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TIIE SORANTOTST TltlBUNE-TUBSD A.Y SIORNINGK OCTOBER 19, 1897.
THREE COURT ROOMS
NOW IN OPERATION
Judge McCIurc, of Union County, Lends
n Helping Hand.
DAY'S LIST QUICKLY DISPOSED OF
A Witness Who Mail No HcRnrtl for
Court miiiiititlcArclibuIil Olrl Ilns
Two .Men Arrested for tho Sumo
Uriniol'rnvldoiico Women Con
victcd of Hclng it Common Scold.
Dofciiilmils Escnno TlirouRli Non
Apiienrnncc o( Accusers.
Tho uccond week's hcssIoii ot tho
October term of criminal court opened
yentcrdny with three Judges Pitting,
tho usslatanco ot lion. Harold S. Mo
Clure, of Union county, lmvitiK been
MH'urcd In oxpectutlon of the Van Horn
murder case taking up all tho time ot
the court In room No. 1. Tho postpone
ment of tho. murder trial left tho
lint for the dav Insiifllclent to Keep
tho three rooms busy and as a conse
quence an early adjournment was had,
Judge Ounster, the last to bo relieved,
re tiring at ."1.30 o'clock.
Milton W. Lowry represented the
commonwealth In the superior court
room, where Judge McCIurc presided.
Attorney M. .1. MeAntlrew looked after
the extra stenographic work.
l)ne of the cases that came up In No.
3 developed wmic Interesting fea
tures. Panlel Forbes, the owner of a
South Side quarry, was prosecuting
Leon OU'hefskl for tho theft of some
several loads of llagstones. Olchefskl
alleged that ho had a contract with
Forbes to take all the stone ho want
ed at so much per foot and was simply
nrtlng under that contiact when tho
alleged larceny occurred.
IN A HAD MOOD.
Tills defense was very aggravating
I i Forbes who It mluht incidentally
In- remarked was In a mood admitting
of easy aggravation and he proceeded
to give von to his feelings In an un
constrained innnucr In almost every
answer he made to tho cioss-cxamln-ing
"That fool I'olander can't work
no such bluff here" was one of his re
plies when Attorney Olver asked him
concerning tho alleged contract. And
then he rejoined "What tho h differ
ence does that make anyhow."
When the laughter following these
breaks had been suppressed, the court
looked daggers at the witness but evi
dently realizing that he was to be plt
b'd rather than punished allowed his
offense to go 'unnoticed.
In Judge Module's court Kdward
(icorge, of Dunmoro. was charged by
Jacob ZIntel, of Archbald, with being
ills ought-to-be son-in-law. George
for a defense showed by the dockets of
'Squire Munley, of Archbuld, that John
Young, of that place, was held for tho
same crime some tlm. U fore he was
accused. The gran 1 Jury Ignored the
bill against Young. Th' .Intel girl ad
mitted on the stand that she had had
both men arrested for the same of
fjrse. Tho Jurv was out nt adjourn
Not guilty, costs divided, was tho
finding of tho Jury in the case of Thos.
Connors charged bef ivo Judge Kd
vards by llotelkeeper Sr'tcphen Flana
gh'un. of Luzerne ntreot, with assault
and battery. Attorney 1.1. F. Conroy
npicared for the dele-is.- and City So-
llcltor M. A. McOlnley assisted Mr.
Thomas on the commonwealth's side.
John Todra, accused of aggravated
assault and battery upon Joseph
Hrown, of Lloyd street, vo returned
guilty of simple assault and battery.
le was defended by Attorney It. A.
Zimmerman. Attorney (jtoige Itenlo
assisted District Attorney Jones In the
A COMMON SCuLD.
Knto Fhinaghan, of Providence, was
cttn'loted cf bein,; a cemmon scold.
The charge was prcfened by her broth-er-in-law,
P. J. Ward who, among
ether tl ing, alleged that . o was com
polled to r:iove from Piovlrtfiee on ac
count of tho conduct of the defendant.
Any doubt which tho jury might have
had as to the defendant's guilt was
removed when she cot on tho stand.
Attorney John J. Murphy was assigned
to defend her.
Tho caso ot larceny and receiving,
preferred against 15. Uerkavltz, by Jo-M-ph
Frankovlteh, was non-prossed,
the prosecutor for tho third time fall
ing to nppear.
