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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 25 May 1894

JHJS SUKANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. MAY L5, 18JI4. FOR ONE WEEK Wc will sell our entire stock of New aud Stylish TRIMMED HATS at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Come and see them at NEWMAN'S 303 SPRUCE STREET. DON'T Havo your COLI.AKS stun hod In tho old way, when you can havo thorn done with soft, pliable Buttonholes tor TWO CENTS EACH. Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue We are showing new designs in printed IRISH LAWNS, JACONET, DIMITY and PONGEE. 415 Lacka. Avenue. BARGAIN NO 3. We Will Offer for a Few Days Fine Moquette Rugs at $2 oo. These Rugs Have Never Been Sold for less Than $3.00. Williams & McAniilty 127 Wyoming Ava CITY NOTES, Two canon of diphtheria were reported to tho board of health yestnrduy. 'J he eloquent Samuel Dickie will Tocturo at the Frothinghaiu theater tonight. A picuic will be held on June 31! by tho St. John German Catholic Beneticlal so ciety. The case of Vf. T. Jenkins, ennrped by Rev. F. A. Dony with keeping hie h...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 25 May 1894

I r THE SCflAlsTON TIJJTiTjNE -FlilPAY MORNING. MAY 25, 18!)4. HOW THE PUBLIC IS BEWARE OF FRAUDS. For The Sake Of Profit They Sacrifice Principal, Health, Etc. Will Wisrrapuleus dealers aro tryins to sell or- Masry Glauber Salt or a mixture of soidiitz Powdtr ;is "Artificial Carlsbad Halt," "Spru Aai Salt," "German suit," or "improved Carlsbad Salt," and under other similar lmiuos. Tin) Natural Remedies of Carlsbad Cannot lie intimated. "What Xuturo niakos.niuii cannot improve." Artidci.il made wihes will never roplaco tho natural juice of the grapes. Neither can tho natural watcrsof Carlsbad, nor the Carlsbad Bprodol Salt be rcplacod by tho cheap substi tutes offerod to a Btiileloss public for tho sake of tho larger i'oflt mado theroou, by these uu- aorupulous dealers, Koono would buynrtifloi.il wines knowing ly. Why buy tho imitations of tho Carlsbad products, when your health is at stake? The Oarlabad Sprudel Waters are n specific for all diaaaaes of the stomach, liver and kid n...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 25 May 1894

THE SCRAlON TRlBTOE-FtttbAT MOftttlttG, MAT 23, 1894. DRESS AND FASHION. THE LATEST STYLES IN BONNETS, GOWNS AND MANTLES. The Complexion Veil Startling Shapes In Millinery Sunburned Ktrnws Populari ty of Checked Silks and Moire Antique. Rome of the Smart Summer Wraps. Tho comnlexion veil ia a novelty you Wtiy not have head unont. It is of pale J)iuk Russian net, sprinkled with bluek epots and very becoming to a pule com plexion. There menu to be a groat f iincy for white' spots and hico borders just now, but all black veils are much pret tier. For wearing with largo hats the double width Froneh nets, which are gathered under tho chin, aro very Smart Some of the new bonnets have A BTY1I8H KBW II.vT. immensely wide st rings cd;id with laep, which, when tied, form the fashionable ecarf. A new model hail brood green moiro strings and black ros' S under the brim. On nearly everything everything in tho shape of a bonnet, that is docs ono Bee tho glint and sparkle of spangles. A charming t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 25 May 1894

8 THE FCTRAlNTCSr TRIBTTtfE -FRIDAY MOIOTN-G. MAT 25, 1894. GORMAN'S Ladies' Shirt Waists The large assortment of La dies' Waists wo are showing is attracting much attention. The garments are unsur passed In Quality and Fit In Variety of Design In Tasteful Colorings In Workmanship & Finish In Moderation of Prices and cannot fail to appeal to every taste and purse. Tailor-Made Suits From the most renowned cus tom taiiors. Our ability to obtain tho proper styles, cloths and shapes are un equalled. Chenille Table Cover Excellent quality. One and a half yards square, Heavy ball fringe, AT $1.19 EACH It is almost Incredible that Such goods can bo offered at the price. BULLET-PROOF COAT TEST. Herr Dowj Dsaiss ThHt tho Cuirass Con tains Either Iron or SteeL London, May IU The Times, com menting ou yesterday's test of Dowe's lulioi-proot ' C0ftt,snid that Ilerr Dowe's man.iKer Ueniert that the cuirass con taiutd eithr iron or stool plutes. Tb qucutiou, however, remains unsolved whether ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 26 May 1894

