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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 10 August 1894

Till SCli ANTON TIIIBUNE FIJI D AY MOTJNING, AUGUST 10, 1894. Unlike ihe Fashions Or other, baking powders W3 ' ?. . sir Cleveland's Baking Never Varies. Yen can Horrmanfi Mcoro FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenuo dzc' ia'1 a Have your rui.I.AKR starched in the o'fl ivuy, when you can have them dune with oot plial.lu buttoidioloa (or TWO CLNT9 KAC11 Lac wanna LAUNDRY Vli Alii"; OFFl-ItlNlr roii A F1AV DAY;: Whipcords? Jacquards Henrietta 3 AN!) Fancies FGfWEUY 75o. and $1, fur ONLY Id every desiiablo tdiade lears I i!5 LACK! AVE. If you want Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper or W i n d o w Shades; come to us. We have a full line of goods, and our prices are very low. Williams & McAoulty 127 Wyoming Ave. To my friends: I hereby announce that I will be a candidate for t'io nomi nation of district attorney, before the Republican County convention. JOHN R. JONES. CITY NOTES. Tribune rrniii TH leaving f ir tlx Ir iiiiimi r'i vac .ill on can luive tlit-lr f ivoi ito pnimr Hfiit to tlmm nlt...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 10 August 1894

I G THE SCEAXTON TEIOTNE-FIITn AT MOIHSTtfff. AUGUST 10. lS!)f. ,altt I -A X I mm GOOD FORM. It Cnrrl. s tlio CJre-at World Willi It, Lot Lessor Mortals Say Wlnit Tlu'y Will. "Twenty yonrs a.ro n jiian or woman in even tlio smartest not of Xi'v York society woulil liavu been inizzlrd to ulvo a dellni tiuu of the term 'giunl for.n,' which is now tei constantly lined. Tlio pnnl oM knigliU ami claims of tlmo days wlio-o biri.li, lunediiis mid ednealiim had tiiuglit tlicm all that is comprised inthatwv'.l worn term had never heard tlio expres sion nii.l ni'UT r.'ilied it to themselves lr their friends. They wern n fined, edu cated mul aecomplished men ami women, full of that delicate appreciation of others and that unwillingness to hurt the feel ings or irritate the suseeptihilitiesof thoso With whom they were brought in eontaci, Which is t lie very essence of rellm incut, ll is true) Unit the men bumrtimt'S eclivo Utti raneo to a sturdy found oath wiilmut cariiiil consideration of who ...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 10 August 1894

v THE ' SCPAKTON ' TlilBUaTE-I'IlTDAY MORNING, AUGUST 10, 1S94. A- I MEW! L Notwithstanding the lnbor troubles lu the ConnelUvllle coke region, Bays the Philadelphia Stockholder, the oat put and shipments of coke hnve steni l!y increased tu such an extout that they now exceed the figures of the cor respond. period lnt vnr. For tho vek endoj July 21), 1S9J. the output was 88,100 tons; for the atimo week this year it was 10i,i)77 tous, while shin laonta were 5.0'J3 tons, iiRainst 4.839 tone tho same week laot year. The v.'oeklv ontniit tiu ! sbipujutits since July 20, 1803, show great irregularity; (or that week, ae statod, the output vas 38,100 tons, from whiou it di cruasnd In the next four woelis to 27, COOtonsj it then begun to iuertase, and for the week mdod Djo. 3'J the output was back to 87,031 toun. After moving irregularly around tbtae litfiumi for sev eral weeks, another spurt wa made, and for the week ended M arch M the out put aggregated 113,1)21 ton This was the highwater...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 10 August 1894

8 TJIE SCRANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNINGS AUGUST 10. 1SU4. How to eep Cool Is a3ked by every one during these summer days. Tho seasida and mountain retreats offir a solution of this question. But none of these are complete unless you avail yourself first of the right kind of material to wear. For our August offer ings of requisites we have chosen exception ally SUITABLE ARTI CLES and recommend them for their Useful ness, Reasonable Price and Desirable Quality. TO DRESS WELL COST Is a problem that must be faced by many. Eas been largely due to the fact that we furnish goods ia style ani fh'sh of the high-priced at a Low Cost. GORMAN'S f p. 5 m h E" m Academy iwciouy villi:, i.v. A r. fin' il soli ol ltiima. Fr-piroj for tlio Ot-st I'' 1 eiT H. ln.r.auli foii-a"!t in Minie nml Art Ti'iii-Iiits' t. la.-n (jives bt preparation fur jraol'ini;. ( enem-rela! Gairso iueliHU-s Typewriting ami H.nitliaii.l. Fosi miis s cure 1 fir (ir.i'lnates. Keud f r in w iiimernteil i-in-nlar. 1. J!. LouMi.S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 11 August 1894

