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

THE POLITICAL SITUATION Will be carefully watchod by THE TRIBUNE. AN INTERESTING SPECIAL Article from Albany appears on this page. EIGHT PAGFjcvM SlUJMNS. HCRANTOX, PA., MONDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 10, 1S94. TWO CENTS A COPT. J$irftttf0tt WtttllS- THE TRIBUNE IS MORlf iil TIMD DOWN Warring Nsw York Republican Leaders Con tinue Tlnir Mutual KniDngs. KIR.DEPEWS SIGNIFICANT TALKS They Are Believed to Mean That He Will, if Coaxed, Become a Guber natorial Candidate of the Party Masses Against What Are Called the Party BossesNew York Re publicans Are Suffering from a Severe Attack of Over-ambition and Over-confidence. Slwi'ol to the Hrrmiton Trihnnt, Albany. Sept. 9 nNLESS something very unexpect ed shiill occur between thin (Into in.l tlu asflombliiBfl of the state epnblican oonvmition at Nira- Satnrrtiiy, the lJlntt harmony , wmoh included the pour- on tin) troubled fnctinntl liinllnmlmm mid anti-Mii- lNcw York citv. of Inde pendents nnd Tlejjnlnrs in ().innd:it;.'i cnnnty and or I'luttit...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 10 September 1894

TIIE SCE ANTON TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 10, 1894; BASE BALL Rain Prevented All Scheduled Eastern League Games Siturdsy. STANDING OF THE VARIOUS CLUBS Providence Will Have a Goodly Mar gin Over All Clubs When the Eastern League Season Ends National and State League Games Played Saturday General Sporting Miscellany. vum( pwented all WftVll-JJ tbe Eastern league lT?' I a av.S fam AH nhailtllarl to be played Satur day. A glance at the subjoined table show tbat rrovi denee will win the pennant by a large margin to spare, while Syracuse at present bai a com manding lead for second plaee fol lowed by Erie. Springfield and Buffalo are having a hard time at present in deciding ..which will occnpy fonrtb place, with the former leading by one point. Both of these olabs are hard pushed by Wilkee-Barre, which dab is only four points behind the latter of the two. The remaining positions are held by Scrantoo and Yookers respect ively, and the season will donbtless finish without any ehang...

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

T1IE SCTIANTON TRIBUTE-MONDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 10. 185)4. .... A Foe to Dyspepsia ' : it GOOD BREAD USE THE And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO THE TRADE BY The Weston LEWARS 0? COUNTERFEITS ) THE BFMUIVE POPiR'ia Punch Cigars HAVE TKE INITIALS B. Co., Irrnrlne on Fnnh O'nar. Carney, Brown & Co. LIfr's. toner iiol.sk fcunAiiii. Dr. H. B. WARE I'RACTICB LIMITED TO THE ii 11 ill it v.i n n i rr rx m T H H. U K Ml TUi. AT r.u. unit, niju in in mi;. mi ,,406 Sprues Street. i Tn 11 t S TO U, riiliSONAL. ill Co, I Misses Susie Donnelly, of Iiinghnmton, ' and Lizzie Mcltntp, of Pittston, nro the guests of Miss Alice, Murphy, of Dunmore. II. C. llnuk, of Pownr's drugstore, anil Eeo Schimmf, of t bo Dime bank, willleavo his afternoon nt 1.24 for Pittsburg on n uiness trip in tuo interest or the iiouta c Glass company. Vis are out announcing the wedding Oi-orea Wnrrrn Daitis. of tho Lewis uiui more, i roviueuce, to iiiis3 Jeumo Kellow, tho dnngbtor of J(r. nnd Mrs. ...

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

I THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY MOttNING. SEPTEMBER 10, 1894. puilishco daily in 8crnt0ii, pa., f tm Thiiunc Poolishinq Company C P. KINGtBURV. tniMi iuiuaa NiwYo.aornut Tii ui PwuM St WTIMI AT TH rMTOWiet AT , 0 aicoH.-cu.. nail HarrM. "Printers' Ink," the recognized Journal Tor aiWertisers, rat the 6CRAHTON Tltllll'NKa.the be.t advertising medium In Northeastern Pennsylvania, "Printers' luk" know. ECRANTON. SEPTEMBER, 10. J8M. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor! DANIEL H. HASTING OV CENTER For Lieutenant Governor: WALTER LYON, Clf ALLEUUKNY. For Auditor General: AMOS II. MYLI1T, Of LANOASTKK. Far Stcrttary oflternal AffoAnt JAMES V. LATTA, or PUILADILPHIA. for Congreumentit-Large: UALUSHA A. GROW, or SUSQUEHANNA. GKOROE F. HUFF, Or WESTMORELAND. Election Time, Nov. 0 REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For Conorent: JOSEPn A. SCRANTON. For Law Judge; liOBERT W. ARCHBALD. tor bheriff: FRANK n. CLEMOXS. For County Treamrer; THOMAS D. DA VIES. For Clerk of the Comtn: JOHN II. THOMAS. For Prot...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 10 September 1894

