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THE SOUANTON TRIBUing-TUTSgDAY 3rOXl3S"IQt JULY 27. 3 897.
For the Best
On to the most reliable largest assortment,
lowest prlcei In Italr Goods. We mnks
WIGS, SWITCHES, BANGS,
PUFFS, WAVES, ETC.
(Satisfaction guaranteed lu Ladles' and
mid Gents' Wig" for street wear. Wo have
Tonics, Bleaches, Rouges
Ask to see the Idenl ilntr Brush, genuine
Siberian bristle air cushioned. Children's
Hair Cutting receives our Hpeclal attention.
317 Lackawanna Ave.
CARNIVAL OF BURGLARS.
i'ivo More Places in the Vicinity of
Wilkes-Hnrro i:ntcrcd--Tnlk oi
Orgnniing n Voluntary Detective
Wllkcfc-narre, July 2G. Says the
Time?: Five buiglarlcs were commit
ted on the "West Side within the last
thiee nights, four beinj? saloons. At
2.H0 Satuiday mornine the saloon of
John Altuczlnas, in Edwardsvllle, was
entered by masked burglars. The win
dow In the lear of the kitchen was
forced opon and the burglar proceeded
upstnlrs with a lighted candle In his
hand and entered tho apartments of a
family who rents rooms from Mr. Al
tuc7lnas. It happened that the wife
was sitting up -with a sick baby and
when the masked burglar entered the
woman became speechless with fright
mid was unable to slve an alarm. The
burglar, undaunted, went down cellar
and, with his compiinlons, pried off the
collar door and they helped themselves
to the contents of several kegs of
Satuiday" night burglars entered Al
exander Maslowakl's saloon on West
Main street, Plymouth, by cutting a
pane of glass out of a side window.
In the morning when the saloon was
opentd euy thing was found In confu
sion. A search revealed the fact that
?3 In money and several bottles of
w lilskey had been stolen. There Is no
clue to the robbers.
The saloon of Stanley Szakalum on
Main street, directly opposite the Eley
house, was entered by thieves some
time during last night. At this place
the burglars made a considerable haul,
taking away with them between forty
and fifty dollars, several bottles of
whiskey and a thousand cigars.
An attempt was made to enter the
store of Chailes Shupp at Plymouth, on
Saturday night about 11 o'clock. One
of the clerks who sleeps in the store
heard a noise In the alley In the rear
and peering through the shutters dis
covered three men attempting to enter.
Procuring the services of Constable
John John, he went Into the alley, and
with the aid of the constable succeed
ed In anestlng one of the men. "When
taken before Squire Walters he gave
Ills name as Joseph H. Smith, and stat
ed that he was from New York city.
The 'squlte committed him to Jail for
A mysterious robbery was committed
in the saloon of Mrs. Bildget Rooney on
Main street, Plymouth, some time Sat
uiday night. Several bottles of whis
key were stolen, also a Jug of whiskey
and sevetal boxe3 of cigars.
On Saturday nlsht some unknown
person entered the shifting shanty at
the Avondale colliery and carried off a
good suit of clothes belonging to the
Hie boss, W. C. Noyle. In the pockets
was a chain valued at $12 and $1.98 in
This free and easy robbing Is becom
ing a thing of such frequent occur
rence that patience has ceased to be a
Virtue and a business men's league Is
in contemplation for the employment of
a private detective to break up this
gang of midnight depredatois.
SNAKE TORTURED FOR YEARS.
X-ltny Hcvralcd the Itcptilc in n
Wo mini's Abdomen.
S'namokin, July 26. Mrs. W. If. Moy
ei, of No. 311 West Chestnut stieet,
for the flrbt time In eleven years slept
soundly Saturday night. A snake had
ceased torturing her. She weighed al
most ISO pounds when the reptile
found lodgement in her stomach, Now
she weighs somewhere about 110. Sho
is the mother of eight children, most
of whom iomped about the house in a
Joyful manner todav, while the hus
band's face beamed with pleasure. It
was the flist real day of happiness In
the Moyer household for many years.
