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TIIE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY !i2, 1897.
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Copyright, 1S97, bv
When a man li com ting a maid
spiliiK comotli only once in a lifetime
they suffer gient loss 'who live In cities
Who can speak ai Isht of the mystery
of love trudging; along paved stieots
with rows of shops on elthei side, or
cabined In a il recti y room fiom which
the blue sky cannot bo seen foi the
smoke of factoiles, or attending even
ing functions where loveis nio con
scious of covert glances and subtle al
lusions,, or sitting on lion chalis amid
the smoke-begrlmed shrubs of an ai
tlllclal paikV Love should be made
In a garden vvheio at the kiss of thu
wind lose leaves will drop upon thu two
sheltered In theh itiboi, 01 along the
windings of a lane wheie they can
pluck the honeysuckle ftom the hedge,
or In the quiet wutei beneath the over
hanging branches while the meiry cui
lent rushes by, 01, best of all, In an
ancient wood with open glades, wheio
llcnvers glow In their season and thcio
Is evei the sound of running water.
Amid such scenes lomance breathes her
native alt and teacheh loveis to dream.
Ah me' the di earns of those golden
days w hen the fretted sunlight broke
thtough the gteenery of June and the
scent of loses was' In the wind! How
thev faded and vanished befoio the
realities of life. They were Illusions
which chaimed and Inspited; yet de
pai ting, they left behind a better sub
stance. It Is more than twenty veais
since Kate Catnegle and John Car
mlehaol were betiothed and had their
love dieam. They vveie both young and
undisciplined besides having very lit
tle undei standing one of the othei; and
duilng the after jeais they came
thiough many tilals, and quarreled not
a few times. Yet, now that all Is ovei,
and Kate btavest, bonniest and loy
alebt of women lies with her father,
they wete not disappointed "We blun
dcied, I fat more than she," Carmlchael
-aid to me It was all lie said, as wo
dtove dliect to Muiitovvn afterward.
"We buffeted, she more than I, but we
did not miss the prize of life." It seems
now too late to tell the story of their
mil rinse, but It was ever In my mind
to do It, and It Is ceitaln that they had
a pleasant com ting time in Tochty
Nowhere In Scotland can there be
such a paiadlse for lovers, since thcie
are the "Beeches," whence the two can
look up the far distances of the Glen to
the western hills and Imagine the un
known experiences befoie them unto
set of sain; and theie Is a winding path
with loom for only two, which some
times dips down Into dank, sombet hol
lows, wheie the light of the sun cometh
not, w hlch climbs again to the height
wheie the trees stand apait and give a
view of the shining comtlelds; and
theie ate nooks set with violets and toft
with shaded light wheie two can sit to
gether In sweet content, and turns of
the liver whote the bank Is green and
mossy, and the guigllng of the water
maketh the music foi the confessions
of love. When It was wet, Kale gave
Carmlchael welcome in her diawlng
room, and the General, glowing weaiy
of his own company, would cioss the
big hall and ulve due warning of his
'QUITE SO, JACK. WELL, THEN,
WHAT AHE YOU AETEIt-"
coming by jostling a piece of armor on
the wall; but If It wete fair and that
was the diest of summeis for a seote
of yeats the two went out Into the
woods, Kate walking slightly befoie
with hot quick, proud step, and Cai
mlchael at the angle where he could
bee her profile.
It seemed to mo that the General re
garded Carmlchael as an Inexperienced
rldei, who had undertaken the chaige
of a high-spirited animal and was likely
to have his tioubles. When Kate laid
down the law In her spaikling fashion,
and Caimlchael heard her In admit Ing
bllence, the General used to smoke ami
watch them fiom behind the wieaths,
and then he would go out and pace the
"Uoeches" standing still, now to smile
as one does at the icrnembiance of a
c levot stioke, and now shaking his head
us if he feaied calamity. One day the
honest gentleman went down to the
Manse and opened his mind to the doc
"You know, Davidson, I never
thought this engagement, eh
wise, and you had the same feeling;
but you weie quite right about Kate,
She has sot her heait on Caimlchael,
and w ill never change."
"You wouldn't want her, Carnegie,"
and the doctor looked shatply at his
friend. "It would break the young fel
low's heart, and not be quite "
"No, no; that would nevet do, and I
You can't go on losing
flesh under ordinary con
ditions without the knowl
edge that something is
wrong, either with diges
tion or nutrition. If the
brain and nerves are not fed,
they can't work. If the
blood is not well supplied,
it can't travel on its life
journey through the body.
Wasting is tearing down;
Scott's Emulsion is building
jp. Its first action is to im
prove digestion, create an ap
petite and supply needed nu
trition. Book free.
