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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 31 March 1894

I THE SCRAN TON TBIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 31. 1894. EEWARK OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE CF.NUINF POPULAR 1 mt sj MM mb 1 iiii Punch Cigars KAVF. THE INITIALS Gi., E3. S Co., Carney , Brown & Co. Mfr's. OR. H. B. WARE RPF.CI M.ISV. EYE, EAR, NOSE AInO THROAT CFFiCE HGORSxWft.. 35 WYOMING AVE J 4p Major and Mrs, Everett Warren jros tertlay gave for tnelr children, flsr jorle nd Dorothr.at their bom, 030 Madison aveane, ;i pink domiuo uijs qnerade party to about forty little ones Mrs. H'tiry Kingsbury ami Mrs. P.P. Price atlllted iu entert lining. Tie juvenile j;n.'s: began to arrive at 5 o'clock and for ;iu liour following re iimined massed. Refreshments were ervd at 0 o'olook. Toe balance of the venitij: until ; o'clock win devoted to danoing and gaui. Tin following wore among tb. little ones present: Margarette and Lauiotte Bello.Eleanor aud Donglaa Moihtt. Sophia and Annie Price, RobMn, Willie and Arthur Muttliows, Gladys and Law Watkin. Gertrude, Blga and Walter Coarsen, Jennie...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 31 March 1894

THE SCRANTON Til IBUNE S a TUB DAY MORNING. MARCH 31. 1891. SCRANTON TRIBUNE F. E. WOOD, General Manager. rCHI.InEt) DAILY AMI u Et.lv I V IX ScnAn TON. PA., UY TUL 'illlULNK ftULlDHlND Company. New Yoiik Omci: Timuuns BOILDIXOi FlIANK B. OltAY. MANAUKIL HitertJ of the IWuFcr til Area (Oil, Pa., o t'miiJ-rliiu Hail Matter. THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. SCRANTON. MAltCll HI, I8M, TWO DEATHS mm! Mi'ver.il lofllotiODI uf painful injury within two year form n uflicieritly soriouo local rcoord ntfaingt tliH sharp pointid ploket few to fully justify it, abolition by council uimiic enacti !..nt. Keep an Eye on Councils. In the iuterestintf letter with which President Chittenden of select couucil recently fnvored u morning contempo rary It was virtually churned to the dis credit of the local press that throiigli iti lukewnrmness or indifference, some months ago, the city of Scruutou was robbed of $100,000 In valuable public franchises. Without RMUtnlug eithar to assent to or to contradiot this ebar...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 31 March 1894

THE SCKANTOH TRIBUNE SATUBDAY MORNIKG. AIA11CH 81, 1894. Pipe Waives Fittings 0 A l!l u.'j IMS Ippiiiil THERE WERE TWO ARREST IVIADE S THE SCRANTON SUPPLY AND MACHINERY CO, ?HIIStllllllliiliilliltl81t'iSHIIIH9lllllllll Lace Curtains The most delioate fabric prop erly cleaned nt THE LACKAWANNA LAUNDRY 308 Pentl Avo A. B. WURMAN. Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue BARGAINS IN Lh 01 Cheney Bros.' .CHINA SILKS HASKEL BLACK SILKS meabsThagen 415 Lacka. Avenue. Carpets, Wall Papers. Window Shades, Draperies, Mattings, Rugs, etc WILL! AlillS & McANULTY. '27 Wyoming Ave. CITi' NOTES. The nonii i: it offset's were paid their saiari-.-s yesterday. Matiaea performance at the Frotbinc 1mm this afternoon Prices ra 75, SO and 28 cents. Attorney Samoel W, Edgar baa moved his office from Spruce street to SOB Wyom ing aver.U". The choir of tho First Presbytsrfan church will meet for rehearsal this even ing nt 9 o'clock. Eleven new case of measles and two of scarlet fever were r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 31 March 1894