TJcven years ngo the Moyers resided
in Kalmla, near Tower City, Schuylkill
county. Thers was an overflowing well
near the homestead. One night at 9
o'clock Mrs, M,oyer took a drink from
the well. As the contents flowed down
her throat, she felt a tickling, scratch
ing sensation. She was sure she had
hwallowed a lizard. However, she
could not eject whatever It was, and
for ten months tried to force tho mys
terious occupant from her stomach
without nvan, Physicians toldi her
thnt she was likely troubled Svlfn a
tape worm or pomethlng else. She took
various medicines, but nothing relieved
her. During the past year her agony
woo greater than ever.
A marvelous euro lcr
i " ny d kw cuy Ufa
I . i i V8 nana tTSS.
JlSVSVi. nnical ., flfl nroAdwnv, Nw York
FULL IHFORMATIOn GLADLY MAILED FREE.
,:. . . - Aiiiiruirifunopwrtfl
25 PER CENT. LESS THAN COST 10 CLOSE.
31 Pisces Good Body Brussels Carpets :. 79C
45 Pieces Best Body Brussels Carpets 89c
75 Best Moquette Rugs $1.89
10,000 Rolls Wall Paper One-Half Price.
Call early and get a bargain, as this is a bona fide sale,
I. SCOTT SNGLIS. UmT&Z.,im-
Three weeks ngo Mrs. Moyer and her
daughter, Kctle,vislted Robert X. Qler
Ing, nt a local hotel. He had on X
ray machine, and when the light was
turned on a slim, lengthy dark object
was seen twisting about the abdomen
at an alarming rate, as if the light
had frightened It.
Dr. F, A. Clarke administered a pow
erful medicine to kill whatever living
object was within hen Aweck ngo
tho mcdlclno began taking effect, and
It aroused tho unknown occupant to
great activity. Finally It subsided,
end yestcrdiy she was relieved of tho
Recklessness Causes n Fireworks
Plant to Hlowlfp.
Hazleton, July 20. Another terrific
explosion occurred at Mllnesvlllo yes
terday, and thnt no lives were lost Is
miraculous. Tony Mnrclietta, an Ital
ian, manufactures fireworks in the
town, and this afternoon, In his ab
sence, some one Ignited a cracker near
In less than live minutes the whole
establishment was blown up. Windows
were shattered and missiles were
strewn about a distance of a mile. Tho
shock was heard for miles around.
SMOKED IN A HAYMOW.
Cnrelossnoss ol'llojs Led to Destruc
tion of u Ilarn by Tire.
Uloomsburg, July 26. The Iatgc new
barn of Alexander Brothers & Co.,
caught fire yesterday afternoon and
was entirely destroyed, together with
a large amount of hay and stiaw. Tho
lliemen directed their efforts to saving
the Third street public school building,
npaiby, tind by dint of hard work suc
ceeded. The loss Is $1,000.
It Is supposed that the fire was caus
ed by boys smoking In the mow.
ANTHRACITE IN DEMAND.
JIa7leton, July 2G It was announced
today that tho collieries hereabouts
may work six days this week, If the re
quited number of cais can be received
at the mines. The bituminous coal
strike has created a great demand for
anthracite, but the cars are not avail
able. LAKE WINOLA'S SHORES.
Saturday Evening's Dance n Com
plete Succcss--Attendcd by Nearly
Three IIundrcd---Wlint Scrnn-
toninns Are Doing Over Here and
M ho They Arc.
Special to Tho Tribune.
Lake Wlnola, July 20 A delegation
of sixteen from Waverly, nearly as
many from Clark's Summit and ptles
from Factoryvllle and Tunkhannock
and ntarly one hundred from here
abouts, enjoyed the most brilliant
dance of the season on Saturday even
ing at The Wlnola. At the closo of
each dar.ee the musicians Mr. Loh
mann and Miss Roche were vociferous
ly encored. Their work on the violin
and piano wps the feature of the dance
and had much to do with Its success.
A fashionable crowd of spectators and
merry promenaders had possession of
the hotel veranda during the evening.
Mr.DavId J. Davis, of South Main ae
nue, spent Sunday on the Point.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Morgan and Mrs.
D. I.,. Morgan, of North Hyde Park ave
nue, are enjoying the hospitality of the
Swartz's. The latter's husband Is ex
pected to Join tho party tomorrow.
