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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 27 June 1894

All the News to THE TRIBUNE daily, without fear or favor. Premonitions Of UveHnGM are in the air. Read development- in THE TlilliUNE. EIGHT PAGES 56 COJUIYtfiS 8CEANTON. PA.. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 27, 1S4. TWO CENTS A COPY. m"1 THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION N THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER AMONG SGRANTON BUSINESS IE ANCE ii II CHAOTIC STATE Great Confusion Reigns in the Chamber ol Deputies. SANTO SAYS HE IS AN ANARCHIST In an Attempt to Decide Upon a Can didate for President, Deputies and Senators Come to Blows- Casimir Pcriers Chances Appear to lio Ex cellentRioters Still Pursue Italian Residents of Lyons Throe Sus pects Arrested. Park, June 2 n MEETING of Republican metn A here of the annate and chamber lr rtnpniles WM bold thin nftrr- t-Tu noon to decide upon n can fl Mute lor president to lie voted, forntVei nuillea tomorrow. The proceedings were cbarnctemod throughout by an iiideac-ibuble noise and continuous hraw Deputies ami senators sbouiertut the tops of th...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 27 June 1894

2 THE SClf ANTON TETBUNU-WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE L"T, 1894; BASE ALL Rain Prevented Many of the Scheduled Base Ball Games Yesterday, FABLES TURNED ON ALLENTOWN Altoona, Also, Captures a Game from Hanlon's Ponies Harrisburg Scranton and Pottsville-Easton Games Postponad by Rain Stand ing of the Clubs-Notes of the Bi cycle Meet Base Ball and Other Sporting News. A IX yesterday inter ftTed with the Statu If ague (jame Bi'hoil uled to bo played between Harriebnrf,' ii n (1 St'rantou at HarriBbnru; and lottsville and Eat ton at Pottsville. Heading, however, turned the Ublo on narrowed the pap in column, separating AlU-utoivn and t ho rreeentHir.) f lira.w'ulw t rlioir Miideavor to Ubt H plnoa at the close of the firHt State leairne eeaion on July 7. At Altoona the llazletori club suffered defeat. The following table (fives the per centages of the clubs. totffther with the number of (ami's wou and lost by each, and thtir standing in the championship raco: Won. Lost. Per C't. liavrisburg H...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 27 June 1894

TITTC BCBANTON TITTT5TJNE WED'N'ESD A.Y JrOUmR. JUNE r?7, 1S94. MATCHLESS 1 J HAW PIANOS. STELLE & SEELEY, i34 WYOMING A2. SHAW, FMKKSON, NEW KNOLAVD FINEST LINE IN TP CITY TOR TITR PRICE, HKW AMD rTONl HAND A 1.1, TRICFB FLOUR And always have Good Bread. HANUFACTI'RED AND FOR HALF, TO THE TRAliF BY The Weston ill Co, EEWARB OF COUNTERFEITS 1 THE BENUINE POPWJiS Punch Cigars HAVE THE WTU1.S G.. B. & Co, fmnrintnii nn Er.!i C'flsr. Carney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. COMtT ISO" M. tQVAKR, DR. H. B. WARE rpfoiamst. EYE, EAR. NOSE AND THROAT firnrr? norma . fTOii.aoA.it 135 WYOMING AVE PERSONAL. A. P. Fellon loft yesterday fur r,nff.ilo on a biioineis trip. Mrs. -I. .1. Walnh has gone to Blnomii. burg to witiiuss the graduation of her lis. ler, Miss .Icsifl Mahon. from that institu tion. Profussov Parson Price, the uoll known New York voice, teacher, arrived in the city yesterday, aud within one hour watt at. work giving lesnona in vniro culture i'i bis aninmer studio over Powell's ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 27 June 1894

