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THE ECBA1TTON TRIBUNE "WEDNESDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 4, 1SC
WEST SIDE EVENTS.
Tloaitatleu YoMf Mca Tore Dowi the
Aaerkai Flat art Thereby !
solved Thenselvei la Trouble.
The regrettable action of two West
81de young men yesterday morning in
tearing down an Amerloin Hag in front
of P. P. Taylor'" hotel. 1117 Jackson
street, was briefly reported In yester
day Tribune. Two of the six young
men who were In the party were arrest
ed Immediately after the mlsdeanwan
or. They gave their names as Patrick
Cawley and Edward Porter. The last
named ts an Englishman and he has
been in the country only three weeks.
According to the testimony of Job
Whitehous? and J. Hubbard, w ho were
held as witnesses. Porter was in no
unv iriiiltv nf the outrage.
According to theni. the person who
jumped up and crabbed the Hag was
Neal Campbell, of Price street, and his
companion, Harney McAnulty. who
draKKed it on the sidewalk. McAnulty
and Campbell were in front as the six
walked up Jackson street. Following
them came Porter and Cawley and
afterward came Whltehouse and Hub
bard. Campbell jumped at but missed
the first Hair and when he came under
the second he made another leap. His
band flinched the flag and he tore it
down. Then, according to the three
Englishmen. McAnultv dragged the
colors in the dust. When OffiVer Hnrt,
who was standing on the corner of
Jackson street and Main avenue, heard
the noise he rushed up toward the men.
Campbell and McAnulty ran, the other
four halted. Jobe Whltehouse picking
up the flag and folded It and Officer
Hart then made the arrests mentioned,
assisted by Ottieer Matthews. The two
men who are charged with the outrage
ran up Jackson street and were not
As the officers were escorting Porter
and Cawley to the station house Hotel
keeper Taylor, awakened by the loud
voices, came out on the street. He de
nounced the perpetrators of the act and
was In u mood forviob-nce, as also were
the rest of the half Uoaen men who hud
Porter and Cawley were locked up.
Porter did not know the names of the
two men who had escaped and Cawley
refused to commit himself or his
friends He wiluld say nothing. Por
ter was released nnd Cawley was kept
a prisoner until o'clock yesterday
morning when Alderman George F.
Kellow, who was acting police ningls
trate, heard the case. The three -Englishmen
gave their testimony and
Cawlev was held In $i00 ns a witness.
His father became his bondsman. War
rants have been sworn out for the ar
rest of Campbell and McAnulty. The
case has attracted great excitement
and n lot of feeling on the West Side.
Further action nsainst Cumpbell and
McAnulty is threatened.
OOOD AND HAD PAVES.
The paves on Robinsftn. Ninth and
Jackson streets and on West Lacka
wanna avenue hill are being rapidly
pushed. The pave on the Hoblnson
street route has been finished on the
easterly side and the work of paving
and rolling on the other side will be Im
mediately commenced. Curb stones nre
being pluced 111 front of Drayman
Brown's residence on Robinson street.
Before snow ties all will be ready for the
teams. On West Lackawanna avenutr
hill the pave Is nearly completed. In
addition to paying particular attention
to the correct laying of the blocks, the
workmen have adopted a new plan, the
suggestion of the contractor. Every
twenty feet a break In the pave has
i been made. A trench is dug and heavy
' curb stones, the width of the regular
stone blocks, have been Imbedded in the
dirt to the level of the pave surface.
These curb stones stretch entirely
across the street and form a strong
support for the pave. The Idea Is a
good one. The hill is very steep and the
pave under ordinary conditions would
V liable to slip and become uneven.
)ie "breaks" act as a clinch.
Fl'NEKALS OF A DAY.
The funeral of the late Margaret Mil
ler took place yesterday morning from
the family residence on Hampton
street. There were a number of hand
some tloral testimonials. The pall
bearers were: A. Foster. William Uan
gan, M. Felaeh, N. Time. Adam War
ner and Nick Dessna. Interment was
made In Hyde Park Catholic cemetery.
The double funeral of Mrs. Mary
Daly, of Eynon street, and of her
deceased grandchild, a daughter of Pat
rick Daly, of Edwards court, took place
yesterday afternoon from St. Patrick's
church. It was a touching spectacle,
the first hearse contained the remains
of the aged lady and following immedi
ately afterward came the body of the
child In another hearse. Interment was
made In Hyde Park Catholic cemetery.
