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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 16 February 1894

npiIK PATHWAI of all re forms Is littered with the dust, of those who feared "it would cost too much." araittmt imk ritmne, T) I T Til IS dust is the -lust 1 Of ileal h, anil not the "dusi" that progress ptdver Uses. BooiA the bridges. EIGHT PjGjjTS-5 COLUMNS. HCBANTON. PA., FIJI 1) A V MOUSING. FEBBUABY 16, 1894. 'HVO CENTS A COPY. MAKE A MOT UN AMENDMENT BK MR. PEFFER He Would Allow th) Women to Vote in OMtbooti THE HELP OF LAD1FS NEEDED He Thinks the Time H.is Cotno When the Services of Women Are .is Nec essary In Public Art'.iiri as In Pri vateMr. Bland's Arrangements for the Extended Conversation To morrowA Dull Day In the House. Washington, Feb. 15. n FTER auif routine tHi-iues In A the MOtt, t M M the u:i tin iilied business tU taken ui. b lTu iiig bonee bill r quiring r illroadi in territories to maiot no t tt ion-" ind depot at tl town it established bjr the interior .let irtnifut. h olow of the debate on tti bill, Mr BUek' burn, Kentucky, uurxd to lay it on the table. The ...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 16 February 1894

1 THE SCRANTOX TRIBUNE-FRIDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 10. 1894. ONE CENT A Word. Wtintiof all kind$ ost that hiiici, he rrpt SUwttitm Yanlti,v)hiek on t$trt4 FREE, Situations Wanted. GENERAL NEWS OF INDUSTRIES Eckley B. Com Withdraws His Celebrated Suit Against the Lulilgh Valley. wanted sckcbbino. norsi. ci.KAN VI lint, or anv household work ly ino Addres. MKS MTCATluN s1 lav. wai'KINs. 219 Brotnloy WANTED BV A YOU NO lull. Uot llti Bll "USS I - ' L I : Ali work . can furnish first dnsi. K. B . thlaomcc. rOPMQ MAM, WITH OOOD R1FER I ENCE would Ilk a position in store ur office, not afraid ut hard Wolk. Addles. C M . THduoa utile VV ANTKP-WTUATION BY A 01 RL IN i lawyer s office Id kceplu order Answer Cull TKihfM: Office. 1 1 "ANTED A YliCN'O I.AliY W I to read to HOT Bt hours eaci day. ..flic III.-. tfulllleiuall !eW Address H. care of Tribune w . rti ANTED siil'ATIoN AS COACHMAN ur garducr Address H A , 'Inbuilt Ol i' r hustler: had two . arriaga painting. O ITU AT JON WANTED oxperiinoo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 16 February 1894

TTIE S (IRAN TON TRIBHSTE FE I DAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 1(5. 1894. 8 STELLE &SEELEY NEWS FROM WEST SIDE MR. J. L. STELLE will continue the business under the firm name of Stelle & Seeley. THE KVF.n POPOLAB WEBER and SHAW PIANOS LN 8 BEAT VAHIKTV. ALSO PIANOS AND ORGANS EMERSON PfA"NOS Popular, reliable and within your reach. HALLET & DAVIS PIANOS Move takon over 100 Brut premiums In lit past ttfty yearn. C'iher mnlr of Piano. Four mMr.n r-r t'TfaUB In beautiful new delii. See otn tod; twlore buyiuj. We hare the good. Cur prices tuu ngiic fcveiyiuiujj iu the tuueic uudL STELLE k SEELEY 114 Wyomlno Ave.. Scranton. Pa. ! EEWARB OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE GENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G., B. & Co , lmnrln,'"l "n Each Cigar Happening of a Day That Will Interest Hyde Park Readari TROUBLE ON JACKSON STREET Z. A. Mitchell Arrested on Complaint of His Wife He Threatened to Shoot Her Interesting Entertainment Given by Waco Council -Funeral of the Late David Jones -Wes...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 16 February 1894

