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

THEY PURCHASE PUBLICITY in journals that are on the up ward jump. V6 EIGHT PAGES 5G COLUMNS. SCRANTON. PA., MONJMY MOKNING. JULY 23. 1S04. TWO CENTS A COPY. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SCRANTON BUSINESS EN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER LIVE BUSINESS ' MEN Don't tio up with down-at- the -heel newspapers. X f SENATORS MAY END THE FARCE It Is Rumored That a Motion lo Postpone In deOnitdj May Be Made. NO SIGN OF A RECONCILIATION The President's Letter Has Been Taken by tho Anti-Administration Element to Moan War to the Knife, and They Declare Their Willingness to Fight it Out on That Line Fore cist of What Promises to Be a Sen sational Week in American Legisla tion. Washington. July 22. 7 LL interest in congress the coming n week centers about the senate, U where tut fat of the tariff bill Liu may bo ilsciOed by the vote Vt be taken on the cunisretic report which is now bdfc.r thai, body for a-jtion. By Tueadsy rUht, hU'.oty of importance to the wbcie coautrjr wi...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 23 July 1894

1IIE SCBANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY MORNING, JULY 23, 1S94. 2 BASE BALL. Icranton Found Things Quito Easj with Bazleton on Saturday. 1LLENT0WN AGAIN DEFEATS PHILADELPHIA Pottsvillo and Lancaster the Other State Leaguo Winners in the Games Played Saturday Standing of the Clubs at the End of the Second Week National and Eastern Leaguo Summaries Base Ball Notes. WO weeks of the I ..........I ca..ar,n in ihtk II pioushipseaaoubnve already putaoJ, with ill the clubs except rtiiludulphlu pluy inn Bnuppy bull. Dnriai: the wvek pimseil Scinutou has made the most cred itable record of anr of the clubs, wlu niug all the gamei it played, and Boiutf from fourth place to the hoad of the list, which poitiou it helda iu conjunction with Allentown, each club having wou nine raous and lost three. l'otHVille ii holditu second place, closely fol lowed by Lancaster. llazleton aud Harrisburg are a tie for fourth pluce, followed by Reading and Philadelphia, the lattur having wou but one game, while it has lost ...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 23 July 1894

THE SCTiANlW TIUJiUNE-MONDAY MORNING. JULY 23. 185)1. 1 IVSATCHU.ESS SHAW PIAHOS. STELLE &. SEELEY, 134 WYOMING AVE. PIAHOS VBEll, SHAW, KMKKSOIf, HEW ENGLAND FINEST LINE IN THE CITY FOR THE) PKICKJt MEW AND "ECOND HAND ALL PRICES ORGANS 0 , - A Foe to Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD -USE THE- And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO HIE TUADE BV The Weston 111 Co EEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS J THE CENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G., B. 8c Co., fmnrlotnii m Each Cluse. Carney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. toLiir Hllt.vit MJtl.liCK. DR. H. B. WARE removed to 406 SPRUCE STREET, back of Dime Bank. PERSONAL. Miss Elizabeth Reedy is visiting Pitts ton friends. Miss Jennie Duffy, of Cirbondale, visited friends in thin city yesterday. W. E. Fiall p&ssed a portiou of last week the guest of Jlontrose frletids. B. T. Antrim and H. Fritz Weber, of Pittston. were in the city yesterday. Miss Ponevieve Kennedy, of Scranton, is passiue a few days with friends in Bing bnmton, Mrs. J...

