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

Detailed reports of the Wyo ming Confe-ence begin on this page and are carried over to page 2. For a graphic account of the Elks' dedicatory services and their witty social session, see page 5- n 5i EIGHT PAGES--5G COLUMNS. SCR ANTON. PA.. THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 12. 1S4. TWO CENTS A COPY. THE OA ik mm mm Forty-Third Session Opened at the Elm Pail Eetbodlit Church. THE GREETING BY BISHOP HURST Proceedings of the Convention The Standing Committees for 1894 Nominated and Confirmed Offi cers of the Conference Various Reports Made Eloquent Sermon by Rev. A. F. Chaffee, of Wilkes Barre Programme of the Work of the Week. Tlie forty-third session of the Wyo Bint; conference commenced at 9 ) (.'lock vester.lnv morning it) the him Park Methodist Episcopal church. The session vui opened by President BishoD John F. Hurst, D. D.. L L. D , of v nshingtoii, D. C, who paid a Blowing tribute to the beauty of the edifice and the progressi veness of its conurbation and pastor. Hv. W. H. Hearce, D. D....

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 12 April 1894

I t TTTE SCT? ANTON TTfTBTJKE -THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 12, 1S94. WYOMING CONFERENCE Concluded from Page I. laid to love his in i;hbor as bimself. He that vtlnntarilv couuuuot iu ignorance ta guilty of all tho crime, wuicu iitnoruuco produce; u. to him that should extinguiab tin- upeis of a lihthoube, ink-lit justly bs imputed :ho cftlatalttri of aliipwreck. Ohritttaftity l thWghM prfcuoii of bntsnnlty; and uo umu I nui but as ho Wisl es lit- at ml of others, uo uiau can ho l.od iu thtntgheat il.gree who wish, anu: l-j olh.rs the lnrueat measures of UM gTMtwt good. To omit tor a year, or for n diy, tho most efficacious molbod of ad-Ynui-ing Chrietmuity in cjniplmnie with any purposes that terminate ou this tide of the Krave, 1 a crime of which I know cot tli world has yet had an example, except in the practice of the planters of America, uracecit mortuls wuutn, I suppose, no uth.tr man wishes to resemble. We have a drug called santonin, a bitter, white, ct.VBtaiiue Biibstauce, which ...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 12 April 1894

THE 8CBAKT0N TBIBUKB THURSDAY MORNING. jPIiIL 12. 1894. 8 Lacisum All Tilings Musical STELLE & SEELEY 134 Wyoming Ave. HIOII GKA1JIC PIANOS WEBER, SHAW, BHBBIOK, O l HKB MAKES ORGANS A I. ! TRICE See the Shaw Piano from the World's Fair in our window. A Foe to Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD USE THE And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOB SALE TO 'I HE TRADE BV The Weston Mill h Daniel Scotten's Polka Dot STRIPPED SMOKING TOBACCO 20c. lb. Wholesale, GARNET, BROWN & CO. 537 LINDEN STREET. DR. H. B. WARE SPECIALIST. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT iwswv nnnDP . itou.ha.ii vrrivci uuuna. sjotousj Fu. '35 WYOMING AVE. John D. Kester, a prominent Philadel pbian, stopped in this city last evening. A. 0. Caryl, E. T. Wheaton, and Mile Gardner, of Fuctoryville, were among yesterday'3 Scranton visitors. Attorney R. D. Stewart, Wallace Friclf, Panl Roemmelmyer and S. McMillan, of Oarboudale, were in the city yesterday. Rev. and Mm. Van Cleft, of Oueonta, N. Y.,and Fred M. Davenport, of Yonker...

