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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 15 September 1894

"THE TRANSLATION OF A SAVAGE." "THE TRANSLATION 1 OF A SAVAGE." 1 & nn TWELVE PAGES-84 CuJwllNS. BCRANTON, PA.. SATUITD-AY MOBNING. -BEPTEMBEIl 15. 1894. TWO CENTS A COPY. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SCRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER J :TT7.-: . . . I I IS VIEWED IH PHILADELPHIA Chairman Gllkesoa Is Hard at Work on State Campaign Details. BRIGHT CONGRESSIONAL OUTLOOK The State Committee Is Confident of 1 Gaining Seven Congressional Votes for Protection, and Would Not Be Surprised if the People Should Make It Nine The Result in Maine Puts Pennsylvania on Her Honor. tttdal to the Scranton Tribuiu . Philadelphia, Sept, 14. CHAIRMAN GILKESON and a I U force of assistant are bmily en- II J fTHgtd at Republican state bsad KZ quartersin tbis city gath ering up ths lines of battle. Tbe de tailed work usually looked after by tbe stats committee is being performed this your with as muob ears as if tbe i.snewerein doubt "We hare one ambition here,"...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 15 September 1894

THE SCRA2TTON TRIBIfN'E SATURDAY MOKNTlTGr, SEPTEMBER 15, 1894. BASE BALL Today Will End the Eistera League Season la Scrantoa. PROVIDENCE TO OPPOSE SCRUM The Club to Disband After the Game Today All Present Players Re servedStanding of the Clubs Na tional and Eastern League Sum maries of Games Played Yesterday. General Sporting Miscellany. SJ ODAY will end the ti Eaatern leattuo sea son in this city, and Providence will be the opposing nine. All the players, with possibly one or two exceptions, will de part for their homes today after , the games. Manager Ca . bill baa reserved all of the present players for next season, when he prom ises with snoh additions as may be necessary to place a winning team in the field. As it is, he has gathered 1b a Terr abort time a creditable array of ball players, lnasmnoh as few experts Were looking for a plaee on any team at the time the Sorantons entered the Eastern league. In the games played yesterday, Yonkers defeated Erie ink game de void of ...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 15 September 1894

THE SCTtANTON TItlBtJNE-SATUItDAY MORNTNX. SEPTEMBER 15. 1894. 3" ft Foe to Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD -USB TBS SHOW WHITE FLOUR And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALH TO THE TEADE BY The Weston Mill Co, BEWARB OF COUNTERFEITS J THE 6ENUINE POPUUB Punch Cigare HAVE THE INITIALS Garney, Brown & Co. Mfri. COOBT HOOS1C BQUAKK. Dr. H. B. WARE PRACTICE LIMITED TO THE EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT 40 6-Spruce Street. Offlc. Hours: j?80- I 3 TO 0. SOUTH SIDE. (Usular Keating o the South Sid Boar fad. The Sooth L . .... d of trade met hat night bat the sensation expected from George Frable, who was billed for another slash at the eouncilmen, (Hi not materialize. It was a poorly attended meeting, bnt what it lacked in numbers was counterbalanced with vivacious business spirit. The secretary made a statement that pressure of bnsinesi withheld him from getting a tabulated statement of the accounts for money expended on the streets from the ward appropriation, and be promised to be rea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 15 September 1894

T' ' THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 15, 1S9. 0e ctanfon Ztitmt PUILKNCO ltY IN 8eT0(l, . Imuh fvsuswKO COHMMT. t p. Kinosaunr. New Vena or-oi tiimn rat. Mammch. tIMaMUM TT. "I'rlnten' Ink," the reoogulzod Journal for Blf ertlners, rate the bCBAMTON Xlillil'KKa the beat advertising medium In Northeastern Ve-neylvanla, "Frl-tor' Ink" know. tCRANTON. SEPTEMBER, 15. 18W. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKIT, For Governor: DANIEL H. HASTING or CKMT-K. For Lieutenant Governor: WALTER LYON, OVALLSUHEKr. For Auditor General: AMOS H. MYLIX, Or LaJCABTkR. ir Secretary oflternal Affair JAMES W. LATTA, or vaiLADicriUAi fT (toHS-eMmavat-iarpe; OALUBHA A. OROW, or SUfKiDBHANNA. GEORGE P. HUFF, or wisTMORiuAua. 1 Mil on Time, oy. & REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. for Conorem: JOSEPH A. SCRANTON. For Law Judge: ROBERT W. ARCHBALD. for 6lktrlff: FRANK B. CLEMONS. For-Countv Treasurer: THOMAS D. DA VIES. For Clerk of the Court: JOHN H. THOMAS. for Frothonotary: CLARENCE E. PRYOB For JHttrlct A tto...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 15 September 1894

