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

THE. SCRANTON' TRIBUNE-FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 24, 1801. 5 - THOSE I if i teaspoonful of J it does more and better work J . than a heaping y-Ay jl teaspoonful of. others. Cleveland Baling Powder Co., New York, ' jf Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenuo DOlNf'T Have your COLLARS starched in tht oU way, when yon can have them done with soft, tillable Buttonholes lor TWO CENTS EACH. Lackawanna THE , LAUNDRY New and Very Choice Line of JET Trimmings 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. 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 nmmer'i vacation can have their favor ite paper sent to them without extra, coat, by notifying this cilllne of the de sired channel in the paper' addreas. 41 lea Mar...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 24 August 1894

0 TIIE SCUANTON TRIEtTJTE FHTDAT MOKNINO, AUGUST 24. 18Dl. CHAPTER VII. Aftrr thut interview with Felix I ro turnod forthwith to London. I had no eomplishod tlio object of my jonrnry nnd did not euro about ntnyiiig longer iu Palis. My mind was much perturbed, as I was qtiito rmublo to como to any cnnrlnsion rospeetiug tho opiwxlo at the Fen inn. Beyond all doubt I had proved that Franein was at Mandimiuster, Fe lix in 1'arin. Who, then, was tho man I had mot nt tho inn? It was impossible that I oould be mistaken in the identity of iny eollese friend, yet in the face of Btieh evideuoo us I had gathered it was ridieuhnis to ding to my iirst impres sions. Thoro could not be three brothers tixaoily alilio in personal appearances, and yrt I had beheld throo men at tho Fen inn, nt Murshminster and in Paris who rosemblrd each other in every re spect. Tho more I pondored over tho mystery, tho deeper did it become, and tho more confused grow my brain. I began to think that I was tho vic tim ...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 24 August 1894

THE SCR ANTON FRIDAY MORNING. AUGUST 24, 1894. GENERAL HEWS OF Apropos of tb fact, now well us sored, that tbe present year will wit ness the incorporation of a greater number of electrio railways in this state than at any time since tbe adop tion of electricity as a motive power, tbe Philadelphia Stockholder perti nently questions whether . there is not clanger lest tbis one branch of indus trial activity should soon be overdone. Of course, mauy of tbe charters granted for alleged electrical pur poses exist for the most part of tbe one purpose of attracting capital out of competitive pockets. But all tbis duly discounted, tbere yet remains in inimy quarters a proneness to exaggerate the earning capacity of trolley street rail ways. Our Philadelphia contemporary opportunely points out that iu several localities duplicate or parallel roads are contemplated, and in case tbey are bnilt it wiii mean a fight to the finish a "survivul of the fittest." Tbe fenr that too many new lines are ...

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

THE SCIJANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. AUGUST 24. 1894. We Keep Up To tlie minuto on all 2sEV STYLES, and are the first to introduce tlienv to the Retail 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 oifer 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 Quoto Prices. If wo can suit you iu a satisfactory purchase, we are both benefited. "We XIIVEU INSIST OX YOU purchasing what you don't want. Our Entire Store, Our clerks, our system of buying, all are at your service. Early Fall Dress Goods The examination of our Dress Materials for Fall is early so licited. The variety of de signs to choose from is as ex tensive as formerly. The qualities, the finish and the prices are the best. GOR...

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

Examine carefully this Saturday extra number and see if this aim haa been fulfilled. ' "Something of real in terest for every reader," is our motto and our aim. Vtft TWELVE PAGES-84 COLUMNS. PCRANTON. PA., SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST 25. 1894. TWO CENTS A COrT. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SCRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER SCHUYLKILL M HORROR Terrible Explosions Yesterday la ton Collier;. Cilbsr- LIST OF THE KILLED AND INJURED Two Terrific Explosions Occur in the Workings of the Philadelphia and Reading Coal and Iron Company at Gilberton Nine Miners Are Seri ously Injured Exciting Scenes at the Mine. rorrsviu-K, Aug. 24. Shortly after noon today an explosion of gas took plaoe in the workiuirs of the Puilndel phia and Reading Coal and Iron com pony's colliery at Gilberton by which one uisi-whs killed, one fatally in j an d and nine other more or less Beriously buriwd. The killed and injured are as follows: KILLED Frank McCormick, fire boBs of Sho...

