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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 14 May 1894

THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY MORNING-, MAY 14, 18JK S FOR ONE WEEK We will sell our cutiro slock of tiW and Stylish TRIMMED HATS at GREATLY REDUCED PBIOES. Come and see them at 1EWMAHS 303 SPRUCE STREZT. WE have special facilities for A NO. 1 WORK, LACKAWANNA THE LAUNDRY r.08 fern Avr A. B. WARNAN. Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue We are showing new deigns in printed IRISH LAWNS, JACONET, DIMITY and PONGEE. UBS i WM 415 Lacka. Avenue. CARPETS BARGAIN NO 3, Wc Will Offer for a Few 0 Ij I Fine Moquette Rug at Si 03 These Rurs Have Never Been Sold for less Than 53.00 There will txi r. meeting of tba bard of mar,in,'ri of the Flureuro MisMun tomor 1 o-.v ui 10 a. m. The Scranton Press club will BOM very impurtaut BMetiOf hi it louin tomorrow -.::, at T Si) o'clock. The Scrantoti ('learinij Tlouso Saaoula lion's rot.il ext-luuiK". f.,r wicl: 1 udiui; Moy wore 180(301.40 The Minnie Lester corapaii7 will bepin 8 'v -ek' entcaemeiit nt p fuler pric s 'it the Academy of M...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 14 May 1894

I 6 THE SCBAKTON lEIlTJKE-MGKDAY MOBNENQ. MAY 14, 1894. A ' FL0WJIRY MIX.TINU AT TBBSPRuOBL. Society ' Carlsbad i up early ia tlio morniOK The Waters, as well u the Carlsusd Spradsl Suit, act b at when ttiken v.ry early in tho morning, be fore) breakfast They nro ol gieut ben i fit iu Habitual constipation, Chronic Catarrh of the stomach, Dyspepsia, Liver snd Kidney tronblet. Obtain the genuine, which must hnvo (be signa ture ol "KUnfr and Hendelton Co, Agent?, New York," on every bottle. INEXPENSIVE, BUT COMFORTABLE. How a clever Woman Planned ami rnr niched a mi. all Room, One woman who ia inure clever than wealthy has ;i real ,-lovo of u room," which contains all the essentials of com fort, vet U not more than U feet square. Its ono original recommendation was the bright light that entered its single Window, Ail the rest was evolved from the owner's own brain, aud as it is not only delightful, but economical as well, it serves as an excellent model of what can be done in a timpli...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 14 May 1894

THE Stfl? ANTON TRIBUNE MO N HAY MORNING, MAY 14, 1894. HOW THE QUEEN ACTS. ANTIQUE FORMALITIES IN THE ENG LISH PARLIAMENT. deception or thu "liluck nod" In tlio Ilnuno of CHinuioiis-How the House Visits the Lords Ceremony of Agrce Intr to Iillls Pasted by tlio Peers. It is question time in I he honso of com mons, and ministers nro laboriously rciul Inji tlioir answers totlielouK listof primed questions on the paper, Presently, with 110 apparent reason, tlie. outer doors of the chamber, usually wide, open, are shut and locked and t Ise doorkeeper stands guard liiKtlictu, peeping through n tiny wicket In the door as if he expected nu incon venient dun. Hut, no; the doors h.ive only been locked on the same principle that tlio little boys on the towing path of tho Cam shut the gates when they see an undergraduate approaching, in order to have the pleasure of opening than) again (or a considera tion. What the consideration of the door keeper of the house of commons may be In not known t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 14 May 1894

THE KCB ANTON TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING. MAY 14, 1894. GORMAN'S II DEPO ,RISK U3INE3S 'UILDERS These are the prices that ex pand i lu purchasing power ol the American dollar. One of tlio most important assortments shown this year is now on our counters at ."()(. the yard, and is especially COnspioUOUl for its exceptional value. Regular price, 7ic. At 25c, Par Yard 21-inch Plain China Silks, Imported to sell for ,vc Such values a these cannot io found in any other store. Black Nun's Veiling Favorites because so cool, so light;qualities much Improved over last year and prices heavily decreased: in percent better in quality ami 28 per cent, lower in price. 40-inch, 50 cents. Last season's price, 65a 36-inch, 45 cents. Last season's price, ,"Sc. Ladies' House Gowns Prettily made of Indigo Blue Chintzes, with lull front and back, i utile aad fashionable slew es. Price 700 each. It is to your interest to Buy Now. The goods W3 have are beautiful and the Prices are Away Down -Lower than Down. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 15 May 1894

