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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 March 1894

THE SCIiAJSTON TBIBUNE BAT U itD A Y MORNING, MARCH 17, I8i4. U9llinillllt!l!3illl!lll9III!Iie!!l!:l!i!SH P Valves Filths s THE SCRANTON SUPPLY s ' AND MACHINERY CO. I iiiiiiiiiiuiiiieiiiiiBiiiiiiiiiHiiiHi DO V l' W A N I ANEW NECK BAND on your old shirt. Wo do it. Lac k a wa n n a "I HE Laundry ?P8 Fonn Avn. A. B. WARMAN, Nprrmartfi Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue New Good s n --i n i LULL UI UiUci luj uiiwl Dre ICQ T 5 415 Lacka. Avenue. Carpets, Wall Papers, Windov.- Shades, Draperies, Mattings, Rugs, etc. WILLIAMS & McANULTY. '27 Wyoming Ave C1TV UTS. WAS ill ! in IK Mid-Year Conveutian or tho Womau's Chriitlai lemwruwe Union. riANY LIVE TOPICS DISCUSSED lorcnoon Session Devoted to the Consideration of Different Features of Department Work Mrs. A. M. Holvey Delivers an Eloquent and Stirring Address Reports ot Com niitlees and Other Matters. St. Patrick" Day. liiahnp Brolison, of the Episcopal entire!:, will .Inist.T Che rites of confirmation Sunday, April 1, at St I,...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 March 1894

THE SCHANTON KRiBUNE, SAWKDAY MOKjS1.NO, MAKCH 17, 18JH. BRAVEST DEEDS OF THE WAR. Recollections of Heroism by Land and Sea, TOLD BY MEN WHO WERE PRESENT. Mli-rlng Contributions trom t'aptnin Robert Gates, Colonel .11. L. Little field, Minor It. .11. Flint, Dr. E. T. Billings and Major J. R. Doyle. it is vrooosed in the series of pavers, of WMah the JTlfloWtltg fornu the tenth number to ijive to the public for the first time ami in authentic form, "by a large number of dift in yuishtd contributors, tke stories of the most et'jinul deals of individual heroium and self-i sacrifice oecuring under their personal O&MTMM Hon while in the service, either by lend or sea' .iuriny the tear of tSSt The collection, tchen :omple'.td, trill form a sjdendut monument to the proiress, patriotism attd chivalrous may lanioiity of the American soldier. Thus those luroes ickn, by tin ir indivittttal deeds of during, added hutrt ami nthutiastn to the eonfiiet -tome in ilistinguished cm! others m humb...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 March 1894

TIIE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 17. 1894. , Beccham's pills are 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 drugstores, or write B.F.Allen Co.,365 Canal St., New York. LI Ml OF T CLANDESTINE SCHOOLS. n (Thk Schavton TRiBfp:'s nttotun de partment is in i-harp of J. M. Fuhy, to rhon oewa item and coruplaluW msy bo referred. 1 PITTSTON HAPPENINGS. Events of th Borough Told in a Brief but Interes'lnn Maamr. St. Patrick's Day today. "McCarthys Mishap" pleased a pood z)i audience at Mtttlo hull lat evening. The test of the fire Kong Thursday night again proved it wrthlenf8. The senate confirmed the appoint ment of John H. Mallin as postmaster for thin place Thnmday. Tha.CatUolio society of till place Trill celebrate in oommtration of S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 March 1894

