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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 31 July 1894

THEY PURCHASE PUBLICITY in journals that are on the up ward jump. An EIGHT PAGES--5G COT.Tr"-jU SCRANTON. TA.. TUESDAY MOUSING. JULY 31. 1894. TWO CENTS A COrY. ,-- THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FEOE CIRCULATION A1SI SGRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHE PAPER LIVE BUSINESS MEN Don't tia tip with down- at- the - heel newspapers. R MORNING THE STATESMEN ARE WHIG democratic Tariff Coni'crrecs Still at Among Themselves. War REPUBLICANS ARC SPECTATORS The Senate and House Conferees Are Unable to Agree Upon Various Items of the Tariff Bill and Each Faction Proposes to Stand by Its Colors Deadlock Liable to Last Until Next March Republicans Are Ready to Vote at Any Time. Washington. D. C. Jnlv 00. IFIEN ttio tar.ff conferee met to day nt 1 o'clock Senator Harris called tln ni to order and in 11 brief speech referred to th condition of Mr. Voorhees, chairman of the senate finance committee, who, ho said, whs a very sick man and wus worse today than he ban been at auy time since he became ill...

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. — 31 July 1894

TIH3 SCKANTOH TEIBUITE-TtUISDAT MOIEITKrO. JULY 31, 1S94. BASE BALL Scrantoa Equals Harrlsburg's Famous Ban ot Fifteen StralfiLt Victories. JA5EY MOT'S men GO down In a Game of Both Loose and Bril liant Playing Allentown Loses to PottsviMa and Hazleton to Lancaster. The Phillies Loss to Reading. Standing of the Clubs National and Eastern League Results Inter esting Base Ball and Bicycle Chat. NOTHER victory was th reward ot fTH Ser an ton's ball L.-sfCi VaI 3 ulnyers yesterday, while Kelly's Al lentowu coutingeut enffjrtd defeat at 1 he bunds of the Pottsville team. Tfan the slight gap separating the two furmer clubs Trail result of yesterday's Btute Ltagu giu. Pottiville holds on to third pluae, cloialy followed by Lancaster, whose position is strength ened by its Tietory oyer Huzleton. Beading was also victorious yesterday defeating the Philadelphia. The following table gives the per centages of the clubs, the number of games won and lost by each, and their standing in the champio...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 31 July 1894

TUE SCTtANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNINGr, JULY 31. 1894. MATCHLESS SHAW PIANOS. STELLE & SEELEY, 134 WYOMING AVE. VZBEB, SIIAW, EMERSON, NEW ENGLAND FINEST LINE IN THE CITY FOR THE PRICED MEW AND fECOND HAKD ALL FRICES GOOD BREAD -USE THE And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO THE TRADE BY The Weston ill Co EEWARE 0? COUNTERFEITS I THE 6EMUINE POPULAR Punch Cigaro HAVE THE mmvs G. B. Be Co., Imprinted nn Eflrih 01rgr. Garney, Brown & Co. MIT's. Dr. H. B. WARE PRACTICE LIMITED TO THE EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT , 406 Spruce Street. Office Honrs: jS1,1-80-( 2 TO 5. PERSONAL. Miss Gilmore, of Scranton, recently visited Miss Nellie Knight, of West Pitts ton. Miss Nellie Campbell, of West Pittston, h is been visiting her sister, Mrs. C. K Piyor, of Scranton. Mr. and Mrs. Alex McCullock, of Pres cott avenue, ure spending their vucatiou at Delaware Water Gap. Mrs. II. A. Bushnell and Miss May Jones leave tbia morning for a two weeks' visit with irieuus nt Windsor, N. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 31 July 1894

