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THE SCKAJNTOJN TK1BUJNH-THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1901.
Speelsl to th Peranton Tribune.
PlttMon, Julv 21. At each year rolls
nrmnul the picnic ami Ramos of the
rittFlon Caledonian flub loses none
nf their attractions, and this year's!
pvnt, which will lie held on liver
hart's Inland, next Saturday, prom
ises to draw as latno a crowd as usual,
which means considerable. The pro
gramme of tares Is as follows: Hoys'
tace, tmd'f IS years, $1, oftc; Bills' lace,
under 12 years, prizes by Hi own & Co.,
sun i,hade and shlit waist; putting the
ball, $J $1, throw Iiik llRht hanimor. t?
Ui boys vaulting with pole, fi, $1.R0;
running hop, ptep and Jump, $3, $-;
running high leap. $J. $1: half-mile
race, $1, $J, thieo-loRRcd nice, $:', $1;
one-mile nire, $:,, $:i. J:'; cIor dance, $'!,
12; Rlrls" taie. under 12 years. J2, $1.50;
vaultlnR with pole. $4. $2; club race,
$3, $J, huidlo lace, $1. J2; 440-yaid
lace. $:.. $3. quolls. $., $.1, $2. The
games will be Rnverned by the rules
of the Nmth American Caledonian as
sociation. At the ruies at Syracuse yesterday
of Went rittston, driving
in a race with fouitoeu
d fotntli place
.t Mug of the Kaplc Hose drill
lact evening It was formally
derided hi abandon the contemplated
trip to Buffalo to compete for the drill
prize offered at the P.in-Ameikan ex
position. Miss Mary Council, n foimer school
teacher In old Korge, was united In
marriage yesteidny afternoon to Pat
lick Kellv, of Mooslc. The ceiemony
was performed In the l.-twienoevllle
Simon UiabollMky, .1 Duryca Po
lander, was before Alderman Heynon
last evenliiR, charged by Isiias Pabulls
with assault and battery. The latter
showed a laiRe Rash on hi wilst where
he had been slashed with a knife by
the defendant. Ciabollsky put up a
Rood defense, however, and, unbut
tonlnR his shlit, displayed a badly dls
coloinl portion of his side, wheie he
said he had been hit with a UaUiou
thtown by the pioecutor.
Philip Tiacy, of Scarlo street, and
Miss Kate Judge, of Panama street,
weie united In marriage this evening
by Father Pitmen In St. John's It. C.
chuirh. They will residu on Lambert
Fpeelal to the Scranton Tribune.
Tunkhannock, July 23. Miss Eliza
beth KlttudRe la spending this week
with friends at Lake Wlnola.
Mrs. Frank UrundaRe, of Snanlon,
lfi visiting at the home of Dr. and Mib.
A. B. Wondwaid, 011 Seiond street
Mls Hvellne Slrkler, of Bltigliamton,
N Y. Is the guest of her slater. Mis.
Tluei 1:. Billings, on llast T!uR.t street.
Mai tin Schlatter, fotmeily landlord
of the Wynmlng Ilnuse, at this place,
who has been ensaged In the saloon
bus-mess In Buffalo lor home time puM,
hah i-ioiitly -old his huslnosy and re
turned with his family to Tunkhan
nock. r Mis. John W, Dennlson, of P.nsons,
was calling on fi lends hcie on Mon
day. The Carver hnuse, on Second street,
now oiciipled by Mr. Kline, the lukc-i,
ifi being lepalnted by H. F. Crandall.
Piofei-snr Finnk Heiman, luimipal
of the Mchoopany s-chools, was a visitor
In town on Tuesday. Professor Un
man will be a candidate for the oflli c
of count v supeilntendent of i-chools,
nt the onvention to be held in May
next and Is now engaged In i.ui
vaslng the county In the Inteicst of his
candidacy. Piofcssnr Ft rink Il.J.nvi.
the present Incumbent of the olllce
will alto. It is repoited, be a candidate
for le-elecilon to the position.
The Tiinkhanoik Fair will be held
this vear on Wednesday, Tluni-day,
nnd Friday. Septembei. IS, l!i, and 2n.
Louis IIIli on kit letunicd to his I111M
ncs in New Yoili on Tuesday, aflcr
pending a week at this, place.
citoice O. Skinner and Miss ll.ittle
Iiu'c will be mauled nt Ficeland, P,i
today at noon. Thej will t-pond their
ItnnPMUfoii with friends In Michigan.
Boscoe T. liandilck, nf Wllkes-B.uie
Is visiting hlsr biothcr Colonel Kugenc
Kuel L. and Many Billings aio nbinit
to build new 1 evidences for thenn-elves
on the loi iccrntb puiehas-cd by them
from Squue Sampson.
Marilii V Wandall, of Mehnopany,
has the 1 on trait for doing the. excavat
ing and htonc woik.
fpjeial to the Scranton Tribune.
Sprlngville. July 23. Photographer
it'-ige L. Tttlor and wife were stop
ying with W. A. Taylor and wife, par
ntr r,t (ieoige, at Dhoti last week.
The hoys are already counting the
weeks iet leiualnlng befoie school br
ums hi h will be September 2.
Mis W. A. Taylor of Dlvon.-Wyoming
county, haij lately been granted u
pension of J12 per month on her son
who died of tphold fever nt Porto
P.lco. Uutlng the SpanlMi-Ameilcan
The ladies of the town have the
thanks of the band for the voluntaiy
festival Riven them at the M. K. church
dinning loom mi Satin day evening,
wherebv $16 32 was netted.
The band festival and dance held In
the grovo on Friday evening wns a
lucefcs both socially and financially,
ind theie Is talk of holding another In
the near futuie.