1 The Third Series of Mullichrnnw now rec - Those who wish them should order immediately. ETGIIT PAGES-56 COLUMNS. SCUAATON. PA., TUESDAY MOltXING-. MAY 15, 1894. TWO CENTS A COPY. 1 III OTHER I 1 P Ini m I j . M":""ikCf. 4 . VHHIVIMIi VUVUUV THE Til E8 MORE rail WE CONVENTION lUll (HIKERS Cleveland's Great Concourse ot Miners and Operalors. THE W OPERATORS ARE AT ODDS A Meeting of Vast Import- Deter mined Attitude of The Members of the Union Attested Tens of Thousands of Worktrcn and Artis ans All Over the Country Will Be Affected by the Outcome. Ci.icvn.ANP, Mrv 1 1 rpVF.KY traiu arriving In thia city U dunni: the night nud early honr of the morning brought delegates - to attend the miner1 conven tion to lav, and the conference which Uk.-: plsco tomorrow at the 'linmber ot Commerce between the miners und operator Btoretarr P. J. McBryde v iesd th. sentiments of a good ni my delegate wlnu bo unaware t a suiKestioa as to a compromise. "S'n, Mr," he Mid, "Wodid not come lirrr fur a e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 15 May 1894

I 2 THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE -TUESDAY MORNING. 1W AY 15, 1S94. I THE SECRET (IN 8 Ivs.' r .s, vJ . " 1 3d This is a very difficult feat, They appear very neat. To keep up such a position long One must be "built up" and strong Of the of Johann Hofra Mult Extract It vxtMn the t nargias, HriialMM ths nutritive powtn, improves the. nppo tlte nncl nidi digestion. It cun bo used for man, woman or child. Matchless hi a tonic in OOtmlMMDCf. Pnrchasm are wnrnoil ajraiuit Imposition and diauppointtnont. Insist upon lb QllUlNB, which tnust have Hi.) signature of "Johann Holt" on the Qtoh tubal of f vcrv bottle. EISXKK MK.NDKLSON" CO.. Agonta, IV' and Franklin Sr.. New York BASE BALL GAMES YESTERDAY. STATIC LIAOUI At Allentown - Allentown.... 1 0 0 10X18 0- t tcrantn I 0 a o 0 1 0 0 0- Hits--Allentown. 8: Serantou, 10. Er- rort Allentown, 4; Bcrantcn, 'j. Hat terles Kilroy und Milligaa; Donn and Patobsn. At ilasleton Hasleton o o 3 0 3 o 2 o . Esstou o o o o l o o l o a Hits-Hasleton, 9t Baston, 1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 15 May 1894

THE 8CEANT0N TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING. MAY 15, 1894. Lacisum Ml Tilings Musical STELLE&SEELEY 134 Wyoming Ave. HIGH GKAUli Ml AW, i:.M KBSOW, uiULi: HAKES ALL VOICE See the Shaw Piano from the World's Fair in our window. C-COD BP-SAD -CSE Till!- cNUW limit And always have mf Good Bread. -lAXLTAi-'TrKPl) AND FOtt SALE TO THI TBAD1 BI The Weston II Co, LEW ARE 0? COUNTERFEITS ! Punch Cigars E. Se Co , Carney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. ml i.i UUUOK MIVAKIb DR. H. B WARE EYK. BAB KOBE AND THBOAX ma boobs ili? 3 WYOMING AVE. l'EKSOXAL W, I: Storri is s udlng low days in t ofinoeticor. M and Mrs K I- Teal ape-it Sunday at Bisgbatnion. u. :i Carpenter, of Wilkoo-EUurro, was hen' jraoterday. X. K. Revvreon, of Binghamton, waa yectoidajr la the city. District Attorney Veimr, of Bradford cruntv, ii in th rity yostrrilay. In lojt .Tolin A. Sittser, of Tu'iWhannorl;. will precede at court No. 1 Jurtnii tl.a Week. John If, iiaTis linn returned from Pitta Wr. where be atteudfd !hu Tutted Stales O...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 15 May 1894

