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THE SCRANTON TnBUNE-THCKSriAY, DECEMBER 6, 1000.
Procer.rtlnus of the Second Day of
tlie Women's Temperance
THE ORDER OF EXERCISES
Mrs. Booker T. Wnshngton, Wife of
the Illustrious Colored Leader,
Among the Workers of the Day
Boports Upon Temperance Legis
lation Other Addresses of the
Jpeulnl Id the Scrunlnii Tilhutie.
AVilshitiKli'tl, D. C, Deo. . Oi'
romse there hud to hi' one rainy day
nftnr throe no haliny, brlcht. mid fav
orable' for the itntlterltiK of "whlti-rlliboiioi-H,"
I lilt despite the steady
downpour the went then lor was again
crowded to the third Ralloiy, eaeh
Htalc banner sheltering Its rcKtilar
quoin of county delegate?.
The early prayer nuotliut tit the
Foundry S. K. ehiiich. led by Mrs.
O. At. Ilanituer, national evangelist,
was reported as being a very helpful
opening Cor the day.
At !i."0 the convention was called
to older with tins hearty plnginp of
'Onward, Christian Soldier." followed
by (i fervent prayer by Mrs. Hooker
T. Washington. uho.-tf fame Is not
nil derived from her Illustrious hus
hand. since she herself Is slate presi
dent of Alabama W. C. T. t'..
Miss Clara Tarrish, general "V" sec
retary, gave a most entertaining re
port of the wink of the young
women's branch, c onsld'ored one of
the most, hopeful features of the AW
('. T. 1. work, giving promise, as It
does, of workers being prepared to
ably (111 iosponlble places that will
soon be vacant.
The Loyal heginil blanch was re
ported by Mrs. Helen fi. nice, of Ma!.
achusetts, In a must unique milliner.
and was u phuuleil frequently It
began thus: "It came to puss in lb
days of Lillian the Just and Anna the
Wise, In the reign of McKlnley the
Vprlglit. who ruleth over a great land
from ocean unto ocean, and even to
reglo'ns beyond, that the Women's)
Christian Temperance 1'nlon waxcl
strong, and met In Its seven-and-twentleth
year ut the inpllal city of
the great nation."
Tlie report on peace and international
arbitration was given by Mrs. Hannah
.1 Halley. of Maine. The report on
franchise, by Marie C. Urchin, of Illi
nois, was full of stirring facts and in
cidents Illustrating' the good done by
women where they are allowed to ex
orcise that privilege.
The reporter on temperance legisla
tion, Mrs. Margaret T). Kills, of New
Jersey, was received with applause
amounting to an ovation. She slated
that a prominent congressman had .stild
that if tlie women were ever as much
In earnest about tlie final tiiumnh of
piohibltlon as they were about exclud
ing lirlgham Roberts from congrcfs, It
would be a settled fact.
Mrs. Greenwood presided over the
evangelistic hour, which was devoted
to the tuple of "Prayer," consisting of
scores of brief testimonies, and closing
with a most beautiful noontide nrnyei
liy Miss Leitch, Ceylon missionary.
The afternoon session began with the
jilnging of the hymn, "Nearer, My ("foil,
to Thee," after which the clergymen of
Washington, seated In a body on Hie
platform, were presented to the audi
ence, who arose and waved a salute at
"Rev. Mr. Naylor, a Washington
Methodist (episcopal pastor, addressed
the convention as one who, in the name
of the Methodist Kplscoptil churches of
tho city, acknowledged the achieve
ments of the Women's Christian Tem
perance, union during the last half cen
tury. He said. In brief, that the society
was writing history, and its work would
be inseparably connected with the rec
ord of the nation's progress.
"Blest He the Tie That Hinds," was
sung heartily, the presence of represen
tatives of so many denominations giv
ing it great significance.
Miss Kdlth Austin tfhrlgley, of Penn
sylvania, then spoke for ten minutes on
the work of the (lower mission, a talk
full of the most graceful and poetical
thoughts on the Importance of the love
of nature In education, and the uplift
ing Influence of the love of dowers.
The Cuban Teachers.
An Interesting fact was the inesen
tatlon of u large and choice bouquet of
A woman has a right to be positive on
matters which art- matters of personal
knowledge und experience, livery wom
an who bus used Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription for diseases of the womanly
organs is positive as to its wonderful
curative value, and confidently recom
mends it to similar sufferers.
Women who suffer from inllammation,
ulceration, female weakness, or nervous
diseases caused by disease of the wom
anly organs will find a complete cure by
the use of " Favorite Prefcriptiou."
"Several ypnrs ugo I mflVred keverelv from
female xvsaUucss, prolapsus, and ineuorrlinida,
and used Dr. Pierce's I'avorlte l'rckcriptian Willi
splendid effect," writes I'auuic tUictton, of
Washington, Iowa. "Clcct I have not needed it
for a few year, uvt, but If I should have any
returu of (lie old troi ble would mrely try ' I'a
rorlte I'rescrlplun.' I liavc recommended it to
number of my lady friends. I always tell
them to try a Ixittje, aud if they are not bene
fited by It I will pay foi the medicine. lu
every case they have spoken iu praise of It."
