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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 19 May 1894

THE SCBANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 19, 181)4. FOR ONE WEEK "Wo will soil our cntiro 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 Avo. A. B. WARMAN. NorrmanA 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 Fine Moquette Rugs at (2 03. These Rugs Have Never Been Sold for less Than $3.00. '.27 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. The Cornell-Lehlgh game will be called thi- afternoon at 3.30. The Minnie Ltr company will be St thi Academy of Music all next week. There will be it sparrow meet at lireen it dge Ouu Clab grounds this afternoon at 10 o'clock. Heginntag Jnne 4 a six weeks' summer suson of romic opera will be given at the J'rotbingbsm thoater by the Koblnson Opera company. The New York Ladles' Date P...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 19 May 1894

6 The Gekuinc w - w TfiiOW?,tmdbv One dozen of the genuine .TO II ANN HOFF'S MALT EX TBAOT pjives as much strength and nourishment u a t ask of ale, without being intoxleatlngi it is highly bene floial A)r use at meal time for convalescents, weak chil dren and ladies, and as a goneral tonic for the weak and debilitated. Insist upon tho ci'imliK- .IOHA.ns Hoi r'e. which most have the signature of "JOUANN Horr" on t hi' nock label. Elanar ,v Stondeloon Co , Solo Accuts, Now fork. PITTSTON. Schuyler N. Goddes, Sired 33 ytmrf, dWd at thv borne of his eurents 00 the Tunkhnnnock road. West Pittiton. e.trly yesterday morning after u linger' Ing illness. The funeral will lake place Sunday afternoon at 130 o'clock with services nt the hous. Interment will be madd iu the Truckville ciui itery Richard Miset tt. of Oregon, wlio ha been n resident of Pittiton for the past thirty yeara, while prepariug to roiir Inst night wna suddenly tak.'ii ill uu 1 In a few minutea expired, During the dny he w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 19 May 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE RAT OR DAT MORNING, MAT 19, 1894; i MRS. COOK OF BROOKLYN. Imparts a Valuable Secret to the Ladies. IT IS VERY INTERESTING There Are Many Persons Who Can Appreciate Her Condition Be cause They Have Been So Themselves. On a recent Sunday nftarnoon the wrltor pnve intorested attention to ths narration which follows. It is hereby produced al most exactly in the words of the lady from whose lips it fell -Mrs. 9. 1!. Cook, ot B50 Tompkins avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. We three sat at the. front windows of their home i overlooking the park, ns Mrs. Cook Kavo this leullet out of her life, one of her little ehildruu nestling against bar knee. "My husband and I have been mar ried," said the lady, "almost nine years. Before, my marriaRO 1 was often tired, Wttnk, exhausted, and my strength seemed to ba passing from me. I was then troubled a great deal with Indigestion and dyspep ma, and sometimes finoe. 1 would be well two or three mouths nnd sick tWO or three mouths, off and on...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 19 May 1894

w THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE -SATTTE DAT MORNING, MAY 19, 1894; Beccham'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. Hook free; pills' 25c. At drugstorcs.or write 13.F. Allen Co.,365 Canal St., New York. GORMAN'S BRAND DEPOT Our Corsets Are The Talk of the Town. o Ouly Reliable Makes Handled. R T!io tuost coiDDlftu ilock in tho oitf. s Don't ruin your form wear ing poor Corsets. E When we guarante Cor n't m stand bv auch tfiinr ante. All lnte lmprorotmnita arc In onr Corsets Onr Friccs Are Popnbr. SUMMER SHAWS. Almost oTcry tinmin find a li?ht, fltecr shawl a most desinble adjunct to hi-r fomiuer wanlro!o, eapeeully 00 oool tfralngl in tiie country moun tains or At the eei shore. We huvo a r-ry attractive line at mucu Ism thaa prevailing prices. White and Cream FANS...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 May 1894

THIS TIMH TO BID FOH AUTUMN TRADE IS "WHEN THE si -nil 11 IS YOUNO. BUSINESS IS READY TO REVIVE; IT JUST NEEDS THE QUICKENING TOUCH. EIGHT PAGES-56 COLUMNS, in,qn SCR ANTON. PA.. MONDAY MORNING. MAY 21, TWO CENTS A COPY. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SCRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER n n a a a m m a m a wHvw w5 ? m wr j m Dili i m m y itfw mi vvii pvi. y s; t ,WSi7J&r iW??Zk?te&tta y l-Kle U . I.H I I a.l LSIa N- 'VWvW? POWDERLY REPORTED EXPELLED General Executive Board Said to Have Dis missed Him, FOR ADVOCATING ALLIANCE rentes to Tribune Reporter Charges Preferred AuiDst Him. HE IS STILL LOYAL TO THE ORDER Firit Authentic Interview with tho Great Leader Since He Lost the Of fice of General Master Workman. Said to Lose His Membership Under a Rule Which He Had Espe cially Framed to Meet Just Such Cases Where It Is Unlawful to Ad vocate the Wilhdrawal of Assemblies from the Order or Malign Any Of ficer or Member What Mr. Pow derly Reall...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 May 1894

