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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 14 July 1894

IRIliCMS bLi:S(KIlil:K9 going out of Ilia elty for tlio iinumcr can liave tliclr favorite paper font t6 them without extra oliargo. IN NOT H YING US to change the a.Ulrem plcaso give the paper'! old as well at iti new destination. EIGHT PAGES-5G COLUMNS. SCRANTON. PA.. SATURDAY MORNING. JULY 14, 1S94. TWO CENTS A COPY. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SCRAN EN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER TON BUSINESS I RESIDENT BEDS OBLIGED TO After a Season cf Exaltation the Chief of Disturbance ' Sues foF Peace, WAN IS THE MEN REINSTATED Ihe Labor inim Make Overtures to the Railway Managers. KAYOR OF CHICAGO INTERCEDES He Carries the Message from Debs and Sovereign to the General Man agers' Association The Proposi tions Will Be Considered Today. Labor Leaders Still Insist That They Have Gained a Great Victory Rail way Officials Are Not Disposed to Hob-Nob with the Strike Leaders. Federation of Labor Is Shy. OiiifAOO, July 13. THE officers anil director of the American Railway ...

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. — 14 July 1894

THE SCI?ANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY AIUH3TNG.' JULY 14, 1S94; ASE BALL Scranton Wins a Sharply-Contested Twelve liming Cama from Dazletou. WON BY HEAVY STICK WORK Allentowii Takes a Close Game from Philadelphia, Reading Defeats Potts villo, and Lancaster1 Crushes Harris burp; Standing of the Clubs Na tional and Eastern League Results. Notes of the Game. TATE lttttgue games I " 1 TL- iiliiyeti y este r u a y l-LLll.',.", weretill remurknbla for lieiivy liiuins. Liiiu'iistor lipiulinx liih Willi tliirlv- V V olio bite to ber ' credit. Allentowii still hoMs tho bead of the list followed by L u n e i 8 te r and Pottsville, with Scranton, H izletou and Heading tie for fonrtli vbie- The following table jives tho per centage, number of guinea won and lost by each club, and their standing iu the loane race: Won. Allentowii 5 I.iim'iister 4 I'ottsville :i Scranton Hiizletou "J Heading 2 llsrrisburi; 1 l'UihuKtnliin 1 Lost. II I II :i J 3 4 4 lVr ft. 1.(1110 .SIKI .111 10 .41 HI .4"0 .4UH .'.''III...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 14 July 1894

TIIE fcCRAXTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING. JULY 14, 1804. MATCHLESS SHAW . PIADS. STELLE & SEELEY, 134 WYOMING AW. SHAW, KMKKSON, KISW ENUIjAND FINEST LINE IN THE CITY row TUB PRICE. HEW AND ECOM II M ALL ntlCES ft Foe to GOOD BREAD -USE THE And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTVItl-D AND FOR BALE TO TUB TUADE BV The Weston 111 Co EE1SARE GF COUNTERFEITS J THE BFWIIIWE POPUUft Punch Cigars HAVE THE IKMTIA1S G.. B. & Co., fmnrintod nn Fswh (VdAf. Carney, Brown & Co. Mfr'a. uLiii uudm; uuak&, DR. II. B. WARS removed to 406 SPRUCE STREET, back of Dime Bank. NEW PUN OF CAMPAIGN. Will Bo Followed by Executive Commit tee ot the Fas'ora' Union. A meeting of the newly appointed executive committee of the Pastors' union, will be held at the Young Men's Christian association Tuesday after noon nt 2 o'clock, when it is expected a plan will be discussed for carrying on the work of Sunday observance wnich ended with the resignation of Rev. F. A. Dony. The tx'ict number of the new co...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 14 July 1894

