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THE SCRANTON THlBUINE-tfRIDAV, APRIL 19, 1901.
THE TRIBUNE'S "WANT" DIRECTORY
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SfctUl to Itir Sortition 'lilbune.
Plttston, April IS. Kdwitul Snyder,
of Montgomery" stir-el, West I'lltstoii,
n iuiii'IiIiiIhI employi'd nt Hit- IOncIm1
Mnchliio works, ami MIsh Ciwlf ltlrlt
nrcls, a former ivnliW'iil of liuliiworo
avuniic, Went PltlMtmi, wuit unltcil In
inui'iliiKP tills rvi'iilnir nt tlif limiii' of
tlif lnlrlt-'s Hl.Mi'r, Jim. William Mi
rart.. In Jtydr l'ni-k. West sVruiitim.
Tho ceremony" was perfiuini'il liy ItVv.
Kdwiinl S Ileal, pastor f tlic West
I'llLsluli I'oiiisTi'Butloiiul church, iinrl
Was wlttiPssoil by only n. hliiall I'oin
piin.v. The ytiiiritr couple weie uimt
tended. A weddliiR supper was sen I'd
ni tlif conclusion of the euremoiiy, after
which iMr. mid Jlrs. Snyder cie driven
in AVcsl Plttston. whete they will com
mence housekeeping on Ann shoot.
Five men cuused a strike among the
'lie humlird or nunc Inside employes
lit the Stevens slitift. at West Plttston.
till:, inurnlnt,'. The men wmk In the
name gutigwtiy, and were yesterduy
Klven an Ineretuc from se.vnnty-llve
cents to $1 per yard on an unusually
hard piece of rock work. This niortt
Int?, however, they presented a demand
fur an Increase of ten cents on the cur
for loading the rock. The remainder of
the employes refused to work, out of
sympathy for thu men, and the shaft
was thrown Idle. The breaker was kept
mollis all day, however, on the coal
taken from the slope opening of the
finipjii. This Is the second petty
strike that has taken place at this shutt
within four days. On Monday the men
quit because tin- two headmen vvcie
not members of the union.
Michael Tiglm, used sixteen years, of
Cl.appi I sheet, Upper Plttston, met
with a serious accident while ot work
in the Seneca bleaker yesterday. His
mat slfcve caught lu a large jevolvins'
screen anil he was drawn between the
screen and a large timber. Before the
machinery could be stopped his shoul
der had been dislocated and the thlgli
siilfered a compound fracture.
Iter. S J. Arthur, pastor of the I.u
aoi nu Avenue Baptist chinch, West
Plttston, will conduct a memorial ser-
Ice Sunday evening on the death of
"the Kit.-' Theodorus Hart, editor utmi
proprietor of the Gazette and postmas
ter of Plttston. The employes of the
Gazette and the iiostotllce will attend
in a bod.
Steve N'otaro, a l.ibuier hi the Jit.
Lookout eollleiy at Wyoming, received
'tveic- burns about the face and arms
last night fiom a small gas explosion.
A subscription dance will be held in
Keystone hall, Thiusilny evening, May
J, in charge "f the following commit
Ue of prominent A'c-st Side gentlemen:
l- II. Antrim. K. 11". Hughes. K. G.
Met cur. Frank .(. Howell, C. II. Phil
lips and l K. Trumbower.
coining nuptial event is the mar
ilas.c of Patrick Dempscy. an employe
in the l.ehigli Valley freight station at
Plttston .(unction, to Miss Mary I.oftus,
jf Mill street. It will take place next
.lueob Ilaub. jr., a former resident of
this city but who lias resided in New
York city for the past six months, hav
ing icmoved to that city after a six
ears' lesidence In San Francisco, is a
plea-"int caller among fi lends here.
The tuner.il of Patrick Loftus, of
MaiW street, late janitor of the Pltts
on High school building, who died
Monday, took place this moining and
was ver laigely attended.
Mrs. Katlierlne Mler. aged sPventy
llxe jeais, died jesterday at her home
on Koik stiei't. llughestown borough.
Mis. .luliu ilalin, of Scranton,, Is one of
the survhing I'hildieu. The funeral will
take place Saturday at J p m.
Mr. and Mis. Alexander .McMillan, of
Vine .sheet, have instituted proceed
ings In a suit tor damages against the
hi high Valley Hallro.ul company, for
the death of their son Hobert, who was
Killed by th explosion of a locomotive
nollcr .it Mini Kim, .March 18. They
lalin the boiler of the engine was old,
uisvtc and detective, and that the ofil-
lals ot the company were aware of
he ra. t. It Is said the families of .Mor
gan .March and Wilt-on Albert, the
other ictlins, will comii'c.me similar
proceedings in the near tutiue.
At a regular meeting of select coiui
t I this eenliig, Chairman laiugan pie-
med the lollowins list of standing
i onunlttee.-: Auditing, Mess-rs, Tliuuip
jiiii. Keating, Kelley, Foster, Murphy,
Munley, tiiivlu, MeAndrew; tlnance,
dines, Huss, McAndiew; estimates,
I'.uss, Muulc. Murphj: Jiiillcinr), Kel
b.. Thoinpson. Foutei ; public build
ings. Keating, nines, limlu; poller,
Kellej, Keating, Thompson; printing,
Foster, Muni', Thompson; lire depart
ment. Mi Aiidii'w. i!alu, Fostei ; sew -'is
mid drains. Uavin, Foster, Buss;
slice ta and liridires, Munley, Murphy,
Killey. light and water, .Murphy, Keat
US, .McAndiew: tallways, MeAndrew,
J In, Thompson; ttiNes, ijavli', Ke
ii., Thompson, iiiles, 'I'homp.-oti, Mur
nli, lllins; laws and oidiuanccs, Mur
phy, liinoi-, luiss; sanitary, Murphy,
lillies, IJuss: II eiM, Kellc, Foster,
liuviiii collectors' accounts, Thompson,
Muss, Foster, licisuier's accounts,
.Murphy, .Munley, Hines: inanut'.ictur-ers-,
Muiiles. Hues, iluvlu; parks, Mllr
phy, Keating, Ulnos; pavements, Fos.
ter, Muipli, .Muiiltj.
TOLD IN SCRANrON.
l'h the Evidence of Scranton Peo
ple Published in Scranton Papers
That Has Mnde Such a Keputation
for Dr. A. W. Chnsc's Nerve Pills.
