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THE SCRANTON TJftlBUNJfl- MONDAY, APRIL 2J, 1899.
FIRST BALL GAME OF THE SEASON SCRANTON HAD AN EASY VIC TORY OVER SEMINARY. About Three Hundred Fans Went Out to Athletic Turk to See What Brand of Ball the Scranton Team Is Capable of Putting Up Batter ies Showed Good Fdrm and the Outfleldeis Are Very Fast Mem beis of the Seminary Team Who Distinguished Themselves. About P.00 enthusiastic spectntois witnessed the first giunc- of banc ball nf thu season lit Athletic t'ark, Satur day afternoon, between WjnmlnR seml naiy nnd the Soianton team The borne le.nn did fine work, consldoiing that It was their llrst unnic of the flea son. U'foiim II made the only crior fot the home team The men ueie not worked bard, but their pluy was steady and smooth Hudson ai first In the box fin the home teum, and while, by or deis of Manager Swift, he did not over peit blm-elf, be sttnek nut eight men. In the fouith Inning be was replaced by Allen who pioved to bo speedy and bids fair to become on? of Manager Sniffs best tivlrlers. In the seventh Inning HWlpy went In tlip box and twirled until the end. HI? work gnie Rood satisfaction, his curves being loiy sharp nnd speedy. The home team was not as strong nt the bat as eould hap been wished for. Theie weie only two runs earned, the rest were Rotten on wild throws, base hits and eirois in Lippoit we have I ho giontest bae-i tinner of the town He was orv "foxy." and kept the op posing team guessing while running bases niton's work nt the stick was not wh'it It has iieen, or ought to have been. JleMahon'H batting was the heaviest Out of the sixteen runs he scored four. Each of the other men scored two, with the exceptions nf Knoll and Allen each one, and Thackara, Hodson and RisIo nothing McMnhon's work at short was enorless. During the first Inning a foul tip from Shaffer''? bat split O'Neill's left hand, between the two center tinners it was a painful, Injury, and he was compelled to tetlre from the game. Thackara taking his plae e. (Iood orTrirxnnns. Our imtlleldeis aie "crackerjacks." They can ioer an Immense lot of ter iltory, and nie sure men A Tilbune man was told that In Hasan, Llpport and Knoll, Scranton had the fastest outfleldeis she has oier possessed. Knoll's l o long i mining catches i. night the ees of the spectators, who loudly cheeied him The Semlnan men this season are not as stiong as in seasons past. The work of Ondiill, Williams and Buggies kept Sci .niton's score down mateilally These three men aie eiy stiong, and the stiength they add to the Seminal team Is of untold alue Williams (aught for Wesiejnn ( ollegc foi foui eais, and plujod left halfback on the college foot ball team foi font cats. "!endall h,ib nla.ied ball eet sIiup be iniilil walk. He has placed Willi the Spiulimrv team foi tin last live ears. In '97 he was giniluated from that In stitution and went te Hyiaouse univer sity, wheie he nla.ied Ills old position at shoit Hi alMi plaed quai turback on the uiiiuisiti foot ball team Set anion a few oais ,ro tried to se rine C.'iulull foi shoit. but other duties pi evented him finm ni ceptlng He will leave the '-einliiaij In two weeks, In bat time baling completed his com ineiclal eoui-t Itu'jgles has no past of special Intel est He plajs ball Mmplv because lie can't help It The Scnilnnii team as a whole Is showing up well, having been In the Held but ten days If they weie placed with othet teams of the same stand lug, theyjtn. doubt would make a good showing, They 's,how signs of poor Judgment. 1n giound woik. and base, thiowlng Tills is cspeclalh ohniiu-ti-ilstlo with Shoffer and Heap. Shof fei's exhibition at giiTS'id woik wose- client, but he was slow in getting the balls to bases Iteup, while be catches a ball well, is unceitain when u hot gioundpr Is in the question. He did not put enough life Into his work. These two mm) weie mote 01 less le Mnlisibe foi Simmon's big scoie. H-. ooclallj tine is this of Shoffei. A little coaching in the way of 'wake-up" might go a gieat ways Heap has the mateiial loi a ood ball player, and If he would put moie ginger In his work be would be as good as nny of them, KHLLEYS TWIRLING. Kellej's woik in the box was better ban PNpictcd He has liad no prae ice, and Sntuidni's game was the Hist jnnio be lu twirled this season. At he vtait the home plaeis were guess aig Just how to get at hlni, but at last thv tound him In the fitth Inning. Kurgloskl, the centei tlelder, followed Kelley in the box, but uns soon com pelled to letire in faor of H Gendall. the light fielder, Kuigloski going to light field and Substitute Daienpoit going to center: his tlist woik wns Mtchlng Thackara's long ily Hillings uas cnrelesi. nt short. Hf muffed a Mil on second, allowing Llppert to and safelv and he also used poor Judgment with bin ground work Bill Ings' position Is left field, and not at shoi t. Gendall -covered the diamond well, and his good work was an Inter esting feature of the afternoon FINANCIAL. LaBAR & FULLER BROKERS. Oldest UitahllsheJ Home in the City. Dealer In