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THE SCRANTON TEIBTJNE SATURDAY MOENTNO, . MAY. 23, ,1896.
LOINGS OF THE
I SOCIAL WORLD
ftst, Pitteit mi Fitare Evert ia
THE COON'S DFCORAT10N DAY RUN
It Will Retire Draartare From the
. i City Friday Afternoon aad Retnra
Saturday Night..Namber of Qaiel
illoaia WeddingsPersonal Men-
The last Scranton Bicycle club dance
of the season was Riven last night.
About thirty couples participated.
Those present from out of town were:
Misses Van Wormer, of Port Jervis:
Phillips, of Bordentown. N. J., and
Moore, of Wilkes-Barre and Mr. French,
of Plymouth. The music was by the
Lawrence orchestra. Huntington did
the catering. The dance waa arranged
by Harry Newman.
A quiet home wedding was that of
Miss Sadie C. Spencer, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. A. D. Spencer, to R. Nelson
La Par, at the home of the bride. 440
Madison avenue. Wednesday morning.
Only the Immediate relatives were
present. Mr. and Mrs. LaBar will be
at home at 419 Vine street after June 15.
The eighteenth wedding anniversary
of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Williams, of Lus
erne street, was celebrated at their
home on Monday night. Those present
were: Mr. and Mrs. VV. I'enn Morgan,
Dr. and Mrs. J. It. Hall. Mr. and Mrs.
William V. Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs.
James Protheroe, Rev and Mrs. W. a.
Watktns, Mr. and Mrs. heeler, Mr.
and Mrs. John James. Mr. and Mrs.
William Moselev. Mr. and Mrs. Moore.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Collins, Mrs. John
House, Mrs. William Jeremiah. Mrs.
William Pass. Mrs. Thomas Hughes,
Mrs. Watklns: the Misses Alvlra
Clancy, Verna. and Katie Hughes,
Susan, Lillian, Kthel and Uuth Wat
klns, Myrtle Wheeler, Martha and
Gertrude Moore. Alice Williams; Karl
Watklns. Roy Wheeler. Charles Wll
Hams and Louis Hancock.
Cards have been Issued by Mr. and
Mrs. W. M. Wilson for the marriage of
their neloe. Miss Myrtle Hughes to
Ernest W. Dolph, June 3 at 8.30 p. m.
Miss Lizzie Parry and John Hughes
were married Wednesday morning by
Rev. B. I. Evans at the home of the
bride's parents on North Hyde Park
avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Hughes will re
Bide on South Sumner avenue.
A West Side party which made the
trip over the Gravity road to Farvlew
Tuesday was composed of William
Fowler and family, Mr. and Mrs. B. G.
Morgan, Dr. and Mrs. B. O. Beddoe,
Mrs. Peekens, Rev and Mrs. 8. F. Mat
thews and son Charles, and the Misses
.Anna Morgan and Bessie Bllven of
Nichols. N. Y.
Miss Jessie Coursen gave a euchre
party yesterday afternoon for her
guest, Miss Downing, of Newark.
Mrs. John Roll gave a dinner party
at he Hotel Jermyn last night to the
following friends: Mr. and Mrs. La
Bar, Mr. and Mrs. I. V, Megargel, Mr,
nnd Mrs. Rush, Mr. and Mrs. McMul-
len. Mr. and Mtb. Woolworth, Mr. and
Mrs. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Sanderson,
. Mr. and Mrs. Simpson, Mr. and Mrs,
Powell, Mr. and Mrs. Phelps, Mr. and
Mrs. Archer, Mrs. Andrews, Mrs Hop-
The Ixlon Bicycle club will hold Its
Usual Mntnrrlnv run tnrlnv Thu nlnli
will leave here on the 3.20 Erl and
Wyoming Valley train for Elmhurst
Where the members will have supper.
Jn the evening they will ride home over
the new boulevard. The club has
nne .Decoration day programme ar
ranged. Friday afternoon the mem
,bers will leave on the Erie and Wvuni
ing Valley train for Port Jervls when'
they will eat supper and will ride In
the evening to Milford. Saturday
morning s run will be from Milford to
Delaware Water Gap and from there
to Bushklll. where a. stun will l mu.lu
for dinner. The club will roach home
on Saturday's midnight Lackawanna
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. filinfw vnrt
to qccupy their new cottage at Dalt(
the. comins wpek. it win i ihun
home during the summer months.
Miss Kate Davis, of No. 28 school, en
tertained her pupils nt tea at her home
In Green Ridge Monday.
The Dunmore Lawn Tennis club was
entertained by D. E. Barton, of Dudley
street, Monday evening.
T committee on banquet for the
High School Alumni association met
Thursday evening at the Young Men's
Christian association parlors. Miss
Leah Heath, who was present, proposed
V'8.". tnat th annual alumni banquet
should be dispensed with and that the
money that would be spent in that way
, be added to a fund for the advancement
vof things educational at the high school.
c.The committee did not act upon the
proposition and it will be brought before
the next meeting of the alumni. It was
decided to hold this year's banquet on
June 23 at, probably, the Scranton Bi-
CVl'lP nliih rnnma rm,. u . .
- ...... i nr7 iicai meeting oi
the committee will be on Monday even
ting. President David Owens will then
announce the personnel of the several
committees. In order to Increase In
terest In the alumni, cards will be sent
;fach, Kraduata of the high school,
. requesting an attendance at the annual
iaflqiet,J The h,Kn 8ch001 c'ass of -98
, will hold commencement exercises at
I the Frothlngham on the evening of
tra In the graduating class.
Miss Hannah Welsh and Bernard Mc-
HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICS HATE
' BEEN STANDARD FOB
FeTer, Congestion, Inflamatlon,
Heat, Pain and Restlessness are cured
by No. V
; If Chilled or Cold, Lame or Sore, al
ways take No. l
Dyspepsia ; Indigestion ; Weak
Stomach are cured by No. 10. It gives
that feeling of buoyancy unknown to
Bbeimatlsm isputtoflight by the
use of No. 15; Soreness, Stiffness and
. Lumbago are known no more. .
; A Good Complexion rivals a beau
tiful face or figure. No 14 gives a peachy
smoothness; cures all skin diseases.
"77" fob COLDS.
'"77" Breaks up a Hard Cold.
Manual of Diseases mailed free. - '
MeatoU Ilk, 1U William HI, Nsw Yarn. .
Dermott. two West Side young people,
were wedded Tuvaday afternoon at St.
Patrick's church. .
