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fTHE SORANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1901.
Otto Schemtnnnn's Body in a Vault
in Olen Dyberry.
Peiil to tho Scrtnton Tribune
Tlonosduli?, I-Yli. 1. The U'liiiilni nf
Otto Srliommann, who was found fro
zen to death In hln liou.so neap Bceloy
vllle on Thtirndny Inst, has boon plnccil
In the public vault In (lien Dyberry,
while nn effort is beltiR inmlc to find
Komo relative, 7n 1S73 ho cnnio to
Honcsdtile, hn fcel it swltule life, ton
ccallnff the (actitlty of lulutlvtH If his
has nny, and would not nllovv nnyono
to enter his house which, after hln
death, wan found lllled with nil kinds
of merchandlM1, imrrclH of crackers,
i iibpb of canneil Roods and wines, dry
Roods, tools, many nrlgltiul packages
unopened, lln always had plenty of
money, which he received fiom some
source unknown to any here. He
bought Roods In quantities, and lived a
very peculiar life. He had two boxes
In tho Honesdale postoillco which were
filled dnlly with .(lei-man pnparft and
most of the New York dallies, The
floors of his house were found coveted
fiom ono to two feet deep with un
opened dally and other papers. His
dteFS was also of a peculiar style. He
wns about CO years of ubc, and would
not converse with nny person nbout his
Individual matteis. Ho enmo here,
supposedly ftom Now York. Further
than this nothing N known nf him.
Jprilal to the Scranton Tribune.
Montrose, Fob. 11. Mis. William S.
Mulford Is tho nuest of relatives In
Little Kllen Hulplti, tUushter "t
Lindloid Georue Ilnlpln, of the Kx
I'hunge hotel, Rave a lunre number of
her friends a Jolly sklsluide on Sat
urday afternoon and then gave them
a fine supper ut the hotel.
William H. Dormi, who lias had a
Ferious attack of the pi-lp, Is slightly
Miss Fannie Carter, of Mlddletown,
X. Y.. Is the truest of her hlster, Mrs.
Oeorco Denel, In this place.
Miss Josle Scarle, duiiKlitfi' of Mr.
and Mrs. K. n. W. Seurle, of Susaue
hanna.ls visiting; at tho homo of Hojrer
S. Searlc, on Chenango street.
Hyde Crocker, after an illness of
several weeks' duration, Is able to
walk out occasionally.
A party of young- people front this
place attended a patty nt the home of
M. Qualu. in Franklin, on Friday
Hcv. Haskell B. Benedict, pastor or
tho Methodist Episcopal church, was
suddenly taken ill early Satutday
morning and has since been In a very
serious condition, though a turn for
tho better Is reported today, nnd It is
bellovcd by the nttcndlng physician
that the tlne.atoned attnek of pneu
monia mny be averted.
The Jury In the vase of Waterman
vs. Tho Delawate, Lackawanna and
- Western Railroad company, which was
the center of Interest nt court Inst
week, was out all Friday night nnd
until late In the afternoon on Satur
day, when n verdict of $1,300 for the
plaintiff w.is. letttrned. The amount
asked for was SiS.OOO.
Owing to the pastor's Illness, the
Methodist pulpit In this place was oc
cupied yesterday by Rev. D. C. Haines
in tho morning, nnd by Iter. J. W.
l'utnam In the evening.
The local stockholders In tho Lacka
u.mnn and Montrose Hnllioad company
iccelved cheeks on Friday covering tho
three per cent, dividend dcclated at
the annual meeting seveial weeks ago.
Favorable i oporto are received by
ft lends In this place from Rev. P. F.
Brodrlck, pastor of St. John's church,
Susquehanna, who Is sojourning in
Michigan for the benefit of his health.
At it meeting of the Montrose Co
operative Canning company, held in
tho arbitration room at the court
house on Saturday, it was decided that
the coming season the company would
purchase produce from the farmers
outright, paying the highest maiket
ptlcc In cash. This will doubtless give
better satisfaction to the farmers thnn
the strictly co-operative and profit
sharing plan which was employed last
year, and which netted tho pioducets
peili! to the t-cranton Tribune
Forest City. Feb. 11. Catherine, the
little, daughter of Hugh Palmer, died
of pneumonia, nt tho home of its
grandparents in Starrucca Friday af
,Are not much in evidence among Ameri
can women. The women of America
are workers, and a weak waist handicaps
worker. But woman has a greater
luuulcap than a
, weak waist. She
ntay have a per-
lcct loan, beauti
ful and strong in
all its lines, and
yet be weak be
cause her htrength
is undermined by
to her hex.
There is no room for argument as to
the weakening effect of these diseases.
There it also no room for argument as
to the power of Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription to cure them. It regulates
the periods, stops unhealthy drains, heals
inflammation and ulceration, and cures
female weakness. It is a purely veget
able preparation, and cannot disagree
mth the weakest constitution. There is
no alcohol in "Favorite Prescription,"
and it is entirely free from opium,
cocaine and all narcotics.
Sick women buffering from chronic
forms of female diseases are invited to
consult Dr. Pierce by letter free, nnd
so obtain the invaluable advice of a spe
cialist in the diseases of women. All
correspondence strictly private and sa
credly confidential. Address Dr. R. V.
Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
' Words cannot tell how grateful I am for jour
kind advice and good medicines," write Mrs.
John Cooke, Hatting, Northumberland Co.,
Ontario. "I lisd been in poor health for lour
years back, and this apriug pot to bad 1 could
not do my work. I went to flic doctor1 nud lie
said I had ulceration uud falling of the interna!
organ, but I thought I would try) our 'Favorite
Prescription.' I took five bottfra and three of
th 'Golden Medical Discovery and one Ut
of Dr. Plerce'a Pleasant Pellet, and I can aafely
say that 1 never felt bettor in my life. I hare
poke a well of your medicines wherever I have
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets keep the
liver healthy, They assist the action of
"Favorite Prescription '' when a laxat'ie
ternoon. Tlio funeral took place Sun
day afternoon and interment wai
made In the Catholic cemetery at that
lit. Rev. Kthelbort Talbot, bishop of
Centrnl Pennsylvania, preached in
Christ Episcopal church Friday nnd
administered the iltc of confirmation
lo a number of people.
A largo number of I he ft lends of
Herbert Reynolds gave hint tii surprise
Friday evening. They assembled ut
his home at nbout half past seven,
and nt S o'clock the Stan Drum eorju
stole Into the yard nnd played n few
ot'leetlons nnd proceeded to make
thems'-lves teady to spend the even
ing, (lames and nitislo were Indulged
in, which made tho evening u meriy
tine. Refreshments were seived nt a
lale hour. The following Is the list
of those who attended the event:
Misses Blanche Parrow. Nellie Avery,
Hello Woseolt. Mary Colburn, Sarah
nilftlllw. Maggie Hopkins, May Mon
toe, Kvn Monioe, Myrtle Martin, Josle
Martin. Maty Jones, Stella Davis,
Delia Kane, Rose Meddleton, Made
line Darrow, Esther Davis, Anna
May, Rebecca McDormntt. Winnie.
