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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY,' OCTOBER 13, 1900.
BIG WEEK'S WORK
DONE BY THE COURT
MOBB THAN EIGHTY OASES
FINALLY DISPOSED OF.
Three Courts Were Kept Busy AH
During tho Week H. J. Crosaloy
Was Convicted of Assault and Sen
tenced to One Year In the County
Jail Sentence Suspended in the
Case of the West Side Boys-jyill-iam
H. Eelghard Olven Two
When court adjourned yesterday af
ternoon at 3 o'clock It had disposed
of every case on tho list that was
open for trial or disposition In any
other way, and had established tho
week's record for this county, so far
as tho trial of cas-ja Is concerned.
Over eighty cases hud been disposed of,
flther by a trial before a Jury, a pica
of guilty being entered, or a verdict of
not guilty taken by agreement.
Judge R. W. Archbald, who was pre
siding In the muln court room, kept
the three courts going constantly. The
list was large and he wished to per
mit no dilly dallying upon the part of
attorneys. When a ca3i! wus called,
unless good reasons to tho contiary
were advanced, It was tried. Early In
tho week tho Judge saw that the regu
lar panel of Jurors would not be suf
ficient and he had a number of tales
men drawn, who served for tho re
mainder of the week. That gave the
court an ample supply of Jurors all tho
time and the business of tho court was
not delayed, as it frequently Is, by a
Bcarcity of jurors.
It will not bo possible to dispose
of so many cases next week, because
a number of them are councilmanlo
bribery cases, wVch will take a con
siderable period of time to try. 13ut.it
business Is expedited to the extent It
was this week in the three court
rooms, great inroads will be made on
CROSSLEY FOUND GUILTY.
H. J. Crossley was yesterday found
guilty of assault In connection with the
charges made against him by 9-year-old
Eva Marsh, and was sentenced to
one year in the county jail.
About 10.30 yesterday morning, tho
judge sent for tho jury, it not having
yet agreed, and said that he had
thought the case over during tho night
and come to the conclusion that ho
had been more favorable than ho
should have been. He had come to
the conclusion that the evidence
would warrant a conviction on the first
count of the indictment. At 2.30 in
the afternoon, the jury brought In a
verdict on the second count of tho
Indictment, charging assault, and
Crossley was Immediately called for
sentence. In imposing sentence, Judge
Mr. tVosslcy, I recognize in you a man whom
I thought was a person of respectability, whose
face I hae often seen upon the streets of this
city. I am very sorry to see you here at the
bar of justice. The cWdcncc, hoocr, was con
vincing to me that the story told by these chil
dren is true, and if jou have not introduced into
their joung minds that which will ruin these
girls it is the mercy of Providence.
There was etidence that would hac warranted
the jury in finding you guilty, as I instructed
them this morning, of the most serious part of
this clurgc. f thought it stopped uliort of that,
thJt the evidence would not warrant that con
viction, but after thinking it otcr last night I
made up my mind that if the jury could be
brought into court again I should tell them
that they could find jou guilty of the most se
vere charge. They hae regarded the evidence
on the side of mercy and hac found that your
intent was not as 1.1 as It looked and that jou
stopped so far bhort that they were not willing
to find jou guilty of an attempt to criminally
assault these children.
JURY INCLINED TO MERCY.
If they had found you guilty of that offense
I would have sent jou to tho penitentiary. I
could not stop thort of it. Uut tho offense U
terious, and, while I desire to observe the rec
ommindation to mercy of juries in ordinary
cases, jet 1 really can see no place for it here.
They have found you guilty of an assault upon
these children. It was a vile assault and I there
fore, instead of being inclined to mercy, am in
clined to give jou the full extent of the law in
such cases, which is not very ncure, me.isuieil
by the circumstances attending it. The sentence
of the court is tint jou pay a line of $l(ip, pay
the costs of prosecution and undergo imprison
ment in tho county Jail of Lackawanna county
for the term of one jrar. As fir as the term
of imprisonment is concerned, this is the ex
treme limit of the law.
