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THE SCRAftTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 1001.
THE TRIBUNE'S " WANT " DIRECTORY
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special lo the Sciiinlon Tribune.
Susquehanna. April 16.-i:nBlni;ci
tlef-rsc Fletcher mid family, of Wil
low Eticet, arc iviuovlns to Gioat Hend,
ihclr former hunt".
A social will bo held In tho HoRtin
Ueiu house on Tlniimlay uvenliiK f;
I'mfca-jof fierce, of Uliighninlun. will
furnish mimic for the laeimloii.
Moody jiost, No. 52. 0. A. It-, will
hold a camp-tire hi KiiIkIUk of Pythian
tractive proKiatnini hai been nrruiiKed.
ttactlvo proBr.iiuine hltt hi. on ti(rnniRiMl.
Tim Hurley, of Simnueluinnn, will
ft;ht Oeorse fi'iirilnor at Manchester,
Now Iainpshhe, Apill IS.
j'-orcst fires ure doing conslUotuble
diiinage lr. this vicinity.
The return of Ttev. Webster IX Mow
ton to the pastorale of the Avenue
.Mothodlwt churrh, Oakland, is hailed
with the liveliest satisfaction by the
church and the community.
a'Ifs Esther Skoglund, of the Oakland
Side, left today to visit -Miss Sarah
Anderson, In "Washington, P. C.
Itev. Charles Henry Newlnt?, for the
l-ind. tlirt-? ywus pat-tor of the Susriue
henna Ajethudlft church, will at once
remove to Dunmoic, Him union. Ho In
on ublc picnchcr, a hard worker and
a Kunlul ecntleinun. and his departure
ttill be very pmerally rot'ietted by the
church mid tin; community. .Mi. and
Mrs. Newlng have the bei.t wishes of
a multitude of friends for their success
and happiness in their new Held of
The "Women's Kclief coipfi will attend
tin- camp-fire to Iw held by Moody post
mi "Wednesday evening.
The Chrlntliiu Kndenvor soclcly of
iln- Prohbytcrlun church will hold an
lie i ream social at the resilience of
.loMph Leslie, on Tirotnl street, Wed
Hundreds nf Su.stiueliamia liou?u
wlvifc ate In the thiocs of holi.sc-clean-injr.
I toy. I N. Shlpman. tlio comes to
the Suliuuhanna Al-othodlst c.hurch,
has nerved eharges at Hawlcy. Mont-ln-se.
13lin;l)f.niton and oilier places.
Charles F. Curtis is improving his
Jackson sli eel residence.
It is retorted that the RimriuehnniiA
shop? are to be equipped with a travel
iug crane and much improved machin
ery. Slut-sun's 'Tncle Tom's, Cabin" com
pany w'".sippear in Ho"?an Opera licir-c
API 11 2&
The Laiiesboio httrnnur "ill nut cuter
to .the railroad eNcurslon business this
soii'ton, but it can be chartered by pii-
Special to the Fcranton Trlhutic.
Thompson, April 10. Mr. anil Mis.
Hay W. Oelatt. or s-cranton, tpent the
Sabbath with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
i. E. Oclatt, on Jefferson street.
W. W. Jlcsscnser took the train for
Cnrbondale this morning.
Mrs-. Ada Turrell and Mrs. "Warren
Pickering: are visiting Mr. and Jlrs.
O.scar Stunt', in Jackson, today. Their
daughter .gncs Is very low at this
H. C. l'uldtvln, of Jeisey City, was
looking after his interests at the milk
tatlQii yesterday, returning this morn
ing. A. YV. I'Jates. although over eighty
venr.s of age, mado a business trip to
ritevens' Point and Sherman lodiiy.
A. Howell. esi., oC Herrick Centre,
was in town this morning.
The friends of Hev. W. J I. Fieneh, of
the First Baptist church, will give a
supper on Friday evening In Grand
Army of the ltcjmhlic hall for his bene
fit. Comrade C. F. Waterman, who has
been lonftncd to his home, all winter,
was s'een on the streets yesterday.
F. M. Lewis was tiansacting busi
ness in Susquehanna, this afternoon.
J. D. Miller, esq., attended the Wyo
ming conference, at "West Plttston, over
Rev. P. It. Tower returned from con
ference last evening and reports a very
enjoyable session f the roufurence.
Rev. A. D. P v is visiting relatives
in the valley, bef c resuming his work
The giangers have a. maple sugar
social this evening In their hall, on the
Mrs. H. L. Tower and sson, after a
ten dttvs' -visit with her illicit: at Rest
Cottage, left for Afton, N. Y.. oil the
morning train, and thence to her home
nt Coven 1 1 y. N. V.
Special to the Scrantnii Tiihiine.
Forest City, April 1. Joe Smith, a
Polander, about nineteen years of age,
was found on the Clltford culm dump
yesterday morning In an unconscious
condition, lie had been drunk the day
before, and it is suppostd went to the
dump lo sleep. The dump Ib on fire,
and the ulphur fumes, rendered him
unconscious. When found, he was
nearly baked bv the heat, and hp eiioci
v In a few houis,
The fair of the Forest City tian,d
named with a veiy largo crowd last
night. The indications point to u. very
Forest City's new policeman started
In on a vigorous campaign last night.
He locked up three noisy citizens, who
found liberty through thu burgess'
court In th morning.
A number of trout enthusiasts
whipped the streams yesterday.
Sheriff Maxey wus In town yester
day, t'ireut preparation)! have been made
for the Anglo-American tea to be held
In the guild rooms of Clulst church this
oveplnK. A large number ot tickets
, have be.oii sold,
Uev. XX, L. C'laike 1ms been leturned
to Forest Cltv Methodist church for
another year, ..inch to the satisfaction
nf the entlie cousiCBatlon.
Special to' the Scranton Tribune.
TunkhanuoeU, April U i'he .Mon
day cub met yesterday afternoon at
the home of Mis. Martini Uunnell on
the corner, of Warren and J-.'ast Tioga,
Attorney H. J. Harding, of Wilkes
Iiarre, was calling on friends In town
Evan Avery, who s employed at
Syracuse, Js y spent Sunday with
his puieuts, Mr. and Mis, F. P, Avery.
Jr, und Mrs. Charles A. Hungerford,
who spent the winter In Florida, ro
turned home on Saturday,
Richard lolgutc, esq., and A, A,
Vosbhrg, enq., of the Lackawanna
county bart are attending court here
this week. Mr. Holgalu Is Interested
for the defendant In the case of Foster
W. Hush vs. L. II. Stephens, and Mr.
Voshurg Is in the case of Mnry A.
Rumlle vs, McKlnncy & Klephens.
