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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 9 April 1894

THE SCRANTON TBIBUNE MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 9, 184. )iiiiiiiiiiiiiuiniiiiiaHi:iiuiiiiii fPipe I ! Valves g f Fittings I 1 THE SCRAN70N SUPPLY AND MACHINERY CO. a niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiR LACE CURTAINS T ho uiD.it delicate fabric tirop erly cleaned at THE Lackawanna Laundry 308 Penn Av. A. B. WARMAN. Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue HASKELL'S BLACK MOIRE SILKS Novelties in Dress Goods. OKRMAN BLACK GOODS 415 Lacka. Avenue. Carpets, Wall Papers, Window Shades, Draperie9, Mattings, Rugs, etc WILLIAMS & McANULTY. '2 7 Wyoming Ave. TELEPHONE NO. 525. The Union Transfer Company, Limited lino Hue. liaggage and freigtit 'Altai for end delivered promptly. 1U7 Franklin avenue. "V here do the good clothes eoniefrom'" t 1 CITY NOTES. "Cccl Tom's Cabin" at Wonderland this week. The I'resbytery of l,ackawanua county will hold its ?pncg meeting at 'l'unkhau ncck on April 16, TM Itoek of (leorge II. Maddocks was old at sheriff's sale Saturday. It was bid by...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 9 April 1894

1 in fCBA2?TON TIttBUNE:ONJAY MOBNDTGr. APRIL 0. 1894. LI m OF Art Students' Series of Tlie IS) IS hat k 1 PITTS Tire. SOWiKTOS Thihunr's Plttstnn fle runiiiKiif. li In uhamza i. Si. I'Vhy. to Whom uewa Menu leferrtu. .iuJ complaints ma 1 soldier coys- in:;p;:ctiot C!o;npinls Oui 8 )'' Cii lioal Ic optrtion with Oredtt Companies c and H, Ninth rn wut, National Guards ol Ppnusjrl Viiui.i, loquted at tnta plaoe, wets in spected B itnr.lay evening by R fl 1 In iipf. ior Ui Itfway Wright una surf. Company H w.s Inspected in tue fteyatone Hull while Company 0 erai iusp cted in Ann iry Bill. Lue dele gation! of ftlnu.Is gathered Ht Sash place to i tlu interacting sight and tiicy v.jrn well repaid, l'r "'tne bjya" never looked betler, Tneir jtoh tromtnts suovr like bright new dollars und ilieir mini were tint smooth i tlv would break it's tiei-k were it to lignt upon it. Coinpiiny H showed up with a full company as did Company C also. Captains PIOWOT and Callahan put the boyi through the m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 9 April 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE MOX DAY MORNING. APRTL !. 1894. LACKAWANNA COUNTY TREASURER'S SALE OF rOR UNPAID TAXES YEARS 1891 AND 1892. Kptlc i- lurei.y (Ivan, that in pnrsnattre of tbs rvral Act nt Assembly o ibcr'Hn noawealui of wnnlylvsnta, dirsctini tho mods at aalaol Heated tjtnde returned to tl i ..nun- Ceiniulaslonori for uniaui taxe. i ji-r will b. exposed at utibi jioinio i Monday of .lime ; 1 i tltli. IS!' 1. 1 nt In oVliM k a m . at the four: nOMeinthU BitV of Hem ton thofollorio lot and tracts of land. litem stilts, lots, lil! IllCie-t. l lot ami bonaoiConBoUyt Jama I h t E ai. John t' is a coalonty Faruliaiu, John, estate V u'-rn-.Mirru' raruliuin. .Jhn, cute. M acies. . liLl acred. acres. . UDht4 KM t xe. itnO Li.i-.ts are , alii 0ljr that iibj U.I1 ItOKul (ill Yguei or I'im rfyifton. Amount i 'jii.i i. ( .Farntiaui, .lubu. astats. tarutiatu .1 iin. estate . Lillibritlnc. .bioinc . Pirat aid ..Nathan Wadtrai)C first want ,, First ward ..Jacob PUBer line , Third want ..Jaoob F...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 9 April 1894

