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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE- VEDttEStAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1902.
OONTBAOT FOB THE SEWER HAS
BEEN AWARDED. '
Council Decided at Its Meeting That
M. J. Gibbons Is the Mnn to Do the
Job His Bid Is 958,770.75 New
Map of the Borough to Bo Pre
pared Othor Business That Was
Transacted by Councils Tourna
ment Conducted by tho Tonnls
Club Other Items.
The council met In regular Reunion
Jtondny night with nil members pres
ent. The sewer nucHtlon, which has
been tho stumbling block of the council
for some time past, was finally dis
posed of by awarding the contract to
M. J. Gibbons, of Mcrnnton, whoHo bid
was 156,770.75. Borough Engineer Iloran,
In pursuance of Instructions from the
council, presented a new estimate of
tho probable amount of rock to bo en
countered In the work, which he stated
approximately to be 18,000 feet, as
ngalnst 48,000 feet estimated by ex
Uorough Engineer Knight. Based on
this latest estimate, which Is conceded
to be very low, the figures of the throe
lowest bidders were as follows: M. J.
Gibbons, $5G,770.7G: O'Boyle & Donahue,
$57,831.60; Hendler Construction com
pany, J56.175.75. These figures show
.that the, Hendler bid is $602 low, and
lor every foot of rock found over 18,000
feet It will be lower, at the rate of
IhJrty-two cents per foot.
Borough Treasurer Wahlers reported
thai he had received $447 from the
"Scranton Gas nnd Water company,
eelns their share of the expense of
sulldlng the Nay Aug bridge. The
lectrJc light committee recommended
lhat an additional light be placed at
tMt. St. Mary's seminary, and it was so
Chief of Police Healy reported two
vsrrcsts during August. The street com
missioner's expense sheet for the month
Was $328.60. Mr. McLaughlin intro
duced an ordinance regulating the
peed and management of electric cars
clthln the borough. The speed is lim
ited to four miles per hour and all cars
must be stopped at every street cross
ing. A fine of $1,000 to be imposed for
each violation. It was referred to com
mittee. P. J. Grady, of Drinker street, was
elected to the position of sewer inspec
tor, without 'opposition. Mr. Doudlcan
moved that the street commissioner
suspend work on the borough streets
until such time as he has removed all
stone now quarried from the Golden lot
on Blakely street.
Borough Attorney McDonald informed
council that the case of Martin Dolphin
ngalnst the borough for $1,000, for the
death of his child, caused, it Is claimed,
by falling into an unguarded ditch at
the corner of Webster avenue and
Brook street, is on the list for Septem
ber 15. The secretary was instructed
to prepare needed data to enable Mr.
McDonald to prepare the case.
A map of the "borough is to be pre
pared, to better enable the ward assess
ors to find properties. This expense is
to be borne jointly by the county com
missioners, school board and councils,
and it has been estimated that the ex
pense, all told, will be about $3,000.
jlorough Engineer Horan was instruct
ed to begin the survey necessary at
once and prepare the map as soon as
Unless some unforseen injunction or
other hindrance should delay the work,
It is expected that work on the sewer
will begin within two weeks.
Tennis Club Tournament.
The Tennis club held a very success
ful tournament on their Dudley street
court during Saturday and Monday,
tflllss Helen Farrar was the winner in
tho ladies' singles, and Gilbert Close in
The gentlemen's doubles were won by
H. C. Hubler and George Ellis, and the
ladles' doubles by Misses Helen Farrar
and Mary Decker. Refreshments were
served on the grounds, and a very en
joyable day was spent by the mem
tiers and a large number of guests.
Last evening the club was entertained
at the home of Miss Kathryn Teeter,
"n Elm street.
""Tl BHOBT PARAGRAPHS.
E. D. Bovard left Monday for Ashley,
where he goes to assume charge of the
j borough schools of that place.
' Ernest Letelri was arrested by Oftl
fcer Brogan yesterday, charged with
carrying concealed weapons and threat
ening to kill. He was held in $500 bail
by Burgess Burschell for his appear
ance at court. Ho was also held on
two similar charges, preferred by
'.Thomas Plannery before 'Squire
Cooney, being held In ball for court on
both charges. Ball in each case was
Mrs. C. M. Cago and granddaughter,
Miss Bessie Conrad, of Port Jervls, are
spending a few dayH ns guests of Mr
.nnd Mrs. G. W. B. Allen.
