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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 9 March 1894

THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE t UlUAY MORNING. MARCH 9, 1894. 5 SJiiiiiHiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiii; I Pipe I Valves I I Fittings f THE SCRANTON SUPPLY AND MACHINERY CO, SiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiigiiiiiiiR 1)6 YOU WAN I ANEW NECK BAND ou your old shirt. Wo do it. Lackawanna THE Laundry PLANS BRIDGES Mr. Coiniell's Resolution In Select Council Provokes Considerable Discussion. f(18 Fenit Ave. A. B. WARMAN. NorrmanA Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue New Goods I Lac3- Em broideries ana ura:s I nmminss UBtiun 415 Lacka. Avenue. Carpets, Wall Papers, Window Shades Draperies, Mattings, Rugs, etc WILLIAMS & McANULTY. 127 Wyoming Ave. CONSULTING ENGINEER WANTED Mr. Lauer Thoueht Citv Engineer Phillips Should Have Some Assist ance In Making Plans for Proposed Bridges City Treasurer Brooks' Nominations of Delinquent Tax Col lectors Confirmed by Select Council. CITY NOTES. The board of health will hold a llgluH1 meeting this afternoon. "The Girl I Loft Behind Me ' will be pres...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 9 March 1894

6 THE SCE ANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 9. 1894. Pals Faces or Loss of Flesh, or a Hack ing Cough, reveal a condition; not a theory. Something is wrong. Mako it right with Scott's Emulsion filled with two years. I the Cream of Cod-liver Oil, which restores a healthy col or, builds up flesh, stops coughing and gives strength. Phyticiant, the world over, endorse it. Don't be deceived by Substitutes! Prepared by Scott A r. ..., N. Y. All Druggists. LI NEWS OF PITTSTONS iThf. scrantox Tribune's PitUton de portment is id charno of .1. M. Fahy, to whom news items aud complaints tnay ri terred. be B3UTALLY ASSAULTED. W. J. iJepburki, of the J locMcti Oinci of the L V. E K , the Victim. A dastardly attempt to iimcder W. J. Hepburn, of the Lehigh V.illey telo araoh ofiiea.was uiada lute Wadtieaday night Mr. Hepburn cam to this place during the strike aud obtaiued work iu tlm company's ottteesat the Lehigh and WHkei-Barrs lmiouon. lie s-enrea board with the family of Frank Ziigle on the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 9 March 1894

THE SCKANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH i). 1894. OUR NEIGHBOR VENUS ITHE TWIN OF THE EARTH, WHICH IS 40,000,000 MILES AWAY. Where There la Perpetual Day and Per petual Night Speculation us to the Plan et' Inhabitants Another of Our Neigh born I Jupiter. Vonus Ih tho twin of the earth, ber dl meter being about 7,700 miles, or only some 200 miles lesHtuau that of OUT globe. Jupiter is tho Goliath uf planets, being 80, 600 miles in diameter, or about 1,300 times as grvat as thu earth in volume. Jupiter makes a less brilliant appearance than Venus, because it is teu times as far away. When a telescope is directed ni tho two planets, tho dillereuco Iwtwoen them bo comes much more striking. Venus looks theu lifeo a crescent moon, dazalingly bright, with faint shades that cun only bo detected by a practiced eye aud a good glass. Jupiter, on tho other hand, is mag Jiilled into a huge globe, perceptibly flat tened at the poles, streaked with irregular belts of various colors on each side...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 9 March 1894

8 TIIE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 9. 1894. GORMAN'S RRAND DEPOT WHAT 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. 2H 01-inoh Cuiua Silks, all t A ttle pUin colon and rill black suitable for dressns ll I or fancy work. Wonli J VI not have sold below or 40c. if the linker hud not been obliged to raise mousy by lliug ttieui ut a loss. 9c. 1.00 a yard. Navy Blue Storm Serge, .")'.' inches wide, all wool, lino texture, fust and rtn failim color. To reduce quantity we reduce tiie price, which regularly is We never did it before sell Ihil M inch, all wool lustrous Black Sjrure for a penny Wsa than Oj.1 a yard We only !o it now aa a temporary bargain. 50c. 16 here The renowned Flercher Lace Strip Scotch CHog 1 1 Uain-t. which have been I I imported ao 1 sold to Am vl erica for veari at 85o. a yard. All the patterns specially offered ar new for spring. $1.19. Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 10 March 1894