STOCKS, COTTON, C1RAIN and PROVISIONS, ou murjEln or for delivery. JFriCU: Rooms mv and jio Hoard ol Trade Hulldlni, tcranton, 1'a. L. O LA DAB I. V FULLKIt Mew Store, New Furniture, New Carpets, New Low Prices DDflTUCDnC P. Ofl Manufacturers of Furniture, rnU I ntnUt & UUi9 Next to Coirad, Tin Hatter 303 Lackawanna Avenue. The errors, wild throws, etc., which caused this loss to the Seminary would take up n column. The score: BCBANTON. It. II. O. A. i;. Knoll, cf 112 0 0 I.tppcrt, rf 2 2 2 0 0 Dillon, ll ,.h. 2 2 4 10 Engan, If 2 1 ,1 t) 0 Wheeler, ?.b 2 13 0 0 O'Connell, 21i 2 2 111 McMohon, S3 4 4 2 .1 0 Tlinrkaru, o 0 1 10 1 0 Hudson, p o o 0 U 0 Allen, p 110 0 0 Hlxl-ey, p 0 10 0 0 Totals 1G 10 27 G 1 SEMINARY. n. it. o. a. e. R. Gendall, 2b 0 0 4 11 Hillings, ss o u (i 1 2 Williams, o 0 12 12 Shaffer, 3b 0 0 C :i 4 lUap, lb 0 17 0 2 ntlgglPS, If 0 0 ?. 0 0 It. UptidaU, rf p 0 0 2 10 Kurloskl, of . p.. rf.... 0 0 0 0 0 Kelly, p 0 10 10 Davenport, cf 0 1 I 0 1 Totals 0 4 24 S 12 Scianton 1 0 12 3 4 5 0 x 16 Seminary 0 0 o 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 Eiirtml runs Scrantnti, 2. First base on balls Ily Hoilson, 2; by Allen, 1; by Ills tej, 1, by Kelly, 2, bv ICtirylnskl, 1, liv II Gendall, 1. Struck out By Modioli. S; by Allen, 1. Two-baso hits Allen. Stolen b ises I.lpprrt, 2; McMuhon, 3; Knoll, Thackara, 2; Dillon, J; O Connell, Bill ings. It. Gt ndall. Hit bv pitcher Ily Kel 1 1 Umpire McGultiness. Time of game 1.50 FIRST BLOOD FOR TJTICA. Defeated Scranton In Yesterday's Contest hi New York. State City. Special to the Scranton Tribune Utlcw. N. a', Aprlt 23. The Scianton and Htlca teams played lure today be fore a big ciowd. it was a spirited contest and to the great Joy of the Utica people their team won Tho score was Utlca, 6; Scianton, 2 Keenan and Allen pitched for Scian ton and Thackara was thu lecelving end of the battery. The Scianton team plajs here Monday and Tuefedaj. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Percentage Table. V. St. Louis 5 Philadelphia U Boston ! Chicago i! Baltimore t Cincinnati 4 New York 3 lirooklvn :s I.otllsHle 3 L'ltNcland 2 Pittsburg 1 Washington 1 L. P.C. 0 lltt) 2 .710 2 711 :i .tin" ..III 4 ,rw 4 .j:s 4 .1.8 Ci . i"."i i .:n r. ii n 7 .i2J Results of Saturday's Games. At Philadelphia ll.H L'. Brooklyn 100200000 J ! 2 Phnaiklphla 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 1 B !) 1 Batteries Krnnnlv and Smith, Ptazler and Douglass I'mphcs Hunt and Con mill.. At Louls)le-Flrst game H.H.H. (Mcvtland 1 1 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 C IS 1 LoulsMlle 00 1 1 2 1000-S U 2 Batterl(-s lliiRhej, Carsey and Sugdtn, I'linnlagham and Power--. Umpires O'Day and O'Connor. Second game It 11.12. Olevilind 001000100213 fi Loulsin 0 0 3 4 l! 1 1 0 l.'i 10 1 Batteries Hill. Stiwets. Sugden, Clem ents, Woods and Klttildgu, t'mpiies O'Day anil Brcr.nan At New YoiL u II 12. Hiltlmore . ...... (I 1 2 1 0 (I 0 .1 1 7 S 2 New York . . 0 22 0 1120 SI. 7 Hlttiiies MoKrmia and It.m; Dobenv and Wilson and Riad. I'mpltts Gaff ney and Andrews At Cincinnati 1; h 12. Cincinnati 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 4 10 1 Chicago 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 ," 2 Batteries Haw lc and Peltz; Callihan and Chance, duplies Bums und Smith. At Washington P..II.I2 Washington 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 I 0 I 3 2 Botnu 00010103 7 lj 1 Batteries Wehlng and SlcOuIre; Heck man and Bergen. Umpires Kmslie and HlttB At St. Louis i 11 1;, Plttsbuig 0 : 0 1 0 n- j ; ,1 St Louis ... . . .0012 115 70 Batteries I ci er and Bowerman, Jones and Crluer t'mpjlres Swartwood und Wainer. Called on account of rain Sunday's Games. t Cineb natl h.h 12. Cincinnati 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 S 7 1 Chicago 00030 00 2 16 7 0 Balterifs-Phillips Tailor and Peutss; Tailor and Chame Umpires Barns and and Smith. Exhibition Games. At Newaik u n u, Newaik 1 11 u 0 0 0 0 2 0 .1 7 ,s Toimito 0 I J C Ii ,1 0 II - 1 S 1 Batterle.s-Coogan ami Slmon, All'i way, Best and I.ukes DIAMOND PICK UPS. Wheeler plaifd good ball on tlilid Llpput is 11 w oidd at base-stiallng The llrst bull Kelly threw was a stilke. Kelly placid a hot 0110 over 0'Connirs head. IV iv Seminal v men witnessed the game eslcrdaj McMahou was the (list mm to be left on a base B. Gendall piomlses to lie as fast as his brother "Dick." Scranton plaied I'tlca yeslmlii, alo toda and tomonow II Itllggles ol the Seminary, Is a III. tie wondei In left field Keenan did not go in the bo .'Sitiiidiv. He Is still a little weak Williams was the llrst man to land safeU A liner out short slop Tho Seminal v will plav Bloomsburg on Slay 2 nn the Seminal.! 