SCOTT & UOWhE, Chemists, New York.
twni . ..vTt&p'iMorv-i-Hfy
I ' tifflf
l. . t'-irv i j t- i t
nt uonniE rrier wstr
wasn't thinking of anv thing of the
kind. Kate his civ en her wold, and
must keep her wotdj besides, It's nei
ther you nor I could make her bleak
It," and the General smoked fuilously.
"Kate Is a ttue-heaited gill," the
General went on, "and a lojal daugh
ter ; but she's masterful and
"Quite so, Jack. Well, then, what are
"Caimlchael Is a capital fellow, and
will make n good husband, I'm suie of
that, and he's quite nice, eh In
the lodge; but do jou think, Sadie"
the General took the chotoot out of his
mouth and dropped his voice "that
Caimlchael knows anything about
"Nothing whntovei," nnd the doctot
chuckled with meat etijuvmunt; "but
"TELL ME.KATE, HOW DID
don't alarm join self. Kate will teach
him all he needs to leain. She'll as
tonish him "
"Yes, I dare say," and the General
looked very tueful; "but don't you
think that it would be right to
In fact, put him up to some things'
It might make the III st jear
easier for both."
"You would give the lessons, I sup
pose, Jack?" and the doetoi looked
veiy giave. "When Kate sas she
won't, Caimlchael Is to stamp his foot
and say: 'Madam, jou will do as I de
slie, 01 leave the house' as jou used
to say to Kate."
"I, Davidson? Why, I never spoke to
Kate or any woman like that "
"Man alive, Jack," and the doctor
gave way to his amusement, "heie has
Kate been ruling over jou ever since
she was a balm, and j'ou seiving hei
like a slave I'm another, there's no
ue denying It and now from the
treasutes of your wisdom j'ou aie to
teach her man how to manage his
"No, no. Jack," and the doctor so
bered down, "Kate will do such things
and say such things as were never
known befoie In a Fiee Klik Manse,
but no one can Interfere. It will be an
Intel esting maulage, and I guatantee
that neither of them will weaij'."
So the Geneial wont home uncom
While the two old gentlemen held
theli council, Kate and Caimicliael
weie down by the Tochtj, she sitting
on the root of a tree and he lying on
the glass at hei side; and, like all true
loveis, they were considering this mai
velous thing, that two people who had
nevei seen one another a jear ago, and
were divided bj- many citcumstntices,
had come to be moie to one another
than anj thing In the world.
"Tell me, Kate" she had sutiendeied
a hand to him, and as thej- poke he
compated it with his, hers small,
lounded, fim, his lone;, thin, llexlble,
both stiong "how did j'ou ever come
to to love me.'"
'Tor vnilous teasons; for Instance,
jou are not bad looking, sli ; In fact,
when jour hair has been pioperly cut
and jour whlskets tilmmed, and j'ou
have got a suit of clothes fiom a decent
tailor, jou will look quite well,
almost handsome. Yes, you maj kiss
mj- hand, but no more Just now."
"Then you struck me as something
quite flesh, all the j'oung men I knew
weie cut after the same pattern, and
I was sick of them thej" all said 'don't
you know ' You came fiom the outside
and excited my cuiloslty. We will have
lots of surpilses for each othei ; jour
views alone will Klve llavor to life."
"Do j'ou tomember, Kate, how hatd
you were upon me when I said women
had no connection in theli talk9"
"Of couise; you were so superior and
self-satisfied that I could have boxed
your eats speaking like a man of the
woild while jou weie only a
nice boj'. And jou were so offended
when I laughed at jou. Do jou know,
a man In a pet Is veiy amusing, so take
notice that I mean to tense jou Into
one at a time."
"Hut I made you angij' once your
self" Caimlchael was quite tilum
phant "and all Drumtochty knew, and
so did I, and had a very bad time; my
hopes were all dashed to the gtound
that day. Why weie j'ou bo lleice
about Queen Maty as to go out of
Kate laughed aloud, and looked down
at Carmlchael roguishly.
"Because of you, not Queen
Mnty; :'ou aie a foolish fellow In the
matter of women's heatts."
"Pel haps I am, and jot I have suc
ceeded," and nothing was heaid but
the tunning of the Tochty and the sing
ing of a blid.
TO HE CONCLUDED.