Standing clear and dlbtinel, marking
the dlffc-ience. the superior merit. Hie
aduptahillty to present-day ailments Is
the volume of local testimony for Dr.
A. V Chases Nerve PIIIh. Ifs so dlf
feifnt in the ordinary icmedles icter
ling to cures made at distant points
which, it K hard to verify. There Is a
reason lor l)r A W. h'ha.su's Neivo.
Pills I'oiumandlug homo I'videiicn
whoiuver they un kimwii. It Is their
wonderful Inilucncu in bringing up tho
stundanl of nerve roice.
Ml", Henry Alberts, of No. B16 Ulrch
btieet, So union, Pa., says.: "For about
two yoais my b.nk and kidneya bad
been sore, lamo and the sciretlons lu
bad shape. Nothing seemed to help
me. until J got Dr. A. v. Oh.ua Nerve
Pills at Matthews Pros.' ding stoic,
No, 1'JO l.uekawuuna avenue. They did
the work, curing the soreness and
lameness, making thu secretions
health', and generally giving me
health and strength."
Dr. A. W, Chase's Nerve Pills are
isold at Ofle. a. box at deulers, or Dr. A.
W, Chuso Mediclno Co., UuiYulo, N. T.
hee thut poitialt and slsnajutu of A.
W. Chase, M l are on every package.
frtcl.il t tlif Fti.inton Trlhutif
Dtiryen, API II IS. Dennis ltlady, onn
of thu oldest it ml most highly respected
l.rldents of this plare.dled nt Ills home
on Yiuk avenue, after a short nines.
The dereiiscd was the pioprlotor of
Hotel Hrady, one of the most ordcily
linlels In town. He will be missed by
! the old icHldi'iilH or this place and Hie
I loss of u slneeic friend will be mourned
by every Inhabitant of Ditryea. The
deceased was C3 years of ngc and Is
survived by a wife mid the follow-
I lug children: Patrick, Anthony, Den-
iilc, .Inlm, Mnrtlit, William, Mrs. AVul-
ter Burke, and also one brother and
ii..t ulci..i-j i'r.uiilonia nt rtcrniiton. Pat-
lick, MM Peter O'Uourko and Mrs.
Patrick U'Donncll. Funernl will take
place this afternoon. Interment In St.
Mary's cemetery, Avocn.
The Plttston Electric Illuminating
company Is busy putting wires on
Hallstead street and Back road. The
same will extend up as far as the
The same old troubles announced In
rei... rrvilitin.Y cinmn tlmi iisro. are niraln
annoying our township commissioners.
i no i limine noieu n ibw niuninn ,
thut the commissioners hud apoplntcd
a committee to determine the location
of the residence of Anthony Hennl
gan, president of commissioners. They
reported that he lived in Marcy town
ship. But some weeks ago another
committee was sent to investigate by
authorltcs In AVllkos-Barre. They re
ported that Mr. Honnlgan's home was
one inch more In Plttston than In
.Marcy township. A meeting was held
in tho High school the other evening
ami Isaiah Kresge came before the
commissioners and claimed that be
was president of the honorable body.
As proof, he showed a document from
the authorities at Wlllces-Barre pro
claiming him president. Mr. Ilennt
gan, who still claims he Is president,
had the meeting adjourned to Monday
evening. At this meeting nothing
could h" done. Another meeting was
held this afternoon and both Kresge
and .Hennlgan claimed the chair. A
water ordinance was passed, allowing
$20 per plug to Spring Brook Water
company. Hennlgan still holds the
The funeral of the late John Bar
ber, who met death by being run
down by a trolley car at Wyoming,
took place Tuesday afternoon. Inter
ment was made in the Polish ceme
tery. Miss Alice Blown, who has been ill
of typhoid fever for some days, still
icmains in a serious condition.
George Ammerman visited in Avoca
The funeral of Pearl, the infuut
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bartlett,
took" place Thursday afternoon. Inter
ment was made in Marcy cemetery.
Willie, the 2-year-olil son or .ur.
Wlgo, of Foote street, died AVednesday
of diphtheria. Funeral will taKe piace
Friday afternoon. Interment in Mar
Special to the Scianton Tiibune.
Susquehanna April IK. The pension
of David F. Bryant of North Jack
son has been Increased.
It Is stated that Keystone Hook and
Ladder company has sold its new
chemical engine to the city of Scran
ton. Engineer Geoige W. Ball is erecting
a residence on Westfall avenue, Oak
land. Born To Mr. and Mrs. K. N. Hcn
deison, of Jaekson street, a daughter.
The Past Sachems' association, Im
pi oved ruder of lied Men. of Susque
hanna county, will meet at Hallstead
on Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Mapes are in
Great Bend today, attending the fu
neral of Mr. Mapes' daughter, Miss
Minnie M. Mapes.
Mrs. Kutlicriuc Perrlne, who has
been visiting Oakland and Susque
hanna relatives, has i chimed to her
home in Buffalo.
George Smith, of Syracuse univer
sity, who has been visiting his parents
on the Oakland side, has returned to
A pleasant social hop was held in
Hogau Opeia House this evening.
Piof. Pierce, of Blnghamton, furnished
music for tho occasion.
President McNeil of the Boiler
makers' union, lett for New Yoik city
Mrs. .1. M. Baldwin, an aged lesldcnt.
Is ill at her home on Fast Church
Mrs. W. W. A illl.imij, of liiusham
ton, Is lu town, called hero by the
illness of her mother, Mis. J. M. Bald
win. .Mrs. K. N. Murphy, of Baltimore,
Md., is the guust of her daughter, Mrs.
1. U Terw llllger. Cross hlteet.
The announcement of tho approach
ing man Inge of Fled CUneey, uf Sus-.
quehanua. and Miss Utidget Dale, of
Hnllstead, was announced from tho ni
hil' of St. Lawrence Catholic church,
in Great Bend, on Sunday last.
A district Sunday school institute
will be held a the South New .Milford
Bnptist church on Saturday next.
Street Commissioner French Imp a
force of men at work "mending the
ways" of the borough.
