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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1901'.
Gpeclil tn tho Scranton Tribune.
Hflllste.id, AtiK. 14. Wince SnodnUcr,
the Lackawanna binkomnn Injured In
thp ynirl hero. It rr-covPiltiK frnm the
wound. Ho vns plncherl liotvvocti two
M. P. Hand Is milTcrlm- from blond
poisoning m ono foot, IhiiurIu on by
wearing fincy rolorrd Ihisp.
A number of liiMiplo on Saturday
night wltiiMnPil tho ilountMR of the
nlRht bloom inp cr-ioti". Tho plant wns
one owned by .Mis. T. II. Hays. TIipip
wc-re thrpp blnconiP, each onp metis
firing nlnp Indies nrin?.
A Brent inntiv .fioin hero nttenilcvl
the funpfal of tlm latp Kilvviml Hhk
gerty, which wns held In Hlnghumlcm
Beit Aldrlfh Is oiootlnr; n barn upon
his Tark avrnup lot. recently purchas
ed from i K Moxley.
William ll.iiiips has nwnrdod to
William Knoeller a rontrnrt for the
erection of n kitchen anil bath room
upon his hntto on William strort. It
Is also undPislooil that tho veranda Is
to bp rebuilt and other repalrH made.
Charles Hoffman, of the flim of Hon.
man Bros., stone dealer"", was In Soinn
ton Monday looklnK after the business
of the firm.
t' W. Ilankes was In lllnirliamton
Monday purchasing hurkleberrles.
Mrs Hufjene I .owe, of MnKhntnton,
find Mrs. !,ouls I.eivvo and two sons, of
r.lmha. aic vtsitinjr Mr. nnd Mrs. M.
Mr. anil Mrs. Pri d Harnutn enter
tained Mr. Hainuiti's two slstets from
John Shields hai irpalnted his rest
dence on Dayton aenue.
C. .T. I.ancley Is having his store
bulldlnc tepalnted In appropriate color.
William Sullivan Is In the Moses Tay
lor ho(.ptal. Sctanton, nVidciRoIng
treatment for an Inluied heel.
Mis. i rib hi Kt has built a new barn
upon her premises on Park avenue.
Henrr Meiicle Is having- a new roof
plaied upon a portion of his house on
Pour new members were admitted
Into the Older of Hallway Trainmen
Rev. M. .1. Watklns vvrlei from
Northfleld that he I having a delight
ful time and enjovlng his vlrlt.
Rev. I,. W. rhureh nnd family nr
outlnK for a few weeks in the Ilrucc
Rn.: rot t a co nt Three Lakes.
There w 111 he no services hi the Pre
byteilan church Sunday, as the pastor
Is taking n bilef vacation nnd lest.
Mrs. William Pike, of the l.estershlre
Practical Rlble Training school, who
was taken sick here Sunday, returned
home Wednesday moining.
Willlim Cauoll, jr., has returned
home fiom h tour of the Pan-American.
Mr. and Mis. William Packard, of
Scrairt-in. were visiting Mi. Jacob
Hrown and .Mlsa Lucy Packard Sun
day. Charles Schmidt and famllv.of Soran
ton, were visit ing William Schmidt on
Miss I.eola Rlngley, of Binghamton,
who has been visiting Mrs. Joseph
Dennis, has leturned home.
Lisle Highmey has accepted n. situa
tion In the Lackawanna yard here un
der H. L. Cox.
Mrs. C.irl Tlngley has returned home
from visiting friends in Lawsvllle.
traveling evangelist Is holding
meetings on Main stieet every even
ing The meetings are to continue for
John Chldoster has returned home
from attending the camp meeting at
Mr. A. P. Merrill nnd daughter,
Rena, Mere in Rlnghamton Monday.
Miss Pdna Ward was visiting In
Milton Squires was the guest of Sus
quehanna friends Tuesday.
After a number of years of faithful
service as agent for the Lackawanna
here, Q.I. O. MrCreaiy has resigned his
A reception and party Is to be held
In V. M. C. A. hall Thuroday evening
by a number of young people,
Mr. and Mrs. John Tyler and Mr.
nnd Mis. Know ell wero outing at Pago
Fpeciil tn the Scranton Tribune.
Brooklyn, Aug. 15. Mis. M. L. Tiff
any, Mrs. Latham and J. L. Tiffany, of
Mcholsnn, spent Sunday In town.
Mrs. P. A. Reynolds, of Scranton, is
visiting Mrs. Josephine Sterling.
Emmett Jones, of Alabama, visited
relatives here ictontly.
The Ladles' Aid of the I'nlveisallst
church met yesterday afternoon at tho
Dr. P. U. Bond, of Philadelphia, is
Mrs. L S. P. Hlno Is preparing to
build a new house on her lot opposite
Tho dance given by tho Brooklyn
young people Inst Friday evening was
n success. One oung man, who went
without invitation and without good
manners, was piomptly taken to the
Justice's olllrn and fined.
Charles Tiffany has heen threshing
and shipping re from his 20-acie field.
The harnessmaUer fiom Harford la
doing a good business here.
C. A. Corsen has put a new englno In
The Sunday schools from this place
picnicked at Heart Lako last Wednes
day. Miss Jessie Miller is visiting friends
In Dalton and Sernnton.
Several families have gone, to Dim
mock camp ground.
S. B. Pldrldge and daughter, Pdna,
spent Sunday with tho campeis at For
Mr. and Mrs, fllen Tewkshuiy, jas
Grace Tewkshury and George Bunnell
visited the Camp of tho Pines at For
est Lako last Thursday.
David Peiry celebrated his seven
tleth birthday ono day this week by
entertaining his children.
Miss Louise Barnes, of Scranton,
visiting relatives hero on her return
from the Pan-American nnd Detiolt.
Kvar Hanson visited Roy Shadduck
' The party of young people who spent
last week camping at Forest Lake, re.
turned to Brooklyn last Monday, well
nnd happy. In spite of their unlucky
z number Those who enjoyed the trip
were Misses Chamberlain, AIney, Ger
trude Wnldle and Maud Waldle, of
Brooklyn; Mlrn Barnes, of Scranton,
p and Miss Reynolds, of Wllkes-Barre;
Mrs, S. B, Pldridge nnd Lincoln Barnes,
of Sernnton; Dr. T. H. Bond, of Phila
delphia; Wade BnniPS, George Terry
nnd Karl AIney, of Brooklyn, and W.