Joseph Smith failed to npnear to
pro.secuto the charco of assault and
Lattery he had made against James
'. Pweet and he was directed to pay
tie cofts. A similar case in which
John Salmon was defendunt, and
Langtry Sliuker prosecutor, and an
other in which John Barrett was de
fendant and II. M. Scidman prosecutor,
hrd n similar disposition.
Ti'o ceo of assault and battery In
hiih C'.theilnp Vincenus, of Throop,
was defendant and Mary Sardineller,
Tor Bilious nnd Jf ervouo dteordcrs.such as Wind
nud Pain In tuoBtomach, Olek Headache, Clddl.
ncss,Fullno33 nnd Swelling after moals, Dlzzt
ness ond Drowsiness, Cold Chills, Flushings ot
Heat, Loss ot Appctlto, Shortness ot Breath, Cos
llvenocs. Blotches on tho BUln, Disturbed Sloep,
rrlshtfulDroaiao.audnUNorTous and Tremb
ling Sensations, tc, whoa theso symptoms are
causod by constipation, as most ot them aro.
THE FIRST DOSE WILL GIVE ilEUEP IN TWENTY
MINUTES. Ibis Is no Action. Erery sufferer is
earnestly Invited to try one Bos ot these nils
cud tlicy v.ill bo acknowledged to bo
A WONDERFUL MEDICINE.
EEECII.V.U'S I'lLLS, taken as directed,
will quickly rostoro Females tocompleto bealtti.
'Ihcy promptly romovo obstructions or Irregu
larities o( tbo systom. For a
they act llko magic a tow doses will work won.
dors upon tho Vital Organs) strengthening tho
muscular system, restoring tho long-lost com.
Flexion, bringing hack tho koen edgo ot appe
tite, and arousing with tho Uotebud of
Stealth tho tvholo physical energy ot
the human frame, Tneso are tacts admitted by
thousands, In all classes ot society, and one ot
tbo best guarantees to tbs Nervous and Debllt.
tated la that Uocchamfs I'llln linvo tho
Lurcst Solo of any l'utcut Modlcluo
lu tho World.
WITHOUT A RIVAL.
Annual Sales more lhan 6,000,000 Boxes
250. at Drug Stores, or will bo sent by U.a
Agents. B. 1". ALLEN CO., SM Canal St., Keir
York,. post paid, upon receipt of price, Boot
Ires upon application.
it3aYi.w s?r r n.
prosecutrix, wits fettled, tho defendant
paying Hit tests.
A- nol-oros vai entered In tho caso
ot Henri' Martin, John Richards and
Joseph Sulllvnn, charged with assault
and battery by Chief of Police Hob
ling. The defendants paid tho costs.
Cnplnsen were Issued for a number
of non-appearing defendants, among
them James G. Price, charged by H. 11.
Klbrocht, with ltirceny and receiving;
Jennie Smith, clmrjrfd by William
Howley with Leering n disorderly
house; Peter Cnrtlik, c'.arged with
assault and battery upon William So
vosky, JSvn SMinrenburg and Lizzie
Murtln, charged with robbery by Ceo.
Henderson: and Michael McNulty,
charged with burglary by Stephen
.Tudgo Archbald ot tho opening of
court called up Lewis J. Scott and
Lilly May Scott, of Carbondale, con
victed ot keeping a disorderly house
and sentenced them each to pay a
lino of $30 nnd undergo Imprisonment
In the county Jnll for onu year. Nelllo
Llttlck, of Dunmore, for malicious
mischief, wns given twenty days In the
Until Thursday. October HI,' nt O n.
in. Tho Chicago Combination
Clothing Co. Hnvn Leased tho Im
mense Store, 'ill Washington Ave
nue, Sciunton, Pn.. Next to the
Store formerly Occupied by Con
nolly V Wallnce's Dry (Joods Store,
Directly Opp. tho Court House, nnd
Vi Open Their 'iOth llrnnch Storo
to tho Public with n t.rnnd Ten
Days' Opening Sole.
Wo want your trade. Our place must
become the trading place of the pcopla
Our storo Is your store. Come and bo
convinced. Every man, women or
child; the mechanic aa well as the
laboilng man or farmer, tho rich as
veil as the poor, all will find it to th!?lr
advantage to visit our store on the
opening days. We have come to stay,
but in order to become uulckly ac
quainted with the people of. Scranton
and surroundlnc towns wo have In
augurated the n w firm's fnll and wint
er stock with the 10 Day Opening Sale
and give the people the benellt. A
sale never before heard of In this part
of the country.
