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TITE SOUANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MOHNTNtt, FEIVRTJAllY tf, 1S97.
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DAMASCUS NIGHT. 4
Being an Extract from the Journal of Andreas Dorian. X
Author of "Under
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On the Utli of July, 1H00, Andicas Dot Ian,
i Christian, resident of Damascus, and a
Menu, are attacked by u Turkish sentry,
tin- massacre ot Christinas hnviiiK com
mi need. A ml mm escapes, liiil bethinks
himself of Ills sweetheart. Oiauce Aiaehoi,
wlni llves'ln the threatened ciunrtor. Au
di i.ih makes his way to the house of Mine.
i:anilor, for the purpose of obtaining a
iii'TUlite in which to search for the rescue
(.l.'Ui'o. He Is pursued on the way, but
i allies the house In safety.
"I suspected from the sounds what
was happening;." slip until, as 1 fol
lowed her to the Inner court. "I mn
IP il surprised."
Hurriedly T related to her my ex-
pi rlenceu, and told her my wish, She
knew or my betrotlml to Glnuno, nnd
did not seriously attempt, to illssuu.de
me from aRaln enteiiiiK the si roots.
"I ''an dlsRulse you," she said, "but
v mild It not be well to wnlt until night
before you aRaln venture out? Dark
ness will fall ere lniiR."
"Hut think what may happen In the
meanwhile!" 1 cried.
"As you will." she said, and then
continued: "Should you succeed In
j" aching your friends, brine; tjieni
hither, if possible, for they will be
: fer here If the pillage of houses he-
Kins. The Moslems will respect my
husband' memory, and leave me un
molested." i thanked her most earnestly, and
then hastily proceeded to array myself
in the' coarse garb of a Druse trader
which she ' brought me. Having nr
1. nmed my Head dress, 1 presented niy-!-
'If before her for inspection.
"flood!" she exclaimed, "all have
your color. That Is too light and must
be seen to."
She hastened to fetch pome kind of a
dark pigment with which she smtared
my face and hands, thoroughly rubbing
il into the skin.
"There!" she cried, standing ff and
Mirveying me. "I defy your best friend
tn recognize you."
"But It is not my, friends that I
"Your dearest enemies, then. And
now, slnre doubtless It has slipped
ymir mind, so long is It since you have
U'ietl your'naniL', I will remind you that
sou are called Abdul-IJainir, and that
J ou hail from Deklr In the Ilaurnn."
"I am glad to have my identity so
veil established," I said, moving as
though I would be gone.
"Stay yet a moment!" she exclaimed,
Leaving me hurriedly, she presently
returned with a pair of excellent plstoh'.
n nil a seinitar.
"The'se," she said, "will complete your
outfit," and then she pressed me to take
i disposed of tho weapons, but as
sured her that entins' was iiulte out of
the question, so she accompanied me to
the laneway entrance where she again
bade me bring my friends to the shelter
"I her roof. Then she cut short my
xpresslons of gratitude by closing the
Behind Lebanon, the sun wns fast
declining, red and round, and though
there was no one In sight the uproar
bod increased dutinc my brief tarry
in the house ot the good Aline. Evander.
In half nn hour, or three-quarters at
the utmost, darkness would descend
upon the city, and then pandemonium!
Tl was more than likely that the torch
would add to the horrors of the gun and
There were two routes by which I
could reach the home of my betrothed,
and I hesitated In regard to which one
THEN A SIIATIP PATN PIERCED MY
i should pursue. Finally T decided to
tae the most circuitous, as In that di
rection there seemed to be less tumult.
Accordingly, I emerged from the lane
Into tho street on which the-other en
t trance to the Evander house opened.
Stroking out at a brisk pace, I passed
several narro.w cross-thoroughfares
Always Reliable, Purely Vegetable,
MM), UL'T EFFECTIVE.
Purely veirotablo, net without pnin, olc
cautly coated, tastolusa, small ami oasv to
take, ltudway's Pills assist nature. Htlmulat
ins to healthful activity tho llvur, bowols and
other (liRestivo oreaux. Innvihit tho liowali in
a natural cdnilitlou wltliuut any altor olfecta.
I Liver DisoreSers.
IJADWAY'S PILI.S nru purely veuotablo
mijil and ruli.ible. L'ailio Purfeot Dltfcstlor.,
,'oinrtita abor(.tlon and healthful regularity.
J') cunts a bos. At Drut'ctstd, or by mall.
' Book of Advlco" f 103 by mall.
RADWAY Sc CO,,
Nu. fij 1:1m Street, New York.
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where 1 caught sight of hurrying forms.
Presently, I met a band of live murderous-looking
wretches, one of whom ac
'Coluo with us!" he said. "There
Is Rood game till about here."
"Nay," I answered, "I may not, for I
have an account of my own to settle."
"May Allah snecd you!" the villain
exclaimed, and the live hastened In pur
suit of a poor straggler whom they at
that moment espied.
