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

THE SCTIANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MOKNINOr. MAY 8, 1894. EXQUISITE STYLISH THE HATS NEWMAN'S 303 SPRUCE STREET. All the Fashionable Shapes Trimmed to suit the most fustlilious. WORK GUARANTEED. LOWEST PRICES LACE CURTAINS The most delicate fabric prop erly cleaned ar, THE Lackawanna Laundry 308 Penn Ave. A. B. WARM AN. Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue China, ' SMS 415 Lacka. Avenua. CARPETS BARGAIN NO 3. We Will Offer for j Few Days Fine Moquette Rup.i at $2 00. These Rugs Have Never Been Sold for less Than S3. 00. CITY NOTES. Examination of mm for.nvn will be held July 1" and 11. The DsIbwbm aadHndees ('anal com ranv p.irt yesterday at Laurel Kuti ami the Baltimore l.-pe. The De Wolf Hnpper Opera company will preeent "PanjaiiJrnm" at the Acad emy of Maple thi evening. A regular monthly rut-iting of the pntdir school principal, wu held feeteSTOt' in ihe room p the hoard of control. The flon Ton Social club cactive Turnerti will hold their aeroncl nnniial Mav hop at T...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 8 May 1894

AT" 1 Violent Exercise. Fat U n vulgar word. Too much adi posis or obesity sounds bettor, but fat is plainer. You cannot reduce it by violent xercite, Then an two kinds cf fata Tin- unhealthy adipoaa tissue, rr sultlng from dentary babita or from forcing His npp tite through stimti lmits, or from Impure blood, or it may 1u hereditary. This is the kind that lays the possessor liable to bssrtdls bm, appoplexy, vertigo, etc Then thorn ii the K.'tiiiitie, healthy, 1 i f o-gi vi nc ti.isue, the result from rsg lar and moderate babita, or if Irregu lar lull its, the tnkinu regularly and according to dlnottoni the famom Carlabad Bprndel Salt. The Silt will reduoa unhealthy tissue and balld In its plan that firm and solid flesh, which is the certain siy;n of perfect health. It is virtually taking the Cirlsbal treatment in your ii m.. livery drug store has it. Tiie genuine has thnsio; nature of ''Eisner ami Metulelson Co., Silo Air tits, New Y'rlf," on the Dottle. Price per bottle, $1 ; Larg...

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

THE SCEANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING. MAY 8, 1894. SPRING- MILLINERY. THE NEW YORK, PARIS AND LON DON STYLES. DonnrU Are Small, mul lint. Are Lnrge. Fashion In Straw Spring Importation I in In at,' That Crochet Chips anil I'anaina Straw Are to I!e I'opllllir. French millinery makes it apparent that there in a revolution, so far M the size of bonnets is concerned. These could not be nmoh smaller and exist at all. There is an indication that wo are returnina; to the early Victorian form, when they were carried down in a point behind the e;ir, almost meeting Under the chin. We have not quite arrived at that yet, but the shapes are made to droop at the side in a curious and un common fashion. Strong contrasts in color are introduced in the new milli nery, such as green of the bright grass hade with tawny yellow. Tho shape! nro close fitting to the head and come well down at the back, allowing space and foundation for the new style of trimming the backs almogt as elaborate ly ai the fron...