4 THE BCB ANTON TRIBUNETUESDAY MOKJN1JNU. MAY 15, 1894. SCRANTON TRIBUNE FrtBI.lSltllt) DAILY IN SCRANTON, PA., ffnii 'l'Kiuuaii ri-iuiMiiNo CompAnt. Nfw York Office: Tribune Building, Frank s. Uhat. Manaoeil Anlerni at the Pottofllce at Feranlon, Pa, Second-Class Mail Matter. THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. SOB ANTON". MAY iff, IS!) I. ONI THING may b taken for granted The people who voted for two new bridges didn't mean that tbey Bhould tie hniit In tbe twentieth century. It is time to (ret down to the bed rock fact that the bridges are needed now. A Blistering Disgrace. The lucid and convincing: narration In the Philadelphia 1'ress yesterday of the anccecsive details of the colossal jobbery whereby the giernntio Sugar trnst. controlled by the llnvemoyera of New York, coral tad the president and senate of the United States in further ance of their scheme of monopolistic enrichment through fnvor.ible tarilT schedule inserted to order In tho hem stitched Wilson bill in exchange for cash f qni...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 15 May 1894

THE SCRAN TON T RIB 1 JKE T U E S DAY MOHNIKGr. MAY 15, 1894. S FOR ONE WEEK We will sell our entire stock of New and Stylish TRIMMED HATS at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Come and see them at NEWMAN'S 303 SPRUCE STREET. WE have special facilities for A NO. 1 WORK, LACKAWANNA THE LAUNDRY 308 Penn Aw A. 8. WARM AN. Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue We are showing new designs in printed IRISH LAWNS, JACONET, DIMITY and PONGEE. S! 415 Lacka. Avenue. BARGAIN NO 3, We Will Offer for a Few Day Fine Moquette Rugr. at Si 03. These Rug Have Never Been Sold for Less Than S3 oo Williams k McAnulty ' 2 7 Wyomlnp; Ava CITY NOTES. Eight cases of mit-ifi and n caao of diiithena wrt n-iui o-.l to t!i" b -a: J of health yesterday. Ptp- layiug baa ben rDtiinittici-tl i: tbi Jut kaoti strwt dr.uii uti'lt-r tho nuoervmiou of the city engineer. The I, ndii-s Social nnion of th Penn Aveuuo Bsptiat church will servo a miji piT lifit Thursday eveniog fruiu 0 to I o'clock. The ordination of A. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 15 May 1894

6 THE SfcBAKTCWI 1LI1X2E-1UJ SDAY MOHNENQ. INI AY 13, 184. ' 1 V I. 'W I Friendly Advice. "Albert. I advise you to t;iko a doss of Carlsbad Bpmdel 8 tit before yon re tire, mid another one In the inorninir, if you want to have a clear neno ror the day. It will .lo you good, 1 iwsuro you. Hut no imitation. You would not drink imitation winter Buy the gonuiue every time. TOWN COUNCIL MEETING. Auditors Prnssnt Thslr R.port Ssvaral Important Kiit'.crs Ptimod Upon. Sasefai to the Scrtintfui Tribune. Pittston, May 11. A special meet ing of the borough council was held in the town hall tbu evening for the pur pose of completing unfinished business. The meeting wai called to order bv President J. J. Mangan promptly at 8 o'clock. There were present Messrs Kearney, Knowles, Kennedy, llunni gsn, Malcney, Donnelly, Lyuott nud Mangan. 'lliw meeting was opened by the read ing of communications for certain privileges. Tho I'lttston Steal Range company on petition wen exonerated from the payment of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 15 May 1894

