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

THE M'MAKTON TJilUUNE-TlU' HSDAY MOHNlNGr. MAKCII 1. 1894. r I mm awes ittings S it Will Be (iiv.n at the I Mi B Theatre By the Bund n Frothinbaiu lusic Society. 5 ! CHORUS OF FIIIS fSSD VOICES I THE SCRAiMTON SUPPLY I AND MACHINERY CO, nmmiiiiiiiunidniHi imiiisiiiiiiifl Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue Lackawanna THE JOS Fonn Ave. Laundry A. 6. WARMAN. Very Choice Line of WASH GOODS NAINSOOK CHICKS DIMITY MAKZATIA DOTTED 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 XOTKS. The Cantata a Work of High Character Story Based Feast of Belshauer and truction of Babylon The Will Be Accompanied By Full Orchestra. Mut on the ileal the Do- Singers Bauer's The select council will meet in regular sesMon this evening. "The. Ktrngfjle of l.ifo" will be repeated at tho Academy this evening. All salaried employes of the citj will re ceive thei...

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

0 TI1E ANTON TRIBUNE -THURSDAY MORNING. MARCH 1. 1894. LIVE NEWS OF II PITTSTONS The Son anton TMBOirefl Pittaton de partment li la charje t J. M Pnhy, to whom newi Items mo oomplaloti may bo referred, SQUEFZtO BETWEEN CARS. William Pabus liahavh Va!ly Em plora Fatally I' jard. William Palanea Lehigh Valley rail road car Inspector received i: juries yesterday morning that malted lu his death, Tim accident occurred about 8 o'clock yesterday morning In the vi cinity of Cozton yard Paleus it ap pear boardo l a utornlog train for the purpose o( riding to the yard, lie bad partially succeeded when a car stand ing on another traok oaoght bin The l pace between tho oart wii s am .11 that ho (Ml fairly iqaeeied to death. (V hen the morning train bad passed on some persona who hud wituesiel the occurred harried to the spot and plotted him up. Tho nnfortunate man wa plaoed aboard an engine and taken as tiniokiy poetiblo to iho Pittston hospital, bat hi spirit 11 d a tew minutes after reaching...

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

THE FCRANTON TTtlKUNK-TlIUllSDAY MORNING. MARCH 1, 1894. DRESSING THE HAIE, PREVAILING STYLES FROM WHICH TO SELECT A BECOMING MODS. J'.uiign ii Thing r tiic PmI - soft Waved l.umlntui and ClOM Fringe! An Pop ular -Tli r.inplrc style - Whin l.ntttiulf For Selecthin. Numbered with noticeable changes in f.isliiou is tluit which iilTivtM the (buss ing of the hair. The bans that has out lived bo many nations la al length n thitg of tlui past The f lahion of wear ing the hair falling over the forehead has now bwn in existence for nearly SO years, nml d nring that period great changes in the uppuirazu'ti of the fringe have taken nliuv. so imnh bo that tlu original idea of simply placing a f'w oft Lutirs carelessly over the forehead In order to (4vi great r softness to the face has been disregarded altogether, Tho frint has been gradually giving plaoe to softly waved Wi:idtiux, uudthe bandeaux ;uv frtvping gradually lower down, until the return stvms Imminent to the pnffed and wared bandeau...

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

THE SCR ANTON TRTBTJNE TIT LIT? SD A Y MOTlNlNO. MARCTI 1. 1894. RHEUMATIC SciatiOj sharp and aliooting pains, strains and weak nesses relieved in one in n i ute by the CtrocuiA Amr Pain IYamkk. It instantly relieves weak, painful kid neys, back aclic, uterine i a i n s and weaknesses, OQaght, colds anil chest .pains. It PMMMttnt ner ' vous forces, and hence cures nervous pains and muscular weakness w hen all others fail. Price, c. : five, $1.00. At dfUgglstS or by Dul. PoTTM DatS) and Chum. Coar., llo.stuit. GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT HAVE Now Open Tbeir direct Importation of SILKS SPKING WOOLEN DRESS FABRICS LYONS SILK GRENADINES NOVELTIES IN FRENCH CHALLIES AND SATEENS, LACES AND EMBROIDERIES. OVR STOCK IS NOW Exceedingly Handsome And Embraces the choicest goods for early spring and sumnur. THE NEWS OF NEARB I TOWNS rrutnr town oorretpoaaents or Tun Turn I'nk should hIjii thuir n lines in full U null news letter, sol tar psbuwtloo out to guard mount douuiitiou.l ARC M 041 D NEWS NOTES....

