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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 16 August 1894

THE SCItANTON TRIBUNE THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1G, 1804. f; Cleveland's baking pow der C does not contain v a particle of ammonia, alum or any adulteration. , Everything used in mak ing it is plainly printed on the label . " (Surej y Food raised with it re tains its natural moisture and flavor. Cleveland Baking Powder Co.,Nw York, Buccewoi to Clevcluud lirothera. Norrmanfi Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming AvenuD Eave your COLLARS starched to the ell way. when yon can have thum done with soft, pliable Buttonhole for TWO CENTS EACH. Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY 2-Days' Sale-2 OF WASH GOODS -ox-Saturday and Monday. Our entire lino of Scotch Ging hams, Persian Mulls, Printed Piques and Dimities, worth 23c, for 10c. Ginghams, Organdies, Sateens, etc., worth 12 l-2c, for 5c ULR0D 415 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 c...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 16 August 1894

THE SCRAtfTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY MOttNTNO. AUGUST 16. 1894.' HAED TO UNDERSTAND. THE IRREPRESSIBLE BOY WHO IS ' FOUND EVERYWHERE. Be May Not De All That Oar Fancy Taints Him, but He Manages to Make Himself Felt in Whatever Position Be May Be Placed. The irrepressible boy is a character, and there are a good many of him. He is as omnipotent us he is voluminous. He bobs up tinuVr the most inconceivable circum Ktunces, and generally with a serenity that In provoking. You can't bottle him, nud It would be ivpruhensibie to kill him. You can kit down on him, but lie won't stay nit down on. Ho i a terror to his sister and his smut's lover; family secrets are not sacred iu his eyes; he shirks his own work, but is always ready to do another boy's, or, more particularly, a full grown man's work. Today lie is horribly matter of fact, to morrow lie may be mawkishly sentimeutal. Atone moment he startles you with the vigor of his loic, at tlio next he surprises you with the silliness of his deducti...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 16 August 1894

THE SCI?ATON TlilB'RJN'E TIIUItSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 10, 1SD4. GENERAL OF NEWS INDUSTRIES JourntlUt NlTsn, of Wllkei-Bsrre, droYt down to Patterson grov the other day to deliver an uuMreiij (all ot olotjaenc tad fir to u assiinoly o! war tetiraiii. InoidDtlly, with a newipopcr man'f natural instinof, he Htaiublad upoa big- scheme which is now agitating certain capitalist of Uhiclcsbinny, the details of which are oatertalpinKly set forth in tbt Record Tb enterprise Is nothing more nor less i has assured tbe shop men in the employ ot than tha building of an lectrio road I the company that with the revival ol from Shickshlnny to Benton, twenty j railroad business their waBes shall be re adies away. Thoss interested have I stored. ,,..,, , not jeen talkina- th. thine- over for a cood I All the wholesale fruit dealers of Boston while and It would haV. been put into I loroe before this, were not the state nws regulating freight trufflo prohibl- ; tire so far as electrlo roads are con- ; ea...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 16 August 1894

s: TJIE SCBANTON TEIBUNE TIIUESDAT MORHINGr. AUGUST 1G. 1894. low to (eep Cool Is a3ked by every one during ' th338 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 AT MODERATE Is a problem that must be faced by many. 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 SEX AMONG DIAMONDS. A Xcw Vorlt Jeweler Discourse About a Tray of Precious Gciii!!. Ill t!io bijj show window of a jewelry store resti'd last week a small tray that gathered a crowd of curious spectators to the window. Kvory tinio tho sunlight played upon the pinto (ilnns tho tray cor uscated with iirimnatie hues of dazzling brilliancy. Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 August 1894

You are invited to inspect THE TOMOEE p TOMORROW. EIGi. l'AGES-50 COLUMNS. SCRANTON. PA., FRIDAY MORNING. AUGUST 17. 1S04. TWO CENTS A COrY. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION CRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER You are invited to inspect THE DIE Ilfc HE 11 SENATE BURIES HOUSE BILLS The Popgun Tariff Measures Are Embalmed In Committee. SPEECH-MING IS ON THE WANE Senate Transact Business with Des patch and Passes Several Measures. By Vote of Nearly Two to One Four House Bills Placing Sugar, Iron, Coal and Barbed Wire on Fr. e List Are Referred to the Finance Committee Appropriations by the House. Washington, Ang. 10. T 'HE senat snowed itself today to be of a practical turu of wind and rather inclined to notion than to discussion It passed. with only tbe briefeU staUmnut tbe bill reported by Seuator Hill, (Dew.. N. Y ), fur the exclusion and deporu tiou uf alien anarchists. It dispose! of the four house bllli to plaoe oa the free lint, sugar, con!, irou ore ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 August 1894

