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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 12 June 1894

THE SCRANTtXN TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING. JUNE 12. 1894. for one week We will sell our entire stock of New and Stylish TRIMMED HATS at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Come and see theni at 303 SPRUCE STREET. DON'T Hve your COLLARS Rtnrvkrd in tho old way, when you cnii lmvo them done with toft, plisblo BnttonholeB (or TWO CENTS EACH. Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue SALE OF Remnants Thursday, June 14. Remnants Id Dress Goods, Silks, Trimmings, Ribbons and Wash Goods, lears & Hagen (15 LACKA. AVE. If you want Carpets. Draperies, Wall Paper or Window Shades, come to us. We have a full line of goods, and our prices are very low. 127' Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. Company B qualified four members yes terday at the Dickson City rifle range. Professer Howard's concert at the Penn Avenue Baptist church. Thursday even ing. It is expected that the Parker street bridge will be completed the first oC next week. The streets and bridges committee will meet Swotland...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 12 June 1894

THE FCRANTOT TIHPTJiVE TCESDAY MOttJSTmG JUNE 12, 1894. - copsn.rtCP. um (VMtRicAN CHAPTER VII. MAXF.Y HAKES A PEdlN'Nim Miucey rend tho letter in tho fading light by the window, while tho messen ger who had brought tho note to his rooms waited, cap in hand. It was as follows) Hospital, Deo. 00, 1881 Tho girl hu spoken. Her name is Dye. Her fethor lives In Flood struct Lajiah. 'liort, epigrammatic, to tho point. "There will ho no answer," said Maxoy. He heard the door eloso behind the retiring messenger and began to pace tho floor, his luiir erect and his necktie a. kow, whilo his impatient thoughts travolod over tho wide rangoof pnssibil iiics which tho Information in the doc tor's letter seemed to opon boforo him. barely uow ho was on (he verge ot me most important revelations, and yet ho 1, Itfttod for the inonu nt how to act in the emergency. It was a question to him whether it were better at once to intrust this mat ter to thosewhose business it was to in- vostigato crime or to...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 12 June 1894

THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 12, 1894. GENERAL NEWS OF When the Jfftest transit scheme geta fairly goini; on something more sub atantial than paper, it will surprise folk. The inventor, Mr. Johnston, is u Cbieagoan.his company is CbiotgOkn and the scheme itself in grandly und chsracteristicnlly CbtoUgoan. It pro poses to convey puts tigers from Chi cago to New York, 750 miles us the crow flies, in ox ictly six ho lira. The noheme goes under the name of the Elevated Suspension Electric Railway compauy, and hopes to no iu another way soon. The railroad is literally snspvnded in mid air. with its cars planned to run iu between, so seourxly that accident will he almost impossi ble. The electric rrnHor power is ap plied very much nn iu tho present trol ley system. Sixty miles iiu hour is regarded as a snail's pace for this sya tern, which pledges itself to go 120 or even loO miles per hour with the ut most safety and ease. Tho cars on this system are about six feet in widt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 12 June 1894

THE SCBANTON TRIBTJKE-TUESDAT MORNTN"rv JUNE. 12, 1894. GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT Mmm III 38 CHILDREN'S GINGHAM : DRESSES. They're the kind you expect to pay !2 and st for. Children, 2 to 5 years, (lie prices are $1 TO $2 Ono advantage of past week's Btormy weather was opportunity 1o roinspoct departments. Where sto.'ks are great and assortments varied, constant supervision i9 necessary to present only the best and newest. Those who visit us this week will reap the benefit of redaction In Silks and Dress Goods, Cloaks, Capes and Jackets, Laces, Hosiery and Underwear. Great Reductions in MILLINERY EXQUISITELY TrilMMED HATS AND BONNETS AT HALF PRICE. The prices of some of the seas on's most exquisitely Trimmed Hats and Bonnets have just been reduced one half toellecta prompt distribution. The styles are many and the prices, previously moder ate, cannot fail to appeal strongly now to the most economical. Pieasc remember the reductions are most carefully stated. Beginning today we shall sell...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 13 June 1894

