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THE SCEANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MOUNTNO-, MAKOn 1G, 189T.
mv s truiu b rajrm .r s -sJrTi?,
JlnnilPl Ramlici mill Pablo Vclloi, two
jomiK herduis, mo ilvnls for tin- hand of
Chlciillta. n .McnIciui Kill. Muniiid is thn
fuvoicd one. He in Just still linn as a tat
tle owner and hut already a goodly lind,
branded with a cioivliow, a mark vvhhh
Chtiillltti herself lias deslKlied. The sto'.v
opens on tin- iVay of the trieut spilnir
lounil-uii or tin- entile, the Kitut lestal
cla In oiitlierii Ailzonn. I'hlqulia Kos
to "the 'ound-up Willi her fileiid, Senoia
Vnhles. Olithovvu theie Is a eominotlon
nino.HK the aeeornpnn.v IliK tlnoilK. Chi-
qu It'll sees a solltur.v rider pursued bj spy
enil cowbo.vs. He Is Hied upon, but not
lift. The fiiKltlv" returns the lire and one
or the pursmrs falls. The llder niahrs
this eseajie iimoiii; the sand hills. No one,
evopt ridipilta, Q reioKiilet Manu
el's hoise ami his clonk, seems to know
who the fugitive 1, or why he has W u
Clilqultn's luiiin was In
she leanid back nijuiiist
a whirl n
cushions nt I hi' can late ami tiled to
think. Jlnnuel lias been cliuscil--chjweil
like a cilmliml. Also he had
been Hied at atul aparontly lilt. Still,
us the Senor.i had salt, lliu way that lie.
lode iifterwaul Mould seem to discour
age that Idea. For a man when fli oil
ul to feign to ho Wounded In onlei to
induie his opponent to btop shooting.
Is an old tilck, as Chhiulta well knew.
He stops In the hope that his victim
will full, and so end the light. This
hope ieeiiis to be Instinctive, evi'ty
one who knows the tilck will, as olten
us nut, he for an Instant deceived by
It, and In an affair of this kind an In
stant Is everything. The Senou ul
leady had fallen Into another doze. Ev
idently she had not recognized the lug
itlve as Manuel. Jlusteilng hei coui
uge with an effoit, Chlqulta spoke:
"That man theie the one they
chased. Do you know, Senoia, who he
was or what evil he has done?" she
'J n Until, child, how should I have
known what he has done? Nothing,
piobably. Some quanel about a wo
man, pel haps It Is generally so." Chl
qulta flushed hotly under her olive
skin, nnd then turned pale. The Sen
ma saw that blush and understojil
everything. "Forgive me, little one,"
she went on, huiiledly, latching the
girl's hand In her own. "I was dull;
I did not uiidei stand, even though I
trnw young Vellos Publo prudently
in the lear of the pursueis. Hut fear
nothing, dear little one, tor Manuel Is
not Injuied, and Pablo Pablo shall le
giet what he hus done this day ex
ceedingly will he l egret It."
Hut he has done nothing," Chiquita
persisted. "Why should they ilie at
him thus?" As she spoke she lalsed her
voice, for a young: vaqueio who was
passing had bowed to the Senou, and
had seen Chlqulta's black eyes and ad
miied them. It was odd how she knew
this, for she was not looking nt him.
Piobably it was by Intuition.
"The man was Manuel Hainhez, Se
noia," said the joung man, leinlng his
hulse. "He was accused by Pablo Vel
los and otheis of tiying to inciease his
small held by means of "
' Maveiickln' calves an' belli' too lllp
with his fiyin' pan," Intel muted the
hoaise voice of a cowboy who was
following close behind, "("let a push
fin, Jose. We ain't got no time tor stop
hei an' cackle if we're ever gonter get
thhk sur: saw that his hands
WEHE T1HD lii:iUND HIS HACK.
ter Agua Callente." Jose fi owned at
the inteiiuptlon, but us lie lifted his
hut he smiled at the Senoia u smile that
iiu luded Chiqultuj then lie galloped on
step through the
aoor ol the fu
ture They pass
from the happy,
present into an
I avenue of possi.
i iai:;.. ft... r..
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health makes it
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full of the love
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with his companion. Chlqulta lifted
her nose and wild nothing, not even
glancing at tin covvlmj. I. Ike marry
Mexicans who undel stand I'ngllsh, she
novel would own to the knowledge, le
gal ding it somewhat In the light of a
difigrace. Chlquilu did not llkeAiuell
cans; more especially did she dislike
Manuel was piobably uiiwoundeil;
that was the i hlef thing. That he had
been stealing cattle by the simple pio
ces.s ul shooting the mothers of un
lit nmli'it calves or obliterating the
hi anils of steets by means of n hot
tiying-pan, never ciosed Chlqulta's
lnlnd as n possibility. Theieroie she
took heart a little.
