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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 6 June 1894

THE SCRA&'TON TRUiUJE WEDNESDAY MORNING. JUNE 6, 1894. FOR OHE WEEK We will sell onr cutiro stock of New and Ptyli.sU TRIMMED HATS at GREATLY KEDUIUSU PRICES. Come and sec them at NEWMAN'S 303 SPRUCE STREET. DON'T Havo your COIXAR1 starclioil In tho old yeay wliin you sen linvo thorn dune with soft, pliublo Buttonholes for TWO CENTS EACH. 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. BARGAIN NO 3. We Will Offer for a Few Days Fine Moquette Ruga at $2 00. These Rugs Have Never Been Sold for less Than $3.09. CITY NOTES. A hammock scorns a IHiing net, A pretty goud all-rnuuder; TIih fish that ono expecrs to get A perch and then a flounder. Judge. Several inrerejtinr? "letter from tlm people" appear this morain? on tho seventh p.ige. The joint printing corami'.too of councils will meet in tho city clerk'u ofllce thin evening at 7. rid. A lettor by Nathan Vi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 6 June 1894

THE SCBAKTON TIUlTOJiE-WEMiESDAT JIOENIUG. JTOTE (3, 1894. -V? : T.nwicS f Btu.""Tr. Rowxcrof nil Lct-iES J' ''C. 0 COPYfUUHTCP. 1119. 8T AMErtllAN PHCS! A'j'jJCmnON CHAPTER III THU TOTAL Kt'IJPSn. B&llavoine place is a very quiet street at all times. On a Ktill day footsteps awake echoes there, not bOMHM it is fur from the busy oetitor of t ho eity, for it leads directly out of an important ave nno through which there is &noh pun ins, but became it in not a thoroughfare. On two sides substantial brick houses present an uninterrupted front to the street On the third side a high picketed fence prevents it from lending over a solid pile of masonry, rising only to its level and known as a sea wall, directly info the river. Ballavoine place and all tho streets in this vicinity occupy what is termed "made land," for the rim' Was not long ago when the tide from the neighboring harbor flowed twice a day over the sail marshes SO feet below the present paved and solid surface. There ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 6 June 1894

THE SCT?AJS"TON TRIBTDSTE-WEDKESDAY MORtflNGr, -fTTNE G, 1894.' t GENERAL NEWS OP INDUSTRIES L. Lowrie Bell, who bus jail received the second Ht'sistsnt postmiister gen ernlship under Mr. Bissell will, assoon kb be is relented, sccspt th position of Keuoral traffic manager of the Jersey Central railroad, at a salary xceoding $8,000 per year. Jlr. Bell is cue of the most thorough and efficient railroad officials in tuo country and wm speci ally elected by Mr. Wanamaker during tbe latter's incumbeucy of Mr. Bissoll's place, to reorganize Hnd develop the railway mail service. The capacity of all the nnthracite collieries hns boon estimated for the year 1894 at 88847 Ions per dT of ten hours each. The output for 1808 was the largest in the history of tils mitbr.t t ite coal trdt, being .48,080,587 long lona. So that if the collieries could he worked to their f nil oapaelty for 800 days a year the output would run np to 07,000,000 tonp. This enormous amount does not iuchilu that coal con...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 6 June 1894

THE SCBAETTON TRIBtTNT!-WEINESDAT MORNING. JUNE G, 1894. GORMAN'S JUNE The Month of Roses and Weddings. The beginning of Summer. Uio mouth altogether love ly of the year. The time of year when your money goes farthest and shows to the best advantage. Where shall we go for the sum mer? What shall wo buy for our dresses! How will wo have them made, and Where shall we buy the goods? T1IESH are questions that al ways come with the regular ity of the season. We have always answered theso questions for you to your eulirc satisfaction. We have pleased your tastes, met the size of your pocketbooks, and you have been tho admired of your friends and the envy of your neighbors. Good Will, Accommodation, In tegrity, and the Best and Cheap eat of All Goods are marked features of our store. nor Made Suit Traveling mon sny those Nnvy Blue and ' Black Berge Suits of oum at 1G.00 are the same us bring $11.50 in New Yurk and Boston. They're a marvel, anvway. HONESDALE. While bi-iiu: drivou down Main ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 7 June 1894

