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TIIE SCBANTON TRIBTOE-WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 25, 18!)4.
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fCKANTOX. JULY 23,
KtPUBUCAN STATE TICKET.
DANIEL II. HASTIX03,
r ( K.weu.
J or Lieutenant (h-rrrnor;
WALT Kit LYON,
lor Auditor (Ittirrnl:
AMOS 11. MYLIN,
lor Secretary vf Ilvrmil Affair!
J.UUCS V. LATTA,
UALUsSIIA , OROW.
Election Time, Nov. 0.
That "town war Scrautou" will
need to bo good, to deserve the high
honor of its propinquity.
The Poor Pay of Teachers.
The salaries paid to tho public school
teachers in this city compare favorably
with those paid for similar work iu
corresponding cities iu tho state. Sev
eral months ago, in demonstration of
this assertion, wo punted comparative
wlutiaties, which are, unluckily, not
accessible at this iustant; but it will
not, we fancy, need a prolonged pres
entation of figures to secure general
acceptance of our proposition. o
that, when criticism is made upon the
paucity of the pay doled out to those
earnest and able men and women who
comprise the vast majority of the in
structors of our youth, it will be under
stood that there is no intention to re
flect upon the present members of tho
local board of control, but rather upon
the broad system which seems to re
gard as of minor worth the work done
ju the public school rooms.
A prominent Scrautouiau, engaged
in a certain branch of commerce, re
cently remarked within our heariug
that lie had, upon that day, "cleared
$5,000." The element of chance or
luck may bo argued iu this man's be
half; but it would still remain the fact
that with scarcely more than average
attainments and with certainly not
more than the average school teacher's
faithfulness to duty, this gentlemau
had, as a consequence of one day's
trading, prolited more largely thau
five average male touchers of equal
ability would, together, protit from a
whole year's exacting mental work in
the school room Even in the cusu of
the salaried men in the other learned
professions it remains true that the
average wage is much higher than in
tho case of the pedagogue. The men
who earn $2,000 and 3,000 and even
1,000 per year in our city as architects,
tngincrs, clergymen, physicians, at
torneys, dentists, etc., are uiucti mure
numerous than are the teachers who
receive $!,0UO anil $1,500 a year; and
tiicy do not work harder nor do more
nor better work than is done by the
We were amused not long ago when
an employer of teachers in this city
told us that out of hundreds of appli
cations received by him for positions
in the faculty of a private school, not
one had presumed to ask more than
$1,000 a year fur his services; while the
great majority had asked decidedly
less. . This ;rentltnmn seemed to regard
it nsa particularly notable feature of
his own experience that he had once
pnid $110 a month toan instructor from
whose attenti voserviees he had largely
been enabled to accumulate an Inde
pendent fortune. Yet had this gen
tleman gone to a lawyer for advice, a
physician for medicine, a clergyman
for spiritual consolation, a dentist for
relief from pain or toan architect for
plans of a house, he would have
thought nothing of having paid twice
or thrice as much money for tho same
grade of service. Still, the moldors of
brain and character, who do their work
upon the pupil in a manner that often
carries with it tho determination of
the pupil's success or failure in life,
arc content to beg for the pennies and
the dimes, while the other fellows get
the dollars and the eagles.
Discerning an evil aud curing It are
two different things. We do not pre
tend to know how teachers, as a class,
can get more pay. We only know
that they are underpaid; and that their
easy acquiescence in this depreciatlve
rating is responsible in a largo degree
for the meagreness of their wages It
is well that teachers should give their
whole work to teaching. The Jack-of-all-trades
is master of none. But when
the teacher gives his whole mind and
soul and ambition and future to tho
dry routine of the school room, it
would be fair to give to the teacher in
return wages commensurate with his
work, wages that will euublo hiui to
feel repaid for his toil.
Tins city has had few officials
more faithful, modest, unassuming
and conscientious than was Harry It.
Madison. He was a man who did his
whole duty in all capacities; a loyal
and warm hearted friend, an obedient
son and one of nature's genuine noble
men. May his rest be peaceful as his
life was true.
It is too early to place credence In
the reports of disaster alleged to have
befallen the Wellman Arctic-exploring
party. The venture of Walter Well
man was a foolhardy one, not worth
its rika and deprivations; but the
good Yankee pluck In the man is not
likely to have been exhausted at the
first tribulation. Arctic exploration as
pursued iu this Instance is a foolish
fad, and one with which we have no
sympathy; but when undertaken by so
good a Journalist as Walter Wellman,
it excites wishes for the explorer's sue-
cess and enkindles the hope that the
glacial frosts of the Arctic circle -will
not rob America of a flrst-cluss news'
paper man merely to furnish forth a
Polar bear holiday.
