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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 23 June 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 2JJ. 1891. 5 for one week We will sell our entire stock of New and Stylish TRIMMED HATS at GBEATLY REDUCED PRICES. Como and sec them at 303 SPRUCE STREET. Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue Grenadines and Haskell Black Silks Cheap. 416 LACKS, AVE. DON'T Havo your COXI.AI'.S starched in the old way. v. l'.uu v.u enn have thorn iloue with soft, pliable Buttoubulus lor TWO CBN IB SAOHi Lackawanna IMS LAUNDRY If you want "- i isiianisaasMei Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper or Window Shades, come to us. We have a full line of goods, and our prices are very low. Williams & McAnultv J 127 Wyoming- Ave. CITY NOTES. A, very life liko portrait of the lute D. P. Thouins, of Providence, is on exhibition iti tbe window of William JIcAnultj 'a store on Wybmlng avonuo. "Pinafore" at th matinee nnd eveninR i'erfoi iuancs at the FrotbinRbitin. Mati nee prices, 10, 15 mid 25 couts; evening prices, 10, !5, 35 and 50 cents. Thoniaa WrIsIi,...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 23 June 1894

TJ3JB EUKAJNTUJN TJfJUJNJC AT UKD A If JMUIUN UNCI-. J UJN.K 138, GENERAL NEWS INDUSTRIES The Truth last evening contained tho following interesting parHirravtli : "The Florence brenker at Ransom put lta fli it car of coal through Thuriauy morning. An interesting atory is told in connection with the Htartinif of the foreakar. When Will iain Council eume to this city about thirty-live yoarg ago he workod all through the mines as a miner, a foreman and us an engineer. The very aime engine that he worked cm in the old Stafford mine waa the identical engine that he started the breaker with at Hansom Thursday. Mr. Connell, after he had iwt the ma chinery going, caniH up to the bond of tlie breaker and dumped the first car of coal. " Gross onrnincs of 127 railroad com panies for May refisot heavy losses bo caiire of the coal strike and the gen- rul imsinesH depression. Birningl of 09,881 miles of railroad iu May iiirgro gaUd $80,164,840, a decrease of 17.7 per cent, trotu the May total lu...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 23 June 1894

THE SCBATTTON lTlIBTJKE-SATUTlDAY MOBKINO, JUNE 23, 1894. 1 1 Social , . OCIETY had a medi ocre relapse last week. It was iun, ly & local nir..ction- howerer, nnd cti bo attributed to a great exttnt to tbe large number of col lege comiuence meuts out of town mid tiuiilnr rxercisas hero in the city. In consequence social nintters h.id to be dropped during tbe preparation nud tbe outpouring of parents and brothers and sisters from the city to witness tbe graduations. Yet from h social stand point nud the muny girlo and men wnn have been languishing for "tlio crowd" to Hwell, it is just M well that tbe com mencement nicouy id ovor and that it appeared mostly in u big lump during week The welcome reactiou is boun 1 to come quickly. Speaking of commotio jmnt recall I the fact that tbe termination of school day3 la considered in a varied array of lights. Your studious young man with bit proverbial grotesque shape and awkward gait, swallows ceiu mencemmit like the last hutried mor sel ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 23 June 1894

8 THE SCIT ANTON TRTBVNE-SATURDAY 3fORJtnNC3- .TUPOC 2;f, 1834. GORMAN'S ANUUEPOT TAILOR HADE SUITS Fine Blue and Black Barge, ii Rgonalsj Covert Cloths, &0.5 the styles arc the newest and the best, generously and exquisitely made full in every way ---which facts assure serviceable, comfortable costumes. We Btrongly invite comparison with goods sold at even much higher prices. LADIES' Duck Suits Particular attention is called to the following: AT $2.50 Excellent Ili'avy Dnclc Costumes: Tuxedo Coat; f all tldrt; choice designs iti ltKtit and dark effects ; washable and durable. AT $3.50 Very handsome Drill Duck Cos tnniofs; Tuxedo Coat, largo sleeves nud wide Inpols; foil skirt; iu new est plain colors, Tan, Blue and Wliite; most carefully made, and qnifn riiinl to made-to-ordor cos Uirn"s Mt iJH). AT $3.75 Superb Plain Color Prill Tuxedo Co.it,full skirt; choice plain shades and handsome new designs. AT $4.50 Pure Irish Natural Drown Linen Costumes; Tuxedo Coat 25 inches long; w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 25 June 1894