TTIE fiCBANTOK 'TRIBUNE-MONDAY MORNING. APRIL 0. 1894. GORMAN'S HMHD DEPOT House Cleaning Jim SUGGESTS New Lac and Gbttilli Curtains, Silk-alines, Bed Tickinjt, Bd Linen, Counterpnnes, etc. ; Table Covers ami Napkins, Mus lins, Scrim. Doylies, ami n thousand other things found in suili u complete dry goods more as tins. It it pur t of our policy to uiaLt) tlie pricjn lowest on the goods most in demand. That pol icy will apply- tbis wuok to douse Cleaning Necessaries HERE THEY ARE : Curtain Scrim, 5c, 8c. and 10c. per yard. Best Quality Silkalines, plain and fancies, 12jc. 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 Millii i mnPH7 O mrifies a choic gatherine of distiugtiirilipd Foreigner, together with i-qimlly pretty hut less ex pensiv Natives of our own pro duction. If you care to know just how much bemity can be put into a bat or bonnwr, come and see OS, All the new Trimmings are ready for ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 10 April 1894

SCR AM TON Accords her heartiest wel come to the earncsl and un selfish ministers who assem ma w?r LESS Is her greeting to the visit ing Elks, whose charity is as boundless :.s the world is wide. ble here today. H 1(3 1 IT PAGES--56 COLDMN8. SCR ANTON. PA.. TUESDAY MORNING. A1MJIL 10. 18114. TWO CENTS A COPY. MAY Ti' foiifft ii i iij IftPW AID E TO E r in AJk' M .L. At k . ail I'll ill im jv- mw ii c- OCA NT IE VERVWE jit y ir 1 ON THE TARIFF An Able Argument lor the Protection of American Industries. SEVERAL SHOTS AT MR. CLEVELAND In His Bitter Attack Upon the Income Tax Feature of the Bill the Speaker Advances Appeals for Protection. Hawaiian Blunders Receive Consid eration Tariff Revision at Present is Deemed Di'nsrerous and Even Criminal Objects to to the Populist Kite. Playing Tail Washington, Anril THE liob of Senator Hill iDem., K. Y.) delivered in the eennte this afternoon on the tariff bill wai chiefly devoted to a bitter ittaek on tbe Incoine-tai feature of the measure; hi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 10 April 1894

TIlTi SCR ANTON TTiTBYTNE-Tl J.SDAY MOItNING. APRIL 10, lsitt. GENERAL NEWS OF INDUSTRIES CharleaS, Lee, tbe general paaaengai UWt of the LbIiijcIi Valley rmlroail, U of the opinion ,thkt si.ort exeoraioti tnpa will t poou'mr during tbeoont ing season, not M mm lb troni aliou: a? from iiueuuiary reuoai, tba daprestion iu business iirevntiiiK uittiiy people from taking their uualeummer outitig of a week r two and eompelllng them to com prom lie upon a stunt ezeaniot standing not over a day or two tbii theory be is getting idy to plat) before the public the many beautiful cenio ni)t along the Lehigh Valley ai available for summer excursion partial juul is forming Mi plain to aooommo dale the travel when 11 COSMO, The majority Intereet In Delawar and Hudson i.a imud a circular noini nating a committee to relate proviso for tbe anonal meeting, Thawraulai taye that u majority f the board wishes to relive butuls witli !ne gtOOI at par, wiiilo a minority deiiree to taut tb (took at TB, The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 10 April 1894

I THE SCKAKTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING. -APRIL 10. 1894. 9 LACISUM All Things Musical STELLE & SEELEY, 13., WYOMING ftVt Hie. i 1 GRAl B P xv tm n. Ml H, KMItKMON, UTBKU MARTS ORGANS ALL 1 'RICE Set the 8hW rixuo from toe World's F.iir in onr win low. 1 I ft Fos la Dyspepsia 1 1 GOOD BR3AD -USE THE And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB SALE TO THE TBAOE r.Y The Wesion fl! k Daniel Scotten's Polka Dot STRIPPED SMOKING TOBACCO 20c. lb. Wholesale, GARNET. BROWN & CO. 337 LINDEX STREET. DR. H. B. WARE BfECIAMST. EYE. EAR. KObE AND THBOAX 35 WYOMtNQ AVE PERSONAL Miss flattie Boynoldt Is home from Bing kamton. H. ii Baches, of Pittston. was in Scran -lou j eslenlay. H. B Jadwtn, of Carbond.ile; vUitud this :it.y yesterday. L. T. BmUb.ot Mount Poeono, was yester lay in this city. H. .. Russell, of Honesdsle, was yoster Jv 111 Scran ton. T. W, Thomas, of U'illtes-Jiarre, was in this city yesterday.! W, J, L iwit, of Kingston, waa a Kcraii on visitor yesterday. J. N. Thoma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 10 April 1894

