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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 6 October 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER C, 1894. 5 4 A pure cream of tartar; powder. w 1 "Pure" The true composition i manufacturer:-,. You know vh Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avonuo mm 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 McAnully 127 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. School teachers will be paid during next week. Gentlemen's Driving Club races Satur day, 2 p. m. Et. Aloyslus cadets will meet at St. Thomas' college Sunday evening at 7:30. Evangelist Ucbiverea will preach at the Elm Park church Sunday morning at 10.80. The holy communion will lie celebrated in St. Luke's church twice on Sunday, at 8 a. m. aud 10.30 a. m. A marriage license was granted yester- Jay by the clerk of the courts to John Connolly and Anne Harrington, of Scran- Plans for the new high school sewer, with an esti mated cost of t810, have been prepared by the city engineer's depart ment. f R...

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

TILE SCRANT0N TKIBUNE-SATURDAY MOltJSlNW. OCTOBEIi 0, 1894. INDUSTRIAL - A Pittsburg dispatch says: Breakers are in tho path of the steal rail tmst. Its monopoly of the wills and markets east of the Mississippi issorions threat ened. Down from the Mahonlup; val ley in Ohio comes the danger. Ia the outskirts of the iron towu of Younps towD a big iroo plant has been quietly erected by the OoioShpl c rapauy at a a cost of $1,500,000, 1md on January next it will h started and will iuu day ami night. The iilnnt will be capable of turniuu out 1,000 tont of gtottl rails every day, and by reason of many im provements it is stated that the new mill will tarn out the rails at h cost less than that entailed at the Elgar Thompson plant of the Carnegie SU-ol company. The new development in the steel rail situation and the danger it threatens to the colossal pool which now virtually controls steel rail pro duction in the United States is all the talk in iron and steel circles. What the combine wi...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 6 October 1894

THE SCTIAISTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING. OCTOBER C. 1894. ELBERSON WENT TO POLITICS the Grocery Business Suffered While the Can ' dldate Hiutled for Votes. AND THE BOYS THREW HIM DOWN The Mournful Tale of the Fate of a I Philanthrophic Citizen Who Sought -I to Purify Politic In His District and Found, Too Late, mat wara worn- 1 ers Are Deceivers, All. For the Saturday Tribune. ' No man In that part of town was moro thoroughly respected by his neighbors than Chris Elberson. He was a good eiamplo of the modestly successful business iuan. His cottage was a cleanly and well kept establishment. Jlrs. Elberson was a large, beaming wom an of happy disposition, and the children iwere red choefeod and well dressed. - His etoro was but throe blocks distant from his homo and was noar the corner where the horse cars were boarded for tho GETTING OCT AMOSQ THE PEOPLE. ride down town. A model grocery, it 'might have been termed. The shelf goods aeoiued always spick and span, the show cases were sh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 6 October 1894

THE SCKAXTON TRIBUNE SA TTJBDAY MOUSING, OCTOBER C, 1894. A - A 1 Reader of this column will be inter ested in a brief account of one of tbe most original aud unique weddiug an niversaries celebrated iu this region. It illustrates wbat an ingenious boat aud hostess can do to relieve tbe gath ering of even tbe slightest degree of formal stiffness. Allusion ia made to tbe celebration of tbe twenty-flret an niversary of Professor and Mrs. C. Coles at'Kiugston recently. The word "Welcome" was emblaz oned over the portal, aud indeed made each Kuewt feel that the occasion was to mean something at least more than a mere matter of social form. On en tering the door the visitors were greeted by Professor Cole attired in his wed ding suit of more than a score of years before. This happy deviance from tbe stereotyped custom of being admitted by a servant and not meeting the host until after descending from the dressing-room, was the second notable ab sence of conventionality. The guests were a...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 6 October 1894

THE SCTCANTOH" TKIBUITE-SATIJRDAY MORXTFTa. OCTOBER 6, 1894. THE d. GENERAL BOOTH. i The Salvation army is now known fTerywbvre, bat especial attention ia directed at present to this marvelous movement that origlaateJ lu oue man, from the fact that tbe life and aoul of the organization ia at present on onr continent; and will probably be in New York city about tbe latter part of next week. General Booth will itay in this country about two months, and will visit tbe leading cities in tbe United States. Before ho left London he held a farewell meeting; an admis sion fee of 25 cents was charged, bnt tbe large ball was crowded an bonr before the meeting commenced, and hundreds were tamed away. Tbe venerable general spoke for nearly two boars, and In tbe course of ' bis address referred to tbe proposed visit to America. One who was pres ent has recorded bis impressions in tbe "Freeman," and refers to tbe general as saying: "He was not going away from the army that woald be impos tible, f...

