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THE SCB ANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY L'O, 1894.
7 35c. FOR LADIES' MUFF. How can we sell ftp Muffs at this price? J 'IP We must have the room and all Furs must go regardless of what they cost. Wc still have a good assortment of Fine Furs. $1.98 $1.98 FOR LADIES' JACKET. Black Cheviot Umbrella back, a very good gar ment and well worth double the money. We have some very good styles left in Fine Garments, ft CHILDREN'S UN W DERWEAR. WUi our stock of Chil ft dren's Underwear is UP much larger than we Wi want to carry, so have cut the price deep to close. White, qc. upward. Scarlet and Gray at cost. J3X Jk OOSAH nOTUb 25c 25c LADIES' AND MEN '3 UNDER WEAR. Greatest Bargain in this department ever o ered. AH grades of White, Gray and Scarlet: price astonishes. $16.75 $16.75 No ." Oeniofesi Sewing Machine AT WALTER'S, 128 Wyoming Ave. A TrM Ml :i Steeple. TLe spectacle of ;i tree standing upon a tower of the Unitarian church fn the city of CTtica, X. V.. bas aroused much Interest as w til as dtacuaston as to what i really eneiitiul to jUint life lu unlrr that (level- opintut mav continue. This mo'jutain ush luH been growing for SO years upon a narrow ledge of kana tone, sprouting from a joint In t'ue ma soury less than an ineh In Width. The main stem, just above the stone, at the present time has a diameter of 3 Inches. The tree is 15 or 10 feet in height, and possibly 8 feet across it widest part; the branches are thick and numerous, nuii for some years each autumn they have been bright, wiih thevMd scarlet berries pe culiar to this species of tree. Protruding from n chink in a mortared wall. 43 feet above the treer, exposed to the glare of the snn In the summer and the fnmts of many ssvere winters, its roots only having the mortared interstices of masonry through which to penetrate in search of nutriment, the question may well be uskej. When- does this tree obtain the dements that enter into tin- composi tion of all plant life? Is It, possible that it sn-taiueU lrke the known air plants, 6y absorbing from the air and lliniilili its foliage tho elements upon which it lives ami thrives'' Or does "lust, settle in the ore vie esf American Agriculture. CHAPTER IV. WHAT JOBS BAXOI uau to tux It was one o'clock when wc left No. :s Lauriston gardens. Sherlock Holmes led trie- to the nearest telejfruph utfletf, when to he dttpatohed u louy telegraJBa He then bailed u cab. and ordered the driver to tuko Us to the address given u by l.estrade. "There is nothing lilts tir-t hand evi dence," he remarked; "as a matter of fact, my mind is entirely made up anon the case, imt still wo may us well learn all that is to be lonmed." "YOU anUUO me. Holmes," said I. 'Surely you are not us sure as you pre tend U be of all those particulars which you gave." "There's no room for a mistake," ho answered. "The very first thing which I obsorvfd on arriving then was that a cab bad modetwo rute with ita wheels close to the .'tirli. Now, up to last night, we have had no rain for a week, s, that those wheels, which left inch a deep Impression, must have been there during the night. Then were the LUSraa 01 tne UOrse s lavls, too, the outline of one of which waa far more clearly cut than that of tho other three, iho'.vlng that.thnt wus a new shoe. Since the cub wus there after the rain began, and was not there at any time during the inoiMii:?; I have Uregson's word for that It j follows that it uuiot have been there during the night, and, therefore, that it brought those two individuals to the house." "That seems simple enough," said I; "but bow about the other mail's ' height?" "Why. the height of u mail, in nine eases out of ten, can be told from tho I length oi his stride. It It a simple Calculation enough though there is no use my boring you with ligures. I had this fallow's stride, both on the clay outside and on the dust within. Then 1 had a way of cheeking