II. Allen, of South Montrose.
Speehl In the Vnntnn Trlliunt.
Tunkhanonck, Aug. 15. Mrs. Oeorgo
Lehlghton and children, of Glenburn,
nro visiting at the home of Mrs. Leigh
ton's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. T. P. Av
ery, nt this place.
The Catholic people will hold a festi
val on their i lunch lawn on Past Tl
og.i street this evening. The proceeds
lire for the benefit the church.
Mrs. Kllzabeth Banks, of Plttston, la
the guest of relatives at this place.
Hnrty Lnikeyand MIssAgnesllamp-
fv were united hi marriage at high
noon on Wednesday nt tho Catholla
chinch In this place.
Luther Barlow, who Is employed nt
Haletmi, Is visiting his patents, Mr.
nnd .Mrs. Charles Barlow, nt this pine.
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Little Polly Hinders sat amoni; the cinders,
Warmint; her pretty little too.
rinJ a cat an J two dogs.
The annual reunion of the Stnrk
family will bo held at Renshaw park,
Tunkhannock, on Saturday, Sept. 7.
Prod and Olln Potter, son of Charles
rotter, of Wyoming avenue, left for
Philadelphia this week, where they
have seemed employment.
Sheriff John W. Gray, of Tunkhan
nock, nnd Lafayette (r. Piatt, of La
ceyville, nro in attendaiii'P at the Dem
ocratic state cr.iveutlon at Harrlsbuig
a deb-gates from Wyoming county.
Charl"s Hiutts, u farmer living near
Laceyvllle, wns killed at that place
on Wednesday nfternoon by being
struck by the second section of tialn
No. I while attempting to cross tho
track with his team. He was a broth
er of Mrs, B. C. Kethllne, of this place.
Mr. and Mis. Chailes Deltrlch are
cuteitalning friends from Stioudsburg.
Tho Taxpayers' association have
again awakened from a lethargic stato
and Judging fiom the tone of Tuesday
night's meeting It appears as if they
are going to fulfil the purpose for which
they were organized. At Tuesday's
meeting the electric light conditions
were freely discussed. The committee
appointed by the association reported
that they had met the officials of the
electric light company nnd the council
committee, and at that meeting tho
otllclals stated that It was their desire
to fuinlsh light for what tho
borough could afford to pay. At
a later meeting of the council
It was reported by the com
mittee that they had another confer
ence with the electric light company,
thus Ignoring the taxpavers, as It was
the agreement nt the last meeting that
they all meet again. At that meeting
they suggested that n contract be
dtawn up nt the late of $1,700 per yeai.
I he tapnyers, knowing that the bor
ough cannot pay this amount, suggest
ed that another confeience be held nnd
try nnd Induce the company to furnish
light at no gi eater sum than Jl.SiiO.
Another committee repotted that the
IV) acies of coal lAnd leased from tho
Pennsylvania Conl company ato not
assessed ami that If the borough ofll
ceis fall to have It assessed the asso
ciation will have the commissioner
letum It as unseated land. It was nlso
resolved that If they rind It necessary
tluy will icstraln the trensuier fiom
paying nny moneys out only for tho
pin pose for which they were collected.
Mrs. Hattle Bell and Mrs. G. W. Gay,
with their Sunday school classes, pc
nli ked at Lincoln pnrk on Tuesday af.
tciiii n. The following were piesent.
Misses Mary and Matgaiet Mucklow,
Mnrgaiet Lower, Ova Dennis, Veda
Curtis, Mary Clark, tF.hel Ahorn,
Clementine riandi-rs, Pdna Kellum,
Iona Ferrell, Raymond Aheins, Adam
Smith, Oscar Pommermuth, Irvln
Leldy, Floyd Gay, Mrs. George Rolls
and son, Pari,
On Wednesday evening ten new
members were welcomed Into tho c.
M. B. A. and applications for ten more
were placed on file. The society shows
considerable growth during the past
M. J. McGowan removed his family
to Nantlcoke this week.
Misses .Mary and Anna Fltzslmmons
have leturned from Bajonne.
There will be a meeting of Local 219,
Textile Workers, this evening,
Mr. and Mrs. William Laird and two
children, Mis. N. P. Hosklns, Miss Jn
net Allen and C'harleH Boone left on
Wednesday for Atlantic City.
Mlsa Margaret Rnnlman Is at Lake
The funeral of Mrs. Mary Lynch took
place yesteiday afternoon from the
u-sldenee of her sister, Mrs. Frank
HeMnn. Interment was made In St.
On Wednesday afternoon the Dela
ware and Hudfon passenger train due
here at 2.18 o'clock struck and Instantly
killed a man who had been walking
along the track. The body was taken
to the Avoca station, where, In his
pocket, was found an envelope with tho
name, Joseph Kltchuw. It wns his
pay at the Butler colliery, amounting
to J12.f0. Teter Lncuta took charge of
the body until yesterday afternoon,
when It was claimed by friends.
Special to the Sernnton Tribune.
Motitrop, Aug. 16 The annual en
campment of Veteran assoclaton of
Susquehanna county will tako place on
the fair grounds In thin place on Aug
ust 2S, 29 nnd 30.
Commissioners' Clerk W. A. Tits
worth has sold his fine mure, Daisy T
to parties In Hlnghumliin.
Dlmock camp meeting commences on
next Wednesday evening. Rev, H. B.
Benedict, of Montrose, will have gen
eat chnrge, owing to the absence In
Put ope of Presiding Pldcr Floyd.
Rev. Dr. A. L, Benton, pastor of the
Presbyterian chutch, leturned todny
from Northfleld, Mass., where he hnd
been for a foitnlght.