TilJU SCU ANTON TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 10, 185)1. 5 Bread and cake raised with freshnc and flavor. Pure " and " Sl Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue DOHT Have your COLI.AK8 itarohcd In the M way. whon yon can have them done with efW pliable Buttonholes for TWO CENTS fcAOa Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY New and Very Choice Line of JET Trimmings Mears 4 Hap 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 k McAnuity 127 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. St. Thomas' college on Wyoming avenue Will resume today. "A Texas Steer" is the attraction at the Academy of Music for Wednesday even ing. Diagram opens this morning at the box oflice. fc The members of the Yonne Men's Chris tian Association Glee club, which sang at the Moody meeting in the Frothiugham last PveniDcr, are requested to be at the Moody tent in Hyde Park this evening at 7.3U o'clock. The exchanges at the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 10 September 1894

THE SCIiANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 10, IStfL' GRACEFUL MOTIONS. A WOMAN'S ACCOUNT OF HER FIRST LESSONS IN DELSARTE. A. Yivaclnn Description of Interesting Scenes In tlin Class IConm Whore llcuuty Learn l 5Iove with (ll-icm Bittl I.ls somciioss Silling iui.1 Wnlktnjr. "tin you, tern, Ix'IntiK to tho Dolsnrtc dis tiplo cla-sf" I )ic:inl a mini sny to a irtty tvoimiu at, n (lililliT. "i'ray, liovv do yon know?" with nnlic;lit lifting of the eyebrows mid a suspicion of u lilunli. "From tin1, niunncr in which you silt down lit t.-ible, then took tli.'tt olive und now nibble it. You hik unconsciously con sciuns of h ni'w in:inmrism in vliirh you an no', perfect,, hut which yon pnictico tvlicncvi r you icincmlicr to do so. 1 have di'Uvti'il ii dozen women within the last two weeks making tliu same eil'ort. Come, own ii. Aren't you a lb lsiirtcan?" The pretty woimin halted no heartily ns to nth-nut yeneral nttrMtlpn. A rotivi'ii ieut lull in tlie service pivu opportunity for a ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 10 September 1894

TIIE KCHANTON TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 10, 1894. L NEWS OF The annual renort of General Man agar Jamis M. Swank, of the Ameri can Iron and Steel association, whioh i:as inst been coranlsted and will be preiented to the members of the asso ciation during the next few days, ii especially interesting from the fact mat it deals with a nerlod of the lowest prieea for iron and steel produota ever oeior Known in the history of trie trade. While crises snowed a declin tag tendency during the whole of 181)3 production also grew less from montu to month. The course of trade daring the year is well shown by the statistics of actual production, as taken from the report. The production of iron ore in the United States in 1803 wsll. 687.G29 gros tons, against 16,2110,011(1 tons in a decrease or i.WJ.wt tons. The shipments of iron ore from tne Lake bunsnor mines in ioim nuwunted to 'C,0G0,4!)3 tons, agaiost 0,069.556 tons in 181)3, a decrease of a,()iil).004 tons. Our imports of iron ore ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 10 September 1894

8' THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE MOKD AY MORNING-. SEPTEMBER 10. 181)4. v. Autumn BESS G AT MEDIUM PRICES. A More Comprehensive As sortment, 'Greater Values, Choicer Styles Than over before shown in me dium price ami choice dress goods for Autumn and Winter. Me dium price dross fabric will be (pnong the most popular goods of the season. Some of the lower priced weaves are the same in quality and occupy the same position in the world of fashion as those wnicn, in lormcr seasons were shown among the higher priced goods. The followiug in particu lar are worthy of your attention: 36-inch, All Wool Changeable Mixtures at 29c. 40-inch Silk and Wool Mix tu res at 49c. 40-inch Novelty Fances at 49c. Choice Single Dress Patterns. First showing of (he beautiful, handsome new dress patterns are now on exhibition. The new coiners to the stock to be seen almost daily. They arc our own, and will carry conviction to every ono who inspects the assortment, thai they have strong character, nud arc marked by...

