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

SEE PACE 6 -1 B ? I EfUJIT PAGES-56 COLUMNS. SEE PAGE li SCRANTON. PA.. AVMDNKSDAY MORNING, MAIM II 7. 1894. TWO CENTS A COPY. 1 111TB FR P "IB UOH RULEW REFORM VOTERS SHO I DOWN TROJAN THUGS Are Coolly Assassinated While Trying to Stay the Cor rupt Tide. BOSSISM'S BRUTAL CLIMAX Municipal Revolt Against Murphyisiu Is Punctuated by Unparalleled Violence EMPIRE STATE'S GREAT SHAME Robert Ross and William Ross, Two Republican Watchers Who Endeavor to Thwart Democratic Repeaters, Are Shot Down in Cold Blood-Bat Shea, Regular Democracy Hench man, Arrested on Charj ot Mur der Malloy Elected -Great Excite ment Prevails Throughout the City. A Mass Meeting Will Probably Be Held Tomorrow Evening for the Expression of Public Indignation at the Outrage. with other and endeavored to effol 111! Ca hire. 1 CM not nv what bt came of McGouub, the excitement wan 10 ureal. " There were five candidates for mayor In today's eleettion, but Interest cen tered in the contest between Mayor Whelnn (Ind. Dam ...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 7 March 1894

THE SC It ANTON TKIB TINE-WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 7. 1894. ONE CENT A Word. HVitifa of all kind rot! tnat much, e.r reif Situations i'nntrl,trhkh are inserted Situations Wanted. 1? nniker and carpenter in a fiirniuirestore or where net il si useful. M l R Willintr to make :.u fiyde Park avenue,. niTUATIOM n Ad.lrcsi F. 11 , II I For WANTF.D AS TF.AMsTKH. st court, city. r ANTED- P08IT on. PERMANENT um travel ii: hanlwaro pioi. rrou. laiuu r u-itli .nvhltccU' I'l.llis. ttock clerk, sollol- tr nr collector. Address 'Middioton, 411 Monroe avenue, ukksons Wanting a ladv fob I washing r office cleaning, csU 410 llib Bon afreet. VITI ATION WANTED HV A DRESS Q maker to go ont by the day, Adores A 14.. Tribune olflce. m u O ITUATION W ANTBD-BY A PHACTH A I . c dressmaker, work either at home or out by the day or weak. Addreea, .iiis Bather Boafleld, LfB Book itrael, Hyde Pari;, Bcran ton. MTUATIOM WANTED BY A Yol'Nti man who is willing to do any sum or wo'k; ago, in, tair penmen: can iiuni...

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

TTTE SCTiANTON TBtBUKB WEDNESDAY MORNING. MA71C1F 7. 18;f. 3 EEWARE 'JF COUNTERFEITS THE GENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G... B. & Co., ImoHnM on Each Clqar. Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. CUVKT IICH m.: Ai.k DR. H. B. WARE SPECIALIST. EYE, EAR, NOSE AMD T1IROAT. OPFKR HOURS: UPfiUfo. 135 WYOMING AVE. DUN MOREL. It ii to be regretted that mob an etti eient servant of the pnblie us M. A. Taylor shnnld be retired from office. Dnrinjr hie nine years' duty a cmui cilwati be has been i leading Spirit in that body. Always on hand when dis cussions occurred and to his diligent labor can bo attributed a goodly por tion of the improvement made previous to the last year. His labors for the f M l K ! w . ,. ,., 1 li.iv. 1 a , l .1... lions of all, and even bin oppononts who fought bis electiou j bitterly and mccessfullv. paid glowiun tributes to his past career. Although Mr. Taylor' retirement ie deplored there is a satifaction in know ing that his place will be tilled by a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 7 March 1894

