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THE SCKANTOxV TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY, JULY 31. 1901.
THE PETRIFIED REMAINS OF A
8TRANOE ANIMAL FOUND.
They Have Been Sent to Syracuse
University Mice Make a Nest in n.
Roll of Sills Worth $000 Fun nt
the Coming Republican County
Convention A Vnndllng Find
Local nnd Other Topics Treated in
a Lino or Two.
Kperhl to the Scranton Tribune.
fliif-quphanna. .Julv 30. While work
men ivero excivntlnr- for a cellar, near
Oulf Summit, they unearthert the retil
tled remains of nn animal estlmntdl
to have been sixteen feet lonp. The
"body lay heart downward, on a phelf
under a piojectlnfr rook. The left fore
lee was nilffliiK. A hind foot had been
broken off at the knee, but the foot
was found under the root of a tree
Lime water falling on the bones had
turned them to utone. The outlines of
the body were perfect. On a rook foot
prints as large iw the aveiaRe slzoet
dinner plate were found. The teeth
were six Inches long. A Lust- i.ittle
snake crawled out of the ukull, and It
was killed by Farmer ,heeenlan.
The futmei's of the neighborhood be
lieve the bones to be those of a masto
don, but a local geologist says they
fire thope of n innnMcr species of hoi se.
the bones have been sent to Syracuse
MADE A MIST OF MONKY.
Fanner .In red Wlloox, of Lynn, re
cently beoniw sutploous of banks, and
withdrawing $!'00, he hid It In a stock
ing, which he placed in a trunk In the
attic of the house. He had oocaslon to
use some money, a few days since, and
upon going to the trunk, he found that
mice had made a nest of the notes. He
will .eiul the remnants to the He
demptlon buieau, hoping to sccute re
dress. IT "WILL HE WORTH ATTENDING.
Divers peivons, and some persons
who oie not dlveis. are sharpenng
knives for the coming Republican
county convention, and, unless the pro
gramme is changed, a fen people will
be laid out cold, without hope of nn
earthly lesuiiectlon. The regulars are
led by Congressman C. Fred Wright, of
Susquehanna, and Colonel Charles C.
Pratt, of New Mlltoid. the leading can
didate for state senator, while foimer
Register and Recorder Samuel R.
"Wright, of Monti ose, and Thomas Kll
row will lead the forlorn hopes
of the "Independents." It will be
a Wright convention from the start,
and something Is likely to diop hatd.
There Is blood on the face of the muon
and a bajonet in the sky,
A VANDLINC. "FIND."
Over nt Vandllng some miners have
al.'ooverd in a mine, the petrified hoof
racks of a prehistoric hoise, the foot
irlnts of a giant and the distinct maiks
)f a ulo tree. The foot-prints of the
jlant are tlfteen Inches long, with evi
dence that the heel of the earliest deni
zens of the Foiest City section was lo
cated in the middle of the foot. Our
Vandllng friends nie doing well. Let
them continue their researches.
Heavens only knows what they will
FLOTSAM AND JETHAM.
It Is reported that when the Hum
wood and Fiddle Lake railioad is built,
the general supei intending will be ten
dered to Elder Chailey Russ, of Rum
wood. It Is reported that during a storm at
Toyntelle, a few days since, sweetened
hailstones fell. Home years ago a
shown- of catfish descended upon For
est City, but a shower of rniaiiiols Is
even better. Let Lake Lodute look to
Perhaps Pre'r Renjaniln Haines, of
the Honesdale Independent's, might be
Induced to loan his pet "four-track
trans-continental railroad" to the man
agers of the Caibfindale seml-ienten-nlal
celebiatlnn. It would be a gteater
attraction than the "Stourbridge Lion"
of which there Is mighty little left, ex
cept a memory.
IN A LINE OR TWO.
Mrs. David Mason, of Susquehanna
(nee Miss Belle Orecnwood), died nt
the home of her patents, nt Winwood,
AVayne county, on Saturday evening,
after a brief Illness. She Is survived
by her husband. She was an estimable
woman, and her death was both sad
and untlmely. The funeral took phue
nt Winwood on Monday.
Rev and Mrs. E. E. Rellly, of the
Presbyterian church, and Rev, I. M.
Shlpman an I family, of the Raptlst
church, are enjoying their vacation.
The Erie will furnish its employes
nnd their families fice passes to Buf
falo during the Pan-Ameilcan. The
Erie Is always libeial with its em
Demoeratsarenot lnslngsleep because
of the lltle Republican squabble in this
county. They want the good work to
Susquehanna will have about twenty
five new nnd desirable residents In a
few das, when the office of the Erie
Mechanical Superintendent A. E. Mit
chell, Is removed from New York city
to this borough.
Family reunions nre In bud.
Miss Myrta Fiench, the well known
opera singer, who has Susquehanna re
latlves, nnd Jean Paul Knererstelncr, of
Philadelphia, a pianist, weie married
nt Eau Claire, Wisconsin, July 21.
William Main on Friday caught a
pike weighing eight pounds In the
river at Lanesbnro. The fish was thirty
two Inches long. Lamplio eels were
used as halt
Masked men on Friday Inght visited
n prominent tesldent of the Oakley side,
and told him to get rlrt of a tenant, who
Is a non-resident employed In the Erie
boiler shop, or his home would be burn
ed. The landlord Is thinking hard.
Jpeelsl to the Rcrsnton Tribunt.
Gibson, July 30, Our town Is all alive
this week with visitors. Mr. and Mrs.
"Wood Styles, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Styles and two children, Dr. Styles and
Mrs. Edward Patterson, are enjoying
the hospitality of Mr. nnd Mis. C. C.
Lupton this week.
F. W. Barrett has been sfck the past
Three runaways in town the past
week; A medicine man. Oay Tiffany's
milk wagon nnd Ralph Holmes'. They
nil had demolished wagons. Aside, from
that, no other damage was done.
Llewellyn Wescott attended the
church fnlr nt South Olbson.
H. A. Harrett entertained the past
week Mr. Alder Smith, wife and chil
dren, Mrs. Dr. Swnrtz nnd Mis. Smith
and two children.