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

SOME FEATURE OF SPECIAL INTEREST APPEARS IN TH& TRIBUNE EVERY DAY. READ MISS KAISER'S SPRIGHT LY ACCOUNT ON THIS PAGE OF THE AMERICAN QUAR TETTE'S PLEASANT OCEAN TRIP. EIGIIT PAGE f 6 ? I "jfiwqn m SCRANTON, rA. TUESDAY MOENINQ. SEPTEMBER 11, 1804. TWO CENTS A COTY. THE TRIBUNE HAS fl LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SGRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER THE VETERANS AT Boys in Blue Swarming In the Streets of Smoky City. CNE THOUSAND SEAMEN IN LINE The City Presents a Holiday Appear ance with Decorations of Bunting. Contests Over the Election of Com mander in Chief The Navy Well Represented. riTTsr.uRO, Pa., Sept. 10, THE Smoky City is tonight in pos session of tne boys thitt worn tbe blue. Tbe cnpitulations of its citizons are complete. Tbe in vndiuR columns of Grand Army veter ans, sweeping like a torrent from tbe north and Booth, the east and the went, is tbe monarch of all it may survey. Acres of bunting, myriads of &k, all the contrivances and wonders of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 11 September 1894

THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING," SEPTEMBER 11. 1894; BASE IS 01 CENT BALL Solomon Once Said It Was Not, but Afterwards Changed His mind. Cheer for the Despondent. A Word. PLEASURES OF OCEAN TRAVEL Concluded from Page I. LIFE WORTH LIVING Connolly & Wallace EASTERN HAGUE. All Eastern league games tobidaled to be played yesterday were postponed by rain. THE RAIN SAVED US. Eprlagfitld Sid Not Have a Cheaoi to Climb Up. When the time arrived yeeterday afternoon to eall the game at tbe ball park between Scranton and Springfield, a light rain waa blown across the dia mond by a stiff brsaze. Soon tbe rain began to descand in torrents, and tbe small crowd of spec tators made desperate efforts to get tinder shelter. The wind blew tbe rain abont in aach a way that tbe grand atand offered little protection, and almost erery one that went ont to aee tbe game carried home wet clothes with their rain cheeks. The game will be played today, as it is an open date. GLINTS FROM THE OIAMOND...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 11 September 1894

THE SCTCANTON TRIBUNE -TUESDAY ; ' MORNINtt. SEPTEMBER 11, 1894. i A Foe to Dyspepsia : .1 GOOD BREAD -USE THE And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO 11IE TRADE BY The Weston Mill Co, EEWARB 0? COUNTERFEITS J ' THE BENtllNE POPUUff Punch Cigare HAVE THE INITIAI9 G.. B. & Co., Imnrlntml (in Prtph CllfW. Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr'B. Dr. H. B. WARE PRACTICE LIMITED TO THE WE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT 406 Spruco Street 0filceiw 11.30. i'USOXAL Judge Seaile, of Montrose, was in the city yesterday. Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Parry went to Dan ville yesterday. , . Mrs. John Moir is spending a few day with Philadelphia friends. Auiour tho Scranton visitors yesterday was A. W. AlcC'ailuin, of Montroso. Miss Mary Bristol will be pleased to see her many friends at Haslacher's millinery. H. Lancfeld. of Haslacher's millinery has returned fronl a business trip to New York city. Dr. Trevertoin, of Harvey, 111., formerly a resideut ofi the West Side, is visiting friends in tho.city. P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 11 September 1894

