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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1902.
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BUSY DAY FOR
MIDSUfitMEIl SESSION OF
Baft of Orders Made Affecting Dead
Mon's Estates Arguments Heard
on a Motion to Remove an Admin
istrator Appointed by the Register
of Wills Becelvery Appointed for
the Emery Slatoplcker Company.
Scranton Gas and Water Company
Against City of Scranton.
Yesterday was midsummer day, In
orphans' court. It was the first mid
summer session of the now court, and
Uio accumulated business Judge Vos
jurR was culled upon to dispose of was
a conclusive argument. If such was
needed, of the necessity of an orphans'
The most extended hearing took
place In the matter of the removal of
rtobert P. Koehler, administrator of the
estate of Frederick Simmons, deceased.
Various of the parties In Interest re
nounced their right to seek letters of
administration, and 'the register of
will rippolnted Mr. Koehler. This was
aot satisfactory to certain of the heirs,
represented by Attorney D. J. Reedy,
and he applied to Valentine Rosar ap
pointed. The question at Issue Is
whether or not the register can exer
cise his own discretion In selecting an
administrator In a case of this kind.
Attorney O. Comegys appeared for the
register of wills.
Judge Vosburg also heard the audit
in the estate of Isaac Everltt, deceased.
W. A. Wilcox appeared for the trustee,
and James L. Morris, of Wllkes-Barre,
for a claimant. The balance shown for
distribution by the account Is $4,0S8.G4,
from which an allowance was asked for.
Certain expenses and claims against
the estate wore also presented. Judge
Vosburg reserved his decision.
In the estate of Mary McCawley et
nl., minors, a citation upon Maria Rob
erts, guardian, to show cause why
William Maxwell should not be re
leased as surety was returnable and
testimony was taken. A. J. Colburn,
jr., appeared for the petitioner. The
guardian was reciulred to furnish new
surety within ten days, and upon the
furnishing of the same the old surety
will be released from further reliabil
ity. In the, estate of Andrew Merrill the
contestant, who is contesting the will
of the decedent, Daniel Merrill, by his
attorney, W. H. Jessup, presented a
petition setting forth that the will had
been procured by undue Influence ex
ited by Anna Merrill, and leave was
isked to amend the caveat and other
pleadings so as to set forth this addi
tional ground. The contest is now
pending In which the allegations are
made that the testator was of unsound
mind at the time the will was executed.
Judge Vo.sburg took the application
under advisement and handed down an
order, fixing September S, at 10 o'clock
a. m for the hearing of testimony upon
the petition for an appeal on the pro
bate of the will.
In the estate of Richard Knight the
return of sale- of the trustee is ap
proved, and if no exceptions are filed
within ten days they will stand con
The following cases weropassed upon
md orders handed down:
ORDERS HANDED DOM'S.
Estate of Irene D. J-nke, minor; George
Aco was appointed guardian.
IMute of Anna K. Rockwell nnd Marian
Rockwell; decree for making return con
tinued to Scut. 13.-
Estate of Emanuel Jones; rule for dis
charge of administrator continued to
Estate ot Henry S. Dawson: rule on
administrator to file an uccount within
one week, granted.
Estate of Andrew A. Watts, deceased;
rule to show cause why Margaretta
Watts, administratrix, should not be dis
charged, granted and made returnable
In estate of Norah Bello Slsson et al.,
minora; petition for privato sale of real
Estate of Mabel S. Knight, discharge
of guardian granted.
Estate of Josiah II. nought, deceased;
return of real estate -confirmed finally.
Estate of Georgo Bcnore, deceased; "peti
tion to pay over money Jo guardian
Final account of Benjamin Dlmmock,
testamentary guardian of Dorothy Dlm
mock confirmed finally and guardian dis
charged. Estato of Frederick Marker, deceased;
return of salo of real estate confirmed
Estato of Elizabeth Williams, deceased;
rule for discharge of executor, grunted.
Estato of Patrick F. Cusick, minor;
petition for discharge of guardian filed
and decree mado accordingly.
Estnto of Elizabeth Youngs nnd Belle
Blsson nnd niioda Youngs; John J. Man
ning appointed guardian.
Estates of Ella J. Erwln, Mary Erwin
nnd Edmond a. Erwln, minor children of
Mark J. Erwln; Thomas H. Walsh ap
In thn estate of Michael nejdit; Mich
ael Xadzobicz was appointed guardian.