my eel eolation. When a man writes on a! wall, his instinct leads him to write cited. That is shown by the increased length of his strides, tie was talking all the while, and working himself up, no doubt, into a fury. Thon tho j tragedy occurred. I've told you all I know myself, now, for the rest Is mere I lUrmlse and conjecture. We have a gpml worftlnf basis, however, on which ', to start. We must hurry up, lor I want to go to Halle'l concert, to hear I Kortnon Ncruda, this afternoon. ' This conversation had occurred v, bile j our cab had been threading its way through a long sncoesslon of dingy streets and dreury by-WaVS. In (lie dingiest and dreariest of them our driver suddenly oamu to a standi That's Audley court in there," he said, pointing to a narrow slit in the line of dead-colored brick. "You'll lind me here when you come hack." Audley court was not an attractive locality. The narrow passage led us Into a Quadrangle paved with ilags umi lined by sordid dwellings, We picked I our way among groups of dirty chil dren und through lines of discolored linen until we.cume to No. 40, the i door of w hich was decorated with u small slip of brass, on which the name RaUCe was engraved. On inquiry we found that the constable was in bed, and we were shown into a little front parlor, to await his coming, lie appeared presently, looking u lit tle irritable at being disturbed in his slumbers, "1 made my report ut the Office," he said. Holmes took a half-sovereign from his pocket, and played w Ith it pensively. 'We thought that we should like to hear It all from your own Hps," he said. "1 shall be most happy to tell you anything 1 can," the constable an swered, with his eyes upou the little golden disk. "Just let us hear it all in your own way, as it occurred." Elan 00 sat down on the horse hair sofa and knitted hit brows, M though determined not to omit anything in his narrative. Otaage Qrewlag in Palestine. It is only of recent, years that Jaffa Of snges have obtained a worldwide repnta tioii, for b":t some is yean tinea they were tcarealy known sstj at Beyroot, Alexan dria and Constantinople. A special fea ture of the Jaffa orange It that It will keep )I0 or 40dayt, and If properly packed for two and sometimes even three months. The port of Jaffa Is surrounded on the laud side bj orange, groves, covering an are of 1,780 acres. Rsw orange groves are constantly being planted, and there are now double as many at there were 15 years ago. Kai.li orange garden contains about 8,000 Muare feet of planted area, equal to about 1,800 trees to ; ' j oi res. Toe tress begin to hear the fourth year after planting, i.ut it. Is estimated that it takrs seven and sometimes eight yenrs he fore an orange orchard yields a paying crop. During all this time and even aft erward the orchards bsvt to he watered continually, ami this Irrigation U the most difficult and laborious part of the work, the water having to bedrawn hy means! of primitive waterwhsels from Weill dug in the gardens HO feet and even 100 fee! del p, Planters' Offletta Italy Oolns Time. Italy bus gained 10 minutes in t i int. by changing ltt Standard lrom HO minutes earlier than I ireenw I' h to cr.netly nn hour. ( m the yuestion of time the countries of EttTOpt ore now divided into tlirre groups, that of flic west, consisting of liugiaml, 1 ranee, Spain and Portugal, Holland and Belgium, which take their time from (jreenwich: the central group of Sweden, Norway, Denmnrlf, Gerriuiiiy, Anstro- I Hungary, Switzerland and Italy, whoM ' Stanford time is exactly 80 minutes ear- I lier, and, iinally. the oriental group of Hits lia Turkey, the Itnlkan states mid Greece, ! whoso time differs two hours from that of ! Greenwich. Rxocange. Bcecham's pills arc foi biliousness, bilious headache, dyspepsia, heartburn, torpid liver, dizziness, sick head ache, bad taste in the mouth, coated tongue, loss of appe tite, sallow skin, when caused by constipation ; and consti pation