They weie Hearing Agua Callcnlc,
now. The to.id led thlough a pass be
tween tw i rims of the sugar loaf
mountain that lose abiupllv fioin the
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suiioundlng plain and ovpi shadowed
the little village. The pass was Invisible
tium the cloud ot dust lalsed by many
wheels and plunging hoops, but tin hid
den space was lesonant with the sound
of 1 1 ies and oaths and blows. Into the
ilouil the caniage dtove; the diiver
stialghtway vanished, and was only
knovvn by the addition he made to the
din as ho plodded nnd beat the patient
little oeii, lh.ikluc their toituous way
tliiough the blind maze. Then the cai
nuge emeiged fiom the cloud as one
passes f 10111 behind a iiutain and was
cieaklng across the gieen plaza ot the
oasis on which the town was built.
Agua Callente was not a huge pl.uo
just a stole and some snloons and two
or tluee houses, one of Hum muih
luigei than the ethei 3. In fiont ot this
house the eniiluge stopfied The hos
tess, accompanied by a seoie ol guests,
welcomed the Senoia and her chaige
with slit 111 ciles of meeting and bi ought
them within the cool diidk of the gleu
living-ioom; then began talking, all at
unci'. Chhiulta was duzid by the sound
and confusion, she wanted to be alone
just then. Even the unaccustomed
dainties which weie set bfoie hei
couhi notMIVeit her mind o one pitd
much it'entton to hei. With hei yes
tl J Senora had signaled tli.it the till
Wished to be left alone, out 'hiqiiilu did
not know that. She slipped away as
soon as she could and ilimbed the lad
der that led to the Hut, paiapeteu loof.
Theie Weie other gills theie gills
of Chlqulta's own age; many ot them
weie old fi lends of heis, but she stood
apuit, and, leaning against the adobe
paiupet, gazed over the plain that lay
sti etched at her teel. The scene was
tull of movement and contusion; con
tusion made by galloping hoi somen,
of cattle tuslilng about In mad attempts
to escape tiom their hei del s, or stand
ing In bunches filnged by the tossing
bonis. Heie and theie the little
bianding-lites gleumed on the plain.
Calves weie snuggling" against the
burning lions and bellowing to their
niotheis, who answeied them and made
despeiate but vain attempts to leach
and pioleet them.
Chlqulta was but aguely lonscluus
of the noise and movement She was
gazing far bejoud it all, seuiihlug the
deseil with her ej cs in the hope of
seeing a gray hoise and a blight se
lape. All tliiough the afternoon she
watched until the shadow r, giew long
and the evening bieeze sent 1 ttle vvhlil-
Wlnil- daiiilng over the de.seit. Kin
ally, with one of the last lays of the
setting sun, she saw the seiape ol Man
uel. He was much closei to her than
she expected to see hlni, but that was
because he was on toot and walking
between two hoi semen. Ome he
stumbled, and leeoveiing himself he
nulled. Then she saw that his hands
weie tied behind his b.u k. Some iin
be&lde Chiquita saw the telheied llguie
and lalsed a eiy that was unsweicd
by Manuel's uiplur.s. The ny was ie
peated and canied fiom one to anothei ;
theie weie hoaise shouts In English as
Well, and 1 10111 eveiy where men Kin
and lode towaid the two men unit their
pilsoner, suiioundlng them and con
cealing them 1 10111 Chlqulta's view.
Then the sun shut below the hoilzon,
and In a moment the body of men was
but a confused, black mass slowly com
ing towuul her acioss the plain
lu sci ambling down the ladder Chl
qulta missed a lound and tell heavily
to the feiound. For a time how lonsr
she did not know she lay stunned,
then her senses leturiiid with a lush.
If she was hint, she did not teel It.
She lose and ran mound the house.
In the shadow of the wall there weie
two ltguies, one on hoiseback, which
even In that daikness she lecoifiiized
as Hainan do Quesada. The othei was
the Senoia, who was talking with him
earnestly. As she passed them Chl
qulta could see 'that, and she fell a ll,t
tle tin 111 of giatitude tow aid her
Near the ciowd that suriouudcd thn
pilsoner a huge Hie had been kindled,
the Hames weie Just cutehlng the brush
wood of which it was made, lighting
the plain with Its iudd ghue. A lit
tle out of the light stood another knot
of men made up of Manuel's fi lends.
Among them Chlqulta snw hei father
and two biotheis. She saw, also the
gleam of a knife heie and theie. Hut
they could uftect no lescue even Chi.
qillta could see that time weie pot
enough nun to ntteitipMsticli 11 thing.
Chlqulta roii'ed her wa tliiough the
outer cliole of the howling niob thut
sliiiulinded Manuel Theie wan a space
"if seVelill jitidH between thut cllc'e
and another niade up of men who
stood, with ilinwii pistols In their
hntulH, facing Miimiel and the two men
vvlio had taken him, and who held him,
still tied, between them. That the men
who stood on tlie outside wished to get
at Manuel was too evident. They
surged foiwaid and back, yelling Im
plications at those who guaided him.
