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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 15 March 1894

That Tenant Whom you long for will not come to you unsolicited. ' I 1 I Somitton (Eribune. But by Putting Your "For Kent" adver meubs in THE TKIBUNE you cm invite him. EIGHT PAGES 5( COLUMNS. SCBANTOtf. PA.. THURSDAY MOKXING. MARCH 15, 184. TWO CENTS A COPY. AND WE Ml FACT THAT HE READS T PAPEf? ill MAKE hh n E8iABLE ODES ARE UNEARTHED The Rtmdins of Michael Welsh Taken troni Gaylord Mine. FOUND IN A STANDING POSTURE The Finding ot the Second Body Cre ates Great Excitement at the U.iy lord ShaftRecognized Only by a Cord About His Waist The Work of Exhuming Still Progresses Un der Difficulties--A Rumor ot the Third Find Last Night. WlLKt8BARRC March 11 n S SOuN' at it became known this A morning that the eoud body had been found at the Ghtylora Uu mine the tzeitamcnt bom lu tense ami crowd of people hnrried to the nlgoe. The scent was one of deso lation and gloom about th uiiue. tlie day wss cold and unpleastnt to those who loitered about tuo place anxious to Know the latest that was...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 15 March 1894

2 TOY SCrtAtffOtf TRIBUNE Til UHSl) A Y MOftNTSTG." MARCH 15," 1894. ONE CENT A Word. Wants of all kinds cost that mno'i, r.r ttpt Situations untnt,U!hch are nisi-Weif rui'E. Situations tenU-d Vr ANTED BY K1KV ( 1 vv lm ik . or omiiteoii years .ASS CHIEF exi'oricneo in the best hotels in tho north, south and west, can lurnhdi host of reference. Xo objection nu out .1 city. UQMt A. Ul. tOOa II, o. nuiuiinir. 'ANTt.il t A ! r CLASS HAli- bir. a iris'd loli. Address Minth, caru or Brown, rt. Charles, 128 Penu avenue. IIUATION WANTED- A FIIIST CLABS wishing position l a:t charire mill lav oat work inter, inn turtu-h tho very lust or roioieiicos from lmst smplovaT. Address J. C VAX FLEBT.U3 Adams avenue, Scrunton, Pa. noSITIOM WANTED BY ViH'NU MAN X with tschnicsl education, capable o( do big any work requiring Boars and OOBIUOQ Brass Teaching, draughting or office work preferred, nil II al. N , Tribune, Scranton, Fa. 1I7AKTKD POSlTlOJi as LADIPB curse, best of references Terms. 91.81 l ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 15 March 1894

THE SCH ANTON THIKUNE-THURSDAY MORNINO. MARCH 15. lfsi4. 3 fcEWARE OF COONTERFEITS ! THE 6ENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigare HAVE THE INITIALS G . B 8c Co.. Imprinter! nn Earh Cigar, Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. ' ill i.i HUUhK mUAKIL DR. H. B. WARE SPECIALIST. EYE, EAR. NOSE AND THROAT. OFFICE HOURS :iM-Sk '35 WYOMING AVE. PERSONAL J. D. Stoue, of Potts ville, to here yos terilay A. I). Miller, of Sbumokiu, ll At the West minster. A, H, Moore, of NichoUou, was m the city yesterday. Theodore Rodeker, of Blooinsburg, was Bern vmterday. J. J. Kelly, of Arctibald, waa a Scrautou Visitor yesterday. W, J. Walker, of Bingbututou, waa iu thi city yesterday. H. J. Truesdell, of BiUjiimmtou, was iu Scran ton. yesterday. A. H. Moore, of Nicholson, was a Scran ton visitor yesterday. Charles H SUte, of K.ugstou. yesterday was visitor iu this city. H. M. Posteo, of Wilkes-Barre, was en gaged ou btisiues here yesterday. Charles S Rustler, of Alleutown, was entered on business here yesterday. F. U. Aus...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 15 March 1894

