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THE SOR ANTON TRIBUNE-TUKSDAT MORNING-, ITEBKTTAllT 2, 1S0T.
I A DAMASCUS NIGHT.
A Being an Extract from the
Author of "Under
Copyright, 1807, by
It was the ninth ot July, 1SC0. The de
clining afternoon uhh sultry, nml there
was scarcely a hrentli of ulr stirring In
this poplar trees. I was Mlttlinr with
my friend VIMIa in one of the ilnrniln
KimleiiH, sIpphiK sherliet nml mnoUtiitf
u rlilliouk, when my uttontlon wus nt
traeteil liy I ho uproar. A v.lthur pliiy
ei, who was Hqvmttlng upon one of the
elevated stands, had Just ceased play
Iiik. "There must ho a fiiuirrel In one of
the bazars," said Vltells lazily.
"1 pray that It be none of our people,"
"One of those troublesome llruses,
"I do not fancy the presence of those
turbulent fellows In the city. ThuV are
ever bent on lwikliiK tumble."
Just then there was the report of n
cun or pistol, followed by a series of
piercing cries. Uoth of us started to
our feet. Never In our previous ex
perience had such a thing happened.
"What could it mean?
"We had best look into this," Vitelis
said, and together wo hastened towards
the entrance to the iriiiilcii. As we
emeiged upon the highway leading to
I'nlmyrn, wo encountered a camel
driver with his laden beast. The man
vtas a denizen of the desert, lean and
"Accursed Christians!" cried he, and
he sntit at us as we passed him.
We were not unaccustomed to such
treatment from some of the more fanat
ical Mussulmans, and iruve no heed to
"Are you armed?" I asked my friend,
although we were not supposed to car
ry weapons. "There may bo serious
"I have a dirk," answeied he.
"I am no better off than you." I
As we crossed one of the branches
of the Barada, and diew within sight of
St. Thomas' gateway, which those who
speak Arabic call the Uab Tuma, there
was not a soul In sight.
"Strange!" cried Vitelis. "I never
knew the gateway to bo deserted lie
fore. JSven the guard has disap
peaiod." AVe broke into a brisk trot. Beneath
our feet the thick dust rose In puffs
like white powder. As we reached the
decrepit outer archway we again heard
the report of ilrcarms and renewed
"Great God! It is a massacre!" my
'A massacre! I had not thought of
that, though a month before dark
threats had reached my ears. Not by
nature inclined to look upon the
gloomy side of things, I had allowed
myself to believe that there was no dan
ger of such a crisis, and now
As we sprang within the walls, out
from the corner of nn abutment where
lie had been concealed leaped the sen
try. Vitelis was a pace in advance, and
did not see the murderous soldier, who
y K i
JUST THEN THERE "WAS THE KE
I'OltT OF A GUN.
stabbed him through the back with a
bayonet before I could raise a hand in
his defense. Forward on his face he
fell, and the wretch turned on inc. The
cowardly assault upon my friend tilled
me with a blind rage, and I closed In
with his assailant before ho had an op
portunity to use his weapon. To and
fro we swayed, now slipping upon the
uneven stones, now staggering against
the wall. Suddenly my antagonist
stumbled backward over a projecting
puint of pavement, and down I came
Nature intended that
every woman should
look forward to the com
ing of her baby with joy
and hope, unclouded by
anxiety. Almost pain
less parturition is quite
the usual thing among
liven in our own country
it occasionally happens
with women in robust
health and good condi
tion. It ought to be the
rule instead of the excep
tion ; and it is a fact that
a very large proportion
of the usual pain and suf
fering may be avoided by
looking after the mother's general health,
and specially strengthening the particular
organs concerned in parturition.
Many mothers havu been brought through
the trying time almost painlessly by the aid
of Dr. l'ierce's I'avonte Prescription. It
prepares the system for delivery by im
parting the organic strength and elasticity
which the mother specially needs ;shotteti3
the time of labor and of confinement ; pro
motes the secretion of abundant nourish
'inent for the child and fortifies the entire
constitution against the after period of ile-
Iiressiou and weakness. It's use should
legin in the early months of gestation the
earlier the better.