Mrs. John Barrowman and daughter,
Kate, of Washburn strcot, are visiting
nt the "Mlzpah,"
Messrs. John Howell and Charles Hart
lej have departed from our midst. We
are sorry. Yes, real sorry. Mr. Hart
ley's feats In necromancy and ventrilo
quism are known to nearly every Scran
tonlan. While here Mr. Hartley came In
contact with Beveral "easy maiks," and
ns a consequence several of our natives
have something more than a faint rec
ollection of their acquaintance.
Messrs. E. R. Parker, Al Turner, Al
Davis and A. M. Morse enjoyed a very
successful piscatorial outing on the Sus
quehnnna river on Friday.
The sail boat which was recently
launched by the Messrs. Guy and Lu
Long, of Wllkes-Barre, has surpassed all
expectations. It Is by far the fastest
boat on the lake, and the aichltectural
beauty Is admired by every one. Its
length Is nineteen feet, with a seven
foot beam, and draws but one foot of
l'rank Gould, son of the late Jay Gould,
of New York, was a visitor last week.
He was accompanied by his nephew,
Harold Northrup, and sister, Helen
Gould. They are visiting friends at Tunk
hannock. Al Davis, of Clarke Brothers' stores,
hat returned homo after enjoying a brief
Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Shedd and their
guest, Mls Hansan, of Philadelphia, were
at the Wlnola house Sunday.
The Misses Flo Glbbs and Anna Mun
son are spending tho week nt this re
sort. Arthur La Mont, of Clark's Summit,
took dinner at the Sans Souci Sunday.
Samuel Powell and family will vacate
the "Idlewlld" cottage the latter part of
the week, after a month's sojourn. D. D.
Kvans and family will occupy the cottage
foi the remainder of the season.
Master T. Smith Morso visited rela
tives at this place Sunday.
The many friends of E. R. Parker,
the sporting goods dealer, of Spruce
street, will learn that his health Is Im
proving wonderfully since he came here.
The family of T. D. Davis have re
turned to their home, on South Main ave
nue. They have been rusticating dur
lnc tho past month on tho point.
Messrs. Percy Waters and George Bar
rowman, of tho S. B. C, were among
the many wheelmen who visited us Sun
day. "The Wlnola" register contains the
names of tho following Sorantonlans,
who spent Saturday and Sunday with
Colonel Trear: W. E. Bittenbendcr,
CharleB Relhl, B Stevens, J. McDonnell,
W. C. McDonnell. F. A. Shlrur, G. D.
Hinds, Jacob Pfelffer, George Pfclffcr,
F. A. Wrlngley, Walter TUson, L. I.
Snyder, C. M. Spencer, J. J. Coyne. M. J.
Donohue, John Mullln, John Nallln, Ed.
Matthews, John McDonnell, Mamie
Coyne, Katie Donohue, Ella Donohue,
Annie Fltzhenrlg, J, Vlpond, Jr., and C.
M. Courtw right.
Colonel Frear lost one of his finest
horses on Saturday evening from conges
tion of the lungs.
A party of young men from Factory
's illo, are encamped on tho Scranton side
next to the "Nesmuc Lodge." '
Mr. William Bright, of tho North End,
Is occupying the Vesper cottage.
Miss Elizabeth Fracc, of Clark's Sum.
mlt, Is resting at tho Sans Soucl this
Royal mikes the food pure,
wholesome and delictum.
SOTAl XUttNQ eoWDlR CO , lt VOKK.
Alleges Agues Morahan, Nettl Druff
ner and Mary Duddy have returned af
ter 'visiting at ITarrisbura and Dan
ville. Miss B. Fadden, of Plttston, and
guests, Misses McLaughlin and Flnne
gan, Messrs, Brennan, Hale and Brad
shaw, of Shenandoah, were calling on
friends here on Sunday.
Miss Mary Morahan, of Inkerman,
Is a guest at the Morahan residence.
W. L. McLaughlin, of Mayfteld, is
spending several days In town.
Walter Mullln, of Mlnookn, was a
visitor nt tho Flynn residence on Sun
day. The funeral of John Joyce was large
ly attended on Satuiday morning at
St. Maty's church, where a requiem
mass was celebrated by Rev. M. V.