is the most frequent cause of all of them. JJtiok free; pills 25c. At rjrug8tores,or write B.F.Allen Co ,365 Canal St., New York. about the level of his own eyes. Now, that writing as just over six feet from the ground, It was child's play." "And his atje'.1'' I asked. "Well, if a man can stride four and a half feet without the smallest effort, he can't be quite in the sere and yel low T hat vt as the breadth oi a puddlo on the garden walk which he bad evidently walked across. Patent leather boots had pono round and Square-toes bad hopped over. There is no mystery about it at all. 1 am simply applying to ordinary life a few I of those precepts of observation and deduction which I advocated in that ' article, is there anything else that ' puzzles you'.'" "The linjier-nails and the Trichiucp- ' oly," I suggested. "The writing on the wail was done j ith a man's forefinger dipped in blood, j My glass allowed me to observe that the plaster was slightly scratched in doinjf it, w hich would not have been the case ii' the man's uail had been i trimmed. I gathered up some scat tered ash from the floor. It was dark iu color and flaky such an ash as is only made by a Trichinopofy. I have , made a special study of cigar ashes in fact, 1 have written a monograph j upon the subject. I flatter myself that i i I can uiitinirulsh at a glance the ash of i any known brand cither of cigar or of tobacco. It It just In such details thut the skilled detective differs from the Oregson and .Lestrade type." "And the florid face." I asked. "Ah, that was a more daring shot. 1 Aonjfb I have no doubt that I wn i right. Vou must not ask me that the present state of the affair." 1 passed my hand over my brow, i "My head is in a whirl," I remarked;' "fhe more one thinks of it the more mysttriOTU it prows. How came these j two men H there wet-' two men into M SmntV house? What has become of j the cabman who drove them'.' How j could one man compel another to take ' 1 poison'.' Where did the blood come ! from'.' What was the object of the j murdi rer. since robbery had no part in it? How came the woman a ring merer Above all, why should the second man write up the German word "cache" be fore decamping? I confess that 1 can notsee uny possible wa of reconciling all these facts." My companion untied approvingly. "V'.'i sum up the difficulties of the situation succinctly and well," be said. "Th'-re is much that is still obscure, though I have quite made up my mind on the main facts. As to iioor l.es trade', discovery it was limply a blind intended to put the police upon 0 wrong track, by suggesting socialism and secret societies. It wus not done by n Herman. The A. if you noticed, wus minted somewhat after the German "I'll tell it ye from the beginning." he said. "My time is from ten at night to six iu the morning. At eleven there Wat a tight at the White Hart; but, bar thut. ail was quiet enough on the beat. At one o'clock it began to raiu. and I met Harry Murehcr- him who bus the Holland Grove beat--and we stood to gether at the corner of Henrietta btreet a-talkiu'. Presently - maybe about two, or a little after I thought I would take a look round, and see that all was right down the l!ri. ton road. It was precious dirty and lonely. Not a soul did I meet all the way down, though a cub or two went past me. -I was a-strollin' down, thlnkin' between ourselves bow un common handy a four of gin hot would be, when suddenly a glint of a light caught my eye in the window of that tame house. .Now, 1 know that them two houses in LtUritton gardens was empty on account of nun that own, them, who won't have the drains seed to, though the very lust tenant what lived in one of them died o' typhoid fever. I was knocked all in u heap, therefore, at seeing a light in the win dow, and I Suspected as something was wrong. When I got tn the door--" "You stopped, und than walked back to the garden gate," my companion in terrupted. "What did you do that