Shu Has Done .llucli to Itiuolutionic
tlio Irch ol Cliiltlrcn.
rrom tho Hoston Qlobo,
I2voiy one lias heuid tho name of
Kato Qreenawny, the tnlonted Ungllsli
aitlst, who has clone more to mvolu
tlonlzo children's dress than any other
living womqn. No woman is better
' A f I v 4trW$')
known In Hngland and In Ameiica. than
she, and yet no woman's uetsonal life
and habits are less known mid Calked
of than hets. The leason of this lies In
the feet that she legntds her private life
us something sac tiHl tn herelt and bet
friend, nnd has never nllowil anyone
tc lntrivlow lii r nnd iiiinln" lium in
ceptliib attentions md 'tit i tilnmciits
tliut would btlnir hei Into a conspicu
ous position, She lives, however, In an
old nnd plctmesque hotwo In the nelgh
boi hood of llampstead Heath, and has
lici studio here on the top Iloor, a large
well-lighted and cosoy loom. Its long
windows open out Into a balcony,
wheie Miss Giecnavvay loves to sit on
pleasant days She Is most lndusttlous,
and to her hard work.oilglnallty, and
love for children Is attributed her
gieat success. Like every other suc
cessful man nnd woman, Kate Giecn
avvay tolled long and earnestly befote
fame smiled upon hot. First she stud
ied at the att school in South Ken
sington, and next at the life classes at
Heathoi lev's, another famous London
studio, and at the Slade school. When
her lit st pictures weie exhibited at the
Dudley galleiy they attracted some at
tention nnd much ptalse, and it was
after this that Miss Gieenawny de
voted heiself to lllustiatlng children's
books, and to designing ClulstmaH
blithdny, and dinner caids, menus and
all kinds of pietty and nitlstlc novel
ties. A collection of pretty coloted
sketches of children dressed In the
quaint, old-fashioned gowns of a cen
tuiy ago, published under the title of
"Undei the Window," brought her
YOU EVER COME TO LOVE ME?"
fame. This was not only confined to
the aitlstlc biotheihood, but fashion
qulcklj- lecognbed the chaim and stylo
of these plctmesque costumes and
adopted them Until then, chlldien had
been oveuliessed 01 unattiactlvelj'.
diessed, nnd the beautiful and numer
ous fashions In dalntj' gow ns and
cloaks and hats, w hlch combine sensible
comfoit and wnimth with aesthetic
taste in color and toim, nil date from
Miss Kate Gieenaway's effotts fifteen
j eats ago.
ovlni 000,000 cyclhs.
Estimate Output of the American
1'actoiies During the Year.
rrom the London Times.
The cycle industry in the United
States has grown fiom six factoiles In
lisS5, with a total output of 11,000 ma
chines, to COO factoiles In ISM, count
ing only those which turn out not less
than 1,000 machines annuallj, nnd hav
ing a total pioductlon of 600,000 cjcles
of vailous giades. The capital Invested
In these E00 factories is placed at $00 -000,000,
and the lowest estimate of the
output ot completed machines foi 1S9(!
is one million, valued at '$00,000,000. If
the mnnufnctuie ot tubing, bells, lamps
and oihei bujelc paiaphernalla Is in
cluded, it Is estimated that the total '
capital Invisted would amount te $1 ,
The expo,! t of American bk v cles prac
tically commenced In 1S93, and for the
last half of that jear the value of those
expoi ted only amounted to $24J,".!1, ac
eoidlng to the lepoits of the tteasuij
depaitment. Hut for the lit st six
months of 1S9G the same lepoit puts the
value of expoited machines at $1,645,
201. Nearly one-half of this expoit
goes to England In completed machines
or patts of machines, and Get many
and France are the next best custo
mers The success of the American
mnchlne, says the Times, is the atten
tion paid to the development of strength
with lightness and the llnlsh and high
quallt;' of pioduct. lilcjcles aie made
weighing only twentj-six pounds,
which will safely carry 300 pounds ovei
The pi ice of the best blcj'cle has been
t educed from $110 in 18'U to $100 In lbi)C,
for the same quullty of machine oi ev en
better. The Times estimates the num
ber of blcjcles In use in the United
States at not less than 3,000,000 Geoige
F. Paikei, Ameiican consul nt llli
mlngham, sajs that in 1&05 nbout 750,
000 blcjcles weie made In England,
valued at about $r.S,39.000 The ex
poit vulue of English blcjcles foi the
Hist nine months of 1S9C amounted to
$0,452,691, but the trade In ejele mate
tlal with the United States has de
clined to $G2,787, and Mi Paikei says it
will piattkallj cease by the end of the
season of 1S97.
AMMAI.S Kll,l,i:n II Y THAINS.
roves mill Owls OKcii the Victims.
DtH's l,1i it'll to Dentil on Ti.ielis.
riom the New Yoilc Sun.