Vv. K. F. Avery returned lroin
Compton on Monday, where he wan
called lo attend thu funeral of his
Mtf.i Camilla Cadalfo, of Hast Le
mon, Is visiting her cousin, Miss Fan
nin Stark, on Wyoming avenue.
April term of the court of common
pleas convened on Monday nt 2 p. in.
The trlol list Is much shorter than
usual. The case of llundlo vs. McKln
ney & Stephens Issue to try the validi
ty of ti Judgment was on trial when
James C. Thayer, of Hlnghamton, N.
V Is Htopplng a few days with his
family at this place.
Judge John A. Slttser lctt yesterday
for u trip to southern- Texas, where ho
will remain some time.
Mrs. Ursula Scott, who has been car
ing for her sister, Mrs. Mlnot Klley. ot
Springvllle, during- the past winter, Is
stopping with friends nnd relatives for
a few dr-& at this place.
Mrs. . Art ha Bunnell Is conllncd to
her homo by the grip.
Mr. and Mr-. George Stevens, of
Webster, N. Y., who had charge of the
canning factory at this place last sea
son, arilvcd In town on Monday, pre
paratory to entering uioii their duties
for another season In the same capac
ity. Dr. i:. F. Avery Is cnteitalning his
brother from the West.
John Alden and wife, of Noxcn, were
visitors in town on Tuesday.
Attorney Klmer Cok, of "Wilkcs
Barre, Is altemllng court at this place
Augustus Van Gorder and family
have removed from this place to the
Charles "Whet-lock farm in JSnton.
"William N. Ttclnolds is engaged In le
bulldlng the house known as the old
Muck homestead, on East Tioga stret.
sprn.il lo tin1 hciatilfii Trilimii-.
Hallstcad, April 1.. Leon Sloat has
just been presented with a souvenir
cane from the Philippine islands by a
soldier friend who has just returned
No services were held In the Meth
odist Episcopal church Sunday as the
pastor was attending conference. It Is
with pleasure that the people received
the news that Rev. Krnesl "'otwell had
been returned to his charge here.
A meeting of citizens was held in
Mitchell hall Friday afternoon to dis
cuss the question of erecting si mu
nicipal building. No definite conclusion
was arrived at.
The stone quarrying business has
opened with a rush of orders.
The Chapot Chamois company, of
ft real Bend, are employing a number
of hands and working on full time.
Great Uend has organize,! a strong
base ball team and expett to defeat
Montrose in a series of games this sum
mer. A bicycle belonging to Jamie Slmrell
was stolen early Saturdny morning
trom the young lad's home on Main
street. The thief has not yet been ap
prehended. Mr. and Jlrs. Herbert Thomas expect
to remove lo C4reat Rend this week.
Charles Austin has purchased a
house and lot on Mnin street from Mrs.
Jlrs. William Hoover and son, were
visiting relatives In Hlnghamton dur
At the warm sugar social given by
Uk ladles of the Presbyterian church
lest Thursday .ft! was realized.
Miss Carrie Mead has accepted a sit
uation as stenographer In the office of
Justice of the Peace C. L. Crook.
Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Burton, two of
Hallstcad's prominent citizens, after
a long residence In this place, will re
move to Binghamton May 1. Of late
they have conducted a boarding house
In the Hayward house.
Jlrs. ,T. H. Van Loan upon her return
ft om Washington last Saturday even
ing was met nt the depot by her Sun
day school class composed of young
indies. A leception followed at Mrs,
Van Loan's home.
Charles "Williams and family have
moved Into the log cabin on DuDois
Miles Fisher and
hhve recently had
their houses re-
Deestrick school is a coining attrac
Hon at the Young Jlen's Christian as
Special to the S'.rantcn Tribune,
Nicholson. April Iti. Mis, P. H. Hell,
who has been very ill at her home on
Stute stiect, is convalescing.
Jilts Beulah Evans, of Faetoiyvllle,
was the guest of her friend. Jllss Min
nie Burke, a few days !as-t week.
Jlessrs. Brice Fredenburg and Jlaur
Ice Hlnklle and JUses Jessie Stephens
and A'era Taylor upent Sunday with
Jllss Taylor's sister, Mrs. Lou Bedell,
JIis. II. K. Wllklns visited friends In
Scranton a few days last week.
The Delaware, Lackawanna and
Western railroad today completed the
switch for the uso of the Nicholson
local. The switch extends along the
west side of the platform. The local
train will leave from this switch and
lay in the switch at night.
Jl. Shields, Jr., Is locating a telephone
line to extend from his residence to
his store, office, yard office und Dela
ware, Lackawanna and "Western sta
tion. The Delaware, Lackawanna, and
Western signal men are placing -signals
at this station, which -will be opeiated
by the telegraphers In their office, The
signals ate for tho purpose of (lagging
east or west-bound trains for orders.
The company will soon pluce a tower
at this station, when, l.n all piolmbllity,
Interlocking switches will be put In
use. The company lifts new engine
turntable on the ground near the old
table, which, wo understand, will be.
put In as soon us the new table at
Cayuga is completed. AVe also under
stand that II. D. Tiffany has bwn
awarded the contract for grading the
svvllch to his quarry fioni Cuiiuccl's
liny Roof has returned to his home
at Fort Plain, N. Y.
6pcUl to the Scuctcn Tribune.
Duryeu. April !, That the reap,
polntment of Rev. II. A. fliecnn to the
Methodist Hplscopal chuioh of this
i J& M
FROM MAY 1
Store in The Tribune building,
now occupied by the Times, in
cluding Desks, Steim Meat and
Also 1 200 feet of floor space on
4th floor of the Tribune building,
suitable for light maufacturing. In
cluding heat, light and power.
Enquire at office of
hUMMER IIOMK-On Paradox Likc-Crm of the
Adltondaiks 0',i inllei north or Schtoon
l..'i)c. rotlusc of rvcn room, coniplctily
timildlitd, e.MCt tiblc and bed linen .aid
lbcr; liai torn- laiRC, ally Pcdiooms beds
line wlu splines .ind ni.iUru. Mountain
i-prlng w.itor in kltclicn; Burden space, it dcstri-l;
beautiful setnerv. charminc drives boating, tWi
in;r. Two malls dally. l.Hcry convenient.
Iili-r ?:00 for tli- rin. I'urtlicr paitknlun
apply Samuel n. Ilcardflry, SOt Washington
street. New Votk clly.
FOB HUNT Pctroi room IbL with all modem
Improtementf, Including; Meant lical, hn
inntcil lias i.mse, cleelric llclil, etc ; rent
icasonible. OH rally. DU-'I Mulberry street.
KOIt lll'.NT IIoikc No. 1112 North Wa-hlnj;-ton
atenue; 11 room nnd bilh room; all
nenly pjpeicd and painted. Apply at 537 Lin
FOU TtKNT 12-IIoom house; 10 Puller sheet,
Dmiinoic; balh, heat and cold ttjtrr; l.uin
dry nearly new. II. .V. I'atrick, 311 Wash
FOR IIKXT 11'iCKim liouse. modern impiote
menLs Ki Madison atcnuc.