a THE 6CRANT0N TEIBUNE-FRID AY MORNING. AUGUST 17. 1894. BASE BALL ficranton Loses Another Game to the Avari cious Blackbirds. COME OfF THE TOBOS, PLEASE Wilkes-Barre and Springfield Both Win and Lose a Game The Clam Diggera Take Two from the Bingos. Buffalo Wins from Syracuse Stand ing of the Clubs National and State League Results Notes of the Diamond A Breezy Batch of Live Sporting News, Both Local and General. E lost another, and sonasqaeotly crop ped down still fur ther In the percent age column, and only tbrse points ahead of Wilkes- Tturrs. which club won one and lost on. as a result tmn Pimil TllaTf with Springfield Tha Prnvidane a,l ill nlreadv envUbl position at the head of the list of clubs hy winnlm two games from the by-thls-time disbanded Binghamton team. The Boffalos also won another 8me from Syracait. Springfield aud Syra cuse are tie for sixth plaoe, with a per centage of .439. The percentages of the clubs, num ber of games won and lost by each, aud their standing l...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 August 1894

T1IE SCTIANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING-. AUGUST 17, 1894. STELLE & SEELEV 134 Wyoming Aye. We will show you what you want. GOOD BREAD -USE THE SHOW WHIT And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO THE TRADE BY The Weston 111 Co EEWARE 0? COUNTERFEITS ) THE BFWIWE PfiPUUB Punch Cigars ' HAVE THE IMlTUtS G.4 B. 8t Co., lmrrlnit on Each C'lftf. Qarney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. Ilillil Mltl MJUAilK. DR. H. B. WARS will be in his offisa on and after the first week in Septem ber. PERSONAL. Sheriff Fnhey Is in New York. Mrs. Wude M. Finn will leave today for Ocean Grove. Miss Marao Budcett nf Carbondale, is the guest of Mi.a k.ita Crane of Dunuiore Leo R'.os, of Fine street, who has been at Lake Ariel, baa returned borne iif til- a aliort stay. Churles House, of the city controller's mnce, is imctf at uisUesK after u pleasant two wi'eKs' vacation. Jnmes F. Hcaulon of Xew York, who has been the guest of Edward O'lloyle of Capouao avenue, returned home yester day. T. V. Powderl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 August 1894

TIIE Sdl ANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING-, AUGUST 17, 1894. PudlSMIO DAILY IN 8CNANT0N. P-l TNI tiue Puslkhino Company t P. KINQSBURT, imul ll NraVemiemi , tUNAIB. uiioin. raaaa MTHU AT YMI -WOrrie T (OMNTON, Nk. M r.GON-OUke MAIi HATTKA. "Printer Ink," tb reeugulsed Journal for dTrtliora, rate the SCRANTON TRIBUNE ai tbe belt adrertlslog incdluui In Mortheaatern Pennsylvania, "Printers' Ink" know. ECBANTON. AUGUST 17. 1894. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKtT. for Governor.' DANIEL H. HASTINGS, Ol'CKNTKIU for lieutenant Governor: WALTER LYONi Ot'ALLKOHENY. For Auditor General: AMOS H. JaTLIU, 01' LA.NCASTKR. for Secretary of Iternal AJJalni JAMES W. LATTA, Or 1'llILADEI I'HIA. for Congreimtien-al-Large: GALU8HA A. GROW. 0 SUSQUEHANNA. GEOHOE F. HUFF, Of WLSTMORLUAND. Elcotlon Time, Nov. & If Scranton had the kind of a pub lic hospital that the third city In the (state deserves to have, there would be no such thing as this now frequent spectacle of sick and injured persons begging In vain for ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 August 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE FBID AY MORNING, AUGUST 17, 1894. 6 Everything used in mak ing Cleveland's Baking Pow der is printed on the label 3oes better workJ yTV M . thaa a heapingvCr lV8poonful " jf ,You't know. what you are eating when you use Cleveland's Baking Powder. Cleveland Baking Powder Co.,New York, Buoceeeor to Cleveland Brotherj. Norrmanfi Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avonuo DOISFT Have your COLLARS starched In ths eld war, when yon can have them done with sotV pliable Buttonholes tor TWO CENTS EACH. Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY 2-Days' Sale-2 OF . WASH GOODS -ON- , Saturday and Monday. Oar entire line of Scotch Ging hams, Persian Mulls, Printed Piques and Dimities, worth 23c., for 10c Ginghams, Organdies, Sateens, etc, worth 12 l-2c., for 5c Hears & Hagen 415 Lacka. Ave. If you want Carpets, Draperies, , Wall Paper or Window Shades, come to us. We have a full line of Ooods, and our prices are very low. 127 Wyoming Ave. To my friends: I hereby announce that I will be a cand...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 August 1894

