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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE "WEDNESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 29, 1894.
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ECKANTON. AUGUST 29. 1894
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.
DANIEL H. HASTIXQ8
OF ft NT Ell.
for Lieutenant Governor:
Ok ALLtUUtNY. '
for Auditor General:
AM08 H. MYLIS,
for Secretary oflternal Affairs:
JAMES W. I.ATTA,
OALUMHA A. GROW,
GEORGE F. HUFF,
Election Time, Nov. a
Repuj'.ucan voters should not for
get tlmt Sept. 6 Is the last day for reg
istration and assessment and Oct. 6
the last day for tlie payment of taxes.
Neglect of this may result iu the loss
of their vote.
The Wane of a Demagogue.
It is one of the misfortunes of gov
ernment by tlie people that it often
degenerates into misgovernment by
the demagogues. The anarchist, with
his dagger, his bullet or his torch, if
seldom dangerous for long; becaune by
the very horror of his agitation he an
tidotes his worst poisons. The social
ist, with his learned and impractica
ble dreams of impossible reform, Is not
to be too greatly feared; for however
alluring his sophistries may seem iu
visions and in books, they soon are
found out when put to stern exper
iment. Nor, by himself alone, is either
the criminal, the pauper or the illiter
ate to be regarded as a serious menace
to free institutions, inasmuch as each
is amenable to some form of obvious
But the man with the glib tongue
and the still more slippery conscience;
the artful and unscrupulous dema
gogue, the trickster, the fellow whose
principles are changed as often as the
coat is to the breeze here we have the
real and regnant peril. With all our
civilization and all our culture; with
all our churches and schools and
charities steadily reaching out among
the unfortunates in the effort to teach
them knowledge and duty'; with all
our manifold and multiplying agencies
of public instruction as checks upon
Ids ravages in our political life, the
political qUack, the partisan empiric
has kept abteast of every movement
and has seldom blacked a following.
A well-turned phrase and a hypocritic
al voice; a frenzy that is summoned or
silenced at will; a knack of deceit
which seems almost, at times, to
challenge sincerity itself; combine
these with the desperation of the man
who is notoriety-mad and you have to
tlie nation what the snake is to the
thicket or the poison is to tlie spring.
In the wane of a demagogue true
Americans should take infinite de
light. It should be, commemorated in
story and celebrated in verse. The
date of it should be made notable in
local annals and the lesson of it taught
at the fireside and in the school. Not
from dictators nor tyrants need we
fear the fruition of those dire prophe
cies which bespeak our nation's death.
The thing to be guarded against, the
evil to be watched for comes not from
the tramp of armies nor the blare of
the trumpet and drums. Whatever
tends to limit, cripple or subtract from
a demagogue's power for mischief
this adds to real patriotism's work;
and it should not pass by unnoted and
We look to Luzerne soon to scotch
Mr. Cleveland's complaint that
there were "incidents" of tlie tariff
wrangle which made certain persons
"unhappy" should probably not be in
terpreted as referring to business fail
ures and sherills' sales. And yet,
neither were these calculated to breed
The Business Outlook, Again.
A gentleman in this city who is act
ively identified with many branches
of Bcranton industry, when asked his
opinion of the business outlook yester
day said: "I do not look for a boom ;
yet I think trade along some lines will
soon disclose a slight and possibly
a steady improvement. The immedi
ate necessities of the market are con
siderable. These were not supplied
earlier because the manufacturing in
terests were in utter uncertainty as to
what result congress would reach.
Now that there is a definite basis upon
which to make calculations, this im
mediate demand will be supplied;
and then the mill owners and the fac
tory managers will get ready to read
just their business in accordance with
the changed tariff conditions. In cer
tain lines of manufacturing industry
little or no change will occur, because
the tariff modifications are slight. , I
find, however, that there will be fewer
changes in the south than in the north;
and fewer in New York, for Instance,
than in Pennsylvania. The reduction
in certain grades of knit woolen goods,
such as are manufactured on the South
Bide, is as high as fifty per cent., while
in similar grades of cotton goods it is
little or uothiDg. Wool, you see, Is
generally speaking, a northern prod
uct and cotton a southern one. The
wool grower sometimes votes the Re
publican ticket, but the cotton grower,
"It is said, I notice, In the papers,
that free wool is of great benefit to the
manufacturer. Let us see about that
Before this new tariff bill was passed,
the South Side woolen mills bought
wool in large quantity and stored it,
because the price was so cheap. The
price has not fallen since; if anything,
it has raised slightly. This is easily
explained. The decline in prices be
fore tlie tarifTon raw wool was really
removed was due to the suspension of
Industry which in turn, was due to the
lack of confidence among business men
iu threatened Democratic legislation.
