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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 September 1894

THE SCUARTUN TU1BUWJS JTKlUAlf' MUltNLNU-, SEPTEMBER 23, 1894. 5 Everything used in male ing Cleveland's Baking Pow- der is printed on the label rounded V epoonfidof, Idocs bettcrwork ktlian a heaping spoonful fothers You know f., what ;f you are eating when you ' use Cleveland's Baking Powder. Cleveland Ilnklnf Powder Co.,Neir York, Succe.sor to Cleveland ltrotlierj. Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenuo Ladies', Gents' ana Children's In White or Natural Wool, at Greatly Reduced Prices. 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. UNDERWEAR Hears & Hagen Gentlemen'. Driving Club races Thurs day, 2 p. in. The diagram for "The Amazon" opens at the Academy of Musio box office this v. morning. N The Thirteenth Ward Republican club will meet tn Alderman Bailey's office to raofrrow evening at 8 o'clock. Th bond of John ...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 September 1894

G TI1E SCIfANTON TKIBTrXE-PT? TDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 23, 1894. GENERAL OF In hi report to the stockholder of the New York. Oatnrio and Western railroiid yenterdnv for the year jnt ended PresHent Fowler laid: The reveuuo derived Irom anthracite coal trnfllo for the year wna J317, ai5 great er than intae' preceding year. The coal tounage for the year amounted to 1,01J, 068 tons as compared with 1,853,215 tons, an increase ot tone The ability of your com puny to tucceafully handle aud distribute this large ton nage bus been luily demonstrated. Plans are now being considered of rebuilding the old Oswego trestle, thereby increasing its rapacity, to that the tonnage of the Dela ware am! Hudson Canal company shipped from that place nay be handled over a ceparate trestle. Your company owns all the stock of tne Ontario, C'nibondaln and Scranton company, aud also its bonds, both of which have been deposited with the Mercantile Trust company, trustee, us additional security for 4 per cent, re...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 September 1894

THE SCI? ANTON TBlBUNE-FItlDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 28, 1894. RARE EXPERIMENTS. PRACTICAL VALUE. OF DISCOVERIES : ON MIND INFLUENCE. Hypnotism a a Healing Art Demon stratlous Which Go to Prove That the rrnctiee of llypuotlsui May Supersede Medicine for Many Cane. At Monday's session of the international congress of experimental psychology hyp notism was the leading feature. The first paper on the subject wus by the veteran Dr. Liebault, "to whose persever ing aud beuevoluut practice of hypnotism on his poor clientele nt Nancy," said the president (Professor Sidywick), "the pres ent progress of the science is so largely clue." Dr. Liebault's paper described the case of u woman who had been seized by monomania tending to suicide aud who was cured by hynotic suggestion. Having enumerated several simple forms of intel lectual disorder and others rather compli cated which had alreotly been dispelled by the same method, which consisted of sub stituting by suggestion true or false ideas, the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 September 1894

1: 8 TJIE ECITANTOIT TRIBUNE FR1 DAT MORNING." SEPTEMBER 2S. 18!)4. THE LATE Josh Billings said be bad mil a number of good essays on "Milk," bat the best thing he bal ever seen ou it wai cream. low, Then That is what we have to say of our new stock of FALL AND WIN TER DRESS GOODS-it's the cream assortment of foreign dot eltiea in Dress Patterns, wt from $5 to $20 a pattern, Of Amerioan production, the cream assortment of norelties, in two-toned effects aud we certainly feel proud this season of what American manu facturers can do. We know you are not ungrateful, and when you see these novelties at 50o. and 75c. a yard, you'll say you never taw anything like them for the price. In Silks Art and esonomy are combined the colors and designs plain and fancy weaves throughout are ex quisite, dainty and most attractive in the matter of prices. In Housekeeping Linens All previous seasons' showings are undoubtedly surpassed. As a starter for early fall wear we offer a lot of Bleached Cotton...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 29 September 1894