To l plain, It will be no sale, it will
be the greatest slaughter of new Mer
chandise in tho city. Did you ever
heat' of buying a fine tailor made suit
worth $13 for .$.".. CS? No you did not,
but you can get one nt this sale. A
line $J pair of pants for 7IK-. Just think
of it, you can buy a good man's suit
for S'.GS. Hut remember only during
this. opening you can get tlieso liar
gains. Come to this great Special Sale,
it will pay you if you have to travel
100 miles. An opportunity like this
never comes again.
On account of this immense sale tho
store has been close! for 'lve days, px-pi-pssly
for the purpose to arrange for
this sale. Remember no postponement.
This great opening sale will continue
and last but TEN DAYS. Everything
will be sold at retail, at CO per cent.
1-ss tlrm actual wholesale cost o
manufacture. To show what gigantic
bargains will be offered, a few prices
are mentioned, and there are thousands
of different bargains, which, for want
cf space, we cannot mention tere.
Wo advise you to bring this bill with
you so that there bo no mistake and
you get exactly the goods we adver
tise. In order to properly arrange for
this Gr-at Sale the storo will be closed
until Thursday, October 21, at 9 a. m
when the Great Ten Day Opening Sale
w.'.ll commence anil last Tin Days.
Union Casslmero, Single and Double
Rreasted Sack, regular price $9.00, now
$2.99. Good Substantial, AVear-Glving
Business Suits, worth $13.00 for S3.C3.
Elegant Cheviot Suits, Black and Mix
ed Colors, Sacks, Round and Squuro
Cut. retail price $10.50, now $:,.?.:. Re
gulation, Heavy lilue, G. A. R. Suits,
usual IIS.OO quality now $3.73. Cork
screw, Diagonal, and Fancy Mixed
Worsted, Sacks and Cutaways, regu
lar price S1S.00 and $20.00, for S7...0
HHip ami Black Pilot Heaver and Fiive
Whip-ford Suits, worth $23.00, now)
SS..10. Fine Clay Worsted and Thlbets,
usual price S.'S.oo, now $9.C0. Evening
Suits of the very Finest Materlnls und
Cutom Made, worth from $18.00 to
$37.00. now S9.C3 to $13.73. Men's good
Working pants, worth $2.00 for CS cents
Worsted Pants, worth $2.50 and $3.00,
for $1.23. Cheviot and Casslmere Pants
worth $3.50, for $1.. Men's Fine
Dress Pants, worth from $4.00 to $8.00,
now M.G.1 to $3.10. Youths' Casslmere
nnd Worsted Suits, worth $5.00, for
$1.90. Youths' Extra Fine Dress Suits,
In Cheviots, Fine Worsteds nnd Fancy
Cassimerea, worth $7.00 to $13.00, now
$2.M to $0.9S. 5000 Pairs Boys' Knee
pants at 14c sizes 3 to 14 jr-ars.
Men's ,Sorvlcablo Spring and Fall
Overcoats, worth $11.00, for $3.40. Fine
Silk and Satin Lined Fall and Winter
Overcoat:, worth $18.00 to $33.00, for
$1.20 and .$12.3 Storm Overcoatsi for
from $3.00 to $6.00. They are worth
S9.00 at least. Men's Medium Weight
Overcoats, In M.'ltons and Kerseys, nil
shades, worth from $12.00 to $20.00,
now $5.20 to $9.70. Prince Albert Suits
In Clay, Worsted and Corkscrew, worth
$23.00, now $9.73. All the new and noli-
by Patterns. Single and Doublo-Breast-ed.
Good School Suits worth $2.00, now
I k7cts. Nobby Dress Sul's worth $3.00,
now $1.18. Fine Dress Suits in Fancy
I C.isslnvres and Worsteds, worth from
4.M to $9.50, now $1.S5 to $3.23.,Odd
Coats, Odd Pants and Odd Vests will
be almost given away. Children's Blue
Pilot and Chlnchllll Reefers, worth
from $4.00 to $0.00, now from $1.75 to
$2.75 Children's Capo Overcoats worth
from $2.00 to $6.00, now during this sale
from C9o to $2.50, Hats worth $3.50,
now 75c. Boys' Hats worth $1.50, now
15c. Blcycla Hose worth $1.00, now 15c,
Colla-s, Cuffs, Driving Gloves, Neck
ties. Hondkerch!ef3, nil kinds of shirts
and Underwear. Silk Suspenders,
woith 50c nnd 75c, now Vc. Overh'alls,
worth 75c, now 37c.
