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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 30 January 1894

The Income Tax Will not hurt the mer chant who neglects to ad-vt'rtiso. crattfon (tribune. The Wilson Bill Will not create adefioiency in tho pockets of TRIB UNE advertisers. EKJHT PAGrES--5 COUSINS. SCRANTON. PA.. TUESDAY MORNING. .IANTJA 11 Y 80, 1S!4. TWO CENTS A C OPY. WITHERS, TO 'SEE MB GILDRE TELLER FAVORS T NEW ERRITDRY He Would Adopt the Sandwich Islands, Canada and Gobi THE INCOME TAX HAS THE FLOOR Advanced Ground Taken In Favor of the Annexation of the Hawaiian Islands Mr. Chandler Criticises President Cleveland--A Spirited De bate Ensues Between Mr. Ray, Re publican, of New York, and Mr. Hall, the Leader of the Income Tax Movement Representative Stone Explodes a Bomb. fa th uete Mr. Teller advocated th. an nexation of Hawaii, Canada and Caba. fa tho honac, tho debate oeuoenied tho Incoma tux. Mr. Stone, of Pennsylvania, showed lint KusbIhu p'lroli'Uiu, under tu Wilson bill, could be laid down la thii country moro cheaply than home iotrolcuni. Washington, Ja '-'J. THE att...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 30 January 1894

THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING. JANUARY .10. 1894. ONE CENT A Word. Hunno nil kind cost that much, r. ct)it Situation WaKttd,whieh are inserted PRES. Situations Wanted. SITUATION WANTED as LISi'H i? counter man m tawtender I rjers parteBCe. good reference .1. w. 8., this offtoe. OlTL'A'FlON WANTED- Tl' l.KAhN Till'. t3 La bfr trade or work In a a tore. Address I. H STONE. PrL'hard. Lawns coUBty. Pa. HEADER WISHES SITL'ATIi.'N To READ two hours evcrv tvenina t ) :.u. u. i. or lady. DAVIDBHIRRA, '.'UU Pittatuu are. SITUATION WANT KB - BY OlNG miLTi with two veara . Jluji 1 ljl- ill lovvelv uixt watcb ! p in in tore; would liko to Mara mora of the business. Wsges bo object; best of relelebces. Address H.. bos Mont lost', Pa, A' oooo neat skwih wiiaii a fan customers by tho dev. Address Urw maker, gaaeral delivery, city. Agents Wanted. UrANTF.l THREE OOOO MEN TO CAN vas tor an areola that will nil at tight; can make US or i.n par week. Call at room U. Arcane Building, second Boo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 30 January 1894

TIIE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 30. 184. C WEBER SHAW DJ GREAT VARIETT. rsTo Fake Sale in Ours We hnve hettor Imrtjalns pvirv ("or In Up year than no-cnllml "bargain day "clsariiiR tsliw,'' and such well-known, worn-out, jilnyeil-out schemes will afford, lor real Imrgiuu:) m I'lli&'l'-CLAbb NEW PIANOS AM) ORGANS SEE US. EMEKSON PIANOS Popular, reliable ami witbiu your re.icu. HALLET & DAVIS PIANOS ,llYtak.n owr 101 fint premiums In lit putt fifty your. 4fe t makes of Piano. Four msk.w of Organ! in benuttf ut uew Assigns, Bi onr tuck baton buying, Wa ! Itaa nood. iui pnoM tui right. KwjtuUm iu ui luusic iui STELLE & SEELEY 1S4 Wyoming Ave., Scranton, Pa. IVM . fcEWARB OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE 6ENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G.. B. & Co , ImnHntml on En'n CUpr Carney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. ot K i Ion k! ..-i At DR. H. E3. WARE SPEC! VI 1ST. EYE. EAR, SOSK AND THROAT. fiimm annua itou.ba.il v i a iVU UV WWW I 135 WYOMING AVE. PERSONAL. n. M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 30 January 1894

