The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, June 22, 1895, Page 12, Image 12

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THE SCHANTON T Itlli UJTE At UBD AY MOHNIN G, - JUNE 22, 1895.
v, WEAK, NERVOUS KEN.
"Why not trat with a physician to whom
ou ean WU your troubl.s and will CURB
rou? Why fana your mon.y miles away
ram horn to aom so you'navar iw,
when you haya the greatsat Special In t
bear you with whom you can talk It ovor
and be cured.
Dr. Reevee, til Spruce itreet, Scranton,
by nil new and peclno methods and
remedies oures all the following;: Impot
ence, Lost Manhood, Varlococeh, Gonor
rhoea, Syphilis, Blood Poison, Nightly
Losses, Stricture, Seminal Weakness, Re
stores Lost Vitality, Ixist Memory, Eradi
cates all the bad effects of "Self Abuse,"
Excessive Venery, Purines the Blood, Re
stores "Shrunken Parts" to their normal
lie, Arrests decay and makes you a well
and hearty man aa-ain. If you are nerv
ous, have a rapid Irritable heart, tired,
dull feeling- In the mornings, Offensive
Breath, Constipation, pains back of neck
and hoad, or any of the above diseases,
call and be examined. It will cost you
nothing and you may benefit largely by It,
Everything strictly secret and confiden
tial. OFFICE HOURS Dally t to I.
Sundays, 10 to 4.
nD DCCUT6 No. l i Spruoe Street,
UIU Hkklktfl HCKANTUN. PA.
V highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report
ABSOLUTELY PURE
CARPETS
Examine our new line of Spring
Goods. All of the latest designs
and colorings, and our prices
lower than any other house in
the trade, for goods of the same
quality.
CURTAINS AND SHADES
of ever description and quality.
WALL PAPERS
We are overstocked and will sell
at prices about one-half the reg
ular price, aa we need the room.
J.Scott Inglis
429 UCKIWINN1 IVERUL
INDUSTRIAL TOPICS.
The enormous Increase In the Iron busi
ness has reached a point where the roads
centering- In Pittsburg are temporarily
Unable to supply a sufficient number of
cars to meet the demand from the iron
and coke Industries.
The International Railway commission,
tinder whose direction extensive surveys
have recently been made In Cen
tral and South America for the
purpose ol ascertaining- the feasi
bility of constructing- a railroad
connecting- the systems of the United
States and Mexluo with those of Southern
Peru. Brazil, Chill and the Argentine Re
public, Is In receipt of Information showing-
that the researches are already bearing-
fruit.
Philadelphia Stockholder: The Increase
In the working time of the anthracite col
lieries Is fully reflected by shipments for
the week ended June 15, when the total
reached 9W.SX tons. This Is a decrease,
compared with the same week last year,
of 225,530 tons, but production during- the
latter period was on the go-as-you please
plan. Last week's total was the largest
for any single week for several months,
the Increase over the preceding week
having been no less than 86,517 tons. For
the first two weeks of June the output
amounted to 1.746.741 tons, or at the rate
of 3,4:0.482 tons for the month. This total
Is below the production agreed upon, but
there Is little doubt that shipments will
be heavier than they were in the first
half of the month. Statement in detail
for the week follows:
Regions. June 13,June 16,Dlfference.
j 1395. I 1894.
1 1
Wyoming .... 473.7331 W1.829!Dec 168.094
Lehigh 14S.64S 164.883' Dee 16,235
Schuylkill ... 24.246 335,447Deo 41,201
- 1 1 1
Total 916,6291 l,142,159!Dec 225,530
1 1 1
Year to date.18,597,93116,826.456jln. 1.771.475
A Doctor's Experience.
Dr. H. B. Hettinger, Indianapolis, Ind.,
ays: "For several months after sprain
ing my ankle I was severely afflicted with
Rheumatism. I finally tried Detchon's
'Mystic Cure' for Rheumatism, and in 4
days could walk without my cane; two
bottles cured mo sound and well. I take
great pleasure In recommending the 'Mys
tic Curs' to all who are afflicted with
Rheumatism. Sold by Carl Lorenx,
Druggist, 41s Lackawanna avenue. Scran
THE WORLD OF BUSI
STOCKS AND BONDS.
