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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 1 February 1894

THE SCH ANTON TH1BIJN K-THl KSO A V MORNING, tEBRl'ARY 1, 1894. uiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiidiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiik 9 fPipe Valves i Fittings i THE SCRANTON SUPPLY AND MACHINERY CO, SiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitmiiiiiiiiMiiiiiirc Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue Lackawanna 1 THE IRIP TO MIES THE Laundry 508 Fonn Ave, A. B. WARMAN. Grand Display Laces and Embroideries P. Thomas Addresses tbo Cambro-Apjeri-cao Cbonl Society on tbe Contest, AT MEARS & HAGEN'S, 415 Lacka. Avenue. Carpets, Wall Papers, Window Shades, Draperies, Mattings, Rugs, etc. WILLIAMS & McANULTY. 12 7 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. The select council will hold a regular meeting this evening. M..s Lizzie Jones, of 1'earl street, is se riously 111 with a relayse of the grip. Tbe young ladies of tbe telephone ex. change enjoyed a sleigh ride to Ulypbant last night. The advance sale of seats for "Friend Fritz" is very large, but there are still a Lumber of desirable seats unsold. Further testimony was takeu be...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 1 February 1894

6 THE SCIiANTON TRIBUNE THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 1. 1594. LIVE HEWS OF TWO P1TTST0NS Events of the Upper End of Luzerne County Briefly Narrated. ITS THIRTEENTH ANNIVERSARY Preparations That Are in Progress Among Pittston Churches to Com memorate the Organization of tho First Christian Endeavor Society. Entertaining Programme Arranged for Tomorrow Evening's Observ anceMinor News Notes of the Twin Cities. The SriiANTOS Trihvxk's Tittaton ile partment is In oluurge of J. M. Fahy, to Whom news items ami complaints may bo retVrrt'il.l Tomorrow evening will occur the thirteenth nniverMry of tii orani i ttion of the tirst (.'lirUtian Kudnavor society. In OOUinomoratton of the in teresting ev-nt all tb local unions in this place huva been for WMkl actively engaged In making arraogtmoDta for a nnton meeting anil social. It will be held in the first 1'rosbrtnrian church, Broad street, tod an entertaining pro gramme lias bfn nrriiiged for the oc casion. Dr. Partridge, of Boranton, had consen...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 1 February 1894

Tim SCR ANTON ' i HIBUNE THIRSDA V MORNING, FEBRUARY 1, 1894. CHAPTER VI. CONTINUED. "The blood had beenttresuiitug trom luv nOMi bttt I htd lukeu no DOtlOi ol it. 1 tiou't kuowvvlmt it wu-. that ut it Into iuy held to write upuO the wall with it. Ptirhhpe it was wmi' mls ohieToui Ides of Betting the polios upon a Wrong truck, for 1 t'elt lijrkt-ho-arti'il aud cheerful. 1 roiucuibcieil u tier- P uk COWsUUCD away wuu wuii CBIEI AM' MurSM "ok MBB0Y." mail being- found In New Vork with m4hn' written up stove him. mid it -vva grfued at tlio time iti the newspa pers that the secret Societies mutt have tlutie it. 1 guessed that what piuled the New Yorkers would puzzle the Londoners, so 1 dipped nay Bnge in juy own blood and printed it ou a con venient place on the wall. Then 1 walked down to my cab and foaud ! 'that there was nobody about, and that the night was still very wild. 1 had driven some distance, n Ueu 1 put my hand into the pocket in w liioh 1 usual lv kept Lucy s rinif and fou...