's giound). TIip llrst sphere thrown bj lloilsou was a ball I2agon cieglit the llret tl The Atlantic league sc ison will open Thursdai with Scranton at Pattison The derision nf MiUuinmss when Lip pert went to first in the fust iimlm. Is questioned lohn GallaRlier, of ihe 12ureka team of Ninth Scranton, will bo slien a tilal on the Scranton club Doheit was not peimltted to pla In Saturdays game Ho was soinewhit lame and sore from his woik of Pildui "I'ete ' Ai.driws. tho Semlnaiy's cr.ick pltcliei, was suddenly called to BIiir. liamlon, and was not able to play his po-sltlon. IN THE PLAY HOUSES. Illogrnph Entertainment. At tho Lyceum Saturday afternoon nnd evening and last night n btograph entertainment was given by the Ameri can Mutascope company of New York, under tho nusplccs of John Hoylo O'Jlellly council, Young Mrn's Insti tute. I Tho feature of tho entertainment was pictures of I'opo Leo XIII taken In the Vatican. There nero also pictures of war scenes and others of general In terest. A Now Hamlet. A new candidate for histrionic honors In the field of the legitimate proposes applying for recognition In this line of work. Mr. Henry Miller has for a number of yenrs been regarded, through his presentation of "Heartsease" and other plajs, an actor of undoubted force and power nnd deep felling. He now proposes to submit to us bis pre sentation of Snakcspearo's "Hamlet" nt the Lyceum, Wednesday evening. He pioposes to present the play with ns much care as to its stiength of ca3t and scenic productions as have signal ized his productions of the work of model n minor writers In tho past and both himself and bis manager, Chatles Krohman, deslro to leaie nothing un done to make this presentation u praiseworthy one. At the Gaiety. For three nights, beginning today, tho attraction tit the Oalety theater 11 III be llrenuan nnd Mngee's musical extravaganza, "MoFee'B Troubles," iihkh Is said to be one of the funniest mlith-makers of tho season. The mil slo Is brilliant and catchy, embracing some of the popular hits of the day. Many new specialties aie Introduced and made features of this attraction, Including Howard, the iiondeiful hand balancer and (.qulllbrlcst, the Lynn Sis ters, dainty soubrettes; Walter Halt, the celebrated Kngllsh baritone, re cently with Keith and Koster & Wal'o, New York, Urennan and Magee, kings 01 Irish wit and humor. Miss Mildred Kaufield, prima donna contralto, and many others. Pretty girls, clever comedians and tuneful music are some of the reasons of this company's pop ularity. Matinees dally. The London Clalety Girls will hold tho boards at the Gaiety theater for three days, commencing Thursday matinee, April 27, when a programme of rare excellence will be presented to tho public. There are twenty beau tiful ladies with this organization 11 ho will be seen to good advantage In the burlesque. As an extra attraction to this very talented company the man agement has engaged Kdward B. White, late sparring partner of John L. Sullivan, and Miss Holla White, champion lady bag puncher of tho world, who 11 III positively appear at every performance. There will bo matlneis dally. PRICEBUHCr. Lll Uox, a young man employed In the Juhnson Coal company's breaker, received painful Injuries while at work on Friday last, and nas taken to the Scianton hospital. All metnoers of the Citizens' band aie icquested to be present this even ing at Cents nl hall. The emploies of the Johnson Coal company's mines recoil ed their pay on Satin day for tho mouth of Match, AHCHBALD. Untie and Kmellne Meeis called on ft lends In Carbondalo during the week. Maine Swift visited In Olvplmnt. May Holand, of Caibondale, ilslted friends in town during the week. Susie O'Hoia Is ilslting fi lends In Scranton. L1PLS A PUBT with rich and poor alike the rich man In a uish to keep ahead the pom man in a rush to keep ills and dispppsla a common companion Dr. Von Stan s Pineapple Tablets keep tho stomach swict. tho nene. steady and lnsiiie lualth thcy'ie itgetablo pepsin and Nature's most potent aid to keeping well. Ti ( mts Sold by Matthews Uros. and W. T Clark ri THE MARKETS. Wall Street Review. Hi Associated Press New oik, April JJ Tho market today was almost whollj professional and tho net changes weru trlvlul, although hi the way or lmpioiemenl, 'ihe. spedaltb s monopolized attention except for uetlilty in some of the Internationals In the carlj trading and expected faiorablo bank statement was discounted, ami on Its appearaniu gem ral leallzlng followed the appeaiaiieo of a suppb of stock Horn lingo holdits gliing incouragement to thb bears to put out short Hues, and the market dosed with a raid in progress. Total sales of stock, :07') shares Con siderable f.norablc comment was aroused b the keen iniestment iiiquiri tor bonds which Included middle iluss us mil as pi lam giadii Thu market rils plaeed pionouueed stiength throughout moiing Independently of the slock niai kei 1'nitid Stales 2s registered Js reg Isteted and m w Is registered adianeiU jc .!s (oupoiis and old Is leglntded 'i and do (oupon and new Is coupon ' In the bid prlii Hy Cartlngton A: Cusark New mk, April 2.'