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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 5 May 1894

Have those fine art series permanently preserved. The Tribune Bindery will do it best and cheapest. ETGIIT PAGES--56 COLUMNS. SCR ANTON. PA.. SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 5. 1894. ,M SW j&fr. . HE $uilTON II TWO CENTS A COrY. came ml win be Fonna F T MEW 1 TODAY'S PLOT 10 BURN 0 A Boy Overheard tliePkn and Revealed It to the Police, LEGGETT'S SHAFT IN DANGER Providence Police Station Is Thrown Into a Furore of Excitement and a Larpe Force of Watchmen Is Guard ing the Breaker Mulloy Was Roughly Handled Until He Promised Secrecy Robbery to Have Been Perpetrated. I HE police etition at Providence was thrown into a inrore 01 ex citement Thursday night by the renort thiit an attempt would be made that night to hnrii the Lefgat't Creek breaker of the Pelawuie and liuiiiou Canal company, and that dur ing tba excitement a twig ot crooks would burglarize a nntuber of stores in lb locality. The story was started by one James Mulloy, a hoy, who claimed he ovar ii ard a conversation between two of...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 5 May 1894

TIIE SCBANTON TIUBTTNE-SATTIKDAY MORNING-. MAY 5, 1894. THE SECRET (IN 8 3d ACT. This is a very difficult feat, They appear very neat. To keep such a position long One must be "built up" and strong By the use of the Genuine Johann JIofTs Halt Extract It exalts the energies, stimulates the nutritive powers, improve! the appe tite and aid digestion. It tan lie used for man, woman or child. Matchless as a tonio in convalescence. Purchasers are warned against imposition and disappointment. Insist upon the (Jenuine, which must have the signiitnr- of "Johanti II off" on the neck lobol EISNER & MF.NDKLSON CO.. Agents. 188 and 184 Franklin S..Nw York IT IS THREE STRAIGHT Scranioa Club Defeated in Its First Game at Hazleton. WON IN THE TENTH INNING There Was Heavy Batting on Both Sides but Hazleton Led in Stick Work Jordan Pitched tor Hazleton and Flanasjhan for Scranton Um pire Wagner's Work Gave Satisfac tion Score in Detail. 'pecial to the Ha-anton TYfSHM Hazleton, I'a., May 4. Hazlet...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 5 May 1894

I THE SCBANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 5, 1894. 8 Lacisum All Things Musical 8TELLE4SEELEY 134 Vvyoming Ave. HlfiH GKADIi PIANOS WEBER, SHAW, EMERSON, OTBEB MAKES ORGANS AM. I'ltIf:E See tho Shaw Piano from the World's Fair in our window. GOOD BREAD NOW WHITE And ahvavs have Good Bread. KAXOTAGTCBRD AND FOR KALE TO THE THAU!'. Bf The Weston Mill Co, EEWARS OP COUNTERFEITS ! THE r.wvr. rorin ',n Punch Cigars HAVE THE IVITIAIS G.( B. & Co, lOrBHeiM rn Frh Cuar Carney, Brown & Co. MIT's. I. 1 II. 'I I -IJ VI DR. H. B. WARE SIM ( I IT.ItfT. EYK. BAB, NOSB AND THROAT. OFFICE HOURS'. tfoVoTaVJk 35 WYOMINP, AVE. PERSONAL .iohn Ktihlbach anil JoMpfe N. Welch, of Ilotiein!e, arc in the city. .lodge Albrijhr, of Lehigh rounty, will hold court in tl in city in xt WeOJL William O'Malley, a Wfllhea Dam OOO tractor, was in the en y yesterday on baa; MM. Profeeeor J. ('. Lange, who has been in Philadelphia for a few days, ii expected home today. Mr. noil Mm. T. C. Hoover and family h...

