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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 27 August 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 27, 1894. A pure creambftartarpoV7der) The true composition is published on'every label, information not given by other manufacturers. ? You know what you are eating when you use. Cleveland's.'- Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE ' 120 Wyoming Avcnuo Bare your COIXAR8 atarohod In tbs eM Sray. when yon can have them done with soft, ftUabls Buttonhotoi for TWO CENTS BAOB. Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY New and Very Choice Line of Trimmings rs & Hagen 415 Lacka. Ave. If you want Carpets. Draperies, Wall Paper or Window Shades, come to us. We have a full line ok Bloods, and our prices are very low. Williams k 127 "Wyoming Ave. To my friends: I hereby announce lhat I will be a candidate for the nomi nation of district attorney, before the Republican County convention. JOHN R. JONES. CITY NOTES. Tribune readers leaving for tlielr lunimer'9 vacation can have their favor ite paper ncnt to thaui without extra !t, liy notllrlnit this otllee of the tlo li...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 27 August 1894

r THE SCRANTON TBIJJTJNE-MONDAY MORNING. AUGUST 27. 1891. AFH(tf'fhi&hkl Ha. i 1)1 COPVRKiHTtP CHAPTER X. When I told Dr. Mrrrick of my good fortune in finding Roso Stront, or, to use her stago name, Roso Gornon, lie was conni(lrnl)y astonished. Tho ctine had takon hold of liim so ooniiiletuly that he could think of nothing else. He bad a largo practice and attended fairly well to his patients, hut informed mo that ho did bo in a mechanical fashion, movo or lens, as his hrain was husy with tho Fen inn myctery. ' We were now wonderfully familiar,- considering tho short period of otir acquaintance, hut this was doubtless due to tho inter est we both took in tho case, "Upon my word, Denlmm," wiid Merrick, rnb hing his head irritably, "I wish you had not como near mo with your hallu cinations. Instead of attondiug to my business, I think of nothing but yonr mysteries. Tho sooner wo unravel this Hddlo tho better will it bo for mo. You Bro an idle bachelor, so it does not mat ter much...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 27 August 1894

TUB 6CBANT0N TniBtTMS-MONDAT MOKKIKQ-. ArfTTJST 27, 1894; Y GENERAL HEWS ; OF The Raiding railroad iontinui sain ing on its previous lot in tonnage, and there It every indication now, it we may believe the Stoekholder, tUat it will oloae the year nearer to iti regu lar allotted percentage than for ieverl years past. The shipment! from its region the Schuylkill alons showed an increase it week, and while the gain was si 1, 0,120 tons, it was an enconragin, iij?n nevertheless, The Lehigh and "Wyoming regions both sustained decreases in their shipments, the former 3,050 tons and the latter 88.253 tons. The net results were, therefore, a decrease in shipments from the three regions of 37,079 tons, inokioK the decrease for the year to date 1,728,141 tons, The -oipmente for the week aggregated CG0.C18 tons, wbioh was the lowest so far this month, as they amou'.ed to 720,383 tons in the first week and 072,205 tons for the second week. So far this month the aggregate of shipments is 2,059,2...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 27 August 1894

TJIE SCKANTON TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING. AUGUST 27. 1894. We Keep Up To the minute on all NEW . STYLES, and are tho first to introduce them to the Retail Trade. Every Detail of Merchandising Is so carefully watched that there is slight chance of dis satisfaction. Quoting Prices Goes for LITTLE Unless You Bee the Goods. Every department is a reser voir of STYLE and ELE GANCE, and we offer no sleepy imitation for patron ago. BUY HERE, and You Will Get the Best Do not drift away from our FINE GOODS AT LOW PEICES. Remember, We Take Pleasure To Show Goods and Quote Prices. If we can Buit you in a satisfactory purchase, we are both bouefited. We NEVER INSIST ON YOU purchasing what you don't want. Our Entire Store, Our clerks, our system of buying, all are at your ser vice. Early Fall Dress Goods The examination of our Dress Materials for Fall is early so licited. The variety of de signs to choose from is us ex tensive as formerly. The qualities, the finish and the prices are the best. GORMAN...

