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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 September 1894

TIIE SCItANTOlT TKD5XJNE S AT CTTl DAT MOENINGr.' SEPTEMBER 22, 1894. 9 THE. Religious Next Thnriday the Woman's For eign Missionary society 'ot the Wyom ing dlstnot of the Methodist Eplseopai church will hold its annual meeting in the Asbary Methodist Episcopal church. There will be two sessions, at 10 a. a. and 3 v. m. Mrs. W. W. Ires and Rer. A. F. Cliaffae will Rive the address of welcome. Mrs. J. B. Suramer and Mrs. Q. C. Lyman will respond. The reports of the secretaries and treasurer will be followed by the address of the president, Mrs. M. S. Hard. The morning session will close by an address by Mrs. W II. Pesroe on "A Visit to Miss Hall's School in Rome." In the afternoon session a paper will be read by Mrs. F. H. Parsons on "Do I Help or Hinder"; Mrs. B. Jsyue will sing a solo; Mrs. G VV. Green will speak of "Mission Work In Japau;" Miss Lizzie Raub will spoak on "Our School at Lneknow." The ladies of the Asbury church auxiliary will fur nish luncheon and serve it in the S...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 September 1894

t wot- ere) (vinw miimi imtiii lliii SGIfANTdN !fBnit?ITE--SA'rCJRDAY MOEKlNGr. SlMEMBBR 1894; VXrCiy GILBERT PARK EKH CopmiCHT,' CUAPTER V. CONTINUED. Years nfter Unit first morning Marion caught ln'iKi'lf shuddering at tho tlionght that c;nuo to her whew ehv saw Lali hovering on tlio bridge Whatever ilaritm'a faults were, sho had a fine ilia liko of anything that twmcd unfair. Sho had not ridden to hounds for noth ing. She had at heart tin? yporliuuu'ri instilict. It was upon this bitsis indeed thut Richard appealed to her in tho first trying days of Lali's lifo among the.ni. To opposo yoiu' will to Marion on tho basis of HUperior knowledge was only to turu her into u rubel, and a very etfect i' o rebel shu made, for sho had a pretty gift at the retort courteous, and sho eoirtd take as nirteh and as well as sho gave. Slie rebelled at first at assisting in Lali's education, though by llts and Btarts she, would teach her Jinglish rds and help Iter to form long neu Jsuoes and was on ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 September 1894

I DE . SCEOTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 1394. 11 Pasliioini's Faocie: I FALL GOWNS. hades, Quality and S tries In Makeup Most In VoKae. Bluet and straw ehftdesare still In vogue, While petunia and (reranlum tints reappear (A .the. autumn fashions, and Qojflljuicd GKKANIUM COSTUME." with black bid fair to 1)6 as popular UilB coming winter as they wore during tho last one. In splta of repeated assertions that skirts aro dcc?asing in size, tho new mod Is show little difference, in shapu or- di mensions from thoso prevailing in tho iprtng. Tho plain skirt still holds its own In Purls, althougli now usually inado over a soparato lining, instead of. tlio lining be ing sewed In at tho seams. Practically this separate or drop lining, as it is called, Is a drawback rather than an advantage un less itlsmmloof silk and prettily trimmed, in which case a silk potticoat does as well and is generally serviceable besides. A drop lining mado of cambrio is unsightly and adds to tho weight ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 September 1894

12 THE ECEANTOlSr TIUBUXE-SATTTRDAY MORNING; SEPTEMBER 22; 189V Novelty and Fancy PRESS GOODS In extent and variety of beau tiful effects our stock surpasses all former displays. Mauy of the landaoiuest styles cannot bo found elsewhere. Silk and Wool Mixed and Fancy Novelty Dress Goods AT- 49c. PER YARD. REGULAR PRICE, 75o. At the above price these goods could not bo lower had they been admitted to this country entirely free of duty. Dress Trimmings 2few ideas. Silks and beads have coiuo to meet the reviv ing demand for dress trim mings. Che ni If e Table Covers Xew, fresh from the mills. The colors and tints are rich and dainty; the designs are beautiful and artistic. Have bought them practically on our own terms. One and a half yards square, with heavy ball fringe. PRICE $1.19 TOWELS The stock covers a wide range and comprises some of the best bargains we have ever offered. Full and complete line in Ilucks and Fancy Weaves from 10 cents to $2.23. GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT BR REEVES 412...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 24 September 1894

