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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 3 July 1894

"ctrftiifew 9 Siliiiii It is the business THE TRIBUNE is in that business six days each week. mi of a newspapt'-"" print1! HE NEWS EIGHT PAGES--5G COLUMNS. SCItANTON. PA., TUESDAY MORNING. JULY 3, 1S94. TWO CENTS A COPY. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIOE CIRCULATION SGHANTOH BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTK PAPER DISASTER I FOLLOW S Effects of the Great Stride Are Apparent at Every Hand on Western Lines. BOYCOTTERS DETERMINED Will Leave No Stone Unturned to Blockade Pullman Car Roads. C1I1CAG3 STOCK YARDS CLOSED Seven Thousand Men Thr&wn Out in the One Department One Half Dozen Minneapolis Flouring Mills Obliged to Suspend Operations. Troops Are Ordered Out to Pro toct Railroad Interests at'Trinidad. Strike Threatens to Postpone the National Christian Endeavor Con vention at Cleveland Arranged for Next Week Western Food Supplies ta Be Cut Off-Stern Measures at Pueblo. Chicago, 111., July 2 THE crucial point iu the railroad strike will t reached within twenty-four hours from mid night....

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 3 July 1894

TOE SCHANTON TEIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING. JULY a, 1S94. BASE. BALL The Effectiveness of Hodsoa Enables Us to fia Another dm?. READING TAKES IN HAZLETON The "Only Me.iny," of the Harris burgs, Again Bobs Up Serenely to Retard King Kelly's Upward Pro gress Standing of the Respective State League Clubs Various 3ase Ball and Sporting Notes That Are Not Too LengUiy for Hot Weather Perusal. HE Slate lo a a u e gumes phyeil yes terday did , not Te xtile iu changing the stuti.'.ing of uuy of tli tonpective clnVa with ttio exception of Pottsville an d Sc'rnuton cbimcing jdncw, tbo letter moviutr up iutotif th position. As tlie first season is rapidly (frmvin to u clow, the clubs Bra nil limbing strenuous efforts to maintain the position nt prtsMit held by each, igi-l if iiossible.ti sdvance farther up the Udder toward tue cbAuipiousbip gunl. The followiuit tnWe gives the por ceutiiges of the clu'us. toftether with the laiuiber of ruiii won and lost by each, and their stHtidiug iu ttie clum- pioi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 3 July 1894

THE SCKANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING. JULY 3, 181)4. 8 MATCBLESS SHAW'PIAHDS. STELLE & SEELEY, 134 WYOMING AVS. VABEVL. 8 H AW, EMEI1SOM, MW ENGLAND FINEST LINE IN THE CITY J'OR THE PRICE, JrfEW AND IECOND B1KD ALL PRICE8 GOOD BREAD -USE THE- OW WHIT And always have Good Bread. JIANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO THE TRADE BY The Weston III Co EEWARB OF COUNTERFEITS 1 THE EEMWNE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS B. 8c Co.f tmprintxl fin Earth C'fl. Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. COUKT BUUK feUVAKK. DR. H. B. WARE removed to 406 SPRUCE STREET, back of Dime Bank. PERSONAL. William Rutherford, of Montreal, it at the Wyoming. Peter Kjbs and George Hughes, of New York, are in this city on a short visit. Rollo i. Jermyu returned yosterdny moruing from Oswego to spend a few days with bis parents. lirs, William Stevens, of Valley Forge, Is visiting her brother. Dr. H. D. Gardner, at bis residence 5'"J Quincy avenue. Albert N. Jessup, Joseph M. Boies and Frauk Fuller leave today for Elk L...

