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TilE SORAtfTON TRXBUNE-MOIVDAy, DEOkiUBEtt 29, 1902.
UNION OP ALL
CAMP 450 P. 0. S. OF A. DRUM CORPS.
Ho .Spoke in All Souls' UntveieaHet
Church Yesterday on "Forces Mak
ing for the Final Union of Catholics
nnd Protestants" Declared That
the New Theology That la "Unmis
takably Creeping Into the Churches
Is Leading Men to the Common
Ground on Which Christ Stood.
In All Shuls' UnlvemtllsiVcliurolt yes
terday Rev. Thomas H. Payne spoke on
the "Forces Milking for the Finn I
Union of Catholics ami Protestants."
Taking for my tcl, today, there wunli
"That they all may bo onu" found In
that wonderful prnjcr of the Master'.",
1 want to usls, uml shall try to answer,
the question, "Ale tlicro any forces ut
work In our present civilization having a
tendency to hrlnp'tliQ two great wlng-i 1 1
tho Clnlsllnn chinch llnully together
It Is now about four hundml years
Klnco Martin Luther beiin that wonderful
movement In Germany that 1 exulted in
putting the Roman Catholic church hi
twain, For about a thousand yeatu pi lor
to that time, there had been practically,
Ijiit ono organized body of ChrKt In the
earth the church of Homo. Ah to the
methods by which tho church of Home
finally came to that commanding portion,
the student of history needs no instruc
tion. They uro beyond the range of our
Inquiry at this time. 1 will only say th.it.
1'or tho tlrst boven hiuulreil years of its
history, there was no more union in the
Clulstian church than thole la todnj, and
sumo might say, not halt' us much.
Might Be of One Mind.
It was Josus' desire that all those who
Should call themselves Ills disciples mlBht
bo of one mind, one heait, one spirit, one
fellowship. From the very llrst believers
on Hla namo kept that Ideal before them.
U'ho Ideal must forever lemaln a Brand
one. But the methods adopted by cur
tain of His followers to tceuro that deslr
nblo result "make tho blood run cold" us
one recalls them. As It has been In days
irono by, so it Is today, the constant
dream of Catholic nnd Protestant that,
tho timo muy come when "theie shall bo
ono fold and one shepherd."
A flood many intelligent and f.ir seeing
licoplc In both communions do not believe
that flay will ever sig.iln come, and pro
fess to bollcvo it undesirable. For myself,
.1 not only bcllove the dream beautiful,
lint its accomplishment desirable. Some,
timo in tho far distant future thero will
lo a union of nil Chilstlans, a union more
perfect than the old one, moio lasting
than tho old one. But that union will
boar no more resemblance to the union
the average Catholic and l'rotestant pic
tures than tho real Messiah did to tho die
tho Jews expected.
Tho union tho averago Catholic dreams
of is a union made pos.-lblo only when nil
'Protestants becomo Catholics, with tha
word "Catholic" written In still larger
letters. wnd tho union tho aivrago l'rot
estant dreams of Is a union made possiblo
ly the conversion of all Catholics to
Protestantism. In my humble opinion,
Fiich a union Is not only undesiiable, but
will nover come. Such dreams are but
prido-inllated balloons that can never go
very far or high. Time will prove them
what common sense today declares value
lets. The Desirable Union.
Tha only union of Christians that Is
tlrsirablo and practicable is a union
formed by both Catholic and rrotcstaut
moving out and away from the nrtlliclal
barriers each has erected nguin.st tho
other, and coming together on soma com
mon gi omul. Such common ground, some
whoro In God's Kingdom, there must be.
Indeed, raunot both Catholic ami Pro
testant today at least pee its edges. I be.
llovo so. Tho clay will come when it will
bo fully revealed to both. Of course, it
will come hard 'to tho Catholic to glvo
tip his. pupal lnfaliblllty, and somo other
artificially and artistically constructed
theological hedges; to tho Baptist to glvo
up his papal infallibility, and somo other
prayer book; tho Presbytci Ian his "live
points": tho Methodist his "free will" and
"saiietlllcntiou"; the Univcrsalist his
"universal Fatherhood of God." No; I
guess, the' TJnivfrsalist, must we not all
admit it? will have to bo allowed to
Keep tho corner stono of his faith.
