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

THEY TUHCIIASE PUBLICITY in journals that are on the up ward jump. EIGHT PAGES--5G COLUMNS. HCIl.VNTON. PA.. WEDNESDAY MOftXIXG. AUGUST S, lSi4. TWO CENTS A COrY. THE TRIBUilE IMS A LARGER BONA FIDE UATfQr. MM SC nrM TIIIUI fiRIW HTIS R MORNING PAPER LIVE BUSINESS MEN Don't lio up with dowivat-tlie-liecl newspapers. mmun duo nedo LUZERNE ilS MR. LEISENRING Kominated for Congress by Iho Republicans on the First Billot. VERY LIVELY BUT HAHKUS Captain Alfred Darte, of Kingston. Captures the Orphan's Court Judgeship Nomination on the Sec- ' ond Ballot, Defeating George S. Ferris Scenes and Incidents of the Most fcxeiting Republican County Convention in the His'ory of the Mother County Candidates and Platform. THE I.VZEItSE TICKET For Congro8s,.IniiN Lkiskn niNU, of Upper Lo- liiu'li. For J edge of the Orphan's Court, C.vrr. Al- fiikii Kahi i:. of Kingstou For District Atlornoy, L A. l'nx, of Wilkes- BaiTO. For l'mthonot iry. JAMi-a Lj Kwi;i.l.li., of West Iittf-c-in. Clerk of tho Courts...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 8 August 1894

THE SCKANTON TI.IBUNEWED.NES DAY MORNING. AUGUST 8. 1894. A s tkaeasas BALL Ssranton Go:s Down Again Before the Mine from Providence, IMPROVEMENT M TEliB WORK The Haughty Wilkcs-Earreans Loso Their Fifth Consecutive Game to Buffalo Other Eastsrn League Re sultsNational and State League Summaries Standing of the Clubs. Base Ball and Sporting Go3sip. r LOWLY, yet i.- n"i' i iTflf: theloss suro. S uever- theloss suro, Sersn- 11 i i i v .L-yy-yu ton's bitfb percent iiga which it re ceived when it 8ii- w l' A versa lue ivisieru Y -if Jml lutiiiue, is ilwiiul , liuir. mid lit ths rule the boys ur fiUviuK bull it ouks us if it will keep ou dwindling until we liuve but the Biutihainton team to follow us iu the leua-us race. Provideuce airoiu added to her alvsady cowwamliiijj load by her defeat of tUo home team yestsrday, while for the fifth coDSHOUtive tinw Wilkos-Darre, who is endeavoring to keep up its los ius bull playiiitf with Scrautou, went down before tlie Bisons. The results of the ...

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

THE SCTlANTOk TJillHWE-WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST S, 1801. STELLE . fis Mill 134 Wyoming We' will show you what you want. GOOD BR -t'SK THE- And always have Good Bread. UANUFACTrRFD AXD FOR SALE TO 'iUE TUADE l!V SHI EEWARS C? FE1TS ) THE FFNtliuE FPPUHH Punch Cigars B. 3c Co., frr nr Vo-i m Fiph rjtfisf. Carney, Brovrn & Co. Mfr's, lk.ll.. llOk-t. MjUAi.ti. Dr. H. B. WARE PRACTICE LIMITED To THE YE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT 408 Spruca Straet. ClH.e Hours: 9 to 1 1. SO. t 2 TO 5. To the Republican Party of Lacka wanna County: I hereby announce that I Will be a candidate for the effic of recorder of deeds of Lack.-.wanna county before the next Republican corvention. H. L. HALSTEAD. PERSONAL. Senator M. E. McDonald and Mrs. Mc Donald hnve returned from Atlantic City. Miss Florence Jennings, of Xorwalk, Con"., is a guest at the residence of T. C. Mi's E'ta Levi, of Philadelphia is vi-it-inij her cousins, the .Misses Levi, of Peua avemi-. Jii.-s Carrie Pries will leave this morn intr tn ...