4 THE SCRANTQN TltTTJlWE- WE1VN BSDAT MOItNTNO. MATM'IT 7. 184. SCRANTON TRIBUNE F. E. WOOD, General Manager. rmi.ISHfl) DAILY ANP W8KK1.Y IN BOB l TON. PA., BY THE 'J KlUl'NE l'UULIMI.INO Company. New York Of-non: Thibitne Bni.nircn. FHANK 8. (iRAV. Manaoeil Littered at the Fmlofflc at fcranton. Pa, at DrremrtCta Mail Matter. THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. S'CRANTON". MARCH 7, IblU. Legislation, it is said, mm not ertatt wealth, but the lhimuenttie party, in it tariff and financial polieitt, it thawing how legislation ean destroy it. Doss CboKCB may b ablo to pUcato Boarka Ceokru, ulthouitu that is iloubtfnl. But ha willjnover bt able tn plaosta the Inntltbl pptite of his nbordioats riugiters when ODOS It be- coiqvr appartnt to thorn that th bos' 'pull" is waning. HbRI USM two Jreform that deaerve to be poailero.l : a ono-term president, with the oecapant ineligible to re elec Hon; and a constitutional ammlmut prohibiting tariiV tankeritii; oftenor than o:ieo in ten years. Fike-katku UlRKOr...

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

THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING. MARCH 7, 1894. S uiiBiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiii giaiiHiimiiiiiiiju Pipe II, C. 1IKII Valves I Fittings 1 s THE SCRANTON SUPPLY AND MACHINERY CO. E siimiiiiiiiiimiiimigiiitiiiiiiimiiiR A N I'ANB BAND rl We do It, w on DQYUj w INJ EC?K your oil shi Lackawanna TME "08 Penn Ave. Laundry A. B. WARMAN. NorrmanS Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue Very Choice Line of WASH GOODS NAINSOOK CHICKS DIMITY MARZATIA DOTTED SWISS SATEENS AND GINGHAMS, iS IN JAIL SCRANTON'S INDUSTRY TO HEARS & HAGEH'S, 415 Lacka. Avenue. & Carpets, Wall Papers, Window Shades, Draperies, Mattings, Rugs, etc A Serin too Broker Arrested for Embezzling $36,000 from a Bank. CAPTURED ON HIS WAY TO CANADA His Right Name Was Henry C Will rhaw and in 1891 Hp Was a Trusted Bookkeeper of the Unit?d States National Bank of New York -He Han a Brokerage Business Since Last September. Hurry C Watkins, who for the past til months hits occupied mi offlot in the Rant) building nn Wyoming ...

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

6 THE SCBANTON TRIBUTE WEDNESDAY MORNING. MARCH 7. 1894. SPRING TROTTING DATES Arranged W the Eastarn Pennsylvania Association Yesterday. Aiaentown, Pa., March 6. The Eastern Pennsylvania Trottiug assoeia tion met here today and arranged the dates for the spring nnd fall meetings The spring meetings vril 1 be held as follows: Bsthlehera. June 12 to 15; Wilkss-Barre. June l'J to Scranton, June 26 to 29. AUentown, Heading and Pottstowu decided not to hold spring meetings. The fall dates are: Scranton, Ssptem ber2 to 7; Wilkes Birre, September U to 14; Bethlehem, September 17 to 22; AUentown, September 25 to 23; R tad lug, October 2 to 5. The date of Potta town meeting was left open. The purses of the several places will bo 8,000 for each meeting. SKIDMORE'S TROUBLES. Marrlagi to the Wroug- Oirl to Prove a Failure. Mii.waI'KKK, Wis., March 0 Benja min Skidtnore, a member of the firm of Skidmore A Friedlich, was yesterday made defendaut in a suit for breach of promise. The plaintiff is ...

