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THE PCTf ANTON TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING. APRIL 23. 1894.
F. E. WOOD,
Fnuinn PAI1.Y AM) WBIS.L.Y IN SCHAS
TON. PA.. T I'll 'SHIHUN PUBMBIHNO
Nrw YotiK Office: Tnincsi Bbildiso.
Fnasi B, (Iray, Manaoeii
iiUsrerf of rif PottoffiM nt ViT.mton. fo.. a
StYCnd-Class Vaii Hatter.
THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE.
BOBANTOM, A PHIL 3. lS'.U.
An iNTKiiiis'iiNU puint in libel will be
decided whoa It is lanrned bow much
Editor Orr of the llnrrisburg: Patriot
will be iii'ilcteil m law for culling mi
opponent "political tramp." No
doubt Philanthropist Coxay views the
progress of this cade with feelings of
warm personal concsru.
Strike of Soft Coal Minors.
Patrick McBryoV, the loeretary and
treasurer of tha United Jlin Work
er of America, a labor organiza
tion at whose command 180,000 men
mifri;d n the bittiuiinans 001 mining
industry in WSt)rn Pennsylvania,
Ohio, Indiana, ports of Illinois and
Wet Virginia on Saturday went on
strike, aDDOQDcaa tb purpose of this
vast movamant to be "to improve trade
condition! which have boon destroyed
ly the iinbusiuess-like methods and
rvekUssuoss of the coal operators."
Lost this explanation niiiibt be regarded
as too brief, he elaborates it by saying
that the co il trad baj developed mora
rapiiily than tha necessities of the
com, try require, enu.-ius; a relentless
competition in which unscrupulous
operators have sought to secure trade,
regardless of the welfare of their em
ployes: wheranpon the honest opera
tors. In self defence, had to meet these
afgraalioni by aggression of a similar
kind. Wiiires, sars Mr. McUrvde,
Cntuo down until men were in starvation,
while Caving the name of being at work.
It was useless to strike in one locality, as
those baruacies on tin trade Were to be
found everywhere. The miners reduced
their Wages to giw the fair operator a
cbsnce to xist, hut tbev have btn pa
tiently preparing forth preaent movement.
They seek Jirst, a gei.eral su-peuMou ti re
move the surplus coal livm the market.
They will ask tba operators to meat them
ana estaolisn a scale of mining on a rair
ami tquiub! basis that will let all secure
a share of the trade. If they succeed
in this movement, then their susp-ns.ou
will cou-o to an snd and everybody, In
cluding the General liahlie, will be hjne-
Httej. If we fail to secure such a meeting,
theu the right will go on uutil tl.ere Is VIO
tcry or defeat I trust, however, that tl.o
sense of fair play among the coal operators
ef the country is such that before loug a
BCaJe will be made a:nl peace aud imruiniiy
restored to the miners of the country.
Oil : i - ut the stnkr have, it if
said, made careful preparation to avoid
incident of violence; audi, far as a
majority of tiie miue owners are con
cerned it is probable tnal they wi.l, at
present, make little etl'ort to coutiuue
tha operation of mines that, tiuaaciaily,
ave been for several inoi.tli scarcely
Ktter than Mlf-tnataining, Nevartho
le.'s, tba forcing of 130,000 uungry mn
into idlen3 at a Una vvaen tne inone
t,r s:ri::,'r .ey wasalroa'.y extraorli
iiary is a d"d 10 entirely opposed to
all probabilities of success that it ij
difBeilttO see how great distress can
Le averted ; or bow, when dafaat or
desperation shall goad tbesi unfortu
nate striker on, it will be possible
to avert blooiy collisions witu the law
While the publie very generally
sympathizer deeply with the men who
compose this great organisation, and
hopes to sea them git b Iter wages
and steadier work, it cannot forget
that an inter-itate strike of these pro
portions, incalculably hurtful at any
tim, involvs an ler the peculiar con
dition in vogne at this period a blow to
the already depressed business interests
of the whole country, and to hundreds
of thousand of wag earner in otbar
branches of industry, worse than aay
which could he dalt by tba employers
of the land, and so inconceivably un
wise us to snggf it madntM ratuer than
V.'r UU In dabUd t.. the estemd
Pittsburg Chroniele-'felegraph for the
interesting information that "while
the anthracite digger will not be
called out at present, it la announced
that in case hard coal is used to raise
stuam where bituminous fuel ia now
employed, that region will b rendered
inoperative by the strike." Tii illy
season of 1891 has evidently become im
Ultully sovero, in the vicinity of the
confluence of the Monongahela and the
MB, DtPKW, unori bis return to N'ew
York, elaborately defends the right of
n railroad employe to eek any olective
oflice "undeterred by prejudi and un
punished by Ignoran." We take
great pleasure, therefore, in nominat
ing Mr. Depew for an elective oflice,
the presidency itself, of the New
York Central railroad.
