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KCRANTON. AUGUST 8. 1894.
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.
DANIEL H. HASTINGS,
For Lieutenant Governor:
For Auditor General:
AMOS II. MYLIJT,
For Secretary ofllvrnal Affairs:
JAJIES W. LATTA,
GALUSHA A. GROW.
GEORGE F. HUFF,
Election Time, Nuv. 0.
Wilkes-Bakue Desu)ckat3 after
stress and struggle, have nominated
Daniel L. Hurt for the legislature; but
whether it will be aconiudy or a tragedy
at the polla it is early to coujeeture.
G rover Cleveland's Surrender.
Call it what you please, enurl at it as
mneh as you ehoone, sputter, fret, Im
preeato and storm how you will, Mr.
Prewklent, the. fact yet remains, in
Btartling distinctness, that you have
sullenly bowed your once imperious
- head to the yoke at the one time in
your whole strange career when, had
you still stood erect, it would have
made you, as a man, so much stronger,
bo much braver, so infinitely more com
manding than your party that it would
In sheer self-defense have had to strive
to come up to you and cling to you or
else go down in nbyssmal chaps and
You had it in your power to "run tip
the ilag of unconditional surrender. A
veto would have done it; and it would
have been received by the business in
terests of the country, despite the ter
rible strain to which needless Demo,
cratic experiment had subjected them
in the night mare months of the past
year, with a general and spontaneous
cry of gladness. They would have
known and they would have rejoiced
at their knowledge that it meant the
end of the paralysis and the certain
continuance of beneficent tariff law
iindr which there had been prosper.
Wy, uniform and assured. You have
struck, instead, the miserable colors of
submission and humiliation; nor is the
milky whiteness of that emblem of
Burrc uder darkened by the muttered
threats and vengeful platitudes which
your disarmed pen hurls in pitiable
impotence against the agents of your
You "are not better than the masses
of your party" although people once
labeled you as better but, Mr.. Presi
dent, you might have been. You wero
elected chief executive, not simply of
the "Democratic organization," your
new solicitude for which forms the
pretext of your unhappy back-down,
nor solely of the' particular states to
which your.ln a queer interpretation
of your constitutional functions, have
lately come to address executive mes
sages; you were chosen, and you aro
paid to be president of the whole peo
ple and of the whole country. That
people and that nation demanded your
allegiance, and not simply the ragged
party and beggarly section which seem
to comprise the iboundary of your of
ficial interest and concern. The lofty
words that you utter about "treason"
in your "party's camp" and the
"communism of pelf" which ran riot
in your party's caucuses simply damn
you the deeper as a craven who, know
ing and foretelling the danger, lacked
at its crisis the courage of your faith.
Mr. President, the people once
Judged you to be bettei that your polit
ical associations. Acting upon that
belief they took you out of a condition
whence few presidents emerge, and
honored you far beyond the custom of
our land. In a time of limited power
for action of any kind, you were pro
fuse of words and plethoric of prom
ises. The time then came when words
alone would not suffice. At this turn
ing point of your lifetime, you have
disappointed your friends, failed to
placate your enemies and disgusted all
who were yet undecided as to your
true character. They know you now
as a man of inflated fame, as a man
whoso talk sounds big while his deed
There is at least the consolation of
knowing that the esteemed Wilkes
Barre News-Dealer, if it couldu't pull
the "old man" through, didn't have to
go outside its able staff for a legislative
Observing that the Heading
Times, in this as in most party mat
ters the best expression of the wisdom
of Berks Republicanism, is very earn
est in its advocacy of General Gregg's
nomination for congress in 'the Berks
Lehigh district, the Philadelphia Press
concurs with that journal in the belief,
several days ago advanced in The
Tkihune, that it would be a most ex
cellent nomination to make, bays the
Press: "The district is presumed to
be hopelessly Democratic, but with
such a candidate as General Gregg and
a canvass for the enlightenment of the
people on the Democratic tariff policy,
ityightnot be impossible to change
the result Such an effort is always
worth making, and if General Gregg
can be induced to accept, there could
be no questioning the wisdom of
his nomination. This is a good
year for systematic and well-directed
efforts to capture the strongholds of
the enemy. The people of Berks and
Lehigh must be as much opposed to
Democratic hard times as those of any
other part of the state." And the
honor of leading them to a substantial
expression of this opposition, whether
successtil to the extent of revolution
izing the district or not, is one not
lightly to be esteemed. General Gregg
is clearly the man for the hour in once
rock-ribbed Berks. lie would shatter
its traditional Bourbonism if any Re
Possibly Mr. Cleveland doesn't
intend to try to "face the country."
