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

THE . SCRANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 1, 1894. Emphatically "Pure" and "Suo." Tlie strength comes from cream of tartar and soda only, no ammonia, no alum., it tlocs the most work and the best work, and, best of all, it is perfectly wholesome' Cltvland Baking Powdir Co., tint yen'.; Sunnier it Cievilimt Biotktrt. NorrmanA Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenuo DOISTT Era your COLLARS itarohed la te eM way. when you can have hm don. with soft, pliable Buttonholes for TWO CENTB BACH. kackawanna LAUNDRY New and Very Choice Line of JET Trimmings Mears & Hap 415 Lacka. Ave. If you want 1 Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper or Window Shades, come to us. We have a full li'np r( j j goods, and our prices are very low. 127 Wyoming Ave. ' To my friends: I hereby announce l ik.i I u - - . I : ,1 - . - r . I mat 1 win uo a lanuiuMia ivr ine nomi1 nation of district attorney, before the Republican County convention. JOHN R. JONES. CITY NOTES. The police were paid yesterday. The city ...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 1 September 1894

V VUTS SCEAKTON TKlBTWE-SATimDAT HOKNIN&,' SEPTEMBER 1. 189. RISE OF WELSH NATIONALITY BrcWjIshop Howell, of Wrexham, Contributes as Eloquent Communication. INTELLECTUAL LIFE OF WALES It Has Been Greatly Stimulated During Recent Years by the Development of a Sentiment Favorable to a Strong National Individuality But This Sentiment Is Not Hostile to the ln tcgrity of the British Empire. For Vie Saturday Tribune. Among the influences which have contributed to the revival of national feoling in Wales may bo mentioned the natural reaction from the long and persistent repression of the patriotic instincts of the Welsh people, on the part of the "powers that tie" in church and state. A spring cannot for ever bo kept under, and the longer it is sup pressed the more copious and irresist ible will its outllow become. Ho it has been in Wales. Something may also be said for tho fact that meu of char acter, intelligence and position, such as the late Henry Richard, the late Dean of Bangor a...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 1 September 1894

THE SCKANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 1, 189.' OF NERVE FROM THE TURF Plungers Grannan and Pittsburg Phil De scribed Just as Ibey Are. MONTE CR1ST0S OF BOOKMAKERS Grannan Backs His Own Opinions and Wins or Loses Indifferently Pitts burg Phil's Up and Down Career. Two Remarkable Gamblers Por trayed with a Fidelity That Shows Both Sides of the Picture in Vivid Outlines. For the Saturday Tribune. I Such a frail looking boy I Riley Gran ran, the now pluugor at horse racing, has not yet (cached his twenty-fourth year. Ilia small dark eyes seem to luugh at the awful thinness and anzioty of his faoo. Although ho Is about 5 feet Inches In height, he cannot weigh more thnn 120 pounds. As he lifts his hot for a moment he shows a fairly well balanced head, but neither his forehead nor his features gen- r.ILET GRAXNAN". crally indicate that ruggedness of charac ter which one would look for in a man who oculd carve success out of such a busi ness as bookmaklng. Only five years ago thi...

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

8 THE ft'UKAJSTON ' TltlHUJN'E SATUKDAY MOKJNXCTGK SEPTEMBER 1 1891; Social IIIIIIIIIIll'llll! During the past week there was a decided revival in matters social. The homecomers from the summer resorts set the ball in motion and it will be kept spinning merrily during the coming week. There are many visitors now in the city und during the week numerous delightful social functions will be held in their honor, as well as others of a more pretentious nature. The tennis tournament of the Scranton Lawn club, w ith which the week will close, will bring many guests to the city, who will be entertained in vari ous ways. It is expected that the coming tournament will eclipse all previous efforts of the lawn club. This will be the week par excellence of the college people. They are re turning to the city from the different resorts of the mountains, country or seaside, where they whiled away a portion of their vacations, and are now preparing to return to their studies aft er taking one last p...