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

10 THE SCRAXTON TRIBUNE-SATCJRDAT MORNING. OCTOBER G 1894. WAX FIGURE MAKING THE SLOW CREATION OF HAIR, EYES, WRINKLES AND POflES. Jt Require Considerable Intelligence and Skill to Color id Tone a Dummy Cor rectly or to Provide It with Clothe As Intvrcitlng ProccM. Nearly every one bas at some tirue seen It collection of good wax works; peruupM at tbe Eden Mimee in New York or at Mme. TiiRsaml's hi London orlhe Mnsee Greviu In Paris. Yet to how many lias it occurred that the making of thfse figures requires a very largo amount of time, labor, atid artistic skill? Tbe process of making wax ligures is much uioro complicated than one would at first sight imagine. Take, for iustauce, tbe group of Lincoln liberat ing the Degrees. Suppose such a croup has been decided upon and tbe Rcuc.ral arrangement ell oralwl, perhis witJi tbe aid of some pencil sketches. Then tbe first step Ls to model the figures in clay, which is very necessary in ordtir that tbe presence of the body may 1hi felt un...

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

THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING. OCTOBER C, 1894. It PasMoini?S;'::Faede. MILLINERY NOTES. t A Crael Thing, and Yet the Fair and Ten ; der Sex Ienutnd It. Notwithstanding tho protests of the merciful and the active opposition of In fluential women, who disdain a fashion which Booms to justify so much cruelty, the slaughter of the innocents still goes on. An enormous trafflo is carried on In blrdeklns and colored feathers, of Which London and Paris are the two great marts of supply. One famous dealer In London has been known to receive In one single aonsignment 82,000 dea Vatamhig birds, VELVET TOQUE. 80,000 skins of differont anuutlo birds and 800,000 pairs of wings of different small and brilliantly colored birds, while a sim ilar Parisian dealer advertises lor a con tract to supply 40,000 for ono special season. The early importations of fall millinery are now on exhibition and are, most of them, exceedingly pretty. A great deal of velvet is used on them and much lace, both...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 6 October 1894

12 THE SCBANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MOENING. OCTOBER 6. 1894. HOW? The problem often if bow to be well dressed on little moneyt Looks like a difficult tbiag, bat it iin't- It'i mostly in the buying. Of two women wbo epend the same amount for clothes, one will be well dressed the other poorly dressed. The knack, or the lack of the knack, of right baying does it It'i a knack that can be acquired and cultivated. Theflrit thing ii to find the right atore to boy from. It'i a oommon lay ing, "one woman' money li aa good at another." It isn't true. One woman bnyi here and geti more for her money than the other woman oaa get else where. Money li only good for what it will bay. It ii worth moit where It will bay moit WHERE? We don't believe there'i a better place in Ameriea to buy goods than right in oar etore, Better in the eense of giv ing better valaei and better service we mean, We buy aseloie as we can, and sell as close as we can. In baying and sell ing, we have the interest of oar patron...

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

. THIS IS THE TIME TO DO THAT FALL ADVERTISING AND THIS IS THE PAPER IN WHICH TO DO IT EIGHT PAGES 50 COjMNS. SCRANTON. PA.. MONDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 8, 1894. TWO CENTS A COrT. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SCRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER tyAvlUHWMUJ SggSr VJiyAJWWW ' ' ' ' ' ' " - - .a. WAR GOVERNOR Andrew G. Curtln Is Summoned by the Dark SINKS PEACEFULLY TO SLEEP An Active and Eventful Life Ends OulMIu Thn Celebrated Son of Pennsylvania Lies Down to Pleasant Dreams Surrounded by Loving Friends-Governor Pattison's Proc lamationArrangements for Fun eralBrief History of a Life of Activity and Interest. , Belwfonte, Ph., Oct. 6 OX. ANDKEW CURTIN, the old war governor of Panneylvanin, III n diod this morning at 5 o'clock. U U His death wub not only pRioksi, lut calm; the lust vitil spark going out after a sleep of twelve hours; a peaceful ending to the long, useful and even turbulent pnblto life of this great and distinguished man. It was too a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 8 October 1894