THE SCRANTOX Til TTWJ"N"TC FRI DAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 1 G. 1394. SCRANTON TRIBUNE F. E. WOOD, General Manager. I I l.l l-livn DAILY ANI WEEKLY IN ScllAH TON, PA.. II Till '11IIUU.MS 1'tUUbUI.NO Company. New Vobk Orriot: Tiiibdnb IictLDiNO, Frank B. Gray, Manaukil SuttrtJ at tU Postujlht ot .'(Tuntuit. SnuntiClan Mail Halter. Tu, at induced to republish It in Its entirety. The addreis will be a contribution to economic literature worthy of careful Lierusaland preservation. THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. BCBANTON, FEBRUAKV 18, lt94. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET Ku K CON Q K E Bfl M A N A 1' 1 A UO E, GAI.USH A A. QROW, Of SUSQUEHANNA ELECTION FEBRUARY 20. INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS. To vule for Ike iltui li ijiji. murk it rroitlii the small (quart at thoright hand 'aid of thr word " I'u," at the out torn of lit lint column on the ticket. Tu tote for IU Mil purl.; marl; a tiWM r small cure at the riyht hand lull of tU word " I'd," at the bottom of ihr second column. Lutes ju uiakt a annate murk, for or u...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 16 February 1894

THE SCRANTON TKIBUXE-FRIDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY lfi, 1894. Uiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiimiis; I Pipe J Valves f i Fittings I i THE SCRANTON SUPPLY AND MACHINERY CO, 5 Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue HE IS II VINDICATED Lackawanna THE JC8 Perm Ave. Laundry A. B. WARMAN. Very Choice Line of WASH GOODS NAINSOOK CHICKS DIM IT V MA U ATI A DOTTED SWTS. SATEENS AM) GINGHAMS. MEARS & HAGEN S, 415 Lacka. Avenue. Carpets, Wall Papers, Window Shades, Draperies, Mattings, Rugs, etc J. E. Paisley Wilhdraws His Suit and Apjlo gizes to H. B, CbamberliQ. THE DARK CLOUD IS CLEARED UP The Shareholder in the Forth Worth Park Pl.ico Land Company Who Caused President Chambsrlin's Ar rest Retracts His Accusations and Proffers a Public Expression of Re gret Correspondence in Which Scrantoniani; Will Be Interested. The following letter from J, D. Stucktir, of .lenuvu, toxether wllh it Inolotnttl, will b read with interest by many BerantOQiahe: "In your w one of l''eb. 3 I aak...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 16 February 1894

1 0 TIIE SCHANTON TIUBUtfE -FKTOAY MORNTNG, FEIJIIUATIY 1C. 1894. MAPLE CITY IN WHITE. The Latest News from the Vicinity of Snow -Covered Hons.dalt. ' Social to the Scranton Tritaine. HoNi;siPM.B. Pa., Fb. 15 At White Mills, opposite the store of Eugeue Dorfliiiner, the road leuiling to Hones dale desc-nds a slitrt d iclivity. Tlier e ia a steep embiiokuieiit to the left which leads down to the bank of the Delaware and Hudson canal, and as there is no K"rd along the roadway, is a ftry dangeroui pi ice. Yesterday afternoon Dr. C. E. Foster, of this piaoi), wiiile rettfroiog trjin professional visit behind his spankim: team of bays, had a very narrow WJ tapo fr uu a serious accident while coming down tfi abort hill. tljs taam took fright at some oil barrels along" side the roadway, and turning sharply aronnd dumped the doctor and his coachman into the snow banks and pr olpitatod themselves and the cutter down the enbankment The result was tomawbat damaging to tlu cutter, but the horse...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 16 February 1894

THE SPBANTOX TRIBUNE FRTP AY MORNING. FEBKUATiY 1. 1894. DUNMORE. Rev. J. W. Williams entertained hii I Sunday icbnol class at the manse last cTeuiug. The youutf ludis were ne companied by their gentlemen friend, and a pleasant evening was spent. The Ladies' Missionary looltty met nt the boun of Mrs. L. It. Kowler, on Cherry street, yesterday afternoon. A treat is in store for Duuworeuns at mi early date. The bliud poetess, Annie Crosby, will jjive a beurini; at the Metb odist Episcopal chnrijh. Further no tices will appear later. The heavy snows of the past few iIhvm have made it very inconvenient lor residents of Ibis place. Considerable trouble was encountered by the true touipany iu running its cars us far a Corners and none weru ruu arming the Chestnut street and No. 0 section. About 8 o'clock iu the evening better occoinmocatious were given, but there whs no regular service. The gentlemen of the Presbyterian thnreh are making extensive arrangi ineuts for tbeir social whic'i is...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 16 February 1894