THIS SCll ANTON TIUBUNE SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 145, 1894. By UI2UIUHU!l!llIIIIIIUIIi:iII!UIIIIllim I CREAM CITY 1 Bread and cake raised with fit CRYSTAL WATER TAKEN SURPRISE BQDIESWERE RENEWED 128 Wyoming Ave. A FRENCH COUTEL CORSET FOR 58c. Q exhibition in our wlndov. SEH THEM. Board of Health and Sanitary Committee In 'be - State Board or Charities Is in tbe City. Hanj Patients Admitted to St. Luke's DalLon spect Reservoirs. Home This Season. BUT ONE CAUSE FOR COMPLAINT This Was Found at Justus, Where the CITY INSTITUTIONS ARE INSPECTED SORT OF CHARITY WHICH PAYS keep their freshness and flavor. CUulamt Bakutg Powttr Co., New Kr, Suaastr to Cltvtland Bniktrt, Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenuo But your COLLARS starch In tke M ay. when yon can have them !';''' Suable Buttonhole, for TWO CENTS EACH. Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY FALL OPENING OF Silks Dress Goods AND Trimmings SATURDAY SEPT. 13 lars & Hagen 415 Lacka. Ave. If you want Carpets, Draperies, Wall Pape...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 15 September 1894

IliVlllliVI 0 TI1E SCKAHTON TllLBU-NE-SATUIlDAY MORNiSHH. aEPTEMJJEK 15, lay. AS VIEWED BV OUTSIDER Some Impressions of Scranton That Will In terest City Residents. POINTS TOO OFTEN IGNORED Cleverly Written Incidents of a Visit to This City by One Who Had Mis takenly Regarded Scranton as Only a Dirty Coal Town Without Other Attractions How This Falsa Opin ion Was Dispelled and Some Thoughts Suggested by the Disil lusionment. Fur the Saturday Tribune. Chicauo. Sept. 11. WvN THE curs, en route forSmuitou II my compuniou ami 1 chatted III ulong dreading to reach the city vzs as there we were to part. With eyes accustomed to the Hat, uninterest ing environs of Chicago, and ears long used to bearing others enthuse over the beauties and wonders of the west we were not a little surprised as we drew near to the wnoko-bi'grhiieil city, at the sight of the towering masses of bills which stretched away on every Bide, losing themselves in the clouds that seem to touch their rugged heads. As au ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 15 September 1894

THE fiCRANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 15, 1894. SILL SOCIETY ' STANDS AGHAST Fresh Sensations Seriously Imitate New York'g Select Four Hundred. : THE DRAYTOS-BORROWE SCANDAL A Divorce Suit That Involve the Honor of the . Ancient House of Astor The Sanctity of Ward Mc Alllster's Home Invaded by an Act ress Some of the Unpleasant Fea turei of Being Prominent. Tor (he Saturday Tribunu Ttie eeleot society of New fork' epper tendom lms bad a surfeit of scandals late ly. First came the story from abroad con owning the domestic infelicities of the Willie K. Vandcrbilts, the present separa tion and prospective divorce of these social lions, with edifying sidelights on Mrs. VanderbUt'stemper and Willie K.'s Pari sian peociuliltM. , This delicious morsel occupied the gos sips of Newport, Lenox, Saratoga and oth er place whore swell Now Yorkers con gregate for a full week. Then came an- LIZZIE M'CALL-WALL. other buret of thunderous sound, which had been foreshadowed by two months o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 15 September 1894