TIIE SCBAKTCW TRIBUTE MONDAY MOBNINGr. OCTOBER 8, 1894. (WEST SIDEl lllllllMMllTnilllilllllllllllllllllll Tli EAltTH SIMIKti. JKanj Boat Are Badly Creoked and Damaged. On Friday last, tiny Assures were no ticed on th streets at various placet from Eyaon to Rook street. The cracks war first of 11 tilt, or no impor tance, bat on to tame veiling they widened to a considerable degree. Tbe portion of tbe territory moat affected U ynon and Hampton streets, west of Main avenue In tbe Fifteenth vrard. Many houses are badly cracked, while mncb of tbe plastering baa fallen from otbera. Tbe trouble is oaused by the big rein, wbieb It about twenty-one feet in thickness, where tbe squeeze la taking plaoe. At an early hour Sat urday morning rnmblinga were beard, and many people were badly fright ened aa they feared a great calamity waa about to occur. A Tbibuhs re porter traversed tbe ground and vis ited many of the honats yesterday. Tbe plaoe which seemed to be lh most seriously affeoted is tbe ...

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

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 8, 1894. Norton's New Store 115 Wyoming Ave. (Old Republican Bailding.) Entire New Stock received since the fire, which destroyed all our stock in the old store, Lacka. Ave. Miscellaneous Books, in cloth and leather bindings, single vols, and full sets, suitable for wedding and other gifts. Choice Stationery for social use. Mercantile Stationery, all sorts. School Books and School Stationery. Blank Account Books, all sizes and all styles, from Penny Book to Bank Ledger. Bibles, Prayer and Hymn Books. All the Popular New Books, in cloth and paper covers. RUPTURE Can be cured by simple treatments and tbe truss thrown aside in a short tinio. Mo detention f rora businoss . A safe and radical cm e tor every variety of hernia, by a new method. No charge for consultation and examina tion. SC R ANTON GERMAN RUPTURE CURE CO, (LIMITED.) 203 WASHINGTON AVE. GOOD BREAD USE THE And always have .. Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO THE TRADE BY T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 8 October 1894

THE SCEANTON TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING. OCTOBER. 8, - 1894. S8e Sctctttfott CrfButu ' Ct Muwii oitf 111 teeasrrog. Tail TMBve) PwaUMIN COMMNT. g. p. KINGSBURY. mm Teaee-we i im" -). rsa bm, SUaaata. inuMun nail wtn "Printers' Ink." the recognized journal Tor awlTertlser, rate th 6CBAKTON riilBTJKE M the beat advertising medium In Northeastern Pennsylvania. "Printers' Iuk" knows. fcCBANTON. OCTOBER, a 1894. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor! DANIEL h. hasting or cist a. For lieutenant Governor; WALTER LYOI OF ALLBQHKIf T. For Auditor General: AMOS a MYLIU OF LANCABTKB. Fer Secretary oflternal Affair JAMES W. LATTA, OFFUILADILPalA. Far CongreumeA-at-Laroe: UALU8HA A. GROW, OVSUagUKHANNA. GEORGE V. HUFP, OF wkbtmorblana Election Time. Mot, a REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. Tor Conare! JOSEPH A. SCRANTON. For Late Judge: HUBERT V. ARCH BALD. 1 or iheriff: FRANK H. CLE1I0N3. Fur Count v Tieantrer: THOMAS D. DAVIES. For CYrfc of the Cowtt: JOHN II. THOMAS. For Prothonolary: CLARENCE E. PRYOR. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 8 October 1894

