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THE SCEAXTOX TRTKUNE-SATUttDAY MORNING, JANUARY BO. 1894.
SCKANTON TRIBUNE
F. E. WOOD,
General Manager.
PtBLieun DAILY AND VEEKLV 1" ECRAV
tom. Pa., by las Isnum pcblj8i-o
CojirAv.
Nit Yobk orrici: Tribuxe CriUJisc,
Frank 6. Gray, Manages.
decorated glass ptnols shall gupircede
polished woodwork that destroyed
forests will remove from tUe list
of postibililies and when glass ceil
ings and glass floors will no c m-a u
features of every well-appoiate3 Auiar
ictu borne. It will be an ai;e when
Yankee householders will find it un
safe to throw stones.
Eultrtd at the Fottofflce at ATM to ?
tmnitkm Man natter.
THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE.
FCFANTON, JANUARY 20, 18S4.
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET
FOR C0NOKK3SM.YN-AT LARGE.
GALtSHA A. GROW,
OF SUSQUE1IANNW
ELECTION FEBRUARY 20.
IMITATION IS PRAISE.
Whntvtr atkr journal copy futures
that im' eonetlvtd, it dot$n't mak
u amji j. Bl you, we rtgard that tu
the jnciest Kind of prat. They're
copying TRIBUNE feature.;, note.
many of 'm; if they wHl le
patient, in V time we'll aire 'am
more modi Is to pattern, after.
What is this? Collector Herring to
remove the rovenu toadqavrttti from
this city to Blooaubur' Wint con
ceivable sense is there in that? It
munns more rout. It meant that the
business center of northeastern Penn
sylvania will have to endure inconve
niences. It tneatu that tiie new Gov
ernment building will loo an import
ant tenant. And to Bloonisbur. too.
Ot all earthly pl-iees why select this.'
However, Herring owns the prize, We
suppois he merely obevs a uatural in
etinci tu wanting to take it in triumph
home.
TBKRI APPKAR8 to be a close affinity
tetweeu free trade and free soup.
;
The cuckoo will find Id stnatorial
courtesy its most formidable opponent.
WHO WOULD ever have supposed that
Hayseed Vilas could bunco the wily
Mr. Hlllt
,. .
When Jacob Bchaefek goes on the
nUtfe there is some .lunger of his miss
ing his cue.
Kuse CoaHLAN'i rigbttoiu indigna
tion seems to have subsided with start
ling rapidity.
4. mm
HlLL KaV never he president, but he
cau play ,tna mischief with the presi
dent's nominations.
m
1 KNTBC08T ius contributed lii share
of tes'.imony to the absolute uniitness
of his appointment.
, .
h has retched such a stage now that
what we are eager for is what Willis
was instructed not to do.
TlIB OOVIBNOR Of New Jersey is in a
worse plight even than (irover. He
has two senates on his hands.
The CLUUX of the Hawaiian comedy
was indeed readied when Lilioukalani
acoldad poor Willis like u fishwife.
Wiiln MB. CaUNEOIK'S papers rtaih
him In Egypt he will find some very
interesting and instructive reading.
AtTIR Mk. BbBCKIMRIOOB shall have
settled with Miss Pollard ho may be
less enthusiastic over the prospect of
an income tax.
...
Wnu the defeat of Horublower, all
of the nominaaious, so carefully se
lected from tho list of anti -Snappers,
are likely to be defeated or hung ou a
peg indefinitely.
There will be nu retiial until the tariff
iuestion is settled, it will then be a iUM
tion da to uhether the recital will tabe
plOO in this country or in Europe. Mr.
t.irou- at Lancaster.
THE HIJECTION of Mr. Hoinblower if
significant mainly for the open hostility
it aroniea between the Democratic fac
tions. Henceforward there'eannot be
even a pretense of frisndilntai.
-
INCIDENTALLY, Mr. Ilornblower'a re
jection will make a groat many men
very mad. It makes uioro debts to pay,
and at this rata the settlement of ac
counts between the two Democratic
factions will be a serious affair.