Tho ie:ort pilnttd n few days ntro
tliut a buck deei had been Killed b a
train near Sajville, L,, I, lemlndetl
spoitsmen of many slmllni tidgedies of
of the animal woild. When the buf
faloes toamed attoss the plains they
not Infiequently eompellecl tialns to
btop until the herds had passed Ante
lopes were killed ciutte often by thp
The claie of the heaailfjhts nt nlulil
seems to stupefy ulids and beasts that
cross railroad tiacks. Owls are kllji-j
frequentl, as well ns many othei blrits,
duilnK the miniating season. An nnl
neei on a New Jersey lnllroad, while
liassliifj thiough the plneiles one night,
he aid a faint clash of glass above the
loai of the tiain. Instantly thenead
llght went out, nnd tho flicimuf went
fotwnid to leain the cause. A' shoit
eated owl had down Into thu glnts,
broken It, bioken the chlmncjV of the
lamp and lodged against the rellec
tor, a dead blid, f
The fox, In bplte of his ci txft, Is one
of the,' animals most frequently killed
by tialns. The chances atelthat most
of the foxes killed are younff and Inex
perienced, In rcngland foies closely
followed by a pack of hounds have been
IT PLEASES EVERYBODY.
A Certain Uuru for IMIri.
The 1'yramld l'llo Cute Is a stircess
because It has the moilt which brings
success. It cures every foiin of ples
nn 1 elites thoni to stay rmrd It Is
ii'.W the most 1 i.itilni and h1 known
pile icincilv befitc the public, til one
mason foi Its gi at populuilty Is bo-
cituso It has taken the place of surgical
opeintlons, once considered the only
People often wonder that so simple a
remedy will so piomptly cute such an
obstinate tumble as piles ate well
known to be. Yet the gientest rem
edies and gieatest Inventions wc have
nte the simplest, and the fact that It
does cure Is nil the suffeier from plies
wants to know.
The Pyiamld Pile Cuio cures plle,s
In any stage of the disease as shown
by the following testimonial letters
which aie published evety week and
new cases repotted each time.
rtom George C. Gleck, Owens Mill,
Mo : Some time ago I bought a pack
age of Pyiamld Pile Cute for my wife
who had surfeied very much. The
first tilal did her more good than any
thing she had ever tiled. It is Just as
Ftom ltlchaid Loan, Whipple, Ohio:
I have used the Pyramid and am en
tirely pleased and satlslled with re
sults. It does the woik and no mis
take. Mi. W. R. Illnes, of Mngnolla, Ark.,
says: Although I have used the Py
ramid Pile Cine only a eiy short
time, yet It has been veiy beneficial to
From Mis. Peter Lake, Mohawk, N.
Y.: I tecelvod the Pjiamld Pile Cure,
but put off using It until last week,
w hen I became so bnd 1 decided to try
It. I have suffeiod twenty-nine yeais
w 1th bleeding piles and hav e used a
gieat deal of medicine, but never had
nnj thing that did so much for me as
The piopiletois of this remedy could
publish columns of slmllni letters to
the above if necessaty, but these nte
enough to show what It will do in dif
The Pjiamld Pile Cure Is prepared
by the Pyramid Drug Co , of Albion
Mich , and for sale by druggists every
wheie at DO cents per package. One
package Is sulllcient to cure any 01 di
mity case. Your diuggist will tell you
mote about It.
known to run In fiont of a train along
the Hack, and then Jump off again be
foie the tialn came up The dogs
would follow after In full cry and a
do7en or moie would be killed. One
pack lan under the wheels of an ex
ptess In their eagerness to get the fox.
Kabbits,' wild tin keys, skunks, pait
ridges, quail, squlirels,. wild ducks and
geese and many other kinds of ani
mals that abide near lalltoads, have
been killed by the trains.
Wanted a Change.
He was about as black as the tradition
al aco of spades, and two duskj damsels,
each of whom claimed the light to call
him husband, sat bolt upright In the
courtroom and glared at the defendant.
"Yo'i Honoi," said the prisoner, "I
want to applj foi a change ot venus in
this case "
"On what giound?'' Inquired the couit,
"I want a change of venus," tepeatcd
the defendant, "because one of dese wo
men Is prejudiced ag'in me "Troy
A Well Paid l'rool-ltcnder.
The chief pi oof leader of the London
Times is a Cambridge graduate, who has
a salarj of fl.OOO, or $5,000, but then he is
a great scholai, not onl In the English
language, but In all ancient and other
tongues, not excepting Asiatic ones. He
Is peimitted to queiy and suggest exci
sions oi additions to the work of writers
and edltois. Piank Leslie's Popular
Health is Wealth.
an .di - i . ! - . .... rrr;
OH. E, C. WSST'3
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hynnthonzcHl audita only, to euro Weak Momoir,
Dizziness, WaIsofulnes3, lits, Ujetorm, Quick.
ncss, Nicht Losses, hvil Dreums, IiRcU ot ConlU
doncn, NorrouBiicss, Lnesll udo, nil Drulno. Youth
ful Crrors, or L'xccssivoUco ot Xobacco, Opiuin,
or lacjuor, which lpuds to Hisorj, Consumption,
luBanity and Death. At 6toro or by mail, $1 a
box, six for $3, with written annrniiteo to
cure or rel'uncl money. Hainplo pneU
ui;e, containing fivo dnjs' treatment, with full
instructions, J5 cents. One eamplo only Bold to
oacn person, ai storo or uy man,
KSTRctl Label Special
Tor Impotency, Losa of1
Power. Lost Manhood.