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

Fomews of the Lackawanna Democracy's excursion read THE TRIBUNE daily till after election. Luzerne Democracy,it seems, wants to sail up Salt River with Pilot Hines at'tbe wheel. v - " : - EIGHT PAGES 5 G COLUMNS. SCRANTON. PA., TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 28. 1S94. TWO CENTS A COPY. TWlBUrrE TrASTLElONA FIDE C I R C UL A Wn A M ON G S C RAN TON BUSINESS 7 THAN A NY 0 T H E R MO R N I N G PA PER . - ' " . - 1 i i , , - . f . , i, . " . . . ... . . 1 " . " ;. - - ; 1 S LACK OF NERVE la Afraid to Approve or Veto (be Gorman Tariff Bill A PITIFUL COLLAPSE OF BLUSTER In a Letter to Representative Cach ings, of Mississippi, the President Gives His Reasons for Not Approv- inftthe Tariff Bill An Abject Plea for the Good Will of the Solid South. Has Not Courage to Take a Manly Stand Against What He Terms the Treachery of His Friends. Washington, Aug. 27. PRESIDENT CLEVELAND bun written tb following Utter to Representative Catching, of Mississippi, in which he lets forth his views of the new tarif...

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

s THE SCKAKTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 28, 1894; ASE BALL Scrantoa Loses to Erie In an Uneven Contest Under Forced Draught. BLACKBIRDS JTOH0W TO HIT Providence Also Gives King Kelly's Antiquities a Drubbing Wilkes Barre Defeated by Springfield Syr acuse Takes a Game from Buffalo. Standing of the Clubs National and State League Results Base Ball and General Sporting News. CRANTON lost the first gam of tbe week to Erie, and Wilkes-Barre did likewise to Spring field, the latter club passing the two for mer, and going; into fifth p!ace,and leav ing the former two still a tie for sixth place. The leaders are still playing the game as it should be played, winning yesterday from Al lentown, while Syracuse took a game from the strong Buffalo Dine. The race for seeond place, in consaqnence, is a close and exsitlng one, Buffalo leading Syracuse two points, with Erie three points to the rear of Syraeuse. Tbe percentages of the clahs, nam tor of games won and lost by each, and their sta...

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

THE SCTJANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 2S. 18!)4. i A Foe to Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD -USE THE SHOW WHITE FLOUR And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO THE TBADE BIT The Weston ill Co, EEWARB OF COUNTERFEITS J THE BCNOINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G.. B. & Co., FmprlntM on Earth Clew. Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr'ft. CUUttT UOVOU kUVAUK. DR. H. B. WARE will bo in his office on and after the first week in Septem ber. PERSONAL. Judge R. W. Archba'd it at Montrose. Mies Mary Jordan, of Parsons, is viaitine friends in the city, John Jermyn and Attorney S. B. Price are on the ocean en route (or borne. 0. W. Broad head, of Montrose, was a caller at The Tkihone office yesterday. Ming Kate Oriffen, of Wellsly. Mass., is visiting Miss Minnie Cawley of the West Side. Miss Frieda Harris, of Pine street, Is en tertaining Miss Martha Goodkind, of New York. Mrs. Victor Koch and children returned yesterday from their summer home in Fleetville. Charles Robinson l...

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

4 THE SCKAKTON TltlBUNB T UESDAY MOIWIITO. AUGUST 28, 1894, PUUISHCO OAILT IN 8CKANT0II, P. Tlil TniBUNS PULIHINO COMPANY. ' K. KINGSBURY. wTgimti vaiauas mum Quay. Mamh. RNTKRID AT TMB MTOmeS AT OAAHTM. M ICOIO-OUtM Mil MATTtA. "Printers' Ink," the recognized Journal for advertisers, rate the St'KANrON TEI HUNE as the beat advertising medium In Northeastern l'ouusylvanlo. "l'rluters' Ink" knows. KCRANTON. AUGUST 8. 1894. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor: DANIEL H. HASTINGS, OK CKNIKIU For Lieutenant Governor: WALTEIt LYON, 01' ALUiUHENV. For Auditor General: AMOS II. MYLIJT, Or LANCASTKIt. For Secretary ofllvrnal Affairs: JAJIES W. LATTA, 01' PHILADELPHIA. For ConcrecsmtA-at-larac: GALUSHA A. GROW. OKBl'SyUKllANNA. GEORGE F. HUFF, OK WK(iT.M(lllKLANU Election Time, Nuv. 0. Wilkes-Bakue Desu)ckat3 after stress and struggle, have nominated Daniel L. Hurt for the legislature; but whether it will be aconiudy or a tragedy at the polla it is early to coujeeture. G rover Cleveland's ...

