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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MOKPTUTO. APRIL 28. 1894.
F. E. WOOD,
rtJBMSDEn nalt.Y ANP WXBK J - V IN Sl'BAS
rON, PA.. UV VlIB UUIUUNK FUBLISUING
S S Your mcsi Bcildino,
Frank 8. ov.kt. VitosR.
Lntertd at the Paita'JIce at Fcranton, fa, at
Steond-Clast Hail Hatter.
THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE.
BCBAHTOR, APRIL SS. 1894.
It is bkcause the American p-opl
iovs n light! that so inuny of them ur
SIMdoUl to see Figlititiij Jnck Robinson
whip big trsdnssri nud win tUo nomi
n.ition At orirt and the ixms timo.
Tom Reed at Pittsburg.
The reception nceonletl lint evunlntj
;o ex-Speaker lifted hy the nismtiers
md gnssts cf the Atncricna club of
Pittsburg WU an incident well worthy
il more thim passing attention. Tb
personality, not left than the utter
ances, of the hfro of this notable ova
tion evor repays study. Tbo attributes
of political leadership and the means
whereby be daily giini popularity and
wius esteem are worthy of thoughtful
consideration by cit!Z9ti of a govern
ment In whieh great problems of na
tional dentiny ns well as minor subjects
of Individual concern, aro so largely
sffVcted by men of Mr. I5ed's stamp.
To begin witb, it may be aflirmyd of
the American people that they admire
n fiu'liter. Tom Used is above all else
a fighter. He fights fair and is a manly
foe as well as a manly friond; but fiom
the minute he is enlisted in a contest
Ontil tlie contest closes he lights in
CMUntly, furiously and with all his
itreucth. ho neither alkl nor gives
H rter. I. il;e thi pugilist in the ling,
e rSCOgniSN no friend in the antago
nist coufrooting him, and lets fly the
biceps of bis ample brain with tint suit
I'urrose of wiuninir the victory, or being
frat.kly whipped. That fairly won or
.est, he reveals at once a wholly new
jhase of character; and becom by
.uiek transition the most genial, com
panionable) and popular of BSD, His
r.ardest biltiinr SQSDiSS are personally
his warci"st frinnds; and m- n who
would sit up Dightl to plan sch.'in.s of
injuring htm politically would walk
m..es to do hiiu a fv. r in any social
or business relation of life.
Au Individual of whoui this cm be
said must necessarily hive nothiua
small In bis mintal composition. Lit
tle men du not make or hold scch bit
ter profsastonal eiiuinit) and such
warm and Ust.n p.rs nl frimidships.
Tl.o give anJ take of political life in
volvcs every p hticiar, in IsfgS fluctru
tions and constant uucertaintjr. Mr.
Heed, frsli from t!io most complete
parliamentary triumph of this centuiy,
is today high and OlBSt in the favor of
the American misses Hi has the
brains to ITS OS any position in thir
gift uul the msnho il to do ere lit to I
My relation tluy may wish him to as
sume. It it is yet too early to prediet
what his future shall be and too soon
to epeak with confidence as to the Dtlt
turn in the capricious political ti le,
tue fact is steadily Kaining recognition
that Thomas li. Kud is a man born to
fill a larir- pi SOS in the history of his
generation, and to acquire a following
in the polities of the republic of wnicu
we today see, as it Were, only the ad
The rknkweh ac-ivity of the G.orge
Francis 'Iran, industry is another thing
to be chalked on toe debit side of the
An IBTBBSSIOM u vumbtedly obtains
among many persons tuat the Arclie
circlo Is likely srme day to disclose a
now continent, II n tl ioatial witu ref
erence to the i!estmi of fntnre cen
turies as the diMOTorjP of America t.as
bt n to our own. It is this bliua fauh,
opposing lenaciousiy all the facts oi'
oiaervation and science, that er.-atea
nob n sentimental interest In North
Pole exploration. Hiuached bone and
skulls and tales of inestimable suffer
ing merely fan this curiosity until the
Veriest advsntniar is nowadays quite
sure, If he care to take the risk, of re
turning from Greenland either frozen
cotp'e or a perfervid hero and lion. It
is all very s.ily, of eourse. but it is the
The mi epigram of the season is
that winch defines Coxeyism as a condi
tion without it theory.