THE SCRANTON TllIIJUWE TUJCSDAY 'MOBHINO. J ULiY 31, 18J4. puslishco daily in 8cranton, fa., iv tni Taibun Puiushino. Company. C. P. KINGSBURY, im ( NiwYeAAOrnoii Taisuni luiioid. tmuM Irav, Manaakh. INTIAI AY YMt MSTOPFiei AY CRANYOK, a IOONMUII MAIl HAYYH. "Printers' lull," the recognized Journal fur advertisers, rutos the U ANTON TlillilM; ii the boat advertising medium In Northeastern Pouuaylvitni. "Printers' Ink" kuum. SCRANTOX. JULY 31. ISM. RIPUBLICAN STATE TICKET". For Governor: DANIEL H. HASTINGS, Ot'CENTIilt. Tor Lieutenant Governor: WALTER LYON, OF ALI.KUUKNY. for Auditor General: AMOS U. 1IYLIM, Ol' LANUAKTKK. For Secretary of Iternal Affairs: JAMES W. LATTA, OF 1'IIILAUEI.PIIIA. For Congrewnnen-at-Lanje: OALU8HA A. GROW, Ol'bl'ggUEHANNA. GEORGE F. HUFF, OC WKSTMOltE.ANO. Election Time, Nov. & The wak of Cbiua tiguinst Japnn Is a case of numbers against brains; ami we shouldn't bo surprised to see bruhi9 via. Planning; to Kill, Eeadiug about the qualities of tho deat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 31 July 1894

THE SCBAXTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING, JULY !U, 1894. One : rounded If Xteaspoonfuljof EEEs 'does more' and betterjvvork I than'aheapingjyX jj teaspoonful of . others, xiiii A Cleveland Baking Powder Co., New York, ff tocessor to Cleveland BrMher Norrman& Moore . FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue DOH'T Have your COLLARS starched In the old wy, when yon can have them done with uott, DUable Buttonhole! tor TWO CENTS EACH. Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY WE ARE OFFERING FOE A FEW DAYS: Whipcords Jacquards Serges Henriettas AiND Fancies FORMERLY 75o. and $1, for ONLY 59c. In every desirable shade. Hears & Hagen 115 LACKA, AYE. 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. 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 NOTES. Tribune reader leaving- for tlinlr inmmer'i ve...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 31 July 1894

6 TJJJfl ECHAKTOK1 TlilBUNE-TUESDAT MOItNING. JULY 31. 1804. CHAPTER XIV. Tuesday and the day of the long pro jected german Lad come, and if ever a lot of garrison people were wishing theinelve3 well out of a Carry it was the social cirole at Sibley. Invitations had been sent to all tho prominent peo ple in town who had shown any interest in the garrison since the regiment's ar rival; beautiful favors had been pro cured; an elaborate supper had been pre pared, the ladies contributing thoir efforts to tho salads and other solids, the officers wisely confining thoir dona tions to the wines. It was rumored that, new and original figures were to be danced, and much had been said about this foature in town, and much speculation had bcou indulged in, but the Bcoubion residence had been closed ttntil the previous day. Nina was away with her mother and beyond roach of question, and Mr. Jerrold had not shown his face in town since her de parture. Nor was ha accessible whon visitors Inquired ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 31 July 1894

THE SCKANTON .TRIBUTE-TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 31, 1894. 7 S OF One the members ot Professor Heil prin't traveling class iu neology which recuntly left Pbiladolphia on a scieu tltla pilgrimage to the Palisades of the Hudson, to the ice cares and waterfalls Dear tbe Upper Dslaware river and flunlly to tbe anthracite coal region, writes aa follow concerning the local portion of the class' itinerarr: "From Port Jerrii we went by train to Hones dale, where we tooli an obserratlon oar on the gravity road for Carbondale. We bad delightful ride for quits a distance, when suddenly our train topped, and after waiting for a while word came to us tb t 'the engine bad bunted,' and we would probably be de tained for eoine time. Wo entertained ourselves exploring tbe region, and w,re finally delisted by th appear ance of a fine large bear, led by two Frenchmen. The bear was from the Pyrenees mountains and could dance, turn somersault, shake hands, and flunlly climbed a telegraph pole almost to the t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 31 July 1894