Senator Hill Is really too able a
ruau to waste his talents in tho role of
a Mephistopholos. Ho has it in him
to rise to higher honors.
Wii are not sure that compulsory
arbitration would be a complete suc
cess at the first jump; but the sooner a
fair start is made, the sooner will tho
ultimate solutiou be reached. Pro
crastination iu this matter is assuredly
the thief of peace.
Senator Hill's defense of O rover
Cleveland is strikingly suggestive of
Satan's rebuke of sin.
The center of the anthracite indus
try is entitled to a state hospital if any
community iu the anthracite region is.
Others have their appropriations; it is
high time we had ours.
Compulsory Arbitration Defined.
One of the common arguments
against compulsory arbitration is thus
worded by the Chicago Journal:
"When the labor unions shall make
themselves responsible financial bodies
and shall bind their men to stick to
contracts under palu of heavy loss of
pooled earnings aud savings it may be
time enough to talk of compulsory ar
bitration, but not until then." Tho
same idea is thus expressed in differ
ent words by the Pittsburg Dispatch:
"While the law might force employers
to abido by the finding of a compulsory
arbitration, how will it force employes
to work if the finding does not suit
them? The very idea of men driven
to work against their wills is monstrous,
and, in addition to that, it would be
futile, for compulsory work, in nine
cases out of ten, is valueless."
Did it ever occur to these publicists
that the courts already, by restraining
injunctions, recognie the vital princi
ple in compulsory arbitration when
they compel the performance of dis
puted contracts during the legal set
tlement of the points nt issue? A la
bor organization deriving its charter
from the courts could be dissolved aud
robbed of its organic standing before
tho law were it to refuse to obey the
mandate of tho law after having a
peulcd to that law for redress. Public
sentiment demands compulsory arbi
tration as a measure of self-protection.
For labor to declare that it would not
obey a compulsory arbitration law
wiili public sentiment back of it would
be to proclaim anarchy and revolu
tion flatly aud outright. Wo do not
believe, In the first place, that organ
ized labor Is thin anarchistic or revo
lutionary; nor, stcoiidiy, that if it
were, it could long resist the forces of
law and order.
Compulsory arbitration could not bo
made what its name implies without
the active co-operation of public sen
timent. Nobody contends that it
could. The only point contended by
advocates of compulsory arbitration is
th-it' public sentiment, after a long
period of patient indiil'erenie to its own
interests, ia now ready, or almost
ready, to co-operate earnestly iu tho
sustenance of a law which shall protect
innocent third persons against tho
bulk of the enormous damage inllicted
iu the economic civil warfare known
as great strikes.
The opportunities of free adver
tising iu this glorious American
country are eutiroly too numerous.
There are really many pleasanter
things than a president w ho is so ex
traordinarily better than his party.
Brother Gompkrs, no;v that It's
all over, deserves congratulations for
the dexterity and grace with which ho
straddled a disagreeable dilemma until
he was carried over upon solid ground.
When tariff tinkering rogues fall
out, there is hope that the interests of
hone3t industry may yet escape spolia
tion. The Granting of Franchises.
The City club of Gotham has formu
lated this article, . which it wants in
serted in tho proposed newconstitutiou
of New York state:
No franchise which may bo'Oporito l in,
bIou?, over, andcr, or hcrosy any of tn.
public streets nr placau ia any city ia tho
sUW sbull be grautol to or acquired by
nuy person othor tbiiu such city, iin'e.so by
tbutxpions nuthoiity uud ootMuiit of the
local nutligvitiai of such city ia piirsuuuca
ot a general law. Tua terms of tl:o grunt
of every mch fraucliiso sUnll providu for
componsaMuu to on paid to th city, oittier
by way of a ningla payrnvnt or of an an
nual runtnl or a proportionate vlmra of tbe
receipts; or a combination of such methods,
sncb compensation to be ascertained by na
appraisal by couiuiisuiouxr appoiuted by
the supreui court. And in nil cse tho
grunts shnll bi for not to oxood thirty
years unci tuny contain provisions for re
newals for li lie psriods on appraisals by
comaiissioniTs to be appointed by the su
pra tua court.
