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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 3 March 1894

THE SCT? ANTON TBIBTJNE SMITH DAY 3IORNING. MATCOIT 3, 1894. A NOTE OF WARNING. mere had never been I beginning at lenst tunt wo oonld retnember. Binoc wo hml known ourselves Hulh and I had kuowu and loved each other. Together we hail played mi the siuuls wln'U We were WO littlo t but ciu'h mil' Wail can to tlioutlii'i-. Together we baa toddled, band in harid, to thu private aehool and tanntend arm in arm to the Foundation. Together wo hail Failed within the retreat o( thr u arbor anil then over the rolling bar into the r.nk bound bay, until we dared venture on the mighty turgee of the Atlantic and hud tt'stod and proved our blood by l ircuni Yi v the island. And when I left for the mi' rsity (here had been no ooauetrv, no doubt. "Hod turn which was eiwhrined in a blue cabinet on the mantel of our study, just as I did. Ruih knew all about hiui too. Why, uiv letters aud our talks had been full of him for years. Was that not natural, since bo was my hero, as she was my darling? Betide...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 3 March 1894

10 THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 9, 1S94. Dedicated to Miss Rosa Mandell. "ONLY A YEAR AGO.' Words by WHITE-MELVILLE. Mufric by ETTA DICKSON. P : k. w " 1. It came with the mer - iy 1 2, it nev-er can bloom aa y IB S S EE9 I f 4 Mist :irZMi - as 'rr-' i . -,4.1. p t I E 3EEE3 sgi 3 H Muv, love, it bloomed with Ihe Ban y )vini', In a tnoroj low, Pot the plough hath pansed o ver the (spot, And the -j -1 Hr f " i? 1 - - 1 -, . jLLL-- p pg , I i-A-- e y H 1 n t N 1-. thought it would Inst for a life, gone like ;t tale (but is told, love, But it wont with tlio win tor's love, Liko a dream it bath lluet - ed, al . H - J 4 rgfj j-jj Jj J 1 V . J i - 11 11 m imi 1 - 1 : $f a tempo. 'VJ'' " 1 " -r I snow; . On ly a year a go, tbo' 'Twas on . ly a year a - go ' . m Klip - 1 - dy - iuj; year's dt cay, love. It heigh ten ed the tad - iu' time, fur TOW hath left its sears, love, In the place where the tlow -ers are not.., I Tis ' i iL-5- -gsJ-jf5--- (2PP-J-2. Copyright, 1893, by ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 3 March 1894

THE 'SCRANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 8,' 18H4. m jjjfHJ I QUOPCCn DfUlTU 0 hels'the favorite upon whom tto American the leading actor, but it Is upon such a man iii.it it will tx' bestowed. 1 don't mind saying, however. Hint 1 think his claims Cor ththonor aro very strong, and not unlikely to prove successful Though an BnjItohtflftA by birth. cxander Eelvini, Louis j'; mes and Kieiiard all his professional success has boon achieved Opinions Expressed by Eminent Thea trical Managers en the Subject. Mansfield's Prefects--Tha Fickleness Pubiio Favor Y.ra"--er Whitcsidcs as D-vrk Hon:. . Who will mooted Edwin Booth as tbt load-' Ins American tragedian? A Question easily kod, but m which the oaprioo of public favor and the ilckl" fortune of the stage ren der exceedingly difficult to answer. Ppon the dramatic horizon many stars are rising, hut which of them will achieve the plaooof first magnitude is a problem thai o.iiy tiio future can solve, in the meantime, there is no lack of...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 3 March 1894

12 THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 3. 1894. Bcecham's pills arc for biliousness, bilious headache, dyspepsia, heartburn, torpid liver, dizziness, sick head ache, bad taste in the mouth, coated tongue, loss of appe tite, sallow skin, when caused by constipation ; and consti pation is the most frequent cause of all of them. Book free; pills 25c. At drucfstores.or write B.F.Allen Co.,36 Canal St., New York. GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT Modes HE NEWS OF NEARBY TOWNS AND Fabrics Our Fashion Monthly. Describe-; and contain the Leading Fashions. Latest Dress Materials. Stories, An ecdotes. Humorous Illustra tions, Valuable Information. Elevating an. I Pleasing Reading tor the Home to tuose cur store GIVEN AWAY who call tor it at We are sole agents in Scran ton for the sale of English Skin Food ,1151 Prica $1 Per Box. Clean vour Kid usinc: Gloves by Cleansoline Instantly removes S POTS or stains without injury to the Finest Fabrics. Kid Gloves. White Shoes, Silks, Laces, Woolen Goods...

