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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1899.
ARRESTS EXPECTED IN THE ADAMS CASE DISTRICT ATTORNEY GARDI NER'S OPINIONS. Ha Thinks That Thtoo or More Persons Aro Oonnoctod with tho Killing of Mrs. Adams Ho Has Not tho Nocossary Evidenco Tho Caso of H. 0. Barnot. New York, Fob. 2. District Attor ney Gardiner said today that he was of the opinion that he would bo able to adduco evidenco at the Adams In quest that would lead to tho arrest of two and perhaps three persons. Ite nald he had the necessary evidence for this. For tho past hrcs days Colonel Gar diner has been making a personal In vestigation Into the death of Mrs. Ad ams and II. C. Harriet, tho- latter a member of the Knickerbocker Athletic dub who died In November under sus picious circumstances. Ho Is now con vinced that the deaths of the two vera Intimately connected although tho mo tive In tho murder of Mrs. Adams was undoubtedly against tho life of Cor nish, the physical director of the Knick erbocker Athletic club. An Investiga tion relative to the handwriting In tho fuse hns convinced Mr. Gardiner of these conclusions. Colonel Gardiner today addressed a letter to Coroner ITnrt saying that he thinks the body of Barnct should be ex humed at once, unless It should ba found that tho body was embalmed previous to burial with a lluld con tnlnlng mercury. "In pplte of the fact," Colonel Gar diner said, that Dr. Beaman Doug lmis certifies that Burnet's death was lue to another cause, my investiga tions warrant me In the belief that the body should be disinterred and exnm Inea. In this connection I havo'wrlt ten the coronor and have told him that my offlce would stand tho expense of such an Investigation. THE CASES ALIKE. "The cases of Barnct and Mrs.Adams nr?, In my opinion, alike. There is an intimate connection between tho two and the motives for the two are. In my opinion, alike. "The Interest of public Justice de mands that we now go on and investi gate the ense. Six weeks have now elapsed. Tho report of the chemist is In the hands of the coroner. The pollco department has been steadily at work nnd have made no arrests. Last Sun day I was at police headquarters all day and there examined witnesses. At the close of the day the matter was fresh In my mind and what I had learned made me anxious to pursue some new lines of Inquiry which oc curred to me. I proceeded at once and had brought before mo reputable per sons who convinced me that the two cases are closely connected. "It Is not true that the police de partment acquainted me with the work of their handwriting experts. What T knew of that subject I gleaned myself. 1 can say, however, that I have advised the police department that no person .should be arrested for tho henlous crime of murder In tho first degree un less by the testimony In .their posses sion thei'o Is sufficient probable cause to induce a belief that tho indildual charged has committed tho crime. "The minute the police have any thing tangible on which they can hold a man they must make the arrest, not otherwise. Should an arrest be mado without probable caue there would bo a set back to the Investigation. SCANDAL MAY FOLLOW. "I agree that at the Inqaest the name of some prominent people may be men tioned nnd that some scandal may fol low. I cannot say that there will be a political scandal, for I do not know tho politics of the persons I have In mind. I can say, however, that no politics has been brought Into this case. Tho per son guilty of this crime Is a moral pervert, and In my opinion Bamat and Cornish were tho Intended victims. At this time I would not like ti give my ideas of the motive, but I think at the inquest proof sufficient to warrant an arrest will bo adduced. I am satisfied of what Is the motive In this case, but my opinion is not evidence. I think that the evidence at the inquest will run Into each other In the Burnet and Mrs. Adorns case. "I think that more than two persons were concerned In this murder and may be a third one knows all about It. The mlnutt; I get enough evidence I shall cause an arrest. This evidenco will come, I am sure, at the inquest. "This murder was done with deep deliberation by a person moderately tnmillar with chemistry, ' continued Colonel Gardiner. "The investigation shows startling -things In connection, with the poisons used nnd the methods nf using thnin. The pnleon acts differ ently In different systems. The pois oners did not know, evidently that pnl Hon would be slow In one ease and quick In another; that different in gredients would make n change. Tn all probability tho poisoner intended that noli victim should die slowly. THF. CASH IN LONDON. "This case Is similar to that of the Cleveland street flcnndal In London fomo years ago. "The police are said to be closely watching two suspects In the case. Coroner Hartman said the real rea son for tho delay of tho Inquest was his failure to receive Professor Wlth thaus' report of tho analysis of the viscera of Mrs. Adams. The undertaker who had charge of the burial of H. C. Barnct said today that the embleming fluid be used c6n talned no mercury or preparation of mercury. Colonel Gardiner In Ilia let ter to Coroner Hart said that while Dr. Douglass, who attended Ilarnet, said that death was due to heart fail ure following diphtheria, ho (Onrdlner) believed di-ath was duo to. mercurial poisoning. Colonel Gardiner will prob ably mako an application for the ex humation of Barnet's body and try to find whether there are nny traces of mercurial poisoning. In Constantinople. The Grand Vizier-"There Is talk of (unseating Congressman-elect Robert of Utah because ho Is a polygamlst." Tho Sultan "This Is nn Indirect reflec tlou on mo. By tho Heard of the l'rophet! I fort like sending Mmm an ultimatum." Puck. FullfitrAhttK tialfh ttnm and devluinient to every portion of tie body. Kneu i Of " overwork, worry, I the (ollltt of youth mid ex- I crura ot manhood quickly F Urri. AtinllunM n.l ..