The wedding of Assistant City Solici
tor David J. Davis to Miss bertha Jen
kins, a charming West .Scranton young
lady, will be a social event of the near
Miss Alice O. Miller, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. T. M. Miller, of Washburn
street, and J. Frank Williams, formerly
of Tenth street, but now of Wllllams-
port, were wedded on Tuesday at tne
home of the bride's parents. Rev. J. B.
Sweet, pastor of the Simpson Methodist
Episcopal church, informed tne cere
mony. The wedding marcn was piuyeu
by Miss Sarah Decker. Bride and
groom were unattended. Miss Aimer
was dressed in a dark green broadcloth
costume, with trimmings of lace. She
carried lilies of the valley. After the
wedding a reception was given to rdouc
fifty of the immediate menus oi me
family. Mr. and Mrs. Williams will
reside at Willlamsport.
A anrnriw nnrtv was tendered Tues
day evening to Miss Hattle King at the
home or her sister, airs, jwunuii iui
hlll, on Cherry street. Dunmore. 1
John Slmoson.of South Blakely Btreet.
Dunmore, entertained a number of his
friends In a very enjoyable way on
a lawn nnrtv was given Wednesday
evening at the home of D. J. Walter, of
North Bromley avenue.
Miss Hattle Evans, of Lafayette
street, was delightfully surprised on
Thursday evening by a party or
The delegates to the grand council of
the Young Men's Institute, Pennsylva
nia Jurisdiction, which met In this city
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday,
were entertained with a banquet in the
St. Charles hotel Thursday night by the
members of the local councils or tne
order. Attorney M. A. McGlnley. of
this city, was toastmaster. and toasts
were responded to by Attorney W. H.
Gillespie, of Plttston: C. B. Adams. Al-
toona; J. J. Keogh, New York; ai. J.
Donahoe. Scranton: P. J. Kuuuy. aim
er's Mills; P. H. Gllleran. Scranton; K.
E. O'Boyle. Scranton; M. J. McAndrew,
Scranton; M. J. Kelly, Pittsburg.
Miss Margaret McDermott. of Parker
street, aws married to Michael Manley,
of Dunmore, In Holy Rosary Catholic
church. Providence, Wednesday after
noon. In honor of her eleventh birthday,
Miss Sarah Henry, of North iScranton,
entertained a number of her friends on
Miss Lizzie Danvers. of Wayne ave
nue, was tendered a highly enjoyaDie
surprise party at her home Wednesday
evening by a number of her young
Mrs. Frank Rlfenburg, of St. Joseph,
Mo., Is the guest of North Scranton
Miss Allle Crosby, of Westfleld. N. J.
Is visiting Mrs. H. M. Cole, of Capouae
Mrs. Michael Henry and daughter, or
Philadelphia, are visiting friends in Phll-
William Chappel, of North Main ave
nue, returned Wednesday from a visit to
Misses Kittle Craig and B. Houston, of
South Scranton, spent a 'part of the week
Constable J. L Moran. of the Twelfth
ward. Ashed In the vicinity of Uouldsboro
during the week.
Miss Minnie Bingham, of Williams
street, Dunmore, spent the week with
friends In Hawley.
Misses Nellie McOrath nnd Lizzie Elch
olzer, of Forest City, are the guests of
South Scranton friends.
Miss Sallie Magee, of Wllkes-Barre, was
entertained by Mrs. John Ward, of Pitts
tun avenue, during the week,
Mrs. lirower, of North Scranton, went to
Philadelphia Wednesday, where she will
spend a few days with her parents.
John Skitter, of Swetlatul street, had as
guests during the week Mrs. Milton Slut-
ter and son, Albert, or Touynanna.
Mrs. James Hanrahan. f New York city,
has returned to her home after visiting her
aunt, Mrs. John i. Coleman, or Irving
Mis. J. M. Brown, of Forest City, re
turned to her home Wednesday aft;r
spending a few days with Mrs. Horace U.
Carr, of Penn avenue.
Miss Annie Jenkins, of West Plttston,
returned to her home Wednesday after
a visit or several days witn ner Brunei
mother on Margaret avenue.
T. M. Duffy, of Fort Wayne, Ind., Is In
Dr. E. Orewer has returned from a trip
to New Mexico.
4?. D. Simpson Is enjoying a trip to Du-
liitn ana tnrougn tne laxes.
Walter M. Jermyn. of Oswego. N. Y.,
spent a portion of the week Here.
Miss Fayerweather, of Paterson, Is the
guest of Miss Augusta Archbald.
Miss Sophie Price, of Jefferson avenue.
Is visiting relatives In Philadelphia.
Mr. and Mrs. E. V. D. Sllkman. of Tren.
ton. N.- J., were in the city yesterday
C. W. Benjamin, of North Scranton.
spent the last few days at Mt. Carmel
Miss Downing, ot newarx, is visiting
Miss Jessie coursen, or Aiuiuerry street.
Miss l.tlllnn Graham, of Carlisle. Pa.
Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Rogers Israel,
Attorney n. yi. Hnnnan is very serious,
ly 111 at his residence, on Madison ave
Andrew Bryden, of West Plttston, was
a Scranton visitor during the forepart ot
Mrs. J. H. Hopkins has returned from
Philadelphia, where she spent two weeks
with friends..- .
Miss Anna Huson has returned home
after a visit with Mrs. T, R. Brooks, of
Dr. 8. P. Longstreet and Daniel Gelhert
fished In' Wayne county during the fore
part or tne weeK.
Mrs. J. A. Wisner, of Brooklyn, N. Y.
has been the guest of Mrs. H. W. Klngs
bury during the last week,
Judge and Mrs. E. N. Wlllard returned
from Erie yesterday. The Superior court
has now adjourned practically for the
Edward Tjindon Jackson, son of E.
Jackson, of the First National bank, has
passed the examination as a naval cadet
M. D. J. Levi, of Adams avenue, tr.iV'
ellng auditor for the Delaware and Hud.
son Canal company, Is In Chicago; he will
aiso visit Miiwausee, 01. faui and Duiutn,
E. B. Sturges and family are at South'
T. B. Howe and family, of Capouse ave
nue. spent Sunday in Moscow.
'Mrs. William H. Uavidow. of Brooklyn,
N. Y., Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. P,
Davidow, of Washington avenue.
R. S. Williams and daughter, of Ens
Market street, and O. R. Detrlck. of San'
derson avenue, have gone to Kansas City,
Walter Tripp and family, of San Diego,
Cal., are spending a few weeks at Mr,
Tripp s rornier home, on North Main ave
Mr. and Mri. Charles Keller and Mr.
anu Mrs. Tyler, or Wllkes-Barre, were
guests or l'. j. Hedricg, ot Qreen Ridge,
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Newman, of Ben
dertown. Pa., are snendlns- their hnnsv,
moon In this city as the guests of Ell Ben-
oer, 01 ureen ttutge.