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

LY ONLY 27 navs hays wit mn -r- NT T W W '-V SvS- ONLY ONLY I 27 DAYS DAYS I, i EKillT PAGES--5G COLUMNS, SCR ANTON, PA., MONDAY MOilMMI, MARCH 5, 1804. TWO CENTS A COPY. D THE TO 7 II 1.1 MP' MP TO ME 1 an LTU B) P ira y TiZEiS RDSEBERY MADE PRIME- MINISTER Summoned to Windsor by QMn Victoria am! Given Mr. QMstOlVs PosiliOl. JUST WHO THE NEW PREMIER IS Brilliant Achievements, Profound Scholarship! Varied Sympathies ami a Largs Experience with Man of An Countries snd Conditiona Constitute His Claim to the Most Influential Trust in European Poll tics Interesting Study of the Man Who Nw Virtually Dominates the Old World. likely to oarry the marks of theetrugttle i to ins grave. "The only reiutou why I was not used up completely," he said, "wit beuause t held him by my im-th until he cried for werey " SEARCHING rOR rv, UKOVVNE. BotUeh Polios Would Uke lo Interview the K.uuv Dflnieter, London, March i rite p iHoe are looking for the iiv. Witliaut Browna, paator of a diseennnu church In ...

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

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE MONDAY MORMN(,. MARCH 1891. ONE CENT A Word. U'nnfso all MNdt red UuU muea, Kf reif &'if notion WaittowfcWk nr iitrrfd 7fAX Situations Wonted. SITUATION WANTED AS TBAM8TKK. i Addrwi P. B iu I'.T. st court, city. U - an mi posit n. hkkmanemt oh traveling; hardware uieferred; fatuir h r with archlticts' plana, stock . lork. soliol tor or collector. Address "Mlaowton, isi M. nros e, Min i.Mtsi'Ss WANllXti A LADY FOH I washing IOU street or office cleaning, nil 41.. Oib s1 s1 wanted hv a dkbmb by t lto my. A.o.ares a !1TUAT1UN maker to no out (.!.. Tribune office OITVATION W A X TED B A PRAI Tli'Al. c' ilri'Miiiukfr. work cither t homo or out by toe day or week Address. H'vs blather BotiMd, iu Rook (Street, Hyde Park, Bcru ton. lITt'ATION WANTED HY A YOUNG until who is willing t do My k mil or wot k; ago, is; lair penmm; can rornun w reference. Address A 0. (Port OWo),8cf A YOUNG MAN IN' 1K OOOD8 OB J) grocery store, or otuo basin whore h eonM work up. Boom etpe...

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

TTTE SCT? ANTON TKTTiTJNE-MONDAY MORNING. M AH CI I 5. 1 89 I. STELLE&SEELEY NEWS FRQBI WEST SIDE MR. J. L. STELLE will continue the business under ti. lirui name uf fctelle & Seeley. THE EVER POPULAR WEBER and SHAW PIANOS IN QBEAT VARIETY. ALSO PIANOS AND ORGANS EMERSON PIANOS Popular, reliable ami within jyour reach. HALLET & DAVIS PIANOS Hsve taken over 100 Brat rretnlums nt the past tlfty years. Ol'jor rrmkos of PUnni. Four ms.f?.s nf Organs iu beautiful new Assigns. Sea onr Mock betore buying. We bare tho goods, unr prleas are rigb.li Everything in ihe Biuuic bun. STELLE k SEELEY :S4 Wyoming Ave, Scranton. Fa, BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS THE GENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G. B. & Co , Imp-lntM m Earn C'flsr Happenings of a Cay That Will Interest Hyde hrk Road in. FUNERAL OF THOMAS J. DAVIES A Large Number of Sorrowing Friends Attend the Funeral of a Popular Young Man Death of Sarah Morgan, Wife of Isaac Mor gan Wm. Sweeney's Foot Crushed. at the Janua...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 5 March 1894