Koit THE HKST pagk op spoiitinij xmvs TORN THIS LEAF. THE M VS OP INDUSTRIES, ON PAGE 7. A'.lTMUrI 8WS EIGHT PAGES 56 COLUMNS. SCR ANTON. PA.. WEDNESDAY MORNING. JUNE 13, 1894. TWO CENTS A COPT. SCRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER THE TRIBUNE HAS 1 LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG CHS Of TIE GREAT SHE The Miners Are Opposed to Accepting Terms Agreed Upon at Columbus. THE PENNSYLVANIA CONFERENCE Coal Operators and Miners Hold a Fruitless Convention at Altoona. The Indiana Workers Disposed to Disregard Agreements Made by Their Representatives Strikers Show Signs of Unrest at Union town Intelligence from Other Points. Altoona, P June 12. WOAL operators and miner of Can LI tml Pennsylvania ioM confer n once lu re today for the purpose dJ of endeavoring to reach an 1 c 1 njHiit whereby the strike oonld be Milled, The eiforis were fruition", however, and n eettlement is as fur off us ever. At the attempted conference on Saturday tn operators refilled to recogniz' i lie Un...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 13 June 1894

.2 THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE -WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 13, 1894. BASE Pitchers Hodson and Flmaghan Too Much for Kelly's Pcaniuters. AN EXCITING TWELVE INNING 6AIE Scranton by Timely Hitting in the Twelfth Inning Tnlces a Lead Which the "Oniy Miko" Could Not Over come Hatvisburgi Haileton and Altocna tho Other State League Winners Yesterday National and Eastern League Results Various Base Ball, Eicycle, and Other Sport ing Notes of Common Concern. ARRISBURQ still cotititiuos to iuud tl,,. &.u.- I i to ..' rln' in the r.lCO r tpKis ioi the pennmtt by a tfocnl Hirudin, while Huzleton is "if:, triviiiL' Allrutowii u intra tui-siu lor second pluoe, f ol Ipwed by Beading. Soranton appears to hold r tenaoiomly as eyer loader ol tho second division an it did erliur in tho season to tho tail end. How ever her chimces for (liataucinif Bead ing for the pinea ar very assuring at present. Altoona, Potuville and IZm ton tiriutf up iu lUo rear in the order named. The following table gives the par-...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 13 June 1894

THE SCTA.NTOtf TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 18, 1894. a for one WEEK Wo will sell our entire stock of New aud Stylish TRIMMED HATS at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Come and see them at 303 SPRUCE STREET. DON'T Have your COIJ.AHR starched In the old way, when yru can have thorn nm with ROft, pliable Iluttunholcs (or TWO CENTS BAOB. Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 20 Wyoming Avenue SALE OF Remnants Thursday, June 14. Remnants in Dress Goods, Silks, Trimming), Ribbons and Wasli Goods, Mears & Hagen 415 LACKA, AVE. If you want Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper or Window Shados, come to in. We have a full line of roods, and our prices are very low. li7 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. The Plieiiix Rose rompony hold it an nual picnic nt Waaler's grove lout night. Tbe entertainment of the St. Vincent De Paul society if Pine Br ok, wifl be held in the Academy of Music tonicht. Mnhloon A: 11 'vp, contractors, yesterday boirnn Hit! bnildlna of the iinche court lat eral nouur in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 13 June 1894