After this test, I felt assured of my
disguise, and hurried onward with a
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"GLArCE! GT.AT'CE!" I OR ED.
bolder air. I knew that at any moment
1 might be forced to view, if not to par
ticulate in, some awful scene, and
nerved myself for the trial. I had not
long to wait, for soon, out from a cul-de-sac,
wheie they had been at their
tiendisb work, a crowd of Druses and
dervishes and the scum of the city
rushed, and 1 was swept forward by It.
I saw that it was quite useless to en
deavor to extricate myself from the
press, so suffered myself to be born.'
along without resistance.
"Death to the Christian dogs! Death
to them In Allah's name!" was the ral
Era .long, In the highway just ahead,
tlnee (ir four Christians were discovered
ill fending themselves against half a
dozen Moslems. AVhen my companions
saw this unequal combat, a frenzied
shout went up. There was a mad rush
in which I was compelled to join with
the icst. and down upon the earth the
poor unfortunates were dashed, to be
hacked and hewn' out of all human
semblance. Jn the exultation which
followed, I was able to extricate myself
from the assassins, and to continue on
my course. x
I was now Hearing the quarter where
the home of Uluuce was situated, and,
thinking to reach the house by a little
frequented street, I turned Into a nar
row way which took me In the rear of
the Oreek church. I had traversed per
haps half the remaining distance, when
l became aware of swiftly-approaching
footsteps, though on acocunl of a sharp
angle just ahead I could not tell who
the limners were. Where I chanced to
be the walls were bare and smooth and
h'gh. There was not even a doorway
in which 1 could stand and allow the
oncomfrs to pass. I halted, set my
back against the wall, and waited In
suspense. Nearer the footsteps drew,
and then the figure of a tall, muscular
(J reek, whum I remembered to have
noticed In the Sadler's bazar, appeared,
lie was armed with a stout cudgel,
while close upon his heols, with drawn
blades, piessed five Mussulmans.
All saw me. The Gieek, judging ine
from my apparel to be a foe, measured
me with his eye as though calculating
my strength, yet he did not pause, ills
pursuers set up a great shout, bidding
ine intercept him. This I leallzed, In
order to carry out the part I was play
ing, 1 must make some show of doing.
Accordingly I whipped out my scim
itar. I had, however, no intention of
making more than a pass at him, but
bo could not know this, and smote ut
me with all his gathered strength and
the fury of a desperate man. My
weapon was of small avail in breaking
the descent of the blow. Had I not
realized my powcrlcissness, and striven
to avoid the sweeping billet, my head
must have been crushed to a jelly. As
It was, even though I received but the
glancing force of tho stroke, I was
hurled violently against the wall; I
saw for an instant the eager face of the
pursuing Moslems as through a bluish
mist, then I felt my limbs falling, and
seemed to fall Into a black void,
Tho next sensation of which I was
conscious was a sound like n great
murmuring of wind, and I fancied my
self for a moment lying beneath the
boughs of tho cedars of Lebanon where
I had ojice encamped, Then a sharp
pain pierced my temples, and In spite
of the agony, I sat upright, for I re
called what had happened. Hours
must have elapsed since my unfortu
nate encounter, for there hung the
moon above me,- As I thought of what
might have occurred during the inter
val, I staggered to my feet. There
was a great lump upon my bend, but
as I leaned against the wall I felt my
strength gradually returning. After a
little I began to walk onward, slowly
ut first, then with considerable speed.
I reached tho entrance to the Greek
church, und discovered that tho doors
had been battered In. The moonlight
enabled me to see that the pluce had
been sacked, Motionless Hemes, some
of them priests, lay stretched about on
the Hour. 1 shrank back In horror, and
hastened with the direst apprehension
on my way. Thus far I hnd encoun
tered no living being. Should I Hnd the
same slirns of death and desolation at
my beloved's home? A. few steps
brought me to the house, and here my
worst fears were realized. A breach
bad been mndc In the mud nnd mortar
wall, and the dour of the outer passage
was rent from Its hinges. In the first
court I came upon the body of the man
servant, and at the opening of the In
ner court lay the maid. For n moment
1 had mil the courage to go further. .The
fountain In the center of the Inclosure
was as musical as on the happiest night
when 1 had listened to Its murmur, side
by side with my betrothed. Now the
sound of It maddened me. All the liv
ing rooms of the family opened from
this marble-paved space, and at length,
with a resolution born ot despair, I hur
tled from one apartment to another.
12veiy where- the direst contusion
lelgneil. Divans were overturned, tap
estries rent In shreds, ornaments shat
tered, the contents of chests and
drawers strewn about and trampled
Search as I would, no trace could I
find of her whom I sought, nor of her
mother and brother. Then a kind of
frenzy seized me, and, regardless of
who might be attracted by the sound
of my voice. I began calling my he
lmed by name.
"Glance! Glance!" 1 cried, "for the
love of Gofl answer ine! It Is your Au
di eas who calls."