If you value money you can't afford
to miss this chance. As this sale Is
Honti-ilds. we wish to Inform the Pub
lic to be very capful to see that you
get tho right place. We have coino to
stay. But this stock must bo sold out
In 10 days.
THE CHICAGO COMBINATION
CLOTHING COMPANY., 211 Washing
ton Avenue. Next to tho Store former
ly occupied by Connelly and Wallace,
Scranton, Pa. Dry Goods Ston;, direct
ly opposite tho Court House.
RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR
Rulo No. 1, No ono will he allowed
in tho storo before 9 a. in. and after
0 p. m. Store open Saturdays until
11 p. in.
Rulo No, 2. No special discounts will
be given to merchants or storekeepers.
Rulo No, 3, All clerks are requested
to exchange goods. Please report any
Inattention of clerks to our cashier.
Caro fare pUJ to all out-of-town
buyers when properly vouched for.
RIKER FAMILY REUNION.
Plcnsant (lathering nt the Itcsldcnco
nf Mr. nnd Mr. .Norman I). Hiker.
Tho first reunion of tho Rlkcr family
was held at tho rcsldcnco of Mr. and
Mrs. Norman D. Rlkcr. West Nichol
son, Pa Saturdny, Oct. 10, at which
tlmo tliero were about ono hundred do
cendants of Mr. Hiram and Mrs. La
vhia Rlkcr, present. After somcthno
spent In renewing old acquaintances,
dinner was announced nnd all wero seat
ed In a lnrgo tent, erected upon tho
spacious lawn for that purpose, Dinner
being over a business meeting was held
nt which tho following olllcers wcro elect
ed: President, Mr. N. D. Hiker; vlco pres
ident, Mr. C, H. Rlkcr; secretary, Mrs,
Mnud Stark; treasurer, Mrs. Catherine
Brown. Letters ot regret wcro read from
several members of tho family who re
side In tho West who wero unable to
he present. Short speeches wero then
mado by several, after which tho guests
departed for their several homes, agreed
that ono nnd all had spent a very pleas
ant day, and one long to bo remembered.
At tho homo of Mrs. Catherine Brown
tho next reunion will bo held. Among
those present were:
N. IX Hiker and wife, C. H. Hiker and
wife, J. B. Hiker and wife, Foster Hiker
and wife, Normnn Brown nnd wife,
timrllo Brown mid wife. Edward Brown
and wife, D. Palmaturo and wife, Jon
Reynolds nnd wife, Frank Parko nnd
wife, John Wagner and wife, Rev. nn
Cnmppli nnd wife, Mrs. Catherine Brown,
Arthur Brown, Mrs. Peter Hiker, Miss
Pearl Hiker, Mr. George Hiker, Hay
Hiker, Nellie Alkcr, Earl Hiker, Mrs.
Mnud Stark, Hazel Stark, Dudley Stark,
Millie Stark, Ella Wagner and sisters,
Mrs. Lizzie Fuller Miss Mny Bcllo Fuller,
of West Nicholson; Mr. Cramer, of Car
bondale; Samuel Rlkcr and wife, Mr. and
Mrs. Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Mead, of
Montrose; Mllo Oakley nnd wife, of Le
raysvllle; Miss Vina Justin and Jay Jus
tin, of Clark's Summit; George Brown
and wife, of Plttston; Mr. H. E. Rlker
nnd wife; H. D. Morso and wife, Frank
T. Sturges nnd wife, Miss Mlnnlo Norrls,
Sterling Rlker, Chester Hiker, Allen Rlk
er, Robert Hiker, Edward Morse. Smith
Morso, Fred Sturges, Normun Sturges,
The funeral services over the remains
of the lata Patrick Monroe, of Old Forge,
took place yesterday afternoon from his
hi to home. Ho had been 111 only two
weeks with typhoid fever. Ho was IS
years old, and Is survived by a wlfo nnd
two children. Services wcro held In tho
St. Lawrence church. Hendhom, by Rev.