Meat Ax Economists.
What shall he done with the Ameri
can Indian',' An element in congress,
following our. the somewhat brutal
teaching of pioneer mentors who con
tended that the only good Indian is a
do id Indian, now propose, after having
upent hundre ds of thoutau Is of dollars
in the establishment aud development
of government Indian schools, to can -csl
this investment because depleted
government revanuea point to tho ne
cessity of economy. They do not deign
to argue tbe question of moral duty to
the nation's copper-hued wards. View
ing notning but tho lack of ready
money in tbe treasury, they ery for a
blue pencil and would without scruple
strike out blindly the schedules relat
ing to Indian education.
It occurs to us that this is not a
wholly creditable method of reform.
While it is doubtless necesssry under
the circumstances to restrict all present
appropriations to the narrowest mar
gin consistent with prudent govern
ment, the proposition to rip, hew and
hack In this summary manner is uot
the proposition of wisdom nor the part
of careful statesmanship. Uuder the
supcrintendency of Dr.W. N. Uailman,
formerly of La Porte, Ind., these insti
tutions of learning kept open for the
benefit of the Indian boys and girls
nave made remarkable progress. We
challenge aiiy person who has evor
visited the training ecnool at Carlialo
to deny that the process of education
can be applied successfully to this
branch of tue human family. When
in every walk of professional and com
mercial life reclaimed Indians hold
their own on terms of equality with
the moat favored whites, it is too late
in the discussion to enter the plea of
There is an additional reason why
this effort to sacrifice the present sys
tern of federal education for Indiana
needs to bo resisted. The effort comes
not from intelligent and patient statis
uiau, but from that element in our po
litics which is conspicuous chiefly for
its ignorance and obstinacy. The lead
ing factors in American culture aro to
day iu full byuij-atLy with t..a eudeavor
to make Amends to the surviving Io
dian ooildrsn for 'he great liUt-.rical
injustice d- n to th-ir BBOSStors. II
standards of culture and SOnsoisQOS are
to be subordinated in this one iu.itanc
to mer- mathematical consideration
of temporary economy, and that an ig
norant economy which hacks at figures
lindly, there is no telling where the
barbarian invasion mav spreid. The
congrees which has to a large degree
made itself responsible for such humil
iating manias as Coxeylsm Is not a
congress to be permitted to exorcise
fnll discretion in its Popniistic notions
In the: opinion of most, if not all,
respectable men, the only man meaner
then a demagogue is a convicted crimi
nal; and there nre doubts about oven
this relative rating.
Tni? cholera scare of 1S04 begins un
commonly early; bnt it will not excite
tnnch alarm. Tlie cleansing processes
of tho last two y-.-ars have left this
dread scourge little territory suited
for it to prey upon. Isolated spots imv
exhibit traces of the infection; but so
far, at least, as the United Slates is
concerned, it is possible now to con
sign this conventional scar to the
happ pan tease.
Innuendo as a polities! woupon dulls
its edge against common sense ever
timo it fears to com out into the open.
Get Into tho Clearing.
The at teemed Philadelphia Press
aptly says that "when there are more
candidates than there are places to be
flllsd somebody will necessarily bo dis
appointed. Every ranu who anten the
Bald for a nomination must take his
chances. An open discussion of the
various candidates can do no harm; on
the other hand, it is desirable; aud 1.'
there is any candidate whose nomina
tion would be a discredit and a danger
to the party that Should be made plain
before it is too late." Meeting this
frank outburst with similar frankness,
i ll K TRIBOKI desires on behalf of the
It publican mass-s to know whit one
candidate it refers to wheu, in th
e ims editorial trom which we hav
quoted , It says "thi cliie.' scandal of
me pres.-nt canvtss has bo-n the n -lorion
use of mo-u-y by 4 single candi
date'!" hoe tht Press mean I iener.tl Hast
ings? .It is known tuat he baa "used
money," although not corruptly. ll
has paid postage on Utters, had his
I lOtnrS taken SSd even, as we have
been Informed, maintained a literary
bureau of wnich lbs i'r.-s' political ed
itor has had chanv. AH these things
Uk money, and no doubt General
Hasting has paid tha bills without
thought of iiettitig "notorious" there
by. Hut uisvlf tbs Prss means Wal
tsrLyon. Hs, too, Is circulating liter
ature. His friends are very prop-rir
making his msrits known and to do
this these days SOStS cash. The statu
of Pennsylvania i much too big to en
able ev.-rv body to know all about eyery
other body. If the Pre does not
mean Walter Lyon, whom sUs'doSS i:
mean? W should like to have it
speak out frankly, put its information
at the public's disposal, tad thai lave
trouble. "A danger to the party
should," inde.d, "be mads plain before
il is too late."
