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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 June 1894

For the kind comments of Its preparation took hard f work, but The Tribune is used to that. frk'inls on its anniver sary number, The Trib une returns thanks. "tBSX TWO CENTS A COrY. EIGHT PAGES--. COLUMNS. srit ANTON. PA.. THURSDAY MOEHTNTCr. JUNE 21, 1804. THE TRIBUNE HAS It LARGER BONA FIOE CIRCULATION AMONG SGRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER DRAWN WALLOF FLAME Dramatic Escape of Large Force of Workmen in a Burning Mine. FOUR MEN LOSE THEIR LiVES Many of the Others Are Suffocated by the Blistering Heat and Dense Smoko While Being Hauled Out of Danger Thrilling Scenes and In cidents as the Rescued Men Emerge Mine Set on Fire by In cendiaries. BlUMlNfiHAM, Ala., June 20. FIKE wan discovered in tlio conl mini's of tlie Mary L e Coal and Railway company t Lewieburp;, ton miles from Birmingham t o'clock this afternoon. Tlio tiro broke out 400 feet from the opening of tlio miuo. One tanndrod men were at work in the mine at tlio time, fifty of them bein beyond the fire, t...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 June 1894

4J TITE SCKANTON TO IBUKE -THURSDAY MOTTLING. JUNE 21, 1894. ASE BALL j azlelon Dlstlaces Allentown in the Stale! League Championship Race. GTTSVILLE DEFEATS SCRANTON eadini; Loses Two Games to Hazle ton, Allentown One to Harrisburg, and Easton Again Succumbs to Al toona Standing of tbo State League Ciubs National and Eastern League Results Timely Comment on All Manner of Sporting Matters. AitlifSiKja, oj us, sition since the commencement of base ball goneou. defeated Scrautou, tongue again i ! coming within a few points of go- i., ahead of both Scranton aud Al ona. The Easton cub also lost an ther game to Altooua.the latter going to lift li place, forcing Scrantou down na round in tho ladder. The following table gives the per 'iitnges of the ulubs.togsther with the nuber of gamea won and lost by each, nd their standing in the cbampiousiiip uce: Won. Lost. Per C't. Harruburg 29 Baileton 21 Allentown 21 Beading is Altoona 15 Scranton It! Pottsville 13 Easton 7 8 784 15 10 21 18 21 18...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 June 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY MORNING. JUNE 21, 1894. MATCHLESS SHAW PIANOS. STELLE & SEELEY, 134 WYOMING A"S. SHAW, FMKHSON, NEW ENGLAND FINEST LINE IN THE CITY THE PH1CE. FW AND SECOND HAND AIX PRICES And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOR BALE TO THE TRADE BY The Weston ill Co mm OF C03BTERFE1IS 1 THE GENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITKUS G., B. & Co., fcjPrtwfM nn Earth Clqar. Garney, Brown & Co. Mfrs. COLlll HOU-.E bQUAKK. DR. H. B. WAREl SPECIALIST. EYE, EAR, NOSS1 AND THROAT. office eoraiTSsrwifc 135 WYOMING AVE. PERSONAL. Miss Minnie Mnttern, of Danville, is vis iting friends in the city. Mayor Conncll on Tuesday registered at the Merchants,' in Pottsville. D. J.' Thomas, of this city, paid a Busi ness visit to Pottsville last Taosday. Miss Nellie Bello, of West Market street, graduated today from Mansfield Normal school. George Lohman and family, of Wilkes Barre, are occupying their cottage at Lake Winola. Miss Nellie ConnelU of Towanda, is vis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 June 1894

