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1 A A A A THE TIMES-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 15. 1890. 5 READING BONDS HIGHER Northenst Pennsylvania Rallroad Extension-Northern Central's Loss. Since the storm has blown over Reading stock is steadier but it shows no strength.

There is little to boom the stock unless it be a possible buying tor control when the voting trust isended. If the Wormser-Sully-Dow and Ervin faction can retain control of the 400,000 or 500.000 shares of stock that now appears to be united in their favor profound respect will be shown them one day when they may fully exercise the autbority imposed in them. The stock opened steady at advanced to in the first hour, but in the last hour it dropped to 173. closing at 17 15-16 bid, with sales of 9,829 shares. Sales of Reading bonds were $101,000, including $72,000 first incomes at $13,000 seconds at and $14,000 general 4s at The final sales were for the firsts, an advance of 49 for the seconds, an advance of 1, and for the general 4s, an advance of The rest of the bond market was firm.

In the local stock market St. Paul dropped 10 Lehigh Navigation cinsed weak at Insurance Company of North America exdividend dropped from to The close was unsettled. The Bald Eagle Valley Raflroad declared the usual dividend of 5 per cent. The directors of the Northeast Pennsylvania Railroad have called a mecting of the stockholders, to be held in sixty days, to authorize the issue of $100.000 of bonds to extend the road from Hartsville to New Hope. By the fire at Baltimore on Monday night the Northern Central Railroad sustained a loss of $15,000, as it owned the piers on which the elevator stood.

The piers were insured. That is the extent of the loss to the Northern Central, as the elevator was owned by the Baltimore Elevator Company. It is understood the Pennsylvania Railroad has been contemplating the construction of an additional grain elevator at Canton and the question of erecttng it will soon be considered by the directors. The statement of the Pennsylvania Fire Ingurance Company shows an Increase of 882 in assets and an increase of $124,748 in ourplus. The management of the company during a trying year has been gratifying to the stockholders.

Reading's coal tonnage last week, was 130,643 tons, a decrease of 1,707 tons. increase for the new year is 98,746 tons. The changes in Reading charges are accounted for by the fact that in 1883 futerest a for eighteen months was paid upon bonds issued in exchange for certain securities. There has also been a decrease in floating interest. Sterling and Perkiomen 6 per cent.

scrip has been refunded into 4 percent. bonds and bonds bearing 6 and 7 per cent. have been refunded into others bearing 4 and 5 per cent. On the other hand it is calculated that the charges have been increased by interest upon Rates of sterling exchange are reduced to a1.86%. The government accepted $1,326,000 4s at 126 and $12,500 at The Jersey Contral has applied to the New York Stock Exchange to list $3,297,000 additional general 5s.

In the general market the coalers were very weak, Delaware and Hudson declining 1, Lackawanna, and Jersey Central. This weakened the whole market, which declined fractionally, aside from Hocking Valley, which gained 1, and Manhattan, which lost 14. Colorado Coal and Iron Company has sold $1,000,000 5 per cent. bonds to a foreign syndicate and the proceeds will be used to develop the company's property. The total sales at the New York Stock Exchange were 222,999 shares.

Copies of the "Hand Book of Railroad Securities" have been received from Sailer Stevenson and De Haven Townsend. M. Thomas Sons sold at auction: 8 shs. Manufacturers' Nat. Bank.

98 5 shs. Market St. Nat. Bank. 120 29 shs.

Keystone Nat. Bank: par 850.. 573 5 shs. Northern Saving Fund; par $50. 105 20 shs Third Nat.

Bank. 125 38 shs. Commercial Nat. Bank: par $50. 15 shs.

Trust Co. of N. par $25,412.50 pd 16 6 shs. Penna. Railroad: par $50.

50 shs. Commonwealth Title; par $50, $25 pd 74 88 shs. Girard Trust Co. 380 2 shs. Bank of America.

104 50 shs. Chestnut St. Nat. Bank. 120 75 shs.

Lumbermen's Ins. par $25..... 45 175 shs. Equitable Trust; $15 paid. 24a25 15 shs.

Fire Association: par $50.. 3254 15 shs. American Fire Ins. 166 10 shs. Citizens' Surety: par $25, 47.50 pd.

10 sis. Title and Trust. 145 9 she. Ridge Avenue Pass. Railway 218 30 shs.

shs. Frankford and Southwark P. R. 270 Continental Pass 72 she. Penna.

Salt Manf. par $50..... 50 shs. Penna. Gas Coal par $50..

$1.000 Bridesburg Manf. Co. 68. due 1906.. 60 $2,000 Connecting R.

5s. Que 1900. $5,500 Balt. Potomac R. R.

6s, due 1911.. $9,000 W. B. 48, due 1921...... STOCK SALES.

Highest. Lowest. Closina. Shares. 17 15-16 9,829 Lehigh Valley 58 217 Northern 52 Do.

74 1,420 Do. 14 388 St. 1,900 534 438 Lehigh Navigation. 52 101 W. N.

Y. and Pa. 125 Catawissa 2d pref 30 Edison El. 55 Far. Mech.

Bank. 164 13 Finance Co. of Pa 1064 82 Nesq. 48 West ex-div. 175 Ins.

Co. 14 Hestonville 9 Equitable 23 23 25 Un. Gas. Imp. 5 Total, 14, 766 shares.

BOND SALES. $2,000 Allegheny Valley 7.30s......... 110 Camden City 4s. 1911. 110 500 City 6s, untaxed.

1899. 1,000 Camden and Burlington Co. 114 2,000 Lehigh Valley 1st 6s, 1,000 Pittsburg. Cin. and St.

Louis 118 6,000 Penna. and N. Y. Canal 7s. 1896..

5,000 Phila. and Erie 102 4.000 Poughkeepsie Bridge 68. 881 10,000 Reading 1st pref. inc. 58...

694 87.000 Reading 1st pref. inc. 693 25,000 Reading 1st pref. inc. 10,000 Reading 2d pref.

inc. 2,000 Reading 2d pref, Inc. 1.000 Reading 2d pref. inc. 49 9,000 5,000 Reading Reading gen.

m. 45.......... gen. m. 48.

2,000 Reading cons. 7s, 132 1,000 Schuylkill River East Side 1044 1,000 Texas Pacific 1st Total, $126,500. The range of New York stocks was as follows: Open- High- Low- Closina. est. est.

ina. Top. and S. 804 Canada Southern 54 54 583 Canadian Pacitic. C.

and St. 704 701 701 Ches. and Ohio com. 263 26 Do. 1st 64 Do.

2d 44 Bur. 107 Chic. Gas Pitts. 16 16. 16 15 Colorado Coal.

44 Cotton Oil Trust ctfs. 313 304 Lack. Del. and Hudson. 151 151 150 Denver Rio Gr.

pf. 26 Erie and 173 1732 Fast Tenn. 93 93 Ft. Worth Den. City 344 Hocking Valley.

19 19 19 194 Jersey 122 1224 Kansas and 94 Lake 105 1041 Lomsville and Nash. 863 864 Manhattan 1013 100 1001 Manitoba. 113 114 118 Michigan Central 94 94 94 931 Missouri Pacific. 73 Mobile and 13 13 13 Nat. Lead Trust.

204 Norf. and West. pref. 613 Northern Do. pref, 110 York Central.

1064 106! N. Y. and New 45 Ohio and 21 323 323 Oregon and 84 Pacific Mail. 38 884 Pullman Palace Car.191% 191 Reading, 4th R. W.

P. Terminal 21 21 Rock Island St. Louis San Fran. 16 16 16 16 St. Sugar Trust 5214 524 Tenn.

C. and I. 834 844 Texas Pacific as. pd. 21 203 204 Union 674 Western Union.

833 84 Wabash as. Do. Wisconsin 343 333 TRUST AND INSURANCE STOCKS. Reported by M. Thomas Sons.

Quota- Quota- Par. tion. Fidelity 490 Girard Trust. ..100 380 Gnar tee Trust. 100 305 Penna, 635 Provid't T.100 Phila.

