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talE SCRANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1899.
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One lnt Seamless IIoo An Special per pair Ono lot Men's White IMlu lltnv) Merino Shirts nuil Draw ers. r.gulur pi lie, 2e, 1 Cr special -'' Ono odd lot ltlbbul Fleece l.liuil Shirts and Drawers; r g ulir price, Ur. , clearing 2tC pale price One lnt Men's White All-Wool Dinners, ,odd sizes; regular price Jl 53 dealing mn VZr prlco 'v" Ono odd lot Men's White Muslin Nlglit Shirts; icgu l.u prloe, 1c Spe- Tcr ilnl 6,-M- One lot odds and ends ot our Men's Jl 00 Colored Shlits. never wild less th.m 11W. Clear- Qc lng sale pilce j Ono lot Men's Coloied Neg ligee Shirts, collars atl.icheil. nlco patterns; sizes lrt., 1". IT'4 nml IS, regular pi lie. Doc. 25c dealing s.tlo price . ... "-" One lot l'aintirs' White Over alls, icgulnr price. 50c. OSc dealing halo prlco .. . -'-' One lot llcht blue and whlto striped and plain blue Dmlm Overalls, regular prlco 3 2f DOc. dearlng tale pi Ice -- ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft ft' V ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' A' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' & ft' ft' ft' ft' ft ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft v ft ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft ft' ft ft' ft A' ft ft ft' ft ft' ft ft ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft" ft' ft" K ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' ft' Our January sale of muslin and Drawers Ladles' Muslin Diawers, hav ing clusti r of tucks, cheap for lie Special 15c. or 9"?C two for . . . u" Unites' 1'lno Muslin Draw ers, having cluster of tucks and dimmed with embrolilei ; regular price. .1U' s-'pe- TO cl.il y Ladles' Flno Cambric Drav ers, having wide cambric mf lle, trlmmul with embroider ; ngular pi Ice. 30c. Spe- 7IJr clal Jyl" Ladles' Pino Muslin Draw ers, having elustei of tucks anil trimmed with embroider) In sertion nml embroldi i) to match; regular price, DOc. AQr Special yl Ladles' Extia Pino Muslin Draw eis. having 1 luster ot tueks and lmni'snmelj. trimmed with wldo embroidery, CQr regular pi Ice, 7dc Special -''' Corset covers Ladles' plain Cambric Cm set Coveis, hlrh neck, icgu- An lar, price, 10c. Special . w Ladles' Cambric Corset Cov -ers. high neck, edged with embroidery Special I -) n prlco 1'62- Ladles' Cambric Corset Cov ers. V or suuaro neck, trlmmul with embi older Spe- "n clul Ladles' lino Cambric, V or seiunre. neck. tilmmcd with tlno embroidery; regular OOf ..'in Ki-tnplul . . ... s Ladles lino Cambile Corset Covers V neck, tiiinmcd with embroidery. iiifceitlnn and edg ing to match tegular "l"r price, 4"ic Special ojv Also n flue line of Cambric and Nainsook Coisel Civors in the vciv latest styles from 39c to $2.25 Lebeck U a 'A A A 'A 'A "A 'A 'A "A 'A 'A 'A 'A 'A 'A IN THE PLAY HOUSES. Carmen Tonight. Tonight at the Academy of Music the Walte Stock company will produce "('armen;" at tho matinee this ufter noon "East Lynn" will be seen. The Village Postmaster. A play that has Inteiested New YoiltPis for a long time past, viz., 108 nights at the Fourteenth Sheet the ater, New York, will be seen at the Lyceum theatei on Satuiday for a mat inee and night iieifoimance commenc ing 1th a matinee. It la railed the "Village Postmaster," and will be pio eluced In exactly tht same mannei and by the same company mat character ized Its production In New York. Tho ciltlcs May that no mral pluy has ever been presented there with such care, nr with such scrupnjous fidelity to the period shown. The play I4 locnted down In New England way back In the days when Franklin Pleiee was president, and gives an opportunity to the companv m wear some queer cos tumes worn In that day, the scenes if the play, the general cnuntiy store, tin village Kteen with its leulMtle ratn stoim of renl wutei, the minister's donation party, the faun yard with a thrashing machine In operation, and the old village church, all go to make It a pietty drama of nital life Engagement Closes Tonight. Kred. Trwln'H Majestic lluilpHiiuers will close their engagement of flvn nights at tho Oaloty thetir with to night's pmroi mumc, lwlni the last In ! HKtKnKnnnKK ft ft . . . . , ." .t . ,t ft . . ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft . ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft s ft ft ft ft ft .1 ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft :t ft ft s ft ft - 126 Wyoming: Ave. A chance at silk waists This grand lot will re main on sale until closed out. Some of the waists were as high as $6, and all of them aie high class in every respect. There are plain and striped taffetas, and some veiy rich block elfects and checks. This Is an Item that will not lust foi ever, so don't delay if Mi wish to take ml- CI OH Mintage Cut prlco. "I"i'0 Also another lot Ono hundred new style Silk Wnlts In stripes, dots and plain black taffeta, formerly sold nt trom J5 0) to $7 00. Cl OS. dearlng sale price... P'.s'0 Clearance sale of dress goods Not a yard in this adver tisement but what has been cut in price, some as much as foity per cent. 30c. All Wool Doublo- 1( fold Flannels -C SOc Colored Cashmere, 1 0r special . " rc Hlaek Plgured Dress -jn. Goods, special U S2.50 genuine Astrak- C 7c ban doaMng, special. J'' 10e Doublo Fold Dress cr Ooods, special -'' 13c Half Wool Dress fr Goods, special IVJV 40c. All Wool Dress Goods In ono lot, iholce of ")sn any AO. JIOO nml $1000 Dress Pat terns, all this seasons' Cs 08 Roods; choice of nny.. I'u'yo ft ft ft s ft ft ft ;t ft ft ft ft ' .1 ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft , ft ft s wear Gowns Ladles' Muslin Gowns, Moth er Hubbard joke. In llvo dif ferent stvles trimmed with lace or embrolderv , vciy 3 Or good lor 5Sc Special. .. --'' Ladles' Muslin Gown, Umpire- 01 Mother Hubbard stv le, trimmed with Insertion and em broidery; regular price, AQn 73e Special VL' Ladles' Muslin Gowns, Moth er Hubbard slle, having joko of tucks unil Inst rtion, and joke, neck and sleeves trimmed with embrold- CQ ery Special -'-,t' Ladles' Cambric Gowns, Mother Hubbard joko of l.iee, tilmmcd with Cambric rullle. edged with Val. laeo; reg ular price, S9c. Spe- AOr cl.il uyu Ladles' Cambric Gowns, Um pire or Mother Hubbard st le, trimmed with embrold- 70c cry. Special ' s ft ft ft ft ft ft s ft ft ft ft fl ft Ladles Cambric Gowns. Um pire style, yoke of embroider-, insertion and wide collar to match, trimmed with cm- Qr broidery rulllo "J:-. Ladles" flno Muslin and Cam bric anil Nainsook Gowns, reg ular prices, $1.21 $1 i'j, etc., all handsomely trimmed with cm broidery or lace, Spe- OSf clal you Also a full line of Ladles' Mus lin und Cambric Gowns of tho lattbt designs from $1.25 to $5.00 ft ft ft ft ft ft s ft ft ft s ft ft ft ft ft & Cor in ft 'A "A 'A 'A 'A 'A 'A U Vt 'A 'A 'A 'A A "A ' "A "A 'A order that they may reach Cincinnati for a Sunday matinee. The usual Fri day matinee will be given this after noon. There will he no peifonnance at the Cialety tnmoirow( Saturday). SPAIN'S YELLOW JOURNALS. Continue to Charge Americans in tho Philippines with Atrocities. Madrid. Jan. C The newspapers heie continue to chaigo the Americans in the Philippine Islands with all kinds of annuities. As it sample of tho current flctlomi the papers today at 1 use the Amei leans of delivering up a Suanlsh naval lieutenant who is al leged to have surrendered to the Uni ted States forces, to tho Insurgents, who are said to have subjected him to all kinds of toitures. It is also nlleged that 101 monks were Impilsoned ut Cagayau, and that many of them died of hunger nnd suf fering, that Spanish pioperty has been given over to looters, that tho uwneis have been .nlundeied und often asbna slnated, and that nt Suuuat a convent una pillaged and the nuns wine bru tally assaulted. A Slight Obstacle. '60 von can't go hunting with nw 0.1 tho sviti.'" veiled one )oung Ditiolt bul nuMt mini in another over the tele phone "Don t ve how I posslblv inn mil man But a . leave It open for a 1 on ule of thus llntu.cn )im und m 1 huve an iiiinolutineut to be minded Ui llmt ilute, but Hht limy hi willing to i.uiKv 1 olininr. that 1 own i;t nw.iy with juu." Detroit Free l'us. THE MARKETS. Wall Sttcot Review. New York, Jan. B. Notable gains were recorded In tho specialties und sumo of tho rnllwajB today. Tho announcement of gold engagements of a million mid a halt overcame tho renctory tendency of tho forenoon and sot the mnrket forging upwards, which continued to tho close, lho conditions of the nxchango nnd money market do not seem to wunnnt tho expectation that tho Import of gold will bo n. sustained movement, the theory be ing that our largo balance or trado would not bo drawn upon largclj' while money can bo loaned at moto profitable rates abroad. A lower range of London prices gavo a declining tendency to early trans actions hero. Tho purchase of coal land9 In I'cnnsjlvnnla by parties friendly to tile Ontario mid Western which It vvus In ferred would largely Increase tho trnnio of th.it road, rendered thnt stock nctlvo mid strong. Total shareH wcro 015, 1U0 Elmres. . . . Wuotntlonn furnished by LABAU & TI'LLUR, stock, grain and cotton brok e rs. rooms M9 and 210, Hoard of Trado building, Sctanton. l'u. Open- lllch- Low- Clos ing, est. est. inc. Am. Co. Oil . ... sua; 3Pi 3t',4 31'i Am. Bug. lte'g Co ..123', 12G'4 121n YfM Atell , To & H. Fe .. 