T TWELVE BIG PACES CHOCK FULL South Sldo Side Providence Dunmore Of Good Today. News on TWEVLE PAGES-84 C UMNS. HCRAtfTON. PA.. SATURDAY MOIimNCr. SEPTEMBER 29, 1894. f TWO CENTS A COPY. THE TRIBUNE HAJj'A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SCRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHEFmORNINO PAPER 0 Ji i i S IS G The Japanese Warriors Tramp Over Sacred Soil of Tea Land. ARE ADVANCING ON MUKDEN Chinese Attempt to Resist the In vaders Unsuccessful Troops Want . ed at Hong Kong and Other Ports to Protect Foreign Residents Against the Native Feeling A De cisive Victory in Manchuria Is Re1 ported Russia Not Liable to Re main Friendly Without Compensa tion. ' Shanghai, Snt. 23. T is reported here that the Jupauess Dare succeeded in entering tue province of Manchuria and tuat they arti adveuoinz upon the oapi tal, Moukdeu. It is also said that fighting has taken place between the toraUrs and the Chinese at a town be tween that oity and the frontier, which enaea in a decided victory for the Jap aoe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 29 September 1894

2 TIIE SCItANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY . MORNING-, SEPTEMBER 29, 1894. WEST SIDE Farswsll Patty Tsndsrid to Professor Daniel Prothero. A farewell party was tendered to Pro fessor D inlnl Protheroe last niht at the Wolib Calrauistio Methodist ohuroli upon bit departure from Surau ton for Milwaukee, Wit. R?t. Uugb Davie", pastor of the cbnrob, presided, and Julxe Ei wards Beted as conductor. Jale Elwartls referred to tbe objects of the. meeting in an appropriate speech, after which Mrs, D. B. TbouiBs' lady choir gave ao excellent eeleotioa. Rr. D. P, Joues, of tbe Taberuacle cbarab, in a Welsti address referred to tbe lose which would be felt ia Sjraatou by the de parture of Professor Protheroe and wished him well in his future loca tion. Her. Dr. W, H. Pearce, of Elm Park church, ia a brief address I referred to the excellent qualities of Professor Protheroe and passed an enloglnui upon bis abilities, and was followed by tbe for. J. T. Morris, who, iu a Welsh address, spoke of the ralnabl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 29 September 1894

THE SCRANTON TEIBTINE SATURDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 29, 1804; Norton's New Stock Books and stationery, Will be ready to sell Wednesday, Sept 26 In old Republican building, Under Gas and Water office, 115 Wyoming ave. RUPTURE Can be ourd by simple treatments and the trass thrown aakle in a abort time. No detention from businew . A safe and radical care for every variety of hernia, by a new method. No charge for cousultutl )n and examina tion. SCRANTOM GERMAN RUPTURE CURE CO. (LIMITED.) 203 WASHINGTON A VII GOOD BREAD -USE THE SHOW WHIT And always have Good Bread. MAKUT AC TUBED AND FOB BALI TO THE TEADE BY The Weston Mill Co, EEVABB OF COUNTERFEITS ) THE 6ENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigare HAVE THE INITIALS - GL. B. & CO.; Garney, Brown & Co. MlVi. Dr. H. B. WARE PRACTICE LIMITED TO THE EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT 406 Spruce Street. SCHIVEREA MISSION NOTES. At noon Evangelist Schiverea will ad dreis the men at the Dickson Manufactur ing works, Penn avenue. Today's meeting at the Gospel ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 29 September 1894

..-. r THE SCUANTON TEIBIWE-SATURDAT MOBNI1TO. BEPTEMBEtl 20, A lUSUSHtO OaiLV IN 8CNTOH, Pa., THI Triium Puiuihino Company. t P. KINQSBURYi iniML N Tons Ornoi I Taisans uiuh. AV, -ANAttKO. MTSRM AT TMI POtTOfflU T MUima, Pa KCOf.e-e.M MM MATTma. Trinten Ink," the recognized Journal for advertisers, ratn the KCIIANTON IIIIIlt'NE as the beat advertising medium In Northeastern Pennsylvania, "Frlntors Ink" knows. rCRANTON. SEPTEMBER. 9. 1894. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor! DANIEL H. HASTING Of UENTIU. For Litutrnant Governor: WALTER LYON, Or ALLEUHBNT. For Auditor General: amos h. mylis, OV LANCASTEU. For Secretary aflternaX Affairtt JAMES W. LATTA, 01- PHILADELPHIA. For Contresnmen-at-Large: UALVSOA A. GROW, OKSl'sgcT.UANNA. GEORGE F. HUFF, or W-STMORELANA Election Time. Hov. a REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. Tor Conmea: JOSEPH A. 8CRANTOtf. For Law Judge: ROBERT W. AHCIIBALD. J or ihiriff: FRANK n. CLEMOXS. For County Tieamrer: THOMAS D. DAVIE 3. For Cterk of the Court: JOHN II. TH...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 29 September 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER SJ9, 1894. 5 Emphatically "Pure" and "Su:e." The strength comes frorr. cream of tartar and soda only, no ammonia, no alum. . It does the most work and the best work, and, best of all; it is perfectly wholesome. Clntland Bakiite PsmUr Co, New I'd. i, Sucamr t CUvtland BroAtn. Norrmanfi Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenuo 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. il'll! 0 inr 11 11 -i inn m 127 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. City officer and employes will be paid today. Gentlemen's Driving Club races Thurs day, 2 p. m. Diagram for the Primrose & West min strels opens this morning at Academy of Music box office. The sale of seats for John L. Sullivan commences this morning at the Frothing ham at 9 o'clock, Quarterly confe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 29 September 1894