493 North 'n Trust. 50 105 Real Est. Title.100 395 R. E. Trust 50 97 Solicitors' Co 70 Mort.

Tr. of Pa.100 150 Phila. M. 109 German Am. T.

35 Land Title Tr100 150 Investment (to. 50 65 Finance Co.Pa, 100 109 Com'wh Ttl. pd. 25 75 City T. Safe De.

100 107 Union Trust ...100 Par, tion. Am. Fire 165 County 125 Del. Mutual. 25 54 Fire Associa'n.

50 337 Franklin. .100 412 North America 10 25 State of Penna.200 450 Lumbermen's. 25 Mechanics' Girard Fire ....100 390 Penna, 805 Reliance 50 80 Spring Garden. 50 122 Union U. Firemen's 16 German Fire 50 70 50 100 95 GRAIN AND PRODUCE.

Corn and Oats Easy-Eggs Lower. Butter Quiet and Easy. TUESDAY, January was quiet today and about steady, Choice Western wheat will bring 92c. from millers. Corn is easy and the movement is largely confined to low grades.

No. 4 high mixed in grain depot brought and yet sales of No. 4 mixed in grain depot were made at 26c. Two cars of hot corn brought 10c. per bushel and No.

9 mixed in elevator sold at Oats are easy, No. white selling to the local trade at ungraded white at and No. 8 white at 98c. A job lot of choice buckwheat brought $1.55 per 100 pounds. Receipts were 2,855 bushels of wheat, 888 bushels corn and 25.035 bushels of oats; shipments, 3,708 bushels of wheat, 80,042 bushels of corn and 15,894 bushels of oats: stock, 884,812 bushels of wheat, 1,015,114 bushels of corn and 144,655 bushels of oats; Inspections, THE BUILDER AT WORK.

OUR GREAT REMOVAL SALE is forcing some remarkable prices to the front. While it goes on we shall continue to quote such sledge hammers as these: The 2 for 25c. grade of Collars, all styles, at 3 for 25c. UNDERWEAR FOR MEN LOT Fine All- Wool Un-1 ONE LOT White Wool Shirts derwear, reduced from $2.25 to and Drawers, reduced from $1.25 $1.48. to 82c.

ONE LOT Natural All- Wool ONE LOT Natural Wool UnUnderwear, reduced from $2.00 derwear, reduced from $1.25 to to $1.33. 83c. HALF- HOSE FOR MEN We can't enumerate these, but ask for a glance at our windows, where goods and prices are displayed. NECKWEAR FOR MEN Our sledge hammer has hit this. The unapproachable line at 19c.

is the best ever offered. A 39c. line reduced from 75c. Marshall E. Smith Bro.

S. EIGHTH ST. 2 cars of wheat, 132 cars of corn and 35 cars of oats. Options closed. at for January wheat, for February, for March and for for January corn, for February, 370 for March and a38c.

for April; for January oats, for February, for March and 294 tor April. Butter rules quiet, with 8 moderate demand, and there is some accumulation of fancy stock. The Elgin market is easy and is about top on goods of this grade. Manifests were 745 tubs. 93 firking and 257 boxes.

Solld-packed creamery, extra, Jobbing selections, 1a2c. higher: do. choice. do. good to prime, June creamery, cholce, 168 do.

prime, fair to good, 18a14c. ladle-packed, good to choice, Western dairy, extra. 19c. do. choice, do.

fair to good, Pennsylvania creamery prints, fancy in wholesale lots, at 28c. do. fair to prime, prints, jobbing, at as to quality. Sugar is in demand and the output is such that prompt deliveries are made. Refiners quote: Confectioners' powdered, 6 crown crystal cubes.

gror powdered. granulated, confe ers' Wool rules quiet and steady. Justice, Bateman Co. quote: Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia XX and above, per pound: do. X.

do. medium. do. coarse, 35a36c New York, Michigan, Indiana and Western fine or and XX, do. medium, do.

coarse, WHOLESALE MARKETS. CHICAGO, January leading futures ranged as follows: WHEAT, No. 2. Open'g. Highest.

Lowest. Closing. January. 77 77 77 77. February, 82 82 CORN.

NO. 2. January 29 29 February. 313 32 OATS, No. 2, January MESS PORK.

January $9.55 89.55 89.53% February. 9.50 9.57½ 9.50 9.57% 9.924 9.95 9.87½ 9.92½ LARD. January. 5.77¼ 5.82½ 5.77½ 5.82¼ 5.85 5.85 6.05 6.07½ 6.05 6.074 SHORT RIBS. January 4.70 4.70 4.67½ 4.67¼ 4.67¼ May 4.92½ 4.92½ 4.90 4.92½ Cash quotations were as follows: Flour was dull and unchanged.

No. 2 spring wheat. 77c. No. 3 spring wheat.

No. 2 red. No. 2 corn, No. 2 oats, No.

2 rye, No. 1 flaxseed. prime timothy seed. mess pork. per barrel, 89.50a9.55: lard, per 100 pounds, short rib sides, loose.

dry salted shoulders (boxed), $4. short clear sides (boxed), $4.95: whisky, distillers' finished goods, per galJon, $1.02. Receipts--Flour, 18.000 barrels: wheat, 34,000 bushels: corn, 256,000 bushels; oats, 195,000 bushels: rye, 12,000 bushels; barley, 73,000 bushels. Shipments- -Flour, 11,000 barrels: wheat, 10,000 bushels; corn, 424,000 bushels: onts. 177.000 bushels: rye.

5,000 bushels; barley, 37,000 bushels. On the Produce Exchange to-day the butter market was dull: creamery, dairy, 12a22c. Eggs, 12a Hay and Straw Market. FARMERS' HAY AND STRAW MARKET, 12th and Cambria streets, Philadelphia, for week ending January 14, 1890: Loads of hay, 270: loads of straw, 60. Average price during week: Prime timothv, 65a 70c.

per 100 pounds; mixed, 60a65c, per 100 pounds: straw, 90c. per 100 pounds. The market is brisk. Prices of OIl. PITILADELPHIA, January 14.

-At the Petroleum and Stock Exchange National Transit certificates opened at highest, lowest, closing, $1.043. A New Jersey Politician Weds. Special Telegram to THE TIMES. MAY'S LANDING, January Taylor, a well-known Atlanticcounty Democratic politician, was married in the Presbyterian Church here this afternoon to Miss Mary R. Richmond, of Camden, by Rev.

Mr. Horner. Some Children Growing Too Fast become listless, fretful, without energy, thin and weak. But you can fortify them and build them up, by the use of SCOTT'S EMULSION OF PURE COD LIVER OIL AND HYPOPHOSPHITES of Lime and Soda. They will take it readily, for it is almost as palatable as milk.

And it should be remembered that AS A PREVENTIVE OR CURE OF COUGHS OR COLDS, IN BOTH THE OLD AND YOUNG, IT 18 UNEQUALLED. Avoid substitutions offered. MARRIAGES AND DEATHS MARRIED. the residence of Dr. Samuel H.

Warner, 4558 Main street, Germantown. on the 9th by the Rev. Dwight E. Marvin, Henry M. Bachman, of Richmond, Philadelphia, to Anna Elizabeth Weaver, of Germantown.

-January 1890, by Rev. Gerald Coghlan, at his residence. 2145 Park avenue, Joseph Boon. of London, to Nellie C. Yheanion, of Philadelphia.

January 13. 1890, by Joseph S. Riley, Mr. Benton S. Bunn to Miss Katharine M.

Green. both of Philadelphia. UNN-NICHOLSON. -January 12, 1890, by Rev. W.

H. Burrell, at his residence. 43 Cooper street, Camden, N. Mr. William F.

Dunn to Miss Mary Nicholson, both of Philadelphia, LEEDS-WOODINGTON, -January 9, 1890, by Rev. W. H. Burrell, at his residence, 48 Cooper street. Camden.

N. Mr. David L. Leeds, of Camden, to Miss Mary Woodington, of Tullytown, Bucks county. Pa.

October 14, 1889, by Rev. W. H. Burrell, at his residence, 48 Cooper street. Camden, N.

Mr. Samuel F. Lehman to Miss Annie May Marsden, both of Philadelphia. 8, 1890, by Rev. W.

