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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 29 June 1894

THE SCTiANTON TliJBCNE .FI?I DAY MOKNINi-t .TIT VK . in.m i ' " . ' , " know what ycu are 'W eating when you nhe"V Y Its true composition u M W given on every label T " Pure " an J " Sure." FOR ONE WEEK We will sell our entire stook of tfevv- and Stylish TRIMMED II ATS at GEEATLY EEDUOED PEICES. Come and see tliem at fcD L L I .a a ! It U 303 BPRUCE STREET. Hcrrman c loore FIRE INSURANCE I. A vvomins avenue 0 Grenadines and Haskell Black Sill Cheap. 416 LACKA, AVE, 9-1 Havo your COIXABS starrtcd in the old way, when you cnii data them done with 60ft, pliable Buttonhole lor TWO 0KNT8 LACK. La ckawa n n a 7 HE LAUNDRY If you want Carpets, Draperies, ail Paper or Window Shades, come to us. We have a full line of goods, and our prices are very low. mm muni 17 Wyoming Ave. Cli V NOTES. There wi l be n full rehearsal of tho "Fall of Babylon" caiton the stnjje nto o'clock this evening. Tbn Hyde Park Choral oc.oty will meet for rehearsal tbie evening in the leotnre mum ot the Welsh JletboUw...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 29 June 1894

TTTE F CPAS TON TBIBT7NK- FKTPAY MORrN'G. JUNE 21), 1894. "- . . S"l-vo Mrou: , t atufM: fteawnci: if ' U.ui55" ': OJ ' 'XZ V 51 i "Tut uf Aioi.eCT g . ' . -,7T ' II i" 'r ascan'iM CHAPTER XXII. THE KlVElt OUBTEK& Tlio soft breath of u summer wind from the distant bilk rustled the our tains In the artist's chamber. The river glistened iu the sun. .'.iU Moxey, radiant and exoitedi Mrs. Maxey. tremulous and nppivhentivo, p when the artist opened tho door leading Into tl parlor wid ushered iti bis guest "My wife and my sister, Miss Max t v: "iv Uiwy.i. Mr. DoriisU'iii. " The 0 'i genth man i.i the black coatglanoed at tho two young ladies with his little twinkling eyes and bowed. ' iii meet you, Mrs. Moxey, tnosi happy. atl you, Miss Maxey, most happy." And so they met, the lawyer and the itrtist's sister, as everybody believed them i,i In1. tin perfeot strangers. "Be wattd, Mr, Bornstein," said Maxey. The lawyer accepted the proffer- 1 1 chair by the table, Tin1 rest followed "Hav...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 29 June 1894

TT THE SCI7ANTON TRIBTJKB FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 20, 1894. GENERAL NEWS OF INDUSTRIES The rocet.t openm.? of the CoT.uell Deal company's now Lawrence solliery near Duryen, calls the atton tioa of tlio Pitteton (r izjtto to Dnryea na one of tbe iirotroissivo uod rapidly Rowing coal town of Lnierno eonnty, "Where but n low years ago there stood no more than a down or so of houses," It soya, "hundreds may now be counted, anion.'; limn uot a few whioii oompare favorably in sizj, architecture and surroundings, with thoi of the minen in onr own town. S. finely tquipped collieries, til 1 in operation, now surround the town, nud almost every day witnesses some addition to its importanoo, To the residents of Doryaa the present situa tion and the pleasing prospects for the future must bo particularly gratify ing, while to PittatOD, whioii raotlVM no small eliiiro of the town's trade, Poryea'a prosperity and growth is properly r yarded as a moat desirable addition to our own importance as the te...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 29 June 1894