THE SCR ANTON T KntUNTC TITESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 30. 1894. SCRANTON TRIBUNE F. E. WQOD, General Manager. Pl'III.IMIE" 1 A I I.Y AMI WHKKI.Y IN BOBAM- ion. Pa., by Tun Xuiauai Pususawa I'UMl'AMY. Nkvy Yohk Omo: Tiubunh Buildino, 1 KAM S. tin AY. MANAOKIL Liteiti at thr WiijHt uf Sorauton, Pa., o SUxmd-Ohui Mail Hotter. THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. BOBANTON, JANUARY JO. low. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET lUK COM1I1ESSMAN AT I.AKUK. QALUSHA A. O ROW, OF SUtHjU EH ANNA ELECTION FEBRUARY 20. TRY DIVERSITY. Don't run the sairtm ailitietisement in the MMMtfyfa tttry week- ilay in the ytar. Yo(AH0 MUi interest u quiekly us iloen monotony 9 repetition. IOU COIMOl pltfiiw u(( tatt it" Ml time, but (y car(d aort, ty(mo(ieaHv frrfyMmwi, iou can hif nit tastes wl 0 fie U'lll. It has beu a long tim nine the couutry heard uf BoS Smith; but it .: ;;. uoverthole, to control its grief. - Keohuanizatios 01 the Democratic putty will nerer be wholly nuccwsful uutil it takes the form of outright death aud burial. It...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 30 January 1894

THE SCll AN TON TIU RUNE-TIES DAY MORNING-, JAM'AKY 1 S94. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiu; B 5 nnn nnn r nnunn nnnnin mini nn nnon unnniun m tup nm tiwu nnnnnn simnnu mumm unmnn nmi Bti ma h . m . u ri m 11 a n m w m mm m n mm lava u unr. .n iiw mi. in run n .ri.iin i n u . r ur nrtt . m nr i nr r pt .n t ran i ah k nnu unu ii iiiwjii i hi vii uuuuiiu niinu ui unuu iiuiiiunu m uiu uni iiiui UllwIO u UIUiHIIll nilliiinll Hinuilull Unllll I!; I Pipe I Valves I I Fittings f I THE SCRANTON SUPPLY AND MACHINERY CO, 5 SlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllilllllMltlllllR Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue Lackawanna "THE J08 Fenn Ave. Laundry ( irand Display OF- Laces and Embroideries AT HEARS & HAGEN'S, 415 Lacka. Avenue. Carpets, Wall Papers, Window Shades, Draperies, Mattings, Rugs, etc. WILLIAMS & McANULTY. 127 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. A. B. WARM AJ. "The Kscape from Libby " will be pre feuted lit the Academy of -Music tbia even, log for the benefit of th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 30 January 1894

6 THE SCBANTON TRIBUNE -TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 30. 1894. AVOCA IN IN MINIATURE. Happenings of a Borough That la Clio. a Full of Vim. Special to the Scranton Tribune. AVoc, Pa., Jan. 29 L. J. Bsxtar Spent today in Wilkes-Barre. Miasm Lydla Connor. Kate Cum mingg, Kats Dnnn, Nellie Curran, Bess Webber and Mame O'Brien viaitad Mrs. Rowan at Plains, Pa. A large number of Avoca citizen attended the Marry township Demo caratic caucas at Dnryea on Saturday evening. Geurge J. Dixon haB returned from St. Mary's seminary, Baltimore, Md , to spend a two weeks' vacation at hia home here. Joe Aslilebrand. of Plttston, called On friends here yesterday. J. J. Haelou wus in Parsons, Sun day. John Mitchell is convalescing from bis recent illness. Mrs. Martin Outlay is seriously ill. Mr A. Best, of Minooka, was a caller liare on Sunday. lira. John McQueen, ot tbe Wast Side, is dangerously ill. A vary large number of people at tended tlie dedication of the Primitive Methodist church.. Suuday afterno...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 30 January 1894

