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TITE SCKANTON TRIBUNE -TUESDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY 0, 1S97.
& By OWEN HALL,
AUTJIOll OF "THE TRACK OF THE STORM."
Cop right, 1807,
The nnrntor of the Btotv, who litis rc
cftitlj (.petit a eni and a half in Cuba,
white he hns mtiil mum friends and fall-
in in lovo with a ('ubin Kit 1, H engagedj
b theedltoi of tlio Uiilveisu to nccoinp my
ii llllbustii Hteamoi with a cargo of sup
plies, to tho Island Ho meets tlie wteond
unite, olio Thomp-um, at tho vvhnif, on a.
dark night, and toKithu the) boaid tlio
Hteimer. Tho latter starts and the nar
latoi observes that n lutge comp.inj of
min Is on bo ml, piestimnbl) ieii tilts lor
tho Insurgent nun).
Tills was a little mmo than I had bar
gained for As I stood on the misty
ili-clv it cnine homo to me thut thu 13n
tciinlye was not only cuiijing warlike
Btoies for the Cuban lebels, but also a
pait) of men to Join theli Links 1 had
been ery leady to necept what llsk
theie mlsrlit lie In tutus to turn the
Spanish Hank and see something of the
war fiom tho Uulun point of -slew, but
now It oicutieJ to mo lather forcibly
what if vve should be captured? I
toilless that, for the moment, visions of
a speedy coiirt-inuiUttl followed by an
e'qunll) speedy execution, in whkli I
inlght beai a pium'nent if not aKiee.ible
pait stood out with nmuliig; clearness
against the Marditrroutiil ot misty cloud
into which we seemed to be plunging
with eei liietf"iin:r speed.
Aftei all, theie was some comfort In
that. The Untoipiio, if that weie In
deed In r urine, was e idently a smait
vessel, and it was mote than likely she
would euti) us salcly thiough. The
visions of captuie, tilal and speedy ex
ecution, which mj ac(iualntiince with
Spanish methods In Cuba had made
veiy life like, faded away, and gave
place to almost holiday ipeilences
among the lebels, Lucked by a plctuie
still mine attiadKe of the time when
I should find my way by home means
into Havana. This mtant for me a
ctitaln house In the subuibs, whtie I
could almost see ejes that gtew'
bilghtei, If that v eie possible, ut my
How lone my reverie had lasted, I
can baldly guess, but it was intetiupt
nl by the sound of a footstep which I
ltcognied as that ot my late compan
ion, und in another moment he came
tip to me.
'A line night for us," se said, iltjly,
"but haidly so irood for enjoying a
v'iew." I turned lotincl so as tv get a
better Idea of his appeal an eeby the
light of the bolitiiy lamp, as I replied:
Not much :isic of our being uvei
hauled, I suppose, is theie?"
'Not much hereabouts, anyhow," lie
bald, with a soit ot chuckle, which lin
piessed me tin fnvoi ably. The lamp
light shone on his lace, and gave me,
for the fust time, an oppoitunity of
funning a clear impiession of its fea
tutes and explosion. It was a hand
some face, ceitainly, with good fea
tuies, bright, dnik eies and a iiulck,
nleit air that He piomibe of Intelli
gence and piomptltude. His skin was
swat thy, tliousn haidly moie than ux
posuie at sea. to tioplcal suns might
easily account f jr, and his hair, which
Mas bhoit, was black in appeal ance.
On the whole, a face that might be
long to a gallant sailor, and one likely
to command he favor of women, with
out lorfelting the confidence of men.
The thought pa-ssed thiough my mind
in a moment that his laugh was the
Moist of him, and then I dismissed the
impiession it had made.
I suppose theie's a good chance of
Ik lng o.-i hauled in Cuban waters?" I
paid. He hluugged his shouldeis,
though -very slightly, and again he
gave tho same curious chuckle as he
itplled, carelessly: "Oh, I guess
there's ilskb. Most of us are paid for
thut, I leckon. Anjhow, ou can
make ouiself comfoi table In the mean
timewe'll not sight a Spaniuid for
thli t -six houis.
"in that case I think I'll go below,"
hnid I. "I bhould like to see all theie
Is to be seen when the time comes"
"All light, sir. I'll bee you get the
chance; and you'll be all the moie lit
if J ou turn in now."
I went below, and making the best
of things, found my wa to the stufly
little beith pointed out to me by the
black stew aid.