Ernest Denson. Julia Strockblne.
Floyd Perry nnd Maud Griffiths attend
ed the Pan-American exposition last
Edward Hill nnd family. Gaylle nnd
Hnille Tlngley nnd Miss Eflic Tlngley
attended the Tlngley family lcunlon at
Hntfoid on ThurFdny.
Mr. J. W. Bailey nnd family, after n
Six dogs have stolen this little fellow's
threo weeks' absence to visit his
bi other, George, have returned home.
Miss Sadie Lamb has returned fiom
Sunday and Monday's showers were
terrific and did a laige amount of dam
age. II. A. Barnard Is spending his vaca
tion at the home ot his fathcr-ln-law,
F. A. Barnard.
Wood Styles nnd Mr. Lupton caught
a three-pound bass at Blandlng lake
Mr. Alder Smith, wife nnd children
have returned to their home in Blng
Stiockblne & Hulbert nre hauling
John Potter's hay fiom his farm on
Mr. W. H. Estabrook and Mr.. Sarah
Strockblne attended the funeral of
Pnnlsh Tiffany, nt Harford.
Mrs. Spencer received the sad news
Monday of the death of her niece, at
Rev. Herrlck has ngaln returned
home, after his prolonged absence at
his mother's bedside.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Tunkhannock, July 30. Miss Helen
Lewis visited at Wllkes-Barre on Tues
day nnd Wednesday of this week.
William C. Klttrldge and family have
rented a cottage nt Lake Winola and
will spend the week there.
Dr. Guthiie, of WIlkea-Barre, was
called here on Monday 'by the serious
Illness of Mrs. Harty nilllngs.
The meat market on East Tioga
street, owned by Leonard Carlln, has
just been purchased by Marlon S.
Jackson, of Second street,
Daniel Russell, of Mehoopnny, was
a business caller in town on Tuesday.
The final account of P. W and T.
D. Dershlmer, executors of the estate
of Peter Deishlmcr, deceased, late of
Falls township, was audited by O.
Smith Kelneer, esq., on Tuesdty.
Alls. Lulu Sloeum has commenced
proceedings in divorce gainst her hus
band, Fied Sloeum. The parties are
fiom Nicholson township.
A meeting will bo hold at the office
of Henry Hnidlng, esq., this evening
for the purpose of making arrange
ments for an entertainment of the
veterans of the Fifty-second regiment,
Pennsylvania volunteers, during their
leunion to be held at this place on
Thursday, Septembtr 1:'.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
rittston,July30. The Plttston Rutch
ers' association contemplates a stilct
surveillance on a few merchants who
peisist In keeping their establishments
open on Sunday, and have engaged an
attorney to look after their interests.
Notice will be setved on the Sunday
sellers, and unless they discontinue the
practice, arrests will be made.
Dr. Mulholland's handbome brick resi
dence, on Rro.id street, was damaged
to the extent of 11,000 by a fire, about
5.30 this morning. The flames origin
ated In the sub-cellar from an unknown
cause, but weie confined to that por
tion of the residence, through the vigi
lance of the tlremen. The family was
absent nt the time.
The Italian of this vicinity will have
another of their popular celehrntlons at
Rrowntown park, next Satuiday and
Sunday evenings. As usual, a special
feature of the picnic will be the display
of fireworks, which takes place nt mid
night Sunday evening. Over JI50 worth
of ilreworks will lluminate the sky, and
will be in charge of Gulseppe drone,
the celebrated pyrotechnist, of New
York city. Among the larger displays
will be the battle between the allied
troops and the Chlneee.
At a meeting of the Central Labnt
union last evening, It was decided to
change the meeting place fiom Clif
ford's hall to the St. Aloyslus hullding
on South Main street. The union's leg
Ulatlve committee was Instructed to
wait on the board of health and ascer
tain If something could not be done to
Improve the water now heingr furnished
the consumers by the Springbrook
At d meeting of the Republicans of
the Fifth Legislative district, held here
yesterday, Joseph Moore, of Miners'
Mills, was elected delegate to the state
convention, nnd Henry Merrltt, of
Word has been tecelvcd bote of the
marrlngo of John Mitchell, a well
known young mnn of this city, formerly
a clerk In the dry goods store of R, H.
Cutler, to Miss Luclllle. S. Soulsby, of
Enston. The wedding took place nt the
hitter place, July 13, nnd Mr. nnd Mrs.
Mitchell will icslde theie for the pres
ent. The Eagle Hose company drill squad
has decided to accept an Invitation to
be the gucstR of the Excelsior Hose
company, of Wnrwlck, N. Y nt the
nnnual Flremen day In that city.
The People's Telephone company Is
preparing to complete the construction
of tlrolr line from the lower end of
West Plttston to Forty Fort, making n
complete trunk line on the west side ot
the river from West Plttston to Plymouth.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Thompson, July 30. Mrs. Harry
Smith, who has been very 111 at the
home of Mrs. A. Collier, Is Improving.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Crosier have gone
to Carmel grove to attend camp meet-
clothes. Can you find the six dogs?
lng, which will be In session this week
Miss Rosa Collier has returned from
a two weeks' vacation, nnd reports a
very enjoyable time.
Rev. A. C. Olver, of Lake Como, at
tended the entertainment nt the Bap
tist church on Friday evening.
Mis. W. H. Walker and three daugh
teis, of Blnghnmton, X. Y are spend
ing a few days with Mrs. A. C. Foster.
Thomas Leonard, of Scranton, spent
the Sabbath nt the home ot C. M. Lewis.
On his leturn home ho took his little
daughter. Doiothy, who has been stay
ing a few weeks with her aunt.
On Monday last, C. M. IwIs, Will
lain Wicr. L. F. Seaiis, E. H. Bloxhnm
nnd William Van Horn, of this borough,
were doing business at the county seat,
C. L. Clark, ot Green Grove, arrived
in town last night, to work on his farm
Miss Mnttle Darling, of Blnghamton,
Is visiting Mrs. G. I. Clntk.
NUTRIMENT IN QUAIL EGGS.