p TII.U BCBATON TltlBCJNE-WEDNESDAY MOKNINTJ. JUJNB 13, 1894. PUOUSHCD DAILY IN CCRfcNTON, PA., BY THC Tridun PuuL!3Hia Company. E. P. KINGSDUHY, GENERAL MANAGES. New Venn CJmcc : TnmUNC DuiloiNQ. FAANA CrtAV, Manager INI L H ED AY THE POATOrEICE AT 8CPANTON. PA., SCC0r.0-CL.S3 MAIL MATHS. 1801. republican stats iickst. For QOVtTIXor! DANIEL M. HASTINQ9, 01 LUNTElt. For Lieuttiuiiit QnwmOT! WALTEB LYON, or ALi.i:iiUKv. ' For Auditor General ; AJ'O.S II. MYL1X, OK LAaCABTBR. lor Secrt far; ofltetiud Affair: JAMES VV. LATTA, ok PBILADBI l'HIA. lor Coii'.n smrn-al-L)Uye: OA LUSH A A. (iUOW, 01' BtTIQiTBUANKA KEOKUK F. BUFFi of vnunioiiBLiAin), BltCtlOtl Tillli', -Nov. (I Wh can oordltlly ooDoarin unvraon tioii of the inline of Charles Emory Smith which hs for its ptirpoaw tbo oilliiiK of public attuntion to his titness for a United States eenutorsMp. W do not know that ill-. Smith is a can didate for eenator; nor tlint be would accept if chosen. But wo do know that it would on a happy ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 13 June 1894

THI KCBANTON TBIBUK E WE i )KE8DAT JVNK 18. 1S94. MATCHLESS SHAW PIAH03. STELLE & SEELEV, 134 WYOMING AVE. v 'A r.rn, SUA W, KM BR8DM, NKW i.N 1. A M FINEST LINE IN THE CITY POR TI112 PRICE. WEW AN I) AM. PRICES A Foe 0 Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD -use thi:- un And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOR SALE TO THE TRADE BY il BEWARE 0? COUNTERFEITS ! THE BEMUIWj POPULAR Punch Cigare HAVE THE INITIALS G., B. & Co,, lm;irir!r.i nn Each C'nr. barney, Erown & Co. Mfr'S. DR. H. B. WARE RPEOIAMST. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THKOA1 OFFICE HOURS: .35 WYOMING .AVE PERSONAL Owen Cusick is visiting in lliuRhamton. Lieu'ennnt Governor V," litres npeiit Holi day in Philadelphia. A daughter war, born to Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilornco E. Hand yesterday. James Fisher and wift, of Hallstaad, were in Scranton yesterday. J. J. JIcAudrcw. of Olyph.mt, spent yesterday in the Electrfc City. Miss Merotta Dourrnn. of t-crauton, is visiting friends in Carbo&dale. lis All (id Finuerty. of Honesdale, was a visi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 13 June 1894

ft THE SCIfAlS-TCXN TBIETJNE- WEDNESDAY MOURNING. JUNE 18!)4. 13, - . 2 .- a COrrniliHTCP. 1(94 ST AMtmtAN CHAPTER VIII. A NEW LEASE 07 LIKE. They modo onurmohairof themaelvei by interlocking tin ir hands itnil arms, Moxoy aud Dr. Laniar, to carry her up fli" liuic (H),'lits of stairs to her new limuc, Uiis pale, shy girl whom too care fully driven carriage had jujit brought t'i the doot of tin house at the end of tho quiet street. How different from fchs ominous roll of the departing ambnlanoo was the com inn of this jaunty carriage I When Miss Mtucey had listened to thelirst from the pnflot window, high above the street, li r sympathetic heart felt as if a chill breath from the loy river had touched it. Now she waited at the top of the stairs wtth U rose in her hair. Modern science had alone made this ar rival possibh . For the oecond time with in the short period of a few weeks brain nrgery had won another brilliaat vic tory. Bnt there was that abont this sec ond and more recent ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 13 June 1894