. The markit dur ing the past wtek has been in a solid basis. High priced stocks havo be( 11 p ir. tlcularli stiong and dosing pi Ices today hale been tullv up to the alaiidurd. Nat lit, ill! during tho summer months the nn Joilty of lliesij ptofeKSlonal trade-in tske theli location and fur that reason, the maiket will not be as btiniiy dllllng sum mer munths as It has been this fall and will bo until tho Hi st of June Foil that iiiison we adilso tho pun base of Vood latlioad slocks 01 the Ixttet class ot'ln dustilals lirouklin Kapld Traimlt can be now puirhapil at about I in and be fore many weeks haie pissed will be sold at lVi Federal Sbcl stocks nn good purehasis mpidalli the prefencd. which Is well woith p ir .Metropolitan nt 2,"i0 may be consldcied a bargain, that stock 11 III sell before long at 300 Tho bank statement todai was as good ns could In expected and will help tn stiengthen the mnrlnt next week Tho country Is in a prosperous condition and from the present outlook, will coiitlnuii so, coulldenco lelgns supreme, and with confidence In th land, tho market must continue to bo stiong We utilise caution ill the selection of lout faioilto sieinl ties and when oil have made a pin diise, bo suio that iou halo sulllildit margin to amply back your Judgment Ily doing this, ion will be bound to leap large profits Tho market closed lircru lar, but strong. Quotations furnlshrd by LAItAR & ri'LLI'Il, stock, grain and cotton nrok nn, rooms 200 nnd 210 Hoard of Tradu building, Scranton, Po Open- IIlKh- Low- Clo. Ing est. set Ing Am. Cotton Oil Co . ssi W. K SSi. Am SllK. Hfg. C0...I61J H,S1(, 16ZU PiTV. Atchison a0 3i S) f't Atchison Pr t liP 2.'ij !TJ4'j rw; 1,1,1, l ill IK tl tr,t i5w, iHnt iii5 in-j, 1,1 , lit'y 2JI'a hhlj liljtj ni'I nut f.7 . 57 Am Tobacco Co, Am. Steel tc Wire Hrnoklin It T . . Canada Roiitlieru Central of N J. .. Chesapeak & Ohio Chicago & (1. W. Chicago d N W. 27a ltH i lCOiJ 1MM i'nio , it. fc w, mvi his Chic, Mil. &. St. P.12VI 12si, 123 Chic, It. I. Sc PacllOlI 117'J HUH Chic., St. P. M. & O. 93',i M'i The People's A POPULAR CLEARING HOUSE for the IJcnetit of All Who Have Houses to Rent, Rcul Estate or 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 Arc In scrtetl Free. FOR RENT WVSVrfANA POll HUNT 2"1 LACKAWANNA AVL- nue, nfter April 22; storo room; finest location In Scranton. F. 8. Pauli. POll IlUNT-404 LACKAWANNA AVL nuo after July 1. Storo with elevator; four floors: llncst location In Scranton. P. 15. Ncttlcton. STOIlAOIJ-LAIiaU DUY STOUAOi: rooms for rent at 111 Franklin avenue. Inquire In rear. Telcphono No, llb2. Horry Bcttcrlv. iiotTsn for ri:nt iNquinn of HAn- ry Spencer at Stevens' Cash Store, Dunmore FOR HUNT-HOPSnS NOS. KM and H32 North Washington avenue, below city building. Suitable, for phslclans' of fices nnd residence. Apply to Henry lio lln, Jr., 401 Council Building POll ItLNT-BTOHlJ ROOM, NO. 207 North Washington avenue, formerly occupied by J. W. Guernsey. Steam heat, elevator, rear entrance. For terms apply to Jones Bros, an Lackawanna avenue. POll RBNT HOUSE C21 MADISON avenup; steam heat: every conienl ence. Apply Owens Bros,, wl Madison uicnue. OrFICHS IN COMMONWEALTH Building: sliiglo roms and suites for term of yenrs with laults Ono suite of six connecting ofllces with three vaults or three suites of two olllces eich with vault. Modcrato price. Rcflnlshcd to suit tenants. Inquire at room tu9 on 6tb floor. FOR SALE FOR SALE-ONE HORSE FOR $10, 0110 black mare $W, one black horse $73. E. G. Coursen, 429 Lackawanna aie FOR SALE-TURKEV EGOS, MI norcas, Leghorn, I'll mouth Rocks. Swarts & Co , 212 Pcnn ai enue. FOR SALE A MARBLE SODA WATER nppaiolus, with eight sirup guages, two steel fountains, syrups, and all other accessories. Complete and of mod ern style, rndy for Immediate use ni'd will bo sold at a bargiln AddrLis No. 10 South Main stieet, Pittston DESIRABLE LOTS ON COLFAX AVE nue. For particulars address Box 313, Scranton, Ta. FOR SALE TEN R-I-P-A-N-S TOK 5 cents at druggists. One gives relief. FOR SALE OR RtzNT. FOR SALE OR RENT-SINGLE HOUSE. C03 Qulncy avenue; city steam, sellirg price, Jb.COO; rent, $10 per month Including steam heat. G. F. Reynolds. Clei e. C. C. & St. L. CO'i 00 OT 60'ji Con. Gas 2u0?h 200 200'fc 200Tn D & II. Canal 12e 1JI 124'4 12IU Fed. Steel, Pr. M'z SC'i M.'3 Sj.Vj Fed. Steel, Com 6Sfc fiS CS tS Gen Electric Co 1192 11T 119 BD Louis. & Nosh Si4 C9 CsJ4 fis-4 Manhattan 12;-, 121 12.14 123 Met. Traction . . . 2".l 2.l 2Td 231 Mo. Knn. & T, Pr. 40 4) JIH rui Missouri Pacitlc . .. WA Mf, r,n M'4 N. Y. Cent. & Hud .1W4 110 W 1 Ji N. Y., Ont. & West. 27'- 27'2 27 17 Northern Pac .. . D2U .12 r.2tt f2 Pac. Mall S S, Co.. M M :2i. '.2 People's Gas 127 U7i 120 Kb Phlla. i: Reading .. 21Vh 2IU 2t',i 2IVI P. As R. 1st Pr lb'!. M, MU O.' i Southern, Hy , Pr. .. 51 "i Bl 51 Tenn , C. & I. II. It. 6 IK. tftii Ci G Union Paohlo 46 4i, W" 4f Union Paeltlc, l'r.... 70 SO ? ,1 U. S Rubber Co. . 52 f.2 ."il .'21. US. leather Co Pr 7P', 7t 7P4 74 Wabash, Pr. 2:1 T'm 21 2.1 Western Union .. .. !i) i yj U '.'214 CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE. Open-lllgh-Low-Clos- WHEAT. Ing. est. est. ing Mill' 73'ii 7P, 72 72'4 July 7i. 74 7S 71 CORN. May 31 '1 M U July K !.' 