POLITICS will enliven soon; you'll need THE TRIBUNE. There's no better education than reading a DAILY PAPER. IS SI EIGHT PAGES 56 COLUMNS. . 8CRANTON. PA.. MON DA Y MORNING. JUNE 25, 1894. TWO CENTS A COPY. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SCRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER T AT The French President Dies from Stabs of an Anarchist. MURDERER IS NOW UNDER ARREST An Italian Anarchist Named Cesare Santo Leaps Into the President's Carriage and Inflicts Fatal Wounds with a Dagger Great Excitement in Paris Italian Residents in Dan ger How the News Was Received in Washington. Paihs, June 24. SADI CARNOT, president of the Republic, was stubbed mortally nt 9 1") o'clock this evoiiinR in Lyons by Osare Santo, an Italian niiiirchist, 21 years old. l'rosiuent Carnot wont to Lyons to visit the exhibition of art, sciences and industries. Be left the chamber of commereo banquet, given in his honor, shortly after 9 o'clock and walked to his carriage, which was wai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 25 June 1894

2 THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE -MON DAT MORNING. JUNE 25, 1894. BASE BALL Timely Hitting Allows Altoona to Me Victory From Scranton. BUT WE PLAYED BETTER BALL Easton Meets Its Waterloo in Two Games With Reading Allentown Drops Another td Pottsville, and Hazleton Goes Down Before Har risburg Standing of the Clubs Various Base Ball, Bicycle and Other Out Door Sports Entertain ingly Chronicled, S THE first series of tin SLuto lmiauu championship ends on July 7, it will be seen by a glance at the subjoined stand ing of tbe vurious clubs that it Will be impossible should the club play iu anything like its nlil-tliim form, to prevent llarrlsbursr from finishing at the top of tbe list. From present ap pearance, uiiIpss Allentown pulls her self together with a mote heroio effort thiin has characterized her playing the punt week, Hazleton vfill finish in ai'cond place with Reading third, al lowing ihe "King" to gracefully bring up the rear of the first division. Potts ville, by the way, is putting u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 25 June 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNINW. JUNE 135, 18i4. 3 MATCHLESS SHAW PIANOS. STELLE & SEELEY, 134 WYOMING AVE. v.nrn, sn aw, HMKKSON, FINEST LINE IN THE CITY tor the r-Kicis. KFW AND IliCOND BAUD ALL PRICES GOOD BREAD -ITSK THK- And always have Good Bread. If ANCFACTCItED AND FOB SALE TO THE TKADE BY Toe Weston II Co BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS ) THE fiFWIJINE POPULAR Punch Cigars have the with, is G.. B. 8c Co., IffprintiMi on Encn (Vflnr. Sarney, Brown & Co. MIT's. COUKT HOVnK M.M AKlt. DR. H. B. WARE SI'KI'IAIjIST. EYE. EAB, KOSE AND THBOAZ CFFICB HOURS l" i35 WYOMING AVT WEST SIDE NEWS NOTES. Officer ( Hanson fine been unuble to be on duty the past few nights owing to illness. Miss Maggie Dnvis, of North Hyde Park avenue, hus gone to Philndelphia to re side. City Assesoi Henry D. Jones, of North Hyde Park nvenue, "pent the Sabbath with friends in Forest City. The commencement exercises nt Nt. Pat rickV Parochial school will be held on next Wednesday afternoon. . Miss Maggie ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 25 June 1894

I THlfl SOHANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY MOENXNO. JUNB 25, 1894. Published daily in Scranton, Pa., it THI tmiuuna Puilishinq Company. K. P. KINGSBURV. StNIAAL MANAOKB New vo OfTIM i T.i.um MliaUNV nun . Chav. Manaoik BNTKHKO AT THI puhTOFf ici AT SCH.NTON. .. AA SECOND CLASS MAIL MATT... SrCBANTON. JUNE 23. 18W. J. X-'U 1 i.i. . i REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. for Governor: DANIEL H. HASTINGS, OK CINTiTL for Lieutenant ChvemoT! WALTER LVON, or ALi-KunuNv. for Auditor O'outuI; AMOS It. MYUN, OV I ANV.V..TUI for Stcrptary of Jternal Affairs: JAMES W. LATTA, OIT I'lllLAICI.Ft1(. for Congressnirri at-Larije: UALUSHA A. GROW, in tl'syUKKANNA. OEOHOE F. HUFF, OK fFfcaT3IUHi;i.ANl. Elcttton Tim. Ni.v, a Notwithstanding rtptatert notices tlmt unsigntd uiuuuicript will not be med at the office of Tni T1111.D.NE, scarcely a day p ititB that an anony mous letter of soma kiud is not re ceived. People who desire to swell tbe contents of tbe editorial waste basket eaob day, may k.'ep rierht on, if tbey choose;...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 25 June 1894