In the estato of Amos Sax, deceased;
return of real estate confirmed nisi.
Estate of A, B. Reddlngton, deceased;
widow's appraisement confirmed nisi,
Estate of Annlo Lally; V. J, Lally, ad
Estato of Elizabeth Zlcglcr, deceased;
order for salo ot real estate, granted.
Estato of Cella Metshclzer; return of
Bale of real estnto confirmed,
Estate of William Clrlfllths, deceased;
discharge of executors, granted,
EMato of George Teague, deceased;
Richard Nichols and E. J, Davis, execu
Estate of Elizabeth Davenport, minor;
ments In the case in which the Scran
ton Clas and Water company seeks to
enjoin the city from Interfering with
a water main on Stone avenue. The
city Is building a sewer there and has
encountered a water main which Is on
tho proposed line of the Bewer. Di
rector Roche, advised by Solicitor Wat
son, holds to the contention that the
company must remove the main at Its
own expense, President Scranton, of
tho Gas and Water company, holds to
a different view. When tho city threat
ened to remove tho main tho company
went Into court and secured an Injunc
tion to prevent It,
Ex-Judge Willard and I. H, Burns
nppeared for tho company, and Mr.
Watson for the city. Judge Kelly sug
gested that the company move the
main and thnt the liability for tho cost
thereof bo determined by future pro
ceedings. Tho city's representatives
were agreeable to this, but tho com
pany's attorneys were not, and accord
ingly tho case will be proceeded with.
Testimony will be taken Wednesday
Receiver Is Appointed.
A. L. Spencer brought suit some
months ago against F. H, Emery and
T. R, Hughes, to secure tin accounting
and dissolution of the partnership ex
isting among them under tho name of
tho Emery Slatoplcker company, alleg
ing that ho had not been fairly dealt
with by his partners.
Judge Edwards yesterday
tho petition and appointed C.
Floyd Jf. Reed ; Bald Mount
Alice McConnell Scranton
William B. Morgan Scranton
Annie Harris Scranton
Frank Dzlak Scranton
Anulu Nytko Scranton
Ralph Decker Scranton
Jennie Coolbaugh Scranton
Bronlslaw Soloslcy Scranton
Pcopila Kakowska Scranton
Michael J. Walsh Scranton
Mary C. Flanagan Scranton
Ernest Bovnrd Dunmorc
Mtnnlo B. Phillips Wlnwood
Thomas J. Evans Throop
Hermeana Movesta Jcrmyn
John Bcchtold Scranton
Milllson WInebrako Scranton
Pasnula Nappl Scranton
Guseppe Strlona Scranton
Wall Street Review.
New York, Aug. 4. There was no strong
Inilucnco at worn in today's Block market
and tho rale of uctlvity fell away to
about tho dullest ot tho year. Tho con
sideration of thu future of the local
money market was a moro crfcctlvo con
sideration. Tho day's developments seem
to bIiow that tho outward movement of
gold Is over for the present owing prob
ably to tho success attending tho French
lento conversion plan. Discounts In Palls
today fell to near -' per cent, and an nd
vanco in thu sterling into there Indicated
renewed remittances tu London to bo
placed In tho loan mantet there. Asldo
from this general repressive Influence
only n few stocks were affected by hull
vldual causes, The Iron and steel group
had somo ndvuutngo from tho brilliant
trado prospects, tho strong semi-annual
report of tho Republic Steel company,
rumors ot coming developments concern
ing tho Pressed Steel Car company and
Inspired Intimations of large earnings for
July by the United States Steel corpor
ation. The government's official esti
mates of the first cotton condition have
some effect on cotton carrying railroads
and an attempt wns made to advance tho
Coalcis on the idea that coal mining may
bj resumed soon. But the effect was only
temporary. Profit taking by the room
traders who had been the only buyers
caused prices lo retrace their course. One
or two stiffened up at last notnbly Texas
and Pacific hut the closlnir was dull and
Irregular. Total sales for tho day, .T 10,500
shares. There was a violent Hue and a
feverish icactlon In the Central of
Georgia Income bonds. Otherwise there
was no feature In the bond market. To
tal sales, par value, 51,112.000. United
Stntes bonds were unchanged on Inst call.
iJ2ilil9ihvijltcllfl!);l ' pU -H U !i U
The following quotations nro furnished
The Tribune by Knight & Frocso Co., 314
Slu Mears Building. W. D. Runyon, man-ngcr.
