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

THE SCttANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 18. 1894. 5 for one week We will sell our entire stock of New and Stylish TRIMMED HATS at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Come and sec them at 303 SPRUCE STREET. Norrmanfi Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue Grenadines and Haskell Black Silks Cheap. Hears i 415 liCKA, AVE. DON'T tr .. rnt i ins Htarrlied in tho old v.-ay, when you can hive them (lone with sort, pliable Buttonhole! (or TWO CENTS BAG Hi Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY If you want Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper or Window Shades, come to us. We have a full line of goods, and our prices are very low. 127 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. W. L. McDongall, baritone, of Pittston, will sting at JUss ?re!lio Albright's recital this evening. Thin morning nt 10 o'clock the county trcaiurer will Hell seated ani unseated lauds at arbitration room (or unpaid tuxes. Tho board of trade will hold a meeting tonight at which Secretary D, H. Athertou will make report oa his vieit to Paterson, N. J. Tonight Mies Juli...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 18 June 1894

THE SCIfANTON TUIBt'KE-MONnAT MOHNnTO. JTNE 18, 1894. raH tar I ' b-Lt-wu- X.. LI r-. COPTRniMTCP. IM JYMXCniCAN CHAPTER XI. MISS MAXEY TUIK3. Miss Maxey went out i' the hnuso iu Ballovoino placo with no definite pur puric in vicwr Slui wan disappointed, v ted, even offended by what she oonnid nod Annette's misplaced lentimont and Nny.iw's want of lirnmcss, but hIki was entirely unable to sec what sho could do to remedy the mischief, Bho hod waited for Mr. Djv's coming from the day she knew of Maxey's visit to Flood street villi despairing impatience, and she had heard from the lips of Annotto of his arrival in the house with an excitement which rendered her own absence from the interview with him an almost un bearable hardship. Now at last she felt the long delayed time had come when something of the mystery of the cruel affair on the sea road was to be cleared away. Miss Maxey longed to see the light of day poured In upon this dark deed. It was a longing not born of curiosity alon...

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

t THE SCRANTON lTtlTJTOE-MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 18, 1894. S OF Under the terma of au order issued late Saturday afternoon by Suiiorin tendont A. H, VumlHtig, of , the coal de partment of the Delaware aud Hudson company, all the mines operated by that company will until further notice work on nine-hour time. The Gravity road, which has been working broken time since last December, will now bo worked all day and the shops will nisi be required to work full time. The mines of this company are now filling large orders for lump aud grate aizos of coal, for different railroad compa nies, to be need for steam purposes in transportation, where heretofore soft coal had been used, and the stimulus these orders give to anthracite coal Bales is very considerable. The entire system of the New York, Susquehanna and Western from Jersey City to Wilkes lJarre has been acquired ns a route of shipment by the Natiooul Express company, according to "Aras pa." The new liue furui-bes the N.i tional people w...

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

s THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE MONDAY MOENTNG, JUNE 38, 1894. GORMAN'S D DEPOT Do But We Show not come you spend where only the your apparent Newest, time Facts the trying stare Best, to find yon the out what in Cheapest Congress the Goods has face, to be done, fonnd. Beautiful Airy White s As the warm days advance, in terest increases in the airy, cloud like White Goods now on the counters in greater prolusion of OMUitsite conceits thim ever he fore. Conventional designs have heen alighted lor the expression of neer ideas. The moderate prices add to the attractiveness of the offering) Dotted and Fiurcl Swisaos, dots in all sizo", from 23 to 65c. par yard. India Linen, from 10 to 6oc. French Xninsook, 46 inches wide, from 25 to 750. per yard. Persian Lawn, from 20 to 65c. per yard. Corded Plqnei, from 16 to 65c India Dimities, 20, 25, 28 and 35c. Finred Dimitie' at 25c. Fancy Pique?, suitable for women's vests, from 20 to 65c. Plain and Striped Lawat, in black, lit 12, 15, 20 and 25c. Pla...