1M& 1SH 14 IsH a . t. s. i-. Pr .. r.iy r,i, w ci., Am. Tobacco Co . . IIS14 HOU 1I6 14hH Am Spirts IT), Mfi ii'f, Sl.', i 111 00k. 11 T S74 -f 'iT'H ?" Ill's 7 11 si;-.; vi' 15a Stute Gas Can. Southern N J. Central Ches. & Ohio 51 97 ci 17., 15 Chic ft O. W If, 1 fli . It. Chic. & N. W 1(2 112 142 in Chic, H. & Q 1234 125 KW, 12VS e 111c , iMll. te si l' ..121 1J1M) JiH i 1-1') Chic, 11. I & V ... ll.'W. 114-i UTIh 114 Chic. St p. M. x.- n. n5 n !n, n2 C. C. C & St. L .... 4)1, 4tlj 41(, 4Ji Con. Gas mi'. lttl IWVi lll'i Fed. Steel, Pr .. Feel. Stoel Com Gen. Ulevctrle .. Louis, (c Nash .. .. M", S3' S4'A S4'i .. r.p, r.4 r,r; w- .. Pfli 1'lOli !Hj'4 Sl'i .. fi4'4 iV Cl'4 i'4'l Manhattan Ulo .. 'IS'i 10"i 1S lOJ'i .Met Tiactlon Co ..11H lil'l riV, l'HH M K. & Tex , Pr .. 3't's 41 3H Mo Paclllc 44'm 4.1U 41 4Vi 3S Nat. Lead P'4 W, lb n v central Ont & West .122' 121V4 121'; 121 JI'S l4 11'il 20'S North Piclflc HU llv 41 4 Pi 77'd 4t 112'i nnV r.2, 41H .171 i IS 42S ik 71', 's 913 Nor Paclllc, Pr. .... 77'4 77U 77 Pacific Mall 41 4. 41i People's Gas llfli'j HJ'i llft'i Phil & Head ... :.:. P & H 1st Pr . . Southern 11 H , Pr.. Tenn , C & Iron .. . Texas & Paclllc .. . l'nlon Paeltle I'lilon Pae . Tr F S. Hubber . ... 1' S. Leather, Pr .. Wabash Pr West l'nlon r.2i. 4'S iiAi 1! 42& 71 42 7Uj 22"i 41 H7 is5; 42", 7T, 41U 721, 55 IHs .17'i iv4 42, 71H 4!'2 72, '-2'f, 91 CHICAGO EOAHD CIV TRADE. Opi"!!- High- Low- Clos- WHEAT. Ing. est. est. ing Jlav 71", Wa 70H 7i; Juiv s'in w, csm isn COHN. Mnv .".7',i "'li WT 17 Jlilv 37 37- T.7U 37 OATS Muv i: Tt 27 2714 Juiv '.'-)r; IB'b 2o', 23a PORK. Slav 1045 1 I". 1030 10C0 LARD Slay r, S7 3.S7 5 73 5 7"i Scranton Board of Trade Exchange, Quotations All Quotations Based on Par of 100. STOCKS Bid. Asked, Scranton K. Plttston Tine. Co. First National Uank Ulmlunst lloulevard Scranton Savings Fr.nk Scranton Packing Co I acka Iron Steel Co Thlid National I'ank 'Jhroop Novelty Mig. Co Sciauton Hallway Co Dime Dep . Uls. Uank Uci noiny Light Heat U Pow er Companv Scianton Illuminating. Heat & Power Companv Sciauton Forging Co Tinders' National Hank Laeka Lumber Co Lack. Trust & Safo Dep Co.. 20 !00 100 233 ... 93 23 &5 SO 1C3 S3 ijo 150 100 150 80 Sloosic .Mountain coal Co Scranton Paint Co Clark & Snover Co , Com 4M Clark A. Snover Co, Pr 123 Carson Coal Co BONDS. Scranton Pass. Hallway, first mortgage, due 1'IJO 115 People's Street Rallwaj', first moitrage, due 1018 115 1X) Peoples Street Hallway. Ucn cial mortgage, duo I'd .... Dickson Manufacturing Co .. Lacka Township School 5.. City of Scranton St. Imp. 6.. Sit VeinonCoalCo Scranton Axle Works Pel an ton Ti action 0 bonds... Carson Coal Co 115 100 10.' 10J bo 100 105 100 Philadelphia Grain and Produce. Philadelphia, Jan 5 Wheat Steady but ciulet, contriet giade, January, 75ija752. rorn Dull nnd c lower, No. 2 mixed, January, old, lFia42c : do. new, IW.allc. Oats Firm- No 2 whlto clipped, 35'c ' No 3 do.. .I1H.13IC . No. 2 mUed, do.. r.?a 31'c Butter Dull nnd print. 1c, lower; fancy westerr creamer)'. 2.2c.; do. prints, 21c Eggs Dull and 3c. lower, fresh, noarby, 25c , do western, 25c; do. south western 2lo ; do routhcin, 23c. Cheese Firm Refined Sugars Unchanged. Cot tonSteady. Tallow rirm; city prime, In hogsheads, 3c , countr) do do., bar rels, sc , dark, do , 3I4P ; cakes, Jiic ; grease, 2n3c Live Poultry Firm; fowls, OilOc , old rooster!-, 7e , spring thickens, S'ia'JHc , ducks and geese, 'taD'jc.j tur l.c)s, 9c ; Dressed Poultry Firm; fowls, choice, SVijC. do. fair to good, 7'.iSp ; old ioo-.ters, fie ; spring chickens, wentern choice large, lalOc. ; do. fair to good, 7.a So , turkeys, choice to fancy, 12al3c; do. talr to good, HalOc , ducks, taSc. Re ceipts riour. 2 500 barrels and 41 OoO saeks wheat, MO00 bushels; corn. 202 COO bushels eats '17 000 bushels. Shipments Wheat. 1 500 bushels, corn, 110,000 bushels; oats, 11,0X) bushels. NewYorkGraln and Produce Market. Now York, Jan. 5 rioui Sloie active nnd tlrmer for wlntor stt nights but neg lected otherwise. Wheat Spot easy; No. 2 ltd, 7s)e., f o. b., alloat to arrive. No. 1 noilhern Duluth, "UV-, fob, afloat spot. No. 2 do. do, 77e f o b. nf'.oit lo arrive. No 1 northern New York. 7"ic , f o b, aflntt ipot, cptlons opened barely steady nnd developed a weakness under long nnd short selling which jleld ed at noon, however, to 11 sharp recoveiy, stimulated bv largo clearances again, le ported export business at Baltimore and stiength of northwest marktts, fololwlng prmpeets of lighter lecelpts; a second de cline neir tho close, was attributed to ie newed short selling and absence of out slde support, closed 'a'-jc net lower; Jan u irj closed 7ue March, 7S?c . Slay. 7lc Corn Spot eas) , No. 2, 4. '1131,1 fob afloat, options opened easy ind ruled generally weak all day exeept for u midday spurt with wheat closed ic. net lower, Slav closed 41hC Oats Spot dull: No. 2 33c . No 3. 