a: THE SCRANTON TRIBUNETUESDAY MOKNTNGr. JULY 31, 1894: The Brooklyn Bridge For Sale. Not in blocks of five, but two blocks for five. Not tho bridge that spans tho East river between the cities of New York and Brook lyn, but the one that adorns our north window. The white bridge, as unique in its way as the White City; made not of steel, but Cas tile Soap--7,000 cakes being used In the construction. The Soap is a pure Castile, so pure that it will iloat; and in order to introduce it to the people of Scranton in a fit ting way, wq havo had this beau tiful bridge constructed. It is a work of art, a thing of beauty ,and worth coming to see. Don't fail to bring the children along. The Soap will be sold 2 Cakes for 5 Cents. Don't fail to lay in a good sup ply, and as our reserve stock is limited, it will bo impossible for us to let tho bridge remain long intact A REMINDER Let us remind you of a number of Bargains in connection with our Mid-Summer Sale, now going on: Ladies? Wrappers, ass...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 1 August 1894

LIVE BUSINESS TIIEY PU11CIIASE PUBLICITY in journals that are on the up ward jump. ltd ' 1 - ' I 'newspapers. EIGHT PAGES 5 G COLUMNS. KCRANTON. PA.. WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1. 1S04. TWO CENTS A COPY. M TrTbONE HAS A LA sJSrA I MP' Of II TEA LAND The Chen-Yuen, China's Most Formidable Battle Ship, Is Destroyed. STORIES OF BRUTALITY ARE DENIED The Japanese Claim That Inhumanity in Warfare Is Not the Policy of That Country Reports Received from Shanghai Have Been Distorted by English Correspondents The Chin ese Said to Have Opened the Battle Which Resulted So Disastrously from Their Standpoint. Shanguai, Jnly St. EWS has jast teen received here of a desperate battle b.-tweon the fleets of China and Japan, in wbich the Chinese were de- tented and th Chen-Yuen, the largest battleship but one in tun Cbiueseser vice, was cui.k and two other larue Chi nese ves'els, 8 lid to b first-class crui sers, captured or destroyed. The battle was hotly contested, but the Japanese seem to have handl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 1 August 1894

THE SCIiANTON TBIBUNE "WEDNESDAY MOIHTIKQ, AUGUST 1, 1594. SE ScrantOD, by Mating Hrrrisburg, Hakes It Sixteen Straight Games Woi KGOSON SUPERIOR TO HEART. Allcntown, Hazleton and Readlns the Other Victors in the State League Games Played Yesterday Standing of the Clubs-National and Eastern Leanua Results Base Ball, Eicy cte, Turf, and General Sporting News Entertainingly Chronicled, CRANTON ynster- ITTTTTlv - t,c"Pg0l a" U..il.Ll,i. records heretofore V.sK r'.i& JJ made in tuo Penu--lr 'lVr evlvaniit Suite lea ," 4yV KW of base ball b V s C'V1S j winning "" . i lur Nixteetit!: con I 'V", sccutivu victory, V, j tlie lust fourteen wqM of which were scheduled to be prayed nud wore won ou the homo grounds. She thus makes her pojitiou at tiio top of the jwrcentiiire column mora sc-euro, and in the event of her wiuuiii;? but a fair shur" of the games scheduled to be played nway from home, will undoubtedly fimsa the sea son na the champions. Alientowti. lI.izlr.toa und Handing wore t!...

