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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 18 September 1894

POLITICS ISALREADV . All THE T'r , VOU CAN READ IT BEST . . IN THIS PAPER. tUttt EIGHT PAGES 5 G COLUMNS. SCRANTON. PA.. TUESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 18. 1894. TWO CENTS A COPY THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SCRANTON BUSINESSMEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER i ? i i ,i i MORTON IS A SURE WINNER Nothing But Dealb Can Prevent His Nomina tioo at Saratoga. MR. PLATT HOLDS THE RIBBONS .r . . 9ther Candidates for Gubernatorial Honors In the Empire State Are Not to Be Considered Uncer tainty Exists as to Second Place on the Ticket Chauncey Depew Will Make the Nominating Speech. The Best of Feeling Prevails in Ml Deliberations. Saratooa, N. Y., Sjpt. 17. EVERY train today brought from a score to a hundred or more dele gates and boomers, and tbe Spa by noon bad put ona convention aspect. Summer guests who still lin ger in the hotels aud cottages were lost In the crowd of politicians who promen aded Broadway in squnds and showed the ribbons of several of the candidntes for ...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 18 September 1894

, THE SCI? ANTON TOIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 18, 1894. COMING PIGEON SHOOT. Ii Creating Considerable Interest In Qannlnr Clroles. Seranton marksmen particularly and sportsman generally are discussing tbe coming championship ihoot of the limn Bldgettan duo at tbe nana du Dark next week. Friday, epi 513 Eight handsome and ralnable prist are offered aad the matoh ii open to markamen of Northeastern Pennsyi vania. Thirty entries, including many of the crack shot of tbia section of the atate. hare been reoelred and many mere will enter before the entries elosa this week. Sstniday. Sept. 23. The quality of prizes offered will lire an Idea or tbe importanoe or tne match. First prize 175 gold medal, presented Dy uree Kings unn ciuo. Second prize (W) bammerless gan, pre sented bv Green Ridae Uua elub. Third prize $43 gold stop watch, pre sented by lumber dealers of Seranton. Fourth prize Gun case, presented by u. w. scniager. Fifth prize Bamboo Ashing rod, pre sented by E. W. Parker. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 18 September 1894

THE SCttANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 18. 1894.' i A Foe to Dyspepsia ; GOOD BREAD -TJ8E THE m mum win it FLOUR And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO THE TRADE BY The Weston ill Co, EEWARB OF COUNTERFEITS ) THE 6ENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G., B. St Co., (mnrtntod nit Eaoh Cloav. Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr'i. Dr. H. B. WARE PRACTICE LIMITED TO THE EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT 406 Spruce Street. Offlo, Honrs: l PERSONAL. Attorney John T. Lenahan, of Wilkes Bane, wag iu tlie city yesterday. T. V. Powderly will bo admitted to the Lackawauua county bar next Monday. Miss Irene follow, of Honesdnle, ia vis itinc J. W. Kellow, of Chestnnt street. Misses Mary and Jennie Dreuuan, of Carbondale, are the guests of Mr. P. J. Horan, of Duntnore. Mr. and Mrs. E. Moses are in New York t tnoet Mra. Muses' parents, Mr. and Mra. M. A. Lobenstein, of Germany. , Miss Puuliue Pitcher, of the West Side, and Mies Uus.ie Ford ham, of Green, Ridge, leave today f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 18 September 1894