t - AMERICAN SINTPoci Described by IINGERS" Minn Kaiser , . , . on this page. WELCOME South Slde West Side Nows ou second page. Providence Dunmore EIGHT PAGES-5G COLUMNS. SCRANTON. PA.. MONDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 24, 1894. TWO CENTS A COPT. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA ROE CIRCULATION AMONG SCRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER u THE CYCLONE'S DEADLY Serentj -Ore 'Killed and Many Injured by tbe Hurricane, GREAT DAIBAGMTO PROPERTY 'The Storm Which Originated in Iowa - Passes Through Minnesota and i Into Wisconsin Many Persons Are . Killed Outright and Others Are In jured in Various Ways Loss of Property Estimated at $1,000,000. Minneapolis, Sept 23. EPORTS of the destruction wrought by Friday night's cy clone indicate that the loss of life will be in the neighborhood cf seventy-five while tbe injured will lumber several times as many. Some of those hurt are expeoted to die and it is not unlikely that folly 100 persons will be unmoored in tbe list of Ibe cy clone's fury. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 24 September 1894

THE SCE ANTON TRIBUNE-MON DAT MORNING. SEPTEMBER 24, 1894. PIIIIIIIIIIII IWEST SIDEl FUNERAL OF JOHN C. THOMAS. Attended by Foresters and Mambsrs of Xanvilla Aooldsntal Fund. Tba many friends of th lata John C. Thomas, who died from lu jarie re eel Ted in tbe Manville mines, gathered at the family borne on Swetlaod street at 2 SO o'clock yesterday, when funeral services were held. Services were conducted by Rev. D. P. Jones, of the Tabernuole Congre gational chnrch, who spoke of the many excellent qualities of the de ceased. The floral tributes were Tory beautiful. Several basket boqueta were among thn number. Continental lodge, Ancient Order of Foresters, and the Manville Mine Accidental Fund were in attendaaee. Interment wan in the Washburn Street cemetery. The pall bearers were.from the lodge: Ebunez-r Evans, John Edwards and John Bed man; from tbe fond, James Lewis, Joseph Waters and Patrick Gorman. HE WILL RESIGN. ZUt. D. W. Skslllnger to Laavs Shortly for Washington, D. (X Tbe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 24 September 1894

THE SCHANTON TRIBUNE -MONDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 24. 18!4. RUPTURE Can be cured by simple treatments and the truss thrown aside in a short time. No detention from business. A safe and radical cure for every varioty of hernia, by a new method. No charge for consultation and examina tion. SCRANTON GERMAN RUPTURE CURE CO. (LIMITED.) 203 WASHINGTON AVE. A Foe to Dyspepsia ' GOOD BREAD a USE THE SHOW WHITI And always have Good Bread. MaNOTACTTTEED and fob bale to THE TBADE BY The Weston ill Co, EEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS ) ' THE BEHUIME POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE IMmAlS G- B. 8c Co., fmnrlntwrt on f aoh PljWf. Carney, Brown & Co. Mix's. COUliT HOUxK hUUAUK. Dr. H. B. WARE PRACTICE LIMITED TO THE EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT 406 Spruce Street. Office Hours: jo"?1'80' ( 2 TO 5. PERSONAL. Mlis Bessie Weber, of Pleasant Valley, spent Saturday in the city. Miss Tessie Casick, of Lackawanna ave nue, hag returned home from a visit to Brooklyn. Walter Gorman, of Penn avenue, has re turned to Mont...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 24 September 1894

4 THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE MOND .T MORNING-. SEPTEMBER 24, 1894. Puail8HI0 DAILY IN 8CRANT0II, PA.. It Ti taiSUMB PuaUBMINa COMPANY. E. P. KINOSBURV, IN KRAI New Yam email Tiiwh Bwiaiaa. raaaa eiuv, Mamauh. r Maromei AT mant iA AN IOON-OIAM HAlb MTTtUt, "Frlntem Ink," the reeognlzed Journal for advertUera, ratea the SCBANTON IltlHUNE aa the beat advertising medium In Northeaxtern FennaylTanla, "frlntera Ink" knowa. FCRANTON. SEPTEMBER, 21 1894. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor; DANIEL H. HASTING or cemiu. for Ututenant Governor: WALTER LYOU OF AIAEUHIttT. For Auditor General: AMOS H. MYLIN, Or LAMOAHTKB. I or Secretary oIternal Affairs! JAMES W. LATTA, Or PUILAOKLFUIA. for Congressmen-at-Large: UALVSHA A. GROW, or Susquehanna. GEORGE F. HUFF, or WESTMOKILAKB. . Election Time, Nor. & REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. lor Conorenn: Joseph a. scranton. For Law Judge: KOBLRT V. ARCHBALD. 1 or theriff: FRANK H. CLEMONS. For County Treasurer: THOMAS V. DAVIES. For Clerk of the Court : JOHN H...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 24 September 1894