By direction of Judge Archbald, Mrs.
Margaret Scanlon was returned not
guilty of a charge of forcible entry
and detainer, preferred by Thomas
Costello. The jury was sent out to dis
pose of the question of costs and di
vided them equally between prosecutor
In the case of Thomas E. Mills, of
North Scranton, arrested at the In
stance of Annie A. Sullivan, a verdict
of not guilty was taken. The prose
cutrix Is dead.
Thomas Hall was returned not guilty
of stealing copper from tho Scranton
Railway company. Ho has been In Jail
three months awaiting trial.
Samuel Murray and M. J. Wheeler
pleaded guilty to conducting a gamb
ling place on Spruco street, and wero
lined $10 and costs. J. D. Miller and
M. D. Ulewltt, employes of the place,
were lined 11 and costs,
Andro Parish, who was tried Thurs
day before Judge Gordon for placing a
large Btono In front of a trolley car,
near Vandllng, was found guilty and
sentenced to pay a lino and spend six
months In the county Jail,
Alexander Slanko, a seven-year-old
boy, was convicted before Judge Gor
don of breaking locks on switches on
tho Delaware and Hudson road nt
Prlceburg, and sentonco was suspended,
A verdict of not guilty, upon pay
ment of tho costs, was taken In the
ease of Prank Maruehlm, charged
with selling liquor without a llcenso,
by H, Livingston.
Michael Smith was returned not
guilty of selling liquor without n
license, and the county was directed to
pay the costs. In this case H. Living
ston was also prosecutor, Smith IJvos
In West Scranton and owns a property
used for hotel purposes. Ho took
charge of the hotel und began to tell
before the license was transferred to
The trial of tho case of Thomas Mof.
fatt, of North Scranton, who shot and
seriously injured Dennis Lally, one
Sunday last summer, was postponed
Until next week.
Garfield and Bert Williams and John
Tones, the boys tried for stealing metal
and selling the same to Porter Broth
ers, were convicted of receiving stolon
goods, The case was submitted to the
jury at the opening of court this morn
Ins;. Robert Hand, also Indloted with
the other boys, plead guilty yesterday
and was sentenced to the Huntington
reformatory. As to the other boys, the
court suspended genteaoe, after advU. i
Ing them what would be expected of
them In the future.
Alexander Mallnlskl was found guilty
on the second count of tho indictment
against him, under which ho was tried
on charges preferred against him by
his stop-mother's sister. Tho prosecu
trix has been In this country less than
two years and during that period has
lived with defendants people. She tes
tified that he had on two occasions
boon guilty of the offence charged
against him. R. L. Levy represented
tho prosecution, and Attorney Geoige
S. Horn conducted tho case for the de
fendant. Ho was found guilty und was
sentenced to $25 and costs.
Michael Cunningham was then tried
on a charge of aggravated assault and
battery. John Astock, who conducts a
hotel In Dunmore, was the prosecutor,
und stated that on September 3 tho de
fendant came to his place, became very
excited nntl without warning or provo
cation struck the prosecutor In the
face with a large stone. Tho defend
ant denied throwing a stone on that
occasion and stated that he had trouble
with tho prosecutor over a picture of
defendants Bister, which had been
hung up behind tho bar, and that dur
ing the dlfllculty tho prosecutor at
tacked him with a club, when In self
defense ho used the weapons nature
had provided him with.
Before the Jury was sworn a motion
to quash the, Indictment was made by
Mr. Balentlne, representing defendant,
for the reason that It was only a copy,
was not signed by the foreman of the
grand Jury and was produced without
giving defendant an opportunity to be
heard. This motion was refused, and
the copy of the bill of Indictment or
dered to stand as a reproduction of tho
original. Tho Jury was out at adjourn
William H. Reighard, who was con
victed of beating his daughter with
strands of copper wire, was sentenced
by Judge Gordon to two months In the
Charles Frauzer was yesterday re
turned not guilty of a charge of malic
ious mischief, preferred by Joseph
Fletcher, of Throop, but was directed
to pay the costs.
