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THIS SCRANTON THIB U JTB WEDM E"SDAY MOUNTNG. NOVEMBER 7, 1894.
fBBLISUID DAILY III SORASTON. PA.. BYTKITRIBOKI
C. P. KINOSBURV, Pm. o Gin't M.
C. H. RIPPLC, Sco'Y ano Tc.
LIVY S. RICHARD, Editor.
W. W. DAVIS, 8utINTlNDCNT.
W. W. YOUNGS, Aov. Mano'h.
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SUUANTON, NOVEMBER (I, ISiM.
THE SCRANTOX OF TODAY.
C'ome and inspect our city.
Elevation above thu tide, 710 feet.
Estimated population. IjsM, 103.1W0.
Registered voters, 2i),t''X
Value of school property. $i"0,D0fl.
Number of school children, 12.IXJU.
Average amount of bunk deposits.
It's the metropolis of northeastern Penn
sylvania. Can produce electric power cheaper than
No better point In the United Plates at
which to establish new Industries.
wee now we grow:
Population In WO
Population 111 1870
Population In Si)
Population in isno
Population In 1S!U (estimated).
And the end Is not yet.
Representative Scranton will not bo
absent when Tom Head is elected
speaker of the Fifty-fourth congress.
The County Result.
While at the hour of this writing 1 a
m. the returns were as yet incomplete,
and coming in slowly, sufficient data
had nevertheless appeared to indicate
the election oV the entire Republican
ticket, by majorities considerably above
those cast for Harrison, Jackson, Fell,
Upon the basis of last year's vote,
Judge Archbaid has apparently been
re-elected by a plurality ranging any
where from 500 to 800; while demons
for sheriff will, at the present ratio, be
nearly if not equally as strong. Repre
sentative Scrantor. is re-elected by
1.500 to 2,000; and Jones defeats Kelly
for district attorney by nearly 1,200.
The vote for treasurer is close, with the
chances favoring Davies by a small
plurality probably less than COO. The
remaining Republican candidates are
elected by from GOO to 1,300, the latter
figure apparently representing Pn
thonotary Pryor's plurality.
On the legislative ticket Vaughan de
feats McDonald for Senator by a hand
Bome mnrgln; Representative Farr is
re-elected over Uenson Davis by an im
mense plurality In the First; Alexander
Connell has wiped out Qulnnan's plu
rality In the Second; the stanchly Re
publican Third goes more heavily Re
publican than ever; and in the Fourth,
Charles P. O'Malky defeats Mlchaer
Turnover Rurke by TOO to 300, n mngnlfi
cent gain, all the circumstances con
The result as a whole? Is a significant
tribute to cleanliness In political war
fare, and a wholesome reassertlon of
Lackawanna's traditional fealty to
Decency pays, oven in politics.
There are few more cheerful facts In
today's big budget of good news than
the overwhelming defeat of that
pestiferous little . demagogue, William
Henry Hines. We knew he would sooner
orlaterbefoundout; but the magnitude
of the discovery has exceeded our fond
The Jermyn "revolt"
got lost In the Bhuflle.
seems to have
A Triumph of Right.
No other man than David R. Hill
would have attempted the Impossible In
New York state. No other man, after
having fought his party's tariff bill at
every stage In its corrupt passage
through congress, would have appeared
upon the political platform in the role
of Its abject apologist. No other man
fresh from a brilliant record of uncom
promising opposition to the Income tax,
would have, gone before the business
men of America's leading state with nn
appeal for funds to be used In the at
tempted strengthening of the party
which imposed that Iniquitous tax. No
other man would have suddenly stepped
aside from a trail made conspicuous
by Incessant and Machlaovelllan hos
tility- to the. Democratic president to
kiss the enemy's hard and fawn at the
The surprising thing in yesterday's
turns from New York is not that Hill
did not win, but that he should, at any
stage of his anomalous campaign, have
Impressed his personal following in the
Democratic party with an idea that he
was for an Instant a serious candidate.