LOVERS Of good literature will lind elsewhere a depart ment to their liking. ScrmtfouSliiff tribune. FOR Country readers there is no better paper than tne WEBS LY TRIBUNE. TWELVE PAGES--84 COLU M . S SCH ANTON. PA.. SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 10. KS!4. TWO CENTS A COPY. AM n IE IE-PA In HONOR DOWN IN OLD KENTUCKY Hiss Pollard Brings Gallant Colonel Brert earidge Before the Bar. THE SENSATIONAL CASE OPENED Examination of Witnesses for the Prosecution Convincing Testi mony of the Widow of Ex-Governor Blackburn The Fair Plaintiff Weeps While the Defendant Chats Unconcernedly with His Counsel. Mr. Carlisle's Forcible Arraign ment. Washington, March i) ONE of tbe tint pertout to enter the circuit court room this morning was Miss Madeline Pol lard, tue plaintiff iu the rait a,iiu8t Cougressm in W. P. U Brsck inridge. This was tbf first sight of the plain tiff vouchsafed to the scandal lovers who crowded tbe court. aud for a quarter of an bour before the trial be gun the was tbe target of nil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 10 March 1894

THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING?. MARCH 10, 1894. ONE CENT A Word. Want of all I: huh rail that inecfc, e.r tept Situations Wantcit.ulttch are (aatWed FllKE. Situations Wanted. nurse, host uf references. Terms 9LM per day Addr "W. B.," Trlbon offlc. billUATIOM WANTED BY DBUGQI8T, id vur cxtenenoei first oin-s references. Address, OP1L In care of Tribune omoa. SITUATION WAN f ED BY A KIRBT CLASS k book keeper and stenographer; will start at moderate wage's: can furnish references if needed. Address .1. C . Box 2iH, City. CITUATHlN WANTED BY A CABINET 0 maker nnd carpenter In a furniture toro or where iu ded. .Villiug to make hinuelf useful. M. D B , ."n Hyde Dark avonn.clty. Situation wanted as teamster 5 Addro-x P. B , 413 roreot oonrt, city. r ANTED-POSIT ON. PEUMANENT Hit traveling; hardware piefomd, faiull' iar with architects' pinna, Muck clerk, solid tor or collector. Address 'Middliton," 421 M uro,. avenue. DKB8ON8 WANTING A LADY TOR 1 washing or office cleaning, cull 4...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 10 March 1894

I THE SCHAJNTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 10. 1804. EEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE GENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G., B. 8e Co., ftnprint"(1 on Ennli C'gar Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. Ul II I Mill NK UI aiiL DR. H. B. WARE SPECIALIST. EYE, EAR, ISOSli AND TUBOAT. OFFICE HOURS : ffiVotetXk j35 WYOMING AVE. CUKPll It UbT Of BOOKS Till of Handicm. V ' Sl la FopuUr Hn. Balow will be fouud n new list of the hniii m booki comprising tiie popa l.tr eris now mviiilnble to Tnuu INI re idrs The lit has been raid, Ami include thoe book now in ttock. An arly order will bo your lafcat 8ur Mice of Betting the volnnu'H you want, col .I'M W'S BUUK& Motltal Btrongle. Myetenr of Haaeoni Cab. ljuly Yolworth' Lliiuuoud. Black UfKuty. Tfut of Sli-in. I'M Memeeellata Secret. Kt ins Spa L I'rivutivr S itn Triucc Cbarlee' Daughter. siss Family Botrioeon. Dath Bad Marrini;- Utpsv Blair. ir r. Kortescue. UriniM Household Kairy Tales. Master of i ereniomes. Master of BollauuraL Merr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 10 March 1894