The Star base hall club, of Bingham
ton, play the Montrose nine In this
place tomoriow. An exciting game Is
The eiiteitahiincnt to be given at the
Piesbyteilan chinch, on Wednesday
evening, Augut 21, by Miss Jnnet Me
Cauland, B. P. a ginduate of the Na
tional School of Oratory. Philadelphia,
assisted by our best musical tnlent, Is
looked forward to with plensurable nn-
tlclp.itlon by Montrose people, and
MIsh Mi'Cutitdnnd doubtlifs will be
gieetPd by a huge nudlence upon this,
her Hint piufc-'Monnl appeaianre he
fore the people of her home town.
The cnlm ed brothers nnd Msteis of
this place had a wither unplensnin and
wet espnilence nt Heait lake jestei
day, the occasion being their annual
picnic. But the proverbial good n.uute
of their i ace as'-ertcM it.self and they
managed to extract cons-ldeinhle fun
out of disagreeable cliciimstances.
Harry Barker, of Binghamton, is vis
iting Montro.se relatives-.
W, living Bleakly and wife, of Co.
hoes, N. V., uie the guests of their
daughter. Mis. W. N. B.ur.cs, nt her
home on South Main stieet.
'1'. P. Muck has been spending the
week Willi lelutlvtN In Blugliamton.
Norman Stewatt and Justice Court
ilght wen? down at Wllkes-Barre,
whole Mr. Stew ait puichaed a vety
flue locomobile, and the two gentlemen
made the return tilp on the machine,
safely nnd In good time.
Herbert Youngs nnd family, of New
aik, N. J , aio visiting at the home of
lii patents, Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton
Youngs, In this place.
Although theie was an almost steady
downpour of lain yesteidnj, the Catho
lic picnic held on the fair grounds and
In Village hall was far fiom being a
fniluie. The attendance wa larger
than was expected under the chcuiu
stancts, nnd the affair was fiaught
with much enjoyment.
The Lakeside Country Club's second
annual Rolf tournament will take place
at the club links on August 28 and 2S,
On August 28 the ladles' golf tourna
ment will take place, play will com
mence at 2 p. m. shaip. All ladles
wishing to enter will leave their name
nnd entrance fee of 50 cents with the
ladles' golf committee, composed of
Mrs, Fitzgerald, Miss Mary Courtilght
and Miss Mary Sayre, not later than
Monday, August 2ii. On August 29 the
gentlemen's golf tournament will tako
place, play will commence at 2 p. in.
sharp. All gents wishing to enter will
leave their names and entiaiue fee of
5rt cents with the golf committee, com
posed of L. R. Tltsworlh, J. R. Beards-
ley and George C. Bums, not later than
Monda, August 2ti. The club will glvo
elegant prize cups to winners of both
tournament.". The annual election of
tho Country club oflicois for l!flj will
take place on the last day of the tour-
William Staples, tenor soloist of the
Past Orange (N. J ) Congregational
chinch, will sing at St. Paul's Pplsro-
pal church at next Sunday morning's
Montrose lodge, Knights of Pythias,
will i tin an excursion to Ithaca and
Cayuga lake on Filday, September fi.
F.iro for round tilp i. Chlldien under
12 years can go for half fare.
A carload of cans was received by the
Monti ose canning company this week.
Montrose Flip company No. 2 has re
ceived an invitation to visit Carbon
dale on September 4 and participate In
the celebration of the semi-centennial
of that city's existence. Tho company
has sent notice of their acceptance,
but It now finds Itself unable to secuie
satlsfaotoiy railroad rates and It may
be obliged to recall Its acceptance. Tho
matter will bo Anally decided at a
meeting to be held tonight.
Dr. Reed Burns, of Scranton, was
pinfesslonally engaged In this place
Jean L. Tower Is spending a few
weeks at Atlantic City nnd neighboring
resorts. Ho has been offered n position
with tho Kdlson Plectrlc company of
South Orange, N. J,
Xichty's Celeiy Nerve Compound
for all nervous diseases, (neuralgia,
rheumatism, nervous debility, paraly.
els, biliousness, dyspepsia, costlveness,
piles, liver complaint, kidney trou
bles and female complaints. It goes
to the teat of the disease and cures
thoroughly and speedily. Sold by Mat
BrffUl to the ScraMon Tribune.
Forest City, Aug. 16.-Mr. nad Mrs.
D. Dwyer nnd daughter left yesterday
for a two months' western trip, which
will be spent nt Buffalo, Louisville and
The commonwealth case against An
drew Betchnuer has been put over un
til November court owing to the slck
nss of an lmportnnt witness. (
Mrs. Lafayette Decker, sr of Dun
more, visited her son Lafnyctto thh
The picnic nnd clam bake of tho
Vandllng Hose company will be held
In the Vandllng grove tomorrow even
ing. Tho president of the Forest City
council has Issued orders, to the secre
tary of that body to refuse any Infor
mation of Its meetings to newspaper
nun. The Forest City News takes l
tlue with the chaltmnn nnd claims
that an the record of a public body
the council minutes should bo open to
the Inspection of all Interested. Coun
cil has been seveiely criticised In the
locnl press the past few weeks nnd It
Is ptobable that the chairman's wrath
got the better of his disci etion. The
ptesent ntcp was not n wise one and
the chnhman will probably revoke his
present older when his ardor cools,
The council this week decided to
ndvertle for bids to erect the new
town hall. They paid stieet depait
ment bills nmoiintlng to JJIS.OT for
July. The electric light bill wns laid
over for t eduction. A bill for JSO from
Architect Davis, of Scranton, for
drawing plans for the borough build
ing wns laid on the tnble, as were bills
for tctrn cotta pipe which Councilman
Kane said the council had no know
ledge of receiving. The session was a
warm one and several of the city fath
ers went Into personalities.
Wall Street Review.
New V-ork, Auir 1" Th vthjck in piirri
nlilch nmirrfil train uhllc influrncil in a m".n
mo .. the Ipm f.onnlilc mpoit to tlie Mrlke
oftti iTinti, ui prlnmil Hue in profit laklne mIci
mi tlie wrpk'ri rlv "I lie wostrrn ami Iulflo
Motk, which hail mado ll.e lircit Kaln rr
irnllv. Ii.nl tn like the brunt nt the rcllinit.
