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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 29 May 1894

FOR THE BEST PAGE OP SPORTING NBWS TURN THIS LEAF. BE St'RE TO RECOGNIZE "THE FACE OF ROSENFEL.' jCjBiqn aims EIGHT PAGES-56 COLUMNS. SCRANTON, PA., TUESDAY MORNING. MAY 29, 1894. TWO CENTS A COPY. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SCRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER CONCESSIONS MM MADE Tbe Battle Between Strikers and Bituminous Operators Becomes More Serious. GOVERNOR PATTISON RIDICULED His Visit to Houtzdale Attributed to Political Reasons The Miners Pre sent an Unbroken Front and the Op erators Equally Determined Arbi tration N6t Desired by Either Side. Mining to Be Resumed If a Deputy Is Required to Guard Each Work man. Philadelphia. May 28. 1 f 0 concessions. DO arbitration and l a deputy for every miner and a y deterraiuatioti to resume mining Ju was the result of the meeting here this afternoon of the coal operat ors cf the bituminous regions of Clear fmld, Broad Top and Beech Creek. The iueetiu wns held in the office of the Berwiud-White Coa...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 29 May 1894

2 THE SCRAINTON TlilHUJQC-TU JCNDAT MOUNTS. MAT L9, 1894. BASE BALL Rain Plays Sad Havoc with the State League Games. NOT A SINGLE ONE WAS PLAYED Game at Wilkes-Barre Was Also Knocked Out Rain Undoubtedly Prevented the Scranton Club from Increasing Its Percentage Player Phelan Will Not Be Here Until the End of the Week. I A IN prevented all of ' TOW the btate league Karnes scheduled for yesterday from v being played ami lyVVVv there was WDM Ijf hi QtWntiy no chance r 5 w x in the tttandinir of tho clubs. The elements alto prevented the came that wag to have been playei' at Wilkes Bnrro yesterday butweeu the team that represents that city and tlio Syracuse club. The following table gives the per centages of the clnbs.togotuer with the number of games won and lost by each and their standing i:i the championship race: Won ...it) Lost. 4 (I II 11 11 10 18 10 Por C't. .SOU .07" .MO .450 .M3 .;i.')0 .S33 Hnrrlsbnri;.... Allen town Hnzloton Altnotia Kaxton Heading Bcnuton Pottiville .11 . ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 29 May 1894

THE SCE ANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING. MAT 29, 1894. Lacisum in m i ir ..1 au inmgs musical stelleTseeley 134 Wyoming Ave. HIGH GKAUIJ PIANOS WEBER, SHAW, EMERSON, OlIIliR MAKES ALL PRIC K See the Shaw Piano from the World's Fair in our window. A Foe to Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD -USE THE- And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB SALE TO THE TRADE BY The Weston ill Co, EEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE BENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS B. & Co., Imprlnipd "ti Enoh Clqar. Carney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. ;. I HOUtf I A KK. DR. H. B. WARE RPBCIAMHX EYE, EAR, NOSE AJS'D THROAT. CMCEH0DR8:?T.?k 135 WYOMING AVE. PERSONAL Grant Herring, of Bloomsburg, was In the city yesterday. Alius Anna Roche, of Gibson street, Is the guest of frionds iu Ilawiey. Miss Laura Gilrny, of Archbald, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Andrew Campbell. Frank M. Fox. proprietor of the new Anthracite Hotel, at Carbondale, is at the Wyoming. Miss Ella Beers, of Carbondale, is visit ing ! er cousin, Miss...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 29 May 1894