DANCE AT THE POOH HOUSE.
Tonight three wagons full of West
Side people will go to the Hillside
Home, where the Inmates will hold their
DON'T TURN AWAY
Because the first glance shows clothes you wouldn't
feel well dressed in.
Don't think we sell only high-priced Suits or
Overcoats, because the first you see are beyond your
means. What you are looking for is here. It's a
matter of selection.
Hen's Sack Suits, in Fine Black Diagonals,
$10.00, $12.00, $15.00, $18.00
Hen's Sack Suite, in Nobby Piaid Effects
and Choice Colorings, $10.00 to $20.00
Men's Cutaway Suits, in Fine Black Diag
onals, - - $10.00 to $25.00
Fall and Winter Overcbats are as ready as
the Suits, from - - $8.00 to $30.00
Squra DeI!n Clothiors, Hattars and
regular weekly entertainment and
dance. The music will be furnished oy
U L-l fin.lk- tianlillutfl. etc. Ouite
a number of well-known gentlemen will
be among tne visuora mi iue mim.
LO. THE POOR BICYCLIST!
Arthur Yeager, a blacksmith, living
nn 12. .... h. UnimlaU aVnll OTT H.'l" I PIM'tHi
me ueugnis ui a uuiu wjc
Shlckshlnny Sunday afternoon. He
was doing a "century" run to Berwick
and Nescopeck and In riding homeward
along the tow-path of the canal Mr.
Yeager's front wheel struck a stump.
He was lifted Into the air and dropped
with a splash Into the canal. The wheel
came tumbling after. When Mr. Yeager
struck bottom he arose to his feet and
luckily found the water was not over
his head. After a delay and a poking
about in the water with a stick. Mr.
Yeager fished out his wheel and began
the trip to Scranton In anything but a
COM IX( i ENT E RTAINMENT.
Tk Arrt.wlf.nn ltll.l.i altplritv of this
city comprising on the West Side the
First Welsh Congregational, w einn
XI. church, of . South Main avenue.
Tabernacle Congregational and Belle-
iviith r M nhnrch wit huld a
Joint concert in the First Welsh Con
gregational church on November ii.
Among the participants will be Miss
Lizzie Thomas, (Lill Morganwg). who
ii i. ...... .... a from Wiils The ob
ject of the concert Is to provide a fund
tor me socieiy. in ine paav uic uia
lzatlon has been supported by indi
ATTENTION, CAMP ITS.
A special meeting of Camp 178, Pa
triotic Order Sons of America, will
be held this evening at the hall to take
action on the death of the late Henry
Wlneeuard. By order of the president,
. W. Phillips. "
NEWS NOTES AND PERSONALS.
Anthony Oerrity was Injured Monday
by a fall of roof In the Hrlgg's mine.
His foot was crushed and he sustained
severe bruises on the head.
The ladles' Aid society of the Welsh
Calvinestic Methodist church will on
November 20 hold a tea and apron
social. Admission ten cents.
Thomas Blair, son of Alderman M. L.
Blair, of the Fifth ward, was home
yesterday from New Boston where he
The funeral of Bessie, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Evan Thomas, of 514
North Bromley avenue, wll take placa
this afternoon from the family resi
dence. Interment will be made In
Washburn street cemetery.
The voting students will return to
The funeral of the late Mabel Hen
rietta Derby wll take place this after
noon at 2 o'clock from the family home
on Price street. Interment will be
made In Washburn street cemetery.
The funeral of the late Hugh Mc
Donough will take place this moi ning at
10 o'clock. Services wll take place In
St. Peter's cathedral. Interment will
be made In Hyde Park Catholic ceme
tery. Kev. Father Fllan of Philadelphia,
will lecture tomorrow evening at St.
Over thirty cans of fruit were stolen
Saturday evening from the cellar of
Arthur Colburn. of Price street.
William Morgan, of Habton, Is vis
iting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Reese
Morgan, of North Fllmore avenue.
WcM Side Ilosines Directory.
HARRIET J. DAVIS, FLORIST.-Cut
flowers and funeral designs a specialty;
KM South Main avenue; two doors from
8ECOND HAND FURNITURE. Cain for
anything you have to sell. Furniture,
Stoves, Tools, etc. Call and see the
stock, of J. C. King, 701 to W West Lack'
go to Davldow Bros.' great auction
sale of unredeemed pledges, 217 Lacka
If the Baby Is Cutting Teeth.