Put little ralljliiB prr a diilajcil ly llion
i-locks .it am time during the djy, temponry
mini beinif liTitnrdhtrl caneellod by rrncwed
filri for both lunuM. Their lov at the low
ilnt irr.ije a little more than une per emit ,
M l'liil lluurmu the rttrrnie ikcline of IV
While the votiMii ililirn wi Einrrally under
pre-ture, there mm he.n limine .it time ef
the hitumlnniK and nnlhruite i..il ntnrki, u'lv
Ini: nn iniiimwmnit in NmfnlK, k Wcntrrn id
W nnd Wlierllrc ami like trie imic cd "1 1
Ihrre were Ihi.i purilnes ol Vnulcrninited
( epper hie in the do nnd the slotk rnc J'j.
lis tup tluiiie .n tint iinlut.iined, the pn. a
running nit ,i piun neir the clec. SujJr under
went nnn wide chansrs during thn d.i, nnd
utter nt nne time rolling: a pnmt aboc car
Ca tke, rnilfd a pnlnt lower.
UepoiH tli.it the I'mtiil ljtes Med cnrpori
llin ti nt Mitirid innlml nt the I'tptiMU.m 'rnn
mid Miel rnnipinv i,iupi more artlie ilr.illn
in the litter rtrnki and tiny rndrd a point
fnch lilcher. T.it(i" idnck of I'nited Males Mcrl
i.iirs wne de.ilt in at the npenmir, ind it wM
at tliis piriod that the low prlee nf the ihv wn
in ill" for tin rnimnnii One Idoik nf fi.VO xlnrei
came nut at 4 Hi, but when It (rot down to 4,'j,
whi'ii indidtrd a ln.. oer lT-t nfght, the ptnil:
was mippnrled and did not jleld below Hut pm e.
The fliul rue wa the lowest, and tliv' preferred
iloned enlv ' aboe ttie lnwp;.tf nnd is f, down
on the dav Tnt.il files tmlaj, JnM,ni slurry
Railroad Imnb were iliill and Kcncrally i.in.r.
Total nn par value, 1 Ut,r)
t'nited Mate bonds were .ill uni hanged on the
The following rjuotitiuni ire hirntsried Thi
Mbunp bjr M S .lo.-dan Co., ronmj 70S 7'
Ufr building, Sennton, V. Telephone 50M:
Open- High. Low Oloi
in. est. . 'n.
Vinenean 'in.-ir Ul'j II". Ill HI
Atihl-nn 7D 7! 714, 7U
liliion, l'r , '"'.'A !7 'm 'H
llrook. Tiaitlon ;V 7".1! TPi T"'
Hilt. A Ohio ( Pri.4 li; H7V
t'nnt Tnliutn ii'i ri3 r.ij fiij
die iV Oliln 4(.s, 47'b lh 4s
Chip, k r.t. Wrt J.,', ii 11
t. Paul 1151, lh.V4 Ihl IM'h
llo.k Mind IUis 1 1 4 lll ll.'i,
ban. k I'ev , l'r., .... .'.! .11', 1 'ij
Iniin k ali lot inn, ii).ij jau.
Mm. Klevated 1104 1171, H7Vt
Met Tiaetlnii HwO; ij ir,?', U.7,
Vtiwi. l'.n ifle lOJij nmj j,i4 ni'4
Ninth 1'iiilic M 57 jvt, ;,,iS,
Noifolk k Wet .Vl ,Vi, ,! ;
N Cinlral Ill 11 1 1V"si Ill's
Dili k Western Ill1; 111, M .11
I'fiini. It II Iir.i, 14(,ti Hi 1111,
Pintle Mail W (t V W
lleadlnif III 41 41 4Ji4 4 4
lleidine Hi , l'r 7; 77 77',
twiiilieru It It .'.I'; .12 Sl M
Smitlifm It. it. Pr., ... l'i Sd - Mi4
Tenn. Coil k Iron fit i"l aU, fi.',
I' U.ilher It'i UH 11', H
I Leather, Pr 'I', -I', M MH
I'nlon I'lilfie Uli; n li P
I nlmi PiiMlii, Pr li 'u'j vrj
W'abali, Pr it'i'i 4)'i STj .IT,
We.tern I'liion fcUj !i'V4 ;t;ij, piv.
Col Kuel k Iron ' ! in m
Amal Copper IHi 1K.U f, mu
People's i,a Ill li:i3 nnv, hi
1 lie .Via, ,"Ti, 3", .,',
l.ne, ikt r.7U r.7H m w.'i
Cut sniiiherii lfi II H4 II
Te,n Paiifie I.'lj ti3 i2 4.
iner Car Kmindry .... ?t, 2 1'i :, '."i,
I S vieel Co H H'l 4I'S 4t'3
l'. Meel Co, Pr, ... !ii'4 0lI4 hjs4 '.ijt,
MIW iORK RKMV MMtiiKT
Open. High- I.iuv. f!os
W'HPAT. ine "t et tnr
Pe, ember 7,i 71 7' 70I3
Septemliir 7U's 77' Tc.'i 77'.
September fd'i r' fn, r",
December W'i iij v, cia
Scranton Board of Trade Exchanp;o
Quotations All Quotations Based
on Par of 100.
srOfK. Hid. .Ukrd.
Ijckawinni Halrj Co . Pr it)
Cmmtv Salng Hank & 1rtit Co.. :iiO . .
Vin-t National Hank U'arliondale) s.'i
Mandard nrillliig C" ;0
Third Nation il Hink 40
Dune Pepoit and DiMOunt Bank.. 275
r.mnoiuv l.lghl. II V P. Co .pj
KlrHt Natlenil Hink lino
larka Tlinl Safe Deponlt Co IVIi
Clirk k Snnrr Co, Pr l5
Srranton Iron Peine k Mtit. Co jiv)
Scranton Axle Works nj
Seranton 'axing Hank 4m ...
Trader' National Hink 75
Siranton Holt cV. Nut Co mi
People' Hank lil ...