E. P. Carr has returned from a two
weeks' vacation at Norristown, Pa.
and Atlantic City.
Mr. nnd Mrs. D. J. Smith, of Cherry
street, have returned home, after a two
weeks' visit with their daughter at
,wesi uaven, uonn.
O. W. B. Allen spent last week at his
old homo in Montlcello.
D., L. & W. BOARD FOR TODAY.
The following Is the make-up of the
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
board for today:
WnUNESDAV, BKPTJ3MIH:r 3.
Extras East 11.S0 a. m., McDonnell with
Summits West- S a. m., Frounfclkcr,
Piialieu-7 n. m., Wldner; 8 a. m
Hoiibor; 11,43 a. in., Moiau; 7,30 p. m,,
Mtiiphyj 0 p. m., W. ir, Ilnitholomow.
Helpers-l.so n. m., Magoveru; 7 a. m.
Garfiioy; 10 a. m., Secor; 3,15 p. m Stun-
Btnto of Ohio, City of Toledo, I.ucas
Finnk J. Chcnoy mnkos oath that ho Is
senior iinitner of tho llim of 1. j, (.'henoy
& Co., dolus business In the City of To
ledo,' County und Stato ufoicsald. anil
that said llim will pay tho sum of one
l.uudinl clollais for each and every
rasa of Calarrh that ruiiuot bo cured by
the use of Hull's I'ntunh Cure.
FRANK J. CHENKV.
Kvyoru to lieforo mo und subseilhed In
my incsenvo, this Itli day of December.
A. D., lhSO.
ISealJ A. W. ar.HASON.
Hall's Caturih Suro Is tuken Internally,
nnd acts dhectly on tlm blood and mil
tons surfuccs of tho aystom. Send for
FRANK J, CHENKV & CO.,
gold by all drucclsts. 7Ce. ed' '
JUall's Famllv rills urc tho best.
A large size stand, like
fcut, solid oaf, size 24 inch
es' square. A 2.00 value,
In addition to our txtentlva lina
of parlor suit, vra hava a Urge se
lection o! odd placet. Aft a Fall
openor, we will iU this beautiful
1 5-piece parlor iit, paliataed frame
1th splendid grade af ailk damask
rover, a $40.00 value
CASH or CREDIT
r"The Store That
IN IKON AND STEEL
For Tho Tribune.
FOR MORE than 300 years Pennsylva
nia has led nil tho states in produc
ing Iron and steel. In 1900, her
share of the 5590,000,000 capital in
vested In tlio Industry was $322,000,000, a
good deal more than half, thus, leading all
tho other states combined. Tho same l.s
true of the cost of materials used by her
in that year, namely $233,000,000 out of
Pennsylvania's share of the production
of iron and steel In 1900, was 13,291,581 out
of 29,508,730 gross tons. Her rate of pro
duction increase by ten year periods was:
1870 1,010.007 tons
18S0 :i,229,1GS tons
1890 S,C22,7t5 tons
1900 15.201.5S1 tons
Comparing with tho total production of
the United States, Pennsylvania's per
centage figures at:
1870 50.3 per cent.
isso ui.S per cent.
1S90 53.0 per cent.
1900 51.S per cent.
For tho entire Iron nnd steel industty
In tho United States, the census of 1900
gives us tho following:
Active establishments. 719 GC9
1MK). 1900. Inc'so
Capital, millions $411 $590 $170
Ofllclals and clerks.... 4,325 0,217 4,992
Salaries, millions 6,i
Yearly wages, millons. $S9
Vnluo of yearly .pro
ducts, millions $178
Gros tons of pro
ducts, millions $10
Schenectady, N. y Sept. 2.
List of letters icmalning uncalled for
at tho Scranton, Pa., nostoflice, Septem
ber 3, 1902. Persons calling for samo will
plcaso say advertised und glvo dato of
list. Ezra It. Ripple, Postmaster.
Atkins, Abel H. Klrcher. a.
Blown, Mrs. M. W. Michael. Curl.
Haven. Mtaulie, Hamuli,
Blown, E. G, McAiidrows, Uildget.
Bnrbee, Albert. Miiriuy, Mrs. Cuth-
Rolcc, C. X.. eilue.
Bcebo, Jl. S. (spe- McDeinnu, Jilt. W.
clal). Nella, Mis. Mnry,
Uurko, Wm. Oswald, ills. v.
Blystone, Mark, M. 1'uttcison, Mis. Jus.
