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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 20 March 1894

THE SCRANTON TBIB UNE TUESDAY MOB N IN Or, MARCH 'JO. yilllillli!llliilllll!ligi!illilliiiiiiu fPipe I f Valves j ! Fittings I s THE SCRANTON SUPPLY AND MACHINERY CO s niiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiigiiiiiiiiiiiaifiiitiiiiiR Dp VOL WAN 1 A IM cl W NECK BAND OQ vonr old shirt V. do it. Lackawanna Laundry JC8 Fenn Av-. A. B. WARMAN. Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE i20 Wyoming Avenue New Goods In " anss VAA afMUUWl I I l I Lin iMiin J L X Cuu . j jj 415 Lacka. Avenue Carpets, Wall Papers, Vindow Shades, Draperies Mattings, Rugs, etc WILLIAMS & McANULTY. '27 Wyoming Ava CITY .NOTES. I E UNOER CONTRfiCT FENDERS MUST APPERR SIXTY IEW HHIHHICHN II I I II I I i 1 I ) II I 1 I 1 I I J : lllUilllU " 1111UU11 Piy your gis bills today and sara the discount. Th Easrsr choir of th Pann A7enue biptis: chnrch, will rnee: this even.ag for rehearsal The Adonis Dancing cUus will hoU its Eastar social at Excelsior hail Monday evening next. The sale of suata for Mr. an 1 Mr. Ken dall will open at tho A -ademy...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 20 March 1894

6 THE SCB ANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING. MARCH 20. 1894. inai LIVE NEWS OF ill TWO PITTSTONS Thk BORANTON Tkiiione'm ritNtnn de railment is in chMga of J. IL Faby, to whom news itoma anil oomplainbi tuay he referred. TOWN COUNCIL MEETING. A Livsly Session but AU Cam Out With out SOf itch. Tlie town council met in special sei eion in (he t.wn ii .11 last evening. The mestiug wu called to order by Chair man Mangan M B 80 o'clock. Tberu were present Messrs, Kennedy, Ma looey, Clifford, Tigue, Hennigan, Kearney, Doonelly, Mangan an 1 Lynolt .Mr. Kelley, of Boatb Main street, appenre l before the oounotl and naked what disposition the soauoil Inteulel to make of her oue, It beioit damages Keke I tor i y reason of a washout to tbe coinplaiuaut'a property last full O i motion committee was empowered to confer in conjunction wltn tna borongh solicitor and adjust the difference. Mr Bark, of Swallow street, asked payment m the mini of 1 7 for team hire, which ha waa compelled to engage, of Wi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 20 March 1894

THE SCKAKTON TBIBTJNE-TUESDAY MORNING. MAKCH 20. 1S94. A HAIRBREADTH. "Hear yel Hear ye I Hear ye! All per- ons having further business with tliiscir cuit court niul court of oyer nml terminer trill now draw near and give their atten tion no to be heitrill" The crier itepped down, and tJe- Judge's gavel fell thrice with short, sharp raps. The gtvut trial was about In bet,'in. From every corner of the apaeioua court room anxious eyed spectators peered expeelantly toward the group of Botori, each of whom was soon to play his part In the life drama which began as comedy and would prob' ably end aaa tragedy. Dp iu bii lofty hi(?h backed chair wit his honor, with gold rimmed eyeglaraea ami generally dlattar guished appearance. He leaned over and made a remark to the aheriff. who nodded and replied. To the right stood the ilis trlet uttonif y in conversation with DM us sedate. He waa u tall, dafk haired man with sharp eyes nii resolute face. Hack of this couple was the object toward which...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 20 March 1894

