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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 2 August 1894

T1TE SCI1ANTON TRI1JUNE-T1ITJRSDAY MOUSING, AUGUST 2, ISO I. 5 A pure cream of tartar ruic auu uuin It does more wort and finer work than any other. If you do not find it exactly as represented you caiT return HtUo your grocer and he will pay you back your money t v . ' Cleveland Baking Powder Co., Nta York, Succour 0 Cleveland Brother. Norrman& Moore , FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue DOFT Have your COLLARS trohe4 to the M ar when von can have thm done wltn iot bUB?tftft TWO CENTS KAOH. Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY WE ARE OFFERING FOR A FEW DAYSs Whipcords Jacquards Serges Henriettas AND Fancies f FORMERLY 75o. and $1, for ONLY 59c. Id every desirable shade. Hears & Hagen (15 LACE AYE, 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...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 2 August 1894

6 TIIE 5 CI? ANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY MORNING. AUGUST 2. 1894. tuevRIOHT. 1694 CHAPTER XVL At 10 o'clock that morning, shortly after a smiling interview with tho la dies of Fort Sibley, in which, with in finite spirit and the most perfect solf control, Miss Bcaabiun had informed them that eho had promised to lead with Mr. Jerrold, and siuco ho was in duress he would lead with no one, and sent them off wondering and greatly exoited, there oamo running up to tho carriage a telegraph messenger boy, who handed her a dispatch. "I was going up to the avenue, mum, " he eiplainod, "but I seen you hero." Nina's face paled as sho tore it open Mid read the curt lines: "Corao to mo here. Your help needed instantly. " She sprang from tho carriage. "Toll mother I have gone ovor to see sonio fort friends not to wait," she called to the coachman, woll knowing ho would understand that she meant tho ladies with whom she had been so recently talking. Like a frightened deer she sped araund the corner, ha...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 2 August 1894

rnE SCEAXTON raiBTTN'E-TIICJRSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2, 1894. T TRYING TO SEE MOLTKE. WURAT HALSTEAD'S EXPERIENCE AT ! ! ST. AVOLD IN 1870. Da Full to Get a Glimpse or the Gnat ' Tlolil Karthal, Though Ha Slept In tbo 8am Hotal with the Astnte Coin snanUar Civilians Among Soldiers. When I wait about croaiinff the Rhine In the llrst week. of August, 1S70, attempt ing to witness the invasion of France by the armies of Germany, my equipment was belt of Froucu gold, a FarUiun silk hat and a Scotch cap, a auit of gray clothes and a brown blanket, a Held glass and a traveling bag with a shoulder strap, nod ilie bag contained a portfolio, with writing materials, some cakes of chocolato, n Change of underclothing, with two pairs of locks, a bunch of cigars, a box of matches and a pockc knife with one large bluili and a small corkscrew; also a combination fork and spoon, and a glass cup in a leathe r ease. My trunks hud been expressed to London, and my valise was abuudoned at Mannheim. My plan ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 2 August 1894

THE SCE ANTON TRIBUNE TITO IiSDAY MORNING. AUGUST 2, 1894." Have You Seen the BROOKLYN YET? It is well -worth seoing, bring ing to mind some of tho artistic features of tbo World's Fair. Tho bridge is made of Castile Soa p. It is a pure White Castile, aud is a floating Soap; made only from pure vegetable oils. We are sell ing it at the unheard of price, 2 Cakes for 5c. Wo are euabled to put the Soap on sale at this low price by special arrangement with tho manufac turer, who is anxious to introduce, it to the trade in Scran ton! It is already having a big sale, and wo may have to pull the bridge 'down in a few days in or der to supply the demands; there fore, if you wish to have a look at it make your visit as early as pos sible. 'Bring the children with you; such a sight is' always wel come.to tho little onc3. IDES and FABRICS OUR FASHION MONTHLY. For August, Now Ready. Describes and contains the lead ing Fashions, latest Dress Mate rial, Stories, Anecdotes, Humor ous Illustrations...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 3 August 1894

