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THE SOBASTTON TRIBUNE-WED NEM DAY MORNIJNG. ,UNE 20. 1897.
THIS SI'KCIAIi SAM: OV FINE WJHTK
CRYSTALS HAS NKVKH 11KKN AP
l'UOACIIKD IN THI'l 1I1BT0UY OK TIIK
EXTRA WHITE AND
YERY BRILLIANT STONES
PRICES ON ORDINARY OOMMKRCIAT,
HTONKS. (A1.I. AND LOOK T1IKM OVER.
THEY W'lM, SUHEI.Y HURl'RlSK THE
317 Lackawanna Ave,
On Monday 3,392 quarts of strawber
ries worn picked off the truck farm of
J. T.. Wlnout.'.if 1'lainsville.
The lnlH.iun-e locomotives built by
the lr.te Daniel Coxe of Drlfton, have
been presented to Lehigh university,
where they will bo preserved as models
lor the students.
Tho Wyoming; Hlstorlral ond Geologi
cal society will hnvo a meeting1 to
morrow evon'.ns at 8.0O o'clock to com
nieinornte the discovery of tho Ameri
can continent by John Cabot.
Hal Pointer, 2:0-1. arrived nt West
Side park, "Wllkes-Bairo. Minday. Ho
is In excellent condition und will be
nein In tlu Vaces to-morrow afternoon.
He is Hxriected to beat the track rec
ords of thi1 state.
S. O. "Wilcox, who lives at East To
wanda and has a half acre strawberry
patch near the fair grounds, has al
ready picked forty bushels of the fruit,
and thinks he is only about half
through the harvest.
Mrs. Georffe V. Clark, who with her
husband and family occupies the Clark
homestead farm at Tlalnsvllle, which
wus iirst occupied by John Clark, the
creat grandfather of tleorgre, in 179-',
last week found a copper coin In the
garden, bearing the date 17SJ. It Is
well preset vcd.
The Wllkei-Unrre & Northern rail
road will .von have its trains running
to Harvey Lake. In the meantime
the Improvements In beautifying the
picnic grounds about tho h'otel are
going on. During the coming winter
the present Lake Grove House will be
torn down arid the railroad will erect a
Judge Bennett at Wllkes-Barre yes
terday handed down an opinion in tho
case of A. L. Spencer and Thomas Au
brey, who were recently convicted of
conpiring to defraud George W. Koons
& Co. of Audenrted of $10,000, denying
the motion for a new tilal. The case
will probably be carried to the superior
The will of the late Maria Waddell
of West Pltfdon gives all her estate
In equal shares to her two sisters, Ja
net and Margaret Waddell, and they
are named as executors. A codicil
gives the sum of .$5,000 withoiit Inter
est to each of her nieces. Janet Wad
dell Bryden and Louise Bryden, and
her nephew, Thomas Waddel Gangloff,
when they attain the age of 21
The committee of the Parsons eis
teddfod to be held In that place on La
bor Day, In .September, is meeting with
success. John W. Morgan of New
York, one of tho best known Cambro
Amerlcans, in tho United States, has
consented to preside at the evening ses
sion, and Mayor F. M. Nichols of
Willies- Barre, will preside at the after
Two young men from Newark, C.
Klmer Willis and Clarence Trelease
wheeled through Wllkes-Barro a day
or two ago. They have undertaken 11
tilp across the continent from New
Y01 k to San Francisco on their wheels
and are stopping at the principal cities
v on a direct line for a day or two. They
are to arrive In Sa.n Francisco on a
wager by Nov 1.
The Avnca sub-district Epworth
League convention wil take place In
tho YaU-svlllc M. E. church' on Tlurrs
da. The Avoca sub-district comprises
the following chapters: Avoca Eaton,
J.ackawanr.tt, Old Forge, Plttston,
(Christian Endeavor), Rendham, Tunk
liannock. Taylor (Christian Endeavor),
West Plttston, Yatesvllle, The officers
are: President, Itev. James Jones;
secretary. Mrs. T. M. Furey.
Burglars paid a visit to Tobyhanna
earl on rltiwlay morning, ransacking
three places and attempted to enter a
fourth. They escaped without detec
tion. Th'e places entered were the bar
ker shop of Samuel Phillips; the houso
of tho D., L. & W. station agent, D. C.
Yothers, also the house of Peter Mur
ray, and the attempt of H. F. Krauter.
but the men must have been frightened
oif before becuring -any plunder. The
robberies took place all within sight of
three night watchmen, none of which
heard noises or taw any suspicious
John II. Connolly, of Starucca,
Wayne county, was the guest of rela
tives here on Sunday and Monday.