Sterility or Barrenness.!,
.i a tiox: bix ior 20. wuii
' ' tenure in jOuujtb, At
Wni. O. Clark, 326 Perm As
ull.NING. BLASTING AND SPORTING
Manufactured at the Wapwallopen Mllli.
Luzerrm county, l'a , and at Wil
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General Arront for tho Wyoming District.
IS WYOMINO AVCNUU, Scranton, P
Third National Bank Building.
THOS. FORD Plttston. Pa.
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E. W. MULLIGAN, Wllkes-Barre. Pa.
Agents for the Ilepauno Chemical Conv
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ON THE LINE OF THfc
CANADIAN PACIFIC I'Y
tiro located the finest fishing and hunting
grounds in the world. Descriptive booUa
on application. Tlckots to all points in
Maine, Canada and Maritime Provinces.
Mlnneapoll?, St. Paul, Canadian and
United Btutos Northwest, Vanvouver,
Seattle, Tacoma, Portland, Ore., San
First-Class Sleeping and Dining Cars
attached to all throught trains. Tourist
cars fully fitted with bedding, curtains
and specially adapted to wants of families
may be tied with second-class t'ekots.
Rates always less than via other lines.
For further Information, time tables, etc,
on application to
E. V. SKINNER, G. E. A.,
3S3 Broadway, New York,
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O I 1
124-126 Wyoming Ave.
Our stores are these il.ijs assuming
a new dress. Bright colorings are to
be seen on every h.iiiil, in our Silk
Department, In our Dress Goods de
partment, in our Department for
Laces and Umbroideiies in fact, ev
er) where. Delicate shades and tet
uics Indicate the arrival of a season
that has had no precedent for beauti
ful cications and artistic designs.
Dress Goods and Silks.
10 pieces Hew spring dress goods In dia
mond and square checks, In the verv
latest weave, leal value 09c ACIn
Our Pike 4VC
We have received in the las.t few dajs
somo veij handsome spilug dress goods
that We have on sale at 19c, 59c, flc.
and 93c. Thej are the most sightly
goods we have ever seen for the pilej.
Olio lot plain and broended black 471 n
silks, 75c. giade Our pilce .y2u
Will show ou some exceptional values in
black brocaded silks at 69c 09c. and 9Sc.
Just received 75 dress patterns of exclu
sive styles In Poulard silks, our pilce
S9c. and 9bc.
Embroideries, Luces, Etc.
Thousands of vaids of swIss, nainsook
and cambric edgings and inserting, both
in plain and Irish point effects a:
Leader's pi Ices.
Shirt Waist Department.
Our first shipment of the famous Stan
lej' waists comprised no less than luO
dozen All of this lot hnve the l'lor
cttc waist adjuster and skit t hanger.
Newest designs, all shades, detach ible
collars, sires 32 to 11, woith $100; have
been placed on sale at the uniform price
Gloila Waists, plain black detachable
collars, tinned ovei cuffs, cheap M OC
nt $200, will be retailed at.. . vpliZO
Persian lawn waists, navy and white,
black and white, dftaehablu collar,
tui nod-over cuffi, could easily QOr
bo sold at $125, will go at OVC
Pel stun Petcale waists, made substantlal
1 as above. In navy and white and
black and white, sizes 32 to 41, woith
$100 Euch have been placed AQr
on sale nt "'
Panel silk waists, beautiful creations,
newest shades, detachable velvet col
lars, tinned-over velvet cuffs, t0 no
cheap at $100, jour choice at,.. il)iuO
Ladies' Underwear Special.
One lot ladles' ribbed vests In white and
ecru, low neck, no sleeves; 1 0J -worth
25u. Our price '2u
One lot ladles' line thread vests, low
neck, no sleeves. In whito and 1 Of
ecru, cheap at 39c. Oui price.. '"
Ladies' Separate Skirts.
One lot figured brllllintlne skirts, lined
thioughout, velvetten bound. Oftr
Oui price ytH'
One lot ladles' figured brilllantine skirts.
line qtidiitj, all new patterns,
worth $250 Our price
lBta Bay. W jjsf nf Mfi.
THE QPCAT 30th bay.
producrs tho nbov o results In 30 dnys. It nf Uj
powerfully unfi quickly CurcB when all others fall
jrou-cmeuw ill retain their lost maichouil.andold
men will recover their southfui viiior by using
HI.VI0, It (juicklj anil hurely restores Nervous
ness, Lost Vltalltj, Inpotcnoj, Nlehtly LraUsione,
Lost Power, railing Mtmoi, Vastiua Diseases and
nil effect of self abuse 01 exee'p ind Indiscretion,
hlch uutHt no tors m' b isipresonu-rrisge It
onl cu hj 'rirt 1 1 .eat of ' iim but
i l. ui inn, tuuio&i 1 bluoit limlilir, r a?.