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

THE 'SCEANTON ' TEIBbNE SATUKbAT ' MOEKINQ-.'" :SPtEM3JER 1894; THE The meetings bald io tb tent on the itfeet Bideare well attended- Aecom modatloae art provided for 2,000 peo ple. Daring tae week night services an average of 1.600 paopla have at (ambled to bear E. W. BUsa preaahlng, while laat Sunday orer 3,000 people were in and around the doors of the tent. Mr., Bliss Is a man of great abil ity in eTangelietio work, and bas been a oo laborer of D L. Moody for the past twenty yean. He la not an ordained minister, and h'aa not bad collegiate training, bnt ii- one of tbe hundreds turned ont of tbe Moody Training aohool, Into which ba entered, having given up bla business as traveling sales man. .His style is clear' and dlreot, triklng home to the hearts of bis bear ers to convince them of their errors. He is preparing the way for his master and teaoher. and no apsoial effort bas been thus far made to gather in the converts. Mr. Moody will be in town today and will stay In tbe Westm...

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

yW iH,illKlWlllWlll feT-ww 10 THE SCEANTON TRIBITNE SATUEDAY MOEOTN; SEPTEMBER 1, 1894; AW- CHAPTEB XV, "Ton-Boo I was right, " saul Morrfck Vhcn I met him at tho station, "Ton have boon right in cvory iu ptanoe," I nnsworefl. "The inspector here quite agrees with mo that you should ho a detective. Whero are your prisoners?" "No, no! Not prisoners, replied Jlorriok, Bbooked ut tho word. "Tlu-y nro my guest traveling companions What yon will, but not prisoner " "Still I see my dotectivo attends on them both, " eaid I ns Strent and Rose Gornon came along tho platform. "It is woll to tnke all procantions. How is Francis Briarflold?" "Bather downcast. Ho is nfraid of being arrcstod for tho murder. " "No foar of that, " anfrwored MerricTc, casting a glanco at Strent. "This gon tloman'B evidence will exonorato him fully." Strnnt, smooth and unctuous as over, rnbbod his hands and bowed, but Roso Gernon turned her back on him with a gosturo of disgust Evidontly she had not forgiven his hurr...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 1 September 1894

. THE SCUAKTOS TlttBtttfE-SATURDAY JtOIttfItf(3V SEPTEMBER 1. 1894. 11 HEROES BRAVE 10 BE PRESENT Interesting and Timely Suggestions Arising from the Pittsburg EaoampnuaL AMONG THE NATION'S DEFENDERS The Point of Confluence of the Monon gahela and the Allegheny a Peculiarly Fitting Place for This Year's Meet ing of the Veterans of the Grand Army of the Republic A Glance Into the Future History, Past, Present and to Come Searched for Facts and Fancies AnDrooriate to the Big Reunion. iCopvrlgM 1 cidiion ciife time by tp II Vt Amtrican Preii Jmn lihei in the Haturdaf M arranflenwnl The pan lot tho Grand Army of the ttammr on Sept 11 may possibly bo losa Imposing in point of numbers than some which havo taken place In the past, especially those at Boston. Washington and Indianapolis, although Pittsburg lies in tho center of stretch of territory which furnished CAPTAIN J. B. ADAMS, COMMANDER IH CHIEF. more than one-third of the Boldiors of the war the states of Pennsylvania, New York and...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 1 September 1894

12 THE SCBAKTON TMBITITE-SATUEDAT MORNING; - SEPTEMBER 1. 1894; ID ABOU T OURSELVES FIRST When we have a good thin? we are anxious to divide it among our friends. We require more space for our Fall Trade and all Summer Goods must make way. We can not afford to carry them over until next season. We give you Bargains. SECOND Our Fall Goods are com ing in daily; very choice 3 ailU G10V63 in all new shades and popular lengths. Cor sets, all sizes and best makes. Laces, Dress Trimmings, Umbrellas, Hosiery, Etc. Every de partment is a reservoir of style and elegance. Val ues beyond the wildest dreams of the economi cal We never resort to extravagant statements, but will let the goods speak for themselves. THIRD The Fashions illustrated in our Monthly are the latest We are the only dry goods house that pub lishes a Fashion Monthly and hope you appreciate our efforts. If .you wish to dress well and dress economically, don't fail to A it- GORMAN'S en MID DEPOT A Noted Physician Now With Us. ...