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

J HE SCKANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 25, 1894 BASE BALL Scranton Defeated ,by Allentown la a Very Short Game. PROVIDENCE DEFEATS BUFFALO Wilkes-Barre Drops a Notch Lower in the Pennant Race by Being De feated by Syracuse Springfield Wins from Erie Standing of the Clubs National and State League Summaries Notes of the National Pastime. II, II A I Once again in seeond place from tha other onrl. Bat unfortunately we are compelled to share it, for the present at loast, with Springfield. The Honorable Michael is respon sible for this condi tion, of events. In the Eootorn leasue couteBts played yesterday Providence increased its land for firnt place by defeating Buffalo. Syracuse. Springfield and Al len town wero the other rietors. Tbe percentages of the elubs, num ber of (ramus won and lost by each, and their standing in the ohampionship race is as follow: Won. Lost. Providonce fiO 31 Jluffulo 57 4'J Erio 4i 41 Syracuse 53 47 Wilkos-llnrre... 4 40 Sprinplleld 411 4S Forauton 45...

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

THE SCttANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORTmSfG. AUGUST 23, 1894. 3 STELLE & SEELE' 134 Wyoming Aye. We will show you what you want. GOOD BREAD -USE THE ff WHIT And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO THE TRADE BY The Jeston ill Co, EEISARB OF COONIEMTS ) THE 6EHUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G.. B. & Co., Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr'B. COtltl UOUhb bUUAKK. DR. H. B. WARE will be in his office on and' after the first week in Septem ber. SOUTH side. UIii Mary Ellen Burks Surprised on Ear Seventeenth Birthday. Last night the home of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Burke, of 1518 Pittston avenue, whs invaded by several of the young friends of Miss Burke, and a good time enjoyed until morning. It was the oc casion of the seventeenth anniversary of the birthday of Miss Mary Ellen Bnrke, and it was appropriately ob served by a party of ber young friends. McDonald's orchestra furnished the ruusio. Those who attended are as follows: Misses Maggie Reilly, Katie Hughes, Mai...

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

THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST 25, 1S94. Published daily in Scbantom, PA.a av TNf TftlBUHS PUBLItHINQ COMPANY. K. P. KINGSBURY. New Your Oppick i Tmisunb luiLoina. fwuia Quay, MANAacn. CNTKRKO AT THI POrromCI AT aORANTON, M. A KCORR-C1ASR MAIL MATTER. "I'lintc-iV JnK," llio ri'coniL'd juurniil for iKlvui'ti.tMM, rati s tho M U.VMUN 1 I; I I'.I NKiiM tho ht.t u(lvtTtiiii medium In Northi'titlcm iuusyl vauia. 'i'rintora' Ii.k" knows. kCHANTON. AUUUST 23, ISOt. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Goveninri DANIEL II. HASTINGS, in l.K.vnMU For Lieutauint Oi.irrnnr: WALTER LYOJ, ot ALI.n.ut; v. Tor Auditor General: Alloa II. MYLIS. OF LANCASTUIC. For Secretary of ltirnnt Affitin: JA.VES V. LA.TTA, 01' i'llll.A JECI III V For Congremnen-at-Lary: GALUSHA A. OROW, OF 8lS(,iUliIIANNA. GEOliHK V. HUFF, Ob' WlisTMOItKLAND. Election Time, Nov. 0. It is a compliment to the vital business energy of American people that even flio Democratic organs lire forced to concede their party's inab...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 25 August 1894

THE SCRANTOX TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 25, 1891. The leading teachers of cookery and writers on Domestic Science ' use and recommend Cleveland's . Baking Powder, as Mrs. Rorer, the Principal of the Philadelphia Cooking School, f know what you are -k t eating when you use Its true composition is given on every label. T pure" ami "Sure.'r Miss Farmer, the Principal Of the Boston Cooking School, Miss Bedford, the Superintendent of the New York Cooking School, "Mrs. Ewing, the Principal of the Chautauqua School of Cookery. Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenuo 'T Have your ('(H.LAKS starched In tho Kid way, when you can havo tlioia done with ioft pliable BuUouhol'js (or TWO CENTS EACH. Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY New and Very Choice Line of i rim m nigs Mears k Hagen 4I5 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. 127 "Wyoming Ave. To my friends: I hereby announce that I ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 25 August 1894

