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WE OFFER—STOCKS
» LA HELL ISON (OM'Storfc)
» LA BBiA PREFERRED (Wlm ImhI)
** LA BELLE COMMON (Whm Lwd)
>0 POflTORlA GLASS
25 WHEE1JNG MOLD A POCVDBIY
5A WHEELING STEEL A IRON
WE OFFER—BONDS
IIJM WHEEIJNG TRACTION 5*.
9X.tm HITCHMAN-GLENDALE «k
I3.M0 TEI.MKI LL PI BUC SERVICE* 6*.
GEO. W. BARON
•> mhnd .|M 1.....'
1» >»»H ||«1 Brsvttf ......I •% .....
4» ... M ....
i*»*V .4 1* s _
“akfULitn U A M- tl\ *t\
J——Wh»>a Rlw I'm!- l« 94
A» mlwrai .I m
’“I Bn rtwflM-! «
*• .1 »?% rr\
f* Bwl . U\ 47 I
“•.BmI O'I .. |-< ,| I
A *>■■» <1u . IK
» itAgrab In awing ..1 (w
do r*-o»orro4 ...._.... J.
rmabnrfs Cbtl <~o . >1 w >ju
fittoboraa I Low Ulnae .... '
llaro mi . . |ta i«
Kao. Minins .?. •*
*«n Toy .;..l u
TewopeJl KH4HM* . ,29« 14$
I ntaan Switch * eigne I .... |*| it]
Uawttnebouaa Air BraAe ... I»4 1*»
Mootinshoooo Electric 2nd Ifu jy
Wmindieoaf Mochlno ib.. 21
k ■ >• P** i♦ iTv.
Mo pf *IL, 921* *;v* 92 S 92 V *•
Total aalea 4.444 .hare
New York Curb Market.
WHPEIelNOw W Va, July 19. 'll
irepoile.l l.y A. k. Maet.n A Oo J. P
Brand manager; ntnotra New yurt
-"‘ k Etchanso _
IN l »l r, ■ alAiA JTc "tu<t Aaa~
Amer.ran Otncle . ;jj ill
American Writing Paper 2 ta t
Atlantic Oulr A w In>r . . 7
do preferred . 1.
Bay State < lea ..*.'. jl||
l*hlcftao Kuhway .. 4L
Havana Tobacco .. <1
do preferred ..' ]<$
Intercontinental Hnhber .. 12
International Smelt A Hef..
Manhattan Transit .
New York Transportation .
trtls Elevator .
do preferred ." ;
Koyal Baking Powder.!
Standard Oil . )**
Hazlett’s Local Stocks.
TS 7,I';BUNO' w- Va. July 19. 12.
aetit! f«ri£7,n* <*•*•“*-»«•« "» <no more
d^iil* »cThrT“nf .•*oc*» ore uor recteA
HJife.J a *£* Howard
ifMiett A qon. Kxtmh >ro»>ri.
STO'Vs 1 Paf'fKM. j AakTCB;
P.och Bros. Too. pref luoi ...I_| if?
Bloch Bros. Tob com 1 100! 65! ... an
‘lent re I Olaaa .i i«m itU 140, |4«
Foetorla Olaaa .I 100| 12$; ...I *2$
Hazel* Atlaa Olaaa. 100 170- 172 170
Imperial Olass .... 100 100 102 102
. V.*1.1.* 'I°n ., 100 1«3 1«S
}M S*}}* ,Iron- PM ■! 1°0 123 124 12$
I** Hell* Iron, com 100 37 3* it
National B*d .j io*> 2‘*
N-uralgyllne .| 100 119 ...'.I iso
J ■ s- stamping ... loo, 102 ... 102
,00i 19 2« T0
w hy A Belmont rdy 25 27 ... 27
" h* Bridge Co .. 100 <1
Wh* rOI,1i *Fd> SO! 59.;.'.'! 83
" h"'1,n* Tr . : i. t
Rarom’a Lncul Stocks.