Orders for Lackawanna Trainmen
Posted Complaint That Conduct
ors Are Not Obeying Orders.
The following orders for Lackawanna
trainmen were posted on the bulletins
KAST BOUND TIUCK, VJAST Or MAPLKWOOD.
Between the time of train No. 720, due at
Mcpleuood, 10.-15 a. m., and train No. 721, due
at Maplcwood 12.25 p. in., on Sundaj', Oct. 11,
1WK), the cast bound track will be out of service
f lom a point just cast of Maplcwood station to
the round house at South Orange while connec
tion is being made with the new cast bound
track being put in at that point.
After the connection is made, and until further
notice, all trains will reduce speed co twelve
miles per hour passing over this section of new
cart bound trae'e.
bulletin No. ttt0, dated Oct. S, giving notice
that this change would be made Oct. 12, is can
celled. C. II. Ectcham, Superintendent
The coal chutes being torn down at Washing
Ion, it will be impossible for jou to net coal
at that point until new chutes are erected.
Drill engines, engines that lay oir at Wash
ington, and engines passinsr through Washington,
will be obliged to take coal at Port Washington.
Kdwin M. Itinc, Acting Superintendent.
NOT IiUSPECTlNG OHDERS.
Complaint is made that our conductors arc not
living up to requirements of bulletin issued by
Superintendent Kotchmn, June 15, 1000, relativc
to leaving at janlmastcr's ofllce, Port Morris,
switching list, Torm T-U, showing position of
cars left in jard. This refers especially to
trains of fnight.
I hope I shall not have an occasion to call
jour attention to this matter again.
J. J. MrCann, Trainmaster.
This and That.
The private car, "Wabash," contain
ing the officials of the Wabash rail
road, passed through the city yester
day afternoon, attached to Lacka
wann train No. G. Their destination
General Superintendent T. E. Clarke,
of the Lackawanna railroad, and Act
ing Superintendent Edwin M. Rlne, of
tho Main Line division, were at their
ofllces yesterday, after an absence of
several days In New York.
PAYTON HELD IN BAIL.
He Is Accused of Kobbing Patrick
Joseph Payton, alias John Crowley,
was given a hearing by Mayor Molr
yesterday morning, on the charge of
robbing Patrick Sweeney, of 409 Stone
avenue, of a gold watch, early voster
day morning, and In default of $300
ball ho was committed to the county
Jail, to thero await trial. Sweeney
claimed that while walking through
Railroad alley, about 1.15 o'clock, ho
was suddenly attacked by two men,
who throw him to tho ground. One of
them, whom he positively Identified as
Sweeney, then took from h,ls pocket
his gold watch and chain. The two
then left him.
He immediately notified Patrolmen
Parry und Karlus, who arrpsted the
man on Penn avenuo a few moments
later, as he emerged from Canter
street, with Sweeney's watch In his
In pollco court ho yesterday gave his
name as John Crowley, Ho is wenty
four years of age, und lives In Scran
ton. He later admitted that the name
Crowlnv was an alias, and that he Is
really John Payton.
HAS MOVED FOB A NON-SUIT,
City Solicitor Acts in Case of Mrs,
Nauriter Versus the City.
A hearing In the case of Mrs. Mary
Nnurlter, of South Scranton, against
tho city of Scranton, was conducted
yesterday afternoon In City Solicitor
Vosburg's ofllce, before Referee C, B,
Gardner, Mrs. Nauriter Is suing the
city for $5,000 for damages which she
claims were caused by water over
(lowlng on her property on Klrst
The only witness examined yesterday
wus Peter Htltz, who was the foreman
of the street commissioner's gang,
which put In u culvert which is &uld
to have caused tho overflow, Hu ten
tided to tho fact that before the cul
vert was put In, tho court was utterly
Impassible, but that after it was put
lu the covut could be used.