s LIVE BUSINESS MEN" Don't tie up with down- at- tho lieel THEY PURCHASE TUBLICITY in journals that are on the up ward jump. newspapers, ft 6 ? I EIGHT PAGES-5G COLUMNS. SCRAXTON. TA., FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3, 1894. TWO CENTS A COIY. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FICE 0 MM BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTr! IRCULATION AMONG SCR !ER HORNING PAPER THE PIGTAILS OFF FOR KOREA Twenty Thousand Chinese Troops Are March ing Upon Seoul. JAPAN'S CHALLENGE ACCEPTED The Emperor of tho Flowery Kingdom Orders His Warriors to Root Out the Pestilential Japs Uncle Sam Will Protect Subjects of Eoth Coun tries in Unhealthy Ports Russia Continues to Make Threats Chi nese Coasters Raise the American Flag. Copenhagen. Aug. 2. T is offleially announced hero that the Chinese northern fljot, con sisting of thirteen vessels, has loft Cbefoo for Korea. It is added that a buttle between the Chinese and Japanese may be very shortly ex pected. London. Aug. 2 A dispatch to the Times from Shanghai says that re ports rece...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 3 August 1894

THE SCE ANTON TltlBTJNE rill DAY MORNING. AUGUST 3, 1894. BASE BALL Victory Crowns the Last Effjrt of Scranton la the State League. OUR OWN FLARAGBAR DID IT Rain and Wet Grounds Prevented the Allentown-Harrisburg and Potts- ville-Hazleton Game The Poor Phillies Lose Again to Lancaster. Standing of the Clubs National and Eastern League Summaries Vari ous Base Ball, Bicycle, Turf and General Sporting News. AREWELL to the Stats leacue. Scran- j enter Jay cilebratod its retirement from 'f' V'fl Af the Stiita Lcckub of (' v l Uao Call cluts liy - w winniui; tlie second (if the' scheduled guinea with llaavlinc in a brilliant man ner, withFlaunshan, who ty this time is an LaHorn longne wirlr in thn box. TorreVSOtl's tllHD beins able to secure but Bis hits oil his do ivorv. Thn home tenia tulle leaves tuo stnta cirpftiiiziitinn as its leader, beiuL' ixiy-eijfbt points abend of the Allon town contingent of "have boens," who hold Becnnd tilace. The oihor State league game played was that betw...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 3 August 1894

TUB SCRAKTON" TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING-. AUGUST 3. 1891. STELL LEY 134 Wyoming Ave. We will show you what you want. GOOD BREAD USE THE And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO THE TKADE BY The Weston HI Co. EEWARE OF CODKTERFEITS ) THE GENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G.. B. 8t Co., m nrlnfpri on Earth Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. HIUKi UOljK MJUAU1C Dr. H. B. WARB PRACTICE LIMITED TO THE EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT 406 Spruco Street. Offl,.. Honrs: j?!1"80 ( 2 to u. To the Republican Party of Lacka wanna County: I hereby announce that I Will be a candidate for the office of recorder of deeds of Lackawanna county before the next Republican convention. H. L. HALSTEAD. PERSONAL. W. F. Hnllstead left for Biugliatnton on n tour of inspection yesterday. E. G. Worden i8 (-pending a few dnys with h:s mother in Fnctoryville. Mis. Phelps, daughter of Dr. Throop, loft yesterday for the Dimville sanitarium. John E, Roche returned from Lake Witiola to attend tho meet...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 3 August 1894

TIIE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. AUGUST 3, 1894. PuSUBHlD DAILY IN 8CRAHT0N, TM Tribumk Pubushinq Company. C. P. KINGSBURY, OCNIRAL MANAMNi New Yen Of net l Triiunc uiloin. ruM V Cray, MANAacn. INTKRID AT THE RORTOPriOC AT RCRANTONt PA CCOKR-CLAH MAIL MATTE. 'Tiiiitt'iV Ink," tlio reuognlitod journal fur advertisers, rntcs tho KCKANTON TIC lilt ME us the best iirivta-tlsiup; uw diuiu In NurtUuanteru I'ouusylvuuiu. "i'riiitoiV li.k" knows. fc'CltANTOJi, AUfJUST 8. ISA RIPUBUCAN STATE TICKET. For Coventor: DAXIULH. HASTINGS, or o:.'. rt u. For Lieuttnintt (ii-vrriior: VAIVll-.lt LYON, 01 ali.h;iu;nv. Fcr Auditor Crurm',1 amosh. :,:vns, 01' I.ASlUTl'.i:. lor Secrclnr'i of ltfrnnl Atfuira: JAMUS W. 1 .ATT A, 01' I'lUI.AIiUl-l'llIA. 1 or CoH'ircHxiHfi-at' l.tt rqe' ' UALUSITA A. II HOW, (if SL'SglTKIlANNA. OKOUUB K. HUKP, OF IVLSTJIOitLLAM). l-.lectlou Tim.1, Nov. (1 Do literary bureaus jjay? not the but tor ami also tho Would L'lienpcr plau bi' to ailvoitisc, in politics, just lik...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 3 August 1894

