The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, February 19, 1901, Page 7, Image 7
" pipppfii tnwr L TJJli SOKAjSTON iriUBIJJXI'l-TlJiiSDAY, ViilMiUAttY 10, 1901. NORTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA UNCLE SAMMY'S KEG OF POWDER .6T0RY OF THE REVOLUTION IS RUDELY INTERRUPTED. A Proposed African College on the Outskirts of Susquehanna When Hallstead Becomes a County Sent. A Well-Known Editor Is Doing Washington Condition at the Erie Shops. fptclal to the Vrantoti Tribune Susquehanna, Feb. 13. One. Fourth of July In Ararat, the boys who were nrltiK the anvil at Intervals, ran short of powder, and started around to got some more. "When they came to Uncle Sammy Scott, sitting on the trrocoiy steps and telling how his grandfather helped whip the British In revolu tionary days, the old man broke oft his story and suid; "Hoys, umvurds o two years ago a peddler left a keg o' sumthln' In my cooper shop over tlmr. It may bo lass is or vinegar, and It may be gun powder. I nn't u anywise hartln what she Is, hut you'll find it In the coiner to the light as you enter the back door. Might knock In the head and see what It Is." Three or four of the boye slatted for the shop, while Uncle Hmmy went on with his yarn. Ton itilr.utes had passed and he was riving the ind coats fits at Lundy's Lane, when thcro came a tremble a crash and the cooper fhon seemed to -be lifted bodily fifty feet in the air. All the men on the steps were rolled oft, but Uncle Sammy was one of the first tip. Looking across at the heap of debris on flro In a dozen Places, he waved his hand and ex claimed: "I'll be got durned If It wasn't gun powder artcr all!" TUB NBWd RECORD. A discharge of men Is dally expected In the Erie shops. Rt. Rev. Bishop Talbot. D. D preached and admlnlsteicd the .Apos tolic rite of confirmation In Grace Uplscop.al church, In Oakland, this morning. A few mornings since, Brio night ex press Xo. 3, west bound, was composed ot 14 oars, drawn by two locomotives. There weie six ears of Immigrants, one day coach, four Pullman's, and three baggage and express cars. It was the heaviest passenger train pulled over tho Husquehnna division in many a day. In Christ Episcopal church on Thurs day evening, the "ilen's Club" tender ed Bishop Talbot a reception. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. AV. Senile furnished sup per. In tho church today Bishop Tal bot celebrated the holy communion. Yesterday being St. Valentine's day, a largo number of our townspeople ex changed likenesses through the post office. IN UGIITER VIEW. The wise business man prefeis tho news papeis to the sheriff as an auc tioneer, and makes money by carrying his precepts Into practice. It' not nice to be tailed about lly Homo industries fakir; Hut don't mind who may lay you nui So it Isn't the undertaker. Theie isn't a school-boy in town who doesn't think ho could run the weather a great deal better than It has been iuii this month. It Is now thought that Eve ate tho apple because she wanted more clothes. The tinmp Is always out of employ ment, although he is continually "step ping Into other men's shoes." Life Is too short not to be rationally enjoyed, and the man who cannot smile because he sees so much to de rlore, is miserable himself hated while living and despised when dead. Heaven save us from tin man who never smilfs! TOPICS TOPPERMOST There are snowdtlfta ten feet high alone the Jefferson braneh. Editor and M,rs. P. P. More, of Great Bend, are "doing" Washington. Bre'r More has gone down to Influence legislation. The Brio boiler makers' union will hold a meeting today. A number of Susquehanna Sir Knights will attend a conclave of Great Bend Commandcry, No. 07, K. T. this evening. About 130.000 ties will be laid on the Delaware Division of tho Brie next spring:. A PROPOSED AFRICAN COLLEGE. AVhen this stretch of country was al- As a Food For the Skin, To Make It Smooth, Healthy and Beautiful, Dr. Chase's Ointment it Hailed by Thousands of Fair Women. Ercry woman, no matter how beautiful hec fldn, finds need at timet of some preparation to overcome the redness and roughness, and to cure the pimples, blackheads and skin Irritations. Powders may coter up the disfiguring truptions, bat can never cure them, and are positively injurious because they clog up the pores ol the skin. Dr. Chase' Ointment ii a food for the skin. It is tcadlly absorbed, and thoroughly cures each and every skin disease, making the skin smooth, soft and tlear. &3 frt No woman s toilet Is complete without Dr. Chase's Oint ment, for besides being; the most perfect skin beautifier obtainable it can be used in a score of different ays. It absolutely cures eczema, salt rheum ana the Itching to which women are especially subject. When the feet are sore and chafed with walking an application of Dr. Chase's Oint ment takes out the smarting and allays the Inflammation in a surprisingly short time. Then for bums, scalds and every sort of chafing, Irritation or eruption of the skin Dr. Chsse's Ointment affords a safe and certain cure, I It has come to be indispensable in scores of thousands of homes In the United Stales; so cent a box, at all dealers, or Dr. A. W. Chsse Medicine Co., Buffalo, N, Y. mF kLkVEasv most a "howling wilderness," certain shortsighted philanthropists planned to erect an African College, In tho out skirts of what Is now Susnuehannn, In which to cducntu tho slaves, es caping from the South to the frozen shores of Canada. It was later on discovered that the exodustlng Negro, Just out of reach of the bloodhound and the