The adoption of the foregoing article
would be a wholesome victory for good
government; but it is a consummation
to be wished rather than expected. No
adequate reason lias ever been ad
vanced in behalf of tho marked inferi
ority of American municipal govern
ment to that lu vogue in many Euro
pean cities an inferiority more nota
bly, perhaps, in our prodigal bestowal
of valuable franchise grunts than in
any other particular. The cynicul re
mark of the elder Vanderbilt supplies
tho "principle" upon which this prodi
gality largely rests; yet under our form
of government if "the public be d d"
it is the public's own fault. It has the
remedy in Its own sovereignty and
that It does not of tener apply it is noth
ing less thau a bewildering anomaly
utterly without rational explanation.
Antecedent to an eifective incorpora
tion into the organic law of such an
article as the. foregoing must, there
fore, come such an education of public
sentiment as will reconcile the public
to honesty in the administration of its
ailairs. It is doubtful If at this stago
of the reform movement the American
people would feel at ease under a muni
cipal system which failed to mulct
them heavily in favor of corporate
greed and ollleial rapacity.
Ws beg to correct the Indiana cor
respondent of the Washington Post in
the following particular:
The only sure hold for a gin the Repub
lican! bad wui in the Tenth, and uuless
BouiethioK It dooo that will be frittered
away. The district ia naturally Kepub
lu'un by a small plurality. It was lout iu
lb'jo by Mm. Owous, who is now the Re
publican cuudidate for secretary of state,
owing to disappointments about the dis
tribution of patroungo.
No "Mrs. Owens" is "now the Re
publican candidate for secretary of
state" iu Indiana. The era of women
in politics may eventually reach to
Indiana, us It has to some other west
ern commonwealths; but it hasn't
arrived there yet. Tho "Mrs. Owens"
in the Post's mind is cx-Keprcsenta-tive
William D. Owen, formerly super
intendent of Immigration, author of
the Owen immigration law, a cultured
Christhiu gentleman and scholar, aud
a politician who was beaten in 1800
simply because his antagonist had the
Ex-Senator Inualls would make
a good recruit for the editorial staff of
one or two local contemporaries that
we could name.
Private John Allan, says tho Wnshinu
ton Pot, managed to work in his little
juke daring tbe houaa proco.'dlngs the
othvr day. It wuh during the considera
tion of the bill called up by the military
committee, to itive a silver medal to the
veterans who responded to tho call of Gov
urnor Curtio, of i'cnusylviuiia, to repel
tbii iuvasiou of the confederates uud'ir
General Lte. Jlr. Coomhi, of New York,
acted us the champion of tho measure.
Ho said the baukers had left their batik,
the dorks their counters, and the farmers
their pluws to respond to tho call of patri
otic duly. The medal wan promised to the
men by the isoreruiueiit, Mr. Coombs said,
aud ou'ht loui; ago to have been struck
mid distributed to tuoeo entitled to thorn.
"You say tuut bankers left their bauks,
cKrks their counUrs, and farmers thair
plowc," put in lir. Allou in a droll way,
"to reiipoud nobly to the call of patriotism
aud duty. Very wu", biu I want to
ask the geiillunmti from Nw Y'ork
whcthiir ho iMiil.a it riyht, ait-r what
thuao men did lor tlie i-uu..e of their couu
try, to ruwn d them witLi Hwnietbins mad.t
f : oil) this debased mrtal." Asaliinenl
tho gold bug" the sally scored a to: Una ha
with the lions '.
Soiiio day iu the bli of perfection we'll
And avoid all thuo troubles aud shocks;
More r-tarcli in our shirt-fronts tbe laun
dress will fjive
Instead of so much in nnr socks.
Representative Hutuer tells a good one at
hUowu expeue, apropos of tbe pride that
lawyers feel iu their bust speeches. "It
was," suyj he, "my maiJeu oratio'i and I
threw tuv wcoio soul into the effort. I
tbnnght u win one of the Quest speeches I
had uv.ir h tard. There wure those kind,
teiiuvoleiit hfiriw who bio always ready
to oueourajje a struggling tennis, anil
who went to some extent In expreiNin;
thair approval of it. To .sum tip ray fcel
insji I may Bay I was entirely Hitlisfloil
with myself. W Iwu, even the children on
the scieote na I pnssed to the depot
loubed at reo in awe, and pointed to
me, while they wlii-purod among them
hhIvoj: 'There he i-, t'lere ho ia.' I ahull
DHVor forget how my heart swelled with
pride, and how my pulvn throbbed in si
lent (leu over my success. Why, n group
of hoy followed mu nt a distune and ling
ered at the depot whkie I expected to take
the train. I entiled at them in na nconr
HKiug way, and aftr a littlu delay they ap
proached me. 'Well, b'iyn,' 1 mid, 'what
can 1 do for you.' 11 y heart a:ik into my
shoe m tho boldest of the group blurted
out; 'tiny, mister, ain't you ton man what,
liiviM boys tickets to the circus?' 'From
that day to this,' concluded Mr. Ueliier, '1
have uevor allowed by head to swell."
