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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 15 June 1894

4, I roit i 1'aok op sroiwi. '?A m:vs TVUN THIS LTV v THE NEWS OP INDUSTRIES, OX PAGE 7. EIGHT PAGES--5G COLUMNS. SCRAN TON. PA.. PHID-AY MORNING. JUNE 15, lSi)4. TWO CENTS A COPY. HIE TRIBUNE HAS RlPiCKIS OF POLICEMEN Seme Enormous Sums Squeezed from Crim inals by the Gotham Finest Some of the Discoveries of the Lexov. Investigating Committee During Its Probing of the Charges Brought by Rev. Dr. Parkhurst Somebody Gets Nearly Nine Million Dollars a Year for Protection Places on the Force Bettor Than Presidencies of Rich Banks An Object Lesson in Tammany Politics. Ffom the PkUadrlpMa Retord, Dem. New York June 14. rpolt seine timo pet 11 senatorial L. committee has been at work in p vestibulitis the method's of the U police department f tui citv. fcy-nutor L SOW is chairman, and the, probe has been put iu so de'p r t" show grout corruption among police commissioners und nearly all person? sttuolivd to the force. Blackmail has been levied on everybody that it lias been poMil'te to ge...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 15 June 1894

2 THE SCRAN TON TRIBUNE Fill DA Y MORNING. JUNE 15, 1894. teg-.-j Mil Ml II ALL Reorganized EasUn Ciub Sustains Another Defeat at the Hands of Scrantou. 'SHEN Hazloton Literally "Paralyzes" King Kelly's Antiquated "Have-Beens. " Tie Between Reading and Jicranton for Fourth Placp Unbroken Na tional and Eea3tt'rn League Results. City LaAgUI Scores Base Ball, Bi cycle and News of General Sports Entertainingly Chronicled. 6 T, LENTO W N. bv rsa- H hon of iti deitat y- rtnrclu 9 teiilny nt the bands Aft of Ilia HazlHtoti"ii' blea," Is rompi'll ' J to hIiuik iU lODg beld position of s c nnfl pllCl v;ith Die latter clob. Tli tia between Biadlog and Seninton for fourth pliict) pe- tsirim unbroken, ttu former hiv.ntt defi itetl Uarriibd"ra nnl t. lntter wU nitnlittrvd at a of the tui medicine to Button. Altoo-ja, Pottirtlle and Btiton brin up the reer in tbu ordsr named. The Wlor.iri!; table jrlnvi tlv. per :entag of the ciu'i-K, together with tie Hmt:K wo'.i au I lost oy eHcb, uud their sta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 15 June 1894

THE SCEAKTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. JUNE 15, 1894. MATCHLESS SHAW PIANOS. STELLE & 8EELEY, 134 Y3RmC AVI tH AW, EMERSON, SKWUSOtAND FINEST LINE IN THE CITY POR THE PRICES. :i-.xv AND SECOND II AND ALL PBIOES A Foe lo Dyspepsia GCOD BREAD -use ran- ci nun And always have Good Bread. fAOTFAOTURlID AND FOB SALE TO THE TltADE BY The Weston il Co, -LUrlldl MS LUlUUi. THE nFMUlMF POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS WApjwrasijeB: ciMri't 'an G., B. & Cq., hDtrlnf4 -n Faoh Dtps-. barney, Brown & Co.Mfr's. (.111.1. 1' HOUhN nltl'AitK. DR. H. B. WARB .si'i: I.VMST. EYE. EAIi. KOSE AND TIIEOAT. OFFICE HOURS : lfj-hL :35 WYOMING AVE- CRAiQ FOR STATE SENATOR. Spoken of as a Compromise Candi date for the Democratic Nomination. Election of :.!ato Delegates. There is much political cosip afloat thea sultry days, and they 'urnish no end 01 conjecture for tboso to whom that canicular kind of os.ip i3 a very delicious moral), One of tbe latest tnri,-s is to the effect that Deputy In te...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 15 June 1894

