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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 12 September 1894

TIIE SCUANTON TKIBUNK WEDNESDAY MOUSING, " SEPTEMBER 12, 1894. . The strength of Cleveland's baking powder comes from pure cream of tartar and soda only. It effervesces more slowlv than powders containing alum, ammonia or tar' fc acid. - (Pure Hand's lJ9akiijgPt)wIer (Sure! To have the best result REMEMBER. the oven should not be too hot, and it is not necessary to hurry the dough into the oven. Cleveland Halting Powder Co.,New Tork, Suocessor to Cleveland Urotliers. Norrmanfi Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenuo X)OIT'T Hare your COLLARS starched to tk atl way, hen yon can hare them done with toft VUable Buttonhole! lor TWO CENTS KACH. Lackawanna THE l LAUInUKT New and Very Choice Line of JET Trimmings Mears & 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. Williams k lilcAoultf 127 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. The Girls Friendly society of St. Lake's church, gave a pleasant...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 12 September 1894

TTTE SCRAOTON TBIJJTTK-E-WEDESDAT MOENING. SEPTEMBER 12. 1894; WEIGTIING GOLD COIN. EECRET WONDERS OF THE BANK OF ENGLAND LAID BARE. A Machine Thnt Serins to Possess TTu- liiim Oualltips A Visit to the Mont Wonderful uml Best Known Hunk Vaults In flie World. Wlmt visions of untold wenlth nre con j :red up 1 y the very name of the 13nnk of l-.:iirlnnll When I mmle up my mind to visit the 1 m'iiI; and it8 celebrated vaults I found Unit I no mutter was not so enny as some may jnmifine. Since t tic dynamite, scares in Lonrlon it is exceedingly difficult to enter the portals of tliubnnk. liiit.nccompanied by my banker fiic'iid, wlioo numo is worfd famous and v Imse luin;;s and snyinns intliience the ex fianp'sof two continents, the locked up t;'..':t-ims were opened to my wondering V r.t: Whenever the "open sesame" of the 1 :inker' name U whisnered tho well bill luiced doors hunurily swiiio; open, swallow i .1' and my Ktiide and sinip almost uoise 1 -"dy behind its. InevornMo looking por...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 12 September 1894

THE SCBAHTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 12, 1894. GENERAL NEWS OF In the village of Tempe, about twelve mos irom rucBoix, id eapicai or An ona territory, lis tha rains of the ancient city whioh Frank H. Cashing discovered som years ago sod in wbiah conclusive evidence was foand proving uie existence or a ore-UoIainDian olvll izttion, belonging to&rao known at me loiters. On of the supreme nays teriei of tbeie ancienta liea in the dlt oovery within the lait few weeke of true anthratite coal within the boon darlea of one of the rained cities. It . created a decided excitement among the few In Pbcenix who were admitted to the aecret of the discovery, writee correepondent of the Sin Fraotiaoo Chronicle. An option wae aeeured upon the land, which lay three miles northwest of Los Muertos, and work was began at once oh the de velopment of what was tbongbt to be tbe main cropping of a coal ledge, us black stain beine traced in tbegranitio conntry rock for folly a mile. Bat tbe...

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

8 THE SCHANTON TRIBUNE "WTTDTTIIISD AY MOIENTNGr, 6EPTEMBEi;12. 1894.' Autumn AT MEDIUM PRICES. A More Comprehensive As sortment, Greater Values, Choicer Styles Thnn ever before shown in me dium price and choice dress goods lor Autumn and Winter. Me dium price dress fabrics will bo jinionjj the most popular goods of tin! season. Some of the lower priced weaves are the same in quality iind occupy the same position in the world of fashion as those which, in former seasons were shown among the higher priced goods. The following in particu lar aro 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, CIioicQ Single Dress Patterns. First showing of the beautiful, handsome new dress patterns are now on exhibition. The new comers to the stock to be seen almost daily. They aro our own, and will carry conviction to every one who inspects the assortment, that they have strong character, and are marked by...

