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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 20 July 1894

"From the Ranks." "From the Ranks." See Saturday's Tribune. See Saturdays Tribune. "From the Ranks." "From the Ranks." See Saturday's Tribune. See Saturday's Tribune. EIGHT PAGES- CO COLTJaiJf tBiLi'L- SCRANTON. PA.. FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 20, 1894. TWO CENTS A COPY. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SCRANTON BUSINESS ME N THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER feSr ..AAiL x . f .... . S T His Position Dcflacd la a Letter to Represen titive William L. Wilson. INCONSISTENCIES POINTED OUT The Idea That the President Is Luke warm on the Tariff Question Is Dispelled by a Letter Calculated to Brace Up Reformer Wilson Thinks Democratic Pledges Should Be Fulfilled The Hope of tho Party Hinges Upon Tariff Reform How The Letter Was Received. Washington-. Jnlv 19. MEMsE Interest wis created by Mr. Wilson's announcement in the rfuua today that htt Lad a lette from President Cleveland, which the Inner bad permitted to be uide public. Tit Intter wan sent to the des Hnd read, amid profound...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 20 July 1894

THE SCKANTON THIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 20, 1894. BASE BALL Br, Kelly Is Now Convinced That His Team Has. a Peer. NARROWLY ESCAPE A WHITEWASH Scranton Puts Up a Magnificent Article) of Call With Hodson In tho Box Other State League Summar iesStanding of tho Clubs Na tional and Eastern League Results. Notes of the Diamond Bicycle and General Sporting News. LLENTOWN and bcruiitou Kre uow H tie for first plno .1 it... r."-'f TTW mine race lor win iClHS tat Leajrne ctaatu- r-. plnnnliip of the sec ond seimon, bat the bcrantou force will have to keep up their excellent work of the iut week if they wish to mail) taiu their euviable pueitiou, as Allen- town the coming week will lace the conceded weaker clubs of the League, while Scranton will do battle with the etronnor ones. la the other State leajju") contest yesterday Ilazletou succeeded in re tiring Manager Randall' Philadelphia colts without a run, while Lancaster turned the tables on l'ottsville and Reading defeated Harriaburg. The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 20 July 1894

ii-ix. ktn'iOii 'liaxLJjNXi xxiliJAjL lOxiaSljS Or. JUL! iiU, IStfl. MATCHLESS SHAW PIANOS. STELLE & SEELEY, 34 WYOMING AVE. PIANOS VBER, SHAW, EMEUSON, NEW ENGLAND FINEST LINE IN THE CITY FOR THE PRICED ' HEW AND SECOND II AND ALL I'ltlCICS GOOD BREAD -USE THE- And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO THE TRADE BY The Weston ill Co, EEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS THE 6EHUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G.t B. & Co., fmprlntM nn Earth Cigar. Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. COUKT HOUaH bUL'AKK. DR. H. B. F U removed . j 406 SPRUCE STREET, back of Dime Bank. PERSONAL. Py your gat bills today and save the dis count. S. B. Coston is at Lake Ariel. Postmaster Vandlinj is home from Erie. Rev. N. F. Stahl has gone to Sonthport, Conn., on a visit.' Morris aud Sol Goldsmith are enjoying the ocean breezes at Atlantic City. The Misses Mame and Tress Wisner are Visiting Miss Bevans, of Adams avenue. The Misses Geary, of Franklin avenue, are entertaining Mrs. Doherty an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 20 July 1894

4 THE SCRANTON TltlJiTJNE FRIDAY MOKNINC. J UJL.Y 20, 1894, J t$i gcwnfon triBtme Published daily in 6cnton, Pa., TMl Yribun Puilishino Company. t. P. KINGSBURY, oiauu Hal. HiwYoOrneti Taiauxc Iuimin. Chat, Manaqkh KNTKHCD AT TMl MTOfFICt AT CUMTOII. ICONB'CLABB MAIL MATTKN. tllUSTON, JULY 2J. 1H. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Cotvmor; DANIEL, II. HASTINGS, CKNTKIU J or LUuteuaiit r.'oivrwir: WAI.TKK LYOJf, (il'ALl.tiilltNV. 1 or Auditor tlnu-ml: AIOS II. 3IYI.IN, Of I.ANCASTKIt. lor Secretary of lltrn il Affnirs; JAJIKS W. LAT'l'A, ' Of rillLAMEI.I'lllA. or Coiif restm en tit-La ry : oAi.rsHA a. enow, OFSlSljUKIIASNA. OKOROE i Hl'FP, or Wt3l.M0ltKLA.su. Election Time, v. ft The fact that the slayer or Eman uel Loro, after the commission of one of the niost brutal crimes on record, is yet at liberty, altbrds a striking ex ample of the inadequacy in this county of the present machinery for the ap prehension and arrest of foreign-born criminals. No Occasion for Sneers. We are pained to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 20 July 1894