- edlea tent on trial. iVo mpneo in otfranre. Bealcd Durtlnulfim. fr r'.irr. lTViirlfirt ivinHiUntlal ERIE MEDICAL CO., BUrrALO, N.Y. rrtcc I TO ALL MEN IN THE PLAY HOUSES. Tho Circus Girl. A musical comedy, "The Circus Girl," which had a long and successful run at Daly's theatre In New York, was presented at the Lyceum last night bo fore an audience that crowded the the atre. Tho company Is the same which presented "The Geisha" hero earlier In tho season, augmented by a dozen or moro performers. Tho mualo of tho comedy Is bright and pretty nnd tho story connected enough to mako it Interesting. Mlnnto Ashtey, who was tho Mollio Seymour of "The Geisha,' was seen last night as Dora Wemyss, tho part that fell to the lot of Virginia Earlo In the original Daly company. Her song, "A Little Bit of String," In tho last net was one of tho decided hits of the evening nnd won a half-dozen encores. Chnrlcs Danby, as Biggs, a bar tender, who was ambitious to wrestle "The Terrible Turk," caused many a laugh. James1 T. Powers had tho rolo in the original company and Mr. Danby has followed closely his manner and methods. W. II. Frederick was excellent as Drlvelll, the circus proprietor, and Bert C. Thayer nnd Arthur Stanford were very acceptable In the parts assigned them. Other members of tho compnny who attracted attention were Maud Bliss, Ollxia Basslon, Lcona Omroso, Jeanne Fowler, Taylor Williams and Thomas Rlckctts. At the Academy. The Miles Ideal Stock company will present "Tho Governor's Pardon" at the Academy of Music this afternoon and tonight "Kathleen Mavourneen." For tomorrow tho bill will be as fol lows: Afternoon, "An American Hero;" night, "Our Irish-American Cousin." At each of the performances local artists will participate. Miss Minerva Hopp will give several whistling solos nt tho performances this afternoon and evening. Other local artists will also bo heard. Zoro Company at Gaiety. "Zero" held the boards at the Gaiety theatre yesterday afternoon and will remain for the balance of the week. The thread of the story of "Zero" Is supposed to rest upon tho adventures of an ambitious individual who sudden ly Inherits immense wealth and Is de sirous of entering the social world nnd also Is anxious to visit tho North pole. Some very good specialties are in-) troduced. Among those worthy of men- tlon were by Fish and Quigg, the I famous long and short men; and the Meeker-Baker trio, comedy rag-tlmo acrobats. The scenery and spectacular J effectn were very line, and catchy ' music by Misses St. John and Lytton was heartily applauded. The audiences were largo at each performance and displayed much enthusiasm at times. Matinees will be given this afternoon and tomorrow afternoon, with the usual evening performances. "Tho Countess Valeska." Julia Marlowe's production of her now play. "Tho Countess Valeska," which will bo seen for tho first time here at the Lyceum theater this even ing, is nn exceptionally beautiful and elaborate one. The first and fourth acts occur in her dining room. Thus I only two settings are required for tho whole play, Tlnd these are correspond- , Ingly lavish. Tho corridor scene is a ruddy and rlcli apartment of old woods and frescoes and rusted armor. At the rear there Is an elevated platform, I across which board stairs load to dou ble doors, and at one moment In tho first act the tremendous figure of little Napoleon walks up these stairs In the person ot a player who has not a word to say, but must only look like Nnpol- con and keep his hands behind his back. One of tho thrills of the play Is the sudden and unexpected appear ance of a majestic general merely hur rying to his sleeping apartment. The ' other ecene, tho dining room, is con ceived more lightly, but Is still a mas sive and spacious room, nn appearance of enormous solidity being given to it by tho oddly set doors to the outer court, which seem to be hung In a wall six or eight feet thick, as the cut sur face shows. Hero a splendid banquet In given by tho countess to the generals of Napoleon's army. The accessories of flowers, candles with their pink . shades in tho empire stylo, make tho scene nn exceedingly dainty one, tho brilliant uniforms of tho ofllcers add- Ing a rich nnd effective coloring. Ono of teh scones In "The Countess Vu- I lesku" Is qulto upoctacular. It Is the ' moment when, ntter having confessed ! to heiself and to tho spy Bhe Is liar- j boring that she loves him, she gives i him over to the allies of Poland by shouting "treason" through the court yard window. In rush the beautiful uniforms and before a roomful of ofll-1 rem nnd soldiers sho denounces the man and the curtain falls. i "A Grip of Steel.'' j A rare treat for lovers of the joman- tie will bo provided at the Academy of Music the first half ot next week, when , Shirley and Lanaeck's powerful drama, i "A Grip of Steel," will receive Its first i presentation in Scranton. Bonjarre, a ! man ot great physical strength, is tho leading personage ot tho play. He has I been unjustly