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

All the news of the strike in THE TRIBUNE. Agents should order extra copies at once. EIGHT COT-;-g SCRANTON. PA.. MONDAY MOHNIN. JULY 1), 1S94. TWO CENTS A COPY, THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SCRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER '7 KNIGHTS OF THE FLAMBEAU ARE STILL ACTIVE The Sabbath Is Desecrated by Many Wanton Acts of Violence, FIERCE BATTLE AT HAMMOND One Man Killed and Several Others Seri ously Wounded. A TIE-UP IS ORDERED AT BUFEALO The Situation at Jhicago Practically Unchanged Several Persons Killed and Many More Seriously Woundad. The American Railway Union's Missionaries Are Laboring to Make Converts Everywhere Various Trades Unions Sympathize with the Strikers Mobs Fired Upon by Troops Guarding the Wrecking Trains. Chicago, July 8 THE ieat of war in the great rail road strike was transferred today to Hammond, Ind., juat across the border line and whor. from an early hour, mob violence reignei supreinv. Two companies of regulars were di?...

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. — 9 July 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING, JULY 9, 1S94. BASE BALL. Scranton Ends the First Season in Fourth Place by a Small Majority. STRENGTHENING THE TEAM Manager Swift Should Get the Club in First Class Condition for the Second Season A Club at Phila delphia Takes Easton's Place Na tional League Grounds in Quaker City Will Be Used Notes of Other Sports. 13 HE first State league 0T1MOVU 41 n yniiuu Into history with Scranton iu fourth plnee by a very nar row margin. While it should have fin ished better, it is now tea late for un availing regrets,nud as freia present in ictias, Scranton will cuntiuus in tbe SsUte loague, Manager Swift should tur himself resolutely to the task of strengthening the weak spots of the team. That Scranton hae fiaUaed in fonrth place is due primarily to the remarka ble pitebiuK at llousoa, who has cur ried the elub upward in the face of what at timet was very disaonraginii eircumtUneei. During the past month Flanagbau has been in good form and pitched a ver...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 9 July 1894

THE fcCB ANTON TRIBUNE-MOtf DAY MORNING. JULY i), 1804. MATCHLESS SHAW PIAHOS.: STELLE & SEELEY, 134 WYOMING AVE. vor.n, S II A TV, Miff ENGLAND FINEST LINE IN THE CITY POR THE PRICED EW AND SECOND HANb ALL 1H1CES GOOD BREAD -USE THE- And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOR SALE TO THE TKADB BY The Weston 111 Co EEWARB CP COUNTERFEITS ) TKE BFMDINE POPUUft Punch Cigars HAVE THE mtTU'S B. e CO., Carney, Brown & Co. Mfr'a. DR. H. B. WARE removed to 408 SPRUCE STRE2T, back of Dime Bank. PERSONAL. Robert Reoves and family are at Lake Ariel. ili-s Lulu Eell of Vrilkes-Barre is visit ing 1 1 ier.di her. .! oli 11 Jermyn and Attorney S. B. Price tfill r.ail (or Europe Saturday. W. 8. Mulford, of Montrose, spout yes terday w.tn relatives in the city. lli-s EElti Duvidsjon, ef Ureeu Ridge, bun r - u rni-it from a four mouth' visit wilh frinui m Illinois. iiir Nellie and Mary Walsh, of Brook' iyu, N. Y., are visiting ut the rcsiuenoe of On.Mniu P. DeLacy, of Cuponae avenue. ....

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

V THE SCIi ANTON TRIUUNE-MONDAY MORNING. JULY 9. 1894. PutLIBHSe DAILY IN 8CKANTON, PH., THI Taieima Publishing Company. t. . KINGSBURY. INIRAi MNM Niw Vena omen TmiUHi euneme. Quay, Mana.k ANTCRCD AT TMC M.TOrricB AT BeeftHTOH, FAi IOOMB-eU. MAlb MATTCH. fcCkANTON. JULY 9. ISU . i REPUBLICAN STATE TICK6T. for Governor: DANIEL IT. HASTINGS, U f CENTUM, For Lieutenant Wiwnor; WALTER LYON, Of ALLklUlIUVV. Tor Auditor General: AMOS H. MYLIN, Of LlNCASiTISK. For Secretary alltrnxl A ffnlr; JAOIES W. LATTA, or riiii.ADti.i'tilA. For Coniretsmwnt-I.arjc: UAUHA A. UWW, 0' SL'SvjCHNANNA. et'OROK F. ni'KF, ur WKS1 MUHKLAMI. Election Time. Nov. ft Tue di.cision of Judfe Grosicup tllftt decoy letter are ilk'Ral coiocMes with common seuse, Tb law ought uot to be compelled to piny the sneak in its search for evidence. Wbeu it doss tlsis it sneritieet popular respect more than it promotes justice. The President Is Right. Certain pno:n Dot well informed are disputing tbe legality of President Clev...

