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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 7 September 1894

THE TRIBUNE Is for the nominees of the convention. Stifflttfam ABB? Ikttit THE TRIBUNE Is for the nominees of the convention. EIGHT PAGES--- ,1? 1 SCR ANTON. FA.. FRIDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 7, 1S94. - TWO CENTS A COPY. THE TRIBUNE HAS aUrOETbONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SCRAoN BOSINESiMlflN FanYTtHER MOllilfiPEj T. ; - ? , TARIFF, WILL BE THE ISSUE v Governor McKlnley's Opinion or the Situa tion. NEXT HOUSE WILL BE REPUBLICAN The Great Statesman Rather Shy When Interviewed Upon the Subject of Presidential Nomination Re gards the Loss of Senator Jones as Serious All Signs Point to the Success of the Republican Ticket Throughout the Country. Boston. Sent. 6. OVERNOR WILLIAM M'KIN u ley, of Ohio, arrived In Boston n today on his way to Maine, to ViiJ to take part in the Reed cam pniifu. Tbe governor this afternoon called npon his eonsin, General Oi borne, in Roxtmry, and, while there, was interviewed on th political situa tion. Governor McKinley said be conld not see bow he tariff conld b...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 7 September 1894

THE SCBANTOX TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORTHGr.' SEPTEMBER 7. 1894. BASE BALL Scranton Loses Again to the Eastern League Leaders. SPRINGFIELD DEFEATS SYRACUSE The Bisons Loss Another Game to the Fat Men of Wllkes-Barre. Erie-Yonkers Game Again Post poned by Order of J. Pluvius. Standing of the Clubs National and State League Scores Other Sporting News. jf3 woond game played 1 1 at tbe former place, lX LL addina three points eommanaing lino (vLKfrar orer its nearest oom- JMJUli petltor ln tb Emi" race. Tha Syracuse team suffered defeat at the bands of Springfield, and Wilkes Barre defeated Buffalo, while weather prevented a game at Erie with tbe Vonkers elub. With the exception of tbe dropping farther down in toe per centage column of tbe Scranton club, tbe relative positions of the clubs re main prattioally unchanged. Tbe following table gives the per centages of the olebt, number of games won and lost by each and their stand ing in the league reset Won. Lost PorCt, Providence 71 84 .676 Syrac...

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

THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 7. 1894. 3 i ' A Foe to Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD VBZ THE FLOUR And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO THE TRADE BY The Weston 111 Co, EEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS J THE 6ENUINE POPUUB Punch Cigara HAVE THE INITIALS G.. B. & Co., fmnrlirtad on Earth Olflf. Carney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. LUUItT HOUMC kUUAKU. Dr. H. B. WARE PRACTICE LIMITED TO THE EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT 406 Spruce Street. Office Honrs: I 9 to 11.30. 2 to 5. PERSONAL. County Surveyor A. B. Donning, Jr., U again at bib omce alter a trip to Uostou. Miss Mary Carly, of Albany, N. Y., ii visiting her lister, Airs. T, J. Lane, on Clerk of the Courts John H. Thomas has been quits ill the pant week at his home iq laroonaaie, Dot yesterday he was mucb oeuer. Miss Elizabeth Bunnell, of Price street, has departed for Welleslev. Mass.. where she will study at Dana Hal, preparatory 10 entering vv enesiey college. NOEtFeND BEIEFS. H. W. Taylor and family have returned fr...

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

4 THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 7, 1894. PUBLISHED OailY IN eTO, P-t TaiauNt Puiuihins Company. t p. KiNosBunr. SMUl NtwTeaaOmcii tmwmi ami"" " Oft. BUNAQKN. NTtnu AT THt eeeromet T oirto. I IOOH-OLU mail mm. "Printers' Ink," the recognised journal Tor advertisers, rate the KCBAMTON TRIBUNE the best advertising medium In Northeastern Pennsylvania. "Printers' Iuk" knows. ECKANTON. SEPTEMBER, 7. 1894. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor! DANIEL H. HASTINGS, Of CENTIB. lor Lieutenant Governor: WALTER LYON, Or ALLEUOINT. For Auditor General: AMOS H. MYLIS; OF LAS CASTES. For Secretary ofllemal Again! JAMES W. LATTA, Or PHILADELPHIA. For Congrettmen-at-Large: GALU8HA A. GROW, OF BUttyUEHANNA. GEORQE F. HUFF, or WESTMORELAND. Election Time, Not. & REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For Coaoresv JOSEPH A. SCRANTON. For Law Judge: KOBERT W. ARCHBALD. For Jirr 'Iran; K H. CLEMONS. Jor County Treaturer: THOMAS D. DAVIES. For Clerk of the Court: JOHN H. THOMAS. For trothonotary: ...

