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THE SCRANTON TfclBTTNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING-, JANUARY 17, 1894.
Want of all kind) cost, that, much, ex
cept Situations Wanled,tvhich art inserted
WrA.NTED- A Si RATION AS A l.AUOK
er Willing iiml able to do m mv kinds
of WOrib Addro s W. H. A.. Tribune.
'AMTED A SI I CATION AS HOOK
keener lv l.niv i mi Tsi.imi ' ivii
single and double entry. CM Rive rWtlMH
if required. Address M. A.. Tribune oMco.
llTUATION WANTED -B A rWt'MB
ounit man 10 l.'arn tne wrnaani wr
m nr Hotel own in a b i'iuv w.
Address N., Tfriboae epics, .
if required. Address
Exact Meaning of the Proposed Plan of
. iTitTn- wanted by a
viitrt old who trauersianui
i-tHi; cm mv.? ivfeteii'i
"Win.." bi I A Taylor
' ANTED - LOAN OF 11,000-for firs JtkTt
on tint Bsortjags. Vail it j propsrtv
renta for ss.si per year; insurance $12.1)00.
inquire rooms 10 and is, Library ba tiding,
Se.-antun, En. .
UYaNTEO.-A O EX TEE MAN WOULD
like furnished room witti nr without
Ikiu'iE PkMMutTe prii-a for room ul n m
with bond, Address B., Tribune i nice.
Ur ANTED - AN INVALIDS WHEEL
chair. Mus; be In perfeot order and
cheap, Will pay CUh. Add res "L," cure of
MANT1'.D-A SALESMAN, .'" TO
weekly cap be male with our goods ill
liny locality, will pt
locality, will Stove it or lorfell Jl"".
omiiiiHlnn'iis ymi preier. me re
ran of a luw bnqrs' wort often equals a
woik's wages. Address, "llANCPAUTUH
Ells." H O. Hos 6808, Bolton, ilass.
U ANTED .LOCAL 80L1C1TOB8 FOB
"Once it Week. Call at Room 40,
Burr building, Washington sve., between o
and li i in. W. II liEOOMEK. Manmtci
Help Wanted- Females.
ANTED A HOOD
druse. Aiwly to
ky. mil olive itreel
E, P. KINGS-
170B SALE-CHOICE FRESH FAMILY
l cows, pore "fired Jersey and also ball
breads, Address BIN KY 0. plLKMAN,
Hapjewood, Wayne County, Pa.
iMi: sale - vCBB
J and utensils. J. M.
17 OK SALE - BOWLINd ALI.KY FIX
1 lures, comp'eta 306 Canter street, city.
"POH SALE - ONE NEW YOST TYPE
I writer, also uionuw Ablictt cheek punch,
at a bargain. Address H. .1., cur" Tribune ol-
1,'OK SALE oR BJCCHAJsXlE FOB 8CBAN
.1 ton property A bearing nrnugo grove
ii.eivusiUK in production am' value yearly in
tiie orange section in Murida, Addles F. E.
NETTLE TON, Lake Helen. Florida
I 'o( KENT APRIL I THE lion.Ms VIV
r m oupied Ly the Telephone Exchange. 806
Lackawanna avenue. Apj'ly at the. office of
Lehigh Salt Mining Co., Third National Bank
building, L. ami E c. Fnller,
b lOHE FOB RENT STOBI BOOM AMD
Q basement, No. Ill Pain aTinna, now oo-
copied hv 0t S. Wool worth as a B cent store.
Inquireo! B. O, HILL. 131 North Washington
I ' -OR LENT A LARUE STORE BOOM AT
r 408 Spruce street. Inquire it 1U Wyom
ok RENT TWO-STORY BBICK DWEL
1 ling house; modern Improvement, nil
Forest court Apply to MAURICE COLLINB,
West Lnckawauun avenue.
rpo LET EOK A TERM OK TEAKS
J Part or all of three bum! rod feet of yard
Mbj along railroad. Apia y at Itttl Franklin
r0 REMT STORE mm OB FURNISHED mtaktt. wliera it enn
hall on Creen Ridce stri .-t. crydesir:i-
DM location and on reasotiahln terms. Apply
to 1 . E
NETTLETON or U WixjDROeF,
Money to Loan.
fONEY TO LOAN-8W1. ILOOO, fB.000,
rl alorjO, $4,0011 on real estate security, D.