SOCIAL GOSSIP Of Musicians on page four. And Personal News oa page seven. a ? T TUTflT EIGHT PAGES 5 G COLUMNS, SCRANTON. PA.. SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 26, 1894. TWO CENTS A COPY. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SCRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER nxr m a m a m m m msmsammmmi imTs j . m m m m m m m m STRUGGLE OF EARNERS Various Notes of Movements of toe Army of the Discontented. MOBS CHECKED BY THE ELEMENTS The Bloody Affray at Stickle Hollow Liable to Be Repeated at Any Mo mentRiot at Homestead Dep uties Battle with Miners in Colo radoAn Illinois Sheriff Persuades Strikers to Disperse Peaceably. Indiana Strikers Hold Up a Coal Train. Connellsville, Pa., May 25. THE cold, ceaseless rain of lait night and this morning doubt less prevented, for a time ut least, a repitition of yesterday's bloody sffruy at tuu Washington mints In Stickle Hollow. The strikers wero folly determined to avenge tliosa of their fellows who fell in yesterday's battle with the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 26 May 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MOUNINGr. MAT ii6, 1894. BASE BALL "Our Pets" Have Relumed from Their Swing Arouud tiie Circle. SWIFT IS STILL IN COMMAND After Listening to His Explanation of What Had Occurred on the Trip, the Stockholders Tell Him to Go Ahead and Strengthen the Club. Scranton Again Goes to the Foot of the List. Mart Swift and bis sturdy tombs, who carry iiflont, or at least attempt to carry aloft, the colon of Scrnnton ID the bate ball world returned to tbia eity yesterday after their tint swing arouud the circle. Brass bands did not proclaim their return nor did the populace hani; gar lands of roses about the necks of the returning warriois. Not a flowor was strewn in their pathway. They came unheralded and unsung and at once retired to the peaceful seclusion of their boarding placfs. After Manager Swift had been inter viewed by several directors concerning the somewhat hazy work of the club -while absent from the city be was found by a TRIBUNE reporter. "Well, the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 26 May 1894

THE 8CKANTON TBIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 20, 18i4. 3 Lacisum All Things Musical STELLE&SEELEY 134 Wyoming Ave. HIGH GNAOLO P WEBEB, SHAW, BMKK10N, OT1IICK MAKES ALL rnicis Sco the Shaw Piano from the World's Fair in our window. GOOD BREAD -USE THE FLOUR And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB SALE TO 'HIE TRADE BY The Weston 111 Co, EE! ARB OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE RFWUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G.. B. & Co., Imprinted nn Enoh O'lW. Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. LUUIi'l HIIUMi MJt, A kK. DR. H. B. WARE RPRCtAMrVX. EYE, EAB, NOSE AND THROAT. 35 Wyoming AVE. TOMORROW'S CHURCH SERVICES. Saint poke's Church Roy. Ropers Israel rector. First Suuday after Trinity: Holy Communion, 8 n. m.; service and ser mon, 10.80 a. m.; Sunday school and Bible class, 8.80 p. m. ; evening prayr and sermon, 7.U0 p. m. Nursery open at 10 a. m. at 325 Washington avenue, where chil dren will be kindly cared for while par ents attend service. Saint Luke's Dujcmore Mission Rov. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 26 May 1894

THE SCRANTON TR UiU NTZ S A.T Ul II A X MOKJNIJNC. MAY tfU, 1894. FUBUSHCO DAI LY IN SCRANTON, PA.. Y THE Thibune Publishing Company. C. P. KINGSBURY, GENERA ' MANAOEN. tftrw York Office : Tribune Ouiiuinq. Frank. CiNAV, MANAOCR. Kntereo at tmc poTorricc AT scranton. pa., ar SECOND' CLASS MAIL MATTEH. SCRANTON. MAY 28, 1894. "' REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor: DAN IK L H. HASTINGS, Of ClONTKIl. For i ,ieui Qovtrnort WALTER 1V'ON OrAbltTCMKT. For Auditor General: AMOS K. SIYUS, or l.ANCASTKIt. For Secretary of Rental Affair: JAUB8 W. I, ATT A, (iK PHILADlLPBIAi For OoftgygilJWW -a - xt rtff ; OALU8HA A.OROW, OF ItMQVBHANWA. QEORGE T. HL'FF, Or V, KSTMUIiKl.ANU. Election Time, MoT. (I The REPUBLICAN district attorney hip handicap entry book ia Btill operi, and snfflcieiit natnos are already In scribed npon it, not io mention those coming, to make the content replete with interest. One Candid Speach. With tlie lesson of Homestead, of Connellnville and of Centralis staring tbem fu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 26 May 1894

