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

THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 4, 1894. M wrier w""- Lxoenence agree that of all "MS THE Norrmanfi Moore FIRE INSURANCE 520 Wyoming Avenue DON'T Bave your COLLARS starched in tke old ay, when yon can have them don with soft tillable Buttonholes tor TWO CENTS EACH. Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY New and Very Choice Line of Trimmings Hears $ Hagen 415 Lacka. Ave. If you want Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper or Window Shades, come to us. We have a full line of poods, and our prices are very low. 127 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. There will be a meeting of tbe managers ' the Florence mission Tuesday at 10 a.m. St. Leo's battalion of tha Wet Side 111 lilVH II UUUJUlllIlHUltirV HUU1H1 LU 1 La n(1V rriAnria a UoaTa' hall hVtrlavr avan. n a. All the Woman's Christian Temperance ." . . . l. ... : 1 1 i i .1 i . j sioio ureen mage Bireec mis nicer. i at o o clock, bvery one welcome. upon the Nay Auk boulevard will be began by n large force of HI1 LIIIH murium. 1 II iirintrH Will Roth and E...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 4 September 1894

TIIE SCHANTON TKIBUITE TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 4, 1891. EDUCATION IN BERLIN. THE CAPITAL IS THE NUCLEUS OF 1 THE NATIONAL 8YSTEM. The Training That Young Germany Gets lu III Schools and Gymnasia Atten tion Paid to the Instruction of the Girls Thrveghont the Empire. Germany seeusi most satisfactorily to bare solved the problem of education for all. Berlin may be considered us the nu cleus of toe whole national system, and from this center it has radiated with trifling and uuiniiwrtant modification over the entire fathorhuid. Taking the capital as the reproaerrtittlve center, there are in Berlin two "royal high schooU" for girls at which the terms for each pupil are 100 marks, or twenty dollars a yeurl The directors receive salaries of 6,000 marks, and those of the professors vary from 500 to 2,000 marks. Thero are five "civil IukIi schools" where the pupils are received on the same terms, where the women teachers are paid from 700 to 8,400 marks. Thero are also 180 "civil communal...

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

f THE SCKAXTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAT- MOIWrtNG; SEPTEMBER 4, 1894; s OP A Pottivill 'dlspatoh assuming to Kir to industrial conditions of that portion of the anthraolto region at this time, gays; "To Btrsub s Hannum (old Standard) abirt fsotorj, employing 125 men and women, has not bad an idla day since lust winter, and is filled witn ordari from New York aid f oil udelpbia that will keep tbein going for months to come. Tbe Xilt bim mill, (he largest of its kind in tbe United states, baa been in operation nil sum mar, and employs upward of 350 oper atives, in very busy times it win viTe tmnloyment to as many more. The TJlmer and tbe Seltzer Packing companies are working fnll-banded Tbe former employs over 200, and tbe latter over 1UU men. Tbere are also two large clothing manufactories bere, and these have been busy all summer on winter olotbing and overcoats, ; together employing over 800 mea and women. Tbe repair shops of tbe Heading Con I and Iron company, employing 800 men, are never ...

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

6. THE SCBANTON TMBUNE-TUESDAT MORNDTG.' SEPTEMBER 4. 1894. What Shall I Get to Wear This Fall? We know what . a momentous question this is, and to help the ladies in just such a dilemma is one of the reasons why we are in business. For the past several months we have been baiy and earnest with all the power of capital, brains and selec tlone at onr command ia bringing yon THE BEST GOODS WE CAN GET AT THE LEAST POSSIBLE PRICES. CUR FALL f OODS of every description, both stylish and handsome, givss our store a pretty look, and we are ready for the early bnyers. ALL SUMMER GOODS LEFT WILL BE SOLD AT UNHEARD OF PRICES and we intern! to keep busy as ever by offering the SEAS ON ABLE GOODS AT LOW PRICES. An Inspection of Our Offering will con vince you that never before has such artistic combinations of color and textnre been displayed, and that we have not been idle during the snuimer months. The Fresent Merchandise moment is not a spuein. BiiiU and shams find no place in our system. TH...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 5 September 1894