REPLOOLB, Attorney, 108 Spruce street
ITS PROSPECTS VERY FAVORABLE
The Authorship of This Plan Is Attri
buted to John Lowber Welsh, and
It Is Apparently Meeting with
Favor-President Wilbur Is Re
elected Sales Agents Restrict Pro
ductionNova BcOtlan Coal Men
Are Anxiously Watching the Pro
gress of Wilson's Bill Other News.
The new plan of Heading re-onrs.ni
tation is follows: The floiitini; iadebt
ediicsHof the company, including the
receivers' o-rtificntes, amount in round"
DQmborg to tUL000,000i Tha Tinane'
I'onipany of PeunsyWauiii bus had
charge of the coal and coke accounts ol
the Heading OugJ nnd Iron company for
the iaHt fil'teen months, m I tha ad
vances have incriisad an that they now
amount to 8, 000,(100 The security in
(he pnsscssiiiii of the Finance company
is bwlieved to ba anmoianl to warrant
an isu of .f(J. 000,000 of 0 per cent, ten
year trust cei tifiC'iteH, which could he
sold to the public at par, Mid the Fi
nance company him intimatod that if
this can be done its annual charge for
services will be materially re lucej af tei
the expiration of the present contraot.
The "i per cent, col I literal trust bonds
owned by the Heading company amount
to $10,000,000. If they can be disposed of
to the reeunly holders ami stockholders
of the company at afairpiice a auf
Ooient ainonut will bo ieilizd to pav
off the float lOE debt and receivers' cer
tincates and to provide monev to deal
; with some of the car trusts winch ma
tnraaoon. It will nlso be necessary
! for the general mortgage km i holder
! to fund their coupons for live yenrtt
' a:id it is proposed to form n syndicate
io purchase ut par for cash, the out
pons us they mature, thns giving to
the bondholders money for th- interest
as it falls due, reserving to tho bonrt
j holders, however, the privilege of talc
, ing the coupon trust certificates them
i selves if so desired. With this relief
to the company during the period of
funding it will be able to take up all
: it3 maturing obligations, including
I tho equipment notes, and huvo ample
i means, it is bdieved, for cotniuctini:
its business. At the expiration of tire
I years, under the terms of tho last re
organizition, the cotnnanv will come
into possession of $10,000,000 of general
mortgage I pr cent, bonds. John
Lowber Welsu is credited with devis
ing this plan.
A dispatch from Chester, Pi., says:
"J nrnes C Fender, vice president ol
the Keystoue Plaster company, of Ches
ter, has lust returned from a business
j trip to Nova Scotia, where his com-
pany own large plaster fields. Sir
Fender suyg that everywhere evidences
may be seen of the great hopes the coal
miners and manufacturers in that sec
tion have of getting their products into
the United States markets after th
passage of the Wilson bill. At Ulass
Bay, Mr Fender saw n large steamer
liein loaded with cosl for the B)ston
be sold after the
inly is paid at the same price as the
Pennsylvania coal, apd the Co Breton
coal operators declare that witn the
promised reduction in tho dnty they
can drive the Philadelphia colliers ont
of the business."
I stockholders of
THE LACKAWANNA TRUST AND SAFE
I DEPOSIT COMPANY. OFSCRANTON,
PA., .Ian. IB, 1894.
THE AN n L" A L MEETING) OF TH E STOCK-
holden of the Company for the election of
Direi tors will be bald at their ofllce. No. 404
Lackawanna avenue, on Monday. Feb'J '.
1.-94, between the hours of .1 und 4 p.m.
HENRY BELIMJ Jr., seon tary.
ME LTIMi oe the
The Boles Steel Wheel
Company will he held at their efflee in the city
of Scranton, Pn.. on Thursilay. January $L
1 V4. at 1 i o'clock noon, for tho purpo-e of
electing directors for llio ensuing yearnnd
ti ansucliug such uthel business as may come
before them. No transfer of stock will be
made for ten days next pree eling Ihoday of
election. JflHN D. SHER .K, Secretary.
"nPHE SOLDIER IN OUR CIVIL WAR.'
J. contniuing Erank Loslio's famous old
war pictures. Two volumes folio. Every
page illustrated. Over MP pages. As an ndt.
catOT it Is unexcelled. Sold on easy monthly
pnynienta. both volumes delivered complete.
Addn -s P. 0, Moody. ; 1'raiiKlln avenue,
nent for Northeastern Pennsylvania.