8e cmfon txihu Published daily in Sciunton, Pa.. t Thi tribun publishino companvt C. P. KINGSBURY. OINIL MN8S McwYoaaOmctl Tbibunc Iuudino. rAK I CRAY, SNTCI1C0 T THE poarorrici AT CRANTON, P4., rCONO-CLASS MA'L MATTIH. h.'i;a:;to:;. jn.Y 11. isui. REPUBLICAN STftTE TICKET. For (Jovirntir: DANIEL II. HASTINGS, UK t'KXTKII. For I.ituhmtut tii.ri-nitir: WALTER i.VOX, til' ALI.I OIIKVV. For Auditor d' nrrtil: AMOS II. HYMN', III l..M'.:-Ti;U For iSVn'ffnry c' lUmnl .ii'ViiYs.' .l.UIFS W. I, . VITA, or in 1 1. m i i v. lor Vonurt suncii'iit- .';: UAi.rsn a a. i;i:iy, Ol M SVUI.IIANNA. ir.oi:ui: K'urri'. IIK V KTUMtl;i . Nl. Vlectlou Tiinf, Niv. Touay's mmtinu (it the KpnWican county committee will tie c:lleil upon to perform an important pnrtv service; ml the picv.ileno of h.uiiioiiy ami pooil will can tie safely ircon'iiK'niled as one of the btsl ol possible con comitants. Murphyism as It Is. While commenting, at various times, tipon the assassination of Robert Koss by the Murphy munic...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 14 July 1894

'I'll Ft SUKAJSTUJN TIJIMUJMJS SATUKDA V MOKN1AH. ,JUli II. l!M. The leading teachers of cookery and writers on Domestic Science use and recommend Cleveland's Baking Fowder, as Mrs. Rorer, the Principal of the Philadelphia Cooking School, " . . f know what yon areW f . eating when you use Its tme composition is given on every label, f T "Pure "and "Sure. 'yT Miss Farmer, the Principal Vol the Boston Cooking School, Miss Bedford, the Superintendent of the New York Cooking School, Mrs. Ewing, the Principal of the Chautauqua School of Cookery. Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue NEW GOODS IN DIMITIES, JACONETTES, DOTTED SWISSES, DUCK SUITINGS, PRINTED ORGANDIES. Mears k Hagen 415 LACKS. AYE. DOET'T Hare your riiLUKS starched in th old when you can have them dono with soft, tillable ButloiiUole for TWO CENTS EACH. Lackawanna 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 Wyo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 14 July 1894

G TJ1E SClTAlsTQN TBIBUKE-SATUlfDAT MOBNING. JULY 14, 1804. GENERAL El OF INDUSTRIES According to the Ulest report thero ro now 1,870 ruilt i of railway in JiipHn, of wliicli 1,'JIO nuieg nro owned by pri Trtie cf.uipuiiicd. At tba present tiuio 03 npplicutiou for now railrou l con cessions ir under the consideration of tl:e uuthoriti"g of that country, the total length n' t'"f projected liuei bo ina nfoont miles. It. is addod that tlio Jiipani-H K'lVernmtMit Iim iu viow to luila l.'Jtil miles oi ruilroad during the next twenty yxur, which will Irifj? tip the length of the stuto Ji'nn to about 1 . y 1 5 miles. The .Kipiint'ao nro Bitfiiciiiitly cosmopoli t in to to the clieapi-Ht tiiurki'tM for tiietr unpplies of material and miuihin t'iy. 'lhey are at the pres'-nt moment 'rderlnc coiiBHleriitl'i tiuuntity of i tie-ir relininir nnd textilo iiniohirjery in K;inlaiii, and they draw their mils. liH'omntivoH and other railway muter iiil -a hfii they do not manufacture it tiiemselvi'f wi...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 14 July 1894

1T1E SCTMNTON Tl'IBUNE SATURDAY MOUSING, JULY 11, 18f)-l. A Social . V It is probably true tbnc a larger uum bvr of peruous have loft Scranton. this umnier than during any previous sea on or recreation. Tho outpour began in earnest the first of June, though for ix wenlig piecodiuif innny bad depart el, particularly for Europeau travel. Tliose remaining, however, seoui to Cnil Scranton not an unplenannt place to pare the ueattd aeaion, Witbiu a large radius of territory wliieh can be reached in from oue to two and a half hours' travel, ore Luke Ariel, L ike Winolu, Purview, Lily Lake, Glen Summit. Delaware Water Gap, Heart Likev anil ;nunieron other lakes and cool spots on tbo Pocono and to the east and north of the city. A jnentleinan upeaking yesterday of the suuuner season said: "1 believe that not less than fifty and perhaps as innny hi seventy-live Hcrantoniaus are now in Europe, or have been there soniM time sines March lo. This year has been particularly marked for the desire ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 14 July 1894