O'Horo, Maude llollenback, Florence
Knrnes, Rose Karnes, Mnry Davis,
Mnry Dutchman. Dor.i Ciilgg, Mnry
Morrison, Kate Karnes Miss Johnson,
Anna P.trkyn, Petit 1 Stull. Jos-do Stull,
Lottie Reynolds, Lavlna Reynold;!,
Jane Roberts und Mesrs. Thomas
Wntklns Albert Rucklln, Ernest Hick,
John Shepheid, Edward Lewis, Wil
liam Jones, Philip ElchoUer. John
i Jones, Ray Alexander, Ostium Snedo
j ker, Elmer Hollcnbnck, Elmer Jones
'Sidney Lott, Alfred Hnnls, Frank
Darrow. Martin Kntnes. Frank Dotd,
('nil Bartholomew, Lavestlo Kane,
Michael Connolly, Tlmothv Connolly,
Ralph Wofctgate. Henry WIlllaiiH,
Cliailt's Burns. John Brain, William
McDcrmolt, John White, Thomas
Meddleton, John MlsUell. Harry Uu
tan, William Lewis, Feed Jennings
Earl Pentecost, Oweii Cawley and the
I Star Drum corps.
Ptof. C. C. Movies, t.r Hallstead.
county superintendent of schools. Is
bote today. He is thl week visiting
the school" along the Jefferson
According to the lust census, Forest
City is considerably larccr than any
other town In Susquehanna or Wayne
counties. It is growing.
The Delaware and Hudson am pay
liur their employes today.
The luneral of John L. Weslgutu
took place Sunday nt f o'clock, nt his
late home on Susquehnnna stteet,
Rev. H. J. Crane, of (Jnlondale, offi
ciated. In temicnt was made In the
Special tu the rjntou Tribune.
Honesdule, Feb. 11. Russell Van
Kuren, of New Yotk, spent Sunday
with his patents on Third street.
Miss Lucy IMgott left this morning
for Now York city, whoie she will be
tho guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Reveriy
."smith" for two weeks.
Clarence K. Decker, of New York,
has been spending u few days with his
parentis on Third street.
Preparations are being made by the
ladles of the Presbyterian chinch for
their annual Martha Washington din
ner, which will be given in tho chapel
on Friday evening, February 22.
Mrs. C. T. Hull, of Athens, P.t., vio
linist, and Miss Julia Cruser. or Mont
iose. Pa., elocutionist, will give an en
tertainment in tho Methodist church in
this place on Thursday evening, Feb
The Iadle3 of CStace Kplscopal chuich
will serve a supper in the .Sunday
school loom of the chuich on Thurs
day evening, February H.
The lecture on "Ancient Egypt," de
livered by Rev. E. C. Armstrong in the
court house on Friday evening, was
enjoyed by a large and appreciative
audience. Tho tulns of the temples
found in tills ancient country were
thrown on canvass and beautifully de
scribed by the speaker.
The Erie will run an excursion to
New York on February 22. and return
February 21. Fare from Honesdalc, $2.
Mr. and Mrs. Willard P. Coon, of
Clark's Green, ate visiting the parents
of the latter on Third street.
At last a move has been made to
place a monument over the grave of
Samuel Meredith, tho first treasurer of
the United States, whose grave is near
the village of Pleasant Mount, this
county. A bill has been Introduced In
tho legislature by Representative J. D.
Brennan, whose home Is in Pleasant
Mount, appropriating $7,500 for that
Tho annual election of trustees of the
Presbyterian church will be held on
Wednesday evening In tho chapel.
The Mail and Express, the illustrated
Saturday magazine, of February 2,
contains an Illustration of "Sir Roger
Do Coverley at Carvel Hall," from the
painting by Miss Jennie Crownseombe,
of Honesdale. This painting was seen
In Peterson's window last summer. It
Is now In the Academy exhibit In New
The next number In the Christian
Endeavor entertainment course will bo
given by the Lotus Glee club, Monday
evening, March 1.
Miss Lizzie Aunger died ut her icsl
dence, on Eighth street, nt 11 o'clock
Saturday night. The funeral services
will bo held nt her late residence on
Tuesday nfternoon nt 2 o'clock. Rev.
James P. Ware will offlelate. Inter
ment will be In Glen Dyberry ceme
tery. She was llfty-three years of age,
had been a resident here all her llfo
nnd a member of Grace Episcopal
church. She leaves to mourn her Ios8
Mrs. Janes "Whitney and Miss Melen.
of Honesdale, and a Inrgo elrclo of
Sj (trial to the Scranton Trlbuns.
Susquehanna. Feb. 11. There was a nuv de
velopment today in the F.rle boiler makers'
strike, i pen fifty-foe mc-i from N'cv Votlt and
Iho cut weiu biought here to work In (lie boiler
shop. Tho men arrived lust nlsht, acrompinled
b imo took. They will lodife and be (ed In
the bop. 'Hie iicm mntp ol the Millcn will
bo audited with Inteie.t.
Tho lltle Ilallrojd company hai a comkUr
able fouo oj ofllicH fiom Dlncluiutoii and
elsewhere gusullng- its ptonerty here. Tlieic
lut been notliln? uppioachini," dUoider and none
is apprehended. Tlio posting of piards is a pre
Sidney Mailers, an old reldnt of Tumplle
Irett, today underwent a sniflcal operation for
a diseased leg,
lr. Daild Wheat on, of HouielLillte, li thu
(tvest of Mr. and Mrs. Chsrles Peebe, of Oak
About r". la .p-isl election will be held in
IhU Iwioui'i In Toti iipun the pirpmltlon to
(mild a central fire station, and to bond the
borough lo raise sufficient money to pay for the
I)r. M. U M11W was protcsilonilly trxijed
In Klmlra on bunday.
The common council his abandoned Its rro
Ject to purchase tho old Trancrlpt building on
Kutlld avenue for a fire station for Keystone
Hook and ladder company, No. 1.
J. 8. Drandt ll about to discontinue the mtr
candle budneos at Drandt.
I'.tlc General Superintendent Van Kcsier was
It town on Sumliy.
The annual county Christian KnJesior con
tention will be held at llrookl.rn the latter put
Tho soma! lile shopmen's unions held meet
Inits nn b'unday,
Carbondale and llallslejd sppesr li hn necL
snd neck In the rice for a county eit.
It. M. Demon, of JacVon, is aliout tu erect
a resident Inthls place.
The l'rle h.u placed trespa nollccs in Its
shops and .ssrds.