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

THE 8CBANTON TlilBRUE WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 8, 1894. puilisshco daily in 8cksnton, p.. t tmt Tribuhb Publishing Company. C. P. KINGSQURY, Niw YosnO.ncsi Taiauxs Buiioma- nav. Manaqch. faaaa) INTIKtD AT TMt POSTOrriCS AT BOAANTOUt M.. KCONSCLAS MAIL MATTCA. "Prlutttr1 Ink," the recognized Journal for uilvertiwn, rule the hi it AN TO Ji TltllU XKuilhe best urivcHUlug medium In urtliuaHterii l'uunsylvaulu. 'l't'iuters' Ink" knows. iTRANTON. AUGUST 8. W.H. KtPUBUCAN 61 ATc TICKsT. lor (Snwmor: DANIEL H. HASTINGS Ul'C'KMtU. WALTKK LYON, Of ALI.EUtlKNV. tor AuMvr Ventral: AMOS IT. MYLIN, OF LA.VCASTIUI. fw Stertiar uflttrnal Ajain: JAMES W. LATTA, Hit HULADLLl'Ul.V. For ConTitniiieii itl-Lw u: GALA'S H A A. GROW, 01' SLSyaiaiA.NNA. GEORGE F. IirFP, Or W KSTMO 11 K LA N D. Election Tim, Nov. 0 Is 1SS8, whex the Mills' bill was brewing, Chairmuu Wilson was vociferously imposed to five coal. In 1MJ4, when hi owu bill U uuilergoiug rujiiiii'o, bo id strenuously forr.inst a taiill'ou coal....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 8 August 1894

THE SCRANTOX TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MOHNING, AUGUST 8, 1804. 6 " 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. f Bread andSw cake raised , with V keep their freshness and flavor. Pure " and " Zitt."jT ,To have the best results REMEMBER, : the oven should not be too hot, and it is not necessary to hurry the dot'f h into the oven. Cleveland Unking rowitorCo.,New York, Sucotiaiwr to Cleveland llruthers. Norrman& hm FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyo mfnsr Avenuo Have your COLLAK8 starched In the cli Way, w hen you cn have tlioui done with lott, pliable Buttonholes lor TWO OKNTS KACU. Lackawanna LAUNDRY YL AHE OFFEllIXO .VOU A FEW DAYS: Whipcords Jacquards Serges Henriettas A.SD Fancies FORMERLY 75c. and SI, for ONLY 59c. .n bvt-rj desirubla shade. 415 LACKi AYR If you want Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper or Window Shades, come to us. We have a full line of floods, and our pr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 8 August 1894

6 THE SCKANTON TEIJJFNE-WEDlTESnAT JrOTCTSTNGr. AUGUST S. 1891. THE BIO DANE. For two weeks the Plunging Petrol, a big three masted schooner, hud plowed Its tray through tho placid waters of the Pa olflo with a sameness that was exasperat ing. Since leaving port nothing not even a threatened storm or a lively gale had broken the monotony. The ship was bound for Rio, with a cargo of wheat, and I was her only pas senger, seeking health In this manner ao cording to my physician's urgent request. Rho was commanded ly a sturdy old navi gator, Captain Collins. One day about noon, at tho beginning of tho third week, a sailor named Hales Was placed in irons for striking a mess mate with a marline spiko and breaking his arm. The punishment was undoubtedly deserved, but there were angry mutter ing ami moro than ono sullen face among the crew in consequence, for Hales, whoso only fault was an uncontrollable temper, Kit a general favorite liut when the unfortunate man was found dead tho next mo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 8 August 1894

THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 8, 1894. GENERAL HEVS OF Secretary Ptrik McBtydn, of to United Mine Worksri, but given bit Indorsement to tbe proposed plan of regulating tb bituminous ooal produc tion of the couutry to the a:taal neces eitlet ot tbe markets to maintaiu living condition- In th trad. H save: "Tbe miners favor the plan contemplated, recognizing that by tbia mean only can tba coal business be conducted to the profit of the operator and ulnar. We are ready to assist the operator at any time they under take the plan so anscosufully practiced by the anthracite operators, bhonld the oporators dem the plan practicable, we will call out evary man we cun wbeuevor aud as frequent as the markets become otom looked. By kteping the supply even with the demaud prices ean be fairly maintained, end thvre will be no excuse to redue prices or waes. The producing ca pacity far excoods the consuming ca pacity fid the effects of overproduc tion are against any permanent a...

