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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 6 April 1894

LOCAL ARTISTS And their work receive interesting Mention on Page 4. EIGHT PAGW" SCR ANTON. PA.. FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL (5. 1894. TWO CENTS A COPY. OMETHIIIC OF INTERE8T II L 1 THE TBI READ The new feature, "Among Our Neighbors. " on page 2. El EMM E i MfE HE DAILY. FINLEYS MISS U m SPEAKS Recalled to Testify About Her Life and Ex periences. WESLEYAN COLLEGE TESTIMONY Rankin Rossell's Story is Contra dicted by Mrs. Brown, Vice Presi dent of the Seminary Typewriter Louise Lowell Remembers Interest ing Portions of Colonel Breckin ridge's Formal Letters Mary Yancy Also Gives Testimony Favor able to the Plaintiff The Basket Identified by the Colored Servant. Washington, April 5. 1UDGE BRADLEY'S aduiouition pf the night before had the uncut of reducing the Attendance at the district court this morning to the QJJ tlnnnest audience yet gathered, and some of the men present wore a sheep ish air. The defense made nn unexpected move by calling Miss Pollard to the stand questioning her about the...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 6 April 1894

THE SCI? ANTON TKIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. APRTL G, 1894. I GENERAL NEWS 0 INDUSTRIES There is a large quantity of rprsetl excitement iiuioiig the enterprising in habitants of Forkston township, Wyo uiiug couuty. They are tretting: ready to bore for "ile": and while the dor rick are beiug put in ptiot and the drills adjusted, they are puzzling their mathematical Capacity conjeeturiuix. how much wealth they would be able to accumulate were tho drill to tap a gus reservoir and thus enable them to pipe this airy fuel to Wilkes-Uarre and Scruutou, there to drive the poor aud oppressed anthracite coal operator still further into the depths of despair. The Lehigh Valley Railroad com pany has just negotiated the sale of fl, 500.000 worth of bonds issued by its alter ego, the Lehigh Valley (Joal com pany. The nrocesd will be applied to the liquidation of the railroad com pany's iloatiug debt. Owing to restriction In the produc tion of anthracite coal the Ontario and Western's gross earnings for...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 6 April 1894

THE fcCHAKTtXN TliliiUNE FRIDAY MORNING. AlJiUL 6. 1804. A Foe to Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD USE THE- NOWW And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTl'KED AND FOB ALE TO THE TUADE UY The Weston III Co, Daniel Scotten's Polka Dot STRIPPED SMOKING TOBACCO 20c. lb. Wholesale, AT GARNEY, BROWN & CO. 537 LINDEN STREET. DR. H. B. WARE SPECIALIST. EYE. EAR, NOSE AJN'D THROAT. OFFICE HOURS: ITO 11.80.5.11 2.80 To &.SD if.it 135 WYOMING AVE. PERSONAL. ( lark Grant, of Athens, was yesterday in b'crantun. Hnwman t ortrniht, of Shicksluunv, was in Seranton yesterday. E. Y. Harrison, nf Town Line, Pa , vis- ited the city yesterday. Mr. 8ml Mrs. George C. Adams, of One onta, N. Y., an1 at the Wyoming. R. W. liorhek, of Bethlehem, was en Hi Trl lici t) yesterday on bu-iues. H. V Baccn and James Cool, ot Wilkes Btio, were in Scrnntou yesterday. 0, Mi Fattf rson and D.J. Duncan, of i MTondnle, visited Cne City yesterday. John F. lfeCorntiek, of Lock Haven, .iide k business trip to Seranton yester day. D...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 6 April 1894