Too Hunt Enthusiasm:
In summer ijol, thoy say, will milo
Tii metaphor i. p'-ett'oiut,
lint none approvm tho Uorid ityle
Of t,rm he wears nt preset.
Mark Twain saya that the Information
tout during th latter days of bis life llr.
Darwia read nothing but his own works
gav.i him great pleasure until he utter
ward learned that llr. Darwin was sulTur
with mental atiopy, mid was permitted to
lead only the moat idiotic nouaeuse,
$on op Tim Trolley Car:
I emu fu.ia the liutnils of busy men,
l'ast i.vouuo aud allwy,
I circle iu aud out ui'.iu
With uiuuya curve and sally.
I jnra my isles chock full of men,
Though hot in tophet be It:
Iron pell-mell, tho twanging bell
My laugh men do not see it 1
A nlcliol for a slrap, you know,
li really very cievei1,
For men may come and men way go,
But I go on forever 1
Some cranky people half biliove,
llecatis j thy pay a ulckel,
They should for it a aut receive
Such joye a sphynx would tlcklo.
But while a few may kick, porhnpi,
Aud think it isn't fuauy,
It is the onea who cliug to straps
Who bring mo stacks of money.
And men may swear and tear their hair,
Aud say they're quiet disgusted j
Eat I'll go right along wheue'er
The tiulloy isu't busted I
WOULD HV RAISED A ROW.
Tha whole letter of President Cleveland
to Chnlrman Wilson, of the way and
means committee, Is one of the most re
markable documents that ever camo from
the white house. Whiln tbe two houses of
congress which are endowed by the consti
tution with the b ile power of originating,
debating aud shapiug legialatiou are ar
ranging a further conference upon a bill
concerning which they are not at agree
ment, the hoad of tbe executive dupart
ment of the government cut into their dis
cussion as with the crack of a whip, and
virtually orders them what to do. If
Qunen Victoria bad walked into the houte
of commons aud thrust a royal proclama
tion into the midst of the debate on the
home rule bill, she would have committed
no greater luvasion ot the functions of a
legiHlative body. We fancy it she had done
so there would have beun Hitch a storm
about it as has not shaken England Blnoe
Charles dismissed the parliament Which
would uot pass bills to suit him.
Two Sldss of Oat Qisetlon.
"Wheu we get a ball team we can lick
there is simply no end to our ferocity."
bCHANTON TiiniUNB. If we couid get one
tnat everybody couldu't lick there would
be no limit to our happiness.
Apportionment of Republican Repreaen
taiion Among; the Various Dlatilots.
Pursuant to a ineotiug of the Republi
can County committee ueld on July Hth,
ISM, the County Convention will be
held on Tuesaay.Saptomber 4th, lbW. at 10
o'clock a. m., iu the court bouse at Scran
ton, for the purpose of pluciug in nomina
tion candidates for the following named
oflices, to be voted for at tbe next general
election to be held November tith, 18SM:
Congress, Eleventh district; Judge, Forty
fltth Judicial district; shoriff, treasurer,
clerk of courts, prothouotary, district at
torney, recorder of deads, registor of wills,
and jury commissioner.
Vigilance committees will hold delegate
electuuis on beturday, September 1st, lB'Jl,
between the hours of 4 and 7 p. m, Tlipy
will alto give at least two days public
notice of the time aud pLace for holding
Each election district ehould elect at the
said delegate olootious, two qualified per
sons to serve as vigilance committee for one
year, and have their names certified to, on
the credentials of delegates to the Count;
The representatiou of delegates to the
County Couventlon is based upon the vote
cast last fall for Fell, candidate for judge
of iiipreaie court, he being the highest
ofllcer voted tor at said stuto election.
Under this rule the several election districts
are entitled to representation as follows,
Aruhbidd borough -
1st ward, 1st dlst..
1st ward, 2d Ulbt..
Benton t nvuship. ...