Mr. Vosburg has moved for a non
suit In tho case, on tho ground that
there has been no negligence on the
part of the city shown. The motion
will bo argued next Monday afternoon
at i o'clock by City Solicitor Vosburg
for the ctiy, and by Attorneys Dono
hu and Burn, for the plaintiff,
Wall Street Beviow.
New York. Oct. 12. Ihc undertone of tho
stock market became strong today and prices
moved upwanl pictty consistently to tho clou,
which was strong but notably dull ami Willi
gains Well maintained. The dominant factor In
the market was tho laige engagement of gold
for Import, London, Pails and Berlin nil cuii
trllmllng, the total amounting to MJfio.lM).
llie dealings in stccks wcw not large .it my
time und the day's operations were itUrluulvil U
ptcfesaicnal rpcutors for the most part. There
was it fair distribution of the Mringlh. hut tlio
rflccthc dealings during llu day wcie Cornell
traled in a few slocks nnd those distinguished
for the irecnt large short selling from wlilili
they have sutfered. Pioplc's Uas w.u tlu nota
ble example In the Industrial dcpaitinenl. The
stock sold oil utter the opening nn the pie
sumption that yestcrdiiv's liming lintl mtlsllod
the demand from the sfmiln. but the liw (ti
ding at the dcclino caused renewed mlv.mco
and It wus lifted at one time an cxtlciif . M.
.losing with a net gain ot IVi. In the ralltoui
list Nortli'in Pacific was in lurgjst dnninl. in
liming supposed to bo for inside InteiLSls. Nut
withstanding the notable ilulltices at Ihc hist
the closing wan strong and gains weie well
maintained. The failure of the monov rate to
icspond to the operations in the stock market
Riivo color to the supposition tint they were
londueted by professional operators who line
supplied themselves with time loans with a view
to such a contingency an the present. The call
loan rate- In fact was inclined to sac, the ruling
rate declining to II per cent., iiulultlnliiidlii?
that loans mide today carry over until ibiulay.
Total sales, 24D.700 ijiircs.
Tho bond market was iuict and changes wera
unimportant. Total sales, par value, 770,000.
. S. new 4s advanced Vi per cent, on the last
The following quotations are furnished The
Tribune by M. S. Jordan & Co. rooms 7riV70O
Wears building, Scranton, l'a. Telephon 6003
American Sugar lift
Amcr. Tobacco no'4
Am. Steel k Wire- ... .1.1 V&
Atchison. I'r. filji
iirooK. inaction D'J
Italto. It Ohio 70V6
Cont. Tobacco 25V4
Chen, k Ohio j... 2!i
Chic, 11. 4: Q um u'
st. rnui ,.. .in7 11JV1
iock island lu.,14
Del. .t Hudson Ill
I'edcral Siteel ail.
Kan. & Te., lr. 27H
Louis. & Nash 7 Pi
Man. Klev.icd !)2V
Met. Traction ISO
Jlls-,0. l'.ielllo 4!)i
Pioplc's f.as b",
X. J. Central ril
Southern I'aclllc Jii
Norfolk fc West iji
North, l'.ulllc IS'k
North. Pacific, I'r. ... fi'Hl
N. Y. Central UVft
Ontario k Wcstein .... 20t4
Pcnna. It. I! l.'l'i
Parlllc M.ill .1H4
Reading ltj ll'i
Heading Ilv., IV.
.Southern lly., I'r. .... 521s WTh
Tenn. Coal k Iron .... uVU r7Va
U. S. Leather 10H WV,
IT. S. Rubber 21'i 20'i
Union Pacific 57'8 BS'i
Union Pacific, Tr. .... 71 '7114
Wabash, I'r IS IS
Western Union 7SVi 7a
Thiid Avenue 110 111
NEW YORK ritODLICr: EXCHANGE PRICES.