Mrs. Alma Kellogg, who had an at
tack of Basilic fevei, Is getting very
much better, and theie sccrnb no doubt
of her complete iccnvci,
H. L Aeiy, A. N. Fargo nnd W. L.
Miserole went down to Lake C'aiey
Sunday by tialn taking their wheels
which they iodc home.
Several parties have Roue huckle
berrylng fiom here, nnd nnno have
oeen lucy enough to get a large sup
ply of berries.
The inembeis of Vesta Lodge weie
visited by a delegation fiom Mary
Lodge nt Montrose at their lat meet
ing, and everyone enjoyed It veiy much.
Ito ci pa in and othei lefieshments wero
served at the close of lodge.
The band Is expecting to have a one
day fair here early In September, to
be held In the grove at tho depot. It 1h
expected that two lulloon ascensions
will be made, one In the afternoon and
ths other one In the evening.
Mrs. R. E, McMlcker is quite sck at
present. She Is attended by Dr. H. B.
Ray Culver and wife, Clark Giles and
II. B. Kilts and wife, camped at Lake
Schoolry over Sunday,
Jt la f to say that nine-tenths of
fall the cucumbers and squash vines In
this vicinity hnvo been killed by the
black squash bugs.
Mrs. Mary Herman nnd daughter
Mabel are visiting friends at Owego,
N. y., and vicinity.
A party of young people from here
have hired n cottnge at Lake Carey
and today as merry a party ns one
often sees will stint via W. lallioad for
the lake. They will remain until Satur
freclal to the Scranton Tribune.
Thompson, July 21. Mr. nnd Mis. F.
V. Lewis retuined fiom the Pan
American. Saluiday last.
Mr. and Mrs. (ieorRe Ttoseboom, of
Sidney, N. Y. spent the Sabbath with
Mrs. Hoseboom's parents, Mr. and
Mis. S. Truesdell. Mr. Hoseboom left
Monday for Wllkos-Bane.
J. J. Haker and mother of New York,
air flopping at the Jeffeison House.
Ml-s Alice David of Blakely, Pa. Is
Here is an oil gusher.
visiting her brother Hev. A. D. David
of this place.
Mis. r.. F. How aid with a company
of friends from Scianton is spending
the week at Coxton pond.
Miss Stem Howard is i-pondlng a few
days In Blnghamton.
Mrs. '. M. Lewis, and Mis. Partildge,
spent the day In Susquehanna Satur
Mr. Harry Ctnsler t-pent the Sabbath
with his wife In Henlck who Is there
cniing for her Invalid mother.
AVe are sorry to leain that Mrs.
Fletcher of whom we made mention
last week is gi actually falling.
Mr. Jones and family nf Scranton nnd
Mrs. Baldwin and family of Jersey City
are stopping at the Jefferson House of
We weie pleased to leain that Mrs.
F. Walker was able to he out on her
poich today, and Is gaining nicely.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Hallstead. July 21. Miss ICffle Brown
of Wilkes-Barre Is visiting Mr. and
Mis. J. B. Brown.
Delbeit Beaids!c of Buffalo was
vlcltliig fi lends in town Monday.
.Miss Mabel Corbett of Corbetsvllle
ha.- been visiting Hallstrad relatives.
Miss Louise Sheak of Blnghamton
was vNltlng at the home of Henry and
Arthur Du Hois Sunday nnd Monday.
.Mrs. Sydney Dennl of Klmlia Is
visiting f i lends heie for fcvernl dais.
.Miss IJena Wllmot has I etui nod home
fiom a lsit with Flmlra friends.
At the sheilff's sale of the goods be
longing to C. L. ('look held hetp Tues
day. Ralph Little Ksq., of Montrose
purchased the goods.
Mr. and Mis. William Halistead of
Blnghamton were tho guests of Mr. and
Mis. Gcnise Ward. Suudny.
Mis. Warren Van Loan and little
child of Washington, D. C Is visiting
Mi. and Mis. J, H. Van Loan.
Susquehanna nnd Hallstead played
nn inteiestlng game of ball on tho flats
Lodle Teiboss a lineman for the
Western t'nlon while chopping down an
old pole near Alfnrd was soveiely In
Juied. Tho ax slipped, cutting deep
into his font Up was brought to his
home here and Is slowly recoveilng.
Lisle Klghmy traded horses with a
man from Cortland seveinl days ago.
He gave the Coitland Indivdiial a good
horse nnd twenty dollars. Later on n
lonstablp appeared and took the horse
from Klqhmy claiming that It was
stolen by the Cortland man. Now
Klghiny Is out the cash nnd has no
The conceit to be given In the Pro
bytcrian church on Thuisday evening
Is to be the best one held In a long
time. It will be given nt the popular
price of 15 cents,
Krnuse's Headache Capsules,
were the first headache capbulcs put
on the market. Their Immediate suc
cess resulted In a host of Imitations,
containing antlpyrlne. chloral, mor
phine nnd other Injurious drugs, pur
porting to be "Just as good." Avoid
thebo Imitations and Insist on your
having Krnuse's, which speedily cure
the most severe cases and leave no
bad nfter effects. Price 25c. Sold by
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Lockville, July 21 Miss Minnie Ag
new enteitalned Mr. llany May of
Beaumont on Sunday.
Ml. and Mis Alvin Haidlng visited
rclaties In Tunkhannock on Sunday
Mrs. Amsa Agnew of Centre Mnoie
land visited her mother Mrs. John
Mantnuge nn Monday
Mr. Raymond Dymond of Plttston
called on his brother Rnyd of this
Mis. Emily Grower Is rerlnusly III,
Mis. John Storey Is on the blck list.
Mr. Wilbur Dymond spent Sunday
with Miss Mary Coolbaugh.
Mr. and Mrs. Chniits tickler were
4" T Hi m
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Vnntuyl on Sunday,
The Sunday school will picnic at
Falls on Wednesday, July 31.
