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Till! SCR ANTON TRIBUNE MONPAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 5, 1891
F. E. WOOD,
PtJBI.ISBI'1 nAILY AND WIEJllY IN BrilAX
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FHAMIS & l. HAY llANAUICH.
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1 HE SCRANTON TRIBUNE.
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L.isr wtKK i work in tlic home show
tost it isa t vst . to abolish tlie
I'uited Stte senate
HMUTOB uv's fwooinm rider to
tii Wttna Mil ouU prove sorry
pr.ictiun: U II weresctuslly to pa
What would CWvtland lo wr.a it .'
CMAWUX HoQoWAX, of tbMr
ly moTeunsit. Jc'arjs hfl "after
pdlliyla, not spoils " Ye. u a
goad way iJ'.i: You'll ued ro hurry
ou or you U low both.
W.ie.s Mk Hish-jyoadeuinid '.ho fres
OOll clause of tb Wilson bill sail then
indorsed it by hi volt a i ;
lit tskiMtfoa of n;s measure as a poli
f.ctaa Tfct Totr of Leprae oomty
w: . Jo well toril theniielTus ol JCh
Thirty b Democratic
;ar:y sorwaini itself hoars'? :a deouu
cation c'aa iuooiua tax aa l tl oupoii
f.oa to as :a of overament ptoataa
to cay Thirty year later, without
war m an incjative, the Deinxratic
t arty faor an lucoej tai and pay
debt by creating new debt.
. SAl renii;aei for the ingenuity of
icran'.ci lawyrs to raise a serious
question of the U)UJlltBMooa1tj of the
act of l:5!f torching the --:Teramsat of
third ciaaa oitiee. But la this we ee
anew the, outcropping of a Scraatoa
characteristic '.h.jaaracUr.atis which
. no: content to let other cit.e s: the
Tsm May ba room for a little levity
m the discussion of the Wilson bill,
sooator 'jay sseous t tainlc o. jadg
iqiC from his humonns amniuieat.
Eat to a frrowia number of Americin
citizens, the problem has goat bevond
the ameliorating reach of practical
hamor and has got to the grim rantags
ground of a terrible calamity
f"UMIIHimi the fact that there are
only fifty pagea in it, the Philadelphia
Timee Almanac for l-'il is troly a
inarTel for ikilfnl condeoeation an 1
statistical brevity. This annual com
pendium en;--ys deeervsd favor am jag
politicians and editors It is a standard
book of reference in all well rogulatal
Pennsylvania offices where live state
information in crisp form is a de
The action of the Loose committee
on banking, last week, in refusing, ty
a vote of eigot to nine, to recom
mend tbe adoption of Representative
' ox's bill repealing the state bank tax
is a hopeful sign of returning financial
aanlty. A house which could paaa so
socialistic a proposition as the income
tax may override this action of tne
banking committee, but tbe senate will
remain a a safe bulwark against wild
Mr. GhtOWl address Saturday even
ing before a meeting of Philadelphia
textile workers was admirable in tone
and argument. The tact and ekill
which this veteran rhetorician bri ngi
into play in bis elucidation of tht tariff
question are agraeaM" aurprwes to
those who had fancied tna subject had
lieen exhausted Under his apt tonch.
prosaic facts gala new importance, and
the familiar fignrei of the atatisticians
take on increased I Of (ft aril aignili
cance. Mr. Grow Is decidedly his own
It 1 asserted with a great deal of
emphasli by tha Democratic newspa -pers
that the freeing of our markets to
tbe coal Hyndicateof Nova Scotia would
immediately result In n corresponding
act of generosity on the part of the
Dominion. Hut Colonel William J.
Lamb, the Norfolk (V'a.i protectionist,
has taken all the wind out of that fall
by securing from Sir John S Thomp
son, attorney general of Nova Scotia,
premier and minister of justice of the
Dominion of Canada, this telegram:
"There la no enactment in Canada
making free admitalon of coal a neces
sary result of the taking off of duty in
the United States or authorizing gov
eminent In counoll by proclamation to
make coal fraa in Canada." The free
coal clause of the Wilson bill is a de
liberate and unrequited give-away.