8 THE CRANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 16. 1894. 1 SSI n i SvllfJ - SB - 1 isi 1 I I N.B. s omy in the feet work. it is a URING hard times consumers cannot afford to experiment th inferior, cheap brands of bak- i t. fc.n--vnr.i l . 1 powder, n is iuw inai inc great strength and purity of the ROYAL stand out as a friend in need to those who desire to practise Econ Kitchcn. Each spoonful does its per Its increasing sale bears witness that necessity to tin; prudent it goes further. vested worth Grocers say that every dollar in Royal Bakine; Powder dollar the world over, that it in 19 does not consume stock, because it is and sells through all in their capital the threat times and seasons. dead favorite, $3 ML ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 WALL ST., NEW-YORK. GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT THE NEWS OF NEARBY TOWNS Out nr town rorrmpotnetits or Tim Tutn L'.nk should in Ihi'ir uino In (till Co oaoti uewe lot tor. not for yublicttwii ml to guard si4iut docoptiou.J EARLY SPRING DRESS GOODS We ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 February 1894

TO VOTE for tho new bridge , mark a cross in the square at the tho right hand end of the line entitle.l "Yes," below the word "Bridges" at the bot tom of the Republican column. Scrmttoit ciMH tribune. l ti ? I AjBjqtfj afflB TO VOTE for the new park, murk u crou in the square t the the right hand end of the Hue entitled "Yei," below the word "Parka" at the bottom of the Democratic column. TWELVE PAGES 84 COLUMNS. SCBANTON. PA., SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 17, 1SJ)4. TWO CENTS A COPY. OILY FEi AYS MAIN win TO SEOIliE TOE Til Ell! P b THE TIGf L Li MAKERS ti ! n HI lnteres'liii" Part of the Sanate Proceedings Took Place Behind Closed Doors. MR. PECKHAIH IS SNOWED UNDER Remonstrances to the Wilson Bill Considered Mr. Hoar's'Rcsolution. Mr. Bland's Efforts to Secure a Quorum That Would Support His Motion to Closo the General Debate Upon His Bill to Coin Seigniorage of the Silver Bullion, Unsuccessful. asiiim; THE interesting part aton of tho sen. which took place behind closed do I Wasii...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 February 1894

2 THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 17. 1894. ONE CENT A Word. 11 ants of alt i.intis tost that miu'i, r.r- tejtt StHuttictM i i n i fret, wh tth ore Inrerted FRSS. Situations Wanted. 23 IT AT lO STWaS ?KD-iSriLLlOHST, reliable and oto Jv roanf " "tone tltaatlon m ukiun or dark erltB business hoot. F.xi eri. aoed Addre,J.Trtban omr anthi BCRUBBINO, HOUSE CLEAN ln mr anv hou-otmld wor ny t'm uay. Aflrtme MHS WATK1MS, Hill Bromley av.S DIXUATIuk WANTED BV A tOVRO iS uniu with Mr education, ni'l af.ald ot virk;caii furnish Arstvlaaa reference Acl trw K. B. . this office VOITNQ MAN WITH OOOU HKITIi- w r.Ni'i:. wi'uhi 1'it" i'ai:i.'u iii itor mi word office; not afraid of M . Tribune :!!. Addrt it or s. c Call ANTED SITUATION BY A oii;l IN ;.hvkt' otto to keepta order Answer TMBDMa Office. GENERAL NEWS INDUSTRIES Tin1 Price of foil RedoMd TBt Oft Per Ton In Ni'W York. Cents COXE BROS. TO SUE THE READING Central Pennsylvania Furnace Optra tors Relinquish tin- Mes.ili.i R.mnn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 February 1894