There being during this suspension
and this uncertainty no market for
wool, the farmer who had his money
tied up in lleeces had to get it out
somehow, and hence sold the wool in
some iustauces for half what he ex
pected to get for it. With the tariff
out of the way. even though It be an
unsatisfactory tarilf iu many respectsi
tlie mill owners are ready once more to
start, for a time at least, and this pros
pect of a demand, vague though it is,
has caused the slight recovery in the
prices of wool which you reail about in
the papers. The stimulus is artificial
and temporary. It will last perhaps a
fortnight or two; and then the reaction
will come. Foreign wool growers
eventually will not need to ship their
raw wool to this couutry. With one
half the MuKinley tarill removed from
knit woolei. goods under the Gorman
act, it would be a shrewder move for
them to sell to the German manufac
turer, and have him make it up into
underwear, ship it to America, pay tlie
reduced duty and compete with the
American wool manufacturer in the
latter's own market.
"I do not mean, of course, that all
this will occur in a month or in a
year. It may not occur at ail; the elec
tion of a strong and able Republican
congress this fall, followed by Republi
can victory all along the line two
years from now, would clearly prevent
it. What I meuu is that if the Ameri
can farmer has to raise wool and sell it
for from 18 to 20 cents a pound, under
the free wool policy of the Democratic
tarill, he will kill his sheep and go to
raising pork, grain or something else
instead. There isn't a living iu the
wool business for him at Biich low
prices. Then, when home herds have
disappeared, we shall be pretty much
in the foreigner's hands; and it will be
a new wrinkle in international philan
thropy if we do not get the worst and
he the best of this. The same blow
that strikes down the American wool
grower will eventually cripple the
American manufacturer of woolen knit
goods, because, unless he can go into
partnership with his foreign rival, the
latter, by controlling the source of his
raw material, will, as the saying goes,
'have him on the hip.'
"I have been in business a good
many years; and the older I grow the
more certain do I become that it is a
poor policy to try to pull one interest
up by pulling another one down. As
well try to pinch your ear and say it
will not hurt your body; or that if you
cut ofl your left arm it will not impair
the usefulness of your right leg. The
one-armed man's leg, as a leg, may be
strong; but the man as a whole in
lucking. Just so in business. If I
understand protection at all, I under
stand it to mean something that will
not be limited to here an iron mill and
there a cotton gin; but something
that, if rightly worked out by honest
and capable men, will do good to ev
ery interest within its scope. The
fight which Mr. Cleveland is making
against protection is a fight, in effect,
for even worse sectionalism and more
spotted favoritism than are to be found
in his 'perfidy and dishonor' tariff;
and the only really and permanently
hopeful side I can see to this new tar
iff, apart from its usefulness iu keep
ing buiiuess men out of the Insane
asylum from further uncertainty and
suspense, is that it Avill serve as a poor
compromise until the American peo
pie get ready to have this business
subject settled in a sensible manner by
men who know what they are about."
A dispatch from Kansas City an
nounces that two secret orders which
pride themselves upon their unflinch
ing Americanism have besought per
mission to organize themselves into a
military regiment, because they allege
tlmt a number of Catholics have thus
organized. We doubt the premise ; but
even supposing it to be true, what kind
of a reason is that for doubling the
original mistake? We should like to
see these excitable patriots of Kansas
City brought to a realization of the fact
that if any religious organization, Pro
testant, Catholic, Mohammedan or
Jewish;' should undertake to plot
against tho United States of America,
we would not need to depend upon
firearms to crush it out; that treason
able organization would meet instant
annihilation under the force of indig
nant public sentiment. Meanwhile, let
us have peace.
The fact that 1,000 suspicious cha
racters have entered this country since
France and Germany began to shut
down on the anarchists is one signifi
cant reason why Uncle Bum should
roll up his sleeves and get down to
The importance to the Republican
party of lighting for the legislative
control of every debatable state should
be borne carefully in mind. In Wash
iugton,Montaua and Wyoming United
States senators are to be elected next
winter; and Republicans ought to se
cure the whole number. In that event
the senate would stand: Republicans,
forty; Democrats,fj6rty-four; and Popu
lists, four. The ifopulists Would then
hold the balance oV power; and could,
at any moment, precipitate a crisis
upon the Democratic plurality which
could only lie solved by the casting
vote of the vioe president The defec
tion of Senators Hill, Gorman and
Murphy from a party measure would
leave this Democratic administration
utterly powerless; and there would be
no more of Mr. Cleveland's arrogant
interference with the legislative func
tions of congress.