John was formerly Erie station agent
nt Forest City, and Is now engaged
in the mercantile business.
Constables William Morgan and
Thomas Maxey, of Clifford, were in
Forest City Monday,
A barn belonging to Nicholas Dlno,
of Vandllng, was discovered to be on
fire shortly after 2 o'clock yesterday
morning. It was totally consumed,
Hillside. Fire company, of this place,
went part way to Vandllng but turned
buck when they found nothing could
bo done. Enterprise hose was also out,
lut went only a short distance
Children's day exercises will bo held
In the Baptist church on Sunday next.
The Presbyterians were to have ob
GREAT WALL PAPER SALE.
"Wo aro going out of the Wall Paper business and our stock raus
bo closojl out at.onco, as wo want tho room for other goods.
Twenty-flvc Thousand Rolls to be closed out nt the fol
10c Wall Paper 5c25c Wall
15c " " 8c 35c "
20c " 10c 50c "
1 11 1 1 1 !
served the day last Sunday, but post
ponement was necessary and they also
will present a programme Sunday, June
Wednesday next a Sunday sohool In
stitute for the necond district of Sus
quehanna county will be held at tho
Presbyterian chuich at Ararat. At the
afternoon session Miss Flo Shapley, of
this place, will discuss "Missions In
Sunday School," and BeV. O. B. Stone,
0 the Forest City Methodist church,
will speak on the subject "When to
Study the Sunday School Lesson."
A council committee Is studying the
sewerage question and figuring on the
probablo cost of a system for tho bor
ough. The borough council will meet to
morrow night to make whatever exon
erations In the tax duplicate they may
A map of Forest City borough Is to
he framed and hung In the council
A regular session of Enterprise Hoso
company will be held Friday evening.
A hotelkeeper In this place Is also the
1 roprletor of an undertaking establish
ment. A Prohibitionist could consider
this a very suggestive fact.
The Young Men's Christian associa
tion will celebrate on July 4 and are
busy making preparations. There will
b fireworks, parades, races and good
things galoro both for tho eyo and
Monday evening the school board met
and considered the bids received for
celling tho school building. Following
were the bids handed In: W. H. Hlg
glns, $875; E, A, Bloxham, $S50; Henry
Box, $379.73; T. L. Horton, $522.02; F.
Burdlck, $502; W. W Woodman, $493;
O'Neill & Madlgan, $475; T. B. Davis
& Co., $300. The contract was award
ed to the latter firm and they entered
into a bond In the sum of $500 to do
the work In a satisfactory manner and
to have It completed by Aug. 1, 1897.
Thomas Jones, who resides with his
parents on Main street, received very
painful Injuries while at work In the
Delaware and Hudson mines at Van
dllng, yesterday about noon. There
was a fall of rock and the young man's
shoulder was grazed by the edge of It,
causing a slight nbraslon, but no sc
vere Injury. Apparently he was pushed
away from the main part of the mass,
which fell on his left foot and the
bones were almost severed from It. He
was brought In the ambulance to his
home In this borough and Dr. C. B.
Knapp and Dr. Grander amputated the
four smaller toes and the great toe
at the tlrst joint. Jones' head was also
slightly cut and his face scratched,
presumably by striking tho coal when
A Oarbondalo young couple on their
weddinT tuur pusstd through heie In a
barouchs yesterday afternoon, and by
all appearance weie having the best
kind of a time. They also attracted
considerable attention, not by any pe
culiarity In looks or dress, but by the
fact that from the rear axle of their
vehicle dangled from a string a baby's
shoe, placed there, no doubt, by some
Joke-Iovlng friend, to whom it gave
great satisfaction to think of their sub
sequent embarrassment. But thus far
the young people were totally oblivious
of everything save their own happiness
and rode on in ecstatic bliss, while tho
passers by seemed to enjoy themselves
hugely as they gazed at the small
piece of footwear.
James Schooley Is building a $2,000
cottage at Harvey's Lake.
John Llnrri has purchased an An
thracite wheel lor his daughter, Myr
tle. W. J. Davis, wife and family, spent
Sunday with relatives In Scranton.
The people ot the town are wonder
ing when they will see Seventh street
fllnlshed In the grading that has been
The Wyoming ball team crossed bats
with the Luzerne Stars on Saturday
on tho grounds of the former. The
game resulted In a tie, the score being
14 to 14.
Misses Louise Oats and Jessie San
ders, and Mrs. Charles Touneud and
O. C. Myers will be the delegates from
this town at the Epworth League con
vention to be held In Toronto next
The "Black Kit" made Its appear
ance for the second time In the light
of day the latter part of last week. It
was lead with very much pleasure by
all. The article entitled. "Names,"
was especially Interesting. This paper
may, In time, be made a much larger
one than it Is at present, Harry D.