Crane, who preached a very appropil
ate funeral sermon. Beautiful floral
emblems were carried by Andrew Bos
lmrd and Thomas O'Malley. The pall
bearers were. Postmaster Fltzslm
mons, Hon. J. J. Morahan, Charles
Smith, Roger Hlnes, Thomas McGlynn,
and Edward Barrett, Plttston. Inter
ment was made In Market street ceme
tery, Plttston. A large number of peo
ple from Wllkes-Barre, Plttston and
surrounding towns were In attendance.
James O'Brien, of Wilkes-Barre, was
a visitor 'In town on Saturday.
Sunday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock light
ning struck the flagpole of the Avoca
Hose house on Main street, and was
transmitted alone the entire front of
the building, doing considerable dam
age to plaster and destroying several
The bans of matrimony have been
announced between James Kelly and
Mls3 Norah Burke, of this place.
Miss Fanny McGee and Miss Fanny
Atkinson, of Scranton, are visitors In
John Lynott and sister, Miss Anna, of
Scranton, visited at the O'Malley resi
dence en Sunday.
An Interesting game of base ball
took place Sunday afternoon on tho
Dupont grounds between the Indians
of Cork Lane and the Cowboys of Du
pont, which resulted in a victory for
the latter, the score being 3-7.
Miss Margaret Davis, of Jermyn, Is
a visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
G. M. Lower.
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Kellev, of
Providence, were guests at -the resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. James Walsh,
of Grove street, en Sunday.
There will be a special meeting this
evening at the home mission of the
Primitive Methodist church, at the
home of Mrs. E. S. Torr, Main street.
All members are requested to bo pres
ent. Fred C. Hand and son, of Scranton,
were In to,n on Sunday.
A meeting of the members of St.
Mary's church was held Sunday even
ing to malce preparations for their ex
cursion to Lake Ariel on Aug. 18. Tick
Last evening the Shakespeare club en
tertained a number of the young gentle
men at the home of Miss Evelyn Carlln,
on Third street. This was given In hon
or of Miss Bertha Pope, a member of
tho club, who will leave town shortly.
On Saturday afternoon the Laceyvllle
baso ball team came down evidently sure
of winning a game, but we were very
sorry to disappoint them. The score was
1-2 In favor of Tunkhannock.
Yesterday while Dald Gray was freez
ing Ice cream at his confectionery store,
on Tioga street, by means of steam ho
caught tho little linger of his right hand
In the cogs of tho freezer. Doctors Bard
well and Denison wero summoned and
tho linger was amputated at the lower
Marcy D. Miller, of this place, says
that when he was In Liberty, N, Y a
short time ago, he saw Henry Harding
on the street. He spoke to Harding but
the latter said that he was mistaken In
the rnan. Marcy, however, does not agree
Our public schools open on Monday,
After much deliberation our town coun
cil has decided to spend POO for elec
trio lights for our streets. There has
been much discussion on the subject of
electric lights for the past six months.
The resolution adopted by the council at
their last meeting regarding electric
lights was somewhat disfigured, as com
pared with the first proposition offered
by the enthusiasts, and leaves the bor
ough In a much better position. Tho
Scanton parties that are going to In
vest their money in this enterprise will
probably gle the matter mora serious
consideration than thoso who are work
ing up the scheme. Tho council has
nsreed to contract for the lights for one
Miss Mary Hahn, of Meshoppen. has
been visiting County Superintendent Jar
vis and wife.
Misses Florence and Lulu Luckenblll,
of Wllkes-Barre, have been spending
some time with their undo, Louis Luck
enblll. Tomorrow evening tho Tritons will hold
nn Ice cream festival on Court Houso
Attorney Howard M. Streetor, of Scran
ton, was In town on Saturday.
Mrs. C. J. Reed spent Sunday. with ex
Sheriff Knapp and family, near Falls.
Lute Barlow was In Scranton on Sat
Mrs. Edwin Stono spent last week with
relatives at Stuel.
Miss Packer, of Delano, Is visiting her
aunt, Mrs. Dr. A. B. Woodward.
Miss Harriet Cooke, of Plain, N. Y
Is isltlng her cousin Jilss Daisy Chllds.
James. W. Piatt and family are occupy
ing the cottago at Lake Carey.
Joe Fassett, of Homer, N. Y Is In
town for a few. days.