THE SCIt ANTON TRIBUNE- S TURD A f MORNING. FEBRUARY 17. 18!)4. STELLE &SEELEY NEWS FROM WEST SIDE MR. J. L. STELLE will continue the business undar tun Urui name, of Btello & Seoloy. the Evrn POPTJLAB WEBER and SHAW PiANOS IN QRKAT VAK1F.TV. ALSO PIANOS AND ORGANS EMERSON PIANOS Popular, reliable ami within yourreacb. BALLET & DAVIS PIANOS JJsv Ukta over 100 ttrat premiums In iLt pnat llfty year. Other ninths of Pi.tnn. Four msft.n nf Cigsus iu beautiful uow iliicinas. Bee our Mack betora buying, We hT the kooA. tui prices me i-ijb- tveiyiuiuij iu the jLUblC hu STELLE t SEELEY ,34 Wyoming Ave.. Scrantor., Pa, Happeaiiifis or a Day That Will Merest Hyde tiA Kei'M BROWNIES GIVE GOOD EXHIBITION Mears' Hall Was Crowded and Many Noval Features Wore Introduced. Two Young Men Arrested on Suspicion To Be Treated for Can cel Timely Warning; to Newspaper Thieyes Brijf Items. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE GENUINE F0PU1 '.Ft Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G., B. & Co . Garney, B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 February 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 17. 1894, SCRANTON TRIBUNE R E. WOOD, "anoral Managar. r'cni.ifnin haii.v ami ffmM ii SfHA ton, pa., ht tuk tmbune pcautBina Comtanj. Srw tTVRx otnci: trtbcub SttiAtRa, FlIA.NIC rt. UllAV, MlMI'.IK u . i I'uIctpiI rtf He PMfttfrM nt ttmmUm, Pa, as Btooh&ClaM fai Hatter. THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. BCBAKTO FBBSUART 17, ISM. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET FOB OONGRE8SMAN-AT-LABQ U.W.lstiA A (iKOW, 01- SUSQUEHANNA. ELECTION FEBRUARY 20. 1 INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS. To ivtr for the new bridges, nark a cross in the small square at the right hamt side of the WOrtl "Yes," at the bottom of the first column on the ticket. To tot for the USUI park, mark a cross in the mad square at the rijht hand side of the word "Yes," at the bot tom of the second column. Unlets you niu It a separate mark for or against bridges, or for or against the park, Iiour cote will not affect either question, lie progressive and rote " 1 f s." MAKE IT A LESSON. Today the camjwitfii ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 February 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 17. 1894. S I Pine I lET ,T BE Valves FAVORRBLE s i Directors Aaxious to Give Relief if s i Court Ptrmiis. I Fittings I I THE SCRANTON SUPPLY AND MACHINERY GO. 3 illillllIllllillillillllgll!liIiillllllH Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue Lackawanna THE Laun 08 Perm Ave. dry A. B. WARMAN. Very Choice Line of WASH GOODS NAINSOOK CHICKS DIMITY MARZATIA DOTTED SWISS SATEENS AND GINGHAMS. HEARS & HAGEN'S, 415 Lacka. Avenue. Carpets, Wall Papers, A -v rrr l- A -v iUUUVV UUdUC3, Draperies, attins. Rue-s. etc WILLIAMS & McANULTY. 127 Wyoming Ave. IS. SWAN MAKES THE MOTION I Was Seconded and Prevailed, Al though Mr. Gibbons Wanted to Table It Mr. Tropp Made a Motion That Mr. Gibbons Considered an Affront Persons in Arrears Mr. Wormser's Good Showing. CITY NOTES. The bridge committee will meet thin evening. Public school teachers will receive their salaries for January today. Katie Emmat will present "Killarney" at the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 February 1894

