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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 2 May 1894

0 EXQUISITE STYLISH THE HATS -AT- NEWMAN'S 303 SPRUCE STREET. All (he Fashionable Shapes Trimmed to suit tlio must fastidious. WORK GUARANTEED. LOWEST PRICES LACE CURTAINS The niost delicate i'abrio prop erly cleaned at THE Lackawanna Laundry 308 Penn Ave. A. B. WARMAN. Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 320 Wyoming Avenue China, 1 1 415 Lacka. Avenue. CARPETS BARGAIN NO 2, We will offer Moquettes at 75C- for another week. Think of it A Carpet worth $1.25 fr 75c. The choice patterns are being closed out very rapidly. Come early. '27 Wyoming Ave. TELEPHONE NO. 55 I !. Union Transfer Company, Limit- 1 Bus line. ISaggagtt and freight rallstt fol ud delivered promptly. 1UT Franklin avenue. CITY .NOTES. Toe contributors of Lackawanna liiw pitat will boid a u .; next ilouday uveuinti. Tun ladioa of Dalton MiMundist EpUco pal church will serve their quarterly cliurch supper Wednesday. May -', from 8 30 to 7.30 p. m. The Lacliawaiiua Kindorarten assocta tiou will bold it annual meeting at tb...

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

TI1E SCBANTON TRIBUTE-WEDNESDAY MORNING. MAY ii, 1894. 'Remarkable how well mamma looks and bow she has gained in nsh, Yoa houhl do the tarn. " "The loss of fliah is a triib. You think yon need not mind it, but you are gradually rutmiut? down. Do like uiiiuima. Use Carlsbad Spmdel Salt every morning boforo breakfast. It will increase your appetite and curt' you of that dyspepsia and biliousness from which you are sulTsrinK. Bo sure to get the genuine Imported article. No subterfuge. " TO BE TRIED AGAIN. Charles Boaenorancs to Stand Trial for the Killing of Thomas Nally. Fptctal tO the Srrnnttm ri i-i - Putston. Pa., May. 1. Charles Bosenerance, who was tried and ac quitted last week of the charge of in voluntary manslaughter in the court 01 quarter afSlloni for the killing of Charles Hjusn, hit widow as prose cutor, is to be tried on the same charge this time for the killing of TIioiuhs Nally, who was killed in the same manner. Andrew Qntno is the prose cutor. The case is set down f...

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

THE SCBANTON TRIBUNE WEDNESDAY MORNING. MAT 2, 1894. MMiffTTiwmn CHAPTER XXVIII. Tlio couii J dispatched by the captain of tho Federal troop reached tho lines in due time and handed the message to General Custer, whose brigade was in winter quarters, but scouting and recon tioitering almost daily. An order had jeen issued by the genoral in eoinniHiid at tho army in tho valley outlawing all Confederate incgulars and directing ipeeial attention to Mosby's band. Within halt an hour after reoslving ;he courier Custer dispatched two com panies of the Sixth Michigan cavalry, with wetrnctions to push forward at a gallop, and 80 minutes later ho fol lowed them with tho Firet and Fifth regiments and a battery of artillery. The flying column fonndold I rak Baa patiently wailing by the roadside and stopped long enough to hear his BtOTy. Ho gave then the lay of the camp oc cupied by Kenton and Brayton and was left behind to wait tor tie' mam column. Perhaps tho besieging force was in earnest in...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 2 May 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING. MAY 2, 1894. GORMAN'S BRAND DEPOT On account of the slump ill the Cloak Market in New York City within the last three or four days, enables us to offer many of this season's garments, Gapes and Jackets At a Reduction of 50 Per Cent. W IMEN'S Tailor-made Costumes TIip VWrst-d Srg and Covert Cloth Suit, whieh w arc hav injr such ii big merits with this season, arn maiiiifactrire'd xprrtsly for u nnd confined strictly to oar hons. thrby itisnritii: not only the highest sUulsrl of iiality, but THE PRICES IRE THE LOWEST THE WORKMANSHIP THE HIGHEST THE STYLES IID FIT PERFECT FOREST CITV FLASHES. Evnt of Ir.trt In a Llvtly Town R ported wlih Car Fpteial to tht BcttBBfM fYABBB FOMHl City. Pa,, May 1. An ics fream social will l hM in tho par lor of th? Itsiin. church tomorrow ( Wedn'lT evntung An excellent programme of music will Im mdtftd John & Hughea ru in I'lvmmtli to day. attendinif the funeral of liis brother thtld. H. K Vaughn, who hs bn Mr ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 3 May 1894