Ed. Stone has returned from Erie,
where he was called as a United States
Ed. Mentzer has been spending a week
with his father, at Lake Carey,
Arthur Stebblns, of Jlaltlmore, is spend
Ing a few dayB In town, Mrs. Stebblns
has been visiting here for the past two
Trank M. Dolph, a former business
man, of Forest City, now a resident of
Scranton, was a visitor here Saturday,
President L. H. May has called a spe
cial meeting of the directors of tho
Young Men's Christian association for
Friday evening next, July 30. Tho meet
ing will bo held In the room on Center
street, commencing at 7.30. All Interested
In the work of tho association are also
given nn Invitation to bo present.
This li tho season of tho year when
the huckleberry picker has his innings,
and at no time, even In the memory of
tho "oldest Inhabitant," has tho crop
been larger or of better quality, On
tho Wnyno county range of mountains
cast of Forest City, tho ground is lit
erally bluo for miles with the luscious
fruit, and almost every day hundreds
of pickers nro at work. It Is safo to esti
mate that from flva hundred to a thou
sand quattn have been brought from tho
mountain by wny of Forest City every
duy for n week of moro past, and yet
thcro Is no perceptlblo lessoning of the
supply. Loads of peopio como from
miles around "huckleberrylng," and all
depart with as many as they have time
to pick or care to carry. Tho berries are
now retailing here for live cents a quart.
At present a party of elgnt men from
arcat Bend have pitched a tent near
what Is known ns tho "Flat Rock."
They havo thrco teams and nro both
picking and buying berries. If thoy stay
long and improve their opportunities thoy
will return with enough to supply every
housewife In tho vicinity of the Big
Oscar Hlnes, who was for several years
a resident of this place, but who now
lives at Burnwood, renewed old acquaint
ances hore yesterday.
Herman H. Carpenter, of Oneonta, N.
Y., was here on business yesterday. To
morrow ha will start for the Klondlko
gold fields, to prospect and take up a
claim. There is much talk of organizing
a party In Forest City to go in tho
spring to tho Alaskan El Dorado.
Burglars entered tho home of N. C.
Tiffany last Saturday evening between 8
and 0 o'clock, and secured ten dollars
In cash and some wearing apparol. All
tho members of tho family happened to
bo out of the houso at that time.
Mrs. Lllllo Bacon, who has been visit
ing In Scranton and Jermyn, tho past
week, returned home Saturday evening.
Neal V. Walker, who has been em
ployed In Buffalo for some tlmo, returned
Saturday. Ho and his father, N. L.
Walker, will go to Keelcrsburg, where
ho will assist In managing tho lumber
business which his father has there.
Row S. D. Waterbury left Monday for
a two or three weeks' vacation at his
former homo In New York stnte.
Attorney O. Smith Klnner, of Tunkhan
nock, Is spending a few days with his
mother, Mrs. Emma Klnner.
Andrew Wnlker, Frank Baker, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Dr. Harry Wilklns nnd Genevieve
Bacon drove to Crystal Lake Sunday,
bringing Mrs. Nellie Severance homo with
them to spend a few days with her cous
in, Mrs. Dr. Wilklns.
Clarence McConnell, of Blnghamton,
spent the Sabbath here with fi lends.
Wall street Review.
New Ycrk, July 2i3 The market ended
today In a draw w ith the ad antage slight
ly In favor of the bulls. Tho confuted
and Ir2rgular sharp dtcllnes and Lipid
recoveries alternating commonly called
a criss-cross, market, continued through
out the day. To take profits at the ac
complishment of that which has caused
an anticipatory rise Is a way they havo
In the streets. This, with const ess jid
Journed nnd the tariff disposed of, profes
sional speculators unloaded and sold short.
The total sales today were 113,913 shares.
Furnished by WILLIAM LINN, AL
LEN & CO., stock btokers, Mears build
ing, rooms 70i-70.
Open- High- Low- Clos
ing, est. est. lag.
