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

A STUDY IN SCARLET. IN SGAHLt I 5 Z A STUDY IN SCARLET A STUDY IN SCARLET EIGHT PAGES--. COLUMNS. SCHANTON, PA., FRIDAY MORNING. .JANUARY 12, 1894. TWO CENTS A COPY. KEEP AM EYE El FOB I SOLUTION IF WE MYSTERY IF ah BY 8BABLET." LOUH BEGINS T 10 EXPLAIN II Says He Went to Honolulu Absolutely tree Irora All Prejudices. REPORTED FACTS AS HE FOUND 'EM The Course of the Cleveland Crowd, He Says, Is Not Necessarily a Re flection on the Administration of President Harrison, Because Harri son Was Not in the Possession of Facts and Evidence Which Caine to the Knowledge of His Successor. Washington, Jan. 11. PARAMOUNT BLOUNT is begin ning to talk to the newspapers. Today he talked freely. The criticism which bun been current, to the effect tti.it the nttaek upon the diplomatic policy of the Harrison ad ministration by tins is unprecedented, was answered by Mr. Blount in char acteristic fashion. "It is all nonsense," laid be, "to say that one administration is bound by the wrong act of its pr...

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

THE SCRAXTOX TRIBUNE-FRIDAY MORNTNG, JANUARY 12. 1894. ONE CENT A Word. H ants of all Kinds vox! thai much, MM ei ii SituaHoni Wantcavihioh art murua FREE. Situations Wanted. ll'.Wil.H-A MH'NU WOMAN WISHI'. T i, read to elderly l .'iv ! g, GENERAL NEWS 0 INDUSTRIES luy. , ..' lent i" Allures Reader, Pitt few hours seen ton, 1'H. .. UrANTED A SITUATION MY A MAR tied iimn. aged ii Il.ii n fair education and qui give the best or rettrenct In regaid j character. Has bail xptnune M clerk In store, a farmer anil us hcko.)l teacher, Ad dress Si N., Tl Ibuns orti.v. ' ANTED liY A MiULM.K ABED LAKY I, i- .1 ion a. '."tl .'Kit-, c: : nnse .inn Jin nmslnc, 8tr Wk. Be eience (.iwn. Address, nonwceeji r, mbnne otflce. 'IT' 'AT ION WANTFD AMF.lt li A. man in,.f atu ami mivul. a ! hi wat.LUiiu, inn nor cr laie-iunn. A, No. I reference. Add rem, N, Tribune 1 1 - 'ANTED sl l'i ATION -GOOD PIAN lit, nit lit rcn lor. well up ID su o x busi ness. T. M., i ril une oiiu o. AVl'Eli-Yol Mi LAI Dfcglltth A ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 12 January 1894

THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY MORNING. JANUARY 12. 1894. WEBER SHAW IN GREAT VARIETY. No Fake Sale in Our3 TVr- have better bargains every flay I'f tro yenr than to-caUoil "bargain diiya, " "cleariug sales," ami sucu will-known, worn-out, plnyed-out scheme will afford. Fur real bargains lu 71881-CLASS N EV PIANOS AND ORGANS SEE US. EMERSON PIANOS Popular, reliable and. within lyoar reach. HALLET & DAVIS PIANOS Have taken over 100 first premiums hi the past titty yearn Other makes of Planoe. Four malt."1! nf Organs in beautiful new designs. See onr stock betoft buyinj. We hare the goods. t)ur prices aio rig-lit Every thau ui Hie music luie. STELLE k SEELEY IS4 Wyoming Ave., Scranton. Pa. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE GENUINE POPUl'.B Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G., B. 5c Co., Imprinted nn Eann Cigar. Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr'3. toliltl inn m. mji ii. 1.. DR. H. E3. WARE BPECIALI8T. EYE, EAR. KOSE AND THROAT. KK HOURS :Jf-M. 135 WYOMING AVE. PERSONAL. Richard Gallagher, of Oly...