The etlect or mil s audacious course
upon the Democracy at largo was un
doubtedly stimulative and electric. But
for Hill, Democracy would . have re
mained in the torpidity of confessed de
jection. That his personal daring
should, therefore, upon such a basis,
have been the means of restoring' his
party's suspended animation not only
In the Empire state but throughout the
north Is a tribute to his Influence which
could scarcely have been materially
emphasized by a victory at the polls,
Nevertheless, the moral significance
of Mr. Morton's election will have great
and permanent weight for good. It Is
n notification to congress that Its war
upon American industry must be stop
ped summarily. But more Important
far than that, it Is a notification to sys
tematized political crime that the
quickened conscience of the American
people, regardless of ordinary partisan
returns from New York Is not that Hill
prostitution of Republican government,
nor fall to protect Itself against un
Mushing fraud and arrogant official
debauchery. Coupled with the triumph
ant election of William L. Strong in
the former chief citadel of municipal
rottenness, it is a new and a glorious
proof that deep down In the American
heart there beats a sure And true cur
rent of veneration for the pure govern
ment of our fathers and a consuming
wrath for the auduclous denpollera who
practice venality for private gain.
In such a view, even the Interesting
personality of Hill, with all Its marvel
lous resources of ambition, magnetism
and political cunning, sinks into Insig
nificance beside the aroused justice of
our foremost state.
It looks as if Speaker Thomas II.
Iletd would have very little dllllculty
in-counting a1 healthy quorum In the
.From the ruins of Tweadism, Tam
many arose. Now that Tammany
seems to have passed the zenith of its
mischievous power, the question natur
ally arises, AVI11 history repeat itself?
It will be the fault of decent citizenship
If Gotham shall be a third time ring
ridden. Where there are fools to be
plucked, there will be no dearth of
knaves to do the plucking.
It Is now quite apparent why Grover
dtcided to say nothing.
Republicanism's Sweeping Victory.
Sufficient returns have been received
at this hour midnight to Justify the
confidence with which tin Republican
party this year appealed to the people.
Not only has New York grandly re
deemed herself from Democratic mis
rule, with Its allied municipal evil of
Tammany debauchery; not only has
Pennsylvania sustained Its February
premonition of a day of wrath to come,
but at this moment there seems to be
little doubt that "Sir" William Wilson
is beaten in his own West Vli-iginia
district and the most sanguine Repub
lican estimate as to the probable re
demption of congress more than ful
The astonishing thing about this elec
tion Is not that the result should be
It is, but that there should have been at
any time even a momentary doubt of
the result. When entrusted with power
two years ago, the Democratic party
had a majority and an opportunity such
as are seldom accorded to an American
political party. Its utter and disas
trous failure condemned It beyond hope
of reparation or scope of apologetic ex
planation. Not only did it fall, but the
magnitude of its failure was such as to
drive Its own Democratic president Intc
words of burning reproach, followed
later by a condition of silent disgust
and stubborn despair.
To appeal to the people ii) the face of
such a record was foliy most dire. Not
an argument could be alviinced which
eminent Democrats hud not themselves
refuted. Not a position could be as
sumed which eminent Democrats had
not themselves repudiated. The one
recourse left to Democracy's campaign
ers was to plead good Intentions for the
future and try to misrepresent the
other side. The collapse of such a can
vass Is scarcely surprising. The only
thing that appeals to curiosity Is the
query what deception game the Demo
crats will attempt next.
One exception needs to he made to
the satiric rule that investigations
never investigate. The Lexow commit
tee has earned Its pay, and laid a good
foundation to Immortality besides.
In the words of nnnther,
you, fccnator vaughan!
William M. Slngerly had. the full cour
age of his pronounced convictions, nnd
encounters expected defeat without c
single suggestion of dishonor.
An Instructive Example.
If John IT. Fellows had possessed his
soul in patience after his fair defeat for
the Republican congressional nomina
tion, he might have remained a factor
In Lackawanna politics. There was
something plucky, and almost heroic,
In his canvass for that nomination,
notwithstanding the foolish breaks
which characterized the candidal
own conduct of his campaign.
Hut, once defeated, ho chose to play
the part of nn lngrnte nnd a bolter. His
consultations with the Democracy, his
illiterate letters threatening the But
eessful nominees with vengeance, swift
and dire, and his whole peevlBh nnd
sulky attitude speedily disgusted the
following thut he had managed to ac
quire, until now, in this hnppy day of
general Republican triumph, there Is
none so poor as to do him reverence
The Tribune does not wisli to pursue
Mr. Fellows, but its duty as a Republi
can newspaper now compels It to allude
to the impressh'eness of his example.