MAKIU WEA.it WOMEN STRONG
AND 5iCK WONtNWlU,
(lowors to each Cuban teacher before
their departure foi- their nallve Html.
This intention they declared to be one
of the most grateful of tho many they
had) received In the United Hlntes, and
the lotto W. (.'. T. P. will always
mean to them "fragrance ami lovlnsr
welcome in a utrange land."
Mrs. Alice Gordon Otillck, president
of the Women's Christian Temperance,
union of Spain, pleaded for sympathy
for that nation, saying: "While cold
water Is the favorite commodity of our
society, do not pour It on the cause of
Hp.'tln, that sad, old noun try." The
motto of the Spanish Women's Chris
tian Temperance union Is "For tlod and
the Xeglectcd Homes of Hpnln."
Mrs. Wiggins, of Canada, spolto on
Hie Women's Christian Temperance
union work. She stntcd that she hud
seen a missionary map on which Can
ada was marked "heathen," hut she
said that If the question of temperance
were considered there would be no dark
shade on their map, as the consump
tion of alcoholic bevrrnges was less
there than any other civilized nation,
according to population. She closed by
saying aptly thut no reciprocity laws
could prevent their carrying home love
and cheer ohtnlned at tho convention,
and no nllen labor laws could prevent
societies of these nelgh'.'orlng lands
Mrs. Ua Fevrc spoke for France, one
fact furnished by the bureau of sta
tistics being that the greatest cause
of lunacy in France Is strong drink.
Hlshop Hnrtsock, of Africa, received
great opplau..e as he took tlie platform.
He said that he had been always
blessed by the Women's Christian Tem
perance union, as his mother, though
now 8ii years of age, was still an act
ive member, and he had eight sisters,
all white ribbon women, lie made a
most fervent appeal for the native
African women as needing the help
of her white sisters to escape from
the bondage of her condition.
Let us turn for u short time from
tlie convention halj to the brilliant re
ception given by ex-Senator and Mrs.
Henderson In another part of the city,
to the delegates and reporters attend
ing the meetings.
At 4.30 p. m. cabs, hurdles and elec
tric vehicles were lined up outside the
inngnllicmt mansion, which stood on
a commanding eminence, a veritable
castle of dark red sandstone with
many turrets of antique design. At
the base of its terraced lawn rose
heavy walls of the same material with
like turrets at Intervals.
Two large reception rooms and two
drawing rooms, crowded with treas
ures of art, were thrown open to the
delegates. In one of the former Mrs.
Henderson received, lu the other un
It linen ted wine was served to the tem
The latter was not less attractive,
containing some masterpieces that
would be prized In any art gallery. A
grand old lion on the desert sands, by
(iitrome: two magnificent sea scenes,
by Richards; one sunrise on the ocean,
the other darkness on the deep ano
three Venice scenes, presenting from
different points of view the Palace of
the Doges and the Bridge of Sighs,
were notable, but the climax was an
enormous painting of Cleopatra volup
tuously reellnlngwhile two slaves made
music which was apparently soothing
her to slumber. Through a vista of
'curtains a glimpse of minarets and
Hie blue waters of the Mediterranean
al night could be seen, but tlie exquis
ite form and face held the eye. t the
hair being the red-gold of tradition.
Orlaua ,l. Williams.
ATTRACTIONS FOB THE WEEK.
'I Ii'iimIj.v. 1'ililiy 'mil S.iitml.iy ami .iliuiliv
in.it ii'i'i- "H'.ij ISiwn i:.it."
Academy of Music.
All K "I hf lilo.il'. in repel tone.
I..it 'I liter- p.i.(- -"'Hie II.I.I lint loi fly."
At the Academy.
'I he lilr.ds" iimtlinie In iluvv wvll al (he
Aiadcmy of Jlie.ii'. Yoteiilav at null pfifniui
anic, matinee ami "viiiinc, the liotiv' was well
filled. At tlie matinee .leateulsy "MU Wythe
ul Ihilmli" w.i pre-inted, ami in the rwiilm;
Willaril l.ee'a meat SL'ii.uiuiial comedy iliuina
,n produced. The sceniv eflecu di-plafd In
the pioduitiotl of the piei e ,i supelb in cery
n'-picl anil the manner In which (lib, pl.i.v I-,
xtstgi-il by tlie llimnieb-Iii iiimpaiiy. "The (ileal-."
I'eHVitH nnuli ctcdlt mi I lie iii.iniip'iui'iii.
The bill fur tills afternoon is i lepetiiiuii o?