The ktekmf.ii Wllkes-Birre News -Dealer
questions Tin: Tribunu'h state
ueut that Cleveland 'e second term has
tost more tuau the civil war. Our
:ontemporary is recommended to read
ibe report of H O. Dan & Co., review
iig the business of the United Slates
lor aa compared with the year
preceding; then to add in the wage
ossea and value depreciations of the
lrnt five weeks of 191, and finally to
sompare this total with the estimated
Itoney cost to the north of prosecuting
tho rebellion It will find that Cieve
laudUui, tariff tiukering aud tha de
pression they have wrought weigh
down the soale aveu against tbe fright
ful ravages of the greatest war of the
EMTOB Li.NuKiLL.of the Wllkoi-Barre
Telephone, a writer of much local rj
nown,receutly attended divine ptrvlOM
in the new Elm Park QnQrOQ and heard
tbo batik chime Iho coronation hymn
Ho thtranpon wrote- "it is ont of the
most bi'iiutiful und OOEafortaW church
es in the country. T lie grandeur
mid comfort of the plaoe, Instead of
datnaUng from the spirit of wor.ship,
gave a dignity, gravity and worth to the
scene that a shed orient would not have
afforded Yes, 'the Lord's house should
be a good one " ll has yet to be proved
that diirmty. beauty and solemnity of
ivrronndtnga, reinforced by tha anno
bliog poWtt of sacred muilo fittingly
randartd, Involve any lacrifiMol the
sincerity of religious worship, or jaop
aru tha Uoaity cordiality ot OhtUtian
bi, 'tiler hood.
DE.ATH OF MR. CHILDS.
It ha bven sail ntuy times of
Qoorgt V fluids that he was a tvpicil
Ainerloan. Tli atsertion is tfofiattef
ing to the American character, whiob,
m us typical repiesentati'ins. fail to
approximate tht betieyolem e, the phil
anthropy aud tht largo-heart e.1 oon
ervttm of the creator of the Phlla-
dtlphta L'dger. It is not tin essential
Iv Auieiioan characteristic to ilo good
'or tht I'liro low i'f doing it. to utili-1
the fortune winch prosperity batows
in artifices of htOtTOltOOt aud gentTOt
lty rather than in schemes of Nil en
rtchmsot; to matntalo tn nnrnffl'd
ealm in the mldat of seething uud
frothing oomptUMon j aul to base an
unwavering QOOftdtOCI 00 the not al
ways ptrotptiblt trtamph of cantor,
honesty and strict regard for those
liitugs that are morally best. Tner1
are Americana who exhibit that traits,
rut thev are not trntonl Amsrioans;
they are. rath.-r. excei'tion.il Amen
can ia whom virtue pay Us retails
lory ra pacts to the vies ttiat is so
steadily in evidence
Mr. Childs, than, was an tzcsptional
Americm Hi ws sxaptlonal tirt
of all, in tho opportunity which he
seemed to tit into as if destiny werj at
work in the upbuilding ot !m obJsrio
ter, The quirt, moral home life of the
most Jomeeiic of our great cities hid
never had what-c in fairly be CiHtd a
represent it ; . BtWtptptr until Mr.
Childs. almost by chance M it seems
from the viewy int of toliy. took hold
of the Public Ledger and made of it
tho maotmant that It Is, Pi the next
plaoti Mr. Childl was exception -il in
tha apparent ansa with which sucsjss
cine to him Tbtrt have leen
men who. to all outward appearances,
have striven tenfold as bar J he; aud
who, upon s'litHer scales, have emu
lated all tiis virtu s. yet they hive gone
down in tbs battle, beaten if not hu
miliated, while Mr. Chi Ids, with what
looked like the sheer buovancy of
chance, nad guue high and still higher
on the swelling tile of complete pros
perity. It is quite possible that wj
should attribute this ssreaity of vic
tory as much to the laantatM if n
ture which did not let the world know
of its care and itragtla aul trials, as
to any other cauie. It som-ithiug.even
in an age of turmoil and doubt, to fsel
assured that in one COBSpiCOOOS In
stance. lnes won a more a perfect
material and earthly recouipsnse than
any that we can say has yet rewarded
the undssertlng s?eker after wealth
aad f ansa Nor doa it detract from
the consolstion to assort, without evi
dence la proof, that his rstompanss
was the btind awar! of lack.
