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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 11 July 1894

THJ3 SCltAKTON TlUliU AJU-VVlSUKJSSDAr MOKrUJNtt. J 11. I4. 5 rounded spoonful Woes better work kthun a spoonful. others. Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenuo NEW GOODS J DIMITIES, JACONETTES, DOTTED SWISSES, DUCK SUITINGS, P&INTED ORGANDIES. Hagen 415 LAGKA. AVE, Bare your COLI.A1IS starohod In the old y, when you cm have tumn done with soft, Minble Buttonholes tor 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. iUiams & McAnuity 127 Wyoming Ave. i CITY NOTES. At 8 o'clock this afternoon the directors of the St. Joseph's society will bold a meeting. The annual picuic of the Hook and Lad der compnuy will be held at Waaler's grove ou July 23. The will of George Schautz, late of this city, was admitted to probate yesterday by Kecister of Wills Koebler and lettor tes tamentary granted to Catharine Schauta. The young son of Warden Grimes, of ...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 11 July 1894

THE ST CIiAKTON TEIBUNE-WEIXIJESDAY MOKNTBTO. JULY 11, 1894. THE COLONIAL TYPE. REVIVAL OF THE FURNITURE OF A CENTURY AGO. A Stylo Frco From Kilravngnnce and Ex . trcme Conceits and I'mntesginir StAtclIncHS Without MillnefM Tho Colonial MnnteU. Typical Colonial Parlor Fully Fumlslicd. The colonial stylo of lato years has obtained a considerable) degree of at tention. Its revival is a renaissaueo of Iho colouial chairs, tables and cabinets of a century no, and, although based upon classic lines, is a positive creation, characteri.wl by charming individual ity. Tho colonial mantels arc construct ive features of apartments and aro usually of vood, bowing lloral garlands nnd pendants in relief. Tho pillows bearing tho shelves aro fiuo examples of t urnery, and much of the pleasing effect; of tho mantel is duo to the lino propor tions maintained by tho delivery of ro lief work in cornieeand moldings, mado more elTeccivo by ample und well con sidered spacing. Tho most elaborate carving ap...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 11 July 1894

. THE SCRANTON TRIBUXE-WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 11, 1894. S OF The increase in anthracite shipments for the week ended Jan iii).n otllcially reported, aroountod t 808.505 toua, the flffor being 1,873.704 ions, against 974,289 tons for the corresponding period last year. These shipments have increased the total for th year to the dute named to 19,132 365. or only 1, 085.693 ton less than for the same period in 1893. The Wyoming repion led in the iuerease for the week with 214.976 tons, while shipments from, the Bchnylkill region increased 141.374 tons nud from the Lehigh region 42,155 tons. This increased tonnage is a good thiol for the coal carrying railroads, as tuy receive their rates whether sales lire effected or not. The statement for the week in detail follows: . June SO, 1SU1. July , 180a Dif- Ilopious. Wyuiniiig... .LcliiL'U Bcbuylkill... Tons. Toiih. frn'ce. fttl.SiW Iue 214,1)7(1 14.",.s;n lno 42,1"5 277.112 iue wi,;i;j Ikmm 4I,JS0 Total.... 74,a!) Deo 3 8,543 Total for ver...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 11 July 1894

8. TIIERCRAKTON THIBTJNE "WEDNESDAY MORNING, JTJLT'll, 1894; a"MIE dreaded pneumonia or rear, and "Old Sol" with bis pen etrating rays is a constant re minder that ro are candidates for Summer Attire. Underwear Exceptional wines ia tbii depart mnt. Gooili were bought at clear ins muuufacturers' prices. Lisle Thread Vests in white, ecru nt:d colors. li.Ibrk't'an Vests, Fnshionnblo Ribbed Vests, Finest Egyptian Yorns. Gossamer Vests mid in varieties Novelty end stnple. Ginghams Tiie printings on Ginghams are ri;coi)iz-d by all connoissenrs as t!:a highest art in toxtile Dress Goods. Swivel Silk Ginghams, Tin Head and Siiepberd's Checks. Solid colors in iancy shades, stripes and plaids, in woudertul varieties. Hosiery In these days of improvement and perfection we should follow the times. The "lat'st" costs no more than the time worn. Russet colors and tans, drop stitch, lisle thread, blsrk staples. All the improve ments iu soleing and heeling. Corset Department Contains n complete ass...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 12 July 1894