Rev: J. B. Sweet, of the Simpson Meth
odist Episcopal church, returned homo
Monday from Pleasant Mount academy,
where he preached the baccalaureate ser
mon on Bunaay.
Harvey Long. Mr. Hlnellne. D. J. New
man and Mr. Hormun, of the Crystals,
weni 10 mew jora uunng tne week to ar
range for the Crystals' annual Jaunt
wnicn 1111 year contemplates a trip up
The following Scrantontans attended the
unci renows siaie convention nt IMttS'
burg: W, Gaylord Thomas, E. C. Dean
P. .T VaHap A A Vn.Kllw t.n..t. t.nn
sel. L. O. Schantz. J. H. kellv. vt enrv
James, Thomas J. Williams, Philip Dlppre,
John Fern, Frank T. Sturges. G. C, Rog.
ers and William E. Thomas. Thsv were if.
companled by Thomas Jay, Jermyn; Coe
riucn, uunmore; a. j, cneng, Moscow;
F. O. Hanyon, Clark's Green, and John
Rev. and Mrs. M. H, Mill have returned
from Lancaster. - t
Mr. and Mrs. Clark Evans, of Elmlra,
are visiting friends here. -
Carrol D. French, of Plymouth, visited
west eiae menus miring tne week.
Robert Bebee, of East Market street,
home from a tiin throush the van
Idtas Kate Walsh, of Atlantic Pay ,! the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Hannon. of
Urit k avenue.
Manager -. K. Jones, or the fTOtning
ham. Is in New York.
lieorge A. UKKrrwn. or ruinam sireei.
home from a visit In lanuirs. rv J.
Rev. Thomas llelL of the Plymouth Con
gregational church, waa in Lausford Tues
day. John Evans, of Mahanoy City, visited
Thomas Jenkins, of Lusern street, this
Daniel Richards, of Spring HrooK. is tne
guest of Watktn Jones, of Washburn
Miss May James, of Lafayette street, has
returned from a visit to friends at New
Miss Mary Mead, or Hoiiistervuie, is
he guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mead, of
Mrs. C. H. von Stored, of North Main
avenue, has returned from a two weeks'
lay at .Niagara r ails.
Miss May Hannah, of Waverly. N. Y..
Is making extended visit to Miss Llda
Weaver, of Green Hldge.
Mr. and Mrs. Lvman Yarnea. of New
York state, visited Mrs. M. A. Varnes.
of North Hyde Park avenue, this week.
During the week Will Shea, or Wllkes
Barre, visited his brother. James I. Shea,
floor walker at Clarke Bros.' establish
ment. Mrs. a. A. Doollttle and daughters. Lena
nd Kthel. of Newport News. Va.. are
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Q. W. Frost, of
Knslan Horton Jackson, of the battleshio
Indiana. Is enjoying a short furlough at
he home of his father. Pavlna- Teller ki. S.
Jackson, of the First National bank.
Miss Mame Duffy, of Jackson street. Is
islting Rlttston friends.
Miss Llzsle Uinader. of West Scranton. Is
visiting friends In New York.
Major George F. Whitney, of Hones
dale, was in the city yesterday.
Miss Mamie Allen, of Atlantic City. SDent
the week with Green Kiclge friends,
Mrs. L M. Gates is at Hillsdale. Mich .
attending the funeral of her mother.
K. Krnest omeerys is on a trip through
the lower part of the state and Mary
Mr. and Mrs. T. Owen Charles, of the
West Side, spent Wednesday with friends
A. L. Martin has returned to his Kvne.
at Newark. N. J after a visit to friends
on Price street.
The Misses Glbhs and Miss Margaret
Cdwards. of West Scranton. will visit at
New York city next week.
.Mr. and Mrs. u. c Williams, of I.uterne
street, celebrated their eighteenth wed
ding anniversary on Monday.
Attorney and Mrs. J. Alton Davis, ac
companied by their daughter, spent a por
tion or tne ween in fottsviue.
Mr. ami Mrs. Smith, of Elmlra were
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry Myers, of
Jackson street, during the week.
Mrs. It. C. Case and daughter, of Frank
lin avenue, were the guests of friends at
Crystal Lake for the greater part of the
Norman H. Brooks, the well-known thea
trical man, was In the cfty and renewed
his acquaintance with old-time Scranton
friends during the week.
Tallrson Philltim. a student at the Uni
versity of Pennsylvania Dental sohool,
Is pending the summer vacation at the
home of his parents, on Academy street.
Several numbers on the musical pro
gramme at the First Presbyterian
hurch tomorrow will be rendered by a
male quartette consisting of Messrs.
Dewltt, Emerich, Post and Williams.
Miss Phoebe Smith, soprano of Provi
dence, has been engaged to sing In the
double quartette choir at the church.
II II I
Professor Richard Lindsay will have
charge of the music at the Driving'
park this summer when summer even
ing concerts will be given. Mr. Lind
say's talents as a conductor are well
known and his work as leader of the
Lawrence orchestra at the Frothlng
ham during the dramatic season which
Is Just drawing to a close, would alone
be sufficient proof of his ability aside
from other musical enterprises with
which he has been Identified In this vi
cinity. Under the direction of Professor
Lindsay there is no question that the
Driving park summer evening con
certs will be successful.
II II II
Reeve Jones, the well-known pianist
and musical director, expects to organ
ize a summer class at which Instruction
will be given at reduced rates for the
summer season only.
II II II
Miss Van Dervoort. solo contralto at
Elm Park church, will open, a vocal
studio in this city next fall.
II II II
J. Alfred Pennington's studio will be
opened on Sept. 1, at corner of Madison
avenue and Linden street, opposite the
Elm Park parsonage. Mr. Pennington
is a pupil of Uullmont and Sbrlglla.
Paris; and Ehrllcht, Haupt, Relmann
and Becker, Berlin. He will give in
structions on the piano and pipe organ.
and organ pupils will receive Instruc
tions on the elegant Instrument at Elm
Park church, which has few equals in
Women "There's dar-
I'd enjoy. ride
really the you
If brains go .
my didn't - like
Danger! What do I care for it?
There, we missed a team!
It's fun to see strong men turn pale
Anu near me oiu maids scream,
never enjoy myself half so much
As when we Just scraoe a wheel.
For I'm a Jolly Chicago kid,
Anu not or tne Kinu to squeal.
I like to get out and see the world,
And sniff the good lake air;
On the wings of the wind my papa and I
Can distance the millionaire.
With his high-stepping steeds and his big
And his liveried nride and fuss.
When we're in training, and it isn't rain'
There's nobody In it with us.
and - hair
Ha! bliss! .