H. Burrell, at his residence, 48 Cooper treet, Camden. N. Mr. John Servis to Miss Annie Weiderman, both of Philadelphia.

TURNER-FRENCH. -January 11, 1890, by Rev. W. H. Burrell.

at his residence, 43 Cooper street, Camden, N. Mr. Arthur W. Turner to Miss Amy L. French, both of Philadelphia: DIED.

Amme, Henry, 65. Loftis, Lesble. Bailey, John J.57. Lutz, John. Barker.

R. 78. MacQueen, Charles D. Bauer, John A. McCall, James, 54.

Bearman. Arnold, 39. McCioud, Ellzabeth, 85. Bergin, Mary, 56. McCord, Samuel M.

64. Birchoff. John V.38. James, Sr, Black, Eliza J. Mackenzie, Mary Burkett, James A.

42. Catharine C. Burgess, Aaron H. 58. Mecutcheon, Alex.

Carberry, Sarab, 37. Milford, Mary. Corvell, Mary. Moore, Sarah Cowan, Mary, Morgan, Mary 81. Croll, Mary A.

Myers, William I. Crowe, James B. Neely, Mathilda, 60. Darrah, Catherine, Nevin, Martha Denver, Dunphey. Ellen, 47.

Osler, O'Neill. Wilbur S. Eichmann, Philipine, 81 Otis, Luke, 40. Eiting, Rosie R. 31.

Patterson. Margaret N. Ewing. Mary E. Pellows- Brodie, Mary.

John. Perry, Robert H. 47. Finnell, Ann, 42. Pfaefle.

John 0.78. Finney. Katie. Poole. Obadiah, 42.

Flake, Mary E. 27. Quinn. Hugh. 66.

Looks, Gilbert, 27. Rosenberg, Moses, 45, OUR $3 MEN'S HAND-SEWED" SHOES Are made of the Finest Calfskin, light or heavy, Tipped or Plain Toe, and in the very Latest Styles. Sound Feet in Sound Shoes are sure to be shapely and pleasing. Ask to see our Men's Cork-Sole Shoes we sell at $3. For years we have endeavored to attain health for your feet and saving to your pocket-books.

Ask to see our Men's Hand-Sewed Shoes in Lace, Button and Congress we offer you at $3.00 HANO WOLF 117 119 N. EIGHTH ST. Corner of Arst small street above Arch, WRITE FOR OUR CATALOGUE. SENT FREE. -On the 12th The relatives Joseph and K.

friends Gil- MALONE. daughter of -On the the late 11th Peter and Mary Catharine Malone. bert, aged years. of the family are respectfully invited to attend The frlends of the family are respectfully inthe funeral, to-day, at 12 o'clock, from his late vited to attend the funeral, on Wednesday mornresidence, 2134 Ridge avenue. Interment pri- Ing at o'clock, from her late residence, 431 vate.

Greenwich street Solemn Requiem Mass at GILLESPIE. -On January 12. 1890, Jane, wife Sacred Heart Church, To proceed to Cathedral of the late James Gillesple, aged 80 years. The Cemetery. relatives and friends of the family are respect- MECUTCHEON.

-On the 13th Alexander fully invited to attend the funeral. this morning. Mecutcheon. at 7.30 o'clock, from the residence of her son- Funeral on Thursday, at 12.30, from No. 727 in-law, Edward Lafferty, southeast corner New North Twenty-third street.

Market street and Fairmount avenue. High MILFORD. 18, 1890, after a lingering Mass at the Church of the Immaculate Concep- illness. Mary Milford. Interment private.

tion. Proceed to New Catbedral Cemetery. MOORE. -On the 13th Sarah wife of the GOLDNER. -On the 13th Mildred, daugh- late John Moore and daughter of the late John ter of Henry and Louisa Goldner.

aged 3 and Catharine Duffy. The relatives and friends months. Funeral this afternoon, at 1 o'clock, are invited to attend the funeral, on Thursday from 242 Morris street. morning at 74 o'clock, trom her brother-in-law's GOTWOLS. -On the 12th after a lingering residence, Thomas F.

Kelly, 2046 Federal street. illness. George Gotwols, In his 62d year. The High Mass at St. Charles' Church.

Interment relatives and friends of the family, also Falls of at New Cathedral Cemetery. Schuylkill Lodge, No. 467, and Falls of MORGAN. -On the 12th Mary Ann, widow Schuylkill Encampment, No. 185.

and Penn of the late Joshua Morgan, in the Sist year of Township Lodge. No.27. K.of and Keystone her age. The relatives and friends of the family Council, No.50, 0. U.A.M., are respectfully in- are respectfully invited to attend the funeral attend the funeral this afternoon at 2 services at her late residence, No.

643 North o'clock. from his late residence, No: 157 Queen Fifteenth street, on Thursday, the at lane, Falls of Schuylkill. To proceed to Lever- 10 o'clock A. M. Interment private.

ington Cemetery. MYERS. -On the 12th William H. Myers. On the 28th of December, 1889, Due notice of the funeral will be given.

David Griffiths, eldest son of Maria and the late -On the 11th Matilda, wife of John Griffiths, aged 51 years, formerly of the Fif- Matthew Neely, aged 60 years. The relatives teenth ward, Philadelphia. Interred on the 31st and friends of the family are respectfully invited of December, 1889, at Southampton, Bucks to attend the funeral. on Thursday afternoon at 1 county, Pa. o'clock, from her husband's residence, 2114 East GRINSELL.

-On the 12th Jane wife of Susquehanna avenue. To proceed to North William J. Grinsell and daughter of the late Pat- Cedar Hill Cemetery. rick and Hannah Logan. The relatives and her home, Carnarvon Place, near friends of the family are respectfully invited to Lancaster, Monday morning, January 13, attend the funeral, this morning at o'clock.

Martha Jenkins Nevin, widow of the late Rev. from her husband's residence. 4967 Thompson Dr. John W. Nevin and daughter of Robert Jenstreet.

High Mass at Our Mother of Sorrows' kins. of Windsor Forges, in the 85th Church. Interment at Cathedral Cemetery. of her age. year GRIST.

-On the 11th Elizabeth Grist, aged Funeral at 2 P. M. Wednesday, from her late 60 years. The relatives and friends of the residence, neral, family this are afternoon respectfully at invited 3.30 to o'clock, attend from the her fu- O'NEILL. -On the 10th Instant, Mary daughter of James and Sarah O'Neill.

husband's residence, 2244 Ridge avenue. The friends of the family are respectfully the 13th William son of vited to attend the funeral, on Wednesday mornElizabet A. and the late Charles Grover, aged ing. at 8 o'clock. from the residence of her 44 years.

Due notice of the tuneral will be given. parents. northeast corner of Sixth and South -On Sunday, January 12. in New York, streets. Solemn High Mass at St.

Mary's Church, Charlotte, wife of D. F. Haasz formerly of Phila- To proceed to Cathedral Cemetery. delphia. Funeral services will be held at the the 11th Wilbur son of French Church of St.

Sauveur, Twenty -second Margaret and the late Harmon Osler. The relaand De Lancey Place, Philadelphia, on Wednes- tives and friends of the family are respectfully day, the 15th at 1.45 P. M. Interment at invited to attend the funeral services. this afterWoodlands.

noon, at 2 o'clock, at his late residence, 1419 HARRIS the 18th after a lingering Ill- Fawn street. Interment strictly private. ness, Sarah Ann Harris, in the 74th year of her the 11th Luke Otis, aged 40 age. The relatives and friends of the family are years. respectfully invited to attend the funeral ser- The relatives and friends of the family are vices.

on Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock, at her respectfully invited to attend the funeral, on late residence, No. 742 Bellevue street. Inter- Thursday morning, at 8 o'clock, from the resiment private. dence of his brother-in-law, M. Rose.

319 -Suddenly, on the 12th Margaret. South Fifth Street. Solemn Requiem Mass at wife of the late Jacob Hill. in the 80th year of St. Mary's Church.