THE SCRAETON, TEIUUIsE FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 20. 185)1. .1 1 i I No fear of K f . failure in making sx bread and cake if you use If always makes light, wholesome food. f Pure" and "SureT Norrmanfi Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 WyomlngAver.ua SEW GOODS JI DIMITIES, JACONETTS3. DOTTED SWISSES, DUCK SUITINGS, PRINTED ORGANDIES. Mears k Hagen 415 LACKA, AVE. Eavo your COLLAltS starohM in the ol4 way, when you cn have thom done with oft, Cllable Buttonliolus for TWO CENTS KACU. 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. 127 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. Trlbtine rsailrr. leaving; for thtr unimer's vncittinii can haw their favor it piipnr aent ti tlirm nllhout extra cunt, by notifvlnq- this ulllce if the de- Ireil cbaiieea In the pair'a adclrom. A srerial meeting ot the board ot control win ie nem monuay nigiit. There will be a mooting of the Presii f Inb Saturday evening at b o'clock. Eve...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 20 July 1894

6 'l tL,iii xOjS 'xlixli'Uisiu h liliiAi' iiiOltiSiJSa. JiJx' -0, 10JJ4. LACE AS A TRIMMING. It I Been on Gown, Capes, lints, Bonnets ' and Almost Everywhere. Lac holds a prominent place In summer fashions. It trims gowns and capes. It figures largely in bau and bonnets and is made up into all sorts of pretty accessories that may be worn with any costu e. Wide and narrow applied bands of gu ure are still a favorite mode of decoration, while black net bauds are used bearing a heavy pattern worked in silk or spangles. This flat application of lace shows the heavy-varieties to great advantage. ' Sometimes the entire bra'c of the bodice Is covered with guipure, the fruit haviug figara jacket pieces or being ' otherwise BODICE TRIMMED WITH LACE. adorned with the same lace. This Is a very effective style of trimming and gives an ap pearance of elaboration at thu cost of little trouble. .Not only are black, white and ecu laces worn, but various shades of de cided yellow, ranging from straw...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 20 July 1894

THE SCRAN TON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 20, GENERAL HEWS OF INDUSTRIES Tb decision of Judge Fell of the su preme court, deoyiQg absolutely all tbe claims or the plaintiff in tbe celebrated salt of William L. Lance sgnlnst t ie Lebigh and Wllkrg-Burre CohI com pany ends a litigation of general inter est On October 21, 1871. William L. Lance leased to Tbos. Brodrlck, Tbos. D. CoDyngbam and T. Frank Walter, tbelr executors, administrators and assigns, all tbt coal npoo and under, upwards of etgbty-eigbt acres of land in tbe borough and township of Ply mouth, at a royalty of 23 cents per ton of 2.240 ponnds for all ooal passing over a screen of a flre-elgntb inch mess. Tbe lease was suhs.quently assigued to tbe Lebigh and Wilkes-Barre Coal company. Tbe returns made by tbe Lebigh and Wilkes-Bure Coal com pany not bing satisfactory to Lance, in June, 1890, be instituted proceed ings against tne coal oompany for cer tain amounts wbicb be claimed due vJilm. He claimed a royalty of $121, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 20 July 1894

8 THE SCnANTOH TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING.' JTJLY 20, 1894." Several Summer Specials 50 c. Women's Laundered Shirt Waists in a large variety of styles; turn over collars and shield fronts. Reduced from 85c. and $1. 29c. "Women'sWovcn Cheviots and ShirtWaista. Several different styles and materials, tucked back and front. Sold earlier for $1 aud $1.25. Jaconet Duchess A special lino of choice styl es and colorings. These hand some new lawns have been the particular favorite here for a mouth past and each day they are shown adds to their popularity. 12 l-2c. the yard. Equally beautiful are the French Lawns aud about oue-third the French ', price. Printed Percales, 8c. Superior finish aud quality, attractive colorings, made to ,: sell for 12 l-2c. Lace Stripe Ginghams, 15c " From the best Scotch makers; ' brought across the oceau to sell for 25c. Standard Black Hose Warranted not to crock nor stain the feet or underwear. Every pairnot answering this guarantee may be returned and the purcha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 July 1894