The anonymous attark is a method
of fighting unworthy of a great pap-r
which, uot witnoat injustice, aesum l
to be the rSprsSsntatiVS nrwpper of
the Kpubiicaue of this common -iv
I'ros tup. supposition that Walter
Wellrnan, the newest Aretic pole
l.ntit-r, is well paid for hie risks It it
I .' ; to excuse the e.-miDg folly of
bis expedition. Thn question whether
he shall tsru his livelihood in reputa
ble i.ewerapsr work or pnt it on the
hszsrd of n madman's dsah for ie
locked nerttern sea I one for hi per
sonal determination. He alone take
tbs risks; hs alone nesd psy the piper.
uk st men would prefer to attend to
legitimate duties In a climate with
which they are familiar, taking their
chances for bread and fame In the ord
inary and beaten path. Still, Mr.
Wellrnan has a freeman's liberty to
chose, if he please, a more nnusual
course; and having ehoten it, to pursue
it as far as he may desire. The only
point we wish to bring out in this re
lation i that, having assnm-d thl lat
ter risk deliberately, for gain, he no
longer become a propir subject for
printed panegyric and should take his
level with uny other wage earner lack
ing the ?nod judgment that Wags
earners commonly exhibit. The effort
to inflate him into a bold and dashing
hero shonld not be permitted to inflict
npon the Ameriean people a second
edition of Stanley with bis tedious
tropics metamorphosed Into glaciers
From am. accounts the Republican
congreuional fight in the mother coun
ty will from this timo onward be all
that the greateit lovers of Political ex
citement conld desire. Mr Leieenring
without having said much, has done
such a large quantity of tall work in
the lower end that Hon. Morgan Id.
Williams has concluded it is time to
give a sign. Accordingly, his placard
announcements are distributed In all
pnblio places. This will natnrally have
the effect of stimulating tho friends of
Mr. Miner, who iu turn will incite re
nowed activity In the other camps. If
as a result of all this eagornoas a dark
horse like Senator Kline should slip
through, it would be a joke that many
would regard aa having beon not
The NiCAitAUUA canal jobbers are re
viving the tepid cry that Eugland will
jrrab this invaluable waterway if the
United State does not at once endorso
the stock jobbers' bonds. The notion
is absurd, hut it servos its immediate
purpose. Jingo patriots, under sub
sidles from tho chief of promoters, aro
making the Welkin ring.
To what extent, if nt all, the Phila
delphia Press r. present General Hast
ings in its anonymous fusillade at the
candidacy of Jack Robinson, we are, of
course, unable to say; but of one thing
we are sure, The hero of Johnstown is
uot the man to favor knifing another
man la the back. The manner iu which
the Press would embarrass its frieud
in the not improbable event of Repre
sentative Robinson's nomination on
the samo ticket with General Hustings
onght to be obvious eveu to the author
of the Prt-ea' covert attsoks.
Tjie kkputatiun which Senator Allan
b gnu w en ' .'(inke for sixteen con
-eciitiy- hours in sdvocacj of ir.e
silver coinage mis teen abundant))
utaiii"il iu tiie r-ent activity of his
loWsrjaW. Hs is fast becoming tbe
premier demagogo of bis day.
One OK the chs-sl eimleuts of the
woman suffrage problem once said be
wss in favor of woman having that
piivilejge but would be sorry to seo her
use it. And doesn't that pretty well
cover the common sense of the subject
as the case now tttauds?