Covington township II
Nerihoaat ilist..,. 0
Northwest diaU... 1!
No. J (list 1
1st ward, 1st (list,.
1st ward, XI dist..
'M ward. 1st (list..
id ward, Um dist. ..
2d ward, ad dist...
M ward, 1st (list..
9(1 ward, iM dist...
ad waul, 81 dist...
4th ward, 1st dist.,
it U ward, M dist..
4th ward, ad (list.,
fitli ward, Istd st.,
6th ward, 21 dist.,
tith ward. Isuliit..
eth ward. U dist..
Dicks .n t'ltv bjio
1st ward 2
2d ward 1
1st ward, 1st (list.,
1st ward, 2d ill-t..
2d ward. 1st (list..
2d ward, 2d diet..,
3d ware, 1st (list.,
3d ward, 2d dist...
M ward, ad (list...
Uth ward, 1st (list..
Ui wuru.'JJ dist.,
r'ell township -
(ti eeuO'.tld towusmp
j. .mi vn oorougu
1st ward 2
2d win d 2
Ud ward 1
Laekawanua towns'p !
North dist 2
out.'i (list 1
West dist 2
N. AbliiKt'n towns'p
Old I'm it township
1st dist 1
4th (list 1
1st ward 1
2' 2d ward 2
i 3d ward 1
l lUiisom township.,, 1
1 Scott township 2
i peranum eitv-
let ward, 1st it St..
1st ward, 2d dist..
1st ward, 3.1 (list,,
21 ward, 1st dist.,
Xd ward, 2d d.st...
2d ward, (1 dist...
Kd ward, 4tb (list..
2d ward, 6th diirt..
3d ward, 1st (list..
M ward. 2d dist...
4th ward, 1st clii-t..
4 t!i ward, 2.1 dist..
4th ward, 3il dist..
fitli ward, b.tilist..
61 ti ward, 2(1 (list..
6th ward, 3d dist..
6th ward, 4th (list.,
tith war.l, 1st (list..
Uth ward, 21 dist..
7 til ward, 1st dist..
Ttli winl, 2d dist..
Till w.iril, 3d (list.,
Sili ward, 1st (list.,
kt'i wind, vd (list.,
uth ward, 1st (list,,
lliii ward, 2d dist..
let h ward
II ill ward, 1st (list.
11th wnid, 2idist,
1 1 th w ard, 3d Uist,
!2ih Wuid, 1st dist
12th ward, 21 dist.
13th ward, 1st dist
13th ward, 2d dist.
Mill want, 3d (list.
14; h ward, 1st (list
l.(h ward, 2d dist.
16th ward, 1st dist
16th ward, 2d dist.
liith wind. I t dist
Pith ward, 2d dist.
Ktli ward, t (list
17th war I 2d dist.
Mb ward, 1st dist
lllth ward, 2d (list.
Illth ward, 3d dist.
I'.itli ward, llh dist
2U!h wvd, 1st dist
2nth ward, 2d dist.
li ami ward, 3,1 (list.
2; 2lst ward. -1st dist.
3: 21st ward, 2d dist .
I S. AbiiiKtou towns'p
1 Kprini; Hl'nok t'wu'p
1 v iniou tioroUL-U
2 1st dist 1
! 2d dist 1
D. W. POWELL,
TN paint the best is the
cheapest. Don't be misled by
trying what is said to be "just as
good," but when you paint insist
upon having a genuine brand of
It costs no more per gallon than
cheap paints, and lasts many times
Look out for the brands of White
Lead offered you ; any of the fol
lowing are sure :
"Jewott," ' "Davia-Charnbin,"
"Fahncstock," " Armotrong & McKolvy,"
For CoLORS.-National Lead Co.'s
Pure White Lead Tinting Colors.
These colors nrc sold In one-pound cans, efich
C'iSK M'UkhM lo tint pounds c( strictly
1 lire While Lead lhe desired fhadc: they arc in
lip sense ready-mixed paints, but a combination
?, oc. . y l!"rc f'.V,1" !n lllu handiest (urm to
lint Mrictly Pure White Lend.
A;ood many thme nnd dollars have been saved
property-owners by linvinK our book on paintim
buthfrix' ' U3 " lH4tal C4lJ uuJ
NATIONAL LEAD CO., New York.
20 PER CENT.
KEDUCTION ou our entire
line of CARRIAGES.