Floyd Dymond, of dlrard college, Is
spending his vacation with his mother,
Mrs, Lizzie Dymond.
Miss Hannah Dymond and her aunt
Mrs. Susan Slckler visited Mrs. John
Montague on Tuesduy.
pedal tn Jh Amnion Tribune.
Forest City, July 21. The viewers for
the county bildge, from both Wayne
and Susquchnnna counties, will be hero
tomorrow (Thursday) mornlnR nt 10
o'clock to attend to their duties. The
county cominlsslnneis mo also expect
ed. It Is to he hoped that every busi
ness man will be present. The viewers
will meet In Cunningham's hotel and
then pioceed to make the view. The
council had the road surveyed on Mon
day and at Tuesday's meeting accepted
the lines laid out for the sticet to the
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Whipple have Is
sued cards for the marriage of their
daughter. Martha ti., to Mark Davis.
The ceremony will be pci formed at the
bilde'o home, July 31.
Hev. S, D. Moulter, of .IcrniMi, has
opened a mission Sabbath school at
It. J. Homan has tcturncd from a
vacation at t'nadllla. N. Y.
The Enterprise Hose company has
Can you find the owner?
abandoned Its pioposed picnic nt the
Vandllng grove- and will hold a clam
bake at Poyntclle sometime In August.
Miss Sarah Ueriity, nf Dunmoie, Is
a guest at tho home of Thomas Kane.
There will be an Ice cieiuu and cake
social on the Methodist chinch lawn,
David A. White, of Washington, D.
C., a United States Reologist, was In
town this week, Inspecting the peculiar
specimens reiently found In the Vand
llng mine. They vvete believed by the
miners to be the hoof-prlnts of a pie
hlstoric horse, but Mr. White snyn they
were embedded In the day befoie It
hardened into rock by a fallen ulo tier.
A merry party of Forest City young
ladles nte camping at New ton lake foi
two weeks, with lire, T. J. Pentecost as
chapeion. They have named their abode
Camp Be-azy. Those In tho party aie
the MlfcscH Lucy Madden. Kate and Joe
Scully, Anna Parkin, Grace Monhen
nett. Let in and Jennie Brown, May
Muiray, Sadie Hullah, Myrtle Mai tin,
Isabelle Johnson, Maltha and Owen
The funeral of Mrs. Fiank Tottcn
nnd her Infant son took place on
Tuesday nfternoon fiom the residence
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Jumper, of Plttston township. Mis.
Tottcn was only Ifi ycais of age and
was married less than one year. The
lemalns of the mother and son weio
encased In one casket. Rev. D. T.
Sinythe ollliiated at the services. In
tel ment was made In Matey cemtery.
Miss Daisy Wade, of Scranton, Is
the guest of the Misses Keith, of Lin
Thomas Boilliwick left yesterday for
his old homo In "Bonnie" Scotland. It
appears that a peilodlcal feeling comes
over him and the only treatment to
satiate his dcslie Is a tllp to his old
home. Tomonow ho will leave on tho
steamship Oceanic. Tills will make
the thirteenth tllp ncioss the water.
Mr. Borthwick always conies homo
well equipped with Inteiestlng Scot
tish lotc and on every icturn his com
pany Is eagerly sought to leain from
lilm how fines the loved ones at home.
Misses Mary Kearney, Mary Mc
Uowan, Nellie .McC.ovvan, Kate Thom
as, Alice nnd Agnes Mmnhan, Mary
and B. Reap, Nettle Druffner, Agnes
Clifford, Margaict McCormlck, Louise
Sainmon and Mary Jennings spent
yesterday In the Mooslc highlands.
Miss Kate Clark Iuih returned home
nfter several months' -stay In Pltts
The dlsttlct meeting of tho Daugh
ter of St. George will be held In
Hyde Pails this afternoon.
Degiee of Naomi, A, O, K. of M. C.
Will conduct nn ice cieam festlvnl on
the lawn of Mabel Chester's property,
on Saturday evening. Kverybody Is
Mrs. A. J. Welsley, of Tyione, Is
the guest of her mother, Mrs. A. J.
McDonald, of the Noith Knd.
Mis. James Connor, of the North End,
is critically III of rheumatism of tho
heart. Tho shock occasioned by the
sudden death of her husband has so
prostrated her that she has since sunk
Into a partly comatose condition.
Special to Ihe Bcranton Trlhiine.
Klngsley, July 21. Mrs. Ralph Ste
vens, of Cohoes, N. Y.. Is a guest at
F. P. 'lingley's this week.
Mies Mury Reynolds, of South Gib
on, was a guest of Miss Adelaide Juf
ters last week.
Rex Titus and Ronald Underwood,
of Biugliaiuton, aie making nn ex
tended visit at E. E. Titus'.
Mis. E. L, Sloat and ihildien. of
Faetniyville, weie recent visitors
Mrs. S. J. Adams left Tuesday to
visit her daughter, Mis. It. W. Jef
fern, at Plalnsboro, n. j,
Mrs. H. Hoi ton and daughter, of
Brooklyn, N. Y were guests at J. B.
These Facts Mast Convince
Every Scranton Reader.
That which follows Is the expeilence
of a icsldent of Scranton Incredulity
cannot exist about the statement be
cause It. can easily be Investigated.
Mr. TliomaB Hamford flngman on the
D. & II. tallroad, says: "I hail a severe
attack of la. grippe which left me with
weak kidneys. The kidney pecietloirs
weie scanty highly coloted, contained
a sediment like brick dust nnd caused
me a great deal of nnnoyanic and at
tlmen were vciy painful. I was much
dlstui bed also on account of them nt
night. I used many dlffeient medicines
but without much relief. 1 was advis
ed to try Doan's Kidney Pills by a
friend, Mr. Wharton who had received
the greatest benefit from their uro and
I procured a box from Matthews Bios.