31 31 OATS. May I'j .S'i 2i. 2fi July 21 24 21 21 PORK. May O.r, '117 i n r, July '..". D 37 930 0 10 Scianton Board of Trade Exchange Quotations All Quotations Based on Par of 100. STOCKS Bid. Asked. Scranton & Pittston Trac. Co. First National Bank Elmhurst Bouleiard Scranton Savings Bank Scranton Packing Co Third National Hank Throop Novelty Slfg Co Scranton Railway Co Dime Dep. & DIs Bank Economy Light, Heat & Pow er Company ...... Scranton Illuminating Hi at &. Power Company Scianton Forging Co Traders' National Bank Licka Lumber Co .... .. . l.acka Trust & Safe Dep. Co. Mooslc Mountain Coal Co. ... Scranton Pilnt Co 1 'lark & Sniier Co Com Clark - 81101 cr Co, Pr Carson Coal Co Scranton Axlo H'oiks Scr. Iron Fence &. Mfg Co. ... BONDS. Scranton Pass Hallway, first mortgage, duo 1920 People's Street Bailuai, flibt mortgage, due 191S People's Stieet Rallnav, Gen eral mortgage, duo 1921 Dickson Manufacturing Co . l.acka ToiMishlp School 5'r Cltv of Scranton St. Imp. f"c. Mt Vernon Coat Co .. . . H( ronton Axle Works . ,. . Scianton Traction b bonds... Caicon Coal Co 20 ioo 'vi sno SeSi'l i'ji 10) 1.V) 123 100 so l'W 115 115 113 1KI 102 102 S3 100 100 113 New York Grain and Produce Market. New Yoik, Apiil 22 Flour Dull and lonei, winter patents, J'ntje, lUnter straight, li i"aJ 7.3, do. etia $2 Wa3, win. ter low grades, $2 25a2 .'.", Mlnnisota pat ents, $Jslal2j, Mlmusctu bakeis J3.H 70. Wheal Spot eas , No 1 led We , f i. b. nlloat. No. 1 northern New iork, fc3c . f o b., afloat, opticus opened steady en belter cable news than txpectxl but sub-equclitly wtal.ened undei predictions of ki m ral rains, closul weak at Hale net decline. Mai, 77a7Sc 1 lined 77( ; Jul. 77as 7-1bc . closed 77Jee , Septem ber. 7ba77c, clci-ed 7lie , December, 7sa7bc, closed 73c Corn Spot easi ; No 2, 41a47c. f .0 b, alloal new und olil, options opined easy and sold olt ultli wheat and under Mai liquidation, latter option closing 'is, net lower and July unchanged. May. S9at0e , closed 19c ; July, .t'ia.".9c , clni-eil 3'1'ie. Oats Spot dull, No. 2, 2,1a. No J, 32c , No. .1 white, Sjc . track wlilte i;a30r , No. 2 white Hie ; tiaik mixed western, .I2i3lc , track white, 3"a39c , options dull B(cf-Stead. fuin ill, $5alo, extra $9 beef hams. $um 1", cll extra India mess $lla14M, cut meats, stead), plikled bellies 5aSc ; do. shoulders, 4e , do. hams, 7a7,c 1 aid easj , western steamed. $1 S2't lllltter Dull and weaker: western creamery ICa 18c ; do. factory, Rilttfec , Imltntlon creamery, llalli'c , stnto dairy, Hal7e ; do iieamery, 13.i1Sc Cheese1 Quiet: large whlto and colored 12al2c ; oimill ivhltee and colored, 12al3c : new cheCM-, slow, largo, lOc.s smulk Pa10c Eggs Firm, western fresh, 13ulle. ; southern, RiH'fcp Tallow 11 fpk eltv 7o7e , rountrv 4a4c., as to nualltv Petio-leum-Dull; rellned New Yntk, J9", Phil ndclphia and Baltimore, til 90. do. lu bulk, East Llbeity Cattle Market. East Liberty. Pa. April 22 -Cattle-Stead , extra, tf lOaBM, prime $1 20al i, common. $Hi0a1.oo, Hogs ctiie: ptimo nssortcd mediums, $l20al2", heavy hogs and heavy Yorkers, $1 13a4 20: light York ers, lo3a4.10: nigs, J) Mini, roughs, $2 30.1 SOi Sheep-Firm, choice wethers, $1 loi 4 30; common, $2a3 cholro lambs, $.?.iu B33: common to good, flSflasm, spring lambs, $0ab; leal calves, $laii, Buffalo Live Stock Market. East Buffalo, April 22,-Cattlo-Steady; Exchange. WANTED. WANTED-CASE OF BAD HEALTH that R-I-P-A-N-8 will not benellt. Send B cents to Rlpans Chemical Co., New York, for 10 samples and 1,000 testimonials ANITED-MALE. HARNESS MAKER WANTEDAPPLY at 310 Cedar avenue. HELP WANTED-FEMALE. WOMEN ' WANTKhMnNANb ' WO- mrn, work for us nt our homo, no raniasslng or experience required; $5 to $12 11 week, full particulars and work mailed on application. Imperial Supply Co., Philadelphia. LADIES TO EMBROIDER-GOOD PAY Ing. easy work cnt to your homo; write for sample and materials. Unlqiio Embroidery Co., 102 Fulton St.. New York. J7AaDjROOA7&u FURNISHED TRONT ROOM FOR rent in cwlel house, one or two chil dren Address, W. P. 8 , Tribune olllre. lVIMArD(OCHyG. WANTED-TO EXCHANGE A FINE upright piano, llrst-clnss make, but little used, for good horse and buggy. Address P. O. Box 217 BUSlNESSOPPORTUNITY rARTY WOULD fNVESTTwiTII SF.R ilces, from three to five thousand dol lars In established, piling business; must bear rigid Investigation. Address X Y. Z , Tribune onlcc REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE-MY RESIDENCE AT 233 Colfax averue: just ci mpleted. All modern Improvements, Herd wood finish, sanitary pmmblng, electric IlKhts. etc. Prlco reasonable. Address Frank T. Okell. 220 Broadway, New York city. NEWSPAPERS THE WILKES-BARRE RECORD CAN bo had In Scranton nt the news stnnds of Relsman Bros.. 403 Spruce und 603 Lin. den: 31. Norton 322 Lackawanna avenue; I S. Schutzcr, 211 Spruce street. CITY SCAVENGER A B BRIGGS CLEANS PRIVY VAULTS and cess pools, no odor. Improved pumps used. A. BRIGGS, Proprietor. Leave orders 1100 North Main avenue, or Elcko's drug store, corner Adams and Mulberry. Telephnno 9540. QCALPJRATMENJTj mrsTlTtTkeller. SCALP TREAT ment, 30c: shampooing. DOc : facial masage, manicuring, 23c; chiropody. 