32'i.c No 2 white, 3Vte; No. 3 do, 31lic; tinek mixed, western, "lallHc; track white S'aSiic; oiitlous dull Huttcir rirm- western cieamery 15n21e ; factory 12al4''c ! Elgtns, 21e.; Imitation creamery, l'al7c. ; state dairy, HalSc ; do. creamery.- l'SilRc Eggs Weak state and Penns)lvanln. 2Se ; western tresh, 27i:.; southern, 27c. Chicngo Grain Market. Chicago, Jan. 5 Outside suppoit whs ncklng today and a wave of local bear ish sentiment caused sharp declines In both grain and provisions. Slay wheut closed sa(o. lower Corn and oats lost "H,e each, potk lie ; lard 10a12'4c und ribs 7kal0c. Cash quotations worn as fol lows Flour Quiet; No 2 spring wheat, CTatiSe ; No 1 do do. lilaCie , No. 2 red, 71a71,4 . No. '2 corn. uCc . No. 2 yellow. ?ev ; No. 2 oats. 2(.'VJe No 2 white, 21a L-l'Ic , No 3 do., 2in2s4c. No 2 rye. 51a 54iic. ; No 2 barley 41a51c. , No 1 Mix seed, tl.13: new $1 Itm, prime timothy seed, J2 25, mess ptJik, $DP5al0, lard, 15 52Uj Ii3 55 'short ribs l75a5; ihy saltid shout de is. lV,a4i.P ' Bhort clear sides $1O5a510; whiskey, $1 37. sugars unchanged Buffalo Llva Stoclc Market. Lust Buffalo N. Y Jan 5 Cuttle Quiet and stead) Hogs Stiad) good to choice Yorkers and lU'ht mediums, Relief at Last D? MARTEfs t- IF rnru11 I I'rulacil bv thouiantU of m ir"yn 1 atuneii i&ilsini &(-. al. "FPJIil TC I w rrltalihunil without " "iJ-ii 1 HUinual. A nc druRiUt for JPllLS Ur. uarlrl'i Irrut'h (emala usrirritrrut'iir rlllt In metal box Willi Prnnh Vlnr. mi tnn In lllllH. While anil lied. In.ln on havluit Ilia genuina. 'Relief lor Woman,'VnalledKi(l't:tiirUrnapalel lUFrvlth tfAtlmniilaiii will particular. Atldresa, I HENCH OilUC CO., 381 and 383 Pearl St., N.T. The People's ttn'' A POPULAR CLEARING HOUSE for the llciiodt of All Who Have Houses to Kent. Heal Estate or Other Property to Sell or Exchange, or Who Want Situations or Help These Small Advertisements Cost One Cent u Word, Six Insertions for Five Cents a Word Except Situations Wanted, Which Are In sertcd l'rcc. FOR RENT VOll IIUNT-STOIIU hoom 203 wash Ington avenue, formerly occupied by J. W. Guernsey, for a term of years from April 1 Kor terms uprly t-0 Jones Dros., 311 Lackawanna nvenuo. OtTIOKB IN COMMON WKALTIt llulldlng; slnglo rooms and suites for term of jears with vaults. Ono suite of six concrtliiK oillces with thrco vaults ur three suites of two oillces, each Willi vault. Moderate prlco. Hi nnlshed to suit tenants. Inquire ut room toy on Gin floor KOll HUNT-HANDSOMU 11US1DLNCL, CT7 North Washington avenue. 1 os sesslnn about Kcbiuitry 1 If desired, also will sell carpets, shades, etc. lniulro ut Goldsmith's Bazaar. FOIl BENT-TWO FLOOHS 40x80 HACK. Inquire 137 Penn avenue. FOR IlUNT-t USK HOOM OH S1IAHK of oillces second floor front, Coal Lx clmnge. Call ut room 15. FOR nUNT - EKCCND Qulncy FLOOR, 701 FOR SALE DUSIRABLU LOTS ON COLFAX AVU nue. Kor particulars nadress Box 115, Scranton, Pa. FOR SALU-A FIRST CLASS PIANO ut a very low price: It must bo bold. Address P. O. Box 217, Scranton. FOR SALU-TUN R-I-P-A-N-S FOR G cents at druggists. Ono gives relief. FURNISHED ROOMS. FOR HUNTLAAjTFm?N7stmD rooms, conveniences. Hooms from '1.50 up, 522 Mulberry street. REAL ESTATE. FOR SALU-MY HUSIDUNCE AT 235 Colfax avenue; Just ct mpleted. All modern improvements Ilordwood tlntsh, sanitary plumbing, electric lights, etc. Prlco reasonable. Address Frank T. Okell, 220 Broadway, New York city. SCALP TREATMENT. MRS. L. T. KELLUH. SCALP THUAT- ment, 50c ; shampooing, 50c ; facial massage, manicuring. 25c chiropody. ,01 Qulncy. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY SAFETY IN SPECULATION. $100 IN vested In grain or stocks bv my s.ifo method plan will piy $1 ooo profit within .iO dajb. References furnished. Wrlto for particulars. RICHARD OLIVER, Hanker and Broker, Chicago Stock Ex change, Chicago. LEGAL. IN TEE COURT OF COSISION PLEAS for the County of Lntkawanna. No tice Is hereby given that an application will be made to tho said Comt on the 30th day of .human, A. D. 1S9D, at 'J o clock In the forenoon, under the "Cot poratlon Act of cue thousand eight bundled and seventy-four' und the supplement there to, by Wesley Johnson, SI. W. Evans, John S. Wllllce, Rudolph Uottwais and others, for a charter of an Intended cor poration to be called "Lavwenco Hose Company Number 1, ' tho chuiacter and object of which Is the protection of hu man llfo and tho prevention of tho de struction of propel tv b) lire, and for this purpose to have and possess and enloy nil the rights, benefits nnd privileges conferred by tho said Act and its supple ments. JOHN SI. HARRIS, Solicitor. THE ANNt'AL SIEET1NO OF THE stockholders of the Scranton Bedding Compiny will be held January lith, l'i, nt 1 '.0 p. m, at their olllco for electlo'i of directors and tho transaction ot such other business as may properly come be fore the meeting T. H. BENTON, Sccrctnrv THE ANNFAL STOCKHOLDERS' meeting of Tho Weston SI111 company