4 THE SCItANTON THDJUNE-SATUIiDAY MORNING. MAHCH. 10. 18JK. SCRANTON TRIBUNE F. E. WOOD, General Manager. rcBMnnrn daily and wmiu.v in BCRAR ton. Pa., ur Thk TuiBUKI I'LULibUi.so COjdrAN Y. NEW VOIIK OFFICE: TltmnNS BOILDIRO, FnANK 8. Hhay. Manaciek. IWrrrci at the rnttofflce nt .Vrunfrnt, Pa., errvntt Clau Hail Matter. 1 HE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. SCRANTON, MARCH 10, UN. T blood aMMMMl mortyit to Miuuiri'O toiWiw ft IIU iftrf vf rtai rommmul t"j uwii ffvlle. FALSE LEADERSHIP. In the letter In wbinb Congitsstnan Ilnriphy announced tiio rueignation from Tammany hall, oerur sentiments Whlob, In view of the Trojan ontftgt, Hpponr almost prophetic. Foi example, witness tbia : "Om effort to prevent our political enemies from interfering with honest elections should bt nreftt and aa esrnest in our own political household and tlv ballot should be Riiarded from all danger of uvery kind, We mint not neglect to lmUt on it that the man in our rank who arranges or encourage colonization, false regist...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 10 March 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUTE-SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 10, 1894. i!UllN1900,y. Some uiimiiHiiimiimiiimiimiiiiiiiiiiii; Pipe I Valves I Fittinorfi i horoscopes for her future Representative C: 'z us Propiusy Greater and GraaJer City. S THE SCRANTON SUPPLY AND MACHINERY CO. s SuiiimiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiR i'o you WANT anew NECK BAND on your old shirt. We Jo It. Lackawanna THE Laundry 5C8 Fenn Ave A B. WARMAN. Norrman& Moore FIRp INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue ew Goods n I 1 lit. :::::::::::::: C T YV " 1 " O 415 Lacka. Avenue. Carpets, Walt Papers, Window Shades, Draperies, Mattings, Rugs, etc WILLIAMS & McANULTY. '2 7 Wyoming Ave; Dr. Hill & Son Albany DENTISTS Fnt tiyith. JV71; host set, for gold rap. and teeth without platen, called crown and bridge work, call for prices and ref erenow TON ALGIA, for xtractlo teeth without pain. No ether. Ko gas. OVKl: rjHSI NATIONAL BANK. OSLAND'S 128 Wyoming Ave. GLOYES and CORSETS All tho popular make. Tbe only Glove and Corset Store in t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 10 March 1894