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

1 THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING-. MAY 5, 1894. SCRANTON TRIBUNE F. E. WOOD, General Manager. rrm.tHn taii.t and wibklt in ScnA Tv. Pa., bt The Ihiuuni Publishing OnMit New Vork Omoa: TRtBirwi BtnLDrno, Frank 8. hrat. Manaohr. anlerert at tne Poitofflee at Ftranton, Pa, at Rtcond-Claa Hail Matter. THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. SCRANTON. MAY 5, 1894. Citizen COXBY snrreudered to the law under proteit ami when all it over will be ready, no donbt, to take hii place with Corbett, Sullivan and the other great actors. Senator Quay's Speech. It ia aunonnt'Hil that the aerial ipeeeh Which Senator Quay ii now deliverins; at odd interval on the tariff will be the innst volnininoni and comnrtfhen live treatment of thii mbject from the protection standpoint aver made in thict country. It will, it is said, mass to gether a greater quantity of statistics Bnd a larger variety of digested argu ment, with evidence, than has ever before been presented in a single dis cnasion of this theme. In Its sp...

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

THE SC11ANTON TRIBUNE SAT U liDAY MOllNINU, MAY" 5, 1894. EXQUISITE STYLISH THE HATS AT NEWMAN'S 303 SPRUCE STREET. All the Fashionable Shapes Trimmed to stilt tbo moat fnstlilioua WORK GUARANTEED. LOWEST PRICES LACE CURTAINS The most delicate fabrio prop erly cleaned at THE Lackawanna Laundry 308 Penn Ave. A. B. WARM AN. Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue China. ISMS Haskell. 415 Lacka. Avenue. CARPETS BARGAIN SO 3. We Will Offer for a Few Days Fine Moquette Rup.t at $2 00. These Rug Have Never Been Sold far less Than $3.00. Williams & McAnulty 127 Wyoming Ave. NORTH END. Tha North End oorraajiondent of the Troth mads a imatake in regard t- the appointment of a poHOMBM from tbe Second diitrict of the I irit ward. ('. A. l'.-rrv, tbe mau arhnsa appointment to the puliee force whs confirmed at Thnrs lay eTcnintf's meeting of the council, nver nerved in the armjr of the United States Neither did he serve as a Columbian guardsman The similarity in. the names betwe...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 5 May 1894

TITE SC7?ANTON TRIBUTE S A TUR DAT MORNING. MAY 5, 1894. SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING. Held Last Evening But Little Business Accomplished. Sjft ml to the fcraiifon Tn'fcune. Pittston, Pa.. May 4. The special session of tli towu council at the Hook aud Ladder company's parlor on Charles street was attended by all members except Knowles and Heap. The board of health OBked for an ap propriation of $860.00. the amouut they claim necessary for salaries and Inci dental expense for the current year. As tbere was but one member of the board of health present, Alex Sloan, and he eould not toll the different ex penses which would be incurred, action was deferred until the next meeting, wiiich will be hold on Mouday evening at the newly renovated oounoil cham ber. PITISTON CONDENSATIONS. Bilef News Notes Cat Short for Quick Perusal. Pittston, Ph., JIny 4. These com mon pleas jurors from tliia vicinity were drawn yesterday to report June 4: Pittston, J. II. Koaat, merchant; Jonas Whitehonse, stone m...

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

THE SCHANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 5, 1894 MINISTER AND WIFE Heartily Indorse Some Great Modern Truths. WHICH ARE IMPORTANT Why People Wear Out Their Lives, and Become Miserable When There is No Reason For Doing So. Wearing oat I That is just what a grant many po- pie are doing, iney Know aomeining la wrong, and yet caunot tell what is the matter. Did you ever think what a large pro portion of American people is sick, or at least, if not exactly nick , not well? Something is the matter all the time. llow many people of your personal acquaintance are constantly complain ing of being "so tirod," having "sucti a headache, "of "uot feeling juit right," Hud a thousand and one other thing, nutil it almost seem at if the world had become one huge hospital lilted with incurables. What is the cant of all this 1 Cer tainty it iH not a natural condition, but on the contrary, is one that should cans much anxiety and alarm, The American people are proverbial ly In a dnrry ork in a hurry ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 5 May 1894

