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THESOMNTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING. JULY 8, 1897.
THIS Bl'KUIAI. HA1.K OP KINK WII1TK
CIlVHTAIiS HAH NKVKH BBEN AT
l'HOACHHU IN TIM H1WT011Y OK TIM
EXTRA WHITE AND
VERY BRILLIANT STONES
I'KICKS ON OHD1NAKV COMMKHCIAIj
HTON1X. CAM. AND LOOK TIMM OVK1U
TIIKY WIM. HUUKIiY HUUl'ltlUU TIM
317 Lackawanna Ave,
I.oienzo Yost, need 12 yenr.n, while on
n lumber wngon with his father, Jnines
Yost, at HlotiniPhurj; on Wednesday,
fell from the wngon timl the wheels
inn over hlin, orushlnn out his life.
Oharles A. 1'ilee, of lniryea, caught
n Mack lnsH in the Susquehanna above
Conton Tliurnlay that weighed thru!
tmil thieo-qunrter pounds. lie also
caught nn eel that weighed two and
1'tofessnr W. T. James and wife have
Just letuined to Wllkes-Bnne from
Jlontiosi', the dlstanee to and fiom
Tunklumnuck. being made on wheels.
The tilp wns made for the purjiooe of
having a lomustone placed over the
grave of the professor's father, who
was killed seven years ago at the Um
pire. While swimming In the Susquchan
iii lllver at Nantlcoke on 'Wednesday
n boy by the name of John Zorle, of
Jowl Hill, Ginnd Tunnel, was dr'iwned.
l!o was about '.) yeais of age. Geltlnjf
beyond his depth, he was drowned be
fore help lould reach him. The body
was recovered during the evening.
While rk.i,-. llornti, F. O. Corny
and William Adams, carpenters, work
Ins; on the trestle between Durranceton
and Foity l-'oit for the Lehigh Vnl'ey.
weie moving some dirt from arounl
the base cf a trestle they unearthed a
Pllvcr pitcher, napkin ring and other
articles of silverware. In all thirty-five
pieces. The articles nre supposed to bo
the plunder from John Hancock's resi
dence at Dallas, which was burglarized
on Tuesday night.
An attempt was made to burglaiize
the Valley station at Plalnsvllle on
Thursdny morning about 3 o'clock by
thtee or four men. They had effected
an entrance Into the freight loom,
which contained nothing of use to
them, and wore working the door of
the waiting room when Miss Hebecea
Aston, the station agent, hearing the
noise, alarmed them, and they ran
down the railroad. Miss Aston has a
weapon In readiness for the next eull
The employes of the silk mill will "bo
The following teachers have been ap
pointed to teach in Marcy townFhlp
for the coming year: Mr. Cries Kresge,
Misses Anna Walsh, Jennie Young,
Jennie 'Why to, Elizabeth Carabine,
Mary K. Kennedy Rosa. ReneJIet, Fan
nie Mullalley, Hannah Mullln, Uzzlo
Doughcr, Mary G. Cox. Janitors, John
Gilhooley and James Walsh.
Miss Mary A. Qulnn will represent
the Ladles' Catholic Benevolent asso
ciation at the Chlcaco convention to
be held this month.
Miss Mamie Walsh, of Grovo street,
will leave on Monday to sptnd a few
months with friends In Now York city.
Master Joseph Wallaeo sustained a
fractured arm while at plav with a
younger brother. Whll.j wrestling his
arm became entangled and both rolled
over a. largo atom.- with the above; re
bult. Miss Anna Rrehon Is the guest of
her cousin, Miss Fannie Tyre'l, of
Leon Schlager has received the eon
tract of lumlMiing forty new suits for
St. Mary'a poclety nt iJupont.
Mrs. Keast and daughter, Millie, of
PltUUn, spent yesterday at the Mc
Horace Frederlcl Is nursing a broken
finger an the result of a practice gamo
Messrs. W. II. Holllsler and C. C.
Bmvman, of tho Avoca Coal company,
have uccured nn Interest In the Frank
lin Coal company at Simpson, above
Caibcndale. At a meeting of tho
stockholders of the company a few
days ago Mr. llolllster was elected
general manager and air. Bowman sec
Jotary and treasurer.