'l'tlK HCKANTON MONDAY MORNIKO, JUNE 23. 1894. 1 - - r 1 -- - . r ' FOR ONE WEEK We will soil our entire stock of Hew aud Stylish TRIMMED HATS at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Come and see them at I 'aft 303 SPRUCE STREET. - n Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming; Avenue Grenadines and Haskell Black Silks Cheap. Mears agen 410 LACKA. AVE. DON'T Have your COLLAHS starched In the old troy, when you on barn tlifltu louo with soft, pliable Buttonholoi for TWO CENTS EACH. Lackawanna 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. Williams k ttulty 127 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. Tbf Sorantou Training school for teacher? win cioie toaay ror tnu summer. Qigb mass and Suuday acbool will be uisvoutluuod at the cathedral until Sep tember, beginning next Sunday. Miss Leona Orogory, of Marion street, ha received four years' scholarship to Adrian college as a reward for the highest average in her class. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 25 June 1894

6 THE FCTi ANTON Tl?IBTOE-MOXDAT MOBNING-. JUNE 25, 1894. r; tJ- Sa D r rr- -.-,rrT- uw,;,. .rfWWrSK, ...Sa.'- Mf BCLL? "THE W'k.'Vto;-'' 14 The pww or C OPTfllOHTCP. ,M (YeMTRnSN sscss ASSOCIATION CHAPTER XVII. MISS MAXKY TKI1CS AdAIN. Thn iuxt morning two letters passed 5y mpssfnpcer between Balluvoino plaoo mid Dr. Eustace. Litmnr's office. Here they uro in tho order of their trunsmis siuu: Mr Daua FhikmI have a. reqoMt to make, to you wWcli you may think strange mid ex Irnordiiiiiry tho luoro so, perhaps, la-causo 1 cannot explain to yon now the reasons why I taMUU It. I ilonot know that you will feel Justi fied In uiviug inn tho Information that I desire to ask, hut I can only tell you that Whether you grant or refuse It It shall lie a mutter en tirely between ourselves. Nobody shall ever know that you huvo told me, not even my brother. Inexouae for tlita very bold letter I can bbly plead the Interest 1 have In the wel fare and happiness of those vory near and dear tome. I um s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 25 June 1894

THE SCRANTON TltlBXTtfE-MONDAY MORNING, JUNJ: 25, 1894. n .... . . . - . . 1 1 i , , i , , L OF Beginning tomorrow the Now Jersey Coal exchange will utart upon its wiifbtb nnnuiil txcurslou to the conl regions ,Tbe itinerary arrungeil by it is M fol lows: Leaving Nownrlf, Tiiaiday, at O.iJO a. in sharp, will ran directly to Upper Lehigh, Pa., dining at tho Hiijli laud DalL 1,900 feet above tide water. Leaving Upper Lehigh about I p. m., will rnu directly to St ran to;,, with supper, lodging; and breakfast at tba Wyoming. Aftor suppr at Scranton an opportunity will be Riven to "Visit the Lxckawanua Iron works, where the process of manufacturing teel rails will be shown. Wednemht.v, June 27, through the courtesy of tue Dulawuru and Iludaon Canal company, n special tram will be provided, li.avinn Scrautou at 8 ;v in. for Oar bonilals. From Carbondalo the trip to Honesdale and return will bs made over the gravity road of the Del aware and Hu.luon final company, stopping at Furview.and a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 25 June 1894

ft) TITE SCI? ANTON TKIBTTNT5 MONDAY MORNTNTG-, JTTNE 25, 1894. JUNE SHOPPING Til AT summer is in onr midst and 111 lmperatire dsmsnds confront ns, ilot H not in tbi least mbnrasa us. It is onr business to be prepared for stish smorgencies and to provide tho com forts for onr patrons who make us what we arc Public Bsnef actors. Dress Goods There are few suggestions which the shopper will appreciate and aid mate rially in selecting summer gowns. Buy the Stylish Goods (let those patterns which are most snlteil to your flguro and station. Anil by all moans bny what will make you comfortable during tho hot sumnior days. Come with whatever Size purse you oau command and your most rellncd taHtad will ! satisttod. Covert Cloth Serge, Cheviot Serge, Colored Suitings French Novolty Dress Goods in two tone effects checks and stripes. All wool Twills in Taus, Grays, Browns, Mines, Heliotropes and Changeable Effects. Challies and Organdies We are showing the finest assortment of Imported Challi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 26 June 1894