for'.''' Ranoe gave a violent jump, and stared at Sherlock Holmes with the ut most amazement upon his features. "Why, that's true, sir," ho said; 'though how you came to knew it. Heaven only knows! Ye see, when I got up to the door, it was so still und so lonesome that I thought I'd be none the worse for some one with me. I ain't af eared of anything on this Bide of the grave; but I thought that maybe it was him that died o' tho typhoid In specting the dralUS What killed him. The thought gave me a kind o turn, and I walked back to the gate to see il I could Sec Marcher's luutern, but there wasn't no sign of him nor of anyone elsu " "There was no one in the .street'.'" "Not a Uvln' toul, sir, nor BSmUCh BJ a dog. Then (pulled myself together and went hack and pushed the door open. All wus quiet inside, ho I went Into the room where the light was a-burnln'. There was a candle Qlckerin' on the mantle-piece- a red wax one - and by its light. I saw" "Yes, I know oil tlint you saw. You walked round the room Several times, und you knelt down by the body, und then you walked through and tried the kitchen door, and then " John Hanee sprang to his feet with a frightened face and suspicion in bis eyas. "Where wat yon hid to see nil thut'.'" he cried. "It seems to me Hint vou knows a deal more than vou "should." Holmes laughed, and threw his card seeing that 1 hud to prop him up me and -Mutcber between us. Uu was a long chap, with a red face, the lower part muliied round " "That will do," cried Holmen. "What became of him?" "We'd enough to do without lookin1 after him," tho policeman laid, ka an aggrieved voice. "I ll wuger be found bis way homo all right." "How wus he dressed?" "A brown overcoat." "Had he a whip iu his hand'.'" "A whip no." "He must have left it behind." mut tered my Companion. "You didn't hap pen to see or hear u cab after that'.'" "No." "There's a half sovereign for you," my companion said, stunding up and taking his bat. "I am afraid, Ranee, that 3-ou will never riso in the force. That head of yours should be for use us well a? ornament. You might have gained your sergeant's stripes last night. 1 he man whom you held iu your hands is the mau who holds tho clew of this mystery, und whom wo are .seeking. There is no use of argu ing iihoiit it now ; 1 tell you thut it u bo. Come along, doctor." We started oif for the cab together, leaving our Informant incredulous, but obviously uncomfortable, "The blundering fool!" Holmes suld, bitterly, as we drove back to our lodg ings, ".lust to think of his having such tin incomparable bit of good luck, and not taking ad vantage of it." "I am rather in the dark still, tit true that the description of this man tallii s with your Idea of the second party in this mystery. Hut why should he come hack to the house after leaving it? This Is not the way of criminals." "The ring, man, the ring; that was what he came back for. If we have no other way of catching him we can always bait our line with the ring. I shall have him, doctor, I'll lay you two to i me that ( have him. 1 must thank you for It all, I might not have gone bui for you, und so llUVO miSSod the linest study I everrcatne across; a study In scarlet, ehV Why shouldn't we use u little art Jargon? There's the scarlet thread of murder running through the Colorless skein of life, and OUT duty is to unravel it. und Isolate it. and ex pose every inch of it. And now for lunch, and then for Norman Ncruda. Her attack and her bow ing are splen did. What's that little thing of Chopin1 sin- plays s magnificently: Tra-la-lo-Ura-Hra-lay." Leaning back iu the cab, this ama teur blood-hound caroled away like a kirk, w hile I meditated upon the many- ddedneaaof the human mind. TO HI' com l.NVBD BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL PHYSICIANS ami si;itil ONs I). IlKA.N. ll!.e,iM)h ,,r lliel.yi'. Novj Tin cat and liur, but bui uc ili cut. buiia Mto court houmv ifA. J. cONXKl.L. Ottko" "5T WsshiOgtca