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THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST 25, 1S94.
Published daily in Scbantom, PA.a av TNf
TftlBUHS PUBLItHINQ COMPANY.
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REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.
DANIEL II. HASTINGS,
For Lieutauint Oi.irrnnr:
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Tor Auditor General:
Alloa II. MYLIS.
For Secretary of ltirnnt Affitin:
JA.VES V. LA.TTA,
01' i'llll.A JECI III V
GALUSHA A. OROW,
GEOliHK V. HUFF,
Election Time, Nov. 0.
It is a compliment to the vital
business energy of American people
that even flio Democratic organs lire
forced to concede their party's inability
to keep it down.
Major Warren's Candidacy.
The Republicans of northeastern
Pennsylvania are pleased to notice tho
consideration which tho Pennsylvania
leugue of Republican clubs is display
ing in its general and cordial indorse
ment of tho candidacy of Major Ever
ett Warren, of this city, now one of
the league's vice-presidents, for the
presidency in succession to Representa
tive John B. Robinson, of Media. The
first president of tho league came from
Philadelphia; and its second president
from a nearby county. In point, there
fore, of geographical location, Major
Warren comes from a portion of the
state which may now fairly aspire to
The league having been organized
for active and useful work, and lots of
it, is wise, additionally, in looking
with favor upon tho candidacy whicli
represents an honest purpose of inces
sant attention to the real duties of its
presidency. In 110 portion of the state
is there a greater demand upon the
varied resources of determined party
service than in the anthracite coal re
gions. Republican leadership here
means something. Republican vic
tories here signify real lighting. The
gentleman whom the young Republi
canism of this community has heartily
put forward as ita isaiididuto before thi
year's league convention represents in
that capacity the experience of past
labor with the fitness for present and
future party trusts.
Finally, as Kcrantonians will attest,
the favor which this candidacy lias re
ceived in more distant pjirts of the
commonwealth is au honest relies of
the intensified favor that it encounters
at tills, his home, The Republicans of
Lackawanna county have had abun
dant evidence that Major Warren is no
carpet knight in their warfare against
Democracy. They know him to be a
tighter to the last ditch, aggressive, in
defatigable and virile. They have had
knowledge of his ardor, loyalty and
wealth, and they are a uuit in believ
ing that throughout the state there is
no one better fitted to succeed, in direct
line of promotion, that stalwart of
militant league chieftains, "Fighting
The Tkiisune owes an apology to
the memory of the lato Daniel Man
ning for having, in an editorial yester
day, credited to him tho disclosure of
Mr. Cleveland's trepidation on the clay
following the publication of his famous
free trade message of 1S87. It was
Colonel Henry Wattersou himself, as
we have since learned, who rnado pub
lic this incident in the career of the
Democratic idol; and not Daniel Man
ning, than whom Mr. Cleveland never
had a moro loyal and capable friend
The camping season is drawing to a
close and the numerous pleasure seek
ers who have quitted comfortable abid
ing places and sought enjoyment in
haunts of mosquitoes and malaria on
the banks of soggy ponds during the
heated term are returning to town re
freshed by their season of roughing it.
It is surprising to note the amount
of hardships one can endure when in
search of pleasure. The dainty maid
en who would faint at the suggestion
of the lightest broom or scrubbing
brush ever manufactured, when upon
a camping excursion will handle the
heavy oars of an old scow with tho
ease of a veritable backwoodsman, and
the slender youth who at home would
never be seen wearing a collar less thau
tiiree inches in height appears in
russet shoes without the polish and in
neglige garments that make a meta
morphosis most complete.
In a rickety structure of hemlock
and hinges euphoniously designated
cottage it is a pleasure to recline upon
a bundlo of straw at nightfall and be
lulled to dreamy repose by the chest
tones of the bull frog, while your su
perfluous blood is being extracted by
humming insects for which New
Jersey is famous among the countries
of the earth.
Then there are the fish. What
greater pleasure can there be thau to
Bit three or four hours in the broiling
sunlight watching a cork whose disap
pearance indicates a "bite?" What
can equal the feeling of pride that ex
pands the chest of the amateur augler
as a four-inch perch or sun-fish dan
gles at the end of his line?
