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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 9 June 1894

FOR THE BKST NEWS OF CHURCHES AND CHURCH SOCIETIES ON PAGE a PA OR OF SPOUTING NKV(-,; TURN THIS LEAF. EIGIIT PAGES 56 COLUMNS. SCRANTON. PA.. SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 0, 1SU4. TWO CENTS A COPY. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SCRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER El POLITICAL PARTYFORMED The Junior Order Amercin Mechanics and Other Societies Unite. PROGRESSIVE AMERICAN PARTY Is the Title of the New Organization. The New Click Favors Protection Tariff and a Prohibition Immigra tion Law for Twenty-five Years Demands National Control of Rail roads, and Fiat Money Is Opposed to Government Coinage PtTTODima, Pa., Juno 8 THE Junior Order (Jaitd Ameri can Mechanics ami other nitni lur org.miz itious of Allegheny ccunty, have taken a long con templated step, that of forming a new political party. Last Digbt ubont 150 delegates mot. They represented tin Junior Order United American Mechanics 1 a ritic hams of America, Loyal Orange ioaguv, Boni or St. George a...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 9 June 1894

T1JJ5 BUBANTON lUEBUITB HATUBDAY MLMiJNlJVU. JUWJS , li4. BA STATE LEAGUf. The following tnble gives tha psr ci?ntiiKs of tho clubs, toaethsr with the nnmbor of ?amng won and lost by each, and their standing in the clmm piunship race: Won. Lost. Per Ct. I'nrrisburR SI T .750 Alleutown u U .OT Hsilstoo 15 10 .wo K-ntlint' U 14 -4lil Beranton 11 M .M .Itooua 10 10 .886 Pottsville M .:'- Eautou 0 14 ,800 BOBKDULB FOB TODAY, Beranton at Enstou. Harrisbarg at PottsvlHs, Altoooa nt Beading; Hasletonat Ailontown. OAMES PLAYED YKSTl'.ItDAY. At Allentown Alleutown. 1 0000100804 Uazl.iton.,.0 0 1 8 0 0 0 0 0 1-5 Hit Allentown, (i; HaalstOO, JO. Er rors Allentown, ."; Hasleton, 4. Batter in Kilroy, Douohuo and Kelly; Jordan and Hharp, At PottSVille- rottsvillo 1 112 0 10 10-7 linrribur. ..1 0000000 01 HittS Pottsville, 10) H'irrisburg, 3. Er-rorsr-Ppttsville, r; Harrisburg. :i. Jitter i":i Wilsou nud Digging; Bprogs) nd WVnte. At Heading Beading 0 o 3 o o 0 o o 1-4 Alt..onii 0 1000000 0-1 (Ilt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 9 June 1894

THIS SCH AK TON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 9, 1894. MATCHLESS SHAW PIANOS.. STELLE & SEELEY, 134 WYOMING AVE. 811 AW, EHBBBOIT, NlitVESiULAND FINEST LINE IN THE CITY POH XI IE PRICES, KEW AND SECOND HAK1 All I'ltlCKS ORBAN A Foe to Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD -USE THE- I WHITE nun And always have Good Bread. MAXUFACTl'EKD AND FOtt SALE TO THE TRADE 1)Y The Weston Mill Co EEMB OF COUNTERFEITS 1 THE .BENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIMS G.. B. & Co., Imnrintnl rn Each Clnar. Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. I (lUKt HOI ... bUt'AHK. DR. H. B. WARE SPECIALIST. EYE. EAR. NOSE AND THROAT. MW.R HffllM' fZPJUMPA.lL J J WW U VVUW I 2J0TU b.Sj ?.& '35 WYOMING AVe NORTH I ND BRIEFS. T1k North End offlco nf tho BCRANTon Thiiunk is located nt 103 Wort Market street when subscriptions, advertisements und eom nranicatioas will receive prompt attention. Tomorrow will bo observed ht various Proviilence churches ns "Cliildren's Sun day.'' The Crystal Drum corps bold a social on Wednis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 9 June 1894