THE SCUANTON TRUiUNE MONDAY MORNINO, OCTOBER 8, 1894. 5 "My Fig Cake is splendid; in fact," says a young housekeeper, "it is almost too good. It seems as though I were making cake all the time fjpr donations or church fairs or some committee. I tell them if they will foil v the recipe in your cook book and use Cleveland's Baking Powder they can make cake just as nice as mine. I am sure I never made such cake before. Thanks both to Cleveland's baking powder and the cook book." The recipe book is sent free on receipt of stamp and address. , Cleveland Baking Powder Co., 8i & 83 Fulton St., N. Y. Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue rjMimim was m wm wmwrnrai 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. CITY NOTES. . Gentlemen'! Driving Club races Satur day, 2 p. m. The Lackawanna county Medical Society will bold ita regular monthly meeting at tbe court bouse tom...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 8 October 1894

,6 THE SCBAXTON TRIBUITE-MOS DAY MORNING, OCTOBER 8, 1894- GENERAL MEWS OF - If John WflnninHker can be induced to become a eamlidate for the presi ilenoy of tlie lt'iiditiR Kuilroa'l eoni pany "there will probably be thre ticking in the fieUI at the attnrj il m't intc in J.:nanry. President H irris will, ot conrso, be h oaudi lute for re- lfction iud Iimte L. Ricn bus announced t h:it he will haa.. b ticket of his own making. Already there is a demand for proxies on th purt of frictids of the various enndiduiss, and quit a little sanation WRscroir.ed in liuatieinl circles S-itur-Oiy whvn it wns k-arnol that tba O!cott-E irle reorganization committee will ba glad to receive proxL-B ia blank to be voted as the committee diracta. Who the committee favors is not known, lmt it is supposed to be Mr. llarria. II r. Rica polled laat Jnnnnry about 1.10,000 shnrce, but it is probable that the vote for bim at the eoraiotr flection will full considerably below this figure, us some of hia forme...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 8 October 1894

THE SCTUNTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 8, 1894.' 7 in it umnn uuu T Rerless tbe Work that the Noted Evangelist ' . Did In This City. THE PRINCE OF EVANGELISTS Moody Has Tact, Wisdom, Piety and Knows the Bible and Human Nature Annoyance that He Met With Here Tent Services Referred to as the Grand Feature of the Campaign. Last week's iesne of the New York "Observer" contained an interesting article by Roy. Dr. James MoLeod, pas tor of the First Presbyterian cbnrcb of this city, npon "Mr. Moody Id Scran ton." Among other things Dr. Mc leod 8nys: From ny, and indeed, from every point of view Mr. Moody is au interesting study. Hels tbe prince of modern evangelists. Other evanRolists that we havn met have their excellencies. They are well developed in spots, but Moody is fall orbed. Hd has tact, wisdom, piety, tbe gift of ntteranse and whole-hearted consecration. He knows his Bible and be knows bnmnn nature. He loves his Master aud be is loyal to him to his heart's core, aud iberfor...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 8 October 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE, MONDAY MORNING: OCTOBER S. 1894.' POPULAR Dim Goods. Iridescent Mixtures, we have closed from the Shaen Manufacturing Co, one of the prettiest effects of the season in medium priced Dress Stuffs, Width 48 Inches, Price 58 Cents. The same goods prior to this purchase sold at $1 par ya-d, There are 7 different colorings in the lot This is a special that is full of money saving, We are making a special ty of medium priced Nov elty Silks, Nowhere else is so varied a collection of styles at popular prices, All the choicest and new est Silk Novelties. Never before has a dollar gone so far as it will at present in these fabrics. 20-inc'i Plain China Sill, Fries 25c. to fa All the leading shades and black. Same goods sold quickly at 37 cents but a little while ago. GORMAN'S 412 Spruce St, Scranton, Dr. Pppvos is now fully established at 412 Spruce 8tn;et, Scranton. Ho has performed mine wonderful ciircx nud lws (,'iiinoj tho :nnfi(li'iicj of tile publics Ho bus come to...