TflE SCITANTON TEIBUNE SATURDAY , MORNING, w SEPTEMBER 29,. 1894. INDUSTRIAL, - Tbs Reading Itiilroad company hat put into operation a sew and complete yitem of eleotrio automatic block signalling, extending over the line of tbe Beading terminal at Philadelphia to and including Jenkintown. The eignglg are operated eutirely automati ttlly, the paeeage of each train along the rails actuating the aignnle in the rear, by means of eleotrie currents. Tbe roafl is divided into blocks or pases of varying lengths, eaoh being determined by the locality and the number of trains it is desired to handle. At the end of each bloek is a signal pole with two indicators, one showing a red dlso by day or a rediigbt by night, signifying danger; tbe lower one a green dise by dt.y or a green lieU t by night, signifying caution. The green signals operate simultaneously with the red signals on the bloek ahead In the direction tbat the train is mov ing, and are intended to give the en gineer of an approachi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 29 September 1894

THE 6CKANTON TKIJJUNE-SATURDAY MOUNTED. SEPTEMBER 21). 1894. nUEER ROMANCE OF AN ITALIAN It b DtTeloped Id Intrigue and Is Culminat ing la Crime. EXPLOITS OF A MODERN BORGIA Roman Girl of Extraordinary Beauty Who Poisoned Her First Husband, Planned to Kill Her Second and In duced Him to Murder Her Lover. For til Saturday Tribune Penelope Caroevali, a young Roman Ionian of rare beauty, appeared In the Troslnono criminal court lato In August Xo bo tried for murdering her llrst hus band. Mario Carnevall, her second hus band, took his place bcsldo her to answer the charge of killing her lover. This Uou iblo trial is the culmination of a criminal romance such as has been seldom equaled PENELOPE. Sot Intricacy and novelty oven In tho va ried experience of the Roman police, j Penelope Alonghinl was 15 years old in 11883. She was tho daughter of a prosper ous Roman tradesman and had been care fully educated by a governess. Her prepa ration for society was to bo finished In a young women's B...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 29 September 1894

THE SCKATfTON TTnTTTXE SATCTJDAY MOTSTONff. SEPTEMBER. 29. is9v M viocial H Personal j Little can be said of the social world except in the perspective sense. Tue week just passed witnessed no formal or other affairs but there baa been more or less food for anticipation in the many coming weddings of wellknown people, mention of which is made in this column. A large number of relatives and friends of Joseph Archbald, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Archbald, of Jefferson avenue, will witness his marriage to Miss Bessie Baird, at Pottsville, next Wednesday. The Scranton party will leave here at 7.45 o'clock the day of the wedding in a special car attached to the regular Delaware and Hudson train. At Wilkes-Barre the car will be transferred to the Lehigh Valley rail road, over which the trip will be con tinued to Pottsville. The ceremony will be performed at 8 o'clock in the First Presbyterian church. The maid of honor will be Miss Margaret Thompson, of Potts ville, and the bridesmaids will...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 29 September 1894