The condition of Mrs Thaddeus
Odell. of the Oakland side, is criti
cal. The Knights of Columbus will hold
a scclnl hop In their hall on Friday
nvimlmr. Doran's orchestra will fur
nish music lor the occasion.
fpcnal to the Svnr.ton Iribvit'-
Tunklmnnock, April IS. Miss Flor
ence. Cook, ot Denver, Co is visiting
her aunt, .Mm. O, O. Usser, on Putnam
Mrs. Charles Huueerfoul is suffering
with ner ous prostration at her home
on Harrison htreet,
Mnrilugo licenses have been Issued
to Charles Lenox, of Tuuklmnnock
township, and Miss Hat tie Straight, of
Meshoppen; also to Coiey Adams, of
Tunkhannoek, und Jennie Shaffer, of
13. J. Ji.rden and wlfu ate entertain
ing Mr. Jordan's sister, Mrs. Snover,
of Laeeyville, this week.
Geoige. Stevens, superintendent of
the. cunning factory, vj occupy the
H. S.- Handrick house, on Tioga street.
Theodore Streeter is adding a now
pot ch to the east bide of his residence,
on Hunt Tioga street.
The Young Men's Christian associa
tion, recently organized ut tills place,
will meet in the rooms over Slekler's
FROM MAY 1.
Store in The Tribune building,
now occupied by the Times. In
cluding Desks, Steam Heat 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.
Knquire at office of
TOR. HUNT One. side double douse; modern Im
provciiKiils. Apply SfJ Harrison ntcnue.
hWMMEll HOMK On I'jiuiIox Luke Ocm ot the
Adlrond.ieks-3! miles north of Seliroon
bake. Cottauo of peon rooin, completely
1 liimblicd. except table and bed linen and
filler; has (our Inrpe, aiiy bedrooms beda
line wire f prints and maUiFc. Mountain
sprins water in kitchen; jrardrn spare, If desired;
heautilul scenery, ilunning ilriirs, boating, flli
iiiB. Two nulls dallv. I.lvcry convenient,
l'rlie $200 for tlia sracii. I'mllicr pirlletilari
iippl.v Sdiniiel II. noardMey, 391 Washington
street, Xevv York cil.i.
foil MINT Home Xo. Sii Noith Washing
ton at rime; 11 room and bith room; all
nuttly papered and painted. Apply at fi37 Lin
IOU HUNT 12-Rooiu house: :H0 Duller street,
Dunmoic: hath, heat and old natet; laun
dry neaily netv. II. X. Patrick, .'HI Wash
KOU HKXT ll-rooni house, modem iuipiovc
ment, 42 Madison avenue.
W9 HIIKK.V HinCE STIIUKT, ten rooiit. modern
iniprotcments; steam heat Jurnl.'hcd; dssir
desirable. Business Opportunity.
W.XTi:i lieliablc man wllli few hutidied dol
lars capital, to take rxcltblic fale; bigtrvtt
money maker on tho market; new metal special
It ; monopoly; iniitcrsal demand; unlimited
nidiket; pay immensely; 1.000 pro sold in
leu months (iionc ill l'enna.) To inw-'tiirjtr, all
immediately on Mr. Shaw ot Tho Irving.
Mil-. Tompkins, JH
PLAIX SCWIXO and ouilc making; abo win-
Iiotii.ela maile to order. JIr. is. H. Hecl.er,
Gil I.ewU com I, in tear of 321 Jeueiion ateitue.
drug store. Jfr. Sickler has generously
donated tho use of the looms to the
Six horses were burned in the Are
at the Keeler House barn on "Wednes
day. They were nearly all the prop
erty of persons in attendances at court.
The tiro was supposed to have been
caused by sparks communicated to the
root' from a bon tiro on adjacent prem
ises, started by persons engaged In
burning up accumulated rubbish.
! THEATRICAL, f
ACADEMY OF MUSIC The Coise Payton Stock
company. Matinee and night.
OAIKTY Fads and Follies Bmlcsque show.
Matinee and night.
'Carl Carlson" at the Lyceum.
As Swedish comedies go, "Carl Caileon" in
which Arthur Donaldson stanod at the Ljceum
laat night, is a ery entertaining theatrical,
llrtidca being an intelligent acloi, .Mr. .Donald
son tings well a number cf tongs, among them
the now lauiilfar "Hall to tho Land of Our
The pieco is cpoched by the ciistoin.uy (bur
actcr costume in the tlrt art, mitlng suit In the
second and cloning iliess in the Ihlid, but is
taved Horn being lonicntioiully pcriett, by a
ical, lite western Etecr and a pialrle file.
Miss Annie Mack-Ilerlciii, as a wealthy Irlj.li
widow, and Bessie Harris, a child uclre3, com.
pike Mr. DonalcHon main mpporl.
"The New Dominion."
"I'he New Dominion," as pieocntcd by Mr,
Clement, excels anything of its kind pcihapt,
that lias oer been seen on the stigc, and Iho
beauties of the clnracter of Ilohenataurlfn, ils
dialect, ila refinement, its pcifection, it is im
possible to contey,
'I Ills play will be Rtien at the Ljceum Sat
urday allernonn and etenlng lor tho benefit of
tho International Cuirespondencc School's Social,
Educational and Benellcijl toclcly.
Fads and Follies Company.
Bisroll'j Fads and Follies Burletiicis, who will
to at the. UaWy the balanic of tlio week, gave
ple.ifing perforimneei jeslerday .iltumoon and
etening. The Fads nnd Follies company contain
(onio teiy (unny iople, including James l'.
Leonoid, Frank Foarly, Otis Mi.iituok', Barry
Thonipjon and othcis. In the olio brleht num
bers ttfio giteti by Lotlle Martin, wjto tings
iii'iuo melodies; Harry Thompson and Mbs Car
ter, and Otis sholtuek and Minnie llenuid, who
gav a eatt'pl" ol the "legit." Trank Fogarty,
parodist, made great hit with his local jef.
eienceu set to mulc of popnlii donga, and the
atatii u, devoted to Iho ScuntonUus were recclteil
with hilaricius apn!aikc, Bennett and lllth aUo
icrcited ucoiiition in (heir iciidllion of illui
Th performance doted wllli an up-todats
trateety entitled "A Night cm Iho Bouletard,"
whUli was cluiattrriced by bright music, hand,
buiiiu (o&Iuiiuh and bubbling fun. Thu "Fads
und I'ullies IliirlcoijiKTs" will be wen at the
(iaiety afternoons and evenings for the lulanec
of tho wctk.
Diagram for Maiine Band.
This iiiornlng the diagram for Iho Washington
Marine Bind concert:, will open at Powell'., mu.lo
ttore. 'Iho baud will appear In Wilkes-llain;
ly tpecUl pennlssion of Hie preoident, the tec
rcl.uy of the My and tho commandant ot l he
Tho amount of cffoit iineary to biing thi
orgarlatlon can suiccly be icjIUcJ by the oi
dinsry cltbeu not fauillHr with the led tape
uijuhcwnU of tho gotriiinient, Doubtless III!
armory ttlll ho llllid lo ils utmost tapulty.