New York, June 21. The stock market
displayed ooiiKiilerable strength In the
early trading and In a number of Instances
sharp advances were recorded. New Kng
land rose 2(4 to 4714, and Dlittlllers from
15 to 2U'A. Among the bituminous coal
and Iron, Colorado Fuel and Iron Jumped
44 to 34, and Tennessee Coal and Iron to
4l. The dealings In all these were on a
lurger scale than for some time, general
Klectrto wns another strong feature, ris
ing 1 per cent, to 3d. The Improvement
otherwise was equal Ho ViaH per Tent,
While the movements referred to were !n
progress the bears tried hurt! to make an
Impression on Sugar and the Grangers,
but the losses In them were comparatively
small. Sugar was most severely ham
mered and the stock ranged from 11814 .o
117!,. and Its cloning price was only
lower than yesterduy. The market closed
steady In tone. Net changes show, louses
of H to 1 per cent. Total sules wore 2t!7,
5U0 shares.
The range of today's prices for the ac
tive stocks of the New York stock mar
ket are given below. The quotations are
furnished The Tribune by O. du U. Dim
nilck, manager for William Linn. Allen &
Co., stock brokers, 412 Bpruco street,
Scranton.
' Op'n- High- Low- Clos
ing, est, est. Ins.
Am. Tobacco Co n-Ui in 114 114
Am. Cot. Oil 2Vi 2V 284 284
Am. Sugar Re'g Co.1184 118 1"H 117
Atch., To. A S. Fe... 10. 104 H 1 4
Can. South G5H 6n D54 G51.
Ches. & Ohio 22?. .22', 22 22
Chicago das W T4V 78 H4
chic & n! v.:::::...ioo iw
Chic, B. & Q 854 854 85 85
C. C. C. & St. L 4H 45i 4o4 4Mi
Chic, Mil. & St. P... 684, 684 7 68
Chic. R. I. & P 73 4 W4 ,724
Delaware & Hud 130 1304 129 1.
D. . L. & W 163 1634 MS 1634
Dial. & C. F 194 204 1ft
Gen. Electric 354 364 3o4 &!
Lake Shore 1494 1504 148 150
Louis. & Nash 584 684 M W't
Manhattan Ele 115 1154 U HIT,
Mich. Central..., ....103 103 1$3 103
Mo. Pacific 324 324 31 32
Nat. Cordage 2 24 2 , 24
Nat. Lead 34 344 344 344
N. J. Central 101 1014 100 1004
N. Y. N. E 454 474 4 464
N. Y., L. E. & W 94 94 4 94
N. Y., S. A V 104 104 104 104
N. Y., S. ft V., Pr... 294 294 274 24
Nor. Pacific 44 44 44 44
Nor. Pacific, Pr 164 17 154 1
Ont. & West 184 184 " 18
Pacific Mall 314 314 S04 304
Phil. & Read 184 184 174 174
Southern R. R 14 144 14 14
Tenn., C. & I 394 40 284 94
Tex. Pacific 134 134 134 134
Union Pacific 124 124 124 124
Wabash, Pr 204 204 20 2114
West. Union 924 24 924 924
U. 8. Leather 194 194 194 194
U. S. Leather, Pr.... 93 93 924 93
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE PRICES.
Open- High- Low- Clos-
WHEAT. ing. est. est. lnir.
July 704 714 694 704
September 724 724 71 724
OATS.
July 284 284 28 284
September 28 284 274 28
CORN.
July 48T4 49 48 484
September 50 604 494 50
LARD.
July 6.45 6.47 6.42 6.47
September e.w o.of . BT
PORK.
July 11.65 11.82 11.60 11.27
September 12.00 12.12 11.97 12.07
Scranton Board of Trade Exchange Quo
tationsAll Quotations Based on Par
of 100.
