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THE SCRANTON TltllUJ-NE-MONDAYT AlOltNtNGr, NOVEMBER 20,
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SCRANTON, NOVEMBER 2fc, 1894.
THE SCRANTON OF TODAY.
Come and Inspect our city.
Klevatlon above the tide, 740 feet.
Estimated population, 1S9J, 103,000.
Kegistered voters, 20,059.
Value of school property, $750,000.
Number of school children, 12,000.
Average amount of bank deposits, J10,
000,000. It's the metropolis of northeastern Penn
sylvania. Can produce electric power cheaper than
No better point In the United States at
which to establish new Industries.
See how we grow:
Population in 1860 ".'
Population in 1870 35,000
Population In 1880
Population In 1890 ' 7S.215
Population In 1894 (estimated) 103,0)
And the end Is not yet.
Yale has proved that It is stronger
and tougher and more brutal than Har
vard, and, in consequence, six men are
under the surgeon's care. Great Is foot
An Era of Harmony.
It is a Efatifylng assurance which
comes ftpm sources high in the confi
dence of the incoming state adminis
tration that there will be evinced no
disposition to punish Republicans who
may, in the past, have, through per
sonal reasons, lagged in their allegi
ance to the state organization. The
governor-elect, remembering the cir
cumstances attending his first candi
dacy, four years ago, could not con
sistently pursue a less liberal course,
though he were disposed to. And he,
very wisely, is not disposed to.
There are, for Instance, many Re
publicans who favored John B. Robin
son for lieutenant governor. These
men were as loyal to the state ticket,
when the gentleman from Allegheny
had been fairly nominated over the
gentleman from Delaware, as were any
of the original supporters of Walter
Lyon. They were faithful to their
first choice, until it was demonstrated
that he was not the choice of the con
vention; but afterward they were as
zealous in the behalf of the nominees
as loyal partisans could well be. It
would be a serious Injustice, as well as
a serious mistake, to subject these Re
publicans to what Is known among
politicians as the rod of discipline. To
do so would be to gratuitously endan
ger the harmony and good will now so
fortunately prevalent among Republi
cans throughout the state.
A most admirable opportunity con
fronts General Hastings In the chance
which is open to him to bring the patty
leaders and the party rank-and-file into
closer affiliation and more harmonious
mutual relationship than they have
been for some time In Pennsylvania.
This can be done by demonstrating to
the people that party leadership, with
all Its needful organization and dis
cipline, does not necessarily Imply nn
uutocracy, to which the individual
wishes of the people are of slight con
cern; but simply such a centralization
of authority as is neccessary to give the
opinions of the masses proper momen
tum and wholesome effect. The proper
demonstration of this truth would be
productive of lasting good.
Good government Is worth Its cost.
Should Mgr. Satolll be elevated to the
cardlnalate on Dec. 8, as reported, the
honor would be worthily bestowed.
Considering the difficulties under which
he has labored, the success of this
churchman l,n untangling Catholic af
fairs In this country without offence to
the American InBtlnct Is most remark
able. He came here regarded by many
s an Interloper; he will return to Italy
leaving behind him the sincere respect
of almost all classes of the American
An honest ballot Is Indispensable to
the safety of American Institutions.
Heal the Old Wound.
While the Republicans of the Fif
teenth district are not in need of out
side Interference, they will doubtless
not resent a few words of friendly coun
sel, offered for the good of the party.
With a little more than two months
Intervening between the election of o
successor to the late Myron B. Wright,
they will have ample time to compose
any factional difficulties that may arise
and thus be enabled to overcome the
feeling which has twice previously, as
a result of sectional bitterness, turned
this strongly Republican district over
to the Democrats. So far as known,
the only names which are seriously
considered, as yet, are those of W. N.
Reynolds, of Wyoming; James H. Cod
ding and William J. Toung, of Brad
ford, Frederick C. Wright, of Susque
hanna, a brother of the late congressr
man, and ex-Congressman Cornelius C.
Jadwln, of Wayne. Several other com
plimentary candidacies have been sug
gested; and one of therrt, that of Homer
Greene, may, in the event of Mr. Jad
wln's positive refusal to accept a nomi
nation, become deservedly formidable.
The point that we desire to bring to
the attention of our readers in the dis
trict Is that whomsoever they shall
nominate,- he should be free from fac
tional entanglements and fitted by
character and experience to succeed the
eminent member whom death has re
cently removed. We have heard only
words of praise (or the brother who,
having long aided Myron B. Wright
in business and politics, now aspires to
succeed him. The ambition Is a lauda
ble one; and If he shall succeed In ob
taining the nomination, would be en
titled to and would unquestionably re
ceive the party's united 'support. But
In any event, the nominee should be a
clean, upright and straightforward Re
publican, whose candidacy will appeal
to the best Instincts of the district and
whose election would be followed by ac
ceptable and distinguished public ser
vice at Washington.