r THE SCRANTON TRIJIUNE-FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3, 1894. -No'fear of g failure in making Xbread 'and Take, if. you "use ' .V It'' always; makes light, wholesome food.' j W. Pure and "Sure." - Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE WO Wyoming Avenue Have your COLI.AUS starched In the oU way. when yon can have thoin done with aof t, pliablo Buttonholes for TWO CENTS EACH. Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY WE AliE OFFERIXO l'OTX A FEW DAYS: Whipcords Jacquards Serges Henriettas AjXD Fancies FORMERLY 750. and $1, for ONLY 59c. In every desirable shade. ears & Hagen 115 LACKA. AVE, 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 ration of district attorney, before the Republican County convention. JOHN R. JONES. CITY NOTES. Tribune reader leaving for their nmmtr'i vaoHtinucan have their favor ite piipor sent to them without extra...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 3 August 1894

THE TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. AUGUST 3. 1894. tUliARliiML"- 1894 .(W-THt CHAPTER xvil ; Under the cloudless heavons, under tho tarlit skies, blessing tho grateful clew hat cools tho uplnud air and moist-ens ho bnucli grass that has been blendi ng all day iu tho tierco rays of tho sum ner sun, a little column of infantry is winging steadily fouthward. Long uid toilsoiuo has been tho march; hot, lusty and parching the day. Halts havo Dceu few and far between, and every iiaii, from the colonel down, is coated irith a gray mask of powdered alkali, Ihe contribution of a two hours' tramp through Doad Man's canyon just before tho sun went down. Now, however, they are climbing the range. Tho lnor KW will bring them to tho broad and boautiful valley of tho Spirit Wolf, and there they must havo news. Officers and men aro footsoro and weary, but no one begs for rest. Colonel Mayuard, riding ahead on a sorry hack ho picked up at tho station two days' long march behind them, is oager to reach tho ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 3 August 1894

TI1E SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE EE I DAT MORNING,' AUGUST 3, 1801. 7 GENERAL HEWS OF INDUSTRIES " A Pittsburg digpntoh lays: "A meeting of tba railroad bituminous" coal operator will be bold at the Slack Coal agency tbla afternoon at 2 o'clock to form a permanent organization of railroad ooal operators to deal with questions of common interest which arise from time to time Si a the coal trade. With the abandonment of the Black Coal ageney aereral 'weeks ago there remained no organization of operator! in this district. The necessity for a permanent organization baa been reoognlzed at all times, bat was more manifest daring the big bitamlnons tlrikei. Each year the operators meet the miners to arrange wuge scales, and at other times it is nooessary for the operutors to act In coucert to settle the ever recurring disputes regarding freight rates and differentials. At present there Is no immediate work be lore tue association to be formed, bat they rnny have considerable to talk atont within a ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 3 August 1894

1 THE SCRANTON TKIBUNE-FItlDAY MORNING. AUGUST 3. 1894; Have You Seen the BROOKLYN YET? It is well worth seoiog, bring tng to mind some of tho artistic features of tho World's Fair. Tho bridge is made of Castilo Soa p. It Is a pure White Castilo, and is a floating Soap; made only from pure vegetable oils. Wo are sell ing it at the unheard of price, 2 Cakes for 5c; We are enabled to put the Soap on sale at this low price by special arrangement with the manufac turer, who is anxious to introduce It to the trade in Scranton! It is already having a big sale, and we may have to pull the bridge down in a few days in or der to supply tho demands; there fore, if you wish to have a look at It make your visit as early as pos sible. Bring tho children with you; such a sight is always wel come to the little ouo3. MODES and FABRICS OUR FASHION MONTHLY. For August, Now Ready, Describes and contains the lead ing Fashions, latest Dress Mate rial, Stories, Anecdotes, Humor ous Illustrations, Valuabl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 4 August 1894

