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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 27 February 1894

( t O0ft S$ S$ 04$ FOR THAT TIRED FF.EL- & ING IN YOUR SPRING P $ TRADE, TRY A TRIBUNE "a ADVERTISEMENT. r tO ? I 'MYl . KKiirr i'A(;i:s..,-,ii'liimf;fs. REST A68UaED THEWS NC BETTER TOMO IN THE BUSINESS MACOPOE1A. PKAR. sCRANTOX, PA.. TUESDAY 3IOKMNG. FEBBUAEY 27, 1SD4. TWO CE1VTS A COPY. THE HEM E1CYG fn i) A OFFER 1 OPE 1 STORMY SCENES II THE HOUSE Mr. Bland Yields a Point in His Seigniorage Bill and th3 Fun BaglBl A SENSATIONAL DEBATE OCCURS Mr. Pence, a Colorado Populist, Scores Democrats and Republicans Alike, and Charges Their Action to Influence of Mr Reed Mr, Pierce Enjoys Seeing Democrats In a Hole. Tariff Bill in the Senate. days WaSHtNQTON, D. 0., Fob. 00 7t TIR. BLAND today yielded the Hfl point for which the opponents V of hil seigniorage bill have been contending tin past ten aud moved to proceed to its consideration without liuiltuiou of debute. Tint was agreed to without objection aud the afternoon wee spent in debate Mr. Blend, before conoeed' ins the point, te...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 27 February 1894

THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 27. 1894. ONE CENT A Word. Wants of all Mud i-vsl that Mitch, WP rtpt Situations Wanted, which an- inturtrtl FSKS. Situations Wanted. Sf ft atijin vv w ante d hV a" ' d uss i3 maker to go out by the day. AddresA . Tribune ofhVo. OITUATION WANTED BY A PRACTICAL o iir.-snM.iki r. work either at borne or put by the day or week. Address. Mi-s Esther Bennen, ins Rook street, n,iu Park, Bcran ton. U 'ANTED siTi'A'i'loN r.v A Hi LIABLE ngy man. KuuonabL' wages Ad drees "B" Tribune ofBco, (SITUATION WANTED H A YOU NO is ram who is willing t do any kind of vo:k; age, It'; fuir pennim: can furnish Rood reference. Address .VI, O. i Post l'Hlci",Scf an i. u I1Y A YOLNU MAN IN DRY QOODS OR IJ grocery itoro, or s rate business a here be eouldwork'up. Bonis exnerleuOB. good refer. bob. will work cheep. Address P. o. box ft, Montrose, Re. GENERAL NEWS Of INDUSTRIES Manufacturers of Steel Casting Have M Yet Foriu.'d a Pool. BUT THEY'RE THINKING ABOUT I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 27 February 1894

1 THE SCIfANTON TBI B ITS E T tJE SD A Y MORNING. FEURUAftY 27. 18!4. STELLE&SEELEY NEWS FROM WEST SIDE MR. J. L. STELLE will continue the business under the tirui name of Stella & Seeley. THE EVKR POPULAR WEBER and SHAW PIANOS IN Q BEAT VARIETY. ALSO PIANOS AND ORGANS EMERSON PIANOS Popular, reliable ami within your reach. HALLET & DAVIS PIANOS Have taken ovor 100 first rromluras !r, the past tlfty yearn. Olhflr DWkM of Pianos. Four mtt.s of Organ1; In beautiful new designs. See otir ItOOk More baying. We hare the goods. L'nr pried are rigBfc Everything in ths IUUMC lui. STELLE & SEELEY 184 Wyoming Ave.. Scranton. Pa. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE GENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G., B. 8c Co , lmnrint! en E'.Ph Clear Carney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. DR. H. B. WARE SPECIALIST. EYE, EAR, NOSE AMD THROAT. fircir.a annua !loujpA.iL. J . ..j. T IL '35 WYOMING AVE. PERSONAL Miss Augusta Wright, of Madison ave- lue. is visiting friends at F.aston. Representativ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 27 February 1894

