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MUB winter of 180- was
llll;$!fW memornblo on ac-
rmiTtt nf rrinti v thhiTrs:
WW l!fly remarkable
for having given me
my young bride. We
our honeymoon in
the lotus-eating land, and had taken
up our quarters at that admirable hos
Telery known as ".Mena hou.se," which
'istands at the foot of the plateau where
the great pyramids of Cizeh are so ma
jestically enthroned. It yvas in truth
u halcyon time, to be marked in our
memories with the whitest of stones.
: One slight drawback there, was cer
itainly, but it was a mere crumple in
cur rose loaf. Tho Itedcnins would
never leave us alone. Wherever we
went they insisted on accompanying
us; it was impossible to get rid of them,
but they were withal so polite and
jgood tempered that we could not find
.ii , i- a. - i n'l..
k m our near w w ue uuyi j . ue , ,
W6J to avoid, the Bests was to carry put
IX TUE SECBKT
'our wanderings by moonlight. The
Arabs believe firmly that "El-Ahram"'
are haunted, and will not on any ac
count venture near tho rains after
nightfall. Ia this way we had tho
whole place to ourselves but that, for
us, was amplo society. Wo revelled in
our freedom, and soon became thor
oughly acquainted with tho entire
plateau from tho sphinx on the south
to the dilapidated temple on the north
Ono lovely night, before the moon
tvas quite full, my wife proposed a visit
;to the interior of tho great pyramid;
iOnd having procured candles we clam
bered up the well-worn track leading
to the entrance, and speedily made our
:way down the sloping shaft to the cen
tral chamber. Outside the air was
slightly chilly, and the warmth of the
great tomb was very agreeable, in
in spite of the closeness of the air. Sit
ting ourselves down on tho - edgo
of, tho lidless sai'cophagus, we be
gan one of thoso conversations so dear
to young lovers, during which tho
hours glide away like i inutcs, or rath
er when all senso of time is lost.
Our candles were burning brightly
tond steadily beside us, when suddenly
"-without tho slightest warning a
(rust of wind doscended from above,
nnd in the twinkling of an eye wo
wore in darkness. The expected tran
sition was startling to a degree. My
wife clung to mo convulsively, trem
bling la eriiry limb, and I freely con
fess 1 too was not free from that sign
of dlseomposuro. Ilurricdly I exam
ined all my pockets, ono after tho
other, in a vain search for my match
box. It was not to be found! I must
Slave dropped it somewhere en route.
This was terrible; atid I was still
carefully examining every receptacle
1 possessed, , when a dull, grinding
noise mado itself audiblo through tho
obscurity. There is something dread
ful in a noise that ono cannot account
for, no matter when or where ono
hears it. Oht in the otien a mysterious
itound is bad oinuh Ivt r;it.ivit"d fi"
wo 'Were, insklo a narrow, couflued
vpace amidst total darkness, it whs
Shrinking toward each other we
Jistened intently, not knowing what to
tip, for the noise, however caused,'
ee;ned to como from a direction be
tween vfhere IVo were' and the door of
tho chamber. At last , it ceased, and
WPP 1 1
BY DAVID WCrqSLElt.
v, vtr i
although half dead with a mixture ol
awe end terror we -were obliged to
muster up enough courage to try to
find our way out. Gradually wo crept
filor.g hand in hand, feeling the smooth
surface of tin- wall withourdisengaged
hands us we went. The chamber is
not spacious, but our progress was
necessarily very slow, and after what,
appoiiiv.l to be en interminable time,
1 actually stumbled up aganst r.a ob
stacle. What could it be? Stooping, I tni'd
to make out by sense of touch what it
was; that impeded our progress. A
very slight investigation satisfied me.
There could be no doubt that this
barrier in our way was the sarcopha
gus. We must have made the entire
'.reuit of the chamber without finding
' Concluding we had missed the en
trance through some stupid mistake or
other we set out afresh, tracing with
the utmost care every inch of tho pol-
i i died wall. Again the distance seemed
nrain we cccom-
plished the round of the accursed place,
and found ourselves back at the crigl
nal starting point.
It was a most astounding thing, j
Either the door had vanished or we
were losing our senses. Tho silence i
now was terrible and the darkness wai
truly Egyptian it could be felt! Th
heavy, close air was so thick and clam
my that wo could hardly breathe; out
hearts were beating at railway speed
nnd the perspiration dripped fro!i
every pore. Tho circumstances were,
in sooth, as dcaperate as they were in
.explicable, but since no good couI5
come of sitting still wo urose onct
more and recommenced our search foi
tho vanished opening.
'Twas all in vain! The granite was
as smooth and unbroken as though it
had been fashioned out of ono cnori
mous block. Xot a fissure or crack
could be found large enough to admit
even the point of a knife. Whether we
tried from right to left or from left tc
right tho result was still the same;
wo invariably found ourselves back at
tho horrible sarcophagus.