4 THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 11, 1894. Zfy kranfen ri6unc PU.U.HtD DAILY IN SCRANTOaj, . , TM Taieu. Pu.uihin. 'company. L P. KINQSIURY, nnH HAIUMUfci TWMMI UI1MN. PMMii MTKU AT TMI fOTOFFIl t 0IITN, Mw inMMun mut. mattm. . "Printer' Ink," the recognized Journal for Mlvartlfern, rate, the SCBANTON 1 IilllUXE a. the bett advertising medium In Northeastern f.nniylvanla. "Prlnt.r.' tub" know. ECRANTON. SEPTEMBER, 11,. 1894. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor: DANIEL H. HASTINGS, OrCKNTIB. For Lieutenant Governor: WALTER LYON, OFALLKUHENT. For Auditor General: AM08 II. MYLIS, Or LAKCABTKH. For Secretary ofJttrnaX Affatrtt JAMES W. LATTA, Of raiLADELfHIA. For Congreumen-at-Large: GALUSHA A. GROW, or BUSQUEHANNA. GEORGE F. HUFP, or WESTMOItELAMOi Election Time, Not. S. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For Conor em: JOSEPH A. SCRANTON. For Law Judge: HUBERT W. ARCH BALD. ioriheriff: FRANK II. CLEMONS. For Covntv Treasurer: THOMAS D. DA VIES. For Clerk of the Cowtt: JOHN H....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 11 September 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUTE-TUESDAY MORNING, SEFfEMBER 11, 18a4. f One rounded v8 1 ' teaspoonful ' of j l does more "and better work if than a heaping $ v teaspoonful of others.Ef Vj ' Cleveland Caking Powder Co., New Yofk, ' $ Successor to Cleveland lirolhen. Jf Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 320 Wyoming Avenue DOU'T Save your COLLARS starobod ta the els Way, when yon ran have them don with eof pliable Buttonhole! tor TWO CENTS EACH. Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY New and Very Choice Line of El Trimmings Mears & 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 k McAnulty 127 Wyoming Ave. ; CITY NOTES. Thirty-two new students entered Wood's college yesterday in the shorthand and baiiness departments. Today the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western company will pay Its employes at the Pyne, Taylor and Holden mines. The Girls' Friendly society will bold a lawn social and festival on t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 11 September 1894

c rilE SCRA27TON TEIBTJTE TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 11. 1894: WIFE OE A BONAPAETR HISTORY OF THE FAMILY OF, NA- ; POLEON'8 ,YOUNG BROTHER. Jdd the General and Emperor Beemnie Cooaeoted with American Relatives. Ilctay Patterann's Feeullar Position li French History. The late Prince Napoleon was the son of Jerome, the ydurigest brother of Napoleon the Great. This fact brings nearer to us that groat series of events beginning with "a whiff of grapushot" and ending with Waterloo. Ilia death, moreover, has a peculiar vivid interest for Americans, bo cause It recalls the story of the first love of his father, Jerome, for a young American girl, Betsy Patterson, of Baltimore. It is a sad tale of romance, iiiiixjrial am bition and diplomacy. Napoleon had al ready won undying fume iu Italy when his you'ug brother, Jerome, was but twelve years of ago. Ho soon entered the French navy," for it was his great brother's ambi tipu to make of him a lighter on the seas fit to cope with NeLson. It was an Engli...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 11 September 1894

THE SCKANTON "TRIBUNE TUESDAY , MORHTNG. SEPTEMBER 11,-1894. 7 GEtlERAL NEWS OF INDUSTRIES Railway managers agree in laying that tha demand for freight aara ia steadily i a or eating, and tbey expeot to see their rolling atock In (all use within month. No great gain in the pas aenger traffic ia anticipated for the present, bat ae by far the larger por tion of earnlnga cornea from freight, it ia that branch of business whieh in re garded with tht oloieat attention. Epeaklog of the reported find of an threoite coal in Damaacns township, Wayne county, tbe Honesdale Herald aya: "A contract haa been made with aome expert drillers to sink a well at least 800 feet deep, to more thoroughly teat its preieooe in that neighborhood. If coal in paying quan tities should ba found on thia aide of the Hoosic, tbe disoorery wonld be another hard nut for tbe geologists to crack. Tbey claim that oar minerals, it we erer bad any, were dag oat or scraped away by the big ieebergj dur iDg tbe glacial peri...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 11 September 1894

8' v Autumn BESS GOODS AT MEDIUM PRICES, A More Comprehensive As sortment. 'Greater Values, "Choicer Styles Than ever before shown in me dium prico and choico dress goods for Autumn aud Winter. Me dium prico dress fabrics will be among the most popular goods of tho season. Somo of tho lower priced veavc3 aro the same in quality and occupy the same position in the world of fashion as those which, in former seasons were shown among tho higher priced goods. The following in particu lar are worthy of your attention: 36-inch, All Wool Changeable Mixtures at 29c. 40-inch Silk and Wool Mix. tures at 49c. 40-inch Novelty Fances at 49c. 9 Choice Single Dress Patterns. First showing of tho beautiful, handsome new dress patterns are now on exhibition. The new comers to tho stock to bo seen almost daily. They are our own, aud will carry conviction to every one who inspects the assortment, that they have strong character, aud aro marked by a distinct individuali ty. One pattern only of a kind. M...