Tiny said he was a cattle thief, and
the punishment of such an oflense, ns
Chhiulta well knew, Is death. A depu
ty sheilff, who headed the glial ds,
called out In tfiiRllsh and could be
heaid high above the other voices:
"Stan' back there!" he oiled. "If
this er man nln't n thief, e don't
vvanter hang 'Im, do yel'Y 'An' If he Is
an' It's pioved 1 won't say a word.
Stan' back, I say! I'lse somebody'll
get 11 hole In 'Is hide."
For a moment the crowd held back;
then It singed forvvaid. The guatds
lalsed their pistols. One of the men
who hud taken Manuel raised his also
and held it piessed against Manuel's
bend. Mtuiuel did not move a muscle.
Chlqulta noted that with pildc.
It seemed us though there must be a
tight. Chlqulta hoped theie would be.
lor then Manuel might escape In the
lonfusloii that would follow, She had
seen Unit her father and other fi lends
ot Manuel had mingled with the ciov.d,
leady to take advantage of whatever
should occur, The ciowd stopped for
' ' rznsrSX cA ..svu,
1 TTn4t ,Xr"
(tv;y n 1 i.:--?n
an instant In the face of leady pistols,
then moved slowly tot w aid again, only
to stop once mine, for with a glitter
of silver, de Quesada dashed Into the
centei of the gioup and leined his
"What is this that you aie doing?"
he asked, looking about him. No one
leplled t,or a moment,
"llangin' a cattle thief," said one in
l'ngllsh, at last.
"A cattle thief? Who says that he s
a cattle thief.' Who accuses him?"
"Vellos Pablo Vellos," a dozen voices
"1 do not see Vellos. Why Is he not'
heie w heie Is he'.'" Theie was an
other pause; then a cowboy stepped
tin vv aid.
"Look heie, Don Kainon," said he,
hitching his belt aiound to the fiont.
' Pablo ain't heie, an' It ain't no mattei
it he ain't. I leckon we c'n piove it
on that ther golaat piove It good
enough fer us, anyhow. Pablo says he
seen 'Im with a cow new shot an' the
lalf tin owed an' bianded "
"Piawb'ly this Pablo, whoever he Is
Is a liar," suggested another man,
ple..siirl. IK .wis u stiu'igu i-i the
d mci mid man
"Moybt he Is or mayl. he ain't." ie
pllcd th olbei. "Thit don't cut so
much of n flgger. Pablo, he is, too,
that this heie man we've ketehed won't
biln- none of this binnd to the louuil
up; that he 1 entitled 'em up himself, an'
got em outer the way so's not ter have
us see the blotted out biands, and the
big lot Vi mavetlcks that has got cioss
hnvv liesh on their sides. An' I know
that's ti lie-, .mi' so do lots er the other
bo.vs, fer we kepi a look out ter 'em all
day, an' not 11101 e '11 tour or live did we
see. an' them til old ones. Take this
with what Pablo says, an' 1 leckon it's
eibiut enough "
"No It is not enough," leplled de
Quesada, an the cow boy stopped back
wiping his blows made moist b the
tiuaci ustoined eltmt of public speaking
"Ceitaluly It Is iuit 1 nougli. Tiuly, we
nceu lint llttl.. evidence heie, but theie
Is none thut tells us anything: The uc
eusei Is absent, and, as to the held, this
liiai', .Manuel Hamliez, says he also has
missed it and lm 1 been unable to lind
uace ot his cattle. I asked him, Tind
what he sas iua lie line. JOvi n though
this man be a thlet, theie aie other
thieves. Htloie long the accusei, VU
los. should be heie. Also men aie out
making seanh lor the missing held,
and without doubt II will be touiid.
1 "lit il this held 01 the ai euseil Is pies,
out, 01 until vve have waited a reason
able lime im them to appiai, we w ill d"
nothing. The man sh ill be unbanned
until morning; and th.'ii we will see"
The guai ds cl ised .11 mud .Manuel,
and, amlc! elanioi ot mingled applause
and dl-s,-i,, Uio led him awn. Theie
was no thought of syilous opposition to
the decision. Though not even de Qu
sada ci'iild 1 ave a convicted cattle thief,
in the unlikely event of his tiying such
a ilium, but wltli tie tint ei utility and
an ill my ol cowbos to back Ills woids
his powei was not one which It would
be vv t II to disiiute. Without Intel fei
ent e Manuel was kd to tlK- stone hut
thai w is to 1 1 ills pilsim.
To be Com Pulid
TO BEGIN THURSDAY.
fl Til5!il SHIP
Ry OWEN HALL,
Author of "The Track of a
Storm," ltc, Ktc.