STOCKS. . Bid. Ask
Dime Dep. ft DIs. Bank 125
First National Bank 6u0
Green Ridge Lumber Co 110
Lackawanna Lumber Co 110 .....
Lacka. Trust & Safe Dep. Co... 145 150
Scranton Savings Bank 200
Scranton Lace Curtain Co 50
Third National Bank 350 .....
Thuron Coal Land Co 90
Scranton Axle Works 80
Scranton Glass Co 65
National Boring ft Drilling Co 90
Scranton Jar ft Stopper Co 25
Dickson Manufacturing Co 90
Lacka. ft Montrose R. R 100
Spring Brook Water Co 90
Elmhurst Boulevard Co ' 100
Anthracite Land ft Imp. Co 65
BONDS.
Scranton Traction Co 9&
Economy Steam Heat ft Power
Co 100
Madison Avenue Improvement .... 105
Soranton Ulass Co . 100
Rushbrook Coal Co., 6.,.., 100
Scranton Axle Works, 6 ,, ttti
Scranton Pass. Railway first
mortgage 's, duo 1920 110
People's St. Railway, first
mortgage 6's, dueJ'JIH; 110
People's St. Railway,- 'second
mortgage 6's, due 1921 110 .....
New York Prod 1100 Mnrkot.
New York, June 21. Flour Dull, weak.
Wheat Easier; No. I red store unci elevu
tor, 744c; f. o. b., 7&4u764e.j ungraded
red, 68u77e.i utloat, 764a764u.; No. 1 north
ern, 784c ; options closed unsettled at la
14c under yesterday; June, 744c. ; July,
764c; August, 76y4c; September, 764c;
October, 764c; IJecemher, 774c Coin
Dull, easier; No. 2, 53itr34c elevator; 534a
534c alloat; optkns cloned firm at 4c un
der .yesterday; July, 524a534c; August,
544c j September, 544e. Oats Easier; op
tions dull, steady; June, 31c; July, 314c;
September, 314e.-; spot prices. No. 2, S14c;
No. i white. 344c; No. 2 Chicago, 3l4u
314c; No. 3, 364c; No. 8 white, 334c;
mxed western, 32u33c; white western, 35a
404c; white stuto, 35nhi4c Provisions
Dull, nominal. Lard Quiet, easy. Butter
Wulet, steady; state dairy. Ilal7c; do,
creamery, 17418c; western dairy, Ba94c;
do. rreaniery, 12ulHc; do. factory, 8o124c;
Elgins, 18c.; Imitation creamery, llul5c
Cheese Firm, steady, unchanged. Kkks
Dull, weak; state and Pennsylvania, 124a
134c; western fresh, HV0al2c; do. per cuse,
u3.50. 1
Toledo drain Market.
Toledo. O., June 21. Wheat Receipts,
3.0ti3 bushels; shipments, 24.2UU bushels; No.
2 red, cash, 71c; July, 734c; August, 73c;
September, 734c.; December, 754c Corn
Receipts, 8.547 bushels; shipments. 19.000
bushels; market easy; No. 2 mixed, each,
4c; September, 504c; No. 3 yellow, cash,
44c Outs Market easy; No. 2 mixed,
July, 294c ; September, 29c. Clover Seed
Markte nomlnul; October, JG.7.T.
... "
Buffalo Stock Market.
Ruffalo, June 21. Cattle Receipts, 2,214
head; on sale, 60 head; market easy; fair
fat cows, $2.6503111); llRht steers, M.6Ga3.s,-;
venls Idwer: choice, 5.50u6.76: fair to good,
3.7f.a5.25. Hogs Receipts, 10.240 head; on
sale, 7,800 head; market easy for Uxht
grades, steady for Rood weights; Yorkers,
good to choice, H66a4.70; good mixed puck
ers, $4.75a4.80; good mediums. 4 .80a4.ii,-;
choice heavy, 4.85a4.0; roughs, $la4.30;
stags; 3a8.76; pigs, nominally, $4.45a4.60.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 6,500 head; on
sale, 3,00(1 head; market dull for all but ex
ports, which were higher; good to choice
mixed sheep, 2.75a3.25; common to fair,
$2a2.50; culls, llal.60; yearlings, good to
choice, J3.6tM.25; spring lambs, 4.50a4.75:
common to fair, $3.50a5; export sheep, 4a
4.50; few fancy show wethers at 35.
