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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 20 April 1894

THB SCHANTON TE1BDNE iitlDAT MOUSING. APRIL 20. 1S94. LACE CURTAINS The most ilolicr.te fabric prop erly cleaned at THE Lackawanna Laundry 300 Penn Avo. A. B. WARMAN. Norrmanfi Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue We are showing full linos of Kid Cloves Corsets AM) 415 Lacka. Avenue. CARPETS BARGAIN NO 1, For one week, beginning Monday, April ioth, we will sell All-wool Hxtra Super Ingrains lor 60c. Regular 75c. good9. Williams & McAoulty "2.7 Wyoming Ave. TELEPHONE NO. 525. The Union Transfer Companv, Limited. Km lice. Baceao sn.l freight rullit f.ir and delivered promptly. 1U7 Franklin avenue. CITY X0TS. Base bail news will be found on the second tlti. A tins tram of bank ball of th uH between the Dickson Citv and Providen. n teams will begin tonight at tho Dickson club's ball. "Alabama" will be nrcmnted at tho nw FrotbingUam theater this eveniiiir by a company headed by Frank Q Dinj and I 'lenient BalntMridm A fnrmr rnnlnmah Mrs. Rachael liefer, of the Vv'est Side. wno has...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 20 April 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL 20. 1894. 6 PITTSTON CONDENSATIONS. Th Nsws of Both Towns Told in Short Paragraphs. Special ti the .scrniifou Ti ilnuic. PlTTSTON, P., April 19 Tlw cora mitteo of fifteen who rverti tippoi u til to iIpvUh luaaim of raiatug tna amount necessary tu sewor and ;i.iv tlio town liuv not as yet arrived at any con- oltwlon. . Judge Rioe lias appointed V7, H, Holliiter burgeu of Aroca, to till the THuMoy of 0. D. HollUter. The 'gamp of buket ball between Company C'a team and tli Plymouth Star's club, at .Armory hall, Wedim . day vning, resulted in an tnisy vic tory for the homo player. The wooden sidewalks on South Jlalu (treet lire in a deplorable con dition and a dlijrrao tothe borongn. Where are the authorities'.' On Monday evening qxi a grand ball will be held at St. James' hall, upper Pittaton, nnnar the auspiot of the Ancient Order of Bibornlana, for the benefit of Mlobaal Halloo, who was dangeronely hurt by a premature Must in the Twin shaft ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 20 April 1894

THE FC-RAXTOX TRIBUNE-FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL 20. 1894. II Sagger 0AHtsajwe n.mm i i IB Hi CHAPTER XX. Kenton made no reply tci Steve Bray ton'a inquiry, but tho latter noticed look on the young hum's face he bad novel- seen thete before. Tho Virginian by adoption bad puiioed the oonne be thought was right. He had done his duty under all circumstances and had been thoroughly loyal to tho cante which ho espoused. Those besido whom jo fought had made every attempt to legrado and disgrace him and drive Mm out of tho service. If he had not Mllltedp be would have been called u traitor and driven uway from his homo with bodily injury. He had joined tho ranks to bo suspected und denounced. As tho cate now stood he could not leave the southern cause without being re turned on the rolls as a di setter. If ex changed, he would bo put on trial, ami bo realized that enough Influence could bo brought to beat to further disgrace bim. "Look ero, Yank, what's bothetin yo'r head?" asked Steve after a ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 20 April 1894

3 THTl FTFNTCm TKjBUNE-Jj'UIDAY MolttfilNGK APRIL L0. 1894. S3 The portry of ilivi - TtM one prerogative ol roynlty ami nubility Tlio llgQOl SftStOOfSSy Him ul 'Into iisiumril no ninny In-auti fill forms th:it LUCES ARE ORDAINED Frnll trimming w this season. liiiiiiieginisiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiij PARI8, Keb.fi, "W, 5 S "Tuorgforl continue. At g S obsrlty bassr bold at the Ministers del g 'Interlenr lasl work, srhere was to t . 5 g; Men all the Fink Pleuii of the Par- 2 iglall world tit' I'nhloii, Hourly all the g S Aresssstrere well covered with Lao s DBt UOOD8 ECOMOMIST. S nilKiUHIMHIHIBMIICimieWMSIIillii Highest uf all in Leavening Powet. Latest U. S. Gov't Report. ABSOLUTELY PURE What Paris Wears, We Show. LACES FOR HATS LACES F0! WRAPS LACES FOR DRESSES LACES FOR LINGERIE In a word EVERYTHING. Point du Venise--Tlio renl article in tricately mtisy as tho snehanttng cuuals of Venice itself and couieil from old, rich price leas patterns now on exhibition in foreign art galle...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 April 1894