An uiilijiic story of the Eastern
Archipelago. 1 he scene is laid prlip
clpall in the bottom of lllolo Ha),
where a diver, .searching for a lost,
treasure-laden galleon, meets with
nun) adventures, He is attacked l
a huge devil-fish, ami the strange
battle between man and monster Is
related In a graphic and thrllliug
;.ivr? ftiiVA. v r m3-? ixa
PKOdRAMMU OF THE CONFERENCE.
Will He 11 NhiiiIhm nl' OlslliigiiiMlied
Isltois at Oneontu Ciitherlng.
At the Wyoming coiifeleni" of the
Methodist episcopal limn h which
meets In Oneonta, Apiil 7, the list of
.isltois Includes the piesldlng bishop,
11. IV. Wan en, IJ. IJ., IjK. U. of Uni
versity Pailc, C ilonel A. J. Kvnetl, D.
i ot the Chuich KxteliKliiP society,
Cliaiiceller .1. It. Day, of Sjiucuse unl
veis'lly; J. 1 C. Sawyer, 1). D editor
of the Noithern Chilstliin Advocate;
C.corge K. Mollis, D. I.. of the Huston
unlveislty; K. A. Schell, gcneinl secre
tary ot the Kpwotth League; 1 11. H.
.lol nson, leturned inlsBlotiniy' from
Jupnn; A, II, Leonard, D. D., secretaiy
of the Mlsslonaij society, and olheifl
The forenoon session ol the onfeience
tue to lie devoted to the business of the
continence, and the afternoon and even
ing sessions will be occupied us follows;
Tucsdav evening, April C Annlvcrnry
of the Coufeience Veteians' association,
Addiess by Itrv. M. D. Fuller, of Ovvego,
N. V. 13. I). Fanner post, fliniul Army
of the Hcpublle, will attend In 11 body
and furnish ni"sle.
Wednesday afteruoon--Annual mission
ary pel muii by Iti-v. V. H. Westlake, of
Dullup, I'u., a fonner pastor or the One
onta chinch. Hvenlng, annlveisary ot the
mlsslonaiy society. Addiess by Ilev. A
H. I.eonnid, lnlsMonat'.v secretary.
Tluirs-dny afteinoon Aiinl'iniy or
lllutru IimiI unni,tf At J n tti It.nllir.i 1(V
1 --. -w.v.j. ... . , .
1I..I- 111 "Vlni.tu rtf lluelnn llnle.irlt V.
livening, annlveisary ot the li'ieedmuii's
Aid sucletj .
I'lldav afternoon Annlveisniy or the
Woman's Home MIslomny society. Ad
dles by Chancellor Da.v , of Sjiiieuse unl
veislty, 4 p. 111., lectin e by Dr. Morris;
evening, church extension and siloon sus
pension nnnlveisaiy. Address by Dr, A.
.1. Ky licit.
Kildiiy afternoon Annlveisniy of the
Woman's Foreign Mlsslonaiy sneletv
Addiess bj llev. II. H. Johnson, of Japan;
I p. in., lectuie by Dr. Monls; evening,
nnnlveisaiy of the Piearhets' Aid socie
ty. Addle- by Kev A. O1IIII11.
Sunday 11 n. m., coufeience love reast;
in.."u a. m., seimon by Ulshop Wniien and
oidlnatlon of deacons; ,1 p. m., meiuoilal
seivlees nnd oidlnatlon of plilets, 7.110 p.
m.. antilveisaty of the Hpwoith league. 1
Addiess by 13. A. Schell, D. I). geneial
secretaiy or the Hpvvorth league.
CONFERENCE HERE IN MAY.
I'eniisv Ivania Primitive Method. su to
Assemble in This city.
Dining th week beginning -May A
the Pennsylvania conf'Mence of the
Pi imltlve Methodist chinch w ill hold its
quarter centennial session in the Prim
itive Methodist chinch on 13ast Maiket
stieet. Kev Joseph S. Dempster, the
Pentieostul evangelist, will conduct
Pentlcostlal set v lies each atteinoon of
the coufeience tiom 1 until 2 o'clock.
The piogramme of th" sessions is as
Tuesday, May 41 a. in , 2.20 p. m. and
7 p. 111., exumlnlng committee.
Wednesday, May 50 a. 111., exumlnlng
committee; 2 p. m geneial committee,
T p. m., mlsslonai.v committee.
Thin sday, May 09 a. m. and 2 p. m
coufeience, sessions; 7.30 p. 111., opening
seimon by Hev, T. M. liatemun, D. D
Kilday, May 79 a m. and 2 p m., cou
feience sessions, 7 30 p. m., seimon to
oung ipeople by Hev. It. W. Wilson.
Satin da, May S 9 a in. and 2 p. in.,
confeieiiie sessions; 4 p. 111., benevolent
association; 7.30 p in., coufeience seimon
by Hev II. O. Rus-ell.
