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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-THUJISDAV; jSOVIiliVJLBEJx 13, 1902,
Wall Stioct Review.
Now York. Nov. 12. Transactions in
Moclia tun well ovur a million Blmros to
day In a rcmurhubly fevciisli and lruwi
j.ir miukct. This ncllon ot tlio mnritot
gavo vni'r.tnt for tlio jiicmimiHIcm that
limwriul llnnnclul Interests lmil sot tliem
hcK'cm the task of miiipurlltiK tlio market
iind cstnhllshliif? u condition of equili
brium. It wrtB iiHsiimoil In Wall struct
tlint tlio Hcllnti of stocks lmil taken on nit
lmllscilmlnnto elmmcter tlmt tlircnteniMl
urilous results to mibstntitlnl IntercfttB.
Theto wno a futthcr threatening bunk
this morning which was not unniitttrnl In
view or tlio riuilil decline in iiroRiem t
the close, of ycstcitlay'B market. Tlio ini
jMlrmciil thus caused In mittirini tintl tho
tinxloty niousctl nmoiiK outside holdois
of stocks who wero not within Immcilliilo
icacli of their lirokors yostoiday iiftor
jwon IhoiirIH in heavy wlllnpr otdois to
commission house this moinltiR tid n re
Milt of which ononliiB prices woio Horn 1
to .1 points lower for iitiiutlcnlly all tho
IrndhiK nctlvo stocks. Theso pilees veie
tile lowest of the day, although the level
was nnntonchcil tienln on one or two siin-pc.-n.uent
dips. It hecamo quickly iniiiil
lest that huyers oE unlimited lesourceit
were In the market ami tho healest ol
icrliigs wero quickly ahsoibed anil pi Ices
wmo vigorously bid up throiiffh ll ooils of
pellliiB orders. Tim suppoiters of the miir
kel had a. stormy timo durlnw tho tlrst
lioiir nml prices kept niiimnir up and
down n considerable scale In u lively and
confusing manner, but by tho end of tlio
Hist hour tho selllliK had been lumiRlit
almost to a. standstill, and substantial
iceoverlcs weio eslnlillshed nil through
tho list. The support ceiiteitd 111 HI.
I'anl. AmiilBniniiteil Copper and the
Tolled States Steel stocks. The Ijiiyliiff
of these stocks had a notable effect In
leassuiing speculatlvi' sentiment Just as
their unsupported condition on miller
days of this week was n notable Intluencv
in tho depression. There weio seeral
special inlHie.rn.-i-M -nhlc li helped to on
lourago .sentiment. Chicago and Noitli
wpstern, nfler a drop of :: points lecovun'il
to i! over last night on the action of the
dhectors In faor of issuing new slock
wJtli rights to BtockhoIilerM to subscribe
at par. There was very little news to ac
count for the movement of prices. 1'pou
the (list, reeoveiy after a temporary
pause, attempts wero made to lencw the
advance, but tho selling Increased at the
higher level and pi lees fell back again.
Throughout the day. whenever pi ices tie
i lined effective support win loithcomlng
mid on the other hand, any conskleiable
advance Invited lenewed felling. The
closing was llitn. however, and at about
the top level. .Missouri Pacific ofl'eied r-f-feetlvo
resistance to reaction throughout
the dav. Jfoney ihowed a vather easier
lone. Total sales today, l.CUDO shales.
Ilomls weio not as well -supported as
stocks and were rather weak throughout
Total .sales, p.ir value, SMSP.WW. fulled
Slates bonds weio all unchanged on the
Tho following quotatlon-i nro furnished
The Tribune by llaight Fieese Co., 314
815 Mears Buildlns. V. D. Kunyoii, man.
Amal. Copper ...
Am. C. & V
Am. Cotton Oil ..
American Jce ....
Am. Ice. Pr
Am. 'Loco.. Pr ...
Am. S. & R. Co ,
Ti.ilt. & Ohio
Brook. U. T
c.inadlan Pacific ...
Che-. t Ohio
Chicago Xz Alton ...
Chic. At CI. AV
C, jr. &- St. P
Col. Fuel Sr Tiou...
Col. & Southern ...
Col. South., -d Pr
!'. I 111
Pel, K- Hue!