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

In This Season Of house hunting, donM Wade through seas of mud. f6 ;I 29 wmilp li mtmm::- Try a Small "Al" iu our cent-a-word column iind make t li land lord oome to you. EKiirr PAGES-56 COIJ'MNs. H'KANTOX. PA.. FRIDAY MOBNING, M AIM II 2, I894. TWO CENTS A COPY. RE8T0RE CONFIDE ml Hi n si l IF BLAND S BILL PUSSES HOUSE Fifty Democrats Vote Ainst and Nineteen Republicans for the Measure. THE POPULISTS ARE SANGUINE They Expect to Run Things in I895 Senator Frye Announces the Cave in of President Cleveland's Hawaiian Structure 1 he Peculiar Position of the Member from the Lone Star State The Kearsage to Be Raised. T V 18H1KGTON. March 1. HE Bland seignorage bill passed yeas los, nays f."J. Bv the votes of tzaetlr the number that constitutes a qnornm of the hnue of representatives MM jreai and 13 nays, a total of 17!l the order Itftitiac debate upon the Bland selgn iorag bill was adoptet today on tin first roll call, and (he end of the long fight had practically cone. The re mainder of...

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

2 THE SO f ANTON T R I B UNE FR TT) A V MORNING, MARCH 2. 1894. ONE CENT A Word. Wants of all Mil til cost that much, ex cept Situations Wanted, which arc inacrtcil FACE, cm IATION 1' m:kT 1 m to out Situations Wanted. nuKN- vws7I,TxTiv'AvviiATv for 1 washing or office doming, call tl5 Glu SOU atreet, WANTP.D HY A l'ULSS liy tho itny. Aildros A. li.. I rililllle utile.' QITUATION WANTED HY A PR At TICAL O dressmaker, work .-itlior at home or put lv tho iluy or week. Address. Mi,- Kther Boofiald, ins Book street, Hyde Pwrki Scran too. TIT ANTED SITUATION BY A Hr LIABLE 1 1 young intiii. Reeeouablo Wagea Ad. dross "11" Tribune olllco. ciTUATioN wanted hy a younu O uih:i iviio ih wiUln : to do inj kind ol woikjago, 18: fair penman; ran furuiah good reference. Address at, 9. (Poet Offloe),Scran. tea. HY a YOUNG MAN IN DRV ROODS OH Hooory store, or aonio business whore ho could workup. Bo aits experience, good refer ence, will work cheap, Addraaa P. 0. box 7.', Montrose, Pa. Agents Wante...

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

THE SCI? ANTON TRIRUXR-FHIDAY MORNING. MARCH 2. 1-t. STELLE&SEELEV MR. J. L E TELLE will oontinna the buiiness under the Brm name of btelle 5c Seeley. THE BVBB POPUtiAH WEBER and SHAW PIANOS in QBBAT VAKIKTY. Al.su PIANOS AND ORGANS EMERSON PIANOS Popular, reliable and wit bin ryour reach. HALLET & DAVIS PIANOS Hive taken over 100 Qi'it premiums !. llae pHt tifty year. (Wier makes ef Pianos. Four msk. nf Oipan in beautiful new design See our MckJ belore buying. We have tho siood. tiur prious are right EvoryiUiuu iu (he juunc Uue. STELLE k SEELEY IS4 Wyoming Ave.. Seranton. t's. BEWARB OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE GENUINE POPUUR HU UM WMMIM I Mil Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITKIS HEWS FROM WEST SIDE G. B. & Co , fmrf'ni1 en Esojj Ctr Carney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. t -DR. H. B. WARE! SPECIALIST. EYE, EAR, NOSE A-ND THROAT. 1TO U.SO A.K. i.3UTO &.0U ML CFFICE BOORS : 35 WYOMING AVE. 6 ! PERSONAL. J. P. S ocker, of Jermyu, was iu th city yetterday. L. P. Weilemiiu, of Forest L'iiy,...