TIIE SCT? ANTON TRIBTOTETTTES HAY MOOTISTGr, MAY 15, 1894. LACKAWANNA COUNTY TREASURER'S SALE OF FOR UNPAID TAXES YEARS 1891 AND 1892. N otico la hereby L'ivcn, that In pursuance of the several Acts of Assembly of the Com monwenlth ef Pennsylvania, ilireetinu the mode of sale of Seated Lands returned to the County Commissioners tor uuiiaul taxes, there will lie exnosed at public sale on the second Monday of June next, cllth, INK, i at 10 o'clock a. in., at the court house in the city of Scran- tun, the fcllowiUK lots and tracts of land, uiilea, the taxes and losts are aid before that llm Acres, i.ols, eq. Owners. l lot and ho use. Connolly, .1 n .-. 1 lot Evans, John C i ao ooaloniy Parnhani, John, estate t) acres, surface F.irnham, John, aetata 8n7 aeres Faruham. ,lohn, estate Ill:; uen a Parnbam. Jibn. aatato... 1 IiUll bridge, Jerome ULAKEIiY .Benjamin, Cbarlta . Manor. Frank Morgan, Joseph . . maiion, iiiomns ..McDonald, Ella ..Thomas. Kuwaiti ..Wilkes Sarah Jane CLIFTON ..Adams...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 15 May 1894

THE FCKANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNTNG. MAY 15, 189. Bcecharr.'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 drugatores,or write B.F. Allen Co.,365 Canal St., New York. GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT The beautiful weather suggests your necessities; your necessities Suggest our speeial ollcriugs to day: Gloves, Laces and Embroideries Dress Trimmings, Hosiery and Underwear Wc also offer a lar;;o lot of Trimmed and Untrimmed For women and children, In all the lu'st and latest shapes. Sailor Hats and English Walk log Hat; From 50 cants to $5. A beautiful assortment of Fine French and Domestic Flowers. WOMEN'S Tailor-Made Costumes Handsome Tu'lor Made Ok tomes in Bine and Black Berge, Cover) Cloths, etc., etc , with full sleeves and per fectly hangin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 16 May 1894

The Third 7te0 who wish them should order immediately. t'i i I . I I I ' .' t I I now ready. EIGHT PAGES--56 COLUMNS. SCUANTOX. PA.. WEDNESDAY MOBN1W, MAY 1G, 1304. TWO CENTS A COPY. IDE TBI Pro, A M I7f mm mm V7 n Jl ES MORE THE BROOKLYN TURF EVENT Dr. Rice Wins (lie $25,000 Stake and Honey (or His Backers. OFFICERS AND JUDGES ARRESTED Forty Thousand Peoplo Witness the Great Handicap Race at Gr vescnd. The Winner Is Followed by Henry of Navare, Second, and Sir Walter, Third An Interesting Review of the Day. New Yokk. Mav 18. THE Brordrlyn handicap, tli lirtt big tnrf event of the season, wa wou bv Dl Rico in the fast time of 2 08j today Ovtr forty tlU'Usntiil pertmia daw tha riot It was an i leal day for the race. Tha track was In perfect con litlon Md Ihtr waj every prospect of the r.-cird of 07 ll it, made by Dry Monopole, getting low ered The taclosart was nnoomforta b'.y crowded. Ail the trantporlatlon faoilltiM wort overtaxed and tbo work of getting to and frutn the track was ...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 16 May 1894

2 THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE WEDNESDAY MOENING. MAY IT,, 1594. E FROM HOI Our Own Defeats King Kelly's Aggrtgration with Ease, HUDSON DID VERY GOOD WORK His Support Was Not Gilt Edged but Nevertheless the Game Was Won. Kelly Took a Tu.-n at Twirling the Ball Himself Score in Detail as Made Up by Official Scorer. Fpttiul to the Serantun 7W6:in. ALLBNTOWN, Pa., May 15. King Eelly'i will sustained defeat tuclny from the Boranton slnmjt-rs. Uohos'iuo want in the box for the home team, but wai in poor form and Kelly took nil ;!aco. liodiion did toe pitching for the visi tor and did it wall. 1 Li snpport.how evor, was not as good as tbat ftiVIO by the AlUntOWQI. The score in detail : 8CBANTON. K. 11. O. A. K. ftaltz, I t 1 'J 0 0 1 Hogan, 0.1 8 8 2 1 O PatOhao, c -J 8 ' 4 0 ' 1 Bogota, r. f - -' 3 o 0 Massey, lb - 3 ;a o u WataaL h. g 1 l l a o Westlake, :ib I 3 '.' ;t- o Biggins, 8b o u (i " HoUsuii, p 1 1 U 'J o Totals 1.1 10 S7 13 4 ALLENiUWN'. 11. II. O. A. E Wood, I. f 1 1 1 0 (I Wise, li...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 16 May 1894