I THE SCRANTON TRDiUNE-TUESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 27. 1891. SCRANTON TRIBUNE F. E. WOOD, General Manager. FOBMSIUI) DAILY AM) M ILKI.V IN ScnAN- ton. Pa., uy Tnu Tuiuumi Puauaniao COMPANY. Kkw York Omen: TitiiiUNa BOltBltCOi Fiiank B. Hkat. M..vai;: r iWrrrd at ttie nt:Jire 'ituh(h, Tit.. u flkoond-Ctoii J.'oil Jfo((r. THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. SCRANTON, FEBRUARY W, 18M. REMEMBER THIS. STha Philadelphia Hecord mal,es a prediction which ought to be prtterxed for reference, fieri it is yH3anareu will soon at t. The hardehipt of the In dustrial situation u iil gradually dis appear. The army of tdlen will find renewed occupation. Tariff reform the tnoment it become operative will justify itself Nothing ought to be fairer than to test the. tree by its fmits. Let Democracy ilandor fall by theretulle of its own work. THE MANTLE OF GROVER. One of the ingenious political pecu lations of tlif day professes to scent mi ulterior purpose in I'ouiaioilore !?iii(er j'e robust thumps at tiie Harrity Dem...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 27 February 1894

THE SCHAHTON TKIBUNE-T lEsDAY MOKJSINU. FEBKUARY '27. 1S94. iI!lltt(llllliIllilllliliHU!!IIIIIIIU IPipe Yal I Fittings I I i s THE SCRANTON SUPPLY AND MACHINERY CO, BlilllllllllllllllidSliailSlillBIIKIIilllllii NorrmanA Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue Lackawanna THE 108 Pcnn Avo. Laundry A. B. WARMAN. Very Choice Line of WASH GOODS NAINSOOK CHICKS . DIMITY MA RZ ATI A DOTTED SWISS SATEENS AND GINGHAMS. MEARS & HAGEH'S, 415 Lacka. Avenue. Carpets, Wall Papers, Window Shades, Draperies, Mattings, Rugs, eta WILLIAMS & McANULTY. 127 Wyoming Ave CITY NOTES. The fnueral of Mrs. Jobs A. JlcNarnara, of Providence, will take place tills after noon. The men's league of Hie Peun Avenue Baptist church will bold their regular niouthly meeting this evening at 7.;0. A marriage license eras granted bv Clork nf ibe Courts Thomas yea!rd:iy to Warner M. Ciaino and Martha If, Baldwin, of Fulton, Oswego county, N, V. As soon as the snow ceased falling yes terday tb county commissioners p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 27 February 1894

i 6 TITti SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 27. 1894. LI NEWS Of m PITTSTONS The Sciunton Tribune's Pittston de pariinont is ia otUUrga of J. M. Fahy, to whom news items ami complaints may bo refer red. BUDGET OF INTERESTING NEWS. The News of Two Thriving Towns Tsras- and Briahtly Told. A blinding snow storm btgan falling early yesterday morning and continued Without interruption nntil nearly three o'clock. The snow covered a depth of five inches 'ami i caused a supension of travel on the West Side electric road for several hours. The stove works were idle yesterday owing to the water main which fee le the boiler baring beoome frozen. Work will be resumed this inorninic as UIlL The cupola for the Pittston Street Range company arrived hero yesterday. It has a rapacity cupable of melting rive tone of iron an hour and is of thw latest pattern. Constable P, J. E'irly expects to leave early next week 00 a business trip to Roanoke, Vs., and other points in the south. Notwithsta...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 27 February 1894

THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 27. 1894. C FRAMES AND CASES. HOMEMADE RECEPTACLES FOR PHO TOGRAPHSPICTURE FRAMES. l'bat to Do Willi the lUpldlj InoMMlog I'liotojrapim Allium I'm- Aniuteul lliotigraiilifn'--lmxienalve l'ralliea i''or Etching ami Wiitvr Color DSatwlSSOi Every household is confronted with tho proliU'iu, What shall be done with thu photographs that sra o rapidly ftc cumulating? Thrro have been albums Mid photograph frames and bags, both email and great, in which U deposit them, and still tin y accumulate, An idea, suggested by n correspondent of A knotted here and there over it, and tho edges bound with ribbon to match. A UNIOUE SCRAP RUG. Cove uutl Pretty, iut EncxpeuAlTe Diree tioiiH Ww stilting Oee. The Bcrap rag, with its rich and varied colored disks of plush, is bright and handsome. The foundation is dark brown canvas, 'J7 inches wide. A yard and a quarter makes an ordinary sized EASILY HADE and FRETTY, thu New York Herald, for a photograph case i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 27 February 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUTE-TUESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 27. 1894. GORMAN'S BRAND DEPOT HAVI Now Open Tluir diroct importation of SILKS SPRING WOOLEN DRESS FABRICS LYONS SILK GRENADINES NOVELTIES IN FRENCH CHALLIES AND SATEENS, LACES AND EMBROIDERIES. OCR STOC K IS NW Exceedingly Handsome Ar.J Embraces the choicest goods lor early spring and sunimar. Purchaser of Silkl an 1 Dress F.ib ics will soeura great a Wantage ia vi iting our store at this time. Experienc of iraviHis years dem onstrates that the choiceit and most deiirable fabrics are nlwari sold early and not duplicated. The only way to appreciate them is to see them for yourself. O ir descrip tion may be all very Boa and very ex plicit, but there is nothing as satisfac tory as a look with your own eyes. And no more convincing argument that we have the Quest gooJs.the new est good", the moat stylish goods of ev ery description, than the fact that an inspection of our stock always lead to a purchase. THE NEWS Of NEAR I0WS fOut of town o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 February 1894

'JMIE Greater Scraivton That's Coming Will Kot Have Dirt Boads. 5i i n 1 1 mi LjaHMHi W W 6SPi1 (Eribunc, EITHER Will It BeTor mented With Bqulrty, Wooden Block Pavements. R T EKHIT PAGi!5--oU COLUMNS. SCEANTON. PA.. AVKDNESDAY MOIiMMi, FKUUUAIiV 28, I Hit 4. TWO CENTS A COPY. BIT IT 1 DELHI OF THE TARIFF BILL An l$Mment ExpjcteJ Smii on the Ques tions at Issue. UNCUT DIAMONDS ON FREE LIST Another Caucus of Democratic Sena, tors Changes in the Bill as Passed by the HouseProspects Favorable to a Sugar Duty The Proposed Tax on Coal May Be Stricken Off. Washington, D. C, Pun. 27. TIIE best ju.i3 anions Hih Demo cratic senators fel weil con vinced that an a(?reemnt til 1 be n-itciied very noon on the questions etill at wins in the new tariff bill. The bill in it! praatnt shape Una iron ore. wool, lead in all loriiu. and uncnt diamonds on the five list. Very few. and not verv Important, changes have been made from the free to the dutiable list, except iu the owe of sngar ami coal. Snar h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 February 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 28. 1894. II A Word. Wants of all Mltd cost thai murlt, e.v eept Situations 1Fanted,wltivh arc inserted FHSS. Situations Wanted. PfT;GEIEflIL PS . ULll S nr itiniiPTmro Q1TUATION WANTED BY A DRB88 O maker to co tmt l.y tho day. Addl es A U.. Tribune ni.-.-. SITUATION WANTED BY A 1'KAt TICAli o dressmaker, work either at honaeor out by tl' day r wuek. Address, Miss Bather Bonfield, lull Rook street, Hyde Park, Bcran ton. IXT ANTED 8ITUATI0N BY A LIABLE VI VpUDS man. Reasonable Wage Ad' flross 'B" Tribune office. CITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNG C man who is willing to do my kitul ..f woik;age, IV: fair penman; oan furnish good reference. Addms it, O. (Pott 0fnce),8crau ton. J)V A YOl'NU MAN IN DKY GOODS 01! Xj krocery stjro, or s "no tuinness wher" ho "ould work up. Sonio experience, ifood refer ence, will work cheap. Address P. o box tj. lloutros.'. Pa. Agents Wanted. IX" ANTED A SALESMAN, sai TO $.. weekly can be nude with our nods In iin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 February 1894

