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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 11 May 1894

The Third Series of Multi chromes now ready. TT.MI. m Wish them should order immediately. N.I'-" i . EIGHT PAGES--5G COLUMNS. SORANTON. PA.. FHIDAT MORXING. MAY 11, 185)4. TWO CENTS A COPY. AGH MEM TBI AMY OTH MORNING PAPER n?7 ; 144 THE TRIBUNE RE I (Jailed States Offlcrs Are Stoutly Resisted in the Northwest. "IE BLOODY FIGHT OVER A TRAIN Fierce Struggle at North Yakima Two Deputy Marshals and Several Tramps Wounded in an Effort to Regain Control of a Train An In junction Issued Still Chasing the Missouri Pacific Train-Stcalers. TAOOKA, Wash., May 10. Fa FIGHT tv.t pine nt North Yaki A ma at 7 :ii o'eloek hint atoning, fall between deputy United Statm LTU marshals nud Uoxeyltea. Dep uty Marshals Cliideater and JollicK, of Tucoma, warn shot, tlie first in tlie letf nd Hih latter through the bowels, and s blofilint; to Instil Internally. Twenty shots War fired Svane, Weaver ami McAdee, til s-Ht tin Coxeyitee, reeeired 11-nh wounds from revolver shots. A Beattle Coxeyite known a "Boo...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 11 May 1894

THE SCRANTON TTflBUNTE FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 11, 1894. THE SECRET (IN S T?' fl a a in 8th ACT. To some things we've ot the key, Johann Holt's Malt Extract see? After such a splendid showing 'Tis a remedy worth the knowing. B mre to obtain th( Gunmri, tad i1j uot bo itnpod upon by the ntirnsrouR substitute's offered us "just an good " The Gtnnioa Jolivn Holt's Malt Extract must have the sigiiaturo of Jobanu Ilolt" on tho neck lab of every bottle. Nona other is genuine. B18NBB A MENDKLSON CO.. Abohii, 109 and 1M Fr.inkliri St., Now York. TRIPLE It Was Hade by First B'asoman Wente and Second Baseman Weikart, of Easton. SCRANTON TAKES ANOTHER GAME Plftnnaghan Pitelies Too Good a Game for the Visitors to Do Anything Umpire Hardie Henderson Makes a Wronp; Decision Which Costs Eas ton a Run Items of Base Ball News Which Will Be Interesting to Scran ton Cranks. By far the pr-t!i.tt play that nns been made at IIrs:ui p:rk. this HMH ws an Melting triple play by firit baaatnao. Wtnta and second ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 11 May 1894

THE SCEAKTON TRIBUNE FltlDAY MORNING, MAY 11, 1894. Lacisum All Things Musical STELLE&SEELEY 134 Wyoming Ave. Id ICS 1 1 C.KAU1J WEBKB, sua w, BHBBSON, OlllElt MAKES mm ALL l'KICE See the Shaw Piano froin the World's Fair in our window. 11 Foe to Dyspepsia GOOD EREAD USE 1111:- SNOW SITE FLOUR And always have Good Bread. HAKT7TACTURED AND fOH SALE TO THE THADE II Y The Weston Mill Co, ttWARE OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE FFNIIINE FOPIiL'-.B Punch Cigars HAVc? THE IMITIHIS Gm B. 5c Co , ImprlntM M Fioa C'nar Carney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. IOUKX UUUaX MlUAKKi DR. H. B. WARE BPECI IIjIHX EYE, EAE, KGSE A.NU THROAT; '35 VVYOMING AVE MYSTERY STILL UNSOLVED. Nothing New Learned About the Manner in Which John Mc Donald Met His Death. The mystery sorrouniliag th death of Ji)tin MVIionaM, whose corps WM fonn'l Wednesday afternoon alouy a brannh rsilros'l leadirijr up the Moosic monntHin, Is. yt unsolvd. McDonald wii k:.own to be in per fect liesltb on tb morning he loft home for Mooic to buy tor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 11 May 1894

