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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 24 February 1894

TWELYE PAGES Of the best selected read ing issued anywhere make up this copy of rr ii 1,1 mn i i it ytt;i crouton A'.U!,Hi' ,;vig SOMETHING In tliis rich repast Mill please and profit each member of THE FAMILY TWELVE PAQES--.S-I COLUMNS. SCRANTON. PA., SATURDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 24, 1S!4. TWO CENTS A COPY. BY THE WAY, COMPARE THE 11 IE MS C IU DAYS HISS GOMPETTT THE HOUSE II AN UPROAR Mr. Blind's luirin Aro FltvoreJ with Wormwood and Gall. HE REFUSES TO BE CALLED DOWN In a Bitter Speech the Noted Silverite Denounces Both Democrat and Re publicans aj AnarchistsOther Members Attempt to Call Him to Order in Vain The Chair Power less to Restore Peace. V isiitsinvs. Feb. '.'J rSEFREEXi'AUV:-: BLAND ore ated tue Br( npfOar in the BOOM m this afteruoou. 11 secured Cue J U Bqm upon a m itlon to discharge KersutUlatiTti sVdatat, who ws uuder arrest, aud upon sjis tnotioa laOBCBad eff into a bitter aBteo 1. iu which h denounced both Democratic aud K publieau member. He laid the ex ample set o...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 24 February 1894

THE SCRAXTON TRIBUXE SATURDAY MOTLVINGr. FEBRUARY 24. 1894. ONE CENT A Word WanUof all kinds ivst that much, X ttpt Situations Wanttd, which art Inserted t-HEE. GENERAL NEWS WANTED - S1TI ATlu.N keeper .a a stuuil Situation Wanted. VV young man. Reasonable wages Ad arte "B" Tribune ofBce. as HOI st: famllv by a widow l.at will u iMshlli.is or ti..n.ow..lk by the. day until steady situation I attained Art cress, A. W.. Tribune office. 'ITI'ATTON WANTED HV A But I. years o.d with u 'a'r education In a dry goods or BTOOOJrf sto e. or sonic 008 ness that to can work u,i In. Address 0 !.. Harri sou avenue. Cite. S1 S1 SITUATION WANTED in., i who wlllllia wo k: age, In: tail' p null n rclereuce. Address M. i t u UV A YoUXtl do hny kind ot ran tarnish stood I'oit Office i.scrsu YOl.'NU MAN IN DRY BOODB OR MMN stjre, or eomo butbteet whore be BY could work ut. Some experience, good ref. OF INDUSTRIES eiiee. will WON cntep. AUUreat r. u, uox Moatroee, Pa. Help Wanted Male. UaTTijuuTidaiX KUi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 24 February 1894

THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 24. 18!)4. STELLE &SEELEY NEWS FROM WEST SIDE MR. J. L. STELLE will continue the business under tu liiui name of Stelle & Saeley. THE EVER P0PULA8 WEBER and SHAW PIANOS IN WHEAT VAK11STY. ALSO PIANOS AND ORGANS EMERSON PIANOS ropulr, reliable mid within ;your reach. HALLET & DAVIS PIANOS Hire taken over 100 urat premiums hs the jt flf your. Otter makes of Piano's. Tonr m . rf Organs In beautiful new design, hee our Mock before buym. w u,lTe th8 KooJ Cur pricea am right. Lvciyluiun m lb music liu. STELLE & SEELEY 54 Wyoming Ave.. Soranton, Pa. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE GENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G:, B. 8c Co., fmnrlntad on Eaoh Cigar Garney, Brown & Co. Mfrs. ml id Hot m. tl s..h. DR. H. B. WARE SPECIALIST. EYE. EAR, KOSE A'U THROAT. 35 WYOMING AVE I'EKSOXAL. UippenlDgs of a Day That Will Interest Hydo Tart RcaJjrj. FUNERAL QFTB0nAS G. JONES Impressive Services nt the House and First Welsh Ba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 24 February 1894