!.im tu'slil'-i. "In the lleatt of the Storm." Ti
iiiislil "A Kl. miinc Million" will he piodm eil,
"Way Down East."
The novel Miow stonn in tlie pfodiiuiim of
"W.iy Down l'ast" whleli is to lie idu'ii at
the i.yct'iiin tuniulit. tonuiijow nlaht and S.itur
riny atleiiiiiiin. Is wuikeil by eleiliitity. Tlie
nccne is a kitiliin Willi u door ami window.
About ten feet above the Moor ami jum ,n tin:
-tjue liuht nl the floor ,ue elected appliamvs
m placed 111. II the wind .nws the air to take
a soil of a wliillltOK niul.se down past (lie
iloor anil the window, The paper are dropped
mil of a box, while salt itoes from ryllndeii
Jul o thl wiml. The beautiful snow beatii snuili-l
the window ami when tlie door is opened the
wind and the snow whUtlek iliill in the door
Hoe and Fenberg- Company.
The ltoe and l'enbertf eompmj" will be at the
Aiadomy of Mil-Ic all ncxl week In a uperlnlie
of New Yoik Riirrrbscii. It can be sahl without
fear of contradiction tliat thii loiubinallon is
tlie best of any oik pllvinu at popular pi lien.
The pli' aio anion; the best Liumn on llio
kiaco ami aie ouea of mult, while the company
Is fully capable of prennllng tlitm.
The opening play is Hal lied', great miw,
"lloinoke," Tlie other pl.ij.i to he priainted
iluilui; I lie werli am m follows; "Kuoha o' Tin-lie.-see,"
"Alter the War," "liar Harbor," "Dr.
,!ek)ll and Mr. Hyde." "Iliand of Cain." "A
l.hely bine," "Jlnthi" ami "Miehnel f-tiosotf.-'
The Gay Butterflies.
The "tiny HuttcrflliV elleiteil the f.dlowhitr
(illliisiii fi ut tli.' llutton I'od, upon their ap
pi.name in ih.it tity lat i".'l.
"Tho fiay llulterflies llMraiagania company
lii-K.in a week's fhkMnement at the I'alaie the
ater yeeleiday ami deligliird two Ui-jje audiences
al the opening pt'ifniiiuuie, The how Is blight
and llvelj, iiwl will plea all wlio like roo.1
Imitff'iuc anil uil.il,, 'fl.e en-inilile u fuai in.
Itoiluecd In a ii'uiry akit (idleil 'Mlduken Iden
tity,' and later lu a JHKliablo Inn le-ipte ill
titled 'lloliig the llouiiili c( (lay I'atee,' a H-itiie
on the social (ail. o( (lie ulilJ Flench ripilal,
lloth pieiri. ate tlaxed with new ami luMiitlful
Mtlluga', while Iliu lo.iumi-K are unique and got
geoiH, during the uellon of the builesipie theie
urn plenty of good aueialllei by the talented
iiiciiilierx ( (be umip.uiy.
Tlio li'ipsiiliuieuu nuiiibim by Hie gnU are all
phasing, Amy .Nelson, a ilaluly vocallit, iiihIim
the lateai ouv iu a il.anuiiig uiunner; llartli
ami ITiinlng aie ileer lu a groliwpif aud ir
i cat lie corncily ait; U-die and Curdy linr a
Irndget of new miv whUh abouuiii iu willy
hits; HVstuii and SupleUm pieMiit a laiighahln
lomeily kf lib eutllltd "An Ambltfoui Youth,"
ami Tenly and Slmouda aie funny iu an IiWIi
ail, A noielly on the bill In the dancing act by
the Metwref duo, Uunilaii daiuein, who piejenl
one of Hie molt novel Iripiiilioreau aei eii'i Miu
here. They abn iiiliniiuie nunc excellent aim
little work. The show ilellghbd nil at the open
ing perfonnamea at the Palace.
This lompauy appeatt al (lie lialel (or the
Hell three ilij, openlmr ualh a nutluee tlil
$40,000 Aorth o-f
High-Olass Dry Goods
Representing the Entire Stock of Wm. Nisbet.at the Store
Formerly Known as " The Fashion,"
To Be Sold at Sacrifice Prices.
TT IS LESS THAN A YEAR since the -Nisbet Store" was opened in this city. But the store
was opened at an inopportune time. To save the creditors from further losses, it went into
bankruptcy, it has been closed for three months, during which time a satisfactory settlement has been
effected with every creditor. That the creditors may get what is coming to them, the store will be reopened
Friday Morning at 9 O'Clock
S When every dollar's worth of the stock will go on sale at the most interesting of prices, offering
p to the public of Scranton and vicinity a lot of bargains that have not come their way in many a
dav. The stock includes evervthin? in Drv Goods, including a fine collection of Dress Goods.
J J O J - W - - Q -- -- - Vy
Coats and Suits, Books and Novelties.