UJ'l RRKC.V HiriOE SinnET. ten room. modern
iuiiruenients; steam heal turnished; desir
leirahle. Beal Estate.
.fl2,inl Will secure lnodun stcimOiealed
residence with bun ami laigc lot, about
one Mod: from toiirt hotitc .-fU.irc. l'or
particulars ."-ec W. T. ll.ickett.Heal Estate Dealer.
,MiOHiij a a roomy stciuHicated Iiou-r. two
blocks trom lourt house squaie. W. T.
Ilackctt, Ileal Estate Dealer, Heal KsUtc Kv
rhaiiKC, Washington atenue.
,000-Ilujs sttnm-heated tlouao tith a barn;
onlv three Mocks fiom ir.iirt liouac. s-e
W. T. Hackelt, Real Estate Dealer, Iteal Estate
fcM,0no Ilujs a lino residence on I he hill near
Vine meet, with Ii.uu; ronnw aie large
and plenty ol Ihcm: receplion hall, dining
100m and stairs furnished in iuk. fcee this suic.
W. T. Hacked, Heal Estate r.'c'ci.
$12,500 II111 s the finest located steam-luMted
icsideni-c in the city. This is Miong lan
guage, Imi. 'lis true. For particulars see W.
T. II.ic.kctt, Ileal Estate Dealer.
M,000 Will buy a modem eight-loom house
on Jefferson atenue. This seems too good to
be hue, but 'tis hue. Ileal IMate Dealer
Hackelt can turnih pailieularA
fJ.lOO Modem single, at Nay Aug Park, section.
W. T. Ilackctt, Ileal IMate Deiler.
place la approvcel by tills connnunt
ity Is undoubted. Kcv. Jlr. Greene lias
ac-L-omplislied a gicat work in assisting
lo clear the old Crick churrh of debt
mid all will rejoice that he is to con
tinue in the Held to which he has been
Airs. Ainmcruniu vl.sitcd friends in
Jlr. und Mrs. W. ("J. Kvans vlsitod
Iricmls at this place Sunday.
Found A valuable culf button:
owner can liuvft .same by calling at
Lanc'ti grocery store.
Special to the scianton Tribune
Lewisbiiigr, Pu., April lri. Thiough
the effortn of Coach Hosklns the irtielc
DKiii aie rapidly loumlliu'. into shape
and u speedy rcluy team will bo picked
trom tht'f-e to run In the annual ath
letic, carnival hold by the University
of Pctiitf-ylvanlu. The first picllmln
aty rates conies off on Wednesday,
T.ti&t Sunday the Hev. J, Henry Ilas
Uitn, of the- Fli,sc Baptist chmch, oC
Wllllanisport. delivered the annual t--er-lnnn
before the College Christian asso
ciations, Monday evening last the Clitls' Dra
matic club prcseatcd "Itcbeccd's Tri
umph" before u select audience. The
utfalr was a vre.it f-uccess and roflet-ts
Bre.it orfdlt upon the members of the
organization und upon MI?s Schilling
ei, tholr iriKtiuetor.
Pretty faces, ehurmlng manners, daz
zling ctilorH and oxriulBlte taste com
bined to make the annual rollege i?lrln'
reception of last Friday nlsht a murked
fcucr-ia at a social event of the life
at Buc-km-ll. Seldom, If over, were the
decoration's fa tastefully nnd artisti
cally arranged. The oruhestra, half
hlddon by a bower of palms, added
Its witchery to the already churnilng
hisipy, pnillliig faces were everywhere
ficne end f-oon all were under the In
lluoiice of Hie bright surroundiitga and
in evidence. Tlu conavirvatory, ar
raiiE'td In the w?st parlor, attracted
much Httfntion and favorable comment
ftom all. The slrls are to be congratu
lated en their hiici-esp,
Saturday the base ball seat-cm w,is
opened by n rather loosely played and
uiilnt'-roslliiR' Biime with rtloomsbure
State Noiniul school, The vleltors won
by their hard hlHlnp- which In tha
sixth Inning was terrific, The score;
VUirlt-nfll ., ,.3 2(1(1(1 2 0 (1 0-T
Ulnrtmt-huriT 3 0 0 (t I) a J 0 a s
't'he Ilucl-Tiell aeudeiuy lost on tha
biimo day to the l.owiubiirg High
school: gcoio fi to S.
The many fi lends of the Hv-ta Uult.i
PI fe-(.roiit. will be glad to know that
the Oni.inui -hapter liars been institut
ed In a' He, Uoullgiie'ii fcelc-ct school at
Chevy f'lu.fe, Almyland. Ve are glad
to ehionlclu such nrowliifr fueoess of
tho oldffit f-ororily of our institution,
IJoctoif Htilley and Oroff htv been
t-ccured as Instructors at the Pennsyl
vania Clmulriqun lo be hold at Mt.
Grlna Ihla rummer.
Stuntcn, 'W: Pael:-r. 'O.'j Uertolette.
(?; l.c-lbt-r, 'OS. attended the dlttrlot
cuivfnllor. of the Phi Kappa Pu! fra
ternltt' which met at Pliiludclphlu dur
ing iho past week.
Miss I.auu; K. 6nyder, a graduate
Lines 0 Cents
Four Lines, 3 Cents for Each Extra
M,50O Ilujn n cosy, modern eight-room lioiie,
lotnleil on the sludy uhle of one of the
nio'.l Hth.iclhe bloiki on the hill. K H1I1
U ttlut you are looking for sdj llr.ikelt.
!tT,''Vt Iluyrt a Mil lot, wllli steluil-lieateil
lesldcnee, delightfully situated on the nhady
side of Clay utcnue; 111 a bargain thl
knocks them nil nut. Iteat Estate Dealer lllckct'.
I i.n 11 for rale.
?l,0O0 FOIl MO.ooo This In no faliy tale; It
means that 910,000 will buy a l.trg(, mod
ern. tra.m-hMtetl double home tvllh laigc 1 t
and bain on pated atenue, near Mulberry slice
and worth $1.1,000. Sec Ilackctt.
?1,J00 Uujs u nine-loom, team-liealed house,
near (Julncy atenue! teims easy. W, T.
Ilackctt, Ileal Estate dealri.
$750 UP TO $50,000 Ileildeiice properties In all
parts of city and Mihuib. IV. I'. Ilackctt.
LOTrf-Speelal bJign In building lot. W. T.