Mrs. i'keii Hunt, of Gtinvillr.Sehrntctady Co.,
A'. J'., says: " I read about Dr. Tierce's l'avorite
Prescription being so good for a woman with
child, so I got tuo bottles last September, and
.uecemocr 13111, 1 nau a iweive-pouna uauy gin,
When 1 was couhtitu 1 was 1101 sict many way.
I did not Eutirr iniv pain, and when the child
I did not Eutirr iniy palu, and when the child
wns born I walked into another room and weut
nto another room and weut
to bed. I never had nu after-pain or any other
pain. Tills Is the eighth child nnd the largest
of them all, I suffered everything that flesh
could suffer with the other babies, 1 always had
h doctor and then he could not help me very
much, but this time my mother nml mylmahand
were alone with me. My baby was only seven
days old when I got up nml dressed and left my
loom and stayed up all day."
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.iijststa -mmtr &
Journal of Andreas Dorian.
with my full weight upon him. He be
gan to screech lustily for assistance,
but 1 got my fingers upon his throat
unit choked his villainous life out as
I would have choked a venomous rep
tile. As T scrambled to my feet, T discov
ered ills cried had attracted attention,
for down one of the streets leading to
the gateway I saw several men hurry
ing, and they were Moslems. They
shouted madly when they observed me,
and came onwaid with double energy.
1 cast one glance at the prone body
'ff W J flit l" f
"ACCUnSKD CHRISTIAN!" CRIRD IIR.
of my friend, who T knew to-be be
yond all human help (It was the last
time I ever looked upon him), nnd tied
with desperate speed along one of the
highways leading: toward the heart of
the Christian quarter.
There was nothing to prevent nie.had
I had only my own safety In mind,
from returnlnu' whither I had come, or
seeking shelter In .some one of the
other numerous gardens within the
walls. True, my own kin were In dan
ger, for my uncle, with whom I had re
sided since my parents' death, had sev
eral weeks previous gone with his en
tire family to Iieyrout, wheie he had
business interests, leaving me In charge
of his Damascus bazar. But there was
one to whom It was quite possible
that harm might come, If, as seemed
to be the case, a general massacre of
the Christians had been precipitated
one in whom were bound up all my
heart's hopes, Glance Vlnchos, who
dwelt with her mother and brother
hard by the Greek chinch.
It was from this vicinity, or at least
so I fancied, that the sounds came which
Vitelis and I had Ilrst heard. In this
quarter dwelt several priests, a class
especially obnoxious to the Moham
medans, and hence It seemed likely that
It was near to the home of my be
trothed that the beginning ot the out
rage hod occurred, a fact which tilled
me with the gravest apprehension the
more I pondered upon It. I realized,
now that blood has been shed,, that
the fanatical Moslems of the city, and
the Druses who had recently come in
from the HaiTTan and Lebanon, would
pause at nothing. A crusade of murder
and rapine throughout the whole Chris
tian section vp.s likely to ensue. I
suspected that even the soldiers would
join In the pillage, and would not hes
itate to avail themselves of nn oppor
tunity to plunder.
Chaos had Indeed come. No tie. no
spot would be held sacred. My only
hope wus thut the disturbance was ns
yet confined to the streets, and that
the furious Moslems had not begun to
attack the Christian houses.
While these thoughts were chasing
through my brain, I strained every en
ergy in eluding my pursuers. The
street was tortuous, and I feared at
each turn I might encounter others
hostile to me, but I did not. I was now
approaching a vicinity with which I
wns perfectly familiar, a quarter where'
I knew every dwelling, every lane and
every blind alley. Suddenly I heard a
disturbance directly ahead upcm my
left whither the highway was leading
me. Garbed as I was, I knew that to
advance was to run directly Into the
lion's Jaw. On my right was a narrow
lane which bent clrcultously In the
direction of the city walls. Into this
I dashed. , My pursuers were not In
sight, and hope gave me renewed
A change of clothing, a disguise, that
was what 1 must obtain. Hut how!
Ah! there was Kurla lSvander. Madnmo
Kvnnder, ns the French would sny.
Why had I not thought of her before.