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

THE SCBAKTON TRTHUNE FT! I DAT MORNING, JANUATIY 12, 1891. SCRANTON TRIBUNE F- E. WOOD, General Manager. POBMlfeCn D1LY AND WEKKtY IN Si han sov, r.v., dy iuk tuwum; nnuuua New York Omo: Tuibdne Uuildino, KlIANK 8. GlIAY. MaNAOKH. IMWnI at tfta Pottoffko at fcranton. Pa., cm BtCGhd'CkUl itail Matter. THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. FCHANTON, JANUARY IB, 1HM. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET FOB 0ONGBB8SMAN.AT-LABQB, UALVSHA A. anow, OF .Sl SQUKllANNA. ELECTION FEBRUARY 00. "A STUDY IN SCAF.'LET." Iay n.'ii ran rtCUOH from partieu tar fact to general wncJntoiM; but the men are Jew who oan dinseet n rottiummMtcd purpoH iU (Mco ttitltent elements, simply by their own dtduttive skill. When you mala (duty o. "A .study in Searltt" yon wiUrtalixe what we mean, . BaHOOCK HEtMs to bo u good nun, Vho is six foot tall. Thb harmony that outcrops In th Htsto Democracy reminds one of the iM.luisite pM06 mi tfooJ will that pro Vail in our own l.jekawHiiim. Tin propxb Hum to hate abandunml the Hawaiian policy (' inla...

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

THE SCBANTON TRIBUiN K FKI J) AY MORNING, .lAM'AKV 12, 1894. MlltlllllllllllllllillllllllllilllHIIIIIIIU iPipe Valves I ! Fittings j I THE SCRANTON SUPPLY AND MACHINERY CO. nilllllllllllllllllilHiliSlinilllliHIiSi Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue Lackawanna the city of Captain & 1). Fellow, an 'l important witness. The replevin case of Guernsey Broth ers against Meredith Jones and Attor ney Q Comegys was referred to Attor ney C. R. Pitcher under the act ol Au amendment to the deolara tiuu wns allowed to be filed in the ejectment case of Thomas Bromoge and other against Norah Diver At 11 o'clock court a Ij nuned iu the main 00 art room for the da?, there being no oaeee ready for trial. mm n HEPsuuri i mim tpi i n run TmiTfi nmfl nmin iiioimniinn nun nNnnii nnnnnrnn ulilhK II UMIiMJIIU 1ELL5 11 1KU1H bill 5!IKu iNolinRnLL M K MHO Ho Tries to Hold Up tlie Bill of the Electric light Compaiiy. ROBATHAN COMES TO THE RESCUE Mrs. Mary Rosenagle's Story Is Flatly Con ...

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

c THE SCRANTON TE I BUNE FR J u A Y MORNING, JANUARY 12, 1894. Daily Chronicle OK Pittston Events. The Scuanto.i . . ItUtun olllce. No. 8 South Main street, is in charge, nf V. E, Toolie and J, JX l'iUy, to whom complainti uud umvj Hums may be referred by any subscriber, j REPUBLICAN CONVENTION CALL. Frlmaiiis to Be Held tlw L; it Tuesday i of the Present ..i. nth. The West PitUton Rspublionn bor ough convection will ho hel 1 at the Town hall, Thursday, Feb, 1, 1S01. at 7. 30 o'clock p. m.. to nominate Repub lican candidates for the boroiuh offla II to bt tilled at the spring election ujld on Tuesday. Feb. 2J, 1311, to wit, can didates lor olKce as follows : Burgeai for three years, two couicil nien for threo years, two school direct ors for three yens, one tax collector for tiQrr years, one UU litor for three years, one high constable for one year, and all other officers to be chosn at this eleotioti; also register, assessors and electiou oftiovrs iu each election district This con...