V THE SCI? ANTON TKIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MOKNENtt. JUNE 27, ivl. PuaLIEHCD DAILY IN SCRANTON, PA., THS TniOUN PUBLISHINU COMPANY. E. P. KINGSQURY, GCNCHAL MANAOf NCW YOFIK OFFICC I TniOUNC DuiLDINtt. rAAN Cnav. Mana&kn tNTKRKO AT THt POUTOFriCt AT 8CBANTON. M.. SKCOND-CLASA MAIL MATTCH. BCBANTGN. JUNE 27. im. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For (jQivrnor: DANIEL K HASTIN'US, of CEHTBR. for LifuUnnut Qovtnori WALTER LYON, orXLUtamtNY, J vr Auditor Qeneral: AMOS a UTLTNi 01' l.ANl'ASTIill. Tor SeercUrti if ftetneU Affair: JAMES W. I.ATi'A, Of PniLADBLfHUi Fof OMlpfCMM i'ii -a I-1. n rgei QALU8BA A. OBOW, OK SVSQVBII VN.NA. OEOROE F. HUFF, Of MTKSTMOIWbAND, I'lrction Time. Nor, ( Lackawanna county is none too pi-or to e.tpund 500 f or the capture of ii brntnl mnrdtrer, If the commission- r of this county cuti not bo wmle to feel warranted in offering a rowurd for Medala'i apprehension, it will b in mder to piisa tha hut for voluntary iub eriptloDa, Singerly Versus Hastings. Tho Domination toduy...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 27 June 1894

THE SCTiANTON T&iBUNE-WEDNESDAY MOUNLNdr. JUNE 21, 1H94. 5 u My Fig Cake is splendid; in fact," says a young housekeeper, "it is almost too good. It seems as though I were making cake all the time for donations or church fairs or some committee. I tell them if they will foil rw the recipe in your cook hook and use. Cleveland's Baking Powder they can make cake just as nice as mine. I am sure I never made such cake before. Thanks both to Cleveland's baking powder and the cook book." The recipe book is sent free on receipt of stamp and address. Cuvelaxd Baking Powde Co., Si & 83 Fulton St., V, FOR 01 WEEK W"c will sell our cnliro stock of New and Stylish TRIMMED HATS at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Come and see them at NEWMAN'S 303 SPRUCE STREET. Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue Grenadines and Haskell Black Silks Cheap. lean 4 Hagen 415 LACKA. AYE. DON'T Have your COLLARS itarobed in the old war, when yuu cum have tlmm dno with soft. piiabio Buttonholes for two c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 27 June 1894

TTI1? FCr.AXrov TIxIBTTKIT WKDKEST)AT MOBJTfftG. JUNE 27, IS!). r, -.ra.--r. -C aw in oft or TmC flnil i!f AfiHHU.C'tTC CHAPTER XIX. TBI UOH AND TBI t'lTt. Msxcy's first ltapnlw ma to mil an sistnuott, but the discovery that Mr. Dye hart not wholly lost oonBolonntem rletsr ml hiui. Bv the aid of wiiio, whioh he wus ablo to procure without evoiting nuy suspicion as to the u-in lie would mnVo of it. heTOCooodedinredtuioitafing tho ctrielfeu nan. After swallowing tho coDMita of several glawei Mr. Dyo was able to sit, or rather to reoliuo, upon the Rottt Qud to speak. His first dread was of the portrait. His tirst nttoranoo wan; "Turn the aoonrsecl thing away from mo!" Maxey rnovod the easel, but even then the fatat eyes wotlld orcasi Bally wan der in that direction with n look of .m r:tsT innpicion, as if lie mote than half MtMnuted that It wis able to turn hack upon him of Its own volition. The somber Dye was utterly crushed. The theatrical air and oratorical flonr i hen. which even i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 27 June 1894

THE S CI? ANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 27, 1894. L Suys the nnzleton SnlinI: "Work 00 tbe famous Et)?rvl tunnel is fust approaching an Interesting point. The tunnel proper bai now b.'uu drivon to it point near tho EberT ale breaker, atid it down 100 feat lower than tli Eborvalo Hum h. or, a distune o( 030 foot. . The tunliel will lie driven as fir as tli" eitnnl ruuiiinu between Koi. 2 nnd U Ebervale, ami will ha oompleted about the first week of AflgtUt A lMnoh bore hole is. now being put down at the point where tho tonne will end) ami which is eipeoted will piny an Impor tant part in tiio gigantic enterprise, Parties who have eagerly watchi.il the progress of the work were at Iokb to uu'lerutond how the tunnol and drowned ont initios WOQld be cou neeted without loss of life, but the pro jectors have arrived at it happy solution of the vex.nl question by putting down the boro hole. When tiio tunnel and hole ire completed a luriro And powerful dyuutnite cartridge will be pu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 27 June 1894