Laycock, ths editor and publisher, Is
a journalist ot some year.r of experi
ence. Child: en's Day was observed in the
Baptist church on Sunday morning.
The pulpit ot the church was prettily
decorated with lauiels, roses and ferns.
There was a large audience present,
which listened with much Interest to
the rendition of the programme by the
children. In the evening the pastor
preached a setmon on "Training the
Youth." A choir, composed of chil
dren, sang a selection at the close of
The ladles of the Baptist churcb will
hold an Ice cream and strawberry fes
tival In the church tonight (Wednes
day). The King's Daughters of tho Pres
byterian church will hold a lawn so
cial at the homo of Mrs. Catherine
Jenkins, of Wyoming avenue. Cake
and ice cream will be sold.
Frank Nubs has presented his wife
with u wheel.
Professor W, H. Husch and wife
were out of town the first of this week
for a few days.
Some month3 ago Messrs. John and
Alexander Oats left here and went to
South Africa to work In the gold mines."
Word has been received that they will
return home soon.
William Wilson, who has been living
In the west for over a' year, returned
to his home at Mount Zlon last week.
B. O. Dawson and Andrew Mathers
went fishing yesterday near Carbon
dale. A grand necktie Roclal will be held
In the West Side Methodist chapel on
Thursday evening. The proceeds will
be used for the benefit of th Sunday
Miss Laura Morris, of Forty Fort,
called on friends In this place Monday
The electric light poles are being
painted green throughout the town,
Wall Paper 15c
BUDGET OF NEWS
A Susquehanna Citizen Who Is Inter
cstcd in the Tnrilf on Wool.
TALG OF THE SUNFISII AND DEE
Husband and Wlfo Knelt I'llo a Peti
tion lor n Divorce 011 tho Same Day.
A Snake That Housed tlio Mall Cnr.
Jmncs Hlcsulng Cnptures Twenty
five I'cot oTIlnttlestmUc.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Susquehanna, June 22. Near Mont
roso lives a negro man, wh'o goes by
the name of "Sheep Tom," who Is a
curiosity. His hair and whlBkers are
perfectly white and almost cover his
head and face, leaving only patches of
dark skin around his eyes and nose,
and aro a perfect imitation of sheep's
wool. His hair, or wool, grows rapid
ly, and his wife shears him every two
weeks, thereby realizing enough to
supply Tom, his Wife and live children
with stockings the year round, and sells
enough socks to supply them In sugar
and cofteo. His wife has nearly enough
of the finest part of the wool saved
up to make cloth sufficient for a suit
of clothes, for Tom next winter. He Is
about forty years old, and has always
lived In Susquehanna county.
"Forty Hours' Devotions" com
menced at second mass In St. John's
Catholic church on Sunday morning
Rev. P. F. Broderlck, the able and
popular pastor, is being assisted by
teveral priests of the diocese. The at
tendance l.s large.
The AVcman's Christian Temperanco
Union of Susquehanna county will
hold a mid-year "workers conlerence"
and basket picnic at the residence of
Mrs. William H. McCannon, In Oak
land, on Wednesday. It is expected
that there will be a large attendance.
The funeral of Frank H. Gilbert, an
old resident, occurred from the homo
on Monday morning, Itev. William M.
A district Sabbath school convention
will be held In the Susquehanna Bap
tist church, probably July 1-'.
The Greek Catholic church of Peck
vllle on Monday enjoyed an excursion
The Oakland Methodist society will
pioceed to erect a new church edifice,
at a cost of $3,000.
SUSQUEHANNA COUNTY BUIEFS.
The hay crop will be very large. The
potato crop will fall greatly below
that of last year.
The new medical pension examining
board has elected the following officers:
Piesldent, Dr. D. C. Alney; secretaiy,
Dr. C. B. Newton; treasurer, Dr. 1. L.
Miller. The boaid will meet In Susque
hanna the first Wednesday of every
month, and at Montrose the third Wed
nesday of everv month
The Democratic county committee
will meet In Montrose, June 2G, to ar
range the date for holding the nomina
Potatoes are being shipped to Cuba
from this county. '
Montroseyoungladies have a "Bakery
Club." They furnish their gentle
men friends with a weekly spread.
Physicians report a great number of
cases of indigestion in the borough.
The next convention of the Jefferson
Branch Union.Y. P. S. C. E.,will be held
The postofTlce at Little Meadows has
been robbed twice within two months.
Professor B. W. Pease has been elect
ed principal of the Halstead graded
school for the ensuing year.