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

4- J IIE SCI5ANT0N TIIIBUNE MONDAY 3IORNTNG, JULY 2!J, 1894. pubushco daily in 8cranton,. pa.. it thi Trlbu Publuhinu Company. . v , E. P. KINGSBURY, j ' UKIIU IMIIUiai New York Omicb i TmsuNS SimoiNO. Hum C.HAV. MANAttBR. SNTBRtO AT TMB KBTOPFICB AT RCRANTON. RECOMR-GLARR MAIL MATTIR. - fcCUANTOX. JULY 2J. ISOi. REPUBLICAN iiTATt TICKET. for 6'otvrnor; UAMh'Li H. 1IASTI.SU3. ok iK.n:w. for XtVuoiniif (lv'rmtr: WALTER LYON, OI'ALIXtlUUNr. for Auditor Vturrat: AMOS H. MYLIN, OF I.AM'ASTi;it. 1 or iSVcrcnij M riml .1 i'iiirt: JAM.r.S V. LATTA, Of 1'IIII.ADEI.l'JIIA. J or Coniff-wii.' i -n 1-I.v njc: ttALCSUA A. OROW, OIKL'SUOKIIANNA. (IIXllKfK F. HUFF. , or WUSTMOIIIILAND. Election Tlini', Nov. ft We no not lieliove thut Governor Hastings would veto a bill to appro priate money for an ndequate stato hospital In fcurantou. - Need of a New Hospital. The suggestion U niudo by residents of the West .Sldo that if It be the pur pohe of tl:u directors of the Lacka wanna hospital to enlarge t...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 23 July 1894

J TIE fcCItAKTON TBIBUNE-MONDAY HOBNINGt. JULY 23, 1894. 5 You know what you are eating . when you use Its true composition is given on every label. " Pure" and "Sure." Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenuo -"HEW GOODS m DIMITIES, JACONETTES, DOTTED SWISSES, DUCK SUITINGS, PRINTED ORGANDIES. Mears & Hagen , 415 LACKA, AVE. Have your COLLARS starched In tlie 14 way, when yon can have them done with soft, sUable Buttonholes for TWO CENTS EACH. Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY If you want Caf pets. Draperies. Wall Paper or Window Shades, come to us. We have a full line of goods., and our prices are very low. illiams k 127 "Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. i Tribune rem! in Utnvlng for their mininier'H vacation can liavn tlielr faviir lto pit pur Bent to tliom without, rxtni T.wt, by notifying this olllre of tlio dc aireil oIihiikoa in tli p;ijier. uddfe-.. Additional local ou pigo L This evening a special meeting of tho bourd of control will bo held. Today the Hook and Ladder oompiny ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 23 July 1894

THE 5 CE AN TON TEItUNE-XOND AT 1 MORNING. JULY i!3. 18!) 4. CHAPTER IV. There was no bleep for Captain Ches ter the rest of the uight Ho went homo, threw off his Bword bolt and seated him self iu a big easy chair before hid lire place, deep in thought. Ouco or twico he arose and paced restlessly up uud down the room, as he had doue in his cioited talk with Rollins some few hours before. Then he was simply aujjry and argumentative or defamatory. Now he had settled down into a very different framo of mind. Ho seomed awed, stunned, crushed. Ho had all the bearing and mien of ono who, having defiantly predicted a calamity, was thunderstruck by the verification of his prophecy. 'In all his determined arraignment of Mr. Jerrold, in all tho harsh things ho had said and thought of him, he had never imagined any such depth of Bcoundrelism as the revelations of tho sight foreshadowed. Chester differed from .many of his brotherhood. Thoro was no room for rejoicing in his heart that the worst ...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 23 July 1894

mE SCIf ANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY MORNING, JULY 23, 1894. GENERAL NEWS OF la tbe course ot a. somewhat gloomy survey of tbe situation the Euginouriuif and Miniug Journal says: "No im provement bus takon place in the an thracite coal market since lust report. It continues exceedingly dull and de void of 6Dconr8Kiuff features. Prions are still unsettled.' There still remain many who stubbornly mnintsin that the purely nominal advauces mail during tt)e last two months were prise, und that a restriction to CO per cant, of the capacity is sufficient to prevent the demoralization of tha trade. In this v do not believe. Sales, agents inny talk as they will of the stimulutiou t ti (it follows an advance and also thut all their trude in no neoessiirily conducted in competitive points, for most of the comtianies do a certain amount of 'line' business in which they have no com petitors und can therefore ask and presumably obtain, whatever prices they see fit to unme. To-this, leaving abstract fouer...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 23 July 1894