THE SCR ANTON TlilJiUNE THURSDAY MORNING-. JUNE 81, 1894. Publish co dily in Gcbanton, P., it Tmc mauH' Pubusminq Company. E. P. KINGSBURY, OENERAL MANAGE. ifw York Ofric. : Tribune Buiidinq. rnkn . MY, Manage. NTLI1EO AT THE RO.TOfriCt AT .CANTON, PA.. .ECOND-CLAS. MAIL MATTE.. (sOBANTON, JUNE 21, 1804 KUPUBUCAN STATE TICKET. for Governor: DAMFLH. HASTINGS, Ilk' L'EN i'Lli. l'or LUutcnttnt GkiVtrHOfl WALTBB LYON, orALura iikvv. 2 or Auditor OtHtrull AMOS H. UTLTJC, OF LAHGABYBB. lor fitcretarii of Itinml Affofatl JAMES W, UATTA, in PHILAD1LPHXA. i-'ur CVjwjyeMwoHi t-Lo ,('. QALUBHA a. obow, OF ITJ&QTJKHAMXA. OEOBGE F. HUFF, of tTKBTUORXLAMO, Election Time, Nov, 0 Those familiar with the inbor in- oIts i in the preparation of it l.irtje pcinl edition of R newgpiiper ) lk imt printed by Tbc Tbibuhi yesterday uppreoiat the fact that their ivorit.' morning journal whs delivered romptly at tho usual time. To achieve nis result the employes of this paper ;id to do donble work; bnt fo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 June 1894

TH. SCTCANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 21, 18.)4. for offl week We will soil our entire stock of I Kew and Stylish TRIMMED HATS at GREATLY. REDUCED TRICES. Come and see tliem at 303 SPRUCE STREET. Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 320 Wyoming Avenue 1 1 Grenadines and Haskell i Black ' Silks Cheap. 415 LAGKA. AYE. DONT Havo your COLI.AIts Htarclied in tho old vny, whon ynu MD have them done with roft. I lialilo Iluttoiiliuleo tor TWO CKN'L'S BACH. Lackawanna LAUNDRY 1 f you want Carpets. Draperies, Wall Paper or Window .Shades, come to us. We have a full line of ra iee mi en mm floods, and our prices are ,rery low. Williams & McAnulty 127 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. School teachers can get Nos. 0 and 8 (.rawing books from Superintendent .Phil lips Saturday at hia office P. J. O'Boyle, of the Columbia hotel, Voughtat Wilkes- Liarro yesterdiiy a race horse for which he paid the sum of (300. The marriage of Fred C, rmithanil Jliss ISertha Leacook will tako ilnce at the 1 one of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 June 1894

0 TTTE JfCTRAJ-TTCW 1 IMJ5U M E TIII'I SD AT MOKNTKQ. JUKE 21, 1S!)4. &SfJ v.-a .i ut. Jt .jf . ?. "Tiie po(NT tf AjmpLt'tTi -" OS 4 vV . V . . tt T v . cv4a COPVRIUHTCP. IS9 TrmcAN CHAPTEB XIV. TI1R KNOCKING, Tlw nftomoon was drawinglo n olwg. Jfiss Maxoy hud conveniently absented herself. The artist was alone in the rear ohambor with his pupil, Annette was heated before an easel near the window whll'i Maxoywas looking over her shou. dor, apparently at the sketch. She was uot working, Hor hnndi lay listlessly in her lap. and her eyes were fixed on the pray wiry above the river. "Are yon studying the efTeet?" the urtist queried, with a smile. "No, Air. Mazey, waaliiteniug," "Listening? For what?" "For tho wind. Have yon never no ticed how quoerly it knocks at the win dow frames sometimes? This is one of the days. When I am working here alone, I often notice it, and however much 1 hear it it never fails to startle lie." "What, the rattle?" "The pap. There is not so muoh snd denne...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 June 1894