Tli approi'lilng tiuitlise of Frank Irvini
nnd Mls Mlnnln cllir, of (lie Oakland Hide,
The Ladies' auxiliary to the llrotherliood of
I.ocomotlre Kiremen will hold a "lallco" hop
In Ilogan Opeia Hou'e on Tuesday evening,
The counly ronmiUsloiitiii will. Kelt. ;:, hear
appeals from Simquelianna aKement.
The Nnqticlumu County Teatheu' Institute
will be held at Montrme, commencing Oct. 21
and i losing Oct. 2..
Tlii pupils of one of the department of the
'ectid ward public vhnol a lew days since
Hlritil: ogaltist their techeri. Tlu prindpal
inollltled the strikers' loiiimltteu and peace
reigns on l.jurcl strret.
Sevci.il peiKoiis weir baptized in the llaptlit
ill ith on Sunday.
The Mcramcnt of the boid'i Kupier wai ad
ministered in Hie I'rcilntetlan dmrili nn Sun-Lit.
Srwi lal lo the crantori Tribune.
liUor.vlllo, I'eb. 11. Friday evening, Feb. 15,
at tho Methodist rpUcopal clitirch, under the
sntp!ce of Iha I'.pw-oith league, Hcv. ", O.
.Slmptun, 1). P., pantor of tho Abury Mclliol.U
Kpiscopal tliurch, of Stranlon, will rIio read
ing! from Ian Mnclaren, author of "Honn.o
llrier llnh," "Tho CoIIjpm' of Mm. Mcl'ajden,"
"Tho Apptal to Ssitar.'' ru-. Dr. Simpson's
ability nn th works of Ian M.iclarcn is welt
known, and tbosa falling In hear hint wilt iiiIm a
late (real. Aitiutvlon will l fue.
Jtis. .loharm.i Iteynolil, of V1 Nkliution,
died at the homo of her son .lo-rpli Sunday
ulglit from heart trouble and gcnctal debility,
she wa 8.' jicais if age and was halt1 und
buaitv until about four weeks ngo. It will be
reinembeted that the attended nil of Ihn Hey
nolda family reunions at this place for tho past
few yc.ii, she hilng the oldest lte.tiidldi piesoit.
Of lur liiiineillalu tiinlly slic is iiiriiird by one
en, Joeph, nnd one daughter. Mis. John Slier
tiinn, of Mcliobnn. Thu lunei.il will take place
today at the rcldeiiie of lur son, wheie fhe died
at 1 oMock. Inleunint in Slaik cemetery.
Factniyiille eiieampment, Xo. 211, I. O, O. F.,
will meet tomorrow (Wednesday) night In regu
lar edon. The flrnt degiee will bo confcuetl.
The ladles and congregation of the Methodist
Fplicnpal church will fjiic a Mirtha. Wathlng
leu tot and enlciluinmtnt, uiteinoon und even
ing, of Feb. 22, Washington' birthday. Fiery
one it invited to appear in the colonial costumes
to psy respects to flcorgo and Maitha.
Itecoidir of Ileeds W. If. Shaw- and family
fcpent Sunday at tlie home of tMr. and Mrs. A. A.
It la reported now tint the lckawinni and
W.vornlrig P.iirjmen's aiioclatlou is sdne to
add a feed mill lo the creamciy lieie and grind
their own feed. It is lUlinerl thot they (an
turnMi their own feed at about half what they
ran pmchae it for elseivheie.
In commemoration of Abraham Lincoln the
(I. A. II. pot of this place will give nn enter
tainment and lecture ut tho MethodM Upiscopal
iliureh this (Tuesday) riming. Don't mi hear
ing ltev. Van Cliff lecture on "The Life and
Service of Abiaham Lincoln." The eiiUrlainim nl
and lecture is free, and nil arc cordially imbed
to be piescnt. The Mtthodlt Fplsc-op.il tliunli
choir will rciidercil M'vcral htlections of appro
prhte mtnie and will be agisted by Mrs. JI. II.
Foster a organIt. Don't ml it.
Cants are out announcing th fiftieth wedding
ar.nlversary of Mr. and Mra. benjamin II. Cap
well Jt thtlr home cdtie-ilay, Fib. -11, Irom 7
lo 10 o'clock
S intAiKILAL. g
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S.OADKMV. uw telle lliamaiu loiiipaiij.
Matinee und night.
(J lirrv. London (.aieti filrN. Mat Inn and
Dan L. Halt's Latest Piny.
M-lbouine," the latest play fiom the gilied
m.d piollllo pe;i or Dinlil I.. Halt, of Wilke?
liarrc, prcrenled at tho Lytevtn last iiiglil. Is
the slrongent hit of I'lamatle writing tlut Mr.
Halt has done. When In! w ctllod befcic tl.e
curtain for a speech after the cutiln went
down on thu second act lie mid It was le.illy tlu
Hut pioduitlon of the l'liy as it prcentalion nt
F.lixabeth, X. J., Friday night win in the ua
tuie oi a dieM leheaisal He thanked the ko.
I In of Scranton In his graceful way for the large
audience present 1 1 see his latent offering to the
Impel fet as last nLjIit't- ii.rfornuuce was it
showed that "Melbourne'' Is u idrong play and
alter It Is whipped Into shopi? will undoubtedly
be a success in IU picscut shape It Is half an
hour too long and the waits between oine nl
the sct will have to be reduced. ITnfamlliarlty
ot members of tho cit with thtlr line caused
the play to drag last nlsht and almost ilesttoyd
the effects of seme of the best scenes, (..iter
these will be glwn a much different rendition
than they leeched last nighl. An cxapciatng
occuuenco was (he Illness oi Theodoie Dab
cesk, cst for the Important role of Hoi ico
Ulaliensee. Harry J. licenan took the p.ul and
(hough he had it only a tew hours did mar. el
ously well M.d piovcd hluu.elt J. ciy t,pab!
plaj'ir. lie icijuiit'd much prompting snd Miicial
of the ncenes hid to be altired somewhat on
his account. Ml. Halt, howevu, lu-aility run
gratulsted hlmsell last night In having had (he
good fortme to tvevuo so tleur a nun as
Kceiian tu tide over the rmergeney. In the lst
net two character! lud to be mused Into one
because of llw iilnesji of another plajer.
These matters oro worthy of note because tliry
how that "Melbomnc" had a lather uphill (tc
of it last nighl. It has a good story, oi strong;
Interest, well told and when the change', neces
sary with every new play huie lieen made It
ought (o do much to expand the fume and foi
bine of Playu-rllc Hill.
Sawtelle Dramatic Company.
The JfB'le Saw telle innirauy opened n we?k'
engagement at the Aca'lem.v id Musli ljst eini.
ing, piesenting for the Initial jx-rfoTinanee "T.ie
Victorian Cross," a ny strong sensational diaiua
lull of thrilling situations and rparlding comeil;.