After using them the secietlons 10
malned their natural color, the sedi
ment altogether disappeared nnd I wns
not troubled with pains In my back
nor the numbness In my legs."
For sale by all dealers. Price SO cents
per box. Fostcr-Mllburn Co., Buffalo,
N. Y. solo agents for the United States.
Remember tho name Doan's and take
Wall Street Review.
Now York, July 21. Today's stock
market was dull, with feeble fluctua
tions. By this morning, the fact had
become quite obvious that yesterday's
violent recovery had been plainly
based on tho l elapse In the grain mar
kets, rather than on nny actual news
fiom the grain crops. The .sharp open
ing declines, however, met consider
ably effective support nnd substantial
rallies followed. The weakness was
renewed In the stock market when tho
gtaln markets opened nnd showed no
table strength both for corn and wheat,
the resulting declines In stocks ex
ceeding those at the opening nnd ex
tending from the Grangers to the other
railroad stocks. There was a growing
feeling nmong speculatois that even
conceding substantial damngo to the
corn ci op, the decline alieady effected
in prices of stocks has falily dis
counted this damage- Another party
argues that prices of stocks nrc still
unduly high compared with previous
ycais' high level. An attempt was
made to lead an upwind movement by
bidding up Union Pacific and the Wa
bashes, nnd there was some show of
firmness amongst the Southern lull
io,id stocks and Srabord soft coal car.
iler.s. But the matket yielded nt last
to i one wed weakness when the loom
traders attempted to take their piotlts
and the lowest pries of the day for
Grangers and Pacifies were made
slightly befoie the close, which was
feverish and Irregular. At tho lowest,
the declines weie; Missouri Pacific,
3; St. Paul, 35s! XTnlon Pacific, S,i :
Atchison, 2"s; Kansas and Texas, pre
feried, 24, while In the geneial list,
declines of fiom 1 to 2 points worn
genet nl. Total sales today, .no,Oui)
The railroad bond liuiiket was dull
and heavy. Total sales, par value,
$1,315,000. United States news 4s de
clined i per cent, on the last call.
The following quotation are furni'licd TIh
"ribune r.v M. S Jo.-dan k Co., looma TOvr,
Urara building, Scranton, Va
IllRh. Low. Clos
Aincririn Nicnr .
lliook. Tmctlon .
Halt. .1- Ohio ...
I'hri. k 01 in
l Im k (Jt. Wwt.
Kan. & Te., I'r. .
Louis, fi XaO
Man. l:lc.itrd ....
Smtlirrn Pt IHfj ...
Noifolk k Wot. ...
V . (Vnlr.ll
Ont. k W'otnn ....
IVnni. II. It
Heading It. It
HradliiK Hi., Pr. ..
Southern II, it
Suit hern It. It , I'r.
Trim ojl k Irmi .
1 . s. I.i'jthrr
I". S. Leather, I'r. .
V. S. Iluhher
Union iiilflu ...I55i
Union rjeifle, Pr. .
Col. Furl k Iron ...
Am ( .u foundry ,
to 0711 fl'i'
... Si Wi
... Wj 40 i
... HJ, n.",
... 07's 1(7
... iw'i :;'4
, ,. H.", fkM4
... it i;-
... II 41
i... 41)1,2 II
... so fii,
r . st-el Co. ..
I'. S. Steel Co.. Tr.
NKIV VOnK (IHAIN MAnKKT.
pec ember .
Hoi ember .
Scranton Board of Trade Exchange
Quotations All Quotations Based
on Par of 100.
STOCKS nid. A'ked.
1 arkawnna Hairy Co . Tr tM
County ImvIiir Hank k Trust Co.. m)
Firt National Hink icaroonnaie;..
Btai.daid Drllllnir t""
Third National Bank :
mine Pepoilt and PUcount llank..
Kccnomy I.iRht. H. & ' l"o
Firit National flank
Laika. Truat Safe Deposit Co
Clark k f-nover Co., I'r.
Koianton lion Feme k Mfif. Co....
Kcrantnn Axlo WorU
Suanton t-avlnss flink
Trader' National Hank
Scranton Holt k Nut Co
New Mexico l!y. k C.to.
Scranton I'assrnser Hallway, tint
MorUHRf. due K-
Tcople's Hi eel Railway, first mort.
nate, duo 1113 ;,
n.rni..1! wrect Railway, General
tnortKJR''. ''"' ,f'r' .'. H5
VHckaen Hanufactur nir uo
Lacka. Township Khool 6 per cent.
Cltv ot hcranion di. imp. o per
Deana-Per bushel, choice marrow, fj Mjj ej
Scranton Traction 6 per cent uj
Scranton Wholesale Market.
(Corrected hi II. O. Pale, 27 I.acUsann Ave)
Rutter Fiesli creamery, CO'SaJlc; dairy,
Cheese Full cream, lH,alli.
Kes Weatern fresh, llall',2c. s nearby state,
Vfedlum Bein Per bmhel. 12 Oi2.15.
fiieen Peat Per bushel, l 0al.4V
Flour licit patent, per barrel, $1,(5,
THE TRIBUNE'S "WANT"
4 Lines 10 Cents
More Than Four Unci, 3 Cents for Etch 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 office of
10It IIKNT-four or live room. aullaMe for
Hshl homeUeplne; all modern lmproe.
mentis heat lorAtlon In tho rlly. Call jt 411
Wheeler aicnue, or Cramer'n Mudlo, 311 lcka
inn ftllNT V complete and newlv furnlfhed
lioue: modern, ami hlghlv rteilrable: family
Ifulneclt); will irnt, until rptlns. 711 Qulney
FOn HKNT-Cool, pleaant rnnnn, desirable loca
tion. KM Washlnnton aenue.