To proceed to New Catheher age. The relatives and friends of the family dral Cemetery. are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, to- -On the 12th at New Castle, day at 10 o'clock, trom the residence of John T. Delaware, Margaret Whiteside, infant daughter Sheard, 917 Vienna street. of R-v.

W. P. and the late Margaret Whiteside HOFFNER. -On January 13, 1890, Jane, widow Patterson, aged 3 months. of James L.

Hoffner. PELLOWE-BRODIC. -On the 13th Mary, The relatives and friends of the family are re- wife of W. H. Petlowe.

Due notice. spectfully Thursday invited afternoon to at 2 attend o'clock. the from funeral, ber late on the 11th Robert H. Perry. residence.

Sheaff's lane, east of Philadelphia aged tamily, 47 also years. The Washington relatives Lodge, and No. 59, friends F. and of the A. tery.

Driving To proceed to Lafayette Ceme- respectfully invited to attend the funeral. Park. this morning, at 10.30 o'clock, from his late restHUNTER. -On the 13th Anna relict of dence, No. 2529 Jefferson street.

To proceed to the late John R. Hunter. in the 87th year of her West Laurel Hill. age. The relatives invited and friends of the funeral family are PFAEFFLE.

-On the 14th John C. Pfaeffle, respectfully to attend the ser- aged 78 years. The relatives and friends of the vices, at her late residence, 1716 Columbia ave- family are respectfully inv ted to attend the funue, on Thursday morning, the 16th at 11 neral, from his late residence, 230 North Fourth o'clock. Interment private. street, this afternoon.

at 2 o'clock. To proceed -On the 13th John Hunter. to Mount Vernon Cemetery. funeral. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the POOLE.

-On the 13th Obadiah Poole, Thursday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, from 42 vears. aged the 710 residence Madison of his sister, Chester, Mrs. F. L. Interment Lukens, The relatives and friends of the family are restreet, Pa.

spectfully Invited to attend the funeral, on Chester Rural Cemetery, Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock, from his late HUTCHINSON. -On January 13, A. wife of residence, 1340 Adrian street. To proceed to C. N.

Hutchinson. The relatives and friends of Hanover Street Cemetery. the family are invited to attend the funeral, from the residence of her son. 1934 Page street, on the 12th Hugh Quinn, aged Thursday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. 66 years.

The relatives and friends of the family are reIHRIG. -On the 11th at his late residence, spectfully invited to attend the funeral, on 423 West Girard avenue, George J. Ihrls, bus- Wednesday morning, at 8. 30 o'clock, from his band of Emma and son of Mary and the late J. late residence.

2731 Oxford street. High Mass William Ibrig. in his 88th year. On account of at St. Ehzabeth's Church.

Interment at New the severe illness of his wife. the relatives kindly and Cathedral Cemetery. friends, also Branch No. I. are requested to assemble at St.

Paul's Independent Rosenberg, on the 13th Lutheran Church, Fourth and Canal streets this instant. in the 45th year of his age. Due notice afternoon, at 2 o'clock precisely, to attend the of the funeral will be given. funeral services, thence to proceed to German ROUSE. -On the 12th at his parents' restLutheran Cemetery.

dence, 1729 North Twenty-first street, Jackson -On the 12th wife of son of John D. and Martha E. Rouse. aged Patrick Johnston, In her 25th year. Kate, 22 years.

Relatives and friends of the family, The and friends of the also George G. Meade Council. No. 50, Jr. O.

U. A. relatives invited family funeral, are re- are respectfully invited to attend the funeral Wednesday at 84 from her on services, at the Heidleberg Church, Thursday, at spectfully to attend the husband's residence, morning, 1100 South o'clock, Thirty-first 2 o'clock. Interment private. street.

Thirty-frst and Gray's Ferry road. on the 11th of pneumoSolemn High Mass at St. Charles Borromeo's nia. Thomas D. Ryan, Interment at Arlington, Church.

To proceed to Cathedral Cemetery. Mass. JONES. -On January 12, 1890. John J.

Jones, in the 13th Julia Frances. the 69th year of his age. The relatives and wife of George Schnell, in her 52d year. friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend of the the are reThe relatives and friends family attend the funeral services, on Thursday morn- spectfully Thursday morning to at 8.30 from on invited Ing. at 11 o'clock.

at his late residence, 1429 husband's residence, 433 West o'clock, Lehigh avenue. her Dickinson street. Interment private. Solemn Requiem Mass at St. Peter's Church.

JORDAN. -On January service 12, 1890, Charles To proceed to New Cathedral Cemetery. Jordan, Sr. Funeral at his late residence, on the 13th Moore's. Delaware county, to-day, at 1 o'clock his residence, No.

933 North Broad at precisely. Interment private. Jacob J. S. Seltzinger.

street, KELLY. On the 13th Patrick, son of The relatives and friends are invited to attend John and Bridget Kelly, aged 85 years. a na- the services, on Thursday, the 16th at tive of Parish Ballyduff. and County friends Waterford, 8.30 A. M.

Funeral same day at 2.30 P. Ireland, The relatives of from the residence of his sister, Mrs. James S. family are respectfully invited to attend the Hill. No.

232 North Sixth street, Reading, Pa. funeral, on Thursday morning, at 8 o'clock, Carriages will meet the 10 A. M. train from from the residence of his parents, No. 2933 Reading Depot, Thirteenth and Callowhill Clearfield street.

Falls of Schuylkill. Solemn streets. Kindly omit flowers. ment Requiem at St. Mary's Cemetery, Bridget's Roxborough.

Inter- SHERIDAN. -On Monday, January 13, 1890, Mass at St. Church. Catharine beloved wife of George Sheridan. KENNY.

-On the 13th Bridget Thomas, In the 65th year of her age. The relatives and wife of Michael Kenny, aged 26 years, rear friends of the family are respectfully invited to 1220 Fulton street. Due notice of the funeral attend the funeral, from her husband's residence. will be given. 2108 Summer street, on Thursday atternoon, at the 3 12th Charles son 2 o'clock, and the funeral services to the Church of Willam F.

and the late Louisa Kercher, aged of the Redemption, Twenty-second and Callow27 years. hill streets, at 2. 30 o'clock. To proceed to Mount The relatives and friends of the family are re- Moriah. spectfully invited to attend the funeral, on Scovel Shields, wife of Rev.

Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock. from No. 155 E. P. Shields, at 11.30 A.

Monday, 18th JanFlower street. To proceed to Mount Vernon uary. Cemetery. Interment private. Funeral at 2 P.

M. Wednesday, from PresbyteKINCAID. -On the 13th Nannie Mullen, rian Church, Bristol, Pa. Kincaid, youngest in daughter her 14th of Lizzle and The the late relatives Robert and SHIVERS. -On the 11th Robert Shivers, year, aged 47 years.

friends of the family are respectfully invited to The relatives and friends of the family are reattend the funeral, on Thursday morning, at 10 spectfully invited to attend the funeral, on Thurso'clock. from the residence of her uncle, Mr. day morning at 8 o'clock, from his late resiB. Vogel, No. 2619 Darien street.

Interment dence. 926 Locust street. High Mass at St. at Mt. Moriah Cemetery.

John's Church, To proceed to Cathedral Ceme- KOCHERSPERGER. -On the 12th Charles son of Roswell and the late Emma C. Kochersperger, aged 34. years. The relatives and friends of the family, also Philadelphia Council, No.

44. Order of O. U. Welcome Castle, No. 16, K.

of America Lodge, No. 15, K. of are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, on Thursday at 2 o'clock, from his late residence. Baltimore pike. between Lansdowne and Burmont.

Friends will take train at Broad Street Station at 12.30 for Lansdowne. To proceed to Fernwood. the 12th instant. Eliza widow of John Leibreck, aged 80 years. The relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral services at her late residence, rear No.

913 North Third street, on Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment private. the 13th Inst, Jane, wife of William Leithgow, in the 70th year of her age. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral to-day at 2 o'clock, from her late residence, 4224 Powelton avenue. To proceed to Mount Moriah Cemetery.

the 11th Instant. at Lawrence, pneumonia, William H. Leonard, brother of Rev. D. J.