,If the Nicaragua canal is to be built
at all, it should ba. built by the United
States government, directly. But it
probably will not be built at all.
First Assistant PoBtmaster General
Jones has asked for legislation that will
prevent the boycotting of minor post-
offices. He says that complaints have
been made that the revenues of fourth
class offices have been greatly reduced
by the action of patrons who mail let
ters upon cars or take them to other
jfllces, thus depriving the postmaster
of their village of the opportunity of
cancelling the stamps. The absurdity
of asking congressional interference
in such a mutter is in accord
ance with the general policy of
the present postal administration. A
much better plan would be to appoint
postmasters whom the people will not
lind it necessary to boycott.
The country did not veto ono kind of
panic-breeding agitation because It
wanted the currency-tinkers to bring on
Captain Delaney for Factory Inspector
There Is every reason to believe that
a former resident of this county, and a
creditable one, Captain John C. Dela
ney, will soon receive the appointment
of factory Inspector from the incoming
governor, General. Hastings. Should
this prospect become a. fact, the governor-elect,
Captain Delaney and tho
commonwealth would equally deserve
While now a resident of and u prop
erty owner In Dauphin county, Captain
Delanoy's long residence In Dunmorc,
his thorough familiarity with the needs
of labor a familiarity achieved during
years of hard work in the mines, and ut
the breaker his natural sympathy for
those who toll and his sterling Repub
licanism give his candidacy a special
local Interest. It is true that Captain
Delaney hus held office before; but enn-
dor compels us to say of him that he
has never disgraced a trust, either by
maudlin intoxication in a public place,
by long absence from his post of duty
or by other demonstration of weakness
or evil purpose. He would bring to the
position of factory inspector qualifica
tions which are genuinely needed in
that important place; and would dis
charge its duties faithfully and ener
The Republicans of Lackawanna
county would learn with pleasure of
Captain Delaney's appointment.
Senator Penrose must have been Jok
ing when he said the Baker high license
law "had practically eliminated the
saloon Influence from politics."
What has come over the spirit of the
Elm Ira Telegram's dreams that it
should say: "It may be good politics,
but it seems decidedly bad Journalism
on the part of our friend, The Tribune,
to be urging on an election contest,
simply because one man was defeated
on the ticket that It rises to represent.
Election is over. The battle has been
fought, and the spoils divided. A con
test means tho expenditure of $25,000 or
$30,000 of the taxpayers' money, to hu
mor the whim of a party paper. The
people's Interests are greater than the
interests of any defeated candidate, and
a paper that has the interests of the
people at heart will cry for peace In
stead of war." Will the Telegram
polntlo a single utterance by this paper
that can by any distortion be made to
sound as If It favored election contests?
Our esteemed Elmira contemporary Is
barking up the wrong tree. t
Democracy's "statesmen of the proud
promise and the' paltry fulfilment" will
not thank Tom Reed for the epigram.'
Very Practical Reform.
The recent rulings of Judges Stowe,
Collier and Blagle, of the common pleas
court of Allegheny county, will, unless
reversed, go a great way toward the
purification of future nuturallzatlon,
These rulings are six hi number,
The first one provides that every
petition for naturalization must be
filed -thirty days In. advance of
the hearing and shall, unless other
wise ordered, be publicly advertised In
at lpast two papers, at the cost of the
petitioner. The remaining, five rules are
as follows; ,
"Any citizen may file a remonstrance
or objection to the naturalization of an
alien ut any time prior to lliuu hearing.
"Every applicant will be required to
show to the satisfaction of the court that
he is able to read or spunk the Knsllsh
language, and that ho understands anil
is attached to the principles of the con
stltutlo:i of the United States and of this
comrtlonweulth, and well disposed to the
good order and happiness of the com
munity. "Every petitioner not. a resident of this
country Khali show under oath that his
petition has not been rejected by any
other court and that there Is a satisfac
tory reason for applying to this court In
stead of to the court of his domicile.
"Kvery petitioner shall allege In his pe
tition, under oath, that the expenses of
his application are not paid or to be paid
by any political party or committee or
person representing or acting for tho
"The officers' fees and the costs of ad
vertising shall be paid by tho petitioner
at the time of filing his application."