niE SCR ANTON TKIBUNJi .SATURDAY MOKNING, SKFTKMliKK 15, 1894. "irJt. : -JEk Social- With Moody, food ettrictioM at tbe theater, a fw wadding, the tennis tonrner, and danciof partiM, all In one week, the aoaial element bad. ample op portunity to eoqalre a momentum and whirl which will oontinne to a greater or lata dogree until lent The mention Df Moody In the liat of aoclal features la merely a faithful ohron'.ole of newt and la not laerilege. Many darlred benefit from the meetings, some only amatantent, and it ia trne tbat the ma jor portion went for the latter parpoae, Soraoton hai been a aort of night mare to tnanagera of the higher elaei of tfceatrtoals. To be a are there are many standard plays, many Drominent Raton, who attraot large audiences in this eity, but generally the beat Soran ton people either remain away trom geed attractions or attend faree torn adrea or plays of the lighter Tein. Bemnton's piny-going reputation is in aeeordeoce with these statements. During the wi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 15 September 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNTKG. SEPTEMBER 15, 1894.' 9 THE. The evangallstio work now being conducted in onr city will be continna j till the tint of October, E. W. Bliss closed hii work on the West Side last evening. Mr. Shiver will take his place, holding his first meeting at 8.80 p. m. tomorrow, A secend . tent has been brongbt Into town, . and will be ereeted today in EUctrie park. Mr. Bliss will begin work in this tent in the North End .tomorrow.. All the churches ot Providence have heartily entered into the work, and yesterday afternoon the pastors met to discuss plans. Rev. W. (J. Watkins will su pervise the ereetion of the tent, Rev. George Guild has charge of printing, and Rev. R. a Jones, D. D., is treas urer. Giles Clark has been elected chairman of the working committee. .Tomorrow morning eacheburoh will seleot ten or more workers. These per sons will meet Mr. Bliss tomoorow af ternoon at 8.30 o'clock in the North Main Avenue Baptist church, and b appointed to the...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 15 September 1894

10 THE SCI? ANTON TEIBUXE SATtTODAY MOENING,- SEPTEMBER- 15, 1894. 55SiGILBERT PARKER"? Ow OPTniCfrr, CHAPTER L It appeared that Armour bad made tho great Mistake of his iLfOk When peoplo came to know, tlaiy erid that to Lave douo it when sober hucUlxwn him possussed of a kind of maliciousiKsa aud cynicism almost pardonable, but to do it when tipsy proved him nicroly weak and foolish. But tho fact is he was less tipsy at tho timo than was imagined, and ho could havo answered to moro malice and cynkismthau wero-oroilited to him. To tho8ewho kuowtho world it is not singular that of tho two Armour was thought to imvo motto the inistako and bad tho mrsforrnno or that pcoplo-wast-ed their pity and their scorn upon liim alone. Apparently they did not eo that the woman was to bo pitied. Do had married her, and she was only an Indian girl from Port Charles of tho Hudson's pay company, with.a-little honest white blood in bur veins. Nobody, not oven lflrown people, felt 'that sho had any ithi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 15 September 1894

Tim: SCl? ANTON TlilJJtTNE-SATURDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 15. 1894. It Fashion's A GOOD CARRIAGE. Why Oo Grandmother Held Themselves Like Duchesses. An English writer, In spooking of the Yaluo of currying oneself well,- rctiinrks thnti when our grandmothers were ktU ftad.stralglit lacked ohairu lustuud of ouih- T4.II3Tl MADE GOWN, ioned divans were the usual routing 'plneea tbe young woinon bold thoniselves with a Strulglituess that was almost stiffness. Than when they "grew bid they still held' themselves Ukeduchcxses, for it la the way one Bits rather than tbe exerclso one takes that determines the erectness of the figure. A prominent physician says that the proper lttlng position requires that the tplno shall be kept straight, and that the sup port needed for tho upper part shall be felt In tho right place. Therefore It is noces tary to sit as for back In the chair as pos sible, so that the lower end of tho splno shall be braced against tho back of the eat. If this back is straight,...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 15 September 1894

ra THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE -SATTTK DAY MOKSTUTG; SEPTEMBER 15. 1894; BLANKET BARGAINS Mild weather will not last long. Neither will the PRESENT Bargains in Blankets. We placed our orders with makers daring a time of general depression when orders were scarce and prices of raw materials at the lowest point with the re suit that we have secured the most carefully-made goods at the lowest prices. In addition to these we have a number of choice blankets carried over from last season, slightly soiled; to dispose of them quickly have marked them down at least 25 per cent, below prices generally prevailing. Novelty Silks For Autnmn and Winter. Beautiful colors and handsome, new, gracefal designs. Our col lection is larger than ever before and more attractive, while the prices are considerably lower than in any previous year. Seasonable Hosiery A large line of Women's and Children's Hosiery has just come to us at prices lower than ever before reached. GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT DR. REEVES 412 Spruce...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 September 1894