26t2Gic. t track mlxerl vmtcrn, 252a2ie.t
track white, western and state, 20a.13c. Options
neglected and about steady. Hutter Vlrui)
creamery, UuSllIc.) factory, 13il0c. I Juno
creamery, 17UaiM1(c.t Imitation ereimery, 15a
17c.j state, llnznitc. Cheese Until largo
white, 10ie'.t small while, lie. ; large colored,
104c.l small colored, lie. Egg Finn t ttate
nnd I'crna., 20a21c.j w-mtcm, regular packing,
1511814c. J western, Iom off, 20c.
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Clilcago, Oct, 12. Cattle Receipt, 2,000! gen.
nullv Mcadyt natives, best on sale today, 5
tarloud, at 5,60! good to pilmo steers, $?i.t0i
fl.SSj penr In medium, 4.10i6.3O! selected feed,
rrs, $I.7,".,10 mixed storkus, t2.7Aa3.Cjt cown,
Ifj.7uii4.2.5! helfcM, $2.73i4.7"! canners, $2a2.rOj
bulls, tMTfitl.fin: cahes, 4i0.10. Texins lie.
iclptn, 800 best on sale tmlaj', J carloaas at
SJ.35; Texas fed Btcem, tJal.OOi do. grass
steels, $3.25at.l); do. bulk $2.G0j3.23.
Hogs Receipts todij-, 24,000: tomorrow, 20,.
(100! left mrr. .I.MMI! ,1,. lllfflipr! antlle!
inlved and butchers, 4.05n5..10! good .to cholco
heavy, $5j3.2jy,; rotuh do., iJ4.83al.fWJ light,
fie higher, $.0cu3.27'; bulk of oaies, t3.05a
Allien Receipts, 7,000! steady! lambs, 10c.
Idgheii good to choice wethers, t,1.83a4.15; fair
to rholie, inlved, 8,184.108.40.2061 western sheep,
t3.8ual.lS Tews sheep, if 2.50a.l.W) i native
lambs, $1,45.15.50; western lambs, ?l.7ij3M.
Chicago live Stock Market.
Chicago, Oct. 12. Wheat was strong today
on the export business, Dec. closing n14c. over
jesteiday. Coin closed KaiV. and oats, 14a
14c higher. Provision closed 2)au7'.Sc. lower.
CuMi quotations were us follows: .
l'lour Steadv; No. 3 spring wheat, 74a7l';. i
No. 2 red, 73V4a70Jc. ! No. 2 corn, llallc.i
No. 2 yellow-, 41all?c. : No. 2 oits, 22c: No.
2 white, 24ia231ic.: No. 3 white, 2t1j.i2.514c J
No. 2 rjc, 51c; barlej-, 41c; No. 1 fla, Jl.rfl:
No. 1 northnrit. l.lu.il.72: tlmothv. V.16i3.20:
perk, S15al5.50; liril. 7.10a7.15; rlbj, $7.S0.i
8.10! shoulders, llUaOSic; sides, 93,20aS.3O;
New York Live Stock Market.
New York, Oct. 12. Reeves Steers, slow and
generally 10c lower: bull, and (ows. stead'
to 10c off; steers, 4.70a4.73; oxen nnd stigs,
JV5.S0al.CO: bulls. 2.23.i3.30; cows, t.50aJ.B3.
Calves Veals, steadv; giassers, slow; veal',
$150a8.50; little calves. $1; grasers, 2al; foil
t.ihes, l 2,rn1 ,W.
fehecp Steady; lambs, weak and M to 25
cents lower; except for cholip. Sh"ci, !f2.75i
4,25; culls. $1.75a2.D0: lambs, 1.MU5; few
evtrn, f0.12&aC.2j; culls, f3a4; Canada Iambs,
Hog Dull nnd weak, at ?5.30a5.55; choice
light state hogs, $5 CO.