THE SCTR ANTON TI?IHTJ.N"R MONDAY MOHNINO. MATICII lSDf. SCRANTOiN TRIBUNE F. E. WOOD, General Manager. rrni.lSHEH DAILY AM) WEEKLY IN ScnA ton. Pa., uy Tut TmIBOKI Hlui.isiiino COUPANT. New York Omor.: TRIBUH Buildino, I'HANK B. Uiiay. Manauer. Eutered at the runtujjh-e at Scranton. Pa., at Betoad-CIa foil Matter. 1 HE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. SCRANTON. MARCH :.. 1801 Ihe jir.-t year oj i 'UreianaVt second pret idtntll ended yette.dar, amid the humilia tion of k(l party, the drpremion of hi toyal countrymen and the ecstasy of Hie re-instated Confederacy. It is yet Una to be duly ret gutted that America sustained a national lasi when DanUl Manning died, and tool: into the yi aee with hint the trains of the Democratic party, THE liRIDGE ISSUE. At the lust mttttlng of select ioiiU''il there was a spirited contention us to the minner of estebltenlnB tn legal machinery necessary to procure thoaii proaches to the propoatd now DriiltfBS. One lid, led by Mr. Sanderson, insist ed that the city aut...

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

THE SCI? ANTON TIM KUNE-MONDAY MORNING. MARCH o, 1894. SlillilEgiliHII9liBIII!IIIEI9IIIIIiailllU i Pip e Valves m Ittlll; BARREL M GOES IIP Terriflc Explosiou al the Works of the Mcosic Powder Company. 5! ONE KILLED AND TWO S7 u THE SCRANTON SUPPLY AND MACHINERY CO. a lllilltillHlllllllfUlllllliilIlill9litR Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE .20 Wyoming Avenue Lackawanna THE 08 Penn Ave. Laundry A. B. WARMAN. Very Choice Line of WASH GOODS NAINSC&K CHICKS DIMITY MAR ATI A DOTTED SWISS SATEENS AND GINGHAMS. MARS & HAGEN'S, 415 Lacka. Avenue. Carpets, Wall Papers, Window Shades, Draperies, Mattings, Rugs, etc INJURED WILLIAMS & McANULTY. 127 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. Hlne Gran will b the attraction ut the Academy this evening.' Yesterday' sprint; weather brought out a large number of pedestrians. Miss Hannah Jenkins ami Jeunid Jlur IMiis returned from New Yon;. Frank Cnabman's Bljon theater, form erly Haste hull, Will be opeued to the pub lic this afternoon for tne rtr.t tim...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 5 March 1894

THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING. MARCH 5. 1894. LIVE NEWS OF TWO P1TTST0NS The BOBAinOH Tin bunk's rittstnn de pnrtmflDt is iu cliart of J. Si. Kahy, to vrbom newu items mid couipliiiuU may bo referred. CN ELOQUENT SERMON. Father Fir.ueu Delivers a Sorm. n on th Mirnrle i cf God. At the lilt-' m;8. m St. Jobn'l church yesterday, Very Rev. Father Finnan delirered u gi-rinnu winch w pro cUimul ty everybody fortunate enough to lu;ir it, "oiu' of bit grandest i IT irti " The reverend father took for Inn text, John vii-r: At that tine Jeans went over t tie hph of,GAlilee,whioh is that of Feberlai an i a great imiiti tnde followed Him beeaase they saw the mirsoles which He ilM on thmu that were diieated, Jesus therefore wnt up into the monntain, and there lie sit with Hli deolples. Now that the .'rtso'n. the festival day of the Jews, was near at band, when Jeans therefore had lifteii np Hit eyes ami, Beeing that a vry ureat multitude cnmetb to Him, He laid to Philip: 'Whence shall w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 5 March 1894