K Pi) ; l - - THOSE Multichrouies are still the talk of the town. cranton NOT HIHG i liiir: them has ever beet) seen. EIGHT PAGES- 56 COLUMNS. SCR ANTON. PA.. SATURDAY MORNING. APRIL 21. 1894. TWO CENTS A COPY. IB. II IE, KV m EJOUPON, WITH k 1 El PROCURED h FINER RRRGAIH THE REIGN OF KING KELLEI Despotic Power Felt at the Scene of Disturb ance In Nebraska. HE WANTS THE ROCK ISLAND ROUTE In Case the Railroad Is Not Captured the Army of Tramps Will Be Satis fled in Confiscating the Horses Owned by Farmers Along the Route to Washington Scenes of Excite ment at Omaha The Military Or dered Out. Omaha. N'eb.. April 20. THREE thousand Uboriutc men marched out of Omaha to day with bnuu-rs Bring oouu'l for thu Kllt)V cnuip ut Weston, lows, lourteoii unlet) east of Council Bluff. It wu done utiou the siijuiil agreed upon at lat m.-m meet ing of the Ceutral Labor Uuiou the riugiiitf of cliureh Mis and the blow ing of whistles, K . v meu were still at Weston uuable to secure u traiu for t)ie E...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 April 1894

THE SCTiAtfTON IBTJNE -SATU WDAY MORNING-, APRIL 21, 1804 FIRST GAME OE SEASON Scrautoa Club Easily Defeats Tommy Bister brook's Warriors. A REPRESENTATIVE AUDIENCE Many Representative Scrnntcnians Participate in tlio Opening; of the New Ball Park Some of Those Who Wore Present-Wind ami Grounds Were Untavorablo for Good tJall Playing - Score ot Gam. Mr. Swift's trained athletes opened 'the baseball season of '04 at tbt new l ull park on Providenoe road yesterday afternoon i.v defeating the diamond warriors, led tommy Etatarbrook, ol New V. : who called tbemsslves Mm Murray Hills. They were ontolSSSed tiy t!i Scrw- ,nolub, but bravely struggled during Dine innings against an adverse fate Biui rabidly rising si-ore. Before going to the j:irk the two slnbs in esrriaeea paraded the prineipal streets of the .-uy headed by tha Law ronaeband At the park that muiioal ofganiaatlon discoursed a number of lively, tune dnring tue game. At 4 o'clock tture ware about 1,000 persona in tho park ana...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 April 1894

THE TBTBTTlfiS SATURDAY MOTtNINGr. APHTL 21. 1894. 3 Lacisum All Things Musical stelleTseeley 134 Wyoming Ave. HIGH QRAI3B PIANOS WBBEB, SHAW, EMKBSOH, Ol Ml K MAKES ORGANS AI.l PRIOI See the Shaw Piano from the World's Fair in our window. GOOD BREAD -USE THE- SNOW WHITE FLOOR And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOR SALE TO HIE TRADE BV tie Weston Mill Co IIUU OF COUNTERFEITS ! Punch Cigars HAVE THE 'MITIAIS B. 8e Co. ImnHntort nn Ech Ciac Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. DR. H B. WARE MTc I Al.lsr. EYE. EAR NOSE AMJ THROAT OFFICE HOURS: tTOU.IOA.lt '35 WYOMING AVE. PERSONAL P. L, Lacy, of Waverly, N. Y., was in this city. E. (i. Coarsen is engaged on business in New York city. H. M. Ott, of WilliamsportJ was yester day in BcrantOO. Homer Greene, -,f Honesdale, was yes terday in horautoa. F. E Clark, of Geneva, N. Y., was in this city yesterday. W. W. Drinker, of Plymouth, was in this city yesterday. A. J. Dvereaux and A. C. I.eet were Binghamton vi-uors here yesterday. B. H....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 April 1894