Pflrlfio Mnll 3SU 3SJ4
I'cnnn. It, II IM; !;
oplo's ans ,,., ioi',& urns
cssed Btccl Car ... tm rnsi
ailing BTn firj
Dnnil Hi. .............. hi..
Heading, lit Pr Sits,
Heading, M Pr 70;4
Hepilbllc Steel. I'r... 7,V,$ 7,
nil it, rc oiiii x' ...... i
St. li. So. V 20
Southern Pacific .... K.1'4
Southern It. It Mlfe
Southern It. 11., Pr.. fll'i
Term. Con! & Iron... IWfi
Texiis . Pacific .... II
Union l'aclllc ii"S io.'
Union l'aclllc, Prr... W) !0U
IJ. S. Leather VJ 32'a
i;. S. Iioather, Pr ... 8SU si
i;. S. Kubber iri'i ifiii
P. H. Steel !!j?i Hun
V. H. Steel, Pr S-'4i M'&
AVnbash i'i III
Wabash, Pr IP 4in
Western Union SS3 M't
Wheel. & h. i: ::. 'S
Wis. Central 'Jilt 2."i
Total sales, l.llKI.GDO shares,
CHICAGO CHAIN AND PROVISION.
si i :"J.
Deceinbei . .
neeeinber . .
Open. Illgn. Low. Closo.
1 1 :w
Ni:V YORK COTTON MAltKRT.
Open. High. Low. Close.
December 7.!'1 S.US 7.'.r. .s.CS
.lamiitry Sal Mi'i 7 17 SI'S
Maid 7.!H .S.trt 7.1U 7.1'S
Mav 7.!'7 S.iXl 7.01 i.01
177"j 17V,. 17
file, 1st Pr
rhie. 2d IT
Hocking Valley ,
Illinois Central ..
Kan. Citv X.: South,
Louis, .t Nash 127i'. 12
Mel. St. Ry 13'1'b 137'i
-Mexican Central .... L'l'l 2T1
Mo., K. & Te'...
Mo., K. S.- T., Pr..
N. V. Central ....
Norfolk - AVcst ..
Out. .t West
. . Tilt
.. 211" '
Scranton Bonvd of Trade
Quotations All Quotatio
on Par o 100.
Lackawanna Dairy Co., Pr....
Countv Sav. Hunk & Trust Co
Kh at Nat. Bank (.Carbonuale).
Till id Uatlonal Bank
Dime Dep. & Dls. Bank
Economy L.. H. & P. Co
First National B.ink
Lack. Trust & Sale Den. Co .
Clark i Snover Co., Pr
Scranton Savings n.uik
Traders' National Banl:
Scranton Bolt S: Nut Co
Scranton Packing Co
Scranton Passenger Railway,
first mortgage, due l'J-'O
People's Street Railway, Hist
mortgage, due 191S
Peoplo's Stieet Railway, Gen
eral mortgage, duo 1921
Scranton True. Co., per cent.
Economy L., II. & P. Co
Xt JCI.-V.I 4-W X J.xtttj ,..w w....
Consolidated Water Supply Co
Scranton Wholesale Market.
(Corrected by II. O. Dale, 27 Lacku. Ave.)
lioiir- ?l.40. , , ,
Butter Kicsh creamery, 2i,c.; fiesh
ICggs Nearby. :.0c: stoiage, 2.'c.
Marrow Beans Per bushel, $2.b".
Onion Per bushel, iMa70c.
Potatoes OdC. per bushel.
New York Grain and Produce Market
New Tori;, Nov. 12. Flour Receipts,
; dull: western Hour buyeis woie 10al."ic.
under tho market; winter stranghts. $3.l.i
:i.55; Minnesota patent, fi.OtUUO; .Minne
sota bakeis, ;;.20a3.3o. Wheat Spot mar
ket easier: No. 2 led, 7Ge. elevator: No. 2
red, 7c: f. o. b. afloat: No. 1 northern
Duliith, Mc. f. o. b. atloat; wheat ad
anced early in the (lay but a sharp break
ill December started late soling which de
stroyed all previous advance. The close
was easy at 'in'ic. net decline; May closed
7.S'.c.: December, 7Sc. Corn Spot steady:
Xu. 2, i,i.c. elevator and 0."'e. f. o. b.