Mrs. WtaBlow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for over fifty years by mil
Hons of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success. It
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic and is
the best remedy for diarrhoea. Sold by
druggists in every part of the world.
Be sure and call for "Mrs. Wlnslow's
Soothing Syrup," and take no other
kind. Twenty-five cents a bottle.
The Great Crowds
continue to flock to Davldow Bros, for
bargains In watches, Jewelry, etc.
THE WAY TO CURE catarrh is to
purify the blood, and the surest, safest,
best way to purify the blood Is by tak
ing Hood's Sarsaparilla, the One True
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SOUTH SIDE NEWS.
William, aon of ex-Councilman D.
W. Vaughan, of Willow street, arrived
home front Philadelphia Mcnday even
ing to spend a visit of two weeks with
his parents. He was aprotmeJ a naval
cadet a few months ago In the Fhiadii
nhin Nautical schcol. and in that time
he was on a voyage lasting thirty-five
days on the man-of-war Saratoga.
Charles Uetoert, or tne university ot
Pennsylvania foot bal .team, ai rived
home in time to cast his vote yesterd.iy
in the Stcond district of the Twentieth
James Cocglns. of Genet street, par
ticipated in a foot ball game at Wyo
ming seminary yesterday.
Francis Morlnger, who. Derore nis
mental derangement, was a prosperous
harness maker of this side,, but arter
which he lived for a number of ytars
as a hermit in the upper part of the
Twelfth ward, died Sunday afternoon
at the Hillside Home, in the insane
asylum of which he had been confined
for several years. The body was re
moved to this side by Undertaker Mil
ler, of Cedar avenue, and interment
was made yesterday afternoon In Pitta-
ton avenue cemetery.
Albert Breck, of Pittston avenue.
who was seriously ill. Is Improving.
Philip Kelp, of the Second ms.r:ct of
the Twentieth ward, got Into an argu
ment at the polls yesterday afternoon
and as a result his face suffered from
two or three hard blows delivered in
quick succession from the lists of a
bystander. This was the only disturb-
ance reported at any or tne polling
places on the South Side.
A. J. Battle, of prospect avenue, is
home from St. Vincent's college, West
moreland county, this state, on a week's
The funeral of Adam Mechlet took
place yesterdav afternoon. Services
were conducted at Christ Lutheran
church on Cedar avenue by the pastor.
Rev. Henry Llsse. and Interment was
made in Forest Hill cemetery. The pall
bearers were: George Hetltck, Peter
Shellat, John Hearschon. Otto Dorch,
Uotlieb Kalena and fSeorge Kltlack.
New stock of elegant wall paper and
paints at Borcher's, 713 Cedar ave.
vest worK at tne crystal L,aunury.
John Foy, a well-known character
about town, dkd yesterday morning in
the Lackawanna hospital. Last Sun
day morning he was found in a saloon
about dead. The hospital ambulance
was sent for and he was taken to that
The Marquette Council. No. 42.1,
Young Men's Institute, will meet this
evening. All members are earnestly re
quested to be present, as business of
Importance Is to be transacted.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Cooper,
of 506 East Market street, a boy.
The choir of the Puritan Congrega
tional church Is making great prepara
tions for their organ recital, to be held
on December 10.
Election returns were received at the
Marquette Council, Young Men's In
stitute, rooms, on North Main avenue,
The employes at the Marvlno and
Von Storch shafts will be paid to-day.
Mrs. Clara Stelnback, of Lake Wln
alo, is the guest of her cousin, Mr.
W. H. Cooper, of North Main avenue.
Miss Flora Vandemark, of Parker
street, Is the guest of Orange, N. J.,
The Bryan nnd Crescent football
teams played a hotly contested game
of football at the Driving Park grounds
yesterday afternoon. The Crescents
notwithstanding the absence of Its best
players, played a strong game. The
teams scored a touch down a piece, but
failed to kick the goals.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. John Mc
Kluskie, on School street, is gladdened
by the arrival of a baby daughter.
Mrs. John Alexander, of Wilbur
street, is seriously ill. No hopes for
her recovery are entertained.
Marquette Council, No. 423, Young
Men's Institute, will conduct a social
In Company Harmony, November 11.