FOIt THE HEST PAGE OP SPOUTING NE Iff TURN THIS LEAP. "THE PACE OP ROSENFEL" APPEARS TODAY ON PAGE 0. NEWS OP INDUSTRIES, PAGE 7. EIGHT PAGES oG COLUMNS. SCRANTON. PA.. THURSDAY MORNING. JUNE 7, 1394. TWO CENTS A COPY. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA fIBE CIRCULATION AMONG SCRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER HAWLEY NAMED FOR GOVERNOR the Scranton Caudidate Carries Oil the Chief Honor at WiiliamsporL ' PROHIBITIONISTS IN CONCLAVE They Listen to Oratory Denunciatory of Both the Old Parties, Adopt a Platform Favoring Numerous Items in the Populist Creed, Select a Com plete State Ticket and Gird Them selves for the Forthcoming Guber natorial Campaign. For Oo.craor, OBABUI L. Hawtey, of Scruutuu. For Lk'utomiut (lovorunr, IIoMiMt L. Cas tle, of l'ltt-bur,.'. For Auditor Uouonil, CBARLM 1'AI.meii, of For Beoretwy of Internal Affairs, L. it ui.ka- son, or l imtou. For Conii8jiuonat-Lar(-p, E. K. Kane, of Kane, mid Uev. L (i. JoiiDA.N, of l'hiia dolohiik WiLLiAMsrouT, Pa., June...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 7 June 1894

THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE TITTJESD AY MORNING. JUNE T, BASE BALL Ito State League Base Ball Games Played Yesterday. ASTON AGAIN IN STATE LEAGUE J cranton Suffers Defeat at the Hands of Allentown Pottsville Too Much for Alex Donaghue's Men of Al toona National and Eastern League Results Professional and Amateur Ball Nevys Crisp and Entertaining News of All Branches of Athletics. HE sundinp: of the respective clubs In the State league whs not changed by the Kt"fs playtd yostor.Iay vrlfeb tin exception of Pottsville break inn the tie between itself and Easton, thus going into seventh plueo. Al lento w n beat fStelnton, l'ottgviilo did likewise with Altoonii, and the game scheduled to b played t Reading between tno club of that place arid the Harrisburg team T?i postponed on account of rain. The determination of Manager Parks, of Easton, to again enter the btate League of llsso Ball clubs, once inore heala . all diilerences which had existed in the organization, and lis ex pects to have the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 7 June 1894

THE SCBANTON TRIBUNE THURSDAY MORNESTG. JUNE 7, 18i4. MATCHLESS SHAW PIAHOS. STELLE i SEELEY, 134 WYOMING AV. PIANOS WEBKU, SHAW, KMKItSON, NEW ENGLAND FINEST LINE IN THE CITY POR THE PRICE, NEW AND SECOND HANI) ALL FKICES GOOD BREAD USE THE FLOSS And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AMD FOB HALE TO THE TRADE BY The Weston Mill Co, EEWARB OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE fiFHWIVE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS Q B. & Co., Carney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. UllUtT HOVHK kUUAitat, OR. H. B. WARE SPECIALIST. EYE, EAR, Ix'OSE AND THROAT. 2.20 TO IU) 35 WYOMING AVE. PHSONAL Dr. Kolb U the ijuest of his friend, Dr. L. S. B u nes. J. Harry Waite, of Binshamton, was in the city yesterday. Josepn McCornieck, of Bingliamton, is Tisitini. in f-'cranton. Miss Lillian Noaltes and Miss Sue Pyle, of Moscow, are in tho city. Dr. and Mrs. War,', of Scranton, are vis iting f i iouds in Bingbamton. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Tarnell, of Mon trose, are visiting friends in tho city. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Tarb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 7 June 1894