I SCRANTON TRIBUNE F. EL. WOOD, General Manager. f'riii.isnrrv nAit.r Art. wskki.y in BORAl ION. PA., BY lllE 'IKIBUMt PLBLISKINO Oovpamv. Nr- Vohr orrtor.: TiminNB Buimuno. I RANK S. QRAT, MANAdfK Dtttrti at thr Pattofle al Boraatoa, Pa.. ftostf (Urn Hail Matter, THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. BOKAKTOK, APRIL 10, IBM. ( 'ouscils Lass evening met their op portunity to ill unanimous re-elec-Won iiivordotl by them to Qty Engineer Phillips. With 1hi Itnndsoiiie token of Sorsnton's sppreoistion to Hj.ur bin tbli fuitbful ami efllcient public dfi vant may bs extieeteil to do even htttter work in tht future than trial which has won him favor In the int. The Wyoming Conference. I lure id something peculiarly ug pjeettve in tiie sssembUff, k uiiiuiui: tonight, of the Methodist raiuisten of the Wyoming eo nference, one of the largest, most intelligent and most thoroughly orgauized conference in tl.e leading Protestant dtnioiuiiiiition iu cur country, taking place in a chnrab wh oh admirably typifies ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 10 April 1894

THE S( JiANTOX TH I HTTlsJJ 'I I ' KM) A Y MOltSttKG, APBtt 1. 1804. liii!i:iiniiuiiiiatiiiiiiiiiiiiieiiiiiiti B 5! s e Valves 1 I THE SCRAMON SUPPLY AND MACHINERY CO. IIIIllll9RIIiaBiail1IlS3jllBBlllllii!lR LACE CURTAINS TUe most deltcats fabric r?p trly cltvin?il at THE Manna 308 Tpnn Ave. A 8 WURMAN. Norrman & Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue HASKELL'S BLACK MOIRE SILKS Novelties in Dress Goods GERMAN BLACK GOODS 415 Lacka. Avenue. Carpets, Wall Papers, Window Shades, Draperies, Mattings, Rugs, etc WILLIAMS & McANULTY. Z7 Wyoming Ave. 1ELEPMONE NO. 535 Th Unt.on Trnfr Company. Ltmitd Bn iine. Bassaeo am! I'reimt called f r arid delivered promptly. 107 Franltiin avenue. CITY XOTES. Die Ancient. Order Korssters of America held a r -eptu"i :ind entertainment last merit at Music Hall. The smpioyes on the Southern division nf the Del aware. Laclcaw.mna and Wet rn will he pad today. Lawrence Mcliinnis, wiio ctrajrod awny from St. Patrick's orphanage, Suu(Jay,wa.s found o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 10 April 1894

8 THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUTE TUESDAY MORNING. APRIL 10. 1804. LIVE W OF TWO PITTSTONS The Scuanton Tribune's PittBton de partment is iu charn of J. M. Faliy, to whom news items aud couiplaiuU may be referred. J Town Council Maetln(r. There waa a lucoiul lneMiuK of ttin town council held in the town ball last eTeuing. There was present ('ounail nieu Rssp, Kuowley, Kennedy, Lynott. Donaelly, HtmolgaD, Clifford, Ksu nady, Tignti, JUloney and Manijan. Mra. Kahl, Mrs. Mary Nealou, lira J. M. Jackson and the Alplu Mill company were on motion exonoratsil from the payment of borough tax. Th souimitteo appointed at a former meting to recolatetalarica of borough officer on motion were discharged and a new committee, consisting of U. B Reap, J. J, Kennedy and .lames Heuui gan, Were appointed in their stead. Patrick Coimell was granted a permit to excavate stone from lot on Wood street iu consideration that the work be done under the supervision of the street commissioner. Airs. William Stroll nake...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 10 April 1894

