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THIS SCKANTON TRIBUNE- THURSDAY, . AUGUST 15, 1901.
Auction Sale of Horses
Today, August 15
At Cusick's Stables, Washing
ton Ave., Scranton, Pa.
ON A BULL
MRS. MAC EROY HEROINE OF A
Willie Stevens, o Equinunk, Kills
a Deer with a Stone The Erie
Strike Still On Death's Doings.
Tho Smith Tamily Reunion.
Spertal tn the Scranton Tribune.
Susquehanna, Aus. 13. Sherman li.is
a woman visitor who has ridden a mad
She in Mill alive.
The hciolun of this wild adventure
i Mis. Dora MacKroy, of Ashury
Tark. N. J.
Mrs. MaeKlroy Is an Pxpeilencrd
horfewoman and has all her life been
aceuMomcd to beinff with horses and
Her relative at Sherman have a fine
herd of Jersey cattle sleek and well
Sroomcd-aiul Mm, Maei:iroy, who Is
vlsltlnjr there, has been In the habit of
prolnE down to tho feeding ttoupti every"
nlcht to watch tho animals, at their
It chanced that the cattle fed from
a hiiRe ttntiKh beside- a stout fence.
To set the very best view of her
bovine friends, Mrs. MaclClroy would
c-linih up this fence to watch them and
pat their noses.
The old bull was looking paiti'iilatly
pentle the other nltrht, nccorellnir to
Mrs MaclClrny, and oven, mum lied
some grain J mm her hand. As be
stood theie It incurred to her that his
hrn.nl back would make nil excellent
The thought no .sooner entered her
iie-.nl than s-he shouted to her com.
paiiiona to watch her. climbed to the
lopnmst mil of tho fence and vaulted
lightly onto tho bull's back.
The effect upon the bull was Ftarl
llntr to say the least. With a terilfy
Intr bellow ho' i eared on his bind less,
Mi.ikuiK himself and Mini tint? violently.
The terrllicrl woman bad pies-'ence of
mind enmisfli to leailv forward and
ilut.h at the bull's lirirn-.
An instant later the bull shot fnr
ixaid like n. bullet. Invnlimt.iiily hH
rider ilitnc to the slippery homs with
eveiy liiuscle on the stialn.
The top hai separating: the bain
yaid fioni the mad were down and the
bull, as mlcht bo expected, i hose, the
dlreition of the mad, touuid whl.li
he made a wild dash. The lower bins
were up. however, and up he saw tlinn
he tame to a pinliien stop, ncaily
throw iiicr Mrs. MacKlroy over his head.
Tho frightened t.iiin hands and
others who had seen the bull stait lau
after him. The hull, catching .sight of
them, once more lifting up his head,
cleared the lower bars at a leap ami
started down the road at tcrilfylng
speed, leaving those following far be
hlml A iiuai ter of a mile vn. loveiod In
this vc.ix, when once nioie the hull
ptoj ped suddenly and lirgnn to paw the
Mrs. MacKlmy was about to leap
fmm his baik, when some distance
ahead a man suddenly turned Into
the toad dihlne a gig and wealing n
bright ied shin.
The rnlnr caught the eye of the bull.
He in.-taiitly ceased his pawing and
one more staited along the road at
terrific speed. The man saw libs dan
ger and whipped his hnu-o. The bull's
Mder clung to her steed like a Jockey.
The awful race which followed lasted
for fully a mile. Mrs. MacKlmy says
that toward the end she felt her
ftrength fast going fioni her and do?
trt her eyes, expeitlug to he hurled to
the mound and pcthaps to her death
at eveiy plunge.
Fortunately the mad at this point
ran up a step hill, and lu i limbing It
She bull somewhat slackened his pace.
This piob.ibly saved Mis. MacKlmy's
life. The hull reached the top only to
ee the red shlit disappearing In tho
jMstance. In tho faie of this disap
pointment the animal turnid quickly
and started for home. in turning ho
wrenched his i Icier suddenly loose fioni
her seat, tin owing her, by a foitunate
accident, Into n clump of bushes ,
When her friends i curbed her sho
was In a dead faint. Physicians weio
hastily summoned and she was can-led
home. Beyond a scveie shock sho had,
etrangely enough, suffered no injuries.
The hull, slme bis wild adventure,
has been Intrnctable and tho owner has
been forced to conllno him.
The animal shows a fierce aversion
to women and whenever he catches
eight of one ho paws tho ground and
bellow s furiously.
lie was one of the gentlest creatures
in the herd previous to his runaway,
After a very brief lllnet, James
McMahon, ft former resident of this
borough, but for some years past a
resident of Urldgeport, Conn,, died at
the homo of his parents, In this bor
ough, at nn early hour on Sunday
morning. Ho In survived by a widow.
The funeral took place this morning
from St. John's Catholic church, le
qulem high mass was celebiated. In
terment was made in l.autel Hill
Chailes A. I"o 1-ancoy, a prominent
resdont of Jackson, died on, Saturday
evening, of typhoid fever. The f uncial
took place on Monday and was largely
KILLKO A l-:KFl WITH A STOXK.
Willie Stevens, 17 years old, on Fri
day saw a deer come out of a. swamp
near Hrtuliiunk. He bin led a ntnno
and struck the deer, crippling it. The
deer tried to escape, but the boy ovei
Tho deer turned at bay and rushed
at tho boy. The latter dodged and
caught the animal by one of Its hind
legs. Until went down togefher and
rolled over and over lu their struggle.
Finally the boy managed to get his
knee on tho deer's neck, and with an
old rusty knife cut Its throat.
T11K SHOUT OF IT.
Since tho iccent Kepubllcan county
convention, matters political have
Several Ihle boiler maker, have se
cured positions elsewhere And the
strike Is still here. Like H.inqiws'
ghot it will not down.
Mr. and Mrs. Fredilck 1). J..vons,
esteemed residents, will today celebrato
the tlfticth anniversary of their mai
riage. SXAI' SHOTS.