Open. High, Low.cioso.
jmai. copper ui in?
Am. C. & F :,2't 32i
American Ico 10J.1 11
Am. Ice, Pr .'iil',4 37
Amor. Locomotive .. 32 32V4
Am. T.oco., Pr 0.! 31
Am. S. & R. Co 4S 48
American Sugar ....1311$ 132 131", 13116
10.VA IOjia MM16
Anaconda Copper ,.10,'iU
Atchison 91 02'i
Atchison, Pr 101 102
Bait. & Ohio 100
Brook. R. T G!)i
Canadian Pacific ....13."v4
COURT HOUSE NEWS NOTES.
Tho case of Guernsey against Guern
sey was yesterday continued until Thurs
day. O'Brien & Martin yesterday filed a
trespass suit for Margaret Gerrity
against the city of Scranton.
In the estate of Anna I.. Council, do
ceased, letters of administration wcro
yesterday granted to William Conncll.
J ml go II. M. McCIurc, of liswlsburg,
yesterday sent to Prothonolary John
Copeland, notice of the lefusul of a now
rial In the case of John E. Walsh, ot
al. against-the city of Scranton.
Clarence Dowllug. one of the boys ar
rested for stealing In the board of trade
building, was released yesterday on $1,000
ball, furnished before Judgo Newcomb by
Colonel Georgo M. Ilnllstcad. lie was tho
last of the quintette to give bail.
An appeal was taken yesterday by tho
plaintiff In the case ot Mnrtin J. O'Mnl
lcy, of Old Forgo, against the Scranton
Railway company. Arbitrators awarded
the plaintiff $1 for damage alleged to liavo
been done his property by grading operations.
POLICE COURT CASES.
William and Stuart Cuttler, who were
arrested on Sunday for disorderly con
duct, wcro each fined $3 In police court
John Grlflith, who was found drunk
nnd asleep on tho Delaware and Hudson
railroad, was committed for three months
on tho charge of vagrancy in default of a
fine ot $10.
Thomas Morton ,nnd Miles Morgan,
plain drunks, were each fined $3 in pollco
court yesterday morning.
DISPOSITION OP FUNDS.
Ches. & Ohio r.'ITi
Chicago & Alton .... 424
Chic. & G. W 31
C, M. & St. P 18S
C. R. I. & P 100
Col. Fuel & Iron.... 90
Col. & Southern :r.'js
D., L. & W 279
Den. & R. G. Pr ... !Wi
Erie. 1st Pr GS44
j'ne. zu rr iuvb nra
Hocking Valley .... 9.114 91
Illinois Central lfi.1 16(1 liil 1114
inn. city te soutli.. isiiVs ! 3H
l.ouis. & Nash 114 14:.'i 141
Manhattan I3?i V.KV 1X14
.Met. at. uy ..o ir0!a 149
Aicxican central ... x;
Mn. IC. & Tex 30
Mo., rc. & T Pr .... 02
Mo. Pacific US
N. Y. Central liny,
118 110 117
161 1IW1 1H!?4
0.1 61 61
34 31 31
40' i :.n4 39
160 i:,o i;,9
Norfolk & West
Jnt. fc West
Penna. R. R
People's Gas 102 la!
Pressed Steel Car.... 4S I8i
Reading 67 OS
Reading, 1st Pr .... Rl 87"!
Reading, 2d Pr
Republic Steel 20 20!'.
Republic Steel. Pr ..77 77
St. Ij. & San V 79 80V
Southern Pacific .... SW OS";
Southern R. R 39' 39V
Southern R. R.. Pr.. 97',i 97'
Tenn. Coal ft Iron.. 6S 69'
Texas Pacific 41 J6
T'nion Pacific 107 1072
Union Pacific, Pr .... 91 92
U. S. Leather 1 l:s
U. S. Leather, Pr ... R.1K. r-,i
1". S. Steel soi 10'
U. S. Steel. Tr 89 90
Wabash 30 30J;
Wabash. Pr 161J -if.'t
Western Union 87 90 '
Wheel. & Xj. E 25 21V
Wis. Central :7 2S
Total sales. 3!3,r,O0 shares.
money, :n to J per cent.
CHICAGO GRAIN & PROVISION.
WHEAT. Open. High. Low. Close.
Who Pays tho PlperP
Judgo Kelly, yesterday, heard argu-
How the School Board Will Spend
Newly Acquired Money.