avenue, curnm' Siirui street, ovur KraackeS drui More. I -Iduuex, hi Vino Hi. Offlusbount lo.itn to i:. u. m. und t to! und 0JJ0toi.30p.nl. Huuday, It to3 p. in. DK. W. & ALLEN, UfAes oor. Lsak waiuit and Wuuhluetou uven : over Leon iird taoS store; otlioe BOUTS, 10 to 12 a. in. and 'J to 4 p. m ; evening at a JJum. 01 ft Washington mva DK. C U KKEY. Practice Hunted to Oil. casei of tho Eye. Gar, Host and Throat; nfftre, hi; Wyoming uva. Residence, U Vint meet - Dli L II OATES, 14(1 Washington Avenui. iMi. .. uouri, to 0 ui , ; J and I to 8 p.m. JOHN I- WE.NTZ, M. D., Ottlees (I and il Commonwealth hullduy. residents 'l Madlsouave; ofaot hours, 10 to li, Uto 4, T to b; Uuudavs '2 90 to 4. evenings ut residunue. A i-l :.m t i t Oi diruua of the ere, oar. hum tad throat and gynecology. hit. U. u. UU RB AY, iDsoislty made on dm eases of eye aud akin '.'Ii! Wyoming Ave litliee hoiirst Until In n ni - to 4 and T to sp in. MRS. Dli KINO, m MULBERRY STREET At ' in'., on Friday of MOB weak Photographic Panorama OF THE Now Ready I I BHINARY BURflEOIIS, i. BT17RQB, Veterinary Barsson, Dun j. tiett y S Speasltyt gold medalist of On tario iterlosry college. OnV e. Summir'i livery, tOi Dix Ht near Keller's eurrlugu bhop. 'I , l'-i'l" lie No. It ! i. HUH, I M C. ItAM.'K'rt Law und Collection of I . Hoe, No. 817 Btiruco t., opiioslte Forest House, Bersnton tliroughiiut Pen SUtS in every eounty u, l'a. ; collections a speelulty nsylvunla; reliable eorroapoiia- I KShL'I's) I1A.D, AttOmeVi anil Coiinsfl. J lois at Law, Cuiumouweallli building, Wubhniitou ave. w. H. Jassor. HoiiAci. B. Hand. W H JESSCPj Ji. illaro, vvabren & knapp. Attor nevt and CouiiM.'lurt at Law, K.-publieuu building. Waaliington nve.. Sci uuton. l'a. IJAT' l KKSO.N & WILCOX, Atwriieys an I Counsellors at Law; otllcesU aud 9 Library bulldiug, bcl autou, Pa. ItOSWrtL H PATTBFISOS. Wll.l I AM A. WlLi oi AI.FKKDHAN'U WILLIAM J. HAND, At tornevs and Counsellors, Coinuiouwealtti Imfldinn Rnomi It, SO mid tL Hooin w nRANK T. OKi.LL, Attorney si Law. r ft, Cosl Esohsngs, Bersnton, rs. MILTON W. LOWRV, C II VoX BTOROR, i. Att'ys, I ton J Washing H Miuara rooms 88, 64 and Aft, Commonwealth b'ly OA.ML'EL V. BDOaB, Attorney ut Law. f oftice, Snrucebt.. Borsotoa, Pa. I A. WATRE8, Attorney ut Law. 4'; I j Iunekawanua sue., Serunton. Pa. P. hlllTII, Coonndlor ut Law. Office, rooms f4. .'.i. CoiiiiuonwuH'th building lid HUfiUiltntllgeGr kit knife und vuthout pain. f7 lag triurset cou be ti.ro? s I never cure but often JU inution, Ktrsiiguhitioa a ITl YllMi'iOC ovarian. F A SURGEON'S KHSFE Sivca you a leehnir of horror and reud. Then- la no longer necessity for lb; use in imny dlscafes formerly re gardsd us incurable without cultuir. The Triumph of Conserv at'ivo Surgery la well Illustrated by the fnrt that DIIDTllC or llrcaeli, is now radi nUr i ,Uu eured wlihout. the uumay.onar irown uwiiy ; they en induce Intlani- angulatlou and death. TIIMnnC Ovarian, Fibroid 1 1' terinei IUINUIIO ki many othcrji, arc now removed without the perils of cut ting operation. PILE TUMORS, fuf, "TO other disuses ot the lower bowel, art permanently cured without pn!u or retort to the knife. QTflNP 'n Ulad'lcr, no matter OIUITU ),,w large, IB crushed, pul verized, washed out and pertcctly re moved without tang. CTRIPTIIRP of I'rlnary Passage is OI nlw 1 unt. aS remmed without cutting in hundreds of cases. For iiatuphlet, references and all particu lars nd 10 ncnts (in in-; to World's Dispensary Medical Associa tion, m Msio St., Uutlalo, N. V. V 1 ' ' . tiionwea th ix'tlning. Bersnton, Ha i . UOMEQYB, aai Bpraeest DI) U10I LoOLL, Attorney-Loans nego- natsd on re d estate serurit v.4o Bproea, I) 1 K1LLAM, Attoruev at Law, i'Ai y- I't omlngsvsnae, Bcrsatoa HAVLVOL'P. DBEpB AND MOKTOAUK.S written ami seknowledmd by J. Wi BUOWNINO. Attorney mid Notary Public, Common wealth Building. Something new. It is a Great Education tor any Man, Woman and Child who reads The Tribune and takes ad vantage of its