Newspaper Page Text
"HE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. l''
,KL..Di.N AM) JILLAYE OUT j.v;o rns:7cn tcinibteks ten- OCR THEIR RESIGNATIONS. Their Places Are i'lllcd by General Chanoine uml Senator Oodin Pub lic Opinion Is Now Changing lor Revision of the Dreyfus Case. Paris, Kept. IS ricner.il Zurllnden, the minister of war, and M. Tlllaye, the minister of public works, have ten dered their resignations. General .urllnden's written reslsna tlon, 6ent loiPremleriBrlsson, was us follows.: "I have the honor to bee you to re ceive my resignation as minister of war. An exhaustive study of the papers In the Dreyfus case has con vinced mo too fully of his guilt for me to accept, an the head of the army, any other solution than that of the malntonamsof tho Judgment In Its entirety." M. Tlllaye In the letter transmitting his resignation made mi apparent bid for public favor, lie wrote: "The council having decided to ap point a commission t" consider the re quest for a revision nf the trial of the convict Dreyfus, 1 am unable to accept nny share In the responsibility for that Btep, which. In my opinion, Involves a revision of the cus'.'." I ater In the day another cabinet council wni held, at which fJeneral t hanolnf. commander of the First div ision of the First army corps (Dopuit ment of the North and the Pas de c'al ii Is), was appointed minister of war, In succession to General Zurlluden, and Senator fiodln. representing French India, was oppolntcd minister of public works, succeeding M. Tlllaye. The committee summoned by M, Snr rlen to decide upon the question of the proposed revision will begin to consider the matter on Wednesday next. WHEN THI3 CRISIS CAME. At the first meeting of the cabinet ministers yesterday It was decided to submit the documents In the Dreyfus case to a commission to be selected by the minister uf Justice, M. Sarrlen. The minister of war. General '.urllnden, and the minister of public works, Sen ntor Tlllaye. 1't before the council ad journed, which was Interpreted to mean that they did not agree with their col leagues In the matter and Intended to resign. The council met at the Klysec palace nt y.SO a. m., President Faure presid ing. According to a semi-official note, the minister of Justice said that after having examined the papers he felt un nhlp to decide upon the question of the proposed revision of the Dreyfus case until he had taken the opinion of a special commission of the ministry of Justice. The cabinet thereupon author ized the minister to summon a com mittee for the purpose. It was reported that the portfolio of minister of war would be offered to General Lebrun or to M. De Freyclnet, and that If they refused to accept the office M. Brlssou, as previously cabled, would assume the duties of minister of war in addition to the premiership, and that 11. Valec would be appointed min ister of public works. As he was leaving the F.lysee palace after the cabinet meeting a large crowd of people cheered the premier. M. Brls son, with cries of "Vive la revision!" apparently showing that popular feel ing was changing In favor of a reopen ing of the Dreyfus case. Ju-lcs CSodln was born at Versailles March II. 1S44. He studied law at Paris, and received his doctorate in 186S, and became an advocate in the council of Hate and the court of cassation. In 1876 he was elected a deputy for the French Indies. Since 1S31 M. Godln has t-erved as a senator for the Indies. He was named as counsel to the court of appeals of Lyons In 1SS1, and to that of Paris In 18S3. He was decorated UMIlllilllllllliiiiigiuiiiiiiiiiilllllliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilllllllilllllllllllltllllllllllllU K'.&vsyp&rvat&iivr. . ' w--.-;i?H!S!ES7 vswasae Ono oi tho Railroad Depots New Ortnce Is well supplied with rullroad accommodatli ns. A new belt line, Incorporated for Jirw.ow, run ning directly through New Orange ami owned by the Association, conned the place with the following great trunk lines and furnishes it direct ship ping und passenger accommodation over three, roads: Central Railroad of New Jersey, the Philadelphia ami Reading, tho Baltmorc and Ohio, lh Lehigh Valley, and the Ueluwuie, Lackawanna and Western Rullroad. The Grounds. New Orango Is n plot of ground b lug about twelve miles directly south west from City Hall In New York City, and is composed of about sixty fruit and truck farms, a small por tion of which Is woodland and lies at an average elevation of 120 feet above the tea level, there being no wet or marshy ground upon the entire plot. Upon it will be a body of water about ono mile lyng and on an average of a half mile wide which Is to be Im proved by the Association and trans formed Into u Summer Resort. A lako view drive will be built around tho en tire lake, a targe hotel and Casino will La built on the beach, making It ono of the finest resorts around New York City. The woodUud Is to be used for public parks, NEW ORANGE. What Well Known Scranton Peo ple Think of that Prom ising Place. Various Bcianton people have visited the New Orange tract of land near Now York city, many lots of which have been sold hereabouts. Views from Rev. J. B. Sweet. Secretary Wy oming Conference and pastor of tho Simpson M. E. Church, who writes as follows: Scranton. Pa.. June 23. 