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

LIVE IUTSIVES3 TIIEY purchase PUBLICITY in journals that are on the up ward jump. 5 V MEN Don't tia up with6 dowat-the-heel newspapers. EIGHT PAGES--5G COLUMNS. , CRAXTOX. PA.. TUESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 14. 1894. TWO CENTS A COrT. theTribFne hasTlargeTbona fide circulation ic sgranton buss men than any other mornihgaper THE" HOUSE YIELDS TO JE SENATE Modified Tariff Bill of the Upper Branch !s Passed Without Opposition. ANY BILL BETTER THAN NO BILL After Swallowing the Senatorial Dish of Fricasseed Raven, the Members of the House Hold a Farcical Session and Pass Bills Indicating Their De sire for Radical Tariff Changes Which Are Impossible Under Sen ate Schedule. Washington, Aug. It. n T 6 o'clock tonight the senate flu tariff till unebauged, unamend lp d, untouched, was passed by ITU tbe I ( Use, and the measure now ittvaits eu J t:ia signature of ttie presi dent or bi tailure to sign it within tea days, to be enacted iuto a law. It was passed according to the pro gramme urranged yes...

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 August 1894

I a THE SCEANTON TIJIB TINE T U E S DAY MORNING, AUGUST ,14. 1894. t BASE BALL Cabin's Indians Evidently Mot Used to This Species of Buffalo. BISONS PUT US TO UTTER ROUT And the Club (?) from the "Town Near Scranton" Is Demolished by the Coming Champions Erie Loses to Syracuse and Binghamton to Springfield Standing of the Clubs. Interesting Base Ball, Bicycle and General Sporting News. OWN we go I Buffalo victory over Serautou yes terday permits the former club to move up into second place In the Eastern ltigu cbnuipion ship raoe, elo.ely followed by Erie, which clab lost to Syracuse. Wilkes- Banv ia also on the toboggan, holding on to fifth place by a margin which the outcome of today's contests may possi bly wipe out end t forte her into sixth place, Syracuse pressing her sorely. The percentages of the clubs, num ber of grumes won and lost by each, aud their standing in the league race, is as follows: Won. Lost. TorC't, Providence M S .05 Buffalo 63 44 M-i Pcranton ....... 44 :;s ...

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

THE SCTtANTON TK1BUNE TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 14, 1894. 3 STELLE & SEELEV 134 Wyoming Ave. 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 II Co, EEWARE OP COUNTERFEITS J THE GEWtllNE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INiTtHS G.( B. Se Co., Carney, Brown & Co. lift's. DR. H. B. WARE will be in his office on and after the first weak in Septem ber. 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. John J. Kaufman is expected to return from Ocsan Grove today. Mrs. J. H. Ton ey is the guest of Mrs. J. L. Wenlz at her Duhon home His Sadie Spencer is the guest of Mrs. John A, Luchworth at Lake Arid. A.'r. aad Mrs. William Hfae, of Pasadena, (Jul., are visiting their cousin, Mrs. C. E. Pryor. Miss Alice Benson, of Green Ridge, left yesterda...

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

4 TUB BCKAHTON TJIIBUNB TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 14, 1894, PUIUSHtO 0ll IN 6CNTON, P. TMi DUIU PUBUSHINO COHMMV. I. P. KINGSBURY. NtwVoa.iOmcsi TmiuNi mum. rJa (Jrav, Manaocii. n -J leom-eiAW n matti. "Prlutun' luk," llie recognized jourmtl for advertiser, rate, the KCTIAMTON TlilllLNK tin) bunt advertising medium iu Northeastern Pennsylvania. "Printers' luk" kuows. ECR ANTON. AUGUST 14 1804. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. for Governor! DANIEL II. HASTING UV IKNTEIt. For Lieutenant Governor: WALTEH LYOU, Of ALMSUUUNY. For Auditor General: AMOS II. MYLIN, or I.A.NCASTKU. For Secretary of (trim! jiffatrM JAMES W. LATTA, Of l'lill.AIlELl'UI.V. For Congrewteri'iit-Latye! CiAI.USHA A. (iROW, 01' 8tS(;UKIIANNA. UKOWiEF. HUFF, Of V LSTMOHLXANU. Election Time, Nov. 6 With the tariil' muddle nearly ended, and IMddlebock as a topic growing somewhat if not decid edly stale, the newspapers hereabouts will soou need an entirely now tonic for that tired feeling. Dangerous Postponement. It is unfortunate...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 14 August 1894