101! Tllivr -lllelil looiin, 7.X1 .lefTcrwn avenue-,
all modern convenience
K!! OREIIV IlinOR STRKFT. ten roomi. modern
Improvenienti; iteam heat furnished- d!lr
FOn Svl.K-Hilf Intercut In proccry bulne.
Ilofnciicci gUcn and rcquhed; pa.Unj; 10
per cent, net; M..VW mils"; chance for joung
man. CnniCK), Pime liuildlnR.
ICi: FOR HAt.i: am ton of Ico tor eale. on P.,
i. k V. nt I'm Im) vllle Cicameiy. For par
ticular Imiuiic of llcraco scanuiis, accielary,
FOR SM.H V fine Tulfis Soda Founlalu. in ex
icllcnt conilillon: will be old cheap lor
nant of uo; ot ! "200. ami will sell for lea
than imc-third its iot. Addieas soda Fountain,
llox 1SI, Reading, I'a.
FOR SAI.K-V Coltrell A- Son cylinder press,
Xlxlfi. in Rood condition, new rollers, $400.
Apply Wllkes-Ilarrc Tinier Offlie, VVIlkes-nane,
For Sale or Kent.
FOR SI,K OR IlKVT lnslc houe. Ml Web
ster acciiue. Ten looms, steam heal. G. F.
RejnohK Connell Imllilinit.
Wanted To Eent.
W'WTLIi TO HUNT V laiec, roomy house;
unliable for a flit ilass boaidinK house,
mast be well and ifntrallv Incited. V. T,
llackctt. Red IMate, Pilcc buildlnc
Reans Per bushel, iholio marrow, $'2.i."a2.60.
Potatoes Per bubel, lal.lO.
Onlons-Pcr bu-hel, l.
New York Grain and Produce.
'cw Yoik. .lulv -21. llour steaily and falily
artlr. Wheal --'pot hrm; No. '2 led, 7Mic.
ele itor; No. 1 noitliiin Duliith. 70,ie. f. o, U
ntloat Onlinii'S tlons and acliM1, and iloed
firm at l-"1 ilB. net adiancc: .lulv i loed 7.;
rpt . 77'4c ; Oil. 77-V ; Dec. 701c torn
- -pot film. No. -2. .Vl'at. cleatni, and ?
f o. h. afloat. OpliniH openeil htioiiR and mu li
lilshei on dry writlier repoils, better i iblis,
iroo.l fpoinhtne IuijIiir. Ilio ilo In wheat and
licht otlcifnus. t lesctcd (or a time under
ii'ilirim.', but finally lallieil on cuscriii-; and
ilosid flim at h4 ili . net .idvamc .lull i loed
fi'i'ic -, fc-pt , .Vi'ic . Oct , lik.i llei , Ml'ic
Oiti Spot teld No. '2, 40iai.; No. .1, 40, ,
.No. ! white. 41'i.aHi : No. :i while, 4!i.; timk
mixed wetrin, 40,il2i.; track while, 42a, sc.
Options oprneil stiotiR and uilecl moit nithi-.
'I In- i ioo was teacI3. Rutter Mronc: ream
cij, lila 20c ; failoi, 1'lalV.; iinltatloii irra in
ns, llal7i : iitatc dally, llalliie. Cheese
Steady; fancy laiRC, colored, 9'ic. ; do. do,
white, 0c : fines mill. inloied, f.ic; do. clo ,
while, !i'i' Kkr 1'iriii; talo ami Penna , ln.i
17c; svci-tern, iiiuandled, i.a'( ; western,
landled, 1 l.il.'n .
Philadelphia Grain nnd Produc.
Pluladelphla. .lull 21 Wheal -Film, lc. liiRh
er, contract srade. .Iul. 74a7l'-..c. Coin Film,
lc higher; No. i iiiived, July, !Wa'c. Oats -Him,
',4c hither. No. -2 white dipped, Kn
lluttir- Finn, ROml demand; fams wctein
iieauiei), -21 1 ; do. do. pilnls, '21c ; do nearby
do, '21c Kcrs Finn, Rood demand; fresh nei
Iiv. 13alH- . do. western, ISaltx.: do i-outh
w'cstcin. 12'jp Ch(esi--(Juiel, but otcady: New
oik full creams, fanes mall, 0ic. ; do do. do
fair to choke, si'i'ic Rcttned MiRir I n
iliiiiRcd Tallow Dull, dly pi line in hhils ,
S'c; lountiy do. do., Iild-, iViI'm takes,
f,';c I.isc poultry Pull and weak: fowN, lm
loUc. ; old roiwicrs, 7c-. : xptins ihukens, U.i
IV ; dmk, malic. Dic-o-ecl poultrv tcac ;
fowls, diolie, ll'jc.; do. fail to Rood. 10'jallc,
old iooteis, fi''..c.; hioiicis, neail, cja21c-. ;
wrktem do , Viili
Itccelplv I lour, '2.000 bairels and 1,117,0011 llu.
In .llk.; wlical. IKnuu hu.hels, cun. I,ial
bushels; oats. -21,0011 IukIicIs sldprnents -Wheat,
4R.ono bu.hels; toin, 2.J00 bushels; cats, 4,000
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chicago, Julv "21.- I line was a dlmliiiiition nf
csiltoment in the Riain maikel todai, but weath
er remained nienaiine: and pikes adsatued wheat
do.inR 1 ''.. corn, l'jal'sc and oats, a'vC
hfcher lor Siptembcr deliCM. Proiislons
lulcd dull and closed liicRulai, Cash n,uotationa
were as follows;
F'oui- Finn; No. .'! spring wheat, 6na70c.', No.