They Have a Good Flavor and Aro
"Few persons nro aware of the fact,"
said a. well known physician yesterday,
"but it is true, nevertheless, that the
egg of the p.irtiidge Is one ot the most
nutritious things In the world. They
are not used' for cirTing purposes ex
cept, In very rare cbhcs, and then It
generally happens In remote rural dis
tricts. I have known negro families
in the state of Louisiana, during the
laying season to live on the eggs of
partridges. And they would flourish
handsomely nnd grow fat on nccount
of the rich properties of the eggs.
These eggs, of course, never find their
way Into the market, because they are
never taken from their nest except by
such persons as I have mentioned,
and they rob the nests, I suppose, be
cause their principal food supply comes
from this source. Quail meat comes
pietty high In the market nt all times
nnd the aerage man will tlnd It more
profitable to spare the eggs nnd wait
for the birds when the hunting sonson
rolls around. These men would pass a.
hundred nests in one day without dls.
turhlng nn egg. The sport of hunting
the birds is an additional Incentive.
"The average negro does not care
so much about this nspeet of the cape.
He figures that tho white man, having
the best gun and the best dog, will
beat him to tho bird. So he goes after
the egg. One partridge will lay nny
where from a dozen to twenty eggs,
and a nest Is a good And. I know of
many families in rural sections who
feast on these eggs In the laying sea
son. I have tried the egg myeslf ns
an experiment. I found it peculiarly
rich. It has a good flavor, Is yerv pal
atable, and, In fact. Is altogether a very
fine thing to ent. Really, I believe that
the egg has more, nutrition In It than
the fully developed bird, but, of course,
as one of the men fond of the same
in the field, I would like to discourage
the robbery ot the nests,"
At Boston It. II. E.
New York nnnnin.inn.-i in ,i
Boston i n n .i n n n i s u i
Rattrrirs Taylor and Warner; Pittlngcr and
Willis and Moran. rmplic Dwyrr.
At Brooklyn II. H. E.
Phiiaiieiiiiiii nnn2nnnin-3 a i
Breokl)n lOSOOUO'-k 12 I
Batteries Orth and Jaiklitsch; Kltaon and
McOulre. Umpire Emslle.
II. II. E.
...s n n n n n 2 n n- i ., t
...i l n n n o n s n-1 o 2
nnd KiW: stiiiiin. C.ue.e
and Bergen. Umpires Nash and Broun.
St. Louis-Pittsburg not scheduled.
At cifM'ijnd n. 11 n
Philadelphia M0i;in. n i
Cleieland 0 0 2 1 0 n 2 n IV 5 U 3
Batteries Plank and Powers; Mnore. Hart and
Ccnnor. Umpire Connolly and Hatkcll.
Other clubs not scheduled,
At Montreal Montreal, 3; Buftaln. ..
At Hartford-Hartford, 2j rrovldence, 1.
At Broe kton-Rrockton, 0; Worcester, 4.
At Toronto Toronto, 7j rtochfiter, 18,
Wall Street Review.
New York, .tidy 3f. The toik market this
mortimir luiillnno'd the IniprcMlun Heated by
JolricUyV tinikel, when tho iHiumiilatlon ol
mioidile faituia our Sunday aliinally tailed tj
nnakin any n live (tit rost In I lw ipeiulatlo:i,
MiiilIuI in .umfiiIi)' eipertem r, the trad.'ra
uiiu urn tnuio dlMndlncd t tittnnpl a nunc
tnent ol prlici today. The clullncM mid lint"
j.i-liln'v( o( tliu 111,11 krt cxicediil u r 1 1 1 i 1 1 u tli.it
Iim lieu Men pimp lit summer oml .minimi
alter the l.illlni; In piiie on. luoount ol tho
I'l'lng wheat tholttttfc had ln-t n tudet'ilrd by
tin" period ol ualtltiK preeillni the mtlonil
eleitlun. The ralieme lliiituatlon readied
point In only a limited number nt .locks, and
in tin m, as In tho central market, the move
ment wat w.nnlnir ami immtaln. Tin' lament
pait ot the dealing wcie III the United butei
Meet atoik, but the leport in moinliiK new,
papcia ol the good pro.peeta ot a aettlement of
ihe strike Merc Inellectiiil lo eiue any atienith
In the etoik.. Appaiently, .peiulatoia ueie oiv
atiflod with proepeits, hmvrter, (.n limbic, ol a
aettlement, and erp waiting; for nttomplPhrd
(acts and alened paoeri aa a baU o( detennln
itu the piewnt alue and future propeet ol
these aeiuritlea. Tlieie was n leellng ot liner
talnly, aluo, bow far the atrlke ettnment hat
b,en discounted In the recent aihanie ot the
stoik". The tew desultory adiames In InrlltM
ual atntks, some ot them In obscure Industrials,
were Indlrterently held. The whole niuikct sunk
more and moie Into .1 allln attitude. Tin
dosing was dull and ueik at about the lowest,
many Important rallroid stocks showing net
looses o( a point or moio, Total aalca today,
'Ihrte was some only show ol strength In
the railroad bond rinrket nn n well dierslfl'd
demand, but bet pi Ices there were jielded In
tho late dealings. Total Mica nr alue, $1,125,
(Vrt. United St itea bonds were unchanged In quo
tation on the last call,
The following quotations arc furnished TN
Tribune by M. S. .lo.tlan ft Co., rooms '(ft-VA
Urari building, Scranton, Pa, Telephone 60O.1:
Open, High- Low Clos
ing, est, lit. lng.