THE 551 I! ANTON TH I BUNE SA'ITHDA Y, MAKCH 31, im. WINTER SPORTS IN RUSSIA. Odd and Novel Pastimes in the Land of the White Czar. FINE SKATING ON THE RIVER NEVA. An Evening at Ike Yusoupon Hardens Darlnv Rniilan Coutem a iam ut MuuoyeoeS' The Tlnie of Buiior- Trojrka Part? A Russian -Uncle Tom- a m-nr Hum. Sr. Pitibibvbo, March 10, 189. "Ievosohlk I" The w.-ivi Is scarcely out ol my mouth when there is a rush, a whirr of grinding snow, and the sidewalk is besieged ly a score of sloigh drawera with turbos visages, anormoua fur oapa and bulky garment. " Yusoupoff Sad I Bkolkof" l addreaa this remark to tin- gathering to Indioatd my destination, and to invito bids for transp rt. instantly a olamor arises, like the sounds oi Beater itreol market on Friday night Each one wants the Job and treble Iho proper fare. The distance to the Yuaoupofl Qardeni is about three miles, (or which the customary fee is 50 kopecks (33 cents). Hut ii always takes u while to bargain baton an Isvosohtk, or ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 31 March 1894

THE SC1.AJNTON TRLBUNE-Sjvi LfBDAY MOItXLNU. AJAKCH 31, 1894. sue CflAPTER I. Tlio day and Jato U the 21st of July, Tlw icne is t!u battleground of first Bull Run. a QeM made mtmorable for ever. Prom daybreak tohlgb noon the Fed cial army under McDowell 1ms been moving down on tbe Confederate posi tion lelected weeks ago by tho generate Id in tin itrafegyof war. Ontbellauks brigudea bate grappled in tho opeu Relda, reglmenta bave daabod at each ether iu tbu forests end tbickota. Here h little ground lias been gaiued, there a Uttle loit. It bus been tlitftkinuisliiuK which yu cede every battle, locatiua enemy, tenstiu; hit rvatllutsa, tlrawlug Lis itrength and uncovering bis designs, The hour is bikjh uoon. Tho Conftd rate trout lias beeu pressed back, tbu left wing abattered. Mi'u looking dowu tu the battlefield trom tho bills of lon tervllle hav every movement in plum view. At 19 o'clock ttiw battle is wou for tbe Federal. Bee, Barstow and Evans, who bave beld the Confederate cente...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 31 March 1894

s THE SCKANTCKN TRIBUTE-SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 31. 1891. 1 Kill VIE Space Will Permit the Publish ol Only a Few Testimonials. A FEW FROM AMONG HUNDREDS The Gre.it Educational Enterprise of The Tribune H.is Been a Success in the Fact That Hundreds of Homes Have Been Made Brighter and Hap pier. Th following wordi of commenda tion from will-known Scrautoo people apply to the ineritorioai obaraoter of tiie uront Britannica a a library and general reference ecoyclopdla together with the advantages which the coov otT. r. d through Tns Tribone poisisi r. in its new inapt and inppleinental unttter, nver the original. li-'sides tlie low t'ricf end phenominally easy termi which luive been arranged to mit the convenience of all. N. one need be without it. As think times so think all the world. On comparison of Thi Tribcsi edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica with Bcribuer's, for which I paid $183, I find that they are the same throughonti platee and engraviuge and ill, except that Tun Tat i...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 31 March 1894

THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY, MARCH 81, 1894. EASTER LILIES, lumb world," the Deaf Man Blind Man, shaking his "Tis is siK'tit, said : Bttt, no, " said Um head, It is noisy and black " There were two lilies on one mom. They Lad led very modem life a life o artificial beets and lights; they bad been tod 'i! sophinio.lt." I lood. drawn from the reek ing mould in which their root wandsred; the had drunk the hot steam ot the glass oo red home: they hud loved the eploeno ovti ol dwarf rose-. And they grjw up white, stately, neurotic. They were high l red llllee, toll and tklr. They wore polled . one itoni, like dumb and Mnwlesi ballet- it sere, droned In green tight and white i Kasy wl" then twins," nld the tlorist to hid v an, "them's the pick ol the lot." .- ire, m yer life." said the man, is he I sii.i bit thumb-knifo round the Mem, The ii'.u's tell aunt. oni: mly tUOl k swat or ir. He was n perfectly roper young man, traui hU bell-crowned hat to the tips ol hi f tinted boots. His bl...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 31 March 1894