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

X SOME FEATURE OF SPECIAL INTEREST APPEARS IN THE TRIBUNE EVERY DAY. DETAILS OF DEMOCRATIC LOCAL DESPAIR BEGIN ON THIS PAGE. EIGHT Pyf'al--Sj COLUMNS. SCRANTON. TA WEDNESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 12. 1894. TWO CENTS A COVY THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BOM FIDE CIRCULATION RANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANT OTHER lORliC PAPE! AMONO so f PITTSBURG II GALA ATTIRE A Patriotic Demonstration Welcomes 111 Wearers of the Blue. TEN THOUSAND VETS ARE IN LINE The Grand Army of the Republic Out in Goodly Numbers Not So Young; As They Once Were A Parade That Will Probably Never Be Repro duced. PlTTSBUnO. Sent. 11, fJVER 10,000 men who fought to II It save the Union murohed through II II the cities of Pittsbnrir and Alia Vi gbeny todny. The old familiar wur tunes to which they and their comrades rushed to victory or death, filled the air and re-echoed buck from the aarrnnndiug hills. The musio made their hearts beat as in the stirriuir tirnos of thirty years ago, and brought the tlusli of patriotism and eonra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 12 September 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 12, 1894; BASE BALL Stf&ntu'i -Numerous Errors Aid Springfield In Winning a Came. FIRST WON AND THEN LOST The Leaders Suffer Defeat at Syracuse Wilkes-Barre Wins a Game from Erie and the Bisons Lose to Yon- kers National and State League Summaries General Sporting News. ITH the end of the Eastern league sea son fast drawing to a close, interest in the game is waning, as Providence can not be ousted from ber strongly en trenehed position at the head of the list in the table of par centages. In the gomes played yester day Syracuse defeat ed the coming champions, Wilkes-Barre took a game from Erie, pasting Buffalo and going into fifth plaee; Eelley's Yonkers sggrsgation defeated the Bi sons and Scran ton spoiled her chances of bettering the position sbe now holds by almost "givinir" a gams to the Ma roons, of Springfield. The following table gives the per centages of the otabs, the number of games won and lost by each and tholr stan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 12 September 1894

THE SCTIAKTON TBIBUNE WEDNESDAY MOBNINO. SEPTEMBER 12, 189.' i ft Foe to Dyspepsia 6000 BREAD -USE THE- And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO THE TRADE BY The Weston 11 Co, EEWARB OP COUNTERFEITS ) THE PFN1HNE POPllLftB " Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITU'3 ' G.B. Se Co., Carney, Brown & Co. Mix's. Dr. H. B. WARE PRACTICE LIMITED TO THE EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT 406 Spruce Street. Office Honrs: j"130' l 2 To 5. PERSONAL. Walter Dellnrt, of Philadelphia, i9 vis iting the Misses Deppen, of Price s treat. Mr. anil Mrs. Theodore Wolf returned home yesterday from Stroudsbnrg, after a pitman nt vieit. Mrs. Adele Hallstead Trinp, sister-in-law of the late Colonel Ira Tripp, died at Newark, N. J., Monduy afternoon. Attorney John F. Scragg and family re turned yesterday from their cottage at Lake Ariel, where they spent the summer. T. J. Duffy, late of Thk Tribune repor torial staff, will depart for Uorgetown, D. C, college to-morrow, to enter upon the ltiHt year of bis scho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 12 September 1894

4 THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 12, 1S94 t (Je Reunion Zxifon PuSUSHtO DUILT IN tCNANTOH, P., TM TaiauNB PUIlltHINa COMMNT. . t : g. p. KiNOsiunv. IIUL null HtwVeee tmni RAV, MAMMC. MTtM T TNI NITWfin T MWi " 1 "Printer' Ink," tho recognised Journal Tor advertisers, rate tho SCBAMTON J'K 1HUNE the but advertising medium In Northeastern Pennsylvania. "Printer' luk" know. ECRANTON. SEPTEMBER, 12. I8M. ' REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor: DANIEL H. HASTING ur CCNTKB. For Lieutenant Governor: . WALTER LYON, 0FALLKUBKN1T. For Auditor General: AM08 H. MYLIX, Of LAMCASTUB. For Secretary oflternal Affair JAMES V. LATTA, 0 PHILADELPHIA. For Congressmen-at-Large: GALUSHA A. GROW, OfSUSQUKUANNA. GEORGE F. HUFF, or wkstmouelanu. Election Time, Nov. a REPUBLICAN COUNT TICKET. For Conmess: JOSEPH A. SCRANTON. For Law Judy; HUBERT W. ARCHBALD. lor kheriff: FRANK H. CLEMONS. For County Treasurer: THOMAS D. DA VIES. For Clerk of tlie Courts: JOHN H. THOMAS. For Prothonotarp: ...

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