East Liberty Stock Market.
Tnst Liberty, Oct. 12. Cattle Sleuly: extn,
R5 30j5.73; -pilme, $3.23j5 50; common, $.S.2'j
Hogs Steadv: prime heavy, S3 "3a5 10: nitii.
Iiinis, 35.35 if, 40; heavy jorkers, S5 23a5K0;
lieht do., J5.15J5C0; pigs, 5a3.15; roughs,
Hieep Shone: choice wethers, 54 20il,25;
ri notion, tl.25i1.rA); choice hunks, $220.127.116.11;
rmnnon to good, $3.50a5 23; veal calves, !?7j
Oil Cit-, Oet. 12 Credit balances, 110; ecr.
tiflcites, no bid. Shipments, 101,01.1; average,
01,070. Runs, 10,001; average, 70,360.
ATTEMPTED TO ESCAPE.
Scranton Board of Trade Exchange
Quotations All Quotation Based
on Par of 100.
First National Dank 800
Scranton Savings Bank 300
Scranton Packing Co
Third National Rank 425
Dime Deposit and Discount Rank .. 200
Economy Light, II. k V. Co
Laeka. Trust Sife Deposit Co 130
Scranton Paint Co
Clark & Snovcr Co., Pr. 125
Scranton Iron Fence k Mfg. Co
Scranton Axle Works
Lackawanna Dairy Co., I'r
County Savings Hank k Trust Co... 300
First National Rank (Carbondalc)
Standard Drilling Co
Traders' National Bank 155
Scranton Bolt und Nut Co 100
Scranton Passenger Railway, first
Mortgage, due 1020 113
People's Street Railway, first mort
gage, due 191S 115
People's Street Railway, General
mortgage, due 1021 113
Dickson Manufacturing Co
Lacks. Township School S per cent. ...
City of Scrnnton St. Imp. 0 per
Scranton Traction 0 per cent 113
Scranton Wholesale Market.
(Corrected by II. O. Dale, 27 Lackawanna Ave.)
Butter Cicamerj, 2,)a24c; dairy tubs, 23c.
Eggs Select western, 17c; neaiby state, 19c.
Cheese Full creuin, new, ll'fjc.
Beans lir bu , choice nuriow, $2.40; medlura,
$2.10; pea. 2.S0.
Onions GOc. per bu.
Flour Best patent, $1.00.
Philadelphia Grain nnd Produce.
Philadelphia. flrt. to Wlirtnt rl.... s
higher; contract glade, Oct , 7l'ia7lV.c! Coin
Firm, 14c higher; No. 2 mixed, Cle"t., 4C"a
T."7iv. ..mi ymui, uui bteauy; ro. 2 Willie
clipped, 2&I&.1 h?4c. : No, 3 do. do., 27',a23c. ;
No. 2 mixed do., 27a27'c IIutler-Fl.mr good
demand; fai.cy wcstein creamery, 21'.c; do.
prints, 21c Egg Finn; tush nenbv, 2Y,;
ic. victim. ''ln . ,1. u,ui,l.,i ,.,..... in . .i-
southern, lie Uiccsi IJuiit; New Yoilc full
vir.iiii-,, i,iiiij Minn, jiyzc, no, eio. ic uir
to choice, 10',4all!4c Kcllned sus'ars Un-
i ti.ititrniL ir tnti llo Inu .it tit.l.lil.." 1 t .
10 1-lCe. Tallow Steady; city nrlmc m hhds.,
iv, cakes, 5?;c Live poultry Dull and
lower; fowls, 6al0o.; old roostew, Ca7c; fprir.g
iliicl.cn, 7atc; (lucks, SaOe. DiciSiJ poullr"
Quiet, but steadv; low Is, choice, lUJli'.; do'.
spilnt; ehlekens, llalSc; western do., t'allc.