4 THE SCRANT01? TBIKTOE-FItTDAY MORNING. APRIL (5. 1894. SCRANTON TRIBUNE F. E. WOOD, General Manager. rcBMSBEl) DAILY AND WEEKLY IS SCIlAN TON, PA., UY l'UE TlllUL'NE tULlbillNO Com ha x r. New York Oiricit: Tiudune BnttDIKO. Fnank s. Uhay. Manager. Bkltrtd at the PottoffiM at Senmton, rn., s fcVtvnt- CVuiJ J'ai' blatter. 1 HE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. SCHANTON. APRIL 0. 1894. I , '- IF the Lebieli Vulley HsiirosU com pany ofliclttU will kindly indicate when it bag supplied its wants, there are n ffW million olher patiunt Americana who are waiting for their turn ut Part uer Lisseil's pis counter. The Coko Region Strike. In ordinary time?, 17,001) man are employed in the coke works of Western PennsylTania This spring, and dur ing most of the winter, s,000 of these were thrown completely idle, and the 9,000 who were so fortunate as to ob tain work were furctd in tli great ma jority of instance to accept wage re ! notions. The shutting down of fac 'orieB everywhere, during the turitf an jrtai...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 6 April 1894

V THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL 0, 1894. jj)llIIIH!illllllimilllmillKlillllli!HC; I Pipe I I Valves f I Fittings i I THE SCRANTON SUPPLY AND MACHINERY CO, 5 nilllllllllllllllllUlllllllllllllllllllllR LACE CURTAINS The xnojt delicate fabiic prop erly denned at THE Lackawanna Laundry 308 Penn Ave. A. B. WARM AN. Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 1 20 Wyoming Avenue BARGAINS IN SWIVEL SILKS Cheney Bros.' CHINA SILKS HASKEL BLACK SILKS 415 Lacka. Avenue. Carpets, Wall Papers, Window Shades, Draperies, Mattings, Rugs, etc. WILLIAMS & McANULTY. '2 "7 Wyoming Ave. TELEPHONE NO. 525. Ch Union Transfer Company, Limited 'Bus line. UascageHr.fi freisbt railed fr I and delivered promptly. 107 Franklin avenue. CITY NOTES. Court vesterdav fixed Arril 19 for ac knowledging sheriff's deeds in open court. The city engineer yesterday gave grade nn Lauoute avenue between Larch and New Yorlt streets. Hrcen Ridge. The Delaware. Lackawanna nod Welt. frn company will today pay the yard me...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 6 April 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY MORNING-. APRIL 6. 1894. LIVE NEWS Of TOO PITTSTONS Tni Scranton Tribunr's Plttston de partment is in cl ;rn- of J. M. Fahy, to whom news items and couiplaiuts may be referred. J The town couucil met in regular session in Town Hall last evening nt 8 80 o'clock. Erery member responded to his name on roll call except Mr, Kearney. The tninuteiof the previous meeting were read and upproved. buuerintendent J. W. Thomas, of tot- Gas company, asked permission to lay a briok gas main commencing at a point near the old Ferry bridge to tho borough limits. Permission was grunted on condition that the compunv file the necessary bond conditional for . tbe faithful performance of the work. Also to lay a surface pipe to B. J. Dnr kiu's residence on South Slain street. On application a permit to build a barn was granted Evans Bros, on Spring street. W, E Sharp, the greeu grocer, asked permission to erect a wooden awning in front of his place of business, 91 North Main st...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 6 April 1894

THE SCttANTON TRTBUNE-F1UDAY MORNING. APRIL G, 1894. 4 CHAPTER VII. After Bull Run Federal! and Confed erates began making earnest prepara tions for war. The. holiday was over. There was no longer talk of BO or DO day campaign, of soldiers returning to tbo farm in time to harvest the crops. Whilo tho Federals gathered on the plains of Arlington to learn tbo tactics of war the Confederates remained on the fields where their first victory had been won and prepared for what was to come. There was fighting in the west, tinuiee were being raised nud troops moved in every direction, but we fol low only those which bad confronted each other on that famous field. Organized and reorganize, drill, scout, reconnaissance, arm and equip. In the beginning tbo various companies bnd been allowed to srtect their own officers by ballot. After Bull Run all commis sions came from tbo secretary of war; all noncommissioned officers were duly appointed. Duke Wyle was comrnio sioned captain of the ribeuund...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 6 April 1894

s THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNINQ. APRIL 6. 1894. GORMAN'S AND DEPOT House Cleaning Time SUGGESTS New Lace and Clieuille Curtains, Silkulines, Bud Tickiug, Bdd Linen, Counterpanes, etc. ; Table Covers and Napkins, Mns lins, Scrim, Doylies, and u thoutiaud other things fonnd in such a complete dry (roods ntore us this. It is part of cur policy to make the prices lowest on the (roods most in demand. That pol loy will apply this week to House Cleaning Necessaries HERE THEY ARE : Curtain Scrim, 5c.f 8c. and 10c. per yard. Eest Quality Silkalines, plain and fancies, 12ja per yard. Nottingham Lace Cur tains, 98c. per pair. . Honey Comb Bed Spreads 85c, 95c. and $1.25. 6-4 Chenille Table Cov ers, $1.19. Our Millinery Comprises a choice gathorino: of distinguished Foreigners, together with iqanlly pretty but less ex pensive Natives of our own pro duction. If you care to know just how ranch beauty can be put into a hat or bonnet, come and SPe us. All the new Trimmings are ready for your ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 7 April 1894

Today The Art Th ceatbtT pruniscs to be fair; espraaJEy if ,w.a ptrrcluiso tf of iiosa pttriess uicitit-Ui iimes. OttttlrMM llself tli llio pro ads? - f 6iJsV EIGHT PAGES-oG OOLvi&t. : SdltAKTON". PA.. SATURDAY MORXTXG. APRTL 7. 1894. TWO (MTS A COPY. I i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , -mmmmm'i Fll COLO DM FOR Cosej's Rocmits Are Driven Out of Oakland by Uh Ma. FREYE'S BAND IN SORE STRAITS The Tramps Refused to Leave Oak land Unless Provided with Pasren gor Coaches The Mayor of tho City and a Posse of Police and Deputies Drive the Unwelcome Citiuns Out Frye's Band at St. Louis Refuse to Work and Are Also Ordered Away. Oakland, CaL, April o rEFU3AL of fiOO men who had en J) oetnped here on thir way to rA join L'oxey's urmy to leave the 1 11 city lust treniiig km follownl by u citfht nf intense esciteui-nt. The mayor and city council held meetlu u nd defined to drive th trump out of the city this morninp. Thr uirhont the nirht every man. WOinaa and chil 1 in Oakland was on the streets, the r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 7 April 1894

THE gGEAIvxusr TBIBB3fEtiA i UBBAT 3iOfiaSFfiF2k APRIL 7, 1694, GENERAL liS OF INDUSTRIES The U'fttlin? OOttpany'l Draper col fiury, nt QUoerton, which lias been idle fur several month, ilurinj; tiie prog ram of neeoaaary repairs, will become nctive ajj.iiii uliou: Juno 1. The jiir lmnse hai boon torn down and an oi tlraly new and modtra etruiilure is being rect?d in its plant, The roof !: buen pliced on the building and the ecreeu shafts have been pnt into pine. The breaker will be lilted out with all thi latest improved m.tchioery. The Pittsburg Commercial (JazitN prows facetious at Tom Johnson. It Bitys that his "several million-dollar steel plant, which lias been bomplng up against things in a journalistic way lure uud tiinro in Ohio, ttiroat-ms to get located At last. At loaet the nutter is said to bare progresiu.l so far na as the drawing tip of the corporation papers, It has been snirtdy imsiiliieil that Mr. Johnson's ul wuys-f nture plant K.w principally usefal as a fancy ba...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 7 April 1894