.-lfloat; No. 2 yellow, We; No. 2 white,
inr,c: option mnrket was gcneially strong
mid higher, until tho lato wheat decline
piotnoted reaction-, tho close being c.
lower on May; December being wanted by
hhoits closed Tsc net higher: January
Micliaeliaii Bros. & Co
124 Washington Ave.
The advantages we give you in buying your
RUGS from us:
We are giving you plenty of time to consider and to try
We don't put you into excitement and force our Rugs
on you at exceedingly high prices.
We don't sell you Rugs we know will not wear more
than a couple of years.
Our Rugs are not washed and made antique with chem
icals. Our Regular Prices Are 20 P$r Cent Low
er Than Any Other Prices.
Inspect Our Stock.
Try Our Prices
closed mi";c: Kcbiuary. r.0',,c; Muy, 4G'4o,:
November, tile; December, r,V',c. Oats
Spot steadv: No. 2.3Pjc; standard white,
37c; No. IS. I.'i'sc: No. 2 white, 37c; Jo. :l
white. 30',.c; Hack mixed western, nomi
nal: track white. 30,i37c; option steadv
at first but llnnllv eased off with corn;
December closed 3."c Butter-Firm: ex
tin creamery, 2ilc; do. factory, lii.uRc.;
creamery, common to choice, l'J.i 2,iC. ; Im
itation cicamery. 17a21c: state dairy. IS.i
2l',.o.: renovated, 7',a2lc. Cheese Mar
ket unlet but firm; now slate full cream,
fancy small coloied, old, 127,0. ; now,
12c; smal white, old, 12:l.,c.: now. lSIsc:
laige coloied, old, 12,'Jc: new, 12'' 3c.; large
whit", old. 121,c; new. 21 'u. Ilggs
Stiong; average best, 2:a27c: rofilger.ited,
17!ii21e.j western fancy, 2iic; Western,
common to prime, 20,i21c
Chicago Grain Market.
Chicago, Nov. 12 Trading on the board
of tiade was rather inactive today and
though wheat opened firm, the elo-e was
easy with December V,ae. net lower.
December corn closed a shade higher and
oats 'ic. lower; .l.inuaiy proisions closed
2V-al0c. lower. Cash iitintatlons wcie as
follows: Flour-Steady: No. 2 spiing
wheal. T2n7!'.ic: No. 3. Hla70c; No. -red,
71'iii72c; No. 2 corn. Dllfce.: No. 2 ellow,
."il'.c: No. 2 o.itr, 2e.; No. 2 white, ; No.
3 white. 2S',i'i;UH.c; No. 2 re. 40c; good
feeding bailev. 33a3Se ; fair to choice malt
ing, lla.-iSc.: No. 1 llax seed. $117; No. I
northwestein, ?1.23; prime tlmotheyseed,
$3.ij0; mess pork, per liairel, l.St::ui;
lard, per 100 pounds. $lP37,Siil0.40; short
libs, sides. Sl0.10.i1o 30; shoulders, i'J.oiU
9.07".; shoit clear sides, $10.il0.-o.
Buffalo Xive Stock Market.
Kn.st Buffalo, Nov. 12. CattlcRceeipU
7"i; slow and easy: pilme steers, $i,..iy.n
.snipping sleeis, .Mj..iiai; imieiieis,
I coders, $3.7rut.i: stockers. 3.25a.2J;
neiiers, -. nra.,; veins, j.,.ih.i;. yj.
lings Ilceeipts, :;.0Ol; pigs and hcavv,
lO.itoc. lower: others stead ; heavy, ?..! i
(',.40; mixed and medium. S0.'!0.iri.3."i; YnrU-
eis, ji).2.".u;::o: pigs. 5U.30; loughs, j.i.!'oa
I! 03! stags. $l.."0ar.2".
East Liberty Live Stock.