THE SCIiAXTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY MORNING. MARCH t$, 1894. SCRANTON TRIBUNE F. E. WOOD, General Manager. fl M lKIIKIi DAILY AND WEEKLY IN SCRAN YON, PA., BY Till TlilBUNI PUBUMIM Company. New Yokk Opnos: TniBtnra Bnn.DiNO, Frank B. Brat Manakkk. tvlrred at the Fbttofltce at ."mwlun, Pa., Becvnd-Claa Hail Hatter. "IHE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. SCRANTON. MARCH 15, 18M, As uonkst dollar ltws not inau a dollar worth only 48 cents. WHAT MIGHT HAVE BEEN. An honest election law in would hnva elected James G. Dluiue president instead of Grorer Clorelan J, uud would , In all probability, hav. avertod the panic, loss anl political disgraea which Clsvslatidisui has sinco precipitated upon our country. The industrious work of one drilled force of ropottetl iu Edward Murp'.iy'a city of Troy was sufficient to turu the scale. The Mur phy brigade o( skilled repeaters by beginning early and voting late, ate enabled 00 ordinary elojtiotn to poll from 1,800 to 'i, 00;) vote in Troy, Ln iingburgh and Cohoes;bnt o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 15 March 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE THURSDAY MORNING. MARCH 151 1894. LUiiiiniiiiiiiiisiSiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii: I Pipe i i Valves I m mm I Fittings I i THE SCRANTON SUPPLY AND MACHINERY CO, 2 siiiiiiiisiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiR do you want a im&w NECK BAND ou your old shirt. We do It. Lackawanna THE Laundry DO r LICENSE I I JOB Fenn Ave. A. B. WARMAN. NorrmanA Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue New Goods In La::: hTTihTTjiflorioq n w UlwCUl . Crass iiu 415 Lacka. Avenue. Carpets, Wall Papers, Window Shades, Draperies, Mattings, Rugs, etc WILLIAMS & McANULTY. 127 Wyoming A v 3. CITY NOTES. Entertainment of the Viang Men's In stitute at College Hall tonight. ilis Xell'.e Ketebum will give a piano recital at Powell' j music store tomorrow evening. The famous Mrs. Ann Gaffney was yes terday released from tne county jail under the insolvency act. The line performers at Cushman's Bljoa theatre continue to Dlease large audiences with their clever spcurties. Street Commissioner Xi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 15 March 1894

G THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY MORNING. MARCH 15. 1894. LIVE NEWS OF TOO PITTSTONS The Scranton Tribonb's Pittston da irtuent is iu charge of J. M. Fahy, to hoin news Hems and complaints may be lUlerred. LABORERS IN TROUBLE. Arrested While Tearing Up the Lucerne Avenue Line Yesterday. The breaoh which has existed for some time between th West Side au thorities and the WyomiriK Valley Traction company wan opened Bt ill more yeetrday by the authorities ar resting rive laborers who were engaged in tearing up the Luzerne avnue line, which was abandoned immediiitely af ter its completion last summer. The uieu had Started to work at a point betweeu the bridge and Wyom ing avenue, aud had barely commeuoed when they were placed uuder arrest ind taken before Burgess S B Bsn uett, at the towu hall. They were elmrged with a violation of the bor jugh ordinance to not haviug secured i permit. Attorney V. J. Hiblu ap nearod for the company. Costs amount ng to $11 -': were imposed. Attorney tllbb...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 15 March 1894