All the news of the strike in THE TRIBUNE. Agents should order extra copies at once, EIGHT PAGES--5G COLUMNS. KCRATON, PA., THURSDAY MORNING. JULY 12. 1894. TWO CENTS A COPY. TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SCRANTON BUSINES THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER THE THE STRIKE AT Master Workmaa Soiereign Fails to Paralyze All Industries. GENERAL TIE-UP A FAILURE Trains Are Coving and Business Is Booming at the Stock Yards. TELLING WORK OF THE GRAMD JURY Indictments Brought Against Riotous Strikers It Is Hinted That Actions of the Railway Managers' Associa tion Will Also Be Investigated. Quiet ReiRns About the City, and Troops Have Little to Do-Citizens Display Patriotic Emblems and Places of Business Are Gaily Dec oratedThe Limited Response to Sovereign's Manifesto Is Taken as an Indication That the Crisis Has Been Passed Encougaging Reports Elsewhere. Chicago, July 11. TEE most important developments in the labor situation daring the pnst twenty-four hours is the nu nonncwin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 12 July 1894

TITE SCKANTON TI? IE UN"E Til 13 R S D AY MOUNINa. JULY 12, 1894. ASE ALL Allentown Wim from Scrinlon In an Excit ing Eleven Inning Qjme. HODSON'S REMARKABLE PITCHING Pottsville Defeats Harrisburg, Hazle ton Superior to Philadelphia, and Lancaster Takes a Game from Read ingStanding of the Clubs State League Schedule National and Eastern League Results Notes of Interest to Base Ballists and Bicy clists. LLENTOvVN added h not her game won to its record by de feat in g Scranton yeaterduy iu an eleven inulutf guino. Pottsville defeated Harrisburg witb the "only"Mennyiu the pitcbur'a box. nnd 0 Lancaster and II'iz- letou were the other rictora of yesterday's State League guinea. The following table giTei the per centage, number of guinea won and lost by each club, and their standing in the league race: Won. Lost. PorC't. .. 3 0 1.000 ..a l mi ..a l .o7 ..a j mi .. 1 2 .ana. .. 1 B .J3 .. i a :soi .. 1 a .833 Jjnncaster.. Pciauton .. Harrisburg, Heading..., Huzleton..., SCHEDULE FOR TODAY...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 12 July 1894

TIIE SCEAKTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY MORNING. JULY 12, 1894. 8 MATCHLESS SHAW PIANOS. STELLE & SEELEY, 34 WYOMING AVS. y.mra, PI! AW, emkkson, m:venoland FINEST LINE IN THE CITY I'OK TUB F'KICE. Ml'W AKD E('OND UAKD ALL l'ltltl S GOOD BREAD -USE TIIE And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AXD FOB SALE TO THE TRADE BY The Weston il Co EEWARB C? COUNTERFEITS 1 THE EFWUINE POPUUR Punch CigarG HAVE THE IMiTUtS G. B. Se Co., finppin'1 on Fanh C'rmr. Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. luiur HulMi uua.;k. DR. H. B. WARE removed to 406 SPRUCE STRE3T, back of Dime Bank. PERSONAL. Walter E. Gunster yesterday registered as a student at law in tlie office ot Attor ney (J. PI. Welles. Mrs. Gelger and William Ingle, of New Yrk, are visiting Connty Commissioners' Clerk Wagner at his home la the Tenth ward. W. II. Taylor, manacror of the Scranton city dirtctory, has been seriously ill from a third attack of hemorrhage of the f-tcmach. Under the treatmeut of Dr. H. V. Logun he is now on the road to re c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 12 July 1894