THE SGI? ANTON TKIJJUNE M OND AT - MORNING. JULY 23. 1894; Several Summer Specials 50c. Women's Laundered Shirt "Waists in a larire variety of ..styles; turnover collars and shield fronts. Reduced from . . 85c. and $1. 29c. i "Women'sWoven Cheviots and ShirtWaists. Several different , styles and materials, tucked 'back and front. Sold earlier for $1 and $1.25. Jaconet Duchess A special line of choice styl es and colorings. Theso hand ', some new lawns have been the particular favorite hero for. a month past and each , . day they are shown adds to their popularity. 12 l-2c the yard. Equally beautiful . .. are the French Lawns and ; about one -third tho French price. Printed Percales, 8c. Superior finish and quality, ; attractive coloring, niado to sell for 12 l-2c. Lace Stripe Ginghams, 15c From the best Scotch makers; brought across the ocean to sell for 25c. I Standard Black Hose W arranted not to crock nor stain the feet or underwear ' Every pairnot answering this : sruarantee may...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 24 July 1894

LIVE BUSINESS MEN Dou't tia up with down-at-the -heel newspapers. TIIEY PURCHASE PUBLICITY in journals that are on the up ward jump. .1 jaw WWW r W WW EIGHT PAGES--5G COLUMNS. 8CKANTON, PA.. TUESDAY MOKNINQ. JULY 24. 1894. TWO CENTS A CCTY. THE -TBIBUNE.HAS" A LflBBEB BONA FIDE CIBCULAfiDM l AMOG SCRflNTON BUSINESS HEN TH1 W OTHER I " i . - zr: GORMAN FLAYS TIE PRESIDENT UHME Scathing Arraignment of Presi dential Interference with Legislation, CLEVELAND IS CHARGED WITH RANK DUPLICITY The Maryland Senator Proves That He Had .Repeatedly Assented to the Bill THE MR IS ON NOW x IN LITERAL EARNEST Memorable Scene in the Senate in Which the President of the United States Is Held Up to Scorn by Lead ing Members of His Own Party, Who Convict Him .of Deceit, Perfidy and Double Dealing Packed Gal leries Applaud the Telling Points of the Maryland Orator and Tender Him an Ovation at the Conclusion of His Masterly Effort. Washington, July 23 OT for many a yoar bus the Semite rhmnhnr riMi na It i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 24 July 1894

TIIE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING,' JULY 24,' 1894. BASE BALL ScrantoD Wins Us Ninth Consecutive Victory a la Garrison. POTTSVILLE CGULD NOT REACH US Allentown. Also, Administers Defeat to the "Only Meany" Lancaster and Reading the Other Victors of Stato League Games Standing of the Clubs National and Eastern League Results Base Ball and Gen eral Sporting News. LLENTOWN and Scrunton still ra- tie for first tbo Stat cbamiilon- abip race, the for mer havinj won yesterday from Ilur risbnrg und the lat ter from PotUTille. Lancaster, by it victory over Fbila- delpUiq, passes Pottsvillt and goes iuto second position, while Reading's vio tory over Hazletoii euables the formor to pass bo tli Ilarrisbarg and llazleton und go into fourth place, leaving tba former two clubs a tie for fiftb place, and Philadelphia uudisputed possessor of tba tail cud. The following table jrives tbo per centages of the clubs, tba number of games won and lost br each, nud their standing in the cuiuuplonship...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 24 July 1894

