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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 1 October 1894

THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1, 1894. . ea? ' i does more and better work Jj V than a heaping ,5355, $ , teaspoon ful of others.. .I ' Cleveland Baking Towdcr Co., New York, ff Successor to Cleveland Brothers. r Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenuo Ladies', Gents' and Children's In White or Natural Wool, at Greatly Reduced Prices. Hears & Hagen 415 Lacka. Ave. If you want Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper or Window Shades, come to us. We have a full line of goods, and our prices are very low. 0 Williams & McAnuity 127 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. Gentlemen's Driving Clnb races Thurs day, & p. m. The wis of aeats for Roland Reed begins this morning at the Academy of Musio box office. There will be a meeting of the boord of managers of Florence Mission Tuesday at 10 a. m. The amount of taxes collected in this city last yer for school Dursoses was 11711,611.71 and for the support of tbo poor to,U92.4G. ( The Pastors' Vnion will meet at Y. M. C. A. ...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 1 October 1894

rnE SCRANTON ITUBUJra-MOJTDAY MORNING, f OCTOBER 1, 1894. Best Flour (3 75 Best Pantry 3 75 Fead. ...... 1 20 Corn 1 20 Mewl . 1 20 Hums...... 13J California llama ii Bacon... 9 fresh Ecgs. ; 18 unutr (.reciters ,.. o J liamowi Oyster 5 Canned Tomatoes lit White Wax Bunns... 9 150 lb. riiil Jolly 99 20 lb. P.41 Prwers 1 25 Bristle Siioe Brush 15 bixby's Blackiuir, 3 Lr8 Box -a 10 Liberty tfewiiu Machine 9 95 Every article in the above list is war ranted strictly first class in every re spect. We only mention d lew figures but will state that all our prices are v,ery low and will be kept so during the re mainder of 1894. There are a few things that we wish to speak of specially, first of these "Our Best" brand offlour of which we are selling about i.ooo barrels and sacks a month and hearing nothing but most favorable reports , from all sources. Then our Tea Department is worthy of mention, we have the finest line of teas that is possible to get to gether. Our garden growth teas at 85...

Publication Title: Scranton Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 1 October 1894

THE SCRANTON. TBIBUNE-MONDAT MORNING. OCTOBER 1, 1S94. GENERA L OF NEWS The people of Wilkes-Barre, accord ing t the Leader, like the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western road on ao coantot iti regularity in time and it record for few aocidenta. Under Mr. Eallatead'a management the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western has grown to be one of the greatest and foremost railroads in the country. This is readily aoconnted for in the fact that it is the potior of tbe management to give tbe pablio the best possible servica. In the first place the, road bed is well con structed, being heavily ballasted with gravel and sand, thus affording a solid fonndation for the heavy steel rails with which the road is laid. Tbis, to gether with the fact that new rolling stock, of the latest improved construc tion, is almost exclusively nsed, ac counts for the smoothness for which tbe Delaware, Lackawanna and West ern has gained such an enviable reputa tion. All through .trains are vestibnled and Pullinnn's best...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 1 October 1894

8 THE SCKANTim TKIEU2f E M OND AT OCTOBER 1. 18!)4. ! K MILLINERY OPENING Wednesday OCTOBER 3 AND Thursday OCTOBER 4 In connection with our display of Au tumn Millinery, will make our annual dis play of Suits Coats AND Capes You are cordially in vited to attend. GORMAN'S 412 Spruce St., Scranton, Dr. ReovoslBnow fully established lit 412 Spruce Btreet, Scrniitou. He lius iierfornied Suino wonderful cures imd has Kuinecl the ronlidoiH'tf of the public. Helms come to STAY utid will remiim PERMANENTLY at hi Kpruvu street parlors. He hns had Ioiir and varied expwienre in hospital and private practice uud treats all acute and chronic diseases of nion, women and children, lie gie advice, ser- rnrr nr puinnr vice and Pxnminittionii I H LL Ul Oli.lllUL No one is turned away. He, with his assistants, treat all diseases of the nervous system, diseases of the eyo, ear, Bin- and throat, dyapopsii, rliouumtism, lost vitality, prciuntuie weakness or decay in both sexes, leiiiulo weaknesses and ir...