TIE SOT? ANTON T1?IBTTKE T ITES DAY MORNING. A PHIL 10. 1894. I LACKAWANNA COUNTY TREASURER'S SALE OF I lot Stevens, Frank First ward, Now ItreOt. I lot Wiidrinuii. 'auics ..First ward .New street... 1 lot Walsh. M, F firet ward Now atr et... 1 lot Wals.i. Mrs. Alary First ward, Now street.., i.O.UW.NU BMOOK TOW .Still. IwtSiSfM'" A UH J' WelL.-l tract 1 H l .) - ols Mayes, Julia I ' llavgcrty. Petor: - lots Baggerty, potor 1 o, il io ii. M ill am ' lot Jlld c. .1 ohU P lot ju ga. John m indie. John I o; li.y ... flsiirv I I ' s It aes 'line ' ' !.. K f. Mi-.- ,) ot K lie. V 1 o Dl v i i, p: , , ... Block oil. lots7aud 8, Stone avenuo .. .Block 77, lot J. Irving avi-nito . . .Hl .ek s.i. I ite tt Bfl I -.'1. Irving avenue. ...Bl K'k Bo, lot ll. Pnim street.. , . .Ill ick si. lot la Irving avu .tie ....id i. k so. I n it, b ou; iteunu CTTRK DYSPEPSIA rrnis DYSPEPSU CIJ'tF.S . Illoclt si, lo" XL .s.i, nn avei.ue 1 i ll tl, I il Z,. Pal u sir. ot .)i 1 iU 1 1 i ,c s ufer . v anna. 116 ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 10 April 1894

THE SCKATnTTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING. APRIL 10. 1894. 00CHXH3GG30f Worth a Guinea a Box. Q A trilling dose from a 25-cent box of Beecham's PMsrt (Tutelcte.) O will frequently prove Q as effective as a doc- JgJ tor's prescription. rooooooaoo GORMAN'S GRAND DEP A Woman Without Gloves IS SCARCELY more than half l; .- ' No matter how tiue i how eleK'iut a dress Bhe may have, a neat puir of Gloves is necessary for the completion of the out door toilette, and. in f net, makes up for u great deal that may be lacking in other ar ticled of dress. Von can get Gloves Kid Gloves at almost any pries. Get them hero. A fair-priced glove is, however, cheapest in the long rim; looks better, wear better, and is guar anteed not to rip or tear. We luve the Foster Kid Glove, the H'f.e Jouvin Kid Glove and uther well-known makes. Good Gloves thoy are. Other stores have them, too. Tho only difference is in the pric? OURS, of course, beng the lowest. Bat the best (Hove we have is the new Kid Glove With L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 11 April 1894

I Fire and Watsr Are 110 deterrents to Serau ton enterprise. Pluck and Yitality Kegard such misfortunes A3 mere incidents. tmntott EIGHT PAGES-56 COLUMNS. SCR ANTON. PA.. WEDNESDAY MORNING. APRIL 11. 184. TWO CENTS A COPY. in I IF Til pin TttT IS ONE mm I SMITH S CALLED THE EAST MINISTERS WHO ARE VETERANS Beet Arouud a Figurative Caiap Fire In Elm Park Cliuicli. COL. BAXTER'S VIVID WAR TALK The Elmira Orator Brings Up Recol lections of Old Times and Gives a Realistic Recital of the Battle of Pesaca Humor and Fun of Sher man's March Through Georgia to the Sea Veterans Join in Singing Many Stirring Old War Songs Led by the Regular Elm Park Choir. At the Elm Park church last night the Veteran association of the Wyom ing conference Diet, mini; war hours and tisteued to a recital by Colonel Baiter, of Elmira, of reminiscence of the late war, and particularly his vivid (Inscription of tbe Battle of Pesaea. Colonel Baxter ha not bwn inappro priately dubbed "the silver tongued orator of the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 11 April 1894