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

THE SCKANTON TifUJUNE TUESDAY MOILING. JULY 1894.' 4 cranfon CnBime i t i i , - . - puolishco daily in scbntoh,.p. t thi Yihiun Puiliihinc Company. C. P. KINGSBURY. hrw Yo Ornct i Tmu Buiioih. run INTERCD AT THt POlTOmCB AT ACAANTOM. IC9ND-CIASS MAIL MATTKR. .''.'HAS 'OX. JULY 3 RtPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For G'Wfrnor: DAXUiLII. UASTIXUS, lk' t'K.VIXM. I'or Litutt limit Cmvrnvr: WAI.TKK LVOV, tK ALi.LiillKV. for iinJ:(or Cvnrml: AMOS H. JIYUX, or I .ASCASTKU. for Secretary vf llrr.ml .yffairs: JAM W. LA'I'TA, or I'm l.vii:i.I'i:i.v. i-or $on,rnfiii c i -n f .a (,'. ' UAI.l'SHA A. Cl'.OW, nr srsi;ui:iiA.NA. (iKulHii: K. IIL'KF, . or wi:stmohi:l,anu. Election Time, Xv. U No roi.nK'AL party wants strikes to happen; but tlie cuttinsrdown of watfea iiirMenr to Doraocnitic letriaUtive Imrclin is producing a crop of thi'in in ncesii of even Republican oipoc t.itioiig. A Chapter on Bluffs. It ia iutretinit in this Inliirious pre convention tiuis to recall the circular whieu President Clevelan...

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

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORN1KU. JULY rt. - 18-1. r Bread andk cake raised with keep their freshness and flavor. "Puro" and ''Sure."T Norrman& Moor FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue Grenadines and Haskell Black Silks Cheap. 415 LACKA. AVE, DOKT Have your COLLARS starched in the old way, when you can have thorn done with soft, pliable Buttonholes (or TWO CENTS EACH. Lackawanna THE 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 Mcftnij 127 Wyoming Ave. Hears ft Men CITY NOTES. On July 4 tho post ofiico will be open until noon only. The carriers will mate the usual raoruiug delivery. The Parker street bridce wm completed ou Saturday, and in now ready for trulllc. It was built by the Penu Bridge company of Beaver Falls, Pa. The Women's puild, of St. I.uko's parish, will hold its July meeting this afternoon nt 4 o'clock nt the parish building, 15:25 Washington avenue. Mayor Co...

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

6 TIIE FCIfANTON TBIBUNE TUESDAT MOlHrQTO. JULY 3, 18U4. ATELECTBICAL SLIP. public opinion had been triumphant . ly vindicated. The insanity plea had tirolcen down, and Albert Prior waa uen tenoed to be hanged by the neck until he was doad, and might the Lord have mercy on his soul Evt-rybody agrocd that it was a righteous rcrdiot, but now that he was sentenced thoy added, "Poor follow!" Albert Prior was a young man who bad had more of his own way thuu was good for him. His own family father, mother, brother and sisters luid given Wny to him so muuk that ho uppourud to think the world at large should do tho same. Tho world differed with him. Uiifortunutoly tho first to oppose his vi olent will was a woman u girl almost. She would huvo nothing to do with him and told him so. He stormed, of course, but did not look upon her opio Bit km as serious. No girl in her Hoimes could coutinue to rcfuno a young man of his prospects in life. But when ho heard that she luul Ihvomo eugoged to youn...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 3 July 1894

TIIE SCBANTON TllIBUITE TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 3, 1394. L OF Tbe iron and stetl sheet scala and the tin plate aeale expired last Satur day. Thore baa been no agreement reached, and Secretary John Jurrett, of tbs Manufacturers' association, said that about thirty sheet mills and forty , tin plate mills closed down that evuii liiK. The American Tin lMuto com pany and the Una City Tin Plats com pany have signed ttia sdile. With these exceptions no otlier tin plate company tins signed. Secretary Jar rett U unable to tell why those com panies ignored the decision of tbe Manufacturers' association to hold out tor a lower rate than that demanded t'V the Amalgamated association. Both companies are in tbe free jus bolt of Iudiana and it is presumed that tbe temptation to resume was too Kreat for them to resist. Tbe item to which there was the greatest objection raised was the wages of the shearman. Tbey now receive !?1 per ton, or ;u per day. Tho manufac turers were williuti to tuy this rate,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 3 July 1894