will bo held at the Tlrst National bank, of Scranton Saturday evening, Jan. 14, 1S99, at 8 o'clock. A. W. DICKSON, Secretary. THE ANNUAL SIEETINO Or THE shareholders of the Third National Bank of Scranton. for tho election of di rectors, will be held at tho binklng houso on Tuesday, Jan. 10, 1SDJ, between the houtb of 3 and 4 o'clock p. in. WSI. II. PECK. Secretary. $1S0a3S3; Toughs, J15a3.30; pigs, fair to eholcev $3.C3a3 73. Sheep and Lambs- Fairly active, lambs, cholco to extra, $5 21 u5 35, culls und como 111, $J25aI90; sheep, choice to selected wethers, 4 15a4 25, culls and common, 2.iJ.50. Chicago Live Stock Market. Chicago, Jan. 5. Cattlo Higher, beef steers, $!90a5.70; fancy beeves, $5,75a"'i, Texas feeders, $I30a4C0, calves, $3.75.1 6 75. Hogs Actlvo und higher; fair to choice, SH,2'jii3 7r., packing lots, $3 41a3l.0; mixed, 3l5aJB71i!; butchers. J3 50.i3.73; light $126.96.36.199, piers, $2.'J0a.) IO. Sheep Stronger ut 2 7"al, lambs, In good re quest at $2.75a5.25, muttons, $3.t5; )cnr ltngs, ln4 50. heavy sheep, J.50it S3. He. celpts Cattle. (. 5"0 head, iiogs, 40 0WJ head; sheep, 10,000 head. East Liberty Cattle Market. East Liberty, Pa., Jan, 5 Cattle Steady; eMr.i, $.'.35.15 CO; prime, $5a5.2", common, $1 203 M). Hoks Steady; ctM heavy, $3 60.1.5, best mediums, $3Ki, best Yorkers. $173. light Yorkers and Pigs. $J (,3a 170. skips, J2 50a'! 25. loughs, 2 50a 3 33 Sheep Stead) . cholco wethers, $1 Ji n4 45; common, $2 50a3.50; choice lambs, $320.i5 30, common to good, JJ50a5 10; veil calves, $7a7.25 New York Live Stock Narket. New Yenk, Jan. 5 Beeves No Undo steady. Calves Slow nnd weak, venls, J3 u8. western. $3 12'i Sheep Steady, lambs, hlow and inn hanged; common to good, $125a4 25; medium to cholco limbs, $3 25a 0 50. Hogs-Firm at $19oa4 10. Oil Market, Oil Clt). Pa, Jnn. 5 Credit balances, $119; certificates, no sales; no bid; ship ments, SS.374 barrels, runs, fc3,l!S barrels. PROFESSOR KENDALL DEAD. The Well Known Professor of Mathe matics and Astronomy. Philadelphia, Jan 5. E. Otis Ken dall, foimer professor of mathematics nnd astronomy at the University of Fcnnsjlvnnla, und for yeais one of the foremost educatois of the country, died nt his homo today, aged S2 yearn. Ptofessor Kendall was for a number of years vice piovost of the University and the dean of college faculty. He was connected with many of the ed ucational societies of tho country, and for many yeais was vice president of the American Philosophical society. Ho was born at Wilmington, Mass., and was a descendant of one of the May flower pllgilms. DR. VON STAN'S PINEAPPLE TAB LETS. Nutuie's most potent aid lo ell gestlon pleasant and positive cure for Dyspepsia, Indigestion and all stomach derangements a new but well tiled and tested discovery in tho medlcino Itlng dam harmless as milk, mild and pure Pi event dlxeaso cure tho Incipient cases llko magic and will relievo tho most chronic enso In one day. 35 cents. Sold by Statthews Bros, and W. T. Claik.-lOO. Exchange. AAAMAAAMAAMM WANTED. wwww WANTED-CAt-'E OF HAD HEALTH that R-I-P-A-N-S will not benefit. Bend C cents to Rlpnns Chemical Co., New York, for 10 samples and 1,000 testi monials. HELP WANTED-MALE. WANTED - RESPONSIBLE FIRSI wants olllco manager nt Scranton, sal arc. $1,200 year, $600 cash and best icfer enccs required, commciilal reference fur nished. Address Postotllce Box 312, Phlla. HELP WANTED-FEMALE. WANTED - REFINED LADIES TO vvotk nt their homes, easy work. Call at room 211 Adams avenue. LADIES TO ESIHROIDER-GOOD PAY- tng, easy work sent to your horn, wrlto for sample and materials Undine Embroidery Co., 102 Fulton St.. New toik. POLITICAL. I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF AS A candidate for the ollleo of City ton troldr. Subject to the Hepubllcan pit mary election. JOSEPH ANSLEV, JR CITY SCAVENGER A B. BRIGGS CLLANS PRIVY VAUL1S and cess pools, no odor. Improved pumps U3ed A. BRIGGS, Proprietor Leuvo orders 1100 North Sluln avenue, or Klcko'ti drug store, corner Adamu and Slulberry Telephouo C0I0. SITUATIONS WANTED srrtJA?norvANT mairled man us clerk In grocery or driving delivery wugon, have had exnerl- nco, can glvo recommendation. Adiltess E C. P, Tribune. SITUATION WANTHD-HOY IS, ONE und one-half years experience In tho printers' trade, desires position at un thlng, working In n store or driving team, taking care of hoies or as coach man or any thing that ho can make wge.is enough to live. Veinon L Hun ter, CnrbondnW, Pa. A YOUNG S1AN OF GOOD ADDRESS wlshis a position as collector; biewirv or wholesalo liquor dealer preferred. Ad dress A. B. C., this olllce WANTED-BY A YOUNG LADY, PLAIN sewing to do ut home 7u." Deacon St., city. WANTED H A MIDDLE-AGED WO- man, position us managing housekeep er; experienced, hotel preterred. Ad dress It. St., Tiibui.o olllce. SITUATION