convicted of a crime and upon his release from prison he I so hounded by the police that In despera tion he Joins a band of thieves. Ho then leads a double life. Notwith standing his depravity, ho falls a vic tim to the wiles of Cupid and marries Henrietta, a blind girl, who possesses, however, rare pergonal charms. She Is unaware of her husband's real char acter until Informed by a member fo the band, who turns traitor. She then dies broken-hearted. Ronjarre, al most besldo himself with grief and rage, swears to be avenged and ho ful fills bin oath. A thoroughly compe tent company nnd a wealth of special scenery are provided by Manager W. J. Fielding. Mntlneps Tuesday and Wednesday. Gaoity Noxt Week. Harry Wcet In his laughing success, "O'Hoollgan's Wedding," will bo at the Gaiety commencing with Monday ma tinee for ono full week. This produc tion without a doubt Is ono of the most amusing In the farco comedy line be fore tho public today. Supported by a ompany of recognized metropolitan artists, it will be found to bo above the average. Ludicrous situations, funn incidents and laugh provoking perplexities go towards making a pleas ant evening. The comedy will be In terspersed with a brilliant collection of sparkling music, dancing solos, topical songs, duets, quartettes, etc. Special scenery Is also carried. HeViyile a Boro. If man wcro .IXciHntit In hts niton. tlons is tho crdlloV moxuulto. no nomun would ever eon, Newark Adver tiser, THE MARKETS. Wall Street Itoview. New York, Fob. 2. Prices made frac tional net declines on tho stock ex change today with dealings In about SOO.000 shares. Influenced in better London quotations and tho reduction In tho Bank of England's rate of dis count, stocks opened steady nnd strong, with advances of about half a point in the active list. There was a disposi tion both hero and abroad toward In creased interests In low-priced shares. Advices Indicating that tho ratification of the peaco treaty was likely, had some Influence on speculative senti ment and prices continued to rise most of the forenoon. There was a sympa thetic ndvance among tho high-priced Btocks, but It was of only moderato proportions. In the afternoon tho buy ing demand slackened and tho appar ent Inclinations of commission house customers to take profits induced traders to offer stocks down, which In turn brought about some liquidation of weak holders. The grangers nnd a number of other stocks receded a point nnd over from the best. Tho sell ing for a time was on moderato deal ings, but before the movement was over tho volume Increased consider ably, and prices got well below yes terday's closing. In the late dealings, there were slight rallies, led by Sugar, and the market closed firm. Total sales, 799,700. Tho bond market showed more sta bility than stocks, the undertone being ono of undoubted strength. In the af ternoon, however, some weakness was current. Total swles, $4,800,000. Gov ernment bonds were unchanged in price bid. Carrington & Co's Letter. London opened up nearly a point, owing to a reduction of half per cent, in tho Bank of England's discount rate. The New York market opened fraction ally higher and early dealings showed marked strength and activity. Tho features of the opening wcro Southern Railway preferred, Union Pacific, ono point; Texas Pacific, i; Union Paclflo com., ?i; Union Paclflo preferred, Vi from last night's closing. After tho first half hour tho market oecame dull and featureless, tho volume of trading to noon being the smallest for many weeks. The gain at tho opening va3 lost during the day, but while the de cline was pretty general, it was con fined to a narrow range. The ability ot the bull clement to hold up prices during these puuses demonstrates tho great underlying strength of this mar ket. It looks ns If the force of today's recession had been spent nnd It might be a good time to make careful pur chases, particularly In the low-priced Htocks with merit. The Atchison, Union Pacific, Louisville & Nashville and Pacific Mall are excellent stocks to be long of. In the Industrials, wo think well of A. S. W. com,, and we have no reason to change our opinion on Federal Steel preferred. The time when this stock will cross par Is not far distant. Total sales: Stocks, 799, 79,".; bonds, 4.79S.000. Quotations furnished by LABAR & FLTLLUR, stock, grain and cotton brok ers, rooms 203 and 210, Board of Trade building, Scranton, Pa. Open- High- Low- Clos ing, est. est. Ing. Am. Cot. Oil 3i,4 33b 3H :i Am. Sid;. Re'g Co ..133 lXTi'i 11274 134 A ten.. To. & S. Fo .. 23'J 23-i 22'. 22i A., T. & S. F I'r .. 021; C3',i filH f.lH Am. Tobacco Co ....117 147 143U 31511 Brook. It. T A"j 3I"-1 92V4 92?(, Buy Stato Ons ",yH 7r'A 7S 7 Can. Southern 5! & 5!) 59 N. J. Central 102 102 101U 10114 Chos. .Si Ohio 30 314 20"i 30'i Chic. & G. W 17H ViVs Wt lfiVsi Chic. & N. W IlO'fc llO'j US US Chic, B. & Q 3P, V.CM, 131V 3V, Chic, Mil. & St. P ,.U'S?4 12Srl 127 1274 Ohio.. II. I. & P 119 119'i HSVa 118 Chic, St. I'. M. & O. 91 !HU 91 94 C. C. C. & St. L .... CI fi2 CD C014 '.'on. Gas 103 1M 137 137 Dclawaro & Hud ...112 112 112 112 N. Y.. L. E. & W ... 15i i: 3.1 15 Vert. Steel, Pr SS J-S',4 7 87V, Fed. Steel, Com fi3 53 K 52 Gen. Electric Dm 112 111 lllli Louis. & Nash C0 G7 f.5T 05 Manhattan Elc llCi llCJi 111U 111',! Met. Traction Co ...Sis 21S 218 217- Mo. K. Tex., Pr ..33 39 SS'' 38 Mo. Pnrltlc 47 4My 411 47 N.it. Lead ss 2S 37 37 N. Y. Central 134 131 133 131 Out. & West 22 22 22 22 North. Pacific 52 52 51 51 Nor. Pacific. Pr .... 