s, TIIE FCEANTON MlIBtTNE-SATUKDAT MOKNTN'O, 7 OXY 14,' 1894J 'TMIH il leaded pneumonia or "grippe" is relegated to the rear, and "Old Sol" with his pen 'trntin rays is a constant re minder that wo nro candidates for Summer Attire. nn Underwear Exceptional v.diu-s in thla cie-puri- went. Gomls were tont'lit at clear inu ninnviCictvirers' prices. Lisle Thread Vests in white, ecru nr.d colnrn. Btilbricjiin Vests, FMBliiiumbln Ribboil Vests, Fi nest Kjfvptlsiu YuriH. G'H9mur Vests 11 mi in varietiea Novelty and stiiplt. Ginghams Tim priiuins on Ginghams are lvco'.'iiiz'! by nil connoisseurs as tint lii'iwst iirt in tex'ilo Dress Gouils. Swivel Silk ftiugrmras, l'in lieH'l and Slietihei'd's Checks. Solid colors in iaiicy similes, striyes and 1-1,-iiils, in wniiderriil varieties. Hosiery In these dnvs cf iniprovomiut and perfection we should follow the timns. The "lat-si" costs no more than the time worn, ltussst colors ii mi tans, drup stitch, lisle thread, Mack staple. All the improve ...

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

TltHSU.VTJ KVBSCRIDF.RS golnc; out of (ho city f r the summer im have tlielr favorite paper sent to tliem without extra charge IN NOTIFYING US to Chang; the addreM please give the paper's old as well as Its new destination. EIGIIT PAGES--5G COLUMNS. SCR ANTON. PA MONDAY MORNING. JULY 1(5, ISO 4. TWO CENTS A COrY. rilE TRIBUNE IISSIKER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION ARSON THAN ANY OTHER ISQRNING PAPER in ? t 0 SCRANTON BUSINESS MEN ECHOES OF THE GREftl MIKE What the Debs Movement His C it the Coua tiy at LarD(. EOCK-ISLAND LOSES A MILLION Tho Business of the California Fruit Growers Is Almost Entirely Ruined Perishablo Freight Scat tered About the Country Ten Lives Are Known to Have Been Lost in the Conflicts Merchants Everywhere Injured by Delay in Delivery. Chicago, July 15. OW that the rui roa Is Br Retting their tri.tlb in shapo and busi ness iu ussumiug its normal con dition souu' speculation hi to tho 1 erst of the great strike to the rmlro (li and others in Chicago alone may ho iu t-r....

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

TIIE SCHANTON TBIBUNE-MONDAY MOHNING. JULY 16, 1894. ASE BALL isranton Adds Another to Its Victories Won the Past Veck. HAZLETON AGAIN THE VICTIM At Philadelphia the Allentown Club Won with Ease Harrisburg Pulls a Game Out of the Fire in the Ninth Inning with Lancaster Reading Pottsvillo Stopped by Rain with the Score a Tie Standing of the Clubs. Gcnerai Base Ball and Sporting News. piv Ms w lob pa'gau in the State loHgne. Allentown bus pns til the ordaal with nix victories ami no defratu, evidently oiideavoring to du plicnto Harrisbtiru'a i cbinVfinxnt of the first aennoti. Liin- h: canUr is in second jiliice aud playing citiirerv ball ns a result of the infusion of new blooJ into its team. Pottsville is in tbini place, with three viotorlea mid two defeats, while Scrtinton holds fourth position, with tbn-e victories and three defeat, as a result of her playing away from home the entire vretk. Iteadinir bead the Becond pha lanx, with Huzlcton uud Ilrrishurtf a tie for sixth )bic, wi...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 16 July 1894

