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THE SORANTON TfllBUJQS- TUESDAY MORNING. JULY 13. 1897.
THIS 81'KCIAIi BALK OK FINK WltlTK
CUYHTALH HAS NKVKH 11KKN AI'
l'UOACUKI) IN TlIK HIBTOHY OK THK
EXTRA WHITE AND
YERY BRILLIANT STONES
AIltiSOLn LOWKH THAN THK IlKOULAH
l'JUCIIS ON OUDINAHY COMMERCIAL
STONES. CALL AND LOOK Til KM OVKK.
THEY WILT, HUUEL.Y KUIU'ltlSK THK
317 Lackawanna Ave.
Three Miners, Wliilo Killing In nil
I'mpty Car, Arc Pursued by n Kiin
Away, and In llio Collision Which
Followed, Itcccivo Serious In
juries. Special to the Seranton Tribune.
Forest City, July 12. James Morri
son, Abraham Fox nnd Alex. Tlsco,
three younp men employed in the Clif
ford colliery, narrowly escaped death
on Saturday afternoon, and as It was
were quite severely Injured. They had
quit work for tho day and took an
empty car to ride down the plane to
the foot of tho shaft. They were on
the rear end of the car. A loaded
"runaway" car that had left a cham
ber behind them came down the pjane
at rrent speed. They only knew of
their danger In time to swing partly
out of the direct lino of collision.
Morrison was severely hurt about the
hips, Fox had three fingers smashed
and TIsco's back wus badly Injured.
None of them nre thoucht to be dan
frerously hurt, but their escape from
Instant death was a very narrow one.
They violated the rules of the company
in taklnu.the car to ride on.
AN INKERMAN SHOEMAKER.
Jiookinc After a Fortune of $125,000
Which Ho Fxpects to .'et.
rittton, July 12. Daniel Burke, a
poor shoemaker, llvinir in Inkerman,
near Pittston, will become a wealthy
man If he proves to be the Daniel Burke
Colorado people are looking for. Last
week Mayor Moloney, of Pittston, re
ceived a letter from a man named M.
I. Hard, of Colorado, asking for the
whereabouts of a man named Daniel
31urke, who originally came from Can
ada and lived In Colorado about ten
years ago.and who Is now residing some
place In this vicinity.
While In Colorado, the letter states,
Burke and another man purchased a
claim which then proved practically
worthless. But now a syndicate wants
to purchase the claim and has offered
Its owners $125,000 for It. Burke's part
ner made an effort to dispose of the
property at that price, but he found
It was necessary to have the consent of
his partner before ho could do so. The
letter to Mayor Moloney Is the result.
The fortunate man will leave at once
to Investigate the story.
D0Y SERIOUSLY INJURED.
M'ns Picking Apples, Slipped, nnd a
Chimney Fell on Him.
Vllkes-Barre, July 12. Edward
Loughlln, the 17-year-old son of the
late Edward Loughlln, of Edwards
vllle, whose funeral was held on Satur
day, met with a serious accident last
evening. Young Lougltfin was picking
npples from a tree In the yard of a
M's. Cbrke. Loughlln was on the roar
of a one-story kitchen, when some one
cried out to him, and ordered him to
leave. Ho was frightened and as he
started to climb down took hold of a
terra cotta chimney which gave way
nnd he was precipitated to the ground.
The chimney fell on htm.
It Is not known whether his skull Is
fractured or not and he is In a very
BOY BURNED TO DEATH.
Child Loses Lifo from Use of Coal Oil
to Mnkc a Fire.
Wilkes-Barre, July 12. John Han
ford, tho 4-year-old son of John Han
ford, of Ashley, was burned to death
under sad circumstances. He was In
the kitchen with his mother while the
latter was preparing breakfast.
The fire in the stove would not burn
readily and Mrs. Hanford resorted to
coal oil. When the oil struck the slum
bering embers a sheet of Hame Bhot out
and enveloped tho little boy. The
mother tried to smother the flames by
rolling her son in the kitchen carpet,
but he was so badly hurned that lie
died shortly after.
DEATH BEFORE ARREST.
Corpse Thought to Uo That of n
Wnulcd Stock Dealer.
Avondale, Pa., July 12. It Is thought
tho remains of Samuel Mill, a stock
dealer near this place, who has been
absent from homo several weeks, have
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 aro going out of the Wall Paper business and our stock raus
bo closed out at once, a3 wo want tho rooni for other goods.
