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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 July 1894

THE SCTiANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING. JULY 17. 18!) 1. ,1 "My Fig Cake is splendid; in -fact," says a young housekeeper, "it i$ almost too good. It seems as though I were making cake all the time for donations or church fairs or some committee. I tell them if they will foil w the recipe in your cook book and use Cleveland's Baking Powder they can make cake iust as nice as mine. I am sure I never made such cake before. Thanks both to Cleveland's baking powder and the cook book." The recipe boo': is sent free on receipt cf f tamp and address. Cu,k'iXA.ND Baking Powdkr Co.. Si S3 Fulton St., iN. V, Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue NEW GOODS IH DIMITIES, JAC0NETTE3, DOTTED SWISSES, DUCK SUITINGS, PRINTED ORGANDIES. sa ua gen 415 LACKJl AYE, DON'T Have your COLLARS starched In the old y, when you can have them done with lott, pliable Buttouholea tor TWO CENTS EACH. Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY If you want Carpets. Draperies. Wall Paper or .Window Shades, come to us. We hav...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 July 1894

THE C17AKTON TKIK'UKE 1 UJSSDAY MUIUNIJNfcr. JULY 17, 1S!)4. CYCLING ON THE WATER. A Tlirco Wlirclrd Miielihio I'or Locomotion nml I'lensnre at 8ra. Tlio trloyolo to rlilo on wntrr wns tho D:itur:tl oiileomo of the trioyolo for roiul ridliifr, which iniu'lilno Hindu a ntronpt bid tor jiuliliu fuvur In Knjrlinnl when tho bi tyclo ciimo Into ponovnl uso in ISTii. Tlio Ml her vumliiTftmii) thivp whirled 11m tUino, luiwrviT, had to i;ivo way to tlio bl pyrlc, and it in today practically out of Sate, so far us road traveling is concerned, Although there has been quite a K)lur(jo nuulewilh it on the water as a means of locomotion and pleasure. For this purpose, It has many points in its favor where u bl- LAND AND WAT till TtltCYCLK. ryclo would lwive lKiiie unless linked to a ruinboi'si'iiie system of bout. One of tho bitest noveltiriin this direct ion Is tho land nml water irieyele of Mr. (ieorgo l'inhert of (Jermauy. 'J'lie niacldno consists of a front steering Wheel, wldcli is made of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 July 1894

TIIE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 17, 1894. GENERAL NEWS OF . A better Inquiry for plt iron and manufactured material bti produced an improred feeling in the trade. Tlir low condition to which bnaiueas was brongUt ai a result of tbe coal itriltr nd tbe wngag disturbance in tbe Pitts burg district could not continue Ion tr, and a recovery was certain as eoon uj aggravation cHUaes were removed, The reuction has not been Anything like what is to be expectel in ordinary time, but it is still satisfactory. It is no ticeable tbnt many blast furnaces hare not resumed operations, although noiv insured of a steady supply of ooke. TV uiotithly canvass of furnaces showj 107 iu b'.ust ou July 1 with a weekly capa city of Sj.OjU tons, aitainst eipbtjr-elifjt furnace wit'.i a weekly capacity of 07. 617 tons oa June 1. ntit stocks haw r-Hcn reduced from C69.705 tons to 573, B&iton. It is generally accepted t'.mi the traile is taking wore iron tliats it lining made, while furnaees o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 July 1894

J IIE FCUANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORXING. ' JULY 17, 1894. Duck Suits M a Bo do our DUCK SUITS tho water, suit Until woiuvr nnil weather. Them's uo discomfort in tho fiory rays of a July sun wlion rollcctod Uncle from SUITS LIKE THESE Ladies' Duck Suits at $3, WOKTH 54. "Late' Duck Suits at $3.59, WOUT1I JI.50. Ladies' Dud Suits at $4, V CltTII S3. Ladies' Duck Suits at $5, wouth $u. I&odes a:D Our F.ishion Monthly for July, JUST OUT Describes a:id contains tlio leading fashions, latest dress ma terials, etc. Elevating and pleasing reading for tho home. Given away to those who call for it at our store. GORMAN'! OLD FORGE. of Do(er, N. Mits Soarles, of Dover, N. J., who was the guest of hor cdusins, the Misses hgbert, recoivcd a telegram on batur day evening annouocing that her father had been killed. Mrs. Thomas Berger, aftor ypendiiie two weeks with relatives here has re turned to her home in Cumberland, Md. The Presbyterian Sunday school of Drake's hall held their annual picnio ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 18 July 1894