A man often, wins by losing.
If only tho Schley inanity weio nil
daughter Is the sunny side of a
man's e.xlsteni c
What n mother lacks In skill, she
makes up In enthusiasm, when sho
cuts her boj.s hair.
You can't H'dmii a man out of any
thing, he hasn't ben iraoued into.
At the ago of slMeen a gill imagines
tho average man Is all soul, but, at
the age of thirty, sho knows he is all
FLOTSAM AXD JKTriAM.
It li said that at least two Susque
hanna cdltois desire to go to the legis
lature. Xo names will be given as tho
gentlemen aie othetwlse- lespectahlc.
The Smith family reunion will be
held at Xew Mllfoiil, August ::o. Think
of seeing all tho Smith's together.
Tho 'cultivation of hops li on the
Iodine. Deposit Journal. This will
bo sad news for llddlei.s.
The funeinl of Mrs. .Mary A. Ives, an
old and iespot.ted resident, took plai e
from tho home on Monday afternoon,
Itev. W. M. Ilouton, pastor of the
Avenue Methodlt church, ofllclating.
Interment was made In the Giand
V.io Mechanical Superintendent A.
N. Mitt hell has removed from Passaic,
X. J., to this place.
Pilndpal and Mrs. Homer M. Ilar
rett, of Jeiniyn, aro visiting SuMiue
lunula lelativcs and friends.
Tho Miller family teunlon will bo
held at tho leMdcmo of Frank Miller
In Jackson on Friday, August 20.
Tiof. Pieiee, of Ulnghamton, will
hold a hop in Hogan Opera house this
A meeting of the citizens interested
Cut out these several parts and see If
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In tht sewerage project was held last
The funeral of Miss Margaret Sulli
van, late of Washington street, took
place from St. John's Catholic, church
on Saturday morning, when a ieiiulcm
high mass vviih celebrated. Intel metit
wua made In Laurel Hill cemetery.
Speelsl to the Sainton Tribune.
Plttston, Aug. 14. Dana Patterson, a
married man whoso home was In
Avoca, met with a shocking accident
yesterday morning that resulted in his
death. Patterson was employed as a
brakoman nnd while nt work In the
Coxton ynicl this morning about 4
o'clock was (Handing on top of a freight
car, when a sudden stopping of the
train throw him between two enrs to
the rnlK Fourteen cars passed over
him. Hoth legs were almost completely
severed from tho body, Just below the
thighs. Ho was taken to the Plttston
hospital, where he died n few hours nf
terward. The accident took place near
Falling Springs. A coroner's Jury has
been empaneled to Investigate the case,
I.eo Delniore, of Cliff street, had one
of his hands badly gashed this morn
Ing while he was attending to his
duties ns driver boy In the Itanium
shaft. While lu the net of sprngglng
a car his band was caught by the
wheel and the tlesh on the side ripped
open to the bone for about six Inches.
The wound was dressed by Dr. Dlvely,
John O'Hare, nged 45 years, a hotel
keeper at Inkerman, died last night
about 12 o'clock, after a week's Illness.
The funeral will take placo Friday
Hllas Weaver, of Johnstown. Pa., jvho
Is visiting West Plttston friends, land
ed tho biggest bass caught here this
season. It weighed Just live pounds
nnd six ounces,
The Brothers base ball team of ham
town will go to Scranton Thursday
afternoon, when they will meet the re
cently organized collepiate team of
that city. A return game will bo play
ed hero the following day.
John MrCiiiftle, of this city, has been
chosen physical director of the Pltts
ton Young Men's christian associa
tion. He will take charge nt once, but
will not open his classes until fall, In
the meantime endeavoring to arouso
tho Interest of the young men of the
city in the work of the gymnasium.
Special tn the S.rjnton Tribune.
Hartford, Aug. 14. Miss Maud Itnb
blns has entered .the Lackawanna hos
pital for a course of training ns a
Itev. C. C. CJIUett of Clifford, preach
ed In the Congiegatlonal church, Sun
dny mottling and evnlng.
Hruce MncDonnlcl of Xew Yoik visit
ed his parents- this week.
Miss Jane Uieenwood, fmm the West
Is visiting her biother Foriest Hain
Miss nrundage of Scianton Is visit
Ing at the home of Dr. A. T. Hmndage.
K. H. Curtis of Jackson, sepnt Satur
day and Sunday with K. H. Rogeis.
Mrs. Kdwntd Orson of Philadelphia,
Is visiting lelativcs In town.
Mr. and Mis. Matthews, of the
orphan si hool. entei tallied Itev. nnd
Mis. Uillott, Suiula.v.
Mls-s Clara Wntson entertained a
number of her fi lends Filday evening.
Miss Jennie Chambeilaln has return
ed fmm n visit with lelativcs in Scran
ton, and Wllkes-Haiie.
O. F. Mnynard, expects to start for
the Pan-American -oon he will nlo
visit Xla'gara Falls.
Minnie Darrow returned from Buf
falo, Satuiday. She reports a good
time, but especially mentions Xlagara.
Prof. A. II. Steams nnd wife, left
Monday evening for a tlip to the Pan
American. H. S. Sweet, of Troy, l heie In the
Interest of his property that was re
cently dlstiojpd by 111 p.
Mabel Sherwood Is veiy ill at this
Mis. Alice Plxby Is calling on old
Miss data Tiffany spent Sunday In
Sreciil to the Scranton Tnhunc
Lockville, Aug. 11. Quite a number
from this place attended tho colored
camp meeting at Tunkliannock fair
grounds on Sunday last.
Mrs. j. L. Wagner, of Wllkes-narre,
and Mis. .1, Redfoid, -jf Jonk'i, were the
guests of their niece, Mrs. L'mlly
Glower, on Monday.
Miss Oa'sy Culver Is on the Mel; list.