THE SCE ANTON TR I7?T JNE S A T D It D A Y MORNING. FEBRUARY 24. 18iH. SGRANTON TRIBUNE f. e. WOOD, General Manager. rrilLIBnitri DAILY A.M. WEEKLY IN' Sc'lUS- nix. Pa., uy lac 'luibu.Mt t'luusuiso "Comcast Se YoBK Omen: TntODSt BtTTl.DTKO, rn.itu a ur.t. Uanaobk. EWerfil at the AxfoflM l Amnio, Pa, Snond-Clai 3att ilattrr THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. sckaNTON. fbbbuari m. Attention (i oaiM to tka mayniitcent ficfrc-puii- iMfttr which form tins istue of THt: TRIBUNE. If bM"ai ptatHamo wtpiMj time'u eoiamml untiwoif (Htoratytd keartoW YmliasW. ovtatM ia ourrfWJ, it' ionW (Mm (efcaoui if und iMtyni M. WHAT FREE COAL DID. It is instructive to OWJllttor tU uieaniuR of last Tuesday's vote in ttiu four couutiM which coiunris niuo teutbs Of tha avaiiabU tutlirseite coal inthe Uaitd StatM It was industri ously couUudod by Lutooratio orators and organs that wbattVW uiitfiit b true with referencs to othsr ladmtrias ia othr sections, th industry of min im u.l of ttM trantportiou of tu;ro ducts of mil...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 24 February 1894

1 T11E bit'KAMON TKI.BU.N E (SATURDAY MOHBIM'tt. FEBRUARY 'J4. 1894. !iiiiiii!iiiii!itiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii(niii!; 0 Pipe I Valves I Fittings f I THE SCRANTON SUPPLY : AND MACHINERY CO, SIIII!llllllUII!(13igillllllilll9ISillIK Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue Lackawanna I IS G. ft. GROW Stup:uUous Plurality That He Roliel Up In 5 Latkiwaaua County. rr8 Fonn Av3. Launds y A. B. WA8MAN. Very Choice Line of WASH GOODS NAINSOOK CHICKS DIMITY MARZATIA DOTTED SWISS SATEENS AND GINGHAMS, MEAR3 & HAGEN S, 415 Lacka. Avenue. Wall Papers, Window Shades, Draperies, Mattings, Rugs, etc. WILLIAMS & McANULTY. 127 Wyoming; Ava CITY NOTES. A. T. Conn and Jamas J. Hanlay were warmiy welcomed by th. ir coUaagnaa at the select council meeting last evening. The members of tli Bcrantoa Choral union who were at Chicago can obuin their bailees by calling upon the Secretary. In the list of Btuqaehanna cinnty mar riage lice neB-i gran te 1 appears that of Minnie K. Williams, of Scr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 24 February 1894

THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24,18 94. The Celebrated Brooklyn Divine Dis cusses the Causes of Poverty. Neither the Silver Bill, the Tariff Amendment, or any Politioal Party Responsible-No " Healthy, Moral, Industrious Man Evor Suf fers From Want-The Bible the Best Work u Political Economy. . Bsooaun, N. Y., Feb. 21. Tho Beverend Doctor T. Do Witt Tabnage, of t!io great Brooklyn Tabernacle, it at nil times a most interesting personality. Ho preaches to the largest congregation to tho largest ohurch building in the Doited states, ami his ser morxs aro so judldously syndicated thai they are read from Florida to Oregon, ami from Maine to Texas a lew days alcer their deliv ery. He is the bright, partiooJar, and beat, paying star of tho lecture bureaus, and the editor of one of the most popular and widely read religious publications in the world. Un like many of his brethren of the sloth, Dr. falmage is foreslghted and forehanded, and SB. T. DIW1TZ TALMAdC. hi deems it not I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 24 February 1894

J'H SC'KANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY '-'4. 1891. 7 TILE GOSSIP OF GOTHAM. TJjo Now York Bad of a James XlooeeveK Roosovelt Episode. A 'Cuiuamuy Four II u ml ml - Why tha Arr.au uf the Mall OtMllH llavo So Utile lu'Uuiure Kutily in. led Little Uoy. IcoPTnionT. 1MM l Jati.es Roost. TeltlioosvVelt, the gen tletuan who became our tirst sicretary Of embassy at Lomlou under such dramatic OinaSaStancei recently, is the ou who figures in the last morsel of K'ofcsiu tint a retailed iu tiiodruvv-liir-roonis of New York's exclusive. It would appear that the inevitable "U iliium Waldorf Astor aud Ambassa fiat Thomas P. Bayard are involved, and theioeoaaton of it in a difficulty of a smuewhut novel nature in diplomatic Circles. For some weeks past the American ambassador baa bean imbuirabbed by t h e authorita- I ivu attitude as- turned by Mr. Attor, through ' h i s purchased oiyans. on mat- ten connected with the I uited States. Tor in stance, Mr. A6- j tor promulgated the a ert ion...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 24 February 1894