Again nnd again I repented her name,
nnd the wnlls of the court Hung It hack
to me. As I paused to listen after n se
ries of desperate appeals, I fancied I
heard a stir In the direction of a room
into which 1 had cast but a hasty
glunee, a sort of store-room. While I
was striding thither, a Hgure appeared
In the moonlight which slanted In at
the doorway. It was Glance.
TO BE CONCLUDED,
This evening Wilton Luckayc and one
of the best dramatic companies that hns
ever visited Scrnntou, Including Marie
Wainwrighl. C. V. Coulduck, ' Alt'.
Hampton, Forrest Robinson, Byron
Douglass and a number ol others equal
ly prominent, conies to the Frolhing
ham for u single performance. The
play is "Dr. Belgratf." Wilton Lacknve
Is known to every playgoer of this city,
and for many years has been conceded
to be the best of 'chiuacter actors. Ho
has been featured as the principal actor
In leading companies as "Svengall" in
"Trilby," a role that Mr. Lackaye cre
ated, put li i in In the foremost place
among American actors. Mr. I.-ickaye
is an actor of gieat ability, a delineator
of character with few equals; and
blessed with an elegant physique and
marked Intelligence. The tale of seats
has been very large nnd the engage
ment promises to be tho most notable
dramatic event Scranton has been fnv-
ored with in n long time and the at
tendance will prove Scranton knows a
good show when announced.
The- Frothlngham management may
be cry heartily cungratuhited on se
curing the "PrNonor of JCenda" which
is the attraction at that In, use for next
Suturday matinee nnd night. The play
has been one of the inost conspicuous
m many years, and its reception In
England was hardly less enthusiastic.
Dike most ol the successful plays of the
present time of which muy be mention
ed "Hosemarv," "Heart of Maryland,"
and "Secret Service," tho "Prisoner of
.eiula" Is a direct contrast lu the real
istic drama and conventional society
plays so called which has had so long
For the third time the London Gaiety
Girls come to Davis' theater, opening on
Thursday for tlnee days. This organiza
tion has always given a clenn, very meri
torious show, und .Munagcr Duvls' patrons
need no intioductlon to ll.
FLORIDA ON WHEELS.
A Tropical State l'i ir in 11 Itolliug
I'uluee from thu Laud ol' 1'linvcrv. ,
On a switch at the Delaware, Lacka
wanna and Western station Is the Flor
ida State Exposition. It is hei;alded
by 'the newspapers along the route of
travel as a marvelous rolling palace.
a tropical wonderland, gorgeous with
golden decorations, Illustrating to tour
ists and prospective settlers the advan
tages and resources- of the wonderful
sunny south land.
It contains Florida fruits, wines and
exquisite perfumed fountains! waving
palms, live alligatoir In chains. Tho
magnificent car Is built entirely of
Sciatic KlKiiiinatiMii Cured.
L. Wagner, wholesale druggist, Rich
mond. Vn., says "I had a fearful
attucU of Sciatic Rheumatism, was laid
up almost two. months; was fortunate
enough to get Mystic Cure for Rheuma
tism. This cured me after doctor's
prescriptions had failed to have any
elfect. 1 have also heard of Hue results
f 10111 others who have used it,"
. BUDGET OF NEWS
Ucmntknblc Cliarncteristics o!
Moore's Jersey Chicken.
VARIOUS BITS OF COUNTY NEWS
Iltirso Trail cim Convention nt .llonl-iosc--Xi!W
Scheme to .11 ill; c the .lull
It I nl s M'orl--liiilld.iome l.uiiip of
.Cusli I.clt at the SiiMiucbannn Shop.
rVcu VorU on' tin; I2riu--Tlie, I.uncs
bom I'luct to Ito lucrcascil.
Special Corrpspoiuleiipp of Thp Tribune.
Susquehanna, Fob. 2. Mr. More, of
Great Bend, has an odd specimen of a
Jersey chicken. 11 Is a Plymouth Book,
two years old, that, In addition to all
the characl eristics of a line rooster, pos
sesses the natural Instincts of a ben.
He croiis and lights nnd conduct's him
self as most chnutllclcers do. yet he
has been known to udont a hatch of
chickens, scratch und pick for them,
call tllem when he found n choice mor
sel, raise a note of alarm, when an ene
my appeared and fold them under his
wings at night, lie lalsedlwo broods
of chickens each' year. As "soon as the
chicks hatch under n hen, Mr. Mine
summons them to a small coop In which
the rooster Is placed, lie Immediately
adopts them and Is a model parent un
til they are ready to shift for them
selves. HOME HAPPENINGS.
Hon .lames T. Du Pols, of Hallsteud,
di livered an able and interesting lecture
in the Pnlversalist church Inst evening,
under th auspices of Wood's Belief
corps. Subject: "Pennsylvania Soldiers
in the Revolutionary War."