THE SCHAINTOX TEIBUNB SATUBDAT MOEtflNG. APRIL 7. 1894. 3 LACISUM All Things Musical STELLE & SEELEY, i34 WYOMING AVE. PIANOS WEBER, BHAW, KM KK80N, tn III K MAKES ORGAHS 'wici-: Seo the Shaw Piano from the World's Fair in our wiudow. ft Foe to Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD -USE THE- NOW WHITE And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTl'RFD AND FOB SALE TO 'l BE TRADE BY The Weston ill Co, Daniel Scotten's Polka I t STRIPPED SMOKING TOBACCO '20c. lb. Wholesale, GARXKY. BROWN CO. 587 LINDEN STREET. OR H. B. WARE sn-: i i. isr. EYE, EAK, NOSE a:u throat. KB 300R3 : I TO U.K A.M ft WYOMING AVE i'EKSOKAL. FreuVrlcfc Barkio, of Ea ton, is at tbo v immii.'r. iiTiitt P. Honors of Cntlvjnilale, was in tliis city yesterday. Alius Annette Reynold! arrived New Y rk Inst evening. from I. u ntenant Governor Watres, returned iroin tiamsDorg yestenhiy. Mr. and Mrs. 3. H. M ick, of Philndel phla, are tit the Valley House. N A, Welles, of Wyalnsinir, was en gaved on business here yesterday. H. r. Stark, of Grl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 7 April 1894

1 TIT1J SCBAHTON 1IUJJUXE-SATURDAY MORNING. APRIL 7. 1891. I SCRANTON TRIBUNE F. El. WOOD, General Manager. rcm.moEK DAILY ami mill in BobAR ton. va.. by inn xiiiauai Pubio OoMMmr. Nkw York OrriCK: TRIDVKI BOItDIKO, Frank B. Ohav. Manaqkii. UutereJ at (Ao PottaffiC at Scronton, P., Second-Clau Mali Matter. THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. BOBANTON. APRIL V. ISM. QUKKN Lil will bo permitted to Itc tnie; but if uliw essitys to enaut Opholla We can guarantee her no safe najluui. The l elcDbono Problem. A good many persons throughout the country nre beginning to feel tht if the expiration of the 1.111 Telephone, patents is to result n general cheauan -i it K f tho cost of the public telephone tnjvice, soma tvidenoei of this (eel ought to bein to appear. Some time ftto, as Vc then announced, agents of a New York company visited Carbon ialo with the proepeotui of a new tele phone aysteui which promleed to?" duce the rental of 'phones to from $1 00 "p to $3 per month, the former figure relating to 'p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 7 April 1894

f Hi I, t, lb'. J. ilii8ii!93li!!llllilHlllllllllllli9IIU ; Pipe y Valves S it m 1 -Fittings 1 9 w A THE SCRANTON SUPPLY AND MACHINERY CO, g siHIItilllliltllHIiaillllllHillllllHdIIR LACE CURTAINS The most delicate fabiio prop erly cleaned nt THE Lackawanna Laundry 300 Fenn o. A. B. WARMAN. Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue HASKELL'S BLACK MOIRE SILKS Novelties ia Dress Goods. GERMAN BLACK GOODS 415 Lacka. Avenue. Wall Papers, Wind ow Shades, Draperies, Mattings, Rugs, etc WILLIAMS & McANULTY. 27 Wyoming Ava TELEPHONE NO. 525. ThUnijn Trnfr Company, Limited. ..us line. Baggage and froitit culled for id dtllvtrtd promptly, 1U7 Franklin Mini hVcUU CITY NOTES. An important meeting of the First Pres byterian church will tune place this even ings Tht employes of the Delaware, Lacka wanna hud WMtorn car shops will bo paid toiluy. Several now cases of me-tnles and one of 3 iptheria worn reported to the board of health yesterday. Uev. rieorge li. Uuild preached lMt mgh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 7 April 1894