Every Dollar's Worth Must Be Sold Quick
And it must ALL be sold within a very few weeks. Price is practically no object.
Friday or any day thereafter, to secure the greatest bargains of a lifetime
Remember the PlaceFormerly "The Fashion"
EpM-i.il to die n laiilon Tribune.
KuiU'.silule, Dec. ,"i. Mixs UtditH'i'il S.
Tlliiinp.son Is tli? guest of tlie llissoH
Clark, (if Kant Orange, X. ,.
.Mr. mid .Mi'H. (iialiiim Watts are in
Xi'tv York city for a few days.
Mr. (leorjfi" 1. Kokk returned last
nlKlit from Jluiu'liester township,
whither he was culled by the sudden
death nf lii.s father, Josejih H. Uoss.
who died Saturday night. He soon
followed his wife, her death having
occurred Oct. 20. Mr. Ttosa wus 7S
yearn of aye.
.1. TJ. Jiobinson & 13ros. are the kuo
cessor.s of tlie late Urant W. Lane, in
the insurance business.
The annual turkey dinner given by
the Indies of Grace Kplscojml church
will be served in the Sumla,v school
room, Thursday evening, Dec. 11,
Friday evening- is when the "Little
Minister," as a picture play, will bf
given iu the opera house, as third lit
the Kndeavor course,
ConiiiiencluK' Monday evening-, Dec.
10, the l-aPorte Comedy company will
fill a special engagement at the Opera
house for three nights, presenting' spe
The strike of tlie glass cutters, which
has been on for the past six months,
was declared olf on Monday last. A
number of the nutters who renmliied in
IionesiUUe have returned to their old
planes. Others will not be employed
and must find employment elsewhere,
A large number of the cutters had al
ready secured work lu other towns.
Although the strike wus carried on
quietly, It meant a loss of over ?:'(),0ii'l
In wages, and some of the strikers who
hud homes here must leave them.
Notwithstanding the severe storm of
Thursday evening, the opera house wits
tilled with people to witness "Down mi
the Farm," n, play ehuck full of fun.
The copious rain of the past few
days, that has lllled the dry wells and
streams, has occasioned great rejoic
ing In this riiiiiiiiuuity,
iul.il o tlie S, i .ml .in Till, line.
ritoloryvillc, Pec, r.. Mrs, K. 11.
Webb, of Ji'isi'.v (Mlv, r.tul Miss Kutli
Johnson, of NMcholsmi, were callers
Tinny Senmuns romrned Saturday
from the wilds of Pll; county, bring
ing In wllh lilm a uleo large, deer.
Messrs, Keith and DemmliiK i;avn
a moving picture and a phonograph
show In PIsU's hall Monday night,
ami n very small house greeted them,
Such shows might do ami be a drawing
ciM-il buck In the country, like Nlchol.
sou for Instance, but nothing short
of "Way Down Hast," "Shorn Aures,"
etc, will pull u good house here,
Dr. and Mrs, A, 11. Fitch ure down
lu Philadelphia tills week. The doc
tor went down its a delegate from the
Ma jiinlc lodge of this place,
Ilurgess H. .1. Ooodwln attended the
funeral of his aunt, Mr. Tilling, at
Clark's Summit Tuesday.
Since tin coittestliur papers have
been tiled lu the matter of represen
tation in tills county, there are several
voters In this city that are already
beginning to look haggard ami wan,
and election laws treating- upon Illegal
voting-, penalties attached thereto,
etc, are In lemaiul-fou the unlet).
The following otlleers of Paul ami
Itobekah lodge. No, fi3. I. O. O. F.,
were Installed Tuesday evening by tha
(Irand Master Deputy Sirs. Francis
m Transue, of lfiieeyville : Noble
Oruiul, Mrs. It. H. llolgale: V. t"!..
Miss A lire Hanson; tre:iurer, Mri.
N. A. (iiirdner; assi.tttnu secretary,
Miss M'ly Austin, Alter the Installa
tion ti fii'slnnents were served and u
Hon. 11. l Titfany wits In town
The marriage of Miss Kertliu 'ap
nell to Mr. Howard . I 'alley was sol
enini.Hil tit the home of the brides
patents yesterday tit II o'clock.
l'wul t.i llie Hu'iilltot! Tlibune.
Tunkhamiock, Dec. .".--At a meeting
of the members, of the bar held ut the
office of ('. O. Der.liini?r, esit., on Mon
day afternoon, tlie trial list for tne
.January term of court was made up.
Kighteen cases, put on for llie term,
are as follows: L,ovina Wagner vs.
