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THE SCRANTON TIJIIiUXE-MON DAY AlOKXlNtt, .NO VKMllEll I!), .181)1.
HE SPECTRE
1
BY THOS
(These short serial stories are coriyrljThtod by llaclieller, Johnson & ftnch
rller.nnd are printed InTheTrlbunp by special nrranprement, simultaneous with
their appearance In the leading daily journals of the large cities).
CHAPTER II.-COSTIsriD.
, ''You are only ten minutes late,
deare&t," ha said. "Do you know, I
'was hal afraid you might have failed
me at the last moment?"
I . "You don't believe it, Jim!"
"Well, I sometimes think I ought
mot to expect you to keep engagements
with me so honestly as you do. Good,
brave little Rosalys!"
j They moved on through the press of
Struggling onnibuses, gigantio vans,
icovered carts, and foot-passengers, who
jctarted at imminent risk of their lives
Amid the medley of wheels, horses and
(shouting drivers. The noise jarred
jEosalys' head, and she began to be
feverishly anxious.
The church stood in the neighbor
hood of a great meat market, and the
pavement- was crowded by men in blue
llinen blouses, their clothes sprinkled
with crimson stains. The young girl
'gave a shiver of disgust. "How revolt
ling it must be to have a butcher for a
Ihusband! They can't have hearts like
lother men What a gloomy
part of London this is to be married in,
Uiuu. . .
"I HAVE DECLARED THAT I
P "Ah yes! Everything looks gloomy
(with the ea&t wind blowing. Now,
here we are! Jump out, little woman!"
Be handed money to the driver, who
went of? with the most cursory
thoughts of the part that he had played
In this little excursion of a palpitating
pair into the unknown.
"Jimmy, darling; oughtn't yon, or
one of us, to have lived here for fifteen
days?" she said, as they entered the
iflne old Norman poroh, to which she
Was quite blind In her preoccupation.
Durrant laughed. "I have declared
I that I did," he answered, cooly. "I
hope In the circumstances that it's a
(forgivable lie. Cheer up, Eosalysj don't
all of a sudden look so solemn!"
i There we re tears in her eyes. The
(gravity of the step the was about to
take had begun to frighten her.
' ml . . 3 . 4 r L . . .
I inf j nau some uiue 10 wuiii ueiurc
the clergyman condescended to oome
out of the vestry and perform the cere-
linony which was to unite her to Jim.
'Two or three other couples were also
in the church on the same errand; a
lhaggard woman in a tawdry white
Ibonnet hanging on to the arm of a
'short, crimson-faced man, who had evi
jdently been replenishing his' inside
jwith gin to nerve himself to the re
quired pitch for the ordeal; a girl with
a coarse, hard face, accompanied by u
slender youth in shabby black; a tall
Lilian of refined aspect, in very poor
clothes, whose hollow cough shook his
thin shoulders and chest, end told his
bride that her happiness, such as it
was, would probably last but the brief
est space.
Kosaivs glanced absently at the ueau-
itiful building, with its Norman apso
(and transverse arches of" horse-shoe
form, and the massive curves and cush
(ion capitals that snpported the tower
cnd; the whole impression left by the
Ichurch being one of singular harmony,
(loveliness, and above all, repose which
struck even her by its great contrast
jwith her experiences just then. &s the
(clergyman emerged from the vestry a
ibhaft of sunlight smote the altar,
touched the quaint tomb where the
founder of the building lay in his
dreamless sleep, and quivered on the
darned clothes of the consumptive
bridegroom.
Jim and Rosalys moved forward, and
the light shone for a moment, too, upon
his yellow hair and handsome face. To
the woman who loved him it seemed
that:. "Front the crown of his head even
to the sole of his foot there was no blem
ish in him."
1 The curate looked sharply at the
four couples; angrily, Rosalys fancied,
at her. But it was only because the
east wind had (riven him an acute
toothache that his gaze was severe and
his reading spiritless.