lash, was in too much ot a huriy to bother his brain about cube root and declmel fractions, and the castle hi the air went glimmering 'mong the things that wein. Some of the excavations for the structure nre yet visible to the naked eye. POT-POURRI, AS 'TWERE. The Legislative- Record appeals to have several new contributor this winter. How strangn that tho man who thinks to Improve on nature by clip ping his horse In zero weather, never practices his theoty by wearing a linen duster In placo of an overcoat! If you see a man with tho corners of his mouth coquetting with the lobes of his ears, he Is the leo man. Tho arctic blast did It. "Ye"?," said a lady lectuior In Forest City, "women have been wronged for nges; they have suffered In thousands of ways." "There is one way they never suffered in," said a hen-necked husband, rising. "What Is that?" de manded the lecturer. "They have never Buffered In silence!" JUST SOME AFTER THOUGHTS. Tho saloon appears to be the real homo that Jagg built. In this age of sharp rivalry, the man who permits his wife to go "novel gathering" Is very liable to get worsted. A Susquehanna man, who cannot af ford to tuke r newspaper, has Just paid the taxes on four dogs for two yen is. When Hallstead becomes the county seat, life, to a Great Bender, Mill no longer be worth the living. Anybody can catch a cold now. The trouble Is to let It go. A Blnghamton paper speaks of a robbery In which tho victim was "a hard-woiklng, frugal man, who, by a lifetime of toll, had amassed the sum of S43 and was about to enjoy n long needed rest." . Even the most absent-minded man generally remembers the short stop ot the division line between his own and his neighbor's sidewalk when ho Is shoveling off the snow. A Susquehanna man, who has been wearing an electric belt for liver com plaint, found that It also affected his lungs, so that he has now an electric liver and electric lights. Whitney. PITTSTON. Special to tht Scranton Tribune. rittston. Feb. 1R. Anthony Deveis, n single man, aged about fifty years, was crushed to death yesterday morning about 11 o'clock In the No. S mine of the Pennsylvania. Coal company, where hu was employed as n miner. He was caught beneath a fall of rock. Tho ie mains were taken to the home of the deceased's sister, Mis. John Redding, at Coik Lane, where ho had resided. Mrs. George Evans and Miss Raohel Jenkins were at Jetmyn, Saturday, at tending the funeral of the Lite Mis. William Jenkins. Miss Jenkins will i. nvaln In Jermyn for a tew days. Mrs. Frank Shllfer, of the West Side, returned home Saturdayoftcinoon fiom the Hahnemann hospital in Scranton, where she had been uudeigolng' tient ment for the past four weeks. She is much Impioved In health. Michael Klmmey, aged about thirty two yeais, died at his home on Tomp kins street, Saturday night at !) o'clock, after a thiee weeks' Illness of pneu monia. Frank Mead, who has been head clerk for the Temple Iron company at the Mt. Lookout colliery nt Wyoming, having been transferred to that place about a year ago from the Babylon colliery at Duryca, has been promoted to a clerkship In the head olllce ot the company ut Scinntou. He assumes his new duties Monday. Mr. Mead is suc ceeded at the Mt. Lookout colliery by Mr. Wllncr, at ono time editor of the defunct PIttston Item. The threatened stilke among the bartendeis of this vicinity has been averted and the ditllcultles existing between them and their employe! s have been settled. The ngreemnt was reached thiough the mediation of the grievance committee of tho Centml Labor union. Every demand has been granted, Including "evuiy other Sun day off." a minimum palnry of $n pPl. week and pay eveiy two weeks. The matter was adjusted Inst evening. That the strlko of the girls ut tho Sterling silk mill here will he a long-drawn-out ono Is the general opinion, both sides being detei mined. Yester day afternoon the grievance commit tee from the stt iking gills formally Piesented their list of giievances to tho management of the mill, but met with a discouraging reception. Man ager Hamlin absolutely lefused to re instate the dlschaiged girls, and would not even read the scale of wages shown him. He said tho chnrges that the mill was receiving woik from the Scrnntun mill, which is on stiike, were false. The committee leported the result of their visit to the special meeting of the Central Labor union held last evening, and the grievance committee of the latter body will endeavor to t on fer with the olilclnls of tho mill. Judge Puile. of the Orphans' court, on Thin sday handed down an opinion disallowing the whole claim of l)r C. J. Barrett, of this city, against the es tate of the late Rev. Father John Fin nen. tor mnnv yenrs curate of St. John's Roman Catholic chinch of this city. Dr. liatrntt attended the lev erend father during his last Illness, two years ago, and upon his dentil piesented a bill iigalnst tho estato amounting to J2.S7.". The claim was disallowed on the ground that the doc tor failed to prove by competent wit nesses that llui sei vices worn rendered. The bill, wllh Interest, now nninimtH to J5.9SJ.20. Attorney W. H, Glllcsplo appealed for Dr. Barrett; C. Frank Rohan for bishop, tho teslduaiy lega tee; while f'hnrles P. Rohan appeared for the executors, Rt. Rev. Bishop Hoban, Paul Rohun and M. W. Morris. The nucknell university basket ball team defeated the PIttston Young MenV-Chilstlnn association In a traniu In Armory liall on Friday evening by the score of 10-8. Ten minutes of extra play were necessaiy to decide the game, which wns one of the most