THJii fcttJliAiS i Oi iKiJiUiNtt-SAiUiilJA MOixiNiNor, MARCH 10, liW4. BRiYEST DEEDS OF WAR. Recollections of Episodes of Heroism by Land and Sea. ttirring Contributions From Major T. P. Mol rath, Lieutenant Ccleuel C. R. KcCaho, sad Captains W. Dre.ho aid T. W. Brooke Ninth Nvtinber of a Notable Series. It is proposed iu (As series of vapcrs, of which the ,bOowinj brow the ninth Number to giee to the ; llMie for the flit time and M authentic form , by a larje number of disnn-' guished contribut Vf, the if oriel of (Ac wns' M'nai dNdp IndMdMl heroism end v., sairi.-v oivmvi.i' tn.ii e e iui nteari' atom IsAtfs iu t&s SW0SW, SiMST '') ( 1 c f or M .1. dwinj tht idir 0 IStU. 7 Vie coflssKoo, wAen roMniririt, f r ; 7. arm 11 splendid mommMiU b Me prvnfjts, patriotism unit cftjoalrous map nanimity of the Anuriexin sohtier. Thus those hrroes trho, by their iiu'.iridiuU deeils of ttariitit, lutded EsSO" 11111 cntiiusi.isiu to the eonitiei -some in distiinjuished and Others in Inonble ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 10 March 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 10. 1 S4. IVE NEWS OF TWO PITTSTONS Tn Scuanton Trihuns'x Pitta tot! dt Vnment is in charge ' ' X1- Ehy, to whom news items nud complaint may be referred.) PITTSTON HAPPENINGS. Event! About Town Told In Short Para graphs. The rivsr which has been on the rise for the past fw dsya i now receding, Thursday it bad reached the fifteen feat high water mark, Last evening it registered IZ (set A delegation of Keystone lolge, Sous of St. George, weut to Avoca laBt evening to pay a fraternal visit. "McCarthy's Mllhapa" is the uext at traction which will hold forth at Music hall. H. Myers, Charles Uohau and J, A. McNauiara, coinroUfiouers appointed to take testimony in the matter of the division of the lower eleotlou district of Jenkins township into an additional district, will m-et at the fort liluti -chard Hotel this afternoon, at I o'clock, to take testimony in the vase. Sheriffs sale notices were posted about town last evening annonnoing t tie ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 10 March 1894

TITE SCT? ANTON T1?1BTTNE -SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 10, 1894. IF ANY" GHACIC. Words by FRANK DEMPSTER SHERMAN. Andante tranquillo m I Music by J. E. OSBORN. j) delicate. If a - ny Race. 11 faults DO (omul. To In is i a i p - s I C -s fl A 9 0' mf - - 4 v s jr.:: decres. fit. i could not mis?, 1 rould not miss. .. . What mu-sic slips your hps.... words re - peat, . . , The wordl re - peat,. . , And make sub-lime my rhyme. ij I m s v -a- -o . . . . - - -a- ; . . 7 n-rLn. f - r 3 o it For i i y s me be - long, a - ny line la cong,. Of mine,. Know then your fai e To mar the bound .... Has been to r.je A 01 notes that try To S3 ' inn ii iiw ufta.;Mi. uwrKMana TW3MfMUr iy&i& lllzlll rrrrrrr ' S 9 a' 4 m ' - 0 0 p 9 sempre eyes, vwlto. -fli, N N i - -N - s s - ' animate f pass-ionalo , K4 , 1 - t1 ! . v S key; For pitched in this ; vie With yours, my sweet V Ue Thai, li - cioUS tone, al - wavs true, I ve Do known . you . . . 1 'II, v 1 ec$ pr- . -C 9 4 M g , ' I V ! ; 1 s p F F- 0 f...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 10 March 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 10. 1894. PILOTED BY A GHOST. A LOST MAN AND A STARVING BABY SAVED BY A SPIRIT. Tho Shadow of u DMd Father Lead! n WamlcrlnK Horseman to tha Dosolrtto Homo Whore a Little Girl Was Slowly Famlshlnc A Trno Story. 1 rhaokad my homo, and iittor one long, UniiniiiK look ainutiil owned to myself that I WH lfjiV I h i I MUMSted thofuct ometitnoitluce, but had stubbornly fought down the MMpUton, though my horae evi dently nioliwd With pailMt endurance ho plodded along, resignation plainly ex pressed in the droop of his tail and ears. In place of thl ranch, the hearty welcome, pleasant words, bed, supper aud fire I had expected to roach by sunsot, there was nothing to lie seen before, behind, on either hand, but thu dead level of the plain There were paths In plenty; in fact, the trouble was there were too many all ur row and wludinjj, for whoso meanderlm? . fh' .,,, ,i11jVi ., ..,b tide there seemed not the slightest exeuie. ex Oept the general t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 10 March 1894