Sunday, May 99.30 a. m., saeiamental
seivlce bj Kevs. U Savage and M. Har
ve ; 10 30 a. ni seimon by Rev. W. lieiit
le , 2.30 p. m., seimon to child! en by Kev
A. Woodocoek; 7 p. m , seimon by Rev.
J It. Tiler.
Monday, May 309 a. m. and 2 p. m ,
coufeience sessions; 7 30 p. in., inlssionaiy
seimon by Kev T U.iche.
Tuesday, Maj 119 a in and 2 p. m.,
coufeience session, 7.30 p. 111 , iloslng ser
mon bj Rev James Mooie.
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Hmlnrnt specialist foi all diseases sent
fiee to your homes Advice anil consul
tation fiee, These phy.slcans have now
been pun-Using In Kcrnnton over four
months, although must of the eases to
which they weie calltd had been given
up by the family phsli'lun, they have
not hnil to write a single death cerllll
cate. Thurlow Al Kliciiiiinllsiii Cure.
WIIJ cure the follow Imr symptoms:
Hrhlsed jinlu between the shoulders, stiff
ness or the back; pain In the loins, trem
bling nnd tingling In the limbs; the nlTeet
ed parts hot, led and swollen, pain la
elbows, knees and hips; pains wj.sj be
foie a storm; dull, henvy pilns In the
region of the kidneys-' the nlfocted parts
stiff and cold, hlnh colored urine, lolnts
sole and swollen, back foils as If hi ok Mi,
numbness and heaviness In aims and
hands; feet swollen, binning nnd pitch
ing; continctloiis of the aftected paits,
ci.uups of the dlffeient muscles; Joints
stllT, with tendenc.v to become clocked.
TliiirlowA'il Kldnu) (hit.
A boon without fin equal to the allllcted
Sjinptoius Puffv uppe nance of the face
li.u llelilailv under the e.ves, swelling of
the feet, und legs, a feeling of dlowslneis
and mental depienstun, excessive dls
cluuge of pale, Inavv mine, bowels con
stipated stools haul and div, the ski 1
Is pule, il 1 and vuj In ujipeaiaiii e,
daik liiifs niound the e.ves, a chlllv
ciecpy tiellng dew 11 the biuk, the pei
splialloii has a bad odoi , objeits and
spots llo.itlii befoie the e.ves, the hall
hus a tendency to turn gia.
FOR SALE BY THE
ATLANTIC REFINING CO
YOU CAN SAVE MONEY BY B'JYIiO
Ladies' and Children's Wear.
Seal and Pliisli Saciines,
Carpets and Feather Beds
L POSNER, 21 Lackawanna Ava.
NEW YORK HOTELS.
An established hotel under now mnnaccment
and thoroughly abreast of tho times. Visitors tu
Vew YorK will find the Everett In the very heart
)t tho Bhopplnn district, convenient to plnces ot
umusement antl readllv accessible fiom all parts
if the city. EUKOl'UAX PLAN.
Cor. SIxUentu St. and Irving P!ac3,
Day and Upwards.
Day and Upwards..
SI. 30 Per
GEO. MURRAY, Proprietor,
The St. Denis
llrcadvva and eleventh St.. New Yoik,
Opp. Ur.ice Church. European I'Un.
Rocms ii.oo a Day and Upwards.
In r modot nnd nnohtrnsive way thoro ar
f. vv hitler conductod hotels in tha metropolis
tlmn the. St Denis
The ereat pupu arity it his vrqulrcil cm
iiMilily he trjcsd to its unique lo atlnn, its
liomellkH atmosiilierc. tho peruiUr uzcolluncs
ji us cuislno and bjrvlcj, and lis very modur.
WILLIAM TAYLOR AND SON,
UtE-ay. '?ii,y .ffmeii Mal
15ta Day. j of Me
Tl-St QPKAT 3)th Day.
produces thn ubov u renults lu UU tin; 8. It aclj
powerfully end quiciljr Cures vsUeuallothciufall
Voii"u'Eieusill retain their lobt laantioud.audold
mtuvvill reiovei their soutlitul vlu-or by uiluj
ItliMVU. It ijulckly aud kUlily rcalorcsNonou
neos, Lott Vitality, Iiuioteney, Nightly LmUsioaa,
Lostl'oni.r,ralllnis Memory, VatiU2 nueastB.and
11 (lkcta o( nolf-uliuio orescetbaud lndUertlon,
rhli h unUts one tor atiidy. bm.iucss or marriage It
not only cures by b'uirtlns at tlie Kat ol d.sease, but
issiirut uiTv.i tnulo und hlood builder, bring.