THE TRIBUNE . Is for the nominees of the convention. THE TRIBUNE Is for the nominees of the convention. EIGHT PAGES 5 G COLUMNS. KCIt ANTON. TA., WEDNESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 5, 1S94. TWO CENTS A COrY. THE T?BUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SCRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER ERIHG OF L Attendance at the Meeting or State Leaguo Clubs Will Be Largo. ItlANY DELEGATES ON THE GROUND President Robinson Says the Conven tion jWill Be the Largest and Most Enthusiastic in the History of the Organization Delegates Already Arriving General Hastings and the Other Candidates to Be Present. ff n Kakrisburo, Sept. 4. 3 0cjr3HE convention will be the II largest, most successful and II most enthusiastic in the his U tory d( the league." said Congressman "Jack" Robinson, tbe energetic president of tbe State League of Republican clnbs, which will meet in annual convention in this city to morrow. "There will be over 1,000 delegates and alternates in the conven tion. One bnnd...

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

TIUS SCEANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 5. 1894. BASE BALL EASTERN LEAGUE. There were no gaum played yeiter day io the Eaatern league. Yonken was gehedaled to play at Erie, but failed to pot io an appearance, and after conforming to the rnles Korerning snob oaaea the umDire gave the game to Erie, 9 to 0. Tbe following table (fires tbe per centages of tbe clabi, number of games won and lost by eacb nd tbelr stand ing in tbe league raee: Won. Lost. Per C't. .670 .541 .528 .518 .500 .485 .485 .279 Providence 09 Syracuse 69 Erie 58 Buffalo. 01 Springfield 63 Fcranton 60 Wilkea-Barre... 49 Youkere 29 34 50 48 63 63 75 NATIONAL LEAGUE. At Brooklyn Brooklyn 0 000000000 Cleveland 0 0004040 08 Hits Brooklyn, 4; Cleveland, 12. Errors Brooklyn, 8; Cleveland, 0. Batteries Stein an j Dailey; (Cuppy and O'Connor. Umpire Lynch. At New York New York.. ..6 0 0 0 8 3 0 0 8-14 Pittsburg. 3 0 0 0 5 1 0 0 413 Hits-New York. 19; Pittsburg, 15. Er rorsNew York, 5; PittsburB, 8. Batter ies Meekl...

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

THE: SCTiANTON .TBIJJTOE-WEPNESDAY 'MORNING. ' SEPTEMBER 5, 181)4. A Foe to Dyspepsia - ij i GOOD BREAD USE THE And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO 1UE TRADE Blf The Weston IEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS J THE GENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INiTIAt G. B. Sc Co., fmnrlntM rn Pfh Claw. Garney, Brown 6 Co. Mfr's. IOUKT MOllSH kUL'AUK Dr. H. B. WARE . PRACTICE LIMITED TO THE EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT 406 Spruce'Stteet.' Office Honrs.: hlnllZ0 I 3 TO 5. PERSONAL Mr. una Mrs. C. A. Summers, avenue, nreut Montroso. of Adains Bliss Marie Bnrrett, of Pittstoo, is visit ing her friends iu Scranton. Ming Jnssie Torry, of Clinton plnce, is visiting frieud3 at Wilkt's-Uurri. Judge and Mrs. II. M. J.dwnnls returned borne yesterday from the seashore. Iiev. R. A. IIcAndrow, of Wilkos-Bnrre, viiu ted her Hcrautou friends yesterday. Dr. Joseph Furry, wife mid daughter am the guests of Judgoli. M. Edwards and mio. Dr. Burnett is convalescent from his re cent serious illuebs, and is...

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

THE SCEANTON TEIBUNE-WEDNvESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 5, 1894. tfy ctanfon txihnt PUBLISHED tltt IN SCBallTOII, M., Tl" TRIBUKS PU1UMIK COMPANY. ' K. P. KINQ8BURT. Mll iVmll Taieuoa uiiewe. " SlU MANAWIL Tiail T m POBTOrTIOI T eAllT Mm as) BIOOaB-euaa MA1 MATTO "Printers' Ik," the recognized Journal for advertisers, rates the SCRANTON 1 TtHlL'NK ss the best advertising medium In Northeastern l'eniuylTanla. 'Printer Ink" knows, SCRANTON. SEPTEMBER, 6. 189. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor: DANIEL H. HA8TIN04 orCENTKH. For Lieutenant Governor; WALTER LYON, 01 ALLLUHKNI. for Auditor General: AMOS H. MYLIS, Or LANCASTER, for Secretary ofltemaX Affair JAMES W. LATTA, Or PUILADELI'UIA. for ConcreuMtnen-at-Largr: OALU8HA A. GROW, OF SUSyCEUAKNA. GEOUGEF. HUFF, Or WESTMUUEUA.ND. Election Time, Kov. & REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. for Connrent: JOSEPH A. SCRANTON. For Latvjuilye: KOUEIiT V ARCHBALD. Ior thtriff: FHANK H. (.'LEMONS, for Conn'! Treasurer: THOMAS D. DAVIE3. for Clerk of the V...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 5 September 1894

THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE "WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 5, 1894, ., k oonful o , Vloes betterwork yfw than a heapiDg&-y . V spoonful r y Vof others. Norrmanfi Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue DOK'T Hare your COLLARS starched In tie o!4 way. when yon can have them done with sot pliable Buttonholes tor TWO CENTS KAOtt Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY New and Very Choice Line of JET Trimmings Mears & Hageu 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. 11 127 "Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. The Delaware, Lackawanna and West ern will pay at the machine shops tomor row. The diagram for the "Spider and Fly" opens at the Academy of Music box ollioe at V o'cloclc tins morning. The regular monthly meeting of the eureka literary society will be Held at the home of George Walter, S17 Olive street, Friday evening at 7.80 o'clock. The schools of the city will reopen next Monday, (superintendent Ueoree...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 5 September 1894

TlIE SCRANTON TlttEUNE WEDNESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 5, 1894. -3T WHITE WOMAN.: CURIOSITY OF SAVAGES ' AT THE SIGHT OF AN AMERICAN. Wrs. Ilnvld Ker Tells About Her Travels in the Heart of Went Africa Oueer Cutoim of the People Hhe Haw There. How the Sick Are Treated. It is a quocr sensation, to those not used lo it, to be tho ceuter ot attraction to hun dreds of people, to be surrounded by a sea Of faces, mid all starius bard at you with different expressions of wonder, curiosity Hid amusement, lint then I was tho first white woman that the Duallas of tbe Cam eroons river, West Africa, hod ever noun, Bud so it was no wonder that they were as tonished at my appearance in their village Everybody left off tlieir different occupa tions and followed us wburevor wo went, slioutiuK and lauKhiug, aud all struRsling to gut near me. Crowds of them ran on in front, and thou, turning round to stare for a few seconds, would rush on ngain to keep up with us. lint my embarrassment at being the caus...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 5 September 1894

THE SCItANTON TRIBTT-WEDNESDAY , MOE!NTlTGr7 SEPTEMBER 5," 1894: T GENERAL NEWS OF The PhiisdelpliU Proii doei not ffDt President Harris dapoied from 1h Reading railroad management It HJit "Tbsrs it grtra doubt about Ihe future of Readieg if thsrs ii to be change in management erery two or three yean. Mr. Harris, the present president, it an honest and capable man. He bat been a mining engineer all bit life and hat always been ac quainted with the Reading minet and business and property. Some people lay he it not a railroad man. He bat shown aince he took the presidency of Reading that be knows bow to run a road economically and he baa kept away from the ttock market. An hon est, capable, non-ipeoulating president it a great thing for any railroad in these difficult and dangerons times. K the Reading security bolders could and would elect Mr. Harris next Jan nary for the term of ten years they would do a wise thing. If there is to be a change Mr. Wausmaker would probably be as good ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 5 September 1894

8 THE SCHANTON TRIBUNE WEDNESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 5. 189& t Shall I Get . to" Wisar This Fal? Wo know what a momentous question this is, and to help tho ladies iuj usfc such a dilemma is one of the reasons why we are iu business. For tho past several months wt have been buny and earnest with all the power of capital, brains and (elec tions at our command in bringing you THE BEST GOODS WE CAN GET AT THE LEAST POSSIBLE PRICES. CUR FALL rOODS of every description, both stylish and handsome, gives our store a pretty look, and we are ready for the early bnyors. ALL SUMMER GOODS LEFT WILL PE SOLD AT UNHEARD OF PRICES and we intend to keep busy as ever by oflsring the SEAS ON ABLE GOODS AT LOW PRICES An Inspection of Our Offering will con vince you that never before has such artistic combinations of oolor and texture been displayed, and that we have not been idle during the summer months. The Fresent Merchandise moment is not a spusm. Baits and shams find no place in our system. THE ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 6 September 1894