Twenty-Are Thousand Rolls to Ijc closed out at tlio fol
lowing prices :
10c wall I'apcr 5of2So Wall Paper 15c
been found near Iron Hill, Md. At
though badly decomposed it is said let
ters found on tho dead body Indicate
that It Is Mill.
A few months ago Mill, who dealt in
blooded stock and lived near New Lon
don, sold some fancy cows to a man
near AVIlllamsport. On representing to
him they had been shipped he received
the cash. The stock not arriving, tho
purchaser came on to see Mill, who ad
mitted the stock had not been shipped,
but said they were In New Jersey,
They started to look for the cattle In
New Jersey. When they reached Broad
street station, Philadelphia, Mill made
some excuse and eluded the country
man, who immediately got out a war
rant for ills arrest, since which time
Mill has not been seen or heard from.
ALLEGED BURGLAR CAUGHT.
Tho Mystery of a Itobberr " Wilkes
Marre lnrnrcU'd Alter a Year.
Wilkes-Bnrre, July 12. In Mnrcli,
1S9G, burglars entered the store of L.
Eppslc-ln on Market street, this city,
and stole goods to the value of $3,000.
As It would require a horse arid wagon
tocarrythepoodsaway the police pooh
poohed the idea of robbery. The store
Is situated In the heart of the city nnd
surrounded on all sides by private
watchmen. No arrests were made. In
September following the store was en
tered again from the rear and clothing,
gents' furnishing goods, Jewelry, etc.,
to the value of $3,500 taken.
Eppsteln now made complaint to the
city authorities and an investigation
was set on foot. The police were mys
tllled nnd they could obtain no clue
until recently, when it wa.s found that
the stolen goods were carried to a room
over the store. There they were boxed
nnd shipped to towns nearby. Eppsteln
hadn't the least idea that the thieves
were located over his head. He saw
the stolen goods being carted away
On Saturday the police arrested It.
Vanluhen, aged 18, charged with being
the leader of the gang that entered tho
store nnd removed the goods. He was
apprehended at Athens, Pa. He was
brought to this city and lodged in Jail.
DECAMPING HUSBAND TAKEN.
Wns About to Flco with His U'ilo's
Hazleton.July 12. John Naprona was
captured in this city with $1,300 on his
person. He was about to leave the
Three months ago Naprona won the
heart and band of Mrs. Mike Yomrorey,
whoso husband had lwen killed In the
Audenried mines a short time before.
By the death' of her husband the
young widow received $000 and her
only child an equal amount. There
were a number of suitors for her hand,
but Naprona won her.
Within the past few days he drew
the wife's wealth from the bank and
was about to decamp with it when
olllcers swooped down on him.
POWER A1ILLS EXPLODED.
Hut Happily Xo One Is Killed or In
jured. Wllkes-Barre, July 12. At 3.30 this
afternoon the "mixer" in Gen. Oliver's
powder mills at Laurel Bun exploded.
A message from there at 3.40 to tho
"The explosion occurred In the mix
ing department; no one Is burned. The
soda and charcoal houses are on fire
and cannot be saved."
It Is not probable any of the other
buildings adjacent to those on lire will
be destroyed, as the entire force of em
ployes are at work fighting the flames.
The explosion was a terrific one and
created great excitement until it was
learned that no one was injured.
AIR. LEISENRNING'S POSITION.
Will Make a Positive Announcement
in a Few Weeks.
Wilkes-Barre, July 12. Much inter
est is felt in the poslton of the Hon.
John Leisenrlng In regard to his can
didacy for governor next year. The
Times says It Is In the position to state
on tho best of nuthority that Mr. Leis
enrlng will make a personal announce
ment In the course of a few weeks in
which his- position In the matter will
be plainly defined.
In the meantime a number of his
personal friends have made a careful
and systematic canvass of the state
and thev feel that the prospects are
DEATH CAA1E SWIFTLY.
Train Kills One Mnn and Fatally
Shenandoah, July 12. Charles Joh'n-
?on and John Metcalf, two well known
young men of St. Nicholas, were re
turning homo from a party at GlllKr
ton, taking the Beading railroad for a
They had not gone far before a train
came thundering along unnoticed by
either. It struck both men. The en
gine and six cars passed over Johnson,
horribly mangling and killing him in
stantly. Metcalf was hurled ten feet
in th'e air. His skull Is fractured nnd
his right arm broken. He, too, will die.