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

THE SCKATON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORKTKTO.' MAY 8, 1894. GORMAN'S GRAND DEP UNUSUAL VALUES IN DESIRAELE WOOL DRESS GOODS Ato among t!io prsttrlt Attrac tions Rt our establishment Anions tlie more pfOUitWDt fetuiVi nro All-Wool French PRINTED : CHALLIES The designs ar exceedingly t tractive and wore printed ts liccially for thil season's trad , PRICS 49 CENTS WOMEN'S Tailor-made Costumas The very MWtst styles anil every pnimble Utttrial, Worsted Storm Serifn nnd Covert Cloth in oboios mix tures btTfl perhaps tb( first hoi 1 on popular favor. A Superb Display of Spring and Summer MILLINERY Comprising magnificent linen of lat ported an.l Domes tid Goods in the vorv I Mt shapes. trtlStloalljT trimmed ml tiniihud In the uig!ist ityle of the aft Trimmed and Untrimmed Eats and Eonnets fat Leghorns, Laces. Fu Of Straw, iV.'. PES F JUST OUT Daseribes ami oontatnl the leading f iabioim, latest lrees material, it r . anecilotf", bntnoroni flltutrstions, vni nabls infortnation, tle?atlng and pitas l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 9 May 1894

The Multichrome ' offer will not remain open always. Accept it at once, if you want a good bargain, ZTtetL EIGHT PAGES-36 COLTJMXS. SCRANTON, PA.. WEDNESDAY MORNG. MAY 9, 1894. TWO CENTS A COPY. Id) 1ES1 MEI TBI AMY OTHER HOMING PAPER rale y MyiRJE IraEOTiri ES MORE ram ess The Oil Drillers Are Rewarded by Encourag ing Indications. DISCOVERY CAUSES EXCITEIOT The New York Operators Strike Gas at the Depth of 1,300 Feet It Flows at High Pressure--Indications Sim ilar tOjThoso of the Bradford Oil Renpn Stock in the Enterprise Cannot Bo Purchased The Scran ton Syndicate Will Begin Work at Once. Am-fat to thr BevmtVt Tribune. BROOKLYN, Pa., May 8. NTELLIGBNI K tnat tne petroleum drillera had atruck natural ks npon the .luRi-in Wright tarn lias created mat psoiteuient in tbll Vicinity, The pas biran to flow on Saturday afternoon and the preeaure w:iko great tnat it has baan neatasary to pine welgntt to tha extent of about three font npon tba 18lnob ping that lias been driven in tha pipa i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 9 May 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE WEDNESDAY MORNING. MAY 9, 1S94. THE SECRET OF STRENGTH. (IN 8 ACTS.) 9 ! n f r-.r i f.,.-jV "ir oe'-i --j ta ,,TV, .HI 4T. ;. r 2 i.i ..mux t-w rw ilt 6th ACT. Here you see a wonderful act; In the bottles is MALT EXTRACT. It is JOHANN HOFFS THE BEST, Use it and you'll know the rest Insist upon the QlMCIHB, which Una the nignattire of "Johann IIolT" on the neck label of every bottle. Do not be imposed upon for the many inbstltBttS offoroil by Jealorn. Noun other is "as good." Write for pamphlet. EISNER & MENDEL80N CO., A-onts. 1.12 ami Lit Franklin St., New York THE KING OF CLUBS Allentowu's Athletic Sovereign Too (or Hart Swift's Men. ANOTHER SERIAL TALE OF WOE The Heavy Weight Debutantes from Pe.mutdom Prance Up. Down and Over Our Pets and Leave Nothing for Them But One Prolonged and Not Overly Pleasant Reminiscence. An Umpire Who Is a Horrible Ex ample of How Not to Be Notes of i the Games. Notwithstanding the ignominious defeat sustained by our IochI repr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 9 May 1894