J. F. Jordan, nnd were largely uttended.
Burial was nr.ide In the Mlnooka Catholic
Tho Prlco Library association will meet
next Friday evening. Every member Is
urgently requested to bo present.
Independent Social club will hold their
regular weekly social this evening in
Miss Lzlzie Blnckwell, of Milwaukee,
has been the guest of Miss Mary Scherer
for tho past few dnys.
Tomorrow evening Miss Barbara .Phil
lips and Mr. Joseph Coombs will bo
united In marriage.
Lackawanna Council, No. 61, D. of P.,
will hold Its regular semi-monthly meet
ing on Thursday evening nt their rooms
in Taylor hall. A full attendance Is re.
quested as there Is special business to
Pride of Lackawanna Lodge, No. IS,
will meet this evening In Reeso's hall.
This evening the music reading class
of Professor D. E. Jones will meet In the
rooms of the Methodist Episcopal church.
A large list of names has been secured.
Tho Turn Vereln club bus postponed
their drawing which wns to liuvo taken
plnco this month until Nov. 20.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Winters spent
the Sabbath with relatives In Winton.
Tho record of hoisting cars for one day
was established in tho Pyne colliery
on Saturday; 952 cars wcro hoisted.
William Sohcnk and Miss Anna Inslln
wero quietly married, nt the Blakely
Baptist church last evening by Rev. -,
H. Ellis, the pastor. The young couple
aro well known here nnd have a host
of friends who wish them unmarred
happiness. They will reside with Mrs.
Elvira Jones, on Susquehunna street.
Rev. B. F. Hammond left yesterday for
a short trip to New York state.
Mrs. Samuel Lloyd, of Gibson, Is visit
ing her mother In BInkely.
Deborah Powell, of Scrant'-i, spent
Sunday with her parents her,'.
Miss Llzzio Dougherty, who lias been
spending a few days at her home here,
leturned to Bloomsburg Stato Normal
Mrs. Kdward Jones, of Scranton, was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Lloyd,
of Blakely, on Sunday.
Miss Agnes Williamson has returned
from n, visit at Plttston.
Miss Maggie Jones will leave tomorrow
to visit relatives at llonesdule.
Frank Wescott. of Dunmore, was n
visitor In town Sunday.
Miss May Watkins, ot Forest City, Is
the guest of her brother, Ccorgo Wat
kins, ot this place.
Mrs. J. F. Lolan, or Dlmmlck, Susque
hanna county, Is visiting her father,
John Walker, of Dunmoro street.
Mrs. Frank Lawrence was In Bingham
William E. Hlnes was In Scranton Sat
urday. Slmm Lee was Injured at Apulia, N. Y
Sunday. He wo taken to tho hospital at
Syracuse, N. Y.
Henry Trowbridge, is 111.
James Oariagg attended tic funeral of a
relative at lllnghamton Sunday,
Tho Men's land of tho Baptist church
cleared over $W from their chicken plo
supper Saturday night.
Mls.3 Fannie Slmmrell, of Tuscorora, N.
Y spent Bunday with her friends In this
Saturday was pay-day on the Delaware,
Lackawanna aim Western at this point.
Mr. and Mrs. James Snover, have re
turned homo nfter a three weeks' visit at
Chicago and Kvunston, 111., und Milwau
Our public schools aro closed this week
owing to tho county instltuto In session
Rev. S. C Swallow, of Harrlsburg, Pro
hlbltlon caiidk'uto for st-ite treasurer,
ami Qulncy L. Morrow, of Philadelphia,
addressed a meeting held In the R. C. Du
Bols Hook and Ladder company's hall
Mrs. P. It. Carpenter lias returned homo
after a visit with friends In Nicholson.
Tho debating and literary committee of
tho Railroad Young Men's Christian as
sociation had their regular weekly moot
ing last Thursday evening. The subject
was: "Resolved, That intemperance has
been a greater curse to the world than
war." Tho atllrmativo sido consisted of
Charles Honey, v. 1. Browne, John M.
Simmons and Fred W. Church, nnd tho
negatlvo was represented by 8. Bruco
Chase, Fred D. Lamb, Frank W. Swl
gert and Melvln Oatheny. Tho Judges. T.