TTTK SCTf ANTON TRIBUNE THURSDAY MORNING. MARCH 15. 1S4. STUICT JEWS AT TABLE. A NEW YORK RESTAURANT WHERE THE FOOD IS KOSCHER. AblutlunM, Pray, h .ui.l fovrr.-.l 11. lads. The Ulll or Fare Excited DUPSltaatl Vhu Itemutn Friendly --Closod ou Sat urday, but Open on Suuduy. Sumo time ago tho Jewish Minister' an ooiation, which includes the lending rabbis of New York, considered meinl of Im proving tho observance of the Jewish Sulr bath. Among Other thing! that Were dis cussed incideutully was the rapid decline of the observance of the Mosaic dietary laws. It was frankly admitted that many Jews no longer remained loyal to them. This was declared to be the case eveu with those who were otherwise good Jews. But there are some wealthy Jewish mer chants who still adhere to the strict letter of the dietary laws, and tho most promi nent of these meet every noon in a Jewish restaurant in Morcer street. It is the must typical place of the kiud iu this country. Here may lie observed the Jewish ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 15 March 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE TH URSDAT MORNING. MARCH 15. 1894. Chest Pains Short breath, palpita tion, weak, and sore I lungs, pleurisy, coughs, i. olds, asthma and bron chitis relieved in One Minute by the Cuti- ,CURA Asn-l'AW Piaster, the first and unly instantaneous pain L.'.l.n ; plaster, lor weak, painful kidneys, back ache, uterine pains and weakness, it is simply Won del ful. It vitalizes the nervous forces, and hence cures nervous pains and mus cular weakness when all others fail. Price at,c; five, $1.00. At all druggist or by nuil. rorriiR Dkcc. amj Culm. Coif , Uoatou. GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT OUR ANNUA L OPENING OF - Women's Muslin and Cambric Underwear AS IN TUE I' AST, our effort thi yeer V huve be.-u exerted to gather together a flock of I'uderwear that would give the great eat possible satisfaction In nuanteoi tuiten 's. oareful aea of wvrkuiaushiti and perfec tion of At. Aud while tbe price are a low a.- can pos il.lv be atforvW tor sued high class work, we 4o not -utr lulu coi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 16 March 1894

REMEMBER, Only fourteen more days mnaiu of the Encyclopedia Britannica offer. to ; l .OiuqiI m fmntiiiY Sft 3tri him SUCH An oiler may never be re peated. Jletter order at once. BIGHT PAGES A6 COLUMNS. sril.wrON. PA., FRIDAY HORNING. MARCH 16, L894. TWO CENTS A COPT. UT THAT E1F A0VERT18E1ENT WHERE IT HILL REI LYNCHERS FOIL AN ASSASSIN'S RUSH FOR LIFE RIM Puryear, tlie Slayer of Christian Eulers, Mobbed at Stroadsburg. BROKE FROM HIS CAPTIV1T1 Aad. n Dripping . th ttic ky Water of tttt PlMM, be U lynched. NO ARRESTS ARE YET EFFECTED B a Clever Ruse, the Colored Mur derer Whom a Mob Once Before Tried to Treat to a 0;uick Applica tion of Impromptu Justice, Escapee ft 01 the Monroe County Jail and Is I Pursued to the Bank or the Pocono. Here, While Yet Wet from His In voluntary Bath, the Fugitive Is Overtaken and Seized, and the Next Act in the Frightful Drama Is Per formed Under the Limb of a Con venient Tree For Two Hours the Murderer s Body Sways to and Fro in the Sight of the Blood...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 16 March 1894

THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 10", 1894. ONE CENT A Word. H cmf.Ki till kind cusf thai miic, '.e- tipt Situation ii'ii ii ti ti.uh teh are inented FREE. Situations Wanted. Vv au I vai lad export nee a position. Ail dross A , Avocu. Luzerne county. IV rAMTBD BY FUiST d.ASS CH1BF vv cool., or eii;ntis.n eus t.'niu.riti the b st hotels In the north, south ami west, Bail lurnish best f reference. No objection gi inn out ol -ity. mow A. C. room II, I'. 1 1 bnUcHiit. ANTKD HY A FIKST Ct.A-S BAR; inr, u 1000 Job. Address smith, ewe ol Brown, St Charles, I-S lYnu avenue. c;', CATION WAN IT.l A I'lM' i 1. eteam or hot water Attar who can take charge ami lay out work, wlihiai pooltloo in Otter, cm tarnish tho very bee) ol iwroreaoej from peat employer Addreae J. C. AN FLEET, 812 Adams avonuo, Scruuton. Pa, DOWTIOM WANTED BY Vi'l NU MAN X with technical education, capable ol do tag any work requiring, eeerfy aha oominon eene Teachin,;. draughting or oflpe work preferred. Ailress ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 16 March 1894