1 THE SCRANTON TRIBUTE SATURDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 24. 1894. LIVE NEWS OF TWO P1TTST0NS TlIK SCIUNTON TlllBUNE'S PlttStoil de partment iii in cliartfu of .1. M. Fully, to wliom uuws items mid couipluiuts uiny bu referred. SCHOOL BOflHD MEETING. Held A Short But Iutsrasttuir Session Last Evfidusr. The school board met in speci il ses sion in tlie Higb School bulldiog lt evening. The meetinif was culled to order by President T. J. O'Brien. In the absence of Secretary Kojrer llinee, M. J. Brenntn was elected secretary pro leui. For the erection of an iron fence around the Jnnotion school property there WH two bidders, lirown A Son, of liuryea, and John Wilde, of Wyo inioK. Mr. Brown's hid was $1 40 per foot and that of Mr. Wilde $1 23. lbe latter being the lowest bidder, on mo tion, was awarded the contract, The sVmsml society was glVSO the prlfilege to uidtft in the ()reuon school building nntil such time its they could got u suitable place for meeting purposes. There beinj; no further...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 24 February 1894

L THE SCRANTOX TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 24. 1994. DRESSES FOR UIRLS. ! ft&Zkvf&t bi THE OLD SECRETARY. EFFECTIVE BUT VERY SIMPLE TOI LETS FOR FESTIVE OCCASIONS. 1'leaalng Model Described Which tfaj Bt Copied ut iiuuio - aiaterlaia Uaed Vw Patty Gowns-Siibi;.-'. I linn In Ilejard lu Mushing Fabrics and Trimmings. An original frock for a young Rirl ;it that happy period where, "standing with reluctant feet, maidenhood and chili hood meet," may be made of any suit woolen fabric ami velveteen if the fol lowing model be copied I Tim renult is a dressy toilet, tor the velveteen forms a band at the edgeoi tho skiri, which is embroidered, the AN ORKMNAt, CROCK, work reapp tring on the low bodice, tho sleeve rapes and the bsndi between tie: puff of the ileevee at the wrist, at the throat and lower on the nee!;, keeping in place thq soft plaiting! brought np ltin'.i mother oi' pearl to the throat, lue tTOnt ot (ne ooiiier is treated exactly like the back. Whill this is a dre...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 24 February 1894

THE SCRANTOtf TRIBUNE-SAT 1 1 KDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 24, 1S94. -.A), : 5: , 1 II ADF VP WTO T AT713 VfiTTB f -T- . ." 1 i ' i . mmwx '.n n flu fa w ki. ai a h , 1 ira.. v mi w- : .iWEt IIP 1 ' ; mm -V ::' ..Wit) W-V.'S vVJffl 0- 1 To you who have been thrilled by the strains of our national anthem! To you who ha been uplifted by the sight of its sccnie grandeur! To the many who have been carried out of themselves while listening to its wonderful story of achievement told by that King of American Travelers, Prof. Geo. R. Cromwell, whose eloquence delighted the ear while his startling photographic illustrations dazzled the sight!. we say v. iij - Secured ms and with him the grandest collection of Photographs of America, from Alaska to the Gulf, ever put between covers. And, mark you, HE SPEAKS TO YOU from its pages tersely, succinctly to the point. It is the story of our lwJ:lv;S iMW Dont Foret ft bftSlI r Si VE! k. Ijl'l r y'h XStllMk Seven Fairs, Chsyenne Ganon. BliC.. 7 rfftS -v: -...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 24 February 1894