H. Hays. Hufus Smith and Michael Hays,
decided in favor of tho negative side. Tho
Fubject for tho next debate is: 'Resolved,
That thero is more plensuro in anticipa
tion than In participation." Tho prlncl
pals aro: Afllrmatlve, John M. Simmons;
negative, Fred D. Lamb.
A POLITICAL POINTER
If you Indorso the frco trade and free
sllvor Chlcugo platform aa the Lacka
wanna Democracy does, "fully and
without reserve," then work and vote
for Schadt, Horn, et. ul. if you be
lieve In McKlnley, protection and pros
perity, turn these ugents of Bryan
LADIES DO YOU KNOft
DTI. FELIX LE BRUM'S
Steel g Pennyroyal Treatment
is the oriKlnnl nnd only FllKNCH
fiafo Hud reliublo cure on lha mar.
ket. l'rire. $1.00; sent by icnil
(Jenuiue sold only by
Wm. 0. Clark, 316 lnn Av Scrnnton, Pa
The Now York newspapers recently
published tho details of the sulcldo of a
socloty woman who beenmo crazed by
hendacho And drowned herself In tho
harbor. What a sad end to a life that
ought to havo been completely happy I
Doubly sad because ndvanced science
could havo Fnved hert Mitnyon has n
spectrin for nil kinds of lieEdacho, which
cures In three minutes nnd leaves no de
pressing effects. Ono or two doses wilt
stop Sick Headache, Neuralgia, Hond
nehes from indigestion, Nervousness,
Overwork, Colds. Intemperance, or Rail
road or Ocean Travel.
In striking contrast to tho above sad
caso Is that of Mrs. E. Hardin, 3.ar0 Ger
mantown Avenue. Philadelphia. Pa., wlfo
of tho Clerk of tho Board of Education,
who says: " For thirty years I suffered
with sick hendaihe, whtch appeared In
attacks of severe pain, so Intense that I
was obliged to remain In bed for days
nt a time. These attacks appeared al
most every week, nnd at no tlmo did T
ever receive relief, although I consulted
the most skilled physicians in the city.
Tho headaches seemed to wear them
selves out and then commence anew. At
last I was Induced to try Munyon's
Headache Cure. The relief was magical
nnd nlmost Instantaneous. I followed un
tho treatment and was completely cured
for three years have passed and I have
had no return of tho headaches. I have
recommended Munyon's Remedies to a
number of my friends, and I have re
ceived their most sincere thanks for
many worderful cures that have been ac
complished bv thefe little pellets."
Professor Munvon has a sepnrato spe
cific for each disease, the only logical
system of medicine.
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"WANTKIJ-MEN TO CANVASS FOR
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T ANTED - WELL-KNOWN MAN IN
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housowork, small family. Apply oil!
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woman lor general housework, good
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MISS .VI. A. STEUHINS, Lawrence, Mich.
Yl'AXTKU-liliy AGENTS IN SCRAN-
ton to sell und Introduce Snyder's cnlce
Icing; experienced canvasser preferred; work
permanent und very prolltnble. Wrlto for
piiillculurs nt onco and get benefit of holiday
trade. T. II. SNYDER A CO., Cincinnati, 0.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY-TWO ENER
' gotlo saleswomen to represent us.
Guaranteed Stl a day without Interfering
with other duties. Healthful occupation.
Wrlto lor paitlculnrs, enclosing ftumpi
MANGO CHEMICAL COMPANY; No. il
John street, New York.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
I70R HALE-A NICE BOISE, GREEN
Rldgo section, neur North Park; larne
lot; will make terms easy to right party.
Address 11, G Tribune olllce.
J fourteen hands one Inch In height; pony
Is also good driver. Address M. II, . Trlb
T70R SALE-FINE TRAP CHEAP, lfj-l
X1 1'enn nveuue.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
TTwIhTeEN R I DalTsTREKTYE
Xj terday, a feather boa; tinder will bo suit,
ably rewarded by leuviug itnt 15'JD Sander
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
Vj xepti Alnsley, .Meridian street, 'J white
spotted cows; If not culled for within 11 few
days will bo disposed of uccordlng to law.
Adv. Under This Head One Cent n Word.
-J the city of Scrnnton, Lackuwunuu
county, Pciiusylvuiilu. deceased.