THESE is something due to the cour
tesies, in the president's ofiicial rela
tion to the smiators oT his owu parly,
eveu if they are known to be personally
opposed to him, in making important
appointments in the states they repre
sent. A CURRENT dispatch credits the trus
tees of Dr. Tnlmago's new Brooklyn
tabernacle with considering the ad
visability of charging stringers an ad
mission fee of ten cents to help lift the
church debt. It is to be feared such a
fee would cause many to stay nt homo
and read the eloquent doctor's Sunday
sermon in the twu-:ent Monday news
paper. There will be thirty-five soft posi
tions to give away in the collectorship
office; or rather, thirty-three, since
Chief Deputy Giuler is to be retained,
aud inasmuch as Elitor Maloy. of
Lansford, has already got his "tip."
even thirty-three chances will make nu
interesting scramble for office. Good
luck to tho winners, and may they have
to fight hard and long.
COLOXBt Fellows' aecond appoint
ment for the place of assistant district
attorney for New York was of a quite
different sort from that of Pjntecost.
Hi promotes John D. Lindsay, one of
the working force of the oftic for
nearly twelve years, as indictment
clerk, deputy assistant and chief as
sistant, being appoint d by John Mo
Kean in lav. retained and promoted
by Randolph B. Martin", Fellows in
his previous term aud Nicoll. This it
just right.
The ul'ddle in Schuylkill county
whereby on account of the new con
trollership law, county auditors get
vnlaries without having anything to do
it an illustration of slip-shod law
making, which is unfortunately too
common in Pennsylvania legislttion.
The controllership idea is an excellent
one in theory and could no doubt be
ninde excellent, also, In practice. But
technical kinks will .need to be
straightened out before the present In
novation will commend itself unre
servedly to popular approval.
The success which has attended tba
second tett of the Bonta plate glass ma
chine will mean a great deal to the
people of tha twentieth century. It
plearly points to an age of gists, when
There iil! l e nortcttai until thrtaiitj
qUtttion is settled. It will then be a yues
tion as to uhether the rttttal will tal.e
ulace in thie country or in Europe. Mr
(.'cur at Lancaster.
MR. GKOW AT LANCASTER.
The voter who is privileged to read
thocompleto tut of Mr. Grow's opening
speech of the spring campaign, da
livored Thursday evening at Lancas
ter, and very cursorily reported by the
news associations, will bo impresso.l
with thu speaker's remarkable lucidity
of thought aud his equally indisput
able sincerity ot expression. There is
no trace in it of the enthusiast or the
! demagogue. Not a linn of the address
can by any jugglery of misrepresenta
tion be wrested from its propjr place
aa part ot one of the mojt symmetrical,
straightforward and effective cam
paign ntterincei ever voiced in this
uotntnonweaUb. To those who. in re
cent years, have not had evidence of
the vigorous mind of the sagacious
war-speaker of the American house of
represen tatives.this masterly presenta
tion of the Republican policy will ba a
most agreeable surprise. Nous but a
mind in complete mastery of vigorous
and varied powers could have con
ceived this speech, much less delivered
it with an eloquence that, we are told,
"carried the whole vast audience by
storm."
In nu adjoining column we present,
this morning, some striking excerpts
from this remarkable address, regret
ting the lack of apaos which prevents
its reproduction entire. The roundness
and lores of Mr. (irow's nota'olo talent
for epigrams is well shown in these
quotations, but not the strong power
of his consecutive utterances, each
strengthening and re-inforcing the
other until the argument reaches its
completed symmetry and cumulous ef
fectiveness. It may be said that there
is no new thought to be contributed at
this late day to an economic discussion
which has busied our ablest economists
for more than threo-score years.
Whether this b9 trua or no. the elec
tion nest month of Galusha A. Grow
as Pennsylvania's co njjressman at large
will replace in tho decisive forum of
this to long prolouged debate a champ
ion of the American policy comparable
with the very best.
A copy of this Hpeech should be put
by county Republican committees in
the hands of every wage earner in
Penntylvauia.
.
Thtr will be no revival until the tariff
quution is settled. It will then be a tues
tiun as to whether the eectcal will take
place in this country or in LUtrupe.-Mr.
(Irou- at Lancaster.