8, THE SCItANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING. -JULY- 3, .1894. Beecham's pills are for biliousness, bilious headache, dyspepsia, heartburn, torpid liver, " dizziness, sick head ache, bad taste in the mouth, coated tongue, loss of appe tite, sallow skin, when caused by constipation; and consti pation is the most frequent cause of all of them. liook free; pills 215c. At drugstores.or write B.F.Allen Co.,365 Canal St., New York. 'TMlb. urciueu pueumouia or "grippe" is relocated to the rear, and "Old Sol'' witli liia peu etratin rays is a constuut re minder that we arc candidates for bummer Attire. Underwear Except) hihI v ilues la this depart ment. Goods were bought at clear ing; manufacturers prices. Lisle Thread Vests in white, fern Mud color. Ualbrmean Vests. Faahiouabl Ribbed Vests, Finest fegvptlan Yama. Unssaninr Veats and iu varieties Novelty ainl staple. Ginghams Tiie printings on Oinghanis are recognized ay nil connoisseurs si tht liiuhf st art in textile Dress Goods. Swivel Silk ...

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

It is the business of a newspaper to print THE NEWS THE TRIBUNE is in that business six ' days each week. EIGHT PAGES-uG COLIDLNS. BCRANTON. PA., WEDNESDAY MOItNINQ. JULY 4, 1804. TWO CENTS A COPY. THE TRIBUNE HAS TIGHTENING THEJCHEWS The Suffering Public Still Writhes Under Or ders from Labor's Despot. REGULAR TROOPS ARE CALLED GOT The Situation Practically Unchanged. Both Sides Are Confident of Vic tory in the Near Future Meanwhile .Large Numbers of Stranded Travel ers and Other People Depending; Upon Railroad Service Are in a Slat J of Anxiety Vain Attempts to Ship Meat. Chicaco, July 8. rs7E PORTS were made ns usual tuie UJ morning to the general mttn- 111 tigers iu st'ision 111 their head U u miariers. Au extended rnort livui t'io Santa Fa declare that th lis passenger train on the Chicago dlvis iou are running with the muni equip ment. The pussenger trnin dim to leave Oraml Junction is tied up otfiug to the boycott against Pullman ears being re newed there Deputy United Stale ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 4 July 1894

2 THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE "WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 4, 1594. ASE BALL Scranton Defeats Pottsvllla In a Game Re markable for Loose Flay. HAZLETON WINS FROM READING King Kelly for the Firt Time This Season Takes the Harrisburg Club Into Camp Standing of the Clubs. National and Eastern League Re suits -Notes on the National Game. Various Other Sporting News En tertainingly Chronicled. T?AD Scranton'i win , Ipi! ninjr spurt artited laj J Lj I about one week ear f" "TnSjLL lier in the season, f(fiJ ijyrt she would without ,r.V3 donbt have finished "iff second in the first "kxdi- ,erie of th Sute lue cumnpien- -su.r pi on ship games. Howevar, if the club holds itself to gether in the four games yet to be pluytd, it is reaionuble to expect that Marty Swift's HKgreMtion may come in for a place by iriday night. It ia still nip and tuck between Ha Eleton anJ Allentown as to which elnb Khali finish secoud. but the chances favor liazleton inasmuch as Alleutowu ii scheduled to play two games at Ets...