New Mexico Ity. k C. Co ;j
Scranton Taenger Itillway, first
Mortgage, due 10M m
People' Street Hailway, Cut mort
gage, due 1'iH UJ ,,,
People' Stnet Itallwaj, fieneral
moitsage, clue l"il Ill
Dlckwn Manufaelining Co jo)
l.aika. Town'lilp Nliool 3 per rent. ... I0i
City of fyranlon M. Imp. fi per
cent. ' 102
biranton Traitlon 0 per rent 115
Scranton Wholesale Markot.
(Corrected by II. 1 D'le. 27 baikawanni Ave)
Dean Per buliel, ihoiie maiiuu, J..60a2 hi.
Huttfi Kuch cicameij, 2laJ.'c, dilrj, froh,
Cheese Knll rrcam, lOJiallc.
Egg Wotein fienli, U'sjIOj nearby tate,
.Medium Heans-Ptr biuhel, ii V)
flieen Pea-I'er lnuhrl, 1 mil o.
riour Het ralent, per liurel, II .
tlean Per buhel, choice marrow, $3,10.
Potatoes rcr buhel $lal in
New York Drain nnd Produce.
New York, Aug. lit. 1'lour Steadyj winter
etralghti, f3.3Ja3.50; Minnesota patent, i3.iii
THE TRIBUNE'S "WANT"
4 Lines 10 Cents
More Than Pour Llnei, j Cents for Cch ntf Line
About 1200 feet of floor space on
4U1 lloor of the Tribune building,
su'table for light inaufacturing. In
cluding heat, light and power.
Enquire at office of
KOH HUNT Sloie., oldie". barn, factory tv'tf,
hnuej and Hat. See Ilackett, Real Utate
KOIt HKSr- More with basement; finest location
on Lnckiwanni aienue. ( all upon or addresj
llackilt, Ileal l.sale I'.xihame
1011 HUNT 8 room, meilern house; very de
Irahle; moderate rent. Inquire 15".l) Wash
Kill UKNT -Nine.room houe In tlreen ltldge;
all conienlence; large lot. Rent, $18. Aib
ilrcM S. 0., Tribune.
1011 Itl'.NT- Might looms. 733 .IcITcreon avenue;
all modern convenience. 1
1'On SM:-t.in wheel, very little used, Mm.
Whltmore, wo Vladlon avenue.
1011 S M.i: Two light eprlng wagons and nome
hamciK', cheap. Kvans, rcir 1112 I.urerne
I OR SM,i:-Car load nf ilncirg an I draught
horo and good family liorei. 212 2i Oak
ford coiut. J. M Field.
KOn SM.K A Cottreli k Sons cylinder pres,
81x11, In good condition, new rollers, -W0.
Arply Wilkesdlarre Time Offlie, W'ilkea Darre.
For Sale or Kent.
FOR Vl.i: OR MAT "Ingle house. F04 Web-
liter airnue Ten rooms, team heat. O. r.
Rej nobis, Cnnnell Imilding.
llANiKOMK PLOT at Kactnr.vville, beautifully
situated, few nimulis from atatlon Po'
eses lovelv view ol surrounding conntrj l'l
cut tn Milt Inner". Prices very low. .ddrct,
V I" llaikdt, 'ileal IVtate, Scranton, Pa
IP 101 WMI TO HI'V. si I.I, OH RI'AT a prop
nn or nv line of Imslness, we Ilackett, 1JH
4 1" Wlicil s-not flrin. No led, ,'i'e f o.
1 1. afloit: Nn 2 led, 77,ie. elevator; No 1
Northern Duluili, llijc. f. o b. atloat, No. 1
!...! 11..I...I. w.l.. , .. I. H.t.t lli.llon
111!', ,'I.I.IIU, T S' . t ' ni.". .!.......
closed frlrong at ft4o. net adiiiue Seplemlier
lnu cl 77'ji ; Oet.bir. 7'.v,( ; Deiember, 7nv,e
corn "-pot nun. No -'. ute ciecaior ann o.t'ac.
f n b nllnl Dptioas ilnsed ivlrong at W
li ml higher "September ilnsed fCV ; De
cember, filiv,,. Oits -pol i.toiilv. No ', Pk ;
No I, sie ; No. white, 41s4l'ie . No .1 white,
4"4i , tnck mixed western, .i'Mlle ; irack
while, I2iW Options tirm lliittrr Finn,
crcatiierv, lAaiHisi'.; faclon, lune puked, 13t
ll'je ; iiiiitill, n iieimeri, 11117'ijc ; state ilalri,
Italic. heef." Firm; fancv large coloted, '.N.a
H'se ; firav Urge while, (HJilVnp ; fmcy unnll
colored, o.Ri,c : fancy small white, iji . Fggs -I
Irm; Mate and lniwhinla, 17nlv , western
iincaudird, rmltic. ; weslern candled, 14al7c.
Fhllnclelpliln Qraln and Produce
Philadelphia Aug in -Wheat Finn, .i
hlghii; nntrait grade Vitkiist, 74'aViii (' rn
-Firm, 1'si" lilgher. No 2 mixed ugiiat, n.'a
flJ1-.!' Oati- linn. No 2 while clipped .e,
4'sii"ic Hiitler Finn, gn.il demand, fain
weslern en inicri, 21's ; do do prints, 2i3. ,
do neaibc do, Jlc. 1 gg Firm, i.ood ibinril,
Irish niarbi, 17c ; do. "sieiu, 17c ; do snul'i
wiitem. l'se . il wmlhern, lie Clieise Dull,
N full iie.iiu f r nt siiiill, 0c ; do do. do.
fair to i hole e, SiOi,- llffuitd Sugars (Jult,
but unihitiged Cotton i"ni lunged. Tallow
flndi; cin prime in hbd , .1c ; cnuntrv do. do,
lnireN, 4V.. c ike, " il'a I. in P.iiilln -Firm,
good diiimid, fowls l1" : nhl looster,
7e (pilng chickens, Uillc , clucks, Hnlti".