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

THE SCRANTOK TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING. JULY 9. 18.)4. 5 Bread and cake raised with keep their freshness and flavor. "Purs "and "Bure." Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenuo Grenadines and Haskell Black Silks Cheap. Hears & Hagen ,' - (15 LACKJL AVE, Eave you COLLARS starched In the old way, when you can tare them 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 IMnully 127 "Wyoming Ave. "uTykotiss. The congregation ef the Second Presby terian church has contributed i7U9.50 to tbt (and for the Mood; Gospel Tent cam paign. Tlie Central Republican club will hold a meeting tonight In its rooms in tbe Price building-. It will be an important meet ing which all member are requested to attend. Tbe Oiwego Boiler company has been given tbe contract to build the power Louie of the Economy Light, Heat and P...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 9 July 1894

THE fCFAKTON T171T.TJNE-MONDAY SfOENlNG. JULY 9, 1894. PITTSTON. ' All arrangements for the Christian Endeavor convention to be held at Cleveland begin ulna witli Wednesday next bare be.n prfoted. J. Q Man Ding, the local official representative and transportation agent for tbis sec tion of tbe association in tbis place, wbo bas been actively at work (or tbe past few months in looking after tbe details of tbe trip, received a dispatcb ou Saturday from tbe railway authori ties, over whose lines the excursion proposes to go, that there need be no fear on tbe part of tbe delegates as to not being able to reaoh the city on ac count of the strike. Tbe disp.itcb wus based on tbe assurance of a committee of tbe American Railway ublon that they and Preeideut Debs, of tbe union, would do every thing In their power to facilitate the movement of trains carrying delegates to the convention notwithstanding tbe strike, Tbe convention promises to be the largest beld in tbe history of tbe order. Si...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 9 July 1894

THE SCKANTON TRIBUXE-MONDAY MOIWIJTGr, JULY a, 1894. L OF Th work of drying out the old Sil ver Brook ihaft has been sornswbat re tarded dnring the past week. On Mon day trie pinup in the (haft cave oat, making it necessary to have another pnmp substitute the broken one. A gang of carpenters are now removing a powerful pomp from No. 3 stripping, vrnieh Wilt be placed in the shaft aud the disabled pump taken out. There was about seventeen Ceet ot water in the abaft when the punp gave out, and it was expected that the process of drying would be completed in ten daya' time. The delay occasioned by the breakage lias allowed the water to rise somewhat but with a aubstitnte apparatua in or der and once working the water will rapidly disappear. The slope whioh is being driven a few hundred feet east ot the shaft hue attained a depth of 100 feet. It will be sunk below the old works and will serve as an outlet for nil the coal that will be mined there. The development of the old worke will p...

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

p - THE FCEANTON TRIBTTNTE MONDAY MOItlNG,' JUIiY 9,' rpIIE dreaded Bneumonia or "grippe" is relegated to the rear, and "Old Sol" with his pen etrating rays is a constant re minder that we are candidates for Summer Attire. Underwear Exceptional values in this depart ment. Goods wer bought at clear ing muuufacturerg' prices. Lisle Tnrsad Vests ia white, ecra ' nod colors. Bttlbriegsu Vests, ' Fashionable Ribbed Vests, Finest Egyptian Yam. Gossamer Vests aud In varities Novelty and . stuplr. Ginghams The printings on Ginghams are rocogniEdd by all Connoisseurs as the highest art in toztile Dress Goods. Swivel Silk Ginghams, Pin ' Head and Shepherd's Checks. Solid colors in fancy shades, stripes and plaids, in wouderfnl varieties. Hosiery In these days of improvement and perfection we should follow the times. The "latest" costs no more than the time worn. Rmset solors and tans, drop stitch, lisle thread, black staples. All the improve ments in soleing and heeling. Corset Department Con...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 10 July 1894