Ml:;s Mary King, of Philadelphia, Is
visiting friends on York street.
Joshua Powell, ased 1C years, a lad
employed as driver for the Florence
Coal company nt Ilupont, was seriously
Injuied by a runaway in the mines on
Thursday afternoon. His riiilit arm
mts broken and several teeth knocked
out. besides sustaining internal injur
ies. Ho was removed to tho Plttston
Superintendent Taylor will examine
applicants for teachers' certificates at
the graded school In Mooslc on July 6.
Rev. Van Cleft will occupy the pul
pit of the Moosic Methodist Episcopal
church on Sunday.
The Avoca Argus, containing twelve
pages, appeared UiPt evening enshrined
In the stars and stripes. The issue
One cent a word will
get you the very best of
household help if your
"Want" is placed in the
Tribune. For quick re
turns, try one.
GREAT WALL PAPER SALE.
"Wo nro going out of the Wall Paper business and our stock raus
bo closed out nt once, as wo want tho room for other goods.
Twenty-five Thousand liolls to bo closed out at the fol
10c Wnll Paper fic
J. SCOTT INDUS.
contains several patriotic stories be
sides a great deal of interesting notes
from surrounding towns'. Mr. Dony Is
to be congrntuluted on the excellent
showing of his Journal.
Messr.1. Frank Patterson and James
Flynn, of New York city, were visitors
In town this week.
James M. Qilner, proprietor of the
Pullman house, Duryca, Is seriously
Miss Ntlllo Uucklpy, of Ashley, Is tho
guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Rucklcy,
of the North End.
Mrs. Martin Kiin", of Parsons, was a
visitor In town yesterday.
Mrs. James Klrhy is visiting In
Mrs. John Crook has purchased a
Mrs. Margaret N. Lamb and daugh
ters, Mary nnd Ruth, visited friends
and relatives In Blnghamton Friday.
Mrs. N. J. Duffy is the truest of lel
atlves at Geneva, N. Y.
Mifl. Fied Currier and children, o
Niles Valley, N. Y., are guests at tho
home of M. P. Currier.
Mis. B. F. Bernstein and daughter
are vliltlng in New York city.
A school of Instruction has been es
tablished In the Odd Fellows lodge
Charles 1'arks, of Blnghamton;
George Kirk, of Susquehanna, and
Misses Corliss and May Bradley are
visiting nt G. W. Smith's, on William
John A. Mears, of Scranton, was In
town thf first of tho week.
Filendly Hatid lodge of Odd Fellows
will attend the Presbyterlun church
next Sunday evening and listen to a
special sermon by Rev. L. W. Church.
A. K. Conyne, of Blnghamton, Is
spending a few days with friends nnd
relntlves In this plnce
Charles Sncver has secured a posi
tion with the Hollstead Textile com
pany. Mlnnetonka council, Degree of I'oco
hontns, had one adoption at their last
Lillian Church nnd Myrtle Swnrtz,
who have been attending the Blooms
burg State Normal school for the past
few months, have returned home to
Hpiml their summer vacation.
Mrs. N. S. Brown, of Sprlngvllle. Pa.,
Is visiting at the home of G. S. Shoe
maker. Miss Amelia Trowbridge, of Owego,
N. Y., Is spending a few days in town
with her brothers, Henry and William.
Eugene Aldrlch, of New Milford, was
in town recently.
Miss Josephine Polk," of AVIndsor, N.
Y., called on friends in town this week.
Jacob W. Blsby, of Lestershho, nnd
Oertiudo Estabrool;, of New Milford,
were united In manlage In the Baptist
church Wednesday by Rev. John Davis.
Miss Ida Carr, of Afion, N. Y., is the
guest of her sister, Mrs. John A. Davis.
Misses Hannah and Julia Caton are
spending a few days with their par
ents In Leno'c. P-v.
Jesse Conklln Is visiting at Elk lake.
G. C. McConnell. of New Milford,
was in town Thursday.
Wllllim Knowles killed a rattle
snake the first of the week near the
residence of John Austin, on IkUni
William Sncdnkers' lam of horses
became frightened on Church street
last Wednesday evening and ran away.
They collided with a. tre opposite the
home of E. D. Burton and were stop
ped. The horses were not Injured but
the vvngon was slightly damaged.