422 Lacka, Avenue,
DID YOU E1TER
Have "that tired feeling" come over you when you saw shamefully dis
played in bold-faced type that hoary mercantile chestnut
"Selling Off at Cost?"
The expression is about as old as deception some say it originated with
Ananias-anyhow.it is preserved in the hieroglyphics and cuneiform in
scriptions of cities whose merchants have been dust and ashes for a thou
Our prices, when compared with others, are
Especially Now at Our
tfl ? o
It has been our practice ever since we entered into
the mercantile arena not to carry any goods over from
one year to the other, and in order to accomplish this
purpose we look at neither cost or value, but put the
price on every seasonable article so that somebody is
bound to take it. Our busy store will always verify
Goldsmith Brothers & Company.
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 mat
ing extremely low prices on
14 Lacka. Ava.
A Full Assortment
Letler Copying Books
A GOO-pago 10x12 Book, boun?
fa cloth, shcop back ami corners,
guaranteed to give- eatis faction,
Stationcro and Enrravars,
317 Lackawanna Ave.
Dr. Hill & Son
f t twth, ffijm; l)?t not, D: for Bold capi
ml troth without platos, cnlleil crown and
bridno work, call for jirlrsi alii referenom.
TO f ALMA, for ntrni:Un IMtb without
palu. Moitthor. Nona
THE COLUMBIA BICYCLE AGENCY,
Opp. Tribune Gfe, IU Spruce St,
ITavlBg had 12 yoarg' oxjierience in the Bicycle btul.
reus auJ Ihu au-ouoy for lo:idins Whocls of a1) iradot,
wear iirepurud to gunrauto.. mtistactlo'u. Those In.
ttuding to purchaie are invited to cii l and rxamint
jnr oouiplcte liua. Open vunin. Cull or aeud atam
U Selling Agents,
1 227 Lack Ays,
U EVANS & POWELL,
To koi'p houas without
I n Rotriitorntor. 1
I uar THE UEST-TSE 1
AT LAKE POYNTELLE,
WAYNE COUNTY. PENNA,
fjlHE season is clos-
ing. We are sell
ing the remainder of
our stock at a greatly
FOOTE k SHEAR CO,
513 Lacka. Ave.
OVER FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
iRud iid Bliick),
BEANS AND TOMATOES
and Get the
Wor and W'oraB.
TUeNantlooke Huu take exception I o
tho rouiatlc ot tbe Syracuia P,.st Ihi.t
Wllkea-Barre 1 a plnce near rlcrnniou.
Tho Suu claims that it la a tuburb of Nan-
' For many years this Piano has stood in tho front ranks. It Las been admired so muoh for its
pure, 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 WEBER."
We now have the full control of this Piano for this section as well as many other fine Pianos
which wo are selling at greatly roducod prioes aud oil easy monthly payments. Don't buy until you seo
our goods and get our prices
GUERNSEY BROTHERS' HEW STORE.
Y. M. C. A. E3UtL-DINQ
224 WYOMING AVENUE,
Pit intcd nt summit of tho New York, On
Cirioaid Western Railway, 2J foet atovo
i a. The highost stoara railroad point in tha
SfVon fine lnkoi within from turns to
twenty minutes' walk from hotil or station.
Vwo 1mi3 lulios convenient -perch, pickerel
and other cnminnu varieties of fish, several
other la koa within half hour's drive.
For a day's sport and recreation toke New
Vork.Ontario and Western railway train lea v.
ingScrautoUat tUO a.m., arriving at Poyntelle
at 10.10 am. Returning, train loavei royu
tello 4.50 p.m., arriving in Soranton 4.20 p,m,
BOAl'3 FREE TO O JESTS.
FREE EXCURSION aud PICNIC GROUND?
HATES FOR SUMMER ROARDEUd
$8 TO $10 I'EU WEEK.
House accommodations, 50.
DOCTOR JOHN HAMLIN
Veterinary Surgeon and
Prompt attention to calls for treatmont of
nil domestic animals.
Veterinary Medicines carefully couipoundod
aud for sulo at reasonable prions,
Oflleo nt tho Blums Carriage Works. Ill
DIX COURT, Scrauton. whore I direct shoe
Graduato of tha American Veterinary Col
leao and tha Columbian Bchool of Compara
Yes, sir! We
have a special-
tr ist here to fit
you who . does
Sit right dowa
k' i and have your
1 II eyes fitted in
a scientific manner.
423 LACKAWANNA AVE.
Inserted in THE TRIBUNE t Ui
i ate of ONE CENT A WORD.