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

THE SCTiAWTON !TOIJTOiTE- WEDNESDAY MORTQBTCr. AUGUST 1. 1S1M. MATCHLESS SHAWPIAHOS. STELLE & SEELEY, 134 WYOMING AVE. VADV.H, 811 AW, EMIvItSOW, NEW ENGLAND FINEST LINE IN THE CITY POR TUB PKICE. WEW AND (ECOND II AND ALL PRICES GOOD BREAD -USE THE- And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO THE TRADE BY The Weston Mil Co lEWaHB OF COUNTERFEITS I THE 6ENUINE POPUUR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G.. B. S Co, fmnrlnfH nn Earth C'quf. Carney, Brown & Co. Mfr'a. (Mill l liOtsli SUliAiitt. Dr. H. B. WARE FHACTICE LIMITED TO THE EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT 40S Spruce Street. Office Honrs: j?1,1-80-( 2 TO 5. PERSONAL. Miss Ethel Riuker is visiting friends in West Pittston. HuRh Kennedy, of Scranton, spent Sun day in Pittston. Bprt Bingham, of Danraore, visited West Pittstuu friends Sunday. Miss Adolia Ponwarden is visiting friends in H'aymart and Carbondale. R. Ernest Comegys, the real estate dealer, has gone to the sea shore for ten duyp. Mioses Nellie Charles and Su...

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

4 TIIE RCHANTON TRIBUKE "WEDNESDAY MORENO. AUGUST 1, 1894. PUSllSHtD DAILY IN OCRKNTON, t TMI TniBUN PUBLISHINO COMPANY. K. P. KINGSBURV. OENCRAL MANAUa NcwYoaxOrncci TmauNt uploik. turn Cmav, Manaocn- KNICRKD AT THE POTOF.IC AT CAAHTOII. M.. ECONS'CLASS MAIL MATTIII. 'I'vliilciV luL," tlio rci-ojjnlxcd journiil 'fnr itilvrrilscrs, rnt.-i tlm SCU ANTON 'i 111 HI M:a tlio licst mlvirtlHliiu motllmii in Nortluninluiu 1'uuusylvuuio. ''i'rlnteriT luK" knows. FCKANTON. AL'liUST I, ISM. RtPUULICAN &TATE TICKET. for C'yiYiiior; DAMELlt. HASTINGS, VV l-KNTKlt. lor LUvU ikiii l)UTiiiir,- v.ui-:t; i.yon, HI ALl.i:i!LNV. for Xudifur (.'eiicnil.- AMOS If. MYt.tX or i..s-a.ti:k. For Secrttttri) vf mr.Ml .irni.: JAMES W. l.ATl'A, Ob' I'lllIAHl-l 1'tll V. ic-i- Coi,rt'..iKe.i-rt,'-.(ri(-: GAl.l'SIl A A. GROW, or srsi;n:!iAN.NA. i,i:oi:(;t: r. hut, Ol' Wl VI'MOHKI.AXU. rlcc-tlon Tim I Tin; Lkxow i-.u-Uiou into municipal rotti-ntu'.-s U iiipUlly I'oi-imiinj' i-pi-ili-mic, lu'. ihiM-u atv Mill se...

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

THE ANTOX TIUKUNE-WEKNESDAY . MOUSING, AUGUST .1, 1S91. 5 ' The strength of- Cleveland's baking' powder comes from purer cream of tartar and soda only. It effervesces more slowly than powders containing alum, ammonia or tartaric acid. (Pure) feurej To have the best results ; REMEMBER,' the oven should not lie too hot, and it is not necessary to hurry the dough into the oven. Cleveland Killing Powder Oo.,New York, SuccoMHor to Cleveland Itrothera. Norrmanfi Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenuo XDOISTT Et your COLLARS starched In the old way, when yon can have thorn dono with sofH phable Buttonhoki tor TWO CEM'1'8 EACH. Lackawanna 1 HE LAUNDRY WE AUE OFFERING FOR A FEW DAYS: Whipcords Jacquards Serges Henriettas A.VD Fancies FORMERLY 75c. and $1, for ONLY 59c. Ia every desirable shade. lears I Hagen 415 LACKA. AYE, 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 Wyoming Ave. To my friends: I her...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 1 August 1894