4 PUJLICHtD DAILY IN SCHANTON, PA., ttl TMf PuailOKINQ COMPANY. E P. KINQSOUHV, C'NlL MANAQIA' Nrw YOA OfflCI ! TSIIIUNC DUILDINO. . Qhy. Manaoer MICKED AT THI POSTOf.-CC AT PCAAATOM, SECOND-CLASS MAIL MATTES. 'U.:.T(i.. jriiE y. mm. RSPUDUCAN STfiTE TICKET. For Qovmon DANIFLTT TTAPTIXC8, Ob' OK NT I It. For Limlcnavt QaverMtt WALTER LYON, OfALLBQBINTi rr Auditor Cent ral: AMOS 11. MYI.1N, 01 ANCASTHR. 'or Secretary 0 ll niui .ffair: JAMES W. LATTA, OF PniLAOCLPHIA or Owi0rfissmMilaL(i 1 . GALU8HA A. GROW, OF SUSqCBIIAHNA. GKOHOB P. BUFF, OV WKSTMORirjlND. Flection Time, Uv. (I 1y a:u BT, oiiii of tbese time-Bcrv-i np politioiauB who beliwa that Anwr ims no option bat to e tin dnmu lag ground of oth"r nations' pMp( Ubcr, will nw:kj hoiw fine morning to ;ml liia political future lying all bn blnd him. Is It Wi'39 to ChanRR? Itts no more tlinn fair to many citi 'sor.s to say tlint sines tho last mimic tpttl eloctioa at which th bridgs bond question waa ratified, noma apparently 1 tron...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 9 June 1894

THE SCRAtfTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNTNO. JUNE !. 18!)4. for one week V?c will sell our entire stock of New itnd Stylish TRIMMED HATS at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Come and see them at 303 SPRUCE STREET. Havo your CO I.I. A Its starched in tho old sray, when ymi ean havo thorn done, with soft, pliable Uuttouholea for TWO CENTS EACH. Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY Norrmanfi Wioore FIRE INSURANCE New Line Cheney Bros. CHINA SILKS Mears A Sags 415 LACKA. AVE. SIB If you want Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper or Window Shades, come to ns. We have a full line ot 'oods, and our prices are very low. iliams 4 McAnuity 12.7 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. The employees of the .Seranton Traction lompany will ba paid their monthly earn ings on Monday afternoon. An English Lntheraii chorch of the cen tra synod is soon to be organized in this city. F. U. (lift, th DUtor. is on iho fluid now pushing the worn His residence is at MN Wnnmnffton aveune. Riders William If. Kelley and E II, Rohinsou, of tho Re. 0. of .1, 0. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 9 June 1894

TT7E JFCEAtfTOtf TBJEUXE- SATURDAY MOBKESTG. JUNE 0, TSf)4. ,4 Social III!. 9tr It is not .orDrisingtliat n social strist nation existed dnriuK the .net wm k nf May. With cold, rainy nml iliRHureo itlile woatlicr generally and a scarcity of college nieii, tlio summer yirl was not apparent; if she had emerged ubo would have turned back in ilesimir, in n uirusuro like the proverbial bruin on Ciindletnas Day. HowiVrr, things look different now, and, with no mat tor how brief a spell of warm weather, the spainn'a social whirl pool will scon begin to foam and swirl and set the ball n-rolliiitr Already a few of the young ladieg have appeared from the dry atmosphere of the same old, old select school, more will ruturn soon.tho college young man resplendent with negligee attire and an air of wisdom, but eTer ready for the vacatiouV diversions, will be here in nil his glory with all thiiBe fore runners, will surely follow the pleas ures ot the usual summer seasou. To substantiate the fact th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 9 June 1894

TITfl SCKANTON TRTBTJ1TE SATURDAY MORTOTSrO, JtTfTB 9, 1894. GENERAL NEWS OF INDUSTRIES Two years bro, says the Record, the Tlnware, Laokawanna and Weatorn Railroad company made a tnrvey of he flats from the main lino abovo Forty Fort to a point near the Petit lone shaft of the Delaware. Lncka v.'anna and Western Coal cimpany, poing diagonally across the Kingston .Bats through the low.ir end of tiio West Side park, the section where the etablee now stand, still continning down the flits to the island in the river opposite tho Hilluian academy. This week a minor is current that the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Kailroad company intends carrying out this project at an early date of ex tending their line across the rivor, to Lave a freight depot on their property in South Wilkes-Barre and of having n new passencer depot erect ed across tho West Market street bridge, not far from the Wilkes Ilarre and E istern railroad. Thoy pro pose to bo cloe competitors for the passenger traffic a...