William Faulk, of Scranton, spent
Sunday with his sister, Mis, Floyd Dy
mond. Floyd Dvnuil visited bis brother,
Arthur, it V'voiiii', on Monday
Krause'a Hendacha Capsules
ai unlike nnythlng prepared in
America. They were first prosoilhed
by Di. Krause. Geimany's famous
couit physician, long before nntlpyrlne
was dscnvcied, nnd aro almost marvel
ous, so speedily do they cure the most
illsticsslng cases. Price 23c. bold by
The social of cIbfs Xo. 4 of the Meth
odist Kplseopal Sabbath school, held
last evening, was a grand success, $12
Miss Kiln Penellct, who Is suffering
you can form the portrait of a great writer.
from a broken arm, Is somewhat Im
proved. Robert Machanlfr, who had been In
the Plttnton hospital for some time,
died at that Institution yesterday.
The trolley ride to Harvey's lnke,
held by tho Indles' Aid society, was
enjoyed by tho?e who attended.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ceoige Johns nre nt
Lake Wlnola for n week.
Miss Kdlth Meriitt, of Jermyn, nnd
Miss Clio Carter nie visiting friends In
Following Is n list of the teacheis of
Old Forge and their salailes: Princi
pal Coyne. $100 per month; Assistant
Principal Weber, MS; Kiln Drake, $:0;
Wealthy Hrodhead, j.'.O; Kate F. Chi
non, $50; Kate Claik, J,",0; Ocrtrude
Itees, fi:i; Maiy L. Cjuliih, ViO; ller
trude Simmons, $10. The following
teacheis each receive $3S: Maigaret
Cosgrove, Agnes Glynn, Kiln llelr.er,
Lizzie Dawson, May Urodhend, Bar
bara Xeall and Teresa Fallon.
Wall Street Review.
New Vnik, A 1 1 ir. II - -Tr.iclUiR at tlmn tnilay
J1 rplrttnl and ioiiiinliloii linuinc rcportnl nn
imrcae In ouWdo okIois. tlpiclopinrMs orr
nlcht cll.l not rliot lau, h lifht nn ritlicr tin
nop or ftrlke tltiiitmn, ami, ai these lnfliK-n ts
nr; riflillt loinc tholr carl.v Ininortamp, tmll
trailers irniimol aitoc opcrallonc. Chirrcnt m
more rrg.itillni; the iliilihml ulalui ol St. I Jul
inid Hut toi k Hie feature ol the day iiil Us
fiidiiitlnm govemeil the nioienicnt of olh.r
tnchi closely. Generally rpxaUing the proper
ties nhieh ere not idly dro'ie jntenlay re.umetl
their ailunic toilij-, hut tho .icrrage aihame
m. not n pronouncfil. The Rrrat tmlk ol the
n"av' ilealne were ti.in'aoteil durln? the foic
noon, nn the high prloes of the du ueie
nnde 'the flrt fjle In St. Paul were 7,000
hue ut l(,J1ii,;) a caln of Hi. Openlnit ad
cancel ctlirmlv were notaMv fracllonil, but a
trone unilertone precailrd and theie a heacy
Imjlnir in the active list. Trailers wet the rle
with floik punh.vril at lorr prices early In
the week and the hears were illpooed to vlt the
niaikct on .itiount of its pretty ceneial Hiady
Impincemeiit aim " Vlnnil.o'n openinR. 'llice of.
ferlncs reduced mil In some Instances wiped out
altogether the nihil adiJiuCK. sugar, whhh
had alarted IT 1'a hishrr, was ileprrnsrl sharidy,
and the I'nitcd st.,tes Sled utot ks were rather
heciy. Prices noon worked tipu.ml acaln. how
ecrr, th trunk lines, grangeis, P.itltiis and inal
ers heincT tjken fteolv and eslihllshini; adc.imes
of fiorn 1 to i flints SI Paul ran up 'Jt in
Hit's, and the prclened kiii.h1 i"i. Viler nihi
lity the market worked , iv donnard, lint
there weio occasion il rallies. The dennnd lor
Moiks died out pretty well in 1h lite afternoon
and the hears mule .1 simessful tUt! agiiint the
linrket, ilepressliiir s(. p.iul 2 points fiom the
highest and puUinir the aetlie list generilly
down a point or over. The I'nlled suies si,,r
flniks, which hid made tains at the outset rf
oiilv , earh fell Into neglei t during the course
of the day and were he.nj. Iho loinmon sold 's
under jesterday's closp ami the prefened a, hut
were cnrwistrntly supported in the lale drive
and did not eieed Iheir cirlj loc lecel. In Iho
final dealincs hucing to ioer i.iiimi! j giner.il
rise. St. Pan Igetlinc hnk to loi4 igun, Iho
highest figure of the dai, md the entile mirket
iloed steady. 'Die (losing nllj hrought t niled
Stales steel common up to ft, Ps best prn ,
and the rieferied lose tn 'H. Total sales Iodic,
The lmnd rntrVet todtv wis geturtllv Him, hut
business continued lu luger volume. Total sil, s
ptr calue, t .ni.'i.im)
t'nllcd Stairs bonds weie all 11m hinged on the
The fallowing; quotations arij furnished Tin
Vlbune In- M. ! .Io-itan A Co , rooms 70S ?'
Vitsrs tulldlng, fSeranton V. Telephone 500.1:
Open- High, Low. (Tlos-
ins;, est, r- 'ut.
American Sucir Ul M2 Wl1! 1.11'i
Anieruan T0I1.1110 Ill 1 ''a W 1 l.'i'j
Atihl-oii ;is; ;-,t,; 71 ;is.;
Vtclnson. 1 'is4 mi pvi p-,s4
Utook Tiactlon Tlai 7"i 7l'j 71',
Itilt. A niiio isij irto lis ret
lout. Tohaico 07 (17,i iif.'i I.T'l
Phes. A- Ohio Ihi; n.'i 4Vi 4'l
Chic. A lit. W'et '.'J'- :!J1t '.'J '.'-"i
I Paul P.oj n,i it.j lfip,
ltoik Mind ITHj 1 tit IW'i I'l'iij
Km. A 'lev, I'r. Si's 3l'i ft..s M..
bonis. A Xisli miti HVI piji4 tm
Mm. Kluatoil 117'i 117', 117 117
Mit. Trie lion Iiilij 1i's Kal'i 1ii";
Mlso. l'lilHc Pl lt lii, 1011 j
sititli. Paiilte ."(I .V!i ,Vi' ,ViiH
.Notfolk Weit M'i W' ."". .V.'a
x. y. (vntiai mi m rs.'j nt
(Int. .. We-lein S.l'3 ,".14 SI .id
I'mtii. It It II". JI.V,, lll; II".