Madame .laiiey's wax works will be
produced In Hiignu Opera House on
Wednesday evening, by home talent,
under the auspices of the Working Guild
of Christ Episcopal church.
AVANTS TO GO TO II
The G'eat Bend Plahulealer Says;
"The most of us would piel'er to 211 to
Halifax after leaving Great Bend." Un
less there Is a lot of repentance among
the Bendites especially among the edi
tors mine of them stand a splendid
chance of going to a place not exactly
uud'M' British authority. All the same,
its name commences Willi nn 11, hut It
is said to be hotter than Halifax. Bet
ter send for a Dundalflte missionary!
IN OlTIt OWN COUNTY.
A "Horse Tinder's Convention" will
be held In .Montrose tomorrow.
The county commissioners ure urged
to attach a stoneyiml to the Jail, to
compel prisonersto win k for their board.
That's 11 good thing push It ulung!
The Creamery association of Susque
hanna county will meet In Montrose
The llnllstcad Herald asks: "How
much will the postponment of the Kelly
tl ial com Susquehanna coltnty?"
Susquehanna county has abo'ul a $;i,C00
balance In the treasury and no Indebt
edness. The Hallsteud "Baptist Messenger"
has been trnn&mugiilied Into a local
The Hallstead-Great Bend "Citizens'
league" niiiiibeis 12a members. 1 1 ought
to piove a power for good If properly
In our, county court last week
the case ol John and Michael Kel
lv. Indicted for the minder of Leon
Gage, at Braeknej , was postponed.
It remained foi the Crystal Lake cor
respondent of the Foiesttity News to
nilse and remark: "Why not send
some of the niissionai ies to Susquehan
na, where lellglon Is backward and
ti'ut'.i Is unknown." If you have any
good missionary timber over in the
Dundaff sluuhlu's, send it along. SpiuI
fat niissionai ies tboi-e not addicted to
the use of tobacco. Our cannibals as
sert that tobacco Injures the llavor of
the meat, lint
If they're from Dundaff,
Don't send the dizzy riff-raff.
XtAl LROAI ' MENTIONETTES.
As on all roads, freight is light on the
Erie. The season js just between buy
The Susquehnnim shop men wore on
Thursday paid $:i0,000 for services in
General Manager Merrill and other
Erie oillcials are making an inspection
of the entile system.
AV. W. Williams, formerly of Susque
hanna, has lesigned his position as 'Erie
ticket agent ill ninghnmton.
A number of locomotives ure being
dismantled heie, to be sent to the Uulil
w in Locomotive works, In Philadelphia,
to be rebuilt. A number will be rebuilt
lu the shops 'here. '
. Next summer the I3ile purposes doing
a vast amount of work along the entire
line, building new stations, laying new
Sundry Dunduflltes are evidently fix
ing to unload gold bricks upon the 1111
wnry grangers. Whei-p are the police?
A bill has been introduced in the leg
islature, making lt a misdemeanor to
keep a vicious animal. It ought to be
come a law p. d. q. There ure too few
sausages and a blanked sighlatoo many
howling, snapping curs.
Ilnllstead Prohibitionists have put a
'Eti night ticket In the Held. Politics
ought not to enter very largely Into
It Is rumored that another steamer
will be built nt ljunesborp next spilng.
There doesn't jippear to be any crying
need of a larger licet. Somebody evi
dently has lucie to Incinerate.
A bill, introduced In our legislature
last week, makes It a misdemeanor,
punishable by line or imprisonment, to
wear a high hat In a public place of
uihusemeut. Carry the glad tidings
o'er land and o'er sea!
SOME OTHER THINGS.
It Is generally believed that if the
Erie bonus bill again passes the legis
lature, as It is likely to do. Governor
Hastings will sign It, ft Is said that
the governor's former action In veto
ing the bill wns occasioned by a mis
apprehelisiou of the facts of the ease.
The bill ought to become a law.
The crook, who had swindled Rlng
hamton nnd Elmlru hotel men, wos
nearly captured by Susquehanna ofll
cers at the Lanesboro statluu on
Thursday iifteruon. The description
of the fellow, sent from Uinghnnitou,
was Imperfect, and he wns allowed to
escape. He boarded a coal train at
Brandt nnd went west, "to grow up
Willi tho coiintiy."
The faces of liverymen are not 'now
long enough to cut oats out' of a
HuU'hers bonlfaces and resla.urant
eurs are saying nothing, hut sawing
There Is time enough yet for an "old
fashioned whiter," Keep on your llun
nels, TUESDAY TIDINGS.
Miss Mary F. C. liuckley, of Jaok-
I U? If 1
Lydla E. Piiikliatn's Vegetable Compound
Will cure the worst forms of female,
complaints, till ovarian trouWcs, in
flaiumntiou and ulceration, fulling- and
displaeoinentHof the womb, and conse
quent spinal weakness, and is pecu
liarly adapted to the clinture of life.
Every time it will euro Backache.