Senator BBId will discover before
he gets through witb trying to concili
ate the Populists that the game is not
worth tho candle. The only sure cure
for such political disorders a this is to
let them die of their own voraciou
volubility. ACCOBDlVa to most Democratic or
gans these Cony uprisings are the
fruits of Republic in legislation but
none of these able editors explains why
the rabble was so tardy in getting
Y HAT ONE
It hue always bean a wonder to no
how it is that men in general are so
crazy to get en the police force. A
lapsrfiolal view of the position would
not lead one to believe it held so in my
charms. To bo sure, a police offlsof
always Iooks handsomer than any other
man on earth and everybody sonrri-s
out of tho way to let him pass and the
small boy look upoi him with spsech
li','saweaud admiration. These tl
tuils go a loug wiy witb men, I al
ways feel to gratu'ul that I wasn't
create I it man, and Ihsrefoi e STSStHTS
putted up with vanity. Unt there are
a number of objections to the position
who h more than balance the trivial
sdvsntagss mentioned above It mnal
b horrid to para ds around the lonely
streets after everything bnt toughs and
the ;ray felines are In bed and sslstp
and to fetl (tattle responsibility of
the town's welfare rests upon you
although of course noboly sVOf hol ts a
pollosman respoailbla for anything
If ne ssss a lire and gives the alarm, or
if he spits an Hile'd burglar nd
oatabsi n.m, wll ml good) the oftic- r
is land I to the eslt-a. If he doesn't
see the (ire and it burns up tlie city, or
if the burglar gets stray Bndstssted,
SMO well and gotttl; lot 111 list have been
on the otlit-r end of the be.tt.
Hot there ar- so many unpleasant
thing in this police busluese He may
get ll l if he tries to arrest anybody.
He may be treated with marksd disre
sped and profanity by some of tbs
Women wbo are thrust upon his atten
'iou, aud be has to stay out on tbe cold
strai ts la winter without daring to go
inside where warm fires and DSVSrSgS
invito and where in the beat of IttBUBSI
tUSf have uice ice water uud Othsi
thing which seem goodly in hi light
I don't think the lot of n pollerinau it
a happy one, bnt it aetms tiiat ti.e real,
vital reason thnt imbue so many int o
with the ambitious to be ou lbs lofOS
l the fact that iu aummer they can
se bsse ball for nothing. I magi n U l
feeling of Chief Siiupi-in ami hi men
whan they Utrnei tins week thai t b
S. ranton llsee Hall association at tirr.
thought it wonld Lot permit tho frs
antrsBosof i dlosmssat in games, rr-
bapl you've noticed the sudden chang
of heart that alrurk the aasnciaiion
tbe ot er night wr.eii it decide I that
tbe ofll.fr might b poSSsd in alter
ell. A ptiiiCKinau whj comes u; to our
fdoe told ns bow it was. The force
was going to skip in and hav oine of
its number a the gaiuee, and every
tun th blsaobers whatsvar they ar
mad too much noise, the oflicvrs of
tbe association WSfS to be arrested, and
whenever the bcrauton team mads an
error thuv were going to fine Alex
Dunn I don't wonder the poor man
resigned, but yon st the policeman are
not to t oxrliided hereafter; and tho
newspapers aro also to be tfS tie l I ot
ter. IJeae ball without the aid of tbe
pres would be of no account I wo
invited to wrlje a series of letters upon
the game as it is plavsd In Bsranioo,
Lut 1 rsally far that Wedntsduy won't
be my afternoon ont.
Do yju know it- sajins to me that it
would be just as well if th Republi
cans did less bragging and more lo? -mnkiug?
'i here are tun when self
assurance carries one through, but this
may not be one of the time. It would
be too bad if a boast too much or a k:sa
too little should wreek a freight load f
I hear that th high tcbool com
mencement will be held in ti.e Fro lb -inghaiu
this year, ami will it not I a
prtly sight? The dag is o large ami
the decorations can be mad eo lovely
that, with the youth and beauty of tbe
graduates and high school popils, it
Will be a bright picture, indeed I hop.
Iks weather bureau will graciously
SSnd a cool evening. Commencement
programmes are universally built with
the design of giving every lad and las-
to a show, and graduation nights ar
always hot beyond eudurauce.
s s s
We had some Presbyterian delegates
st our house during the lust three
days. They were what one might
term "advanced" in their ideas, being
usually intelligent and highly cultur- d ;
but they never once mentioned
woman's auffr.ige in tn-ir entire stay.
