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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 July 1894

LIVE BUSINESS MEN Don't tia up with down- at- the heel newspapers. THEY PURCHASE PUBLICITY in journals that are on the up ward jump. TWELVE PAGEs, S4 COLUMNS. SCRANTON. PA.. SATURDAY MORNING. JULY 2S. 1894. TWO CENTS A COPY. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SGRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER A J STOW AND THESALOQIS Interesting Discussion as to the Catholic Churci and the Liquor Traffic VMM OPINIONS EXPRESSED Statement of Facts in Connection vith the Circulir Letter of Bishop Patterson and Its Approval by the Upostolic Delegate Church Socie ties Not to Be Officered by Men En gaged in the Liquor Business. New York July 27. IJ DISCUSSION of much significance IjfJU is now in progress iu Catbolic in canrca circles. To understand UU it will reqnire a long statement "of facts. Tbe discussion dates buck to ,tlie lust leoteu season, when John A. ) Watterson, bishop of tbe Catbolic dio Jcese of Co)ambui, sent oat a circular lettr to the pries ts of the dioe...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 July 1894

TIIE SCRANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 28, 1S9; ASE BALL Scranton Wins Its Thirteenth Consecutive Victory Yesterday. LANCASTER BEATEN IN ONE INNING But While Scranton Added Another Victory to Its String, Allentown Did Likewise at Reading Hazleton Loses a Game to Harrisburg and the Pottsvilles Win from Philadel phia Standing of the Clubs Notes af the National Pastime. SCRANTON andAl lsutowa continue to battle royally for the bead of theool- ' litVt) 1,0,11 ln' the SlRte AX "Mf,iL leagne champion- V -V Ja ship seriei, the tie (SJt remaining un- (j;-'sv broken, as Seranton 7j won yesterday from Lancaster and Al leDtown went to Bending and easily defeated Thayer Torreyaon's blueclad ball tomers. Pottsrille having won from Phlladel pliin, she passes Lancaster and takes second place, while Uarrisburg's vic tory over H tzleton enables the former to occupy fourth place with Haalon's Ponies. The following table prives the per centages of the clubs, the number of gatns won and lost by e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 July 1894

THE SCTiANTON TIUJUJNE FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 27. 1804. MATCHLESS SHAW PIAHOS. STELLE & SEELEY. 134 WYOMING AVE. PIANOS VfJKB, mi aw. KMt.ltSON, JiW ENGLAND flNEST LINE IN THE CITY POR THE PRICBk MEW AMU lECOND IIAKD ALL ritlCES GOOD BREAD -USE THE- SNOW WHITE And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB SALE TO THE TRADE BY The Weston Mill to EEWARfi OP COUNTERFEITS J THE BEHDINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE the mm US G., E3. 8c Co., Imnrintad on Each Qlqur. Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. lot 111 UOl.sK fUUAUK. Dr. H. B. WARE PRACTICE LIMITED TO THE EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT 406 Spruce Street. Offl.'e Hours; j9 TO 11.80. ( 2 TO 5. NORTH END BRIEFS. The North End office of the Scrawtow Tribunc la located at the Lewis Drugstore and Jehu's Store, Wayne avenue, where sub t ption. advertisements and communication wiil receive prompt attention.l Great commotion was caused yesterday by the ca e of A. De PuRb against Thomni Lewis and Robert Edwards for taking his buegy without permissio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 July 1894