6 THE SCKANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING. APRIL 7. 1894. LIVE NEWS OF TWO PITTSTOMS The Scranton TRintrwE's Pittston de pnrtment is in chargi' of J. IL Fatay, to whom news items and complaiuts may bu referred. PITTSTON CONDENSATIONS. All the New of a Day Epitomised for Hurried Reading. fpttkH to the Scranton Trlnnnt. Pittston, Pa., April 0 M im ager MuDontf.ill has book-1 Dookstiulr' mlastrsli to Appear .1 Mmiobal). Wednesday evening, April 18 The town council will meet next Monday veninc. The store works linve snsp mded op tratlons until Mond iv tioxi owing to a irrak in the machinery "Tbe Convict's D mehter" was pm dnced t Miuic Hall tmt evening by the Adams conip;inv before in appro dstlvt tndienee, It la bnt jntic to iv tor the coiuuany that it is n shamo their effort are not ,p;irvcia,t'd as thvy should be. The company will cloe tbeir week's engagement this evening- & B. Smith hiis taken a position as correspondent for the Wilkes-Barre Record from this place, He will bfgiu h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 7 April 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE- MORNING, APRIL 1894. RESTING ON THEIR LAURELS. Heroes oi the War Now Residents of New York City. A LONG LIST AND A BRILLIANT ONE. Potue o! Mie Slost ftunoni HoMUers of tllf Wl'.r JtOW Reside III SothMU Uenerab Howard, stoeuin, Meet, .irtt'r, Pryor, uuiley .-.mi evtton liming Tlii-iu. Although a generation has poind sinoe '.he clone of the great civil war.lt Isestima- ed that more than ball the men who partici pated In it Iron tho North ond Boutb an stPi living, and a majority far from being ok) men. Tho youiigMt living soldier of the Mar, Captain Klem ot tho regular army, is sliout forty-tour, and tho oldest is thought to bo General Soul Don of Maine, who inn jusi oomplsted his ninetieth year. Snuo oue has said that all good Americana go to Paris whan they die, but be that as it (hoy, thoso who son afford it prater to live in N..v York City, and bora some of our must fatuous toldiora diet ami other famous sol dloi - are still residing, 0 rant, und Sherman and H...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 7 April 1894

8 THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING. APRIL 7. 1894. Beecham's pills are foi biliousness, bilious headache, Jyspepsia, heartburn, torpid liver, dizziness, sick head ichc, bad taste in the mouth, Eoatcd tongue, loss of appe late, sallow skin, when caused Jy constipation ; and consti pation is the most frequent cause of all of them. Book free ; pills 1 25c. At Irugstores, or write H.F.Allen Co.,365 Canal St., New York. GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT House Cleaning Time SUGGESTS Now Lice ami DbeniUt Curtains, Silkuliues, Bel Fioking, Bd Liuen, CouuUrpanes, (to. ; Table Covers and Napkins, Muc ins, Scrim. Doylies, and a thousand jthor thing! found la such a complete Iry goods store ax this. It is part of JUr policy to make the prices lowest on ihe goods most in demand. That pol icy will apply this week to HERE THEY ARE : Curtain Scrim, 5c, 8c. ind 10c. per yard. Best Quality Silkalinas, plain and fancies, 12 '.c. per yard. Nottingham Lace Cur tains, 98c. per pair. Honey Comb Bed Spreads 35c, 9...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 9 April 1894

THE BEST Reports of the Wyoming '.. i, c..,.. H Will appreciate the graphic account we shall have of this wink's dedicatory ser vices. . Ulliciillti ''ill i"" o'uii'i. ,TO as usual, in I llh 1Mb UNE. EIGHT PAGES--3G COLUMN'S. SCR ANTON. PA.. MONDAY MORNING. APRIL 1). 1S5)4. TWO CENTS A COPY. U n RY era re a 115 Hi LAI OVJIL, m ol Q) i Q) ILL v frn NOTHING. ELSE 10 If E -U lU lyi Jy) 1 TRIHTEEHTH IS NEAR THE n Oar Boys Closely Crowd the Bight RVg:Mt lor First Bonort WILKES-BARRE IK THE DISTANCE The Report of Inspector General Mc Kibbin Shows That Many Com panies All Below the Standard A Fine Showing Made by A and D The Scranton Regiment Excelled Only by the Eigth Ninth Regiment Out of Sight; In Other Words Not In It. i Harkibbdro, P April B. THE report of uspsotor Q uei MeKibbin witl u embraced the forthcoming report ot t Nations ; url for 189& 1 rid in lie He among otiiT tiling sprini; inspections tnVir.il tlv.it It th? COtOP lilies wue found below recommended for adds that no o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 9 April 1894