.V ASOVE ALL OTHERS, Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, In every disease caused by torpid liver or im pure blood. For Dyspepsia, Liver mid Bowel tlerungoments, and kindred ailments, noth ing npin ouches it as a remedy. PIERCE CURE GUAR ANTEES A Ott MONKV RETURNED, Mrs. Aciieua Vaw BU, of Hamilton, Ind., writes: "My friends said I would never bo biiv hr-ttor. fnp T hod ulceration of the bow- 5 eis. ny me una i nuu .: taken h bottlo nnd a v half of Dootor IMeree'g '.' n..A.. U...11 i i.i ery, the bleedlnir liad almost stopped. My aiv Ufc petite was (food, noth - V- JWT fecmed to hurt me ' , ,,T I U .. I ...... 1 11 1 . 111! 'lull- rnnnt n... , ...,l.,..f ..I ApheluVailb. p,.v,,rBi ypar9 hRVo passed and my euro le pi rmanent." GORMAN'S BRAND DEPOT UNUSUAL VALUES IN DESIRABLE WOOL DRESS GOODS Are among tlio pra ent iittrnc t limn at our . itublishiiitmt Ainoiif? the more promintnt stufTi are All-Wool French PRINTED : CHALLIES The ilosij;n nri tZONdloffly at trnctire aud were printed...

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

The Multichrome offer will not remain nhen awaysr Accept it at once, if you want a good bargain. EIGHT PAGES--5G COLUMNS. SCRANTON. PA.. MONDAY MOBN1NG. MAY 7, 1894. TWO CENTS A COFY. AN ATTRACTIVE III OHCWAL JUNERTREH ATTEITIOI ste m m m b m b b b m b n ii.ufss see lOwaMaKaiiacyn t 6jl''k- j.. - ibs. w 1 b b b b b b u iu r E1T ft WAYS ALLURES EXCITEMENT LI A New Plan Is Adopted to Baffle the Hobs of Strikers. THE CRISIS HAS BEEN REACHED Operators Announce That They May Start Up Their Mills at Once-The Strikers Realize That an Important Movement Is on Foot and Are Straining Every Nerve to Hold Out. Colored Men Are Being Shipped Into the Region from the South. Cossn im ii i k. Ph.. May (V frA AU'RDAY ml Uy of intense P excitement in this section of the MM region. The strikers made a zJ heroic effort to got the men all out nnil suceoded fairly well. The Paul works of the Kuiney company ll the only one in the entire region running full. Mid the oompanT to determined to keep their plant...

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

2 THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE -MONDAY MORNING; MAY 7, 1894; THE SECRET OF STRENGTH. (IN 8 ACTS.) ONE CENT Connolly & Wallace A Word. J WatiH of all kind runt that much, ex- rept Situations Wanttd.tvltich arc inserted FREE. P i I i n th ACT. Here you see another position, But you must bo in condition. A system with a splendid tone Will always balance itself alone. By the use of the Genuine Johanu Hull's It exalts the entries, etituulatee n hte nnd tltla digestion. It MB M nsed Matchless ua n Ionic iu convalescence i irehnsera are MlfBad against imposition nnd dis:i;pointntnt. Insist niton tho (ionalne, which must Lute tho sinatore of "Johano If .fl" on the natCl llbol KiSNKK & MBNDELSON Co.. Agenta, 189 and 154 franklin St., Now York FROM NIL F L Scranton Loss In Fourth Consecutive G?ime to Utzletou. rinr nuuuu f m I x And a First Class Second Basoman Could Also Bo Utilized at Present. Kinp Kelly and His Allrntown Team , to Play Hera Today- Strong Team Organized for the Young Men's ...