All the news of the strike in THE TRIBUNE. Agents should order extra copies at once. EIGIIT PAGES 56 COLUMNS. SCRANTON. TA., TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 10, 1S94. TWO CENTS A COPY. THEliMNE HAS A TAR G ER BONA FIDIRgIjUtToN ONG SGR ANTON BUSBNESS fEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER j i i 1 r. ," : TRAINS AGAIN MOVING AT An - ImproYement in the Situa tion from a Railroad Point of View. PRESIDENTS PROCLAMATION Persons Engaged Id Rioting and Q;her Un lawful flc!s Commanded to Disperse. THOUSANDS ARE TO STRIKE TODAY The Majority of Railroads Having Terminals in Chicago Move Their Trains on Time and So Far as the Local Situation Is Concerned the Backbone of the Strike Appears to Be Broken Master Workman Sov ereign Will Wait Another Day Be fore Attempting to Solve the Diffi cult Problem Verdict of the Jury in the Case of the Hammond Victims. Chicago, July 9. THERE were no indications witbin the immediate limits of the city today that the railroad strike or boycott was in existence. On the ma jorit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 10 July 1894

THE SCKANTON TBIBU1TE TUESDAY MORNING. JULY 10, 1S94. ASE BALL The Second Stato League Season Opened vl:b Encouraging Prospects. ALL VACANCIES HAVE BEEN FILLED Scranton, Harrisburg. Allentown and Pottsvillo the Winners of Yester day's State League Battles-Standing of the Clubs-National and Eastern League Results Base Ball, Bicycling and General Sporting Notes. HQ second season of Pennsylvania State League of 3sse Bull clubs opened under more favorable circum stances thnu at first anticipated, tue en tire circuit being represented in the games pluyed. At Philadelphia the new Philadelphia club opned the series with; the Scran ton club, and promises to make the older clubs hustle if they wish to keep abroaHtof its U'uiu. Considering the kind of ball that it playsd yesterday augurs well for the yiality of the play era, even if they did lose the first gome. The Altoona club was transferred to Lancaster, and played its first gaiu yesterday nndr tie new name, at Pottsville. It likewise lot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 10 July 1894

TTIE KCIfAITTOlT TRIISUIfE TUESDAY MOBNING. JULY 10, 1804. 8 MATCHLESS SHAW HMOS. STELLE & SEELEY, 134 WYOMING AVE. VCOFB, SHAW,, KMKKSON, NEW ENGLAND FINEST LINE IN THE CITY FOR THE PRICH MEW AND 1 CO.ND HAND AM. PRICES GOOD BREAD -USE THE And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO THE TRADE BY The Weston MID Co, EEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS J THE GENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS B. & CO, Imprint nn Ea nh ciqar. Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's, lllUlil' UOU.MC kUlAKK. DR. H; B. WARE removed to 406 SPRUCE STREET, back of Dime Bank. PERSONAL. Mies ilnrae McCabe, of Carbondale, is visiting friends of this city, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Reynolds have re turned from their bridal trip. Mi?B Jennie Brownscombe I the cnestof Mrs. FrRtik Jermyn and Mrs. Edward Jurmyn at Qlenburn. General Manager Hallstnad, of the Dela ware, Lackawanna and Western, left fur Buffalo eurly yesterday inorning on the ''Comet" II. H. C oston and a party of fishermen li ft yes terduy for Lace...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 10 July 1894

T THE SCHANTOX TKIJJUNE-TUESDAY MORNING. JULY 10, 1891, PUBLISHED DaiLV IN SCBANTOM. t TH Triun Pusushino Company. C. P. KINGSBURY. iw. Officii TmauM Iuiloin. r Srav. Manaokr bhtkuso 'at tbb po.Torrie. at chantoh, ICONS-CLAM MAIt MATTtA. fcCHAKTON. JULY 9. ISlU. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor: DANIEL H. 1IASTIXQS, Of UEJiTKIl. ... For Lhutenant Omtrnor: WALTER LYON, til' ALLLUnENV. Tor Auditor General: AMOS H. 5IYL1S, Of LANCASTUIt. fur Secretary oIternal Affair: JAMES W. LATTA, Ob" PHILADELPHIA. For Conr;reumm-at-Large: OA LUSH A A. GROW, OKSCSyCEHANNA. GEOKGK K. HUFK, or WtSTMOKKI.AM). Election Time, Nnv. ft It IS ALWAYS well to hear both sides of every case. Do those who condemn the Pullman people for not arbitrating really expect that business men can rnn industries for nny length of time at a downright loss? The Bridges Delayed. It is encouraging to ltarn, upon a liberal calculation, that Scrantonlnns, ere mnch more than a year has passed, will probably be enabled to wal...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 10 July 1894