I o THE SCRAN TO X TRTBUNE - V F.TYN RsDAY MORNING. APRIL 11, 1594. Yob Shiver and sny: " I'm taking cold." Bui you shiver because your system is weak and cannot resist outside influences. Emulsion the Cream of Cod-liver Oil and hypupliospliite: will clothe your bones vvitli solid flesh and build you up so you won't take cold easily. Physidans, the world over, endorse it. Don't lie deceived by Substitutes! Prpr;il b) ScoU A IL..UO. N. V. All DfUgfiltA 13 The new slope at Elmwood colliery, driven from tho Skidruore to tha bot tom split of the Mammoth vein, wan completed this week. The veiu WM opened at a thickueas of twelve feet. 'I he work of pushing unuifways aUl' driving Mir holes ii being l rapidly, the workmen Working full time, in order to open up tho new working u early as possible. The new slopo at Schuylkill collier; will be 924 feet deep. Five hundred and sixty feat has al ready been sunk This slope will lead to the opening up of a large rijld of coal on the eastern boundar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 11 April 1894

THE SCKANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING. APRIL 11. 1894. 3 LACISUM All Things Musical STELLE & SEELEY, 134 WYOMING AVc. HIGH GRADIi PIANOS WEItRB, BUAW, KM I um, OTHEB HAKES ORGAHS lLL l-'WICIC See the Shaw Tinno from tho World's Fair in our window. A Foe io Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD USE THE And always have Good Bread. MAWUFACTt'RSP AND FOB SALE TO THE TRADE BY he Weston Mill Co, Daniel Scotten's Polka Dot STRIPPED SMOKING TOBACCO 20c. lb. Wholesale, AT GARNEY, BROWN & CO. 537 LINDEN STREET. DR. H. B. WARE SPI.C lAUST. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT. OFFICE HOURS: TOU.M A.H. 1.80 To Eh& iMa :35 WYOMING AVE. PERSONAL. Herman Wahlera, of Now Haven, Conn. , Is in the city on account of the illneaa of Einil Wahlers, his son. George S. Sterling re presenting Dixey'a Adonis company, which will appear at Thn Frothingham next Wednesday and Thurs day, was in thi9 city Wednesday. Mrs. E. M. Bacon, a Reformed Episcopal missionary from Lalitpnr, India, arrived in thi-. city lat evening. She wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 11 April 1894

V THE srRANTOX TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MOKNING-. APRIL II. 18HI. OPB A WHMVH nl"TT? TT"3 T? ' CI n Al I VJ:N 1 IV ID U ii l'J 1 F. EL. WOOD, General Manager. rTOMIUin DAILY and winmv IN SCRAS to.v. Pa. by ul TtUBUKl PvnubBiso Co:.: tan v. New Vrim 'irnoE: tbibphi Euildiko. IllANK S. (jAY. ManAUBIU IMtrWl at Ihf l'oatofflct at .Scinn'un. Fa Secoatf-Ctew io Afaifw. THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. 80BANTON, APRIL 11, lsfli. Fofl MAN who is about to ba alaugh ttrcd. Jatncs AJalbort Mraunliau ietmt ntKontmonlt calm. -Mb llkciom's Gall Day. Wbon an organisation attain iu biief time tho lnembarahip aud infill enefl posmestail by the Scrantou lodge o( Eikf; wheu it calls within itf por taU men foremost iu lumiiisss, politics aud tha learned jiroi'osaioiii: and when it can, without ilounali of trutnputi build for iUelf u borne sueh ai that to be dedicated today, its merit can no longer bn questioned, but must be ac cepted as a demonstrated faot. The old idea that Elkl were mere madcaps or reveler! lias been...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 11 April 1894