Leonard, 0. S. of Chestnut Hill: Rev. J. A.

Leonard. 0. S. Carthage, N. And Rev.

John B. Leonard, 0, S. of Villa Nova College. Funeral Wednesday, 15th inst. LOFLAND.

-On the 13th Mary A. only child of James P. and Amanda M. Lofland, In the 14th year of her age. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral.

on Friday morning at: 9 o'clock. from her parents' residence, 216 Federal street. High Mass at the Church of the Sacred Heart. LOFTIS. -On the 13th Lesbie Loftis, of Salem.

N. at the residence of her sister, Mrs. Emma Mayer, No. 2513 North Front street. Due notice of the funeral will be given.

the 12th John, son of Catharine and the late Godfrey Lutz. Due notice of the funeral will be given, MACQUEEN. -On the Charles MacQueen. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral services, at the residence of T. M.

Hammett, No. 1434 North Thirteenth street. Thursday morning, at 11 o'clock. Interment private. McCALL.

-On the 12th James McCall, aged 54. years. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral. this afternoon, at 1 o'elock, from his late residence, 720 Jessup street, Fitzwater. above Eleventh.

Services at St. Paul's Church. To proceed to Cathedral Cemetery. the 14th Mrs. Elizabeth McCloud, aged 85 years.

The relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral services, at the M. E. Home, corner Thirteenth street and Lehigh avenue, on Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment at Mount Peace Cemetery. -On the 11th Samuel Mark McCord, son of Dorastus and Ann McCord, aged 64 years.

The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, to-day, at 2 clock, from his late residence, Lansdowne, Delaware county. To proceed to Ternwood. -On the 18th James MoOshey, Br. The relatives and friends of the family are respectinily invited to attend funeral. on Thursday morning, at 8.30 o'clock.

from his late residence, 1924 Rittenhouse street. High Mass at St. Patrick's Church. Interment at Cathedral Cemetery. -On the 18th Mary Ann, widow of Peter Mackenzie.

Services to-day. at 8 P. at 1637 North Fifteenth street. Interment private. SHARPLESS BROTHERS EW AND HIGH-CLASS GOODS are pushed into the BLAZE OF BARGAIN PRICES this morning to meet the UNPRECEDENTED DEMANDS OF OUR CUSTOMERS and keep our GREAT SALE BOOMING THROUGH THE PRESENT MONTH.

In many instances our profits, as well as the importers', been entirely obliterated. We started to make this sale the greatest of season, and if LOW PRICES AND DESIRABLE GOODS have anything to do our SUCCESS we have already ACHIEVED OUR PURPOSE. have the with A RIBBON FLUTTER A fortunate purchase from an unfortunate mannfacturer enables ns to offer five lots of Silk Ribbons at about HALF PRICE All the popular colors and various widths, from to 9 inches, at 13,19, 29, 34 AND 49C. A YARD We cannot guess how long the assortment will last, but the pricess shall remain until every piece is sold. IN THE UPHOLSTERY DEPARTMENT To-day will be found some of the most remarkable values ever presented to our patrons.

'Tis here PRICES SPEAK Londer than words and proclaim our leadership. TURCOMAN CURTAINS WITH ROMAN STRIPED DADO, $1.00 pair. TURCOMAN TOPS WITH 36-INCH CHENILLE DADOES, VARIOUS COLORS, $2.50 a pair. IMPORTED SOLID FIGURED CHE- NILLE CURTAINS AT $3.00 a pair and ACED JUTE VELOUR PORTIERES, $27 a pair. LACE CURTAINS In lots from one to four pairs at HALF REGULAR PRICES Including Real Lace Swiss tamboured, Madras, Antique and Nottingham.

LYONS Pure Black Silk Damasse, including all the favorite and fashionable designs, reduced from $1.25 to 98c. A YARD Remember this is genuine Silk and comprises the newest weaves. 22 inches wide. OUR ANNUAL SALE OF MEN'S SHIRTS Begins to-day, and as heretofore values are far above the usual standard, while prices are BELOW LOWEST ANYWHERE. This season's sale promises to eclipse all our former achievements and leave our previous records far behind.

No more than Six Shirts will be sold to one person. 650 dozens Shirts, made of good, heavy Muslin, Linen Bosom and Wristbands, 39c. EACH Or $2.30 a half dozen. Would be cheap at double the money. 150 dozens Shirts, made of excellent Muslin, open front and back, pure 3-ply Linen Bosom and Wristbands, 59C.

EACH Or $3.54 a half dozen. To insure good fit, in ordering Shirts of us please give size collar worn. OUR NEW YORK MILLS MUSLIN SHIRT With pure Linen Bosom Wristbands, donble felled seams and gussetted. Quality is positively unequaled at 68C. EACH Or $4.08 a half dozen, PERFECTION SHIRTS Open front and back, Linen Bosom and Wristbands, and in every respect the gem of the shirtmaker's art.

79C. EACH Or $4.74 a half dozen. Absolnte satisfaction guaranteed in every instance. DAINTY FANCIES In Silk and Wool Dress Patterns, including this season's POPULAR FAVORITES trip lightly over the $7 and $9 mark to $4.86 Goods of this high character never touched so low a price before. LADIES' WALKING JACKETS Our great sale of these seasonable garments is one of the principal attractions of the store.

New Jackets have been added to the assortment and thus give more prominence to the BARGAIN FEATURE then ever before. $7.50, reduced to 85.00 $12.00. retuced $14.00. reduced to $9.75 $15.00, reduced to $10.00 $19.00. reduced to $13.50 $23.00, reduced to $17.25 We have also taken from our general stock all the ODD SIZES and rednced them to the LOWEST PRICES ever known.

$2.50, reduced to $1.50 5.00, reduced to $3.75 87.75, reduced to 64.50 Foultz. Daniel. 27. Gallagher, Patrick, 56. Gesemyer, Mary.

Getz, Clara L. 1. Gibbons. Margaret. Gilbert, Joseph K.

Goldner. Gillespie, Jane, 80. Mildred, Gotwols. George, 62. David, 51.

Grinsell. Jane A. Grist, Elizabeth, 60. Grover, William C. 44.

Haasz, Charlotte. Harris, Sarah A. Hill, Margaret, 80. Hoffner, Jane. Hunter, John.

Hunter, John R.87. Hutchinson. George J.88. Johnston, Kate, 25. Jones, John J.

69. Jordan. Charles L. Kelly. Patrick, 35.

Kenny. Bridget P. 26. Kercher, Charles F. 27.

Kincaid, Nannie M. 14. Kochsperger, C. 34. Lelbreck.

Ellza W. 80. Leithgow, Jane, 70. Leonard, William H. Lofand, Mary A.C.

14, Rouse, Jackson W. Ryan, Thomas W. Schuell, Julia F.52. Seltzinger. Jacob J.8.

Sheridan, Cath. M. 65. Shields, Sarah 8, Shivers, Robert. 47.

Shoemaker, James. Homers, Elizabeth, Spratt. Jane. Shaw. Emory C.

Steele, Robert. Steen, Samuel, 23. Stern, Ida. Stortz, John J.65. Swinden, Frank C.26.

Thompson, Wm. W.45. Traboid. Friedrich, 15. Tyson, Ann Eliza.

Waish, Rev. A. J. Watmough, Mary M. 86.

Whalen. Catharine, 25. Whilt, James. 3 Whitaker, John, 89. White, Martha, 40.

Wi kinson. Wm. 8.77. Williams, Alex C. Willman, Nils A.43.

Winslow, Sarah A. Wittman. Gertrude, 86. Woodruff. Eliza M.

Young. Anna J. AMME. -On the 13th Henry Amme, In the 65th year of his age. Due notice of the funeral will be given.

-On the 12th John J. Bailey, aged 57 years. The relatives and friends of the family, also employes of Pennsylvania Railroad, are respectfully invited to attend the funeral. this morning. at o'clock, from his late restdence.

754 North Thirty-seventh street. West Philadelphia. High Mass at St. Agatha's Church. Interment at Cathedral Cemetery.

his residance, Inwood-on-Hudson. New York city, on Sunday morning, 12th John Rodman Barker, formerly of this city. In the 78th year of his age. Notice of funeral in New York papers. BARROWS.