I lilJii SCRAjNTOjtf iKIBUNE -SATURDAY MORINU. MARCH 17, 16S4. ENCHANTMENT GAYOTFE. OtdtCfttd to MISS ROSL MANDLLL. By EDWARD HOLST. i i myv if i l iciit. B w -sv ; sttit a r " . ttsv p x 1-3--.' r i a I I I A n pi 1 w rc r-iTi i t - i PL (lr I , '-J J -t '" l r p 41 41 ' 0 A . A .1 t p sr. p , I Sj 1 SS -h M hs " sua . A- I 1 r i " I 0 tf - V " , A A $1 N Y i ffQ rr iUS.! .555!! 2 1 1 1 p5S?f pcnBS ESS v JESS """"IT. l "' fes 1 $ t . " s Vl jjtzt: 1 qp Ltf I 0j3 1 i-J- j 1 p zl -4,'- A -A 3 da i 0 :hi f r i ; f 281 5 s I 1 iz . r ' . 0' 0' 1 1 I I 5ii. . mf 1 r?rpf A . . A , A A ? - -t ' ci r ,zzri-lf Copyright, New York Musical F.uho Co., l8s)3. A m A rv -r 1H1 1 V - y-i-- -f H HW7 viarcaio il canto vi it-V-i-J J - IV i vWp J y f tri wps? f 1 , 7 i $ ,1 ) P f V i V In 1 f:.J: r . JB3H rrrtrCCrrPee .-- m - - t A S 3 V ' t 0 ----g-S,?y-'!- i I 11 . A . a n : WBK--a.-r"-- F- rO- x1- 0 1 A i r Enchantment Gavotte. : h h . p presto. J Fine, W F THE WEEK SATURDAY, MARCH 10. HOUR Senator...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 March 1894

TTIE SCE ANTON TRIBUNE SATTJ RDAT MORNING. MARCH 17. 1894. 0 ft imm v ' '' v j I I 1 . limm 1 . 1. L .1 i-V I I'M M I 1 Lcnttii Eccentricities. TRIM WALKING TOILETS. , v oi tiio material will IhcyScciu Severely simple After the Frills of : lie Prevailing Mode Serge Riul obevlot are the favorite inal -rials tor walking toilets thin spring & a come the fancy weaves in lilit woolen fab rics and boncle effects. The various shades of green, brown ami purple prevail, ami black is also popular. Sleeves are cut in one piece from shoulder to wrist, or are I made with one or wore pull's extending from the shoulder to the elbow, but in all cases tliey arc very tiylit around the fore- urtu. Plain tailor made styles are still in I YOgUe, and the Test has not declined in fa- vor, while revers are seen on almost every description of bodice, from, the morning jacket to the ball corsage. Uesii'.e tlic galloons, passementerie ami artistic buttons which are employed as trimming tor street gowns, t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 March 1894

t I I 10 THE SCBANTON TRIB VTsi BF 1I A TUIl DAY MARCH 17, 1894. 'm '""ill Ii I . . .1 A r n Z?" vmiimi.,..Ci IF B" Wliii i r- i. . I 1 io ' , & H" tf. ..M)'tek.7A7vs vvA u a JT i1. arMH I io ' Mi Bi 8 Beloved rou 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 e d 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 pages tersely, succinctly to the point. It is the story of our Country pictorially told ; and in it are embraced original photographs not otherwise ob tainable, of every part of our own land. DOIl't F0r6t s'ze...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 March 1894

THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 17, 1894. V?! Talk the With Henry George on Present Hard Times. STOUTLY OPPOSED TO AN INCOME TAX. (low the Single Tax Idea I NpreaOlnK In All Harts of (lie World The Work of ItK Adherent In America and Auntrolasla What the en-inn- May Bring Forth. Content does not mean happiness, Doubt la tho mother of truth. Better a storm that destroys and at the MUM tliuo brings health thu the balm thtt IfrlglMrht, rota und brings death. A cyclone ol discontent Is shaking this country und other countries to-day. Tills moan tlmt the people uro thinking und that they uro lust coming to believe that there is . remedy for the evils under which the musses suffer, and the hard conditions that grind the faces of tho poor. Every beneficial society, evory new party, every organization whether polltieul.rellglous social ,or etUicul, that lias for its iurioso tho improvement of the material condition of the mnHMi Is a means more or less effoctunl on which peopl...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 17 March 1894