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

4 THE SCTJANTO"N" TKIBUNE-lIil DAY MOMUfR. MABCH 8. 189 1. SCRANTON TRIBUNE F. E. WOOD, General Ma nagcr. rtBLisnrn nAii.T and WISELY is BOHAIr TON. PA., UT Till '1KIUUNC FUULIBHINO CUMPANT. New York Oitior: TuinnNE Bcn.niNO, Frank 8. Ghat. Hanaokh. IWernf at thr PottaffiC at fi-run'nn. Pa., at Senmit-Vlatt Hail .Voder. THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. BCBANTON, MARCH 2, 1804. In this dajfO) keen cconomi, municipal M iff n, private, the good citizen who ill's- lihu muddy cvossingt can do a jn"bouI ac( by cfoanfao them, himself, as a volun teered contribution to the imblic.weal. . GIVE IT A TRIAL. Litiganta uud jurists nre eaally in terested in a bill now pamli ncr in congrem, under tho gnldsno of ltepre wntAtiT Bryan, of Xlrkn. It pro pose to amend itOtloo 801) of the ri vised statute by niidiiK tha words -"In civil cases the verdiot of three fourths of tho jnrora conititutini; th jury shall stand as tho Tirdict of the jury, and suoh a verdict shall havo the same force and effect as a unanimou...

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

THE SCKANTON TlilliTJNE Fill DAY MOBBING. MARCH 2. 1S94. sirnimiaiiEiiiiiHiiiiiiiiigmiafiisiiiu I Pipe I Valves 1 BM IT I Fittings I 3 THE SCRANTON SUPPLY AND MACHINERY CO, 5 l!llllllllHIIIII(inilllltellllllilillK Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE ?20 Wyoming Avenue Lackawanna THE 08 Penn Ave. Laundry 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, Window Shades, Draperies, Mattings, Rugs, etc WELSHMEN WILLIAMS & McANULTY. 127 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. The poor board will meet in regular sea-' lion this afternoon. The ?almon season oponed yesterday. On April 15, the tront season will open. TriE Tribune calendar blotters for March aro ready for distribution today. Companies B and C will play a tame of basket ball at the armory Saturday night, "The Strnzifle of Life" was repated be fore a fair sized audience at the Academy of Music last evening. The Ladles' ...

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

TI1E SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE-FR 1 1 AY MORNING. MARCH 2. 1894. FURS OF WILD BEASTS WHERE THEY ARE OBTAINED AND THEIR COMPARATIVE VALUE. Babbit Fur l or Hutu -Ituaalaii tYolfakiiia. Cliinvan Dogakin Robes- Animal of Cuii ailit anil Alaska Ilrvorcnce Ciivrn to Whitv Beasts. "White has always been consideroil a mark of distinction among tout," said a soologist. "Vim will Bud meution ol that laot in iho Bible, fifth chapter of Judges. (The Indian of tail ooantry need to regard a white buffalo bide as of exooptioaiJ ml uc, ami for one auch they would uivesov eral horsoa. Nowadays the aborigines of Alsska set such store by a white marten kin that they will pay five foxakins for it. Tim reverence with which white ah pbantsare regarded In Slam is well known. In Africa Kmn Cetewayo, who was sub dued by the British, kept a ben) of royal wbite cuttle. They were said to be very beautiful. The zebu, or sacred ox of In dia, is wbite. Blue, by the way, is most rare in mammals, the only species In which...