1S0S. It affords me great pleasure to speak approvingly of thli site of New Or ange. N. J, In company with Mrs. Sneet we made the tour of the prop My and wre charmed with the lay of tho land, tho beautiful scenery, the apparent fertility of the soil, the iirogieihlve eentlcmanllneas of the men Interested. Already a large fae- g ' (Mllcc-308.309 Mean FiiiiuiuiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiHuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiimiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiB with the Cross of the Legion of Honor in 18S0, Paris, Sept. 18. Lo Solr says that General Chanoine, the newly-appointed war minister, told friends that he re garded himself as a sentinel relieving another charged with watching over the army's rights, and Intlmnted that ns he was appointed after the first cabinet council of Saturday ho was not tesponslblc for the decisions reached nt the council. lie declared that should he see nny attempt, tinder pretext of u te vision of the Dreyfus proceedings, to engage In manoeuvres against the army lie would Immediately resign, A majority of Paris papers approve of the cabinet's decision, which Is looked upon as the first definite step taken toward revision. A few unimportant street demonstra tions occurred last night, GRACE THOMAS ALIVE. Was Not the Murdered Woman of Bridgeport Pond. Wllkes-Bnrre. Sept. IS. Mrs. John R. Thomas, of Warrior Run, this coun ty, received a telegram from the chief of police nt Stamford. Conn., this af ternoon that her daughter Grace was nllvc and well In that city. This was n great relief to Mrs. Thom as, who has been led to believe from the descriptions furnished, that the woman found murdered In a pond nt Bridgeport was her daughter. IN THE PLAY HOUSES, "1402" Tomorrow Night. The Boston Post of Sept. 13 says that Burnet mid PIIciiBcr-s operatic extrav aganza. "1132" still holds popular favor In Boston. The clever frcslieuliigs Bolt of modernized the former success of the Boston Cadets add much to the otherwise brilliancy of the funny burlesque of the days of Ferdinand and Isabella, and their ridiculous coi fusion with the present time. A good sized audience greeted tho reappearance In Its hearty enjoyment, much Interest centered In "Stuait," who Is known as tho Malo Pattl, and who plays the role of Queen Isabella. His Impersonation is one of the lincst seen on Boston boards, and his admtraule sing ing would seem to give him the light to assume the name he does. The extriiv aganza will be seen at tho Lyceum to morrow night. Roeber & Crane Brothers. The simple announcement of the com ing of the Roeber & Crane Brothers com pany to tho Academy for n th-eo days engagement on Monday, taking Into con sideration tho good things they promise, should suffice to pack tho popular house to tho roof at every performance. Be sides Krnest Roeber, the champion Graeco-Homan wrestler of the world, who will appear In splendid contests against tho best wrestling experts obtainable, at every performance, Crane brotheis. the Mudtown Rubes: Alf. Grant, tho well known comedian; West & Williams, the parody kings: Rosalie, the versatile danc er; Ford and Dat West, sketch artists; Misses Maxwell and Dixon, English tr.t esty artists and oculists; Love and La moot In a laughable take-off on leading dramas and LeCIalre & Leslie. The lat ter artists possess tho reputation of be ing the most versatile on the vaudeville stage. "Sporty Widows" at Gaiety. The "Sporty Widows" Burlesque com pany will appear at the Gaiety theater all of this week on what the management describes as a magnificent srule. In a spectacular sense, and with ii cast, we are told, which will be found superior to any vet seen at this popular place of amusement. The opening skit Is called "A High Old Time," Its libretto Is of tho most elastic kind and can be strctchd to accommodate almost anything In the way of Interpolated song, dance or other specialty. There Is a good olio In which some of the best vaudeville artists par ticipate and the performances closes with a hurlcsquo entitled "The Bombardment of Vanilla," and as Its name Implies, It Is on tho military order. It gives the girls mary opportunities to disport them selves In all the glory of gold lace am) gorgeous accoutrements. Matinee will be given on Monday. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. to He Unlit nt New Orange toiy has been creeled, several a homes built, streets laid out, railroad g to tactory built, and railroad connect- lug with tho Jersey Central, Lehigh 5 Valley, Baltimore and Ohio. Peiin- S slvunia und D., L. ti W. assurer). 5 The college site Is beautiful, and tho X site tor i ,iy Hall square gles a mag- -j ullicent ew of the surrounding eouu- trj -tliil oi New York city, Its large S buildings and lirooklyn Bridge being 2 plainly visible Hum the site whero B New O'-.tnti City Hall Is to be. As a s p.ucM , r investment It seems to me Hi, -ii- can be no question of beneficial B I. suit. Wo bespeak of great things B tor it In the near future. Its nearness B to tho great Metropolis, the high so- B clal standing of Its towns, tho topo- s graphical conditions of New Orange S must mean success. Sincerely yours a J. B. SWEET. 