The base ball diamond on Mitchell's
flats is being Improved by our second
Rev. L. S. M. Hones, of tho Judson
Memorial church of New York city,
will address the gospel meeting In tho
Railroad Younr,- Men's Christian Asso
ciation hull next Sunday afternoon.
This meeting will be for both men nnd
women and n special Invitation is ex
tended to all t" attend.
Sheriff Duell, ot Montrose, was In
Miss Mary Scotten Is 111.
A fine stone valk Is being laid In
front of the home of Hon. S. B. Chase.
Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Harrington, of
Montrose, vUltt-d hero tho first of the
II. D. Lusk, esq., of Montrose, Is in
Lizzie Carter, of Blnghamton, is
stepping with frlctds In this place for
a few days.
The Hallstead Fire company will en
Jo their annual parade on Thursday,
Aug. 20. Franklin Hose company, of
Scranton, will be Invited, also the Cen
tennial Hose company, of Union. The
R. C. Du Bols Hook and Ladder com
pany will also ertertnln some outside
company. Our people will look for
waid to the day of the parade with
The citizens of Carpenter IIoIJow
had a patriotic, old-fashioned "pole
raising" Thursday afternoon. On Sat
urday (today) they will decorate it
with a fourteen-foot flag.
Captain E. J. Rice Post, Grand Army
of the Republic, of this place, has se
cured from Uncle Sam a 2.M0 pound
cannon of the Hautzer model of 1SG1.
Our citizens will probably all know
that the post has It ere this reaches
The borough council held a special
meeting last Wednesday evening to
prove the borough duplicate.
Tho three cases of diphtheria, viz,
Mr. and Mrs. Ed, Reynolds and little
daughter, are all convalescing under
the skillful treatment of Dr. A. B.
Miss Nina Stark, of Forty Fort, and
Miss Blanche Stark, of East Strouds
buig State Normal school, are spend
ing their vacations with their moth
er, Mrs. J. K. Zweizig, of this vil
lage. Slz! Bang! Boom! Today we cele
brate, and today Is the day above all
days for the small boy and the large
boy. The street parade will take place
at 10.30 a. m. and will be dismissed
at tho Academy grove, where the ex
ercises of the day will be held. In the
evening a grand display of fireworks
vlll be slven.
Miss Bertha Wall Is seriously 111 of
Mrs. Fred Crandall Tnee Miss Belle
Wrlgley) and daughter, Madge, of
Minn., are visiting relatives here. Mrs.
Crandall is the daughter of Rev. Abel
Wrlgley, now located at Camerton, Pa.
Miss Jennlo Wall attended the fu-
C5c Wnll Paper 15c
35c " 25c
50c " " 35C
Carpets, Draparlas anl Wall Paptn,
419 Lacka. Ave.
Royal make the food pure,
wholejomo and delicto..
norAi tAKiha rowDen Co., hew ckk.
ntrnl of Simeon DeWItt at tho Falls
James M. Brown was at Justus last
Thursday and Friday, attending the
funeral of his sister, Mrs. John T.
Miss JcssloAVrlgley, of Bhlckshlnny,
is spending a few days with relatives
Miss Ella Carr, of Scranton, is home
spending the ever glorious Fourth.
George Transuo and family, of Potts
billc, Pa., are here for the summer,
ut the home of K. S. Hinds.
Spencer Reed, I. E. Mead and Chns.
Barlow attended the races at Scranton
J. S. Swisher, of the Jersey Central
railroad, has moved his family to
J. Martin Klefer will occupy the
house vacated by Mr. Swisher.
Miss Mame Shook and Miss L,llllan
Chllds have returned from a two weeks'
visit with Mrs. Arthur Stebblns in Bal
tlmoio. On and nfter July G the stores will
clo.u at 6 o'clock, with tho exception of
J. K. Slawson. This does not apply to
On Friday, July 9, Welch Bros,' cir
cus will be In town. They will show
on the base ball grounds.
Miss Katie Connell and Miss. Mamie
Wall have gone to New York city to
Miss Elizabeth Bunnell, a. teacher
in the Stroudsburg Normal school, has
returned home for her vacation.
Charles Stonier, of Providence, Is
spending a few days in Tunkhannock.