A Happily-Timed Suggestion, nnd
the 8eqiiel-A Cure for Catarrh that
is Remembered with Grateful
lMcusurc--It Relieves in 10 Minute
"What did vou do for It?"
This is a question frequently asked of
Rev. W. H. Main, pastor of the Baptist
Emmanuel church, corner Normal ave
nue and Rhode Island street one of Buf
falo's most popular clergymen, and a' firm
believer In the unfailing curative virtues
of Dr. Agnew's Catarrhal Powder. He
had previously tried In vain many differ,
ent remedies for catarrhal trouble. In
stead of relief, some only gave additional
distress, until a hinnlly-ttnied suggestion
Induced him to use Dr. Agnew's Catarrhal
"That benefited mo at once." Is Rev. Mr
Main's reply, and he praises the easy and
convenient way of iU'lnW the remedy quite
as much as he does Its quick permanent
relief. Nothing else tukes its place as a
cure for catarrh. SO cents. Sold by
Piles! Piles! Boning Piles!
Symptoms Moisture; Intense Itching
and stinging; most at night; worse by
scratcning. ir allowed to continue tu
mors form, which oftsn bleed and ulcer
ate, becoming very sore. Bwayne's
ointment stops the itching ana bleef.'
Ing, heals ulceration, and In most cases
removes me tumors. At druggists, or
by man, for m cent.. Dr. Swayns
The Nickel Plate Road runt along
the shore of ' Lake Erie and through
Erie, Cleveland-' Fostoria and ' Fori
WHAT IS BEING DONE
IN CHURCH CIRCLES
erica Volunteers' Teat is Pitched oa
THE FIRST MEETING THIS EVENINQ
Captain Masland and Lieutenant
Green Will Have Charge of the
Meet iags"T wo Services on Sunday.
Notes About Church WorkersScr
vices ia City Churches Bandar.
The tent which is to be used by the
American Volunteers, during the sum
mer months has arrived and Is being
erected upon the lot of C. P. Davidson,
esq., on Linden street, opposite the
Court House. The opening meeting
will be held on Saturday evening at 8
o'clock. On Sunday meetings will be
held at 3.45 o'clock and 8 o'clock p. m.
Captain Masland and Lieutenant
Green, who will have charge of the
meetings, will be assisted by many ot
the local Christian workers who have
tendered their aid to carry on the work.
It Is said that thirty per cent, of tne
artisan class In Scranton are not iden
tified with any place of worship, and It
Is this great unchurched population the
Volunteers will strive to reach. They
announce their aim to be the bring
ing of hope to the hopeless, gladness to
the saddened heart and cleansing to
the sinner wherever found, through the
love and power of Christ.
Arrangements for the state conven
tion of the Christian Endeavorers are
being pushed with vigor. Although the
dates for the gathering are a long way
ahead, the executive committee of the
union Is meeting frequently and llnds
plenty to do In guiding the extensive
machinery connected with so great a
A great many thousands of dollars
are required to support these conven
tions. To raise the large amount Is one
of the committee's responsibilities but
there are others. The committee is re
sponsible for the entertalnmnt of sev
eral thousand delegates, will have to ar
range for a suitable convention hall a
hall or tent that will seat in comfort
from five to six thousand persons and
to see that the thousand and one duties
entrusted to committees are faithfully
A spirit of local pride enters Into the
thing also. Other cities have success
fully handled these great Endeavor
gatherings and each occasion has wit
nessed a greater throng and been at
tended with less confusion than Its
predecessors. The Scranton Endavor-
ers will strain very resource to make
the '96 convention no exception to the
AT SECOND CHURCH.
In the Second Presbyterian church
the following programme of music will
be rendered at the evening service:
Organ Prelude Mallly
Anthem for full choir Cramer
Duet, "My Faith Looks Up to Thee,"
Messrs. Bevnon and Morgan.
Miss Harding, of Binghamton, and
Miss Irene Kann, of this city, sopranos.
Miss Drake, alto, and Mr. Drake, bass
have been added to the choir. J, M.
The fourteenth anniversary of the
Christian Endeavor society of the Ply
mouth Congregational church was cele
brated Monday evening by a banquet
In the lecture room of the church
About eighty were present. Seven
tables were used. The room was hand
somely decorated. The supper was
served by Mrs. A. B. Eynon, Mrs. Rich
ard Owens. Mrs. William James, Mrs,
M. P. Daniels, Mrs. D. R. Williams,
Mrs. Henry Parsons, Mrs. Joseph
HugheB, Mrs. Thomas w. Phillips.
CHURCH NEWS NOTES.
The ladles of the Simpson Methodist
Episcopal church conducted an Initial
supper on Thursday evening
Class No. 24. of the Washburn Street
Presbyterian Sunday school held a ho
cial last evening. Mrs. E. D. Fellows Is
Rev. Foster U. Gift, of Grace Luther
an church, begins a short series of
sermons on the "Prodegal Son," on
Rt. Rev. Bishop O'Hara will confer
the sacrament of conlirmatlun on 1
large class of young people at St. Pet
er's cathedral this afternoon.
The semi-monthly meeting of the
Methodist Ministerial association of
Scranton and vicinity occurs next Mon
day at 10 a. m. In the Elm Park church.
By his election to the vice presidency
at the recent convention Rev. W. S,
Jones, of the First Welsh Baptist
church, will next year be president of
the Northeastern Pennsylvania asso
elation of Welsh Baptist churches.
The vestry of St. Luke s church has
elected Dr. B.' H. Throop, A. D. Hol
land, Major J. W. Oakford, Major Ever
ett Warren, H. W. Kingsbury and John
Jermyn delegates to the Episcopal Dio
cesan convention at Harrlsburg, June 9,
A gospel meeting will be held In the
Women s Christian Temperance union
rooms, near the corner of Penn avenue
and Marlon street, Sunday at 3.41;
o'clock. Rev. F. A. Chaffee, pastor of
Asbury Methodist Episcopal church,
A mass will be celebrated tomorrow
and each succeeding Sunday morning
at 6 o'clock In St. Peter s cathedral,
This Is for the accommodation of mem
bers of the congregation who are com
pelled to work on Sunday. The other
mass will be as heretofore at 7, 8, 9 and
10.30 a. m.
