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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 4 June 1894

FOU THE BEST PAGE OF SPOUTING XIITYS TURN THIS LE.lt(i ? f "THE FACE OP ROSEXPEL BEGINS TODAY ON PAGE 0. NEWS OF INDUSTRIES, PAGE 7. EIGHT PAGES- COLUMNS. SCBANTON. PA.. MONDAY MORNING. JUNE 4, 1S94. TWO CENTS A COPT. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SCRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MO -?MWIWI4 eSKanW'Jl Willie SON PAPER L IS Father of Prchibiticn Receives an Enthusias tic Reception at Staten Island. GOVERNOR TILLIflAN IS PRESENT Ten Thousand Enthusiastic Admirers Welcome the Veteran Temperance Worker at the International Tem pprance Congress Stirring Ad dress by Joseph Cook Neal Dow Gives a History of Prohibition. PROiumTio.M Park.S. I., N. Y., June 3 OENERAL NEAL DOW. the fntlier of Prohibition, was greet ed by 10,000 enthusiastic admir ers at the International tempur Biiut congress which opened hero today. Ho occupied an arm chair at the right Ill W10 prcMlllIJK "ill't'i uuilllj Hi'- morning, iiftornoon and evening ats Ions, and nhowed by his quick appre c...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 4 June 1894

I TJIJ5 SCR ANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY MO KNI NO. JUNE 4, 1594. MOu BALL Pain Again Prevents Us From Advancing a Step Forward. WE ARE STILL IN SIXTH PLACE Scranton Has Not Materially Changed Its Position in the State League Championship, Although Winning Every Game It Played Last Week. Games Played Saturday Crisp Base Ball News Of Interest to Cyclers News of All Sorts of Sports in a Nutshell. 1TH the score stand- log !1 to 1 in Scran ton's fnvor, thy ruin uVscemlud iu tor rents on Salr.nUy afternoon, tliun lo spoiling our chan ces, for the present Ht leiiHt, of advan cing to fourth placa the buto learns unpionihip race. The only iMgtM L'ttrna played was that between Keadinif and Allontowa, in which the formur quite readily won owinu to the ineffectiveness of Allon totvn's pitciier. This victory places Reading in fourth petition with a lead of twenty-thrcH points over Scranton, which it ten point:) behind Altooun. Dick Ptielan played for the first time on the Scranton team on Satnrday.and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 4 June 1894

TJUE SCI? AN TON T1UUUNE-MON DAY MOUJN1JNW. JUJNU 4, 15H. MATCHLESS SHAW PIANOS. STEELl & SEELEY, 134 WYOMING AVE. am in: it RIIAW, EMERSON, NEW ENGLAND FINEST LINE IN THE CITY IJOK THE I'MICIC, NEW AND SECOND HAND ALL PRICES GOOD BREAD -USE THE- SNOW WH And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB SALS, TO THE TRADE BY The Weston Mill Co. EEWARB OP COUNTERFEITS ! THE GENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G.. B. 8t Co., Imnrintpri nn Ech Clanr. II ! I IIWI I II I Carney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. lOUItT lid i. htlUAKK. DR. H. B. WARE SPECIALIST. EYE, F.Alt, NOSE A-ND THROAT. OFFICE HOURS :"loSj"k. ;35 WYOMING AVE. bridge coniraCt ..whu t u. Fottsville Oompiny Will Bulid the Steal Structure a N ijr Auc Falls. Tlio buiklinpr committee of the Nay An,; Falls nnd Elmhurst Boulevard coin puny mot in the office of C. D. Simpson Saturday nftsrnoon, and awarded the coutract for cinstructinpr the steal bridge over the Nuy Aug Fulls gorge to the Pottsville Bridge company. Mnldoon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 4 June 1894