The four couples having duly con
tracted their inviolable unities, and
slowly gone their ways through the
porch, Jim and Kosalys adjourned to a
lashionablo hotel on the Embankment,
(where in a room all to themselves they
jhud luncheon, over which Rosalys pre
sided with quite a housewifely air.
' "When Bhall I see you again?'' he
'said, as he put her into a cab two or
three hour. later on in the afternoon,
j "You must arrange all that, Jim.
ISomehov I feel so dreadfully sad and
OF THE REAL
HARDY.
sinful now, all of a sudden! Have I
been wicked? I don't know!"'
Suddenly her tone changed as she
met his passionate gaze, and she said,
'very low, with a lump in her throat:
"0 my dear, darling! I care for noth
ing in the whole wide world, now that
I belong to you!"
CHAITEK I1L
The Loudon weeks went by with all
their conimonpluees, all their novel
ties. Mr. Durrant, senior, had finished
his urgent business, and returned to
his square and uninteresting country
house. But Jim lingered on in town,
although conscious of some subtle
change in himself and his view of
things. He and Rosalys met whenever
it was possible, which was pretty fre
quently. Often they contrived to do so
at hastily-arranged luncheons and teas
in the private rooms of hote.s; some
times, when Mrs. Ambrose was sud
denly called away, at Jim's own rooms.
Sometimes they adventured to queer
suburban restaurants.
In the lapse of these weeks the twain
besran somehow to lose a little of their
DID," JIE AXSWKItED, COOLLY.
zest for each other's sociur.
9 A4
self was conscious of it before he had
yet discovered that something of the
jiame disappointment was dulling her
heart too. On his own side it was the
usual lowering of the fire the slack
ening of a man's passion for a woman
when sho becomes his property. On
hers it was a more mixed feeling. No
doubt her love for Jim had been of but
little higher quality than his for her.
(She had thoroughly abandoned herself
to his good looks,: his recklessness,
his eaperpess; and now that the
Sensuous past of her character was
satisfied, her passion also had burnt
Jtself down. But beyond, above, this,
the concealment of her marriage was
repugnant to Rosalys. When the
'rapture of the early meetings had died
away she began to loathe the sordid
deceit which these involved; the
secretly dispatched letters, the un
avoidably brazen lies to her mother
who, if alio attached overmuch impor
tance to money and birth, yet loved her
daughter in all good faith and sim
plicity. Then once or twice Jim was
late at their interviews. He seemed
indifferent and preoccupied. His
manner stung Rosalys into impatient
utterance at the end of a particular
.meeting in which this mood was unduly
'prominent.
"You forget all I have given up for
ij-oul" she eried. "You make a fool of
uio in allowing me to wait here for you.
It is humiliating nud vulgar. I hate
myself for behaving as I do!"
"The renunciations are not all on
your side," he answered caustically.
"You forget all that the loss of his
freedom means to man!"
Her heart swelled, and she had great
difficulty in keeping back her tears.
But she took refuge in sullenncss.
"Unfortunately we can't undo our
folly!" she murmured. "You will have
to make the best of it -as well as I.
suppose 'the awakening to a sense of
idiocy was bound to come sooner or
later. But I didn't think it would
come so soon. Jim, look at me! Are
you really angry? Don't for God's sake
go and leave me like this!"
He was walking slowly towards the
great iron gate leading out of Kensing
ton Gardens; a dogged cast on his hand
some countenance.
"Don't make a scene in public, for
heaven's sake, Rosalys!"
Feeling that he had spoken too
brutally, he .suddenly paused, and
changed:
"I am sorry, little woman, if I was
cross! But things have combined to
harass me lately. Of course we won't
part from one another in anger."
Jim glanced at her straight profile
with its full underlip and firmly-curved
chin, at the lashes on either lid, and
the glossy brown hair twisted in coils
under her hat. But the sight of this
loveliness, now all his own, failed to
arouse the old emotions. He simply
contemplated her approvingly from an
artistic point of view.
