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THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MOUNIJU. aJsrTJSMBJSB 23, 1894. PUBLISHED DAILY IN SCRAMTOMi f.i THi tHTinis r tm mromi t mmuti I0OH-CUH HTT. "Printers' lot," the recognized Journal tor atWertUere, rates the SCBAMTOJf 1 KI11UNK aa the bent advertising medium In JlortheMtern Fuuniylvanla. "a'rinters' Ink" know. UNION ECR ANTON. SEPTEMBER, 25. J804. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Governor: DANIEL H. HASTlS'Qa, or CtNTkli. For Lieutenant Gorrrnar: , WALTER LYON, or ALUCUHKNT. Fer Auditor General: AMOS H. MYLIN, Or LANCA8TKU. For Secretary ofltcmal A faint JAMES W. LATTA, or PlIII.AUKLl'lllA. For Confiresimen-at-Large: UALUSHA A. OROW, OF SUaytJkHANNA. OEOKOE F. HUFF", Or WK8TMOKELAM& Election Time, Nov. & REPUBLICAN COUNT? TICKET. For Coixarew: JOSEPH A. BCBANTON. For Law Jmlv: UOBEHT W. ARCIIBALD. tor theriff: I HANK H. CLGM0N3. For Coun'tf Tieamrer: THOMAS D. DAVIE3. For Clerk of the Vomit; JOHN H. THOMAS. For Prothtmotary: CLAKENCE E. PRYOft. For Diilrlct A Women: JOHN K. JONES. For Recorder: CHARLE8 Hl'ESTER. For Riaithr nf W'il'i: WILLIAM S. HOPKINS. For Jury Commimirnier; T. J. MATTHEWS. Klcctlon Time, Nor. 0. It would be inteivHting to know what Councilman Battle expects to ac complish in introducing au ordinance to tax theatrical companies $50 each performance. Doesn't he know this would rule out every Democratic coun ty and district convention? Today's Convention. While Republicans generally will regret that Lieutenant Governor Watres does not see his way clear to an acceptance of a nomination which has been earnestly pressed upon him, they need not fear that the Twentieth dis trict senatorial convention today will experience difficulty iu selecting a proper and promising candidate, Whether the convention shall choose " $lr. Vaughan or another, the choice will be made after due deliberation; and, when made, it will receive loyal, united and victory-winning support, This Is a Republican year. It is a Republican year on all issues, local as well as 8 ate, and state as well as na tional. The candidate to be named to day will, if elected, participate in the joint session which in 1897 will be called upon to choose a successor to United States Senator J. Donald Cam' eron. Therefore he must be elected, The state will need him no less than the district. The interests of the en tire nation are, to this degree, involved In his candidacy. But entirely apart from that, it is an utter and intolerable anomaly that the strongest and most important indus trial district in Pennsylvania should be represented in the state senate by a Democrat, by a Democrat who is not only ready to vote with his party on state issues, but who lends his influ ence, time and resources to the candl dacy of a free trade Democratic presi dent, and to the Democratic organ I za. tion which hopes to capture this con gresslonal district iu order to continue the Democratic war on American in dustry. Even Luzerne does better than that; and iu electing Senator Clarence Kline, a Republican, sets her offspring county a splendid material example. THE abominable pavement on Spruce street, between Wyoming and Franklin avenues, is mado even more , abominable than ordinarily by the graceful manner in which a steam heating corporation has torn it ail up, It is a fortunate thing that the streets orbcranton are traversed by few visit ors these days, and the firemen are re quested to be lenient. Metropolitan Nonsense. A sample of the nonsense that occa fcionally gets into the editorial pages of OuppoBedly great newspapers may be cited in the following excerpt from the Brooklyn Btandard-Unlon, Murat Halstcad's paper: "Anthracite coal should be cheapened so as to exclude soft coal, no matter whether It is free or taxed. The abundance of anthra cite and the Improvement of mining machinery and the cheapness of trans portation should bring anthracite to a very low figure." Of the three reasons given, by the sapient Brooklyn editor for cheaper anthracite only one Is founded on fact, Anthracite is not abundant and trans portation is not cheap. A very few years will witness the entire extinction of the supply of available anthracite while the freight tolls on this disap pearing fuel are far higher than they are for competitive bituminous coal Mining machinery, it is true, has un dergone great and rapid Improvement, but it has had to improve, to keep pace with Increased difficulty of deep mjn