701 Qulncy. PERSONAL. QUEEN MANELLi: AND MADAM BU lcon, owing to the rush o business have concludesl to remain In town until April 24. Can be consulted on nil mnttors of life nt US Franklin avenue. Hours from 2 to C, 7 to 'J p. m. LEGAL. THE CONTRIBUTORS TO LACKA wanna Hospital and the Training School for Nurses. Scianton, Pa., will hold the annual meeting for election of directors and tho transaction of such bus. Iness as may properlv come before It on 3Iond.iv. Mai 1 ls09, between tho hours of D nnd 'i p m J GEORGE EIFELE, Secretary SITUATIONS WANTED WANTED-BY A MAN OF 20 YEARS, experience In general merchandizing, 11 position in any department. Can speak English and German nnd can furnish good refernce Address E. B. W 11Vj S Rebecca ai enue SITUATION WANTED WASHING, Ironing or any kind ol houso cleaning by tho (lav or will tako washing homo. Mrs. Lee, side door, 420 rrunklln aienue. A BLACKSMITH WANTS WORK. AP ply to E. V. It , 127 South Garlleld avenue. SITUATION WANTE1-AT ANY KIND of employment, best of reference Ad dress W. C Box &7, Clark's Green, Pa. SITUATION WANTED-GOOD HUTOH er wants work. Ono who thoroughly understands tho business lu all Its braticlus Good relerences. Address IS. Ilutchei, 57 Frothlngham st, Pittston, Pa. SITUATION WANTED - MARRIED mail 40 ic.irs old would Ike situation as coachman or driving team for groce r en furniture house P A. Bender, JOJ'J Luke stieet. SITUATION WANTED-BY A FIBST elass cook for hotel or lestaurant; city or count 1 y Addiess Mus, Trib une otllce A MAN WOULD WORK TAKING CARE of lawns, lion ci gardens Apply ut 227 Morion street Green Ridge Rest of leference Opposite tho factor.! WANTED-BY AN ENGLISHMAN A situation ns coachman; thoroughly understands tho management of horses; can clip and trim horses up. good refei eiiccs. Apply C. S, 429 Tenth stieet, Hyde Park. PEOPLE LOOKING FOR HELP TO houso clean and send out their wash ing can Und them at 227 Marlon stieet, opposite the factoiy, Green Ridge BOOKKEEPER. 30, MARRIED Dl sires change Addiess Bookkeepc , Tribune olllce. SITUATION WANTED BY A LADY AS housekei per can ylie refcre m e if requited Address L, Tribune olllce. WANTED A POSITION AS ASSlSl" am bookkeepei or clerical woik by ono haling e xpeileia e, best lefeiencPs, Address S F. 31. Elmhuist. Pa. WANTED-A BRIGHT AND INTELLI gent boy desires u situation lu an of fice Addiess Harold Macluttc, Elm. huist, I'a. a gentiTeman, w ell educated! speaking and writing the German and French languages, geod yteiiuginpii er and accountant, wants a position as private secrctaiy, manager er buokkee p er. Address A L Trlbuno oillee A 3IAR1UED MAN 1VANTS WORK AS Kamsler or am kind of work, can speak lipiman and Engllsli, can glie good inferences Address 2J1 Reoi stieet, Scranton, Pa icals, $3 75, common, $l2"nil75 Hogs Acllvo and llrm; best grades, $4.,0a4'i3. others $1 2"1a4 23, pigs, $1 it 1." roughs te.m a!75 Sheep and Lambs Stronger best wool lambs, $tJ0a6S5: do. clipped, $5.75uh; culls $4 25a5i,3, clipped sheep $1 50a5. wools, $3 50a3 SO Chicago Live Stock Market. Chlcugo, April 22 -Not enough cattle were receliexl to make a maiket and prices tilled nominal lloirs showed a de cline of about 5c , fane v lots '4 l'i an 1 other eonslgnminls $1 GTa I 10. ihe greater part bringing $19".a4 03 Sheep Nominal Receipts Cattle, 200 head, hogs, ",() head, slice p. 1,50) head. New York Live Stock Market. Nt w York, April 22. Beeves Fueling steady. Calves Stead) , good leals, $. Sheep and Innbs No sheep here; lambs, 25c, higher: dipped lumbs, $6. Hogs Higher at $4,25a4 DO. PROFESSIONA L. AROHITCOT3 EDWARD II. DAVIS. ARCHITECT, Connell building, Scranton. K. L WALTER, ARCHITECT. OFFICE rear of coo Washington avenue. LEWIS HANCOCK, JR , ARCHtTECT 435 Spruce St., cor. Wash, av Scranton. FREDERICK L BROWN. ARCHITECT, Prlco building, 120 Washington ill enue, Scranton. T I LACFY ft SON, ARCHITECTS, Traders' National Bank. DCNTI3T3 DR. to LYMAN, SCRANTON PR1 yato Hospital, cor. Wyoming und Mul berry. DR H. F. REYNOLDS. OPP. I. O. DR. C. C. LAU11ACH. 115 Wyoming nve. "VV,nH,OM13.c PN'OVEIt. Coil F.xchunge, 2nd Moor. Room D. Hours, 9 to 1, 2 to 5. HAT MANUFACTURER. TOLLES, 409 SPRUCE BTREET.MAKES your lint to order and they nt. HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS THE ELK CAFE, 123 AND 127 FRANK lln avenue. Rntes teasonable. P. 55EIGLER. Proprietor. SCRANTON BOUSE NEAR D., L. et W. paser.gei depot. ConduetPd on the Eu ropean plan. VICTOR KOCH, Prop LAWYERS FRANK E. BOYLE. ATTORNEY AND Count ellor-nt-Law Uuir building, rooms 13 and II, Washington avenue. WILLARD, WARREN ft KNAPP, AT torneys nnd Counsellors-at-Law. Re publican building, Washington avenue, hcranton, Pa JESSUP & JESSUP. ATTORNEYS AND Counsellors - at - Law. Commonwealth building. Rooms 1, 20 and 21. JA3IES W. OAKFORD ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Rorms 311, T13 nnd Sl, Board of Trado building D I' REPI.OGLE. ATTORNEY-LOANS neRotlnted on real estate secuiltv. Mears' building corner Washington avenue and Spiuco stieet. JAMES J. H HAMILTON, ATTORNEY-nt-Law. 301 Commonwealtli building, Scranton. EDWARD W THAYER ATTORNEY. Rooms 903-901, 9th floor 3Iears building. L. A. WATRES ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. 