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

8 TIIE SCI? ANTON TBIBUNE "WEDNESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 8, 1894. Have You Seen the BROOKLYN YET? It is well worth seeing, bring ing to mind some of the artistic features of the World's F.iir. The bridge Is mude of (istilo Soup. It is a pure White Castile, and U a floating Soap; made only from pure vegetable oils. We aro sell ing it at the unheard of price, 2 Cakes for 5c. We are enabled to put the Soap Ou sale ut this low price by special arrangement with the manufac turer, who is anxious to introduce it to the trade in Scranton! It is already having a big sale, and wo may have to pull the bridge down in a few days in or der to supply the demands; there fore, if you wish to have a look at it make your visit ;n early as pos sible. Bring the children with you; such a sight is always wel come to the little ones. OUR FASHION MONTHLY. For August, Now Ready. Describes and contains the lead ing Fashions, latest Dress Mate rial, Stories, Anecdotes, Humor ous Illustrations, Valuable Infor matio...

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

TIIEY PURCHASE PUBLICITY in jou rnals that are ou tlio up ward jump. EIGHT PAGES--5G COLUMNS. SCllAXTON. PA., THURSDAY MOllXING. AUGUST 9, 1894. TWO CENTS A COPY. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FlOi OLATION mm SGHANTOM BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHE PAPER li LIVE BUSINESS MEN Dou't tia up with down-at- tho-lieel newspapers. S! mm T It Looks as Though a Compromise Kid at Last Been Effected. THE DUTY IS TO REMAIH Oil COAL But Iron Ore Will Be Admitted Free. Sugar Cuts No Figure in the Case. The Senate Provisions on Woolens and Cotton Goods Are Cut Into but Little The House Gives Way to the Senate in Nearly Every Instance. Washington, D C. Aug. 8. THE ''tomorrow" upon which the tariff conferees have been for weeks promising mi agreement at list gives promise of fulfill ment. When the tariff co lferees ad journed at a fow mtnut -s before. C o'clock tonight it was with tne under standing that, at the session tomorrow morning nil the details should be arrange I and the repub licans were called...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 9 August 1894

0 TIIE SCEANTON TEIBTOiTI-TIIIJIiSDAY MORNING,' AUGUST 9. 1S94; ASE BALL Providence Makes It Three Straight from the Disgruntled Scrantons. . BUT WE'LL GET THERE BY-'IB-BY The Club from the "Town Near Scran ton" Also Loses and Drops a Notch In tho Pennant Race Erlo and Sy racuse the Other Eastern Leaguo Winners Standing of the Clubs. National Leaguo Results Base Ball ond General Sporting News. ELL, WHltes-Barre, it was not onr fault that the Blackbirds stepped in between ut. Tha fact that you were several rounds further down the ladder is the secret of it. Proridence yester day took tlie third conseontive game from the Serantous, aud thus mude bur position at the top of the Eistorn league pennant race very difficult to nrruouut. Erie's victory over Bina hxintoD places the former in third plane, Wilkes-Burre having lost her sixta consecutive game to Buffalo, and only holding on to fourth position by the narrow margin of two point. Syracuse aUo won a closely contested game from Spriui...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 9 August 1894