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

THE SCUAXTOX TBTBUH"B THUtlSDAT MORNING. APRIL 12. 189 f. SCRANTON TRIBUNE f. el. wood, General Manager. rcr.i.isnrn daily ash weekly in SruAs ios. pa., uy Tua Tuumta l'Luuauixo Nfw Vohk Omce: TmnuNE Building. Kkaxk s. Brat, Manaueu. BWcnd at tlw rmtofltct at srrtntnn, Pa, a i'tcoiiii-cVasj itait Hatter. THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. 80BASTOV, APRIL IS, lstu. is RECOGNITION of the k. iisral tutur tti attaching tn th proceedings of tbe Wyoming oonftnnct,we nave assigned to our report a special space, beginuim; Oil tlio first aid extending over to the ecoud puj. '1'uU enables us to give not only the important usws of the conference, but alio all other uews of a local nature, in uudiininiihed extent. Type Setting Machines. Basinet, like barbaric nature, is the si lence of ths survival of the fittest. One huudred years ago manufacturing of all Kind wai done almost entirely bv hand. The housewife grew her fUx and spun it into clothing, sewing this clothing together by needles of crude design iu ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 12 April 1894

w THE S KAIsTOX THI unKl-' TH L' USD A V MORNIKGi APRIL 12, IS!) r. Uillilllllllliiiillllllliilllliillllllllllt: Pt II I ripe I Valves n mm I Fittings I 3 THE SCRANTON SUPPLY AND MACHINERY CO. 5 BllimillllllllllllllKIIHIIlltllllililHIfS LACE CURTAINS The mot delio.tte fabile prop erly cleaned i THE Lackawanna Laundry 308 Penn Ava. A. B. VYARMAN. Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue HASKELL'S BLACK MOIRE SILKS Novelties io Dress Goods, GERMAN BLACK GOODS 415 Lacka. Avenue. Watch This Space for Bargains TELEPHONE NO. 525 Th Union Transfer Company, Limited Bus line. Haggnxa and freis&t called for and delivered promptly. 107 Franklin Avenue. CITY NOTES. Tiio Wyoming conference proceeding!) He reported in lull on our tint and second No new cases of eontageous diseases were rt'portad tu t lie board of health yes terday. John Ko?ers, of New York, will giva a oug recital and address at PowtU'l music store tonight. The G. I. A. to B. of I.. R, will hold a special meftiiii...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 12 April 1894

r V Till SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY MORNING. APRIL 12. 1894. 6 LIVE NEWS OF TWO P1TTST0NS Tiik BOBAXTOH Tiuhunk's Plttton de Murtmwtt im W ohwrga of J. M. Fahy, to Whom news items aud complaints muv bo referred. THE PITTSTCN HOSPITAL. Eunituarr of ths Work ud a Staiem- nt cf It Condition At ,i meeting of iii hospital associ ation held Tuesday niflit. John I!. Law was aleotod ohairinan, ami W. H. Hot ldi ierUry. Tht following were elaete.l int traataea for tbaenialng mm : .Jntiu r. Law.S. B BennsttaJ; L. Cuke, John A. Collier, W. B. Rntladga Alex. Brydan, fheo, Hurt. S, P. Penp, T. B. Lance, i'. il Mirour, W. L. Watson and (J, 8, Ku-t n, the lust named beinn tin1 only now mtlttbw of the board. Traaaurar W. L Waliort nroanutet. hli rwporl of tlse Buanclal oouaitton of thft nMOOletlOO frum tli lny of com meneement to April l, 11)4 It ihowi tha Institution to b In healthy Bnaa uial condition M may be gleaned from tl'.e following collections from uilue employei, Pa. Coal Co. old Forf co...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 12 April 1894