4 THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNTNO. JUNE 4, 1894 published daily in scranton, pa., by tmi Tkibuni Publishing Company. E. P. KINGGBURY, QENCRAL MANAQCN New YOAN Orricc I Trirunc BimoiNR. FRRRK Oaay, ManaqCR. KNTERED AY YMt RORTOfrtCI AY RCRANTON, PA., AR RECONO-CLASR MAIL MATTER. BCRAKTOK. Jl'NE 4. l$!H. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Uonrnnr: DAXIKl. IT. HASTIXU3, (IF OMtBB. For LUutmanl Oovernori WAI.TKU LYON, OF AtttXOBaTY. lor AviUtuy Qt nerof; amos II. MYLJN, or i.a.ni'-antkk. For Srcrtlory of llirnnl Affair: ,1AM KH W. I,ATTA, OF IMIII.AI'UI.I'IIIA. For Cmgn xsmeit-at- Zargt: OAMTKITA A. 1 1 Row, OF IDSqVIBARIfA. QKOBQB T. BUFF, OF WKSTMtKKi.ANU. Flection Time, Nov. 6 The Sunday Problem, Once More. Among the vnriou opinions quoted in an kdjoioiog column wit!) reference to the loenl movement for the hotter observance of -xialing Sunday lawe thi'ro are several that, however good or however bad in the abstract, are to soma extent irrelevant. Weallnd to the renduble discussion of ...

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

w THE SCRAN TON TltlJHJNE MONDAY MORNING. JUNE 4. 18i4. ft FOR ONE WEEK We will sell our entire stock of New and Stylish TRIMMED HATS at GREATLY K EDUCED PRICES. Come and see them at S 303 SPRUCE STREET. Rare Your COLLAIIS Htarrhed in the old way when you can have thorn ilono with soft, pliablo Bnttonholos for TWO CENTS EACH. 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. carpet: BARGAIN NO 3. We Will Offer for a Few Oays Fine Moquctte Rugs at $2 oo. These Rugs Have Never Been Sold for less Than $3.00. Williams k ickitj '2 "7 Wyoming Ave, CITY NOTES. H. L. Garlen left la.it niglit 011 the mid nl:ht train for New York on a business trip. There will bo a meeting of the board of maunders of Florence mission Tuesday, Juno 5, at 10 a. m. Thomas Rippard', Alfred Rippard, A. Hansen and William Skeats, ot Wilt Iinrre. spent Sunday in the city. H. A. Kingsbury has so...

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

4 6 TTTE FCPAKTON T3BIBU JfE MONDAY MOKNTNG. JUNE 4, 18i4. f O'..'.' TSth(C5 0Ft BfU.r"TrtEKOMAK(rof- nil Ihlics J 3. "Tut pwwr OPrRH,hTCP. IS STfltfCTICSN WIC5S ASSOCIATION CHAPTER I THE PATIEXT. A fixed anrl chaiigolws r:proPHcm, A jingle sentiment in the dark eyes, turn in? roritlessly from one serious fneo to the other. A Bingle sentiment in tho timid trembling of the p;ile lips, in tho expression of the delicate nostrils, iu tho norvoua contraction of tho brows that accompany it For a mind which betrays itself in a countenance such as this, all the possi bilities of existence, all that remain:! of life and happiness, can lx1 summed up in one terriblo word fe:ir. Henceforth this was all that tho infinite world of thorurht ai'd all tho endless pleasure of being could moan to tliLs poor creature. In tho midst of the Sunshine, tho free nir, tho son.ar of the birds, tho whisper of lovers, tho voices of friendship, sho must continue to live on at: unconscious of them all a; if her li...

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

TttE Sdl? ANTON TRrntTNE !WOTS3"f)AT MORNING, JTTNE 4, 1894. T IWTHEPU IS 1KB UPON BEWARE OF FRAUDS. For The Sake Of Profit They WiU Sacrifice Principal, Health, Etc. Unscrupulous dealers are trying to sell or dinary Glauber Salt or a mixture of EMdUtl Powder us "Artificial Carlsbad Salt," "Spru del Salt," "German Salt," or "Improved Carlsbad Salt," and under other similar names. The Natural Remodlos of Carlsbad Cannot be intimated. "What Nature makcs,mnn cannot improve" Artificial tnndo wines will never replace the natural Juice of the grapes. Neither Can the rntur.il waters of Carlsbad, nor the Carlsbad Bprtlde Suit bo replaced by tho cheap substi tutes offered to a guileless public for the sake of the larger profit mado thereon, by tbeso un scrupulous dealers, No one would buy artificial wines knowing ly. Why buy tho Imitations of tho Carlsbad products, when your health Is at stake? Tho Carlsbad Sprudel Waters nro a specific for all diseases uf tho stomach, liver ami kid l eys, a...