Her house communicated with the
very lane which I was following. Tills
good woman, who had thus provldcn
tlully come into my mind, was a widow
with whose husband my uncle had had
extensive dealings in years past. It
was, to Kvunder, a Greek who had
lapsed from 'orthdoxy to Islamlsm,
that many Palniyrenes, Druses nnd
Iledoulns disposed of whatever they
hud for sale. He acted as 11 kind of
middleman, and not only purchased
but bartered, going on trading expedi
tions Into the outlying region far nnd
near. Although ho had been s veral
yeari dead, I knew that his widow
an old acquaintance of my aunt's
must still have in her possesion some
of the. gnnnents worn by her husband
In his many comings mid goings, for
Kvander was wont to dress after the
manner of the people among whom he
At length I reached a doorway In the
wall, 'communicating with a passage
which, In turn, gave ocoess to the
house. I was aware that this entrance
was ipilte as much In use nR the more
pretentious one, Inasmuch ns the lane
way afforded a qulcked inoaiiB of gain
ing the largo bazars tltnh the wider
tliroroughfaro which the dwelling
1 pulled a ringing summons upon
the bell, and wnlted In anxious sus
pense, listening for footsteps both
without nnd within. Very soon 1 heard
quick footfalls along the passage, and
a voice which I recognized as Madame
Evander's, called: '
"Who Is there?"
" 'TIs I, Andreas Dorian," I an
swered. "There Is a massacre of the
Christians, nnd I am pursued."
Instantly she began to undo the
fastenings, and In a few seconds I was
by her side.
(To lie Continued.)
Tills evening that eminent Irish
comedian, Daniel Sully will, by spe
cial arrangement, pay Hcranton a re
turn visit and will appear nt the
Frothlnghnni in that remarkably suc
cessful Irish comedy, "O'lirlon, til"
Contractor." Mr. Sully Is admitted to
be the best rugged Irish comedlnn on
the stage today. "O'lirlon. the Con-
tractor" was written exprcnsly "for
him and It llts perfectly the peculiari
ties of Sully's style .of acting. Tli.-
coldest person, It Is said, could not sit
through Its production without being
Wilton Lnckaye, surrounded with the
best company that hns ever been or
ganized with the exception of the "all
star cast" which presented "The Ri
vals," will come to the Frothlnghnni
tomorrow evening. The play will be
"Dr. Relgraff," by Charles Klein, and
Is said to be strong in interest and un
conventional in construction. It Is
somewhat on the theme of "Trilby" and
the title role similar to "Svengall"' a
character Mr. I.ackaye created and
made famous. Ills support Is cer
tainly the most notable that has ever
surrounded a star. Marie Walnwright
Is the leading lady of the company.
Alice Evans, the ingenue In the cast,
has been a conspicuous member of
Iloyt & McKce's companies for sev
eral years. Caroline Frnnklyn has so
excellent an authority as James A.
Ilearne to credit her with ability of
the highest order. Miss Frankly n
played the leading role In Mr. Hearne's
production of "Shore Acres" last sea
son, nnd mnde a distinct success. For
rest Robinson, who has a strong heroic
part in Mr. Lackaye's play, was last
season the leading man of Charles
Frohmnn's "Lost 1'nradlse" company.
The sale of seats has been very large
and the engagement promises to be
one of the most successful of the sea
son In Scranton.
PERSONALLY CONDUCTED TOURS
MATCHU-SS IN EVERY I'EATURB.
Tours to CALIFORNIA and the PACI
FIC 1 'OAST uill louw New York and
l'hlladelphin Feb. 21, stopping at New Or
leans during Mnrili CJrus festivities, and
allowing four weeks In California, and
MuriiiST, returnlnu on reituhir trains with
in nine mouths. Round trip rates from all
points on 1 he IVnnsylvnnUi Railroad sys
tem east of Pittsburg: IKO.un for tour of
Feb. 'J I, and 210.00 for tour of .March 27.
Jacksonville tours, allowing two weoks
In Floilda. will leave New York and Phil
adelphia Feb. 0 and 2:1, and Mulch 9, lb37.
Rate covering expenses en route In both
directions, $3i.uo from New York, and Jlsj.OO
Tours, each covering a period of three
days, will leave New York and Philadel
phia Feb. 11, .Match 11, April 1 and 22, and
May 13, 1SD7.
Kates, Including transportation and two
days' accommodation at the best Wash
ington hotels, jh.&i from New York, and
M1.G0 from Philadelphia.