THE SCEANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MOKHXN"G-t SEPTEMBER 18, 1894. PUSLISHIO 0ILT IN CKAHTOIt, M-, Till fkllUIUI PUILItHINO CaMMNV. t p. KINQBBURY. OMHM New romi ernci i Taiauns Suilmm. MM lUVt MAMMBII lunula r tmi iiiiimw "". umMun emu wnu. "Printer' Ink," the recognized journal for ailveHUara, rate the 6CBAMTON 1 llllll'MC ni the best advertlslac medium In Nortlienatern ronnjylTfcniA Prlntere' Ink" know. ECBANTON. SEPTEMBER, 18. ISM. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKKT. For Governor: DANIEL H. HASTING or CBNTIU. For Lieutenant Governor: WALTER LYON, 01 ALLKUBKNT. For Auditor Central: AM08 a UYLIN, OF L4.MUAUTKH. for Secretary of Wernol Affaint JAMES W. LATTA, or vaiLADBLrau. for CongreMmn-at-Large: UALUBHA A. GROW, Ok' BUSQUKHANNA. GEORGE F. HUFF, or wEsityKr.LAij. Election Time, Mot. & REPUBLICAN COUim TICKET. for CoMren: JOSEPH A. SCRANTON. For Law Jvdyr: KOBURT W. AHCHBALD. for bheriff: PRANK II. CLEMONS. For County Treamrer; THOMAS D. DAV1ES. For Cierlc of the CuurH: JOHN II. THOMAS. For Pro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 18 September 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 18, 1894. 0"? All leading teachers of cookery use ffFWFfi AMD. BAKING POWDER Always makes light Clatland Baking Pomdtr C Una Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue DON'T Ear your COLLARS .Urohed la t, whan yon cn hare them d'11,? JiJ' liable BnttonbolM for TWO CENTS EACH. Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY Ladies', Gents' and Children's In White or Natural Wool, at Greatly Reduced Prices. 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. 11 127 "Wyoming Ave. TwentUth Senatorial Convention. The Kepnblioan senatorial convention . ef the Twentieth Senatorial diitriot will be held at the arbitration room in tbe court bouse on Tuesday, tbe 25th day of Sept., at 11 o'clock a. m., for tbe pnrpsse ef nominating a candidate for state sena tor. An election for delegates to this conven-. tion will be beld on Saturday, tbe 22nd day...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 18 September 1894

6 HIE SCRAXTON TEIBUNE-TUESD AY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 18, 1894. me DYSPEPTICS A Natural. Food That Does Not Digestion. Require THE WAY IT IS DONE How Mixing With Fruit Acids Digests Food Before H is Even Taken Into the Mouth. Natural foods are as a rule insoluble, rhey must be dissolved before they can ue absorbed. Digestion is the dissolving of food in our mouth, stomachs and intestines. It is done with special terments pre pared by special organs. A great deal of energy is used up in digestion. Well people can sp;re the energy, sick people cannot. People who have not suitlciont energy sutler from indigestion. It is plain that Paskola, which is an artificially digested food; will save a sick person a great dual of energy. Artificial digestion is the dissolving of food outside the body by the same ferments that dissolve it inside the body. Paskola is a fattening food made of grains and fruit that has been digested in this way. It also aids in the digestion of other food. 8ick people ne...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 18 September 1894

THE SCRANTON TEUJITNE T UESDAY MORNING-. SEPTEMBER 18, 1894.' tttmm iimnmirainmBiTOnftim .rinannnHMimaniiuwn s - 1 308 Lacka. Avenue, 308 Lacka. Avenue. S i - A. Jbaaaaef i . . - .-r ' .. "! ; A large amount of DRY GOODS, damaged by water running through from Gross & Foster fire, consisting ot a S will T eXXianmrniiniumuuiinuumuaiiuinnuj ' L OF The failure of the committee who have been at work endeavoring to per fect a new tonnage percentage agree ment among the anthracite coal com panies ha, says the Philadelphia Pr-ss, rsated a deeided sensation in the an thracite coal trade. The prices are away down, the production is away op and the demand is slack, Sinoe the tonnnge was allotted among the pro duction companies in 18S6 the follow ing interests hare grown np: Suiqa hanna and Western, wbish sent about 2.50 per cent of the total production to market last year; Ontario and West ern, 2 81 per cent. 1 Co Bros & Co., 4.59 per cent., aud Wilkas-Barre and Eastsrn, 1.10 per cent ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 18 September 1894

TilE SCEANTOIT TRIBUNE TUESDAY MOENINO. SEPTEMBER 18. 1894. 1ANKET BARGAINS Mild weather will not last long. Neither will the PRESENT Bargains in Blankets. We placed our orders 'with makers during a time of general depression when orders were scarce and price3 of raw materials at the lowest point with the re sult that we have secured the most carefully-made goods at the lowest prices. In addition to these we have a number of choice blankets carried over from last season, slightly soiled; to dispose of them quickly have marked them down at least 25 per cent, below prices generally prevailing. Novelty Silks For Autumn and Winter. Beautiful colors and handsome, new, graceful designs. Our col lection is larger than ever before and more attractive, Mle the prices are considerably lower tB'an in any previous year. Seasonable Hosiery A large line of Women's and Children' 3 Hosiery has just come to us at prices lower than ever before reached. GORMAN'S ' 412 Spruce St,, Scranton. Dr. Reeve i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 19 September 1894