No man can bo accused of lacking in
individual strength, discretion and
mental equipoise who shall offir, us
evidence of his deserving, the creation
of a journal which for thirty years has
ben received Into the homes of Phila
delphia upon a footing of trust and
reverence BCCOrttod to few printed
thing apart from the Hible, the fan
ily cook book anl th parlor album. If
it was in some respects an accident
which gavs Mr. ( "nil Is tha owuership
of the Ledger, it was not accident
which made hli control of it a mast
erly trinmph of fine dlsrretion, un
f. i.-g .' 1 patio'it conservatism vi I
an intuitive insight into tha habits and
manners of his great newspaper con
stituency Tiie ability to direct an en
torprise so difficult, exacting, delicste
and careful as is involved in the suc
cessful conduct of a large family
n'-wipnper includes well-nigh all the
qualificstion for temporal success. If,
in addition to all these, and if, as va
rut ions In his great capacity for ben
evoler.o", Mr ' hllds occasionally dis
played little foibles and crotchets
such, for instance, as his fondness for
poblic mention, his passion for enter
taming distinguished icuests, his pre
dilection for rare china and quaint
clocks who d(esa not feel that these are
picturesque and not unpleasant foils to
the central portrait of a gt tat nod true
man, benignant, kindly, helpful and
generous, a very prl'ice in the nobility
which Is conditioned upon real worth '
THE NEW COLLECTOR.
Tht decision of Sinator Herring, who
will today take foimal poisossion of
the office of internal revenue collector
for the Twelfth district of I'ennsylva
tila. to continue the liendqilartern of
the district in the handsonm spirt
m-nts fitted up for It InScranton's now
federal building, Is one which the ni w
collector will not regret. While this
city is not In the geographical center
of the district, it lain the center of
business and social gravitation; audit
will prove most ndvantageotis to tbo
greatest number of business men com
ing within ('o)lectur Herring's jurisdic
tion to make no sudden- change in the
arrangements that were so successful
under tbe occupancy of RttillOg Ool
We also tblak that lie Is proceeding
wisely In not making violent and
brupt changes in the personnel of hie
office. No doubt It will bs distasteful
to tha numsrous and tagr Detuocratu
who expect to profit by Mr. Herring's
appointment not to get atonce into the
spoils trough and revel accordingly.
Cut the typo of Democrat who can see
no further significance In the public
service than private and selfish gratifi
cation constitutes, as we firmly be
lieve, a small proportion of the citizen
ship of this district. Above and be
yond their persouul smbitlons and
pulls tower the business interests of
the people; and Mr, Herring will not
fall in the estimation of n discriminat
ing public if ho shall consider first this
larger welfare-, boforj proceeding to
satisfy the pettier demands of the
clamorers for political place.
A we interpret Hepuolioaa seuti
ni ii t . there Is no geuoral desire among
the political opponents of the tuoomlug
Collector to cling tenaciously to the
skirts of his personal favor. Tht 'me
View of a ere lltftbls civil lerv'cedo'N
not meat) i ho perp-tu itlon in ffi t f
one class of partisans, to the i BOlUlOO
of nnv other class. Krpnbllcaus, gen
erally, do not ask for themselves o Id
which they would deny, under Minil ir
CtrCUmstaOOtt, to their opponent. It
is sufficient to expect the same consid
erate treatment that would be accorded
t0 mentor ions servient private busi
ness employment . trsiitiuoit that i(i
ROOTS mere favoritism, but yet not
iniBinerily nndtgntflsd an l crust Wt
much mistake the chiracter mid inten
tions ol I lie new collect. ir if he pro
poses to depreciate tht sfQ Money of Ills
department's work in iurrudw to the
partisans who threaten to stampede il
uot instantly Installed in uflice.
PLEDQI AND FULEIl.MlNl.