I X 1 THE SCR ANTON TItIB CNE T V ESD A Y MORNING, JANUARY 30, 1894. f BI Ai COIVAW DOYI.U, CHAPTER V. ,HE ATSMtSO ANGELA All Dtght their course lay through in tricate defiles and over Irregular and .rock-strew u paths. More than unco tlit'V lost their way, but Hope's iut- s y mi V TUEIR OOCBU LAY THBOUOU IXTKIOaTE DEFILES. mate knowledge of the mountain en ableU them to regain the truck once more. When morning broke, a scene of marvelous though savage beauty lay before them. In erery direction the great snow-capped peaks hemmed them in, peeping over each other's shoulders to the far horizon. to steep were the rocky banks on either side of them that the larch and the pine seemed to be suspended over their heads, and to need only a gust of w ind to come hurtling dow n upon them. Nor was the fear entirely an iilusiou, for the barren valley was thickly strewn with trees and bowlders which had fallen in a similar manner. Even as they passed, a great rock came thun dering down with a hoa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 30 January 1894

0 THE SCBANl'OJN TRIBUNE TU E S D AT MORNING. JANUARY 30, 1894. Stationery In great variety at prices to Suit the Times C B. PRATT. GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT Hamburg and Swiss Embroideries. WK HAVE now open and on Bale the newest and most desirable things in the wit popular Embroideries, Our stock of last season's goods had been reduced to a Very low point previous to opening our new jnd beautiful collection for the spring of 1894. The goods came direct from the makers on the other side to the wearers on this side, with only our own moderate profit as distributors. Cambridge Edgings, 1 to 13 iuches, from 1 to oO cnts. Cambric Insertions, to 3 inchw. from 10 to "0 cents. All-over Embroidery (Cambric), 20 inches wide, from 30 cents to $1. 0, Nainsook Embroideries, 1 to It) iuches, from r? to 73 cents, Nainsook Insertion?, i to 2 inches, from from 10 to j0 cents. Nainsook All ovtr,20 inches wide, from 50 cents to $1 35, Nainsook Flouncing, -to inches wide, from 20 cents to $1 30. Full line ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 31 January 1894

DON'T. Let that boy ofyour'g loiter about where be gains no benefit. f t - St rant mt Cfilfilir IHlmtte. PUT IN. His band an entertain ing and instructive TRIB UNE book and make some thing out of him. eight pages--. coi.i mn's. S'lfANTOX. PA.. WEDNESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 81, 1894. TWO CENTS A COPY. n THERE'8 TOT CYl DU OFF 1ME TTEi TU M T BELLIGERENT BULK Admiral Benham's Guns Bring Then to Their Senses. ADMIRAL DE GAMA COOLS DOWN The Brazilian Naval Commander Per sisted in Reckloss Firing That En dangered American Merchant Ves sels in Spite of Admiral Benham's Protest A Few Shots from the American Man-of-War Settles the Question. Adinira' Bouhiun resents an insult to the American Urn: by Bring shots across th beW of Admiral l'o Unman flagship. Tin OOVHM of the American admiral Is warmly Indorsed Inofficial circles at Wssnlogton, who thiuk Admiral Benham bad Unpll ground for fore lag De Game to recognise tlio .dignity of the United Stales. Washington, I). C, Jan. 30. IHKN the navy de...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 31 January 1894

I THE SCRANTa TRIBUNE-WElYSDAY MOBBING. JANIZARY 31. 1894. ONE CENT A Word. ll'unfso nil kind ''"at Dial rnm-h, f.r- ttpt Situations Vantfd,Mhieh art inttrUd i REE Situations Wanted. WANTED AS LL'SCH years a this offict. i.' ITl'ATlON 0 counter inau or bartsodsi perleuce; good reference. 3, iT-ATioNr. anted-tc leakn the 1? ba ber trude or work m 1 1 tore Address t H STONE. Prtcbard. L-SSrns county. Ha. READER WliHM SITUATION TO READ two houis cvurv evening to Kehtleiinui or lady. DAVID BHIRBA, UN PltlStOQ ays, SITUATION WANTED- BY VOUW O i.. . I. With tWO years experience in jeWely and watch lepalriug StOra; would liko to Kara mora of tn baslnass; wsgas no object. best of references. Address U UOMjUt OBt row. Pa. A QOOD SKAT SEVVKR WUHKS A few customers Of the dtV Address DMIM maker, general delivery, city Agents Wanted. UA.NTED-.V SALESMAN, $30 10 'U weekly caiiba made with our good 111 any locality. will prove it ol forfeit 1100. Salary or commission as roll prefer. The re sulfa o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 31 January 1894