VfEAL TICKETS CAN BE HAD AT 141,
corner spruce street nnd Franklin ave
line. Twenty meal tickets for fUO, Good
JCR ANTON WRINI.4EK HOSPITAL, 310
O Surueo fatreot. iround floor. Tim licst.
filid white rubber rollers, one dollar each.
Work Guaranteed by tho oldest and only ex
pert wringer repairer hi ton.
Mlu ling to the statement of John II
! Inman that if ooil wra ra ide fre-,
thus taking away the through trafB
of many railroads, it Is inevitable thai
the freight losa will be recouped by
the raising of local freight rates, the
Washington Post says:
No one, we imagine, will deny thst
free coal will cut down the through
freight business of many of onr great
trunk railroads, and no one excopt a poet
or a dreamer expects tha railroads to be
conducted at a loss, it U only rational to
assume, therefore, that if isolation should
curtail their rerenne in ono direction
they must recinlt them in another or
close out entirely. If they adopt the lat
ter expedient, untold misery will bo en
tailed upon millions of people. If the
former, every patron of the railroads will
havo to contribute to make good the de
licit. In either ovent free coal becomes a
costly luxury to the peoplu. la either
! oveut it is a blunder.
At a special meeting of the anthra
cite coal sales agents in New York
; yesterday it was decided to radically
rwtrtet production during the rest of
the month. The agents will issno or
ders to cut down the present allot
ments to about 50 per cent, thus re
ducing tha total output fo: Januiry lu
The folluwmi; complete table showing the
day s fluctuations in uctlve stocks is supplied
and revised daily by LaBar A Fuller, stook
brokers, 11 Wyoming avenue:
Am. Cot. Oil
A. T. & S. F 11
Can. So. Mf
k en. . . u no
OSfe, & N. W
O . B. 4 Q TftS
Chic, tins MM
:.. l .. C.ifcSt. L... IM
cl . Hck.Val. i T
D H 134J
D L. & W ICS
D Si C. F MH
o. E. Co a?M
Lake Shore 1-'-' -
L. 4 N 44
Miss. Pac m. ""'A
Nat. Lead l!5H
X. Y. & N. E MM
N. Y. Central I. .
H, f ., O. IW ljs
N. Y.. S. A: W
U.S. tt Co
North Pac 4
North Pac. pt UM.
Pac. Mail 10ij
Ito.-k Island tlbtj
Texas Sc Pac
f&bix'vVAAiiV MAN N I
J j iute of tho city of Scranton. County of
Lackawanna, mid State of Pennsylvania." de
Letters testamentary upon the aboTs named
estate having bem granted to the undersigned
.-ill porsone having eMims or demands aialnst
the said estate will present ihem for payment,
and those indebtedj thereto will pie , so make
immediate payment to the exocutots herein
after named, or anv of them.
ISAAC S. CASE.
To by bonne, Pa.
MARY T. MAN NESS.
HENRY A. KNAIM',
WtuABSi Wasru a.- Kvapp, Attorneys,
T,' STATE OF ELVIhVV. MANN ESS. LATE
l.j of the city of Scranton. County of Lacka
wanna and State of Pennsylvania, deceased
Letters f adm nlstrntion upon ti e above
l.iuiieil estate having beenurAnteii to the nn
dersiened, all persons hwlmr claims fir de-
mauds against the said estate will present . works at Braadock rofued to accept a re
f1",',1". ,,"."i?,V.':"4,-lr?':?.'''l,;'Uher't0 : ductlon of nbou ri.-l per cent, in w igus an 1
TV ill y I' ii icsn 17 on iii ki I t- , : . i : w
MALY T. MANN ESS, Adnilnistratri v.
The annual meeting of the stock
holdeis of the Lebign Vslley Hailroai
company was) held in Philadelphia
yesterday. 1 he m-mhers of the pre
sent inanagiment were nil re-elected.
No other ticket was placed in tho field.
Minor Industrial Glints:
The puddling department in Moorhends
mill at Sharpsburg, Which has been shut
down tov soino repairs, was started u
' nuble turn. As soon as repairs are BO
; Uhod the gnide mill will ulso resume oper-
; at ions.
The rolling mill of Chess. C'.iok i& Co., at
! Rnnkiu, which has bceu closed for two
I months, went Into operation. The pro
I pects for steady operation are not bright
i A manufacturing company ts being
; formed among Homestead business men
: for the inannfscturo of a lire trap. The
I company has selected n site in Homestead,
wliero it will build.