THE SCEATsTOX TKIBUN E MOX DAY MORNING, MARCH 5. 1894. 7 MORPHINE ANTIDOTE. DR. MOOR'S STARTLING PROOF THAT HE HAS CONQUERED THE POISON. I Parmanganata of Potash Damoastiatss its Mastery Over Morpliino of 1111 Kijual i Amount PoIkous, No .Mutter How Ad- j mtuUtered. Reach tba Mommli. Dr. William Mcmr, i tie disoovtraro! till? j rjfvv antidote fur morphine, li experiment itijf with strychnine, cocaine and other poisons. Dr. .Moor lms demonstrated by staking hit life upon it that the permanganate will instantly counteract all the poisonous effects of morphine. When he took three grains ot thu poison, against the protests of 18 physicians, he demonstrated not only the tucceas of his antidote, which he took lmmeojiataly afterward! but proved that it was a new discovery to tbe medical profis- Job, Dr. Moor is 28 years old. He is tull, with a black mustache aud a restless, en ergetlG maimer. He has all the enthusiasm of an inventor. Poisons are bis playthings and exoerlment bis amusement,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 5 March 1894

8 THE SCKANTON TIUBUKE-MOtfDAY MOTlNTNGf. MATtCII f. 1894. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report. rowder GORMAN'S .. : :;D DEPOT Modes AND Fabrics Our Fashion Monthly. Marcli Kumbsr Just Out fHE NEWS OF NEARBY WIS out of town oorropin i''it of Tin Tutu Das nhould sign thuir names m tall to eson news letter, not for pablloatlon out to guard gainst deception.! Describes and contains the Leading Fashions, Latest Dress Materials, Stories, An- ecdotes, Humorous Illustra tions. Valuable Information, Elevating and Pleasing Reading for the 1 lome. GIVEN AWAY to tho who call for it at our store. We are sole agents in Scran ton for the sale of English Skin Food Price $1 Per Box. Clean your Kid (iloves by using Gleansoline Instantly removes SPOTS or stains without injury to the Finest Fabrics, Kid (iloves. White Shoes Silks, Laces, Woolen Goods, Car pets, etc. lias no bad odor; never leaves a ring, on cloth after using. Price 25 cents par bottle. MINISTERIAL MTIHG. Progr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 6 March 1894

ONLY ONLY 26 m DAYS DAYS txmn 4 jrSOGS&IBBSato 4 1 v Ay shv . aa. wflkw a a A .: -MKiftssx iSte-TSk-. .-..;?MJeW&' -m ama Ia a. a a a. . dk ONLY ONLY 26 DAYS DAYS EfOJIT PAGES--.-) ; COLfcMNS. SCRAKTON. PA.. TUESDAY MOKNINii. .UAK(II (!. ISiM. WTH FEE rape (We toe D) 1R1 y nt re THE TWO CENTS A ( OI'Y. HI THOSE Bui THE NECESSITY II DRY IOWA 1 Free Alcohol Petition Presented by Senator Cockrell. SEIGNIORAGE POT BACK ft DAY The Famous McG.u-rahn Claim Bobs Up Serenely An Eventless Day In the House Mr. Cannon and Mr. Black Amuse the Audience with a Gentle Tilt The Pension Appro priation Bill Lags. Washington. D. C, March 5. THE senate committee spurt two hours today in open session and one hour in executive suasion. The famous McGarrnhsn claim came up in the shape of a bill (the first on the calender) to refer it to the com luittee on private land claims, but it Wfot over till tomorrow without ac tion. Petitioua einanatinz from the Iowa Pharmaceutical society against an in crea...