ing. Those who in the early years skimmed the cream off the anthra cite trade did not pay much heed to the future. They believed in letting the future take care of Itself. Had present mining methods prevailed a score of years ago, hard coal might have been cheaper and yet return a fair profit to miner and operator. As it is, the economies of improved ma chinery have not much more than compensated for the growing danger aud cost of anthracite mining; and the notion that a dimlninhing resource coupled with a growing difficulty of production ought to unite to make the retail price of coal cheaper violates lore principles of common Sonne than even the Brooklyn btauuura-union can afford to ignore. It was a newspaper our excellent neighbor, the Truth which first sug- gested a fireproof buildiug for the high school; and it is to the local newspa pers, combined, that the success of this suggestion is largely due. When rightly directed there is nothing so powerful as the "power of the press." Mr. Hatton's Call. The call of II. C. Hattou for a Re publican legislative convention to be held iu Providence Thursday is a piece of presumption which loyal Republi- ana will do well to squelch. Having participated In the convention of lat May and been fairly beaten.the Repub licans who are behind this second call if, indeed, there be any behind it other than Mr. llatton are left with out an excuse for the present effort to fulminate dissension within the party ranks. This is not a case of Mr. Farr, indi vidually, against any of the gentlemen who, in the past, may have competed with him for party honors; it is a case of the party organization against that which, if sanctioned by a considerable number of Republican voters, would throw Republican prospects to the winds. Before convention it was proper for Republicans to strive with all spirit for honors at the party's be stowal; after it the duty of fairly de feated candidates and their friends is loyalty to the majority's choice. The success of Republican princi ples at this juncture In Democratic mul-administrution is infinitely more importaut than the venting of personal or factional resentments. It becomes Republicans everywhere to accept tills cardinal rule of party success. Those who try to obstruct the success of Republican principles by the inter' position of pretty technicalities or fac tioual rancor will hear from the people in no uncertain tone. Colonel J. M.' Ouffey, one of the leading Democrats of Pittsburg, has some ideas which might well be para phrased so as to apply to the Democ racy of Lackawanna county. He says "Our state ticket lias no prospects, No man in the world could win .with such an organization as we have in Philadelphia. After a while the party will get back into the hands of gentle' men and Democrats. There are pleuty of good, honest Democrats all over the state. They will get charge of the party organization and will conduct it for the success of the party and not for personal gain. These fellows will run their course; they have run it now, You can hear the death rattle in their throats; it is all over with them. We believe and we hope that the campaign of 1894 will be the last oue with which these tricksters and ringsters will be identified." Those plentiful "good honest Democrats ail over this state are Republicans this year. That Board of Trade Affair. The minutes of the Sera n ton board of trade meeting at which it was de cided to give to a Delaware firm the soliciting of advertisements for the board's next annual report do not say that the printing shall bo done.iu Wii mington. The sense of the board was that it should be done in Scranton. The chairman of that committee, Mr. Ru fus J. Foster, has said that at one time he could not get satisfactory printing done in this city, but since tjint time he admits that Scranton rresswork has improved. The committee has not propared its specifications; when these shall have been completed, Scranton firms will be asked to bid upon the work, the successful bidde looking to the Wilmington firm for his pay. It might be asked if there are no ea pablo advertising solicitors nearer than Wilmington, Del , but we are not dis posed to enter into a discussion on thi point. Congressman Boutelle, whom Speaker Crisp "gagged" during the Hawaiian debate, has had a pretty large revenge. When he learned how Maine went ho telegraphed to Crisp Dear Mr. Speaker; On the appeal from tout rnliniH my privilege of the floor the house has been