Merrlt t'tley spent the forepart of
the week with Mrs. Carr, of Capouse
Mrs. Alice Tripp, of Fordham rtreet
Is suffering from a fail which occurred
Mis. Ralph Abby, of Hamilton, has
been visiting her daughter, Mis. Ray
mond, of New York street.
W. C. Carr, and family, of Capouse
avenue, have moved to Ptckvil'e. where
they will probably reside in the future.
F. J. Hediick. of KlclimuiU Park, is
visiting at Harrlsburg. Pa.
Arch Johnson U confined to his home
Miss Lizzie Brandt has purchased a
The regular weekly meeting of the.
W. C. T. U. will be held tomorrow after
noon In .their rooms on Penn avenue
A cordial Invitation is extended to all.
F. H. Dunn, of Boulevard avenue,
has been entel mining his mother. Mrs.
Jules Dunn, of Dyberry. Wayne county.
Mrs. Emma Williams, of Towanda,
Bradford county, spent Sunday with
Mrs. M. D. Fainlmm. of Breaker stieU.
A concert will be given in Brown's
hall, corner East Market street and
Boulevard avenue. Friday evening, un
der the auspices of the W. C. T. U.
On Friday evening an entertainment
for the benefit of the Green Ridge W.
C. T. U. will be given In Brown's hall,
corner of the Boulevard and East
Market street at which the following
programme will be rendered:
Male Quartette, "Thou Art Drifting,"
Dr. Treverton, T. Dwiftht Lnthrop, J.
Warren. William Treverton.
Solo Miss Nellie Thomas
Recitation Ml .YJttMel Malloiy
Misses Nellie Thomas nnd Susie Fislu-r
Anvil Chorus By Twenty Girls
Violinists. D. Hush nnd A. Teal. Led by
Dr. Treverton. rinno, Miss Emma
Recitation Bessl" Bloats
Accompanied by .Miss M. Gloos.
Recitation Miss Grace Jacobs
Holo Miss Ina Kettle
Recitation Bessie Sllats
Recitation Charles Ciwilinjtn
Chorus. "Let the Hills and Vale Re
sound" Led by Dr. Treverton
Mrs. Carrie Hedglln and daughter El
sie, of Dyberry, are visiting friends In
Miss Alpha 8. Knapp. of Apple ave
nue, gave a party to a number of her
young friends last night. Fun and
amusement reigned supreme, much
laughter being caused by the grotesque
costumes of many of the guests. The
house was very prettily decorated with
in and without. Among those present
were the Misses Delia, Bessie and Ag
ns Bolger, Nellie and Matilda Larkln,
Annie Garvey, Irene Burns, Kate Blg
lln, Gertrude Grlhbln, Sadie and Nellie
Blglln; Msesrs. Clinton Hedglln. Wil
liam Bulger, John Blglin. Luke Bradley,
John McCue, Frank Blglln, John and
James Garvey, A. Conway, John Lar
kln, Thomas Carson and Richard Lar
kln. Miss Carrie Hedglln, of Carbon
dale, and Mrs. C. Hedglln and daugh
ter Elsie, of Dyberry, were also pres
ent. Mr. and Mrs. William Garvey have
returned from a few weeks' visit with
friends In New York.
John McSweeny, of the firm of Welsh
ft McSweeny, Is in Syracuse on a busi
Rev. E. W. Fitzmaurlce, of Hazleton,
is the gueBt of John Clark, of Chestnut
Miss Fannie O'Horo, of Btiom street,
has gone to Philadelphia whtre she will
spend the coming winter.
Victor Beemer has a splendid fawn
on exhibition In his store window. The
fawn was sent to him from his father,
who captured It In Wayne county. It
weighs about titty pounds.
Miss Lizzie Ames, of Hawley, la the
guest of friends In town.
Miss Mary Cooney, of Chestnut street,
is the guest of relatives in Plttston.
Thomas McNelly, of Wllkes-Barre, la
the guest of Martin Joyce, of Throop
Mr. and Mrs. Fred. Conover have re
turned to their home in Red Banks,
George Grant, of Mead street, is con
fined to his home with an acute attack
live rnous in rocks.