Oui vojage was pleasant for the next
two dajs, and I improved my ueiiurtlnt
nntewlth my oiiginul companion, who
occupied, I dlscoveied, the position of
second olllcei on boatd the Enterprise
IT WAS A HANDSOME TACE CER
TAINLY. Ho was, I found, excellent company,
nndhad the additional lecomniendatlon
that he knew many people and places
In and about Havana that weie fumll
lni to me. Ho also knew the coust
well, and I moie than suspected that
it was rathei on this account, than
uny other, that lie occupied Ills pietent
position on boaid. He beemed well dis
posed to 'cultivate my acquaintance,
and talked veiy frankly to me In le
turn, and It was from him I learned
that we weie giving all the islands a
wide beith, Intending to reach the
southeastern toast of Cuba as if fiom
Jamaica. Thl, of com be, meant a
longer tiip, but for borne reason it
fceemtd to be piefened by those in
It was on tho third day out, and the
afternoon was well udvanced, when
liiy friend Thompbon told mo that at
last we were heading for our destin
ation. H had been by far the most
dlbgieeablu day of the voyage. The
weather was slngulaily hot and op
pi essive, and tho sun was going down
in an angiy, coppery haze. Wo had
only twice sighted other vessels dm lng
the day, und both of these were caigo
CUBA LIBRE, f
by Hugh II. Lusk
steamers flying the Utltlsh ling I
looked aiound the hoi Iron, us Thomp
son gave me the Information that by
leckonlng we weie only some thlitv
llve miles fiom our destination, and re
plied: "Well, we've been in luck m)
fai, and I suppose we should get
ashore by moinlng I don't eate how
soon we do; Hint sunset lenilnds me of
one or two wild nights I can lemem
bei In Havana." I thought Thomp
son cast lather an anxious glance
lound the hoilzon for a moment befoie
"Yes," he said, "It's going to blow,
but we'll lie snug enough in the bay
we'ie heading for now, unless it blows
He took another look lound us as he
spoke, and then went foiward to whete
the c aptalu and chief olllcer w ere stand
ing talking. Jly remark about the
rORGING SLOWLY AHEAD
weather had been only a sudden'
thought, suggested by the look of the
sunset at the moment, but now it
seemed to me tl.at the seamen them
selves shaicd the impiession. For the
last hour or two, the sttamei, although
going bteadlly, had ev Idently not been
at her full sped, but now I noticed
that, as if in consequence of what
passed at the Intel view between the
otllcers, almost Immediately the speed
was Inci eased. I stood and watched
the sun sink slowly to the sea line,
then dip into the ciimson watei, and
then, at last, as if with a plunge, go out
of sight, throwing up into the sky a
wild halo of misty lights, like some vast
volcano In ei notion.
I should hav e stayed on deck, but
piesently Thompson came along, and
advised me, in l fiiendly way, to go
below anil get some bupper.
"You'll want it befoie morning, I
guess," he sal J, "whether theie's a
btoiin oi not."
"You expect one, then'" I asked, as I
follow td him down the companion
"Expect It? Well, es, we'ie sure of
wind, but it mav not be much befoie
we get In. We ought to bo up with the
land in two houis" He spoke setlous
ly, and I felt ure he, was moie than
usually glad that we weie not far fiom
a place of safety.
It did not seem to affect Thompbon's
appetite, however, for he made a hearty
meal, a peifonnance which It was hard
to Imitate. I found myself listening
anxiously for the flist sound of the
wind, and I could hardly avoid a stait
at eveiy noise that came down to us
fiom the deck oveiliead, ab if It Indi
cated the beginning of a huiilcane.
Nothing alaimlng happened, however.
My companion was In no huny to fin
ish his meal, and I didn't caie to show
my uneasiness by leaving him. When
at bust I i cached the deck it was daik.
As jet tlie wind had not come up, but
eveiy now and then I could heai a long,
low moan, like that of some huge
wounded creatine sighing out his pain
foi down below tho hoilzon The ves
sel was ploughing her way thiough the
heaving ocean, ind to my fancy she
seemed to pant in her eagerness to
i each hoi haibor befoie thestoim came
It appealed aa if we should accom
plish it, too. The time slipped away,
minute by minute, ns I held on by tlie
btaunchlon and watched the sea und
sky. Tlie moan of the coming wind,
Indeed, grew more persistent and loud,
as it crept after us ovei the black
ocean, but still it had not leached us,
and now we were neaiing the land
Giadually something giew out of the
mist. It was only a vague, formless
shadow at first, but moment by mo
ment it giew distinct and definite it
was tho land," We were not far off
now, and If only wo had calculated
oui couise conectly we should bo in
shelter befoie the stoim could leach
us. It was a near thing. I listened
to the inci easing note of thut sttange,
dlsmnl moan that ciept over the com
plaining sea, and as I did so I turned
alwavs more anxiously to the shadowy
coast on which we weie lushing at
such a headlong pace. Yes, we would
leach it now. Even In thut gray half
light tlie high land was taking foim
and substance we could not be fai
off. And now an order was given,
and suddenly I realised that our speed
was dying away. It was Just then I
fe)t the Hist of the storm. It came
w 1th a quick gust on my cheek, and at
the bame moment tlujte was a new
tone in tho wind It had been a moan,
so far, but now it was rising to a loai,
though Its stiength had not i cached
us yet thank heaven, I felt the ship
swing round to the motion of the helm,
we were entering the bay.
At thut moment It came! Theie was
a quick Hash through the mist ahead,
und then a loud loai that swelled and
lolled in long, reverberations ajalnst
the face of the hills It was a cannon.
