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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 May 1894

t THE TIM!'. TO BID OR Al'Tl'MN TRADE IS WJUSN THE si y.MLi; is young. BUSINESS IS READY TO REVIVE; IT JUST NEEDS THE iJUIl HEXING TOUCH. 3d LM EIGHT PAGES--5G COLUMNS. 8CRANTON, PA.. THURSDAY MOKNINQ. MAY 17, 1SD4. TWO CENTS A COTY. lAf Miff IMlnW ft HflEM TBI Iff ITU rns ilia HE Til MORN WERE BRIBES BO Certain Good Senators Have Refused Offers of Bad Lobbyists. AN INVESTIGATION IS DEMANDED Agricultural Deliberations in tho House An Increase of 530,000 Is Made for the Purpose of Furthering the Distribution of Free Seeds Opium Is Placd on the Free List. Other Business Transacted. Washington, D. C May 10 N THE senate today Mr. Lodge (Massachusetts.) offered a resolution melting statement lu Ibt Baw York Pun tbn t bribe bad been of fered to crt.tui lenuton to induce tban to votn against tbe pending tariff WH, anil u Bitrned article in h Philadelphia pup-r statins timt tbe auger achedala had been made np as it now itaoda in consideration of a large sum of money twiil for c.:inpaic,:i p...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 May 1894

I THE SCI? ANTON TBIBTOE-THURSDAY MOBNING. MAY 17, 1894. BASE BALL Hie Scrantons Succumb to the Ball tors from Pretalvllle. IT TOOK TEN INNINGS TO DECIDE Harrisburg Draws Still Farther Northward by Taking a Game from Allentown Pottsville and Altoona Also Victorious Summaries of the National and Eastern League Games. Notes of Interest to All Base Ball Cranks. The race for the state championship Mill presents the SDectacle of Harris burg pulling farther ahead ol' its com petitors, Allentown and Hazleton con testing sharply for second nlace; Read ing, Pottsville aud Altoona a tie for for fourth position, anil Scrautou and Ea8ton struegline fiercely as to which should wear the leather mails!. The games yesterday resulted as fol lows: Harrisburg, 12; Allentown, G. KemliDK, 7: Scrautou, 6. Pottsville, 17; Hazleton. 14. Allentowu, C; Easton, Easton, 2. STANDING OF TUB CLUBS. Won. Lost. Per Pt. Uarnsburit 13 0 1,000 Allentown. 9 4 .OM Halls tOB 7 tf .588 Beading 5 ,886 Pottsville 5 8 .W Alt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 May 1894

THE SCRAFTON TEIBUNE THURSDAY MORNING. MAY 17, 181)4. 3 Lacisum All Tilings Musical STELLE&SEELEY 134 Wyoming Ave. HIGH OHADU PIANOS wrnun, SHAW, EM BROOK, UlllKU MAKES AI.I, TRU E See the Shaw Piano from the World's Fair in our window. A Foe to Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD -TJ81 THE SNOW WHITI And always have Good Bread. SIANt'FACTTUF.D ANI FOR BALI TO THE TKADK BY The Weston Mill Co, EEWARB OP COUNTERFEITS ! THt PFJ I l!MF POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS B. & Co. Fairr'n't" en r"r!l C!0 Garnoy, Brown & Co. Mfr's. (.! Imisr; kUUAKK, CR. H. B. WARE Mr I AT.tST. EYE. EAR. NOSE AKD TiiROAT. C.CE HOURS: JI&ft&Hfk 35 WYOMING AVE. PERSONAL. J .hn Barley, of ililtoo, wai bore yester day. I). W. Payne. o( Ei .ura, i. at tho Wet- ni;n..ter Dr. M. J. Mlllock, of IJiubrjok, Oat , Is at the V. yoiuiua. Rev. M. J. Kelly. nf l'ittatou, was in tho city yesterday atteri.oon. Mrs S L Hrowr., of Wllfcoc Dsrro, is visit lac f riecda at Green Riii,'. Jliaa I.ury Yaiiuao. ot Carta md...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 May 1894

I THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY MORNING-. MAY 17, 1894. SCRANTON TRIBUNE' M T l IMl r.n I) A 1 1 V IN SCHAN TON, PA., 5 111. ThlUUN PUBLlfilUNO OOllPAHT. New York OrriOE: TniBnst Bcitniwo, 1 HANK 8. ClIAV, MANAOSB. Inlortd at the routofflee at Scranton, Pa, a Second- t'(oj J'oil Afaflr. THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. 6CBANT02T. MAY 17, ISM. Discretion on the part of u ciiudi date for office is very often the butter part of valor, and this has numerous exemplifications. Either Knavery or Kolly. A great ado is naturally made by the Democratic papers over the Itot that ex-Secretary Whitney and one of the llaveuieynrs haveentered'denials of thf charse that their gignntio sugar trust subscribed a large fund to the Dmo cratic national campaign eominitUe, in exchange for the privilege of editing the sugar schedules of the Democratic tariff bill. We cannot blame the yeii tleuieu for not wishing to coufirm the disgraceful details of this convincing exposure. Neither can we feel a large measure of s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 May 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 17, 1894. 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 808 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 'X We Will Offer for a Few Days Fine Moquette Rugs at $2 00. Theae Ruga Have Never Been Sold for tcai Than I3.00. Williams & Mm '27 Wyoming A va. CITY NOTES. The Meadow Drunk and National col lieries uf William Council & Cu. will be paid out Saturday. Tbe city companies of the Thirteenth rglrai.t were iu Honeadale -.-t.-r.j. at tindn k the ktrioeee of Curupany 1. TN fuceral of th lot) A. .1. Maliuo, of )llivue. will m bold at St. Peter', catbe t.ieJ u ttor.ow uoruinx at V o'clock. Tw.i aet.i f came, atolen from tb...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 May 1894

6 THE SCRANTON IfilEUKE-THURSDAY AiORNING. MAY 17, 1894. "Tmr ft mi i r tp- I "Tig Old standby Ouo dozen of the genuine JO II ANN HOPFS MALT EX TRACT gives m much strength and nourishment as a cask of ale, without being intoxicating, it is highly liene licial tor use at meal titno lor convalescent, weak chil dren ami ladies, and as a general tonic for the weak ami debilitated. Insist upon the Ronnto e JO-HANR lion's, which man bare the itgnatnre ol "JOH IBS Hoi t " on tin' neck label Eisner & Menaelsoa Co., Soil Agents, Now York. I El I! Concluded from P.u;f The eaoTratlon named tbe fnllowl im auditing oomtntttee: Xenl Sweeney, Plymouth; Andrew Peldtnen, WilkM Ibirio; James I'lJueon, Carboudale; M. W. Morns, Pitlelon; W. F. Met. , Himnton. After the appoint meat of ilio commit MM tho bo.ly took u rMMH fur dinner. Tin: afternoon si:ssio.n. When thu convention reussmublel in tbi afternoon Secretary Mack Bill -mittsd Uii annual report It showed that ftorins tlie yor twelve societie...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 May 1894

THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY MORNING, MAT 17, 1894. POPULAR TEA GOWNS ALWAYS FASHIONABLE AND IN GREAT ER DEMAND THAN EVER. These Garments Are Warn at All Season. Their Variety lit Endless Some Are Com fortable and Simple In Effect j Other Are Elaborato Affairs. Is thore a period when a tea gown does tot offer itself persuusively as a garment to bo included in one's wardrobe? The answer appears to bo that whether it is (spring, summer, autnmu or winter a new toa gown is a desirable addition. The wor tea gown nowadays aro of wide significance. They cover all sorts of Indoor dresses, from a simplo morning tobo to the elaborato garment in which one may receive formal callers in one's drawing room. Morning robes aro trimmed so beau tifully with laco and ribbon flummery that one scarcely knows then from tea gowns. Some of the models aro charm ing. One of pale yellow delaine, flow ered with carnations, with pretty puffed sleeves, was trimmed about tho neck most becomingly with laco and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 May 1894

8 THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNETHURSDAY MORNING. MAY 17, 1894. Peecham's pills are for biliousness, bilious headache, tlyBpepsia, heartburn, torpid livcf, 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., ;u5 Canal St., New York. GORMAN'S The beautiful weather suggests yoor necessities; your necessities ROgge8t our special offerings to day: Gloves, Laces and Embroideries Dress Trimmings, Hosiery and Underwear Wc also offer a I area lot of n n For women and children, iu all the li st and latest shapes. Sailor Hats and English Walk ing Hats From 50 cents to $5. A beautiful assortment of Pino French ami Domestic Flowers. WOMEN'S Tailor-Made Costumes Handsome Tailor-Made Cos tumes in Blue and Black Barge, Covert Cloths, etc.etc, with lull sleeves and per fectly hanging skirt, most carefully made in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 18 May 1894