THE SCR ANTON TBIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING-. MAT 11, 1894. SCRANTON TRIBUNE Pdblipht:t) daily in schaw ton. Pa.. BY Iuk nana PvuiHia compast. N.w Yoitjt Oitioh: Tnmost Building, Fhank s. orav. Manaohb. fchrid at lie Jfo7Iee nf Srrnivfon, Pa, ' SKtiut-Caat JoiJ Matter. THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. SCRANTON. MAY 11, 1894. It took a good many years of hard work to couvlnce tlie American con gress that piracy wns not lew disreput able iu the hook trade than on the hiirh seas. American playwright, no less than American authors, deserve legal protection from barnstorming pirate manager who steal their livelihood at honest labor's espouse. The delegation of dramatists wbloh wants congress to do its duty in this matter should not be long kept in uncertainty as to the result of their potition. The Farce Is Yet On. That was a telling thrust by Senator Hoar when he declared that the a unto edition ot the WiUou bill "is founded npt)D co principle, and is born of un unnatural union between two hatreds that o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 11 May 1894

THE SCTiANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 11, 184. 5 FOR ONE WEEK W e will sell our entire stock of New and Stylish TRIMMED UATS at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Come and seo tlieui at NEWMAN'S 303 SPRUCE STREET. WE have special facilities for A NO. 1 WORK, LACKAWANNA THE LAUNDRY 308 Penn Ava. A. B. WURMAN. Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue We are showing new designs in printed IRISH LAWNS, JACONET, DIMITY and PONGEE. 415 Lacka. Avenue. CARPETS BARGAIN i0 3. We Will Offer for a Few Days Fine Moquette Rugs at $2 oo. These Rugs Have Never Been Sold for less Than S3.00 ".27 Wyoming Av. CITY NOTES. Hx new esses of measles were reported Veatenlay. A regular meeting of tlio Imard ! tmaltli will be held at 3 o'clock this afternoon. Ttie Delaware, Lackawanna and West em mil pay Hloomsburg dlvisnu employ e today. Th Jaffarton and sturges eompariv will produce "Josbaa Whitcumb" at .Musio ball tbii evening. The coinpnny contain Keverai capable actor. Tnrnnr hall haa tmen hnndsonie...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 11 May 1894

r 6 TIIE SCI?ANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 11, 1894. Goethe's Visit to Carlsbad. There is no doubt that the life of the great poet was greatly pro longed by drinking the waters of the Sprudel Spring. In our day wo have the Sprudel Spring brought to us iu the form of Sail, which is obtained by evaporation from the waters of Carlsbad. The CAKLSBAD SJ'RUDEL SALT (powder form) is iu no sense a mere purgative, but is an aiterative and eliuiinative remedy which dissolves tenacious bile, al lays irritation and removes ob struction by aiding nature. It acts soothingly and without pain. lc ware of imitations. The genuine article baa the signature of EI8 NEB & MEFDELSON CO., solo agents, New York, on every bot tle. Pamphlets mailed free upon application. Price per bottle 1.00; large size $1.50. THREE MEN BUHNfcU By an EXplOblou of Gas la the Twin Shaft ftvool (o th Moron Ami IWkwM PrrmOft, May 10. The Twin iliaft of the N'swton Coal ciuipanr WM the scene of lerious accident about 10 o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 11 May 1894

THE SCB ANTON TRIBUNE FRTDAY MORNING. MAT 11, 1804. A VISTA OF FASHION. FEATURES OF NEW YORK, PARIS AND LONDON STYLES. The Vary Latest Dnns Skirts Bemarkable Comblnatlnnii of Colors Two yuito Now Sleeves Fashionable Mntirlnlsanil Trim mlng For Dresses. As to tho question of dress skirts, these Bro wide, ofpeeiiilly labout tho foot, but women do not appear liko hourglasses, as they did lost yi'i'ir, beOBHSG tho ma terials of which gownsaro eomposcd fall from tho waist downr:Tl in soft, reg nlar folds, which it is 0110 of tho most Constant efforts of tho dressmakers to maintain in their original purity of out lino. Last year's skirts can bo rear raugod.fo'r much additional fullness'may bo obtained by an added pieco at tho hem, cut on tho round. Indeed this ad dition in contrasting material will bo introduced on many of tho somen's gowns. It is more than doubtful that either double skirts, draped skirts or JJanniers will establish tliemsolves hero. We have had theso In t.mes of yore, b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 11 May 1894