CHOOSE GOOD MEN.
inasmuch as affairs are already shap
ing for the making of legislative Domi
nations in tho various districts of
Lackawanna county, it is pertinent to
call atteution to one or two facts that
sometimes receive leant consideration
in distr lot conventions. The commun
ityof which Scran ion it the eenter has
.Town to be, in point of population,
wealth and importance, the third in
tho state. It has interests which rrf
quirsthe most careful and experienced
attention, not only here but at Ilirris
bnrg. Such attention is paid at the
capitol by persona representing Phila
delphia and also Pittsburg; but in this
region the impression has been too
general that tho selection of candidates
for representative is not of particular
moment, provida the nomine! has an
ordinarily harmless record.
Not only are Philadelphia and Alle
gheny members retained term after
term in legislative poiitioni, where
they show a watchful interest ovtr th I
needs of their respective com nu'iities,
thus gaining a familiarity with their
work and an adroitness which render
one "city" member n, match for tw I
dossnraw "country" recruits, but they
are additionally ro-inforcod by the
frequent presence of what, for lack of
a better name, may be called legisla
tive expertt, or meu who know every
"in" an "out" of the state house from
roof to cellar, and who lose little time
in putting to Its final sleep any bill
calculated to hurt the business inter
ests of their constituents. It is well to
he plain in this matter. For a city ot
Scranton's magnitude, having the
varied interests that Scranton liar, wo
have been upon numerous occations
very poorly defended against the ig
norant or nwddlesoinn oflicioutnets of
distant members, intent upon gaining
notoriety at tho expense of ttie anthra
cite region. The theory that "any
body Is good enough" to go to Harris
burg has worked ur infinite harm and
can work us vastly greater harm in
th future, if it shall be much lotigur
adhered to.
The point of the matter, and a point
equally applicable to both parties, Is
that it is time tottop permitting indi
vidual ambitions or mere partisan ne
cessities to hamper tho efficiency of our
legislative represantatioi. When a
member thows keeu wit, rea ly com
mand of the situation, in nhortgool
staying qualities, it is timi be wer
kept where he can do the most good,
not only to his party but to his district
and hlssr ction. When he fails to show
thcte qualities, no matter what his
wealth, or bounty or SDecial "pull," he
should be tnrned down. If the conven
tion will not do it for him, the people
should, and in the end all parties and
all classes will be the gainers by such
brisk methods. The importance of
Scranton and of the county in
general demands that men adequate
to the situation b'.i kept in the legisla
ture; and it is decidedly more import
ant that they should be adequate than
that they should livo on this street or
that street, train with this crowd or
that crowd, or voto this ticket or some
other.
Legislation should be business Grit
aud politics afterward,
GIVE THEM A CHANCE.
In the annual cutting an! slashing
of departmental estimates, in which
the estimat-8 committee irdulses it
self about this time of year, one esti
mate iu particul.tr calls for fond and
tender indulgence. It is the estimate
sent in in behalf of the over worked
goardiani of Scranton's municipal
peace.
For lo. these many years, the aid
gmrdians have vouchsafed it unto a
much burglarized public that their
number is insufficient to cope with the
colossal iniquity of the Electric City
evil doer. At each halcyon spriug
time, together with that tired feelinu
has come the annual request for an
adequate force of patrolmen And
regularly, each recurring twelve
month, thit pathetlo appeal has beon
placed where the daisies bloom, and the
enterprising lojal burglar has gone on
his wy in glee.
This has continued until it bus be
come time to trive the police depart
ment a show, It is not denied that they
are brave and forret-eyed men ; but
their number is few, alas, too fow.
They are but as a drop in the backet or
as a glittering mica pebble in tho vast
i.xpanse of solitary desert when it
comes !o giving the citizins of Scran
tou protection in proporty and peac.
They uoed reinforcements. They re
quire aid.
Let the estimates committee try thr
experience of an innovation. L-)t ttiem
spring a surprise by giving the police
force a chance.
FORTUNES BEI f ER THAN SQUALOR.
Ji, (trow at Lenceter.