Grand Offer. It consists of Over Two Hundred Photo graphic Views of the Sights and Scenes of the World's Fair and Midway Plaisance. It Is Issued in Four Parts, or Portfolios. Each Portfolio Contains Fify or More Different and Distinct Pictures. Over TWO HUNDRED Views Shown, No Two Alike. All of the pictures are of equal interest and importance to complete this beautiful and exhaustive pictorial history of the World's Columbian Exposition. Part One Contains Over Fifty Photographic Views. Part Two Contains Over Fifty Photographic Views. Part Three Contains Over Fifty Photographic Views. Part Four Contains Over Fifty Photographic Views. All Separate and Distinct Pictures. No Two Alike. School of ton, l'a or businesa Catalogue at run,U(.'-t M HOOI.M THE LACK AW A N N A Srr..n prepares boys and girls fori;ollog thoroughly traius voung utuldroa .n)lBtMr,l!K u' .HI. ,li . LHL0 rnaae a wen Man of Kier v v s i y v Rev. TnoM.vs M Can WALTBW II Boat.t, WORCESTER'S R1NDEROARTEN and BcOoeL II- Adams svenas FanUi l icoirod at all nmSS N xt tsrui will opto .lainiMi'V X'l ' 1 m (' UKN I I8TM C LAUBACH, Burgson Dentist, No, 11) Wyoming avo. It SI. STHAT'I'ON. (, Coal Evliangf LOANS TOP I'AllNU HL.VT. i.HV. YOUR b 'ln i. Moii.'V to loan on nav lnc.Ktlilv ' svmeota s. N. CALLGNDGR, pime Bsai Bttlklias A ROl v U ami ;:i ST l RANT. 'IM1E WESTSI1XSTEK, 217-2III WvomlOS i nrn iniprovements C M I'm man, J'rop uve- INDAPO on. dinar HIMOOO REMEDY rsosi i'k.the aSovs llf.sI'LTS,in no iiwj hMli BlSSDlSSI lloas, t'to., SSSSM by p;,t .itue lu unuunn orsans, h let .UnnhaHMl III ...111 il- ..utl Una iTtsvlssmsM.lTltntll Fml i,v, r vitfot urn. si7i and ipik-kl but ISNlV NttOtfl 1 nind tfliU ,"jri I, .! in . H'lct. I'l li'l.U at. . k .f- -., I" i ... loin :i wrlllcil tfitlll-nntt'P eoi-nr,' nr MSStl rsfSMM. OonM kr nil v uillrlrn'iol-d itr'iuffit "'ll you SSf WSS "J oi,if.i(,'..'i lnl.t on liiwliur 1MIIMI nonrotli i It ht' llns not a"Ot. We will fl id It DJf null SB0BrflM of in lie. Pioiiplilit ItfLMilfdsnv, Inpi' Iree. Aiblrei! ori ntal sSUalOe.rntt.iCaUsi, IS.. smisiisSfc SOLD by MsttasM Dm., Wholssall nnd Retail Drnggiils, SCKANluN, PA.i and Stbef Lead- on: Drafflitt HisiitsT Mtnici AuraeniTiti tuiiion. Ncrtv a rtal Uennan Invarla' I oorosa the table to the constable bly prints in tbf Latin rharaoter. SO that we may f.aMy Miy thntthis wits not.writtM by "0i Lot by u anunsjr imitator, tfcho ovuriliil hk part, it was slmplv a rase to divert inquiry into a wrong Channel. I'm nut .i n( to toll ou muili more of tho case, doctor. SOU know a nonjuror gttt no credit when once he litis cxphiinod his trick, nnd if 1 show you too much of pay method of Working! you will comu to the conclusion that I am a very ordinary Individual nftor all." "I shall never do that,-' I unswered; "you have brought detection as near nn exact i, 'it'nee us it ever will he brought In this world." My companion flushed up with pleas ure at my words and the eurnest way in which 1 uttered them. 1 had al ready observed that ha wu-.us bonsitlve. to flatten on the scon: of his urt as uny girl could he of her heiiuty. "I'll tell you one other thiol,'' ho aid. 'Tutent-leuthers und HatMN' toes Same in the sumo cab, and they walked down the puthway to;fother us friendly as possible-arm-in-arm, iniill probability. When they got inside they walked up ami down the room -or rather, latent-leathers stood still while Stjuare-toes walked up und down. 1 could read all that iu tin; (lust; and 1 could read that, us he walked, lie ktow more aud more ex- "Don't get arresting DM for the mtir der," he said. "I am one of the hound!" and not the wolf) Mr. Gregton or Mr. L'eiilradc w ill answer for that, tio on, though. What did you do next?" Kance resumed his scat, without, however, losing his mystified c.vprcs nlon. "1 went bnek to the gate and nounded my whistle. That brought Marcher and two more to the spot." "Was the street empty then'.'" 