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

TIIE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 7, 1894. f' fPurg BaMnjgPowdGr . (Sure Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenuo DOFT flm our COLLARS starred III M Way, when you can hvo thom done with iof .li.hl. Rntrnnhaln. tnr TWO CENTS EACH. Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY New and . Very Choice Line of JET Trimmings If you want Carpets. Draperies, Wall Paper or Window Shades, come to us. We have a full line of floods, and our prices are very low. ' ' Mi 127 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. Thre will be a regular meeting ot the board of control Monday evening. The timo of registering voters expired yesterday and registry lint mast be hand, ed in to the county commissioners today. The diagram for the Rale of seats for "The Rising Generation" opens today at the Academy of Music box oflico at 9 a. m. The second anniversary of Thomas Fitz gerald will be celebrattd at the Rescue mission this evening nt 8 o'clock. A re ception will abo be given to Joseph Foin who has just returned from school...

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

TIIE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE F1UDAY MOENTNG. SEP'TEMBEIt 7, 1894. A TRAMP WITH NEKVK frIE WAS USED TO DIGGING UP CORPSES AND DIDN'T FEAR GHOSTS. A Trick That Fulled to Work in One Case. The Vagrant Was at Home In a GraTO y ard a Somo Tromlnent Business Men Learned After an Attempt to Scare Him. Will J. Davis told the saunterer a tale (hat smacks of the flavor of frontier life and is so different from the usual type of flouting anecdotes that it is wojth a place iu a newspaper. Ho calls it the Btory of tho tramp wit h nerve. The scene is a pros perous little town on the Union Pucilia road. There the engine had to stop for water and from there also a stage line or two diverged, so that it was a bustling metropolis for a small town on the wide plains, But the place bad a greater repu tation than the Btage line or its commer cial importance could give it. It was the station where tho tramps were "ilrcd" from the truins comiiiK cast and going west. They were so many In nnmber that they becsmo...

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

GENERAL KWS OF AMOTding to the Wtlkes-Barre New8dlr th politic! of a railroad ar mors xolting than th politics of LoEernt, and th grat Lehigh Valley it jast now in th throas of th (treat eat railroad fight ever known. It ia a tight for control, and the principals are NDUSTRIES a, f. wiiDur, president or tue roaa, S and John B. Garrett, one of th vice Kling for Is the presidency of the road. In r'l the railroad romances nothing ha . ir possessed the atrong bnman in st that the Lehigh Valler affairs n, possets. E. P. Wilbnr is a candidate fo 9-eleetion. His plan is to resign after his election is secured, in faror of Robert E. Pattison, who will be presi dent, and A. A. McLsod, late Beading magna), will be mad general man ager. Mr. Wilbur considers McLtod tn ablest railroad man on eartn, ana aided by a tool, calculating president like Pattison at the bead, belierts that the Valler would be far in the lead. Mr. Garrett is simply opposed to Mr. Wil bur's plan, and is the candidate of th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 7 September 1894

8 " THE gCBANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY MORNIKG; SEPTEMBER 7. 189 4. What Shall I Get to Wear This Fall? We know -what a momentous question tins is, and to help tlio ladies in just such a dilemma is one of the reasons why we are in business. For the past several months we have been busy aud earnest with all the power of cupita), brains and selec tions at our command ia bringing yon THE BEST GOODS WE CAN GET AT THE LEAST POSSIBLE PRICES. OUR FALL (OODS of every description, both stylish and handsome, gives our store a pretty look, and we ore ready for the early buyers. ALL SUMMER GOODS LEFT WILL BE SOLD AT UNHEARD OF PRICES and we Intend to keep busy us ever by offering the SEAS ONABLE GOODS AT LOW PRICES. An Inspection of Our Offering will con vince you that never before has suoh artistic combinations of color and testnre been displayed, and that we have not been idle during the summbr months. The Present Merchandise moment is not a 8 pun in. Baits and shams find no place in our system. THE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 8 September 1894

FOft CAMPAIOM NEWS SELECT THE BEST AND FAIREST NEWSPAPER. AND. REMEMBER, THEN NEWSPAPER IS TUB SCHOOL OF CITIZENSHIP. TWELVE PAGES 84 VOLuxili SCRANTON. PA.. SATURDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 8. 1894. TWO CENTS A COPY. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SCRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER GORMAN AND CLEVELAND Ihe Campaign Committee Leans Towards Maryland. TROUBLE IN THE BOURBON GAIYIP he Slayer of the Wilson Bill and President Are Not Affectionate. Gorman Seems to Be in Control of the Situation A Suspicion That Administration Candidates Will Be Left to Hustle for Themselves. Washington, Sept 7. H N indication of the difference of opinion ia the national demo jp emtio congressional campaign Uu committee is seen in the fac tional disputes now raginc in the Hoosier Democracy. The tariff is the rook npon whloh the campaign com mittee split. Senators Fsulkner and Gorman and the other leading factors In the organization favored the senate bill, and the class of ...