Ion bati the pink glow to pale clu-elvsaudre
btoring tho llro of jmith. It wards off Jm.anlty
and L'ooaumptlon, lusltt on havlug ItCVlVU, no
other. It can be carried in vest pocket. By mill,
to 1.1)0 per package, or l lor tSIO.HO, with a pol
tlvo written Kuarbiiteo to cure or refund
tho liiunt.y, Clrcularfree. Addrcaj
ROYAL MFDICINE CO.. B3 Rlvar St.. CHICAGO. l-i-ur
sulo t JlAllin:Wb UUOs, urui:
libit iuniuiou. Pa,
Wm. M. HATES. i?4JylM.1FS B. L. M. BATLS,
VW Z43 RESTORES VITALITY.
' f CI1T W i
124-126 Wyoming Ave,
Wash Silks In stilpes and check'?
woi Hi ;(. Quick selllnif pike..
Fanc.v Stilped Satins legulai 8"ie.
Kiude Quick xelllllir pilce. . ..
dm J4-lnch lilac k, Hioeaded Silk,
iiKUlur 71c. glade. Quick sell-
liiu pi lee . . 1
One case Fine Zephyr Olnfjhams,
10c. made. Quli k MelllliK pi Ice
One case Fine Quality Stilped In
dian Linen, luc. glade. Quick
One case 4-1 Ule.u lied Muslin, li
(iiade Qukk selllne ptlce. .. .
EMBROIDERIES, LACES AND
One lot C.imbile, Nainsook and
Sivi-s Einbioideilci. Quick bell
One lot Torchon Laces, all new
patteinv. Quick nelllng pilco...
One lot Ladle-,' and Child! en's
llandkei chiefs, plain and col
01 ed bnideis, lumitltched,
vvoith 7i . QuIil: selling pi ice...
One lot Ladle-,' Fine Quality
Svlh- Embioldeiy Iliindkei
chlet", vvoith U'jc. Quick sell
One lot Svvlsi Embi older ed
Handkeichlets, much llnei iiual
il, vvoith 18c. Quick selling
CALL UP 3S32i
ULOKT OIL ID MRNUFAGTURING
OFFICE AND WARCHOUSO,
141 TO 151 MERIDIAN STREET.
51. W. COLLINS, Manager.
Removes Freeklos, Pimples,
Liver Moles, Dhclihoatlj,
Sunburn and Tn, end re.
etni-a .rt rl In In llantlfrl-
1 En! Ircishness, producing aXt
lnn nnil hnnllhv rnm-Hi
Eta lrcisuness, proaucmg a. mv v'iiil?i'
clear and hcnllhy com-W. JWZl W)fJ
preparations and perfectly harmless. At oil
clrugslsw, or mailed lor EOcts. Send lor Circular,
VIOLA SKIN SOAP 'J elnflr incompMlbta ai a
iVIn lurilvlDg boa, um-unlcil lor the toilet, sad ilt!i3ut a
ilal lor iho nursery. Absolutely pure and tl-llcatol nieJl
cate.1. M tlniKKiita, Prtco 25 Cprita.
G. C. BITTNKH '. ".O., Toledo, O.
For ealo by MATTHEWS BROS, and
JOHN H PHELPS. Scranton. Pa.
Cndcbcid dt thc HioiitsT Medical Authoriths
S nEJITIlOL INMALCR
r,J OJ" , 1NHALEII will euro you. A
ifai1 TC tiyz from Void i, MoreThrutit,
" lalltien.i. Itrnuchltlc,
, finnirabitcrniv. Aneraclctu
rerneny, convenient to carry
In poplrrt rany to iho on llret indication of cold
4'outlnt.eu Uio j:nerto rcrmnnent Cure.
riatl8!iutiunirT.ir'inteod or money refunded. Irle.
r.l viu. Trial frno nt Druggists. Itetiibtoreil uiall
to ciota. 11 D. CUSEili'J, Lfr,, Urea Hirers, Uicb , D. S. I.
BJIP'UTfJfil T,,' urp ami pttfost remedy for
Iflt.l1 i ClUL. ui) i.ln diseases. Ftrema. Itch fcalt
lttiL'tim.nltl Sorca, lltirud, ruru W'onderrul rem
rti torl'ir.Ks, li lie, Vi. cli.iit iiruf a g I
t vlbts or tiy uiull pre ft AiMreA-nsabove or, I I
For ealo by MATTHEWS BROS, and
1 JOHN H PHELPS. Sirmlin Pa.
Uric ami Wyoming Valley.
Eflcctlvo Jan. 4. 1S97,
Trains -will leavo Scranton for Now
York, New burgh and Intermediate points
on Hrle, also for Havvley and local points,
at 7.05 a. m. and 2.23 p, m.; and arrive from
above points at 10,33 u. m. and 9.33 p, m.
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Schedule In I'.tfect Novtniher it. mnv
Trains Leavo Wilkos-Barro as Follov--
7.30 a. m., wook days, for Sunburv.
HarrlsburR, Phlladolpliia, Battl.
more, Washington, and fop Pitts,
burg and tbo West.
10. IB a. m., wook days, for Harloton,
Pottsvlllo, Roadlnfr, Norrlslown,
and Philadelphia; and for Sun
bury, Harrlsburp;, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, Washington and Pitts.
burR and tho West.