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

( THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE Till J I? S DAT MOIUTCtfGL FEBRUARY 1. 1894. GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT Hamburg and Swiss Embroideries. WE HAVE now open and on Bale tho newest and most desirable things in the ever-popular Embroideries. Our stock of lust season's gOOd8 had been reduced to a very low point previous to opening our new and beautiful collection tor the spring of 1S!4. The oods came direct from the makers on the other side to the wearers on this side, with only our own moderate profit as distributors. Cambridge Els'lS. 1 to 13 inches, from 1 to BO MBit Cambric Insertions, I to 2 iucaes.from 10 to 50 cents. A'l-over Embroidery (Cambric). "0 inches widt, from 50 corns to $1.51). Nainsook Embroldtrfof, 1 to 10 Inches, from 124 to 7" cent Nainsook Insertions, to '.' inches, from from 10 to 60 cents. Nainsook All ov.t.'.'O inches wide, from 80 cents to Jl Ii5 Nainsook Flounciogs, 43 inches wide, from 39 c.'uts to ijl "o. Full lin" of Colored Embroideries. Col ored Grounds with White Kmbroid ...

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

Four Billions Of national lass iB a steep price to pay for Demo cratic incompetence. If There Is Any truth in prophecy, the American people are get ting sick of their bargain. -1 J lit A . V , . J-J A'.nuiijrj ,)'Big P lb EVELAMD'8 IE n,Ti, u SCBATON, TA.. FIJI DAY SIOIINLNG, FEJiRUAKY 2, 1S!)4. TWO CENTS A COPY. 10 TE HAS Oil T THE COUNTRY MORE THAN THE OIL WAR WILSON TIIF INCOME W m PASSED The Measures Passed the House by a Vote of 204 to 140. Feeble Efforts of Sputa Crisp and Chair man Wilson Who Attempt to Answer His bgonttlts. THE PARTY LINES AliE DRAWN Representative Si'oley Voted in the Ne?A'ivo-Amos J. CumminRS, of New York, Also Among tho Bolters. Representatives Hine3, Mutchler, Beltihoover and McAleer Vote with Their Party Scenes at the Close of the Debate. Washington Fob. 1. BY a vote of 204 to t to the bouse to day passed Cue WiUOH tariff tad income tux bill, Representa tives Hines. Mutohler. Utitz- hoover and McAleer voted with their party in the affirmative; RepraseuU...

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

THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 2. 1894. ONE CENT A Word. Want of nil kind OOM thai mmh, IW tntl Situations Wantd,tvh(eh art taesrted FRE. Situations Wanted. . 1 1 m iM'ii iv vc . . i i-'l i - H Y A s h.Waj! man .-..,-v , i,nlur und iollt desires upostnon to learn to ten I barjor hotel - a . ..i .., .i.i.i,..,uj V Clem IU K UIli'9 l'..o.- Tribune ofllce. YoL'NU VJlTUATIUN WANTED AS LUNCH' !? counter man or bartender S years el peril-lice: good refoieuco. J. W. 8.. this OHMS), SITUATION WANTED -TO LEARN THE i? ba ber trade or work m a store. Address L U. STONE. Prl.hard. l-uzsrne county, Ps HEADER W1SHK SITC A'HON To READ two tonri lUTi evening to gentleniaii crladv. DAVIDsHlltRA. Iti Pulsion aw. Help Wanted r'c male. tOOK WANTED nue. AT Ol'INCY AVE Agents Wanted. U- ANTED A SALESMAN, WO TO o0 weekly can bo ma le with our foods 111 uv locality, will prove it 0 forfeit 1 100, Salary or commission as yo i prefer, TIM re suits of .1 lew hours' work often equals a week's w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 2 February 1894

THE SCHANTON" TEIBTJNE-TltTDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 2, 18i4. STELLE &SEELEY NEWS FROM WEST SIDE MR. J. L. STELLE will continue the bun'ness under the firm name of Stelle i. rfeeley. THK F.VEH POPULAR WEBER and SHAW PIANOS IN 8 BEAT VARIETY. ALSO PIANOS AND ORGANS EMERSON PIANOS Popular, reliable aud within yonr reach. HALLET & DAVIS PIANOS Heve taken over 100 Urst premiums hi 0 ibe past titty years. Otter makes Of Planon. Four maft- nt Oigaun in beautiful new dosigaa, So our atcik bi'tore buying. We hare tho good". Cur prices are light. Everyimug m the KUslc line. STELLE 4 SEELEY :S4 Wyomlna Ave.. Scranton, Pa. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE GENUINE POPill f. Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS B. Sc Co, tnp',lilP'1 on Each C'aar Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. IOIU1 joii. bUVAUKi DR. H. B. WARE SPI.tlAMST. EYE. EAR. NOSH AiNi) THROAT. tTO 11.10 A.M. LSOTo t.3J .' U. OFFICE HOURS : 35 WYOMING AVE. PERSONAL. Happening of a Day That Will Interest Hydo Park Rcita. CONCERT FOR BENEFIT OF P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 2 February 1894

