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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 31 May 1894

1 1HE SCRANTON TlUJilJJN Jfi-THUKSDAY MORNING, MAY SI, 1894. FOR ONE WEEK "We will sell our entire stock ol New and Stylish TRIMMED HATS at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Come and see them at NEWMAN'S 303 SPRUCE STREET. DON'T ITrvo your COM.AliS starched in tho old way, when you can hnve thom done with soft, tillable Buttonholes for TWO 0ENT8 KAC'H. Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue We are showing new designs in printed IRISH LAWNS, JACONET, DIMITY and PONGEE. BUS t MI 415 Lacka. Avenue. CARPETS BARGAIN NO 3, We Will Offer for a Few Day3 Fine Moquette Rugs at $2 09. These Rugs Have Never Been Sold for less Than $3.00. Mil 'iS7 Wyoming A v CITY NOTES. The new rooms of the Rowing club on Spruce street will be formally opened this evening. The Pine Brook Accidental Fund has de cided to run its annual excursion on July 18 to Lake Ariel. Bauer's baud will give an open air con cert tomorrow evening nt8 o'clock in frout of the Westminster. The Home for th...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 31 May 1894

THE SCT AKTOIT Tltir.NE-TIIUKSDAY MORNING. IA 31, 18iH. S OF The Farmer' Dairy Despatch now runs witibule refrigtrutor ora on the Lehigh Valley road of o new and el put OiFBifn in transferring mill; from the Genuine country to Nw York, Newark and Philadwlpliia. The Farm er's Dairy Diptob, whleh ii coinposid principally of Scranton cupltaliits, it rapidly gaiuing biisinods untler inau iiRi'inent of A. P. Bedford, thron.;h WttOM eixor Ih the company wus or Kimiz. 1, and promises to bo one of tho most valuable milk lines iu the coun try. Frosident Joseph S. Hirris, of tho R' inline railroad, has returned to Phil, mltlpliin from ;i trip to the coal regions, whre lio wont toiutpsot the coudition of the flooded collieries. He reported that by the end of the week all of them will be pumped out. The temporary structure to replace the wrecked Mua cr bridge has also been completed, and tho company is about ready to resums tirafflo over its own lines to Williams port. It is cenerally understoo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 31 May 1894

TIIE SCRAlNTOT TUTBTTOJ TTTTTIt S D AT MORNING, MAY 31, 1894; TfiE Gdiu:ne , QirS Qldndby One dozen of the KOiuiino JO HANN HOPP'S MALT EX TRACT gives as much strength and nourishment as a cask of ale, without being Intoxicating. H i highly beneficial for use at meal time for convalescents, weak chil dren and ladies, ami as :i general louic for (ho weak and debilitated. lusiet upon the genuine JOHAMM lion's, which matt bapathaaiirnatura of "JOHAMN Bon on the nock label. Eisner & McndolKon Co., Sole Afrcnt, New York. EASILY MADE SCREENS. These Conveniences Can lie Concocted at Home at Small Kipciw. Nothing li more generally utsfu than a screen. Thero was a time when oreeni wcro costly, tint happily they can he had at tho present for a comparatively small sum when elaborate and for very little mouey indeed if you chooso to cui- SCKF.KN OK TF.A C1IIST MATTING). piny your irisuro time and do-a little work yourself. Bamboo frames and wooden frames aro offered by every di al er, and a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 31 May 1894

THE SCB ANTON TRTBTTNE TIITTTlSDAT MORNTNG. MAT?1 31,' 1894 tBeecham'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 iir ! The Fan senson is notv upon ns, nnd we are showing these artistic and prot ty articles in the most beauti ful patterns nod colorings. Fans from lc. to $7.50 Each, SILKS mat Look Well, SILKS That Wear Grandly, SILKS That Even Wash When required. This, in brief, is the story of the Foremost Lino of American-made Figured In dia Silks. If tho designs were not so exception ally sprightly, the quality alone would Bell thorn. Then, :igain. oven if the quality were not of such superior excellence, the stylos alone would quickly compel purchase?. WIDTH 22 INCH...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 1 June 1894