It lias cured moro cases of lcticor
rluca by removing' the cause, than any
remedy tho world lias ever known ; it
is almost infallible in such wises. It
dissolves and uxpols tumors from the
uterus in an early stajje of develop
ment, and checks tiny tendency to can
cerous humors. Lyilia 12. Pinkham'S
Liver Pills work iu unison with the
Compound, nnd arc a sure cure for
constipation and sick headache. Sirs),
l'inlthain's Sauutiv.e Wash is of yi'eat
tuluo for local application.
son street, has entered St. Rose's con
vent, In Curbondale, ns n postulant lu
the linnincuhite Heart of Mary. .
Conroy Kr Fox's "O'Flurlty's Vaca
tion" company will appear In Itognn
Opera house on 'Thursday evening
The pupils ot the public schools
give nn entertainment In the public
schools, March J.
A young son of John Lannon, of Erie
avenue, on Monday afternoon fell from
the porch to the ground, a distance of
thirty feet, escaping with minor in
juries. James Geary and Joseph Costello, of
this place, were, a few days since, In
our county court, found guilty of break
ing Into a car In the Erie yards hero,
nnd stealing goods theiefroni. ,
At several points in this vicinity, on
Sunday evening, the thermometer reg
istered fourteen degrees below zero.
The thermometer wns u little out of
practice, but it got tlieie just the same.
CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION.
Sixty-live Applicants Went Through
the Mill Vefctc riluv.
Sixty-live applicants for positions In
the Scranton postolllee ns carriers and
clerks yesterday -underwent a civil
service examination conducted in the
federal building court room by W. D.
Roche, president; Louis Schuntz, secre
tary, and D. II. Jenkins, who comprise
the examining board In this city. The
class is the largest ever examined in
Twelve of the applicants seek clerical
positions; the utheis want to be car
lieis. There are no vacancies to be
tilled, but should a vacancy Occur the
applicant showing the highest mark
ing will get the appointment.
The local board Is made up of Scran
ton postolllee employes who simply
conducted the examination according
to printed foinis sent from Washing
ton to where the papers are returned
for marking'. In nbout tlnee weeks the
returns will be made," and the names
of the applicants who attained the pre
scribed rating will be filed In the order
of their merit In the Scranton postof
llce. The examination occupied four and a
half hours and was undergone by all
but thive of the sixty-eight who had
made application. They were exam
ined ill geography of the failed Statis.
spelling, nillhmetic, letter writing, pen
manship, copying and nddiess lending.
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r?:i Cottolrne trnrte ime-kn are "Colldrne" r.sd
ileer'u head in cottun-p'untu rtath nn every till,
T!)2 K. K. FAISHANK GOIIPANV,
Ciilcupii, -mt York, '.i.ila.li'luldo. I'lttsbarr
nOOHS I AND 2, COM'LTH Bl'ffG,
MINING AND BLASTING
MADE AT MOOSIC AND nU3H.
LAFLIN & RANU POWDER CO'S
ORANGE GUN POWDER
lilectrie Iiattories, Hluatrlo Exploder, fu.' ox
plodlng blasts, Safety Fuse, and ,
Repauno Chemical Co, 's
YOU CAN SAVE BIDBSY BY BJYIN3
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Ladies and Children's Wear.
Seal and IMusli Sacqucs,
Carpets and 1'eutlter Ileds
POSMER, 21 .Lackawanna Ave
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124-126 Wyoming Ave.
Unusually extensive ar
rangements for bargain offer
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I nis:-) ii.ivc uouu maue uy us
for tins entire month.
75 Indies' Kersey, bourlp and Irish
frieze jackets, half-llnod, shield
fronts; worth $8.UJ and tTM. Ue-0 OQ
dueed Pi ice ilitfO
2,'i liner quality Kersey, bolide and
Irish frieze, some half-lined ami
some nil lined; vatitta $S.U0 to d 09
$10.(0. Reduced Price ijrTiJO
r,0 liner quality boucle, nstruUluin,
Kersey and Irish frieze, coat
und ejnplre 'styles; worth from (f
$1(1.00 to Skl.UQ. Reduced l'rlee
EmbroSikM'IcS) ' liiwivs,
We will have nn display Monday, Fob.
1st, a complete line of cumin lC'iiulnsook
and Swiss embroideries. We offer same ut
prices to suit everybody.
Special sale of 7,iJli) yards cambric nain
sook and Swiss embroideries that w
bought at fiile. on the dollar; prices will
lunge from .. to 2."ie. a yard. This Is one
hull' of regular prices.
iLTiii I'UJU'i JillUCH! I'wcSuise.
We bought ;,M0 gross of ppati buttons
at Die. nn tho dollar from one.of the largest
peail button manufacturers in the country
who Is retiring from business. We have
divided the elit'ro lot: '
oOO dozen pearl buttons, nil staple
sizes; a dozen
or,0 dozen extra line pearl buttons;
200 dozen line pearl buttons, 23c.
kind; a dozen
200 dozen smoked pearl buttons;
a dozen .'