1 ' 2 THE SCHANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY MORNIffC. MAT 121, 1894. BASE BALL Results of the Vtrlous Diamond Contois as Played Saturday. ONLY ONE STATE LEAGUE GAME Easton, the Tail Endors, Lower the Hitherto Unbroken Percentage of Harrisburj; by a Score of 13 to 2. Standing of the Clubs to Date. Schedulo for Today Brief Items of Events of Interest to All Base Ball Enthusiasts. On ncconnt of rain bnt ono State league game was flayed Saturday, the anie betweon Harriatmrir ami Kaston, the hiiad ami tail of the lenpuo, and Rouiowtant contrary to ex pectation! the latter admlntatered to the former a crusbiu defeat. Ilitrrisbiirjf. atill commands n decided advantage over tlm other leegoa clubs In the rice for the Brat Berln cham pionahtp with Allcutown anil Haile ton a tie for iteond place, closely fol lowed by Blading anil Altivma. I'otti Ville, BotantOB and Kailou bring op the rear of the prooeatton iu the orJsr named. The following table gives tho per rentage of the clubs, wit!-, the number of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 May 1894

I THE 8CBANTON TJilJBINE-MONDAY MORNING. MAY 21, 1894. Lacisum 11 AhU Musical - j IhLLt&SttLtY 134 Wyoming Ave. MU.I I l 1 I w I '1 - PIANOS WKBKB, IB AW, BMKRSOK, OTHKB MAKES ORGANS ALL PRICE See the Shaw Piano from the World's Fair in our window. A A Foe to Dyspepsia - GOOD BREAD SNOW WHITE FLOUR - And always have Good Bread. KAHtnrAcrtrRiD and fob sale to THE TRADE Bt The Weston Mill Co mm OP COUNTERFEITS ! HE pF""VF FfiPllL'R Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G.. B. & Co, Imn:''-, -n E-ch C'tjar Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. IUVKT HOIIMt M.X Af. DR. H. B. WARE RPECIAMitX EYE. BAB, K06K A-NU THROAT. ma wm-lg?: 3s) WYOMING AVE. PERSONAL Par yoar gas bills today and lav the discount. .nrs ueorjfe ignore vising oroos lyn. Mr. avl Mrs. John Lohman are tn New Tori. Mrs 0, H. Welles, is viaiting Wayne county relatives. Dcputv Prothonotary Kaon spent San day In Susquehanna county. General Manager Archer, of the Scran ton Traction company, and family, are at Ocean Orove. Mi Lavinia...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 May 1894

THE SCItANTON TREBUNE-MOiN DAY MOKJNIJm MAT 21, 1894. SCRANTON TRIBUNE rrausnrn DAILY IK SCRANTOH. VJl., "t IHK TitlUU.NB FUm.lhUl.fO CourAXT. E. P. KINGSBURY, r.w Vorr owioe: TntnuNs Buiujino, Fhank 6. Okay, Manager. f r.ttred at the rtto0ce at SUtMtom, fu Second-Clau Hail Hatter. THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. FOR ANTON. WAY 21, 1HH. BrNATOB CAMERON'S prediction that the Indeterminate aeuate tariff bill will finely paM could bo butter honored iu tlm breach tliHti in the observauee. Mr. Powdoriy Speaks. For thu first time since bis rstlro mnt from the general master work BMMhip Mr, l'ouiiurly hut turned upon his tradneera ami vindicated him s. If from their false charges. In an nulhorized interview begun on our fiwt page Xbb Tbibuhb tltla morning presents bis explicit n nil detailed de fense. The central point in the ingenious conspiracy which ha formed iteolf among former associates for the evi dent purpose of defining the one ene cefifal lender that organized labor hue had in this country...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 May 1894