At this juncture, while we were rest
ing in a half-dazed state against the
border of tho fatal sarcophagus, grad
ually a faint, weird light became ap-
parent above our heads. By degrees
tne lignt grow stronger, till finally the .
whole chamber was filled with a pale !
green luminousuess whereby wo were
enabled to distinguish each other's fea
Lost in astonishment, wo, guzedaronnd
us and at each other, too deeply amazed
for speech; and, r.s wo found out after
wards, uncertain whether wo were
Rsleen or awake. The reason we had
been unablo o find tbe nntrance was
plain. Tlio cyclopcan muss of stone,
forming the liutel of tlio doorway liad
descended bodi-, thus completely
blocking up tho passug-e, which it
lltted with mathematical uccuraey. It
was from the frap thereby created on a
higher level that thts light was shin
itiff, tho lower edgo of thonov? aperturo
bcinp about eight or nino feet above
the tloor of tho chamber.
Tho opening disclosed in this won
derful uiuuner was the commencement
of u tunnel, or shaft, extending at an
acute' anglo upwards into the body sf
the pyramid. It was rectangular in
form, and in other respects bore a gen
eral resemblance to the passu ce. by
which we linil entered, save tliat it
beemotl to besloftier.
Tho question now was. should we
attempt to escape along this new road;
or bbould wo wait where we were, and
trust to the return of tho lintel to its
proper place? ... . 1 . .
The liffht now bepan to fade away in
the same gradual manner it had
arisen, and it became painfully evi
dent that we should be-again plunged
in darkness. Any fate would be prefer
able to the frightful sensation of belli,'
hermetically shut in amidst an in
tense and stifling blackness to which
tho darkest night outside would be the
bright clearness of uoon.
Taking our courage in both hands
we resolved to make an attempt to es
cape. 1 seized hold of Annette round
the waist, and swur.g lu-r form up un
til sho was able to scramble on to the
ledge of the opening. With her
sistauee 1 had then no diiSculty i:
climbing tip myself, nnd r.s we were;
both pretty active we con I rived to es.J i
tullish dur.-ilvos in tho mouth of the,
gallery down which tha Jul'1 given j
light was nuw but faintly Ktivr.ming.
Tho sloping floor was so smooth and
bleep that we were obliged to crawl on '
our hands and knees in order to make I
nty progress. In this way wo clam i
bored along for fully fifty yards, with
much labor and weariness; suppms
back every now and again, and more
than once narry wly escaping u glissade
into tho hateful chamber. It was n
ft.'urful task! but at length we reaehcu
the top. aud found that the gallery do- i
1 ii, null . i.l lit a crvi.f. i,o linll ....liit.. !
UV U't... .VSl.O ...... II..IIV
everything was brilliantly illuminated
in a most peculiar manner by means ol
appliances which for wur.t of a better
term must be called reflectors.
Tho whole of the upper part, or ceil
ing, of this marvelous room presented
n most extraordinary appearance, be- j
ing honeycombed so to speak by a
vast array of hollow cones, each cone j
ending in a bmall aperture, or iky-
light, through which the beams of the
ni'iou, or tin" rays of tho stars, were I
shining with a hundredfold their nor-;
mal power. The 'apices of these cones j
must have consisted of some magnify
ing material, and the chips were lined I
with a kind of material that multiplied 1
to an enormous extent their power ol j
transmitting light. Tho entire series
was so skillfully arranged that the
combined pencils impinged on one
spot, where there was a most singnlai
and complicated apparatus for thcii
In front of the mouth of tha gallery
stood a manifold frame, almost com
pletely filling the opening, which, how
ever, was scooped out on one side, thus
enabling us. breathless cs we were
from our climb, to creep through.
This frame was in truth an extraord
nary structure. It was fitted with ar
infinite multitude of lenses and othet
transparent appliances, the like o)
which I had never seen before. 1 very
much regret that I cannot give a bet
ter and more detailed description o)
this piece of work, which to my mini)
affords conclusive proof that tho an
cient Egyptians were the possessors oi
u longuineo vanishi'd lore. The read
er will shortly be able to see why it h
that any account of these marvels is sc
Whilst I v. as in the act of making mj
way past this frame the never-to-be-forgotten
grinding sound again met mj
car.5, coming from below ia the direc
tion of the chamber we had just quitted.
I at once turned and looked down, but
could sao nothing. The track we sc
painfully had traversed was now us
dark aa Erebus. It was manifest thai
our rotro;tt wus cut oil'; the ponderous
lintel had risen to its original position.