V Mr.Robathan'sLetter APPEARS ON PACE 6. Latest Political Hew? , AND GOSSIP ON PAGE A. 1 fl4i - - EIGHT 'PAGES 50 COLUMNS. SCRANTON. PA.. MONDAY MOHNING. SEPTEMBER 17. 1894. , TWO CENTS A COPY. -I --- . .. - - 1 . i ' 1 " " ' : - , . . - V BRECKINR E . MEETS DEFEAT 1 The Honor of the Blue Grass Region Has Baca Vindicated, WOOL ACTIVE IN TH2 FIGHT Kentucky Ladios Wage a Bitter War fare Against the Colonel and Are Largely Instrumental in His De featThe Silver Tongued Orator a Disappointed Individual Not withstanding He Had the Party Organization at His Back, the Ma chine Is Shattered and He Is Con signed to Political Oblivion. , Lexington, Ky., Si'pt. 16 10Y over the defeat of Colouel W. C. P. Breckinridge at tbe priinu- n I ries was almost hysterical in this vii locality last evening. The tri umph of the women of tlm Blue Gmss country is worthy of tbe energetic champions of virtue. Tl'ey have foutiht valiantly against Colonel Breckinridge and they liuvo won. W. C. Owi ns bus been cbo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 September 1894

TIIE SCKANTON TRIBIfNE-MONDAT MORNING, SEPTEMBER 17, 1894. FAST Til IS IDE Gentlemen Drivers Have an Afternoon of Good Sport. ABIGAIL WINS THE 2.40 EVENT J. L. Crawford's Pair Vins the Team Race and the Ugly-Looking Poor Richard Captures the Three-Minute Event The Track Was Fast and the Crowd Was Satisfied With the Sport Details of the Meeting. THE track was fait at Saturday's races of the Gentlemen's Driv ing club at the Driving park, and muoh interest was taksn by the audience in tha different events. Something new for whioh all were gratefnl was the quality of muaio fur nished. A colored bango player treated the nervous system of the audience to a severe shaking up at last week's rtoes, but on Saturday a violinist and a harp player performed on their respec tive instruments to the satisfaction of everybody. The first event was a team race. Dr. B. II. Throop arrived late and was barred from entering. It took three heats to decide it. In the first beat C. M. Sanderson's fine pair c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 September 1894

THE SCTIANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY MORENO.' SEPTEMBER -17. 1S!)1. 3 A Foe to Dyspepsia 1 : . 6000 BREAD -USB THE And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALK TO 1UE TltADE BY The Weston Mil Co. EEWARS CP COUNTERFEITS J THE SFNIHNE PBWIUW Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITH13 G.. B. & Co., fwnrintpit on Fanh fjlQnr. Sarney, Brown & Co. MfFe. COUUX MOD. ilS tytAUlt Dr. H. B. WARE PRACTICE LIMITED TO THE EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT 406 Spruca Street. Office Honrs: jS80- A QUEElt LIFE ENDED. William Drysdale, a Well Known Shoe maker, Dies by Shooting Three Bullets Into His Body. la a bnck yard, just behind hU shop, a few minutes before 8 o'clock yester day evening, Willhin Drysdale, a well known shoemaker of Taylor, com mitted snicide by shooting himself three times in the left breast. The deed was (lone with a small onliber weapon, and although two of the bal lets went through his heart, the other one taking effect bnt an inch bilow, tbe nnforttmate man liveda half hour, but did not r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 September 1894

