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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 August 1894

I There are undoubtedly Btirring times ahead in the political world. And the readers of a good daily newspaper will he in clover. EIGHT PAGES-56 COLUMNS. SCRANTON. PA., WEDNESDAY MOUNIXQ. AUGUST 22, 1894. TWO CENTS A COrY. Tt t ojwjqi'j v4jg i ' . THE TRIBUNc HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SCRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER SPAIN RESENTS DUTY Her Government W,U Urn gainst the Pres ent Treaty. THE EFFECT OF DISCRIMINATION "The Spanish People Will Resist Our Efforts to Monopolize Cuba's Com merce-Tariff Talk at Washington. The Condition of Mr. Wilson's Health. , Madrid, Aug. 21. EL NACIONAL today declares tnat ibe (uoniHiit the new United Statu t'triff, by which Cuban su gar is hiiudicappe I 40 parent., is nfnreed thetuinist r of liiecolmiie., S nor Bwi-rrn, proposes to gik the ' pttilsh gnvernni nt to denouuo- the ix ting treaty betw-n Spain and tb-Unit- d S'Ktu iu regard t- Cu"s. El Naclonnl continues; " l,U in tb nly way to pin matters on it fair foo Ing w...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 August 1894

THE SCIIANTON TRIBUNE WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, 1594; ASE ALL liio Ciy Deceivers from Wilkcs-Barre Do It Once ASaln. WE ARE NOW IH SIXTH PLACE Syracuse Again Demonstrates Iks Su periority Over the Honorable Mich asls' Gypsies Tha Bisons Fall Be fore the Prowess of the Springfield Clan Standing of the Clubs Na tional Summaries Base Ball and Other Interesting Sporting Gossip. HERE are u number of change in the standing of the clutis comprising the East leaKU US A rear.lt of Ibo prunes played yes terday. Buffalo lost to Snrlujifiulil. mid rain preventing the scheduled Ruine no- . tween Erie and I'rovidoiice iiormits the former to move iuto second pUcif, followed by liatfalo oue poiut lower. The tie which existed between Wilkes llarre, Syructise and yerauton lis beon broken, the former by winning1 from Scranton Koinit into fourth pluee. S.yraouM defeat of AHuntown places thtf former in fifth place, one point be laud Wilkea-liurre, and forcing Scran ton down into sixth place, mill le...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 August 1894

' THE SCTtANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING-. AUGUST 22. 1894. STELLE & SEELEY 134 Wyoming Aye. We will show you what you want. GOOD BREAD USB THE SNOW WHITE FLOUR And always have Good Bread. HAHUFACTTJRED AND FOR BALE TO THE TRADE BY The Weston Mill Co, LEV ARB OP COUNTERFEITS ) THE CFH1HNE POPULAR Punch CigarQ HAVE THE IMITIVS G- B. & Co.. Garney, Brown & Co. Jiff. M.l-l.i but,.-., eUlAu. DR. H. B. WARE will be In his office on and after the first week in Septem ber. PEUivONAL. C. A. Battenbnrs ia nendtnir a week on tqe nunaon Ci lon 1 Boiaa and family are here from nueuou x-iaoo. Mr. and Mm. E. N. Willard are in the White m untaini. A. T. Pont, of the Lackawanna hospital, ia visiting In Montrose. James BUIr, jr., u home from a lengthy sojourn in nsw lorn ata e. Dr. Wallsce, nf tbe Mt.cs Taylor bos pital ia visiting in Philad -Ipbla. Mrs. Claode G. Conklin has returned irotn an extended oating at Ocean Grove. Homer Greene, of Honendale, Wayne county nriiiiaoi poet-iawyr,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 August 1894

I" THE fiCEANTON TRIBUNE WEDNESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 2a, 1894. e cranfon CnBune PUBLISHtB OAILT IN ScmtNTONi P i THS TniBUNK PUBLISHINa COMPANY. I. p. KINGSBURY. aiNIMl UMUk NiwVoioepnett Tm.uNi luaoiH. revuia n.V, M.NA.BM. T TMK PO.TOPFiei AT OHANTON. PA SCONB'CkA.. MAIi MATTM. 'Trlnturs Ink," tliu lecognlroil Journal lor mlvcrtl.oi'it, ruts tliu S It ANTON 'i Hllll L. the 1t't ltd vert Ulug uiimUiiiu In Nortlit'Hteru l'liniuylvuiilu. "1'iluters' Ink" knows. bCRANTOX. AUUUST 24 iSOl. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor: DANIEL II. HASTINGS, For Lieutenant Governor: AVAM'EH l-YON, OF AbLUUIILKV. For Auditor General: AMOS II. 5IYUN, Of l.ANC'ASTi:i(. For Secretary of Itvrmtl Afl'ain: JAMKS W. IiATTA, OF l'lllI.ADKI.l'IIIA. For Concrensmcn-nt-Ltirtf: UALl'SIIA A. CKOW, of KLsyoi:iiA'NA. GEOlidK F. HUKr OF WI'lttTMOKKLANU. F.lcctlou Time, 'v. 0. , - 'Thk liAT.i, lias just begun to roll in Scran ton," is Mr. A. W. Dickson's pithy method of expressing a patent truth. "If every pound of c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 August 1894