I THE FCTMtfTON TK IBUNE-FRiqAY MOKNIJOT. JUJNJS 15, 1894. PUOLIEHIO DAILY III GCSANTON, PA. , BY Tut Tnmuwt PuotiSHiNa Company. E. P. HING3nURY. GENERAL MANAQIM. Nrtv York OrncK r Tribune Buildinq. Frank. Cray. Managir BN TIRED AT THI ROATOr'ICE AT CRANTON. RA.. A ICONO-CIAUU MAIL MATTER. iUtAMW. JUNK li law. K! r'UU:ic.i MY. ft HChiT. i'ur Governor: DANIEL If. HASTINGS, or CBHTHlt. For LUutenant 0 pernor; .WALTER i.YON, Ok' ALLGOBBNr. J or Avihta- (.'.. (nil: Ai:os it. MY UN, OF LAXCASTSB. l vi- 8tcr$tory of it rwU djfcrtrtt JAMES W. LATTA, 01 flllLASXI I I1IA. l or Consriumifrnt-large: OALCSBA A.UBOW, or SUSQVBaAKlfA. GKOROE r. BUFF, oj Wkstmouslaju), Kltetlon Tlmn, Nov. TWO DBBAILMBNTS iu ons affernnon on a single- br.iuc;: of the looal traction system bints at a trscksgs condition which th new msnagemsnt will doubtlcM correct at no distant Jay. Last Night's Banquet. The visit to this city oi reprsssnta tiTa bankers of Northeastern Pennsyl vania, and their pleasant entertain men...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 15 June 1894

THE 6CHANTON TBIB UjSTE FRIDAY MOUSING, JUNE 15. 189-1. .1 FOR ONE WEEK Wc will sell our entire sick of New and Stylish TRIMMED HATS at GBEATLT REDUCED IBICES. Come and sec them at NEWMAN'S 303 SPRUCE STREET. Norman & Moore FIRE INSURANCE ?2Q Wyoming Avenue Grenadines and Haskell Black Silks Cheap. Mears ft Haa'en 413 LACKA. AVE, Hnv your roi.l..U!H (.tnn-lic-d in tho old iir, wbfii jtv. cm bavo tbstn &6no with soft, pllte Dottonho Jo Idr TWO 02NTS KAUU. Lackawanna LAUNDRY Hyou want Carpets, Draperies, Vrall Paper or Vindow Shades, come to us. We have a full line of Cfoods, and our prices are very low. Williams k McAnuity 127 Wyoming Ave. CITY AOTivS. AMs. Jii'lia Albright, t Pittton. will give concert nt Powell's uot Monday SWMing A report of t!.o Viewers if tbe Fifth dis trict mam sewer, section A, will bo found 00 MVM Of tins i-sne. Daniel O'DoMoll wn'i committed tn the county jail yesterday In default of bail for beating hi niutber-in-law. It bM been decided to bold tb a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 15 June 1894

G THE FCKAKTON TrijiTJNE-FKIPAY MOBNIXG. JUNE 15, 181)4. ftss-& , 1 r-a !? ' -lt Point of Arlttoic'tU SW; U COPftHlCC. 189 CYflMtRiCAN CHAPTER X. MK. DYE. Tlio tide flowed back and forth omrath Mv thickening loe unseen, and the win ter wore on. Maxcy's now pupil w:is making much progress. The saifte was trne, in another sense, of Maxey him self. Soinetiines in the interest and pre oeeupatiou of their mutual labors their heads would i,r't very close together. This was so entirely accidental and un premeditated an ooenrronoe that the foot that a sudden interruption tit sucli rimes started a blnsh into the ftices of e'lwji seems strange and unaccountable. But it was unquestionably the fact A knock nt the outer door one afternoon was at tended by this result. They had lieen bending over a sketch by a window in the rear room, and both became sudden ly conscious that thfly were betraying unwonted confusion. Maxey was so painfully aware of his own betrayal of sentiment that he was very...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 15 June 1894