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

I THE SCBANTON TRIBUNE FRTDAY MORNING, JANUARY 12, 1894. SSS0' m:v styles l Dark Calicos 44c. 44c. 40. 44c. BEST INDIA BLy"E CALICOS 4!c4!c4!c4!c BEST APRON GINGHAMS LAMES' JACKETS Half Trice. vj.7" upWard, Misses' Gretchens Half price. $2. .." upward. 7-Yard Dress Patterns All Wool. 11.96 upward. Comfortables i." couts upward. Down Quilts 93.08 upward. White Blankets 58 cents upward. CORSETS: A CAPE IN CROCHET. DIRECTIONS FOR MAKING ONE W'TH A HOOD FOR A CHILD. The I'utteiu Is uu l'Juy One It Diked Iu a Scmlrircln It Is ItorUereil With a Laee I ili: i..-; -HOW the I ... . Ik Mutie. The Housewife gives these directions: Dm rsitlier thick cream colored wool, mid begin by crocheting ou as many stitches as BTG wanted for the depth. For o child of ordinary height cast on 30 stitches. First Row- Having made a chain of 80 stitches, have three stitches for the double crochet, and work 29 single cro tket. Cut o!T the wool. Second Kow Twenty double crochet OB the 'M of the precediug row, and...

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

t 3 THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. JANUARY 12. 1894. Stationery In great variety at prices to Suit the Times. C. B. PRATT. GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT January Sale Woolen Dress Goods. In anticipation of our regular annual stock-taking we have re-marked all our Dress Goods stock so that immediate buyers may secure Uncommon Values in Rich Foreign Dress Goods. THE NEWS OF IT NEARB 01 s rontnr town coriosponilonU ofTun Turn DUB ihonld Hin thuir MM in full 10 oactt uowii Ivttor, not for publication out to guard gainst deception. 1 HONESDALE LOCAL SPATTERING3. Uiscellanaoua Maple City Notes of an lnterMtinyr Nturn. Special lo the Bcranton Tribune. Honksdai.e, Jan. 11. Mr. Theresa DUch has just received from tha hands of Assistant Superintendent U J. Stew art of the Prudential Insurance com pany, $1,000 due from the company on account of the death of hr son Frank. A. C. Stewart, of Towanda, formerly of Honesdale. is visiting his ion, .Turner L. Oakee. The Ancient Order of Hibernians will Ki...

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

A STUDY IN SCARLET. A STUUf IN SCARLET mutton A STUDY IN SCARLET A STUDY IN SCARLET EIGHT PAGES--5G COLE Mis S. SCKATvTON, PA., SATURDAY MORNING. JANUARY 13, 1894. TWO CENTS A COPY. KEEP AM El E If El FOR A SOU HON OF THE MYSTERY BE "I ! SI 7 If MLET, 99 DOWN 10 DEATH II DRAW'S FALL Collapse of Portion of a Bridge Sends Sixty .Workmen Into Creek. SEVERAL OF THEUi ARE DROWNED Temporary Draw Over Newton Creek Is Precipitated by the Effort of a Tug to Sqeeeze a Large Schooner Through, and the Crowd of Bridge Carpenters Is Thrown Without Warning Into the Waters Beneath. Dramatic Scene of Death and Rescue. Long Island City, L. I . Jan. 12, n BOUT sixty men were thrown M into Newtown creek tonight by L the collapse of a section of a lTU temporary draw bridge over the creek connecting Bradley vimh at Laurel Hill, with Meeker avenue, Brooklyn. Just how many mn were drowned cannot as yet be determined. The following were on the bridge at the time and have not been seen since; Patrick Briody,...

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

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNINtf, JANUARY 13. 1894. ONE CENT A Word. Wanti of all kinds cost that much, cx Cfpt Situation n'anled,ichich art insti led t'HEE. Situations Wanted. S'"TvATIWrWANTED BY A BUTCHER 2ti years old who umlersUndj the bust liege) oan give referiMioo it required. Addrosa ta," box 'A Taylor, Pa. WANTt'.D-A YOUNG WOMAN WISHES to read to elderly ludy or gentleman u few hours each day. Address header, PUU tou. Pa. ( UfANTED-A SITUATION BY A A1AK ried man. aged 'Ji: Ha a fair education uud can give the best of reference in regard to c haracter. Has bad experience as clerk in store, as farmer and as school teacher, Ad dreas N. N., Tribune office. V A NTEDBTaT Ml Tub LK AGED LADY t position a IMMMMpei or QtltM t.-nnj fur nurelug, !8 pjr week. He oieuce glvcu. Addroas, Houaekeepjr. Tribune oilier. 'clTI'AflOS WAN 1 1 1 A 3d EKK'A N MAN i? US veais ot age ai d married, to act aa watchman, janitor reference. Addles or talesman, A, io. 1 Ki '1 rlbune ofllc v U 'ANTED...