All of these features go to make
camp life interesting. Nearly all of
us have been there, and invariably ad
here with firmness to the opinion that
there is no pleasure that equals camp
ing. Even if the reality does occasion
ally fall short of the delightful outiug
stories that originate iu the brains of
writers of juvenile fiction.
Tun ruom.KM of how to maintain
adequate tire protection in small bor
oughs is often a dilllcult one. it costs
money to keep u lire department
equipped with modern apparatus;
often more money than a small com
munity feels that it can afford. Rut
would it cost more, year in aud year
out, than the destructiveness of fires
like that at Minooka yesterday morn
ing, whereby, in the space of a few
hours sufficient value is consumed to
pay for the maintenance of a first-rate
volunteer service for a number of
years? This is how the subject should
be approached. It is purely and solely
a business question. If fires are
cheaper than fire fighters, thou it
would be foolish to maintain the lat
ter; if not, it would be foolish not to
The Period of Reaction.
The manifest effort of tlie liquor in
terests and their sympathizers to mini
mize the moral significance of Mgr.
Satolli's ruling in the RishopWatterson
case will probably fail, iu view of the
fact that that ruling was, in its spirit
and purport, applauded by nine-tenths
of those who represent the moving and
saviug forces of the Catholic church in
America. It is not likely that the pa
pal delegate, invested as he is with
sovereign power in matters pertaining
to the ecclesiastical government of that
church in this country and sustained
iu his action by the active sympathy
aud support of progressive temperance
reformers among Catholics and Pro
testants alike, would take any step
backward from the position assumed
iu his indorsement of the Columbus
Apropos, we recall this portion of
tho statement adopted at St. Paul re
cently, with only one dissenting vote,
by the twenty fourth general conven
tion of the Catholic Total Abstinence
Union of America:
The Catholic Total Abstinence. Union of
America fooj in tho sirns of tho times
much evidonce that tho temperance- cnuso
will have iimny triumphs to record in tlio
early futurn. It sees in the recent action
of fiiehop Wntterson, which his been bo
nobly Biistained by Mgr. Sntolli, a Ion;,'
stop in tho riht direction. It believes
that this action will crystnluo tho inllu
enco of tho church against tho saloon, autl
will stamp this latter indelibly as tho ir
reclaimable enemy of the church. The
(Incision of the Papal delegate cannot fail
to Rive additional authority to the recom
mendation of tho councilor Enltimoro thnt
all Catholic ealoou keepers abandon, as
soon ns they can, tho clangorous trntHc,
and tmbarK in some becoming way of
making a living. Tho decision will Bervo
as a reuowal of the iuvltation which onr
holy father Leo. XIII. has already
addressed to ull the priests of tho
land to enter lto the work of temperance,
retorm. Tho scandal of a prepon
derating number of Catholics in tho saloon
business is a disgrace too long endured.
Whatever the cause of tho fact, a new day
is at hand. We urgo all Catho
lics to bamsh liimor from their homes and
from their social and political clubs. Let
Catholic banquets bo made remarkablo by
tho abnence of all alcoholic drinks; let sa
loon keepers bo cxcludod from member
ship in all societies of Catholics; give no
support to Catholic papers which allow
liouur dealers to advertise in their column.
Ou the other hand, let Catholics givo their
hearty support to all temperance papers
which are honestly devoted to the cause of
temperance. Let every faithful son of tho
holy mother church do his utmost to make
the namo of Catholic stand unmistakably
(or total aDstinence.
While this deliverance does not nec
essarily express the policy of the (.'nth
olio church in this country it has sig
nificance as an evidence showing the
trend of Catholic progress. It clearly
views in the ablegate's ruling an au
thoritative pronouncement morally
binding upon Catholics everywhere.
That this interpretation would be bit
terly disputed by those whose pecun
iary interests it jeopardizes is only
natural. Yet it would be well for these
same disputants to carefully reflect
before entering into a conllict which
if conducted along lines familiar to ad
vocates of liquor dealers' causes, would
sooner or later array against it, iu em
bittered battle, a clergy whose skill in
diplomacy, adroitness iu maneuver
and courage in secular as well as spir
itual matters are . not to be lightly
valued nor carelessly affronted.
The idea that Judge Lochren pos
sesses sufficient popularity among vet
erans of the Grand Army of the Re
public to successfully push through at
the Pittsburg national encampment
a resolution indorsing Hoke Smith is
said to have lately found lodgment in
President Cleveland's brain. Mr.