The New Normal School.
Although Ihiy made a spirited bat
tle to have the new slat normal hool
located in their own city, exhnoititig
fair weapons in an honorable, open
rivalry, Scran ton ian accented defeat
good naturedly and bore no malico.
Th almost phenomenal success of the
btrondsbnrfr institution ilnee its open
ing, last September, hae been a fact of
which our own sitiztn have been ap
propriately proud, and to which they
have contributed not s. littl in point
both of attendance and of pnblio in
dorsement. The work of th principal, Osorj
P. Bible, aine its Inception last aut
umn, baa amply sustained tne high
reputation which Professor liibla bad
previously sustained during hi ten
year' career a a public institute con -dactor
and instructor. Together with
liii twelve enthusiastic: assistants in the
fnculty, h ha justiliod the confideue
of th people of this educational dis
trict, and they have, in their turn,
evinced recognition of th faet by plac
ing 4G0 of thnir son and daughters
under hi tuition, an attendant al
most without, parallel in the first year
of a new im'iitntion.
With a start io advantageous, It is
fair to expeot great good to result from
i hi thirteenth addition to the Hat of
our atate normal aehools. While there
nre some features of the state normal
school system in gtneral whicb all oh
servers do not endorse, it wonld be im
possible to deny tho widespread useful
ness to this district of tha college for
teachers at East Stroudsburg; and it
will be the general hops that it may
receive such additional support, from
legislature and poo pie, a may be
needed to further i quip aud sustain it.
In CKLEhRATlNO its tenth annivers irv
ou Saturday our esteemed neighbor.
the Truth, dinportol itself in six''ii
wH filled ps(5, enclosed in a twaa i
fnl litograpblo cover. Included in the
admirable table o contents were spec
ial contribution from esch member ol
th Truth staff, ono from ex-Grovrnor
Beaver, an entertaining feuilleton from
the pen of Edward A Nivn of Wilkes
Larro and sevoral other feature of
equal timeliuess and qnality. Tanen
as a whole tho isua was one of the
most creditable newspaper productions
ever issued in this city, and it affords
The Triiiunk nnqasHfled satisfaction
to oomplitnanl Publishers lisrrett and
Jordan upon th substantial prosperity
which attends thair labor iu this held
Thk Prii.adui.i'iiu Prs sharges
"one candidate for litmteuant gover
nor" with having telegraphed an offer
of $2,000 for the votes of tha delegates
of a certain county. Who is the candi
date and whoro is the proofV The man
who wonld do a thing like that would
render himself liable not only to igno
minious defeat but also to confinement
iu an asylnui for the insane.
That Carnival of tho Cranks.
Tho theory npon which our govern
ment is founded accords ample chance
for the nroper expression of public
opinion with reference to national
legislation, passed, pending or pur
posed, without recourse to mob npris
lugs, popullstif sedition or crack
brained crusades on tha part of an
irresponsible rabble. It is competent
for any citizen or number of citizens
to avail themselves of tha right of
petition, to send delegates to Washing
ton, to confer by mail or personally
with (heir Iprntativl in congress,
and, finally, to resort to that sovereign
remedv, the ballot. In time of pence,
no condition cm be lmugined which
would, after these methods of recourse
had been xbuustvd, necessitate addi
tional aetion. The processes of orderly
argument aud amicable reqnstt are
adeciuste to cover any and all emer
gencies not belonging to war, riot,
s- dition or rebellion.
In point of unfitness, th present
eongTMl haa won uncommon notoriety.