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

THE SCRANTON TRIBUTE-FRIDAY" MORX1XG. MARCH 2, 1894. OLD NEW ENGLAND. THE FIRST SETTLERS WERE HUMAN, LIKE THEIR DESCENDANTS. Tlio Puritan Wero Not Without Their PlSSSMfSS of a Worldly Cliurartrr TBSM Waa, IIowoTir, Very Little DiunUi'ii netta Heroes Ware Wholly Mortal. It ii not altogether ID rnsy thiiiK for lis to raallss that Um generations who ban h'n in-fore as iii lif' have ban Just snob Men ami women as WO OOnelvei ari', (lif- faring In ttielr aurroundlnga, ii'lr knowl edge and their habits, bntiossaeslog all the elements of pood and All, of weak ness mid itrength, which goto makeup human nature todny. Detptte the persist cDt Idol breaking of t lie times, the most of ni almost unconsciously ooptinue to set our heroes upon pedeatala and apart, and if it secretly (jriitilii -. ns, because it en hances our own self reapeot, It alaoahooki ns to be told now and again how wholly mortal they wen- that George Washing ton waa not sopretarnaturally good as the cherry tree incident would...

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

TITE SCKATfTON TIIIBTTNE FRIDAY INfOROTXa. MARCH 2. 1894. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Dwl Baking NERVES WERE UNSTRUNG. Mrs. Short Was Leading a Life of Misery. Until She Used the Great Remedy---Paine' s Celery Compound. ABSOLUTELY PURE Falfc GORMAN'S BRAND DEPOT Modes AND Fabrics Our Fashion Monthly. March Number Just Out Describes and contains the Leading Fashions, Latest Dress Materials. Stories, An ecdotes, Humorous Illustra tions. Valuable Information, Elevating and Reading tor the Home THE MEWS OF mm his easing to those our store. GIVEN AWAY who call for it at We are sole agents in Scran ton for the sale of English Skin Food Price $1 Per Box. Clean your Kid Gloves by using Oieansoline Instantly removes SPOTS or stains without injury to the Finest Fabrics, Kid Gloves. White Shoes Silks, Laces, Woolen Goods, Gar pets, etc. Has no bad odor; never leaves a ring on cloth after using. Price 25 cents per bottle. ftiufof town oosrssponflontei of Tm Tur...

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

ONLY ONLY 29 DAYS DAYS (Erimme. ONLY ONLY 29 DAYS DAYS TWELVE fG PAGE8--&4 SCIi ANTON. PA.. SATURDAY M()llIN(i. MAM II .5. 1894. TWO CENTS A COPY. 5 MOTHER MAGNIFICENT TWELVE-PAGE TRIBUNE TODAY, BJj HFUL OF BR GHTNE88 lid El ICIHEH 'INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION OF I STUDENT VOLUNTH I MOVEMENT fun FOREICN W15.510NS CUvfclnO GOES c DOCK Sessions of the Grand Army ol the Republic at Philadelphia. GRAND BANQUET LAST EVENING The Interesting Convention of War Veterans Closed Yesterday Offi cers and Delegates Elected Feature of the Closinrr Dinner Eloquent Orations Delivered Wilkes-Barre the Next Meeting Place -Commander-in-Chief Adams Compli ments the Department on Its Show ing. Philadelphia, March 8 JTIEN tii second day's session of tlii Grand Army of the Re public encampment was called to order tiul.tr. a reception was tendered Commander in-Chief Adauis of Bolton. The commander spok briefly, complimenting the de partment of Peuntylnanla 00 tlie ex cellent showing mad. Other business to ...