I 1 Have those fine art series permanently preserved. x.mqr f g T crouton The Tribune Bindery will do it best and cheapest. EIGHT PAGES--56 COLUMNS. SCRAXTON. PA.. THURSDAY MOP KING, MAY 3, 1804. TWO CENTS A COPY. t7nr hi FUNLY BILL PIAYEB THE STATE EI rp r? sr m RKEIEIT Tl . r r c mSS RUF FIERCE RIOTING it mm Angry Hobs Swarm the Streets of the City Beut on Destruction. THE CITIZENS ARE TERRORIZED A Gathering of Six or Seven Thous and Rioters Embark Upon a Mis sion of Madness Windows Are Smashed and Workmen Driven from Their Posts The Police Charge the Mob and Drive the Rioters from the Furniture Works An Attempt to Hold Up a Train. CLEVELAND) O., May 2. J MOB numbering between 0,000 111 and 7,000 men aasein 1 led in the IS public squares thin morning and lTu marched ont, ua on rattarday af ternoon, on a mission of distraction. On Seranton avenue every window w:is broken at tba Vnrit'ty Irou works and the entire fore of men run out. A: the I'pson Not and ilnlt works win dows were b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 3 May 1894

THE SCBANTON TRIBrorE-THUKSDAY" afORNING. MAY 31894 inri 0CiVniX ur DiMiiiwin. utuui-iA i iimu window glass. (IN 8 ACTS.) 1st ACT. The Samson Bros, now appear To show their strength and lack of fear. Men of muscle -strong and sound Just the same the whole year round. By the use of the Genuine Johann Hoffs Malt Extract One itnzon bottles give an much strength ami nourishment ai n ck of al. without being iutoxlcatintr. luHiat upon the Geni ine, with the signature of "Johann Hoff" on neck labsl. None other is "as good " Writ for pauiplilst E SN'KK & MENDELSON CO.. Agonts, 152 anil l.M Franklin St.. New York. LOST 1 FIRST C1E Mountain City Players Prove Too Much for Our Sluggers. FINE PITCHING BY JOHN ELY Cus Mor.in Took a Violent Dislike to One of Umpire Wagner's Decisions and Hit Him in the Side with the Ball Ordered Out of the Game and Fined $5. We mourn our loss. Huzleton might have granted us the first gam of the season on our own grounds bnt rsry selfishly the Mountain City bo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 3 May 1894

THE KCEANTON TTtTBUNE THTltSDAY MOKNTNG. MAY it, 1894. Lacisum All Things Musical STELLE&SEELEY 134 Wyoming Ave. men QRADB WBBBB) Ml AW, BMERgOV, Other mares ORGANS AM. I KK I'. See the Shaw Piano from the World's Fair in our window. A Foe to Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD -use Tin:- SNOW WHITE FLOOR And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOR SALE TO 1111. TRADE BY lie Weston ill Co LEWARB OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE f-EWHNE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITUI3 G., B. & Co. firnrlnlol n r"iri fi'flne, Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. in 11 1 BOVaB kQUAHK DR. H. B. WARE RPBCIAMftT, EYE, KAR. INO.-L, AND THROAT. OFFICE HOURS: ffi&Wfk 35 WYOMINfi AVE. PERSONAL. O. P. Itogr-r, of Carbondale, was here VHitf rilnj. M W, Nevins. of Athens, w 9 yesterday in the citv E. J. (iilroy, of in lbi city. Pittston, wa yeitordny !!. K Appleman, thin city yesterday of I'lymouth, Tisttd Prof.or M. I). Md'awley, of No. IS (chool, in dangerously ill. Mr. and Mr. J. B, Sterling, of Whit Hnvn. ere at Um V...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 3 May 1894