80 f0 79 80 Pacific Mail 53 54 52 52 1'onplo's Cms UG llfi 114 115 Phil. & Read 21 23 22 22 P. & It.. 1st Pr f2Vi wr, mii' ni(. Southern It. It., Pr.. 51 61 50'J 50 iVnn., r;. ft lion .... 4.'i 4:, 4 n Texas & Pacific .... 21 21 " ?0 20 Union Pnclflrt .. 114 " " 47i Union Vac. Pr U. S. Rubber .. 1 bi "lit ij-M ni'4 ' 52", 52 51 51 r. Pr .. 73i. 7.ra 7-.ii 7:111 l H. I.eathe Wabash. Pr 2.: 23 23 23 West. Union pj fijii 9314 CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE. .I,T,A'P 0.PPU- I,lKM- I''' Clrt!- WIIEAT. Inc. rst. est. ing. "y Jl?4 75 75 73 Jueta: " 7r! " May m 3S 37 3K ju0Ats: S,i "" " "'" May 2H 28 2S 2Vi Jn -c'i ?' ?4 w M?y.;,- 10-''- 10.' 10.R7 10.12 May 5.S7 5.S7 5.S.7 fi.sr, July 5.97 5.37 5.97 3.97 Scranton Honrd of Trado Exchange Quotations All Quotations Based on Par of 100. STOCKS. Bid. Asked Scranton & Plttston Trac. Co. ... w ' First National Bank soo KlmhurBt Boulevard m Kfianton Savings Pi.uk t 235 Rrrantnn Packing Co oj Third National Bank ES3 Throop Novelty Mfg. Co go Hcrnnton Railway Co 25 Dime Dep. & DIs. Bank lsj Econoniy Light Heat 4j Pow er Cotnpuny 45 Scranton Illuminating, Heat & Power Company S5 grrnntoii Forglue Co -nj Trailers' National Bank 130 I.atlia. Lumber Co ijn l.nek. Trust & Safe Dep. Co.. 150 . Moosle Mountain Coal Co Hsu Hernnton Paint Co & Clark ft Rnover Co., Pom 400 Clark & Hnover Co., Pr ...,,.,, 125 .". Cnrson Coal Co , inn Scranton Axlo Works go Scr. Iron Fence & Mfg. Co 100 BONDS. Scranton Pass. Railway, first mortgage, due 1920 ...,., us ... Pecple's Street Railway, first mortgage, dub 1618 115 ,,, People's Street Railway, den- eral mortgage, duo 1921 .... 115 , . Dickson Manufacturing Co 100 I.acka. Township School 5 102 City of Scranton St. Imp. C 102 Mt. Vernon Coal Co sj Scranton Axlo Works joo Hrrnnton Tr-ietlon (il bonds... 105 Carson Coal Co 100 NowYorkQraln and Produce Market. New York, Feb. B. Flour Neglected With buyers about 15c apart. Wheat Spot steady; No. 1 northern Duluth, S2c, I', o. b.. ailoutl No. 2 do., E0c. f. o. b., C'.nu'.lt . arrival No. 1 northern New York, yc, f. 0. b., nfloat spot; options opened stronger on foreign buying but sold off; although liquidation seemed less RELIEF " FOR WOMEN DR. N1 ARTEL'S FRENCH FEMALE PILLS rarlieulart nnd tettl nioulali la pUIn imUJ FRENCH DRUQC0.,SQl&3a3 Pearl St.. New York The People's umani'tfWM'' A POPULAR CLEARING HOUSE for tho IJcncllt of All Who Ihivo Houses to Rent, Real Estate op Other Property to Sell or Exchange, or Who Want Situations or Help These Small Advertisements Cost One Cent a Word, Six Insertions for Five Cents a Word-Except Situations Wanted, Which Are In. scried Free. FOR RENT FOIt RENT-SECOND FLOOR FOP. business. Best location. Plato glass front. 303-317 Lackawanna avenue. KROTOSKY BROS, FOR RENT APRIL 1ST, STORE rooms on Lackawanna uvcnuo and Spruco street; also dwelling. Apply at onco to F. 8. PAULI, 1554 Sanderson avo nuo. FOR RENT TWO FLOORS, 40xSO; heat Included; centrally located; low rent. Inquire 137 Pcnn uvcnuo. FOR RENT-PROM APRIL 1, HOUSE , No. 623 Qulncy avenue, 12 rooms; all improvements; 2 houses on Costello court, near Moses Taylor hospital, 7 rooms, all ImprovcmeniH. Apply to J. B. Woolaey & Co., contractors and builders, 312 For est court, city. FOIt RENT-TWO PRIVATE DWELL ing houses; all modern conveniences, ."".u'ro at Morris Bros'. Shoo Store, or a. Morris, C02 N. Washington avenuo. FOR RENT-1IOUS3E C21 MADISON ,-'lvenue! steam heat: ovcry convent ?.nt, PP'y Owens Bros., C01 Madison i venue. I' OR RENT-A FIVE-STORY BUILD ,. 1?fr. sultablo for wholesale business, located In the wiiolesalo block, No. 14 acknwanna avenue. For rent from April iii I'-n.nuIro of Burko Bros., ofilco Con "ell building. O FV I c E S IN COMMONWEALTH , f uilcIInK-: single rooms and suites for term of years with vaults. Ono sulto of six connecting offices with three vaults or three suites of two offices, each with vault. Moderato price. Rollnlshed to suit tenants. Inquire at room C09 on 6th floor. FOR RENT-HANDSOME RESIDENCE, 637 North Washington nvonue. . Pos session about February 1, it desired; also will sell carpets, shades, etc. Inquire at Goldsmith's Bazaar. FOR RENT-DESK ROOM OR SHARE of offices, second floor front, Coal Exchange. Call at room 13. FOR RENT SECOND FLOOR, 701 Qulncy. FOR SALE FOR SALE-PIANOS AND ORGANS AT Guernsey Brothers' rooms, 7-8 Burr building, anods the best, prices the low est, terms tho easiest. A call will con vince all. DESIRABLE LOTS ON COLFAX AVE nuc. For particulars address Box 345, Scranton, Ta. FOR SALE-TEN R-I-P-A-N-S FOR 5 cents at druggists. Ono gives relief. FARM FOR SALE. FOR SALE, CHEAP-FARM. SEVENTY acres, well located in Susquehanna county. Apply Box C9, Kingston, Pa. REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE-MY RESIDENCE AT 235 Colfax avenue; just ci mpleted. All modern Improvements. Ilcrdwood finish, sanitary plumbing, electric lights, etc. Price reasonable. Address Frank T. Okell, 220 Broadway, New York city. FOR RENT PLEASANT F'-riNISHED rooms; conveniences. Rooms from ?1.50 up, 522 Mulberry street. prominent than yesterday bulls wc-o timid and when in the afternoon St. Louis told heavily, local houses quickly unloaded forenoon purchases and prompt ed a weak close at ac. net decline; the export trade was largo and clearances heavy: March closed J0c. ; May, 77c. ; July, 7Cv!iC. Corn Spot firm; No. 2, 44a 40c, f. o. b., afloat, now or old; options opened firm and except for n reaction at mld-dny with wheat was held all day on further large export purchases, clos ing film at c. net ndvance; May closed 42,c. ; July, 43c Oats Spot quiet; Nj. 2. 