Bumhaugh, Geo. I'urcell. Jim.
Illaeksmlth, finest. Pi Ice, Margaret.
Piiwlov Aliimp ' TlVflll Allirrrrli.
ClHIhO, t. N,
HhllTer. Mis. J.
Templetou. D, M.
ence. A'tin AuUen, Jas, N.
Warner. Mis. Fred.
Witt, Mrs. John.
Walsh, Mis. J.
Warner, Mis. Jane.
WlugliiH. ir. S.
Winner. J. A,
West. Geo, E.
Can oil, M. F.
Kvans, M. F.
Hauls, lit ii ml 10.
Ilcltshu, Wm. A .
Hallner. A .C,
I lay waul. Win. W.
Ilallett. A. Clias.
Kiinkcl, Hov, IT. A
Kiowson, E. C.
T'nnil lll'(!Up V(llPl"" r.linpj,
Pedaro Glusfnpe, CilmaicM MaUi'lo, Tn
Giuseppe. Michael Floilto, Muj Palrofu
Long, Miho Lllmouadl. Mowdmi J.iiIrI,
(Juetum Milunu, Lulg Voeuutuu, Domeu-
nil tl Heuusouiis, A lain
I'ainiii nil. La Alontri
, Alslanon Theso. Antoiiln
Toman m. La Moutra Tauazls, Autouli
Vlllotta, Ludlg Vulvowls.
Frldor Balusralle. Mairrutl
Finim Cietntorn. Autol Juwn
Janskv, Aiitoul l.lhliivoslil, Llucciitln Nn
blekiul, Tharg Ostionesky, Jqliu i'ldim
Icn, Antonlu Punlausklo, Paul Blinan
unrer, Michael Suimowskl, Adncr H.ilial.
ensky, Odolf Vugler, Andiow Tuehou
Semka 'Bzcuzr. Fianelszeh IComlrny,
Piter Dannlus, Guzlol Wyoseuty, Antonl
Nai)ok,as. Malka Pk, Wllhelm Stoll
macli. John Wolootka, Brazil Joicz, Ju
lias Slmauos, Malll Szlvlancczks, Fclka
Kucza. Sllox Kiencz, Ferdinand Skow
von. Bolestaw Ruguckl, Mlkln Szlm
r.llfnv L'nl Tlll.l. Innnl. II'aIM. ..
A......., ,,., ,.,, ,i,uii iiwji'in, ,
Janukos, Juiapoe Kankautaz, Hopmcs
IN NEW FALL ATTIRE
Within the past three weeks, we have received car after car of Furniture and Carpets.
Our store is now laden with all of the beauty and newness of the Fall season. It is the, re
sult of raking over the markets of the world for the prettiest Furniture and Furnishings. We
k p -. prices oegin ar. .
.50 Oil Cloths and Linoleums
m Lm In this line we embrace all grades, excellent patterns.
The regular 30c
as, per yard
Aucpuia. Helkd Tlhimcn, Wnsyl Sakal,
K. AVyuavamuc. Mnmbmo Kob.uekkony,
Januzek Pictoncka, Majik Kaczut.
West Scranton Station.
Mis. Kato Kearney, La wi once
Wall Street Review.
New Yoik, Sept. 2- The resumption of
opciatlous In the stock market utter the
tupio Holiday was accompaniea oy in
creased activity and strength In the en
tile list. More than a scoie of slocks es
tablished new high lecoids, umong them
being Atchison common, CanadlKp Pa
clllc, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago and
SI. Louis. Colorado Southern second pie
fened, Dctioit Southern common and
piefeired, Missoml Kansas and Touts
piefeued, St. Louis South westein, Nor
lolk and AVestcin, Pennsylvania, Bultl
moio and Ohio, the Readings, St. Joseph
and Gtand Island second piefeired, To
ledo, St. Louis and Western common
nnd pi cloned, Wheeling und Lnko Kile
common and second pretence! and thu
Sloss-Sheftleld Steel Issues. Contilbuttng
lactors weio List week's tavoralilo hank
statement and tho stieugth ot Americans
abroad, London buying on balance to tho
extent of 20.000 shaies, chiefly Atchlsous
nnd Reading. No speclllc news was
heaid to account for tho impiovcd condi
tions and gcncial enthusiasm save in tho
casu of tin' authiacltc coaleis concerning
which thcrn uppearetl to bo u last iu
eieaslng belief fosteied In high elides
that the utilko Is neailng an cud. Read
ing common was thu 1'eatuio stoilng a
net advance of 5'J points and closing ut
the highest llgiito of tho day on twins
actions aggiegatlng over 230,uii0 shares or
almost oiic-cpiartcr of tho day's total
opeiallons. Tho other Reading Issues
mado mateilal gains, ns did also Lacka
wanna, Dclawaio and Hudson. New Jer
sey Central and the Erics. There wero
uimois that the heavy buying of Read
ing common had unwillingly cieated u
condition unvoting of u coiner. The liny
lug of this stock caino In laigo pail fium
houses supposed to repiesont insldo m
teirsts. Total sales for tho day. 1,201,700
shales. Rallioud bonds weio generally
higher In sympathy with the stock list,
partli'iilaily tho pouvcrtlliles. Total sales,
par value. $l,(i.!il,000. I'nltcd Stutes 2s anil
3s advanced U per cent, on tho last call.