THIS KCiiAiNTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, 1804. 5 Bread and cake raised with keep their freshness , and flavor. 'Puro" nnd" Sure." Norrmanfi Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avonuo DON'T Have your COlLAltS starcliod In the eM way. when yon cn have tlioin done with toft, pliable Buttonholes for TWO CENTS EACH. Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY 2-Days' Sale-2 OF WASH GOODS -ON- Saturday and Monday. Oar entire line of Scotch Ging hams, Persian Mulls, Printed Tiques and Dimities, worth 23c.f for 10c. Ginghams, Organdies, Sateens, etc., wort', l-2c, for Sc. Mears k 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. hi 0 a i 1 11 imams & nuiiu j 127 Wyoming Ave. To my friends: I hereby announce that 1 will be a candidate for the nomi- nation of district attorney, before the hepuDlican Uounty convention. JOHN R. JONES. CITY NOTES. Tribune readers leaving for their summer'! vacation ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 August 1894

6 THE SCBJLNTON TRIBFITE TVED1TESDAT AUGUST 22, 1894. i r a d-Jt'tf w TALAT5Tuicr COPYKiQhILP s - (CHAPTER V. After that moiueutons interview I presuuttxl mywilf to my ustouiehed rela tives. Tlitst w ere two lovable old maids, sinters of my mother, who hud passed the beat purt of their existence in the Cathedral square of Marshminiter. They knew everybody iuj ' I about everybody and potterod t ft life with the ai Bietauce of a coiuiOituie income whioh they shored in common, a trifle of gos sip and a serieH of afternoon teas. At the daily services of the cuthedral they were always to be seen and were inti mately acquainted with the dean and chapti-r. Even the bishop condescended to take tea with them on occaaions, and they held their hoods high in conse quence. Moreover, they loved me great ly, though was but a graceless nephew to the good souls. When I made my appearance, the Misses Durrant received me with open arms. They bad Hot expected me till much later in the mouth, but had al...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 August 1894

THE SCEAITTON TIlIJiUJ&'E-WEDNESDAY MORNING.. AUGUST 22.: 1894, 7 L NEWS ' OF INDUSTRIES Writing: in th Rtr'.evrg of RstIcvts atootit tba ' 'Finanoial Standing of Riil roatta." Proltisor Adams saya: "A coptinjr railway ooniitiiotlnn in nn indi cation of the condition of the railway Industry, th period tbrongb which wi are now pasting a hows greater depres sion than any prsylous period. The in create in new mileage bronght into operation durinjr the fiscal year 1803 was less thgu darln: any year tiuoe 1880, while tho percentage increase stood lower than for any previous year since the beginning of railways in thlt conutry. Thus the rate of in crease from 18S8 to 1887 was 0 08 per cent j from 1687 to 1888, COS pur cont. i from 1883 to 1889, 3 22 per cent.; from 1680 to 1800, 4 7S pr cent. from 1890 to 1891, 2,91 pr cent. ;. from 1891 to 1802, 1 88 per cent. ; and from 1892 to 1893, 2 80 per cent. These figures show a remarkable depression in the business of railway construction. A...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 August 1894

8 THE ECRANTON TRIBUNE WEDNESDAY MOBNDTG-. AUGUST 22. 1894. We Keep Up ' To the minute on all NEW STYLES, and are the first to introduce them to the Retail Trade. Ev8ry Detail of Merchandising 1-so carefully watched that there is slight chance of dia satis action. Quoting Prices Goes for LITTLE Unless You See the Goods. Every department is a reser voir of STYLE and ELE GANCE, and we offer no sleepy imitation for patron age. BUY HERE, and You Will Get the Best Do not drift away from our FINE G00D3 AT LOW PRICES. Remember, We Take Pleasure To Show Goods and Quote Prices If we can suit you in a batisfactory purchase, we are both benefited. We NEVER INSIST ON YOU purchasing what you don't want. Our Entire Store, Our clerks, our system of buying, all are at your ser vice. Early Fall Dress Goods The examination of our Dress Materials for Fall is early so licited. The variety of de signs t. choose from is as ex tensive as formerly. The qualities, the finish and the prices are the best GORM...