Now, such a union, is n. beautiful
thing to contemplate, is it not? Why
(shouldn't it bo possible? To leallzc it, it,
It is only necessary for each denomination
to givo up the articles in its creed thai
Jesus had nothing to say about. Then
all will bo found to stand on tho things
lie emphasized. What wore they? Lovo
lor God nnd lovo for man; purity, duty,
heivice, sacrifice. Such a union is com
ing, dear friends. If you believe In God,
jou must believe It is coming.
.Forces Are at Work.
Can we seo any forces at work in tho
world today that aro bringing it nearer
to us? T believo wo can. Let mo briclly
jolnt them out to you,
The ultimate union of All Christians is
being suinly and steadily piomoted today
liy tho teachings of science. Fifty yeais
tigo, to go no further back, there was
sio Bclcneii ns wo understand tho term to
day. Yi s, test-books on Natural Philos
ophy wiitten ten years ago, wero out of
tlato scvoi.il years ago.
When I first began to study tho nat
ural sciences, tho text books tuught there
wero many forces In this universe, umoug
which worn light, heat, electricity, mag
netism, lor Instuuco. Bach was sup
posed to bo entirely different from tho
other. Today wo know theso forces nro
till different manifestations ot ono and tho
tvuno otemal energy, tilling tho wholo
universe. It is tho modern doctrino of
"tho conservation of energy." Its teach
ings arc against division, for that means
antagonism, nnd that moans waste. This
dictum of sclenco has already been eager
ly embraced In tho mechanical and com
mercial world. It is working Itself out in
our chuiltios nnd philanthropies. Tho im
pact of Its silent blows Is being ftlt by
our antagonistic theologies ami wairlng
Tho dual union of nil Chilstlans Is being
In ought in by modem lttoratuic. Tho
lioet and philosopher aro first of all truth
Beckers and prophets. In a speclnl degreo
they ate free from tho limitations nnd
juojudlci'S of smaller minds. They ser
vo) tho universe from tho mountain top
of thi. Iili-til, Ah a consequence, thulr vis.
Ion, Is nut obstructed by their neighbor's
Have Never Learned.
Somo men never leurn what lovo Is,
they mo in determined to bo baptized all
oven, othciH cannot grabp tho inllnlto
power ut tho Almighty save tho most
iibaiiilniif.U, bo Mire aie they self could not
tnvu tln-ni, Literature, as represented by
a Tennyson, n Longfellow, a, Lowell, u
JiioS.iiIng, a Low ell, brushes uBlde tho
tntnbilo iicvdlifc men put so close their
ryes tliut thty cannot seo God's moun
tains or tiuth In their uaked proportions.
The new tht'ulogy that is unmistakably
noeplng Into tin. chuiches Is leading men
to the common ground on which Christ
Mood, The old theplogy is dying, friends,
Uiiiulstukuhly djlny. A better and truer
theology Is Inking IU place. Fresby
(ct laps Hud t buiihr every year to think
In tha terms ot n CiUlu; It is tho samo
r.lth the Jt.uitlsu; KpUcopalians find It
balder and liuidur every year to think
tonslstoiitl) In thu terras of tho thirty
nine nrtlcUu; and cvci; Roman Cathol
icism, more slowly, to bp jmro than soma
l the younger dIiblons of tho church,
ytndually jmovts uuy fj-pm ancient and
iuiiuir.iblv piA-ltlon.,; Hho no longer takes
! Muiente 1'ioni the popes, but from tho ,
EV. THOMAS B. PAYNE
LIEVES IT IS COMING.
The above cut represents a South Scrantqn musical organization formed over ten years ago which has its headquarters on Cedar avenue. The organ
ization is better known as the "Bumpernickel Band," and has gained a wide reputation all over the state for their side-splitting antics while in costume
They will hold their Annual New Year's Ball Thursday afternoon and night in Music Hall.
scientist; sho no longer derlures there are
no Christians outsodo of Rome, or salva
tion outside of holy chinch.
For sixteen ccntuiles Chilstlans have
been emphasizing the "tnnlty." tho
"unity," pupal iufnlllbllilv, immersion,
total depravity, evet lasting punishment.
i;piscopacy and Congregationalism. Tho
new theology emphasizes love to Cod and
love to man, and says to men. llko your
Master, "go about doing good "
THE CATTLE DISEASE
Dr. Salmon, Chief of United States
Bureau of Animal Industry,
By Exrluthc Wire fromflio Aiwcutcd Press.
