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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 9 January 1894

T1LK ttCHANTON TK JJB U JN JhJ T U E S JL A Y MOKNlJSGr, J A UAKY 9, 1894. llllllll!lllllllllllIlllligilllllllllllllHIU I Pipe i Valves a I Fittings x THE SCRANT AND W ftiimiuiimiiii iiiiitiuifiuiiiiiiii REPORT OF GRAND JURY Protest Hade Against tbe Way Law Regard ing Fire Escapes Is Observed. ACTION ON THE VARIOUS BILLS si m mil my a T"W.I! NorrmanA Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue Lackawanna THE S08 Penn Ave. Laundry A. B. VYARMAN. HEARS & HAGEN- Offer for This Week A new line of 4o inch all wool Bourette Stripe Cheviots, made to sell for 75c; 7 yards will cost you $2.03, or only 29c. per yard List of the True Bills and Those Re- urned Ignoramus Costs in Every e but One Placed on the Press ors County Directed to Settle in the Case Made an Exception of. Carpets, Wall Papers, Wiudow Shades, Draperies, Mattings, Rugs, etc. WILLIAMS & McANULTY. 127 Wyoming Ave. Gordon, Charles Blaok, pros., Samuel Mel - fOL Alary V. JJuiry, prox. All 01 tnese prosecutors were directed t...

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

TTIE SCRANTON TRIBUKE-TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 9, 1891. 6 i 11 . . i BninA Hrvue&est of Pittston. gyt-; jmmm sf Jsm. -asm sm ri w Wmf m -sMty mm ' 8j" 1 ' r- mm -mp -snsssw M ssi Daily Chronicle OF Pittston Events. The Sctunton Tribune's Pittston office, No. 8 South Main stmt, is in charge of W. E. Tooke and J. M. Fuhy, to whom complaints aud nowa items may be referred by any subscriber, j THINGS OBSERVED AND NOTED. Forty-oight dollars duoount for cashing an orJer of $1,740 is looked upon as a rapid method for making money by Burgess Malouey. Inas much as borough orders are not "na gotiable paper" the next question that naturally arises is whnt action Sacks ifc Brown propose to pursue to recover their money. The situation is certainly a perplexing one and any thing but cheerful as far as Oontrso tors llealey & Andreas are concerned. The revelations disclosed by Engi neerBartl during the week just closed have Worked the people of this town up to a pitch of excitement only ex ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 9 January 1894

1 THE SCI? ANTON" TTttBUNIf TUESDAY' MORNING, tTANTTABY 9, 1894. 7 NEW STYLES IX Dark Calicos Alc.Ah,Alc.Ah. BF.ST INDIA BLl CALICOS 4ic4!c4!c41c BEST APRON GINGHAMS LADIES' JACKETS Half Price, 2.7B upward. Misses' Gretchens II air Price, $2. "5 upward. 7-Yard Dress Patterns All Wool. (1.96 upward. Comfortables I.", cents upward. Down Quilts 13.98 upward. White Blankets 5S cents upward. fiATiOTJrflfl i 50o. Corsets for NEW DRESS SKIRTS. HOW TO SHAPE THEM AND HOW TO TRIM THEM. Tho l'usHmmblo Uorcrt BcUi the New Cir cular and the Boi I'lalieil Skirts Trim- niluc Ailapted tu Tall, Slender Wontea end to Stout Women. Tho skirt is an important feature of a l.v's tlresc. It must not only be cut Ca:Merfect pattern, but must be made , - to hang just riht. Then, too, there I are skirts lor stout women ana sums ror leader ones; skirts for heavy materials and skirts lor soft, clinging fabrics. The wise womau consider; all these matters when selecting a pattern lor her own ilre s skirts. The ski...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 9 January 1894