S0O lluta lot .'iOxtSO. I'cnn atenue, (Ircen
Hldgc. Wells a Km lor.
lf'2,300 Muja S-room house, hnprotcmenK lot
40vl20. Waircn direct, Protldcncc. Wells A:
.f2,C00 lliij i one douMcs house, 7 and 8 loom",
ienl for ST and S; one single hour? tenia
for M; lot lltfiloi, Delly sheet, Oieen Midge.
Wells k Keator.
?2,0.y llu.ts R-room ho-isc, lmpioteinenti,
2509, Pretcott atenue. Welh & Keator.
10 11 SAI.K C'ar load ol joung sound hoi-r,
weighing ficm 1150 to 1000 pounds. 221 Oak
ford rouit. ,1. Jl. Field.
hlOEEX The person who took umbrella, hum
postoltlce laat etenlng about 0.30 will sato
tumble bv returning same In the Uiekuw.inni
WANTED Position as head g.iidner, or llorist,
on J prltate or commeuial pi ice in llu
vlcinitv of .Vianton or Wilkeiflarre. Addiess
C. Wc-ole;-, P. O. Ilex irt, Wutpoit, Conn.
bITl'ATION WANTED-Ily a joung man as so
licitor or collector; experienced. Address,
"K," 1109 Fik atenue, rily.
bITL'ATION" WANTED-Young man 10 jojic.
wishes .1 position as bicycle icpaliei; llit
class icfeiener. Jl. A. C, Tiibune office.
SITUATION WANTED-Ily a joimg man. .is
collector; has bad lour tails' cpeiierco
with a leading turn ol Ihi- ,lty a.id cm tumUli
A No. 1 icfircncw. Address ',. U. li.. Tribune.
SH'UATION WANTED-JIiddle-agcd man und
w-ifc, no children; carelul; no drink oi
tobacco habits; wish caie ot gentleman s resi
dence dining summer; bct refcience-. Address
f-tTVATION' WANTED My a .toung girl, Piotest
ant, to do general liousenoik. 212 Putnam
street, Scranton, Pa.
SITUATION WANTED To go out by the day
washing, iioning or cleaning. Call or
addic-A Mrs. Hiissell 1210 l.'cdar atenue, city.
MAN of ability, 27, man led, well cduc-ated,
with knowledge ot Hie art ot adteitis
ing, mechanic with sonic e.peiiencc, desiies
to engage with either a manufacturing or whole
sale establishment or large department store.
No reasonable ofTer in any line offering chant n
for promotion rofu-od. Con espondence solicit
ed. Addic-s Po 170, Rerwick, Pa.
JIAItltlED man, no ehildien, would like position
as steward, janitor, c-.uet.ikcr or woik of any
kind. C'., Tiibune olhce.
of the insilltitp, and now a member ot
tho graduating r.-las-s ol the Women's
College, ii f Baltimore, has -just been
awarded the highest honor ol the year,
the Oxford Fellowship. .
lm-is, '02. has gone to his home in
Xiinticokc. where he will teach a. few
weeks in place- of T. .1. Morris. 19C0,
v ho is recovering from an attack of
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Oiht-on. April 13. Mrs. A. .T. Git en,
of Ilopbottoni, visited her daughter,
Mrs. James lleirlck. here this week.
Clailley Tlngley spent his faster va
cation with Ills mother and orother.
1j W. Seutcr visited ft lends In Car
bondale u few days last week.
Gene Withers and Miss Snltzer, of
Harford, visited at IM McConuell's
A business ineeiliig ol the Y. P. C.
V. was hold at Miss Kflle Tlugley's
last Tuesday evening,
A. C, Sweet Is hi Montto.se this week
J. Uurrows and wife vhdtcd fi lends
the past week In Uradford county,
NEW PISTOIa FOB THE ARMY.
Luger Lends in the Test by the
Jly l"velu-ite Wiie fiom 'Ihc A'luiiatcd i'lctsj.
Washington. IX '., April 1U. Tho
army is to be immediately provided
with a new and improved type of pis
tol. Tho Liiger, recently ofilelally
adopted 'by the Swiss government, was
selected 'by the board of ordnance, and
It is recommended that 115,000 be al
lotted for the Immediate purchase of
1,000, to be distributed among tho
troops of regular cavalry.
The results obtained at the test of
the Lttger wero extremely gratifying.
The Miape Is better than that of the
Colt. The Luger fired 110 shots per
minute against forty by tho Colt. Out
of a totuj of thirty shots fired at u
target from the luger, twenty-four
struck home, und when the same man
fired at the same target twenty-eight
shots from tho Colt Iip ta only able
to make nine targets, if the new auto,
inatlo pistol proves us efficient In actual
service ils it bids fair to from the Je
suits of tho tests It will b-3 geueially
distributed In tho at my.
CORONATION OF EDWARD,
Major General Corbin Will Represent
United States at the Ceiemonies,
By llvcliulve ilre fiom The Associated 1'iesa
Washington, Apill lu U Is piouable
that Major General Corbin, adjutant
general, will be limned to represent the
UnltPd States at the coronation of King
Kdwnrd VII. This ceieiiioiiy Is under
stood to follow closely the expiration of
the year's mourning in memory of the
late Queen Victoria, which would bring
the date about February next.
It Is realized, however, that follow
ing .1 precedent ah eddy ehtabll&hcd In
England, the period of mourning- may
lie cm lulled an a. concession to the
tta.de inteivsts of London, which sulVer
greatly thereby, and the coronation
may take pluce come time next fall.
Money to Loan.
JI0SIJV to loan on Iniptoted elly leal ulate.
ilENItV IlEUN, .tit.
I'lIAS. It, 1XI.I.
THE I'cnn Mutual 1.1 fp hiKiiratice Vn.
piny Hill loan upon first runrtgiwe upon
tentrally lcc-ited piopeitlcs unt iimoiml, for term
of yrarr, ill low lad- of ilileret. C'aptnll,
Attorney, Patill Hull. ling.
STIIAtUlir loans In muoiinM '0 to lOO.um
at t1! to il per cent; payments tnnnthlv,
ccinl-iinnually or jeail.t. Inteicl rn b.ihmie.
W. M lluntiell, Ally, :iut--2 Jleam llldg.
MOXEV lo loin on bond unit uioitg.ige. any
aiiiounl. M. II. Ilntnatc. Couimonweallli
ANV AMOUNT OF MOSF.V TO t.OAN-tJuUW,
ftialaht leans ol llulhllnp and Eoati. At
liom 4 to 'I pel CTiit. Call on N. V, Walker,
311.313 Connell building.
BRANCH WANT OFFICES.
Want Advertisements Will Be
Hecelved at Any ot the Follow
ing Drug Stores Until 10 P. M.
l.ni:nr Clll.l X.. lumu Mulbertj
sheet and Wcbslti .ivi-mie.