Uoston, Dec. 2S. Dr. 13, K. Halnuin,
chief of the United States bureau of
animal industry, lias Issued a state
ment rcfjardlng the prosecution of the
work of exterminating the foot and
mouth disease, and (.'specially In answer
to tho efforts ot certain persons who
have systematically tried U work up a
sentiment against the killing ol the
herds affected. Ho says:
"We nro obliged to fare tho fact that
there aie only two courses to pursue.
Either the diseased animals must all bo
killed off uml the contagion stumped
out immediately, thus relieving the
state quarantine restrictions at the
earliest possiblo moment, or wo must
sit down and watch the disease and
try by quarantine, to prevent its spread
ing. "How long the quarantine would be
prolonged in that case, and how much
tho disease would spread, cannot pos
sibly be foretold. It is certain, how
ever, that everything which delays the
operations of killing and disinfection
will prolong the quarantine just to the
extent that such work is delayed, and
the $100,000 a day loss, more or less, to
the state will continue for a longer
"At the present time 1,800 head of
cattlo have been slaughtered in .Massa
chusetts, and if the worlc goes on, as It
should, with continued en-operation
from the state otllcials and with a
friendly public; sentiment, all of tho
kriown infected herds should be killed
and disposed of within the next week or
ten days. There Is every reason to be
lieve that this will be accomplished."
AMERICAN CONTROL FEABED.
German Merchants Bread Yankee
Supremacy in Venezuela.
Uy K.chi5i c Wire fioiullic Associated Pica
Berlin, Dec. 2S. The Loknl-Ansselger's
Caracas correspondent says:
"President Castro is one of the few)
Venezuelans who do not distrust tho
Yankees. Jlinlater Doweu hus his con
"The German wholesale merchants
would regret arbitration if it leads to
American llnunoial control Instead of
International, Koine of them have de
clared emphatically that If American
control is established It would bo bet
ter to transfer their business relations
forthwith from Hamburg to Now Yoik.
"President Castto plans confiscating
tho property of Urltlsh, aennun and
Italian subjects whenever the blockado
exhausts his resources,"
The foreign oilico oillclals heio decline
to Indicate what Clcnnnny will do re
garding President Castro's reported de
mand that the powers iitlso the block
ado and restore the Venezuelan fleet
before Venezuela III accept The Ilnguu
DAMAGES FOB. "UNION BOYCOTT,
$22,000 Awarded to Manufacturer
Who Suffered at Hands of Labor.
Uy Kxdmhe Wlru froiallio Adulated 1'iren,
Chicago. Dec. L'S. A verdict lmvlnc n
filgnilicant beariiiK on tho right of labor
organizations to luulnluln or assist in
enforcing a boycott was rendered yes
terday In Judge Vnll's couit,
All award of $22,000 tlnmnirou ivnu
made In favor of George Hlnchcllfi'
against me members of the Chicago
Masons nnd Uullders' association und
tho Brick . Manufacturers' association,
Hlnchcllff asked for Sioo.ooo iinvnrr.u
which he alleged ho hud sustained ow
ing to a uoycott in 1B88 by the asso
ciations named of the products of his
brickyards at Hobart, Iud.
i PATE OF ANDREE RECALLED,
Story from James Bay District of
Piece of Metal Taken from Bird's Leg
By Exclusive Wire from Tho A&oclated Press.
Montreal, Dec. 23.--Charles A. Bram
ble, of tho Canadian Pacltlo ltulhvuy,
has received word from! an old Hudson
Day ollleer living near "Height of
Land," that two or three years ago an
Indian woman living in tho district im
mediately sutith of .Tames Hay, though
at a considerable distance from It, had
killed a strange bird with a piece of
metal tied to its leg.
The correspondent thinks it may havo
been one of Andco's pigeons. Ho writes
Unit he will make inquiries and ascer
tain if the metal hus been preserved.
BOOL ROOM OWNERS
Verdict of Jury in the Hot Springs
Uj I;c1hm e V ii c U oiu 1 he Afcsoci Ucd Prcs.
Hot Springs, Ark,, Dec. 2S. Responsi
bility for the explosion which occurred
in the Turf Hxchange pool room Wed
nesday and resulted in the death of
William Hohwg, of tills city, and C. It.
Donnelly, of Chicago, and injuries to
moto than forty persons, was charged
to several persons last night by the
coroner's Jury, wlikh held an inquest
nvec Jleluig's tumulus. Thu jury ic
turncd tliu lollowing verdict:
"We, the Jury, empanelled to investi
gate into the cause and manner oC
death of William llelwig, Und thai he
came to his death in the explosion
caused fniin the e ureless handling of
high proof gaulino in the Turf Kx
chango pool room and that the respon
sibility of thu explosion is un the
Waters Pierce Oil company, the Arkan
sas Light company, and Leo Mayo aird
Kdwurd Burke, of New York, ptopile
tors of the pool room, each being re
sponsible Ihuiugh their employes."