3 THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING. MARCH 20. 1894. GORMAN'S GRAND DEPfl FIRST VIEW 01 Sp ring MILLINERY jpe Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. ays For several years our Millinery Open ings have been the event of the season. You are invited to visit the store, com pare and judge THE EWS OF NEARBY TOWNS Examine the Trimmed Hats and Bonnets. Examine the Untrimnirl Eats and Fonnets. Examine the reat shov of Artificial Flowers. Examine the vast collec tion of Trimmings. MOOSIC A0 TH.EaBOUIS. TLo Newa for of t'jn Div Epitom z-.d Hurried E J nj. Special to tlm SSranton Trtbunt, Mooeic, P., Jlnrc'i 19. LtBt San day morning abont forty membtriof the Women's Christian Tsmpsranw anion and temtisrancs workers met at the boms of Mrs. William Westcott and iitt-nileil In a inlv service at tbo Brick Methodist Bpiicopal chnrch. Tiie pastor. !tv. J. L. Kace, preached a v?ry eloqtwnt :rinoii on teiuperauce In all its branches, especially on strong drink and social purity. A concert will u-3 uiven ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 March 1894

There is vet Time to get a tenant for tlmt vacant house by menus of a TRIBUNE "for rent advertisement. tC ?T r sr v V V y V V ' ---.-- i ; ' , V V W The Cost Is niily a penny a word, and the rot urns an: as sure as death and taxation. EIGHT PACES--. COLUMNS. SCR ANTON, PA.. WEDNESDAY MORNING. MAIM II 21, 181)4. TWO CENTS A COPY. IEIUBI G6p n n rr? lift 1 TANDAR STILL SHOWING UP DEFENDAN T Hiss Pollard's Scathing Arraignment ol Colonel Breckinridge. MALIGNED HIS PRESENT WIFE The Testimony of the Plaintiff' of a Most Sensational Nature, Affecting All Save the Defendant Episode of the Pistol Witness Frankly Admits Her Intention to Shoot the Cause of Her Misery. Washington, D. C, March ?0 111. morning session nt the t' laru-tfrecaiiirulKe trim win eou- linen i'y uiu i. . bv. uaiu.1 brought out iu the afternoon. r i . . .I. : i . 'Mis Pollard, you said yesterday that your relations with the defen laut contmued after Ins marriage. "After his secret marriage." "Did you bars auy suspicion n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 March 1894

THE SCK ANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING. MARCH 21, 1S94. A Word. Wants af all Mnd eost that initefc, M rrjit Situations it ntui, which are fttoert FRSS. Situations Wanted. MAN WANTS POSITION Vol'NU I bookkeeper, clerk or solicitor; foot AS ar-' 'Xoerionoo hi bookki i'ulndiiic lat I'mnl'i' Addrees "ANXIOUS ton ; best of r era; bond if i " Tribune ofHc raeosarf1. It) uriToK cm ATION WANTED AS s n RnMnfaui liv u wmnfl mail with sxuerienoi as traveling salesman. Aduresej, F. Tribune eUy. )OsrTloN WAX I'KI' IN SHOESToRBHY J yotniH man with four ami a ball years' ex perienco, Address VV., rear MO Woshinffton avenue, city. Ranted by first class chief conk, of eighteen rears experience In the bot hotels in tho north, south ond west, can turniah iwot of rofereuoo. No objection aoinu' out if city. Address, A. 0., room IT. P. o. huildinf. IJlll'ATIoX WANTED A FlltST (LAS-; steam or hot water Utter who can ink" oharffo and lav out work, wmliini: oositl ntt Jtter, can tarnish the vera boat of re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 March 1894

I THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE WEDNESDAY MORNING. MARCH 21. 1894. 3 BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE GENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G . E3. 8c Co., Imprinted nn farti Cgir Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. I ul Kl UUUM. -i.-l .il.L DR. H. E3. WARE SPECIALIST. EYE, EAR, NotSJ AMD THROAT. iJOTo b.30 if.U. WYOMING AVE. UssES NEWS FROM WEST S DE This is naturally the dullest loolal weak In the year, All form of enter tainment hate been practioally aband ne I and the society b-ll- is fortifying lerself for the gay round of pleaanre that Easter week will usher in as a ecorapense for the restrictions that '.he penitential season imposed. Ths appearance of the Kendall at the Academy of Mu.ic Thuri dtiy eveuiuK, will probably bring out a nnuiber of sosiety people, notwith standing that it is the ere of Good Friday. It is the tirat appearance of Mr and Mrs Kendal in tuts city, and innnv are anxious to see these cnarui log English people of whom so much has been said aud written. e OnWcdneada...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 March 1894