THE SCRANTOls TBIBITNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING. MAY fl, 18!M. Lacisum All Things Musical STELLE&SEELEY 134 Wyoming Ave. IIir.H grade: PIMS ss AM. PRICE See the Shaw Piano from the "World's Fair in our window. ft Foe to Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD -USE THE- And always have Good Bread. MAVUFACTURBD AN!) FOB BALI TO THI TBAOI r.V The Wesicn II C 0. BEWARE C? COOKTERFEm ! Punch Cigars HAVE Td I'lriAtS B. & Co , ptiprlelart -n Ft1" C'Tr. Carney. Brown & Co. Jiff's. I 01 in not IN eui .sua. OR. H. B. WARB bpkcialm r. EYE, EAR. KOSB A.ND THBOAZ t??:CS HCUES: ITOMjT A.U. ItA Ti UA, H. '35 WYOMING AVE. PERSONAL. James I'. Dicks oi U in New Vork. lames Vd., of WtUtM' DaWfC, WM in the :ity yesterday. Miss Nellie ()niMr, of FltUtOB, In Tis itlnc fri-nds in this city. The ei'irajrement of M o fnme Hughes snd v. ( naatall li anaoanood. Mr. and Mt. T. K tfettletOB fire regis tered atti Wyoming House siuce their recent rttara from Florida, where they hnve been spending (lie wint-r. 1!. V. Bqoiar, tb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 9 May 1894

THE SCI? ANTON TKIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING-, MAT 9, 1894. SCRANTON TRIBUNE PlTBI.TRHFfl DAILY IN SrnA?f TOST, PA-. BT TllL iHIUUNK PUBLISHING COUPAST. New York Offich: Tnintrxs Buildino. Frank 8. Gray. Manager. littered at the Fosfofflrc at Sermtom, " Second-Villa UmO Halter. 1 HE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. SCRANTON. MAT !. IBM. "It 18 a fatal mistake," says the New York Tribune, "for business men to lose courage in dull times and to imagine that trade In 10 had that it is useless to attempt to work it np by eommsndtng in lie attention through legitimate advertising expedients. It is the concurrent testimony of all the most energetic merchants In trade that the returns from advertising were never more direct and speedy than dnring the present year of de pression. The foolish angler is the one who casts aside his rod when the ery is raiB.-d that the full will not bite. The wise nsh-rman knows ihat there is good sport so loug as there are iish iu the pond, and catches thetn and ilils his basket ...

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

I THE SCTtANTOST TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING MAY 9, 189. EXQUISITE STYLISH THE HATS -AT- 303 SPRUCE STREET. All the Fashionable Shapes Trimmed tor uit tho most fastidious, WORK GUARANTEED. LOWEST PRICES LACE CURTAINS Tha most delicate fabric prop erly clenneJ t THE Lackawanna Laundry 308 Penn Ave. A. B. WARMAM. Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue China, f SILKS 415 Lacka. Avenue. CARPETS BARGAIN SO 3, We Will Offer for a Few Ojyi Fine Woqustte Ru,', at ts oo. These Rugs Have Never Been So!d for less Than $3.03. CITY NOTES. Tim joint auditing committee of councils anK last evening. Today is ladii-s' Jar at thi baseball park. Ladies will he admitted fre'. St. drinrph's society will meat at tlM r'otindlmg Home at ,i o'clock this after noon. Thn str- eta and bridges committee of select council will meet at 7 o clock this evening. Tlin annual inspection of pulice will be conducted bv Captain Kdwnrda at the municipal building at 'J o'clock tbis after noon. Mr. and Mrs. Thom...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 9 May 1894

(5 THE SCltAKTCCT TRIIJUE WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 0, 1894. They Had a Taste of G.rlsbarl Spm.lel S ilt, All th? world likos it. All the world takes it. (Joctiie, Beethoreu, Bismarck, kinijs nml qnens lnntunenbli Dearly nil the minds thtt huve obanged the courso of nffuiru for etntnrits, unvo ijon to Carlsbad for bodily kid, Yon cminot ko but yon csn bars the benefit of Carltbtd at homt, Tnke the imported Waters or tho Carlsbad. Snrndai Suit, or both, if yon xvuut nn Inereued hc tion of the ume, They r natural remedies whioh are el way 1 effeetive in all disorl-rs of the atuumcti, liver end kidney a, in oonatlpation, Kouty end rheumatic affeotiona. Be sum to obtain the "gennioe," whicii have the slgnntnrt of "Eisner hihi Mendtlson Co.," Agents, Naif York, on every bottle LIVC JOTTINGS r.f POLITICS. The recent ruling of the state supremo court HftirmiuK a decision ly the Luzerne eaaoty eoart that the power to grant or reject applications for license to sell liquor lay wholly in the dis...