OLD POINT COMFORT TOURS
UiriUKNINil UIKI-Cr OK VIA
RICHMOND and WASHINGTON,
will leave New York and 1'lillnilehjhlu
Feb. 20, March IS and April 1G, 1SD7.
For detailed Itineraries nnd other Infor
mation, apply at ticket ugencles, or ad
diess Ueorge . Boyd. uslstant general
pasKenger agent, Broad street station,
H . .. sa
GAIL BORDEN I
1 Has No Equal
H SOLD EVERVWHURa
TUESDAY. 9 A. M.
184 Market St., Newark, N. J.
1 19 Fulton St., ' - New York,
Have purchased, the entire stock of Morris J. Davidow, con
sisting of $50,000 worth of Men's, Youths' and Children's
Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Furnishings and Hats at Fifty
Cents on the Dollar.
This is a bonafide purchase and the goods will be sold
at 222 Lackawanna Avenue
AT ONE-HALF THE ORIGINAL SELLING PRICE.
ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES.
One Thousand Dollars will be given to the party who
proves that this is not a gen nine clearing sale.
We can furnish the affidavits of two of the most promi
nent lawyers of Scrautou to the fact of this purchase.
Mr. M. J. Davidow's lease expires April 1, and being
large manufacturers of men's, 3'ouths' and children's cloth
ing, we have no room for this stock in our eastern stores.
Good buyers and good dressers will avail themselves of
this great opportunity to buy high class clothing at less
than their cost of manufacture.
This is no ordinary clearing-up or special sale. Noth
ing like it has ever occurred iu Scrautou and its vicinity.
INK! REU ! REMEMBER THE SVEEPINB FRIGE REDBGTIOM 1
Ulsters and Great Coats.
JM. J. D.'s.
8 and $6 Ulster reduced
to the uniform price of $3.00
$12.00 and 10.00 American
Frieze, deep collar, for 5.0()
$14.00 and 12.00 Imported
Beavers, Kerseys and
rough chinchilla 7.50
Winter overcoats cut to
conform exactly with the
season, stvle straight
square back and full fronts.
$io.oo, 8.00 and 6.00
Overcoats all at the
uniform price, some
excellent values 5.00
$14.00 and 12.00 American
beavers and chinchilla
and kersey, excellent
value, blue, black and
$iS.oo and 16.CO Kersey
and chinchilla, ele
gantlv lined and well
$26.00, 24.00 and 22.00 I111- (
ported ' kerseys of
make, worsted lined
sleeves "and shoulders,
heavy silk lined 12.00
A Specimen of
Our Suit Values.
$7.50-6.00 American home
spun sack suits, serge
lined, sewed with silk 3.50
$io.oo-S.oo cheviot and
cassimeres, sack suit,
serge lined, hand made
button holes 5,'00
and twees, sack suit,
serge and Italian
lined, sewed with silk,
hand made button
1S.00-16.00 English clay
worsted, single and
d o u b I e b rcusle d
heather mixture, diag
onal worsted cheviots 8.00
$30.00-28.00-26.00 The fin
est imported worsted
and lined as the finest
'merchant tailor's 15.00
Coats and Vests,
$12.00 imported clay diago
nal serge lined, hand
made button holes.. 6.50
$18.00 Imported clay diog
onal, heavy weave,
good quality 9.50
$26.00-24.00 liest grade of
clays, material used
hv finest tailors onlv 12.50
Sale Begins Tuesday Morning at
O'Clock at 222 Lacka. Avenue.
Of New York, and Newark, N. J.,
PURCHASERS OF THE STOCK OF MORRIS J. DAVIDOW.
M. J. D.'s
mixtures . .
$3.00 Worsted, cassimere,
cheviot, all wool....
$4.00-3.50 Worsted cassi
mere cheviot and
$1.50 Black cheviot, single
and double breasted,
2 piece child suits. .. ., .75
$2.00 Black cheviot, fancy
mixtures, 2 piece suits 1.00
$3.00 black cheviot, fancy
mixtures, Harris cas
simere, 2 piece suits 1,50
Reefers with sailor and vel
vet collars for
$1.50, $2.00, $2.50
Formerly sold for 3.00,
To introduce our
Boys' knee pants, from 3
to 15 years old, 9
cents a pair, 3 for 25c.