LIVE BUSINESS MEN . -Don't tie up with ' down- at- the heel THEY PURCHASE PUBLICITY in journals that are on the up ward jnmp. TWELVE PAGES--84 COLUMNS. SCRANTON. PA., SATURDAY MORNINQ. AUGUST 4, 1894. TWO CENTS A COPT. JIIE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SCRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER CASEIRO TO DOOMED TO DIE fhe Assassin of Caraot Sentenced to Meet Death Upon the Guillotine. VERDICT GIVES SATISFACTION The Murderer Brought Into Court Carefully Guarded Looked Pale and Jaded His Bravado Evidently nrrnH MnrhiH Snpctatora Pres- rinnrhiHino' Sranp of the ai exciting uispute oetween Prisoner and a Soldier Who estitied Against Hilm. Lyons, France, Aug. 3. (7i ASERIO SANTO, the murderer of I u. President Ciiruot, heard his I 11 ilooui pronouueed this morning. vs tin whs sentenced to die upon nit) guillotine. Wliua the assize court opened this morning, about the same class of audi nee Whs present as yesterday. A regi ment of soldiers surrounded tbe court...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 4 August 1894

THE SCRANTON TKIBTJNE SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 4. 1894. BASE BALL Martin Swill's Debut la tba Eastern Lcagua Is Not Auspicious. WE ARE DEFEATED, HQDSQN THROWN IN But the Game Was of a Snappy Char acter That Revealed Our Mottle and the Score Showed That They Will Have No Walkovar at Our Expense. Cahill and Smith, of the Troy Club, Occupy Scranton Uniforms Whore We Stand in the New Race. FTER ti long diet of Diddk'boolt ana Kully longer by uoverul days thu tbn merit of theso twin wortliiss a factors of public entertaiuueut really warranted Soratiton has at lnut proourol a cIiudjo of bus bull isru. Ti.e iuitll rmiuu wui Bpreud yesterday befor 1.C00 applaudiug spoo tutors at SprlDi'tWld; and while the other fellows had a sbado tba bettor of the eiUiug, we left wood evidences of ourcauauiiy. iludsou's tvildnoss in tbn seventh innlu? alone prevented th coining' cuuuipious from walking off with nuotlisr victory. Ilaviim auuid Troy's Uie, w now est tor purcbutate. aud drop irom the lofty at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 4 August 1894

TH1J SCli ANTON TEIIi UNE S AT LTRD AY MORNTNGr. AUGUST 4. 181)4. STELLE & SEELEY 134 Wyoming Aid. We will show you what you want. A Foe to Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD USB THE SHOW WHIT ""'And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO THE TRADE BY The Weston Mill Co, IBM OF COUNTERFEITS ) THE EENillNE POPUUB Punch Cigars HAVE THE IWITIMS B. 8c Co., Garney, Brown & Co. Mfrs. Id l) 111 UutsK bUUAliS. Dr. H. B. WARE PRACTICE LIMITED TO THE EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT 406 Spruce Street. Office Hours 9 TO 11.30. 2 to 5. To the Republican Party of Lacka wanna County: I hereby announce that I Will be a candidate for the office of recorder of deeds of Lackawanna county before the next Republican convention. H. L. HALSTEAD. WEST SIDE HEWS NOTES. The members of the Simpson Methodist Esiscopul chnrch ran a mot successful ex cursion tu Farview yesterday. Clam chowder and lunch at Coagrove'i hotel, corner Main and Price streets, this eventug. Coolest and boat Deer in the city. Don't fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 4 August 1894