POLITICS. IS ALREADY i ALL THE TALK, you CAN READ IT BEST IN THIS PAPER. J EIGHT PAGES-SG COLUMNS. SCIt ANTON. PA.. WEDNESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 19. 1S94. TWO CENTS A COPY. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SGRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER LEVI MORTON IS Ei-Yice President Selected for Governor o New York on First Ballot PATRIOTIC PLATFORM ADOPTED The Nominating Address Is Made by General Benjamin F. Tracy, and the , Name of the Veteran Republican Is Received with Loud Applause Only One Ballot Is Taken to Decide the Question The Platform Adopted. Saratoga, N. Y.. Sept. 18. BEN the Republican state con vention re-Resembled this af ternoon Hon. Warner Miller was Introduced at temporary chairman. He declared: That evory indication points to 4 Republican suc cess this (all. He spoke of the Deinocratio gerry mander and said tbat the messages from Vermont and Maine sneak in no uncertain terms of the tide which has I.KVI P. MORTON- Republican Candidate f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 19 September 1894

THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER- 19, 18943 GETTING THE BABY TO SLEEP The Cradle Out of Date, but Cradle Songs Remain Better Infant Food Brings Sounder Sleep, With Little Need of Rocking. In the old New England Cabin at the Midway Plaisauce, among the quaint bits of furniture there was an old-fashioned cradle such as busy mothers used to push with their feet while they hummed a soft lullaby. The cradle is out of date and the tiny, lace-draped crib has taken Its place. Cradle song remain. No bet ter orva have been written ainee mothers hushed their tired ones to uleep with 'Kock-a-bye, Baby," and 'Jiye, Buby Bunting," but the art of infant feeding has gone fur ahead of the old ways. Mothers no longer give sirups to still babies' cries; little or no medicine is now given, but better food. Lactated food is now known to every mother. In the great majority of homes in this country and in Canada this best of in fant! foods has found a permanent place. Next to healthy mo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 19 September 1894

THE SCR ANTON TRIIHJNE-AVEDNESDAY MOHNIN(f., SEPTEMBER 19. 1891.' m t Foe to Dyspepsia : ; GOOD BREAD TJBE THE And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB SALE TO THE TRADE BY The Weston Mill Co EEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS ) THE BEMUtNE POPlM.ftW Punch Cigars HAVE THE WITIA13 C. B. 8e Co.f fmnrlntel on Eanh O'ew. Garney, Brown & Co. MiPs. Dr. H. B. WARE PRACTICE LIMITED TO THE YE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT 406 Spruce Street. Office Honrs: (! TO 11.30. 2 To 5. PERSONAL. Dr. Daniel B. Strong, of Starruca, was In the city yesterday. Daniel Williams, of North Sumner ave nue, made a business trip to Wilkes-Barre yesterday, Theodore Conuell left yesterday for Philadelphia where he will spend the bal ance of the week. C M. French, who has been on nn ex tended tour to Europe, has returned and will resume his dutie as treasurer of the Central Pennsylvania Telephone company. John J. Murphy, who graduated with honors in the law department of George town universary, will return next month to tha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 19 September 1894

TIIE SCRANTON TIJIBUNE WEDNESDAY MORNING. SEPTE31BER 19, 1594. PutLIBHCO OAUY IN 8cNTO). Ph., Wt TNl Taiauita PuauiHiNS company. L P. KINGSBURY. uaim muuatm Ntw York omcl 1 Tnniu luium may. Mamamh. AT YHt MTmei Y MNANYMt KGON-iAM MAlb MATYU. "Prlnten' Ink," the recognized journal for advertiser, rates tbe SOU ANTON IRIliUKEas the best advertising medium In Northeastern Pennsylvania, "Printers' luk" knows. ECBANTON. SEPTEMBER, 19, 1894. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Gown or? DANIEL TL HASTINGS, OF CE.NTEU. Fr Lieutenant Oovtrnor: WALTER LYON; or AUJiuuiNr. F of Auditor General: AMOS U. MYLIX, 01 LANCASTER for Stcrttary oflternal AfalrM JAMES W. LATTA, or WULADILI'HIA. Far Congretmeifat-Large: QALUHRA a. grow. OF Sl'mfOEHANNA. GEORUE F. HUFF, Or WESTHORlLANa Election Time, Nov. & REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. for Coacrem: JOSEPH A. SCRANTON. For LavJmlo': KOBLRT V ARCHBALD. for kheriff: FRANK H. C LEMONS. For County Treamrtrt THOMAS D. DA VIES. For Clerk of the Vuurla: JOUN H. THOMAS. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 19 September 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE WEDNESDAY MOTCNIKG, SEPTEMBER 19, 1894, r Theto strength of Cleveland's baking powder comes from pure cream of tartar and soda only. 1 It effervesces more slowly than powders containing alum, ammonia or tartaric acid. ' jramded Sk Xspoonful ofT Woes betterwork yTV i than a heaping fcc-y Y spoonful f f of others. (To have the best results REMEMBER the oven should not be too hot, and it is not necessary to hurry the dough into the oven. Cleveland Rulclnc Powder CoNow York, Successor to Cleveland Brothers. NorrmanA Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue DOIST'T Have your COLLARS starched in Ue old Way, when yon can have them done with soft; tillable Buttonholos (or TWO CENTS EACH. Lackawanna THE LAUNDRY Ladies', Gents' and Children's UNDERWEAR In White or Natural Wool, at Greatly Reduced Prices. 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. Willi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 19 September 1894