HKELINO. W. Va. July 1», 'll
«u5: wisiu*.r-;u
manager Iona naoartmwst "“*•
STOCK a !r^T Ibm /Art iaXl
BJocii Hr.>a Too. tie* ,.. "..'lio* ”
do common... .1100 1.: I la
Central Otaaa ...1100 ;i «0 f.7.7.1*0
Joatorla U!aaa...iioo lias |12« |1 as
HMWI-Atlu ....,100 1170 •.1170
Home Fire Ine...l 10 1.....I.i in
Imperial Oloee 100 Jl«l io* llO’
LnPelle J. Wka. lOO i. .....'1*1
J-allelic I tVka. . 100 ■.125* 125
•In common . ..[100 I . jg gg
Xeuralgyllna ...,100 |14S 150 lr.o
t. S. Stamping 100 10*....... ins
Warwick China..1100 |.. i 70
W * B. Bridge .j 25 I *7 .1 J7
Whg. Bridge .. too I.... I I 41
Whg Mold A Fdq 50 | B7 *1 57
Whg Steel A I 100 |140 145 1«3
Whg Traction.. 1100 ].|.'iog
Two Man Killed.
ALBANY. X. Y.. July U.-Two
men were killed and over *100.000
damage wu done by fire aa a result j
of an explosion Just before midnight !
last night in the storage room of the j
General Film company, an agency ,
for moving picture dims on North ,
Prarl street. The victim* were A bra- .
ham Lleberman, nged 17, and Iver
Strafford, aged 2», employes of the
company.
MARKETJNCREASES
United State* Steal and Railroad
Stock* Incraaao—Trad* la Muck
w Better Ntw.
NEW TORK. July IS - To Ih* ac
compan.menr of greater activity, to
duj'a stock market increased its gains
of the part few days The rise was
•o gradual as to be almost Impossible
and gave color to the belief that the
movement was driving, is chief Im
pulse from expert manipulation aa
well as Inside absorption. '
The same condition that served
earlier In the week, the crop outlook.
Increased activity in various fields of
industry snd easier money were again
contributing factors. I'nlted States
steel was under some pressure at
times but soon moved .forward with
other speculative favorite*, although
In lesser degrees than I’nlon Pacific.
St. Paul, Amalgamated copper and
numerous specialties Some of the
latter advanced two to five points.
Reports of general betterment In
most lines of trade found confirmation
In the increased hank exchangee, al
though this gratifying condition la
somew hat nullified by poor collections
In certain sections, i/ocal banks con
tinue to gain from the Interior, this
b week's cash Increase being estimated
at no less than $fi.OOO.OOO, with indi
cations of another loan contraction.
Our bankers have more corporate
financing under advisement, but nego
tiations are still in the tentative
stage.
Ronds were steady with total sales
par value. * 1,98.".000.
V S. government bonds were un
cnangea.
* B,aoh*,.* faf Cicala* Letter.
.M.W YORK. July 19.— Further 1 m
f. ulm'n,A n th# W'axkat recorded
to-na> Hn<l noma very fair
oi?,‘err!fn'' t'n i’h* "°-/*ll«l Standard
.1 ar-uip. Amalgamated Oopper and St
Paul were two of the notablv atron*
one*. The advance in copper metal
t eo* '""cnlnir broU*hth the price of
b*'“ J° w,th,n two pound* of
» 1 before the nenenflonii!
break of four poundn on the i>ans
■tarvlecl the trad*- Tha week han bean
*.Vfr' ’avorabla one in many rant>ertn
J* ">*'l* "ueh rapid pro*ree*
that there |. very title fear of anv
fel e14. ral,,m:,> bnfallln* them. Hie'.
'n, ,r',n ,mnA "«•*> beer,
the rul .. and premium* ha\e been paid
5oTdl?.TJT'r'* The monetary
T?od,M tcmatra r,*.d and there la
There bw.|l ' *h,®"t *’iH'aa,n®"" f®" »•<*»
there Will be anv difficulty in handlln*
" hop* now ».< Well alon* to
.ma.t“r,,v Th' action of the
TnTr?*'.h.,.h* demonatrafe.J
tic*' a o'* kT V®*"y * h 1 n« Mn*ed ,.n poll
i tT; ,,h*‘ outlook la promta-n* f.ir
* broadening out In tha next week.