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

THE 8CBANTON TKIBTOE-SATUKDAY MOKiNTNCr, JUIfE 9, 1894.1 GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT MODES and FABRICS OUR FASHION MONTHLY, For June JUST OUT Describes nnd contains the Leading Fashions, Latest Dress Materials, Stories, An ecdotes, Humorous lllustra tions, Valuable Information. Elevating and Pleasing Read ing for the Home. GIVEN AWAY to those who call for it at our store. odes and Fabrics Bound at the end of the year, will make a book of three hundred and eighty four pages or more, with about five hundred illustra tions describing gowns for calling, shopping, weddings, receptions, balls, parties and other occasions. Every lady wishing to be well dressed, and dressed economically, should have it. HAVE YOU TRIED CLEANSOLINE? For cleansing Kid Gloves, White Shoes, Silks, Laces, Woolen Goods, Carpets, Sec. Instantly removes spots or stains without injury to the finest fabrics. TAYLOR. Children's D.iy exurcUes will bo held nt the Calvary Baptist church tomor row. "Confedernta Spy" will be .urii...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 11 June 1894

I'Olt THE HKST PAG E OF SPOUTING NKWS TTHN THIS LEAF. FOR AND ABOUT WOMAN," ON PAGE a EIGHT PAGES--50 COLODfS. SCR ANTON. PA.. MONDAY MOTINING, JUNE 11, 1894. TWO CENTS A COPY. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FID ULATION AMONG SGRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER -I VI'WHMV E CIRC LABOR CRISIS All! ich Day Brines IIw and More Determined Conflicts. STRIKER KILLED AT UNIONTOWN Mounted Patrols Are Stationed About Coal Shafts at Pana, Illinois-Five Companies of State Militia Will As sist Moving Trains at Charleston, West Virginia Battles Between Strikers and Deputies at Mounds- ville. Uniontwn, Pa., Jnno 10. H BATTLE between ieen armed A d.DUtiea and n nob of 300 ntrik- ers occurred tl morning t the Li U Li'inont No. 3 forks of the Jle Clure Coke cotnpanj O.io striksr, a Sluv, wai killed i tetantty and two other Slav strik i wore fatally wounded. The deputies were sur rounded n i fired Upon oy the strikers before tliey shot. The inoi lunta lendiiu up to the bat tie begun las...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 11 June 1894

t I THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY MORNING. JUNE 11, 164. fcJAolu-E3AL.L ffe Lead the Scoiiid DivisjQ ia tb3 Race fur Caaiuoiousuip. ALT8GNA PASSED CORING WEEK Manager P.irks New Easton Team Defeated on Saturday in a Well Played Contest King Kelly Will Piny Here Today and Tomorrow. Result of City Lcaguo Games Played Standing of Clubs. rrrmC gat t'HANTON eontln. Hi's to lt;iu io fii'C ond ilivisiou in the Leagua rce, hav ing ousted Altoona from tlint position daring the wars. Although we have advanced ono st-'p forward in tiw race our psroentago is lens tlmti it was a irei k ago. To.luy and tomorrow wj Will do battle with the "only Mike" and his Ailontowu actfrjuution. and with any Icmd or team work sliouiil tnko onu of the garnet, We need tbe game, and if it i lout by any ai-.ch playing as "onr pMs" In dulged in last Monday mrainst Hiirris bttrg, it meant troublu abfad for some one. Ours is one of tlin highest salaried clubs in tlio Stats league ami there is n growiuis feeling among ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 11 June 1894