During an enthusiastic convention
whereat a ticket of exceptional excel
lence was nominated amid general
harmony, the Republicans of Carbon
couuty on Monday adopted with fer
vor a platform of which this forms a
part: "Resolved, That we hold the
Democratic party responsible for the
widespread feeling of uncertainty, fear
and distrust which has prostrated the
business of this couutry; that we bold
tho Democratic party responsible for
the social difficulties ot our country
which find expression iu labor diffi
culties, Coxeyisni, socialism, anarch
ism and insurrection; thut we look
with amazement and terror upon the
demonstrated incapacity of a Demo
cratic congress to manage the affairs
of this country." These are sentences
of deserved condemnation. Those hon
est elements in our citizenship who,
feeling dissatisfied at inequalities iu
personal fortunes, would somehow like
to go into politics on their own respon
sibility should not, at the outset, dis
credit their own intelligence by select
ing the least trustworthy agency of re
form. The Democratic party, whether
visionary like its southern wing, cor
rupt like its northern wing, oi pouty
like its derelict president, is iu any
and all events unfit to govern a pro
Governor Northern, of Georgia,
claims that President Cleveland is re
sponsible for a decrease in his state's
tax values amounting in one year to
37,003,000. If this be true, Georgia
pays rather dear for the luxury of
forming part of the solid south.
It would have been worth a great
deal to the fume and popularity of
John G. Carlisle had he declined to
enter Grover Cleveland's cabinet iu
the capacity of a clerk.
"I do not claim," says Apologist
Cleveland, "to be better than the
musses of my party." biuce when
Tho coinmittoe of arrangements for next
week's big liorrisburg convention is work
ing loyally. The demand for accommoda
tions is emu to oe extremely neavy, inui
j-nt in u a rousiutr attendance. The coin
inittoe is working upon ex-Speaker Reed
in the ondeavor to secure his attendance.
A number of the other representatives are
exDocted, including, in addition to Presi
dent Kobiuson, congressmen w anger, oi
the Seventh district; stone, or warren;
Mahon, of Franklin, and Brosiua, of Lan
caster. General Tracv.of New York, presi
dent of the National League of clubs, will
be in attendance. The local committee at
Harrisbnrg has secured 2,000 badges, three
bauds of music and one arum corps, ana
will decorate the opera house in fine stylo.
Subscription books are out and
several hundred dollars have been col
lected. That Incomparable veteran,
Halnsha A. Grow, of (ilenwood. notified
President Robinson on Monday that he
would attend the big convention. Among
other orators who have exprossed a de
termination to be present and possibly to
spoak are Emerson Collins, of Williams
port; General Gobin. of Lebanon; ex
Secretary Jerome B. Niles, of Tioga: ex
Speaker Thompson, of Warren; Curiato-
flier L. Alagee and John Dalzell, of
ittsburc. and Mayor Stewart, of Phila
delphia. An effort is being made to have
Governor wciiinioy, oi uuio, wuo is visit
ing his brother in Somerset, Pa., attend,
but its success is uncertain. There will,
howover. be no lack of oratory. Phila
delphia alone will send eightv-one clubs
ami Hteelton eight. The Northeastern
Pennsylvania clubs will possibly number
twenty-live before tne week is enuea.
"If I were asked to name the Republi
can candidate, for president two years
henco who could poll more western votes
than any other man alive, "said John 8. Tar
bell, ot Montrose, the other day, "I should
sav tialusba A. Grow. You younger men
have no idea of the veneration iu which
his name is held among western bene
ficiaries of the homestead law. Why, a
mau only needs to say out there that be
lives in Susquehanna county and knows
Grow, to be welcomed with open arras and
feted like a king. Business has taken me
out to Minnesota, Nebraska and Wiscon
sin annually lor several years, and there
has never been a time on a single one of
these visits that I didn't hear Mr. Grow
spoken of with reverence and affection. I
voted for General Harrison when it meant
'Tippecanoe and Tyler, too,' and when, a
hurt time later, we got too much ot Tyler.