4 THE SCTi ANTON TRIHUNE-FR DA Y MORNING. FEBRUARY 2, 1894. SCRANTON TRIBUNE F. E. WOOD, General Manager. Ptrlll.lVBKIl DAILY AMI WKfcJll.V IN Sl'BAN M.S. Pi., UY Hit llulil.M: l'UUl.lltlil.XU OoMPAxr. Ntw Voir orrioc. Tihboni BoitDinh Khaki B. Urav. Uanaoiii. lateral at the PvttoflUe nt SirnnUm. Pa., as Second Clati Mai! Hatter. THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. SCRANTON, FEBRUARY 8, 18W. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET KOR CONGRKS.SSIaN-ATI.ahcie. OALUSHA A. GROW, OK SUSQUEHANNA. ELECTION FEBRUARY 20. Halt the rush to ruin "The Democratic party received the gloriout trust of a nation' safe keep- ing and guidance from the American people, vigorous, progrt$$ivt, prosper ous, contented, hoptful, In ItU than tu-elre months those who "ere misled by the faleehoode, deluded by maaimi and theories. and xHmidated l"j glowing promises, jinti the country weaktned anditagnant, the people suffering and discontented, and onhj hopeful for a speedy end of llieir sorrows by the de feat of the Wilson loll and the disi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 2 February 1894

T1JE SCRANTOi TRIBUNE b hi DAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 2, 1894. 5 aiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmiiiiiiiiiiiiK fPipe I Valves Fittings I I THE SCRANTON SUPPLY AND MACHINERY CO. nllllllllllHIIIIIIUIIIMIIIIIIllDIIHIIK Norrman& Moore . FIRE INSURANCE 2Q Wyr Avenue Lackawanna THE Laundry I II DENVER BOOMER s S A History or Ibe BusiQ3ss Career of Humph rey Cbamberlin. HE RIVALLED MONTE CRISTO Ho Began Life as a Young Men's Christian Association Secretary, Speculated in Western Real Estate and Made a Fortune Scrantonians Become Acquainted With His Stand ing in a Forcible Way. 08 Penn Ave. A. B. WARMAN. Grand Display OK- 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. The poor board will bold a regular meet -lux thia afternoon. The Scranton P resi cl nb will hoUlan im portant meeting touiurrow eveniug. The tale of peats for halvini iu "The Three Ouardatneu" ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 2 February 1894

8 TITE SCRANTON TRIBUNE -FKTDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 2. 1594. LIVE NEWS OF TWO PITTSTONS The SrnAXTON Trihi'nk's Tittston de- partmuiit i in charge of J. il. Faby, to whom u.-.vrt items aud couiplalut may bo referred . 1 WEST PITTSTON REPUBLICANS. Burgess Dewy R noininatd and a Strong Borough Tlckt Namd. The Uepublicaus of WeBt Pittston held an etitbuiiuttic ami harmonious convention in tlm town lull laatuveu iuff and placed in nnrnnmtion a strong and populur ticket. Attorney J. N Anderson praaided and Churlau Shep lier.l acted as secretary. This was the ticket elected: Fur burgess, U.'orte 0 Dewey, renomina ttd; for couuciliuen, Joiepb Stack liouse nud (Jnarles llowitz, er. ; for school directors, Charles Bepp and S. M. Parke; for tax collector. Johu Soaretnan; for auditor, John II Iiiok etta; for blgh constable, John E.Bondj and for overseer of the p jr, Harvey E Moore. PITTSTON CONDENSATIONS. Events of 1 tr,t BrUflv Rslatod in ReadubU Nw.i Note. The Christian E'ide;vor Union so cial...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 2 February 1894