I 8 THE SCRA1TT0TT TRIBTTNTJ TTJESBAT MORTTOTCJ. JANUATIY 9, 1894. Stationery In great' variety at prices to Suit the Times. C. B. PRATT. JANUARY THE MEWS OF TOWNS Out of town correspondents of TllH Tnm -I'm: should utgn thulr names in full to enoU uewB lottor, not for publication out to guard Stfitinst deception.! LAWRENCE NT DONALD ARRESTED. Modes and fabrics OUR FASHION MONTHLY Just Out. Describes and contains the Leading Fashions, Latest Dress Materials, Stories, An ecdotes, Humorous, Illustra tions, Valuable Information, elevating and pleasing read me: for the home. GIVEN AWAY to those who call for it at our store. Modes and Fabrics Bound at the end of the year will make a book of 384 pages or more, with about 500 illustrations, describing ;;ovns for calling, shopping, weddings, receptions, balls, parties and other occasions. Every lady wishing to be well dressed, and dress econ omically, should have it Talki Inooherantly and His Clothai Con tain Numeioua Blood-stains, Fprctnl ...

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

1 HERRING was not nearly so doad a candidate as his name might imply. f6?I EIGHT PAGES--56 COLUMNS. HERRING'S victory, by the way, was foretold by THE TRIB UNE weeks and weeks ago. SCR ANTON, PA., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 10, 1894. TWO CENTS A COPY. ffi U IOTIOED. OF HUNTING HARD A VICTIM Pattlson, Harrity and Hensel Cannot Find Anybody to Head the Ticket EX-GOVERNOR CURTIN DECLINES Ho Peremptorily Refuses to Go Down Before the Growing Grow Tidal Wave James D. Hancock, of Ven ango, Is Under Fire, and if He Re mains Obdurate, Public Printer W. Hayes Grier VVill, It Is Said, Sacri fice Himself on the Altar of His Party's Need. vUJ lUJ LTQ Q) LEj g THAT if Jl AD THE BEIT HAWHAI MEWS YESTERDAY. X Harkisburo, Jan. 9. THE hardest work the leaders of the Pennsylvania Democracy are having on the eve of the state convention to nominate a congressman -at-lHrire is in inducing some suitable person to become a can didate. Governor Pattison and Ad jutant General Greenland held a con ference wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 10 January 1894

THE SCRANTCXN" TKIBITtfE-WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 10. 1894. ONE CENT A Word. Itu.iiso all ktndt roll thai much, cjc etfil Situations II 'itjitVi.tuii.'i arc iiwrtcd FUSE Situations Wanted. md luuu, age I 9. ili"1 fair educauon and ran gin tba best of rsfeTSnoa in regard tn character. Hai bad ax patience as clerk III tore, as (armor anil a lehool teacher, Ad Ureas N N , Tribune uitlee. rANTID-YOUKQ LADY DB81BK8 A position in otneo as stenographer and typewriter. Will work for the experience she would gain Would prefer a place tbat in a few weeks would leoelve salary. Address A. B . Tribnue office. Wanted. KIK nithed rooms for Marbl housekeeping. centrally located, l y neat, responsible party, Answer Tribune clliee. O. K. AULNTLKMAN W1M1KSA.N IN TKllEST in tataUlsnad buatnota in contra pan ol city; capital required not to SXOOed llttecn hundred dollar: sporting gooda or barrtwaro prefun ed. .1 aM Tribnna Offloo. 1 1 ' ANTKli TWO OR THREE Agents Wanted. Ul ANTED A SALESMAN, S'-'n TO ...

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

THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE-"WEDNESDAY TOENING. JANUARY 10. 1894. opuses IN GREAT VARIETY. No Fake Sale in 0ur9 We hare better bargains ever? flat In ftp year than so-called "bargain days, "clearing sales," and such well-known, worn-out, played-out schemes will afford. For real bargains in FIKST-CLASS KEW PIANOS AND ORGANS SEE US. EMERSON PIANOS Popular, reliable and within ;your reach. HALLET & DAVIS PIANOS Have taken over 100 Brat premiums In lU past titty years. Other makes of Piano. Four mak.i of Orpans in beautiful new ".eslf?na. See our nock before buying. We hare the goods, tur prices are right. Everything m the music hue. STELLE k SEELEY IS4 Wyoming Ave., Scranton, Pa. NEWS FROMWESTSIDE EEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE GENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G., B. 8c Co,, fmprlnfe'ri nn Each Clnaf Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. UUVtlX UOliSlb bUUAKJt. DR. H. B. WARE BPECIAUSX EYE, EAR, KOSE A.N U THROA1. 135 WYOMING AVE. LONGER TERMS OF COMMON PLEAS. Hereafter They Will L...