In the course of regular bUliaeM indi
vidual fortunes are made bv economizing
the prollts in the production and exchange
of the products of labor. If that Is doae
oy our citizens, the tortunos tuns accuur.i
Intel are expended, at a rale, lu the com
m unities Where they were mads. Some in
costly living, which, bo werer. gives gmnter
employ moat to all kinds of labor. Bona
in munificent charities, which will latt as
loug as human suffering. Some in great
public improvements, constructing new
arteries f t rade and channels of commerc
t hat will last as long as the mighty rivers
they span or the granite mountains which
they scale; all contributing to tho wealth,
the greatness and the glory of a coun try
A nation whose people produce only raw
materials to ho sold toother nations or ex
changed fur their more advanced aud, con
sequently, costly fabric, will always bo
poor iu comparative wealth.
W Buy In th Butt Market.
Me. drew ot LjneitsUi.
The free trader objects to all attempt.
by legislation to secure tho home market
for home production, because tho xreai
law of trade, he claims, is to buy where
you can buv tlie cheapest. That is true.
Bttt the consumer in ull cases buys cheap
est when he pays easiest. The stute ol
things which gives to the laborer the larg
est employment at the best wages enable
him to pay easiest, and in tout way be
buys cheapest, no matter what the nomi
nal price ot the article may be, for without
employment ho could not buy at all, and
with scant employment must buy scent
Supplying the home market by homo Utboi
gives to home labor the largest possibl
employment, aud the nearer the produce)
and consumer are brought together th
better for both, for each thereby saves :l
trie cost or aouble transportation.
The ITnwi.iie.!i Distune.
Mr. (Iron at LeaCCtftr,
The Ameiican people owe it to them
selves by the lovo they cherish for liberty
and free ioititutlonr, by the gratiturt.
they owe the fallou heroes who Hied tha:
government by the people, for .the peopl
hhould not perish from the earth, to mnk.
this infidelity to the spirit aud gomuB o
free institutions so odious that no servair
of the ereat republic will ever dare to re
peat such au act, and so that this polic
of double dealing with a friendly powei
this recreancy to liberty and the inalleuii
ble lights of mankind, fittingly charac
terized as the policy of infamy, shall to
ever stand in Aiuericau history eolitar.
aud alone.
PHO-RE-NOS lTt
DRUNKENNESS.
e4 U tk'KuJUy Cu at .raetl tcJt
Uafcata'JltjitMtet ml aaalMwa- it,
Curetthe Tobtc Habit easily without dis-
rc-gfert
Goldsmith's
Q Bazaar
Labor Munt He Protected.
Mr, tin w at Lancaster,
The most baneful of all the pernicious
inllueuces which lead to national decay i
tho policy tnat degradea or impoverltbei
labor. It is tho great fact stamped on kl
the rnini that, strew the pathway ot em
pires. It articles of consumption can r
lurnished tbe consumer cheaply ouly b;
reducing the wages of the laborer wh'
produces them to tho same rate pnid hi
competitors iu other lands where penui
sits at their Breslde and sorrowing wan:
surrounds their death bed, thou eheapneei
is not n desirable object. Hence, come
tbe necessity iu tarill legislation for pro
tection to American labor in discrimiunt
ing duties ou foreign imports.
Protection Adilt to Na'lonal Wealth.
Ur QrOW at Ltincmter.
liy producing at home tho commodities
which a people consume, the profits of the
production aud the profits in each an .
every v-xchange of them in tbe course oi
trade is retainud in the country, and th
aggregate makes the wealth of'tne nation.
The country that produces for itself ha
both tbe article proiluceil end the none)
paid for its production. iiisJmd oj'hnvi i
hut one of these values, us would be th
case iu buying abroad.
AVOID
THE
GRIP
BY WEARING
Mammoth Red Letter Clearin
g Sale
Bovs
4tz
Clothin
Fleece Lined Hygienic
UNDERWEAR
Stock Being Closed Out at a Great Discount Because We In
tend to Give Up This Department for Want of Room.
This is
convinced
no fake. Try it and be
CONRAD, HATTER
SELLING AGKNT.