Perchance it is his present intention to
cut and run.
Good Times at Hand.
Each day seems to bring renewed
evidence that Scranton, as. well as
other important cities throughout the
country, is on the eve of an era of bus
iness prosperity. Owing to her many
resources, the Electric City has prob
ably been less affected by Democratic
threats to overthrow the industries of
the country, which have caused gen
eral business depression since the elec
tion of Grover Cleveland, than many
other cities of her sizo. 'Still in cer
tain lines of trade merchants have
been obliged to exercise the utmost
caution to steer clear of the shoals
which have shattered many crafts
about them. Light sales and slow
collections have caused many worthy
enterprises to collapse during the past
mouths of uncertainty caused by the
talk of tariff tinkers.
Happily the crisis seems to have
been passed, and trade which has been
staggering under nervous prostration
occasioned by over-indulgence in
Democracy, is begining to revive, and
wheu again in active health the busi
ness world gives promise of abstaining
from the daugerous stimulant ottered
by the rosy dreamers of free trade
Democracy. The awakening has been
thorough and the scales have dropped
from the eyes of business men so effect
ually that the fallacies of tariff reform
become as transparent as air to those
who have been deluded in the past.
The business men of Scranton who
have survived the period of financial
squeezing and are still able to appear
for business at the old stand each
morning are to bo congratulated; for
if appearances amount to anything it
is evident that they are about to enter
upon a season of good times unequalled
in the history of the city. Scranton,
with the many new industries that
have located within her limits, has
been enabled to bear up under general
depression that has caused much suf
fering and want among the laboring
people throughout the United States.
No Coxey armies havo marched from
this vicinity, and while many have
not been able to enjoy the luxuries of
other days the workingmen of Scran
ton, as a rule, have been well provided
for. Under these circumstances it
seems certain that when the general
business revival does take place Scran
ton will be among the first to enjoy a
goodly portion of the fruits of prosper
Hikes' cai'TURE of the Luzerne
delegates can hardly be classed among
things utterly unexpected.
"Tub stroke of midnight tomor
row will ring out the old revenue sys
tem of the government and ring in the
new. There should be chimes of jubi
lation over the event, and all the fac
tory whistles should contribute to the
joyful din," says the Philadelphia Rec
ord, why? Because the McKinley
bill was changed so Utile or changed so
much? Upon which horn of the "in-famy-and-dishonor"
dilemma does our
learned contemporary wish to impale
In Tins Democratic jubilation over
free wool it is signilicnnt to note that
the wool growers of the north are not
half so enthusiastic as are the pro
tected cotton planters of the south.
Tn speaking of the recent award by
the president of a medal of honor to
Captain John C. Delaney, now of llar
risburg, but formerly of Dunmore, the
Harrisburg Telegraph falls into the
error of accrediting his enlistment to
Schuylkill county. Captain Delaney
enlisted in Scranton Jan. 6, 18G2,
'Squire Watres, father of the lieuten
ant governor, administering the oath.
Captain Delaney was, as the Tele
graph says, only 14 years old, and what
is more he enlisted to carry a musket,
and he carried one very gallantly. He
J lined the One Hundred and Seventh
regiment on March 5, 1802, for three
years, as a private. On Jan. 4, 1803,
lie was made a corporal; on Oct. 18,
18C4, he was promoted to sergeant of
Company I, and on April 1, 1805, he
became first sergeant. During this
time he re-enlisted as a veteran, still
carrying the musket. On May 27,
1805, he put on the strips of a second
lieutenant, and on July 7, 1805, he was
commissioned a first lieutenant. One
week afterward, the war being over,
he was mustered out with his company
and returned home. Under Governor
Hartrauft, Lieutenant Delaney was
clerk at the executive department, re
maining there until 1883, when he was
elected senate librarian, which position
he occupied when President Harrison
appointed him to the position of re
ceiver of public moneys in Oklahoma.