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

f ATTEfTHE C3"-"f;l-l-Y Frotliiugham. to' qht 7 1 Southt Side West Side k News oa Providence pSge. Dunmore EIGHT PAGES-56 COLUMNS. SCRANTON. PA., TUESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER, 2, 1894. TWO CENTS A COPY. THE TRIBUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SCRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER r CITY OF PEKIN IS Europeans and Otber Foreigners Must Keep Out In Future. NOT ALLOWED TO EVEN PEEK IN Several British Residents Assaulted by Natives All Foreigners Warned to Keep Away Japanese Still Gain ing Ground The British Steamer Irene Said to Have Committed a Breach of Neutrality in Transport ing Guns for the Chinese Insur rection at Shan.Tung. Shanghai, Out. 1. f?ISPATCHE3 received here from II Tien-Tsin say that private ad- II vices have reached tbe latter J oity from Pekiu warning all for eigners from proceeding to the capital. Tbe road aud waterway from Tung Chow to Pekin are alive with soldiers who are hostile to all Europeans. Sev eral British residents of Pekln have been ...

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

TIIE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING-, OCTOBER 2, 1894. WEST SIDEI mm Trie MuCK I Al.L. Court Waa Held b7 Umbr of the Cbl UpiiloD. The mock trial conducted by tbe Chi Upsilon society of the Washington Street Presbyterian oho rob last even inn was a decided success. After tbe regular business of the society tbe en tertainment committee took charge of tbe meeting. Professor D. A. Stone was on trial for tbe laroany of one or more bricks from tbe old church. President George Waters acted as judge. The defendant was brought before the court by Sheriff Horace Keen. After the Clerk of tbe Courts Artcmns Morse read the ohrage Prose outing Attorney Maurice Miller opened for tbe prosecution. Jaines Griffiths was tbe first witness called. He testi fied to seeing Professor Stone take tbe bricks from the church. Tbe cross examination by Defending Attorney D. L. Morgan caused much mirth. C. P. Hall and Arch Mears were the next witnesses called, after which the prosecution rested. Attor ney Morga...

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

ixxn t3UitAXXOP( TK1JSUJIJS TUJliSSDAr MO UN UNI. UUTOBUU S. 1854. Norton's New Store 115 Wyoming Ave. (Old Republican Biilding.) Entire New Stock received since the fire, which destroyed all our stock in the old store, Lacka. Ave. Miscellaneous Books, in cloth and leather bindings, single vols, and full sets, suitable for wedding and other gifts. Choice Stationery for social use. Mercantile Stationery, all sorts. School Books and School Stationery. Blank Account Books, all sizes and all styles, from Penny Book to Bank Ledger. Bibles, Prayer and Hymn Books. All the Popular New Books, in cloth and paper covers. RUPTURE Can be cured by simple treatments and the trust thrown aside in a short time. Mo detention from buninesj. A eafe and radical cut e (or every variety of hernia by a new motliod. No charge for consultation and examina tion. , SCR ANTON GERMAN RUPTURE CURE CO, (LIMITED.) 203 WASHINGTON AVE. GOOD BREAD USE THE SNOW WHITE FLOUR And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND F...

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

4 TILE SCRAMW T1IBUNJS-TUEDAY MUKNIW, OCTOBER 2, 1S94. PUBLIIHCO DAILT IN CaTO, Pa., TNI g. p. KINGSBURY. Kiiafauemii Taisust euiteiee. r hat. Mahascs. IKIMI tt nil poeTOmee AT MRAima. eKGeNe-eiAee MAIt HATTia "Printers' Ink," the recognized Journal for advertisers, rates the eCBANTON TRIHVMfas the beat advertising medium iu Northeastern x'ounnjlvenla, "Printer Ink" know. FCRANTON. OCTOBER 2 1894. RtPUBUCAN STATE TICKET. Tor Governor! DANIEL H. HASTING Of CESTUI For Lieutenant Governor: WALTER LYON, OS" ALLEGHKNT. for Auditor Grnrral: AMOS H. MYLIS, or LANCASTER, for Secretary olternal Affairs! JAMES W. LATTA, 01' FUILAUELl'IIIA. for Congressmen-at-Large: UALUSHA A. GROW, OK8i:w,iUr.UANNA. Gi-ORGE F. IIL'FS1, Or WtbTMOUKLA.ND. Election Time, Nov. 0. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. lor Con (treat: JOSEPH A. BCRANTOJf. For Late Judge: KOBLRT W. ARCHBALD. lor thtriff: FRANK H. CLEMONS. For County Tieamrer: THOMAS D. DA VIES. For Ccrfc of Hie Comtm ' JOHN H. TIIOMAS. For Prolhonotnrii: ' CLAR...