They had reached the gateway, and
he placed hor hand on his arm.
"Good-by. When shall we next meet?
To-day Is Tuesday. Shall it be Frl
'day?" 1
I . "I am afraid I must go out of Lon
don on Thursday for a day or two. I'll
iwrite. dear. Let me call a hansom.". .-
in a cold vok-e
lust handshake
nud a smile that hovered on bor
row, left him and drove away towards
Belgravia.
Once or twice later ou they met; the
nest interview being shorter and sad
der perhaps than the last. The one that
followed it ended in bitterness.
' "This had better bo our lonj good
by, I suppose?" said sho.
, 'Terhaps it had. . You
seem to bo always looking out for
causes of reproach, Eosalays. I don't
know what has come over you."
"it is you who have changed!" she
'cried, with a little stamp. "And you
arc by fur the most to blame of us two.
You forget that I should never have
contemplated, marriage as a possibility!
JIM GLANCED AT HF.B KTBAIQHT PROFILE.
You have made me lie to mV mother,
,do things of which I am desperately
..ashamed, and now you don't attempt
to disguise your weariness of me!"
It was Jim's turn to lose his temper
inow. "You forget that you gave me
considerable encouragement! Most
'girls would sot have come out again
and again to surreptitious meetings
with a man who was in love with them
girls brought up as you have been!'
She started as in a spasm. A iiiomen-
lary remorse seized him. He realized
that he had been betrayed in speaking
as no man of kindly good feeling could
i speak. He made a tardy, scarcely gra
'cious apology, and they parted. A few
; days afterwards he wrote a letter full
iof penitence for having hurt her, and
,bho answered almost affectionately
But each knew that their short-livcu
, romance was dead as the wind flowers
'that had blossomed at its untimely
1 birth.
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THE ELK CAFE. 125 and 137 FRANK
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WESTMINSTER HOTEL,
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' cuuximptlon or Uir ity,.nptr boa by mail, 6 bfit for ts. With Trrr f
iuiituit to ciuoec laiuua tno boast. aar -
CloftUoa.Cbio.
Pharmecltt. cor. Wyoming Avenue and
ESTORED MANHOODS
fornerrons Droitration and allmnronsdlMSMS of
fwnerailTe orsana vi eiuiar ava. auoo aa riaiTOUarTOiiraiH a. ran
I or Jxnt AlaDlieod, lmpolaacjr, Nlsbtly ttuiliilous.YouUful Krrors,
ntal VYuiTT.ezoeaiitve uiaof Tobacco or Oulum.whtoa lead to Con-
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antee tooure orrufund theuioner. Hold at sl.oo per box. 6 boxes)
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187 fsua Avenue,
RAILROAD TIME-TABLES
Central Uailroad of "cw Jersey.
fl.ehighand Knsqnrbanna Divitdoni
Anlhrnetto coal used exclusively, Insur
ing cleanliness and comfort.
TIME TABLE IN EFFECT NOV. 18, 1(04.
Trains leave Scranton for I'ittston,
Wlllces-Uiirre, etc., at 8.20, 9.1S, ll.su a.m.,
12.45. 2.0D, a.or.. 5.00, 7.25, 11.03 p.m. Sundays.
9.00 a.m.. 1.00, 2.16. 7.10 p.m. F
For Atlantic City, 8.20 a.m.
For 1 ew York, Newark and Elizabeth,
8.20 (express) a.m., 12.45 (express with Buf
fet parlor far), 3.00 (express) p.m. Sun
day, 2.1G p.m.
For Munch Chunk, Allontown. Bethle
hem, Easton and I'hlludelphiii, 8.i a.m.,
12.4f., 3.U., r,.00 (except Philadelphia) p.m.
Sunday, 2.15 p.m.
For Long Branch, Occun Grove, etc., nt
8.20 a.m., 12.45 p.m.