THE SCRANTON - TBIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 29, 1894. 9 TUP -L. Th Baptist denomination has re esntir soforsd great loss in the deatb of two of its most prominent anl use fal men. One was Rav. E. Q. Robin son, D. D , formerly president of brown university and reoently leotnrer in Crozer Theological, seminary. The other was Rsv. J. C. Long, LL.D. professor of ohnreh history in Crozer seminary. In their respective lives of study, tbese two men bad no superiors in the denomination, and the Baptist aonterenees tbronghont the country are recording their appreciation of trie worth and work of these men, and their sense of the lcsi sustained by this double bereavement. Tbe faculty of Crozer seminary has unanimonsly chosen Henry C. Vender, of the New YorK Examiner, to fill the place of Dr. Long as lecturer on church' history. Mr. Vedder is an author of consider able fame, and has written a "History of the Baptist Church,' and also "Tbe Dawn of Christianity.'' He haa mani fested pre-e...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 29 September 1894

10 TI1E SCItANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MOUNTING. SEPTEMBER 29, 1894. .BY GILBERT PARKEPTT7 COPYRIGHT," CHAPTER VIII. CONTINUED. "I must bid our father and mother good night. Thun I will join yon both 'in the court of the king.' " And he turned und went back and said to his father an ho kissed his mother, "I am had at an advantage, general." "And serves you riht, my boy. You had the odds with you. Pho has cap tured them like a bom soldier." His mother said to him gently: "Frank, you blamed ns, but remeiubor that wo wished only your good. Take my advice, dear, try to lovo your wife and win her confidence. " "Love hor try to lovehor!" ho said. "I shall easily do that. But tho other' ' He shook his head a little, though what he meant perhaps ho did not know himself, and thru followed Marion and Lali up stairs. Marion had tried to es cape from Lali, but was told that she must stay, and tho three mot at tho child's cot.- Marion stooped down and kissed its forehead. Frank stooped also and kiss...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 29 September 1894

Fas r 8T0RY TELLING FOR PROFIT. A Vocation Wlilch Serves to Earn a Liveli hood. Tho information baa Just been spread Abroad that a now avenue toward earning a livelihood has opened Itself to women. A young English woman has lutoly bo come a professional story teller and goes COSTUME OF 8UEDE BENOALHJE. about lo "country "houses In the guise oT guest to aniuso her companions on rnlny afternoons.' Tho idea is a pood one, but by no means now, and tho fact that the just mentioned young woman In tho first person known publicly to follow tho cull ing, at least out of tho orient, docs not prove her to bo Bpoclully original, for tho heroine of onoof Thomas Hardy's novels "Tho Hand of KthellMTto," if n-Collcc-tion nerves earns her living by means of her impromptu narrative powers und in deed supports her whole family by exer cising her enviable faculty In tho houses of her wealthy friends. However, if tho real story teller did got her notion from Mr. Hardy, it is nothing ottnlnst her, mid it...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 29 September 1894

v f.13 THE SCI? ANTON" : TErBXH-SATtJEDAT 3IOJ&N 1JN UV SEPTEMBER 29. 1894. THE LATE Josh Billings aid he bad read a number of food essays on "Milk," bat the best thing he bal ever seen on It was cream. flow, Then That la what we have to say of onr new atock of FALL AND WIN TER DRESS GOODS-lfs the cream assortment of foreign nor elti.g in Dreaa Patterns, tit from $5 to $20 a pattern, Of Amerioan production, the cream assortment of novelties, In two-toned effeots and we certainly feel prond this season of what American manu facturers can do. We kdow yon are not ungrateful, and when yon see tbtae noreltiei at 50o. and 75 0. yard, you'll aay yon never aaw anything like them for the priee. In Silks Art and economy are combined the colors and designa plain and fancy weaves thronghont are ex quisite, dainty and most attractive in tbe matter of prices. In Housekeeping Linens All previous seasons' showiags are 1 undoubtedly surpassed. Ai a starter for early fall wear we offer a lot of B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 1 October 1894

r South Sldo West Side Providence Dunmore REPUBLICAN , . : t-G t . News on second page. I I u I r-i c BIG RALLY " EIGHT PAGES 5 G COLUMNS. SCR ANTON. PA.. MONDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 1, 1S94. TWO CENTS A COPT. the'tribIe IsTm bona fide circulation a m on b s or an t on business e n than anhtehiorw paper WILL Jl TICKET Thsy Are Not Pleased with the Nomlnatwn of David B. Bill. FAIRCHILD TO HEAD THE The Lone ex-Followers of he Stuffed Prophet Have UntilTuesday to Make Up Their Able Minds, and May Therefore Yet Back Down, but ex-Mayor Grace Thinks Not The Ticket Forecast. New York, Sept 20. THE return of William E. Grace to this country ia followed by an announcement, made in positive terms by the Brooklyn Eagle, that the factions excluded from the Democratic state conrentlon will rnn Bstnte ticket of their own, with Charles S. FalrcMld heading it, and Will ruu independent mnnieipal tickets in New York, Brooklyn, and other cities. According to the Eagle this ticket is cot to be nominated by...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 1 October 1894