I'ai trie Mill n'J K'i'j S'ltj ,1'itj
Holding lly 42 4'! II". 4P
Heading 11 , I'r 77i " 77'; 773
Souiliern It. It Wl ait; 20 j't',
Soutliein It. It . I'r W) V.U -2i ,'iT
Tenn. Coil A Iron Id'j Hi ill'i Id'a
1'. s I.eilher ..' It II 11 II
1. S. l.either, I'r.. .... si'.tj sj ;ii; 7
I'tilon Pailric !7; P'"1; 'kO, 07S
rnion I'.tiltlc, Pr ; siij s.,i4 s-'i
W'.iba.h, I'r .ri. 3'H, ni S'i'i
Weflein t"nh n IW'j W, P.'; in
Col. 1'uel A' Iron W'i !,'l P.'i'i 'si
Amal Copper ll.l ll.ij IIJ's Hi's
People's (fas HI III'j inn, 110'a
l'lie .'7s; .'!- .17'i :i7s
l.rle, lit fi.".'i fslt; riVi ftji,
I ol Southeni I'l'i Ht 11 l.l'i
Texis I'lrlHc 4 4' 41't 41 3
Amer. Car Foundry .... t"0i 'J'i'i J'i',i S i
P. s. Sled Co '.. tr, 41 4IH 41
I. S. Steel Co., I'r, ... f!i !i'; (IJ Ul
.ST.V YORK OH MX VIVRKKT.
Open. High I,ow. CIos
WHFT. loir. 't est Ine
.septrmher 73' 2 7', 7' 7"i
Dei ember M M Mtt tt
Septemiier W'i h fiji fi..tt
Ilecemhor R' u'' Cfa 6IT
Scranton Board of Trade Exchnng-o
Quotations All Quotations Based
on rnv ox iuu,
l.likananiM Piiry Co, Pr
County Sulngs llink k Tnnt Co.. era
l'lrt National riJiik (Carbondale)
Standard Ilrillins Co
Third National Mink 40
Ilimo Deposit and Discount liank.. 275
l'ionomv I.lcht. II. A- r. co. .
1'irst Nation il Pink
I.aika Trust Stfe Deposit Co. .
Claik k Snow-r Co., Pi
Siranlon Iron feme A' Mfc. Co.
tirantnn Avle Work
Scranton Saclngs Hmk
Tradeta' National Hank
Niantnn Holt A Nut Co
Xew Mexico lly. A C. Co
beranton Passrnerr Hcllway, first
.Mortgage, duo P)J(1
People's Stieet Hallway, 6it mort-
cage, due 111S
People's Street Hallway, Central,
niortsaste. duo l'i'Jl
niLmn Vtanufaeliirlmr Co
I.ark. Township School (i per rent. ...
City of Scranton St. Imp. 6 per
Fcranton Traction 0 rer cent J15
Scranton Wholesale Market.
(Corrected by II. 0. Dale. 27 Lackawanna Ace)
Ileana Per bushel, rholie marrow, $60aJ.65.
nutter Krcth creamery, 21a-.'.,c.i dairy, fre.li,
Cheese -Full cream, M'Saltc.
Kggs-VVeslfin frerh, 15'4alfli nearby state,
Medium Heans-Per bu-hel, 2 .SO.
(ireen Peis-Per bushel, tl.loil 13.
Klonr Best patent, per barrel, ?l 45.
Peans l'er husliel, choice nuriow, $3.10.
I'otateea-rcr bushel lal 10.
New York Grain nnd Produce.
Xew York, Aug- H Vloiir Shade easier, hut
not ijuotahly lower. Wheat Spot weak; Xo. 2
red, 7!!io. f. o, b. afloat and 78He. elevator
Xo. 1 Xerthern Pailuth. MHo. f. o, b afloat. Op.
lions, alter opening; firm, weakened decidedly,
and closed weak at SasC. net loss. September
doeed 7f?ici October, 7('4c t December, SOtje.
Corn Spot wrakj Xo, , (U';c. elevator, and
62Hc. f. o. b. afloat. Options had a firm openlne,
THE TRIBUNE'S "WANT"
4 Lines 10 Cents
More Than Pour Line, 3 Cenl.s for Eich IHtra Line.
About 1200 feet of floor space on
4th floor of the Tribune building,
suitable for tight maufacturing. In
cluding heat, light and power.
Enquire at office of
POit HUNT Stores, offices, barns, futorr spire,
house and Hits. Ne Hacked, Heal hatale
Kill WIST -Slorc with basement: finest loi ctlvn
on Iiikawanm acenite, I all upon or addiesa
llltkitl, Heal a,tate Kxchangc.
l'Oll HUNT s room, meriern house; eery de
sirable; moderate rent. Inquire IMO Wash
I'OH HI:nT Nlne-room houe in flreen Itlilge,
all concenlences; larrjo lot. Kent, $1B. Ad
ilresn S. fl . Tribune.
1 Oil 11KST Illght rooms, 7.U Jefferson avenue;
all modern conveniences. I
I'OH SVI.i; Tn llglit spring wagrns and some
harness, cheap. Kmiiis, tear II.!. I.uerue
mil SVl.K fiood .o, nt Ullllam S. lirlfhths',
U I.andls street, llcllccuc Heights, Scranton,
77 l.Ol 4 KOIl SM.K, at Cilenbiirn stitlon. for
-I.U10: ought to be sold for t-HIO eai h,
makins 115,400. At auction they will bring
$7. 7oo. C'omcpjs.
l'Olt S M.i: Or would evchange for lumber, two
phaetons, two lumber wagons, two sets har
ness, one pair matihcd ba and one sorrel hoiie
at Ansley's lumber caul.