Rev. Warren G. Patrldge, of Clncln
natl, formerly of this city, spoke at the
seventy-second anniversary of the
American Bapllst Publication society
at Asbury Park Wednesday. His sub
Ject was "The Sunday School Consld
ered in Relation t the Kingdom of
The Christian Endeavor Boclety of
the Chestnut Street Presbyterian
church has elected the following of
fleers: President, John Leber; vice
president, C. Hess; secretary, Christine
Schubert; treasurer, Amelia Koch; 11
brarlan, Henry Michel; organist, ChrlB
A general Invitation Is extended to
women and girls to come Into the class
for the study of the Sabbath school
lesson, at the Young Women's Christian
association tonight at 7.4'. Miss Eliz
abeth Doersam will lead the gospel
meeting nunuay, may 24, 3.45 p. 111.
large attendance Is desired.
The convention of delegates from the
Welsh. Baptist churches of Northeast
em Pennsylvania, which began on Frl
day, May 15, at the First Welsh Baptist
church, closed last Monday with
preaching services. On the prececdlng
day six sermons were delivered by as
many ministers at the church.
Rev. G. L. Aldrlch, of the Grace Re
formed church, gave a Bible study
Monday night at the Green Rldgo Wo
mans Christian Temperance union
rooms on Penn avenue, near Marion
Btreet. The studies will be continued
from week to week on Monday nfghts,
and the public is requested to amend.
The following are at Saratoga, repre
sentlng the Lackawanna Presbytery at
the general assembly: Rev. James Mc
Lend,. D; D of Scranton; Rev. W. F.
Gibbons, of Dunmore; Rev. T. A. Mills,
D. D.. of Wllkes-Barre: and Elders
F. WellB.aof Scranton; J. E. Burr, of
Carbondale, and .Mr, Nicholson, of
Wllkes-Barre. . ...
The Christian Endeavor societies of
North scranton met in the Puritan
Congregational church-last evening and
organised a choir under the leadership
Professor Reea Watklns. ' The an- I
them that will be sung in the conven
tion, in this city this summer, waa re
hearsed. The choir comprises some of
the best talent of the city.
Y hltsunday service will be conduct
ed in the hall of the Railroad depart
ment. Young Men's Christian associa
tion, on Sunday afternoon, at 3.45
'"clock. Rev. Rogers Israel, rector St.
Luke's Episcopal church, will conduct
the service and will sreach on "The
Holy Spirit." - The vested choir of St.
Luke's church (twenty voices) will
sing. Railroad men and their families
are cordially Invited to attend.
The Rev. Thomas Barker will speak
at the Rescue Mission this evening.
All Souls I nlversalist church. Pine
street Rev. ,F. W. Whlppen, pastor.
Morning subject. "The Soldiers' Me
morial." Evening subject. "The Value
of the Union."
First Baptist church. Scranton street
Rev. S. F. Matthews, pastor. Sub-
cct for Sabbath morning, "Clothed.
nd In His Right Mind," Luke vlll, 35.
Subject for Sabbath evening, "What
Shall the Harvest Be?" Galatlans. vl.
Sabbath school 2 p. m Dr. Beddoe
superintendent. Young people's prayer
meeting 8.30 p. m.. Lavinla Tomlinson,
leader. All are cordially Invited.
Grace Evangelical Lutheran church-
Rev. Foster U. Gift, pastor. Services
on 'Sunday at the Young Men's Chris
tian association at 10.30 a. m. and at
.30 p. m. Sunday school at 8.30 a. m.
oung People's Society of Christian En-
eavor at 6.30 p. m. The pastor begins
series ot sermons on the "Prodigal
Son" In the evening.
First Church of Christ (Scientist!. 519
Adams avenue Sunday service, 10.30 a.
experience meet ng Fr dav even ng
at 8 o'clock. All welcome. Seats free.
St. Luke's church Rev. Rogers Is
rael, rector. Whitsunday or Pentecost,
30 a. m. holy communion. 9.15 a. m.
Sunday school. 10.30 . 111. morning
irayer, holy communion and sermon.
30 p. m. evening prayer and sermon.
St. Mark's, Dunmore Rev. E. J.
Haughton In charge. Whitsunday or
rentecost, 8 a. m. holy communion.
10.30 a. m. morning prayer and sermon.
p. m. Sunday school, 7.30 p. m. evening
prayer ana sermon.
Second Presbyterian church Rev. C,
. Robinson, D. D.. pastor. Services
10.30 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Frank W.
Pearsall will preach In the morning and
Rev. H. W. Tlce will preach in the
evening. Strangers welcome at both
Courst Street Methodist Episcopal
cnurcn ueorge T. Price, pastor,
r-reacning at lu.30 a. m. and 7.30 p. nt.
Morning subject. "Believers That Can
not Be Trusted." Evening subject.
rne successful Physician."
Washburn Street Presbyterian church
Rev. John P. Moffat, pastor. Ser
vices at 10.30 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Bible
school at 12 m. Christian Endeavor at
6.20 p. m. Junior Christian Endeavor at
p. m. The pastor will preach in the
morning on "Memorial Days," and in
the evening on "God s Overruling Pow
er Among the Affaire of Man." All
welcome at all services.
Holy Trinity church (Evangelical
Lutheran), Adams avenue, corner Mul
berry street Whitsunday, Holy com
munion at 10.30; evening service 7.30.
Preaching by the pastor, Rev. Edwin
Lunn Miller. Free pews.
Cedar Avenue Methodist Episcopal
church Rev. J. L. Race, pastor. Morn
Ing service at 10.30. Subject, "Workers
with God." Sunday school at the close
of the morning service. Epworth
league at 6.30 In the evening; leader.
Miss Cora Turner; subject, "Lessons In
Social Liberty." Preaching at 7.30. The
pastor win preach to the James Connell
lodge of Odd Fellows by special Invlta
tlon of the lodge. The choir will give
a special song service of anthems, solos
and quartettes. The seats In the cen
ter will be reserved for memoers of th
lodge. Be in time and secure a seat.
The ushers will do their best to seat the
people. A silver offering for the church
First Presbyterian church. Washing'
ton avenue Preaching morning and
evening by Rev. Wilfred W. Shaw, of
Port Deposit, Md.
Providence Methodist Episcopal
church Rev. William Edgar, pastor.
Usual services will be held. Pastor
will preach at 10.30 a. m. on "Spiritual
Hunger and Thirst." At 7.30 p. m. the
subject will be "A Pure Young Man
This Is the first sermon of a series on
young men of the' Bible. Sunday school
at i p. m. Epworth league at 6.45. All
Howard Place African Methodist
Episcopal church Preaching morning
and evening by the pastor. Rev. C. A
Calvary Reformed church, corner of
Monroe avenue and Gibson street Rev
W. H. Stubbleblne, pastor. Preaching
by the pastor both morning and even
Ing. at 10.30 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Strang
ers always welcome.