THE KCRAXTON TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING. OCTOBER .1, 1S94; T WEST SIDE BBIIIilllllllllllllllilllllllll A Prominent Young Man Died on 6t uiday. At An early boar Saturday morning:, John Roland Hughe?, one of the most bright and promising youn? men of tliis aide, died nt the boine of bis pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. John R. Englies, of Rebecca avenne. The younir man had been 111 for a Ions time, bat bis last spell of sicknoM began abont six weeks pgo. Since tbat time be bad suffered untold agony. The cause of death wai a disease of tie Innga. Mr. Hughes was born in MinersvilR Schnylkill county, in 1875. He was 19 years of orj und possessed, nuionir, other pood qualities, u gonial disposi tion which won the esteem of bis many friends. He wn employed by Proth croe and Wutkins. Deceased was the brother of Jntnes Hughes, a gradunte at Bucknell university and now princi ple nt No. 82 school. Tho funeral will take place this nft rnoon at 3 o'clock. Services will be conducted at the family borne, pasto...

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

THE SCTtANTON TIUBTJNE -MONDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 1, 1894.. Norton's New Stock Books and stationery, Will be ready to sell Wednesday, Sept. 26 In old Republican building, Under Gas and Water office, 115 Wyoming ave. RUPTURE Can be ourecl by simple treatments and the truss thrown asldo iu a short time. No detention f rom busiuesi . A safe and radical cure for every variety of Hernia, by a now method. No charge for consultali ix and examina tion. SCRANTON GERMAN RUPTURE CURE CO, (LIMITED.) 203 WASHINGTON AVE. GOOD BREAD USE THE And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO THIS TRADE BY The Weston II Co, EEWARE C? COUNTERFEITS ) THE GENUINE POPULAR Punch CigarQ HAVE THE INnriAlS G., B & Co.. Carney, Brown & Co. MfPi. COUKT HOUSK bUUAKK. Dr. H. B. WARE PRACTICE LIMITED TO THE EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT 406 Sprues Street. Office Honrs: j""-8 i 2 to 5. PERSONAL. E. J. 'Walsh visited in PlttBton yester day. A. A. Ayers, of Peckville, was in the city yesteraay. J. A. Donabo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 1 October 1894

4 TIIE SCRANTON TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING. OCTOBER I, 1594. PUtUtHCD DIIT III SCHANTOII, M. TBI Tniauaa PuautHiaa conmnTi . . fc K. P. KINGSBURY. KHW WAHMCSi lira Venn omet i tnauu Mumm. r""" Amav, Manama. ateoNe-eiAM am hatti. "Printers Ink," the recognized Journal for advertisers, rate the SCUANTON 1 ItlltlNE the belt advertising medium In Northeastern Pennsylvania, "l'rlnteri' Ink" know. ' ECRANTON. OCTOBER. 1. 1894.' REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. Tor Governor: DANIEL H. HASTING UV CENTIR. Fur Litutenont Onwroor: WALTER LYON, or ALLtuuiiNr. For Auditor General: AMOS H. SIYLIN, Or LANUAnTKK. tor Secretary oflttmal Affairtt JA5IE8 W. LATTA, . Ot'CUILADELCUla. far Cenurestmen-at-Large.: UALUSHA A. GROW, Olf Hl'dgCKHANNA. GEORGE F. HUFF, OF WKnTUOKELA-KB. Flection Time,. Nov. 0.. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. tor Connreu: JOSEPH A. SCRANTON. tor Lair Judge; KOBlillT W. ARCHBALD. lor thtrifT: FRANK II. CLEMONS. Fur Coim'tf Tiraiurer: THOMAS D. DA VIES. For Clerk of Ike Cotirta: JOHN II. THOMAS. V...

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