THE SCE ANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MOIININO. AUGUST 17, 1894. ?LE DID NOT BATHE Writ. THE BENEFICENT EFFECTS OP WATER WAS UNKNOWN. Customs of Royal Personages That Are Bepulaira to tha Modern Idea of Cleao lineea Til. Lack or Bathing Habits Aiuoug tin French and Eusllah. Until about the year WJOall the barbers la Franca and met oiber countries of Europe practioed tba art of turgor. Ia dark and dirty shops they shaved and blad, cut hair and applied ouppiu(( glasses, opened tumor and performed surgical operations still more difficult and dautfer oua. Tbey were desuLaad aa laborers, as every one was despised who mad a practi cal application of bis knowledge in tb form of a trade regularly followed. A class they were much liked by the conimou people, who applied to them for all ordi nary meilioHl advice, but as society became more rrfluert, uud consequently more ez uctiuu iu respect to ueutuess, it beoama necessary to separnte the care of the hair and beard from the treutmeut of diseases, not...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 August 1894

THE SCKJLNTON TRIBUTE FRIDAY HOKLTOTO, AUGUST 17, 1894. - 7 GENERAL NEWS OF Congreiilonal oppoiltlon has t ootohad jut it hai cot killed tea proposed biey )le railroad which promised to carry assengor from Washington to jrothrim in two hours, mora or lots. fh projaoton of ths toheine sra giu it work upon ooDgresi, and are re lonbling their explanation! of its feas ibility. In brief, tueir bill propose to oharter a company to oonitraot an ele rated eleetrioal railway, upon the bl- lyole prinoiple or plan, between the i INDUSTRIES Jities of Washington aud New York, j our indutitries a chance to live; ite ef the roadbed to be conttruoted ot iron j tect upon others will be injuri. r tteel with a single rail in the center i ou. tt cannot materially increase lopported on a line of posts, and hav- tie tide rails reaching d a Dove ine loor of tbe oar and nuder the sills of be car windows, thus forming a trough-shaped structure in wbieb the jars are to run, and haying attached to .he oars wh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 August 1894

8 TITE SCE ANTON iTEIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. AUGUST 17. 1894. How to Keep Cool Is asked by every one during these summer days. The seaside and mountain retreats offar 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 AT 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 Low Cost. GORMAN'S 00 WATER A3 A HEALTH CONSERVATOR. It May He Cud Iiitarnallj as Wall at Ex ternally with Ouud Remit The Internal use of water is a subject about which physioiuns have bad much dUiJUHiiim, aud about which cot all doc tor are agreed. Its value u an agency (or tbe prevention and removal of dis eased conditions is, therefore, too litt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 18 August 1894

There are undoubtedly And tho readers of a good daily newspaper will be in clover. the political world. TWELVE PAGES-84 COLUMNS. BRAXTON. PA.. SATURDAY MOTINIXG. AUGUST 18. 1SJ)4. TWO CENTS A COrY. 1 THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SGBANTON BUSINESS HEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER WWWIVo CREDIT IS EXCELLENT European Eackers are Very Anxious lo No go:iate Large Loans. SILVER IS VISIBLY AFFECTED A Syndicate of German Bankers Be siege tho Viceroy Li Hung Chang for Options on a Loan London Bankers Also Fall Into Lino and En able the Chinese to Make Favorable Terms of Interest on Cash for War Purposes-Japan After Recruits. London. Aug. 17. THE financier! of tnie city, li rlin, aud oturr capitals of Europe re eagerly discussing the proposal I'Miiese lmui. Inquiries tnii t the nffl es of J irdine, Mathcsoti & Co., pr. iniu-nt London end Cbtti .. tUdClls'l, and rtt the oflk'es of the II dig Koug und Shanghai Bank company, show that the loan which the great bauking ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 18 August 1894