4 published daily in scr anton, p., the Thiduns Publishing Company. E. P. KINGSBURY, UNIHAI MANAGER. Nrw York Of rift : TmnuNi 8UIL0INO. MAW Gray, Managua ENTERED AT THE FOSTorriCt AT CHANTON. PA.. SECOND-CLASS MAIL MATTER. eCBAOTOH. JUKI T, mi. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Qovtrnorl DAXIKIj II HASTINGS, of CBXTIR. For I vt ' ' trrnor: WALTER LYON, or Ali.i uimw. Tor Auditor QwMtoll amos ii. mymn, or I.AM'AsTKIt. For Stcrttitrii of Hi mat Affair! JAMES W. I, ATT A, or I'lll I.AKK. I.I'IIIA. For ConoT'Hsinrti'al-1 ji !!: QALTJSEA A. UBOW, 0 Sl Si.'CI.IIANNA. OEOROH F. Ill'FF, or wi.stmuhki.ani. Flpctlon Time, Nov. U Tiiu TBOUBLH DOW is that "works of BttMlitjP or chnrity," which are per mitted by the Sunday law, nre con ulrued by the light of personal inclina tion rather than by the genernl drift of intelligent and huinnno sentiment. No one proposes to veto real uecansities nor reiil mercies on Sundays, It' the plainly spurions ones that cnn?e offence to the ni;ijnrltv of lav-ihiding...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 7 June 1894

THE SCTiANTON TU IU U JN E THURSDAY MOUNUStt, JUNE 7. 18J14. FOR ONE WEEK We will sell our cntiro stock of Jvew ana Btviisn xKumurai HATS at GEEATLY REDUCED PRICES. Come and see thein at 303 SPRUCE STREET. DON'T Have your COIXARI starched In tho old war, S ynu Clln havo them done with soft, pliable Buttoubolos (or TWO CENTS EACH. Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue We are showing new designs in printed IRISH LAWKS, JACONET, DIMITY and PONGEE. rf IFF filly 415 Lacka. Avenue. If you want Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper or Window Shades, come to us. i.n 111 n , IWUM We have a full line of jroods, and our prices are very low. 127 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOtliS. Policemen will drill at the armory to morrow nfternoon. On Saturday the annual picnic of St. Leo's battalion will be hold at Laurel Hill ;ark. Thomas Murphy was ypRterilay appoint ed by the court a committee of the person and estate of Mary Fitzpatrick, a lunatic. The men employed on the southern ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 7 June 1894

e THE SCR ANTON 1 E1BU!NE THUBSDAT MORNING. JUNE 7, 1S94. coptiuuhtcp. is94 m American CIIAPTER IV. IBB LOOKED DOOR. When Maxoy in his usual spirits was asecmliiu; the lonj: flights of siairs wliich led to h apartments, he oune up two Ftips nt time. But somehow a mental depression bad to mysterious and inti mate o oonnootion with his powers of lo comotion tlj:;r when anything troubled him V( yy much he was apt to content himself with the ordinary rat(! of prog ress. This iifternoon liis footsteps lapsed on every stair. Be looked at his latch key abstrootedlyfor several minutes be fore he placed it in the lock, and when he did finally perform this operation it was with a savage thrust, as though he wanted to stab tho door. It was not quito dark when the key turned and ho went in. "Ah.!" said Dr. Lamar from his chair by the bedside in the window less aleovo room, looking out between tho looped curtains as the artist entered. "Youaro hero at lastl I am glad you have come. Dr. Bentlyhaa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 7 June 1894

