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

THE SCBAKTON THIBDNE-FltlUAY MORNING. JAM'AKY J, 1S94. lllllli(llllillllllllllllllllllllHIIIIII I . - ripe Valves I ROBERT BURNS' NIGHT Caledonians Coumieuurate ite Aanlvenarj of Distinguished Poets Birch. Fsttinss itTH8 mm flT m mm s THE SCRANTON SUPPLY AND MACHINERY CO, S riiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiifBiiiiii: Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue Lackawanna V Colonel Filzsimmons' Eloquent Trib ute to the Memory of Robert Burns. Other Toasts Responded to by Rev. Dr. McLeod, dudpe Edwards, W. T. Smith, Professor Phillips, Captain Morris and John Peacock Inspir ing Music. .08 Penn Avo. Laundry A. B. WARMAN, Big Cut in Ladies', Misses and Chil dren's All-wool Hose See Them in our Bargain Window. HEARS & HA6EN, 415 Lacka. Avenue. Carpets, Wall Papers, Window Shades, Draperies, Mattings, Rugs, etc. WILLIAMS & McANULTY. 127 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. The bartenders will hold their annual ball iu Turner hall on February 6. TUe sals of geaU for "kobin Hood'' will ...

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

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 2G. 1S94. MITCHELL IS KNOCKED OUT Concluded from paga 1. MITCHELL GREETS CORBETT. The Two Fighters, wheu Arreatad, Trade Perfunctory Oompliinent. Jacksonville, Fla. , Jan. Ho, Soon after the return of Mitohell to the Ev erett house, ami of Corbett to the St. James hotel,' both were arrested on warrants charging them with having cooiuitted the offense of lighting by atfreeuient. The men were both taken to the court house, where their bail was fixed nt 7,S00 each. Bonds for their appearance were furnished. The charge against Mitchell, it is understood, will he tried in the morn ing, but Corbett's case will be post poned to ullew him to go to New York to keep his engagement at the Madison fcuUHre garden on Siturduy night. In the event of Mitchell's trial resulting in a dismissal of the charge, as receut precedents indicate will b the case, Corbett's case will he dismissed on mo tion of his attorney without the neces sity of his returning. Th...

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

THE SCTf ANTON" TRIBTOE-FRIDAY MORNING. JANUARY 26; 1894. XW OOMiVIV HOY I. JO. CHAPTPR It TtlE FLOWTK OT SXA1 This Is not the plticetoootiimcmornte the triula and privations endured by the Immigrant Mi'iiuous before thcv cane to their final haven. From the shores of the Mississippi to the western slopes ol the luvUv mountains they hud vtrujrvrled on with u eonstuney almost unparalleled In history. The savage inan, uml the savage beast, hOBger, thirst. tktiffUe mill iliseuse .vein Impediment which nature eould place in the way. had all been over come with AnffloSaxon tenacity. Vet the long journey and the ueeumulute.l terrors had shaken the hearts of the 6toutest among them. There was. not f i.e who did not sink upon his knees lu heartfelt prayer when they saw the broad valley of Utah bathed in the sunlight beneath them, and learned troiu the lips of their leader that this was th promised land, and that these viryiu ueivs Were to be theirs forever more. Young speedily proved himself...

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

s THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE FR I DAY MORNING. JANUARY 26, 1894. Stationery In great variety at prices to Suit the Times. c B. PRATT. GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT THE NEXT WEEK OR TEN DAYS Will be Important to buyers of Dry Goods and exceedingly profit able, especially to purchasers of Dress Qoods. We have just liu ished bur annual inventory, ami previous to opening our newsprint stock, have several lines that must bo disposer! of, Buyers will find tempting in ducements and rare opportunities. In Silks and Dress Goods In Ladies' and Misses' Jack ets, In Printed Cottons, In Housek'pi'g Linen Goods In Hosiery and Underwear In Dress Trimmings, In Lace Curtains. We note below a few of the re ductions in DRESS GOODS s.i?. All Wool Dress Goo Is IteJuced to 48a 75 All-wool Dress Goods Reduced to :iT4c. t!" . All-wool Dress Goodi Reduced to 85c. 80c. All-wool Dress Goods Reduced to Boo. BARGAINS IN CLOAKS. We offer all odd Jackets and Newmarkets and all the accumu lation in Cloak Department at less than...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 27 January 1894