I'm. ^PW
•sTO-hs_,t/F.r II.eh I.JVc'TmJ
Am Pee- Su*ar . -j‘s 74 7,M K
i?‘\ *‘v jjS •«*
do pref. 11?h!.. ."'I.*. *
Am 'V4K4,.. IT\ 14 474 *1
J°rt.n«s in litMir
Am la Kmum... 1SS 2* 254 .«
Am laranwtiva . 43 4JS 43 4JS
Am. Smelt. A H . H\ It 4 Ilk |)k
Am HunrK>f. .[11H, ... . *
i ■ 1>' A Tel It. I4SS14 f. s
.»•** 1«<I I95S 194%
Atohtaon .I««S lo»4 I"'4.
At.«<unla ..... 41 U 41 •. 41 u iik
litth' ft 4!hio l#f* *•»* *®»S
He . 3*4 *«4 Si 36
Brook Hapl.l Tr CU Rk 53'' *,‘C
•Mitral leather 17? ” ’=?
»lo pref -' »4\ 95 944, 96
!?? MS S1
•1o I.ref . 33
rhL1I*iia.WB • }*! I13*^ ,3» »*»?
.**• * 81 F..--IOI 1*14% 102 103%
1 mr.a Copper ... 31%. 32'* 31%. s*»u
<*' * Hock I... 24?i In l\$
, do pr.f. 49 V _ 44? ...
Corn j'ruducta .. is 4 IS*. 154 i3ml
do pr.f . It? 13 *;u 43
Partflc ... 744, 24|4 2tt, 2„s
Colorado JTuel ... 31 I
Conaol Oa* --145 4,146S1165 4 146 "
l mover * Rto U.. 194 11*4 19 4 19 4
**.• i .•••,. *«H 35 34? 31
do flrats . 63 63H 64 ....
ftsraiLB!r,rl*-iT*'k '*n,4i7*"* 130 s
Ooldn.id Con .. is,.... t
Ot. North, pref., 1J7L 134 '17? 137W
•it North, nr...! 43 ?i. 43 S 43?
Illinois Central.. il3i>S 130 4 1304 1304
Inter-Boro Met..’ 2n? 20? 2o ? 36?
tc^A-'T •«••••! **'» 6919 lsv* 5»'»
inter-Nat. Paper n>
, *»" Pr*,f. ■•. 55 59 S 54' 51S
I.ehtirh 4 alley . . 147 S 164 4 167 4 157 4
•louta. A Nash 13 7 A. 15»S,157\ 167?
Mi.cml Copper .. 29 | *,,ju
. sc iJ? *’£
tee • ‘J5^ U,i^ Ur,'» ,45^
National l.ea.l ,.| 69 \ S3 5*4 5»
Nexada Con .... 2t>4 204. 20U 204
N y. Central .. 11s •* n« 1154 n«
N V . Ont A W. 32 S
Norfolk A West. |U7S_116C lii”
£°r‘*! ••1214 122 12141*14
Pail He M ixtl . 32 31 u
Pennsylvania 1234 124 123? 123 4
nir>.P?" "*'* •••• 1164116?
Ftttebunrh Coal. -i 29% 2|»
n *»o Pr*r . 91% 92 91% 92
&pr,r' ::|T 15641644166
§r"r" eLi0?iM*<'k 1894 1514 !9»4 l»i»i
Sloas-Shemald ..| 65 55? 5.5 | 65?
South Pacino .. 110S HOC 1104 1104
Southern By .1 247. 29? 24? 2»4
do pref. 774 774 77? 774
T . Rt I. A \V„. ; 14 .. “7 .
do pref . 204 sis 394 31 ix
Tenn t opper .... 41S 43 4 13 4 . ...
* nlon racino . ..)l67S , 16* 4 I 67 4 169
»rT ., »0 4 »1 90S.
T tah Copper-' «1 4 62 4 61 S *2
r S. H-thber 524 334 52 4 52S
d" rrff ... 1074 074 :.,7? 107S
* eS S,r1 . II 6»4 704
Pr'f .112 1124,11: 112?
v. °f?:or-,"..,10** 103410:4:02?