Letters of administration, with tho will
minoxed, upon above estate, huving been
duly grunted to tho undersigned, all persons
having claims or demands ugnlnst tho said
estate will please present sumo for payment,
und ull those Indebted to suld eutute ure re
quired to muko Immediate payment of tho
W. J. TRACY,
HUGH It. ANDREWS,
Administrators, C. T. A.
W, J, TRACY, Attorney for Estate.
October 1H, 18tl".
A11.11RIGOS CLEANS PRIVY VAULTS
mid tens pools; no odor. Improved
pumps used. A. IIRIGUS, Proprietor.
Leave orders 1100 N. Muln.uve., or Ekitos"
drug store, corner Adums und MiUberry.
rUIAH. COOPER, CITY SCAVENGER.
J All orders promptly attended to, day or
night. All the latest uppllunces. L'hurges
reiiHonuble. 710 Scruutou btieeu House
11'.! 5 Wuahbum street.
; 1& 1V VVl)IimLUll YVCIIUC.
Jf j 1 j ii.m Ni..'-
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AGENTS TO SELL OUR MIC. STORM
door; sntnple prepaid upon receipt of
price, AMERICAN STORM DOOR CO.,
Port Huron, Mich.
KLONDIKE AGENTS WANTED FOR
lurge Illustrated book of Klondike, Jive
hundred pages; price Sl.fio: outfit toe. Ad
dress NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO,, Lnkc
side Hulldlng, Chicago, HI.
ELIAULE AGENTS WANTED; NO
other need apply. Ilox 1UU, ttcruiHoii,
WANTED AGENTS TO SOLICIT BUILD
tng nnd Lonn stock; reference rc
qulred. Address I'ENN, care Tribune.
IJirANTED SOLICITOUS; NO DELIVER.
VV ing, no collecting; position permnnent;
pay weekly; state nge. GLEN BROTHERS,
Rochester, N. Y.
AGENTS WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO
do about Safe Citizenship price s? 1. Go
lng by thousands. Address NICHOLS,
AGENTS-TO SELL OUR PRACTICAL
gold, silver, nickel and copper electro
plasters; prices from $3 upward; nlnry und
expenses pnlil; outfit free. Address, wltn
Mump. MICHIGAN MFU CO.. Chlcugo.
AGENTS-TO SELL CIGAHS TO DEAL
ere; $2 weekly nnd expent.es: expert
enco unnecessary. CONSOLIDATED MFG
CO., 48 Vun Blireu St., Chicago.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT.
Advs. Under This Head One Cento Word.
OR RENT-FFRN1SHED BOOMS, FIRST
claims. .1(17 Mudlson avenue.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent, a Word.
W ANTEl) '"HJLLYjJJAPAHTMENTf?
furnished or unfurnlsh; ull modern
conveniences and best locution. X. Y Trib
DOARD AND ROOMS WANTED.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
L two furnished rooms, with board! loca
tion must bo llr.t-ciass; Scranton or Green
Illdtje. M. W., Tribune otllco.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word,
olllce, HuriMlns In second-hund books.
HoolcllndlnsuHpcclalty. JOHN GRIFFITH.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Vord.
AN .OPPORTUNITY TO GO INTO Ill'SI
ness. S'J.uoo will buy tho entire inter
est In n Rood thrivins business. $r00 or
$1,000 down and balance on payments,
WjrUotoH.jI.M., box lftO, Scranton, Pn.
83,000 WILL Pt'IUTIASE AN ESTAI1
lished business which bus paid since Jan
uary , 1805, over gli.omi clear of all ex.
penses; must sell on account of other bnsl
ness und fulllUK health; everything confiden
tial. C F caro Tribune.
CHIROPODIST AND MANICURE,
nulls cured without the least palu or
drawing blood. Cousultntlon and nil vice
Kiven Jree. E. M. HETZEI Chiropodist,
330 Lackawanna avenue. Ladles attended
nt their residence if desired. Chur'cs moder
ate. KINDEROARTEN REOPENINO.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
X ten, formerly conducted by Miss Hoard
man, will be reopened by Miss Prntt und
Miss Wilcox on Monday, Sept. 13, at OlA
Mulberry street. For terms or other Inform,
utlon, address or apply nt t)It Mulberry St.
SI'I UATIONS WANTED.
to do wushini; und Ironing by the duy or
house cleaning or any kind of work Ad
dress fi'.'il Lackawanna nveuue, third lloor.