Amerlnn Sugar ltii 1I"H 112'i 14i
American Tobacco in l.tvi, ut'i MUj
Atchlaon 7t :s T.l 71
Atchison. I'r 07 !7 (x) pn
niook, Traction 77 77 7H 7rt
II lit. k Ohio '17 H7 W1, WV
font. Tobuco ('.7i d?'. 07' j t74
Hirs. .V Ohio 4li t'1'4 4lj 4i
ride, k (it. Wcat Ci'i 2Pi 24 24
st. Paul ttl K.jti 11,014 IWIJ
Itock Maml lll'i IIP,, MS Hi
Louis. . Nash wr, 1( 102 lo2i
Kan. k Tex.. I'r. 51'i Slli 54 51
Mm. Klctatrd 11 111 Us 1H
Met. Traction IftS 1M 1HS IIS
MIso. Pariflu inO"t UllVi iio. pi
hontli. Parlfle flrt'4 M'f, M .ViSi
Norfolk k West 4'i'i ,W4 4'i'i i
N. Y. rentral l.M'l 1MU 11li HUi
Ont. k Western Xl X ,125A H
ronn.l. Ity 1(43 lll'i, 141'i lll'i
Pacific Mall .Ti 42 SI 8'i'
Heading lis- 42'i il'i H'i 411
Heading Itv . Tr., ,..,77 77H 7il'i 7rt'
Sont hem It. It 'M Kcli 2! 213.
Southern Tt. P., Pr St M bi el
Tenn. Coil k Iron f1 ill i;2'4 t.1
I. S. leather in; lUi mj l.Hi
V. S. Leather, Pr 7-1H 7'i 7'l 7'i
I' S. Rubber l'Hj I'll- pi I'll-,
Union Pacific iniH; innis t,s p;7j
Union Paclfie, Pr., .... si eT P'l 1
Wahuh, Pr 40 40i; .11'; S',';
Wetern Union (0'4 1V 02'i HU
Col. fuel k Iron tni 101 loo ii
mil Copper lit 111 11.1 lit
People's (its 11:, mi., hi
I'rle .1; s ,i;ij, a;tj
Krle, 1st bTH t,7U (Mij V,U
( ol. Southern 1.1 1.1 II 11 "
Tevis Parlfle i ir, 411;
Atner. Car Koundrv .... 20 ?A 2 .10
U. .. Meet Co 4"iiR 41tA 4H, 44
U. N Steel Co.. Pr 01 M?s HI 04H
NEW YORK Clll MX MAHKKl".
Open. High- Low. Clos.
WHHAT. Inir est esf lnir
September 7.1'J U 71'i 74
December 7P3 7( 75 7b,
September 57 5a 5; ,1
December 57 59!4 57'i 59
Scrnnton Board of Trnde Exchange
Quotations All Quotations Based
on Par of 100.
Lac'iawsnni Dalrv Co., I'r
Countv Savings Hmk k Trust Co..
First National nank (.Carbondale)..
Standard Prilling Co
Third Nitional Bank
Dime Deposit and Discount Bank..
Economy Light, 11. k V. Co
First National nank
Lacka. Trust Site Deposit Co
Clark k Snocr Co., Pr
Srranton Iron Fence k Mfg. Co....
Scranton Axle Work
Scranton Sadngs nink
Traders' National Hink
Srrinton Holt & Nut to
ew Mexico Ily. .V C.qCo..
Scranton Passenger Hallway, first
Mortgaee, due 1020
People's Street nailway, first mort
gage, due 101S
People's Street Hillway, General
mortgage, due 1921
Dickson Manufacturing to
Lacka. Township School 5 per cent.
City of Scranton St. Imp. 0 per
Bean' Per bushel, choice marrow,
Scranton Traition (1 per cent
d60 . .
Scranton Wholesale Market.
(Corrected bv II. (I. Pile, 27 Laikauanna Ave )
Hiuter Fresh creamery, 20',ia21c; dairy,
Cheese Full cream, lo'-jaltr.
Eggs Western fresh, llJllVsc. ; neuby state,
Medium Peans Per bushel, 2. IO12.IJ,
Green Peas Per buhel, fl.inai.4v
Flour Ile-t patent, per barrel, ?4.45.
Deans Per bu-hel, choice jnairuw, $2.55a2.60.
Potatoes Per bushel, Mat.IO.
Onions Per bushel, ffl.
New York Orain nnd Produce.
ew York, July .10. Flour Fairly arthe nnd
shade steadier. Wheat spot rnirket strong! No.
2 red, "nlic. f. o. h. atloat; No. 2 led, ;o,ic ;
rlciMoi' No. t Sorthein lliilulh, 77c. f o. b.
afloat Option were goueially film ull day and
closed strong at laP.HC 11' adaricc .lull do-ced
7.V j August 74c. ; soptcm'ier, ",43sc. ; (Utonei,
7tc : December, 7d. Coin-spot -.t 1 oiilt. No.
2, fi'i i elevator, ami ,"in f o h, alio it Optlo'i
m.uket opened fliin and higher Closid stiong
at 1.iHsi net higher. .-eptunber closed fc J
October, 5c : Dicember, fA . Oats -spot tinn
er; No. 2, .tai',;C. : Nn.U ,17'ie. ; Xo. 2 whlt
40i2a41c.j No. 1 white, .'i'HialOo ; track mixed
wenern, ."'-llitr. ; track white, ,1huV. op
tions liigher on th" goiirninem weikly ci-qi
bullet'i and strength of corn Butter Minis;
creamery, li'iioiji.; facts.-, Mal'ic: Imiliilnu
orA1 mti 1 ll1"l.,i ifoln stiff 11.1 fl-s 1l,,ic.-
viv uiirij 1 mil :. 1 nan is 1 ,1 1 iiiiii, ii t-ri
- Firm; famy laige coloicil, 0c. ; do. do. white,
Pa'4e ; fancy cm ill colored, (l ; do. do.
white, pit Fgiis-FIrm; state and Pennsil
xania, lOalsc ; iimandlcd, Sall'jjC. j wrstern un
Phllndelphln Grain nnd Producs
Philadelphia, July .10,-Wlieat-Firm, lc. high
er; contract giade July, 71a'jc Corn strong,
1'iC. higher; No. 2 medium, 5rt'-a57c. Oats
Steidv; No. 2 white clipped, 4h Unolj 1 n
changed. Piovloni Uncnanged. nutter Finn,
jc. higher; faiuv wcdtein cieamery, 21lji ;
do. do. prints, 21'ic i do. nearby do., 21e,
Eggs Firm, fresh neirby, 15c; western, 15i ;
do houthwesteru, 12V:c.; do, southrin, 12l
Cheese Flnnei ; N. Y. full croims fjnev small,
l)ae ; do do. do. filr to choice, Vn'j;c, He.