ir THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 11, 1894. GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT BRISK USINESS UILDERS Those are the prices that ex pand the purchasing power of the American dollar. Printed China Silks One of the moBt important assortment? shown this year is now on our counters at 50o. the yard, and is especially conspicuous for its exceptional value. Regular price, 75o. At 25c, Per Yard 21-inch Plain China Silks, imported to sell for 37c. Such values as these caunot bo found in any other store. Black Nun's Veiling Favorltwl because so cool, so light jqualltlos much improved over last year and prices heavily decreased; 10 percent better In quality and 28 per ceut. lower in price. 40-inch, 50 cents. Last season's price, C3c. 36-inch, 45 cents. Last season's price, 58c. Ladies' House Gowns Prettily made of Indigo Blue Chiutzes, with lull front and back, raffle and fashionable Bleeves. Price 19c. each. It is to your interest to Euy How. Tho good3 we have are beautiful and the Prices are Awa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 12 May 1894

The Third 77OS0 ze,0 ze.'s. kw swivflf order immediately. Rp.rip.s nf Miiltir.hrnmpx I now readv, 0 afli EIGIIT PAGES 5 G COLE MNS. SCRANTON, PA.. SATURDAY MOKNINQ. MAY 12, 1894. TWO CENTS A COPY. IE1 TBI 111 OTHER G PffEfS THE TIB IE REACHES 1 OHM COKE! IS TO STRIKE TEITS His Commonweal Army Prepared to Leave Washington Tomorrow, CAMP TYRANNY WILL BE DESERTED The Hero of the Grass Episode Will Lead His Warriors to Sunny Mary land and Pitch Camp Near the His toric Duelling Ground at Bladens burgh The Terrors of the Work house Induced to Move. Washinotpv, May 11. ACOD OOXEY'S commonwealers will quit the District of Coluin- n) bia early tomorrow mnminjt. v-' The new camp will be at the fa- tnotM Spa Spring rnvir tbe historic dni'lliiiK ground at Wndcnsbnrit, juat over th Marylaml line. Toll decision was reached by th general of the army today, when lie found that his follow ers could not bfconiH depandunt upon the locnl city government, but miaht be punished by terms in the workoous. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 12 May 1894

THE SCT? ANTON TRTBTJNE-SATTtrdAT MOHNING. MAT 112, 1894.' THE SECRET (IN 8 1st ACT. The Samson liros. 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 Johann Huffs Mall Extract. One dozen bottles erive 88 much strength tad nourishment ns a cask of ale, irlthont being intoxicating. Insist noon the Qbncins, with signature of "Johsun Hoft" on neclc label. Nono other in "in good." Writ" for pamphlet BI8NBB MENDELSON en., Agent, IBS una IM franklin St., Now York. BASE BALL GAMES YESTERDAY. STATE UUOUg At Enston Knstou l 0 8 9 0 S 1 1 118 Beranton o 0 0 9 4 0 0 0 o d Hits Huston, 15; Krriititon, 10. Errors Benton, 'j; Beranton, 5. Botterlee -Hoghos, Holmes nud Went; Nolan, l ilanngan ami Pntebon. At linrrisburt,'- Hnrrieborg 1 9009018 19 Pottorille o o o n i a 2 I 0 Bits Harrlatrarg, 9 I'ottsviiie, 9, Br r.rs- i arrisbuii:, .": i'ottsvilh', V Hatter leu Brahan ami smmk; Armstrong ami Bhilsky, Umpire -Ben...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 12 May 1894