-.1494 504 494 6JU
Uaheeh pref ... 134 ;3? ^
Western Cnlon..' *24 13 »•' ‘
Weattn*. Kler .. 767, -• 74C
« A t. K. let pf 17*5 144 174 ieii
B»* A Paper ...1:4 1J4 12? ij?
1-ac, Tel A Tel..| 44? .. ..... ....
■oats
1 . S ref te realetered . 11X0 S
I f r.rT **■ PO!'Poo. 100s
1 S. 3«, re«;etered . loC
I S. 3«. coupon. 191
r S 4s. refflstered.1134
I ■ in rriijy.ctn .. 111%
•- F*. dlT. 8 % per cent
Total anU« 299.400 aharea.
Pittsburg Stocks.
WHERL.INO. W Va.. July i». -jj.
Th»* actl%s» I 11tstmrc* sioriii i«#rre< i«A
*«''r »r A K. 44eaten *
tinBd^ UtU'i,“
«-—-~*ly _ i nui i ah*.
Consolidated I re .' lOuTlTTti 1
do preferred . I *1
HarMaon-Walker Ref pref!! ’424 is
* P ^^^^|
■ . °ver Thr^ Hundred Homes in Wheeling have been S
i equipped for Electricity so far this vear I
j why? I
■l Hecause electricity, all things considered, as the best
I form <if artificial li^ht on earth. No reason why the most
■ humble cottage cannot enjoy its comforts and oonveni
■ enccs.
■ Never before in the history of Wheeling could voU
3 get a res'dence wired at so small a cost. Don't fmanne
■ elecfricitvis too expensive for you to use. as it is meaner
fi than faru1,rs >f vnu use the same candle power to h*ht
■ your home.
BB VV *• 'inf d.xi■ l . _ _
, .. ur’Ti f»ur comnanv as the
source of sound advice. It our service is not satisfactory
•ae wan' vou to tel! ijs We know it cannot he satisfac
tojy it our parr.-ns u-e more elec’ricitv than they need
IheretoeC we encourage ’he m’ellieent and economical
u«e ' our service. so thr the cn** -mer wifi rrt full value
for his expenditure.
■ I MM Hi! 'ca 1 • 4J. I
1 Nt.u as t.. the hes* rne-h^!- of installation. fSur rep- B
?l'Xmn'fV^ u'V h"% t0 fpT ***** anj he*t B
!'rh and power tor the least nv.ne . what appliances are B
I and efficient, and can otherwise av B
stst w»u in many wavs. H
W e are at your server and our lines are at wnir door B
Whs not phone *< 7 and a<k for a representative to cal!» |
Wheeling Electric Co. j I
51 Sixteenth SI. Both Phone* X07 | |
I THE WEATHER jj
CONDITIONS J
Ya. J el y 1» —
ant real
, '-Rr«i<e eatf
^.*** T---—' ,f.
eeaiber te fair ead cooler
r‘«l— »»d Plateau ro
•«««• * be preae urea are roiatieely lea
end the tawnernturee •MMekai • i«her
* J* lea yreeeure. or at Tin orea. ta
pees »«d elf me Horn, A Uer It a raaat
.k re iT-a feed ahoaera during
,h* past i« hours la th# Ohio and TreT
' alleys. R+cu-n and the
North Atlantic Stataa
l&X?rZZ’£llr,,mp#r,l,ur* »U‘
foi^y-arde^l'^-OTSlT
X.rss: -■« *-TTi55^rA
loe.,r^1*nU,T,^rTJ! Parkfsbur. bar, boon
. .. . Tha river ertll probably rise
‘I’*?* e*'r.P®r,‘on "f the district to
night and 8eturday The river will fall
at I‘ackers burg Saturday
H. C. HOWE, Section Director
WHEAT SOARS"
Newg From Turkey That Traffic From
th* Black Sea District Was
Closed, Brought Rla*.
CHICAGO. July 19,—Announcement
of the closing of the Dradanell Turk
ish Italian positions brought about
much excitement to-day in the wheat
trade and caused the market to finish
at a net advance of 1 to 2c a bushel.