THE BCBANTOX TEIBUNB-MONDAT MOBNTNG, JUXE 11, 1894. MATCHLESS SHAW PIAHOS. STELLE & SEELEY, i34 WYOMING AV. PIANOS Vf.nv.Tt. SHAW, KMKHSON, JUOW ENGLAND OlUVCffl I IMP III TITD fly my li'ii'i -nk hicutfd ut lia NortU Jluin v I'liijjOl LlHu 111 lilu 1)1 1 1 wli,'r" nworlptlon, advertisement now The price. KT.XV AND IECOND HAM) ALL TRICES A Foe to Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD And always have Good Bread. MANUFACITREP AND FOB HALE TO HIE TRADE BY The Weston Mil Co, EEWARS OF CODHTEEFEITS ) THE BFMIJINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INmai.3 Ca.4 B. & Co,, frrpr nimi nn Faoh Closr. Sarney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. COUtt'i HOUaM mji a .'. DR. H. B. WARE RPKCIAM8T. EYE. EAR, NOSE AND THROAT. EPFICR MINIS' ITWMPJu iJOTO 6.30 '35 WYOMING AVE- PLUSUXAL. Mr. .mil Mrs. A. 1!. Holmes spent yester day nt Elmnurst. Kev. Thomas E. Coffey, of Carbondale, whh in the city Saturday. Arthur FrothlnghMn ha returned from a business trip to New York. Miss r,rnce and E lit ti Norton aro visit ing relatives at ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 11 June 1894

THE srAXTOX TBXBUNB MONIAT MOKNIWCK .JUJNJS 11, igi)4. krattfon ri6tme PUBllSHtO DILV IN SCSHNTON. PA., TniDUN FUDLISHINU COMPANY. E. P. KINGSBURY, OENKRAL MANAGKW. Mrw York Office Thibunc BuiLotNa. t.v. Manaocn Prank t. KN1LRID AT TM T POlTOrricr AT CnNTON, ICOND-CLA-Sm MAIL MA1TKR. Kt.'RANTON, JUNK 11, MM. KfcPUBUCAN SIA1E IICKtT. fur Own mor DANIEL H HASTINGS, Ot CBIfTSR. ffcr .tu' i"f'' 0 pernor; WALTER LYON, OPALUtOBBNY. Tor Auditor GmttxUt AMOS H, MYLTN, OF I.ANCASTUIl. 'r Srerefarp "i"' roal dffaint JAMES W. I .ATT A, iiv i i.a ii: i.i'ii ia. For Co" fl wiwi 'Mii'.dii' i ' OALTJ8HA A. BBOWi Of BU8Q0KIIANNA. (JEOROB r. HUFF, or WKSTMORHLAMD. Election Tnitf. Nov, i Tin: law against theft i more tbtn IghtMU litinilrtnl yenra old; but it has its good points. Thursday Is Flat; Day. Next Thursday, it should not ho for gotten, is Flag Dsjr, and the patriotic citizens will do well to recoKiiizJ it by a Irtvlih display or Old Glory, lo the Bcbools appropriate exercise will fit tintfiy...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 11 June 1894

THE SCKAKTOK TI?iJHJJV.U-NGNiAY MOBNING, JUNE 11. 181)1. d FOR ONE WEEK We will sell our entire stock of Kew and Stylish TRIMMED HATS at GREAXLY REDUCED PRICES. Come and see them at II 303 SPRUCE STREET. DOM' Havo your COLLABB Marched In tlio old Ivay, wheu you oan hftvp tlioiu done with fcoft, tillable Buttonhole for TWO CENTS EACH. Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue New Line Cheney Bros. CHINA 415 LACKA. AVE. If you want Carpgts, Prape;rfes, Wall Paper or Window Shades, come to us. We have a full line of goods, and our prices are very low. iiams 127 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. The opening of Preston Park lodge to members will occur on Friday next. No afternoon service w held in Yonncr Men's Christian Association hull yester day. On Thursday ovenlne an entertainment Will b Riven nt the Penu Avenue Baptist church by John Howard. A pleasant muiicale will bo slvcn at tho rectory of 8t Lnke'n chiy-ch next Thurs day evening by the (iuilJ of St. Hild...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 11 June 1894