Thu company Is exceptionally well selected aii'l
from an artistic ttimlioint is tar ahnve the
aieiajo npertolro organiutlon. MLvs .lexie
Sawtelle, the star of the company, 1 an in.
(rem of tnero than ordtnuty ability and deplitid
the mle of Kate Mavnaid, the daughter nf tl e
general In a very creditable manner. Her co
tnnies iveio a teudallan id the modiste's ut t.
Tho laudeillle members of the toinpauy In
tioduccd new and up to date secialllm. Little
Dot, a phenomenal child unl-t, ilaneed and
fang heixlf Into (lie heaits of II. e audienic, and
mi doubt but that ehe will be u gieat ilriuli'j
caid during tin wick's iiigugiiiuiit. Ferdinand
Ashby and Maude llon1an.in ore veiy closer
Ai.d tho laugtlmo slugirg uud tlaiulug ol
Ilrandow and Arilngton, "(."oonton' Itin," w u
(citalr.ly a featma cf the Krfoimance. Th.
seeneiy carried by (he Saivlelle inmpany h
elaborate und beautiful and added wcmUiiulh'
in (he staging of the drama.
Tills afternoon "Tint Deill's Mine' will bs pi
nut nl und tonight, W. .1. I'M. Una's gteat sen
sational melodrama, "The Orlp of lecl," wPI
he ofleiei). This will bu (he rli.t time IhU pls,v
has been glveu In this city at popular prices.
London Gaiety GUIs.
The London Gaiety Gills appealed at the
(Islety yesterday and were greeted by large
houses. The work of the acrobats was nu!
ahlv Hie in. -t im'ie.iiug feutiues nf the rn
SPECIAL DISEASES OF MEN
I Do Not Treat All Dis
eases, but Cure
All I Treat.
If joii ai j siifleting front any dlsese or cotiili
tlon peculiar to iren, or If you hava been dls
appointed in not getting a pmiurent cure, I
want vett to conin and tuvo a socl.il chat ullli
n.e. I will explain lo jvu MY SVSTFM OF
TIIKATMUXT, wlilcli I have originated and de
veloped after my wholu llfe'i experience In ttcit
Ini' spechil dlea.ses of men. I have no belts,
s,ccl!icn, trie samples, trial treatments or electro
medical combinations or similar devices which
elo not and taiituil cure diseases peculiar to men.
My cdmulloii, my cxperlene-e, my conscience, my
lcputallon condemn alt such ipiaikcry. If J on
will pay rue a visit I will ghv you FIlF.i: OF
CHAllflF. u thoiougli pcisonal examination nud
n knnMl rt.itnln.t rf ,'ft? met. If ttti .11., tu.
curable I will tell jou so, and adil-e )mi
mat von win not no nui inuggcu ny uncrupiiiiM
piuctlllniieis whi elabn (n euro nil. If after
examining )ou I find jou curable, I will inv.iie
.von ot it ieimiti-ut i'ut, inarmucli as 1 will give
jou a vuiltui guarantee to refund you every
cent you l.e paid ino In case I fall to ellcct
a cure. I mike XO CHAliaF, FOH MFIllCINi:.
a.s tt.ey me iilwas Included in tho nominal
fee nakul. and you know to tho tint before
.voit slait what your whole lieatment is going
to (list, nnd I will make no false piomlses ut to
Hie lime for the soke of getting jou ns a pathrt,
as I prc.ml-e only what I euu do, und do ns 1
Is an enlugeMCnt of tlio scrotal veins anil to the
touih tiels like ft buneh of woitni, uud is a
coi.dilinu (hat will in time ultimately hid lo a
complete .i-u of nil powus uud under jou u
nciioiis wieik. I euro it without tlio u of n
l.nlfc. Ml claim for this cure is that I um the
s is lit iilit'li- 1 1ti Ifi i tie rllir lint ,)! uiTinl a am.
M '-". P.1CIWI ISW ,f HSt 1.MB IIIV VHIV
n uliliout (uttlnif. I ill stvc J on by pcuuiviiou
'I ramiA i'f pilieiiU tlut lave hocu IrMtoil l.y
llifvrlitlttw (ll thill MfV Dllil wins r.itlo.l t, rVll.t
(l,(M, jihI lio wtto pei7iiamnMar cuml by m.
SPECIFIC BLOOD POISONING.
I the most nlhom of all diseases and It n.Jy
lie hriedltarj' or acquired. Tlie lirsL symptom
being sn ul'Kr, then pain In hones, utccratl.vi of
CONSULTATION AND ADVICE FREE.
Dr. Mackenzie's Medical and Surgical Offices
Rooms 208-209-210 Pauli Building, 426-428 Spruce Street, Scranton, Pa. Take Elevator,
Special (o the Scrantoii Tribune.
Tov.ind.1, Feb. 11. Tlie twentieth ciutuiy mr
nlial and fair held the part week undtr tli
amplccs of the FranUIn .ktcnmer company clo-ed
on Satuiday cieiilng and the t-icnt proveil 11
giand sue cess. Many prlres were won, anion,?
them being the tontest for :i tllainond ring be
Ivvi'in Jiiws Lillian Ilutk nnd Helen l'rince, the
The ll. Andiews "glx paluie," lvhkli wns
well appreciated in Towanda la.l wcelv, will be
in rijmojlU this wttk. Their entertslnment l
fust class and de-rfrns the lwst nf patronage.
.lames I. 1'rliice has moved fiom Atlum to
O. i:. i-nilili. a Sajrc sicu0Kiaplu.r, lu lat.cn
a position Willi Stegmaltr k on, at Wilkes
Ilarre. Mrs. Iliidtct Vail, one of tiiju-S oldest rel
dints, died on Ihitrsdny, aged Tl jear.
Charles W. Clapp, aged sixty-eight jears,
died at his home In Atlien on Kiturd.li'.
Several Waierly speculators aie inteicsted in
Hie coiiioratlou of the Maverly Ifardnare Special
Mrs. lliullj' line tiled at Waveilv on Tliiirdar,
oged jo j cars. 1'our sons arid a daughter sur
vlie her, one of Hie former being Dajtou C. Iloe,
Ilev. Dr. Lamb, of Philadelpliia, lint bten
choen i-ector of the Episcopal pirlsli nt Wja-lu-iiig.
He will also, preach at TunUuiimoch.
In tho ctiinlnil court last week William Well
ing, formerly of ninghauiton, was found guilty
of Involuntuij manslaughter afUr a trial lusting
two and a half tins. Hie prisoner caused the
death of Silas Moon, a farmer lliltig near New
Albany, last N'oitinhcr. The maximum sentence
Is (wo j ears in the penitentiary.
Inteiesting sessions of the Biadfonl County
IVailiers' assoilittion weie held at Towanda on
I'riday and Saturday. An able addicss was given
by Dr. W. H. (irltlis, of Ithica, on Friday even
ing. Ills subject was "CiM and New Japan."