G THE SCRANTON1 TEI RUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 19, 189. GENERAL NEWS OF The business situation bni not im proved la any marked way, saya tbe Philadelphia Praia. As compared with tbe stagnation and sollapat of a few weeks ago it ia better, bat tbe point of prosperity bas not been approached, and in many cases recent aotivity ia falling off. The earnings of rallroals in August were nine-tenths of lpr cent, larger than in the chief puuio month of 1893 Daring tbe first week in September the fifty-four railroads reporting rande a worse showing, their gross earnings having fallen off 1.23 per -cent. There waa a heavy increase in the production of pig iron in Au gust, and this is the boat item in the trade newt. But this increased ontpnt of pig iron, which is just about equal to the dmnnd, is 25 par cent, below the production of the Dent recont year. The manufacturers bfficted by the tariff have looked over the gronnd.and they are not able to make much of a start because they do not...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 19 September 1894

THE 8CRAKTON. TEIJ5TJKE-WEDNESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 19. 1894.' T A - -. -- rjJY GILBERT PARKERTj "JTS 'CDPTntCHT, . CHAPTER' IL When Mrs. Frank Armour arrived at Montreal, she Btill wore her Indian cos tume of clean well broidered bnckskin, moccasins and loggings, all surmounted ty a blanket It was not a distinguished costume, but it 6eemod suitable to its wearer. Mr. Armour's agent was in a quandary. Ho had had no instructions regarding her dress. Ho folt, of course, that as Mra, Frank Armonr she should put off these garments and dress as far as possible in accordance with her new position.' But when ho spoke about it to Mackenzio, the elderly maid and com panion, he found that Mr. Armour had laid that his wife was to arrive in Eng land dressed as she was. Ho saw some thing ulterior in the matter, but it was not his province to interfere. And so Mrs. Frank Armour was a passenger by the Aphrodite in her buckskin gar ments. , What bho thought of.it all is not quite easy to say. It i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 19 September 1894

8' THE; SCISAXTON TEIBUXE WEDNESDAY MOANING. SEPTEMBER 19.. 1894" BLANKET BARGAINS Mild weather will not last long. Neither will the PRESENT Bargains in Blankets. We placed our orders with makers during a time of general depression when orders were scarce and prices of raw materials at the lowest point with the re suit that we have secured the most carefully-made goods at the lowest prices. In addition to these we have a number of choice blankets carried over from last season, slightly soiled; to dispose of them quickly have marked them down at least 25 per cent, below prices generally prevailing. Novelty Silks For utumn and Winter. Beautiful colors aud handsome, new, graceful designs. Our col lection is larger than ever before aud more attractive, while the prices are considerably lower than in any previous year. Reasonable Hosiery A large line of Women's and Children's Hosiery has just come to us at prices lower than ever before reached. GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT DR. REEVES 412 Spruce ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 20 September 1894