ELEVEN VILLAGES IN RUINS.
Havoc Caused by the Earthquake in
lly Kxtlushe Wire from 'J lie .Wiiialcd I'io.-.
St. Petersburg, Dec. 2S, Later ad
vices from Ashkubud, ltttsslan Turkes
tan, say that in the country around
Audljau eleven villages aro in ruins as
a result of the recent earthquake, and
that fully six thousand houses have
boon destroyed in 'these scattered set
tlements. The weather is warmer, aird the work
of rescue and succor is proceeding with
butter results. The villages are suf
ficiently provisioned for some time, but
the government will be obliged to sup
ply the wants of the working people at
Andijan until the spring. No one Is
permitted to enter Andijan, without a
police pass. Den railroad employes on
their way to work are obliged to show
MARRIED TO A CORPSE.
The Latest Wierd Tales from Ear-off
lly KMiiisho Wire from 'tliu Ao(.liled Pica.
Victoria, li. C, Dec, S. Correspond
ence of the Associated Press received
from Yokohama by tho steamer Tartar,
includes details of a terrible baby
farming .scnndal. A womun, her hus
band and daughter and two other per
sons havo been arrested for infanticide
and it Is leurned that since they started
operations tills year, three hundred
children wero killed.
Tho Japan Times hus an account of
a Japanese of Koohl, having been inar
Ied to a corpse. Tho bride-elect com
mitted suicide orr tho evening of her
marriage. The body was recovered,
and ut the request of tho dead woman's
parents tho ceremony took plttco be
tween tho living ami the dead.
MABCONI SENDS MESSAGES.
The Latest of the Dispatches Directed
to the ex-Empress Eugenie,
lly Uxdushe Who from 'file A.SBOcl.tti.d Press.
Cilaeo Bay, N. H., Dec, 23. Tho Jlnr
ronl station nl dlace Bay continues to
maintain dully communication with
Cornwall, with constantly Increasing
elllclency, Murconl Is still here, but
will leave shortly tor Capo Cod station.
In the meantime ho Is sending two or
thiee messages by wireless to Kurope
dally, Somo of these dispatches aio
quite lengthy. One of thu dispatches,
was dlK'cted to ex-Kmpiess Eugenic,
"Punch" Wins Tennis Championship,
Uy Eeluilo Who fiom 'I lie AisoUalul I'rcw.
Tuxedo Purls, Dec, 23 In tho second of
the scries of court tennis mutches be.
tween Oeorgo Standing, of tho Ntw York
Tonnls and ltaequet club, and Cecil Pairs
("Punch"), of tiro PtIucces club, of Lon
don, and champion of ICngland, tho latter
was victorious, tlueo bets to one. Tho
first of this seiljfs was won by "Punch'1
In two straight sets. Tho match was
stubbornly contested, but Standing wus
outclassed. Pollening la tho score; G-J,
li-l, C-, C-3.
One ot the most delightful of musical
comedies is "San Toy," which was pre
sented at the Lyceum Saturday after
noon and night. It was seen by audi
ences that taxed tho capacity of the
house. The book of the comedy is
bright, the music inspiring and the
Miss Isabel Hall made a big hit as
San Toy. She is a charming young
woman with a. voice admirably suited
to the role she sings. Miss Nellie Lynch
as Dudley, the maid, and Samuel Col
lins as J.,1, carried the burden of the
comedy and did. it with an ease that
showed how truly they arc at home in
that line of work.
Hobart Smock, a fine manly looking
fellow with a robust, well trained bari
tone voice, sang the role of Captain
Bobby Preston. His "Tommy Atkins"
song was one of the hits of the per
formance. Other excellent members of
the company were George K. Fortescue
as Yen How, a. mandrlau; Surony Lam
bert as the emperor, and Miss Koran
Lambert as Poppy. Thu chorus was
made up of splendid voices. Few mu
sical comedies arc as richly costumed
as "San Toy."
Seats for "Tho Wilderness."