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

THE SCRANTON TEIBtTNE MONDAY MORNING. MAT 7, J 894. Lacis'um All Things Musical STELLE&SEELEY 134 Wyoming Ave. HIGH GHADlv PIANOS weber; SHAW, BHKBSON, OTHKB HAKES ORGAN ALL 1'ItICK See the Shaw Piano from the World's Fair in our window. GOOD BREAD -VBE THE SNOW WHITE FLOUR And always have Good Bread. KAXUFAGTURKD and fob salf. TO THX TRADI Bl The Weston Mill Co, BEIARI OF COUNTERFEITS ! TKE nFMUINE PflPUUR Punch Cigars HAVE THF. IV'T'V s G.. B. & Co m Fir1) ctm Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. COOBl BOOM MIOAMft DR. H. B. WARE hi l I AMsr. EYE, F.Alt. H08B AM) TiiKOAT. OFFICE SCUBS I TO 11 JO AM. .35 WYOMING AVE. AN UNUSUAL MAT STORM. It Tarr'fl'd rron In AH Sections of the City. The rin and thunder ttorm yester day did much flBWBgS throughout the city. The lightning Stmck large shade tree on Mulberry street near the Truth ( Dice; anj several times came danger ously clote to the bouses, in that vicin ity. street ear trnftie was impeded for n short Ubm owing to the incessant f...

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

THE SCBANTON TRIBUNE MON DAY MORNING MAY 7, 1894. SCRANTON TRIBUNE F. E. WOOD, General Manager. rtlBLISHF.n DAILY AND v. IKK I V IN SCBAN TON, 1'A.. BY Tin 'lHlUUNS PU 11 1,1811 1 SO Company. Naw Tohk Omoi: Tiiibdni nni.niNO, Frank B. Uhay. Mammicr. tnrcrcj at thr ffUfaJtSS nt .Vrunfoa, Pa. " (Xrvnil Virus Mail Uallor. THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. SCRANTON. MAY T, 1814. Several months hko, councils, we believe, passu! resolution requiring those whoso duty it is to patch the as phalt paving on Lackawanna avenue, betwsen the street cur tracfcs.to remedy existing- defect Trithin thirty dnys. What tons been dotip, if anything, in thin mutter I Harbingers of Trouble. Cue ol tiie time etieoU of the mis taken eleinmicy of Governor Altgtld in pardoning; Michael Schwab, the ''nil i. anarchist implicated in the celebrated BlTtnwket riot und sen tenced therefor to life imprisonment in the Joliet penitentiary, is shown In the ungrateful manner iu which he ac knowledges bit liberation. At Sheboy gan, y...

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

THE SCTIANTON T III JHJNE MONDAY MORNING. MAY 7, 1894. EXQUISITE STYLISH THE HATS -AT- NEWMAN'S 303 SPRUCE STREET. All the Fashionable Shapes Trimmed tu unit Um Bleat fuatidioua 10BI GUARANTEED. LOWEST PRICES LACS CURTAINS Th most deitOOtO fabric prop erly denned at THE Lackawanna Laundry 808 Fenn Avn. A. B. WARMAN. Worrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue China, BUSiUin 415 Lacka. Avenue. CARPETS BARGAIN NO 3. Wt Will Offer for a Few Days. Fine Moquette Rue At 2a oo. fheae Ruga Hjve Never Bern Sold for lesa Than $3 01 Williams & McAnuily '27 Wyoming Ava CITY NOTES. Mr. and Mr. ft P Davie, of r'.ynon itriMtt, are In i'lilladlpliia. The Delaware, Lackawanna ami Weat rn will pr.y Southern DtvislOfl rmf"jr V day. A meeting of the Hndcarrter' onion will be held In Hand's hall tomorrow even lug at o'clock. Srranton Clearing Hon AMoclation'e tiial eirhanifen for week ending May I were Kill, 121 '.'." Th Delaware and Hudson 1 anal com panv paid at the ( ,r.j Island and fla ...

