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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 26 April 1894

Tm JSCHANTON TBIB UNETH UBSDA V." MORNING. APRIL 26. 1894. EXQUISITE STYLISH THE HATS -AT- NEWMAN'S 303 SPRUCE STREET. All the Fashionable Shapes Trimmed to suit the most Mstldious. WORK GUARANTEED, LOWEST PRICES LACE CURTAINS The rnost delicate fsbrio projw erly cleaned at THE Lackawanna Laundry 308 Penn Ave. A. B. WARMAN. Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue Books Given Away Satur day, April 28. TtiorcisndOranire Bl'saomsl ll.uv . on I'... World, I ttuin.ntal hi Leisure, lv yond 1'ivrJ. :.. For Anothor s, n Vlf. in N..m lint. Biitna if Cay. Moll Bawu, 1'uvllls. rum.. A M.DtsI Strilla, U'lie WookM ', AJinlrale Ward. by Woman's Wit, fro the Bitter Eud. Aurora Floyd, rbSatem FurtULe, Vll.ll, illl on t: ! . 5 Adain Bert., roll UM, 1 Mrs Alexander. It, R. Braddon. Oaorge Eliot. Bulvrer I.ytton. Krussl Msltiavers, Ph.! ("Illfnlil, Jin. Wide, wm Wviid, fha i iiil.l Wife, Captain Alityuc Kt-d v anda. 1,'UKIk And maur other MEARS & HAGEN. CARPETS BARGAIN NO 2. Beginning...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 26 April 1894

THE ISCRAKTON TRIED A E -THURSDAY MORNING. APRIL 26. 1894. Emperor Charles II, Accompanied by lialf the nobility of Austria wnt to the Cnrlbnd Springs for tbo rpcoYery of bis health. Six thousand nix hundred horse, so the town records say, were iieceaiar- to convey the com puny to the place. The virtues of the water is as groat the present day as it was iu the time of Charles 11, and although the expense attached to a journey thither is not as groat now as it was then, we are not all wealthy enough to undertake it. For such the virtue of the Carlsbad Spring is extracted. The Carl bud Sprnd Silt, obtaiued by evaporation, containing all thes'Mid constituents of the water, can be obtained at every drag store Is is thevorv best remedy forcntnrrh of the stomach, OOMtipaiion, liver and kiduoy troubles, gout, rheumatism, etc. B sure to obtain the genuine m ported article, which must have the slgustnreof "BUnwft MendeUbn Co , Agonta, New York." on every package Price 1; large liz $1 50. TEA...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 26 April 1894

THE SCHANTON TRIBUNE THURSDAY MORNING. APRIL 26. iSM. CHAPTER XXIV. TJncla Ben returned to the honso at ( mitluiK'it nnd found Marian tnsiously waiting for ncvs. Kojal Kenton hud told him wbat to tell her, and while sho i was comforted in one direction she was i frightened in another. If Kenton mid Braj'ton had been followed over the j mountains and blood bad lieen t bJ. j would the pursuit cease until they had I br.'a hunted down? If th man whom J Unci? Bun bad struck down in the dark ness was Ike Bastor, wouldn't bis In- j formation bring Captain Wylo and his ' company iuto the uoigbborhcod at oneef ! Provided it was not Ike Buster at all, it :artainly was an enemy of some sort, oho would demand revenge. The out- ! .ogk was indeed an anxious one, but ibey could only wait and hope. It was well for the raothM that Ehe I was too ill to realize that anythiiisf un-: utnal wub happen) ag. The 40ctor had I exercised his skill to no benefit, and . liiouph permitting Msriau to hope that fa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 26 April 1894