THE SCRAN TON TT?TBTTNE-TTTlTIisn AY MOANING. APTm. 12. 1894. r kjby(hahies 8. Lewis m.quar I WrV CHAPTER IX. Whan the troop had disappeared up Hie dusty highway, Kenton returned to tiv nouM to say goodby to its Inmates, and bait an hour later he had turned bn (ice southward, satisfied that bo bud K cured all iutonuutioa possible (or u icout to pick up. The fanner posted biiu as to where be would likely strike the Confederate ontpoata and warned him what highways, to avoid, but on that very day McC'lellan was pushing his cavalry forward and seizing now territory. At 4 o'clock In the afternoon as Kenton, who had been traveling in the fields and under cover of the forest, was about to ciuss a highway he beard the click, click of a carbine, and a voice called to him: "Halt where you arc, or you aro a dead man'." It was a Federal vldette, dismounted and posted among the bushes which (ringed the highway, Kenton looked up to find himself covered bj a carbine. Both wen on the tame tide of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 12 April 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE THURSDAY MORNING. APRIL V2, 1894. GORMAN'S D DEPOT Woman Without Gloves i I BCARCELY moro than hall drt'36(!. No m.itlor bow fiuo abonmt, bow elsgunt a dross Blie may have, a neat p.iir of Gloves is uec-juBiiry for tho completion of tlm out-Joor toilette, and, in fnot, maki'8 u; for n grent deal th.it rai.y bolnckinc in other ar ticloa of dress. You can get Gloves Kid Gloves at almost any price. Get them here. A fiiir-pricod glovo is, however, cheapest in the long run ; looks better, wears better, and is guar anteed not to rip or toar. We have the Fostor Kid Glove, the H'te Jouvin Kid Glove and other well-know makes. Good Gloves they are. Other stows have tbpu, too. Tho only difference i3 In the price OURS, of course, being tho lowest. But the bost Glove we have is the new Glace Real Kid Glove With Large Pearl Buttons, in all the New Shades, Tans, Erowns and Blacks, ARLCOM WITH AXD BUSINESS How quick womn are to recognize superior "style!" How they discover that...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 13 April 1894

AGA!?!, In order to accommo date our readers, we place the Wyorr.inp Conference re port on pages l and 2. THE iLCQUcNCE of LacUa wanna's legal luminaries is unccrked on page 5. EIGHT PAGES--. COLUMNS. KOUAXTON. PA., FRIDAY KOBNIKG, APBIL 13. 1894. TAVO CENTS A COPY. ii Mfft a k i 1 LM STORM fill ITTO Jl wftfc m ,i is in a ia w ra jy v, -'- wr id fl n u w 1(0)1 MEM THE 0M n Proceedings Witnessed by Many and Pro gram was laif resting. DETAILS WER!i MARKED BY VIGOR Reports of Wyoming and Honesdale District:! and Bishop Hurst's Views on Church Periodicals at Morning Session Exercises of Historical Society Have an Atmosphere of En thusiasmInstructive Address By Rev. Sanford Hunt, of the Book Concern--Ad 1r:s 5 'S In Beha'f of Preachers' Ad Society William ConnWI's Report. V......1.- .1... ..,...) .1 n. nf II, n i.'5t''liiit , ill. pri'ii't mj ...v Methodist Wvomlng conference at the Elm Parkchnrch, was marked by two i 1 1 . '., a(f...M le.'Ullll'S, p.l. llCUl.iri.l , mo oiwm.wi.vw C .1.....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 13 April 1894

THE SfT? ANTO-tf TUTtnTftTR -TTITD Y MOTftNINGr. APftTT 70, lS9f. r tf I Concluded from P.it;e I. tho Bald for C!iii-t. la sprao in sulin"! In the flirtritt. evou Ibtafl wnuld b too many when then BM BOW BVB Md n in. In the dUtriOl ttier.- lire w ohareh ixliflcee, with ran exception, In go ii oob dftioo, Thit now obnrcn at Oarboudale is i world of beauty mi l ciiunlnteue. It 1 tally Inrnbihud, m the Beeps of u modern city i-i gain, Tba iwutaa an traded and flue atone waltta laid when needed. It 1s indeed a i 'imtifoi edlQoe, built of uu Utb stone, nodern Hud tatty in arahltecV lire, mm v. :ll i-:.ui:l f r yean 3icp( sonic unt v.-:irJ vtvu; pr eut it i numiitne'it to ilu' thought, tplrit and devotion to Dud ai .it. coase, or tba lovai band time .;; not expending tboaijUt, labor and ateuaa' Dutil the im; attoka mm needed : n.nkd It complete In every. r ipaet, The totul cu.t was 141,000; ol this amount eabtcrtp. tii i a to bj psiJ w;t!iin twelve nuniilis and nah obtained oa occasions p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 13 April 1894