N. THE SCRANTON TRIB UNE MONDAY MORNING, MAY 21. 1894. FOR ONE WEEK We will sell our cutiro stock of New and Stylish TRIMMED HATS at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Coiuo and seo them at NEWMAN'S 303 SPRUCE STREET. DON'T Bavo your OOIAABI itkrchtd in the. old Vray, when ynn can have them donfl with oft, tillable Btttaoohelei fur TWO 0XMT8 liAi'll. Lackawanna the LAUNDRY Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue We are showing new designs in printed IRISH LAWNS, JACONET, DIMITY and PONGEE. Lacka. Avenue. CARPETS BARGAIN NO 3. We Will Offer for a Few Daya Fine SJoquette Rug at Si oy. These Rug Have Never Been Sold for less Than $3 oo. 'Z7 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. Emh-ni ckiieas are to estabiUh c tcard of trade. Ceriadlan lod?e, American Tra Ivor it, of Providence, will conln an ex canton to Moan tain ark. iaav'J. broailu Ryn hH W:i declared gnilty by Alderman Pott of wilu ewxH water en :.:..: The c was beard Friday and deei.ioti waa rewrv-d. The .Vmnt'jn rrea clnb and jrnt who went...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 May 1894

6 THE SCI? AN TON TKIBUNE-MONDAY MORNING. MAY 21, 1894. HOW THE PUBLIC IS IMPOSED UPON BEWARE OF FRAUDS. For The Sake Of Profit They Will Sacrifice Principal, Health, Etc. Unscrupulous dealers are trying to soil or dinary (Hauler Salt or mixture of seidlitz Powder us "Artificial Carlsbad salt," "Spra l Bolt." "German suit," or "improved Cnrlsliad Salt," and undor other .similar names. Tlio Natural Remedies of Carlsbad oniuiot bo intimated. "Wimt Nature mnlrwiTinii cannot Improve." Artitkinl made wim s will doth replace the oattrrsl Juloe of the grapes. Neither can tho nkturel waters of Cerlebad, nor tiu Carlsbad BpradelBalt be repUoed by tho cheap eubeti tutoe offered to a guilelost public tor the asks (if the liu iter profit made thereon, b these 00 scrupulous dealers. Koouo would buy arttflotal wiSM knowing; ljr. R'hy buy the imitations of tho Carlsbad pfodsats, won row health is tt stake; The Carlsbad Bprudel Watsrs ere s. spucitio f or all diseases of tho stomach, livor ami kill...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 May 1894

TIIE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY MORNING, MAT 21, 1894. 7 GRACEFUL DRAPERY. THE DECORATIVE FURNISHING DOORS AND WINDOWS. OF A Portioro That Adds Height and Dignity to tho Mooru An EflVrtivo Window Dra pery Potsltilo of Inexpensive Adoption. Fabrics For Interior DtCWltWi Of tho m.-Jtinrr. of pretty draperies there, is no end. The tasteful furnishing of doors mid windows us an essent ial part of deeorativo huuso furnishing has novor before reaohtd moh a pitch of perfection as at tlie pTBSOllI time. It is tho possibility of good taste in almost tho meanest home that marks the great advance in doniestio art during tho pros- a Qcinn fOKtmuL MMntion. Nowadays pifterns ent equally ohanatBg with the old time beautiful but expensive lumping may bo bought at a modetl prices w hile the same rieh colorings and patterns have been repnxluet'd in the cheapest1 mate rial for the OOUieilieOOes of the humbler classes. With tiies.1 ple;isiu;j fabrics Women of taite daringly drape thtir doors, windows an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 May 1894

THE SCBANTON TMtiUNE MONDAY MOENTNG, MAY 21, 1894; ...w ..f. GORMAN'S BRAND DEPOT Bummer Has Returned S has the rlsins wnTS of prosper ity. Wo launch our snip laden with ilv fint display of beautiful, seao ousblo ami reliable good ever slowu iu thin vicinity. Every Department Hub tnkon Oil II BSW look sum mery look. Tb'W who will soon he leaving for Siimtuer Resorts we bnve cepecially looned out for. Sou Do Not Know What yon want Mil you see what Is tho "Litest" what D.uno Fash Ion has seen fit to siuilo upon. Tin s-' havo beeu eelected from the market very early. Wo havo railed the choicost. Oor store is fillud with Novelties aud many inorc are arriving daily. Writing an Advertisement Is like building a housg. You must have the foundation and frame work rleht or the trimmings will fail. Wo Vase our It COM on the correct foundation. V sell the most and the best goods for tho least money. A Coral Reef Is not built up in a dav, neither is a business reputation. The Great Quantities Of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 May 1894