3 3 A Delightful Country. g Dr. E. T. Whroton. Dentist. Mean Building suys of New Orange. N. J.: New Orange Is tho name of u new K town slto located In New Jersey. In B sight of New York city, and only ihlr- a ty-llve minutes' ride to and from the S Great Metropolis. The laud owned by X the Association Is very nicely tiiuatcd, B being on an average elevation of 1W 3 feet above high tide, and Just rolling enough to bo desirable. Its location 3 Is such, surrounded as It Is by large 5 cities und towns, that It must soon be- X come a. city of greut Importance as the X association agrees to put In enough m factories to employ iO.uoo wage work- 5 crc. The property Is rapidly Increas. 3 lug In value, as the work Is progress S Ing, and Is u charco In a life tlmo to S get a valuable piece of property at a B small price. One can not truly up- S predate the beauty of Its situation and S surroundings without going over the L-i-nlindH T pnn heitrlllv rannrrtnm,rA It to all who have money to Invest. The Klcca Manufacturing company'! new factory In which about 100 hands will be employed at an averuge pay of $15 per week, Is completed. Tho Relia ble Silk Manufacturing company, em ploying MO hands, will follow the Klcca factory. No mistake can be made by purchasing property at New Orange. In my opinion it will appreciate in value 1 per cent. In three years. Youri respectfully. DR. E. T. WHEATON. Dulldlupr, Scranton, Ta. THE MARKETS. Wall Street Review. New York, Sept. 17. London started prices down this mornlrg und there were general declines after tho opening on ac count of uneasiness over the effect of nn unfavorable bunk stulcmcnt. Thore was evidently profit taking on a heavy specu lative line of scmo of the leading stocks, tho effect being most pronounced In tho Northern Pacifies and 8t. Paul, tho for mer running oft a point. At the same time there were points of strength In tho market, notably Baltimore and Ohio and Chicago Great Western on reports of passing to tho control of Great Northern interests looking to tho formation of a great trans-continental trunk line. One or two of tho specialties also moved briskly upwards. Thoro was a covering of shorts In Sugar, thus eliminating the leading factor of weakness from tho mar ket. Ab a consequenco it liberal demand sprang up at tho low level and there was quite n notable absorption of stocks. To tul sales wcro 178,800 shares. Furnished by WILLIAM LINN ALLEN & CO., stock broker, rcoms 703-700, Mears building. Open- High- Low- Clos ing, est. est. Ing. Am. Cot. Oil 85 ') 3"Vs 3'li Am, Stlg. Ro'g Co ..1213i 125U 123? 122 Atcll., To. & S. Fc .. 13U 13'4 13'4 IT', A., T. S. F Pr .. 3.V,i 35',i 3.7 W'i Am. Tobacco Co ....1MV4 lol'i U'H ISPi Bait, & Ohio 41 4l'i tl?i l Brook. R. T f1 Kl 5S 53 Bay Stnto Gas 3i ."!, !IU C'i N. J. Central 901,4 fiUi rMt,i 03 Chic. & a. V l,Vi 16 13?i 1 Chic. & N. W 1.1IU 13H4 131 IIP', Chic, B. & Q IV, IP.'!. US US'i Chicago Gas 101 lojij lOtH lOi'i, Chic, Mil. & St. P'..llci HOSg W04 HO'ii Chic, R. 1. & P 103', lOT-J 10S',i 103; Delaware & Hud ...1074 lOS'i 10714 lftS',', D.. L. & W 131 131 131 151 Cell. Hlcctrlc Jfi4 47 K'i -7 Louis. & Nash 57 ",'s Wl'i 57"4 Manhattan Klo ... M. K. & Tex., Pr Mo. Pacific Nat. Lead Out. & West Nor. Pacific sh :tea Vj'.h I'o'a 33Vs 33'i 33'.n 3.1U 3IU 33 3l'l 'J.'. 34 33 ?.P,; 33 3G lii'4 IK IS' J 413; 4; tl'i ;p; Nor. Pacific. Pr .... 77 78; 77 78!i 3.1U 19 9 Pacific Mall 32 ."P4 3:1 Phil. & Read lS'A JfU JR'.s Southern It. R !l 9 9 Southern R. It.. Pr.. 3l',i 3PJ 34 3Pi Tenn., C. & Iron .... 29 2PJ 2S1! Ii!"', Texas & Parlflc .... 1IU n; j's H'i Fnlon Pacific fit!; 7a; (ir,f' 1,7 P. S. Rubber 46t', 4r,i 45 4V V. S. Leather, Pr .. 691 C9H cn'.i Wj Wabash SH S'4 SI, si-. Wabash, Pr 2Hi 22'i 2I'i 22.", !'.4 West. Union 931; Wi p.l'.i . I,, l; i" .'j ;' i',i Wabash. I'r l.Vfe 17 15?i 17 Met. Traction Co ..153 13G'i 153 155li CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADH. Open- High- Low- Clos- WIIRAT. Ing. est. est. Ing. December 624 62", K'i fHv May 61; 01"i C!"i M'i CORN. December 293i 291! 29,ji 29 May 3Hi 31, 31'- Ill's OATS. December soij, cni 20'i i'9 May 22H ZVi. 22 22U PORK. December. S. 13 S.I3 S.37 S.37 LARD. December. 4.S0 4.S2 4. SO 1.S2 Scranton Board of Trade Exchange Quotations All Quotations Based on Par of 100. STOCKS. Bid. Asked. Scranton & Pittston Trac. Co. ... ;o First National Bank SOO l-llmhurHt Boulevard 100 Scranton Suvlugs Bank 223 ... Scranton Packing Co 9; Lacka. Iron & Steel Co 23 Third National Bank Sfc3 ... Throp Novelty Mfg. Co &o Scranton Hallway Co 25 Dlmu Dep. & DIs. Bank 103 Economy Light Heat & Pow er Company 45 Scranton Illuminating, Heat & Power Company S3 ... Scranton Forging Co joo Traders' National Bank 130 Lacka. Lumber Co 150 Lock. Trust & Safe Dep. Co.. 150 170 Mooslc Mountain Coal Co 11314 Scranton Paint Co so" BONDS. Scranton Pass. Railway, first mortgage, duo 1920 115 People's Street Railway, first mortgage, due 191S 115 People's Street Railway. Gen eral mortgage, due 1921 115 Dickson Manufacturing Co 100 Lacka. Township School 5 102 City of Scranton St. Imp. 6 102 Mt. Vernon Coal Co S3 Scranton Axle Works 100 Scranton Traction 6 bonds... 103 New York Produce Market. New York, Sept. 17.