scien tific and hurdest contests eeen liete this season. Tuesday's election for the municipal offices here promises to be the biggest battle slnco PIttston became a third class city. At tho present both sides are confident of victory and claim It Is nil over but the shouting. The struggle will doubtless bo a hard ono and h largo oto will certainly bo iollcd. The Democratic party has an acknowledged majority in this city and has placed on Its ticket T. J. Corcoran, for mayor; P. F. Joyce, for city treasurer, nnd John Kennedy, for city controller. Corcoran is mayor of the city nt pres ent, filling the unexpired term of Ben jamin Harding, deceased, and Mr. Joyce hns been a member of tho city councils for the past few years and U nt present chairman of the select body. Kennedy is n compromise candi date, being placed on the ticket to Ileal the wound which existed between Thomas English nnd the lenders of the city's Democracy. The Republicans have united with the Citizens and have placed n strong ticket In the field, headed by Attorney M. N. Donnelly for mayor, R. E. Hankeo for ti cas ta er, and J. J. McHale for controller. Tho fusion ticket hopes to lecelve a solid Republlcnn vote and to draw enough fiom the Democrats to win easily. Mrs. George Thomas, aged sixty-five yenrs, died Saturday evening at fi o'clock at her homo on Oak street, Welsh hill. Bho had been sick for a long time. Besides her husband, the following children suivlve: Mis. Annie Cook, of PIttston: William, of Mis souri; Edward nnd George, nt home. Funeral Tuesday afternoon. MONTROSE. Special to the Scranton Tribune. Montrose, Feb. 18. Tomoiirnv'n elec tion promises to bo a very tame affair In this borough. Every Republican candidate will without doubt be elected by the customary majorities. At tho annual meeting of the Mont rose fire department, held on Friday evening In the parlors of Rescue Hook and Ladder company, the following officers were elected without opposi tion: Chief engineer, Charles W. Brod head, of Rescue Hook and Ladder company; first nsslstant engineer, George H. Watrous, of Rough nnd Ready Hose and Chemical company, No, 1: second nsslstant, Gordon D. Ayres, of Montrose Hose company, No. 2; department recorder, Captain H. F. Beardsley. of Rescue Hook and Lad der company. Resolutions were passed highly commending the work accom plished by the retiring chief, Thomas D. Payne, timing his two years of ser vice. The question of a hoso tower was brought up and earnestly discussed. Four members of tho boiough council weie present nnd all expressed them selves nsstrongly favoilng the erec tion of a tower. It is hoped that tho tower will not be slow In materializ ing, as it is an actual necessity to the department, as many hundred feet of good, new hose has been ruined within the last year or so, owing to the lack of proper facilities for drying It after being ued. It will be the part of piudence and economy for our city fathers to piovlde for the hoso tower at once. Mls Sarah Gordon, of Blnghamton, visited fi lends in this place on Satur day. Miss Jiaunlo L. Smith, of Scranton, was the guest of hoi mother and sis ter, at their home on Church street, yesterday. The funeialof the late P.obeit Cooper was veiy largely attended from the home of his parents, yesterday after noon. A mnle quartette sang "Nearer My God to Thee." uf tot" which Rev. A. L. Benton, D. D of the Presbyterian church, lead the Sctlptuie lesson and offeicd prayer. Rev. E. K. Thomas, of the Bantlst church, announced his text 03 Job, 7:1, from which ho preached a very Impressive sermon, at tho conclusion of which he offered prayer, and the (services at the house concluded with the singing of "Abide With Me," by the quartette. Tho p.ill beareis were S. j. Jene!e. W. H. Warner. Albert Miller, II. V. Filnk, B. R. Lvons nnd II. D. Jones. Montroso File company, No. 2, nnd the Knights of Pythias lodge attended the fuueial n.s organizations, the deceased being a member of both. The Interment was in the Montrose cemetery, Halsey Crandall nnd wife, of Tunk hannock, are visiting nt the home of T. AV. Chapman. The death of Chailes Joseph Brod head, the little son ot Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Brodhead, occurred at 2 o'clock yes terday morning of gastric fever, super Induced by the grip. Ills ago was threo years, live months nnd seventeen days. The funeral will be attended from the home of the little one's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Chailes "W. Brodhead, tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. The services will be conducted by Rev. E. K. Thomas, of the Baptist church, and Rev. H. B. Benedict, of tho Methodist chmch. Charley wns a very bright little bov, who In his short life hail made many fi lends who will sincerely mourn for him. Low is II. Filnk, ot Spilng House, Heart lake, was the guest of relatives In town yesterday. Miss Alice Noithrup has ivcoeied fiom a severe attack of tho grip Mr. and Mrs. Alden Devlne, of Rush, were visiting friends In town on Sat urday. Miss Marlon L. Frazler is uumbeicd among the latest victims of the grip. She is impiovlng. James P. Taylor, editor of the Montrose Republican, bus been ap pointed an aide on the staff of Grand Marshal Brainaid H. Watner. of the ,clvlo division of the great Inaugural parade to take place at Washington, D. C, on Maich 4. Lenten seivlces at St. Paul's Episco pal church will bo held every Wednes day afternoon at 4 o'clock In the chapel and Filday evenings In the church. The rector, Rev. E. A. Wai liner, will deliver Icctuies upptopiiate to tho sea