7 THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE THt) USD AY MORNING, JUNE 21, 1894. L OF Chairnian Caldwell, of the Western I'nssMiger association, has Issued a no tice to all tho lines of the Obsouiation that because of the action of the Atch iion and the Alton roads in refusing to join the proposed boycott against tho jiike Erie uud Western tho boycott is iff, and no attt inpt will be made to arry it out, Tho effort could only end disastrously with the two lines on tho mtsiile ready to snatch up all ibe btutnfM which tho other lines threw i. way. The Philadelphia Press of yesterday i aid: "The talk of a change in the management of the Lehltfh Valley lUilrottd company lins been revived. ' 'his time it is said tlmt Robert P. Jjinderman, of South Bethlehem, who ii president of the liothleheiu Iron (ouipauy, will succeed President Wil l'Ur. Mr. Liuderman is a grandson of the late Asa Packer, who was president i f the Lehigh Valley Railroad cotn !at)y u to the time of his death. The louudatiou of the story i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 June 1894

... . ' 8 TIIE SCItANTON TRTBTTXE TIIU Tl S DAT MOftTOTG. JUNE 21,' 1894. GORMAN'S TAILOR-MADE SUITS Fine Blue and Black Serge, Di agonals, Covert Cloths, &0.5 the Btylea aro the newest and the lrst, generously and exquisitely made full in every way which tacts assure serviceable, comfortable costumes. W'e strongly invite comparison with goods sold at even mueli higher prices. LAniBS' Duck Suits Particular attention is called to the following: AT $2.50 Excellent Heavy Dnck Costumes ; Tnxedo Cost; full nkirt ; choice designs in light mid d.irk effeeta ; washable and durable. AT $3.50 Very handsome Drill Dock Coa tmnes; Tuxedo Coat, large sleeves and wide lapels; Hull skirt; in new est plain colors, Tan, Blue and White; most carefully made, and quite equal to made-to-order cos tnines at $10. AT $3.75 Superb Plain Color Drill Tuxedo 'oat, full skirt; choice plain shades and handsome new designs. AT $4.50 Pure Irish Natural Brown Linon Costumes; Tnxodo Coat 38 inches long; wide lape...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 June 1894

POLITICS will enliven soon; you'll need THE TRIBUNE. There's no better education than reading a DAILY PAPER. EIGHT PAGE S--5 6 COLUMNS. SCR ANTON, PA., FRIDAY MORNING. JUNE 22, 1894. TWO CENTS A COPY. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SCRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER TROOPS GO TO PUNXSUTAWNEY Three Companies of the Fifth Regiment Ordered Out by the Governor. NO BIG CLASH YET REPORTED The Trouble All Arises, Apparently, Through the Fear of the Foreign Element in the Belwood Region That Non-Union Men Are to Be Brought in to Take Their Places Sheriff Gourley Roundly Criticised, and the Governor's Action Pronounced Un necessary Miscellaneous News Concerning the Strike. Pdnxsutawney, Pa., June 21. UCH indignation is manifested here tonight owing to a rumor which ban been aflo.it this af ternoon that Governor Patti- 1 jon has ordered state troons to the Walston and Adrian mines. An in dignation meeting was held by thociti Etna of ClaysTille tonight at ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 June 1894

I 2 THE SCRANTOlf THIBUNK-Ji'KlDAr MOUNOTGr, XVUCE 1894. 88, BASE BALL Scranton Wilis (rom Alioona In a G:me Noted Only for Numerous Errors, 1EADING TOO MUCH FOR EJSTOil Tho Otiier Clubs Comprising the Stale League Had No Games Scheduled for Yesterday National and Eastern League Results Terse and Timely Condensations of News of Intsrost to All Lovers of Sports in General. NLY two Stnte ..;; games were plnyd yesterday, the ecuedul'-d jcaui between Keadliij: und Eitston, in which the former wou, and the post poned game be- ! I.I,.... V . Scranton, in whieh the luinr won and thereby sxcuaniring places with the former, ouoe again go inir into flftli place. The following table gives the per centages of the clubs, together with the number of games won uud lost by each, and their standing in the championship race: Won. Lost. Per C't. i ,f-.T- ........... my 29 8 .784 21 15 81 '10 ,M8 11) 81 .ITo 17 81 AH 15 10 .441 18 18 .410 7 25 .210 Keuciiug. Pottsvillo Kfujton SCHEDULE FOll TODAY. Scra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 June 1894