-Flour Steady; winter patents. J3.73a3.S0; winter straights, J3.40a4.45; Minnesota bakers. J3.15a3.40; winter low grades, $2.75a3. Wheat Spot steady; No, 2 led, 723ic, f. o. b., afloat to arrlvo and spot; No. 1 northern Du lutli, 77Uc. f. o. b., afloat; options closed steady; September, 70',4c. ; December, 67Uc. Corn Spot steady; No. 2, C3Ua33?c. f. o, Ii., afloat; options steady to firm all day, closed He. net higher; December, 31 7-ltJa3l'5C., closed 3P:c. Oats Spot steady; No. 2, 25c; No. 3. 21c; No. 3 white. 2i.c, ; No. 2 white, 2Sc; track mixed west ern, 2la2fie.; track white. 24a33c. ; options neglected and nominal. Cut Meats Steady; pickled bellies. Ca7'!ic. : do. shoul ders, I'ial'.sC. ; do. hams, 7Ua7l,jC, Butter Firmer: creamery, 15a21c. ; fuctory, HHa 14c; Klglns, 21c; Imitation creamery, 12a 16c; state dairy, ISalSc.: creamery, 15a20c. Cheese Firm. Eggs Fhm; state and ennsylvunia, 17c; western fresh, IG'c. Potatoes Quct. Petroleum Strong; re- lined New York, J0.B3; Philadelphia and Baltimore, JG.60; do. In bulk, JI.10. Philadelphia Provision market. Philadelphia, Sept. 17. Wheat I'n changed; contract grade. September, WV3 nK9?,c Corn Steady; No. 2 mixed, Sep. teinber, 3ln34"ic. Oats Dull and easier; No. 2 white, 2Sa29c; No. 3 white. 21a23c. ; No. 2 mixed, 2laSI!4c. Butter Firm; fancy western creamery, SOVic ; do. prints, 21c. Eggs Firm; fresh, nearby. Who ; do. western, 15'.-;al6c ; do. southern, 15c. Checso Firm. Refined Sugars Un changed. Cotton 1-lGc lower; mlddhig uplands, BTc. Tallow Quiet but steady; city prime, In hogsheads, 35c. ; country. Ill barrels, 3V,c: dark do.. So. ; cakes, 3'ic; grease. 23,0 Live Poultry Quiet but steady; fowls. 10c; old roosters. 7o. ; spring chickens, 10al2c; ducks, DaOijc. Dressed Toultrj - Firm and in good re quest; fowls, choice. Ilal2c; do. fair to good, lo'jdllc; old roosters, 6isic; spilng chickens, nearby. 13al5c: western do., iaigc. Ilal3c; small and scalded, do., 9a 11c. Receipts Flour, 3.000 banelt. and II.. 000 sacks; wheat, 1S.O00 bushels; corn, M, 000 bushels; oats, 18,000 bushels. Ship ments Wheat, 3,500 bushels; corn, HS.lwO bushels; oats, 19,000 bushels. Chicago Produce Market. Chicago, Sept. 17, Heavy clearance at the cousts today held prices steady In the wheat pit. September closed uiicIiiiiirhU and December Va higher. Corn rose ,jc Oats Advanced VkuUc. Tho wheat bltua tlon had no fresh light upon it by early cablegrams or dispatches, but tho mar ket started at u slight Improvement for December delivery. September, however, showed a tendency In the opposite direc tion and that becoming moro pronounced It dragged tho active option In its wake, Tho cash quotations were as follows: Flour-Stead ; special brands, JI.25al,V); hard winter patents, J3,40j3.W); soft do.. J3.30a3.4O; btrnlshts, Jia3.l0; bakers, S.M2.1O; No. 2 spring wheat, GliiC5c: No. 3 do.. C2l 63ic; No, 2 red, .Vic; No. 2 corn, J0.1 30Vc. ; No. 2 yellow com, XOJic. ; No. 2 oats, 2UJa21ic; No. 2 white, 2la25c, No. ; whlto. 22a2lc; No. 2 rye, 47!iamsc; No, 3 barley, 39allc; flax seed, S3c: N. W., M.; timothy seed, J2.47',i; pork. JS.40aS.43; lard, J4.77lial.K7l&; ribs. J5.15a5.35; shoulders, 14 ai'ic: sides, fl.un.tS.T0; sugais, cut loaf, J6.0S; granulated, Jj.ct THE TRIBUNE'S OPPORTUNITY BUREAU ONE INSERTION A WORD. FOR RENT FOR RENT THREE FIRST-FLOOR connecting, furnished rooms for house keeping. Only first-class people. No children. Reference given and required. Address Eureka, this ofllce. FOR RENT-BUSINESS PLACE ON South Bide. For particulars apply to M. F. fiando. Dime Bank. FOR RENT-202 MIFFLIN AVENUE, , seven-room brick. Inquire 15:6 Wash ington. FOR RENT-A DWELLINO HOUS3 with eleven rooms, 424 Madison ac nue. Inquire 422. POR RENT - NICELY FURNISHED front und sldo rrcm. 629 Adams avo. POR RENT-FESK ROOM OR SHARE of ofllees secend floor front, Coal Lx c""8e. Call ut room 15. FOR H , RENT 1 SECOND FLOOR, Qulncy. 701 FOR SALE vonlsALiCSvxoxjZnS payne center crank high speed engine In first class condition. For further par ticulars apply at this ottice. FOR SALE-FIRST-CLASS HOT WA tcr heater, nearly new. 1535 Washing tn avenue FOR SALE - A TEAM OF BLACK horses; slnglo horse and carriage, trap and harness; all In first class condition. Apply at Mrs. John 11. Phelps, 713 Lin den street. FOR SALE-A FINE UPRIGHT PIANO but little used. Uuaruntced and monthly payments accepted. Address P. O. Box 247. FUR SALE- TLN R-I-I'-A-N-S FOR 5 cents at druggists. Ono gives relief. FOR SALE-ONE 20-I1ORSE POWER boiler, us good as new. THE WES TON MILL CO. FOR SALE OR RENT. FOR SALE OR RENT - 8-ROOM house nt Dalton: 5 minutes from station, or will exchange for property In nny town between Scranton and Great Bond. 2uS Mears Building. THE FREAR FOUNDRY AND PLOUOlt works for sale or rent. Inquire of W. II. Patterson, administrator, Eighth street, West Wyoming, Pa., WANTED-TWO FURNISHED ROOMS for light housekeeping, atato rent. A. B. C, this office. REAL ESTATE. REAL ESTATE-FARM 180 ACRES; ono mile from Foster station. Sale or exchange. Excellent buildings, nbundaii spring water. Brown, Attorney, Mears" building. Chicago Live Stock. Chicago, Sept. 17. The meagre offerlTjs of cattlo today were quickly taken at a. sharp advanco In values. Choice steers, J3.33a5.73; medium, $1.S0.i3; beef steers, Jl.10.il.75; stockcrs and feeders, J3a1.03; bulls, J3.25al.25; cows and heifers, J2.5a 1.27; calves, J3a7.50; western rangers, J2.75 al.30; fed western steers, $i.l0aa.40; Tox ans. J3.25a5.15. Hogs Active and stronger to 2I2C higher; fair to choice, $3.fe7&al.j5; packing lots, J3.50a3.S5; butchers, J3.ti0a4.05; mixed. J3.65a4.02ij; Ucht, J3.U5al.05; pigs. J2.0O.i3.P0. Sheep Unchanged: native sheep. J3a1.30; western rangers, J3.73al.15; poor to prime lambs, J7.50a6.15; feedings lambs. Jl.1S.6O. Receipts Cattle, too head, hogs, 20.0UO head; sheep, 5,000 head. Philadelphia Live Stock. Philadelphia, Pa.. Sept. IS. Receipts Beeves, 3.072 head ; sheep, 7,'MS head ; hogs, 5,093 head. Beet Cattle In fair request and rlrm; extra, SUao'.jc; good. SaS'.sc; medium. 