ND whatever they are, whether pleasant or the reverse, The Tribune will, as usual.be first to report them. ETGTIT PAGES 5C COLyMnW -to5T - " HORANTON. PA.. TUESDAY MORNINQ. JUNE 26, 1804. TWO CENTS A COPY. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIBE CIRCULATION AMONG SCRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER N eye fixer! attentively on the local political situation will soon see inter esting developments. THOUSANDS HA FEAST OF S01G Tte Soranton Lledcrkranz Sang in the Indi vidual Societies' Competition. PRIZE WINNERS NOT ANNOUNCED The Third Day of the Great National Snengerfcst In Madison Square Garden Is Brought to a Close by a Grand Concert in Which the Soloists Were Mine. Olauvelt, Mme. Tavary, Etnil Fischer and Arthur Friedham. Today Ends the Carnival. Ni'v V(kk, June SB, THE third day of the Saen'i-feat waa occupied by the out of town dwlejjates by sightseeing In the furonoon, oompetitira prize siiixing In the afternoon and oonoln lad with h monster eoaoert in tha evening. This...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 26 June 1894

2 THE SCHANTON TBIBUjSrE TUESDAY MOTWTING. JUNE 26, 1594. ASE BALL Scranton, by Heavy Hitting, Takes a Game from the State league Leaders. WON OUT IN THE NINTH INNING Easton Stumbles Into a Hornet's Nest at Pottsvillo and Suffers Two Disas trous Defeats AHentown Too Much for Reading Various Base Ball, Bi cycle and Sporting News in General Entertainingly Recorded. Pjss CRANTON'S victory I , V, club lowered the :.. '-'(ItlJ1 P"contaB of the -' J ' WA '.-T lfladr somewhat, M 'Vj out it will not de. V hti.1 oar them from fin Jt isbiuc as loaders iu tho first State league jj 1 ?uanipionship series Jyl by a good margin. Pottsville, by her two victories over EsstOO, added sev eral points to her credit to the percent age column, passing Altoonu aud Koinsr into fifth place. Heading was uot ahlo to maintain her winning streak and went down before Allentowu. The Kiuue scheduled at Altoona between the club from that pluce and Hazleton was postponed ou account of rain. 'i he following table give...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 26 June 1894

TITE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING. JUNE 20, 1S04. MATCHLESS SHAW PIAHOS. STELLE & SEELEY, 134 WYOMING AVE. SHAW, l'.MKUSON, NKW KNULAND FINEST LINE IN THE CITY POR Tl IB riiicn. 8EW AND 1KCOM) HANI) AM. JUICES A Foe to Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD -USE THH- And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOR .SALE TO THE TRADE nv The Weston 111 Co, BEWARE 0? COUNTERFEITS J THE BEMUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G.. B. 8t Co., fmortnAi nn Enoh Clciar, i m i Garney, Brown & Co, Mfrs. COUKX HOI kUOAttK, DR. H. B. WARE SPECIAMSX EYE, EAR, NOSE A-ND TIIBOAX CFFICS H00BS:"aH!k i35 WYOMING AVE- PERSONAL. Mrs. Frank Lewis, of Vilkes-Ilarre, is vlsitins Miss Louisa iirilonbcrT, of Wyo Ii.hi.j 11 vent J. Wood Piatt, tho hrlilixnt Tnukhnn nork journalist, wns In Hip city yeiterday culling on friends. George Dixon nud sister. Miss Li.r.ie.of ATOCa, were uuesta of Miss Minnio Caw ley, ot Lnfnvutte street, Sunday. Acting (ienurul Manager rieetem, of tho Bcrauton Traction uomoiuiy, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 26 June 1894

4 THE BOB ANTON TH1 HUNK-TUESDAY MORNING. JUNE 26, 1894, ;i DAILY IN SCR ANTON, PA. , BY THS Tniouf Publishing Ccmfany. E. P. KINGSBURY, GENfRAL MANAtB I. New Yo.'iR Office i Triiunk Buiioino. MAttK CKTCRKO AT THE POtTOPPtCC AT fCfUNTON, PA., f COND-CLA MAIL MATTER. fcCBAKTOif, JUNE 20, ISM. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor: DAMELU. HA8TINOI, or CBXTIU. For Litutcuctnt (t rrrnor: WAM EH LVOV, Of ALUtOBINT. l or Auditor Qeiurall AMOS H MY LIN, Ol' LASi'ASTHU. l or Secretary of tttrMl A Cnirt: JAMBS W. l.ATTA, or PHILADILPnUa I'or Congre$imttcat-l i OALUSHA A. UUDW. op stfsqviHAHitA, OBOROE P. HUFF, or wkstmohki.and. Mum inn Time, Nov. ; Violations Of the Sunday law, per sisted in in spits of public pontiunnt, are Dfithtr sinnrt nor politic, They re s'mply inleidnl Anarchy's Tap Roots. The youug Itiilwn annrcliist, Casare Si'.nto, who 011 Stimlay ti i bt Blubbed to dfath tht most Inoffensive and censor ative executive offieial that the French republic has ever bad, should of cour...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 26 June 1894