1 1 THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE- WEDH ESDAY 3IORNINO. MARCH 81. 1894. SCRANTON TRIBUNE F. E. WOOD, General Manager. . rtllll.lSnXI. DAILY AND WEKKI.Y IN ScllAN- on, Pa., dt Tub 'Iiiiiiunb I'uumkuixo COMPANY. Nr.vr Torm fFncr.: TrtinrtNn nnn.niNo. Frank 6. Chat. MahAOML Filtered at tlf t'ottoflce ill Serant'in, ri, o Second-Clan Hail Hatter. THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. SCRANTON. MARCH 2', IRW. illicit!-: is souiotbiiix radically wroiiK' in luws that iillow th mmcrupiilons uian owning . few feet of land to ruin tlis property of liij neighbor by the erection of uuiightly arehltecturftl nightmares. SOUND AMERICANISM. In H'Tmon delivered on St. Pat rick' Day in St, Paul' cathedral Arch bishop Ireland utte re ! soma sntimenta Hint will set vry rifrat-thinking American to applauding. Taking for his theme "Fnrig:i Kutionuliam iu America," tho Archbishop reviewed at length the car?er of Ireland's patron aaint, who, although not born iu Ire land, became o mott IojmI and patri otic Irish mu; tontraded tha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 March 1894

I THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING. MARCH 21, 1894. yBiUlUlUlll!IJ!hliit!it3E2IHBH!LKEillU na Pipe Valves ittisigs 5 THE SCRANTON SUPPLY AND MACHINERY CO, niiigaiiitaBiigtiiiiiiHitisiiiiiiiiuitiii HO Vol; WANT A IMfc W NECK BAND on your old shirt. We do it. Lackawanna THE Laundry f 08 Fcnn Avb. A B. WARMAN. Norman & Wioore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue New Goods In Laces, Embroideries anc Dress Trimmings 415 Lacka. Avenue. Carpets, Wall Papers, vVindow Shades Draperies, Mattings, Rugs, etc WILLIAMS & McANULTY. '2 7 Wyoming Ave CITY NOTES. The board of control's high school com mittee will meet tomorrow evening to elect a chairman. The Cambro-Anir-ncan choir will re hearse tonight in Young Men' Curitian Association hall. Quite a number of new case of the measles were reported to the board of henlth yesterday. Repairs are being mado on the asphalt , pavement on Lackawanna avenue by the Barber Asphalt company. The Delaware, Lackawanna and West ern company paid the emp...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 March 1894

I 5 THE SCRAXTON TKLBUXE-AVEDNESDAY MORNING. MARCH 21. 1894. LIVE NEWS OF TWO PITTSTONS Tn BdUMTOIl TRIOOTtafa Pittston de partment is iu charge of J. M. Fahy, to whom newa items aud complaints may be referred. 1 Mm. Ford, who was nearly burned to dentil Friday evening by her house taking fire, is improving. The incandescent lamp located on William street between Defoe and Ful ton has bean out ol order for some timo and should bo repxirtid. The (ire gong was again tested last evening au 1 proved as worthless ai ever. Hoyt shaft resumed work yesterday morning. William Jones, of this place, de feated William Ainsley, Wilkes Barre'a orack pool player, in a pool match at M. J. Buckley's restaurant on South Main itmet M r. lay night, The match was 160 nointa, and r. suited with a loora of loS to !?". Tiie contest nnts will play another game of 100 point at Thouipjou'4 pool parlors, Ilket-Barre, The Lnilm sihool honsi was broken into last Bandar night bysoiuemi i reuuts, and looted of suc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 March 1894