As already stated In The Tribune, the
board of control has passed resolutions
providing for the expenditure of a largo
portion of the $105,000, udvanced by
Newburger Bros. & Henderson on tho
school district bonds. The loans made
by city banks were paid back, and the
$10,000 balance on the Home for the
Friendless property was also ordered
The remainder of the sum will bo
practically untouched for a few months,
after which It will bo drawn upon to
pay for the construction of tho school
buildings now In course ot erection
throughout the cltv.
Those are eight In number. There
are No. 20 school and No. 22. in tho
Third ward: No. 40, in tho Second
ward; No. 29, in Bellevue; No, S and
No. 11, In South Scranton; the addition
to No. 33 school, in the Ninth ward, and
No. 39 school, In North Scranton, which
was recently Inspected by the board.
A small additional school for primary
children is also being considered, In
Petersburg. Work on No. S, No, 11 and
the No. 33 addition was only recently
started, but all the other structures ure
D., Jj. & W. BOAHD FOB TODAY.
Following Is tho make-up of the
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
board for today:
TUESDAY, AUGUST 5. ,
Summits West-G a. m., Currigg, with
Pushers 7 a. m Wldner; 8 a, m.,
Housor; 11.43 a. m., Mnrun; 7,30 p. m,,
Aiurpny; p. m W. II. Bartholomew.
Helpers 1.30 a. m Magovorn; 7 a. m.,
Gnffney; 10 a. m., Sccor; 3.15 p, m., Stun
ton. Funeral of James R. Burnett.
Tho funeral of tho lata James It. Bur
nett will tako place from tho homo, 1103
Rlchmont avenue, Wednesday forenoon,
At 9.30 o'clock n solemn requiem mass
will bo commenced In St. Paul's church,
Green Rldgc. Ho will bo luld at rest in
tho Cathedral cemetery.
September 29 29 2Si 2f,vl
December 2S 2S 27'i "7
PORK. A k
September 16.S0 16.S0 16.67 16.72
September 10.S.1 10.P5 10.S0 10.S2
NEW YORK COTTON MARKET.
Open. High. Low. CIos.
August S.2.'i 8.2.7 S.1I S.ir,
September 7.SS 7.89 7.76 7.79
October 7.7S 7.7S 7.66 7.iK
December 7.73 7.7J 7.G0 7.57
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Quotations All Quotations Based
on Par of 100.
Lackawanna Dairy Co., Pr.... 60
County Snv. Rank & Trust Co Suo
Plrst Nat. Bank (Carbondale). ... GOO
Third Uutlonnl Rank ."JJ
DJmo Dep. & Dis. Rank 200
Economy L., II. & P. Co .jtj
First National Bank i;;oo
Lack, Trust & Sato Dep. Co . 193
Clark & Snovor Co.. Pr i:v,
Scranton Savings Bank mo ...
Traders' National Bank 221 ...
Scranton Bolt & Nut Co 123
People's Bank 133
Scranton Packing Co zS
Scranton Passengor Railway,
Itrst mortgage, duo 1920 113
People's Street Railway, first
mortgugo, duo 101S 113 ,,,
Peoplo's Street Railway, Gen
eral mortgage, duo 1921 115
Scranton True. Co., 6 per cent. 113
Kconomy L II, & P. Co 97
N. Jersey & Pocono Ico Co 97
Consolidated Water Supply Co ... 103
New York Grain and Produce Market
Now York, Aug. 4. Flour Dull, Wheat
Steady; No. 2 red, 76c. elevator; No. 2
red, 77ii779ii. f, o. b. ulloat: No. 1 northern
Duluth, KlJlo. f. o. b, afloat; options
opened sluulo easier but at onco rallied,
letter prices broko again ruling weak
through tho last hour and closed CuiiVt1.
not lower. May closed Tiittc: September.