I THE SCRAN TON" TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 12, 1S94. 3- Lacisum All Things Musical STELLE&SEELEY 134 Wyoming Ave. HIGH GHAD15 PIANOS WEItEB, SHAW, EMKKSON, (1 111:;; MAKES ORGANS ALL PBXOI See the Shaw Piano from che World's Fair in our window. ft Foe to Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD USX THE- SNOW WHITE FLOOR And always have Good Bread. XAXUTACTUBKD ANT FOB SALE TO THE TKADE BY The Weston Mill Co BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS ! THF GENUINE POPUL'.B Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G.. B. & Co , (irnrinf i on Ea"h Cl?;n'. Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. IIIL'Kl lJOtsK iUlAKK. DR. H. B. WARE SPECIALIST, EYE, EAR, KOSE A-NL TUROATL Bfm HOURS : "lUnH!k 35 WYOMING AVE, 1 W. H. Hultlt Explains Why He Favors the Mulberry Street Site. THE SELFISH INTERESTS BALANCE There Are, He Says, as Many Inter esled Property Owners on One Street as on the Other, Hence the Subject Shonld Be Considered from tho Standpoint of the Greatest Good to the Groatest Number. Mnch interest still attar-has to the brides qu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 12 May 1894

I THE SCRANTON TBIHUNE-8 AT lilt DAY MOKAUNt. MAY IU, i4. SCRANTON TRIBUNE rcnMSHF.n DII,T TN SrnANTOW, PA., J1Y Tins Tauovi PObuibihq Company. New Ton. Omen: TittnrjNB Buii.dino, FlIANU S. GllAT. MANAQEIL kntered at the Pontofflce at Scran (on. Pa., at Becond-Clast Mail Matter. THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. BOBANTOK. KAY IS, 1894, Coxky cannot be Ho is merely an ass. made a martyr. Scientific Brigandage. Tho battle, of envy and hate which those who fail in life invariably wago au iinst those who sncceed has enlisted the snpriort of another truckling poli tician who sees in it a new chance to become notorious and incidentally to "make hay" of his own. This partic ular law-maker lives in Nnw Jersey and is a member of the state assembly, lie hns introduced a bill which "makes it unlawful for nny person to transmit, by will or othorwise, property worth $1,000,000, All property above thnt VUltM is to escheat to th state, and the attorney eneral is requosted to see that the state gets its sliaro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 12 May 1894

THE SCR AN TON T1JI DUNE S ATI! ITDA V MOHMNU. MAY 12, 1894. FOR ONE WEEK We will sell ovir entire stock of New and Stylish TRIMMED HATS at C1KEA.TLY REDUCED PRICES. Come ami see them at NEWMAN'S 303 SPRUCE STREET. WE have special facilities for A NO. 1 WORK, LACKAWANNA THE LAUNDRY 308 Penn Ave. A. B. WARMAN. Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue We are showing new designs in printed IRISH LAWNS, JACONET, DIMITY and PONGEE. 415 Lacka. Avenue. ? . CARPETS BARGAIN NO 3, We Will Offer for a Few Day Fine Moqu-lt Rugs at $2 os. Theae Rugs Hive Never Been Sold for less Than $3.00 '27 Wyoming Ava CITY .NOTES. The taaehsji1 sad ba tiding oommttte of the boanl of control mule a t' ur pt Ilia city .ctiools ynatafsay, A marriage lirense wai Kranteil MSttr day by Clark f the OonruJobo II Tanss- a. toHavpbOS BenpM ami NastS l'lriink, b-ith ot Oiyphant. UeV. I. N, K.rle will continue Ml MM ture eerien by 'hi- delivery of "A Hiiil'. fa View i f ihe Bible'' at Grace Bafornied church ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 12 May 1894