I-Olt SM.i: Car load of dra virg ami ilraiuht
hordes and good tannic- hurcs. 211 -ll Oak
fotd court, .t. J. Kield.
KOII U:- Cnttrell A ons c.cllnder press,
MvSil, In good condition, new tollers, V")
Apply Nlll.cs. Parte Times (Kfiie, V likes llarre,
For Salo or Rent.
ssvSsrf-ssS, ssn, sw s,
I'OIt s.K nit m:r lngle house, ani Web
ster a enue Ten rooms, steam heat. 0. F.
Hej nobis, Connell building.
New York anil Ontario Land Vo.
noik i: is i'i:i:inv oivia- tii.i the .'k
and Ontario Umd couipatic will, on t li lirst
il is d( lehiuir.c, I'io. t,if. u-i .mil i deem ill
1 1 the bonds nw outstanding issued under tiie
luortgige ot ili.ul or mill, dated Ian. Itli ls'o,
exeiuted hi Ihe .ild i ,iinpanc tn Hie Cclill.l
'lrut loinp.inc. ol New Imk, as tiusiee. by
paling fur e.it'h su, Il Imiid the miiii of the liuu
ilied and tlln i"i"o ilnllats and nil interest si
iiiud to Ihi' s,ii, I date I'.mniitl will be nude
in picocntatinn of ahl bunds and all unpaid
loupuis. ut tin otthc of th (Villi ! "I iuf i mil
pun. of Niw uk, Nn .'il Wall stuet, in tha
i itv of New Voik.
M.tt OilK .V ONI'MtIO 1 ND (OMI'VNY.
A, I. I'VIIMI I. IT, I'u.Kimr.
Niw Voik, .lull .(, l'fil
hut alo turned weak through aitlie liquid itlon
I'ltiitli rallied, himciir, .mil i lnseil uneltled
at 's.iKi ni't dei line September ilosnl H.,i ;
Oi tidier, Ik'.'ji ; 11,1 ember, im Oils spot dull.
No. 2, 40c.; No. :i. .'i'l,.; No -' while, lli'i :
No. II du , 41'ji ' tr.uk lulved welern, .1'i'ji
41c: ti.H k white, lii'iOi. Options quiet and
hinlv slr.idv with other mirkets. Puller-Firm;
eroimoti, liia'JO'je k fai lory, .lime, puked, 1'a
'.i ; itiiitit inn iiimuii, 1lal7'2.: state dair,
tlil'ir. Cheese lliill .iml weak, fim.i large tol
oied, IhI'i'so : famy large while, IM'!' ; fmiv
m.lll rolond, 'i'zi5! : du do white, 9'ii'ji
i'ggs Fittti: slate nnd IViiti-ili.mh, 1a1si ,
wi-tein tun anilled, IOiI'h.; western landled, II
rhllndelpliin Grln and Producs.
Philadelphia, Vug II Wheal 'c lower: ion
ttact grade Vugii-t, 70i'2i. lotii-tji. lower.
No 2 mixed Vugii-t, tl.'i'jc. Hits Firm, No.
2 while i lipped new, lli'ji j do. do. old, l"n ,
Huttcr -1 inn. good ihumiil: western cteiiueii,
21'2i ; do. ilu. pilnts, 21'si.; do. nearh.i do, 2li,
Iggs-Fiitn. Bond demind: fnsli ncnlic, 17s ;
do. wesiein. 17s- ; do outliMestern, U'ji ; ih.
southern, lie Chrese Dull and weak; N. V,
full i reams finii miiiII. mi ; ilu. do fair to
iholce, e1ia'i'jc Hi fined sugais (;ulet, but
steady. Cnllnn -I'm hangi d. Tallow Hull: my
priini ..; iimiiiIi.c do ilu. luiril'. 4i , nki,
,'ii'si' 1 ice I'oultrc Mini, tiir ilunitid: (owls,
P'jiiOc.; old tootere, 7i . ; upring thickens, til
1m ; diii ks. UV. Pleased Poultri sifid, fair
ihmand; fovls cliolce, lis.-. : do fair In good,
I'i'si ; old roH'ttrs, ti'sc.; broilers noarbc, i.la
17i , nestitu do., loilli'.
lleci ipls -I loin, ..Aim birtels and l,W.i")
pounds in siiks; wheat. IJ.V.iSm) buvhels; toiu,
7.'i0 bushels, oats, Komi luisliels, shipments -Wlieat,
all, "H bushels; corn, none, oats, 14,000
Chicago Grain nr,d Produce.
Chhagn, .Miff. II Hricy liquidation laused
weikne. In tho wheat pit tuiln, and September
i lined &aii. lowt'l. September loin was i
lowei and oats -V. Iovmi, while provisions
cK-cd tmclimged to Tic. lower. C'a.li quotations
were ac follows:
Fiom --(iiict, tinn; No. o-princ; wheat, lil'i
7li ; No. 2 led, 7.ia,e ; No. 2 corn, ."isij,, . No.
2 ci How, 5'jic: Xo. 2 uals, :ttiai7i.; No. 2
wlllte. 3a'l'i'-r. ; No 3 do., USShiSOc, ; .
ice, UV.; fair tn dtolie tnalting, Yiaflli ; Nn. t
llav seul, 1,1.01; No. 1 Noiiliweiiern, 1 ini; priin
timothy seed, s", iKi'i 7,i; mess pork, !( lOall 15.
Iird, M7iis7."j, sh'irt illis sides, 7.'iclia.l0,
riiy silled shoulders, 7'si'jc. ; short clear sidei,
fs 15aS.5,"i, whiskey, f ".i.
Chlcngo Live Stock Market.
