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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 February 1894

THE SCR AN TON TRIBUTE-WEDNESDAY MORNING. FEBRI7ART fcl. ISiH. UllllllllllllilllllllllillHIBlligillllllllu (Pipe I Valves f I Fittings I 1 THE SCRANTON SUPPLY AND MACHINERY CO, iniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiti Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue BIG VOTE FOR THE BRIDGES AND Lackawanna THE :oc Pcnn Ave. Laundry Citizens of Snaulon Cimu Out Strong lor IniffOIMNll REPUBLICAN ON JOINT BALLOT tieifct Council Has a Working Major ity of Three Republicans Common Council Is Democratic -School Board Continues to Be Republican. J. W. Browning Detected In the Six teenth Ward bv Charles Schadt. Patrick Golden Meets with Simi lar Fate in the Sixth-Detail:-, of the Vote in the Various Llection Dis tricts ot the City. A. B. WARMAN. WASH MODS NAINSOOlv CHICKS DIMITY MARZATIA DOTTED SWISS SATEENS AND GINGHAMS, MEARS & HAGEN'S, 415 Lacka. Avenue. Carpets, Wall Papers, Window Shades, Draperies, Mattings, Rms, etc. ixruutoii will have undue nud patks. ProgVOSslvontfS wo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 February 1894

, THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 21. 1894. THE RESULT AT JERMVN. Full Returns from tbi Various Election Districts of the Town. Finrialto the Scranton TV Ml HA Jeumyn, Ph., Fob. 20. Tlt latest re turns from Jeruiyu give results as fol lows: Congress -Q. A. Orow, 200 ; Jarnss S- Hancock, 100; A D. Markley, 1. For town olnciirs tU following vote was saute: Dnrcfss-J F. NisUolsoti.-M; Calvin Vail, 140. Tax Collector 1 A Line, W4j M. Leslio, 127. Justice of lVaee William Jenkins, 280. AuJitor Joseph Jy. 260; J.J. Far roll, 188. Constable H. Bmttb, 217; Charles McUinley, 157. FlltST WAHK. Council Joseph Morcmub. 121; M. 8. Collins. 50 Bobool Directors--Andrew C.trter, 100; Frank Stoele, 40 Jadgs Blsjotton D, t Henough, 110; S. B, Hill. M, Inspectors of Election John It, Grif fiths, 127; M. H. Ssiv.tu. 88 UOOMO WABDi Council H. 11. Bwiok, 102 School DirMtors Thorau Jay, 105, Joseph O, Nicholson, 108. Ju IXe of Election diaries F. B ker. 100. Iuspeotor of Election Joseph ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 February 1894

THE SCTMKTON TRIBUTE--WEDNESDAY MORNING. FEBHUABY 21. 1991. 7 TO LOCATE BULLETS. The Oreatbst Surgioal Discovery of the Csntury. ilia I liiinu ii Hind lied u it Ciiuduclur by mi Rtectrta l'rubr Whlell Work, uu Principles Akin tu ii,,,,, ur thu 'lelopiiuUtt The development of electrical sei- iici! in recent years has done much tu revolutionize luedtcul ,und sur gical methods. It will therefore not Surprise many people to leuru that it bus stepped in to supplant the Nelatou probe. But it will surprise even electrical men to leuru ot' the ab' solute uniqueness of the method by w hich this has been accomplished. The Xelaton probe was numod after the great French surgeon Who invented it. lie was called In to treat Garibaldi, who had a bulletin his body. Xetatou was unable lo locate it and the Italian patriot's life was despaired of. Neialou bat up oue whole night thinking. It tinally occurred to him to use uu ordinary probe with a smooth, round piece of porcelain on the end. liy iu horti...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 February 1894