I 1 THE S( HA.NTU TKlBlHTji-WElJN KSDA V MOHNLMi. APRIL 11, 189 1. '- - 1 1 , , , giiiiiHigiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiu Pipe Valves J Fittings I THE SCRANTON SUPPLY AND MACHINERY CO. s niiiiiiiiiiiiiftiiiisiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiitiiaiiir: LACE CURTAINS Tlie most delic.tte fubric prop erly cleaned ml THE Lackawanna Laundry 308 Perm Ave. A. B. WARMAN. Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 1 20 Wyoming Avenue HASKELL'S BLACK MOIRE SILKS Novelties in Dress Goods, GERMAN BLACK GOODS 415 Lacka. Avenue. Carpets, Wall Papers, Window Shades, Draperies, Mattings, Rugs, etc WILLIAMS & McANULTY. 12 "7 Wyoming Ava TELEPHONE NO. 535. Th Union Trauafar Company, Limited. Bus line. Baggage nd freight called for and delivered promptly. 107 Franklin avenue. "'Where do the good clothes come from'.' CITY NOTES. The Delaware, Larkawnnna & Western trainmen will be paid today. Nine cases of measels, one of scarlet fever aud one of diptherla were reported to the Board of Health yesterday. The subject of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 11 April 1894

G MERCANTILE APPRAISEMENT OF LACKAWANNA COUNTY. FOB 1111 I Alt 1804. Tho vondors of foreign and domestic mer chandise m. I broker, 5w.i in the Couuty Dl Lackawanna, l'c.. will uko notice that m pur suance of the terera acts of assembly if tho Commonwealth, to provide revenue to meet tho demands on the treasury nud for other purposes, tin- undersigned Appraiser of mer cantile mid other llco'ised t:i;. for said county has prepared a lilt of dealers in goods, wares, ttorohaadlWt patent medicines, brokers, etc., wk ilssule and retail, in said county and placed each in that clnss which appears to him just and right ARCHBALD BOUOCGH. Class.. Bishop, Justus, hardware u Hel.'.c. Philip, rotall 14 Cawley, Merlin, ratnll 14 l Jin ghcr, John M , ftrooer 14 li A H. C. Co.. retail 14 Hnnerty. Jehu, rotall it Fi v. K , retail 14 Goring, . V., retail 14 Migian, Joseph. grocer 14 UAMOy, James A Co., retail 14 Jones, Simpson A Co., retail 10 Kraft, Peter, retail 14 Kiiibnck. A., retail 14 Law. Thoma...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 11 April 1894

THT! SCR ANTON TOTBTTNT?!-WEDNESDAY IfOHNING; APRIL 11. 1M4. will not ba permitted to sef m, n dafenss to .the recovtr y ol ti' amovnt "i tiis llcajisa whii.li Uc Is requested to Haywbea ouit shall In brought, that hu la not 11 Uvular In merrban- dfss, stc. Tim law rurtusr provide! thut it ibaUMth dtttyottho county treasurer to mm fi-ir ttio vor.iej v ol ull licenses duly r raratdlo hUhby the swosnttl appraiser it not pmU ou or 1,'rt'oiM the tint Uay of July, iu pcB ami every year, within ten dyB nftar data, aud said tion'uroj' shall not Vxidiifliai'ifed from any such iicenno u aires lie brings suit to recover the eamo ou or bai .-ra that dula. TAKE NOTICE. .Ml who ato concerned in toll, that an aj peal will be held at the Arbitration room, Courthouse, in thecitvotScrautoD, un Thurs day, April X ltW. betv.o n the hourjvr Da. in. audi p.m., fwruty hm I coauty, at which time uud pluce any person above BantOU, de fined and classed as aforesaid, or their ageuU or attorney, mav appear an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 11 April 1894

8 THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE "WEDNESDAY MORNING. APRIL 11, 1894. GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT A Woman Without Gloves Id SCARCELY more thai, half dreisod. No matter how fine a bonnet, how elegunt ndres. she may have, a neat pair of Gloves it necessary for the completion of the out-door toilette, and. in fact, makes up for a great deal that may be lacking in other ar ticles of dress. You can got Gloves Kid Gloves at almost any price. Get them here. A fair-priced glove is, however, cheapest ia the dong run; looks better, wears better, and is guar anteed not to rip or tear. We have the Foster Kid Glove, the H'te Jouvin Kid Glove and other well-known makes. Good Gloves they are. Other stores have them, too. The only differenco is in the price OURS, of course, being the lowest. But the best Glove we have it the new Glace Real Kid Glove With Large Pearl Buttons, in all the New Shades, Tans, Erowns and Blacks, Price, $1 ABLOOM WITH AND BUSINESS. How quick wom'n are to recognizi superior "style!" How th...

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