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

Yf 'Aim THE TRIBUNE Is for the nominees of the convention. THE TRIBUNE Is for the nominees of the convention. EIGHT PAGES-84 COLUMNS. KCltANTON, PA., MONDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 3. 1S94. TWO CENTS A COPY. THE TRIBUNE HAS AMBER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION APONG SCRANTON BUSINESS ehFaN ANY OTHER MOBNING-PflPEB MANY PEOPLE CREMATED FOREST FIRES Horrible Fate of the Inhabitants of Hinckley TWO TOWNS ENTIRELY WIPED OUT Hundreds of Unfortunates Made Homeless by the Flames One Hun dred and Forty-eight Dead Bodies Already Discovered in the Ruins. Exciting Experience of the Passen sengers Upon a Train on the St. Paul and Duluth Railroad The Train Compelled to Back Away from the Fiery Furnace A Brave Woman's Struggle for Life Rescu ing Parties Hastening to the Scenes of Disaster, Rebuilding Burned Railroad Bridges Before Them.; St. Cloud, Minn., S'pt. 2. THE first report of the terrible logo of Ufa at Hinckley was received bre early tbii rooming from Pioe City and a message to the Great Northern ofli...

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

55 THE SCIiAXlW TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 3, 1894. BASE BALL Scranton Captured Both Games Played With Syracuse Saturday, SALT DIGGERS UNABLE TO BAT Wilkes-Barre Takes Two of the Three Games Played With Yonkers Buf falo Loses Two to Erie, and Spring field Is Victorious Over Providence. Standing of the Clubs National and State League Games Played Saturday Diamond Notes. HERE were lively Stf rnh timea In the Eaet- ' 1 1 ern leao-tia eames k i ronmnoi u t&n dropped another caine to SnrlneQsld. Til7 the letter's yiotory. j aided by the two de- Bnffalo at the bands ef the Erioa, moved into fourth place. Syracuse lost two games to Seranton, and is therefore but two points ahead of Erie in seeoni place. ACWilkes-Barre the home team succeeded in capturing two sanies out of three played with Kelly's Yonkers' team, land still oscupies seventh place, fifteen points behind Soranton. The following table dives the per centages of the olnbf, the number of games won and lost by each, and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 3 September 1894

7' THE SCTIANTON TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 3, 1894. t .C " A Foe to Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD . -USB THE SHOW WHITE FLOUR And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO THE TRADE BY The Weston 111 Co BEWARE 0? COUNTERFEITS J Trig GENUINE POP1IUB Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G.. B. 8c Co., ImnrWod Eenh Clime. Carney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. COUKT HWUtK bUUAKK. Dr. H. B. WARE PRACTICE LIMITED TO TUB EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT 406 Spruce Street, Office Hours: j jj TO 11.80. TO 5. PERSONAL. Attorney R. Q. Murray is in riiiladel pbia. Soseph P. Nolan called on Pittston friends yesterdny. Mies Ella O'Bovle, of Railroad avenue, Is visitiug frleuils" iu Pittston. John Thomas, of Lnfnyottn street, spent the Sabbath with friends at Lake Winola. Miss Lizzie Coombs, of the West Bide, left on Saturday morning for Philadelphia. C. P. O'Malley returned yestorday after a Bhort vacation spent at Lnko tarey and Buffalo. Frank McCann and P. J. Duffy were the guests of Wilkee-Barre and Pit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 3 September 1894

THE SCIM.NTON TRIBUITE MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 3, 1S94. Pu.ll.HIS DAILY IN BCRNTOH, PA., TMl TRIIUHB PUIUaMINB COMPANY. V P. KINGSIURV. At MANAMfl New ItHOmci i Tkwh Binuinn. e.AV. MaN.a.a. KMUMUH (UU4 MTTtt "Printers' Iak," the recognised journal for advertisers, rate, til. SCBAHTON 1 IUI1UNK M the bett advertising medium lu Noi them tern l'.nnsjrlTanla, "Printer," Ink" knows. fcCRANTON. SEPTEMBER. 8. ISM. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor: DANIEL H. HASTING Olt CEMlll For Lieutenant Governor: WALTER LYON, OF ALLEOUGNV. lor Auditor General: AM08 H. MYLIN, OF LANCASTKll. for Secretary oflternal AffairM JAMES W. LATTA, Ut'rUILADELrtlbU lot Congreumen-at-Largt: OALUSHA A. GROW, OF SL'byUBUANMA. GEORGE F. HUFP, Of WESTMORELAND!, Election lime, Nov. & With Mr. Scranton uud Mr. Fel lows both certain of the nomination for congress to-morrow, let us all leave it to the convention to decide. Off to Sea Girt. These are the riflemen to whom Col. onel Osthaus, general inspector of ri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 3 September 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING, SEFfEMBER 3, 1894.- 8 r . Know wnat von are . eating when you use Meianos Its true composition fa given on every label Pure" and "8nre. Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue DON'T Eat your COLLARS starched In the msM way. when yon osn have them done "J,."'i pliable Buttonholes for TWO CKNTB KACa Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY New and Very Choice Line of JET 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. 11 127 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. Edward Walsh, the well known West Side vocnlist, left for New York Saturday to join Kice'B "149a" company. George W. Okell wishes to announce that he baa opened headquarter at the Scranton House, where be will be glad to welcom...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 3 September 1894