- v- 2 TIIE SCHANTON TKIBUNE SATUBDAT MORNING. . AUGUST 18 1894. J BASE Eanagcr Cabin Celebrates His Return Home by Meeting with Defeat. KELLY AND BIS MEN DID IT. Tho Syracusans Also Lowor the Plumes of Manager Shannon's Wilkes-Barre Would-bo's Provi dence Loses to Buffalo and Spring field to Erie Standing of the Clubs. National League Summarijs Base Ball and Other Interesting Sport ing Gossip. IKE KELLY and Lis uiiio ot celebrated have-beene swooneJ down upon Scran- -n. ,l)U yesieruiiy, n ViyWiVfl - Muncer Cahill's Iu- dlana werei;iven ttu other push down the tohotBan o( Eastern lutiifUH per centages. W'llkeB- Btirro ulso lost to Syracuse inmniy through errors, while Buffalo huuiblt'tl the coralnj ehHwpioas and Erio cauie very near shutting ont the tjpriuti.jliiJ. The percentages of the clubs, num ber of same woa end lost by each, ami their staudiag In the league race is s loilows: Won. ... 65 ,.. SO ... 4-1 Lost. yo 44 sr 4i 4'4 10 47 bo1 Per C't. .647 .5f.H Mi .bVl .5D8 .4S.1 .47...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 18 August 1894

THE SCTtANTON TRIBUNE SAT LTKDAY MORNING. AUGUST IS, 1894. 3 STELLE & SEELEY 134 Wyoming Aye. We will show ycu what you want. GOOD BREAD USE TIIE And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALK TO UHE THADE Btf The Weston Mill Co LEWARB 0? COUNTERFEITS TfF PFWIIIWc PDPIJUni Punch Cigars HAVE THE IN'TIA'S B. & Co., Ilrpelnta nn E'OMVflSf. Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. DR. H. B. WARS will be in his offisa on and after the first week in Septem ber. NO H i D I MtS I Hikfc. At'a intio Cltv't Biilliant Seaaon Tha S'y)Rnutl., Grar Travel Go to the Keaabore, thou pessimist 1 nnd be convinced that thy dire complainings Biient "Hard Times" are wrong.all wronu! Never lu Ps history has Atlantic City held so much of guietr.eucb euortnnu; numbers of visitors an Ht the present tune. In it bcciuwe that frigbtsr m bugaboo "Hard limb" has no r al exi-tence. or do people go there to llee their tiuaiicial giieN and drown their business tori ows in the foam ing surf and foaming HnUa watei...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 18 August 1894

TIIE SCI? ANTON THIBTTNE-SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST' 18, 1894. t ?e cranfon Zxifant PUILIIHID DAILY IN 8CBNT0H, ., IT TNI TmSUNS PUBLI.MINO COMMNV. C. P. KINQ8BURV, MAY, MANAOKII. NTKRBO Y THE PO.TOFffCI Y CUNTQH, "Z'vliitisrs' Ink," tlio rucn;iliiil Journal for uJvprtUeu, lutes tliu SCUANTON : TRIIH'KEus the hext iKtvertlsln int dluui in Northuitatern l'vnuhylvnulx "l'liutcnt' J luk" know. 8CRANT0N. AUGUST 17. I81M. RIPUBUCAN STATE TICKET. fbr Governor; daniel n. iiASTisaa, Ok' CKNTKM. For UtHicnnnt Onvrmor: WALTKlt LYOJf, til AtXI.UllUNIf. Fer Auditor Gtniral: AMOS II. MYLKT, 01' I.ANC.STIilt. for Sicrttarji ofllema! .i(falrv JAMK8 W. LATTA, OF flllLAHKLfUIA. tor Conircmimn-al-Larija: UALUhilA A. OKOW, OKHI'StjCCIUNXA. tir.oiiOE v. ni'FP, OK WFTSIOIU:i.AND. Election Time. Nov. H If there iue nny rattlers of this pa per J11 rittftlon who four Unit they wll wifB news of tho council procct'dhigs in that borough through the threat of Jim Crow politicians that our repre sentative will he...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 18 August 1894