This Old-Time Belief Is Founded
The falde of the barnacle goose has
long ago been discredited and almost
forgotten; but other fictions of zoology
are longer lived. We often hear to this
day that a living frog or toad has been
found by uuarryincn imbedded in solid
rock, where it must have lain since the
formation of the rock, countless ages
These statements have been widely
believed, und even men of silence have
endeavored to account for them by say
ing that the frog nnd the tond are ani
mals of singular powers of sustaining
lite under unlowurd conditions; that
they hibernate during euch winter, and
that on being enclosed In the rock per
haps when actually hibernating they
have simply continued their long sleep
until the time of their release.
Of course, the explanation Is absurd;
for. even in a state of hibernation, the
wear and tear of life, though reduced
to the lowest possible amount, still con
tinue, nnd must within a mensurable
time exhnuse the animal economy un
less nutrition be supplied. Besides, all
animals and the frog is no exception
have a limited term of life, beyond
which their existence cannot endure: so
that the very idea of an animal's sur
viving under any conditions through a
period many thousands of times longer
than nature allows to It Is simply ab
surd. No douoi frogs have been found by
workmen when removing rock from
quarries, and no doubt the men have
firmly believed that the frogs had been
Imbedded In the rock; but then, the
workmen must have been mistaken.
There was no need, therefore, of a cruel
experiment to prove what was already
certain; but the certainty lins never
theless been established by several cru
el experiments. The lute Dr. Rutland
was nt pains to bury a number of frogs
alive. Some of them were immured In
utones; others in plaster; nnd the re
sult was that none of them survived
the second year of their sepulture.
Our Animal Friends.
jM I NOOK A.
John O'Malley nnd Miss Maggie Con
nolly were married at St. Joseph's
church yesterday afternoon. After the
ceremony the newly wedded couple left
for New York and other points of In
terest. James Powell, of the East Strouds
burg State Normal school, was a vis
itor In town yesterday.
Election day passed off as one of the
quietest in a number of years.
A (.rent Majority
has elected Davldow Bros, ns the peo
ple from whom to get great bargains
In watches, jewelry, etc.
James Bonot, of Lake View, Is visit
ing his daughter, Mrs. A. R. Benjamin.
The Ladies' Aid society will meet at
the home of Mrs. Frank Schoonover
Mrs. William Rumford. of Peckvllle,
Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. John
Rev. and Mrs. William G. Frank
were visitors to Scranton on Tuesday.
Everybody C' n Vote
at Davldow Bros.' great auction sale.
Everything goes to the highest bidder.
Ituflalo Lire Stork.
Buffalo, Nov. 3. Cattle Morket firm
gooil light steers. IXT'iuH.KO; common to
good fat cows, $'.'.25:13; veals steady at (la
6; fancy, fG.IKali.iVi. Hogs .Market stenilv;
Yorkers. s3.K5a3.Stt; mediums quiet; pack
ers, (3 T'i83.Kit; itood heavy, $3.35u3.60; siuks,
S2.25u2.7i. Sheep and Lunih.-i Market
stea.ly; common to good, $:i.7.'u4.0: good
native sheep, $2.5fta3.35; Kood Canailus and
ewes nnd wethers sold; common and
bulky lots, Sl.25a4.50.
Sharper Than Spies.
From the Chlcuso Post.
"Have you a platoon of scientists ready
for active service V"
"Yes, sir "
'Deploy them 111 front of the fortifica
tions c. povite our rlnht win with In
structions to turn on the cathode rays and
llinl out Ik w large a force the enemy has
behind those walls."
Chicago Live Stock.
Union Sioek Yards, Nov. 3. Cattle
Market nominal; common to extra steers,
$3.4ua5.25; Blockers and feeder, $2.itia3.iii;
rows alel bulls, tl.5ua3.25: e lives. i:ticS;
I Texans, 2.!5a3.25; western ruiigers, J2.25al,
! Mors .Market llrm and 1'Je. higher;
heavy packing and snipping lots. $..'.:;u.i
3.u; common to choice mixed, $3.25a3.tW;
choice assorted, S3.Sua3.lT; lltrht, $:tta3.iRi;
pig:), $'-'.5'iu3 .55. Sheep .Market firm and
ptc. hlshrr; inferior to choice, $1.75a3.25;
F01 LITER 1,'L fiNO EXTERNAL USE
ITItKSNt) I HEVF.NTS
Odds, Cough, Sore Throat, Influenza, Bron
chitis, PnrumunU, fwelling ol ihe Joints,
FR0;T3iTS, CHILBLMiiS, HiiCCHE,
CPRES THE WORST PAINS In from
one to twenty minutes. NOT ONE HOI.'R
after reading this advertisement need any
one SUFFER WITH PAIN.