THE SCHANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 31. 1894. SwRPIA!S IN ORB AT VARIETY. No Fake Sale in Our9 Up riave better burtrotn r-verv totf I" the your thtin 60-c;illed "bargain day, " "clearing ralet," sml Mich well-known. orn.ont, jiluyed-out scheme will afford, ivi real bargaius m FlKbT-l.'LA&d KKW PIANOS AND ORGANS 3EE US. EMERSON PIANOS Popular, reliable aud within iyour reach. HALLET & DAVIS PIANOS Have taken over 100 first premiums In Iht) past llfty years. (H'jex make of Piano. Four makes of Organ in beautiful uew desiKiis. See onr Mock before buying. We have the goods. Cur prices urn right. Eveiyiumg w in IbUuio line. , STELLE & SEELEY IS4 Wyoming Ave., Scranton, Pi MkU OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE GENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS E3. Se Co., Imprinted nn Enrh Cigar. NEWS FROM WEST IE Happenings or a Day That Will Interest Hyde Park'Reate BOOMING THE PROPOSED BRIDGES Enthusiastic Meeting Held in the Board of Trade Rooms Mr. and Mrs. Swallow Entertain ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 31 January 1894

THE SCRAXTON TRIKUNE-WEIKS tSDAY MORNING. JANUARY 81, 1894. SCRANTON TRIBUNE F. E. WOOD, General Manager- PL'1I.I8H(I DAIMT AMI WIUt.Y IN HCHAH- ton. PA., ur Thk XMiailira I'tuuuiiisu COMrA.1T. Nkw Vuhk Orrioe: Tiiibuni Buildino, ) ham 8. Uhat. Manaukk. Kutertd at the FostojUe at ttT.iitfim, Pa., at Second-Ctast Hail Matter. THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. SCRANTON, JANUAKV 31, REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET FOK CUNHKESSMAN-AT LAKLiE, GALU8HA A. GROW, OK iiL'SyUEliAJJNA. ELECTION FEBRUARY 30. PAUSE TO THINK. The millions upon million of money unnually spent by leading American merchants far adi;Mij twk'f thrown auay. Then don't tlo business on tlmt kind of a basis. Niithir would they enlarge their advertising contracts at they ore doing each year, itlltply '"' their health or for the benefit of man kind. They do it because it means sales, business, profits: because ecery successful business man il -generous to "-number one." The Hawaiian specter will sit at a good many Democratic feasts. The QlTUtH ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 31 January 1894

THE SCKA iNTON TRIBUNE- W EDNESD AY MORNING. JANUARY 81, 1894. 1 6 IlllllliailllllllllllllllllllllllUIIIIIIII; I Pipe I Valves i I Fittings I I THE SCRANTON SUPPLY AND MACHINERY CO. saiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiniiimimfi Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue Lackawanna AMATEURS ACT WELL The Escape from Libby Given & First-Class Presentation, A LARGE AUDIENCE DELIGHTED The Fund of the Board of Associated Charities Very Considerably En larged by the Receipts of a Crowded House at the Academy A Good Play Presented in Almost Faultless Manner by Clever Scrantonlans. THE J08 Perm Ave. Laundry A. B. WARM AN. ( rrand Display Of Laces and Embroideries AT HEARS & HAGEN'S 415 Lacka. Avenue. Carpets Wall Papers, Window Shades, Draperies, Mattings, Rugs, etc. WILLIAMS & McANULTY. 1327 Wyoming Ave, CITY NOTES. Work on the vault iu the statiou house, recommended by Mr. Weetphabl, will be begun at once. There will be a special meeting of com uiou cunncil tomorrow evening ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 31 January 1894