A very interesting member of
Charles Frohmnn's Empire Theater
company who appears la "The Wilder
ness" is Jits. W. G. Jones. She is sev-enty-tlireu
years of ago and her stago
experience covers nearly half a cen
tury. She has In her time played many
parts, ranging from Shakespeare's clas
sical heroines to characters In the
lighter forms of the drama. Another
estimable old actress in this company
Is Jlrs. Thomas Whlfferi. For years sho
has been associated with the best stock
companies, notably with Daniel Froh
mnn's Lyceum Theater company.
The dean of the male part of tho
company is that fine old actor, W. H.
Cronipton, whose polish and charming
method as a comedian might servo as n
very excellent and valuable example to
the younger members of the profession.
"Tho Wilderness" will bo tho attraction
sit tho Lyceum on Wednesday evening.
Sale of seats opens this morning at 0
The New Year's Attraction.
James O'Neill, who is touring tho
country in Hall Cuiuo's "The Manx
man," heard for tho tlrst lime recently,
n story on himself that took him back
to the most picturesque Incident In his
stago career. Mr. O'Neill is proud of
the taut that ho is tho only actor in
America who ever assumed the role
ot Jesus Christ. It was la tho Salmi
Morse "Passion Play," which wan pro
duced In California ut n religious festi
val many years ago. Mr, O'Neill did It
reverently, and was supported by the
clergy of the coast In his Interpretation,
Thero wero somo who took tho event
In lighter vein, however. One of thuso
was the late Dion Bouclcnult. Mr. Hou
clcuult sat In a box ni.,1 watched tho
performance Intently. After It wns
out William Seymour, now a well
known stago director, sold to him,
"Wasn't O'Neill greut?" "Gieut!" said
the noted playwright. "Jesus of Naza
reth James O'Neill same initials. Why
shouldn't ho piny the part wIIV" Jarnen
O'Neill will present "Tho Manxman" ut
tho Lyceum Now Year's matinee and
slight. Seats on snlo Tuesday ut 0 a, m,
Specini Matinee Today,
Happy New Year is tho greeting to
all patrons of tho Academy of Muslu
by Tho Glbneys, who will begju a
week's engagement with the presenta
tion of "Prlnco of Liars" ut u special
matinee this ufternoon. Tonight tho
offering will bu "Woman in Black," a
play of machlnu politics, lovo und hyp
notism, with a splendid plot, Interwoven
with excellent comedy, exciting cli
maxes and situations, It has special
scenery nnd electrical effects, and a
company of people who can net, and
are conbtdeied by critics In every town
visited, the best acting company that
has ever appeared In a populur priced
play; besides this, tho Glbneys curry
H specially selected cast of clever high-
class vaudeville artists, who work be
tween acts, thereby making a continu
ous performance. There will be no timo
to go out "to see a man," as there is
"something doing" all the time.
Special attractions are offered for
Now Year's day as follows: Matinee,
"Prince of Liars"; night, "The Rus
sian Wife." Sale or seats for both per
fonnances opens Tuesday at 9 a. m.
Prices: Matinee, 10, 20 and SO cents;
night, 10, 20, CO and 50 cunts.
The entertainment afforded by T. W.
Miner's Bohemians, which comes to tire
Star today, has nrct with unstinted
(praise in all the principal cities. This
season's production entitled "A Bohem
ran Beauty" Is la three acts and com
prises a company, carefully selected
without regaid to expense and while
beauty ot face and form has not been
eliminated from tho female ranks of
the company, every artist has a. reputa
tion. Of the comvdkins, the same can
be truthfully said.
While there will be no old-time
"olios" this season, high-class special
ties will be interspersed during the ac
tion of thu comedy in which will ap
pear such well known people as Char
ley Burke, late of this Burke Bros);
Grace Lultuc and her plckannlnies.
Johnson and Hilllard, Andy Gardner,
Campbell and Matthews, Davenport
Sisters, Milton Sinister and Master
Josephine Hull' has bobbed onco moru to
tho fiont as a musical star, appealing in
tho title role of "Miss Knickerbocker."
"The Chinese lionoymoon" will remain
ut tho N'cw York Casino until next June,
when It will go to Chicago for a run dur
ing tho summer months.
A speciul from New York says that Con
gressman Timothy D. Sullivan und Georgo
Kiaus, tho owneis of tho Duwey and Sa
voy theateiH in that city, announced lust
Monday night that they will build another
vaudeville and burlesquo hoiiho hi tho
big metropolis at a cost of $JQU,000.