TO IiE COXCIAT.LD.l
ST. VITUS'S DANCE,
Spasms. Convulsions, Dizziiieiis, Fainting
(sjx'lls. Nervous Prostration nnd tb.c;sci nerv
ous conditions brought on by l'unotionnl dis
ordcre are perinaiieutly n-cf by Dr. Picrca's
Favorito Prescription. It's a btrensthening
nervine and restorative tonic, prescribed by
an eminent Physician for all those distress
ing " weaknesses'' und irregulurlies coimnon
Mrs. Adam nnitK:
Allnimi, IkrhsCn., l'a.,
writes: "1)11. It. V.
Pikrck: Dinr .Sir
My Bister, Mis3 ('oi--dclia
.Mei-kel, lind St,
Vitus'! Dance. Her
hcd and right urm
moved ur twitched
constnntlyi "4he could
not walk without be
in held under her
urms. Slip triad four
doctora, but without
good. After llltcen
montliH, having been
f ivcii up us a hopeless
nvulid. I boiiulit ber
Dr. Plcn-e's Favorite
Prescript ion: in two
months sue was wen and stron;
n B n I
incuncAi 30th Dav.
produces the above reaults In 30 clays. It act.
powprtully aud imUHly. Cures when all othars fail
Y'nuumnen wlllr-juln their Inist uiauhood. and old
mu will recover their youthful vuior by usioi
HEV1 VO. It nnlcltly and aurely restores Nervous
neu, Lout Vitality, Impotcncy. KiKlitly Kraitsloss,
Last Power, Failing Memory, Wastlus Discatea, aad
all rd'ects of sell-auuao or aiceKaaud ludlacrotien.
which uullts ono for study. bimtneoB or maiTlago.' It
not only curca by atitrtluii at the iieat ot dlaraae, hut
lssfreat nerretoulc and blood builder, bring.
li:g back the pink (flow to pale rhceksandr
storing the tire of joulh. It wards off Jnnuity
and Consumption. Inat.ton baTlng ItKVU O, no
otkor. It can be carried In vest pocket. By mail,
St. 00 Per paokaxe. or six lor BS.OO, with a post
tlT written guarantee to cars or refund
themouey. Circular free. Address
ROYAL MEDICINE CO., 63 River St., CHICAGO. ILL
for sale by Matthews Brofc,' DriRElil
Scrautua . i'a.
CXT.U) AT :
IT fiTnr i Ti at rfi aT-rt
if I W -.JIV S Hki. a--7il.
- V. BTV,(-.. I -,n
' v r s jut. X. iMY
Tha Ouly Specialist la Nirvjui Disss3
tVMQ EuHilo acd Pniladclphii
DR. W. H. HACKER,
Physician in Chief for
The Lackawanna Medical Co.
327 SPRUCE STREET,
Opposite llin New Hotel Jrrmyn, lias opened
"ttii-i.'i fr th- treatment ami cure of Kidney
Bladoer, Stomach, Bowel, Biood, Skin
aii'i Nervous Diseases,
llio cunpuLV u..a jUiipU'd tlio plan of
NO CURE, NO PAY,
to all ri.;:orsil.lu pkrtirv. 1 lirvefor.i takluj
upon tliPiruu.'lvet the rsk of failure to cure,
a:l prnvini; to ii doubtful public tlin superior
ity u( tho ninUiU talent i-inploypii bvtli.m.
1 nir olfiT holiis j,mi,(1 until January 1, 1'S!)-.
Genoto Urinary Surgery In li its
''t-Biirii-.-H win b p. ro,-UK-it iy Competent
Liul or suntl H ccst-i iu lun-.is for ' ttot'd
News." a tri-nti.i on Mcrvoui IHscmp of
Offics Hours -S a. in- tut p. in.
antic Refining Co
Tilanutucturcrs and Dealers ia
m m l
I.insc'sd Oil, Napthas nnd Gano
lln. of all uniik-K. Axle O reuse,
Pinion Urca:;e nnd Colliery Com
pound;, also u Iuri;i line ot Far
alhtie. Wax CainiU-j.
Wo also handle tho Famou:) CROWN
ACM F. OIL, tho only family safety
burning oil In the market.
Win, Mason, Manager.
Office: Coul ICxcliaKue, Wyoming Ave.
Woiks at Pine Brook.
IS THE BEST.
riV.NCHa. ENAMELLFO CMS.
4 3.5P P0LICE.3 soles.
SEND FOR CATALOGlE
Yon cay save money hy purchailug W, L.
Hccmise, we are the larfcst niaaufccturerj of
advertised shoes in the world, aud Ruuiantce
the value by btampiuK the natne and price on
the bottom, which protects ou against hipU
prices md the tniddletnau's pro&ti. Our ithoc.i
equal custom work in ttyle, ty UttinK and
wearing qualities. We have tbent told ever-.
where at lower prices for the value siren than
any other make. Take uo subilUute. If your
dealer cannot supply yen, we can. Sold by
EnDssstD st tkc H:oHtaT M.oic!. AuTMesmss
JASTHM A vn lAn rtn
lxnAi.n will euro you. A
.wonderful hortn to fiilfcreiY
immentatl reltff. AncfBcicnf
rrmpi'T. eonrcnlAnt tn nsrr
In pociet. reartT to Po on 0it Indlrailon of cu'.d.