Hast Liberty. Nov. 12. C.iUlc-Slcnd;. :
choice, JG.iriuO.IO; prime, $5.7Sa'j; good, ,1.2.j
Hogs Steady: primo heavies, $i;.IOiC. t:
mediums. W.3"ui.37',i; heavy Yorkers. J.0..I0
iin.::."i: light Yoikers and pigs, fU.UJa'J.W;
Oil City, Nov. 12. Credit balances. $!."');
certificates, no sales: 110 hid; offered 11-';
rlilpments, 1ii.!,SV( barrels; ueiage. 03.013
bauels; inns, I'l.bOl bancla; aciagc, 71,
of Denver, Colorado.
50 Cents a Share
This is a legitimate mining entct prise.
A dividend paying mine, owned In fee
simple by the company and located on
Bobtail Hill In the heart of the famous
Gold Belt of Gilpin county, Colorado.
Stock can be bought on the monthly pay
ment plan. Subscribers can pay 10 per
cent, cash and 10 per cent, a month till
the stock is paid for
Boys' Clothing Department 0n "
Brimful of good Items, Invitingly priced, carefully 'selected, honest values. Such Is the story In a few
words. A talk about this splendid and thoroughly up-to-date stock Is always In order, for there Is always some
thing good to talk about. Come and see.
In dark colors, coats well-Hued
and finished; panta have good
duck walst-bnnds, taped seams,
guaranteed not to rip; sizes,
0 to 15 years. Marked dj qq
Two pleat each front and
"back, heavy weight and well
made fiom navy blue nil-wool
cheviot, sizes 5 to 12 d rQ
years. Marked at ..JJI."0
In several patterns, made with
vest yoke, pleats front and back,
ana belt ot same ma
terial; size S to 12
years. Marked at
Overcoats That Will
Defy Jack Frost
Heavy weight Long Coats, all
wool, come in black and gicy.
Cut full; has u style of its own.
Sizes, 8 to 15 yenrs. d gC
Child's Ovetcoat, made of same
inatoilal and is full length;
trimmed with white tj -y aQ
pearl buttons PoJ.T'O
Angora Tain O'Shauters
The qualities are elegant and
the assortment unusually strik
ing; nil shapes. Marked rvo
at, each 50c and VOL
Boys' Garnet Knee Pants
Sizes, 3 to 7 years. Made from
strictly all-wool Cheviot; bottoms
nie buttoned and have bow trim
ming; rood waist bauds, fa
Pilced at OUC
Fancy woven, many plain and
a combination of pretty colors
blended together, which makes
this line unusually attrac- flQ-r
tlve G9c, 85c and VOL
Boys' Shirts and Shirtwaists
Made from fine imported Ma
dras and. Garner's Percales; colors
guaranteeed; sizes com- u
plete 50c and uC
Colored Dress Goods
Generous assortment of every known weave, at a very attractive- price.
For further information, call on or ad
dles CHARLES D. SANDERSON,
136 Wyoming Avenue.
Spencer Trask & Co.
27 & 29 Pine Street, New York
Members New York Stock Exchange,
Is absorbing the keen interest of careful buy
ers, because, never has a sale of furnishings
for the home exhibited so much of the high
grade at such irresistable figures.
If we did not receive a measure of our
-z-z z compensation through the making of room
for Christmas goods, that will commence to arrive next week, the items we mention below would bear the
advanced prices that will greet you elsewhere.
The ? re-hri$iina$ (Igarm
of raple omefumihin..
Like cut. Finished
in golden oak, having
French bevel mirror
and excellent brass
trimmings. They pre
sent an opportunity
to secure a S12 Chif-
S i W .1, jf
W am '""ril
r i if t v.fcji' -.
Kir '. t f jnier for
I gSSg 7.95
As highly efficient as it is orna
mental, Improved grate and fire
pot and unusually great radiating
surface, worthy of an 18.00 heat
er, are some of its features besides
Xhe price 12.00
j&fpzMI I (Ml ' ril'i'lnigSiHT'i
BWMffi It iM
This noteworthy ad
vantage to purchasers
of floor covering is an
index to the liberal
prevails not only in the
but throughout this
great store. You can
not buy here without
Special Semi-Wool IngrainCarpets may come and
go, but this challenge value remains without a peer. 75c
is what others charge tor similar grades. Our
price per yard is only
Body BrusselsNo matter what you pay, better
wearing weaves cannot be found. The figure, and color
selection is most ample, too, Prices, per yard, $1.25,
$1.35, $1.40. '
Tapestry Brussels Rugs9xi2, a captivating arrav
of the newest pattern creations, at $17.00, $18,00, $19.00.