OUT OF THE ORDINARY.
The Great Bend Plalndealer reports
having found "a fine gold gentleman's
A fisherman at Lanesboro saw a sun
fish swallow a bee, and a few minutes
later saw the sun-fish In the water
dead. He cut It open and the bee flew
A Susquehanna county husband and
wlfo each filed petitions for divorce on
the same day, each without the know
ledge of the other.
A Chicago girl put a note and her ad
dress In a box of toothpicks, requesting
the finder to write to her. A Grea
Bend widower got the box, opened a
correspondence, and will. In a few days,
start west to see If the young lady is
the sort of woman he wants for a wife.
The Erie is experiencing a freight
and stock boom just now. Train 14,
on Sunday night, had seven sections.
The "Mothei Hubbaid," is the fa
vorite type of locomotive on the Jef
Decapod locomotive 1400 has left the
Susquehanna shops, alter undergoing
Blnghamton Is waiting for the re
turn of prosperity before building the
The Jefferson branch trainmen be
gin to wear shorter faces.
It Is said that the Erie will In July,
August and September keep Its tracks
hot with excursion trains.
Erie Is taking Its annual Inventory,
Erie Paymaster Campbell will this
month pay out $410,000. It cost some
thing to run a big railroad.
The Plalndealer says that It Is ru
mored that when the new Erie time
table tukes effect, on Sunday next, two
first-class passenger trains will stop In
Great Bend. ,,
Tho Indications aro that few rail
roads will be built in Pennsylvania
this year, except on paper.
A PICTURESQUE CAMPAIGN.
Now that our talented and widea
wake friend. Bre'r Hogan, of Forest
City, has been nominated for auditor
general by the Liberty party, the cam
paign next fall will be relieved of ex
cesslva monotony, and oratorical pyro
technics will fill the ambient air. On
with tho combat! Bre'r Hogan's craft
may be sc ttled, but It may not go
down without firing a few broadsides.
It isn't that sort of ship.
SNAKE BOSSED THE MAIL CAR.
Whle an eastward bound night ex
press train on the Erie was running be
tween Elmlra and Blnghamton a few
nights since, a blncksnako forty-one
inches long crawled slowly out of a
pouch and, for a time, ran things In the
car to suit himself. He was full of
fight, and It took the three mall clerks
forty minutes to subdue him. Tho rep
tile' had come from a pasteboard box,
In which a hole had been punctured for
ventilation. The box came from Aur
ora, Illinois, addressed to a man In
Providence, Rhode Island.
David Chandler, formerly of Thom
son, and well known In Carbondale and
Scranton, sustained a second stroke
of paralysis In Blnghamton,
A big delegation from the Lacka
wanna valley Is expected In Susquo
hanna, Jur.e 29, the big "Field Day"
of th& Ancient Order of Hibernians,
It would be a good tlmo In which to
tako a new census of Susquehanna.
Canawncta Chapter, Order of tho
Eastern Star, will on Wednesday even
ing decorate the graves of Its deceased
Tho Sanitaria Springs base ball club
will play the home nine In Beebe park
There was a frost In tho suburbs of
Susquehanna on Sunday night. Glor
ious climate, and no mistake!
A POPULAR CANDIDATE.
Henry F. Manzer, of Susquehanna,
who was nominated for prothonotary
nt the recent Republican county con
vention, Is a popular business man,, a
wide-awake citizen, nnd a companlon
pble, genial gentleman. He Is In every
way well equipped to creditably flu
tho resuonslblc office- to which he has
been nominated. His triumphant elec
tion, by a flattering majority, Is a fore
gone conclusion. Ho will run best
where he Is tho best known.
Susquehanna county will make a
vigorous effort to secure tho election of
C. Fred Wright as the next congress
man from that district, whllo Wayne
will bo equally persistent In naming
Homer Greene. Carbondalo LeadT.
It Is a trifle early to begin to arrange
for Congressman Coddlng's successor,
but all signs point towards the selec
tion of C. Fred Wright, of Susque
hanna, as tho coming man. Advices
lrom the Inner clrclo are to that ef
fect. Please stick a pin right hot'o.
Miss Candaco Brown, a talented and
popular teacher In the Susquehanna
high school, will sever her connection
with the school nt tho close of the
ptesent term, the board of education,
having been compelled to reduce ex
penses. She has given excellent satis
faction, and has made many friends
dur'ng her residence among us Her
home Is In Hopbottom
Hon. James T. Du Bols and family,
of Washington, have arrived at Hall
stead, to spend the summer. Mr. Du
Bois owns a large amount of real es
tate In and about that borough.