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

THE SCBANTON TTUJiUNE-WEPN ESDAT MORNING, JANUARY 10, 1894. SCRANTON TRIBUNE F. E. WOOD, General Manager. I'CBLISBBO UAII YAM' WII.ULY IN SCIiAN ON. PA., ll V lUL 'ilUUUNK l'UUUSUl.NO L'OWAKY. New York Office: Tim hunk Ucildino, VltANK a UltAT. MANAOE1L tSitered at the litollce at Scranton, Pa., Second-Clou Mail Matter. 1HE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. fCRAMTON, JANUABV 10, 1894. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET FOB CONGRESSMAN ATLAKiiH, QAJtiVSU A. GROW, OK Sl'SulKHANNA. ELECTION FEBRUARY ?0. EVERYBODY READ IT. Read what f Why, the complete story of Minister Willis impudent COXtrU toward Mm Hawaiian jiroi iMuiiu HOT rrameni printed yetftrday on the ju st two MltttttM of nil1 first juitjelhc place tthere (As beet nttM ought bib? printed, the place that ntvepaper nun Mil "the paerjo honor." Haiders of rut: TRIBUN&donot tare to watt their time over great quantity of dull stuff, pitchforked i, any way: out Oty do Cart for the real new-, and nil the mat news, put in thtipe to seize their attention at O...

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

TUE SCKANTON TiUlilJN i-V V MOKNlNtt, JANUARY 10, 1894. 5 simmiimiiiiiiiiiiniiiiimiiiiimiiii: I Pipe I I Valves I f Fittings f i THE SCRANTON SUPPLY AND MACHINERY CO. s niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiieiiiniR NorrmanA Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue ouel Flb'.simmous, Beuator McDonald, Hepresentative dyne, W. J. Rurke, James J. O'Neill. M. V. Flyne, William Craig nud Frank ltoliiiug,ir.,Ief,t' yesterday afternoon (or tho Democratic statu con vention at Harriaburg. A BOX OF LADIES' HATS. Sent by Frlodlacd r & Co., for Parsons In Ne d The ladies in charge of thechnrita- I hie work of toe city with headquarters Millie Municipal mul ling received a box from Fnodlander & Co., yes'erday It contained six ladies' huta, ill trimmed and ready for wear, They de sire to express their thanks for the same, aud hope that the example thus set insy be emulated by other city inerchauti. Lackawanna THE vr08 Penn Ave. Laundry A. B. WARMAM. Offer for This Week A new line of loinch all...

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

6 TIIE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE -WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 10, 1894. Daily Chronicle OF Pittston Events. The Soianton Tribune's Pittston office, No. 8 South Main street, is in charge of W. E. Tooke and J. .M Fahy, to whom complaints and news items may be referred by any tubacriber. J CITIZENS NOMINATE CANDIDATES. An Enthusiastic Rally at Phoenix Hall and Ita Work. The meeting of the Citizens' Reform movement at Phiuniz hall last evening attracted a large attendance. The meeting was called to order at 8 o'clock by Chairman Benjamin Harding. Af ter addressing, the meeting on the im portance of the occasion be appointed the following committeemen to make up a ticket. First ward, John Eicholtzsr, Thomas Cody: Second ward, Scott Wagner, Thomas Gill; Third ward, John Con ntll. Howell Williams; Fourth ward, John Snowen, Joseph Morris; Fifth ward, John McDonnell, James (J tin neu; Sixth ward, Stanley Crook, tVill iam Abbot ; Seventh ward, Joseph Lof tus, James Laur; Eighth ward, Roger Hiues, Jame...