Rouway' Kcndy Relief Is a Sure Cure for
l.very Peln, S, tains, Bruises, Pains In the
Back, Chest or t Imbs. It wits the first
and is tile only PAIN RhMfcllY
That Instantly stops the most excr-Kiatlng
pains, allays imiammation, and cures Con
gestions, whelher of the Lungs. Stomach,
Bowels, or other planus or organs, by one
A hnlf to a teaspoonful In half a tumbler
of water will in a few minutes cure
Cramps. Spasms, Sour Stomach, Heart
burn, Nervousness, Sleeplessness, Sick
Headache, Diarrhea, Dysenlery, Colic,
Flatulency anil nil Internal pains.
There is not a remedial agent In the
world that will cure Fever nnd Ague and
all other Malarious, Billions and other
fevers, aided by RADWAY'B PILLS, so
quickly as RADWAY'S READY RKLUOF.
Fifty cents per bottle. Sold by Druggists.
RADWAY fc CO..
SS Elm Street New York.
The Finest In the t Itj
The latest Improved furnish
ing ond apparatus for keeping
meat, latter and eggs.
223 Wyoming Avenue. l
IS IT A TMFLE?
THAT COMMON TROUBLE, ACID
DYSPEPSIA OR SOUR 8T0MACH.
Row Recognized at a Cante of 8erl
Acid dyspepsia, commonly called
heartburn or sour stomach, ts a form
of indigestion resulting from fermen
tation of the food. The stomach being
too weak to promptly digest it, the food
remains until fermentation begins,
filling the stomach with gas, and a
bitter, sour, burning taste in the
mouth Is often present. This condition
soon becomes chronic, and being an
every day occurrence. Is given but
little attention. Because dyspepsia is
not Immediately fatal, many people
do nothing for the trouble.
Within a recent period a remedy has
been discovered prepared solely to cure
dyspepsia and stomach troubles. It ts
known ns Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets
and is now becoming rapidly used and
prescribed as a radical cure for every
form of dyspepsia.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets have been
placed before the public and are sold
by druggists everywhere at EO cents
per package. It is prepared ,y Stuu.it
Chemical Co., Marshall, Mich., and
while It promptly und effectually re
stores a vigorous digestion, at the same
time is perfectly lm unless and will not
injure the most delicate stomach, but
on the contrary by giving perfect di
gestion strengthens the stomach. Im
proves the appetite and makes life
Send for free book on Stomach Dis
eases. Inflammatory lihcuinatism Cured in
Morton L. Hill, of Lebanon, Ind.,
says: "My wife had tnflamatory
rheumatism in every muscle and joint
her suffering was terrible and her
body and face were swollen almost be
yond recognition; had been In bed for
six weeks and had eight physicians but
received no benefit until she tried the
Mystic Cure for Rheumatism. It gave
immediate relief and she was able to
walk about In three days. I am sure
It saved her life." Sold by Carl Lorenz,
druggist, Scranton, 41$ Lackawanna
SPECIAL SALE OF
ORIENTAL RUGS CARPETS
124 Washington Avenue.
BY MICHACLIAN BROS. & CO.
BAGDAD PORTIERES AT $2,00
KARABAGH RUGS AT SS.00
Fins Autinuo Rugs at ?5 pr ent. l.ss than
usually (old. Besides, w lisvu received on
ennsienment a flue lot of Japanese war which
we will sell at cost,
ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
X WEONESDAY, NOV. 4
The Legitimate Irish Comedian,
Oil. I CQNTRRCTOR.
"A tribal to tbe worth and dignity of Irish
character." Ap rfect production of per
feet play. See the ret railroad building
scene; the driving of the "golden spike"; the
blasting of the mountain ravine.
PRICES-Uallery, igc; Balcony, a Rows,
35c; Balance, asc; Orchestra Circle, goes
Orchestra and Parlor Chairs, 7fC.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER g,
Engagement of the Eminent Travel Ian,
THOHAS W. KEENE,
Accomiianlnd by and under the management
of Chas, B. Hanford. Supported by
nre Ri d complete organization, pre.
stinting Shakespeare'! grand tragedy
PKICES-dallery, 15c; Balccny, t row-si
.oci Balance, jici Orchestra Circle, goes
Orchestra, 75c; Parlor Chairs, $1.00.