THE SCR ANTON TBIBUNE FRIDAY MOBNING. JUNE 22, 1894. MATCHLESS SHAW PIAHOS.. STELLE & SEELEY, 134 WYOMING AVE. PIANOS vinnit, SHAW, KMKKSON, NEW I.N I. I.AM I FINEST LINE IN THE CITY POK THE PKtCB. JfEW AND IKCOMD HAM) ALL PRICES A Foe to Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD -USE THE- SNOW WHITE And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO T11E TKADE BY The Weston 111 Co. EEBARB OF COUNTERFEITS ) THE BCNII1NE POPUlftB Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G. B. & Co., fmpr'n'M on Ennh ClffW. Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. CUUJt'f not m: ulai;il - DR. H. B. WARE SPECIALIST. EYE, EAR, NOSE AXD THEOATL OFFICE HOmiTKfr&Mk 135 VVYOMING AVE- NORTH r.NO BRIEFS. Q. A. Dickinson and family hsvo re turned from New Jersey, where they spent a very pleasnnt vacation. It is announced that Luther Edwards, of 1744 Wayne avenue, is h chu didate for dflpRuto in the first district of th e Second ward to the Republican county conven tion. A serious accident happened to Thomas Crnbb, of East Morket str...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 June 1894

4 THE SCHAKTON Tl'UHJNE JiUUDAY MORNING. JUNE 132. 1894. FUDLISHCQ DAILT J it SCRANTON, PA , Y THt Tribune Publishing Company. C. P. KINGSBURY, OCNKHAL MANAQIB Krw v;v,k Orricc i Tridunc Builoiho. Frank c . Manaqcn CNTCriED AT THT POSTOmCE AT ACRAMON, PA.. AB tCONO-CLA31 WAIL MATTCN. bCBAXTON. JUNE 2 1S:H. RtPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Oottnurt DANIEL E rtAKTI.S'QS, 01 CF.XTLIt. For Liivtciuiiit Qiivernori WAL1 BB LYON, or AUCOHcxy, Tor Auditor (lateral: AU09 li. 3IYMX, OK I.AM'A.-TKIl. Fflr fircrefari 0 Iltnal .If air: JAMES w. latta, oi PBILA0BLPB1A. t or Conr,re m en -a I- iMrfie: 8ALUSBA A. liltoW, 01 BUKJOTtlARItA. OEOBQK R HUFF, or vi:stmokk:.anu. Elictlon TIiiip, Nov. O Tuf. TR1BVKI tloes not wish to overdo toe taik of islf-coneritnlitloni yet it denim once uiori to c.tU Attention to the superior collection of news rolntinu to sport i which it daily pr.ent3 on its teooad pij,'o. This department is 1 reaily winning in mnuy quartars the i-j i , r 1 1 coioiiliiubut o imitation, a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 June 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. JUNE 22. 1894. s FOR ONE WEEK Wc will soil our eutire Btock of New and Stylish TRIMMED HATS at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Come and see them at NEWMANS 303 SPRUCE STREET. Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avonuo Grenadines and Haskell Black Silks Cheap. 4(5 LACKA. AVE. DOK'T Have your COLLARS marched In the old day, when you can uvo them done with soft, pliable Buttonholes (or TWO CENTS EACH. Lackawanna r HE 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. 127 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. Rev. J. Williams, of Dunmore will apeak in the Rescue million tonight. A good tervtce u expected. Employee of the street department will be paid to-day to the amount of $14,000 for services Murine May.' The Home for the Friondleas would feol grateful to any kind (rl . i who womd send a baby carriage lor the use of the lit ones at the home. The aunimer season of light o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 June 1894