THE SCTJANTON TKIBUNE-TUfiSDAY MORNING. JULY 24. 181)4. 3 MATCHLESS SHAW. PI ADS. STELLE & SEELEY, 134 WYOMING AVZ. KKW ENGLAND FINEST LINE IN THE CITY POR THE PRICE, MEW AND ECOKD HAM) ALL MUCKS GOOD BREAD -USE THE- And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO TI1E TRADE hi The Weston MID Co, EEWARS OF COUNTERFEITS THE GENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS B. & Co,, fmnrlnfad nn Enrih Clflftf. Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. (tlLKi HIIU.lK DUIJAI1K. DR. H. B. WARE removed to 406 SPRUCE STREET, back of Dime Bank. PERSONAL. S. W. EiiRar and family have gone to Lilly lane icr toe bummer. Charles It. Connell Iff t vesterdny for XT... T I. 1... . iirw j 111 k (in n ousiuess trip. Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Myers are visit ing friencln ot Hiirrisburg. Mr. Stephens, of North Abinton town siiip, wa a visiior to tbo city yesterday. Miss Mnrpby, of BinKhumtou, is the guest of Miss iinry McHaie, of Duumore. Police Officers James Soul nnd J. F, Jo ;en yesterday entered o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 24 July 1894

TUB SCR ANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY 3IORNING, JULY 24, 1894. e'ctanfonri6tttte PUdisHio DAILY IN SCIUNTON, P.. V T Trisunc publishinq Company. I. P. KINGSBURY, Ww Vou Ofhoi i Tiiiiim Iuiloik. ha Cray, Manuih. i 1 CNTCRID T THK PoaTOfftCI AT CHANTON. Mm KCONB-CkA MAI1 MATTKN. fcCK ANTON". JULY S4. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. i ur Governor! DANIEL II. HASTINGS, W rKNTKII. I or Lhutcnmit Cn urninr: WAI1KR l.YOX, Of ALLEUIIKNV. or Auditor Crntrnl: AMOS H. MYUN, Ot I.AXCAMEK. Secretary of Itirnut AH'iiir: JAMKS W. I.ATTA, Of I'lJII.UlKll'MIA. J or Coivjrcsitnt cn -at-Lury?: 0A1.USHA A. liROW, Ok' SUSyUKIIANNA. r.EORUK V. HUPP, Of W KSl-UlMtKLANU. I-lcctlon Time, Nov. 0. Tun estkkmkl) Sciantou Truth will pardon u for asking upon what ground it " takes it" tlmt Thk Tkihuxe "o jioscs compulsory arbitration." Wo are not aware of ever having Miid so; and we do have a distinct recollection of having repeatedly said to the con trary. Gorman's Terrific Arraignment. Not since the exciting days of ante bel...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 24 July 1894

THE KCKAKTON Tli 1 1JUNE-TUESDAY MORNING. JULY 24, 185M. 5 m Experience agree that of all CLEVELAND S "IS THE BEST. Norrmanfi Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avonuo NEW GOODS IS DIMITIES, JACONETTES, DOTTED SWISSES, DUCK SUITINGS, PRINTED ORGANDIES. Mears & Hagen 115 LACKA. AYE. DOFT Have -your COLL A 118 starched In the ell Vray, whn you can hare them done with sort, tillable Buttonholes for TWO CE.NI8 EACH. Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY If you want Carpets. Draperies, Wall Paper or Window Shades, come to us. V fe have a full line of goods, and our prices are very 'low. Williams & McAnulty 127 Wyoming Ave. To my friends: I hereby announce that I will be a candidate for the nomi nation of district attorney, before the Republican County convention. JOHN R. JONES. CITY NOTlvS. Tribune reader, leaving for their nimmir'i vacation enn huvu their favor. It paper n:t tn tliem without extra ct, by nollfvlnij tills ofllcn if tliu lo ird change In tliu paper's Hililre... Corcoran & Dono...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 24 July 1894