(l STAV PIC'llEE, WO Adann avenue.
l".OrifK W. ,II:m;IN, lOI .-south Main
FIIEII 1.. TEIIPPK, 7-21 Ceilai atenue.
OI.O. W. DAVIS (oriin- Nonh Main
ii c tine and Jlniket sheet.
CIIA111XS P. JOMIs,
r. .i. .ioiins, ii;o riiccn nidge stiect.
U. I.OHENZ, corner Washington ate
nue and .Marion sheet.
W. II. KNI.ITEE. 1011 litmg .ueiiii-
.1. o. honi: ,t SON.
Help Wanted Male.
A bnghl and energchc toung man of thoiousli
local ai.cuainl.iiieu and well-rounded newspaper
ctperiencc- lo taki- a responsible position on a
well established Northeastern Pennsjlvanl.i dally
nev.'spaix-r. Addicss "Pioneer," care Tiibune,
stating age, c.tpeihnco nnd pay expected
WANTED A man unable ot' managing a ship
ping department ct a turnltiire and carpet
business in an intelligent manner; one not alianl
ot woik; must be Ihoioughly expeiienccd in
packing and titling; waste- ol time lor any cither
to apply. 11. F. Co., Tiibune office.
WANTED Neat, intelligent oltice boy in ciim
neer's ofliee. Room 112 Hoard of Trade Illdg.
WANTED Salesman for domestic ilepai Intent,
Apply at office. .lonas Lens's- Son".
WANTED Salesman for duvs good depaituiciil.
Apply at office. Jonas ling's Sons.
WANTED At once, a Rood tailor. Apply to
Richairi.s t Whlh, K2il l-ackawanna avenue.
WVNTED-A flist class e-oat maker. Apply T. P.
Jlcfiieil, Atoca, Pa.
Wall Street Review.
Xevv York, April pi. The slock uiaikcl gate
evidence that Ihc speculation aiill iitaiiu an
abundant vitality, but nitvrllicrra the tone was
cslicmely tctcush and at times very nertous.
At, opportunity was triven duriue the nimnlutr
lei.M-p thu uiitiifdom ol the (.peiulalivo leackii
In bavins alleniptcd to oubatilulu u lot of low
Siaile industrial stocks for thu IiIkIi sradc rail
loads as leaders ot Ihc market, The tiolctil ic
l.ipsiu from c-leida'.s iu.iiiipul.itcd achiinccs ill
some ot these toelo caused considerable rllaonl'i
in the inailtut diiiiui; the early tradius. Tin'
cleeicled weakness ol the t'nlted Males Meel
lolkB on :k fount of tin- lepoited thieat of the
piit-ldeul ot the Am.ilijatnUed a-nurlatini to pie
elpltatc a Atlike li.nl an uiistttlilu,' cltect all
tluoiiRli the indusliial list. II was piuted once
airain tint the fn.ltttri.il sloel.s ate iiilluenucl
by such a t.uiety u iaii-fs and conditions that
it is hupelci-s lo indiin- any uniform movement
in all of thciu. A number oi ilia high prlceil in
dustrials cuulluued to fhotv nticiisth, notably
susar and Ainalsamalcd Copper. 1 he ileallnK in
the latter sloik weie on an enormous tealc and
tho pike movement tlolenl and ciiatic, AlUr
the cipcnliii; bulge leallzluj eairied the ptice 'i
below last niijht. I.-itcr in the day atlcr lb
publlcitlon of lh" piopcs-ilion tor ib-oipllon of
Itiittc and l"slun and Montana the stink was
rn-licd up I'd lii'iu the lovve.-l in IJ'-'s. The
last piice was 12"i a net mln ot onl.v '. The
general luaikit pioved i.ithir indlfieient to the
liiovemcnt ol tin- -peeiilties and (In IC wa, a
lu-ncial dc-clluluir tindem.t. Hock Inland .e.lills
lalliufr :V'l umler last ul;lit and a laiue uuiiibu
ot piomiiient lallioad stocks Ih-m I to -2 p.ilut-.
Willi Ihc leilval o lumois tint the llutlingtcm
plan ot meiKer would certainly be publlshi'd
lids we-k und the lhle became ctiac,idliuiily
buoyantly astalu and Iheie was a i-vinpalluil-u-covrry
in the Reneial r.iaikel.
'Ihc- Kan.is-Tea lcnu weie aiiuthu iciuu
of strength. In this movement llniliiiKti.il
touched 1BJ, a ld-overy liom tint lowest ot ,';,
and Northern I'aclllu tellini? ec-diviilend ot I
per cent rose by tlolcnt adtamet to lu-",1.-, an
eMreme advance of ','tj. The 1'rie lo,ks inse
Irom ' te .1 poliite, 'I he pi ices oi all of these
blocks escc-pt Kile second prcloried madj new
idsh lecords today. Notwltlistandinir the svm
nalhetici lecntiilet in the geiteial niaiket it will
be bti-n that the ilav'rf net claii; ate- a a
rule ot lnslKiililcaul iliiueiislon-. Total tans
today, 1, SI 7, I'M bIi.ucs.
Tlic bond inaikft became iueitulai today oh
icaliilu? In spieiilatlve jue, 'lutal s.iles. pn
value, is.'i.Suo.mii, I". ", ictundluc -,' dei'llned
!' and new Is advauicd U on the- la.st tall.
The following quotations aro fumUhed The
Tiibune by M, i. Jnnlali A. Co,, (oeins iUT'H
Mcais bulldlti;-, .-elaiitcn. Pa. Tele phoii'j MM;
Oiic-u- llljli. Low- i o;
Il if, est. ct, In,;,
Amor. MiK4i 14'J'i llli'i lls'i i:
Auier. Tubaeei. IWi VIUij IS'l li'l'i
AtchUnu , ,.,, ' i-'i'i I't-s KITs
Atchison. It o.Mi n.,-; in-1; p-,.;;
llmok. Traction M'i " 't M!i
Halt. & Ohio ,..,UI tel tJ, 'n.
rout. Tobacco l"Ti i IPJ I7'i
Clics. iV Ohio 17 17 in"! (Ulj
I hlv. & fit. West 2i iitj '.'.i ii'j
t Mo., II. & O. Iss'.i lrti IsTlj 19IT
t. l'aul I3t l.".Hi IMH ltS
Hock Maud I.VI'j lil-'i 3,i; JW-,
IM. k lludwu I7!i Hi 77',j Imi
Mil. Tuition mb 17IU IK'i l".l:
Mliso. I'acilii- IIU'J KM Jiri litia,
r-oiitUcin Paiilir , IJ5; u! .,ij Pi
Noitulk i We.l , r.ji; r.js; ,-,ii ,-,.s;
Norihun I'aciik n; jir.ij h jii.t;
Vullli. 1'JiIlk-, 'i. ,,.,, w,'i HJ5; M.'l irfij
v cvutiai i.ii3 npi ran., m
Oi,t, & Wixleiu .11'. ::ta .,; .,ij
IVniu. II. It 135 .V ij 1 51 1 .