TIIE SCKANTON TKIBTOE-THURSDAT MORNING, JUNE 7, 1894. L OF Id this age of multiplying trolleys it may not be wituont interest to Soran toniaus to note tbo development in homo of the larger cities of the belief that undentrouud iron pipes are in juriously allected by thorn. The first discovery of any importance of this tendency of lost electricity to destroy gas and water mains whs made in Jr ey City a few weeks ago, according to 'Holland," and it was found that pipes whioh were presumed to be practically impervious to chemical influence were eaten through, and in many places cou jiletidy dfstroyod, by tho iuflaence of i-onio corroding chemical. Experiments have been made recently with other metals brought in contact with thes i-ul -surfacj currents, and it has bten ilemoustrated that they are Immedi ately Hinl severely affected by them. In r-oms of the cities of the west, especi ally Omaha, these injurious lnntumoai liavo ueeii found to be very costly. Io Omaha, it is sa'.d, that th...

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

ft THE RGB ANTON TREB CHIVIS-TH U'ltSDA'Y" MOKJVlNGr. J OTTE 7, I84. GORMAN'S BRAND DEPOT MIES end FABRICS OUR FASHION MONTHLY, For June JUST OUT Describes and contains the Leading Fashions, Latest Dress Materials, Stories, An ecdotes, Humorous Illustra tions, Valuable Information. Elevating and Pleasing Read :ng for the Home. GIVEN AWAY to those who call for it at our store. odes and F Bound at the end of the year, will make a book of three hundred and eighty four pages or more, with about five hundred illustra tions describing gowns for calling, shopping, weddings, receptions, balls, parties and other occasions. Every lady wishing to be well dressed, and dressed economically, should have it HAVE YOU TRIED CLEANSOLINE? For cleansing Kid Gloves, White Shoes, Silks, Laces, Woolen Goods, Carpets, &c. Instantly removes spots or stains without injury to the finest fabrics. CARBOXDALE. Mro, Catharine Cirroll, tlio mother of P. A. Carrol, the South Main street merchant, died yesterday...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 8 June 1894

r FOIl THE BEST PAGE OP SPORTING NKWS TURN THIS LEAF. "THE FACE OF ROBEXFEL" APPEARS TODAY ON PAGE 6. NEW8 OF INDUSTRIES, PAGE 7. tfi 5 T EIGHT PAGES 56 COLUMNS. SCRAKTON. PA.. FRIDAY MORNING. JUNE 8, 1894. TWO CENTS A COPY. THE TRIBUNE H A S A TARGEB ONA FIDE C I R CU LAT ION A M 0 N G S C R AN T ONjUS 1 N ESSM E N THAN ANY OTHERToRNINGTaPER NOTES OF THE GREAT STRIKE The Situation Practically Lhcbanied at Mc Keesport Tub3 Works. TROOPS HOLD THE FORT IN OHIO In Response to Telegram from Sheriff of Belmont County Governor Mc Kinley Sends Troops to the Scene of Trouble Crowds of Strikers Gather About McKeesoort Tube Works Rumors of Battle at Cripple Creek Industries Closed for Lack of Fuel. Columbus, 0., June 7. I PON the ri'ce'.ut of n telegram Irom the sheriff of Belmont county ibis warning, Governor McKinley decided to cull out the Pmonu reunufiit of mfuntry, alio, as u rcmTYe rapport to tlioss olrtudy in tbe fiM. Tbo releRrnm Btate that .1 mob of CCO strikers li"S seized tbe Balti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 8 June 1894