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

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING. JANUARY 13. 1894. WEBER T)T SHAW ri ' IK GREAT VARIETY. No Fake Sale in Ours We nave better bargains ever? flay In ftp year than to-called "bargain 'days, " "clearing sales," and such wall-known, worn-out, played-out schemes will afford. For real bargains in FIRST-CLASS NEW PIANOS AND ORGANS SEE US. EMERSON PIANOS Popular, reliable and within your react. HALLET & DAVIS PIANOS Hare taken over 100 first premiums in the past fifty yean. Otber makes of Pianos. Four mate of Organs in beautiful new designs. Sea our stock before buying. We hare the goods. Cur prices art) right. Everything m the music Una, STELU & SEELEY IS4 Wyoming Ave., Soranton, Pa. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE GENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G., B. & Co,, tmprinturt on Eanh Cigar. Carney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. l i)l 111 HOLbU ftUUAltU. DR. H. B. WARE SPECIALIST. IYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT. OFFICE HOURS!' '35 WYOMING AVE PERSONAL. J. W. Guernsey is in New ...

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

THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 13, 1894. SCRANTON TRIBUNE F. E. .WOOD, General Manager. Published daily and weekly iji Bcbah- ON, PA., J1Y III UUIUUKE PUBUSUINO t'OIIPANr. New York Office: Tribons Boildino, Frank B. gray. Manaqer. Butered at the Fo$tvfflce at Scranton, Pa, Second-Clan Mail Hatter. THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. FCKANTON, JANUARY 13, 1804. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET FOB CON'OKESSMANATLAROK, UALUSMA A. GROW, OF SUSQUEHANNA ELECTION FEBRUARY 20. stock, ami $753,017,000 funded debt. No ultimate is made of the floating debt of tb companies involved, w hich must have swelled the tptal of liabili ties considerably. Neither does the liet Include the Atchison, Top?ka and Santa Fee, wboie 0,811 miles increase the total railpae in tlie hands of re ceivers to 82.878, ami the total liabili tie'tomoie than $l,."SO0.O00,009. To thi must be added 1,410 miles of the Voad sold under forfOlidr durini; the year, representing $17,201,000 of seojir lies. No more striking commentary ...

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

THE SCRAN TON TK1B UNE S AT V KDAY MORNINC. JANUARY 13, 1894. 5 UIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIII2 Pipe ( j Valves f 1 Fittings I i THE SCRANTON SUPPLY AND MACHINERY CO. s niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiR Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue Lackawanna THE 508 Penn Ave. Laundry A. B. WARMAN. WEARS & HAGEN. Offer for This Week A new line of 4o inch all wool Bourette Stripe Cheviots, made to sell for 75c; 7 yards will cost you $2.03, or only 29c per yard. Carpets, Wall Papers, Window Shades, Draperies, Mattings, Rugs, etc. WILLIAMS & MMUL7Y. 127 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. tin' county j nil for assaulting her. Mr. Beppler shj-8 uia wife's quarrelsome dispo sition is responsible for all tlie trouble. The report of the inquisition in the case of Dr. A. E. Burr has not yet been filed, but us soon as it is, exceptions will be made b Dr. Burr's attorneys, Hulslauder & Votburg. The exceptions will set forth that commissioner Hawloy participated i...