WANTED - WASHING, Ironing or any kind of house cleaning by the day, or will take washing home. Sirs. Lee, side door, 420 Franklin avenue. SITUATION WANTED-AN EXPERI enced baker would lbsu position as foremnn or tlrst hand In a bakery. Can glvo best reference. Address Baker, Trib une odice. SITUATION WANTED - AS SEASI stress, will go out bv tho day or vork at homo and will work 011 children's clothes. Call or address 513 H)do Puik avenue. SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOf NO married m-in, willing to dj any kind of work, telerenco if needtd. H. B. Frank. Tribune olllce. WANTED-A SITUATION IN STORE or workshop. Ago 10, Jlonoy not such nn object as learning a trade. J. O. P., Potolllco Box 202, Dunmoie, Pa. SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG man, 23 years of ago; something that he em ralso up at. Address SI. M. '.., Slaylleld, Pa A YOUNG UNMARRIED SIAN WHO understands hoises thoroughly, speaks English and German, wants a position as coachman or hostler. Can glvo best ref ei enccs. Apply Dave Strauss, No. GJ0 Dlx court. SITUATION WANTED-CAN FURNISH lltst-class refcicnco, and position of trust; ace 32. G. A. SI., 1213 Diamond avenue, clt). A SIIDDLE AGED WOMAN WANTS A placo In small family as housekeeper Address Mr. Daniel Damloand, 417 North Main avenue. STUDENT, YOUNG SIAN (20) WOULD iuvu iuuasanc nomo in city for winter, Jo.V'oik for board. Address "Ambitious.' Tribune olllce, city. SITUATION WANTED - WASHING, ironing or an) kind of house cleaning by thu da), or will tako washing home, bide door. 120 Franklin avenue. SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG man to drive or take cuie of horses; has expeiienee. best references. Add less L. II., 203 South Slain avenue. SITUATION WANTED-BY A StAR rled man. of good character, as steam fitter, stationary engineer, fireman or an) kind of machinist work; can furnish best of references. W. II. Jones. 1005 Eynon St. PROFESSIONAL. ARCHITECTS EDWARD II. DAVIS, ARCHITECT Connell Building, Scranton. E L. WALTER, ARCHITECT. OFFICE rear of COS Washington avenue. LEWIS HANCOCK. JR , ARCHITECT, 433 Spruce St , cor. Wash av , Scranton. FREDERICK I,. BROWN, ARCHITECT. Price Building, 120 Washington avenue, Scrnnton. T." I. LACEY & SON. ARCHITECTS. Traders' National Bank SCHOOLS SCHOOL OV TEE LACKAWANNA, Siranton, Pa Courses pteparator) to college. law, medlcino or business. Opens Sept. 12 Send foi catalogue. Rev. Thorn as SI. Caun, LL. D, Walter II. Buell, A. SI. 7 -4 i n t d d l 1 GRIFFIN It COLLIN 5 220 LACKAWANNA AVENUE. j; PROFESSIONAL. AAAAMAAmMMMMWVWAMAMVM DCNTIQT3 DR. I. O. LYMAN, SCRANTON PHI vute Hospital, cor. Wyoming nnd SIul ben y. DR, II. 1 REYNOLDS, Ol'P. P. O. DR. C. C. LAUHACH, 115 Wyoming nve WELCOSIE C. SNOVER. 331 Washington avenue. Hours, 9 to 1, und 2 to3. HAT MANUFACTURER. TOLLUS. 409 SPRUCE STREET, MAKES your hat to order and they lit. HOTELS AND RCSTAURANT3 THE ELK CAFE, 125 AND 127 FHANK lln avenue. Rntes reasonable. P. ZEIGLER, Propilctor. SCRANTON HOUSE. NEAR D L. & W. passenger depot. Conducted on the Eu ropean plan. VICTOR KOCH, Prop. LAWYERS FRANK 13. BOYLE. ATTORNEY AND Counsellor nt-Invv Burr Building, rooms 13 and II. Washington nvenuc. W1LLARD WARREN & KNAPP. AT tornejM and Counsellois-it-Law. Re publican Building. Washington avenue, Scranton, Pa. JESSUP & JESSUP, ATTORNEYS AND Counsellors nt - Law Commonwealth Building. Rooms 1, 20 und il. JAS1I 'S W. OAKFORD, ATTORNEY-AT-t Rooms 511, 615 and 510. Hoard of Ltvv Trado Building D. II. REPLOGLE, ATTORNEY-LOANS negotiated on real estate securl'j Slews' Building, corner Washington avenuo and Ipruce street. JAS. J II HASIILTON, ATTORNEY-at-Law, ,101 Commonwealth Building, Sctanton. EDWARD W. THAYER. ATTORNEY. Rooms 903-901, 9th floor, Slcars" Bulldlns. L. A. WATHES, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 502 Board of Trade Building, Scranton, Pa. C. II. PITCHER. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Commonwealth Building, Scrnnton. Pa. PATTERSON & WILCOX, TRADERS' Natlornl Bank Building. C. COMEOYS, Building 9-13 REPUBLICAN A. W BERTHOLF, Slears Building. ATTORNEY, MIDWIFE SIRS. GABLE, GRADUATE MIDWIFE, IMS Washburn street, Scranton. En gagements solicited. Booms and best attendance for a limited number of pa tlentit PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS CR. C. L. FREY, SCRANTON SAVINGS Bank Building, 122 W)omlng avenue. SIARY A. SHEPHERD, SI. D. HOSIE- optthlst, No. 22S Adams avenue. DR. W. E. ALLEN, 512 NORTH WASH lngton avenue. DR. R TRAPOLD. SPECIALIST IN Diseases of Women, corner Wyoming nvenuo and Spruce street, Scranton. Olllco hours. Thursdajs and Satuidays,, U a. m. to 6 p. m. DR. L. SI. GATES. ROOSIS, 207 AND 20S Ho'ird of Trade Building. Olllco hours, S to 9 0. ni , 2 to 3 and 7 to 3 p. m. Besi de nee, SOU Madison