4'ia4c; common, 4a4V:. Sheep Inactive, although film; lambs, fair de mand and higher; extra, l',a3c; good, 414a41,.!c. ; medium, Siatc. ; common, 2V3.1 calves active and higher at 5a7,,sc; milcn 3I2C.; lambs, 4ha7c. Hogs Active and firmer on all grades; best western, Ca6Uc. ; others, Sliaec. Cows Steady at 2?a4c. ; thin cows unchanged at JSto J20; veal cows In good demand at J2.C5a5.00; dressed beeves, steady nt KaS'.-c Buffalo Live Stock, East Buffalo, N. Y., Sept. 17.-C.ittle-Recelpts about 30 cars of saW stock; fair ly firm tone. Hogs Receipts about 32 cars, ifalrly active: Yorkers, good to choice, J1.20a4.25: roughs, common to good, !3.45a3.r0; pigs, good to choice, $3.90a4. 8hecp and Lambs Receipts about 6 cars; about steady; lambs, choice to extra, $3.7,7 a5.!0; culls, fair to good, fl.rla."; sheep, choice to selected wethers, J1.75a4.D0; culls to comomn, J2.23a2.it. New York Live Stock. New York. Sept. 17.-Boeves Receipts, M7 head; no trading; cables quoto live cat tlo at lOliallV&c. Calts Receipts, 12s head; slow; veals, J6.fOa7.50; grasscrs and buttermilks, ucmlnul; westerns, J5.50, Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 3,322 head; sheep, steady; lambs, slow; sheep, J't.oOa 4.75; lambs. J3.G0a6.20; choice holding. J6.I1. Hogs Receipts, 3.0SS head; nominal at Jl.15al.50. East Liberty Cattle Market. East Liberty, Pa.. Sept. 17. Cattle Steady; extra. J5.25aC.40; prime, J5a5.15; common. J3.73a4. Hogs Steady; prlmo mediums, S4.20a4.S5: best Yorkers, J1.13a 4.20: common to fair Yorkers. J4.03al.10; heavy hogs, J4.10a4.15; pigs, J3.80al: roughs, J2.50a3.65. Sheep Steady; choice, Jl.Ooa 4.75; common, J3.23a3.75; choice spring lambs, J5.75a6; common to good, JU5.50; veal calves, J7a7.50 Oil Market. OI City,- a.. Sept. 17. Credit balances, Jl.nj: cettlucutes, opened J1.02 bid forcasn; closed J1.021.? bid; no sales; shipments, 83,302 barrels; runs, not reported. NEW YOBK CHAIUTIE3. From the New York Press. No cltv in the world approaches New York in doing good to tho poor and needy. The benevolent contributions, publlo und private, of which any sort of record Is kept, aggregate between JIOO.000,000 and J15,0o0,O0U annually in Manhattan borough alone. Tho private charitable Institutions In old New York represent a reul estate valuation of nearly J40.000.000, Our hos pitals have reached the astonishing num ber of 101, many nf tho Institutions being housed in palatial bulldli'gs equipped with uvcry modern devlco for tho ameli oration of the condition of Inmates, while there are 1S9 other establishments pro vided with departments for tho relief and care of tho sick. We have hospitals un der the patronage of several religious de nominations', yet all freely admit patients regardless of class, color, creed or prev ious condition of servitude. Many weal thy people picfer hospitals to their own homes as places of refuge during seilous lllnrsses, recognizing the numerous ad vantages In medical service and attend ance. Traffic at London Bridge. It la computed that nhout 2oO,tn3 pedes trians and 20.CO0 vehicles cross London Bridge every day. Each leaves behind a Uttlu bhoo leather or a little Iron Juul e, A POPULAR CLEARING HOUSE for tho BcncM of All Who flavo Houses Rent Estate or Other Property to Sell or Exchange, or Who Want or Help These Small Advertisements Cost One Cent a Word, Six Insertion! Cents a Word Except Situations Wanted. Which Arc Inserted FrecJ WANTED. that R-l-P-A-N-S will not benefit. Send 5 cents to Rlpans Chemical Co., New York, for 10 samples and 1,000 testi monials. HELP WANTED-FEMALE. PLEASANT HOME WORK FOR MEN vi nuiucuj uhj- or c.eniiiK " i" weekly. No canvassing or experience needed; plain Instructions and work mailed on application. Brazilian Manu facturing company, New York city. WANTED-TO BUY. WANTED-TO BUY A SMALL. WELL stocked farm, about 20 to 30 acres, with buildings In good condition. Must be within 15 miles of Scrnnton, and not further than 114 miles from station. Ad dress fullpartlculars, price, location, etc., to N. T Tribune ofllce. ' MONEY TO LOAN. MONEY TO LOAN-J500. $1,000 AND other sums. Large amounts at 5 per cent. Brown, Attorney, Mears' bldg. ANY AMOUNT FROM J23 TO J3O.00O. Okell & Dunn, attorneys, S Coal Exchange Building, CHIROPODIST CORNS, BUNIONS AND INGROWING nails cured without tho least pain or drawing blood. Consultation and advice given free. E. M. HET.EL. Chiropo dist, 330 Lackawanna avenue. Ladles at tended at their residence If desired. Charges moderate. SCALP TREATMENT. MRlT!TTrTcELTEHTscXCp ment, 60c; shampooing, 50c; facial massage, manicuring, 23c; chiropody. 