1 also voted twice for General Harrison's
grandson, Benjamin, and would cheer
fully vote for him again. But there isn't
another man who could begin to compare
with Galusha A, Grow in popularity out
vo!t. Isn't he too old? juy dear sir, the
question is absurd. You nover saw a
bouncer man than onr Galusha, especially
tinea he's got back into publio lite." And
that's what they all say, in and near
Today at Milford Howard Matchler will
learn his fate. Hart, of Pike, still vows
that be la a candidate on nls own respon
sibility, with all that that implies; but
somehow people yet seem to think that
it implies too much. The preseut member
from the Eighth is proving himself a mas,
ter of strategy and stealth. He has been
busy as a bumble beo all week long, but
unlike that insect he has made no noise
and he hasn't given his plans away. Yes
terday it was reported he had slipped into
i'biladolpnia to put the finishing touches
on his boom, bnt it was also said thut he
would reach Slliford bright and early this
morning. Many observers believe that
with Hart leuinst toward Muchlnr on the
quiet, the only hope of the latter's defeat
lies in the effort in Monroe aud Carbon to
cut Northampton's cemferrees dowu to
three. A move to tbls end would make
Hart show his colors and, if he should
show the wrong ones, the kicking coun
ties would yet be strong enough to tie the
The First Luzorno legislative district
ReerflS M UH pui uvuini ijr i:i uri iu JOUrUBUBtg,
Dr. F. C. Johnson and . U. Cliase on the
l...-..l.i:..nn i1. nnA Ran .T..l...Bn
leyuumau diuc, "uu vuuiiDuji aim
Sam W. Boyd on the Democratic have
ench In turn met with disappointment in
.LI. Jin. .4.1. MtIiIIa ntll-Bnlllf. ll afl.bt..
phantom called political preferment. The
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lad lllUt lUUll'l U , l"C fJIUBBUli umii-
I i nnotinuj 1, a Q ll .1 H M nnnn.nlad nri.lt
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the Wilkos-Barre press would seem to af-
ioru rcitnou lur ueuo.iug w uc, .w, win
1. n .i;nn,nriri tiuFnrA tllA flirlit-. ! linn.
It is the old case of Murat Hnlstead over
. - u.. nt
nKalll uu n siiiniiD. rvinw . v n aiajjug nra
bound to make enemies for the men who
couduot them: aud thise enemies crab at
a chance to smite in retaliation. Few
editors have ever amounted to much in
politics without first dropping their peus.
Perhaps that is why, politics is generally
l.allawi.l tt ha an timl.
The local delegation which will escort
Major Warren's boom down to Harris-
burg next Tuesday promises to De a not
able one. The major, Governor Watres,
Fred W. Floitzand possibly Mayor Connell
will be on the grounds early in tne week;
and will be joiued after the county con
vention by nearly all the Republican
connty candidate, suooossful and de
feated, and by the variouu delegation
from this part of the state.
FOR DELEGATE ELECTIONS.
Apportionment of-XUpablloan Bipreatn-
tatlon Among; the Various District?.
Pursuant to a meeting of the Repnbll.
can County' committee held on July 14th,
ltttM, the Connty Convention will be
held on Tuesday, September 4th, 1894, at 10
o'clock a. m., in the court house at Scran
ton, for the 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 Otb, 1894:
Congress, Eleventh district; Judge, Forty-
nttn Judicial district; Bberm, treasurer,
clerk of courts, urotbonotary. district at
torney, recorder of deeds, register of wills,
ana jury commissioner.
Vigilance committees will hold delegate
elections on Saturday, September 1st, 1MH,
between the hours of 4 aud 7 p. m. They
will also give at least two days publio
notice of the time and plaoe for holding
Each election district should elect at the
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 Couuty
The representation of delegates to the
County Convention is based upon the 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 the several election districts
aro entitled to representation as follows,
1st (list 1
4th dist 1
01 y pliant borough
J st ward 1
1st ward, 1st dint.. 1
1st wrd, 2d diet.. 1
2d ward 1
3d ward 1
J t ward i
2d ward 2
lid ward 1
"d ward a
lid ward 1 Ransom townshiu...
nnnion township..,, i acranton city
1st ward, 1st dist.. 8
1st wurd, 2d dist., 1
1st ward, 3d dist.. 3
Covington township 1
INOrCDttRtjC dint..., u
Northwest dist..., 1
No. Sdlst 1:
2d wurd, 1st dist.,
ltd wurd, 2d dist...
2d ward, :d dist...
2d ward, 4th dist.,
2d wurd, 6th dist..