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

THE SCTi ANTON TETBTJNE-WEBlsESDAT MOKNIKG. MAT 9, 1894. ABOUT FIREPLACES. ADORNED WITH CARVED CASINGS AND DECORATIVE OVERMANTELS. Hard Wood Mantel. nnilTlleil Front- When Money is Plentiful Homanutdc t'oulrlv-anci-4 Where Keoiioiny Ilules How to Muko uu Ornamental Overmantel. Fireplaces exercise the bruins of the honso mistress all tlto year round. In Bittumer one is puzzled to know how to adorn them in some way that shall be povel as will as pretty, and in winter one thinks of hangings that will take off the chilly effect of the grayish white warble to which we seem doomed in OUT drawing rooms. For those who havo plenty of money the adornment of the fireplace is very simple, for they have only to pet a casing of carved wood, which solves tin- whole problem. But there are many, on the other hand, who havo to study economy in ornamentini; their homes. For this class The House wife describes and illustrates a method of decorating the fireplace and contriv hit; an overmantel all in on...

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

THE RCEAKTON TKIBTOE-WEDNESDAY MORNING." MAY 9, 189. GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT UNUSUAL VALUES IN DESIRABLE WOOL DRESS GOODS Ate among tlie present attrsc tiona at our establishment Among the more prominent1 stuffs MM All-Wool French PRINTED : CHALLIES The tire exceedingly ut- tmotivB and were printed e pecially for tins lesson's trade. PRICE 49 CENTS WOMEN'S Tailor-made Costumes Tliu very newest styles nnd every suitable material, Worstol Storm Bergs and Covert C'lotlis in choic? mix lares have parbapa the first holl ou popnlai favor, A Superb Display of cpring and Summer mm; Comprmi c mvr.liic'nt lirtM of Im ported mil Uniiipatio Giiods in the Very teat shapes, n rtiatic.il ly trimmed and finished in the liiRiuHt style of the art. Trimmed and rjntrimmed Hato and Bonnets In I,-jhnrn, LecS, Fmicy Straw, StC m m f,iics Oar Fashion llontidy, JtJST OUT Desorlbee nnl contains thp loading fashions, latest dreea materials, torie. anecdotes, nnmnrooa lllnatrallons, va: nnlilo information, elevat...

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

the Third Those who wish them should order immediately. Series of W'rAHEtori w now tf.,wy EIGHT lAGES--oG COLUMNS. SCRANTON, PA.. THURSDAY MORNING. MAY 10, 1894. TWO CENTS A COPY. 1 (fa in pin 1E1 TBI ANY MM MORIIM PE8 THE Ti l EREA lOBE BJ8il II Ml IS SPREADING Federal Authority Afrilu Invoke! 'Against Train Thieves. Extreme Measures Taken to Capture a Stolon Missouri Pacific Freight Train A Passenger Train Held Up in Ohio Coxeyite Train-Stealers in Jail at Pittsburg Breaking Up Western Bands. PCKBLO. Col., May 9. ANDERS' Cripple Creek band of Uoxeyltes, wuo seised a ireitit train hen last night anil started east on tlie llllioori Pacific rHll- Ml, suee.)eil In K-ttini; around the obstruction near Olney caused by liicliinu ii box ear in a rnt, nn'I re nmed tneir journey eMtwurd at about 3 3D, o'clock this morning, Snperin tenclent Derby, when notified by wir that tbe trninSilri were iiuain in motion, orlered four locomotives, wliici hml been wnttitiKHt Arlinirtrn, seventy tiw miles...