SHE SCKANTON TRJBTTKE WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 13, 1894; IE OF INDUSTRIES Under tus term of an order just is ined by Bnpttlotendent Alex Mitchell of the Wynming division of tlio Le high Valley, nil engineers mid firemen will hereafter bo under the direction of the muster mechanics and road for meu of engines, except when on duty on the road. The mailer mechanics nnd road foremen will alsolmvo charge of the assignment of engines and (he mus of euuinecrs end firemen. Here tofore the dispatchers had Charon of all engineers and iiretuen, but they were not sufiicicntly familiar with Buch duties. George Cromwell, ironoral manager of thp Indiana Iron company, of .Mutt oie, lad. , an institution which sac cee'led In keepin; its mills running during the past year, says regarding the outlook: "I think that by next fall the iron business will pick up end will aee a general resumption in mills nil over the country. The stocks on hand in most of the warehouses are being cleaned out and better pri...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 13 June 1894

THE RCBANTON TRIBTTjVE-WEDNESDAY MORNTNGk JUNE 13, 1894; GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT Ifii IS Mill I I p 38 CHILDREN'S GINGHAM : DRESSES. They're the kind yon expect to pay $2 and 94 for. Children, i! to 5 years, ilio price-; are $1 TO $2 Ono advantage of past week's stormy weather was opportunity to reinapeot departments. Where stoaks are great and assortments varied, constant supervision is necessary (o present only the best and newest. Those who visit OS this week will reap the benefit of reduction in Silks and Dress Goods, Cloaks, Capss and Jackets, Laces, Hosiery and Underwear. Great Reductions in MILLINERY EXQUISITE. Y "RIMMED HATS AND BONNETS AT HALF PRICE. The prices of some of the seas on's most exquisitely Trimmed! lints and Bonnets have just hyfh reduced one balftoeffeota prompt distribution. The styles are many and the prices, previously moder ate, cannot tail to appeal strongly now to the most economical. Please remember the reductions arc most carefully stated. Beginning today...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 14 June 1894

POH Tlir: BEST PAGE of gPOKTXWig NEWS TI RN THIS fQ j THE NEWS OF INDUSTRIES, ON PAGE 7. EIGHT PAG-ES--5G COLUMNS. NCRAKTON. PA.. THURSDAY MORNING. JUNE 14, 1894. TWO CENTS A COPY. THE TRIBUNE IAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SCRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER mm of T! Settlement of the Great Strike Is Received with Signs of Disapproval. ENURE HARMONY NOT PREVALENT Although Resumption Has Taken Place in Many Localities There Are Still Hosts of Discontented People Who Will Never Be Satisfied with the Present State of Affairs Train Held Up Negroes Brought to Union town. Uwostdwx, Pa., June lit, f STRONG effort will be made by A soidu of the cuke strikers to have M "1B 8cll'B committee settl the ) LIU striKe tiy Hilciiun tin- melt teals at their meeting ia Scottdale to morrow. Many of the I ':iJr have Collin to believe that this will eventu ally be the basis of settlement and are NUtton to get the (strike so! tied aa goon as possible No trouble ban been rppnrted...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 14 June 1894

2 TI7E SCHANTON TOIBTOE-TIIFESDAY MOHNIKG. J1TNJ5 14, 1594. BA Xjftf ""II BALL Swift's Sluggers Capttura a dm; from' the Btoittniisd E istoDiaas. HAZLETON DEFEATS ALLESITOWN Harrisburr; and Altoona tho Other Winners of Yesterday's State League Base Ball Contests Standing of the Clubs in the Race for the Pen nant City League Game National and Eastern League Results Notes of Interest to All Classes of Sport Lovers. HAMPION8HI P dimes in the State 1 o ii g lie yesterday did not obange uf standing of m:y of the clubs with tho i se9DtioD or Scran iim ileitis Heading for fourth position Kine Ki'llv met tfitii doro it t tho lintulfl of Hnnlon'i HillttOO liuns. while BWMlton, ilar rismir.' ami Altoonu took ouch tgams from Easton, Reading uinl PoitsvlUe respectively. The following table gives the pr bentagts of the clubs, togethaf with the number of gameawonand lost by each, an J their standing in tho chum- plontblp rac t Won Harritbnrg Allentown 81 Hasleton 17 Beranton M Beading M Altuoun 1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 14 June 1894