I'aeUni ilall .Iillj 1)7 fait,
MOTHER GRAY'S SWRRT POWDERS
toi Childien. Jlother firay, lor jcis a nuiro in
I.a C'lillilrn'i llotoi. In Yihi, V. I. ,mi,.i .Ml.
cue cuiiuicii 9 iiuuiv- iii ..vtv itiu, ircait'i! enii.
dicn tuece-ilully with a leiuul.i, i.ow pirp.rcd
and plaied In the diu; ttoies. tailed Mother
ri.v'. Ss..,,c, PDvv,l,-rt f.lr I litldrrit. Ilirv ,.A
htumless -a milk, pleasant to take- r,d mvci fill,
A certain vmo for Icvcrlflnu-,, lonttlpailc-n.
Iifjdji he, trrthiii and tvunch elisonleis und
icmotc vrornu. At all druggist. V3c. Sample
scut riHX Id-tics, llcn H. OimHed. If Hoy,
3 Insertions 25 Cents
More Than Four Lines, 6 Cants for Each Extra Lino
CIlANCi: OF A MIT. TIMM-The IMliu-i Plan
t.itloii nf lloiuliiiar, I'enlial Amerha, of
feis induccuiciils ncwr "ucfoic heaid nt to nun
with a snilll amount ol iah t;hn dehe steady
employment with an InlrrcFl. Ill nil the liuol-luent-i
of the comii.i.iy besldci a title to tin miea
or more ol land in Patnca Valley. Amount fiill.t
securerl and gmal vni,ie, t til or nddios P.ituca
Plantation nunpany. Dime Hank lllda, SrMliton,
Help Wanted Female.
LADIES' TAll.OltS wanted and drewiuakei";
mtit be i apatite. Apply .'2d Eai kavvanna
t ANTI'.D-Evpei lein ed bltuleiy gltl natited,
Booms and Board.
IiAROE ttont room with board for to gentle,
men, 110 Adams avenue.
I.ObT Diamond horsoshoc pin. Mbeial icwaul
if icliirued to I12H Marlon stieel.
Certified Public Accountant.
E. C. bl'AUUJINO, 220 IHtOADWAV, NEW
EDWARD II. DAVIS, ARCHllECT, CONNEEL
FREDERICK I,. HltOWN. ARCIIITEOT. PRICK
building, 120 Wathluglon avenue, N-rantou.
DR.C. E. ElEENnElKiEli, PA1 I.I IIL'IhDINC.',
Spruce street, Scianton.
Dlt. C. C. EAUIIACtI, 115 WVOMINO AVKNUE.
FRANK E. nOVI.E. .VI'IOHNEV-AT-EAW.
Rooms 12, II, 10 and 13 Iluir building.
F. K. TltAOV,.VlTY,COMMONVEALTU REIKI,
1). R. KKPLOrif.E. ATTORNEY-LOANS NEOO
Haled on leul estate security. Jlears building,
corner Washington atenue and Spruce sheet.
WTI.LARD, WARREN k KNAPP. ATIORNKVS
and counscllors-at-law. Republican building,
lEhSL'P k .lESSUP, An'ORNKYS AND COON-sellors-at-law.
Commonwealth building. Rooms
fi, 20 and 21.
EDWARD W. Til WT.lt. ATTORNEY.
IKU-tUI, Dili flooi, Jleais building.
I.. A. WATTIES. ATrORNF.Y-AT-LAW. IMIAltD
of Trade building, Sirranton, Pa.
PATTKn.SON k WU.COX, TRADERS' NATIONAf,
C. COMEOVS. tl-l.t HEPUIILICAN HUIl.RINT).
A. W. IIFnTIIOI.F. OFFICE .MOVED TO NO.
2)1 Wjomlng atenue.
Hotels nnd Besturants.
THE ELK CAFE, l'2'i AND 127 FRANKLIN
avenue. Hates naj-onabh-.
P. ZEIULER. Propiietoi.
SCRANTON HOUSE. NEAR D., L. & W. PAS
scugcr depot. Conducled on the Euiopean
plan. VICTOR KOCH, Proprietor.
A. It. lllllRCS CLEANS PRIVY VAULTS AN!)
cess pools; no odor; onlv impioved pumps uid,
V. II. iliigg-, piopilrtnr. Leave oiilei.i 1100
Noilh .Main avenue, or Ekke's chug stoic, i"r.
ner Adams and Mulbeiij. Iloth telc-phoue.
Ileaelini; llv., I'i. .,
Siulliein 11. II. ...
Siuth. II. H I'r. .,
Term, foal ,fc Iron .
T. S. la-alhei- ...
I'. S. Icatber, I'r. ,
I". S. ltubber
t'nion I'aelhe .....
I'nlon I'acitU-, IV. ,
Wi-xlem t'nion ...,
Col. I'uel k lion .,
Ain.Vil. I'oppei- .,.,
People '.s C.ls
Am. l.'.u I'ouuili.y .
I". -. f-leel (Jo. .,
V. S. Meel Po., Pi,
M:W VHItK l.lt.VIV MAIIKCT.
in",. 77 "h
Scranton Board of Trade Exchange
Quotations All Quotations Based
on Par of 100.
STOCKS. Did, Asked.
I'Irt Natioral Hank 12'id
Hiantou Sat bias Hank '.i')
Third National Uaul tsti
Hum.- Pepui.it ati.l lil-ioin.i iiaiis.. 27 1
Keonomy Llsbt, II. -s, P. Co
I.ukii. Tru-t afs Deposit Co I VI
CUrk & .Suiter Co, Pi 12 J
Scianton Iron Kjiico k Jlfg. Co
Scianlon Asle Works
'.ncU'tunra -iti Co., Pr
Count v gatlncs n.inl; k Trust Co,. 2W
ITrtt National flank- tCatLondale)
.Standard Drllllns Co
Ttadeia' National Hank 14)
i-iianten Holt and Nut Co joo
Pciantcn Pa-f.u-Jer Hallway, But
MoitCage, due ID-O Hi
People's stieet Railway, lust mort-
cane, d-ao 101S , 113
rcople'a stieet Hallway, Ucncral
mortgaiie, due 1021 113
Dickson Mmiutae tutius Co
Laeka. Towmhl'i School S per cent. ...
City ot Sc.rai.ton M. Imp. a per
ticuiitcn 'luctlvn u per tine 115
Scianton Wholesale Market,
rtuiirc.lt.-il by II, 11. )al. 27 l.ackanjiua ..ej
nittlu-t icaiu i. . I'M. -'"a-.'li.i tresb. 2Ja.'Jlse.;
ilali.v, flesh, 2l'..a.'-.'l-! old, ',ili.