- L "i. I- ffttif-iirrntt; trill "From the Ranks." "From the Ranks." "From the Ranks." EIGHT PAGES--36 CO LUPINS. SCIIANTOX. PA.. WEDNESDAY JIOKNIXG. JULY 18, 1804. TWO CENTS A COPY. S A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATIOOtiONG SO SS MEN THAN ANY OTHER PAPER r THE TRIBUNE HA RANTON BUSIME DEBS QUARTET TAKEN TO THE L The Strike Leaders Refuse to Give Bail oi Charge of Contempt Will Remain Bshiud the Bars Until Hearing oa SOIfiE INTERESTING DISPATCHES Evidence Produced Before Judge Seaman to Sustain the Charges Against the Prisoners Attorney Gregory's Presentation of the Case. Mr. Walker on Part of the Govern ment Delivers Hot Shot in the Di rection of the Parties Who Inter fered With the United States Mails. The Strike Generals are Escorted to Prison by Marshal Arnold and are Assigned Roomy Cells. UiM'.wio, Jnly 17. TilERE was ii huh annual climax lute this afternoon to the truti Ides that have disturbed railroad circles west of the Allegheny mountains during the pit three week when Preside...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 18 July 1894

THE SCKANTON TRIBUNE -WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 18, 1S94. ASE BALL Tlw Philadelphia Calls Defeated a Second Tini3 with Ease. THEY COULD NOT HIT YERKES The Lenders Turn tlie Tables on Hazleton and Win with a Narrow Margin Pottsville Takes a Game from Harrisburg and Lancaster Loses to Reading Standing of the State League Clubs Notes of the Diamond General Sporting News. ITM V-l,.-,0 nam or. lJH I iiuisitioo to tin Wf I nitouinu da u s r t- r - . . "... ineut ol tne ftcrnii ton club, in tlie box, tbu home club huii no diflicnlty in wiuuins tlie scoud guine fruiu tua l'liil ndelphiii ti)m ye trday, the visitor not beii:t "ble to olv liU erratic d- livBrv. Vv this vict ory mid the loss of a name by LaneHsti.r to Keadiiiff.Scranton u tit) with L ui enster (or second place. Allentown alto won a game from Ilazleton yesterdny, thu itrotiKtheiiing its position t th bend of the list. Should Allentown lose both today and tomorrow Scrau ton will be a tie with it for first pluc The other obuuges iu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 18 July 1894

TITE SCTJANTON TBIBUITE-WEDNESDAT JIOlf-JNlMO, OVLY IS, ISiU. 3 MATCHLESS SHAW.FIAHOB. 8TELLE & SEELEY, 134 WYOMING AJ2. V.nK.u, si 1 AW, KM 1.1SSON, NliWKNOLAND FINEST LINE IN THE CITY l'OR Til 15 PUK B. Wl .YV AND ll'.COMi II AM am. ruici .s GOOD BREAD -USE THE And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AXr FOTl SALE TO 'I UK TltADE 11V Ilie Weston Mill Co tEWARE n riMiiirpn RFEITS ) THE nFNIUNE POPULAR Punch Cii rars HAVE THE INITIOS B. St Co, firprintna nn Each fi'ttnr. Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. Mil.lti IIOIM. .'(Jl,! li DR. H. B. WARS removed to 406 SPRUCE STREET, back of Dime Bank. i'IiWSOAL. "Emm tlio Ranks." Judge W. P. Sadler, of Carlisle, is at the Wyoming. A. V. Dickson was a visitor to Carbon- diilo yesterday. (ioci-L"' 31. Hallstead is 00 ft bnsinoas visit to Bull'nlu. William Morris is spending a woelc re cuperntine; at Luke Wiuola. Miss Alice I)eppen, of the health depart ment is spoudiui; her vacation at Hones dale. John J. (irmly, of the Spruce Btroct firm of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 18 July 1894