s THE SCKAtfTON TI?ITiTJ!N"E FRIDAY MOlfKING. JUNE 29, 1894. JUN SHOPPING ;' I fcuram it is in our miiint and its I imperative demands coufront us, I 't in the least, embanue us. It is out Inisiuoss to ba prepared for suoa t'UUTseuciea aud to provide thx com forts' tor our patrons wiio make ui What we sr Public Benefactors. Dr:ss Goods There are few suggestions which the hopper will appreciate and aid mate rially iii selecting sunnier (jowus. Buy the Stylish Goods Get those pntteroi which are moat mileil to your figure and station. Aud by all means buy what will make yon comfortable during tho hot summer days. Come with whatever si:;? )nre you can command aud your most refined tasted will be satisfied. Covert Cloth Serge, Cheviot Serge, Colored Suitings Fiem h Novelty Dress Goods in two tone effects checks and stripes. All wool Twills in Tans, liiays. Browns, Blues, Heliotropes und ( bnuReable Cffects, Challies and Organdies We are showing the finest assortment of Imported Challies ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 30 June 1894

TIIK MAN who makes a business of kniliutf oth ers often whines like a whelp when hit himself. THE MAN who is loudest in brag and bluster often least appreciates a quiet dose of the cold truth. EIGHT PAGES--5G COLUMNS. SCUANTON. PA.. SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 30, 1S4. TWO CENTS A COPY. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SGRANTON BUSINESS HEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER ft' HI Of BOYCOTTERS Will Hake Efforts to Hamper TratEc on Lines Using Pullmans. ORGANIZERS ARE TO BE SENT EAST Notwithstanding the Failure of the Strike on Eastern Lines the Pull man Boycotters Still Continue to Harrass the Travelling Public on Western Roads The Rock Island to Be Made a Special Target for Their Operations -Situation at Va rious Other Points. CR10AO0, Juno 29 fsRESIDENT DEBS and his ussoci Uj ates of the American Railway y union played a blgh card today J anil made a radical move When tney formally boycotted rvery roal represented in the General MtDUHl' association. The roadl represente...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 30 June 1894

I 2 THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE -SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 30, 1894; i- ii IE!! BALL It Harrisburjj auj 'fills Time We Are Theirs, E'.c. A SPIRITED CONTEST THROUGHOUT Indifferent Coaching Said to Bo Re sponsible for the Defeat of the Homs Team Summaries of tho Various State League Ball Games Played Yesterday Standing of the Clubt National and Eastern League Resuits Notes of the Diamond. 1I1LK tliore was no obtngs in the posi tions of the chilis In the Stiito leastu" rnco yesterday Pottsrills onwltd Dpdsngtronsljroloss to Scruutou by talc -iiitf two jjiinu s from K.istoa. liazl'ton wontwogtmss from A I tooun, which plaosi it within Buvtin points of King '.Ml K illy'l men, who held second pluco ly uefeiitillir Htfil'liu. The following table gives the por con tapes of tho clubs, together with the number of camcs won nuj lost by each, and their standing in the cnuuipionsuip race: Won. Lost. Per C't. ft A ! Mm : Harrisbnrg aa to .707 Allentown 80 lit .578 Raxluton 4 18 .571 Reading 25 18 .680 Bo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 30 June 1894

THJfi BCKAKTON TLUB U JN J !SAT L1 K DAY MORNING. JUNE ,30, 18i4. 3 MATCBLESS SHAW PIANOS. STELLE I SEELEY, 134 WYOMING AV. PIANOS SHAW, 1 MKKSON, NEW lAt'l-AND FINEST LINE IN THE CITY POK THE PRU B, ;EW AND fECOND HAM) ALL I mi l s GOOD BREAD -USE TI1E to f$me And always have Good Bread. Manufactured and for sale to the trade kv The Weston fill Co, EEWABS OF COUNTERFEITS 1 THE fiENUINE POPIJl.R Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIAt S G.. e. & CO., tnn'-,"'-"i on Esnh Clour. Sarney, Brown & Co. Mfs. . tUUJif HOI i. hyUAfeE. OR. H. B. WARE BPEOIALISC EYE, EAB, NOaE AND THBOAX KB HOURS: I TO ll.SC A. M. lA'lv Wu S.!L 135 WYOMING AVE- SAVAGES AHEAD OF US. Jodie Chollet Says They Know More About Sensible Clothimc Tlmn We Do. Changeable fabrics arc quite the mndo still, mid some of them seem to combine all the onlors of n pcusse rafe. The two lonod diagonal woolen nnh that came out last year appears to have delayed reaching; its real VOgUC until this season, although it, is now too warm ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 30 June 1894