L THE SCTf ANTON" TRIBUNE- FRTDAT MOKX1NG, FEBRUARY" 2. 1894. I 'S BEST FRIENDS Our Series of tiie World's Choicest Books Eagerly Sought After. MUCH DELIGHT IS EXPRESSED Ttie Splendid Quality of the Bindings and the Remarkably Low Prices at Which the Various Volumes Are i Sold, in Connection with the Tribune j Coupons, to the Readers of This Paper, Cause Admiring Comment from Thousands of Book -lovers, Tii nmmlar intureit manifested in tne mftKiiifictit OWp book offer made by The TRIBUJJK contiuu with no I llgn of abatement. Several instalments of the various sprits have bjeu ordered and esliausteJ. but the demand still eoutiuue. Much appreciation is ex presd for tbo business enterpris which enables readers ot this paper to secure, a t pricos ordinarily paid for cheap paper-bound books, otandard works of the highest literary cinality bouud bouud In a manner cauimousu rate with their worth. The handsome sets of standard auth or, in superior Knglish vellnui cloth (undines, are greatly...

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

8 TIIE 8CII ANTON TIlTBTJNE FIUDAY MOTINTNG-. FEBRUATIY 2. 1894. GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT Hamburg and kiss Embroideries, WK ll A v K wow opon and on sale the newest and most desirable tilings in the ever popular Embroideries, Oar stock of last season's goods had been reduced to a very low point previous to openiug our new and beautiful collection for the spring of 1884. The goods come direct frost tte makers on the other side to the wearers on this side, with only our on q moderate profit us tlis tributors. c.iut'riJi; Ragtags, it.' II loeheii from t to SO Mats Cambric assrUoas, I to 8 tuoh,fr,m tQ to BO cents. A!'.-ovr Embroidery (Cambric), 80 lueuea wi.le, from SO cui to 1. SO, Kiiasook Bmbrot4orit, l to 10 laches, from IH to 19 ctata N taoook lastrtioae, to 8 loco .from from tQ to SO crate X ;':'. ' A", v iac'.'W wile-, front so cent to $i : Nitnsook Floaacinta, 43 laeheswide, tri.ui 90 erati t. $1 SO Fu'l Iin- of Colored Embroideries, Cbl o.-ed Ground wi:h White Embroid HJ and White...

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

Four Billions Of national loss is a steep price to pay for Demo cratic incompetence. cranton DEMOCRACY In complete control is not n good business investment. EIGHT PAGES 5( (1 SCIl ANTON. PA.. SATURDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 8, 181)4. TWO CENTS A COPY. b VELAHD'8 8EC0DD TEH HAS G08T TPE COUNTRY HIE THAN TH WILSON T If PUSHING Mb Ufssagtd Over to the Senate and Laid Before Tbat Body. IS NOW BEFORE THE COMMITTEE McPherson Will Vote with the Repub licans in Favor of Hearings -The Fight Over the Income Tax Prom ises to Be Warm The Bill Will Probably Remain in the Hands of the Committee a Month. Washington', Feb. 9, I WAS exactly 4 13 o'clock this f -teruoon wheu tuo Wilson tarilt bill was messaged ov-r to tin seu atw and laid before that boJy. L'pon motion of the ebairmaa of lee committee it mi refrr.l to th- ti nimce e uuuuttee. "letter hive hh order mad for the Minting of the bill as a document." sai l Mr Allison, "for, my word for it, there will he great demand fur t at docnuieut." "So be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 3 February 1894