9 THK SCEAIsTOjS TRIBUKE f H If R SDA Y jtiORNTNTGf, APRIL 80. 1894. LARGE QUANTITIES OF Spring and Early Summer Goods FiJ Our Different Departments Quick Sales and Ready Purchasers Mark tho pvncress of our bnsing. It is often the inry. How is it pos sible to all tin) qnRutitit we buy? The answer in, 'fis very tasv at the value we giro at the prices we nurno. W have mafle early purchases in the markat of all the Latest Novelties avid Staple Goods include ! m each Jt-paitinent of Dry Goods. We have the choice productions of our American tnanufanturers and the novelties of our foreign competi tors. This season i no different from any Other, at least in this one respect that the prii-e always directs the extent of the purchases, and your money will go farther with 1.3 and buy better -oods than ever offered in this place. Are constantly ap pouring. We keep fully abreast of the times, display log every fashion and design as last as they ave plarod npon the market French people are only a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 27 April 1894

3 A Love for Art AVill be created in the dull est soul nl Bight of those beautiful Multichromes. The Second Scries Of these mgnificcnt art works may now bo seen at The Tribune business ollice. EIGHT PAGES--5G COLTJM1TO SCRATON. VA FRIDAY MOItXING. APRIL 27. 1894. TWO CENTS A COPY. OR TIE lEIlTlFUL i era 1 5 RJlffn ylnl WW I VATEA IE F ffl NC TBE IE THERE m FLOOD OF GORE The Bold, Bid Train Stealers Captured With out a Struggle. Six Hundred and Fifty Terrible Cox eyites, Who Have Frightened the Country on a Fjst Frlsght Train, Are Rounded Up by 250 United States Regulars and Made Prison ersNews of the Horse Breeder's Army at Other Points. FOKBYTBB, Mont., April 06 THE strong hud ot tbt law has reaehed out ami seized tbt lion tans "Army ot the Common wenl." The aruiv, 650 strong, cajttt In here from the West at 10. 1" p. til. Inst night Ita lenders gave it out that the train would remain in For syth until morning. At 1180 o'clock, however, the en gineer went to the round hoose and del...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 27 April 1894

2 THE SOKANTON TRIBUNE FRf DAY MOlttftN'G.. A1RIL 27, 1894. THE SECRET (IN 8 ACTS. ) ! f)V f) fi II th ACT. Here you see another position, Hut you must be in condition. A system with a splendid tone Will always balance itself alone. By the use of the Genuine Johann Hoff s Malt Extract It exalts the energies, stimulates tlio uutritive powers, Improve! tbo appe tite and aide diction. It can le used for man, wouiao or oblld. Mitch leal as u lonio in convalescence. PorehnOen are warned against imposition and dij ipp Hutment. Insist upon the Uksi inf. tvhleh mail have the signature o' "Jobaim Hoff" oo the neck label B18MBB A MENDKL80N CO.. Aaants. 132 and 104 franklin St.. New Total I The Heme ban Mm Its First Defeat on Home Grounds. BATTED UNDER DISADVANTAGES They Hit the Opposing Pitcher Hard, but Were Unfortunate in the Pltc ing of the Ball Magnificent Fiel I Ing on Both Sides and i irlt' B.-.se Play -Other News of thj Na tional Game. An enthnsiasttr Thursday crowl. in eluding many la...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 27 April 1894

THE M;H ANTON TKIUUNE FRIDAY MOTJNTNQ-. APRIL L'T. 1894. 8 Lacisum All Things Musical STELLE &SEELEY 134 Wyoming Ave. I11C1I Cj kauu 111 At IXMKltsON, 01 HER HAKES ORGANS AM. PRICK See the Shaw Piano from tho World's Fair in our window. GOOD BREAD SNOWWHITE FLO! And always have Good Bread. M ANL'FACTl'RFI) AND FOR SALF. TO THI TBADStBl Ths haton Mill Co OF COUNTERFEITS ! THI RFNV'NE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE IMITU18 G.. B. & Co , ftrprlr'- ri Er'i Cqsr. Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. t U 1. I 11(11 M. -'l Al.K. DR. H. B. WARE SPECIALIST EVE, F.Aii. KOaK A-ND THROAT. '35 WYOMING AVE. PERSONAL William O'Eriun will visit Syracuse to day. K. P. C oner, of Pottsville, is at the Wntaiaitar. U, P. fljEn, of Oarbondala, wit in the :ity yaatafdaj. (&iTgi Brooks, of Cornell '94, is homo for a few days. Mm Alica Pldgton, of Carboiidsl, aptnt ye-t Tdar in this city. .:r. and Xf. Fred Crisman, of Berwick, wr in the city yesterday. HiM M:t;nif OoM.mitli has 6oae for a llontli'. vi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 27 April 1894