During tht odnttdtfttlOn Ol tha Wil
son bill in tho house, ii delegation of
Wilkes-ltirro manufacturers, wc in
panted hv a representative ol their em
ploya went to Washington aqd had
tang conference with U oiieseutilt ive
nines it is nhdsrstood that ho uthrtd
thsm ii would uss ev.'i v poislbls f
fort to secure fair treatment of then
industries iu the original bill , that if
nnsnccealnl before the oommlttee, ho
would offer ttntndmenti on th tl tot of
the house and that, if btattn ttiure, he
would stand out against the bill' pas
Sk,, tVSn if It were forced to victory
over his p itltical OOrpit
This was Hines' promise. How
about his performance' Ltt usMin-
lot, Tht Wilson bill finite out of com
mittee with the Lncrutf industries
upioteoted. and If tha member from
Lui -rue tnado any overwhelming pro
I test in commlttst, tht foot bssssoapsd
'notice. Next, tho bill passsd through
I the am tudment crisis in committo ) of
Ithewboltand bars, again, the repr-
. s-'titativ." from t tie Twelfth lURnagtl
to screen hi furious opposition rsrj
SUOOtafully frou the pu'ilia gSEl
Lastly, the bill came to a final vote,
with the fres coal clause still threaten
Ing loa to Lusrnt miners; tile laco
sohtdnla still menacing the Lustres
lace linkers and th-s iroi and steel
duties slid off 't ing SSrlOM pirll to
Lnserna fahloners of this important
metal. Surely, here, if anywhere, was
the place for Hines to rise to tiis op
portunity. It would have taken very
little elixir of manhood at this critic il
priod to have tur.ioi tha tide among
Democratic malcontents against the
Wholt nauseating hodgt podge of
Chimerical experiments and economic
Anl Hines voted uny N.iv, nay,
not he. Ha walked right no to the ad
ministration rack, bit off a nibble of
uostal patronage, a piltry Nanticoke
appointment which ha threw off as a
sop to the naturalised Hnngarlan vote,
aud then stepped back and voted "aye"
for tne W ilson bill. One month ago,
certain manufacturers and laboring
men in I.uzrne county thought Mr,
Hines their beau ideal of a statesman
and a scholar. That was in the per
iod of Mr. Hines' profuse proruiso nuk
ing. How do they regard this same
individual today? Row do they relish
Mr. Bines' s'vU f paefnrm 'nee.
in the Throug.
An engaging writer in the Philadel
phia Times gives this description of
x-Speaker Qalntht A Qrowahot&e;
"Oltnwood village is one of very maay
whose counterpart existsdn every sec
tion of the state. Tbo ( Irow homestead
and farm buildings face the public
road running from Nicholson throngh
the ast end towns of Suiquehauna.
Tne average country Htore is across the
way and the farm itelf speak for lbs
thrift snd business ability of its owner
Down to Nicholas means a trip on a
oarrow road along Tiiukhannnck creek,
often fifty feet above its bed, and so
ICtntily settled Is the region that but
six house are pasted In the journey ,f
five tin I ". Nicholson Is n Yankee Hot -tlement
over the lint In Wyoming
county of less than O0 population, and
there the Delaware, fjttkaVaona and
W" tern railroad gives communication
with Scranton. to which city all per
sous must go who lUsIrs to visit the
ex-spenksr at hi bonis. Mr. (irow
could not bs mora seclude I or out of
roach unless lis Heleetml u winterj(reu
reserve In the wilds of Ptkoor Wayne. "
P, W ( Irniior, the Petersburg artist.
WbOM studleH of setiery In this vlcin
lty have bnn very favnrntily com
mented up m by art eomioisseurs, will
next ssason work tin ler instruction in
the New York art schr-ols. Mr. (irener
displays marked talent in landscape
painting and will no doubt find proper
recognition In tho metropolitan school
Asa man of wile influence In poli
tics tl'OoOtfOlltl J QsOftt Llsels Is
probably 000 of tht in nt forcible ei
Hinples of modesty up in earth. Ho
OlOttlf does lie attend to his dutlet ns
raperlottodtnt ol thtDslawart aud
Hudson I ' ml '.111 :e iu this city that the
average eitll ID would scin nly lie
aware of his tllttSOOt but for th" ad
miration of hi fi lends When sfftOl
Ive work is necessary at eleilon time,
however, ox-doutruller Kn de can al
way be relied upon. Although con
stantly rendering assistance to friend
who dotlrt support politically, Mr.