THE TRIBUNE Is for the nominee) of the convention. EIGIIT PAGES--56 COLUMNS. SCRANTON. PA., THURSDAY MOHNING. SEPTEMBER . 1S94. TWO CENTS A COPY. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SCRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN INT OTHER MORNIIIS PAPER THE TRIBUNE : Js for the nominees of the convention. ATE Ithnsiastic Gathering at Harrisbnrg MAJOR WARREN ELECTED PRESIDENT The Most Enthusiastic Meeting Ever Held in Pennsylvania's Capitol Hun dreds of Patriotic Citizens Deliberate Upon the Best Methods of Fighting the Free Trade Dragon Scranton's Brilliant Attorney Chosen President Without Opposition A. J. Colborn, Jr., Electrifies the Assemblage by His Eloquence Great Mass Meeting in the Evening The Campaign Opened by General Hastings in an Exhaustive Review of the Situation. Etlilorial Corresimndenct of th Tribune. Uarrisbuko, Pa.. Sept 5. SELDOM has a conyeution been bo eleatri&ed as was the seventh annual convention of tbe Penn sylvania League of Republican clubs, by tbe addre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 6 September 1894

THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE THURSDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER G, 1894.' BASE BALL. Scranton Drops Another Peg In the Eastern League Pennant Race! PROVIDENCE THE CAUSE OF IT. Syracuse Adds to Their Percentage by Defeating Springfield, and Wilkes Barre Wallops the Bisons Wet Grounds Prevent the Erie-Yonkers Game Standing of the Clubs Na tional and State League Results. General Sporting News. H a remit or the games played yes terday In toe bast em lestue, Scran ton, through tbe loss of a game to Providence, and a (rime won by Wilkei-Barro ever Buffalo, is forced down into seventh p I a e e. Syracuse again added to her already coed sec ond position by defeating Springfield. Tbe following table gives the per centages of the clabf, number of games won-and lost by eaoh and their stand ing in the league rase: Won. Lost. Per Ct. .673 .645 MS .60S .495 .490 .481 .879 Providence 70 Byracuse. ...... CO Erie 68 . Buffalo 61 Bpringfleld..... 63 AV ilkes-Barre... 60 Poranton ....... 60 Yonkers. 89 84 60 48 6...

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

l THE SCTIANTON TRIBUNE THURSDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER' G, 1891. 1 i ..I A Foe to Dyspepsia - GOOD BREAD , USE THE SNOW WHIT! FLOUR And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO - THE TRADE BV , The Weston ill Co, EEWARfi OF COUNTERFEITS J THE BFWUINE POPIIUft Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G.. B. 8c Co,, fmnrlnfpil en Earth Olfltw. Garney, Brown & Co. MIT's. CIIDItT HOISK fcUUAKK. Dr. H. B. WARE PRACTICE L1MIT70 TO THE EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT 406 Spruco Street. Offle Honrs: j " l A TO , Miss Ek'nnnr of .TiieVsonvllle, is tho guest of il.-s. Y-'Uliani Conuell. Bpiintor Clmiliit ."itfcS'.sr, cf Now YrV, and daughters, Aou,.-, GerKa ami Jo sephine, nro the of !r. r.':d Mrs. Charles Robinson. Thomas CilCHiiiu Evn.v. '.'! noted Wckli bard of Jiauticoke, will o. a prominent figure at tho .foatival '.oOkv. lie is tho pucet cf Altlorimm Wi'.liai'.is, of the North End. Mr. Evans to.ik iiifh decrees ju poetry anil liioralr.ro ai tin yr.as Chicago festival in lfc'l3. Jlr. and Mr...

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

f r-r - S-v.. . THE SCKANTON TBIBUKE THURSDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 6, 1894. PU1LIHI0 DAILY IN SCMNTOH, Tsituna Puiushins Company B. P. KINOSBURY. Maat Niw Y. Omel I Tmmim OuiUMea. 1 uv. MaNaaio. unm Y YMt OT0fIO T 0TH. I IUO'HH Mil MTTCa. "Printers' Ink," the recognized journal for atlTertlaera, rates the SCBANTON Til I III N K na the best advertising medium in Kortheaatera rennaylvanla. ''Printers' uk" know. ECRANTON. SEPTEMBER, 8. ISM. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor! DANIEL H. HASTING Of CENTkO. For Lieutenant Governor: WALTER LYON, Off ALLKUHCN Y. lor Auditor General: AMOS H. MYLIN, OF LANCASTER. For Secretary oItemal AffairU JAMES W. LATTA, Off PHILADELPHIA, for Congreiumeii-at-Large: GAIXSHA A. GROW, OF SUWJOEHANNA. GEORGE P. HUFF, or WESTMORLAND. Election Time, Nov. & REPUBLICAN COUNTV TICKET. For Connreft.tr JOSEPH A. 8CRANTON. For Law Judge: KOBERT W. ARCH BALD. lor thu itf: i'HAKK H. CLEMONS. for Count u Tieanurer: THOMAS D. DAV1ES. for Clerk of the Courts: John h....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 6 September 1894

THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE Til CJRSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER G, 1894.. "I wish to W that I use'and ;recommend"one and only one bak ingrpowder,Tandthat is Cleveland's." Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue DOISTT HSTS your tULLAKR I8T0I10a IB mm way, when yon can hv them done with soft, pliable Buttonhole, tor TWO CENTS BACH Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY . . . a. u New and Very Choice Line of JET Trimmings Hears & Hagen 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. illlams k 127 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. Tbe board of health will hold a regular meeting at 3 o'clock Friday afternoon. The Delaware, Lackawanna and West ern company paid its employes at the1 Btorra abaft yesterday. Tbe Delaware, Lackawanna and West ern company paid its employes at the car shops yesterday, and today will pay the employes of the southern dlviaion. Anton Wesna was received at tbe Lack wanna hospital yeste...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 6 September 1894

6 TIIE SCKANTON TRIBUNE TIIU11SDAT MORNING, SEPTEMBER 6, 1894. STATE LEAGUE CONVENTION Concluded from Page f. the Dsst: it is readv for its enunlly clor ions work in the future. The party of soldinrs and statesmen, lioroes and martyrs ban finished the work of its lusty youth; i t now enters on the task of its strong manhood. And here on the threshold of that task, hero at this momentum epoch of its history it unfurls its standard, "Pro tection to American Industries, American Labor and American Homes J" The Ho- publican Leai'iio of I'ennsylvauia, com posed of the young blood of the party, will bo a mighty factor, a powerful auxiliary In helping sprem! the principles ol liopuu- licauumi throughout this great Common wealth. This is the year when every force must be utilized, overy power working in harmony with the state ore.inissution, to secure an overwlmhnlnir triumph. Ho who would direct the atT.iirs of the Repttb limn State league should be out) whose Re publicanism has never been...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 6 September 1894

THE SCBANTON . TRIBUNETHURSDAY MORNING,1 SEPTEMBER C, 1894." GENERAL NEWS " OF A special to tha Philadelphia Record frsm Nsw York lavs the formal dsn for tha reorganization of the Reading BailrOBd company will b presented to in receivers of tbs company, wnut id attain of tbli plan have been care fully cuarded It ia considered abso lately certain that do assessment of tbe took and junior aeoaritiei is contemp lated. Tbe atook and reference bond' holders will be asked, however, to sob- on Be to an lasne of 5 per cent collat eral trust bonds at a fair price, $10 -000.000 of whlcb, backed by $15,000,000 securities, are now in tbe company's treasury, una refunding of tbe gen eral mortgage sonpons for tbe period of five years and tbe creation of a vot ing trnst dnring tbe period of refund ing is another provision, though tbe voting trnst features is snsceptible to a change in favor of a representation on tbe board of managers of tbe general mortgage and preference income bondholders. Tbe ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 6 September 1894

TilE f SCIULNT01T TRIBUNETHURSDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 6. 1894.' t Shall I Get to Wear This Fall? We know what a momentous question this is, and to help the ladies in just such a dilemma is one of tho reasons why we are in business. For tha past several months w hare been busy aud earnest with all the power of capita, brains and selec tions at our command in bringing you THE 13E9T QOOD3WE CAN GET AT THE LEAST POSSIBLE TRICES. , OUR FALL I OODS or every description, both stylish and handsome, gives our store n pretty look, and we are reaily for tho early bnyers. ALL SUMMER GOODS LEFT WILL LE SOLD AT UNHEARD OF PRICES and we intend to keep bmv as ever by offering the SEAS CKfAHLE GOODS AT LOW PRICES. An Inspection of Our Offering will con vince you that never before has euch artistic combinations of color and teztnre been displayed, aud that we have not been idle during the snmmer months. The Present Merchandise moment is not a spasm. Units and shams find no place in our system. THE LOS...

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