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

hit von TIIF- BEST PAtlK OI' SPORTING RW Tt'KN THIS LEAF THE NEWS OP INDUSTRIES, ON PAGE 7. ETGHT PAGES--50 rmgtfim 98 6X . 8CBANTON, PA.. TUESDAY MOHNlNf. JUNE 19, 1894. TWO CENTS A COPT. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE GIRCULAT ONG SCRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER SENATOR HILL iil EXPLA1 Tells Why He Wants Bituminous Coal Put on the Free List SENATOR PEFFER'S BIG SCHEME He Would Have the Government Own the Coal Mines and Supply Its Citi zens with Free Fuel The Senator from New York Injects a Personal Explanation Into the Debate Anti Options in the House. Washington-, Jam 18. THE senate maae good nrofrress to day with the tariff bill. The only iraporUut cheek to rapid progress was caused hy the amendment of tbe finance committee to place bituminous coal on tlio dnti flhk. list at 40 cents a ton. Mr. Hill, (New York), made hll expected tight on that and moved to strike out the paragrauh and to place bituminous coal on the free list. He said that he presumed, fro...

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

2. THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING. JUNE 19, 1894. v3 El BALL rauton Wius a Game from Manager Wit man's Reading Aggregation. ASTON DEFEATED BY HARRISBDRG I ain Prevented the Final Innings Be tween Altoona and Allentown with the Score a Tio Pottsvillo Defeats Hazbton Standing of the Clubs. Summary of the Day's News in Sporting Circles Basa Ball, Bi cycle, Racing and Miscellaneous Outdoor Amusement Notes. "33 Statu L 'nijue Tiiise Hall club remain zj St -J djja DDohtngod n thu re Cr&r$ JJl salt of yesterday's contests. Harris burg witU 1MB Again defeated Manatier I'urk'it EmIou cou tinieiit, and Scran ton evened up uiat- ?rs with llDiiditiK t'V defeating thein : i the second gnuie Thegms between . Jtoona and Allentown bad to be called : t the end of the aixcb inning ou nc- Hint of rain with the score a tie. The otUville-Uazloton uuiue was an old- : ttbioued slungiug mulch, iu which it former won easily. . The following table gives tho per i jntage of the olabt, togethor with...

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

PA .E TUESDAY M9KM.fi, ,IUNM 1JJ, 1SVI4. MATCHLESS SHAW PIANOS, STELLE & SEELEY, 134 WYOMING AVE. W.nKR, SHAW, I ill K--OY, NEW ENOLAND FINEST LINE IN THE CITY POH TUB PKICH HFW AND tICCOND HAND AH FRIOKB ORGANS GOOD BREAD -USE THE SNOW WHIT And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALI TO THE TRADE BY The Weston Mill Co. EEWAKS OF COUNTERFEITS ) THE 6EN1HNE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G.. B. 8t Co., fmnHrtfnil nn Funh Olflflr. Qarney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. KHIU 111 ( -!. r..; AS.1. DR. H. E3. WARE SPECIALIST. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT. OFFICE H0OR8:1tW '35 WYOMING AV& SOUTH SIDE. Centura's Drlvor f-h wi Himself Efficient and J-, tv.ms. E'lwnrd Knellar, drivsr for the Cen tury's, who receivad such grsit praise Inst week from tho fir depart ment committee, und city offiilaU, for his clever work, has ag-aiii demonstrat ed his ability to fill the position. From thv time the sacond alarm sounded for the fire at D.ivias & Griffin's until he hud a Btreiiui ...