Chiiago, AusT. It.-Cattle -neieipts, 2.',000. in
iluding H 1'exan.s and 1,fl western, ihoico
steers, steady; others, stoic; butchers stock about
steady; Tivans nc Use; we.leins stiad.i; good In
piiino sierra, 4i'"irt. 10: pum to medium, ta5:to,
stockers and feeders slow, exupt choue, j l.Vi
4.10, lows. anil Mi; heifirs. fj..1a.1 20: tan
nets, f ,1042 'i; hulls weak. ?.' 25il 2i; calces,
JUS; Texas sliets, W.2VU (), o iar accragc
;IJV pounds, at -V" 2.i; wesiirn steers, l.loa'iOj.
Hogs Hec-eipts todaj, 35,il, cstlmtled tomor
row, 2S,(SJ; left oiei, A.Oml. 0ieneil weak;
ilosed stronger; lop, r20; mixed and butchers,
tri.JOail ljijj good to iholce lieaci, 'H.iiOitl 20;
ough heacy, fVIVi.i S'i; light, 5 45a5.n7'j; bulk
of sales, JJ.ae. Sheep Itecelpts, 22,ii; sheep
and lambs, choice, neary steadc; other weak;
good to diolie wethers, is.tWil.20, (air to choue
mixed, aJSMlfai; western sheep, I.10if:j,
jeirllngi, f-knOtl 2i, name lambs, .iaj,60; west
ern lambs, I.Ji'a'i in.
New York Live Stock.
Xew Yi-rk, Aui:. II, Heecu Slow; steera weak
to 10c. lower, bulls and rowa steady to shade
easier; steers, IM)a3 50, bulls, 1, 10a (, 7); main'
ly, .'.50a.UO; calcea ceals Heady to lVc. hisher;
grassera and buttermilks 2.V.. hlglieri ceals, if Vi
7.M; culls, $lal.R0; extra veals, $7 75; sTiacra
ami buttermilks, f.l.25il, Sheep- Dull and tonei;
very few wanted, good to choice lambs Headi ,
oihen. slow and imecen in prices. Hatket cined
steady on all grades. Sheep, .'.i..V0, lambs, ffa
H 10; few heads, $.25j culls, t'la.L.'iO Hugs -steady
for all weights, state hogs, $rt 2Jsf).30j
western quotable at $.V00a6.
rtuffaln, Aug. 14 C'altlc Offerings, 4 cais
dull and slow; veals, $5a7. Iloga Offerings, 19
cars; medium to choice heacy, $6.15a(1.20; plga,
KiWa5.7J. Slieep and I.atnhs Offerluirs, 8 tars;
s print; limbs, fair to fancy, $5 23a9.8); choice
to extra mixed, t1.Mi3.75.
Oil rity, Aug. 11 -Credit balincei. 121; certlft.
rates, no hid) shipments, 10,n.); average, 67,.
05 i run, 10O,0S.5i average, il,iO.
Help Wanted Male.
WANTF.D Insurance rancassers; good pav and
quick adianeement. Address .1. II., Tribune
WANTKD-A reliable mm for insuranie; good
opporliinltv for Ihe right parte. Address J.
II , Tribune Office.
WANTM1-A wood tinner at Ansley'a Mill.
Help Wanted Female.
W'AXTKIl- A good girl for general housework
, who understand cooking, Apply 641 Mad
BRANCH WANT OFFICES.
Want Advertisements Will Be
Received at Any of the Follow
ing Drug Stores Until 10 1'. M.
ALBERT SCIIt.irrZ, corner Mulberry
street and Webster acenue.
OUSTAV riCIIEL, 6J0 Adams avenue.
0E0R0R W. JENKINS, 101 South Main
FRED L. TERPPE. 729 Cedar avenue.
GEO. W. DAVIS, comer North Main
avenue and Market atreet.
CIIARI.ES P. JONES, 1JJ7 Dickson
P. .1. JOHNS, MO Oreen Ridge street.
O. I.OHENZ. corner Washlnuton ave
nue and Marion' street.
W. II. KNEPFEt,, 1017 Irving avenue.
J. O. HONK li SON.
WANTI.D firm in evclimge for 1 eery desir
able house tn Dinmori'. See Hat kett, Heal
Flale Em hange.
WANTED -Ice cream freerer over 10 quaits cc.
piiil.c snd small hotse and wagon. Roland,
1112 Sadie place.
WANTED One lliousand persons to buy one
thousand botths "Knights' Arnunlle S.crup
of Prunes," uiuup's greale-t pliisle. l.irgn
bottle, 2"i cinls. Clia. P. Jones, 1 j"7 Hack
WANTED-An intelligent (Catholic) lady or Ken
lleman lo fill a llglit. pleasant position;
good pay, If suitable. Adilre P. O. Hux 20,
sc rant on. Pa
Money to Loan.
VI In -a),fl T 0(T. 1 and 5 pi-r cent, in-tete-t
I a.c teinis lo 1 1 pay . lieotge W.
Okell. ( ml l.xi hange building.
f.'l O.isOii TO I OAN Lowest rales; straight or
monthly pactnents. Stark k Co.,Trders' bll.
ANY AMOt'NT OF MONEY TO I.OAN'-Qulck,
stiai,;lt lrans or lliiilding and Loan At
from 4 to fl per cent. Call on X. V. Walker,
111 1V Council building.
WVNTED-Talle boardirs. Mrs. Tompkins, Ml
Room and Board Wanted.
WVNITP Ibii in and bo.nd, pricale family, by
luting lad; 1.. W. II, 'liihune ittiii-,
SCOT! II WOMVN ilesiies position as mild to
hull, nr until wait on imalid ;tiulrmili.