.1. W. Stone, of Canton, bat bien appointed
master and examiner In dlvone eases of (his
Hdward Hiker, of Milken Iline, lux been spend
ing a few diys in T'onandi,
Miss lU.s Chorion Is vlsiiiug friends in Con
necticut, Mrs. Ilobeit II. J.rmlng, of till, place, baa bent
chosen ulteinatii delegatn nf the TunMiannotk
ehipter of the Piughters nf (he Aniericnn Ilev
olutiou, (o lepreseut tho order at the national
congress at Washington thin week.
All application lias been made hi thu .Slate
Line and Sullivan railroad and llarclay-Ilillroad
companies to thu foretry department of agri
culture asking for assistant o in securing a plan
to prevent the oecmrence of forest llrci on their
pmpeity, which occur annually.
Miss Martha flavlord, of Wj-.iuliig, has been
spending a few tla.is wilh her brother, 11. 'i
fiavlord and other friends.
Leonard Morris, of '-outli lliantli, foimeily a
well Unown and popular landloid, died on 'I'liui.-daj-,
aged 03 j-cart. Ills wife preceded him by
only five dav.
Mrs. C. T. Hull, th- talented ilollnW of
Allans, will sasut in an enleilainiiieul at
Honesdale this week. Mis. Hull hai gained a
wido reputation as u musician, us she his re
ceived the ben of foielgn Instiuitlou nnd her
selections alwsjs win applsiue. rrowded houses
alwais gleet her whenever she makes a local en
gagement. Miss I'.IU Cn-ielln, of .Scianton, has been
spending n fiw daja Iniu with her parents.
A new cicameiy building is being erected at,
John Maithall day was piopeily ob-eived by
the atlorne.vs nnd tonit of this count.v.
The American Hihlge tonipany of the Alliens
branch has secured Hie contraet for a large steel
draw-bridge oicr Harlein liter, at ew Voik.
The members of W.HUih post. (I. A, It,, ale
ptcpire to ohsene Washlnglon's blitliilav'.
The mnulage of .Mini T. Stewait and Miss
M.utie Moody will occur at the I'lilieirtllst
chilli fi Tuftrilay euiilng, IVb. IX
rain siiu c.iia -1-'" - . -.-..,, um cuiuioi
bo cured by the use of HAI.l.'K (JATUIItU
ci'iiK. I'ltxNK j chi:m:v.
Swoiii lo below me and subscribed In my
pit'sence, this hill daj of December. A. I)., 16-J,
freal.J A, W. ni.EASON,
Hall's CsUirii Cuie Is taken Internally, and
aits directly on (he blood and mu'-oui surfaces
of the system. sml lor testlniflnlils, fiee.
1'. .1. i:ili:NT,V & CO., Toledo, O.
snld bv Diuialns. T'ki,
llsll's I'smlly f'lllt ait the best.
Mate of Ohio, City of Toledo, I.mas (unnn. s.:
I'llsNK .1. CIIIAIJV makes oath ,ut , (,
sudor partner of (he t'.ini of ", ,f. ( ;.;y J;
CS)., doing biulness In the Mtr of Toledo, County
and htatc oforesihl, and that said turn will pay
the sum oi oi: iir.siimm ixjuahs for
Nothing but Curable
inoutli and llno.it, falling out of hull and
an ciupllcn of the hue m.d body, 1 eatc
not who hai treated jou nor bow uuny
have failed In luring jou, I cm cure .von by
my SSIF.M OF Tlli;Vl.li:.T Just in wire
us jou will come tu mj- olflu-, Iheiehy iiv
-urlng jou when eliud Jeiur hnnet and '.s
sue arc not de-ttcjed.
And euil-miuun tual sap the iclj life fnu.i
jou and later lead to the tumplrtc Uwt of
nil powers stopped forever In 10 to 1! dijs,
Vftll Street Review.
New ils, l'c!i. 11 Tline was u ncuible tl
dine In the lolumc of bu'lne's In the tock t--clji.go
texlay und the most active stocks acic
those undir pus-sure v.-itu the cueptlon ot Union
i'.icltie, which w biH-ghl with icr)itency on u
tiring scale. Tlie iiutl.it v.'us ngafn cluracttr
lcd by the wide muuuui.1 In n vciy large nuii
Ki of uninioitaiit stocks whicli ail- senium
prominent In the tleallius una which sonu- tunc
tlo not uppear in the reconl ot transactions tot
'.ml; at a time. In tills class some ot thoc re
i li.tly brought funiaid into .oiiilnciii-o tcu
I liiueil uetlii- ut luriher adiuuct-s, while otliero
nut ptoflt taking nnd n(.aln turned back. Aiuon
those ncvvly lUtid I'otl Doe'ige, whiili roso S',
I'm- Mauputti- 21, Wi-iotislii ( cntiul l'.j, ilo.
Ilttiiieii JVt, Me:.lcali National is, slid Mobile
nnd Ohio !':,. (Tiua-ao ami t'oisteiii Illinois was
cci.spicuous for .1 violent rise of 'U, the pu
ttrie.1 stock rising 4 and rallying Kvuiuvillei und
Ttn-e Haute 2'4 alter it ihtlli.e ol a point. Minks
in tlilt class wile onlv prominent, howi-vi-i.
lclitivclj- speaking, bj conlia-st with then- usual
olscurll.1. The movimcnt in the ger.ciul list
was cMmrely coiifusul all day and tl.e gre.iur
pr.it of the elav's bivincss In tlie stand ud i.iii
i ci.al sleeks wat t'oiie belcvv Saturday's Uvil.
Theie was vim.- veij heaij sellimr ft Atild'on
and at one also of Union racitic. A strong rally
lu the latter ctoik jnd an ad'.'anic In Alchi-ou
lo u7 bioii'sht the- maikit gemially to tin- l-i'-t
of tho day. 1'nl-m I'aclfie vvus lifted 2 point
oier .satiird.v and thu preferred 1?1, 1'ennsyl
vai.la was the only Inactlie tiadlug stock aiuoiu.