THIS TIM K TO I11I FOR AUTUMN TllADH IS WHEN THIi 8UMMJ- YOUNG. BUSINESS IS READY TO REVIVE! IT JUST MOLDS QUICKENING TOUCH. n1t' EIGHT PAGES--5G COLUMNS. SCU ANTON. TA.. TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 22, 181)4. TWO CENTS A COPY. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SCRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER THE STORM'S IC I! Angry Waters of (iie Pennsyl vania R ivers Break Away frcm All Restraint SUSQUEHANNA ON A RAMPAGE The Junltta, Schuylkill ami Uhlgs Are Also UMM by the Storm. A LOSS OF LIFE AT POTTSVILLE General Devastation Along the Line. Railroad Traffic Delayed Bridges Washed Away Canal Basins and Reservoirs Burst and Mills Are Obliged to Close Great Damage to Crops Upon the Lowlands of the Wyoming Valley Sixty Million Feet of Los Washed Away at Williams port Notes of the Inundation at O'.her Sections. Wilkes-L'arre. May 21. 'HE heavy rainfall that has tvn raging Hero since Situr lay Uttt has soinswhat subsided this eveciLij, thotecb the downpour eouttuuss A;...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 May 1894

THE SOI? ANTON TRIBUNE -TUESDAY MORNING-. MAY L'2, 1894. CI THE III I Peculiar Looking Old 111 Providence. WHo Resides at HIS PECULIAR APPEARANCE A B!ood-Red Bre;ch-Cloth an Insep arable Part of His Attire -His Hair is Long and Falls in Wild Confusion Over His Shoulders Unrequited Love the Cause of Scanlon's With drawal From Society. Providence linn a hermit; not one of the red'OOVtred norel nort. but a real live racltlia who hint forsaken the ways of the worlJ. Peter Scinlou, as a her mit, in aniqae, in that ha is a modern hermit ; bis nana tetUfiei to that, He neither live 0:1 gOat'l luilkaml "yarns'" ns otbvr hermitl do, nor dot e he attiro himself in the skius of foxca and dogf. yet bin pMMMlHjf and uodt of living are wierd and trail go. l'eter lives in the little home at Bloom avenue and Onk stteet, l'rovi denoe, tire etortu-tvaton sides of wliitli are almost hidden ty u ilynso tangle of n.it r.iitiou woodbine and ivy. la sum mer time the yard ll fragrant with the odor of fruit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 May 1894

THE 8CBANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING. MAT 22, 18H4. Lacisum All Things Musical STELLE&SEELEY 134 Wyoming Ave. HIGH ORADB PIANOS TOEBKB, MI AW, KJlIltSON, :ill U MAKES ORGANS i.l piiice See the Shaw Piano from the World's Fair in our window. A Foe to Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD -USE THK- ;now white FLOUR And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTUliF.D AND FOB SALE TO THE TRADE BY The Weston ill Co BEWARE OP COUNTERFEITS ! THE EENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE tNITUlS G.. B. & Co.. fmrr!i'' in Eanh Cost Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. ( n :.. mil k kULAKK. DR. H. B. WARE SPECIALIST. EYE, EAR. NOSE AND THROAT 135 WYOMING AVE. 1'EKSOXAL. D. A. Lander, of Binghamton, was hore yesterduy. Dr. Bailey, of Carbondalo, was in the city yesterday. Georcre A. Miller, of Wilkes-Barre, was yesterday in the city. T. N. Fuller, of Honesdale, was among yesterday's Scranton visitors. Miss Penman, of Andenried, is visiting at the homo of Andrew Robertson, of North Rebecca avenue. M. T. and Peter Howley, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 May 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING-. MAT 22, 1894. SCRANTON TRIBUNE rnn.isnF.n dAidt is SrnAN tow, TA., by 5t'v 'ii.ii. i m Puuushino COtfPAHT. E. P. KINGSBURY, Gknlhai, .Man At. i.it. Nrw Your Opficf: TninnNu Bitti.pino, I i. am; 8. Urat. M.,.au: u. 2 - . Intend at fh RMtoJIea at Hcranton, Pa, :- . nd- la st Mail Hatter. THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. SCRANTON, WAY 3a, 1MH. Hi TUKSKNTATIVE Woi.VKKTON will not Vie cuuilidute for renominiition, wbicb is bud. for his p rty nnd too bad for congreM. Politic! .mart, Mr. Wolver ton is n RCntlcinsn nd a scholar, nnd thero should bo more like him in public life. Anthracite for Engines. The Nw York Tribune, while re Crettini; tho enormous waste nnd mis ery c:ms-d by the soft coal strike, manages to extraot one ray of selfish comfort from that unfortunate com plication. That is tho fact that it is Krndunlly compelling tho railroads to use Bnthracite coal ou a larger num ber ot their trains. "Sort coal," it truly declares, "is nn unmitigated uui sauc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 May 1894