For leading, Lebuiion and IlarrlsburR,
via Alli-ntown. 8.20 u.in., 12.45, ."..ni p.m.
For I'otlsvlllf, 8.2i'u.in 12.45 p.m.
Rcttiinliig, leavi- New York, fool of Lib
erty street, North river, nl S.lo l-xpresi
u.m., 1.10. 4.S" icxpiv.-'ii with IiulT.-t
parlor earl p.m. Sunday, 4.80 p.m.
Leave Philadelphia, lu.lln Teriiilnul,
9.W a.m., 2.ij ami -.: p.m. Sunday 0.27
a.m.
Through ticket to all points at lowest
rates 11. uy be hud on application in ad
vance to the ticket agent ul the Htutkui.
II. P. BALDWIN,
lien. Puss. Agent.
J. H. OLIIAVSBX. Cien. Supt.
Nov. IS.
ISM.
Train leaves Scranton for Phlladeluhla
and New York vlu 1. & 11. R. K. at 7.45
a.m., 12.05, 2.38 and 11.38 p.m., vlu 1)., L. &
V. H. it., ti.iio, 8.WS, 11.2M am., and 1.30 p.m.
Leave Scranton for I'ittston unci Wilk.-s-Burrc,
vlu I.I., L. & W. It. J., li.oo, 8.08. 11.20
B.m., 3.51). ii.117. K.60 p.m.
Leave Scranton for White Haven, Ha
zl. li.li. l'oltsvillf and ull l.oints oil '.lie
Heuvcr .Meadow und Pottsville brunches,
vlu U. & W. V. U. It.. ti.4in.in., vlu D. & H.
It. it. lit 7.45 a.m., 12.U5, 2.3M. 4.UU p.m., vlu
l.. L. 4: W. K. hi., 0.00, 11.20 u.m., 1.30,
3.50 p.m.
Leuv; Seruntou for Itethli hein, F.ustou.
Ri adlnir. Hurrlsbuix ui.d all lnterinediuie
points vlu, 1. 61 H. It. It., 7.45 a.m., 12 t5,
2.. 4. IK.:, 11. as lp. 111.. via Ll., L, & . 11. It..
U.ou, k.'i8. 11.211 a.m.. l.:ti p.m.
Ijeave Hcranton for Tunkliannock, To
wuiidu, Llmlta, Itharu, Geneva und ull
Intel mediate points vlu D. & H. It. R.. 8.45
a.m., 12.05 and 11. 35 p.m., via l., L. & .
It. K., 8.08, 8.55 u.m., 1.30 p.m.
Ix'ave riuraiiton for Rochester, Buffalo,
Niagara Kulls. Detroit. Chicago and all
points west via D. & 11. R. H., 8.45 a.m.,
12.05, K15. 11.38 p.m., vlu K.. L. ii W. It. R.
and Piltston Junction, 8.118. 9.55 a. in., l.jj,
B.uU p.m., via t. & vv. . K. K., 3.41 p.m.
l'or Klmlra and the west vlu Saluinuncu,
I vlu 1). & H. K. K.. 8.45 a.m., 12.05, e.'iu p.m.,
via D., 1.. tc . H. R., 8.US, 9.55 u.m., 1.30,
und ti.u? p.m. '
Pulliiiaii parlor and sleeping or L. V.
chulr cars on ull truing between L. & B.
Junction or Wilkes-liurre und New York,
Phllade.iihia, liuftulo, and Suspension
bridge.
ROLLIN 11. WlLBCR. Gen. Supt.
(Ml AS. S. LEK. lien. Pass. Agt., I'hlla.. Pa.
A. W. NDNNKMACHKU, Asst. Gcu.
Pass. Agt., South ifethlehem, l'u.