Ill- standaul lailioads that loso .'is muili us a
point i"ei' eiatunlav anil lu fict no lallroad sloe!;
ot iuiportaree fell as much as a point below
hiluriliv at any time, thus indicating tho gen
eral slugghimess of tl.e market 'tlie siieclaltUa
did bcttei, Sugar iMng ut one time 2 points ami
lVo.iy t'as 2, l'..clnc Mill lose 2i and In
tctritlon.il Taper 2-"1,. Western Union was ad
t aina! I A on desltngs atrrlhuted to a pool. Tho
steel stocks shareel In tl.e sluggishness of the
general inarktt and only thu pu-feiied stocks o,
inij ol Hie companies shoved m lunch a.s n point
above Siturda.v. Total sales tiHlay, l.lil.'.'Ci)
s'ure-. Tlie bond market continued actiie but
there weio none slight reaction! on prollt taking,
ilio total sales, par .nliie. M.TJu.oejii. Unltesl
Slates .! and nev- U ndnmccd 't per cmt. on i,e
Ths following quotation ate furnished Tha
Ttlbuas by M. S. .Ionian k Co., rooms TuA-TOo'
Meai-s building, Scrnnton, Pa, Telephone MOI:
Open- High- Low Clot
ing. est. est. lug
Anient mi Mignr ltu'j llji; lloi. Hi i
An.eilean Tobaccci 11 IIs! 1I71') lt:'
Am. H. ,IMV u.t!i f.'.'.j VJ &H,i
AUb To. k S. I'o .... CT 5T " ,s1
A., T. fc R. I'., Pr M); M'i Mi s,n
llrooklrn Traction .... TS'i 7s3, 71, ;c
l!.-.lt. k tibli !d 01 "111. Hi'.
Cont. Tobacco I7'j I7'i It.'i 4!.
Che. & Ohio I1U ll4 an; 4a;
Chic. r (1. W CO 2e)i, 2n 2Ui,i
flilf-., Ik l) 1l:i IllVt 11'' liuij
St. Paul 15! l'i.l Misj jj
IIckK Maud KV. UJi; 12 1J.".U
Delaw.ue k Htul-on ....l.'ilH V,'4 lAI"! litis
l-iclawanna llli ikiij I'n'.ii; lufi',
lVilc-r.il Slcel ',j 5"i .".IT; l-V,
I'nliril steel. Pr SI ! Hi Pi
Kan. & Tex, Pr '". ."H V,i, Vei;
Louis, k Nasb ff.-r; M nj'i 114
Manlnllaii Ilkvaled .,..llSj 1111 1 1-i'i ll.sU
Me t. Traction C Kl-J-4 JMi Vf.Ti I'll
Missouri Pacific 'IMS (!N, n tti'.
Poipk'.s C.u lin'j HH'i 0l',a I'll
Southern Pacific tT'i 47'n I7'. I7'i
Xtufolk It Western .... 41 4U tVi W
Xcllh. Pacific s.-,s, i s.-,i; s.vj
North, Pacific, Pr S SSi S7?i S-sij
.V. V. fcntiul 141 llt; 1H lllic,
Hilt. & Wot .f'J Kiif. ni"4 w,
Pi una It. U l.'iu inn, H'iH ll'ii'.
1 -.hi no aian t... 11 t.; 11
Heading Pr 7.1 7.V1 71
Poutinni n. n !:; sn, ?-ii4 -j-s,
Riulhiin 11. It., Pr .... 7il M'I Tl'l ".i,
'It nn.. C. k Iron M'1'1 lil'i i.MJ i.M,
V. , Leather llai 14t. lMi l!i4
l. , Leather, Pr 7(VJ 7fi 7il T-t
I. S. llublwr "I -ji -o4 -ji
Union P.ielllo m iji. nt ,;
Union Pacifies. pr S;j- s,,ir i- ,r(
Wabasli, Pr s;; ,11 -.ji; tii
Weslein Union ;l.S t,s, s7K. ..ij
CIIICAOO fill MX MMllvCT.
O.ien- High- laiw- t lot.
"I11.ST. dig. et. (.1 In.'.
March 7.T'; 7M; "J!i 7..r;
May 7iVa TS'i 7li 7.V4
March .'Mi ;si., :i,i; -.i
Miy tan ;vi:J :,fn; ;u-;k
-Mav SjIJ :..', J',l4 jj.-;
Ma)" 34.07 U.12 14.07 11.1:!
Miy 7.M 7.57 7.1J 7.K
xi:w yohk c.n.MX mrki:t.
Open- High- Low. C'los-
WHEAT. Ing. est. est. Ing.
March 7.s; TiH. Tt"i 7nVv
Maj ?), sui, ;'ii, 71,1,
I It Hi PaWaTar'OSw!Sr'C. Saa1 MMbb avfiwlvV VVVi A N
Cases Will Be Accepted
f eale- lut of lio.v long ljn'lin' u.vr of
wh.it ttati'rc, uniler my fjtem of tit'iitiufiit
tin s- are dilel up at once.
Ih-.-.i-e 1 u-iiilly met with ill nun adiaiieed
In je.us, and Is .1 tomlltlon that huideus one
for tlm bakinco tf their life. By my sy
tem of (rcaluuiit jou am icllcud ut one-.
If jou arc mlTering fiom anj nub double.
Hitler no longer, t'ome and let me givu jou
llio names, and mlilie .'-. of people- lu. I
lime cured and thij will willluglj tell jou
of ihe- benefits tierivt-d fiom in tiealmeiit
Gcrantou Board of Tiade Exchnngo
Quotations All Quotations Baaed
ou Par of 100.
STOCKS. llnl. Asked.
Tlrst National ll.nk l'-VI
Scranton Saiing Uank JX)
Third Xsllonal Hank 4-'J
Dime Deposit ami Discount Ilink.. L'ii
I'xonomy Light. II. k P. Co to
Lacka, Tiust Sife Deposit Co I VI
Clark k Snover Co., 1'r. 125
Pcrnnton Iron Pence k Mfg. Co 100
Fcranlon Ale Worl.9 !
LaLkn-vaiina Daily Co., Pr io
County savings Ilink Is Tiutt (.0.. ,.i
Kir-t Xatlonnl Bank (CarLordalej jot)
Standard Urllllu; Co Ji)
Traders' National Dank 145
Scranton 11-ilt and Nut Co liij
Scranton Pasungcr P.allwaj', r.it
Mortgage, due lKil llj
People's stieet Itailwa), hut mort
gage, due 111S 115
People's etrert Hallway, General
mortgage, due 1RH 113
Dickson Manufacturing Co 100
l.acka. Town'hlp school 3 per cent. ... Ivi
Cltv of Scrintcn St. Imp. 0 p'r
Scranton Traction 11 per cent llj ...
Scrnnton Wholesale Market.
Ittiiected by II. (I. Hile, 7 Iiikawuini Avo.)
Ilnttci Creamery, SiiaJ'so.; da'1.1, l!a'.'')e.
t'hrtsc Pull ciiaui, lalJ'ir.
1 Bgs Westtin liesh, t'lail'y j ncaibv svate,
lie-ins Per bu., ihoioe- minuir, i'jjJiai.
Pea Ueji.t Per bu., ft.fa2.",n.
Medium Ueans-1'ir bu., isJ.4ii.iS 1',,
(iin Pins Per liu., .'I. llil.fi.
Onions Per bu , "Jlnl.10.
Flour Best patent. Jl.ui.
Philadelphia Ginin nud Produce.