Smyrna, Brussels, Axminster and Wilton Velvet
Room Rugs in a variety of price and pattern to please
Carpet Remnants-For Rug Making. The pieces are
from the ends of rolls, and are from 1 to 1)4 yards long,
With fringe for both ends, the price complete 7(n
is only I ML
36-inch. Henriettas, Cnslimeres,
rigured Novelties; nlso 40-inch
Storm Serges, many colors, light,
medium and dark shades, (.
including black, a yard. . ZuC
50-inch Strictly All Wool Pana
ma Cloth, and 54-inch Venetian
Suitings, plain and fancy mixed
colors; elsewhere, 89c; ZA
here for, a yard O V4
50-inch Trench Poplins and
Skark-skin Cloth. beautiful
shades; elsewhere, $1.25;
here for, a yard. . . ,
38-lnch' All Wool Albatross,
Henriettas, Cashmeres, Serges,
and 42-inch Cheviots, colors and
black; marked elsewhere at
50 cents; here for, a a Q
45-inch All Wool Satin Fin
ished Whipcords, in all colors,
usual price elsewhere. $1; Cf
at the Big Store, yard. . . Ot
38-tncli Strictly All Wool
Knickerbocker Suitings, little
dots of white yarn generously
woven througn laoric; regular
price, 59c; at the Big
French Flannel Waistings,
plain and fancy figured. Special
at, per yard,
39c, 49c, 59c, 69c
All Wool Challies, new designs
for Waists and Dressing Sacques;
priced elsewhere at 59c; a g
for sale here at T'DC
5G-lnch All Wool English Tail
ored Suitings and Skirtings,
in Coverts, Thibets, Meltons,
Cheviots, Panamas, Vigoreaux;
marked for sale elsewhere at
SI. 50; priced here at
Moving Picture Exhibition Free This Week
Morning Programme begins at 10 and 11 o'clock. Afternoon Programme at 2, 3 and 4 o'clock.
Programme for Today "Trip to the Moon," "Facial Massaga," "Tramp's Interrupted Nap," "Shad Fishing on
the Delaware," "The Old Maid's Lament." Don't fail to sse "The Trip to the Moon,"
EXHIBITION ON THE THIRD FLOOR
No 57 Broadway, New York City.
MEMBERS NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE.
STOCKS.BONDS and INVESTMENTS
FOR INVESTMENT OR ON MARGIN
o You Want $20.00 7
If you do, sec Full particulars as to how WM
to Kct tliciti, on page t.
Dockash Stoves at Wholesale Dockash
Closely splnrtlctf, (arved baik, ftiilahtil
in your choice of odlc or mahogany, with
vwjou or oouoier bom, worm I ir
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CREDIT YOU? CER.TAINLY!
221-223-225-227 WYOMING AVENUE,
A $20 Hey wood Adjust
able Qo-Cart for 12.50
Hody of woveu reed adjustable
back and dush, full upholstered
sides parasol aud holder, rubber
tlrod wheels aud all the other im
provements, for which this cl
United make if'aoted, lor
t'r -rTff'vffi7fl'Miji!fliHrfrirHt i flMim "BtWi'1! yt1 In m fh m J
ii--1 tv rrar 11 whwiii t-r:itis. n.-ir.,-".r.'ia. - r
tyti" t .-
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ALJ Buy a stove made hundreds of miles away, when you can buy
I W ti 7 SCRANTON STOVES at Foundry Prices. You can get repairs at
C any time on home-made Stoves.
c Parlor Sfoues from $5.00 and (JbuJards
Ranges (6 boiler noies;, $10.00 ana upwards c
CM ni oomo rrir nQ nt FnillldlV bv T
FOOTB cS FULLER CO., WILLIAM CHAP 'ELL,
740-742 WASHINGTON AVENUE. r-nVIOENGE SQUARE.
UNION CASH STORE, A, J, HOWLEY,
OUNMORE, PA, Oil NORTH WASHINTON AVENUE.