TIIE SCEAiJTON THIBUNB FKIDAT MOBfflNG. MARCH 10. 1894. li BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE GENUINE POPUUR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G.. B. & Co , Imgrlnl"'! on Fio-ti R'tpr Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. Oil I. I Hill 'Ul A ..It DR. H. E3. WARE SPECIALIST. EYE, EAR. NOSE AND THROAT. 135 WYOMING AVE. PERSONAL NEWS FROrflWEST SIDE IDEA BEEN ABANDONED NOTES IF SOUTH SIDE Happening or a Day That Will Interest Hyda Parte Redd r j. ENTERTAINMENT BY CHI UPSILONS Dedication of Company F's New Armory Obsequies Over the Re mains ot Mrs. Mary Campbell anil Mrs. Margaret Harney- Supper Given to the Member ot Miss Jennie Lewis' Sunday School Class. F. A. Miller, of Binghauitoti, Is at the Westminster. W. Kittrwlgo, of TunkbamuH'k, MM m ttiis city yesterday J. D. Weston, of tlotiesdale, was iu Poraoton yesterday John Hickoy, of Bintfhauitou, Is spend ing a few days m the city. Miss Este'.le i lau. of Lock Haven, is Visiting (rieuds iu the city. Fred Forbes, of the Carbondale Herald, Was iu ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 16 March 1894

THE SC1t ANTON THIHUNE-Fii aDaY MORNINO. MARCH 1G. 1894. SCRANTON TRIBUNE F. E. WOOD, General Manager. rcnusnrn daily ami WBBKLV is Ktiux ton. PA., UY tUU TMIBOHI I'dbushimi COiirANY. New Your Oman Thiiion Bmi.niNn, FnANK S. (llWY. Ma VAftEll IVrrrd at the IMaJlM at Scronton, 'a., Srroni-Clusi .Vail Matter. THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. SCRANTON. MAKl'l! Hi, ISiU. Now lot oviry inperflaoni poli oouh down nt onoo, without waiting for u MCOIld tliriat of i lux Ir Tiir. editor of Mm Benratoa Tim hnil trtkfn tlx trouble to rend Thi Trihvne's loot) report of the tax com mittee hearing, he would have found that the sal mianee of Mr Pktoe'l ipeeoh ftTOflug thi dollar pole tax wm toonnitolj reprodooed. Tue Tlnee editor seems raihur to hv preferred not to be eiub.irrtje.l by mir facte. SUNDAY OBSERVANCE. To decision of Mm ChrlotUn ntaltv ter of Sorenton to Inangurate a oaoYe maut fjr better Sunday oneeiTanoe will b welcomed by all honeet belief era in law ani order. Many aluc bare dereloped looailr ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 16 March 1894

fHB SCBJtNTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH l(i, 1894. BiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiniiiiiiiiiiiiii: ! Pipe 1 POLE TAX IS KILLED Valves i r ittings i 5 THE SCRANTON SUPPLY AND MACHINERY CO. 5 FiiiiiiiiiiimiimiiMiiiuiiiMiHiiiiii!: DO Vol' WANT ANW NECK BAND on your old shirt. We tl it. Lackawanna THE Laundry ffl8 Peiin Ave. A. B. WARMAN. Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue New Goods In Laces, Embroideries and Dress Trimmin w MEARS f HAGEN 415 Lacka. Avenue Carpets, Wall Papers, Window Shades, Draperies Mattings, Rugs, etc WILLIAMS & McANULTY. '.27 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. The employe, of William Connell & Company will be panl on nataraay. Division Xo. 7, Ancient Order Hiberni ans, will hold a bail tbU evening in Music hall. The Lsrltawaaaa Iron and Steel Com panies will pay ar. the upper mill today and the lower mill Saturday. A marriage licence was grunted to Will iam 'imi-viT and P.elle Oliver by Clerk of the Conrt Thomas yesterday. The Qrcen BldglOon club wi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 16 March 1894