It has violated sacred pledges, tr iianled
upon popular rights an 1 persisted in an
economic agitation which, it could
plainly see, wa precipitating business
stringency, industrial stagnation ami
general (offering. Under the lush of
rebel brlgadi-srs it has rushed througu
a programme of Motional revenge, and
has dnliberatt-ly chosen a ohiy whose
practi! lTct ur m the great mass of
our citizens hns boon destructive to
industry, subversive to prosperity an 1
ruin ui to all tho hoi.es which d-'-
Vlop upon a b.isis of wilespreal
tranquility. lint it is not to be over-
lookud that tb people themselves delio
erately cuose suc.i lgitati? servants,
rep.acn.g, when tli"y did e, servant-
who hail aecord'd to the nation, eo far
a legislation conld lullutnco it, a
measnr of popular prosperity byond
precedent in In annals of the repub
lic. In such a situation, it becomes
disaflectel voters to restrain taeir in
dignation until it can take practical
an I legal expression at the polls; and
not, through tramp gatherings or dis
orderly assemblages, to seek to visit
upon the Draoeratls majority in cor
gress a vengeance whioh belongs pri
marily to the people who seUcted that
majority and who ought to have known
at the time that tbey were playing
Ia the crisis which confronts the res
ident of Washington, whoss streets
are about to te invaded by the roving
vagrants, enthusiasts and outcasts that,
together with a modienm of sincere
pilgrims unbalanced by tne gravity of
tbe present business ipideniio, form
what is known as i oxey'e army, there
is but one sentiment among the people,
and that ia the aeutitnent of pity.
Tkere must be firmness on th part of
tbe district official else will this inva
sion have most disastrous result. Hut
greater, even, than this responsibility
Is that which rests upon the adminis
tration itself, which, by Its course in
tracking to the ill-balantod minds
that form the froth aud foam of our
electorate, baa invited this invasion,
and cannot, either with oonaisleacy
turn it away, or, with slf-respect, re
ceive it. The episode from it very in
ception haa been the most potent of all
possible argument againlt th furtbr
supremacy of a party which owe it
power to agitator of tii Coxay atatnp.
and yet it is an argnment that 1 in it
self a humiliation ami, in iiu senses,
a national disgrace
THE MWSl'APKK enemies of Mr. Pow
dttiy are hot on the trail of hi "threat
ened conviclxn for official irregularl
tiiis and expulsion from th knights."
Meanwhile Mr. Powderly cats three
hearty meal per day, deeps well at
night, progresses pladdly toward a fa
miliarity with Blackitoue and enjoy
th andiminilhd esteem of all his
neighbors and friends. He bss been
under fire before.
An Artful Dodge.
The concerted cry of the Cameron
clique is tbut Pennsylvania's aenior
senator i not now a candidate for re
election; that other queation of great
er importance than his rs-elsction do
mand the country's attention nnd that
an expression at this time with refer
ence to Cameron will tend to compli
euto mutters and ought not to bo aiade.
There wa a time in the history of
Pennsylvania Republicanism when
such a travesty on argument might
have been efficacious, That time has
passed. The people today rscognizs
nothing sacred in tbe personality of a
disobediout and unlit sorvant; nor do
they concede th impropriety of bring
ing this servant to an accounting,
whether now or upon any otker occa
sion. They are about to shoos more
than a score of state senator who will
participate iu the election of Mr. Cam
eron's suocessor; and they are not pre
pared to admit that they have no right
to know bow these senatorial oaudi
daUs would aot.
It is pouible that th "raising of the
Cameron issue" will "complicate mat
tara," That is principally what it is
raised for. It will "complicate" tb
schemes of those who misrepresent
their constituents and Ignore their
party platforms, and we somehow cn-
iov the nrosDect. But it will simplify
the processes of representative govern
ment and add to th respoot iu which
this commonwealth is generally held.
His INEFFABLE r ice, too a- Duke of
Ssl C biu g Ootaa, ieiug also by vir
tue of Uis uuiri-iH into the Gu-loh
family Dnke of Elinburgh in the
Scotcii pi i-rag- end r.- i at of ft Brit
ish annuity of 50,000, lies reason 'o
thank bis lucky mar mat the Engl'-h
people, like their Yankee consin , i1
light to he brim bugged. Otherwise
caustic LaboUOhsrVa little scheme to
Ont off this uselea pension woul 1 Dot
have been defeated the other day in
the Libtral commons, and the jealous
L.heral chancellor of the exehtimer.
Sir William Harcourt, would net hayo
had occasion to stab his ofli.-ial chief
by remaking with a horrified gesture
that "he had never felt more keeulv the
absence of the great leader whoso per
gonal inliueuoe in suah matter had
been so great. " Altogether, the com
bination of sycophancy, snobbery
and lolomn imbecility that sometime i
exhibit themselves in the polities of
Mother Britain are highly calculated to
make Americaus tirod.
