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

THE SCTiAJJTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAT MOUSING. JULY 5.'1S4. IS No fear of t failure in making bread jand cake if you use It" always makes light, , wholesome food. "pure" ana''Surc. Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue Grenadines and Haskell Black Silks Cheap. lears & Hagen 415 LACKA. AVE. DOFT Have your COLL A US starched In the old way, whun yon ciin hsve them don with tott, tillable liuttouholes (or 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 verv low. Williams k McAnulty lil Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. Rev. J. V. iloylati, of Hazleton, is visit !uk in tbe city. M. J. White, of Washington, D. C. is at the St. Charles. Local and telffrrapic news will bo found this morning on the first und eighth pager Tbe fnnrteen-months-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hides, of Silex nree', died last eveuing from cholera lu fuiituui. The Penn Avenue Baptist church an...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 5 July 1894

6 THE fc CPAKTCXN TliJJiUTOC-TIlUKSDAY MOENING. JULY 5, 1804. SUMMER FASHIONS. HOUSE DRESSES AND COSTUMES FOR OUTDOOR SPORTS. the Itest Skirt Is 81z Yard Around the Bottom now to Make It All Kind of dodlone and Jacket Linen and Berg-e Tennis Baits. The keynoto of tho season's modes Which m-n now so fully developed is the revival of tho styles of our p'anduioth ers, but history never does quito repeat itself iu fashions, so the.ro is both a dis tillation mid n difforouco between the old time idoas and thoir modern treat ment Old fiwhionod silks, checked, Btriped and waterod, and balloon sloovos, flaring skirts and laco capes havo been accepted with ovidont satisfaction. All kinds of bodices except perhaps the ono which is molded to the figure with many loams aro worn. ' They nro draped across, fulled into tho belt, arranged with frills, wide tproading collars and rovers, olaboratoly trimmed with laco, chiffon and spangled trimming, bnt they uro in appearance practically seamlusa, Lit...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 5 July 1894

THE SCBANTON TRIBUJTE THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 5, 1894. GENERAL NEWS OP The total mileage of railway in the United States on Jane SO. 1893, ac cording to the newly Issued interstate coumiei'ce commission' annnal report, wm 170.401 07. binur an increase Uur- Idr tbe year of 4,807.55 ruile. The cor- responding incroaH during tlie pre Tione year was 3.100.78, from whiou it Appears tbat'thera wua soras revival in railway construction during the year covered by the report. The state of wnonington leads in construction witu 8C6.33 miles: Mnntiiua shows an in riMiae of 409 litf wiles; Minnesota of 400 09 miles, and Went Virginia of U65 01 miles. The other stated which enow an increase in miloiie in excess of 100 miles lire California, Florida. Ia Uan, Michigan, Missouri, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texts, Wisconsin and Wyoming. The states or Kansas, Oregon, the Territory of New Mexico hnd the District of Columbia, show n alight decrease in mileage, due to re ueaiurement of inuiu lines or a...

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

8 TIIE RCEANTON TItmu.NJ5-TIItmSDAY MORNING. fULY 5, 1894. TpHE dreaded pneumonia or , X .. grippe" ia relegated to the rear, and "Old Sol" with hia pen etrating rays ia a constant re minder that we are candidates for Summer Attire. Underwear Exceptional v.ilues in this depart ment. Good were bonght at clear ing uiMtiufuctuivrs' prices. Lisle Thread Vests in white, ecrn aud colore. Balbrk'pan V-sts, Fashiouuhle Ribbed Vests, Finest Egyptian Yarns. Gossamer Vests sad iu Tarieties Novelty and staple. Ginghams The printings on Ginghams are rcof(nizd by all connoisseurs as the highest art in textile Dress Goods. Swlel Silk Ginghams, Pin Head and Shepherd's Checks. Solid oulors in fancy shades, stripes and plaids, in wonderful varieties. Hosiery In these days of improvement and perfection we should follow the times. The "lut sl" costs no more than the time worn. Kusset colors and tans, drop slitoh, lisle thread, black staples. All the improve ments iu soloing and heeling. Corset Departme...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 6 July 1894