KB back the pink slow to pjle cheeks audio
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..., ..... ... j.,,,,.. i, Man "1, Jiii.uiiy
nj CoLbuniptiOii Inklst on 1 anuir Ul.VIVO.no
other It can bo carried in nt locket. Uy mill,
S1.00 per pack-ate. or eii for SG.OO, with a poal
tlo written guarunteo to rure or rotund
thu money. Clrnilar f roo. Address
ROYAL MFDICINE CO 61 Rlvor St . CHICAGO, 1
lor aulo by JMAIIiIUNi. ukuj.. utti
tftst bcru.noii. I'u.
Chlohentrr Eu?lUh Diamond Brand.
Orlclnul and Onlv (lentilnc.
safe aJwftj-i rvll&LU iadicb nik
UniLLlst for CJiichtittra LmUth Iha t
mond Drand in Itcd and OoM metallic'
Jbovei scaled irliii blur rll ton InLn
tvlno other. I tfutt ianaeroui iubitUu
-iiuniunu imimiumi Aiurujiiii orieQaac.
In fctuojpi f r parti ulari .JititnouUl icd
Itelkr for I uHt. inletltr bj return
f u, 1 O.UOO T xtlmnniaU ane Paper
.nt li. tinnf lid r( t n $ n .Iin1I.ah ..ni.. c.
(U bl ul Loctl Urujjlui I'UtlLdii., i'c
What Sarah licrnliard cny.
Schedule In Effect November 15, i3j5
Trains Leave Wilkos-Barro as Follows
7.30 a. m., week days, for Sunbury,
Harrlsburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington, and for Pitts
burg and the West.
10.15 a. m., week days, for Hazleton,
Pottsville, Reading, Norrlstown,
and Philadelphia; and for Sun
bury, Harrisburg, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, Washington and Pitts,
burg and tho West.
3.15 p. m., week days, for Sunbury,
Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington and Pittsburg
and the West.
3.15 p m.i Sundays only, for Sun
bury, Harrisburg, Philadelphia,
and Pittsburg and the West.
G.00 p. m., week days, for HazletOT
1 and Pottsvllle.
J. R. WOOD, Orn'l Past. Alien:.
J. U. HUTCHINSON, Uencrul Munager.
nrfato riotcrronbed tj
2235k trnn lift, g
1st Day. i(itf j&gOM
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v. . r s?-. as Jm5k.i..c, 13
gPWBCTB35gEBBKaW,JiM,v4'r8 v M
Made and Sold in Six Months, ending flarch 1, 1896,
Total Product of
The,A Mill Alone produced 1,000,000 Barrels,
Largest Run on Record.
Washburn, Crosby'q Superlative 1b sold everywhere from ths
Pacific Const to St. John's, New Foundland, und In Lngland, Ireland
nnd Scotland vcrj In-vgely, and 1b recognized as the best flour in th
We Carry a Full Stock of
Wheels, Rims, Spokes, Hubs, Shafts, Poles, Axles,
Springs, Steel and Cast Skeins, Buggy Tops,
Duck, Drill, Rubber and Carriage Cloth,
Carriage Forgings, Bolts, Clips,
AND A FULL LINE OF
IRON, STEEL AND BLACKSMITH'S SUPPLIES.
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURINGCO
SCRANTON AND WILKES-BAP1RE, PA., Manufacturers of
Locomotives, Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
For nalo by JOHN H. PHELPS,
Spruco Street, Scranton, Pa.
LEHIGH VALLEY RAILROAD SYS
TEM. Anthracite Coal Used Exclusively Insur
ing Cleanliness and Comfort.
IN EFFECT NOV. 15. 1S9(!
TRAINS LEAVE SCRANTON.
Tor Philadelphia and New York via D
i II R R (it C 45. 7 11 n. m , 1! 05, 1 20. 3 3J
(Black Diamond Epiess) and 1130 p. m.
Tor Plttston und VVllkes-Bane via D
L W. R R , G 00, S OS, 11 JO a. m , 1 53
3 40, COO and 8 47 p. m
Tor White Haven, Hazleton, Pottsvlllc,
and principal points in tho coal regions
v it D & H II. R , C 45 a. in , 12 05 and 1 41
Toi Bethlehem, Eaton, Rea Hi 7, 1 1
llsburg und niln-ipal intermediate sta
tions via D H R R , C 45, 7 45 a in,
12 05, 1 ;o, 3 S3 (Black Diamond Express),
4 41 and 11 30 p m.