Dr. I'. E. Dornsife, of Centermore
land, visited his father this week.
Mr. Dawson lluber. of Pnlladelphla,
is visiting at tho home of Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Sarah Krlgbaum, of Scranton,
is visiting her fiiend, Miss M. E, Bev
nns. Mr. nnd Mrs. Emery Stone, Mr. and
Mis. Bert Stone, Mr. Arthur Lamont,
Miss Luelln Frace and Miss Imogeno
Ackerley attended the marriage cere
monies of our former townsman, Mr.
Harry E. Stone, on Wednesday even
Rev, James Ralney, of Laccyvllle,
preached an enrnest and most inter
esting sermon In the Baptist church
hero on Thursday evening.
Mrs. Benson, of Scranton, was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Chapman
Mr. Gilbert Brown, of Nicholson,
visited his sister, Mrs. Samuel Smith,
on Wednesday last.
Mis. J. B. Austin visited friends on
the West Side on Wednesday last.
-ur. isa ji. uecKer is now erecting
a new house on his beautiful grounds
for the use of his daughter, Mrs. Emma
Mr. Samuel Smith Is still In a critical
The members nnd friends of the Ban
tist church will observe Independence
Day by a public dinner nnd clam bake
today on Church grounds. Dinner at
Miss Edith Wilson is now visiting
friends at Bald Mount.
Wnll Street Review.
New York, July 2. A veritable midsum
mer dullness i-euled upon tho market lor
securities today and a further step was
taken towards tho stagnant condition to
which the maikct has seemed to be com
ing for two days past. There was no
feature of significance of Importance dur
ing the day. Dealings were very much
smaller than yesterday or for many days
past, variations weie small and unimpor
tant and no animation was manifested
at any point In tho market. Tho pros
pect of only half a day of trading tomor
row, followed by a double holiday doubt
less had Its effect in curtailing operations
and discouraging ventures upon new op
erations. Tho waiting and tho seml
stagnatlon were nccotnpanled by qulto a
marked firmness of ton in nearly all the
leading stocks. The total sales- of all
stocks for the day foil below 150,000 shares.
Four-soenths of this amount was cred
ited to St. Paul, Sugar, Burlington and
Chicago Gas. None of tho leading stocks
ranged as widely as a point, except
Sugar and the leading industrial stocks
and some of tho coalers. Tho small net
changes are divided between gains and
losses In tho prominent stocks. Totals
sales of stocks today were 183,523 shares.
Furnished by WILLIAM LINN, AL
LEN & CO., stock brokers, Mear3 build
ing, rooms 703-700.
Open- High- Low- Clos
ing, est. est. lug.
Am. Tobacco Co .... 77',4 77H 76i 77
Am. Sug, Re'g Co ..127 12814 127 127";
Atch., To. & S. Fe .. 12"i 12H 12H 12i
A., T. & S. F., Pr .. 21T 25 2t5i 31 i
Ches. & Ohio 17 175i 17V4 17&
Chicago Gas 9li 93 !m; sn1.
Chic. & N. AV 117 lttVi 117 U7'i
Chic, B. & Q 84 8IU 83 83
C. C. C. &St. L 24 24H 24?i 24
Chic., Mil. & St. P.. fc2i 84 f3U 83
Chic, 11. I. & V 74 73 74U 74"i
Delaware & Hud ...110 110 110'i 110-y.
D.. L. & W 158 158Vi 157V4 158
Dlst. &. C. F HiJ. ny- 1H(, 111,
Gen. Electric 3414 34H 33 330i
Louis. & Nash Dl',4 01V4 61 CHi
M. K. & Tex., Pr .. 31 ',4 Sl',4 3H4 3U4
Manhattan Elo i3 92'4 91?4 t2'4
Mo. Pacific m; 19 19 i9Ji
Nat. Lead 30 30 30 30
N. J. Central S3,4 sis S3 85
N. Y. Central 102 102 102 luj'i
N. Y S. & W.. Pr.. 27 28 27 27H
Nor. Pacific, Pr .... 40 40 40 40
Ont. & West 14 & 14 u
Omaha C1V4 01 61 CI
Pacific Mall 29 30 29 30
Phil. & Read ...!..... 22 21 22 22
Southern It. It 9 9 9 9
Southern R. R., Pr .. 29 29 29 29
Tenn., C. & Iron .... 2i 2t 21 21
Texas 'Pacific 10 10 10 10
Union Faclllo c C 0 g
Wabash 5 5 5 5?'.