THE SCR AN TON TBEBUNJB J'LtlDAY MOKJN1JNI. AfKlL 'Ji. 1894. SCRANTON TRIBUNE P. E. WOOD, General Manager. rtmr.tsnnn DAILY and wieki.t in scran- TON. T'A.. UV Tilt 'U.IUUNS fuuueniNO Company Nrw York rricm: TninrtNs Bou.niNo. FHANK H (IAT MwAdKll littered a' the YMfoffire nl Smut' n Bstoad Clam Mail Matter THE 8CRANT0N TRIBUNE. SCRANTON. AWNI, W, I8!U ' It is INTIMATED lJ f ri nils of Captain John C. Delttney that if Governor Hnstinus ulsould ilesiro to put pur tieulnrlv artvptatil- polities! present into this stalwart Rspubliesn's uext Xmas stocking, be eould not do better ttiut to m ik- the oaptain a present of ltobert Watehorn's berth as faotory inspector. Widen the Fire Limits. While no practicable extension of the fir liniita of this city would bare prevented the terrible experience that surdsy befell Mr. anil Mrs. l'hilip Sohnsldar at 1734 s.ti.ff..rd uv tine, iu the wipiug out f their hum by rlainss and tbe loss of their three children, t hia latest blaze renews attention to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 27 April 1894

THE SCTiANTOJN TRIBUNE FRIDAY MOBNINtt. APRIL 27. 1894. EXQUISITE STYLISH THE HATS -AT- NEWMAN'S 303 SPRUCE STREET. All the Fashionable Shapes Trimmed to suit the moat 1'iistUllous. WORK lUAliANTEED. LOWEST PRICES LACE CURTAIN3 The niost deli unto fabric prop erly oleauod at THE Lackawanna Laundry 308 Penn Ave. A. B. WARMAN. NorrmanA Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue Books Given Away Satur day, April 28. Thorns andOranire ltl'esoiusl Tliruwu ou the World. l'oyond Pardou. F.f Anether'e Bin, Wife In Nuiuo (July, Molly Bavtd l'hyllis, 1 ortis, A Mental Ktrutrtle, The Woolnif O't, Admiral Ward. Ky Woman's v. it, To the Hitter End, Aurora Itoyd, Phantom fortune, Vixen, Mill ou the !': -. Adam H.Mi, IVlxUolt, Alieo. Vriiest Msltravers, aul 1 1 fiord. llerttaa M. Clay. TUis Duchess. Mr. Alexander. M. f. Braddoa. Uaorgo Eliot lUilwer l.ytton. The Wide. Wide World, Eliza Wotheroll The Child WUC, Captaiu May lie Hi d iVaiida, Ouidu And manv others. MEAR3 & HAGEN. CARPETS BARGAIN NO ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 27 April 1894

TITE ECRJiNTCXN TRIBUTE FRT DAY MORNING. APRIL 27. 1894. fsi frWs "As Well Off as the Richest" Charles V., Maria Theresa, the Empress Of Austria, tioet'.ie, Beethoven, Blsmarck,the Princess Louise of England, Count Von Caprivi, ami a host of other celeb ritiea have visltel tlio famous Sprudel Spring of CJarJsbad, and we are not all Qoethea and His mareks, but we may enjoy the greater advantage of having the Spring with all ItebenefitB bron.Lclii directly home to ns. The more rapid means of transit ami the march of invention is bringing everyone within easy reach of every creative blessing. The Carlsbad Water bottled at the Spring, or the Carlsbad Sprudel Bait, the solid evaporations of the water, may he hail of any drug gist, and are without an equal in all disorders of the stouiaoh, in testines, spleen, liver, prostrate, kidneys and bladder, and in gout and diabetes. Beware of imita tions Eisner and Mendelson Co., Sole Agents, N'ew York. ARBOR day ex;rcisf.s. To Ee Rendered at ths ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 27 April 1894

THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING APRIL 27. 1894. CHAPTER XXV. tltiioniih surprissd and confounded fy the sudden turn uf I'VcntH.Unclo Ben did not entirely I OSS his head. When he hcnrd the men crying out for revenge .nxl looked into their jiitileas fucts, be felt that liit last liour had come. And yet the devotion of tho old slavo was never better illustrated than in what followed. As a portion of the crowd started for the house, no doubt tally ex pectiui: to Bad Kenton thero, tho old man shonted at the top ot nil voice: "Com back yere cum back! Yo kin kill me if yo' wants to, but fur .iod's sake doas put yo'r feet in diit towel" "What's the ruattor?'' asked ono as Ihe fian came to a halt. "D& old missus am lyin in dai d( .il an all alono, an it hain't fitten dat yo' ihould so iu!" "Whir'a that Yankee? Whar'i the inl? Whar'i istevo Brayton?" was shouted at him. "Dun gone all dun pone!" he an swered. "It's je.-t liko 1 tulo yo' uo Lody in dar t ut do dead missus!" "Goon, go o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 27 April 1894

8 THE SCEAlTrON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY rORT!TN"G, APRIL 27. 1894. LABGE QUANTITIES OP Spriqg and Early Summer Goods Fill Cur Different Departments Quick Sales and Ready Purchasers Mark tho progress of our busineRS. It isofttm t lie query, How h it pos sible to wll tlie quantities we buy? The tuiswer if, ' is very ensv at tho values we iivo at tho prices we name. We have ina'ie enrly purchases in the ninrkr-t of nil the Latest Novelties and Staple Goods inelnded ill eacli department of Dry Qoodii We have the choice prodnotioni of our American mnnutneiurer.s and the unvcltios of our foreign conipti tors. This onson is no i1ifTernt from nny other, at least in this one respect--that the price iiIwhvs directs the extent of tho purchases and your money will go farther with us and buy better goods than ever offered in this place. S Are constantly ap peanng. e keep fully abreast of the times, display IDS evsrv fashion Now Ideas in Ladies' SUITS I and design n last as thv are nlaced - npon the marke...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 April 1894

r A Love for Art re Sca? Sitas Of these magnificent art works may now bo soon at The Tribune business ollice. Will bo created In the dull -est soul at sight of thoso beautiful Multich routes ft1 EIGHT PAGES--56 COLUMNS. SCRANTON. PA.. SATURDAY MORNING. AL'RIL 28. 1894. TWO CENTS A COTY. CULTIVATE I LOVE FOR T TAKING THESE IILTIIBII PE OEAfTFl HOME OF COXEYITES Movements of tlie Unwashed Aimy at Various Points. FATE OF MONTANA PRISONERS Uneasiness Felt at Tacoma Lucy Parsons Renders Songs of An archy for the Benefit of Chicago Followers A Large Force of Dep uty Marshals Guarding the North ern Pacific in Washington State. Portland's Contingent Seizes a Union Pacific Station Regulars from Vancover Ordered Out. Tai rM , Va?I)., April 87. uneasiness from tbt (.oxey iiriuy is DOW teared nun hi ibj time ilnoi the movement wi's inaugurated. The federal tuort bu instructed Marshal Drake to f il l v protect all property Of the Nor thern Pacific He ban sworu in loO deputies, sending thetn to v...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 April 1894

THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 28, 1594; THE SECRET OF STRENGTH. (IN 8 ACTS.) FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL A FAITHFUL SENTINEL IS CUAUDINQ ONE OF UNCLE SAM'S FOHTAJLS RELATES UI8 EXPE1UENCR. Treasury Department, U- & ImmioratUm I 4,'errtce, Buffalo, N. Y. f Wor.Ls's Dispensary Medical AbisOCiatioh: ' W .Sirs From early childhood T have gu( te m a slugirisli liver with all tho die- ort looonipsnytllg such a companion. Do invaoriptioris aud patent medicines I hav In ahuudanoe; they only nffonlPd temp . . relief. I was recommended to try Dr. 1 'e Pleasant Pellets, 1 did bo, taking thiw night and two after dinner every dayfi 11 two weeks. 1 1 hen reduced the dose to one "j illet" every day aud OOP tinned this Connolly &, Wallace Etockd an'J Ilonds. NlW YORK, April 27. American Sugar was again the featuro of the stock markot today. Nearly S,O0O shares were traded iu, out of a grand total of lSd.OtO shares. The stock was in demand throughout, and after jumping three po...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 April 1894

THE PCH ANTON TRIBUNE S ATUTM) AT MORNING-. APTUL 28. 1894. 3 Lacisum All Things Musical STELLE &SEELEY 134 Wyoming Ave. HIGH QRADB PIANOS tv eher, BHAW, BMBBBOM, 01 HER MAKES ORGANS Al l. I KK E See the Shaw Piano from the World's Fair in our window. - A Foe to Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD -TT81 THF NOW WHITE FLOOR And always have Good Bread. ItAXUFACTTTBED and fob half, to 'im: TH.ir r.Y The Weston ill Co LEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE BFHIIINE POPUl'-r. Punch Cigars G , B. 8c Co. fmprlntee1 "n Fmri ClflOf Parney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. till 1: 1 Hot OS IQUABK DR. H. B. WARE HPF.CIALIHT. EYE; EAR. NObK AND THROAT. CFF1CR E0DR3: t? '35 WYOMING AVE. CITY NOTES. Ftraiv hats have, male their appearance. ('banne are tx-inif made in the Yonnir lien's Christian Association gymnasium to increase the floor ; im, The Boa Tot Social dab (aotivt Turners will hold it- second ennui! .M iv hup nt Turri'-r hull Friday tVtniRg, May 11. The double bowo of Martin MoT own lo rated near the I.eirgutt'al 're...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 April 1894

1 THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MOKPTUTO. APRIL 28. 1894. SCEANTON TRIBUNE F. E. WOOD, General Manager. rtJBMSDEn nalt.Y ANP WXBK J - V IN Sl'BAS rON, PA.. UV VlIB UUIUUNK FUBLISUING ci itipAjir S S Your mcsi Bcildino, Frank 8. ov.kt. VitosR. Lntertd at the Paita'JIce at Fcranton, fa, at Steond-Clast Hail Hatter. THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. BCBAHTOR, APRIL SS. 1894. It is bkcause the American p-opl iovs n light! that so inuny of them ur SIMdoUl to see Figlititiij Jnck Robinson whip big trsdnssri nud win tUo nomi n.ition At orirt and the ixms timo. Tom Reed at Pittsburg. The reception nceonletl lint evunlntj ;o ex-Speaker lifted hy the nismtiers md gnssts cf the Atncricna club of Pittsburg WU an incident well worthy il more thim passing attention. Tb personality, not left than the utter ances, of the hfro of this notable ova tion evor repays study. Tbo attributes of political leadership and the means whereby be daily giini popularity and wius esteem are worthy of thoughtful consideration b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 April 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 28, 1894. EXQUISITE STYLISH THE HATS AT - NEWMAN'S 303 SPRUCE STREET. All the Fashionable Shapes Trlmmoil to suit tho most fastidious. WORK GUARANTEED. LOWEST PRICES LACE CURTAINS The moit ddieate fabric prop rrly tilesned at THE Lackawanna Laundry 308 lYnn Ava. A. B. WARMAN, Norrman& Wloore FIRE INSURANCE i20 Wyoming Avenue Books Given Away Satur day, April 28. Thornsnni! Ornuirti HlVst'inil Thrown on tbe World, tcepcatea boiautct ovomi Pardon. For Anotherai Sin. Wlfn in Nanio Only, Molly Bawn, Pbyills, l'ortis, A Mi-i.tsl Sttuirrle, 'I'll.' Wooing 't, Admlral'i ward. By Woman w it, To tho Hitter End, Aurora Floyd, Phantom Fortune, Vum. Mill on the FKwj, vduin Iloilo, FeUxHolt, Alice, Brace! Maltrarccs, Paul Clifford. Tho Wlda, Wide World, The Child Wife. Itartua M. Clay. Tho DttehCM. Mrs. Alexander. If, F. Hraddou. tinorgv Eliot. Ilulwer I.ytton. Fli.-ji Wether. 11 Captain Mayae RM ,1 .1 1)111(14 And many " tilers. HEARS & HAGEN...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 April 1894