Dres.rd I'miltrv 1-inn. with good Inquire : fowls
choice, in." : do fair to good, n.,t3e ; old ions
ter. 6c". broilers nearb, 12al7c; western do,
Itcieipts Flour, 5,ilnn bnrels and ijOcrO.Otcj
pounds in suks; wheal, llf,oil bushel; corn,
'in bu-licl: cni. I.ooi) buhels s.hlpmnis
VVheit, lliliiOO bushel, corn, S0,l luishels; oats,
Chicago Grain acd Produce.
(hlngo. Aug 11 (Jialn market inclined to
lower level earl, but turned mmpbleli liter
and i Instd strong, ."-epfunncr wlieat closed "V ;
septfinlcr lorn, Pe and "-eptember oat. a4i
V higher Provisions for Januar.c delivery
cln.ed "J'iale. to lie improved. Cisli cpiotations
were as follow
Flour Dull, but Heidi. Nt ." spring wheat,
r.oia7ui ; No. 2 red. 7lii,'.,i4r ; No. 2 jellow
coin, .I'V , No 2 oatv. 3isi!ac , Nn. '2 while,
3st4il4 ; .No, 3 white, ,l-aV4i ; Nn 1 rje, .Y)'4a
'.i'.; filr tn ihob'e nailing birlei, .ItliUle ;
N'o. 1 fl(v eed, 1 oj. No 1 Northwestern, Yl (l;
pilme tlmoihv seed. 1 1't. mess poik, iVIIClilO;
lard, s;ii7"l'," short nltf, 71iViS 0; drj dlt
ed shiiiildi r. 7'4il2c; hnrt clear ide, .I5a
S il, no whi-kec.
New York Live Stock.
New lork, Vug b" Reevr Tiade slow, good
to choke nil rr tunic Headi , iiieilluin and
iiininnii, iml'n oft, bull and cows almost linen
in 1 1 I i nun u to pi iiii t'eeis. At Kill ii.i; fit
ftig.-., l 70al 71, bulls, : snilol, medium mws,
.' 1V1 tables nuotrd lice 1 ittle at lclisiIJl(e
per pniind. dres.-ed weight, refiigeratnr bief
lower at "v'h. s-hlpinenl loiiionow, l,J70iat
tie and lu.ssl quarlei rf bei f. Calce -Higher
all r.ol'1. vi ds, li".,l; huttcnnlik", t4 21. hcep
and Uiiubs (iood sheep full, atead.v ; limb
opened inoileritelv active it rlenlv piins, io,"d
low and eij; carle aulval nearly all sold,
(i iai in lite not 1 Inscd out, lncp, tit 7.1: culls,
SI .VI. limbs, JlifilJij culls, I,M). ogi
trnngcr, good vvcsiern hogs, M; roar rough
do , C 10, gra-er. 1 .'1, state liogj would
eel at ii.".0, posslblv higher.
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Chicago, Vug 11 Cattle Receipt", 2,5on, in
eluding N'O Texjiis. generally teidv , good 10
prime eterr. 1 4i'ail 40, tiuor tn medium, .! 71x
(ISA, dockers and feeder atead.c, 2 104 '.'Jj
enw, xj'Oil.tl, beifei, ei'Oal'Jl, impels,
1 loaJ.VI, bull, lb.. ue teidv , oilier flow,
$J25illl. calves, .( .'li.l 7.1. Tevas ieer, $111
al, western grass steers, fla! liogj ReceipU
today, ju.ivsi, tniiuirrnn, ll.Oou, csilmated, left
over, 4,0. Weak. Top, y.Qft, mixed and
biitihers, ?lMaH 17'j, good 10 choice heivc,
$! f.lifl SO. rougli luavv, Wjiialfto, light, JI501
0; bulk nf sales, M-sOifl cheep -Receipts, l.l.nnn;
hep and lamb generally weik", gnod tn choice
wether, ?.I40I; fair to ehnlce mixed, Wal.M;
weslern hcep, .12Vil; vearlings, M 0al W; r.i"
the lamtw, f'aS.IO; western limbs, IJ S3,
Hast lluiTalo, Aug til Cttie-t hoice light
weight Mecr, $.1 10, veal and calve leceipls,
2V) head; tops, ra7 2S, heavy fat veal, VS0i
ft 21 lo,ii-llve cent higher; mlveil picker
grade, $lU.Vifl SO. clmlee heavy, $rt.i0an"J3; pig,
gnnd tn cholie, MRlil'ru, Sheep and l.ambs -Choice
tn fniy, ifsloliSSfl, heep, handv wether,
f)71c.l.(; choice to extra mixed, $.1.403 TO,
Sheep were almost neglected, but at a decline
nf 15 tn 20 cents most of the stock of low grade
was cleaned up. Yearling lamb, choice to extra,
East Liberty Cattle.
Kat Liberty, Aug. in Cattle Steady; extra,
fi&OiSi.l, prim-. 3l'U5riO, good,' fJ.IJal Ay
Hog Utlve; prime heavy, 17a 20, ajsorted
medium, ?B i:i,ao 15; best yorken, W 106 12.,;
light .vnrker, naai; plgi, $Ja5fii; .kIjh,
H 25i5 25 I roughs, $UJA0, Sheep blow, belt
wether, iiOOat; ci)lli and common, 1.50a2 )0j
yearling!, fJil.2i; vtal cilvei, 6.60a7.
Help Wanted Male,
, j, ..'...
MCIIIMST, competent to work on lirge tool,
can ecure veady work and nood waget.
Apply Villa ( halmer Co., Scranton, Pa.
WANTKH-Hojn to work at gla rutting. Scran,
ton Cut trlAM compin, 1J20 Washington
W'ANTM- fimt claa teamster. Mrs. K. trrlt
fin, 470 Mary trect.
BRANCH WANT OFFICES.
Want Advertisements Will Bo
Received at Any of the Follow
ing Drug Stores Until 10 P. M.
ALBFRT SCIH.UTZ, corner Mulberry
street nd Webster avenue.
OUSTAV PlCIIhL. 050 Adam avenue.
OEOROR VV. JKSKIN3, 101 South Main
FRKD L. TERPPE, 729 Cedar avenue.
CEO. W. DAVIS, corner North Main
avenue and Market street.