Tlffi SCItAOTON TKIBUNE S ATUH DAT MORNING. AUGUST 25, ,1894; Ii OF 1111 Interesting Budget o' News and Gossip Relating to the Cycling Craz?. PRESENT LAW AS TO CYCLING In Pennsylvania, Under the Act of 1889, the Bicycle Is Given the Same Rights and Made Subject to the Same Restrictions as Apply to Ve hicles Drawn by Horses What Constitutes Negligence Under This Statue Other Intelligence of Inter est to Riders of the Silent Steed. Jur the faturtlny Tribune The bicycle, by the act of -Aril 1SSII, was given the same rights in Pennsylvania and was made subject to the same restrictions which lly h vehicles drawn by horses. This law lias not been In operation long enough for the supreme court of the slate to define the many cases of negligence which may arise under it, but the for eign courts have rendered quite a num ber of bicycle decisions so directly in the line of common sense that it may be presumed that the local courts would not depart far from them if sim ilar facts and circumsta...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 25 August 1894

THIS SCRANTON TllIJiUNE SATUUDAY MORNING-. AUGUST 25. 1S94. CASES OF GOOD E Guarding Unsuspecting Ledgers at the ;ry Swell Summer Hotels. . INGENUITY OF CUNNING THIEYES An Occupation That Requires Cool ness and Judgment Use of Wigs, Spectacles and Skeleton Keys. Good Luck of a Diamond Drummer. A Well Laid Trap, and Other Reada ble Incidents of a Side of Life That Seldom Is Made Public. lor the Saturday Tribune. r Just now tho detectives in tlio summer hotels nro dooidedly busy. Thpy must not only guiml tho guests from outsiders, hut from wolves who havo stealthily strayed Into tho fold. And they must mako no mistake, for that would ho awkward, i "My tot casa this summer," said a de tective nt ono of the largo Atlnutlu City jiotela tho othox day, "was a queer one. Mr. 9. and his wifo havo buen coming hero pow for flvo years. This yenr they camo up on tho i o'clock troia and were assign- "GIVE MENO. 2C." oil to room Na. 2t5, their old quarters. At 0 O'clock they enmo down stairs, left...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 25 August 1894

8 THE SCBANTON TMBUJTE-8ATUEDAT MORNING, ATJGUSf 25, 1894;' SCULPTURE AS EDUCATOR Public Commemorative Statues Should Be Ar tistic as Well as Realistic. SCRANTON'S MONUMENTS SCORED One Critic Contends That Columbus Looks Like a Grandmother and Washington Like a Guileless Bu colicExpression of a Hope That the Sheridan Memorial Monument May Escape One Common Fault. For the Saturday Tribune. Are the statues that adorn Scnm ton'a court house square inartistic'.' How many have thought of this ques tion? la the mails that reach a daily news paper ollice are many letters upon many subjects. Some of these letters are unsigned and some are signed, while others eflect a compromise by attaching pseudonyms. Tub Trib une's rule is to print no unsigned let ters and no letters with a pseudonym "merely, when the subject under dis cussion pertains to current events, in volving personal criticism. Hut it'a a poor rule that isu't broken once. "Citi zen" writes so trenchantly upon a sub ject of curreut...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 25 August 1894