I TTTE SCTiANTON TBTBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 28. 185)4. STELLE &SEELEY NEWS FROM WEST SIDE MR. J. L. STELLE will contiuuo the buaineas under u,o linn uumo of iStelle it Seeley. THE evkr popular WEBER and SHAW PIANOS IN O HEAT VAlilKTY. ALSO PIANOS AND ORGANS EMERSON PIANOS Popular, reliable and within lyour reach. HALLET & DAVIS PIANOS Hsvo takon over 100 flrst rromlumj In Ibt fast ilfty yenra, Other makn. nf Pinnis. Four m1c-n pf Oigan hi beautiful uew denlRiis. Sea onr took belore buying. We haTe tho good. Cur prices ura rlstiu EvuiyiUinu iu the lUUslC llu. STELLE & SEELEY ;S4 Wyomlno Ava.. Scranton, Pa. LEW ARE OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE 6ENU1NE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G., B. & Co, twprlnt'l on E-H'h C'gnr Uappeulngs or a Day That Will Interest Hyde Fark IsldSU NINTH AND MERIDIAN STREETS The Delaware, Lackawanna and West ern Road May Make the Opening of These Thoroughfares Possible by Removing a Culm Pile Remons trance Against a Saloon Interest i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 February 1894

I THE SCBANTON TRIBUNE -WEDNESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 4-S. 1894. SCRANTON TRIBUNE F. E. WOOD, General Manager. rcBMIHin DAILY ami weekly in s iian- TON. PA., 1IV lllK 'illlllUMi HUBLIMIINO Company. Nfw Your OrnOR: Tiiiiiune IHiiuiino, Fhank 8. Ghat. Managkr. Ktltfltd at the Rottofflet at Kcramton, "a., at BeondClan Aail Mailer. 1HE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. ECBANTON, FEBRUARY B8, ISM. Whatever the faults of our political ad minist ration, either in it dotMMtiO policies or in ill foreign intercourse, the "towering war etond" is not ait Amerieun institution. And it should add to our 0M0 yratitude to realite that it is not. CURE FOR HARD TIMES. An economic locksmith who mod estly tiuk behind the pseudonym "Antonio," has sent to The TbIBUMI a cnrlous "Key to Btuinttl Prosperity" nd It U fitting, in this limn of com mercial dprtiion,that wn should t;ive it wide publicity. A Rood miny able men bare beon seuichiDK for such a key and some of them, theoretically nt lenst, bare found it, as they fuller...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 February 1894

THE BCBANTOa TliiliLIN WEDNESDAY MOUXlNGr. FEBRUARY 28. 1894. 5 IS)Gi!!3 !3!i.tC2Sll(llt liSIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIU 52 m i IN PERFECT 1 Valves Fittings Hi School CoMrollers Meet and EO'.ct a Ri OrganizattoQ. I SOME NEAT SPEECHES DELIVERED s THE SCRANTON SUPPLY K AND MACHINERY CO, igSlIlllllllliillltlltillB3l!lllllllllK Norrmanfi Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue Lackawanna THE ?08 Peon Ave Laundry A. B. WARMAN. Very Choice Line of "WASH GOODS NAINSOOK CHICKS DIMITY MABZATIA HOTTED SWISS SATEENS AND GINGHAMS. HEARS & HAGEN'S, 415 Lacka. Avenue. Carpets, Wall Papers, Window Shades, Draperies, Mattings, Rugs, etc. WILLIAMS & McANULTY. 127 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. ' The Btrnggll For Life" will bo pre sented nt the Academy tonight aud to morrow eveuiuc;. Jndvriu hns sold the Nettleton properly opposite thf court Presbyterian church, owned by ftIorib, toC'uaritM McMulleu ior ru,uuw The Vcilnnteer Firemen's union will meet in regular session this evening In R'lub's hall. The comru...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 February 1894