Mr. Fellows today represents about the
sorriest spectacle that Ve know of
punctured egotism, baflled party trench
ery and repudiated leadership. Ills ex
perlence should serve as a vivid warn
Ing against that most fatal of political
diseases, the swelled head.
"Handsome Partner" Bell may not be
quite so handsome today as he was yes
terday, but there Is one compensation-
he knows more.
Although not precisely In a condition
for gieat jubilation, our esteemed con
temporary, Colonel Slngerly, nt least
has the laugh on those"rlngsters, roos
ters and ruffians" who butchered Mc-
Business Will Revive.
Elections under the best of circum
stances have a tendency to unsettle
business. Campaign years are always
yeurs of perceptible slackness In trade.
This year these general rules were
heavily reinforced by disturbing threats
of. theory-mad chevaliers to prolong the
agony of tariff demolition and continue
the causes which had precipitated an
unexampled panic. Very naturally,
therefore, trade has looked to the elec
tion returns for its cue. It has waited
to see whether Increased economies and
continued curtailment would be necces
sltated, or whether, with the tariff
wreckers blocked by a Bafely Republl
can lower house of congress, commerce
would take on new encouragement and
the activities of the factory, mine, mill
and workshop return to their normal
volume and thus lead the way to en
larged general commerce.
The- result has happily indicated the
latter course; and business will be quick
to respond to the hopeful signal. Al-
ready, in anticipation of the present re-
suit, It had begun to show symptoms of
marked revival. The Democratic oar-
tlsan newspapers, for an obvious pur
pose, tried to magnify this upward
movement Into an Indorsement of the
Wilson tariff; but the Intelligence of
the country was not fooled. It knew
full well that the Wilson tariff was only
a compromise, a momentary truce,
which Democracy, If re-Indorsed, would
Instantly break in Its avowed Intention
to "carry on the war." The revival
that has occurred up to this time was
a practical expression of American
business men's faith in the good Judg
ment of the majority; an earnest of
their profound conviction that the
masses had bad enough loss, enough
experiment, nnd would vote unmistak
ably for economic security and peace.
Now that that good faith has been
so thoroughly vindicated, It will be in
the power of every American citizen to
accelerate the revival, by putting aside
despondency over past losses and
going at the visible business opportuni
ties with renewed energy, enterprise
and good cheer. The wholesome influ
ence of a sweeping Republican victory
cannot undo the past errors nnd the
past losses; but It can Inspire to re
newed vim, vigor and victory. The pro
cess of receive: y will necessarily be
slow. Commercial convalescence will.
under the bent of clrcumstunees, take
time and patience. lint by united and
persistent effort, with Tuesday's vote
is an incentive and an encouragement,
the net result ought soon to appear In
the? form of renewed employment at
remunerative wages and restored
profits to Invested capital.
I'avla 11. Hill made a hopeless fight
In n manner that won the admiration
of his most determined opponents. With
a little more sincerity and a little less
free trade, David 11. Hill would make
an excellent Republican.
Copies of Cnrbondale's sprightly new
morning paper, just received, show that
the Dally Anthrocite Is in capable
hands. We congratulate Editor Muoney
nnd will see him later with reference
the new county project.
What of the Tariff?
The election yesterday of a Republi
can house of national ronrcscntntives
means nothing if it docs not mean that
the business interests of this pountrv
ire to lie protected from further agi
tation, doubt and uncertainty. For two
years nt least no radical changes can
be made in the existing tnrllY. Tntll n
Republican executive shall in 1ST7 suc
ceed Grover Cleveland It will be vnln to
expect Important departures from the
present revenue law. DuHng this time,
business will have readjusted itself to
the new conditions, pinched consump
tion will again expand and a moderate
degree of Industrial and commercial
prosperity may be expected to material
ize in some more tangible form than In
the columns of the Democratic partisan
Any extreme predictions or Intentions
must, therefore, be liberally discounted.