Tho following quotations aro furnished
Th6 Trlliuno by H.ilght & Fieeso Co., 311.
315 Meats Building. W. D. Runyon, man
agcr. Open, lllgli. Low. Closo.
Aiiial. Copper ...
Am. t fi K
Ameiicau Uu ...
Am. kp, Pr ....
Am, Loco.. Pr . ,
Am. B. &. It. Co .
Atchison .... .. ..
Atchison. 1'r ,.,.
Halt, it Ohio ....
Biook. R. T ....
Clies. & Ohio .,,.
Chtcugo & Alton
Chic, it CI. W ...
C M, S: St. ! ISHVi
C. R. 1, & P ISC
Col. Fuel ,& lion..., WJ4
Col. (c. Southern 33
Col. & South, 2d Pr. .MIS
Del. it Hud 171)8
D L. ic W ,2V)
Don. & R, O 9"i
Dettolt Southern ... 21
Kile, 1st I'r 70T4
Ello. 2d l'l- 57'i
Hocking Valley loovi
Illinois icniiai ii.''i
iniiiiiin 1 I'lllllll Jl.-i IM lll'U
KTuil. City A: Sillltll., aSW 30 3SW
l.ouls. fc Nash ..VAl 15V5 ir.tn
Waiiliattau , IWA I'AV, Ur.U
Met. St. Ity 11771 11716 11715
..ii'l. ni, iby ,,,...,, .41(71
MoMcait Cenltal .... L"Va
AMI., IV, & '1CX ..I
Mo., K, St Tex., 1'r., usi
Mu. Pin-Ilk I17K
N, T, Ceutuil IHIU
Not folk K- West .,,, 7IT5
Out. At West ,,....., !
I'm lllu Mull 41
Pennu. 11. R lisi
I'cople's tins lulKl
Pressed Bteol Car..,. M5
Reading ,. 70
Reading, 1st I'r ,..., K7V4
Reading, 2d I'r .,,.,, 7ii'j
Repulilus Steel 21J
Republic Steel. I'r... 79
St. L.'& San F SOW
St. L. So. W
Southern It. It .
Southern R. it.. I'r,, 7',i
iooKea trie iana over,picKea out tnis style nere. tnat style there, only
what was most chic and dainty. In our search we found many bar
gains. Some of them we offer this week. You will find here the
newest and largest display and at the lowest possible prices. Every
thing up-to-date. No shop-worn goods to be had.
We have every first
class make repre
sented those recom
mended for durability and wearing qualities. Prices begin at
Dnnm DnVc Made in Erussel9, Velvets and'
fCIIIIIII IvIIVlS Axminatera; beautiful dsigns. Our
j prices Deem at,
quality can be had here at . . ;
Lace Curtains and Portieres
An endless variety of new and stylish patterns. Our
prices.start at, per pair . .
We are 'displaying a large stock of
China and Japan Mattings. They com
bine beauty and service. Prices as low
Tcnn. Coal & Iron... 71 71 70 70'.
Texas & Paclllc .... rg nil'. Mis MV,
Union Pacific 111',!. hji, ijjij ni7&
Union Pacific, Pr .. 02 92,'i 92 yjU
IJ. S. Leather 13 1IH ljij 3JS
U. S. Leather, Pr ... SS SS 871 SS
IT. S. Steel 1114 4iiii IP;, .v.