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

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-TIIU1.SDAY MOB1TCNG-. MAY 10, 1S94. THE SECHET (IN 8 fa " 7th ACT. All the muscles come in play While in this position they Show no signs of pain or strain; How, this strength, did these men gain? By the use of tiio Genuine Johann HofPa M;iit Extract One dosen bottle have thp nam-' nutritive anl tonic effect as a large cask of ale, without beinc intoxicating. Itiaitt apon the Gemini:, which muat Iiavo the signaturt of "Johnnn Huff' 0!' thp n-ck label of every buttle. E18XHB & MENDFL80N Co.. Ant. 188 an.1 15-1 Fntiklin Sr..Xw York A LONG THE CQStiNC But Scranion's First Victory Arrived, Being Several Days Overdue, EASTON WAS OUR FIRST VICTIM The Loc.ils Make Up Their Minds Th.it They Can Play Ball, and Put Up a Game That Was Astonish ingly Good for Them Hodson and Patchen So Pleased That They Re turn Thanks with Fervor. About 000 periling who bad confi dence in the ability of the BemotOD team to play winning bill iritDMMxl the brat victory for th loeali jreet...

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

THE SCEANTON TBIBUNE THURSDAY MORNING. MAY 10, 1894. 3 Lacisum All Things Musical STELLE&SEELEY 134 Wyoming Ave. men OKA L)1C 1VEBEB, SHAW, BHBB80N, OTBKB MAKES ORGANS all riiicn Seo the Shaw Piano from the World's Fair in our window. GOOD BREAD -USE Till'- MOW WHITE And always liave Good Bread. KAWVAOTtTBID AXI FOll SALE TO THE TBA01 Bl The Weston ill Co. EEWARB OF COUNTERFEITS I THE GFWUINE FOPUUff Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G- B. & Co., fam-lnterf in F-eh Cigar. Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. loll. 1 MuLik BSJUAJUt DR. H. B. WARE tPtU I At . 1ST. EYE, EAR, iN'OSiS A-NU TUHOAX. :35 WYOMING AVU PERSONAL Anti.or.y McLace U.v cone to Sacramen to, OBI W. W. Drinker, of Plymouth, was here yesterJay. A. J. Henry, of Allentown, is at the Val ley t. ... . Andrew Bedford Is at tne Girard Home, Philadelphia. Joseph A. Welch, of Uonesdale, is at he Westminster. R Haslaehor, of New York, U visiting Sol Goldsmith. W. J. Itwis, of Klugiton, was In the city yesterday. Henry Illin, jr...

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

I THE SCEANTON TRIBUNE THURSDAY MORNING. MAY 10, 1894. SCRANTON TRIBUNE Pmi.lOHKn DAILY IN ScnASJ TON, PA.. nV Ti i. Tbiiiuni Publisiiino Company. Nirw York omci: TnmcN Bnr.niNO. Fhank s. Orav. Manaoer. tnlerrd al the MiioUce nt Scrna'on, fo., Krcunri-t'fuss Hail Mailer- THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. SCRANTON. MAY in, 1S04. TBI EXPRESSED fear of certain 000 temporaries ttant Sunday ball playing may be Indulged In y Bints league Stabs can lis dismissed at one as with out foundation. Sabbath dsseorstlon is not only not necessary to the financial success of base, bull; but with proper management of the secular names, the proper observance of Sunday as a day of rest will add to the popularity ami to the revenue of the week day sport. The Income Tax Once More. The announcement that if the income tax becomes a law a test case as to its constitutionality will ha prepared bv Pennsylvania's noted constitutional lawyer, John Gr. Johnson, acquires ad ditional interest to Scrantonisns bv reason of Mr. ...