THE SCBANTON TRIBUNE WEDNESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 21. 189. IP 1 URING hard times consumers cannot afford to experiment with inferior, cheap brands of bak ing powder. ' It is, NOW that the great strength and purity of the ROYAL stand out as a friend in need to those who desire to practise Econ omy in the Kitchen. Each spoonful does its per fect work. Its increasing sale bears witness that it is a necessity to the prudent it goes further. N R ' A 1 Grocers say that every dollar in vested in Royal Baking Powder is worth a dollar the world over, that it does not consume their capital in dead stock, because it is the great favorite, and sells through all times and seasons. ROYAL RAKING POWDER CO., 106 WALL ST., NEW-YORK. Professor Hully preached at the Bid tist church in Wuverly on Sunday, wliere ha baa rendered most excellent service for aeveral weeks. A sleigh load of young men from the sobool attended the meeting of the Christian Endeayor society at the Tun nel sshool house on Sunday e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 February 1894

SUCCESS t In business is an acquired t6 ; I art I It is acquired by expe- t rience and by . . . . t Advertising EIGHT PAGES 06 COLUMNS. SCR ANTON. PA., THURSDAY MORNING, FEBBUART 22, 1S54. TWO CENTS A COPY. ill II I TO IE MJLY JUST & LITTLI 101 IE, 1EW8, if I L1TTL E IETTEB ERASTUS WIMAN IN THE TOMBS A. G. Dun $ Co.'s Former Aijent Charge with Embezzlement. HE COULD NOT PROCURE BAIL The Inventor of the Cyclone Pulver izer Financially Winded -- Arrested Upon Charge of Having Hypno tised $220,000 He Advocated Canadian Annexation and Endorsed Checks with Equal Ease End of a Brilliant Career. New York, 1'ob. 21. ERASTUS WIMAN, formerly man ager for R. O. Dun & Co.. mer cantile agency, tuiider ot the staten inland Rapi1 Transit railroad, mi n prominent advocate of the annexation cf Canada to the United State", was arretted today charged with forgeries amounting to 239.000. Ha was arraigned before Judge Martine, in chambers, in the general sessions, ami commuted to the tomls in de...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 February 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY MORN'TNG, FEBRUARY 189J. ONE CENT A Word Wants of all kindl cost Ihul HltieA, f - tfpt Sit uai lorn t?anttt,wMeH " fnetrted rues. Situations Wanted. VI'AN'IED - SlTl.'A l lo.N 11 keeper In a AS HOI SE- family bv n w idu ladv, v.-ill uc. xvaslilngs or hou-o w.ik by the day until a steady Situation is attained Ad dress. A XV TT loum- office ,, , W ANTE ll BY A BOY U air education in ii dry goods or grooerj sto v. or some una ncs E CM work ill. AddretaD D., 6JV Hum -uii avciiuv. CKl U-ASTbU- SllT'A'llN BV A OIRL IN lawyer's nlflos to k..piu prdfl Answer Call TBABONB SITUATION O war old with YoLNli LADY WISHES Had or gentleman a few Address it care ol Trlbuns J ANTED a to read t. h airs vac i day. office. U' ANTED SJ I CATION AH COACH MAN ur garducr. Address II. A . Tribune office. CITI'aitoN WANTED l ill. in who is vl ling t WO k; ae. III: fair p 'inn ill lefeleme. Address 'll. 0. I b a BY A VOUNH tb any kiiul ol ran fnrnlsh Hood ost Oltl -o r :t ti GENERA...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 February 1894

THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY MORNING. FEERUART 22. 1S!)4. STELLE &SEELEY MR. J. L. STELLE will continnn tbe business uuder the iirm name of Stelle & Seeley. THE EVER POPULAR WEBER and SHAW PIANOS IN GREAT VARIETY. ALSO PIANOS AND ORGANS EMERSON PIANOS Popular, reliable and within (your reach. HALLET & DAVIS PIANOS Hlyb taken ever 100 first premiums 1st tLe past fifty year. Otipr m.iltns of Piano. Fonr meltes of Organs in beautiful new designs. See our stock before buying. We bare the goods, tur prices are right. Every thing m the Diusic hue. STELLE 4SEELEY 134 Wyoming Ave., Scranton. Pa. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE GENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS B. & Co.. tmnrintort nn Eaoh Cigar. Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. COUHT holm, mji n.k. DR. H. B.WAR& KPFCIAMST. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT. wsir.it nnnPR fSUMKeVi. JUO Tu 6.S0 r.M. 135 WYOMING AVE. PERSONAL Dr. W. E. Paigo, of Bingham ton, is at tin- l'n rest Douse. . Qnyloril Thomas and 0. W. Dawson we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 February 1894