Within a week James Blessing and
family, of Oakland, captured tws nty-
flve feet of rattes snakes and black
snakes. James has them In a box.
OTHER LATE HAPPENINGS
Messrs. Shappee and Burns have pur
chased the restaurant of George W.
lust winter a Susquehanna girl drop
ped an Icicle Inside her 'over's shirt
collar. Immediately there was a cold
ness between the couple. A happy -iHiiiUliutloil
has just been effected. Cur
tain to slow music.
A Herrlck man thought ho had struck
o coal mine. He unearthed several
banelE of coal and indulged In go'd"n
diearrs, which wens knocked higher r.
ihe kite of the late lamented Mr. Oil
ileicy when an old resident lnfornn d
hl.-n that he had been digging nt the
foundation of an old blacksmith's)
There may be better newspapers,
brighter and more wide-awake news
papers than tho Scranton Tribune
but they do not come to Susquehanna.
Wall Street Review.
New York, June 22. The stock mar
ket today again gave a demonstration
of Its astonishing capacity for sus
tained increase of prices with only
temporary pauses and trivial reactions.
The total sales of stocks today were
Furnished by WILLIAM IINN. AI
LEN & CO., stock Drokws, Mears build
ing, rooms, 703-706.
Open- H'gh- Low. Clos
ing, est. est. !ns.
Am. Tobacco Co .... 73 74V4 73 74
Am. Cot. Oil 14'4 1414 14 14?8
Am. Sug. Re'g Co .. 12314 123V4 1,4 123
Atch., To. & S. Fe.. 12, 12 12H 12H
A., T. it B. i, IT.. 23
Can. Southern 50"-i
dies. & Ohio 17!
Chicago Gas 90
Chic. & N. W 111H
Chic, B. & Q 81
C. C. C. & St. L .... 24
Chic, Mil. & St. P.. 78
Chic, R. I. & P ....
Delaware & Hud .,
D., L. & W
DIst. & C. F
Gen. Electric .......
Louis. & Nash
M. K. & Tex., Pr,
Manhattan EIo ...
.Mo. Pacific mi
Nat. Lead 28
N. J. Central 8214
N. Y. Central 101
N. Y S. & W., Pr .. 2UV4
Nor. Pacific, Pr .... 41
Pacific Mall 29'i
Phil, fz Read 21i
Southern R. It 9
Southern It. R Pr.. 20
Tenn., C. & Iron .... 2414
Texas Pacific 10',i
Union Pacific 0
Wabash, Pr 15
West. Union 83
U. S. LeathcA Pr.. 5SV4
U. S. Rubber 13
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE PRICKS.
Open- High- Low- Clos.
WHEAT. ing. est. est. Ins.
July C7 69 U7 CS
September 03 C4 CI 04'4
July 18 1814 18 18
September 17 18 17 IS
7.40 7.45 7.35 7.40
Is made a neces- it m
sity by tho im- IV8 60101116
pure conilition of tho blootl after win
ter's hearty foods, and breathing viti
ated nir in home, office, schoolroom
or shop. When weak, thin or impure,
tho blood cannot nourish tho body as
it should. Tho demand for cleansing
nnd invigorating is grandly met by
Hood's Sarsnparllla, which gives tho
blood just tho quality and vitality need
ed to maintain health, properly digest
food, build up and steady tho nerves
nnd ovcrcomo that tired feeling. It is
tho ideal Spring Medicino. Get only
3nr;irt;illlm Tho Ono True
Trepared by 0. I. Hood 4 Co., Lowell, Mass.
II uci CU3HJ, prunipiiy aau
HIS effectlTely. 25 cents.
TO MOTHERS 0FURGE FAMILIES.
Mr. Plnkhnm' Advice Tree.
In this workaday world few women
aro so placod that physical exertion
Is not constantly demanded of them in
their dally life.
Mrs. 1'inUham makes a special appeal
to mothers of largo families whose work
Is nover dono, and many of whom suffer
and suffer for lack of intelligent aid.
To women, young
or old, rich or poor,
of Lynn, Mass.,
not let your
lives ho sao-
'f word from Mrs.
tho first approach of weakness, may
fill your future years with healthy joy.
Mas. A. C. Buhi.eii, 1123 North Al
bany avenue, near Humboldt Park,
Chicago, 111., says: "I am fifty-one
ycarsold and have had twelve children,
and my youngest Is eight yenrs old. I
have been suffering for sometime with
a terrible weakness; that bearing-down
feeling was dreadful, and I could not
walk any distance. I began tho uso
of Lydia E. l'inkham's Vegctablo
Compound aud Sanative Wash and they
have cured me. I cannot praise your
Scranton llonrd of Trade Kxchnngo
(uotntlons--All Quotations Bused
on l'nr oflOO.