recognized by plural ity of 10,400 votes of my congresaloual dig. trlct, exceeding br over 1,100 thouLvre gate of nil the voles returned as cast for aud against you for the Fifty-second con grass, and nearly double tlie Aggregate of all tbe votes returned for you for the For- ty-eigutn ana fiftieth congresses com bined. i There Is a point to this which the whole south should take into serious consideration. A cargo of Nova Bcotia coal has been sent to the Pepperell mills at Blddeford, Maine. Referring to the fact a local paper says: "The coal free on board costs at Nova Scotia 85 cents while Pennsylvania coal costs J2.25. The freight on the later is 75 cents per ton and on the Novia Scotia coal $ 1.00 per ton. Add 40 cents duty and the Novia Scotia coal costs $2.25 and the Pennsylvania coal $3.00." And yet there are Democrats who think they can carry Pennsylvania on the free coal issue. . ?- ' V Editor Saward must have forgot ten to blue pencil .this portion of his Philadelphia correspondence: "There is some talk of the Dominion Coal com pany of Nova Scotia being able to put their coal into this market for harbor trade, In competition with the home product. So far no orders have been placed, but they may be in the near future. This would be 'hauling coals to Newcastle' with a vengeance." It would also be a pleasant reflection to those Pennsylvania Democrats who have contended that free coal would not affect the anthracite trade. Chairman Smoclter, of the Lu zerne county Democratic committee, advises Democratio electors to "read, re-rcad and discuss the income tax law, and be satisfied that it is a most ust one and full of promise of immedi ate relief to those having incomes of less that $4,000 a year." Still, we do not believe that the Democrats of the mother county are robbers or theivea utent, who want to deadhead their May through the world at the expense of those having incomes of more than 1,0(K) a year. This argument of the socialistic free booters deserves to be resented at the polls. The tribute of Charles A. Dana to Levi P. Morton, Republican candidate for governor of New York, la note worthy. "He is," says the Sun, "a Republican who lias been elected vice- president of the United States, whose fortunate position in his party it has been to confer benefits rather than to solicit them, and whose personal inde pendence aud recognized character put limoutof reach of any boss' power." Both Flower aud Sheehan admit Mor ton's strength. He will be elected by au emphatic majority. The duty of a news association Is to gather aud distribute accurate news. This the United Press does. It docs not manufacture and distribute fakes" and then crow about it as if lying were something smart. The Sunday journal which, by a typographical error, supported John II. Thomas for clerk of the courts need not be ashamed of it. The error showed better discernment than the correction. Si'KUCE street's microbe-infested, obsolescent and putrid wooden block pavement is a horrible example, just now emphasized, of what a city pave' ment should not be. 1'OLITICAL NOTES. Here is a hank of truth from tbe Phila delphia Record, the publication of which is made possible during the proprietor's lit of anger; otherwise, it probnbly would not have appeared: "Although Mr. Mo- Aleer, Instead of giving auy encourage ment to au independent Democratic move ment, says that he will 'turn in and work for the regular nominee' and do bis best to elect him, yet at least thro of the more prominent leaders of tbe 'Pennsylvania Democracy' predict that some indopena eut nominations they do not know how manv will be made lu wards of the Third congressional district. Just now they are not inclined to oe quoted on tue suojsct. but they sny a few days more will prob ably bring dellnite developments. They add that, notwithstanding Mr. McAleor's refusal to consider the question of bis running on nomination pa pen and his ex pressed purpose to support the regular nominee for his seat and to do all he ran as a member of the congrosional cam' paiga committee to elect Democrats to congress, they are in favor of nominating not only a iinra district candidate tor congress, but also tickets against sen a tonal nomiuee Kinsiay ana lor state rep resentatives in most of the districts, in cluding the Seventeenth, where they would sunport itepresomative John U, Few." Unless the income tax disappoints all ex pectations, positious on the revenue col lector's HtatI will hereafter be in anient demand