TUB SCBANTON TRIBUTE FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 10. 1894. LIVE NEWS OF TWO PITTSTONS rTm Scranto.n TiiiHUNK'a l'ittston dS parlnient U iu charn of J. M. Fuy, to whom news item and oouipliiiuU maj bo referred.! ACTION FOR J.,,ooj DAMAGES. fames L Morris for Widow Qllmartln Suit. Hsr Husband's SUvr. An action iu datnigss for $'.'5,000 was couiuisnced at Wilkes-Barre, Wadues day, by Attorney James L. Morris, iu behalf of Mr Annie Oilmartin iiiiainst .lames MoLangfalin, formerly of this rilai'O, bttt now rusuletit of Mayttald, Lackawauua comity. It will bo recalled that one year ago this mouth McLaughlin, who at that time conducted a saloon on BoUth Main street, assaulted Jam! ttiltuartiu, hut baud of the plaintiff, with mob vio leuse as to MUM his dMtb a low hours afterward. The dtfirivtng of th sup port thereby caused is due for the preseut aetiou a DURYEA S NEW POSTMASTER. Hottl Frprtator M K Corcoiau Saouraa tha Covetsd Piiai. M t OoTOorao i the bappiatl into in Dnryea at the preseut miu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 16 March 1894

TITR SCKANTON TRIBUNE- R I IjY MORNIJNG. MAKC1I 1G. 1894. iATKST DRAPERIES. UtnOlllU Ol TLLO rlOIL.O 111 CURTAINS AND PORTIERES. A UctulnlM'ouie of Ihi' Old l-'iialilonrtl I.umhrrquln Many PortlerOi For Single Door Ar ii.ti .i on Polaa Without lUngA ConvoaloBt Kovaibl iCronoii The old fashioui'il lambrequin had its tisc.iiiul a reminiscence of it is often wen in n narrow jrioeo of rich silk loonetl across the curtain in sonic fanciful way. When the window is a bow, the silk is carried ftkmg :ill the windows from one nolo to another, forming a continuous Up- per drapery. Decorator and Furnisher notes and illustrates tins and some other new ideas in drapery as follows: This strip of silk isalso used in the case of windows COMPLETE LIST OF BOOKS. In A F.R!S rRAPERY. near together. Another artistic plan, with two windows qtdtfl dOM together, is to use one lon curtain at each Win dow, the two lon ends hanging on the outside, the short iuside ends drawn to gether at the top between the tw...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 16 March 1894

THE SCRAN TON TRIBUNE" FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 16. 1894. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report. ffol Baking ABSOLUTELY PURE 1 drawing for 50 iu gold, which takes plaoe on the 97th. The programme will ba published id a few days. P. A. Anderson, of Roanoke, Va., ia calling on relatives and friends in thia section. A number of ladies from here are at tending the mid-wiutei convention of the Women's Christian Temperance union, which is being held in Serautou. GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT A Woman's Heart is Wrapped Up in Her CLOAK Ami sometimes it happens a man ufacturer's money is in tin same fix. This one's was. With a stock on hand and pressed for money the story alwaj 9 has the same end lugthe Cloaks are oar's, Not one of them over thirtj days old, the wry newest styles for Bpriug, and the saving will enable von to get lots of other things for Outer. Capes for $3.75. Capes for 5.00. Capes for 7.50. Capes for 9.00. Capes for 10.00. Stylish Jackets for $4 50. Stylish Jacke...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 March 1894

If you dou't see what you wanl in today's TRIBUNE, advertise Cor it. That's what the "CENT-A-WORD" column is for. WT "u,,',l w .U I 8WS K1 emnton ribime There are THIRTEEN more days of the ENCYCLOPEDIA offer, but this number will tipiove unlucky if you or r at owe. TWELVE lAGES--s i COLUMNS. SCIJANTON. PA.. .SATURDAY M()RXIN(i. MARCH IT. 1S4. TWO CENTS A COPY. THE ILUlr turn E'ER RE GRET THEIR WEARING IF TH BEE I CALLED HIM DEAR Ml Usual Bundle Ol Letters Kppsai in the Breck-Inridiit'-Pollard Case. WIT UPON CROSS-EXAMINATION 1'he Fair Plaintiff Causes Much Laughter with Her Sharp Answers to Mr. Butterworth -Old Jim Rodes Was Not a Conventional Man Many Proposals of MarriageColonel Breckinridge's Manner of Introduc ing Himselt to Fair Women. Washington, March to TEIE eligible who managed to run the gauntlet of doorkeepers Into the circuit court thin morning were unusually nntntrotu end distinguished in appear Mioe, They were able to get an esrlv slant of th prineinal In th ea. for li...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 March 1894