Lain auliumu,! lMI.,l,,l,,liiii I'reuj
wouiii iirop innueuuo ann come rigui
out into the open in it fight against
tho president of the Statu League of
Kupublivan clubs, it would cratify
many admirers, bore aud elsewhere,
its attemnt to tab the Robinson candi
dacy in the back by th weapons of tb
nolitic.il assassin would seem to invite
distrust rather than credence.
Editor of Tin; TniiiUNt.
Dear Sir: Your recent editorial
"Fot the Young who Toil" bear the
mark of sincerity an I is therefore
worthy of th attention of the few
thinking mortals who hve given the
social problem of the present, in this
locality, li m serious thought. 1 tav
a few, for it is even strange to bear ftu
editor nttr himself eriously nov--day
He, too, like tbe rest Oi us, must
look to the circulation of his papt sod
tlavor his oil of tlttlery to suit tb
taste of hi patrons But this is not
personal, Mr. Editor. The practical
Christianity part is, of course, s very
old theme How many tunes htvo w
not heard it--how many tbonsaod
times ' And with what dramatic ef
fect, too ' And yet tb theme is ever
now to us from the lips or pn of a
liOCOT mortal or, a I should rtv,
from the heart Ah' if wn could only
takd even the poor, little tuak'sheii of
a CI ristisnitj of ours to w rk with us
on Monday morning ami stop braying
about it! It is a poor, Utile s-lfish con
tract with most OI us even on Sunday,
but it Would be better th in nothing ou
The plan outline 1 bv Rv. Mr. Nice
will commeii 1 it-ielf to many who are
interested ill th "hnudr'ds of boys
and girls nndar the ncsstty of work
ing for a livelihood;" hut what of
these hard-faced children and youths
who trot thein streets every day and
are not under the necessity of working
for a livelihood Thr are your big
school castles ou every hilltop, latig i-
ing at your American Immensity, and
br on tli' sa streets are bnodrcds of
bard-faoad obildrra pining for th
breaker or the mill ratuer tnan go to
echo il, like tho youth of English Ms
portl ;iiing for the navy, Kven
worse t ii ui) this, for the navy giv-s th
English y"Uth some hard lessons in dis
cipline, while these Sams young idlets
of ours will each take to himself a
wife before he is sc.: M of bis
small clothes; and he is tb stall that
hall make your law makers, yonr
indgta, yonr jurie. and your "holes
in th wiill," by and by, us in lee I his
I. is buger broil, are making them
now to uo vry small extent.
What tioi about university X ten
sion, lecturing on tli poet, etc , I used
to hear from this Vullov away out III
the country, an I how I used to envv
the lot of this enlightened people with
all its faajlitls for education and wis
dom. Tnere ar, no doubt, a few, far
above my hurobl- station, whose rap
ture hIi mt Byron and 8hikprt at
tributes are lo t i-ffeeted, leu for on of
these there are a thonsand snectscled
men, young and old, who would go Into
real rapture if aouo goo 1 professor
would grew eloquent for them over the
science of ball playing or the price of
corner lot. Y have a public library
In this oily to be proud or 'Hie libra
rian's reports show, if I mistake not,
that we ar a reading public and tint
we read the best books. 1 myself have
watched many a tim with much in
terest the larce number of poopin,
young and old, who patronize this
fountain of learning, and yet. In mv
daily intercourse with peotd of tne
working clas Ilk myslf, poplewlth
wliom 1 SMOOiatC, and of wnom 1 must
be allowed to have as enlightened a
knowledge as the next, I must confess
tbat I see very little trace of this at
lgd thirst for wisdom. Truly we all
read something, hut it is only ou iu
several bUndrad among us that knows
what to rad,--n lifficult task enoagh,
indeed, today, m lO several hundred
that knows how to read an author,
and, the o j cl of all reading, one in a
thousand n io uas learned to think.
While I was looking over the publi
cations in a Scruutou hook store re
cently, an intelligent looking man en
tered and said to the clerk:
"I want to buy a book for my girl "
"What book do you want, ir," ,,, d
"Don't kDOW yet) a good large one
if anv j and eheap "
"Weill bets i good book, "showing
Have thatthe. biggist Uo out of
"Here is another popnlar book,"
showing him Stevenson's celebrated al
legory. "Have that, too, bigger li still."
"Then here is a very popular book
called "The Prairie Schooner" (I think
that was the title).
"(iuess I'll take that," and off ho
walked with his "Prairie Sobooner."