THE HCBAJSTOR TEIBUNE FIRDAT MORXTNG. APRIL l-?. 18ft t. 3 Lacisum All Tilings Musical Itelle&seeley 134 Wyoming Ave. 1 IICH 1 .K Al K. w BOBB, SHAW, KBIKH80K, it! HKU HAKE A I I I KK l: Sea the Shaw Piano from the World's Fair in our window. j A Foe lo Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD I'SK THK- SHOWWHIH And always have Good Bread. KANtJPACTUBEP A:;n COB sale TO THE TRACE r.Y The Weston ill Co, Daniel Scotten's Polka Dot STRIPPED SMOKING TOBACCO 20c. lb. Wholesale, AT 6ARNEY,BR0WN & CO. 587 LINDEN STREET DR. H. B. VARE sl'IK I AMST. EYE. BAB, NOSE AND TliBOAT. GrriCR HOOKS: 170 IUB i.a Tij vj y. 35 WYOMING AVE PEHSONAL. W. J. Lewis lias returned from his south ern trip. Thomas Lynch, of Wilkes-Bam, visited Hih city yesterday. Lieutenant Governor L. A. Waters is on a bu-ines visit to Philadelphia. F. B. HarttnaB, of Blooms burg; regis tered Ht the Wyoming yesterday. Major Bardwell, ex-postmaster at Tnnk bannoclt, was in the city yest-rday. Levi W. I.intrnnd Joseph P. Rums, of Wttkes-Barr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 13 April 1894

Till: PCTRANTON T1T1VJJNE FIJI PAY MOltXIW. APRIL !.?. 1891 SCR ANTON TRIBUNE F. EL. WOOD, General Manager. Ti B1 ieuir paii v AM' WSOHU 1 W Hchas rax, PA., Dt lui: TU1BCM JautihiiLNO Covi'Axv. N'rw tom omm Tsretnrs Buitoua Fiiank s. qrat, Uamaobii lufrwf at A rostnflct n! frnin'nn, " tNpatfOMM Aloil -Uo!'r. Tli E SCRANTON TRIBUNE. BOBANTOV, APRIL It MM, Wiii kJcdqe Woodward, ofLassrat, ones fsestloasly dsulsred that Sorsn ton had no limit, ht nut have bcun thinking uf Bcrtnton mnl. . 1 he Bar Banquet, Although jronng In yeuu, Ltoks rauna county's bsr enrol U within it rnki suma nf thu uost dUtingnlibed ami also :ouia of tint moat promising it torniTs in northoutern ftnneyltenU, It )in beni ;i bur f;imol fiir It SBtSt jitis, oordiellt.v uml gfrsasiTsnstt, If in tlio busy period tttendent upon the orgenlution o( neweounty n:ul l.i'or in tti npid development of n relatively young oommnnlty, it mom t r bste not bed, at yot, that long Uls ore in which profound Svliolnrsliip i nnrtnred, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 13 April 1894

THE srii A"ST( TIMBUNE FRTDAI' MOJiNTN(. APRIL IB. 1S!H. f Pipe sr m Oil J W 9 . . si THE SCRANTON SUPPLY s s and machinery co, I Ml LACE CURTAINS The most dalioatt laUtic ruop i rly cleaned m TMg Lackavauna Laundry iOii retro Ave A B. WARM AN. Worrman& (loore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenuo HASKELL'S BLACK MOIRE SILKS Novelties in Dress Goods. (iKIMAN BT.ACIv GOODS 415 Lacka. Avenus. BARGAIN NO 1. For one week', 1 begi .'ginning Monday, April i()th, we will sell All-wool Extra Super Ingrains for Regular 75c goods. (ML ft .... U.. i"IPInilluf HUH U IV 1 ' I '27 Wyoming Ave. TELEPHONE NO. 525 Th. Ur.ifin Tran.fr OesspaaV, Ltmitsd. 'liua line. Baggage and frei!;nt called f'r nnd delivered promptly. 107 franklin avooue. CITY NOTES. Children's matinee at ew Wonderland theatre Saturday morning. Doorsopen at B o'clock, performance at 10. Let the lit tle ones 0 and see "Uncle Tom' Cam'u.'' rieven case of mea-loa atnl two of dip thurta were r-p&rted to the board of health xssterda...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 13 April 1894