T-YelYG Pages Today, and not a dull line in one of them. Read the first chapters today of , . . , . CAPTAIN KING'S NEW STORY. Ttt?T TWELVE PAGES-84 COLUMNS. SCRANTON. PA., SATURDAY MORNING. JULY 21, 181)4. TWO CENTS A COrY. A LARGER BONA FIB NESS HEN THAN ANY PfrolllSli 9SKtsf FlPiltlc THE TRIBUNE IMS E CIRCULATION AhlONG SCRANTON BUSS OTHER MORNING PAPER f SENATORS MAKE 001 VIBRATE Caustic Interchange of Opinions Apropos or tho President's Unique Latter. THE LAIP.B AND HON LIE DOWN Senator Hill, in an Earnest Speech, Comes to Grover Cleveland's Res cue and Is Pr omptly Riddled by Mr. Vest for His Inconsistency and In sincerityOther Senators Give Vent to Intense Feeling, and the Battle Rages Furiously Until Adjourn ment. Washington, July 20. THE senate toJuy wan the theater uf a great oratorical display which w:is witnessed Hint en joyed by au immense audience, composed of senators, members of tuo lowr house und spectutjrs in the gal leries. Tbo occasion was the presenta tion oC tbe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 July 1894

THE SCI? ANTON TT?IBT7NE-SATUDR A Y MORNING. JULY 21, 1S94. BASE 3 ALL Wo Win Again, This Time by Again Defeat hi Hazlclou. ALLENTOWN BESTSPHELADELPHIA Pott3villa Victorious Over Lancaster, Whlla Harrisburs Takes Reading; Into Camp Standing of tho Clubs. National and Eastern Lsap;ue Sum nmrics Glints from the Diamond. Cicyclo Nosvs and Concr.il Sporting Notes. CKAXTON and A'- nixn'. ll'lltOWIl WiT.) IHlCIl winiitM in yester day' State L-.'inii'' Contest, lllul there fore tho tie Tor first jil.'t'rt remains un broken, l'ottsvillt' in tlie mean t i in h nlao imttini; lots of Binder into its wor!;, llllil tile U:SS of II gnmo by eitlior of the leaders will nar row the small now existing be tween first uiid second place. The other wiuners ye-ster liy were l'ottrvillp, who i.s now iu second pi o-?. mill linrriliury;, whleli, witli Lancaster mill H.izl-i iii, bnvo honors evenly ill video1 for tliini place, followed by Uo.id iyir and l'liiUdulpbiu iu t'.ie order as tllllllill The following...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 July 1894

n THE SCTiANTON 1TJBUNE-SATURDAY MOItNIH". JULY 21. 18174. MATCHLESS SHAI PIAHOS.. STELLE & SEELEY, 134 WYOMING AVE. S II AW, KM i: It SON, MW ENGLAND ffflEST LINE IN THE CITY POR THE PKICE, HEW AND (ECOND HAM) ALL PRICES twos A Foe io Dyspepsia y GOOD BREAD -USE THE- And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AXD FOB SALE TO THE TUADE BY The Weston III Co IEWARB G? COUNTERFEITS ) THE BFNUINF. POPULftB Punch Cigars HAVE THE miTUlS G.. B. & Co., n'nri'iiii m Krhh (Vnar. Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr'3. t. ii.i HOI vi: MJl'AKK. DR. H. B. WARE removed to 406 SPRUCE STRE3T, back of Dimo Bank. IMPOHIhAIT 1Y.Ai.0niC fcViNTa. They Will Bi He d at Farvlew and at Saratoga. Local Masonic circles are interested in two events which will rcrnr in th iir-iir fuiur-', the couciiivt) of the Grand Command- ry of l State of Nw York lit b;iriitoB'u, S-pteiuber 10 to 13. inclus ive, and the r-union at Furview Aug ust 2. Ii h expected that ii party of p?rliupi fifty 1HTHOH3, composed of sir ici.ii-h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 July 1894