Iluciith Flour, 3,000 ban els, and 1,15(1,000
pcmids in sacks; wheat, 17,00 bushels; corn,
I'l.lHlll IiiiIh.I, niito II fwin l..,.l.n1 ul.i -. .'
.... . . , I "" ',v UM.I.VIO. OIIIIIIIIVI'IU
Wheat, 2,200 bushels; corn, 2,000; oats, 21,000.
New York Grain and Produce.
New York, Oct. 12. Flour Market steadier
nnd a -trifle more active on the nrinciiul grades
without being quotably clunked. Wheat Spot
firm; No. 2 led, S0c. f. o. b. alloit; No. 2
red. 70sic. elevator; No. 1 northern Duliith,
fCltc f, o. b. afloat. Options ruled generally
linn all d.'y. Clo,,cil tlrin at ?iaK.c not ad
vance. Jhiieli ilosed Sljici May, SJIlc.i Oct.,
78?jc. ; Dec, bIHc Com Spot otrong; No. 2,
4714c. elevator, und JbTic f. o. b. iilloat. Op
tions advanced moderately during the day on a
good demand. Closed firm and a"tc, net
higher. .May closid 4114c; Oct.. 40Jc; Dec,
424e. Oats Spot steady; No, 2, 25Vie; No,
3, 25c, j No. 2 white, 27!ia271c; No. J white,
Frank Langan Gave Patrolmen a
Frank Langan and David Lavvler,
also known as David Rowland, wore
arrested early yesterday morning on
Lackawanna avenue by Patrolmen
Neuls, Day and Parry. The two men
wore intoxicated and engaged in a
rouerli and tumble flglit, which was
put an end to by Patrolman Day, who
met with consideiable resistance and
was rcinforoed by the other two pa
trolmen. On the way to tho Centre street
station, Langan suddenly broke away
from the bluecoat who had him in
charge and darted up Lackawanna
avenue. Chase was given, and after
a long run he was recaptured and
taken to the station. In default of a
$3 fine he was yesterday committed
to the county jail for twenty days.
His companion paid the fine Im
posed. Local Foot Ball Note.
The first team of No. 33 school cannot play
the second team of the Dunmore High school
Saturday, but will play them Friday afternoon,
Oct. 19, at 4.30 o'clock on the re field grounds.
Answer in The Tribune.
The Columbia foot ball team accept tho chal
lenge of the Lodorc foot ball team, at 115
pounds, on Tunnel grounds, South Side, Oct. 11,
1900. licet at corner Fig street and Pittston ave
nue. Michael Lavcllc, captain.
SCRANTON'S SHOPPING CENTER,
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For Men and Women
The claim of BEST for Gloves is not to be lightly made. One must needs fl
searched far and studied long to be sure of highest excellence. This we have dor
diligently for years. The best glove maker in Frauce now makes our fine gloves
from the best selected kidskins that his country produces.
The "H T E Jouvin" is foremost cut from the finest part of the best skins
that grow on carefully nurtured kids there are none better. The Ladies' Jouvin'Js
made with clasps or buttons, pique or round seams, in black, white and all colors.
Also Jouvin Suede Gloves, in clasp style, in colors and black.
Prices of Jouvin Gloves $1.50 and $2.00 Pair
"The American Girl."
The best dollar glove in the world splendidly - made, perfect- in fit. Black, white
and all colors. Three clasps.
Women's Genuine Mocha Gloves
Many imitations are sold for the real goods. Not so here. When we say "Mocha"
we mean "Mocha." not Suede or Chamois. These are $1.25 a pair, in greys,
tans and black, and are well worth it they will give satisfaction in wear.