502 Board of Trails buliaing, Scranton, Pa. C. R. PITCHER. ATTORNriV-AT-LAW, Commonwealth liiiiMIng Scranton, Pa PATERSON H WILCOX, TR AD Elti National Bank building. C. COMEGYS, building. 9-13 nEPUBLIOAN A W. 31ears' BERTITOLF, building. ATTORNEY. PHYSICIANS AND SUffQEOWS 3IARY A. SHEPHERD3I. D.7 HOME opathlst. No 22S Adams avenue. DR W. E ALLEN, S12 NORTH WASH lngton aienue. DR. j. 31. GATES ROOJIS 207 AND 208 Board of Trado Building, Olllco linius, 8 to 9 a. 111.. 2 to J and 7 to 8 p. m Resl. denco, 309 31adlson aienue DR C. L. FREAS. SPECIALIST IN Rupture. Truss Fitting and Fat Reduc tion. Olllco telcphono 13t,3. Hours, 10 to 12, 2 to 4, 7 to . DR. S. W. L'AMOREAUX. OFFICE Pll Washington nienue. Residence. 131S Mulberry. Chronic dlseises, liinjis, heart, kldnevs und genlto-urlnari 01 gan a specialty. Hours. 1 to I p. m W. O. ROOK, VETERINARY SUR- kcoo, iiorses, ( nttio and Dogs treated Hospital. 121 Linden stieet, Scranton. 13lll,,1A ( O Telephone 2072 SCHOOLS SCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA, Scranton, Pa ('finises prepuiatory to college law, medlclno or business. Opens Sept U Send for catalogue Rev. Thom as 31. Cann, LL D, Waltfi II Buell, A. M. SEEDS G R. CLARK Ac CO SEED3IEN AND 1 iirsciime n. storo 140 WnhliiKton aie r " green hoiwe UM North 3Ialn aie-nue-, stoie telephone, 7s2. WIRE SCREENS JOS. KUETTEL, REAR 511 LACK -wanna avenue Se r. nton, 1'a , nanuf.ic ti.rer of Wire Screens. MISCELLANEOUS BAUERS ORCHESTRA-31USH' FOR balls, picnics, panics, receptions, wed. dings and conceit woik furnished For terms, address It J. Bauer, comluciur, 117 Wjomlng avenue, our Hulberts' music store MEGARGEE F.ROTHBUS. "PRINTERS' supplies, eniehqirs. paper bags, twine AVarchouses l'W Washington aienue, Scranton, Pa. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. Lehigh Valley Railroad. Ill effect Feb 5, 1S99. TRAINS LEAVE SCRANTON. For Philadelphia and New York ila D & II. R R. at t 43 .1 in and 12.03. 2.1S, 4 27 Hlack Diamond Express, und 11 ty p m Sundays, D. A. II I 3S, 7 IS p in For Whlto Hui n. Hazleton und prin cipal points 111 the eoal legions ll.i D it 11 R. R. lib. 2 1S and 4 27 p m Tor 1'ottsillle C43. 2 1S p. 111 For Bethlehem, Enstun. Reading, Ilni rbbutg ind pilnclpal Interim dlnu m. tlons ia D. & H It R, b 11 a m , 120i 2 18, 4 27 Black Diamond Express, u so Sundajs, D A: II . 1 58, 7 48 p in. For Tiinkhannock, Tow inula Elmlia, Ithaca, Gene la and prlnclpil inleunrdi ate stations, ila 1) . 1. At . R It ,)$ a. m . 12 55 and 3 33 p in Tor Geneva Roche t r, Buffalo N'lj lira Falls, Chicago and .til points vpst ili D & II. R. R-. 12 03. 13! Hl.iek Diamond Express, 7 4S nnd B.Sti p in bundajs. D A. II , 11 4J a 111 7 48 p in Pullmun parlor and sleeping or Lehigh Valley pallor ears on all trains betwen Wllkes-Il.nro and Nw' x ork Plilladel plila, Buffalo and Suspension llrldce ROLLIN H WILlll It, Gen Supt South Itethleliem Pa CHAS. S. LEE Gen Pass Agt . 2 Cort- land streel New Yoik A W NONEMACIII P. PUMon Pass enger Agent, Soiitn Hithbhem P.t For tickets and Ptillmiiit reservations apply 209 Lacknwiitini au , Scranton Pa 0iii)ivJA4AlJ0)il- s 1 Don t lose the rental of ". your real estate for any perioil, but advertise in the "l;or Kent" columns of Sri 3 The Tribune f. where your announcements w us rjj will be lead by the class of jH ;-2 people who make good Ci; 2 tenants. & One cent a woid, or five ;; vS: cents a woid for six in- s 'g sertions. Cash InAiHaiicc. Landlord RAILROAD TIME TABLES, Schtdeilel 1 P.IL'Ct Mario, 1S9I. 7.30 n. m., week days, for Sunburn Hnrrlsburg, Philadelphia, BaltU more, Washington, nnd for Pitts burp nnd the West. 10.15 n. m., week days, for Ilazlos ton, Pottsvlllo, Reading, Norrls town, nnd Philadelphia; and foi Sunbury, Harrlsburg', PhlladeU phla, Baltimore, Washington and Pittsburg nnd the West. 3.12 p. m., dally, for Sunbury, Har risburg. Philadelphia, Balti more, Washington, and Pitts burg and the West. 0.00 p. m., week days, for Sttnburye, Harrlsburg, Philadelphia and Pittsburg. . J. B. HUTCHINSON, (lencral Manager. Del.. I.ucku. unit Western. Effect Monday, Nov. 11, 183S. 1 raltlS leavo Semntnn no fr1lnn,u. T', 1.40 3 00. C 10, 8 00 and 10.05 a. in.; 12.03 anej O ii , In. i:prcss for Easton, Trenton, Phliadels R, ,,nPmI "V N(,u'h, 6 10, S.O) und 10.03 a. ,7. , ,' """ ' P m, Joliinannn nrh,mn,t.nnn fin. M. JPrS;" for niiiKlinmton Oswego. El inlra. Corning, R.nh uansvllie. MouJ -...oris aim iiumilo, 12 10. 2.3",, 9 00 a, til j.iw ntul RC0 p m., making close connel ....nn iei jiiiiituo to all points In tho we-1 nortnweqt nr,1 B.i, ,..... 1 Washington accommodation, 3.40 p, ml JjlnCtintTltrm nn,l ,nt, u.nelnnM 1 V. n n fiiciioison accommodation, 5.10 p. m. Ltpress for Ftlca nnd Rlchfleld Spring. 