Grace Reformed Episcopal church
Wyoming avenue, below Mulberry
street. Divine worship morning and
evening. Pastor's morning theme,
"The Commands of God not Grievous,'
I John, v, 3. At 7.30 p. m., "The First
Seal," Revelations. vl, 2. Sabbath school
12m. Young People's Society of Chris
tian Endeavor, 6.30 p. m. The seats are
all free. Strangers always welcome,
Union Bible class for the study of the
International lesson every Thursday,
7.45 p. m. AH welcome.
Penn Avenue Baptist church Rev.
Thomas S. Barbour, D. D., of Fall
River, Mass., will preach at 10.30 and
7.30 o'clock. Bible school at 2. Chris
tlan Endeavor meeting at 6.30 sharp.
All cordially Invited to all of the ser
WEST SIDE CHURCHES.
St. David's church, corner Jackson
street and Bromley avenue. Rev. M. H
Mill, rector. Whit Sunday. Morning
prayer and sermon at 10.30; evening
prayer and sermon at 7.30; Sunday
school at 2.30 p. m.; Friday evening
Ben-Ice at 7.30. Seats free.
Sumner Avenue Presbyterian church
Rev. John Griffith, preacher. Morning
service, 10.30, subject, "The Roll Call of
Faith, first of a series of expository
sermons on the eleventh chapter of He
brews; evening service, 6 o'clock, sub
Ject, "Giving by Rule versus Giving by
St. Mark's Lutheran church. Four
teenth and Washburn streets, Rev. A
L. Ralner. Ph. D., pastor. Services
Holy communion, 10.30 a. m.; preaching
at 7.30 p. m.; preparatory service, sat
urday, 7.30 p. m. Preaching at St. Paul's
Park Place, at 4.30 p. m.
Simpson Methodist Episcopal church
North Main avenue, J. B. Sweet, pastor,
Morning service at 10.30, sermon by
the pRstor; text, St. John, xxi:22; sub
Ject, "Personal Responsibility." Sun
day school at 12 o'clock; Junior Ep
worth league at 3 o'clock: Epworth
league nt 6.30. At the Epworth service
juniors will be graduated Into the senior
league. Evening sermon xy tne pas
tor at 7.30, text, Isaiah, xxl:ll; subject,
"The Coming of the Morning." Seats
free and a cordial welcome to all
Chicago Live Stock,
Union Stock Yards, 111., May 22. Cattle
Receipts, Jl.oiK) noaa; mm km steady
pnmmon to extra steers. $3.2ua4.30r.-ack
ers anil feeders, t2.85a3.8T; cows and bulls,
81.iida3.25; calves, 83a5.10; Texans, 82.25a
HM. Hotrs Receipts. 24.0I0 head: market
for heavy lots, weak to 6c. lower; others
stendv; heavy packing nnd snipping lots
t! I(iii3.;i.(.; common to choice mixed. 83.15
3.40; choice assorted, 83.40a3.50; light, 83.20a
3.50; pigs, 82.G0aS.50. Sheep Receipts, 3,500
neaa; mantel Bcrong, inieriur to cnoice.
82a4: lnmbs, S3a5.2o.
Buffalo Live 8toc!i.
Buffalo, N. Y May 22. Cattle Slow
?rospects look lower for all kinds. Hogs
Aer. hut fairly active; Yorkers. 83.40a
3.42; mixed packers, 83.40; mediums, $3.3ra
3.40; pig". 83.40a3.45; roughs 82.80a3; stags,
82a2.25. Sheep and lambs Shade stronger
and fairly active; prima to best lambs, 5a
6.15; culls to common, 82.75a4.25; good to
choice mixed sheep, 83.40a8.C5; culls to
common, 32.75a4.26; good to choice mixed
sheep, I3.40aj.96; common to fair, 83b3.35;
export lambs, dull at 84.Ma4.70; common
heavy wa sheep, !3aJ.2S.
Ivia't fail teattead ar ereat Wamh
! rauaead prices will hold foith la all the other department. Tfceaatira stack of
Mcssra. Birkeafeld. iraaaa 4 Co., taa caubraiad shirt waUl Maaraotarer. that wo
buaghi ai Icaa than SOa. oa I he dollar. wUI bo aaioa sale Saiarday, Monday aad
balaneaof weak. Iton t ailai it.
SHIRT WIIST1 1
Lot No. 1, worth from tl.fti to Sl.SO.
LbAPbK I'KH'li CSC.
Lot No. worth from U.oO to S1.75.
LEADER'S PRICE. SSc.
Lot No. 3, worth from $1.75 to C,
. ladles' black brilliantlne skirts,
LEADER'S PRICE. 89c.
COUSL SUITS, CiPcS, SET-RATE SORTS.
One lot of ladies' black and white.
blue and white and brown and white
shepherd plaid skirts, worth I2..VI
LEADER'S PRICE. Jl.IIS.
One lot of linen and colored P.K. suits
maue In the latest style worth ).".
LEADER'S PRICi:. SJ.SO.
One lot of our fine brocaded silk capes
lined throughout with suit, Hand
somely trimmed, also velvet, worth
LEADER'S PRICE. J3.98.
All of our fine suits, skirts and capes re
duced 3a per cent.
UMBR IUSMD PIRiSOLS.
Fifty 24 and 26-lnch blue silk gloria
umbrellas the llnest quality or nat
ural handles and silk tassels, with
paragon frame worth 11.25 and $1.41),
LEADKR S PRICK. 89e.
Seventy-five 24 and 2ti-inch blue silk
gloria umoreuus wun choice Dres
den and decorated China handles,
worth J1.0O and il.7.
I.KADER'8 PRICE. 98e.
Complete assortment of children's baby
carriage parasol covers. Including all
the newest desiKiis.
PRICES RANGING FROM 73c. to $1.59.
REit'i FURNISH! .GS.
One lot of men's line percale shirts.
conar anu cutis auacnea, newest pat
terns, worth 75c,
LEADER'S PRICE. SSc.
One lot of men's wool sweaters In all
colors and sixes, proper things for
LEADER'S PRICE. 89a.
One lot of men's extra line silk finish
balurlggan underwear, snnclal,
LEADER'S PRICE. 4ic.
Received several more lots of boys' tine
Fauntleroy blouse waists, the very
latest and newest effects,
LEADER'S PRICE, from 49c. to J1.9S.
An emlles variety of choicest designs in
ooys sua Windsor ties.
LEADER'S PRICE. 24c.
One lot of ladies' muslin skirts, wide
cambric ruttie and trimmed with em
LEADER'S PRICE. 98c.
One lot of ladles' muslin drawers with
wide cambric ruttie,
YKADER'S PRICE. 29c.
One lot of Indies muslin drawers,
trimmed with tucks and embroidery,
LEADER' PRICE. SSc.