It is the business of a newspaper to print THE NEWS THE TRIBUNE is in that business six days each week. EIGHT PAGES--5G COLUMNS. JSCEANTON, FA FRIDAY MOKNING. JULY 0, 1804. TWO CENTS A COPT. TME fniBUHE HAS A LARGER BONA FfPE CHiCULATIOH flQHG SCRAHTOH BUSINESS MEH THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER debs DEFINES pom IN JTHE STRIKE Ee Also Claims to Have Beer Very Greatly Misrep resented IS AH ISSUE OF PRINCIPLE Ihe Battle, Ho Siys, Is to Dacide Whether Corporations Are to Rule. FULLMAN TR3U3LE REVIEWED Dy Deciding, Before the Strike, to Stand by the Pullmans in Their Difficulty with Starving Workmen, the Railway Managers, Mr. Debs Says, Made a Sweeping Issue Be tween Capital and Labor; and the Movement with Which He Is Iden tified Is Only an Acceptance of This Challenge The Situation, He Ad mils, Is a Grave One, but the Re sponsibility for It, Ho Declares, Rests with the Railway Magnates Themselves. Chicago, July 5 PRESIDENT DEUS. of tfca Atu-ri-eau Uailvruy union, ha issued a loug ttaU-m...

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

THE SCKANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. JULY G, 1S94. BASE BALL The State League Plays Off Three Fostponed Games In lieu of Schedule. ALLEWTOWW DEFEATS BMMSB0R6 Pitcher Meahey, for the First Time This Season, Twirled Losing Ball. Pottsville Lowers Hazleton's Aver ago and Altoona increases Reading's Standing of the Clubs National and Eastern League Results Notee of the Diamond General Sports. .' fi, EVDRAL postponed 1 rTTTTTwfc games were playtd U. Ur U.i5 by the State Lesgue MU'iffifiU? e'ubs yesterday. QLb-h fAVi Harrisburg, with the ArS, mucSi-talksd-ofMea-Jfji ney in tho pitcher's yJd I'ox, iuffrJ defeat LNA nt the bands of Kins; Jy Kelly's AUentown AA brigade at Philadel- phia. This is Pitch er Meoney's first defeat this seusan, but rank vrrors by the other members of the Harrisburg team were responsible for it. This Tietory asserts AlleotoTrn the e court place at the close of the first seaeoa Saturday night, unlets the un foreseen happens todaji when the club plays the Altoona tea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 6 July 1894

TIIE SCRAETON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MOKNIJSG. JULY (J, 181H. MATCHLESS SHAW PIANOS. STELLE & SEELEY, 134 WYOMING AV& VftEB, fill AW, imi'ksow, newknoland FINEST LINE IN THE CITY row THE PK1CE3. Ktff AND SECOND HANI) ALL I'lilCCS GOOD BREAD USE TIIE And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO 1UE TBADB BY The Weston MID Co, EEWARB -0? COUNTERFEITS J THE BEMUIHE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE IMITU'S G. B. 8c Co., Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr'a. DR. H. B. WARE removed to 406 SPRUCE STREET, back of Dime Bank. PERSONAL Edwin Schwartzbnrg, of Milwaukee, la in the city. MisB Anna May Barrot, of this city, is visiting: in Aichbald. (i. W. Kuooic, of BoBton, and F. F. Snow, of Detroit, ara guests at the Wyo ming. Miss Mary Mclliich, who attended Bthm.l for the pnst terra at a young la dii'k'xvminnry in Maryland, returned home to tlilncity yosterdny. ViUt Emalene Killam, of Green Ridge, 11 nd her friend, lrn. Moore, of1 Philadel phia, lt-urn today for Paupack. where they will tpo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 6 July 1894

4 THE SCRANTON TKIJiUNE-FRIDAY MOBNING. J UJjY G, 1894; PUIUSHtS DAILY IN cNTOW, P., TMt THIIUK" PUSLISHINO COMPANY. .CP. KINGSBURY. OtNIMl MIMS. New YOAK OrriCI I TmiUNC SUILOIN. AT, MtlA run & IHTIRID AT TM POSTOFFICf AT eAMTO. SBCONBCLASe MAIL MATTKR. tCBAKTON. JULY a 1894. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor: DASIEL H. HASTINGS, or Cfc.NTEH. for luufoinnf Qnvtrnnr: WALTER LYON. OF ALLKUUli?. t or Auditor Ueneml; AMOS H. 1ITMS. or LASCAiTKIt. for Secretary of lternal Affain: JAMES V. LATTA, or 1'lllkAUKbPUIA. For Gonsrvwnten'iit-Lnryf! OALVSHA A. GROW, Ok' BLSytlKllASNA. fiEOKUE F. HVFK, or WKkTMOHKLAXD. Election linn-. Nv. In speakisu of tbo present sur charged political condition in Lacka wanna us i "diversion," we suspect that Colonel MoClure is guilty of re pressed levity. Invitations to Work. It Is slguiQcRnt that anionic many learned men the condition of affair to day is interpreted as forerunning great reforms. Tbe anarchist wbo bopes to basteu tbat reformation along...