iUii SCRANTOJT TRIBUNE SAT URD AY MORNING. MARCH 17, 1894. ONE CENT. A word. Wants vf all kinds cost that much, ex cept Situations Wanted whivJt are inserted FUEE. Situations Wanted. bookkeeper, clerk or solicitor; four years' experience as bookkeeper! best of references, i'uliidiilt: last employers; hond If n.oesaury Address "ANXIOUS," Tribune office, city. OItOaTION WANTED A8 Si UCITOB IN 0 SoraiiUm hy young nmn with experience as traveling saloamau. Address J P., Tribune city. POSITION wanted IN BHOE 8TUBB BK young man with four und u half years' ex perieno. Address W.i rear MO Wajhiugton avenue, city. WANTED BY A BAKBEIi OP LAROE nnl varied experience, a position. Ad Iross A., Avoen, Luzerue county, l'a 117 ANTED-I1V MUST CLAB8 CH1EK T T cook, of eighteen yens experience in the test hotels in tbo north, sooth ana west, can furulah boar of reference. No objection going out i f city. Address, A. C room 17. 1'. O. budding. U-ANTED--N A FIK8T t'l.AsS BAR ber. u good job. AddisJ Smit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 March 1894

1HE SCRANTON XiUBUNE-SATL xtDAY MORNING. MAKCII 17. 1894. 3 mm OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE GENUINE POPULAR Punch HAVE THE INITIAIS Cigars G.. B. & Co., Inn"-'"'1"1 fi Eifi O'nnr Sarney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. -i.lt AKK WARE DR. H. B. SPECIALIST. EYE, EAR, NOSK ANO THROAT. I TO luo A. M. OFFICE HOURS : 35 WYOMING AVE. FEUSOXAL. Miss Sarah MoL.iue has rlurutiJ from New York. Mrs. E. S. Kecd, of Irving aveuue, is seriously ill. J. K. Koyuolds, of Berwick, wns iu this city yesterday, B. v. Camming, jr., cf Pottsvllle, wa hero jmU rday. Ed Eiselo ami Charles HOOM spout last TOdng In Taylor. E. S. Whituoy, of L'arboudalo, was m thiS city yesterday. B, B. Ackerly, of (.'lark's Green, was yesterday m Bcranton, Mr. and Mrs. V. Davis, ot Cat skill, N. Y., are at the Wyoming. U C. King, of Pittstou, was yesterday angagsd m buHiues here. Miss Nellie CoanelL ofTowanda, i visit iu her sHter, Mrs. Keeau. W. D. Johusou, of I.eraysville, was a Visitor lu Boranton vesterdav. NEW FROM WEST SIDE Happenin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 March 1894

4 THE SCR ANTON ik1UNjc-SATURDAY MOKNING. MARCH 17. 1894. SCRANTON TRIBUNE F. EL. WOOD, General Manager. PVBUUMtnoAftiYAKD WBBKLf inSciian ON, PA.. IIY ".hi. lMallMa POBUiBIa CuUI'ANY. New Yohk orrioa: Tiiihom Mim-msn, FlIA.NK B. UlIAY. MANAGK1L ilid-rnl at the Ittofflct at sTiiitfir, 'u., Secrmtl-Cla$t Mail Matter. THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. SCRAXTON. MARl'll 17, 1SSH. PH1ULSTHK0PH1 mi: ans tlio love of all mankind; tut v ;u philantbrouuv hat bo lore to waste ou the auarchiatic T i thrower, i i HAWAIIAN PROGRESS. Iloneit Americans of all sbadea of partisan belief onijht to read with pa -cuiiar pleasure current reports of tho Steady prorets that Inn been made by the hardy patriot of Hawaii iu their efforts to establish governuieut by the people ou the ruins of a rotteu bar barism. The new that I'rMident Doli and his associate cllicials of the pro visional government have tucceatfully tltvised a plan to prpetuat eonstltti tijual rule by nieaus of fair election, to be participated iu by in...

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