Cl.tcsc-I'ull eieiiu, l'al"c-.
l.VB" Weslilii lii-b. M . lo r-.; ludtby
late. 1','i In Hi
Ile-.ii..--Pei till., ehoiio mainiiv, '.'
I'd lloaiis -P-t lui, iliob uiaiiov,
Jliiliuiu lIwiu.-l'T bu., ijj.hiai.l",.
linen Peas-Pci bu., tl.l"al.3,
Onions-IM bu., 'Jl.luil.'O.
I'lour HeiL pattut, iei Mil,, SI.G'i.
Hcd Kl'lnrt neau--Pcr bu., S-'.IJa'.
Phlhulelnhia Qralu nnd Produce
Iltiil - 1'iiui: ne-li ui.utii. He.; do. wuUill,
lh.; eh . Miiilhwisliiii, Hi.; tin. ojntli.iil, li.
flii-e Ihilcl: N. t pill iieini.. lauev small,
I2al2li-. ; el", el" di . tail In choice, Will9!,-.
Itctm.d iV"Ji- rill". I'otlin I ueliiiised. a
ii,w 1'iiui; lilt- piiiin' in hluls,, ai - couuiiv
du. it.,., bids, I'.air. . -.akes, .',',jc. l.n e poul
II) Hull ..;ul wiak; luv-U, K.'.jIIi.; old ioo--ti-is,
7j7';i.i wintir (lihkens, llr.'Uc-.; iui
ililcl.i-us, 2,1a lex-. i iluvks, llal'vi-. 1)icvii1 poul.
Ii.v l.iillll but Me-adv ; foul, flluhc, lO'iv,; d.
lull In i;oud, 0'i.jllt,-. ; old loo lili-, 7',i. ln.l-.l-in:.
thUlcii-', fiorcn. )u.'l2i.: uikes, Itoten,
t'alic- ; iliuk". Ial2c.
lUcdplt I Jour, ,.'jm bautU, and -J.eiV'.tKiO
pounds I'i tacks! wheat, i50.iV.) bushc-l; coin,
I ;); oats, II.Ulii. fchipineiits-Wlieat. J'.'.(0
bu.hcl.; coin. HjU.tnii); (ju, 11,0m.
New Vork Gram nnd Produce.
Nctv Yoik. Apill Id. Floin I'iim and more
active at a shade hither in pi lies in toioe
Instance. Miiuifrou patent. Jl-'OJI'M, winter
Pliiladilphta. Apill Ic Wlieai-i,-. liU.ei.
(enliail Bl-i'l'1. lil. i7'sl77Ji. Coiil-riilu-,
So i niiM-d uil. I.sils'si. Oau !-uaily; No.
2 tvhili illppcu, ;l,Iji, Wool-I'iic lumiitl Hut
In I inn iiud ipiiet; fancy mc-Iuii ni-auiei.v,
I', ! ,!,. tin Intnl.. )', ,1,1. or.lil.l it,i . M .
j i ts
Physicians and Sugeong.
Dlt, V. V..
ALLEN, ,11,1 NORTH WA8HINOTOM
till. S. W. li'AMOREMl.Y. OFF1CK .130 WASH.
ington avenue. Realdence, 1310 Mulberry,
(Tuonlu dUea.e, lungs, heart, kldneja in
genlto-iirlnary oigns a specialty. Hours 1
In 4 p. tn.
S-. (lEIITHI'Di: EVANS, OSTEOPATH. l' AXE
120 Washington Ave., Siranton Pa. Chronic
Dlfeases a specially. Olflcc Hours; 5.30 lo IS
ui.; 1.30 to :,,?,) p. m.
0. R. CLARKE .- CO.. SEEDSMEN AND N1IRS
eijmrn, store 201 Wajiilnglou avenui grc
houses, HViO Noilh Main avenue; itort tl
.IOsKI'11 KUKTTEL, REAR Oil LACKA. AVlw
Stranlon, Pa., inanufaetuier of Wire Sren
URi:SMAKlNO FOR CHILDREN TO ORDER:
al.-o 1 idles' ttalets. Loutl ShoemVB y2
JIEOAROEE 11R0S., PRINTERS' MTPPMES, EN
telopec, paper bags, twine, Warehouse, 1E
Washlnglon avenue, Scranton, Pa.
THE WILKtS-nAltRU RECORD CAN BE HAH
in Seianton nt tho news stand of Belwil".
llro.. 400 Spiuc and BOJ Linden: M. rtcrton.
.'22 Lackawamu avenue; 1. S. Schutjcri Sir
t-pi uee street.
FSTATi: Of HIRAM 11. WHITE. LATB if
(ilci.biiin. County of Lackawanna, and Bute
of I'enrsvlvjnij, deceased.
Let Ins of administration upon tho above estata
bitlnr been gianled lo the undersigned, all pei
sew indebted theieto will phase make promrt
pij incut, and those hating claims against the es
tate will piescnt the-n for ,uyment to
CHRISTIANA O. WHITE.
Flll.D. C. HANYEN, AdminUtrahix.
Attorney for tho Eslate.
F.STATF, OF EDWARD JAMES. LATE OF THK
C'ly of Scianlon, County of Lackawanna, tic
Li tun icstanientaty upon the ahotc ostuts
hailng bun uiauted tn (he tindci s!gnd, all pei
sons indebted lo said estate are requested 1 1
mike pa.tment, and those lowing claims or ele.
mauds to piesent the same lo
JIAODELENE .1AME.-5. Eiceiihlx.
PALMER L. WILLIAMS. Scranton, Pa.
Atloiney for Estate.
ESTATE OF ARMIND.V NEELl), DECEASED.
Letters testamentary on tho estate of Annlnda
Neeld. late of the City of Scranton, deceased,
have been gianted to tho undersignd, to when
all persons indebted to said estate arc requested
to make payment, and those hating claim or
demands, lo make known same without delay.
C. M. NKELD,
II. C. REYNOLDS,
II. t. REYNOLD, Kxccutoi-'.
Attorney for Eslate.
IN RE: ESTATE OF DANIEL W. SULLIVAN.
To Whom It Jlay Concern:
The. Oiphans' Court of Lackawanna County has
gianted a nilo to show cause why Mary 8ulli
tan, executrix of the last will and teatament
ol Daniel W. Sullivan, should not be dUcharged.
Rrtmnablo to nct Argument Court.
II. (I. REYNOLD. Eeeutiir.
Atloiney foi Estate.