A epidemic of mumps has been playing
havoc with the femliilno portion" Of tho
company playing "Tho Sleeping Beauty
and tho Beast" in Philadelphia. Twenty
eight of the company, principals and
chorus, foiled to answer roll cull for sev
eral days duihig tho past week.
ltepoits fiom llochcstcr me to the ef
fect that Henry Miller scored tho hit of
his stellar career when ho presented for
tho tlrst time on any stago itluhmd Hard
ing Davis' "Tho Taming of Helen" in
that city Christmas night.
A special from London bays that Alfred
Austin, the poet laureate, has written a
play on tho subject of the battlo ot Plod
den for Beerbolmi Tiee, which tho latter
will pioduco at Ills Majesty's tlieutcr uf
ter tho run uf Tolstoi's "nesurreetlon."
A cablegram lrom London says that
Martin Huivuy, tho Bngllah actor now In
tills country playing "The Only Way,"
will soon bo raised to knighthood by King
Edward. Mr. Harvey's youtn prevented
the honor lining bestowed on him at tho
coronation. If he could have lomo horn
us "Sir Martin Harvey,' It might have
rriiido n, dlltoifiico in business,
Whllo pieMiiillng ".Mis, Jnck" In hor
homo town, Tono Haute, liul., Alice
Fisher wus presented with n beautiful
loving cup last week by her close friends
and schoolmates, A leecptloii was hold
at tho hotel uftLr the piny.
ORANGE GROVES NIPPED. ,
Coldest Day of the Season in the
Uy i;uluiu' Wlictioui'llit Wxtatcil Pus.
Jacksonville, Flu,, Dec. 2$.--Last night
wai thu coldest of tho season so far,
the thermometer reaching 21 here und
30 ut Tampa, with a killing frost.
It Is feared that young orange trees
aio killed or badly hurt, as tho prel
ous warm weather had kept bap In tho
upper limbs. There Is consldeiablc fruit
yet In groves, und in sumo sections this
may bo hurt cousidciably,
Nato Salsbury's Funeral.
Br Exclusive Whe from 'the Aaso.'UUd I'm
New Yoik, Dec, ). Funoial seulcos
for tho lato Nato Salsbury weio hold to.
day under tho auspices of tliu Masonic
liutornlty. Tho llev. Dr. Uurltt, of Fi co
pott, 111., a lifelong tik'iid of tho dead
Showman, pi cached thu seiiuon. Many
piominent theatrical people weio In attendance.
I (y 1 Oriental Rng 1 H Display '
OF RARE RUGS
Mr. M. S. G00L0YAN AND WIFE
Are at the Big Store, exhibiting and selling beautiful
specimens of Oriental Rugs.
The assortment includes Rugs suitable for Recep
tion, Dining, Library Rooms and Parlors, also stairs and
halls. They are the well known Sineh, Fabreez Kir
manshah and Silk Rugs, in a wide range of sizes.
Also the light weight Kiz Kilim, Sineh Kilim and
Cashmere Rugs which can be used for Portieres. There
are many others in choice designs and colorings.
Prices Range from
$2 to $2,000
A close observer of Oriental Rugs will undoubtedly
notice many peculiar marks and signs woven in them.
They represent "The Tree of Life,'' historical and zool
ogical emblems of antiquity. Nobody but these tireless
workers in sunken lands could produce such magnifi
cent combinations -of colors and such peculiar patterns,
They are not the inception of a moment, but in many
instances hereditary, handed down through countless
One Rug here is noticed particularly for its beauty.
Age has softened its colors until it has that rich, mellow
appearance. It is the Chichi Rug, and has seventeen
borders, and is unmatchable for designs and colors.
Display on Third Floor.