THE SCRAimW TRIBtnTB WBDNBSDAT MORKmG, .TUNE 27, 1894. JUNE SHOPPING THAT Munmer is in onr midst and H I. lmpwntive demands oonfront us, does not in th lt)Rtt. pmnnr ns. It )R our business to b pvt)pari for mcri mergenciflR and to prnvidn tho com forts for our patrons wiio make 01 whnt w r Public PsnffHcrori. Dress Goods Tberu aro tow Miquo-.tions wliirh tho bopp'T will iipprrintn ,md nil nmte rtnl) v in ssisottuuj Knmmftr pownH. Buy the Stylish Goods Get tboso pntUrOR whiob nrn moit suitPil to your liunro imd station. Aud by r11 ui.'xis buy whnt. will mnko yon oorafor.tabte during the hot puinmer days, Come with whatever nizw pnr!t yon ran commend and your moat refined taated will om a tuned. Covert Cloth Serge, Cheviot Serge, Colored Suitings French Novelty Dreee Oooda in two tone effeote obeckt and stripes, All wool Twills in '1' ins, OrnyR, Browns, Hlii, Heliotropes and Changeable Ffrct. Challies and Organdies We are xhowinc; tho linnet assortment of Imported Challlea and Organd...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 June 1894

All the News In THE TRIBUNE daily, without fear or favor. Premonitions Of liveliness are in the air. Uead developments in THE TRIBUNE. 4 l Columns. EIGHT P SCRATON. PA.. THURSDAY MORNING. JUNE 28, 1894. TWO CENTS A COPT. 1 THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SGRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER SACRIFICE OF L Qe Will Lead the Democratic Hosts as Can didate for Governor. RESULTS OF STATE CONVENTION Meeting of Democrats at Harrlsburg Yesterday Nominations Are All Made by Acclamation Heated Dis cussion Over Knotty Planks in the Platform Adopted No Scramble for Offices. THE DKXOCBATIG SACRAPICE& For Uovornur-W'ii.uAii II. Si.nuliilv, of Philadelphia. For I.ioutonat-Uoveriior-John S. Kiluno, of Erie. For Auditor General David F. Maoix, of Lancaster. For Secretary of Internal Affair! Adjutant- licOcral WALTKU W. Ull.LXLANU, of Clarion. For C'oUKretsuien at-Largc Ex Senator llAN niiial K. ButAKB, of Indiana; ex Jude Josli'H C. BUCBIB, of Union. IlAitKiisu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 June 1894

THE SCEAKTOtt T7UBUXE -THURSDAY" MORNING. JUNE 28, 1894. BASL BALL Ecraatoa celebrates Its Return Coma by a Victory Over Mloont The Mountain City Lads Could Barely Toucti "Our Own Tommy" Allen town Takes a Game from Po'.tsville, Hnzletown Lowered a Notch by Harrisburs, and Easton's Hold on Last Place Clinched by Reading. Standing of the Clubs National and Eastern Lcaguo Summaries. Notes. tlm result of Yes terday' State losgue base ball Ksraos, tlii positions of several of tho clubs iu the championship race Iihh u-en changed Allentown again taking second place, pnabing Haileton into third pkico, and Soranton moving null ybvfuiu uu.-i- ' tion into fifth place, Lut by ;i very narrow margin. From present appaaraneM tne order of tlm today should ha tho same order in which they will flnlsb. the first sea son, wfcioii cecum on July 7. 1 following table gives the per ca itagea of tii clubs,to;;tber with tho Di nb .- ol gam u won nud lost by eacii, an 1 their sticuiug in tho champioushlp Won...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 June 1894