THE. SCHANTON TElBtTNE-SATUIlDAY MOROTKG, AWOST 25, 1894. SOI Hp HINTS Suggestions That May Enable Many Tribune Readers to Feel Better. WISDOM FOR THE HOUSEHOLD These Hints Don't .Cost Much, Are Not Copyrighted and if They Don't Do You Any Good You Can Have the Satisfaction of Knowing That They Will Not Do You Any Harm. For the bkiiurduu Tribune, The newest heultli-Kiviiig discovery Is called by its im-untor the tlienito gen. It consists of a quilt containing a coil of wire bunt in t tie fashion of a gridiron, inclosed in insulating and non-conducting material, and imbed ded in cotton, wool or oilier soft sub stance with a silk or woolen covering. The resistance ollered by the coil to the How of an electric current through the wire produces heat in the same way that heat and eventually litrht are pro duced in the filament of the glow lamp. A uniform temperature of about lot) degrees Fahrenheit is thus main tained; but in the event of the tem perature rising beyoud that point from In...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 25 August 1894

imi ? 10 THE SCBANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST? 25, 1894; 4,V. "li CQPYRKiHTEP CHAPTER VIII. Tho drama of "Tho Prodigal Son" ras enacted over tiffin when I rctununl to Miirshniinster. My aunt hud p-cnt-ly resented my sudden departure for lJnr is and announced that they this time, intended to Loop 1110 with them fur Bomo weekd. I had no objection to this arrangement, as I anticipated a long and laborious task iu ferreting out evi dence against Felix. Tho tirst thinpr to bo dono was to learn all that bad taken placo in my nbsence, and tho informa tion was ably supplied by Aunt Jano, Becoudod by her sister. I inquired about Briarfiold and his fiancee. "Bollin Ilall is to bo shut up next Wook, " said Aunt Jauo. "Tho l'ellius ore going to town and with them llr. Briurik-ld." "I wonder thoy staid hero so Ion,? When tho season was on in London," Baid Annt bophia, "but it was all that foolish Mrs. lJullin. Sho cho30 to con sider herself ill and so insisted upon ro taaining hero. Now...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 25 August 1894

TIIE fiCl? ANTON TRIE UNE SATURDAY JrOIOTtfG. AUGUST 23, 1S94. 11 DARING DUDS OFTHEWM S3veral True Stories of United Bravcrj and Individual Valor. THE COURAGE OF OUR VOLUNTEERS Martial Heroism of Old World His tory Far Surpassed New Themes for Poet's Pen and Orator's Tongue. Three Hundred Fighting Regi mentsFamous Brigades Who Will Live in History Alongside) the Heroes of Thermopylae. Copyriuht lS'V, bj th American Preu Axto rim ion and published in the Haturduu Tri bune by tjitc.ui at run jL'utuiit. Many your ago, when tho great Von Moltke, the renowned iimrslml of the invin cible. Prussian armies, declared that our civil war didn't interest him bccaimo ho was not "concerned In tho fighting of mobs," and othor talk of tho kind was heralded across the water, it seemed thnt thero might bo something In It. Ameriou could boast of neither a Marathon noru Waterloo, neither u Hannibal nor n Nnpo loon. But tho war annalist is driving that inexcusablo modesty out of our heads. It required c...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 25 August 1894

12 TJIE SCKANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 25. 1894 te Keep Up To the minuto ou all NEW STYLES, and are tlio first to introduce them to the Iietail Trade. Every Detail of Merchandising Is so carefully watched that there is slight chance of dis satisfaction. Quoting Prices Goes for LITTLE Unless You Sea the Goods. Every department is a reser voir of STYLE ami ELE GANCE, and wo offer no sleepy imitatioa for patron- aire. BUY HERE, and You Will Get the Best Do not drift away from our FIXE GOODS AT LOW H1ICE9. Remember, We Take Pleasure To Show Goods and Quoto Prices. If wo can suit you in a satisfactory 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 Tho examination of our Dress Materials for Fall is early so licited. Tho varioty of do signs to chooso from is as ex tensive as formerly. Tho qualities, the finish and tho prices are the best. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 27 August 1894

OUR EXTRA. SATURDAY EDITION ' BUT EVERY DAY IS A GOOD DAY FOR READERS OF THE TRIBUXE. WAS VERY FAVORAKJ.yt TT7I1TITTTT-T ' XV lj Villi. V lllLf. EIGIIT PAGES 56 COLUMNS. SCR ANTON, PA.. MONDAY MORNING. AUGUST 27. 1894. TWO CENTS A COrY. THE TRIBUNE HAS I LARGER BONA FIDE C 1 R G U LA f 1 0 rA M 0 NG S C R A NT 0 N BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER ' i - j i . , .- , -; THE ORATORS S No Opportunities Allowed for Delivering Brilliant Speeches. THE CLOSING DAYS OF CONGRESS Remarkable for Unexpected Happen ingsMuch of the Business at the Close of the Session Transacted Behind Closed Doors in Order to Head Off Campaign Speeches That Had Been Prepared for Delivery and Publication in the Congressional Record. Washington, Ang. 20. F there ever had been a lingering hope of more legislation during tint remainder of this session of con gress that hone whs dispelled bv a remark made behind closed doors Fri day afternoon by Mr. Quay, that it was to be understood that t ,ere should lie no...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 27 August 1894