TOE SCEAKTON TEIBTTNE-WEDKESDAY MOItNIHG. MAT 10, 1894. Lacisum All Things Musical STELLE&SEELEY 134 Wyoming Ave. HIOII GKA13IJ WEnEIt, SHAW, KMKUSON, OlIIKR MAKES ALL PRICK See the Shaw Piano from the World's Fair in our window. I Foe to Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD USE THE WWHIT And always have Good Bread. SIAXCFACTT-REI) AND FOR SALE TO THE T1SADE BY The Weston Mill lo, EEWARB OF COUNTERFEITS ! Punch Cigars HAVE TME INITUIS G.. B. & Co, rmpr'ntoil en rr.h C'nv Gamey, Brown & Co. Mfr's. int 1. . llol bBj U( AUBl DR. H. B. WARE HPECI U.IHT. EYE. EAR, NOSH A NO THROAT. CFF1CS BODSS : l TOU.WA.il. - : s. xi mi 35 WYOMING AVE. PERSONAL. T F. W.lsh ipml y.'st-rJay at Pottt ville. Coal Operator J. P, Boete te,u in Phila delphia Itondajr, J. L II"pp, of tbo Fashion, ii Tn N.-w York 011 busincsi. Mrs. John P. Kvan. of i'otttville, il tat guests o! I'rovhleuce frie:ilt. .Mrs. K Mei rifi.-M, of Wyoming ftv. uue, ba retvraed from a rititto I lalifornie, Mrs. CharlM Ealle, of tni. olty, i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 16 May 1894

I THE SCR ANTON TRTTiUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING. MAY 16, 1894. SCR ANTON TRIBUNE rcBi.ism n DAILY in ScnAn ton, PA... bv The Tkiul.nb Puulis.'iino Compast. Nr.w York Office: TiunnNB Bctldino. rSAMI 8. G KAY, MANAdElt. Inlered at the rmtofke at fcranttm, Ta as Kecvnd-aait Hail Matter. THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. SCRAKTON. MAY lfi, 1SD4. At a UBBTISQ of tlio directors oi' The TlUBUNB Publishing company held Moiulny evening, E. P. Kingsbury, president of t.;e company, ml nlao Oh (well general manager, in the place of F. E. Won i, resigned. The Stale Convention. One week from today Pennsylvania Republicans will hold ;i convention which, by all indications, promises to be one of the cnluiinating inci dents of the rising wave el' Republican enthusiasm which made a new high water nark and set up a new stand ard lat February in the pau nomonal majority recorded for Unlnfltia A. Grow. Nothing has since occurred to eccnaiou any subudenco of that IWMplog tula of aroused pat riotic seutiment. Upon tue con...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 16 May 1894

I I THE SCR ANTON TKiBlJNJS WEDNESDAY MOIJNIJNU. MAY FOR ONE WEEK We will sitU oiu- entire stock of Hew ana Stylish TRIMMED HATS at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Come ami see tlieui at all 9 mm 303 SPRUCE STREET. WE have special facilities for A NO. 1 WORK, LACKAWANNA THE LAUNDRY 308 Fenn Av?. A. B. VVARMAM. Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue We are showing new designs in printed IRISH LAWNS, JACONET, DIMITY and PONGEE. 415 Lacka. Avenue. BARGAIN SO 3, Wc Will Offer for a Few Days Fine Moquctte Rugs at $2 03. These Rurs Have Never Been Sold for less Than S3.03 HcTPiitPen pupils of Nj. 22 school tit sick with men-liM. A-idrnw J. llnhon, prOBlBMt Bllll vuebuir;eM nuu, died yeittrJay titter noon. Thn I.scIIps' Social union of tb6 PsDB Avtnoi Baptist obarch will irv. iuppir Thursdii)' evening from 0 to H o'clock. A meeting of the Pni clnh will be beld this sfterno ,u at 4 IU) to male- ftunl ar rKnEen e- t- fur the excursion lo New York fit) Soturilny. Till Tail! nk Has Hail ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 16 May 1894