THE SCTtANTON T1UKIJ.NE -TUESDAY M0KN1JNO, MAY a)8, 1WW4. FOR ONE WEEK "Wo will sell our entire stock of New and Stylish TRIMMED HAT8 it GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Come ami sea them at NEWMAN' 803 SFRUCE STREET. DON'T Ttsvo your CPI.I.AHS stur.-tiisl In tho nhl way, wtu'U you h hv thorn iloue with sod, Dt!aU HutU'iihotu for TWO CKN I S KAi'U. Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY 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 HO & We Offer for a e Oays Fin Moquette auijs Jt $J oo. Thee Huge Have Never Set Sold for .sa Than I3. 00. '27 Wyoming Av. CITY XOTS. Thtrtonn burial parmita wira ;asniit from Mia board if health cfflcn esterday. The joint auditing commits of coun cil mat lat vniaif. The committee on role will convene tonight. The John R. Pordham Prohibition leagnn will me tins evening at the Seward House. Green Ridge afreet. The May prayer meeting of the Xorth End Christia...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 May 1894

6 THE SCRANTOK TBIBUJSE TUESDAY MORNING. MAY 22, 181)4. flip Om down of Um nnoiM JO HANN HOFPS MALT K TRACT gtvtl M much stimuli ami uounslmu'tit as a cask, of alo, without K'tus lutoucatuii;. It highly Unto tidal for MO at HMoi titue Rat ivuvuUwoutH, wouk ohil lUvu ami tacUeS, and 10, a MQOOOl touk' tor the w eak ami ildiiitateil lusixt upon ton iteuuiu,.. JlH Uok'k which uiwe ba thosiKiuturu el "Jl'll VNN Uy'ir" on tbe awl !itv) i Swaer oc Meadeleua Co, Set Agvuts, New TitfE GENERAL NEWS OF INDUSTRIES Tba iitul' sal of the charter uJ fraaobisee ol '.bij jahib au I Kisteru Railroad company luat week open up n chapter iu tbe bietory j rail -road waiou aaa been in course of con struction for ueitrly o.l( a century, bat b.i uuvitr bee,i built Iu it 7trouUburs dispatch to tbe New York Sun. n in trtiag 'History Jt tbe load a i:i Tbe exaeceeil .-oniim. al tne Erie road into tho 4C;ite at -.id Pt'te couuty vll 1h(j of: M.iEiiuioriia. opposite t'ort Jtr i, bad jiTiiu certain influential oi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 May 1894

THE SmAltWX TRmtfJTE-TTTESDAT MOHSffiSfS-",' WAT 22, 1894. HATS ANI) BONNETS. (CHANGES IN HAIRDRESSING THAT AF FECT THE MILLINERY. .Tpturaed Waving; Ilolr Thrown the Bon Beta More Off tlio gmc Wtau, Coarse, I Rough and Satlu StrawB Aro All In Fash Ion Ornament For Coiffure. The owners of small, oval faces gain by the undulating mode of dressing tho hair. Tho undulating modo means cleop, heavy waves throughout tho ontiro thickness of tho hair, so that a compar atively small quantity niakoB quite a pcspectahlo busk This is thrown hack loosely from tho face and sometimes is xnisod over small cushions. Of courso tho undulating process is a tedious one. When tho victim cannot afford a hair dresser but then it need not bo done of toner than onco a week on most heads, and 0HOB waved tho hair may be said to dnss itself. A quick upward twist around tho ball of tho thumb, an up standing loop of hair around which the rest is coiled, tho whole fixed in place with three pins of golden tortoise s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 May 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING; MAY 22, 1894; Beecham'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 Dy constipation; and consti pation is the most frequent cause of all of them. Uoo!c free; pills 25c. At drugsiores.or write B.F.AUtn Co.,365 CancJ St., New York. GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT Summer Has Returned So hat the rising wave of prosper ity, We launch oar ship laden with the finest display of beautiful, seas onable and reliable goods ever shown in this vicinity. Every Department Hbb taken on a new look a sum mery look. Thost who will soon be leaving for Summer Resorts, wa have (specially looked out for. You Do Not Know What you want till you see what is the "Latest" what Dame Fash ion has seen fit to smile upon. These have been selected from the market very early. We have culled the choicest. Onr store is filled with Novelties and man...

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