Wireless Telegraph Company,
By Exclusive Wire Iiom The .Ystoclilcd Vitti.
Pierre, S. It., Apill Is. Alllclii of Incoipoia.
Hon was tiled with the secretary of stale today
(or tho Universal Wlrdres Tcligrjpli lompjny,
with u capitil of ju.OOO.nin The incoiporatois
are: J. N. lluiton, Thomas II. ItUliup und L.
4- Lines 0 Cents
More Than Four Lines, 3Cents for Each Extra
S"0-Httn lot aoxtso. I'cnn atcnue, flieen
llldsr, Weill & Itcitor,
V-iSfii Hn S room houe. imprmemciiK lot
lOxlAl. Waucn sliccl, Protldcnie. Well &
J,U00 llu.ii fine doublet home, 7 nnd 8 room",
unH for and .fS; one ulnqle house rents
for V, lot HO.ilW. Hetty strret, Green Rltlgc.
Vwlls k Keator.
,(l.1i)-llu.t!i S-looiu home, IntpiovcmenlJ, lot
iSxX I'lCM-ott atcnue. Well & Keator.
SITUATION WANTi:n-Uy a .toung man. t
collecloii has had inur yv'.irn' cpnlrec
with a lcadltic firm of t til I ity and ran fimilih
A Xo. 1 references. Addiess A. O. 1., 'irihune.
WANTED lly a tnlddle-iiKed lady, position as
housekeeper In fin.ill l.iinlly; wlilnwrr'n fani
lly preferred; relciincc Rltcn. Address House
keeper, Tribune ofhee.
SITUATION WAN'I CD By a young p;lrl at nurso
or light houscuork. Address !W5 New street.
SITUATION WANTKD-By ft younp man a.i book,
keeper and typewriter; can rlte reference;
fmnll Mlnry. Addres Wesley II. Welter, Lopci,
.Sullitau county, Pa.
WAXTKU Position as head (rardncr, or floih-t,
on a private or commercial place In tho
iclnlty of Scranton or WIlkes-Barre. AddrcM
C. Wooley, P. 0. Dck 271, Wmtport, Conn.
SITUATION WANTED-An experienced laundira
would like to get ladies' and cents' Iaundiy,
or any kind of tine laundry. Call or uddress LMO
A MAN wants work padincr maiden or iaklii;r,
caie of lawns or any kind of work. Addrexs
Mr. Van, frcneral ilellteiy.
SITUATION WAXTKD-A woman would like to
j;o out by the day to clean office or hotfc
clcanln? or take washing home, or to tlo any
kind ot will:. Call or addict 1300 Pioiidenci
SITUATION WASTtlB By a middle aged lady
hotekeepei ; trilling to workv Addrts
Jl. A. V., 314 South Setcnth slieet, My.
SITUATION WANTLD-By a ountt man as sj
Ilcitor or collector; experienced, Addiess,
"K," 1109 risk atcnue, i-ltj.
SITUATION WANTKD YomiB man 19 yean,
wishes it position as blc.tdc lepalicr; lhl
class reference. M. A. C, Tribune oiflce.
SITUATION WANTKD Middle-aged man and
wife, no childien; circlul; no dilnk oi
tobacco habits; wish cue of gentleman " lesi.
clence dinlnR Miinmer; bct icfeience. Addicts
SITUATION WAN! LD By a joimp- gli, Piotct
ant, to do general housewoik. 212 Putnam
ttieel, Siianton. Pa.
SITUATION WAXTKD-To so out by the day
washing, ironing or cleaning1. Cill or
addiess Mrs. Kusi.cU 1219 Cedar ntenue, city.
MAN of ahililt, 27, nuiiied, well educated,
with knowledso of the art ot adtcitis
ing. mechanic with some cpcriemc, deciles
to engage with cither a manufacturing or whole,
fcalo establishment or laigc department store.
Xo reasonable ofler in any line offering chance
for promotion refined. Coirespondence solicit
ed. . Address Box 170, Beiwick, Pa,
ANTHRACITE COAL TRADE
What the Letter of the Operators' As
sociation for April Has to
Say About It.
About the general anthiucite coal sit
uation the April letter of the Anthra
cite Coal Operators' association says:
The temporary cettlciiiei.t of the question of a
billlce has. taken from the market an elemrut of
uncertainty which wa seriously disturbing the
tiade. Puichaaeri, weie undecided whether to ly
in largo stock? in anticipation ot the cessitlovt
of work, or to take the chance if a xcltlcincut
and buy later, at spring prices.
Tho IclUIc.ii of the men to continue on the
same advantageous turns width they aic now
receiving was wise. 'Ihey hate hail an excep
tionally prosperous jcar, both through the larga
lonnjgu cciisiuned, giving tliem full working
time, and the high lato of wages which they
hate been paid. Tin) ipicstion raised by the
organization was, one of policy which, whilo ap.
patently meeting the wUhes of its meinbeis,
was of less immediate importance than the con
tinuance of tin: pay loll.
Hut, unfortunately, owing to the failiuc of I he
largo companies to take decisive and dehnito
steps, the Issu between tho mine ownci.s anil
the miners' union ins not by My means reaclid
a cuncliislon. The oillcers of the union are tak
ing cveiy means to drive doui tho mined sm.li
men. as hate not joined their organization. Al
ready several collieries have been tlo-scd through
this action, and at otheib then- is such u fci
Hunt tint it U quite piohablo that a situllar
result will tc.llow. The iupoc is evident. The
union wuhi-s In foire tho operators to employ
only nicmlicis of its oreanlaliuii; to dUcrimlu.ile
against all oilier labor, thus foicing it to join
the union, inerea.slng its idrongth and giving it,
later, the power to dictate thiough oiernhchii
ins force of membcit
The selling mmpaurrs hate bued a pilce cir.
tular winch imbodlca a netv s.ttiein nt dUcoiiuts,
A tlxuct price is inadi for the .tear witli a ills
muni of .VI tents per ton in April; 4.0 cents In
Mjv; SO cents in .line; 'JO rents in July; 10
rents in August, and the full ilicular Irom
September to tho following April. As an in
stance, the prion of ttote coal will r as follows;
Cliuular piiic ifl.in per ton.