3.IG p. m., week days, for Sunbury,
Harrlsburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington and Pittsburp;
and tho West.
3. 16 p m., Sundays only, for Sun
. bury, Hnrrisburt;, Philadelphia,
nnd PittsburRand the West.
0.00 p. m., wook days, for Hazloton
J. R. WOOD, Oen'l Pojj. Ajent.
J. II. HUTCHINSON, Ucneral Manner.
UlllllUir VAU.lil RAlLROAD &7s-
Anthraclto Coal Used Exclusively Inaur
Inn Cleanliness and Coiufoit.
IN nKFlCCT NOV. 15. 1895.
TRAINS LEAVE SCRANTON.
For Philadelphia and New York via D.
& H. R. R. nt 0.41, 7.45 a. m 12.05, 1.20. 3 3J
(Rlnck Diamond Express) and 11.30 p. m.
For Plttston and Wllkes-Darro via. D.
I.. & W. R. Il 0.00, 8.0S, 11.20 a. m I.Cj
3.40. 0 00 and 8 17 p. m.
For White Haven, Hazloton, Pottsvllle.
and principal points in the coal reglom
via D. & II. R. R 0.15 a. m 12.05 and 4.11
For Rethlehem, Easton, Reading. Har
rlsbure and pilnrlpal Intermediate sta
tions via 1) & II. R. R fl.41, 7.45 a. m
32.05, 1.20, 3 S3 (Illack Diamond Express).
4 II and 11 30 p m.
For Tunkhannock, Towanda, Elmlra,
Ithaca, Geneva and principal Intermediate,
stations via D U & W. R. R., 0.00, 8.08,
9 11, a m 12 20 and 3 40 p. m.
For Geneva, Rochester, Buffalo, Niagara,
I;alls, ChlcaKO and all points west via D.
& II. R. R 7.15 a. m., 12.05. 3 33 (Black Dia
mond Etpress), 9.50 and 11.30 p. m.
Pullman nnrlnr nnd Rlppnlnr- nr T.Milirh
Valley chair cars on all trains botvvoen
ilkes-Barre and New York, Phlladel.
phla, Buffalo and Suspension Bridge.
ROI.I.IN II. WIU3UR, Gen. Supt.
CHAS. S. LEE, Gen. Pass. Agt Phlla.,
A. V. NONNEMACHER, Asst. Gen
Pass. Agt.. South Bethlehem, Pa.
Scranton Office, 309 Lackawanna avenue.
Del., Lauka. and Western,
Effect Monday, October 19, 1896.
Trains leave Scranton as follows: Ex
Pss Cr Now Yrl and all points East.
140, 2.0, 5.1j, S.00 and 9.05 a. m.; 1.10 and
3 33 p. m.
Express for Easton. Trenton, Philadel
phia and the South, 5.13, 8.00 and 9.55 a. m..
1.10 and 3 33 p. m
Washington and way stations, 3.45 p. m.
Touyhanna accommodation, CIO p m.
l.piess for DliiBhainton, Oswego, El
mlra, Corning, Bath, Danivllle, Mount
Morris and Huffalo, 1J.20, 2.35 a. m and 1.53
P m making close connections at Buffalo
Southwest"3 '" th WeSt' Northw,iat ana '
Ijath accommodation, 9.15 a. m.
Blnghamtoii and way btatlons, 1.03 p. m,
NiehpUon accommodation, 5.15 p. rn.
Blnghamton and Elmlra express, 5.55
Express for TUlca and Richfield Springs,
l.& a. m. and 1 55 p. m.
Ithaca 2.35 and Bath 9.15 a. m,, and 1.53
For Northumberland, Plttston, Wllks-
Mirro' p'y"ionlh, Bloomsburg and Dan
Mllp, making close connection at North
"m,u?'land for Wllllamfport, Harrlsburg.
Baltimore, Washington and the South.
Noithumbcrland and Intermediate sta
tions, 0.00, 9 53 a. m and 1.33 and 6 00 p. m.
Nantlcoke and Intermediate stations, SOS
and 11,20 a in. Plymouth and Intermediate!
stations, 3.10 nnd 8.17 p. in.
Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches on
all expiess trains.
For detailed Information, pocket tlma
tables, etc., apply to M. L. Smith, city
ticket office, 32S Lackawanna avenue, or
depot ticket office.
Central Railroad of Now Jersey!
(I.ehlgh and Susquehanna Division.)
Anthracite coal used exclusively, insur
Ing cleanliness and comfort.
TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JAN. 25, 1897.
T'alns leave Scranton for Plttbton.
v Ilkcs-Barre, etc., at 8 20, 9.15, II. SO a. in.
12.13, 2 00, 3 03, 5 00, 7 10 p. in. Sundays 9,Oo!
a. m., 1.00. 2 15. 7.10 p. m.
