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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 25 July 1894

f-CEAKTON TKI 1 1 UN E WE DNE S DAY AlUUiNlJNU-. JULY iio. 1SJM. rounded fSi spoonful ofViia- V Woei tetter Voik" v Vthan a heapm ' of others. Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenuo NEW GOODS IH DIMITIES, JACONETTES, DOTTED SWISSES, DUCK SUITINGS, PRINTED ORGANDIES. Hears t Hagen , 4I5 IMA, AYE. DOHT Have your COLLARS starohed In the old Kay, when yoa oan have them dune with soft, Wable Buttonholee (or TWO CENTS EACH. Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY If you want Carpets, Draperies Wall Paper or Wind Shades, come to us. We have a full line of goods, and our prices are very low. , Williams k McAnully 12,7 Wyoming Ave. To my friends: I hereby announces that I' will be a candidate for the nomi nation of district attorney, before the Republican County convention. JOHN R. JONES. CITY NOTES. Tribune reniltn leaving f.ir their miuinuT'. vncullnu cun lmvu tlielr iitvnr He iiiipjr lit t tluim without extrn vkhI, ly nntlfvinir tills nflino nf lliu tlc alrnl vliiuige In the paper' Hitilruaa...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 25 July 1894

G TJlfi CI?AXTON TIJIBUXE-TVETNESDAY MORNIXG. JULY L5. 18!)4. kliDvRiGMT. l834.BY'THt CHAPTER VI. A lovely murning it was that boaniod on Sibloy aud tlio broad and beautiful Valley of tho Clcmdwater when once the Bun gut fairly above tho moist horizon. Wist and vapor and heavy cloud all seemed swallowed up in tho gathering. glowiiiK warmth, as though tlio kin,' of day had risen athirst and drained tho welcoming cup of nature. It 111u.1t havo rained at least a littlo during tlio dark Iioks of tho liiglit, for dew there could havo been noiui with skies eo heavily overcast, and yet tho short, smooth turf on tho parade, the leaves upon tlio littlo shade trees mound tho quadranglo and nil tho beautiful vines hero on tho tvel liswork of tho colonel's veranda shone and sparkled in tho radiant lit,'lit. Tlio roses in tho littlo garden and tho old fashioned morning glory vims over at tho east side were all aglitter in tho flooding sunshine when the bugler camo out from a glance at tho clock ...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 25 July 1894

TIIE SCI?AKTON TKIBTTN"E "WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 23, 189 i. GENERAL NEWS OF INDUSTRIES The weekly statements of coal ship meuts over, the Ilnutiugdou and Broad Top railroad, which were suspended . during the coal itrike, are airuin bsiiiR iisueJ. The bipinenti last week were the heaviest in the history of the coun try, Kg-regatlnfr no low than 75, Git tons, of which 16, OSS tone came frum the Broad Top region Itself, and 59,501 tons from the Cuuiberlund region. As C lupired with the eorrospoudiiig pjr i M f last year this is an increase of 87,643 tout, tbe proportion of increase being nbout 100 per cent, for the Cum berland region and 125 per c?nt for the Broad Top region. This increase reduces th decrease for the year to date to 278,104 tons, the total tonnage liRvini.' been 894 039 tons, against 1,173,113 tous tor the correspouUius period lust yeiir. Three weeks ago tbe decrease for the year amounted to 330, 009 tons, bo that th increase since then Us been equal to 81, 8M tons. A...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 25 July 1894