-On the 12th Joseph Barrows. The relatives and friends of the fami are respectfully invited to attend the funeral services, his late residence, 345 Christian street, to-day, at 10 o'clock A. M. Interment private. BAUER.

-On the 12th John the son of Catherine and 'he late John A. Bauer, in his 34th year. Interment strictly private. 9. 1890.

Arnold Bearman, Aged 39 years: also, January 12, Annie, wife of Arnold Bearman, aged 38 years, Funeral from their late residence. Third and Brown streets. Pavonia. N. to-day at 10 o'clock A.M.

Relatives and friends invited. the 12th Mary, wife of John Bergin, aged 56 years. The relatives and frlends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral. this morning at 8 o'clock, from the residence of her husband, southeast corner Thirty-fifth and Clearfield streets. Falls of Schuylkill.

Solemn Requiem Mass at St. Bridget's Church. To proceed to New Cathedral Cemetery. BISCHOFF -On January 10. 1890.

John Bischoff. aged 38 years, 2 months and days. Funeral on Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock. from his mother's residence, No. 2563 Darlen street.

BISCHOFF. -On the 10th of Januarv. 1890, John V. Bischoff, aged 38 years, 2 months and 8 days The relatives and irlends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, this afternoon, the 15th at 1 o'clock, from his mother's residence, No. 2563 Darien street.

To proceed to North Cedar Hill Cemetery. the 11th Mrs. Eliza Jane Black. widow of the late Isaac Black. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral, to-day at 1 o'clock.

from the residence of her son-in-law. 1417 Percy street, below Reed. To proceed to Mount Peace. BURGESS. -On January 13, 1890, Aaron H.

Burgess, M. In the 58th year of his age, Due notice of funeral will be given. -On the 14th James A. Burkett, aged 42 years. The relatives and friends of the family and Hatters' Union are respectfully invited to attend the funeral.

on Friday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, from the northeast corner Third and Pine streets. To proceed to St. Paul's Burying Ground, Sixth and Catharine streets. CARBERRY, -On the 12th Instant, Sarah, wife of the late Peter Carberry and daughter of Thomas and Sarah Callahan, aged 37 years. The friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, cn Wednesday morning at 8.80 o'clock, from her parents' restdence, 2638 North Front street, Requiem Mass at Church of the Visitation.

To proceed to New Cathedrai Cemetery. CORVELL -On the 13th instant, Mary Corvell. Due notice of the funeral will be given. son COWAN. of Robert -On the and 12th of January, 1890, Harry.

Catharine Cowan, also grandchild of Henry and Catharine Capper, aged 6 months and 10 days. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, this afternoon at 1 o'clock, from the parents' residence, 5522 Westminster avenue. To proceed to St. Denis'. Cobb's creek.

-On the 11th Mary daughter of the late Christian and Mary A. Croll. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral. from her late residence, 720 North Eighth street. on Wednesday, the 15th at 2 o'clock P.

M. Interment at Woodlands Cemetery, Kindly omit flowers. DARRAH. -On the 13th Catharine, widow of Robert Darrah. Relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend the funeral, from her late residence, in Hartsville, on Thursday.

January 16, at '11 A. M. Carriages will meet the 9,02 train from Ninth and Green Streets Depot at Hartsville Station. DENVER. -On the 13th Elizabeth Denver.

The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, this morning at 8 o'clock. from her late residence. 754 Passyunk avenue, Mass at St. Philip's Church. To proceed to St.

Mary's Cemetery. DUNPHEY. -On Jannary 12, 1890, Ellen, widow of John Dunphey, in the 47th year of her age. The relatives and friends. also members of Port Richmond M.

E. Church, are invited to attend the funeral services, this afternoon at 2 o'clock. at the residence of her son-in-law, Mr. William O'Keefe, 2570 Lloyd street. Interment at Bellevue Cemetery.

of -On the 12th instant. Phillpine, wife Henry Eichmann and daughter of Philip and Teresa Leonard, aged 31 years. The relatives invited and attend friends of the the family this are respectfully to funeral, morning at o'clock, from her husband's residence. 2539 Emlen street, Thirty-first ward. Requiem Mass at St.

Bonafacius' Church. Interment at New Cathedral Cemetery. EITING. the 12th instant, Rosie daughter of John and Barbara Eiting, aged 31 years. The relatives and friends of the family, also employes of Mundell's Shoe Factory, are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, this afternoon at 2 o'clock, from her parents' residence, 1816 Lambert street, To proceed to Odd -Fellows' Cemetery.

EWING. On the 12th instant, Mary wife of Henry C. Ewing. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, this afternoon at 2 o'clock, from her late residence, 3715 Hamilton street. Interment private.

-On January 13. John Fadigan. Due notice of the funeral will be given. -On the 11th instant, Ann, wife of the late John Finnell, aged 42 years. The relatives to and attend friends the of the family on are respectfully invited 84 from funeral, her late Thursday morning, at o'clock, residence, rear 107 Vine street.

High Mass at St. Augustine's Church. To proceed to Cathedral Cemetery. -On the 12th instant, Katie, daughter of Teresa and the late Thomas B. Finney and granddaughter of Michael Kennedy.

The reiatives invited and to friends attend of the funeral. family are respectfully Master o'clock, street. from her High mother's Mass residence. 1126 the this morning, at at St. Malachi's Church.

Interment at Cathedral Cemetery. FLAKE -On 11th instant, Mary E. wife of the late William A. Flake and daughter of the late John R. and Emily S.

Savoy, aged 27 years. The relatives and friends of family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, this 729 afternoon, Webb at 2 o'clock. from her late residence, street. To proceed to Monument Cemetery. FOOKS.

-Died in the falth, January 12, 1890, Gilbert Fooks. aged 27 years. Residence, 1704 Master street, Camden. -On 11th Daniel Foultz, aged 27 years. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, on Wednesday.

15th, at 2 o'clock, from his late residence. 1152 Frankford avenue. To proceed to Hanover Cemetery. GALLAGHER. -On the 10th Patrick Gallagher, aged 56 years.

The relatives and friends of the family are spectfully invited to attend the funeral. on Wednesday morning. at 8 o'clock, from his late residence. Plymouth Meeting, Montgomery county. Solemn Requiem Mass at St.

Patrick's Church, Norristown. Interment at St. Denis', West Haverford, Cobb Creek. GESEMYER. -On the 12th Mary Ann, widow of the late George J.

Gesemyer The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, on Wednesday, 15th at 1 o'clock, from the residence of her son-in-law. F. G. Aaronson, No 2012 Sergeant street. To proceed to Mount Moriah Cemetery.

the 12th Clara Louise, infant daughter of P. Charles and Clara L. Getz, and granddaughter of William and Elsa Walter. aged I year and 4 months. The relatives and friends of the family are respecttully Invited to attend the funeral, this afternoon, at 2 from her parents residence, No.

2009 North Twenty- street. To proceed to Laurel Hill Cemetery, GIBBONS. On the 12th Margaret, wife of the late Denis Gibbons. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, on Thursday morning, 8.80 o'clock. from her late residence.

1907 Catharine street. Requiem Mass at St. Charles' Church. Interment at New Cathedral Cemetery. $8.00, reduced to 85.60 reduced to $5.50 $12.00.

reduced to 87.90 $14.00, reduced to 89.00 In both instances the garments offered are new and include this season's best and most desirable styles. 600 PAIRS Of the Celebrated French C. P. CORSETS In White and Drab Contil, are reduced this morning from $2 to $1.19 A PAIR This most remarkable price is the result of an unprecedented business oppor- tunity. The Corsets are fresh from the manufacturer and are shown in all sizes.

Opportanities neglected are lost. CHESTNUT AND EIGHTH STS. WALSH. -Solemn Anniversary Mass of Requiem for the late Rev. N.

J. Walsh will be celebrated in St. Charles' Church to-day, at 9 o'clock sharp. Relatives and friends and members of the B. V.