THE SCTKAM'Otf TBIBTINE-SATUKDAT HOBKIir(, APRIL 21. 18!M. BCRArNTON tribune f. EL. WOOD, General Manager. fnuisnr.n haii.y ami wef.ki.y W BORA yon. PA., iv lut 'luiUL-VK poauiHaia COMPANY. JtBW ' J' HA Mi tORK (irncr: TitrinNc s. liiiAv. MAVAoaii nrn.Pi no. Attend u ffi roitofllct nt SenmUm, Becvnii-CUM Hail Hatter. i'rt., u THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. BORAKTON, APRIL El, ISM, Tnr. bxact difference between tho v"pil ruin for cotintin;; a qvoxniB Mlfl the rale which thiaoongresa haBobostn isou. Mr. Retd did hi own count In, whereae Mr. CJtlepwlll have two teller, and jrti not be happy. Euryitif; tlic Wires. Qoeton'l boanl of aldermen evidently tlisnpree with rt'iiresonUtivoii ot oloc- trical companies who contend that un derground Wirei (ire n practical impos Btbility. It baa just ordered not only the Western Union Telegraph a n i pany, tn New England Telegraph and Telephone company anil the Boaton EHwtriO Light company to plate Ihelr wires in bntied conduits, between thii ilnte and Nov. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 April 1894

TUh SCKANTON Tl? I B 1111 E N A T if 1 I HAY MORNING. APRIL 21. 1894. 5 LACE CURTAINS Tim most delloata fabric iiroit erly oloaned, at THE Lackawanna Laundry !2LE2 iiwARMAjj. Norrrrjctn & M oorc FIRE INSURANCE 220 Wyoming Avenue Waara allowing lull hues of Kid Cloves Corsets -ASH- EQUIPOISE IVJUSTS, 415 Lacka. Avenue. CARPETS , BARGAIN NO 2. Beginning Monday, April 23, we will otter Moquettes at 75c. per yar yard. Regular price is $i, 25. Wo have only a limited quantity of these broods. Call early to secure them. '27 Wyoming Ave. TELEPHONE NO. 525. The Unloa Transfsr Comnauy, Limited. 'Rus Una, BagfageBttd freight aiiletl f..r nml ileiirered protuptlr. 107 Franklin ivenne. CITY NOTES. The first rrmoti ag of the amlitin;? com mit ten of the nv.v solect council will bo oilii Monday night. Tim many friond- cf T.im Mack will be phased to Isarn that ba la meeting with mncb nweaai with the Barlow Lira, min strel?. A vlippin? party" will bo bald by the 1irl, Friendly society at the Gui...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 April 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUTE-SATURDAY MORNING. APRIL 21. 1894. WHERE LIES DANCER? So Say the Various City Boards of Health. ANSWER HAS BEEN FOUND Evidence) That Even Impure Vegeta bles anil Tainted Meat Are Not so Bad as Food Undigested. There linn been a great ileal taiil in tht papers about edolterated foods, Evury Luge city has a board of health that earelnlly Inspect! the fruits ami Vegetables that eoms into the city. Tills is all very well; bnt it does not roaeb the source of the trouble from vrbiou inon nod women mitTer. No food is healthy if It is not digested. If the sweetest and freshest vegetable form Bold Or iiM in the stomach, tlivy ate boirouout. A boiling, rotting mats or food in the stomneh that i not end oeunot be digested, becomes simply riik poison, no matter how pur ami good the f joJ way have been before it WS eaten, so that the trouble i not to much with the foods se it is with our power of digesti;;"; them and taming t.'pm iuto purs blood. tWi, match), nrrre, brain and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 April 1894