DOG MAIMS A TOT.
Lnccrates Her Face and Thou De
stroys an Eye.
Shnmokln, July 12. A dog attacked
Annie Tryon, aged four years, at
Mount Carmel, almost tearing tho lower
portion of her face off. One of the girl's
eyes was lacerated so badly that the
sight was destroyed.
Tho dog would likely have killed the
little ono had not a man shot it.
AVONDALE BOY LOST.
Wilkes-Barre, July 12. William
Wright, 15 years old, left his home on
Avondale Hill about three weeks ago
and has not been heard from since.
He has light complexion and limps,
owing to having broken his left leg.
Any Information will be thankfully re
ceived by his mother, Mrs. Mark
Wright, Chauncey, Luzerne county.
ADVISORY BOARD NAMED.
Stroudsburg, July 12. Tho following
advisory board has been appointed at
Carpets, Drapsrlaj ani Yall Papers,
419 Lacka. Ave.
Royal makes the food pure,
wholesome and delicious.
ROYl BAKINO POWDER CO., NEW YOU.
the Normal Chautauqua: Hon. J. B.
Storm, president board of trustees of
the State Normal school, and the fol
lowing school superintendents: Pro
fessor James M. Coughlln, Wilkes
Barre; Professor Owen It. Wilt, South
Bethlehem; Professor J, C. Taylor,
Lackawanna county; Professor I. B.
Harrison, Luzerne; Professor W. F.
Hoch, Northampton; Professor A. S.
Belsel, Carbon; Professor I. H. Serfuss,
Monroe; Professor D. L. Hower, Wayne,
and Professor G. AV. Sawyer, Pike.
Tho Ladles' Missionary society of the
Presbyterian church will hold a lawn
festival at the home of M. D. Kvans
tomorrow evening, July 14.
Robert E. Alexander Is In New York
city negotiating for the sale of a pat
ent on a car rcnlacer, that Is far In
advance of anything that has yet been
put upon the market. Mr. Alexander
Is the Inventor of a replacer that Is now
being quite generally used, but the new
contrivance Is said to be much superior
in every respect.
Thomas Watklns. Jr., while driving
near Stillwater, Sunday, was thrown
from his wagon and received several
bad scalp wounds, which requited tho
services of a physician.
Thomas Maxey, of Carbondale, vis
ited relatives here on Sunday.
John Jones, Clifford's famous cornet
player, was the guest of friends and
relatives In Forest City yesterday.
Mrs. Sarah Menhennett has returned
from Lake Como, where she has been
spending part of the summer.
James A. Decker, of Lathrop, Sus
quehanna county, has a 15-months-old
heifer, which has a calf by her side.
Mrs. Kate Du Bols, of New York,
is the guest of her sister, Mrs. James
Mrs. P. G. Harris, who has lieen in
Chicago about two years with her
daughter, Mrs. Wasllker, returned last
Friday and Is the guest of her brother,
E. L. Bacon.
Mrs. C. R. Newton, of Montrose,
spent last Friday with Mr. and Mrs.
It. D. Newton, Dr. Newton's parents.
Mis. O. H. Williams and her sister,
Mrs. Sarah Lamkin, aro visiting friends
in Ithaca, N. Y.
Claude Walker.of Seranton, Is spend
ing a few days with his grandmother,
Mrs. Laura Walker.
T. A. Nesblt, of Newark, N. J., was
entertained over Sunday by Andrew
Ralph D. Williams Is now spending
his nights at home. Instead of remain
ing in the city as heretofore.
Mrs. James Scouton, of Wilkes
Barre, has been visiting her mother,
Mrs. Rebecca Brungess.
Miss Mamie Little is visiting at Hal
stead with her grandfather, Mr. Lod
erclk. Miss Nora Remington has. returned
from an extended trip to Florida.
Tunkhannock has organized a base
ball team with Dean Sampson as man
ager. On Saturday last they played
their first game and beat Mehoopany.
Mrs. Edwin Stone has purchased .
now Columbia bicycle from Albert Mil
ler. Rev. Asplnwall Hodge, of Oxford,
Pa,, occupied the pulpit at the Presby
terian church Sunday mornlnff.
Things That Had Better He Left Un
Here Is a collection of pet expressions
that are worn threadbore by the re
porters, collected by the New York
"A dull, sickening thud."
"Seas of upturned faces.
"A shudder of horror ran through the
"The prim wolf at the door."