Latest transactions left corn Irregular,
ranging from %c off to 1c up with a
Kslri of %&\c to 1 %c and provisions I
dearer by 5 to 22Vic.
Every foot of space in the wheat !
p>* WM J*t»med and brokers were!
shrieking and beckoning like madmen
when the opening gong struck. The
news from Constantinople that all
cereals from the black sea district,
one of the principal graneiies of the '
world, had been tied up indefinitely I
was public long before the business j
hours and had keyed Impatient dealers
to an almost unbearable tension. A I
majority of active speculators found
themselves In the predicament of hav.
log sold short owing to the magnifi-I
Cf»nt cmn nmanad. At. _ .... .
States wild competition to even up
such transactions resulted In hoisting
prices 2*0. quicker than the record
could be flashed out of the exchange.
In the Jostling, swaying crowd, no
one stopped to take breath until there
was an unconfirmed rumor that the
closing of the strait* had been re
voked This carried wheat values
bark almost to yesterday’s closing.
at tin»« _< >|..n iTisTT TITST •
VVh | • i——— ■ . —■—
•'“'y-’ »7<v' *H 1 SSV'
kv 8' 0 0
Corf** ’ 1 01 • 1 "IS. J9\. 1 Si •:
k::| m ilj ;! i 0
it
,.ow::i 3;.: 8h! I?* IX
July • .|.t I7
>-P< ■ 17 «5 17 72 1, 17 42 *. 7 ft!
< *r' 17 75 17 »n 17 •„S }i Ji: !*
J,*?": ’ 17 55 ;!S 50 17 *5 !s oiij
July-.].1.■ .rt,
rX !!! 10 >0 *0’ I10 i:S
y*ct....IS 40 1 o «71, 1(1 S5 |n «-i?
, 10 10 2:* 10 20 !u
July - ...I ini-11
Sept in 4-4 !0 SO to 42.. 10 n 3
Carh quotation* were as follows
Flour—Steady.
Ry#—No. 2. 74c.
Pnrley—Feed or mixing, nominal
Timothy Seed—to 7.0»7 ;,o.
‘"lover Peed 111 OOiiilX On.
I’ork Mohs, *|7 37ly®17 50.
lard—tin tlercesi |l‘i 47*,; short
■lbs—(loose) *10 371,0.
t'.VION STOCK YARDS. p|IM
)ur«h, July l»—Cattle steady. Pup
il v light. Choice tt 7J d9 00, prime
|h 2.’ 'u 4 35.
’" •'•!• ■ w - -bl-'y fair Prim
vetben $4
• li H#i ..... iambs |4 ^
7i vesl calves *« *n^ |>> 00
ll'.gs Strong. receipts |* double '
• " ■ ' » • «t M
nadluin* laOOijIo-. ha*.r yotkari
1' 00* 5 or.. light porkers |. IP t i
05 piss »: ;**; IJ, touch, $. .1
i»* »&.
''irifAGtt July I* Ka.Hpts IS.not)
■ instka-t staady to strotic.
i- v.. |„ i t» Tmm ptP.rn
• 0f,5#* 05 triton Starr. | tort
50. St defeat, an! faadata I »• t
50. •«. st .1 h-fl.rt |; .ot,
sti as r 5< u • «
llocs Ra<-al|>i. IIASA h*s«1 mat
rat sr'tta. ] hlchat r.fet
> • ‘ i I u
Mtr ft MfT I I .ft| |
rtSS ft TO*: tS. fer.,fe nf Mias |T M
»• *•
MirarRarnitt II as. p.»4 (oarfear
•t * > „
*’* 15 I ; . tat ». I I g; ||t
• ■nines II Il5t« I . a ostlsi
• It * T IS •attar tl g: |t
WKpelin* Ljtc .S*ock.
Itt Star r «.
felllT'JV.I S - ~
r«t-ic
F**? ,’•*** ** • I MS ' n
* H • < I*
£3. *r .*.r
; i t:».
fejtesa n t«a I Ml I t.