0 TI1E SCPANTON TRIBUXE-SATUK1AT MOEOTNG, MAY 12, 1894. MARKING THE LINEN. The French or Halted Latin Stitch Is Now Considered the Correct Style. Whilo it may in some cases be neces sary to mark linen by stamping or writ ing with an indelible ink, this in only to bo tolerated for ordinary articles under circumstances forbidding tho employ ment of moro approved methods. An embroidered letter or letters is the prop er way of marking, and tho current fash ion gives neat and plain though artistic tattering in place of the highly orna mental, involved and illegible letters and monograms which were recently so much in fashion. For an r rdinary set of plain handker chiefs, for instance, what could be a more appropriate marking than a singlo plain initial neatly wrought in a comer? Plain, everyday sheets and pillowslips Would receive like or even simpler treat ment. Tho napkins in ordinary use should have a slightly ornate lettering, whilo tho richest of table tpreads and tho "guest chamber...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 12 May 1894

THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE SA TTTTtD A Y MORNING. MAY 12, 1894. SOCIETY AT CARLSBAD IIH ATTRACTIONS OF THE FAMOUS BOHEMIAN WATERING PLACE. A Town Buiit on the Lid of a Boiling Kettle Where Nobility, Wealth and Beauty Meet Every Year. Fancy a town built ou the lid nf a 'roilinc kettle that is Carlsbad. Who first raid this 1 am not nbla to tell, but all who know Carlsbad will appreciate the happy wit. Ami though it is but the lid of a kettle, it is a very lieauti fnlona. Itlics in tlio romantic valley of the Tepel, and the Tepel is in llo bemia just where its mountains rise darkly along tho frontier. There i.s beanty everywhere; the mountain! look down upou tho narrow little city. Crown PMNCUS BTKPBANIE Ifhose bnnses lis like beads along the rapid, winding river; thoy bold both banks of the stream against tiie hills, five stories bigb, perhaps, though bill two or three in the r-r Perhaps there are IS, 000 inhabitants in Carlsbad; boarding houses km ev erywhere, as one will readily balisYS...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 12 May 1894

THE SCKANTOTT TKIBTOE-SATOTIDAY MOiaTTTrtJ, MAY 12, 1894. Bcccham's pills are for biliousness, bilious headache, dyspepsia, heartburn, torpid liver, dizziness, sick head ache, bad taste in the mouth, coated tongue, loss of appe tite, sallow skin, when caused by constipation ; and consti pation is the most frequent cause of all of them. Book free; pills 25c. At drugstores,or write B.F. Allen Co.,365 Canal St., New York. GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT BRISK USINESS UILDERS Thcso aro the priors that ex pand the purchasing power oi tho American dollar. Printed China Silks Ono of tho most important assortments shown this year is now on our counters at BOo. the yard, and is especially conspicuous for its exceptional value. Regular price, 75o. At 25c, Par Yard 21 inch Plain China Bilks, imported to sell for ;,7c. Such values as these cannot le found in any other store. Black Nan's Veiling Fav orites because so eool, so lighl qualities much Improved over lat year and prices heavily decreased; 10 perc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 14 May 1894

The Third Series of Multichromes now ready. Those who wish them should order immediately. EIGiTi PAGES-56 COLUMNS. SCRAJNTON, PA., MONDAY MORNING. MAY 14, 1SJ4. TWO CENTS A COPY. r.i MEN TBI ANY OTtJ HE Til IE REAG III mm HUGE IS E His Beautiful New Taber nacle in Ashes. LARGE HOTEL DESTROYED Great Excitement Among tbe Guests In the House of Entertainment. THE MEMORIAL STONES RUINED The Beautiful Edifice at Corner of Clinton and Greene Avenues Dis covered to Uo on Fire at Noon Yes terday Before tlie Firemen Arrive thj Flamet Beyond Control Inside of Thirty Minutes from the Discov ery of Fire, the Roof Falls ln--Hotel Recent Also Burned and Several Guests Who Are III Are Carried Out New York. May IS. p1 IKE seems to be the Nemesis of L Rt v. T. Do Witt Taltnaga nod the P members of his congregation. J Tli"ir beaotifol new tabernacle nt luu corner of Cllntoo and Greene mvhiu' , Brooklyn, wat dettrojrd by t'.r- tbil afternoon Flnni.s broke out in the church edifice just after those who...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 14 May 1894