fined sugars-Unchanged. ( otton 1 Ifle. lower;
middling uplands, H S-lSe, Tallow Meadi ; cil.v
prime in bhd., 5ie ; loiuitrv do. do bbU. 4i
si ; cakes, 5ic LIo Poultry Fnmer; fowls,
HialOiic; old roosteis, 7o ; spiing III -s is,
K.Hc. ; ducks, iodic. Dre.sed Poultiy '.fiiiet
and c-asler; fowls choice, llaVi ; In. filr to
good, 0ijc ; n dlrnosteis, fi'jc. ; broilers icimy,
15a20c ; wenern do, l'alrti
Receipts Flour, 1.700 lianels, 2,(l'i0.00n pounds
In .aeks, wheat, 117,000 tm-liel.s: coin, none;
oats, 21.0ci bu-hels. Shlpments-Whe.it, 172,(Tsl
bushels; corn, 17,000 bushels; oats, .1,000 bushels,
Chicngo Grain nnd Produce.
Chicago, July SO The dec lining moiement in
grain piicea sustained a moderate check todav,
September wheat dosing alc. higher; Septem
ber coin, l.ilo. higher; spptember oats la 0.
higher, PrmWons closed 10 to 15 cents 'm
proved. Cash quotitlons were as follows!
Iiour ieao, "so. .1 .puns wneir, noaos,o.
Nn. 2red. ilS'iafiOc. ; j,o. 2 corn, 5.411c. ; No. 2
ellnw, Si'ia.lle.; No. 2 cuts, ,Hj,cV ; No. 2
white. 35aW',io: No, 3 do.. SIVnlftMp,; No 2
ChiciRO Live Stock Market.
Chicago, Julv SO. Cattle lletelpls, .1,500. In
eluding 1,121 Texans. Steady to stione at Men
daj's prices. Uoort to pilme steers, VIOan20;
poor to medium, $l.25aVIO; stoekeis and feed
ers. W.10j35i cos, J2.75al.riO. heifers Ji.25a
5; canneis, 1.21a.2i; bulls, $2.23a4.5; cow,
2.75a4cW; helfeis, $2.25a5; hulls, $:.254 15;
cales reserelv lower; 2 50a2 75; Texas steers
higher. $3al 50 llogt Receipts today, IS.oyi;
tomorrow, 25.(Wl; left oer, 8,151. Actiie and
strong, lOe. higher for bulk, closed slow; mixed
and butchers, $5..12i5.02V4: good to choice heavy,
S5.S0a; rough heavy, i5.35ai.75; light, tJ.iWi
ne, .ii'axic.; lair 10 cnoice mining, 52iV ;
No. l Hax seed, tl.Mi So. 1 Northern, I.S;
pilme tlmothv seed, if.5.i."i, mm poik, fll,"2ivi
1121; lanl. f.S(l5jfi7'i; short nh sides, loose,
7.K.a5! ilrv silled shoillilei. bovil 71larL.n .
short clear sides, boxed, J3,30a8.lO; whiskey!
THE TRIBUNE'S "WANT"
4 Lines 10 Cents
More Than Four Lines. 3 Cents lor Cch Rxtra Line.
About 1200 feet of floor space on
4U1 floor of the Tribune building,
su'table for light maufacturing. In
cluding heat, light and power.
Enquire at office of
FOll nilNT-Ciglil rooms, 7.1.1 Jefferson avenue;
all modern conveniences. '
K!D ORF.KN IHPflK TnF.rT, ten rooms, modern
Improvements; steam heat lurnlahed; dcalr
deslrsble. For Snlo,
FOR SALK Two Williams t,pewrllera and one
Model A Manhattan, all In (list Masa ahape,
Can he bought at a bargain and see,i at any
time at Underwood Typewriter Office, F. It,
Coffin, Miiijgcr, Rocm 5, Arcade huildint. cl'y.
JUST ARIUVIID with a car-load of horses ard
clrler; weight from l.onn to 1,500; sexeral
closely matched teim. Can be seen at 331 Ray
mond court. F. M. Cobb.
FOR SALE A Cottrell k Sons c Under press,
3.1x36, in good condition, new rollers, fSK.
Apply Wilkes-tlarre Times Office, Wllkes-Darre,
For Sale or Bent.
FOR SALK OH I1KNT single house. POI Web
ster axenue. Ten looms, steam heat. O. F.
Rcnold, (,'onnell building.
HAN'DSOMF. PLOT at Factory! Me. beautifully
sltuited; few minutes from station. Pes
esses loiely xiew of surrounding country. Will
cut to suit bums. Prices xeiy low. Address
W. T. Hackett. Rral Rstate, Scranton. Pa.
Money to Loan.
A'K),u0O TO LOAN Lowest rates; straight or
monthly raments. Stark k Co.,Traders' bldg.
ANY AMOUNT OF MONEY TO LOAN-Qulck,
straight leans or Hullding and Loan. At
from 4 to 6 per cent. Call on N. V. Walker,
814-315 Ccnncll building.
WANTED Table boarders. Mrs. Tompkins, 531
OUR NEW ROOK sent tree, fully Illustrated,
treats of all conditions of men, tells how to
attain "Perfect Manhood." Should be In the
hands of eserv mile adult Addrc.s Erie Medical
Co., "Rook Dept ," llutlalo, S. Y.
SITUATION WANTEIV Hy a well experienced
young man m clothing salesman, also under
stands care of books. Address Salesman, caie of
SITUATION WANTED-., good steady and re
liable girl wants a situation at geneinl
liou-euork in small family; icfercnce. if de
Ired. Address, K. L, scranton Tribune. City.
SITUATION WANTED Itookkecper, expeilenccd,
wants permanent position with good concern;
lier-t of icfcrfnce. Address Edmund Shimp, 12.1
East avenue, Ilridgeton, N. J.
blTUVriON WANIED-Itv a man, building eel
lais, flagging or Inline sidewalks, or paving
gutters. Admcss Mason, 1110 Llod street.