'2 led. 72a7'2'4i ; No 2 coin, 3l'iaVi'c. ; No.
'2 jellow, f"i'c No. 2 oats, .17-V ; No. S
while, in'ii . No ;i white, .'17a.t0i; No. '2 rje,
.WiiiV . ; fair to iholcc maltlnc. 4aVli ;
piiini- lllnolliv .id, 'i'2j, mciis polk, 11.ICU
H I): lard, li'2'-.a tij. choil rib". 7.SjaS 01;
ih railed slinuldus, 7':a7r'si ; shoit dear
Ides, ..!5aMj, whi-kej, l '2'l.
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Chuaso, Jul '21. Cattle -Rcieipts -24 1,000, lar
rcI iu hllors of the sards, Includins "00 Tex
an.', elow ami 15 lo 40c. lower, Kood to primes
hli-eis, ytXujM, iooi to medium. ?lal.'2."i;
Blockers and feeders, 2 0i, cows. goal 50,
hcifris, .2.Oal75. i aimeis. M ,W2 S5, bulls,
tf2-21al0; iales, 1 75iH, Texas steers. .la4 50
Hog.. Iteieipis. s:,,00il; tomonow, -20,1X1; left
oet, I.Ois), opened 5 to 10 cents lowct; closed
fiini, inivcd Hid luitilins, fti.iwafi.lO; roocI to
i hull e hcavv, KidOaO.O; imuu heais, f,.h,ii5SJ;
light, $.V"5.i5 SO: bulk of ales, t'j fOaii,
liec Receipts, IV.0O0; slieep and lambs,
toady. Rood in dioic e wetlieis, tlV)al'2"i; fair
to clinne mixed, ..IViJ.hO; wettrn cheep, M :;o
al; jcarlma-. flal.5u. native iamh, f.j.t.'i 0,
vsestein lamb", M.IOal.50.
Ofllclal iricipts and ohipmcnls fur Tuc.dai:
Riceipt. Catllc. 7..'M: lne. 17.0il"i; she p,
14,071. -hlpments-Caltle, 1,12''; hojt, i.ou,
New Vuik, July 21. -Ilecies Maiktt slow;
steels, 10al5c, lower, except tor piime Riacies;
bulla and cows, 10 lo '!i cents oft; steeis, fl aCi
fi 10, bulls, $3al(i; cows, tj.2al.0J; choice fat
do , $1 13
Calscs Market '2.1c lower; veils, S.H0..M;
dmiie to exlia, HSJ'Sa'i hulleunilks, yu.'id,
heep Mcady; goud li choke lamlia in de
mand; full, tcari : medium and lommon. slow
tu '25c . off; sheep, W4 '2'i; chclne wethe.i, H 50
Iambs, !f.1215:ij, one deck, 1 U
Hng. -Muk"t dull, steady; wt stern hogs, $1.25;
slate do . iff (Oah 50.
New York Live Stock,
RufTalo, July 21 - Cattle Receipts, '2 cars;
market unfavoiable for all but choice prime tat
handy ImUlicit or ihoicc heavy shipping and
cxnoit steers; best hindy seals, $.50ii17"
Hogs Receipts, 10 caia; steady! mixed and
mediums, JI joah.ai; pig, a livi.1.20.
spilng lamha ( holce lo fancy, 5 elecrt.15 50;
handy wcthcii. fLISal 10,
Oil City, lulv 51 -Credit lulames, 123: cm
tlticatei, no hid shipments, MXftt; airiagc,
101,J33. Huns, (W.I.S0; avernge, fH.Oo.
"Wanted A joung Fientli woman lo giie
le.sona to an American gentleman. Apply Ho
tel , JO o'clock Frldaj."
The foregoing advertisement, printed in a Pant
piper, almo.t caused a riot at Ihe hotel at
ihe hour nimed. The American gentleman was
(i Webster Jones, of an Francisco. Mr. Jonea
left orderi that he would ltceive appllcanla in a
room at the hotel, and they mljht be admitted
to the corridor pending hit arrival, When he
got there he found a line that reached out into
the street and extended all the way ts the
Plate Vendome. Five hundred dishing Parlslin
ladies were clamoring (or light of the "Amtr-
W'ASTKII-Oie thouand peron to hoy ono
Ihoinand holtles "Knlnlils Aromatk Hrup
of l'runef" nature's tieatet ph.velr. Irsn
bottle, 25 centi. thai. I. Jones 1337 Hack
W'ANTKD An Intelligent (Catholic) lady or Ren
lleman to flit a llltht, pleasant pn.ltlon;
eood ra, K aultahle. Addrcaa 1'. O, Hot CO,
Help Wanted Male.
H'ANTIIO Two energetic joun? men for outdoor
woiki (rood opportnnlly for hutlcrs. Ad
dtfM .1. II,, 'lribune olttcc,
Help Wanted Female.
WAN'TKP-Tlirec Rood, experienced ulcsladies,
at once, 117-1.19 Penn avenue.
BRANCII WANT OFFICES.
Want Advertisements Will Ba
Itecelved nt Any of the Follow
ing Drug Stores Until 10 P. M.
ALBERT BCIILUTZ. corner Mulberry
street and Webster asenue.
GUSTAV FICIILl,, 650 Adams avenue.
GKORGK W. JCNRINS, 101 South Main
FRFD l,. TERPPE, 723 Cedar avenue.
GEO. W. PAV1S. corner North Main
avenue and Market street.
CHARLES P. JONES, 1557 Plckaon
P. J. JOHNS, MO Green Ridge street.
C, I.OREXZ, corner Washington ave
nue and Marion street.
V. II. KNEI'l'n,. 1017 Irving avenue.
J. O. RONE & SON.
Mrs. Tompkins, 631
Money to Loan.