Sumtiel Arnold, Issue; Mary A. Ilun
rtle vs. MeKInney & Stevens, issue;
O. K. Slckler vs. Murvin Slckler. issue;
John Connell vs. C. H. Mattliewson et
al., sci fas; C. A. Slsk, administrator,
vs. ('. 11. Matthewson et al., sci fas;
Josephine Ueynokls vs. W. II. !ey
nolds, appeal; George AVhlte vs. Frank
.Mulligan and John J. Sherwood, tres
pass; John Detrlek vs. Frank Mulli
gan and John ,1. Sherwood, trespass;
(leorge llarley vs. Frank Mulligan and
S, W. Haker, trespass; Klllott Hunnell
vs. S. W. linker, trespass; Arthur
Uampsey vs. Frank Mulligan and John
.1. Sherwood, trespass; I.esier A. Da
vidson vs. Frank Mulligan and S. W.
Haker, trespass; Fostr W. Hunch vs.
-. i, Stephens, appeal; W. S. Hubble
vs. Clara 1!. Schooley, sci fas; .Mrs.
George W. Stark vs. J. I', llarpe, sci
fas; George S. Myers vs. Andrew Dai
ley, et al,, trespass; .1. P. Ilnrpe vs.
T. II. Uyan anil It. M. Piatt, appeal;
Joe S, Muson vs. G. W. Stanton, ap
peal. All subpoenas In the above
cases are made returnable on Monday,
Jan. JC, at 2 o'clock.
President Judge E. M. Dunham, who
has been here two days, looking after
the lining of the Jury wheel, has re
turned to his home at I.aPorte.
Mrs. Ciitharlne Townsend, wlio litis
been visiting' friends In Plttstou for
the past week, returned home on Mon
day. The audit In the estate of George V.
Walker, late of Nicholson, deceased,
was held before ,1, Wood Piatt, est).,
at his olllfe here on .Monday nfteruoou,
Hefore II. W. Lewis, esq., us examin
er, tills afternoon, was had the hear
ing In the equity suit of Marvin Slck
ler and C. 10, Slckler. After the tuk-
Ing of considerable testimony It was
agreed to leave the disposition to Wil
liam D, Fi-eiir, Frank II. Welnshlmer
niul A. D. Kresge, arbitrators, their
decision to be final,
Plttstou, Dec 5. The niutilage of
Thomas (lenity, of Scranton, to Miss
Nellie Gerrlty, daughter of Mrs. Thorn
as Qerrlty, of Sehastopol, Jenkins town
ship, was solemnized In St. John's
Roman Catholic, church, this city, at 3
o'clock this afternoon, lit. Rev. Kugene
A. Garvey otttclatlligr. The event was
witnessed by a large company of
friends and relatives, many from Scran
ton. The bride wore a blue silk foul
ard gown, luce trimmings, hat to
mutch. Her maid, Miss Mary Tlgtie,
of this ety, wore purple silk, witli
matched hut, Francis Scaulon. of
Scranton, wus best man. At Wilkes
Barm a reception was held at the home
or the bride's sister, ' Mrs. I'M ward
Dougher. Mr. aud Mr. Gerrlty left for
New York city and Washington. They
will live In West Scranton.
Morgan Beynon, of Parsonage street,
has been appointed alderman In the
Fourth ward, Plttstou city, to succeed
the late Jumes Gibbous.
Wall Street Review.
New Vork, Dee. 5. To-day's mar
ket somewhat reversed Hie speculative
position of yesterday. Tho early part
of the day showed a continuance of
llie reactionary tendency. The pro
fessional traders continued bearish
and sold slocks short but It became
obvious during; tile course of the day
that there was no urgent pressure
to liquidate. Tlie del line in prices
biotisht no large oflerlngs and the
boars were disinclined on this ac
count lo purch.lse their campaign.
Consequently they bought to cover
their contracts and turned tlie market
upwards. The recovery was helped
by strength in a. few stocks. The
strong points in to-duy's market were
amongst the low priced minor stocks,
the Krles, Peoria and Kastern, tivi
Wabash stocks, tlie St. Joe A- Grav.d
Island stocks and othoi-s of that class
bring conspicuous. Total f-ales, Cil,
The bond niark"t was rather active.
Total sales, par value. ?4,09.-.,0nn.
I'nlted States refunding 2s de
clined l-S und the !!s und .Is 1-4 per
cent on the last call.
Scranton Board of Trade Exchange
Quotations AH Quotations Based
on Par of TOO.
l'ii-Bl National U.nk
N'l.nituii SaviiiK" H.iuW
Tl,l.,l Villrtliy 11:1111.
Dime DeuGKlt and lliiioitnt Hunk..
Kroiioniy Unlit. It. i' C. Cu
!..ii'ku. Tiiht Slf Uiqiosit Co
I'ljik & Sinner l.'u., I'l
Sirniiton Iron Pence k Mtg, Co, ,,.
Siiniitun Atle Work
l..iikiivaiin.i Dairy Co., I'r
Cminty SaUniiri I'Jnk k Tiu.t Cu,,
Fir-r National ll.mk (Cuiboiiilale)..