(-ctlnned Van I fTecta lermnneDt C'nre.
fttttitacUuQruurnnteud or money refunded. Prlc,
Ct re. Trial frro nt l)rjiii!. Roiilalcrcd mail.
W ccnti. 11. D. CU3U!i, kL-., larw Rum, Hid, D. 8. 4,
MrWTHfll ThesiirMt and aafnt remertr for
int-ll I I1UL a,l akin dKna.es. Kcicma. Hch.a!t
Ilheum. old Sores, Murnu, rnta. lVondcrflil rvu:
ertr for PILKb. rnoo.S.'cU. nt Drug- D A I '
gists or by Kinll prei-.t'l. A drtren .unborn. PH - '
For sale by Matthews Bros, and John
Removed Frocliirc, plmplJt,
Liver Mole., LlncLiieada,
Sunburn and Ton, r.d ix
atcrzs tho ckln to 1 tn orl rl-
nal faebhaess, pronucinu a ,t
cioar can ccam:y ikwy
preparations and rjerloclly hsrmlesa. At all
druggists, or mailed lorSOcta. tkud tor Circular,
VIOL. 8KIN OOAP "aP'T tocaasartbla a. a
Aln I'UrtlvlDg Soap, uaequal4 for tha tollrt, ana vlUltmt a
rHal in taa u-'ntry. Atooluulr traia aa4 olkalaly ial
cui. AUnwtinv Prlot 2J Cea4.
G. C. BITTNEB&.CO.,Tci.eoo,0.
For sale by Matthews Bros, and John
A Hancjisome Compisxlon
Is one o? tho greatest cliarii's a woman con
I)OHse1. POUONI'U t'OMPLBIlOM PoWDEa
"(ewr Bnnd for circular.
at V . 31
For Sale by C. M. HARRIS, Druggist, 127 Ponn Avenue.
Ejaetlmaa noodi a rellsblr, monthly, resalatlra medicine. Only harmlaei 004
theporeitdruglshouldbeuaeJ. If you want the beat, got
Br. Peal's Pennyroyal Pills
They art prompt, sals aid eertaln In renlt. The aaaolne (Dr. Psal'a) nevar ilrep.
Boint, BaataaywUMC, 11.00. Adoreaa Piai llXBiaiaa UH CleTSland, 0.
For SalebyJOHN H. PHELPS,
Spruce Street, Soranton, Pa.
Physicians and Surgeons.
DR. G. i:DC5AR DEAN HAS REMOVED
to Spruce oreet, Scranton, l'a,
(J-Hj-g'jL'ggiigt:urt Houso square,)
DR. A. J. CONNELL, OFFICK 801
washington avenue, cor, Spruce street,
v,er...Frnncke'f drus store. Residence,
IS Vina st, Offlce hour! 10.30 to 13 a,
ni, and 2 to 4 and 6.3'J to 7.30 p. m, Buu-
UKy,J to S p. m.
L'R. W.RALLKN, OFFICK COtt, UACK
a wanna and Washington avee over
Leonard n shoo store,' otilce houri), 10 10
U a. m. and II to 4 p, n),t evenlnei at
r.wldenre, 512 NWashliiston avenue,
DK. C. U FRi:T, I'RACTIL'13 L:itlTJ!l)
iilseases of th Kye, Rar, Noj and
Throat; cttleu, 112 WvonniiR vp. Rnal-
iDlt. U M. (.tATEA "iSi WA3H1KQTON
uwm. Ottlco houi-n. 8 tc. 9 a. m.. 1.50
lo and 7 to K i. m.
JOHN I WENTJ5. M. L.. OFFICES Kl
tnl OommoniYealth bulldlns; ienl
(lencu 711 Madison avo,! omce noui,
10 to 12. 2 to 4, 7 to 8; Sundays 130 to 4,
evenings at resilience A. tpocUlty
uic1b uf dsasas of the eve, ear, nose
and throat cnd gynecology.
DR. KAT, im PENNMT..:"no3 p. ui.;
cull )&!. Dla. of womwi, obtetrlce and
and die. o chtl.
JEBSITPS & HAND. ATTORNET8 AND
Counsellors at law, Commonwealth
buildinff, Washington avenue.
V. H. JKSSUP,
KORACR K. HAND,
w. n. jBaaL'p, jr.
WIIXAUD, WARREN KNAPP, AT
torneys and Counsollora at Law, Re
publican bulldias, Washineton ave-
PATTKRSON & WILCOX. ATTOR
neys and C'ounsellora at Law; office) 6
and 8 Library luliiln,", Bcranton. Pa.