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Union Stock Yards, III., June 21. Cattle
Receipts. 4,500 head; market steady; com
mon to extra steers, !3.75a6.05; stockers and
feeders, S2.40a4.35; cows and bulls, $1.50a4;
calves, $3a6; Texans, $2.25a5.10. Hogs Re
ceipts 18,000 head; market steady; heavy
packing and. shipping lots, (4.50a4.80; com
mon to choice mixed, S4.35a4.70; choice as
sorted. Ii.50a4.55; light, $4.30a4.60; pigs, !a
4.35. Sheep Receipts, 12,000 head; mar
ket for sheep steady, lambs 10c. higher;
Inferior to choice, 1.75a4.25; lambs, J3.50a
3.55.
Philadelphia Tallow Market.
Philadelphia, June 21. Tallow is weak
and dull. We quote: CMy, prime, In hhds,
44c; country, prime, in bbls, 44c; do.
dark, In bbls, 4a44c; cakes, 44c; grease,
3c.
Oil Market.
Pittsburg; June 21. Oil opened and low
est, 173; highest, 183; closed, 178.
Oil City, June 21. Oil closed at 178.
If the Baby Is Cutting Teetb.
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has bem
used for over Fifty Years by Millions of
Mothers for their Children while Teething,
with Perfect Success. It Soothes the
Child, Softens the Gums, Allays all Pain;
Cures Wind Colic, and Is the best remedy
for Diarrhoea, Sold by Druggists In ev
ery part of tho world. Be sure and ask for
Mrs Wlnslow's Soothing SvruD." and
'take no other kind. Twenty-five cents
bottle.
GLENBURN.
Last Wednesday evenlnif TV. Scott
Palmer gave a very interesting account
of his late trip abroad. He related
many Instances of his voyage, also of
places of much interest In England,
France, ita'ly and the Holy Land.
Herbert Hall 'has sold his valuable
building plot to N. Callender.
Frank Mead was visiting friends at
this place yesterday.
Mrs. J. W. Moore and daughters are
spending this week in Scranton.
imiM
EP
Great Retiring Mark-Down Sale will continue
only a few days 1 longer. Stock must be sold regard
less of cost. "
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a air day, June 29th,
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will positively be the last day of the sale.
DON'T IT.
DON
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MISS
IT
jr fi -I
j ; V It may be a lifetime beYoe'you have an'pppor
tunity of this kind again. 'Kindly remember cost of
the goods will cut no figure inrthis sale.,
Gorman's
NEW MILFORD,
At the gun club shoot yesterday Fred.
Inderllud ."killed" tha largest number
of pigeons, with Q. C, Howell a olose
second. The next Bhoot occurs Tues
day afternoon.-
The Nicholson Base Ball club will
appear In the arena at this town on
the Fourth.
The country thoroughfares which
surround this village have never been
In a worse condition since William
Penn discovered Pennsylvania. About
the greatest advantage produced by
thesa new road machines Is the fact
that they can scrape as many stones
Into the road as three ordinary men
can throw out. The time Is not far
away when the only mode of country
travel will be by balloon.
The apple crop In this section has a
very good outlook.
The race course In this place has been
considerably Improved during the past
few days, and will be In readiness for
some fast time on tho Fourth.
PECKVILLE.
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Labor, of New
York state, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. O.
D. Hecor.
Children's Day will be observed In the
Methodist and BitpWst churches here
tomorrow morning and evening.
Today will be general pay duy at all
the collieries In this vicinity. '
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Krug returned
from their wedding tour laHt Thursday.
Don't forget the fire laddies' festival
on Monday evening next.
Arthur M. Peck !s ill.