son ut tho Filday evening seivlces. Miss Mnrgaret Rliney leaves tomor row for Poiismoutli, N. II., for a stay of several mouths, Ash Wednesday services will he held at St. Marv's Catholic chinch at 10 o'clock a. m. Seivlces will be held at St. Maiy's every Filday evening dur ing Lent, at which lectures will be de llvered consisting of "The Wny of the Cross." m FACTORYVILLE. Special to I lie "cranton Tllbune, Factoryvllle, Feb. IS. Hector Put nam will give an Illustrated lecture it Keystone Academy tomorrow even ing, February 19th. The admission will be ten cents. C. R. Bliss, who has been engaged In the mcrcnntllo business at Thomp son for the past year, will go to HhII stead this spring, where he will open up a general mercantile buslnefs. Last Thursday night fire destroyed the single framo dwelling house lo cated at Bardwell and owned by 'Squire William Stark. It was occu pied at the thno by Perry Decker and DISCARDED. The Old Methods of Treating Files and Rectal Diseases Supplanted by tho Pyramid Pile Cure. The old methods of treating piles by ligature, by the knife or by the cruel methods of dilation, besides causing intense pain and frequently collnpsa and death, are now known to bo but mere makeshift as far as a cure Is concerned. Tho liver Is lesponslblo for nearly every case of piles and the mistake has been made of treating piles as n purely local disease. Such U not the case, however, and the success ot tho new treatment known as tho Pyramid Ii!e Cute has demonstrated It. Tho Pyramid Pile Cure Is not a. salve or ointment but a suppository which Is applied nt night and absorbed Into the sensitive icctnl membrane nnd nets both us a local nnd a constitu tional treatment and In cases of mnn.v years' standing this treatment hns been effectual. Thousands of pile sufferers bear wit ness to the Inestimable value of the Pyramid and even those who have un dergone suiRlcal operations without a cure have been happily surprised by results from a few weeks' treatment with the Pyramid. The relief from pain Is so Immediate that patients sometimes Imagine that, the Pyramid contains oplaten or co caine because the relief is so Instan taneous, hut the Pyramid Pile Cure Is guaranteed absolutely free fiom any ophite or mineral poison whatever. The relief Is the result of the astrin gent propel ties of tho remedy which enusea. the little tumors and conjested blood vessels to contract and u nor mal circulation is established. The Pyramid Pile Cine is strictly scientific, both In Its composition nnd lu Us therapeutic nctlon nnd the best feature of it Is that It Is perfectly safe and harmless. No HI effects ever result from its use, but only positive benefit. A singular fact; In -view of the laige number of patent medicines before tho public, Is that the Pyramid l tho only pile cure of national reputation. It Is tlw only pile cure populnr enough and ineiltoiious enough to be found In every diug store In the United Stntcs. It sells nt CO cents for a full sized package. A little book on cnuse nnd cure ot piles mailed free by addressing Pyra mid Drug Co., Marshall, Mich. another man, who were keeping bach elors' quarters. The same night the farm house on the David Hunter farm, over in Lemon township, wns also destroyed by fire, tho origin of which is unknown. Mr. nnd Mrs. Stanley Reynolds en tertained their cousin from Kingsloy over Sunday. Mr. Burnette Brewer, of Elmlra, N. Y., was n pleasant caller here last Saturday. Geoige and Martha Washington will give a pink tea to all of their Method ist friends next Friday evening In honor of George's birthday. They heartily extend a cordial Invitation to all to be present. Tho fiftieth wedding annlversniy ot Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin R. Capwell, of the Tunnel, will be celebrated Wed nesday, Febiuary 19th. Tho house and lot formeily owned by Mrs. Jeanette Mathewson was sold by the shetlff last Saturday at tho court house at the suit of James W. Piatt vs. C. M. Mnynard, of Hcianton, as administrator. Tho piopeity was purchased by James W. Plntt for C. A. S!sk and Cranford Mathewson weie over to the county seat lat Sat urday, bunching their wad on the sheriff snl",s. William Stanton, of Stnntown, and an adopted son ot J. L. Stanton, wns badly mangled at Gleiibuiii Sunday aftetnoon. One leg was badly crushed and the other had a compound frac ture. He wis taken to the office ot Dr. teller at Dalton, nnd Drs. Fitch and Heller, ot till place, went down, but ho died nt in o'clock irom shock befoie the curgeons could operate on him. Nobody saw the accident, but It Is presumed that he fell under the dais while attempting to Jump on or oft a moving train. Tho remains were taken to the home of J. L. Stanton. Cold Cure for Busy People. Manv people neglect a cold because they say they havo no tlmo to attend to It. Krause.'s Cold Cure Is a lemedy which can be taken without danger while performing your dally duties, and will relieve the most aggravated cases In 21 hours. Price 21c. Sold by Matthews Bros. " Si AAAtV0OViO00XX THEATRICAL, f ooooooooooooooooo ATTRACTIONS TODAY. .mi)r,MY " Lion' Unit" M.ltlnw and nielit. IIAICTY The lUniblers Hnrlqui foepany. Matinee anil night "The Gieatest Thing In the Wotld." Mrs I.e Mojtic wile her second ippcsi.ince for this season nt titer I.,ctMi lat night In "'I lie Created Thin in tho World," J pUy uliiili fined in mlew on the metropolitan liigi ulnee it n Ut feen lure. It H a pUy Hut tilU of the '0ier of love anl v,n Interpreted lat ninht ly a Iirllllai.t (onrany lltii. !o Mojne'd wflik in llu role nf Mm. n jlnU