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

1 . "THE TRANSLATION OF A ! wAVAGE." . "THE TRANSLATION OR A SAVAGE." n. hi ira nm i ii 11,1 " u it m ntii jv. x.iTir ...t.t r m n-tj irn u.-v uu i ica ri im im m id ia n-a EIGHT PAGES--5G COLUMNS. SCRANTON. PA,, THURSDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 13. 1894. TWO CENTS A COPY. THE TRIBUNE HAS ft LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SGRANTON BUSINESS MEN. THAN ANY OTHER i PAPER i - , 1 I .that 1 BQYS IH BLUE AT National G. A. R. Encainpnuut Still ' in Session. THE . RANKS ARE DIMINISHING Henry Watterson Makes an Eloquent Address Before the Veterans. Louisville Selected as the Location of the Next Encampment Scenes and Incidents of the Great Gather ing of Heroes of the War of the Rebellion. Pittsburg, Sept 13. JEDNESDAY was designated in tbe ofiieiul program tn of the citizen's executive commit tee as "Banner Day" of Grand , Army week. What with the roanions vof no less than eighty-eevea army cfuns, tbe opening of tbe encamp ment aud of the conventions of tbe Wolnan's Relief corps, the ladies of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 13 September 1894

STHE SCRANTON TRIBUNE Til DRSD AT MORNING,' SEPTEMBER 13,' 1894; BASE BALL Scranton Goes Down Again Before Springfield Prowess. PROVIDENCE DEFEATS SYRACUSE The ex-Blackbirds Turn the Tables on Wilkes - Barre King Kelly's Yonkers Antiquities Lose the Sec ond Game to the Bisons Standing of the Clubs National and State League Summaries Other Sport ing News. 1 HE standing of ths i fll II cinos comprising sue M Eastern league was raffTmrrcM not materially lX'WV ohanned as result k?MTWl of yestsrday's games DVIUWU sua w u second game of the series to Springfield, Syracuse went down yWr-ii, Wilkes-Burre pre sented tbe Erie nine with a game, and Yonkers loses to Buffalo. The following table uires the per centages of the clubs, tbe camber of games won and lost by esch aod their standing in the championship race: Won. Lost. PerC't. Providence 73 35 .676 Syracuse 01 53 .535 Erie 54 50 .519 Bpringfleld 56 53 .514 Wilkes-Barre... 53 53 .500 Buffalo 61 63 .490 Scranton 60 68 .403 Yonkers 31 75 .2...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 13 September 1894

THE SCTIANTON TKIIUJNE-TIUJRSDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 13, 1894. S i A Foe to Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD -UBE THE- . And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB SALS TO THE TRADE BY The Won Mill Co EEWARB 0? COUNTERFEITS THE BFNUIME POPUI.AB Punch Cigars HAVE THE G.. B. 8t Co., Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. UIUUI HOUMJ bUUAUK. Dr. H. B. WARE PRACTICE LIMITED TO THE EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT 406 Spruce Street Cflle. Honrs: SJL3a I 2 TO 5. PERSONAL. J. W. Gurnsey Is iu New York city. Miss Cecilia Schroeder was la Syracuse, N. Y., yestorday. Mr. H. V. Hopewell and children, have returned from Perth Araboy, N. J., where tiioy Bpent the summer. Dr. and Mrs. H. a Hutchison, of Madi son uveuae, hnvegouo to Sea Isle, where thoy will spend two weeks. Miss Eva Barrett, oldeHt daughter of Editor John E. Barrett of the Truth, has entered Eden hall near Philadelphia as a student. LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE Under this bonding short lottora of interest will bo published when accompanied, for pub licatio...

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

fTHE SCRANTON TBnUJNE THURSDAY MORNING, k (SEPTEMBER 13, 1894. PUSUSHIO DAILY IN elTOII, ., THI rnilUM PUIUtHINO COMPNT. t. P. KINaSBURT. - - umuk UAMM , I IOMMUH HAIL HATTU. "Printers' Ink," the recognized Journal for advertisers, rate the SCRANTON TKIIiUNEasthe best advertising medium In Northeastern Pennsylvania, "Printers' Ink" knows. rCU ANTON. fc'EP.TEMBER, 13. 1894. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. . for Governor; DANIEL H. HASTINGS Of CENTER, f or Lieutenant Governor: WALTER LYON, OF ALLEGHENY. for Auditor General: AMOS H. MYLIN, Of LANCAHTICH. For Secretary of Iternat Affairti JAMES W. LATTA, Of PHILADELPHIA. for Congreismen-at-Large: OALUBHA A. GROW, OF BUSyUBHANNA. GEORGE F. HUFF, OF WLt.TJI011F.UANO. Election Time, Kov. 6. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. Tor Connrnt: JOHEPn A. SCRANTON. For Late Judy: huBhRT W. ARCHBALD. lor thtri RANK H. CLEMONS. for Coun'u Tirtuurer: THOMAS D. DA VIES. Fur Clerk of the Cowli: JOHN II. TU0MA8. For Prothonotaru: CLARENCE E. PRYOR. For D-itrict A Vnrne...

