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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 23 March 1894

1 Beginning ., Tomorrow, THE TRIBUNE will publish daily iitliT- yh'ws on an important local question. Scrmrtmt ( tribune. EIGHT PAGES--56 COLUMNS. SCR ANTON, PA.. FIMDAV MORNING, MARCH i!:t. L894. The Tribune Being printed in Soranton, will try to ,'ive Borauton interests the preference. TWO CENTS A ( OIY. I k FEi DATS mm F THE TBI IP k vitakn 8UME si FINLEY'S n eunm n V 0 UULU IIU ORVII KNOW Some Q MM Testimony lutroducttl Iu Pollard Broklnridge Trial. AS TAUGHT AT QU1NN SEMINARY Mr. Brown, of tho WsSMVysn College, Says That the Plaintiff Was Per foct'y Able to Take Care of Hsrsslf with Men and Resist Improper Aii vAnces J. Owen Robinson Oft'ers Expert Testimony The Evidence of the Apology for a Man Who Gave Away Letters Is Objected To. Washington. March 0RV1NO. BROW M. president of the Quino Y;iev college, Ihe son ol Pr W. K. Brown, presi dent ot Weeleyau college in Clu ci.niti w ere Mies Pollard w, a stu dent, deposed that ho tirst knew Miss Pollard ki the fall of 183, when sbo ;...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 23 March 1894

TIIE SCRaNTON TRIBUNE -FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH L1.3, 1&S4. ONE CEST A Word. Wants of all HndM cost that S1MCA, e rept Situations ll'midif, k iiWi ore ( rled Situations Wanted. U7 a"sted"viy oSoiSnBUSSsiA KKR sewing. Rcnsotiahly slid stvlislilv done at home, oSXttlll go "lit by tin' day. Call or address miss STELLA DeaBI.BR, Grove street Taylor, Pa. A MIDDLE ir aecOIUpaUtOU Tulmue office, CtTUATION W VNITD-I1Y k act d ladv its liousck 1.1. Addles. for an in I'ity. ruCNU MAN WANTS POSITION AS boolUeeper, eler k or soRettor: four rn experience as bookkeeper, best of references, Including last emrJoyera; bond if ncoeeesry Aadrees '' AN X IOC IV' Tribune ofllce, city. oil'l'ATlox WANTED ass. LK'ITOR IN Borintou ben young man with exiterleuou i truTfUBgwiwiirifffl AddreeaJ P..Tribun city nostiiof) WAN FED IN SHOBlsTORE BY I vurijf man vv.th four and half years - perteuve. Address W . roar HO Waal agtori avclltl.'. e.tv s1 B A .U'Nil do my kind of .-mi furnish good r.vnt OOce',Bcran SITU...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 23 March 1894

THE SCBAKTON TBIBUNE PBIDAT MORNING. MARCH 20. lS'M. 3 MKU OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE GENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS Q & Co., ImprintH en Enrh Clpar. Carney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. tuna UoU: DR. H. B. WARE BPKCl M.isr. EYE, EAR. KOSE AND THROAT. OFFICE HOURS: I TO 1U0A.M. 1.JP To 5.SJ P.M. 135 WYOMING AVE, ri'Ksox.u Dale 1im gone to Pottsvllle returned rrom tin NEWS FROM WEST SIDE Tfaomu ti u busloosa Conrad Bchroedar has i loriil trip. R. T. Contort, of Wilkea-Barre, in t the Westminster. C K Bennett, of Blnghamton, vlslled th: eitj yesterday. Krsnk Thomas, of Oivjihsnt, was ui Berantoa yseterUar. C, K. M.msille, of Oarboiul.tie, was la tht city yesterday. Or Qeorsje LThroopii ill at his home on Jefferson avenue. William T, Byrnes, of Carboadala wai In the city yesterday, Pr. and M'x. c B. Warner, ofRuib,Pa., arc at th Valley H 'tte. Mi.h Kthor M.xo.s u spetutitig br Esster mention at home. Thorns v7alkey,ot stay Held, wss among yesterday Scrantou visiter IflM Pra'i,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 23 March 1894