TITE SCB ANTON TBlBtTXE-WEDNESDAY MORNING. MARCH 21. 1894. THOSE CHEAP SWELLS. KUISANCES AND DEAD BEATS WHO MASQUERADE AS MEN. Whvy Hon Ago to LI.. Without KM Ap parent liu-oitiu Hiul Hake Thanaelvei Intoliruhly Ofltaalae tn DMOBt I'l'oplr. SmnplcH of the TWO CUMaee. Literally, BOOfea of men itro familial to the pttblin nr. liirgx whoae pfetenalOBB to Itvelldom are sn traiispnmitl)' falsotliat lliey altnoa approach the grotesque Vet as the yean roll by they continue to float about upon tbaenrface o( Ufa, are always to Ih) Touud la public placee, ara on hand nt all state nmaainm. and at every notable thoatrical or public event, ami apparent!)! enjoy most of the privilegei Ol the elect o( the earth. After a time the fcellnR of rt:ri osity abottt them dlM away anil that of exasperation takaa t:.i place. They posr tin men about town, "rotnulen.," BeBUMMa of leisure anil tholtkfl. KveryKniy knows that they are petmucae, yet they llTa on luxu ries It 13 the cheap nrall who stan wom en out...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 21 March 1894

a TITE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-WEDN ESDAY MORNING. MARCH 21. 1894. Highest of all in Leavening Tower. Latest U. S. Gov't Report PrftfeJ Baking ABSOUUTELY PURE GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT 7IRST VIEW OF Spring IHE PS OF y TOWNS Cut or townoorneponasatsotTns Tata- 0M8 should slen thetriMIIIM in full t aeU newsletter, not for publication uut u iiuar J dinuiit deception. 1 STROUOSBUSG TOPICS. MILLINERY Judge The i'lil on g Days pemn Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. ings have event 01 You visit the are store, com pare and judge. Examine tli3 Trimmed Hats and Bonnets. Examine the Untrimmed Hats and Eonnets. Examine the great show of Artificial Flowers. Examine the vast collec tion of Trimmings. NICHOLSON NOTtS Brief Chronirl 'f Patln Events of Qsneral Interest. Py m'til to the S&nntnn Trih'tne. Nicholson, Ph., March 80. R. D Newton la buildinif an addition to hi honse on State stret. Boy The TRIBUNE booaaiO it is the best piper. The Delaware, L iclciw.nna and W stern company intends to build a new br...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 March 1894

MUSICIAIIS . . . . Will bo interested in our article on ficranton's rare violins. printod on page I. IT IS AHOTHER . Example of Scranton's in evitable supremacy. BIGHT PAGS-SG CO M t , (,.,m, SCRWTOX. PA.. THURSDAY MOHMN(i, MARCH 22, 1894, TWO CENTS A COPY. ARKABL fu 10 S7 tl LI TMMtl I 0 K8 MAY r77 r.-i n n THE PROTEST OF THE BANKERS They Call on Dm Pmldtnt to Veto the Salgu lorae Bill. STRONG REASONS ARE PRODUCED The Law Would Impair the Govern ment's Credit A Promise Was Supplied, Otherwise the Bond Is sue Would Not Have Been Taken Up- Forcible Resolutions Adopted with No Dissenting. Voice An Ar gument Agamst Further Inflation. Nkw York, Marc!'. SSI, TE1K opinion of of the presidents ot the Urge bank and financial in stitutions of New York in re sard to the Bland Seigniorage bill was quietly but explicitly stated st a meetioit held at tbe Union Trust oompsny'c offices tin afternoon It ws 'tnee ting of representattva nieu iu New York finances and with out speech in akiu:,' excitem...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 March 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE Til UI?SDAY MORNING. MARCH 22, 1694. ONE CENT A Wo ret Wituisvf nil Mntfi oott Hint much, ae rrt Situation Wanttd,nhich art inserted FREE. Situations Wanted. bookkeeper, clerk or solicitor; four year experience as bookkeeper; I'ust of refeieucee, Including last employers; t'oud ir neoeeeari Address "ANXIOUS," Tribune ottce, city. Q1TUATION W AHTKU as sri.u i un in i3 ecrauton bye youug men witn Address J perieuoe rrlbuae us travt'lint; salesman vity POSITION WANTEIMN BHOE ftfoRK lY J young uun with (our ami u half years' PI pe Hence. Address w . rear MO Weihlngton venue, city, s ituation wanted uy a vounu knul ot man frno a willing tJ no Wo:k;u.:e. li'. tali- iK'iinini: cuii tin nlsn noo,i Address .vi. U. (Poet Offloe.,8cran reference. tyn 1JY A YOUNU MAN IW DRV UOOD8 OR JJ croeery store, or some business where ho could work up, Some experience, itissl rwvr encet will ,rn cheap Address 1' 0 box Ti. Montrose, Pa Helo Wanted Females. pOOK WANTED V tout Call U a t ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 March 1894