Wabash, Pr 15 15 14 14
West. Union SiSs 81 81 84
U. S. Leather ...;.... 7 7 7 7
U. S. Leather 60 CI CO 00
U. 8. Rubber 12 12 12 12
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE PRICES.
Open- High- Low- CIoj-
WIIEAT. ing. est. est. Inf.
September 01 C3 C4 64
December Ui C6 CO CO
September 17 17 17 17
September 25 M 23 2H
Docembcr 27 27 27 7
September 4.20 4.22 4.12 4.12
September 7.80 7.82 7.C7 7.70
Scranton Itonrd or Trndo Kxchnnuo
(iuotntlon--All Quotations Rased
on Par of 100.
STOCKS. UM. Asked.
Scranton & Plttston Troc. Co. ... 20
National Boring & Drill's Co CO
First National Bank C30
Elmhurst Boulevard Co 100
Scranton Savings Bank 200 ...
Bcrunton Packing Co 93
Lacka. Iron & Stoel Co 150
Third National Bank 330 ...
Throop Novelty M'f'g Co 80
Scranton Traction oC. 15 17
Scranton Axle Works SO
Weston M1I Co 250
Alexander Car Replacor Co 100
Scranton Bedding Co 103
Dime Dcp. & Dli. Bark 145
Lacka. Trust & Safe Dep. Co.. 140 113
Economy, S. II. & P. Co W
Scrnnton Pass. Railway, nrst
mortgage due 1920 115 ...
People's Street Railway, tlrst
mortgage due 1918 115 ...
Scranton & Plttston Trac. Co. ... 90
People's Street Railway, Sec
ond mortgage due 1920 110
Dickson Manufacturing Co 100
Lacka. Township School 5 102
City of Scranton St. Imp. C 102
Mt. Vernon Coal Co 55
Scranton Axle Works 100
Scranton Traction Co 95
Now York Produce JInrkot.
New York, July 2. FlourDull and
nominally steady, closing' n llttlo easy
with wheat. Rye Flour Steady. Conn
iMcal Dull. Rye Quiet; No. 2 western,
36c., c. I. f., Buffalo. Barley Slow. Bar
ley Malt-Dull. Wheat-Spot easy; No. 1
northern New York, 7Cc, f. o. b., afloat;
No. 1 hard Manitoba, 78'.ic., f. o. b.,
afloat; No. 1 northern Duluth, 77c, f. o.
b aoflat, options opened steady and ad
vanced qulto sharply on covering, induced
by firmer Ltveipool news and reports of
rain west, hut Jlnnlly weakened under
realizing and closed '.sa'.iu. net lower; No.
2 red, July, 74rt74c., closed 74c; Sep
tember, 09 15-lCa70 9-lOc, closed 70c; De
cember. 71a72c, closed 71c. Corn
Spot steady; No. 2, :'S?6c. elevator; 29c.
afloat; options opened steady and ad
vanced slightly on less favorable crop
news, reacted under realizing but closed
unchanged to c. net advance; July, 2V
a2Sc, closed 25.c: August, 29a3ue.,
closed 29?,c; September, 3030&c., closed
30c. Oats Spot active for oxports; No.
2, 22c; No 3, 21c; No. 2 white,- 24a25e ;
No. 3 while, 23a24c; track mixed, west
ern, 21a23c; track white, 23n29c; options
quiet nnd easy, closing c. net lotvor;
July closed 21c.; September closed 21c.
Beef Steady; family, $Sal0; extra mets,
$7 50a8; packet, 8a9.00. Uutter Firm;
western ceamery, Ual3c. ; do. factory, 7
ul0c; Elgin, 15c. j Imitation creamery,
!)al2c; state dairy. 10al4c; do cream
try, llalSc. Chcise Steady; lurgo, Ga7;so.;
small, 6a7',e.: part skims, 2a3'2c; full
skims, 2a3c. Eggs tteudy; .itate and
1 tnniyivenln, HalPfcc: western fresh, 10
alO'jC. Tallow Quit t; city, 3.i3lsc; coun
try, 3a3'4c. Petroleum Easy; United
clo.-ed S0c, nominal; refined New Yoik,
$0; Philadelphia and Baltimore, $.1.93, do.
in bulk, $3.50. Molasses Quiet; New Or
leans open kettle, good to choice, 22o2Se.