10 THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE SATTJTIDAY MOtolNG. MARCH 31. 1894. FOR A CHILD'S PARTY HOMEMADE FAVORS THAT GIVE SAT ISFACTION TO LITTLE PEOPLE. Cellululd liooliin.irk Art l'opular, aud So Are l.lttle Juiutnrne IlaskcU ISrownlo DolU Afloril AimiHi'inent Tulip Miupt'd liuubon lioxci Arc Acceptable The best part of U entertainment for Children is often whut they bring bone In tho way of favors. They will exhibit them with pride and delight) treasuring the most ordinary lit tie souvenir with :iJ much utiif action us their eldera would achoieo bil of brie-a-brae. Homemade effort in this direction need not require much time, ami a small sum of money will purchase the needed material.". The Household makes the following helpful suggestions and gives directions for making favors: Little celluloid bookmarks painted with bright flowers and tied at the ends with a bow of baby ribbon to match will As tinisiiintf touches to the uainty, stick a tiny Japanese umbrella back of the saucy fellow, tuck a ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 31 March 1894

THE SCRANTOM TRIBUNE-SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1894. WOMEN AND THEIR WORLD. The Latest Creations of the Kul ers of Fashion's Realm. DAINTY DESIGNS FOR EASTER SUNDAY, Shopmen Show a Lovely Array of Silk and Woolen Textures. Tip Kiwni una PrettlMl Things In prim Bonnets Jtary hic Dallas Chats i (5iiiH and itnatoty The LoTety oid axe n Mrs. Henri ward Beecher Lively Peru lalne mall Talki The really charming weather of the pust few weeks litis been a rati Inspiration to all those who have uiiy pretense to fashion. Paster week o( lust year is decidedly out shown by the new and elaborate gowns, prett) bonnets, bate, gloves, parasols, j . v t 1 1 and the thousand and one smell things needed for a complete Easter outfit, One would think that hard ttmN were a thing Ol tli past, judging troi the costumes displayed this year lu the realms of fashion, More c.ire and better taste a.e sh WH tins spring than ever before, tor there ate inar.y uew fashions as well as tads. V A Mmm mm .V that arose a broad...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 31 March 1894

THE SCKANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY StOWSmG. IViARCiT 31. 189-?. i arc for ions headache, laiUHIIII, UU1(1 mess, sick Jn :ic - taste in the mouth, 1 1 1- sum, when caused uisupation ; and consti- 'so oi ail ol them. Book free ; pills 25c. At drugstores.or write B.F.Allen Co.,365 Canal St., New York. BR DT GORMAN'S ANDDEP DRKSS .Ms Now ' sOIiim, now dttlont, ratty noTel tit' til trosti ami uow. Uoanteabla Mix tores, Wool CrepOOS, Silk Mutuivs, Nov olty Smtiiisfs. ALL WOOL FRENCH OH ALLIES and boo drtdt of dtnoronl vmtm luv lautsu your wsrdrolia, Buy from us ami you ro iur to b.' 111 stylo BILK DI8P1 w Tfa , UN OiHxU Um morolumt take, pride iu ihovtn.i riioy aro also tho fabrics tli.it fashionably dressed IsdlsS aro a! wa roailv lo procure tne latest imports tv 1 o aro oariy 1a tbo inarkot. lur aeiectioiii aro tnailo lo moot oil tastta. A tare treat awaits you iu our tlk Depart Brent BEE OUR Handkerchief Department TUo dainty, tetcnins effects you -u.jot there Variety of printings, stitcoin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 2 April 1894