STOCKS. Ula. Asked.
Scranton & Plttston Trac. Co.
National Boring & DrlU'g Co
First Natlohal Bank G30
Elmhurst Boulevard Co
Scranton Savings Bank 200
Scranton Packing Co
Lacka. Iron & Steel Co
Third National Bank 330
Throop Novelty M'f'g Co
Scranton Traction oC 15
Scranton Axle Works
Weston Mill Co
Alexander Car Beplacer Co
Scranton Bedding Co
Dime Dep. & Dl Bark 145
Lacka. Trust & Safe Dep. Co.. 110
Economy, S. II. & P. Co
Scranton Pass. Railway, first
mortgage due 1920 115
People's Street Railway, first
mortgage duo 1918 115
Scranton & Plttston Trac. Co. ...
People's Street Railway, Sec
ond mortgage due 1920 110
Dickson Manufacturing Co
Lacka. Township School 5
City of Scranton St. Imp. 6
Mt. Vernon Coal Co
Scranton Axle Works
Scranton Traction Co
Philadelphia Provision .Market.
Philadelphia, June 22. Wheat c
hlher; contract grade, June, 70a76c. ;
July, 71a72c; August, nominal; Septem
ber, ncminal. Corn c. lower; No. 2
mixed, June, 2Sa29c: July, 28a29c; Au
ust, nominal; September, nominal. Oats
Steady; No. 2 white, June, 23a20c;
July, 25a20c; August. 24a2Gc; Septem
ber, 24a23c. Provisions Firm, un
changed. Butter Steady; fany western
creamery, 15c; do. Pennsylvania prints,
15c; do. western do., 15c. Egss Easier;
fresh, nearby, 10allc; do western, luc.
Cheese Steady, fair demand. Refined
Sugars Unchanged. Cotton Steady. Tallow-
Quiet at former rate; city, prime, In
hogsheads, 3c; country do. do. barrels,
2a3c; dark, do., 2c; cakes, 3aUc;
grease, 2a2c. Live Poultry Firm, bet
ter dewand; fowls. 8aSc; old roosters,
Co.; spring chickens, 10al6c. Dressed
Poultry Steady; fowls, choice, 8c; do.
fair to good, 7a7c; broilers, western,
deslrablo sizes, 15al7c; do. ymall and
scalded. 10al2c; nearby, do., as to tlze
and quality, 17a20c Receipts Flora, 3,
000 barrels, 4,000 sacks; wheat 1,200 hush
els; corn 23..O0O bushels; oats, 41.000 bush
els. Shipments Wheat 1,700 bushels corn,
4,000 bushels; oats, 29,000 bushefs.
New York Produce .Hnrkct.
New York, June 22. Flour Quiet but
falriy steady. Rye Floru Dull. Corn
Meal DulL Rye- Steady; No. 2 western,
2Gc, 0. i. f., Buffalo. Barley Quiet;
feeding, 27a2Sc, c. I. f., Buffalo. Barley
Malt Dull. Wheat Spot steady; No. 1
northern New York. 7Gc, f. o. b., afloat;
No. 1 northern Duluth, 77c, f. o. b..
afloat; No 1 hard Manitoba, 78c, f. 0.
b afloat, options steady on wet weather,
andvancod sharply on a tcaie of July
shorts, but partially reacted under real
izing and closed ac net higher; No. 2
red, June, closed 75c;; July, 73a74c,
closed 74c; September, G9,a70e , closed
70c; October, 70 7-16.i70cc; December,
71a72c. closed 71c Corn Spot quiet;
No. 2, 29c, elevator; 30c afloat; options
opened easier on favorable weather news,
rallied with wheat und held steady all
day In absence of offer Ins, closed, un
changed to c net higher; Juno closed
29c; July. 29a2?c, closed 29c; Au
gust. 29a30c, closed, 29c; September,
30a30c, closed 30c. Oats Spot rpiiet;
No. 2, 22c- No 2 whltn, 25a30c; No. 3
white, 24c; track mixed, western. 21a
23c; track white, western and state U"a
31c; optlcns dull and featureless, clos
ing unchanged; July closed 22c Beef
Steady: extra mess, $7.50j8; beef hams,
$21a23; packet, $Sa9; cltl extra India mess,
$12al4. Butter Quiet; western creamery.
llal5c; do. flacitory. 7a(10c.; Biffins,
15c; Imitation creamery, 9!4al2c.; state
dairy, lOallc; do. creamery, llal5c
Cheese Steady; state, lare, 8aSc ;
small, fancy, 7aSc; part skims, 4a(io :
full skims, 2a3c Eggs Dull; state and
Pennsylvania, llal2c; western fresh,
10allc Talow Steady; city ($2 pel
package), 3 1-I6a3c; country (packages
free), 3 l-lCa3c, as to quality. Patro
leum Dull, unchanged.