N. A. HULBERT'S
City Music Store,
- Vt YOJllJtO AVR 6CHANT0
STKIVWAV SOX
DECKER BROTH ERA
KKANICH & BACK
8TU1.TZ & UAUKrt
PBASMOS
ilK large itoek ot Brst-otan
CANS
Boy3' Cassimere Suits, worth $2.25; now $1.49.
Boys' Heavy Cheviot Suits, worth $3.50; now $1.98.
Boys' All-wool Jersey Suits, worth $3.75; now $2.25.
Boys' Fine Cloth and Jersey Suits, worth $5; now $3.49.
Boys' Double-breasted Cloth Suits, worth $7.50; now $4 98.
Boys' Knee Pants, worth 60c; now 35c.
Boys' Knee Pants, best All-wool, worth $1.50; now 98c.
The above stock uas all made for the best retail trade and
can now he obtained cheaper than shoddy ready-made clothing.
Goldsmith Brothers & Company.
Mercereau & Connell
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE
MUSIC. ETC., ET&
07 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
THE
SNOW
2EE
F.L Crane's New Prices
FURSI FURS!
CAPES 18 INCHES DEEP.
DIAMONDS, WHITE
and Fine Jewelry, Leather Goods,
Clocks, Bronzes, Onyx Tables,
Shell Goods, Table and Ban
quet Lamps, Choicest Bric-a-
Brac, Sterling Silver Novelties.
"reueli Coney CftptS, IS liicb.'n deep,
itrukhuu Capei, 11 "
ttmkbuu Capua. " " .
Atrakhuu Cupus, 11 " ,
Dyed Upowan Cmm " " .
Muiuey i'hi--. ' 11 ,
i !.'. v Capuj, " " .
Vat. Ottor I'apej, " " ,
Nat. Ottor '.'upoi, M 14
Kriniiner Capua, " " .
Bevrw Capus, " " ,
tfutria Cupas, " ,
Seal or P-riaii ('aces " "
Alaska Sual Capes, " " .
Aluaka Sual Capua. " " ,
MinkCapuH. " " .
Brown Marten Capea " .
,.$ 3 00
. 4 VI
. . ! Ul I
. v 00
. . 8 00 I
.. It
.. 15 110
. . iti Oil
.. US OU
.. 12 0U
.. a ou
. . 13 IXI
. . a ou
. 3 i oo
.. 1.UUI
. . 60 00
.. 3W
NEVERSLIP HORS
Removable and Self-sharpening Calks.
Tl
H
i
CAPES 22 INCHES DEEP.
kttrakhaa Ctpao, U inches iWp s;o 00
luitic Bo Oapn, " woo
iUotrio fai Oapos, M is on
rrtuefa Cotiuy Capes, " 0 00
!iuk Capes, ' 50 )
rown Marten Capot, " 50 IK.'
Muukey Capea, " S5 U0
We are sole agents for Bradford, Columbia, Lacka
wanna, Luzerne, Montour, Tike, Sullivan, Susquehanna,
Wayne and Wyoming counties, State of Pennsylvania.
Catalogue on application.
iigbest Cash Prices Paid for Raw Furs
Repairing Furs a Specialty.
ANK BOOKS
LAN R BOOKS
MEMORANDL
MS
Frotactiun Raducn Prlcai.
Ur. Qrotaai Lancaster.
Tha affoet of protective tariffs, inatoml
of euliauriiiK prices, is to reduce tliem In
all cases where natural facilities exist, fni
tho production of tho protected article.
Ah t lie home product ion of n protecteil ar
ticle increases tho importation of the lik
loratgn article decreases, and the price of
the protected article In our market is les
sened uutil the homo market is gupplio 1
uy the home article, and then the price
will be leas tlinn at any former period.
-
Direct and Iadir.ot Tazitlon.
Mr. itioicat Lani ii.iftr.
If a direct tax of ?l ia levied upon a por-
son, jiim in it amour, must lie pant to the
collector of tuxes. Rut if t at the custom
house is collected on the cloth of which
that person a coat Is made it iaHOtoar
taiu that he pays the dollar in the price of
his coat. Iu many cases, aud porhaps
moot, he would not pay all of it, and the
course of trade in..'., hi 9iich that be
would not pay any of it.