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

THE RCBANTCm TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING-, JUNE 4, 1894. GORMAN'S iR AND DEPOT JU Tho Month of Roses and Weddings. The beginning of Summer. The month altogether love ly of the year. The time of year when your money goes farthest and shows to the best advantage. Where shall wo go for the sum mer? What shall we buy for our dresses? How will we have them made, and Whero shall we buy the goods! TlKSK arc questions that al I ways come with the regular- lty of the season. We have always answered these questions for you to your entire satisfaction. We have pleased your tastes, met the size of your pocketbooks, and you have been the admired of your friends and the envy of your neighbors. 'Jood Will, Accommodation, In tegrity, and tlio Best and Cheap est of All Goods are marked features of our store. ilor Made uits. Traveling mon ssy those Navy Bluo nnd Black Borge Suits ot our.i at ?1!).0() are the Fama ns bring I12.N ia New York and Boston. They're a marvel, auvway. CAliBGNDALE. INIr. nnd Mrs. ...

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

.uiuqi'i pjg FOR THK BEST PAGE OF SPOUTING NRWS Tl'RN THIS LKAP. 'THK PACK OF ROSEXPKL" BEGINS TODAY ON PAGE 0. NEWS OF INDUSTRIE, PAGE 7. EIGHT PAGES--5G COLUMNS. SCR ANTON. PA.. TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE o, 1894. TWO CENTS A COPY. THE TRIBUNE HAS h LARGER BONA ROE CIRCULATION AMONG SCRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER END OF STRIKE IS Bituminous Coal Operators Arrange for an Early Resumption. A SKIRMISH AT CRIPPLE CREEK From Indications the Strikes in Bitu minous Coal Regions Are Nearing an End Striking Miners in West Virginia Resort to Violence The Editor of the Cripple Creek Herald Is Arrested Preparations for War at Colorado Springs. Philadelphia, June 4 THE committal' of three appointed at tho meeting of tha bitumin ous coal operators of central Pennsylvania lit tlieir meeting in tl.ig city on Monday, May 28, hav been actively engaged since then form ulating tl.eir plans to face resumption of tainiiiir, nnd tomorrow the first st tempc will he made in the Cnsh Creek r...

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

TIIE SCTRANTON TRIBUNE -TUESDAY MORNING-. JUNE 5. 1894. NATIONAL LEAGUE ASE 1 5 j mm I Scranton Loses a Gamo Through Inferior All Arouod Work. POTTSVILLE DOES UP ALLENTOWD Hazleton Clinches Its Hold on Third Place by Taking a Game from Al toona Meeting of State League Officials at Lancaster, Which City Desires to Be Admitted Into the League in Place of the Disbanded Easton Club -General News of In terest to Both Professional and Amateur Base Ball Enthusiasts. TyAKUISBURG still s II 1 1 ootnnundi n firm V. JL ,. SI hold of first place f TjB&f i; tll Rtunding of C QC I tf the State Loifue . cbampioubip;race ; (Wk Allentown is very 4"tCEW closely followed by - - j -ti.-teJrr Hazleton for sec ond twaition, but fifty points geparatiii,' tbetu, with Heading. Altoona and Scranton making desperate fij;bt to occupy fourth pluc, with the former leading, leaving 1'ottn Villa tnnliug with itself iu its endeavor to hold down the tail end. Tile following tablo givos the per centages of tha el...