ROB WELL II. PATTERSON,
ALFUKD HAND, WILLIAM J. HAND,
Attorneys and Counsellors, Common
wealth bulldlnir. Kmiiia Til l anil "1.
VT. F. UOYLB, Ari'ORNEY-AT-LAW,
Nos. 19 and 20, Burr bulldln, Washing
HKNRY M. 8EELY LAW OFFICES
In Prion bulldliiK, 12C Washinston ave.
FRANK T. OK ELL.
at-Luw. Room 5, Coal Exc.hange.Scrau-
JAMEB W. OAKFOUD, ATTORNEY-Ht-Law,
rooi;ut C3, CI and 65, Common
SAMUEL W. EDGAR. ATTORNEY-AT-
Law. O glee, ai7 Spruce t., Bcranton.Pa.
L. A. WATRIDB, ATTORNEY -AT-LAW,
J123Ijickawttmia ave., Scrantoii. Pa.
P. T. SMITH, COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
Office rooms, 64, 56 and 66 Common
C. R. PITCHER, ATTOItNEY-AT-law,
Commonwealth building, Scran
C. COMEGYB, 3S SPRUCE STREET.
D. R. RnPLCQLE, ATTORNEY LOANS
negotiated on real estate ecurlty. 40S
H. F. K1LLAM, ATTORNET-AT-LAW,
120 Wyoming ave., Scrantou, Pa.
SCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA,
Bcranton, Pa., prepares boys and Rlrl.i
for collese or business; thoroughly
trains young children. Catalogue at re
quest. Opens (September 10.
KEY". THOMAS M. CANJI,
MISS WORCESTER'S KINDKRC.AR
ten und School, 412 Adams uvenue. Pu
pils received nt all timi-H. Next term
will oiH-n Nov. 19.
DR. WILLIAM A. TAFT SP3CI ALT Y
In porcelain, crown and brldga work,
Odontothreapla. OlDce lil North
C. C .LAUUACH, SURGEON DENT
jt,No. 115 Wyoming avenue.
R. JL STRATTOX, OFFICE COAL Ex
THE REPUBLIC SAY'INGS AND
Ixian Association wll loan you money on
easier terms and pay you better on In
vestment than any other association.
Call on 8. N. Calleoder, Dime Bonk
O. Tt. CLARK & CO., SEEDSMEN AND
Nurserymen; store 146 Washington ave
nue; green houfe. 1300 North Main ave
nue. Ktoro telephone 712.
JOS. KUETTEL. 515
avenue. Scranton, l'a.,
Hotels aud Rc-itaurants.
THE ELK CAFE, 125 and IS? FRANK
lln avenue. Rates reasonable.
P. ZIEGLER, Proprietor.
W. Q. SCHENCK. Manacar.
Sixteenth St., one block cast of Broal
way. at Union Square, New York.
Amerl.-Hn plan, (3.59 per day and tipwur '.
HCK ANTON HOl-'BIi. near l. L. & VS
passenecr depot. Conducted on th
Kuropcan plan. VICTOR KOCH. Proj
DAYM & VON STOVlCH, ARCHITECT?
rtooms II. 2i and 2C, Commonwea'.t'
E. L. WALTKU, ARCHITECT. OFFICK
rear ot t'.'XS Washlnirion avunno.
V. L. BROWN, AHCH. H. ARCHITECT.
Prlco litilldlnic, IM Washington avenue.
BAUER'8 ORCHESTRA -MUSIC FOR
balls, picnics, parties, receptions wel
dings and concert work furnished. For
-Utmn address It. J. ltuuer, conductor.
117 Wyoming avenue, over Hulbert.s mu
slestore. MEGARGEE DROTHEK8. PRINTERS
supplies, envelopes, paper bags, twin,.
Warehouse, 130 Washington ave., Scran
CaTsS AND SECOND - HAND CAK
liages tor sale. Also line glass Landuu
D. L. KOOTE, AG'T,
153.1 Capouse avenue.
FRANK P. BROWN & CO., WHOLE
sale dealers In Woodware, Cordago and
Oil cloth, 720 West Lkcko wanna ave.
lob Work .
Thi Scrantou TriSuw
GRAND UNION TEA CO., JONES BROS.
. , i
2S(!2:OaS?,S?9iE5 S? ??
ever offered to Ladies,
ed to married Iiadlos.
Price S1.00 ncr bolt 6 boseB lor S5.O0.
Phsrmsclst, Cor. Wyoming Avenue and
rcntval Kuilroud of New Jersey.
(Lt'hichund Suitquiihaniia Dlviaion)
Anthracito coul uted cxcluslvuly, lnsur
Ing cl- uiiUnesa anil comfort.
TIME TABLK IN KFFECT MAY 20. ISM.