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

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 23, 1894." 5 1 Is splendid; in fact," says a young housekeeper, "it is almost too good. It seems as though I were making cake all the time for donations or church fairs or some committee. I tell them if they will follow the recipe in your cook book and use Cleveland's Baking Powder they can make cake just as nice as mine. I am sure I never made such - Ike before. Thanks both I Cleveland's baking powc' nd the cook book." The..lpe book is sent free on receipt of stamp and address. Cleveland Uaking Powder Co., Si fit 83 Fulion St., ti. V, Norrmanft Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenuo DON'T ve your COLLARS starched to tbe M ay, w ten yon can have them done with soft liable Buttonhole tor TWO CENTS EACH. ackawanna THE LAUNDRY New and Very Choice Line of Trimmings Hears & Hagen 415 Lacka. Ave. If you want Carpets. Draperies, Wall Paper or Window Shades, come to us. We have a full line of ffoods, and our prices are very low. 127 Wyoming ...

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

THE SCI? ANTON TEIBUNE T LTESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 28, 1894. mm mm C7 I MVMUYJ,1 AW5 . .mlSv ETC. etc. COPYRiQHltp CHAPTER XL My interview with Olivia passed off tetter thun I expected. If she had or dered me out of the house, I wonld only have looked on it as the jnst punish ment for what innst hare appeared my impertinent interference in what did not concern me. The very fact that she listened so qnietly proved that she sus pected Felix was masquerading as her lover, She could only be assurod of this ly overhearing his interview with Rose Gemou and therefore accepted my in Titatioa to go to the Jermyn street rooms. If their tenant was Francis, he would resent the intrusion of Rose, hut if Folis the two confederates would doubtless talk of their guilty secrot Thanks to a sovereign judiciously bo ttowed on the carokaepor, I had discov ered that Rose Gernon intended to visit Felix at 8 o'clock. How the carekoepcr found out I do not know, but in somo mysterious way servants seem to gain...

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

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 28, 1894. 7 GENERAL NEWS OF From an almtat dsrtd vilUfre, Forty Fort one of tht mot beautiful spots In the Wyoming Valley, bai within tb last fw months become a btwy lnduitrlal ontr. Ths previon condition of to Tillaijs was due to tbs abandonment of tha the two collieries located on the mountain aide; and tbo present condition was caused by the' enterprise of Simpson & Watklns, who are among; tbe leading and most sno cetatul individual coal operators in tbis teetinn. Tbeir knowledge of coal land and of mineral deposits was of great adrantage to tbem in tbis in stance. Being confident that tbe immense tract of land extending from the river to the top of the mountain, and being over a mile in width contained ralnable veins of coal which bad not boen operated, they, while others were negotiating, secured the lase of tbe property from tbe Lehigh Valley Railroad company, tbe latter having become the control ling owner at tbe death of J. U....

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

TUTS SCEANTON TftlBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 28. 1894. 1 WORD OR TWO The ABOUT OURSELVES FIRST When we have a good thing we are anxious to divide it anions our friends. We require more space for our Fall Trade and all Summer Goods must make way. We can not afford to carry them over until next season. We give you Bargains. SECOND Our Fall Goods are com ing in daily; very choice designs and colors. Kid Gloves in all new shades and popular lengths. Cor sets, all sizes and best makes. Laces,' Dress Trimmings, Umbrellas, Hosiery, Etc. Every de partment is a reservoir of style and elegance. Val ues beyond the wildest dreams of the economi cal. We never resort to extravagant statements, but will let the goods speak for themselves. THIRD The Fashions illustrated in our Monthly are the latest. We are the only dry goods house that pub lishes a Fashion Monthly and hope you appreciate our efforts. If vou wish to dress well and dress economically, don't fail to read it. GORMAN'S BRAND DEPOT Mo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 29 August 1894