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

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING. JUNE 5, 181)4. 3 MATCHLESS SHAW PIANOS. STEELLE & SEELEY. 134 WYOMING AVfc WKBBBt SHAW, EMKHSON, NEW KNGLAN1) FINEST LINE IN THE CITY tor the price, NEW AND SECOND HAND ALL PItlCES A Foe to Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD USE THE- And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOR SALE TO THE TRADE BY The Weston Mill Co, mm OP COUNTERFEITS ! THE BEWU1NE POPUUR Punch Cigars HAVE THE fNITUlS G.. B. & Co, ImtifiniP'l nn Fnch Clanr. Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. COUKX HOUbH -riAi.i:. DR. H. B. WARE KIWI A. LIST. EYE, EAR, KObE AUD THROAT. OFFICERS: 1TO 11.80 t.H. tJOTO 0.133 Kk 35 WYOMING AVE. C. Jl. Stnderson, of Throop, was hero yesterday. L. F.. Ilewett, of Towanda, wna yester day iu the city. J. M. Craudall, of Wavorly, N. Y., was in tho city yesterday. B. F. llnxay, of Forest City, visited frionds in tun city yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sir.ith, of Dalton, are visiting friends In tlio city. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Nichols, of Clark's Summit, wore iu t...

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

THU SCR ANTON THIBUNE-TU ESDAY MORNING-. JIJJNJS 5, 1894. Publish r r oailv in Scranton, Pa , by The Tribun Publishing Company. C. P. KINGSBURY. QCNKflAL MANAQCN Nr'v Yorh Ornct : Tribune Builoino. Cray. Manager Frank 8. ENTIRES AT TMC POSTOFFICC AT BC R ANTON, PA.. ICON D-C LASS MAIL MATTCR. ECU ANTON. JUNK 5. IBM, REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For QOVWHOV! DANIEL II. HASTTN'US, OV 'KNTKK. For I.ifUtnntit tl.nrnur: WALTEB LYON, or alI iiiimw. rnr Auditor Oi neroti AMOS 11. MVI.IN, 01' I.ANiAstkii. For Hecrelaru of It rnal AJfain: JAMES W. I. ATT A, en riiii.M'Ki riilA. For Coiutr MHIMatary0; (lAl.l'srtA A. OBOW, ' OK srS','171'1! A NNA. 8EOROET. Hl'FK, H- u -tmohki.ANH. Flection Time, Nov, (I In Tin: cask of real men Tin; TRIBUNI would not descend to pprsonu'itiHs; but in the curb of the nebulous-headed pomposity tlint oflicintes ns the editor of the Wtlkea-Barra Record, wo hsvo to fit our stylo of ntgament to the op position's toiiRh hided MOllbilitilA Luckily, we don't have to do this...

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

0 We will soil our entiro stock of Rtvliah TRTMMED nv cuv ..., Hats at .gkkatlyreduced PRICES. Come and see them at 303 SPRUCE STREET. XXDM'T Havo your COIXAUR stnrrhod in tho oH PH7 when you can havo them ilono with soft, pliable liuttuobolea (or TWO CENTS EACH. Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY Norrman& Moors FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue We are showing rrew designs in printed IRISH LAWNS, JACONET, DIMITY and PONGEE 415 Lacka. Avenue. BARGAIN NO 3. We Will Offer for a Few Daya Fine Moquettc Rugr. at $2 oo. These Rugs Have Never Been Sold for less Than $3.00. 127 Wyoming Ava BODY OF A CHILD FOUND. Unearthed by Workmen In a Field at Prcvidfnei. Yesterday mominif, while some men were engaged lu retnovinir atones from n field near Provident- . they wore hor rified to find the body of a newly born child. The remains were lying in n soap box beneath it stone pile, find hs tbe clothes placed over the body were not oven damp, tho msn came to the conclusion thai the corpse mnt have been place...