Stiitul.iiil liiilllnu; '"
Tiailet'.' Vatlojul Hank
Seiantoii Holt and Nut Co
su-mien I'js-euger Hallway, tli-t
Moiluage, due WM
IVople'i. Sheet Hallway, lll.t inort
xrjt'. due mis
1'eople'ii SI I eel Huilwny, Uenetal
uiorluaKe, due U'Jl
Ill, I.-... It ll.ldllf.ll IllllllU I'll
baika, Townsliip Siliool fi uer rent, ...
City ol SLiuiiton Si, lnii. ! ht
Siiatiton Tiaellon per eenl 11.1
Scranton Wholesale Market.
(Cotrntcil by , U. Il.le. 87 Uck.w.mu Aye)
Hiittet- Cti'.nneiy, 'jlai'.e.
Kkkh-S'leil wenteni, 31e,i neaib alale, 3tc.
I'lieese- Pull iieani, new, I.e.
Hean-Iei' Int., iliolee uiaiiim, Vi.Ju.
Oi.Ioii-, OIN, per bu,
I'loiu-'Ueit patent, ?I.C0.
New York Grain and Produce,
New Yelk, l'ee. 3. -Flour Mai ket wan leij
tirni anil nemially lielil at lilifliei' priee. ul
thoiisli buyem' iies were uncliurigeil. Wheat
SJot tiinii No. 2 in), TtlUe, I. e. b. jtto.it; ,u.
2 ted, ?M'. elewitnr; Xn, 1 null lit in Dulutli, ble.
(, n, b. ullo.it; options ileeiileilly ateaily lu f.iily
pari ol llie day anil c'loeil aliuut utrady ul !U
r. ailMiuie; tali", iinliuled .Vn. 'J red .l.mu.ny
1'ln.eil TS?ie, Manli, bilf.e.i .May, SOfte, ; lie.
i-en-.ber, 7ee, Corn isujot flrtuj Su. 2, Wv, fie
i.ilur and 17c. (, . b, utlo.tr; optloni uihaneiil
aluiply early In the iUy uml i-lnaid ra.y at e.
iImi on Deeember, but He. "ii May; Hay tlorttl
4'J-c. j lleeember, (6lji'. Oati upot iteaily,
.No, '., 2iHe,i No. 3, SHViCi No. 2 while, SOc,;
No, '4 while, Ki.; tiaik lilllvJ wr.lein, '.'OUu
J71je. lutl; while wi'jletn, 2S(c.;, traik
wlille ktnte, 3B!iu3lc, ; options ipilel hut Hun,
Hiittei-I'iiiu; iieaiiicr.i, JSaSCe, j (aciot), 12a
I 'ilie, ; .lime iieJini-ry, piaJSi', ; linllutlon
ireainery, IJallH'. ; utate ilnlry, lt,a'Jle, t.liefae
I'iini; Uige September, lUie.i ainall Sept ember,
11',1'Ci I'l'K'e late nude, I0.ul0?4i', ; imall late
luiule, lie, KtK Uleadjr; (tale anil 'enMU
vaula, t&aWi-,; wr.lrm ifgular paekinv, ilii
'.'ill:e, i ueateru, o.a otf, 2lk',
Philadelphia Oraiu and Pioduca.
I'lilladelp.hla, lice. 5. Wheat-Firm and le.
hiuliei; luuli-uit (trade, Deeember, 7;i?ia71r. Cora
.SU'diK ; No. 2 mixed Deeember, iV'iaili-. Oat
Firm: No. 2 while clipped. SOe, Uutler
i Unimpeachable Evidence
I Becomes Positive Proof
From the Mother House
of the Sisters of Charity
St. Jc.i'pir-1 Academy,
l'.iiiiui(ti,lMti,', M.I., Oil. ill, lsi.
Mr. Chan. .M. StiiiT.
Dear Sir: We h.oe lieeii nin; the Sliell
IMaiion lor mule Ih.in thlity eui.', uml it Ij
with pleasure we testify our KitKaition ii
lo ilul'.ibilily, rii line", of tone, tie. We
hate elithl u( ilif-e iuilniiuent
use, beMile" twn Ki.mils thai an
in i on, taut
Corn-cut of III (. II. M.,
lteidinir, Pa,, June 14, 18M.
Mr. CIiji. Jl. Stieff.
The Stiell' Piano we have in we (or about
foiuteen yearn; tor (till ability and biillianq',
il uanuot bo surpassed.
Sl.STEnS OF THK
St. Petci'i Academy,
Keailinif, Fa., Oct. 29, 1681.
Mr. Chin. M. Slielf.
&ir: Your Pianos have hem iu lue in Mir
ncaileiuC (or eiirht or nine yearn, and hv
,i(ler twenly ieai iviwii
sisn:ns oi' cuaiiity.
till ill c- i sjieii euliie satisfaction,
SIS'I'KHS OF TI1K
MM 5B Pi
Rt. Jului'. Aijluni,
lTlle.1, N. Y., IVti. 11', Hu.1.