Tmrday, Friday and Saturday,
NmmbrS, C, 7,
WILLS AND HASTINGS'
Roof 0 Garden
High Class Vaudeville Co..
Introducing .Mil -. Riulta. thi Originnl Flue
trie F.re D incur, with Standing SiO.Olli Cbal.
luxo t the World, Mi? Hialta bol 's the
Etizlisli and American riflils of this Electric
Admission 10, 20 or 30 Cents.
Two performances dally. Doors open mt
1.30 and 7. Curtain rises at 2 30 and Hi.
0.1 HO IDAY, H3VIRBER 9, 8:6,
Wren by the following artists: Airs. K ath
rm Thlele, Snprnnn. Ilrst appv.ir.n.-o; Miss
Katherlne I imhermsn.c.ntralto, Hrst appe-r-an
jf ; Air. J. Alfred Pennington, inninf, drat
appearance; Air. Ernest Thlele, Violinist, first
Tickets, fl.rw: 7.V;. 50o. Pale of ticket will
commence on Nov. ", at 9 a. m.
ON THE LINE OF THt
CANADIAN PACIFIC R'Y
re located the finest Ashing and huntlnc
grounds In the world. Descriptive books
on application. Tickets to all points la
Maine, Canada and Maritime Provinces,
Minneapolis. St. Paul, Canadian and
United States Northwest. Vanrouver
Seattle, Taeoma, Portland, Ore., Ban
First-Class Sleeping and Dining Can
attached to all throught trains. Tourist
ears fully fitted with bedding, curtains
and specially adapted to wanta ot families
may be had with second-class tickets.
Bates always less than via other lines.
For further Information, time tables, eto
on application to
E. V. SKINNER, 0. E. A..
Ma Brocdway, New York.
FOR ONE WEEK -
COMMENCING THURSDAY MORNING, the 20th intt., until Wednesday
night, Nov. 4, 1880, we will offer the following goode at figure named, to
cloea them out. These prices wiH be given THIS WEEK ONLY. That la
ositlve. And no doubt such a big cut will close out the gooda vary rapidly;
therefore, it would be advisable to come as soon as possible If you want to
get any of them. THE SCRANTON CASH STORE.
Ammonia, 15c. bottles .09
Ammonia, I0e. bottles 05
Apple Butter. can OS
Beans, Marrows, quart '...... 06
Beans, Medium, quart 05
Beans, lied Kidney, quart 05
Green Peas, quart 034
Bird Seed Hemp, Raie, Canary, Millet .0s
Bluing;. 15c. bottle .07
Blulna;. 10c. bottle 04
Blaekin, Bartlett's 8c. sue s 02
BUby's, 8c. alee 03
Day & Martin's (English) 25c. Jar 10
Bt-Carbonate Soda,' 10c. package .03tt
Blacvklng, Bartlett's Sc. Else 02
Beverages Root Beer Extract, regular price, 10a .04
Blood Orange Phosphate, Imported, regular SOc 19
Lemon Phosphate, Imported, regular SOc 19
Raspberry Phosphate, Imported, regular 30c 19
California Cherry Wine, regular price, 50c 19
Hawthorn Water, quarts, dot, regular $3.50, now $2.50
Hawthorn Water, pints, dor, regular $2.00 1.23
Cigars Conductors, Black Rabbit. Coay, Blue Labor, San Felelcw
(Union made.) Brotherhood, Our Champion, Bon Flnne, I'lor D
Any of the above are good value at $1.50 a box. We will make
them during this sale at 75c.