5 FOR ONE WEEK We will sell our entire stock of New and Stylish TRIMMED HATS at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Come and see them at NEWMAN'S 303 SPRUCE STREET. IDOU'T Have your COLLAKS Btarrhi'd in tho olil ray, when you can have them done with Boft, pliable Buttonholes for TWO CENTS EACH. Lackawanna "THE LAUNDRY Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue We are showing new designs in printed IRISH LAWNS, JACONET, DIMITY and PONGEE. Mill 415 Lacka. Avenue. CARPET! BARGAIN NO 3. We Will Offer for a Few Days Fine Moquette Rugs at $2 oo. These Rugs Have Never Been Sold for less Than $3.00. lams k Mchnulty IT Wyoming Ava ALARM FRIGHTENED CORDON. HoJumpod on HI Clock to Driva Out Evil f pint . Charles Gordon, of Benton, came to tho city Thursday to see the circus and have a good time generally. The steady down pour of rain affected Mr. Gordon's spirits to such an extent that he found it neces sary toreflort to stimulants to rovive them. After RettiiiR thoroughly wet on the in aide it ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 26 May 1894

THR FCIfAINTCnv T-RTBUF-FATUKPAY MORNING. MAT 26, 1894. &HUKE n St Hip $ V 11 PJd standby Oao dozen of the genuine JO II ANN HOFF'S MALT EX IKACT Rives as mucli strength ind nourishment as :i cask of alo, without being intoxicating. It is highly bene fieial tor use at meal time lor convalescents, weak chil dren and ladies, and as a general tonic for the weak and debilitated. Iimiat upon the genuine JOIIANN Horr'a. which must have tho signature of "JOUA.NN Holt" on tho neck lubol. Eisner & Mendolson Co., Solo Agonts, Now York. LAMP SHADLS. Tretly ntlci In Which Artistic Xeedls work Furnishes the Decoration. A pieco of pink f.uriih 17 inches square, buttonholed with silk of a slight ly darker pink and worked with sprays of forguttumots in old bluo with olivo leaves, is a quickly made and beautiful lamp shade that was originally designed for Tho Modern PriaoilUk Repeat tho design around the center holoaud finish With a fall of lace, if it is desirable to mm SILK LAMP SHAPES. Tn...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 26 May 1894

THE SCRAEPTOK YRIBTJITE-SATUKDAT 1 RNTNTG, MAT 2C, 1894. The.members of the New York Coal fxclmngp, who arrived in thin city Thursday night on a tight-seeing xrje oMtion, enjoyed a ride over the Moosic mountain to Honesdale yesterday nnd, although thu weather was far from pleasant, the visitors expressed thein pelven as deliKhted with the tfrwid weep of mountain and valley, clothed in the deepest Kroni which wag pre sented to their view as the cars sped over the mountains on the trip to and from the lovely capital of Wayne. The discomfitures caused by the threat ening skies and raw atmosphere were forgotten in contemplatiou of the mn jtsiio sweep of landscape that met the iaze at every turn. The party left this city on its sppcial train at 8 a. m. and at Carbondalo was transferred to tho cravity cars. Mr. McMullen, of the Delaware and Hudson oomp&ny, there took charge of the excursionists and accompanied them to Honesdule and return. At Farview, 0:1 the rstnrn trip, lunch was se...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 26 May 1894

THE RCEANTON TKTBFNE-SATURDAT MORNTN'GK MAY 26, 1894. Beecham's pills are for 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. Book free; pills 25c. At drugstores.or write B.F.Allen Co., 365 Canal St., New York. GORMAN'S Ladies' Shirt Waists Tho large assortment of La dies' Waists we are showing is attracting much attention. The garments are unsur passed In Quality and Fit In Variety of Design In Tasteful Colorings In Workmanship & Finish In Moderation of Prices and cannot fail to appeal to every taste and purse. lailor-Made Suits From the most renowned cus tom taiiors. Our ability to obtain the proper styles, cloths and shapes are un equalled. faille Table Cover Excellent quality. One and a half yard3 square, Heavy ball fringe, AT $1.19 EACH It is almost incredible that such...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 May 1894