April l.DO "
May 1.10 "
.lime , '.'il
Sepleuit,r Ji April LiMi
The lollowing aie, it U stated, to bo the. hid
terms of sale:
"For all coal wlmli seller can dcllter and buy.
cr receive during (he curient month reduction
may bo nwtlt as above stated, but in the case
of a failure of teller to deliver, or buyer to
iticivc. Hie coal within tho designated month,
all coal (hall bo billed and paid for at the prices
for the month In which it is received, vith the
exception that in tasc any tessej thall at a
leading port be partially loaded within Iho
stated month tucli vessel shall hate ils cargo
completed. Yeaily contrails for broken coal lor
municipal purpose, lor gas companies and nun
ufaclurers, who are entitled to such contrails', at
ciirular prices at time of making contract."
If this policy is cloudy adhered lo it will In
advantageous to both tho buyri and teller, but
it is an open question whether this will be done.
Possibly the rporicnir of the paat may not bo
u fair guide under the (hanged conditions of
(lie present, but the temptation lo mat,- coal, -and
on tho part of commission agents Iho iieces.
sit still iwlsta and it will be surprising if the
companies can ovrii'omc it with a paper mani
festo. The lompintea have not vet succeeded in mak
ing tatUlaclory arrangements for Hie puich.i.-o
of coal ficm all of Iho individual operators
and, unless they do, this produce will be mai
ketctl by the commission houe, '(hcto latter
have n' place lu which to stoic coal delivered
lo them and for which thero Is no immediate
market. If held in cars pending a sale, (he lalb
read charges denmnage. Thire is, thcrcfoie, n
reasonable icu.o for ofleiing at a thade balow
the market price, und the invariable result is to
reduce tho piitv of the coal sold by every inter.
et, time they Iccl justified in nictlliig mo
The position of tho loinpinles is. theicforc,
not to strong a they desire, nor will It ha until
tl.ey have finally arranged (or the disposition vf
the Individuil tonnage. They should haw ap
pici'laUd after recent events Hut 11' operators
have many foiclldc arguments on
Money to Loftn.
JI0NHV to loan on Improted city teal ccUte. '
lir.NMY BI'.LIN. .111.
ciiAs. it. wr.t.i.Ks.
STItAKlllT LOANS for any unoiinl. tnteiett 4 In
U per lent , can be obtained from . Hon
nelly, 19 Trailti.V Xatlun.il bank bulldiup;.
Till! Penn Mutual Life Insurance t'om
pany ttlll lom upon first morlifuge, upon
centrally lociled properties am- amount, for term
of ear, nt low rat.- of Interest. Capwell,
Attorney. Panll Ilulldinp..
STRAIOIIT loans In amounts .) to llW.Oul
nt Hi to 0 per cent; payments montblt,
HPtnl-annually or j early. Interest on balance.
Vf. M Bunnell, Ally, 301.-2 Meant Hide
HONKV to loan on bond and mortage, any
amount. M. II. lloljite, Commonwealth
ANY AMOUNT W MONEY TO I.OAN-Qult.1;,
clraisl I karu or Building and Loan. At
from 4 to (1 per cenf. Call on X. V. Walker,
3U-315 fennel! bulldlnc
BRANCH WANT OFFICES.
Want Advertisements Will Be
Received at Any of the Follow
ing Drag Stores Until 10 P. M.
ALBERT SC1IL1JTZ. corner Mulberry
street and Webster atomic.
OtISTAV PICIIF.L, l0 Adams avenue.
OUOnflU W. JENKINS, 101 -viHlh Main
I'HCD L. TKHPPK. 7."l (idai atenue.
ONO. W. DAVIS loinri North Main
atcnue and Maihol stied.
ciiables p. .ioni:. r.
V. J. JOHNS, f:0 rii-ecu Iliduc -tu-et.
'. I.OIIKNZ, comer Wa-hliulnr. atc
nue and Marion stieet.
W. II. KNI.P1T.L. 1017 It iii!4 at emu-.
j. o. bom; a- son.
I.OsT-In central cilj. on Tuesday, lady's gold
watch bearing initials K. B. Kinder will ie
ceite lettard by letuining to 0.17 Willow stieet.
LOhT A ladici' (open face) stiver watch, be
tween Lincoln atcnue and Claike lliof.. Apiil
17; finder will bei rewarded by returning Fame
to Elher M. Peckens, 112 X. Lincoln jiienue.
LOST Diamond lioiseshoo pin. Liheial lewaid
if icturncd to 1120 Marion street.
any controversy, and aic, quite able, and willing,
to use them.
DONATIONS FOR THE HOME.
Acknowledged by the Managers of
That Institution, t
The Home for the Friendless ack
nowledges with deep gratitude gifts
from the following:
Quantity provision, Ladis' Missionary soi iely
Citoen Ilidgo Pres.bytrian chinch; Mi?. Peter
Morel, lloiteis; Miss Susan U. Dickinson, fi tut,
etc.; Tho Paris', 10 hats and 10 coats; a friend,
quantity pioWsions, one dollar for oldest lady;
Mia W. W. Watsmi, rake, etc.; II. A. Pierce,
cij boxes grannsc, 2'J packagB manna; clothing,
(in memory K. ,T. JL); ninsie bo, (in memory
O. I. C.) ; reading matter. Green Bidge Baptist
ch-ncli; Mre. H. II. Crane, Mrs. W. P. Ken
nedy, chllds' hoods; South Side store, coal pail;
N'olan lircin., hieak bo; I. Keari.ey 'c Co.,
hauling, donated bill si:); Sam L Knipp, c.i
riigc hill 51 TO; Williams & MeAnultv. carpet
sweeper; Miss Maggie Zeidler, one-half hmfl
bread; a fiiend. Mre. Thomas Fianklin. cake;
Mm. Wm. Blogg. Mr. E, L". Thomas, MI Lil
lian Morris clothing; Mm. John Center, gilt
for old lady; Mrs. tfdtvnrd Nolan, life chicken;
Mrs. It, 0. Harvey, .soap; Lackawanna Dally
company, milk; Mrs. W. A. Piice, two dajs'
dii.niiaking; Mis. Simon Bicp, fruit, Mrs. II.
II. Crane, leading matter; Cieen ilidgo Wheel
men, 3 gallons coftee.