Truiim leave Scran ton for Plttaton,
Wilki'S-Barrc, eto., at 8.2H, S.15, 11.30 a.m.,
VIM 2.M. 8.30, S.00. 7.25. 11.05 p.m. Sundays,
9.00 it...... 1.00, 2.15, 7.10 p.m.
For Atlantic City, u.20 a.m.
For New York, Newark and Klliabeth,
S.20 (oxproHft) u.m.. 12.50 (eipmsB with Huf-fi-t
(urlor car) 3M (express) p.m. Sunday,
..l. p.i:i. ,
Fur llanc.h Chunk, Allentown, 'Hethlc
! lipm. llHHton unit l'lillinlclphia. K.i a.m.,
: I2.W, 3.U0, 5.0i) (H.f-t'pt l'lilluduliihlu) p.m.
i Siindi;y, 2.15 p.m.
j For Lotik Branch. Ocean drove, etc,, at
8..U u.m., J -'.".' p.m.
t For Reodlnf, Lebanon and Hurrlshurif,
I via AUc-ntown, 8.2'i a.m., U"U, 5.(i p.m.
1 dtinduy. 2.15 p.m.
! For Pottsvlllf. 8.2 a.m., 12.50 p.m.
j littuTiilntf, leu v. New S'uik, foot nt
; Mherty BtrciH, Nortl. rive.-. :i! H.lo (ex
! i ivsmi a.m.. l.lu, 1.3, -l.3u (express with
i uflot purlor t-u.l i p.m. Sunday, 4.: u.m.
I. .-jvo Philadelphia. Iteudiiiu Terminal,
i Hi ii.ni., 2.00 ana 4.20 p.m. Sunday, 6.27
j l'hnuh tickets to all points at lowest
i lej n.ny be had on application In ud-
-.ncc to the ticket utfent at tho ntatlon.
j H. P. BALDWIN,
Gen. Pasa. Afctnt.
MAY 13, 1834.
:'niln leaven Scranon for Philadelphia
n J New York via D. & H. R. R. ut 7.43
'..:ii., 12.05, H.;)S and 11.38 p.m. via D., & W.
t. K., C.OO.K.lCU.lM a.m., und 1.30 p.m.
LeuveScranton for Plttstoii and Wllke9
llurre. viu D., L. ii W. H. R., if.00. K.dS,11.20
; .in.. l.Sv, 3.60 G.07. S.jU p.m.
lxavc- Scrantou for White Haven. Ha-U-'.ui),
Potlivllli' and all points on iho
'rarer .Meadow nnd Pottivlllc branches,
iu E. it W. V., 6.l' :i.m.. via D. it II. H.
(. at 7.45 a.m.. lluf.. ll.SS, 4.il p.m. via D
. & W R. R., li.ijO, KM, 11.20 a.m., 1.30.
luve Scrnntoii for Bethlehem, Easton,
leading. Harrisburg and all Intcrm -ulaio
"olnls vlu I). & II. R. P.. 7.4fi a.m.. 12,',
!.3S. p.m.. via D.. L. & W. R. It., !.'.
3.US, U.'j) a.m., 1.3U p.m.
Lvavi Si raiiton for Tuiikhanaot k, To
wanda. Klinira, Ithaca, Geneva and all
intern"Wlute points via. I). & H. R. R. 8.45
a.m., 12.0.'. and U.3r p.m., via D., L. & YV.
It. R., ii.OS a.m., 1.30 p.m.
Leave fcieranton for Rochester, Buffalo,
Niagara Palls, Detroit, Chicago and till
points west vlu D. & 11. R. R..8.45 a.in.,
12.05. '5. 11.33 p.m., via D., & YV. R. u.
and Pttston Junction. 8.03 a.m., 1.S0, S.50
p.m., v'n E. & W. V. R. It., 3.41 p.m.
For Elmlra and the west via Salamanca,
via D. 4V H. R. R.. 8.45 a.m., 12.05, 6.03 p.m.,
via IX. L. & ft". R. R., 8.08 a.m., 1.30, and
Pullman parlor and sleeping or L. V.
chair cars on all trains between L. & B.
Junction or Wilkes-Barre and New York,
Philadelphia, Buffalo and Suspension
R OLLIN H. YVILBUR. Oen. Supt.
CHAS. 3. l.KK.Oen. Pass. As'l.Phlla .Pa.
. V.'.NONNEMACHER. Asst. Qua. Puss.
Ag't, South Bethlehem. Pa.
ROAD. Commencing Monday,
day, July ff), all trains
will arrive dtnew Lack
awanna uvenue station
Trains will leave Soran-
ton station for Carbondafo und ln
termeiiiate points at 2.2U, 6.46, 7.00, 8.25 and
10.10 a.m.. 12.00, 2.20, 3.55, 5.15, 6.10, 7.25, 'J.10
and 11.20 p.m.