CIIARi.F.3 P. JONES, 1537 Dickson
F. J JOHN'S, MO Oreen Ridge street.
O. l.ORENZ, corner Washington ave
nue and Marlon ftrcet.
TV. II. KM-.PFF.Ir, 1017 Irving avenue.
J. o. no.s'E t SON.
WANTED V farm in exchange (or a veiv desir
able home in Dinmoie. Sec Ilaikelt, Jteal
WANT El) -One thousand pernons to buy one
thousand bottles "Knights' Aromatic S.vrup
of Prunes," nature's grcatist plijsli. J.irgn
bottle, 21 cents. Cha. P. Jones, 1557 Daclc
WANTED- An intelligent (Catholic) lady or gen
tleman tn fill a light, pleasant position;
good pay. If suitable. Addrens P. O Hox 20,
Money to Loan.
$VI t flO.OOO -T OM F. -4 and 5 per cent, in
leicst 1'asj terms In np.i. (.eorgc W.
Okell, Coal Kxchinge building
(J.O.IXX) TO I OAV Lowest rates; stiaisht or
monthly pavments. Stark k Co.,T'radors' id Ig.
ANY AMOl'NT OF MONTY TO I.OX.N' Quick,
stralgl t ltans or Ilulhllng and lian. At
from 4 to 6 per cent Call on N. V. Walker,
311.115 Cornell building
WANTED-Table boarders. Mrs. Tompkins, 531
Boom and Board Wanted.
WANTED Room and boird, private family, by
.voung ladv F. II, T limine otitic.
SIT FIT ION T VNTED-llv nlntile mm at Imtil
or icstaiirant or kill In 11 work or an oilier
wmilir iiiiplovmcnt. .VddirM ,1. Hemid, licncral
Mil MION VNIH) House cleaning or any
kind of work, en washing 01 iloning. Ml.
1.(0, 414 lllll-tead coult
."-C'OrciI WOVIVN cl.siie position as m lid tn
ladv, or lould wait 011 invalid gentleman
AdieMt'llox 111, P. O
MTI VITON W VNIi:ii llv man in gruccry store,
eighteen vear expeilen e. jotd references,
ran care for clt,v or country tiade. Addresn ."-im
llo,.,li( ire, Vlontiusi", Pa.
Mil AIIOS WVNTI'D-To go out bv Ilic day
washing or cleiuing. Ml. Russell, 121'J
MTIAITON WVN1II1 position 111 widower'
fainllv, be a middle aged ladv. Ml. Jen
nie Miiilli, bid Dix iciiirt, clt.v.
SITI'ATIOV WANTED ll.v a .voung mm, to wink
in office, has a good educ ition, 1 111 give
good refeienco. Adduss, E. A., care Scrantun
SITI'VTION WVNTID-Hy .voung girl as dish
washer, nursing or to assist in house work.
Answer piomptl). 1,. D, 727, Fellow street,
SITI'VTION W VNTED-Hy 1 voung gill 11 jeirs
old tn uxsist at light leuiseuoik. Adilre-s
llanna, UO Cameron avenue, Cit)
KxTXTr. HE OI.Oltr.E V. HI VN(IIVIII). late ff
tlie 1 il of "scranton, rcuuit of l.iikavvaiiiu,
6tate nf Pennsjlvanii, deceaed
l.cttei of adminotration on the above nimed
estate having been gianted to Hie undersigned,
all persons hiving clnms or deminds against
the fiine will present them for sculenieiit, and
all those indebted lo eaid estite ale icipirsted
to make pivincni to
Al FA W UHIvMIN', Adminitiitnr.
Or to ,, 1 iniou. Pa.
F K TltVtl, Vttorniv f..r lldati '
Oil Cit.v. Aug M Credit bilinces, 111, certifi
cates, no bid; hipmcnt, ,'.H". average, 10",
701, runs, tci,517; average, SI,5'jI.
Vt Hoston- R II E.
Chicago ninnoinno i 5 .1
Boston 0 0 (1.1 0 0113 - s 1
Hatteries Callahan and Sullivan; Toung and
Crigcr. Impire Cnntlllon.
At Baltimore R. II. E.
Cleveland 0 0 0 II ft 0 0 0 fi 0 ,1 0
Baltimore 0 n ft ft ft 1 0 n l 7 fl
Hatleriea Howling and Wnod; r'nrtmin and
Hresmhan. I mpire Connolly.
At Philadelphia- R. II. E.
Milwaukee ft 1 ft n n 1 ft n n-2 S t
Philadelphia 1 1 0 fl ft 1 2 ft '-ID 10 l
Battetle pirk and Moloney; llrnhard and
Poweis. Umpire Sheridili.
Vt WasliitiBton It II F..
Detroit ft a i n on n ft l-.i n
Washington 1 0 n 0 ft 0 o ft 0 -1 7 .1
Batteries- 1 eager and Sluw; Lte and Clark.
I mpire Haskell.
U Pliilarlelplila- R. II K,
HiKlon ft ft 1 ft ft 0 ft ft ft 1 S 0
IVIiilidclplua ft I lift 1 Oft I -3 0 0
Bitleriet Willi and Klltrldge; Donohue and
McFarUnd. I'mplre tmslic.
At Brookljn- II. II !'..
New nrk oinonnnoni s 2
llrnokl.vn 20nft0020"-t S 2
Hatteriea-T'avlor and Warner; ilughca and Far
roll. I'mplre Dw.ver. .
Other games not scheduled.
Provldtnce, 3; Toronto, I,
Montreal, 7; Worcester, 0.
Buffalo, 2; Brockton, 1,
Rochester, U; Hartford, 2.
3 Insertions 25 Cents
More Thin Pour Lines, 6 Cent lor llach Extr Line,
Certified Public Accountant.
rHWARD C. SPAULDINO, 23 TRADERS BAKU
K'"VARD II. DAVIS. ARCHITECT, CONNELlr
FRFDERICK U RROWV, ARHI. R, REAIa
Estate Exchange nidg., 12fl Washington are.
Civil and Mining Engineers.
II. I.. llARDl.NO, COil CO.NNEI.ti RUIliDINO.
dr. o. k Eii.F.NnntoEH, paUli RUILDINO.