"His wan face lighted by a smile.'
"The cruel monster and inhuman
"Wrapped in the arms of orpheus."
"The dickering light cast a sickly
"Her countenance, cold and impas
sive in death."
"She froze him with a single glance."
"Her mother was a lady."
"He chuckled with fiendish glee."
"He hugged a fond delusion."
"A dense silence prevailed."
"Death had no terrors for him."
"He turned on his heel and depart
ed." "Breathless the crowd watched tho
"For a moment he stood irresolute
and then," etc.
"Her mooking laugh reverberated
through tho room."
"He spoke with fine irony."
"The detective looked down at her
beautiful (never otherwise) face."
"Modus vivendl," "mare clausum,"
"casus belli," "In statu quo," "onus
probandl," "do gustlmus non est dlspu
tandum" and others too numerous to
"Couched in a. few well-chosen
"Tho table fairly groaned with delec
table and toothsome viands."
"His frame shook with conflicting
"His appearance was a signal1 for a
"Car and sorrow were written on her
"She flitted by like some apparition."
A LONG TIMi: WAITING.
Curious Epitaph on u French Grave
The "Westminster Gazette says that
an epitaph as curious in Its duy as any
of tho quaint and ingenious gracestono
inscriptions recorded of lato occurs on
a tombstono In the cemetery of a su
burb of Paris. The husband died first,
and beneath the record of his name,
was placed, at his request, tho lino: "I
nm anxiously awaiting for you. July
30, 1827." When his widow died, forty
years after, tho following line com
pleted her inscription: Hero I am.
September f, 1867."
Wall Street Review.
New York, July 12. Sugar occupied the
largo sham of attention In tho stock
markot todny, and its bouynncy wns ns
a sustaining factor through tho whole
list. Extcnslvo covering of short Inter
est carried Sugar up by leaps and jumps,
tho closing being buoyant at 133. The
movement to cover beenmo something
like a stampodo at tho close, largo blocks
changing hands on the rising price. Tho
sales of this stock reached a total of
over 82,000 shares, which was about half
tho aggregate of nil sales. Tho price
reached, IKi, U the highest on record for
the Block. Outside of Sugar tho market
war dull, tho variations of Important
slocks being small and wldo variations
being shown only in unimportant stocks.
Tho Grangers nhowcd marked depres
sion during a portion of tho day, re
ceding an averngo of about a point be
low the early gain, but tney recovered tho
Jobs. Tho anthracite roads wera Arm In
tympathy with the strength of Lehigh
Valley in Philadelphia, and on a belief
In benefits to accruo In the anthraclto
trade from tho Boft coal strike. Total
sules, 115,C53 shares.
Furnished by WILLIAM LINN, AL
LEN & CO., stock brokers, Mears build
ing, rooms 703-700.
Open- High- Low- Clos
ing, est. est. lug.
Am. Tobacco Co .... 7Vi 16V 75j "CU
Am. Sug. Ro'g Co ..li!95i 135 12!)',i 133
Atch., To. & S. Fo .. 12M. 12', 12V4 ViV
A T. & S. F., IT .. 24 21& 23? ZHfc
Chcs. & Ohio 17 17 17 17
Chicago Gas 91 !)! 91 9ii
Chic. & N. W 117U 11714 117V4, 1174
Chic, II. & Q ,: 83 !',& 82
C. C. C. & St. L .... 21H 2S'i 21 2l',i
Chic, Mil. & St. P .. Si it 83U f.Pi
Chic, R. I. & P 74 1W 73' 71
Delaware & Hud ...110U llO-i I1(H4 110
Disit. & C. F lift Ui(, 1114 H!i
Gon. Electric 33; CIH 33 33ji
Louis. & Nash COM, rH 4'W, VJ'.i
M. K. & Tex., Pr .. 30;4 31 31 30
Manhattan Elo 9014 90"! S3'4 S'J
Mo. Paclflo 18 1S 18 18
Nat. Lead ... 304 30V6 30 3014
N. J. Central Sl 93Vi 84 8314
N. Y. Central 101?g 101, 10114 WUi
N. Y., S. & V Pr .. 29)i 20?; 29 293
Nor. Pacific 13 11 13 11
Ont. & West Hai 11 1494
Omaha CIV4 G4 CI 044
Pacific Mall 31 S2H 31 31
Phil. & Read 21 2214 21 22
Southern R. R 9 9 9 9
Southern R. .R., Pr.. 28 28 2S 2S
Tenn., C. & Iron .... 2314 2314 2214 22
Wabash, Pr 14 11 144 1414
West. Union 81 81 81 84
U. S. Leather, IT ... C0 01 C014 C014
U. S. Rubber 1114 H'4 1014 1014
Lehigh Valley 294 2914 29 29
CHICAGO BOARD OP TRADE PRICES.