among party strikers who would not scruple to turn a penny or two in their owu behalf. It must, of course, be as sumed that the type of official who, for a consideration, would rate a man of large income conveniently low will not be en couruged by tlio appointing powers iu his designs or rapid seil-enncbment; Dut until politics undergoes a signal transformation It is eauaiiy certain mat tnese men or easy virtue will be altogether too numerous for the moral welfare of tne community. Men whose memories co back to war times will readily recall the crookedness which char acterized tue collection or tne income tax then: and the power of the nimble dollar. when carefully exercised upon susceptible ofucialH. has certainly not altogether ill ameared since. Look out for a crush in the captain's office when revnnue plums are again spread uorore tuo elect. Chairman Smoulter.of the Luzerne Dem ocratic committee.concluden a long' addret to voters" with these signillcaut words "Your county has a Democratio majority of about 1,500, but last year this majority was wiped out because of the indifference and iuaotion of the party workers. In order tbat this may not occur this year we call upon you to get out the vote; rally for a grand victory in tbe state aud comity ticket and thus you will strengthen you party in your own disirict, Blld THE AD MINISTRATION WILL BB ENC0UHA0KI) IN ITS EFFORTS OF RKFOHM ALL ALONO TUE LINKS Remember tbe Democracy of Luzerne bus never been beaten twice in succession." This Is dropping the mask with a Yea gettuce. Luzerne voters who want free coal aud continued tariff smashing with panic nccompni omenta should by all means vote to "encourage the aumiulitra tlon." Lieutenant Governor Watres, having passed the larger portion or twelve year in llarrisbnrg, in political activities, has about concluded that he owes It to him self to pass a year or two at borne, gather ing up the threads of his private business enterprises. The Republican nomination for state senator, wnicn ne nas neon besougnt to take, is an attractive one to a man who possesses his demonstrated popularity with tbe people or tbe Twentieth district nut it was yesterday regarded as doubt fill if. lu view of business calls, he would yield assent to the third candidacy. Under these circumstances comment nas already 11 nd upon Attorney dames J. vaugnan the man likeliest to combine the qualiflca tions needed by the Republican nominee, His clean party record and rare popularity were spoken of with much favor, and It is altogether probable that be will be tbe unanimous choice of today's convention. Democrats are circulating tbe rumor that the Tengarten faction out In Wash' ington county will bolt Acheson and aid Congressman Hlpe. The trouble dates back to Acbcson's last campaign, when he suspected tbat the Teagarten faction was not working as hard lor him as he thooght tbev should, xeagartea was then post master of Wayneeburg, and it is said that on the advice or Aoheson, President liar rison removed him. It will take some strong bolting, .however, to do Acheson any harm. He has 4,000 plurality la light as sure as tnere is a sny aoove. m The Republicans of Wayne comity are fortunate in the selection of such a tin nz ticket as was named by it several days ago. Witn kelson t. unoerwnod, or frestou, as tbe running mate nf W. N.Curtis, of Hontn 'uanaan, tor state representative, and Francis V. Carr, of Waymart. for as sociated judge, and William J. Dy berry for jury! commissioner, the ticket Is not ably! well rounded ottt. Representative Curtis baa earned tne nonor or a re -nomination, and will readily seoure a re-elee- tlQfl. Campaign assessments, in Bcbnylkill county tbis year are, it is said, as follows: Congress, IttOO. sheriff, Iftnoj poor director, 1150: jury commissioner, 175: state senator. Thirtieth district. 