2 THE SCRANTOX TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 3, 1S94. ONE CENT A Word- Vanitaf ail Madi -w thai mtek,x fpl Biln4tioi 1Vantd,yhitk an sBtvrtad Situations Wanted. WAN rED-BV Sol' Nil i t I Tl ' A 'I 1 1 1 M VlNTRn-Hl A iN ttiBPriiiH tiihii nrr Holm lar And genteel. deatrei ii posinuii u Kara i' trad bur;or bote! oitrk ui it Hm wesi nlec MdNtt n . '1 i muni uttlCo i WA'TEII AS 1.1'NCH mu a bartender 5 years ex P-rienco; good reference. J. W. S,. tats office OITOATION WANTED TH LEAK I ME O ba-ber trade or work inaeaor ClTl'ATION i.' counter t H STONE. Prlciiai J. t.Uf A .1.1 1 CSS 'i at comity, Pa. READER WISHES SlTl ATION TO HEAD two hours even eveum.; to gentleman or ladv. DAVID sHtRR A Ji-'H PlttStOO eve. Wanted. U-ANTED A SMALL STuliL UK ONE bait (tor, central location, s H TWIN 1 0, Jciikintown. Pa. Help Wanted- Females. S S- . V N. V'W tj NVVVN, . V"V .-. -- s S. V - V UOK WAN TED AT 83) QU1H0Y AVE v mu'. Agents Wanted. INTED TWO Vol NO MEN OF UOOO I Stead) employment for goo...

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

THE SCE ANTON TRIBUNE SATUKD AY MORNING. FEBRUARY 3. 1894. STELLE &SEELEY MR. J. L. STELLE will continue the business under th firm name of Btelle & Seoley. THE EVER POPULAR WEBER and SHAW PIANOS IN GREAT VARIETY. ALSO PIANOS AND ORGANS EMERSON PIANOS Popular, reliable aud within 'yonrreaoh. HALLET & DAVIS PIANOS Bare taken over 100 first premiums in Ike past fifty year. OUier makes of Pianoo. Four make rf Organ In beautiful new designs. 8e oar stoik betore buj ius. We have the good, tnr prices are right, I. very thing m the H.umc Uue. STELLE & SEELEY 194 Wyoming Ave.. Scranton, Pa. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE GENUINE POPULftft Punch Cigars NEWS FROM CHURCHES The Leading Events of the Week in Scran- ton's Religious Circles. WHAT THE CITY PASTORS ARE DOING Rev. J. G. Evans, of the Welsh Bap tist Church of Olyphant to Be In stalled Next Tuesday Rev. D. P. Jones Asked to Reconsider His Res ignationCedar Avenue Church King's Daughters to Celebrate First Anniversary. pre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 3 February 1894

THK SCttANTON TlUJiUNE-S ATI U DAY MORNING. FEBRUARY H, 1894. SCRANTON TRIBUNE F. E. WOOD, General Manager. I I hi l-lll li DAILY AM) WBShl-V IN SCHAN- kn. Pa., Tuf TMiWm l'tuuemy Lull I'A .N Y. nkw Yobi ornos: tribune BoiLDtadi FRANK 8. tin ay. Masai, Lit. filtered at the fMqffeg iif StnMlMi Pa., M ;r. ..( Clau Ma- Matter. THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. SCRANTON, FEBRUARY 8, 1S94. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET lOR CO.S'OKESSMAN-AT l.AHUE, QALUBHA A. GIIOYV. OV BUBQOBHANNA. ELECTION FEBRUARY 00. ITS REAL VALUL. Di-wussion of any OCMf l useless o ore packed juries except n o tar o if apptals o a u'icir trtlwiai. fAomaf A. JtMcfr eloquent mi" WOlMltrle S1,echa speech that ret ails the but traditions of American oratonj: a yj.eerh fitted to rank, in no minor rela tion, uiththe choicest iWiwmni'rt of Clay or Webster or Jlainc teas M asted on the suborned jurors of the I. J. I Iai.i, in. , ...I Ulii It irilN'llo? iruiuucftn. i',,uiMiii . ... 1 WailMOH tfa intelli'jero e of his loit . . . . 1 1 lJd at r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 3 February 1894