The 'gallant deed that led to the
decoration of Captain Delaney with
this rare medal happened at Dabney's
mills. The Telegraph correctly des
cribes it when it says: "Warren's
corps were trying to turn Lee's right
flank and had made four charges; each
time being repulsed. The One Hun
dred and Seventh Pennsylvania was on
the extreme end and it was on the re
turn from the fourth charge that Cap
tain Delaney heard a cry for help from
a wounded member of Company C.
The impetus at which he was going
took him to the Federal breastworks
with his company, but once there he
appealed to tho men of Company C to
go out with him and help bring in the
wounded, but all refused. Then Cap
tain Delaney appealed to the men of
his own company, but they refused.'
To go, they said, was certain death, as
the space between the lines was a verit
able hell. Then it was that Captain
Delaney made up his mind to rescue
the man. Leaping the breastworks he
ran out to his comrade and lifting him
on his back he started on the return
amidst a storm of bullets that nipped
his clothing and cut the grouud from
beneath his feet. But he saved his man,
and he didn't think so very much of it
at the time, and he has forgotten the
man's name now."
In nearly thirty years only 500
medals of honor have been granted to
the soldiers of the United States. The
one Just granted to Captain Delany, in
addition to honoring a deserving vet
eran, Is notable for the fact that it
forms the second, if not the third,
vouchsafed to what Is now Lacka
wanna county. The fact that In a na
tion of 70,000,000 inhabitants, two of
the 500 medals thus distributed have
come to this one county is a striking
tribute to the gallantry of our loyal
veterans. The Instinct of bravery and
heroism distinguished the volunteers
from Lackawanna in time of war; and
it distinguishes them today in time of
peace. Even our sons of veterans in
the National guard inherit this in
stinct; for are they not first among
the militia regiments of the stale?
When the Democrats of West
Pittston nominated Attorney W. I.
Hibbs for the legislature they took a
long step toward getting out of the
deep minority rut that is proverbial In
that district. If men of the stump of
Mr, Hibbs were more generally named
for responsible office by the party to
which lie belongs, it would stand a
better show of final resurrection and
In the quick capture of the mis
creants who committed the recent
burglaries In this city, the police au
thorities have exhibited a proper and
spirited conception of their duty. The
burglar is au accessory to enterprising
Scrauton who may well be dispensed
It is significant that Populist candl
dates for congress arc most conspicuous
in districts where there are Democrats
to be helped to an election. The
Populistlc party Is Democracy's safest
stepladder into power.
THE POLITICAL POT.
Congressman "Jack" Robinson tolls the
Philadelphia Times: "We have no contests
as far as I can see and the State lengue
was never in better condition. Thore is
the usual delay in meeting the assess
ments, but that will be cared for, and our
plans are much greater than in other years
as this convention will surpass all preceding
ones, it win dp, among otner things, a
Republican ratification gathering for the
whole state and I expect about every lead
lug party man will bo there. Of course
Major Everett Warren, of Scranton, will
be the next president. There was some
stir in the Northwest league at Heading
over the election of delegates, Mr. Dalzell
having a number of supporters there, but
Major Warren is the logical successor. The
Philadelphia clubs have registered their
indorsement and Allegheny county will do
the same thing, and his election will be on
the unanimous order." Editorially the
Times remarks that "it is something un
usual in an auxiliary of tbiB sort to find so
few cuudidates after the prizes. Major
Warren has a clear field for president and
no one else gives the other offices a
thought, but tho boys will be there, even
though the candidates are lacking."
The Luzerne delegation to the state
league convention will join the Scranton
contingout at Kingston on the eveuing of
Kept. 4. and go t!ircmli on the same train.
Incidentally, the Wilkes-liar re Times re
marks that "if the size of tho Luckiiwinim
delegation Is to be measured by the
amount of enthusiasm shown up there al
ready for tho caudidacy of Major Everott
Warren for presiilont of the state organi
zation, thero wou't be enough extra pas
senger cars on the road to carry it. Major
Warren Is one of Scrantou's most active
young Republicans, already vice presidont
of the league, and ho far has no opposition
for the place he wmit-t. In any event, op
position or no opposition, as Luzerne has
no caudidato of its own to present toe
delegatig, although going uninstructed,
will no doubt turn in heartily in endorse
ment of Major Everett Wunen."