THE SOUATON lIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING. A PHIL 21. 1S!M. 9 CHAPTER XXI. y?elinvo rando uo note of tyroe, A yosrof war seems to fly wore swiftly by than a month of peace. Tho initiates or war arc made ap of it dead, Itahonrs bfbarjgla, its days of battles, its weeks of campaigns which move a tuition, it months of black flgnres relating the number of ttiduws an I orphans and tho tof of millions ol dollars expended, its years t( despaii and desolation crying to tu ra en. Winter bad-fallen npon mountain u I valley, oponth i blackened rains ol i ace happy hornet, npon blood snot and bttri al ground. While things bad gone vary quietly :;t Beet Bnren they bad uol gone welli Now and th a : i! tachment many of the inhabitants bad fled away. - : i i Wiping that she woe! I - ni ad that slu' con On i r 1 want thnt it nut it fofosinati f rum ii' r faint, "Only rnmorid. bnt' ''Dot you believe ta- rnmot will be noflflnned "I ninitt say that f do. Mr. Kanton wa-( I believe, ;fri' ad of y-nr". nnd of f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 April 1894

THE SCTi ANTON 'IttlBUNE-SATlTTtDAY JTO"R'NTN"Q. APRIL !. 1894. I -4 The poetry of flrnn 'I !u oaee prerogative of royalty ami nobility Tli" sign of aristocracy Hll oflat ' Steamed s tmany beauti ful forms Unit LACES ARE ORDAINED For nil trimming tuot dii mmoq( ii,mgi!iiiii!iiiH!(siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 5 p i:is, Feb, r.. U. 5 h 1 The rag for Lacus continuoa ': .1 I S obarlty baser n. Mat tho Ulaisl ire del 2 H 'lotertenr la1 week, where eree to be 2 j tcSn all the Pini PttUH 'f the Par w Itlsu world of Fashion, nearly all the S teei were well oovered wltu I ... S 2 DM I 00 D 1 ONOMIM 5 nilllElttlIIIIIII9SIIII!illlllllMIIIIIIIIBin What Porta We.irs, Wc Show L1CBS FOR HATS LACES FOa WRAPS LACES FOR DRESSES UGBS FOR UIGBRIB In a word EVERYTHING. Point du Venise Tlio rtal articl lu- IritfOtely muzv us the enchanting cauiUof Veiitoe itself and iv(ie,l f torn old, rtoh prieeleai pattarni son on exhibition In f -rtrtx art KaHerie. 11 to l luetics wide; solid and not top-- for yokes, r...

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

00f7 fr 77f Opportunity pass to possess yourself of this incompara ble art treasure. EIGHT PAGES-56 COLUMNS. S( 'KAN TON, PA.. MONDAY MORNING, A PHIL 23. 14. TWO CENTS A COPY. M 11 1 PON HI I HI IF THE FIRST Series of Uultiohromea were bautilul, Hit' Becond are lit erally gorgeous. BE ID. fill CAN BET THE fMILIE SERIES HL? ODE Ml BITUMINOUS COAL STRIKE Tha GfDoral Order to Be llDlienili Ob served Among Soft Coal Mines. SECRETARY IHBRYDES OPINION Ho Thinks Th.it the Striki Will Pc Satisfactorily Adjusted in a Short Time Suspension Will Enable Operators to Work Oft Their Stock. Situation in Co.-.i Fields Elsewhere. Etrkatob, III . April 99 SECRETARY PA I RICK nl'BRIDE olttaa United Mine Workers. ami Jtr. Howelle, ol Colorado ad dressed a meeting of miners her yeeierday, Ht wbicb it v.i decided by r 8t tea tor nitwi to Join th strike. Bscretary McBridv sold iu spanking Of tbestrike: "II means theinaugura. Hon ot t:fw fi rm of Industrial wr fr. We ore tired of local strike, which have e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 23 April 1894

THE SCtfANTON TRIBtTNE MONDAY MORNING. AriUL 2.?, 1894. SYRACUSE TURN-DOWN BcrulOD Defeated Jay Faalz's Mcu in an Interesting Came. HOGAN'S SENSATIONAL CATCH 11 Probably Saved the Gimo for Scrnnton -Homo Team Played an Errorless Game Faatz and Wilson, of the Visitors, Dbe;ust the Specta tors by Their Kicking Hodson Did Some Remarkably Good Work. What a iriune it. WMl Fall of lit and vim front tin opin ing inning until Qogan md hia won derful catch in tile ninth. Ho vu the biro Of the hour. Tba crauku would liar denied him notliijijr in that proud mouisnt when he so neatly nlppM tho fust budding lion Of Syracuse. Bnt Hogan ii modest and h limply returned to his station as if nothing unutuul had hnnpeuud. When the Syr.ieuio club made its ap PIMMM on tha Providence I toad grounds Saturday to contest with tha h'ime team, it was ttia geueral opinion of tho 1,300 perious present that Seran lon would havo to dj won pretty play ing to win. Tho Syrucuse man looked like ball players and handl...