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

HE SCKAHTUN TKlUU.NE-i'KlDAY" MOltN LNCi. JULY 0. 181)4. 5 . You know what you are eating when you use Its true coranosition is given on every label. "Pure" and "Sure.1 Norrman& Mooro FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avonue Grenadines and Haskell Cheap. Mears A Hagen 415 LACKA. AVE, BOI'T Bare your COLLARS starched in the old way, when you can havo them done with soft, tillable Buttonholes lor 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 Mckiultj 127 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. John M. Ward, of Now York city, is vis itirjf his uncle, ex-Judge Word. D.'paty Sheriff Gaffney, yesterday sold the sti etc of notions of Anna J. Thomas, of Ciirbondalo, for 134.54. The Gentlemen's Driving club will hold its first meet nt the Driving pari Satur day afternoon at 3 o'clock. The Scranton Glass compsuv's factory at Or ton Ridge shut down last Saturday for the annual ...

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

f hum n TIIE rCPJVNTON TEIBTJNE-miDAT MOKNIITG.' JULY G, 18D1. THE PORTRAIT. I remember perfectly how it happened. I received an invitation from my old friend nod fellow artist, Ktuuly lltircourt, to spend week with him at Harcourt park. It waa early in the season, and only a few other guests were invited. Although my fricndnliip with Stanly dated buck to days at Eton, I had never visited the park, and I accepted with alacrity. Bt-ftire storting I slipped into my pocket my latest purchase at "the old curiosity shop" a braoelut of twintud Rold, with a miniature on it, surrounded by diamonds. This out of the way comer in Luudou, culled by Stanly "the den," and which I had christened "tho curiosity shop," at tracted us frequently. Hera we bought a good ifcal of our studio paraphernalia effective drapery, swords and old armor. The bracelet, I felt convinced, had a his tory, although Jlr. Iwiac, solo proprietor of tho shop, could give me no inforuiatiou concerning it. lie had purchased i...

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

TIIE SCRAN TON .TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING, JULY C, 1S94. T GENERAL NEWS OF . Mr. McLeod, at Atlantic City, re cently talked freely to a Philadelphia Stockholder representative about his past work with the Beading und the New EuglanJ systems. Some things that be s.id will be read with interest by friends Id Scranton. Staking of tbe Ruaiiitlg alliances that lie planned, Mr. McLeod said: I saw no other way at Hint time to ac complish an increase in the gross earn ings than to BuitHte for a larger percent -nge ot the coal output. It seemed to mo very unjust that tbe Reading's quota had been reduced from S3 to about 18 per cent., esptcially in view of its ownership of on iumed coil. J, therefore, determined to have the percentage increased. Other companies were slow to concede the Reml lug's right to a larger quota, nud I fouud it neceniary, in order to carry the point, to formulate a plan to command the an thracite coal trade, resulting in the so colled Keutfing deal of February, WJi, by w...

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

8 THE SCRANTON TRIBUTE FRIDAY MORNING. JULY C, 1894. "pHE dreaded pnoumouia or ' "grippe" ia relocated to the rear, and "Old Sol'.' with his pen etrating rays is a constant re minder that we are candidates for Bummer Attire, Underwear Exceptional values ia tbii depart ment. Goods wi-r bought at clear log niui)ufaotnrtrs' pricos. Lisle Tiirend Vests in white, ecru Had color. Bslbriirgon Vests, , Fashionable Ribbed Vests, Finest Egyptinn Yarus. Gossstnur Vests aui In varieties Novelty and staple. Ginghams The printings on Ginghams are ' recognized by all connoisseurs as the highest art In textile Dress Ooods. Swivel Silk Ginghams, Pin Head and Shepherd's Check. Solid colors in fancy shades, stripes and plaids, in wonderful varieties. Hosiery In thesodays of improvement and perfection we should follow the times. The "hit si" costs no more than the time worn. Russet eolors and tans, drop stitob, IMo thread, black staple. All the improve ments in soleing and heeling. Corset Department Co...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 7 July 1894