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

THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE WEDNESDAY MORMNG, JANTTARY 10, 1894. 3S3ia3i3ift NEW STYLES IX Dark Calicos BF.ST INDIA BLUE CALICOS 4!c4!c4ic4!c PEST APHON eiNGHAMS LADIES' JACKETS Half Price. 12.75 upward, Misses' Gretchens Half Price. $2.75 upward. 7-Yard Dress Patterns All Wool. 11.96 upward. Comfortables !." cents upward. Down Quilts s.'i.iis upward. White Blankets 58 ceutfl upward. CORSETS FROCKS FOR GIRLS. NEW MODELS FOR AGES RANGING FROM SIX TO SIXTEEN YEARS. I'lie Cmvoi Art More Original aud Leo Elaborate Than I'sual The same Mate rials Adopted by Adults Are Employed, feature In Millinery aud Cloaks. The winter gowns for little people are more original than usual, for they hardly trench on the modes adopted by their elders a remark which does not apply to the materials used for frock?. Hop laoHng, tweed, faced cloth, poplin and satin aro all utilized for young people. This winter's models for children gar ments are comparatively plain and ap propriate, and the tendency is toward the ...

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

V 3 THE SCTRA!N"TOT? TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MOBKHTO. JANTJATIT 10. 1S94. Stationery In great variety at prices to Suit the Times. C. B. PRATT. GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT January Sale Woolen Dress Ms. In anticipation of our regular annual stock-taking we have re-marked all our Dress Goods stock so that immediate buyers may secure Uncommon Valuer in Rich Foreign Dress Goods. SHE SAW LINCOLN SHOT. But the Flay She Is Now Acting In la Not a O-m. Special to the Scranton Tribune. Honksdale, Jan. 9. "How did yon njoy the ahow last night?" "Got my money's worth the first act" "Good, hey?" ''One aot was enough." Thia little dialogue describes the character of "Zb" at the opera house last night There was considerable applause and langhter, but the play was empty and poor. Kathryn II. Evans, one of the char acter!, was with the Laura Keon com pany at Ford'a theater, Washington, when Lincoln was shot, and is theonly living survivor of that company, KEEP AWAY FROM LUMBER CAMPS. They Are Already Overpopulat...

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

I A STUDY IN SCARLET. A STUDY IN SCARLET Cribune. A STUDY IN SCARLET A STUDY IN SCARLET EIGHT PAGES 5G COLUMNS. SCRANTON, PA., THURSDAY MOHMNG. JANUARY 11, 1894. TWO CENTS A COPY. KEEP II EYE OPEN FOR A 5 LITill DF THE II W IF JS ST W 11 SCARLET. 99 HANCOCK MUST BE THE VICTIM Harrlty Is Inflexible and the Venango Oounty Patriot Finally Yields. SOONER PAY A THOUSAND DOLLARS The Nominee Would Give His Check for This Sum If He Had Not Been Selected-He Calls the Tariff a Monstrous Fraud and Proposes to Annihilate It All Along the Line. Favors the Income TaxCollector Grant Herring's Ludicrous Little Platform -Other Incidents of the Sacrificial Rite. For OoagMMIDU'.t larife. JAMES U. HAH' L'l CK, of Venango. WHO HANCOCK IS He Wa. born in Wilkes-Barre, June L8S7. Hewn uducateil at Konyon ollxne .Uhio.fn.m Which institution he v. as ur.idiiatt'il in I8fi& Ho was proCetjtor of mathematics in the s ti i M university, in I'ittsbura, from 1889 1 1 laS2,studyinf law in t meantime end sub seq...