TUE SUKAWTUN TKIBUNE F K I. DAY MOTiNrNTGr. JUE 1594. i A BALL flarrlsbnrg Wins and Loses to Reading by Very Small Margins. SCRANICN LOSES SECOND GAME Hazleton-Potisvdlc Game Postponed on Account of Rain Standing; of the Respective Clubs in the State League Championship Race Na tional and Eastern League Results. Budget of Interesting Chat Which Will Be Road with Interest by All' 'Cyclers and Sporting Men in Gen eral. AliiiiSBURG still 1)m a food bold n the tin ohancei for the State longue pennant, but ij very closely followed by Allentown, the lor nwr winning aud logins OQf to Bead ing, uud Aileulowa again (Meating Sor.mton in a OlOMiJ contested game. The other lobeduled Kiinias were postponed on uccouut of rain. Tne following falilo gives the per centiles of the elutw, toethsr with the nnmlier of gamea won and lost by Mob, and their standing in the oliain plonibip race: Won. Lout. Pr C't. m 1111 a Efarriabnfg 21 0 .778 Allontowo id 10 ,088 iliizleton 14 10 Reading Iti 14 .402 Bcran...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 8 June 1894

THE SCKANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MOKPTING, JUNE 8, 1894. MATCHLESS SHAW PIANOS. STELLE & SEELEY, 134 WYOMING AV. PIANOS WEliKB. SHAW, KMI.KKON, NKW ENGLAND FINEST LINE IN THE CITY POR THE PRICED, NEW AMI) SECOND HAM) ALL FKICES GOOD BREAD USE THE- And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOR BALE TO THE TRADE BY The Weston Mill Co, tEWARE CP COUNTERFEITS ! THE GENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS B. & Co, Imnrlnfpd an Fnoh Clonr. Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. OUItT 11(11 M. MJI ll.L DR. H. B. WARE SPECIALIST. EYE. EAB, NOSB AXD THROAT. OFFICE HOURS: lEftffifk 35 WYOMING AVE. PERSONAL Mm. Fred f-'tevens ic visiting her parents at Foster Elinv Cohen, of Wilkes-Burro, is visiting frioud-i in the city. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cnigar, of Hump ton street, have returned homo from a week's visit with friends at Sayro, Wnverly and Elmira. N. Y. Dr. Walter Reedy, for some time past ono of the resident physicians at Blocklny taoppitnl, Philadelphia, has returned to his home in t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 8 June 1894

t THE SCTtANTOS TKIUXTSTH Fill DAT MOKJNlJNr. JUJNJu , is4. PUBLISHID DAILY IN SCRANTON, PA., THE TninuN Pu qlish i nc Company. E. P. KINGS9URY. GCNCRAL MANAQK. New Yoah Orricc I Tribune Builoino. Faana Chay. Manager KNTCnCD AT THE POITOFriCI AT ACAANTON, AfCONO-CLAS) MAIL MATTEA. SCBAKT02T. JUNE S. ISO. UiPUBLICAN STSTE TICKET. For Qovtrnorl damucIa el tiASTixoa, OF L'KNTKK. For i.mt I th venwr: WALTER LTOK, of Alli.uukni-. Fof Ait'lito (leucrtil: AMOf II. MYLTNi O!' I.Atii'ASTFIl. For Secretary of TtCTHQl Affair: .1 AMI'S W. LATTA, OK lMIU.AIH.i.rillA. For C0Hfftt$tmtAHUXMTQ9i GALUBHA A. GROW, or IUIQUBRAHNA. OEOB0.B F. HUFF, Of n I s. M(lii:LAKl. Election Time, Hv. 0 BPBAKING ok eoiodenoM) Senntor Murphy haa euccwded In landing his limn Shery in tha Troy jioatofficB at nbont the isme time that a court of jtutlo wai landing bis other man, "Bit" Shea, in jail, for uiurdtir. Our Modern Vandal. Bneb rcctm of violence as have ra Ctntly tsfOallBW the proRrcsa pf the 1 Unminous mine str...