Co dozen tine large pearl buttons,
SOc. kind; u dozen
CO dozen men's natural wool shlrlt
and drawers, made and tiimmpil
In the best manner; worth 51.00.
79 dozen men's mixed halt hose,
full seamless; worth lue. Our
Price, four pairs for
SI dozen misses' fust black cotton
hose, full seamless, sizes 5 to Mi:
worth 15c. Our price, three palis
3S dozen misses' black wool hose,
full seamless, sizes u to S'.j;
worth 23c. Our Price
12 gross Castile. Lemon Juice and
Buttermilk sou,; formerly sold
at 10c. a bux. Our Price, a box
of tlnee cakes
Has Moved to Mis New Quarters,
402 Lackawanna Avenue.
Entranco on sldo next to Pirst National
Bank, lie Una now in a
Comprising ovnrytliing rcqiislto for ftno
Uoraliaut Tailoring. Aud tho 3&mu cau
ba ohoiTU to ailvantnco in Ids splen
didly fUtod up ruoxus.
A SPECIAL INVITATION
U Gstinded to All Headers of The Trib
une to Cell on VOI.I) KIUJAULU" in His
New Business Home
;.;,w. if m PJ, wan
nanny. f' .;j?!72;;'Ve!i ivian
Ktiiny.J4 0f Me.
THE GPtiAT rjotli Day.
produce the ohm 1, resultn In ao days. ItaiU
imni-i fully aiiuiiuu'lsly. Cnvti wiiru all others tail.
iii:nui'iiill regain their lost ruaiili"ul,aadold
nun will rreovr tlioir joutluul Mnor by usiuu
Iti:VIVO. ft ijulchly and Mircly restores Nervous
lie:. I.n ,t Vitality, liupeteiicv, NU-litly KnuBSlone,
l.crt I'ov.ir, F-ulliiK Miiuor), Waetina lllk, anex.and
all rilv-i-lB of wlf-abuke or exrchhancl indiucri tion,
' lui'li uuflts one tor K'udy. bm-lueRt or nierrlOKe. It
iiutonlv ruri'h by h-jrtnm at tho heat ot d.,eaw but
U.-iKivat ncr-.e tonic aud bliuiil builder, brtcz
I pk bail; tho nlnlt glow to nale checks a-dro-noriii.1
tho lire of yo'itb. 11 wards oir Insanity
uii.l cousurantlon. lusbt on liavuis ItI3VlVO.no
otln.r. ft ma bo c.-.irted iu vett pocket. l!y mill,
yi.lioperia.-l.aae, or uts lor SO. 00, with a posl
tlt iiritlcn cuiiRintno to euro or rotund
t be money, '.'ocular tree, AddrcM
RUYAL WrDICiilS CO.. R3 Rivnr St., ClliCACO, l''
lor aula b MAI"I IIUWS HHUa.. tru
Ui: b;rautou, t'J.
bcliedule In Effect November 15, 1H35.
Trains Leave Wilkes- Uarro as Follows
7.00 a. m., veck days, for Sunbury,
Harrisburg, Philadalphla, Balti
more, Washington, and for Pitts
burp; and tho West.
10. ID a. m., week days, for Hazleton,
Pottsville, Reading, Norristown,
and Philadclohia; and for Sun
bury, Harrisburg, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, Washington and Pitts
burp and tho West.
3.15 p'. m., week days, for Sunbury,
Harrisburp, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington and Pittsburg,
and the West.
.3.15 p. m., Sundays only, for. Sun
bury, Harrisburp;, Philadelphia,
and Pittsburg and the West.
0.00 p. m., week days, for Hazleton
J. I. WOOD, (len'l Pasa. Agent.
S. M. I'UEVOSr, ikneral Alunamr.
I Hill 111
VT El 15
Anthracite Conl UbuiI Exclusively Insur
ing Clenlillness and Conifoit.
IN EEEECT NOV. IB, lS'JC.
TRAINS LBAVE SCRANTON.
I' or I'ldlnilpljihla and New York vln D.
'I. B. 11. nt 0.15, 7.I.". it. in., lior,, 1.20, 'AM
tniuek Diamond Express) and 11.30 p. in.
I' or I'itlston and Wilkes-Barro via. D.
';lV)y- n- " ".00, S.OS, 11.20 11. tn l.oj
3.tn, C.co and s.47 p. m.
l'or White Haven, Ilnssleton, I'oltsvllte,
nnd prhiuliml points In tho coal reulona
p m "' ll' U" C,IS " "'" 12,(0 "tvl ''41
..il'i"1' 1J,tli1ehom, Enston, itendlng, llnr
f,! ,tr", ""'I piiPiipal Intermedlato sta
i rrS ,V.? ,X " I'.. H.1,-., 7,15 a. m.,
1 ii 3TJ. 3""1:1 f'JIack Diamond Express),
Ml, and 11.30 p. m.
tii,-1' T-u"k1nniiock, Towanda, Elrnhn,
IVF"' Gc,r'Va and principal Intermedlato
btntlotis via D L, (v- '. u, u., o.UO, S.OS,
i.-inl ;.e,",ov"' Rochester, Buffalo, Niagara
c tl ',. ''.'''"K" nud all points west vln D.