6 TIIE SCEANTON TBIBUNE- WEDNESDAY MORNING. MAY 16, 1894. W PUBLIC i IMPOSED UPON BEWARE OF FRAUDS. For The Sake Of Profit They Will Sacrifice Principal, Health, Etc. Ouerapoloai dealers are trying to tell or fiinarj Glauber Bolt or t mixture of BaldUtt Powder ns "Artificial Carlsbad Salt," "Spru del Suit," "German suit," or "Improved I'nrlsbad Salt," and under other similar Mimes. 'I'll" Natural Itomedies of Carlsbad n-iiiii.it lit, im iooired. "What Ifatttn iiiiikcs.iiian cannot improve." Artificial made winei will never replace tbe natural juioe of the grapes. Neither can tiio natural waters of Carlsbad, nor the Carlsbad Bprndel Salt be roplaood by the cheap lubtti sates offered to a gniloleaa public tor tbe nko pi tho larger profit made th roon, by theee un li irDpnlous dealer. No one would bnrartiflaial trtass knowing- ly. IVby buy the imitations of tho Carlsbad products, when your health is at stakor Tho Carlsbad Sprudol Waters are a specific for all diseases of the itomaeb, l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 16 May 1894

WHS SCItANTON TRISTTKE-WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 1G, 189. HIS IIEAD IN A HALTER BUT THE NOOSE NEVER TIGHT ENED ROUND THE THROAT. An Interesting Story Boealled by tlio Caa- uai Heetlog of Two Men In Wastiiog- ton Given u Cliuut-u to Tray thu VI ti:u Make! a Statement That Saved nun. A distinguished looking iiinu was sitting n iitfal'ein this city tho otlipr evening. The miter hail J tut brought Mm a sample of Washington1! fsvorlte drink, a "rlokey." Before he had taken sip of it another, who luui just entered t ho cafe, walked over to hiui, and extending his hand Soldi "How do you do, major? I haven't seen you for a lon time." The man addressed as ma jor, who, by the Way. il .Major Mc.Miehael, of the war de partment, looked at t Re newconur doubt fully end aald politely: "I fear, sir, that you have the advantage of me." "Well, major, the Qrst time you ever saw me 1 was ut one end of n rope and you at the other. Now do yoi recall meP" "By all that's holy." cried the maior. ex- enemy seiz...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 16 May 1894

THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 1G, 189. GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT The beautiful weather suggests your necessities; your necessities Buggest our special offerings to day: Gloves, Laces and Embroideries Dress Trimmings, Hosiery and Underwear We also oiler a large lot of Trimmed and Uiitrimmed HATS HID BONNETS For women and children, in all the best aud latest shapes. Sailor Hats and English Walk ing Hats From 50 cents to $5. A beautiful assortment of Tine French and Domestic Flowers, WOMEN'S Tailor-Made Costumes Handsome Tailor-Made Cos tunics in Bine and Hlack Serge, Covert Cloths, etc., etc , with full sleeves and per fectly hanging skirt, mosl carefully made in every de tail. Anions OM best style of suits arc the Derby, .Vina zon and Fenwick. A STRONG LINT. OF Ladies Vetsts $1.50 and $2 Each. DUCKSLITIN( iS choice siyies Ladies' Dock .Sailings iu Light aud Datk Colors, Price 12 '.c. Per Yard. M IHRO R t U Al MOUblC. Little Local rf Oinoral Inttreat Ovtr th County Lin. Siv...

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