2S0; one candidate for legislature in the First and Second dis tricts, 1100 each; one for legislature in the Third district, W0; three for legislature in tUe Fourth, 150 each. Total, fi, 70S. These assessment are for the necessary ex dense of organization canvassing the fmintv. hiring poll worker and brinsln Lut the vote. For a county as full of small politic a Is Schuylkill, the figure given cau scarcely be deemed excessive. It it bard county to orgauize, under tne nesc oi circumstances. One week from tonight occur the grand ratifloatioD mnsa meeting of Lackawanna county Republicans la tbe Frotbinguam theater. Grow, Hartranft and Orlady form a trio of orators seldom if ever snr- pa&sed. Tbe reception in the Central re publican club rooms, after the speech mak ing, win be another feature, uvery re publican is invited, and as many Demo crats as are ashamed of the mess that their party lenders have made of things daring this administration. . Some of tbe most hopeful Republicans of Berks are confidently venturing the pre diction that there will be a slump in the Democratic vote in Berks county that will be more than an ordinary surprise to the lenders of that party. The average Demo cratic farmer is willing to acknowledge that tbe times have never been worse, as far as his own products and their market ing is concerned, and many will not vote. The Be publicans are thoroughly organized and enthusiastic a On the evening of Oct. fi an immense mass meeting of Carbondale Republicans will be held.at which Hon. ualusua A.,uro w nd A. J. Colborn, esq.., will be the prin cipal speakers. They will be accompanied DV tbe Kennb can countT canaiaates. Mozart band will supply the music. A large delegation of Scrautonians will at tend and the meeting is expected to be a rousing success. PLEASANTLY DEMORALIZED. Philadelphia Prttt. The Democratio end of politics in Lu zerne conntv annears to Da in a nign ana altogether gratifying state of demoraliza tion. Congressman Hints is having diffi culty enough to explain some of bis con duct with regard to appointments, but tbat ia nothing compared with them-sB he Is In respecting his acrobatic performances on the tariff question. He was one of the uemocrats wbo spoke against tne wnaon bill when it was under consideration in the house, and then showed that his own argument was so weak that it had not convinced even himself, for ho cast his vote ror the measure when It passed. Tbe Lin. rerue district cannot afford a representa tive who votes that wav ou a matter of so much concern to its people. Apart from that Air. lliues is not tne sort of a man a great and intelligent congressional district can want tor a representative. He it a peculiarly grotesque misfit. THE AMERICAN SENATE. Vhrit'.ian Adocate. There is reason to believe that the bulk of the tenate today, in point of brairt ana acquirements, compares well wltu nine-tenths of it in the best days of the uepumic. Many in attempting to com pare tbe senate of today with former OHjs, paying no attention to dates, will frequently give a list of men not more tbau a third of whom were in the senate together, tbe effect of which Is to com pare the senate of today with tbe picked men or a number or senates, a course often pursued with regftrd to the judges and clergymen of the past. Verbatim re porting, with prompt publication such as now exists, would have destroyed tne rep utation of many of the traditional orators upon the stump, in the senate, and espec ially in the house of representatives of the earner times. LOVE ONE ANOTHER. Rochester Pott- Expreu. In 1887 Morton and Uiscock defeated Senator Warner Miller in his canvass for re-election. In 18S8 Warner Miller made the speech in the Chicago convention nom inating Morton for vice-president. Ou Tuesday he presided over tbe convention that nomiuated Morton for governor. Mr. Miller has always shown an amiable spirit and a forgiving aud generous disposition in politics. THE SCHOOL FOB YOU To Patronize The one that WILli DO THE MOST to ward making THE BOY strong, hon est, practi'Rl,cnuscl-cntious.S"lf-itiinort-ing, manly MAN.aud THE GIRL, pure, unselfish, lieln- tul, accomplished, s jlf -rolia it, woman- till, accompl ly WOMAN Scranton has such a school. It Is the Scranton Business College A pcstal card request will bring a Journa telling atout the institution. Visitors will be welcomed at any timel BUCK, WHITMORE & CO. PROPRIETORS. COR. ADAMS AND LI X DEN. Jtwti rseelTsd clot nw line of SILE SHADES In oholoa oolori and styles. Our itoak of Banquat, Plino tnu Parlor Lamps U complete. HiTiland Chios, Carlsbad and Amr loan China, Dinner and Tea Bats in nianyitrlet; alio a number of pn lock patterns from whioh you can aeltet what piece yon want. COURSEN, CLEMONS . & CO. 422 Lacka. Avenue. BUY THE For many years this Piano p4 j w ft S pore, rich tone, that it has become a standard for tone quality, until it is considered the highest com pliment that can be paid any Piano to say "It resembles the WEBEFJ." We now have the full control of this Piano for this Bectioa as well as many other flue Pianos which we are selling at greatly reduced priooa and on easy monthly ear goods and get our prices GUERNSEY BROTHERS' NEW STORE, GOLDSMITH'S Our Dilemma in CLOAK DEPT. . HERE'S ladies' Fall Jackets, were $7.98 Ladies' Fall Jackets, were $9.98 Ladies' Fall Jackets, were $14.98 Ladies' Winter Jackets, were $5.98 . Ladies' Winter Jackets, were $7.98 . Ladies' Winter Jackets, were $9. 