Kisele doss not appear anxious for of
fdotal honors. Ills election as oitv
oontrollsr was cisarly an instanoe ol'
tbe office I. in;; tbo man, and tha
records will show that tho office m idu
a wise selection
It It Rlaht In the Ss-lm.
The directors of TU TaiSI t: have
peelslcsuie for cuugratulatloii At tbe
tiuniisl meeting the otlier day tim ucro
tary'e (t'ltement showed en Incressiof
ijti.iKio in business during MM Undsr Ihs
direction of Professor Wood, Thic Trisjunk
Keeps fornlng ahead of all competitors.
It political columns art IBS must reliable
in the state. Ills a bard hitter al "tig tile
Hoe, uud has plioed the Itepubliciui party
iu Lackawanna in u pnsltiou uf,scurl',y it
never o'.capled b "fore.
A hat It Ussfutn t.
Ra ,SVn iA' is
Tarill doe not make the blind tm the
lame walk, nor doe It raise the dead to
life, but It la a uoml, sound, smiHlhle policy
for the Uuited Statin for Its growth In
riches and clvllizat Itiu, and If It is strlukon
down the people who ia their S"cret hearts
will think us the most shortsighted will be
the foreigners who profit by our folly.
The Trno Stnt of Affir.
h.imiTit Tit gtteii
Tna Tsurorr aav tin neonlc want Mr.
Connell, Inn large measure, thin is the
crue statement ot uiiairs. itiur. ,ouueu
is uot the candidate, it i within his power
t, nav who will uo to counress f milt this
di Itriot this year.
A V uab'.s rq liiltion.
Khafra Trl y emu.
il. T. Sweet, ol llin .News, ties beon m ule
assistant tditor of rut: Tniron "'
Sweet .tan. I foremost am IBM tdt 0tW
paper men of the town, und will proven
viiiuabi Bi'Qaisittod t Ti Tiihiink
He Keeker artar fia
fmtw tttt Beeorsl
Mi Rinse aomar to be a Democrat for
appoint neni ments only.
U iVtsntit) Cuw; al m4f tovjt
JWJ,.'m?u iitt .t .
Cunt the Tobacco Habit essllr wlthontdls
THE MEANING OF THE WORD.
Fleece Lined Hygienic
litis is un fukr. Try It nod be
CAPES 18 INCHES DEEP.
Trench Coney rape, Is in h"- deep... 3 hi
Astrakhan Oapasi " " .... sou
Astralthan Capst, " " .... 30"
Atsrakban Oapss, " " .... sou
liyd OpoaraSO Capes " " U 00
Meneey Oapss " H .... i-ue
M aikev Capes, ' .... Ij hi
Net OtterCapss, " " .... vo ui
Nat. Utter OepSS, " " .... 3o(ii
Krimmer Cupes, " " .. .. I'i 0U
Heaver CSpSS, " " .... -3 OU
RutrlsCapes, " " .... isou
Seal or Persian Capes " .... 16 00
Alaska Seal (.'apes, ' " .... 3 hi
Alaska Seal Capes, " .... WW)
Mink Capes. " " W 00
drown Marten f'upu " VS (SI
CAPES 22 INCHES DEEP.
Astrakhan Capw, -' inches deep .
Baltic Sea I "apes.
Klectric .-. l Cap,
Krench C oney I ape, "
Mfuk (.'apes, 11
Brown liarxen Capes,
Mulikey ' .ti-es, "
. U On
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. i in
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Highest Cash Prices Paid for Raw Furs.
Repairing Furs a Specialty.
LAN K HOOKS
OHice Supplies of all kinds
Inks and Mucilages
Wnri'.w VTERM N and FRANK
UN FOUNTAIN PBNflt
Agtnti for Crawford's Pens and
Buok'i Flexible Rubber Statnpe.