10 THE SfR ANTON TUTWUNTJ'- S ATTTttVAY mrnKtftft. UTAHTTll TO. 1894. ')orju- , , , ZTV, Is a? ..x.,,, A ie rri ,1 sis .reLa-. s-r s ,, Oi." cA n r? n. v a rs -r A HARK. YE WHO LOVE YOUR COUNTRY! .. . . . , 1 ' I II 111 .,: W ' i 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. Ceo. R. Cromwell, whose eloquence delighted the ear while his startling photographic illustrations dazzled the sight! we say V V e Secured Him 5fr u . and with him the grandest collection of Photographs of America, from Alaska to the Gulf, ever put between covers. And, mark you, I IE SPEAKS 10 YOU from its pages tersely, succinctly to the point. It is the story of our 5fV . I 1 SWiSi e Country if V, 1 - rvpril 7 ,t u TOiR!l17I ' v r w u M J i 1 w r V If CM - ia M 'li. I'Ti'...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 10 March 1894

THE SCTRANTON TR1BTNBSATURTAY MORNING MARCH 10, 1894. 11 8upenntendont Byrnes Talks About Crime and Criminate. Eduction and Law-brtaks?. Tho Criminal iVit.'--.. ! of Difleient Nationalities. Women mora Inclined to Vico than to Crime. -Tho Physiognomy of Habitual Criminals Clue to Thoir Char actcr. There, seems to Is' a pretty general im pression, oven among those who know Superintendent llyrnos -head of Uio Now York police IhTOi Mil J well, that hu is it largo man. Thoso who know ot him, and vIid does not, but who have never noon him, imagine him to ho a stern implacable EMII, capable oi i ttl Isiag a hypnotic In BaHMN over tin' criminal with whom ho is brought Into oontset, sad with a power, well nigh luperaatora of reading tho thoughts of men. Although not a large man. Superintendent J'.yrne.s would at fact moro than a second giumv from a stranger pasaing him lu tho Street, Ba is about llvo fe vt algM Inches lu height, and weighs not loss than MO pounds, and this without IllllkiaM...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 10 March 1894

THE SCTRANTON TRIBUNE SATUTtDAY MORNING. MARCII 10. 1894 Scratching Boy on fire vith eczema will find instant relief and speedy cure by using Cuticura Remedies When the best physicians, hoopla tals and nil other remedies fail. To those v ho have suffered long and hopelessly from torturing, disfig uring, humilintini; humors, ant who have lost faith in doctors, medicines and all things human, the CUTICURA REMEDIES appeal with startling force. Their success has excited the wonder of physi cians familiar with the marvellous cures daily effected by them. They ha e friends in every quarter of the civilized world. People in every walk, of life believe In them, use them and recommend them. Ihey are in truth the greatest skin cures, blood purifiers and humor remedies of modern times. 9oM throughout the world. E0TTM Iaiu am Cmi. Corp.. mU proprittort, Cotton. t A II About ttw Blood) Sktti, Ctjlii uud Hair," mailed free. M Pimply, oily lain, falling hiir mi itohy call, prvTeutoi awU cured tj t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 12 March 1894

r f Some Splendid Bargain 9 in books yet re- 7 main at our business office. , " 1 But Unless You order promptly, we cannol guarantee that they will hist lontf. EIGHT PAGES--5; COLUMNS. S('l ANTON. PA.. MONDAY MOliNING. MARCH 12. 1S!4. TAVO CENTS A COPY. n 817 THE 1EI T PERIOD II f, BUT WIT NEWS THEE US, IE" SIT PREPARING THE STRUGGLE Mr. Allison Will Make Gnu More Ett'ort at Obstruction. SUNDRY APPROPRIATION BILL The Measure Which Covers the Various Schemes tor Disbursing Public Funds The Bland Seignior age Bill to Be Again Debated Upon Hoke Smith s Orders Transferr ing the Indian Warehouse Eulogies to Be Delivered on Friday Next. Washington, d c, Much 11. OLDEN silence, will give place to silver ipMeh In the euaie from n iti reasseuibliujj M uoou minor -iiJ row until its protubl adj-juru-Uieut for the week on Thursday uext Under agreement th Bland sei.nior age bill in the form in which it named the honse. with all us alleged crudities unchanged, will come up immediately after the m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 12 March 1894