TIIE SC It ANTON TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 'iM, 1894. A pnre cream of tartar Pure and Sure, i It does more work and finer, not find it exactly as represented and he will pay you back your CUvtlmd Baking PmJtr Ct., Nrui NorrmanA Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenuo DON'T Bavt yonr COLLARS starched tn th eM way. when yon cn have them done with soft, pliable Bnttonholostor TWO CENTS BACH. Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY Ladies', Gents' and Children's UHDERWE In White or Natural Wool, at Greatly Reduced Prices. Mears & Hagen 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 & McAnulty 127 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. ' Gentlemen's Driving Club races Thurs day, 8 p. m. . Tue diagram for Pauline Hall opens at the Academy of Musio box office this mornings A marriage license was granted by tbe clerk of tbe coarts Saturday to Annie Bergen, of Mayfitld, and Patrick Hughes, of Carbo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 24 September 1894

TILE SCEANTON TKIBTOE-MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 24, 1894. btwtRAL NEWS OF INDUSTRIES The snccesslon to the lato E. B. Lels onring iu tho presidency of the Lehigh Coal nud NavijruUon company is re ceiving disousBiou. Mr. Leiaonring, it will be recalled, auccesded Joseph a. Karris, now president of the Reading. J lie vncaney natnrnlly suggests thonchts as to who wilt be e ailed upon to till it. The board of managers of ilia company comprises Elward W, Clark, Francis R. C'dp, Charles Par rish, James M. Wiloox, Edward N. Lp wis, Snaiaol Dickson, Thomas Mo Keau, Edward S. Buckley, Abram S. Hewitt and Chnrlotiianeo Tower, jr., nud it is probable that one of these will te -elected to the presidency. The l'liiludflphia Stockholder intlmatts that "possibly, however. Mr. Harris, who is understood to be physically breaking dowu under the groat burdens that devolve upon the Reading's chief executive, may be induced to return to l-i is old post." The Philadelphia Inquirer takes this view of the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 24 September 1894

THE SCR ANTON I ittBUNE-MOND AY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 24, 1894. ' COPTHlGHf ,' . CHAPTER VL, Lali's recovery was not rapid. A chango had come npou hor. With that BtTaiigo rido had gono tho last flicker of the desiro for savage life in her. She knew now the position she held toward her hnbbaud; that he had never loved her; that she was only an instrument tor unworthy retaliation. So soon as she could speak after her accident she told them that they most uqt write to him and tell him of it. Sho also made them promise that they would give him rtn nra-i tt hnr ftt all. Rave thilt wild was well. They could not refuse to promise. They felt she had the right to demand much more than that They had begun to care for her for herself, and when the mouths went by and one day there was a hnsh about her room and anxiety and then reliof in the faces of all, they camo to care for her still more for the sake of her child. As the weeks passed tho fair haired child grew more and inure like his fa ther, b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 24 September 1894

TIIE SCEANTON TErBUNE-MONDAT MOItNTN'G,' SIHTmnJEIl 24, 1894.; , . .... Novelty and Fancy DRESS eooos In extent and variety of beau tiful effects our stock surpasses nil former displays. Many of tbo handsomest styles cannot be found flsewhere. SI and Wool Mixed and Fancy tally Dress Goods -AT- 49c. PER YARD. KEGULAR PRICE, T.io. At the above price these goods could not be lower had they been iidinitted to this country entirely free of duly. Dress Trimmings New ideas. Pilks and beads have come to meet the reviv- ing demand for dress trim Jtiuijrs. Chenille Table Covers New, fresh from the mills. The colors and tints are rich and dainty; the designs are beautiful and artistic. Have bought them practically on our own terms. One and a half yards square, with heavy ball fringe. PRICE $1.19 TOWELS The stock covers a wide range and comprises some of the best bargains we have ever offered. Full and complete line iu Hucks ' and Fancy Weaves from 10 cents to $2.25. GORMAN'S 112 Spruce St, Scr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 25 September 1894