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

One of the features of Saturday 's Tribune will be a brilliant letter from Councilman Roba than, in "Wales. c T6 5 1 THE Saturday Tribune by,1 the way, is a paper that you'll particularly want to take borne. W r'' WSy irL-:Pf visa' KWV A7 U EIGHT PAGES--5G COLUMNS. ORANTON. PA THURSDAY MORNING. AUGUST 23. 1S94. TWO CENTS A COrT. THnRIBUNE HAS A LARGERToNA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SANTONWIESniEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER ! MILL OWNERS AND STRIKERS An Effort Made to Bring About a Con ference. A MAYOR ACTS AS A MEDIATOR Bay State Board of Arbitration Read and Willing to Act Neither Side Knows Its Wants Treasurer How land Attacked for Not Promptly Re ducing Wages, and Explains In His Answer. New Bedford, Aug. 23. TrriAYOR Browuell bas culled s U conference of the manufao Y turers and striking spinners J U LI for tomorrow evening. I be strike situation bss undergone no material change sliice yeitonlay. All the mills remain closed, and both sides seem to be as determined as ever. Secreta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 23 August 1894

THE SCRANTON TIMBUNjE TIITJRSDAT MORNING. AUGUST 23, 1894. ASE BALL Go for the Third lime to Slim non's Aggregation. HITS AND ERRORS NUMEROUS Ten Runs in One Inning Were More Than Cahil! Could Endure and Still Win the Game Other ' Eastern League Summaries Standing of the Clubs National and State League Results Base Ball and Other Sporting Notes. eiiX U U 11 I U-U'WU I 1 r tit tit J ... I l Whv:,V! i-o-w-nlll Still yy l)Jf-l t ira u rnnm lir a little more slidinir ere the "uew blood" of the Scranton acr crocation of ball tosners reach their level in tbo Eastera lengne chsniplon BliiD race. The only pity is that tbe Hon- orablo Michael minht put a sprau on the track and thus enable us to keep our hernia iibora water or mud in the liuaebiilligtio firmament. The cbuniDionshio firames played yes terday in the Eastern league did not materially chant's the standing of the clubs. The leaders added to tneir per ci'iitape nt the expense of Eiie, while Buffalo, Seranton and Syracuse lott to fc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 23 August 1894

THE SCTiANTON TIUBUNE-THUKSDAY MOROTNG. AUGUST 23, 1894. STELLE & SEELEY 134 Wyoming Aye. We will show you what you want. A Foe to Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD -tJSE THE- SNOW WHITE FLOUR And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO THE TRADE BY The Weston Mill Co. EEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS J THE GENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigare HAVE THE INITIALS Gs., B. & Co., fmnrlnfeii on Enoh CtflST. Garner, Brown & Co. Mfr. DR. H. B. WARE will be in his office on and after the first week in Septem ber. PERSONAL. Mrs. Mamo Palmer, of Green Ridge, Is sojourning ai Atlantic jlty. Mrs. M. L. Smith, of HalUtead Place, is viBiuug menus in juontrose. Mrs. J. H. Hopkins U visiting at the nome or her rather in averly. Aire. Lillian Weed, of Adams avenue, is viBuiuK irien'ia at iane inola. Kiss Riley, of Mill Creok, is the guest of iuira 119IU0 xticauras, oi aecoau street. Aliss Annie Reese, of Plymouth, is visit. lug relatives on William street, Provi dence. Misses Anna Clark and Alice Mulnnev ...

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

4 THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY MORNING. AUGUST 23, 1894. PUSUSHCO DIIY IN SCNTON. PA. TM Thiiumk Puiushino Cohmnv. 1. P. KINOSBURV. aiNti wum New York omen Tai.im. Iuiioin, tntM B. KNTKRBD AT THK NtTorml AT OHANTOM. PA A ICONfOU.. MAIL M.TTIA. "rrlntL'is' luk," tho recognized Journal for nilvcrtl.ora, rate the SCBANTOX 'JTtlBL'NEa.the beat advertising medium lu Kortli.a.tero 1'ouusvl vanlu, "Printers' luk" knows. ECBAKTON." AUGUST 23. IS94. t -- -J REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Covernort DANIEL H. IIASTIN'O M ce.ntkk. for Lieutenant Governor: WALTEB LYOJT, OFALLEUHUNY. For Auditor General: AMOS H. SITUS, OF LANCASTER. For Secretary of Itcmal Affair! JAMES V. LATTA, OF 1'IilI.AIlEU'HIA. For Congressmen -at-Large: OA LUSH A A. UROW, or scsyuuiiANNA. GEOHOE F. HUFF, OlMVKsT.MOflE UaND. Election Time. Nov. ft The Tribune ordinarily would gladly print any pertinent communi cation that obeyed its rule governing brevity and n bona fide signature; but in campaign times it prefers not to tak...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 23 August 1894