a ilJKill l.NKSS, good humor J K and snap are the, essen t tials of successful jour- naiism. Stranton (Eribunc EIGHT PAGES--50 COLI MS. X lTRSUANCEoftliisbc- I lief, THE TRIBUFE will I I do its bust to push stead x3 Uy ahead. SCBAKTON. PA.. SAT U 1 I) AY MOBNING, JANUABY -7. 1804. TWO CENTS A COPY. THAT r3 If FEB IEA TO DEPOSE ftLL CITY MQNARCHS The Conference of Municipal Reformers Takes Action Against Bossisu. PERMANENT ORGANIZATION URGED It Is Designed to Form a General Association, with Local Branches In Each City Afflicted with Corrupt Ftulers or Malodorous Municipal Politics Speakers and Themes at the Final Day of the Philadelphia Gathering of Reformers. Philadelphia, Jan. 26. TODAY'S MMtoa of the untiounl conference for ?ood city rot ernruent was culled to ordsr by Chairman Carter. After an ad dress by Rev Was'niiiijton Gladden, of Onlnmbnt, O . on "the Influence opou ifficmliiii office" tlie folio win pream ble aud resolutions were adopted un- Dimotuly. Whereas The elements ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 27 January 1894

THE SCRAXTOX TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING. JANUARY 27, 3 894, ONE CENT A Word Want of all hinds cost that mvch, ex cejif Situations Wantcd.which art inserted tREE. - i ,i i-i - i l Situation Wanted. 'iYeaiSeViTheTs TO READ I two hour uvcrv evening to ireniloinau .r ludy. DAVID sHIHRA. j Wlltog BVS, SITUATION WANTED BY YOUNG O man with two yours' experience In iewely arid watch repiring More; would like to learn ni no of the bMMHI wages no object: MM of rcferencus. Addreis H.. box 2S. Mont- ose, Pa, A Ell) NEAT SEWER WISHES A Y few customera by the day. Address Ores! maker, general delivery, city. GENERAL NEWS V'VRSE LADIES' NUUSE WOULD LIKE .. . few engagements Address MRS CHARLOTTE LEDTE. Dunmoic. Pa. w O Wanted. anted' "stoke room on lacka- wanna avehile. Address X. W. Z.. P Citv. Of INDUSTRIES Large Operations PianD33 at Dinnnra for Red.mp'.ioD of Wute Coal. MR. DIMfiCK'S LARGE CONTRACT He Makes an Agreement with the Pennsylvania Coal Company Giving Him the Option on Two Big Coal Dum...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 27 January 1894

JIIE SCRAN TON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING. JANUARY 27, 1894. 8 PIANO i WEBER SHAW W QliEAT VARIETY. No Fake Sale in Ours We htT hotter barenlmi evprv He? In t) r than o-cn!led "bnrRftin day, clfariuR tles," unil lueh well-kuown. worn-out, plyd-out bcIiouipr will afford. luT real buriiiiuis iu FlttST-CLASb MEW PIANOS AND ORGANS SEE US. EMERSON PIANOS Popular, reliable and within lyour reach. HALLET & DAVI3 PIANOS Jiayo taken over 100 first premiums is the past lilty yuan, Ot'jer mak(i of Planrw. Fonr mak-w of Orpann in beautiful new ositu. (See our Itoclc baton buying. Wo hare the good. Cur rica uit right, Every Uuug U the STELLE k SEEI1Y IS4 Wyoming Ave., Scranton, Pa. BEWARB OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE GENUINE POPUUff Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS B. Se Co,, tmnript"') on Eaoh C'gar PS PROM CHURCHES The Leading Events of (lie Week in Scran ton's Religious Circles. WHAT THE CITY PASTORS ARE DOING Dr. R. S. McArthur, of New York City, to Lecture at Elm Park Church on an Interesting Topi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 27 January 1894