It is the business of a newspaper to print THE NEWS' THE TRIBUNE is in that business six days each week. EIGHT PAGES--3G COLUMNS. SCIt ANTON. TA.. SATURDAY MORNING. JULY 7, 1S94. TWO CENTS A COPY. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SGRANTON BUSINESS HEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER BAYONETS VIE WITH FURY OF MUD The Rifle and the Torch Combat for Supremacy in Af flicted Chicago. MILLIONS GO UP IN SMOKE And, Although Tea Thousand Armed Men Arc on Duly, the Ead Is Not Yet. THE CRISIS IS RAPIDLY HEARING Violence on the Part of the Insurrec tionists Is Increasing So Rapidly That for the First Time a General Feeling of Fear Begins to Seize Upon the Population of the Western Metropolis Arms and Ammunition Fill the Public Buildings, While Along the Lake Front Glitter the White Tents of a Regular Army. Some of the Many Thrilling Inci dents of a Veritable Day of Terror. Chicago, July 6. MOB of about 500 people tiua hold h1 most com plate sway la the tor riiory including the ...

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

TU'E MUAWiOSi TlUiilJSfE- SAT (J it DAY MOtttfLNl. .JUL! V, 1894. tf bam Earn F.oadiog Meats Scranton by tha Close Score cf 7 to 6. AEI8ER-H1IED ERRORRESPOHSIBIE Hnzleton Turns the Tables on Potts villa and Administers a Sound Thrashing Allentown Captures One from Altoona Standing of the Clubs National and Eastern League Scores Base Ball Notes and Gen eral Sporting Gossip. WHATEVER clittncos Scranton posseesoil of gaining third place in the State League cham pionship race of the first series have been lost ly its own de feat and he victory of Hazleton over Pettflvflla yesterday Therefore, the best we cau expect of onr club is tout it will finish fourth, bat to gain-that position it will have to defeat Rending in tbe gniue to be played today. Tbe following tables gires the per centage of tbe clubs, touotbar with the number of games lost and won by each and their standing in the championship race: Won, Harriaburg 84 Alieiitowu 30 Huzletou '.'( Krtuling 29 Scranton "0 I'ottuville 24 Al...

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

THE BUHAINTON Tl'l U U .N E WAT U KJ3 A Y MUltJNIJN Ki JULY 7, 1S1. MATCHLESS, SHAY' PI AHOS. STELLE i SEELEY, 134 WYOMING AVE. VJtBEH, SHAW, KMKItSOlf, NEW KNOLAND FINEST LINE IN THE CITY POR THK PRICE, WW AND IKCOND HAND All- 1' HI OK 8 GOOD BREAD -CSK THE- And always have Good Bread. MANOTACTrRED AND FOB BALE TO THE TRACE B? The Weston Mill Co EEWARR 0? COUNTERFEITS 3 Punch Cigars HAVE THE IN ITU 19 G., B. & Co., Iipnrlntsd Earth ClOSf. Saraey, Brown & Co. Mfr'a. . DR. H. B. WARE removed to 406 SPRUCE STREET, back of Dime Bank. TAYLOR. Harry TVideaor was ia HonesJale oa Wednesday. Eli ciric, 7; Ac!tt. l was the score of Weine.ilay's morning gnuo. Peter Yonngbloota, of Pittstoo, spent the Fourth in town. D ivid Spruks, of soraaton, was in town yesterday. H, J. Cooper and wife were In Lick awanna on Thursday nijjbt calling npon relative. Hurry Ward was doin? business in Peckvillo yesterday. J. D. Atherton. HarrylRichardson, Blanche Ward and Bertha Sweet spent Wednesday iu L...

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

THE RCHAXTON Til IHUNE-SATURDAY MORNING. JULY 181)4. tit cranfon fy&rmt .PUIUSHCB PAII.V IN 3CAANT0N. P.,iVTM Trisunc PuiiiSHiNO Company , I. P. KINGSBURY. imiiuiuiiMUi NtwVonnOrriesi TmsuNS luiLem U ttHAV, HAHAOKR. tHTimoVr THk otorrie t .canton. rVt niSH'CUH MAIL MATTM. tcaAXTON. JULY T. 18'Jl. U ii.... i 1 . . REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. for Qbvemor: HANIELH. TUSTIN'OS. uv Oentkk. 'or Ktufflintif (li ivrnor: WALTER LYON, ALl-KUIIIiNV. for Jviliof (Ivntrnl! AMOS H. MYLIN, OP LAM'ASTKH. for Secretary of lUrnSl Affnin: JAMKS W. LATTA, li k' PHILADELPHIA. or CoTifriwme'i-f.-.ii'ie.1 uaLuska A. GROW, OP Hl'i.jUKII ANNA. (.EOUUE F. HUFF, or YVKSTUUKbll.ANI). . Elcctlen Time. Xiiv. ft The esteemkd Ilazletoti Plain-Speaker U entirely correct in believing tbiit th Schaston Tniui'SK will support with emphasis the fiiir choice of tbe Republican party for congress from tbU dielriet. Bat the convention Wasn't turned bitn vet. Mr. Debs' Reply. The elaborate rtefens published yes terday by Pre...