Open- High- Low- Clou-
WHEAT. ing. est. est. ing.
September 6314 G3 0314 C3
Deeembcr 07 C7 07 0754
Septcmbsr 18 18 13 18
September 20 20'!. 20 20V,
December 27 27 27 27
September 3.90 3.90 3.S7 3.90
September 7.42 7.52 7.42 7.32
Seranton Board of Trade Exchnngo
Quotntions--All Quotations Based
on Par of 100.
STOCKS. Bid. Asked.
Seranton & Pittston Trac Co. ... 20
National Boring & Drill'g Co SO
First Notional Bank C30
Elmhurst Boulevard Co 100
Seranton Savings Bank 200
Seranton Packing Co 95
Lacka. Iron & Steel Co 150
Third National Bank 330
Throop Novelty M'f'g Co 80
Seranton Traction oC. 15 17
Seranton Axle Works 80
Weston Mill Co 230
Alexander Car Replacer Co 100
Seranton Bedding Co 103
Dime Dep. & Dip Bark 143
Lacka.' Tri.st & Safe Dep. Co.. 140
Economy, S. II. & P. Co CO
Seranton Pass. Railway, first
mortgage duo 1920 115
People's Street Railway, flrst
mortgago due 1918 115
Seranton & Pittston Trac. Co. ... 80
People's Street Railway, Gen
eral mortgage, duo 1921 115
Dickson Manufacturing Co 100
Lacka. Township School 5 102
City of Seranton St. Imp. 6 102
Mt. Vernon Coal Co S3
Seranton Axle Works 100
Seranton Trcctlon Co 93
New York Produce .llnrkct.
New York, July 12. Flour Was moder
ately actlvo and steady: city mill patents,
$1.70a4.93; winter patents, J4.30a4.C5; city
mill clears, $l.C0al.75; straights, $3.U5a4.10;
Minnesota patent, $1.10a4.30; winter ex
tras, $3.20a3.50; Minnesota bakers, $3. 40a
333; winter, low gradew, J3.15a3.40. Rye
Flour Quiet; superlino, J2a2.S0; fancy, J2.3G
a2 40. Corn Meal Yellow western, tic;
city, 57aC0c; brandy wine, tl.G5al.K0. Rye
No. 2 western, 37c, c. f Buffalo; car lots,
39a4tc Bailey Quiet; western feeding,
2S',4c, c. I. f Buffalo. Barley Malt-Dull;
western, 40a4.'c Wheat Spot, market
lirm; northern Duluth, Slc, f. o. b
adoat; options opened baroly ete.uly, un
der weak cables, rallied sharply on cov
ering, was weakened by a disappointing
visible supply decreaso but recovered on
late covering and a large reduction In
English stocks, closed ac net higher;
July, 77a7714c: September, 71a71c, closed
7114c: October closed 71 74c. j December,
72a73c, closed 73c Corn Spot steady;
No. 2, 3014c elevator; options opened eas
ier owing to fine crop conditions, but ral
lied later with wheat and closed un
changed to 14c net higher; July closed
3014c; August, 30a30c, closed 30c;
September, 3114a31c, closed, 31c Oats
-Spot quiet: No. 2, 2214c; No. 3,'21c; No.
2 white, 25c; No. 3 white, 21c; track
mixed western, 21a23c; track white,
western, 21a30c: track white, state, 21a
30c; options dull but fairly steady with
corn, closing unchanged to He higher;
July, 2214c, closed 2214c; September
closed 22c Beef Steady; family, $9al0;
extra mess, $7.WaS; beef hams, $24a25;
(packet, ISalS; city extra India mess, J12a
14. Lard Dull and easy; western steamed
closed at $1.03, nominal, Butter Steady;
western creamery, llal3c; factory, 7a
10c; Elglns, 13V4c ; imitation creamery,
9al2c; state dairy, 10al4c; do. cream
cry, llal5c Cheese Steady; large, 7a
7c; small, 714a7c.; part skims, 4a5c;
full skims, 2a3c Eggs Market lirm;
state and Pennsylvania, 2al2c; western
fresh, lla2c Tallow Quiet; city, 3c;
country, 314a3c. Petroleum Dull; no
Chicago Grain Market.