Fo;: thi; BEST PAG i . OP SPORTING NtSWS TURN THIS IiK '1 YOU WILL BG INTERESTED IN "THIS PACE OP ROSEXFEL." A.UMtlV EIGHT PAGES--5G COLUMNS. SCRANTON. PA.. FRIDAY MORNING. JUNE 1, 1894. TWO CENTS A COPY. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SGRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER in wsm i mi ism jbm in in in bb n sw cz -um. -luiwiNum' w 'l it . r r 'i tt ii i r sir -i inu ah i im tax in ikd iih m ibm m CONCERNING THE SHE Labor Leaders Are Indignant at Governor Pattison's Proclamations. SCOTTDALE IMPORTS AUSTR1ANS Train Service Delayed for Want of Fuel Strikors at Danville Refuse to Allow Coal to Be Mined for Use of St. Elizabeth Hospital, Where Patients Are Suffering for Fuel. The Situation at Cripple Creek. SCOTTDALE, P., May 31. LABOR leaders are very indignant over the proclamation issued by Governor Pattison yesterday. They believe it the duty of Gov ernor Pattison to issue another pro clamation directing it exclusively to the coke oporators and compe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 1 June 1894

TtTE SCTR ANTON TJIBUNE-FRIDAY MORNING. JUNE 1, 1894. ASE BALL Pluvius Prevents the Only Scheduled La?ue Game Yesterday. POSITIONS THEREFORE UNCHANGED King Kelly's Peanutters, Howaver, Take Two Exhibition Games from Kicker Witman's Snurkraut Mun chers Results of Various National and Eastern League Games Inter esting and Pertinent Comment on the National Game. ,AIN prevented the only lobtdultu Slate League gnmo yes terday that ot Al tonna and Scrunton. In consequence I hero it no change in the Tieicrntage column of any ot the. clubs from that of yesterday. '1 he following table givei the pr Ctitagos of the dubf. together with tiio number of games won and lost by Mb, and their standing la the ohjun- pioiehip race: Won. Lost, Per C't. .80 .7 ,M.r .475 .45'J ,408 .!,'()0 ,878 l.'arrisburg. Allen to wo.. Haaleton . . Altoonn Reading...) Scran ton.., Baston Potts TiHe., 17 14 13 10 J II 8 10 11 11 111 14 13 RCIIT'PUI.E FOR TODAY. AltooTia nt Bcranton, Beading at Allentown, Jlnriisburg at ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 1 June 1894

I THE SClf ANTON TKIBUNE FRIDAY MOBNXNG. JUNE 1, 1894. 3 Lacisum All Things Musical STELLE&SEELEY 134 Wyoming Ave. HIGH CKAUli PIANOS WEBER, SHAW, r.JUCRSON, OTUKU MAKES ALL TRICE See tho Shaw Piano from the World's Fair in our window. II Foe to Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD USE THE And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO THE TRADE BY The Weston Mill Co, EEWARB OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE BENUINE POPUMK Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G.. B. 8c Co., Imnrlntsrt nn Ench C'onr. Garney, Brown & Co. Hit's. IOUHT IKilM. suiAJ.t DR. H. B. WARB SPECIALIST. EYE, EAB, NOSE AND THBOAX. 4VU UVWMV 23) TO tv& f k 135 WYOMING AVE. PERSONAL. Dr. G. E. Hill returned home last eve ning from n visit to Florida and the west. Chauncey II. Derby, local editor of the Plymouth Tribune was in the city last evening. Attorney C. II. Soper has gone to Salem, New Jersey, on legal business. lie will re turn Juno 2. Ex-Stale Sonator Delos Rockwell, of Troy, a lending member of the Bradford county bar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 1 June 1894