Yes, we are all going. Where? Why,
on the union excursion of the Sunday
schools at Lake Ariel.
CLARK'S SUMMIT.
The Lndles" Aid society of Clark's
Summit will meet at Reuben Kimble's
on Wednesday afternoon, June 20. A
lawn social will be held In the evening.
JUST THINK OF IT I
One of tho I'rlghtful Facts Revealed by
tlio Last Census.
It Is hard to be called upon to see the
point of a Joke without being given
sufficient time to see It In. A gentle
man with a serious face said at a re
cent small gathering of people:
"What are we coming to? Statistics
show that In Massachusetts there are
30,000 people, all natives of the United
States, who cannot speak the English
language!"
"Impossible," every one exclaimed.'
"It Is true, nevertheless," persisted
the grave-faced man.
"And native Americans, you say?"
"Certainly and all under two years
of age!"
THE KANSAS BEARD.
Tho Holler Towel Whisker Which Makes
That State Famous.
In a humorous article on the whiskers
of Kansas, a local writer describes one
style of beard that bids fair to make
Kansas famous. He says: "There Is
still to be found In Kansas an old-fashioned
wind-catcher which may be called
the "family or roller towel' whisker.
The Pefferlan whisker Is a No. 13 giant
family' whisker.
"This beard Is worn by men with
smallish heads and does duty as a
necktie, napkin, plaything for the chil
dren, savings band, where the shaving
money Is invested, and lung pad. It Is
found generally upon retired school
teachers, a few lawyers and an occa
sional) Campbellite minister."
Printing for Grocers.
Circulars, cards, booklets, letter heads,
etc., printed so well at The Tribune of
fice that they will sell goods for you.
Tired, Weak, Nervous
Hood's Sarsaparilla Restores
Strength and Bodily Vigor.
The cause of that tired, weak, nervous
condition in which so many people find
themselves, it the failure of the blood to
properly nourish
the nerves and tis
sues. Feed the
nerves upon pure
blood, and ,they
will be steady and
strong. Read this:
"It is with pleas
ure that I recom
mend Hood's Sar
saparilla as an ex
cellent nerve tonlo
and blood purifier.
Mrs. C. H. Venabla I have taken it
Kelthshurg, IlL more than once
and am taking it now. I was tired, my
body ached, and I felt very badly ill over.
I was afraid I would be tick. I thought I
would take Hood's Sarsaparilla, and
It Has Cured Me,
and I find that it it cheaper than the doc
tor's bills. Hood's Pills are the best I
have ever taken and I use no other. I am
glad to have an opportunity to recom
mend Hood's Sarsaparilla." Mrs. C. H.
Venablb, Kelthtburg, 111.
Hood's Sarta- m
1 1 parilla
Be sure to get- tj
Hood's. W
IloodV Sarsaparilla is sold by all drug
gists. ?': six forS. Prepared only by
P. I. Vitoa & Co., Lowell, Mast.
Hftftrt'a Dille aure all liver Ills, bilious.
I IWOU 8 flllS ns. headache. SSo.
M ONE V
la a Noosssity-Health Must Oe Had to Ob
tain It If You Are Suffering from Any
Kind of Chronlo Diseases Consult the
Most Powerful Magnetic Physicians Liv
ing, Ur. F. B. Hmith and Staff, at 311
Wyoming Avenue, Scranton, Pa. Mr. J.
B. Saunders, of Plttston, One of the
Many Happy Men That Have Obtained
Hellefanda Permanent Cure by Means
of Maguetlsm.
Mr. Saunders has been affected with
CATARRH OF THE BLADDER for
more than a. year. He first began to
complain of a burning aermatlon in the
bladder, which became more aggravat
ed at night and during the forepart of
the day. There was a constant burn
ing in the bladder at night and a fre
quent desire to urinate. He also com
plained of dizziness with a clouded
sensation in the brain, as though he
was losing his mind. The desire to uri
nate at night robbed him of Bleep
and brought on nervous prostration.