THE SCR ANTON TKIJiUNE -THURSDAY MORNING. JULY 12, 1894. PueUSHIO DAILY IN SCRANTON, PA.. IT TH( TniBuN Publishing Company. C. P. KINGS3URY. New Vornt OrriCKI Tribunb Buildinb. Quay, Manager BNTCniO AT TMF POATOrrtCK AT CAAHTO. M UA.NTU.V. JLLY lv! IS.U. (UPUBUCAH STATE TICKET. or C'uivnior: DAMif.Ij 'I. HASTIXUS, i f i i:.i tu. lor LitutiiHt"! r. ruvr: '.U : J'.U i.YON, ni' ALI.Ui.UKNY. lor Auditor Cc.n ral: AMOS II. J1YLIX, or l.ANt'AsTUt. for Stcreturu ,. It, r.i it .iTnirs: JAMI.S W. l.ATTA,' or lMiiL.vur.M'iiiA. (JA1.VSIIA X GROW, or bi:.si,'U:iiA.xA. GEOUUK 1'. HUFF, OK WUST.MOJIl:i.NU. l'.lcctlon Tlmi Nov. 0 VlCK l'itESlilKNT WlCKES, of the Pull- whii company, is the iuvi'iitor of a re frigerator c.ir. 'ihiaiuny Bccouut for his joolutsj toward the committee of Cuicugo citizens who asked for arbitra tion. Its Fallacy Demonstrated. The devolopmpMts of tlio last two days hava re-etuphfuizecl tlio need of j; renter comuiou eenst) mid less bluster i th councils of organized labor....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 12 July 1894

THE SCTIANTON TRIBUNE THURSDAY 3ll)RNTIKG. JULY 11 18i4. " I Lm convinced Cleveland's is the purest baking powder madc, and I have adopted it exclusively in my cooking schools and for daily household use." Sarah T. Rorer, Friiisifal Philadelphia Coding Sohoot. y (Pura . (Sure) "I prefer Cleveland's baking powder to others because it is pure and wholesome, it takes less for the Fame baking. It never fails, and bread and cake keep their fresh ness and flavor." C. C. Bldford, Principal Xc.o Yak Cooking School. Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenuo NEW GOODS iK DIMITIES, JAC0NETTES, DOTTED SWISSES, DUCK SUITINGS, PRINTED ORGANDIES. rs & Men 115 LACKA. AVE, DON'T Have your COLLARS starched in the old tray, when yon can have them done with oft pliable Buttonhole! tor 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. vVilliams I McAnulty 127 Wyoming Av...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 12 July 1894

G THE 5CFAKTON TI? TETJNE TIIUU SD AT JfOIiNINGr. JULY 12, 1S94. A LIVELY CAMPAIGN. .FIGHTING COLONEL BRECKINRIDGE IN THE ASHLAND DISTRICT. fiouiotlilnjf About HI Dcmocratlo Oppo nents, Owe UN und Svttlo Major McDow ell, tho lf ntiblU'an Champion, a Descend ant of Henry Clay. If there was ever a livolicr political irarapaigu than that which is now being "waed for the congivsa nomination in that part of old Kinturky that in known as tlio Ashland district, tho American jieoplo would lileo to know about it. Unppily, tluaiKh ofttm predicted since tho bugiuJiin;; of hostilities, thoro has l)con no shooting s yet. This statement must bo untilo with enntion. It is truo enough nt tho dato of this writing, but it may not bo so when theso words meet tho reader's eyo iu cold typo, for it 17. 0. OWEN 9. takes but a mighty siuut Hmo to do a lot of very effective shooting, and it is matter for surprise, tins year of Mood hikI disaster and reprisals, that tho shed ding of blood in the Aihlnnd diet...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 12 July 1894