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

THE SCR ANTON" TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORN IN tf, OCTOBER 2, 1894. " I am convinced Cleveland's is the purest baking powder made, and . I have adopted it exclusively in my cooking schools and for daily household use." Sarah T. Rorer, Principal Philadelphia Cooking School. 'I prefer Cleveland's baking powder to others because it is pure and wholesome, it takes less for the same baking. It never fails, and bread and cake keep their fresh ness and flavor." C. C. Bedford, Principal Keui York Cooking School, Norrmanfi Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue If you want Carpets. Draperies, Wall Paper or Window Shades, come to us. We have a full line of goods, and our prices are very low. lit It 127 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. Gentlemen's Driving C .ices Thurs day, 2 p. m. . , . St Martin's Polish society, of Mayfleld, applied to the court yesterday for a char ter. The diagram for "Rosednle" opens this morning at the Academy of Musio bos office. The board of managers of the Florence mission will mee...

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

THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2, 1394. a; A "FIRE IN JAPAN. FUNNY LILLIPUTIAN METHODS OF JAPANESE FIREMEN.- Fire Engines That Are of Tery Little Service in Fighting Flumes Plucky Hook aud Ladder Mud Who Show No Judgment In Their Wrk. Suddenly our practiced ears uauylit the distant boom of tho tiro bell. Everybody else beard it mid the tiled was electrical. While one of the muu run up the bidder aud began to hammer nwny at our station bell, the officers hurried on their uniforms and sprang on to their horses, kept ready ' caparisoned, tho captain arming himself with a huge wisp of horsehair, the lieu tonaut seizing bis standard a spear, from the eud of which hung a horse tail. Menii- ' while; with much shouting and uo doubt bad language, the "brigade" had harnessed Itself to the three squirts, and the proces sion was formed ollicers leading, engines next, book and ladder men with us three visitors bringing np the rear. Out we went into the snowbound street, up which...

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

THE SCBANTON ; TKIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBEE 2, 1894. GENERAL NEWS OF Wbat it known in Shamokia as the 'North of the Mountain" district of the Reading Coal and. Iron company's coal fields bas been diridxd into dis trict!, the first diTialon embracing all thecollieriea from Trerorton to Gilbert on, and the second division embracing all tbe collieries from Mahanoy City to Gilbertoo, and including tbe Shenan doah district collieries. Heretofore all these collieries hare been embraced in one district, Montroe T. Echrtfllir bavins charge ot tbe entire fiii. Under tbe new order Mr. Sohnfflr will continue as division superintend ent ot tbe district, having charge of the collieries from Trevorton to Gil berton. Mr. Scbrtflhr'a headquarters will continue to be at Ashland. Tbe second division will be in charge of John Skeath, of Mabony city, former distriot superintendent of that distriot. His headquarters may be at Shenandoah. David W. Price, wbo for the past aix years bas been tbe superi...

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

THE SCEAiNTOSr TKIUUSTE-TUESDAY OCTOBER-2. .1894. MILLINERY OPENING Wednesday OCTOBER 3 AND OCTOBER 4 In connection with our display of Au tumn Millinery, will make our annual dis play of Suits oats AND apes You are cordially in vited to attend. GORMAN'S 412 Spruce St, Scranton. Dr. Eepves Is now fully ost.itilisliert at 412 Miruce stroet, Scranton. 118 lias Nerrormcu s.iiiio wonderful euros mid bus imineit the I'oiifUlcnci' of the public. Ilu lias couifl to STAY anil will ivmuin I'KRMANKNTLY at liis hpruiM street purlors. He ling had long mm varieii expiTicnce lu Hospital ana prtr ate practka and treats alt acute and curouic ilmitasuH of man, women mid children tin K'vra mlvtoe, nor- rnCC AC PUlQPC viefs anil rxniiiiiintiouii IIILL Ul lIMIlul. J0 ono is turned away. Ik-, with bis assistants, treat all diseases of the uarvcms system, diseases of the nye, ear, ml ' anil throat, dyspopsti, rheuinntism, lost vitality, t.remnture weakness or uocay m both huxps, tenialo wenkiiesscs and l...