His digestion became impaired, caus
ing a deathly sinking sensation at the
pit of the stomach. He grew from bad
to worse until he became a confirmed
invalid. Hu had consulted any number
of physicians without even finding
temporary relief and had about give up
In despulr, when hearing of the mar
velous cures that were being performed
by the EMINENT MAGNETIC PHY
SICIANS, DR. F." B. SMITH i AND
STAFF, at 312 Wyoming avenue, he
decided .to consult them. This was
three weeks ago, and from the' first
he began to Improve rapidly. He says
he felt a decided improvement after
the first MAGNETIC TREATMENT,
and is delighted with the success of it,
and .recommends any one suffering
from a similar cause or any
chronic disease whatever to Dr.
F. II. Smith and staff, at 312 Wyoming
avenue, Scranton, Pa. Dr. Smith treats
all forms of chronic diseases, and will
cure seven cases out of ten that have
been pronounced Incurable. If you or
any of your friends are sick, don't
give up In despair, but go and have
a friendly talk with Dr. Smith and
staff. If he can or cannot cure you he
will frankly tell you so, without money
and without price. Consultations free
from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. daily.
NEVER
In the history of Scranton
has Clothing been offered as
low as at present.
ARE YOU A MAN
who likes to improve his ap
pearance? If so, you can't
afford to lose sight of the rare
bargains offered at
THE
BELL."
We continues the sale of
Men's Black, - Blue and
Light Color Cheviot
Suits at
$4,65
Men's Black Clay Di
agonal Suits In Sauk and
Frock
$7.75
Men's All-Wool Pants
in Choice Cheviots and
Worsteds ..
$2.90
Boys' Suits, 4-15 years.
85c.
Serviceable Wool Suits ...
$1.95
Blue and Black Dress
Suits .:
$2.48
THE BELL
CLOTHING HOOSE,
230 Lackawanna Av&
SIGN OF THE BELL
THE
IRE DRY G01 1
Hits cleaned out one manufacturer; all of his Percale Shirts, in
different styles, very attractive in patterns; will make
PRICE ON ALL, 35c. EACH.
You can And in the lot Shirts that are retailed at $1.00 else
where. We shall give you a chance on them; now is your chance
to buy them, when you need Shirts to change so often. REMEM
BER THE PRICE, 85 CEfJTS. Another opportunity-Our 25
cent Shirt and Drawer, in Balbrlggan and Ribbed, are the lead
ers in this city and any other. Only a few, cases left; better be
on time before they are closed. . '
EMPIRE DRY GOODS COMPANY,
GOODMAN'S CUT PRICE STORE, OLD STAND. '
Special Sale
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In
R
MUSTS
Carp
Remnant Sale
We have placed on sale 20 patterns, with borders to
match, of .
AXMINSTER,
MOQUETTE, and k
BODY BRUSSELS
Carpet, all this season's patterns, which we will, close at
85 cents.
These are worth $1.15 to $1.75," and will be found
on the first tloor.
1
SIS
PIE.
EIEOM 1 (Mo
406 and 408 Lackawanna Ave.
BRANCH AT CAR SON DALE.
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO
SCRANTON AND WILKES-BAR RE, PA., Manufacturers of
Locomotives, Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
General Office: SCRANTON, PA.
PREMIUM DAYS
ARE CROWING
LESS.
They're in our window six of 'em those premiums
unfit oi-nnr nttr1inia rt tm rv 4r ru- 4-?rru" 4 m rw" s"7erV
and $100.00. Among them are Rockers Reed and Plush
Tables Dinner Sets Clocks, &c., &c; the greatest force
used in moving our goods is in the new price the old
price lessened it's-about the, only way we do not advance
we know you don't object that's why we see you here.
YOU LOSE AS MUCH AS WE do by not getting our
NEW PRICES on BABY CARRIAGES. '
Your promise to pay is satisfactory
1 .1
See the $15.90 Bedroom Suit in our show window.
I - . .- ,
Premium days end Saturday, June 29th.
ECONOMY FUllTOl COJ
225AND 227 WYOMING AVENUE. f