It Is a matter of uncertainty whether
this court has the authority to rule as
above: but there Is no possible doubt of
the wisdom and timeliness of the reform
that it suggests. It is high tlmo that
every community In Pennsylvania
which Is not absolutely Indifferent to
the purification of the American fran
chise should move toward a similar sift
ing of the applications for conferred
That Is certainly an unhappy quarrel
which has arisen In Now York city be
tween Archbishop Corrlgan and Father
Ducey, .the pastor of St. Leo's. With
Its ecclesiastical aspect the lay public
Is not concerned. But to the extent
that the archbishop's reprimand of his
subordinate for attending the hearings
of the Lexow, committee Involves an
Intimation of his lack of sympathy
with the municipal purification now In
progress In the metropolis, and an Im
plied repugnance to the present expo
sure of Tamany wickedness and of
ficial debauchery, It Is of great concern.
Looking at the subject without bias, we
should say that the archbishop, If his
words express his meaning, holds views
concerning Tammany and Its agents
which are not shared by the masses of
upright Cathoircs generally; and which,
If carried into effect throughout tho
Catholic church, a conjecture happily
Impossible would set It back fifty
It Is exceedingly kind in the Demo
cratic papers to express bo much solici
tude for the success of Tom Reed's
speakership of the next house. But
those who know Reed may be pardoned
for believing that it is all wasted. He
is not In need of sympathy, these days.
Physicians Should Advertise.
Why should a physician not advertise?
What Is discreditable In a conservative
announcement of Ills special training
and qualifications? Why should he bo
persecuted by fellow physicians for do
ing what all other professional men find
It decidedly advantageous to do?
These questions are suggested by tho
action of the Allegheny Medical society
In expelling Dr.- William F. Barclay, one
of the best known physicians of Pitts
burg, because he advertised a certain
solution of gold in ursenic without di
vulging the secret of its preparation.
Were the other members of that society
simply envious of Dr. Barclay's success
or do they really believe that It is 'Un
dignified to vend medicines except in the
old, retail, prescription way?
Physicians, as a class, are most ami
able, liberal-minded and charitable men,
except toward each other. Why do they
not discard the "ethics" of a century or
more ago and get up to date?
When a prize fighting bout will draw
an audience of thousands In this city
while a superior concei t or a brilliant
lecture will attract scarcely a corporal's
guard, It Is evident that Scranton has
yet much to learn In the direction of
The refusal of the New York authori
ties to permit that Syracuse doctor to
bring a deud murderer to life shows
that they are not yearning just yet for
a census of ghosts.
A general service pension to every
surviving, properly discharged Union
veteran of the . civil wur should be
among the first enactments of the next
So the present high license law "has
taken tha saloon practically out of
politics," has It, Senator Penrose? Dear
Boies, you should visit Scranton.
Business confidence will be more pro
nounced when tho Fifty-fourth con
BAD ENOUGH AS IT IS.
From the Wilkes-Barre Record.
We have a largo and varied assortment
of unhung assassins, it Is true, but Red
Nose Mike was not the last to swing from
a Luzerne Bcaffold. Two others paid tha
penalty for their crimes since then;
George W. Moss, who shot his wife in a
fit of Jealous rage, and Edward McMillan,
the Sturmerville fiend who mutilated his
wife In a most shocking manner. It
docs not follow, howover, that Luzerne
county does not In a measure deserve tho
shady reputation fastened upon her with
in the past two or three years. There are
altogether too many murderers running
loose today and our jurors are Just a lit
tle squeamish In passing upon those who
happen to be apprehended. When it be
comes distinctly understood that murder
means hanging for tho murderer and thut
tho county authorities make It their duty
to hunt the cut-throats down, Luzerne
and Lackawanna will redeem the repu
tations they have lost. Until this is done
there is no use palliating or excusing our
selves or pointing to the other fellow and
saying "you're as bad as I am."
THK VICTORY'S SIZE.
Tom Reed at Boston,
When, In 1810, the people rose In such
wruth thut 1810 has been in American pol
itics the symbol of an Alpine avalanche,
the house of representatives only changed
from twelve Democrats to thirty-seven
Whigs, a change of forly-nlne, and even
when you add one half for Increase of
size, you have only ninety-eight for a to
tal. When Franklin Pierce swept the
country in 1852, the Whigs lost but thirty
scats. In the great upheaval of 1874,
which exceeded that of 1890, ninety-nine
Republican majority was changed to
forty-live Democratic majority, and the
south assumed that solidity which has
been the misfortune of this country ever
since. The total change then was J 44.