La Imperial, 25 in box, vry fine, worth $1.00 50
Prlncessa,, 10 In box; very fine, worth 60c M
Cuban Cheroots, 100 In box; worth $1.50 75
Canned Fish Sardines, Martin ft Col. 'a Imported, 12. .07
Sardines In Mustard, regular 10c .00
Canned Vegetables Canned French Peas, high grade, worth
Canned French Beans, high grade, worth 20c 09
Canned Mushrooms, high grade, worth 25c .10
Canned Pork and Beans, worth 10c 05
Canned Hominy, Hopkins', worth 10c 04
Canned Meats Potted Ham, Wb. tin 09
Potted Ham, Ib. tin 05
Chocolate Baking, per lb., worth 40o . -25
Sweet, cake, worth 7c Ottf
Coco, Htb. tin, worth 25c 18
Cheese, York Stat Full Cream, worth 12c 09
Candy, a good mixture, worth 16c .OT
Licorice, by the box, worth 76c $9
Dulse (Irish) lb. worth 20c 10
Extracts I oi. bottle Lemon, worth 0o .28
Colonial Food, package worth 10c 04
Breakfastlna, package worth 10a 4
Herbs Sage, package worth to 0J
Thyme, package worth 5c -01
Sweet Marjoram, worth 5c 02
Hops Pound, worth 25o 10
M pound, worth 13c Of
M pound, worth 8c 04
Lamp Burners Large, worth 15c
Medium, worth 10c $
Mandoline, per box, worth 10c 04
Nuts English Walnuts, worth 10c 07
Pecans, worth 10c 07
Filberts, worth 10c 07
Princess Paper Shell Almonds, worth 25c 15
Soft Shell Almonds, worth 2So
Olives, small bottle, worth 10c 03
Olive Oil L. A. Price's best Imported, quarts, worth $1.00 59
L. A. Price's best Imported pints, worth 60c 30
L. A. Price's best Imported, H pints, worth 30c 19
Domestic Oil Quarts .20
Preserves 20 lb. pall, worth $1.25 75
10 lb. pall, worth 75c .' 40
5 lb. pall, worth 40a 29
Pickles Crosse ft Blackwell's half pints, worth 25c IS
Rosaline, quartt, worth 60c..., 25
Rosaline, plots, worth 25c 12
Chile Sauco, McMechen's, worth 25c .10
Helnts's Mtastard Dressing, worth 15c -0$
Heintz'a Pickles, worth 0c -08
Preserves in bottles, McMechen's, 25c 10
Durkees' Salad Dressing Large, 60c 30
Mt. Dessert Boneless Herring, 10c. box 07
Mt.Dessert Boneless Halibut, 10c. box 07
Bottle Mustard, worth 10c '. 03
Small, 25c 1
Jelly 30 lb. pall, worth 90c .0
20 lb. pall, worth 70c. 48
Raspberries, in bottles, German finest Imported,, worth 75.... .39
Strawberry, German finest Imported, worth 75c 39
Scotch Marmalade, jars, worth 25c 12
Old Virginia Currant Jelly, home made, worth 25c 10
Old Virginia Crab Apple, worth 25c 10
Pie Preparation, packages Peach, Mince, Apple, Cherry, etc, .01
Soups Royal Brand, 3 It., can, worth 20c 07
Soups English Nobility, 3 lb. can, worth 10c .05
Soaps Moulson's 3-tb. bar, worth 25c .If
Moulson's 1-Ib. bar, worth 7c 03
Sunlight, 25c. package 17
Congo Tar, 5c package 03
Barber's Sb&vlng Soap, cake, 5c 0S
Castile, imported bar, worth 75c 39
Soap Poviler 4-lb. package, worth 20c 12
1-Ib. package, worth 10c 02
9 o'clock Tea,' 6c 03
Starch Diamond, regular price, 10c 03
Saleratus, pounds, 6c. 3
Stove Polish, Rex, bottles, 10c 02
Tobacco Dug, Every Day, Plug, Big 4, Hustler, Pig Tail, Pin
Any of th above are worth 30c. pound, and some of them as
high as 60c. We will close them out at 13c. tb.
Best Kertucky, a fine smoking tobacco, 5c. papers 02
Nigger Hair, in foil similar to Navy and just as good 03
We have some odd brands ot tobacco that we will tell at half
price. Wood and Willow Ware Clothes Baskets Large 40
Wash Boards, from 9c. to 20c
Scrub Brushes, worth 15c 01
Shoe and Stove Brushes at half price.
Whitewash Brushes, worth 50c. 19
Rolling Pin OS
Cedar Tubs Large, $1.00 65
Medium, fJSc 49
Small, 65c. 39
Painted Tubs Large, tOc. 50
Medium, 45c. 40
Small. 60c 30
Market Baskets, worth 60c. IS
Instantine Bug Destroyer, 10c. box , .05
And there are probably other good that we will run across or have
omitted, that we will offer In the eame proportion. We mutt say again that
we cannot continue this sale for e longer time than one week, end will with
draw each line from the Mat as eoon doted out
TMK SCRANTON CASH S TO BSC,