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

TTITC SGBANTQN 1 BiBTJNE- TUESDAY aiORNITO. JUNE 5, 1SD4. -:;..o SrJ point a fjct PLEETt trcif COrrRHiHTCP. IB91 0Y AMERICAN P.,55 ASSOCIAtlOM CHAPTER IL A HALT IN IBB BOAIX 'Yon nro jui artist, " said the man on tho front Boat of tlio sleigh, turning about that he Blight talk moro easily vith the young man who sat bi'sido tho pretty girl on the roar scat. "You aro in artist What do you think of tho workmanship of this?" Ho had taken from an inner pocket a knoll leather case, which he now passed d his companion. When tho young man unl brought to light the contents, he held in bis hand a medallion, set in a jeweled frame a medallion npon the convex surface of which was graven tho attractive features of a handsome wom an. The work was so delicate, the sitting so rich, the effect of the whole so ex quisite that the artist involuntiU'ily ut tered a cry of pleasure. "Why, thi.i is really admirable, La mm'! Whoisit? Where did yon got it?" The man on the front seat answered in a voico as c...

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

TIIE SCRANTON TRTBTHSTE TIJES0AY MOETTING, JUNE 5, 1804. mm hid HER WORK There wan clcvernsss la the repartee of the newly married Scranton woman, who, when her bibulous husband pre sented to her a rnrlor lamp, rosolved to name it after him bocnuas "it had a good doal of brass about it, ivna hand some to look at. was not remarkably briliiant, required a good de il of Bt tention, was sometimes unsteady on its letfs, was liable to explode when half full, flared up occasionally, was :lwa'B cut at bedtime aud could not be kept from smoking. " The curious assertion is made that only once hag an American woman been honored by haviujr her picture printed on any of Uucle Sam's official ilocu uietits. This was in tbo case of Martha VashingtoD, whose portrait adorns the one dollar bill. Recently, however, a movement Inn been instituted among the national officers of the Society of the Daughters of the American Revol ution to try to secure public recogni tion of their first president general, ...

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

TITO SCE ANTON TlfnJtTNTE TCTESDAY MOKNINGr. JUNE 5, 1894. GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT JUN Hit' Month of Koses and Weddings. The beginning of Summer. The month altogether love ly of the year. The time of year when your money goes farthest and shows to the best advantage. "Where shall we go for the sum inert What shall we buy for our drosses? How will we have them made, and Where shall we buy the goods? ITi'F'K are questions that al- ways come with the regular- B ity of tha sea -ton. We have alwayt answered these questions for you to your entire satisfaction. We have pleased your tastes, met the size of your pock d hooks, and you have been the admired of your friends and the envy of your neighbors. Good Will, Accommodation, In tegrity, and the Best and Cheap est of All Goods arc marked features of our store. I ailor Ivlacl Trnvolins men sny ti:os Navy r.lnn and Blnck Serge Suit ir ours at 119.00 an tin? eamoas bring 118.80 In New York aud Boston. They're a marvel, tnvway, PECKVILLE. Mr. and...

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

FOR THE IJliST PAG 10 OK B PORTING NliWS TL'ItN THIS LEAF. "the pace of rosenfel" appears today on page 6. m-;hs op industries, page t. EIGHT PAGES--5G COLUMNS. SCR ANTON. PA.. WEDNESDAY MORNING. JUNE G, 1S94. TWO CENTS A COPY. HE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SCRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER GASTON S TESTIMONY The WJkcs-Barrc Rope Maker Tolls What Be Knows About Sugar. HIS KNOWLEDGE IS VERY LIMITED Before the Senatorial Sugar Trust Investigation Committee thj Wilkes Barroan Displays a Deplorable Lack of Knowledge His Information Upon the Schemes of the Syndicate Appears to H ive Consisted in Vivid Opinions. Wasiiinuton, Juno 5. THE testimony given today livforo the senatorial sugir trust inves tigating committee by Walter Gaston, of Wllkes-Barrs, Pa., general manager of the Hazard Manu fuctadag company tind a wire rope manufacturer, was not so im portant as was anticipated. Senator Gray, chairman of the commit tee, reud Mr. Gaston a Washing ton ...