It Is plain to be seen thut a manifest
majority of the American people do not
want free trade. Neither do thev
want such an adjustment of the tariff
schedules as confers prosperity only In
spots, leaving the great bulk of the
country still crippled nnd handicapped
while the mills nnd factories of our
foreign competitors are busy shipping
us goods. The American people will
never permanently consent to a tariff
policy which does not keep our home
mills active and our home labor em
ployed. The only revolt that they have
ever made was from what they fen red
was a monopolistic and excessive tariff,
which, they were led to believe, would
centralize its greatest benefits in the
hands of comparatively a few. The
McKlnley tariff way have been this
kind of a tariff or it may not. Opinion
still widely differs on this point, even
among protectionists. But In any event
the McKlnley tariff Is a thing of the
past. It could not Vie re-enacted even
if Kepublleans so desired; and It proba
bly would be re-enacted, had they com
plete power, only after careful revision
and substantial modification in the di
rection of lowered average duties.
The tariff of the future, then, will In
our Judgment bo reached gradually and
conservatively, and not radically nor
In a manner to ngaln unsettle nil the
foundations of stable trade. It will
cover the ditrerence In the cost of labor
In this country and the cost of competi
tive labor abroad. It will put every
legitimate home industry in a position
where it can look Its foreign rival
nquarely and fairly in the face. But it
will not do more than this. It will not
try to achieve the Impossible by seeking
o revolutionize the world-wide opera
tion of the law of supply nnd demand
And it will not give to full-grown in
terests the eager and solicited attention
that It at. one time nnd very properly
accorded to Interests newly-born. The
aberration of Republicanism away from
the teachings of Its founders will not be
permanent. Signs are not wanting to
prove that prescient leaders have al
rendy begun to profit from the teach
lngs of past defeats.
A word of compliment to Chairman
Roche Is fairly due. He made a really
gallant fight; nnd had he been divested
of the fatal hnndlcap of the Oakford
Alley Sewer might have landed more
than one Democrat winner.
John Lelaenrlng will enter the Fifty-
fourth congress with the prestige of a
notable victory, of a respected name
and of successful personal achieve
ments. He will not promise one thing
and do another.
Judge Smith made a hnrd fight; but
the people do not Beein to want him on
Some lies react.
The dollar-a-day lie
was one of them. .
We have met the enemy and they are
REILLY AND THE 400.
Witnessed by a l.nrgo Audience nt the
Academy of Music.
A great audience filled the Academy
of Music last night to witness the pro
ductlon af "Rcilly nnd the 400" by Ed
ward Harrigun and his company. The
piece can hardly bo placed In any of the
usual divisions. ot stage productions,
It Is a form of drama thot, throughout,
borders closely on farce.
It deals with types of New York char
acters, anu, wnue most of them are
greatly overdrawn, they are In nearly
every instance amusing. The pathos
and coloring of real life thut Mr. Har-
rigan has injected into his "Heilly and
the 400' makes it interesting as a stage
production. He shows a condition of
New York life that no other playwriter
successfully duplicates and does it With
sympathy and feeling for the types he
places on the stage.
In his production of "Heilly and the
400" last night he was assisted by Miss
Annie Yeamans, John Wild, Chales F.
McCarthy, Edward Hurrigan, jr., Emtnu
PolllocK and a score of others. To
night the company will produce "Cor
delia's Aspirations," one of Harrlgan's
most successful pieces.
SWEPT FROM HIS ENGINE.
Fireman Mitchell, of the Lackawanna and
Montroso Knilroad, Seriously Hurt.
Douglas Mitchell, a fireman on the
Lackawanna and . Montrose railroad
passenger train which makes three
round trips dally between Alford ami
Montrose, met with an accident Mon
day which may result fatally.
On the night trip to Alford. while
coming down the mountain near the
Junction with the main line, the engi
neer saw a fullen tree lying near the
track. He could not stop the train un
til alter It hud brushed through the
limbs which htivtchcd over the rails.
When the train came to a standstill
Fireman Mitchell was missing from the
tender of the culm-burning engine.
After searching along the track
Mitchell was found lying on the bank
unconscious ami with a dtep gash on
the side of his head. It Is supposed he
wus swept from the platform of thu
tender or the top of the boiler by the
overhanging tree limbs. He was taken
to his home in Montrose on the return
trip of the train and had not regained
Mitchell has a wife and two children
and formerly lived In Great Rend. If?
has been an active member of the Fire
man's brotherhood and enjoys an un
usual popularity among the engineer?!
and firemen of the Lackawanna road
IT THE BIIX
a doso of Dr. Pierco'9 Pleasant Pellets.