It onghl to be read partiou larlj by sohool children, for it is History in a raot fascinating dreas. leu than ;ee .n; I rsn J a ls-3 columns. SCRANTON". PA.. MONDAY MOBNING, APRIL 2, 1894. TWO CENTS A COPY. of (be late Izeis If ioimtm it m jjjjj in iMe its own ELilw OS MRS WfV2!.A"Y iP3 - ' i NEVER CEASE J h Carolina Has a -fk'ill I l(!Mfr'- m Voorll,:fcS m on tin I I MM ; iMJ3tt?zrfc4 lu ' y l.)y::,'' E8 ALL AROUND .:,vHI rWP" rfrYM iMi mi)L m HAS ANOTHER SCHEME I Enforce a Law Ap- IPopnl if Thirst, the (Official Suddenly Almost as Wiilj- of Colonel Bi-ccken- ti7;onir?s the City jlerap'i Companies IGrief In Eviry Direc- OTON, S (' , April 1. yor Dirgan nnttele- o nl "f all posses t'i jftkeflteinf eonateblet 1 1 ;cit ti town, s they Tli in it la known would men laid:, una ny tin-- coti9ibles w.tre fre to lis-jil. It is learned that u irv iv In u wasnn tior t. Co;iHtlil afoLendon, posed to have been uiort n. niiil who was not that esconot, was taWi'n t night by fri-n l. C in - las io...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 2 April 1894

I TIIE SCItANTON TKIBUNE-MONDAY" MORNING. APRIL 2, lf CEH1 A Word. Want of all .nn. co.it Unit mv.ch, r.v- er),t Situations tfanted,wMeh ore (smarted FREE. Situations Wanted. i."" 1 ll'AT ll' WAV'i. I l A IREAD o ul cake baker, ran take ibargs ol sboj Referem if required. Address E A. W Taylor, Px SITUATION WAN 11 l liV YOL'NU LADY tl a cinivisi nr to do w ork ill an olli. Fx ri'llont reference furnished. Allure! A M., r rtlraue of&os, SJliTAIMN WANTF.D-HY A MIDDLE i uged lady as hoimckeoper or as companion for an Invaul, Address, E. P. Tribunaottice, city. Help Wanted M.ile. 117 ANTED - A FIRST CLASS chat maker Ai'i'lv at once. CllAlll.l.s EVANS, Carli niilalc. I'll. U-anted OKNERAL WllLELKLuiT Apply i.t Hilhool's Carrhgo works. Helu Wanted Ft males. lITANl Rl) A (illil TO lui GENERAL t housework. H od wages will ho l aid I mpetooi I all lOQreeo Ridge sti c tOOK W AN 11.1) AT ST. JAM Es HOTE1 IU Lackawanna sveau flgenta Wanted. 1 MAN I solicit c mpnny. WANTED TO COLLECT AND tor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 2 April 1894

E SCBAtfTON TI4 1 UU N E 'M OTs DA V MORNING. APKTL 2. 1894. ,'5 EE! ARB OF COUNTERFEITS 1 6FNUIMF. POPUUR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G. B. 5e Co., Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. LUUKT HUUkM MWAiUB. DR. H. B. WARE SPECIALIST, EYE, EAB, NOSE AND THROAT. OFFICE BOORS '35 WYOMING AVE PERSONAL. F. B, Wliitnov, of Houesdalt, was lier. yesterday. E. H. Booth, of Schenectady, N. Y., is at Iba Wyoming. L. A. IVtersiou, of CurhouJslt), was ill Scriintou yosierday. J. E. tteynolde, of Berwick, w;u yester iinv i Bomuton visitor. Mr. 11ml Mrs. 11. 1. Hmcock, of Oil Clljr, ro visiting friHiut-t bere, M. J, I'vvilcy, of Bieawrk. Dakota, is vis itlu; at his old homo in ProvidWOS, Marcus Bmtth ami U. N. LaBar, of Will;. -s-Har-e, wore In ScrantOfl yesterday. Doctor Botitley and John LuBar, of Providaooa, bava returned from visit to the sootbern sint. J. B. Mont.-.merv aud William Unieh.of ornsiowD, N. J., spent Sander with Meads in this city. H. D. Kiuj;sl-y is iii the citvas nri'pre tentative ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 2 April 1894