THE SCHANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 18, 1894. 5 v Emphatically ' 4 W W VI ft "Pure" and "Sire." The strength comns fror1 erpnm cf tartar and soda only, no ammonia, no alum. the best work, and, best of CUvtUmi Baking Pvwaer Co., New Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenuo Have your COLLAUS starched In ths cH way, when yon can have them done with soft, pliable Buttonholes (or TWO CENTS EACH. Lackawanna T HE LAUNDRY 2-Days' Sale-2 -OP- WASH GOODS -ON- Saturday and Monday. Oar entire lino of Scotch Ging hams, Persian Mulls, Trinted Piques and Dimities, worth 25c, for 10 c. Ginghams, Organdies, Sateens, etc., worth 12 l-2c., for fie. uican a iia 415 Lacka. Ave. If you want Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper or Window Shades, come to us. We have a full line of g-pods, and our prices are very low. Williams & !Mi 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 conventio...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 18 August 1894

THE SCBANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 18, 1894. VICE AND WICKEDNESS Paiprlsm Misery. Lover-Life IN THE FAMOUSJTOMBS COURT Scene! from the Darker Side of Hu manity In the Old and Dingy Hall of Justice Make the Average Mortal Well Satisfied with Even a Common place Lot In the Social Scale The Experience Which Followed the Re search of a Lecturer. Whenever sr-enes of m ualor. poverty. crime or misery are mentioned or wit- Deseil in Bcruiiton, wnicu lor several years has worn the air of tho usual city Bf a diversified population, the writer Is reminded of the miserable panorama exhibited daily lu the famous romus police court tu New York. The low, (missive, dlny and dank smelling old buildlnif lends a tin in;,' background to tbe sceue9 of Its Interior, and after climbing the steps and turnliiK from tlie dark corridor Into the darker walled police court room tho visitor must, in a measure, be prepared ror the dismal side of humanity portrayed within the enclosure. Of New York's t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 18 August 1894

Allegro mdcterato. grazioso. mm IL tzzt St r 1 ... : I1-, fev Jit" ''A t- 4- A L4- nnn h-ri z nr tfi m w 1-- ITTTn.-TT- AJt mm ( Szzt: EE Out 3 THE SOUANTOH TRIBUNE SATURDAY MOHNXtTO, AUGUST 18, 189. DANCES OF T7HE5 SHADOWS. (INTERMEZZO.) E. L .NEWMAN. -r s t I 1 to -e - tempo. r -- ? tt f r rr Copyright, The New York Musical Echo Co, 1893, . 1 First part then Trio. TRIO. pLgij j g 1 -jg 1 f Lzz)g 1 1 !-o , f , t-- ! ,. a a ,-ir-i- u- ' j 1 tpis; ) f4- 1 j -1- 1 r v 4 iT- f 3 1Ji -5 r-fl -g 0 0- 1 y A r H 1 1- -apoco ralj r -Z m t H-- tcmpo, f - V 9 to - 9 V- J 1 L 'a - t rail, e cres. 3c Z9.9Z 0- o- JO- ff Fine. -Or- Dance of th Shadows.. fed, iiliaiilU fU'UKmilllUIUIUllUUIlIIUIIIIIQIIIIIigiIHIIinniUIIUHIIIUL'!!IIK;::UiUS:!!!!i!!!U!!!9UinUM la be;lle polonaise. POLKA MAZURKA. sur de Motifs de l'Operctte "L'Etudian4 Pauvre." By C. MILLOECKER. 1 pp. nri z izz -$ i I , jr FJ-Ji . 1 rp 1 F rr-H-j 1 1 Mil , H . a. r f 1 r '(- ff- A A - - 4- - ,1.--- ?S j- - 1 " I ..TT .v " 4 1 1 ' 4 1 4...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 18 August 1894

3 THE SCKANTON TKIJiFNE-SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST 18. 1804. i I 171E MYSTERVof r XfA CAB: ETC. COPrRiCiHlLP CHAPTER L If tliore bo wifclit in presentiments, 1 whs wull wanirtl by that first glimpse of the inn. The mouHtrous bulk of gables, sloping roofs and lean chimneys hunched blackly agniust tho sky wouliJ havo scarotl a bolder spirit than mine. All day 1 had walked under blue sky, btilwoun green hedgerows, with light heart and whistling lip. Confronted in the twilight by ho sinistur a scene, 1 felt jualmish. Kagged clouds dropped their fringes over sullen western red, around Bpread tho salt marahes, evil in their desolation, and I, with' chilled blood, stared at tho lonely mansion dominating tho outlook. Here, thought I, nn arlveu turo awaits me. The hour, tho house, tho scone, hint at romance, nnd that of the strangest. So much were my spirits dashed by those ominous environments that it was in my mind to walk tho farther 10 miles and sholter for the night at Marshminsfcr. Vet s...

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