Easter Day Donors ,dr. J. P. Dickson. Mary
and Itnlii t Mi Clave. Miss Josepliine Lees, Mr.
and JIr. Thorn is Ainer, Ladies' Aid society
Aliury chuieh, Mrs. II. .1. Bennoll, Mrs. Pie-don,
Robinson, Mrs-. B. (J. Brooks, Reynolds Brcn.,
Mrs. Wm. Bosser, Moid Bros., Mrs. Peter Moiel,
Mrs. T. C. Von Storch. Mis. W. II. Seeloy, Mi.
Klltn Shauger, Jlrt. !. R. Clark, Irci'ie und
Roland Jones, JIi. i:. S. Mofl.it,
Saturday Night Donoiv-T, II, Cur A- Son, I),
L". Maibergcr, Llnduei's and IloIirttaeei' biker,
ics, W. II. Pleice, II. A. Piute, W. II, Allen,
spencer's maiket, W. fi. Conrad, .1, T, llojor,
iOR. DANA CREMATED.
His Body Found in the Ruins of the
Keeler House Barn.
By Kxi Invite Wire from The Associated l'ie,
Tunkhannoek. PiiApril IS. A &earch
today of the rulnH of tho Keeler house
barns, in which six horses were burned
yesterday, revealed tho 'body of Dr.
Chillies V. Dana. He had evidently
boiio Into tho harn to assist in saving
tho liiirse and was overcome with heat
Dr. Dana whs forty-uvo jeais of age.
He was a son of Dr. C, H, Dimu, an
elderly and well. known phylciaii, vlui
died in Klorlda two WPekH ugo.
Wall Street Reriew.
New oik, April 15. The movoment of pile's
of ttoiks today was cu-ecdingly inrsnlar and
pinlit taking was on u very heavy siulc, 'I he
io-.ivt-akinng of s-pirul.tthm w. not iiihieviil
without aggiesslve Icadersldp by the pioiessloual
clement, who i tiled to then asUtauci all the
arts of manipulation In mote prices upward nj
as to afford the rciulilr altraillon In (he out.
side speculative world. While they weie develop
ing new points of vtlenglh they or I hell (no.
lewiuruil hrrUiicii weie .utltib selling In take
piollla in the recently epIollei ..loilt., Thu In
lliienre wan still manifest of a lailtuo tu announce
tlie leiui-H id the Burlington ileal.
The Drie ttocks, Burlington, Noilheiii Patitlc
and tho gtangers generally were articled by the)
lousldcratlons iuily in the da), 'iho .iciltt
piotit taking in Amalgamated Coppir .md in
mg.ir weie also iiifluencos on the side of dcpriy.
bl.'ti. Amalgamated Coppei on tho othrr hand
tioitd piuctlcallv a Lomplclc ncmci.v ol its loss
in Hie late dealings. 'Iho. most rlTtitlie leadeit
of (he market were Ati-hUc-n and i'rnon Parlili,
'llio dealingr, in both were on a teiy heavy ttali
uud a i'ioielon.,1 lauipalgu for a ico was
rleaily being icinductul in both. 'I lie gos..p In
account lor the iis was that Atchison was lo
be plated on a I per rent dividend basis and thu
Peniisjlvaiiia Interests were to be itpirscntrd in
Iho iliirctoiy a the mulls ol alleged unpine.
limit of a large iutere.-t by I'tuusjltaiila in Ihv
company. In t'nion Paclllc It was raid that Ihc
Southern Paclrtti collateral bonds were to be re
deemed, thus leleaslng the Ccntial Paillic ioi.
pany. Atihlsori enjo.vcti an rxlrcmo adtaiice of
2!i. as a result tl these miuoiitcis and I'niou
Paclllc waa lilted i't. 'I lure were other ad
vances among the Southwestern and Southern
3 Insertions 25 Cents
MoraThan Four Llnes 8 Gents for Each Extra Lln
Help Wanted Male.
A htlRhl nr.rl energetlt ouiig man of thoionali
local aiqiininlancc! anil well'roundcd uewpiper
experience to take a responsible position on a
well established Northeastern I'enns.tltanla dally
newspaper. Adduss "Pioneer," caie Tribune,
atalltig age, experience and pay epecled
. i .
WANTCD Yo.mr.- man, 17 to 19 tears old, for
delivery wagon, Incpilio China Hall, Ml Wy
WANTED A man capable of managing u ship
ping department of a furniture and carpel
business In an Intelligent manlier; one not afraid
of work; must he thoroughly operl(iiced In
puking and flttijig: wastu of time for any othrt
to spply. B. F, Co., Tribune office.
WANTED At once, ii good tailor. Apply to
Richards v. Wlrth, .12(1 Larkawsnna avenue.
Help Wanted Female.
WANTED A eomnelent ,oung woman (o lake
tare, of phjslcian's ofliee. Call nt 422 Qulncy
WANTED Experienced bindery glil wanted.
1IOBSES foil SALE A nice ptlr of ponies and
two her.vy hoires me oflcied cheip bj II, M,
Boles, 5,10 Clay ntenue.
l'OU SALE Car load of young souml hoises,
tvciahlng Ironi 1150 to 1M0 pounds. 221 Oak
ford couit. J. Jf. Field.
Booms and Board,
LAIUiE fiont loom with hoaid foi two gentle
men, 11(1 Adams atimic.
Certified Public Accountant.
L ('. SPAULDIXU, 220 UI!0AIWA.
EDWAHD II. DAVIS, AltCIIllECT. CON MX',
FHEDE1IICK L. BUOWX. ARQIUTEOT, PlllLI'.
building, 120 Washington atomic, H ronton.
DIt. C. I.'. ElLENBKRfJEB, PAUl.l lll'ILIHMI,
prllfO stieet, Scianton.
UK. C. (.'. I.AU3ACII, II.", WYOMING AVENUE.
Physicians and Suge&ns.
DB. W. E. ALLEN, .'.I i XORTU WASHINIMON
DR. S. W. L'AMOHEAU.V. OFFICE :M9 AVASII
ington avenue. Residence, 1318 Mulhcrij.
