llv young )nS. a book
keeper, or ofrlce wolk nf any kind; experi
enced; best refeicnces. c. E, P., Tribune Old. c.
Siri'ATIOS WANTED By a ladv to take ill
washing, M. It , Tilbune Ottko.
SITPATIOS WANTED-Clre-ular saniple ilistnbtr
lor or managing the work, or collector for a
good linn. Addle- II., or call on Dr. Thompson,
m.'l East Market sticct.
SITIATION WVNTED To go out by the clay
w.i-lnnu or cleaning. Call on or addles Mis.
Russell, l'21'i Cedar avenue.
SITPATIOS WANTED Registered pharmacist of
Hint class 11idctic.il experience; single. Ad
dre (Juinlne. Tribune Office.
Sill VI'lOS VNTED-ny 11 vonng man as a
tisunt diauglitsman or tiacer. Address II ix
M, Ihroop, I'd.
NO'IK i: IS hereby given that a meeting of the
stockholder of the Colliery Engineer Com
pany Is called by outer M the Hoaiel of Directors
to meet at the oliico of Hie eompanj, in Scran
Ion, I'cnnsvlvaiila, on Monday, August 2d, pioi,
nt two o'clock In the afleinoon, for the purpose,
of taking anion upon the piopoert iniir.ise in
the capital stock rf the said company from one
million five hunched thousand (1,.V,H00) elollan
ro Ihreo million (.l,oO0,iO0) dollars, and In
transact such other business a. may be In ought,
befoic said meeting.
STANLEY P. W.I.E.N, Sccietary.
Scranton, Pa., June 24th, lufll.
NOTICE IS HEREBY (ilVEN that an application
will be made lo the governor of the state)
of Pennsylvania, on Wednesday, the thiily-fiist
day nf July, l'M, by Hie Pounsvlvanla Ilubher
company, under an ait of assembly of the com
monwealth of Pennsylvania entitled "An ait to
provide for the liuoipnution and 11-gulatioii nf
ceitalu corporations, jpproved April 20. JS7I,
snd the supplements therein, for the charter for
an liilendeel coiporation tn he 1 ailed "The Penn
sylvania Rubber Company." the chii.ccler and
olij.el of which I' iiianufai luring and irclaiining
rubber, and for these purposes lo have, posses
and rnoy all the right, bcnelil and privileges
of sahl act or assemniv ami 111 supplement.
E. It. W. SEARI.E. Solicitor.
At Tillsbuig- II. II.
Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2-2 II i
Pittsburg 1 ooan 1 1 3 x-r id 2
Batteries Halm and Beigcn; Chcsbin and
O'to'nnor. I mnlic O'D.i.v.
Al New Yoik II II. 1.'
Hmoklvn 0 3 2 0 2 0 0 11 1-s Pi 2
New Yoik Olio I 000 I 1-J 10 1
Hallfiles llughe-a nnd I'anell; Malthcwson,
Den.er and Wainei, I mpiie Dnjer.
At Philadelphia- R. II. E.
Boston 1 0 0 n 0 0 0 0 O-l 0 1
Philiclelphia 0 1 0 I 0 0 0 0 x-2 7 O
Batteries Dineen and Mwan; Duggleby and
MiFailand. Pmplrc F.imlle,
At St. l.ovii- R. II. E.
Chicago 00000 2 1 3 0-0 7 4
St. Loui 3001101 no 1 .1 0
Batteries Tajlor and Kahoc, llirper and llvaii.
At Chicago it. II. K.
Plilladelphla 0 'I 0 0 ; 0 0 0 0- H II 1
Ihlcaitn 1 fl 2 0 0 I 0 0 x-10 0 3
Hitierle Wilue and mllh; Katnll, (iiildlli
and s.igilen. I mpiie Canllllon,
At Milwaukee H. II.
Bn.tnn 0 n 0 3 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 1
Milwaukee OI2UO1O30-7 11 5
Halteiles Cnppy and schreekenjnii ; Uniting,
Garvin and Maloney. Pmplre shrinlan.
At Cleveland (0 Inning game fnifrrled to
Cleveland, 0 to 0, Washington rrlusiiig to abide
by decision of umpire).
Ilalllmore-Detrnlt not scheduled.
At Providence- si 1 anise, 6; Providence, 4,
At Montreal Montreal, 22; Toronto, .
At Worcester Worcester, R; Ilailford, 7.
At RuJialo-BufTalo, 3; Rochester, 13,
AMATEUR BASE BALL NOTE3.
The Young ftsra would like tn meet any team
under 7 rears ol age. Martin Roaeberg, man-Etr,
3 Insertions 25 Cents
More Thtn four Lines, 6 Cents for llach Extra Line,
Certified Publics Accountant.
EDWARD 0. SPAUI.MNO, 23 TRADERS BANii
EDWARD II. DAVIS, ARCHITECT, CONNElfj
FREDERICK L. BROWN, ARCH, B ltEAI,
.state Exchange HIdg,, 126 Washington ave.
Civil and Mining Engineers.
II. L. HARDINO, 606 CONNELL BU1LDINO.
DR. C. E. EILENhERaEn, rAULlBUlTDPo'
Spruce street, Scranton.
DR. O. O. LAUDACII, 115 WYOMINd AVENUIi!