TttE SCI? ANTON TlilBUNE FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 1.5, 1894. GENERAL NEWS OF KTIS It is when wo see oiusoItos as others jee us tlmt the spvctatls becomes really Intmatitifj. To line rhle railway eirclts are no exception. Soma of tlie statistics, companions and reflections made by the Loinlon Finaiicitil News With reference lo tho humiliating howing recently exhibited by Amen cau railway systems prove this. Not ing th l.i r- expenditures maile Inst year to accommoiluto World's fuir traf fic the News yet finds with regard to 1891 that on ICO roads, during tho mouth of Murclj. walls tlu grossoarn inga fell off 17. 80 per cent., there was an almost exaotly similar de crease of 17.2Apsr emit, in t lie uet ro Ceipls. Although tKeee rouds lind a gain in crois of $8,843,918 hi March! 181)3, the net gain w.ib but 21$ 373. Since the not decrease in March this year came to $3.137, 700, it will be sen that, leaving out this mouth of 181)3 as one of exceptional expenditure, there is a falling off of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 15 June 1894

THE RCBANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY MORNING. JUNE 15, 1894. GORMAN'S SB AND DEPOT Mb, I m I' fed i.a ur f f V i 1 mi 4' 1 N II I r-ei : .',1 Mil si CHILDREN'S GINGHAM : DRESSES. They're llic kind you expect to paj- s2 and 94 for. Children, 2 to 5 years, the prices arc &1 TO $2 One advantage of past week's stormy weather was opportunity to reinspect departments. Where Stocks are great and assortments varied, constant supervision is necessary to present only the best and newest. Those who visit us tliis week will reap the benefit of reduction in Silks and Dress Goods, Cloaks, Capes and Jackets, Laces, Hosiery and Underwear, Great Reductions in MILLINERY EXQUISITELY TRIMMED HATS AND BONNETS AT HALF PRICE. The prices of some of the seas on's most exquisitely Trimmed lints and Bonnets have just been reduced one half to effect a prompt distribution, The styles are many and the prices, previously moder ate, cannot fall to appeal strongly now to the most economical. Pi ease remember the reducti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 16 June 1894

FOB l'HE BEST l'AGK OF sroitTi; NBWa Tt UN THIS LEAP. m- .aarr-t fl rilK NKWI OF INDUSTRIES, ON PACK 0. EIGHT PAGES--56 COLUMNS. SCIIANTON. PA.. SATUHD.AY MORNING. JUNE 10, 1894. TWO CENTS A COPT. "HE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE AMONG WANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER BRICE DENIES WRONGDOING IN SUGAR SCANDAL The Senate Probing Committee Applies Series of Search ing Inquiries. SAYS HE SAW HAVEMEYER But of Course me Conversation Was rcvoid of Criminal latent THEY TALKED ABOUT THE TARIFF Senator Smith, of New Jersey, Also Chanced to Form One of the Party, Which Included Senator Brico's In limat? Friend, Ferrtll, Yet the Con versation Was So General in Its Character as to Give no Rise to Improper Influences The First Gun in the Senate's Defence of its Own Honor. WaSUIKOTON, June 15. , i 1 f I E scnntnii.ii tut ir trail Invtttl tation ttarttd In today on what ij is considered the most direct and U therefor the most Important bnmoh of the inquiry. It is the branoli that ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 16 June 1894

TIIE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 16, 1S94. SE BALL Scranton Defeated in a Twelve Innin; Game at Pottsvlile. READING TAKES TWO FROM EASTON Summaries of the Various Diamond Contests Yesterday in State League, National and Eastern League Games Standing of the Clubs. Notes of Interest to All Sportsmen of Whatever Proclivity. kOSTFONED (fames were the onlur of the liny yeaterday in the Statu leiiOf. Beading jiluyed otf two mm s witu E iston, w inning both, thua taking fourth place. Serun tuu ilroiipeil iv game at Pottsville in one of tho prettiest con tests witnessed this Beaaon, thereby go ing into tifth jilc, forty-fire point be bind R'Hiling utul tlilrtv-six points nheiid of Altoona. The respective poai lions of ihu other cluts remain uu changed, : The following tablo gires the per CentSgei of the clubs, together with the otamti won and lost by each, and their standing in the championship race : Won. Lout. IVr Ct. lliirriaburg 25 8 .1113 .am . 10 .5110 .45 .41!) AUentown...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 16 June 1894