t THE SCTIANTOIC TRIBUNE THURSDAY MORNING-. MAY 3, 1894. SCRANTON TRIBUNE F. E. WOOD, General Manager. rcnUflnKT) n.II.Y AND WBKKI.Y IK 8CRAW TON, PA.. UT l'UK TH1UUMI FuULISBINO COJJPANT. New York OrFica: Tiubuni Bcildiho, FllANK 8. ttRAY. MANAOBR. tnltred at the Itnffle at Scranttm, Pa., Second- Clan Hail Hatter. 1HE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. SCRANTON. MAY 3, 1S94. Tue Wh.kes-Bakhk Nowb-Dealer would not Jiscbarfio from its employ a ennoble nsiistant who hail during two (lecndea worked faithfully for its inter ests merely becnuie its managing edi tor might undergo a political ehauge of faith. What, then, does it mean by its assault upon Peter Winter? Pave Mulberry Street. The current talk of endeavoring to aecuro the conseut of a sufficient num ber of property owners along Mulberry street to insure its paving with as phalt along its entire length has been inspired doubtless by the reoent plac ing of pulverized slag upon portions of this roadway. The further fact, too, that with the complet...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 3 May 1894

THE SCTt ANTON TRIBUNE THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 3, 1894. XQUISITE STYLISH THE HATS -AT- NEWMAN'S 303 SPRUCE STREET. All the Fashionable Shapes Trimmed to nut the most f ustldioua WORK GUARANTEED. LOWEST PRICES i . .. . LACE 0URTAIN8 The most delicate fabrio prop erly cleaned at THE Lackawanna Laundry 308 Penn Ave. A. B. WARM AN. 1 Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 320 Wyoming Avenue A N h 1) 415 Lacka. Avenue. CARPETS BARGAIN NO 2. We will offer Moquettes at 75C- for another week. Think of it A Carpet worth $1.25 for 75c. The choice patterns are being closed out very rapidly. Come early. Williams k McAnulty 137 Wyoming Ava TELEPHONE NO. 515. Tbe Union Transfer Company, Llmltad 'Due lino. Baggage and freight oalled foi and delivered promptly. 107 Frankllu avenue. CITY NOTES. De Wolf lloDDer In "Paniandrnm" at tho Academy of Music next Tiienlay night. Tbe Ladle' Aid sry-inty of tho Kim Parle church will serve KUpper this evening from i'j to I n rlock. Summer care an. Nrlng fitted up by t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 3 May 1894

TITE SCI?ANTON TRTBTTN'E THURSDAT MORNING. MAY 3, 1894. This Young lsdy examines the youDK scholar. "Johnny, whero is Carlsbad?" 'Tart of it in every drugstore in the United States." "How o you make that out'f" "llio OarUbad Sprndel Salti and the wntn me." "Whut linve they done for yon that foil know so much abom them?" "Why, they have cured pipaof his dyiptpsik, and m tho place of a cross father th.ty have jiiven DU a kind aud lovim; parent." Dyspepsia will spoil the most an gelic temperament. Too mnrh bile in activity of the liver will start it Try tho Carlsbad Sprndel Salts or use the imported C'nrlslmd Waters. A standard, a nevei -failing' remody. Tho cennine have the signature of "Eisnor & Men delson Co., Silo Agents, New York," on every bottle. SUNDAY SCHOOL fcNI ERTAIN M i N T. Under the Auapicaa of Trinity School to Fe Kendcr.d This Evening. BbtHol to the Sfiiinlon Tribune, PrrTBTOK, Pa., Mtiy The mem ber of tint Trinity Sandty school, Ol the West Sid.-, will entertain t...