THE SCRANTON.. TRIBUNE TI1UKSDAY. . MORNING-, AUGUST 23, 1S94. 5 A . rounded ' r spoonful of MM .mv kviiv! nvk ithan a heaping spoonful r of others.- Norrman&loore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avonuo Have your COLLARS starched in the cM way. when yon can have them done with sorti pliable Butionholclor TWO CENTS BACH. Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY New and Very Choice Line of Trimmings Hears & 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. Williams &' IVLcAnuity 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 their summer' vacation can have their favor ite paper aent to tliaiu without extna cost, ny nouiyuiK mis omce u file ue Irad changes lu the paper' vdilre.n. The Delaware and Hudson Canal com pany has complete...

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

IIE SCRANTON TUIBXTXE-TnUllSDAT MORNriTG, AUGUST 23, 1894. TyLMYSTERYSrCAB COPYRiJh7LI CHAPTER VI. Having made up my mind what course pursue, I returned to Marshruinster, look leave of my relatives and left that (veiling for London. There I remained two days reviewing the strange eveutt) lu which I had lately been an actor. At one moment it was in my mind to aban don what certainly seemed to be a hopoless search, for I could but see it -as a matter of great diffloulty to lay Biy baud ou the assassin of Francis. It would be better, I thought, to place the matter in the bauds of the police and let them thrash it out for themselves. Two reasons prevented my taking this Ignoble course. One was that Francis Brafrfleld had been a college friend, and I was unwill ing that his death should go unaveug ed. The story of his love for Olivia, whieh he had told me at the inn, con tained the elements of a strange ro mance fitly capped by his tragic end. I felt certain that Felix, through his hired...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 23 August 1894

t THE SCH ANTON TRIBUNE TIIU11S DAY MOUNING. : AUGUST 23, 189 f: GENERAL S OF Ths dUcovarjr of a vein of anthracite al at Areola Station, on th Perklo Ben railroad, waa ths tubjeot of a re lent paper by Professor 0. S. Carter, if tbe Boys' high acbool, bafora the Franklin institute, in which, acconl mg to a report printed in tbe Philadel phia Record, he presented some inter esting facts regarding tbe existence of coal in Montgomery county. Mr. Carter visited Areola, where be found the ceal seam to be 26 Inches thick at its widest part, gradually thinning down to. an inch thick. The coal proved . S a bard, compact and lus trous jraolte, which on analysis gave the (lowing results: Water.... 1 95 Volatile an a combustible matter.... G.M Fixed nrlinn 83 8 Ash 9 50 100.08 'There are other instances of the occurrence of coal in Montgomery county," eald Professor Carter. "Iu tbe new red sandstone at Norristown, ch Elm street, near tbe Stony Creek railroad, a seam .of ooal an inch in thickn...

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

9 TJIE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE TIIDHSD AT MORNING. AUGUST 23. 189 t We Keep Up To the minute on all NEW STYLES, and are the first to introduce them to tho Ketail Trade. Every Detail of Merchandising Is so carefully watched that there is slight chance of dis satisfaction. Quoting Prices Goes for LITTLE Unless You See the Goods. Every department is a reser voir of STYLE and ELE GANCE, and wo offer no sleepy imitation for patron age. BUY HERE, and You Will Get the Best Do not drift away from our FIXE GOODS AT LOW TRICES. Remember, We Take Pleasure To Show Goods and Quote Trices. If we can suit you iu a satisfactory purchase, we are both benefited. We NEVER INSIST ON YOU purchasing what yon don't want. Our Entire Store, Our clerks, out system of buying, all are at your ser vice, Early Fall Dress Goods The examination of our Dress Materials for Fall is early SO' licited. Tho variety of do signs to choose from is as ex tensive as formerly. The qualities, the finish and the prices are the best....