THE SCBANTON TRIBUNE WEDNESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 1. 1894. CHAPTER XV. Tuosd:vy still, and all manner of thing!) lnul huppi'iiud and wero still to huppuu iu tho hurrying hours that fol lowed Sunday night. The garrison woke at Tuesday's rovcillo iu much perturba tion of spirit, as has boon said, but by 8 o'clock and breakfast tinio ono cause of perplexity was at an end. Relief had come with Monday alteruoou and Alice Kenwick's letter saying she would not attend tho geriuan, and now still great er relief in the news that sped from mouth to mouth Lieutenant Jerrold wus iu close arrest. Armitago and Chester had teen again iu consultation Monday night, said tho gossips, and something new had been discovered no one knew just what and the toils had settled upon Jerrold's handsomo head, and now ho was to bo tried. A usual iu such cases, tho news camo iu through tho kitchen, and most oflieers beard it at the breakfast tablo from tho lips of their better halves, who could hardly find words to ex...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 1 August 1894

THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MOtlNING, AUGUST 1, 1894. s OP The Washington correspondent or the Syruonae Post sees trouble ahead for the Democratio party if the Oor mon duty of 40 cents tier ton be kept on bituminous coal, and this is how be figures it out: "William C. Whitney is a great political captain and he has many able lieutenants, who will always be devoted to him. Ha was the con trolling spirit of the Chicago conven tion, and it was bis master mind tbat organized and directed the campaign that terminated in the triumphant eleotion of bis personat friend, Grover Cleveland. He had a right to expect the most substantial recognition of bis services, and Cleveland bas ull tho while been planning to discharge his obligation to Whitney. No ordinary cabinet porfolio with social distinction and the possibilities of amassing a few paltry hundred thousand dollars at tsched, would do this time. Ha drained a Cabinet goblet to the dregs in the first reign of Grover, and it was unsati...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 1 August 1894

8 THE SCKAKTON TRIBUNE WEDNESDAY MORNING. AT GUST 1. 1894; The Brooklyn Bridge For Sale. Kot in blocks of five, but two Wocks for live. Not the bridge that spans tho East river between the cities of New York and Brook lyn, but tho one that adorni our north window. Tho white bridge, ns unique iu its way as tho White City; made not of steel, but Cas tile Soap 7,000 cakes being used in tho construction. Tho Soap is a pura Castile,so pure that it will iloat; and in order to introduce it to the people of Scranton iu a fit ting way, we have bad this beau tiful bridge constructed. It is a work of art, a thing of beauty ,and worth coming to see. Don't fail to bring the children along. The Soap will bo sold 2 Cakes for 5 Cents. Don't fail to lay iu a good sup ply, and as our reserve stock is limited, it will be impossible for ns to let the bridge remain loug intact. , A REMINDER Let ns remind you of a number of Bargains in connection with our Mid-Summer Sale, now going on: Ladies' Wrappers, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 2 August 1894

LIVE BUSINESS MEN Don't tia up with down- at- the heel newspapers. THEY PURCHASES .-s PUBLICITY in journals. ' at are on the up ward jump. m ri e raw smv n pi xi m m EIGHT PAGES--5G COLUMNS. SCRAXTON. PA., THURSDAY MORNING-. AUGUST 2. 1S04. , TWO CENTS A COPY. THE TRIBUNE HAS II LARGER BONA FIDE ClSCBLflTlOH flMOHG SCRAHTOH BUSINESS MEH TKHH Ally OTHER MORHINC PftPER y WAR OPENED IN EARNEST Japan Issued Her Ofllcial Proclamation at Noon Yesterday. AN APOLOGY MADE TO THE ENGLISH War Is Formally Declared by Japan. The Government Did Not Know That the Kow Shing Was an Eng. lish Vessel Spain Views the Situa tion with Anxiety and Buys War Equipments Notes of the Conflict. London, Aug. 1. EXCHANGE Telegraph company announces that WBr between China and Japan was formally dpclared at noon today by Japan, 'i he Japanese minister, at S o'clock this afternoon, informed the Earl of Kiuiberlev, the secretary of state for foreign affairs, that a state of war ex ists between Japan and China. Hugh ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 2 August 1894