Philadelphia, Fib. 11. Wheat 1 'inn and le.
higher; inntiott giadc Fcbruatj, "Ci:a77c. Corn
Firm and 'ic. Inglirr; X. i inKed Fibiu.11.1,
hl'Tt'iUc. Oats Stcadjj No. whito cllpp.d,
o'2i,sc. Flout Unchanged: winter super, ?.'.2"u
".Co; do. extras, ifJ.WaJ.t-Uj Ptiitisjhanli toller
clear, Vl,10al.23j do. du. sirulghl, KJ.OaT, li,
vcttetn winter ileir, M.i"a:i.tuj ,iu. lo.
straight, ts).4a3.C0; d-. do. patent, l.(Ojra, ;
Kaunas straight in i.l.s, s; oj,; ,-,.1; ,(l 1 1 j 1 1 1-l
in sacks, yUJh;) 7C; .tialght ileal, s.'.UaJ.SJ;
do. flralght, tfJ.U'iaS. IT; do. patent, W.'JVH.1"
do. fuiorilt: biands, l.l i4.40; vity mills extra,
$JiaJ.Wi ilo. i-lur, M.U..'ill; tin, sllllghl,
1si.OOaT.11.Ji do. patiiil, sii.7uj I 4d. Jtie IToui
Steady ut J IMa'1 lij per biurel for eliolie lVnn
Jlianii. llUikwln.il Flout Dull slid iiiiiliaugid,
ficsh giound, new, at is.'.llhi-J. 13 per liuu.hul
poui.ds, as 10 quallti ; johb'ug silis, hiuliei
llutter '-teitlj ; fnt we-tein cie.iiinry, "JJ'.-t.;
do. tin. plin's, S.V.; do. lie 11 by prints, -ji. ;y-s
- Study; firsli le-aiby, JJc . ; du wi-sliiu, J.'t.j
do. southwestern, JliiJie ; do. soiuheiii, lUe,
( hicse I'm hanged. ( utton-st. lovvt 1 ; mlil
clllng uplands, (ir;c, Tallmv-rStcad) ; illy
prime, in liogshe.uls, 3c: tlciees, O'Jf. ; lounttj
prime, in li.uroU, 4'j.iV-,; take-, Itjc. Live
Pouliiy-stenlv: fowlt, !iji.i(i';f.: old lontien,
7e.- elilekens, Oijillk.; tlu'!:-. l!.il!c.J .et.,
liiallt-.i tuikcjs, '.. Dio-u" I'oultij- I inn;
gootl iliiuatiil; to. .-N. cholee, lOiiui.-, ; tin. I tie
lo good, tii'lVe.; old loestei'. I.'ja7c: neaihi
clilekein, llMllk'.: western, 10.ll", . j tuik.-ji.
tholce lo laiicv, ueaibv. 1'alM,: woltin el.. 10
alii- ; .links 11. ail. y, l.'all. .; oe-teiu do., lliil.'N.
Ileclept.r-Floui-, "Oisl b.uiil., i.ni 1,300000
pouuils in sad,' when, lei.ishi bushels; corn,
,lHl bushel,: cuts. 13,lJll lillshllt. si;,insnta
Wheat, -inn) butheN: coin l,("H bu-lclj; ait',
Now Yoilc Ginin nud I'toduce.
New Voik, Fib. 11. FIoi.i-Maikil. v hile
flwnei with when, conilnneil slow, the- advauui
thiillil.g oul luijeis. beat- s.pot ,u,i: l. j
it it, sO'te. j. t. b. .1fio.1t: Xo. 2 led, ;(H. tlei.i
lot; No. 1 liorll.ein 111, lull., m.o. f, n, li, allojt:
C.t.ui..i opimil sieadi uml ut nine advaiuiil. I'i
tl.'- last half hour, boi.-ev -r, prices e.i.eil oil .111 1
1 Insert uo-ettbd at 'ia'ti. net udiiiic; Mauli
luted 7l'',c. Mav, '.'"ji-; -lull, 7u,i. Com -Finn:
No. ". 4ik. thi.ii.u uud IT1.,!', f. . .
filial: o.ll.in geuei ill lliui uml hlgbei ; ilo..l
tun t 9,,1'je-. -ut iidianci: March e'o.cd til't''. :
Mi. fit.: lull. Il-st Oils-spot iinu: No.
". .ii'..i.i So. .1, .Hi.; No. ' whltt, ;Ut.; o. a
villi" '"2V : tieek n Ixcel we-.li 111, .'Ua.tM.. :
ti.nl. white, .Tlau.Vjc. ; .plhnu tiiiiu bill finiilj
l.eli' with null. Ililtlt r I 111 1. Iie.li Cie.il'ieii.
Iiia'ijt' I fitluj, lllU'jt-. Jin.- tief.mtij, 1 1.1
"ik : Imitation crivlu t, 1 1 .tl 7 ' 1 ; slate rti'it,
l.t.ll, 17.1'JU.' CI tsi I'liiiii 1 jut y lute 'ill
made, IMalH-.c.: fanc-v small tall 11n.de. Illn,
lie. Fggs Weak; itale and Peimsvlvanla, .'u:jt :
nisUin, PJ'ja'i'.; soiillicin, Ualli'(t.
Chicago Gin In nud Ftoduce,
1 ultagn, 1'iK ll.-r-'litnulh in ion, evening
Its IiiIIlciico in an ovtisold wheat market wth
chleliy responslblu lor a sliai aelvaicc in His
latter tr.daj-, Miy wheat 1 lusitig Kc hlguci,
u-aily ail the cum ne. was bullish nud that
riclket closed '.inHc over Saluiiisy. Oats ad
i1,nced Hf. In tjmpall'j-, while provisions showed
a f.nu tluls.li umhangid lo 10u higher. Cash
quotations were a followst Flour Ihilli No, :i,
spring wh".at,"f'.s;io ; o. ! Ved, 7(aiJ'sM -N.
A Prompt, Permanent and
Sure Cure in All
BLADDER AND KIDNEY
Tumble arc alwajs caused by Inflammation ea
lenilliig fiom (he surrounding parts, they symp.
toms of whleli joii can appreciate better than I
f.m decrlle. If j-oit have any of these condi
tions tall on me nnd let mo c.phln to you irr
riiriliotls of deposing of them. I Itrt- ellsoted
cures in theiKiiiils of uns, nnd a cure awaits
Anile and I 'hi on If, In all Its fomis eiilaued and
slllTtucd Joints, limstiilir iheuuitfm, lumbago,
sehitka by mj system of trealnirnt, at onto and
In a very shcut time, are perm.menlly cuied.
! a cuiiiplilo or paillil ilosiiic of Hie anal.
) e.iio nut who tut tie.ited joti ami failed. I
will cun- jou Inst ns sure an von will cum tu
me for lieatment. I will net do It b- CUTtTN(J
of dilating, us mj trrntment It rainiest and all
pUliuctiotii.uie- puiiuucutlj' H moved fiom the
t nt nl.