THE RCBAOTON TOIBTHSTE MONDAY MOItOTTTGr. SEPTEMBER 3, 1894. A WOMAN IN AFRICA." MRS. FRENCH SHELDON'S STORY OF HER ARDUOUS JOURNEY. Hie Penetrated Countries Where tha Fuce or a White Woman Had Never Itcen Seen Slie Encountered Many Fe cular Dlfllcultlos, but Vu SuceessfuL One of the most interesting addresses made beforo tlia British association whs - ilrs. French Sheldon's on her journey in fcfricii, where she visited Mount Kilima njaro and Lake Tchala. Mrs. Sheldon is jest known as a literary worker, and her trip to the African wilderness was much of t surprise to all who knew her. Various notives were ascribed to her which she hud lever for a mordent entertained. She made ao profession of possessing; scientific attri butes, und hod uo thought of geographical txplorntinn. Her plan whs to study the aiitive habits and customs free from the influence of civilization and in their primi iive condition. She started ou her journey tvitliont companionship or the assistance it a lieutenan...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 3 September 1894

THE SCBAKTON TRtBUNEMOtfDAl' MORNING, SEfTJSMBER 3, 1894; L OF The Lebanon Dolly Newa If author ity for thli assertion: "The idea pre valent Id the mlnli of iom persons that the Lackawanna Iron and Steoi company pnrebaaed the interest of Kobert H. Coleman merely for tbo purpose of securing the iron ore nod the pig iron for its works at Ssrantoa is Incorrect, at least eu far as we hare been able to gather any information on the subject. We feel conrinced that the company, which at present is one of the largest concerns ot its kind in the country, contemplates the erection ot a large steel plant at this place in coarse ot time. Recently whilo in con Tersation with a prominent banker of thla city on the subiect he informed ns that some time ago he came in contaot in a bnslness way with fonr gentlemen connected with the Lackawanna com pany, yonng men. by the way, who manifest great energy and a good knowledge of bneinesa. Tbey said: 'We are looking forward to Le banon with a considerabl...

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

Tip SCI? ANTON; TRIBUNE MONDAY MOIINING. SEPTEMBER 3. 1894. V ft' WORD ORTWO mm uuHbtim D&KIR a ar i srn. rw rm m rm i er a -ear am ... mm atm in a. FIRST When we have a good thing we are anxious to divide it amonr our friends. We require more space for our Fall Trade and all Summer Goods must make way. We can not afford to carry them over until next season. We give you Bargains. SECOND Our Fall Goods are com ing in daily; very choice designs and colors. Kid Gloves in all new shades and popular lengths. Cor sets, all sizes and best makes. Laces, Dress Trimmings, Umbrellas, Hosiery, Etc. Every de partment is a reservoir of style and elegance. Val ues beyond the wildest dreams of the economi cal. We never resort to extravagant statements, but will let the goods speak for themselves. THIRD The Fashions illustrated in our Monthly are the latest. We are the only dry goods house that pub lishes a Fashion Monthly and hope you appreciate our efforts. If you wish to dress well and dress ...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 4 September 1894