A quick older In the captain's hoarse
voice was followed by the leveise ac
tion of the strew, as we strove to stop
her vvrty. A few moments of Intense,
wild expectation, rind then another
v Ivld Hash, followed by another re
echoing roai, and It seemid to me as I
stialned my eyes that I could see
thiough the darkness the outline of a
large vessel, with lofty mnsts and tow
ering sides, forging Flowly ahead "hut
of the shadow. Not an Instant was
lost. The EnterpilKe swung lound sl
lentlv In tho diiectlou opposite to Hint
in xv lilt li I had seen that shadow, and
again the quick tlnob'of the sciew'
told me thut we were making for the
open sea In prefeience to facing the
guns of a Spanish man-of-war. Till
then I had foi gotten the storm. The
gicaloi und more unc.Xtioited dangci
had banished tho othei nt leasti for
the moment. My eyes, and I suppose
the ejes of eveiy other soul on boaid,
weie watching eageily for the next
Hash, or the appearance of out Span
ish eneinv It came at lust; this time
nut one, but .three, and witli the nun
there was n hiss and a scieam, that
passed wide of us Indeed, but mnde me
shi Ink instinctively at my Hist expel -knee
Nothing had stiuck us, howevei, and
we lushed pantl.ig on our couise All
ot hoi minute, nil 1 'e emeiged fiom Hie
shelter of the wooded point which
Thompson had told me would enable
us to lie sung while we dlschuiged,
even If It blew half u luuilcane It was
doing that now, I thought, as we weie
caught in the lleice sweep of the wind,
and In n moment hail exchanged one
kind of danirer lor'anothei. The stoim
had come up luting the few minutes
we had been In shcltei, and alieady we
weie In the midat of a confusion cf
seething, leaping waves that lOoe as
OUT Or THE SHADOW.
if by magic. The vessel faced it bravo
1, but I did not believe that she could
make much piogiobs The wind iushed
howling atiobs the deck and momen
torlly swept 3h-is of spiny over ev
ei j thing. I stood and held on by the
stauncliton, but neaily eveivbody else
took lefuge below. And so it went on.
Fot a time, we had heuid the lepoits
of the cannon, but they had died away
behind us, oi weie lost in tlie loai of
wind and sea atound. Still we stiug
gled on We must have been battling
for houis against w ind and sea, though
no doubt m fancy exnggeiated the
time, when suddenly theie lose out of
the cloud In fiont a thientening bhad
ow. Could It be land?
At the veiy moment when I saw It a
daik ilguie ciapt along the deck undei
the shcltei of the bulwaik. and 1 lec-ognls-ed
Thompson. I pointed to tlie
black shadow ahead, but did not tiy
to speak, as It seemed useless in the liot
of the stoim He stopped bc-bide me;
he put Ills lips to my ear and bhouted
the woids. 'Only live minutes mote
stick close to nw!" I understood him.
TO BE CONTINUED.
UAiumom: or ax r..Mpr,itou.
Kaiser William's Is Prolinlil the
.Host i:tciisiio in the H orld.
Prom the Westminster Uudget.
It Is not easy for the aveiage person
to foi in an idea of the dimensions of
the wiudiobe of him of Geimany Some
soit of list of his possessions in this
lespect has teeently been made out,
and tiom this it appeals that, to be
gin with, his mujestj possesses a unl
loi m of overj ieglmetit in the Pius
slan aitnj, with the helmets, caps,
epaulets, swoids, etc, on suite Over
and above this, the empeioi, being the
head of an endless numbei of legl
ments In liavaila, Wuitembeig, Sax
on), Haden and Hesse, a complete unl-
rpiir, old man who
-L looks out at the
wotld with clear
and htalthj ejes
cannot help feeling
great gratification at
the thought that his
children anu His
have inherited from
him no weakness nor
tendencj to disease.
V) The hcaltli oiu man
is the man who ini
throughout his life
kept his digestion
good and his blood
pure. Once in
a while j ou find such
a man who has never
taken any medicine
That nnn has lived
a perfectly natural
life Not one hi a
thousand dotb do it.
or carelessness pave
I j the way for serious
II sickness Tlie germ
theory of disease is
germs are every
.re Tins nt'c'U
to the perfectly
heilthy man Oerms sro through the
healthy body without effect They are
hurried along rapidly and thrown off before
the) have time to devtloti or increase Let
them once find lodgment or let them find a
weak spot, the) will develop by the million
and the blood will be full of them Instead
of rich life-gtv ing properties, the blood w ill
be a sluggish, putrid tide of lmpurit) In
stead of giving strength to the tissues, it
will force upon them unwholesome and
innutritions matter, and the man will
loie flesh The more flesh he loses and the
weaker he becomes, the more susceptible
he is to disease His trouble will become
complicated and serious consequences will
follow Dr Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery is the onl medicine that absolutely
and infallibly cures all blood diseases, and
almost all diseases are bipod diseases It
isn't a medicine for some one particular
bo calltd disease It is a medicine for the
uiole body. It forces out all the germs of
disease, replaces impurities with rich, red
bjood, feeds the tissues and makes strong
A j a
,S. ltf s
" GT 'V mak
fot in ot each of these hangs In tho
clothes presses Hut this Is not, all.