Can't be purchased
elsewhere for 25c.
$2.50-2.00 Choice of any of
these 'hats, Derbys
and Alpines 1.65
$4.00-3.00 Choice of any of
these hats, Derbys
50c Natural wool shirts
and drawers; each...
$1.00 Natural wool shuts
and drawers, each...
$1.00 Camel hair wool
shirts and drawers
75c Whits merino shirts
and drawers, each ....
$1.50 Scarlet flannel, medi
cated shirts and
consisting of Techs. Four-
in-Hands, Imperials and
Iloisery at half price. 3
50c genuine guyot suspen
ders 50c silk h'd'k'fs, hemstit
ched E. W. collars
" " cuffs
4 ply linen collar
4 " " cuff
Crook handle, natural
wood, silver tipped
canes, worth $1,00. ..
124-126 Wyoming Ave
FEBRUARY Untisxially extensive ar
rangements for bargain offer
ings have been made by us
tor this entire month.
CLOAKS, JACKETS, ETC,
75 ladles' Kersey, boucle and Irish
frieze Jacket", liair-llued, shield
fronts; woith $G.OO and $7.lW. Ue- r0 no
dlleed l'lleo ipOiUO
2j filler quality Kersey, boiiele nnd
Irish frieze, some half-lined and
some all lined; values $8.00 to fl QO
$10.00. Reduced l'rlcu IJrTiiJO
CO finer quality boutie. astrakhan,
Kersey and Irish frieze, emit
and empire styles; worth from (ft! QQ
$10.00 to $12.00. Reduced Price... $JiUO
MmlH'olriuriv.s, Laces, 151c.
We will have on display Monday. Pel).
1st, u complete line of cambric nainsook
and Swiss embroideries. We offer same at
prices to suit everybody.
Special sale of 7,000 yards cambric nain
sook and Swiss embroideries that we
hoiiKht at r,0c. on the dollar; prices will
runce from tip. to 2oc. a yard. This Is one-
half of regular prices.
(ircat Pearl liiitton Purchase.
We boiiRht i.oOO kioss of penrl buttons
at We. on the dollar from one of the largest
pearl button manufacturers In the country
who Is retiring from business. We have
divided the entire lot:
GOO dozen pearl buttons, nil staple
sizes; a dozen
DM dozen extra line pearl buttons;
"00 dozen flue pearl buttons, "3c.
kind; a dozen
200 dozen smoked pearl buttons;
50 dozen fine large pearl buttons,
GOe. kind; a dozen
CO dozen men's natural wool shirts
nnd drawers, made and trimmed
In the best manner; worth $1.00.
79 dozen men's mixed half hose,
full seamless; worth 10c. Our
Price, four pairs for
SI dozen misses' fast black cotton
hose, full fceamless, sizes G to 8',.,;
worth 15c. Our price, three palis
38 dozen misses' black wool hose,
full seamless, sizes G to S1,",;
worth 23c. Our Price
12 gross Cnstlle, Lemon Juice and
Buttermilk soap; formerly sold
at 10c. a box. Our Price, a box
of three cakes
Hu Moved to Hl New Quarters.
402 Lackawanna Avenue.
Entrance on ntdo noxt to First National
Bank. Ue hus now in a
Comprising nverythlnfc reqnluito for fine
Merchant Tailoring. And tho Ba:no can
bo shown to ndvantage in his splen
didly fitted up ruomo.
A SPECIAL INVITATION
Id Extended to All Readers ot The Trib
une to C.ll on "OLD RELIABLE" In Ills
New Business Home
'SWJi $F5V " lan
10th Day. M ti.ii nf Mn
THE GPKAT ;:oth l)ay.
produces tlu alien n result In UO days. Itacti
lion orfully and quickly. Cures when all others fall.