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

THE SCH AN TON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNINO. MARCH 7. 1S04. GET GOOD DIGESTION. Paine's Celery Compound the Greatest of Remedies. Influence of the Nerve3 of Various Diazes The Way Frank Bair of Chicago Regained His Health-Prof. Phelps' Wonder ful Prescription. (SEN Iff ' IT ' I ...... . VCc "sSVf ivt ' ' - Iaciimd care anil iUitis. incre.ue in sjntal itria. laaaantd physical U bor and iner:d mt::l wjrk, hrt been gradually (Witf na bo-iUs iri which tae atrroa ;ant prcdmi MtM, DuMS today ars as dilirent from 1 lirwuaea of eratafJF M i tlwr tratninf Whll the nwnrtx- ' :dal now doa nior nienul work. r ir not as wall a'ot to bear thi strsiu , u thT were. Xms-tentaa of as neither ear. sleep, xeriu, bath at rreate oar-l73 in i proper vrrr. t is all harry and tur- ! noil. Little r tt ao ronci care. When thedlbmi'n and tibrineof toe jlood the nntrttioas principals of tae )lood DMOflM ded:int in ttmtr rfia .ire proportions to tae other pirtaof .he blood, the health aif jr. Li ner- rous power be ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 7 March 1894

9 THE SCItANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING. MARCH 7. 1894. GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT WHAT IS A- BARGAIN? The dictionary answers with definitions. We answer by giv ing examples. Any one who in spects the following will never need to ask what a bargain is again. 25c. -'1-inch t-'hius Silk, all the ; Un colon ami black suitable for ilromos or fauuy work Would not have sold Mow 85 or 40c. if the m iker htul uot besu obli(t"l to rais uijtiay by sailing thsm at a lews. Ik 1.00 s yard- Navy liluo Storm Serge, luchiM wid all wool, tine texturo. fast and on fatliuK color. To reduce urtantitv we redno the uric, which regularly in Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Rofcl Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE THE NEWS OF NEARBY TOWNS 50c. We never did it before -sell this M inch, all wo 'I lustrous Black Serire for a peuuy less thau tio. a yard We only do it uow as a temporary bargain. The renowned Fletehsr Lace Stripe Scotch Ging hams, whish hare been imports! and sold to Am erica...

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

Bear in Min 1 That only TWENTY -POUR DAYS remain in which to secure a TRlBl'fC ?T clopedia. See page 6. fit-t4ri ;3&"" ?t i , i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii i '-iMKMS iv ii i i 1 1 1 1 r A.nt.irir are) The Part Of wisdom is to embrace such an opportunity before it eludes your grasp. See page G. EIGHT PAGES--. COLUMNS. M'li ANTON. PA., TIIUWSDAY MOKMMJ. MARCH , 1S!M. TWO CENTS A COPY. TfUl T WAY Tl U1 n UNT A n n kn u n IKE IS Tl AOVERTI IE FDR Til TO E BEST fmM wtdk SERIOUSLY ILL Caught Cold While He Was Walking Homo from Brooks' Club. IS NOT IN IMMEDIATE DANGER The Grand Old Man Contracts Cold from Exposure at Night, Is Seized with a Chill and Is Now Confined to His Bed-He Makes Light of the Attack, but His Physicians Are Apprehensive. I London, March 7. R. GLADSTONE la seriously ill us the result of a cbill. According to the statement merit made iu connection with the siekuess of the ei-preiuier.the latter walked home from HrookV club. No. 60 St. Jarues street, yesterday evening, after di...

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

THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH S, 1894. ONE CENT A Word. Wants of alt kinds mst that mm-h rcpt Situations Hon feci, ieiicA an FRSS. f.r- tnstriea Situations Wanted. SITUATION WANTED ISY DIU 'HOIST, lu nui esretlonoe; Hrst-claes rdMnm Address, QPll, lu care of Tribune omoe. O lTUATlON WAN FED BY A FI HST-CLASS l bookkeeper and stenographer; win -tart at moderate srageo: can furnieh references if needed. Address, J. 0 . Bos aw, CttT; cItTjatTos wanted by A cabinet maker and carpenter in it furniture store or where needed. useful. M 1) K, tViliimr to maka hlmselt 1 1 Hyde Park evenna.city. For Sale. oiTsAEXFAjiTlKim' ACHES, ! ..!.. and one-halt' miles trom Dnltim on tho Delaware, Lackawanna and Western rnilroad. First class farm house with a novcr tailing spring aatrbrj two barns, good land and good orchard, Win ii sold cheap. Terma 'Us.', Addict 11. F. VMS STuitOll or ISAAC ELLIS, executors, Daltou, Lackawanna rounty, Pa. iVOlt SALlv-LAliUE LINK OF NEW I bnniaai sorrles...