Pig Iron Steady; southern, 9.23al0.5O;
Philadelphia Provision illnrkct.
Philadelphia, July 2. Wheat-Dull and
easier; contract grade, July, 7Oa70'ie. ;
August, CSaC9c; September and Octo
ber, nominal. Corn Film; No. 2 mixed.
July, 2S',4a2Sc; September, October and
August, nominal. Outs Steady; No. 2
white, July, 21a2.'c; August, September
and October, 24a23c. Butter Unchanged,
fancy western cieamery, 13c; do. Penn
sylvania prints, 10c. ; do. western prints,
15c Eggs Steady; fresh, nearby, 11.-.;
do. western, 10al0c. Cheese Was earner,
New York factory full cream, choice,
7c; New York factory full cream, fair
to good, 7a7c. Refined Sugurs Un
changed. Cotton Firm. Tallow Steady;
city pilme, in hogsheads, 3c; country
prlmo in barrels, 2T;aSo.; dark, do., 2V.-C. ;
cakes, SUaS'tc; grease, 25aa2e. Llvi
Poultry Firm; fowls, 9c; old rooster,
Co.; fprlng chickens, 12alGc Dressed
Poultry Firm; fowls, choice, 9c; do. fair
to good, StiSlic; broilers, western, desir
able sizes, 17al8c; do. small oid scalded,
12al3c; nearby, do., as to size and quality,
17a20c Receipts Flour, 2,600 barrels, S,
0C0 sacks; wheat, 2,100 bushels; corn, 15,
000 bushels; oats, 5,000 bushels. Shipments
Wheat, 17,000 bushels; corn, 130,000 bush
els; oatE, 41,000 bushels.
Chicago Grain Mnrkct.
Chicago, July 2. Tho leading futures
ranged as follows: Wheat July, 05a
CSc; September, C4aCIHc; December,
new, CCaC0c. Corn July, 2la247jc;
Septomber, 25a2Gc; Decembczr, 27a27c.
Oats July, 17al7ic: September, 17a
17c Pork July, S7.67a7.C0; September,
$7.S0a7.70. Lard July, Ji.07a4.05; Septem
ber, $l.20al,15. Ribs July, J4.40a4.4O; Sep
Does It Matter Where
from $1 to $2 on each pair you buy? We watch every manufacturer that advertises
special drives for cash, and if there is anything we can buy cheap, we buy, and we
do not care what race or nationality the concern may be, and then we give the pub
lic the benefit of our great purchase. We merely ask you to visit our store and ex
amine our goods carefully and compare them with other stores, and you will find
we are the cheapest and best shoe house in Scranton for popular priced shoes. We
carry in stock the following fine makes of Ladies' Shoes. They are the
GRAY BROS SHOE MANUFACTURING CO., HARDING TODD MTC CO., JOHN KELLY SHOE MTG CO.
Ladies' Shoes at 49c, 98c, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00, $2.25, $2.50, $3.00
and $3.50. All sizes. Widths A to EE.
Men's Shoes at 49c, 98c, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50,
and $4.00. All sizes and all widths.
Boys' Shoes at 69c, 98c, $1.25 and $1.50. '
Misses' Shoes at 49c, 79c, 98c, $1.25 and $1.50.
Children's Shoes at i2jc. 29c, 49c, 79c, and $1.00.
Every Shoe We Sell We Guarantee to Give Satisfaction or Money Refunded.