Two looms nt tho palace at Hetlln nte
entlrel) filled with uniforms of the
leglments in Austria, Sweden, lng
land, Italy and othei countries which
"belong to" William IT To these must
he added the unifoim of the iidmlinls
ot the Riitlsh and the Swedish fleets.
As for the clothes which the empeior
wears when ho Is nut en ginnde tenue,
these also nie bewlidoilng In number.
There ate the oidlnniy suits for the
moinlng, noon and night, during the
wnrm and cold seasons; the hunting
suits and uniforms, which latter the
emperor hns intioducod for the use of
himself and his couitlois, tho tinlfoims
of tho English and" German )ncht
clubs, lawn tenuis clubs, etc. To each
suit belong special huts, gloves, cia
vats and ennos, Tlie empeioi 's body
linen Is, ngnln, especially mnde to "go
with" the vailous suits of clothes, nnd
there are whole packing cases full of
tie pins, lings, studs, etc
The keeper of this pilvnte "muse
um," who is, us n tulo, u supeiannunt-
ed vulet, bus under him a niitnbei of
men wen veiseil in mo alt ot tho
needle These do what little mending
theie Is to bo done, in the way of sew
ing on buttons, builds and ornaments.
Hut though his majesty has so exten
sive a wardorbe, he is most careful
and paislmonlous concerning It, nnd
tlie unlfoims specially nro tieated with
gieat consideration New collnis and
cuffs ate added tlnee or four times to
the oidinaij unifoim befoie n coat Is
"done with," and not an article of
clothing is evei wasted. Tho Get man
and other foielgn oulers In the emper
or's possession are estimated at f0,000,
and when the "traveling empeioi"
goes abroad there aie among his lug
gnge some Iron cases containing a se
lection of oulers reptesenting the sum
SE.VATOK SAVi VIUl'S COW.
A Storj Tlmt Is Susceptible of Pre
Piom the Lancaster New Era.
When in a coitaln legislative pro
ceeding It was pioposed to make a
certain appropilatlon In a seiles of ex
pctidltutes that never came to an end,
the Hon Phlle'us Saw)er, then u
Lulled Slates senator fiom Wiscon
sin, bald that the case reminded him
of a cow Hint he once had on h's
fai in. He told the story thus:
Once when we w ere living on the
fai in a man came along anil wanted
t bu a certain cow. I offered him
another, but nothing would do but
the one he had pointed out. Then
1 told h'm that that ccw vvps one 1
had given to m wife and that I could
not sell it without h i consent
'Well," said the man, "wouldn't
she sell the eow ?"
I went Into the house and aeked mv
vlfe if I -liouI 1 s 11 the cdw '"
"Oh, ves" she said, "but I want
I sold the cow for twenty iLllai"
gav mv wife two dollais and slid:
'Call on me when y u want rr.or .'
Then, aftei that hen my wife
w intcd a d ess, a bonnet or money to
get a wedding present,' she would ask
me foi some of that cow moncj . t
had raid her sevetal thousand dolluts
of It, and wondoKd when the uedit
would be exhausted, w lien wo luii'i
a house. Then it had to be furnished.
We figured up what the cost would be
of the th'iigs we wanted, and found
that It amounted to several thousand
dollais I said.
"Wife, I'll piy you the bilance of
that cow moiie). and ou can pa) foi
luinishlng the house with it."
It was a bargain, and at last the
cow deal was over. That animal cost
me not fai tiom twenty thousand dol
lais. His "Ism."
"Mis O'Roonej," said the Rev. father
.MC.viurpii), wny. no l never see Patrick
at chinch now '
Mis. O'Roone) shook hei head sadly.
"Is Is anarchism "
"Wurse than thot, ) er ilverence."
"Is It atheism?"
"W'aise, lei rlverence."
"What Is it, then;"
"Rheumatism." Pittsburg Chronicle
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Wo nro lecelvlng dally all the latent nov
elties in black and colored silks, printed
I'oulaids, black nnd colored dicss itoods,
orBandlcs, dimities, driss tilmnilnK
buttons, buckles, belts, neckwear,
etc , and inv lie Inspection Our entire stock
of w Inter (roods of evn description must
be sold out within tho next thrte wcekH,
no milter how itieat n sucrlllce we have
to mnke. We make It n inle neui to
cany over goods from one season to an
other. Silks ami Dro. (JoihR
15 pieces puie silk Toltlard, 21 Inches wide.
Our Price, 1')c
250 jaiila T.lick China Silk, 24 and 27
Indies wide, GOc. quality.
Our Pricoi M5c
Embroideries, Laces, Kiv.
10,000 ynids Swiss, Nalhook nnd Cam
bric einbioldeiies, bough at 50 cents on the
dollar, we have sime now on snle, pi lees
l.inge fiom J cents a ard to GO cents V o
have just put on salt (i complete line of
42-Inch Swiss ombroidciles foi Infant!,'
diesses, nil ovei embiolderies to match.