12 THE SCRANTON TRIBUTE- SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 17. 1894. Bad Cotou, SriT up Bmod,-(.'onkumptiun. K. a Mr Lin. BtQ., of Ktmpsvillc. Pi in SSI Anue Co.. Va.. writes: "When 1 rommtnri'd taking your 'Discovery' I whs very loiv with a cough, ami at timi'8 sptt ;ip uiurh blood. I mis no, able to do the lenst work, rut roost of the time wns :i ikhI. i was nil rnii-ifiwn, very sreak, my tattst wtu 'ii iy, und i WMgitreinely di poodotlt The llrst i 7 pome 1 HUM on. IHit J A rciu to lo me mncli yt r!r tooi, hut i had fmtii in it 111X1 l I I" it until 1 bad token fifteen bottles, and now I do unt look nor tee liho tlic tamo iiikii I w us one ni'i' utuiieiii'i, mm pii Mit. K. 0. MoLis. ., ., I'o, 1,1, f II mm iliiu filtm I WOlllll Hot ilUVl! thouirht that you would be Uvitog now. 1 can thimktiillv lay 1 mi' entirely cured Of a dU esse which, but for your wnnitt-rtul Discov ery,' woulil have resulted In my death. GORMAN'S AND DEPOT A Woman's Hoart is Wrapped Up in Her GR CLOAK Ami sometimes it...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 19 March 1894

SPECIAL NEWS of intere1 to local Wheelmen Will be foil ml today on puo I. - .v..Url 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 li 11 l - mmm '''-vVV" ewe" aM8 Musicians Ami their local activities will receive special attention in THE TRIBUNE. FJUIIT IAfJES-5C COLUMNS. SCRANTON. PA.. MONDAY MOIINfXii. MARCH 19, 1894. TWO MIN TS A COPY IT II TO THIS ITS 1 TO PR IT S METH11 fl i, ERES BEDLAM OUT FOR A AIRING P.emarhb!? Dcmoasiration in London Over the Employers' Liability Bill. THE SCIilll OF THE CITY GN PARADE The Streets Are Filled With Thou sands of Paraders and Spectators Music from Numerous Brass Bands Assists in Making the Day Hideous Four Hundred Banners of Unique Design Lend Dizziness to the Spec tacleOrations Galore and Applause Unrestricted. London, March is THE trades Unionists' demonstra tion In favor of the employers' liability bill and nRuiust the honse of lord was iti progress all thi afternoon, it transformed London between the Thanea embank Bant and the further Hide of Hyde Park into au indescriba...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 19 March 1894

TIIE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY MORNING. MARCH 19, 1S94. ONE CENT A Word. (Twite nil kinds aoej that mnch, e.v re; I Sihml ions ll'ii,ifiil,ir7ii'ofc oi'c tjried Situations Wanted. WANTS POM irnTTNd MAN 3 i a ikkeoper. (dork or solicitor -nioN as ; roar year experience iwbookk'.'opor; best of referoocee, iucludim: last .nir-l"vrH: lma.1 if nioerj Address "ANXIOUS," Tribune omoe, city. UlTTJATIOjj WAHTKD AS i LIClToRIN 0 Beranton by young man uith exwnenoe :.s traveling ueman . Address .1. P.. Tribune eity. POSITION WAN'lTD IN SHOB STORE BV. 1 voting tnau with four and a half ye irs -t perience, Address W.. renr Mi) Washington avenue, city. "117 ANTED- BY A BAUUEK OP LARGE VV n1 varied cxp-'rienc-e, a )xsltioa Ad dress A , Atom, Luaerao county. IV ANTKl) BY PIBST CLASH CHI EI Cook. Oi CUlltecU j-mvs 0pTly-- I" the lest hotels m tho n.irth, south IMWii can furnish boat of roforenoo. No objection colnn out of eity. Addrea, A. C room IT, P. ' ) w building II r ANTED BY A I her. a gisvl j...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 19 March 1894