6 T1TE SGRAOTON TRIBUNE, SATUrJ)AY,FEBRUARY 17, 1804. irrm I 1 LI Ec Gives Hi; Opinions on Leading Tomes ot the Day. How He Would Kako the Churches Moro Effect ivo Instruments for Good The tan Eo'.ution of tho labor ?roble-.v. The Adva-iced The-olopy-TLo tvacsclist and tho Gcod Ho Docs. NlW Yiir.K. Feb. mmg the hall dOMB American evnngfHiri "San" Jonn of Carton Tiiit', Georgia, la by all odds tho moil oootntrio and .he beat known. Though alt pec nil tr "taj it-: -" ii.ui' bona publlahod in all the leading awtpapcn ol the country, and he tout lectured lU a kkv. vu J.-vis. en varioui robjtota. thteii tl i Mart that h.'h ttivett to ir.t.-rv.ewvr o, tn'.cni on "IV you ;:: : . 1 it the churches to-day are going aB that should bv dane to t'w qmm of reiijc'onr tanked. "The Cfcnrob, m ja grgaitbed h I'.y. la little more than able to take care Of 11 salt tt is true that there are a grt tt many consecrated, ac tive tttrdatCM und mcnbtfl of the various thurchtt, her tbtbodj of the thurch 1 rie...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 February 1894

THE SCT? ANTON TRIBUNE SAT 1 It DAY MORNING. FEBRUARY IT. 1894. 7 LIVE NEWS Of II P1TTST0KS The SntANTON Thibunk's PtttetOO de partment i in euarRn ol J. M. Ksliv, to Whom liows items in oomplaiata BUT no referred. HEALTH MORE THAN SUCCESS. MANDAMUS VS. MANDAMUS. Tan upon Ho On. Has a Gr:ate: 3hare oi Beatiful Marie Ten:::;. B:tli Than Court Airiilri i II. Aaknt rtttston'i. Nomina'! n. The tdfttM docloton handed down by the court fw iIhv ago goerolB( tli Vnrioos objection raiW, partii'iilorlr those rolatini: to the K vnbtwun OABdl ilntes, wliiju in effect w that said BootoaUoBa were not valid m party Boralnattooe, beoaaaaof MIun to Mm ply wtth itu law, which expreaaly pr vnles that tho proper ofltooM of a Batty convention hall til' t;nir oertifioate of nomination with tho oounty commls ioners at le.ist tlghtMQ 'lays DO ton tho election Tho court decided th.it the delay was fatal as to tho Rapobll con ward nominations, because no cor titii'jktoi whatever were tiU'vl br O&OOM of w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 February 1894

s TITE SCR ANTON Tl.TBUNE -SATUHDAY MORNING. FERTCUATIY 17, 169. m mm PLI! is BEST Fundament!) Prloojpta or ProtecUon ted Free Trade CaKWllj Contrasted FIGURES THAT ARC ELOQUENT In an Addrets of Matlorlv Scope Clearness and Fore.-, Danlll B. Strong Dissects the Fallacies of the 8oCalled Revenue Rnformari ami Outllni a (he Argument for Home Markets, Home Mamilacliire ami tha Continuanca ol a Hvstom That Parniits the Payment ol an Hemes! Homo Wage. On V U, 8 Dani it Strong adalreiied tha oltiseM of Btnrrucc. P. upon Ta Fun Inmouttl Prli r plea of Pro tection and Free Trade," Raipnkett' mi audience that crowds i tha Stnrrncca over i bona to lb attnoat oapacitj Hid remark' wet lUt nod to with pro found attention and woo ia in toy a mi wrti t Protection that tba ad lrea In full lias baea deetu 1 nrl iy of re pro t) icli n T! e ! i Ire- w is i follow littdi .: by bo c a par fncttiro adapted to our circumstances should be one of the great land murks by which to guide ourselves." Indued, is...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 February 1894

1 THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 17. 1894. HE AMERICAN PLAN IS BEST Couc'uded fr. m Tagu 8. outstion 1b a finuneiut tiuestiim nnil not un utdottrtal ouo, as ba bioii ootumonly rap poaed. It luiiuttry were curried on by industry, that li to say, if rowmtrcli exohanget wero the direct tart' of rood, 'hen problem to bi M'lvfii iroald, ludood, b alreotly au Indnetrlal anottioe. Ou t'uo coutrury, industry li carried on by curreucy Mid wagee MM paid In money. Coustqueutly tho nowtion uuilor Oontlu erutiou in u ilunnciiil oue. Tbatjtbtj principle lnvoWd In Proteo- tion and rea Tra.lo are certainly tluaa cial principles and are baae.l on tho laws of the MCBBMlon ami contraction of the curreucy circulation, is plainly evident from the ecouoroic history of our country this whole history of these two economic yitemi la the (Jolted stales tolly justify- lnetbe theory res pec tun; Unit futidaiuou talprinciples I have set forth . A HIT OK HISTORY. I will, therefore, pass 111 tevi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 February 1894