White Goods, Towels, Linens, lite
250 pieces whlto India linen,
Price, 5c. 7Jc, i)c and 12Jc
These goods' tile worth fully 25 per cent
lfiO pieces checked muslin, all size checks
und plaids, from 5c u .inl up.
100 dozen pure linen towel", 12'.c. kind,
Our Price, Sc
25 pieces 10-4 bleached sheeting, cheap at
Our Price, !)c
5,000 yards dress ginghams In hhort lengths
tunning fiom 2 to 12 jaids, 10c tiuallti,
Our Price. 5c a yard
Ladles' Dress Skirts.
CO ladles' figured btllllaiitlno skirts, lined
throughout, velveteen bound.
Our Price, )8c
50 ladles' flguied blllllantlno skirts, veiy
tine qualrtj, newest patterns,
Our Price. $1.59
30 dozen infants' long and short diesses,
embroidery tiinimed, worth C5e.,
Our Price. 25c
23 dozen chlldien's lawn dresses, fancy
trimmed, sizes 1, 2 and 3 worth &Jc
Our Price, 49c
25 dozen men's laundrled negligee shirts,
collars and cults attached, new styles,
Our Price, 49c
100 dozen men's new spring neckwcir in
tecks, f oui -In-hand and club house ties,
Our Pi ice. 25c
Special Sale in Kid Gloves.
"S dozen f oui -button kit bloves, with heavy
embtoldeiy, in tan, brown and led,
usually sold at $1 00,
Our Price, (19c
S5 dozen ladles' leal kid gloves in foui
button oi two clap, In tan, led, brown,
black and white with heavy black em
broldeiy, eveiy pair wan anted, foimer
pi ice, $1 J3,
Our Price, S9c
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NCW YORK HO'lTLS.
B. L. M. DATLS,
. - - -
An establlthed hotel under new tnnnnccment
and thoroughly abreitit of tho time V tsltors tu
New York will llml the Hveutt In ihe very henit
ot tho EhapiiInK UUtrlet, convenient to pmcib ot
amusement una reatlin ncrilb!( troiu all imrta
it tho city Kl ItOPLAN 1'I.A.N.
Cor. Sixteenth St. and Irving Placa,
GEO, MURRAY, Proprietor,
Urcadway and eleventh St., New York,
Opp. clroce Cliurch, -European Plan.
Rooms $1,00 a Day and Upwardi.
Xn a modest and unobtrusive way there ar
few butter conducted hotels In th metropolis
than the 8t Denis
Uho groat popularity it has acquired can
readily bo traced to its uniipio location, lt
liomellki) Htmosnliero, tho pscullir oxcollono
ontsculslaoand aarvico, aaj its very modor.
WILLIAM TAYLOR AND SON.
PERSONALLY CONDUCTED TOURS
MATCIILHSS IN liVI.KV I'iiATURH.
Tours to CAMrOHNIA nnd the I'ACI
IMC COAST will leao New York and
Philadelphia l'eb 21, stopping nt New Or
lc ins dining Mai dl Urns festivities, and
allowing four weeks In California, and
March 17, returning on legulai tialns with
in nine niontlui Hound trip rntes from all
points on the l'ennsy Ivunln ltallroul HyH
tem cast of I'lttslniig $0 0U foi tour cf
l'eb. 21, and $210 00 for tour ot March 27.
Jacksonville torn?, nllovslng two weeks
in riorida, will leave New Yoik and Phil
adelphia IMi 'l and 21, nnd March 'J, 1VJ7
Hate covering cponses en unite In both
directions, $:o0 from New York, and $13 00
Tours, ench loverlng a petlod of three
dtys w'll leivt New ork and Phlladel
phln Peb 11, Jlaich 11 April 1 und 22, and
May 11, 1S97
llilo. Including tinnspnitntlon nnd two
days' accommodation ut the best Wash
ington hotels, $11 rn fiom New York and
$1150 fiom Philadelphia
OLD POINT COMFORT TOURS
KI.TURNINO DIRLC1 OR VIA
ItlCIWONI) ami WASHINGTON',
will leave New York and Philadelphia
l'eb 20, Much 13 anil Apill 15, 1S07
Tot detailed Itlnerailes nnd other Infor
mation, apply at ticket nxeuclcs, oi ad
dtiss CJeoige V Hoyd assistant general
passenger ugent, Uroad stleet station,
Has Moved to till New Quarters,
402 Lackawanna Avenue.
entrance on olds next to Pi ret National
Dank Ho lias now in a
Comprising every thing rotjilallo for flno
Werohant Tailoring And tho same cin
bu ehown to advantage in his splen
didly fitted up rooms.
A SPECIAL INVITATION
Ii Extended to All Readers of The Trib
une to Call on "OLD RELIABLE" In His
New Business Home
WOLF & WENZEL,
53t Linden , Opp. Court Hems;.