2 THE SCTATntTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 12, 1894. ONE CENT A Word. Wants of ntl htndt eott thut much, tee rept Situation! li mtis,waiela ore Inserted FRSS. Situations Wanted. POSITION' AS LAD1FS' r references, Tei ins, Jl.'Jo relay, Mdrete "W. ft, Trlbnne otnee. l' an t m I nurse, iest WANIKH BY DKUaUlAT, i erienee; llrst vIks i t'fi1 Address, ('I'll, in cere uf Tribune OuW cMTl'A HOD O In veals exi eriatice; lust eias i eferetici QITUATION WAN t i:i BY a riKsT t'l.ASS O book-kieper and tteuographtri will atari hi moderate wages; oan tnratata rarereBoei 11 needed. Address, J. U . box in City. CI'lTAWS WANTED BY A CUtlMll' k miker Mid earpenter Inafamlturestore Of whel Metal, m d id n it W'llliiw :.u Bydi to mas . hunicll Park avenua.clty O1TUATI0M k3 A. l,lu. i P, WANTED as TKAM8TKK. i; . 418 Forest .Min t. city. D1TUATI0N WANTED UV A Yol'Nu Hum who Is willing t' do my kind ui woik; age, it fair pouni.ti. fan furnish gtsst reference. Address it u iivu Office ',-vrau-t.u DY A ...

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

THE SCHANTON TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING. MARCH 1804. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE 6ENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS Gi., B. & Co., ImnrinIM rn Eno,i Hlpnr Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. nil in HllleS ul Ai.lt DR. H. B. WARE RPEC1ALI8T. EYE. EAR. NOSE AND THROAT. 0FF1CR HODRSiItJ?- '35 WYOMING AVE. PERSONAL. PSflilSIlEli F. E Weeks, of HiletDU, was lu Bctan tou yestfr.lny. F. Snyder, of et Plltgton, was m this city yesterday. v v. Drinker, of Plymouth, wa la Sorntou yesterday. Jstnes Coleman, of PittstOU, was a Sag t th Wesmiuster Edward Kennedy, of Bloghamton, epeut yesterday iu this city. W. L. Crr, of Cupoimo avenue, is pay Ins business visit to Ntiv York. Mrs. John Kvan, of PottSVllle, ll visiting her father. I'amel Silkmau, of Providence. A B. Chapman, of Wilhamsport, and C O. Malone, of Cleveland, are at the West- nina tar. A. Merrill, formerly of Scrautou. anil now of llarribiir, spout Sunday with friends iu this city. Among the Wilks-Barriaus in this city yesterd...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 12 March 1894

THE SCTRANTON TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING. MARCH Iti. 1894. SCRANTON TRIBUNE F. E. WOOD, General Manager. rrHUHHEn DAILY AND WEEKLY IN SCIlAN TON. PA.. UY l'Bkl THI11UNM I'U 1IL1BU1NO COMPACTS New York Orifion: Thibunb BtTILDtVOi Frank 8. Ohay, Manaoeh. Outrred at thr rostufflrt nt Serunton, Pa., at SKimd- ( 'Inn Mail Matter. IHt SUKANIUN IKIbUINt. FCRANTON. MARCH IS, The !ri-K.NTON of A D. 1900, if it vouM redaein thosn rosenta expecta tions, will liavti to pnrge itself of the wooilon block pavement . ROBERT ROSS, MARTYR. l!y ita desparatiou in s Hiking, even through murder, to perpetuate itself in power the Murphy regimt in Trov hag not only overreached itself, but it has umuiitakably tout nu unexpected i in ptus to tii whole cum of electoral reform. It has ovarrotched itself for the reason that. Although upon the blood stained face of the manufactured returns, it has apparently succeeded iu ltOtiDft its man, it has cams 1 such a recoil in public sentiment that future victory will be f...

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