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

I THE SCRANTON TTJIBUNE THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 11. 1894. ONE CENT A Word Hants of all kind 001 thai much, M- etpt situations Wmted,whieh art Inserted '.Vf. Situations Wanted. .11 Alt s1 H7ANTKI)- A SlTl'ATION BY A I'ii'ii iiiuii. hl'i" i Hu a fmr education ond ran give the best of nbtMH in recur. I to .harm-tor. Hu had experience us clrk in tor! a farmer ami as waool tMODWi Ad dree N. N., Tribune offloe. SiXTTl i-bY "X"41lTtnEAiTF.t I ffli a position ai housekeeper or unso term for nnrelng, 18 pir week. Keeieno idven. Address Hoiuek.-.p ir. Tri'muio oilif. . 11TUATION WANTF.D-AMKRICAN MAN vearaoCate a id natrrleo, to act as watcnuian, Ian .or or inc-uiau, A. HO, I reference. Add rat . N. 't rlbune otl'oi. U'ANThU SITVATION - JoI I'lA.V Id, slsht rialer, well up lu show biici neat, t. M., i rlbune oMi UrANTED-YOUNG LAI'Y DE81RH.8 a position in ortioo as stonoraohor and typewriter. Willwore tor UteexperlenoeBne would sain. Would pfefer a place that in .i few weeks would receive sal...

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

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY MORNING. JANUARY 11, 1894. 3 ?SRF1AS( JN GREAT VARIETY. No Fake Sale in Ours Vi'f have better bargains ever? day In the year tlmn so-called "bnrcain 'days, " "clearing sales," and such well-known, worn-out, jilayed-out schemes will altord. Fur real bargains iu PIBST-OLABfl NEW PIANOS AND ORGANS SEE US. EMERSON PIANOS Popular, reliable and within your roach. HALLET & DAVIS PIANOS Have taken over 100 first premiums In the past fifty years. Other makes of Pianr. Fonr maltos of Organs In beautiful new designs. See our Hock before buyiug. We have the goods, tur prices aro ngUu Everything m the music luiti, STELLE k SEELEY IS4 Wyoming Ave., Scranton, Pa. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE GENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G., B. & Co,, Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. (.OIK l l.i'l i. xjl U.K. DR. H. B. WARE! SPECIALIST. EYE. EAR, KOsE AXD THROAT. OFFICE HOURS :JKSSk 35 WYOMING AVE. WHAT MOU APPKOPRIATE Gift? The Labor of Man's Hands Will Pass Aw...

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

THE SCTJANTOX TRIBUNETHURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY II, 1894. SCRANTON TRIBUNE F. E. WOOD, General Manager. Pum.ISnEn DAILY AND WEEKLY IN SCRAN- ns, Pa., by Tub Tuibuns Publishing Company. New Yomc Ornct: Thiuunb Bdildino. Frank b. Uhay. Manaoku. Vutcrcd at the V)jfri)!oe nt Seranton, Pa., a Eecond-Clau Hail Matter. 1HE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. ECU ANTON. JANUARY II, 18M. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET FO R CON" 0 K E SS M A X AT I, A R 1 1 K. GA&USHA A. liltoW, OF BUBQUEHANNA. ELECTION FEBRUARY SO. "A STUDY IN SCARLET." Wtird, thrilling abtoiwkg; mw a brink in the, intercut; a pouwful ! -Uatation, involving tleductivt tklll of an unpnouUnUd dtgree, time you Uyin it, yuu will grow ftttvUk for tht naandawait tho tqnl with inxpa tienti kindltd by Utlloiom nnctriaiuty. Watch fur it: Wail for it! Keep an tye clear for "A Stmly in Hcitrlet.'' Who U3PBB tun suu ia Hancock TUI EXECDT1VI coon shows symp toms at lalt of n desiro to com down from the lluwaiuu tree. WHIM TBI rOOL-KILLIB was not pres ent at t...