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

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE THUKSD AY MORNING-, SEPTEMBER 13, 1894. A pure cream of Tartar Pure and Sure. It does more work and finer not find it exactly as represented and he will pay you back your L... 1 ClmlanJ Soling PmtUr Co., Ktw Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue DOFT Have your COLLARS starched In th oM Way, when yon can have them done i with aMJ Pliable Buttonhole for TWO CENTS BACH. Lackawanna T ME LAUNDRY FALL OPENING OF Silks Dress Goods AND Trimmings SATURDAY SEPT. 15 Hears t 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. MM 127 Wyoming Ave. Twentieth Benatorlal Convention. ' The Hepablicnn senatorial convention of the Twentieth Senatorial district will be held at the arbitration room in the eonrt house on Taesday, the 25th day of Kept., at 11 o'clock a. in., tor the purpese et nominating a candidate for state sena tor. An election for delegates to this c...

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

.TILE SCItAXTON TRIKTT2U2-TIIUKSDAY MOITNTNa. SEPTEMBER 13. 1S91; RICAN CADMUS. . ... 4 .1, .THE INVENTOR OF THE CHEROKEE ALPHABET. , Ignorant of Any Language but II In Own, ' Ho Devised an Alphabet of Eighty-five Letters, Which Hit People Use Today. Every Full Wood Chorokee Reads It. r Many are aware of the existence of a Cherokee alphabet, but few, perhaps, have iiail access to a history of t he invention, an J hardly any have any idea of the nature tof the alphabet itself. It is to be wondered that this remarkable display of genius has not been more generally noticed by the American people and u proper tribute paid the untutored inventor. It is not too late, however, to do justice to this great benefactor of the Cherokee Indians, who, by bis inventivo power, have raised themselves to an elevation uiutt taincd by any other tribe of Indians on the American continent. , Se-quo-yah, the inventor of tho Cherokee alphal)et, has been justly referred to by on eminent writer as tho "Ameri...

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

tiie schjlNton tribuke tiitj r s day morning: September 13, is94. GENERAL DEWS OF The policy And aim of the present management of tbe Lsnigh Valley, says the Wilkes-Barre Record, U first to get tbe rosd bed and tqatpment in the very filnk of condition. Among tbe most mporthnt of these improvements is tbe doable-tracking of tbe mountain ut-off from Avoea to Fairtiaw, a dis tance of -sixteen miles. All of this work is extraordinarily beary and con sequently expensive. Another new de parture has also been mads in the length of the rails which are used for this new track. Heretofore the prao tioe has been that rails should be not more than thirty feet long. In this case, however, tbe length has been in creased to forty-five feet, and it is claimed by those who are in position to know, that traek laid with tbe long rails is better and citn be kept in good condition at considerably less expense than track laid with tbe shorter rails. The company has also gone to another expense for the pr...

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

TJTE SCB ANTON TEIBUKE TUTTUSDAY MbENINGr SEPTEMBER 13, 1804; a. '8 Autumn AT MEDIUM PRICES, J More Comprehensive Asm sortinent, Greater Values, Choicer Styles Than ever before shown in me dium price and choice dress goods for Autumn and Winter. Me dium price dress fabrics will be among the most popular goods of the season. Some of the lower priced weaves are tho same in quiility and occupy the same positiou in tho world of fashion as those which, in former seasons were shown among the higher priced goods. The following iu 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 Fane es at 49c. Choice Single Dress Patterns. First showing of tho beautiful, handsome new dress patterns are now on exhibition. The new comers to the stock to be seen almost daily. They are -our own, and will carry couvictiou to every one who inspects the assortment, that they havo strong charactor, and are marked by a d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 14 September 1894