G THE SCEANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 28. 1894. LIVE NEWS OF no PITTSTGNS Tire Pcbanton TmncsE's Pittston le pariuient is iu charge of J, et. Fehy, to whom news iteuis and complaints may bo refurred.j INSPECTOR M'OONALD'S REPORT. It Shows a Dsireaae la Coal Production While tb Death lint Advanoee. Miue Inspector McDonald has com pleted his annual report for 1893. It is mi elaborate one covering every de tail, and hIidws much hard work It shows a total ooul production for the yuiir to ho 5,629,914 tom, or an d -crease of 99,816 lone compared with the vear 1898, Thy fatalities left ISO widows and 100 orphans. Tiie number of days worked in 180o was 180 'i'i, as against 808 00 in 180','. The table shows the nuiiiber of fata! accident.' to hive been 84, and tho non-fatal 178. In 18!') there were "ill lives lost and 168 more or less H -riously injured. The inspector has classified the accident as follow: CAUSES OF ACCIDENTS ago and has resided hero ever since. He v n9 promine...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 February 1894

THE SCRAKTON TTUIiUNE-WEDN I SDA V MORNING. FEBRUARY L8. 1894. RULES FOR SINGER3. Ilow and When to Practice Avoid the Tremolo Pronounce DUtlmilj. Tho following rules lor Blagem luid flown in The Ktude are worthy of the at tention of omatears: o perfectly natural. Sing as you talk and read. All practice should bo Cuuo with medium pow r of voice, with out forcing. Forcing a voice moans ruining it forever. Practice must Iih regular, thoughtful and systematic, ex cept iu cases of sickness. (July miss practice when dinner is misted. Under ordinary circumstanoes there should net be less than an hour daily devoted to voice exercises. This should be divided into three twenties or two thirties. For these voice exercises, each ami every Vowel sound should be taken iu turn. Half an hour daily devoted to declam atory reading aloud and reciting, aapa cially of tho text of songs, etc, to be" Fung, will Ik-very well spent time. Prac tice standing t rcct before a mirror, and without any accompanime...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 28 February 1894

3 THE SCB ANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 28. 189. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report PriVfaJ Baking ABSOLUTELY PURE GORMAN'S granddepot HAVE Wow Open Their direct ininortntioti of US SPRING WOOLEN DRESS FABRICS LYONS SILK GRENADINES NOVELTIES IN FRENCH CHALLIES AND SATEENS, LACES AND EMBROIDERIES. OUR STOCK IS NOW THE NEWS Of I TOWNS Out of town eorreepaBdeatl otlll Turn I'M: should sUn their naoses in full tii eeob iiews letter, Dot fop publication uut to iruarii suuiust dceoiiiionJ PLEASANTLY SURPRISEO. Mr. And Embraces tho choicest poods for early jprini; an 1 summer. Pnrctassers of Silks an 1 Drms Fab rics will secure ureat alvanUge ia vis iting our store at this time. Experience of prnviona years dem onstrates that the choicest and most desirable fabrics are always sold early and not duplicated. The only way to appreciate them is to see them for yonnelf. Our descrip tion may be all very fine and very ex plicit, but there is nothiti? as satis...

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

Spring Trade, 11 is conceded4, will be rel atively brisk. Strait Sribuwe. Make it Doubly So by judicious publicity through THE TRIBUNE, fti z I EKJHT PAG'j--ou UUliD'HNS. SC RAXTON. PA.. THUB8DAY MOKMNti. MARCH I, 1804. TWO CENTS A COPY. LET Elf Elf II (T CIT1ZEI PUT iS n LIE BUklD SECURES THE QUORUM After a Struma or IfO Weeks His Hopes Are Realized. 90S THOMAS RAISES A BIG ROW Senato; Frye's Speech on the Ha waiian Chapter He Characterizes It as Discreditable to the Adminis trationA Gray Shadow Is Cast Across the Speaker's Pathway. Mr. Tracy and His Tally Sheet. ceived two despatohei asking that Btate troops be sent at ODD to the (em. Ha ordered Company K to hold itself in readiii"ss to move at A mo ment notice. The latest ia that a bloody battle ii ntijl being waged, Tba Payettenounty sheriff is at Eagle with a posse defending Wyant men. The governor will send militia uuder Major Bankl at 1 HO. 10-48 p. m. A telegram just re ceived MtrttvH that tii situation ia growing mora serio...