Chicago, July 12. Tho leading futures
ranged as follows: Wheat No. 2 July,
C9a70c: September, 6714a65c; December,
now, C7aC7c. Corn No. 2 July, 25a
2!c.; September, 20a20c. ; December,
2714a27c Oats-No. 2 July, 17al7c:
September, lSnlSlic;. Mesa Pork July
closed at $7.47: September. $7.50a7.52.
Lard September, $3.90a3.90; October,
$3.92a3.95. Short Rlbs-JSeptombor $4.30a
4.35. Cash quotations were as follows:
Flour Steady: No. 2 spring wheat, 70c.;
No. 3, do., 6314cC914c: No. 2 red, 70c; No. 2
corn, 2oa20c; No. 2 yellow, 25?in2Gc; No.
2 oats, 17c; No. 2 white, f. o. b., 21Ua
2214c; No. 3 white, f. o. b., 20.i21c; No. 2
rye, 24c; No. 2 barley, nominal; No. 3,
f o. b 29a31c; No. 4, f. o. b., 2714a30c;
No. 1 flax seed, 77u7S(4c; prlm timothy
seed $2.75; mess pork, J7.45a7.50; lard, $3.Ma
3.82; short ribs, sides, $l.20a4,50; dry
salted shoulders, 4a5c; short clear sides,
4a4c; whisky, $1.19; sugars, unchanged.
for r.rrnr.u hex.
Thin remedy bcinic In
jected directly to tho
neat of those, diseases
of the Geulto-Uriuary
Organs, require no
change of diet. Cure
uaranteed lu 1 to a
luge, by wall, ttl.OO,
U U XUJCJlMold ouly by
1 Wni. (I. Clark. .136 Pcnn Ave,. Seranton. Pa.
Receipts Flour. C.000 barrels! wheAt. 4.-
000 'bushels; corn, 278.000 bushels; oats, 297,
000 bushels; ryo, 3,000 bushels; barley, IS,.
000 bushels. Shipments Flour, 11,000 bar
rels; wiieat, 7Z,w bushels; corn, 406.000
bushels; rye, 73,000 bushels; barley, 1,000
Philadelphia, July 12. Wheat-Firm and
Ha14c. higher; contract grade, July, 71?i.a
71?4c; August, 70a71c; September, nom
inal. Corn c. lower; No. 2 mixed, July,
30a3014c; August, nominal; September,
nominal; October, nominal. Oats Quiet;
No. 2 white July, 24n2Gc; August, 24a23c;
September, 2la25c; October, 24oioc. Flour
Steady: winter superfine, $2.75a2.90i do.
extras, $3a3.25; Pennsylvania roller clear,
$3.70a3.S5; do. do. straight, $3.S5aI; western
wlntor clear, $3.73a3.90; do. do straight,
$3.90a3.95; do. do. stents $4.15a4.35; spring
clear, $3.50a3.75; do. straight, $380a4; do.
patent, $4a4 20: do. favorite brands higher;
city mills extra, $3.10j3.40; do. clear, $4.
4.15; do. straight, $4.1Ga4.25; do patent,
$1.25a4.60. Rye Flour Steady and quiet;
$2.2ua2.33. Butter Firmer; fancy western
creamery, 1514c; do. Pennsylvania prints,
lGc.tdo. western, 16c Eggs Steady: fresh,
nearby, 10allc: do. western, lOalOc.
Cheese Quiet at former rates. Rollncd
Sugars Unchanged. Cotton Steady. Tnl
law Quiet; city prime In hogsheads,
Sc; country do., In barrels, 3c; dark, do,,
2c; cakes, 34c; grease, 2c. Llvo Poul
tryFirm; fowls, lOallc; old roosters, 7a
7c; spring chickens, 12alCc. Dresesd
Poultry Unchanged; fowls, choice, 9c :
do. fair to good, 8a8',4c; broilers, west
ern, desirable sizes, IGalCc; do. 3mnll and
scalded, 10al4c: rcatby, do,, as to size an.l
quality, 13alSc Receipts Flour, 3,000 bar
rels, 5,!00 sacks; wheat, 4,000 bushels;
corn, 44,000 bushels; oats, 52,000 bushels.