1 THE SCRANTON TBIBUNE-r-TH UR&DAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 22. 1894. SCRANTON TRIBUNE F. E. WOOD, General Manager. ruilLIBUKIi DAILY AMI WEEKLY IN SCIlAN- tin, pa., y tiu Tmihuk FtbtuuiMu New Yohk Urrioi: Tiuuunic Boildiho, t HAN k K. Uiiay. MANAOeit. ftlliWd u( I'litloffUe at Sctim'ua, Fii , . . r. I . W ' Hotter. THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. SCRANTON, FEBRUARY M, 1SW. HOS1 MORTtM. Oa TusiUy, tho election ; on Wetl nesilay, the explanation, Th period ol opeu oonfaulOQ lias been eagrly created ly lVnnsylvuiiU Heiuoernts. It U an .: .. period, if not im portant. It lilpj to beguile the wearf liourn. It adds a dash of pimanor to the conventional post morttm l'rf auiuably, too, it Contain the explain en. KU why ahoul.l tliey go ut it So earnestly '.' lu Ibe Brst place w.) am Raked to tii -ten to the liypothesU of Colonel Me Clare. The colonel is not politically happy these days. A shadow has fallen thwart Lis Dtb, Tha shad of a dis tending rival beclouds his ouce happv horz m. And it j;ri"ve an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 February 1894

THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE THURSDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 2L 1894. iiHiiioiiKiiiiiiiiiiiiiigiiismiigmii: I Pipe ! i Valves I I Fittings s THE SCRANTON SUPPLY AND MACHINERY CO, SlilillilCtllllllilHHIliiSISIIIIIIICHHIl Wormian & Moore FIRE INSURANCE 1 20 Wyoming Avenue RESULT OF THE BALLOT Lackawanna THE 108 Fenn Ave. Laundry A. B. WARMAN. Very Choice Line of WASH (iOODS NAINSOOK CHICKS DIMITY MA RZ ATI A DOTTED SWISS SATEENS AND GINGHAMS. MEARS & HAGEN'S, 415 Lacka. Avenue. Carpets, Wall Papers, Window Shades, Draperies, Mattings, Rugs, etc. Tbosc Who Were Elected in the Boroughs dud Township;. SHERIFF WENT TO OLYPHANT Ho Was Summoned Thero to Protect the OfTicors of the Election Board While the Votas Were Being Counted C. G. Hitchler Re-Elect-cd Burgess Burke and Philbin Re elected at An hli. ild The trouble over tin counting of tho I. allots in tim firat war! of Olyphtnt Tuesday night resulted In tb sheriff being summoned to Hilt place yester day. A. B. UcCormaoU, the judge of eleo ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 February 1894

I THB SCE ANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 22. 1894. LIVE NEWS Of PITTSTONS Thi Schantom Tribune's Plttsron de partment is ia charge of ' M. Fnhy, to whom news items and complaints may bo referred. THE BOROUGH RETURNS. North district; M. Tarmny. South dis trict; inspector, M. H. McAndrew, M, Ryan ; anditor, M. Osborne. The vote for constable was a tie. TbP appli cants worn P. F. H iv Inn and Edward .Murphy. It is snid Mr. Boylan will contest the election. WAYNE COUNTY REDEEMED. Malone; Elected Bursas and the Citi zen's Councilman Snowed Undar. Owing to the failure of the Scranton office of the Western Union Telegraph company to receive the message after midnight, Tuesday night, complete election returns, which The Tribune representative had compiled, were not printed yesterday. The results are as follows: Upturns from the- eleven wards give a clean sweep for the candidates of the combined Citizens and Dsm icratto tickets by n lariie majority, Tiiouiai Maloney, the Citizen's ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 February 1894