THE FCRAKTOX TBIBITNE THURSDAY MOL'XTXfJ. JUNE 14, 1Sf4. 3 MATCHLESS SHAW PIANOS 8TELLE & SEELEY, 134 WYOMING v-f.nv.n, SHAW) KHRRSOIf, NEW ENGLAND FINEST LINE IN THE CITY I'OU THIS 1 'RIC I".. tfEW A Tin IECOND 1I.NI ALL PttlCKS GOOD BREAD -USE THE- And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTt'nrcn AND FOR HALE TO THE TRADE HV The Weston MID Co, EEWARE CP COUNTERFEITS ! THE EEW.MME POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INIT1HS G.. B. & Co., fmnr'ntcfl rn Fanh C'Qar. Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. COVK'l' BUUbH kUUAUK DR. H. B. WARE specialist, eye. ear. kcsb and throax awu u u wuw 135 WYOMING AVE PERSONAL. J. 8. Carr, of Tobyhannn, was hero yes terday. V. J. Lords, of K ngson, was yosterday In tho city. J"hn B. Tonninij'", .if Mohoopany, was hero yesterday. A. J. Urxlegraff, of YV'iliiarusport, tvns her yesterday. JnmeR I. Lynch, of Oiyphant, wan yes terday in the city. G. B. Warner, of Blnghamton, was in the city yesterday. Mrs. E, f). Follows, who was very sick, is slowly convalescing. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 14 June 1894

THE SCn ANTON THIUU NE TIIUKS DAY MOKNINC3-. JUNE 14, 189 . Zfc cranfott Zxifawi Published doily in Gcrdton. Pa.i iy Thi Thilun)'' Publishing COMPANY. C. P. KINGSBURY, QCNCNAL MANAGIIk Nrw YoftR ornct i Tribuhi Buildino. FeANK e. Chat, Manaqkh CIITtnCO AT THt POBTOmCC AT CRANTON, PA., A ACCOND-CLAtS MAIL MATTCH. tCBANTOS. JUKB H. 1894, Hi PUBLICAN 'oTKTt IICKiT. tfowrfior; DANIEL VL HA8TINQ1, 0 CBNTBO. for Liiuknn.it 0 vernoTi WAL1 BR liYOK, or ALueanixr. J or iiaior o"t mral: AM OS H. MYMN, Ol' LANCASTKIl. &crt(m't of Uttwil Affalm JAM LCS W. IjATTA, lit' PUILADBLPUIA. 'or ( Qft0fSMmSaafX0 P0SJ BALUSHA A.OBOW, 01' IUWJCIUAKMAi QBORGB I'. HUFF, OF WlTM()iti:i.ASU. Election Time, Nov. tt Whsn a man beoomes io Infatuated with ii principle that l.e cannot Bod time to discum datnils of method, it id ii slrouR symptom of tho disease known us crunkiuess. Some Lessons of Flag Day. One bnodred end seventeen jreeri ago tl et whs udopted by a number of men fitting in Pbiledelpbie an emble...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 14 June 1894

THE SCR ANTON TK1UUJNI Ji THUliSDAY MOKMJStt, JUNE 14. 18H4. FOR ONE WEEK We Will sail our entire stock of Xew and Stylish TRIMMED HATS at GREATLY REDUCED 1'IUCES. Come and see them at UElUfi 9 1ST m r mi fl I U I 303 SPRUCE STREET, KorrmanA Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue BALE OF Thursday, Juno 14. Remnants in Dress Goods, Silks, Wffiminfe Ribbons and Wash Goods, Hears I Hagen 415 LACKA, AVE, DON'T Havo your COX LABS starched In the, old way, when Jron can have them don1 with soft, pliable liutuaibole! tor TWO CENTS EAUiL Lackawanna the: LAUNDRY If you want Carpets, Draperies Wall Paper or Window limn 11 III i ill W ! I II H JlimiW Shades, come to us. We have a full line of goods, and our prices are very low. Williams k McAnii j 127 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. Reader -National bank notes aro legal tender for individual in-!.- Inew. Tbo Lackawanna county delegates to tiio state Democratic convention may bo elect ed this week. Toilay will bo tho lat for receiving bid on the cons...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 14 June 1894