1 THE SCItANTON TEIUTOE-FIUDAY MOHNINCJ. JTj;NE 1, 189 1. 9e cranfon trt8tme Published daily im Scranton, Pa., dy The Tribune Publishing Company. K, P. KINGSBURY, GCNCHAL MANAOCn. N'W YOflK Orricr ! TRIBUNE BUILOINO. FRANK 3. Chav, Manager. IHTIKIO AT THE POSTPPriCC AT mctlANTON, NUi tCOND-CLA&a MAIl MATTER. ECRAKTON. JUNE 1. ISM. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. for QoVtfHOrt DANIEL H. HASTINGS, OV CKNTKIl. For Umdnanl 0 vtrn ir WALTER LYON, Ol' AM.FdIIKNV. J or Avrlitor (iau-nil: AMOS Jl. MYLIIli OK I.ANI'AKTI'.r.. Fin Serrrtimt of Wetwj AjMfti JAMES W. LATTA, or PBILADBLPMA. For Conir santrit-tit- l.t ! GALU8HA a!iR'W, or BUSQtTHIIANllA. GEORGE T. BUF7, Of vi:stmohi:lAND. Flection Time, N"V. (I Bt Tiir. time tho snto committee osptnrss "Holland" it will be ready to in ike its retiring how in fitvor of ft Kj- inblirim administration. The Lesson of tiie Strike. It is possible to bare i gunerui strike oftlie tiiiiRiiitU'la of tliat now oxper ltDOfd in the bitnininons co;l regions withou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 1 June 1894

THE SCTiANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. JUNE 1. 1894. FOR ONE WEEK We will sell our entire stock of New and Stylish TRIMMED HATS at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Come and see tliein at 303 SPRUCE STREET. TJOM'T Hvo your COLLARS stftrohed in tho old Vay, when you i:m havo thnm done with soft, tillable Buttonholes for TWO CENTS EACH. Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue We are showing new designs in printod IRISH LAWNS, JACONET, DIMITY and PONGEE. 415 Lacka. Avenue. CARPETS BARGAIN NO We Will Offer for a Few Days Fine Moquette Rugs at $2 00. These Rugs Have Never Been Sold for Less Than $3.00. Williams k ilnultf '27 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. A regular monthly raeotine of tho man agers of the Home for the Friendless will be held thin morning at !.80. Mary FitzpamcK was yesterday pro nounced insane oy a jury or six men. The evidence was taken boforo Judge Schuy lor. Tbo patrons and pupils of tbo dancing academy of J, Frank Seigel last night en joyed the clo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 1 June 1894

G THE SCKAKTCXN TEIBTJNE- FRIDAY MOB27ENG. JUNE 1, 1894. AND- 7VBOLIT Much a there muy in certain quar ters be a tendency to ridicule the ef fort! that progressive women are mak ing to inform ;themolvcR with refer ence to current questions In which men once monopolizuit the lntereit, it is not to tie denied that that activity la vindi cating lteelf lu mnny directions. Not ably Is this true in the opposition that baa been engendered to the campaign of Representative W. C. P. Breckin ridge for re-eleatlon. Wore it not for the militant role assumed by emanci pated womau in this tight, I fear the naughty Kentuckian would have com parn lively a clear field. Your average man may be fully as devoted to high mot A Ideas as is the modern woman, but he is less accustomed to weiring a chip on his shonlder. He mi'ht not taku much stock in Breckinridge after r. cent revelations, but he would con tent himself with a slum: of t.ha shonl der and periiapa a dudainful smile. Not so your militant weak...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 1 June 1894