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

THE KCKAaTON TlUJiUJN J5-WEDNESDAY IMORNjLNO. JULY 4, ISiM. 3 MATCHLESS SHAW PIAH03. STELLE & SEELEY, 134 WYOMING AVE. VBEH, 811 AW, KM Ensoul NEW' ENGLAND FINEST LINE IN THE CITY IOR THE FKICJ3, HEW AND IFCOND HAND ALL I'KICKS GOOD BREAD -USE THE- And always have Good Bread. Makufactckkd and fob bale to ihe trade by The Weston Mill Co, EEWARS C? COUNTERFEITS ) THE PEMIUNE PIPIJUB Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G.. B. St Co., Irrnrintaii on Earn Cigar. Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. DR. H. B. WARE removed to 408 SPRUCE STREET, back of Dime Bank. PERSONAL Arthur K. Hiirroui:, of Syracuse, was in tut) city yesterday. B. Frank i-qnier, of the city stuff of the Evening Express will spend the day flsh i:ig at La Giutige. I'oliec Officers Ourrcll and Gonrlitz re pontd for duty lust night ufter their au un.il ti n dav vacation. 'S-.iiure li.ldcn, of Archbald was In the city yesterday respleudaut in a white vear, Inimaculale iravui and blue yachting cap. d. SolurrKiD. a student of the H...

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

4 TlIK SCIiANTO.V TltUJUWE-WEUNSDAr MOKNINO. JULY 4. 1894. PulLISHtO BILT IN SC.MNTOM, P., r TM1 Trisunb Pusushino company. . C. P. KINGSBURY. Niw Yonn Omet i Tannin uiiom. hul HAY, MANAttK tNTKNKO AT TNC fOBTOVriCI AT ACRANTOIt. CCONCtAt MAIL MATTKA. KCHANTON. JULY 4. 16M.( REPUBLICAN iTATE TICKET. For Governor; DANIEL II. HASTINGS, UK 1 t.M til. For Lteulenaut (urvtrnor: WALTER LYON, Cl' ALI.KUHLW. For Auditor Ventral; AMOS H. MYLIJf, OK I.ANCAsTr.H. For Secretary of lUmal .tfi'air; JAJ1ES W. LATTA, Of I'llH.ADVC.HilA. For Congresameii-at-Laiye: UAU'SHA A. GROW, Of SL'SyUEHANNA. OEORlUJ F. HUFF, or wuyi.MoiiLi.A.Nu. Election Tliiif. 'i.v. 0 Fitzsimmons for conyreisman-at-lare ou the Siujerly ticket would inuke the welkin ria;;. For beauty, grace and eloquance, match biui if you cau! - Independence Day. It is fittini; and proper that the natal day of American independence ibonld be commemorated by all the accessor ies of sincere rejoicing. It does not de tract from the eolemuity of...

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

THE SCTtANTON THUJ UNE "V E DX ES D AY MORNING, JULY 4. lSi4. The strength of Cleveland's baking powder comes from pure cream of tartar and soda only. It effervesces more slowly than powders containing alum, ammonia or tartaric acid. jf (Pure) v (sum y To have the best results 1 REMEMBER,' the oven should not be too hot, md it is not necessary to hurry the lough into the oven. Cleveland Baking I'owilor Co.,ei7 York, Successor to Gloveliuid Brother. , ' Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue Grenadines and Haskell Black Silks Cheap. agen 115 LACKA. AYE, " DON'T Have your COLLARS starched in the 014 'way, when you can have thera done with softi pliable Buttonholes for TWO CENTS EACH. Lackawanna THE 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. Mil! 127 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. A large batch of ordinaucei and resolu tions were approved by the mayor yester day. " Officers John Tho...

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

1TTR F CI? .ANTON Tit JJHJISE-WEIXNESDAT MOBNOTG. JULY 4, WALL DECORATION APPROPRIATE METHODS OF INTERIOR MURAL ORNAMENTATION. Dmlrablo New Tattcrua In Ilntli Hand nod Machine Tllailp Wnll Pniirnt I'enrl Leath er anil Oeunhie Sllka rirtiMiig Special. tics Among tlie Stumped rapcrn. Decorator nnd Furnisher says: Noth ing is more barbarous in interior decora tion than covering wall space with an all ovi-r wall paper pattern, leaving the friezo and ceiling devoid of ornament This method is pursued by those who know nothing of decorative art und have never mado a study of decorative requireninrtsof nn interior. The ceiling of an interior, not being required to support furniture or pictures, and being ohvays in evidence, is naturally thopot vliero the finest decorative effects should obtain, and the frieze for this reason also requires decorative treatment. In fact, tho real principle of decorating nu interior is to start with a plainly tinted dado, increasing the effects of form and col...