I THE SCTCANTOX TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 23. 1894. SCRANTON TRIBUNE F. E. WOOD, General Manager. rcni HUEl) DAILY AM) WBKKI.V IN RcnAN- ton. Pa., uy Tim Tftuuifi Pvbusbikci COMPANY: KlW Your OlNOII Tiiiuune BUILBIKOi FBABI B. Okay. Manaoeil Eailtrad at n nutoflef of Rtnmtoiii Fa. fiNOMlXteM Hall Matter. THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. BCRANTON, MARCH Z3, I8M. It is undoubtedly trui., Mr. ciiit. ten;U'a ways, that Bonntoniui Jo not keep a sufficiently oloaa w.itch upon tht cfli.'ial otloDi of their conQellmen. Any movement OtlouUfed to incruae tha Yijilttiice of thU Olrlo acrutiuv will receive thi paper a I mi::.: ani most energetic rapport INCREASE THE FIRE LIMITS. The preaeut lira limit i" tlii.-i city are a roinlniietDM of Sloonifl Hollow. They rttnuul oua of the time when Mi community was a ueat of etract;liu borough. se',urateil from each ether lv boRP, forest ami twampa. In u My of 100, CUO tool, uoteil f.ir nod wulo (or ita tntorpitfp, ntrtty and municipal uaali. it i lit tie let t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 23 March 1894

THE SCHANTOJT TElB t JNE FIJI DAY MOKXINO, MA RCH 23. 1894. 5 UMiaiiimimiiiigieiiiiiiiiiHiCHiiMeiiiii: Iripe Valves I Fitting s THE SCRANTON SUPPLY AND MACHINERY CO, 2 S1illllllll3IEI!!8Cft!lll3BII!nil9iel!ltl DO YOU WANT ANEW NECK BAND on j our old iblrt. Wo do it, Lackawanna THE W PRISON HORRORS Laundry S08 Fenn Ave. A. B. WARMAN. NorrmanA Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue BARGAINS IN SWIVEL SILKS Cheney Bros.' CHINA SILKS HASKEL BLACK SILKS bbs mm 415 Lacka. Avenue. Carpet Wall Papers, s9 Window Shades, Draperie3, Mattings, Rugs, etc WILLIAMS & McANUlTY. '27 Wyoming Ava CITY NOTES. Address to Boys' Brigade at the AvjLue Baptist Church. Penn COL. RIPPLE'S GRAPHIC PICTURE Realistic Story Is TolJ of Personal Reminiscences Of Lift and Lventa in the Prison Pens of the South Hor rible Sanitary Conditions gesm In credible Prisoners Assumed Leal Power and Hung Desperadoes. Today the public schools Had county of fices And banks wi'.l be closed. Nine new streKt cars for tho Trsct...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 23 March 1894

THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 23. 1891. LIVE NEWS Of Tl POT Thk BCHAHTON Thihdnr's Pittdton At pnitnvnt is in charge of Fahy, to Whom iiqws items ami complaints may bo referred. COUNTV COMMITTEE MEETING. Dats Fistd for tho Friu.arl and Dis trict Conventions. A meeting of tho Republican county COmU-ttteS was bold tula miming in Wilkas-l.arre. Thorn was a good at tsndanc. It wis decided to hold tho primaries for the election of delegate! to the district coilventions on Satur day. April 7. at tho usual hours. The district conventions will ho bald on April I). That for the Fifth district will be hold at Avoea, and that of tho Second district ut Crary's hall, Sblek shinny. A committee, conBiitiog of the coun ty chairman and secretary ami the ohatrmen of tbe Legislative dlstrioti, was appointed to revise the rules o( th county orguuiz itiou. it is Intend ed to mike tbe rules over all Republi can contentions held in the county.lu clnding district, eity, borough and township....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 23 March 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUXE FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 2.5. 1S94. PltESS AM) FASHION. NEW BONNETS, CAPES AND COATS FOR SPRING WEAR. A Seaaon uf rUbbuiis, v. itli HolM Millions Leading- How IVn.m!- und Jet Hnnnrti. A Prrtty Spring Cape Latest Stylet In Coatt. The spring of 1H!U is to be Q season of ribbons, so the Now York milliner! say, ami moire ribbons are already a preferred kind. Not only are bonnets trimmed with ribbons, but belts, sashes, neck scarfs aud the huge ineroynble bows are made of riblwns. Ribbons will also be a favored trimming of summer dresses. An early imiiortation in bonnets has acquired the name "bow bonnet" from the fact that it is apparently composed of one large bow which is wired iu fan CAPE COB SPRING WEAR, tastic curves. Sometimes the ribbon bow covers the crown, or else it forms a crown. Aain it is placed broad ami low across the front, aud, newest pOM ol all, it is perched li i U at the back, with ends that droop below it. Souie of tlft new importations are larger ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 23 March 1894