Utyjiit "was will tilg-U tliten .mil lie luil In rupp'rlli't. romrrany mh innptlint ruihi. en a Mr. and Hi Jelm Rlendcnnlrnr. Chariw fcunloj, Hii old Itiwell, W'alUr Tlwiiun, Pram, lander I'.iirhon Cun.pbcll aid Adelaide ThuM. ton llifie hac been several tluriRin In the cornpiny since it w last seen hen. Mr I.i Miwiih ret filed HMated ruilain nlli at li end ( Iho fceeoml and third aiU "A Lion's Heait." Ctrl llaiwln r.nd III eorrpany opened a liiue. d.y ri cKcrri lit ul ",c AijiIciiij of Mulo lat i-iitiliiK pie'cntlnc: for the approval of Scninton tlicalir houm liU KieH eiicriH, "A Llc.ii' Hear1 " Tlw hoiwe wa well tiled and the midlence wj eiy llheiul with appluiw. The prologue or opening act, ulio- the Inleilor of a duwln room ol a clrcm, wllh euul pcrfonnen in ii. cum attlro nllllntr Jicnnd Hie cuiulu ilei Tim hfl, Mr. II inn In. a lllzarti'. Ilie lion tamer, U uexi in u rrini-bailuric continue, .i.xl look the pirl to pMfeitlon. The rut of tlm play lit tupH)rcl to laic taken place twenty ear after the "piolouc'Kf'ne 1li f.rU ait that ot a p-'iitout Mine, howlnt; the flrj:ku In tho lifjiilllnl lile of Peonhlre. Hi ecml act lit a iiMEiiii'icinl lepiodncllon of tlm fjmwn Hotel M Morllr with the now topped Alp In thH clUlaxc and Like toi.ia In tho foreeiound. Tho third n't chow the Iremli penal ettlf ii, nt of Ht Caledonia with Its comicti, prlcon and I'trrjckrt. Tho lat ut Ii a wild mountain oik acme, beautiful In lit iijrt,rd yrandeur. The play 1 the Utert arid grandest Kngll.li uoe., haln; plieadj b.'fn rxfnted oer one thousand tlmea In London. It poweeii moio rral dramatle limit than any afinllar production that hi preceded It. The author Iwui not ! leended to any dip-trip measures to gain p. I'laueo, 'I lie dialogue Ii bright uiul airulble and the plot atronic anil lntenely lnterettloir. fail A, IIln Ii Mar in tier) tenae uf Die word, lis II unqneatlonabl In the front rank of Amr. lea' romantla artern, eamct, contrlfnllcnn (nil f jrctful in all bin work. Mr. llaiwln will preit tli 'Uoi.'s Htm" the flrtt lull of the iveeK. Matinee today and Wednesday, rerfonnanco afternoon at 2.10) evening at S.10. The Ramblers at the Oslety. FiobaMy the best burlesque cntertalnnient (then in the elly IM waken wa piemtiUd nt the Gaiety yiMtenlay by "Iho namblerV undtf the management of lltnck arst i'enneaiy. The company U beaded by tlm fanioua llurke brjtheri and this announcement Itui sufficient bm to fill tho house at both petfonnanoe .reaterday. The progranimt bepan and ended with otlgiml akctchei written by HurU brother and tho olio contained not a dull number. It) maud in I Clarke, ho are fatorltc In Sranton, civo an acrobatic and musical act ot unuuul merit, and the pctllo Uuby elsteri wen much applaiue by their toe cake valk anil Kraertut dancimr. The star number cf the olio, however, -jlen by tlrace I.a line, nnltcd by VlrjtlnU bee and run .tonng colored people who appeared In n uoiel tkcteli entitled "Twenty Minute ci .4 (Jcois'i Plantation." In tho cltvttnjt burlen.uo Hie nurke brothers In troduce their donkey, "VIe Mike," wbt r.ueirr fall to captivate the nullonie, and they Mio uire ! lU mid 'jot bill cme that ara lilphly aiTiiKlr.tr. 'flu conminv will be r.l the Oakty today and tomorrow, nfternoon at.d evening, A Musical Event. Tomorrow citnlni there will J'e k1cii at the focevin under the mainuetricnt of the Ilroekwuy toiirko the incut delightful concert beard In Scianton for aeictnl seasons. The conceit will be (chin by the gmtcitr woiuan'K oicliestia in the world, the Fuddle of Boston. It Is -mioe 1 nf nineteen of .infrloa'n icaltst ItistruiilentftlMc under the dliedion of Mr. IVrollne II. Nichols, r.lciranlly irowneii tlne jounc women, with their various Instalment, prcrnt a pretty and tf freshlnff spectacle ind their music is In keeping with their artUtiT. appearance. Then- I a svrccf harmony and delicate tone ihulliiff about eich number tint mikes one ! nioet hcllcia that the twenty music lam ate one. Tho raclcttca cnii'ft.iiid rompirlsorui wllh th bed of male orchestras. Mls Perthi Webb, a olo ilollnlst formerly with InncV band, will assist tho radcttts, a will also Mis Charlotte' Mnti, a soprano of considerable reputation. "The Flaming Sword." On Thursday, Friday and Saturday nt the Veal. emy of Music, the romantic melodrama, "The Flaming" Sword," will he given Its first local presentation. The tlir of the pla). Co Won Oo Mohawk, the only Indian artreji In the wotll, lias but recently u turned Irom 1'urope, where for the past ycir Bho has toured juccenetully in a repertoire of plaj of which she herself wis the authorms. The present play, hoeer, I from the pen of Lincoln .1. Tarter, that pait muter In the construction of melodrama and noel el fects. In addition to a company which Is larg and artistically strong, ho haa secured manv imv. cities with which to add realism to the situa tions of the play. Among the fcatuie me Moon Dog, a famous warrior; Ped Flash, Custer's famous Indian tun ncr, and the man who carried lister' lat mes sage; Kenjoekdy and hU son who were also in the great tragedy which ended In the death of the clieaded ltaln In the Face, and all who were with him. An Interesting feature' ot the iiiR.se. met will be the street parade, an Indian band pla)lng the white moti'b music on the white nnn'o instruments. The members of this Indian bind are all graduites of Carlisle and are nne musicians. runniest of Funny Men. Sural cf the New York n.