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

f THE ScflANTON TODiUtfE-'VVEDNESDAY " MORNING,' JULY .4, 189. GENERAL NEWS OF HDUSTHIES Argnirunt is bIno made iu certain quarters n behalf of n radical cbane io the systum of rejjulatinjr anthracite prices. It ii conttrtided, and not with out aurewdnesB, that if the producing companies, turouKb their sales agents. would strike a fair average for the year and then stick to that average throuKbout tho year, it would solve the proDiera or trade stability and obviats the intermittent clamor occaaioued br fluctuating monthly circulars. The change would be in the nature of a radical innovation, but there are ad parently no iusurinoutitable difficulties lo tns pathway to it. The opinion eiven below is taken from the Philadelphia Stockholder, which is apparently somewhat inclined to view the autbracite situation throuk'li unfavorable spectacles. "The excessive production of anthracite coal in June, appreating no less than 4, 41 1,409 tons for tour weeks ended June 25, has resulted in the ...

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

9 THE RCI? ANTON THIBUNE-WEDJN ESDAT MORNING; JULY 4, 1891. fTUE dreaded pueumonia or "grippe" is relegated to tlio rear, and "Old Sol" with his pen etrating rays is a constant re minder that we are candidates for Hiiiuiuer Attire. Underwear Exceptional values in this depart ment. Goods were bought at clear ing; lniiiiufactureru' prioei. Linle Thread Vasts in white, ecru mid colore. Ititlbriirgan Vests, F'Uhiouiibln Kibbed Yeita, Finest Egyptlnn Yarns. Gnssnnitir Vests and in varieties Novelty and staple. Ginghams Tho printings on Ginglinms are retopiiizml by all connoisseurs as the liifh8t art in textile Dress Goods. Swivel Silk Ginghams, Pin Head and Shepherd's Checks. Solid colors in iuuey shinies, stripes and plaids, in wonderful vuriutiiisj Hosiery In these davs of improvement and perfection we glinnld follow the times. The "liit'st" costs no uio.-e than the time worn. Rueiet colors and tans, drop stitch, lisle thread, Mark staple. All the t m prove -lunula in soleing and heeli...

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

I It is the business THE TRIBUNE is in that business six days each week. of a nevysr. MUll pr'W'.J.u. NEWS' EIGHT PAGES-5C COLUMNS. SCRANTON. PA., THURSDAY MOHNIXG. JULY 5, 1S04. TWO CENTS A COFT. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AM0N8 SGBANTQN I THAN AIIY OTHER mm Bmm wswww BUSINESS MEf MORNING PAPER S no OF B! Eloodsbed Id Several Exciting Instances Is Very Nar rowly Averted PRESIDENT DEBS SPEARS One Drop of Core, Spilltd Now, Would Pre. cipitate a Civil War. THE LAWS MUST BE ENFORCED Attorney General Olney Thinks the Country Has Been BrouRht to the Ragged Edge of Anarchy and That It Is Hih Time the Authority of the Government Were Exerted in Behalf of the Public Welfare-Tho Railway Managers Repudiate with Emphasis the Rumor That They Had Weakened -Now That the Bat tle Has Eeen Forced Upon Them It Will, They Say, Be Fought to a Fin ish, with the Entire Means at Thoir Command Incidents of the Na toon's Birthday Among Those Who Celebrated by Obstructing Travel and Enco...