SUBS
• • ‘ 4 ••
**• rs» «ns a. I r -
•'«* f- •>•*•»•
a * **• f fS
I *» * I M
5**1 ■ •! rr« »*i rse *
• I . »— '-a*ra « -
.*•* • " It « • fea
' **5 I -as. • • a • at
” at'a. taint • '•} .
V—«S Sm tsS - , ,
CST15S
112 siaTT fu *** •
- (I. Sea ■,. ,
<•• • • ’*f I N
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Mtsr
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ICEBERGS
Great Flat Passed by Ocean Liners—
A" Sighted Near Where the
Titanio Want Down.
YORK. July if.—Icebergs and
Ice flelds were encountered by the
steamship* Mauretania and Adriatic,
which arrived here from Liverpool
to-day. The largest berg was sighted
by the Odrtatic on Wednesday after
noon within a few hours steaming
distance from the spot where the Ti
tanic went down In April, ft waa
variously estimated at from 300 tp
1.0OO feet In length and from 100 to
200 feet In height. On the same day
the Mauretania sighted an Ice field
so large that It waa obliged to steam
to the southward to escape It.
MOTHER WHO KIDNAPPED
HER DAUGHTER CAUGHT
BPFFAIA N. Y . July if.—Mrs
Herman F. Lehman, of this city, who
kidnapped her 11 year old child from
Its foster parents In Atlca Iasi night
and who was captured here afler
an exciting 30 mile automobile chase,
was taken to Attica to-day to answer
a charge of kidnapping. Mrs. Leh
man claims she formerly was the wife
of Charles A. Iteming of Chicago.
WOOL MARKET
Fair Volume of Business Transacted
During the Week and Prices
Advanced.
BOSTON. July 19.—The Commercial
Bulletin will say of the wool market
tomorrow: i
"A very fair volume of business has
been transacted this week at prices
w hich have been fully maintained with
slight advances in a few Instances,
notably in quarter and three-eighths
blood fleeces, which are now quoted at <
•to cents strong. The bulk of the I
business done has been for territory i ,
wools in the original bags, at firm and
unchanged prices.
"At I-ondon price* have continued
and an advance of fully 10 per cent
all around Is noted. Liverpool has
shown a rise ut five per cent with
American purchases of Jorlas very
good
" * »e shipmens of wool Trotu Boston
from Janunry 1 to July 18, Inclusive,
were iri4.OPO.881 pounds against 115.
895.7.11 pounds for the same period
last year. The receipts from January
first jo July 18, inclusive were 185,.
1.1,".To pounds against lfi2.291.292
pounds for the same period last year ,
Money.
VKW YORK. July 19.—Money on
call rteady 24-ffl per cent; ruling
rate 2\c; closing bid :\C; offered
at 2 T«c.
Tim- loans steady, sixty davs SVi
>’• r ’ "fit and 90 days 24s. six months
I'i'i 44c.
N'lr.v T< KK. July i» i-io.c
I'ruti. mercantile paper 44 per cent,
ht.rllng exchange firm with actual
l usln. ss m banxcr* hills st >4 for
Fixt. da> hills and st 14 *7 SO for de.
man 1. t'cmmer. lal Mils |« ikf.4. Har
Filxer w-Sr. Mexican dollars 4«e
Gov. rnm.nt Imnda steady. Railroad
.
1
I
p||t(..n of the I nlted States treasury
" . rl trf t ilin' r In treasury nfTW#
I'O I • ai«.
In tanks and phillppm* trruurt
1'I.III.U:.
Tt. t-.'al of fh«- f-rteral fumy a as ®
' •«
M* h im i
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Today’s Wants
PRODUCE MARKET
Corrected by nr ter * CO.
Cabbaar— • >
Home, per bbl ... 75
OmiuM—
Yellow . 1 00© 1 25
Uraen. per dosen . 1214
Dtanseo—
V slenctons. Iste . 2 55
Lcnuini . 4 20 ©5 00
Potatoes—
Mew. per bushel. 1 00
Per barrel, fancy ....... 2 05 8 2 75
No. 2 . 1 |0
Apples, new buehel . U
Apples, per barrel ._2 0b©2 25
ruintlot©—•
Home, basket . 75
. N'tmt . 20© «•
Asp uraae. per dossn. 5«© Co
•earhes. bushel basket.... 1 50© 1 71
Itaapberrlea . 2 10 a 3 75
Currants . . »#©2
I’lneapplea. as to alse. 3 00
iNicumber*. Marietta. bkt . 1 25
Jherrlee . 2 uv©2 75
l>o . 22 quarts. 2 50
Jreen Beans 1 borne) bushel . 50
©■Mae. Ch.esa. ©ns ass Foully?.