Am. Tobacco Co .... Sli 4 80 84
Am. Cot. Oil M 15 U u
Am. Sug. Re'g Co ..U3!4 143'4 1301, 139X,
Atch., To. & S. re .. 13& 13?8 1314 13'4
A., T. & S. F., 1'r .. 23',i zuTu 2G iibU
Can. Southern 50 lt 51,, 50?4 51
Ches. & Ohio 18V lS'i 18'i, 1SU
Chicago Gas 9S1 WU 95U
Chic, .t N. W 11714 1171 U7'i 1171',
Chic, B. &. Q SS 86S HVi 87H
C. C. C. & St. L .... 281i 2Si 27t 28
hlc, 'Mil. & St. P.. 8Sli 834 S7Vi 87'fc
Chic, R. I. & P 81U S3'8 Sl'i SI?,
Delaware & Hud ...114'J in 114 lllj
D., L. & W 157 15S 157 154
Dlst. & C. F 131a 13 1 13
Gen. Electric 33't 33 33 JA,
Louis. & Nash 53 51 53 5"i4
M. K. & Tex., Pr .. 34 33 S34 33
Manhattan Elo 92'4 94'a 914 93'&
Mo. PaclfU 24 25?, 24 2J'
Nat. Leid 34 33?8 34 31
N. J. Central 88V4 89 8S12 M
N. Y. Central 102 102 1011 102
N. Y L E. & W ... 13' i 15 15 15
N. Y., S. & W 144 14'i 14 14'4
N. Y S. & W., Pr .. 33 34i 3314 34
Nor. Pacific, Pr 11 42 4114 415',
Ont. & West 15 1G!4 1 K
Omaha S3!a 63 05 C3
Pacific Mall 31 31 30 31
Phil. & Read 23 2414 23 24
Southern R. R. 9 9 9 8)i,
Southern R. R., Pr.. 30 30 30 S0
Tenn., C. & Iron . 24 23 24 24
Texas Pacific 12 12 12 1
Union Pacfflo 7 S 7 7
Wabash 6 fi cy. (i
Wabash, Pr 15 16 15 16
West. Union 83 86 84'4 85
W. L 1 1 i ij8
U. S. Lett her ........ 7 7 7 7
U. S. Lsather, Pr... 62 3 G2 G34
U. S. Rubber 11 11 n It
Lehigh Valley 31 3114 3114 3114
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE PRICES.
Open- High- Low- Clos-
WHEAT. Ing. est. est. Ing.
September 7314 74 72 72
December 7414 75 73A 73
September 17 17 17 17
September 27 27 26 2G
December ........ 2S 2S 27 "7
September 4 22 4.27 4 22 4,25
December 4 33 4 37 4 33 4.33
September 7.77 7.80 7.72 7.72
Sornnton Hoard of Trnilo Exchange
Qiiotntions.-AIl Quotations Bused
on Par of 100.
STOCKS. ma. Asked.
Scranton & Plttston Trac. Co. ... 20
National Boring & Drlll'g Co 80
First National Bank C30
Elmhurst Boulevard Co 100
Scranton Savings Banle zoo ...
Scranton Packing Co 93
Lacka. Iron & Steel Co., 150
Third National Bank 330
Throop Novelty M'f'g Co 80
Scranton Traction oO. 15 17
Scranton Axle Works ... so
Weston Mill Co 50
Alexander Car Replacer Co J00
Scranton Bedding Co 105
Dime Dep. & Die Bark 145
Lacka. Trust & Safe Dep. Co.. 110 ...
Economy, S. II. & P. Co 0
Scranton Pass. Railway, first
mortgage due 1920 115
People's Street Railway, first
mortgage due 1918 lis
Scranton & Plttston Trac. Co. ... so
People's Street Railway, Gen
eral mortgage, duo H'Jl 115
Dickson Manufacturing Co 100
Lacka. Township School 5 103
City of Scranton St, Imp, 6 10J
Mt. Vernon Coal Co ... 83
Scranton Axle Works 100
Scranton Traction Co 93 ...
New Yorlt Produce .Unrkct.
New York, July 26. Flour Opened
strong, but the late decrease In wheat
shut out buyers and tho closo was easier;
Minnesota patent, J4 35a4 60; winter pat
ents, Jl.33a4.70; do. straights, S4.O5a4.20; do.
extras, 3 2Oa3.G0; do. low grades, 2 90a3 30.