THE SCIt ANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 25, 1894; COST DOESN'T GOVERN PRICE LADIES' uck Suit s Elegant Material, Stylish Cut, Broad Revers, Proper Set, Wide Hems, full sweep of Skirt. Nothing mean or skimped. Generous value in every stitch. Ladies' Duck Suits White Ground, with Blue. Stripes . Now $1.79 Were $ 3. Navy Blue Ground, with White Dot, Now $2.69 wf3.75. Plain Tan, Now $2.98 Were $4. White Ground, either Blue or Black Figure, Now $3.15 Light Blue Ground, with White Polka Dot, Now $3.25 Were 3. This value shrinkage is limply awful, and summer only half over. GORMAN'S K EYSTONE Academy FACTORVVILLK, PA. A refined school homo. Prjpires tor tha best o. l.ejj a. 'i horouidi courses in Mmic and Art Teachers' Liass tivos bust preparation for Tcsohini;. Commercial Course includes Typewriting and Sknthand. piwi ioi.s siTurod for (iraduates. tund . r iiuw illuHinite.) circular. 1'. JI, LUOAllS, A.M., Principal Olyphant. The sui iutsilitfence was received" bero yesterdny of ti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 26 July 1894

I LIVE , BUSINESS THEY PURCHASE PUBLICITY in journals that are on the up ward jump. MKST Dou' t tie tip with vv 1 uuwn-ai- me r tv .1 1 J 1 1 - W.. newspaper' WIWll qUMOMMF wtWUm? EIGHT PAGES 5G COLUMNS. SCRANTON, PA., TIIUBSDAY MOIilNING. JULY 20. 1SD4. TWO CENTS A COPT. i THTtoB SENATORS TALK ANGRY TONE Another Caucus on the Tariff Warfare Brlugs Out Some Su&esilve Truths. SENATOR SMITH'S LS09 WABXSSG Unless the Protective Features of the Senate Elll Are Retained He In- forms His Colleagues That the Measure Will Nev? r Become a Law. The Louisiana Senators Repeat Their Demand for a Favorable Sugar Schedule. Washington. Jniy 25 P the action of today s D-.-inocratle caucus is obeyed tomorrow will witness uu end of the debate on the conference report of the tariff lii II and that measure will go back to the conference without instruction. After u debute lasting over threo hours yestorduy and upwards of that tiuio to day Mr. Jan-is' resolution that the bill b sent buck without inst...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 26 July 1894

TIIE SCEAKTON TEIBUN"13 T3IURSDAY MOItNTNG. JULY 2G, 1894. :ASE Ssrantoa Wins from Reading Without Perceptible Effort. COULD NOT HIT PITCHER YERKES The Reading Club Narrowly Escaped a Shut Out, Allentown Wins an Ex citing Uphill Camo from Lancaster, Pottsville Defeated by Hazloton Witliout a Run or a Hit The Phll lius Loso to Harrisburs Standi ng of the Clubs Interesting Base Ball Gossip. lOTIt Scran ton and AUontown were winners ia yeter day' Stnte League bane bull eontoatH, and in consvquuiicii the tie Lotwvsn the two club for first position rtnuuins un. brokon. Scranton won with hands down from Heading, while Kwlly'a Al lentown ajgreijation had, a very rough time in pulling their game out of th- fire in th gome with Lancaster, lluz'.eton lowered Pottsvilio's avoraj in a welb played tome. Fitclier JacU Fen beiug credited with the honor of shnt tin ont the utronj; Pottsrille team without a run or a hit. Tho rolutive positions of tho elubs have not been changed us a rasult of yester...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 26 July 1894

MATCHLESS SHAW PIAHOS. STELLE & SEELEY, 34 WYOMING AVS. PII.VW, ALU CAULtAflV FINEST LINE IN THE CITY POH THE PKICE HEW AND tECOND UAKD ALL PRICES GOOD BREAD -USE THE- And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO THE TRADE BY. The Weston III Co, EEWARE 0? COUNTERFEITS 1 THE 6EWUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE IMITUI.S G., B. St Co., Imnrlnlod nn Eitoh Clanr. Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr'a. Dr. H. B. WARE PRACTICE LIMITED TO TUB EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT 406 Spruce Street. Office Houra: H!130 I 2 TO 0. PERSONAL. Mrs. Bert Gardiner is visiting in Par- BOliS. County Detective John She is in Now Vork city. Mrs. II, B. Ware went to Buffalo yester day to visit her parents. Attorney D. W. Connolly and family will leave today for Lake Ariel. Jlrs. Quire, of Jersey City, is visiting Sirs. P. Si. Downing, of Miitl.i avenue. C. B. Worden nml Dr. H. E. Lutz sppnt yesterday on a pleasure trip at Lake Wiuolu. Jolin Nealon, the recently appointed postmaster of Carbondale, was in t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 26 July 1894