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

THE PCI? ANTON TRTBTNE-THTTBSDAT MORNINGr. MAT 3, "ISM. IT CHAPTER XXIX. It If) within an hour of sunset on n Wutur's day. An inch of suow covers Ike earth liken royal carpet, and dark and ragged clouds drive tast aoroeaa cold blno sky. In front of Rest Haven, looking to the ontb, the hills recede and leave an al most level plnin on which there is no greater obstruction than an occasional treo or bush. A creek which has its birthplace in the mountains meanders acrom this plain, but divides it about equally. The plain is largo enough for 6,000 cavalry to manenver on, and along its edges are it dozen spots on which field artillery can be posted advanta geously. Attention, now, for you are going to witness one of the grandest sights in war a cavalry fight! Only a few of the Confederates have appeared in tight, bntCoater has guessed tbeaitnation and is preparing for it. While he is leaning orders and the mjundmii.t are moving and the artillery galloping int position, one of his aide is ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 3 May 1894

THE RCHAKTON TRIBUNE THUK S DAT MORNTNG. MAY 3, 1894. GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT v On account of the slump in the Cloak Market in New York City within the last three or four days, enables us to offer many of thi3 season's garments, Capes and Jackets At a Rsduction of 50 Per Cent. W IMEN'S Tailor-made Costumes Tha Worsted Tf and Overt Cloth Suits, which w r! hav itiB such n hig success with thix season, are msn u fact n red expreisly for n nnl confined trlctly to onr hons. thereby insuring; nnt only th highest standard of tial I ty. tut THE PRICES ARE THE LOWEST THE WORKMANSHIP THE HIGHEST THE STYLES AND FIT PERFECT JERMYN AND VICINITY. In'ersatlng Nwi of a Day Glvn In Cnndced Firm. freriill tttthr yrrtmtm Tnloine. JtUTTK, I'a.. May 1 Tilt luseting; of tb Women's llmne Mlsaionsry - ciety in tii M K. obnreh raitardnT af ternoon was greatly enjoyed by those present Tha following pfOgTMBflM wan .rr is : ont: Devotional miti-hin Essay, "Th" Qbjnst Treatment of the Chinese" Mrs. film fl Shepher...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 4 May 1894

Have those fine art series permanently Bindery will do it test and cheapest. ft J preserved 6i EIGIIT PAGES 5C COLUMNS. SCRAJNTON. PA.. FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 4, 1S94. TWO CENTS A COPY. Pffil IT Tl RUFFIANLY mi STATE FFER8 RMEIE AYER8 ARE THE REDS LEAGUE? Many Well Known Anarchists Prowling About Washington. LUCY PARSONS AND JOHAHN TOOST Aro Among the Visitors Chief of Police Moore Denies the Story, but Says All Suspicious Characters Are Being Closely Walched Scenes at the Commonwealcrs' Camp. Among the Various Contingents. Miss Coxey Dispenses Medicine to the Troops. Washington, May :i THE Post says: A minor that Chicago, New York and Pitta burtf anarchists wer In Wnsh lnjjton was current yesterday, and was pretty generally sprend hoot th city. Laojr Parsooi was re ported to he hrr andHerr Mi t was, said to have ruu down Ir tn New Yuri: joat to hnva a hand in the (an. A IfiioagOnSWte paper man. who came i.ero with the lirnir, i quoted an laying that lie had fteognllSd several members ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 4 May 1894