THE SCTJANTOX TlilUUJSE-TlIURSDAT MOBNINl. AUGUST 9, 1S!M. 3 ELLE SEE 134 Wyoming Ave. We will shew you what you want. GOOD BREAD -USE THE- And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO THE TUADE BY The Weston III Co, IEWAR3 C- COUNTERFEITS J THE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THF WTtVi3 G.. B. & Co., ffnnrlnti.il in Esrh ClRRf. Garney, Brown & Co. Mfrs. t"( I.I LI(HK kUUAUK. Dr. H. B. W PRACTICE LIMITED TO TI EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROA 406 Spruc9 Street. Cm,eHonrS: j 11-30. To the Republican Party of Lacka wanna County: I hereby announce that I Will be a candidate for the office of recorder of deeds of Lackawanna county before the next Republican convention. H. L. HALSTEAD. PERSONAL. ITomor Green, of Honesdule, is in the city. C. S. Itu.ssell, of Towanda, is at the yoniing. C. Stanley Ward is visiting his parents in Brooklyn, X. Y. 31. H. BnrKundnr, of Wilkes-Barre, was in the city yesterday. Rev. an i lira. Rogers Israel are summer ing at Jlustokn lnko. Canada. Hiss J....

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

1'IIE KCIi ANTON TRIBUNE -TITUESD AT MORNING. AUGUST 9, 18D4. PUILitHCD DAILY IN SCRNTON, THI Taisue PuiutHiNa Company. K. P. KINQSaURV, (MM INfMIO AT YMC KBTOPVI! AT GNANTOH PS KCONA-OLAM MAIL HATTCB. "Printers' Ink," tlio roeot'ulieil Journal for advertisers, lutes the SCIIANTON Tit I III N E us the bust advertising lued luin hi Northeastern Feuusylvaulo, "1'rlutora' luk" know. HCRAKTON. AUGUST 9. 18SU. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. for Governor: Daniel h. hasting! OF L'BNTKU. Tor Litlltcnanl Governor: WAlI'ER 01" ALLUUHUNY. lor Auditor General: AMOS H. JIYLRl 01' LAJiCASIUK. Sor Secretary oflternal Affair! JAMES V. LATTA, Or fUlLAUGLl'HIA. For Congrvsemen-al-Liiriie: UALURH A A. GROW, OIT SLSgUtHANNA. GEORGE K. HUFF, OIT WEHIMUKKLAMX Election Time, Nov. ft Peace-lovino advocates of the Wilson bill urgue thut'a measure of some kind should be pussed iu order that the couutry may bo relieved of the BUspeuse and uneortaiuity of tho hour. An eurly adjournment would do more to relieve the n...

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

THE SCKANTOK TRIBUNE THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 9, 1804. T 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. " does better 'work? spoonful'' " Jr of othcrs." jfjr JIo have the best results REMEMBER,' the oven should not be too hot," and it is not necessary to hurry the dough into the oven. Clevelurul Haklif Towder Co.,Now York, Successor to Cleveland Brothers. fJorrman& Mooro FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avnuo DOIT Eave your COLLARS otarohed In tne oil ay, whon you os.u bv thom done with soft, lible ButtonhoU tor TWO CENTS KAOii Uackavonna THE LAUNDRY YE ARE OFFERING I'OIt A FEW DAYS: Whipcord 5 Jacquards Serges Henriettas AND Fancies FORMERLY 75c. ant $1, for OEY 59c. In evtry desirable shade. 4i5 LACK! AYE, REL 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. iliamsi iAnoltf 1...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 9 August 1894

G THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY MORNING. AUGUST 9. 18!) i. MONEY IN UMBRELLAS. WHAT IT COSTS NEW YORKERS EVERY YEAR TO KEEP DRY. A Dealer Estimate! That 51,200,000 It Spent Yearly fur fnibrellae bj the l'eo ple of the Metropolis A Strange I'act About finbrella Stealing. "Thpy cost New York a pood deal of tnoney every yc:ir," wiid the flit umbrella timn hh ho deftly rolled ft silk umbrella mid plitct'd it lu'k in the case. "The amount must ruu so fur up in the tliou enmls it. would seem 1111 Fxitt nition to one who didn't know uuythint; about it. If the amount wiw expended iu charity no one in t his town ueod go hungry. "The rtitio of pcopluw ho cnrryumbrcdlns Is lnrirer in this town thim in any other in America. 1 suppose it is bemuse we have so many rainy days. Probably H) er cent, of the adult Kipulution of New York curry XimbrolliiM, and 10 per cent, of the children over twelve years of n.o. 1 have been in the umbrella business for twenty years, and I have watched it pretty close...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 9 August 1894