PRACTICAL TINNERS and PLUMBERS
Solo Aecnts for Richardson Boynton's
1 urnaces nnd Hunges.
EcmoTCS Freckles, Pimplas, L
Liver Moles, Blackhosdo,
Sunburn and Ten, and re- t
ttorcs tho skin to its oriii-
sal freshness, producing a.W
Clear uuu .(vu,..iji uuui i
nlo-rlnn. Rnnnrinr to fill f lnn
preparations and pcnectly harmless. At all
druggists, ormailea forSOcts. faeud lor Circular.
VIOLA SKIN SOAP ' elroplj- inwmpariklo OS
tltln jtirlljlng Soap, uultialci fsr tho toilet and without a
rttat for taa nursery. Ahsolucply puro aad dcllwatal medi
cated M druiiKUta. price 25 5eMf.
G. C. BITTNER& CO.,To:.edo, O.
For sale by MATTHnWS BROS, and
JOHN TT PHrLPS. Scranton Pa.
CnOCBSID BT TMC H0HET MroiCAL AUTKOBITIIS
iMTALm Will euro vou. A
womlrful toon to Ruffcron
fromuliUt oThi nat,
Inflneri7 i 1rnnchltlf
or II VTT rnVII. Affords
immediate rclirf Anofllcltnt
nniony, convtnlont tocarr
irir to iisf on liret indkntion of u, J
C'nntlniictl lo inVctc Z'crninnent Cure.
ti'l et. 'I rial freo ot UrusBlsts KeKistcrcil rnull,
W cents. ED cnSHMll, Mir , Three Rmrs, Uith , U S. i.
BJipBJT'LIfll 'lho Biiront nnd safest remedy fot
llltnjnUL allpklndleBes rciema, Itch Halt
Itheum old fclnrcs, Iturns, emg Wonderrul rem
cuv fiirl'IF.PS. 1'rlce U.lcti. nt Drutt-D A I Lfl
trlBtsor bjr mnll prcpni 1 Addnsins above Drtin
For nolo by MATTHEWS BROS, and
JOHN IT PHELPS. Scran ton. Pa.
Itli. tiPEAT ;ioth Day.
pioiluri u tliortlmce reaults In IK) ilnys. ItacU
IOHitJullyaiidoukl.ly dues hen all othcrb fall
iomiunienMlll retain tbcir lost manhood and old
men will recover their youthUU viuoi bv u.lng
Ui.V'IVO. It qulcltl) andtuich rlstorcBenou8
ncMi, I.ot Vitality. Impottuey Mubtly tmUBlons.
Lohtloucr lallliiB Mimory Waitins DKiasen and
all Uinta ot sclfobuso orciccmand lndibcrctlou,
v bull Hunts ono tor a'tidy biihlncbsorniarrlaKu It
not only cures by kjartine at the boat of d jease but
isacrcat nrr.titoulc and blood bulldi r, brlc
inn back tho plnU glow to pulo lit ksindro
btoiinit tbo Urn nf jimtli. it ardn on Iiika ilty
anl lontmnntiin Iueiht on liaMns Itl VIM), no
other It can bd carried lu est pocket by mnll,
aLUOperpackasc, or fell foi 83.00, vvlthn poal
tlio written gturtutio to mro or refund
lIuMiiiincy. Clrcelarfrco. Addrets
ROYAL f.TDICINE CO R1 Rlyer SI . CHICAGO. I'
lor 3alo by .VIA I 1 UCW b HuOj.. uiu
t,lbt .i.ruiitou. I'.i.
111111 III IMIIIJI11J.
bclicjule in Lftect November is. iSji
Trains Leave Wilkes-Barre as Follows
7.30 a. m week days, fop Sunbury,
Harrisburjr, Philadelphia, Baltl
more, WaslunRton, and for Pitts
burg and the West.
10.15 a. m., week days, for Hazleton,
Pottsville, Reading, Nornstown,
and Philadelphia; and for Sun
bury, Harrlsburtr, Plilladelphia,
Baltimore, Washington and Pitts,
burg and tlio West.
3.15 p. m., week days, for Sunbury,
Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington and Pittsburg
and tho West.
3.15 p m., Sundays only, for Sun
bury, Harrlsburg, Philadelphia,
and Pittsburg and tho West.
0.00 p. m., weok das, for Hazloton
J. R. WOOD, (Jeii'l Pass. Agent.
S. M. I'RCVOST, Qeneral Alanaser.
I II 111
eTiiV' L W"
ftlTL' S a W f
jAw;$ a fa s$
lblDay. VlikM &xfJ&
i r r n tr
I.niliail VAI.LBY P.AILHOAD SYS
TEM. Anthracite Coal Used Exclusively Insur
ing Cleanliness nnd Comfort.
IN ni'PKCT NOV. IB, 1S9S.
TRAINS I.13AVH SCIIANTON.
Tor Philadelphia nnd New York via D.
$ II. 11. It. at C 15. 7.41 a. m., 12 03. 1 20, 3 31
(lllack Diamond l.xpress) and 1130 p, in.