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

liiJi KCBANTON TBIBXmE-MONDA MORNING. APRIL 23, 1894. 3 Lacisum All Tilings Musical STELLE&SEELEY 134 Wyoming Ave. viKADLi WEBEB, Ml AW, KMKIUOW, OIHEH HAKES s Ai.i riitrr: See tho Shaw Fiano from the World's Fair in our window. II Foe to Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD USE THE- And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED ANP FOR SALE TO THE TRADE BV The Weston Mill Co BEWARE 0? COUNTERFEITS ! THE EFMtllMF PfJPlH .R Punch Cigars HAVE THE )WITIAt9 B. & Co, irprtn!" t f irh C'flar. Garnev. Brown & Co. Mfr's. iii HUI -. Mil AUK. DR. H. E3. WARE srr.t 1 vnsr. EYE. KAli, iSOsE A.SL HI BOAT. OFFICE HOURS: UR&fcfrk 35 WYOMING AVE. MM ATTRACTIONS. Wedo 1 1 y evening L'irlow nrothere' Binetreli will h.; tli attraction a: tne Academy of Mnie. Tlio Omaha lie ' Every ffiitnre . nil turn in the I v i ir.r.t. cl "in anil lirst-eUss. Tin- curtain rni.e on a vry pretty set fir--; iart, with tho oroheatra teated on a r.Jcoiv to the r-ar of th circle of r.rtit. Tiie lieantifiil salmon colored drape...

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

1 THE PCTf ANTON TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING. APRIL 23. 1894. BCRANTON TRIBUNE F. E. WOOD, General Manager. Fnuinn PAI1.Y AM) WBIS.L.Y IN SCHAS TON. PA.. T I'll 'SHIHUN PUBMBIHNO Nrw YotiK Office: Tnincsi Bbildiso. Fnasi B, (Iray, Manaoeii iiUsrerf of rif PottoffiM nt ViT.mton. fo.. a StYCnd-Class Vaii Hatter. THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. BOBANTOM, A PHIL 3. lS'.U. An iNTKiiiis'iiNU puint in libel will be decided whoa It is lanrned bow much Editor Orr of the llnrrisburg: Patriot will be iii'ilcteil m law for culling mi opponent "political tramp." No doubt Philanthropist Coxay views the progress of this cade with feelings of warm personal concsru. s Strike of Soft Coal Minors. Patrick McBryoV, the loeretary and treasurer of tha United Jlin Work er of America, a labor organiza tion at whose command 180,000 men mifri;d n the bittiuiinans 001 mining industry in WSt)rn Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, ports of Illinois and Wet Virginia on Saturday went on strike, aDDOQDcaa tb purpose of this vast movama...

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

THE SCTCANTON TRIBUNE MONDAY MOKININU. APRIL 23, 1894. LACE CURTAINS The moat delicito fabric prop erly cleaned at THE Lackawanna Laundry 308 Penn Avb. A. B. WURMAN. Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue Wearo allowing full lilies of Kid Gloves Corsets - AND - EQUIPOISE 415 Lacka. Avenue. CARPETS BARGAIN NO 2, Beginning Monday, April 23, we will otlcr Moquettes at 75c. per yar yard. Re jular price is $1, 85, We have only a limited quantity of these goods. Call early to secure them. Williams & McAnulty '27 Wyoming Avo. TELEPHONE NO. 5JS Th Ur.lon Tranfr Company, LtmiUrt 'Pus line. Baggage n'l freight railed far and delivered promptly. loT Kriuikliu avt-nue. M CITY NOTES. BsoOBcl week of criminal court begins ti.it morning. Ball for the benefit of Iff. James Kee jjnnat Mimic Hall tonight. Mr. Thomas i". Tnrrey. of New York, li gOMt Of Colon) nud Mrs. 11. .M. BoiSI The liavy rain sform vesterdsy morn ing made it disngreeabia or church goers, Haydn Kvau p'lpil will gi...