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

TITE SC"R ANTON TBIBUNE -WEDNESDAY MORNING. JUNE (5, 1894. ASE BALL Scranton Gives Harr'oburg a Dose of Its Own Medicine, ."PROGEL IS PIE FOR SCRANTON Twelve Hits with a Total of Twenty three Bases the Story of Harris burg's Defeat Allentown and Ha zleton the Other State League Winners Yesterday - National and Eastern League Results All Man ner of Sports Entertainingly Chron icled. .. CRANTON, by its nTTrKCai. victory oTer Hnr-L-i-JiLt rislur: yesterday, lMw IDOVM tip into fifth pl'a ,ne State t0 tongue cbnuipion- V V Jym( "b'p race. Allen ' ' i; town took another VSfVX game from Potte j i ville, thereby les stning the distance between itself find iliirrisbnrg, tlio loaders in the race, while Htizloton took Altoonn into ;atnp. The. following table gives the per centiles of the clubs, together with the number of -games won and lost by piich, and their standing in the eham pionshin race: Won. Lost. Per C't. nnrrmburg no 5 .800 Allentown 17 10 .flUI Raaleton u 10 .888 Beading 11 18 .4f...

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

THE 8CBANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MOKJN IJSTC3-. JUNE G, 185)4. MATCHLESS SHAW PIANOS. STELLE I SEELEY, 134 WYOMING AV. wnnKii. Nil AW, RMKBSOIT, MiW lCNCiLANI) FINEST LINE IN THE CITY row The price, NEW AND BOOMD II AM A 1.1 PBIOEI A Foe io Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD -USE THE And always have Good Bread. SlANUFACTt'KED AND FOB HALE TO U1E TllADE Dtf The Weston III Co, BEWARE OP COUNTERFEITS I THP FFNItlHE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVETHE INtTUL8 G., B. & Co., (dinrJnfnH on Fioh C'nur. Carney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. (OUKT HOUMC hUUAJlK. DR. H. B. WARE KJ'I'CI.VMsr. EYE. EAR. NOSE AND THROAT. (TO 11.JC '35 WYOMING AVE. PERSONAL W. H, Terrell, of Montrose, is in the city. D. E. Phillips, of Jlalmuoy City,ls at th9 Westminister. T. V. Powderly, jr., of Cnrbondole, was here yesterday. Homer Oreuue, of Ilonesdale, was yes terday in th" city. Charles E. Titohener,of Bingbumton.was in the city yostcrday. Mr. Daniel Savre, or Montrose, was hero yesterday euroute for New i'ork. Mr. and Mrs. Charles S....

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

f Till: SCT? ANTON TRIBUNE-V EDS KSDA.Y MORNING-. JUNE 6, 18!) I. Zfjt cranfon ri8ime PU BLIGH CD DAILY IN SCRftNTON, PA., BY THl VmsuNB Publishing Company. E P. KINGSBURY, GCNCRAl MANAGER. New Yobk Orricc I Tribune Builoino. MbR 1 Jbay, Manager BNTCRCD AT THE POlTOmtC AT BCRANTON, PA.. At F.CONO-CLASS MAIL MATTER- tUU.'STOii. JCSE 0. ISM. REPUBLICAN STi.TE TICKET. For OOMrnor; DANIEL II. HASTIMQIj if DKMTKR. For Lieutenant Q pernor; WA;YS nYOX, Of ALIittoniNT, Tot Auditor Qttutolt amos 11. MYLIN, OK r ANCAsTKIi. J'vy iSecrtttini of Itttnoi Atftiir: JAMES W. LATTA, lit PBJItADIXPBIAi i'or CoiUjT' ttBlSft'fll.Lai yip.1 ' GALOSHA A . QSOW, Of M smukiianva. OBORaB P. HUFF, nK tfMSTUOBXbAND. Flection Time, nv. l TBIBO DISTRICT fUpnbllMM mado no 'nistake in the wording of thtir plat .orra. It ringa truo and olMr, In full i' msonnnco with the reinvieorated Republicanism of the nation. No Straining at Gnats. Jlost persons will aro with our eiteetted evening neighbor, tbo Truth, when, in sp...

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