THE SCKANTON TK1BUN E-SATl KDAY MORNING. FEURUAKY 8, 1894. 5 aiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 1 Pipe f I Valves I Fittings I I THE SCRANTON SUPPLY AND MACHINERY CO, a rHIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Norrman& Moore FIRE IIyRANCB 120 Wyoimng Avenue Lackawanna STORWY WAR OF WORD Poor Direclor Gibbons and Attorney Scragg Enbauge Compliments. THE 10B Pnn Ave. Laundry A. 8. WARM AN. ( irand Display OK - 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. i baric :Sauiuelsou died it the i.acka unona hospital yesterday. Kugeue ij liourke in "The Wicklow Postman" will be at tiie Acadomy of Music this evening. Wood's college it ies not suiter frjtn the Lard times Nearly 000 students attend b .th sessions. i It Delaware, Lackawanna and West ern company will pay Sloan and liampton mine employes today. Mayor Conned yesterday signed a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 3 February 1894

6 THE SCRANTON T1UJJUNE -SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 3. 1894. LIVE NEWS OF TWO P1TTST0NS CARBONDALE TOPICS. The Sciianton Tribune's Pittston de partment i8 iu charge of J. M. Fahy, to whom news items and complaints may be referred. Sleighinff rjurties are numerous and onr hotel meii are kept busy while the (port last. The diiiRratu for William Barry opens this mot nine. In the windows of J. B Kirby and O. Ii & C. O. aims store lare frames eontilotng nreity photographs of Wil limn Birrynnd compauy, who number twenty-six people. Thomas Ethtu presented "Dr. Jeokyl and Mr. Hyde" to an audiauo at Mu-i'.' hall last erenins which packed the bnildlnn from pit to dome. The show gave excellent entisfnotiou and was literally applauded Tonight the attraction will be "The Black Flat?." The members of the Avooa and Pitts too Curling clubs are in high glee oTal their proposed trip to New York Mon day evening next They will go in a special car ovur the Delaware, Laolta wanna and Western railroad...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 3 February 1894

THE SCRAXTON" TRfBUXE SATURDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 3. 1894. ANNUAL STATEMENT ok tub Commissioners of Lackawanna County, Wuwins receipts, disbursements, lidltlmi of llic llminces ami aecouuta of Mat. lid I Ouuly tux collators fur 1U11 Usuil ynw eudlus Oa - SUt. !-! RECEIPTS. AiUKiiiit of ret'elnts lor I lie jra. in p, i i-ttttciiictit of I ounty TrcAsurei . i W Powell, mid eliiiii;'UtU' 10 Geu erel County uud Hn.lifr fund. SlM.:,m.". Stl DI8BUB8KMKNT8, Amount t dltbareereeati from Qtn nil County and Bruit.' iUOdl n tdlOWO t)' the follovvlll)! stuteill.'llt i thponunlMtonri iit;.-h -i Ksvclpts in excess ol expenses 5 V IM UO APMBDUUCM ih l'utd AJOOOOOrt kr turtktnt Stiile and Oonnty umumdih. icrks making COpjaf, piw lint and mill. In, lux duplicates and UiiicripUl morl glgta and Hulijliielit. , S ..lot -' W' KKTISINi. fid fur adTertlslno rtdwupUuu "i County Hon J", alt' of staled and unseated lunds, and ; an until tlatctnent Of County I'oininU ulouets 5 -.ISivt 17 BK10QK8 1'uld OWegU Pn...

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

8 THE SCRAN TON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 3. 1894. GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT Hamburg and kiss Embroideries. WE HAVE now open aful on sale the newest ami most desirable things in the ever-popular Embroideries. Our stoek of last season's goods luul been reduced to a very low point previous to opening our new ami beautiful collection tor the spring of 1894. The goods eaiue direct from the makers 00 the other side to the wearers on this side,, with only our own moderate profit as distributors. CamVriite BigingS, 1 to 13 iuebes. from 1 to BQ cents, C:;iubrio Insertions, to 3 In oh si. from 10 to oO cent. All-over KiubroLVrv iCaiubri.o, M inches widti From 50 oaats to L JO, N linsook Embroideries, 1 to 10 inches, from . to OSatS N ilasook insertions, r to 3 Inehsatrom from 10 to 50 cnuts. Niasook All oTr,90 iuohes wide, from 80 cents to $1 S3 NainS'Xil; Flounejnct, i inches wide, frcm M ceuti to $1 SO Full lio of Colored Embroideries. Col ored Groan'. with White Embroid ery acd Whit L...

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