-wapapci recently ctfcliresl .TeffiTSon P.' Anyells tf be the funniest i'in on the American stage. This I veiy Illicit praise. Indeed, but there me a gieat runny o pic outside of Ni .v York who have been of this opinion for several jeajs. New York, howcur, has lioen oppirently reluctant to keknonleilge Mr. Pe Angells unmistakable power to mie pwple laugh. Tin' eoniedlin ha gone iIkmi en up the ladder, nnd the prale he ha tmall) "on ficm the eiltlca of the metropolis may be all the unit t pleasint because it ha bem tardi. Ills new cpcratle comedy, "A Itocul ltngue," ii pronuunced the hist pliv be lias crr hid. h wa wtltten for him by Chirb Klein, who wrote "I'.l tapltan," and fieural c tlier good comic opru llnnttiv. William T. Fundi wrole the music. In the De Ancclls ronrinv arc such we-11 known artists as li-ury Norman. CI arlos Dungan. Han Id Vimd. John Dudlri, Mis V.n Dmnport, Miss Sauilol Milliken, Mis Hilda Uollins. MUs Mi id l'oole .ind Mls Vllne Humor. It will be me scnted at the Lyceum ne':t Frldi) eienlic THE MARKETS. Wall Strctt Review. New ork, lb. S, Tinltj was m.e ol acme eieciilatlie liquidation In tl.u Mock market, ilia bears tool: il very active pai( in the elij's pro. ceeclingj both by ihoit belling mid by tuml il lation for the decline ofleilng prices ebjwii fiecly nnd boldly. There was not snueh eildence if determined support except liv the sympathetic Intlucnco of the per.!lcnt strength of a few lnell liduil stocks, iloitiilrs the extraordinary mow liknt In the steel ktucks tlu-le was dei lil.il strength shown by ths r.ew Tn'cdo, M. f.nuls an I Western ktocks. St. Louis and San FrancUco k.'c .ind ire(crrid, Illii.oU Ce-nlril, Cleveland, Lorain nnd Whrellng piefcrrcd, Amalgamated Copier and Consolidated Ga. Tlieru was cvldcmo of continued activity on the puit of the hull pool Ir. IJurllngton and the otiur Granger shoued omu t)iupathy al otic time. Time vva uppcc .it interval jW by m npatliy ivitli Mawiin1 unl Hudton, which was exticrnely erratic all da). ! nold down eaily 2 i'olnts and UnT. got oVi oio, Kituulay. Thcrv a a downwaid plunge in the period ct genual w eii'iuesi of & point and tlm Itnal rally lett the net Ion only 1,. In tl- tecl stocks It was clear enough thit sKeulatciv wcr utteiiiptliig to adjust I'lkca to the uipponfd telPu uf exchange cf the exUtlntf KecmitKs into the ttocl; of mw combination. Hoop piefened ml' vanud at me time "S and other gains by th prcfirrvil stocks weie T hj Tin 1'l.ile, IH b) 1" il eral Stiel, I lit Steel uud Wire and .'t b) l.r publio lrel. These ndvdtices weie curtailed b the reai lion In tlm nurMt. Nationul ful led the decline lu tho conuion slocks of the steel companies, bicaklng 7 lull jHilnts and dosing at tho lowest. Tin' Icifcxis ol the cthiu weie putlv n i Aiered but nniytime Colorado Fuel was dovu t'l, Natlorol Steel nd Tennessee' C.ml 4. Kiilnnj Slid 3'. Amerlean Hoop. 3a, Sieil and Wlii, .IU and Tin I'l.ite :5. In the guieial lUt llu reaction ran all thnwav fiom 1 to ."'. points the I'ldcr lo'scs bclrii; ninnn,' tlioso ftreks ll.lf h Iw bcfn tncvt mmlpiilateil fur en advance, uotrdy the Southivi-stiTiw, including Mlisouii Vul.'i, and Kansas and Texas prttened and ciine nt tlm lately develop, d obseiue stocks, ucli u l.isiis. lille and Terro Haute and the New Vorth Aiiti ica stock. Total sales, 1,171,.1W shires Ver liiaty buying of Southern IVclui.i is v the leature m the railroad bond nurkrt. Hie l.n ilfiiey elsewhere wi gen'rally rfietlerity f.. till rales, par value. .i.'S.W). c'liitiu" Mites 4s advanceil 'i per cent, uu lie bl tail. Th follow It t quotitici.i Tiibuae bv M S Jordan A Uears bulldlnr. -risiiton, l' Open- sie taiiiliheJ 1 ii Co , loom 7US.T04 lelfphnne .'.flu.: llljli- ton- Cloi ii g. est est. in; ..I.'. 1 .'; ill's til's ..117 117 lli- Jl'l'i .. J1H 51j Wi 31 .. Toi., o: rrii, i, ,, sl(, ksSJ SI ssl, .. 7"'b 77'i '.V, M .. f)0'j IH IXJ'S Sl'i .. Vi iVj 41 41 .. in". 41 4i'i tnw .. '.II '."I) l'.' lll'i ..Hi 117 HI', 14.'.'. ...l.MI 15i ll( 1VI ,.1'JI Ui.'i IU ' lil'i ..lTi)1! 171's 111" I t .. ."il .'il'i r, 40 ... S.'4 "7 h' "1'j .. 3) V1 u ;.:', .. tlt'i 01', l 'll . UV's 117', 110' lll.y. .11 .'.'(, IC'i MJ in!"., .. V); yl'j Wj ,s7 ..lisp, Vii ll" look', . lM'i 1'il'j 134lt ir.ii, .. f.'i. n'i it', n .. 17 47'n It) 4).s .. t.t Mid b.'lj V.". . 7i f-7'i Rla's -o's ..it: tin 1 1 :. ui'.i .. ita'4 i Il'i li ..4Ul 1'sl 1HH j,e. .. 4I)' 40'' im; 40' . .. ::i up, ji 'ii; .. 74", 7t, V.i 71' j .. i.'2'.i 2J'i il; '12 .. 7 73', 7.1 VIS i .. (", M(i .-.l (rt .. 1K 1.1 li, l!' k. 7.1 73 TB 73 ... SO .VI 1')', III, . WH nia, 11 'Mil ... 8s v, 8,,t S;ii sr-t Amerkau Sugar . .. Ameilcan Tobacco . Am. h. & W Athc, To. A i. Fe , T. 4. S. V., I'r . l'rucklm Traction Halt. & Ohio Cent. Tob i ceo Clies. A. Ohio Chic. H, (I. W Chic, 11, H rt r. I'jul Itock Island Iielauare A, Iluction Federal Steel Federal Steel, I'r ... Kin. i.lex., I'r ..t. 1iuU K Nasli Manhattan F.le ..... Mit. Tiailbm Missouri 1'lcIhu .... People's (las ., V. J. Central Southern I'aclDc .... Noifolk A, Western North, l'aclrle Noilii. Faelfle, rr . N. Y. Ctntial lint, ct West I'enna, It. II I'aeillo Hall ltradlni.' Heading, I'l Southern It. Tl .... Southern It. II., I'r Tenn. l A- lion .... P. S. Ifalher P. !4. Leather, Vt .. If. s. llulilHr l'nlon I'aclflo Pnlon raelflc, IT .. Special Diseases of Men S MY SPECIALTY. Do hl ip Center Not iwMwM? Them Soatter IJJJJIPkKA on Faoulties'i"H Specialty If you aie suAeiinK fie.ui n dvrase or condition p.ciillji to men, ni If )oit bs beta illsaislnled In not uelllng u iKiiiiaiicnt cure, I want .ion to rente and hive a resist chat with irw. I will enpliln to jou MY .sSTKM OF Till'. VI.Mi:.NT, wlilih I have originated and ileieloiKil after my whole