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

6 J HE SCKAKTON Ti.IJttTXE-MOXOAT MORNING. APRIL 23. 1S94. Fat Is Wanting in most foods, or, If present, is not assimilated. The result is loss of flesh and strength. Scoffs Emulsion the Cream of Cod-livor Oil, is a palatable, easy fat food that any stomach can retain and any system assimilate without effort It gives flesh and strength. Physicians, the world over, endorse it. Don't be dwelled ty Militates! rTCl'i-cd 'iy Scott & Uov.nr, N. Y. A ' "-t: IL 11 OF INDUSTRIES Fomo tin nso the Rending Railroad company issu"il nn order for tlio r moval of nil tbo four wheal black rnrs nsed in the coal trade service because of toe introduction of tbe 1 nric-' gondolas. BeTeral hundred of these csrs were dnmped over the bunk ba tWOOU th car shop ami miohln shop nt Tnlo Alto mut sonaeqnmtly burned tin- The company baa juat Issued an other ord-r on t ti is mbjeot, this tim tloln nwny with the ten ton capacity flight-wheel ear. Thin order is erve I In pursuance of a law recently paaaad that ...

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

t THE SORATON TEIBWKE MONDAY MOBNIKG. APRIL 23. 1894. I LACKAWANNA COUNTY TREASURER'S SALE OF FOR UNPAID TAXES YEARS 1891 AND 1892. Notic e is lioruliy given, that ill piirRiiaiiee ol tlm deveral AVts nf Assrinlily of tlin I'om momualtli of Pennsylvania) directing tho mode of tale of Baatad 1 miH ntm-m-ii to thn County Oommlaanoner for unpaid taxes, Hutu will Ii" exposed tit public Mile on the second Monday of June next, (lltn, 1394,) at 10 o clock n, in., m tho court house In the city or .Kernu- tou, tin) following lot- itud Iraotl of land, unless tho tuxes uiul OOatl art , aid bef' re thut lime: ARCHBALD BOROUGH. Ai.wunl "f Acrt, Luta, tie- Piniecj. Watranftt Kamtt orJk$erlpUto WMtt,tt& 1 lot mid house. Connolly. Junius 3 2 111 1 lot Evuns, Joint 0 Pint ward 3 "H m ue eoiil only Farnham, John, estate Nathan Wade tract, First ward 4B VI Uaoraa. turf ace Parnnatn. John, estate First ward 3 id IQI lo res Parnhatn, John, estate .lai ob V .slier tract, Tlnrd ward 113 H ol;! acres F...

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

8 THE SCVRANTOK TRDHJITB MOj3TDAY MORNING. APRIL 23. 1894. 4 3S"S Tho poetry of Arena The ouc prcruuMivo if royalty and nobUity ThQ if;n of nrlstocracy Urn of Uto asbumej b j ninny l.ouuti- f n I forms that F rail trimmitia mm till souson. IHII!i!SlllliilBiHllillillllllilllliailIIII 2 PARIS, Feb. SI hi. jjj m "Tli" rage for Lsees continues! Ata S olMMlty bssar Ueldattbo Ministers del 3 H 'Iutoriour last woek, wnera vm toba 3! j seen tin) Pimm Plbuh of tin- far s B Man world of fuhlOU, iWHrly thu aa SS flrejaea were wall covered with Lacea 3 p; Drt Uoodi Eookoiiut. s nsnSIDilllillilStlltlllllillllllillllBllllli? What Paris Wears, We Show uces for hats l;xes fo:i wraps luces for dresses laces for lingerie In a word EVERYTHING. Polrt du Venise The ril article in- trlcataly mas as the enchanting cnnsl of Venioa itself and copN.l from old, rii'h priwlMi patterns now on exhibition in fnreiijii artgallariaa 8 to 10 inohos wide; solid and net tops for yokes, nifties, for the swell ie JoiBTi...

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