6 THE SCTIANTON TEIBUJTE - WEDNESDAY MOKXTN-Gr. JAXTJATIT 31, T894. i Only a Step from Weak Lungs to Con sumption, from Depleted Blood to Anaemia, from Dis eased Blood to Scrofula, from Loss of Flesh to Illness. Scott's Emulsion the Cream of Cod-liver Oil, prevents this step from being taken and restores Health. Physicians, the world over, en dorse it. Don't be deceived by Substitutes ! t'lreimrtid by Scott i limine, N. Y. All Druggist. LIVE NEWS OF IT Events of the Upp3r End of Luzerne County Briefly Narrated. BUNCOED BY GREEN GOODS MEN Two Pittstonians Get Neatly Taken in by an Offer of Fine Greenbacks at Half Price Which Metamorphose Into a Vulvar, Common Brick An Amateyr Theatrical Venture Which Came to Grief Minor Happenings in Lively Pittston. The Scuantos Tuibtxe's Pittston de partment is in charge of J. M. FiiUy, to whom news items aud couiplaiuts may be referred. J That all the fool are not yet dad is well Illustrated by a case recently tried before one of our local justice...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 31 January 1894

THE SCRAtfTON TRTBTJNE TTE DXESD A Y MORNING, JANTJARY 31. 1894. 7 dovuh. BT A. COIVAW CHArTEK VI. A COSTTIfTATION OT THK MMORaOIXOM OP f ' Jons II W T80N, M 1. Our prisotier's (urioill resistance did Jiot apparently Indicate uny ftroolty la his Jispositiun toward outmItm, for ou timlino- himself powerless he smiled in uu affable manner, uud expreaaacl his Wpes that lie hud not hurt uliy tti us iu the seuffie. "I ffuaaa youVa go- inif to take me to the police statiuu." he remarked to Sherlock Holmes. "M) cab's at the door. If you'll loose my legs I'll walk down to It I'm not so light to lift as 1 used to be." Gragaon and Lea trade exchanged plauees as if thov thought thlt propO hitiou rather u bold one; but Holmes at ODOe took the prisoner at his w orth uud loosened the towel which he hud bound rouud his unities. He POM and btretched his leg, us though to assure himself that tlu v were five once more. I remember that l thought to myself, tts 1 eyed hixti, that 1 had seldom wen ! a m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 31 January 1894

8 THE SCltAlSTTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MOItNTtTG. JANUARY 31. 1894. GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT Hamburg and Swiss Embroideries. TI7K HA V K now open and on sale II tlu newest anil most desirable tilings in the ever-popular Embroideries, Our stock of last season's goods had been reduced to a very low point previous to opening oar new and beautiful collection for the spring of L8W. The goods came direct from the makers on the other side to the wearers on this side, With only our own moderate profit as distributors. Cambridge Elgingl, 1 to 13 niches, from 1 to 50 cnts. Cambric Insertions, to '- inches, from 10 to j0 cents. All-over Embroidery (Cambric), 20 inches wide, from 00 csnu to $1.50, Nainsook Embroideries, 1 to 10 Inches, from 12 to 73 cents, Nainsook Insertions, to 2 incbei.froin from 10 to 00 cents. Nainsook All ov-v,20 inches wide, from 50 cents to $1 33, Nainsook Flouncing, 45 inches wide, from 18 cents to $1 50. Full line of Colored Embroideries, Col ored Grounds with White Embroid ...

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

It is well to hold -y0 gL to the lionie market until we can get a bet- ter one. tratittnx ribuwe $$ j oq $ 0 s 0 $ $ $ I Wilson's bill will be discounted if yon cast. t 4 your vote for Galusha 9 A. Grow. EIGHT PAGES-56 COLUMNS. SCHANTOX. r.. THURSDAY MOKMXG, FEBRUARY 1, 1804. TWO CENTS A COPY. F III 11 n ME Tin nnii urn pu DISCUSSING THE BOND ISSUE The Attention of the Senate Occupied Yes terday with the Question. A BOLD POPULIST HEARD FROM Mr. Allen Argued That the Power to Issue Bonds Under the Resumption Act Was Not a Continuous One. Mr. Gorman Defends Generally the Democratic Position The Debate Attracts Much Attention. Washington, Jm 31. Till', resolution offered gome days sinee by Mr. Stewart, Nevada, denying the lepil authority uf the secretary of the treneurjr to issue bond: ccupied the Attention of the senate the whole of today's j-s-siou. thepr ,'ipal speeches being made bv Mr. Allen (Pop., Neb.). Mr. Hoar (Mass.). Mr. Gorman (Md.) and the I'liairuinn of the limine committ...