Cleveland is evidently bent on accu
mulating a large surplus of sad exper
ience at a very late age.
There is room for reflection in the
fact that themayorof New Orleans had
just been convicted of having, while a
member of the city council, demanded
aud received bribes. New Orleans is
the metropolis of the south. It partly
typifies, in politics us in social and
business activity, the progress of the
southern Bection of our country. A
dishonor to its chief magistrate is to
some extent a reflection upon the entire
geographical division. The fact that he
has been publicly convicted of corrup
tion in office, though it were single and
alone, would, therefore, possess great
and unpleasant significance.
But, unfortunately, it isnot an isol
ated circumstance. We look to the
north, and wo see the officials of the
continent's greatest city under charges
of malfeasance whicli daily fill many
columns in tho press; to the west, and
we see anarchistic sympathizers occu
pying gubernatorial chairs, mayors
under investigation by probing com
mittees and element of disorder so
common as to excite little remark; all
around, and the spectacle is uniform.
We must believe either that we have
entered upon au era of unusual de
bauchery iu public office or else that
the American people are cleaning
house, and while doing so, missing
more than ordinary dust.
The latter supposition is probably
the true one. The era of pu blic scrub
bing is upon.us. It has begun with our
polluted cities; but it will not eud
there. One does not need to be an
impractical enthusiast to foresee a time
when the political corruption that is
now accepted us a necessary evil by
persons who would recoil from simi
larly degraded conditions in the activi
ties of private business will be greatly
diminished, if utterly wiped out, iu re
spouse to the concerted and indignant
demand of the better forces m our
The point is well made by Dr. Daniel
R. Strong, in a communication printed
elsewhere on this page, that the woolen
manufacturer to whom Democracy is
cuddling up with its free-wool soiled,
ule whereby his profits are doubled at
one clip without any benefits to the
people is exactly the same fellow whom
Democratic orators from Maine to
Texas two years ago abused with un
measured vindication, calling him the
"Robber Manufacturer" and the
"Pampered Protected Baron." Then,
as Dr. Strong aptly says, he "was the
terrible wolf in sheep's clothing; now,
he is the pet lamb of the Democratic
What has come over the spirit of the
Star-eyed Goddess' dream? Whence
this sudden and abrupt reversal? Yet,
was it not ever thus?
Editor of Tub Tiuiicne:
Dkah nt: Your spirited remarks on the
Gorinuu-Hrice tariff bill have sucnestod to
m a thought or two. By what you say,
it secuw that the woolen manufacturers
nro well satisfied with tho free wool sched
ule of tho bastard tariff bill just enacted.
And why not J By it tlio price of tho raw
material is reduced to tho manufacturer
nearly ono-half, while the pries of the
woolen goods manufactured to the con
sumer remains virtually tho s:nne. This,
indeed, i freo trade logic. The famous
"friends of tho people" have at last shown
their full band. They have kept tho coun
try in a state of constant turmoil foryonn,
havo bromjlit us to the Verge of a civil w;ir,
have ruined thousands of families aud
iipread.want, initsery and starvation broad
cast throughout tho laud. Aud for what?
Simply lo reduce the duties of the much
alu,ed JIcKinley bill tho paltry sum of
15,0',0,0i!0 for tho benefit of the "poor
people," grossly oppiesed, they claimed,
by tho horrible Iti-ruuticnn policy of pro
tection; while at the very same timo and
with a stroke of the very same pen they
increased, ns they themselves are forced
to admit, the net profits of the augur trust
to the amount of over i4O,0Oii,000 to say
nothing of the millions tho whisky trust
Is coining daily out of the bonded liquor
dodge that they havo dovised to fool the
Furthermore, this woolen manufacturer
to whom they havo just given free-wool
at the exponso of the American farmer and
people, was styled by them provioti9 to
tho fate presidential elections the "rob
ber manufacturer." Then ha was the ter
rible wolf in sheep's clothing now he is
tho pet lamb of the household. Unfortu
nately, however, this gigantic farco ceases
to be funny, whon wo think that it has
co:;t the country a doad lois of about four
thsusand millions of dollars. "Thore's tlse
rub." And to gain what? Nothing for
tha people, who havo lost enormously by
tho operation, but millions tor the trusts,
whicli the Democrats had pledged them
selves to annihilate whilo the free trade
gang are at last eating at the public crib,
of which they hnd been deprived for over
a quarter of a century. These are the
only practical results visible of the im
mense political farce that has beon enacted
on the national political stage iu the past
two years. And tho DomocratJ had full
power "there was none to hinder thorn."