TIIE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE -MONDAY MORNING. MAT 14, 1S94. THE SECRET (IN 8 2d ACT. hey start a pyrimidal stand With bottles of Johann HofFs brand. A balancing feat they next will do, These men know a thing or two Of the of Johann HofPa Malt Extract. Ono dozon bottlN give as mnob itrength ntnl nonrliliment n a cAik of ale, without biuc Intoxicating. Insist upon the Gkm ii which must have the Bijjnature of "Johann Iloit" cm the Qtok lubal of every iottle. Norm other li "a moil." BI8NBE MENDELSON CO.. A.i it-. 189 nnd 154 Franklin Pt..Nw York. SATURDAY'S 3ASE BALL GAMES. STATS bEAQOE At Huston Enatou (I 0 220000 04 Boranton o 1000006 s 7 Hits Ki'tnu. 7; Scranton, fl. Errors Ewton, 7; Scranton, S. Butteries Wilson and Sharp; Hodeon nud Patcben. At Allentown Allen town.... 9 8 9 114 11 490 Haaleton 1 0 8 1 0 0 1 0 l " Hlta Allentown, 9B Haaleton, It Kr-ron- Allentown, 8: Haaleton, 4. Ht terles Donohne, J':!li;;.iii nud Coetello; E'y nnd Moon, At Harriibnrg- Harribnrg....O 0 l x o o i l o fi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 14 May 1894

THE SCI?A:NTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY MORNING. MAY 14, 1394. 8 Lacisum All Things Musical STELLE&SEELEY 134 Wyoming Ave. HIGH GRADE WEBER SHAW, i:m EBtON, Ol II Kit MAKES mm AI L PRICK Seo the Shaw Piano from the World' 3 Fair in our windov. ft Foe to Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD USE THE- And always have Good Bread. SIASLTACTI'Kri) AN'. FOR SALE TO THE TRADE 1SY The Weston Mill Co EEWARB OP COUNTERFEITS ! Punch Cigars HAVE THE INjTULS G.. B. & Co. RttrfatH -n Fr.t c'ov. Gamey, Brown & Co. Mfr'3. (ill 1.1 ll(ILr. (JL AUK. DR. H. E3. WARE M l CI VI. 1ST. EYE. EAK. KOSH AS I) TIJIIOAT, OFFICE ECDR3 : 1T0U.10A.H. '35 WYOMING AVE. PERSONAL. Charles H. Franks, ol Chicago, is 1q Mt Joseph Fete, of Philadolptiio, is at the 8t. L'harlps. Mai (iallaril, of Wilkes-riarre, wait yes terday m the city. Mr. ! Mm. F.. .1. OooUwiu are spend ing the day nt Springy llle. H. n. Kennedy, of Waverly, ami W. H. Ddge, ol TuwanJa, are at the Wyoming. Joseph P. Hums and wife, of Wilkes Bnrre, vi-ited friends in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 14 May 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY MOKNINft. MAY 14, 189f. SCRANTON TRIBUNE rrm.iiinr.n nAn.v in BfilUa ton, Pl BT , lut li.iiiL'.NK PususBiirg coui'Axr. Nnw Tom Oitfioe: TittnuNS Builmno, I HANK S. UltAY. MANAoXH. tnterecl at the Fostntfce at SgrMfaUt P- 01 Second-Cick .1 ii ' .).:: c 1 HE SCRAN10N TRIBUNE. r-CRANTON. MAY 14. 1801 SKNATOB Qu ay's effort to avert til9 oaUmitlei ot WiUoniim muted into law is, In tho opinion of Colonel Mc Clare, part of "thu deliberate con spiracy enton d into at the beginning of tbi session to ssorlfica the prosperity r th country for partisan adranttg. " Yes; it's the npi sition part. Charity's Ccst Appeal. The appeal which hurt been, variomiy nude in behalf of the AsAociated Clur itiee, and vhie)i will this week be practically smplMtsllsd in a personal MDVutS under the auspices of uianv generous women of our city, should re ceive liberal consideration. We be lieve, too, that it will. The warm itu- pnlses or our ohaxiteble citizens have nevei tailed yet. T...

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