31c; No. 3. 33c; No. 2 white. 3Cc; No. 3. 35c; track mixed, western, 3U 3Cc; track white, 33aS3!4c; options dull. Butter Stcndy; western creamery, 15a 13c; do. creamery, I2allc; Klglns, 19c; Imitation creamery, 12al0c.; stato dairy, 13al7c. ; do. creamery, UalSc. Eggs lrm; state and Pennsylvania, 19u20c ; eastern fresh, 19c; southern, lSal9c. Philadelphia Grain and Produce Philadelphia, Feb. 2. Wheat Steady; contract grade, February, 7Ca7S',c. Corn Firm and quiet; c. higher; February old, 41a41c; do. now, 40al0c. Oats Steady; No. 2 white cllppul, 3Va3tic.; No. 3 do. do.. 35a35c: No. 2 mixed, do., Slu35f. Butter Steady; fancy western. 19c; do. prints, 20c. Eggs Firm; fresh, nearby, 21c; do. western, ?c. ; do. south ern, 20c; do. southwestern, Uc. Cheese Steady. Refined Sugars Unchanged. Cotton Btdy T allow Firm; city prime. In hogsheads, 4c; country do., bar rels, 4c; dark, do., 3c. ; cakes, 4c; grease. 2V4a3c. Live Poultry Steady; fowls, 9al0e. ; old roosters, (!a7c. ; spring chickens, U.UOc. ; ducks, 9aloc; geese, ta 3c Dressed Poultry Steady ; fowls, choice, lOalO'.ic; do. fair to good, 9a3c. ; old rosters, 6a7c ; spring chickens, west ern, lO'jallc; do. fair to good, 9al0c; tur keys, cholco to fancy, Sutfc.; do. fair to good, lOallc.; ducks, Su3o. Receipts Flouj". 20,000 barrels and 8,000 sacks; wheat, 20,000 bushels; corn, 124.000 bush els; oats, 3,000 bushels. Shipments Wheat, 10,000 bushels; corn, 157,000 bush els; oats, 110,000 bushels. Chicago Grain Market. ChlciRo, Feb. 2. After temporary firm ness today wheat yielded to further liqui dation. Heavy exports taking nt tho sea board cheeked the decline 2c. from tho top prlco of tho session and May closed with a net loss of 5c. Corn and oats held aloof from demoralizing association with wheat nnd wet off at an advance of c. In corn and ac. In oats. Pork und lard aro n phado higher anr libs un changed. Leading futures ranged as fol lows: Wheat May, 74a74a73a73c; July, 72a7trt71c. Corn May, 37.137'U 3Sa38c; July, 38a38a3Sc ; September, 39a30c. Oats May, 2Sn2Sa2S.c; July, 2t,r2t;o. Moss Pork Muy. $10.42al0.42. Lard May, $5 s3a3.S5; July, toaS.Bi1,;.. Short Ribs-May. I5.17a5.17; July, $5.32a5.50. Cash quotations were ns follows: Flour Moderate demand and easy; No. 2 wheat, 70a73c; No. 2 do. do., 65M.a71e. : No. 2 red, 72a74c; No. 2 corn, 30c. ; No. 2 yellow corn, 37c; No, 2 oats, 27a2jc. ; No. 2 white, 30a31c; No. D, do., 30a30e. ; No. 2 rye, f. o. b., 56c: No. 2 barley, 41a 62c: No. 1 (lax fceed. $1.11: new, $1.18; prime timothy seed, $2.35a2.40; mess pork, $in.20al0.50; lard, $5.C5a5.(i7; short ribs, $4.S3a5.03; dry salted shoulders, 4a4c. ; short char, $5.20a5.25; whiskey, $1.25; sug ars, unchanged. Chicago Live Stock Market. Chicago, Feb. 2. Good cnttle, firm, others slow; fancy cattle, $iinfl.30; cholco steers, $0.50aO.!O; medium. $j.Wd5.33; steer, $4.S0a4.95; Mockers, $3.5ul.bO; bulls, $2.70u i.20; cows and heifers. $3.30a3.40; western, fed steers, $4.10a5.85; Texas steers, $l.75a 7.10 ;calvcs. $4a7.25. Hogs Active and higher; fnlr to choice, $3.82o3.37; heavy packing lots, $3.60a3.K; mixed. $3.C0a3.S5; butchers, $3,65a3.92; light. $3.55a3.87i piss. $3.25a3.70. Bhoep BIuw; culls to prime sheep, $2a3.30; yearlings, f4.10nt.15i lambs, $4a&; greater part at $l.75a4.0, Receipts Cattle. 8.500 lifml; hogs, 32,000 head; sheep, 13.W0 head. Now York Livo Stock Market. New York, Feb. 2. Beeves No sates, steady. Calves Quiet and steady; good veals, $7.S7a8; southern calves, fl, Sheon Dull; lambs, dull; common to good sheep, $3.7Ba4.25: lambs, good, $3.C0; main ly $3,40a5.60. Hops Weak at $3.90al,0; choice etute pigs, $1,25, Oil Market. Oil City. Pa.. Feb. 2.-Crcdlt balances, $1.16; shipments, 878,847 barrels; runs, 27, 297 barrels. Exchange. MMMMMMMMMMM TRIBUNE WANT ADS. BRING QUICK RETURNS. ! COST BUT LITTLE. BUT DO MUCH. ONE CENT A WORD. SIX TIMES AT FIVE CENTS A WORD. WANTED. Vv'ANTBD-CABB OF BAD HEALTH that R-I-P-A-N-S will not benefit. Send 1 C cents to Rlpnns Chemical Co., New iork,for 10 samples nnd 1,000 testimonials. HELP WANTED-MALE. WANTED - RESPONSIBLE FIRM wants ofilco mntrnger at Scranton; sal ary. $1,200 year; $000 cash nnd best refer ences required; commercial reforenco fur nished. Address Postofilce Box 312. I'hlla. HELP WANTED-FEMALE. . WANTED A WOMAN TO COOK, wash and Iron for family ot five; must bring good references; to right par- 1 ty good wages will bo paid. Room C07, 1 Mcars building. LADIES TO EMBROIDER-GOOD PAY- Ing, easy work sent to your huma; write for samplo and materials. Unique Embroidery Co., 102 Fulton St., Now York. LOST, LOST-WASHINGTON AVENUE, NEAR Linden street, a kid mitten. Please leave ut Tribune office. LOST-ONE RETURN TICKET, SCRAN ton to South Amboy, N. J., C. R. R. of N. J. Pleaso return to Airs. W. R. Thompson, GU N. Washington avenue. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY vested in grain or stocks by my safo method plan will pay $1,000 profit within 30 days. References furnished. Write for particulars. Richard Oliver, Banker and Broker, Chicago Stock Exchange, Chi cago. CITY SCAVENGER A.B. BRIGGS CLEAISS PRIVY. VAULTS and cess pools; no odor. Improved pumps used. A. BRIGGS, Proprietor. Leave orders 1100 North Main avonuc, or Elckc'a drug store, corner Adams and Mulberry. Telephone 05-10. SITUATIONS WANTED SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG woman with experience at housework. Can furnish good references. Address A. C, Trlbuno olllce, city. A FIRST-CLASS CHRISTIAN MAN, ago 30, wants a trustworthy position of any kind. Would accept small salary and board; best reference. I R. L., Trlbuno olllce. BUTCHER WANTS A SITUATION; thoroughly experienced In all bran ches of tho business. Address BUT CHER, 210 Spring street. Providence, WANTED - 1Y A YOUNG LADY, formerly western, of cxpciienco nnd ability, a position ns waitress In a first class hotel or restaurant. Position not to bo filled until April 1. Reference furn ished, western and eastern. Address J. B. E., care Tribune. SITUATION WANTED-BY MAN 19 years; experienced In bicycle repairs; local reference. John MacNolll, 1306 Washington avenue. SITUATION WANTED-BY A GERMAN young man as bartender; has experi ence. Address K. C. It., 819 Elm street, city. LEGAL. IN RE: APPLICATION OF JOHN J. Shea and Henry F. Ferbcr for license ns a detective, agency under tho namo and stylo of tho Shea & Ferbcr De tective Agency. In the Court of Quarter Sessions of Lackawanna county, Pa. Notlco Is hereby given that tho petition and application of John J. Shea and Hen ry F. Ferbcr for tho Issuing of a llcenso to conduct a detective agency and to act as detectives Is now tiled in the office of tho Clerk of tho Court of Quarter Sessions of Lackawanna county, and tho samo will bo presented to said court and will by said court be considered on Sat urday, the 18th day of February. A. D. lb'.fl, at 9 o'clock a. m., in open court. WATSON, DIEIIL & KLM.MKRElt. Attorneys for Petitioners. TRUSTEES' NOTICE-IN RE: THM American Spectailo company ct al.. No. 1012 May Terra, isos. in tho Court of Common Pleas of Lackawanna county. Tho undersigned, trustees, lieretoforo appointed by the Court of Common Ploas of Lackawanna county ot Samuel N. Ben jamin, late trading as Benjamin and Benjamin In tho cities of Scranton and Wllkcs-Rarie. Pa., In a certain writ of domestic attachment Issued out of said court to No. 1042, Mny Term. 1SHS. heieby glvo notlco to all persons indebted to tho said Samuel N. Benjamin, Into trading as Benjamin & Benjamin, or holding property belonging to him, to pay over and deliver such money or property to tho underslgt ed, without delay; and to all creditors of tho said Samuel N. Ben jamin to present their respective ac counts or demands for settlement to tho said trustees, who will at 10 o'clock a. m. on tho 29th day ot February, 1P39, at tho ofilco of v. m. Curry, Nn, 815 Council building. Washington avenue. Scranton, Pa., attend to their duties as such trus tees according to law nnd mako distri bution of the funds now in their hands to the proper claimants therefor, at which time and place above named, cred itors of tho said Samuel N. Benjamin must appear nnd piesent their claims or bo forever debarred from coming In on said fund. W. M. CURRY. W. M. BUNNELL, JOHN LOFTUS. Trustees. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN application will bo mado to the Gov ernor of Pennsylvania, on the tenth day of Icbruary, by Frcdorlck G. Foote. Howard A. Fuller, Arthur C. Fuller, James A. Lansing and Benjamin E. Wat soli, under tho Act of Assembly entitled An Act to provide for the Incorporation and regulation of certain corporations," approved April 23th, U73, nnd tho supple ments thereto, for the charter of nn In len,,c!! corporation to be called the Footo & duller Company, tho character and ob Jcct of which Is tho buying, selling, trad ing, or dealing in any kind or kinds of goods, wares und mtrchandlsw nt wiiole salo, and for these purposes to have and possess and enjoy nil tho rights, bene fits and privileges of said Act of Assem bly nnd supplements thereto. WELLES & TORREY, Solicitors. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSIHP Notlco is hereby given that tho part nership heretofore existing between A. M. Whlto und James J. Itoalcy. uude. tho firm name of Whtto a Co., Is thlB day dissolved by mutual consent, Jnm?s J. Henley retiring. A. M. Whlto retaining and continuing the business ut 411 Spruco street. All bills against tho ubove firm should be presented to A. M. Whlto at ubove number. A. M. WHITE, J. J. HEALEY. January 31, 1S39. , PROFESSIONAL. AHOHITCOTB EDWARD II. DAVIS, ARCHITECT Connell Building, Scranton. vi"&l"l E. I WALTER, ARCHITECT, OFFICE renr of COO Washington nvenuo. LEWIS HANCOCK. JR., ARCHITECT. 435 Spruce St., cor. Wash. av Scranton. FREDERICK I,. BROWN, ARCHITECT, Prlco Building, 12$ Washington avenue, Scranton. T. I. LACEY & SON, ARCHITECTS. Traders' National Bank. DCNTI3T8 DR. I. O. LYMAN, SCRANTON Plll vato Hospital, cor. Wyoming and Mul berry. BR. H. V. REYNOLDS, OPP. P. O. DR. C. C. LAUBACH, 113 Wyoming ave. WELCOME C. SNOVER, 331 Washington avenuo. Hours, 9 to 1, nnd 2 to5. HAT MANUFACTURER. TOLLES, 403 SPRUCE STREET, MAKES your hat Jto order nnd they fit. HOTELS ANO REaTAURANTB THE ELK CAFE, 125 AND 127 FRANK- lln avenue. Rates reasonable. P. BE1GLER. Proprietor. SCRANTON HOUSE. NEAR D L. & w! passenger depot. Conducted on the Eu ropean pian. VICTOR KOCH, Prop. LAWYERS FRANK E. BOYLE, ATTORNEY AND Counsellor-nt-Law. Burr building, rooms " """ ", ivasningion avenue. WILLARD, WARREN & KNAPP, AT tornoys nnd Counscllors-nt-Law. Re publican building, Washington avenue, Scranton, Pn. JESSUP & JESSUP, ATTORNEYS AND Counsellors - at - Law. Commonwealth building. Rooms 1, 20 and 2L JAMES W. OAKFORD, ATTORNEY-AT-Law. Rooms 514, 515 and 616, Board of Trado building. D. B. REPLOGLE, ATTORNEY-LOANS negotiated on real estate security. Mears' building, corner Washington avenuo and Spruco street. JAMES J. II. HAMILTON, ATTORNEY-at-Law. 301 Commonwealth building, Scranton. EDWARD W. THAYER. ATTORNEY. Rooms 003-301, 9th floor, Mears building. L. A. WATRES. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 502 Board of Trado building, Scrantoi , Pa. C. R. PITCHER, ATTORN EY-AT-LAYv. Commonwealth building, Scranton, Pr. PATERSON & WILCOX, TRADERS' National Bank building. C. COMEGYS, 9-13 REPUBLICAN building. A. W. BERTHOLF, ATTORNEY, Mcars' building. MIDWIFE MRS. GABLE, GRADUATE MIDWIFE, 1518 Washburn street, Scranton. En gagements solicited. Rooms nnd best attendance for a limited number of pa tients. PHYSICIANS AND SUROEONS TR. C. L. FREY, SCRANTON SAVINGS Bank Building, 12 Wyoming avenue. MARY A. SHEPHERD, M. D HOME opathlst. No. 228 Adams avenue. DR. W. E. ALLEN, 512 NORTH WASH lngton avenue. DR. R. TRAPOLD. SPECIALIST IN Diseases of Women, corner Wyoming nwnuo and Suruce sticet, Scranton. Ofilco hours. Thursdays and Saturdays, 3 a. m. to C p. m. DR. L. M. GATES. ROOMS. 207 AND 203 Beard of Trado Building. Office hours, R to 3 a. 111.. 2 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. 111. Resi dence, 303 Madison avenuo. DR. C. L. FREAS. SPECIALIST IN Rupture, Truss Fitting nnd Fat Reduc tion. Oluco telephone 1303. Hours, 10 to 12, 2 to 4, 7 to 9. DR. S. W. L'AMOREAUX, OFFICE 319 Washington avenuo. Residence. 131S Mul berry. Chronic disease-, lungs, heart, kidneys and genllo-urlnary organs a specialty. Hoars, 1 to 4 p. in. W. O. ROOK, VETERINARY SUR geon. Horsci, Cattle and Dogs treated. Hospital, 121 Linden street, Scranton. Telephone 2072. SCHOOLS SCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA Scranton, Pa. Courses preparatory to college, law, medicine or business. Opens Sept. 12. Send for catalogue. Rev. Thom ns M. Cann, LL. D., Walter II. Buell, A. M. SEF.D3 C, R. CLARK & CO.. SEEDMEN AND Nurserymen; store 145 Washington ave nue; green house, 1S50 Nor'.h Main ave nue; store telephone, 7&2. WIRE SCREENS JOS. KUETTEL, REAR 511 LACKA wanna nvcr.uc, Scranton, Pa manufac turer of Wire Screens. Af'SCCLL' VTOU3 BAUER'S ORCHESTRA-MUSIC FOR balls, picnics, parties, receptions, wed dings and cencert work furnished. For terms, address R. J. Buuer. conductor, 117 Wyoming avenue, over Hulbert'a music store. MEGAROEB BROTHERS. PRINTERS' supplies, envelopes, paper bags, twins. Warehouse. 130 Washington nvenue, Scranton, Pa. SCLPJffEl TMENT. MRS. L. T. KELLErTSCALItTuTaT ment. 60e. : shampooing. 50c; facial mnssage, manicuring, 25c; chiropody. ',01 Qulncy. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. Lchiglt Valley KallronJ System In Effect Nov. 13, 1S0S. I TRAINS LEAVE SCRANTON. For Philadelphia nnd Now York vU D. ft H. R. R., nt 0.15 a. m. end 12.03. 2.K 427 Black Diamond Express, and 11.20 p. m. Sundays. D. & II., 1.6S, 7.4S p. m. For White Haven, Hnzleton. Pottsville, and principal points In tho coal regions, via V. & H. R- R- -45. 2.1S nnd 4.27 p. 111. For Bethlehem. Easton, Reading, Har rlsburg nnd principal Intel mediate sta tions via 1). & H. R. R.. 6.45 a. m.. 12.03. " is 4."7 Black Diamond Express, n.ou. Sundays, D. & II., 1.58, 7.48 p. m. For Tunkhannock, Towanda, Ehnira, Ithaca, Geneva and principal intermedi ate stalons, via D.. L. & W. R. R., 8.08 a m., 12.63 and 3.35 p. m. For Geneva. Rcchester. Buffalo, Niag ara Falls, Chicago and all points west via D. & H. R. It.. 1203. 3.03 Black Diamond Express, 10.41 rind 11. 30 p. m. Sundnys, D. &.. 11.43 a. in.. 7.48 p. m. Pullman parlor nnd sleeping or Lehluli Valley parlor cars on all trains between Wllkes-Barro and New York, Philadel phia. Buffalo nnd Suspension Bridge. 1 ROLLIN II. WILBUR. Oen. Bupl.. South Bethlehem. Pa. ClIAfl. 8. LEE. Gen. Pass. Agt., 0 Cort- land street, New York. A. W. NONI3MACHKR. Division Pass- enger Agent. South Bethlehem, Pn. For tlrkets nnd Pullman reservations apply 309 Lackawanna ave.. Scranton. Pa, FINANCIAL. LaBAR & FULLER BROKERS. Oldest i:tnbljh:il llo ise In the City. Dealer- ill HIOCK4, CUI'TON, (IkAIN and PROVISIONS, on ntitrjilii or lordeltvory. OPFICli: Rooms 309 and no Hoard ol Trade DullUIng, Scranton, l'u. L. Q. LA BAR, I. V. FULLER !JJ-nFrP-A.P..TlME TABLES. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD Schedulftlrt ntfet Mav n. .Qn Trains Leavo Wllkos-Darro as Fol. lows: 7.00 a. m week days, for Sunburf . .... nuuiK, c-iiiiauoipnia, mm. moro, Washington, and for Pitts. , burK and tho Wost. 10.15 a. in., wook days, for Hazlolon, Poil1!' f' ,RadlnB. Norrlstown, nnd Philadelphia; and for Sun bury, Harrlsburir, PhtladslohU, Daltimoro, Washington and Pltt. UUrtr nnrl ihn Unei 3.12 p. m , dally, forSunbury, Harris. i..:', rnnaaoiphia, uartlmoro, WasMnKton, and FlttsburR and tho West '00 p. m., wook days, for Sunbury. Harrisburg, Philadelphia and Plttsburrf. J. K. WOOD, Uen'l Pan. A rent J. D. HUTCHINSON. tienVr.l i Ue?. Del., Lacku, and Western. t. 1 EfFcct Monday, Nov. 14, 1S9S. n. )s leJ!ve Scranton as follows: Ex- 1.40. 3.W. 5.10, 8.00 and 10.05 a. m.; 12.55 an J w.jj p. ni. nhhiPnT .or J31810"' Trenton, Phlladel- nV,!?.-. nnu 3.33 p. m. loojhanna accommodation, CIO p. m. mlrn1 rnL ',or u!chamton Oswego, 13 Mm'u .rillVr'I.iath- Dnnsvllle. Mount tioiis n? ?p; m" faking close connec ntjrJ''t and southwest. iMini.i ""u ""' Hiauons, i.uu p. rn. FinrLlon afmniodatlon. 