T11J3 SUKAjTOX TLMIJL JMETUEDAY MOUSING, AUGUST 14, 1S94. 7 ( oes better'work J jT. a than a heapingb-i.' spoonful' sesr sof others- Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue DON'T Have your COLLAH8 starched In the M wav. when you can have them done with soft. ' pliable Buttonhole. lor TWO CKNTS EACH. Lackawanna THE ( LAUNDRY AVE AKE OFFERING rOli A FEW DAYS: Whipcords Jacquards Serges Henriettas A DID Fancies FORMERLY 75c. and $1, for ONLY 59C. In every desirable shade. ears I Hagen 415 LACKA. AVE, 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.- illiams k 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 leavlug lor 'their nimmn'l vacation can liar their favor ite paper tent to them without extra cost, by notifying thle office of the lo s...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 14 August 1894

G T17E SCR ANTON ' TRIJiTNE TUESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 14. 1894. BATHING COSTUMES. Jodio Chollet Says Thay Do Thing Better In Franca. X woman fashion writer has lately lift ed up her voice ngulnst tho Institution of show bathing gowns, used hull tho duy as promenado costumes along tho beaoh garments fitted over a I'ronch oorset and jievcr worn within reach of the spray of tho ocean. It Id very rarely that anything ' is said against this custom, whioh is odd, ondldcring how exceedingly 111 bred, even j vulgar, It Is. For a woman to show so plainly her de sire to minglo with tho puhlio in tho stage attiro of a burlesque acirfss is not to ralso her in tho esteem of well mannered per- I sons. If she goes into tho water, short I skirts or nmio aro a newssity; If shu niero- ly lounges on the beaoh, they arc not, and i sho haw no excuse for appearing in any j except the accepted costume tf the ago. The clothing should bo appropriate to j tho occupation, and it is .s absurd to uso ; n bathing ...

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

t THE SCEANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 14, 1894. 7" GENERAL NEWS .OF The Iron Trade BevUw iayi! "The Iron trade txpeeti little from August, and ill exprctattons are not being ex ceeded In current business. From the south comes the report that one large producer aeeured an adranee of 23 oenta In recent ealei, but this is offset ky some cutting from quoted rates by certain western producers of foundry iron. Eastern couiutueri of Bessomei are in the market, but hare not yet been able to get Pittsburg producers to tneet their ideas. Sales at Pittsburg are of small volume, with prices ap proximately at a valley basis of $11 for deliveries three months ahead, buyers Truo ordinarily enter the market for round lots of billets have confined themselves to small contracts of late, the condition of the billet market, as well as that of Bessemer pig, making it out of the question for buyers and sell ers to agree in their foreeast of the next three months. Latent Pittsburg transaetloBS in...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 14 August 1894

8 - THE SCRANTON TKIEUXE -TUESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 14. 1894. How to Keep Cool Is asked by every one during these summer day3. The seaside and mountain retreats offar a solution of this question. But none of these are complete unless you avail yourself first of ths right kind of material to wear. For our August offer ings of requisites we have chosen exception- ally SUITABLE ARTI CLES and recommend them for their Useful ness, Reasonable Price and Desirable Quality. TO DRESS WELL AT MODERATE COST Is a problem that be faced by many. must Our Success Has been largely due to the fact that we furnish good3 in style and finish of the high-priced at a Low Cost. GORMAN'S Clark's Green. Mrs. Frank Gardner left bare Thursday to viiit frinds iu Scott OD Mrs. Geonre Wells and son, and sis ter, Mrs. L ura Beahe, if Vilke- Bsrre, returned to their bom- yeeter day (Monday) utter a three weeks' so journ here nua u friends. Georfte Post, of Newtrk, N. J., will spend a wkat the home of his father- in l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 15 August 1894

LIVE BUSINESS MEN Don't tie up with down- at- the heel . newspapers. TIIEY PURCHASE PUBLICITY in journals that are on the up ward jump. T 311C5 EIGHT PAGES 5 C COLUMNS. CRANTON, PA.. WEDNESDAY MOUSING. AUGUST 15. 1894. TWO CENTS A COrY. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LMCEiTM NEWS FROM THE ' TESTED FIELD Colonel Ripple Congratulated Upon the Excel lent Shewing of the Thirteenth. CRACK REGIMENT OF THE STATE Old Sol Smiles Upon the Camp and Brings Cheer to the Hearts of the Drenched Militiamen Successful Parades and Reviews Adjutant Millar's Methods Complimented. Uncultured Philadelphia Guards men, Who Have No Soul for Music, Arrest Wandering Minstrels Gen eral Notes of the Camp. Camp Crawford, ) Gettysburg, Ang 14 ) LIEUTENANT COLONEL H. M. Sl'REATOR. ofHouifstead fame, who to in camp with th Tent!) raiment, of the Second brigade, bad the distinction of Ivlng chosen division officer of the d.y. Lieu tennnt Colo-el Lwis, of Phila delphia, is division HtafT offioer. Tlie weather was di-lihtful todav...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 15 August 1894