4 TIIK SCKANTON .TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 18. 189. PUBUSHtO DAILY IN BCftaNTON, P., It THI TftllUM PUBtlCHINO COMPANY. C. P. KINGSBURY, ftlNIRAk MANAMA Niw Von Orrict I TmauMt Bonom. Quay, Mana.kn- Faana S. INIIMB AT THE PO.tOPPtCi AT .CAAMTON. tOUM'Wr. Jl-LY IS. lS'.U. RtPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Gui'vrnor: DANIEL II. HASTINGS, ir' I't.Vl'ER. For LUutmuiut llorrrnor: W.M.TEH LYON, or ALI.KUUUW. I vr Audita? Uenenil: AMOS II. MYI.1N, or LAMAsTUI. for Secretary of Ittriml .-iffnin: JAM F.S V. I. ATT A, Of I'llll.AUKI.I'IIIA. for ConyrfHiuft-at-lMrttr: UAI.lSHA A. (IROW, W srdyUKHANN A. UEOKUE F. IIC'KK. Ol' WLSTMUIIULANU. Klcctlou Time, Nhv. 0 Wr aki: sokuy that the Wilkes Uarre Times is angry at this journal for having tried to shield it from one of its blunders by not mentioning its name. Hut if it is disposed to be jeal ous of its reputation as a blunderer, we shall take pleasure hereafter in giv ing it a fool's full notoriety wheu we notice it at all. Archbishop Ireland S...

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

THE SCUANTON TMBIJNE-WEDNESDAY -'31UHNING. JULY 18. 1S!M. 3 Teachers of Cookery have critical audiences. 'Their cooking must be perfect. They can't afford to make any failures and in their work they must use the best. "I luve used Cleveland's llaliinjj Powder exclusively for seven-'. yc-vo, because I nave found it v.lv.t it .!a!i:ii. to be, pure and wIioU-miuk-. '1 In; results have been uuifur.uly .uii factory." Mary J. Lincoln, Author of t!u " Uosiou Cook Hook." " I prefer to use Cleveland's Baking Powder because I ci.nsi'l- r a per fectly wholesome and it has always given uiiii'oriu result-:." Carrie M. Dearborn, I.tiUJ'illi i.u'n- -.'i ll Ooi.'lg S.'itoi. "I r.m convinced Cleveland's is t'.e purest baking powder made, ami 1 lave adopted it exclusively ii yy roi'king schools a;id lor daily liou.wim'.d me." Snrzh T. Her, trincU.i! !' All on i:JiIiit: c'iv loading lynchers of Domestic Science Cleveland's Baking Powder. ji &" x'urc Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Av...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 18 July 1894

TITE FCTAXTON TETJVtTNE--WEDNESDAY aMOENllTG. JULY IS. 1SM. j, OUTING COSTUMES. The Suniiiiir Girl rroiniscit to Present Very l'lrtimniiiio Aippar.inro. As oiiMuur spurts tiro lnnro faslilonnlilo In summer tli.-aii oilier iiiiiiisrmi'iits wlileli Hqulru vlulHiruto iltvss, I !io tivi-rajji) young tvomiiti etui ui'ipiit'n iniini vi'iil styli) and timl liersi'lf mum iiiirnpriti!ly ilivsscil on Various invasions if n!w possesses mil) kihkI Outing I'ostiiiiio than Willi any ether bluylu Till'. NUHT.ST VAI'liriNfl COSTI MKS. pnwn. The yarlitiiiK season will scm bo at its hi'iglit, ami pretty praelieal piwim Bltitril to the requirements of thi' sport, wlilrli ean nl.-o Iv maile to ilo duty on rIhhv, ntv a ujieeial phase of summer fash Ions as reported in tin1 New York Sun. The new liavana lirown shares honors with tlio o'nl dark lilne, wliirli lias lieeoinii Kiieh a staple eolor for yaehlint? purposes. These minis, with white ami red serre and the new linens, f-'ive a plentiful variety of ...