6 TJIE ECBAKTON TlilEUNE TUESDAY MORNING. JULY !S4. 184. I lll'vmOHTl004"BY,THC J.B UPPINCOTT Ca,"" CHAPTER V. Before 7 o'clock that same morning Captain Choster had conio to the con elusion that only one courso was loft opon for hiui. After tho brief talk with Sloat at tho office ho had increased tho perplexity and distress of that easily muddled soldier by requesting his com pany in a brief visit to tho stables and corrals, A "square" and reliable old veteran was tho quartermaster sergeant who had chargoof those establishments. Chester had known him for years, 'and his fidelity and honesty wero matters tho officers of his former regiment could not too highly commend. When Ser geant Park3 made an official statement, thore was no shaking its solidity. Ho slept iu a little box of a liouso close by the eutruueo to tho main stable, in which wero kept tho privato horses of several of tho officers, and among them Mr. Jerrold's, and it was his boast that day or night no horso left that st...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 24 July 1894

TIIE SCEANTON TRIUUXE-TUESUAY MOKNING, J VLY IS4, 1S3M. REPUBLICANS REAUARNEST Soma memorable Outside Incidents of the National Campaign of 1883. HOW QUAY SAVED THE CONTEST Captain Oelaney Relates Reminis cences of Interest in Connection with the Appointment of His Friend, General Kerwin, as Police Commis sioner Under Mayor Gilroy Secre tary Windom's Lukewarmness Con trasted with the Generosity of Ex-Senator Piatt Other Remom brances of a Notable Political Battle. Siteciflto the Scranton Tribune. Uaruisbuko, July 23 THE otfcer day it wss noted iu the New York papers Hint Captain John U D.-hiuoy. of this city, formerly or Lucks wanna county, hail written to Muyor Oilroy, of New York city, a warm letter of Itulorss msut beoauso of liis uppointuient of General Kerwin to a police comuiis Bionerahip. The esteem in which Gen eral Kerwin is held by Pennsylvania veterans, no less than bis deserveJ eminoncs as a representative Irish-' American, made this appointineut so unco subject of (jeue...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 24 July 1894

' y i THE SCTl ANTON" TKIJJUNE TUESDAY MOUNLNG. ' JULY 24, 189 f. COST DOESN'T GOVERN PRICE LADIES' Duck Suits : Elegant Material, Stylish Cut, Broad Revers, Proper Set, Wide Hems, full sweep of Skirt. Nothing mean or skimped. Generous value in every stitch. . Ladies' Duck Suits White Ground, with Bine Stripes : Now $1,79 WeM3. My Blue Ground, with White : Dot, Now $2.69 w ere SJ.75. Plain Tan, Now $2,98 Were $ 1. White Ground, either Blue or Black Figure, Now $3,15 Were ft Light Blue Ground, with White Polka Dot, Now $3,25 Were $i. This value shrinkage is simply awful, and summer only half over. GORMAN'S Clark's Green. Mr. A. D. Copelaud, of Nebraska, a former resident here, is now visiting ai ner cousins. Mrs. A. 1. Aclterly, and other relatives, having been absent for tome twenty-fire years. Mr. Williams, of Scranton. bat pur chased four acres of land adjoining F. H. Greene's of N. S. D.ivis, ex oountv superintendent, and will erect a residence theron at once. George Wells and fa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 25 July 1894

LIVE BUSINESS MEN Don't t up with down- at- tho - heel newspas. THEY rUIiCIIASE PUBLICITY in journals that are on tho up ward jump. , V EIGII,r AGES--5G COLUMNS. SCRANTON. PA.. WEDNESDAY MOHNIXQ, JULY 23. 1894. TWO CENTS A COrY. Hit TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER' BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AWSCRI S MEN THAI ANY OTI WwliPSi S jiypJiiJ MM BUSIilES 6 HKH1IIS PAPER HILL DEFENDS THEJESIDEiT Likens the Senatorial Conspiracy to Ibat Wliicli Slew Julius Caesar. IS GROVER'S CASSIUS Senator Jones, of Arkansas, in This Modern Tragedy, Plays the Part of Noble Brutus, Senator Vest Plays Envious Casca, Senator Voorhees, Trebonius, and the Distinguished Gentleman from Tennessee, Mr. Harris, Is Cast for the Role of . Cinna And tho End Is Not Yet. Washington. July 24 THE most entertaining ami remark able nature in thesr'at national performance on the flior of th senate whs the part pluyed in it today by Senator Hill as the defender Df President Cleveland urfainst the us Biiult of Democratic senators in connec tio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 25 July 1894