THE SCTIANTON TKIJJUNE-SATURDAY MORNING. JULY 21. 1894. $(Je l&cwnfon Zxihwz PuBlltHCO DAILY IN SCAANTON, P., 9T TBI Tribun Puolishinq Company. E. P. KINQ33URY. OINCRAL MAMMS. NiwVoak Officii Tsuutis Boiidimb. Quay, Manaoch frank 8. INTF.IIIB AT TH FOATOFFICt AT .CAANTOII, f COND'CLAtS MAIL MATTE. M'liANTO.V. JULY 31. Mil, REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. tor Gui'friior: UAMFL II. II VKTIN'OS, Or' I I .M'KII. lor LUvtinaitt (I' tmu r: W.U.I Kit i .YON, of 1 Aix:i;:it.Y. lur Auditor 7i nrml: A5IUK II. MVt.lN. 01 l..N'ATI.X for Secretary ' rfil ...'''ir. JAMi: W. I. ATI' A, 1F 1 ' 1 1 I I . A 1 I I 1 F 1 1 V. lor ConwcAyneti -at-I n ;: liAl.l'SIIA A. illi 'Y, Ol' Kl'Sl.'lTKIIANSA. (U'OKCK V. WWW or w KvrMnui:i-M. I:lfCtlim Timi', Ni'i. The FoiiMAi. cmII I'fthc Hi'iHiWioiUi county I'lmimilU'i', tlirmiirli i is rhiiir nmn, 1). Y. Powell, for uVle.iio i'U c tions on Sept. 1, fia- tin' si'Ui'tion of representatives to the 1! ivi llu':iti county convention on Sept. -t, i lu--compauicil, elsewh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 July 1894

THE SCKAKTUK TK1J1UJN E-SAIUHUAr JUU1UN1JNU-. JUir L'l, 181M. , "Emphatically "Pure" and "Sure." The strength comes fron: cream of tartar and sochi only, no ammonia, no alum. - It docs the most work and the best work, and, best of all, it is perfectly -wholesome. CUvcland Baking I'ejuJir Co., A'w IX', Succtmr tt CUvtUni Biethift, Norrmanfi Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue HEW GOODS iH DIMITIES, JACONETTES, DOTTED SWISSES, DUCK SUITINGS, PRINTED ORGANDIES. Mears & Hagen 415 LACKJL AVE. Ht your COLLARS ittrcbed In tha old war, when yon on have them done with eof pliable Buttonhole tor TWO CENTS KACUU 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 ilMnollf 127 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. Charles P.. Xetils the new police officer was twora iu yesterday morning and did duty yesterday. The Thirteenth reeiment rifla range will be closed today as a picnic will take pl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 July 1894

THE ECEANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING; JULY HI. 189.4. GENERAL NEWS OF Although there was an luorewe dnr Ipg tha mooth of June of nearly a third in tha weekly production of pis iron and tba consumption in tha manufac ture wta utarly SO. 000 toot par week greater than the oatput of furuaoti, it is questionably says Dun. whether any fnrtber improvement has yet occurred lo July. Many of the western establish ments were stopped bacauae the block ade of railroads cat off their supplies of fuel, and hare not yet ventured to re sume. Others west tf Pittsburg have been inactive becnuse the cosl strike continues, and the limited production scarcely suffers for the neuds of the works near at band. Behind till other embarrassments there is a reasonable narrowness of demand for finished pro ducts. In all quarters there is inuoh disappointment because after the stop page of works for months, there ap peurs scarcely demand enough to keep supplied the establishments now in operation, little more t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 July 1894

THE SCHAETON TitlJilJA'E-SATUliDAY -MOEXIJfa... . JULY 21. 18!4. 1IIS FIRST LAW CASE, HOW DANIl.'L WEBSTER BROUGHT , SOME SELECTMEN TO TIME. D Was a Vouui; Student in the Law Ollice of Judge Ihompnn In Eoacawen. The Story Told by the Son or the En gineer Who Built an Old Turnpike Roud. I can probulily furnish to readers Daniel Webster's earliest experience in mnnnKinK a difficult lef ;al cilso. I Rive it on the au thority of my father, for tlio scene dates back to 1805. At that period there wits no rockI road from what were called the "Ports," to wit. the towns of Huston, Salem, Xewburyport nnd I'ortsmoutli, through the State of New Hampshire to the Connecticut river at the point now known aw White Hiver Junc tion. The menu of communication were so wretchedly bad that the merchants could not send goods to the interior ocept Bt a treat inconvenience. '1,'ho Lef;i!l:ituro of New Hampshire linally chartettHl thu "Fourth New Hampshire Turnpike" to lie constructed over the route mentione...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 July 1894