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

I TIIE SCUANTON TIIIBUNE-TIIUESDAY MORNING. JULY 5, 1594. ASE BALL Scranton Takes I wo Games from Hanlon's Hazleton Ponies. imMENSE CROWDS AT THE GAMES The First Series Champions Drop Both Games at Pottsvilla, While Reading and Altoona Even Up Mat ters by Each Winning a Game Standing of the State League Clubs. National and Eastern League Results-Ease Bull Notes of Interest to Lovers of the National Pastime. eJlaWSB ARY to tubing chil, the coluitij: cuauipmu if tliu tirst ewrioi of Statu Lvalue ol Base Ball lub, lout both uits ynstvr day to the PotU villa club ia coa- tt'8t notd fur heTy liittiuif by loth tt'Aiud. At Uesdliig the two rhuim scheduled were pUyeJ, the Altouua clubwiuuiiiK the tuoruiuK nm and the nftoruoou gtwe Uiutf wuu by the home team. 'ire moruiug gam at Sruton wUh Ilzlwtou w.u the vr9ttio8t exUitotiou of bull playing u this saeon nud was won by th Scmuton club ia the umth inuiu-. lUzUlou alw lost the attar no j a by remoa of the superior stick work of the home tiMii...

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

THE SCEAKTON TKIBUNE-TIIUBSDAY MORNING. JULY 5, 181)4. 3 MATCHLESS SHAW - PIANOS. STELLE & SEELEY, 134 WYOMING AVE. VlBKtt, SHAW, SEW ENGLAND FINEST LINE IN THE CITY FOR THE PKICEX KEW AND SECOND HANI) ALL riticiss GOOD BREAD -CSE THE IM Ml And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO THE TRADE BV The Weston Ml Co EEWARS C? COUNTERFEITS J THE BFM'IWE POPUlftW Punch Cigars HAVE TME W'TIVS G., B. Sc Co,, Garney, Brown & Co. MIT's. to IK l UUlst MiUAKK. DR. H. B. WARE removed to 406 SPRUCE STREET, back of Dime Bank. NORTH END BRIEFS. The North End oftko of tho KottARTOH TmiiL'NC is loeateil at the Lewis Drugstore and Ji.lm'a Stmv. Wiivuo aveuuo, where sub- it ptions, ailvortisi'inonts and cuinnitiu, cation will receive prompt uueimun. Mr. and Jlrs. liiuBlu.-. Siaicli, of Pittston, paid a visit to tueir relatives na Wayne avenue yesterday. Tile leathering at St. Mary's hall was patrouiz.nl by a largo number, notwith standing the other flaring attractions. The little ...

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

THE SCRANTON TItlJJUNE-TIIUESDAY MORNING. JULY 5. 189. PUBLtSHIO DAILY IN SCIUNTON, PA.. BY THC 7RIBUN PUBUBMlfia CBMPANV. E. P. KINGSBURY, Niw Yonk Cruet Xmut, Manaqcn TniBUNC BUIIOINB. rUNB Si INTtflKD AT THC POTOmOst T 0NTOM. tCONsVCLA WAIL MATT IB. KCKANTON'. JULY 5, 1S04. ( REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. for Govminv: DANIEL IT. TIASTIXG3, 111' C'KMTKH. I'vr LUuUnont Ut vtrnor: WALTER LYON, at' ALLKUIIIfXY. tot Auditor Uenrml: AMOii H. MYLIN. OK LANCASTKIt. i if Secretary Ittriifil AtTnin: JAJIKS W. LATl'A, UK l-IIILADKLPHIA. for Con yfiwrnpri -n t-Lartte: UALUSUA A'. liKOW, 1)1' Sl'SOtJKIlANN V. UEOHOK F. HUM". ok WK.riiii:i'.i.A.M). Election Tllni', Nov. L It is a safe rucss tbnt both the Bit Vpiith anl Twvlfth Pennsylvania ilistricts will next November sleet to congress uisn who will be Rapubllouus and protectionist!!. One Serious Afterthought, Sixty-eight years ayo, wtaiU tbs c m noti aud the beils were acclaimius; the aenii-centeanial anniversary of the nv tiou's bir(l), there di...

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