THE TRIBUNE Is fur the nominees of the convention. EIGHT PA., TUESDAY MORNINCr. SEPTEMBER 4, 1894. TWO CENTS A COPT. :f6 L THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA ROE CIRCULATION AMONG SCRANTON BUSINESS HEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER THE TRIBUNE Is for the nominees of the convention. ROASTED ALIVE IH THE FLAMES Awful Fate of Victims of the Hinckley Con flagration. GHASTLY SCENES AT CEMETERY Scores of Charred and Blackened Bodies Present a Sickening Sight. Story of the Escape of Many Sur vivors W rk of the Fire Fiend at Other . ts in the West. Dlluth, Mlna., Sept 3. " n EVER in the history of Minnesota and not at all In the life of tbe Vj northwest, except at the time of Ju the fire in the Michigan pineries in October, 1871, twenty-three years bko, has there been snob a terrible loss of life and snob enduring as has been caused by tbe forest fires of the past two days In northern Minnesots. While the property loss has not been ho great to the agffnate. reaching at this time not over (200,000...

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

THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MOENING. SEPTEMBER 4, 1894. BASE BALL Scranton Loses Three Straight to the Syra cuse Nine. SALT-DIGGERS NOW HAVE REVENGE Wilkes-Barre and Yonkers Break Even In the Games Played Yester day Othor Eastern League Scores. . National and State League Summa riesNotes of the National Sport. YRACUSE had re- enge yesterday for the two defeats she sustained Saturday at the bands of Tommy Cabill's team by defeating the Scranton aggre gation in three suo cesiire games by one - sided scoring. Consquently we once again fall la our percentage and occupy sixth place in coajnnetion with Wilkei-Brrre, which club wos one and lost one to Mike Kelly's Yonkers 'bs.ve beens," The only other change in the standing of the clnbs 1b the falling of Sprlng&uld from fotrth to fifth place, Buffalo moving up a notob. The following table gives the per centages of the clsbs, the number of games won and lost by each, and their stsnding in the league race up to and including the games...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 4 September 1894

TUE SCTiAJNTTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 4, 1891. A Foe to Dyspepsia i GOOD BREAD USB THE SHOW WHITE And always have Good Bread. U A Vtttw a nmfrnnn A vrr eTa U AT. 11! T41 THE TRADE BT hp Wptlnn Mill Pn. iiu iiouiuii min uui EEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS ) THEBENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIU3 G. B. & Co., Imnrlntad as twnh Clflfif. Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. tOUKT UUUltK ttUUAUK. Dr. H. B. WARE PRACTICE LIMITED TO THE EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT 406 Spruco Street. Office Honrs: j!j TO 11.30. TO 5. PERSONAL. Joseph Kettill, of floboken, is vieiting in this city. Sol Oettingor has returned from a trip to Atlantic City. MIks Cora Leach, fof Jackson streot, is at the seashore. Henry Waltliors, of Jackson street, has returned from Now York. William T. Dnvia, of Jackson street, has retruued from Wilkes-Barro. Attorney Homer Green and son, of Honesdale, were in the city yesterday. Mrs. Eliza Slarring, of Maple wood, was the guest of friends in town yesterday. John Jer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 4 September 1894

4 THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 4, 1894. PuBlllMCD BailY III SCRANTOH, TNI Tkiiuhs PuiutHina Company. I. P. KINGSBURY. MIIUUL UHHi Riw Vomi Orncl i Tnivai viLeiiie. em hav, MANMca. TIMS AT TMB tWOFIBI T waaunwa, e "1'rluter' luk," the reoogulzeil journal fur mtvertlsnrs, ratel the SCKANTON Till KINK as the belt advertising medium In ls'ortheastern fenntylTenla, "FrinUre' luk" know. PCKANTON. SEPTEMBER, 4. I8M. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor: DANIEL H. HASTINGS, Far Lieutenant Governor: WALTER LYON, or ALU30BENT. for Auditor General: AMOS H. MYLIM, Or LANCASTER, for Secretary oflternal Affair JAMES W. LATTA, or PHILADELPHIA, for ConireMmen-at-Large: OALU9HA A. GKOW, OFSUHQUBOANNA. GEOHOE F. HUFF, of wlstmohelano. Election Time, Mot. & Ouk lively Luzerne contemporary, the Wilkes-JJarre Times, has beeu ira posed upon by a smart young man who deliberately gave one of its reporVers false news. The smart youug man Is under arrest; and the Times Is receiving co...

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