Cloiic of Courts Stauton, of Luznrne
county, who once carried West Pittston
for tho Democratic ticket, is making a
spirited battle for renomiuation at today's
convention, but in somowhat himdicapped
by tho fact that Peter U'linyle, of the same
borough, is tho unopposed candidate for
the nomination for dijtriot attorney. Mr.
Btanton's opponent is John 11. Uice, who
led the ruilway brotherhood fight during
the Lehigh Valley strike. Rico hns the
support of many trainmen, but nlsn has
opposition wl.hin his own order. Inas
much as O'Boyle is the only Democrat on
the slate who has the ghost of a show for
flection, it probably dossn't matter mate
rially which gets the clerkship nomina
tion. The permanent organization of the Lu
gorne County Republican lengao has been
completed by the unnnimoui election of
the following o (11 era for the term of one
year: President, George W. Shonk; first
vice president, William J. Harvoy; second
vice president, Isaao O. Eoksrt, of Forty
Fort; general secretary, Ahodnego Reese;
corresponding secretary, Charles M. Jef
fries; recording secretary, Henry R. Dei
trick. The league hfiidquartors will be
located in the old Vilke?-Barre Bicycle
club rooms on West Market street.
MoDroe county Republicans have selected
conferrees favorable to the cougrepsional
candidacy of Judge Kirkpatrick, of Easton,
end there are persons would not be over
whelmingly surprised were this able pro
tectionist to overcome the large Demo
cratic majority in (tbe Blghth. especially
should tomorrow's Democratic fight at
Milford breed seemingly inevitable dissen
sions. 'Give us," said Editor Boyd, of Wilkes
Barra, who was a candidate for legislative
honors, "the making of our state lowp,
and we will resign onr poetical chair in
favor of E. A. Niven, John S. McGroarty
or some other worthy writer." There are
several persons in Luzerne connty who
ought to hsvebeen won over by this appeal.
Major Warren will, It is announced, re
ceive the unanimous vote of the Philadel
phia delegation at Harrisburg. The Phil
adelphia Record adds that David Martin's
letter to the Pittsburg politicians lesurlng
them that Philadelphia's delegation will
be solid for Major Warren "is regarded as
strong evidence that the latter will win,"
One of the political minora of the hour
la that Hazleton to to havea new Republl-
oan afternoon paper, to be managed for
yndloate of politicians by Frank Snyder,
brother of the late manager of the WUkee
Barre Time, C. B. Snyder, and George
Mane, the Sentinel's one-time proprietor.
C. B. Snyder, by tbe bye, is said to be vis
iting In Australia with Mrs. Snyder. .
The Republican organization la Dela
ware county ie preparing to make a hot
flqtit in Judge Clayton's behalf: but Its
efforts would receive more oo-operatlon
from the masses of tbe party It the candi
date were less unworthy of their support.
Dr. Joseph H. Shull, of Stroudsburg,
captured tne Monroe county Democratic
congressional conferroes with even more
ease and rapidity than the Dutch captured
Obierving that "ouly one Democratic
member of the Pennsylvania sennte holds
over," the Washington Post surmises that
"those who got out will uudoubtodly be
HAPPY, HEARTY AND HALE.
Scran tn Sunday Ntwi.
The happiness of the Scrantos Tribonk
Indicates philosophy as well as good fel
lowship, We imagine, however, that it is
good health and success more than any
overpowering feeling of the cecurlty of
Republic tnisin which makes it so felic
itous. It is not necessary for a newly
made err com to Inform all observers the
cause of the smilo which plays upon his
reatares, and by tne same tonen hie
TitiBUNB is cot compelled to unbosom
itself. It is enough for it and its contem
poraries to know that it Is happy, for
which we extend to it our congratulations.
FOR DELEGATE ELECTIONS.
Apportionment of Republican Rtpreasn
tatioa Among the Various District!.