"THE TRANSLATION OP A , SAVAG E. "THE TRANSLATION ' OF- A SAVAGE." EIGHT ' PAGI 5 3 OuLTJMNS. SCRAXTON. FA.. FRIDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 14, 1894. TWO CENTS A COPY. THE TRIBUNE HAS fl LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SGRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER T Illinois Secures the Commander la Chief of the Grand Arm; of the Republic. INDIANA ELEVEN VOTES BEHIND The National Grand Army of the Re public Breaks Through Previous Records in the Rapid Transaction of Business The Election of Offi. cers In Many Instances Closely Con tested Prepared to Shake Hands with Their Old Enemies in 1895. Pittsburg. Pa.. Ssrjt. 13. FT REARING all previous records in L-V beginning and ending its bnsi n j nees withia two days, the twen s ty-eichth national enoaraDmeot of the Grand Army of ths Ripublio adjourned sine die tonlifut, A year from next Monday the boys in bluo. crossing Mason and Dixon's line for tbe first time in tbe history of tbe order, will fraternize with their opponents of tbe s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 14 September 1894

2 THE SCKAlfTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING, SEPtEMBER 14, 1894. BASE BALL ProYldcnce Takes tba First Gaines of the Se ries from Scranton BY A VERY NARROW MARGIN Rainy Weather Prevents the Playing of All Other Scheduled Eastern League Games Standing of the Clubs National and State League Summaries Base Ball, Bicycle and General Sporting Miscellany. F- I wl A1N interfered with ; 1 1 ' 1 the nlarinir of aobed- T77 olsd Eastern league IMI I Barnes in every city of tbe circuit with exception of the i i ff game on me nouie Ktounds. rroTiaonce was the winner in this game and tbns widened the gap al ready existing between it and its next Dearest competitor for championship Tbe following table Rires tbe per centages of the clabi, tbe number of games won and lost by each and their standing in tbe loagne raee: Won. Lost. PerCt.' Providence 74 35 .679 Syracuse 61 53 .5.15 Erie 55 41) Hpringflfld 56 63 .614 Wilkes-Barre... 53 53 .500 Buffalo 61 03 ,4'Jfl Scranton 50 69 .459 Yonkers 30 Tft .883 HOLES...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 14 September 1894

THE SCTiANTON TBIBUNE-FIUDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 14, 1894. 3 ft kt to Dyspepsia 6000 BREAD -USE THE- HOW WHIT And always have - Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO 1HE TRADE BY The Weston Mil Co, IEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS J THE BEWUINE POPUUR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G.. B. & Co., Imprints on Ennh Cljiw. Garney, Brown & Co. MffB. IOUKT UOUbU bUUAUK. Dr. H. B. WARE PRACTICE LIMITED TO THE EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT 406 Spruce Street. OflL-e Hours: j jj to 11.30. to 5. PERSONAL Attorney John S. McUroarty, of Wilkes Barre, was in the city yesterday. Mrs. John Moir has returned from a visit with Philadelphia relatives. Ex-Judge Garrick M. Harding, of Wilkts-Burre, was in tho city yesterday. Miss Comerford, of Penn avenue, is en tertaining Mini Ella Lynch, of Plymouth. Miss Cora Avery, of Cnrbondnle, is the gueBt ot Miss Jennie Wright, of Capoueo avenue. Sidney Burkett and Harry Kkeels, of Carbondale, were visitors in the city last eveuing. i Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Chase and Mr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 14 September 1894

f THE SCRANTON TBIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 14, 1894. UBUMCD MIL IN OIWHTOB, - ((llUlt PUIUSHINS COHMNV. S. p. Kinasiunv, Miim awaafi NraVoMOmeci rmmm I A RAY, Hamsu, MHt MTtnca AT TM pgmmM T icon mil nu auTraa. "Printers' Ink," tha recognized Journal Tor advertisers, rates the BCBAMTON Tit I DUNK the beat ad vertlalng medium In Northeastern rennsvlvaala. "Pilnter' luk" know. ECBANTON. SEPTEMBER, 14, 1894. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET, For Governor! DANIEL H. HA8TINQ&V or CEHTia. Fer Lieutenant Governor: WALTER LYON, Or AbLKUOKNY. For Auditor General: AM08 H. MYLIN, or lamcabtkb. for Secretary oflternal Affatnt JAMES V. LATTA, Oy PHILADELPHIA, For Congremun-at-Large: UALUBHA A GROW, Or SUSQUEHANNA. GEORGE F. HUFF, or vtestmokelANB. kltatlon Time, Not. & REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For Conarena: JOSEPH A. SCRANT0N. For Lam Judge; KOB11HT V. ARCHBALD lor iherifF: FRANK H. CLEMONS. For Count v Treamrer: THOMAS D. DA VIES. For Clerk of the Courh; JOHN H. THOMAS. For'FrothoHotary: ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 14 September 1894

THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE FEID AY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 14, 1894. 5 No fear of ifaUure in making ' bread. andjake if you. use. 1 iwianas it always makes light, Twholesome food.r pure and I' Sure.". Norrman& Moore ! FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue Bare tout COLLARS starched In tt M ay. when you can have them done wltt mx VlWa Buttonholes far TWO CENTS KAMI. Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY FALL OPENING OF Silks Dress Goods AND Trimmings SATURDAY SEPT. 13 Mears & 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. Ml II ill.i 1 ' 127 "Wyoming Ave. Twentieth Senatorial Convention. The Republican senatorial convention of the Twentieth Senatorial district will be held at the arfUrstion room in the court house on Taesday, the 25th day of Kept., at 11 o'clock a, m., (or the purpsse ef nominating a candidate for state sena tor. An election for delegates to this conven tion will be held on Saturday...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 14 September 1894

c TIIE SCRAXTON TKmiTlTE-rTJlDAT SEPTEMBER 14. 1894.' FOR WRECKED BOATS. VN IMPROVED LIFE RAFT FOR VES . SELS IN DISTRESS AT SEA. kt Present There Doea Not Seem to Be Any Lifeboat That Answers All MieBe qulrementsof Ship About to Founder, boine Objection, to Host Boats. Tn loss of life at sea the use of lif eboattC lue rafts has not yet proved very success ful, aud it is doubtful if any great ocean steamer carries lifeboats with sufficient capacity to float the crew and the passen gers. If the vesst'. should go down at sea the Inadequacy of these lifeboats would be mnuifested in several ways. In u moderate heavy sea it would be a -difficult undertaking to lower them suc cessfully from the davits, and almost an impossibility to land the passengers in thein if once floated. The roll of the ship and the swells of the sea would very likely capsize them. Should they, however, es cape destruction so far the sudden sinking of the huge steamer would undoubtedly draw tbein down into the terr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 14 September 1894

THE SCEANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 14, 1894. T L Taken at whole, freight traffio oo the rtilroadt it now better than ic wee tbta time laat year. A large bnaineaa in weat bonDd abipmanta ia reported, and it it tteadily growing. It may be bat a temporary apart, bat the roadi are drawing from it all the eneonrage went they can. Eaatbonnd shipments from Chicago last week anffered a de crease aa compared with tboae of the previona week. They amounted to 44, 188 tont at compared with 48.059 tone for the preTiout week and 52,239 tone for the corresponding week last year. Through ebipments of grain, floor and provlaions inereaaed from 24,823 tone for the previeut week to 28,083 tons last week, . . Bnperintednent McKelry, of the Wilket-Barre and Eastern railroad re port that traffic in Ihe freight, coal and paasenger department is picking up right along, and the future of the road i exceedingly bright The in creased traffic has made an inereaae in the force of maobiniats, car rep...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 14 September 1894

8 TJIE SCBANTON TRIBUNE-ruiDAT MORNING. SEPTEMBER 14. 1894. Autumn IRESS GOODS AT MEDIUM PRICES, 4 More Comprehensive Asm sortirient, 'Greater Values. Choicer Styles Than ever before shown in me dium price and choice dress goods for Autumn and Winter. Me dium price dress fabrics will be among the most popular goods of the season. Sonio "of the lower priced weaves are the same In quality and occupy tho same position in the world of fashion as those which, in former Beasous were 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 the beautiful, handsome new dresa patterns are now on exhibition. The new comers to the stock to be seen almost daily. They are our own, and will carry conviction to every one who inspects the assortment, that they have strong character, and are marked b...

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