4 ITIE FCEANTON TRIBUNESATURDAY MORNING. JULY 28, 1894. PuautHco nanv in Bcrahton, P.i TM1 Tribunc PuantHiNO Company. C. P. KINGSBURY. IKUl MftlMMa. Hew Vomt Orncil TmuK Iuiloin. taMB CNTCRIO T TMB POSTOrPIOK AT tCHANTON. "i'rlutora Ink," thu mconUil Journal for mlvurtUniit, rutri the KCIIANTON 1 11 111 IN km thu beat iKlvartlaluii medium in Nnrtlieantern l'.nimyl vanla. "i'rluter' Ink' kimus. SCR ANTON, JULY 23, lS'.H. Rf PUBLICAN STATS TICKtT. For Governor! DAMKMI. HASTI.XU9, in' iKvmi. For Litutt nant ( vrrnur: VAt.TKU LYON, UK AUI.Kli ItKVY, orU(!((or ('riirraf: AMOM II. MYI.IN', OV i.AM'A.Vrtll. lor Secretary of llinuil Afairnt JAVKS W. I.ATTA, iir 1'iiii.AHbi.riilA. lor ion,riMiiti-at-U ijs: UALVSI1A A. CROW, or urmjirniANSA. OUOIiOK Y. WW, or WKKIMUHKUANU, Election Tluii', Nov, A Tun bkntimknt of the West Side is evidently iu favor of the vltuluct. Ami the West Sulo is not a community, as u rule, to permit its desire to be bullied, Mgr. Satolli's Ruling. Elsewhere The Tisihin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 July 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 28, 1894. i 11 J? "inJ No baking powder costs so much to make tJ6fflCVlDCr as Cleveland's. No other gives such value. Norrmanfi Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenuo WE AliE Ol-TLTJNG FOE A FEW DAYS: Whipcords Jacquards Serges Henriettas AiSD Fancies FORMERLY 75o. and $1, for ONLY 59c. In every desirable shade. Hagen 115 IMA. AYE, DOFT Have your com. A lis starched In the old way, when yon c.u. have t!mm done with sof 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 Una 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 rrailrn leaving for thMr Mimitifr'n vacation can have thrlr fnvor Jte nupnr nt to ttimn without extra .cmt, hy notlfYlnc this ofllce...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 July 1894

6 TJIE SCBAHTON THIBtTNE SATURDAY MOKJSJLNW. JULY ti8. 1894. GENERAL NEWS OF The Wilkes-Barrs Record on Tbnri day prinUd an Interesting three-column rerlew of the improvements began and planned during the putt year in the colllerifi of Luzerne county. The com pilation ia a valuable on and reflects credit upon its publishers. From it we learn tuat the Lehigh and Wilkes Burre Coal company is sinking a new slope across the pitch in the Red Ash vein at the Ilollenbnck colliery. This slope will be about 1,200 feet long, and will open up about half a million tons of coal. The South Wilkes-Barre No. 1 air shaft, whioh is being sunk on the anticlinal dividing the South Wilkes Barre and Buttouwond basins, is now down to a depth of 290 feet. This siiart is 13 feot by U7 feet in the clear, and it will be sunk to the Hillman vein, which at this point is about GoO feet below the surface. The object of Milk ing this shaft is for the purpose of in creasing ventilation for the South Wilkes-Barre co...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 July 1894

'JI1E SCI? AN TON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING, v JULY ; 38, 1894. 7 1L11 How Cheirp .'the Palmist Read the Hands of a Corpse. 1 FATAl MYSTERY CLEARED IT. IV Mysterious Midnight VUltor and a Jour ney That Revealed a Story of Love and OeeJoney, Death, Remoree and Bctriba tlon A Fatal Mistake. Copyright im, by American Press Associa tion. Seated in my room lu London onu even ing toward the end of tho summer uf 18D3, I was surprised and annoyed to be told that gentleman down stairs In a carrlutfo wanted to speak to mo. In the llrst pluco I was surprised bocnuso It was past 11 o'clock, and In tho second I was annoyed because, after a loiig clay's work, I needed rest nnd sleep to prepare for nnothor busy flay that was sure to follow. However, I went down stairs and found " a rather elderly gentleman waiting In a closed oarrltttfo. . Without any more Intro duction thun that ot "Good evening," ho said, "Sir, will you come with mo tills moment and read without asking any questions the bunds of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 July 1894

8 THE KCEAHTON TRIBUNE SATUTIDAT MORNING. JULY 2S, 18M. A ... ir Social"1 vl r Many Sorantou people, particularly the younger element, who are (pend ing tne heated term among the moan tains or at the seashore will make it a point to return (or the touraament of the Carbondale Tennis club, which will be beld at Farfiew park beginning Thursday, August 10. The tourna ments in years past have been highly successful and a great soclnl drawing card nnd this year will be no excep tion, judging from the preparations which Imre been made nnd tbe prob ability that galaxy of cracks will contest. The chbf eveut will be tbe match for tbe "Dolaware and Hudson Chiil lenge Cup" between tbe winner of this fear's tournament and II. Torrance, r., of Tenalflr, N. J., who won the onpin '93. W. V. Johnson, of Orange, N. J., held the trophy tbe previous year. It is of sterling silver, ten lashes high and is to be beld by successive winners until beld three tiuus, not necessiirily consecutively, when it be...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 July 1894