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

THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUTE SAT URDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 8. 1894.' BASE BALL QUARLES HAD NO SUPPORT. Poor Fielding of the Boranton Club Loit the Game. Sfbinofield, Mass., Sept 7. Qacrlei (but oat Springfield today (or five in EiDgi without a bit orrnn. Alter that BprioBfieldH long biu began to go oat Hnd, aided by tbe poor fielding of tne Scrantoua. tbe game was easily won by tbe borne team. Tbe fielding of both' team waa not up to par, Cahill par ticnlarly distingniahing himself with frequent error. Score: SPRINGFIELD. B. H. P.O. A. X. Shannon, es 1 0 1 a 2 Donnelly, 3b 1 1 2 4 0 Lyncb. 2b I I fl 8 1 Scheffler. rf, 2 10 10 Leahy, c 0 0 2 0 0 Bolleuus, cf 0 0 4 0 0 Nadeaa, If 1 1 3 0 1 Breckinridge, lb 12 8 10 Graber. p 10 12 0 Total -8 6 27 13 4 6CRAJSTON. R. H. P.O. A. E. Cablll, 2b. 8 3 8 0 8 Johnson, cf 1 4 0 0 0 Patcheo, o 0 8 7 0 1 Rogers, rf., 0 .1.3 0 0 Whitehead, 3b. 0 1111 Hess, If. 0 0 3 0 0 Lehane, lb 0 0 10 0 1 Pbelan, 88 0 0 0 2 0 Queries, p, 2 10 8 0 Totals .1 13 27 5 6 Sc...

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

THE SCTiANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MGRN1NX. SEPTEMBER 8, 184; H Foe to Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD USE THE SHOW WHITE FLOOR And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALK TO THE TRADE BY Tho Mopfnn Mill Pn i nr i 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 r 1 I f M u I IIW W W I EEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS ) THE 6ENU?NE POPtiHW Punch Cigars HAVE THE HHTUIS G.. B. 8c Co., tmprlntfltj on Eaoh Olgnr. Carney, Brown & Co. Mflrs. COUKT HOUSE 8UUAKK. Dr. H. B. WARE PRACTICE LIMITED TO THE EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT 406 Spruce Street. Offlc.Hour.:j- NORTH END BRIEFS. Miss Maggie Hawxhnrst bas returned irom visiting friends In Montreal. 0. V. Terwilliger and Brloe Sicklor leave tomorrow on tbelr wheels to .New xork. A large force of men are now at work relaying the street car track by the Wes ton switch. Hiss Ida Mitchell, of Pittston, has ac cepted' a portion in Bmitn's oakery on Capouse avenue. Class No. 11, of the North Main avenue mptist Sunday school, held a lawn social Thursday evening. The members of th...

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

4 THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 8, 1894. Zfy cranfon txihnt MaLISMtO DAILY IN CKTOH, . T" Taisu Publishinc compant. I. p. KINOIBURY, IIHIML MMUtta fttw Knui i Twwm luiUMH ream ft UT, HANAMII. i T tmi rorrarri.l T oiit. Mw i UHMUH MAIL HATTta. "Printers' Ink," the recognized Journal Tor advertisers, rate the SCRANTON TlllUUNE aa the beat advertising medium In Korthea'tern Vennsjlvanla. 'Printers' Iuk" kuows. ECKANTON. SEPTEMBER. 8. 1894. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor: DANIEL H. HASTING lr CENTER. For Untenant Governor: WALTER LYON, OtALLEUHINT. For Auditor General; UOS H. MYLIN, Or LANCASTER. For Secretary oflttrnaX Affairu JAMES W. LATTA, Of PHILADELPHIA. For Congrettrnm-at-Large: GALU8HA A GROW, OFBUSQfJBHANNA. GEORGE V. HUFF", Or WiSTMOIlELAND. Election Time, Mot. & REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For Conorest; JOSEPH A. SCRANTON. For La to Jxulgr: HUBERT W. ARCH BALD. lor bheriff: FRANK H. CLEMON& For Counlv Treaiurer; THOMAS D. DAVIEB. Fur Clerk of t...