4 jJHJS lMi.jwvion 'JJiUiUJNJfl HATU ISDAV jiunjNiiNi. .HJ.JN.ti 30, 1S!J4. tfo Scwmfow CrtEune Published daily in 3chnton, Pa., iv Th Triuuw Publishing Company. E. P. KINGSBURY. CKNIRAL MNI". Nrw York Oificc ! Yriduni Buildins. FbamU 1 Cray, Manaqer fNTIBtD AT TMC WITOrnCI AT CANT BKCOND-CIAGS MAIL MATTM. 80BAXT02T, JUNE 80, MM, REPUBLICAN STATE TICKcT. f or (iorernor: DANIEL II HA8TINGB, ok caaran. For I.tfuttnnuf Qi psroor.' WAL1 EH LYON, 01 ALIIHIIKXY. For Auditor Central! AMcs H. MYLIN, 01' I.ANCASTUH. For Secretary of lit mat Affair: JAMES W. LATTA, nr PUILAUILPIIIA. lor Coiu.rt mmi t-af-harat UALUBHA A. OBOW, in susqmtaANMA. QEORQU K. HUFF, of WKSTMOlMCbAHD. rit'rtlon Time, Nov, Tk PROPRICTABY eiliturof the Scran ton Republican has received 110 notice in The Tribunh that he did not de serve, Tbii paper is uot abusing auy body. It is printing tho news, keeping cool and takuig spume neither from Joseph A. St-ranton nor from uuy other back number. The Reward is Cffared. In final...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 30 June 1894

THE SCTtANTON TKlJilJiNE SATURDAY MOliXINd. JUNE :$. 1HSM. rounded jjZ!fcS JF spoonful of Woes better work. yTV than a heaping fc spoonful f of others. FOR ONE WEEK We will sell our entire stock of Kew and Stylish TRIMMED HATS at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Come and see them at NEWMAN'S 303 SPRUCE STREET. Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue Grenadines and Haskell Black Silks Cheap. Hears & Hagen 415 LACKA. AYE, DON'T Havo your COLLARS starched in the old way, whun you can havo thoin done with soft, pliable Buttonholes for TWO CENTS EACH. 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. Williams k McAnulty 127 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. A special meeting of the Press olub will be held this evening. Visitors to Laurel Hill park will bo amused with dancing this evening. Ljw rence band will furnish tho music. The business men deem it advisable to to keep their places ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 30 June 1894

r, TTIE rCPAITTOlT 'i TirVST- PATTJHDAY MOBBING-. JUNE 30, 18i4. L NEWS In the coma of a lonir ravinw show ing tliu advuntuirag of Scran ton us a locution for trnllev inventtuoiita ttitt PhilafUlpbla stockholder lays: "The citv ol Koran ton, nil thiiif uonaidurtid. offers peculiiirly limting fislil for Capital anxious to iDVMt in electrical trauait Monritiei. Having, a popula tion, according to the apring csnsns of 1894, exceeding tli-I.OOO. it U scattered, over twenty . pi ire mi lea in auoh h manner than only by roaort to the rapid truiuit facilities cm intor-com-muntratlon be readily accorapliihed nnd I he proccBi of Imsinesa diapatoned Berlin too is ri-slly a nest of once aapa r itfl lommonitiei which have been j lined together hy iron as Wrfll as politi cal lionds. What is now kuown as the West side, onco th separate munioi liality of Hyde Park, comprises a pop Illation of 40.000, and lias out one link i f transit oooneotioii with tho Central City, that supplied hy the S'crauto...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 30 June 1894