For Tunklmnnock, Towandn, Elmlrn,
Ithaca, Geneva and principal Intel mediate
stations via D, L & W. R It, COO, SOS,
55 i m , 12 2J and J 40 p m
lor Genov 1, Rochester, Buffalo, Niagara
Fall, Chicago and all points west via D
II R R , 7.45 a m . 12 05. 3 33 (Black Dia
mond i:pitsb), 9 5J and 11.30 p. in.
Pullman pailor and. sleeping or Lehljh
v allev chali curs on all trains between
W ilkcs-Burre and New York. Philadel
phia, Buffalo and Suspension Bridge.
ROLL1N H WILBUR, Gen Supt.
CHAS S LEE, Gen. Pdbs. Agt , Phlla ,
A. W NONNEMACHER, Asst. Gen
Pass Agt. South Bethlehem, Pa
Scranton Olllee. 309 Lackawanna avenue.
Del., Lackii. anil Western,
Eifect Monday, October 19 ISOo
Trains leuvo Sciatiton as follows. Ex
press for Now Yoils und all jiolnts East,
1 40. .M, 5 15, S00 and 0 55 a. in , 1.10 and
3 31 i) m .
Evpiess for Easton, Trenton, Phlladel
nnlu und the South, C 15, & 00 und 9 55 a. in.,
1.10 and 3 33 p. m
VJashlngton and way stations, 3 45 p m
1 obj hanna accommodation, C 10 p in.
Liiesg foi Blnghiunton, Oswego, El
mlia, Corning, Bath, Dansvllle, Mount
M01 rl3 and Buffalo, 12 20, 2 35 a m . and 1 55
P m, making close connections at Buffalo
to all points in the West. Northwest und
Bath accommodation, 9 15 a m
Biiighamton and wu stations, 1,05 p m.
Iweholson accommodation, 5 15 11 m
B.nghamton and Elmira txpiess, 5 53
Express for Utlca and Richfield Springs,
- -sj a m und 1 r,5 p in
Ithaca 2 35 and Bath 9 15 a m , and 1 53
For Northumberland, Plttston, Wllks-
a,rrc' 'J mouth. Bloomsbuig und Din
vllle, making close connection at North
umboilund for Willlamsport, Harrisburg,
Baltimore Washington und the South.
Northumberland and intermediate sta
tions, 0 00, 0 55 a in , and 1 55 and b 00 p, m.
Nuntkoko and lutermcdlato stations, SOS
and 11 20 a m Pl mouth and Intel mediate
btatlons, 3 40 and S 47 p m.
Pullman pailoi und sleeping coaches on
all expres tnlns.
1 or detailed information, pocket time
tables, etc , apply to M L Smith, city
ticket ollke. 3JS Lackawanna avenue, or
depot ticket olllee.
Central Kailroud of New Jersey.
(Lehigh and Susquehanna Division)
Anthiatlto coal used exclusively, insur
ing cleanliness nnd comfort
TIME TABIfE IN EFFECT JAN. 23, 1S97,
Trains lc.iv a Scranton for Plttston,
WIlkos-Bni re, etc , at 8 20. 9 15 11 30 a. :n ,
1J 43, 2 00, 3 05, 5 00. 7 10 p m. Sundav s 9.00,
a m . 1 00. .' 15, 7 10 p in
For Atlantic City, 8 20 a, m.
For New York, Newark and Elizabeth,
8 20 (express) a in , 12 45 (express with Buf
fet parlor ear), 3 05 (express) p m Sun.
daj, . 15 p, m. Tialn leaving 12 45 p m,
arrives at Philadelphia. Reading Termin
al, 5 J2 p, in, und Now York C 00 p m.
For Mauch Chunk, Allentown Bethle
hem, Easton and Philadelphia, 8 20 u, m.,
12 45, 3 05, 5 0Q (except Philadelphia) p. m.
Sunday, 2.1B p m
For Long Blanch, Ocean Grove, etc.. at
8 20 a. m Hiid 12 45 p m.
For Lakovvpod, 8 20 a. m.
For Reading, Lebanon and Harrisburg,
via Allentown, 8 20 u, m 12 45, 5 00 p. m.
Sunday, 2 15 p n). ,
For Pottsvllle, 8 20 a. m , 12 45 p. m.
Returning jeavo New York, foot of Lib-
Co., Scranton, Pa.
General Office: SCRANTON, PA.
When In doubt hat to use for
Nervous Debility. Loss ot Power.
Impotency, A trophy, Varicocele and
other weaknesses, from any cause,
use Serine Fills. Drains checked
and full Igor quickly restored.
I f neglected lacb iroables reiult f.Lttr.