Chicago Grain Market.
Chicago, Juno 22. The leading futures
ranged as follows: Wheat No. 2 July,
67oG8c; September, 63a64c; Decem
ber, new, 8Ga6flc. Corn No. 2 June, 24
a24c; July 24a24c; September, 23
a25c. Oats No. 2 July, 18a8c; Sep
tember, 17al8c Mess Pork July, $7.40a
7.40; September. $7,50a7.47. Lard July,
$3.72a3.77; September, $3.S2a3.S5. Short
Ribs July, $l.3Ai4.33; September, $l.40.v
4.42. Ctsh Quotations were as follows:
Flour Steady: No. 2 sprln wheat, ti9a
70c.f No. 3 do.. CSc; No. 2 red, 73a
70c; No. 2 corn, 2la2lc.; No. 2 oats,
ltjc; No. 2 white, f. o. b., 21a23c; No. 3
White, f. o. b 20a22c; No. 2 rye, 31c;
No. 2 barley, nominal; No. 3, f. o. b 32c;
No. 4, f. o. b., 27a28c; No. 1 flax seed,
75a7Cc; prime timothy seed, J2.73; mess
pork, 07.40a743; lard, $3.72a3.75; shoit ribs,
sides, loose, $4.25a4.50; dry salted shoul
ders, boxed, 4tjaGc; short clear sides,
boxed, 4a4c; whisky, $1,19: sugarr,
unchanged. Receipts Flour, 10,000 bar
rels; wheat. 4,000 bushels; corn, 387,000
bushels; oats, 303,000 bushels; rye, 2,000
bushels; barley, 23,000 bushels. Shipments
-Floru, 4,000 barrels; wheat, 10,000 bush
els; corn, 101,000 tuphels; oats, 250,000
bushels; rye, none; barley, 1,000 bushels.
Chicago I.ivo Htock.
Chicago, Juno 22. Cattle-Jl.95a5.03i
cholco heifers, J3.B0at.10. Hogs J3.30a3.40:
the poorest heavy packing lots selling at
J3.10; prime light and prime mlxod hogs
brought U5; piss, J2.25a3.40. Hheen In
terior to choice, J3.25a3.75', prime ltocks,
J3.COa4; lambs, JSaS.lO; spring lambs sell.
Ing at JiaS.BO. liccelpU-Cftttte, 2.50U head;
hogs, 21,000 head; cheep, 10,000 head.
Hullnlo Live Htock.
East Buffalo, N. Y June 22. Cattle
Ilecflpts were all consigned through and
there was nothlnir done. Hogs Receipts,
5 cars; market fairly active; Yorkers,
coo d to choice, t3.50a3.56; roughs, common
to good, $3.10n3.3S; piss to prime, $3.!wa
3.C0. 8het and L&mbs Receipts, only
one car; mntket slow; lambs, good to ex
tra choice, $l.7Ja5; culls and common, $3.75
n4; sheep, prime to fancy wethers, $j;85a
4; culls and common, $2.25a2.75.
Olt City, Pa., Juno 22.-Cortlflcate, no
bids! credit balances, 87; shipments 78,510
barrels; runs, 109,738 barrels.
307 Lackawanna Ave.
Why do wo quote such low prices?
Hero Is tho reason: Whenever our un
limited capital can be Invested to your
advantage tho opportunity Is never lost
and If there was ever a tlmo when tho
people had an opportunity to got tho
highest grade footwear for little money,
that time Is now. We havo been buying
In enormous quantities for spot cash from
the manufacturers In need ot money and
that wo share with our patrons tho ad
vantage derived from these extensive
spot cash purchases Is evidenced by tho
low prices in this advertisement.
LOOK AT TUB DAROAINS.
575 pair Men's French Calf, hand sowed,
patent leather and Russet Vlcl Shoes,
Snow's make, were made for Bloomlng
dnlo Bros., New York city, $3 and $6 shoes,
all toes and sizes, we sell them at $2. IS.
5f0 pair $3 and $4 Patent Leather Rus
set Shojs, cut to $1.98.
330 pair Men's $4 and $3 Calf and Rus
set Shoes, cut to $2.18.
387 pair Men's Hand-Sewed Calf and
Russet Shoes, roular $3 shoeB, for $1.98.
287 pair Men's $2.50 Shoes at $1.49.
100 pair of $150 shoes for 98c Match
them If you can.