Jonas Long' s Sods
SATTJBDAY STOCK QUOTATIONS
Tho follow IriK quotations aro furnished
The Tilbuno by llalKht & Frceso, 312
315 Mcuis ISiillUlns. W. D. Itunyon, man
Amal. Copper ut CHi W,2 Lj',
Am. G. & P :U Si "-IM; y
American Ke 11 ll;i 11 lUs
Am. Ice, Pr 38'i 41 IK'H II
Am. -I.ocomotlvo .... W 2511 2;; nil
Am. Loco., Pr tClfe W'A n. Oj'i
Am. S. & R. Co .... Wis 42',, 41Vt 12 ,
American Sugar ....lsi'i 129 4 128H 12';1,
Atchison M M'.S h31i M",
Atchison, Pi- nun 1C0 MVi 100
Bait. & Ohio M',4 !J!i UMi !U
Jlrook. It. T dS?i I.S), lls HSU
Canadian Pacific ....U!l?i 132 3J1U 132
Clies. & Ohio 471- lc; IT ITi
Chicago & Alton .... 33 IKW 33 33
Chic. & d. AS' 2,-iU '-T'Vs 2l'i jV.li
C, M. & St. P 17Sli 1iSm 1T7 liSfi
Col. Kiicl & Iron ... SO; SOV i"i Wi
Col. & Southern .... 27',i 27';j 27',2 27','j
Col. & South., 2d Pr. 1.1 43 J.I 43
Kilo ;4 3H SJ'i W.a
1'lrlo, Jut Pr IK). IMIi Wi'.S wil
lOrle. 2d Pr 4S?i IS 4S 45
HocKlnu Valley 7 'J7'i Mii: PI'S
Illinois Central 14.V1 lt.W, in UV
I.ouls. & Nash ...... 12;i IJ'S'l 12.'.li 12
Manhattan 117 147', Jiri'i lW'i
Met. St. lly 13'.ni 1H 1W.;. IXUjh
Mexican Central .... 23U 2in 23'i 21
Mo., K. & Tex VVj t'i.1,4 allj
Mo. Pacific Kr7i HA' 107 107
If. Y. Central in J IWi IM; ltett
Norfolk & West .... 72'i 72-'t 71v 72!;,
Ont. & West aili lll'S 3u .!!
Pacific Mall !!' IK.'i ixn... Mj
Penna. It. It I.V.'J 15TA, 1.11 l.WS
People's Guk 10I"S WF hOU 10-S'i
PrcsKed Steel Car ... mjt 'isi wv-i M's
Hearting ffi'i im Ii4''m fil'l
Itepubllo Steel. 1HH lti Wi 1
Itoclc Island M'i ls ,v.i4 ist;
St. U & So. W 27H 27'i 271t 27'i
Southern Pacific .... i!l"n illi til .!;
Soutliellllt.lt m, ISJIi 3.P1 KK
Southern II. It.. Pr.. !21i !2?i 1121 lOjt
Teun., Coul .t Iron... ,".S f.1 tii'A Tit
Texas &. Paclllu 10 4nVJ U1?J 10
Union Pacillc KM!, im'- W, lii'i
Union Piicilic, Pr .... !)5 li.'ij H2l. !)2',i,
1T. S. leather 12 121! 12'A 12'i
IJ. S. Leather, Pr .. ss',', SS'i ss to
U. S. Itubber M HI'S Hi Ifl
II. S. Steel 3.V, IK1S 3.Vi 3".!i
U. S. Steel, Pr N5U 'i Sli V.U
WabilHh 2S91 21) '' 2'.l
WaluBh, Pr 13'5 43 '', v 43n
Western Villon .SS'i VU X'k !T?
Wheel. ,v h. 13 2FS 211j 2H 2l'i
Wis. Central ........ 2'J'i '.'j',, ft! tM
CIHCAOO OHA1N AND PUOVISIO.N.
WU13AT Cinon. llluh. Low. CIosb.
May 7T'l 7! 77'.k 77
aniy 7iu 7i"; ri'S 7i'u
May 41'i 4.!'', 43" -1,4.
July 42 tf, Hit 42-
May ::.ir; :ii jit n.Ui
July 32'... 32-'S ;I2'J 32
.laiin.iiy 17.20 17.27 17 20 17.27
May , hi.oo Mio k.'m iti.ro i
JIA.S'K STATICMK.NT. ,
Itesorvc, dicreaae ,,,, , $1,311. l) i
Loiins, decieaso ,, , ,.,,,,,, 333,SH0 .
Specie, decrease ,,.,.,,,,,,.,., 3.231,300 I
Legal tender. Increase 1.2H.3nU I
Deposits, decrease .,,...,.,.,.,,.,., l,if)2.2()
Circulation, Inciease ,..,, I0,7t)
Scranton Boaid of Trade Exchange
Quotations All Quotations Based
on Par of 100.
Lackawanna Dairy Co . Pr. . .
County Saw Bank & Tiust Co
Flrbl Nat. Bank (C.irbomlalo).
Thhd Natloiwt Bank
Dime Dep. & DU. Hunk
Hconomy L., li. tc P. Co
I'lrst National lluuk
Lack. Tuist & Safe Dep. Co,,,
illmk & Suover Co. I'r
Bci'anion Savings Bank ,,
Traders' National Bank ......