Sick Headache, Dizziness, Constipation, In
digestion, bilious AtUicks, and all derange
ments of the liver, stomach and bowels ore
promptly and permanently cured.
ClUn Riaton, Marshall Co., W. Ya.
It. V. PrenoE. M. U.. Iluflalo. S. Y. :
Dear Sir Two years "go I was polo and
cimicmicu, iooa ler
liicntod in my stomach.
A physician pronounc
ed my case " Catarrh of
the btomach," but ho
could not help me. I
lived a month without
solid food und when I
tried to cat I would
vomit. At tills timo I
began tutting Doctor
I'iei'cu'l Pleasant Pel
lets, and in two weeks
1 wus decidedly better.
-'viiAiSS-Ar'V I am now fn good
.,..... henltli. and never felt
Miss ANnniRrt. bl.tt(.r m lifCi ,
have a better color, eat more, nnd havo no
distress after eating having gained thirteen
pounds emeu 1 begun tulunu iliem.
Yours truly. MAItY ANGUISH.
The Flan of Selling Mwliclnci Through Dealer,
ON TRIAL, "Q T TC Tft (T TT1
is 1'ECUi.iAit to Jtr A, Km tX Lr Em
HILL & CONNELL
131 AND 133 WASHINGTON AVE.,
Have just received a carload of
"The best business desk in the
world," which are offend at 'greatly
reduced prices. The reduced prices at
which this celebrated desk is now of
fered make them the cheapest in the
market. Within till' Rl'ill'll of all.
AS LOW AS $19.
A full line of office Furniture, Type
Writing Desks artd Chairs.
We are now showing the larg
est line of Dinner Sets ever dis
played in this city. A splendid
HAVILAND & CO.,
CHAS. FIELD HAVILAND,
R. DELENINERES & CO.,
CARLSBAD AND AMERICAN
CHINA, PORCELAIN AND
WHITE GRANITE WARE.
If you want a Dinner Set examine
our stock before buyiug.
Coursen, Clemons & Co.
Mr w M
h though very well known, there
Vi 1 1 l -I 1
house offers such values as we do. '
Is an Unlaundried Shirt, made from New York Mills Muslin; lias rein
forced front and back, endless facing and inserted bosom, with butcher
linen back; many dealers would consider them excellent value at 75c.
Our Established Price is 50 Cents.
Is made from Wanisutta Muslin, reinforced front and back, endless lac
ing, 1900 linen bosom, felled seams and hand-made button holes;
equal to any custom made shirt for double the money.
Our Established Price is 75 Cents.
Do You Wear Shoes
If you do and need a new pair, why
not examine the stock of
The Lackawanna Store Association, Mm.
Corner Lacka. and Jefferson Aves.
We are Hole agents in this cltv for the
J.8.TUUNKH & CO.Hitfh GraileBhoesfor
men's wear (these shoes took tlrst pre
mium at tho World's Kalr, t.'hieaijo), and
for KDWIN C. HVKT & CO.'S Celebrat
ed Shoes for ladles' wear.
We also handle the following lines:
FOR MEN. For LA DIES, MISSES
Strong & Carroll. O. P. Ford & Co..
J. & H. Fitzpatrirk, Thomn . PUnt Co.,
Stticy, AUmns & Co., II. a Albriht & Co
If desired, will take measure and order
special pairs from any factory in tho
Uur aim Is to be prompt, to give our
customers the best attention and lowest
prices, Kuaranteelnff satisfaction on all
Wo also carry a flno line of GROCF.lt
IKS, HAItDWAKK. DRY !)OlH,
CLOTHING, GENTS' FURNISHINGS,
A trial is what wo atk of our citizens uud we
will endeavor to pleas.1,
merits, Reception Cards,
Stationers and Engravers,
317 LACKAWANNA AVE.
Set teeth, $5.50; best set, 8: for (fold caps
nnd teeth without plates, called crown nnd
brldso work, call for prices and refer
ences. TONALtilA, for extracting teotb
without pain. No ether. .No gas.