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

1 HIE SCrA27T029- TKIBTJJS'E M03TDAT KOENTtTG. MAT 1894. Nature's Remedies oflt hues poorly llat tered bj' chemical and dangerous imi tations. For live cen turies CAELSBAD has stood in the role of strength and health giver.and mil lions have been eared by the Carlsbad Waters of all sorts; and manners of diseases. The genuine Carlsbad Sprndel Salts are the Carlsbad Water sol idified, bodied, and placed in every American Drug Store, to re lieve the public of malassimilation of food, llatulent obesity, catarrh Of the stomach, and gives to all a healthy appetite, strong, vigorous flesh, a perfect digestion. Take no Imitations. ESisner & Mendel son Co., N. v.. Side Agents. Price per bottle, si. Large size, $1.50. DfcATH'S HAKVtSr. The Grim R'np.r Callt Two Well-known People to Their Eternal Rewaid. Siccittl to ft yemnton TViiniie. Pitcbtom, Pa., May 6. Th. ssriotis illnoss noted in TBI TRIBONI Sat urilny Btorning of Mm Anna, wif of .lohn K.nnsdy, of Radellffs itrtat, tannins toil fHt...

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

1 THE SCKANTON TlilBTINE-MONDAY MORNING. MAY 7, 1894. LATEST FASHIONS. The prevailing styles in bon nets, GOWNS AND WRAPS. Vhf'i-it I viir Latitude For Islactton linta mi l llonnrta An- Willi anil Without String - Hound Wiiists unit lln iiu IM.iin Skirls and Itmprrlra. , Great latitude in ill lowed this POMOn, Honcu womei who desire to retain the tlinglng skirts may do so and without offense while her niMghlior who is fond it' drapery is wearing a gown with nvcTskirt. Both are in tho fashion. When it eomos to tho sleeves, there is, however, but one rule these must be laTga Tho variety in millinery to bo Wildering. There nro tiny bonnets and tocjuos withont strings and Lmge hatl with and without strings. Bngliah walk ing hatl with the brini turned up on both sides are of black straw, or of com bined earn ami blaok, and when trimmed with black satin ribbon in a band ami bows choux, with some short curling tips, uro very styiish for wearing with tailor gowns. Close hats with cocked bri...

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

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNTS'-MOXDAT MOTIOTNG. MAY 7, 1894. GORMAN'S GRANDOEPOT UNUSUAL VALUES IN DESIRABLE WOOL DRESS GOODS Ate among the present attrac tioss al our estdblisbmont Among the more prominent HttifFs nro All-Wool French PRINTED : CHALLIES Tho designs ar exi-ustlingly at tractive and wore printed es pecially for this gonson's trade. PRICE 49 CENTS WOMEN'S Tailor-made Costumes The yery newest styles and every suitable material. Worsted Storm rge and Covert Cloths in choioo mix- nres hav.i perhaps tho first hold on lopular favor. A Superb Display of Spring and Summer MILLINERY Comprising magnificent lines of Im parled and Domestic Onmls in the very best shape., artistically trimmed and ttnlshed in the higbtst style of the art Trimmed and Untriramed Hats and Bonnets In Leghorns, Laces, Fancy Straw, A a. Our Fashion Monthly, JUST OUT Describes and contains the leading fashions, latest dress materials, stories, anecdotes. bumorons illustration", val nable informstion, elevating and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 8 May 1894

The Mulfichrome Offer Will nnt remain nhon Met iiwqnojiB always. Accept it at once, if you want a good bargain. EIGHT IAGES--.-)G COLUMNS. SCR ANTON. PA.. TUESDAY MORNING. MAY 8, 1894, TWO CENTS A COPY. TMB ACH I !TB MORNING PffEES IT L IruE IE IE HEN THAN ANY I THRILLING El A Party of Tourists Imprisoned Ton Days in a Cave. ARE TAKEN OUT BY A BRAVE DIVER Seven Tourists on an Exploring Ex pedition Caught by a Sudden Rise of Water Which Blockaded the Sta lactite Cavern at Souraich Ob structions Blown Away with Dyna mite Seven Persons Found by a Diver How They Endured Their Long Imprisonment. Grate, Austria, May 7. n DIVKll ht 0.80 o'clock toi morn M iug lUooeeded m reaobing tba ll party of tottriati who have been U U Imprisoned in tbastataelta owfr rn at Souraleb linoo Saturday, April 17, owing tn n sudden rise in tha water, which blockaded ilit : is ige iuto ilia oava witii imiiifr ana bould- rs. Tba ivr found nil geV!U of the loarUti alive, it wai t lirnt believed that eivcijt pers...