2.Ti a. m and 1.53 p, m. iwiaca 2,-s, n IV m, nni1 -K Pi m, I or Northumberland, Pittston, Wllkes ,m e' ' lvmoutli, Bloomsburg and Dan ii";', making coso connections at North "n'tprnnd for Winiamsport, Harrlsburg, unitlmnre Washington and tho south. "oithunihcrland and Intermediate sta latins, 6 00, 10 03 a. ni nnd 1.53 and 0.40 p. Nantlcoko and Intermedlato station1, 3 OR and 11 10 a. m Plvmouth nnd Inter, mediate stations, 3 33 and S.CO p. m. Fo Llngston, 12 re p. m. I tillmm pallor and sleeping coaches oa allcxpress trains For deluded Information, pocket time tables etr , npplv to M L. Smith, DIs. tilot Passcngei Agent, depot ticket of llee. Delaware and Hudson. On Sunday, Feb. 5th, trains will leaia peranum its follows: For Carbondalo 6 20, 7 5.1, 5. 53, 1013 a. rn.i 12 noon, 121, 2.20. 3.52, 5 23, C.23, 7.57, 9.15, n.oo p m.; 1 16 a. m. For Albany, Saratoga, Montreal, Bos ton, j,eu England points, etc. 0.20 a. m , 2 20 p. in. For Honesdale-C20, 1013 n. in. 2.20, 6 2 p. in. For Wllkes-Bairc-r,.13. 7.13. S.13, 9.3S, 10 43 a. m , 12 03, 1.23, 2.1S, 3.33, 4 27, 6.10, ". lo ii. ii :o ji m For New York. Philadelphia, etc., vll Lehigh Valley Rallroad-6 45 a. m 12 01, 1.2S, 4.27 p m., with Bluck Diamond Ex press, ll 30 p m. For Pennsilvanla Railroad points, 6.43, 9 13 a m , 2 18, i 27 p m. lor western points, via Lehigh Valley Ralhoael-7 IS a m , 12 03, 3 31, with BlacU Diamond Express. 10 41, 11.30 p. in. Trains will arrlio In Scranton as fol lows. - Kroi" Cnrl'0"dalo nnd tho North C 40, SITN'DAV TIlAITJ.q For Carbondalo 9 07. 11.33 p. m ; 1 Z u.u. o jj. -I t j p m. For WIIkes-Barre-9 IS, 1141 a. in ; 1.51, 3 2i 5 41, 7.4S p. m. Lowest rates to all points in United States and Canada J. W. HUP DICK, O. P. A.. Albany. N. 1 H. W. CROSS, D. P. A , Scranton, 1'a. Central Railrotd of New Jcrse (Lehigh nnd Susquehanna Dlilslon) Stations In New York Toot of Llbeity stieet. N. R. and South Ferry, Whitehall stieet Authiaclte coal used exclusliely, insurs Ing e leanllness nnd eomfoit 'll.ME TARLE IN ErFECT NOV 20. 1S1. Trains lcaio Beranton foi Pittston, Wllkes-ltnne etc, nt 8 30. 1010a. m, l.Ji), 2 3" 3 20, 7 P p m Sundais. 9.00 .urn, 1 on, 2 15 7 10 p m For Lakewood and Atlantic Cltv, $.10 a m For New Yoik Newark and Elizabeth, S (expiess) a in 1 20 (eipiess), 3 20 (ex piessi p m Sunduis, 2 11 p m. Train lealng 1 20 p. m art Ives at Philadelphia, Reading Teunlnal, 7"! P m. and New link, 7.03 p m For Maiieh Chunk. Allentown, Bethle hem, Easton and Phil.ieb'lphli. 8 30 a. m, 120 .120 p m Sunritis, 2 15 p. in For Baltimore! and Washington, and points bouth and west ila Bethlehem, 8 ''0 a in 1 JO p m Sundais 2 15 p m. For Long Hini.eh, Ocean Oroie etc. at 8 M) a. m.. 1 20 P m For Re.idng, Lebmoii and Hurrlsbur,-. ila AlVntown, 8 '0 a. in, 12) p. in. Sun dm. 211 p in For I'otisi nie. sro a in., 1 20 p. m. Humming leuio Now York foot of Lib ertv street. North River, at 4 00, 9.10 (ex piess) a. m 120 (express) p m. Sundavs, i.eiiio New Yoik, South Feriv, foot Whitehall street, at 9 0", a m. 125 p in. Passengers arriiing or departing from this terminal can connect under cover wllli all the eleiated ralloads, Rroadwav cable e.ns and ferries to Btookln and Stolen Islands, making quick transfer to and from (Band Central depot and Long Island railroad Leaie Phnaelelnhla, Reading Terminal, 1 21 a m . 3 00 p m. Sundays 6 15 p m Through tickets to all points East, South und West nt lowest lates nt tha si at ton. J II OLHA''SEN, den Supt. II. P BALDWIN, Oen. Pass. Agt. lirie and Wyoming Valley. Timo Table in Effect Sept, lSlh, 1SJS Trains ! im- hr.enlon lor New York. New but g and Intel medluto points on Erie iallro.nl alfi for Hawlej and local points at 7 01 a m and 2 21 p m Trains arrive at S raiiton from aboie points at 10 23 u m and a 15 and 9 Vi p. m. iniATot ni vision. In lUferl nrlolier ;iOIIi. ISPS. North Hound. Mouth Bound, IOU 201 ' I rt ft a m 0Cl) t Stations Y, uArrlVo Itriiiei 14 M 7S.1N Y Franklin fit 7 10. West 4nd street 7(i Weehawken 7 4) siel A U ir it Arrive Learel r m W M io rs 10 40 I IU If'J 11V C'AilnlM TtlTi.st) 2 ill 4 3' HutieOCk Starllglit Preston Park IV in wood royntclle ill son 1'leMant Vt, L'DtondMn Korevst city Cnrbindale MbltoHrtrtg Mayntia Jeruiyu Archibald Intoa rickviiin OBphant rrlcehiirg '1 hi nop rrniirtenco I'aik I'mco 10 31 10 21 s re 4 4 u ait 4 SJHSfi ti in 3f ori I0 (4 1 1, I 4 1 a at! hi U4hl 10 19 I00C Of 01 9 40 9!9 DO) 1 J 40 12 J"., M! is ril n wi 11 19 1131. i in! i in M .. 1 1 I 3V OH i tii i i tt 0(1 1 4$ ( M p (11,10. Iiij-,1 IS II Vt', 8 ill ill 34 SI? 11 IS' 11 15' ,11 111 U07 1101 110.1 1101, 11117 I Si I" til u S a B H) B4 1041 III 4 071 t CI 410,7 lll'il H41 8 3S 8 J! IS ft 171 6 51 8 SO. 10S6 beranton 41M 8U k uI&t ArrlTe r ttr t Sunday only ( slxnlilea that trains stop on signal for rw lenErrs '1 1 alns 2ai and sna Bunday only. Other trains dull) except Minilay. t-ecure rates via Ontario Western btfsre purchasing tickets and save ineney. tnoiieb Warier ouDft simper aua tree re clhilBirclialrrar New lork to cniaifo wtbout change. l'jriiurr ltwt7j Mx3ccf d la fl'ivo Ceula I er .lllla. J.O. Andercon, Oen.raaa Agt. T, mtcrolt, DIt, Ptsa, Lgl. boraaten. lx it., oa, j, ii, ji, -cs, ii m a m, j.ii, z.n, 3 23. 4 2.1. 7.41. 10 ?. 11 27 p. in. 1 rom Wilkes-Harro and the South-fin, 7.4S. 8 IS, 10 OS, 11 51 a. m.; 1.18. 2.14, 3.4S, 5 20, 6 21, 7.53 03. 10 0". n. m : 1.13 a. m. 1 U