So. 1 Prim* .27
Jtlo and rennayivanla .... 22
. 20 9 21
ookln* ..20
’elect rggn . 22
* rceh. at mark ..21
t>uck rggm .. 24
-loose egrra . 20
Breaaed— ^
lens .. <414
rurkeys . as^
I’ucka ..
Brotler* fresh .. |f
iprlugs . 1|
J serve .. 10
Alive—
fane. pound .. I ©id
lprln«, pound .. 10 ©u
rurkeys . 15 Ai|
■iocxte-a. pound . 9 A10
'lucks, pound . 14 ©15
Mgaoua. pair . 20 ©||
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Lift Racaivarship.
CINCINNATI. O.. July 19.— The re
-elvarahlp under which the hrnkrratts
'inclnnatl and New York ha* been
vorklng since January 1910 wa* lift
’d today and the business restored
o Its owners Complete settlements
lave been made with all the credl
ors.
This firm lost heavily In the Hock
ng coal pool, which at the time was
me of the sensations of Wall Street,
trdera had given the firm to pur
hase this stock and after having
•oug’it about 1*10,000 worth. It Is si
eged that the persons who gave he 1
■rders refused to take It. In a suit
lied later the firm was reimbursed. j
Aged Ohio Broker Dead.
I.ISRON, O.. July 19 — Solomon 0.1
•irestone. seventy-eight, chief stock
tolder In the Firestone bunk of l.ls
on and widely known capitalist of
'otumbinana county died here today
ifter a years- Illness, he was the
other of Clarke J. Firestone, former
dltor of the New York World.
To Form Third Party.
FTONOl.n.l*. July 19.—a movement j
ms been begun here for the form
tlon of a third party, which prob
hly will end In a representative to
he National convention of the Pro
ressive part> at Chicago leader
hip In the new organization has been
alien by former Governor of Hawaii,
leorg* Robert Charter.
Wheeling & Lake Erie
LEVELAND AND RETURN
$2 00.
F.very Saturday and Sunday,
ood returning Monday
CANTON AND RETURN,
$2 00
Fvery Saturday, good returning
unday.
LEVELAND AND CAN
rON AND RETURN. $1 65
Fvery Sunday
>NLY LINE RUNNING PAR.
LOR CARS
Leave Wheeling Teetu nal Sta
<** 7 a m. and I JO p at.
avteru thru
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STOCKS AND BONDS.
WILL BUY ]
$5000 Whf. Traction Co.
Fhre Per Cent
Bonds
Submit Offerings.
Norton & Co.
U IttUul Ixekun «•
;
j We Offer,
SUBJECT TO SALE :
$4,000.00 LA BELLE IRON
WORKS 6’s.

Howard Haziett & Son
| Second Floor Sctimalbach Bid*
FOR SALE
FOSTORIA GLASS CO.
STOCK.
At prices to net purchaser
'over 6 per cent.
GIBSON L CALDWELL
1220 Market Street. !
Bel1 1>22"- Nat. 471-X.
KAILWAYS I
BALTIMORE I
& OHIO R. R.
Seashore Excursions
July 18, Aug. 1,15,29,
Sepl. 12.
$10
Good in Coaches Only
$12
Good in Pullman Cars With ,
Pullman Ticket.
WHEELING
TO
ATLANTIC CITY
AND RETURN
Tickets Good Returning
Sixteen (16) Days
F«>r further information '
aPTlv )
Baltimore & Ohio Ticket
Agents
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WHEELING A LAKE
ERIE
NIAGARA FALLS EX.
CURSION
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I Oti to Augu*' 2»th
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Sfea*ner
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