1 TIIE tCRAKTO.N TBIBUNJB MONDAY MORNING. MAKC1T 10. 1804. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE GENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G . E3. & Co., Imnrip)i"i ri Each Clfjar. Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. I out; r IKK li DR. H. B. WARE SPECIALIST. EYE, EAR, NOS1S AND THROAT cffice ewmjlwik .35 WYOMING AVE. tfSi NEWS PROM VVBST SIDE Happens of a Day That Will Inters Hyde Fork Realari SATURDAY NIGHT'S CONFLAGRATION A Double Dwelling Occupied By Four Families S.lghtly Damaged By Fire. Death of Mrs. Eve Rinker Lacka wanna Council to Give an Invitation Concert Novel Race of Prominent Men Interesting News Notes. V.t. and Mr. R E Hurley enter tHind a number of frieinls at their handsome rusidence at N'ortb Park Fri day evening with a card party, in honor of their guest, Mis Hurley, of Det Moiues, la. After sailing down the dark, uivs terious Nile, viewing the pyramid!, n annniue; the qnsiut street of Cairo and rambliiiu ovsr the continent, Mr. and Mrs. E B. Stures and daughter will ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 19 March 1894

t TITE SCTJANTON TI?IBUNE-1VK)S OAT MOANING. MARCH U 18i I. SCRANTON TRIBUNE F. E. WOOD, Manager. General frjiufnrn paii v am weekly ix Sriun ton. Pa., uy Tin: Timit'XE PlHiUMm C'OMrANY. Xrw Tonic Office: Tiiiepse Prn.DiNO, Frank B. BMT, Mavaoeil Uutmit at thr rnttoflte at .Smin'mt. ftt Bteand-Ckm UtU Hatter. THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. BCBANTON, ItAROB w, IBM. liv MtDOCitra the tnriti Dtmooraoy puts a tax on Industry . anil by adopt ing iin income t.'.x it wants to levy blackmail on br.in. enterprise nw thrift. Add to this its various scheiuos lor polluting tlio ballot ami vitiating th currency, rad you hntt n nun of political villainy aaatonad to Utiuverr's own Us to. SECUET MARRIAGES. From its ntj nature, tt ceremonial of marriage is intend I m a testimonial of publicity. Tht whole tenor ami purport of the legal raatflotioM t" which this ceremonial is surrounded j:o to preserve it from the aocial MB' Kers of secrecy, it requires :ie ex tended argument to prove that lb p so cial purity ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 19 March 1894

I THE SCU ANTON TKIJJUNE-M()M)VY MOUXINU. MARCH V.K 1894. miliailllillllliiiiiiiiiiigiiiiiiiiiiHiiiii; I Pipe I COUNCIL CAN T AGREE JOHN WYCL1FFE S H OUR CHURCH SOCIETIES Valves 1 Fittings i 1 THE SCRANTON SUPPLY AND MACHINERY CO. I rillllDlllllSlllliaillllBBaiECSBilBIBtilSBsS DO yOU WAN A NSW NECK BAND ou your old shir'. Wo do if. Lackawanna ' THE Laundry TG8 Fetin Ava. A B. WARMAN. Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE "20 Wyoming Avenue New Goods In L-Ciwww ill Ul UlUwl ICC UlllU Dress rrinuninfis 415 Lacka. Avenm Carpets, Wall Papers, Window Shades. Draperies, Mattings, Rugs, etc. WILLIAMS & McANULT'f. j '27 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. Duumn Lcg'slators Fail lo Elect a Secre tary lor the Dji'ousih. THE TROUBLE THAT FOLLOWED Secrctnry Savage Locker the Books and Documents of the Borough in a Safe oi Which He Alone Has Coin- blnatlon- Burgess Duggan Takes Possession of Town Hall and Has It Guarded by Police. Paim- wr blesW and distributed In the Catholic churches of the city roster d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 19 March 1894

THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE -MONDAY MORNING. MARCH 19. 1894. LIVE NEWS OF 10 PITTSTONS I AKEN FROIN REAL ml TnK Boiumtor Tuihunt.'s Ptttstoa fle pnrtment is in chart?'1 of J, M. l"iihy, to whom news items aud complaints may bo referred. ERIN'S SON'S PARCDE. St. Patrick' ,i Day Celebrate! by the Catholic Sool-tiee of Thle rinoe. With hearts full of patriotism ami joy the sons of Brill BTSSted Olfl Sol as be bobbed lii beaming face over the SSSterO horison early Saturday moru iiit St. Patrick's Dy. It wii the kind of it dav that is often wished for lut seldom stvn at tins S"ison of tho year. With the dawning of the morn could heard the blare of the tram -petl and t ht tap of the drums iiiincniu riui? tho preliminaries for tli hi pn rade frhioli was to sun at s o'clock. Bocisty uien in full regalia, som oa foot, others mounted, vied with ec!i other in appearance, while old Irish grandmothers, full of enthnaiaani or the daya when they were bright-eyed lassies, stool side by aide with their A...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 19 March 1894

lTTE SCTtANTW TRTBTTNE--MONDAY MORNING. MARCH 1&. 1894. 7 DREAMS AS EVIDENCE. Thrilling murder tales record ed IN THE OLD LAW BOOKS. Beeallaa At-i lakiiA if a Dlslatereed1 Corpse. no Man pmai cr a Grin Before II i Comitiittfxi --A Mother sees Bar Son lillle.l mill Arrnr- Mis Drutli. I,:iv Etportt of the Sivti'i-titli mill Scvcn fctuth wuturies contain numerous refcr tn.es to suprrnatunil oceurreuci-s in court nnd on the scaffold. One of the moat ro raarkable records oi thin kind is connected with u mnrder trial which took place in England eawj In the reign o( the iirvt Charles. Sir ohu iaynarJ, one ut the. first tairyeiBat the cent tiry, is tlie author ity for tba supernatural events o( the trial, and In his quaint preface to his Dotea he says he "thought goodtoroport the art deueo which was given, which many did hour, that the memory thereof might not be lost by miscarriiii?) of papers or ot her wise." One Jdhnn Noxkett, a farmer's wife, had died, and at the coroner's InqUeet e...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 19 March 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY MORNING. MARCH 19. 1894. Highest of all in Leavening Powc Latest U. S. Gov't Report. 0 ABSOLUTELY PURE 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 the same fix. This one's was. "With a stock on hand and pressed for money the story always lias the same ending--the Cloaks are our's. Not one of them over thirty days old, the very newest styles for spring, and the saving will enable you to net lots of other things for Easter. 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 Jackets for 5.00. Stylish Jackets for 6.00 Stylish Jackets for 7.50. Stylish Jackets for 8.50. Stylish Jackets for 10.00. THE NEWS OF B! W S Ontof town ofirmpon atnti ofTni nun dkb should sign thotr quium in full to , ,cti uowniHttor, not for pabttofttloQ uut to goura AtfrtlllKt iJcCi'DtiuU.l WOMEN'S Silk Waists Wo are showing a superb lino of these...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 20 March 1894

If Scranton s Munioipal legislature is a corporation sewer, it is tor the voters of BorantOQ to turn on the hose. i run rm mmm f V f sSi We have no Bo-s rule here. Citizens eau have good men in office if they will take the trouble to nominate and elect them. EIGHT PAGES-56 COLUMNS:9 ' Alt M(j,7 SCRANTON, PA.. TUESDAY MOKXIXO. MARCH 20, 134. TWO CENTS A COPY. IT II ED ID) 111 AT SMI rail S BE TOO ft TEXAS IS SWEPT I TORNADO Thirteen People Known to Hive Been Killed. M my loured. iN PATH OF THE DEADLY CYCLONE ?uin and Disaster Everywhere -Part of the Town of Emory Totally De stroyedHailstones Weighing Eigh teen Ounces Fall at Lansing Switch. A Train's Narrow Escape from the Funnel Shaped Cloud. Lonuview. Tex , March 19. D TORNADO passed over thin place A nt 1 o'clock yesterday morning j doing much damage, At Lan uU sing Switch six persons were killed. Great hailttoBN Ml, many of them weighim; from fourteen to ei;lit ecu ounces. Others, which mint have been vrv much larger, were found ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 20 March 1894