They ta.ketl about the progress of uiir
sex In so many directions; of the wou-dt-rful
work women aro doing at home
and nbroad, and of the possibilities that
lie before ui in the new century; but
tbey never howled about the men nor
recounted the tulos of cruel oppression
under which we poor women groan
and snffer. It was really pleasant to
have them around We've had dele
gates in tho past who blamed the men
eo mnch for all the evils that befall us
and our land nnd nation, that onr moo
folk for very shame, or something, took
to getting their moal down town dur
ing tho visitations, and 1 grew so dis
gusted with men after bearing ot their
iniquitous proceedings, that I was
snappy to my employer uud was in
vited to get a new position. But tht-ss
delegate were very mild and harmless
and I can't say that they pnt any ob
streperous notions into my head or
that thoy talked about woman's sphere
or of tbe bee.aties of being a Proiiibi
lionist, or of any other disagreeable
topic Theis are del -gate and dele
gates I believe on tho whole I would
as willingly have these lust vl-itors, as
the preacher of the previous week, al
though preachers have tneir plat 's of
usefulness too. Hlxen Wayne,
are hundreds of brands of
White Lead (so called) on the
market that arc not White Lead,
composed largely of Barytes and
Other cheap matenals. But tlie
number of brands of genuine
is limited. The following brands
are standard "Old Dutch" process,
and just as good as they were when
you or your father were boys :
"Atlantic," " Bcymer-Baurnan.''
"Fabnostock," Armstrong & McKelvy."
Tor Colors. National Lend Co.'s Tare
White Lcatl Tinting Color, a one-pound can to
a 35-pound keg of Li-ad r.uj mix your own
paints. Saves timo raid annoyance in tiutclung
ihsdas, nnd insures tlie. best paint that it is
PusmMc to put tin wood.
Si-ad us u postal card ami nt. our book on
paints uud color-csrdj fi -; it wilt probably
ISYI ycu I 0od many dollars.
NATIONAL LEAD eo., New Voik.
ICE CREAM FREEZERS
V targe line of New and Bennti
lul Goods, all Miitablo
Coarsen, demons & Co.
422 LACKA. AVE.
The FLint io tlie Citf.
Ti latt-st improved fur
BlshlBgl and apparatus for
krrpttn; rut. hotter and ega.
I J J Kilning At'.
A United number of tho abort
NtmN aro lor SSlC :it par and nt'-
orasd iatercst by the following
parteS from whom pi- of tin;
mortgage and full Information tun
B.W. sCnlllgan, Cashier Bseond
Kationa) Hank, Wllkes-Barre, Pa.
W. L. WatSOn, Cashier First Na
tional Hank, Pittston, i'a.
J. L. Poien, Cashier Pooples
Sa 111 s U.m;., I'ltLsIoii, Pn.
A. A.,Bryden1Presidenl Miners'
Barlaga Bank, Pittston, Pa.
Aud by the Strantoti Savings
Bank and Trnsl QoinpanjTrnstee
under the Mortgage.
T, H. Athertoa, Counsel,
WILKES BABBB. PA,
An ritrn DBS BsBTf F.
A.. ....... II.... . -I Mamm I.I..-.. I-.
' .II I'- V III' l.l'l I1IU .,llMli- II. HI. II..
A jiii'iil iIhImi-s llmtlipi-. Siu,.r P.iini)... imi
A u'ik'S M.-jit IlrntlmrH quaro FIuo..,, im
A food 1'irtli Si I'oiul Bqnsr ttsns T'
A ifu-iil rini-liunlu Kiimii-1 I'I.iiiii fjO
A very L-ooil li.tou Itnu to Walnut
A very good Wheeloek t'prlght l'laiei. . Iwi
A VL-iy good Wbuvlovk Uprlgtit rlstto.i i
GUERNSEY BROTHERS' NEW
ASK YOUR GROCER
DELICIOUS, MILD STTCKaXl
EVERY HAM AND PAIL. OF
YE ARE overstocked with Ladies' Jackets, therefore have
decided to cut our prices all to pieces. This is some
tiling unprecedented right in the heart of the season.