A. lies llux 1H, P. (I.
M1l'ri()X WVNTI.D Hi man 111 gnuiry store;
eigliliin .cears cxperliii'i-. i-ocd retereuies,
lan iau- for cue or country Hade. Addiiss satti
ltocberii, .Vhuitio-e, I'a.
sill A'l KIN WVNI'ED-To l' out by the day
washing or dialling. Mrs. HiKsell, 121'J
snt'VIION' W Willi) A position in wlduwcr'a
fatnlli. In a middle aged lady. Mis Jin
nlc smith, 020 Hit lourt, lit.
slit VI ION W Wt'ED Hi a tonus; mm, to wink
In otitic; has i goml eilin itiou; i in gito
good iifeieme. Address, );, ,., ure Nrantmi
sill VI ION WVNri.D lly jouiig girl as dish-
washer, nun-ins: or to assist in house wotk.
Answer proiuplli. 1.. 1)., 727, Fellow stierl,
Sill MION W WU'.ll-ltv a jiniiis gill li Jf.ui
old lo assist at light housework. Addtcss
lllnru, 110 Cimetou acenie, Clti,
filll'ATION WVN'IED Vt any kind of oilbe
wotk. lly a ciiung nuii. oxpciiinud 1 k
keipei. Hood refeien is. Addrisa . i , -aie
of tile Tribune
SIT! VIION WANI'I.D As siinographir or assl.t
anl bookkeeper bv 'i jouiig nun. Addri'
A. F , taic of 'liihune.
At Iliistnn (.First game)-- R 11. I!
Philulelpliia 2 o 5 1 0 I 0 0 0- 0 II I
Iiiton o n o o o o o n o 0 i l
Halleilis - Ftarer and Powers, ounj, Mitchell
and Criger. Umpire Canlillon.
Seiond game It. If. E
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0-2 fl 2
lliisim 00202 000 -( 10 0
llalteries- Plank, llftuhanl and I'owers; Winters
and Schicckeneost. 1 mpire Cantillon.
M Washington tFirst game) H. II. E.
Ilalnmore in) 0 1 8-1 7 2
Washington 3 0 1 0 1-S 7 1
Battcnes Nops, Earns and Ilrrsnihan; Patten
and (latke. I'nipires-lla.kfll and Connolly.
Second game postponed on n count of tain.
Clin ago Cleveland and Milwaukee-Detroit not
s.t Xew Yoik (First game) R. II. E
Ho.ton il iMifi .1 S (l 3 0 -9 li 2
Xew Yrrk 1)01)0 1 2 000-sl 7 2
llattcneis-Willli and Klllndgc; Tsclor and
Warner. L'mpire Emslie.
Second game R. II. K.
Hoston OOOOOOOOO-fl A 0
.New ork 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 o-.l 10 1
llatteriM -Dineen and Motanj Denier and
Wainer. L'mpire Emslle.
M Iliookljn (First ganie) R II. E
Philadelphia I 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 fl -4 ft O
Rrookl.cn 1002 2 00H,-S 10 2
Hatlerlea- Ducgleby and Jacklltsch; Donoian
and Mcdul-l'mplre Nash.
Second game R. II. K.
Philadelphia 0 10 0 0 0 0 10-2 ) 2
Drmklyn 0 1 (I 3 0 0 I 0 -S 10 1
Hatterlesi Townsend and Md'arland; Newton
and Farrell. l'mpire Nach.
Chlcagn-Plttsburg and Cinclnnitl-St. LouU not
Hartford, 11; Ruffalo, 4.
Montreil, 4; Providence, 3,
Wercester, Si Toronto, 6,
Brockton, 13; Tcochciter, 13.
3 Insertions 25 Cents
More Tlun Pour Llnei, ft Centt for Dach nxtra Line,
Certified Public Accountant.
EDWAHD C. SPAIIUHNO, 23 TRADERS BANS
"'"Il II. DAVIS, ARCHITECT, CO.NNELIa
FRLIIEIHCK I,. ItHOWN, ARCH. II., REAb
- ie. 1:,-hange Illdg., 126 Washington ave.
Civil nnd Mining Engineers.
II. I IIARDINO, 600 CONNELL RUII.DINO.
R. O. E. EILENREHOER, PAUL! DUlLDiNoi
Spruce street, Scranton.
1'R.iC. C. LAU3AC1I, 115 WYOMINO AVENUE..
FnANK ,S- "OVLi:, ArrORNEY-ATLAW.
""oen 1Z. 14, 10 and 18 llurr building.
F. K. THACY.ATTY.COMMON'WEALTH BLDO.
; ." RLPLOOLn. ATrOHNEY-LOA"S NEOO.
ilateil on real estate security. Meara building,
corner Washington accnue and Spmce atreet,
WII.LARD. W'ARREV A- KN'APP. ATTORNEYS
and counsellors at-law. Republican building,
JESSt'P A- JESSFP, ArrORN'KYS AND C011N.
sellors at-law Commonwealth building, Rooms
lt, 20 and 21. .
1:5.'ynn u'- THAYP.R. ATTORNEY.
"wl, nth floor, Meara building.
L. A. WATRP.S. ATlORNEY-ArLAW, BOARD
of Trade building. Scranton, Ta.
PATTERsOV A- WILCOX, TRADERS' NATIONAL
C COMI.nVS. 9-13 REPl'ni.lCN ntril.DINO.
A-,"' niRTiioi.r. officii moved to xo.
211 Wccmlng accnue.
Physicians and Sugeons.
DH W. li
ALLEN, 51J NORTH WASHINGTON
DR. S W. IAMOREAfX. OFFICE 331 WASH,
ington avenue. Residence, 131 Mulberry.
Chronic disease, lungs, heart, kidneya and
genito urinary organs a specialty. Hours, 1
to 4 p. m.
Hotels and Resturants.
Hi: ILK CvFE. IK AND 127 FRANKLIN
avenue. Hates reasonable.
P. ZEIOLER, Proprietor.
ErRANTOV HOfSn. NEAR P., L. k W. PAS.
senger depot. Conducted on the European
r'n. VICTOR KOCH, Proprietor.
a. n. unions cleans privy vaults and
cess pools; no odor; only Improved pumps used.
A. II: Hrlggs, proprietor. Iave orders lioo
North Main avenue, or Eicke'a drug store, cor.
ner Adams and Mulberry. Roth telephone.