M. Sodality invited. WHALEN. January 11, 1890, Catherine, daughter of Patrick and Eliza M. Whalen, in the 25th year of her age, Funeral from the residence of her parents, No.

332 Ridgway street. Gloucester City, N. on Wednesday morning, at 8 o'clock. WHITT. -On the 12th James Whilt, son of James P.

and Mary Whilt. aged 3 years. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral. on Thursday, January 16, at 1 o'clock, from 2233 South Darien street. To proceed to Fernwood Cemetery.

WHITAKER. -On the 12th John Whitaker. aged 69 vears. The relatives and friends of the family, also Pick wick Lodge, No. 34, Sons of St.

George, are respectfully invited to attend the funeral this atternoon, at 2 o'clock, from his late residence, 1845 South street. To proceed to Fernwood Cemetery. the 13th Martha, widow of the late George White, in the 40th year of her age. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral to-day at 12 o'clock, from her late residence. 252 North Twenty-third street.

To proceed to Mount Moriah Cemetery. WILKINSON. -On the 12th William in his 77th veer. Funeral to-day at 2 o'clock. from his late residence, 4100 Powelton avenue.

Interment private. -On the 13th Alexander C. Wilhams. Due notice of the funeral will be given. WILLMAN.

-On the 12th Nils A. Willman, aged 43 years. Funeral services at H. Kunzig's, 331 Fairmount avenue, Thursday, 14th 10 A.M. To proceed to Swedesboro, 1.30 train from Market street.

-On the 12th Sarah A. Winslow, aged 61 years. Funeral services this morning at 11 o'clock. at her husband's residence, 941 North Twelfth street. Interment private.

WITTMAN. -On the 12th Gertrude Wittman, in her 86th year. Funeral from the restdence of her son, 1209 Race street. High Mass at Holy Trinity Church. Sixth and Spruce streets.

to-day at 9 A. M. Interment private. WOODRUFF. On the 13th Eliza wife of Theodore T.

Woodruff, at the residence of her son-in-law, I. I. Gerson, 2016 North Twentyfirst street. YOUNG. -January 13, Anna Jane Young.

widow of the late Charles E. Young. Due notice will be given. Special Notices. Ice FIRE OF ASSOCIATION PHILADELPHIA, 34 N.

FIFTH January 18. 1890. At the annual election, held on the 10th the following gentlemen were elected Directors, to serve for the ensuing year: Jesse Lightfoot, James Whitaker. Elibu C. Irvin.

John D. Ruoff. Alfred Bamber, James Butterworth, Robert Porter, Lewis S. Heins, Theo. H.

Conderman, Charles W. Pickering, Samuel H. Reed, Howard A. Stevenson, William Muir. And at a meeting of the Board of Directors, beld on the 11th the following officers were elected: JESSE LIGHTFOOT.

President. ELIHU C. IRVIN. Vice President. WILLIAM S.

WINSHIP. secretary. M. G. GARRIGUES, Assistant Secretary.

WILLIAMS. WINSHIP. Secretary. DEMOCRATS WHO DESIRE TO participate in the inauguration of Governor Abbett on the 21st Instant are invited to attend a meeting of the ROBERT S. PATTERSON ASSOCIATION, 1508 Moyamensing avenue, this WEDNESDAY Evening, January 15, at 8 o'clock.

THE ANNUAL MEETING OF the stockholders of the HIGHLAND MUTUAL LAND ASSOCIATION OF LANSDOWNE will be held the first TUESDAY of FEBRUARY. at Hall. THIRTEENTH and ARCH Streets, for the election of officers for the ensuing year. EDW. E.

CULLEN, Secretary. MORRIS CHICAGO BEEF CO. sold for Nelson Morris Chicago, for week ending Jan. 11, 1890, 217 beeves, average 638 lbs. average price, $5,80 per 100 lbs.

THE FARMERS' AND MECHANICS' NATIONAL BANK. PHILADELPHIA, January 10, 1890. At an election held on the 8th day of January, 1890, the following-named stockholders were elected Directors of this Bank: Samuel W. Bell. John R.

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Emlen Meigs, Thomas McKean. Joseph H. Coates, William C. Smyth, Pemberton S. HutchinCharles W.

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Amusements. SATURDAY EVENING. JAN, 18, AT 8. OF MUSIC, PHILADELPHIA, MR. BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, ARTHUR NIKISCH, Conductor.

SOLOISTS: MR, TIMOTHEE ADAMOWSKI, MR. CHARLES MOLE. PROGRAMME: Overture, "Freischutz Weber Concerto for Violin 10 B' minor, No. 3, op. 61,.

Salnt-Saens Allegro non troppo, Andante quasi allegretto, Molto moderato maestoso allegro non troppo. (First time.) Mr. ADAMOWSKI. Overture, scherzo and Fantaisle for Flute. Demerssermann Mr.

Overture, Ta Wagner Tickets now for sale at Fischer's, 1221 Chestnut Stre-t. and at Academy, Jannary 18. Reserved seats, $1, $1.50: entrance, 750. ACADEMY OF SECOND MUSIC.GRAND CONCERT, TO-NIGHT AT 8, By the BOSTON SYMPHONY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. A.

Assisted by MLLE DE VERE The rifted ITALIAN PRIMA DONNA. BRILLIANT PROGRAMME, Including the IMMORTAL FIFTH SYMPHONY. Beethoven. Admission, $1.00. Reserved Seats, $1.00, $1.50, at 1119 Chestnut street.

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-COMEDY. MONTGOMERY Ave, Matinees To-day and Saturday. POPULAR PRICES, 25c. to $1.00. UPROARIOUS DAN DALY IN SUCCESS.

UPSIDE DOWN. NEXT First time in Philadelphia, WEEK FERNCLIFF. Seats now on sale at Blastus Sons', 1119 Chestnut street, and Grand Opera House. CONTINENTAL TENTH THEATRE. and ARCH Streets.

A CHASE FOR A DUCK. Matinees Daily. Daily Prices, 25c. 30c. Next Week -C.

O. D. CO. ASSOCIATION EVENING. HALL.

15th January 20, Chestnut. Testimonial Concert to MRS. CHAS. H. WEVIT.L.

Soprano, For which occasion the assistance of MISS NEALLY STEVENS, Pianiste, Has been secured. Dr. F. I. Keffer, violinist: Mrs.

Dr. Keffer and Mr. A. T. Gardner.

accompanists, will also assist. ADMISSION, WITH RESERVED SEAT, 50c. Tickets may be secured at Miller's Piano Warerooms, 1428 CHESTNUT, oflice of the Y.M.C.A, and at leading music stores. ST. THEATRE.

Houses Crowded Every Performance. MATINEE TO-DAY AT FAKIR." To- Night at 8. Saturday Matinee at 2. HAMLIN'S FARCE COMEDY CO. In the latest laughing success, entitled THE FAKIR.

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OF triumph of cycloramic art before it leaves our city for London. Lecture every hour, day and evening. BROAD AND CHERRY STREETS. FOREPAUGH'S FAMILY THEATRE. Afternoon and To-Night, THE ROMANY RYE.

4-Paw's Next Meredith in A PERFECT A Story of the Caps, CENTRAL THEATRE. NIGHTLY. THE Lilly Clay's Gaiety Co. Matinees: BEAUTY Handsome Ladies and SHOW. Sparkling Burlesque.

Sat. H. R. JACOBS' MATINEE EVERY LYCEUM DAY. THEATRE.

This afternoon and evening. Pete Baker in THE EMIGRANT. Next Week-TRUE IRISH HEARTS. STANDARD THEATRE. MATINEE TO-MORROW.

The Great Sensational Drama, TEN NIGHTS IN A BAR-ROOM. Next Week-' BLACK MAIL." NATIONAL AND THEATRE. HASSON In THE RED SPIDER. BODY'S Thursday Matinee and rest of Week. "NOCLAIM MATINEE Next Week-THE WHITE SLAVE.