FO!t THE BEST PAGE OV SPOUTING XtiWS TURN T11IS LEAP. SOMETHING OP INTEREST TO WOMEN WILL BE PRINTED TOMORROW EIGHT PAGES 5 G COLUMNS. SCRANTON. PA.. MONDAY MORNING. MAY 28, 1SD4. TWO CENTS A COPY. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SCRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER CKED ft A Baltimore and Ohio Train Brought to a Sudden Standstill. SHOCKING DEATH OF TRAINMEN Without a Moments' Warning an En gine Dashes Into a Landslide and Is Thrown From a Track Narrow Escape of Express Messenger Stahl. Engineer and Fireman Instantly Killed The body of the Former Al most Entirely Consumed by Fire. Cumberland, lid.. May 27. n BOUT 3 o'clock thii morning one M of the most ilisiiBtrous Wtfckl til known in V.t liwtory of tli" B.il- U U tiinoro mid Obio ruilrosd, 01-i-urrad near Pine Grove, two and one hiilf milts c ast of Rockwood. Pa, on the rPittstrarg divinion of tlmt roaI. Tbe Ill-fated train Wal the New York and Pitlsbnrc expr-s which left kbit place at 1.80 tbitf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 May 1894

TOE SCIiANTON TRIBUNE MONDAY M OTWrNTGr. 51AY 28, 1894. BASE. i cama foam Bon Games of On Week Affected of the Clubj. Standing OUR POSITION NOT CHANGED We Are in Seventh Place, Where We Wera One Week Aro, but Our Per centage Is Higher Scranton Took Two Games from Reading Satur dayResult of Other Games Played. Ball Notes. -gl 11 K State leapno men Jil during tbe pimf Wflak wan chiefly notablo for the defeats nil ministt'reil to tlio Hnrriibnrg club, wli03 t)ereenta;,'3 fell off. 12 1. Alk'u town still hohiuBKC ond pUe and by u belter lunrpin than a wotfk aco. Hnzloton lost (jruunJ, hut i still in third i.lacf. Altooaa was ptuhiog it nurd for th- pluce rmtll tbe club met Kmc: Kelly's men at Allentown on Saturday and lost two ffarasi, Ilnzlctou at the same titan defeated PotUTillt, which ma terially widened the trap wbicli now separates tbe clubs. Eitton climbed up from tlghth to sixth place during the week nnd PottsvilU dropped from sixth to tail end. Sernuton is agftlo in e Tenth pos...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 May 1894

TIJE SCIf ANTON TRIBUNE MONDAY MOENING. MAY 28, 1894. Lacisum All Tilings Mnsieal STELLE&SEELEY 134 Wyoming Ave. HIGH QRADB PIANOS WEBER, SHAW, KMEItSOX, OTBXB MAKES ORGANS ALL TRICE See the Shaw Piano from the World's Fair in our window. A Foe to Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD -USE THE And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB SALE TO THE TRADE BY The Weston 111 Co, LEU? ARB OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE 6EHUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G., B. & Co, (morlntmi nn Eimh C'flar. Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. I.OUHY HOI .; BUUAi.ll DR. H. B. WARE BPECIAUHT. EYE. EAIt, NOSE AND THROAT. '35 WYOMING AVE. PERSONAL. Miss Julia Allen spent yesterday at Marathon, N. Y. Attorney H, C, Jessup, of Montrose, was in the city Friday. Mr Tbotnai Parrott has returned from a visit at Brooklyn. Mr. and Mrs. K B. Stillwell spent yes terday in New York. Mayor V). L. Connell returned Saturday from a trip to Pittsburg. T. A. Durkin and 3. F. Cracy, of Pitts ton, wore here yesterday Mr. and Mrs. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 May 1894

4 TIIE ECTiATiTiiN TKUiUJNK-MOXDAY MOIttTINtt. MAY 28, 18. PUBLISHED DAILY IN Scm.lTON, PA., BY THE Thioune Publishing Company. E. P. KINGSDURY, GENERAL MANAGER. Nrw York OrptcE : Tribune Builoino. Frank 3. Gray. Manager. ENTERED AT THE ROBTOFFICE AT ACnANTON. FA.. A3 SCUAKTON. MAY C8, 1SW. REPUBLICAN state ticket. For G'ovrraor: DA.NIF.L II. HASTINGS, or on tkh, Fbf I.imtciinut I! mrrttor,' WALTKB L.YOK, Of 1ZjKOKB"T For Auditor SM ml: AMOS K. JIYUN, OF tiANOAtMR. Fbf Secretary of It rnnl Affairs: JAKES W. I. ATT A, 01 riiiL-XDm.i'iiiA. For ConrjT'Sxnirti-at-I.tinir: GALUKHA A. tllloW or USQU'HANNA. Q BO BOB T, Hl'FF, Ol' vrsTMlH!l'.t.AND. Election Time, WT. ft Except that it would robPonnsyl vnnin of an iniomjmraule editor, tbere aro those who would b Trillin somo tiny to fwluto him S.mator Charles Emory Smith. Cheap Street Cleaning. The city of Troy. N. Y., llko the city of Scranton, sweep its streets grand mother fahion. The rnnulta there, hs well as here, are unsatisfactory. Th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 May 1894