The trick 1ms beon certainly well played.
Never in the history of oar country were
tho peoplo more completely fooled by poli
ticians and demiigogues combined, greedy
of thepublio spoils. In a word, the nut
has bceu cracked, tho koruel eaten, but
the shncki havo been given to the people,
wliilo, on the other hand, tho old dragon
of the rebellion has had his Inst inhuman
reveugo upon northern industry and pros
poiity, that tho southern free trade wing
of Democracy might rejoice. Now, how
ever, the great free trade ghost dance is
about over, and t lie w hole hchemo is laid
threadbare, thank heaven I The people
fully understand it. They see it with
their own eyov, and will prove it at the
next elections by an overwhelming lte
publtcau majority. The lesson has beta
severe, but the peoplo havo profited by it.
Let us hope so, at leant, for their own
good. If not, I almost despair of my coun
try. Yours very truly.
Daniel B. Stiionu.
Stahhucca, Wayne county, l'a., Aug. 24.
ONE SCHEME THAT WILL FAIL.
The administration U evidently in a
state of nervous excitement regarding tho
attitude of the voters iu these districts.
The free coal clause in tho tnriff bill will
no doubt turn a large number of Demo
cratic voteB to the Republicans, unless
something is done to prevent it. It is not
at all Improbable that the sugar trust will
be called upon to reciprocate by furnish
ing the flnunces necessary to "save" such
congressional districts as the action of the
Gcnato has made doubtful, aud there is no
reason to doubt that the trust will re
spond liberally. But Nines, Iteilly and
Campbell will have a mighty large con
tract ou hand in their respective districts
this year. Tho people of the authracite
region are not in the temper to '"vindi
cate" the action of the present congress.
If Hinea and Iteilly expect any such vindi
cation they will be sadly disappointed ou
election day. As fur as Luzerne county is
concerned the people aro determined to
"vindicate" the administration by elect
ing John Leisenriug by the largest major
ity over given a congressional candidate,
and we have no doubt that the people of
Schuylkill and Lackawanna will take ki ra
dar action. If Hines contemplates a sugar
coated still-hunt this year, the chances are
that be will be still hunting for votes
when the polls close on Nov. t). The en
tire capital of the senate-coddled sugar
trust cannot save him this time.
THE LAZV MAN'S LAY.
I j' set here a-dreamin'
A-dreumin every day,
Of tho suushino that 's a-gleamin'
On the rivers fur away.
An' I kindor fall to wiahln'
I was where the waters swisli;
Fer if the Lord made fUhiu'.
Why a feller ought to fisu!
While I 'm studyin' or a-writin',
In the dmty, rusty town,
I km feel the fish n-bitin'
Bee the cork a-goiu' down I
An' the smiBtaine seems a-tanglin'
Of the shadows cool an' sweet;
With the honeysuckles danglin"
An' the lilies at my foet. .
So I nod an' fall to wiahln'
I was where the waters swish;
Fer it the Lord mnde tlshin',
Why feller orter fittti I
Frmh L. Stanton.
FOR DELEGATE ELECTIONS.
Apportionment of Rtpublloan Rprin
tation Among tho Various Dlstrictt.
Pursuant to a meeting of the Republi
can County committee Leld on July 141 b,
1804, the County Convention will be
held ou Tuesday, September 4th, 1894. at 10
o'clock a. in., iu the court house at Scran
ton, for tun purpose of phiciug iu nomina
tion candidates for tbe following named
dikes, to be voted for at the next general
election to be held November 6th, lb94:
Congress, Eleventh district; Judge, Forty
fifth Judicial district; sheriff, treasurer,
clerk of courts, prothonotary, district at
torney, recorder of deeds, register of wills,
and jury commissioner.