0 TITE TRIBTDSTE-SATURDAY MORNING; APRIL 28. 1894. IT IS TIME TO BET WELL All Nature Takes a New Start New Sap Runs in the Trees and New Blood Courses Through the Veins In Spring Take Paine' s Celery Compound, the Only Remedy That Cures. verytblngis upward striving. ' flu as easy now for the Users' SO be true As for Betas to bs green or kics tu iio blue; 'Tin til" proper way Of living. All animate nature feela tho touch of spring. Nature has her ,'.-.t spring cleaning days. Tne birds net new plumage, tho Cili put on their fresh, Kllateniiiir, scaly armor; new 8tr?nius of fresh water start from tho ground; thor are new buda and livelier tap, and in the human bo.Jy tho heart throt s with fuller, Stronger boats. It is a teason of yroit changes. At no time dnrtng the rear is the body o inclined to ct rid of old, dis eased conditions, obtoulo aiok&OM and deep-seated disorders of tin vital or gan. It i for these reasons that Paine's Celery compound, the most famous jierve regiilntor a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 April 1894

THE SCKANTON TT BTJN i- SA TtlRDAY AlOBttiNGr. APRIL 28, 1894 1 1' T.V . N VNVT I1! .Jf "God bressyo', Miss Sunshine, fare ber en fnrebex fur what yo' dun did fur mc, but I'n (jot powerful bad bows to tell yo'l" " Is mother dead I" alio nsked as tbe color wont out of her faco and her lips prow white. "Sho was dead when I dun got yero!" 1 "Undo Ben," whispered the pirl, choking back Uio wails of sorrow which sought to pnsa her lips, "I know yon nro etill and lame and Bore, but 1 want you to try to reach thu Federal army and bring help!" "I hain't hurted much only jest a loetlo bit an I'll start right oCT'lio answered. I'll go, nu I'll keep gwino till I drap down in my tracks!" "God grant that you may be in time!" ?ho prayed as she turned away to inter tho honed tho dead, while tiio old nan lost not a moment in setting out on his journo down the ron.l. Let us tse how things went oa at tbe camp. .Marian had noaooner left it than Steve Brayton still further strengthened t!ie defenses. T...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 April 1894

THE SCR ANTON TKIBTTNE-SATURDAY MORNING. APRIL 28. 1894. LARGE QUANTITIES OF Spring and Early Summer Goods Fiil Our Different Departments Quick Sales and fteady Purchasers Mark the progress 0f onr bnsinens. It is often tlieitnry, How is it pos sililo to sell the quantities we buy? Tlio answer is, 'I'is very asv at tlio values we glvs at tbo pricss we name. We have mafle early purchases in tbe market of all the Latest Novelties and Staple Goods Inolndsd in endi department of Dry Hoods. We have the choice productions o? our American jnanul'actnrers anil tlie novelties of our foreign competi tors. This season is no different from any other, at least in this one respect -that the price always directs the extent of the purchases, and your money will go farther with us and buy better goods than ever offered In this place. Are constantly ap pearniK- " keep fully breast of the times, display ing every fashion and design as last us thev are placed New Ideas in Ladies' SUITS " upon the market...

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