"Spare the 'ad.' and spoil the sale. eV5 There's no spoil ing among Tribune advertisers. tttat me '.sXl III 111 III III III III III nl.nl HI III GE3?ak II m 111 111 in 111 '111 VI 111 III V W I 1T 1 - ! iK-t. :1w-v.iJfi.ii,li - - ---a Ftt t 9 I EIGHT 'PAGES 56 COLUMNS. ' SCRANTON. TA., WEDNESDAY MORNING,. AUGUST 29, 1894. TWO CENTS A COrY. THE TRIBUNE HASA LARGER BONA FIDE CIBCUUT MORNING PAPER " i 1 1 1 1 1 "" -- - . . - T OF Scenes at the Close of tbe Remarkable Ses sions. USUAL EXCHANGE OF BDQUETS The Session of the Fifty-third Form ally Ended at 2 O'Clock Yesterday. President Cleveland Congratulates the House Upon the Successful Conclusion of Its Business It Was Not Necessary to Stop the Senate Clock. T Washington. Aug. 28. 'HE last net iu tbe great legislative spectacle that bas attracted tbe attention of tbe whole country for tbe Uit dido tuonthi. was psrformed ia the sen its chamber to day, and was the last interesting and most eominonplace perform mce that ever closed a long...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 29 August 1894

CI THE SC17ANT0N TRIBTTN'E "WEDNESDAY MOKNINQ', AUGUST 29, 1894.' BASE BALL Ecrenton Yerj Nearly Loses a Gam) In the Ninth Inning. GREAT RALLY OF THE ER1ES Springfield-Wilkes-Barre Game Called at End of Sixteenth Innings with the Score a Tie Providence and Syra cuse the Other Eastern League Winners Standing of the Clubs. National and State Leagu Results. Base Ball and Other Sporting Notes. RIE went down be fore MmiRiter-CaD-tsia CabiU's In dians yeterduy, although by a very mall margin, aud in cons queues we add several points to onr percentage, and boiog a tie with Snrincfleld for fifth place, tbe game between the latter and Wilkes Barre resnltine in a tie after sixteen innings. Providence ngain defeated AUentownand Syracuse defeated Buffalo, going into seeoud place nad forcing the Bisons down a noloh In the pennant scramble. Tbe percentages of the clabi, num ber of games won and lost by each, aud their standing in the championship race is as follows: V.'on. Lost. PerC't. Providenc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 29 August 1894

THE SCTiANTON TRIBUNE -WEDNESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 21), 1894. 3' A Foe to Dyspepsia 6000 BREAD USE THE FLOUR And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO THE TRADE BY The Weston Mill Co, EEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS J THt 6FNUINE' POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE IN IT1 A 19 G.. B. & Co., tsinrlntarl nw Earth OlffW. Garney, Brown & Co. Mfrs. (lltKI UUllMi: bUUAHK. DR. H. B. WARE will be in his office on and after the first week in Septem ber. PERSONAL. Theodore Coniinll returned yesterday from a business trip to Philadelphia. Miss Neitle Keating, of Pittston, and Miss Margaret Campbell, of Carbondale, are fuests at the residence of John E. Bon he. Rev. P. J. McMnnns, pastor of St. Paul's cntirco, or ureen Ktuge, who Has been on a visit to Europe for the past mouth, bulled for home yesterday. Miss Minnie D. Norris. who lias been with Goldsmith's bazaar for the past nine years, resigned her position and lett yoS' terday to visit relatives in the west. Dr. R. H. Gibbons was su...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 29 August 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE "WEDNESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 29, 1894. PUIUSHED DIUT IN SCHaNTOH. M. TM TRISUNB PUBLISHINQ COHPANVi . ", . ' C P. KINGSBURY. UraVoMtrnui Tiimm Nih tmm lOOIIfCUS MAI1 MTTia. 'Trluters' Ink," tlie recognized Journal for advertiser, rate the MKANTON Hi I BINE as (he best advertising medium In Northeastern Pennsylvania. "Printers' Ink" knows. CUNTOH ECKANTON. AUGUST 29. 1894 REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor: DANIEL H. HASTIXQ8 OF ft NT Ell. for Lieutenant Governor: WALTEK LYON, Ok ALLtUUtNY. ' for Auditor General: AM08 H. MYLIS, OF l.ANCAtiTtll. for Secretary oflternal Affairs: JAMES W. I.ATTA, or PHILADELPHIA, for C&ngrexsmen-at'Large: OALUMHA A. GROW, OF BUKyUKHANNA. GEORGE F. HUFF, OF WKNTJIORELAiiU. Election Time, Nov. a Repuj'.ucan voters should not for get tlmt Sept. 6 Is the last day for reg istration and assessment and Oct. 6 the last day for tlie payment of taxes. Neglect of this may result iu the loss of their vote. The Wane of a Demagogue. It is on...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 29 August 1894