Vigilauce committees will hold delegate
elections on Saturday, September 1st, 1SIM,
between the hours of 4 aud 7 p. in, They
will nlso give at least two days public
notice of the time and place for holding
Each election district should elect at the
said delegate elections, two qualified per
sons to serve as vigilauce committee for one
year, and have their names certified to, on
the credentials of delegates to the County
The representation of delegates to the
County Convention is bused upon the vote
cast last fall for Fell, candidate for judge
of iiuprenie court, he being the highest
officer voted for at said Btato olection.
Under this rule the several election districts
are entitled to representation as follows,
Archbald borough- I 1st dlst 1
1st ward, 1st (list.. 1
1st wind, 'id dint., I
S.M ward 1
Sid ward 1
4th (list 1
ist waru l
1st ward 2 2d ward.
Kdwarcl Si' Hdward...
Suward 1 Runsom township...
Lx-iuuu luwiiNiup..., i ncrauiull ciiy
1st ward, 1st dfst..
1st ward, Sid dist.,
1st ward, SJd dist.,
SM ward, 1st dist..
Xd ward, Sid d,st...
2d ward, id dist...
SM ward. 4th dist..
2d ward, 6th (list..
Sid ward, 1st dist..
.((I ward. 2d dist...
4th ward, 1st dist..
4 1 li ward, Sid dist..
4th ward, 3d (list..
Mil ward, lstdist..
6th ward, 2d dist..
6th ward, 8d (list..
5th ward, 4th (list.,
fitli ward, lstdist.,
Oth ward, 2d dlst..
Tth ward, lstdist..
7th wurd, 2d dlst..
Tth ward, Sid dlst..
Htli wurd, 1st dist..
htli wind. '.(1 dist..
Hth wurd, lstdist..
lull ward, 2d dist..
11th ward, k-tdlst.
11th waul, 21 dist.
Htli ward, Sid disc,
liitll ward, 1st (list
12th ward, 2 I dist.
lilth ward, 1st (list
lilthward. 2d dist.
lilth ward, Sid dist.
14th ward, 1st dist
lull ward, 2d dist.
lath wurd, 1st dlst
lath ward, 2d dist.
loth wurd. 1st dist
llith ward, 2d dist.
lith ward, 1st dist
lTth ward, 2d (list.
llith ward, 1st dist
lilth ward, 2d (list,
l'.'th ward, Std (list.
lnth ward, 4th dist
S.Mth ward, 1st (list
2nth ward, 2d (list.
Silth ward, ad dist.
21st ward, Ist dist.
No. 11 dist
1st ward, 1st (list.,
1st ward, SJd (list.,
t'd wind. 1st dlst..
Ul ward, 2adii,t...
s.'d ward, 8d dist..,
SJd ward, 1st (list..
Ski ward, Sid dlst...
8'1 ward. Btl (list...
4th ward, 1st dist..
4tli ward, Sid dist..
4tll ward, Sid dist..
5th ward, Istdist.,
ftth ward, Sia dist..
Ilth ward, lstdist..
Oth ward, !W dist..
Diekw n City bjro
l.t wurd Si
lid ward li
1st ward, 1st (list..
Ist ward, Sid dist..
id wunl, 1st dist..
ward, 2d dist. ..
S)il want, 1st dist..
Sid ward, Sid dist...
Slil wind. Sid dist. ..
lit li ward, lstdist..
Mil ward, Sid dist..
1st ward , S!
Sid ward 'i,
Sid ward 1
Liickawauiia towns'p I
North dist 2
Snath rtit 1
West (list i!
2 21st ward, 2d dlst .
3 S. Ablngtou towns'p
1 Spring Urook t'wu'p
1 Si ott township
1 Wuvcriy borough., ,
I Whiten borough
II 2d dist
N. AJdiigt'u towns'p
D. W. POWELL.
'There is but one
way in the world to be sure
of having the best paint, and that
is to use only a well-established
brand of strictly pure white lead,
pure linseed oil, and pure colors.
The following brands are stand
ard, "Old Dutch" process, and are
" Jewett," " Davis-Chambers,'
Fahnestock," . " Armstrong & McKelvy."
If you want colored paint, tint
any of the above strictly pure leacb
with National Lead Co.'s Pure
White Lead Tinting Colors.