THE 8CBANTON TBIBUKE MONDAY HOKNING. APRIL 9, 1894. i rnn nr i r mm. ntwb OF INDUSTRIES It ii the oj'iniou of I'arbondale par Sons, RX reflected by tbs Herald, that tLe Scranton Traction company hus already made satisfactory term for th purchase of tbs C'srboudale alectrie street railway. ,T. P. lllslsr and Charles Clark of Philadelphia, who acoui panirdUeaerul Manager Artthar on lust wsek's tour of inspection, tvern favor ably impressed Willi the Carboudulo property, and au authoritative an uounceinent of tbe transfer may be ex -peetsd soon. Tin Wilkes llarre line's turn will then coma next. Th constitutionality nf the Mini monthly pay law will In tejled in ilia supreme court at the May term if the arrangements made between Factory Inspector Watcliorn and tlie I'uitrd 'ollisries company and It. B WiltOO Sons are adhered to, an ajreeuient bavinj baeti sutured into that a caie stated shall be tiled iu tne court of common plea of Cleartield and to iliana counties and au appeal taken t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 9 April 1894

THE fcCEAiNTON 1BIBUNJJ-MC LACISUM Ml Tilings Musical STELLE & SEELEY, 134 WYOMING AVE. HIQH GKAiaii PIAHOS WEB K, SI I AW, KM KltHOW, o ill Kit MAKES ORGAHS ALU l'KICi: S' tli sh Piiiou from Hi- World". Fair in our win low. A Foe (o Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD -USE TUK- And always have Good Bread. UANUFACTTltFD AND FOB BALE THE TKADK BV TO The Weston Mill Co, Daniel Beotten's Polka Dot STRIPPED SMOKING TOBACCO 20c. lb. Wholesale, AT GARNEY. BROWN & CO. 537 LINDEN STREET. DR. H. B. WARE RPECIAMST. EYE. EAR. KObE AND THROAT. office mm: (TO ILK A. 31 35 WYOMING AVE. PERSONAL. FT. fonwav, of Now York, wns in Scrnn ton yesterday. H. W. Scblichter, of tho Philadelphia Item r in the ( ity. Rev. P. W. .Jones, of Philadelphia, was in thin city yesterday. Mii Anna K. Sanderson, of Green Riflce. is visiting in New fork City, Mifw Emalino Killiim, of (.'iipouso ave nue, is vis. ting at Paupaok, Pike county. Ex-Judne Jeesup and family, of Green Ridy, will remove to their aumnmr resi dence at M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 9 April 1894

AT MORNING. APRIL 5). 1S)1. GOLDSMITH'S $ re deceived lowing brands of still made by tht; process of slow cor- are standard, and WET OR DRY BAZAAR ... is tv ,v '..f jjw, ...asp 4 ' fM. SiTffif; . "i.f mwmaui sew -x .s . i v. ?V. H H - . l, ...s,..v. . . . 9PH im 1 n Ill0.lt it 1 11,11, ethics of ce el God esassiut- lille In th ntiou, duty. 18 fOltl uiuirm. joseo i.nia rop:if uers or 4 rruteatant iliuren tituntud on a itros: near bv the proposed hotel, bat not on tbe same street, yet the court ifued the 1 i cense M4 protected sboobWOb; another at plication Wis uiaiio for u fur me tame bouie tois vu, ud u morjf tiutril against. siiQ was again rtfmed.' The sommanieation pro Cttdl to ask why this iliscrioiinal ion, and tiieu arraigns in pointed laniai;t the judgfl who were rti. for thiii want, The fuMgoinf ctfagjtanoe mviti renewe,'. attention to tfu.it . i hound to I si'uiue n growing I atuo:i careful Itndtntl of tlus liuensj pr.th leui, namely, that the power of tfr.int lug or rejecti...

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