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

THE SCTt ANTON TIU BUNK-SATURDAY MORNING. MARCTI tt. 1894, SIS CENT A Word. W ants of all .sun's cost thai mxteh, e. re,"( clftuaHona f?anttd,witfck an inserted FAfi w Situations Wanted. AfEu-PduT on; pebmanentoh traveling: hardware weferrod; fannlr arifli un hiii i ts' nlana. stock clerk, solid t. r or ooThsetor. Addresa "Jliddleton,'' 4W Mou roe hvi'uu". DKBboSa WANTING A LADV POB 1 washing or office oteanlttg, Call 41, Gib uou street. SITUATION WANTED i.Y A KKKSS is mailer to go out ly tho day. Andrei A U.. Trillions uftio.. ' ItTATlliN WAXTKli LY A PRACTICAL lii -i.-ui iKi r. 'i'U tii.T at ti.-inour out be tho Ha ' or week. Address. Miss F.M her Bbnfieid, ins Rock it rest, Bydt Park, Bcran ton. CITUAT10N WANTED BY A Y017NQ D man who la willing t do my kind of Woiksnse, IB: fair pennant pan furnish good reference Address A u. (Post Oflee),anaAi ton. Y A YOUNG MAN IN UliY HOODS OK uroiviv store, or b m business where no ittld work up. Sum experience, good refer s1 nnce, will work ...

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

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 3. 18!M. STELLE &SEELEY NEWS FROfl WEST SIDE MR. J. L. STELLK will continue the business under the tiriu name of SStelle & Seeley. THE EVKR POPULAB WEBER and SHAW PIANOS IN 0 BEAT VARIETY. ALSO PIANOS AND ORGANS EMERSON PIANOS Popular, reliable anil within 'your roach. HALLET & DAVIS PIANOS Hcve takeu over 100 first premiums la thvpaat lifty year. Ot'.itir mnk of Piarnw. Four matt." ftf Organs iu brautiful uew donigus. See onr took before buying. We hate the goods. Our prices aru rigut. Every ihm m the kiusiv hue. STELLE & SEELEY !34 Wyoming Ave., Scranton. Pa. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE 6ENUINE POPULAR Punch Ci HAVE THE INITIALS fars B. & Co, ImnrlntPd nn Each Cigar Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr'9. i in it I lun i. U' !' DR. H. B. WARE SPECIALIST. EYE, BAB, ObK A-ND THROAT. I TO it. jo A.K, 1.80 To &.S0 t.U. OFFICE HOURS: 35 WYOMING AVE. PERSONAL. Miss Parah lie Lane is in New York. George W. West, of Mlddletown, ...

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

i THE FCRAIS'TOX TKI1JIJNE-SATTJKDAY MOKNTITG. iM A TIC II rj. 189 r. SCRANTON TRIBUNE F. E. WOOD, General Manager. rrm.Tsnrn daily am weekly in BcnAtt- T1N. PA.. UY Tllli TllIUUNB PUSUSHIHd Co. PA Nr. IflW VOHK OmOK: TlllMJNB UlTt I.HISO. I nANK H. Gh-ay. Manaofk. i'tKereil at the Po$tafflol at Scramkm, Pa., " 6fcvnil-Clais$ Hail Hatter- THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. BCBANTON, MAKCH 8, UM ti of a Sunday edition The Tribune on Saturdaus BOW prints a special turlee fage edition, with content! selected especi ui(; or fireside perusal. There is no better paper for the home than this magni- flent Saturday edition, which is screed to regular svtiseribem without extra charge, and which is for sale at all neU'S stands for the ordinary piice of (too e$nt$ per copy, THE FIGHT AGAINST VICE. At ii went session of tliw Presby terian Soci.il Tuioti of Pittatmrg) Rev. Dr. Joe?ph Strong of New York who, it m.iy be interesting to notr. in pais inc. is ft nephew of Judge Strong of Starrncca ami a first cous...