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

TJ1K SCH AN TON rUIIJUNE-SATURPAY MORNINU. JULY 7. 1S!4. The strength of Cleveland's baking powder comes from pure cream of tartar and soda only. It effervesces mora, slowly than powders containing alum, ammonia or tartaric acid. . (Sure) To have the best results ' , REMEMBER, the oven should Dot be too not, and it is not necessary to hurry the - dough into the oven. Cleveland Halting Powdor Co.,New York, Successor to Cleveland brother. Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenuo Grenadines and Haskell Black Silks Cheap. Hagen 415 LACKA. AVE Have your COLLARS itarched In the ell way, when you can have thorn dune with soft, pliable Buttonhole tor TWO CENTS KACH. 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 & McAnulty 127 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. There will be (services ia the ball of the Dymoad building, on Summit park. Ban. diiy, July 8th, at 7 80 p. m....

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

1TE fCJAKTON TEirUNE- SATURDAY IUIl-UfG. JULY 7, 1SU4. L NEWS OF The Wilkes-Barre and Wyoming Vullov Traction aompany hat just re culrecl a consignment of new car, ne eeesitaUd by its iteadily increasing Imsltins. Id the number ara aix trail ers, four double truck and four ningle truck can, all of the bent make find all open or autnmer card Uoiler tbe effi cient superintendence of John Graham, one of the beat traction uianugara in the United States, the Wilkea Burre And Wyoming Valley company haa en joyed a prosperity wholly unforeseen oy its ost enthusiastic projectors. I s patroDago is steadily growing, its trackage expanding and its popularity nmoiiK the masses of the people nUf uienting daily. On the West Side of the Suiqueuanna rler it has beau in- strum.'ntal in transforming a stretchj f barren farm land luto a liuk or thriviut? villages, connected at iutor T.ilt by small (roups of pleaiaut uew liomts; and it will be only a quettion of time when the same development will follo...

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

TI1E (SCflANTOH TRIBlfXE-SATURDAY MORNING. JULY 1894. A ..A SI. mem Soctalr:f: ' , m Prophesies that impetus would be given the social element to whirl and take on new end more spirited life with the advent of the college men ami the return of tbe young ladies from school, have fallen with a sharp ami pronouuoud tbud. For tbe past two weeks families have been scurrying mvny to the mountains, seashore and Europe until the few who rumain are beginning preparailons to follow in 11 1 if lit. It is either too hot or else tbe available cumber of pleasure loving Jieople is too small to warrant any ergo social affairs. When the throngs return Sept. 1 it is probable that a dif ferent state of things may exist. Many will te here to attru'a the tournament jt the Curboudalo Tennis club at Far view the last week in August and tbe jcrantou tournament a few days later. r It is quite likely that a lar io cumber of women will attend the race or tbe Gentlemen's Driving club this after noon if tbe wsa...

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

3 TIIE KCRANTON TRIBUTE SATURDAY MORNING. JULY 7, 1894. 'THE dreaded pneumonia or "grippe" is relegated to the rear, and "Old Sol" with his pen etrating rays is a constant re minder that we are candidates for Summer Attire. Underwear Exceptional Y.tlnes in this depart ment. Qooili were bought at clear ing niiu.ufactuivrs' priest. Lisle Thread Vests in white, ecra nd colors. 3lbripgsn Vests, Fashionable Ribbed Vests, Fined Egyptian Yarns. Qossamer Yeats and In varieties Novelty and staple. Ginghams The printings on Ginghams are recognized by nil connoissenrs hs the highest art in textile Dress Goods. Swivel Silk Ginghams, Pin Head and Shepherd's Checks. Solid colors in fuuey similes, stripes and plaids, iu wonderful varieties. Hosiery In tliesodays of improvement and perfection we should follow the times. The "Int'st" costs no more than the time worn. Russet color and tans, drop stitch, lisle thread, black staple. All the improve ments iu soleinK aud cowling. Corset Department Contai...

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