SITUATION' WANTED Ily an experienced Loin
dress; would like to get gentlemen' laun
dry; best of city references. 1116 Llojel sticet.
SITUATION WANTED-IIy an expert laundress,
on ladies or gentlemen's fine clothes; bet
of city references; hotel laundry preferred. Ad
dress 116 Llojd street, Laiinclrri.
SITUATION ANTED -Ily a mm. cutting linns
or taking care of gardens. 1116 Lloyd street,
SUUVIION WANTED-lty .1 woman to elo gen
cial hou-ework. Addirm 7.'7 Fellows slrert.
siri'MION ANTED -i cook or chef In hotel
or dub. Address, Cuok, 115 Penn acenue.
bll CATION WANTEO-llv oung man as book
keeper, or office work of any kind; experi
enced; best rcfeienccs. (.'. E. P., Tribune Otftcc,
New York and Ontario Lund Co.
NOTICE IS DERFRV C.IVEN thrt the x'e" Yo-k
and Ontario Land company will, on the first
diy of Fcbruiry, I'jO', take up ami ledevni si!
of the bonds now outstanding i-sued tinder the
mortgage or dead of trust, elited Jan. 4th I'M),
executed by the baid company to the Central
Trust coinpan, of New York, as trustee, by
pacing for each su h bond the sum of five hun
dred and fifty (xvi) dollirs and all interest ac
crued to the said elate Pi.cment will be mule
rn presentation of said bonds and all unpaid
coupons, t Ihe office of tho Central Trust coin
p.im, of New York, No. 51 Wall street, in the
city of New X,ork.
SEW YORK & ONTARIO I.xND COMPANY,
A, L. PxllMELEF, Tieasuier.
New York, Jul 31, 1W1.
5.75; bulk of sales, (.Vrali'ifal, heep-teceiits.
1,()0, heep dull and lower; limbs, 15 to '25
cents lower; good to choice wethers, ill 75a I 25;
fair to choice mixed, '.1.25i'175; western sheep,
M2ai.ft, yearlings, Hal 35; naliie lambs, .'a
5.2i; western lambs, fl 30iV2V Ofrldal reieipn
and shipments for jesteidav lteeelpts-( title,
l.R2t; hogs. I7,e71; sheep, 21,010. shipments
Cattle, 5,257; hogs, 0,651, sheep, 412.
Enst Liberty Cattle.
East Liberty. Pa.. July 30 -Cattle Receipts
light. Mark-t lieacy, ik5.5Qa5.i5; prime, .I0i
550, good, ."iiV25; common to gnort cows, f2'a
50. Hogs Light, mirkct slow; common to fair
.corkers and pigs, f5.70a5 so, prime henv and
medium. fftMaSft); heacy jnrkers. i5.KOa5.R.5;
skips, ?4.50a5.25; roughs, $l."5a5 10. Sheep
Maiket steady; best wethers, Sl20al,10; good,
$lal.l5; common, 1.5ni2.50; yearlings, 3il."a"i;
xeal calves. sl.50al, licaiy .and thin, $l.50a5.50;
spring lambs, $3a5 60.
New York Live Stock.
New York, July "0 n-eies Nothing doing;
steady feeling. Calies Trade limited, prices
barely steady; veils, ?4i7; buttermilks nomlnil.
Sheep and Limits Demind f.tlr and prices stead! .
Sheep, $2 50(125; choice, l.5nal.M; culls, $2;
lambs, 1 50ift to. Hogs Market lower; quota
Buffalo Live Stock.
MiirTalo, July SO.-Cattle -Receipts light; offer
ini:, 1' cars; steady to tirin lor good heaiy fat
nsthe trtr; others dull and lower; xeals gool
to fancy, isV50art.50. Hogs ofteilngs, ;.; net;
(sir to choice hex!, $5 755 81; pigs, f-V75a5 SO.
Sheep and Lamrw-Offerlngs, 5 cars, quiet, cteady
at ycsteiday's prices.
Oil City, July :io.-Credlt balance, fl 21; cenl
flrates. no bill. Shipments, S7,l'); a!trage, 100,
1S2. Runs, 107,310; a!eiage, RS.IIL
In a Smoking Car.
A heli" of a truly masculine spliit, accompanied
by a smill poodle, is said to haie tailed sadly
the other day In an attempted reformatory moie
ment. She enteied the smoking car of a subur
ban train and sternly lefused, when approached
by the conductor, to go into another car, ob
serving that her presence would keep the other
ouupinta from smoking,
One thiek-fklnned wtelch, howeier, Insensible
to the claims of refinement and reform, began to
enjoy his accustomed cigar, which was suddenly
snstched from his llpa, with the remark In a
"If there la anjthlng ? do hate It Is tobacco
For a time- the offendr wis motionless, then,
gracely rising, amid the furiosity of the as
sembled smokers, he took that little poodle out
of the Isdv's lap and gently threw him through
the window, sighing! "If there is anything I do
hate it ia a poodle." New York Tribune.
WANTF.D-O.ne thousand persona to buy cno
thousand bottles "Knights' Aromitlc flyrup
of Prunes," nature'a greatest phjslr. Largo
hottle, 25 cents. Chas. P. Jones, 1557 Dsck
WANTF.D An Inlelllgent (Catholic) lad or gen
tleman to fill 1 light, pleasant position-,
good pay, if suitable. Aeldress P. O. llox 20.
tk rant on, Pa,
Help Wanted Male.
".. - s
, m AAA
WANTED Young man ax assistant bookkeeper,
who iinderstanls stenography and t.ipewrlt
lng, A chance for advancement for the right
party. Address "O," this office.
Help Wanted Female.
WANTED AT ONCE Two girls. Cook mid gen
eral housework, Hotel Mlhun, 01 phnnt, Pa.
WANTED A good hundress at Forest City
Steam Laundry. W. S. Ilosklns,
WANTED-Young la.lv well acquainted In llvilc
Park to make talis in that part ol the city.
Oood salary and steady emploincnt. lloaton Tea
BRANCH WANT OFFICES.