The employes of the Pittsburg Wiro
- Low CIos-
seb est. tee.
H4U UU K3S
IP, 11'.. 11M
I ' ' 1 4'H, tM
115M 1U 11542
ion, muu iu4j
IW? 7Hi 7jS
M L.-', i'U.j
17- itS IDS 170
srii mi ii"
H . 4119 4UH
1W4 1H14, 121
ttZ 22 B
', 2S4 io
Vr ii i.ikj
W A- L. E
W. Jt L. E. pf,
Fcranton WboUaale Markets.
HCBAHTON, Jail. 10 KntJITB AND PEO-
uuce Dried apples, per lb., 6a7c: evap
orated apples, onyc. per lb.; Tnrkisti
pruues, 4i,a."ic; English currants, Julc;
luyer raisins, tl.90a2.U0; muscatels, i.40a
1.50 per box; new Valencies, Ta7.
Leans Marrowfats, $2. 00&3.65 per bushel;
Pka.s-i irceu, fl.28al.30 per bnshel;spllt,
a.SOjaB.601 leutelt, MalOc per pound.
POZATOKS SSaTOo. per bnsheL
Omioku 7(ia,5c. per bushel,
Buttuii 2'Ja25c. per lb.
(,'HKKSg lllaltic. per lb.
Eoos Fresh. 24c; pickled, 10c.:
Meats name, lie.: large. lfn,'c;
skinned bams, 10-jc; California hams,
shoulders, 8Jjc ; dry salted bellies,
smoked breakfast bacon. 12a.;
fresh pork loins, Ida.; "Wyomiug" pork
satisuge, lie; Wyoming borne made sau
sage, it-pound pail, larded, lie.; butch
ers' sausage, Stjc, our own make: fresh
pork shoulders, 7Kc: fresh pigs' feet.
.Sc.; fresh pigs' heads. Sc.; fresh spare
ribs, Sc.; fresh leaf lard, lie; fresh
kidneys, 6c. dog.; rough 'sausage
meat, s ',(.: tongue, Ho.; plucks, .lc.eacu;
whole hogs, 7?io.
roRK-.Mess at tl7; short cut, $18.
Lahd Leaf in tiereea nt uXe.; in tubs.
HLc; in 10-pound pnils, lOWc; in 5-pound
pails, 10c; 8-pound pail. lv)ie. per
liKEK-t hoico fugar cured, smoked Deer,
Poultry Chickens, llallWo.; turkeys.
l.lalUMc; docks. 1213c
lLouii Minnesota patent, per barrel.
f4.40a4.60; Ohio and Indiana amber, at
(3.75; Urabam at (3.50; rye hour, at
Buckwheat Floor 12.00 per cwt.
ITebd Mixed, per cwL, atd.OO.
liRAiii-Hye. 05e.: corn. 49to52.; oats.
Ha45c. per bushel.
kyk straw Per ton, (lDalo.
UAY-I'er ton. 16al8,
Chicaso Oram und Provisions.
Si iiANTON, Jan. 10 The following quotn.
ons are supplied and Corrected dailv bv La.
liar At Fuller, stock brokers.l'-'l Wj'onilnir ave-uue.
WlLtAMy Wahiirkn & Knapp. AtUirneyri.
, Charter Application.
V 1 if ice is berebTTuyenTPan
1 ' aunbcatlon will be mado to tho Oovernor
ni Pennsylranla on Tbursday, Feby stn. UU,
by Clan nee D. Simpson, Thomas II. Watkjnss
James I . Crawford. Ilsrry P. Simpson and A.
I Law. under thea -t of aaseiubly. entitled.
"An act. to provld for the incorporation nnd
1 mulat on or certain corporation," approved
April tfith, 1ST I, nnd the supplements thereto,
for the charter of an intenued corporation to
be called tho Fortv Fort Coal Coinpsry, tho
eiiaracl.rand object of which is mining, pre
parimr for Market iind sidling coal produced
troui lauds or t ie oompauy held in fo or un
der lease 01 oth.-rwise, and for these purpos
to have, postese and enjoy all the rights, be .
Hits and pHvUSges of said act of assembly
fend supplements thereto.
THOMAS H. ATHERTON, Solicitor.
Would you ride on a railroad that uses
110 dtnger MspalSl That cungh is 11 signnl
of danger. The safest euro is Dr. Wood's
Norway Pine Syrup. Sold by all dealers
on a guaruntoo of satisfaction.
struck. l ive humlied men nro affected.