TlsOI.FTI0N OF PARTNERSHIP, MJHTKD -Not
Ice is heicby given that the Jleadov
niool; Sil'c Company, Limited, an association oi-ganl.c-d
'indcr the Act of Assembly approved
.lunc 2, JS7t, and its supplement?, for tlie pur
pose of spinning and nianufacturing silk, iuik
tlncad, and Hie weaving and manufacturing ot
sill; fabric is hereby dissolved by the unani
mous tote of the parties in Interest, anil the fed
lowing persons have been appointed linuidattu.
HusIim: W. W. Van ttjkc. II. Ilenaid, A. I..
elevator; No. 1 northern Duluth, SJr. t. o. h.
ntloat. Options were firm all the fore part oi
the elay. A shaip break finally occurred unde
lealiimr liowever, and close wan cisy at
net ileeline. May closed 70'ic. i duly, 76'i.
Sept., TSji'. Coin Spot tiim; ?v'o. 2, MU
elevator and Mic I. o. b. afloat. 0itions opened
steady and ailv.imed, ilo-lnff firm at -"UHc. net
advance-. April docd .'lOVtc; May, 4Tic; Juli,
in,-.: Sept,, IS'ie. Oats f-pot firm; No. 2,
IW!.; No. S, .'W'.ic-.; No. 2 white, 32!ay.'fc. ,
o. :: while. :2c-. : tuck mixed western, 30's
lll'jc; tuck white, 32a3c. Options llrai nil
elay on late t-cedinir and a good demand west.
Hultei Matket leady; fresh creamery, lCaSlc,
far tint, ll'ial.i'e.i imitation creamery, M
Ice.: .stile- cl.ihy, 13.120V-. Cheese Markei
Mead) i fancy larite colored, llall'icj huic.t
hrsi- white, lo?ia lie; fancy small colored, tea
I2'4C. ; laucy snull, while, WKtViv. Enrs
l-'lm: itato and Pc-niia., HtUVic; usiiUterii,
J.lil.nii-.; tvestern, storage, lt'.jc.j trcxtem,
n pnlar packed, ItnlUlc
Chicago Grain and Produce.
lilcaxo, Apill in. rirain niarkaU all tdvaiiec.l
tculaj, but wheat broko near the end on veal
Ulmv and lIociI ',e-. lower, while oats and
emu held closinf- "ic-. higher for the tentuer ucl
".c. iinprovecl for tho Utter. Proilon clod
easy, I0al2',2C, lower. C'aih miotatlom wer ai
I'lour le.nlv ; No. : i-piiiiR wheat, 8'Sa0'e.:
So, 2 leel, 70ia7:te : No. 2 rorn, 4.1c-,( No.
J ve-llow, W!.; So. a oat'", 27a'J7Vc. i No. t
wl'ilti, 2'1'laWc.; No. .1 white, 2SU20e,i No
2 lye-, ."sti.S Roial leeding barley, IKe-.i fair to
ibo'ice' uialliiii,', il.iVJe. : No. I flat seed, M-V!
No. I iiiiilhvvvslcin. I.Mj piime timothy Reed,
ss.i.70; inifs poik, H.12',i.il3; laitl, IJfi..'.ViS.:d.
sliort lib-. & l," ifi.iti : ihy nalted shouldern. "I'i
a7',i.: short clut steles, s..';T,vS.,",tJ-, whit
Chicago Live Stock Market.
eiiieaxo, Apiil W, Cattle Bccclpl. B.OM
tfii.eully 5lcaely; Rood to prime utters, U9i
ioor to medium, S'l.M.it.ft'i; stneken and fed
eis, slow, s,2.73.i4.7.'; cow?, i.75a4.30; heifei.i,
A.I.T.1aM); cinncrs, sJ.10a2.7.V, bulls, stead
V..s(l,il :u; calves, weak, f5.73a3.23j T ted
stce'i.-, ?l.i3a.',.S.i: Te.as giwi iteers, sl.iOati
Tesas bulls, !-2.73.i J.fO,
lloKs-ItecelpU. toilai, 20,000; tomorror, 2.-..
rinui Ml oter, 3,ti)i weak; top, W.C0; niltrrd
and biitlhcts, $.,S3l6.l2)j: Kood to duties liev?,
saiafl.ill; iuukIi heavy. W.fi.5a3.t)5j Usht, t3.S
U.03; bulk Ol salts. S1.u3.-Ul. 0,
lleep Iteielptii, 7,fA)j Iieii and amb, lo
fhoiii Iambs up to i.1-13; good to choice tteth
eio, rl,73i3i fair tn eholc,c iiiheil, $4.J4.7.5
v(sleni sluep, si 73a3i yeaillnRs, ,73a5; lit
live lainU, iH.73.il .13; west fin lambs, 5113,35.
New Yorlc Live Stock.
New Voik, Apill 10. flecves-No liude In lir
cat lie ; nominally steady,
Ciiltlf Tude llmlled nul pticoa vvkt seoc
eal, f1.2,u3.3el; whole lauge- quoted at tvl.,V)
; al.73; little calves end cull:, M,
I bIicch it Onlrl. but Mfadv: lauibf. veiv dull
and weak; sheep, jlai.20; fllpiej do,, $.i.in
al..'al; sotsl to piiuie uti.heiu lamUs, ti. ttla.1 73;
pi lino clippi-el do., si; elipprd cull, M
llojs-Maiket film at Si.JfuiJ.1.
East Liberty Cattle.
KarL l.ibe-it), Spill Id. CattK-Mead; itr
1Uir7i; piluiii, J".2'a3.50; rooiI, rjlal.W.
I bus- Active; avoilnl nieiliuiuj, 1.3i)li.3
hiavy yoikeiA. .ii.2.'3ii.3ii; llclil yOikeii, dill)
ii Jl: ood pla, i.rsliOj skits, 1a3.W; roushi
Miecp How and limn-; bfft clipped wetlieis
si .V)il ri: IjihIi-, 3ai.M; coiiiiuoii In xaod,
J. ."a 1 1." : veal lalvis, Via 123.
Bull'alo Live Stock.
U.l fluttalo, Apill 10. Hccclpti! thcep Hid
la nits, 2 edis; hot;, 2 cai. .Slilpments-Cai
tic none; sheep and lamlu, 8 can-; hojs, i
cis. Cattle, uiaiki't uiichanced; no calves on
sale in epioublc- lot;, but the feflin trai rait
the quotable basis K'lnc; .Vij.7'.
Umba Houl, iboico to etu, f3.30al.fi
cliplnd lambs, V'a3.10; wool nheep, 43.2"
i lipped bleep, M-'al.t0.
Ilojs, Heat. tci.Ulvi.3ii plpj, jai.lOaO.15.
Oil Lily. Apill 10. Ctcdlt balatic-M. ; eee
tifii-.ilc.., ii.) bid. .shipment', l.'I.Mll; ivrra;
Sei.oo?. Huns, t,; aveil-jf. jl.711