701 Qutncy. CITY SCAVENGER A.B.BRIGGS CLEANS PRIVY VAULTS and cess pools; no odor. Improved pumps ud. A. BRIGGS. Proprietor. Leave orders 1100 North Main avenue, or Elckes' drug store, corner Adams and Mulberry. Telephone 6040. LEGAL. NOTICE-THE ANNUAL MEETING OF tho members of Tho Lackawanna Storo association. Limited, will bo held nt the office of the Association In the City of Scranton, Pa., on Wednesday. October Dth, 1S98, nt two o'clock p. tn. for the election of managers for tho ensuing year, and for the transaction of such other business ns may properly como before the meeting. . J. P HIGOINSON. Secretary. Scranton. Pa., September 13th, 1S9S. SITUATIONS WANTED A YOUNG MAN (23) DESIRES Posi tion as bartender. Honest, Industrious and total abstainer and can furnish ref erences. Moderate wages. Address D, b, lt care E. Evans, 1111 Jackson street. HOUSEWORK WANTED BY A YOUNG woman In a first class family In city. Reference. Address S., Scranton Trlbuno office. SITUATION WANTED-BY A WOMAN to take washing, ill Birch street. SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG lady as stenographer and typewriter; can give references; salary no object. Address L. II.. 203 Mears Bldg., city. SITUATION WAITED BY A MLE bookkeeper and Monographer. Can furnish the best of references. Address M. I. C. Box 179. Dunmore, Pa. SITUATION WANTED-BY MARRIED man with small family, writes plain hand, understands handling hnri.es, can do most any kind of woik; A No. 1 refer ences. Address James H this office. SITUATION WANTED-YOUNG LADY cashier, bookkeeper or assistant; food reference; experienced, A. B. SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG woman in a restaurant where she can go home nights: thoroughly experienced In restaurant business. Addiess N, Scran ton Tribune oftlce. SITUATION WANTED-BY A MAR ricd man to do any kind of work, driving preferred. Address G. J., 337 South Decker's court, Hydo Park. SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG lady to do general housework. E20 Birch street. South Side. SITUATION WANTED-BY A FIRST class grocery clerk: temperate, good habits: can furnish reference. J. J. B care Tribune. SITUATION WANTED-YOUNG LADY as bookkeeper or oHlce help; experi enced; good references. A. B. PROFESSIONAL. HOTELS ANO RESTAURANTS THE ELK CAFE, 125 AND 127 FRANK, lln avenue. Rates reasonable. P. ZE1GLER, Proprietor. SCRANTON HOUSE, NEAR D., L. & W. rassenger depot. Conducted on tho Eu ropean plan. VICTOR KOCH. Prop. MIDWIFE MRS. GABLE, GRADUATE MIDWIFE, 1518 Washburn street. Scranton. En gagements solicited. Rooms and best attendance for a limited number of pa tients. SEEDS G. R. CLARK & CO, SEEDMEN AND Nurserymen; store 146 Washington ave nue; green house, 1350 North Main ave nue; store telephone, 782. SCHOOLS SCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA. Scranton, Pa. Courses prepaiutory to college, law, medicine or business. Opens Sept. 12. Send for catalogue. Rev. Thomas M. Cann, LL. D Waiter H. Buell, A. M. WIRe SCREENS JOS. KUETTEL, REAR 511 LACKA wanna avenue, Scranton, Pa., manufac turer of Wire Screens, trifle. But when litter and dust are uddjd to these minute losses the whole fills be tween three and four carts. The most surprising fact of nil, however. Is that tho Incessant traffic across the hrldgo re. duces to powder about twenty-five cubic yards of granite every year. A Cold Bottle and n Hot Bird. "What do you think about the propriety of a roijnd robin?'' asked ono olllccr. "It's .ill right." replied tho other, "it s In accord with tho Illness of things. Tho case of Cervor.t tumlshcd the large cold bottle. And tho small hot bird should not be cntlicly omitted." --Washington Star. KnewWhere It Was. Tho Christian Scientist "your dys pepsia exists only In your mind." Tho Sufferer "Now, 1 know I am not 10 low-minded as that." Indianapolis Journal, PROFESSIONAL ARCHITEOTQ EDWARD II. DAVIS. ARCHITECT Connell Building, Scranton. E. L. WALTER, ARCHITECT, OFFICE rear of 60C Washington avenue. LEWIS HANCOCK, JR.. ARCHITECT, 43j Spruce St., cor. Wash. av Scranton. PP.EDERICK L. imdffN, ARCHITECT. Price Building. 126 Washington avenue, Scranton. I T. I. LACEY & SON, ARCHITECTS, Traders' National Bank. oeNTISTS DR. I. O. LYMAN. SCRANTON TR1 vato Hospital, cor. Wyoming and Mul berry. DR. H. F. REYNOLDS, OPP. F. O. DR. C. C. LAUBACH, 115 Wyoming avo. WELCOME C. SNOVER. 334 Washing ton avenue. Hours, 9 to 1 and 2 to 6. LAWYERS UtANK E. BOYLE, ATTORNEY AND Counsellor - at Law. Burr building, rooms 13 and 11, Washington avenue. OKELL & DUNN. ATTORNEYS, 5 TO H Coal Exchange building, Scranton. W1LLARD, WARREN & KNAPP. AT torneys and Counsellors-at-LaW. Re publican building, Washington avenue, Scranton, Pa. JAMES II. TORREY. ATTORNEY AND Counscllor-at-Law. Rooms 413 and 414 y....iumvcaun uuiiumg. JESSUP & .IESSUP. ATTORNEYS AND counsellors - at - Law. Commonwealth "-" uuiming. itooms i, ;.tj ulna-. JAMES W. OAKFORD. ATTORNEY-Al -Law. Rooms 514, 515 and 510, Board of Trade building. D. B. REPLOGLE, ATTORNEY-LOANS negotiated on real estato security. Mears building, corner Washington avg. nue and Spruce street. JAS. J. If. HAMILTON. ATTORNEY-at-Law,. 