THE SCBANTON TniBENE-THUItSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 9f 1894; 7 GENERAL HEWS 0 INDUSTRIES Tb Lehigh Valley railroad, accord ing to tbe Stockholder, baa awakened tu lb (act that it eanuot allow tba competition ot eleotriu rallwaya to paaa mnnoticed, and, cousnquonty, it 1 now making- an effort to ineet It to aome extent. It hat inaugurated rata war with tba alaatrio road at Allantown. The latter baa lately bean carrylnj a ereat many passengers who nasd tha Lohigu Valley, bu'iiuii tba far Uut Ixen cheaper. To eheck this diversion of trawl tba Lehigh Vallay now issue commutation tickets between Allen town and tba aurrouudlug towoa aa far a Bethlehem at rat.u that wake tha fare cheaper thon by trolley. Tha coat of a round trip from Alleutowa to CaUsauqua is now ouly live cents orar the railroad, while the eleetrio Una charges tun cents for the same dlatane. Tba sueoess of suoa a lljtit depends wholly upon tba number of passen gers curried; If lars, tha Lehigh Val ley oan probably continue tha...

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

8 THE CIf ANTON TEIBTJNE TIItJR SDAT MORNING. AUGUST 0. 1S!M. Have You Seen the iROOKLYI YET? It ig well worth seeing, bring ing to mind some of tho artistic features of tho World's Fair. Tho bridge is made of Cast ilo Soap. It is a pure White Castilo, and is a floating Soap; niado only from pnre vegetable oils. We are sell ing it at tho uulioard of priee, 2 Cakes for 5c. We nie enabled to put tho Soap on sale at this low price by SDecial arraugemeut with tho manufac turer, who is anxious to introduce it to tho trade in Scranton! It is already having a big salo, and wo may have to pull the bridge down iu a few days in or der to supply tho demands; there fore, if yon wish to have a look at it make your visit in early as pos sible. Bring tho children with you ; such a sight is always wel come to tho little ones. IDES and FABRICS OUK FASHION MONTHLY, For August, Now Ready. Describes and contains the lead ing Fashions, latest Dress JIate rial, Stories, Anecdotes, Humor ous Illustrations...

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

THEY rilKUIIASE PUBLICITY iu journals that! are on tlio up ward jump. EIGHT PAGES 50 COLUMNS. SCllANTON. TA.. FUIDAY MORNING. AUGUST 10. 1S04. TWO CENTS A COPY. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SGRANTON BUS iAr m bier mmm mi LIVE BUSINESS MEN Don't tio up with down-at-the -heel newspapers. 0C$$$$ yf NESS HEN TIE TARIFF CONFERREES STILUT WAR la Spite or Anxiety for Agreement the End May Be Far Away. HOUSE RIEiMRS VERY OBSTINATE Reports From the Conference ara Anything But Encouraging for Friends of the Wilson Bill A Pro position to Tax Iron and Allow Coal to Enter Free Has Aroused the Coal Senators to ActionAny Deviation From Schedules Affecting New Jersey Will Make More Trouble. q ft Waiiinoton. Aoj. 9. OU'TPtlE report." says Mr. Wilson. "i hat he president hud 11 minshed the comiiromlsf U agreed upon by tne confer r es vu coiil, uar and iron or yeater day, is an adsorb invention. There is not a word of truth 111 it and you can s y so. The president bus never int...