juj til liAivn naiiujNU-8ATUKDAY mohjnijnw. ,juisti id, 184. 3 MATCHLESS SHAW PIANOS.. STELLE & SEELEY, 134 WYOMING AVE. vf.nr.n, SB AW, EM KBB01T, SliWBNCtAND FINEST LINE IN THE CITY LKW AMD n & nun sfcomi hand a c c; f tag vk A Foe to Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD -na: Two- ww mm And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTritKn AND FOB SALE TO TBE TRADE BY The Weston HI Co, L-EWARI OF COOPERFEIIS ! THE 6EHUIWE PCPULAB Punch Cigars G.. B. St Co., Imro-intns; en fanh Clpar. Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr'a. IIIUKT HOUstS sUUAKK. OR. H. B. WARE SPECIALIST. EYE. EAK, N'OSE A'L) TUIIOAT. :35 WYOMING AVE POLICt CCOHT JOITINU.). Charles Jiiiinick, of 807 Fifth street, win arrested on warrant isued by tho mayor Which charged Minnies with conimittini; nn assanlt and battery on bin father. Ic appertts thut"he young man does not work sou if engaged in fitting himself; for tho (lii'if ill H Coxey recruir, to which voca tion bis father has well Grounded ohjec tions. nn arraigned yesterday morn ir.f youna...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 16 June 1894

THE SCI? ANTON TRIJ5TTNE S AT UR D AY MORNING-. JUNE 1G, 1894. (e &crattfon CriBune pudlishcd daily in sc hanton, pa., bt the Yrioun. Publishing Company. C. P. KINOSBURV. GENE.Al MANAOCR. Nrw York Office I Tri.unc Buildino. Frank . Qrav, Manaqcr NTKRCD AT THt .O.TOrPICE AT .CANTON. .A.. ECOND-CLAC. MAIL MATTER. BCBANTON. JUNE 10. ISM. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. J-'oi- Governor: DANIEL H. BASTINGS, Of OBKTSO. For I(m(ciinii( Onvtrnoi'.' WALTER LYON, (II ALl.l.i.llKW. J or Auditor ffenoral; AMOS H. MYLIN, OF IJM A-Tl.lt. T4Y Secretory ' wmiI Affortrtt JAMI.S V. I. ATT A, Of miLAOBLPBIAa fOf OwtpffMRl cii-nl-1. ci rg$! ' QALUSHA A OBOW, OF BDgQtTSnANNA. OEOBOE r. HUFF, OK Wr-.sraimi:i.ANl). Election Tlinf, Nov. i DnCOOISI .). II. PBEIiPB ttkei excep tions to tiw Idea that ii w.ia instru mental In proonring the Absence fmm iScrantoii, 1 1 -i Saaday, of Frank Beav ers, t ho clerk who WU arrested ani uc qnitted uuou a nhrsia o? violating the Bnnday law of 1704, Mr. Beiver. it will ho re...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 16 June 1894

THE SCTiANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 16. 1894. FOR ONE WEEK Wf will soil niTr entirn stock of New and Stylish TRIMMED HATS at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Come and see them at Hi 303 SPRUCE STREET. Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 220 Wyoming Avenue Grenadines and Haskell Black Silks Cheap. 4I5 LACKA. AYE. DON'T flavo your COLLABS starchpd in' thu old wriy, wliuu you cm havo tlicm rtono with soft, pUabld l!uttoubuka for TWO CENTS EACH. Lackawanna T ME LAUNDRY 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 McAnulty 127 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. Concert of the Lawrence baml at Young Men's Cnrinlian Association hall tonight. The Excelsior Athletic club will meet to morrow morning at 10 o'clock in its hall over the Boston Store. Workmen are engaged laying the con crete foundations for the piers that will npport the new Hotel Jormyn. A piano recital will bo given at Powell's next Monday nig...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 16 June 1894