TI1E SCKAKTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY MORNING. JULY 1G, 181)4. 3 MATCHLESS SHAW PIAHOS. STELLE & SEELEY, 134 WYOMING AV&. 'J a la wfB v f",AWi 1 afJJ JiliW UNGLANO FINEST LINE IN THE CITY ron xitc rKicnk ;KW AND .KW AND flPjfflflMft 1.1. rnicns W ffilluU tKt: A t . I A Foe to Dyspepsia o GOOD BREAD - UBK THE FLOUR And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTUHICD AND FOR SALE TO THIS TKADE bV The Weston il Co IEWARS C? COUNTERFEITS ) THE fiCm-tHE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIOS G. B. 8t Co., fmprln'ad nn F-el O'Oflf. Garney, Bro?rci & Co. Mfr's. mtitr Hotels DUtAiik. DR. E. B. WARS removed to 406 SPRUCE STREET, back of Dime Bank. PERSONAL. F. S. Scntt, of Scrnnton, was in Ding hamton Friday. Mr. and Airs. R K. Polk, of Danville, were at Lake Ariel yesterday. Jliss Delhi Fiodloy. of Milford, N. Y., Is visiting Miss Carrie Illume, of North Alaia aveuue. Air. and Mrs. Joeenb Cust'ird, of UU iJullierrv street, are spending a few weeks at TnuUhauuock, Air. and Mrs. H. (). Edfar and Mr. ...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 16 July 1894

4 TII35 SCKANTON TKIJ1UNE-MONDAY MORNING. JULY 10. 1S94. Z$i cranfon vtnBune PUBUSHtD OWIY IN SCKNTOI, Ph., it THi Tkibuh Publishing Company. E. P. KINGSBURY, aCNCIIAL MANAOIBi NtwVenitOrricll tmsuns Buiidiho. ruMB Gray. Uanaqkh KNTcntD at tm rottornet at crantoh pa., ae SKCOHO'CLASS MAIL MATTER. H'KANTON". JULY 10 lS'.U. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. Jor Goivnwr: DANIEL It. HASTINGS. lit' I'KNTKH. for I.uutninnt (Smernor: VAUEK LYON, (If ALl.KilUKN V. lor Auditor Uenrrat: AMOS II. 5IYLIN, 01' I.A.M'ASTKIC. tor Secretary Jtmtal vl flair: JAMFS W. LATTA, IIC I'lllI.ADF.l.l'lll.V. lor Conresftmp'i'til'l.ann': tiAl.rSHA a'. GROW, or sroitlKii.w.NA. GKOKGE V. lU'Fr', (If WLATMliKCLAM). Eli-ctlon Tin Ni.v. C I.v ttiksi: duys of tumultuous change the true put riot j tho iuhh who obeys the law uiul lumds his own busino-a. The County Convention. If the selection of a date for the Lackawanna comity Itenuliliean con vention had been left to u fair vote of the jH?o!e, without mvolvint,' it in any c...

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

THE SCTiANTON TK1I3IJ.NE MONDAY MOHNINGr. JULY 1J. 1894. 3 A pure cream of tartar powder. The true composition is published on every label, information not given by other manufacturers. You know what you are eating when you use Cleveland's. Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE !20 Wyoming Avenuo NEW GOODS IS DIMITIES, JACONETTES, DOTTED SWISSES, DUCK SUITINGS, PRINTED ORGANDIES. Hears & Hagen 415 LACKA, AVE. Rave your COLLARS starched in the old way, wlieu vou can have them ilone with soft, tillable IiuttoiiUubs 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. Williams & Mikity 127 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. Trllmns roaleri leiivlnff fir tliflr siiminvr'j vucntio-i cun have lielr favor ite piipor !lit to tlieiu without extra coat, fov notifying tills oflice of the de ft ire t chunuei in tile puper' aildreaH. A number of West Si J young pople enjoyed a bas...