r THE 8CEANTON TBIB U !N E TH URSD A Y MOUJNiJNtt. JUJSE iJS, 18i4. 3 MATCHLESS SHAW PIAKOS.. STELLE & SEELEY, 134 WYOMING A. Ml AAV, I MI.KSON, MiW ENGLAND FINEST LINE IN THE CITY FOR T1II3 PKICLJ. KEW AND SECOND HANI) ALL miCES ORGANS GOOD BREAD USE THE- And always have Good Bread. JIANCFACTTRED AN'D FOB BALE TO THE TRADE UV The Weston Mi!! Co, EEWARE OP COUNTERFEITS J THE BENUINE POPDUB Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIalS G., B. Se Co.. Imprinted n Each Clqar. Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr'a. LDUIt I 11. M - I. hCJUAKK. DR. H. B. WARE BPEciALisT. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THBOAT. office floossilfit '35 WYOMING AVE PERSONAL. Charles Lee, of Ulenburn, epant yester day in this city. Mr ud lire. Perry L. Cole, of Honea dale, are in the city. Miss Mnry B. Eurke, of 318 Penn ave nue, is visiting frieuds iu Philadelphia. S. Spencer ChHpman, of Philadelphia, and Je-se B. Thomas, of New York, are at the Wyoming. John H. Brooks, of Pinceton, is enjoy ing a part of bis vacation with some of liig coll...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 June 1894

THE SCT?A2nTOV TBIMUNE-TIITJ KSOAY IIOUNUH. dlJJS'Jfi 28, 18JJ4. ficwmfan ri8une Published ciilv in Schnton, Pa., ir TM Thiduni Publishing Company. C. P. KINGSBURY. New Youk Orrict i TmauNi Buhoino. c. i Manager Fn a. KNTCRCD T THE PO.TOFrtCE AT CANTON, VCCOND-CLASm MAIL MATTER. M liASKiX, JUNE K 1804. KlPUBLICAN STATI TICKET. For (ur nine DAXiFLH. HASTINGS, 01 I'KNTLlt. for LitMitnant Governor! WAU BR LYON, OfALLGOBINY. or Auditor (Jenerali AMOS h. mylin, or bAKCACTBH. For &cretarf vItttliul .t'rnlrj. JAMES W. LATTAi OF r!lII..M;l;l,WIIA. ior CoHQfet I "" "-.f'.r;.' (Ml L'SHA AQROW, or BOBQUBBAITRAa GORGE P. HUFF, or wustmorhuako. Ftrctlo'i Tl . Ni i. tl On TBI opposite pax iinr the n ill! Loll for i metiuir of the Repuli- . 5v a d IttM in ti'o Ctntrul Bf pa blioilfcl ub room? t 2 o'clock on tbe afternoon of Saturday, July 11. Tliis inr-ci ii i will lia important inax nuch m It will tw oalltd npoQ to ie ignate tba date of the forthcoming connty j rlraariei and aoleot a duta and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 June 1894

THE SCIiANTON TK11UJJNE THURSDAY MORNINO, JUNE 2S. IHVH. "No'fecr of . failure in makingi brer.dand pkc if you use Ught, 7ho!:son'.e food, f " Pure '' and FOR ONE WEEK We will sell our entire stock of Sew and Stylish HUMMED HATS at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Come and see them at 303 SPRUCE STREET. Jorrman& ioore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue Grenadines and Haskell Cheap. fears & Hap 415 LAGKA, AYE, si Jk Pave your COLI.AItS starched in the o!d v ay, whon you can have tliom dono with soft, Dliablo Buttouholoa tor TWO CENTS EACH. Lackawanna V ME LAUNDRY ' If you want Carpets. Draperies, Wall Paper or Window Shades, come to us. We have a full line of nHHnMaNHMniBMHmonDM goods, and our prices are very low. 127 Wyoming Ave. LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE (Under this hoading short lottors of intorost will bo published wnon iiuuoiupauiud, fur imp lication, by tho writur's nam, Til i: TillUL'N'IS will not bo held rcsoousiblu fur uiliuiuua horo expressed. Stru&gl Will Pn Continued. The...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 June 1894