HIE FCIt ANTON TiaBUNE-TJIUIlSDAT MORNING. JULY 2G, 1894. tit txaton Zxifaw Published oar in 8cRNTeN, P.t Tmi TmiUHB PUBLISHING. COMPANY. . P. KINGSBURY, Niw York Ornes Tmaum simome. raaaa a. Cray, Manaocn. INTKRID AT TMA PORTOfrtCt AT .CRANTOIt, PAm rCKANTON. JULY 2G. IS'.U. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKtT. For Oorenior: DAMELlt. HASTINGS, if ct.ntkh. lor LUutenaiit fWtvriior: WAl.'lEK i.YOX, OF ALI.LUIIKNY. Tor Auditor (ivnrrnt: AMOS H. MYUS, OF I.AM '.STi:iI. I or Secretary of Hrrnal Afnlr: JAMKS W. l.ATTA, of I'uii.Ani'.i.riiiA. lor Con fv.wif en f-Iai '(.' UAI.l'SHA A. tlKOW, OF BirsyOKUANNA. (iKO-(iK F. HLTP, OF WLS1.MKUKI.AXU. 1'lrrtlon Timi', Nov. O Its pikkotoky census gives "tlmt town near Sorantmi" 41,"l0 pojml.v tlon, or nbout 40 pi-r cent, of tho popu lation of Us illustrioiiH ami ccloliratud neighbor. Unwise Advocates. The eil'di't to promote the cause of compulsory education in this state by secret caucuses is unwise.-; aiul however well meant, it will do more harm than tfnod...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 26 July 1894

THE fctlt-AKTON TK1JJUNB-TIIURSDAT- MORNING. JULY 26, 18JM. "IV' wish tov say, that" I use and ' recommend - one and only one bak . ing)powder,andtthatis Cleveland's." Norrman& Moore ." FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue WE ARE OFFERING TOE A FEW DAYS: Whipcords Jacquards Series Henriettas AisD Fancies FORMERLY 750. and $1, for ONLY 59c. In every desirable shade. Mears A Hagen 415 LACKA. AYE, rDOFT Have your COLIAIlS sUrohed in the old way, when you can have them done with soft, pliable 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. Williams & McAnulty ... 127 Wyoming, Ave. To my friends: I hereby announce that I will bo a candidate for the nomi lation of district attorney, before the Republican County convention. JOHN R.JONES. CITY NOTES. Tribune rea.lt im leaving for their. timiner's vacation cmi liav their favor ite pupar sent to tliu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 26 July 1894

6 TflE SCRANTON TKIEUNE-TIIUIISDAY 3IUlUNlJNfcr. J U.L.X ' B. ly. COPvmuMT, 1694 BY'THl CHAPTER VIL Before guard mounting, almost half ui hour before his usual timo for np puiu'iug nt the offlee, Colonel May wi'd hurriod into his desk, sunt tho or icrly for Captuiu Chester, and then tho jlerks in tho sergeant major's room heard him close and loek tho door. As Hie subject of tho shooting was already indcr discussion among tho nieu there issombled, this aetioa on tho part of tho chief was considered highly signifl sant. It was hardly live minutes before Chester came, looked surprised ut find ing tho door locked, knocked and was admitted. Tho look on tho haggard face at tho Jusk, the dumb misery iu tho eyes, tho ivrath and horror in it all, carried him baok 20 years to that gloomy morning in tho casemates when tho story was passed around that Captaiu Maynard bad lust a wife and an iutimato friend ilqring tho previous night. Chester saw It u glance that, despite his precau tions, the bl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 26 July 1894