THE SCBANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 22. 1894. It'll country l.as u. inu n y its s t b t a s nn; n ijUi , V s l many uinli 'iW1 j Bud worthy DMO whose names and good ilcctl hbnld uot be forgotten and whoaa memories should live forever in the hearts of u grateful and libertylovlng people. if all the, Washington ptinds preeminently at tin- bead. Nat urally, and very rightly, ho holds the first plane ln-our thought and in our patriotic affections. The anniversary f his birth has long been a legal holi day, and if not observed with the fame demonstrations of enthusiasm that mark Independence day. is yet enough of an event to turn our minds towards Utis great and commanding tigure in American history, to keep before us this noble character and to stimulate within us a truer love of u,r country, together with a broader and higher Jevotiuu t those principles of human liberty for which Washington and our fathers fought. It has often been said that we Amer icans ure prone to hero ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 February 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBTTN"E THURSDAY MOKNtNO. FEBRUARY 22. 1894. IT MAKES PEOPLE WELL Best Spring Remedy in the World Paine's Celery Compound. There Is one true specific for all disuses arisin? from a 1biliUtil nervous system, und that is Paine's celarv couio mud, so generally prescribed by phy sicians. It is probably the most remarkable remedy that the scientific research of this country has prod need. Prof. El ward E. Palpi, Ml)., LLD, of Dirt mouth college, first proscribed what is now known the world over a Puiuo's celery compound, a positive cure for dyspepsia, biliousness, liver complaint, nenraliiia, rheumatism, all nervun diseases and k 1 I i v tronotei For the Ut ter, Paine's celery compound has succeeded again and again where everything else has failed. The medical journals of this country have given more spase in the last few years to the many remarkable ca3ei where the use of Paine's celery compound has made people well than to any other ono suhje-jt. THE MEWS OF ! TOWNS fOut...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 23 February 1894

There Is Keally nothing now in our giving the lies! and fullest election returns. It's a Habit THE TIM HUNK got into before it wus as much us one year old. f 6 I i 1 EKtIIT PAGES-50 COLUMNS. SCR A "N TON. PA.. FRIDAY MORNING-, FEBEUARY 2',i. 1S54. TWO CENTS A COPY. Ill TBI MBIT HAS -GIBfllWH UNTIL IT'S REALLY ft RIND OF MARIA ilTP PI. GO M K1NLEY HI CHICAGO He Speaks at (lie University and Union League Celebrations. IT WAS AN ELOQUENT ADDRESS The Ohio Statesman Is Greeted with an Ovation, and His Remarks Fre quently Interrupted by Applause He Laid Emphasis on the Fact that the Future of the Country Rested with Students and Scholars of Today. Chk aoo. Feb. 89 GOVERNOR WILLIAM MoKIN- LI LEY wus the (nest of the Ui n versify of Chicago for n brief Viitl half hour this morninK, end h vhh accorded ii cliHriicleriotic welcome by tlie u lents of that institution. It wag ttie firt official celebration of WasbinKton'i Birthday siuco the uni versity win formally opened, and the great lubonito...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 23 February 1894

THE SCHAXTOX TR1BT7XE FRTDA Y MORXTXG. FEBRT'ATtY 23. 1S9J. A Word. v,niUof oil 1-fndi cost thai mueh, rr id Sttutttont WttKti,vhfch ae ituirttd J HSU, PCMT GENERAL NEWS ULI nr luniiPTniro ur iiiuuoino Situation? Wanted. SITUATION Ati HOUSE t A 1 I'll VV kMptrln small family by a wd lady will uo watblnge or home troll by tie day until a steady situation i-attained AJ oress, A. W . TnnunSurace, SITUATION WANTED BY A BOY IT O year old with a air education in a drv c. aids or grocery sto . or sunn) bus ncss that he can work u,. In. Add NMD D.. 6hi Ilurri tou avenue, ell '- SITUATION" WANTED BY A YOUNG Is man who II Wllllug ti Jo 80 kind of k ij'". Wj lair p.niii.n. I u furnish good reference. Address A 0 , (PostOtti e '.S-run UB pV A YOUNG MAN' IN DBY OOOD8 OR J J grocery store, or gome business vv i n tie could work up. Bonis eiperlence, renr enc will work cheap. Address P. o box .:.'. it ouli'ose. Pa Views of a Well-Known lonpoadent will) RtfeniM to the Saiu Sloan. TRULY AN UNIQUE PE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 23 February 1894