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

THE SCEANTON TRIBtJNE TUESDAY MORKTSTO; MAY 8; 189; THE SECRET (IN 8 00 (J 5 III f o a pi p n ii) t Sth ACT. To show how steady they are of nerve Not a bottle from its place does swerve. Your nerves too can be made strong, Johann HofTs make's right what's wrong, Tlia genuine JoBBBtl II M' Mult Extract .-salt tbe energies, eiiinttlatot tlu nntritiva power, improve the Appetite an 1 aide dlgeotiOB. It eu be naml for niun, woman or child MutchlPM iib a tonic in convoloecence, riircliaaers ar warned tgainat impooltlon anil disappointment. Init upon tli Genuine, which mnet bare the ain itur i of ''Jobann H ft" n the neck label KINNKK iV MKNDI-LsnN Co. A en ita. 153 and IM K'r.nkli . S'..Nw York DOWNED BY KING KELLY Alleiitown's State Leslie Team Runs Awjy Irom the Locals. OUTPLAYED BY THE OLD TIMERS The Ton ThOUMnd Doll.ir Bo.iuty Ac-tor-Base B.ill Pl.iypr and His Com panions Put Up a Very Hlp.h Grade Game of Ball Hiir,h Winds Make Fielding Very Difficult and In One Instance Costs Scrant...

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

THE SCItANTON TKIBUHE TUESDAY MOItNING. MAY 8, 1894. Lacisum All Things Musical STELLE&SEELEY 134 Wyoming Ave. Tl Kill GKAD1C PIANOS tVEBBa Ml AW, BHBBSON, OTHBB HAKES A I.I. 1'ltlCK Seo the Shaw Piano from the World's Fair in our window. A Foe to Dyspepsia G OOD ERE AD -USE Tin:- FLOOR And always have Good Bread. MAOTVAOTCRID an: COB sAlir. To TBI TBAOI liY ilo Hi Go lull USUI blli tEW ARE 0? COUNTERFEITS ! Punch Cigars G., B.&C0, flupr'ilnJ en c-rh 01(11' Camev, Brown & Co. Kfr's. III H I HUVM UI ALU. DR. H. B. WAE EYE, EAR, NOftE AND T1IHOAT. GF71CB ECUSa:! 3f) WYOMING AVE. TKKSO.NAL C. A. O'Malley, ofinrlt -mlale, wsn in tti ritv yeitilij ntatbaw Keaaadfi of Buffalo, is in this city on business. Mrs. H. 0, Walter hi been appointed poetmistressat Will I'lty. Anthmiy Mcl-ane will leave todav on an tr'eiided trip to California. Karena Hmith ami M. W. Watraj, of WiUee-liarre, worn here veetcrday. J. L Stone, of Waverly, anl C T. Hte venum, of Neacopecs. arc at the Westmi...

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

THE SCE ANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING-. MAT 8, 1894. SCRANTON TRIBUNE F. EI. WOOD, General Manager. rriMPHF.n RAII.Y AND WZEKI.Y TN PCUA- tox. Pa., by The lHinusy Publishing Company. n-.-w Your OlflOII TrtmnNa Bni.otMO. Fhank b. Gray. Msnaokh. Internl at thr Vnttnftter nt Srmntnn, Pa Bscond Cfcm Itati Halt1. THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. HI "R ANTON. MAY 8. 181. If by any accident ft oompromite oD' dldata fcr lieutenant governor ihonld lin necetsnty nt llnrrisbnrii, tltero are Borantonmna ready to vouch for the mooing qualities of Colonel Tbonian J. Htowart. An Ideal Labor Day. It is R nappy evldenoe of American pluck Hint ilcspitp an loftOipioiooi winter ami a hostilo iiiitionol admin istration which Imvii lioth purely trieil the patience of tho American artisan. Labor Day, lc'!)4, was celebrated in ft manner evincing good .judgment, self control and general clieerfuliieHs. Per haps at no prior time iu the history of this generation has thern been larger chance for pessimistic redactions, ...

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