THE SCBANTON TRDJTJNE SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 28, 1894; 9 NEWS ill Compendium of latelligencr , Relating to Scranion's Religious Activities. ' ITS .THIRTY-FIFTH ANNIVERSARY Will Be Celebrated by the Penn Ave nue Baptist Church Personals and Other Mention in Connection with the Good Work of the Various Church Auxiliary Societies What Pastors and Lay Men Are Playing and Doing. Thirty-five years ago the Penn Ave nuo I3:iptist churoU was organized, and the members of thii large and iufluou tiul oomrfrition, exp.et to celeiirnto thothirty-lifth anniversary with appro priate exjreisos. A committee has been appointed ti propnre a programme, and uo ffort will be spared to make it a red-lettered day in the history of the churcl1. Many of the members are on their vacation just now, aud others are conti-mplatiuR leaving the city for the month of August, so that the celebra tion will coincide with the date ou which the olmrch was organized in 1839. The exercises will be held some time In Septemb...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 July 1894

10 THE ECBANTON TBIBUNE-SATUtlDAY MOltNINGK, JULY. 28. 1894. CHAPTER, IX When Cuptniu Armitago loft the cot tage that night, ho did nut go lit unee to his own room. Brief as was the con versation ho had pujoyod with Miss Renwick, it was all that futo voneh Bofi'd liim for that tiato at least. Tho entire party went to tea togothor at the hotel, but immediately Uieroafter tlio coluuul carried Armitago away, aud for two long hours they wero closeted over Bomo letters that had como from Sibley, and when tho confereneo broke up aud the wondering ladies saw tho two men come forth it was late almost 10 o'cloek and tho captain did not ven ture beyond tho threshold of the sitting room. Ho bowed and bade them a some what eeromouions good night. His eyes rested lingered on Miss Renwick'B uplifted face, and it was tho picture ho took with him into tho stilluess of tho Butniuer night. Tho colonel accompanied him to the steps and rested his hand upon tho broad gray shoulder. "God only knows how I...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 July 1894

1 THE fcCRANTON TEIBUKE-SAttJllDAY MOItttltfk.' JULY 28, 1894; 11 FROM THE RANKS ' Continued from Page.iO. ; . fcey happened to fce'rlgtf "around tW nan. . The Saturday evening traid from he city la always crowded with people goni the river townB who hove been up to market or the matinees, and oven the maker was filled with standing 'men loitil they got some 80 miles down. Lar )en wanted. to light a froah cigar and ttlered one to Cach of his friends. Then jt waa found they had no matches, and tie of them, who had been drinking a ttle and felt jovial, turned to the dark ttrangor and naked him for a light, and jho man, without speaking, handed out I littlo silver matchbox. It was just ill on that the conductor came along, and Larson saw his ticket It was a "round irip'! to Lakevillo. He was evidently oing there for a visit, and therefore, laid Larson, he didn't get off at Sablon Itation, which waa six miles above. But Armitago kuow hotter. It was rvidont that he had quietly slipped ou...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 July 1894

12 THE SCItANTON TIIIJJTJNE-SATURDAY MORNING. JULY 28, 1894; The Brooklyn Bridge For Sale. Not in blocks of five, but two blocks for five. Not the bridge that spans the East river between the cities of Now York and Brook lyn, but the one that adorm our north window. The white bridge, as unique in its way as the White City; made not of steel, but Cas tile Soap 7,000 cakes being used in the construction. The Soap is a pura 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 the 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 bo impossible for us to let the bridge reiuaiu long intact A REMINDER Let us remind you of a number Of Bargains in connection with our Mid-Summer Sale, now going on: Ladies? Wrappers,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 30 July 1894