The change two weeks ngo was 23S. If
you take off fifty for Increase of tho
house, you still have a change of 188. A
ehangeof 23Slnabody of 350 is unparalleled
In the history of this country, and so far
as 1 now reeull, of any executive body in
any free government in this world.
No doubt Is entertained of Stephen B.
Elklns' election to tho West Virginia ten
atorshlp, Tennessee Republicans are afraid Governor-elect
Evans may yet be juggled out
Governor-elect Morton publicly denies
that there hus been any estrangemnt be
tween ex-Senator Piatt and himself, or
any other representative Republican con
Reuben F. Kolb, tho Populist standing
candidate for governor of Alabama, says
Dates' nominal plurality of 27.582 will be
wiped out by fruuds in fifteen counties
of which he hus sworn evidence.
William II. Zeller, the efficient and
obliging state editor of the Philadelphia
Times, will represent that Journal at Har
rlsburg next session, ,thua assuring the
thoroughness of Its legislative news ser
vice. General Roeder, as secretary of the com
monwealth, will have fifteen places to fill:
A deputy, at $2,500: chief clerk, at $2,200;
corporation clerk. $2,200; one extra clerk,
$1,500; ten other clerks; $1,400 each, and a
In the line of phenomenal majorities the
greatest ever given In Pennsylvania, says
the Philadelphia Times, considering the
times and vote, was that to Governor
John Andrew Shtiltze, Democrat, In
1820. Shultzo had 72.710 votes to 1,170 cast
for Sergeant, a majority of 71,040.
Among the latest applicants for favor
nt General Hastings' , hands Ib Colonel
Thomas M. Jones, the ubiquitous and
clever editor of the Harrlsburg Telegraph.
Mr. Jones has already climbed up fame's
ladder until he Is the recognized peer of
any political reporter at the capital; but
he now aspires to seek shekels as well, In
the capacity of state printer. If newspa
per men decided this appointment It would
doubtless go to Mr. Jones by an over
From the Reading Times.
It may bo Bald of Reading what has been
said of Lancaster, that it has the best
markets and the poorest libraries of any
city in Pennsylvania. Reading has made
repeated efforts to build up a public li
brary, but what a magnificent failure
these efforts have proved when compared
with toe public libraries of Wllkes-Barra
and Scranton, or the state library at Har-
rlaburg or the Carnegie libraries In West
...v j -.
A Victory for Protection. ,
Tom Roed at Boston. ,
It may be that at tho last election hard
times euused Borne Irrational voting. It
may bo that disgust at tho utter ineffi
ciency of the Democracy as rulers played
no small part, but the fact remains that
the overwhelming victory we have had
was a victory for protection, as the firm
faith of tho American people.
A Sum in Geometrical Progression.
From the TlmcD-Star.
At the present rate of deficit-production,
what would be the probable condi
tion of the nation's finances after thirty
two years of Democratic legislation?
Score One for the Democrats. I
From the Cincinnati Commercial. ,
Tho Democratic administration! has
opened one, and only one, of the "jnar
kets of the world" to an envied American
product United Stutcs bonds.
WITHIN THE PAST FEW MONTHS
THERE HAS BEEN RADICAL
CHANGES IN THE STYLES OF
ALL WHICH HAVE BEEN TO THE
ADVANTAGE OF THE BUYER, AS
THE NEW AND TASTY PATTERNS
ARE LESS EXPENSIVE THAN THE
OLDER ONES. THUS ENABLING
THE PURCHASERS TO FURNISH
THEIR PARLORS IX UP-TO-DATE
STYLES AT A
YOU CANNOT FAIL TO ,BE
PLEASED WITH OUR EXHIBIT OF
THESE GOODS, AND IF YOU DO
NOT SEE MADE UP WHAT YOU
DESIRE, OUR STOCK OF COVER
INGS TO SELECT FROM 13 COM
131 AND 133
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 buying.
Coursen, demons & Co.
Yes sir! ' We
have a specialist
here to Dt you who
does nothing cist.
Sit right down
and have your
I f If I ces Ctttd in a
' scientific manner.
423 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
Claims the Head Every Time.fs'ever
Walk Under a Fossil; It's Too
Suggestive of Antiquity.
Therefore Wear One of
CONRAD'S ,'. HATS
305 Lackawanna Ave.
Altemus and D. & IT. Co.'s editions of Handy Volutin Claisici,
Cloth, stamped in silver, generally sold at 50 cents; our prica from
when they positively will uot b) duplicate I.
These books are very attractive
well to come in and get their supply
Paul and Vlrglniur-Lernardln de St.
Queen or the Air John KusUIn
Reveries of a liuclieloi Ike Marvtl. (D.