301 Commonwealth building, Scranton. EDWARD XV. THAYER. ATTORNEY, "00fns 303-904 0th floor, Mears building. k-A'r WATRES, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, "---''unuilllrt, ttVU., OCHUIlUIi. 1'IU c- K- PITCHEn, ATTORNBY-AT-I-AW, I nmmnnniA.iit. t-i..iih - t- --...viiicauii uuiiuinK Dcrniuuii, i rA.TTERSON & WILCOX. TRADERS' National Bank bulldirg. C. COMEGYS, 231 SPRUCE STREET. A. W. BERTHQLF, Atty., Mears bldgi" PHYSICIANS ANO SURQEONS D- S' k..FREY- SCRANTON SAVINGS Bank bldg,, 132 Wyoming avenue. MARY A. SHEPHERD, M. D HOME opathlat, No. 22S Adams avenue. DR. XV. E. ALLEN, 512NORTII WASH, lngton avenue. DR. R. THAPOLD. SPECIALIST IN Diseases of Women, corner Wvomlng avenue and Spruce street, Scranton. Oftleo hours, Thursday and Saturdays. 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. DR. L. M. GATES. ROOMS 207 AND MS Board of Trade building. Offlcu hours, 8 to 9 a. m., 2 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m. Real denco C09 Madison avenue. DR. C. L. FREAS. SPECIALIST IN Rupture. Truss Fitting und Fat Reduc tion. Office telephone 13C3. Hours :10 to 12, 2 to 4, 7 to 9. DR. S. W. L'AMOREAUX. OFFICE 331 Washington avenue. Residence. 1318 Mulberry. Chronic diseases, lungs, heart, kidneys anil gcnito-urluary or gans a specialty. Hours: 1 to 4 p. m. W. G. ROOK. VETERINARY 8UR gcon. Horses, Cattlo and Dog3 tre.itcd. Hospital, 121 Linden street, Scranton. Telephone 2672. HAT MANUFACTURER. TOLLE. 409 SPRUCE STREET, MAKES your hat to order and they lit. MISCELLANEOUS LATEST FROM PHILIPPINE is lands. Greatest Naval Battle Shoes all blown to pieces and landed In Net tletcn's Shoe Store, Washington avenui. Ladles' fine button shoes, russet and don gola, cost J2.50, at J1.49; ladles' fine J2.v0 shoes for 9Sc. Ladles' Cxfords, cost J1.50, for 79c. Men's J2.C0 calf and russot shoei for $1.43; J3.00 shoes for J1.9S, etc. BAUER'S ORCHESTRA-MUSIC POR balls, picnics, parties, receptions, wed dings and concert work furnished, tor terms ai'dress R. J. Bauer, conductor. 117 Wyoming avenue, over Hulbeit's muslo store. MEGARGEB BROTHERS. PRINTERS' supplies, envelopes, paper bags, twine. Warehouse. 130 Washington avenue. Scranton, Pa. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. Central Railroad of New Jcrssy (Lehigh and Susquehanna Division.) Stations In New Yolk Foot of Liberty street. N. 11., and South Ferry Whitehall Anthracite coal used exclusively, Insur ing cleanliness and comfort. TIME TABLE IN EFFECT SEPT. 13, 1S9S Trains leavo Scranton for Pittston, Wllkes-Barre, etc., at 8.20, 10.10 a, m., 1.20, 2.33, 3.20, 7.10 p. in. Sundays, y.00 a. m. 1,00. 2.15, 7.10, p. m. For Mountain Park 8.30 a. m., 3.20 p. m. Sundays, 9.00 u. m.. 1.00. 2.15 p. m. For Lakewood and Atluntlo City, B.30 "'For New York. Newark ond Elizabeth, 8.30 (express) a. in.. 1.20 (express;, 3.20 (ex press) p. m. Sunday. 2.15 p. m. Train leaving 1.20 p. m., arrives at Philadelphia. ReadlngTermlnal, 7.03 p. m. and New I'or Mauch Chunk, , Allentpwn, Bethle hem. Easton and Philadelphia, s.30 a. in., 1.20, 3.20 p. nv Sundays, 215 p. ni. For Baltlmoro and Washington and polntB South awl West via Bethlehem, 830 ii. m.. 1.20 p. m. Sundays, 2.13 p. in.. 'For Lung Branch, Ocean Grove, etc., at rt.0 a. m. and 1.20 p. m. For Reading, Lebanon and Harrlsburg, via Allentown. 6.30 a. m., 1.20 p. m. Sun- dFor2Pottevine, 8.30 a. m.. 1.20 p. m Returning, leavo New York foot of Lib erlv street. North River, at 4.00, 9.10 (ex press) a. m., 130 (express) p. m. Sunday, 4Lea'v"a'New York. South Ferry, foot Whitehall street, at 9.08 u. m 1.25 p. m. Passengers arriving or departing from this terminal can connect .under cover with at tho elevated railroads, Broadway ?able cars, and ferries to Brooklyn und fiiaten Islands, making quick transfer to and from Orar.d Central Depot und Long LcavohlUdelphla. Reading Terminal. 9 21 a m.. 3.00 p. m, Sunday. B.16 a. m Through tickets to all points East, South and West at lowest rate at the sttt- ""' II. P. BALDWIN. Gen. Pass Agt. J. II. OLHAUSEN. Gen. Bupt. Krie and Wyoming Valley. Time tHble, In effect Sept. 11th, U9. Trains leave Scranton for New York. Newburgh nnd Intermediate points en Erlo railroad, uIfo for Hawley and local points at 7.0.1 a. m. and 2.25 p. m. Trains arrlvo at Scranton from above point at 10,23 a. m. and 3.15 and M p. m, SIX INSERTIONS St A WORD. to Rcat, Situation! for I'lva RAILROAD TIME TABLES. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD Schedule In Effect AUy 39, 189S. Trains Leave Wilkes-Barro as Fol lows: 7.30 a. m., week days, for Sunbury HarrlsburK, Philadelphia, Baltl. moro, WashlnRton, and for Pitts burg and the West. 10.15 a. m., week days, for Hazlolon, Pottsville, Reading, Norristown, and Philadelphia; and for Sun bury, HarrlsburR, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and Pitts burg and tho West. 3,12 p. m , dally, for Sunbury, Harris burg, Philadelphia, .Baltimore, Washington, and Pittsburg and the West. 600 p. m., woek days, for Sunbury, Harrisburg, Philadelphia and Pittsburg. . ...J,k,V00D' Oen'l Psj. Ajeot. J. B. HUTCHINSON, General Mr.nr.ger. Del.. Lacka. and Western. Effect Monday, Juno 20, 1898. Trains leave bcrcutcn us follows: Ex press for New York and all points East. 1.40, 3.00, 5.10, s.00 and 10.05 a. m.; 12.55 an 3.33 p. m. Express for Easton. Trenton, Phlladel J?,n'a,urnrl1 the South, 6.10, 8.00 and 10.05 a. m., 12.