THH TIME TO BID I'OH AUTUMN TRADE 19 BUSINESS IS READY TO REVIVE; IT JUST NEEDS THE QUICKENING TOUCH. . u . r ntiuaqi'j U Jliqy SI 11 M l .1: IS YOUNG. EIGHT PAGES--oG COLE MISTS. SCR ANTON. PA.. FRIDAY MORNING. MAY IS, 1S:4. TWO CENTS A COPY. I 111 IIP IIS paper Us In THE Til EE MORE Ei THAI i E lira mm IS ORDERED Senate Committee of Five Appointed to In vestigate Serious Charges. AFTER THE STOCK SPECULATORS The Members of the Senate at Last Aroused to Action Rumors of Gross Violations of the Law Will Be Looked Into Some Interesting Developments are Expected to Fol low Investigation. Washington, My 17. THE recent newspaper publications as to the alleged attempt to bribe two senators to vote against lb tariff bill and a to ttie sugnr provisions in that bill, hav ing teen inserted in coaaideration of the gift of ball a milliou ilollMI to the Democratic campaign fund iii 181)2. were brought up in the senate today nnd occupied its attention throughout the morning hour Mr. Bunion, Virgi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 18 May 1894

2 THE BCBAWTON TBIJ?UNE-FK1DAY MOKNINGr. MAY" 18, 1894. BASE BALL A BIrdseye View of the Diamond Sports Yes terday. SCRAM DROPS ANOTHER GftfflE Although the Horoos of Hogan Park Out-batted and Out-played tho Reading Base-Hungers, They Were Defeited by a Costly Error Hazle ton Downs Pottsville-Kins Kelly Again Defeated at Harrisburg. Notes of the Game. Tho situation In tho Stut" lagne wns practicully unclintiged bv yesterday's gams. Lucky Harrisburg took another stride toward tho pennant and Soran tou and Eaatou'a ptrotatant ihrlvellad under defeat. Under defeat in their game with HuletOO, the Pottavillx sluggers change pi MM with tho Al tonna eiub, Tho games yvitorday roaulted as fol lows: llarrisbiiic, 1": Allentown, 7. Altoona, 10; K.iston, I. Haaloton, lit PottaviUa, 3. Battling, 0; Beranton, 4. t STANDING 01 THE CLUBS. Won. Lost. Par CI. HarrUbnrK u D 1,000 Allentown 8 5 ,048 llii.loton B 0 .'! Reading ti 8 A99 J Hooua 8 ,490 Pottsvllle o 8 Benton 4 10 .8S8 Koran ton 4 10 .SMJ -...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 18 May 1894

THE fcCKANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 18, 1894. 3 Lacisum All Things Musical stelleTseeley 134 Wyoming Ave. HIGH GKAIJ15 WEBER, SHAW, KMKKSON, OXBKB MAKES ORGANS alt. raica See the Shaw Piano from the World's Fair in our window. GOOD BREAD -USE THE SNOW WHITI And always have Good Bread. Manufactured ap for sale to the tuade 11v The Weston Mill Co fcEWARS OF COUNTERFEITS I THE dFWUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITUIS G.. B. & Co , Imprinted nn Each Clear Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. DR. H. B. WARE BPBCIAIilSK EYE. EAR. KOSE AMJ THROAT. VkilVU UVVMWl UUTo 6.JU fH. :35 WYOMING AVE, FISHING IN ARCTIC REGIONS. Dow tha Etkimoa Catch Fl.li Without Unit Ikiaagh HolM In th Ire. Whenever there is a level Add of ice In Closed by line of hummocks the, fish are lire to he plenty. Such a field as th;s, abonr, half a mile kii(, practically affonl a living to most of the people in the village during the season of 1&S3, because that year tho ice wa very unfavorable for Mul ing and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 18 May 1894

4 Tim SCRANTOlSr TI rHUNE F'RT DAY 3HOKNIN(. MAT 18, 1894. SCRANTON TRIBUNE rrm.iwtr.n daily in sntAsTOS, PA.. by Till! 'lKlDUNK PUBMKrtlNO OoMPAHT. Nrw Ton Omen: TurnuvB BtRIDtm fiiANK s. Ghat. Managt.r. tnhrcU at Fottofflce at Frranton, P. OJ Second-Ctasa JUail Matter. THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE, SCRANTON. MAY IS, 1804. WHIM THB Allegheny conuty Repub lican delegation on Wednesdny unani mously decided to snpport Lyon nnd Huff, it virtually sottl.nl the only re maining uncertainties with reference to ne.it week's state convention. Jnck Robinson lias tnadu a gallant tight; and will be in line when another apportion ment comfs. Republicanism and the South. There is a jrood deal of sonnd sunse In the proposition to alter the basis of representation in iho next National Republican convention. At this tiuis the bnsis is that of general population. Tho south, for instance, gets twice as many delegntes ns it bus eongressmen nnd senators, yet it altogether may not cust ns many Republican votes o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 18 May 1894