10 THE BCRANTON T R T T U X E S AT U I? T) A Y MOItX'IK'G, FEBTUJATIY 17, 189-1. awanna Avenue, Scranton. ARGAIT IN BOOKS. BARGAINS IN BARGAINS III PICTURES STATIONERY. T HE C B. PRATT stock of Books, Pictures, Mouldings, etc., to be disposed of at about Everything must go, All prices cut. Hundreds of Pictures, consisting of Proof Etchings, High-class Water Col ors, Engravings, &c, &c, both framed and unframed, for next to nothing. The finest stock of Pictures in the citv to be sacrificed. Standard Novels, Standard Novels, -Standard Novels, Oxford Bibles, E. P. Roe's Works, Alcott's Works, U..S. Drill Regulations, Waverly Novels 12 volumes, Charles' Dickens' Novels, 15 volumes, Cooper's Sea Tales, 5 volumes, Plush Albums at cost. Framed Etchings, Framed Etchings, - 16c. - 1 9c. 24c. - $1.90 - ' 98c. 8c. per volume 50c. $2.97 $3.89 $2.97 $1.45 1.G5 Framed Etchings, ALL PRICES Coiu Purses, Coin purses, - Ladies' Purses, Ladies' Purses, Ladies' Purses, - Ladies' Purses, New Tes...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 February 1894

THE SO It ANTON TRIBUNE, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17,1894. 11 Recollections ot Episodes of Heroism by Land and Sea. Stirring Contributions From Colonel N. T. Willif, Major Alfred R. Cr.lhonn, raid Captains George P. Singer and Edward Dawn Fifth Number of a Notable Series. It is propoxrd in the series of pajHM, of tchieh the following forma the fifth number to give to the fUtUte for tht first time unit in authentic form, by a large number of distin vishtd contributors, the storks of the most signal deeds of individual heroism anil self sacrifice occurring under their personal ob servation ichile in the service, either by land or sea, during the war of UU, The colt.ction, when compu ted, will form a splendid itumu men to the prowess, pafftOtfSM and chivalrous magnanimity of the American soldier. Thus those heroes who.bg their individual deeds of daring, added lustre and enthusiasm to the eon'lietsome in distinguished and others in humble roits wfU find their true place in the loeingand admi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 February 1894

13 THE SCKA-NTON TflTmrNT:--SATURDAY MOnNTNG. PEB'RTJA'RY 17. 1894. A TEHUIULE CASB OF MOJPR Cl'HED. Jxo. Maixon, Esq, . V-v Sr. tl McLean St., .Iff. f -J-m 4 -liiims, t'inoimmtt, U, ' vrilri: "I took Kick V i' 'jStm with dropn-, lost my np- 1 01 tbirsiy. lost nil Mivi.t), I i mf stoniiicn bci'iimc rain- U,X T full lu,r ' J I DM to rlv up work. MbMkf't A Tim Ul pbysiclnns hi JraT V Cincinnati, fulled to ?. y S' hi'lpinr. My liml s nnd 1 1 b"'.v w"re swoih n to Jih: i enormous size, and I '"K ' wu suiiiriiiK terrible SCOOT. Tlin dortora nil John HALLO, Lsq. ( ,H1ui not get v eU mrnin, thai 1 vim liable to drop dead it uny moment Mjr wife sent for the pro st, to pre- par e for death, while watting for di nth. 1 reraorabwed reading of your 'Golden Medical 1p, ioi -i" ,'and ii tut ( would try it as a int hope. When l had taken three, bottke, l waa almost well. The swelling enUreiy disappeared mnl I wts soon aide to resume wore. My health i better now than it Iihb ben ia twbnty-flro yean...

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