'Well, It was, txt far as anybody thut could be of uny good goes." "What do you mean?" The oonitable'i features broadened into a grin. "I've seen many u drunk ehnp in my time," he said. ' but never anyone so oryin' drunk us that cow. lie was at the gate when I t ime uut. a-leiinin' up agn the railin's und O'Slngin lit the pitch of his lungs ubout Columbine's new-fungled bun. ner, or some such stuff, lie couldn't stand, far less help." "What sort of a mau was he?" Meted Sherlock Holmes. John liiine,' appeared to be some what Irritated at this digression, "He was an uncommon drunk sort of nan," he suld. "He'd ha' found hlsself in the station If we hadn't been so took up." 'Ills face his dress didn't you no tice them?" Holmes broke in, impa tiently. "1 should think I did notice thorn, CNO.ORtCD BT TH C 'SEllTiiOLlNriAIJER miwevou ritTADDU VfiaaEggMSTH inn ni 1 tri'iitl'oldv, HiirnThroal, Iartaonr.i. BrAmhllli, crllAI l'l'.VEH. Aardi OiuiirfHatr n'OA A n pfflrb'nt rrmmlT. mm BBlsnt In rnrrr In nfirki't, nmlv to MS on flrt Indication of fold. fondniiiMt I'to S tr . 1 IVnnnnntt Cnre. Hailpfsrttoniriinranti-edormnnoy relundi'd. Pidi-, r.o ets. Tii'.il free ut liruuKimn. Raslstered uiall, to i i tit. 1. D. CI'SKSIN, Vfr., HrM Ritti. K. n , U. S. 1 OTT 1 CBS AW UPSJTiini Tin- wircnt and sat, t rcnioilT for mtn I nut all kiti ilisnanen. K. ii'iin-. Itvli.Snli I llhulil.old StirPB, Itvinis, Ci!'-, Wonderful umii r.lf r.TFU.KS. rrlrnt. atllnn: DAI SS (jliUr l.y mail pri'pal'l. A'ldt.snsnlioTf DHJLnl by Mattbi'us llroi. Morvan liroi aud Mort,'iin A t o T CHICAGO. Illinois, ou the short- ol Lake M it'll i iran. frtom May. to October .'30. 1S9:!. stood tht' .Muoie t'ity the Dream I "il V- 1 llMl I'.'lllSI-ll tllP will ,le ,,1'bl t, bolt on. I n in n .M,. . " .. v. .b. v um., uuu - nvn- der und amazement. This was the crowning achievement iu America's historj of 400 years. Every nation from "Greenland's ley Moumaius to India's Coral Strand." from darkest Africa to (he islands of the sea poured forth their riches as tribute to the World's Columbian Exposi tion, that ii should be the mosl marvelous displaj of ancienl aud mod ern times. All thai the human brain 1m l conceived, that human skill could execute, was there. All this wealth of the earth and genius of mind was.concentrated there within au are of c:i:i acres, of which 250 aeies were covered With buildings thai alone cosl Twenty-three Million Dollars. Only the spirit aud the pictures of this, the eighth and great est wonder of the world, remain with ns. The spirit w ill make our nation greater aud all humanity better, while the pictures make a pic torial history thai win tell the story to all the children of men. 'I'l I 1 A e ... mmm ... . me rnoTOgrapnic ranorama ot tne world s Fair is designed to perpetuate the glories of the Magic City, tor the entertainment of the multitudes aud for the enlightenment of posterity. Il presents vivid and realistic views of Grand Exposition Buildings, with their towers, pinnacles and glittering domes. pictures of State aud Foreign Buildings, of massive Arches, of Colonnades and Peristle, of noble Statuary and Egyptian Obelisks, of Sculpture and Mural Decorations, of jetting Fountains, of beautiful Interior Exhibits, f Venetian Ooudolas gii't ing over the deep Lagoons, oi Pavilions, of Foreign Villages, of Cafes. of the Wooded Island, aud nr.iii oilier including the famous Midway Phiisauce side .shows of the World's Fair. Every vestige of the World's Fair is (asl passing away. Ahead lire has played havoc umons the buildinm. while a small armv of men nAVIS ,V liOL l'l'. Ai. nitiMt Kootn '.'I. . . ., . . jl .. .. ., ,. , , ., . fonnil'-V, lonnnonwi-altli b'M'B. Siranton are 01 WOl'K ICllloVing I'VeiytlllUg III tile fOtlll ol BUildiDgS a ud exhibits E. 