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

TIIE SCKAXTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 18, 1804. GENERAL NEWS . OF INDUSTRIES The now electrical worki of the Westinghouse company, euet of Brlu ton itation, will be dedicated next Sep tember. Preparations Are being made for a red-lotter dar. as the comrmnv will not spare energy or money for its success, it nas ueeu urrnnt'-'a to Have the dedicatiou take place during the national encampment, and all the vet erans will bo Kiven nil invitntion to attend. Prebident Cleveland und tniinjr other notables con nected with the national govern ment will be invited, and llon.'fliomtg B. Heed will be asked to make an ad dress. The wires of the Vstinjrhovne employes in the Pittsburg shops will serve the 3i iner, and it will be spread on tables iu the upper stories uf the new Driuton works. There are to be a uuiaber of bands of music; the dec orations will be complete and the elec trical display will be worth goiug utiles to see. These works are perhaps the largest elestrical worki iu the ...

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

THE FCI? ANTON TRTBUNE-EDESDAT MOUXrNG. 1UI,V Severa! Summer Specials 50c. Women's Laundered Shirt Waists in a largo variety of fityles; turn-over collars and shield fronts. Reduced from iS,"c. and 29c. Womcn'sWovcii Cheviots and Shirt Waists. Several different styles and materials, tucked bad; and front. Sold earlier for s and $1.25. Jaconet Duchess A special lino, of choico styles and colorings. These hand some new lawns have been the particular favorite hero for a intuitu past and each day they are vhown adds to their opnlaiity. 12 l-2c. the yard. 'ually beautiful are I lie French Lawns and about one-third tho French price. Frinted Percales, 8c. Superior linisli and quality attractive coloring, made to sell for 12 l-2c. Lace Stripe Ginghams, 15c From Ihu best Scotch makers: brought across tho ocean to sell for 2.1c. Standard Black Hose arratueu not to crock; nor stain the feet or underwear Kvery pair not answerin;' this irunianteo may be returned and the purchase money will be re...

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

r-. "From the Ranks." "From the Ranks' See Saturday's Tribune. Sea Saturdays Tribune, From the Ranks." "From "the Ranks." See Saturday's Tribune. See Saturday's Tribune. . , - .A ' EIGHT PAGE! tfiJi COLUMNS. SCRAXTON. PA.. THURSDAY MOKNIXG. JULY 11). 1S04. TWO CENTS A COPY. oitnti . -- , THE TRIBUNE HAS SITUATION if . STRIKE The Leaders Fass a Quiet Day la Cook County Jail. PULLIYIAN SHOPS TO BE OPENED But There Is No Rush for Positions from the Ranks of Former Employes-Debs and His Companions in Prison Are Visited by Hundreds of Sympathizers and Wear Their Honors Gracefully General Miles Receives Orders ' to Withdraw Troops. Chicago, July 18. THE Erst whole duy spent by tbe quartet of American Railway union officers in the jail of Cook county wasa quiet one.althougU tho interne heat mJ their voluntary imprisonment decidedly uncomfortable. Part of the afternoon was spent outside the jail walls in the office of fc. S. Orr ery, one of their counsel. They have meals served to order fro...