DELAWARE AND
HUDSON RAIL
ROAD. Commencing Monday,
day, July 30, all trains
wlllarrlve it new Lack'
awanna avenue station
as follows:
Trains will leave Scran
tnn arntlrtn for Carbondale und in
turmcdlutB nnlnts at 2.2U. .45. 7.00. b.UG and
10.10 a.in 12.00, a.20, 8.65, 5.16, .16, 7.25, .10
unH 11 y I I. m.
For Kurview. Wavmart and Honesdale
at 7.00, &.& and 10.10 a.m.,12.00, 2.2U and 5.1S
p.m.
For Albany, Saratoga, the Adirondack.
nnd Montreal at 6.1a a.m. anu t:a p.m.
For Wllkes-Barre and intermediate
.lots at 7.45, 8.45, 9.38 and 10.45 a.m., 12.05,1
1.20. 2.38. 4.0U. 6.10. .U6. .1S and 11. 3 p.m.
Trains will arrive at Scranton station)
from Carbondale and Intermediate points)
at 7.40, 8.40, 9.34 and 10.40 a.m., lz.uu, 1.11,2,31,
1.40. 4.64. fi.ai. 7.4b. .n ana 11.3.1 p.m.
From Honesdale, Waymart and FaM
view at .34 a.m., 12.00, 1.17, 8.40, 5.55 am
7.45 p.m.
From Montreal, Saratoga, Albany, etc.;
at 4.54 and 11.33 p.m.
From Wllkes-Barre and Intermedial)
points at 2.15, 8.04, 10.O5 and 11.56 a.m., l.ltii
B.1V, V.VO, t.ifJ, KUU p.lU.
Del., Lack, and Western.
Trains leave Scranton as follows: Ex
cress for New York and all points Eust
1.40, 2.50, S.15, 8.00 and 9.55 a.m.; 12.66 and 3.50
p.m.
Express for Euston, Trenton, Philadel
phia and the south, 6.15, 8.00 and 9.63 a.m.,
1Z.K and 8.50 p.m.
Washington und way stations, 8.35 p.m.
Tobvhanna accommodation. 6.10 D.m.
Express for Binghamton, Oswego, El-
mtra. Corning. Bath. Dansvllle. Mount
Morris and Buffalo, 12.10, 2. IS a.m. and 1.24
p.m., making close connections at Huf
falo to all points In the West , Northwest
and Southwest.
Bath accommodation. 9 a.m.
Blnghnmton and way stations. 12.37 D.m
Nicholson accommodation, at 4 p.m. and
0.10 p.m.
Dlnghamton and Elmlra Express, 6.05
p.m.
Express for Cortland, Syracuse, Oswego
Utica and Rlchheld Springs, 2.16 a.m. and
1.24 p.m.
Ithaca, 1.16 and Bath 9 a.m. and 1.24 p.m
For Northumberland, Pltlston, Wilkes-
Barrc. Plymouth. Bloomsburir and Dan.
vllle. making close connections at North
umberland for llllumsport, Hurrisburg,
Bummore, vvasnington aim tne tsoutn.
Northumberland and Intermediate sta
tions, n.iiu, .M a.m. and 1.30 and G.07 p.m
Nantlcoke and Intermediate stations,
.us ami n.zn a.m. 1'lymouth and Inter
mediate stations. 3.60 and 8.52 inn
Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches on
mil express trains
For detailed Information, pocket time
tames, etc., apply to M. L. Smith, city
iicaer omce, js Lai.kawauna avenue, or
depot ticket omce.
SCRANTON DIVISION.
In Effect Sept. lCth, 1804.
North Hound.
South Uoiuid.
aooiujiioii
1202 204 iOtt
Stations
rii!
(Trains Dnllv.
KxceptSuiidiiv)!
Arrive l.eiive.
A U
7 40
755
810
P u
'N Y I'rankliuSi
IWest nd Si
Weehawlceii
'Arrive Iave
A
Hancock Juno,
0001
SOS
Haiiooclc
hlarlljht
PrcntonPark
Conio
Poyntelle
Helinotit.