Want Advertisement Will Bo
Received at Any of the Follow
ing Drug Stores Until 10 V. M.
ALRERT SCIILirTZ. corner Mulberry
street and Webster avenue.
OUSTAV PICIIEL. 650 Adams avenue.
OEOROE W. JENKINS, 101 South Main
FRED L. TERPPE. 720 Cedar avenue.
GEO. W. DAVIS, comer North Main
avenue and Market street.
CHARLES P. JONES, 1557 Dickson
F. J. JOHNS, 020 Oreen Ridge street.
O. LORE.NZ, corner Washington ave
nue and Marlon street.
W. 11. KNEPFEL, 1017 Irving avenue.
J. O. RONE k SON.
LOsT-Class pin of S. II. S 1001 Finder will
be suitably rrnaided b returning to A. II.
Conger, office, 425 Spruce street, or residence,
G17 East Market street.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
at Scranton, in the- state of Pennslvanla, at the
dose of business Julv I5a10ni:
Loans an.l discounts $l,7J.I,.r.fl fS
Oveidrafts, secured and tin-eeurid ,,, 4'1 41
1 . S. bonils to secure ciiculatlon .... ftO.essi is)
Stoeks, securities, etc., tS,740.e5 :5
Hanking liou-e, furniture and fixtures uO.CXs) 00
Due from National hanks (not reserve
Due from State hanks and bankpra .. in.1,.1'1 4)
Duo fiom nppiovcd leseric agents .. tfll.PS 77
Internal rivrnne stamps 1,11.17 41
Cheeks and other cash items la.l'il SI
Exchanges for cleuing hou-e ltvleV) 75
Notes jf other National banks 0,500(0
Fractional pjper cuirciuy, nickels
ami cents 1,017 01
Lawful money reserve In bank, sii. :
Spec le $ 7el,iil .'5
la gal tender not 274,470 (
Redemption fund with l. S. treasurer
(1 per cent, of circulation)
Due from P. S. Iieasiirer, other than
5 per cent, redemption fund
Capital stock raid in $ 2no.nno nn
Surplus fund l,0ei,(s) no
Undivided pioflts, lcs expenses and
taxes, paid 4P.,'c17 frt
National benk notes outs'.indlng .... .io.issi.oil
Due to other National, banks 1,1.1" 71
Due to Mate banks anei binkera .... 21,'ieiS 41
Due to npproced reseive agents .... 25..(.Ct -;9
Individual eleposlts subject to check. 7,ll'iil( 31
Demind certirlcatea of cl-pcit S.1,771 01
Certified checks 2,'V1 ai
Cashier's checks outstanding 1" 51
Notes and bills re elise-nunted None
Dills pa.vable. Including certificates of
deposit for in'inev borrowed Nons
Liabilities other than those aboie
Total i,'i;4,R.i -, :"
State of Pcnns.vlianla, county of Lackawanna,
I, ISMO I'fxr, cishler of the abnvp namfil
bank, do solemnly swear that the above state
ment is true to the best of mv knowledge- and
belief. IP POT. Ccliiei.
Sulwciilieil and swoin tn befoic me this, twe'ii-ty-fourth
elav of .lull, loell
WM.TER E. OPNill'.R, Notary Public.
(i I,. DlfKON.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
THIRD NATIONAL BANK
at Scranton, In the state of Pennsl!anla, at the
clree of business, Julv 15, lnell j
Loans and discounts f2,357,517 01
Olerdrafts, secured and iiiisecuretl .1 li.leS
P S. Bonds to secure circulation .... lOOniel l)
P. S. Ilonds to secure P. S. deposits, 471,000 (V)
Piemiums on P. S. Ilonds 0..'i in
Slocks, securities, etc 6-2,200 i,rt
Hanking house, furniture ami fixtures ,,V) t,
Due fiom National banks (not rescue
agents) 21,11.1 f.0
Due from state banks and bankers ,, 1D.J1I 11
Due from appioieel reseue agents ,, 3ll,l(i (A
Internil reienue stamps 222 ()
Cheeks and other ca.h items et.ovi r)
Exchanges for dealing house , 5,011 n
Notes ol other National banks ,1,775 00
Fractlonil pjper currency, nickels
and cents 1,010 07
Lawful money icserve in hark, slat
Specie $1V),1 i
Legal tender notes (17,000 00
Redemption fund with P. S. treasuier
(5 per cent, of circulation) 5,OV) O")
Due from P. S. treasurer, other than
5 per cent redemption fund I.ooa nn
Capital stock paid in
Fndivided profits, less expenses and
National bank note outstanding ....
Due to other National banks
Due to state banks and bankers
Due to Trust companies ami S nines
Due to approved reserve agents ....
Indiildnal deposits subject to check. 2,
nemanci certineates ot deposit
Cashier's checks outtandlng
Pnlted States deposits
Deposits of V. S, disbursing officers.
Total l.112.m l
State of Pennl!anla, County of Lackawanns,
I, WILLIAM II I'f.CK, tashlcr of the above
named bank, elo solemnly twvar tint toe above
statement ia ttue to the best of my knew leilae
WILLIAM H. PECK. Cashier
Subscribed and nvnrn to before me this, twenty-fourth
dav of July, 1001.
MMl'EL W. EDGAR. Notary Public.
HENRY BELIN. JR
. ,i. i,. lONNELU
( r"rrvnHr- ,, n.-,..
-, we,.v llt m i,i.,
3 Insertions 25 Cents
More Then Pour Lines. 6 Cents lor Cacti Extra Line,
Certified Publics Accountant.
EDWARD C. sr-AUl.UI.Na, 2J TRADERS BANK
EDWARD H. DAVIS, ARCHITECT, CONNELI
FREDERICK L. RROWN, ARCH. P... REAL
Estate Exchange Rldg., 129 Washington ae.
Civil nnd Mining Engineers.
II. Is, IIARDINO, eotl CONNELL RUILDINO.
DR. O. E. EILENIinitdKR, I'AULI BU1LDJNC).
Spruce street, Scranton. .,
Dll, C, O. LAU3ACH, 115 WYOMING AVENUE.