LIVE BUSINESS MEN Don't tia up with down- at- the heel THEY PURCHASE PUBLICITY in journals that are on the up ward jump. newsptipers. Aqn'9W8' i yMWWW PlggpSil? N-WJWWy EIGHT PAGES 56 COLUMNS. SCRANTON. TA.. SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST 11. 1894. TWO CENTS A COrY. ' i ; ! z. i ' i : ' i i j ' ACCIDENT ROCK ISLAND Terrible Work of the Fiendish Train Wreckers of O.Uaho&u ELEVEN PASSENGERS ARE KILLED The Train Plunged from a Trestle Into a Creek Near Lincoln, Neb., and the Engine Exploded, Setting Fire to the Cars and Bridge Heartrending Scenes Victims Pinned in the De bris and Burned to deat.i The Rails Had Been Tampered With. Lincoln. Neb., Aug 10 H FEARFUL wreck, involving the A log of . I. vhii livrs, engine and in tw" c"r'i occnrr(l on tue Chi u U cago, Rick IImd aud Pacific railroad, where it momc, on a hivb trestle, the tracks of the Uuion Pai-ifie; anil the Burlington ami Mimonri Rit r railroads, shortly after 10 o'clock last nitjht. All in -Mention! point to train wr-ckers a t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 11 August 1894

1 r J'HE SCEANTON TEIXUE -SA i'URDAY JIORNINT. AUGUST 11. 1S94. I ASE Ike Scranton Ball Tossers Smothered by ths Springfield Team. WHEN IS IT GOING TO CEASE Wilkes-Barre Likewise Proves an Easy Worm for tho Blackbirds to Gobble Up Providence Wins at Syracuso and Binhamton Loses to Buffalo-Standing of the Clubs Na tional and State League Results. Timely Gossip of the National Pas time H TUINGFIELD had a 1 1 i i n C, R!,y ,iraH of " U ..LLiU"" in defsuttiuf the So fi ''iVif TomnRii ts of ttio -.-' I quetice, the homo n i with WiUtes-Uiirrc, whicli club nlsu lout to Erie, is saut ed on a toboggan, the track of which must havn recently rsoeiv I u fresh and iion-fricttoa t'eneriititix inbricimt. 1'roTi'lence, the leaders of the rsc for the Eastern leaue puiumut, hud uo trouble in taliinir the secoud of the scheduled games from Syracuse, while Uiiigbamtoii could rdacn notbintf in tho wnv to retird the upward muroh of Buffalo. The percentages of the clubs, num ber of guuiaa won and lost by...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 11 August 1894

THE SCTiANTON TEIBUXE SATURDAY .MORNING. AUGUST 11, 1894. 3 STELLE & SEELEY 134 Wyoming Aye. PMOS ORGANS We will show you what , you want. GOOD BREAD -USE THE- W WHIT And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALK TO ' THE TRADE BY The Weston Mil Co, LEVARI! OF COUNTERFEITS J THE EFW1HME POPIJUR Punch Cigars HAVE THE IMITUIS G.. B. & Co., ffpnrlnt'i'l "n Eertto G'tia. Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. Dr. H. B. WARE PRACTICE LIMITED TO THE EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT 406 Spruca Street. 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. LETTERS FROMTHE PEOPLE Under this heading short letters of Interest will lie published when accompanied, for pub lication, by the writer's name. ThkTuihunb will not bo hem responsible for opinions here cxprcsseii.i MR. ViNOUNG DEFENDED,. Editor of TnE TniBUNB: Di ur Hr: A copy of the Scranto...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 11 August 1894