TIIE SCRANTON TRIBUNE lH UKSDAT MOK-NINGf, OUL.r IS, 1894. GENERAL NEWS OF INDUSTRIES It transpired yesterday that a move meut is ou foot for a revision of the percentages of the anthracite coal com bination. The matter came up at tha last meeting of the sales auents, when a committee was appointed consisting of General manager Henderson, of the Hoadiujr Coal and Iron couniany; K Brock Ely. of Coxa Bros. & Co., and Mr. Watkinsoi Simpson &, Wat kins, representing tbe new unthracito operators' association. These gentle men are desired to arrange new per centages and report when their wont is finished. The last distribution of quotas was uiude nearly ten years ago. It did not have the binding force of that made by the old board of coutrol. Imt him nevertheless been generally ac cepted. The ontput was divided up aa follows: PulIauVlpbla and Reading 21 0.3 Lfcbtgh Valley J?1'7 New iloroer t'cutral la.W Delaware, Lack iwnuna and Western 15.54 Delaware and llmUou H'-O Pennsylvania ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 12 July 1894

8 THE KCKANTON TRIBUNE Til URSD AT MORNING; JULY 12, 1894; 'TMIE dreaded pneumonia or "prippc" is relegated to the rear, and "Old Sol" with his pen etratius; rays is a constant re minder that wo are candidates lor Hummer Attire. Underwear Except ion ill values in this depart ment. OooU were bought at clear init manufacturers' pricoa. Lisle Thread Vesta in white, ecru mid colon. Ralbriirgan Vests, FashionabU Ribbed Veita, Fintat Egviitiun Yarns. Giaaruer Vuata mid lu varieties Novolty und st-.pl'. Ginghams Tho printings on Ginphums are roconizad by nil connoisseurs a tbe highest art in ttixiile Dross Goods. Swivel Silk Ginghams, Pin Head nud Sliooherd'e Checks. Solid colors in fancy similes, stripes and diiiils, in wonderful varieties. Hosiery In these davs of improvement and perfection we should follow the thuai. The "lutt s'," costs uo ino.-e than the tiuie worn. ltuiaet eolor.i and tii us, drop stitch, lisle thread, blsck staples. Ail the iuiprova meuts iu solving und heeling. Cor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 13 July 1894

1K1HVM! M lIStUini KS going out of the oity fi.r 1 lie slimmer can have their favorite paper lout to tliem without extra charge. IN NOTIFYING US to chanc tho adilrc plcaso give the paper' old as well as lu new destination. EIGHT 1AGES--5G.V .iU31XS. SCUANTON. PA.. FRI1MY MOHNIXG. JULY 13. 'lS94. TWO CEXTS A COrY. HAS A LARGER' BONA HOE CIRCULATION AMI II THAN ANY PAPEO Tl TRIBUNE G SCRANM BUSINESS IE other horning BS SEASOH OF EXALTATION is j i ei Indications Ttat the End cf The Strike Is Not Far ay. THOUSANDS APPLY FOR WORK Eusincss About Chicago Begins to Show Signs of Returning Vitality. I FEW BUTCHERS JOIN THE STRIKE Yet at the Stock Yards All is Lire and Activity Ths Situallsn Improving Daily From PrcscnJ Appearances tho City Has No Further Need of Troops Trains aro Moving With Regularity and Business, Which , Has Deen in a Stnto of Stagnation, Degins to Display Signs of Life. Tho Work of the Grand Jury is Continued and Many Witnesses Ter'ify President Agrees to Ap point an Inv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 13 July 1894

TIIE SCKANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 13, 1594. ASE BALL Scranton Mealed Again by ths "Ancients" Located at Alleiilowu. FLANAGHAN HITJ3ITE FREELY Harrisburg Shut Out With Only One Hit to Her Credit by Pottsville. Hazleton Again Defeats Philadel phia and Lansaster Wins Another From Reading Standing of the Clubs National and Eastern League Results Base Ball and General Sporting Notes. ,s, HE heal of the State fsTTi I"""' league procession is :r&2-i A still held by Alleu ii AJv' 1 1 town, with four vie 5 torirs aud no de- 3 f-nta. Lancaster nnd ry PotUvilU are a tie VYy' for -second place, "43?''" ' woa an tn" '0,t' r respectively, while IlazMon, with two victories and two defeats, stands alone in fourth placo. Scranton, Hurrisbur;, Rending and Philadelphia are all a tie for fifth place, with one game won aui three lost to their credit. At Pottsville yesterday Hurrisburg was shutout by ths Pottsville team, being able to obtain only one bit ill' Fox's pitching. Allsntown took t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 13 July 1894