Pursuant to a meeting of the Ropabll
enn County committee held on July 14th,
1694, the County Convention will be
held on Tuesday, September 4th, 1804, at 10
o'clock a, m., in the court bouse at Scran
ton, for tho purpose of placing in nomina
tion candidates for the following named
offices, to be voted for at the next general
election to be held November OthT 1814:
Congress, Eleventh district; Judge, Forty
fifth Judicial district; sheriff, treasurer,
clerk of courts, prothonotary, district at
torney, recorder of deeds, register of wills,
and jury commissioner.
Vigilunce committees will hold delegate
elections on Saturday, September 1st, 1SW,
between the hours of 4 and 7 p. m, They
will also give at least two days public
notice of the time and place for holding
Each election district should elect at tbe
said delegate elections, 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 County
The representation of delegates to the
Couuty Convention is based upon tbe vote
cast last fall for Fell, candidate for judge
of supreme court, he being the highest
officer voted for at said state election.
Under this rule tbe several election districts
are entitled to representation as follows,
3d dim i
4tt dlst 1
1st ward 1
1st ward, 1st dint.. 1
1st ward, -ii diet.. 1
lid ward 1
1st ward 2
2d ward 2
Edward J! Bdward
ltd ward 1 Ransom township.
Clifton township.... 11
Covington township 1
Bunion townsuip.... iiocranton city
1st ward, 1st dist..
1st ward, 2d dist.,
2d ward, 1st dist.,
2d wurd, 2d diat...
2d ward, id dist.,,
2d ward. 4tb dist.,
2d ward, 6th dist..
3d ward, 1st dist..
3d ward. 2d dlst...
4th ward, 1st dist.,
4tli ward, 2d dist..
4th ward, 3d dist..
4th ward, 4thdist..
6th ward, lstdist.,
6th ward, 2d dist..
6th ward, 3d dlst.,
6th ward, 4th dist..
6th ward, lstdist..
uth ward, 21 dist..
?th ward, lstdist..
7th ward, 2d dist.,
7th ward, 3d dist.,
8th ward, lstdist..
Stli ward. 2d dlst..
ttth ward, lstdist.,
Dili ward, 2d dist..
lith ward, lstdist.
lllh waid, 2d dist.
Uth ward, 3d dist.
12th ward, 1st dist
121 h ward, 21 dist.
I.Hi h ward, 1st dlst
13th ward, 2d dlst.
liltli ward, 3d dist.
14th ward, 1st dlst
Uth ward, 2d dlst.
16th ward, 1st dist
16th ward, 2d dist.
ltltli ward. 1st dist
Itfth ward, 2d dist.
17th ward, 1st dist
Northeast dist.... 0
Northwest diat.... 1
No. 8 dlst 1
1st ward, 1st dlst.. 3
1st ward, 3d dlst.. 1
I'd ward. 1st dist.. 1
2d ward, 2d dlst... 1
2d ward, 3d dist... 0
3d ward, 1st dist.. 1
8d ward, 2d dist... 1
3d ward, 8ddist... 0
4th ward, letdist.. 1
4th ward, 2d dlst.. 1
4th ward, 3d dist.. 1
6th ward, lstdist.. 2
6th wurd, 2d dist.. 1
6th ward, lstdist.. 2
Oth ward. 2d dlst.. 0
Dickson City horo
1st ward 2
2d ward 1
1st ward, 1st dist., 1
1st ward, 2d dist.. 1
2d wan), 1st dlst. , 1
2d ward, 2d dist. . , 1
3d ward, 1st dist.. 1
3d ward, 2d dist... 1
3d ward, Ud dist. . . 1
4th ward 1
Otli ward 1
Cthward, lstdist., 1
flth ward, 2d dist.. 1
Elmliurst township, 1
2d dist 1
3d dist 1
Glenljurn borough . , 1
Oouldsboro borough 1
Ureoiihold township 1
Jefferson township. 1
1st ward 2
2d ward 2
3d ward 1
North dist 2
Koutli dist 1
17th ward, 2d dist. 8
Ititb ward, 1st dlst 2
10th ward, 2d dlst. 1
tilth ward. 3d dist. 1
llitli ward, 4th dlst
2l!th ward, 1st dist
2nth ward, 2d dist.