THE FCttANTON TRIB JXE FRF DA 5T MORNING. APiUL 13. 1S94. LIVE NEWS OF . TWO PITTSTONS TTnin Scrantom Tkihuxk'h Pittston de partment is In clinrtfe of J. M. Fuliy, to whom uovva iteuii uiul complaints may bo referred . FOR BOROUGH IMPROVEMENTS. A Mostlng; of tbl Representative Clt'zsna 0Ud for Tills Afternoon. Tiin following notion sint out to a n timber of PitUtoD'i rsprvssntnttva cit-is-ns x Oniin itslf : Diab Sia. Yen nrc Invited to bopra ent Ht n meeting of representative oltisens, together with the burgess and town conn-i-il uf Pittston biiroui;h, for the purpose of discussing tin advisability of improving on - town and puttlugit on a standard with oar neighboring towns In a line uf pitting and sewerage and general Improve UH'lltf. Hoping you will favor this movement with four pretence we lvmaiti Yours very rtfpeotfullr, J NO. J. HANQAR, Pre Town Council. Heating will be nal I In 8t Alojrstas' hull, South Mala sireut, PrlJay, April 18. at 3 o'clock-, p m. iTenlnjr Card '-'aity....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 13 April 1894

inn FCTRANTON TUIBT'NTE FRIDAY MORM&'tt-. APBUi 1:5. 18M. . x i in xi i i -v I c. s r w (MIA PTE?. XI. A before stated, Ike Duster belonged to the class (mown at tliat time and still referred to an ''poor whites." Through tho off its of hi wife be bad managed t. bold onto a small farm just outside of Winchester, left bin by bis father, but it ia doubtful if lr nrgu wtmts would have carried the day !':;l nay one inudp a cai ii offer for the fow acres, While K;o always referred to kith ii If m broken down by bard work, ulicmt five days out of every wick bad I on apeut tra&vpiug around the conn-1 try with liis gun or discussing "Van- ! Ues" and "niggers" in the village bar j rooms with others of his ilk. Accord-, I" his own lino of argument, h was u martyr, ill lock liad always followed him, even tc tho birth and death of I triplets. Mrs, Baiter also had a constitntlonal and ready mado grievance, If she had li en allowed to bavo Ijl-i way about j things, siie always argued, the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 13 April 1894

THE snRANTON T"RTBI3 WE FRIDAY MOKNTNCk APRIL 1?. 1894. Elluhuiood t s'ora 1)00 of cull mil, t orongbi iVm.uds the Iltt-IJ -is u lisr lOe to 1 11 GORMAN -c, Ilighc t of all in Leavening Power. L.itcst U. S. Gov't Report III BRAND DEPOT A Woman Without Gloves IS SCARCELY more thiin halt dressed. No mutter how fine a bonnet, how eleKiUlt drill slu may have, n rent pair of Cloves is necessary for tlio completion of the out-iloor toilette, and. in f net. makes tip for a great deal that may be lacking in other ar ticles of dross. Vou can pot Gloves Kid Gloves nt almost any pries, (let them here. A fair-priced glove is, however, cheapest in the long run; looks better, wears better, and is guar anteeil not to rip or tnr. We have the Fo9ter Kid (ilove, the H'te Jouvin Kid Clove and other well-known makes. Good Cloves they nre. Other storps have them, too. The only difference is in the price OURS, of course, being the lowest. But. the best (ilove we have is tho new eal Kid Glove With Large P...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 14 April 1894

,sM0 POSST !x- YOU LIKEWISE Observed the same fact with reference to the Elks' exer cises and the Bar association banquet, Yon have uoticed that onr conference reports Lave been the best ones printed. EIGHT PAGES 50 COLUMNS. SCR ANTON. PA.. SATURDAY MORNING. APRIL 14. 1804. TWO CENTS A COPY. D II A GOOD Wilis WEILL HA '1 iTT ' A THW A IB jsytiiuiiiin yn 1 BECOME MOST A 8E00ND NATURE WITH US THE WTOMIHG CfllCE All tbe Sessions More Largely Attended Than on Previous Days. ADMITTED TO FULL MEMBERSHIP Bishop Hurst Addresses a "Class of Seven Preachers Admitted Into Full Membership of the Conference Af ternoon Belonged to the Ladies for the Benefit of Woman's Home Mis sionary Society Two Able Speeches for the Board of Church Extension in the Evening An Unlooked-for Conference Event. As the days of the Methodist Wyo ming conference, now in session at the Elm Park church, pais by there is a large increase in attendance and a growing interest evinced in the pro ceedings. s attested by the g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 14 April 1894