J,-"', 'f; I" T.l."i n. m 12.05, 3,: (Black Dia
mond ivxpreiH). a.no and 11.30 p. "in.
1 ullmaii parlor nnd sleeping or Lehigh
lvili y l'.1"'11' CI,,'S "" "11 trains between
,,1,1 ":i'?;I!i,ri' n"'1 N'c'w York. I'hlladel
imia, Buffulo and Suspension Bridge.
rM, 't'l'l'lN H. WILIH'Il, Qoil Supt.
CIU.S. S. lhk, Gen. 1-uss. Agt., IMiila.,
A. '. NONNBMACUER, Asst. Gen
.' i,ss; Agt.. South Bethlehem, 'n.,
heranton Oillcc, 303 Lackawanna avenue.
Del., Lnckn. and Western,
lCO'ect .Monday. October l'l. lSOil.
lialns leave Scranton as follows: Ex
",. Jor New York and all points East
'.40, J.C0. Mo, S.OO and 11.55 n. m.j 1.10 am:
Express for Easton, Trenton, Philadel
phia am he South, 5.15, S.OO und U.55 a. in.,
Lit. I nnd 3.33 p. in.
Uaslllngton and way stations, 3.45 p. m.
(ouyhanna accommodation, CIO p. in.
...V;'"'0?" f.01' UliiBlminton, Oswego, El
mhii. Corning, Hath, Dansvllle, Mount
MorrH and BiifTalo, 12.20. 2.35 a. 111., and 1.55
P. m., making close connections ut Hurfulo
to all points in thu West, Northwest and
Batb accommodation, 9.15 a. m.
Luighuniluti and way stations, 1.05 p. m.
Icliol.son accommodation, 5.15 p. m.
iilngliamton .and Elmlru express,. 5.53
P. in. ,
Express for mien and Richfield Springs,
-" a. m. and 1.55 p. in.
Ithucu 2.35 and Bath 9.15 a. m., and 1.55
lor Northumberlnnd, I'lttston, AVIlkes-
m,"'''' I'lymouth, Bloomsburg und Dan
ville, making close connection at North
umberland for Willlamsport, Ilurrisburg,
Baltimore, Washington and the South.
Northumberland und Intermediate sta
tions, fi.oo, 9.55 a. m., and 1.55 and U.00 p. in.
Nuutlcoke und Intermediate stations, S.03
and 11.20 n. in. Plymouth and Intermedlato
stutions, 3.40 and 8.47 p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches on
all express trains.
Eof- detailed Information, pocket timo
tables, etc., apply to Jl. L. Smith, city
ticket ofllee, 328 Lackawanna avenue, or
depot ticket oiilce.
Central Hailroad of New .lersey.
(Lehigh and Susquehanna Division.)
Anthracite coal used exclusively. Insur
ing cleanliness and comfort.
TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JAN. 25, 1S97.
Trains leave Scranton for littston,
Will:es-H,iri v, etc., nt S.20, 9.15, 11.30 a. in.,
12.15, 2.00, .1.05, 5.00, 7.10 p. m. Sunduys 9,00,
a. in., 1.00, 2.15, 7.10 p. m.
For Atlantic City. S.20 a. m.
For New York, Newark nnd Elizabeth.
8.20 (express) it. 111., 12.15 (express with Buf
fet parlor car), 3.05 (express) p. tn. Sun
day, 2.15 p. m. Train leaving 12.15 p. m.
arrives at Philadelphia, Heading Termin
al, 5.22 p. m. and New York 0.00 p. 111.
For Munch Chunk, Allentown. Bethle
hem, Enston and Philadelphia, 8.20 a. m.,
12.45, 3.05, 5.00 (except Philadelphia) p. in.
Sunday, 2.15 p. m.
For Long Branch, Ocean Grove, etc., at
S.20 a. 111. and 12.15 p. m.
For Lakcwood, S.20 a. m.
For Reading, Lebanon and Itarrlsburg,
vln Allentown, 8.20 a. m., 12.45, 5.00 p. m.
Sunday, 2 15 p. 111.
For Pottsvllle. S.20 a. m., 12.15 p. m.
Returning leave New York, foot of Lib
erty street, North River, at 9.10 (express)
a. m., 1.10, 1.30, 1.15 (express with Buffet
parlor cur) p. 111. Sunday, 1.30 11. m.
Leave Philadelphia, Reading Termlunl,
9.00 a. m., 2.00 and 1.30 p. m. Sunday, C25
Through tickets to nil points nt lowest
rates 'may be had on application in ad
vance to the ticket agent at tho station.