V. S. Steel, Pr 90',4 BOli 9ol& 9014
Wabash 34' 31! 3.W4 3i8
Wabash. Pr 4S?8 4S; 4SU iSVi
AVestern Union 95'4 fl,"H nvi 9.W
Wheel. & L. E 2S'A 2S1 2SV. 2S'4.
AVis. Central 20 3015 29"! 30
Total sales, 1,202,100 shares.
Money, 515 per cent.
CHICAGO GRAIN & PROVISION.
Open. High. Low. Close.
10 VI Hi SO 1G SO
30 30 10.30 10.30
. 10.30 10 30 10.23 10.23
. R3I S.1S J34 S.1S
. S2S 8. Hi S2S S.IS
, .S.2I S.35 S21 S.33
Scranton Board of Trade Exchange
Quotations All Quotations Based
on Par of 100.
I.ncltawanna Dairy Co., Pr....
County Saw Bank & Trust Co
Flist Nat. Bank (Catbondnlo).
Thhd national Bank
Dimo Dcp. & Dis. Bank
Economy L., II. & P. Co
Fit st National Bank
Lack. Ti list & Safo Dep, Co .
Clark it Snovcr Co., Pr
Scinnton Savings Bank
Tiadeis' National Bank
Sciaiiton Bolt & Nut Co
Sciaulon Packing Co :
Scranton Passenger Railway,
Hist tuottgago, duo 1920
I'cople's Street Railway, lltst
moitgage, duo 191S
Peoplo's Street Railway. Gcn
cial moitgage, duo 1921 -.
Sciaiiton Tine. Co., li per cent.
DLonomy L, II. & P. Co
N. Jersoy At Pocono Ico Co,...
Consolidated Water Supply Co
Scranton Wholesale Market,
(Cortectcd by H, G. Dafc, 27 Lacka. Avo.)
L IUIII ft.lU.
Iluttei Fresh ctcumcry, 23c.; fresh
Eggs Neat by, 2215c; westun. 21c.
Alariow Beans Per busliol. $2.35u2.10.
Gieon Peas Per bushel, $2.23,
Onions Per bushel, 90c.
New Potutoca-50o per bushel.
Philadelphia Grain and Provision.
Philadelphia. Sent. ". wiipiitWpi.lt!
conduct giadp, September, 7.')ia7.lo, Com
Unlet but steady; No, 2 jelluw on ttack,
(iSaiiOe. Oats 3c. lower; No. 2 whl to
clipped, 29c, Uuttet Steady but quiet;
PNtta western cieameiy, 195c; do, near
by prints, 21c. Eggs-Finn, good demand;
licsh neniby. 21e.; loss off do. westein,
21c; do, do. tin, southwestern, jjie, ; do. do,
southern, 10al7c, do, tin. Cheese Firm;
New Yorw full ci earns, pilmo smnll. IO'i
al078c; do. tin. tlo. tair to good, lOalOlic
Rollned Sugiiis Unchanged, Cotton
Steady. Talliiw-Steady; city ptltue, in
tleices, CJalic; country do. do., ban els,
uibttc; lo. dark In ban els, naSfif.;
ciiltes, Ca(ilc. Llvo Poultry-Dull und
eas er; fowls, I2al215c; olil loostets, i)c,:
Bluing chickens. I.'uHp.; spting ducks,
lie.; old do., lo.tllc. Dtesstd Poultry
Unlet, fowls, lower: fowls, clioli-n wpmi.
cut, 13c; tin. soiithein and southwestern.
1215c; do, fair to good, 1115al2c; old roos!
tola, 'J0.5 Inolleis. ncaiby, laige. 17u.; do.
small und metlium. lS.tliic; westotn tin.,
large Pic: do. small and medium, L'allc.
RecehUs-Flnui', ij.OHO batrels and ,5r.,000
pounds in sacks; wheat, 107.900 busholst
coin, 7,200 IiusIipIh; oats, loil.ono bushels.
Shipments Wieat, 151000 bushels; coin,
7.2W) bushels; oats. 143.000 bushels. Wool
Unchanged. Piovlslons I'nchuugcd.
New York Grain nnd Produce Market
Now York. Sept. 'J.-FIout Steady but
rather quiet. Wheat Spot steutly; No.
2 led, 714c. elevator; No. 3 icd. 75We. f.