For I'urvlcw, Waymart and Honesdale
at 7.00, S.25 and 10.10 a.m. ,12.00, 2.20 and 5.18
For Albany. Soratoiia. the Adlrondueka
and .Montreal at 5.45 a.m. and 2.20 p.m.
For WHkeii-BaiTc nnd intermediate
Ints at 7.45, fc.4c, 0.38 and 10.46 u.m., 12.ii5,
i.0. 2.38, 4.00, 5.10, 6.05, .15 and 11.38 p.m. ,
Trains will arrive at Scrunton station
from Carbondulo and Intermediate points
at 7.40, 8.40, !.34 and 10.40 a.m., 12.0O, .Vi;i;sst
S.40. 4.54, 6.55. 7.45. .ll und 11.33 p.m.
From Honesdale, Waymurt ami Far
view at 8.31 a.m., 12.04, 1.17, 3.10, 5.55 and
From Montreal, Saratoga, Albnny, etc.,
at 4.54 and 11.33 p.m. .
From YVllkes-Barre and Intermediate
points at 2.15, 8.04, 10.05 anil ll.nt a.m., l.llij
!.14, 3.2J, 5.10, 6.08, 7
T)cl Lack, and Western.
Traina leave Scrantou as follows: Ex
press lor New York and all points East,
1.40. 1.fiO, 5.15, 8.W and S.Oi u.nt.; 12.S and 3.M
Express for Kaston, Trenton, Philadel
phia and the south, 5.13, SAW and 'J.Ci a.m.,
12.55 and 3 50 p.m.
Washington and way tntionn, 3.55 p.m.
Tobyhunna acc.immodaliou, t. Iu p.ui.
Expre'.is for Binuhninton, Oswetfo, El
mlra, Corning-, Hath, Uansville, Mount
Morris and Buffalo, 12.10, 2. in a.m. and 1.24
p.m., making clo.ie eonnectlons at Uuf
'alo to all polnti! In the West , Northwest
Hath acconiinodutlon, 9 a.m.
HiiH:hiimton and way Ktuttuiis. 12.37 p.m.
Nicholson accommodation, at 4 p.m. and
Hlnghamton and Elrr.lra Express, 6.(4
Express for Cortland, Syracuse. Oswotro
L'tica and Itlehdeld Sprlnes, 2.15 a.m. and
Ithaca, 2.15 and Hath 9 a.m. and 1.21 p.m.
For Northumberland. Plttston, Willies
larre. I'lyinouth, liloomaburif and Dan
nie. tnakliiK close connection at North
nlicrland for Wllllumsport, Hurrlsburg,
alllmore, Washington and the South.
Northumberland und luterinedlulo xta
iiiA, 0.00, 9.55 a.m. and 1.3(1 und 6.07 p.m.
Nuntlcoke and Intermediate stations,
V and 11.20 a.m. Plymouth and inter
Itttte stations. 3.50 and 8.S2 u.ru.
Pullman parlor and sleeping cos
eplug coaches on
til express trains
For detailed information, pocket time
ahlcs, etc.. apply to M. L. Smith, city
Hckot offlco, 32S Lackuwanna aveliue, or
leiot ticket of!l.
Ia tCcct Scpl. ICtli, 1801.
. ir z Stations s
h ii ! i 'Trains Dally, i-1 g- it
J . , Except ,'yiinilay) "1 I ;al"
p ml "ArVlve Leave A m
... 7'A'il . . !.V V f'ranUlinSi .... 7 40....
... 7 !U .... We i:id r?l .... 755....
... 7 01.... Weeliutvlicn ... 8 10....
PHP 111 'Arrive Leave A P M ....
SailTlSj.... 'llamwlt .lilac (Too 8tO ....
8 10 1 (Oi.... Hancock (3 0 . VI II ....
7!Wll,.,.-.G .. Htarlijtht ti 1M SiJ ....
75l-.'10 ... Preston Park Oi; X'31 ....
74"iliW .... Como 08-i a 41 ....
78Sil2a .... Purnielle 040 SJ0 ....
71 1! :s .... IK-lmoiit. 114.) aw ....
7ir; litn .... Pleasant Mt. 0.W SOt) ....
710 fll'-O ... Vniondale PJ.H 300 ....
70S! 11 4'.i a M Fvrsetl'ity 710 l!)ip M
051I1I3I lll'i Carhondale 721 8 .'Hi 5 31
O IH fUJO 0 13 White Bridge 727 r 31 5 37
fl!43. .. fOOi .Mavlleld V 3! f3 ii'M 43
041 11 23 IMO Jeriiiyn 7 31 3 43 5 45
63V II IS 8 57 Archihal.t 740 3 M 551
032 ftllJ 851 Wilitou 7 43 3.M 554
029 11 11 W Peckvilla 74H 3.10 559
0 25 1H'7 8 41 Olyphant 752 4 01 04
6 21 1 11 05 8 41 Plcksou TM 4 07 8 07
61llliW 88i Throop 750 4 10 610
6 14 11 (10 8 30 Providence 8 00 4 14 6 14
fO 13 fli7 8 33 Park Place 802 Cl 17 6 M
610 10 W 8 3.' Scrantou 8 05 4 20 .W
p m a M 'A MiL?ave Arrive a n p m p m
All trains run dolly except Hunilav.
f. alanines tltut trains stop on signal for pas
seiwrs. Secure rates via Ontario A Western before
Surchusinjr tickets and save money. Duyanil
igot Impress to the West.