t THE SC7?ANTO?tf TKTJJTJNE-Tli KSDAY MOKN1NG-. MAY 2J. 1894. V Published daily in Scranton, Pa., by The Tribune Publishing Company. E. P. KINGSBURY. GENERAL MANAQIK. New Yobh Omcc : O.WAV. M ANAQCH. TBllUNt BUILDINO. fBANK 8. EN1IRKD AT tHt f . AT ftCRANTON. CONO-CLASB MAIL MATTER. KCRANTON. MAY IKU. RHPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For (invcrnor: DANIEL H. HASTINGS, Ml' obxtbb, Sbr ZAtuteMni ',' vtnwrt WAll BB i.YON, OrAUiCGHIRY. l or Auditor tirnernl: AMOS K. MYF.1X, OF M N( AsTKII. 'or Stcrelnrii of lh r,tal Affairs: JAMES W. l.ATTA, or rini.Aur.i.rillA, Tor ('o'!(,r. SM7ft-arptf fJALUBHA a.OBOW. OF lUSQUIHANItA. QEOBOET, BUFF, OF WKSTMOIIKI.ANI). Election Time. Not. fi Kit. FoWDERtiT is once more a pri -vate citizen and could, without impro priety, run for any elective office within tho people's gift. But that is not saying he has over manifested such water-logged judgment as would lead him to aspire to election this year on the Democratic ticket. For Home Protection. One of the freque...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 29 May 1894

THE SCHAHTON THIBIJNE-TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 120, 1894. FOR ONE WEEK We will soli our entire stock of New and Stylish TRTMMED HATS at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Come and see them at NEWMAN'S 303 SPRUCE STREET. DON'T Hnvo yonr OOT.I.AltS Rtnrchcd In tho old way, whon you can hnvo thum dOQl with soft, pllublo Buttonhole for TWO (JE.NT.S BACH Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY NoitmanA Wloore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue We are showing new designs in printed IRISH LAWNS, JACONET, DIMITY and PONGEE. 415 Lacka. Avenue. CARPETS BARGAIN NO 3, We Will Offer for a Few Days Fine Moquette Rugs at $2 ox Thene Rugs Have Never Been Sold for less Than $3.00. Williams k Mcftnulty 127 Wyoming Ava CITY KOTES. "The Rivals" at tbe AcaJemy of Music tonight. Send flowers to the court bouse this morning. The falso work for the Parker street bridgrt was begun jreeferday. The Sacred Mimic society will hold n full rehenr-al on tint stage at tho I-'roth-ingl.ara this evening. The pnplll of St. Cocilia's ncadnmy will have...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 29 May 1894

1 6 THE SCIlUKTON TEIEUE-TUESDAY MORNING. MAY 20, 1894. AND- ABOUT In oonieqnenca of the growing inter est attaching to the houwbolil ; and alio lo those larger avenues of mental and locial activity In which woman is pursulug nowadays a progressive am) ft hopeful course, it is going to be the endeavor of The Tribune to establish a department where these topics one receive intelligent treatment. The ordinary "womsn's page" of the metro politan nowp ipers is a curious and a wonderful thing. "Do women reud such slush as that?" I asked recently of a bright Scrautonian representative of bor sex. "Yes,"8he replied, "thoy do in de fault of something better. But you editors are to blame for it. Give wo men something ht to read, and thoy will road it. Tuey have, as it is, to i content with mere literary shreds and scraps. " I am not sure that there not a good deal in this theory. At ull events, so far as The Tribune is concerued, it will experimentally strive to break nwuy from the pueriliti...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 29 May 1894

m-R SCR ANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING, BO, 1804; rr neiimi - Horn r - aw - rT V T: :!o! Ono ciozr-n of the genuine .TO HANN HOFFS MALT KX TRAOT (rives as much Btrength and nourishment as a cask of ale, without being Intoxicating. It is highly bene lieial for use at meal timo for convalescent-), weak chil dren and ladies, and as a general tonic for the w eak and debilitated. Insist upoiLtho cennino .IOIIANN Hot'Vs, which must nave tlio ainnaturo of "JOHA.NN linn-" ou the ti"ek lnbel. Eisner ic Mcndelson Co., York. Solo Agents, New She Could Speak Italian. Toward 0 o'clock tho other afternoon, Just when the residents of t hat neighbor hood were homeward bound, a half grown Italian boy, Mattering and crying by turns, was making his way slowly through Fif tieth Street, not far from Sixth avenue. He stopped often, looked up and do WB in a bewildered way, and talked and gesticu lated, ending eat h tirade With a burst of tears. Persons stopped and listened sym pathetically, divining that h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 29 May 1894