THE SCItANTON TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 17, 1894. VDIMBHIO OSII.T IN 8CIINT0II, I1 t usual PwaUSHINO COMMNT. E. r. KINGSBURY, annual RAY, lKABAfcll snth T ri tin aT m "PrintM Tk," tho reroguiiert Journal for lulvertUers, rntrs the KCKANTON IKIUUNBaIiebtidTrtlinj medium lu NorthemU.-u FennejlTanla, "Printers' Ink" kuoirt. fcCRANTON. SEPTEMBER, 17. 18M. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor! DANIEL H. HASTING OrCK.NTEK. For iVmteianf (hirmuir: WALTEIt LYOU CJ" ALIXGUENT. or ttillfer Giwral; AMOS H, MYI.HT, OS LANCASTER, for &crterj eflternat Ajfatm JAMK8 W. LATTA, or V11ILADELPI1IA. for ConQrestmen-at-Lartjet UALUSHA A. GROW, Ol'HL'MJUEHANNA. CKOROK F. HUFF", OF WKSTMOKElAND. Election Time, Mot. ft REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. lor Connresn: JOSEPH A. 8CHANTON. For Law Judge; KolitUT W. AttCHBALD. lor tUeriJT: rUANK II. CLEMONS. For Covntti Trranurer: TUOJ1AS D. DA VIES. For Clerk of the Court,: JOHN H. TIIOMAS. For Prolhimolani: CLAKENCE E. PKYOh For Dillrict A llnrnei: JOUN ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 September 1894

TIIE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 17, 1894. Si tnow what you ary r eating when you use raw Its true composition is given on every label. T Pure " nd " Sure."r 1 " """ Norrmanfi Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue DON'T Bare jour COLLARS starched In tt old tray, when you can have them done with aof pliable Buttonholw fur TWO CENTS EACH. Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY FALL OPENING OF Silks Dress Goods AND Trimmings SATURDAY SEPT. 15 415 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. Williams & 127 Wyoming Ave. tears Men IMniiltu , Twentieth Senatorial Convention. The Republican senatorial convention of the Twentieth Senatorial district will be held at the arbitration room in the court house on Tuendny, the 23th day of Sept., at 11 o'clock a. in., for the purpuse ef nominating a candidate for state sena tor. An election for delegates to this conven tion will be beid on Saturda...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 September 1894

4 G THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 17, 1894. RuBATHAH MILS Budget of Incident and Anecdote Concern ing the Old Country. S318E QUEER ENGLISH MANNERS Abominable Lack of Conveniences in the Matter of Luggage Transpor tationRailway Compartments That Resemble Prison Cells Swansea and Its Peculiarities Evils of the Tipping Nuisance Other Sprightly Notes of Travel. Ior the Scranlon IWimtie. That firet impressions are not las tine I oita truthfully voush for. It they were I would bs the most disappointed individual in Scranton today. For four days previous to my starting on my recunttrip to Europe I lived en tirely od anticipation It is snid that IihU of our life is spent in anticipation. IIow few of them become realizations? Twenty yeuni ago I visited Europe nnd the continent with my jmrontfl. Beini; ti ehlld I was unable to form on intelligent idea of the customs and habits and appreciate the scenery and places of intorest in the old world. For the pant ten years it has be...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 September 1894

iitiii?i ifig3iauimraiiumuiuu ttitii A large amount of DRY GOODS, damaged by water running through from Gross & Foster fire, consisting 'of will be sold regardless of cost. 3j$!j"SS .AIIIIinillinilllSIEIHIIIIIlDIIIIIIEllir: iniiiiji L OF Apropos of the crisis in the anthra cite situation precipitated by the short sighted greed of many of the large carrier companies, of which the Penn sylvania Railroad is the chief and most obstinate offender, the following press comments are interesting, althongh not in every instance accurate. The Wall Street Daily News says: For some reason or other the talk on the high priced coal stocks is bullish. Why this should be so is beyond onr comprehen sion. We have repeatedly shown in those column within the past two weeks, that the history of tlie anthracite coal trade fails to record a time when the trade was in a worse demoralized condition than it has been for the past year or for that matter since the disruption of the McLeod combination. The c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 September 1894

J'JIE ECEANTOH- TKIBUXE-MONDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 17. 1894. LAflKET nmm Mild weather will not last long. Neither will the PRESENT Bargains in Blankets. We placed our orders with makera during a time of general depression when orders were scarce and price3 of raw materials at the lowest point with the re suit that we have secured the most carefully-made goods at the lowest prices. In addition to these we have a number of choice blankets carried over from last season, slightly soiled; to dispose of them quickly have marked them down at least 25 per cent, belowprices generally prevailing. Novelty Silks For Autamn and Winter. Beautiful. colors and handsome, new, graceful designs. Our col lection is larger than ever before and more attractive, while the prices are considerably lower than in any previous year. Seasonable Hosiery A large line of Women's and Children's Hosiery has just come to us at prices lower than ever before reached. GORMAN'S 4i2 Spruce SL, Scranton. Dr. Reeves is certa...

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