TITE SCE-AFTON TT?Tr5TJ!NE FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 13, 1S04. MATCHLESS SHAW: FIAHQ3. STELLE & SEELEY, 134 WYOMING AVE. vf.nr.n, snwv, i:!u.lisOV, IsKlV fcNOI.AND FINEST LINE IN THE CITY t'OS THE I 'Kit 12, KF.W AKI UCOM IIAKU AM. 1'RIC , ft Foe ta Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD -UKE Tan- And always have Good Bread. VANTJFACTTJRVD AND FOB BALE TO TIlLi TKAL'K Hi' Ilie Weston Mill Co, mm CF COUNTERFEITS ) THE HEMPiC, POFIilftR Punch CigarG HAVE THE B. 8t Co., nnrl'tnil rn Firih C'(ttf. C-arney, Brown & Co. Mfr'a. DR. H. B. WARE removed to 406 SPRUCE STREET, back of Dime Bank. NORTH END. Tha Domeslio Troubles of Mr. and Mrs. Ke.se Duvlea. With retrard to the rumors of the do mestic affairs of Reese Davies and his v.ifo, a Tltllil'NE reporter intervi -wed lira. Davies last evening, who informed I'm thht a warrant had been issued f' r Ueeso Duvies yesterday to appear V -fore an aldermHti to show causa why ho should not contribute to her eup- l-,rt. In furtlwr explanation! Mrs. Davis ii funned...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 13 July 1894

THE ECnASTTOTT Tl? I J J U3STE F I? I D A Y MOKNING. JULY 13. 1894. tfje gcranfon fcriBtme PUBtlSHtB flILY IK GCRNTO, P.. THf TniBUNi PuaLiaMiNo Company. C. P. KINGSBURY, OINL N Ktw Yo omen TiinuNt suiioiiie CHAV, MANAOCII. NTcnco T tmc Tornee at cmantom. CCOND-ClAB MAti MATTER. H.'KANTON. JULY 13, ISM. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Guwrnor: DANIEL H. HASTINGS, UfC'KNTKU. for Lituttnaut (li,rernnr: WALTER LYO, OF ALl.tUllKW. for Auditor General: A.VOS H. 5IYLIX, OF I.ANLASTKIl. lor Secretary of Ittr.nil Affair: JAMES W. LATTA, 111 IMIII.ADEI.rillA. UAI.VSHA A. OUOW, OK Sl'S(jOl:llANNA. OEOIUiE F. HUFF, Of WHTMOIlliLASU. Flection Time, Nov. ft The sooneh organized labor goti down to th bed rock principle thitt emy tub must stand fairly and flatly on it own bottom, the sooner will the industrial atmosphere be cleared of much hurtful misapprehension. The Quest ion of a Cure. It was to te expected that thia Debs strike would call fortti an abundance of legislative remedies. The mistuka i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 13 July 1894

THE SCTtANTON TIUHUNE-F RID AY MORNING. JULY 13. 185)1. .1 , 'One rounded vV if teaspoonfulof j l does more and better work J V. than a heaping . iV 1 v teaspoonful of others. :Fjj ' Cleveland E.-iUnj Powder Co., New York of uccetsor to ClevelndBrothe Norrman&MooreiyiEllOin FIRE INSURANCE 20 Wyoming Avenuo HEW GOODS-iH DIMITIES, JACONETTES, DOTTED SWISSES, DUCK SUITINGS, PRINTED ORGANDIES. fflears A Hagen ' 415 LACKA. AYE. DON'T Have your COLLARS starched in the old tray, when you can have thorn done with sofU 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 ol goods, and our prices are very low. I'll' 127 Wyoming Ave. Williams iAnulty CITY NOTES. Trjlmno reaitin lnnvliiK for thrlr Mimner'i vacation can have thoir favor ite paper unit to tliam nltliniii extra cott, by notlfvlu? this (ifttco of the de sired change In too paper's addrei-n. ' A diamond stud valued at $110 wa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 13 July 1894