I3J0.OO0 TO LOAN Lowest rates; straight or
monthly payments. Stark k Co.,Traders' bid?,
ANY AMOUNT OF MONEY TO LOAN'-Qulck,
strain! t leans or Uuildlng and Loan At
from 4 to 6 per cent. Call on N. V. Walker.
.".1I-.U1 Cornell building.
OCR NEW ROOK sent free, fully Illustrated,
treats of all conditions of men. tells how lo
attain "Peifect Msnhooil." Should be tu the
hinds of everv mile adult. Address Eric Medical
Co., "Rook Dipt.," lliiflalo, N. V.
hi IT ATION" WWIEP- s cook or chef in hotel
or club. Addles, Cook, 11.1 Penn avenue.
S1TI ATION W N1EO vs cook or chef In hotel
oi dull. Addics, look, 115 Penn avenue.
SIT I VI ION WANTED lis- joung man as bonk-
kccpel, or office woik of any kind; evperi
eniecl, bet ri femurs. C E P. Tribune Office,
Si IT ATION WANTED-llv a Inly to take in
wa-hlng M. It . Tribune Office.
Sill AT ION VNIED-Circular sample distribu
tor or ininagiug tlie woik, or collector for a
Rood firm. Address II , or tall on Dr. Thompson,
01.1 Eatt Maikrt street
SITE ATION V NTEP-To go out bv the day
wanning or cleaning. Call on or address Mra.
Rus.ell, 1219 Cedar avenue.
CUV or S(RN'TO. Pepaitment of Public
safeiv. sealed proposals will be opened nt
lice ofhee of Ihe recorder, by the lecorder and
the director of public .3fcts, at 4 o'cloik p, nl ,
Vloiiday, Vug. 5, I!W1, for Hie repairing of Col
iitnhia Hose house on Division street, Vcst
Scranton. according to plans and specifications
in the office of the building inspector, city hall,
AH bids ..hall be filed with the city controller,
at Ids office In the city hall, not later than 10
o'clock a. in, Monday, Aug, 5, 1001 The city
le-ervcs tho light to reject anv or all bids.
I". L. WORMsE.il,
Director of Public Safety.
Scranton, Pi , Julv -11, 1101.
lean gentleman." They were unanimously re
solved to glio liim lesvins. Jones was paral.ved
at the sight and tied, leaving lh hotel people
to get out of the snipe as best they might.
The manager and clerks argued In vain, Tho
ladlea would not lie pacified. They clamored
for a sight of the ewsivc American. The pollco
were called. The women were put out, but
more women kept coming all day. The hotel
was under police protection for twenty-four
hours. Jones fled to another hotel, a wiser,
and, prihaps, e. better man. lie Is now con
lnced thit people read adierllsemcntJi, but he
has j-etircd fiom the business. Paris Mes
At Pllt.buiB R. II. K.
Cinclnniti 0 0 0 0"2 0 01 ft 2 7 K
Pittsliuic 112 2 12 11 x-ll II 2
Rittsrles Phillips and Rergen; Tannehlll and
Zinunei. I'mpite O'Pay.
At Philadelphia- R. II. T.
noimi o n o t n o o o o i i o
Philadelphia 2 0 ft 0 n 0 1 1 x- 7 0
llatlrries PiltlnEcr, Nlc-hols and Klltrcdgc;
ponohue and Jackllt.. t'mplte Emalle,
At nrnokljn R. If. E.
New i oik 10 00.11020-10 H 4
liiooklin :m nnonoo i 8 it 3
Hatteilci -Phvlc, Tajlor and smith; Donovan,
Kennedy and Fatiell, 1'mplte Pwjer.
At si. Louis- II. II. E.
(Iilcagc 0(10 ft Oft 1 00-1 I) -2
St, Louis ft I 0 0 1 0 ft ft x-'2 H 2
Ratleiles Waddc II and Kahne, Murphy and
Rj.in. L'niplic Na.h.
At Chicago- R. II. E.
Washington 0 I 0 ft o ft 2 ft ft- .1 S .1
(hliagc I ft li I 7 I I x-K I .1
Rattcrles ration and Grid); Cillahan, llai-
vey and Sullivan. I mplre Cantillon.
At Cleveland- R. II. E
Raltlmote ft 1002 I ft (0-0 V) .1
Cleveland 0 0 3 0 0 .1 1 li 0-fl II 1
Ballerles McGlnnlty snd Rresnahan; Macro
anil Ycagi-r. L'liipire-l'onnolly,
M rietii.it It. II E.
Pluladelphla 2 0 5 2 0(1(102 II 17 I
Drtiull 0 ft ft 3 1 10 ft ft-5 . :i
Batleriea-Frarer and Smiin; I'ronin, High,
Owen and lluclovv, l'mpirc Haskell and Man
assau, t Milwaukee- II II F.
Ro.mn o i o ft o ft 1 n 1 -a io 4
Milwaukee I 1 2 ft ft ft 0 0 x-4 10 I
Balterlea-Uis and Crlfer; lUvsley and
Maloney, I'mrire Sheridan.
At Buffalo Buffalo, 4; Montreal, 5.
At Worcester Hartford, 3; Wnrrsiter, 3.
At Toronto Toronto, 3; Rochester, 1,
3 Insertions 25 Cents
More Than Pour Lines, A Cent for Each Extra Lino.
Certified Public Accountant.
EPWARP C. SPAFLPINO, 13 TRADERS BASS
KuW,':nD " "AVIS, ARCI1I1ECT, CONNELL
FREDERICK L. nROW.V. ARCH. R, ItEAIi
Estate Exchange fitdg., 120 Washington aa.
Civil and Mining Engineer!!.
'JJIAHPINn.JiOrt CONNELL BUILPINO.
Pit- 0. F.. EILENRER0ER,PAULIBUii3lN(lT
Spruce street, Scranton.