m Hi t toe scnxsttm TRrarryE-VRTftAr morning-, june i, 1894. ! HOW THE PUBLIC IS IMPOSED UPON BEWARE OF FRAUDS. For The Sake Of Profit Thoy Will Sacrifice Principal, Health, Etc. c'nsrrupnlons dealers oro trying to sell or dinal y (Haulier Salt or a mixture of Soidlltz Powder as "Artificial Carlsbad Suit," "Spru dol Salt," "German Suit," or "Improved C'arli-bud Salt," and under other similar Dames, The Natural Remedies of Carlsbad Cannot be intimated. "What Nature makes.man cannot improve." Artificial made Win OS will never replace the natural juice of the crapes. Neither OU tho natural waters of Carlsbad, nor tho Carlsbad Bprudcl Salt be replaced by tho cheap substi tutes offered to a guileless public for tho sake f tho largor profit made thcroon, by these uu nrrnpulons doalers. No one would buy artificial wines knowinit ly. Why buy the imitations of the Carlsbad products, when your health Is nt stake! The Carlsbad Sprudel Waters are a spoclfic for all diseases of the stomach, live...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 1 June 1894

THE RCRANTON TRIBTTNT3 FRIDAY MOROTNGk JUNE 1, 1894. GORMAN'S 1UM DEPOT JUNE and The Month of Koscs Weddings. The beginning of Summer. The month altogether love ly of the year. The time of year when your money goes farthest and shows to the best advantage. Where shall we go for the sum mer? What shall wo buy for our dresses! How will wo have them made, and Where shall we buy the goods! THESE are questions that al ways come with the regular ity of tho season. We have always answered these questions for you to your entire satisfaction. We have pleased your tastos , met tho size of your pocketbooks, and j'ou have been tho admired of your friends and the envy of your neighbors. Good Will, Accommodation, In tegrity, and tho Best and Cheap est of All Goods are marked features of our store. Ta ilor M de S uits. Traveling mon say those Navy Blue and Black Serge Suits of ours at JIG. 00 aro the samons bring 12.50 in New York and Boston. They're a marvel, nnvway. OLYPHANT. The doling receptio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 2 June 1894

16 ; T fo:: Tim iu:st PAG!; OF SPOUTING NKWfi TURN THIS LEAF. I YOU WII.I, UE INTER BSTED IN "THE FACE OF ROBBNFEL.' EIGHT PAGES-oO COLUMNS. SCRANTON. PA... SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE a, 1894. TWO CENTS A COPY. JlWlt lift iSi 17 II TRIBUNE HAS ft LARGER BONA FIDE GIRCOLATEON AMONG SCRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER Bi. : .:: E:3 DAI'S BIGS CONGRESS fba Qi:e:iIon of R;p.:a!ing Bogu Boontf Con sidered in the Senate. ACTUAL BUSINESS IS APPROACHED Senntor Hill Desires Open Sessions on the Investigation of the Sugar Trust A Petition Asking tha Estab lishment of Workshops for the Un employed Is Presented by Mr. Hoar. Mr. Broisious Defends the Cur rency with Ringing Eloquence. Washington, D. C, .Tone 1. 0 CONSIDERATION of tbe tariff bill in the senate today waH confined to two Ion jf ipeeobM n the qus Hon of repealing the bounty on Buyar. Tbe first of them era by Air. Manderson, Nebraska, and the second hy Mr. Peffer, Kansas. Mr. Manderson sp lie fur three hours Hint half the con- of the arg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 2 June 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY" MORNING. JUNE 2, 1S94. BASE BALL Scranton Nov a Tie with Reading for Fourth Place. ALTOONA THE YSCTIffl THIS TIME Rain Permitted tho Phyinjr, of Only Five Innings in This City Harris burg and Allentown the Other Vic torsThe Easton Club Disbands. Various Other Soorting Matters of Interest to All. 8l A.1 M ; ''- r HE first break in tha T" ranks of the Statu lesgas wns made yesterday when Bu ton disbanded i t b olnbi It was Bobed' nled to play lit .4 :t-7 .r i f&V4& 'JS l'ottsville in the &f .- t.ftnvnoon Vint dor or ing the mornint.', Manager Smith, of Pottsville, received n telegram stating Hint t'.io hnclters of the club badfdeter ruined to qnit, This ling been poor season for Eis ton. The nttendnnos has been poor owing to tho fact that tho club ha uot been playing winning ball, and to n.id to tl.o trouble, tbe rain has plnyeil havoc with tho icbednled games. SInch money was lout in that way. Another thing that worked injury to tho clnb is ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 2 June 1894