6 i THE FCITATsTON TI77I3UNE- FEIPAY MOKETING. JUNE 22, 1894. tm Bin ""ThE (, . cofvnMOeP. es4 ifcMtnicAN pbc55 association CHAPTER XV. TIME AND TOR, More than on in tho courso of tins Aisfory it has boon mentioned that the windows of tho artist's chiimborH looked ont upon a river. In truth, it was almost impossible, to rn mivwhero in Maxoy's rooms and escape its presonco. He had chosen his suit for the free, open pros pect it afforded, and he had sketched and painted a landscape from this lofty situ ation a dozeu tinu s. It mattered not in what part of the honso one was, there wad always something to remind him of tho river. The sweeping curve made by tho stream just above tho center of the city broadened tho otherwise narrow belt of water into a lakelike expanse and opened a vista of miles to the eye. Over this wido snrfaoo tho wind camo and went unopposed. It was ever rattling at the windows of the artist's rooms. To awake of a winter's night and hear the uneasy fhost tapping wit...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 June 1894

TIIE SCBANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 22, 1894. 7 GENERAL NEWS Of A revival of Csuu May's forraor p'.tmlnrity us it summer resort it si ticlniitpi aa a direct result of t lie in creased anrl lranrovnl railway fueilitiea whloh will bo iQpplifd by tbe nw South Jersey ruiltoail, jut beioi com uletod. and we uiy oxpeot to hear iireat deal of Caue May daring tb summer. The Sonth Jersey railroad exteuds from WiDalow Junctiou, ou the Readiui; railroad a Atlantic Cur "line, to Cape May, with brandies to Hi'a uli City, Uceau City. Avulon Wildwood und othor resorts. It has lean in operation to Sua Isle City nearly a year, and will be opened to Capo May on Saturday June 'So, th remaining point to be reached later in the year. The new line to Capo May in described as "straight as uatriug and level as a table, substantially con atrnoted, with a view to the Mabel speeds, and materially shorter than any oluer road to tbe Can.', the Kiuii in. Tit is all new. Hard coal locuiuo tives of the spee...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 June 1894

THE SCBANTON THIBTTKE FTITDAT MOKNTSTGk JTOE 22, 1894. GORMAN'S BRAND DEPOT TAILOR-MADE SUITS Fine Blue ami Black Sercjo, Di agonals, Covert Cloths, &c; the Btyles are the newest and the best, generously and exquisitely made full iu every way which facts assure serviceable, comfortable costumes. Yc strongly invite comparison with goods sold at even much higher prices. Iv A DIES' Duck Suits Particular attention is called to tho following: AT $2.50 Excellent Heavy Dnck Costumes ; Tuxedo Cunt; full ikirt; choice designs In light ami dark effeets ; washable nn 1 durable. AT $3.50 Very handsome Drill Dnck Cos tumes; Toxedo Coat, large aleevsi and wids lapels; full skirt; in new est plain colors. Tan, Bias and White: most cnrefnllr made, and quite equal to made-to-order cos tumes lit $10. AT $3.75 Snpsrb Plain Color Drill Tuxedo Coat,fnll skirt; choiss plain shades and handsome new designs. AT $4.50 Pure Irish Natural Drown Linen Costumes; Tuxedo Coat 35 inches long; wide lnpels; extr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 23 June 1894

POLITfff There's no better education than reading a DAILY PAPER. will enliven soon; you'll need THE TRIBUNE. j TWO CENTS A COPY. EIGHT PAGES 56 COLUMNS. SCltAJNTON. PA., SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 23, 1894. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SCRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER 0L1CE PROBING IS The Example of the lexow Committee tatcd in Othelr Cities. PHILADELPHIA FINEST UNDER FIRE It Is Alleged by a Certain Jeweler That One His Customers, the Pro prietress of a Disreputable House, Told Him She Had to Buy Dia monds in Order to Hush Up a Po lice Lieutenant The Moral Reform Epidemic Again Strikes Pittsburg. Latest Disclosures in the Gotham System of Practical Politics. Nkw York, Jane 1. 1HILE today's hearing of the Luxow committee was not sensational, it was instruc tive. The first witness," Simon Rawitser, a dealer in raKS, testified to his firm mint; the sidewalk for bailing and shipping rags, and being slimmon d to court for obstrneting the side walk. H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 23 June 1894