Tine SCRANTON TBIBTJNE-MONDAY MOitNTNG. Al'IUJ, 2. 1897. SCRANTON TRIBUNE F. E. WOOD, General Manager. TriM tsnrt. paii.v ami wekki.t in BonA Ton. I'a.. uv Vim 'iHiaSHI PCSUSHISO CoilPAKT. Raw YORK OlflCR: TlllllUNS r.rn.DiNO, I Hank k. (iiiAv, HxmotE Vutirid at thr Jtstolce at ftBQWtoHi tiecuiitt-Clnts Mait Matter. iHE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. BCBANTON, APRIL 9, ism. ToMUirr's IKOOkUHQ rouucilmeii Will 1 expscttd, BUlODg other lliiiitfs, to niv. taodirn Scranton modem lire limits. Our Polish-Americans. The decision of local Polish AmSrletn pociotifs to fittingly commemorate thin week, by civic riirndo and juiulio ora tory, tho anniversary of tin flrat bftttlt fought by tho immortal ICoscimko for th liberation of Poland, tho victorious enngjatnent at Raclawict, in what is now Rnilian Poland, is a particularly happy one, both on nccount of tho pleasure it will afford them, and also by reason of the educational opportun ity it will offer to other Bcrantonlana, There are muny of us who do not...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 2 April 1894

T THE SCIiAHTON TiUJJUN K-MONDA V MOTWING. APRIL ii, 1894. !LHj(Sgllili(!!li!IIIIIIIHIIIi;ilEeEIIiSlJU Valves ittini i n I I THE SCBANTON SUPPLY AND MACHINERY CO, -illilUISIIlHISinUlllSIMtfilllliiillliL Lace Curtains Tim iiio.it delie.lte erly cleaned at THE l'ublic prop- LACKAWANNA LAUNDRY 300 Tcnn Avfl, A. C. WARMAN. Norrmanft Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue BARGAINS IN SWIYEL SILKS Cheney Bros.' CHIHA SILKS HASKEL BLACK SILKS 415 Lacka. Avenue. carpets, Wall Papers, Window Shades, Draperies, Mattings, Rugs, etc WILLIAMS & McANULTY. ',7 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. "Old Homestead" at the Academy or Jlusio tonight. Florist V. F. Will has removed from Bnmcs street to 100 Lncl.'awi.ima avenue. There will ben meeting of. the board of manageri of the FWeuce mission, Tuesday April ;i, at 10 a m. The t.tal exchanges o( the Scran ton Cleerli Bouro association for the month of April were, 13, OSS, 803. 80. Thla week there will bo noattraetiooi at thu Frotbiaalam ami the finishing l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 2 April 1894

THE SCBAtfTOR XKIBUKE-MONBAT MORNING. APRIL a. 1394. c LIVE NEWS OF II pros This Scranton' Tuiduns's Pittston de portment is in charg? of .1. M. Fnhy, to wliom news items buJ complaints may b referred. 1 .. IS IT AN fiPRIL FOOL FAKt? Or Did Plii.Hp Kipp Baallj Cruoily Drow.i BiioMifr P. J. Miller, the well-known farmer of Exeter township, brought to the Ha ztt office this morning n slip of mem orandum papor on which was crudxly written tue following: "This will con forme, my death. Yon will find my Buddy In the Susquehanna Btrar and my inooney in tne First National Bunk Phillip Kipp." The note, Mr. Wilier iajrs,WM fu id in a bottle picked up in the river near iri t.;riu yeatarday afternoon by Wil li.nu BerleW. Thero is no date or other clux by which it can be determined Whither or not the nolo is a fake, ftxed ttp hy some practical joker, or one written in good faith uyeome nafortn Bate person from up the river who whs weary of life. Qssette. THINGS OBSERVED AND flOTED. The contract...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 2 April 1894

TITE SCKANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY MORNING. AVRtn 2. 1894. 1-. i'CSU Qss CHAPTER III. Nkjlit OOIIll 8, mid tho streets if Iho olii town grow more qniet. Mm buvs cheered themselves bonne, and intense excitement has wearied everybody. An even 80 men have signed the roll, and mow will come in tomorrow. Thefe crniting olHce lms been closed by the re moval ol the table and the deparrnreof tlio captain. With th.it officer we bave littlo to do. With (be man in citizen's cli thee who aaaisted bin we bave innch. Let mt' introduce to you an be sits un tho veranda of the village Inn Dnke Wyle, 28 yearn ol age. a bachelor, the only eun of I'x-Jiuluo Wyle, tlio nabob of the village and county. The young man has been educated for nothing In particular. He has done nothing In particular since be li ft coUege. "Duke? ob, Dubo's all right," was the reply to any half meant 'criticism. "The old man's got plenty of money, ami Duke is bis heir. Good boy, that Duke. Lilies to bunt and ride and is u little wild...