TiiE SC'TtAKTON TK 1 1 UNE T L" ESD AY MORNING. JULY 10. 1SJ4. 5 ( gland's ) . (Sure) Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenuo . NEW GOODS 1H DIMITIES, JACONETTES, DOTTED SWISSES, DUCK SUITINGS, PRINTED ORGANDIES. Mears & Hagen 415 LACKA. AYE. Soft Have your COLLARS itarohefl in the old vay. when you cn have them done with sof t, pliable Buttonholes tor TWO CE-NTS 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. Mi 127 Wyoming Ave. C1TT NOTES. The Providence Women's Christian Temperance union will hold their meeting this afternoon In the Christian church on North Main avenue at 2.30. The regular meeting of the Green Ridge Women's Christian Temperance union will be held at their room, 61. I Green Ridge street, this afternoon at II o'clock. Tickets to the Elks' excursion- to Lake Ariel Wednesday morning are good on the regular trains leaving the city at 0.43 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 10 July 1894

0 TnE fCr-AXTON TI?TI1TJXE TUESDAY MORNING. JULY 10, 1894. CARBONDALE O. A. Singer, of th Hondrick Mann faotorlng company, i iu Pottaville on bnalneaa for the company. Miai Mary Wilcox, a mlaaionary stu dent of Philadelphia, who baa bee a a guest at tit- Baptist parson ago during the past tore weeki, retarned yester day. Tho bouse of John Wude on Wash ington street is being torn down, pre paratory to tbe erection of a handsome newborn in its staad, which will be ooonplel by Mr. Wade and family. Yeattrdny morning at S.iiO o'clock rccuied tbe death of John Cbriatiun Spaeth at his home on Soatji Wyoming street at the age of H years and 8 months. He was boru at Ochsanfaoh, Uvrtnany in 1819. He is aurvived by thrne children. Miss Pauline Spaatu, Mrs. R. Hampton and Julias Spaeth. The funeral will be held at bis late resi dence No. 120 Wyoming atroet Wednes day afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment will be made in Maplewood cmnetory. On Friday evening the Junior Order United American Mechanic...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 10 July 1894

THE SCKANTON TIIIBTJXE TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 10, 1894. GENERAL NEWS OF Th present anthracite circular, m the Stockholder opportunely point ont, in mfloh lower than was that of one year ago. The July, 1S93, circular quoted broken coal, f. o. U. nt New York, $3 00 p?r ton; orst. $115; itove, $4.60, and chestnut, ft 00 Pr?e ut price are IS cent per ton lower on broken and 25 cent oo egtfi store and cbastnut, Ttie avrite of theie four ia- li, therefor, $'t 05 prtnn,Bgiiust $4 31 per ton in July. 1893. At the preaeut average the eotnpauiea are re ceiving exactly what it cost thu iu September, 1302, when Mr. McLeod was iu eharje of th Reedinir. That coet. Ha eatitniteJ uy Mr. McLioJ, u just $3 95 per ton. as follow: On board tsars at the mine. $1 G4 6; lose on aui'tll sizes, 50.4 cents; tmgbt to Juraoy City, $1 CO; loading on boats, 15 cants; commissions tmid to middlemen, 15 cents; total, $3 05. This was th actual coat of delivering a ton of coal at Jersey City, without anything for the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 10 July 1894

3 TIIE RCRAKTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING. JULY 10, 1894. "pIIE dreaded pueuinonia or ' "grippe" is relegated to the re,ar, and "Old Sol" with hin peu ct rating rays is a constaut re minder that we are candidates for Summer Attire. Underwear Exceptional values in thli depart ment. Goods were bought at clear iuK manufacturers' prices. Lisle Thread Vests in white, ecru Hud colors. Balbriirgan Vests, Fasliionabln Ribbed Vests, Finest Egyptian Yarns. Gossamer Veste and in varieties Novelty and ' staple. I Tniiun inr ham mi nun ' HfillillM HUH II V V 11 Willi! IMW I IIIU I; it nun III UIIIUIIUU Concluded from Page I. Ginghams found that Fleischer came to his death y accident eaussd by company D, Hteeuth rngiinnt of infantry United States of America shooting wantonly and carelessly io n peaceable crowd. Tho printings on Ginghams are recognized by all connoisseurs as the highest art in textile Dress Goods. Swivel Silk Giulianis, Pin Head and Shepherd's Checks. Solid colors in fancy shade, st...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 11 July 1894

Agents "should order extra 'copies at once. EIGHT PAGES--5G COLUMNS. SCIiANTON, FA., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 11, 1S04. TWO CENTS A COrY. HE TRIBUNE IS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SCRANTQN COSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER 8 PAPER All the "news of the strike in -THE TP E. ' -CCwIlwlS 1 CsIJplllJv OF THE STRIKE Promptly Indicted by the Fed eral Grand Jury Charged with Conspiracy. ALL KNIGHTS ORDERED COT Eut the Order to Strike Is Couched in Llore Conciliatory Tone. Much CWOANS ARE QUITE SERIOUS The Concensus of Conservative Opin ion Seems to Bo That the Refusal of the Pullman Company to Refer the Original Dispute to a Committee of Arbitration Has Opened the Door to Difficulties More Weighty Than Any Yet Encountered Judge Gross cup's Pointed Charge to the Grand Jury Followed by Speedy Indict mentIncidents of the Crucial Day in the Labor War's History. Chicago, July 10. PEBS, Howard, Roger, Keliher and several other strika leaders have been indicted for conspir acy ly tht! federal gr...