THJfl P WALTON JKJJUJNP-JMOj)DAY MORNING. JUNE 11, 1894. pOR AND About Woman, Third National Bank of Scranton. V- 2t""V-- avwom 'Te Point . ' 3j-i i COPVBIOMTCP. 139 ITt AMERICAN PB05 ASSOCIATION CHAPTER VL TBI BBFLT. It twined Indeed th:it t!io artist's prediction that tlio mystery of the nea toad would remain a mystery forever was destined to he fnlflllod. The day cniuo ami went, ;uid there WON) no du folopuenta to onooorage a faltering and disKiixtrd police. It was tlio morn strange booann a full description of poor An nette had been published in au tho pa pers, and there had boos a deal of in terest in the matter. Dnt public Intoroit to bo ki-pt alive lmit bo fod, and ono moming tho city editors of tlio several dailies awoke to find choice collection of now material for Interesting reading and straightway pigeonholed tho old til! duller times. And so tho poor crea ture with the wounded Intellect was for gotten. A very rich man had suddenly and com pletely disappeared under circu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 11 June 1894

THE SC17ANT0N TKlRTTtfE-MONDAY MORNTN"G," JUKE 11, 1894. T E The bituminous coul operators of Central Pennsylvania luive re afflrmeil their previous deterruinatiou to not grant the uJvance asked for by the striking miuera. Unless the latter ro turu to work, it ia understood that their places will 1 fille I with new men, who, 1f necessary, will be put to work under police protection. Presi dent Janney, of tlid Hnntindon and liro.td Top railroad, in speaking about the situation Saturday, said that I he lust few days showed evidence of re sumption, sspeolally i'i the West Vir ginia coal fields. While during the height of the strike, his road, he said, had been carrying only from 300 to 800 tons of co il daily. it carried on Weil lusday 1,850 tons, and on Thursday 1,000 tons. Mr. Janney is firmly of the opinion that when resumption takes place it will be with a rush and that the railroads will m !; up all of their lost coal tonnage before the year is out. While since tho promulgation of...

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

TITTC RCRANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY MORNTNG. JUNE 11, 1894. GORMAN'S GRAND DEP CHILDREH'S GINGHAM : DRESSES. They're the kind you expect to pay 2 and $4 for. Children, 2 to 5 years, the prices arc &1 TO $2 Oae advantage of past week's stormy weather was opportunity to reinspeot departments. Where stocks are great and assortments varied, constant supervision is necessary to present only the best and newest. Those who visit us this week will reap the benefit of reduction in Silks and Dress Goods, Cloaks, Capes and Jackets, Laces, Hosiery and Underwear, Great Reductions in EXQUISITELY TRIMMED HATS AND BONNETS AT HALF PRICE. The prices of some of the seas on's most exquisitely Trimmed Hats and Bonnets have just been reduced one half to effect a prompt distribution. The styles are many and the prices, previously moder ate, cannot tail to appeal strongly now to the most economical. Please remember the reductions are most carefully stated. Beginning today we shall sell Trimmed II its Bonnets...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 12 June 1894

von THE BEST PAGE OF BPOATING XKWS THK NCWS OF INDUSTRIES, O.N PAGE 7. TURN THIS LEAF. t EIGHT PAGES 5 G COLUMNS. SCRANTON. PA.. TUESDAY MORNING. JUNE 1S)4. TWO CENTS A COPY. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER SGRANT MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER tfVHWwvw wwumv BONA FIOE GieOOLATEON AMONG ON BUSINESS BlTUMiNQUS COAL STRIKE I CI The Differences Are Settled by Miners and Operators, CONFERENCE IS SUCCESSFUL The Sixty and Sixty-Woe Cent Basis Is Ac cepted by the Miusrs. OERS WILL WORK ON MONDAY An Amicable Adjustment of One of the Most Disastrous of Strikes Is Hailed with Pleasure by Working men Throughout the Country Who Have Been Forci id Into Idleness by the Bituminous Sirike- Concessions Made at the Meeting of Operators and Miners at Coiumbus It Is Agreed That Work Shall Bo Re sumed on Monday Next Notes of the Strike Throughout the Country. Columbus, o., June 11. THE conference of operators nnd mlneri reached an agreement t C o'clock this ereniiiL.'. The 00 ninl G9 cent basis is accepted b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 12 June 1894