Youiiuinrn Mill regain their lofct laanuouil, ami old
inin ulll recoier their youthful vntor by unlnx
KIJVIVO. It quickly and Mirelyrektorrs Nenoua
ncsn, Lost Vitality, Impotency, NljUtly Unilksions,
Lost Power, l'allliii! Memory, WasthiB Dlsca-en.aud
all cIR-cU of Mli-abuM) or exccibaiul tndlM.-n.tion,
ivlueli unfits oue tor B-udy. bminei-s nr uiarrlau-u. It
uot only cures by fc'jirtms at the, seat of il.jeaso. but
fsanreat iicriMtiinlo and blood ImllUi-r, brlnz
icu back tho pink slow to nalo ehei-lcsaodre-btorlmi
the, llro of youth. It wards off Jnkanlty
ana Consumption. Insltt on bavins KKVIVO, no
other. It can ho carried In vebt pocket, liy mcll,
81.00 per packace, or tU tor 35.00, with n poll
tlvo writ ton guurunteo to euro or refund
the money. Clrcularfroe. Address
ROYf !. HFDICINE CO.. B3 River St., CHICAGO, ll'
lor salo by ftlA'ITtlUWS UKUs.. urui
lllst Suruiiton, fa.
Schedule In liffect November 15, iS?3.
Trains Leave Wilkes-Barre as Follows
7.30 a, m., week days, for Sunbury,
Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington, and for Pitts
burp; and the West.
10.15 a. m., week days, for Hazleton,
Pottsvllle, Reading, Norristown,
and Philadelphia; and for Sun
bury, Harrisburg, Philadelphia,
Baltlmoro, Washington and Pitts,
burg and the West.
3.15 p. m.i week days, for Sunbury,
Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington and Pittsburg
and the West.
3.15 p m., Sundays only, for Sun
bury, Harrisburg, Philadelphia,
and Pittsburg and the West.
Q.00 p. m., week days, for Hazloton
J. R. WOOD, Oen'l Pass, Agent.
S. M. "RUVOST, Ueneral Manager.
feW f3 fiESI1ES VITALITY,
"' - mhfirP' S
LEHIGH VAL.L15Y RAILROAD SVS-
Anthracite Coal Used Exclutlvely Insur
ing Cleanliness and Comfort.
IN KPKKCT NOV. 1G, 1890.
TRAINS IjKAVH SCRANTON.
I'or Philadelphia and Now York via D.
,f I. II. It. at C.J3, 7.13 nr-Tfi., 12.03, 1.20, 3.33
(Hlnck Diamond Express) nnd 11.30 p. in.
or Plttston nnd Wllkcs-Harro via. D.
;h,.& W. U. R O.OO, 8.08, 11.20 a. in,, 1.D3
3.40, 6.00 nnd S.I7 p. m.
i'or White Haven, Hazloton, Pottsvllle,
SJ1, T-!,rlile.l,al Points In tho coal regions
P. m I1, n" M n' m" 12-03 ttnd 4,u
HK0,r. ne'"lehom, Kaston, Reading, Hnr
iir.! Ki a,.ul i"1'lrll'"l Intermediate sta-
o,rS ,vij U" C.43. 7.43 n. m
4:iiJnmiii:lfp,(!n,.uck mamoni Ex"res9)-
rur 'i'UllKlinminnlf Wnuni1 TCImlrn.
ft ., " - iUllllllUUt ui"1""!
"101111 Lxpress), 9.30 nml 11,30 p. in.
i unman parlor and sleeping or Lehigh
,,?, l" elinlr cars on all trains between
"'ihes-iJnrre and New York, Phlladel-
iM.ui, uumuo anu suspension Bridge,
rinoU)J'KIN,.n W1L.UUR, Gen. Supt.
"a ' S' I'I''Kl Gen 1tt93- A8t I'hlla..
A. V. NONNEMACHEH, Asst. den
I ass. Agt South Hethlehem, Pa.
Scranton Ofllce, 309 Lackawanna avenue.
Wei., Lackti. and Western,
Effect Monday, October 19, 1890.
Trains leave Soranton as follows: Ex
, inSSo Kr .N.SW Volk ""'I 'l points East,
1.40. .'.50. u.U, 8.00 and 9.G3 a. m.j 1.10 and
3.33 p. in.
Express for Enston. Trenton, Phlladel
i in !,I,"U,'.,U South, G.1G, 8.00 nnd 9.53 a. m.
v i i ,J- "'
.i uiKiuii ami wnv stations. 3.45 n. m.