TTTE 8 TRIBUTiTE TUESDAY MOKNING. MAY 29, 1894. Beecham's pills are for biliousness, bilious headache, dyspepsia, heartburn, torpid liver, dizziness, sick head ache, bad taste in the mouth, coated tongue, loss of appe tite, sallow skin, when caused by constipation; and consti pation is the most frequent cause of all of them. Book free ; pills 25c. At drug-storcs.or write B.F.Allen Co.,365 Canal St., New York. GORMAN'S The Fan season Is now upon us, and we are showing these artistic and pret ty articles in the most beauti ful patterns and colorings. Fans from ic. to $7,50 Each, SILKS That Look Well, SMS That Wear Grandly, SILKS That Even Wash When required. This, in brief, is the story of the Foremost Line of American-made Figured In dia Silks. If tho designs were not so exception ally sprightly, the quality alone would sell them. Then, again, even if the quality were not of such superior xc Hence, the styles alone would quickly compel purchaaos. WIDTH 22 INCHES. PRICE 48 CENTS. When...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 30 May 1894

t I i i' FOR THE BEST PAGE OP SPORTING NEWS TURN THIS LEAF. SEE MONDAY'S TRIBUNE FOR 'THE FACE OF ROSEXFEL." EIGHT PAGES--56 COI" &wqyi W t6 5 V SCRANTON. PA., WEDNESDAY MORNING. MAY 30, 1S94. TWO CENTS A COPY. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMON NING PAPER B SCR ANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MOR I ' 1 1 "' " S OF AGITATION Reports from Various Districts Affected by the Great Strikes. CRISIS NOW SEEMS TO BE NEAR Industries Paralyzed in Many Locali ties for the Want of Fuel Troops Ordered to the Scene of the West Virginia Troubles Strikers Cap ture Coal Trains A Cannon in Readiness to Be Used Upon Im ported Workmen at McKeesport. Notes from Other Localities. Terue Haute, Ind., May 29. NITED STATES MARSHAL Hawkins went to Lyford this inoming with the officials of the Chicago anil Eastern Illinois toad nnd h snecial train crew to move th thirtv curs of coal which the strik ers had captured. President Dankerly of tbe Stnte Miners' union last night nude the strike...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 30 May 1894

2 THE SCEAKTON TRIBTOE -WEDNESDAY MORNING. MAY 80, 1894. BASE ALL Results of the Contests Flayed od tbe Dia mond Yesterday. SCRANTON WALLOPES P0TTSV1LLE King Kelly's Aggregation No Match for the Men of Harrisburg Hazle ton and Altoona Also Winners Scores of the National and Eastern League Games Schedule of the City Base Ball League Interesting Cycling Notes Sports of All Sorts. f&RRISBURQ, Hnz leton, Altoona and Scranton were the victors yesterday in the bune bull con testa of the State leniiuo. Harris bnrc for the third ? mY time defeated King Wt"1'"1 - K e 1 1 y's coming oHampiOOl (t), Ilzleton presented Heading with a total ieore vc utmbliug 0. Altoona made tbe Es tonians drop into the lust pluce but one in the uv.r.igi column, and Scran ion well, thoy "Knocked the stufiia" out of Pottsville, going into sixth posi tion and coming within eight points of tiuing ltcadiug for fifth place. The following table gives the psr cetitnges of tbe club, together with tbo number of games w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 30 May 1894

THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE "WEDNESDAY MORNING. MAT 30, 18i4. Lacisum All Things Musical STELLE&SEELEY 134 Wyoming Ave. HIGH GKAD13 PUNK WEREB, SHAW, I M I KsoN, OTUEU HAKES ORGANS ALL rillCE See the Shaw Piano from the World's Fair in our window. GOOD BREAD -USE THE And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB SALE TO THE TRADE BY The Weston Mill Co, EEWARB OF COUNTERFEITS THE BENHINE POPUUB Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G., B. & Co., fmnrtnfprt nn Ennh C'oar. Carney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. DR. H. B. WARE SPECIALIST. EYE. EAR. NOSE AND THROAT. 135 WYOMING AVE. PERSONAL. J. C. Warrell, of Wilkes-Bwre, was hore yesterday. Homer Green, of Honeadale was yester day in tho city. Lewis Tish, of Wilkes-Barre, was In the the city yesterday. Mies Blanche Washburn has returned from a trip to Harrisburg. Rev. P. J. McManus returned yesterday from a visit to Susquehanna, Rev. Peter Roberts will deliver n memor ial address at Olynhant this afternoon. Dr. Sanford L. Underwood, of Seranton,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 30 May 1894

A THE SC'K AK TOW TlUJiUJNJS- WEDHSDAY MOKNIlTGr. MAY 30, 1894. publishto daily in scranton. pa., by tmt Tribune Publishing Company. E. P. KINGSBURY, GENERAL MANAOCA. rv York Orrice : Tribune Buildino. Fhanr 3. t i A , Manager. INTERED AT THT POTOrFICE AT CRAHTON. PA., A AECON D-C LASS MAIL MATTER. SCltAJfTON. MAY 30, 1S94. RSPUBUCfiN STATE TICKET. For Governor: DANIEL U. HASTINGS, Of OBHTBRa for Elmtmumi ff vtnutri WALTER LYON, Of Atl.KiillENY. For Auditor Qmmli AMOS K MYLIN, Of I.ASC'ASTIIH. For Secrvtarji of ttt nmt AjTairs: JAM ICS W. LATTA, OF I'll I LADBLPOIAi For Conr Hxmrri-nt-lAii qv: ' QALUSBA A. QBOW, Of SI'SVUKIIANNA. (JEOHGBT. HUFF, oV.WKMI'MOHi:i.AND. Flection Time, Nnv, Wi! wish to conunituliitw the Scrati ton ball olttb upon iln apparent conval escence from a prolonged attack of last place. Where Sleep the Brave. There is something fat- deeper in the reverencn evinced today for fallen pat riots than it perfunctory sentiment. The people are learning nowadays to apprec...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 30 May 1894

I 1 THK bCUAHTON TlllJilJNJi-WEDliESDAY MOliNLNtt. MAi JiU, 18H4. FOR ONE WEEK Wc will sell our enliro stock of Kew and Stylish TRIMMED IIATS at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Come and see them at NEWMAN'S 303 SPRUCE STREET. DON'T Havo your ror.l.AllS starched in tho old way, when yon can have thum dOM with soft, pliable Buttonholes tor TWO CENTS BACK Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue We are showing new designs in printed IRISH LAWNS, JACONET, DIMITY and PONGEE. 415 Lacka. Avenue. BARGAIN NO 3, We Will Offer for a Few Day? Fine Moquette Rugs at $2 01. These Rugs Have Never Been Sold for less Than $3.00. '27 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. A polico drill was conducted nt tho ar mory yesterday afternoon. Thomas Aubrey, the burltoao who will sinf; at the Frothius;hain at the Griffin post entertainment Wednesday night, has e S-uporb voice. The Columbia Volunteers who will take part in the entertainment at tho Frothing ham Wednesday eveniug, are in them selves...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 30 May 1894

6 TJIE SCBAKTON TRIBIJiNE WEDNESDAY MORNHTG. MAY 30, 1894. HOW THE PUBLIC IS IMPOSED UPON BEWARE OF FRAUDS. For The Sake Of Profit They WiU Sacrifice Principal, Health, Etc. ttaMrupolMU dealers nro trylns to sell or dinary Glauber Bait car I mixture of Soiitlit!! Powder an "Artificial Carlabail Salt," "Snru ilol Halt," "Oirmau Salt," or "improved Carlsbad Salt," and under other similar names. The Natural Remedies of Carlsbad im:ot be intimated. "Whal Nature makes.man cannot improve." Artillei.il ma le wines will never replace the natural juioe of the grapes, Neltllor can the natural waters of Carlsbad, nor tho Carlsbad Rprudel Salt be replaced by tlio cheap substi tutes offend to a Ruilelosa public for tho sake of the larger profit uiado theroon, by those ua scrupulous dealers. No one would buy artificial wines knowing ly. Why Bay tho Imitation! of thoCurlsbud products, when your health ll at stakof The Carlsbad Sprudel Waters aro a speciffc for all diseases of tho stomach, liver an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 30 May 1894