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

THE SCBANTOX TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 8, 1894. Remembt Korrman Moore FIRE INSURANCE 320 Wyoming Avenue Have your COLLARS starched la tha eU year, when yon can have them done with aof (liable Buttonhole, (or TWO CENTS EACH. Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY N ew and Very Choice Line of JET Trimmings & Men 415 Lacka. Ave. 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. CITY NOTES. Scranton Elks cleared $1,500 on their Bummer's benefit excursion to Lake Ariel. P. 3. O'Donnell, of the Sixth ward, has announced himself as a oandidate for jury commissioner. The diagram opens at the Academy of Music box office at 9 o'clock today tor "A Breezy Time." Miss Anna Nebelung, of Dalton, has re turned home after enjoying two weeks With friends in Scranton. Books are needed at the county jail. If every visitor will donate one, the library The stockholders of the Scranton Base Ball club will meet at...

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

TUE SdRAJTOlSrllIBTJlTBSATURDAT MORNING.' SEPTEMBER 8, 1894. gintiiiniiiiiiiimmEnnnRiKiimnnu 1 TP i It in. HE MLLEH IF KNUIBAN - STATE All COWTY CARMDAT Bit a: B DAXIEIiII. HASTINGS, tfepublican Candidate tor Governon B V ? f tell AMOS It MYLIY. i g.. .Hepnblican Candidate for Auditor Gent q ; traW B B , B v The State Ticket JAMES W. LATTA. iiopublican Candidate for Secrotary of In-i ternal Affairs. OALUSIIA A. GROW. Republican Candidate for Congressman-Bt-Largo, 3 g 5 s 3 m 3 M Ml S3 m a a iVALTEn LYON. Republican Candidate for Lieutenant Got-ernor. 3 3 M 3 E jj m i J M GEORGE F. ntFF. epublicau Cnndidato for Congressman at-Largo. M a B E mm: a. B B mm . B'' . B ' B ' B , ' 5 B S J. Is FRANK IL CLE3IONS. Republican Candidate for Bhoriff, i pif The County Ticket S HOBERT W. ARCHBALD. S rSeinbliaan. Candidate for Law Judgai jonx n. tiiomas UepuDllcan Candidate for Clerk of Cotirtfl. - JOSEPn A. SCRANTOX. Sepubllcaa,Ck&didate - f or Congrof ' 'WILLIAM & nOPIUNS. "nblloan 'Cand...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 8 September 1894

THE SCBAOTON TRIBUNE-SAT CJRDAY( MORNING, SEPTEMBER 8, 1894. ROYALTY'S LAST RESTING PLACE Councilman Robalban Views the Sights la London. VISIT TO WESTMINSTER ABBEY Our Wandering City Father's Pilgrim age to England's Great City A Day Spent in Viewing the Historic Spots In London The Tower, St. Paul's and Other Relics of Past Ages Are Inspected. Special Correspondence. London, Aug. 27. J FTER spending two weeks in vis A iting the principal cities of lu H terest in the Interior of England LTi and Walts, it la but a fitting climax to what has been a trip of much pleasure and enjoyment to pass a few days in this, the city of all cities, It was with a feeling of temerity that I alighted from the railway carriage at Paddingtou a few morning's ago after an all night's ride from Swansea. It was not the massiveness of the structure or the excitement attending the incoming and departure of trains that caused me the slightest uneasi ness, for we have stations equally as lurge in our own state...

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

THE SCItANTON TRIJUTNE-SATURDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 8, 1894." A Social However great may ba the month of Jane for its reoords of rosea and wed dings, the list of nuptial oeremonies ushered ia with the first breath of autumn certainly claims for beptem ber a prominent position in the list of wedding months. Among: a large number of ceremonies whieh ocenrred during the week were those which follow: Thomas Mulhern, of this city, and Miss Bessie Gibbons, .of Moscow, were married in St Catharine's Catholic church at Moscow Tuesday morning. Rev. R. H. Walsh officiated. The marriage of Walter W. Mitchell, a prominent yonng business man of Utioa, N. Y., and Miss Anna May Downing, was celebrated at 320 Mifilin avenue, the residence of the bride's grandfather, Nathaniel Hallstead, Wednesday evening at 0 p. ru. The ceremony was performed by Rev. War ren G, Partridge and took place in the drawing room, the wedding party standing under a oanopy of mountain pine and before an exquisite bask ground...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 8 September 1894