One lot of ladies' sweaters In plain
and fancy colors, were $3.98,
LEADER'S PRICE 12.S9.
One lot of ladies' negligee lawn gowns,
LEADER'S PRICE. 98c.
One lot of ladles' muslin gowns,
root her htibbard style, trimmed with
LEADER'S PRICE, 49c.
GLOV'S 1.0 CORS TS.
20 dozen ladies' 4-button real kid gloves
in tan Drown and whlto, worth
LEADER'S PRICE. fi9c
10 dozen of ladles' 8-button white silk
LEADER'S PRICE. Mc.
Complete assortment of ladles', misses'
ami cnimrcn s siik mitts anil gloves,
PRICES RANGING FROM 2:,c. unward.
12 dozen Ladles' J. B. Corsets, in white
only, worth U.
LEADER'S PRICE. 4c.
Complete line of ladies' W. R. Corsets,
in sateen, cotlle and ventilated,
PRICES RANGING FROM 4c. upward.
18 dozen of tine leather belts, with
covered buckles in white, tan olive
LEADER'S PRICE 5Kn.
One lot of ladles' canvass belts, bo.'li
in linen and white,
LEADER'S PRICE 2r,c
One lot of ladles' leather belts, with
LEBECK 8c CORIN.
MARKETS AND STOCKS
W'nll Street Itcvicw.
New York. Mav 22 The market At the
Stock Exchange was one of specialties.
Today Sugar. Tobacco and a.Vlnha'.!:in
were the favorites of the room traders
who still control the limited speculation.
Sugar gained nearly two points, moving
up to 124 on buying by brokers, who, it
is said, are acting for the Havenipyer In
terests. Tne recent decline In retlneil and
the passing of the new sugar bounty bill
by the Bundrath. made a number of bear
on the stock and tho short Interest was
quite lurge up to yesterday. The rally
then anu the rurther advunce today rather
alarmed the bears, who were amoni; the
heaviest buyers in the closing dealings.
Tobacco rose 24 per cent, to ii7-'! and closed
at the top figure. Some of the buying was
based on the Idea that a settlement with
the western competitors of the company
was not far off. Manhattan rose from
VtiVj to UK)1, the refusul of the appellate
division of the Supreme court to conlii m
the rapid transit commission report, hav
ing started up a lively demand for the
stock. The decision practically kills the
underground rapid transit scheme. The
railway list started off weak on lowor
cables and the withdrawal of 31.1oo.000 gol 1
from the sub-treasury for export. The
loss, however, was merely fractional and
In the afternoon session higher prices were
the rule. An Impression prevails that Mc
Klnley or those In charge of of his canvuss
have, assured the banking interest of the
east that he la In favor of the gold stand
ard. This, with statements by hankers
that exports of the metal are likely to
dwindle to small proportions in the near
future contributed to the good faelitift
which prevailed In the late dealings. The
statement of the Northwest road for April
showing on increase of 303,000 strength
ened the Grangers. Speculation loft oft
strong, net changes bowing advances ot
V4a2 per cent., the latter in Manhattan.
Total sales were 133,374 shares.
Furnished by WILLIAM LINN, AL
LEN 4 CO., correspondents for A. P.
CAMPBELL, stock broker, 412 Spruce
Op'n- High- Low- Clos
ing, est. est. ing.
Am. Tobacco Co. .. 654 67; 5'4
Am. Sua-ar Ret. Co. .123 124' 122".
mji ui wi'i
i ltwi ii
68 8! 77g
Ches. & ihio
Chic. & N. W
Chic, B. & Q. ...
C. C. C. & St. L. ..
Chic, Mil. & St. P.
Chic. R. I. & Pac.
Del. & Hud
Dlst. & C. F
l(k JOsvH JII.J
. 20 .
. U -U
Louis. & Nash
M. K. Texas,
N. Y S. & W., Pr.
Nor. Pac. Pr.
Phil. & Read
Southern R. R
Southern R. R., Pr.
Tenn. C. Iron ..
Western Union ....
IT. 8. Leather,
U. S. Rubber
CIIICAQO BOARD OF TRADE PRICES.
Op'n- High- Low- Clnj.
WHEAT. Ing. est est. Ing.
July l'i 61 60'i flirt,
September 6214 62 til'4 61:)4
July m W'i " 1S-,J
September 19'4 , W4 1'4 . 1!H
July 2 29' i 29 20
September 30 30i 30Vi 30
July . 4.37 4.42 4.35 4.25
September 4.52 4.55 4.52 4.52
July 7.37 7.15 7.17 7.22
September 7.62 7.57 7.35 7.40
Scranton Board of Trade Exchange
Qiiotations--AII Quotation Based
on Far of 100.
Name. BM. Askl
Dime Dep. & DIs. Bank 140 ...
Scranton Lace Curtain Co 68
National Boring It Drilling Co. ...
nrst national phr vow ...
Scrantan Jar Btopptr Co..
124 and 126
Goods mm& skin Vait Darin this
pocket book attachment, newest
thing, worth 75c.
LEADER'S PRICE. 4SO.
Also a ocnmlete line of all the latest
novelties In Kilt, spangled and taathe
belts, with all the newest buckles, alway.'
at Leader's Prices.
PEriFUnlERf AN FAJCY GOODS.
We have a complete assortment of Col-
sates and other makea of perfumery, t
toilet waters and soapa. Will offer
special 30 gross of glycerine soap.
S dosen of the celebrated lablancha '
face powder In flesh and pink, sold
everywhere at Sue..
, , , . LEADER'S PRICE. 30,
Special sale of tine leatherette photo
frames, each frame holds two photos,
also the slivered frame, worth JSC.,
... t LEADER'S PKK'K. Ho,
We have a choice collection of ladies'
pocket books, combination books,
. shopping and card cases, also for
gpiuiemen anu in all colors.
PRICES KA.NUINU FROM :
i 25c.- upward.
We have placed on sale the newest
device in ladies' bicycle stocking
leggings. In black and tan
LEADER'S PRICE. 75c a pair.
One lot of ladies' fast black, full
seamless hose, all sixes, worth 12ic,
LEADER'S PRICK. 80.
One lot of misses and children's extra
heavy ribbed fast black stockings, '
all sizes, worth U'-ic,
LEADER'S PRICE, c,
PIECE G 10 iS.
95 pieces of fine printed corded dimi
ties, regular price, luc.,
LEADER'S PRICE. Sc.
75 pieces of much liner quality dimities, -regulur
LEADER'S PRICE. 74e.
G2 pieces of much liner quality dimity,
regular price, lilc,
LEADER'S PRICE, to.