The I. sue in n Kutihell.
Mr. Ore) at tnncatttr.
A revenue tariff ijivei the supplying of
the home market wholly or in great part
to the poorest paid labor of foreign coun
tries. A protective tariff gives tbe oup
ptylng of the bomij market whjlly or in
ureat part to homo labor. On the. atate
meut of this proposition the o,ue3tiou in
voluntarily arises, how, theu, cau thereby
anv .difference of opinion as tu whicil
policy is b.it for this couuiryV
U Is a Btandlns Menaos.
Ur. Orpu at LaHatr,
The Democratic pnrty in power is a
standing menace to tbe busineis of the
country. Kveu the threat ot what it pro
poses to do, having the power to do it, is
suttlcient to paralyze tho business of tho
country aud till Us thoroughfare with un
employed labor.
Illnt to the Pennsylvania Dtmioraoy.
" t f . Putt.
lu any other state in the Union the
Democrats would move to make Qalusha
i i row's election unauimous.
Office Supplies of all kinds
Inks and Mucilages
I.EAD1XU MAKES.
Fine Stationery
WIRT, WATERMAN ami FRANK
LIN FOUNTAIN PENS.
All CluaranteoJ.
Agents for Crawford's Pens and
Hack's Flexible Rubber Stumps.
Reynolds Bros.
Stationers and Engravers.
817 bACKAWANNA AVE.
Bittenbender&Co.,Scr anion,
Wholesale and retail dealers' in Wagonmakers' anil Btnc'.tsmitln'
Supplies, Iron and Steel.
Ice .". Skates,
All Prices and all Sizes.
IFoote 6c Sliear
513 LACKAWANNA AVE.
LUTHER KELLER
KING'S WINDSOR CEMENT FOR
PLASTERING.
SEWER PIPES, FLUE LININGS.
LIMB, CEMENT.
l
1
Office, 813 West Lacka
wanna Ave.
Quarries and Works,
Portland, Pa.
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO
ECRANTON AND WII.KES BARRE. PA.. MANUFACTURERS O
i Locomotives and Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
General Offioe, SCKANTON, PA.
ASK YOUR GROCER AND INSIST UPON HIS FURNISHING YOU WITH
STOWSRS
FLOUR
IS THE BEST
THE WESTON MILL CO,.
ECRANTON,
THE
Upholstery Department
or
William : Sissenbeiger
Opposite Eaptist Church,
Per in Avenue,
Is replet8 with fine and
medium Parlor Suits, Fancy
Rockers, Couches and
Lounges for the Holiday
Trade. Prices to Suit all.
Also Bed Room Sets, Din
ing Room and Kitchen Fur
niture. Parlor Suits and
Odd Pieces Rs-upholstered
in a Substantial manner.
Will ba as good as new.
DO YOU SELL?
OR ARK YOU
MAKING PRESENTS?
of Mixed Candy, Clear Toys,
or any stylo of Candy or Nnts,
Express Wagons, Velocipedes,
Trioyoles, Doll 'abs, Drums
or Toys of every kind.
1 DOLLS
chum Dolls, Wax Dolls,
Patent Dolls. Jointed Dolls,
any kind of doll from '.'octoyij
SLEDS OR SLEIGHS
For Boys, Girls or Dolls, in
Maple, Oak or Iron, from ''")c.
to 115.00.
BICYCLES
We have the goods and our
priees are right. Wholesale
and retail.
J. D. WILLIAMS u BRO.,
314 Lacka Ave.
VniBk(a SPECIALTY of Rupplylngcoui
mitta ur Sunday Schools, rsirs, Ktivi
DELICIOUS, MILD SUGAR OUWX) ABSOLUTELY
HAMS. LARD.
EVERY HAM AND PAIL. OF LARD BRANDED.
fhk tradk upplied Tm STOWERS PACKING CO., SCRANTON, PA
Frank P. Brown & Co.
W I .. I Hi. r In
Woodward Cordage and Oil Cloth
720 West Lackawanna Ave.
Msiiufscturarb' Agont tur
LAMHS and ULASSWAKtw.
CROCWtRT,

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