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

2 THE SCI? ANTON TPIBTJNE THURSDAY MORNING.' JULY 19, 1S94; ASE BALL AHentown literally Snowed Under Three-base Cits and Borne Runs. KING KELLY NOT IN IT AT ALL Lancaster Succumbs to Pottsville, Reading to Harrisburg and Phila delphia to Hazloton Standingof the Clubs Schedule for Today Na tional and Eastern League Results. Glints from the Diamonds Bicycle Notes. CKANTON'S victory rTTTTrlV ver AHentown yes over AHentown yes torday oud the loss 4jX'ifAVY caster to Pottfivill-, Z 'HhV euBblod the home tenin to become the solo poasmor of secnnd pluce, while Pottsvillo forces Lanouster into fourth place, itself moving tip into third position. Iiuzle ton ecd Ilarriaburjf were the other winners of Stati Iciiuue games yester day, both clnuj still remnioing a tie for firth place. Ruadltijr and PhiUdel phln bring ap tbe rear iu the order miiofd. Should Scrunton dnplicate her ef forts of yesterday, she will he n tie for first place with Alleutown. The following table Rives ths per. centimes of...

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

lliJi bCliAIviujtf TlaiJLTJSij; TJUUliSJJAY MOliJSiNljr. JUL.!' li), 181M. MATCHLESS SHAW PIANOS. STELLE 4 SEELEY, 134 WYOMING AV2. SHAW, i:mi:ksoN, NV ENGLAND FINEST LINE IN THE CITY I'OK THIS PKKB, MEW AND ECOM) HANI) ALL I'ltH 1 S GOOD BREAD -VSE THE And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO THE TKADE lit The Weston ill Co, EEWARE C? COUNTERFEITS ) THE GENUINE POPDUa Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G., B. 8t Co, Imprint ml in Each fl'tlar. Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. HOI K MJL AUfcL DR. H. B. WARE removed to 406 SPRUCE STREET, back of Dime Bank. PERSONAL. Dr. Gibbons is in Philadelphia. E. J. Fili is visiting iu Syracuse. Mrs. Kate E. Wilcox is visitinj in Cov ington, Ky. Mis. L, B. Powell is homo from a visit ninoD? Pen Yan frieaos. F. C. Hand, of this rity. mid Harry Vreeland, of Suiamiinco, N. Y., are outing at lake (juiusiginoud. MissFIiza V. Brown, of 2Jo. 410 Taylor avenue, bus left Tor a two weeks' sijourn at LulTuln ami Niagara Falls. Hurry C. Hall and .M...

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

cranfon CrtBune PUBUIMCO DAILY IN SCBUNTOH, P IT THf TmauM PuinsHiNO Company. C. P. KINGSBURY, OfNIIOL . NrwVeaROmctt Tmeum Buhdim. ran . Ca.v, hmmim tNTCRCD T YMI WBiamCI AT MP.NTOII, BICONft-CLAOS MAtk MATTfH. tu:A:; jil; iu. iv. Rtr'UBLION VAr'iZ. TICKET. For (lOivrmir: IMXIKX II. HASTINGS, iK 'iw n;u. for mtoimif ! n mrr: W AM' Kit i.YoN, OK ALI.UilU.NY. For Auditor OViiml: AMOS H MYUN, or l.ANcAiTuri for Srrrftarit f lhrirl .if'Vir. JAjWKS W. I.ATl'A, i ik i im.Ai'Ki.i'iin. For C 'oniirV'iM(M''i -at-l..t UAIA'SHA A. 11 HOW, OK SI SvUKIIA XSA. ClKOUCi; F. VU.TF, OK Wl:sTllllii:i.AM). Flection Tinii-, 0 "No man, in liii individual right, ran lawfully demand uud insist iihii conduct by others wliicli will lend to nu Injury to n, third ierxcii'g liisvful rights." -J udi;o(iiiiSMi'up'H chnrgi. This Is No Tima for n Strike We trust Unit the PitMuirK Dispatch is misinformed when it credits to the Amalgamate! Association of lion anil Kteel Workers au intention of imuigu rating, on Augu...