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

r 6 THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING, JANUABY 13, 1894. Daily Chronicle OF Pittston Events. (Tue Scranton Tribune's Pittston office. No. 8 South Main street, is in charge of W. E. Tooke and J. M. Fany, to whom complaints and news items may be referred by any subscriber. J ' , WAS HE POISONED? Case That the Authorities Could Inveitl gate with Profit. Genaro Lepre, an Italian, died very suddenly at his hoarding house at 219 Salem street, West Pittston, one week ago today under circumstances that savor very much of suspicion. As he was a foreigner without friends in these parts he was buried and nothing more thought of the case. Strange as were the circumstances of his death, it remains for The Tribune to make them public for the first time. In doing so it is with the hope that the authorities will make an investigation and set at rest the suspicions that have arisen since Lepre died. As is wel) known the customs and manners of the class of people to which Lepre belonged are entir...

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

THE SCR ANTON TRIfiTJNE SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY Itt, 1891. Great BANKRUPT SALE AAA Worth of Dry Goods, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods, Millinery, Cloaks and Notions, Curtains, Boots and 3 JJiJJJ ShoeSi clothing, Hats and Caps, Infants' Wear, etc., etc., Still Continued. More Goods Opened Every Day. Those ladies that could not get into the store LAST MONDAY, will have a better opportunity this week, as we have made more room to accommodate our customers. NOS. 400 AND 402 LACKAWANNA AVE. Below we mention a few more of the bargains, commencing Monday, January 15. DRESS GOODS 19e. Cashmere at 0 3-4c. 89a Cashmere at 21c. We. Cashmeres at 31c. ;5c. Cashmeres at 45c. And all other Dress Goods in like proportion. VELVETS and SILKS II 20 Velvet at . 89c. '5ft Veivetsat 45c. jOc. Velvets at 25c. '5c Snrah Silk at ...,45c la China Silk at 25c. DOMESTICS 1c. Muslin at 5c. Be. Domestic Flannel at 2 3-4c. He. Calico at 4 l-2c. Cc. Calico at 2 3-4c. LINENS, Etc. c. Toweling at I 3-4c. Oc. ...

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

3 THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING'. JANUARY 13, 1894. Stationery In great variety at prices to Suit the Times. C. B. PRATT. GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT January Sale Woolen Dress ' Goods. In anticipation of our regular annual stock-taking we have re-marked all our Dress Goods stock so that immediate buyers may secure Uncommon Values in Rich Poreign Dress Goods. FOREST CI TV HAPPENINGS. and 1 NEWS OF IT NEARB OWNS fOutof town corespondents of The Tnis Cn r should len thiir names in (all to eaoh uews li'tter, not for publication out to guard atfnlust docoption.l MINOR MINOOKA MUSINGS. The Ac'iv ties of a Day In This Lively Vt'lare Repirted. Special to fie Scranlon Tribune. JUisooKv, Pa ..Inn. 13 YuttOf Men's I Yuute, No. 184. installed the follow ing ctii era tuis evening: President, M. J. McDonongh; vice preiident, J. J. Casey ; eecratnry yice president, M. J. Carroll; recording secretary, P. F. L'usiclc; corresponding seeretary, H. J. Casey; fiuaueial secretary, M. Q Cu sick; treasure...

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

Look tomorrow for the key to the mystery of "A Study in Scarlet. "f6 i x " Anuqn J Look tomorrow for (he key to the mystery of "A Study in Scarlet' EIGHT PAGi G COLUMNS. bCHANTON, PA., MONDAY MOKMXG. JANUARY 15, 1S!4. TWO CENTS A COPY. Ml II PAPER OBEFIJL LY TOI mm a IE "A ST I Pi ABLET 99' PUT TO S HIE SAVAGENESS OF QUEEN 11 Her Thirst for Christian Blooi Exhibited In All Its Fiendishness. CLEVELAND ANNIHILATED BY DOLE The President of the Hawaiian Pro visional Government, in His Reply to the Impudent Demand of Ameri can Minister Willis, by the Strong; Dignity of His Unanswerable Logic, Literally Pulverizes the Conspiracy of Self-Righteous Grover Cleveland to Put the Pagan Hawaiian Queen Back on Her Dissolute Throne A Condensation of the Voluminous Correspondence Sent to Congress Saturday. Wasiunotom, Jan. 14. fX RESIDENT CLEV ELAND on Sit Uj urday sent ti couuress the emu p plots correspondence with Min J tter Willis, coveyed from Hono lulu by the cutter Corwln H with held one dis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 15 January 1894

THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 15. 1894. ONE CENT A Word. Wauls of all kinds cost Ihul much, ia oept Situations Wmttd,hieh are inserted VRSK, Situations Wanted. uitl'atjon wanted bv a butoheh 3 86 peers old who understands the bush nm; oaii give reference il required. Address 'Win.,'1 box 188, Taylor, l'u. W 'ANTED A Vol S'u WOMAN WMHM to rend to elderly ladj or gentleman H taw hours, each day. Amnh Itemicr, 1'itts- tou, Pa. ANTED-BY A MIDDLE AUED LADY a position Si housekiui er or HUM ternn for iiuiaihg, ;8 p)r week. He'ciemo jilveu. Addi e-s llouei;-,ii-. Tribun" ."lti'-v. C1TDATIOM WaNtfd-american man C 86 years of egs a id m u ried. to Hit ns watchmen. Janitor og laleiman, A, No. I 1 efcrunce. AfldtSS', N. 'I ribiiuo oil Q U ANTED SITUATION -- HOOD MAN 1st, ilsbt reader, well up la so on busi ness. Ti M . Tribune oftice. Agents Wanted. U' ANTED A SALESMAN, KM TO S0 weekly mil hi uncle with our good in any locality, will prove It or forfeit 810U Haw urci nunUaloQ a...

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

THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING. JANUARY 15, 1894. MM WEBER SHAW IN GREAT VARIETY. No Fake Sale in Ours We have bettor bargains every flay ' He year than so-called "bargain days," "clearinR Bales," and such well-known, worn-out, played-out schemes will afford. For real bargains iu FIBST-OLA88 NEW PIANOS .AND ORGANS SEE US, EMERSON PIANOS Popular, reliable and within your reach. HALLET & DAVIS PIANOS Have takeu over 100 first premiums In the past fifty years. Ot!ior makes of Piano. Four makes of Orpans in beautiful new designs. See our ttock betoro buying. We have the goods, (jar prices uro rigbu Everything iu the UlUblO llUS. STELLE k SEELEY 134 Wyoming Ave., Scranton, Pa. EEWARB OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE GENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G. B. & Co., Imprinted nn Eaplj Cigar. Garney, BrowL" & Co. Mfr's. IHLUI UOtCiU &UUAUU. DR. H. B. WARE SPECIALIST. EYE, EAR. NOSH AND THROAT. W1I1VU UWMW I i.SOTO k& AIL 135 WYOMING AVE. AMUSEMENT NOTES. In "Lady W...

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

f THE SCttANTOX TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 15. 184. SCRANTON TRIBUNE F. E. WOOD, General Manager. f UBIUOK" li VIl.V AND WXEU.Y IN SCRAP TON. I'A.. II y In 'illlUU.NI PtUUbttlNO COMPAsr. New Yoiik Okfioh: Thiuuke Bciuhnc 1-UANK 8. Utt.lV. MANAGER. Kutered at the foifojlce at Scranlon, Pa., at Second-Clau kail Matter. THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE. fCRANTON, JANUARY 15, 18B4. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET rOK COXUUESSMAN-ATLAKUE, QALUIHA A. GROW, OK Sl'SyL'KHANNA. ELECTION FEBRUARY 30. "A STUDY IN SCARLET." tlettinij curious to knoir what it means f Very uetl; tomorrow you shall know all about it. SufflC it now tn know that " I Study in Starlet" will be. una of tin- ehoicett surprises that our readers hate been treated to. r It is HARD for us to believe that Mr. Willis in as good a poker player ai all Kentuckiaus are popularly thought to be. It is well to keep in mind, concern ing this proposed, income tax. that whatever its nominal exemption, the poor would have to iv it. i 'i i Anttt all, th...

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