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

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING-. JUNE 19, 185)4. pudllshcd daily in scranton, p , iv thi Tribune Publishing Company. E. P. KINGSBURY, CtNK.AL MANAQKR New York Office : Thicunf. Buildino. rMNX Gray, Manaqer (NICHED AT THC FO.TOFFICC AT SCRANTON, PA.. At SkGONO-CLAb. MAIL MATTER. KCKANTON. JUNE l'J. MM, RtPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. lur Qovtmori DAX1EL tl. KASTINCiS, 01 csrcin. lur Liiutinant Ominwr! WAIVJ EB iiYOM, pt ALI-i:uilLNV. 1 or Auditor Gi neral: AMOS 11. MYLIJT, OF IAMCA8MB. J Of flbcfttorg of Ittrnai Affoinl JAJIKS W. LATTA, 01 PBILADILPBXAi or toiiyf csHiiwti of--u;: OALTJ8HA A. QBOWi Ol' ICBQtTIHAMMA. QEOBGK r. HUFF, OF Wl STMUIIK1.AND. Election Time, Not, ii A MODERATE tux uyon tlio lectricAl polts of Scrantoi would perhaps be a ;ood quicken! to the process of rtdtio ing their tmiulur. Such tux, honust lyimptssd, would havo very littl op ponititfn, despite the fuct thut direful jtudents of the problem would much prefer to have the wires buriad alto gether. The Timo to G...

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

THE SCifASTON TJUJi (JIVE-TUESDAY MOHN1NG-. JUNE 19, 181M. 0 for one week Wc will soil our entiro stock of l,Tew and Stylish TRIMMED J I ATS at GBEATLY DEDUCED 1'KICES. Como and see them at NEWMAN' 303 SPRUCE ST3EET. NorrmanA Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue Grenadines and Haskell Black Silks Cheap. agen 415 IMA, AVE. DON'T Havo yur COLI.AHS itawbod In the old nay. when ftn csu havo them donfrwtth soft, uliablo Buttonholes fur TWO CENTS KAUiL Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY If you want Carpets, Draperies. Wall Paper or Window a ha a Shades, come to us. We have a full lire of ;;oods. and our prices are very low. Williams k McAnu.ty 127 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. The liRht nnd water committoe of bo-1 ect council will meet this ovenlng. The Eicblierg Opera company will pro Inco "Tbe Doctor of Aleantra'this and .ouiorrow evenings at' Collc-ye bull. The Pottsvillo Iron ami Stool company .VB8 awarded the contracts for the new Intel Jeruiyn anJ Hours building yester day. K ti. Kerr will delive...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 19 June 1894

THB FCflAXTON TI?TBTJXE TTTESDAT MORNING. JUNE 19, 1894. I,.. . -S -A t; VxS. coprniiuntP, nn t(M(rnicnN pntso AiSOOAnoN CHAPTER XH A DREADFUL MISTAKE. T'o unsteady flgnra of the sAmltrr Dy( went in nlnnt; tho BUCfW OOVared pi'-veiui- it :i 1itj(. lisrf Mttxey BO longer follow) il him. Instead of thnt sin walked boldly np from the area door into th rtroet, os condeditho brownstone steps and palled the T"'1!. This was tho result of her re Qeotiong is the cold and dark Slip wodld boo Hi):-, high bred acqnaintoncoof tho mysterious nuo, convinoe her of tho nrgoiicy'of the ease, threaten her if need b. nnd learn from h'T if she could who and what hp wns. It waa not without a conscious dread and shrinldng that she took tho Initia tive rffp in thin dotcrndned project Sho had boon Athcr inclined to consider hersojf as lacking in oxocutive ability, but nbuo of us exactly know ourselves until an emorgenoy arises to test us. After sh" J:;k1 lot go tho hopdlo whioh suinmoBed tho servant to tho ...