Shipments Wheat, 6,000 busheH; corn, 20,
000 bushels; oats, 14,000 bushels.
Chicago Llvo Stock.
Chicago, July 12. Only a fairly active
demand for cattle and prices showed a de
cline of about lOalfia. Sales were largely
at $4.20v4.75 for native dressed beef and
shipping cattle, with sales on a basis of
$3.75a4 for the poorest to $5a5.15 for strict
ly prime beeves, .Stockcrs and feeders,
fairly actlvo at former prices, butchers
and canncrs sold rather freely at 10c
lower. Calves were unchanged. Hogs
Wcro oft 5c with some sales at a drop of
10c Sales at $188.8.131.52, with tho bulk
selling nt $3.10a3.45. Sheep and Lambs
Choice, steady, but others weak and a
shade lower. Sheep sold at $2a3.So for na
tives, with foci westerns adapted to tho
export trado saleable at $3.75a3.90, an-1
common western wanted at $3,23a3.C3.
Lambs sold at $3a5.C0 for culls to primo
spring lambs. Receipts, 21,000 head; hogs,
41.0U0 head; sheop, 17,000 head.
B 11 Halo Live Stock.
East Buffalo, N. Y July 12. Cattle
Market very dull, 10a25c, lower; choice
heavy steers, $l.ria4.C; fulr to medium,
$4.20a4 40; llfiht to good butchers, $3.Soal,10;
prima hclfcrsi $3.63a4.10; stockers, 14c
lower; native, $3.40a3.i0: steers, $3.40ao.G3.
Hogs Market active; Yorkeis, $3.Oa3.s3;
pigs, $3.S0a3.93; mixed, $3.70a3.75; heavy
medium, $2.C3;i3.70. Sheep and Lambs
Market stnady for yearlings and lambs;
lower for sheep: prime lambs, f5.23u5.50,
culls to fair, $1 50a5; yearlings, $3.404.50;
mixed sheep, culls to good, $2.25a3.C5;
lOast Liberty Cnttlc.
East Liberty, July 12. Cattle Market
dull, lower; extra, $4.SOa4.9o; prime, $4.fioa
4.80; common to good fat oxen, $2a3.73.
Hogs Markctactlve;prlme pigs, $3.85a3.S7;
best Yorkers and medium, $3.S0a3.S5; com
mon to fair Yorkers, $3.7ua3.S0; heavy, J3.C0
a3.C5; roughs, $2.23a2,35. Sheep Market
higher; choice, $l.05a4.10; common, $2.C0a
3.25; spring lambs, $4.23a5.50; veal calves,
Oil City, Va., July 12. Credit balances,
SO: certificates, no bids: shipments, 213,
057 barrels; runs, 177,374 barrels.
The output of bituminous coal In tho
states affected by tho strlko last year
was as follows. There Is no trouble In
this state cast of tho Alleghany Moun
tains: Employes Output
Soft coal. Soft coal.
Ohio 24,103 12,500,000
Indiana 9,641 4.0GS.124
Illinois 37.032 19,780,628
West Virginia 18,200 11,000,000
Pennsylvania 83,700 50,925,411
Tho contract for the Jeancsvllle strip
ping has not been awarded, and the gen
eral opinion now Is that It will not be
given out for tho present. Surveyors have
been at work lu measuring tho routes
from No. 4 slope to the No. 1 breaker and
will map out the one which is shortest
and most practical to work on. While
nothing official Is as yet given out It Is
tho opinion of many now that instead of
giving tho strlppngs out tho company
wll make ready to hoist coal from No. 4
but It may be some tlmo yet before such
will bo done. It is thought, however, thut
Is will bo before the winter sets In.
Several capitalists from Philadelphia
visited Stockton last week and viewed
tho machine shops, for which they aro
negotiating. They propose starting a
glass and pressed coal brick works and
if a satisfactory agreement can bo
reached they will nt once begin to re
model the buildings. The new works
would give employment to several hun
Tho American Anthraclto company, of
Philadelphia, William W. Glbbs, presi
dent, and Edwin F. Glenn, secretary, has
mado an assignment for the benefit of
creditors to Edwin F. Glenn. The deed Is
dated July 9, 1897, and conveys a lot,
building and machinery at Schuylkill
avenue and Christian street, Tho com
pany was organized to utilize coal waste
as fuel, but actual experiment demon
strated that twice the amount originally
contemplated, $23,000, would be requlrea
to get tho concern on its feet, and the
ltcstore full, regular action
of the bowels, do not Irri
tate or Inflame, but leave
all the delicate dleeitlre or.
ganltm In perfect condition. Try tliera, M cents.