VIIE SCKANTON TRIBTJJTE SATU RDAT MORNING, JUNE 30, 1894. Hi Soctah MR (IE past week did not include any so cial ftfTiiirs of nn extended ch irac ter. There were a few small teas, aud ft number otherwise the usual social lnnchtons, card partita of qniet weddings, but wstk wai devoid of the pleusun tries. June, in Scrantou, at least, kept up her reputation as a month of weddings and a culmination of spring "wben the young man's fancy ligbtly turns to thoughts of love.'' A few of the week's weddings follow: Anthony F. Lough ney and Miss Mnry A, Biglio. of Car bon slrett: William Densv, of Phila delphia, and Miss Maine O Ilura at St. Mary's church, Daumore. Rev. M. B. Donlan ofticiattd Daniel Mc Carthy and Miss Ellen O'Hara, both of Philadelphia, were re spsctlvely groomsman and bridesmaid, Jumes M. Casey and Elizabeth Dwyer, of Railroad street, at St. Peter's catlw dral, Rer. P. J. Golden officiated. Mr. James Keegau was' best man aud Miss Ellen Dwyer, of Hawley, cousin of the bride, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 30 June 1894

THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE S iTURD AT MORNTNG, JUNE 30, 1894. JUNE SHOPPING ''HAT inmmtr ii in onr midst and itt luipt-rntiva damands confront ns, lines not in tu leant mbnran us. It onr business to b prepared for suoh HmerKuoitts and to provide the oom forts for our patrons who make us wtiHt we nre Public Henef aotors. Dress Goods The; e are low suggestions which the shopper will appreciate and aid mate rially in selecting hummer gowns. Buy the Stylish Goods list those patterns which are most raited to your figure and station. Ami by all uieaus boy what will make you comfortable during the hot summer days. Come with whatever tlze pane you cau command and your most refined tasted will bo satinfiod. Covert Cloth Serge, Cheviot Serge, Colored Suitings French Novelty Dress floods in two toue effects check and stripes. All wool Twills in Tans, drays. Browns, Miles, Heliotropes and Changeable Effects. Challies and Organdies We are showing the tiuost assortment of Imported Challies nud Organd...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 2 July 1894

" It is the business THE TRIBUNE is in that business six days each week. ff a newspaperjto Tt6 5t ) EIGU.T PAGES--5G COLUMNS. SCRATON, TA.. MONDAY MORNING. JULY L 1804. TWO CENTS A COrY. HE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SCRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER H FUNERAL OF SADI diOI tale President or France Burled with ' Highest Honors. THOUSANDS WITNESS THE PARADE Ceremonies Attending tho Burial of the Dead Ruler the Most Imposing Ever Witnessed in Paris Expensive Decorations, Brilliant Pageants and Solemn Services at Notre Dnme Are Among the Features of the Day. Paius, July 1. the less i npon the provinces and from various counties of the continent witnessed today one of the most imposing spectacles, the pageant-loving Republic of Francs has ever Feeu. Tbel streets were thronged from the dawn of the day with every pecies of citiz;nt from the gut ter snipe to the resplendency attired ifilcial, all eager to extract enjoyuieut from a tvolcal French holida...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 2 July 1894

TIIE SCKANTON TBIBUNE-MONDAY MORNING; JULY 2. 1S94. ASE ALL Harrisburg Trounced in a Lively Fashion by Marty Swift's Sluggers. HAZLETON WON TWO FROM ALTCONA Easton's Failure to Report for Play Gives the Pottsville Ball Tossers Two Gamos Allontowp Again De feats Reading Standing of the Clubs Base Ball and General Sporting Notes. HERE are two c "-"ft changes in the order fl of the clubs in the ir;- M StKte leKUO from iVMrrl' ht "ported Satur ZSTTOV ll,y' I'hrouirh the tF iftrf1 failure of the Easton I Wlfi luanaiftroent to r- I I'J V; port the disbauJon- ?i merit of its club, " 1 U-.. Maniger Smith took vVir-3UilU his Pottnvillo club to the former place to play two faros on SuturUjr, aud on the nou-appeurance of the Euatou club on the dlnuiond, Umpire Ketrick nwarded both games to Pottsville, thus illowlni them to puss Scranton and oc cupy littli place, iiuzlotou also pusauJ Allbiitown, thus goiuj into second pill CP, The following table gives the per centages of the clul'S, together ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 2 July 1894