OVER FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
BROTHERS, WYOMING AVE,
TS familiar to everyone, but the prices and qualities
of our Unlaundried Shirts for men and boys, al-
are not tamiliar witii tnem; therefore, lor
of every one of the masculine gender who
wears a white shirt, we can unreservedly
China Closati at from 1.1 tn 40 nnr cnut
Nov. 7, 1S94.
f You Have
any money left after elec
tion don't you think it
would be a good thing to
invest it in a sideboard?
All dining-room and
bedroom furniture is re
duced from 5 to 50 per
We are going to move
into a new store on
Washington avenue, and
we want to start with au
entire new stock of fur
niture, and have there
fore made this reduc
tion. HULL & CO.,
205 WYOMING AVENUE.
If you would have the
Amount of heat from the
Amount ' of fuel, you must
Fooie & Shear Go.
FOUND ONLY IN THE
are doubtless thous-
. 4 , ,
BY DR. SHIMBURQ
Tho Spf cilist on tlio Eyo. H 'adaclioi nnd Nervous
ness reliovoil. Lativ.t and Inipr-veil Style of F.y
lilas'os uud Spoitiicl )8 nt tlio Lowest Prices. liisH
Artilk'iul Eyes Inserted for Jj.
3C5 Spruce Street, Opp. Old Post off Ice.
DR. E. GREWER,
Tho I'liiliiilt-liihia Spi'iMiillst, ami his asso
elutiMl ftaff ot KiiKllsh nnil (iirman
physicians, are nmv ponnununtly
Old Postoffice Building, Corner Perm
Avenue and Spruce Street.
The ilortur Is a Kiaiiuuo of tlio I'nlver
sity of lVntisylvanla, formerly demon
strator of physiolouy and surnuiy ut tlio
MiMlico-t'liinii-Kh-al rolli-KO of Philadel
phia. Ills sn;ilaltl(s an; Chronic, Nor
voiih, Skin, Heart, Womb and lllood dis
eases. DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM
Tho symptoms of which are dizzlness,la?k
of cuiilidcncc, sexual Weakness in men
nnd women, hall rising In throat, spots
lloallii); before the eyes, loss of memory,
unable to concentrate the mind on 0110
subject, easliy startled when suddenly
spnki'ii to, ami dull distressed mind, which
iinllls them for performliiK the actual du
ties of life, maklm; happiness Impossible,
distressing the action of tho heart, caus
Inif Hush of heat, depression of spirits. evil
fort bodtiiKS, cowardice, fear, dreams, mel
ancholy, tire easy of company, feeling as
tired in the morning as when retirini,',
lack of enemy, nervousness, trembling,
confusion of thought, depression, constipa
tion, weakness of the limbs, etc. Those so
affected should consult us Immediately,
ar'ii ue resiuren 10 perieci neaiin.
Lost Manhood Restored.
Weakness of Young Men Cured.
If you have been Riven nn by your phy
sician call upon the doctor and bo exam
:d. Ho cures tho worst cases of Ner
vous Debility, Scrofula, Old Hores, Ca
tarrh, files, Female Weakness, Affec
tions of the Eye, Kur, Nose and Throat,
Asthma, Deafness, Tumors. Cancers ami
Cripples of every description.
i.ousunaiions li-eo and strictly sacred
nnd conlideiii,-,". Olllce hours dally from
9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday, ! to 2.
Kncloso live 2-eent stamps for svmtpom
blanks and my book called "New J.lfe."
1 will pay 0110 thousand dollars In cold
to nnyoun whom 1 cannot cure of Kl'I
LEl'TIC CONVULSIONS or FITS.
1 Ut. H. OKIOWETt,
Old Post Omen Hulldliifc-, cornor 1'cnn
avenue and Spruce street.
Horse Radish Root,
Green Ginger Root,
And everything used In the
manufacture of Pickles.
HAVlNtl purchased tho
1 1 stock nr.d rented the
Shoeing Forun of William
Ulumn & Son, I shall now
(live constant attention to
shooinu hcirsrs in a practi
cal and aclontillo manner.
Quick work und good ia th
DOCTOR OF VETERINARY SURGERY.
IP YOUR OLD BOOKS NEED FIX.
INU, BEND TUEM TO
The Scranton Tribune
- Bookbinding Dept.