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

THE SCBAKTON TItlBTTKE T UESDAT MORNING, JUNE 19, 1894. S OF The Wilkes-Barre nnd Wyoming Valley Traction oompauy'a extension c.f their road from Wilft-s-Ilurre to l'ittston on tho oust side o tho Snsqus lianua has already tieon connectoil with the Boudioni end of the old Pittston lino. Atinonnoemout is inaile that tho yresent PiUitou boree cur lino will bo 'ft uudiitnrbod until nfter the apeciul flection on July 2, on the queation of Increasing the borough indebtedness lor the iiurpoao of making borough, im jirovemeute. If the vote ie favorable to floating the loan, tho company will it ouca tear out the borso car line, lay k track of sirder rnile, nnd pave be tween rails and two feet on e:icli Bide vlth the kind of uavo the council de Ules on; If the anti-improvomont crowd carry tho day, T rails will be laid, and the celebrated Pittaton cob blestoues will remain Many persous In the anthracite re I ion are yet unfamiliar with the al liod causes of the recent bituminous lulners' stri...

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

8 THE FCRANTON TR IB T7!NE TUESDAY MORNING. JUNE 19, 1894. mid Ben Beddoe, two local i ' GORMAN'S OUAND DEPOT Do M We Show not corns yon spend wta only the par apparent Newest, time Facts the trying stare Best, to M yoa the out what in Cheapest Congress the Goods has face, to be (lone, found. Beautiful Airy As tho warm days advance, in terest Increases in tho airy, cloud' lfko White Goods now on tho ooanters in greater profusion of exquisite conceits than ever bo fore. Conventional designs have been slighted for tho expression of newer ideas. The moderate prices add to tho attractiveness of the offerings Dotted and Figured Swisses, dots in til siz?s. from si to 65c. per yard. India Linan. from 10 to Coz. French Nainsook, 40 ine&es wiiD, from 25 to 75c. per yard. Porsion Lnvva', fro;n ao to 65c yard. Cordrd Pirjaos, from 16 to 65c. Iniia Diraitio?. per 20, 25, 28 and 35c. Fignred Dimitios at 25c. Fancy Piqrtes, suitable for women's v?sis, from 30 to 65c. Plain and Striped Lawns, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 20 June 1894

THE TRIBUNE Is three years old today and feels as happy as - a lark. SOME EVIDENCES Of its hilarity are sup plied herewith- ANNIVERSARY EDITION. SCR ANTON, PA.. WEDNESDAY MORNINQ. JUNE 20, 18f)4. TWO CENTS A COrY. THE GOOD WORK OF ITS FIRST THREE YEARS IS ONLY A MERE HINT OF WHAT IT WILL STRIVE TO ACCOMPLISH IN THE FUTURE ROTTENNESS IN POLICE CIRCLES From the Boss Down to the Very Lowest . Ward Scullion. AN OBJECT LESSON IN MISRULE Some Choica Selections from the Testimony of Protected Biinco Steerers and Green Goods Confi donee Men as Brought Out in New York Yesterday During the Inquir ies of the Lexow Committee Just ice Patrick Divver's Select Early Associations Political Preferment Bought with the Blood Money of the Victims of Protected Vice New York, Jnna 19 SUPERINTENDENT 15 Y B N E B ban at lust bMD brought directly into the Investigation of the police department by the Lexow committee, He has now hcen dragged in. Lawyer Moss to-day just toolc the bead of the uniformed force b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 20 June 1894

THE SCIiANTON TRIBUNE -WEDNESDAY MORNINGr. JUNE 20, 1894. ASE BALL MtsYille Defeats Scranton In a Closely Con tested Game. AZLETON WiNS FROM READING iarrisburg for the Fifth Consecutive Time Administers a Crushing De feat to King Kelly's Peanutters. Easton Has Another Relapse at Al toona Standing of the State League Clubs City League Ball Game Mi1 nor N-jws of All Sport3. LLENTOWN. with the "Kin.;" at ita bead, lout another (Came to Harris burg, the "coming champion" of the first State Loaeno erieii Soranton, in a iplendidly played Kane, dropped an other peg in the lfittrue race, and Baxletoo and Al toonn tool; ach a lint from Reading and E iston, '1 he following table givse the per tntage of th ciiiba, together with the umber of gamel won and lost by ouc!', ud their standing in the chiuupiomidp aco: Won Harmbnrg "S Aliinitowu 21 liu.lotou 10 Beading 18 Scranton i Altoona u Pottnville 18 Kaston 7 Lrwt. 8 18 1i 1!) S'J IS 13 23 Per Ct. .778 ,ss3 ,668 .4M1 .411 .41)7 ,4) BCHKDtJLl KOI...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 20 June 1894