THE fiCRAKTON TllIBUNE MONDAY MORNING. JULY 2, 181)1. 3 MATCHLESS SHAW HAIR STELLE & SEELEY. 134 WYOMING AVE. VV5BER, MI AW, KMKItSON, NEW li.NULAMD FINEST LINE IN THE CITY POlt TUB I'KICB. KEW AND fECOND 1IAKU all nucts ff GOOD BREAD -USE THE And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB FALE TO TEE TKADE The Weston Mill Co, EEWARfl CF COUNTERFEITS J THE BFMUINE POPUltB Punch Cigars HAVE THE IMITKMS G. B. 8c Co., irprlnM rn Enrh C'0"r. Carney, Brown & Co. lift. Co UK I' HOUsK bUt'AJUK. DR. H? B. WARE SPECIALIST. EYE, EAB, KOSS AND THROAZ 135 WYOMING AVE- PERSONAL. . E. J. Wahh spent yesterday in Buffalo. Philip Maley, of Mshoney City, is visit ing relatives iu this city. Hiss M. Dunn, of Strondsbnrc is the guest of Cecilia Schroeder, of Sanderson avenue. Mrs. Thomas Dunn, of Stroudhburff, re turned librae Saturday after a briuf visit with relatives m this city. Editor T. P. Rider, of the Wilkes-Burre Record, attended the "Fall of Iiiibylon" performance Saturday evening. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 2 July 1894

4 THE SCKANTON TitlJiUNE-MONDAY" MORNING. JULY 2, 18U4; tit Jbanfon txiku PUBLISHED DAILY IN GCRSNTON, P. TKI THIBU PVILIIHIN9 COMPANY! t. P. KINaSBURV, NlfYMKOmel TAHUNt iUHDIN. FUM SI Chav, Manaacn- CNTKAKD AT THE MATOFPICI AT HCAAWTON. S. SCEANTON. JULY 2. 1804. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor! DANIEL II. HASTINGS. UtrtSTKK. For Lieutinant Ganrnor: WALTKlt LYON, m ALi.i.i.iitvy. for Auditor Hern i al: AMOS H. MYL1S, OF LA.Nl'AsTKII. For Secretary of Itrrnat AjTmrs: JAMK8 W. LATi'A, (if I'UM.AIiEl.rillA. For ConirtiiHmrn-at-Ud fie: LiAl.VSIlA A. tiROW, (IF Sl'syUKHANNA. UEOHUK F. JIUKF, Vf WKsTMuKELAM). Election Time, Nv. O. Odr mohmnu UumocTutio neighbor, The Times, ueed not fear that there will b blood shed but ween The Repub lican and The Tribune. The Litter is minding its own business every secular day in the year. The Pullman Strike. It is to be doubted whether all the organizations possible to civilized man can overcomo the fact that when a la borer sells his labor to ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 2 July 1894

THE SCTiANTON TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING. JULY 2. 18!)1. 5 f (rure) v feure) y FOR ONE WEEK We will sell our entire stock of j Kew and Stylisli TRIMMED HATS at GEEATLY REDUCED TEICES. Conic and see tliera at 303 SPRUCE STREET. Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue Grenadines and Haskell Black Silks Cheap. Hagen 415 LACKA AVE, DOHT Have your COLLAltS starched in the old way, when you cku have thein done with soft, pliable Buttonholes tor TWO CENTS EACH. Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY If you want Carpets. Draperies, , Wall Paper or W.indow Shades, come to us. We have a full line of goods, and our prices are very low. 127 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. There will be a meeting of the board of managers of Florence mission Tuesday, July 3, at 10 p. m. Tbe recital of the pupils of Professor E. E. Southwortu will begin at 4 o'clock at Yonns Men's Christian Association ball this afternoon. Tr. Joseph Parry will be adiudioator at tbe big mimical festival to be held at Lake Ariel July 4 under the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 2 July 1894