mil 1 mn for. it 9 It 1. if I bad 2. When mv sol dier P pia. -si -si- For D'ye tf no, not no, not II. I!., 1 B m -4-5 P 7: ' ? ' nmi mf rT-.-i 1 rw r ' UJBT. (2pp.)-2, y -r- IfaW - - I "FT 1 tJgt 'r:;rniiiiiPg3iaits;E giii5iiisijiiiiiBii!ij;iiiiiiiysiiMtiiiiiBiiniii5niinBmiiuiimaiaiRiicniMiPUJuikiiBiRt m a a. i 'Jl Iff yrft .mi Im loi.tb.r it.n), Mart Ic'.eJiolHm.ljMJclvjrjdlt i' t r. - ' irirTMiiMf ASLEEP AT HIS POST. bt canritT tatte)!. Copyright, 1801, by American Press Aasocia , tion. With muffled drums and measured tread tho little band of battle marked nud time scarred veterans honored herocof l he no ble army that fought to preserve the Union marched through the cemetery that lay JleeptflK on the southward sloping hillside. Tho balmy breath of springtime wan in the air, and when they passed onward, after pausing at tho last resting place of somo dead comrade, the sweet perfume of flowers roso from the green grass that grew above tho departed soldier's breast, while a tiny Bag...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 30 May 1894

i THE SCRANTON TKIBTTNTJ WEDNESDAY MOPITCNGK MAY 30, 1894. GORMAN'S FANS 0u : ' aw r(?2fte."v." The Fan eonson is now npon tu, and we aro showing these artistic anil pret ty nrticles in the most; beauti ful patterns and colorings, Fans from lc. to $7.50 Each SILKS That Look Well, SILKS That Wear Grandly, SILKS That Even Wash When required. Tliis, in brief, is tho story of the Foremost Lino of American-made Figured In dia Silks. If tho designs wore not so exception ally sprightly, the quality alone would sell them. Then, again, even if the quality were not of such superior excellence, the styles alone would quickly compel purchases. WIDTH 22 INCHES. PRICE 48 CENTS. C AH BOND ALE. Miss Maud Reynolds, of Forest City, called on friends in this city yesterday. James Staples, of Waymarr, enjoyed a drive to tins place yesterday after noon. Rev. J. N. Earl, of Philadelphia.lec tnred in the Baptist last evening. His subject was "A Bird's Eye View of the Bible." Today owing a holiday tbo nost...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 31 May 1894

FOH T1IK B EST YOU AT ILL BE INTERESTED IN "THE PACE OP BOSEXFEL." PAGE OF SI'OKTING NEWS Tl UN THIS LEAP. EIGHT PAGES--5G COLUMNS. SCR ANTON. PA.. THURSDAY MORNING. MAY 81, 1894. TWO CENTS A COPY. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SCRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER L OBSERVANCE How the Occis'ou Was Celebrated at Va rious Localities. USUAL SERVICE AT GETTYSBURG Tha Graves of Colored Veterans Decorated in the Morning Chil dren of the Public Schools Strew the Graves of Thousands at the National Cemetery President Cleveland and Cabinet Attend Ser vice at Arlington Ceremonies ftt Other Place. GetTysbi'ko, Ph., May 80. 71 fTI EMOUIAL DAY on this buitle lUi fiidd wag observed with the V usual uppropiute services. Iu J u U tbt morning the colored school Children decorated tiie graves of tbo colored veterans. In the afternoon at i! o'clock in the Soldiers' National cemetery tbe children of the public schools strewed the thousands of gruves and post No 9, G...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 31 May 1894