THE SClTANTOtf rRIBXINE; SATURDAY, 'FEBRUARY 24, 1894, 11 19 Recollections of Episodes of Heroism by Land and BttU Eti . '.n, Contrit-nticaj From Colonel I. L. Vocd, Major Alexander K JjwelL anil Captain V. S. taeas and Cons-re;jtaan W. A. Stono - Sixth Number of a Rouble Scries. Which the JoUouin j formt to gut to the jnillu: fbr IAS jirA time and in i.uthenlu: form, DM it large number "f distin juished MMtWbutor, tA stories 'f "Met BffBMl I'frtb o i.'niir: I'eul hrroism and .(('- seorfjkw mrtuHmi under oVo1 psreeaal obsaru ation uliile i (he ssrvia , ri :'.'. 1' lend "' MO, ylnrfHj rJistrur o JevV.'. W COHnKwi, trVu completed, trill form a .v.Vie.h'ti monument m t."i prasMSs, patriotism end cheraeiws tiirc nanimit'j of the American soldier, fhut Hum heroes uio, by l&fir individual dftdf ofdariuj, added Imlre an I t:,thi:slatm to. tfie coaftid some in distinjnUitel and orfifvs in tumble role triS find tAefr true f'aoe hi tAs !urifl? and udmirirtj heart cu t'rti;i nation. AS TOL...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 24 February 1894

THE SCKANTON TRIBUNESATURDAY MOROTWtf. FEBRUARY 24. 189. GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT TillS is tUo month the thoughtful botnawffa thinks of the adront of Brin and tlie advunti;i of gattiiiK twiug doae during thl enforced quut- WASH (;oods Do you rmuomimr tlm liiiMit wo p:ivo you beautiful assort- In-t yearl ThM nro iiuijilM)nnT tins vour thuuevor. Foreign NoVeltlM and POQMBtlO Staples, fcx'loet now vu lo thu iismrtmn- is so abound on: I. INKS' DEPARTMENT b repltta with h Mleotton diotatad by thfl tast"- nu t wants or our patrons. Soli itad by tipaiienead buyer. The lmrvost ta road? Now wo want tho aailatatloa of the Mntiy pruilont, money -wavintr QOtttoWlYM ofour eity to help ffathar it For Good l.iinui we promise you returns beyond all expeeTation." -Li&OO Table DamasK, Craiheaaad 'fowoHQg, Inotadlng all the beltnudtM of K -.) and Holler Towel iiurs, Homstitolied H-clc Towels. A good stock o' Lilian the prldo of ttio h.uiso.viftv BHEBTS .1X1) BURSTINGS S-l. I 1. ICM We have WatO&td...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 26 February 1894

SCRANTON Music lovers will read with pleasure their news department ou PAGE 5. GLIMPSES At ii.rni politics will in terest the politicians. Set) 1 PAGE 4. ! ten EKJJIT PAGES ; OOLVUSti, J! .Mil ai18- SCRANTON. PA.. MONDAY JIOUMXd. FKHRUA H Y 26, 1894. 'HVO CENTS A COPY. - ? Jl EiE3S IK fc m (ft Ul FE ray II HAV C PIC B) Ml TENANTS OUR NATfONA L LI MAKERS Preparing to Pass tin Coming Week in the Usual Way. MEANWHILE THE NATI3N WAiTS A Wrangle Promised on the Tariff Meisuro Mr. Bland Proposes to Keep His Scheme Before the House All Summer if Necessary Several Contested Election Cases in the Back-Ground There Will Be no End of Talk. Singing chimes, dm volunteered 1 fur ntlb and conduct a chorus of from 000 to 700 singers gratuitously. It was decided that a chorus of 200 voices should be provided. President John W. Keller, of the New Y'ork PrtM club, has accepted an Invitation to deliver n address on the relation of Mr. c'ailU to the vrltori of the l'ress, and Congressman Amos J. Camming...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 26 February 1894