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

THE RCB ANTON Tit" IBTJN E M OX DAY MORNIKO. APRIL 2. 139 f. GORMAN'S OHANUUtrU DRKSS GOODS Now e-nUnn, now dastsni, man novel-tip-:,il Freeh and new. GhftnavftiSlo .lix-tiiii-s. vmhiI I'ri'ms, Silk .Mixtures, Nov- i-y Muting ALL-WOOL FRBNOH CHALLItfl nl mm- (Ir.'.W ot , ffnront Wears. Ro'ilnnisU ur werdrobo Bay from at udyra Mftgnra tob- in ityle, BILK DISPLAY Tb m are ;o.iis Un merehMit tnlio pride in sl.invin.. They nr.! :ilso thu fiilmes Hut f.tsliiounhly-ilr.'ssiMl Indira iiro :iys read) to procure th leteet Import tioiH w are early in too market, our nulwtlinw nr.- mu i to nn ot all tnstps. A rare treat awaitayon In our silk D-pnrt- ment, SI be OUR Randkorehtof Department Tho dainty, tetohlna effect yon em get thr. VnriPty oi printlnge,rtttohiufN aud embrolderln w bwbnt makes thataoDartment the grout raocBM thai it la, We wad them all. PARASOLS Hide in the Intost shape, materials' anil ilT'i-ls, foral! occmI HU4- Many are bete; others anlviiiK dally. UMBRELLAS In blank. Umbrel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 3 April 1894

t READ THE IT ISA Mayor's comprehensive aud candid message- elsewhere in this issue. Goed prescriptiou for dete riorated interest iu munic ipal affairs. SIX PAGES--42 COLUMNS. SCR ANTON. PA.. TUESDAY MORNING. APRIL !!. 18f4. TWO CENTS A COPY. 1 Pill! DESERVE Tffi FIRST ATTENTION IF SMUT n crouton 1111111 tribune. HE Eis AID 11 IIS SUGGESTIONS TO COUNCILS Read After tie Reorganization of Our Lcca! Legislative Bodies. TIE BF COBS It Ended by the Seloction of P. J. Neatia for President and John P. Mahon for Clerk C. E. Chittenden Re-elected President of the Select Council and Martin T. Lavelle Suc ceeds Himself as City Clerk Full Text of Mayor W. L. Connell's Masterly Message It Contains Many Admirable Suggestions. Tbo city councils reorganized yester day morninc for the fisrnl year 1894 Seleet council re-elected C. E. Chitten den president and the common chose P. J. Nealie. of the Fourteenth ward, to preside oyer the deliberations of that body for the coming year. John P. Million w re...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 3 April 1894

2 TTTE SCHANTON TT?TBUNJJ-1 'U ESDAY MOKNINCr. APRIL :i, 1894. ONE CENT A Word. Wants of all kinds ootf that much, r.i- tit Situations Wantid,whioh art Inmrtid FREE. i w Situations Wanted. CUUAT RiNvTn 'mTTlTV BBEaD O and cake baker. Can tuk i:harb' of shop. References if required. Address L. A. W., Taylor, P. Oil' I AT I ON WANTED f.Y Vol Ml LAUY t3 iti oopyisl or to do work ill km ofttoe. Kx cellent rofrrenco furuislunl. Addnws A. h... Tribune office. SITUATION WANTKD BY A MIDDLE . atred lady a3 liousckeuii..r or as companion for au invalid. Address. K. D.. 28 Frauklin Wanted. 117 ANTED S00 OAK, M.U'l.i: OK UHttoT II nut fence posts. Address, giving pNO per pest. "Uai dciiitn;," Tritium1 olllco Help Wanted Male. ' A NTED A ViKbT CLASS WAT TS maker. Apply at once. CHAltLLS O. EVA N's. Carbondjjl l'a. w r ANTED QENEUAL W11EELK1UHT. Apply nt Hiltioor I'm naun w m. Helo Wanted Females. !TATED7aKrV DO UENKKAL VV housowork; small family. Call 016 OlbSBBI stroe . TANTeDA OIRL TO DO IIENE...

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