THE FCEKTCN TPIBITNE SATURDAY MORNING. JULY 21, 1894. A M m Social ..,,,,,,. V ' Twcuty-flve closed bouses on Jeff t Bon aveuue ulnn to any nothing of a compxritiive nuuiner of ilesertodboui" In oilier reaulentul streats. Uusufll cii'ut baii for n fitting requiem to- !' Bunt? over sumuier guietiea which lire now but dim memories. Tut're is uo known pestilence in Scran ton, uvitbur is it, wittiesnlnu a reign of terror, nor is it the scenu of unarchial atrifo but it's liot, it hut been hot and it will be hot. Walk where you will ubout the resi dence localities and it will be found that the mansions are closed or are in cbnrji of keepers, while the families are basking at pleasure resorts where the sunshine is tempered by cool breezes. It has been truthfully suid that Scranton is uot a city for enjoyable summer recreation, though its environ ments receive and are ?n joyed by u large number of vacationists and per manent tummor visitors. This fact nevor seemed more forcibly proven nor s...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 July 1894

THE SCKAHT02T TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 21, 1S94. NEWS ins Compendium of Intelligence Relating . Scranton's Religions Activities. to THE WORK OF THE SOCIETIES International Convention of Christian Endeavor Worker at Cleveland. What the Paatora of the City Churches Are Doing Services to be Held In the City Churches To morrow. Notwithstanding the anxiety of many hearts, that the railroad strike would interfere with the luternation conven tion of Christian Endeavor workers at Cleveland, we are glad to learn tbat no preceding convention eqtulieJ the thirteenth, held on Jnly 11, 13. 13. 14 and 15, in the city by the lake. When the yonng people are enthused they do cot counsel with their fears, and last week over 19.000 Endeavours crowded into the city from other states and took possession of it to such an extent that for a ff w days all aeeonnts ot the strike were nearly lost sight of. The address of welcome wss given by Governor MvKmlwv, of Ohio, who, catching the significance of t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 July 1894

10 THE SCBANtfON TRIBUNE SAlTJDllAY MOItNTNGr.' JULY 21, 1594; .ifliCMTIO94BYYKt,:j..8.lll',trtC0Tr Cfix CHAPTER 1 A strange thing happened at tho old fort during tho still watches of tlio night Even now, at 9 in the morning, no one seemed to bo in possession of tho exact circumstances. Tho officer of tho day was engaged in mi investigation, and all that appeared to bo generally known was tho buld statement that tho BOntry on Ko. 5 had tired at somebody pr other about half after 15; that ho had Bred by order of tho officer of tho day, who was on his post at tho time, and lb at now ho flatly refused to talk about fiie matter. Garrison curiosity, it is perhaps neod lees to say, was rather stimulated than lulled by thifl announcement. An un usual number of oflioers were chatting about headquarters when Colonel May uard came over to his office. Several ladies, too, who had hitherto shown but languid interest in the morning music of the band, had taken tho trouble to stroll down to the o...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 July 1894

THE SCBAKTON TRIBUNESATURDAY MORNING. JULY 21, 1894. 11 Fill THE MHS Continued From Page 10. brought him closo to the culprit a tall, slender shadow. "You villain I Halt!" Down went the ladder on tho dusty road. Tho hand that Chester had clinch ed upon tho broad shoulder was hurled aside. Thero was a sudden whirl, a lightning blow that took tho captain ull in the chest and staggered him back A U'jhtnlmj llow took the captain full in Vic enesi. upon tho treaclierous and entangling rungs, and ere ho-could recover Jiimsdf tho noiseless stranger had fairly whizzed into space and vanished iu tho darkness up tho road. Chester sprang in pursuit. Ho heard tho startled challenge of tho sentry and then Loary's excited "Halt, I sav! Halt! aim then be shouted: "Fire on him, Leary! Bring him down!" Bang I went tho ready riflo with sharp, sullen roar that woko tho echoes across tho valley. Bang! again as Leary sent n second shot after tho first. Then as tho captain camo panting to tho spot thev f...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 July 1894

THE SCItANTOJT TItlBUNE-SATXJBDAY MOKNINW. JULY 21. T8!M; Several Specials 50c. Womou'B Laundered Shirt "Waists in a large variety of styles; turn-over collars and shield fronts. Reduced from 83c. and 81. 29c. Womcn's'Woven Cheviots and Shirtwaists. Several difi'ercut Btyles and materials, tucked back and front. Sold earlier for 81 and 81.25. Jaconet Duchess A special lino of choice styl es and colorings. These hand some new lawns have been the particular favorite here for a month past aud each day they are thown adds to their popularity. 12 1-2C the yard. Equally beautiful are the French Lawns and about ono-third the French price. Printed Percales, 8c. Superior finish and quality, attractive coloring, made to sell for 12 l-2c. Lace Stripe Ginghams, 15c From the best Scotch makers; brought across the ocean to sell for 23c. Standard Black Hose "Warranted not to crock nor stain the feet or underwear. Every pair not answering this guarantee may be returned and the purchase money will b...

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