THE BCB ANTON TRIBUNE THURSDAY MORNING. MARCH 22. 1894. 3 BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE GENUINE POPUUft Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G., B. & Co., Imprintel nn Enoh Cigar. Carney, Brown & Co. Mfr's, lOllll IIIH -.1 v' I A KK. DR. H. B. WARE SPECIALIST. EYE, EAR, KoisE AND THROAT. w.iivu UVVHV WW TO 6. A) lat. '35 WYOMING AVF. I'EKSOXAL. Theodore Connell returned last iM torn Yale. J. A. Fawcott, of Oil t'lty, w.is In 8cru ton yesterday. Mr and Mr. M. 11 Hureunder are iu New York city, J. A. H. Campbell, of New York, w.is in inns city yesterday. A H. Saumleni, of Uiuhaiutou. wan In Bcrantoo yesterday. Mr Lillian Wood, of Adams avenue, is Viettlng friends at Moscow, Mr. and Mr. S. Haslacher, of Koobester. nre Spending a tew day here. M H. fierce, of Marathon. N Y., va calling ou Scrautou friends yesterday. Attorney V. V. Watsoti returned yes terday from a business irio to t'hicago. E. P. Mucklow, of tlinersvllle, was eu- gagd iu Srvrautou ou business yesterday, J. D. Stoue, o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 March 1894

Till: SCRAXTOX TIUJJTJ"N"E-Tin:USDAY MORNING. MARCH 22. 1894. SCRANTON TRIBUNE F. E. WOOD, General Manager. rOBUIBin nMl.Y AMI WIElll.Y 1 N Si RA TOH, PA., UY Tuk TklBUMI PVHUSHI80 L'oiirA.Y NCW Yoiik OntCR TKIHW1 Bum.iiINO. Thank 8. Okay. Manaoeil Wand at tht Pottogtc at RmMtoa, F Srrtif-t7i. Mail Matter. THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. BCBANTON, MARCH 1 v.i. ACCORDINUTO the PMlalMphU Vt. "tho siilewiilks belong to the pMplfl Mid it u u Infrlngaintnt of their right m well una iborUjlgbted pollof on the jmrt of the property owuerii tbemielvei tu jilace uuv obstruction In the w.ir of their free tine." We uegUd this truth It reeognlitd la Pbiledelphit, end we hope to fritnea its ischial recognition here. - QUEEN VICTORIA. From the point of view of un Aiuer- cu repnblioea it bun fonj beu tiiys :ery that modem England should rind anything to grow enthtulastio over in tlte personality of the harmless old ldj who charges it lomotblng like $10,lKK, 000 a year for the privilege of having herself nud ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 March 1894

I THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY MORNING. MARCH '22. 1894. SliiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiimiiiimiiiimiiiiiiii: I Pipe Valves IPS THE SCRAN10N SUPPLY AND MACHINERY CO, niiiiiiimiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiHiirS DO yot WW r ANtw NECK BAND on your old shirt Wo do it. Lackawanna THE Laundry tOt Penn Ave. A B WARMAN. NorrmanA Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue BARGAINS N SWIVEL SILKS Cheney Bros.' CHINA SILKS HASKEL BLACK SILKS 1111 415 Lacka. Avenue. Carpets, Wall Papers, Window Shades, Draperies, Mattings, Rugs, etc WILLIAMS & McANULTY. '27 Wyoming Ave CITY NOTES. MUST OBSERVE SUNDAY Violators of Law Must Promise Submission by April 1 or Be Prosecuted. PASTORS' UNION ON THE WATCH Twenty Sub-Cointnitteos in All Parts of the City Are Working to Stop Unlawful Business on Sunday -It Moral Suasion Kails, the Law Will Mr Applied Mayor Connell's Edict. The Work Divided. WILL OPEN MONDAY NIGHT. This morning the grand ; rry will present its first report to court. Tn new coses of measles Were repor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 March 1894