IBANK E. BOYLE. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Rooms 12, 14, io and 1J llurr building.
F. K. TRACY.ATT'Y.COMMONWEALTH DI.DO.
B- B. M.VIX)V.1.K, ATTORNEY-LOANS NLCO-
ciaceu ore resl estate security. Mears building,
comer Washington avenue and Spiure street.
MILLARD, WARREN fe KNAPP. ATTORNEYS
and counsellors at-law. Republican building,
JI.SSPP & jr.SSPP. ATTORNEYS AND COIIN.
sellorsat-law. Commonncaltli building, Rooma
IP, 20 and 21.
EDWARD W. THAYER. ATTORNEY. ROOMS
"v.i isji, utn lloor, Mcars hullding.
L. A. WATItES, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, BOARD
of Trade building, Scranton, Ta.
PATTERSON k WILCOX. TRADERS' NATIONAL
C. COMEOYS, 013 REPUBLICAN RUILDtNO.
A. W. BFRTH0LF, OFFICE MOVED TO NO.
211 Wjomlng aienue.
Physicians nnd Sugeons.
DR. W. E. ALLEN, 51J NORTH WASHINGTON
DR. S. W. IAMOREvUX, OI'FICE 333 WASH
Ington aienue. Residence, 131. Mulberry
Chronli disease, lungs, heart, kidnev-s and
genlto-urinary organs a specialty. Hours, 2
to 4 p. m.
Hotels and Resturants.
Till: ELK CAFE. 121 AND 127 FRANKLIN
avenue. Rates reasonable.
P. ZEIOLER. Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOUSE. NER D I & W. PAS-
srnger depot. Conducted en the European
plan. VICTOR KOCH. Proprietor.
A. B. BRICGS CLEANS PRIVY VAULTS AND
cess pools: no odor; only improied pumps used,
A. B. Brlggs, proprietor. Leave orders lioo
North Main avenue, or Elcke'a drug store, cor
ner Adams and Mulberry. Both telephones.
O. R. CLARKE & CO.. SEEDSMEN AND KliRS
erymen, store 201 Washington avenue; gretn
houses, 1050 North Main avenue; store tele
JOSEPH KUETTEL, REAR 511 LACKA. AVE.,
Scranton, Pa., manufacturer of Wire Screens.
DRESMAKIXO FOR CHILDREN TO ORDER:
also ladles' waUts. Louis Shoemaker, 212
MECARCEE BROS., PRINTERS' SUPPLIES, EN
xelopes, paper bags, twine, Warehouae, ISO
Washington avenue, Scranton. Pa,
IN THE DISTRICT C OI'HT uf the Pnlted State
fir the Middle District uf l'eiins.vlvanis. In
the matter of l.illie K Harris, hankiupt. No. 31
in llinkriiptr! To tin creditors of I.UHe K.
Hauls, of Scranton, In the ccunty of Lack
wanni and di'tri . afoiesal.l, a bankrupt.
Nutku Is belch Li -en tint on tic tlilrti.'t'l
eh ot Julv, . Ii. I'H, the- said Lillle K Hu
lls was elulv adiudicateel bankrupt, and tint th"
flr.t meeting uf th eredilois will b" helel at til"
offlie of tho referee in the i.oicrnrmnt building.
In the cit) of "iruntoii. on ihe n'uth ela" of
August, A. 1). l"dl. .it 10 ei'iliek in the fo.e
riK'ii, at v.hlih time the slid ncditois may at
ti.'i. nm tleie claims, uppoiut a I nine;, ex
limine the bankrupt, and transart such oth-1
buslne-a as mi properlv erne befoie ald mee,
ing. '. . AN MOHMEII. Referee.
sirinton, l'.e , I'sil.
Proof of claim, 5) cents.
DEPUITIIENT OF I'llll.K MFETY. Buteau of
Health Notice to Plunibeis.
Tu perons, turns e,r loipontlons engaaed in
tlie vvoik or business cf plumbing or house
Thct in pnrMiirco of the ae t cf assembly, daifi
Juno 7. I'H, piovnling tor the examlnitlr.n,
lieeii-uie .in. I icgiirntlon of pcions, firms er tor
poratieiiis eiiLMgid or c'ligizing In tlie husine,si, or
work of plumbing or houee-ilialnsge anel pre
sinbing ceiiain lilies, icgulaticns and require
inents for Ihe con-true Hon of plumbing, house
eiiaiii.iui' and cesspools In cities of the secor.v
d,is.s iml imposing tines, peuiltles and forfeit
iiis nn violitinu theicof Soilce Is heiebv given
tint ill per-ons, flinis ir coiporatlons thus en
gaged mii-t eoniplv with the pmtislons of si'i
act of assemble and iigi-tei In the office ol tin
llneetoi of Public safct.v, on or before lug. i
1001 P. L. WORMER.
Director Depntnieut of Public Sifety.
Scranton, Pa., Julv "J I, l'fl.
NOIII E l" hereby given that a meeting of the
stockholder of the Colliery Engineer Corn
panv is called h order of tlie Board of Director
to meet at the orhro of the company, in Scran
ton. Pcmirvlvanla, on Monday, August 2o l'Vl
at two o'clock in the afternoon, for the purpos
of taking action upon the pioposed increase It
the capital stock rf the said crmpanv from on
million five bundled thousand (Jl,.si.(VI) dollirs
to tlueo million ii,oon,ri(Vi) elollars, and to
transact such other business as may be hroujht
beioie said meeting
STINLEY P ALLEN, Secretary
Scranton, Pa., lime 21th, l'JOl.
AAA . . 'wy
Will nam Die Monthly
The Investor's Fund Psys Semi-monthly.
Tlie oldest established In America, No certificate
holder has eier lost a cent. Payments made t
all subscribers every 15 das. No trouble. No
delay Money refundeel on demand Write to
day (or particulars, tree to any address.
C. E. Mackey k Co.. Hudson Bld'g., New York,
Rocky Mount, N. C,
Water, Sewer and
Yielding 4.ato Per Cent.
Write for special circular.
Rudolph Kleybolte & Co.
1 Nassau St., New York.