I asked a friend one day what he was
reading, "The Act of Extemporaneous
Speaking" was the answer. Ahlthat
Is tbe nit that most of us cultivate
with a vengeance. Now if some such
projeet sb that of Mr. Mill's will only
teaoh the youth not only how to read
and what to road but also tho art of
"extemporaneous" thinking, we may
discover something about this labor
and capital question tbat few of us
have yet dreampt of. W might In
deed reach the root of the matter. We
aro not prepared for learned leoturos on
the poets yet. Far from it, friend.
The most of us are still in a very crude
stnte; and these affected raptures shall
decoiv no man witn his eyes open.
DO not be deceived.
The following brands of
White Lead are still made by the
"Old Dutch" process of slow cor
rosion. They are standard, and
The recommendation of
" Atlantic," 'Beymer-Bauman,"
" Jewctt," "Davis-Chaniher3."
"Fahnestock," "Armstrong 4 WcKelvy,-
to you by your merchant is an
evidence of his reliability, as he can
sell you cheap ready-mixed paints
and bogus White Lead and make a
larger profit. Many short-sighted
dealers do so.
For Colors. N.Hionnl Lead Cn.'s Pure
Wlme Lead Tinting Color, ;i one-pound i. to
a lypound kK ,.t Lead ami bus your own
paints. s.ics lima Un,i gjmoysnca In etstebiflg
(hades, una Insures the best paint tbat It is
pos Ibis tu put i ii wood,
SinJ us a postal card anil eel "ur hook on
paints ami loU.i-iaid, fur; it will piohably
MVu, uu a RooU many ilullau.
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A i;oi)il Mnyor Urolhors (imro I'lun
A Plrth & I'ohil 8iuni' I'lani
A fOOO l'luphiuiln Kiiii rlaoo
A Tory i!oih1 llostoii Piano Co. W'isliiiit
A very ttimil Vraeetoek I'liriKht l'innu..
A very ood WMnOSk Upright Piano.,
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No artiele of weai in,' apparel for the ensuing six months will be so prevalent and aniversally worn.
lillions have been ami will be made and nearly every Dry Goods Store will keep them. But to get the
proper fit, "there's the rob." V7e have made this branch a study, and not a single garment has been
placed in stock before being thoroughly inspeoted as to tit and workmanship anil at the same timo to bo
Supplied at prices within the reaeh of everybody.
this year can be obtained at nearly the prices ef Cotton last year.
Just think of it; 2.98 will purchase a good .Silk Waist, stylishly
And when it comes to Cotton Waists we have tlieni from 20 cents
Ladies' Capes and
Having just closed out from a prominent manufacturer his entire
Garments. You can et your pick much below the usual prire.
With the New Valves
Out of Sijrht
Our new Iiicyclcs arc now
to be seen at our 514 Lacka-
wanna avenue store
An 1 a full line of Boys' and
Girls' Wheels. We are mak
inc extremely low prices 01
ty low prices on
314 Lacka. Ave.
Reception and Visiting Cards,
Menus and Dinner Cards,
Stationors and EiKjravrr.
B17 I. A (HAW ANNA AVB
N. B. Ws aro ofllerlng ft new
edition of tho Hook of Common
Prayer, well bound In oloth,
Two Copies for 25c.
Single Copies, 13c.
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f 511 1
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1 An A. II. (Iliaso, noiu-ly now, hlRh top,
I iloiihlo rood
1 A 1 IhieasHi ('ottiiiii' nont-lv Raw. hich tt-p,
pio doable reed
isn a woroeetefi Dearly now, iiih topi
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AND INSIST UPON HIS FURNISHING YOU WITH
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Utk&EiEa LHJi WdJf UUO'J:
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SILK WAISTS $
For ONE ELK we will sell Enamel A are at the following unpre
Tea and Coffee Pots
ONE-QUART, TWOQCABT, HIREE QT ART, FOtTB-QCABT, FIVE QUART,
A OC. ATC. 55C. 60c. 70C,
AiS(1 )llSl,,n Bnj Preserring Kettles, Banco Pans and Tuts,
Wash Iiishes and Tea Kettles at oqnally low prions,
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227 Lackawanna Avenue
EVANS & POWELL, Proprietors.
ur. inn t-son CONWAY HOUSE
Ret tooth. J.Vifl; bout U for sr.il.1 esM
nl tooth with Mt iiUsto. ollo.l erwti nJ
brMae ork. rll d.r i rli-o mid relroi.o.w
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305 SPRUCE ST., op. Old foet Office.
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