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

TIIE SCHAjSTON TmBUXE-TlIlJRM)iv.r SiORNlSTG, MARCH I. IS:)!. ONE GENT A Word. Want of all Macti onej thai muea, tx rrjit MfauttUnw Wanted, which arc inserted FREE. Situations Wanted. tflTl "AThWANTKU -BY A DKI 188 O maker to no out by the day. Adam A. it.. Tribune otuoe OrTUATION WANTED P.Y A 1'K At THAI, n diessiiiaknr. work either nt home or ant by the du or week. Address, Miss Esther llonlleld, 111(1 Rook street, Hyde Turk, atru ton. " . ifTASTED- SlTl'ATIoN 1'Y A Ki I.1AP.LK V rounfl num. Reasonable wage Ad drees 'TP' Tribune office. CirUATlOM WANTED BY A VoU.nu E5 man who is willing to do my kind of wo k;sge, Ufi fair penman: can furnish good reference, Address at o. (Poet office i.serun ten. BY A YlH'NU MAN IN 1)1! Y 11UOD8 OB grocery store, or some bualnsss where he could work "up. Bone experience, good refer eiice. will work cheap. Address P. O. box Montrose, Pa, Agents Wanted. i" ANTED MAN WITH LIFE AND FIRE insurance expenenen as so'l-ito.' in Lackawanna county; ,t.sd ind...

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

t TTTE SCTtANTON TRTBUXE-THURSDAY MOBNING. MARCH 1. 1894. STELLE &SEELEY PS FRQ1 WEST SIDE MR. J. L. STELLE will continua tha business under the tirm uuuie of btelle & Seeley. THF. KVKR POPlTLATt WEBER and SHAW PIANOS IN UltlCAT VARIETY, ALSO PIANOS AND ORGANS EMERSON PIANOS Popular, reliable and witbiti your reach. HALLET & DAVIS PIANOS Have taken over 100 first premiums hi the past titty years. Ot:ior maks of Plan-vi. Four males of Organs In beaOtlful uew deniiiifc See our ftock beiore buying. Wo have the goods. Uur prices are nkjut- lively Ihuitf m lbs BiS6ic hue. STELLE k SEELEY IS4 Wyoming Ave., Scranton. Pi BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE GENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INIT1US G.. E3. & Co , ImprinlH on E ioh Cipr Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. i in 1 Hul '.' 'K- DR. H. 3. WARE! SPECIALIST. EYE. EAR, NObE A.NU TI1BOAT. OFFICE HOURS : iSPTWl!k 35 WYOMING AVE PERSON AL. R. Mr Bailey, of Wiiliatnsuort, is at the Wyoming. Martin Haloney, of Philadelphia, was in...

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

THE SCKANTON TIIIHUKK -TIIUKSDAY MO!?NING. MAT5CH J. 1894. SCRAKTON TRIBUNE F. E. WOOD, General Manager. PtntMMII DAILY AMI w ikki.v in KrnAS in, Pa., hy The 'Jiiiuum POSUUUM CVhpa.nt. New Yon Omen: Tiiiiicne BUILBIFOi Frank P. cituy. Manaofr. EVrtrcd oi ihr Pottofflei Srfowlo. Pa Sfccokd-CTMI MM) Mlatttr. THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. EOBAKTOR, MARCH l, 1894. Affatttfar falftd beOM$$ he VHtiUd fur things to "turn up." Tk$ MOOMluJ man R01MQBVS (timi tni, in '. Hil WW i.'f tftl prMt,' ail .Wcrum, jirinter s ink and kit rward, tceattsattdbih. There's no proof likt trying. OP DOUBTFUL UTILITY. In his Intent iinnivil repnrt Secretnrv of Ititern:il AITnirs Stwnrt renew the Bftntnrotia Uvor,ettbf of n Penn rylvanla railway L-oiy.mission, or of a railway bureau to takesaehsnptrrision of tbe manaitvmt&i ami riwlntsnanes of th ?7? ataatn ami 820 street railways that are either ii opsritiou or in pro cess of construction in this state, M TTOUld insure grSttsr a.tfety to pasncn i;r miJ emrU'Veii. ...

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