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

THE fCIfAKTON TIJIEUNE MONDAY MORNING. JULY 1G. 1S!H. JIItS.MOSQUITO'SBITE SHE IS A BLOODTHIRSTY CREATURE, BUT THE MALE IS HARMLESS. the Old Story of Trouble lulls Relation to 6rx How tlto Mosquito Lives Biul Illes. nowtlioI.lttlolYstMHj- He KjUrmliiatod. K inrily l or tliu Dili's. Siiciiil Corn-siiontlcnrc. Bayonnk, N. J., July 5. Human in pcimily 1ms liei'U oxeivisiil ill n hull ijivd ways to rival o or invent either a cure fur mosquito bites or wnuo prevent ive for the incursions of this imwlcomo dimmer visitor. Otio scientist hustle- iscd u pl.ui to riil himself of uiosrrui t.xs, but it is of such it nature tlmt its use entilcl not be of practical bcnelit in largo mosquito infected areas. Neveltho less it is worthy of recording and may make inoro pleasant the suinnuT resi (u nci's of thoe who can afford to lease a ''country home." Hi i discovered that it was from thn ponds on his estate that the mosquito came. lie examined the -water ami f'.mnd upon its surface under thn micro s...

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

THE SCKAttTON Tlf IB tJ is MONDAY MORNING, JULY 1G, 1894. GENERAL OF INDUSTRIES Tli first veelc of July stows, says the Stockholder, that shipments of an thracite oonl were materially restrict ed compared with the Inst week of Jnn. wbeu the output aggregated 1, 872,794 tons, an iucrease over th cor reipomling week Inst year of "US, SOD tons. For the week ndl July 7 snip ments were only C27.0D9. a decrease compared with the preceding week (ended June 30) of over CO pur cent., tr. in round figures, a decrease of 743, 003 tons. In the latter week ship ments from the Wyoming region ag gregated 706 274 tons; last week they were only 885, 620 tons. The decrease in shipment from the Ltiigli region was from 189 024 to 103,401. and from th Schuylkill region from 418, 4S6 to 183.718 tons. Compared with the tittures for the sume wees last year shipments for the week endeJ July 7 decreased 22.891 tons, the Lehigh and Schuylkill regions both showing de creases, while the Wyoming region increased...

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

8 ' TI1J5 hCKANTON TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING, JULY 1G, 1894. uck So fo our DUCK SUITS J",r' and woathor. There's no discomfort In tlio llory ruys of :v July sun when relleetod bnek from SUITS LIKE THESE Ladies1 Duck Suits at $3, VuKTlI H. Ladies' Duck Suits at $3,50, Ladies' Duck Suits at $4, WOKTH S3. Ladies' Duck Suits at $5, WOUTII Jii. Mode a:; i) ,r abrics Our Fashion Monthly for .lu'y, JUST OUT Describes aid contains llio leailing fmhions, latest dress ma terials, etc. Elevating nwl plca3in; reading for tlio home. (liven away to those who call for it at our store. GORMAN'S ;1 fo m. m I j b u b m y I7EYSTONE ' Academy I'ACIOKYVILM;, I'A. A refined nch'ol homo. Prepares for tho 1jest ei-llei;. h. ". IkiimuuIi coura s in Music and Art Teuohors' Class yivos best preparation for Teachim,-. (onunerelnl Courso Includes Typewriting red slim thaiul. l'osi ions Tiirol for Graduates, i-oud f r new illustrated circular. M. UjoMl.H, A.M., Principal. IIAHSTEAD. Carrio Snmmertou is visiting Fao...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 July 1894

TKIltl'NE .SUHSCMBKKS gilng out of tlm city fur Hie summer eao have their fitvorlto paper lent to them without extra charge. IN XHIFlilSG CS to change the sutiUess please give the paper's old as well aa Its new destination. Aicjqi'fo)tt)g EIGHT PAGES--5G COLUMNS. SCR ANTON. TA.. TUESDAY MORNING. JULY 17. 1S94. TWO CENTS A COrY. Ti TRIBUTE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION 1101 SGRANTON BUSINESS E9EN THAN ANT OTHER HORNING ?ME L EXPLOSION AT Four Hen and Eight Dorses Killed Others Wounded. Many BOULEVARD BATHED WITH BLOOD While Members of Battery B Are Out for Exerciso tlie Ammunition Cais son of a Hotclikiss Gun Explodes, Sending Shot in Every Direction. Mary of the Soldiers Aro Seriously Wounded and Several Women and Men Who Were Watching the Par ade Are Injured by the Flying Pro jectiles. Cir.c.vno, Julv 10 EXPLODING ehot and shell wrought sickeniug carmine among soldiers, civiliaua and horses this aftcr noon on Graud boulevard, one of Chicago's finest driveway. The bodies cf thr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 July 1894