Wheat Spot quiet; No. 2 red store and
Should be In every family
medicine chest and every
traveller's grip. They are
Invaluable when the stomach
la cut ot order; cure headache, blllouueti, and
all liter troublei. Mild, and efficient, u ccoti.
clovator, 80a8Oc, f. o. b afloat, Au
gust; No. 1 northern New York, 86o., f.
o. b afloat; options opened strong, weak
ened, lost all tho early advance nnd closed
unchanged to c, net higher; sales In
cluded No. 2 red, July, Ma86c, closed
83c; September, 78a80c, closed 78c;
December, 79 6-16a80c, closed 79c. Corn
Spot steady; No. 2, 31c. elevator; 32c.
afloat; yelow mixed, 3314c; options opeiud
strong, sold off and closed lic. net
lower; July closed 31?c; August, 31a
32c, closed 31 Vie,; September, 31?ia32c,
closed 31?4c; December closed 3311c Oats
'Spot steady; No. 2, 22c; No. 3, 21c; No.
2 white, 25c; No. 3 white, 24c; track
mixed, western, 2Ia23c; track white,
western and state, 2314a30c; options quiet
but steady, closing unchanged; Septem
ber, 21n21c, closed 21c. Beef Firm.
Butter Quiet; wostnrn creamery, llal5!.;
Elglns, 15a; Imitation creamery, 91ial2c;
statu dairy, 10al4c; do. creamery, llal5c.
Cheese Steady; largo white, 7a714o.;
largo, colored, 7c; small, colored, 7
7140.5 small, white,, 7a7c; part skims, 4a
6c; full skims, 2?ia3c. Eggs uQlct;
state and Pennsylvania, 1214al3c; west
ern, 12c Tallow Dull. Petroleum Dull.
Philadelphia Provision .Mnrkot.
Phlladslphla, July 36. Wheat Dull and
c. lower; contract grade, July, 7814
78c; August, 78a78c; September and
October, nominal. Corn Firm; No. 2
mixed, July, 31a31Uc; August, 31a31ic;
September and October, nominal. Oats
Steady; No. 2 white, July, 2la2jc: Au
gust, Z3ii&24c; Septerrber, 23l4a24c; octo
ber, 24a25c Flour Firm, 10c per barrel
higher; Pennsylvania roller, clear, old,
$3 85a4.10; do. new, $3.70a3 80; western win
ter clear, old, J3 85a4.M; do. straight, old,
$4.10a4 25; do. patent, old, J4,25a4.40; spring
clear, $3 60a3.90; do. straight, J4 25a 1.40; do.
patent, $4.40a4.65; do favorite brands high
cr; city mills extra, $310a3.10; do. clear,
now, $3 83a4 Rye Flour Unchanged.
Butter Steady; fancy western creamery,
13c; do. Pennsylvania prints, 16c; do.
western prints, 16c. Eggs Firm; fresh,
nearby, 12c; do. western, 1114al23. Chiese
Unchanged. Refined Sugars Strong
and 10 a. m. all grades advanced l-lCac;
powKlered, cubes and crowia. A, &cx;
granulated, crystal A and diamond A, 5c. ;
onfectloners A, 4c; No. 1, 4c. down to
4c. for No. 12; No. 13 at 4c; No. 14 at
3c." No. 15 at 3c; No. 16, 3c Cotton
Unchanged. Tallow Steady; city prime
In hogshead, 3c; country, in barrels, 3c;
dark, 2c; cakes, 314c; grease, 2Hc Live
Poultry Steady; fowls,, lOVic; old roos
ters, 7c; spring chickens, 10al3. Dressed
Poultry Firm; good demand; fowls,
choice. He; do. fair to gooii, lOalOlsc;
broilers, western, desirable sizes, 14al5c;
do. small and scaldel, 10al3c; nearby, do ,
as to size and quality, 16al8c Receipts
Flour, 1,100 barrels, 13,000 sacks, wheat,
3"),000 bushels; corn, 108,000 bushels; oats,
3,000 bushels. Shipments-Wheat, 18,000
bushels; corn, 4,500 bushels; oats, 16,000
Chicago (irnin ."Market.
Chicago, July 26. The leading futures
ranged js follows: Wheat No. 2 July, 78a
76c; September, 73a7334a721ic; Decem
ber, 74a74a73l2a73c Corn-July, 27a
ZOHc; September, 27a26a2Cc ; Decem
ber, 28'$u2Sa277i,c; May, 3la30!4n30c.