4 TIIE RCBANTON TRIBKNE-SATUBDAY MORNING, AUGUST 4, 1894. pullishcd daily in scranton, p.( iv tmi Tkiiuh Pusushino Company. K. P. KINGSBURY, IMIML IIUUM Niw Yo omu i TaieuNS iuiloin. reaam rav, Manaokh. Bntiubo at tmb maTOmct AT caawtom, M BOONA-ekAAS MAIL MATTBO. "l'lliitfis' Ink," llio recognized journal for advertisers, rates the 8CIIANTON TItIUL'NF.athebit advertising medium iu' Northeastern Vountylvaniu. '-JPrInter' Ink" knows. tCRANTON. AUGUST 4. 189 REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. lor Governor: DANIEL H. HASTINGS, li'i CKNTlUt. tor Lieutenant Governor; WALTKK LYON, of AtutuuiiXY. For Auditor General: AMOS U. MYLIN, Of I.A.NCAsTLtt. For Secretary bf Iternnl AffaiM JAMES W. LATTA, ur 1'iilT.AnEi.l'iil.t. lor Congressmetx-nt-l.arfle: GALUSHA A. OROW, Cr bLNyl'i.UANNA. GEOHGEF. HL.TF, ' OF WtSTMOHKLANU. Election Time, Nnv. ft Without iesikin to boast, Tho Tkuiiine feels juwtilied in calling special attention to this twelve-puge Saturday number. In addition to the familiar departments of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 4 August 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 4, 1894. 5 Bread and cake raised with keep their freshness and flavor. Cleveland Bahing Poviict Co., Nrui York, Succasir to CUvtlami Erethtrt. Norrman& Mooro FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenuo X303KPT Bive your COI.I.AH8 starohed In the oM WBy, when yon enn havo them done with tott, pliable Buttonholes for TWO CENTS EACH. Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY WE AKE OFFERING FOB A FEW DAYS: Whipcords Jacquards Serges Henriettas and Fancies FORMERLY 75c. and $1, for ONLY 59c. In ettry desirable shade. Mears & Hagen 415 LACE AYE. If you want Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper or Window Shades, come to us. We have a full line of floods, and o u r prices a re very low. flams ttckultf 127 Wyoming Ava. To my friends: I hereby announce that I will be a candidate for the nomi nation of district attorney, bofore the Republican County convention. JOHN R.JONES. CITY NOTES. Trilmno rrmlirt Innvlnir for ttiMr ftiimmM'ii vnciition rnn have tlivlr fiivnr llu pnpii...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 4 August 1894

"MmmntiiMvniimtMWiii HHI nntirtTi 6 1HE SCRANTON TRIBUNE S AID ED AT MORNING. AUGUST 4, 1894. T OFMSOI Some or the Features of tbe Buffalo Grand Circuit Fortnight Meet. NOTABLE EQDINES PARTICIPATE Largest and Best Convention of Trained Horseflesh in the History of the American Turf The Track's Records and the Prospect of New Ones Gossip About Racing in Which Numerous Scrantonians Are Interested. The two weeks' grand circuit meet ing now on in liutl'alo is pronounced by experts the llncst iisenilla,ne of horse lltwli ever brought together at one truck on the American continent. Home of its features have been noted from day to day in tlio telegraphic dis patches; but it will interest all horse men to know more of the history of the 5ullalo truck. The track was thrown open in lSiiii. Then the fastest t rot tl I) i record was 2:l!)j, lield by the little bob-tailed mare, l'lora Temple, and during the liuilulo meeting that year the spectators went wild over teeing iK-xter trot a mile unde...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 4 August 1894

t THE fcClkAJsTON TKlJi UN E SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST 4, 1814. BUT TIE ill STRODE BACK QjItq tbs Palmist Tells Hew He Went Gliost MM MYSTERY OF II HAUNTED HOUSE Tho Ghost Was There Sure Enough nd Thoroughly Frightened the Psychic Researchers Uncann Manifestations by Day and Night . Explained in a Very Materialistic Manner at the Close of the Chapter. Thrilling Experience That Will In terest Tribune Readers. Copyright, 18M, by tho American Press As sociation, and Publiohed by Tim Tiuuo.nb by Special Arruutjtue.it. Th Society Fob Psychical Reseaiich, 1 . BUCKIMOUAM STKKKT. KthANU, V London, W. C. ) MT Dear Frikxd Meet me toulfclit, Dlnck beath staUon. 11 o'clock sharp. IJrlnn your re volvcr may waut it. Don't dlmppolnt. In baste, ' Max Maiiuiiam. This strange epistlo arrived by special messenger ono evening just an I wns pre paring to join somo friends at a theater party at tho Garrick. In ono way it was disappointing, in another pleasant. Mnrk bam was always on the trull of tho inter...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 4 August 1894

8 THE SCBAKTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST 4, 1894. Cy 0 BIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIt The week has been marked by a con tinuance of the outpouring vacation and 1'renh-air BoekhiK throng rather than even a perceptible influx of this class of travelers. ludioutioiiB are that the going-out will exceed the coming in crowds until the last of this mouth at least. While it is true that the primary reason for the exodus is the heat, it is equally true that many will remain, particularly at the sylvan retreals.until the first Hush of Indian summer. Probably in no state in the Union dur ing that period does nature wear such a ravishing and kaleidoscopic garb, ns In the Keystone state, where the hills support trees of almost every descrip tion and whose tops are not solely em bellished with verdure of the h' inlock and evergreen types as in other states. , Hummer visitors feel as well as see this autumn dress gradually appearing and are loth to return until they witness the grand burst of nature int...

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