1 THE SCKANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MOHNPTG. JANUARY 87. 1894. SCRANTON TRIBUNE F. E. WOOD, General Manager. PtTBLlSaXri DAILY AND WEKtLT IS SCRAH TON. PA.. SY lUS lUUUKS PUUUSHIflO COHTAHY. New Tobr Omos: Tbibuiib BOlLD! it an K 8. Gray. Manaoeil Vutered at the PoitofUce at Permian, Pa, at Secontt-Cltut A'oi.' i'a'ter. THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. SCRANTON, JANUARY 27, 18W. KEPUBLICANSTATE TICKET (OK COJiURKSSMAX-AT LARGE. OALUSHA A. GROW, OF SUSQUEHANNA, ELECTION FEBRUARY 20. THE TRUTH OF IT. That was a slimjinj arraiynment o f Democratic incompetency which Sena tor (lallinaer oj Ktw Hampshire made the other day. The soKd granite of his ptni rock-ribbed state is not more firm i.'An are the MOMmtT) jirinciiles that he enum iatcd. Here is one crisp citation: "All oner the land the rue hoes of taHff reform simj the same somj while the fat-lories are idle and want and sorrow are in thousands and and tens of thousands o f households. The laboring man wants work, not words; bread, not glittering p...

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

THE SCK AN TON TRIBUNE-S Al 1 KDAY MORNING. JAN CAR V 27, 1894. unuiiiimiiiiimsii iiaiitigmimimt. I Pipe I Valves I J Fittings I I THE SCRANTON SUPPLY AND MACHINERY CO a siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifl9itiiiiiiisiiitai8i Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue Lackawanna THE Laundry TRIAL SNYDER All of the Testimony (or the Prosecution Bas Not Yet Been Hard. 08 Penn Ave. A. B. WAF5MAM. Grand Display OF LsOBS 391(1 Embroideries AT MEARS & HAGEN'S, 415 Lacka. Avenue. Carpets, Wall Papers, Window Shades, Draperies, Mattings, Rugs, etc WILLIAMS & McANULTY. 127 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. Tie sale of seats for "The Bwm from l.ibby" amateur entertainment Will open at the box office tlila morning. The Henry Comedy company presented ''The Millionaire King'' at Musio ball lata evening for the benefit of the Coachman's asaociatiou. The same company will ap pear again this eveulng. Samuel Wilson, of Hah way, N. J., will deliver his third bible lecture tomorrow evening at 7.80 in Chris...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 27 January 1894

6 THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE -SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 27. 1694. LIVE NEWS OF TWO Events of the Upper End of Luzerne County Briefly Narrated. MEETING OF CITIZENS' COMMITTEE Names of Nominees for Ward Officers Are Presented and Ratified Tallie Evans Resigns the Nomination for Borough Auditor and the Vacancy Is Filled by the Nomination of John P. Green Impressive Funeral Ser vices Over the Remains of Thomas Lynsky Other Pittston Topics. Tin Scrantun TRIBUHt'l Pittston de partment Is iu chargo of J. M. Fahy, to whom pews items and complaints may bo referred. The citizeus' nominating committee met in the town hall lust evening. The meeting was oalled to order soon after s o'clock by Chairman Bioholtier, who in a brief speeuli alluded to the impor tance ot the meeting. William Drury made a motion, which was seconded, that the meeting, beginning with the ?rst ward and continuing down, ratify the nomination of the several catnli ibites nude at the ward caucuses. Thomas Cody submitte I the follo...