Oats July, 17al7'sc , September, 17a
17Nc ; May, 201ja20c. Pork July closed
$7.67; September, $7.77'fca7 722. Lard
September, J4 2ia4.25; October, $4.2712a
4 274 Ribs September, $4 67al 67; Oc
tobo $1.70a4 70. Cash quotations were as
folows: Flour Steady; No. 2 spring
wheat, 76'ic; No. 2 spring wheat, nomi
nal; No. 2 red, 76a78c; No. 2 yellow corn,
2C'4a26c; No. 2 corn, 26a26c ; No. 2
oats. 17',c; No. 2 white, 21!4a22c; No. 3
white, 20a22c; No. 2 rye, 3Sc; No. 2 bar
ley, nominal;; No. 3, f . o b , 27o31c; No. 3,
f. o. b, 34c; No. 1 flax seed, 81l4a83c.;
prima timothy seed, $2 75; pork, $7.70a7.75;
lard, $4.17a4.20; ribs, 5a5c; shoulders,
4a5c; sldeH, 4a4c; whisky, $1.19; sug
ars, unchanged, riour Receipts, 10,000
barrels; wheat, 79,000 bushels; corn, 491,
000 bushels; oats, 361,000 bushels; rye, 17,
000 bushels; barley, 12,000 bushels. Ship
mentsFlour, 13,000 barrels; wheat, 143,000
bushols; corn, 1,320,000 bushels; oats, 371,
000 bushels; re, 49,000 bushels; barley, 11,
000 bushels. On the produce exchange to
day the butter market was firm; cream
ery, 10allc; dairy, 7al2c Cheese Dull;
6a9c Eggs Firm; fresh, 914c
Huirulo Live Stock.
East Buffalo, N. Y., July 2fl. Cattle
Market active and lOaloc. higher; prime
steers, $4 85a3; but few here; good to
choice shipping, $4 G0a4.75; light to me
dium, $4 35a4 50; light to fair butchers, $4a
4 25; choice fat heifers, $4.15a4.50; light to
good, $3 25a4; old to good fat cows, J2.40a
3.75; bulls, steady, $2.65a3.73; stockers and
feeds, active, 10c higher; fresh cows,
dull, $2a4 per head; lower; veals, $4a5.50.
Hogs Market active and higher; York
ers, generally, $4; light lots, $4.10a4 15;
pigs, same; mixed packers, $3S3aJ90; me
diums, $3 80, asked; heavy, $3.75a3 SO,
roughs, $3 20a3 40. Sheep and Lambs
Market dull, ac. lower for lambs; good
to choice, $4 751.5; few selected, higher;
culsl to fair, $3.73al 50; yearlings, $4a4 50,
mixed fcheep, $3 50u40; wethers, $4.15a4 23;
no exports here.
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, July 26. Cattle Prices strong
er and desirable offerings sold 10c. higher
than Saturday. Common to extra native
beef steers, $3 Soa5.15, the bulk at $4 20a4 80;
stockeds and feeders, $3 20a3.80. Calves
Unchanged. Hogs Strong and prices 5a
10c higher, the bulk of tho offerings sell
ing at $3EGa3.70 with an extrame rango of
$3.30 to $3 80. Sheep Active and prices
firm, $2.50a4.23 for inferior to prime lots;
good to prime rangers sold at $3 85a4;
good to cholco fed westerns at $3.80al.
Lambs sold actively at $3 50a5.40 for com
mon to prime. Receipts Cattle, 13,500
head; hogs, 30,000 head; sheep, 18,000 head.
New Vork Llvo Stock.
New York, July 2fi. Steers Market ac
tive, firm; rougih butcher stock slow,
weak; native steers, $4a5; stags nnd oxen,
$2 50a4 50; bulls, $2,65a3.15; dry cows, $2a
3.15, Calves Receipts, 4,435 head. Veals
c. higher; other calves c lower; veals,
$4a6; buttermilk calves, $2.75a3; westerns,
$4 25. Sheep and Lambs Market steady;
other grades V8c. oft; sheep, $2.73a4.10
lambs, $4a5,50. Hogs Murket steady at
Oil City, Pa July 26 Credit balances,
73; certificates, no bids; shipments, 133,085
barrels; runs, 1CC.800 barrels.
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