Tim SCRA2TT0N TErBTTITE MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 27, 1894; BASE BALL Scraatoo Breaks Even la (be Series with Allentown. WON OUT IN THE NINTH INNING Springfield Takes Two Games from the Erie Blackbirds Providence Defeats Buffalo with Ease, and Wilkes-Barre Goes Down Before Syracuse Standing of the Clubs. National and State League Sum mariesBase Ball, Bicycle and Gen eral Sporting News. NOTHER week of (tie championship season in the Eastern league has passed. Providence is play inr in superb form and will finish tbe season the proud possessor of the li'netie pennant. Buffalo and Syra cuse are also putting up a stiff article of ball, the former in Rocond place and the latter in third position, seventeen points behind. It in quite probable that Springfield will finish in fourth plsee, as since her itmngthening by several of the old l'roy players ehe is putting lots of Bin der iuto hor play. Erie is also play ing well, while Scranton. for Ihn reason of its being organized so late in the Be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 27 August 1894

THE SCHAlfTON TRIBUNE -MONDAY MORNING. AUGUST 27. 1894. A Foe to Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD -USE THE SHOW WHIT And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO THE TRADE BY The Weston Mill Co. EEWARB OF COUNTERFEITS J THt BEMIHNE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE IWITU19 G.. B. & Co., Barney, Brown & Co. Mfrs. lUlUi HOUnU kUUAKK. DR. H. B. WARE will be in his office on and after the first week in Septem ber. PERSONAL. Lon Cleves, of De Kalb, 111, Is visiting friends here. Bernard Breekstein, of the Chicago post office, is visiting hU parents here. Miss Annie Kelly, of Carbondnle. is a fuestoi airs, De Witt, of Adams avenue. Miss Burke, of Carbondnle. was a iruest f Miss May C. Dully, of Madison avenue ireaterdav. Lieutenant Governor Watres left Sat lrday for New York, where he exDects to e for a few days. Miss Loretta Jennings and Mary McAn drews, are home from a visit among rela tives in Geneva, N. Y. Mrst John ?Peuser, of Lafayette street. tseriouly ill at Conynabara. the ho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 27 August 1894

TIIE SCRANTON TKIBUNE-MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 27, 1894. PUBLISHED DAILY IN SCMNTON, P. TNI ritltUNC PUBLISMINO COMPANY. K. ft KINGSBURY. INIIUl MAHAW New Von Omen TmnMt uilwn. reAM Orav, Manaokr. INTinD AT TMl POATOrriM AT acMltTOIfc tn IOOHS-OUM MAIL MATTM. "l'riiiter' Ink," tho recognized journal for advertisers, ratoi tho SCHANTON '1 H I IiUNE as the best advertising medium iu.Mortlioantcrn l'eousylvania. "I'riuter' li.k" knout. SCRANTON. AUGUST 27. 1891. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. for Governor! DANIEL IT. HASTINGS, OF CENTER, For tituimunt (lovirnnr: WALTER LYON, OF ALt.EUnExr. for Auditor General: A5IOS H. MYLTX, Ot' LANCASTER, for Secretary of Itmiai Affnim JAMES W. LATTA, OF PHlI-AliEM'HIA. for Congressmen-at-Larqe: OA LUSH A A. GROW, OF BL'fitJUF.FTANNA. GEOKWEF. HUFF, OF WEHT.MOHELAND, Election Time, 'ot. A, It is 1'i.EAsma to notice that tho local support of Major AVarreu's can didacy for tho stato league presidency comes from nil elements m the ranks of his party. This is on...

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