TJJE SCIiANTON- TRIBEN"E WEDNESDAY ITOUNINO, AUUSUT 15. 1894. BASE m3 Lam aama The R.juTcnatcd Scraaton Team Los.s 0.; Mora Game to Bili.o. - EOT BV A VERY NARROW KM Wllkes-Barra Plny Ball and Wins an Exciting Eleven-Inning Game from Providonce Syracusa Loses to Erie and Elnghamton to Spring field Standing of the Clubs Na tional and State League Results. Base Ball Gossip. ATE was against tbs Scrautnns yes terday, urn! they lost h stubbornly con tilted fr-me wltb the DnlTalo club, l'ravid e ti ce lost a well i'l ny-l Mine to ilk'-Barr- L(Ttt, the I'rovideuce uiieher, loslni? the first game, tin season tu the league in whicb h b is offi'dits 1 in tli twlrler's box. Erie ami S ringtt lit were the other Eastern leantie victor, the former winning from Syracuse aud the Utter from Binghamton. Tbe percentages of the ciuls, tiutu btr of games won and Inst by each, and their standing In tbe league race, follows; Von. Lost. Providence M lip, Buffalo 3 44 r'crsnton 44 M9 Erie...;.... 41 !!7 Wil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 15 August 1894

THE SCTiANTON TRIBUNE WEDNESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 15. 1894. 3 STELLE & SEELEY 134 Wyoming Ave. We will show you what you want. GOOD BREAD -USE THE SNOW WHIT And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO THE TRADE BV The Weston Mill Co EEWARE OP COUNTERFEITS ) THE CFNUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE IMIHAL3 . GarneyBrown & Co. Jil'8' DR. H. B. WARS will ba in his office on and after the first week in Septem ber. To the Kepubllcan party of Lackawanna county! ' I hereby announce that I will be a can didate for the o Ulce of recorder o f deed of Lackawanna oouuty before the next Republican convention. H. L, HALSTEAD. To the republicans of Lackawanna county: At the earnest solicitation of many friend I hereby announce myself aa a candidate for the office of register of wills, subject to the decision of the lie publicau county convention. I take thil means of Informing uiy many friend that I am in the field, a I may not be able to see all whom I should like to see befor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 15 August 1894

4 TIIE FCTTANTON TlfiBRNE-WEDNESDAY MOHHTNO. AUGUST 13, 1894. &3e cranfon nStme PUIUtMCO DAILY IN 8CHHTO, PA., TM1 YelBUN PueUeMIHU COM MM. CP. KINGSBURY. KNCHAk HANI nfaiia tnuii Tmu auueiae. hav. MsNSasa rwM ft NTINC AT TMK SOSTOrnCt AT OAANTOM. UKUKUU MAIL HATTia. ''I'rliiters' ink," Ilia recognlsm! Journ4 for advertisers, rain the ht'KANTuM Till 111' NE as I lie best advertising- medium lu Northeastern l'euusylTanla. "Printers' Iuk" knowa. N HIa-"V PCK ANTON. AUGUST .6. I8W. REPUBLICAN STftTfc HCKtf. for Coternor; DAXIEL H.HASTINGS, lr t'KNVKU. For Lint ten ant Governor: WALlEH LYON, or Ali.iuulny. forAvdilor General: AMOS H. MVMN, Or LANCA8TKK. for Secretary of ltemnl A ffnlrt: JAMES V. l.ATTA, of PIIILAUEI.rillA. for Congteiimntii-aULarqe: UALU8HA A. OIIOW, OruCSytTEHANNA. GEORGE F. IIUFK, OF WK8TM0IIKLAMD. Election Time, Kov. a A ringing veto of the tariff bill, coupled with the candid confession that the Democratic misfits in congress ure incompetent to meddle with the q...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 15 August 1894