FOR ONE WEEK We will sell our entire stock .of New and Stylish TRIMMED HATS at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Come aud see them at NEWMAN'S 303 SPRUCE STREET. WE have special facilities for A NO. 1 WORK, LACKAWANNA THE LAUNDRY 308 Perm Ave. A. R. 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 NO 3. We Will Offer for a Few Days Fin Moquette Rugs at $2 00. These Rugs Have Never Been Sold for less Than (3.00. 127 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. Mrs. Benjamin Hon tee left yesterday for Philadelphia. The Y. M. C A. baseball team plays at Carbondsle to-day. John 8. JaJwin, of Carhondale, a brother of U P. Jadwln of tin. city, died yesterday morning. Members of the Pres flab wiil receive tbeir tickets lot the cTeW V .rk trip at lh clnb rooms this evening. John J. Golden arrived home from Sara toga, Y., yesterday, wh-re be had been rusticating at tho ipriugs for some time. Deput...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 18 May 1894

6 THE SCRANTON IBIBUJi'E 1'IMDAY MdHKlKG, MA IT 18, 1894. HOW PUBLIC IS IMPOSED UPON BEWARE OF FRAUDS. For The Sake Of Profit They Sacrifice Principal, Health, Etc. Will Unscrupulous doulcrs aro trying to soil or dinary (lluul ei-Salt or a mixture of Soiillitz Pnv.-dur iib "Artificial Carlsbad Salt," "Spru del Suit," "German Suit," or "Improved Carlsbad Salt," and undor other similar names. Tito Natural Remedied of Carlsbad Oanuot bo intimated. "Wbat Nature uiakos.mnn cnnnot improve." Artificial made wines will never replaeo the natur.il juice of the grapes. Neither can the natural waters of Carlsbad, nor the Carlsbad Spnulel Salt be replaced by the cheap substi tutes offered to a guileless public for the sako of the larger profit made til Toon, by these un scrupulous dealers. MO one would buy artificial wines knowing ly. Why buy the latitat ions of tho Carlsbad produ cts, when your health is at stake? The Carlsbad Sprudel Waters are a specific for all diseases of tho stomach, liver...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 18 May 1894

s THE SCTlANTOtf TMBtJKE FftT DAT KOKffiBftt, MAT 18, 1894. TTJ17 A T)T HI? "HT? PT?T?V ' grnwn thoso a skirt and loose jacket inij Alii UJ! UltAlXilll I opening over a shirt waist is tho uoxt best fashion. Guimpes, with nhort, lull THE PROBLEM OF HANGING A CUR TAIN BEFORE A DOOR. A Design That My Bo rued For Attaching to a Swinging Kod or n Stationary Pole. Suitable For Halls rrctty Effect For Narrow Hall. A vexatious problem which The Eonaowifo makes simplo is that ol hanging a curtain before a door without mere leaving to fall straight. Tho design chosen hero uuiy either be used for at taching to a swinging brass rod or to a regular door rod, sunken in sockets or to tho polo resting on brackets. Having made np tho curtain two yards wide ami long enough when it will bo hooked on to rod moroly to touch tho K ,C D V waisted frocks, aceentuato tho size, and while wry effective on tho slender chil dren wji.. an to run off their flesh, so little do thoy retain, become abomina tions on ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 18 May 1894

I I THE RCB ANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 18, 1894. GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT COur Corssts Are Tue Tiilk of the Town. OOnly ltoliubla Makes Handled. RTlio moat complete stock in the city. S Don't ruiu jour form wear ing poor Corsets. EWben wo Kuanmte Cor net we stand by such guar antee. TAII late iuiproreuieuts are in onr Corsets. SOnr Prices Are Popular. SUMMER SHAWS. Almost every woman find'a light, fleecy shawl a most dtsirable adjunct to her summer wardrobe, especially on cool evenings in the country moun tains or at the sea shore. We have a very attractive line at much less than prevailiug prices. White and Cream FANS Our stock in rich in btaOtifol, dainty White and Cream Fans; most accepta ble graduating gifts, at 50c. ,75c, $1. $1.25, $ 1.50 and up to $5. Not those that yon eat. but those tbat you wear. Duck Vests wo a ovale of to fit stylish ladle SilM from 81 to 3Sl Prices, $1 30 to double tremteJ, with pesrl buttous. GREAT ASSORTMENT OP Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats and Bonnet...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 19 May 1894