TIVR RCRANTON TRIBTINE-SATURDAT MORNING, AUGUST 11, 1894. Z$t gcranfon txxku PUSLISHtO DAILY IN SCRANTOII, PA- TMi TRISUN PUSUSHINO COMMNTi I. P. KINQSBUfiy. INIIUi MaRaM. raaana. QH.V, MANAttCn IKTIRIO at THI poaTOWIOK T CMTOHt "1'rlnteiV Ink," llitt rscoicuiied journal Inr ftilveriLora, rutis tlio M'ltANTON 'J KI IIINE. the et HrivrrtUliiir medium In Nortlica.t.ro l'.nusylvaiila. "I'rlatur." Ink" knows. KJKANTON. AUGUST 11. 1H. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Gotwnor: DAXIKLH. HASTI.N'OS, (Ki'K.Nim. lor I.iruttwinl invernor: WAUT.ti I. YON, Of ALLKUHIExr. lor Auditor (itnernl! AMOS II. JIYUN, OP UANlMHTUU. for Secretary of Itcrnnt A fain: JAMF.H VV. LA'tTA. OK rilll.ADELflin. or Conrwium ei -ill-l.a i y' UAI.l'SlIA A. OROW, ir Sl'gijVKII ANNA. OKOKUK r. Hl'Ff, or wkstmoiiklanu. Election Time, Nov. 6 "THECRi'lSEof the Junkutccrs" Is a book that may te expicteil to reach the book stalls un soon as Pittston bor ough's itinerant Reformers come home and sober up. The Flaint of the Yankee ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 11 August 1894

THE HCIfANTON1 Till 15UNE SATURDAY MOTtSIXO, AUGUST 11, IROt. 5 . (Sure Norrmanfi Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avonuo DON'T Bave your COL1.AKB starched in the 014 y, when you can have them dune with sort, Hiable Buttonnulos for TWO CENTS BACH. Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY WE ARE OFFERING FOK A FEW DAYS: Whipcords Jacquards Serges Henriettas AND Fancies FORMERLY 75o. nnd $1, fop ONLY 58c. In every desirable shade. Hears S Hagen 415 LACKS. 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. Minns k M If 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. Trlbnns reader leaving fur their Hummer's vaeati on can have their favor ite paper nnt to them without extra cnut, hy notlTvlnff this office of the do atred change In the paper' address. An officer lias been detailed to ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 11 August 1894

THE SCI? ANTON TKIBTTNE-SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST 11. , 1894. OF OUR LANGUAGE That li What Englishman Have la the New Standard Dictionary. ITS MERITS ARE VERY NUMEROUS Although Possessing a Vocabulary Considerably Larger Than the Cen tury Dictionary, It Compasses the Whole Field in Two Neat Volumes of a Thousand Pages Each Innova tions That Seem Daring, Yet Have the Sanction of the Highest Scholar shipOther Features Briefly Re viewed. To the prent nmjority of writers find readers of English the fundamental purpose of an English dictionary is to upell and dell ne the live words in the KiikINIi language. The accomplish ment of this task is no mean triumph, since each day adds to the number of permissible words and tothellexibility of their employment in expressing or concealing thought. And while the average man's working vocabulary Is paid to contain scarcely so many words ns are employed in this article, it does not mitik'e In this age of diversified learning to spell and define only...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 11 August 1894

TIIE SCIIANTON TRIBUTE SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 11, 1S94. F MILITIA Col. F. L Hitchcock Favors tbe Passage of Soma New laws. t MEASURES THAT HE ADVOCATES Would Have the Laws So Framed That the Militia Could Be Or ganizad on a National Basis for the Protection of the Country from Invasion or Any Sudden Emergency That Mifiht Arise. The discussion now tUUug the press of the country upon the itvui lability of tho NatlniMl Ruartl organizations of tlio several states for national military operations, oilensive and defensive, prompts nie to reproduce some aiisrgos tionson this subject which 1 nmile In several Articles published in sundry military magazines several years niro. Those articles were written in the hope of promoting sonic concessional lei;is latiou which would make our several National guards available for piu po-es of di Tense or otlbuse, as they might be needed In cases of emergency. It was at a time when General Sher man, the eommauder-iu-clucf of the United States army, had...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 11 August 1894

e www , 8 TfTE SCKaNTON TEIBUNE-SATURDAT MORNING. AUGUST 11. 1894. How to Keep Cool Is asked by every one during these summer day3. Tha seaside and mouatain retreats ofFar a solution of thi3 question. But none of these are tomplete unles3 you avail yourself first of the right kind of material to wear. For our August offer ings of requisit93 we have chosen exsaption ally SUITABLE ARTI CLES and recommend them for their Useful ness, Reasonable Price and Desirable Quility. TO DRESS WELL AT MODERATE COST Is a problem that must be faced by many. !ur Success Has besn largely due to th9 fact that we furnish good3 h style and flash of the high-priced at a Low Cost. GORMAN'S KOKEAX 31VIL. )o fflc-a in j hut C untry Are Back N'i" b r- f he Ant leluvUn 8ort. Washington, Aiu. 10 Little intr m;.ti.u 1 1 t:i- transmission of t ti Uniieil Stitea mails can be caa-tnd by tun wnr over C"r, and bo npDrelien aion of Htiy surt is f-m-rtsined hy ffi ciuUof tbe prsi i ffice departuvut Curea has. no regular...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 13 August 1894