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

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 3, 1894. liiiiiiiiniiiiitai!i!iiiiiHii!2!iiiiiimii:l mm mm ' Pipe I Va NEEDY MUST WORK ves Fittin s I Ererj Oae Who Applies to Relief Agent Mrs. Duggan Is Ofared Employment I ! REQUESTS FOR HELP ARE FEWER a THE SCRANTON SUPPLY I AND MACHINERY CO, I iii)isiii)siia!i!isii!iii!iiii!'i!ii&iiei!; Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue Lackawanna .8 Fenn Avo. Laundry A. B. WARMAN. Very Choice Line of WASH (iOOJ)S NAINSOOK CHICKS DIMITY MARZATIA DOTTED SWISS SATEENS AND GINGHAMS, MEARS & HAGEN'S, 415 Lacka. Avenue. Carpets, Wall Papers, Window Shades, D rapenes, Mattings, Rus, etc. WILLIAMS & McANULTY. 127 Wyoming Ave. CITY KOTiSS. 1 The Scranton Press club will meet at:i.30 tomorrow afternoon. The water will be siiut otY tomorrow from Hyde Park from 8 until lo a. m. St. Lake's Sunday school will meet this week iu tbo church at J p. iu., instead of 12 m. No arrests were made by the polico yes terday, and In consequence ...

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

THWSCKANTON TRlBUNE-SATlTltDA X MOBNING. MAHCH 3, 18a WAR'S BRAVEST BIBS. EecoUoction8 icf Episodes - of , Heroirin by I:md and Sea. Btimiif CoiitritationB From. Capt. -A..:G.;P, Brown- Thomas L Kujselr Mnjortl.H. Pitz- J gibbonS-Eaeno Tery. 71 .is proposed in tlte series of papers, of which., tha Joltowiwj forms, the ciglUh, mber ('ir'ir .;." public. for 4kt first time and in aittheniitform, by-h large number of dietin ffuUhrd contributors, the stories of the most signal deeds of indrrUiual Aeraitm awl' self sacrifice unurring under their pi rsomil ob srrtalioa ichile in the senir?, either by lazid or sea. duriwi the war o'ISBI. The collection. if Am completed, vill form et s-pkndid monu meht lothe prourss.putriotism'and aMwhWMS meumunimity of tfu- Ameriran soUtier. Thus those heroes iro, by their i adMdval deeds of daring, added lustre and enthusiasm to the cmf!icts(mc in distinnuisfied and ethers in humliUrvU-icillfi:d their true place in the lorinannd udmirins hearts of a united...

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

TUB SCR ANTON TRIBUNE SAT U It DAY MORNING. MARCH ,i. 1894. 7 L IV NEWS OF TWO P1TTST0NS TllK Pt'llANTDN TlUHUNK'S PtttStOn 6 pun incut h in rhnv.v of .1. V. Knliy, to Whom news items an d complaints nay be referred. A Soli- tuaiiiil Donation. In accordance with tln rlestrs of A. E Brown, Chief Bngineer J. H. Mulitn, of tho lire department, distributed the amount set forth in the following lot tor among the several tire companies Inst evemug nt the Magorit engbA rooms, Pitiston, P i , March i. lsw John 11. Mnlhu. Chief Pittslon File De partment : Dxab Bib Bneloaed cbeck for $".' per mit me to forward to yon, as I donation io Iki uiatrlboted among tin companies who participated in extuis;tiiihint the tiro at my liouso Bond iy last At the s:me time 1 DM to express to the different OOOip ir.ies idt sincere thanks aril appreciation (or the prompt and afflcunt services rendered. Vuttrs respectfully, A B. Huowx. - (July twenty-nine clays. lV ! Q - n .-Stations Jury. The following citiz.'n...

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

8 TliJU ecltANTON TIUliUNE-SAx URDAY MORNING. MARCH 3. 18 )4. mi nit a 'i C : -NX. II J aA. v ; i '. '.Ah 4 ,' SSI- mu 'taw LOVE YOUR COUNTRY ! N ma K Mm. To you who have been thrilled by the strains of our national anthem! To you who have been uplifted by the sight of its scenic 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 Have Secured Him! and with him the grandest collection of Photographs of America, from Alaska to the Gulf, ever put between covers. And, mark you, HE SPEAKS 70 YOU from its pagestersely, succinctly to the point. It is the story of our mam 4f ,ML t mm, MMM t. Beloved Country ' rr' ji a -v. jui i i 9 I . ft. ! ,rn 1 - i ' ww mi " ... I E pictorially told ; and in it arc embraced original photographs not otherwise ob tainable, ...

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