r ?Wa ECKAJJTUJf TKlliUJNJS TJIUKSDAY MOKJNlJNbr, JULr SU, 1SIJ4. GENERAL NEWS OF INDUSTRIES The American Iron and Stoel niocI Btion bag received from tba tuauufiic tnrers complete tatiscica of tin pro (taction of pig iron, besieuior stnel Ingots and baiaemtr ateul rails in the Uultvd States In tbe first half of 1894, also coinplot statistics ot tbe slocks of pig Iron wbloli wers on linnd and for sale on June 30 last. Tbe total production of pi iron in t li United Stnt8 in the first bulf of 1SU1 wus 2, 778,843 gross tons, OKsinst 3.561, CS4 tons in the second half of 181M an increase of 150,399 tons. As compared with the first half of 1893, howvtr,th production in the first bulf of 1894 hows a grsut decline, the figures fr the first bulf of 1893 being 4.503.018 tons, or 1,814 933 tons more tlmn the productiou in ili first bait of 1894. The production of pi iron in tho last twelve months, from July 1, 1893, to Julv 1, 1894, was 5,279,507 gross tons. In 1803 tbe production was 9.157.0...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 26 July 1894

THE SCEAKTON , T1JIUUNETIIURSD AT SIOBNIXG-, JULY 2G. 1894; COST DOESN'T GOVERN PRICE LADIES' ck Suits Elegant Material, Stylish Cut, Broad Revers, Proper Set, Wide Hems, full sweep of Skirt. Nothing mean or skimped. Generous value in every stitch. Ladies' Duck Suits White Ground, with Blue Stripes Now $1,79 Were$, Navy Bine Ground, with White Dot, Now 52,69 Wcre$3,, Plain Tan, Now $2,98 Were $1. White Ground, either Blue or Black Figure, Now $3,15 Were ft Light Blue Ground, with White Polka Dot, Now $3,25 Were $5. This value shrinkage is simply awful, and summer only half over. GORMAN'S Hallstead. . Married, at the St. L.twronce church in Great R-nd yesterday by the Rst. Father Dunn, Creorue J. Dennis, of lausqnehanna, ana ills J alia U U-iQ- non, of this place. They were given ninny handsome presents as a token of esteem In which they were held. Tb nnprv cnnide left on Erin train No. 2 tor New York, Boston and other points eiiHt. Albert MeClou.l is visiting friends near Ap.'Uachlu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 27 July 1894

LIVE BUSINESS MEN Doa'ttiaffftSt ;. down- at- tho - heel newspapers. THEY purchase PUBLICITY in journal that aro on tho up ward jump. EIGHT PAGES--5G COLUMNS. SCRANTON. FA.. FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 27. 1804. TWO CENTS A COrY. THE "TRIBUNE HAS fl LARGER BONA FIDE CiBCliiTM , t. . ..... , . T 1 , . " " " .. .. - ,, , ; . . . -- VILAS SOUNDS CUCKOO NOTES Thinks Criticism of Cleveland Is Treason to tho Great Republic. K!S HAOSEMISG SYCOPHANCY The Senator from Wisconsin Defends tho President in a Speech More Re markable for Its Servility Than for Its Sense Nevertheless, the Senate Declines to Recede from Its Protec tive Duties on Iron Ore and Coal. Washington, July 28 "nOT until 2 o'clock today did the i senate tiuie up the question of V agreeing to a further conference JVJ on thn tariff I ill. When it did Mr. Vilns addressed the senate in a two hours' speech delivered oft hand and with uiucu oratorical til'eet. Ilia speech whs highly eulogistic of Presi dent Cleveland whom he defended from...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 27 July 1894