62 pieces of French organdy, regular
LEADER'S PRICE. 12!ic.
75 pieces of printed French batiste,
regular 15c, quality,
LEADER'S PRICE. 4e.
25 pieces corded linen batiste, regular
lie. quality, ,
LEADER'S PRICE. 9c.
25 pieces of xephyr glnglmms, regular
LEADER'S PRICE. 44a.
40 pieces finest quality Scotch ging
hams, 37 Inches wide, regular price,
LEADER'S PRICE, 12a,
WOOL DRESS GDODi AND SlUi.
All goods In these departments at a most
liberal reduction; come and see for your
TRInlHED S'n UflTRMEO MILMERY.
25 rases new trimmed sailors, just re
ceived, PRICES RANGING FROM 39c. UB,
200 bunches of flowers from a leading
manufacturer at 35 per cent, below
These goods start at 15c. a bunch.
100 misses' trimmed hats,
FROM SSc. up.
Special sale of all of our fancy ribbons
at a big reduction in price.
L. C H .NOAERCHIEF.-, F4NCY NETS, ETC
In this department you will find a most
complete stock of new desirable goods at
10 pieces of fine white lace, worth 10c,
LEADER'S PRICE, 6c
15 pieces of white India linen, regular
LEADER'S PRICE, So.
25 pieces of check muslin , regular
LEADER'S PRICE, 3'4c,
4-4 Fruit of the Loom,
LEADER'S PRICE, V4c
LEADER'S PRICE 6t4s.
10 pieces 9-4 unbleached sheeting, regu
lar price, 16c,
LEADER'S PRICE, 10.
500 yards checked, stripe and plaid out
ing, the lvc .quality,
LEADER'S PRICE, 6o.
20 pieces wool challles, regular price,
LEADER'S PRICE. 8u.
Elmhurst Boulevard Co
Bcranton Savings Hank
Bonta Plate Glass Co
Scranton Car Replacer Co
(canton Packing Co
Weston Mill Co
Lackawa:,na Iron & Steel Co..
Third National Rank
Throop Novelty M f g. Co ,
Scrunton Traction Co 17.
Ecranton Class Co
Scranton Pass. Railway, nrst
mortgage due 1918
People's Street Railway, first
mortgage due 1918
Scranton & Plttston Trac Co..
People's Street Railway, Sec
ond mortgage due 1920
nirkxon Manufacturing Co....
Lacka. Township 8chool 5
City of Scranton Street Imp 6
Borough of Wlnton 6
Mt. Vernon Coal Co
Scranton Axle Works
New York Produce Market.
jew York". .May a. r lour uiicimiisi
dull, easy. Wheat Hpot niui'Ket more :
tiiA rr fv!urtrt nasier: f. o. b.. 74''aC.: 1
i'rnri,Mi r,i. K5uT5c: No. 1 northern. 70c
options closed weak at ac. under yes
terday, with trading fairly active; No. t
red May. t7c; June and July, 7Mi;
August, 67'ic', September, 67c; Decem
ber, 69c. Corn Spots dull, easier; No. 1
at 35c. elevator: 36c afloat; options dull,
easier; May and June, 35c; July, 35toc;
September. 3leV'. Oats Spots less active;
steady; options dull, nominully easier;
.Mny, ae. J my, .; ihm prices, iu. a
at 24' ic; No. 2 white, 241 nc; No. 2 Chica
go, 25'ic; No. 3 at 23'4c.; No. 3 white, 241c:
mixed western, 23',iu23V. ; whlto do., 26a
28c.;. white state, 26u2Se. Href Quiet,
steady, unchanged. Lard Dull, easy;
western steam, $4.60; city, $4.15; May, $4.60;
refined, quiet; continent, $5; South Ameri
ca, $5.40; compound. 41in4'4c Pork Quiet,
easy; old mess, 8H.35a8.73; new mess, $'Ju
9.50. Butter Fancy steady, fairly active;
western factory, 7nl0'i.c; others un
changed.. Cheese Moderate demand;
state large new, 6'in"1ic,; do. small new,
SUc; others unchanged. Kggs Firm, light
receipts; state and Pennsylvania, Halite;
western fresh, 9'.iiallc.
Philadelphia Provision Market.
Philadelphia, May 22. Provisions were
in moderate Jobbing demund and steady.
We quote: City smoked beef, 111jnl2c;
beef hams, $15al5.5o; pork, family. lo.50i.
11; horns, S. P. cured, In tierces, 8Ha9i5c;
do. smoked, 91ia10l2C as to average, 5'a
5,c. ; shoulders, pickle-cured, 614a5:1c. : do.
do. smoked, 6'ia6c; picnic hamsu S. P.
cured, 5".ia54c' do. do. smoked, ftjatrUc;
bellies, in pickle, according to average,
loose, 4:;ia5'io.; breakfast bacon, 7a9c,
for round and jobbing lots, as to brand
and average; lard, pure, city rctlned, In
tierces, 5'ta5a4c; do. do. do.. In tubs, 63la
6c; do. butchers', loose, 41i,a4:ic.; city
tallow, in hogsheads, 3'4c ; country do.,
3a3lgc, as to quality, and cakes, 3VsC.
Toledo t.rnin Mitrket. . ,
Toledo, O., May 22. Wheat Receipts,
1.1IK) bushels; shipments, 8,392 busneisi
quiet; No. 2 red cash and May, 68Vic; July,
O'bC.; August, 63c; September, 6.'lNc Corn
Receipts, li.OOO bushels; shipments, 4.3U0
bushels; dull; No. 2 mixed September,
31c. Corn Receipts, 6.000 bushels; ship
ments, 4,300 bushels; dull; No. 2 mixed
September, 31?c. Oats Receipts, 600 bush
els; shipments, 36,000 bushels; nominal.
Oil City, Pa., Muy 22. Option
quoteu touay ai ii.ua. ireuii.
J B I II . 88
Hume orer-auxious people in Vt ail S' reet and
London am prstn iliiic to four tLat tht possi
bility of 51 r. .MrKlnley'selevatlon lo the Pres
idency means Free Silver and inflntion ana
these same people who are now predicting ca
lamity were tho loudest In their prediction
of unparalleled proaperl y with "Turiff Re
form" f ,nr yrars (go. Uon't let them fool
you. We're going into bettor times, nothing
can stop us.
BUY STOCKS NOW
fend feronr Daily Market Letter, It will
te 1 vou the heat investn e ts, slso our bock,
Speculations Fully Explained."
E. D. THORNBURGH & CO..
HAKKSKi AND BROK1RS,
jo BOND STREET,- - NEW YORK.
Uptown Office, N. W. Cor. B'way jut it,