life's evpereme in treating speelil disease of men. I hi no belts, sieelllCTi, free simples, ttiil treiilments or electro medical eouiblnatlons or similar cleilec which do not nnd cannot cure lUease iecullsr to men. My education, my expert, fnre, niv conscience, mi' ripiiutlou condemns nil such ipiukerv. If you will pay me a ilslt I will glie you ntl P. OF CHAItor. a thou.ui.li persnml examination ami mi bonot opinion of your case. If yen niv iniuruble 1 will tell you so, and udvl" jou so that jou will imt be liumhuggisl bi unscruputous praclltlniieis who elalin to tine all. If alter exm. ulna .leu, I tin. I volt ciuable, I will Ins' ro) oil of u srm.iiunl cure, inismuili as 1 111 gtic )iu n written gmrantee to icfund loll eiery cent you lime paid me lu laso I fall to eflett n cure, t i uki no ehatge fur midlilms, us they me alciavs iniludnl in Iho nominal fee, asked, and )oii know to the rent, liefiro jou stutt whit our whole treatment 1 golni to tost, and I will mike no false pitnlo is to the lime foi tie sike of giltlng jou as a patient, lis f pinmlse only whit 1 can do, and do ns I promise. I'NVATI'llAI, HIHMIA1UIF.S iloppfil In ." to U dn)s, MISSIONS and Dinlns ktopped in ". to 13 days. I'LCIIItl. I cire not of how long slnnllnf, I will dry thrui up at one STIIICTl'llll cured without tutting or clilatliu. HYHHOCKI.F. or nny swilllngs or 'nlirjctmnti reilueesl atoie e. I.MPOTr.NCY by ni) Fiitelii of tr.atm nt is unable Irrespective of Hit- lime stindlng or your age. IILMlDLIt AM) KIDN'FY deraiigei.ein,i by my )tcm of tiealment show signs of Im proiement from the very beglnnlig. TlIint'MATI'M, being caused bv impure condition of blood, Is cured permanently bv me SI'Ft IFIO lll.OOH I'OI.'sON'INrt, imaiiciitly cured witlioiil Ihc- u,e ol Iodide of Potss'i or Menury. WIIITK if .ion cannot call. Ml icire ondence strictly eonnilcnttil and sll replies sent In plain rnnlopi Imla... S-ecrit sump to Insure reply. OFFICh Hot It', rf, in. to 3 p ut did fi to S p in , SiiticlJ.it. Ill a m to 4 p in DR. MACKENZIE'S I rei'iiiiineiilly Located at Rooms 208-209-210 Pauli Building 426428 Spruce St,, SCRANTON, PA, TAKE ELEVATOR. Wabash, IT .It ii, ', Western l'nlon s-',i ,&,, S71, CHICAGO OI1A1S MMtKEl. Open- llltli- jv (loi Will: IT. iu.'. est. en liu'. Manli Wi 71', 7.i4j .1', May 73s; T3'i 71 7", I OI1S. itarrh ;' 0), ,".'ii, I'm Miy 41', '14 id', 40", OATS. May 23-" '.'jT, -'i1. ".Vi I'Oltu May 14U7 1(U7 1.1.7 IU'1 LVIll). May 7.17 7.17 7.1" 7. Ii KV sOHK CIIMN MAItKr.Y Open- High- Low- rios- WIIKAT ing. est eit in? Msdeli 7lJs ".l'-' 70 ."'J May s,) s,i, ;(,7, -; ( OltN. MJ) Id), 4lH 4 In Scranton Donid of Tirtde Exchange Quotations All Quotntloun Bnssd on Pnr of 101). STOCKS. Flrt Natloral IlsnU . . trantnn Savings Hank third National Hank lllme Deposit and Ihseount Hank.. Economy Light. II. A- P Co Lacka Trat ""afo lie-posit Co .. . Uid I'.'IKI 1 1) i!i) 1MI ked Clark A. Snovei Co , rr. lit Scranton Iron iei.ee (t Mb. Co Scranton Axle Work Lackawanna Hairy Co., IT Couiitv Savings Hmk fi Trust Co . si First National Bank (CarLondale) . . tandaid Drllllne Co Traders' National Hank 141 Seisnion Holt and Nut Co liii DON OS. Pcranton Passenjlir Itil'.wjy, flrtt Mortgage, due If .-0 113 People's Sliest IUIIsy, tlri-t mori- Rage. due 1'JlS 11'. People's Street Italltvsj, Oentral mortgage, due 1'i-Jl 113 Dickson Msnutaeturlng Cu Lacka. Township School . pel teni City of Scunton St. Imp. 1! pr cent Scranton Traction el ki ceiiu .... 1!J 101 2il .00 M ICO lei IOJ Scranton Wholeaule Market. (.CVrreclccl by 11. II. HJe, "7 Iaekuvinni Me ) llutter-Cieaiii'iy, aJa.'i'-j.-, , iL 11, lsiil t In e Full iieini, )Jal. i Kggs Wc'trni ln-li, '.I'.a'J'e : nearln uie, 22'jilc. Iliaij. Pfi hi ehol. e min nv, 2 5aii ". Pea Iltalu I'd hu., 2 IV2..i. Medium Hean, -Per bu 2I0.i'43 l.reeri IV is p,r bu . 'I 4Uj C. Onions Per bu , UL1" Flour lltt patent, 4 'o Philadelphia Grain unci 1'iocliice. Philadelpbii, Fi'i, 1". Wheit 'j.e. b.wcl. mi (rut gindi. liliiiun, 77a77'je. Cuii. I'ln,,, Nil. 2 iiiImiI Fibrillin, 41'..i4l-,i. Oil. Finn, No. J white clippi"!, UljaJ.li. Flour I '! ch.ui.'ul. lint In 1 inn; I.iiil) westuii m.iui.'ii, 'V'C'C.i do. do. pilnl', 'J.le . ; do. matin, .'I . Fgg. .sieadyi lre.li lit .imv . lie., do. uoitn'i iM'.t do soiilliMi'sii'in, 17'-e. : do. Kouthilu, I'.i t he,si Meed) llchncd sngjiw -- I 111 lian.iil t iittun Ml., lonn; middling upland'.. t iuii T llo. -Su id) , in piino. In hogsheads, 4',..; .ouiitiy do. birnU, 1 l, ..4 "-.-. t eukt. 3j'i,i Live Poultr.i ijulct but kte.idy: fowls, lOaiiiiji . mil loiolir, 7i , iliickuis, lUalOl.c.t ducks, 11 1 11...; ru, lOllli.-, Iiiiki..., So. Ilieasid Pou' ...lt.... ..1.1 I ... I. . l.l, . I...IM1 , 1 ., I'llll. -,.."., ...fl.lll.. ..... 1. V.l.'l.l. I'MI"'.' . ill. t.llr to good, IM'i'.i.; old inc-..ter., 7'isi . p.'irlo ehlikeli., li'il.i i in stem, I'.l 1 "2i 1 slits i i.iuib), iiilli.i wivtci do., IIjI.Ic; gise, 7a.n Kmlpts I'louii tin InriiU nnd Is.s.nio pounds In miks: wheel, 1 i.irtl '.uilicls. cein, 37.V1I bush els; csitl, ll.isSI bnsliiU .liliiiiciit.-li t, noiii.; 10111, 7,' "W biisliM,' oati, 11, Oxl bu.hcl New Y01U Oialu anil i'tocmce. New lllk, Feb. is.