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

t THE SCH ANTON TRIBUNE TH I' ItM AY MORNING, JANUARY" 11, 1S94. 5 yiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiig I Pipe I Valves I HOW TO GET A LICENSE AN EX-JUDCE IN COURT TO GET i OF THEM REVIVAL AT DUNMORE ESCAPED FROM UBBY Si The Tribune Answers Several buwrtut Questions Asked by a Subscriber. H THE SCRANTON SUPPLY AND MACHINERY CO. niilllliiiilliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiR Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue Lackawanna HE JC8 Penn Ave. Laundry A. B. WARMAM. HEARS & HAGEN. Offer for This Week A new line of lo inch all wool Bourette Stripe Cheviots, made to sell for 75c.; 7 yard-? will cost you $2.03, or only ?oc. per yard. Carpets, Wall Papers, Window Shades, Draperies, Mattings, Rugs, etc. WILLIAMS & McANULTY. 12 7 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. "A Study in Scarlet." Commou council will hold a regular meeting this ovening. "Tho Limited Miul" will be the attrac Hon at the Acndoiuy of Music this eveumij. Several skating parties from this city yesterday went to E...

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

1 6 THE SCKANTON TBIBUltfE -TTTUTtSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 11, 1894. Daily Chronicle OF Pittston Events. The Scranton TrIBTJNI'S Pittston oflice, No. 8 South Main stroot, is in cliarge of V. E. Tooke and J. M. Fnhy, to whom complaints and news items may be referred by any subscriber. THE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. Lively Sisiion Held and Almost a Riot at On Time. In pursuance of a regular cull the Democratic borough convention met in the town hall last evening to place in nomination candidates for the ensuiiiK cleotion. The convention was called to order by Chairman Patrick Sweeney Mt 8 o'clock. The following delegates Were recognized and given seats in the convention: First ward, M. Healey; Second ward, George Hently; Third ward, Thomas Lung; Fourth ward, Frank Daley; Fifth ward, Daniel COD nell; Sixth" ward. Thomas Devine; Sixth ward, Second district, T. Cole ruau, contested by M. Long;buev; Sev enth ward, Joseph Heap; Kitfhth ward, William Liuneu; Ninth Ward, Thomas Corcorau, Tenth ward...

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

THE SCRANTON" THTBUNE THURSDAY MORNING-, JANUARY 11, 1S94. 7 32C-32C-32C32C- NEW STYLES IN Dark Calicos 4ia4ia42-4ia BEST INDIA BLUE CALICOS 4!c41c4!c4!c BEST APRON GINGHAMS LADIES' JACKETS Half Trice. 2.70 op ward. Misses' Gretchens Hall4 Price. $2. 75 upward. 7-Yard Dress Patterns All Wool. ti.fKI upward. Comfortables 15 fonts upward. Down Quilts 93.08 upward White Blankets "s cents upward. Kid Glove Bargains at 45c , 69c. and $1. AT WALTER'S, 128 Wyoming: Ave. A New Sleeve. A new sleev. which is a decided im provement on the leg of mutton sleeve, is cut wid er at the top. so as to droop mora toward the el bow. It is gath ered all round at the top, the full ness being slight ly eased in just under the arm and equally dis tributed else where. As the exaggerated leg of mutton sleeves are goinjc out of style, this offers t most desirable substitute. Keeping Cu-pctt 4 lean. To elear.se carpets and prevent nothl, go ovi-r them once a week with a broom dipped in hot water to which turpe...

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

8 THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE THURSDAY MORNING. JANUARY 11, 1894. Stationery In great variety at prices to Suit the Times. c B. PRATT. THE NEWS OF rout DM sh utwi i GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT January Sale Woolen Dress Goods. In anticipation of our regular annual stock-taking we have re-marked all our Dress Goods stock so that immediate buyers may secure Uncommon Values in Rich Foreign Dress Goods. BEGINS TO LOOK LIKE WRIGHT. Th, Member of the Fifteenth Dotting Ready to Run Aanln. Sverial to the Scran (on Tribune. Honesdale, Pi., Jan. 10 It begins to look to many exjierinnced observers bare as if Congressman Myron B. Wright were getting his fences fixed ho as to make his calling and reelection sure. Some of those Republicans of Wayne county who think it is pntty nearly timo for Wayno to have a turn at the congreisional pie counter re cently endeavored to Beeure ex-Judge Seely's entrance into the field as an ac tive candidate. While ex-Judge Seely did not rebuff them, and expressed his cordial app...

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