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

'illlu feci.AiYiOfi 1 litJuJiS Jb. j liU liSlAY--MOltN LNr. JuU Itf. irt:J. ft All leading teachers "Ci F BAKING Always makes light wholesome food. Vre.-W faking KwJtr C:, Xf-u V;i, iucnwr to Cl.-jt.nJ Unthcrt. Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenu " HEW GOODS iH DIMITIES, JACONETTES, DOTTED SWISSES, DUCK SUITINGS, PRINTED ORGANDIES. Mears & Hagen 415 LACKA. AVE, "dont'" Hare your COT. LARS starched in the cM way, when yon can have them, done wttb sof tillable Buttonholes for TWO CENTS EACH. Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY If you want Carpets. Draperies, Wall Paper or Window Shades, come to us. Wc have a full line of goods, and our prices are ery low. 1!L7 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. Tribune i-oBihr; leaving- for tlilr sntuiner's vncntloii can have Hielr favor- ili gin p i- iit to thm without extra riit, hy iiolll'vjn llil ofilre ot the tie- .Irttrl cliaitgtM Iti thv pjitiir's uillreit. There wtil be a regular nieetinirof Select C'i'iiicil to-night. Ii. 15. Potter, of Hyde Par...

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

THE . bCUAlx LON iltlliUNETllUUSDAV JiOJttllttU-. JULI JTJ. 18VJ4. PERSONAL GOSSIP. Mr. Ward McAUiator will occupy the Lyman cottage at Newport thin season. ' Bruno Gunsel of Chicago has tho ver itable slolgh in which Napoleon made his terrible flight out of Russia. Sir William Ilarcourt will rotiro from tho lower court ut tho cud of the pres ent session and bo elevated to tho house of lords. W. IL Wallace, who was niado post master of Jefferson, 0., by President Jnckson 110 years ago, is still holding tho ofli.ee. Ho is 84 years of ago. Tho Marquis of Salisbury goes so lit tlo into society that it is said lie was ac tually unacquainted witli sonio of the, subordinate members of his Into cabinet Tho Princess of Wales has seut a birthday gift in the form of a shilling for every past birthday to Mrs. Sarah Thomas, uged 1015 years, tho oldest lady iu Wales. Jlrs. Eva M. Blackmail, who is the police commissioner of Leavenworth, Kan., is the editor and proprietor of u Populist paper call...

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

THE S(JRANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY CORNING, JTTLY 19, 1S94. GENERAL NEWS OF INDUSTRIES Aottirncite conl having; rtojntly o cmnulatad at tidewater oa account of the dull tradu tlio gules agnU bald a meeting yesterday to consider it naw bails for anuiuier' production. It lmd been. Hgreod in June to produco 8.50'), 030 lous in July. This, oupnt bus been cWu.ioiutra.teil to lie excesaive to those companies whose stock hav Rrown under it. They wished to reduce the output, Companies siippiyitijr western customers opp.isml a reduction, becau.-m thvy cuu uow sell all tUat is iniued. The two interest could not agree, nud DOtliiut; wua done. Horn of the tide water iigents thought their companies mixht eease opsrutious uutil the stock In baud could be sold. Stephen Crane' article' in McClnro's MagHZine for Augmt t;ives a (rood idoa if it uovice's ini(ro8sion9 "In the Depths of a Coal Miuo. Witness this extract: 'id our tirit mine we speed ily lost all idens of time, direction, dis tance. The whole...

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

TIIE SCEANTON TRIBUNE TmrRSDAY MORNING.' JULY 19,' 1894.' Several Summer Specials 50c. Women's Laundered Shirt Waists in a largo variety of styles; turn-over collars and shield fronts. Reduced from 85c. and $1. 29c. Wonien'sWovcn Cheviots and Shirtwaists. Several different styles and materials, tucked hack and front. Sold earlier for 1 and $1.25. Jaconet Duchess A special lino of choice styles and colorings. These hand some new lawns have been the particular favorite here for a month past and each day they are thown adds to their popularity. 12 l,-2c. the yard. Equally beautiful are the French Lawns and about one-third the French price. Printed Percales, 8c. Superior finish and quality, attractive colorings, made to sell for 12 l-2e. Lace Stripe Ginghams, 15c From the best Scotch makers; brought across tho ocean to sell for 25c. Standard Black Hose Warranted not to crock nor stain the feet or underwear. Every pair not answering this eruarautee niav be returned and the purchase money...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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