8 THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. MARCII 23. 1894. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report I. lewder ABSOLUTELY PURE GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT FIRST VIEW OF Spring MILLINERY Opening Bays Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. THE NEWS OF W font or totra oorfoepooaeata of Ti Tun Dke should sl.ra their asinss In full to omb news latter, not for publioatloa uut to gnu J against ilceeutiou.i I'm- several years our Millinery Open ings have been the event of the season. ou are invited to visit the store, com pare and judge. Examine the Trimmed Hats and Bonnota Examine the Untrimmed Hats and Bonnets. Examine the great showi of Artificial Flowers. Examine the vast collec tion of Trimmings. NICHOLSON NEW3 NUGGETS. An Intsrsstirir Budget of Current Top ioe Brightly Dinhsrt Up. Special to the Seranton Tritnmi, NICHOL80X, I'., March 82 At the meetinir wliich w.is hel l by tlie branoh of the Republic, Savings ano" Loan as sociation on Weiine-Miiy evening, the followine officers wem...

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

Shall Scranton own it own electric light plant r Read Mayor Conrtcil's opinion on page 4. 6 I -wn v m jj in m sai m bbm mi sua tssas .- . . - .- -if- ( 1 . - , . 11 . j - - ee bi 1 1 1 I I II 1 1 I 1 ws.;. If you hoj; a view to express upon this important subject, oxp.-.-ii it upon invitaticn of THL TRIBUNE. TWELVE PAGES-84 COLUMNS. :CR.VNTOX. PA.. SATURDAY MOlENINTi. MABCH 24, 18J4. TWO CENTS A COPY. IT THE I A TIE WIBE MP ER Till! TO 10 Elf HONOR S THAT ' CAME TOO LITE Hungary Payj Glowing Tribuio 10 tlu imory of Louts Koulh. HIS DEATH IS A NATIONAL LOSS The Parliament at Buda Pestli Ex presses the National Gratiticatn for the Serviess Rendered by Hie Exiled Statesman- Students Oeata Excitement in the Streets of the City- Many Are Wounded it; Various Encounters with Police. BUDA Pis i ll March 23 f X ENORMOUS and Wei ted cr.wd A assembled tbta afternoon in front l f the parliament boos , which Liu wai strougly grvtrded by police. Led on by th students, the piuple filled the tiir w...

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

THE SCRANTON TRIBUTE -SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 24, 1894. ONE CENT A Word. H'anfs of all kinds oosf that much, e.c tept Situation WanttdyWhich arc inserted FREE. Situations Wanted. "I' ANTED ItV (Ki(il) DBE88MAKEK VV sewing. Kausuniibly and 1.1) done lit I. .iii... iir will ii out ly llio tiny. 1 1 or address MISS STELLA DEAHLEH, Urove street Taylor, Pa. SITUATION WANTED HV A MIDDLE . O aged lady us housekeeper or as companion lot 1111 invalid. Address, E. D. Tribune o ill c , , city . " rouifU man wants POSITION as bookkeeper, clerk or solicitor! four years' rxperionoe a bookkeeper; hoit of reteroucee, Including last employers: bund if hicesaury Address "ANXIOUS." Tribune office, city. CITl'ATION WANTED AS HUMCITOR IN O Somuton bra young nan sritk experioni a traveling salesman. i a i . .J P., Tribune city IJOSITION WANTED IN SHOKSTOBK BY young inau witb four and u hulf years i I psrieuco. Address W . rear MO Wasunmton avenue, city. cmwnoN wan ted O umu who Is willing tu UV A YOUNG d...