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

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING. MARCH (5. 1894. A Word. Wants of all Hdi 001 that MUCA, e. -ffjif Situations llVinfaf, icitci on Inserted FRKX. Situations Wanted. SSFCXSicS'vaStbdby' acabi S bt 10 maker and carpenter taaforalturostore or whore, needed, ViUiiiu to make himaoii uwtnl. M 1) B . .'ill Hyde Park avenua.oity, QITUATION WANTl.li AS TEAMUTBR i AddresiP. B , 118 Forest rourt, city. UrA.NTED- POSIT OK PERMANENT OB traveling; hardware preferred; fundi lar with architects plans, stock clerk, solid tor or collector. Address "Middlcton," 421 M .nroo avenue. WANTING A LADY FOR or office olesnlng', call 416 Gib 1)1- liSci.NS 1 wMbini SOU KtrtM't. UlTt Al'lON WA.NTLl) MY A DRESS n maker to ko out by tho day- Adores a. O.. Tribune office. QITUATION WANTED BY A PRACTICAL i? dressmaker, work either nt homo or out by tho day or week. Address, Miss Either Bond ski, tun Hook street, II yiie Prk, Scran ton. , ciTl Al'ION WANTKU BV A VulNli O man who is willing to do eny kind oj wo'k;...

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

THE SCTRASTON TIUBUXE-TUESDAY MOIHSTKG. MAT1C1I . STELLE &SEELEY NEWS FROM WEST SID MR. J. L. STELLE will continue the business under the lirm nume of Stelle & Seeley. THE EVER POPULAR WEBER and SHAW PIANOS IN "HEAT VARIETY. ALSO PIANOS AND ORGANS EMERSON PIANOS Popular, reliable and w ttbln your reach. EALLET & DAVIS PIANOS Have takon over ion first premiums In llu past llf ty year. Otier mslcea nf P1artvi. FVrnr msV rr Orpins in beautiful uew rlostgus. Hre onr nock betore buying. We bare the goods. Onr prices are rig DA Everything m Ui tuusic iiu STELLE k SEELEY 'S4 Wyomlno Ave.. Scranton, P EMU OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE GENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G., B. & Co., Iiriprintoit nn Ewnh C'fiar Happenings of a Day That Will Interest Ilyde Fark Bttdttt ! I ONLY Qfl DAYS. U1NL1 Ui JJi 1 DEBATING SOCIETY OFFICERS Elected and Installed at a Meeting Held Last Evening Special Music at the Washburn Street Presby terian Church To Ascertain Num ber of Public Schoo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 6 March 1894

4 Tire SCR ANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MOKNING-. MATCCH 0. 1894. SCRANTON TRIBUNE F. E. WOOD, General Manager. rcm.iBBEn n.vn.T and WWTIiY in Hi-kas- rPN. PA.. BV Tllli 'llilllUXB tUBUSHINO CoiiPANr. New York Ornor,: Tnino.VB Ecildiso, Frank s. Ghat. Manaokr. Ivtered at the Pottofflce at Scranton, Pa., Second-Clou Hail Hatter. THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. SCRANTON. MARCH S, ISM. "When (An iron iV hot, strike," says the provtrh; vMoAj briny translated, mi'iiiis when bridges are uncommonly cheap'don't ttand upon the order uf vlosiny a youd bargain, NOW SPEED THE BRIDGES. By a happy compromise, suztfestoil by City Solicitor Torrev, dtfferonoes os to th method of proceeding toward the actuRl work of bridge construction hnve bean harmonizjd, and the joint committee of council, at n time when it was feared thero misht be del iy, has been enabled to move expeditiously forward. It has been decided to rec ommend the procuring of the newer approach to tli structure that is to span the Roaring Brook, leavi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 6 March 1894

THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING. MARCH G, 1894. 5 mimiiHiiflDiiiBHiftUftiiimmiiiiiiiiiK! Pipe ill REFORMER Valv es Fittings s THE SCRANTON SUPPLY AND MACHINERY CO, X)IIIIIIHIllllllimillHltllllltlBlili? Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE i20 Wyoming Avenue Tells Dim nor 3 Couacil How ttia Affairs Should Bs Conducted. TEMPLES OF JUSTICE GALGRH Turnpike Corporation a Band of Pir ates Mr. DujrR.-in Was Always Soli;! on tho Sewer Question, and a Borough Solicitor Caused the Mud dle -An Additional Police Force and Other Items Recommended. Luck THE r08 Fenn Ave. nna Laundry A. B. WARMAN. Very Choice Line of WASH GOODS NAINSOOK CIIICIvS DIMITY MARZATIA DOTTED SWISS SATEENS AND GINGHAMS. MEARS & HAGEN'S, 415 Lacka. Avenue. pet s. Wall Papers, Window Shades, Draperies, Mattings, Rugs, etc. WILLIAMS & McAtWLTY. 127 Wyoming Ave. CITY iOTES. FAix Morris, leading man with tho late Rosina Vokea, will bo ut the Academy of MnMe this evening. George Wnldou, who ia taking a course in den...