2 TlfrS SCR ANTON TUBtNir-SATlinJAY WORNTHG, AVAIL 14, ISfU. imSSG CONFERENCE Concluded from Page I. HOUth, It wax in 1884 officially recosuized by the Methodist. Ueucni! conference. Fourteen industrial homes harebesnlo. oatd m the southern suit last year D,uuo girls were sheltered. Tie buUdiogi in tin onth n' located on the grounds ut theFrei'Uron' Aid association. Th era are homes lor both colored nud white girls.and we n;o only luoitod by tttu i'a ,.L at our command. For 1(50,000 Indians ou tbo reservations of the United Stales, t hero it only h church attut capacity for 33,000. TuelnrlUa is hero nud vie are respjusiblo for Mm to n nn?o extent before Had for Bin salvation. Among them wo havo ten station. A :hiff in Waahlnfftoa has tiveu us iwetity Bve acres of laud. In NW Mexico there are three mission h. tin s. L'ta'i his f.vulve stations ud Luoy WtlU Hayes schools. Tu mauy or thotn ia prac ticed domestic traiuiug. We are opposed thereby the Jloiiaoui., who hart eighty missionar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 14 April 1894

iilE KCBASTON THIBUIJE SATURDAY MOBNISG. ATOIL 14. 1894. 3 Lacisum All Things STELLE &SEELEY 134 Wyoming Ave. NEWS IB IE HIGH GRADE WEBER, HHAW, KMKKSON, Ul HER MAKES PIANOS ORGANS ALL PRICE See the Shaw Piano from the World's Fair in our window. A Foe to Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD USE TIIE SNOW WHITE FLOOR And always have Good Bread. Death of William fioweHs, a Highly Esteemed Cltixtn. EXERCISES AT NO. 14 SCHOOL They Were of an Interesting Charac terMarriage of Miss Alice G. Peters to George Watkins Cere mony Performed at the Homo of the Bride's Parents Coming Concert, Brief Items of News. The West Sido oflico of the. BCRAOTOH IbiBDNI is locatod at 1040 Jackson street, where subscriptions, advertisements and oomtnunicatious will receive prompt attention. MANUFACTt-RED AND FOR SALE TO THE TRADE HV The Weston ill Co, Daniel Scotten's Polka Dot STRIPPED SMOKING TOBACCO 20c. lb. Wholesale, AT (MRNEY, BROWN & CO. 537 LINDEN STREET. DR. H. B. WARE SPECIALIST. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT ...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 14 April 1894

4 ill K sri; AVION THIWVJNib 8ATU-JiDAY MOKNUTe, A. PULL i I. 189!. SCRANTON TRIBUNE F. E. WOOD, General Manager. f'vni isnr.n nAti.v ami wnxuvr in KcnAN ton. Pa., by Tub 1'MIJIlffa f ubiiobijio Cqmpaxt. New TORR OmOBl TBJBC1I BriLP.'KC, FRANK t-. Giuv, Havaqw intic,; n( ,), i siofflc at ftnwftMli 'a-. SeCOHOCtlMI .Voi. Ma'.itr. THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. f-TRNTON. APRIL 14 1801 .. '. .... . .-.'-J-UJl-Jl J PeXDIKQ ACOMPLtTK expert inveti ratlon, under oounclls' direction, of Mr Suranton'i proposition to tali hi electric light plant, it may be interest iug to note that expert authority, re viewing tliiit same subject iu Phila delphia, contends iu spite of an adverse oouncilmanio report that thnt city could save the cost of a tiiuilar plant in three years. If slow Philadelphia could do this lo three years, could not rapid SorantOD, with its ubuadaut fuel, do the s.ime thin;, if it chose, iu two? The Need of Patriotism. Lust Wcdutiday evening, at the dinner of the Loyal Leiou at L)l inonic...

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