P. HI., making Close Pomiontlnna nt llllffnln
L "'' Points iii tho West, Northwest and
Path accommodation, 9.1G a. m.
iilnghamton and wuy stations, 1.03 p. m.
rvlcholson accommodation, G.13 p. m.
Iilnghamton and Elmlra. express, G.G5
P. m, '
Express for Utlcn. and Richfield Springs,.
-3j ii. m. and 1.G3 p. m.
Ithaca 2.33 und Duth 9.15 a, in., nnd l.GS
For Northumberland, Plttston, Wllkcs-
m1'0' 'ymoutli, Uloomsburg nnd Dan
ville, making close connection at North
umberland for Wllllamsport, Hnrrlsburg,
Baltimore, Washington and the South.
Northumberland and Intermediate sta
tions, 0.00, 9.G3 a. m., and 1.D5 and 6.00 p. m.
Itnntlcoke and Intermediate stations, 8.0S
and 11.20 u. m. Plymouth and Intermediate
stations, 3.40 and 8.47 p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches on
all express trains. '
For detailed lnformatlon,voocket tlmo
tables, etc., apply to M. L. Smith, city
ticket ofllce, 328 Lackawanna avenue, or'
depot ticket office.
Central Kuilroad of Now Jersey.
(Lehigh and Susquehanna Division.)
Anthracite coal used uxcluslvely, insur
ing cleanliness nnd comfort.
TI.MK TAHI.B IN EFFECT JAN. 23, 1891.
Trains leave Scranton for Plttston,
Wllkes-liarro, etc., at 8.20, 9.15, 11.30 a. in.,
12. IS, 2.00, 3.03, n.OO. 7.10 p. m. Sundays 9.00,
a. m 1.00, 2.15, 7.10 p. m.
For Atlantic City, 8.20 a. m.
For Now York, Newark and Elizabeth,
8.20 (express) a. m 12.15 (express with Buf
fet parlor car), 3.05 (express) p. m. Sun.
day, 2,15 p. m. Train leavlnp 12.45 p. m.
arrives at Philadelphia, Reading Terrain,
al, 5.22 p. m. and New York 6.00 p. m.
For Xlauch Chunk, Allentown, Bethle
hem, Kaston and Philadelphia, S.20 a. m.(
12.43. 3.03, 5.00 (except Philadelphia) p. m.
Sunday, 2.15 p. m.
For Long Branch, Ocean Grove, etc., at
s.u a. in. anil l.ift p. m.
For L,akewood, 8.20 a. m.
For Heading, Lebanon and Harrlsburp,
via Allentown, 8.20 a. m., 12.43, 5.00 p. m.
Sunday, 2.15 p. m.
For Pottsvllle, 8.20 a. m., 12.45 p. m.
Returning leave New York, foot of Lib
erty street, North River, at 9.10 (express)
a. m 1.10, 1.30. 4.15 (express with Buffet
parlor car) p. m. Sunday, 4.30 a. m.
Leave Philadelphia, Reading Terminal,
0.00 a. in., 2.00 and 4.30 p. m. Sunday, 6.25
ThroiiRh tickets to all points at lowest
rates may be had on application In ad
vance to the ticket agent at tho station.
II. P. BALDWIN,
Gen. Pass. Agt.
J. IT. OLHAUSKN, Gen. Supt.
On Monday. Nov. 23,
trains will leavo Scran
ton as follows:
For Carbondale 5.15,
7.53, 8.55, 10.15, a. m.;
12.00 noon: 1.21, 2.20, 3.52,
5.25, 0.25, 7.57, 9.10, 10.30,
11.55 n. m.
Fnr Alhnnv. Saratoga. Montreal. Bos
ton, New England points, etc. 5.43 a. m.;
2.20 p. m.
For Honesdale 5.43, 8.55, 10.15 a, m.; 12.00
noon, 2.20, 5.23 p. in.
For Wllkes-Barre (3.43, 7.43, S.45. 9.3S,
10 43 a. m.; 12.05, 1.20, 2.2S, 3.33, 4.41, COO,
7.50, 9.30. 11.30 p. m.
For New York, Philadelphia, etc., via
Lehigh Valley Railroad 0.45, 7.45 a. m.;
1"03' 1.20, 3.33 (with Black Diamond Ex
press), 11.30 p. m.