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

One of the features of Saturday's Tribune will be a brilliant letter from Councilman Koba- THE Saturday Tribune by; the way, is a paper that you'll particularly want to take home. than, in Wales. ten EIGHT PAGES--5G COLUMNS. SCRANTON, VA. FRIDAY MQRXINQ. AUGUST' 21, 1804. TWO CENTS A COrY. THE TrIBONE HAS A LARGEB IS Gas Not Attached His Signature to. the .Senate Tariff Bill. STILL OBJECTS TO THE MEASURE The President Expresses His Objec tions to the Gorman Substitute for Wilson Ideal, but Does Not Say Whether He Will Sign or Veto the Act Sanguine Democrats Say That There Is a Possibility That Mr. Cleveland Will Sign the Bill. Washington. Auir. 23. HEN it was known mat Sp-iker Lrup bad seen Mr. Cleveland today there was a rush of members to the sneaker's room in orJer to learn the president's intwu tion hb to the tariff. All tbe speaker would nay was that the president would probably allow tbe bill to b coiue a law without his signature. lie Bnid tbe preaideut bad uot told bim what ...

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

2 THE SCRANTON TIJIBUNErKlDAT MORNING, AUGUST 24, 1894. BASE BALL Scranton Halts Wilkes-Barre's Percentage Increasing Mania. PITCHER DELANEY IS RESPONSIBLE The Blackbirds Again Lose to the Coming Champion of the Eastern League Mike Kelly Defeated by Syracuse Springfield Victorious Over Buffalo Standing of the Clubs National and State League Results-Base Ball, Bicycle and Horse Notes. ILKES-IiARRE weut down yester day before Manager Cabin's team, des pite tbe proud boast of the "down creek" men that we would lose theen tire series. Syracuse's victories over the AUeutowu nine enables tbe for mer to pass Wilkes Burre for fourth place. Providence till further inoreasod its percentages hy defeating Erie, while Springfield again demolished the Bisons. Tbe percentages of the clubs, num ber of games won and lost by each, and their standing in tbe championship race is as follows: Wen. Lost. PerC't, Providence 6'J ill .!o" Buffalo 67 4 .643 Erie 40 40 .53S ftynictiso 4!) 47 .510 Wilkes-Barre....

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

THE SCTtANTON ,TIIIRUN"E FIITDAY MOItOTNU, AUGUST 24, 1894. STELLE & SEELEY 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 BV The Weston ill Co, EEWARB . OF COUNTERFEITS ) THE GENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G., B. & Co., Imprlntai n Each B'qif. Garney, Brown & Co. Mflr's. IUUHI UUUnk. hUUAIiK. DR. H. B. WARE will be in his office on and after the first weak in Septem ber. PERSONAL. Miss Lizzie Levering, of Greenwood, Is Tioiuu iu tvesi virgmia. Miss Margaret Campbell, of Hazleton, was In the city yesterday visiting friends. Miss Florence Jennings returned to liar Horn in Cincinnati yosterday, after visit ing Miss Snover, of this city. Miss Annie Elizabeth, daughter of Mrs. uwen l.usick, leaves this morning for jew lork on a mouths' visit. P. A. Phiibin, the Archbald correspond ent of Tng Trircne, is spendiug a brief vacation aiong ine uuusou. Attorney M. T. Corcoran,...

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

TIIE R CI? ANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY MORNING.- AUGUST L'4, 1894. PUBLISHED DAILY IN 8CHANTOH. ) TMI Tribuhc Publishing Company. (. P. KINGSBURY. INOUl MANAW. NtW YOK OfUCIl TliaUNt UILOID. fA AAV. MANAACH. Y YMC POATOFPtCI AY ACAANTOHt Mm IGONA-GLAAA MAIL MATTCA. iCl... ..!. ff ll.o u....l-.ur1 1.... I'll III for ttdvertiacr.4, ratrl tlio M'llANTON i II in i E m t lie best advert miijf nieiiiim In Northern tern l'eiiuyl vaulu. "Printers Ink" knows. tCR ANTON. AUGUST 24. iSM. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor: DAXIEL II. HASTINGS, Ob' CK.NTK1U Tor Lkutaiant (invenwr: WALTER LYON, OF ALI.LIIIIENY. lor Auditor General; AMOS II. JIYLDT, OF LAMCAHTKH. lor Secretary of Vernal Affairs; JAMES V. LATTA, OF I'tULADELl'llIA. lor Congremeni-Larqr: UALUSHA A'. onOW, OF SUSQUEHANNA. GEORGE F. HUFF, OF WESTMORELAND. Election Time, Nov. 0. After doing their best to destroy prosperity, Democracy uow halls Its Inevitable return as a tribute to its leg islative skill. The Democratic party is au amusing...

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