Cluonic disea.se. lungs, heait, kidneys uud
genito-uilnaiy organs a spetlally. Hours, I
to i p. m.
railioacLs which weie laigely sympathetic New
oilc Central, the Chicago. Cincinnati, Cleve
land and St. Louis stocks, Canada Southern and
New Yoik Central and SI. Louts Advanced fiom
l'i lo 33; in company and Pltlsbuig, Cleveland,
Chicago and St. Louis ro-,0 t over last niicht
In ft.uupathy. 1 he Netv York public! utilities had
their period of .sliength, an did a number of
other specialties! notably Colorado I'ticl, Tennis
sri! Coal, New- Yoik Airbrake, Pacific Coast and
I'll I teil States KNprrss, tho latter oil the election
as directois of otflclals of other cpie-s com
panies. The gains In this lot of etockn inn fiom
about ;t to 10 points. Total sales today, l.i.S !,
Dealings In buds iniitinued l.uae and the
maiket iiregular. Tidal sales, p.u- value, 4,1'iH,.
1100. V. S. new ts advanced ' per lent, on the
'Iho following quotation
Tribune by M. S. Jordan .,
Mens building, Scranton, Pa.
aie fiiini-heil 'lh
Co., looms 70.V7.
High- Low- Clos.
Aiuriicaii Mljai ,,
Amer. Tobacco ..
Atchiscn. Pr. ...
Ill col.. Tuition .,
Bait. & Ohio ....
Com. Tebaiio ..
CI105. k Ohio ....
Chic, k Ot. West.
Chic, B. k Q. ..
Del. k lltid'Oit ...
Kan. k Ti' Pr.
Louis, k N.i-h. ,.
Man. Eluiatcil .
Mel. Ti act I.111 ....
MIw-i. Pacilh' ...
Southeiu Pacilh' ..
Noifoll; k We-t.
Noith. Pacific. Pr.
N. V. Cenl1.1l ...
Out, fc Wn.tcnv .
I. 'a I
IVnui. It. It.'....
Blading lly. . ..
lidding It).. Pi.
Southern It. It. ...
South. It. R., Pr.
Trim. Coal k iron
I'. S. Leather ....
P. S. Leather. Pr.
T, S, Rubber ...
I'ulon Paelrle ...
l'n ion Pail lie, Pr.
Wcs.lt in Union ...
I nl. Fuel k lion .
Anial. Copper ...
lVople'.s lias ,,,,,
Am. Car Foundry
1', S. stnl Co. .,
. . -7 Ts
. .ni' 0
II3 II" l.i-' It's
Scranton Board of Trade Exchange
Quotations All Quotations Based
on Par of 100.
STOCKS. Rid. Asked.
First National Bank ISO"
Scranton Savings Bank , ,,, .".50
Third National Bank li ,,.
Dime Deposit ami Discount Mink., 37.1 ...
Economy Light, II. k P. Co. ...... ... 43
Lacka. Tiust Sale Deposit Co 150
Clark k snover Co., Tr l.'S
Scranton Iron Fence A. Mfg. Co , 100
Scranton Asle Works ,,, ... P.i
Lackawanna Dairy Co., Pr. 20
County Satlngs Bank is Trust Co,, 300 ,,.
First National Bank (Carbondale),, ,,, soil
Standard Drilling Co. ,, iiO
Tiadcri' National Bank 111 ,,,
Sciaiilcn Boll and Nut 10 100 .,
Scrantcn Passanger Railway, first
Mortgage, due 1920 US ...
People's Stieet Railway, first mort
gage, dua 1018 115 ...
People's Street Hallway, Central
mortgage, due IMt 113
Dickson Manufai'turliig t.'o 100
Lacka. Tottinhlii School 3 per cent, , . 101
Cltv ol Scranicn St. Imp. U per
Scranton Traction 6 per cent. ..... US ...
Scranton Wholesale Market.
ftonectrd by II. 0. Dale. 27 Lackawanna Av.)
Iliittir--Cicai'iv.v, old, 20j'2h.; liCsh, 21iii;e,i
daii), noli, 3li(,aiJc( old. lialSc.
ChceeC Full cream. U'allo,
L'ggj W-lein fiesh, llla 10 lac . ncaiby
state, lilt to I tie,
Beans Pi r bu.. choice marrow, W.oaaJi'O.
Pea Beans Per bu., choice rnaiiow, V.',.i2 60.
Midium Beaiu-P.'r bu., .!Ua2.I5.
Hiecii I'tas-l'cr bu., i.VU ii.
Onlon-Per bu., il.l0al.60.
Flour Best patent, pet bid., $1 15.
Red Kldne) Dcanj-IVr bu., 2.15a2.JO.
j j ejfc
PRANK K. BOYLE, ATTOnNRY-AT-tAW.
Iloomi 12, 14, ID nnd 19 Burr building.
1'. K. TltACY.ATT'Y.COMMONWCALTH BLDfJ.
D. B. BKPLOOLE. ATTOUNEV-1.0AN3 KFOO
tlaled on real estate security. Mean building,
corner Washington avenuo and Sprue street.
WILLAiU), WABBEV fc Kit ATP. ATTORNRS'fl
and counsellora-al.Utr, Itepubllcaa building,
.IKSSUP ti JESSUP, A1TOBNKY8 AND COliv
sellors-al-law. Cfliumontveallli building, noonts
IP, 20 nnd 21.
EDWARD W. THAYER. ATTORNEY. ROOM!
D0.I-W4, 0th floor, Mcata hulldinc.
L. A. WATRES. AlTOtlNEY-AT-LAW, BOABt;
of Trade building, Scranton, Pa.
PATTERSON A" WILCOX, TRADERS' NATIONAL
V. COMEGVS. II-1,'. REPUBLICAN BUtLDINoT"
A. W. BEIflllOI.r, OFFICE MOVED TO J0
!ll Wyoming atenue,
Hotels and Resturants.
THE LLK I'AIE. 125 AND 127 FRANKLTN
atemte. Rates teasonable.
P. ZEIOLER. Piopuetor.
M'RANTOV IIOIJM:. SEAH D.. L. & W. PA
seiigei depul. I'oliduited on the Eurcptsn
plan. VICTOR KOCH, Proprietor.
x. llEIITIIUDi: EVANS, OVIEOPATII. 128 AM
120 Washington Ate. Scranton Pa. Clironln
DlriMscs it p Lilly. Office Hours: 8.30 to 17
ri.; 1...U to '..:i0 p. in.
f(. II. CLARKE .V. CO.. SEEDSMEN AND NURS
eitnien. Mmc 201 Washington atcnue; gretn
hnn-, 10.V) Xolth Main avenue; More tele
. II. Illtl(.(i CLEAN- PRIVY VAULTS A.VL
iw p.ioN; no odoi; cmlj improted pumps used.
A. P. lti iK-. inniiiielor. I.eate orders 1101
N oi ih Main ntenue. or Elcke's ding store, coi
ner Ad inn and Mnlhriiy. Both telephones.