THE SCR ANTON TlUBUSTE-WElWJaSDAY MOILNLNG, AUGUST 15, ISO I. .ml- 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&MooreBlfi DAY liT IHE LIE FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue DOFT Have your COLLAIil torched In the M wt when Ton on bt theia dons wltn tort, Utteble Butt' nhok. for TWO CENTS JtAOIt Lackawanna THE. LAUNDRY WE AKE OFFERING K)K A FEW DAYS: Whipcords Jacquards Serges Henriettas AjnD Fancies FORMERLY 73o. and $1, for ONLY 59c. In every desirable shade. Mears & Hagen 115 LACKA. AVE. If you want Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper or Window Shades, come to us. laHSHMSMMMaHBSMasM ' t We have a full line of oods, and our prices are 127 Wyoming Ave. To my friends: I hereby announce 'hat I will be a candidate for the nomi nation of district attorney, before the republican County convention. JOHN R. JONES. CITY NOTES. Trlbnns reaileri louring for their Mitumer'D vacati...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 15 August 1894

6 THE SCRANTON TRIJ1UXE-WEDNESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 15. 1894. SUMMER WARDROBES. Fashioa at a Standstill, but It I Time to Wear and Enjoy. It Is now the soason when fashion 1b nearly at a standstill. Summer wardrobes are all arranged, and it Is too early to think of fall ones, w onion want to wear and en joy the pretty things they already have rather than go through the fiery ordeal of chopping and being fitted. The odors of town, although quite as characteristic in their way, aro leas appreciated at present thun the fragrance of sea and country places. The smell of plueg or fxuiu soa- mm m wwwm fir SILK Ml'SLIH COI.LAH. wed In the sun la better than all the man ufactured Manioc In thu market. If somo one would only invent i method of bot tling it up fur winter use, the stock of pot pourri jurs would drop hopelessly. The woman who U enjoying thoso scents at first hand Is undoubtedly already pro vided with her outing suit of black, bluo or brown serjje, made with nn unllued skirt and bl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 15 August 1894

HIE SC17ANT0N TKIBIJNE-TVEDNESDAY MOENINa, AUGUST 15, 181)4: L OF A Hamburg diip.teh syi: R-prsan-tatiws of tbe pounsylrsoU Mi lUud liillrosd ompitnjr visited this pi so on a tour of luspi otlou alonif tbe Jin) ot tbs rJoutb Mqoiitsia railroad, wbleti was partially graded tbrongti this s-e-tionuss-ly twenty yssrs ago. Msnv tboussnds of dollsrs were txpeuded west of Hamburg in gradlug, coti etrnctlug masonry for bridges, eto. Tbs farms through wblo'J tbs projeoted road wus to pan were badly datunged liy cats and embankments, and tbe owners will now bs pleased if the road is built, la many oases the daing"s Nvtll not be augm-nted. wblls the com plsiion of the road would supply much needed railway facilities. There are hundreds of farmers along the line who r.re obliged to haul tbelr proluots from tbrse to twenty miles to reach tbe mo.t uecessible msrkets. The PenusylvanU Midland railroad would bs able to co i Ufot with botb tbe Reading and Feua tylraais systems at tbis point, Pnbllo a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 15 August 1894

8 THE SCItAKTON TRIBUNE "WEDNESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 15. 1894. How to Keep Cool Is asked by every one during these summer days. Tha seaside and mountain retreats offar a solution of this question. But none of these are complete unless you avail yourself first of the right kind of material to wear. For our August offer ings of requisites we have chosen exception ally SUITABLE ARTI CLES and recommend them for their Useful ness, Reasonable Price and Desirable Quality. TO DRESS WELL AT MODERATE COST. Is a problem that must be faced by many. uccess Has been largely due to the fact that we furnish good3 in style and finish of the high-priced at a Low Cost. GORMAN'S K EYSTONE Academy FACTOR WILLIS, PA. A roflnod school home. Prepares for the best C"l eg--8. 'I horuuk-h courses In Music and Art Teachers' Class gives btfet preparation (or Teaching. Commercial Course includes Typewriting and shorthand, l'osl ions secured for Graduates, bend fur new ilium rated circular. F. M. LOUiliS, A.M., Pri...