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

r THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE THURSDAY MORNING. MARCH 8. 1894. ; - BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE GENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G.. B. & Co., hnnrint'd M Each Cigar. Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr'a. t ill HI HOU-l. !Ui'AUK. DR. H. B. WARE SPECIALIST. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT. OFFICE HOUMllWV 135 WYOMING AVE. l'ERSOXAL iu New York on busi- Wilkes-Harre, 19 at tbo Tunkuannock, ia at Williamsport, vr&i iu millinery, for NEWS FROM WEST SIDE Happenings of a Da; Tbat Will Interest Hyde Park Read3r3, ROYAL ARCANUM ENTERTAINING W. H. Hugeu is Mm. Arthur Long, of Westminster. George White, of the Valley nouse. C. 8. Horton, of Bcrauton yesterday Miss Bristol, of Haslaelier's has retnrued from New York. Colonel W. A. Stone is a candidate congress in the Twenty-third district. J. W. Russel, formerly of this city and now of Allentown, is at the Valley Uouso. Philo H. Lee, of Llinghamton, and H. B. Wllkens, of Nicholsou, are at the Valley House. E. D. Wright, of Bingliamton, and M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 8 March 1894

4 THE SCRANTON TlflJJUNE THURSDAY MORNING. MARCH S. 1891. SCRANTON TRIBUNE F. EL. WOOD, General Manager. rrtii.ienrn daily and weikly in Si ham ton. Pa., "t tai l'mun publuhwo Com pa nt. Nrw Yoim Orrioit: TuinttNE Hrii.mso, Frank b. Ghat. Maaokil Isiftrril at the 1'itttoflcr uf Strimlcin, io. as Secvnd Clast Matt Hatter. THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. SCRANTON. NABOB 1801. TARIFF AND BUSINESS. It goes without laying that the tfrest 1'ody of Amoriean bMlMM mm nro heartily Hrtd of this Interminable po litical tinkrriui; with tho tariff. In ateiul ot balng a naam to a national una patriotic end, to the end of general prosrwrity. protection and tranquility ia tiie ootnmoo Interehantfai of bull ous Md tinauce, the tarill'. under t!ie manipulation of clover politicians bent primarily upou lelNaggrandlseinent, has become a miro football between eonteuding partisan, subject to change without notice, accordingly as one party rplaw s the other in power. To eipect commercial stability under inch au uns...

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

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY MORNING. MAIICH 8, 1894. uiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiimniiiii: I Pipe I I Valves I Fittings f s THE SCRANTON SUPPLY AND MACHINERY CO, jjj iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiBiiiiiiiRaiiiiRisiiiiiiiiirj DO YOtJ WAN 1' A M E W NECK BAND on your old shirt. We do it, ackawanna THE Laundry ED I 1 J08 Penn Ave. A- B. WARMAN. Norrman & Moore FIRE INSURANCE 20 Wyoming Avenue New Goods In La:s3, Embroideries and Dress Trimmings IMS I HAGEN 415 Lacka. Avenue. Carpets, Wall Papers, Window Shades, Draperies, Mattings, Rugs, etc WILLIAMS & McANULTY. 127 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. There will be a "roll call" at the Penn Avenno Baptist church tonight. Every member of the church and congregation is requested to be preseuf . Marriage licenses were granted by the clerk of the courts yesterday to William EL Chadwick. Brooklyn, X. Y.. and Jeasin Flutcher, Winton; and Elmer J. Peet, Dal ton, and Sadie J. Ross, North Abiugton. The funeral of William, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Patri...