THE SC ft ANTON TBIBU5TB MONDAY MOENISCi. FEBRUARY' 2ii. 1804. btl 9 A Word. Wm&tof all fcfacfi cor' mueli, rx rrpt BUyaHoM i ! -lf "ff'j ore iusi-rtf t rftEK. w s I lUATlON loan wiiu ih wnline Situations Wanted, ANTED BITUATTON LY A it. IJABL15 vmiiiir iniui. Hi iiu l.i wairoj. ah- dress "H" Tribune offh e. WANTED I IV A YOUNG t i iUi uy k .ad "I wk; fair DMiti ; -:i furnish Rood nbruot. Address .!. t;. i ist Omoei.Bcrsu ton. r)Y a young man in dry goods or 1 grocery stor.-. or uuo Imsino where be could work up. Boms experience, good refer nre. will win-!: cheat). Addre " o. box Montrose, Pa Agents Wanted. NTlTlATlALEti MAX, 8211 TO S-.J weekly cm bo mule with oar croudx iu fnv locality, will prove it or forfeit jiou. salary ur eonuntMioa yon prefer, The re f uiuof ii taw uoaiV work often ninel a woik's KMti, Addles?, "HaNUFAOTUB ERs." 1' i). Box ! .. Ronton, Moss. U-ANTKIl -TVM MBN, WELL AC- V qbainted iu tlu i Ity, to nil artiolo that v. ill i el twenty doUurspor week t bustl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 26 February 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE MOM DAY MORNlJNG. FEBRUARY 20. 1 8i4. STELLE&SEELEY NEWS FROM WEST SID coutiuue name of MR. J. L. STELLE will tbe business uuder tho firm Stelle & boeloy. THK EVER POPULAR WEBER and SHAW PIANOS OH G KEAT VAlUETY. ALSO PIANOS AND ORGANS EMERSON PIANOS Popular, reliable and witblr. 'your reach. HALLET & DAVIS PIANOS first premium! In licve taken over 103 lU past fifty yean. Oilier mslcss of Plana. Four mk. nf Otgans iu btautiful uew iVkIbiis. See onr stock belore buying We hare the Koods. tur prices mo light. Everything 111 the BiUblc hue. STELLE k SEELEY 184 Wyomlnfl Ave.. Scranton, Ha. UappeniUjis or a Day That Will Interest Hyde Park Redden. A SATURDAY EVENING WEDDING William Jones and Miss Bessie Jones United at the Home of tlio Groom. David Jones Buried in the Wash burn Street Cemetery Beethoven Glee Club Organized and Officer! Chosen. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE GENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G., E3. & Co , fmnrlnlPd on Each ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 26 February 1894

1 THE SCBANTOK THIHTJNE-.MOXDAY MOliNING. FEBRUARY 2G. IS!) I. SCRANTON TRIBUNE F. E. WOOD, Gonera! Manosor. rcmirnri) DAILY AHU irMRLf mSOBA ro. Pa yTbi Thibo MmuMwa COMPANY. Fuamk h. Okay, Mapageb. Urn Wuj.'lo- "I Stttnd-Cltu Ma- Feranto ilatt r Pa, THE SCRANTUN TRIBUNE. BCBAMTON, FEBRUARY SO, m. cut, tUrovgll their otuwetJ to the roll call. UnJer the olJ order, whila every member inl-ht bs proa ?nt and in his war, it would not In it quintal. If H sufficient number for tome reaio:i, re fniowl from eaiwerlae; to the roll o ill, Tuo rallng of Mr. U-el which no lioned sucii ;i torualooi outcry, w is nothing uore nor less tbtntho obvi OUlly simple, plain Mid twilfbtforwArd ilecllioa tlmt if ;t present member sought- to delay business by rofmlug to answer to his mine, lis should b) no counted m present? anyhow, upon ths vldt aoo of good eyt eight. The an j.reuiD court, btfoee whom the consti tutionality of thin ruling wee. trie 1, do cided that a quorum meant a pro3out quorum,' and the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 26 February 1894