LIVE BUSINESS MEN Doa't tia up with down- at- the - lieol newapaporo - TIIEY purchase PUBLICITY in journals that f are on the up ward jump. EIGHT PAGES 5 G COLUMNS. SCRANTON. PA.. MONO-AY MOllNING. JULY' 30, 1S94. TWO CENTS A COPT.' THETlRlBUNEl AS A LARBERlON A FIDE GIRGOLATION AONGANTONlNESSy EN THAN ANY OTHEB joRNG PAPER INTELLIGENCE OF '.EftSp WAR Further Particulars or tba Naval Engagement Between Clilnese and Japs. chin:s: stubbornly r:sist:d The Japanese Army and Navy Re serves Have Been Summoned Into Service Korea's King Appeals in Vain for Aid from European Powers. Japanese Ships Have Again Been Fired Upon from Shore China In sists That War Has Not Been De clared. , London, July 29. THE Central News has this dispatch from Shanuhi: "The Chinese war ship Tsao-Khan, which was cap tured by a Japunese war ship oil the coast of Round Island, is a vessel of an oboleto model and was equipped poorly for fighting. Although complete ly outuutcbed by the Japanese cruiser, the troopship...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 30 July 1894

1HE SCBANTON THWUNEM0:SrDAY MORNING. JULY SO, 1S04. - The BASE BALL Team Takes Its Fourteenth Consecu tive Victory Saturday. SCRANTON LEADS STATE LEAGUE Allentown's Defeat by R tad i rig Breaks the Long-Continued Tie Between Us and King Kelly The Phillies Win Another Gamo Harrisburg; Loses to Hazloton Standing of tho Clubs. National and Eastern League Re suits Timely Base Ball Gossip. f FTEB being tied with Allentown A or firt place since Thursday, lp July l'J.the spell was broken Sat uu urday und Allfntowu dropped Kiiiue to Kcudintf, allowing Scrantoii to hold uuJinputed possessum of that first place it Iiub (or ycsrs coveted. Scrautoii'e fourteenth eonsecutiye victory whs won from Lancaster, witb. out much ball pi y In if, but the result would have been just lb a same bed not Mr. DnuouKue summarily ended tbe contest by constituting himself an Authority above the umpire and re futed to scospt bis dsoislous. All of the ksuus won by Soranton tinee it return home have been taken with ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 30 July 1894

THE SCTtAXTOX TEIIHJNE-3I0NDAY MORNING. JULY 30. 1S!)1. 3 MATCHLESS SHAWPIAHOS.: STELLE & 8EELEY, 134 WYOMING AVE. ha aw, dmkkson, K1SW ENGLAND FINEST LINE IN THE CITY FOR THE PRICB iEW AND (LCOND IIAM) ALL I'RICKS GOOD BREAD -USE THE And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOR BALE TO 1UE TBADE Br The Weston MID Co, IEME 0? COUNTERFEITS J THE GFNIIINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS B. 8c Co., Garney, Erown & Co. MiVs. Dr. H. B. WARE! PRACTICE LIMITED TO THE EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT 408 Spruce Street. to 11.30. TO 5. Office Honrs PERSONAL City Editor J. E. Kern of the Republi can, i-peut Sunday in Hnllstead. Attorney Frank Langhran, of Bazleton, was a visitor iu tho city yesterday. Miss Lizzie Keeley, of Jlnlberrr street, is spending a season with friends in Plym outh. Officers Jonathan Rodlinm and Thomas Lowry will begin their aunuul vacation AllKllst a. &lis Nellie Houlihan, of Sti'qnehannn, U iIih e,ue.t of Aiisb Alauie Duffy, of Jack' son street. Misses...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 30 July 1894

THE SCBANTON TlilBITNE-MONDAY MORNItfG. JULY 30, 1894. PUilltMCO DAILY IN tCTOII, t TlH TailUB PVBLIIHINS COMPANY. I. P. KINGSBURY. . IIUMNS. PMHII A.AY, MANAMA. MTIIIIO AT TMB poTOmet AT OAAMTOM. PA.. AA KSOMA-OLAas MAIi MATTAA. "I'rlntir' Ink," Hie recognized Journal for aUvci'tUois, runs the fctllANTON HtltSb'Mi ua tbe best advertising medium In NortlioAitern PdunsylvAnla. "frlnters' li.k" knows. fct'RANTOX. JULY 30. 1694. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor: DANIEL II. HASTINGS, Of VUNTBU. lor Lhutawnt (! rernor: WALTER LYON, Or AILKUHENT. lor Auditor Cetieral: AUOS H. MYLIN, Of LANLAsTLIt. For Secretary ofjternnl Aflatn: JAMES W. LATTA, OF 1'llILAUIiLWIlA. lor Con,ratien-at-Lare: CiALUSilA A. UROW, Ot'KUVgDKIIANNA. GEOUGE F. HUFF, OH WKSTMUKEI.AND. Ht'Ctlon Time, Nov. 6 Our afternoon couteniporaiy, tho Trutli, ou Katurduy announced that it hud begun a civil action for damages iigniust ticorgo P.'Howell & Co., pub lishers of the journal for advertisers, Printers' Ink, whic...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 30 July 1894