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

I THE SCRANTON TRTBUNE THURSDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 1. 1894. ONE CENT A Word M'i(j 0 all ktndl cos' that much, tx re,f Sitt'Ulions 'niitfil,whih me im'ittit FUSS. Situations Wanted. SitCj vTrJ5wvNTl;U)'KvvwA YOl' N u 0 married man; vary popular and geutoet. desires a postnou tu learn to tend l.ar;or hotel clerk in a flrHt claa. PlBCS. Address . Triuune office. (J 1TUAT10X i WANTED AS LUNCH- counter man of Oortsnaer cu.s ex perience: good reference. J- W. s I bis olncc. oinVT WAXTEP - TO LEARN THE i ha tier trade or Work mas: re Address L H stone. Pilchard, btnerno oonaty, Fa, L)EAlil R WISHES SlTfATIOX TO RE vl. t two boms even oventntto gentlsniau oi lady DAVIDsHfRRA. it Pitt ton ave. oiTU.Vi'loN WASTED - BY SOUNO O uiitn with two yaaw sxperlinee In jcwely uu watch repairing store: would like to learn mora of ta bualno; rflo object; tail of references. Address 11.. bo $8. Moot rose. Ha, A 0000 NKAT SEWRK WISHES A iV few customers by thouuv. Address Dr maker, general delivery, city. i...

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

TIIE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY MORNiinO. FEBRUARY 1. 1894. 3 WEBER j. . SWAW I 111 U IN QRBAT VARIETY. No Fake Sale in Ours " We Mvp hotter bargains every flav 'n tie year than so-called "barpaln days, "clearing fales," iinil neh well-known, worn-out, played-out schemes will afforiL i'uT reul bargains WB8T-CLAB8 iKW PIANOS AND ORGANS SE US. EMERSON PIANOS Popular, reliable aud within your reach. HALLET & DAVIS PIANOS Have taken over 100 ort premiums In Ut pant titty year. Ca'jer make nf Piano. Four mtt. of Organ in beautiful new designs. See onr stuck before buying. We bare tlie good. Our prices are fc"lS. tveryiniujj iu the luusiu uu, STELLE t SEELEY IS4 Wyoming Ave., Scranton, Pa. EEWARfi OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE GENUINE POPUl AR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G. B. Sc Co., Imprinted en Eaoh QlflW ivw Carney, Brown & Co. Mfr'a. nl i.i mil -i. kttUAUK, DR. H. B. WARE SPECIALIST. EYE, EAR, OsE AND THROAT. Happenings or a Day That Will Interest Hyde Park Keaderi CHICKEN THIEVE...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 1 February 1894

rHTC SCRAXTON TKTRTJNE THT.T RSDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 1. 18H. SCKANTON TRIBUNE F. E. WOOD, General Manager. M 1I 1MU I' DAILY AND "Ltlvi v IN BclUS' 1U.N. PA., UY lift 'iimiVSK FtULUHIMJ Com pa nt. New Yohk OrriOE: Tiudd-m BiitLuno, Fkank 6. uhay. Manaoeil Eutertd at the Pottofflcc at BcrtmtO, Pa , Sccvrtd Clan Mail Hotter. 1HE SCRANTON TRIBUNE SCKANTON, FEBKUARY I, 18M. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET FO K CO N Q K E S S M A N - AT L A R Q K, QALUSHA A. tiROW, OF BTJBQOIHANNA. ELECTION FEBRUARY 20. BUT DON'T TRIFLE. I IVi'H be found a wrong polky, in the long run, to deceit e the public by flaring announcement! of prtw reduc tion that liace no tJtUttnc in fact. Ihe mtrehant a ho funis iople wilt toon June u omutUnmcy of fool, one itroiiu clement of uu adrtrtiumtnt' tuMWM (i ihe churaettruj tht nmmi who stands iuW.- of it. The flnett oj tUh wouldn't kttp a piij cUan. Tht neatest and lie eerext of biwblMI annuume MMIttl couldn't p, ' niuncntly float an mUrpriu not integrally honut. Fob a mono...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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