Tor 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 03 (express) p. m. Sun
day, 2 15 p. m. Tialn leaving 12.43 p. m.
arrives at Philadelphia, Reading Termin
al, 5 22 p m. and New York G 00 p. in.
For Mnuch Chunk. Allentovvn, Bethle
hem, Easton and Philadelphia, 8.20 a, in..
12.13, 303, 5 00 (except Philadelphia) p. m.
Sunday, 2 15 p, m.
Foi Long Branch, Ocean Grove, etc.. at
8 20 a. m. and 12 45 p. m.
Tor Lakewood, 8.20 a. m.
For Reading, Lebanon and Harrlsburg.
via Allentown, 8 20 a. m., 12 43, 5.00 p. m.
Sunday. 2 15 p. m.
Tor Pottsvllle, 8 20 a. m., 12.45 p. m.
Returning leavo New York, foot of Lib
erty street, North River, at 9.10 (express)
a. m 1.10, 1 30, 4 15 (express with Buffet
parlor car) p. in. Sunday, 4.30 a. m.
Leavo Philadelphia, Reading Terminal.
9 00 a. m.. 2.00 and 4 30 p. m. Sunday. 6 25
Through tickets to all points at lowet
rates may be had on application in ad
vance to the ticket agent at the station.
H. P. BALDWIN.
J IT. OLHArSEN. Oen Innt33-
D E L A W A R 10 A O
On Monday, Nov. 23.
trains will leave Scran
ton as follows.
mfTtrnSPtR -m l or uaruonuaie o u.
Kf,M il! ".55. S55, 101a, a. m.;
WW 0 " 12 00 noon; 1 21, 2.20, 3 52.
ftfr r 5 2.-,, 6.25, 7.57, 9.10, 10 30.
Z"'' 11.55 p. m.
For Albany, Saratoga, Montreal, Bos
ton, New England points, etc-5 45 a. m.;
2-FoPr Honcsdale-5.43, 8 55, 10.15 a. m.; 12 00
nHr2Wilke:ii1.Barrne-G43, 7.45. S 43, 9 33.
10 45 a. in. i 12.03, 1.20. 2 2S, 3 33. 4.41. 6.09.
715br9Nev1v-YoPrk.mphlladelphla. etc., via
Lehigh Valley Rallroad-6.45. 7.43 a. m ;
1205; 1.20. 3 33 (with Black Diamond Ex-
PFor)'p1e1t?nsyivanla Railroad polnts-.43.
9 3S a. m ; 2.30, 4 41 p m. ,.,.,,
For western points, via Lehigh Valley
RaUroad-7.43 a. m . 12 05. 3 33 (With Black
Diamond Express) 9 50. 11.30 p. m.
Trains will arrive at Scranton at follows:
From Caihondale and the north n 40,
7 40 8 40 9 34. 10 40 n. m.: 12 00 noon; 1 Oo,
24 3 "5 4.37. 5 45. 7 45, 9.45 and 11 2a p. m
" i?',n.n'Wllkes-Barre and tho south 5.40.
SO 8 50. 10 10, 11.53 a. m ; 1 10, 2.14. 3.13.
C 21. 7 53, 9 03, 9.4-5 11.02 P m.
J W BPRDICK, O P A. Albany. N. Y
H W Cross D P A. Scranton Pi
VlUnilJ't 4i la
In Ilffecl Octoliur4lli, ISflli.
S'-h w (Trains Bally, Ex
2 12; i cept fsuuday i
sir HiAirlve I.eavei a m
75N Y FranKim s;. ... 741
'lOiWest 4Vnd btreet .... 7 tt
7U0, Wcehavvken ... 810 ,
v MiArnvo LeavfA r vi
1 lR.nuncock .lunctlon , i5
liiincccu . I'll,
l'rciton rarlc a 31
toinn 3 4i ,
llelinont 2 53 ,
Tleiisant Mt. sea
I'nlonclalo a c,
K01 est City ,8 10,
caibondaio Tor 8 84'
hlto Ilrldge IT 07 IS 38
Jlayfitld 1: laliais,
Jcnnjn 714 34V
Archlhald 7 so S5i
Wlnton 7 so 8M
I'eckvilla 7 '.7 a M,
Ohphant 7 Si 401
I'rlcebiirK 7 S4 4 n;1
Throop 7 8l 4 10,
Providence 7 3 t iJ
1'ark naco 17 41 u 17
bcramou 7 45I4 2J
ArrivoiA si r u
All tiatns run dallv except Snnday.
t slKMlles that trains stop ou Usual tor prv.
i-ecure rates via Ontario Weaterm beforn
purchnsliiK tickets and bavo money. Day and
tilgut Eipresstothe West
J.C. Anderson, a en. Pass Agt.
T, Flttcrort. DU. Pass, Agt.Soranton, Pa.
flff j M & M