FRANK E. BOVLE, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Room) 12, 11, lfl and 18 Burr building.
F. K. TRACy.ATT'Y.COMMONWEALTH BLDO
D. B. RETLOOLE. ATTORNEY-LOANS NEOO.
tlated on real estate security. Mearj building,
corner Washington avenue and Spruce, street,
WILLARD, WARREN k KNATP. ATTORNEYS
snd counsellors-at-law. Republican building,
JESSUP k JESSPP, ATTORNEYS AND COUN
sellorsat-law. Commonwealth building, Roonu
10, 20 and 21.
EDWARD W. THAYER. ATTORNEY. R0OM3
P0"-roi. Pth door, Mcara building.
&. A. WATRES. ATTORNEY-ATLAW, BOARC
of Trade building, Scrsnton, Ta,
PATTERSON t WILCOX. TRADERS' NATIONAU
C. COMEOYS. 013 REPUBLICAN BUILDINO.
A. W, BERTIIOLr, OFFICE MOVED TO SO.
211 Wyoming avenue.
Physicians and Sugeons.
DR. W. II ALLEN, 613 NORTirWASHINOTON
DR. S. W. IAMOREAUX. OFFICE 330 WASH
Ington avenue. Residence, 1318 Mulberry.
Chronia disease, lungs, heart, kidneya and
genitourinary organs a specialty. Hours, 1
to 4 p. m.
Hotels and Besturants.
THE ELK CAFE, 123 AND 127 FRANKLli
avenue. Rates reasonable. ,
P. ZE10LER, Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOUSE. NEAR D.. U & V. PAS
senger depot. Conducted fcn the Eurepeai
plan. VICTOR KOCH. Proprietor.
A. II. BRICQS CLEANS PRIVY VAULTS AND
cess pool: no odor; only improved pumpa used.
A. B. Brlggs, proprietor. Leave orders 1100
North Main avenue, or Elcke's drug store, cor
tier Adam snd Mulberry. Both telephones.
O. R. CLARKE ft CO.. SEEDSMEN AND NUBS
erymen. store 201 Washington avenue; greel
house., 1050 North Main avenue; store tela
JOSETIl KUETTEL, HEAR 511 LACKA. AVE..
Scranton, Ta., manufacturer of Wire Screens.
DRESSMAKING FOR CHILDREN TO ORDER;
also ladles' waists. Louis Shoemaker, 212
MEC.AROEE RIIOS., PRINTERS' SUPPLIES. EN
v elopes, paper bags, twine. Warehouse, 13'.
Washington avenue, Scranton, Ta,
THE WII.KESBARRE RECORD CAN BE HAr
In Scranton at the news stands of Reismii
Bros., 406 Spruce and 503 Linden; M. Norton,
?22 Lackawanna avenue; I. S. Schutier, 211
Booms at Fan-American.
ELKI4ANT LOCVl'ION and furnishing. Rate!
7.1 cent and $1.00. Write for particular.
The Mortimer, 151 Woodlawn avenue. Mrs. Fan
nie M. steams.
IN THE CO I IIP OF COMMON PLEAS of Lacka
waniu County, No, 451 of September Term,
.Notice I hereby given that an application
will be made to the said court on the tvvelftl
day of August, A. I). 1001, at 10 o'clock a. m .
by Tielio Mazuca, Anthony Dodge, Gabriel
Tabu-el, liaelano Tolicicchlo and Lulgl Runco,
under the act nf assembly of tiro commonwealth
of Pennsylvania entitled "All act lo provide fix
the (in 01 por.it Inn and regulation of certain cop
111n.it loins, appioved Apiil 2'Hn, 1S74, and tha
supplement theielo, for the charter of an in
tended corpoiation to he called "Socifta Italian
Elena Do Montenegro Hegiua Ditaltjia," the
character and objfet whereof i benevolent, so
cial, pioiectlve arid beneficial, and for these pur
poses ro have, posses and enjoy all the rights,
benefit and piivlliges nf the said art of assem
bly and it supplement-. 'I he propoacd charter
is now on fllo In the prothonolaiy'a office.
x. W. I1EHT1IOLF, Solicitor.
Money Will nrn Big Monthly
The Inv eslor'a Fund Pays SemLmonthlr
The oldest established in America. No certlflcat,
holder has ever lost a cent. Payment made to
all subscribers every 15 dajs. No trouble. No
delay, Money refunded on demand. Writs to
day for particulars, free ro any address.
C. E. Mackey k Co., Hudson Bld'g., New York.
Pacific Anthracite Coal Co,
P. 0. Box 1000.
Seattle, Wash., .Inly ft, 1001.
We have for saje n block cf stock In a nev
And that we pronounce the richest prospect it
fice gold n,uarU on earth; 17 lbs. of this ouarti
selec led actually sold for $.1,00. The draeov.
eirr has, still richer chunks. Write for psrtlcu
Ins. We also oflcr development slock in this
I'oal company, the first anthiaclle discovered on
this coast J. M. DENNETT, President,
Pacific Anthracite Coal Co.
Rocky Mount, N. C
Water, Sewer and
Yielding 4.40 Per Cent.
Write lor special circular.
Rudolph Kleybolte & Co.
1 Nassau St., Now York.