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

f THE SCRAN TON TUlJiUNE 1TUDAY MOR1N1NU. JUNJii 8. FOR ONE WEEK We will soil our entire stock of Kew and Siylisli TRIMMED IT&TS at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Come and see them at NEWMAN 303 SPRUCE STREET. DON'T Havo your COU.AI18 starched In tho old rray, when yon ran have tliom donowtth soft, pliable Buttonhole for TWO CENTS EACH. Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue New Line Cheney Bros. SILKS Mears & Hagen 415 LACKA, AVE. If you want Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper or Window Shades, come to us. i i in inn i in ii i i i We have a full line of goods, and our prices are very low. ii k McWi 3 127 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. Examine No. 4 of the Multichromos. The employes of the Delaware, Lacka wanna and Western company will receive their pay today. Send 10 conts and 2 cents extra for poit age, and receive a sot of four .Multiehroui'-s by mail. Addrocs orders to The Trihcne. Tho high school and building committees of the board of control will m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 8 June 1894

tt 3 TIE SCTtAU'lON J If JJbUJNr-i! JJ1UA JT jjujxixnxx w. jljnju 185J4. P"?' lt5lT., IthM rfr.; nr i "TJ.r -i i- - iTigl IT COPvmtHTIP. IC9 STMTRlCA.N CHAPTER V. THIi BCBNED PAPER. For onco tho stoical Liunar lost his composure. "For God's sake, how did it happen?" In a hollow voieo Maxey mado tho re ply: "They were alone " Tho physician was speechless. Maxey thought him horrified On the contrary, he frus amazed. Wlieii ho found his voice, again, there was but a single word in his vocabulary equal to tho situation, find lie uttered it: "Impossible!" Maxey did not heed him, but went on in a hopeless tono: "It was my fault, of course, entirely my fault. I allowed myself to bo led by her girlish whim when I ought to have looked tho matter squarely in tho faco and asserted my own will. I ought to krvo taken your advice, Lamnr. You knew it you foretold it alL You wanted" Dr. Lamar interrupted him. "Not of any such oecurrunco as this, Maxey. Never. Do you mean to tell me that you think t...

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

TTIE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE FRT DAT MORNING, KTNE 8, 1894. 7 GENERAL NEWS OF The new paving brick industry, which In being establish,! in tlhi city, will Utilize n peculiar atone found in bundanod in the vicinity of Nay Aug f ills. This clay, when pulverized and afterward baked into brick forms a ubetance said to be superior in dur ability to the celebrated Canton brick. X will outwear the hurdoBt atone and jluiost make a steel hammer ashamed Df itself. The company hopes to have Its plant in reiKliiieaa for busiiusi by nrly fall George H. Lancaster, its fecial secretary nnd treasurer, now tt resident of Wayne county, will have sclivo supervision of the business, which means that it will receive ezoellont at tention. The Philadelphia Inquirer pays a neat compliment to City Treasurer Keese Q llrooks, whom it bbw recently at tho Hotel Lafayette. It speaks ot" him as au "escvedinirly prosperous operator in the anthracite coal reffiou. I'or a urent many yenrs he was ouo of the leading ofliei...

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

9 THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING,1 JUNE 8; 1894 J GORMAN'S morning at 4 o'clock after nn illness of Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report ten 1 ays of pneumonia. Mr Gibson was twenty years of age. Tne funeral notice will appear in tomorrow's TRIB UNE. gtaima.MsisniKimgn;,,,,,,,,,,,!,,,,,,,,,, iiiiiujiiuiainnmigiits-. MINOOKA. i3 ,m r- 1 1 . , GRAND DEPOT THE FAIR MODES and FABRICS OUR FASHION MONTHLY, For June JUST OUT Describes and contains the Leading Fashions, Latest Dress Materials, Stories, An ecdotes, Humorous Illustra tions, Valuable Information, Elevating and Pleasing Read ing for the Home. GIVEN AWAY to those who call for it at our store. odes and Fabrics Bound at the end of the year, will make a book of three hundred and eighty four pages or more, with about five hundred illustra tions describing gowns for calling, shopping, weddings, receptions, balls, parties and other occasions. Every lady wishing to be well dressed, and dressed economically...

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