South Sldej Weat Side ew, on Providence pag!?1 Dunmore 16 $1 EIGHT PAGES 50 COLUMNS. SCRANTON. PA.. TUESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 25. 1894. TWO CENTS A COPY. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIBE CIRCULATION AMONG SGRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER Organist Carter Accept Bee page prof. Davles' ' - three. Challsnge. IS A GREAT Tt Kingdom to Bo Recognized by Nations Of the Earth. RESULTS OF THE KOREAN WAR Offlciali of the Japanese Legation at London Claim that the Sinking of the Kow Shing Was Perfectly ' Proper The Army of the Mikado Contemplate Making a Dash at Pekin. Yokohama, Sept. 24. n RESCRIPT has been issued con fin Yoking an extra session of the l Japanese parliament at Illro LTu shima on Oct. 15, for seven days, In order to discuss matters requiring the sanction of parliament A letter received from Tien-Tsin says that the Chinese fleet landed 7,000 troops on the banks of the Yaln river, iq spite ot ;the attack of the Japanese squadron. The letter adds that the Chine...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 25 September 1894

THE RCEANTON TltlBUNE-TtTESDAY MORUTNG. SEPTEMBER 25, 1894. 1WEST SIDE MEETING OF PRESBYTERIAN S. Thr Ltitea to Pastor Ckilllcrsr's Formal Statement of Bsslgnatloo. The congregational meeting of the Washburn Street Presbyterian cboroli was called to order la St. David' ball at 8 o'clock last evening by pustor D. W. Skollenger, and was opeaed with prayer. K, J, William was elected secretary. Pastor Sksllinfer then stated that the meeting wan enlled for the parpoia of taking action oa his resignation. He Ktated thnt hn ce lievedtbat bis work with this ehuroli whs about couipletod and earneitly r quested that the congregation join with him iu petitioning the Presbytery in depriving bis relation with this chnrcb. Professor George Phillips said that he believed that the pastor had taken this step intendiug his resignation after due deliberation, and in making a mo tion to accept the resignation he did it simply to concur with the pastor's re quest. Mr. Skellingsr made a few remarks in ex...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 25 September 1894

THE SCTtAETON TRIBUNE -TUESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 26, 1894. RUPTURE Can b cured fcy simple treatments and the trim thrown aside in a short time. No detention from bogie-. A late and radical cure for every variety of bornia, by a new method. No charge for consultation and examina tion. SCR AM TON GERMAN RUPTURE CURE CO, (LIMITED.) 203 WASHINGTON AVE. i ' ft Foe to Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD -USE THE SHOW WHITI FLOUR And always have Good Bread. UANUFACTUBED AND FOB BALE TO THE TRADE BY The Weston Mill Co. Mm OF COUNTERFEITS J THE SSMWHE POPULAR : , Punch . Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G.. B. 8t Co.', fiarney, Brown & Co. Mfti. COUKT UOVtK tt.UAKK. Dr. H. B. WARE PEACTICE LIMITED TO THE EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT 406 Sprues Street. Office Honrs: jS"'30' I 2 TO 5. KNIG1ITS OF THE GRIP. They Are Making Extensive Arrange ments for Their Trip to Bing hamton on Oct. 8. For several weeks considerable in terest and anticipation have been manifest in commercial traveler cir cles anent tbe extensive f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 25 September 1894

4 THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MOUNIJU. aJsrTJSMBJSB 23, 1894. PUBLISHED DAILY IN SCRAMTOMi f.i THi tHTinis r tm mromi t mmuti I0OH-CUH HTT. "Printers' lot," the recognized Journal tor atWertUere, rates the SCBAMTOJf 1 KI11UNK aa the bent advertising medium In JlortheMtern Fuuniylvanla. "a'rinters' Ink" know. UNION ECR ANTON. SEPTEMBER, 25. J804. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor: DANIEL H. HASTlS'Qa, or CtNTkli. For Lieutenant Gorrrnar: , WALTER LYON, or ALUCUHKNT. Fer Auditor General: AMOS H. MYLIN, Or LANCA8TKU. For Secretary ofltcmal A faint JAMES W. LATTA, or PlIII.AUKLl'lllA. For Confiresimen-at-Large: UALUSHA A. OROW, OF SUaytJkHANNA. OEOKOE F. HUFF", Or WK8TMOKELAM& Election Time, Nov. & REPUBLICAN COUNT? TICKET. For Coixarew: JOSEPH A. BCBANTON. For Law Jmlv: UOBEHT W. ARCIIBALD. tor theriff: I HANK H. CLGM0N3. For Coun'tf Tieamrer: THOMAS D. DAVIE3. For Clerk of the Vomit; JOHN H. THOMAS. For Prothtmotary: CLAKENCE E. PRYOft. For Diilrlct A Women: JOHN K. JONE...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 25 September 1894