Mr. (.'ha. M. Slietl.
ll.'.ir sir: Too nun Ii eannol be mid lu piak-e
of your excellent piaiiiM. In point "I voliene
and wcetiie of tone I ilu not think llie.i
an be aiiip.ieil, ami I know by fperlenve
that iu durability tliey Miipan othei.
Youi ery liul.l.
A PIANO that can inspire
Bni'frnhi" vou are looking for
St. Fi nines Content,
n.illinioie, Mil., dune i(, S0.
.Mr. rii.i. M. Slid!.
Iteipevti'd Sir: We aie aL pleanure to lay
that liaB been umhk the StlffT Piano (or
ii nuinber ol jeuis linre 18W, and still nie
them in ue iu our Institute. We Und them
uue,ii.illeil in lone, lomli, wmkman?hip ana
ihuiibility. We tender our best wUhra rnv
miir pie'-int and lultiie pronpeiily.
(llll.VI'K slTi:itS OF i'ROVIOKNCK.
such words of praise is the "Piano
We will appreciate a call.
EVERY INSTRUMENT BEARS A TAU- WITH inn rniviu
MARKED ON IN PLAIN FIGU RES.
Pine Tuning- a Specialty.
Sheet Music and Musical Merchandise.
George W. Finn, 138 Wyoming Avenue
m OPEN EVENINGS-
full iie.iiu- fun j email, lli-l do. do. do. (air
to ihoili'. lUlillll'.ll'. Itellliell MIK.IU HMil.
I'oltoll- llHlMIIBld. T.llloA- I'llUli llM- ptilllO,
lu lioadieuiK .'.: riiilitliy do., b.iiri'K l'ai.'. :
i..iki, Slac. I.lli' I'.'iilur-Flim: fowl" und
i'IiIi ki-li.-, tti'iite : old ihkIi'In ikuHai'.: iliul., t.i
pie. ! iiei'M', n.i"1"!'.! nuki'ja, l'i'. Ilievi'd I'oul-in--ste.uh;
l.ilf iliiiuiiid; rowS, i-hoke. i.'.feiltK-. j
ili". fair to' ivoud, s'.jiitv. ; uld loiteiii. To. : nearby
ihliken", IMl'A'.i "M'sleili do,,li.illi.: tin key.,
iholee to lamy, Halle.: we-uin ilu. k, "all'i.
Hiielptx- Flour, :i.ih ii biriel- und L .ivii.omi
pound, lu ael;.; ulieal, H.SUii biuiirU: i"in, II.-IKMI-I
hu.heUi iul, l',Wl blldleK. Sllipliletll.
W'elul, 2,HM liiiaheU; rfiin, 11,11ml ljiilivli mi,
Chicago Guiin und I'roilui'e,
Ihleatio, Dee. 3. t iimi llnii' l"ili. Hie whiut
uuiket aIihwi'iI nod iralns mi i.tuinc rallies but
later teailed on loc.il M'llinv, .Ijiiuuri ilnalim
aleiuly, I.e. Iilnliir: DeirmliiT nun elo.l rv .
higher und Mai .1 h ule lowers i'UH i Iniil ii
uliauitrd und piuiMmii 7'aa0i'. iiupiouil. C.i.b
quotailon Hero iu. (ulhiw. Flour- Dull and rJ, :
No. it piini; xl.iil, iCLa'ti'.-i'.: .No. '! led, 7-.'.i
Tai-i-.i .No. 2 xi-lliift cut it, :t7aii-. ; No. 2 o.il,
2A'l No. II while, ilastk'. : No. 2 Ije, I'u.Mk-.i
No. I ll.iv teed. SI.h7ul.iM No. I mulltwisl,
l,7li llmulli). -Jl.inal.ai; poik, ill,U',s.ill.'J.;
laid, 7,'JOa7.Wla; liba, Jd..'iU.i(l.7J; liiildei, -i!
afi!,!;,: hides, YikVuikiil; whl.key, I.'J7.
BuKalo Live Stock Market.
F.axl HufTalo, ln-. il. ( illlle -Maiket dull,
lead lo loll' (iror Rood (al ldpplni; und heavy
teil but butihei.' loik, iiieilluiii wilidit and
ijuallly .teen, ilull illi "iuu iiiimiM; alei
iholee leailinif atifia loiuliu; iHo-ivur-old'.,
i.h7!it medium IIj'I la I'iW poiiiid. lieu, ll.lu
al.70; IIkIu halt Ul m food nil) lo llJ'l hiili'h
rra, 3.U0a4,'2.ii lal lu-Uiri. iSI.7ual.W; tUht aloek.
rr dull, .ome Irll: ituoil dedei. at 711 to nKi
pi und. aim keri htm, na'i.l; eul lowir: beit,
ViT.M. II".-"' Opened hadi' altouiiei', lull w,ia
lery low for Yolkets and liouv, bet he.uy, W;
mixed and invdiuui, ; 1.11.1 "n Yoikeu, '.t.'.i.'r, few
Kood ieihla. b'D pik. Dl.l'oaj; loiih., $.,",Ua
S; taip, 1.,'Ail In l.'Jo. Mieii und Lamb -Sllonim'
lu 10e. (or luuib: loin, f1.SlljS.ia); lulls
to irod, ifla'i.lj; cheip about oieady, ileuund only
(air; lop-nilxiil, $.i.M)al: uill-, m limul, l.7,lj
.-1.7.1: nt'lhci. ami .ve.iillnus, if I. I0.il.pl; extia.