TI1JE KU1SAJNTUJV 'I'UlUVMJSTVXiOUAX flUKmtt, -JUJI 17, lOifi. BASE ALL The Pbiladclpblans Fall Easy Yicllnu to the Scranton Sludgers. KAZLETONS VANQUISH ALLENT6WN Pottsvillo Taken Into Camp by the Harrisburg Ball Tossers Lancaster Takes a Game from Reading. Standing of the Clubs National and Eastern League Results Base Ball, Bicycling and Horse Notes of Interest to Respective Sport Lovers. TTfHILADE L P II I A'S rin' 1 LlJ J defeat by Scranton ;'VV yesterday enabled ifi-i tho latter club to LiisM fjj move up into third jilnce forcing Putts villa down into fourth position. Al lentown luit its) first gnme of this series to Hnzleton, there by blighting its hopes of being Rbleto win the number of games that Harris burp diil the first season. Lancaster and Harrisburg were also winners yes terday in the crimes with Reading and Pott37ille ruspectively. Tho followiug table gives the per centages, number of games won and lost by each club, and their standing in the league rase- Won. Lost. P...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 July 1894

THE fcCKANTON TBIUUNE-TUESDAY MORNING-. JULY 17, ' lStfl. MATCHLESS SHAW- PIAHOS. STELLE & 8EELEY, 134 WYOMING AVE. HHA1V, KMKltSON, MiW ENGLAND FINEST LINE IN THE CITY F'OK TUB PHICISi, HEW AM) (ECO.M) HAM) ALL l'UICKS PIANOS 1 e ft Foe to Dyspepsia 1 GOOD BREAD USE TOE- ISlliTE And always have Good Bread. KANUFACTCRKD AND FOB SALE TO 1UE THADE Vi The Weston II Co EEWARE CF COUNTERFEITS ) Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIOS G.', 3. St Co., Garney, Brown & Co. JVLVa. DR. H. B. WARS removed to 406 SPRUCE STREET, back of Dime Bank. PEliSONAL Colonel C. H. Mullin is at the Wyomine. It. V. Leslie, of Philadelphia, Is in tho city. II. S. Wilier and family are at the sea shore C. K. Jlanvillc, of Carbondnle, was here yesterday. Mayor Council niade a business trip to Bhnmoliiu yesterday. f-'uperiu tendon t of Schools Phillips has returned from his trip to Philadelphia and At bury Park. Henry Ilener, of tho South Side, will Fail for Germany today on tho Btenmship Liilm. Ho will bo absent ...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 July 1894

4 THE SCKANTON Til UiUKK-TUESDAY B1UKJNJLNG-, 'jULjY 17, lsy. tfy cranfon Zxi&mt i Published daily in Scranton, P IV TMI TnilUN PUBLISHING COMPANY. C. P. KINGSBURY. OKNCRJIL MANAallb Niw YonKOmcti mwn uiidim. r Cray, Manaqcm tNTCRKO AT THC RORTOFFICB T cnANTON. tCfiAKTO:;. JULY 17. ISM. I - - -- - REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. for Governor: DANIEL II. HASTINGS, OF L'KNTHH. For Lieutenant Governor: WALT Eli LYON, OF ALI.EUULNY. Tor Auditor General: A1I08 II. 5IYLIN, OF I.ANCASTKIt. For Secretary of Itfrnal A(Taim JA51KS W. LATTA, Of 1'lllLAUia.l'llIA. for Congrcimnen-at-Lane: WALI'SIIA A. CROW, OF 81S(JBKIIANNA. GEORGE F. HL'Fr, OF WliSTMOHUI.ASU. Elect Ion Time, Nov. 0 Tuk movement that Inn public opinion dt'liiH'mtely arrayed against it need 1101 be surprised at bi'iujc brought to u lialt with an abruptness diseonsol Inj to its impetuous promoters. One Salutary Lesson. It is said that Martin Irons, who luring the (Southwestern strike of 1SSU was for a time a "bigger man than Hraiil"...

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