ML 0. C. LAUilACH, 115 WYOMING AVENUE.
FRANK K. ROYLE, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Rooms 12. II, la and H Burr building.
F. K. TRAOY.ATT'Y.COMMONWEALTH BLDO.
D,.i1 RKI'l-OOLE, ATTORNEY-LOANS NEGO.
tlated on real eatate aecurlty. Mtars building.
corner Washington avenue and tipruce street.
Wir.LARD, WARREN k KNArP, ATTORNF,V,a
and counscllora at-law. Republican building,
JESSUP k JESSt'P, ATTORNEYS AND COUN.
jeilors at-law. Commonwealth building, Roonu
10, 20 and 21.
EDWARD W. THAYER. ATTORNEY. KOOMS
"03W4. Oth floor, Mcars building.
L. A. WATRES. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, BOARD
ot Trade building, Scranton, Ta.
PATTERsON' k WHO.Y, TRADERS' NATIONAL
C. COMEOVS, 0 13 REPUBLlCsN BUILDING, "
A. W RERTIIOLF. OFFICR MOVED TO Ka
211 Wyoming atenue.
Physicians and Sugeons.
DR. W. E. ALLEN, 613 NORTH VASIHNOTOX
DR, S. W. l.'AMORRstlX. OFFICE 330 WASH
Ingtcn avenue. Residence, 1318 Mulberry.
Chronla di.ease, lungs, heart, kidneys and
genlto-iirlnary organs a tpeclalty. Hours, t
to 4 p. m.
Hotels and Besturants.
THE ELK CAFE, 125 AND 127 FRANKLIN
avenue. Rates reasonable,
P. ZEIGLER, Proprietor.
ECRANTOV HOUSE. NEAR D L. it VV. PAS
senger depot. Condurted en the European
r'an. VICTOR KOCH, Proprietor.
A. n. DRIGOS CLEANS PRIVY VAULTS AND
cess pools: no odor; only Improved pumps used.
A. B. Brlggs, proprietor. Leave orders, 1100
North Main avenue, or Eickc's drug store, cor
ner Adams and Mulberry, Both telephones.
G. R. CLARKE k CO.. SEEDSMEN AND NURS.
erymen, store 201 Washington avenue; green
lioiiea, 1050 North Main avenue; store tele
JOSEPH KUETTEL, REAR 511 HCKA. AVE..
Scranton, Pa., manufacturer of Wire Screens.
DRESsXHKIN'G FOR CHILDREN TO ORDER;
also ladles' waists. Louis Shoemaker, 212
MEOAROEE BROS., PRINTERS' SUPPLIES, EN.
ve lopes, paper bags, twine, Warehouse, 130
Washington avenue, Scranton. Ta.
THE W1LKESDARRB RECORD CAN BE HAD
In Scranton at the news stands of Relsman
Bros.. 400 Spruce and 503 Linden: M. Norton,
(22 Lackawanna avenue; L S. Schutter, 211
Rooms at Fan-American.
ELEGs.NT LOCATION and furnishings. Rates.
75 cents and l 00. Write for particulars.
The VIoi timer, 155 Woodlawn avenue, Mrs, Fan.
nle M. Stearns.
Ml.NNTi: THOMAS VS. JAMES THOMAS. In the
court ot Common PJeas of I-ackawsnna coun
ty. No. SO, Match tenn, 1001. Libel In di
To James Thomas, the above named respondent!
You are hereby notified that the sheriff havnnj
returned the subpoena and alias subpoena lc
this caso "non est inventus" and the court hav
ing ordered notice upon you by publication, you
aie hereby notified, therefore, to be and appeal
at the next term of said court, to he held al
Scranton, In slid county of Lackawanna, nn Mon.
day, the sixteenth diy of September, A. P. 1001,
to answer the complaint of the said libellant.
C, II. SCIIADT, faheriS.
A W. RERTIIOLF,
Attorney for Libellant,
Money Will Earn Bit; Monthly
The Investor's Fund Pays Semi-monthly.
The oldest cstahli-hed in America. No certificate
holder has ever lost a cent. Payments made to
all subscribers every 15 days. No trouble. No
delay, Money refunded on demand. Write, to.
day for particulars, free to any sddress.
C. E. Mackey k Co., Hudson Bid's;., Ness- Tort
Pacific Anthracite Coal Co.
Capital, $6,0 CO.OOO: ,?
P. 0. Box 1090, ' .
Seattle, Wah July 9, 1001.
We have for sale a block of stock In a n
find that we pronounce the richest prospect in
dec gold rjuarla on eaith: 157 lbs. of this quarts
selected actually sold for $3,W0. The discov.
erer has still richer chunks. Write for puticu
lus. We alsn oiler development slock in this
( nal company, the flist anthracite discovered on
mis coasi j. 51 iin.-vsivit, rrefcjent,
Pacific Anthracite Coal Co.
Paying 3J to 5
Clies. & Ohio, H. & A. DIv. 1st Con.
iJvanx. & Toire 1 Incite 1st Con. 6s.
Iowa Con. Ily. Co. 1st fis,
laouls., N. A. & Clik'., Chic. & Ind.
DIv. 1st lis.
Mexican Central Tly, Con. s.
MIrsouiI Pacific Trust 6.
Mob. & Ohio, Montgomery DIv. 1st
Oiegon Short l.lne 1st Con. 6s,
Ulo Cirande Western 1st ia.
tit. I.ouls Bridge Term. Ry. 1st 61,
St. I... Iron Mt. t So. Befd. is.
Mil. Klec By. & Lt. Co. V"e Pf'd,
Complete Circular List on Application.
Spencer Trask & Co
27-20 Pine Street,
M Mate Street, Albany, N. V, NBW YORK