For Pennsylvania. Railroad points 0.4a,
9 3S a in, : 2.30, 4.41 p. m.
For western points, via Lehigh Valley
Rallroad-7.45 a. m.: 12.03. 3.33 (With Black
Diamond Express) 9.50, 11.30 p. m.
Trains will arrive at Scranton at follows:
From Carbondale and tho north C.49,
7 40 8 40, 9.34, 10.10 a. m.: 12.00 noon; 1.03,
' 3 23 4.37, 5.45, 7.43, 9.45 and 11.23 p. m.
"' From ' Wllkes-liarro and the south 5.40,
7 50 8.50, 10.10, 11.55 a. m.; 1.10, 2.14, 3.43,
5" C.21, 7.53, 9.03, 9.45. 11.52 p. m.
j'"V RL'RDICK, G P. A, Albany, N. Y.
H. W. Cross, D. P. A Scranton, Pa,
lirlo and Wyoming Valley,
Effective Jan. 4, 1S97.
Trains will leave Scranton for New
York, NewbiifKh and Intermediate points
on Erie, also for Hawley and local points,
at 7.03 a. m. and 2.28 p. m.; and arrive from
above points at 10.33 a. m. and 9.3S p. m.
Ill I'.tfvct October 1 tli, S!)0.
;;,," ubovii ami principal Intermediates
stations via D.. U & w. R. R 6.00, 8.03,
tV"" 12'20 "'V1 3.40 p. in.
vJnl V.ein,eva' Rochester, Hultnlo, Niagara
Vii 't ,lent'tJ-nnd n" Points west vln D.
U. 11. 11.. 7 1 ii ... I.M ...ytii ,. rti., -
II in nn
''j .... .inn uL'i'umniouiiiion, u.iu p, in.
,Ji':.xp'r?s f.01- Ulnghnmton, Oswego, El
Mo. ' t-0''"1". "ath, Dansville, Mount
iiotrls nnd Hufrnln ihwi 9 t; ... n,i 1 r-
North Hound. Month round,
i03 aoil L'02(VUt
m i Stations -, P .,
p, ji R CI w ftj jj
g S w .(Trains Dally, Ex-g g, '3
3 Y. I cept Sunday ) 3 ig a
v Ji.e MiArrlve Leave ii si
7 25N. Y. Franklin St 7 to ....
.... 7 10 West nd street .... 7.15 . ..
.... m'00 Weeliawken ...Jsio ....
.... Ip m'A rrlve Leave a tr it
lisilancock Junction -irb ...;
109 Hancock gii ....
latr, Ktarllght ... 3 22 ....
1816 Preston Park 831 ....
18 40 como 2 41 ....
1885 1'oyntelle 85) ....
1811 lielniont 859 ....
1803 Pleasant -Mt 3C0 , .
11159 Unlondolo .... sc' . ..
Ill 49 Forest city a 19 ...
.... nro.1184 carbondalo 7011 S3I1 ....
.... rn isfuso White urhige rr or ta 38, ...
....in is nisi .Mayruia 1: li'is d ....
fi 41111811 Jermyn 714 3 45....
....I cavil 18' Archibald 7 30 851.'.
.... 1)331115 Wlllton 788 3M . ..
.... ii -.'8 1111 1'eckvllle 7 37 3 .w ..
.... II S3 11 07 OlyphAtlt 7 33,4 04 ...
.... (',30110.-)! I'rlcebure 73.4 4n7 ....
.... G 18 11 03' Throop 7 80 4 W , '
.... B ISllOfl, J'rnvinenco 7 80 nil,...
.... i8flC07i I'ark riaco rr 41 ij 171 ..
... 0101055 Ecran'on 745 48JT..
r mU h Leave Arrive 1 nr l
11 trains run itully cxcoiit fiundav.
f. slgntlles that tiatus stop on signal for pas
sengers. secure rates via Ontario Western befoio
purchasing tickets and sare money. Bay ami
Night K 1 press to the West. '
J.C, Anderson, Oen. pass AKt.
T. Flltcrott, VU. rasa, Agt, scranton, l'a
Houses for Sale and for Rent.
If you contemplate purchuslng or leas
ing a house, or want to Invest In u lot,
see the lists ol desirable property on
page 3 ul 'I he Tribune.