I or Plttston and VVIlkos-llarre via. 1).
J",.2 W. H H, C00, 8 0S, 11.20 n. in, 155
3 40. C 00 and 8 17 p. 111.
lor White Ilnvcn, Hnzleton, Pottsville,
find principal points In the coal legions
ii tn U' U" 043 "' m" 12M nnd 4 ll
il!.r Ue"'ehem, Kaston, lleatllng, Hnr
M..H B. "na l"l"rlpnl Intermediate sta
l"!s ,v' II H II, 0 43, 7.45 n. m.
4ii;;.iHi2ii3-o3Vmack 1,amond i:"pross)'
nl,'?i Tiinkhnnnock, Townndn, Elmlrn.
i m , l,e,npyn and prlnclpnl IntcrmedlHto
Ktntlons via 1), I. A w. 'Hi n 0 oo, 8 0S,
11 ;'"' 12 20 and 3 40 p m.
pin. nil"'1' Hochestcr, Uuftalo, Nlngara
i nils, Chicago and nil points west via D.
,., i i- H" ,,4d " m 12 05. .1 33 (lllnck Dia
mond Impress), 9 50 and 11 30 p. m.
I tillmnn parloi and sleeping or Lehigh
u"i L F.'""1 clr', on u11 tIn"13 between
i.li J , 7r,,,,i?ri0 nml Nw York. Phlladel
Pliln, IJiiffalo and Suspension llrldge.
nn '!0J'HIN.,n WIMJUIl, Gen Supt.
Pn, I'l:l:' Gon' Pas3' Aet- I,hl,a-
A V NONNnMACIinn, Asst. Qen
oi a,,1 At South Hethlehem, Pa.
hcranton Olllce, 309 l.ickawanna avenue.
Del., Lacka. and "Western,
tp pffect Mondny, October 19, lS'JG.
niV.2 Vs hV Sci nnton as follows. Ex
Un .fnrfw Vork nml a11 Pf'nts East,
3 M P "n nna - m ! 1'10 a"
i,Mnpr.els.,for Piston, Trenton, Phnadel
1 10 and 3 33 So"th- 6 15, 8 00 and 9 55 a. tn .
Washington nnd way stations. 3 45 p. m.
lotiyliannu accommodation, G 10 p in.
ml'rV ""' f,or "liKhamton, Oswego. El
mLr"'1 Corning, Hath, Dansvllle, .Mount
Moirls ami Huffalo, 12 20, 2 33 a m . and 1 5
' '",,' ma,Khig close connections at Buffalo
m, ' Points in tho West, Noithwest and
Hath accommodation, 9 15 a. m.
lungiinmtoii and way stations. 1 03 p m.
Aicliolson nccommodntlon, 5 13 p. m
p m mt0" nnd Elmlra express, C55
nxpress for Utlca and Richfield Springs.
-3 a m and l 53 p m.
p in Ca 233 and IJuth 5,5' m and 1E5
ror Northumberland, nttston, Wilks
liaire, Plymouth, liloomsburg and Dan
MP1 makln.' close connection at North
uinburljua for Wllllnmsport, Harrlsburg,
H iltlmore, Washington nnd the South.
jvorthumborlnnd nnd intermediate sta
tions, G 00 9 55 a. m , and 1 5". and G 00 p. m.
Nunticoke and Intermediate stations, S OS
and 11 20 a m Ply mouth and lntermedlato
sfitlons, 3 40 and 8 17 p m.
l ullman parlor and sleeping coaches on
all express tialns
I pi detailed Information, poekot time,
tables, etc, apply to M. L Smith, clty
tlcUet olllce, 32S Lackawanna avenue, or
depot ticket office
Ccntial Huilrutid of New Jersey.
(Lehigh and Susquehnnna Division.)
.Vnthiaclte coal used exclusively, insur
ing cleanliness and comfort.
TIMU TAHLD IN UITUCT JAN. 23, 1897.
Trains leave Scianton for Plttston,
Wllkes-Bnne, etc , at S 20. 9 15. 11 30 a. tn .
12 43, 2 00. 3 03, 5 00. 7 10 p. m. Sunday s 9 00,
a in , 1 00. 2 15, 7 10 p m
For Atlantic City, 8 20 a. m.
Tor New York, Newark and Elizabeth.
8 20 (express) a. m , 12 43 (express with Buf
fet parlor car), 3 05 (express) p m Sun
day, 215 p m Train leaving 12 45 p. m.
an Ives at Philadelphia, Reading Termin
al. 5 22 p m. nnd New York G 00 p m.
Tor Jlauch Chunk, Allentown, Bethle
hem, Baston and Philadelphia. 8 20 a. m .
12 13. 3 03, 5 00 (except Philadelphia) p. m.
Sunday, 2 15 p m.
Por Long Branch, Ocean Grove, etc., at
8 20 a. m and 12 43 p tru
Tor Lakewood, 8.20 a. m.
Tor Reading, Lebanon nnd Harrlsburg,
via Allentown, h 20 a. m, 12 43, 5 00 p. m.
bunday, 2 15 p m
Tor Pottsville, 8 20 a. m , 12 43 p. m.