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Clilraica, Dee. 5. Cjtllo HccelpW. M.UKI; ao
tlK lui'. hlkdii'i'i I'lililnu' atoik ateaJy to
Bltoiiser, ii.il Iv -, beat on ale todaj, one carload
at tii.lil; ami p. hue 'lifts latl.M.a, poor
in iiiidluiii, la1.:('r. M-leilrd teedel", ateady,
vl.7.1.ll.-'ii mixed .Im ken, ,'-'Ja3.7.'i; iuw, t'IMi
ul.Ti; belli r-.. iJ.li.1.il.Uli r.inenra, inodly HV.
hblier, .I'.'.tiili bulb. Ni.flO.il.oil; ialvi'H .low,
iowei, M..1u.i'i.'-'.1. Texana lleielpts, .1111; h
on Kile lodiiv. II iMilikiiU al ",75; 'lexai led
leer, Jla.1; Texan iu.ii le'eia, l.;Ula(.l"ii Tex
bullf, T.'.'.'.laX'il. Ilocs- lt.'ielpl ("day, 31,1101,
ti.nii.iiow, '.'i,lii); i".tlmaled led over, 4,IKI; it
Ilk, hluher; i lo.inir eidei ; lop. l,u.1; mlxrd and
hiiuheia, l.i.u.il.'i.1', Looil In i hob e heavy, Hl.tai
iii'; iniisli do., l,41.tl'i1; IlKht. l.)a4.lifi;
bulk o( a.di, M.i.lal.Nl. xieep--lteieipt, l?,noll;
sheep and LiiiiIk, ceuerally ateaily lo ahonj;
I'liolee, ali.nlo lilither: trooil tn elioiee wrtliPK,
l.il,IU; lair lo rliolre niixeil, $-1. 7.1a , 0.1; weatern
beep, lal,in; 'li'a aheep, i.nil.i:i,(iii; uathe
lainba, Ma.l.'ai; neiteui l.iuib, (.7.1a-1..1il.
New York Live Stock.
New loik, Dei1. .1. -lleeiea Sleeia more ai-ti;
linn to a aluile hluher; built aud ioivi aerafd
ali.idy; Ihiu tows uneieii liom llie, lilcher In 10,
lower; iisiii and ataKs, rt.'Sim.W, hiilli, W.Su
;i.7.1; iholie l.ii aud expoil do,, W.Wal.W; eowt,
SI,Hb:i..11: iholee lal, do.,, t.80J(. Cahei
sle.idv lo -J-'ii-. oei; under itiadea tlow; val,
itas,.Vi; ni.i'-ei-, ii..1l).i:i; iiicwtl.i, 4i..K!i2.7J;
tiurlini;.. Ja-.',.1l). iiepi -I'lnii; lamtai, lllatSn,
hUher; .aheep, ti.dl.l', rulla, tl.'JIi.'; Umka,
i-Vuil; iiilU, .'l..10a,.1il; Caujiliaii Iambi. J.7l
llo.'i Flliner feeling, ipmled at rt.nAi5.WI.
East Liberty Stock Mavkst,
K.i.t l.llieliy. Dee. S.-Callle-Steadi ; eitrt.
bl, Ulj.l.iiii: pi I mi-, f" ul -.'.'i I I'omiuou, tii5vi.
Ileus- sliout; and hialher; lieuy hot 4.aij;
niedluina, t.J.i-1; Kood Yoikel., 1.904.1)5; plf.
SI.KU.1; ioiiuIik, $.1.. Ilia 4. i a I. Slirtp-Stridv,
ihohe uellieiii, I.SUa(; loiimioii. (l.jW4t.mi;
ilioii-e laii'lu. 1.:ii'aJ.JU; loioinon to oo., .14
.l.'.M; leal calve, W.,H)a?,
The Best Cold Cilia
lr one you' can taltp without interrup
tloii to IhihIiii'.ss. One that doee not
eifect the lioad or hearing like th en
tlnued life of ttullltne. Onu that tvtTM
fpeedlly and leaves you (MlI&tT frssh
mid cloar-headed. Surh a one la
l'tattso's Cold Citifl. Prlca 2ia Bol4
hy Matthews Bioh.