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

THE SCTANTOIf TlirBUiTE -FRIDAY MORInINU, AUGUST 10. 1891. BALL lii9 Sympathy Strike in tho Scrantoo Tjani Causes a Poslpontiot. FRUtlDfiSCS LOSES TO SYRftCGSc And Poor VViikscy Drops Down An other Pen, Buffalo's Defeat of Dinghamton Doing Responsible--Standing; of tlio Clubs National League Results--Basa Call and General Sporting News. JIE E.sknn loagne Kazan scheduled to be played between ei p r i n gfitld ii uu Sorauton y. sterdny was postponed, all the old Stitt a league players, b one or two exceptions, bavinyr engaired iu sympathy strike. X('V-tl'.'!)fllflflK Altlll- rver C'aiuil will have a full team in tho ileld todiiV. In the other Extern leaijua gaines Jilnytd yesterday, Providence loBt to ttyiucnse, Wilkvii-llarre ta Erie, aii'l Tliii.tliiiiiitnn t. 'Piill'.il.-, Wil:.- .a.".nri'i. by bur dofoat, n.iow.i DulLilo t 4 jro into fourth place. The percentages tho clubs, nuiubtr of gumes t.'oii and los'. 1 y each, Mid their f tpuiliiu iu the league race Is as followa: Won. l.o-...

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

4 THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. AUGUST 10. 18!)1. STELLE & SEELEY 134 Wyoming Aye. PIANOS ORGANS We will show you what you want. GOOD BREAD -USE THE- And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO THE TRADE BY The Weston Mil Co EEWARB OF COUNTERFEITS ) THE EENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G.. B. 8t Co., tirnr'ntml nn Earth C'qflf. Garney, Brown & Co. Mfra. u,na uut.Mi; buuAUK. Dr. H. B. WARE PRACTICE LIMITED TO THE EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT 406 Spruca Street. Cfike Honrs: j !j TO 11.80. to G. To the Republican Party of Lacka wanna County: I hereby announce that I Will be a candidate for the office of recorder of deeds of Lackawanna county before the next Republican convention. H. L. HALSTEAD. PERSONAL Aitorney F. P. Hoban was in Wilkes Barre yesterday. Dr. F. D. Brewster arrived home last night trom Southold, L. L B. L. Richards, of Quincy avenue, re turned from Ocean Grove yesterday. Sirs. Alnrgaret Sullivan and daughter, of Capouse avenue, ar...

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

TIIE RCE ANTON TRIBUTE FRIDAY MOKNTNO, AUGUST 10, 1891. Published oily in dcbantom, P i b Th Tnibuwi Puuubmino Company. I. P. KINGSBURY. OKNLRAL MANAAI3. Hiw To Dinii l Tmiunt Buiiom r t. tNTSRtD AT T.'C PM'O.nOi CfcMTPl, M.. 'Ti-inleiV Ink," Ihu iei-u;;uized journal lor nilveiiUais, ran tint sdiAMOM VI; I i;i N jiiis tlio bft HtHi-rtlHiiiu uu-.lluui in Nurlliouiteru lonujjlvuula, "I'lliiieiV Ink" kuuwi. fcCKANTON, AUO'fJbT 10. li'M. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKtT. for Gwernnr: 1MMF.MI. HASTINGS, ot i.m'li:. 1 or LUuUiumt (,Vi v?im-.- WAIi I'.it LYON, 01 AU.lllllUINY. l'cr Aud'to:- C ,if, i!: A MUS II. MY UK, or i.a.casti:i!. for &nWrin of .rail .1 ''. .SA.'-iKS W. l.AT'i'A, o,' r;i.T..i.K: ! 1 1 v. fur (.0lls,('S...,!('...,,'-.r;.. . i.-Al Oil A A. '1'; TV,', SI'-.'tT ::: . XN.. cl'.PKdi-: Ill'.T, Ob' W KS T ..lOlllll.ANU. FUctlon Tinif, Sow ft No'.vp., Vaxpunt! s.iys he. never i.ilinit'cd th:it there wes v. thief iu the poslnllice. Mr. (';inii'.n'irs rejoinder to tl'is l'.ii denial w...

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