TIIE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING. JUNE 12, 1894. BASE BALL STATE LEAGUE. Tho following Utile gives the per centages of the clubs, together with the numbor of gsmt won an J lust by Bacb, iiuJ their standing in thu cham pionship rnca : Won. Lost. r.r C't. Ilarrisbnrs. 'J3 7 ."07 Allontowii n 11 .DM iln.letOD 15 13 .MO Beading U 15 .4SS Bcrantoii 13 17 .414 Altoutm 11 17 .aU Pottsville 8 10 .'Mi Easton 7 15 .318 SCHEDULE Foil TODAY. Alleutowu nt Scrsnton, Easton ht Hsslston. l'ottsvillf at IlarriBburp. R-ailiug at Altoonn. ALLENTOWN TOOK the first. The Old Guard Had No Trouble Difoat ins Swif.'j Men. We wero aitti j)ty outplayed yester day. That was all. Kelly and his Allentown "'Old Guard" niad any (iiiautity of errors, bat they bud away of smashing tho ball ri'ht ou the uoso th.it made Mauager --wilt vluke his had dubiously whenever he looked ut Rid Sweater Dor.iu, The game was lojt iu the first ln Ding. Wool was sent lo buvi ou balls acd old S.iui Wise to vary the monot ony o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 12 June 1894

V&K SCRAKTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING. JUNE 12, 1894. 8 E MATCHLESS SHAW PIANOS. STELLE & SEELEY, 134 WYOMING AVE. vnrcrt, SHAW, EHKU80N, FINEST LINE IN THE CITY I 'OK TlIM PRICE! SiEW ANi) ft Fos to Dyspe GOOD BREAD -USE THH- And always have Good Bread. MANL'FACTUtinD A.'D FOR SALE TO HIE TRADE BY The Weston SII Co, GF COUKTEEfEITS ! Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS B. & Co , frnn-:-i,'-t n F-rth Cnr. Carney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. (i.l i.i HUUSS ui;aivK. DR. H. E3. WARE! sn: i.w.isr. EYE, EAR. NObE AND THBOAH OFFICE HOCUS : UMSttf, 135 WYOMING AVE PERSONAL. George J. McDonald, iloket agent at tho Iii iilse wtreot depot, :-pcnt yesterday iu Wilkes-Bar re. Dr. A. J. Coonell, who hns bS0O ill for a r,'i k. Im- r. (timed his practice uiul was at his officii yesterday. F.. D. Bovardj principal of the Jermyn public tcnoola, was here yesterday, Dur ing the rammer h will represent tho sehool supply Iioush of Qreenwood & Co. I. W. Pasin is in th city conferring with members ot...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 12 June 1894

4 THE 8 CB ANTON THIJJUNE-TUESDAY MOItNINOJ. JUNE lii, 1894. Published daily in Schanton, Pa., by The Tmauw Publishing Company. E P. KINGSBURY, QCNERhL MANAGIH New York Orrtci i Thibuhe Buildini. Fak CAAV. MANAGtR ENTERED AT TNT POTOfncC AT tCIKNTON, Me) CCOND-CLAOS MAIL MATTER. SCUANTON. ,1 1 " N E 12. lM. KtPU ESLICAN STATE TICKET. For Qovtrnott DANIEL H. HASTINGS, 01 OBMTIR. For Liiutamnt dntrrnnr: WALTER LYON, or AtucoBimr. lor Auditor Qmtral; AMOS II. MYI.IN, OK LANCASTKIt. For Btcrttory of lttrnal Affairs: JAMES W. LATTA, of PHILADBIPBIA. For ConsfetMtttetfnt'Lnrgei ' QALU8HA a', unnw, or srsytJKMANNA. GEORGE I'. HUFF, OK WL'STMOKKLAM). Election Tun,-, Nov. O Law DEFIANCE rests Itl eiime on a slander found ution when it offers an escme tlio faot Hint it does not like tbo ; rsiu who enforcrs tho law. The Strike Settled. The ttrmioatioo of th bitnminous miners' triko lust evening, ai a remit of the C'olumbua conference, is n vic tory for the pnbllc of greater liynifi cance than ...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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