THEY PUKCIIASE PUBLICITY in journals that are on the up ward jump. newspapers. $ EIGLTT PAGES 5 G COLUMNS. hCRANTON. TA.. MONDAY MORXIXG. AUGUST 13. 1S94. TWO CENTS A COrY. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SCRANTON BUSINESS MB THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER LIVE BUSINESS MEN Don't tie up with down- at- the - heel STATE AGIST PULLMAN PARTI & Petition In Court to Declare tbe Company's Charter Void. BLOW AT HEARTLESS SYNDICATE Attorney General Moloney Files Pa pers Declaring That the Pullman Corporation Has Usurped the Powers of a Municipality and Has Exceeded Its Rights The Fight Against the Soulless Corporation Will Be Determined and Unyielding. Chicago, Aug. 13. HT 1:20 o'clock yesterday afternoon A Attorney-General Moloney sp irit peered in tbe office of tbe cir LTU enit clerk of Cook county and tiled a petition covering sixty pages of type-written legal-sap paper askiug for a bill in equity against the Pullman Palace Car company, and culling upon It to sbow c...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 13 August 1894

THE SCIt ANTON TlilBTTNE -MONDAY MORNING. AUGUST 13. 1894. A BALL Scranton Won One and Lost Ono to Spring flold Saturday. BUFFALO ALSO DEFEATS OUR PETS The Bisons Had No Very Difficult Time in Doing It Yesterday and Likewise Coming Dangerously Near Passing Us in the Race for the Pennant Standing of the Clubs. National League Games Played Sat urdayInteresting Base Ball Gos sip. ..1 IIILE SerantoQ was fortunate enouirh in IT VVi-VWt breaking the inonot ' . Ml oby of tho long string of defeats, which she had sus tained since enter ing the Eastern league, by defeating tho Springfield club in the second irauie played Saturday, she also lost two L'nmi sines our Inst report, one to Sspriunfielil and one to Buffalo. A glance ut the subjoined ta ble of percentages will convince- any ren ler that she will have to put up a differeut article of ball if she vf itbes to remaiu eecoud iu the championship race. The percentages of the clubs, uurn ber of games won and lost by each, and their standing...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 13 August 1894

TILLS SCliAKTON TRIJJUNE MONDAY MORNING. AUGUST 13. 185)4. 3 STELLE & SEELEY 134 Wyoming Ave. PIANOS ORGANS We will show you what ; you want. A Foe to Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD -USE THE SNOW WHITE FLOUR ' And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO THE TRADE BY The Weston Mill Co EEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS J THE BEWUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITU13 G., B. & Co., mnr!ntoi nn Each Clnw. Carney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. llitui UUlsK bUUAUK. DR. H. B. WARE will be in his office on and after the first week in Septem ber. To the Republican Party of Lacka - wanna County: I hereby announce that I Wilt be a candidate for the office of recorder of deeds of Lackawanna county before the next Republican convention. H. L. HALSTEAD. PERSONAL. Albert G. Bunt is at Cottage City. J. W. Peck and family, left on Saturday lor Atlantic city. ' A. C. Monies, of Green Eidge street, is in ixew lorn city. Fred J. Ainsden, the architect, was in PlyuioutU on Saturday. Organist Carter returne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 13 August 1894

4 TIIE SCRANTON THIBIWE-MODAY MOItNTNCr. AUGUST 13, 1894. PUHIBHCO DAILY IN 8CRaNTOH, F. T THi TRieuna PoBtiiHiHO Company E. P. KINGSBURY. NrwYomi email Yaiegns gnome. rav, Manaun. , INIHU T TM fOTOr.iet T 0AT, M.. HUm-tUH MAI4 MHHB. "1 rlnttra Ink," the recounted Journal for aJvurtliors, rates tliv SCRANTON XilllU NEni the best arivertlaliig medium In Northeastern Pennsylvania, "I'rinterst' Ink" knows. K'HANTON". AUGUST IS. 1HW. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor; DANIEL H. HASTINGS, For Lieutenant Governor: VAllF.H LYON, or allcuhunv. tor Auditor General: AMOS U. MYM3, Of LAKCASTEU. For Secretary of llernnl A fain: JAMBS W. LATTA, OF I'tllLAOEI.PHIA. For Congreasmen-at-Large: UALUBHA A. UKOW, VY SL'HQUEHAXNA. V GEORGE K. HUFF, OK WEbTMOKKLANtt Election Time, Nov. o "Give the country a rest," savs Hill. It bus bad too much of that al ready. "Give tbe country work," nays ,tbe Republican party. Which is the wiser cry? Adjourn and Go Home. Senator Hill's explanation of his resoluti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 13 August 1894