THE TIME TO BID FOR AUTUMN TRADE IS WHEN THE BUMMER IS YOUNG. BUSINESS IS READY TO REVIVK; IT JUST NEEDS THE QUI KENIXG TOUCH ft 2J EIGHT l'AGES56 COLUMNS. SCIIANTON, PA., SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 19, 1894. TWO CEKTS A COPY. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SCRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER TIE TORNADO'S AWFUL IRK Many Lives Lost Along (he Shore of Lake j M chlgan. THE TEMPEST LASTS 48 HOURS Twenty-five or Thirty Men Exhausted in the Storm -Heroic Working of Life-saving Crews The Waves Rolled Mountains High biennis of Distress Drowned in Sight of Land. Chicago, May 18. A.KE MICHIGAN bus not been lashed and churned for month as she was today by the Bares wind that hat been IWtsplng iloWO from the north forthepast thirty nix hours. Late tonight it in believed that twelve or fifteen live have been lost alon th shore oft this city, and i!s suburbs. The only other point re porting loss of life is jlilwiukee,wbere six of tin schooner Cnmmlngt' crew were d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 19 May 1894

2 THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 10, 1894. BASE BALL A Blriscje View of tbe Diamond Sports Yesterday. JUPITER PLUVIUS TO THE RESCUE Rain Stops the Game at Pottsville in the Fourth Inning with the Score Three to Nothing in Our Favor. Easton Now Adorns the Tail End. The Farce Enacted by Pouty League Managers at Harrisburg Other In cidents of a Day's Sporting Battles. Tbe past week 1ms heon a disastrous one fur the local team. Hit of live games played four vnt to the otlmr fellows. The single victory won dur ing the weik was at Allensown. against Mike Kelly's Hobos. Yeaterdny t. naine Ht l'otlsville was ended in the fourth lnnlng,D7 rain, with the score standing 8 to Oin SiTdutou's f aver. Hnrriaburi; at this writing has the unprecedented record of fifteen consecutive victories ont of fifteen games played. Jupiter PluvinV kindness yesterday elevated us from the tail end, which distinguished place is now held by Etston. The incident of ttic week was the farce eiiHUted at Ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 19 May 1894

THE SCBAKTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 10, 1894. 8 Lacisum Ul Tilings Musical STELLE&SEELEY 134 Wyoming Ave. HIGH GKAUU PIANOS SHAW, KMBRION, OXHKB MAKES OBGAMS All TRICE See the Shaw Piano from the World's Fair in our window. A Foe to Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD -CSE THE SNOW WHITE FLOUR And always have Good Bread. MAKUFACTfKEP AND FOR SALE TO THE TKAUE BY The Weston MID Co, IEWARS OF COUNTERFEITS I THE GENUW. POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G. B. & Co. m leah C'H' Garaey, Brown & Co. Mix's. DR. H. B WARE M l I VI 1ST. EYL. EAii. AM) TUKOAX OFFICE HOURS: ITQlljpAJL 35 WYOMING AVE. LETTERS FliOM THE PEOPLE IL'nder this headinir sh'.rt leMMef interest will b. ;ii;U: !.el wtu-n aci:oMan:-il, f..r uuV Ucatioi., ! the writer r.anw. T.itTBILl NE win not t aeM responsible for opinions here Hynm 1 Sanday Closing-. To the Friend of the Subbstii la Scran ton: Six dsvs f r labor and one day for rest, that '.a 1 be issue. Let It be fairly staled, and there cau be no div.siou ai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 19 May 1894

THE SCRANTON Tit IBUNE S ATU It D AY MORNING. MAY 19, 1894. SCRANTON TRIBUNE Fuat.isnxn nAit.r in suaanTOX, Pa- TlIK THlULNS I'l . lllo COKPAMT. Jw York Omoi: Tuinosa BoiLniwo, FltANK S. GllAY, MavA.ikil tnlrrtd at th roifoJTfce of .Skranfon, Pa, fterntid-C.'au Mail Matter. THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. SCR ANTON. MAY 19, 1804. Inteukktimi 1'KKSOSAI, and aoolal mention will be found thit uiorniiion jiAK Ave. Thin are local aotivltiei of more value than crimes aud scan dals, ami this journal proposes to do its share toward reporting them The Blue Law Problem. One of tuo issues which will com bafore the next loKislatitre for serious aetiou will be an effort to rnoderui.e the spirit us well an the verbiage of the present Sunday o'nserTHnee lav.- of 1704. It is olaimed by many persons, the great majority of whom are con scientious, dinoere and well-meaninn, that the enforcement of theao lawn, to the full measura of their letter, was never more necessary than now. Is their portion found? Is it i...

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