THE SCK ANTON TRIBTJNE-SATUKDATT IOK THE: R6 The 'evangeHstlo campaign now vaiug carried oa in tuts oommaalty is the first of its kind In the history of evanfcelistie work In tha nnnntrv. Never before bag a systematic snmmer campaign of so glgantio proportions ana covering to vast a territory been Inaugurated, and all ceonle throunb- ont the United States interested in re vival work are watching the progress of the movement with considerable in terest. D. L. Moody is Tery solicitons for the success of the work, and the resnlts attained by the efforts now pnt forth will have decisive influents on the future plana of Mr. Moody and bis assistants. Similar campaigns will be organized for other communities if the present one is deemed a sncoess, Tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock in the Elm Park ohnrch ;Mr. Moody will give a Bible reading to women and girls; and at 7.30 p. m. be will repeat, by special request, a talk to men only, wbioh be delivered in this city about ten yeara ago. So grea...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 8 September 1894

1 OF VAHDERBILTS la Order to fivnid HOtorloty :Tliej Settle Ont of DiYorcs Courts. BUT THE SCANDAL LEAKED OUT: An' JJow hofGossips.ofTwo.ContlJ nenta Are Busyith tffe'jbdrensslio InfdticTtresofOn&of Arn.eric.Sfs Won-eyetkArSstocrats--Ward McAtUsTer-'s Opinion. IbrdlHtaliriVuv&fibunfi," t : I At setawlrst'brRntli"Ol domttaseaiV flat has toqchDit tho horjaeof Vandeibllf,' Bnd thontuno is-on tire tqntros'of.'Sosalps of high and tow-doeree "la two coTJtloerite. Tbo nowspopons,. too, are toeming with'. sensaUonaf stories tonoblrfff tho vanacr bnt mnttbaonlal 'inftiltflitM, and wo aro forelblyTqjrirjKinft that-tlto ntotieyed oris. toro.r .AmcrAcn Is SUflc&git'ufly lmttot-; lng ta tiaod aristMcraoj: otvEuropA In jnoRklatftawlVeS'ln trMtjncft., l IPawetotrttoo iiwi hnviv'bccn.'colng tno. "ro'ufods lor iBSHlonnblo society relative) fcotneflDinostlo affairs ,it Mr. and Mrs., IWUUam K.s VftfldctTJti Asorlous quarrel. !TOSf8al($toaf tnrfvcatfso1 bt' tha abrupt '"lif-'.v Vara. ?4,MHj...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 8 September 1894

THE 6CRANTON TlllEUNE--SATtrKDAlr" SEPTEMBER 8, 1894. It IS A SON Of FAIR WYOMING General W. S. Rosencrins' Parents Botb Native to Nsar-by SjU. Were THE RECORD OF A FIGHTER He Came from Colonial Stock, with Warrior Blood in His Veins His Early Struggles and Triumphs. Generous Indorsement of Gallant Phil Sheridan -A Biography Which Will Be Read with Interest by Grand Army Veterans. For the talwday Tributu. ' In the war days when Rosecrans loomed among the prominent and promising gen erals, the millions, to whom he was a to tal stranger, supposed that with Schnrz, Sigel and others he was type of the mod ern European soldier recently American ized. On the contrary, he was.descended from colonial stock. His maternal grand father was a Revolutionary soldier, the near kin of Timothy Hopkins, one of the W. 8. ROSECRANS. "signers." His father, Crandall Rose crans, descended from early Dutch im migrants from Amsterdam. The name signifies in Dutch a wreath of roses. The general's parents were...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 8 September 1894

THE SCEAKTON TEIBUNE -SATURDAY MOUNTING. SEPTEMBER 8. 1894. Autumn DRESS GOODS AT MEDIUM PRICES. A More Comprehensive As sortment, Greater Values, Choicer Styles Than ever before shown in me dium price and choice dress goods fox Autumn and Winter. Me dium price dress fabrics will bo among the most popular goods of the season. Somo of tho lower priced weaves are tho same in quality and occupy tho samo position in tho world of fashion as those which, in former seasons wero shown among tho higher priced goods. The following in particu lar are worthy of your attention: 36-inch, All Wool Changeable Mixtures at 29c. 40-inch Silk and Wool Mix. tures at 49c. 40-inch Novelty Fances at . .. 49c. Choice Single Dress Patterns. First showing of tho beautiful, handsome new dress patterns are now on exhibition. Tho now comers to the stock to be seen almost daily. They are our own, and will carry conviction to every ono who inspects the assortment, that they have strong charactor, and arc marked by...

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