5 TTIE SCKANTON TKTRTJHE-rnTDAY MOttNTINGr. MAY 4, 1894. THE SECRET (IN 8 2d ACT. They start a pyramidal stand. With bottles of Johann HolTs brand. A balancing feat they next will do, These men know a thing or two Of the Genuine Johann Hoff's Ma t Extract One dozen bottles lve aa tnnch strength and nourishment as a cut of ale, Without being intoxicating. InsUt upon tlte Ukm ink, with tlia signature of "Johann Hoff" on neck label of every bottle. None other is "as good. " EISNER & MENDELSON 00., Afents, 152 and 154 Franklin St., New York FEE LOST HIS TEMPER look Offense at Umpire Wagner's Decision and Hade an Assault on Him, WAS ORDERED OUT OF THE GAME Wagner Refused to Fine Him or Take Action Against Him for the Assault. Fee Pitched a Remarkable Game Up to the Ninth Inning We Lost the Game in the Eleventh on Errors HazMon had the satisfaction of tak ing a second game Iroiu Ssraston jes terday. It took eleven innings lo ds cide the battle, but the Mountain ( ilv lads were in the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 4 May 1894

jujl feCttAftTOja TiiiiiUJSE JbHlDAY MOJttNINU, MAI 4, 1SB4. 8 Lacisum All Things Musical STELLE&SEELEY 134 Wyoming Ave. HIGH GRAIJli WBBEB, MI AW, EM I ItSON, OTHKB MAKES ORGANS AM. I'H'.CE See the Shaw Piano from the World's Fair in our window. GOOD BREAD -USE Tin:- SHOW WHITE Fieus And always have Good Bread. SIANUFACTl'Iir:!) AND POB SALE TO THE TBAOH BT The Weston III Co, BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE BCWUIHE F0F1U '.ft Punch Cigars HAVE THE IMTl.ys B. & Co. Carney, Brown 6 Co. MIT's. 1 l.k l.l llol -K Ai.lt DR. H. B i VARE FECI 11 ; r. EYE, F.AK, NOSI THBOAZ OFFICE HOURS ! URfeWfk ',35 WYOMING AVE. PERSONAL Dr. John Burnett is H journinK at I.ake w.ioil. N. J. David Miller, of Wilkes-Ilarre, in nt UM Weetuunetar. P. M. liillican, of Willcea-Barre, wu in the city rsstestdaT. Attorney I.. P. Vtteu, of Forest t'liy, was h-re yesterday. Daniel Byrnes, of ( arbondale, was a Sciaiitim v i-it-t yesterday W. II llain-n. of Hears Sc Hagen, in In N'hw Y.'tlc city mi hosiuee. Char...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 4 May 1894

THE SCR .A NTOTf TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 4, 1894. SCRANTON TRIBUNE F. E. WOOD, General Manager. Prill IKHPli nAILV AND WBKKI.T in 8cnA TON, PA., I' V Ink 'llllIIUNI PUBLISHING Company. Nkw York office: tribdrb Buildino, FllANK B. ORAT. MANAOER. a fared at fV Fottoffln at Seranlon, fa Rrcond-Clau Mail Hotter. THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. FCBANTON. MAY 4. 1894. As may rnc been; in the Waal Side news department thin morning, a for mal call was yesterday issned by the Republican committee of the Firet legislative dietrict (or a district con Tention in St. David's hall, North Main avenue. May 15 at 3 o'clock in the af ternoon, to nominati! a candidate for the legislature to sticeod lion. John K Farr, and also to choose a delegate to the Republican state conveutiou. The election of delegate to this conven tion will take piace at the regular poll lug pi ces of the district on Saturday, May 12. between the hours of 4 an ! 7 o'cli ck p. m. Vigilance committee will govern themselves aeoonlingly....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 4 May 1894