Prepared only by a L llood A Co., Lowell, Mut
213 LACK&WANM AVENUE.
Has full and complete stock
of all the latest up-to-'
date styles in
Belts, Waist Sals,
Rogers' Silvar -Plated Ware,
Sterling Silver Spoons,
at the very lowest
possible prices at
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Bklns on flro with torturing, dliflgurlng,
Itchlnir, burning, ulocdlng, scaly, and pimply
humors, instantly relieved by a warm bath
with Cuticciia SOAP, aslnplo application of
Cuticuka (ointment), tho great skin curs,
nnd n full dose of CtmcunA Uusomext.
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Thing, Leather covered with
May be found at
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AGENTS FOR REGINA MUSIC BOXES,
130 Wyoming Ave,
HOI CREDIT HOUSE
425 L&CKA. AVE.
LOOK IN TUB POCKETBOOK
nnd no mntter howsmnll the sum nvntlablo
for the purchase of Furniture, It will repre
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ourstore. It Is really wonderful now fur a
ltttlo mono- will go hero.
Manufacturers of the) Celebrates
100,000 Barrels per Acnum
GE0KCE W. COLEMAN,
General Agont for Wyo
ming Valley for tho
I S S. HOB WATER FILTER
And General Agent for Luckawnnmi
County for the Eelipso l''lro Extinguisher.
Tho only Ro'frieanlng water filter that ran
be attached to the main plpo and niters all
the water thot Is used In tho whole building.
Illghlv Indorsed by thephyslclunsnndhighly
appreciated by tho public in general.
Office Rooms 'J3 and 34 Burr Building
aro those by the hnndsome largo steam
ships of the
sailing every wcok day from Now
York to OLD POINT COMFORT. VIR
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OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO.,
Pier 26, North River, New York.
W.L. auiLLAUDni.'Vlce.Pres. ATratllcMer
The Leading Millinery Store,
413 Lackawanna Ave.
This the Greatest
In Seranton. '
Lots or lllbbons so Interesting thnt largo
selling sparolH absolutely necessary. Price
on many or them nro little mora than half
Every Color Wanted.
Every Width Wanted.
GERSON'S. JULIUS 1HI,
4 1 3 Lack. Ave.
SEE JFOlt 10UKSELF.
we have thi: nooDs to show you.
FUOit THE LOWEST l'MCKS TO THE
FINEST QUALITIES. WHETHER WE
MAKE YOU LOW.ritlCED GOODS OU
HIGH WE GIVE YOU MOKE FOR YOUlt
MONEY THAN YOU GET ELSEW11EKE.
W. J. DAVIS,
213 Wyoming Ave., &.
Spccinl Attention Given to BusU
ncss and l'ersotiul Accounts.
Liberal Accommodations Ex
tended According to Balances and
3 Per Cent. Interest Allowed on
Capital, - $200,000
Surplus, - - 320,000
Undivided Profits, 88,000
WM. C0NNELL, President.
HENRY BELIN, Jr., Vice Prcs.
WILLIAM U. PECK, Cashier.
Also fancy home-grown
1 1 Pitt FEU I1L III
CALL UP 3682,
OFFICII AND WAREHOUSE, Ml TO 131
31. COLLINS, Manager.
WWW r&h RESTORES VITALITY.
ir.v. ucr 30th Day.
produce! the above result InMO ilnya. It icH
powprfulljDdqulcklr. Cum vrhou all cthori fill
You-Kioen-wlllreln tbelr lost minhood, and old
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til ffff eta of telf-abuse or eicets and Indiscretion,
ft'hlch unfits one for study, business or marriage- ' '
not only cures by s'jrjlng at tho seat of d.seaae. but
Is a great nertetonlo and blood builder, bring
ing back the pink clow to pale cheeks and re
storing the lire ot youth. It wards on Insanity
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other. It can be carried in test pocket. By inail
81.00 per package, or sit tor S8.00, with posl-i
tlve written guarantee to cure or refund
the money. Olroulsrlree. Address
ROYAL MroiOINE CO.. E3 River St.. CHICAGO. IP
tor tSitl by MATlllEWa UROa, Druv
t;lt siarantoD, l.
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