TJTE FCtt-ANTON TT?iriTJKE-!ONPAT JIOKJSTINGr. JULY 2, 1894. NEW YORK FASHIONS. GOWNS THAT ARE CONSPICUOUS IN THE SUMMER OUTFIT. Embroidered Silk, and Mtwllnit Tlia Race For Whit Tulle Graduation Iri Orirendin, Mutlnte mid Mtwlltt Gowna. llliu'k and White Htyllah Combination. Tlio weekly builnot of Piirinian fash inns cnrituiuM nothing imw or startling In its fivMhness oxcvjit jiorrmps tho infor mation that luce is to bo miixirrieiltxl by embroiduml silk or muslin, uspociiilly for liVMiini? drossy, uurt tbnt thcro in ft "porfift r;iKo for white tulle" Evury second woman hits cither bonnet strings or ii vest of tullo. Tlio tendency iu fIdcvcs is toward :ui increase in size rnthcr thun luiy (liuiiiiutioii, llvo yiirdN of silk Ix in,' tlio required quantity for tlio latest "butterfly slcevo." A bund of insertion or jetted trimming divides tlio wings of this artistic arrangement. Modified versions of tlio bishop sleeves aro to bo worn again. Green, as usual, is tlio favorito color of th...

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

THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY MORNING, JULY 2, 1894. GENERAL NEWS OF The delay of theantbracito coal sales agents la arriving at a decision la re gard to the production for July arose front the unwillingness' of certain gents to" restrict the output. It whs finally agreed that 3,000,000 tons coal J be marketed, The advance ordered in prices ii'supposed to have gone into ef fect yesterday. Coal to tidewater was advance IS cents. It was practically acknowledged that all iuturesU . had been cutting prices on competitive bus ineas, and that the output in tlie latter Weeks of the month had been larger than the trade warranted. The vari ous interests promised to cut off deliv eries taken at May prices as soon in the coal iu transit is delivered. Circulars are already being prepared to that ef fect. The Jane circular, which is ad vance over the May circular of 13 cents and 25 cents, will become operative. The July circular, made last Friday, will be used ns a leverage to sec a re 3 nne pric...

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

8 TIIE" SCR ANTON, TRIBUNE-1SLOJS DAY MOKJflNG. ,lUL.r a,: 1894.' pUH dreaded pneumonia or "irrippfi" is relegated to the ! .( , iii 1. 1 "Old Hoi" with liis pen- tiiiliiiL,' vnys is a constant ro ; ti-r Mint we are candidates for .'jiiiiinu-r Attire. Underwear 'xo ptiniial values in thli depart mint. (lon.lawers bought at clear in:, in tnuruetnrers' price. L's'ie Thraixl Vests in white", ecro in t color. Dulbriirgan Vests, l'unliiti:il.l.- liilib.i.l Vests, Finest Jjvpti ui Yarns. Onuuiimr Vents m il lit varieties Novelty und st-ipl . Ginghams Tli jiri'itin! on Gingham are rcroiriiiz '1 by nil connoisseurs hi V a Myhest art in tcxrile Dress O.imK Swivel lllf Ginghams, Pin )!.! and-Shepherd's Cheeks. Solid i'oI"M In fancy shades, stripe aud I lii h, In wonderful varieties. Hosiery 1 1 tlie--w1nv4 of improvement and j.evleciion we should follow the tinw". The "lut-st" costs no more tliiin the time worn. Russnt colors kii'.I i hup, drop stitch, lisle thread, Id nek (duplex. All the im...

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