1 Hie.: December, 7l!c. Corn Spot easy;
No. 2, G6c. elevator and 70c. f. o. b. ulloat;
options shot up c, after tho opening, but
inoi ueavy selling oruors tnat eventually
broko prices sharply and closed thu mar-
kot WPIlk at Uu3ip. net ilrwllnn. Mhv
closed 4.1c; September, ClTsc; December,
4'Hie. Oats-Spot market Irregular; No, 2,
61c; No. a, 0.1c; No. :i white, 70c; No. 2
white, 69c; track mixed western, lilc;
track white western, iri70c; track whlto
state, CiuTOc,; option market was firm at
first with corn, then weakened under
liquidation, ButterrSteitdy; cicamory, 17
ii20',Ac; do, factory, 1Hii1u&o,; renovated,
lOalSo,; Imitation creamery, liy.unv-c,;
state dairy, 17a20c, Cheese Irregular;
now slute full cream, small colored, 914c;
small white, Oftc: largo colored, 9Jc;
largo white, O'Jlc Kggs-FIrm: 3tato and
Pennsylvania. 20y.,a2lc,: western candled,
18u20c; western uncandlod, 15alSc.
Chicago Grain Market.
Chicago, Aug. 4. Manipulation and.
fears of September shorts la ull grains
Influenced an early llrmness In grain 10
day out of all proportion to tho natural
tre-.vl that follows such u prolific season,
Support, however, what was necessary
to tho schemes of tho bulls wns with
drawn and prices tumbled sharply, As a
result September whout closed ftuTic
down; Soptomber corn ,Sc lower, and
September oats, a94c. lower, Provisions
closed lOallia. lower. Cash quotations
wore as follows. Flour Kasv; No, 2
spring wheat, 74c; No, 3, 72J4a73c, No, s
red, 71'4a71c; No. 2 corn, : No. 2 yol
low, 02c: No. 2 oats, SOmlc; No. 2 whlto,
40a55c; No. 2 rye, ; good feeding bar-'
ley. ! fair to choice malting. ; No. 1
flax seed, $1.49; No. 1 northwestern, 11.5.1:
prime timothy Eeed. 3.33; mess pork. J1G.03
nl7.70; laid, per 100 pounds. J10.70al0.72Va;
short ribs, J10.30al0.49; shoulders, 9Ua9Uc.i
short clear sides, lUiullftc. '
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Chicago, Aug. 4. Cattle Receipts, 18,
000, including 500 Toxans, 2,000 western;
choice steady; others slow; good to prima
steers, JSaS.83; poor lo medium, $l,73a7.70:
stockcra and feeders. J2.50a5.23; cows. J1.50
a5.73; heifers. J2.59aa.60; canncrs. Jl.OOa'.'.OO.
Hulls, t2.50a5.S5; calves. J2.50u6.50; Texas
steers, J3.20a0.50j western steers,, J5atf.50.
STORE CLOSES AT S P, M. TODAY
t i 111 1 1 1 iHiirTnii -f
ighh .Annual Trade vent.
Your Choice of
Cash or Credit
applies to all Special
Furniture Sale Bar
gains this year as
well as to regular
Tho Mattings Included In this Clearance are hleh
grade, even at the prices for which they originally sold,
The salo figures represents a sacrifice extraordinary:
Among the lot are Mattings worth a8c, 29c, 30c nnd
35c While they last, during the August Salo, you may
regardless of quality,
Take Your 1n Per
Choice at OW Yard
lfPi"JK " . ri
Opening o! the fUigtosf
FdrniKire Trade Sale
CrovJned faith Success
During the eight years we have
marked with August Trade Sales, a
more satisfactory opening day than
yesterday has never been enjoyed.
Attendance.flatterlng; receipts, heavy,
but above all the congratulations and
pleased expressions of both buyers and
visitors was the most gratifying feat
ure to us. To be financially success
ful is always desirable, but to receive
the heart-to-heart confidences of your
patrons Is the crowning glory of mod
This store caters to both the
masses and the classes. The Econ
omy is the store of the people, and as
our special sale offerings of today il
lustrate, while prices are maintained
at the lowest ebb, high quality is the
predominating feature of our efforts to
make home improving easy for all.
Artistically carved frame,
Golden Oak finished has llvo
drawers and curbnard with
brass trimmings. Tho French
bevel mirror tops off a
piece of exceeding ele
gance, worth every penny of
$1.1. The August salo d 1 1 TU
figure cuts this price .1)1 I.JS
deeply '" '
rfJefis' "'isia tell
i K& sm AwvS?6a
They are mado In Antique
Oak, 5 foot, 9 Inches high and 30
Indies wide. The swell glass
front Is formed by the two
doors cf scml-elrclo shape. Most
excellent productions from ev
ery standpoint. If wc wcro not
closing out the line the original
figure would prevail.
A Noteworthy ,
Thcso rockers are called "Or
phans," because they have been
left over from bedroom suits, of
which they once formed a part.