Scranton Bolt & Nut Co
People's Bunk ....,,,
Scranton Packiut,' Co
Scraulou Pabscnger Hallway
Hrtl mortgugo, duo li'20
Peoplo'a strcoto Hallway, Hist
inoitgage, duo 1013
People's Strcft Itnllwnv, Gen
eral mortgage, due 1D21
Scranton Tiac. Co., it per cent.
i:conomy L.. It. & P. Co
X. JeiM-y & Pocono lco Co
Consolidated Water Supply Co
Scranton Wholesale Market.
(C'onuctcd bv II. CJ. Bale. 27 Lacka. Ave,)
Butter Cie.unery, 2.'i'..i2Gc: dairy, 2.u
Uggs Neai by, 30c: stoinge, 22c.
Mnnow Tteans Per bushi'l. $2.&3.
Onions Per bushel. i.Vi'juc.
I'ututoes li3c. per bushel.
D., L. & W. BOARD FOB TODAY.
The followlnc Is the make-up of th
D., L. & AV. board for today:
SUNDAY, DISC. 2S.
llxtnis Kiist il.30 p, in., HnKgerty; .30
p. m Ilandcll; 20.30 p. m M. Klnnorty.
Summits 10 p. ni J. J. Murmy (east)
Uxtras Wct.t 11 p. in., Latthncr.
MOXDAyT DKC. 2.
i;.Ntrns L'ast 2.30 a. in., Itandolph: 1 a.
in.. Lab.ir; 1.S0 n. ni ltogera; 9 n. m
Howe: It a. m., Potsgrovo; 1 p. in., SIc
liuu; 2.30 p. ni II. Smith; 1 p. m., 11. Gll
ligau; R p. in., Dunn.
Summits n. in., Carr.ilgg (east); S a.
in., Frounfelker (we.iat); 0.30 a. m Nich
ols (west); II a. m.. Golden (west): l.'JO
p. m., Thompson (east): 130 p. in., J, Hen
Pushers 2 30 a. m,, (.'. liar tlrolomcw
(west); 7 a. ni Wldner (w-ci-t); 7 a. in.,
Flniicrty (vest); S u, in.. Ilouser (east):
11.4"! n. m., Moran (eaht); 1 p. in., McDon
nell (west): 7.30 p. m., Miuphyt east); 0.34
p. m., W. 11. Uartholomow (eiist).
Helpers 1 n. m,. Mugoveru; 7 a. in.,
Gaffney; 10 a. in., Secor; 3.1.1 p. m., Stan
ton. Kxtuis AVcst S a. in., Wiufcl (Ilnll
htead): 1 a. in., M.isteis: 12 noon, .lolin
GuhaBun (Ilullstcad); 2 p. in., M'cDomiell
1 p. m., Castncr,
A Sullvuii lepurts for Nlchol".
K. Tltuiiin leports for Hlsblng.
Conductor A. Howo is to e.ill at tratn
mastcr's ofdeo Monday, Dec 20, at S it. m.
SHIP'S OFFICER KILLED.
Pierre Bardelles, of La Clinmpagne,
Dashed to Death By High Seas.
Il( K(.lulc Wire lrom 'JTIic Aiciaicd l'rce.
New Xmk, Dec. 2S. Lit Chnnipagno
of the French steamship Hue arrived
to-d.iy from Havre with llfty-soveu
cabin and SOO steerage pnssengeis. On
December 20, La Champagne sighted
a ship about sis rolled off, liylmr dis
tress signals, She proved to bo tho
bark Nile, of Ol.isgow, bound from
Hurhadoes for Boston. Her compass
waa out of order. La Champagne gave
the required aid to tho Nile, whleli then
On Deo, 23, during; a strong westerly
eule, which lasted about six hours,
Plorro Bardtllos, the llrst olllcer of La
Champagne, waa Killed by a high sea,
liardelles wad standing on tho bridge
when u tremendous sou. struck the ves
sel on the htarboanl side, throwing1
hlw down with great force. He was
picked up unconscious and died ;iu
hour later. Ills body was burled at
Running' Down Manila Bandits,
Uj l.'xclushe Wire nomTlio AoocUtil l'rws.
Munll.t, Dec. 2b.-Ooveiiior T.ift's cne--gutlo
uxpresslorri 'Ja to tho suppiusslon of
Ladionlsni havo iroduced unusual activ
ity in this dlrectliii. Numerous municipal
prcsldcutH lir the provinces of Cavlte and
Hiz.'il aio assisting tho native constu
bul.ny hi runiiig down the bandits.