3d ward, 1st dist..
3d wurd. 2d dist...
4th wurd, 1st dist..
4tll wurd, 2d dist..
4th wurd, M dist..
4th ward, 4thdit..
Oth wurd, "d dist.,
5th ward, lid dist..
Cth ward, 4thdist.,
Oth ward, Istdist..
Oth wurd, tl dist..
7th wurd, Istdist..
Ttli ward, 2d dist.,
7th ward, Ud dist..
Hth ward, 1st (liBt..
Uli ward, vd dist..
Dth ward, Istdist.,
Dih ward. 2d dist..
ist ward, ist (list.,
1st ward, ikl dist..
Xd ward. 1st dist..
' 2d ward, lid dist...
ii ward, lid dist...
itd ward, 1st dist.,
3d ward, 2d dist...
Bd ward, 8d dist...
4th ward, 1st (list.,
itli ward, 2d dist..
4th ward, Ud (list..
5th ward, Istdmt..
Mil ward, 2d dist..
tith wurd. 1st dist.,
6th wurd, 2d dist..
Dickson City boro
1st ward, 1st dist..
1st wurd, 2d dist.,
2d ward, 1st dist..
2d wurd, 2d dist...
8d ward, 1st dist..
Sd ward, 2d dist...
Ud wurd. 3d dist...
11th ward. Istdist. 2
llthwaid, 2d dist.
11th ward, 3d dist.
12th ward, 1st 'dist
12th wurd, ii dist.
13th ward, 1st (list
13th ward, ltd dist.
13th wurd, 3d dist.
Hth ward, 1st dist
lull ward, 2d dist.
J.ith ward, 1st dist
loth wurd, 2d dist.
ltlth ward. 1st dist
Kith wurd. 2d dist.
5t It ward.
tith ward, 1st (list..
Oth wurd, 2d dist..
2d dist 1
Hi eoiiflold towDHhip
1st ward ,
17th wurd, 1st dist 2
17th wurd, 2d dist. 3
ltlth ward 1
inth ward, 1st dist 2
lt)tli ward, 2d dist.
111th ward, 3d dist.
ltlth ward, 4th dist
20th ward, 1st dist
20th ward, 2d dist,
2Uth ward, 3d dist,
21st ward, Istdist.
21sfward, id dist.
North dist 2
Boutli dist 1
West dist 2
K list dist
3 8. Ablngton towns'p
Houth west dist....
N. Ablngt'n towns'p
Old Forga township
Attest: 1 Spring Brook t'wu'p
J noott townsiup. .
J. W. BROWNING,
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For Colors. National 'Lead Co.'s Pure
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Send us a postal card and get our book on
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Oitr stock of Banquet, Piano and
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Haviland China, Carlsbad and Amer
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For many years this Piano lias stood in the front ranks. It has been admired so much for its
pure, rich tone, that it has become a standard for tone quality, until it is Considered the highest com.
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These are the days of long hours for everybody and short prices for us. Time,
which like tide or taxes, waits for nobody, is hustling us' toward that delightful period
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any suggestion about June roses or July sunshine must follow Bill Nye's celestial
SPECIAL SALE OF LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
A chance lot of 50 dozen Ladies Gowns' full size, high
sleeves, neat tucks and embroidery, and excellent muslin, at
49 and 59c.
Also, several lines of Corset Covers, Drawers and Chemise,
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 on
214 Lacka. Ave.
A Fall Assortment
Letter Copying Booh
A 500-page 10x12 Book, bound
fn cloth, sheep back and corners,
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Stationers and Engravtra,
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Dr. Hill & Son
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And teeth without plates, called crown and
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TON ALU! A, for extracting Uta without
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I EVANS & POWELL,
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Works at rue uroox. . r
DOCTOR JOHN HAMLIN
Veterinary Surgeon and
, TELEPHONE 8013. ,
Prompt attention to calls for treatment of
nil douiestlo animals.
Veterinary Medicines caret uTly compounjei
anil for sale ut reasonable prices.
Office at the Blnme Carriage Works, 121
DIX COURT, Bcranton. where I direct shoeing-
Graduate of the American Veterinary Col
p;e und ths Columbian Bcuool of Compara
Yes, sirt We
have a special
ist here to fib
you who doo3
Sit right down
I f and have your
I I 1 eyes fitted iu
423 LACKAWANNA AVE.
Inierted in THE TRIBUNE At tb
late ot ONE CENT A WORD.