THE SCRANTON THIBTTN'E THURSDAY MOItNING. AUGUST 2, 1894. BASE BALL Scranton Breaks Away from Her Remarkable Winning Gilt READING DID IT QUITE HANDILY Darkness Prevents Finishing of Game at Harrlsburg with Allentown. Pottsville and Lancaster the Other State League Winners Standing of the Clubs National and Eastern League Summaries Notes of the National Pastime. FTER winning six teen straight Kames, Scranton yvsterday , Buffered defeut ut the bunds ot Torrey sou's Reading blue oladknickerbockers. At Harrisburg durk ness uloue rrevent ed tbe Allentown atfgregatiyu f roin re nuivini- a dose o( de feat by Jakey Hnston's first season's champions. Manager Rmdull's PnUa delphls colts lost to Lancaster and Pottsville moves np tbe column by de Tenting Huzteton, The following table gives the per centages of the clubj, tbe number of gumes won and lost by each, and their standing in the championship race: Won. Lost. PorC't. Fcrauton If 4 .810 5 .750 9 .550 10 .500 It .45') 13 .419 ia .a50 17 .1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 2 August 1894

T11E SCTl ANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY MORNING. AUGUST 2. 18!)4. STELLE & SEELEV 134 Wyoming Ave. ORGANS V will show you what you want. (If-oe to Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD -USE THE- SNOW WHITE FLOUR NEWS 1 I SIDE Hiss McHugh's Party for Miss Murphy, of Blnghamton. LARGELY ATTENDED RECEPTION A Pol jider Thinks He Can Get More Aldermanlc Justice in the Central City Prospective Lecture on Japan by a Native of That Country The Grounds of the Scranlon Field Club Attract Favorable Notice. ' And always) have jood Brejid. 1IANUFA; TJRED ANE FOR BALE TO THE TKADlE BY The Westo i ill Co, EEWARB J? .COUNTERFEITS ) Bright lights wer flashinj? in Boers' hull ou North Main avenue last even ing, the occasion being a recaption in honor of Miss Winifred Murphy, of Iiinghauiton, eiven by Miss Kate Mo ling!, of 1034 Lafayette street at whose home she is at present a guest. The party assemble! nt Miss McIIngh's home and about A 30 o'clock adjourned to Beers' ball. The hall was tastefully fitted up for the oco...

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

TIIE FCKANTON TltfRTJNE THURSDAY MORNING. AUGUST 2, 1894. PUSUSHIO DAILY IN SCRkNTON, P., VI THI Tmavata PutusHiNa Comph. . . . fc . KINOSBURV, KNI.Al MANAMA IDIOM- nwn rav, Makabii. INTCRID AT TMK MVTOPriOB AT eORANVON. teens-aura "Ail matts. "Frlntrnt' Ink," tlio recognized journal far advertisers, rates the hCRAMTUN TElUL'N'Uaathe best ltd vertlslns; medium In Northeastern l'juusyl vanla. "Printers' Ink" know. ECRANTON. AUOU3T a 1894. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor: DANIEL H. HASTINGS, Of CENTi.lt. for Lieutenant Givernor: WALTER LYON, Ol' ALLLUUKNY. For Auditor Gtneral: AMOS H. MYLIN, Or LANCASTER. For Secretary of Iternal Affairt; JAMES W. LATTA, OV PHILADELPHIA. for Conpreisman-at-Large: UALUSHA A. GROW, OK SUByCKHANNA. G120KGE K. HUFF, OF WKSTMOltELAND. Flection Time, Nov. U Nothing is too good for Serantou iang, not even Eastern league base ball. Strikes Do Not Pay. Kobert Layton, formerly immigrant inspector at Pittsburg, has made a clow study of the labor problem, s...

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