Adlcr's Moclia Gloves, $1.50
Adler's Mocha Gloves, Mlk Lined, $1.50 and $2.00
Fownes' Street Gloves, Tans and Greys, $1.50
Ileal Cape Driving Gloves, $1.00 and $1.50
CONNOLLY & WALLACE,
127 AND 120
There is more Catarrh in this section o! the
country than all other diseases put together, and
until the last few jcara v.as supposed to ho
incurable. For u great many jcars doctors pro
nounced it n local disease, and prescribed local
reincdlis, nnd by constantly failing tJ cjic with
loial treatment, pronounced it incui.iuto. Sci
ence has proven catarrh to ho a constitution il
disease, and thereloie requires constitutional
treatment. Hall's Catanh Cure, manulactured
by P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only
constitutional cure on the market. It is taken
Internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoon
ful. It acts directly on the blood and mucous
surfaces o( the e.isteni. Ihey olTcr one hundred
dollars for any case it falls to cure. Send for
circularu and testimonials. Address,
F. J. CIinXCY k CO., Toledo, O.
Fold bv llrugsrlsts, 75'.
Hall's Tamily Pills are tho best. "
THIRD NATIONAL BANK
THE UNITED STATES.
VVA1. CONNELL, Presldiat.
HENRY UELIN, Jr., VlcoPres.
WILLIAM II. PECK, Cashlir.
Epecla'. attention given to busi
ness accounts. Three per cent, in
terest pal on Interest deposit.
M CARPETS ImI
We want you to see the new arrivals in our Carpet
Department. We believe we have the most complete stock
in Northeastern Pennsylvania, and know that, quality con
sidered, we can give you value and a selection not to bo
had this side of New York. A superb line of
I WALL PAPER I
BRASS AND METALLIC BEDS I
About Rubber Tires
Of course all rubber tires look alike, but don't you know
there is a great difference in the wear and quality of vehicle
tires, due to the different methods ol putting on, etc.
We have a very expensive plant for putting on Kelly.
Springfield Tires on all classes of vehicles. It is the only per
fect rubber tire manu-factured, being made of pure rubber
and not composition. These tires are put on to stay held in
the channel by two wires electrically welded, Cannot possi
bly roll off or tear out,
126 and 128
Prices on Application.
WILLIAMS & McANULTY,
129 Wyoming Av:ne.
WE HAVE A
Such as Foot Balls and Uniforms,
Tennis Goods, Guns, Revolvers,
Ammunition, Cameras, Kodaks
MphVc hnpc At $2.00, $2.50,
Tien & IIUC $3,00, $4.00 and $5.00,
I aHifc' 2hnpc At $2.00, $2.50,
L,CU11C2 I1UC $3,00, $3.50 and $4.00
Made in all styles, all leathers, all sizes and all widths.
Special Bargains for Today, Saturday
Men's Shoes at 98c. $1.29, $1.49 and $1.98.
Ladies' Shoes at 98c, $1.29, $1.49 and $1.98,
Boys' Shoes at 98 Cents.
Call and examine our goods and make our store your
headquarters, and you will surely save money by it.
MYER D AVI DOW,
The Cheapest Shoe Store.
307 Lackawanna Avenue,
Florey & Brooks,
211 Washington Ave.
Coal of tbe best quality (or domeatla
uas and of all sizes. Including Buckwheat
and Blrdseyo, delivared In any part of
tbe city, at the lowest price.
Orders received at the office, Connell
building. Room S06; telephone No. 1763, or
at the mine, telephone No. 272, will he
promptly attended to. Dealers supplied
at the mine.
MOUNT PLEASANT COAL CO
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UIMaiBS. cooresni.iuriy rutorctf. thresh cues
cured lu 3 to 10 days. Tho mott dangerous cues
soUeHcd. BIN pilTSOMIR AftZT." Treat,
went by nUUTfitadliirHworu TettinionWU A llook ,1.
poMf orar ilkalaAUtcirtcal &! Usui
HENRY BELIN, JR.,
General Agent (or the Wyoal
Mining1, Jllast IntT, Sporting, Smokeless sad ta
Iteiiauno Che-mical Company's
Safety tuse, dpi and Exploders. Boom 401 Coa.
sell IJullJing, Scranton.
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