Bomo are like tho above cut,
others are much superior, fin
ished in mahogany or light oak
nnd cane seated. Are Ideal
sowing chairs. Values range'
from JI.50 to $2.50. August
salo arrangement: di rA
Tako your choice J) I .S)U
3 Pieces, as Illustrated.
$25.00 would bo considered a low valua
tion, by the best judge of fur- d'-i Ci tr
niture who over lived. Tho ,1V.V3
August salo prico is only.... ''-'
This climax to nrkBedroom Suit offer
ings is finished throughout in golden oak.
Tho dresser Is of the latest design, has
four drawers and French hovel shaped
mirror. Tho dresser nlono is almost
worth tho prico of tho 3 pieces.
llpi fnJWnirTl Ann
eon holes, sliding shelves, check book, rack,
etc. A 522.50 desk. During ,-
August Sale for 17.95
Office Chair Arm, revolving, screw
spring saddle shaped wood seat, golden
oak finished. Regular value $5.00. Aug
ust Sale Price
Is a department of furnish
ing that finds us iully equip
ped. We can save you a
dollar or two, too, on almost
anything you want. For
Roll Top Desk Gold
en oak polished finish.double
pedestal, as Illustrated. Full
equipment of drawers, pig-
IT YXTCU-fc I
Set, worth $3.75,
Tho undorglazcd decorations
on this tine American Porcelain
Sot are of a character seldom
seen on sets costing lesu than
KV '5 &taH
Tho Saddlo Seat Rocker hero
shown Is but one of many stylos
in samo quality. The beautiful
quartered oak flakes that show
in tho grain of tho wood is an
exceedingly nttractivo feature,
as is tho panelled back. Tho
actual values arc JU.23. Tho
August salo cholco CI Qs
prico is 4I.yj
Extra rigid construction, adjusta
ble head rest Folds compactly. The
woven wire mesh is specially strong.
$1.95 Is the regular price. The Aug
ust Sale terms are .
This is the acknowledged homo of
excelling values In Carpets. When
wo cut a price, the reductions nro
pronounced, and wo have never be
fore marked prices down to tho ex
tent practiced In this August Salo.
Qunlitlcs we guarantee. Tho
Economy's buyer shuns all but
Rng Carpet, worth 4r,c
August Salo price, per yd.
Iron Clad Ingrains This stand
ard grade has never commanded
loss bun ITic. Price per yd. 3 "3r
during August Salo 00
Tapestry Brussels Many pleas
ing effects in a quality worth ,i
more than the August Salo AQr
figure, per yard u'
Velvet Carpet In n variety of
elegant patterns suitable for hall,
stairs or room. The prico has been
tilmmed during tho August yQn
Sale from $1.10 tho yard to... 'v"
On purchases of $5.00 or
over, to points within 200 miles
of Scranton, including the Ster
ling Specials mentioned In this
Goods marked in
Mail Orders demand
our special attention.
Free illustrated cat
alogues to out of town
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STOCKS.BONDS nnd INVESTMENTS
FOR INVESTMENT OR ON MARGIN
Hogsr-Recclpts today, 23.000: tomorrow,
13,000; left over, U.OUtl; steady; cIohciI slow;
mixed und butcherti. J7u7.75; good to
choice heavy. J7.E0a7.85; rouxiui htuyy. $7u
7.40; llRht. 0.a7.SO; bulk ot sales, 7.oa
7. DO. Blieei Receipts, ::',000; slice;) mid
lumbs. lower; eood to choice wethers, U.OO
uf; fair to cholco mixed, .'.GOu3.i;o: natlvo
lambs, 3C0u(; western lambs, f5.75.
Pays 3 interest on
savings accounts whether
large or small.
Open Saturday evenings
from 7,30 to 8.30.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
311 Spruce St. Scranton, Pa
All Acuto nnd Chronic Diseases of Hon,
Women and Children. NERVOUS.
CHRONIC. RRAIN. 1'KMAl.K nnd
WASTING niSHASKS A SPECIALTY,
Consultation and examination free. Of
lieu hours, dally and Sunday, S a. m. to
9 p. m.
TRIBUNE WANT (ADS.
BRING QUICH RETURNS
iff i .5. .J. .j. 4 J J J 4"i $ .J" a
. PILSNER !
Old Iltone, aa3i.
New 'Plionc, '293,9,