Mailed for $1 CO, 0 boxes J5 00. With
$5 00 orders uc Rive a guarantee to
cure or refund the money. Address
PEAL MEDICINE CO., Cleveland, O.
Pharmacist, cor. Wyoming Avenue and
set. North River, at 9 10 fetDressl
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 und 4 30 p. m. Sunday, 6 25
Through tickets to all points at lowest
rates may bo had on application in ad
vance to the ticket agent at the station
H. P BALDWIN,
Gen Pass Agt.
J. H. OLHAUSEN. Gen Supt.
On Monday, Nov. "3,
trains will leave Scran
ton as follows:
For Carbondale 5 4o,
7 55, 8 55, 10 15, a. m ;
12 00 noon; 1 21, 2 20, 3 52,
5 25, G25, 7 57, 910, 10 30.
11 55 n. m.
rv,r Alhnnv Saratoca. Montreil. Bos
ton, New England points, etc. 6 45 a. in.;
0 20 n m.
" ror Honesdale-5 15, 8 55, 10 15 a. m ; 12 00
noon 2 20 o P' ,u
rw wilkns-Barre C 43. 7 45, 8 45,
10 45 a m.; 12 05. 120, 2 23, 3 33, 4 41,
n r.n a in 11 M Ti m
r-m Xew York, Philadelphia, etc,
T nhlc-h Valley Railroad C 4o. 1 to a. m ;
12 05 120, 3 33 (with Black Diamond Ei.
n"rPasi 11 30 P m.
For Fennsvlvunla Railroad points ! 45,
0 -s n m : 2 SO, 4 41 p. m.
voivv ostein points, via Lehigh Valley
Runfoad-7 45 a. m ; 12 05. 3 33 (With Black
Diamond ExpiessJ 9 50. 11.30 p. m.
Trains will arrive at Scranton at follows:
From Carbondalo and tho north 6 40,
7 40 8 40. 9 31, 10 40 a. m : 12 00 noon; 105,
V 3 '5 4 37, 5 45, 7 45, 9 45 and 11 25 p m,
Fiom'Wllkes-B'irre nnd the south 6 40.
7 50 8 50, 10 10, 11 53 a. m , 1 10, 2 14, 3 43,
r, G 21. 7 51, 9 03, 9 45. 11 5i p m.
j'W BURDICK, G P A. Albany, N. Y.
H W Cross D P. A Scranton. Pa.
llrlo and Wyoming Valley,
Effective Jan. 4, 1897.
Trains will leave Scranton for New
York, New burgh nnd intermediate points
on Eile also for Haw ley and local points,
at 7 03 a. m. and 2 28 p. m.; and arrive from
abovo points at 10 33 a m and 9.33 p. m.
Ill lirtct t October 'Hit, lbUG.
North II011111I. south lloiind,
20.1 201 iOl 'JO I
"li? Stations .?,3,
g 3 (Trains Dally, lit-1 i J
3 5r. I cept Sunday) 15 lg a I
p Mr Minlvo Leave a m
7S5.N Y Fraukllli bt .... 7 41 ....
7 10 West 4Jnd street .... 715 . ,.
7 00 VVoehawken ... 810 ....
p iilArrlve Leave i. My m
. 1 lBilIaneocU Junction Sir ....
109 Hancock ... 2 tl ....
.. .. U'50 HtarllKbt .. J2J ....
1.140 Preston Park ... SJl ....
U 40 tomo ... J 41 ,,,.
ISiv Povntelle .... 3 50 ....
U 14 Helmont 2ss ....
... . is 03 rieasant Mt. ,. a CO1 ...
.... J1159 Unlondslo . . a 00 , ,.
1149 1'orestcity 819, ...
.... 0101184 Carbondale 704 3 3il ....
.... fi,40lili'0 White nrldgo ,17 07,13 88 ...
....JiUStlUi Jlaylleld i:iii84S..
.... bllill.M Jertnyn 71 3 4S ...
.... 6 Villi 18 Archibald 7 Si 3 si ....
.... CUIUS Wlnton 7 is SM ..
.... 6811111 l'cckvllle T7iSTO ..
.... 0281107 Olvpbant 731404 ..
... BJ0.1105 mceburg 7 8Uoi ...
,...0 1811103 Throop 7 88 4 Iffi . ..
.... 0l5iitt Providence 7 38 4 14.,..
.... uiiocffi Park Place f7 41 14 17 .,
... 6101055 bCraiHOU 74V42i) .,
mil uleavo Arrive i ur l
All trains run dullr excent stindar.
f signifies that trains stop on signal for pis.
r-ecure rates via Ontario a Western fcefnio
purchasing tickets and save moDoy. Day and
Night Eipress to the West. '
J. C, Anderson, (Jen. Pass Agt.
T. Flltcroft. Ul f. l'asa, Agt. scranton, ra.