THE SCttANTON TBIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 4, 1894. B EXQUISITE STYLISH THE HATS -AT- NEWMAN'S 303 SPRUCE STREET. All the Fashionable Shapes Trimmed to suit tbo most f nstldlous. WORK GUARANTEED. LOWEST PRICES LACE CURTAINS The most delicate fabric, prop erly cleaned at THE Lackawanna Laundry 308 Penn Ave. A. 8. WARM AN. Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue China, 1 1 415 Lacka CARPETS BARGAIN NO We will offer Moquettes at 75C for another week. Think of it A Carpet worth $1.25 for 75c. The choice patterns are bang closed out very rapidly. Come early. '.27 Wyoming Ave TELEPHONE NO. s-S TheUnlm Trnsfr Cnmpanr, Llmlt'il 'Bus lln. BsxKagv ami frt-itflit Ballad foi stid ilolivend promptly. 107 Franklin aveuue. CITY NOTES. Regular monthly mnetlng of the man agers of the I'Olue for the Frlendlees this morning at U 30. The ItwInwaiH ami Hudson ' anal com pany paid at the Dickaon and Von Slorch mines yeaterday Till am. imi meeting of the Hunmorn Cemetery aeaoriatioii will rarn...

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

6 l'HB BCMAM'l'ON TKlJiUNE -Jb'KlDAY MORNING. MAY 4, 1894. Whom Science ends nnd Common Sense should rule. Persona of seden tary habits are liable to indigestion or dyspepsia. These, in turn, will britur, on uprTcns disorders, kidney com plaints, constipation, etc This is es pecially the case with merchants, stu dents and nil scientists. They will give you the exact dimensions of Ju pitor, tho distance from Saturn to the mm, ton foot, but they cannot, or will not tell themselves what will cure this train of disorders. For nilmonls resulting from seden tary habits inactivity of tho liver, habitual constipation, etc the entire medical fraternity of Enropo and America almost unanimously recom mend the genuine, Carlsbad Sprudol BH and the Waters of CirUbad. Miner A iMendelson Co., Sole Agents, 152 Franklin street, Now York. GENERAL NEWS The Lthlffa Vail y Kailro dcmipiny has mule a general reduction on an thracite freight rates Iron the mines to Perth Ambov and various other points. The...

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

THE SCTRANTON TRIBUNEFRIDAY MORNING. MAY 4, 1694. i . r ', THE LIBRARY TABLE. IT MAY BE MADE SERVICEABLE AND VERY CONVENIENT. A nompinh'ii AtTtilr With Mnvublo Cabi net Plenty of Spare For Filing Awuy Letters, IiilN and Minrolluneuus Station ery How It Is Conitructnd. The literary or writing table hero (escribed won originally sketched and explained by Wobh Donnell ut the re dueat of Country Gentlomiui. Tho first ketch shows tho table with its cabinets of files closed and in tho position they Will occupy when not in Met Tho sec ond shows both cabinets swung round to ho front, Where they may bo reached handily by tho occupant of the table. Tho cabinets aro hinged to tho legs of tho table against which they rest, bo that they can readily be swung around TA1U.K w.tii OABtXRI CL08KD, to the front of the table The d suf these cabinets are, of course, hinged to the opposite side. The cabinet! should bo otrongly liingi'd to the table legi and made to swing just clear of tlie cross pieces I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 4 May 1894

THE SCBANTON TKIBITNTS-FTCIDAY KOBHUrCG IffAT 4, 184.' GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT UNUSUAL VALUES IN DESIRABLE WOOL DRESS GOODS At6 among the present attrac tions at our tstablistiinent. Among the more prominent stuffs are All-Wool French PRINTED : CHALLIES Thi' designs are exceedingly nt tmetive nnd were printed es pecially for this leMon'i trnilo. PRICE 49 CENTS WOMEN'S Tailor-made Costumes Tlis Tery nowcat style mid every tuiitiililo material. Worsted Storm Berg and Covert Cloths in choice mix tnreahare perhaps tho first holl on popular favor. A Superb Display of Spring and Summer MILLINERY Comprising magnificent ItoM of bn portil and Domestic Goods in the Vtry best shapes, artistically trimmed and liuiiUed in the bighttl style of the art Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats and Bonnets In Leghorns. Laces, Fuucy Straw, iVc. Jl ST OUT DtMribN and contains the leading fashions, latest drss materials, stories, MMOdotH, hum irons illustration", val lable information, elevating tad plea ing reading fo...

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