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

- THE BIG , RALLY IS FULLY REPORTED South Side West Side Providence Dunmoro A On Pages 1 ud & I1WE News sn second page. EIGHT PAGES-5G CO-MXS. - ; .'niVE" SCRANTON, PA., WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 3, 1894. TWO CENTS A COPT. THE 7iiidUNE HAS A LARGER BONA FIDE CIRCULATION AMONG SCRANTON BUSINESS MEN THAN ANY OTHER MORNING PAPER Set GOV. M'KINLEY'S I! ORAT Greeted with Enthusiastic Demonstrations in Western States. GREAT SPEECH IN KANSAS CITY He Is Booked for Twelve Speeches. Besieged at His Hotel by Repre sentatives from All Over the State. Immense Meetings Addressed An Audience of 3,000 People Listens to His Talk in the Republican Wig wam at Kansas City. Kansas City. Mo. Oct. 2. frNOVERNOR M'KINLEY'S recep- I - tion in Kansas City today was II n in the nature of a continuous Vmi ovation. From the -our of bis arrival at the union depot this morning, until he retired tonight, after witnessing the Priests of Pallas parade that marked the inaugura tion of Carnival week, his every ap...

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

THE SCItANTON . TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 3, 1894 IWEST SIDE m WHO IS THc iNCiNuUhV? Chief Ferber Bell- the Lilly Property Wee Set on Fire. The alnrm of fire wblcb sounded .from box 14, at the corner of Lacka wanna aveuue and Seventh etreet about 8 o'clock laet evening wae eaused by a blaze in tne three etory brick dwelling occupied by the family of John Lilly on Weet Lackawanna avenue. Officer Lewis who was patrolling that beat saw smoke issuing from the front win dows and promptly gave the alarm. The Franklin, Century, Nay Aug, Eagle and Hook and Lad'ler companies quickly responded. The flimes orit?i ti nted In the joists of the second flior and burned briskly for some time. Vol umes of smoke poured through the win dows and it was thought that the building could not be saved. The fire men battled bravely with the flitun before they were brought under con trol. The hotel of J. J. Cummings and Edginton's blacksmith shop, on either hand, were uninjured. The damns to the buil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 3 October 1894

THE SCTCANTON 1TSIBUJXJS WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 3, IS94. J. , 7 1st Store ? xlvvnTriiTiff Avfl. r & nblican Building.) re New stock received since the fire, which destroyed all our stock in the old store, Lacka. Ave. Miscellaneous Books, in cloth and leather bindings, single vols, and lull sets, suitable for wedding and other gifts. Choice Stationery for social use. Mercantile Stationery, all sorts. School Books and School Stationery. Blank Account Books, all sizes and all styles, from Penny Book to Bank Ledger. Bibles, Prayer and Hymn Books. All the Popular New Books, in cloth and paper covers, Can be cured by simple treatments aud the truss thrown asido in a short time. No detention from business. A sate and radical cure for every variety of Hernia, by a new method. No charge for consultation and examina tion. SCR ANTON GERMAN RUPTURE CURE CO. (LIMITED.) 203 WASHIXGTOX AVE. GOOD BREAD -USE THE And always have Good Bread. MANUFACTURED AND FOR BALE TO THE TRADE BY The Weston...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 3 October 1894

4 THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 3, 1S94 PUBLISHID DAILY IN 8eNT0ll. P-l ' Taisuas PuiuiHiia Cohmnt. - LP. RINOSiyBt. N Teas tmcl I Tiy imMMi MM lUT, . r txt nnifnu at mumM Mm KCOH-CLAB Mil MTVeS. "Prlntere" luk," the recognlsod journal Tor advertisers, rates the BCBANIOM 1 II I lll'NE as the bet advertising medium In ortheatern Pennsylvania, "Printers' luk" knows. fcCRANTON. CCTOBER. 8. I8M. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor! DANIEL H. HASTING or CENTBH. For Lieutenant Governor: WALTER LY02T, or allkuhent. For Auditor General: AMOS II. MVLUT, OV LANCASTER. For Secretary of Vernal AffairM JAMES W. LATTA, or PHILADELPHIA. For Congreimien-at-Large: GALUSHA A. GROW, Ol'fil'SytJF.HANNA. GEORGE F. HCFP1, or WKTMonniANa Election Time, MoT. & REPUBLICAN CCUNTY TICKET. For Conoretn: JOSEPH A. SCRANTON. For Law Judge: UOBLUT W. ARCHBALD. lorthtriff: FRANK It CLEMONS, For County Tieamrer: THOMAS D. DA VIES. For Clerk of the Coiirit: . JOHN II. THOMAS. For Prothonotar...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 3 October 1894

THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE "WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 3, 1894. Bread and cake raised with keep their freshness and flavor. 'Pure "and "Sure Norrman& Moore . FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenuo lf2 If you want Carpets. Draperies, Wall Paper or Window Shades, come to us. We have a full line of gaaBjajBHBHBHaWBMMWBa goods, and our prices are very low. 127 Wyoming Ave. CITY NOTES. Gentlemen'sJ Driving Club races Satur day, 2 p. m. Scranton Typographical uniqn will hold it annual ball at Turner ball on Thanks giving night. Tbe diagram for "Irish Inspiration" opens at tbe Academy of llusio box office this morning. Eugene Kleberg hasfhown sign of great mental improvement since be was taken to the Hillside home. Tomorrow evening will be held the opening of the Enterprise Dancing class at Exeelaior hall on Wyoming avenue. Burglar proof safes are being placed on the Delaware, Lackawanna and Hudson trains by the United States Express com pany. Tbe Loyal Temperance legion will meet Thursday aftern...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 3 October 1894

6 THE SCBANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MOKNTNGr, OCTOBER 3, i OF THE CAMPAIGN Concluded from page I. Scran ton, and we cordially endorse the action of our county convention in placing hiin in nomination to succeed himself in the next congress. The people of Lacka wanna, we are sure, will rally arouud his candidacy tills year aa never before. Foutn We atop ai-ide from purely po litical discussion to pay our tribute of re spect and admiration to tbo sterling wortb, the unswerving honesty, the ju dicial acumen and marked ubility of the president of our court, the Hon. B. W. Arcbbald. Although in politics a Repub lican, in the administration of the law he bus never t-hown the least trace of parti sanship. He has filled bis great office in a way to rnorit the approbation of all of bis fel low citizens, and we call upon them in the interest of a vigorous and pure judiciary, regardless of party ties, to assist in re electing him to the bench he so conspicu ously honors and adorns. Fifth Our coun...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 3 October 1894

THE SCB ANTON TBICtTNE WEDNESDAY MORNING. : OCTOBER 3, 3894. GENERAL IEWS Of, NDUSTR1ES The list or trunk line new railways it rapidly growing on paper. Toe latest: William C Mayo, of Philadel- Shla, general solicitor of the Bine lountain railroad, which is to be built from Hafriabnrg to the Dataware BWer, at Portland, Pa., a ditstanee of 140 miles, makes lhe important state ment that a eorps of engineers will start at ShartlesTille. Berks county, aoon and locate a different line to Sla tiogton to connect with the Pongh keeptie road, which is to be sold to ths Vanderbilt system on Oct 18. This connection on the east with an exten alon of the Norfolk & Western and of Vanderbilt lines to the Western ter minus of the Bine Mountain railroad will complete, says Mr. Mam, a system of trunk lines which, for the inter change of freight and pasaeneera by the South and West and the North and East, has no eqnal in this country. Second Assistant Postmaster General Nelson is giving a great de...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Scranton tribune. — 3 October 1894

8 THE SCI? AUTON TRIBUNE "WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 3. 1894. ILLINERY OPENING ednesday OCTOBER 3 AND Thursda OCTOBER 4 In connection with our display of Au tumn Millinery, will make our annual dis play of oats AND Cap s You are cordially in vited to attend. GORMAN'S REEVE FREE OF CHARGE 412 Spruce St., Scranton. Dr. Rcovos is now fully estaMlshod at 412 Suruco stroot. Kcrantou. Ho has performed B"ino wonderful cures and 1ms Ruined tbe contideiico of tho public. Ho hnx come to STAY and will rcmaiu PERMANENTLY at bis fcpruco street parlors. Hh lias had long and varied experience in hospital amTprlvate practice and treats all acuto and chronic ilisoases of men, women and children Jl gives advice, ser vices a mm examinations No ono is turned awav. He. with his assistants, treat all diseases of the nervous system, diseases of the eye, ear, ihis and throat, dvsnend i. rheumatism, lost vitality, premature weakness or decay in uutn sexes leinale weaKuesses ana irregu larities, nervous dcli...

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