i TIIE SCRANTON TIUBUNE -FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 27, 1S94. BASE BALL Scranton Takes the Second Scheduled Game from Reading and Is Still lied for First Place. ALLENTOWH IS ALSO A WINNER The Philsdolpliias Vary the Monotony of Continuous Defeat by Taking a Game from the Disgruntled Harris burgs Pottsville Turns the Tables on Hazleton Standing of the Vari ous State League Clubs National and Eastern League Summaries. Notes of the National Sport. LLENTOWN and fwA Scranton still con- M.ral5 tiliue t0 ,lol(1 flwt IVjY2jC3. P(:itioa jolutly. and ff?si&lf aieacb elu j U pluv fyrJA In if excellent ball, the is.like,y t0 rL.1! continue1 for some v K'j ZAP longer. li J 4 Tbe only ehunne iu Vj the order of tbe sv centase column is SV. tbe moviuu up of rottaTlllo to a ti with Lancnstfr for second place. riiiUrielnhia broke its loog string of defeats by winning a gemo from Hurrubwg. Tbe followiu? table gives the per centages of the clubs, tbe number of games won and lostbveaob, and tbeir standing...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 27 July 1894

T1IF, SCTiANTON T TH II UJsTE FRIDAY MOItNIKtt. JULY 27. 181)4. 3 MATCHLESS SHAW HMOS. STELLE & SEELEY, 134 WYOMING AVE. VZBEH, SHAW, KMr.icsoir, J MiWIiNOLAND .FINEST LINE IN THE CITY POR THE PKICEX WKW ASI) l:COM) HANI) am. rmcss GOOD BREAD -USE THE- And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB SALE TO nit; TRADE B The Weston MID Co EEWARS 0? COUNTERFEITS 1 THE fif ND'NE POPUlftB Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS E5. & Co., Imnrint.il rn Each Clftf. G-arney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. llLKi UOL'ni'i 6'JtAliK. Dr. H. B. V7ARE I EACTICE LIMITED TO THE EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT 406 Spruca Street. Offl:e Hcurs: j 9 TO 11.30. To 5. PERSONAL. Senator nnd Mrs. 51. E. McDonald and son are at Atlantie City. N. A. Ilulbert and family have left for a short stay iu York state. N. A. Hnlbert and family are visiting friends in New York eity. Miss .Mnrau Duffy, of Price street, is spending a seasoa at Mt, Cobb. Deputy Prothonotary Myron J. Kasson leaves today on a ten-days' visit to bis fat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 27 July 1894

4 THE SCRAN TON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MO It NT NT, JULY 27, 1894. tit gtxmton txiku I PuSlllHtO DAILY IN BCRANTOM, Tribuni Puslishino Company. I. ft KINOSBUPT, IMIAAl HANAMN mwo0neti tiiuk uitom ra CHAV, HANA'aKA. NUMB AT TMI OTOFFI0 AT CNTO. Mg KCONA-CIAH MAlk MATTIN. "Printer' Ink," the recogulsed Journal fur advertisers, ruti'i tlie fcCUANTON 'IKIltlNEAtthe licat advertising medium In Northeastern Fjninylvaula. ''Printers' li k" knows. rCRANTON. JULY 27, 1894. ... ... REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Oovernor: DANIEL II. HASTINGS, Ob' Cfc.NTKII. For Lieutenant Governor: WALTEIi LYON, Ot'ALLtUHENV. for Auditor Vtntral: AMOS H. 1IYUX, OF LANl'AbTKK. For Secretary oItinial Affairs! JAMES W. LAT'l'A, OF I'UlLAUEU'irlA. for Congressmen-at-lAtrje: GALt'SIIA A. GROW, Of HUSlJtliillA.NNA. OliORGEJF. HUFF, 0' W tbTMUKELA.NU. Election Time, Suv. U It is not complimentary to this sec tion of the commonwealth that it should have Hullieieut Populists even to make the microscopic Populist party that exis...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 27 July 1894