Pleusiuit Mt.
Uuiundiile
Kursvt City
Carbondale
White Bridge
Mufll-ld
Jeiniy 11
Archibald
Wintou
Peck vllle
Olypliant
Dlcltson
Tliroop
Pi-ovidence
l'ftrk Place
Scranton
tiuo
HI
0 IS
a
8 40
6 4i
DM
KM
1(31
It 41
1! 50
4 58
306
3 09
f8 5S
710
319'p at
3 341 5 34
raaf 537
13 4-1. fr. 44
71!4
7 -!7
731
8 45I
5 45
7 40
7 4.1
7i!
7-54
8M
551
354
850
4 01
6 54
659
604
907
407
410
4 14
7 60
800
610
(14
818
f IS fltfi7
.10.10 53
8 05
8 05
f4
4)l
890
P Ml Ml.
Arrive
A M
P M
p at
All trains run dnllv excent Sundav.
f. slKiiiiles that trains stop ou signal for pas
sengers. Becure rates via Ontario & Western before
purchasing tickets and save money. Day and
pugoa upren 10 tne west. 0
J. C. Anderson, Gen. PasT Apt.
T. Fli'.Toft, blv, Pass. Agt., Scrautoo, Pa.
F.i'ic und Wyoming Valley.
Trulns leave Scranton for New" York
and Inlernie.llate iiolnts on the Erie rull
roud ut 0.35 u.m. and 324 p.m. Also for
lluiies.lale, Hawley and local points ut
6.35. 9,45 a.m., und 3.24 p.m. ,
All the above are through trains to and
irom HoticHituie.
Trains '.cave for Wllkes-Barre ut 6.40 a.
m. and 3.41 p.m. -
1 Is"
F Ml
.... Tl'j
.... 711
.... 7W0
r ai p' m
bSU ii. ....
8 10 ll ....
TW!13&i ...
751IK'4! ....
V4:.;i--.'40 ....
73,1-.'W ....
TS-iilii ....
TtM'hiUi ....
7 19 fllMII ...
I70ill4'lA u
i e.MhlSl 915
n f 1 l.id 1
I fiua:. .. rooo
Jo 41 ill ! via
S3.-. 11 18 8S?
B3'i rill H3I
D'JU Ull 860
6,1M'7 8 44
8!i1 11 0J 841
8191111)3 SHJ
6 14111 00 8 3(1
H.H3
83.i
a Mi Leave
AMSEJMJA.
THK FROTHINGHAM.
MondayEvenlng, NOV. 19.
Second (irand I yccutn Entertainment of
the I'upulur t:ourse of Six.
Special Appearance of the World-Famed Cali
fornia Poet-Humorist,
MR. (-RED EMER$ON BROOKS,
First Appearance inlnts City of the Cele
brated Cornet Virtuoso,
PAULINE (iLlDDEN . CHAPMAN,
'Ihe Ureatost Ladv Co-net Soloist
in the World.
SECOND GRAND CONCERT BY
THE FROTHINGHAM LADY ORCHESTRA.
Prices 50 CENTS. No extra charx for
Reserved Scats in advance.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
MONDAY, NOV. 19.
BENEFIT OF N&Y-AUG HOSE COMPANY, NO. I.
Third Year. The Vnlverjally Successful
Drama, TUB
NEW SOUTH
Perfectly Interpreted bv"
JOSEPH GRISMER
PHCEBE DAVIE S
And a Sreclally Selected Companv, un
der the Management of
WlVI. A. BRADY. ,
r-ale ot seats opens Friday, Nor. It).
FROTHINGHAM.
I ULoUAT INIlaM I, NOV. 20.
SIXTH SUCCESSFUL SEASON.
Three Hours ot Solid Enjoymeut
IKENNA'S FLIRTATION
BY EDtJAR SELDEN.