THE GREAT EUROPEAN MUSEUM, 708 CHESTNUT Street, Admission, 25c. (Gentlemen only). The human frame revealed in all conditions of health and disease from the cradle to the grave. 20,000 Extraordinary Wonders. Open from 9 A.

af, to 10 P.M GERMAN-AMERICAN 000 coo 0 CHARITY LLLL LLLL FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE GERMAN HOSPITAL AND THE GERMAN SOCIETY FOR THE RELIEF OF THE DISTRESSED, UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE MENNERCHOR. ACADEMY OF MUSIC, MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 27, 1890. SUBSCRIPTION TICKETS, FIVE DOLLARS, Admitting Gentleman and Ladies, may be bad from any member of the committee, BOARD OF MANAGERS. OFFICERS: JOHN D. LANKENAU, President, JOHN U.

FILE, First Vice President, DR. G. KELLNER. Second Vice President. M.

RICHARDS MUCKLE, Chairman Finance Committee. WM. HENRY LEX, Treasurer. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. EDMUND WOLSIEFFER.

Chairman, 1115 Chestnut Street. E. W. SIEGMANN. Corresponding Secretary, 551 North Fifth Street.

J. P. OETERS Recording Secretary, 1401 Fifteenth Street. E. R.

TEUBNER, Assistant Treasurer. tery. SHOEMAKER, -On the 12th at Tuckahoe, N. James Sboemaker, Sr. Due notice of the funeral will be given.

the 13th Elizabeth Somers. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, on Wednesday morning, at 8.30 o'clock, from the residence of her brother-in-law. Antonio Lasa, 1014 Wister street, above Spring Garden. High Mass at the Assumption. Interment at New Cathedral Cemetery.

SPRATT. On the 13th of January, 1890, Jane Spratt. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral services, this afternoon, at 2 o'clock, at the residence of her son-in-law, Frank Coulston. No. 4233 Haverford avenue.

Interment private. Monday morning, January 13, Emory C. Starr, son of the late Samuel and Maria Starr. of Chester, Pa. The relatives and friends of the family, also members of Quaker City Lodge, No.

116, A. 0. U. are invited to attend the funeral services, at the residence of his father-in-law. William J.

Holt. No. 2132 North Nineteenth street, on Thursday afternoon. at 3 o'clock. Interment private.

the 13th Robert Steele, at his late residence, 611 Silliman street, West Philadelphia. Due notice of the funeral will be given. the 13th Samuel, only son of John and the late Sarah A. Steen, aged 23 years and 2 months. The relatives and friends of the family, also the members of Mount Sinai Lodge, No.

69. A. P. are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, on Thursday, 16th at 2 o'clock, from the residence of his father, northwest corner Nineteenth and Ellsworth streets. To proceed to Mount Moriah.

STERN. -On the 13th Ida, youngest daughter of Rosa and the late Joseph Stern, of Frankford. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral services. on Thursday, the 16th at 2 o'clock. Interment private.

the 12th John G. Stortz, aged 65 years. The relatives and friends of the Ily, also Penn Beneficial Society, Fair Hill Sterbekasse. No. 1.

are respectfully invited to attend the funeral. this afternoon, at 1 o'clock, from late residence, 2424 Germantown avenue. Interment at German Lutheran Cemetery. SWINDEN. -On the 12th Frank C.

Swinden, aged 26 years. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, to-day, at 1 o'clock, from the residence of his mother-in-law. 1144 South Twelfth street. To proceed to Fernwood Cemetery. pneumonia.

on the 13th William W. Thompson, Aged 45 years. Due notice of the funeral will be given. TRABOLD. -On the 12th Friedrich Wilhelm Trabold, in his 15th year.

Funeral private, today, at 9 o'clock, from his parents' residence, 1107 Ellsworth street. To proceed to Most Holy Redeemer Cemetery. TYSON. -On the 11th Inst. Ann Ellza.

wile of the late Charles Tyson, Also, on 13th her sister. Hannah Maria, wife of the late Augustus Hauber. The relatives and friends of the family, also the members of Front Street M. E. Church, are respecctully invited to attend the funerals on Thursday, 16th at 1 o'clock, from their fate residence, 700 North Front street.

Services in Front Street M. E. Church, at 2 o'clock precisely, To proceed to Hanover Cemetery, Monday morning. Jannary 13, 1800, Mary Matilda Pleasonton, widuw of Colonel John G. Watmough, in the 86th year of her age.

The relatives are Invited to the services, at the residence of her son. John G. Watmough, 2114 Walnut street, on Wednesday afternoon, at 4 o'clock precisely. Interment at Washington, D.C. For information in regard to Proscenium or Balcony Boxes apply to E.

WOLSIEFFER, 1115 CHESTNUT Street. HARRIGAN LAVENDER. STREET OPERA HOUSE. Evening this Week Only. WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY MATINEES MATINEE TO-DAY AT 2.

MR. EDWARD HARRIGAN And His New York Company, In Mr. Harrigan's Original Drama, OLD LAVENDER. Mr. Edward Harrigan as George Coggswell, Afterwards known as Old Lavender.

Next Week DAVENPORT. LA TOSCA. Sale of Seats begins To-day for La Tosca. CHESTNUT ST. OPERA HOUSE-EXTRA To-morrow, Thursday afternoon, January 16, SARASATE -D'ALBERT FAREWELL.

LAST GRAND CONCERT. Concert to begin at 3 o'clock. FAREWELL TO PHILADELPHIA OF THE GREATEST LIVING MUSICIANS. PABLO DE SARASATE, The Distinguished Violin Virtuoso. EUGEN D'ALBERT.

The Eminent Pianist and Composer. ASSISTED BY MME. BERTHE MARX, the Famous Pianiste. OTTO GOLDSMIDT. Accompanist.

SARASATE will play Sonate, Saint-Sans; Pibroch, Mackenzie: Spanish Dances, Sarasate. D'ALBERT will play Variations (Eroica), Beethoven: Suite, D'Albert, and Solos. General Admission. $1.00. Family Circle, 50c.

Reserved Seats. according to location, 81, $1.50. Chestnut Seats street, on and sale at at box office Blasius of Opera Sons, House. 1119 CHESTNUT STREET TOSCA'S OPERA FAREWELL. HOUSE.

Positively Only Six Nights and SATURDAY MATINEE. DAVENPORT, In Sardou's Great Play, LA TOSCA. Seats now on sale at Regular Dramatic Prices. CHESTNUT WEEK STREET -LAST THEATRE. Last Wednesday and Saturday Matinees FAREWELL TO FAREWELL OF FRANCIS WILSON AND HIS COMPANY In that Merry.

Magnetic Opera, THE 00LAH. CROWDED ALL THE TIME. Next Week TANNER. FASCINATION. Sale of Seats begins BROAD Seats STREET Begins THIS THEATRE.

MORNING EXTRA. for GEORGE EDWARDES' ORIGINAL LONDON GAIETY CO. Under the direction of HENRY E. ABBEY and MAURICE GRAU. COMMENCING MONDAY, JANUARY 20, In the most amusing and charming operatic burlesque ever produced.

FAUST UP TO DATE. First Appearance in Philadelphia of MISS FLORENCE ST. JOHN. Notwithstanding the greatness of this attraction the regular POPULAR PRICES WILL STREET Nights THEATRE. and FAREWELL MATINEE TO-DAY AND BAT.

LAST WEEK OF RUSSELL'S COMEDIANS. Positive Success in THERE the CITY Comedians. DIRECTORY. Farewell Next Week -ORIGINAL LONDON GAIETY BURLESQUE COMPANY. FAUST UP TO DATE.

Seats now on sale. WALNUT. LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROY. Sale opens to-morrow at Box Office. KENSINGTON THEATRE.

Manager LEGAL WRECK. NEXT WEEK F. BAKER. Co- -Partnerships. THE PARTNERSHIP EXISTING ON.

MILLS DER the Arm name of the ARAMINGO COMPANY has been dissolved by the death of Mr. SAMUEL RODMAN JR. Either of the surviving partners will sign in liquidation. WILLIAM H. RAYNE.

FREDERICK B. CRAWFORD. The undersigned will continue the manufacturing business as heretofore under firm name of the ARAMINGO MILLS COMPANY. WILLIAM H. BAYNE.

FREDERICK B. CRAWFORD..

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