Sartor Jti-sartuB Thomas Carlyle.
Sesame and Lilies John Huskin.
Scarlet Letter Nathaniel Hawthorne.
Ships That Pass In the Night Beatrice
Story of an African Farm Oliver
Tales from ShakeBpearf Charles and
Tennyson's Complete Poems, Vol. 1.
Tennyson's Complete Poems, Vol. 2.
The Coming Race Lord Lytton.
The Last Esays of Ella Lamb.
The Lady of the Lake Sir Walter Scott.
Twice Told Tales Nathaniel Hawthorne.
In connection with this great Book Site, we will also have plenty of other baoks, Historical and
Juvenile, that we will offer at popular prices, iucludius Shcpp's World's Fair Photographed, a 5 book
at t8 cents. Clark's Koad to Ileaveu, a $3.50 book at 5'J cents. China and Japan, illustrated, iust out.
a $1.00 book at $1. 49. " '
Do Yonrtoes .
Jf you do and need a new pair, why
not examine the Block of
The Lackawanna Store Association, Lim.
Corner Lacka. and Jefferson Aves.
We are sole agents In this city for the
J. S. TURNER & CO. High Grade Shoes for
men's wear (these shoes took first pre
mium at the World's Fair, Chlcaso), and
for KDWIN C. BURT & CO.'S Celebrat
ed Shoe3 for ladies' wear.
We also handle the following lines:
Strong & Carroll,
J. & II. Fltzputrlclt,
Stacy, AUuuis & Co.,
O. P. Ford & Co..
Thiiuiat a. Plant Co.,
n. . Aiurigut vo.
If desired, will take measure and order
Epecial pairs from any factory In the
Oui" aim Is to be prompt, to Rive our
customers the best attention and lowest
prices, guaranteeing satisfaction on all
We also carry a nne line of GROCER
IES, HARDWARE, DRY GOODS,
CLOTHING, GENTS' FURNISHINGS,
A trial la whit we ask of our citizens and ws
will endeavor to pleas.1.
ments, Reception Cards,
Stationers and Engravers,
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, HILL a S
Sot teeth, J3.E0: best set, t8: for pold caps
ffnd teeth without plates, called crown and
brlduo work, call for prices ami refer
ences. TONALGi A, for extracting teetlf
without pain. No ether. No gas.
OVER FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
BROTHERS, WYOMING' AVE,
II GREATEST SENSATION OF THE YR
for Holiday Gifts and library purposes. Sunday Schools would do
before they ara all gona. toal the list of titles and authors:
Uncle Tom's Cabin Harriet Deecher
Vicar of Wakefield Oliver Ooldsmith.
Vhlttler's Earlier Poeni.i.
Ideala Sarah Grand.
Browning's Poems Robert.
Carlyle's History of the French Revolu
tion, Vol. 1.
Carlyle's History of the French Revolu
tion, Vol. 2.
Cranford Mrs. Haskell.
Crown of Wild Olives John Ru.skln.
Dreams Oliver Schrelner.
Dream Life Ik. Marvel (D. O. Mitchell.)
Emerson's Essays, 1st series.
Emerson's Essays, 2d series.
Essays of Elia Lamb.
Ethics of the Dust John Ruskln.
Evangeline Henry W. Longfellow.
Half Hours with Great Authors.
Half Hours with Great Novelists.
China Closets reducad 15 to 40 per cent
, NOV. 20, 1304.
HULL & CO.'S,
205 WYOMING AVENUE.
Fine Dressing Tablet greatly leJueed In price
If you would have the
Amount of heat from the
Amount of fuel, 3011 must
Foote & Shear Go.
TONE IS FOUND ONLY IN THE
lGino. siza, bound in English Sift
now until tho stock is exhausted
Half' Hours with Great Story Tellers.
Half Hours with Great Humorists.
Heroes and Hero Worship Thos. Car
lyle. House of Seven Gables Nathaniel
Idylls of the King Lord Tennyson.
Imitation of Christ-Thomas A. Kem-
John Halifax, Vol. 1 Miss Mulock.
John Halifax, Vol. 2 Miss Mulock.
Lalla Rookh Thomas Moore.
Lights of Asia Sir Edwin Arnold. ','
Longfellow's Earlier Poems.
Lorna Doone, Vol. 1 U. D. Blackmore.
Lorna Doone, Vol. 2 R. D. Blackmore.
Lucille Owen Meredith.
Mornings in Florence John Ruskln.
Mosses from an Old Manse Nathaniel
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physicians, are now permanently
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The symptoms of which are dlzziness.lack
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