.0. b. alloat; No. 1 northern Dulutli 79c
f. o. b. alloat: options closed steady at 14
uiic. net advance; May clokod 74Ua; Hun-
china closets. Refrigerators.
gL 9 flj
1 A large variety of China
are to be seen here. One
Hkc cut, best quality
highly polished has bent
B cuds, fcpecial value at
tcmbcr, 7415c: Decpinber, 72'4c Corn
Spot steady; No. 2. ti7c elevator and BS',ic
1. o. b. alloat: options closed lather llim
at 14al4c. net advance; May closed lP4c:
boptember. Ulllc; Detomber, I7c. Outs
Spot dull; new No. 2 oats, 31c; new
tiack mixed westein, 3!c; new track
white, 3ln42c; options dull: May closed
3(,!f,c: December. 3iia30'Jc Butter Steady;
eieamcry. I5al915c; do. factoiy, 13al,"V-e.;
lpuovated, ll5al7c.; imitation cieamery.
I4alCc; stato daily, 5al8!Ac Cheese
Quiet to llim; now state full cicam small
coloied fancy, 10Jjal014c; small coloteu,
10al015c; laige coloied. 94ii9c; huge
white', Dy,n9J4c Eggs-Firm; stato and
Pennsylvania, 21a22c; weUern candled,
20a21c; western uncandled, 17a20c.
Chicago Grain Market.
Chicago, Sept. 2. Ttadng In gtulns to
day was of a dull, though somewhat
nervous natuie. Tho fact that thetu wr.s
no contntct guide stuff to deliver on Sep
tember wheat, corn or oats conn acts (a
condition that was expected), had some
thing ot a bullish effect. Weather condi
tions, however, wcie Impiovcd for both
wheat and coin and as a ic.-ailt of the
tamo conlllct between these two fuutnts
in 11 very n.tnow niaiket nn.il pntv
changes weio slight. Septemncr wheal
closed lia-8c down; December, un
changed; September coin. !f. higher; De
cember, lie lower, and both Scptcmlier
and December outs, ijc higher. Provis
ions closed 5c. lower to 10c higher. Cash
citiotatitiiiH weio ns lollows: Flour
Sti-adv; No. 2 spiing wheat, 7.ic; No. 3,
kSaii95c: No. 2 led, 70a71-'.i'.: No. 2 coin,
015e.: No. 2 el low, ; No. 2 oats, 29c;
No. 2 while ; No. 3 white, 32i4nJii!c:
No. 2 iyp, 50c; good feeding bailey, ;
lair to choice malting, waitfe, No. 1 ila
seeed, $l.::b: No. 1 1101 thwvstein, si, 12;
prime tlmotli.v sued, $1,15; mes polk, per
bariPl. $lli.Wa1ii.S5; laid, per 100 jiounds,
up. i.iaiu..iu; sunri uns, fiu,r.aiu 2U; slioui
deis, Sak-'ic; shot I clear sides. lO'Se
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Chicago. Sept 2 Cuttle Receipts, 10,
50o, Including 2,300 Te.Mins, l.oun western:
slow, laugeis lower; gootl to pilme Hteen.
nominal. $7.75aS.ti0; poor to medium. $1.23
U7.50; stockeis and feedeis, $2..",0a3.23;
cows. $184.108.40.206 50; helfpi-., $2.50aii; canncrs,
JI.Mit2.no; bulls, $2.23u3: calves, $2.73a7,23;
Texas fed steers, $.tal.5i; westein steeis,
$la3.75. Hogs Receipts todaj, 14,000: to
llioiiow, 2fl,HX); left over, 7,00il; 5al0c hlgh
pi. closed weak: mixed ami hutchom,
$7,35a7.!H); good to choice heavy, $7.(i3u7.95;
tough heavy, $7.13i7.53; light, $7:0a7.75;
bulk of sales, $7. I0.i7.lo Sheep Receipts,
IS.O11O: sheep, steady, closed lower; lamlis
steady, closetl lower; gooil to choli o
wetheis. $3.50.11; fair In 1 liolco mi.cd, $2a
3.5o; native Iambs, $1.50,1575.
Buffalo Live Stock Market.
East Llbeity, Sept. 2.-Cuttle Maikot
f25; mostly lominou, held over stock; lit
tle demand, piles easier. Veals, 3(1;
steady; tops, $",75uS; tali to good. $Ta".ri;
common to light. $5,75ai!.75. Hogs Re
cMpts, 2,200; slow, light weights, 5al0c.
hlglier; otheis titeatly: heavy, $7.85,tS:
mixed, $7,70a7.S0: pigs, $i:,75u7: roughs, $0
tiii.no; btucs, $3a3.50: giasseis itntl tlahles,
JitiT.tX). Sheep und Lambs Receipts, 1,900;
sheep, steady; liimbs, steady ill yester
day's closing pihcs: top lambs, jn.25u5.li);
lull" to good, $3a5.15; culls to cominon.