Tllti HCllANTON riUHUJSE MUNUAY. MOKJNimf, AUUUST 1, 18W-1. A pure cream of tartar" r- 4 r life It does more work' and finer worlTttian any other.11! If you do jot find it exactly as represented you caireturnitto your.groce and he will pay you back your money. ' ' Clmlani Baking PmxUr Co., Nnu Ytrt, Succtuor h Ctmtland Bnlhiri. , Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenua Save your COILARS Btarohed In the eld Way, When you ean have th.)U! d one ' BU.blo Buttouholo. lor TWO CENTS EACH. Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY WE ARE OFFERING FOR A FEW DAYS: Whipcords Jacquards Serges Henriettas AMD Fancies FORMERLY 75o. and $1, for ONLY 59c. Tn every desirable aha vie. ears 415 LACKA, 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. lams & 127 "Wyoming Ave.. To my friends: I hereby announce that I will be a candidate for the norm ration of district attorney, before the Republican County convention. JO...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 13 August 1894

6 THE SCEANTON TEIJiUNE-MONDAY MOUSING. AUGUST 13. 1894. BEAD IT 1NHER DID. How Cbeiro the Palmist Solved a Life's Secret (HE BESTOBATI05 OF A WAIF. n Odd AdYentnre Near London and Its BorpTislnar Sequel A Mystery Solved Mid ft Tragedy Averted by the Blue Vein of Two Hand Copyright, 18W, by Amerloftn Press Associa tion. One morning I received the following letter, written on cheap paper, In scratchy, pad handwriting; Djcab Sin What would you charge to come own to tills place, about 80 miles from Lon don, and read the hand of a young girl? Please reply to X., care of ixutoffloe, Waltham Cross, Bespeotfully yours, X. My first thought was, "Oh, peoplo of (his class will never pay ray price, " but to toy surprise, In answer to my secretary's letter, back came another scratchy note agreeing to my terms and arranging the following Sunday for my visit. Sunday came, a bright, springlike day lit the end of March, ItiOS. I caught my (rain at Broa-3 street and started to solve frhat even then ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 13 August 1894

THE SCBAKTON TRIBUTE MONDAY MOROTNG, AUGUST 13, 1894. L OF In commenting npon tbs poiltion of thsResiltuK railroad, the Philadelphia Stockholder Buys: It ig uoae too toon for Reading; ssourlty bolder to seri ously consider who will b the best man to aiiimoiwter the affairs of tbe company one it is reorganized, for upon the bend of tbe company will rest tbe responsibility to maintain its in solvency aud to ttxpaud its earning ca pacity. Without a capable, safe presi dent the Reading bad'.as well cot be re organized, cxtept for temporary advan tages. In its later history it has not bad an ideal man for the chief place, although Mr. Uowen and Mr. MsLeoJ were, each in bis way, possessed of a high order of ability. Tbey did not, however, combine all the qualifications necessary to insure to tne Heading a credit suoU as it should have by right of its intrinsic assets. In their time they, though, did good work as well as some poor; tbey played a necessary part in tbe development of tbe K j...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 13 August 1894

8' TUB SdlANTON TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING. AUGUST 13, 1894. How to Keep Cool Is asked by every one . during these summer days. The seaside and mountain retreats offer a solution of this question. But none of these are complete unless you avail yourself first of the right kind of material to wear. For our August offer ings of requisites we have chosen exception ally SUITABLE ARTI CLES and recommend them for their Useful ness, Reasonable Price and Desirable Quality. TO DRESS WELL iT MODERATE COST Is a problem that must be faced by many. Our Success Has been largely due to the fact that we furnish goods in style and finish of the high-priced at a Low Cost. GORMAN'S DutPD K EYSTONE Academy FACTORY VILIiK, i'A. A refined school homo. Propiras for the bent 1 ct; s. 'i huriiim'U oouriea in Sluaio and Art. Teuchuru' 11ms gives beat preparation for 1't'UCUlMK. Commercial Course includus Typewriting aud shorthand. ' Posi iouh i'urei for Graduates. Send fur new illustrated circular. t. M. LOOM IS...

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