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

THE SCTtANTON TRIBUNE THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 10, 1894. FOR ONE WEEK "We will sell our entire stock of New aud Stylish TRIMMED HATS at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Come and see theui at NEWMAN'S 303 SPRUCE STREET. LACE CURTAINS Tha most delicate fabric prop erly cleaned m THE Lackawanna Laundry 308 Penn Ave. A. B. WARM AN, Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue China, Haskell. 415 Lacka. Avenue. CARPETS BARGAIN NO 3, We Will Offer far a Few Days Fine Moquette Rug at Si oo. These Bug Have Never Been Sold for lea Than $3.00 '27 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTtSS. An enjoyable intn bv Thcrmi i uborri appears on page i of thin issue of Tiik niauaa Delaware, Iarkawanria and Vatrn trainmen wer paid yesterday and many will be paid today. John Noloman, the well known plumber, of Jermvn, u a randldate for delegate to the Republican county c rOTatlttotL There will be a meeting of the board of benlth at their room in ton mumcipiil building at 3 o'rloca tomorrow afternoon. The contract for buildin...

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

THE SCRAJNTON TRIBTOE-TIIUI.SnAY MORNING, MAY 10, 1894. 4 Old Titus Writing the History of Rome. YVhon old Titns wrote Roue's history he did not think that in future agvi the stiriurs of Europe would bo brought to America, for America was not known then, although it existeil.and o did the t'nrlHuad Springe. You oau buy the Carlsbad Bprndel Suit at every drug store now. They are the concentrated evaporations of the Waters of Carlsbad which huve ban used for centurlea for their epscilio properties in all derange nieuts of the stuinaoh. eonstlpation. liver and kidupy disessos. The genu ine litis the sitcnatura of "Eisner and MandallOD Co , Hole Agents, New York." on every bottle. WHO ARE THESE PEOPLE? An Allseed Buffalo Solum to Play ths Tallapoosa Oams Again. Ppretat In fit .Seranton Tribune. riTTST.'N, Msy 'J A apeoial dispiteh aunt out from lUttlalo lias the following to aay concerning the transactions of p.-rsous in ttna locality. It runt aa fol lows: "A clever scheme by means of w...

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

THE SCBaNToN TRIBUNE THURSDAY MOHNBTO. MAY 10, 1894. WOOL TURNED WHITE. AWFUL EXPERIENCE OF A NEGRO BESET BY ALLIGATORS. Oe Spent the Greater I'urt of Twenty four Houm no a Stump in it Deep Swamp Be Held a Pig on Ilia Hack and Wa Snrroumled by Hungry Ssurlans. On the edge of a little take about tefi or twelve mile northwest f Tallahaaaee, there lives an old negro whom 1 lee and with whom I talk every time I go hunting In that direction. At least I have always Kupnosed he wai aged, for though his wife Is a buxom young woman, he is while haired, though hale and hearty in appear ance. The lost time I was out there I learned that he was quite young, only about forty in fact, and that hi.-, snowy locks had a history. After urging 1 pre vailed on him to tell me the story. It seems that during the war this negro, Ben Aiken, had run off, anil while hiding out In the woods subsisted as best he could on wild fruits, some game, young com, and an occasional chicken if he wassofortunate as to fi...

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

THE FCRANTON TRIBUTE THURSDAY MORNDTG. MAT 10, 1894.' GORMAN'S BRAND DEPOT BRISK USINESS UILDERS These are the prices that ex pand the purchasing power of the American dollar. Printed China Silks One of the most important assortments shown this year is now on our counters at 50c. the yard, and is especially conspicuous for its exceptional value. Regular price, 73e. At 25c. Per Yard 21-inch Plain China Silks, imported to sell for 37c. Such values as these cannot be found in any other store. Black Nan's Veiling Favorites because so cool, so light qualities much Improved over last year and juices heavily decreased; 10 percent better in quality and 2S per cent, lower in price. 40-inch, 50 cents. Last season's price, 650. 36-inch, 45 cents. Last season's price, 5Sc. Ladies' House Gowns Prettily made of Indigo Pine Chintses, with lull front and back, raffle and fashionable Bleeves. Price 7Uc. each. It is to your interest to Buy Now. The goods we have are beautiful and the Prices are Away ...

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