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

1 m THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING. MATICH 6. 18f4. LIVE NEWS OF Tl PITTSTONS The Sciunton Tmuunk's Pittstoo 4s parUnant is in charo of J. M. Fiihy, to whom uuws items aud complaints may be referred. A RED LETTER IKY. A Split in the Oir,ulzation of the Council. Y-sterlny wan a red letter Any in the history of Pittsttm politic. Thtrly morning ran ray had scarcely ens', their reflections over the town when citizens, oandldatM and oflicfrs might have been s'n wending their way in the direction of Water street, on which i Inc ited the town hall, where the or Rtnilatlon of ilie new council it was supposed would be effeoted, The borongh or linanOH sUt that the new council iliall meet at 10 o'olook on the first Monday of M;ircii of o.ich year, and organise by tooting clviir mra end secretary, aud proceed as soon us convenient to the election of other officers. For some yew it has been onstoo irv for the old 0 tancil to meet botwou 9 end 10 o'olock on the first M mlav of March to di...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 6 March 1894

TIIT3 FCRANTO!Nr TKTBUETTTEROAY MORNISTG. MABCH ft. 1S94. MONEY IN THE MAILS. MISTAKES MADE, THEFTS PERPETRAT ED AND REMEDIES SUGGESTED. I Carulcssnrs lu 1:1,; IIi;(-Iii.m Conoaroa. Honesty of Woim-n lf partint-ut li-rks. OllJoCtloM HuImhI to a Proppeeil rontul Currency. Twelve hundred letters without ;i word en the outside ol the unvelopea reach thi- ly a remarkable tact that three nre among the most pTevloUl missives lost In the iiinils. oontalning the most valuable Incloauraa. .Ahu rule, they ore from buaineuR men in hi;; citios. it in inppoaed that in many onset the lenders are Interrupted when about to idilnvs tlirm. Thu liny nmtti in, svifw them off the offloe desk, carries titomnway to the Doatofflce or liter box 'mil drops than in without noticing that the on Tel opes iiru blank. Not long ago an envelope containing (4,000, without address or writ ten InclosUrS, oame in nnioriK the, deiul lettefa. Thu inn ws bnnk notes, Thu Chicago man to whom it belonged got it back after mu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 6 March 1894

8 THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE -TUESDAY MORNING. MARCH C. i894. GORMAN'S MM DEPOT Modes AND Fabrics Our Fashion Monthly. March NumDer Just Out Describes and contains the Leading Fashions, Latest Dress Materials, Stories, An ecdotes, Humorous Illustra tions, Valuable Information, Elevating and Pleasing Reading tor the I lome. THE NEWS OF y E PUS rout or town oorreeponnenti if tub trih- DMaboalaoupi their nameo in full to oino news letter, not for publication oiit to euard !-s.-l del tO t.lOL' our store. CtIVSN AWAY who call for k at We are sole audits ift scran ton lortiie sale of English Skin M Price $1 Per Eox. Clean your Kid Gloves by using Geansoiie Instantly removes SPOTS or stains without injury to the Finest Fabrics, Kid ('doves. White Shoes Silks, Laces, Woolen Goods, Car pets etc. Has no bad odor; never leaves a ring on cloth alter using. prica 25 cants psr bottle. FOREST CITV NEWS. The Hustling Smq :iel i:m. Count; Towa Written Up Gracefully. 8ptkU to the ScmntoH IWbiiea Forest Cit...

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