&5 and 3.33 p. m. Manunka Chunk and way Btatlons, 2.M p. m, Tobyhanna accommodation, 0.10 p. m. Lxpress for Blnghamton, Oswego, Kl mira, Corning, Bath, Dansvillo, Iount Morris and Buffalo, 12.10, 2.35, 9.00 a. m. 1.&5 and 5.50 p. m., making close connec tions at Buffalo to all points in the West, Northwest and Southwest. ninghamton and way stations, 1.05 p. m. Factoryvillo accommodation, 4.00 and Ivlcholson accommodation 0.00 p. m. Express for Utlca and Rlchnold Springs, 2,oo a. m., and 1.E5 p. m. Ithaca, 2.35, 9.00 a. in., and 1.55 p. m. For Northumberland, Pittston, Wilkes Barre. Plymouth, Bloomsburg and Dan vllle, making close connections at North umberland for Wllllamsport, Harrlshurg, Baltimore, Washington and the South. . Northumberland and Intermedials sta tions, 6.00, 10.05 a. m., and 1.55 and 6.40 p. m. . Nantlcoko and Intermedial stations, 8.0S and 11.10 a. m. riymouth and inter mediate stations. 3.35 and 8.50 p. m. For Kingston, 12.5.7 p. m. Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches on all express tnlns. For detailed Information, pocket time tables, etc, apply to M. L. Smtth, Dls trlet Passenger Agent, depot ticket of fice. Delaware and Hudson. On Sunday. July 3rd. trains will leave Scranton as follows: For Curbondale-6.20, 7.53, 8.53, 10,13 a. m.; 12 noon: 1.23, 2.20, S.62, 5.25, 6.25, T.57. 9.15. 11.00 p. m.; 1.16 a. m For A'bany. gnrolcga, Montreal, Bos ton, New England Points, etc. 6.20 a. m., 2.20 n. m For Honesdalc G.20, S.E3, 10.13 a. m. 1 12 noon; 2.20. 5.25 p. m. For Wllkcs-Burre 6.45. 71S, 8.43. 0.3S. 10.43 a. in.; 1S.01, 1.23, 8.18, S.M, 4.27, 6.10. 7.48, 10.41, 11.30 p. m. For New Y'orlt, Philadelphia, etc., via Lehigh Valley Ratlroad-6.15 a. m., 12.03, 1.2S, 4.27 p. 111.: with Black Diamond Ex press, 11. SO p. m. . For Pennsylvania Railroad Points 0.45, 9.38 a. tn.: 2.18. 4.27 p. m. ,.,. For Western Points, via Lehigh Valley Railroad 7.4S 0. m.: 12.03, 3 33, with Black Diamond Express, 10.41, 11.30 p. m. Trains will atrlve In Scranton as fol- From Carbnndale and the North 6.40, 7.43, 8.3S, 9.34, I0.3S, 11 58 a. m. 1.23, 2.15, Xi5, 4.23. K.43. 7.13, 10.38. 11.27 p. m. From Wilkes-Barro and the South 6.15, 7.4S. 8.4S, 10.08, 11.53 a. m.t 1.18. 2.14, 3.48. 5 20. 6.21. 7.D3, 9.03, 10.OS p. in. ; 1.13 a. m ' SUNDAY TRAINS. For Carbondnle 9.07. 11.33 a. m.: 1.53, 3.52, 6.53. 9oJ p. m. For Wllkes-Barre 9.33, 11.43 a. m.; 1.6J, 3.28, 6.43. 7.48 p. m. ... .. ,. - Lowest rates to all points In United States and Canada. J. XV. BURDICK. G. P. A., Albany. N Y. II. W. CROSS. D. P. A.. Scranton. Pa. Lehigh Valley Railroad System Anthracite Coal Used, Ensuring Cleanll Anuiitu.ii negg and Comfolti In Effect May 13, 1SU3. TRAINS LEAVE SCRANTON, For Philadelphia and New- York via D. ..,1 r n.. at 6.45 a. m., and 12.05. 2.18, 4.27 (Black Diamond Kxpiess) and 11.30 p. m. 1 For Pittston and Wllkes-Barre via D.. L. & W. P. H., 6.00. 11.10 a. m.. 1.65. S.35. BKor' White Haven. Hazlcton. Pottsville. nnrt nrinclpal points In tho coal regions ?Pa D & R- R- 2.18 and 4.27 p. m. wnr Bethlehem. v;aston. Reading. Har rilhurc and principal Intermediate sta rlnSS via D. i H- B' R.. 6.45 a. m.. 12.05. 2.18? 47 (Black Diamond Express). 11.30 p'i.'nV Tunkhannock, Towanda. Elmlra. Sr rew! i?.1 ws BV?r SSRoitoV, Buffalo. N.ag- rHl8hChrftor3rt3!51UPfaSkTmoVnlS T-vnrcss). 10.2S and 11.30 p. m. .... Pullman parlor and sleeping or Lehigh winlv nirlor cars on al trains between XmUSJ ntrra and New York. Phlladel ?h a"m.ff "k a?d Suspension Prldge. CHAS S I EK. Pass. Agt.. 26 Cortlandt street. New York nlvi.,on Pa... enge'r Agent.' South Bethlehem. Pa. V. 7-'4' . . .. n.4UUVinm To SCKAVTO.N IHVISIO.V. Ill Ilffcct Juno illlli, lfiOS. North Hound. Mouth Bound. 2USVU3'J()lj --3 9 ? ft 'J02, 80413011 mm Stations Ig aa .... p u Arrive LeaTe a ui .... 725 N.Y. Franklins: 7 40.... .... 7io,We9t 42nd street .... ?u .... .... 700 Weehawken .... 810 .... up n'ArrlvB Leaved m ifrii A till 10 45 A 311 1 15 canobln 10I 3 eft! 4 80 10 40 lis 1 u 6 07 12 16 Hancock Htarllk'ht Prestou Park Wlnwood Poyntello Orson Pleasant Mt. Unlondale Forest Cltr carbondnle White Bridge Mayneld Jermyn Archibald Wlnton reclcvllls oivpbant Frtceburg Throop I'ro1dence park Place 6 16' 8 111 4S5 32' 46 10 31 6 2ai lOi'l 6 00 U 46 5 5443 40 0 3J! 8 31 241 aw (66 10 15 6 41 603 614 (83 6 8A 6 34 10O0 1150 0 40 6 50 8 65 58 7 0i 70S 7 80 71M 73T SOB 9S6 5 2(1,11 M'I O w 9X0, 910 B 3tll 49 51XH1134 3 19 6 41 S&4I 6 54 eorl vol 4 67,fl1S0 4 tttm tiM Hi 7 4i 18 48 601 603 608 619 IS 681 6S4 6T 681 8 68 8 68 4 41,111 4 4111 18 4 4011 IS 7 41 8 45 7 50 3 01 8KM 7M 7M 8 02 804 8 0S 810 854 8 69 404 8 46 a til 8 40 43611 II 4 311107 4S41I0V 4. liar 4 2-.MI00I 40T 8 3' 410. 4 14 83"! 4 19 IWV 812 815! HIT 681 880, 41510 55 bcranioa 4 80) 6 Si a 31 lr da Leavo Arrive A U r u r u t. signifies that trains stop on signal (or pas. "rfafns m and m suodr onlr, other tratw dally except Sunday. secure rates via Ontario Western before purchasing tickets and save money. t mound Wagner outlt bleeper and b re dining cbatr car New Yoric to Chicago. JP" engrr Itates Iteduced to 'I'tvo Cruts 1'eril e. JiCAnflMMB(an.PMi Aft T, moron, Biv. VMS, Agt,BoraBton, Pa, ' tmgm1r m ' 1 t