500 pair Ladles' AVelt and Hand-Turned
Shoes, reular $3 and $4 Sliues, for $1.39.
375 pair Ladles' $3 Shoes, Russet and
Black, cut to $1 29.
Children's Shoes at 12c, 39c. and 49c.
Boys' Shoes at C9c, 73c, 9Sc.
Ladles' Serge Congress Shoes at 39c.
Misses' Shoes, sizes 9 to 2, at 49c.
Men's Bicycle Shoes at $1.20, $1.49,
Ladles' Cycle Shoes, all colors, at $1.93
We defy any house to meet these low
prices. Call and examine our goods be
fore buying elsewhere. Remember there
Is no trouble to show goods and you will
surey save money by It.
307 Lackawanna Ave.
Acknowledged Cheapest Shoo Houso
213 UCKAWANN& AVENUE.
Has full and complete stock
of all the latest up-to-date
Belts, Waist Sats,
Rogers' Silvar -Plated Ware,
Sterling Silver Spoons,
at the very lowest
possible prices at
213 Lackawanna Avenue.
MOVING LIVELY NOW
As stated when we opened the
worn rifi-.-ilil that we would find
even at half price. We confess
had livelier selling in any department than has heeu the case
these rues at iust fiftv cents
redented barcain barcralhs
that Kerr, Son & Co.'s stock
half price. The same remarks, of course, apply to our Higii gri
Carpet stock, from which we can sell you the best fiody Urusd
Carpet made as low as 50 cents
talking today, and if you're
will be lo your advantage to call, tor
HALF PRICE OPPORTUNITIES
Don't come often in that line, and the full range of sizes won't hi
out much longer. Three lllustrat'oiis in values will suffice: Til
represent the first quality of
usually brings Jr. 75. sells lor
sells for J2.12. Size 6 ft. x 9
goes at $11 50. There's lower
inches, at J1.50 and I1.75 each.
5. Q. KERR, Agent.
Opposite Main Dntrance
to Wyoming House.
CALL UP 3682,
MALONEY OIL and MANUFACTURING CO.
OILS VINEGAR AND CIDER.
' OFPICB AND WAREHOUSE, lii TO 151 MERIDIAN ST.
H. W. COLLINS, Manager.
THE LEADING AND LARGEST
413 Lackawanna Ave.
Tho protticat hats
of tho soaBon aro hero
There's a spicy
flavor of oleganco
about them that you
fail to find in any
Ours talk to your
eyes. They'll win
you without talk or
urging of salespeo
ple. Indeed tho styles
nro so becoming they
And there's no
other store whore so
little money will so
euro so much satis
faction and "stylo."
At One-Half and I.esn of
The Greatest Ribbon Sale
IN THE CITY.
Every kind, overy color, every shade, on
rmra less man oiner mores prices.
IMfc-llkc and lovely nt tho very littlest
413 Lack. Ave.
ARM IN ARfl
Quality and stylo should go together. They
nro always found toscther In the garments
vvo make. We make suits to order for ?15.()()
that look better when old than the ready
rnuda affairs do whon first put on.
W. J. DAVIS,
213 Wyoming Ave., fistf,",.
WOLF & WENZEL,
240 Adams Ave., Opp. Court llous:.
PRACTICAL TINNERS and PLUMBERS
Sole Acents for Rlchardson-Boynton'j
Furnaces and Rangae.
ON THE LINE OF THE
CANADIAN PACIFIC R'Y
aro located tho finest fishing and hunting
grounds In the 'world. Descriptive books
on application. Tickets to all points la
Maine, Canada and Maritime Provinces.
Minneapolis, St. Paul, Canadian and
United States Northwest, Vanvouver,
Seattle, Tacoma, Portland, Ore., San
First-Class Sleeping and Dining Gars
attached to all throught trains. Tourist
can fully fitted with bedding, curtains
and specially adapted to wants of families
may be had with second-class tickets.
Rotes always less than via other lines.
For further Information, time tables, etc 1
a V. SKINNER, Q. E. A.,l
333 Broadway, New York.
High GrailC Smyrna KllgbalC,
it hard to move these cxncnslVC COOJ
to making a mistake, for we've neJ
on the dollar. True, ihey arc an ttni
that could not be duplicated, were iff I
was bought at Sheriffs Sale at less tlJ
per yard, but it's Smyrna Hugs wcl
interested, pardon us lor saying mai
Smyrna Kugs made: Size 18x36 In., thai
07 cents, size 30x00 in., usieu at J4.25J
ft,, for small rooms, that sold for $23
grades if you want them, sizss 30x6
408 Lackawanna Aj
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