Comedian., Vocalists, Dancers,
a rtunt 18. '
Funnier Than Evai
"Yours Forever, flary Ellen Ryan."
B x plau now open. Regular prices.
THE FROTHINGHAM
M' TP 1" I a t -v a s n m
WED.
1UV.
21-22. j S!(iHT8.
THCBS.
THE UESTEEL IHISH ACTOR,
John E. Brennan,
And His Own Comianv, in the
Kclinrd Irish Couiedy-Drauia,
TIM THE TINKER
Special Scenery, Great Aotiug P.ot.
WIT, COIViEDY AND GINGER.
THETINKER QUARTETTE.
Box aule now ready. Regular prices.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC
- Lll Av svi at a t-t s- s-a
1 nunoufti, iNUVLMDLn
CHAS. A. HARTLEY,
PrcseuthiK His Own Unexcelled Com
pany iu a Series of
HIGH CLASS SPECIALTIES.
EVERY ARTIST A STAR.
PRICES AS USUAL.
Eale of seats commences Nor.
20.
THE FROTHINGHAM
Friday I ljn 00 flljn OA I """nee
Saturday 1 njl, (II1U trt Saturday
C. B. JEFFERSON. KLAW I ERLAN&ER'S
Country Circus
i ne niKgest inaoir cnttrtainmont
iu the World.
ALL -: NEW : RING-:- FEATURES
75 PEuPLE. 40 ANIMALS.
SEE
THE MRVELOCS ACROBATS, 4
THE HTJSY BABBOON. 444
THE ONDERPl'L PONIES. 4
Box plan onen Wednesday. PRICE 3. 11.0U.
75c., 60c. : Oullery, 2ia MATINEE, 75c., Mc. ;
Gallery, 2-c.
DAVIS' THEATER
WEEK COfflMENCING NOVEMBER 19.
Every Afternoon and ErenlBg.
VVM. O. AUSTIN'S
GIGANTEANS
and his famous
LIVING -PICTURES
Which had a strata lit run of six month) st
the Palaca Theater, Beaton -tueFimst
Sjrles ou the road bar none.
A First-Class Entertainment at
Popular Prices.
in
on
OR 30 CENTS
Two performances dally at 2.
and 8. IE p.m.
CLEARING SALE OF
BICYCLES
A Child's Blcrals,Babbsr Tira, nsw.....
A i hlld's Bicycls, Sublier Tirs, naw 19
A Boy's Bicycle, Rubbsr Tlr, uaw 1
A Boy's Bicycls, Rubber Tire, new......
t Boys' or Qirla' Bicycls Cushion Tire,
uaw eodowatoSS
1 Youth's Bloyclt, Posomatio Tlra.naW..
I Victor B Bicyclss, Pusnmatle Tirs.sso-
ond hand 7
1 Victor B Bicycls, Pnsumatio Tira, nsw M ,
1 Secure B cyols, Pnaumatia Tire, seo- '
oud-hand
ILovsl Diamond Bloyds, BoUd Tira,
seoond-Uaud
1 Ladies' Blcyols, Bolld Tirs, second
hand I Victor A Bicyclss, Solid Tirs, second-
hand
1 Vlotor C Bicycle, 1M in. oushlon Tlr
sscond-haud 14
IViotor B Bloycls, IX In. Cushion Tlrs,
secondhand
1 Columbian ! BlcyelcPaaumatlc Tire,
1 Chainloaa Bicycle, PoaumaUo Tira,
Bsarly new.... 10
Come Early for Bargains.
Lawn TeunlH Racquets at a dl
count of one-third for
two weeks.
I D. WlLUflHS S BRO.
314 LACKAWANNA AVE.
- '-
a""
pill I ?IV n ,k J
A.W. JURISCH, 405 SPRUCE ST.
. BICYCLES AND SPORTING GOODS.
Victor, Oendron, Eclipse.- LovelL Dl.
mood and Other Wheals,
IKVOff JL VvVIIWWM

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