I ITU! FClfAKTOW TPIIT7XF- FATTKTt AY MOENrSTG. JTXE 16, 1S94. NERAL I m hi The sliipmonU of aiitliracito cnnl for the week ended Juno 9, according to data comiii'.Btl by the bureau of nnltira cite coal stiitistice, increase' 151,000 tons, the ntitrouiite bciiiir 1. 119.038, Tho largest portion of the Inorease wan in ado liy tho yommn r'-irti, tlie snip incuts amounting to 607,870 tons, against S08 lo:is for Ilie correspond ins.' period lastyesr, an Inoreanof 120. 270 ions. The I arrests from the Schuyl kill region was 2:!,080 tons, and from the Lehigh region otilv 4,717 tone. It is evident from theie figures that there lias been h freer movement of an Ihraclte lately, which no doubt is due to a (l. tti. iul lrmn parlies who hav heretofore need bituminous coal ezolo piVrly. Opinions on this point differ, bnt the general stagnation in tho hard coal trade, vrliicli wns pronounced laet week, certainly indicates that a new or.tlt-t lor anthracite has been opened. Slocks in producers' ha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 16 June 1894

TIIE SCRANTON 1TRIBU!N'E S AT TODAY MORNING, JUNE 1G, 1894." Social While the term "Itnaca Day" does not rt'ii ! ly ppiar in Scruntou'a sooial caloudar, the words lnijrbt very nppro priHtely be applied to almoat any diy next week. Without explanation this statement might bo considered an enigma, hut when it is remembered that Cornell's commencement exerciins are held next week, and will be at tended by many well known people, in eluding the younger set, and that n spe cial car will convey u party of business men and their wives to inspect the eloctric interests of the city between two hills when nil tlies things are considered, the term "Itliaca Day" doe not seem inappropriate from now until next Friday. There was no apparent tendency of the social olement to get in full swing during the week, To bo sure there was nn occasional luncheon, very small aud with no formality, u few laurel excur sions and the like, but the return of the collega men will be necessary to balance thing and g...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 16 June 1894

THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 16, 1894. GORMAN'S KRAND DEPOT Do DOt M We Show come yoa wbsre only the apparent Newest, your time Facts trying siara to find you oat what in the Best, the Cheapest Goods to be found tiis face, lias done, Beautiful Airy boons IB Biii 10 As the warm days advance, in terest Increases in the airy, cloud like White Goods now on tlic counters in greater profusion of i exquisite conceits than ever bo fore. Conventional designs have been slighted lor the expression of newer ideas. The modcrata prices add lo the attractiveness of t he offering: Doitpil unil Figured Ririsiei, dots in nil sises, from aj : 65c. per yard, India Linen, from 10 to 60c. Frpr.eli Nainsook, 40 inches wid1, frnni 25 to 75c. per y;iM. Porsiun Lawns, from ao to 65c. p?r yard Con il Piques, from 16 to Sjc India Dimities 23, 35, 28 nod 35c. Figured Ditnltlss at a;c Fancy Piques, nnitabla for women's Teats, from 23 '.0 65c. Pluin and btrlne 1 Liwns, in black, a' 12, 15, 20 nod...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 18 June 1894

FOIt THE BKST PAGH OP SPOUTING NEWS TURN THIS LEAF. -HE NEWS OP INDUSTRIES, ON PAGE tt EIGHT PAGES--56 COLUMNS. SCRANTON. PA.. MONDAY MORNING. JUNE 18, 1894. TWO CENTS A COPY. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SCRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER SLOW PROGRESS OFJHE TARIFF Bill Hay Be Out of Committee of the Whole Next Saturday. FREE LIST IS ALMOST IN SIGHT Democrats Hope to Sec This Portion of tho Tariff Agreed To as Fast as Road, but Western Republicans Will Fight for Small Duty on Free Wool Remaining Bone of Conten tion Among Democrats Is the In come Tax and Will Cause Lively Debate. NEW York. Jnno 17. THE Democratic luiimigtrfl look forward for tho cominif wesk in tho senate with confidence. The Republicans are, outwardly, in different. Air. Harris, the parllmentar ian in charge of thoukirmidh line in tho great contest, decl'irtl last night tlut when nest Saturday came the turiff bill would bo out of the committee of tho whoiu, nud Mr, Aldrich, t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 18 June 1894