i THE SCRANTON TB IE TJNE THURSDAY MORNING, MAY" 81, 1894. 1 , 1 BASE BALL Scranton's Position in the League Race Not Changed. ALLENTOWN iS CLOSING UP It Won Two Games from Easton Yes terday Whila Harrisburg Was Pre vented by Rain from Playing with Altoona Reading Took Two Games from Pottsville and Clinched Its Hold on Fifth Place. CRANTON'S posi tion in me leagim netmi not obangsd by its victory over HaslstOD yesterday, for tho reason that while we won one gams, ltelitiK, whose scalp wo covot, mlded two l'ottsville sealns to it etri nir. The ames between Harrlsbnrg end Al'oonn wen prevented by rain and Allentown took edrentage of the op portunity to cls up th pap which Separate! it from the Senator by df-ii-atiiij,' Easton both morning and after noon. The following table s;ive? the per oentage of the elub. together with the number of games won and lost by each auul their standing in the ohavnpion bip raco: Won. Lost. Per Ct. flnrrishtirif 17 4 .t0 Allentown M 7 .007 Jluzlotou 11 10...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 31 May 1894

THE SCK ANTON TRIBUNE TIIUltNI) AY MOBNINO. MAY 81, 184. 8 Lacisum All Things Musical STELLE&SEELEY 134 Wyoming Ave. HIGH GRAUli WKBEB, SHAW, BMEB8ON, OTHKB MAKES All PKICE j Shaw Piano from the World's Fair in our window. A Foe to Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD USE TIIE And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB SALE TO THE TRADE Ii The Weston Mill Co, EEWARB OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE BEHUINE POPIIUB Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS B. & Co., tmnr'ntnil nn Earth Clflflr. Carney, Brown & Co. Mffa. DR. H. B. WARE SPECIALIST. . EYE, EAB, NOSE AND THROAT. 135 WYOMING AVE. PERSONAL. T. A. Brnahsar, of St. Louis, was yester day in the city. Marlt E.iijar, Mayor Connell's private eecrotavy, is on a fishing excursion in Pike county. C. It. Archer, formerly of this city, has been elected president of the Schuylkill Press association. Joseph Qaynor, of late tho night oper ator at tho tolephotie exchaugo, has been nssigned day duty. Jaino3 Niland has bi eu engaged to Ml Mr. Gaynor's old pos...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 31 May 1894

I THIS RCRANTON J JKlJiinSTE THURSDAY MUKJN UN (. MAY" 81, 1891. Published daily in Scranton. Pa., dy The Tribune Publishing Company. E P. KINGSBURY, GENERAL MANAQKH. New York Orricc : Tbidunc Builoinq. Frank -tf. Manacch. Entered at thk PotiorricK at sc n anton, pa.. a ECONO-ClAtB MAIL MATTER. HJBANTON. MAY 31, 1801. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor: DANIEL H HASTINGS, Of CKNTKIt. For UtUtnOfii Q rernor: WA1.TKH i.YON, Of ALl.l.lillKNY. for Audita Otiural.' AMOS K. UYUK, Of l.W'Asivu I'm- 9ieretary of fferaai Affatnt JAMES W. l.ATTA, HI' I'llll.UiKI 1'IIIA. For Concri Hiitnrii-ut-I.fii iir: GALU8HA A. GROW, pf si SQtrBHANHA. GEORGE T. HUFF OK WKSTMOBJSUAgL BlMllon Time, Nov. 0 Tims iwkauhaTii In th Wilkesbnrre Kovvs Dealer ll nntrne: The "SOBAHTOS ThIBDNB nnd Republican want to dic tate to the Republicans of Lusno county, whom they should Dominate lor Congress. The Scrgntcm U'pnbli CM can speak for itslf and ro fur hb Tmc TBIBC5B is concerned its only ut toranoa tn relation to...

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