THE SCItANTON TRIBUNEWEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 25, 1894. X BASE Poltsvllle Loses the Second Game of tha Series to Scranloo. ALLERTOVN BEATS HARRISCURG Hazletcn Turns the Tables on Read ing and Wins the Second Game. Rain Prevented the Came Between Lancastsr and Philadelphia Stand" ing of the Clubs National and Eastern League Results Base Ball, Bicycle and General Sporting News Briefly Chronicled. S n result of yostur- terdtiy 8 btate leui;ne bt.so ball couteats the ti botweeti Scruutou and Al leutown fur Cit place reuiuini un broken, the former having won a will played uauio from Poituvilla and the latter from Harris bur;. At Reading the boiue team, lout the second Ram of tbe serUs to ilazle ton, tbiis changing pluses with that club mid goiuij into fifth pluoe. Riiu interfered with the game Bctieiluled to be played at Lancaster with tbe Phila delphia club. The positions of tbe other Statu 1 limit) clubs therefore remains tin cliauc'd. Tho following table ftives the per centages of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 25 July 1894

Jill'; MJliAJVlUJN TmiiUINi; WrJDiNJ'JSlJAI JVIjX J5. MATCHLESS SHAW PIAHOS. STELLE & SEELEY, 34 WYOMING AVE. VBEB, SHAW, KMt:itSON, I.KW1.NGLAND FINEST LINE IN THE CITY F'OI THI3 PKICB, WF.W AN1 lECOND 1I.M ALL l llltl S GOOD BREAD -USE THE And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO THE TKADE BV The Weston MID Co EEWARE 0? COUNTERFEITS ) THE fiPNWNF. POPUUB Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G. B. 4 Co,, Garney, Brown & Co. Tilfr's. Dr. H. B. WARE PRACTICE LIMITED TO THE EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT 406 Spruca Street. Office Hours 9 TO 11.30 2 to 5. PERSONAL. Dr. D. T3. Hand has returned and will be at his oflice from 8 a. m. to 3 p. m. Thomas Fay, of Cbicazo, is a guest of M. T. Howler. V. S. KiMinnerer was a visitor to Ply mouth yesterday. Harry Streeter, of Towandi, was en gaged on business here vesterdav. E Iward WcCnurt and Bister Lizzie loft last niRht for the Thousand Islands. JI. W. O'Donncll, of Ringhnmtnn, is cir culiiting iu the city among his friouds. Mip...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 25 July 1894

TIIE SCBANTON TRIBTOE-WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 25, 18!)4. Published daily in Scranton, P. f Tni THIOUN PUBLISHINO COMPANY. C. P. KINGSBURY, New Your Of net QMAY, MANAGE. thiivni auiLDiN. ruM ft tNTCRCD AT THK KTOFrict AT CRAMTON ICONa-OLAS MAIL HATTXN. fCKANTOX. JULY 23, KtPUBUCAN STATE TICKET. For Gowrntir: DANIEL II. HASTIX03, r ( K.weu. J or Lieutenant (h-rrrnor; WALT Kit LYON, 01' ALI.hl.llliNY. lor Auditor (Ittirrnl: AMOS 11. MYLIN, 01' l.ANCAsTlilt. lor Secretary vf Ilvrmil Affair! J.UUCS V. LATTA, lit' 1'lllI.ANEMMlIA. lor tonr,rc$smcti-nt-Latie: UALUsSIIA , OROW. 01' SU8;CKIIANNA. CEOliCii; I". Oi' WE.STMOKELA.ND. Election Time, Nov. 0. That "town war Scrautou" will need to bo good, to deserve the high honor of its propinquity. The Poor Pay of Teachers. The salaries paid to tho public school teachers in this city compare favorably with those paid for similar work iu corresponding cities iu tho state. Sev eral months ago, in demonstration of this assertion, wo punted comparati...

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