Our Loss Is Your Cain
60 Ladies' Tailor-made Jackets and Blazers, formerly M QQ
$4 to $5. Clearing Sale Price . . ipl.UO
65 Fine Imported Clay Diagonal and Broadcloth Jack
ets, with Balloon Sleeves, formerly $6 to $8. Your 00 QO
choice at . . , pOvO
73 Long and Short, Tiht and Loose-fitting Jackets,
both plain and trimmed, formerly $8 to $10. Your M QQ
choice now at yvQ
27 Fine Melton and Kersey Jackets, lined throughout
with Silk, and Moire trimmed, formerly $12 to $15. d7 QQ
Your choice now at i)l.uO
These are no out-of-date garments, but arc of the newest and most fashionable cut,
A manufacturer's Sample Line of Very Fine Cloth Capes, Fifth avenue styles., at
ONE-THIRD OFF in price.
About 50 Children's Stuff Dresses, that were made to order for one of the finest
New ork retailers, but, owing to some misunderstanding vvcre not accepted, and ob
tained by us. Will be sold at less than half price.
Goldsmith Brothers & Company.
With the New Valves
Out of Sight,
s s a
( Mir new Bicycles are now
to b; seen at our 314 Lacka-
wanna avenue store
And a full line of llovs' and
Girls' W heels. We are mak
ing extremely low prices on
214 Lacka. Ave.
Reception and Visiting Cards,
Menus and Dinner te,
Stsllonors ntiil 1 1. r v 1 v
BIT LACK ANNA A I-.
A. D. We are offering a new
edition of tbe Hook of Common
Prayer, wsB hound in cloth.
Two Copies for 25c.
Single Copies, 13c.
a Pi' i no
or Organ Cheap?
A vry kooiI 8b ninsr Uprluht l'lano
M .. . w
' Irt rtC.
A M.-iscn & Iliimlln,iit-sriy in'v,liii;h top,
An A. H. C'hse. nenrly now, high tup,
I ilonhlo rit
A 'liioauo Cottage. hdhi ly new , nigh top,
A worcSatsr. nearly new. higli t"','.
and Organs at WbOhSStS and Hotail. SB IflstsOnSBtS
AND INSIST UPON HIS FURNISHING YOU WITH
IS GOOD FOR THE
For OKB WEBE we irill Mil Bnamel Ware at the following unpro
Tea and Coffee Pots
ONE-QfART, TWo-yCAl.T, THREE QfAKT, FCU'R QfABfR FIVE-QUART.
40C, 47C, 53C. BOC. 70c.
AUo Dresden and Preserving
W.wh Uwucs mid Tra Ki-tties at
Foote 6c Shear Co.
CLOBE SHOE STORE
One 1 rice
227 Lackawanna Avenue
EVANS & POWELL, Proprietors
Fet I -tt'. HMO: Nt t. J: for FU ry
ti.l trrlh WllbMl pISMSi crown SBl
lru!j- uork,eiJl Iw ptKSS rcfrni
TONAll'.l.".. tot StrMtillS ISSiB wiliiou!
1 atn. Nu tlLtr. f.'o SA
Ii 1 II VISST NA I H'N VI HANK.
I Scientific Eye Testing Free
By Dr. Shimberg,
Tho rtSSltSWll on tb i:r 11oJpIim ml g
N.-rrninnm rolior4, bstSSlSsS lmprovnd ' g
Stylr of ByS ll nrt r4i. tol t th 8
LsesstPHssSi BsslArsUtelsl Bys inrtodS
fur Si. 'J,
SO& SPRUCE ST., op. Old Post Offics.
A KMnd.ir.i n.-otlv new.hhih t.in.doulil.i
A f-lifii.tiieer. near v new. inrli tun.
double .. '(A
And DOSl W other guuu ...el Uund Or- i
riina. t to
Tlie alovo oollootinn of Bsoond-hsod Inurn
ment are nil in Kuud order, fully nrss
t.H.1. t lie greatest tiargalui over offsrsd in
thltelty. ( all nnd teo lliMiv. lnatalinitut
01 diSOOBttt f-'f 'a.ih.
CO., SCRANTON, PA
Kettles, Bance Pans and Pots,
equaUj low prices,
The Great Marvel of Dental BcienoS
A recent discovery and the sole
316 Lackawanna Ave.
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