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

1 i 6 TITE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE THURSDAY MORNING; MARCH 8. 1894. LIVE NEWS OF TWO P1TTST0NS THE FATNESS OF HEALTH fFn Sciunton Trirdne's Pittston de partmont is in charge of J. M. Faby, to whom news items and complaint muy be referred. PITTSTON HAPPENINGS. An out of town company of capital ist! are contemplating the leasing of the Reap property oti North Maiu street, known as the Clark brewery. The company proposes to manufacture kuit goods. Mrs. Cuddeback, of the West Side, returns tbanks to neighbors and friends for many kindnesses at the time of th death and funeral of hsr husband. The inspection of Companies C ami H, Ninth regiment. National Guard of Ptnutylvaniu, was to be held last even ing but did not take place It has been postponed to Saturday evening, April 17. At the annual meeting of Niagara Lngine company for the election of otfcers, held at their rooms on Water strext, Monday evening, the following oflitere wars elected: Prssideut, J. R, Gorman ; vice president, J. J. Ke...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 8 March 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE THURSDAY MORNING. MARCH 8. 1894. FANCY NEEDLEWORK. DAISY WORK IS POPULAR, QUICKLY EXECUTED AND INEXPENSIVE. Ordinary Dotted Nttslin Is tlir r'oumliit lun of Tills KffecttTe Work Tho DSSlgaaAM Jinlirolderoil In Washing Silks or Knst Colored Cotton. Daisy work recommends Itself to tlioso Wlio liki what can be very quickly ixo cntt'd ami which costs little. It has an other charm, and that is that it is e.isy to Ordinary dotted muslin is the foun- ktion of this pretty work, and the best Daisy work MILLINER'S FOLDS. do jlmlity is nono too i;ood A daisy PATTBRH, may also be dono for different rises on spotted ribbon or sateon as well as on muslin and can of course bo thus Adapt ed for many different puqiosos. It will redeem an ordinary material without making it absurd by elaborate work. It is particularly a pretty linish for conntry couch or hammock pillows made of tat een and even for a finishing border to children's frocks and aprous. In either silk of some spotted...

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

8 THE SCBANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY MORNTNQ-, MARCH 8. 1894. Weak Kidneys Sharp, shooting pains, back ache, side ache, chest pains and palpi tation relieved in One Minute by the Cirri cura Anti-Pain Plas. ter, the first and only pain-killing plaster. It restores vital electricity, and hence cures ner vouc pains and mus cular weakness. Price: 35c.: five, $.co A; a(: drtigisls or by Buil. lv.iut Dkug anoChbm. Coki'., Uoiton. GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT WHAT IS A- BARGAIN? The dictionary answers with definitions. We answer by giv ing examples. Any one who in spects the following will never need to ask what a bargain is again. 21-incb China Silks, nil the plain colon and black suitable for dressns or fancy work. Would not bare sold below 83 or 40c. if the linker hud not been obliged, to raise mousy by selling thtui at a loss. 25c. 9c 11.00 a yard. Xavy Bine Storm Serite, 52 iucbes wide, all wool, tine texture, fast and un fading color. To reduce qu.mtity we reduce the price, which regularly is 50c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 9 March 1894

23 DAYS Those twt'iity-tlm c days,re member, are disappearing rapidly. 23 DAYS You had better order that TRIBUNE Encyclopedia this very day. Eruirr pages--61; fqpi SCB ANTON. PA.. FIJI DAY MOUNING. MARCH 9, 1S!4. TWO CENTS A COPY. "ma GHT, H EST AMD CHOCK FILL IF I Ell," ILpira BES THE WEE EKLIT mm IE SHERMAN S HEROIC EFFORT Gives a Convincing Argument Against Ike Seigniorage Bill. GRAVE DANGERS POINTED OUT The Proposed Violation of Faith Criti cised in an Unimpassioned Speech. The Country on the Eve of a Period of Disastrous Inflation The Pas sage of the Bill Would Inevitably Re sult in a Sin.cle Silver Standard. Dull Day in the House. Washington, D. C, March 8. H FTER the passage of a number of A bill, at 2 p. ui , the vice presl M eD' m before the senate the LTu i .t,l business, being the Bland neiguioraK aot, the peodititf queation being on Mr Allison's motion to reconsider the vote of yeeterdey or derinir the engrossment and thirl read ing of the bill. Mr. Sherman, Ohio, expres...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 9 March 1894