MYER DAVIDOW, 307 Lackawanna Avenue
Acknowledged Cheapest Shoe House in Scranton.
tember, J4.52aM7. Cflh quotations
wcr aa follows: Flour Easier: No, 2
spring wheat, 68aC9c.i No. 3 spring wheat,
waiitfc. ; no. 2 tea, 73n70c.j No. Z corn,
24a2f.c.j No. 2 yellow, 26a2Gc; No. 2
oas, 17c.J No. 2 whle, f. o. b., 21a21u,;
No. 3 whle, f. o. b 19a21c; No. 2 rye,
31c; No. 2 barley, nominal: No. 3, f. o. h.,
29a29c.J .No. 4, 27a29cj No. 1 flax seed,
7Ca77c.J prlmo timothy seed, 2.76i mesa
pork, J7.G0a7.Gj; lard, 1.03; Bhort ribs, sides,
JI.30a4.CO; dry salted shoulders, 4a5c:
short clear sides, boxed, sa4&c: whisky,
$1.19; sugars, unchanged. Receipts
Flour, 5,000 barrels; wheat, 3,000 bushels;
com, 320,000 bushels: oats, 373,000 bushels;
rye, 3,000 bushels; barley, 10,000 bushels.
Shipments Flour, 4,000 barrels: wheat,
11,000 bushels; corn, 611,000 bushels; oats,
655,000 bushels; rye, 1,000 bushels; barley,
IliilTnlo Live Stock.
East Buffalo, N. Y July 2.-Cattlc-Ile-celpts,
light) market strong; veals and
calves, receipts light; moderate demand.
Hogs Receipts, fair, 40 cars; market
opened lower and weak: good to 'choice
pigs and light Yorkers, $3.G0a3.65; roughs,
common to good, $3a3.20; pigs, good to
choice, $3.60a3.70; common to fair, J3.50.V
3.G0. Sheep and Lambs Receipts, light;
market active but weak: native yearling
lambs, good to choice, $1.33a4.50; culls to
common yearlings, $3.25a3.59; natlvo
clipped sheep, choice. tO'selected wethers,
$3.90a4.15; culls and common sheep, J2.D0a
Chicago Live Stock.
Chlcngo, July 2. Fair Friday supply of
cattle; demand light and prices barely
steady at yestotday's quotations. Sale.)
weie on a. basts at J3.70a3.10; largely at
5l.2Ti.i4.S5. Tho best calves sold at $7;
Texasi cuttle steady and good Missouri
anJ Nebraska fed lots bringing Jta4.25.
Hogs Dull at further decline of 5 cents.
It was one of the worst day of tho scasuii,
with sales at an extramo range of J3.03a
3.15, mostly at $3.33. In sheep tho lower
range of prices prevailed, although tho
demand was beter. Spring lambs sold
for f.1n5.4Q and sheep sold nt $2d3.75. The
last of the Colorado fed lambs were mar
keted and brought 54.83.
Oil City. Pa., July 2.-Credlt balances,
SO; certificates, 10 bids; shipments, 06,714
barrels; runs, 93.11C tan-els.
"Merit talks" the
intrinsic value o(
Merit in medicine means tho power to
cure. Hood's Sarsaparllla possesses actual
and unequalled curative power and there
fore it has true merit. When you buy
Hood's Sarsaparllla, and toko It according
to directions, to purify your blood, or
cure any of tho many blood diseases, you
aro morally certain to receive benefit.
Tho power to euro is there. You aro not
trying an experiment. It will make your
blood pure, rich and nourishing, and thus
drive out the germs of disease, strengthen
the nerves and build up tho whole system.
Is the best, In fact the Ono True Rloodl'urincr.
1'ieparedonlyby 0. 1. Hood&Co.,I.oucll,Mass.
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FINEST QUALITIES. WHETHER WE
MAKE YOU LOW l'ltlt'ED 0001)5) OR
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213 Wyoming Ave., fifit"gt
Special Attention Given to Busl.
ncss nnd Personal Accounts.
Liberal Accommodations Ex
tended According to Valances nnd
3 Per Cent. Interest Allowed on
WJI. CONNELL, President.
HENKYBELIN,Ji, Vice Pi'cs.
WILLIAM II. PECK, Cashier.
! I DECORATIONS
Vj 1 S TO RENT FOR
s $ 1 4 n
iTING, FLAGS, STREAMERS, PLUG POLES, ETC
All orders promptly
Opposite Alain Entrance
10 Wyoming House.
CALL UP 3632,
MALONEY OIL and MANUFACTURING CO.
OILS VINEGAR AIMD CIDER.
OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE, lii TO 151 MERIDIAN ST.
31. W. COLLINS, Manager.
You buy your shoes so long as you get a shoe you
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