THE SCliAJNTOJN TKlHUJNJfi TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 20. 18!)4. ft The leading teachers of cookery End writers on Domestic Science use and recommend Cleveland's Baking Powder, as Mrs. Rorer, the Principal of the Philadelphia Cooking School, -" f know what you aro f eating when you use V Its true composition is given on every label. Puro" and "Sure.''r Miss Farmer, the Principal oi the Boston Cooking School, Miss Bedford, the Superintendent of the New York Cooking School, 'Mrs. Ewiag, the Principal of the Chautauqua School of Cookery. FOR ONE WEEK We will sell our entire stock of Kew and Stylish TRIMMED HATS at GREATLY REDUCED TRICES. Come and see them at NEWMAN' 303 SPRUCE STREET. Norrmanfi Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue Grenadines and Haskell Black Silks Cheap. Hears & Ha 415 LACKA. AVE. IDQM'T Hnv.) your COLLARS starched In the old tray, nrhen yon enn bars thorn done with soft, pliable Buttonhole lor TWO CENTS UAlili. Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY If you want Carpets, Draperies....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 26 June 1894

TTTTC FCVAKTCm 7 ATETJISE-TUESDAY MORNING. JUNE 2fi, 1S!4. Jp tf " - 1,- e S voMinu;sr-T Dltl,"1M: PBwmwt of rur liiLiri ( 1 C()PVHiH7CP. 1054 ffTAMT.RHAN CHAPTER XVIIL TBB PICTURE. "Excellent, excellent!" was Muxoy's dntiriug cry. Dr. Lamar onjtisted his eyeglass to have a better look at it. The ohandelier blazed at its fullest In the front parlor. The picture wns placed on an eaBel in the projecting Window space, and all four stood back a little way to behold it. Iiss Maxey'i arm was about An nette's waist, and she expressed the sen timent tlm work had awakened ill her by an oooasioual admiring squeeze. Maxey was simply radiant. Dr. Lamar Was impressed, lmt puzzled. Mrs. Maxey RppCaved both pleased and frightened by the warmth of the roceptiou of her latest atti mpt It was a lifoftiso ske tch in craven of a strong and charactoristic face, some what shadowy and ghostlike in its ef fect, but so bold and striking in concep tion and execution that it commanded and held the attention. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 26 June 1894

THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 20, 1894. IE OF INDUSTRIES The permanent starting of tlm Law rncu colliery yuati'rJay wan an occa sion of mora tbau local intureat. Space whs rt cmitly given in t ri Ik department to an excerpt from tiie Truth relative to the oiiRine wbiotl il now hi un in the enKino room oi (be Lawrence.. This engiue is interesting oy. reason of tlio i'uet that it waa built by William Cook & Co., thou of Scranton, la 1858, ana" was used for hmstiiifr purpojed at the old Btafford Mino abaft, where WH llatfl Counell hoisted tlio first car of coal, usltiR the Cooke engine. That the angloe was a good one is proved by the fact that it is now again dratted into servic.i iu tho LAwrenoo colliery, which ha a capacity of 800,000 tons yearly. Li connection with the Qoelf tquipped "William A." colliery tlio Lawrenco rnaltes two collisries opttr uttd by Mr. Counell on his Old Foriro and Kauentn township property. The corabintd oapaolty of these breakers is over ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 26 June 1894

THE FCflANTON TRIBUNE TIT E S DAY MORNim, JUNE 26, 1894. JUNE SHOPPING THAT summer is In onr midst and its X imperative demands confront n. does r.ot in the leuRt ombarais na. It is our buiinsM to bo prepared for gaoii emorgonoies and to provide the com forts for our patrons who mako us wlmt wo are Public Benefactors. Dress Goods Thoio re ftnv siiEmtions which the ibopper will appreciate and aid mate rially in Bi'loctitj summer gowns. Buy the Stylish Goods (let those piitterns whicb are most auiteil to your figure and station. Ami by nil niuana buy what will make you comfortable during tho hot Bummer days. Come with whatever m purse you ran commund and your most refined tasted will be satisfied. Covert Cloth Serge, Cheviot Serge, Colored Suitings French Novelty liess Goods in two toue effects checks and stripes. All wool Twills in Tans, (trays. Browns. Blues, Heliotropes and Changeable" Effects. Challies and Organdies We are showing tho finest Assortment of Imported Challies and Org...

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