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

JHISISTHE ' TIME TO DO THAT x - FALL ADVERTISING AND THIS IS THE PAPER IH 1 VVHICH TO DO IT EIGHT PAGES-56 COLUMNS. SCRAXTON. PA.. TUESDAY MOKN1KQ. OCTOBER 9, 1894. TWO CENTS A COPY. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SCRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER TOP I, WHITNEY'S EH Be Urges All Good Democrats to Stand by EividB.Hlll. MUCH DEPENDS UPON NEW YORK The Writer Thinks That the Demo cratic Party Is in Danger and Ad vises All to Close Their Eyes and Support Hill for the Good of the Party Tammany Is Bad, but Should ' Not Be Reformed by Republican ' ism Does Not Think the Election of Mr. Hill Would Have Any Weight in 1896. New Youk. Oct. 8. I AMES W. HINCKLEY, chairman or tb Democratic State commit n tee, cove oat toniirht for public Vi lion William G. Whitney' latter to Air. Hinckley declining the latter s invitation tbat Mr. Uinckloy act as chairman or as a member of the Demo cratio camrmiKo oommittee. Tiie let ter ia dated Oct. 0, from Roalyn. L. I. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 9 October 1894

THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9, 1894. IIIIIIIIIIIM 1WESTSIDEI DlSCUUliSK ON MILTON. Large Number Attsndtd the First Lao ture of University Coarse. The first of a aeries of university ex tension lectures given under the aus pices of the Hyde Park Literary mil Debating society was held last evening in the Welsh Culvinistlo Methodist chtireb. The 'lecturer whs Colonel Homer B. Spnigue, Ph. D., formerly professor in Cornoll university and president of tbe State University of North Dakota. Last evening dis course was on "John Milton." The speaker was introduced by Jobn R, Edwards. After a few explanatory remarks Dr, Sprague said: . Milton was charming and was one of tbe greatest men of the ago, although we can not all agree with his views. Two centu ries have passed since he was lnid to rst, but his name is immortal. He was pro roundest of scholars and snhllmest of poets. He had many contemporaries, such us Shakespeare aud Johnson. At that time religious views were very...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 9 October 1894

3 Norton's New Store 115 Wyoming Ave. (Old Republican Building.) Entire New Stock received since the fire, which destroyed all our stock in the old store, Lacka. Ave, Miscellaneous Books, in cloth and leather bindings, single vols, and full sets, suitable for wedding and other gifts. Choice Stationery for social use. Mercantile Stationery, all sorts. School Books and School Stationery. . Blank Account Books, all sizes and all styles, from Penny Book to Bank Ledger. Bibles, Prayer and Hymn Books. t All the Popular New Books, in cloth and paper covers. RUPTURE Can bo cured by simple treatments und the truss thrown osldo in a short timti. No detention from bushiest . A safe and radical cure for evory variety of hernia, by a now method. No charge for consultuti n and examina tion. SCR ANTON GERMAN RUPTURE CURE CO. (LIMITED.) 203 'WAS1I1XGTOX AVE. GOOD BREAD UBE THE ' And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB BALE TO THE TRADE BY The Weston Mill Co. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS J THE GE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 9 October 1894

THE SCEANTON TRIBUNETUESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 9,. 1S94. PUILISHCD OAILT IN 8eISTOII. P. TH raievme Puslishins Company. It s. KINOSIURV. KiwYo omen ORAV. MANASCM. itiioiiM. MM niiHi T tmi poMiomet at mmkton. m BOOKB-OLAS NAIt HATTKN. "l'l int fr' Ink," the recogulzed Journal for advertisers, rates the SCU ANTON 1 K IllL'NK the best advertising medium In Noithemteru Veuniylvanla. '1'riutoiV Ink" know. fCRANTON. OCTOBER 9. 1834. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Oovernor: DANIEL H. HASTINGS Ok'CKNTKU. For lieutenant Governor! WALTER LYON, Ot'ALLKUIlKNT. for udttor General: AMOS H. MYLVX, 01' LANCASTER, for Btcrttary oflternal Afalrtt JAMES V. LATTA, or PHILADELPHIA. for Congreumen-al-Large: GALUSHA A. GROW, OHSL'HOCEHANNA. GEOIilJK F. HUFF, 0V WKSTMOIlRlAlHfc Fleet lou Time; Nov. ft REPUBLICAN COUNT TICKET. for Conorem: JOSEPH A. SCRANTON. for Law Judge; HUBERT W. AltCHBALD. I or t itriff: FRANK II. CLEM0N9. for Conn'; Titamrer: THOMAS D. DAVIE 3. for Clerk of the Com tt: JOHN II. THOMAS. Fo...

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