11. I'. BALDWIN",
Gen. Pass. Agt.
J. II. OLTIAI'SEN, Gen. Supt.
U E L A W A It E AND
On Monday, Nov. 23,
trains will leave Scran
ton as follows:
;Qw7.53, S.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.
For Albany. Saratoga, Montreal, Bos
ton, New England ponus, etc. u.io a. m.;
2.20 p. in.
For lloncsdnlo 5. 15, S.55, lO.lo a. m.; 12.00
noon, 2.20, 5.25 i. m.
For Wllkes-Bnrre G.45, 7.15, S.45, 9 3,
10 15 n. in.; 12.05, 1.20, 2.2S, 3.33, 4.11, G.UO,
7 50, 9.30. 11.30 11. 111.
For Now Yolk, Philadelphia, etc., via
Lehigh Valley Railroad G. 15, 7.15 a. m. ;
1"05- 1.20, 3.3.1 (with Bluck Diamond lix
p'ress), 11.20 p. m.
For Pennsylvania Railroad points 0.45,
9 'H a m.; 2.30, 4.11 p. 111.
'For western points, via Lehigh Valley
Rullroad-7.15 a. m.; 12.05. 3.33 (With Black
Diamond Express) 9.50, 11.30 p. m.
Trains will arrive at Scranton at follows:
From Carbondale and the north 1, 10,
7 40 S 40 9.31, 10.10 a. m.: 12.00 noon; 105,
"91 3 25 '4.37, 5.15. 7.15, 9.15 and 11.25 p. m
"Vioni 'Wllkes-Barre and the south 5 40,
7 50 S.50, 10.10, 11.55 a. ill.; 1.10. 2.14, 3.4S,
l'"" 0 21, 7.53. 9.03. 9.15, 11.32 p. in.
V"V 'ni'RDlCE. O P. A, Albany, N. Y.
11. W. Cioss, D. P. A., Scranton. Pa.
lirie and Wyoming Valley.
Effective Jan. 4, 1S97.
Trains will leave Scranton for New
York, Newbnrgh and Intermedlato po ntn
on Erie, also for Itiwicy und local pe". 1
at 7.05 a. m. and 2.2S p. m. ; and arrive truer
above points at 10.33 a. m. nnd 9.3S p. m.
In i:i'iecl Ouliiber llli, l.S'ifi.
V3) ft WNoTKL H tr
r.'mili IJoiiiid. sonlli Hound,
jaolTsoi mi utTi
,!& Stations ,
g S w (Trains Pally, Kx- g 2 b
3 "; 1 cept ninday ) a ga
v sir MArrlvo Lcaic "ii
7 2.VN. Y. Kranklln St 7 n .. .
.... 7 10, West; 4'.'iul street .... 7 15 ..
7 Wii Weehuwlon ...'810
i' MlArilvo l.eftveA id' jj
".... 1 laiiniidii'k JiuictfoD ". 'J 5 ..
1 Oil Hancock -"t . .
.., isnti starlight .... a! ...
PJ i(i l'rustou Park a :n ...
is 40 cimio s4i ...
I2'J-, I'oyiitclln sv...
1S1I Ik'linont 2 51 ...
IS 03 rieasant -Mt 3(6 ...
(1159 UnlODdalo 3 09 ...
1149 Forest city .... 3 10 ..
.... OMlliai! C'arbonilaio 704 B1l ...
.... fll tCfllM) VlilteHrfdSO 17 07 (8 38 ..
.... Ill l3tI!Sil Mayllcld 17 12I34.T ...,
....1 tl liiliu'3) .Termyn 711, 345 . .
.... (13V111I AlCblUlM 7W1 8 51 ...
.... OS'.' 11 15, Wlntnn 7i3 3.'4 .,
.... U;'Slllll reckvlllo 7i!7,1M) ..
.... ft t3 11"7 OlviiUant 7 34 101 ...
... OioilOJ1 rrlecUurtf 7 St 4 07 ....
.... CIS 11 03, Tlironp 7 3(1 410 . ..
.... 0 15 110) I'rnvldencn 7311 il4(..,.
.... OK'fipr?1 Park Piaoo 17 41 ft 17 ...
... 0 10,1055 Kcraii'on 7 45 4 A'
i" ma m Leave Arrive a m r m
All trains run dally except Sunday.
t s-ltj'ulfles that trains stop on signal for ras.
(ecuro rates via Ontario & Western beforn
puicliiihliiK tickets and savo money. Day nnd
Sight Kiniv&s to tlio went..
.i.e. Anderson, Opii, pass aitU
T. FUtcroft, 1)1. Pass, Ast. Scranton, Pa
Houses for Sale and for Rent.
If mi contemplate purchasing or leas
ing a house, or wunt to lmtst In u lot,
me the lists (if desirable property on
page 3 of 'I lie 'I ribune.