TII12 SCRANTON THIBUNE TUESDAY HORNING, SEFfEMBER U5, 1894. 5 '.) A rpunded ' spoonful of iManas 'BetajPowrier Idoes better work. kthan a heaping spoonful of others. Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue Ladies', Gents' and Children's UNDERWEAR ' In White or Natural Wool, at Greatly Reduced Prices. Mears & Hagen 415 Lacka. Ave. If you want Carpets, Draperie3, Wall Paper or Window Shades, come to us. . We have a full line of poods, and our prices are very low. hi 127 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. Green Ridge Gnu club shoot at Ball Park on Friday. Gentlemen's Driving Club races Thurs day, 2 p. m. Tbe sale of seats for "The Great Brook lyn HandicHD" opns at tbe Academy of JIusio box office this morning. Tbe Mendelssohn Glee club serenaded Judge R. W. Archbald last evening at his residence, and he accorded the singers a Hearty welcome. George Wilson, Daniel McCarty. Richard Kelly, Michael Noonan and John Smith were yesterday committed to the county ll In default of fines i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 25 September 1894

THE SCKANTON TOrBTrXE TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2.1, 1S94; uu.M OF NEWS INDUSTRIES jt'lllLAllELPHIA, Sept. 24. The 01-:ott-Kirle plan for the reorganization jf the Pnilndolpbin to deciding; rail road compnDr, was made pnblia this uf ternoon. Tomorrow it will be filed in tho United SUtes oireait court here by the receivers of the company, and application maue by them for author ity to pay theeomuiiBaloDi provided for in the plan. The plnn which it signal br a com mittee comprising; Frederick P. Olontt, chairman. Admin helin, jr., S. Ken nedy Tool, Henry Bniino, Tbomns Ufn iiv, George H. Ksrio, jr., Sidney F, Tyler and Samuel It. Bniploy. It ad dressed to the general mortgage bond holders and intiior seonrity and stock bolder. It plnces the unnrial fixed cliarpes of the company nt $10. 477,500. uud any a that the gimernl mortgage in terest would be mot by the earuiti(i vi?reit not for car trust paymonts. The ctxr trusts ouwtnuding aggregate $7,- In ordor to raise about fS, 000,000 to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 25 September 1894

THE SCKAJtfTON TBIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 25, 1894. .TStiv(53i -- r-sct. rC0PmKWf . CHAPTER VI. CONTINUED. " Once a sort of heathen as Mra. Fran cis Armour had been, she still could grasp the situation with considerable clearness. There is nothing keener than one woman's instinct regarding another woman where a man is concerned. Mrs. Francis Armour received Lady Hald well with a quiet sbiteliness which, if it did not astonish her, gave hor sufil cieut warning that matters were not in this little comedy to be all her own way. , Thrown upon the more resources of wit and language, Mrs. Francis Armour must have been at a disadvautago, for Lady Haldwell had a good gift of speech, a pretty talent for epithet and no unnecessary tenderness. She bore Lali no malice. She was too decorous and high for that In her mind the wife of the man she had discarded was a 'mere commonplace catastropho, to be viewed without horror, maybe with pity. She had heard the alien spoken well of by some pe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 25 September 1894

ft- TJIE SCRANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 25; 189; Novelty and Fancy CO In extent aud variety of beau tiful effects our slock surpasses nil former displays. Jlany of the liaudsomest styles cannot be found elsewhere. Silk and Wool Mixed and Fancy Novelty Dress Goods AT 49c. PER YARD. RKGULAli PRICE. 75o. At the above price these goods 5ould not be lower had they been admitted to this-couutry entirely l :ee of duty. Dress Trimmings New ideas. Filka and beads have coiue to meet the reviv ing demand for dress trim mings. Chenille Table Covers Xew, fresh from the mills. The colors aud tints are rich and dainty; the designs are beautiful and artistic. Have bought them practically on our own terms. One and a half yards square, with heavy ball fringe. PRICE $1.19 TOWELS The slock covers a wide range and i-oiuprises .some of the host bargains we have ever oll'ered. Full aud complete line in Hucks aud Fancy Weaves from 10 cents to 2.25. GORMAN'S 11 IIEEES 412 Sprues St, Scranton. Dr...

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