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

TIIE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 11, 1594. BASE BALL foiladelphia Pioved loo Strong for Scranton in Yesterday's Game. ilLENTOWN WINS FROM HAZLETON Lancaster and Reading the Other Winners of Yesterday's State League Contests Standing of the Clubs. National and Eastern League Re suits Base Ball Notes Sporting News in General of Interest to All Out-Door Amusoment Lovers. LLENTOWN Is the only State LenRue club that bus been nble to win two straight KHines as n starter for the sec ond season. At ihilnOelpuia the now club yesterday took a gnuie from the Scrautoni, und Keadiug and Lan caster turned tbe tables on their op ponents. Ia consequence. Huzletou brings tip tbe rear iu tbe prconUe column. Tbe following table give the per eeutagea, number of games won und lost by each club, and their standing in the league race: Won. Lost. U I 1 Per C't. l.ooo .Mil) ..WO .5(h) ..MM) .GDI) .!M .OUO Ailentown 'i Scranton 1 FottsvUI , Heading llnnisburi;.... riiiladiinliia... Lnnrnster Ii...

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

8 MATCHLESS 5HAI PIAHOS. STELLE & SEELEY, 134 WYOMING AVE. SHAW, KMKKSON, NEW ENGLAND IINEST LINE IN THE CITY POR THE PRICB, MEW AND IECOM1 HAND ALL l-UICKS GOOD BREAD -USE TI1E And always have Good . Bread. HANUFACTTJUED AND FOU SALE TO TIIE TRADE BY The Weston Mill Co, EEUAR! C? COUNTERFEITS ! THE KFWU1HE POPUlft? Punch Cigars HAVE THE IMiTIAlS G.. B. St Co., fmnrii'tort m Esnh C'flsr. Carney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. DR. H. B. WARE removed to "406 SPRUCE STREET, back of Dime Eank. PERSONAL. T. .1. Dully and John J. Murphy, spent yesterday nt Carbondale. Mi.-'s Florence Edgar loft yesterday to visit her grandparents at Paupack, lor a tew weens. MNs Lily Chamberlain, of Brooklyn, Su-qrehanna county, is the guest of (ireeu Ridgo Iriends. !.iss Mame Xallin, of Pittston avenue, h s iiTturned from a month's visit with friends iu Brooklyn, N. Y, jX. 11. L,utz una returned from a p! ;is:mt trip to Atlantic City, Washington nr. 1 other summer resorts. Mr-. Booth, exponent of tho Prang a...

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

TMJfl ISCKAJNTOiV liUJiUJS U WJDiS ESDAY 31U11JN 1JN . .1 ULY .11. 1894, &3e Jkranfon CnBune PUlLltHCO DAILY IN SCRANTON. P.. TH Triun Publishing Comphnv. E. P, WNQSBURV, - . Htw VoOrrici TmiuMi luuoiHa. an.v, hanuir nun NTtSCO AT TMI KITOFFICI AT SCAANTOH. , aico(ts-cu maii n. MJKANTON. JULY 11. m. RtPUBLICAfJ STATE TICKET. for Governor: DANIEL H. HASTINGS, OF CENT Kit. For Lieutenant Governor: WALTER LYON, OK ALLEGHENY, for Auditor General: AMOS H. MYLIN, Ol' I.ANI.ASTKIt. for Sicretary ofllrrnnl Affair: JAMES V. LATTA, of Hii I I-AD1-: l.l'll I A. for CongfeMnien-at'Larye: UAI.UKHA A. II ROW, ' OK 8lstTKHANXA. iEORClK F. HL'KP, UK WKVrMOKKUAXU. Flection Time, N,,v. fi One rRi.NCU'Li! iu ((astronomic oriti ciBiu lull down in our esWeuxl con temporary, tha Truth, the other day, by ita facetious contributor. Bill Nye, is applicable to a goo J many subj eta iu life. Says William: "We should all of us avoid too close a criticism of what we liuve grown weary of. I used to be fond o...

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