Returning leave New York, foot of Lib
erty stieet, 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.
9 00 a. m , 2 00 and 4 30 p. m Sunday, 6 25
Through tickets to all points at lowest
rates may be had on application in ad
vance to the ticket agent at the station.
II. P BALDWIN.
Gen Pass. Agt.
J. II. OLHAUSBN, Gen. Supt.
, - DDL A WAR BAND
VJMT . HUDSON TIMB
On Monday, Nov. 23,
trains w ill leave Scran
ton as follows.
f i or euruuiiuuiQ o u,
V7 55 8 55, 10 15, a m;
1JO0 noon; 1 21, 2 20, 3 52,
B 23 C23, 7 57, 910, 10 30.
11 rj3 P. m
Tor Albany, Saratoga, Montreal, Bos
ton, New England points, etc. 3 45 a. m.;
2 20 p m
Pot Honesdale 3 43, S 53, 10.15 a. m ; 12 00
noon, 2 20 5 23 p. m.
Poi Wilkes-Barre 0 43. 7 43, S 43, 9 33.
10 13 a. m; 12 05, 120, 2 28, 3 33, 4 41. GOO.
7 'i 9 30 11 30 p m
Poi New York, Philadelphia, etc , via
Lehigh Valley Railroad G 45. 7.45 a. m;
12 03 120, 3 33 (with Black Diamond Bx
p'les's), 11 30 p m.
r Pennsylvania Railroad points G 43,
9 3S a. m , 2 30, 4 41 p m.
Tor western points, via Lehigh Valley
Railroad 7 45 a. m . 12 05 3 33 (With Black
Diamond Express) 9 50, 11 30 p m.
Tialns will nnive at Scranton at follows:
Prom Carbondalo and tho north G 40.
7 10 S 40, 9 34, 10 40 a m : 12 00 noon; 105,
2"4 3 25 4 37, 5 i5, 7 45, 9 15 and 11 23 p. m.
Piom'WIlkes-llnrre and the south 5 40.
7 CO. 8 50, 10 10, 11 33 a. m ; 1 10, 2 14, 3 4S,
5"' C 21, "7 53, 9 01, 9 45 11 52 p m.
j'W Ill'KDK'K, G P A. Albany. N. Y.
H W Cross, D P. A., Scranton, Pa.
Lrie an J Wyoming Valley.
Bffectlvo Jan 4, 1897.
Trains vlll leavo Scianton for New
Yoik, New burgh nnd intermediate points
on Brie, also for Haw ley nnd local polnx,
at 7 03 a m and 2 28 p m ; and arrive from
nbove points at 10 33 u m. and 9 38 p m.
lu lltfccl Oetober Itli, IHflfi.
ivSJz a m Ms
Kortli llutinil. Nuutli Bound.
203 VioTi aOU.'iOl
.nib J Stations Jp a
J I cept Sunday ) j ign
! Mr si.vnlvo Leave x n
T2SN Y Franklin St ,.,, 7 o ....
7 10 West 4.'nd street .... 715
. 7 00 vveeunwken ... 810 ....
ip m An lvc Leave ami- yi
1 lDIIancnck Juuetlon ifii ...
. ioj. Ilnacoclc . 'i ....
. UJ6 Starllcht 2 83
l.Mrt Pi eatou park JJl ....
1J40 coino , an ....
U'JV l'oyn'elle . 250 ....
. IS 14 Belmont KW ....
uni rieasant vit 3 08 ....
. . tilt?, Untondale 3 09 ....
1149 Porestcity 319 ...
... fi Will 31 carbondalo 701 33t' ....
.... Hi IBflPU VShlteMrldge t7U7f3 38, ...
...,fi nrnsil Jlayrteld i: is rs 43....
.... e4ilisi Jermyn T 141 45J ....
.... C3M118I Archibald TSN Sfil ....
... os.'iinl VMnton 7J8 3M ...
.... li.Sllll IVckvlllo 77 AH, .
.... r. S3 1 1 071 oivpbnnt 73.' lot1 ..
.. I G JO II OS1 1'ricnburg 7 S4 4UT ....
.... t.lsllOJ, 'ihrnop 7811410...
.. 6 15U0.11 rrnMdence 739 114,....
... eufl07 I'nrL l'litco 17 41 H 17 ...
... 6101055 scrnt'on 741 4 2J
r m a m Lrnve Arrive a ur n
All ti alns run dallv except Sunday.
f Blgnlfles that tralnb stop on signal tor pas.
i-ecure rRtes via Ontario & w stern before
purcliaslng tickets and savo money Day nnt
hlgnt Enpresstothe West
.1 C. AiMcnod, Oen. Pais Agt.
T Flltcroft, 1)W lass, Agt Scranton, pa
Houses for Sale and for Rent.
If ou contemplate purchasing or leaf
ing u huube, or want to Invest In u lot,
ice the lists of desirable property on
page 2 of 1 he 1 rlbunc.