THE SCKANTON TRlliUNl'-MONDAV MOANING. FEBUUA RY 20. 1 SJU. aUIIIIUd!!3;Uj!2l!Sllt ieUIli!(S3!!li:l!'' Pipe Vaiv ) win UN 111 IIHIII IHiiH ,H R. es M BB I THE SCRANTON SUPPLY AND MACHINERY CO, B HiiHIIHmHimWiMHHP"MMMMM Norrman & Moore FIRE INSURANCE D. c. HiMhes Bxetlltnt DlttOiir Msoa StwI Dapiir-i Ciiiiicli. t!l I cojjf n : i ion ol I he I i:n I mil llot'.Vet'U (lliJ ltlu.1 hound together by oiety oaunoti be i i h nnrliy and at choosing .i wiF3 or ft husband Qualities tlio Younjr, Parson Should Expect to Find and Without Which tlio Married Stats Cannot Ba 'Bleated or Peaceful A HAother'l Right to Solicitude for Her Son or Daughter! Or. 1). C. UiU' u '. of tin' Jackson Street Baptist ohurch, preaohed ear moil ol unusual interest lust dvenlng i-sn t- a on the marriage question. t2) Wvoiwfiff Avenue I Dr. v i ... -t rrom w (ieucsis xxvli, M. "1 am weary ol my life b.caiue of lue il raii'iti n ii. Heth, 1 1 1 v of the re'.i ilia ou. i woman, erne lovi', su preaatjrad In V.holeaoiu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 26 February 1894

6 THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 2. 1894. LIVE NEWS Of TWO PITTSTONS The Scraxto.n Tiubunc's Pittwton de piirtiamit is in ooarga of J. to. Fully, to whom nowe Items aud complaiuts ui;iy bo reXorrud. WILLIAM STRtET FIRE. A. It. Brown's Kssidsuue (Jutted by ths Firv Monster PNdwly at 8 o'clock yesterday after lioon the resldsuea o( A B, BrOWO ou William street WM dilOOTared to be on fir. An alarm was turn til in from box 4"), iccnUil it tba aomer of Main nil Water streets. TIm tiro companies g( the districts responded iiuicUly aud In a few minute nad two atraame ot Water OB tlie Imrutntf structure. la tue mesulirae ttio large throng of peo ple, who hail besn attracted to the scene, rendered mucli effeotWe work by ateUttau tl9 ramofal of the banta bold effscts to plaeea of safety alOM by. The tiro was fouud to ba lu tlie rear of the house, a el roumi lance whio'i did much to hinder the tiremen from working. Owing to the positiou the house occupied by boiug elev.ited in f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 26 February 1894

I THE SCRANTON rl TiliJUNE-MONDA Y MORNING. FEBRUARY g8. 181. GLLEiN OSBOEaVS LETTER i Lontan AustoiiUcs anil Uio Groat " Drca.oaiuk'xB FifcJ." (Ladies WIio MaWn Xhelr Saraager Drrsses lu starch, Htuiiiiig.iii.1 PrefAets : of BjrfeJ :i4 Will us t Iko lTi'llPl,.!". IOpVtl ikt, i "Nut it's i.i-m dow, ... n know.'.' Ah, yon; Lent tsti nameandadlstinc- ! Itiou. These things niayst thou do, and those things not, runs the decalogue : tl: s dotvag rs. Thou nuvyst not mar ry, nor Hold a grand Ball, or (rive more tun a re&Bon&bh number ut dinners I if! i fL I'ri'Ui I.iovii il:v SUIII ling Itttk 01 WO year must have, its prophets a well M i its pretyohcrs, nad Ihey Bay that lnot j will be another yoar of blouses, of ' froc&k. There will be-soft tvalste of' silk rud manttltno-appeor hur waist.-. with blissfully unoomforta j ble starched coUorti ond bosonuv Ten nis, will be, played bj " plnlt sill; waist ai d gray cloth sltirtat 1 under a tailor hat of white straw trimmed with tin' ...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 26 February 1894

TITE SCKANTOtf TRTlftJTTE- MONDAY JVfOfcNTSfGr. FEBHtTATtY 2G. 1891. L J URTNO 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 t is a necessity to the prudent it goes further. N R i 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, und sells through all times and seasons. . , ir tfS- RUTHL pAIMNU K1WUEK CO , lUf WAIL 5T., NfcYV-YOKK. cV) GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT HE NEWS Of NEARBY TOWNS Out of townoomoponilanttof Tfli trik- mu to t. ,...,. v. . u.t..i iNKohauldintu t!: -.r ium m MM omnia I His is the month tb tnoa'btful I MwiUttar, sot for pabUwtioa uut toward I housewife tliiults of the...

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