-Fiom Dull again mid ioi-r with top grades shaded a Utile to 101 loiiu to the iliop in iiiit.il Wl.i.lt -sjkh wijl. , o. J led, soi,,i. f n I, nlloitj No. ' 11..1 Tolic. ilevitoi. No. I loiiliirn Duliith, M'..i. 1 o. Ii, afloat ; opvIoM opened tcad) and lor a llnie adtaiiced bin sulm po i.tlv aitloiis, bo'.v r 11, wile hcaiish and MiiiKet 1 loed wik al ', 1 i. mt dullrei Maich clni.d T . ; Mav, 7 . . July, 7H',e. Curn "pot weukl No. 2, 4sij( 1 1. citor and l'si. f 0. b. af.oat, option .idiained lupldlv I cm a tlm. this moinliur but lain j way to 11 dilirmliii'd bear uttael, ind ilo.nl wei and ';('. lut lowii; Mi) 1 lived 4Hc. I11I.1, 4i',i Oats poi ipilil: N'o. !, .ti'ji.i No. .1, itk.j i white, .vie; No. :i wtiiie. .42'te.i trail. mi..d Afrtrlli, M'aJI'ji.l track white, :.ljai3lL.. " linns quilt and baieli sltad). Ibittei ste.i.1) fii.li iriamrti, IUM'h ; l.ictoi). Ilalii.l lune ricjrnery, l'i.i.iii : Iniltitirin m-aimry, llit. .late il.iln. l.laJli. Cheese-I'lLsettled: fan. 1 large fall nude. llall';i., fancy .mall full nu.li lie. I ggs Meadi , state and Penusjliania, l"i : we.tem, lidjc. j ...utlieiu, ll'-alot' Gliic.it'.o Ginln nntl Fioduce. Cliluj.0, Feb. IS Hi.' tout pit (mui.h.il u sjiedaih- ni ivdlid aeliiiti today. 'Hie May option after uu aihanco eirly. luoke undet lli,ui l it lull of euoimoijs ns bv longs .Hid closed ;'i.l 'i. loweii ctlicr market were afledisl )in patliiliinll). lii ill closing l.u'41.,, oils Ue. ,iud proilslons 7'sal'J'4i. depiessnl. ('.liii i)uotatl ma were as follow No. 3 spilng wheal, r.a7b 1 No 2 lid, 7l'ia73',jC.l No. ," cm. .ts'je.t No. 'i ). low, 3(11,0.! No.. J tats, Ai'taWjiM No. 2 white, :aCS'ie.,! No. .1 white, '.'7aJHi.i No. 2 r)e, Sl.i M'ic.) bailey, ir.e.j No I llu, M oil N'o 1 noitli. B FINANCIAL. BOND OFFERINGS Pnylng 3.33 to 4.75 Per Cent. Complete Chcnltir Xlst on Appllcatloa , Brooklyn Edison 1st Mtg. 4s, Chic, Burl. & Quincy 3 l-2, Cleve & Marietta 1st 4 l-2s, Evnns. & Terio Haute Con. 6s, Minn. Oen'l Elect. 1st Con. 5, Minn. & St. L. Con. Ss, Norf. & West. Imp & Ext. 6. Rio Grande West. 1st 4s, Terminnl It. R. of St. L. Con. 5s, United Rys. Co. of St. L. 1st 4s, Our Mati.tle.it Hipaitlileiit will gladly furnlsli lomplele data upon nil lilies of Investmeit securities "sl.ttl.tlaM Ta'ihs," 1901 (Pocket Fditloni, l om lead;-. Spencer Trask Si Cos 27-29 Piue Street, 05 Stntr St , Albany. KeV VOfk. "A Giimpse at Wall Streot and s. irlUilteiS llllt,M,ir IIIIUK t Ii Is s.iuibth!rjir rsdlrsllr ttiflerenl from othsr l.ubiusilotis 'er vstimble suit intsrsitltiK to tlitfirailors Abo iuarl.rt report epii CDCC nod monthly lluetus'lou .lirets OCISI lUCC iasol ilwj & Go: i'ii.eK? os.oeuiti psin. r i xiiiamji t: nml HI IIIlll.lUU'll. v.v ionic. I1 IHLIMIKO IttOS. Stocks, Bonos, Grain, Cotton. 1 ml ti n ir its "rlhiy Inl' elii'-i,tt nf. ttfnt,et. - "'iK-i. idc. .pm.-l.s uuee.n IcMrir iisnifktf llit..-rs in e ii t ,ii. Iloii i is 1-In -irr Insunts, I ,ml.,lt.ri l.lii, 7.orsrl1 Jllrfls.. l..rrrtpmiarBr Is.IlrS. wed, ' 1 4". I ; tlm.illiv, l ."; pork. stlWallJl. laid, J7." si7.'.7'i ribs, fi, m m ; ' 3 , linuMiis, (.'iji.'jt' ; nu.s, s;,'ua7.10; wlueLij, "1 .'i CHIcniro Live Stock Matlcet. Llne.io, lib 1 -(.Ittle fliKelpts, Ji.Oo.1 Biiipialli ti uly to 10.. lowti: Tiins about le.uli ; 1.00.I l pilmc Miis, el -,,,,!,; ,oi o imdiiuii, l inn 7n. sloikirs .m.l fitihrs. slow, t2.7li.iMn: cows, -2 'slit. M: biilris, s,2.S0al .(.; laincts, is.7.'.i2. I, bulls, J.Hal 20; lalves, '.i I 1.511: 'lc.n fisl bte.is, sai0.-: lci ijrss, strtre. i.:iiilli. liiis hulls, a2sui.isi Ilnis teipls loih), s,mij iinuoiion, :..I.1, lift oici. ivliiniliii. I.ihI, niiiktt ".iliv. limn; ti.i, f " Hilled rod hulthc.N, ." iiii.VsOj soml to clmne lie-u). i.tia"Ji': louaii linn ll5i".I'i, belt, M Fin :'.. lull, ol alt-, f :..ijj ,l. Mieep - l.i.upU .i.JeH', hliicp. ste.iily; IjiiiIw, shade loner: 'ftiMid to choi n wdlnMs. -.: 'Slil.l",; fnlr I to .liolie inliiil, .. 'sill: westuii shiep. i.1 'su 1 I I : This sheep, 4i..Vii .hi; mine lambs, M 1 b2u, silent lainlw, i ". i7. 1". 1 a t , New YoiU Live Stock.; 1 Ni uil lib. is. -llicicS" Sleers'sfow anl 1 fulli lo.'. on, bulls nnd sows, stedy to 10' hUhon steiis, sij'ui.'O: bulls ssl.lu.il '"i. JiHa it.it do, l ..il.i-); inus, s.0j.iJ,!O; ilu fat 'rolls in, I In II. i. sil"i ('lives -e..ls, sellit 1 and sti-ad) ; nilics t ilus l.iuii; ii.ils, s;,0aS. ;v, i 1. 1". is'''li)I 1,111,1.11,1 slnit. psiiloO; teailin:s, , s2'J1i.i; wctcin .i 1 1 . s.li'i.111 -.I,,,,, s,tcai, lambs, HUI5e bmn; xliei p. lal SO: lambs, "u i o, elr.l. k'i s,". s;1.. I liipa Maikrt losei isiinmnu westeui hoi.s, el U'i -tale In 'as ipioivd "I T.'.j'i fl I Enst Llbfity Stock Maikat. l'Jt l.lbcrt), Fi'i. is - Cattle "-low , extis, s.'i,:0uV3u: in i ill's. M.il '2: common, $.liJ.7b Unas 'low and lovwr: irimo iiinlliuiH, jJ.,,2l J.iVSt hist Vorkers, 1nAi1 Wjj hetvj' hoffs. UD l A.11I il-'. i-i40'iVI louahs, H.7.io.l'l. flieili I - Meldv en simp .id lower on l'milis; rliol.i witlurs, WCflil.7: loiu'iinn, 'US; iholie lambs , MUMTMi. nil i Jill's, 7a7.'ii Oil Mniket. Oil 111). I ell. S CnJll Isllatles, l'2l. ter uiMutcs, no bid; hlpminls, ili.'-f-N. .niurr, ,s . ijl binds: iun, iiiiw barrels: aviraue. so.jos; barrels s. i ii Mie of Ohio. I tl.v of Toledo, buca, loiuii), ti FKANK J. t III.NFV nukes oaih tint ,e j, uiilor palluei ol H'o Jlll'i '( I'. J. Cj;.NLV A" CO , ilolna; biulnoiss lu tho (Ity of Toledo, Count r and State aforesaid, and that said rtrm will pji the .urn of ONI! UlTNIlltFIl DOI.bAIt-J for each and eveiy ease of (WTMIIIII thai unnni be ciirtd by the use of IIM.l.'H CAT.nill lIlltF. , , niVNK J. CIIENI1V. mvoiii to before mo and ultribd In mv liresenie, this bill day of December, A. f., WI. lcul 1 ' ' A. 'V. nUKA-JON. Notaiy PublK Hall's Catarih Ctn is taken Internslly, anri acts illicitly on the blood ami luuoniu mirfscei of the Si slim. Send for tstliiniials, fn, F. J. CIIUNUY . CO , Toledo, O. Sold bv Ilriigiiisls, 78c. Hall's Family Pills tie tin host. 11 1 . vs.'?