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

THE SCBANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 24. 1804. EEWARB OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE 6EWUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G B. & Co., Imnrinloil rn Tnnh ChjV; Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. COURT HOUhK kUCAUK. DR. H. B. WARE SPECIALIST. EYE, EAli, KOSK AiNU THROAT. OFFICE B0UM:l&ofk -35 WYtDMING AVE. PERSONAL. .Max Kioe wni in 1'ittston yesterday. Mrs. l.. (iooiiiuau mui children, of 1'itu ton, nro vUiting friends In the city. D T. j. McTigbe nml Prank Brown, of cr boiidiile, were in (he city yesterday. C. I!. 0"Nietl, of Honetdale, formerly of this city, called on friends yesterday, Mi- Nellie Connell, of Townndo, i vis iting ber sister, Mrs. Koegan, of I'enu venue. Mi8 Euitna Booftnon, of Washington avenue, trill ipend Goiter Bundw iu Ox ford, N. J. Miss Telle Douii has returned from IMu.; hanton, where ihe attended the wedding of u friend. Hurry Bernstien, of New York, is the neat of Mr. and Sir. M. u. Poster, of Washington avenue, Mr. and Biro, Humphrey Bradley ...

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

THE BCRAXHtOX TRIBUNE SATUBDAT MORNING. MARCH 24. 1894. SCRANTON TRIBUNE f. e. WOOD, General Mdnagtr rClll.lBEIl DAILY AM) WKkKLV IN Bl'KAN TON. Pa., uy lUE 'llduni Pluluui.io Company. .New Voiik Oftice: Tuiudne Builuino, Fbank 8. Ghat. Manaoiii IVdrreJ at tht Putttiffliv at ScffOlton, P-. Secunrf-Chiu Mail Matter. 1HE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. SL'KANTON. MAIU'U 34, IM4. ! DEMOCRATIC HRQWWUTY, like fuitli. appears tocuimi.it of ihe aubatauuw of things bopfil fur mid the evideuce uf tbiugs uot semi. - THt KtAl AIM. Tbe aeeertioii that the uiiniitera of Scrarjtoii couteuipUte h campaign of ipiouHK aX'unt violators of the Sun Jay law couveva only a verv uarrow portion of tbe truth 1 1 ! the inteir tiou of tbe orjjauuars of this Sunday observance movement to give every liquor denier mid every dealer in other Mrttolfl heretofore accustomed to bo fold ou Suudav a fair chance to volun teer bi co-operation. Kepreseutnti va of tbe movement will, we uuderitan I, wait upon each dealer in the city, pla...

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

THE SCRANTON lUlBUKE-SATURDAY MORNING. Mak( u -'4, 18,-. 5 UIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIU I Pipe I Valves I Fittings THE SCRANTON SUPPLY I AND MACHINERY CO, DO Vol' WAN 1 A IN! tL W NECK BAND on your oi l shirt Wo do it. Lackawanna B HI nnnT - U HI li CHURCHES T H czi Laundry !TG Fi-tin Av A. B. WAEMAN. Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue BARGAINS IN SWIVEL SILKS Cheney Bros.' CHINA SILKS HASKEL BLACK SILKS mm 415 Lacka. Avenue. Carpets, TVall Papers, w indow Shades, Draperies, Mattings, Rugs, etc WILLIAMS & McANULTY. '37 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. Qovcrnor Fatlriwn lim issued a procla mation naming April 18 and H7 ui arbnr days. Children' music clitM at the Young Men's Christian AaKuoiit.l'ju rooms thij afternoon ut 2 o'clock. The Easter choir of the First Preiby-tt-rian church Will m"-t f ir a final rehears al this evening at S o'clock. Ea3ter service at the Krscne Mission to morrow evening at 9 o'clock. Music will le in chart;-; of kettle Watkim. A s...