All 1 ho miners of the Mercer 1 'mil com
pmiy aud the Westurman company's mines
went on a strike because a reduction ol 12
ceuls tier ton tor block cosl took effect,
A similar reduction is ordered oy the Pine
drove Coal company for today, when their
miner- Will 'I'lir work
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
'A Study in Scarlet.''
Any subscriber of The Tribune may se
cure (i boat of flour unit renl coupons
worth ft md thus save 86 cents on each
barrel of flour aud M Send on each ton of
Stccka and Eonds.
New York. Jan. 1C Fpeculation at the
stock exchabge was quiet throughout, the
day. The transactions show a heavy fall
ing off aud amount to only 133,(;00. At
the opening the murket ruled stonily, but
so hi afterward Reading aim Ocnerai Elec
tric declined 1 ''. nnd the other active Is-
Hues receded ,i to in sympathy. London
soul a utile stocit ana more were aieo real
izatinns for local account. This was fol
lowed by a rise In prices extending
to Jfs1sH. Ueueral Electric, Chicago
Has, Whiskey, Sugif, sr. l'anl
Western I'mon and Heading being partlc
nlarly strong. Lackawanna, however
jumped (M. Kichinoud Terminal was
more active than for months,, tho activity
was due to sn impreesiou that the work of
re-organization will bo pushes from now
on. XSear the close tliero were rresu sales
for the long account nnd n recession of i
to 1 per cent, took place. The market
closed about steady on the re action,
I OW Bt ,
LA It D.
SI! 11T KlliS.
when nursing babies, need a
nourishment that will give
them strength and make
their milk rich.
the Cream of Cod-liver Oil,
nourishes mothers andmakes
babies fat and healthy. Gives
strength to growing children.
Physicians, the world over, en
Don't be deceived by Substitutes!'
Prepare.! by Scott t DonV N. Y. All Drujgim.
Atlantic Refining Go.
Manufacturers aud Dealers iu
Illuminating and Lubricating
Linseed Oil, Nnpthas and Gaso
lines of all grades. Asle Grease,
Pinion Grease and Colliery Com
pound; also, h large line of Par
rniliuo Was Candles.
We nlso handle the Famous CROWN
ACME OIL, the only family eufety
burning oil in the market.
WILLIAM MASON, Manager.
Office: Coal Exchange, Wyoming Ave.
V, orks at Pine Brook.
Connolly & Wallace
COATS JACKETS CAPES
ALL THIS SEASON'S STYLES.
HALF PRICE RULES
$25 GARMENTS FOR $12,50
8 GARMENTS FOR 4.00
5 GARMENTS FOR 2.50
18 GARMENTS FOR
1 12 GARMENTS. FOR
$20 GARMENTS FOR $10.00
15 GARMENTS FOR 7.50
10 GARMENTS FOR 5.00
6 GARMENTS FOR 3.00
4.50 GARMENTS FOR 2.25
This is a bona-fide reduction, and the greatest cut ever made in this class of goods.
CONNOLLY & WALLACE
209 WASHINGTON AVE.
Opp. Court House.
Coal of the best quality for domestic use.and
of all sizes, delivered In any part of the city
at lowost price.
Orders left at my ofllce.
NO. 118, WYOMINO AVENUE,
Roar room, first floor, Third National Bank,
or sent by mail or telephone to the mine, will
receive prompt attention.
special contracts will be made for the sale
and delivery of Buckwheat Coat
WM. T. SMITH.
buy THE TRIBUNE
v 9 -
That wo are headquarters for everything in
the line of WATCHES. If you bave any Idea
of purchasing any kind of a Watch, lady's or
geut's. Void or Silver, you will make a erlev
ous mistake if you do not stive us a call and
j get our prices, which you will find far below
an otnorH, especially in an too nign graues 01
Elgin, Waltham nnd Hampden movements.
If you havo any doubts and are at all posted
on prices Ri e us a call and w will have no
trouble in convincing you.Westill havoa large
stock to dispo e of, and will offer you won
derlul Inducements in Jewelry, Silverware,
Clocks and all other goods which we bave tu
C. W. Freeman
Ptnn Ave. and Spruce St.
Eureka Laundry Go.
Cor. Linden St. and Adams Ave.
Court Eocse Square.
All kinds of Laundry work guaranteed
l tho best.
Closing out the bal
ance of our
at following prices:
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
THURSDAY, JAN. 18.