J. (.'. Andertop, ((en. Pas. Agt,
I. Fll'.Toft, Dlv. Pass. Agt., Scrantou, Pa.
Eric und Wyoming Valley.
Trains leave Scranton for New York
and Intermediate nolnls on tho Kile rail
road nt 0.35 a.m. nnd ,124 p.m. Also for
Honesdale, Iluwley and local points at
8.1'.. 9.4i a.m.. and 3.H u.m.
All tho above are through trains to and
An additional train leaves Scranton for
Lake Ariel ut M0 p. m. and arrives at
Scranton from tha Lake at 7.45 p.m
TCBins leave for Wllkca-Barre at t.V) a.
in, uu a. ii v ". ',,;
Champion Middle-Weight of the World,
Now Matched to Fight
James J. Corbett.
For a S4L00J Puiw and 110,000 Stake,
and Bib Own
COMEDY AND SPECIALTY CO.
Including HOWLKV & DOYLE, the F1TZ
HIBtlONS FAMILY nnd nu,ny others.
BOB FITZSiMMONS willapresrln ltt-t
(treat Bad Pum hluK uceur, and display ot the
Munlv Art with hid ciimrmiil.in D9m
Sale of seats Monday. Kegaiar price
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
uesaay and Wednesday.
NOVEMBER 13 AND 14
WILLARD SPENSER'S OPERA CO.
The f Iriginsl Organization Direct from tho
Bread Stieet ThoHler.PliiUdehihis,
THE PRINCESS BQNHIE
By the Author of ' The Lit lie Tycoun."
70 PEOPLE, including an Augruente.1
Orcncstia. PRK'tS-First Y loor, $140 and f 1;
Bulcouy, l, 75c., slid fiUe.: (tiillei. ir:
Sal,; of seats opens Saturday, Nov. la
A CADKMY OF MUSIC.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18,
A Notalilo Drniuatlc Event, Engagement
of the Distinguished ActreJS,
MISS KATE CLJkXTON,
And the Celebrated Tiajcdieime,
Supported by a Selected Company of Players,
in a Grand Revival of
The Two Orphans.
Special Scenery and Accessories,
seats opens Wednesday, Nov. li,
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday,
NOVEMBER 12, 13 AND 14
THE CHAKMINO COMEDIENNE,
In tho leantitu! ComeUy-Drsuia
Supported by a Powerful Company, and tha
Favorite Ciiinedians, Richards and Kawson.
ADMISSION, 10, 20 OR 30 CENTS
Two performances dallyat2.30and8.lCp.nl.
But so far behind in the
race when it comes to
selling standard goods,
at low prices, that they
are not -worth consider
ing as competitors.
DON'T TAKE MY WORD
For it. Compare the va
ues I offer in Diamonds,
Watches, Jewelry and Sil
verware, with what you
can get elsewhere and be
guided thereafter by your
C W. FREEMAN
CORNER PENN AND SPRUCE.
CLEARING SALE OF
X Child's Bicycle, Rubb-r Tiro, nsw
A (. hild'a Bicycle, ituboer Tire, naw 10
A Boy's Bicycle, Rubber Tlr, new 1
A Boy's Bicycle, Rubber Tire, new J
4 Boys' or Oirls' Bicycle Cushion Tire,
new 00 down to
I Youth's Bicycla, Pneumatic Tire.new.. 8
8 Victor B Bicycles, Pneumatic Tire.aac
1 Victor B Bicyclo, Pnaumstlo Tire, nsw
1 Becttre B cycle, Pneumatlo Tire, so-ond-band
1 Lovel Diamond Blayclek Bolld Tire,
1 Ladles' Bicycle, Solid Tire, second
band 3 Victor A Bicycles, Solid Tire, sacona
1 Victor C Bicyo lis In. cushion Tl
IViotorB Bioyolt, m In. Cushion TIM, '
1 Columbian ti Bicycle, Pnsumatlo Tire, 8
1 Cbalnless Bicycle, Pnsunuitlo Tirs,
naarly new w
Come Early for Bargains
Lawu Tenuis Racquets at a
count of one-third rot
J. D. WILLIAMS 5 BRO.
314 LACKAWANNA AVE.
Yes . sir I Wo
have a specialist
here to fit you w ho
does nothing else.
Sit right down
and have your
eyes fitted in a
429 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.