THE FCTjJNTON TB JBTJNE T HTJ Ii SD AT BfORNING. JUKE 28, 1894. -0?YIC;H7JC P94 ffr Hznn CHAPTER XX. MAN AND WSIBHIL Matey and Dr. Lamar exchanged looks of alarm. "What la this'.'" the uttist whispered. Lamu answered: "Death!" "So suddenly? Is it possible?" "I do not mean that ho is dead, but that h" has not long to live. I would Hi A gi raa pinch of muff lor hischanceC" "What are we to do?" "Bettor toko him to the hospital at once. Ic will not harm him to more him. He cannot remain here. He will not be long in that swoon, and thou he may bo violent Let me call the janitor I unci have a earn. e brought. Lamar stepped t the entrance which eommnnioated directly with the outer corridor. In a twinkling he had turned the key and opened the door. a man who had been standing suspi ciously near the threshold drew back in consternation. This man was respectably dressed. His cent was buttoned up about his nook and his hat drawn down over his eyes. Ho looked liko a well to do coach man. The in...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 June 1894

THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 28, 1894. L OF INDUSTRIES The report of the receivers of the Philadelphia nnil Hending Railroad Cotnpauy for tho month of Ala'. 1'Jl, shows: Gross r ciptt, J,6i?fi,38l); groni expenses, $931,288; lnrtB( I profit in operating of OTti.930 ; net re ceipts ffcm other lonroeti, 4S 040; profit for thu month, $718 !)'J3 Ffoa this is to be deducted $93,962 qolpmtnt psymeuts; 150,000 fot terminal track ing aud $705,000 for one twelfth Of tho cnrront yosr's fixed charjrey, showing a net delkit for the month of $128,971. The to totnl deficit for the fi.-Cf.l year to date is 1 1,348,009, an increase of $190 571 its compared with the lorreaponding pe riod for the fiscal year of 1898 The statement for the Coal uud Iron com pany for the month of JIkv, 1891. ibovra gross reeeints, $2. i:!C.887j grow ex penses, $2,371,003. Including $128,808 onftweltth or tho current yearn changes, Kaviuga deficit of $231. 163 For the corretpondina month of 18 1 " thn def...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 June 1894

8 THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE Til U. USD AT MORNING, JUNE 28, 1894. JUNE SHOPPING TiI.VT HiiinuT is in onr midst uad Iti 1 imperative demHiuls confront ui, does not in th ltmst oinbiirins us. It is oar basiaeN to b prepared tor moh ttuiurgi'iicies uud to prnti'le tho com forts for our patrons wlio make us What v arc Pnbllo Biintfaoton. Enss Goods Tbe: e re fow suggestions which the hopper will appreciate nnd aid mate rially in selecting summer gowns. Buy tho Stylish Goods let those patterns which nre most suited to your ttgatt nud itatiOD. AuU by all means bay what will make yon comfortable during the hot slimmer days. Come with whatever tlze purse you cnu command and your molt refined tasted will be satisfied. Covert Cloth Serge, Cheviot Serge, Colored Suitings Freu h Novelty Dress Goods in two lone effects checks and stripes. All wool Twills iu Tans, Grays, Browus. Mnes, HeliotrOpes and Changeable Effects. Challies and Organdies We are showing the finest assortment of Imported Challies a...

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

ALL THE NEWS ALL THE TIME IN THE TRIBUNE. tfbime IF THE NEWS HURTS YOU, THAT'S NOT OUR FAULT. EIGHT PAffr Xai!.iqnW8 SCRANTOK. PA., FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 29, 1804. TWO CENTS A COPY. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SCRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER YALE ATHLETES THE RACE Over Seventeen Lengths Ahead with Every Han Fresh at the Finish. THE CRIMSON COXSWAIN AT FAULT Under Favorable Conditions the Crews Start at 6 42 The Harvard Boat Collides with the Three-Mile Post, Giving Yale in Advantage That Cannot Be Overcome Har vard Oarsmen Collapse at the End of the Race. NlW London, Conn., June fALE won tb varsity nice tonight, defeating Harvard by over savn teen length. The start was made at 0 48, The oondltloal were very favorable, altlaiuli a ftesb brmzj came up with the boms betwen the mil and two and a half mile fi r. The official tiron is as follows: Four milen, Yule. 88.47; Harvard, 24.40. It 18 estimate! that 80.000 people saw tbe r.ice. The observ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 29 June 1894