2tb ward, 3d dist.
21st ward, 1st diat.
West dlst 2,
1st ward, id dist
KHSt dist 8 S. Ablnirtoii towns'p
1 Spring Brook t'wu'p
N. AhliiKt'n towns'p
Old Forge towuship-
1, Waveriy borough.,
J. W. BROWNING,
Juat received a nfoa naw llm r stt.v
SHADES in choice colors sud styles.
Onr stock of Banquet, Plaqo soil
Parlor Lamps is complete.
Havilnnd China, narlatuut and A mat
lean China, Dinner and Tea Sets In
many etyies; alio a nnmber or open
stock patterns from which you can
select wbat piece you want
422 Lacka, Avenue.
For many years this Piano baa stood In the front ranks. It has been admired so much for its
pare, rich tone, that it has become a Btandard 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 Beotion as well as many other fine Pianos
which we are selling at greatly reduoed prioes and on easy monthly payments. Don't buy until you see
vox goods and got our prices .
GUERNSEY BROTHERS' HEW STORE,
AHD SHORT OF IT
:. ."fre1116 of long hours for everybody and short prices for us. Time
,!C5 5 taXCS' waits for nobody, is hustling us toward that delightful period
called Fall Trade. We begin now to get ready for it. AU the stuff about which liners
any suggestion about June roses or July sunshine must follow Bill Nye's celestial-
THEY MUST GO
A chance lot of
sleeves, neat tucks
Also, several lines of Corset Covers,
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 mak
ing extremely low prices
814 Lacka. Ave.
A Fall Assortment
Letter Copying Books
A BOO-page 10x12 Book, bound
In cloth, Bheop back and corners,
;uarantoed to give satis faction,
Stationers and Engravers,
317 Lackawanna Ave.
Dr. Hill & Son
Wot teeth, t&0; beat set, $8; for gold rape
And teeth wlthont p la tee, called crown and
DridKS work, call for prion and references.
TONALQIA, for extracting- teeth without
Vein. Mo ether. No gas.
OTXB FIRST MATIOMAL BAHH.
Y. M. C. A. BUIL.DINQ
All of our finest Percales, Batiste, Satteen
which formerly sold from $150 to 3.50,
your choice now at
OF LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
dozen LnrhW fwn' full
and embroidery, and
I Shoe Store
I 227 Lacka. Ave.
g EVANS & POWELL,
AND WILL SOON BE
At Greatly Reduced Prices
THE REMAINDER t
OF OUR STOCK OP
t Cream Freezers,
OIL AND GAS STOVES
i Foote & Shear Co.,
S13 LACKA. AVE.
"Jenny Lind" Canteloupes.
Green Cora ni Tomatoes,
Liia Beans, Egg Plant, etc.
and Get the
excellent muslin, at
Drawers and Chemise,
COLUMBIA BICYCLE AGENCY
IU Spruce St. Opt Tribune Office.
In addition to the finest Hue of New Wheels on the
market, we offer the Mowing Special Bargains for
Aiiijust: 1 Stearnn Special, 1 Union HpoclaL 1 Imperial.
u i Mioci cou uiion. mces rrom 93 to
Call and secure a iionnlne bargain.
Atlantic Refining Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers In;
ninminatiog and Lubricating
Linseed Oil, Kpth03 and Gobo
Knee of all grades. Alio Ortasa.
Pinion Grease and Collierv Ccn
pound ; also, a large line of. Par...
lanine Wax Candles.
We also handle the Famous CROWN
ACME OIL, the ouly family safety
bnrmns oil in tbe market.
WILLIAM MASON, Manager.
Office; Cool Exchango, Wyoming Ara.
V'orks at Viae Brooi.
DOCTOR JOHN HAMLIN
Veterinary Surgeon and
Prompt attontion to calls (or treatment of
all domestic animals.
Veterinary Mediciuos carefully compounded
and for sale at reasonable prices.
Office at the Blume Carriage Works, la
DIX COURT, Scrauton. where I direct shoe
Graduate of the American Veterinary Col
lege and the Columbian School of Voupara
Yes, sirl Wa
have a special
ist here to fit
you who does
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