2 THE SCRANTOtt TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH , 181)4. ONE CENT A Word. Wants of all kinds OOtl that much, e.r erjif Situations Watl,Whick arc (nairltd FRSS. Situations Wanted. WANT E U" V V Po"sl Tl(iNV"As" LADft ff nurse. best uf references. Torino, Sl.-'o per day Address " V. E.," Tribune Office, SITUATION WANTED BY DRUQQI8T, i? 10 years experience; first class reference Ail it , iil'll, 111 care uf Tribune office. oriTATION WAX l'Kl 11Y A lTUST-lLASS i5 book keener uud stenographer; will start at moderate wages needed. Address, J. z" r . ii an furnish references u 0 . Boi -W. city. CITlATION WANTED BY A CABINET C maker and ourtientor in a furnlt lire store Of whore needed. useful. M. 1). It.. Willing to make bimeelt H Hyde Park avenue. oitv. TEAMSTER. O Addresi 1". II , (U Forest court, city. W'A.NTED-l'osiT ON. PEP.MANEN T OR traveling; hardware preferred) hunt' i;ir with architects' plans, toej elerk. solid tor or collector. Address "lliddletou," iLuroe nvenue. DKBSONS I washi...

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

I THE SCIi ANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 9. 1894. EEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS 1 THE GENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS B. & Co,, Imprints m Emh Cigar. Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr'3. DR. H. B. WARE Sl'iAlAI-ISr. EYE, EAR, K06E AUD THROAT. OFFICE HOURS s'SHSHj '35 WYOMING AVE. c . PERSONAL Mm.." nod Agnus Calluuau, u( l.ui'kiv wauua avenue, are spending a few days With friends in Mttstou, Squire Donahue, of Wilkes-ilarre, well kuowu for h's poiutodties of hia court ilo cliious, was a Scrantou visitor yesterday. Miss Anna Treseott, of Strouilbur', vrho hs been vUiti:ig friemU In this city for several weeks, left vost;rdav for Phil -adelphiu. Architect E. H. Davis bu returned from Hnzletou with accepted plaus for a hand some largo block Covering 100x184 which will be used for stores aud otlices. AMUSEMENT NOTES. Charles Frohman'l company, from the Empire theater, Nw York, will appear at the Academv this evening in the presentation o! "Tae Girl I Left Behind Me." This pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 9 March 1894

1 4 THE SCtt ANTON TRIBUNE Fli I DAY MORNING. MARCH 9. 1894. SCRANTON TRIBUNE F. E. WOOD, General Manager. rrm.i6nr.n iuii.y ami weekly inSchah ton, pa uy l'uk '1iuuu.ne i'd hushing Company. New Yobk OrriOE: TitmnNt Boh.diso, FnANK B. Gray. Manaqer. Kuttrtd at the Pottofflce at Scranton, Pa., as Brtond Clati Mail Hatter. THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. SCRANTON, MAltl'll 9, 1SIH. i Mry UUU thing, wkm other things are ready, sometimes: MUMS ijreat results. The lultet that killed Robert Horn at Troy may yet bt the death of thiujism at elec tions. - IT MUST BE MET. Tlisre can scarcely be two opinion! m to the character of the indiicrotion, to use a mild term, commit tsd by thoss who wen responsible for the importa tion, into Monroe county, of the ignor ant and tieious class of southern work logmen who hewd the wood aud drew the wattr in tho construction of the now railway line that was lately pro jected through this region. This im portation condemned itself in the tint place through tho slight ...

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