Stationers and Fngr..ven.
hit LAI KAWANNA am.
EDWIN G. LLOYD
423 Lackawenna Avenue.
WIS DON'T wan't our friends to'tlnnk
ns pedantic: we certainly are not
runniiiK a liindrarten, but the niuuo
of the month interests 11a,
We're jnsl found out that it is from
thtLatlu word FfMCO-t0 purify by
That ntiplusso aptly to our etoclc
and our intentions that wu can't help !
mentioning It -
Ju.t on the evo of nnr ilupurlure for j
inni i.et wt pro pots now to CLEAN I
OUT TllK ODDS AND ENDS, trtn j
if wt do have to tuaku it front aactifius J
to do It.
I IDon't Fail
I to G-et Your
As at the Prices Quoted They Will
Not Last Forever.
Body Bru8seh Carpat, -Tapestry
Brussels Carpet. -Extra
Heavy Ingrain Carpets,
Good Ingrain Carpets,
Best All-Wool Ingrain Carpets,
Moquette Rugs, 36x72,
Axminster Rugs, 27x63,
Smyrna Mats, 18x36,
$1.25, cut to 98c.
- $1.15, cut to 85c.
- 67c, cut to 43c.
65c, cut to 45c.
- 25c, cut to 19c.
75c, cut to 57c.
$5.50, cut to $3.98
- $4,50, cut to $2.79
- 75c, cut to 39c.
Goldsmith's $ Bazaar.
DO YOU SELL?
Ol. ARB YOU
of Mixed Gaudy, Clear Toyi,
w any style of Candy or Nuts,
Bxpraas Wagons, Velodpedea,
Trioyoles, Doll 'uIjs, Drnnu
or Toys of every kiutl.
biniv Dolls, Va Dolls,
Patent Dolls, Jointed Dolls,
any fciud of doll from ctoi j
SLEDS OR SLEIGHS
For Boys, (litis or Dolls, iu
Maple, ak or Iron, from -je.
We have the goods and our
NEVERSLIP HORSE SHOE
Removable and Self-sharpening Calks,
We are sole agents for Bradford. Columbia, Lacka
wanna. Kuzerne, Montour, Pike. Sullivan. Susquehanna.
Wayne and Wyoming counties, State of Pennsylvania
Catalogue on application.
Wholesale aud retail dealers' ic Wa?onmaers' al Blacks mitus'
Supplies. Iron and Pte!.
E.aTr Whulfsa 'THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CC
J. D. WILLIAMS & ERO
314 Lacks. Avo.
WsinaWf J BI'CCIAI.TY .,f lUplHOfOSM
lulttcug tor .SumUf Schools, furs ViV.lvuli
-CRANTON AND Wil.KES PAKRE. TA . MAXVFACTi. BIBS I
Locomotives and Stationary Engines, Boiler;
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
General Oflice. SCRANTON PA.
Walter's Stock of Dry Goods
MONDAY. FEBRUARY 5
308 Lacka. Avenue,
AND AT THE
New Stores Lacka. Ave.
ASK YOUR GROCER AND INSIST UPON HIS FURNISHING YOU WITH
fTHE DUTHEIL STUDIO,
OIK LACKAWANNA AVEXI K,
JL Ol- SCK ANTON. I' A.
DKlvICIOUS, SUGAR OUnHI)
EVERY HAM AND RAIL OF LARD BRANDED.
THE ST0WERS PACKING CO., SCR ANTON, PA
ffHB TRADE SUPPLIED
Hy " n roiitrKot Willi
4 fmnie factory to tmii out I.OW
train. betwen now und Clir.at
J limi. I tnh tiiannoiincn ti.ttin nub
lie tliRt 1 will uuk.. a til. M INI'
UKAtUfl I'OUTKAIT coiiiwl iri'iu
nnv mnall unu ABSOLUTELY FREE OF
la i i m RTvt-s oi- i'ramki raoM
Frme 30 per cent, leiw thau regular pries
E. UUXUE1L, Artist.