VOUNG MAN "2 DESIRES POSITION AT
J. bartending; hundy man around a place;
beat references. Address J, II., ll'J Frank
VOUNG MAN 21 WANTS WORK IN
X store or ofllce; can write Ensllsh nnd
Germun. Address W. E. M., General Dellv
ery, Scruntou, Pa.
WANTED-HET OF HOOKS TO WRITE
up in ov minus utter 7 o'clock. Ad
dress HARRY WRIGHT, 1122 Wyomlui;
UTANTED-POSITION AH HOUHEKEEP-
VV or by un American widow, nijed 49,1
with no lumlly. MR. IX DECKER, Pitts-J
Our new, enlarged quarters enable us to show
a much larger and more extensive line of Blankets
than formerly. We've paid special attention in
stocking the new store-with Blankets to have only
reliable goods and the prices we have named on our
entire stock are lower than good Blankets have been
sold for in spite of the rapid advances in the price of
Our entire line, from the cheap Domet Blank
et, at 45c. a pair, to the finest California wool, is
well worthy the attention of Blanket buyers.
Comfortables that will make you comfortable.
We've been at much trouble to secure a stock of the
right kind, the kind that temper cold winter nights,
well stuffed, soft, fluffy, handsomely made of choice
silkoline and knotted with worsted.
$1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00.
CONNOLLY & WALLACE,
We Make It.
We Warrant It.
We Wholesale It.
1. own w
NEW YORK HOTELS.
An estoblbced botel under new manacmient
end thoroughly abreast of tho times. Visitors to
New York will find the Everett in the very heart
of the snopplEB dlitrlct, conrenlent to place of
arauMtnent anil readily acre mlblo from all parts
if tho city. EUROPEAN PLAN.
Cor. Sixteenth St. and Irving Place,
AMERICAN PLAN, $3.50 Per
Day nnd Upwards.
EUROPEAN PLAN, SI. 50 Per
Day and Upwards.
GEO, MURRAY, Proprietor.
The St. Denis
Ureadway and Eleventh St., New York,
Opp. Grace Church. European Plan.
Rooms Ii. 00 a Day and Upward!.
In a modost and unobtrusive way there are
few better conducted hotels In the motropoll
tlnm tho Ht. Denia.
The groat popu.arlty It haa acquired can
readily ho tracod to its unique location, lu
bomollke atmosplicro. tho peculiar oxcellono.
of its culaluo and aurvlca, and its very moder
WILLIAM TAYLOR AND SOU
Adv. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
rjMlK ANNUAL MKKTlNd OK KTOUK
1 holders of TI10 (Scranton Packing Coin
puny will he held nt the otllce of tho coin
puny, 70 Wyomlui nvenne, Hcruutou, Pa.,
on Wcilnesduy, October 'J7th, 18(17. nt tl
o'clock u. in. J. L. CO.N'NKU.. Hecrvtury.
riMIK ANNUAL MKKTINO OP T1IK
X vtockhohlerKof TheHulnirbuti llulldlni;
and Louu AhkocIiUIoii of Hcruutou for tho
election of olllcers und directors, nnd the
trunmictton ofauch other IhuIiicmi us muy bo
brouuht before the ineetlui;, wilt be held at
otllce of tho iiBsochitlon In Bcninton, Tues.
duy, Oct, 10, ut 7.IIO P, m.
II. T. JAVNE, Becretury,
Wu, M, BATES. rralPVjl ' U "' EATIJ
CALL AND EXAMINE
Our new line of Condie
Also our Extensive
FOOT BALL GOODS. '
222 Wyoming Ave.
t"VIl7t V) lYil IKI
OUR PRICES AND OOODS nro Just rlsht.
snvo tlmo und money by deulluK with
us. Special Driven in overythlni: a sports
1111111 needs. Uuiih, PUIiing Tackle, Cuuvns
Hoods Huae Hall, Foottmll nnrt Athletlo
Goods, nt prices thut defy compctlon.
Have Brains in Them
Yes,' there are brains in Stetson
Hatsbrains in making them and
brains in wearing them.
j New Fall Styles in Stiff and Soft
, Hats on sale. It's a wise head
that wears a Stetson Hat.
Thcc nnd Other Oood .Style Hold by
CONRAD, 305 Lackawanna Avenm
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