5.10 p. m. 2 vi ,? s '"r,1-!11011 nn(l Blchfleld Sprtnss, i.o. 11. ni, nnd 1.5j p. m. For v-'n2;?3' 92 " m- nn(J 1-K P. m. mrrn "'""Pbcrland, Plttston, Wilkes vine mM&T"Jh' 1l0ms'urg and Dan Vimt.'rtnaJCilni: cl?? connections nt North nMMm2?a (,.r llliamsport. Harrlsburg, Sjnr7l?n'lWnBh,.nB,0n nnd th S0Uth- tloni rm,,i,Sn-and and Intermediate "ta uons, C.00, I0.0i, 11. in., nnd 1.53 and 6.40 p. iMann,liC0,nnnd Intermediate stations, inldft , H'1?! tt- " Plymouth and lnter i"fiH! "tatlons, 3.33 and 8.50 p. m. For L-lngston, 12.65 p. m. ,,11 Jnln" I)arl?r nnd sleeping coaches on all express trains. For detailed Information, pocket tlmf- ISii. n0tc- nppl' t0 M- L- Smith, Dis trict Passenger Agent, depot tickot of- Dclnwars and Hudson. Trains will leavo Scranton ns follows: I'or Cnrbondnle 0.20, 7.63. 8.53, 10.13 . miV 2, oni lK, 2-20' 3-52' B-K. "J, 7.57. 9.15, 11.00 11. m.j U8 a. m. For Albany. Snratogn, Montreal, Bos ton New England points, etc. 0.20 a. m., -.20 p. m. r,J. "SPfS"10-6-20. SS3 10- a. : noon; 2.20. 5.23 p. m. .Kor WllkcB-Bnrre C.43, 7.4S. 8.43. 9.3S. 7V3 wA,mi ,P3' li23 2-18- a-33- 4-27- 6-10 7.1!. 10.41, 11.30 p. m. T1'i..rtNf.w..Tork Philadelphia, etc., via Lehigh Valley Rnllroad-C4.-, n. m.. 12.03, 1.2S, 4.27 p. m.: with Black Diamond Ex press, 11.30 p. m. For Pennsylvania Railroad points. C43. 9.38 a. m. ; 2.18, 4.27 p. m. For western points, via Lehigh Valley Railroad 7.48 a. in.: 12.03, 3.33, with Black Diamond Express, 10.41, 11.30 p. m. Train will arrlvo In Scranton as fol lows; From Cnrbondnle and tho North C.40, 1.4.1, S.28, D.31, 10.3S. 11.58 a. m.; 1.23, 2.15. 3.25. 4.23. 5.43. 7.13, 10.38, 11.27 p. m. From Wllkes-Harre and the South fi.15, 7.18, 8.48, 10.0S. 11.55 a. m.; 1.18. 2.14. 3.48, 6.20, 0.21, 7.53, 0.03. 10.03 p. m.; 1.13 a. m. SUNDAY TRAINS For Carbondalo 9.07, 11.33 p. m.l 1.53, 3 52. 5.5.1, 3.53 p. m. For Wllkes-Barrc-9.48, 11.43 a. m.; 1.3S, 3.2S, 5.4.1. 7.18 p. m. Lowest rates to all points In United States and Canada. J. W. BURDICK. G. P. A.. Albany. N. Y. II. W. CROSS, D. P. A., Scranton, Pa. Central Rnilroml of New Jersey (Lehigh and Susquehanna Division.) Stations In New York Foot of Liberty street. N. R., and South Ferry, Whitehall street. Anthracite coal used exclusively, Insur ing cleanliness nnd comfort. TIME TABLE IN EFFECT NOV. 20, 1833. Trnlns leavo Scrnnton for Plttston, Wllkos-Barre, etc., at 8.30, 10.10 a. m., 1.20, 2.55, 3.20. 7.10 p. m. Sundays 0.00 a. m., 1.00, 2.15, 7.10 p. m For Lakewood and Atlantic City, S.30 n. in. For New York. Newark nnd Elizabeth, 8.30 (express) a. m., 1.20 (express), 3.20 (ex press) p. m. Sundays, 2.15 p. m. Train leaving 1.20 p. m., arrives at Philadelphia, Rending Terminal, 7.03 p. ni., and New York, 7.03 p. in. For Mauch Chunk. Allentown, Bethle hem, Easton and Philadelphia, 8.30 a. ;n., 1.20. 3.20 p. m. Sundays, 2.15 p. m. For Baltimore and Washington, and points south nnd west via Bethlehem, 8.50 a. 111.. 1.20 P. m. Sundays. 2.15 p. m. For Long Branch, Ocean Grove, etc., at 8.30 a. m 1.20 p. m. For Reading, Lebanon and Harrlsburg, via Allentown, 8.30 a. m., 1.20 p. m. Sun day, 2.15 p. m. For Pottsville. 8.30 a. m 1.20 p. m. Returning, leave New York, foot of Lib erty street, North River, at 4,00, 9.10 (ex press ) a. m., 1.30 (express) p. m. Sundays, "Leave New York, South Ferry, foot Whitehall street, at 9.05 u. m 1.23 p. m. Passengers arriving or departing from this tcrmtnnl can connect under oovor with ull the clovnted rullroads, Broadway cable cas. and ferries to Brooklyn and stateii Islands, making quick transfer to nnd from Grand Central depot and Long 1i!eavnrnphliadclphla. Reading Terminal. 1 ! n m.. 3.00 P. rn. Sundays. 6.15 p. in. "Through tickets to all points East South and West at lowest rate at tho S,j!nn'OLHAUSEN. Gen. Supt. II. P. BALDWIN, Clcn. Pass. Agt. lirie and Wyoming Valley. Time Table in Effect Sept. 19th. 1898. Trains leave Scrnnton for New Yoik, Kowburg und intermediate points on FHe railroad, nlso for Huwley and local points, ut 7.03 u. m. nnd 2.23 p. m. Trains arrive at Scrnnton from above points at 10 "3 a. m., and 3.15 and 9.08 p. m. SCKACTOS DIVISION, lit Rlfrrl October llUtli, 1803. North Hound. Notith Bound. 20s rzofj erTjA'oa i I A 8ta,,0M Ssb 2 lie I g aa am p uiArrlvo Leavo 1 u 7 sj n.y. Krankim fl:. .... ro .... 7 10 West 4Vnd street .... 7ftS . .. 7 CO Weeliawkon .... 810 .... am p MlArrlro Leave r 11 r m 10 48 1 15 laaoSH ri tHO 1040.... 109 Hancock .... inuis 1031... 1f6 Starllxbt .... s S3 4 4.1 1021.... 1216 1'reston Park .... tn sa 10 15.... 18 40 Vlnwo04 .... 8 4ll tin loo( .... 122'. royntello .... 2 sot 14 9 50.... 1211 OrSOIl .... 368 t vs 940.... 130,1 rieiMint Mt. ... 3M B 9:0.,.. 11 59 t'nlondale ... 301) 531 tf.M.... inn Korr City .... 8 i til 910... 1134 carbindale .... ' t(4 vm fiiao Whito liridge ... fats, tto 901.... 11121 Jlayneld ,.,.., U4; AM 858,.. ,113. Jcrmyn .... 343 603 863 .... Ill 181 Archibald .... s&l tot 850.... 11 15 Wlnton .... 8 54 611 846 Illl! I'eckvllls .I" 3M nil 843 1107 Olvphailt .... 401621 840.... ,1105 1'rlceturtr .... 401681 83S 1101 Throop .... 410 6V7 8.... 11011 I'rovldenc . 414 6 Si 8.1'J. .. (1067 Park Dace .... tin 634 8E0.... rl05.v scranton .... 480 6S a mI a u Leave , Arrive r 'r w f. flundnvonlr t slgaliies that trains stop on tlgnal for pav eeiigers. '1 rains 20.1 and 806 Sunday only. Other" trains dally except tmnday. ecure rates via Ontario & Western bttor purchasing tickets and aave money. . uioui'h Waeier outlet aV-per and free re clining chair car Now tc-rk to Cnlciro or.bo chance, l'ttsoeiorrr lsum jajflcccd to C'vo Genu I rr.llllc. ..... J.O.Andcrcon, OeB.FM, At, T. Flltcroft, Dlv. I'tau, Lgt,betkMtoa, Fa,