Artistic Dramatlo Entertainment Assured
A four-act adaptation from Dunii9"
The Crust of Society,
Elita Proctor Otis, Zeffle Tilbury. Arthur
Lewi, and an exceptional east.
Regular prices. Male opens Tuesday.
Russian Lynx Circular ftp s, 'U inches, SLUS
ElectrloSeal Circular Capes, s4 iu g.w
Astrakhan Circular Capes, M in 11.98
Wool Meal Circular Capes, u in 11. hi)
Stone Marten Circular Capes, 21 in 40.UU
Brown Marton Circular Capes, a lu 45.00
Otter Circular Capes. M iu 00,00
Heal Sacques, 38 incl es long.
Seul Jackets, HO inches
Heal Jackets, Inches loug
Astrakhan Jackets, :JI inches Ion.-..
. 100 00 ,
. in no 1
Seal Circular Cape, 30 inches long, w.th
Butterfly Cape $85.00
Otter Circular Cape, 30 inches long.wlth
Butterfly Cape 105.00
Sable Circular Cape. 30 inches long 85 00
Astrakhan Circular Cape, 33 inches lung i 00
Electric Seal Circular Cape, 30 in. long.. SO 00
dray Crimmer Circular Cape, 30 In. long 30 00
40 dozen American Seal Muffs at....l ..' ench
Hot f children's sets at Wc. each
1 lot of Sleigh Robes, plush lined $3 each
Ladies' Plush and Cloth
Coats at Your Own
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
illlDAT, JAN. 1.
Glee, Banjo and
FORTY JOLLY COLLEGE BOYS
IS THEIR GREAT SPECIAL
Regular prices. Sale opens Wednesday.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
SATl'RDA Y, JA 80.
New York Produce Market.
New York. Jan. 10. Floor Dull.
Wheat Quiet, weak: No. 2 red. store
and elevator, fltSc - f. o. b., MW&l
engrailed red. OOaCrc: afloat, flCJv'c; No. 1
i.ortliern, ,l"jc; options dull. Ka,.c..
lower: No. 2 red January. 60c: Feb
ruary, toXe.! March, 67c-; May, ClTc ;
loae, io. July rce.; December, iac
t okn Dun, weatt: Mo. a, 41c:
ungraded mixed. 414'a4'J!4c. ; elevator,
4Vmc. steamor mixed, 41Jr. ; options very
dull, closiuir Meadv; Jannsry, 414;c:
February. 42Ic; March. 48M0.I Aoril.
44.' .May. 4-lH.
hats Drill, eay; options, dull, steady:
January, H'.';,.c.: Kobrnnry, H'fc.; March.
iiijc.: Alav, 84)ic; spot prices, No. 2.
33ic: No. 2 white, 84a35c.: N- 8 Chi
iiro, 3a34c: No. 3, Sic; No. 2 white,
B8M8i mixed western, 33a34c. : white
do., 35i40c. ; white state 85a4llo.
IIkei Dull, firm: family. $llal3.
cur Mkats-Quiet, firm; plcltled bellies,
!k'c; pickled shoulders, fiWc picklod hams.
n i mdlrm Nominal.
Lard Lower, quiet; western steam
ClOMJQ at IJI.CI); city, W.00; option. Jan-
unry, isS.4.',: Fchruarv. $s 'jo- Mav. 18. IB
asked: icfinml, easier; coutinent, $H.S5;
S inth Amerhia, $9.23; compound. UiwtHa.
PoiiK-Dull, firm: old tupss, 14.5ial5
Bl TTEIt Quiet, Weuk; state dairy lfia
Ms; do. creamery, 18a22c; western dairy,
I4,ITC: flo. creamery, lSa25)c; do., fac
tory, lSnlfic; plains, SSaWWci imitation
creumery, 10al8c; rolls, 12nl0o.
CflKE'i'- linn, fur detnand; hliie
la-pe, BnllJic; fancy, llallVc; do.
Hiimll, llalS9(a part skim-, 4alUc; full
skims, 14 3c.
Eooa-Quiet, lower, tice house, 12al8c;
limed, 13al4c: western fresh, 14(al0c.;
do. seconds, per cao, $2a2.SU' touthern,
Philadelphia Tallow Market.
rniLADEU'iiiA, Jan. 10. Tallow was.
in fnir demand aud steady. Prices were
i'rimo city, in hogsheads,
couutry, in hogsheads, Be.
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