1 t THE SC"R ANTON TRIIiUNU MONDAY MORNING. JUNE 18, 1894. BASE ALL Reading aud Scranton Indulge in an Old Time Slugging Match. FORMER WON BY STEADIER WORK Harrisburg, with a Local Pitcher in the Box, Easily Defeats Easton. Hazleton Struck a Snag at Potts ville Game at Altoona Postponed on Account of Wet Grounds. Standing of the Clubs In the Pen nant Race Base Ball and Various Other Sporting News Notes. , A.SE ball enthnsiaets who tiail hopud to ee Allentown closa up the Rap botwseu itaolf and Harris burx the pait week were doomed to dig- appointmeut. As the standing of the clubs in tho State league now foot np HarrisburK seotns to have a hold upon the first series which it is almost im posslb!" to overoom. Id the insau whiltf King Klly will hare to keep his eyes on th ball, ele ho will b coin psllfd to go into third placu, Manager llanlon's sturdy young playtrs from Ilazluton ueing intent on robbing him of seooud honors. At the com tnencemsnt of the week it locked as if Scrintou mi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 18 June 1894

TIIE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING. JUNE 18, 1804. 3 MATCHLESS SHAW PIAHOS. STELLE 4 SEELEY, 134 WYOMING AVE. PIANOS vznr.it, SHAW, EHBBSOX, NEW i:nuland FINEST LINE IN THE CITY POR TUB rHIC13. VtZVt AND fECOND HAND ALL I'niCES GOOD BREAD USE THE- And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOR SALE TO THE TRADE HV The Wsston 111 Co, BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS 1 THE GENUINE POPUUB Punch Cigars HaVE THEJNITIAIS Gi., B. & Co, IntnrintM nn parti C'dHi". Sarney, Brown & Co. Mfr'3. cuuii i uouan ..i .:iK. DR. K B. WARE spkciamst. EYE. EAE, KOSE AND THROAT. 35 WYOMING AVE SOUTH SIDE. Oonstabls Chase Tanriored a Surprise Party at His Home Saturday Night. A surprise party was sprung Satur day night on Constable J. J. Chase, of the Nineteenth war), in honor of his fortieth birthday. About twenty cor.ples wor t orcsent. Sir. and Mrs. Slobr, Philip Feltzor and wife, Joseph Mier and wife, M. Alls. Lou Flennefort and wife, Ferdin and Zwick and wife, Peter Holder and wife, Fred Fetzorand...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 18 June 1894

THE SCRANTON TUlJllNE-MOJSDAY MUilNIJNW. d UJNJfi 1, 1894. Published daily in Ocfunton, Pa,, y The Till BUMS PUBLISHING COMPANY. E, P. KING3DURY, OCN KHAL r.ANAi.tH. Mew York Orriec t THIIUNI Buiidino. rntn 9. Ouay, Manaokr. KNTCHCD AT THE POSTOPriCC AT SCRANTON, PA., ECOND-CLASt MAIL MATTER. t-CK ANTON. JUNE 18. ISM. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Oorcmor: DANIEL H. HASTINGS, oroimMMh for i.fut- (hvemor; WAl.'IKH LYON, Of AbUtOBlKTa ir Auditor G' in ml: AMos a UYLIN, Of I.A.NlASTliH. far Secretary of It ir mil Affairs: JAMES W, LATTA) PBiiApitraUi lor CongteumeA-at'Larffe: QALU8HA a". UKW, Of M SyUKIIASNA. GEORGE F. HUFF, OF VfHTMOBILAlCD. Election Time, Nov, a John II. PUKLPd, iu a published In terview, brands u false that portion of TBI Ti;ntiTNi's article on Salurdsy wbich said tuat those who have bMB resisting the Sunday law of 17'JI nro poHod holding a meeting at which Jlayor Council's letter would be con Hidured. Mr. Pbvlpg is possibly under the delusion that he comprises the e...

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