I TTIE 8CP ANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING. JUNE 20, 1894. MATCH-. L-ESS SHAI PIAHOS. STELLE & SEELEY, 134 WYOMING AVE. vr.nvn. BHAW, KMKllSON, NEW ENGLAND FINEST LINE IN THE CITY I'OK TUB PKICE, :FW AND IBCOND HANI) A ; 1 PRICES GOOD BREAD -use Tnr And always have Good Bread. MANUFAcrrnrcn and for sale to THE TRADE BY The Weston 111 Co, EEWARE CP COUNTERFEITS I THE fjFNUlNE P0H1UR Punch Cigars HAVE THE IMITW.S G.. B. & Co., mnr?pf"H rn Erich Clflnr. Garaey, Brown & Co. MfrJs. cuukx holm; v, . , . , OR. H. B. WARE RPEGIALISKi EYE, EAR, NOSS AND THROAT. OFFICR H0DR3 '35 WYOMING AVLv PKHSONAL. Pay yonr ?as bills today and save the discount. Row W. J. Ford, pastor of the Oreon Rnigo Haptifit church, last night delivered tlio annual address before tuo alumni of Cook academy at Havana, X. Y. J. B, Miicuetto left on the 8 o'clock train y steniay morning for Swiftwater, Mount Pocono, where lie will spend the day with hiseouetn, I'avmasterll. ('. Machette of the United States na...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 20 June 1894

THE SCI? AN TON TIJIUITNE WEDNESDAY MORNINtt. JUNE L'O, 1894. PUBUSHSD DILV IN SCRANTON, P., BY THt Hi CU UK PUOLItHtKC COMPANY. E. P. KINGSBURY, OCNCRAL MANAQIR NtwYonnO nets Tmimt nunoma. RAY. UAriAccn Frank I NlintD AT THE POAIOMICE AT 1CRANTON. CCOND'CLALA MAIL MATTKN. LKTON, JUNE 20, ism. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor: DANIEL H. HASTINGS, Of OIMTBtt. For LiiMtmont Governor; WALTER L.YON, OrAUiKOBINT, I or Auditor Qtntroil AMDS 11. MYLIN, OF I AHCA8TKB. For Secretary of ll rmi AffoArU JAME8 W. I.ATTA, OF PHILADBLPHIA. lor Oongtt ttrntneit'Xxtrge: QALU8BA A. GROW, ov Ki si,ui:uANNA. GEORGE F. HUFF, of wi:m moiii:i.ano. Klrctloii Tim', Not. O Long BEVOBE it shall be culled upon celetirute it fourth annivenary THE 'bibOne hopes to have witnessed a ie lored Uepubliuau maj rity iu eon revs and u filial end to business do rvsbion arising from Democratic QMS. New Field tor Litigation. The legal significance of the damage uit of Dr. D. b. Hand against tho 'on tral Telephone and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 20 June 1894