Spruce treet, Scranton.
DR. C. 0. LAUUACII, 115 WTOMINQ AVENUE.
FnANK ,f:-.. nV!.K. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
nooms 12, 14, 10 and IS nurr building.
T. K. TnACT.ATTY.COMMONWEALTlt BtrDol
D" ." MA'iaaiF., ATTORNF.Y-I.OAKS NEOO.
tlated on real estate eecutlty. Mears building,
corner Washington avenue and Spruce ttreet,
WI.I.AHD, WARREN its KNAPP, ATTORNEYS
nil counsellor at-law. Republican building,
JI'SSUP ft JESSI'P, ATTORNEYS AND COUN
jellor at law. Commonwealth building, Itoomj
1, 20 and 21,
EDJl'AJ?D w- TIIAYFR, ATTo"r.NEY.
. "M W. Cth floor, Mears building.
L' ,Ai WATRF.. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, BOARD
"' Trade building, Scranton, Ta.
PATTi:n;0V k WHXTOX, TRADERS' NATIONAL
C COMEOYS, on REPUBUCAN BUILDINfl. "
A. W nFRTHOtF. OFFICE MOVED TO NO
811 Wyoming avenue.
Physicians and Sugeons.
DR W. E. ALLEN, C1J NORTH WASHINGTON
DR, S. W IAMOREAL'X, OFFICE 339 WASH,
ington avenue. Residence, 1318 Mulberry
Chronli) disease, lungs, heart, kidney and
genlto urinary organs a specialty. Hours, 1
to 4 p. m.
Hotels and Resturnnts.
THE ILK CAFE, 121 AND 127 FRANKLIN
avenue. Rate reasonable.
P. ZEIOLER, Proprietor.
ECRANTOV HOUSE, Nf.AR D , U ft W. PAS.
enger depot. Conducted on the European
plan. VICTOR KOCH. Proprietor.
A. D. BRiriOS CLEANS PRIVY VAULTS AND
resa pools; no odor; only Improved pumps used,
A. B. Brlgga, proprietor. Iave orders 11"0
North Main avenue, or Elcke' drug store, cor
ner Adams and Mulberry. Both telephones.
O. R. CLARKE ft CO.. SEEDSMEN AND NtlRS.
crymrn, store 201 Washington avenue; green
bouses, 1050 North Main avenue; atore tele
JOSEPH KUETTEL. BEAR ill I.ACKA. AVE.,
bcranton, Pa , manufacturer of Wire Screens.
DltFSSMVKINa FOR CHILDREN TO ORDER:
also ladles' waists. Louis Shoemaker, 213
Adams avenue. ,
MI'OAROtE BR01 , PRINTERS' SUPPLIES, EN
v elope, paper bags, twine. Warehouse, 1J0
Washington avenue, Scranton. Pa.
THE WH.KFSRs.RHK RECORD CAN BE HAD
in Fcianton at the new stands of Jteitman
Bros, 400 Spruce and 503 Linden: M. Norton,
22 Lackawanna avenue; 1. S. Schutzer, 211
IN RE: ISTITF. OF FI.l.ABKTH THOMAS,
lb-leased, lutein tcstamentaiy having been
gianted the undriii,neil, all thoee having claimt
against ald entile will pleir present them,
and all thoi-e Indebted tn said estati will please
maku imiiudiali- payment tn
W II.LI.WI K. HARRIS,
1.Z1IV II (OSNLLL, Executor.
.NO IK I'. Is IIFItl 111 (ilVI.V that an application
will In nude in the (iuvrinor ol Pennsjl
vanii. on Moudav, tlie aecnnd day of September,
pcil, 'j I harles P .11. Macaulay, John J. Lao
ilei. Iia OVIalle), t. II Walker and R Lotii
IJrambs, under tlie a. t of assembly entitled, "An
act to provide foi the Incoipnratlon and regu
lation nt certain emporiums," approved Arnl
S'l, 1S74, and the nippleinenM theietn, or th
i barter of an Intended corporation to be known
as "The International Conespondenee Schools,"
the character and object nf which Is the trans
action of the business of teaching by correspond
ence, onil for that purpose m have, pnweu and
enjoy nil thej light, trenefll and privileges of
the 'rxalil act ol tUsrcmbiy and the supplementj
thereto. WALKI It ft HILL.
iOITCK l- III.RLllY r.IVEN THVT THE
undersigned nt mae Tafton, Pike Countv,
rentuylvinla on thn JMh day of December, lsO),
seized In the possession of one Frank Minley,
one copper mil, neck and woim The aid
Hill was act up in a dwelling linue, and wn
elred lor violation of fcectiom 3.'3, 32oJ and
32oii Revised Statute
Vny person claiming the urn is herehv
nitltieil to appear hefoie the undersigned Collec
tor nf Internal Revenue, nt his office in the Fed
ml Building at Scianlnn, Pa., on or befoio
Hie ninth day of r-eplcmhcr 1101, anl thea
anil theie mike sin h elalm and In nthet respect
eomply with seiimn IPS) 11 It of the United
state, or in defiuli thereof, the ani Mill, neck
and worm, will nfier duo public notice, be
told at public auction.
t. y rEN'vtA,
Collerlnr Interml Revenue. 12th district, P.
Scranton, Pa , Vugiist 0, .v.
V S S, S X XS
OLDEST! WALL STREET
SAFEST! Money Will Cam lllg .Monthly
DtSl, TheInvestor'sFunlPsySeml monthlj".
The oldest established in Amrrici No certifieate
holder has ever lest cent PaTrients mde to
all subscrilers every IS das No trouble No
delaj Mmey refunded on demand Write to-
da lor r articular, free to sny sddres
C. E. Jlackey 4 fa, Hudson Bld'g . New Yor!;. ,
Spencer Trask & Co
27 & 29 Pine St. New York
Transact a genervl banking business;
act as Fiseal Agents for eerporvtlen.
and negotiate r-eci,rit tvue of rail
roads and other companies l'.xeout
commuelon oideia and deal in
Memher New York Stock- Exchinge.
BrancfiOfllce 65 State St. Albany