avenue. DR. C. L. FREAS. SPECIALIST IN Rupture, Truss Kilting nnd Fut Reduc tion. Olllco telephono 1303. Hours, 10 to 12, 2 to 4, 7 to 9. DR S W. L'ASIOREAUX, OFFICE 3i9 Washington nvenue. Residence, 1318 Slul berry. Chionlc diseases, lungs, heart, kldnevs and genlto-urlnary organs a speclalt). Hojrs, 1 to 4 p. m. W G. ROOK, VETERINARY SUR geon. Horses, Cattlo and Dogs, treated. Hospital, 121 Linden street, Scranton. Telephono 2o72 SEEDS G. R. CLARK K. CO , SEEDSIEN AND Nurserymen, stoic 140 Washington avo. nue; green house, 1550 North Slain ave nuo; storo telephone, 7!2. WIRE SCREENS JOS. KUETTEL. REAR fill LACKA wnmm averue, Scranton, Pa., manufac turer of Wire Screens MISCELLANEOUS BAUER'S OHCHESTHA-SIUSIC l'OR balls, picnics, parties, reccpttons, wed dings and cencert work furnished. For teims, address It. J Bauer, conductor, 117 W)cmlng avenue, over Hulbert's music store S1EGAHGEE BROTHERS. PRINTERS' supplies envelopes, paper bagb, twlno. Warehouse, 130 Washington avenuo, Scranton, Fa RAILROAD TIME TABLES. Lehigh Valley Railroad System In Effect Nov. 13, 189S. TRAINS LEAVE SCRANTON. Tor Philadelphia and New Yoik via D. & II. R H . at li 45 a. m. and 12 03, 2.1S, 4 27 Black Diamond Em rcss, and 11 3o p, m. SundiDS, D. . II . 15". 7 4S p m. Tor White Haven, Hazlcton, Pottsvllle and pilnclpal points In tho 10.1I regions, v la D. & 11. H H.. b 15. 2 is and I 27 p. m Kor Bethlehem. Hasten, Reading. Har rlsburg anil principal iiuermeuiato sta tions U D ;' It-. I" 13 a 111., 12 03 " IS 4 27 Black Diamond Express, ll.io. Sui'lda) H. D A. H , 1 5S. 7 4S p. 111. Uor Tunkliannock, 'lowund.t Elmlra Ithaca, Geneva and principal Intermedi ate stations, '.la I). L i: W. R. l , SOS u m 12 5'. and 3 3j p. 111 For Geneva. Rochester. Buffalo. Niag ara Foils. Chicago and all 1 oints west vli 11 1 & It. K. 120i s,)i "'ark Diamond Express, 10.41 and 11 30 p m. Sunda)s, D. & II, 1143 11 m. 7 4S p m Pullman parlor nnd sleeping or Lehigh Valley parlor cars on all trains between Wilkcs-Birre and New York Pluladcl nhla. Buffalo and Suspension Bridge 1 ROLLlN II WILBUR, Gen Supt , v South Helhleliem Pi, C1IAS S. LEE, Gen Pass. Agt , 2S Cort land street. New Voik AW NONES1ACHER, Division Pass cnger Agent. South Bethlehem, Pa Tor tlcKets and Pullman reservations npplv 303 Lackawanna ave , Scranton Pa S x i d id id xd l i What You f Want to Know For tin ChrUtmis 1; And tha New Year, & ro To put it curtly aud : pleasantly, there is one store where au every day ; man can buy the best of $ Clothiug and Furnishiug r. Goods, ready lo put on aud 'H look aud be thoroughly T; well dressed, Go to P'. UP-TO-DUTE CLOTHIER), f HATTESS AND FJ31ISHERS RAILROAD TIME TABLES, PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD Schedule la llllect May 19, 1S0S. Trains Loavo Wllkos-Darro as Fol lows: 7.30 a. m wook days, for Sunbur Harrlsburp;, Philadelphia, BaltU moro, Washington, and for Pitts burg and tlia Wost. 10.15 a. 111., woek days, foe Hazloton, Pottnvillo, Roadlng, Norrlstown, and Phlladolplila; and for Sun "" bury, HorrlsburR, Phlladslphla, Baltimore, Washington and Pitts burg and tho Wost. 3.12 p. m , dally, forSunbury, Harris burg. Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wanhlngton, and Plttsburac and tho Wost. G00 p. m., wook days, for Sunbury, Harrlsburg, Philadelphia and Pittsburg. J. K. WOOD, Oen'l !'. Ajont. J.Jl: HUTCHINSON. Oeneral Mmiayer. Del., Lacka. and Western. Effect Slondf.y, November 14, 1S13, Trains lenvo Scrar.tfn us, follows' Ex. piiss for New oYrk 11l.il ull points East, 1.W, J.0U, 5 10, S DO and 10 05 u in., 12 55 and 3.33 p. in Express for Eastern, Trenton, Philadel phia and tho South, 5.10, 8.00 and 10.03 u. m . 12.55 and 3 33 p, m. Tob) liannu uccrmmudutlon, CIO n. m ( Express for Bliiglmmton, Osw go. El mlra. Corning, Hath. Dunsvllle, Slounl Morris and Buffalo, 12.10, 2.35, 9.00 a. in. i.Bj and S 50 i). ni., making closo conncc. t Ions ut Buffulo to all points In the West, Northwest and Southwest. V aslllMrton nerr.tiimnrlntlnii. fl.4n n. m. Ulnshnmton and way stations. 1.05 p. m. Nicholson accommodation. 5.10 p. in. Express for Utlci and Htchtleld Spilngs, .3j a. 111. and 1.65 p. m. Ithncti, 2 35, 900 11 in. and 1.55 p. m I 01 Northumberland. I'lttslon. Wilks 1,.'1rre. Plymouth, Bloomsburg and Dan ville, making close connections at Nortb umberlnnd for Wllllamsport, Harrlsburg. Baltimore, Washington and tho South Northumberland nnd Intermediate sta tions, 6 00, 10 05 a m , and 1.55 und 5.10 p. m. Nantlcokp and intermediate stations, SOS and 1110 in Plymouth nnd Inter mediate statGns, 3 15 und S 50 p. m. For Kingston vl", p. m. Pullmnii iirlor and sleeping coaches on all expresi (rains. For detailed information, pocket time tables, etc.. apply to SI. L Smith, Dis trict Passenger Agent, depot ticket of llce. Dclnwnro and Hudson. On Sunday. July 3rd, trains will leava Scranton as follows- For Carbondale C.20, 7.53. S 53. 