THE SUHANTON T III IJUNE MONDAY MOUSING, JULY iJO, 1S91. 5 Bread and cake raised with keep their freshness and flavor. 'Piira" and "Sure.' Norrmanfi Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenuo WE ARE OFFERING FOR A FEW DAYS: Whipcords Jacquards Serges . Henriettas AjND Fancies FORMERLY 75o. and $1, for ONLY 59c. Ia every desirable shade Hagen 415 LACKJL AYE, Eats your COLLARS lUrohcd In the old way, when yon can have thoin done with sof 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. illiams & 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 reader leaving for their summer' vacation can have their favor ite papor lent to tliem without extru cost, by notlfvtuir tills office of the de sired changes...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 30 July 1894

I THE iCEAKTON TIJIBUXE MONDAY MORNING. JULY 30. 18U4. - I If I ii Bl V:.J -' fi', Jh7I7.9a.tf U: tuPv.i.Hr i.tt y THr CHAPTER -XIIL Onoe within dooi-s it was too dark for Arniitage to see tho features of bis lieutonant, and ho had his owu reusous, for dosiriug to read them. Mr. Jurrold, ou tho other hand, seemed disposed to keep in tho shadows as much as possi ble. Ho uiado 110 movement to open tho ihuttors of tho one window which ad mitted light from the front, and walk ed back to bis bedroom door, glanced in thoro, as thouRh to see that then) wero no occupants, then carefully closed it ns ho returned to face his captain. Ho took off his holmct and placed it on tho cen ter table, then thrusting bis thumbs in side tho handsome, gold broidered sword belt stood in a jaunty attitude, but with B very uneasy look in bis eyes, to hear what bis senior might havo to say. Be tween tho two men an invitation to sit Would buvo been a superfluity. Neither lad ever remained long enough iu tho ot...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 30 July 1894

TIIE SCEANTON TOIBUNE MONDAY MORNING, JULY 30, 1894. 7 GENERAL NEWS OF Tbe following Information in rela tion to tbe CoUbrook furnaces at Corn wall, now under tbe control of tbe Lackawanna Iron and Steal company, is noted In tb Lebanon Neva: "The work of enlarging tbe capaolty for the torage of coke it now in proems, and twelre pien bare already Wen com menoed witU more to follow, uutil tha length of almost a square hasbsen cov ered. Tbe atones removed by tbe raz ing to . tbe ground of tbe unfinished machine abop are being uaed for tbe erection of tbe abutments. Tbe plana for tbe enlargement of the Cornwall nntbracite furnaces, at Cornwall, are la course of preparation. The work of roasting ere at Colebrook bus been found too alow and tbe eight roasters at Cornwall anthruclte fnrtmces will be used to prepare tbe 9,000 tons of Cornwall ore for shipment to Scran ton. Tbe purpose of these 5,000 tons of Cornwall ore to be shipped to Scranton is to experiment with one of tbe furnaces of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 30 July 1894

8; THE SCKANTON TKIJ5UNE-MONDAY HORNING.' JULY 30, 1894: ' The Brooklyn Bridge For Sale. Not in blocks of five, but two blocks for live. Not tha bridge that spans the East river between the cities of New York and Brook lyn, bat the one that adorns our north window. The white bridge, as uuique in its way as the White City; made not of steel, but Cos . tile Soap7,000 cakes being used in the construction. The Soap is a pura Castile, so pure that it will float; and in order to introduce it to the people of Serantou 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 the children along. The Soap will be 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 bo impossible for us to let the 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: Ladies? Wrappers, ...

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