'iJtS.vtt kmU Uhat dwt the Bl8h1 r lhe World's Fair visitors. But thanks to photography, it remains for the entertainment and edification of the multitudes ami for posterity. The "Photographic Panorama of the World's Fair" is a volum inously illustrated history of that great event, It Is a history that is boib highly entertaining to the young and old. and instructive to nil. It is such a volume that should be in every patriotic home. In older lo have a complete, continuous and connected history, it will be ueefcs sary to have all four parts. 'lEUI.KRS HOTEL. BR Lackawanna Lt Liie, Scralitou. Kates reasonable. Y. Znoi.aa, Proprietor. U -EST All. STEK HOTEL W. Q. SCHENTK, llaimjer. Sixteenth Btreet, nno block east ,.f !:..':,, .v at fnion Square, Now YorK. Amerli-aii p'lin. JJ1 ."hi jmt ilav ami unwanl 'OV.N'E HOt'SE. RnrOMSD plan; good V' rooiiw. Open Jay anJ ni(Ut. Uur sni pint! wits tbe Ust. P. Tf, COYS f,. Proprietor QCBANTON HOUSE, near D., I. W. pee O p k 1 depot. Condnetce on tas European plan. VlCToa Koon. Proprietor, p KANI) C'ENTUAL. The larkfet and bjif vl eqnipnel hotel in Allent 'wn. l'a.; ratei i . anil : . -1 per ilav. ICTON P, BABVfB, Proi rletor. A 111 II ITKt'TS. Ft L BROWN, An h n. Architect, l'liee buiidini:. i'J0 vashlaaton Ave,,Serantoa ir HI-.I I I I l Ol . iHToN D sV A H I S - WHOLE8ALB U Dime Hank bnibli.ii;. PRINTERS liuiiber, Ii and Bersnton, l'a I EUARUI'.E HHOTHERH i i luppltss, sayewMs, paper bans. twin. Warehouse, YJI) Wai-biuiitoii ave, Seranton, l'a. ittractions of the Dream City, the bazaar of nations, or the Ob'CHEsTHA Mt'SIO DAi'iats l balls, picnics, parties, receptions, ins Id! dints ladebaesrt work rarhltascL For ifs 1(. .1. BSUM, eoiiductor, OfSr tlnlbcrfs music store FOlt wed terms Wyoming lZKA FINN SONS. bUllden snd omit i Aj torn Yards: Comer olive '. nnd Adams nve. ; corner Ash st. and PsBB ;ive.. BetaatOB SF.EIIS. (T It. CLARK CO., Beedsnea, Florlsti "I. and Nurserymen: Bbre 1 4,1 Washinston nvenne; green house, IH9 Nesth Jlaiti avenue, Btore telephone TH'J llllfllllllllllltllllltllllllllllintlllllUllillillllMHINIIIillllMMtllll imillhlV. I CUT THIS OUT I I The Tribune Order 1 1 w UKANH UNION TF.A CO., 0111 111', wnti s m i n -, For sal les KUETTEti ft Scrsatoii, l'n 5il Lackawanna nvemu, nmnuf r of Wire Screens 3 H i World's Fair Art Portfolio j 5 S IN FOUR PARTS. -THE DR. HEBRA'S VI8LA CREAM Removes Fmoklet, PlmplJt, Liner Molet, BlaelhoedB, Sunburn snd Trn, sti'l re. rtorcs tho kla lt la crl;I ual frenhnetn, irnduciii,t s clear nuu Basilar cor.-,.) lire pa rations suit P'lf.illy hnnnlewi. At all iiinsgbiui, or mailed lur M is. u ml lor Circular, VIOLA BKIN SOAP h 'imrij iiMiststskU s .v.i, i.i Ti ling Koip, imi'iinklel fir Oi Uiltft, and wltliout s il, .1 Bit UM Mm;. iiJutfl jiun, ud driksHI bm41 eBMd. i dmnil.t., Prfoe 2S OenU. (,. C. BITTNKR & CO., Tomdo, O. For sMo BY Matthews fetal .Mi.ritan Bro .at .1 Sill KMU ! ('". Every Womaii MOOSIC POWDER CO Sumotirnes needs a (ell able monthly regulating mcilicino. Dr. PEAL'S PENNYROYAL PILLS, Aro prompt, Bflfo and ccrtnlii In rsBtilt. The genu leetUr. reid'si never disappoint, sent anywhere HOB) J'n i v,-:i ii ,Cierelnnl,0. Sold hy JOHN II, PHKLP- 1'harmaelit corner i yondns svems i street HeraQtvii, l'a. Rooms 1 iti I Commonwealth M'i SI I! AN ION. PA. MINING and BLASTING POWDER aladeattho ItOOSlQ and RUfeR' DALE WORKb, I, n niin ,V Rninl I'owilpr (.'o.'s ORANGE GUN POWDER Kloctric Bsttcrlo, Faeei for exploi ing blasts, (-nfety I'nse umi RcpaiiaaClicmical Co, ' High Explosives THE LARflF.MT CHEAPEST UEST The Tribune COUPON, January 20, 1894. Send or bring; 3 Coupons of different dates, to- g S orothcr with 10 Cents, and receive each part of Mag- nificent Photo-jraphs. No delay: no waiting, as each g I part is now ready. THE TRIBUNE, Cor. Penn Ave, and Spruce St, CUT THIS OUT. l1Ulll.illlllllllllllllHIIIUIIIllIltlieiiillHI!IIIQIIIIIIIEIIfllli9lt(illlllHIHIIHR All four parts are now ready to be de livered. There is, therefore, no delay in curred in waiting. Each part can be obtained by cutting out three coupons of different dates, in this Col umn, and sending 10 Cents (not stamps) with eadi three coupons. The other Art Offers are still open