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

THE SCHANTON TBIBUXE SA'iT RDAY MORNING. JAXf ARY L'T, 1894. THE DINING TABLE. INFORMATION ABOUT ALL KINDS AND QUALITIES OF TABLE LINEN. J3V J. COM r- CUAPTETl IIL j?m FESnreii talks wrrn the rmrHzr Three weeks had passed since Jefl'er 'son ilopo and his comrades had depart ed from Salt Lake City. John I'crrier's heart was sore within him when lie thought of the young mrui's return, and of the impending1 ios of his adopt ed child. Yet her brirrlit und happy face reconciled him to the arrangement more than any arynmsnt could have done. lie had always determined, deep down in His resoltfts) heurt. that notliinsf would over induce him to iiUow his daughter to Wtd a Mormon. Such a marriage ho regarded as no marriage at all, but as a lhaj&e and a disgrace. Whatever he night think of the Mormon doctrines, upon that one point lie was inflexible. He had to Kjal his mouth on the subject, however, for to express an orlhodovopinion was u dangerous natter in those days in Laud o the Saints....

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

8 THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MOTIVING. JANUARY 27. 1894. Stationery In great variety at prices to Suit the Times. c. B. PRATT. GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT THE NEXT WEEK OR TEN DAYS Will bo important to buyers of Dry Goods and exceedingly profit able, especially to purchasers of Dress Goods. We have just fin ished our annual inventory, and previous to opening our newsprint stock, have several lines that must be disposed of. Buyers will find tempting in ducements and rare opportunities. In Silks and Dress Goods In Ladies' and Misses' Jack ets, In Printed Cottons, In Housek'pi'g Linen Goods In Hosiery and Underwear In Dress Trimmings, In Lace Curtains. TVe note below a few of the re ductions in DRESS 600DS 85& All Wool Dress Goods Ueduced to 48a 75a All-wool Dres9 Goods Reduced to iiTJo. 6"c All-wool Dress Goods Reduced' to 89a 50a All-wool Dress Goods Reduced to 80a BARGAINS IN CLOAKS. We otl'er all odd Jackets and Newmarkets and all the accumu lation in Cloak Department at less than ...

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

I ARItiHTNESS, good humor K ;iud snap are the essen- Mais of successful jour S uulisui. - - - 4. 4k. - "M 6 "- I"IWSB W (tribune. X PURSUANCE of this be lief, THE TRIBUNE will do its best to push stead- ily ahead. EIUHT PAGES--56 COLUMNS. SCRANTON". PA.. MONDAY MORNING. JANUABY -U, J8!4. TWO CENTS A COPY. TMAT BOOK nws m WILSON TARIFF OFFEI MEANS MTERT4 LIME Present Status ol tbe Measure as Contrasted with Its First Form. THE INCOME TAX PART WILL WIN There Is a Growing Belief That This Populistic Feature of the Measure, Although Odious t Many Demo crats, Will Be Forced Through Under the Crack of the Party Whip. Some of the Modifications That Have Been Made in the Various Schedules Hawaiian Topics to Oc cupy the Senate's Time. Washington, Jan. 28. THERE will now h a OMMtloo for a time of tariff talk in tba housa anil the members will addre themselves for three days this week to tbe mysteries and perplexities ami pros And cons of the income tax The McMillin bill upon this subject re p...