2 TIIE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING. MARCH 20, 1594. ONE CENT A Word. Huiifso nil Hndl mm) that nmeft, eo rrpf .sifimf ions iitiil,whui aiv inn fieri FREE. Situations Wanted. rouSS" 5T nnan 55" " SoSfiSS 3a3 1 bookkeeper, clerk or solicitor; foor yean experience m bookneopart but of refarancos, Including last employers; bond It necessary Addr.-s, "ANXIl'l'S." Tribune office, city. VITI ATION WANTED AS Si LUTTOB IN O Serunton by a young lunu with experience rs traveling suiosnian. Address J, Trlbuns ;ity. POSITION WANTKD ID BHOK8TOBKBY X young man with four an J a lialf yours' ex porience. Address W.rcar 540 Wa-ihingtoii avenue, city. ANTED- BY A BARBER OF LARUE und varied experience. position. Ail dress A.. Avoca, Luzerne county, IV ANTED- BV FIRST CLASS Cllll-t cook, of HnMn run cxpoi-oiice hi tin but hotels in the north, south ana w:, can tarnish bout of reference. So objoctioti going out of city. Address, A. C, room 1.. 1'. 0 building. Ur ANTED BY A FIRST CLAHS BAB her. a g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 20 March 1894

THE SCItANTON TRIBL NE-TL ESDAY MOT? XING. MAtiCH 20. 1894. 3 BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE GENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G.., B. & Co., Imprlnfnrt n Fitch Clnnr. Gamey, Brown & Co. Mfr's. IOUKX uuusi: . i .ii.i- DR. H. B. WARE si'Kci u,isr. EYE. l'.A II, lSOtxii AM) THROAT. OFFICE HOURS r? '35 WYOMING AVE. PERSONAL. I I K. 11. Brtabrook, if Carbon dale, was in tint, city yoitrrJuy. .lujsj.. n.HtiKi w. Bearhof Botqaebanns, w m S.T.tutou yosioi Jny. T. Walter Clans, of Lshtafctou, and George H. Williams, ol Catasaatiua, art t tbc Westminster, 1.. H. Demareet, of th Aoilrews-Dem- srwst BredinR OOUpany, Nw York, WM lu Beraaton yesterday. U. s. Wisut-r and ), A. Boagleud, of Brooklyn, and Joeepb Atkinson, ol Haw ley, are t in,. Wyoming. JikIw K. W, liitujtor was aplt to it up Bnnday uj yesterday, and expects to tf '. to leave ttif noun ittMut tfu nay. J-bn J Murpcty aiul hi guest, P H. O'Donnell, left yesterday morning for Washingtcfa, D. C., to resnroe their lw ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 20 March 1894

4 THE SCT?ANTCyST TBIBTOB-TUESDAY MORNING. MARCH 20. 1S9J. SCRANTON TRIBUNE F. E. WOOD, General Manager. rrm.isnin daily ami wisely is bch t TON. PA.. UY lllK 'IHIIIUNU I'LBLIHIIINO Company. Nf.w YotiK On-IOR: TllIIIBKI BCII.nlSO, Frank S. Gray. MAVAOM. lateral al the rfi(ttce nl Vnin'on. Po- " Stcvnd Clitsf Hail X'atttr. THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. BOB ANTON, MARCH 30, ikh. Tiik PBX8KKT sickly riM tiostitfs stHtiip costs (Joel !nu icTen and one lislf cnu ptr thousand, gam looludsri. It is an rmuaatlo iity na doesn't imik it iin bvph dime tod jncure a quality of paj er tuut will occasionally tvur along ths linen of perfVr.itiou. - TEMPERANCE PROGRESS. On tils, toe ninetieth birthday of General Heal Dow, the pntatire father of tlm ttmperanoe movementin Amer lea, it will l customary, no doubt, to supplement tiu Dsrsonalfoelebratloo in whieh ih3 venerable reformer will par tloipate iu Portland, Me., with remin iscent glanoas at the progress of the central ;battlejagainst strong drink, That, ...

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