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

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE, MARCH 25, 1894; WOMEN AND THEIR WORLD. The Latest Creations of the Rul ers of Fashion's Realm. upper skirt hanging straight to ubout mid- good for removing a superfluity of dandruff way of the underskirt, and gradually sloping from the head. backwards towards tho back and bottom of tbo lower skirt. It Is a sort of revival of our Bangs thould be washed at least twlos D first oversklrts of forty years ago. week in a solution of one part alcohol and No evening dress, or street dress tor that j three parts soft water, and dried. By attend mutter, is complete without the hair being I log to thte strictly, any lady can always have ! well dressed. All faces are not suited to suit fluffy ban:-a NEW THINGS FOR HOUSE AND STREET. the Grecian knot, and often when feature! ! and form are in keeping tho effect Is spoiled 1 1 1 h, I smoothly plastered head, the siebt of I I which would make even a statue blush. The I ADMIT I MfCI V M 11 I nfHCQ HUUUI LUVLLI UL.U LNUIl.d. X St...

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

I THE SCH ANTON TH1BUN3C SATUltDAY MORNING. MARCH 24. 18!M. a ..JSaCSi-- " u- JUL;- . ti bauS" 09 (f!ij"S44M5I!ll fid fytf 1 -JSK In. T 1 .'.' X Dlf!7 K. "Bedford .v.ii ; The i-L :3m itEtnf I T n 1 N" Ms w hi t er.ed lepolcttar A Life ess I miii of frozen clay E c laroudetl la a ro'.-e of LOW Tee wn asd a,rea Wattr tan Yfltu lean hands fol J. tlear syat ieilod. His scant and Batttd lock! ClOM prciS Jjralcst his ruakea :i mple-i, anil His rifid Hmtj composed to rest. T-e plac :ros roc'ijnl their llto4tr forrr.s A.tl bleat tbelr coaniaj cet"3 o'erceaa: The north triad hiwled about the tomb A3'l EhoarneiJ acil mcolieil tBtaotlt dead; A wrea"a of faded, wUatrtd 2'jT'rs Buncata Um fa.lea leaves half aid, And bathed !a Batata s let tears Repose i upon hl3 cofia 111 B-t, tol the colJ"n snallfat nocpd And kU3ed the grltviag plr.es I icv-Si The rcatla south wind waadarvd by And whlspored of aadyiBg love It touched the sleeper 3 tiammy trow, Caressed aim with it balmy breath, Until he stirred...

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

THE SCKANTON THlBUNE-bA i U U DAY MOR1SIKG. MARCH L4. 1894. CHURCH SOCIETIES to bat the Vouag Fooplo are Daing to Advance Religion. ACTIVE INTEREST IS SHOWN Members of the tpworth Leagues ami Socit'lies ot Christian Liuleavor Keep Up Their Noble Work for the Salvation ot Souls Notes Concern ing the Luther League and Its Work. Probably do oue ocoaalon develop 10 Deny of Sermtou'a tnuslol resources BS the EistiT season. All of the chnreuee havt prtpartd more or 1 e- elaborate proiramines.and must of thetn hate large ami well triiinud chorus uholrs. The i'Ihsj of luualo is alio Rrenly Improving Themmto at Bt Luke i will be nnosually attractive, both morniug nnd !eveulng, under the masterly direction of Protestor Conant At St. Peter's Cathedral next Sun lays' music will nndoobtsdly surpass any -thins ever before nirvn in that ohnroh A large and able choir, under the leadorahip of Professor Schilling anl assisted by many prominent solo art Itts from here .and abroad, will take part. At i...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 24 March 1894