$3.50a4.30; yeatllngs, $lal,25; wetheis, $.1.73
u4; owes. $3,U.no; yeatllngs. $lal.23; weth
era, $.1.75.1 1; owes, $Ja3.50; sheou, top
mixed, $.i.25u:i 50; lair to wood. $3a3.20; culls
to common, $l.5oa2,75.
East Liberty Live Stock.
Eastt Llbeity. Sept. 'J.-Ciittlu-Maiket
slow; choice, $7.IOa7.50; pi line, $0.50a7;
good, $3 23a0; conimou tn fair, Jlat.bO.
Hogs Mm hot lOulSc hlgluir; in lino heavy
hogs, J7,s3a7.90; nietllutus, J7.il.ia7.70; heavy
Ynrgeis, $7.W.t7 fij; light Voiueis. $7. 15a
7.50; pigs, $7a7,23; toughs, J.i7.23. Sheep
MaiUet slow: best witheis, $.l.70.i.!.W;
good, $,325a3M)i inKed, $2.50 t'l; culK and
common, S 1.50.12: cholio lainlw, $5 23u5.5');
comnioit to good. $1.15: veil I calves, $7.23.1
7.73; heavy ami thin, $la5.
Oil City. Sept. 2.-C1 edit In lances, 122;
certificates, no hid; shipments. Aug. 30
ami 31, 301,502 battels; avciagc SO, 10 1 bar.
rels; shlpmeutB. Sept. t .S1.I77 hartcls,
runs, Aug. 29, 30 and 31, 211, I3S battels;
avciagc, 7VJIS battels.
DO YOUR BEST.
Sty dnctilnti h to lay nslde
CDittcullim, und bo aatlflled;
Just do jour best, and limine, or blama
That follows that counts Jut tho name.
I'vo always noticed gtcat Hticccsti
Is mixed with tumbles moie or less,
And it'a, tho man who does his best
That gets 111010 klcku than all tho lest.
Jainca Vhltcomb lUtoy,
""' " ' . "'., .' SSf'
We show a
large variety of
and white ena
Over 75 different styles of Couches are to be
seen here. They are in Velour, Leather, Fabricord,
Pantasota or Tapestry covers. One like cut has the
latest patent steel construction, which speaks for its
own guarantee. In the best 3-toned velous only
In order to make
of oak, sweep, all our remaining
glass erators are quoted at
ir.trra.'VW.mTrwrrr''. . " inwwutmm.ii.m"." Mia.'
Pays 3 interest on
savings accounts whether
large or small.
Open Saturday evenings
from 7.30 to S.30.
HENRY BELIN, JR.,
General Agent (or the Wyoming District for
Uininj, mutiny, Sportlnff, FmoVcless nl thi
Repauno Chemical Compinjr'a
Safety Fuse, Caps and Exploders. Koom 101 Con.
cell Dulldins .Scranton.
JOIIM n. SMITH k SON
C. W. UULL1QAN
When in Need
Of j, anything in tho Una of
J optical goods wo can supply it.
and Eye Glasses
Properly fitted by an expert
From $1.00 Up
! Alnn nil klnrin nf nrnnnrln.
J ticm work and repairing.
JYlercereau 5c Connell,
133 Wyoming Avenue.
'J cK-r-Il 'f''A KjfSJSL. I
meled dreisers. One like illus- 1 i Eft
tration, in golden oak finish, I A v3
highly polished, an 518 value, "
v Bill v
t HUNCH :
.t.ti'm CnnnnfAn Pin
N. seventh St.. kJllt UllLVII J 1 III
Old 'Phone, 233i.
New 'Phone, 293 a. .'
Gas Mantles, '
THE NEW DISCOVERY
253-327 Pen 11 Avenue,
Booms 1 nnd 3
MINING AND BLASTING
Mads at Moosic ami lluthdile Work.
Laflln & Rand Powder Co.'a
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Electric llatleriet, Kliclrlc Kinloders, Ex.
plodlne niists. Ejfcty Kuie.
REPAUNO OHEMIOAI. CO.'S
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