0. It. CLARKE k CO.. SEEDSMEN AND NURS.
erymen, store 201 Washington avenue; green
houses, low North Main avenue; store tele
JOSEPH KUHTTFL. HEAR til LACKA. AVE..
Scranton, Pa , manufacturer of Wire Screens.
UIIF.SsMs.KINa FOR CHILDREN TO ORDER:
also ladles' waists. Louis Shoemaker, 213
MECARflEE RllOS, PRINTERS' SUPPLIES, EN
v elopes, paper bags, twine. Warehouse, 130
Washington acenue, Scranton, Pa.
H' 01T .ll 10 ni'Y. Si.I I, OH RENT a pron.
itc or aui line cf business, see Hackctt, 1:6
77 I .Ors novira) eirh, at filenbiirn station;
stiei Is an- graded and named; tome and get
nnpM and bun particulars. C'omtg;., Dimo
AMENDMENT 'lo '1111: ( O.N s, FIT I ION PRO
POsEI) 'lO'lllEt lllZI.N.slIF nils COMMON'.
W I.M.I II Milt IHI. ill VPPHOVVL OR RE
.ll.l'ITON ll llll; OINIltVI. AssEVIHLY OF
1 III: IllvlMUNVcCM.lTI OF PENNsM.VANIA.
I'l lll.lslll.il ll ORDER OF IHE SKCHKTAY
of Tin: lOMviii.NWi'vi.iii. in prttstANcn
01' AllllCI.I. .Will OF HIE CONS I'l ITTIOX.
A I01NT RI'sOLl I'lON.
Pre pusinc; mi amitiihniiit to the (.onstitutlou of
the ( iimmon.ci'alth.
Seillin 1, II.- it lesiilcd lie tho senile and
lliiuso uf liipii'sititatiiis of the ( ommonwealth
in Oiniral Asm nil, l met. Rial the following Is
pmposid as miif iidmi tits to the Constitution
nt Ihe Commonwealth of 1'nin.j Inula, In ae
I'oidjuie with the piucisions of the eighteenth
uiticle tlit is of:
Ami milium One to Vilule Light, .section One,
ild at the end of the lht paragiaph of said
si it mil. liter the winds "hiil lu- entitled to
cute at all clectnm, ," tho words "subject
ln.weiir tu null laws requiting and rrgulvting
the HgMtiatiun of i-lecluis .s the llenetal As
siiiibl.i nn) en ut," su trut (lie said section
thill leid is follows:
su lion 1. iiualitiiatlotis of llieitors. Every
mile iltj7cn icci-iitj-oiic jcars of age, pnsaesiinj'
the folluiciiig quilitiialii'to, eh ill be entitled tn
cote at all elections, nibjn I howecer tn such
laws requiring and legulaling the registration
uf eleiliirs a the flenrial Vs-i-mhly may enact:
I llhe shall line liein a nilen uf the United
States at Icact tine month.
2. He shill luce lesuled In the s.t(s one ceir
Im, iiicing piecinusly biiu a qititifird elector
hi nallce limii eitirn of ihe Male, h" ahall
line teiiiocid thrrefioui and ritiutied, then, six
months) iminediatcl pteieding ihe election.
.1. Hi r ii ill ban- iisulid in the election His
ttict where he shall offer to vote at least two
mouths immediately preiediug the eh lion
4. If twcnli two years if ago and tipvrards,
he shill luce pild within two ci irs a Mate or
iminlv tax. whuli shall hace been assessed
at least two inunths ami paid at least ana
month before tho election ..
Aiiiemlimnl Two tn Article .Eight, JSetfion
Sttike out from said seitinn the words "Jsut
no elrctnr shall be deprived of the privilege ef
voting by ruson of his njme not being regis
tercd," and add to slid section the fnliocvlns!
woidi, "but laws icgulating and requiring tha
registration ot electors mav li enacted to apply
to cltiiM mile , prodded that such laws he uni
form for titles of the same dais," so that th
said sett ion ehill lead as follows:
section 7. rniforniitc of Klcitlon Laws All
liwa irgulating the holding of elections by the
dtiitw or for the registration of elector shill
be uniform Ihinughout the Mite, hut Isws
regulating and requiting the registration of
ctedois 111 il be snaitid to apple to cities onl.c,
provided tint such laws be uniform for cities
of the s-une class.
A true ropy of the Joint Resolution
W. W. GRIEST. '
Seiretarv of the Commonwealth.
AMENDMENT TO Till. ( ONsll ITTIOV PRO.
1'Osl'D 0 Till' CITIZENS OF THIS COM.
MONWIV1TII Kill TIII'IH VI'PROVVI, OR RE.
lECTlOV 11V TUB OESF.RM. ASEim.Y OF
'llll (OMMONWFVITII OF PENNSYLVANIA
PIRLIsllED I1V ORDER OF TIIK. SECRET RV
OF THE IDVIMONWFVI 111 IN PCRsrvNCE OF
ARTICLE .Will OF "llll" ( ONsTI 1 1 TIO.V.
JOINT HESOf.l TIOX
Prosposlng an amendment tn the Constitution
of Iho Commnnweilth.
Kretlon 1 He it cnacied he the "tnitti and
House of Representative of the Commonwealth
of Penn'ylcanu in General AsscmUy met, and
it Is hereby enacted by the authority of th
saiiti", Tliat the following is ptoposed u m
aiiiendnient to the Constitution of'the'Commen
weallli of Pfiinsclvanu, in aicorlince with the
tuocisiona of the Klghtrenlh article thereof,
Strike cuf section four article eight, ins
ert In place thereof, is. follow-it
SecUon 4 All electljpa ".bj; CfKUana shall
be bj ballot er Jy'j'ichv ether method aa .reav
be prescribed by li-wrs Provided,' -That secrecy
in voting be prewrced.
A true copy clHhsr Jointneolutlfin..vS
ft becretary of the Commonwealth,