These colors are sold in one-pound can9, each
can being sufficient to tint 25 pounds of Strictly
Pure While Lead the desired shade ; they are in
no sense ready-niixed paints, but a combination
of perfectly pure colors In the haudicst form to
tint Strictly Pure White Lead.
Send us a postal card and get our book on
paints and color-card. free.
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Parlor Lamps is complete.
Haviland OMra rarl.t,n4 .-,1
loan China, Dinnor and Tea Sets in
many styles; also a number of open
Stock nattl-rnn frrnn w1,lh nn ..
select wbat piece yoa want
422 Lacka. Avenue,
For many years this Piano las stood in the front ranks. It lias beon admired so much for its
pure, rich tone, that it has become a standard for tone quality, until it is considered the highest com
pliment that can bo paid any Tiano to say "It resembles the WEBER."
Ye now have the full control of this Tiano for this Bection as well as many other flno Pianos
which we are selling at greatly reduced prices and on ea3y monthly payments. Don't buy until you seo
our goods and get our prices
GUERNSEY BROTHERS' NEW STORE,
GREAT CLEARANCE SALE OF
Ladies' Wash Wrappers
Wrappers: Of fine quality Gingham; Wrappers made
with wide skirts, very large sleeves, fancy, shape cape, trimmed
with feather-stitched braid, embroidery or chambray.
Wrappers: Of Percale, in a variety of very pretty
patterns, ruffles trimmed with either embroidery or feather
stitched braid; very large sleeves. These include Indigo Blue
and Black, suitable for mourning wear.
Wrappers: Of very fine Dimity, trimmed elabor
ately with lace, and of White Organdie, also trimmed with lace.
These goods are worth from $1.98 to $2.50.
Closing Out Price All at
Opening of New Fall Dress Goods
SATURDAY, AUG. 26
When we will display all of the latest European and American
With the New Valves
Out of Sight
Our new Bicycles are now
to be seen at our 314 Lacka
wanna avenue store.
And a full line of Boys' and
Girls' Wheels. We are mak
ing extremely low prices
314 Lacka. Ave.
A Fall Assortment
Letter Copying Books
A BOO-pago 10x12 Book, bound
fn cloth, sheep back and corners,
guaranteed to give satisfaction,
Stationers and Engravsra,
317 Lackawanna Ave.
Dr. Hill & Son
Wt teeth, 8.80; bent sot, IS; for (told cups
nd teeth without pUton, callorl crown nd
Bridge work, call for prioea and referenooe.
TONALOIA, (or ettractlug teeth without
(ela. Mo ether. Nogaa.
OVER FIRST KATIOKAt, BANK.
Y. M. C A. BUILDING
227 Lacka. Aye.
I evans & powell, miKmmS$mk I
5 PROPRIETORS. Wikr,r s
AND WILL SOON BE
I fit Greatly Reduced Prices
THE REMAINDER 0
OF OUB STOCK OP i
i ALASKA 1
I REFRIGERATORS. t
$ Cream Freezers,
OIL AND GAS STOVES O
$ Footed Shear Co.,
613 LACKA. AVE.
"Jenny Lind" Cantelonpes.
Green Com anil Tomatoes,
Lima Beans, Egg Plant, etc,
and Get the
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Manufacturer! and Dealer In',
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Linseed Oil, Napthas and Gaso
lines of U grades. Axle Greaaa,
Pinion Grease and Colliery Com.
pound j also, a larje Hue o Paiw
rafflne Wax Candles.
We n1o candle the Famous CR0W1
ACME OIL, the only family safety
burning oil in the market
WILLIAM MASON, Manajsr.
Office: Coal Exchange, Wyoming At
Vorku at Fine liruult.
DOCTOR JOHN HAMLIN
Veterinary Surgeon and
Prompt attention to calla for treatment of
all domestic animals.
Vetorinnry Modi cinos carefully compounds!
and for sttle at ruasonablo prices.
Office nt tho Elu Carriage Works, 121
DIX COl'IiT, Scrautou. wuero I direct alio
Grmlnnto of the Amorican Veterinary Col
loge and tlio Columbian School of Compara
Yes, sir! Wa
havo a special
ist here to lib
you who does
Sit right down
TJ T and have your
I I eyes fitted ia
a scientiGo manner.
423 LACKAWANNA AVE.
Inserted in THE TRIBUNE at th
late of ONE CENT A WORD.