10 13 a. m ; 12 noon, 1.23, 2 20, 3 52, 5 23, 0 23, 7.37, 0.15. 11 00 p. m., 1.10 a. m. For Albany, Saratoga, Montreal, Bos ton, New England points, etc. 6 20 a. m -' 20 p. m. For Honesdale-fi 20, S.53, 10.13 a. m ; 13 noon; 2 20, 5 23 p. m I'or Wllkes-Barre 0 43. 7.13. S.43, I.-??. 10 41 a 111 ; 12 03, 1.23, .MS, 3 33, 4 27, CIO, 7. IS, 10 11, 1130 p. m. Foi New York, Philadelphia, etc, via Lehigh Valley Railroad f. I". a. m., 1.03. 12S, 4.27 p. m : with Black Diamond Ex Piess. 11.L0 n ni. For Pennsvlvnnlii Itatlroad points, 6.43. D.5S a. in., 2.1S. 1 27 p m I'or Westorn points, via Lehigh Vnllev Rallro.id-7 4S a in ; 12 03. 3 33, with Black Diamond Express. 10.41, 11 30 p m Trains will nrrlvo In Scranton as fol lows: From Carbondalo and tho North-S 40, 7 13. S3S, 0.31, 10.3S, 11 51 a. m., 1.23, 2.13, 3 23, 4 23. 5 43. 7 43. 10 3S, 11 27 p m. From WIlkes-Harro and tho South-CIS, 7 IS, S4S, 10 OS. 11.5-1 a. m.;l.lS. 2.14. 3.43, CM, C21, 7 51, 9.05, 10 03 p. m.; 1.13 a. m. SUNDAY TRAINS. I'or Carbondalo 0.07, 11.33 p. rn.l 1.51, 3 52, 5 63, 9.53 p. in. For Wllkes-Baire-9.4S. 11.43 a. m.I 1.53, 3.2S, 6 43. 7.4S p. m. Lowest rates to all points In United States nnd Canada J. W. BURDICK. G P. A.. Albany, N. Y. II. W. CROSS, D P. A., Scranton, Pa. Central Rallrei.iii of New Jcrsoy (Lehlgh and Suseiuehanna Division.) Stations In Now Yotlc-Foot of Llbertv street, N. It., and South Ferry, Whitehall street. Anthracite coal used exclusively, lnsur lug clennllness and comfort. TIME TABLE IN EFFECT NOV. 20. JS33. Trains leavo Scrnnton for Plttston, Wllkes-Barre, etc , at $.30. 10.10 a, m , 1.20, 2 33, 3 20, 710 p. m. Sunda)s, 9.00 a. m. 1 00, 2.15, 7.10 p m. For Lakcwood and Atlantic City, S30 n. m. For Now York, Newark and Elizabeth. S30 (expicss) a m , 1 20 (express), 3.20 (ex press) p m. Sunda) s, 2 13 p. m. Train leaving 1.20 p. ni., arrives at Philadelphia, Heading Terminal, 7.03 p. m., and New York, 7 03 p. in. For Mnuch Chunk. Allentown, Bethle hem. Easton and Philadelphia, S 30 a- m., 1.20, 3.20 p. in. Sundays, 2 15 p. m. For Baltimore and Washington, and points South and V est via Bethlehem, 8.30 n m , 1 20 p m. Sundays, 2.15 p. m. For Long Branch, Ocean Grove, etc., at S.L0 a. m., 1 20 p. m. Tor Heading, Lebanon and Harrlsburg, via Allentown, S 30 a. ill., 1.20 p. ni. Sun day, 215 p. m. For Pottsvllle, 8 30 a. m , 1.20 p m Returning, leavo New York, foot of Lib erty street. North River, at 4 00, fl.10 (ex press) a. in , 1.30 (express) p. m. Sunday, 4 30 a. in. Leavo New York, South Ferry, foot Whitehall street, at 9 05 a. m., 1.25 p. m. Passengers arriving or departing from this terminal can connect under cover with all tho elevated railroads, Broadway cable cars, and ferries to Brooklyn and Stnten Island, making quick transfer to nnd from Grand Central depot and Long Island railroad Leavo Philadelphia, Reading Termlnul, 9 21 a. m 3 00 p. m. Sunday, fi 15 a. m Through tickets to all points East. South und West at lowest rate at tho Nation J. II OLHASUEN. Gen. Supt. II. P. BALDWIN. Gen. Pass, Agt. Eric and Wyoming Valley. Time Table in Effect Sept. 19th, 1S9S Trains leavo Scranton for New York, Newburg and intermediate points on rrle railroad, also for Hawley aid local nolnts. at 7 03 a m and 2.25 p. m Trains iinivo at Seranton from above points at 10 'J a m and 3 13 and 9 0S p m St'KAINTUIV DIVISION. In I'.Ifect Of tuber UOtli, ISBH. North lluiind. South Hound, - "airf' " " SUS 20l 204,300 M IS Stations SJ, A il i' ii Arrive Liuvu a m 72.VN Y Kranlslln Kt .... 74) , . 7 10 West 4ind street .... 713 . . Tool weeuavvken .... 810 .. a ti p n Arrive Leave r m r m 10 i 10 40 nil iov 1.' Vi U' 11. t aaosfiT" a ii 4 -w 811 4 35 U W 4 4fi S 311 4tr. 3 41 i 2SOt 6 14 S6S BS3 308 680 80 5.1 1 318 6 41 SSI 1M 13 38 r. 56 (3 43 6 01 3 45) 6 0? Ill IN 8 m ai S W. 18 4 01 Kit 4 01 1 6.4 4 lffl 7 4 14 SI (4 17 833 4 20 6 Sj r u'r M 11 uncock starlight f'roston Park Inwooel rojotello Orson Pleasant Mt b'nlondale rorest City Carb)ndale hite bridge Marlleld lermyn Archlbuld VMtiton Teckvllle oh bunt rilceliurg '1 Uroop Providence 1'aik l'laco 10 3 in si 10 15 10 oo 9 20 9 40 tit OS) 010 U07 9 0) U 40, 14 laci 11 cv' 1140, 11 SI duo' IMS) 8 vs 8 53 H60 8 46 B4J K 40 8 3J H35 !.' saw, A 111 11 Sill II u 1115 ,1111 11 OT U in 11 03 1101 11037 10 55 hcraaton a h I eavo Arrive t Sunday only f Blgnlnes that trains stop on signal for pa Bfugeis '1 rains tW) and )fi Sunda) only, other tralw dally except Suuday. i-eciiro rates via Ontario & Western belors put chasing tickets and save money hioiiiih Wagner oulTet s wjr aud free re. cllnlusr chair tar New York to culciro wfJiout change. I'lcuetiirctr l,t;j 2lclc;c.d lo 'o Cent I rr .'J lie, J.O.Andorcon, Men. Pass Afft T, FHtcrott, Ulv. Ptbs, igl.torantoa, 1'a. V