THE SCTtANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 20, 1894. FOR ONE WEEK We will sell our entire stock of New and Stylish TRIMMED iEIATS at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Come aud see them at lie 303 SPRUCE STREET Norrrnan& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue Grenadines and Haskell Black Silks Cheap. Hears i Hagen (15 LAM, AVE, DOH'T Have your t'OLLAKS starched in the old war. wiu'u yuu c.-ui have thorn dons with port, jliablo Buttonholes lor TWO CENTS KAt'U. Lackawanna IHE LAUNDRY If you want Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper or Window Shades, come to us. We have a full line of oods, and our prices arc very low. 127 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. .. Tho sewers and drailM commltteo of so' 'octcouucil will meet at 4 p. m. to-morrow. An f xcursion will bo run from Priceliurg o Liurel flill park 00 Wednesday by tho Primitive Metuodift church. The Erio anil Wyoming Valloy bridge over aeuingtou avi nm, at N-w Htreot, srnsstruck by lightning Monday night. Fire was discovered in the rnins of Ma rios &...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 20 June 1894

TIJE SCI? ANTON TRTBUNE-WEDNESDAY MOBNING. JUNE 20, 1894. C T-itwti ti Biur"" CHAPTER XIII. AFFAIRS OF THE HEART. As with pretty Ellen Maxey, so with the others. The end Beamed to have 1 toadied. Whou Mr. Dye stalked out of tin- art ist's rooms ami the shiny Bnrfaoe of his woebegone coat had vanished from Max ey's sijrht, it seemed its if every ray of litfht that tended to illuminate the dou ble mystery, tosolve which Maxey had stooped to a Bubterfnge, had vanished too. Hero ut last tho Rood artist and the othor aonte investigators reached a dead Wall. Here every thread was broken, Here tool! appearances tho matter came to a hopeless termination. The several HCton in the drama settled down to the mote ordinary happenings of daily life. Now matters, quite as absorbing, how ever removed from the terrible, claimed their attention. The more vivid sensa tions of today gradually obsenred the less vivid sensations of yesterday. They did not forget but they ceased to talk about the fateful ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 20 June 1894

THE SCKANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 20, 1894. ENERAL NEWS OF INDUSTRIES If you were to usk twenty nvernge man how mauy tons there wuro in ono of the immense dirt bunkn nt one of the anthracite breukore you would be lurpriHed at the difference of ojiinion us well hh the otter futility of "euti inittei off-hand." Lust week, nays the Hezleton Sentinel, lieber ii. Tliotup iion.of the Oirard estate, tool: a numb it of people, oyi.t the property. At the Hiiiuuiond colliery the talk turned oo he number of tons of culm in tho dirt liuulm. These are apparently a llttlo lurger than the b:iuUu at :Iuzlo mine. One man estimated n 1,000,000 tona, another 300,000 One thought there might he 80,000, 1100 tons, and still another but on 10, 1)00,000. Mr. Thompson was appealed to and his Bgnrei are interuxtiuK as i.'iviug souio idea of the vtlae of a dirt bank. There were 9,860,508 cubic yords in the banks. The weight of enob fiubio yard was 1, 1)11. H5 pounds. The ".veiht of the culm banks w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 20 June 1894

THE SCRAKTON TRnttTTTE WEDNESDAY MOKNTfTO, JTJN"E 20, 1894; GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT TAILOR-MADE SUITS Fine Bine and Black Serge, Di agonals!, Covert Cloths, &0.5 the stylos are the newest and the best, generously and exquisitely made full in every way which facta assuro serviceable, comfortable costumes. We Strongly invite comparison with goods sold at even much higher prices. LADIES' Duck Suits Particular attention is called to the following: AT $2.50 Kxcellent Honvy Dnek Costnmes ; Tnxedo Ouat; full vklrt ; choico designs in liirht ami lUrk eiteet ; washable and durable. AT $3.50 Wry handsome Drill Duck Cos tumes ; Tuxedo Cost, Iiirire aleevos and wide lnpeln; full skirt ; iu new est plain colors, Tan, Ulna and White; most carefully made, and ntc equal to made-toorder coe-tum-s Ht iJIO AT $3.75 Superb Plnin Color Drill Tuxedo Con t, full skirt; cboiae plain shades aud handsome new design. AT $4.50 Pnro Irish Natural Brown Linen Costnmft) Toledo Coat 89 inches long; wide lapels; e...

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