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

The Lone Inn Will be open to TRIBUNE readers SATURDAY. The Lone Inn- iff,? I iCiiuqri eWSp EIGIIT PAGES-'-ou -OijCTiuinS. SCRANTON. PA., THURSDAY MORNINQ. AUGUST 1G. 1894. TWO CENTS A COPY. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION SCRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER PAPER A pleasant surprise awaits you in , . ''''' rails GLOSI nr. Hi Democratic Senators Indulge in Vain Regrets Over Tariff Fizzle, A MEASURE WHICH NOBODY OWNS Mr. Vest Turns the Calcium Light Upon Tariff History and Advances Opinion That the Senate Can Never Be Democratic Mr. Vilas and Mr, Mills Moralize on What Might Have Been A Bill That Satisfies No One. Washington, Aug. 15. THE house bill to phot sugar on the tree list wns taken op in the denote early in today's proceed ings and orenpied attention np to the time of adjournment. In con nection with it a communication was rend to the senate from Secretary Car lisle to Senator Hurris (Dnx, Tenn), noting chairman of the finance commit tee, givinjr figures to sho...

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

S3 THE SCITNTON TEIBIINE THU USD AT MORKTNTJV" AGUSUT 16. 1894; BASE BALL Bcranton Still Sits Snugly oa the Well Lubricated Toboggan, GOBBLED UP BY THE BLACKBIRDS The Buffalo Team Keeps on Winning, Syracuse Being the Victim This Time Wilkes-Barre and Rain De feat Springfield J. Pluvius Pre vents the Game at Binghamton. Standing of the Clubs Interesting Base Ball Gossip. EIE was victorious yeaterday over Scranton, and the result forces the hitter further down the list in the standing of the various Eastern League clubs. Wilkes Bsrre's de font of Springfield lasssns the gap interTsninsr between Scranton and the club from the "town near Scranton" aud will consequently add to the enthusiasm whioli will b, undoubtedly, displayed at the games scheduled to be played between these clabe next week. Buffalo etill keeps up its winning streak, and, barring accidents, will make the present leaders of the league beetle to mnintalu its position at the top of the ladder. Ruin prereuted the schedule...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 16 August 1894

THE SCTIAOTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY MORENO. AUGUST 10, 1891. STELLE & SEELEY 134 Wyoming Ave. We will show you what you want. 6000 BREAD -USE THE- And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO THE TRADE BY The Weston MID Co, EEWARB OF COUNTERFEITS ) THE fifNIIINE POPUUR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIM.8 G.. B. St Co., (mnr'nfoil en. Enoll C'flflf. Garney, Brown & Co. lift's, DR. H. B. WARS will be in his office on and after the first week in Septem- bar. To tUj utepubllcan party of Luckiwunua I llnrebvl niiiiniinf.A Hint T will be ft enn. dlilate for Oho office of recorder of deeils of I.Bckiuvauma coiviy before the next Republican con.,ntlon. II. L. HALSTEAD, To tlio Republicans of Lackawanna county: At the earnest solicitation of many frlumN I hereby announce mysolf us a raudiilate for the office of register of wills, subject to the decision of the Re pnbllcnn county convention. I take thii menus of informing my many friends that I am In the field, as I may not be able ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 16 August 1894

V . Y ..v TOB, SCItANTON TltlBUNE-TniTKHDAT MOHKEfG. AUGUST 16, 1894. Published daily in 6chanton. Pa., bt Thi Tribunk Publishing Company E. ft KINGSBURY. New r emeu hinai uiuo, ray, Hank tHTKHIS T TMI POTOrl AT SOAAMTOM. icoi-eus haii "rr. "l'rlutcn" Ink." the rccoKuizetl journal fur advertise!, rates tlio til'ltAHTON 1 1tlltUN E as tho best udvcrtiiilnx medium in Nurthoaa teru l'enugylvaniu. "A'r tutors' luk" knows. JNl6Kf?gj)LABElj KCBANTON. AUGUST 10. I8d4. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor! DANIEL TL HASTINGS, 01' CKM i.lL for Lieutenant Governor: WALTER LY0?T, Ol'ALLliOUENY. tor Auditor General: A3I0S H. MYLIS, 01' LAKCASTnt. For Secretary of Hernial Affairst JAUK3 W. LATTA, VI' I'UILADtLl'IIIA. for Congretmen-at-Large; CALUSIIA A. 11 BOW, or SUSQUEHANNA. GEOKOE P. nUFP, 01 WESTMOKELAKU. Election Time, Nov. a Senatok Quay Isu't worrying over the house's four "pop gun" tariff bills, but will stay at his post of duty until the session ends. Senator Quay, it muy be worth whil...

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