THE fCI-AKTOX TEIEUXE-FIirDAT MORNING. JULY 13, 181)4. FULL OF GREAT GUNS WHERE UNCLE SAM'S RIFLED CAN- NON AP.E MANUFACTURED. Srltini; lianily to link.) h (ireat Navy Our Xr.tt-il Xijr Tan' Interesting Relic i'f Historic Oi.lli.-ta-TIie JAW if Vr IifrVatrlolfe Vj mIc. CorrfisponuoiiM.j Washington-, .Tnly 0. Tho navy yard ron of th'1 sdvlc si-ht-i uf Wasliiii ;n:i. 'Din ci.nv-pimili'nt puts in a day i'v-r.; soi'M Ki'r-T Ills fii.'!!11l'lir hero um .'i ; :i rnli' ivvrr jjivs in-:tr it nt;;iiii. I'iio nwr:it;n tiistfniuii visits it oneo !or liis c u s;i!:. and urc.i-iontilly thorn iftor to smi'iw it to visiting coiistii'iiciiK I'lu! visitow wli'i ivally enjoy it nro t!io imiris's from t!w proat in tori or, nino r.ir of t. ft (if whom u" vr kuv an ocean rtvl in ti'.cir lives or a cannon larger ;!nn tin' ordinary lieldi.'ieeo whiell soanlvy t"v.-iis nflli-'.n for tlui Fourth of Jn'y and other patriotic invasions. Av.ft how thry do enjoy it ! The litlUi lvptiv iiiir t-lii and it.-t neatl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 13 July 1894

TI1E SCI? ANTON TIIIETTNE FRIDAY MOHNIiro, JULY 13, 1894. GENERAL NEWS DF The exports of Amcrioan runnnfao tores during May reached $15,190,403, ami constituted 25.72 per cunt, of oar total exports. . Tha exports for eleven months ending with Mujr have been $168,500,571. or 20.71 percent, of the id till txports of tbe period. The ex ports for the corresponding eleven inonthu'endinj in May, 1S93, were only $1-12. 08a. 633, or 18 7 per cent, of the lulu! exports. The exports for the en tire twelve months of the fisoul yeiir will Teach about $183 000 000. which will be larger by $13,000,000 than the highest previous yer, and larger by a much greater amount than any o'ber year of Auiericuu exports of manufac tures. The percentile of manufac tures to other exports will also re lar ger thiiu in any other year, unless pos siuly in 1S77, whn the toUl exports were only $532,080,854, against a proh nl'lo total lor the prtsentyear of !?8T3, 000,000. Shipmeur of cotton cloths udvauci.il from $8...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 13 July 1894

8 TIIE SCE ANTON Tit IETTNE FRIDAY MORNING. JT7I.T 13, 1S9I. ' TMIK dreaded pneumonia or "grippe" is relegated to ilie rear, and "Old Sol" with his pen i trating Vays is a eonslaub- re minder that wo aro candidates for Siunnii'r Attire. ' Underwear Kxe-.-ptional values in this depart ment. Goods were bought at c!ar iui: manufacturers' price. L's!e Thread Vests in white, ecru mid colors. 1 !alhrk'i;an Vists, Fashionable. Ribbed Vests, Finest l'mptiau Yarns. Gossamer Vests mid iu varieties Novelty and staple. Ginghams liie printings on Ginghams are rcoOL'niz m1 by nil connoisseurs us tho Ititflifst Hit in toxtilo Press Hoods. Swivel Hillt Ginghams. I'm Head mill Sliooherd's (.'hecks. Solid colors in fancy hIhuImd, stripes ami plaids, in wonderful varieties. Hosiery In these dnvs rf improvement nnil perfection wo should follow the tun. Tho "lut'-.So" coats no inoro than the time worn. Kuaset colors and tans, drop stitch, lislo thread, black staples. All tlin improve ments in soloing un...

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