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

THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY MORNING. JANUARY 29. 1894. ONE CENT A Word Haul of all kinds cos( "'a' much, ex tvof Situation! Vanted,uhrh ave insetted FREE. Situations Wanted. READER WISHES BtTUATIO . TiiK 'AD two hours everv evonin-t) rtniasmaa or lady. DAVID wtuBBA, 8423 t'itig on ave. QITUATION WANTED BY YOL'NU man with two years' expert BO In jewely ami watch repairing store; would Iiko to learn m rc of the business: wages no object; best of referenctii. AddrussH.. box 2i4s, Mont rose, Pa, GOOD NEAT SEWEK WI-1IES A fow customers by the ity. Address Dresv u.aker, MMt il delivery, city. WantcJ. GENERAL NEWS Of INDUSTRIES Somo of the latest S!g"s of BoslBess RVy val Briefly Nj ed. .MOT MILL FIB BRIGHT This Will Be a Merry Monday Morn ing in Many a Manufacturing Center as Suspended Machinery Is Re dedicated to Purposes of Trade. Current Phases of the Industrial Situation as Revealed in Lively Paragraphs. I 'ANTED- STORE ROOM ON LACK A Vl waunu avenue. Address X W. Z., P O , City. Age...

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

TIIE SCRAN TON TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING. JANUARY 2i, 181)4. IK GREAT VARIETT. No Fake Sale in Ours We linve hotter rmrealns tvorv Aav In trp year than no-called "bargain days, " "clearinir esltV and such well-known, worn-out, played-out nrheme will alTord. Iut real baruaiua la HHbT-CLASS NEW PIAJOS AND ORGANS see: us. EMERSON PIANOS Popular, reliable and within .your reach. HALLET & DAVIS PIANOS Hsve taken over 100 first premiums tB iLepsst fifty years. Otfior make of Planni. Four mak. pr Organs In beautiful new design. See onr Hock before buying. We barn the good, tlnr prices art right Kveryimujj m th luusic hua. STELLE & SEELEY IS4 Wyoming Ave., Scranton, Pa. EEWARB OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE GENU'NE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G.t B. 8c Co., Imprinted en Each Cigar Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. hi 1. 1 , -U Ai.lv DR. H. B. WARE SPECIALIST. EYE, EAR, KOSE AND THROAT. OFFICE HOURS :WtS-h. '35 WYOMING AVE. TERSOXAL. Captain John C. Delaney, of Harmburg, la visiting frie...

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

THE SCfl ANTON THIHUNE-MONDAY MOANING. JANFApY 189f. SCRAN TON TRIBUNE F. E. WOOD, General Manager. PtTlUIMt) Dlt,Y AND WII.K1Y IS SCHAK MX. PA., UY lUL UlllOUNC I'tULlbUINO tour A .Nr. New Vohk Orrioc Tiumjnb Dcilbino. FlIANK B On AY. llANAnllt. Vulertd at the I'ontotnee at 'min'on. fa., o Steond-Cta Mai' Halter. THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. SCRANTON, JANUARY .".. ISM, REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET FOR CONUUESSJIAN-AT I.AROE, QALV8HA A. GROW, OF SU8QDBHAMNA, ELECTION FEBRUARY M PERSISTENCE PAYS. 0M drop donsti't I'itre? 9 roek: OM t'llfft doetftf u i a 0 adevr- ttsement, inserted for one time, doesn't f'liiW up a prolito:l)!e and pennanen' trait. The thing to do is .rtjf t iwl WjAf, and then keep uvfiinrhingly al it, l)ay, months and ytttf, MM, may elapse be fore the nurivM i. ivwpl' iitif tt'ii it ifati i'0'.if, yt'u'M not regret the preliminaries. DlAS SixofKi.Y "First catch your harmony tforc you exhibit it." Da Mk. Simieri.y iy a rif t y dollar liteiise tax on Satur J jv' politic 1 farce co...