THE SCBANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 23. 1894. 0 STELLE&SEELEYlfl FAREWELL MEETING MR. J. L. STELLE will continue tli business under tUe lirm name o( Stelle & Seeley. THE EVER POPULAR WEBER and SHAW PIANOS IN GREAT VARIETY. ALSO PIANOS AND ORGANS EMERSON PIANOS Popular, reliable and within lyour reach. HALLET & DAVIS PIANOS Hsve takun over 100 Bret premiums hi lit past iltty year. Oilier make of Plarjos. Fonr maki cf Organ in beautiful new designs. Bee onr Itock before buying. We have the good. Cur price are rigUt Kveryimug m the STELLE k SEELEY '54 Wyomlno Ave.. Scranton, K How the Different Seclious of the City Voted For the Bridges. BRIDGE CAMPAIGN IS FINISHED LEW ARE OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE GENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G., B. & Co., tmnrlntpfl on Each Clnar. Oarney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. DR. H. B. WARE SPECIALIST. EYE, EAR. KOSE AND THROAT. OFFICE BODES: a&fcWfk 135 WYOMING AVE. PERSONAL. CbarlM A. Westtiekl, of Wilkes-Barro, is at t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 23 February 1894

I THE SCR ANTOX TRIBUNE-FRIDAY TVIOTWINO. FEBRUARY SCRANTON TRIBUNE F. E. WOOD, General Manager. F'Ultl I8I1 DAILY AND mill I Si lUS- 0I, I'A.. Uf VUt liiHHJMS PV8MM1M Ui-Ji'Arir. Nkw York orfiOR: Tuiuuss Buu.uisio. KllANK 8. UttAY. MANAQtK. iWrte.i ul lAe IWiU'ii'f n( SerMtOHi PS 1HF ST.RANTON TRIRIINP. it CRa N TON. FEBRUARY 83, im)4- HANCOCK S VALEDICTORY. We lmv- no desiro to sddtO t he men tnl solidities cf Jawe Denton Han cook. It is not our wish to aujim-'ut the voliimu of his chloride eustions. Mr. Hancock cams before tho public a tiiiiiK of beauty and a goui"tiuie joy. TUrt public refreshed itself in his nr patelng Oftndor and recuperated in the breezy abandon of hie economic out epokennesf. Q latitude, It nothing alee, shottid dictate kindly consideration of Mr. Hancock fate. Unfortunately, Mr. Hancock has broiiKtit an after delnge down npon his own lio'uint; head He lias submitted, rnsbly. madly submitted himself to I'ittslmrj,' interviewer. He lias as sumed to interpret ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 23 February 1894

VtiE MKANTON TK1HL 'M K -I L1J) A V MOKNfNO. FKJSK.i' A U V 23. 1K)-1. UiiiiiiiiiiiiiigiiiiiiiiiisiEiiiiii'Hitiiiii: I Pipe ! 1 Valves I MM j Fittings f sunura Judges Archbald aud Guuster SgrtS liiai Poor Directors Have Fow.'r to Graut It. CONSIDER THE LAW AT LENGTH. THr. SCRAN I ON SUPPLY I ' JlK,K QUMter'l Opinion Disposes of AND MACHINERY GO, 5 flllllllllllllllllHlliitlSllJItlllltllli Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE .20 Wyoming Avenue L3Gk BWil1!13 f 08 fonti Avo. "THE Laundry A, B. WARMAN. Very Choice Line of WASH GOODS mmwt CHICKS DIMITY MARZATIA DOTTED SWISS SATEENS AND GINGHAMS, HEARS & HAGEN'S, 415 Lacka. Avenue. 3 Carpets Wall Papers, Window Shades, Draperies, Mattings, Rugs, tc WILLIAMS & McANULTY. 12 7 Wyoming Ave. CITY MOTES. the Sea" will Academy of St. Vincent Ue Paul no- intrt)itin' antertain- la.it i, j'. It was Hands Across traction at tno evening. 'Ibe South Bide uiety ttaVB a verv tnent at Collet Hall largely attended. Mrs. lldith Richards-Heckle will un...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 23 February 1894

THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 23. 1894. LIVE NEWS OF m PITTSTONS The Sciunton Tribune's Plttston de partment is in charge of J. M. Fahy, to whom news items and complaints may be referred. AN EXCITING FOOT RACE. Two Sprlattrt Strumrls for Supremacy on tht Bridge. E. Q. Lynch nnd Joiiu J. Donnelly, of the Niagara Engiue couipauy, in dulged in a sprintlug match yosterday afternoon, greatly to the edification of n large bust of their admirers. The race was run at 4:80 o'clock and took pi 105 on the Water sirjut bridge, The distance was 100 yard. Lynch cave Donnelly five yards start. Jake Pflllgstou was starter and s?nt the men off In good thane. The race was hotly contested up to the last tw.nty-tive yards, when by a huronloau effort on the part of Donnelly Us broke the tring ten yards iu advance of Lynch. At th slots of the raee the victor ami vanquished with their friends re paired to the coupany's rooms on Water street whsro a few hours' ioliti catiou wa indulged in....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 23 February 1894

THE SCIl ANTON TRIBUNE -"FRIDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 23. 184. DRESSMAKER'S BILL. iDteoovery of One Mads Out iu the Year 2300 B. O. pi took. I.Iks a Chiur-so Pqt, Bat V. i Drt-adel ly CluUdtM BaibSBd-Cot-IT Hot-. Worn by iho l'llu.l f Antiquity. Etrypt 1 li.-en oalL-it "the laiul of BUrpriMfl. ' fesr attar JIM Uie ox ploranin ths KUa land bring to light soms new ami startling exatnplei .-i urt, rSTaaling to us the (astonishing character of tho curly civilisation of the Egyptians, Kjfypt has now a rival lu the lister otrilication ot ancient C ildsa. although in art Cbaldea is far behind the land ot Ihe Nllei esps eialljr in the art of paiatinrf, the re toratlou of llw rally civilisation uml tiu- parted )L-tur.- nhU-h We can f jrm of the lifo aiul Bumpers nod cut ton ot the people are almost aa aomnlete us thote which we can restore ot Egypt side, The satlne should hsrep ftoral lijfiirc in bold ileMfTH. Vil,h till t; (folil thread, outline sash figure, MO-seallng or darniug some oj the po...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 23 February 1894

8 THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 23. 1894. m 1 rsn u mm ,URITC. hard times consumers cannot afford to experiment with inferior( cheap brands of bak ing powder. ' It is NOW that the great strength and purity of the ROYAL stand out as a friend in need to those who desire to practise Econ omy in the Kitchen, Each spoonful does its per feet work. It; increasing sale bears witness that it is a necessity to the prudent it goes further. N. B. rocera sav that every dollar in vested in Royal Baking Powder i worth a dollar the world over, that it docs not consume their capital in dead stock, because it is the great favorite, and sells through all times and seasons CYAl PAKINO POWOER CO., 10 WAU ST , NEW-YORK. FOUND DEAD IN BED. James Cadden, of Oarbrndale, Rioelvea Sudden Summon. .'. H i( fn thr SbrnmlM IWssss, Cahhonimi.k, Ph., Feb. M -Junti ('addon, of Duudar? strutit, wat found drii.lmli.il this morning. It" rutlrnd tlio evening lire v i out to apiiareut sound health, mid i...

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