THE SCRANTON . TRIBUTE-WE D.N ESI) AT MORNING, AUGUST 29, 1894. Teachers : of Cookery have critical audiences. 1 Their cooking must -be perfect They can't afford to make any failures and in their work they must us the best ! . "I have used Cleveland's Baiting I -'"I use Cleveland'! Baking Powder H fowder exclusively for several years, because I have found it what it claims to be, pure and wholesome. The results have been uniformly satis factory." Mary J. Lincoln, Author of the "Boston Cook Book." " I prefer to use Cleveland's 'Baking Powder because 1 consider it per fectly wholesome and it has always given uniform results.'' Carrie M. Dearborn, Latt Principal Boston Cooking School. " I am convinced Cleveland's is the purest baking powder made, and I have adopted it exclusively in my cooking schools and for daily household use." Sarah T. Rorer, Principal Philadelphia Cooking School. All leading teachers of cookery and writers on Domestic Science use and recommend Cleveland's Baking P...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 29 August 1894

c THE SCRANTON TliTBTTNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 29. 1891; ' WEMYSTOYCAK tP . CHAPTER XIL For tho niumt'iit I felt but little sur prise, as I thought Olivin was but mak ing the BAiue mistake Bho had mude forniorly. Yet when I noted that she kuew the tnio date of her lover's return and remarked the strange expression on tho face .of Roue I becamo instinctively convinced that she spoko tho truth. It was Francis Briarfield who stood before nio, and the dead man was Felix. How the change of personality had taken place I was nimble to guess, but never theless felt that it was tnio. ' Rose Gernon, with a look of disap pointed rage, was tho first to speak. She stamped her foot and laughed scorn fully. "This is ridiculous!" she said con temptuously. "It was Francis who died. Ho" 1 "Francis did not die, as you well know," interrupted the young man. "Felix fell into his own trap, and for safety I assumed his name. I believe you were aware of this all along." "How can that bo? And if I reall...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 29 August 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 29, 1894. GENERAL NEWS 1 OF Tbe statement xt the business of the Reading Railroad tompaoy for tbe month of July thowi: Qroee reeelpti, $1,779,014.03; grosi expenses, $986, 000.68, leaving a profit in operating of $798,013.85; riet receipte from other Boarcea, $60,179.47, making, tbe profit for tbe month $853,192 83. From tbii, bowerer, tbe following deductions nre made: Equipment payment, $118, 579.81; terminal trackage, $30,000; one twelfth of current year's fixed charges (estimated), $705 000, miking total charges of $873,579.71 and leaving a de ficit for the month of $20,380 89. For tbe corresponding period of last year tbe deficit was $61,092.15. Tbe deficit for the current year to date ie $1,216,650.92, an increase of $133, 007.71 as compared with tbe same period in 1893 Tbe statement of the bniiness of tbe Reading Coal and Iron company for tbe month of July shows gross receipts, $1,039,874.99; gross expenses (made tip as follows, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 29 August 1894

8' THE SCR ANTON TtllBUNE "WEDNESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 29. 1894. A WORD OR TWO T FIRST When we have a good thinor we are anxious to divide it among our friends. We require more space for our Fall Trade and all Summer Goods must make way. We can not afford to carry them over until next season. We give you Bargains. SECOND Our Fall Goods are com ing in daily; very choice designs and colors. Kid Gloves in all new shades and popular lengths. Cor , sets, all sizes and best makes. Laces, Dress Trimmings, Umbrellas, Hosiery, Etc. Every de partment is a reservoir of style and elegance. Val ues beyond the wildest dreams of the economi cal. We never resort to extravagant statements, but will let the goods speak for themselves. THIRD The Fashions illustrated in our Monthly are the latest. We are the only dry goods house that pub lishes a Fashion Monthly and hope you appreciate our efforts. If you wish to dress well and dress economically, don't fail to read it. GORMAN'S K EYSTONE Academy FACTOK ...

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