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

. THE MK ANTON TRIBUNE MO N DAY MORNING. JANUARY i.B, 1894. .1 yiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiimiiiu; s - iPme Valves ROCCO UNDER ARREST ! Supposed Abductor of Little Eddie Bro'.lr.floii Is Found in Tliis City. g 1 1 TAKEN BACK TO WILKES-BARRE 5 THE SCRANTON SUPPLY AND MACHINERY GO, riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii NorrmanA Moore ' FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue Lackawanna THE 5F8 Penn Ave. Laundry A. B. WARMAN Grand Display Laces and Embroideries AT HEARS & HAGEN'S, 415 Lacka. Avenu9. Carpets, Wall Papers, Window Shades, Draperies, ftiattings, Rugs, etc. WILLIAMS & McANULTY. 127 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. NOW ASD l'HE.V. fcjuiieezed iu the cotter's narrow seat. Wrapped ud in fur robes, eaog and warm. With iieatod -.i acetones at th. ;r fr, His arm around bur slender Ions, TL lovers ride. The iui.,nl'tht silver hill and riold, to lo-h a de-1 rtt b Old ivt of. suow. Huw can ihj wild .'ii hulu but y.eld. And; ay Liar In sii months or so. she 11 bu bis bride? L...

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

i I 0 THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 29. 1894. LIVE Ml OF TWO PITTSTONS Events of tbe Upper End of Luzerne County Briefly Narrated. Y.M.C.A. ANNIVERSARY OBSERVED Thirteenth Birthday of the Piftfton Association Commemorated by Suit able References in All the Pittston Churches Kearney and Hendricks Each Sentenced to One Year at Hard Labor and a Fine of $300 and Costs Other Newsy Gleanings from the Twin Villages. iTllK SCRANTON TRIBI'NF.'S PittBtOtl de partment is in charge of J. M. Faliy, to whom nowu items and complaint may bo effrred.l Tlit Thirtopnth anniversary of tbe Young Mvu'a Christian association, of this place, was nnjironriMtoly observed by special services to nearly all tbe churches of this place iu coiumemora tiou :' .!:! event lust oveniiiK. Tb president's report was read and an ad !r9s on the work of the nasociation de livered The speakers who spoke at tbe various churches are as follows: Broad street Presbyterian church, aldreee bv lieortfe Mhy, ifsueral ...

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

i THE &CRANTOX TRIBU'NE-MOXDAV MORNING. JANUARY 29. 1H94. CHAPTER IV. A 1L1CRT TUB LIFS On the BOntlng which followed his interview with the Mormon prophet, John Ferrier went Into Salt Lake City, and having found his tcqusintSUMS, ho was bound for the Nevudu moun tain, he intrusted him with his mes Mttfe to JetFerson Hope. In it he told the yOUhj? niau at the imminent (lun ger Which threatened them, u;ul how ueeessary itwa that he should return, lluvinff done tltus, he felt easier in his mind, und returned home with u light er heart. As he approached his farm, h was surprised to see u horse hitched to each of the posts of the 'ate. Still more surprised was he on entering to find two young men in possession of his sitting-room. lne. wiili a limp, pale face, was leaning back in the! rocUinc-chuir, with his feet cocked' upon the stove. The other, a bull necked youth with coarse, bloated fea tures, was itanding In irout of the window with his hands in his pockets, whittling a popula...

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

1 8 THE SCRANTXXNT TRIBUNE-MONDAY MORNING. JANUARY 29, 1894. Stationery In great variety at prices to Suit the Times. c. B. PRATT. GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT Hamburg and Swiss Embroideries. WK SAVE now open and on sale tlif newest and nu)st desirable things in the ever-popular Embroideries. Our stock of last season's goods had been reduced to a very low point previous to opening our new and beautiful Collection tor the spring of 1S!U. The goods came direct from the makers on the other side to the wearers on this side, with only OUT own moderate profit as distributors. Cambridge Elgings, 1 to 12 inches, from 1 to 50 cunts. Cambric Insertions, to S inchw, from 10 to 50 cents. All-over Embroidery (Cambric), 20 inchs wide, from 50 cents to $1.50, Nainsook Embroideries, 1 to 10 inches, from IH to 75 cent. Nainsook Insertions, : to 2 inches, from from 10 to 50 ctnts. Nainsook All OYW,20 inches wide, from 50 cents to $1 35, Nainsook Flouncing?, 40 inches wide, from 89 cents to $1 50. Fnll lin of...

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