X TOE KCHAKTON TRIIJITNE SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 2, 18B4. Lacisum Ml Things Musical STELLE&SEELEY 134 Wyoming Ave. HIOH GRADH IVFfiEIt, BHAW, KMKBSOir, OlHKtt MAKES See the Shaw Piano from the World's Fair in our window. GOOD BREAD And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB SALE TO THE TRADE BY The Weston 11 Co, EEf ARB OF COUNTERFEITS ! Punch Cigars HAVE THE iVITIAlS B. & Co,, rmnrintnd n Er-rili Olaar. Sarney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. ill. i HOUH hUUAUIb OR. H. B. WARE BPECIAUST. EYE, EAR, NOSE AUD THROAT. OFFICBHOUBB: aRWfr 135 WYOMING AVE. LE TTEES FROM THE PEOPLE Under thli heading short lotterj of interest will hi' published whim accompanied, for pub lication, by the writer S name. Til i: T m mr.N n will not bo held responsible fur opinion! hero expreieed. Mr. DtekttN Off-r. Editor of Tun TllIBCNB! Den: Sir; Referrlujf to your recent edi torial, "Mr. Dickie's liiintcr.'Mn which you say you were told that ho offered HO to "any auditor who should provo able to convinc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 2 June 1894

Till: FCTMNTCVX TI?IJJU:NTE-S ATlTTfPAY MOUSING. JUNE 2, 1891. '&l t u3CXdaOX QstwUWt PUntlCHtn DAI LY IN SCR ANTON, PA Yribun Puousming Company. E. P. KINGSBURY, CtNKKAL MANA&IB Nrw York omer Tribune Building. 'HAV, MANAQL'A FRANK 8. ZNTttKD AT TMT PO'HOffirr AT OCBANTON CCONO-CLABB MAIL MATT C (! PCBANTOX. JU2SE 2. IBM. RfcPUBUCAN STftTF. TICKET. Vol (iavmwv: DANIEL II TASTINGS, or I T.NTKH. For Litutritmit 0 trnwr: WAUI-.li LYON, or ALiianiNT. For Auditor Cnirrat: AMOBH, At VI, IN', Or I.ANrAFTKIl. I'or SCT( faff of IU null Aflairil JAMES W. I.ATTA, or pniLAnpi.PHiA, For CbHfffeiunnM'nt'ba : GALU8HA a. i mow, or BUSqttKllANN'A. OEOBOET, HUFF, Or VYHSTMORRUAHD. Kleetlon Time, Mot. i TBEBE may he a distinction between what The Tribune attributed to Mr. Dickie ill hit recent Third 1'arty speech in this city, and what Mr, Walton.il a letter printed elsewhere, says he said, but there is comparatively little real difference. In any event, Mr. Dickie WSI obviously talking for ef...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 2 June 1894