ITT15 SCPAKTON Tliir.TJNE-TnUUSDAT JIOUJN1JNU. JUNl! 14, BSi!jrJ CCPvmiiHTCP. I9 uVSMtRKan CHAPTER IX. who BBS was. "At lastl" cried Maxey. He had been letting the finishing tonohea' to a&ketdh in dm liubt front tho liny window in tlio front room And threw down his Grayon to utter this exclamation. Dr. Lunar had just told him that the time hud clinic to qnoittion Ainietto. "Rut iu .saying this, " tho physician oon tinned, "I want you distinctly to unrloratand that she is still in a very dolioate state. This examination must bo conducted jndicion8ly, and it must ptop iit the first symptoms OH her part of undue agitation or excitement. -At the inmo time I am going to bo perfectly frankvAth you. Julian, and confess that I am more afraid of you than of the strength of the reminiscences, This wild eyed exhilaration in which you oooo lidualry Indulge is as communicative to II nervous temperament as the measles. Yttur principal fault is that your pulse rises too quickly. That will do n...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 14 June 1894

THE SCKANTON TOIBUE-TnCJESDAT MORNING, JUNE 1 4, 1894. 7 GENERAL KB OF INDUSTRIES Gtiorga L. Crnwford. epcciiil moater Jo the Philadelphia Hn.l Eteadltitf r ceiversbip, will to lay file, a report In tbe Unite ! Sttttei eircuit conrt rooom menJin(f the dismissal of the petition of Isaac J. Rice, which was filed last December, and upon which numeiioiu heariuRs were held. Mr. Rice asked that the receivers bo dismissed for al iened dereliction of duty and that ex President McLsod be held responsible for alle;,vd Huston mid Maine nnd Now York and New Euglaud stock transac tions. As was expected, the Loliiuh Valley Riilroiid company will not pay Buy dividend to ttoclcbolderi in July. In Huio gone by the quarterly' dividend has always been deefarod at the regu lar monthly meeting of tho direoton on the second Tuesday of June, but the subject was not oven dilOUtwd at yesi terday'g nwcting of the loard. In passing tho dividend the directors are merely sontlnnlng tho conservative policy adopt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 14 June 1894

i THE RCKANTO-N- TRIBUNE Til TJRSPAY MORlSITNGr, JUKE 14, 1894. GORMAN'S BRAND DEPOT n j ; 1 sot r 11 .1 1111 Milt !t i " ' . ,y 38 CHILDREN'S dINGHAM : DRESSES. They're. the kind you expect to pay and si ior. Children, 2 to 5 years, the prices are $1 TO $2 One advantage of past week's stormy weather was opportunity to reiuspcct departments. Where stocks are great and assort incuts varied) constant supervision is no essary to present only the best and newest. Thoso who visit us this week will reap the benefit of red net ion in Silks and Dress Goods, Cloaks, Capes and Jackets, Laces, Hosiery and Underwear, Great Reductions in MILLINERY EXQUISITELY TfllMMED HATS AND BON'lETS AT HALF PRICE. The prices of some of the seas on's most exquisitely Trimmed 1 1 sits and Bonnets have just been reduced one half to effect a prompt distribution. The styles are many and the prices, previously moder ate, cannot fall to appeal strongly now to the most economical. l'.case remember the red notions are...

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