N THE SORAXTON TRIBUKI3 FRIDAT MOIlNINGr. JUNE 'JO, 1894. A Scranlon Tak(s Two Sum Urn UtMBl fflUMBt Even a ftf, NOT VERY INTERESTING GAMES Harrieburt; Defeated by H.iileton, Pottsviilo by Allentown and E.iston by tha Reading Club Standing of lha Clubs National and Eastern League Results Pertinent Basi Ball, Cycling and General Sporting Notes. QXrvA8E ball panes 1 , played yesterday by j J the State league .ir-'.i cln'tM did not ma- tsrisHy cbni( tii " standing of any of ''' 5 the clubs iu tho eagtiv, t.tcepr, possibly, to strengthen tbe oneness of Scrantoo to maintain her bold to fifth pine?. The follo'ivim: table gives the per centage! of tbe olnbt.togatber with tbe nntaber of uam is won and lost by eiic!', and their itandlog in tho ciiainpiontmiji races Won. LoHt. Barrlabarg 89 io Allentown BB in Hnaleton 99 IS IVr C't. .TIM .808 ,880 ,8 13 ,488 .147 .4:l .171) Reading 98 99 Boranton 91 -3 PottovlUe 17 91 Altoona 17 99 BaitoD 7 i3 SCHEDULE VFOB TODAY. HarrMbarg at Bcranton. Aliou...

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

THE SCEAKTOJN TRIBUNE-FRIDAY MORNING. JUNE 29, 18W4. MATCHLESS SHAW PIAHOS.. STELLE & SEELEY, 134 WYOMING AVE. SHAW, embbson, EV ENGLAND FINEST LINE IN THE CITY POR TUB PRICE. MEW AND H i 'OND II AND ALL FHICES ORGANS ' II Foe to Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD USE THE- And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AXD FOR SALE TO THE TRADE BY The Weston Mill Co EEWARE OP COUNTERFEITS ) THE BEMU'NF. POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS B. & Co., fmprintol in Eioh ClftRf. 8arney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. COVBT HOUBJt syt ii.iv DR. H. B. WARE SI-ECIAMST. EYE. EAR, NOSE A-'.'D THROAT. 135 WYOMING AVE, PERSONAL. WaltJr E. (Jhnse, or life New York World, is visiting frienda in the city. Mrs. S. Simou nnd daughter, Flo, of Loi:k Haven, are vieitiug at. the residence of F. L. Wortnser ou Penn avenuo. Rt. Rov. Bishop O'Hara visiteJ PittUon yesterday und attended the commence ment exercises of St. John's academy. Rov. E. L. Miller, of this city, ha been elected president of the Lutheran League which...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 29 June 1894

THE STANTON TBIBUNB-ttlDAY MOUSING-. .J I J SE 'J. 1Sh. Scranfon ttitmt PonnsHco daily in Scnton. P., y Thc 7. ..UN' PUBLISHING COMFAN V C. P. KINGSBURY, QENCnAL MANAOIR. fORKOpnoKl Tribunc Building. Fhahk Cn.r. Maniqir IKTCRED AT THi- POI.TO.HCr AT BCNTOH, M.. CCUNU'C.LASS MAIL MATTKN. BANTON. JUNE 88, 804, REPUBLICAN STflTS riCHfcT. For flfoemior; DANIEL H. HASTING OP CKNTBU. I.kiitt lui.'t (Inwrnori WAM ER LYON, ai'AbLEaauxv. Jur Auditor 6( iieraJ: AVOB B. MVUN, or I.AKCASTBR. Secrtiut'it oflltrnat Affair! JAMES W. LATTA, OV I'l i . i. A l i ; i.l'i; IA. Jbr ( bnpffMmtfi -t-ai CM.IVHA A. GROW, 0 BUUQTJBHANHA. GEORGE r. HUFF, Of WlTM!M!i:i,AXI). Election Tim -, Nov. B At 'i ll': ... .1 tji ivnusr. vuiiia's De mocracy, Editor Siiiijerly res-mMee, to ii certain extent, "Yu Anoieut Mariner," drifting lu a dead ouitu mi. -rounded by a Liuostly crew of political cadavers, Let Harmony Prevail. It is Fortunate that opon mora care ful coi ilderatloD ttioaa r. ).';:sii't for tlic c;i!.i'.:...

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