THE SCTiANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY MORNING, MAY 28, 181)4. 5 FOR ONE WEEK "We will sell our cntiro stock of New aud Stylish TRIMMED HATS at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Come aud sec them at NEWMAN 303 SPRUCE STREET. DON'T Hnvo your COLLARS ntnrrlird in tlio old WHY, whim yon can have tliuin (UM with soft, pliable Buttonholoa for TWO CENTS EACH. Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY NorrmanA Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue We are showing new design9 in printed IRISH LAWNS, JACONET, DIMITY and PONGEE. HEMES 415 Lacka. Avenue. CARPETS BARGAIN NO 8. We Will Offer for a Few Days Fine Moquette Rugs at $2 00. These Rug3 Have Never Been Sold for less Than S3. 00. illiams & 127 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. Laurel Hill park will bn formnlly opened to the public on Decoration Day. St. Pnnl's Pioneer Corp will meet at its nrinory this eveuins at 7.30 to mnke ar rangomonts for tha Decoration day par ade. The Knights Templar returned Satnrday niuht from their week's jannt to Pitts burg, Baltimore, Washington and O...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 May 1894

0 THE FCRAXTOIN" TT?TTTT?v!P- MONT AT . MORNING. MAY 28, 18!)4. HOW II PUBLIC M BEWARE OF FRAUDS. For Tha Sako Of Profit They Will Sacrifice Principal, Health, Etc. Unscrupulous dealers are trying to soil or dinary Glauber Salt or a mixture of Beidttti Powder as "Artificial C"nrlsb;i(t Salt," "Spru dol Snlt," "Herman Suit," or "improved Carlsbad S.tlt," and under other similar UUWW The Natural Remedies of Carlsbad canu t lm Intimated. "What Nature inakes.man cannot improvo." Artificial made wines will never roplaoe tho liiituml juice of the crapes. Nolthe- can the natural waters of Carlsbad, nor the Carlsbad Sprudel Salt be replaced hy tho cheap substi- 1 11 tee offered ton miHikm public for tho sake of tho larger profit made thereon, by thoso un lerupttloui dealers, No one would buy artificial wines knowing ly. tVhy buy the imitations of tho Carlsbad products, when your health is at sinker The Carlabad sprudel Waters are a specific for all diseases of tho stomach, liver and kid ney...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 May 1894

THE SCH ANTON TKIBTTfMOtf DAT? CORNING ? !8,v1894; THE INVALID'S WRAP AN IMPROVEMENT ON THE OLD FASH IONED NIGHTINGALE. it Provides an Additional Wrap and I Dressy In Kffoct Is Easily Slipped, on Over the Nightdress Iirertlons For Mak ing a Pretty One. Invalids 'hiring tho convalescent stage icquir' 11 light wrap to bo thrown over tho nightdress when tho tempera turo of tho room fall.-! a little Wow the proper point, or to pnt on when receiv ing a visitor. Tho nightingale, fusil- 7 US, ) M enowiN'o folds for cuns and collar. iar (loubth ss to most readers was de vised to meet this want. Following is the description of an improved oightin galo by a correspondent of Tho Country Gentleman: It is very easily adjusted, and that in one of its chief recommendations, and ns its color can be chosen to rait the es pecial one to wenr it, it can lx made a very becoming Wrap indeed. When tho dressing must needs be of the very sim plest kind possible to rait the poor little strength of the sick b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 May 1894

1 THE SCKAKfOPr TKIBTTNTE MONDAY MORNTN-G, MAY 28, 1894. GORMAN'S BRAND DEPOT Ladies' Shift Waists The larpo assortment of La dies' Waists we are showing is attracting much attontion. The garments are unsur passed In Quality and Fit In Variety of Design In Tasteful Colorings In Workmanship & Finish In Moderation of Prices and cannot fail to appeal to every taste and purso. Tailor-Made Suits From the most renown.'d cus tom taiiors. Onr ability to obtain the proper styles, cloths and shapes are un equalled. A Chile Table Com Excellent quality. One and a half yards square, Heavy ball fringe, AT $1.19 EACH It is almost incredible that such goods can be offered at the price. CAKBOXDALE. A gama of base boll will bo played thin morning at 9 o'clock on tbe Simp son grounds between the Venue club and tho Dirty Di zen, botli clubs from this place. Datterioj, for former club, Vun Dnrmnrk and Carpenter; latter club, Warner and Cbaae. An inter esting; game itoxpected. Eighteen trains of coal...

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