TIIE fcCBAKTON TRIUUNE i'KUJAlT " WUltWlW li JUL.1 1S1M. ( ianffs ) v (Sure) y Norrmanfi Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue WE AKE OFFERING VOB A FEW DAYS: Whipcords Jacquards Serges Henriettas AjnD Fancies FORMERLY 75o. and $1, for ONLY 59c. In every desirable shade. Hears & Hagen 15 LACKJL AYE, "doft Hve yonr COLLARS starched in the old way, when you eon have tliMiu done with sof DUable Buttonhole (or TWO CENTS KAOH. 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. To my friends: I hereby announce that I will be a candidate for the nomi nation of district attorney, before the Republican County convention. JOHN R. JONES. CITY NOTES. Tribune roailcr leaving for their mmmiT'tt vacation enn have their favor ite psipiir ni'iit to them without extra cunt, by notifying til lit olllce of the de- ired change In the paper' uddroaa. Dr. Kay, formerly of Providen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 27 July 1894

G THE 5CKANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 137. 1894. CIIAPTER VIII. In tho big red omnibus that wivs slowly toiling over tho dusty ro:id sov crr.l passengers wero lunking t!ir way from the railway station to tho hott:l at Lako Sablou. Two of tliom wero wom en of maturo years, whoso dross aud bearing betokened lives of case and com fort. Another was a lovely brunette of lew than 20, tho daughter evidently of ono of tlicso ladies, and an object of loving prido to both. Theso three Boomed at homo in their nurroundiiigs atid wero absorbed in tho packet of let ters and papers they had just received at tho Htation. It was evident that they wero not new arrivals, as wero tho oth er passengers, who studied them with tho half envious feelings with which lipwcomers at a summer resort aro apt to regard thoso who seem to have been long established there, and who gather ed from tho scraps of conversation that they had merely been over to say good by to friends leaving on tho very traiu which b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 27 July 1894

TIIE SCEANTON TRIBUXE-PniDAY MORNING, JULY 27, 1S!)4. GENERAL NEWS OF INDUSTRIES Fw wvll-lnformed coal mu, nya tbs Stockholder, express any other opinion than that the anthracite coal trade ii rapidly nearing a crisis inch ai baa not been experienced since the combination wat formed by Mr. Wo Leod. Harmony no longer exists umoug the larger produolng aud car rying coinpauies and, while a show la being made or restricting the output and maintaining the circular of prices, It is. ef.er all only a show. Beneath the surface pretty uincu the Bame con dition exists aa prevailed before the Reading "combine" went into effect. Prices are being cut right aud loft, and ivveral of the eompnniesare producing considerably more than their quota. The Lebigh Valley is charged vritli be' ing the muchief maker, aud the pres ent fight is between ttiat company and the Lackawanna. The latter charges the Lehign, Valley withovernrolucing, and makes this excuse for doing the same thing itself. Its right to d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 27 July 1894

THE SCHANTOIT TBIJlUNE-rRIDAT MORNING. JULY 27. 1891; The Brooklyn Bridge For Sale. ' . Not iii blocks of five, but tiro blocks for five. Not tlio bridge tliat spans the East river between the cities of New York and Brook- ' lyn, but the ono that adorns our north window. The white bridge, as unique iu its way as the White City; made not of steel, but Cas tile fckwp--- 7,000 calces boing used In tho construction. Tho Soap is a pure Castile, so pure that it will iloat; and in order to introduce it to the people of Scranton in a fit ting way, wo have had this beau tiful bridge constructed. It is a work of art, a thing of beauty ,and worth coming to see. Don't fail to bring tho children along. The Soap will bo sold 2 Cakes for 5 Cents. Don't fail to lay in a good sup ply, and as our reserve stock is limited, it will be impossible for us to let tho bridge remain long intact A REMINDER Let us remind you of a number of Bargains in connection with our Mid-Summer Sale, now going on: Ladiesf ...

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