POLITICS IS ALREADY - ALL THE TALK,, VOU CAN .. READ IT BEST IN THIS PAPER. EIGHT PAGE ' Sj$1lWnS. SCRANTON. PA., THURSDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 20, 1804. TWO CENTS A COPY. 5L THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SGRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER E IS DEM Dramatic Scones la the OMo Democratic Slate Convention. FREE SILVER PLANK ADOPTED Ohio's Dapper Member of the United States Senate Receives an Awful ' Tongue Lashing from an Orator of Youngstown Tom Johnson Pours Oil Upon the Troubled Waters and Stills the Cry of Rats The Old Ro man Joins the Silver Debate. Columbus. 0., Sept. 19. nY A LARGE majority the De Lv mocraoy of Obio, io staU con jj yentioo assembled today, re J versed the pronunciamentos of all previous stats as well a national Katberlngs ot the party Id declaring unequivocally in favor of free silver. By a vote almost as large, endorsement wns Riven through the medium of an indirect resolution to the attitude tsken by Senator Calvin S. Brio ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 20 September 1894

THE SCKA2tfrfON UltBTTNE TITUirSDAT MOUHTNG,' SEPTEMBER "0, . IS?; WAY BACK IN 1814 . PERIOD OF THE SECOND WAR WITH ENGLAND RECALLED. 1u Queer History from ma English Nowipupcr A British Chuckle Over the Fact That the People of Nantucket Welcomed the Royal Navy. k copy of The Courier, a London Journal of the date Thursday, Sept. 29, 1814, re cently found its way into the New York World ofllco. The Courier was a four pngo paper, and cost thirteen cents. The num ber iu question is larsa'7 filled with news of the conflict with the United Suites of America. Tho capture and destruction of the city of Washington are reported, which achievement is spoken of as "juBtly mer ited British vengeance." Tho flight of Mr. Miulisun and his ministers to some un known hiding plncc. they having probably thrown themselves on the mercy of the ab orlgiucs, forms the subject of the only ed itorial in the paper. It is always an agrecablo task to remind the New Englandcrs that they appreciated the pecuniary...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 20 September 1894

THE SCTtANTON TRIBUTE -THURSDAY MOKNIN'G. SEPTEMBER 20, 1894. A Foe io Dyspepsia i ' GOOD BREAD -USE THE ' FLOUR And always have Good Bread. MAHUFACTURED AND FOB BALK TO TBS TRADE BY The Weston ill Co, EEWARS OF COUNTERFEITS ) THE GENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G., B. & Co., Garney, Brown & Co. JJLft. CUUUT HOU&IC UUAltK. Dr. H. B. WARE PRACTICE LIMITED TO THE EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT 406 Spruce Street. Office Honrs: j , to 11.30. TO 5. PERSONAL. Pay your gas bills today and save tba UlSQOUDt. Reese Watkins leaven for Wales today. Mise Lillian Goarhart and Bessie Sberer have left for WelU college. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Holmes are home from a pleasure jaunt in New York state. Hubert tWightman and William R. rierce nave returned rrom a visit to Mia dletown, N. Y. Mrs. 0. M. Roy Dale who has been the guest or Miss Penman, of Madison arenne, left yesterday for her home in Birming ham, Micb. Miss Jessie Torry and Miss Margaret Torry, of Clinton Place, visited Da...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 20 September 1894

TIIB SCH ANTON TRIBUNE TIIURSDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 20, 1894. 0e cranfon Zxiknt PuSUSHCO BILT IN ScaANTOII, S TMI TMBima PUIUSHINO COMMIT. LP. KINQSBUNV. MM MHHi anmnemeii TunwiiwuiM UT) HMUU. mail ar th teiewm or eiiTOi a "I'rluteiV lull," the recognized journal Tor advertisers, rates the 8CBAHTON THIUUNKas the beet adTeriUlBg m odium In rtheutera r&ansylvania, "riintere' Ink" koona. ECRANTON. SEPTEMBER, 20. 1894. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor! DANIEL H. HASTINGS, Or CENTIH. For Lieutenant Governor: WALTER LYON; orALLiuHtsr. For Auditor Grntral: AMOS a MYLIN, Of LAN CAST H. For oVo-storf of Iternat Affmhm JAMES W. LATTA, l) 1-HlLADBI.rUIJ. For Ctngmmtifai-Larae: GAMJHHA A. GROW, oriimgtiiaAHHA. . GEORGE F. HUFP1, or wkbtmouilajijx Election Time, Kor. & REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For Conomt: JOSEPH A. SCRANTON. For Law Judge: KOBEKT W. ARCH BALD. lor Sheriff: FRANK H. C LEMONS, For County TreanHrer: THOMAS D. DAVIE8. For Citrlt of the Cowte: JOHN H. THOMAS. For Prothm...

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