98 . Ladies' Winter Jackets, were $19.98 These are positively garments from 1893 and not from 1892becausa it is against our business methods ever to carry over any garments more than one year. Seeing is believing, therefore an inspection is invited. Come early, as the quantity i3 not large. Goldsmith Brothers & Company. CLEARING SALE OF BICYCLES. A Child's Bicycl8,Rubher Tire, new A Child's Ilicycle, Rnbuer Tire, now 10 A Boy's Bicycle, Rubber Tire, new 13 A Boy's Bicycle, Rubber Tire, new 18 4 Boys' or Girls' Bicycle Cnsbion Tire, new (10 down to 28 1 Youth's Bicycle, Pneumatic Tire.new.. 35 t Viotor B Bicycles, Pneumatic Tire.sec- ond hand 70 1 Victor B Bicyclo, Pneumatic Tire, raw 80 I Secure Bicycle, Pneumatic Tire, second-hand 50 1 Lorel Diamond Bicycle, Solid Tire, second-hand 10 1 Ladles' Bicycle, Solid Tire, second- band SB 2 Victor A Bicycles, Solid Tire, second hand IB 1 Viotor C Bicycle, lHj In. cushion Tire, second-hand 33 1 Victor B Bioycle, 11 in. Cushion Tire, second-hand 40 1 Columbian "91 Bicyelo.PnenniatlcTire, 05 1 Chainlets Bicycle, Pneumatic Tire, nearly new 100 Co mo Early for Bargains. L iwn Tennis Racquets at a discount of one-third for two weeks. J. D. WILLIAMS & BRO. 314 LACKA. AVENGE. IOOKS A Fall Assortment Letter Copying Books OUR SPECIAL: A 500-paga 10x12 Book, bound in cloth, sheep back 'aud corners, guaranteed to give satisfaction, Only 90c. FINE STATIONERY AND ENGRAVINa Reynolds Bros. Stationers and Engravers, 317 Lackawanna Ave. Dr. Hill & Son Albany Dentists et teeth, 8.nj bast set, IS; for iroU wpj and teeth without plat, ealleil crown and bridge work, eail for prion ana referent. TONALOIA, for eitraatluf IMtt wlUeut pain. Ma than No gas. OTEB FIBST KATJOKAZt BANS. has stood in the front ranks. It t WEBER 224 V. M. C. A, OU1UDIIMO4 $ QUR TROUBLE this week is to find a place for the avalanche of new goods piled in upon us. Our place isn't as big as aTI out-doors and it is so full of stuff now that "standing room only" would be a proper sign. The only thing that we can do is to put such price on LAST SEASON'S GARMENTS that every househsld in this city will be glad to receive them as permanent guests. You have more room tTian we. THE GARMENTS THE PRICES A Great Cut on TABLES -AT HULL & CO. S THIS WEEK. A Solid Oak Table, with, top 10 incnes square, . , . 50c 2i inches square, . . . If you would have the LARGEST amount of heat from tha LEAST amount of fuel, you must have a HOWARD FURNACE FOOTE & SHEAR CO, Cauliflower, Pickling Onions, Horse Radish Roo Green Ginger Root, Rickllng Cucumbers Mangoes, Hot Rappers Qarllo Dill Aud everything used in manufacture of Fickles. PIERCE'S MARKET, PENN AVENUE. and Get the Best has been admired so muoh for ita pavmonta. Don't buy until you sea ' ... WYOMING A7ENUE, . 1 liiii BAZAAR Now $3.9b Now $4.98 Now $6.98 Now $2.98 Now $3.98 Now $4.98 ITow $6.98 BICYCLE BARGAINS . f 1(1 I.IK KUO ItlVU LU Vl U... A.J.UUUM V.C UilCI I.UO TOI , best bargains ever shown in this city, None but fir st oma yvneeiain stock. Lau ana examine, open even illKB. COLUMBIA BICYCLE AGENCT VifffSS" jrr - - -. X 1 tv3 3 U Atlantic Refining Uanafaottirara and Dealers la: lllaminatiag and Lubricating Linseed Oil. Napthai and Gmo line of all grades. Arfe Orta, Pinion Grease and Colliery Com pound; alao, a large line ot Pa raffine Wax Candles. We also handle the Famous CROWN ar.ME OIL. the onlv family safety burning oil in the market WILLIAM MASON, Manager. Offloa: Coal Kxchann. Wyoming At Works at VUm Brook. DOCTOR JOHN HAMLIN Veterinary Surgeon and Veterinary Dentist. TELEPHONE tSI. Prompt attention to oalls for treatment of all domeatlc animals. Vstarlnaryltmlleinea carefully compounded and (or sale at reasonable prloaa. Office at the Blunie Carriage Works., l!l D1X COURT, Scrauton. where! direct shoe ing afternoons. Graduate of the American Veterinary CoV rf and the Columbian School ot Compara tive Medicine, Well, Sir! "Spectacles!" Yes, sir! We have a special ist here to AO you who does nothing else. Bitxight doff a t If If T and have your 1 1 1 - 1 eyes fitted io a scientific manner. LLOYD, JEWELER 423 LACKAWANNA AVE. tnmrted In THE TRIBUNE at ttm rate of ONE CENT A WORD. o m ADS.