6 TTIE SCHANTON TRIBUNE T1IITRSDAY MORNING. MARCH 22. 1894. LIE W ii mm TnK BOBAlrTOll Tr.iiWNE's Pittaton de partment is in chaw of .1. M. Fully, to Whom new Item! and complaints niay b referred . j GUNNING FOR DELEGATES. Candidate George S- Ferris te Kindly Rs celvad by Republican FrletuU. Pot the past week or K aeveral poll tlelana from Wllkee-Barre nod Pittaton have vielted tins leotloo in ipiest of delegntee for the next Republloan comity oonTeotioo. It in, of course, little early, bat the old apboritm, "that tli parly birl natohee the worm," i running Id their minds, and they aro all utter tlu worm. Last week Qeorga B Ferrle, attorney at law tor Weat Pltlitoo, who Ii a can dldate for orphan' court judge, was tit re ami wat accompanied by .lames Kuret aiul Profeaeor Shiel, of Pittaton, iitiil County Cotnm iiioner Smith, of Wllkee-Barre. Toey male tour of tins region ami w;r kindly received by thou- Republican friends, but whether they aucoeeded in oatebing nny delegate! it i: i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 March 1894

THE SCR Aft TON TRIBUNE- TH l'K,-DAY MORNING. MARCH 'J2. 1894. HOME DECORATION. HOW TO FURNISH A HOUSE WITH TASTE, FASHION AND ECONOMY. Ki DUeover um Thlunsita -.-. uerj For Convanlanoe and Comfort N.'it ! villa uii it lioncrul Srlii mit of t'ulur lie- qnlremente of Modern Parlor. It iikiv ;jiicni unite . simple matter to eutor it Htoro of furiiisiiiiiits ami soli'ct tlic various conventional pieces of furni ture required, but nothing leu than a continuous study of colon, tieaigm and effect, t tvit't ItA' with an intuitive percep tion of what is really desirablesud beau tiful. is nnrrwarj in order to proonn oonpiete harmony of effect. The rag gcetions here reproduced from The Deoo raior and Furnisher will, wo trust, be of assistance to tlioso who deain to know how to acoompliah this reault with taste, fashion and economy. Tin' true art of furoishtng is to first discover what things are really necessary for the OOnTenieUOe and comfort of the occupants' of -the house, ami then allow t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 22 March 1894

8 THE SOI? ANTON TRIBUNE THURSDAY MORNING. MARCH 22. 1894. Beecham's pills are foi oiliou9ness, bilious headache, dyspepsia, heartburn, torpid liver, dizziness, sick head ache, bad taste in the mouth, foaled tongue, loss of appe tite, sallow skin, w hen caused by constipation ; and consti pation is the most frequent cause of all of them. Hook fret.' : pills - 25c. At drugstorcs.or write B.F.Allen .,o.,;,(5 Canal St.. New York. GORMAN'S THE NEWS OF ! NEARB TOWNS 6RAII00EP0T FIRST VIEW OP Sprin g MILLINERY Opening Days Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. F r several years our Millinery Open ings have been the event of the season. You are invited to visit the store, com pare and judge. Examine the Trimmed Hats and Bonnets. Examine the Untrimmed Hats and Eonnet3. Examine the great show of Artificial Flowers. Examine the vast collec tion of Trimming. pick:3 up n peckviue. Heccer.insrs of ihs El7 CMTMtlf Bl oovded bt Paithfel Rsporw. FTirini to the. Hr"l'rt THi4 PlCXVILAJ, I'.. Msr'.-. Messrs...

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