2 THE SOBATON TEIBTTNE -SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 2.1, 1894. BASE BALL Allontown and Poltsvllle Break Even In Two Game; Playad. HARRISBURG DEFEATS HAZLEION (leading Has an Easy Time Vanquish ing Easton, and the Game Between Altoona and Scranton Was Stopped in the Middle of the Fifth Inning, Standing of the Respective State League Clubs National and East ern League Results All Manner of Sports Presented in a Concise and Readable Manner. HERE is no material change in tht stand ing of tbe Btata Lxaeue Base Bull clubs over that re ported yesterday, escept tbat Allen town moved up a trills, lacking but four points of tiding HH'zleton for sec- Thiirn In now no doubt out tbat Harrisbnrg will close the first snuson at the bend of tbe list. The following table gives the per centages of tbe clubs, togetnur with tbe number of games won and lost by each, und their standing in the championship race: Won. LOst. Per C't. Harrlebr.rg lltuleton Alluiitowu Heading Berantob Altoona Potkvrllle ElitoU ml h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 23 June 1894

THE SCRAN TON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 23, 1894. 8 MATCHLESS SHAW PIANOS. STELLE Si SEELEY, 134 WYOMING W, PIANOS vznEit, SHAW, KMKKSON, NEW I N(.l AM) FINEST LINE IN THE CITY FOR Tills PRICED mw AND I i um i II A Nik ALL I !.! I s GOOD BREAD -USE THE- And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AlJD FOB BALE TO" THE TRADE BV The Weston Mil Co, mm OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE 6EMUINE POPUlftr. Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G.. B. 8c Co, fmprintnd on Eaort Clpsr. Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. WICIIl HOUMJ sQUAJUL DR. H. E3. WARE SPECIALIST. EYE, EAB, NOSE AND THBOATL runnm nnrmo (TO mo AM. 'Mil Ml, 135 WYOMING AVE- NORTH END BRIEFS. Tho funeral of Q Hrgw Dsicle of 188 Hoi iiter avenue, took place yesterday when sorvicos w re held nt tho Church of the Good Shepherd, (irean Kidije, the Roy. Mr. BsJJeattne officiating. Mrs. Melius, of Washington avenue, while on u vwit to hnr sister, Mrs. Martin, of the Bull's Head hotel, mot with an awk ward accident while proceeding from one room to tho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 23 June 1894

The scbaktcw thihune-saturday morning .tune ua, isjh. Published daily in Scrhnton, Pa., Tk( Tisun Puliliumino company E. P. KINGSnUBY, QCNMAL MANAOIA- New York Office i Tribune Buildino. Frarr 9 CRAY, Manaoer ENTERED AT THE POSTOFFICC AT BCRANTOR. PA., AR R ECO N O CLASS MAIL MATTER. bLEANTOM. .JUNE 2a, i&M. Republican state ticket. For Governor: DANIEL, IT. HASTIN' OW rKNTEK. For Luuteumit (l vrrnor: WALTER LY01T, or ALuraBaKT. for Auditor OtntfQll A MOW H. MYLIN, OV l.ANI'ASTKII. For Secretary Of Iternal Affairs: JAMBS W. LATTA, in' PUILADILPBIA. For Congressmen at-Lanie; OAI.rsilA A. CHOW Or SURlOtJUMANHA. QEORQB F. HUFF, Of WKBTMOHI LAMP, Election Tlnif, Ni.v. fl It may intiTBgt thi public to know tBat during the put few weeks, or, in fuct, sine." the recent reorgnnizutiui) or TheTkibune's business management the paid circulation of this journal has regularly increased on an avurue more than fifty copius each sacu lar day. For the dull summer time, this ia not bad. It convin...

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