" ALL URETHRAL
And iiiin.iliiul dl-ehllgit stopped in 3 to & dijs.
Or mil swellings, tenth riie or Inifxiliiiieuts e(
the i,iiu it-toietl li. theli normal sire at onee.
idii(il In i xtTss nf rally or Idle lift, I
fT.lf lli-l n)W lolii; ,uil h.(P lifril hO, lior liou
1-1(1 jou .in, a inv M."tciii of tiralmriit lt -mh
cl.illy .iihptrit fitr mh-Ii c.'t?s tt 3011m, ami a
m 1 111 ini tit uii( WiV-ilN yoii.
if Jou t.iiinol tall. All loilicpoiid'iiu' striitlr
rontldeutlil, uml all leplies sent In .1 ptsin euve!.
lopes. lnelne ie ntnmp tu insure repl.v.
Olllie liou-o. tl 11 m. tr ," p in, and 0 to s p.
siiiiiI.ii. In .1. in in I p m.
Brooklyn Edison 1st Mtfj;. 4s,
Chic, Burl. & Quincy 3 1-2,
Cleve & Mniietta 1st 4 l-2s,
Zvnns. & Terre Haute Con. Oa,
Minn. Gen'l Elect. 1st Con. 5s,
Minn. & St. L. Con. 5s,
Noif. & West. Imp & Ext. Os,
Rio Giande "West. 1st 4s,
Terminal It. K. of St. 1. Con. 5s,
United Kys. Co. of St. L. 1st 4s,
Descriptive Circular on Application.
Spencer Trask & Co.
2r-29 Pine Street,
05 State St., Albany. NeWYOfk.
"A Glimpse at Wall Strait and
list Marlf die-" MTimTiTMj or
IIS iriaritvia oi'it .Msw jiiiok t
It is roinetlilme rudlitklljr dliTsrsnt from other
publications. Very vnlushle ard Interesting to
the tru.Urs. Also iimrkcl rsport CCUT DQEC
snd moiitblr lluctuatiun ilitsts Okll I rfllsC
Jacob Berry & Co.'
ml mi.. cot SX..1UA11 UHioinrxinssuc.
41 uml i'; Hitci.'.Div.w. m:v vonic.
Stocks, Bokds, Grain, Cottoh,
V o-.ii.l to-i I uiis- m erl tnalithsln-fiettrfrtlents.ei-
- 1111,1 ' (,"r lM,,t J nt.' mician.tglvlnt iiiiieiof
l.r ts -te in tu -aitlon i mi le luster Instance.
ttiiuiuU.luiil.il:, Jlisttrsls Msntlst.
mmwmrmm msimi. ss
i toil 1., No. 2 yelbiw-, '.fe. ; Xo. 2 oats, 2itj
'".lie.- V. -J vvlnli-, 'it-u2si4is,; No, .1 while,
"tii ii"e ; No. 2 lje, Otall'i-e ; goml fitdli ;
bailiv, lUilTt.; fan lo choice mulling, J-i
lib- ' No. 1 tli seed, --t No. 1 iiolthwcstetn.
sl.i.-'i; piin.o nmothv s-ed, M.eOat.ui; mess
p ik, pei hirrcl, ll.u.'all; lard. WAJiTAV.:
shut ills., slde, iTa7.'iO, illy alted shouldei.
u',.il''ic. j shuit clear el, its, fi'XH; whiskey, 1 'JT;
ChicfiRO LIvb Stock Market.
t hiiago. Fib. 11. Cattle Ileeeipls, JO.OVl, Jr.
e'lidln-T li'i Ti"ians; good to cliolc stcen.
sticug; ethers about stcJdyt butchers stoi.
slciilj ; 'It-xjiit, slioua, .i.li.'e, shatle lilclur.
Hood In prime stivis, K,fllail poor to mcdiui.i,
.:. 0.nj stoekeis m.d lord ts, 2,'it.M; co-
4J..'-jal.2i: loifirn, sj.jjji.j); canncrs, V lt
2 .Hi: built, .7Sal.:i. 'i'esas bulls, J.Mal.iO
Ilig-i netclpts tmhy, JI.11.1O; tomorrow, a.ii,cyi
left over, 2,W(l, ,'i'iV. hlghei, closing ealr
loji, W.mO: inhiil liiiichirs, M.-JoaVJO; good l
choices b'.iiv. M..ru.i.Vi; rough heavy, $.I1j
.'..I'i; llkht. rWliVti; bulk of salrt, M.U'ViaVC.
Micep Kticipis. 20,HiX); steady; goorl to ihoics
wethers, eJ.lsiul.-IU; fall' to choice mined, SS.SOv
I: vvclein sheep. Si.tsul.ii;-, Texas sheep, 2,Jei
:;.) nillve 1 unlit, ! 'Ojj.25; weslun Iambi,
c." a V"'..
New Yoilc Livo Stock.
New Yuik. Feb. II, ilcevev Haw- but siadv
for stetrs nud bulls: tliin cows lflc. off; other
t'lailes unchinged; steeis, il.UoaJ. Ij; lops, .-"'
uMi: and stags, a50ul.M: bulls, $.l.lUil,:i
lows, Vl.tija.l.2.t. C.iliti Vs'ils, actiie jnd
sbiedi; haiujard tnlvcs, i'ic. Uglier; all tail,
airlials soil ptoinptlj; veals, tti.lMMt little
tulitf, S.V) bainjnid lfk, H.!lia,iJ; je.-u
lli.gs, J.T3aU,2i. Mieeiv st(iij; t0p t-rad't
tiiin; lamb., Fi.i2.ic. hlgl.cr; sheep. 'sJ.Saa4.'i
il.oli-i vv fillers, s.ni: tops, ts'i; mils, K'.o-'J-'
IliuIm. s.7-,an. lo; nil.. slal.W. Hogs -Msilcrt
I'i 1 111 111 isIdlaSe'i: iholee It Jit pits. HW.
East Liberty Stock Mnrket.
F.I-.1 Mbiitv, Feb. tl t utile- Ilighei , ei n.
(-i.(0.i3.tii; prime, '.. ''.r.to; touuuoii, vu;i.r,'
llor Actiie; best iiittliuips and good orker.
s.l.o'i; light loikeis, M.'i.iS.Uu; heuiy hogs, tJ.oo
u:..": plgii, s.V IOi5..Vi; roughs, frl.7.".i'.li. bheep
--Higher; iholie withe is. sl.oUil.Ti; rommou,
yX.; (Imlii. lambs, So.uXiVSJ; toinmon to good,
(las JOj vesl calvs, 7.lT. t.
"ll cli-, Feb, ll.-Ctcdlt balances, il.il; cer.
tilicates, no bids; shipments, UV's battels;
average, b7,"8l barrels; imj, rs(73 biriclj, av
erage, 7f,741 bands, ' ' ' '- "
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