THE SCliAJsTON T1MIUJ.NE-S A IURDAY MORXIJsU. JUKE 1S!M. The lcruluip. leac'ier of eoolrrry and writers an Domestic Science use and recommend Cleveland's Baling Powder, as Mr? Rorer, tlie rrinripn' of the Philadelphia Cooking School, - f know what you are f cr.ting when you use l BakkigPMisier J Its true composition is I given on every label. Furc" ar.J " Sure." Miss Farmei, the Princip: the Hoson Cookinc Pchool, Miss Bedford, the Superintendent of the New York Cooking School, Mr?. Ewin?i, the Principal of the Chautauciua, School of Cookeiy. FOR ORE WEEK We will soil our entire- stofk of New and Stylish TRIMMED HATS at GREATLY REDUCED FRIGES. Come and see them at 303 SPRUCE STfiEt Have, your COIXABi lUrched In tho old way when yon oan nave them done with soft, viiaiilo Buttonholes tor TWO CENTS each. Lackawanna the: LAUNDRY Korrmanfi Moore FIRE INSUR.ANCS 16 We aro showing aew designs in printed IRISH LAWNS, JACONET, DIMITY and PONGEE. 415 Lacka. Avenue. CARPETS BARGAIN NO 3. We Wil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 2 June 1894

0 TTTE FCEANTCOT TI71iTJNE SATTTT?DAT arOKjNTNTG. JUNE 2, 1R!)4. , A '".'WllW f Jl . XA Tibiii Mr. find Uric TbomM WoodbrMge, nf Daltoo, oelebriltefl Hip fiftieth itnni Verssry of tbelr marrlnge by i golden wadding on Wednesday, T,ie spacious moms wore decorated with tiit for the occasion, iiml tho exterior waf neatly drnped with fhjts and bnntlnj, Tho reception of tbe nneati took jiliifn dur ing tho morning, nnd t. 12 o'clock tl dm present partook of an exoellent repaiit In the lnr;,'i dining room. Mr. and Mn. Woodbridge reoeiverl many besntifnl soldeu preeenti from their nn merona friends. After dinner spsstbss were made nnd (ho heartiest oongratu lationa offered, The guests departs I Woodbridge. Tho unfits departed nbiu' ) o'clock wishing their venerable host nnd hostess innny years of poc- nml hnppiaess. Among those present besides tho lnn number from Dnlton were: Mr-,. T. Kellow, of nfesboppeii; Mrs, M. ft Bunnell, of Vosburg and Mrs. Qeorge Browning, of Toledo; danghtere of Mr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 2 June 1894

( I TIIE SCI? ANTON TRIBUTE-SATURDAY MORNING; JUNE 2, 1894.' GENERAL NEWS OF INDUSTRIES Yesterday witnessed the first day ot the lone, term contract reMntlv en tered into between the Lebirfh Vnlley Railroad company and Uoxo Bros., & Co.. owners t the Delaware. Susque hanna and Bonnylkill railroad, Tlr.s contruct, it will be remembered, pro vides that the latter shall have tho use of the former's traciis from D connec tion with the Delaware, Susquehanna nnd Sehulkill to tidewater, for tho pbipment of antbrurita coal. Coxa j3ros., & Co. provide their own equip ment and motive power and train crews, but are BObjsol to Lehigh Val ley general orders us to riuiuinjr. of the trains. Evidently a hitch t-.ns arisen in tlie proposed plan of Reading reorgaoiia tion, if this statement by an Olcott omtnitteemaQ is to bo relied upon; Thtra is no prospect of an Immediate reorganization. W hay advanced money to the Reading receivers and will adranoa more ns it ia needed to (;aro for the lba...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 2 June 1894

a THE SCE ANTON TKIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING-," JUNE 2, 1891; Bcccham's pills are for biliousness, bilious headache, dyspepsia, heartburn, torpid liver, dizziness, sick head ache, bad taste in the mouth, r.6atcd tongue, loss of appe Mtt, sallow skin, when caused 1 j' 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 The Month Weddings, of Kosca and The beginning of Summer. Tho month altogether love ly of the year. The lime of year when your money goes farthest and shows to the best advantage. Where shall wo go for the sum mer? What shall we buy for our dresses! How will we have them made, and Where shall we buy the goods.' r9Rir!'"SE are questions that al I ways come with the regular ' Ity of tan season. We have nlvaye answered these questions for yoa to your entire satisfaction. We have pleased your tastes, met iht'PjMOf your pocket books, and yon have keen the admire...

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