I I I THE SCRANTOtf TK1B1 N'L MARCfi 1894. RAVEST DEEDS OF THE WAR. c-tirrinK Recollections of Heroism by Land and Sea. .OLD BY THOSE WHO WERE PRESENT, utnbi.' contribution Prom Lieutenant TlmrleH Given, Colonel LAWrenec U'Kantuin. Cuutain lliii-r; Hamll tun, John Water-. Mid Gen ernl Wililntn H.l ov. TOi.it by LIEl'T. CHARLES (;ivi:. I have always believed that In ulose Sghtlng one oould see whit the enemy was doing bet ter than lit could what was going on among the friends about him. The best opportunity to sea what our own folks were i!,itijr was who. a follow had a sick mil to the roar, and the tendency that way was pretty Rtrong in the tirs; light or two. in sotuHl bravery I never could too any difference between the man in blue sad the men in grey, for out West, where I put in my time, the) were just about the seme kind ol devil-may-care folk, with the same kind or names and the naino kind ol cuss word!), But, as l was saylng,whenwe got closi up, there was i: better ohanoe to ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 24 March 1894

10 THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 24, 1894. SITTING BULL DINED OUT HOW HE WAS ENTERTAINED IN FIRST SUIT OF CLOTHES. HIS DiClcultlen Surmounted in Providing That Suit -Enlarging IIU Dreae Coat The Yming Clergyman l'ut Bad Spirit In the Meat and Potatoes. It was back in tho seventies when tamp of civil eniueoM constituted what is now the well known city Of Forgo, N. D. My husband was uniong the number, ami 1, with our littlo dauhtor, bail recently Joined him. I heard im unusual commotion outside the tent beforo rising in the morniuK, and peeping out, saw a party of eight or ten Indians, full blooded Sioux from the Mis suuri valley, on their way to pay a visit to the "Great Father" in Washington. Auioni,' them was the wily, keen witU'd, mercileM savage who afterward became to famous Sitting Hull. They had left their native haunts clad only in their native garb, but at liLnuarck two or three of them had succeeded the eveniug before they left In inducting themselves Into su...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 24 March 1894

THE S( RANTOIN TRIBUNE, MARCH 25, 1804. COL, ROBERT G, IN6ERS0LL. Varying Opinions as to his Abil ity and Sincerity. SKETCH OF THE MAN IN HiS EVERY UaY LIFE wiiui Hie tUmii t. Da w III Talnuure, ir. Leonard, tbo Uevi William Cart) slid Btheri Have i Naj n i CoMntl Ingersoll' Remark utile TvacbUwM in tog I than to Had the truth. II it were in my j poww to stay him, to-morrow I should not do 'so, for 1 know of no man Wild has had III" I I . ith shaken by hearing or reading Colon! Ingersoll. Those Already sceptical, and this ! Ii a stMptlcal age, art c 1 to get ready made arguments for Utah diebelief, and thaae are furnished than without thi necessity for thoughts, It i- not to me," sold Judge Freeman, when queationed on thla euhjent, "a question ai to whether Colonel Ingeraoll la right or wrong, or partly right and partly wrong, l I claim that he haadone good, The preachers and the people who follow than, if uudls turned, drop into the suuutltled and self-sat' iafled habit of acceptin...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 24 March 1894

12 THE SCKAXTON TRIBUKPJ S A Tl J R DAY MOBNITTO. MARCH 24. 1894. Beecham's pills are foi biliousness, bilious headache, dyspepsia, heartburn, torpid liver, dizziness, sick head ache, bad taste in the mouth, coated tongue, loss of appe tite, sallow skin, when caused by constipation : and consti pation is the most frequent cause of all of them. Hook free : pills 25c. At drugstorcs.or write B.F.Allen Co.,36 Canal St., New York. GORMAN'S mm 0 DEPOT Laces and Embroideries Were uov?r so beautiful Hi now Betidea thoir loTellnets, the prifos are sucu h to commend them to tlie attention of tlio more prudent buyers, Notwith standing the nnequatel demand for liicee tins leMOQ, oar stock 13 cousieteut with the iloiaud. Fine American Ginghams at 10 and 12 1 ,'c. In a complete line of styles iu all the new combinationi aud color ing. The goodf :ire exceptional value ;it the price, this ldenti cal quality .having beu soli last Season for lo aud 10 ceuts per yard. Serpentine Crepa at 20c. This fab...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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