.IO-EPU KI'EiriX. HEAR Oil LACKA. AVE.,
Si union, P.i,, rnauufaLtuicr of Wire Screen?.
DKh-j-MAKIXG FOR CHILDREN TO ORDER;
.iNo ladles' waists. Louis Shoemaker, 213
MKOAItCEE BROS., PRINTERS' SUPPLTF.S, EN-
t elopes, paper bags, twine. Warehouse, ISO
Washington atcnue, Scranton, Pa,
'I HE WILKKS-BA11RE RECORD CAN BE TIAD
in Scrautnn at the news stands of Reismnri
Bios., 409 Spruce and 511.5 Linden: M. Norton,
.';2 Lackawanna avenue; I. S. Schutzcr, 211
Nw York Oraln and Froduct.
New Yoik. April Ii. Flour, sustained by (11".
ll'ci sliength in wheat, bad utaiily active trade.
Wheat Spot tirm; No. 2 led, 7950. I. 0. b.
afloat; Xo. 2 red, T7?ic. elevator; No. 1 north
ern Duliith, StlHc. f. o. b. afloat. Options gen
ii illy htrong all day und closed firm at HaVic.
nt ndvanie. May dosed 77?ic; July, 77c.
Sept., 7ni.ii-. Coin Spot easy; Xo. J, 60c. ele
vat or and .10?sc f. 0. b. afloat. Options openee
llim but lain eased off sharply and dosed easy
at Uac-. net decline, ilav closed iVfye.i Jul),
iwK'.: Sepl., 48',ic Oats Spot quiet; No.
2, 30:ir.; No. S. .Ill'.Jc.; No. 2 white, 32VJ
:;.!.; V. n white, .12.'.; track trihed western,
;iOij.i.U'iii'.; liaik white, .ll'.ia'Wo. Options qulic
and about steady, flutici Steady; fresh cream
pry, ltti'21c; factory, lUAaia'.jc.: imltatifii
iicaniei), llalSc: itate daiiy, loa'.'Oe. Cliee-.
steady: taticy laigo, colored, llaU'.ic. ; fantt
latse white. lOallc; fancy .small, colored, I
al2'ic. ; lanry snull, while. IP)ial2c. Egg
Steady; state and I'cnn 1.. UaMUc. ; outheru,
l.:.i l.i-sie, ; ttostoiii stmagc, ll'.ac; tvestem,
legular packed, H.iH'ic
Chicago Grain and Product.
Chii.iRo, pill lii. Today 's grain trade wa'
hugely local nnd pike fluctuations were noi
wido. Be.-ldes export support wheat deiitcd soii'
help lioni Hie weatlm, but this latter faidor
vt.is' a bearish Id 111 when applied to corn and
oils. Ca-h quotations note us follows:
I'liiui Mc.idy; No. .1 spring wheal. 70a74 ;
No. '2 ml, 7la7oc: No. 2 coin. n?ic.: Vo.
2 tellow, 4r.i4t.. No. i oats, '27Ua 7iji'. : No.
2 while. SOi.iiHOi'.; No. .". while, 2Si;ai,!i.
No. '2 1 ye, AJi.; good feeding bat ley, li. ,
lair 10 ihohe liialilng, I'a ".; No. 1 rlv! ii
and No. I iioithttcstein, K1..V1; iiriui" timotl
hcul. sl.tiOi.i.7.1; inrss pork. Ml.lOall.l'i; laM,
tAl2g,it.,IS; -hoil libs, sides, a,,j,joj , Jn
salted sliouldeii.. iiTia7'ii'.: shoit clear, sidec
j,;10in.-i; whi-ke.t, 91,27.
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Ihiugo. .piil IS. C'alllo-I'.eeeipi.', s.mJi'l
1 hohe sleirs, linn: olhets, about clearly; bulcli.
cm' stock, sii.idy; good to prlnu steer, -ik
shoit hums it so, s.liC; pool 10 uiodiuin. .W'
al.lsl; stockm and leeders. choice, steady; o'h
in, slow, S2.70.il.t1; lows, s2.nilal..ai: hel:er,
s.lal.M: cauueis, sIioiirii, i2.i2.'M; bull-, -do r,
S2. 7.1.1 t.uO; elites alioiil steady, ftlul; IY:,n
toil si is 1 a, SI.'2."u"..W; Ti:.as gu.s ..tiers, vJ.vl'a
1; Toas bulls. ::. 7.1a Lis."..
Hogs lleudpts today, 2il,0fi0t I omorrow, 1,
IK; cUlinated lelt otn, 2,."ino: heavy, steady,
light, slow; closing stiontci; lop, sii.lO; miv"4
and butcheis, s-,,7,-,j0; good lo choien heavy,
M.'1.i(i.I0; lough heavy. S''.73a5..j; light, 1.M
al.tH; bulk ol sales, vl.uOai).
HicopKeccipU, 7,000; sheep and lainlt.
klrad); good to choho welhers. l,75a1; fill
fo choice niKed. sj,0a4.70; western sheep, l,c
il; jearlings, S.,75a(.M; natite limbs, l.n.'u
5.M. tti'sicin limbs, l,nja.i.yo
Buffalo Live Stock.
L.i-1 II11II.1I0, Mnil 1?.- Becclpls-t attle, !
1,11.; sheep and lamb. 1.1 cats; hegu, 10 cm:'
Shlpnieiils-Cattle. 2H carv; ilieeep and lambs, !
tais; hegs, 7 cais.
( hltle- Mead); calte.s, (holco to elr. W.T
...'..an, Woed lamln. ihohe. te extra, tV50n3.W
i-lipprd lambs, .hoin to eflra, ij; mlxeH sro'
sl-.ep, .5l.Wi.il.7S; clipped sheep, 4.aia4.50.
Ilnay Hiaty, t. '25.10. t; pigs, $fl,10a6.25.
nil fill. Apul lS.-Credit balance, ;0j m
tltiialCK, no bid. sliipinenli, 10J,394: avetigt,
no.l'il. Huns llO.ail; aterage, M,3Jj.
svV-V N "V'V'i.'S,,'sjj..
United Railways of
St. Lotiis, Mo,,
Yielding Investor 4,60
Rudolph Kleybolte & Go.
J Nassau.St, New Ttrk.
.-.fe. ,- ng.f n,Ai-niii.-.i t-ijtjmjHy-fciy.iBvjat