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TIIE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING. FEBRUArV 13. 1S95.
IU3H13 DAILY IB SORANTOIt PA.. BT TH TMBOTO
P. KINSSBUNV, Put. OrN't, Ms
C. H. RIPPLE, Sio y and Tc.
LIVV . RICHARD, toiTOH.
W. W. DAVIS, Bo.ihcm Muun.
W. W. YOUNGS, Aov. Mn's
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ISCKAXTON, KEBHUAKY 13, 1895.
THE SCRANTON OF TODAY.
Come and Inspect our city.
Elevation above the tldu, 74U feet -Kxtromoly
Kstlmated population, 1894, 103,000.
Registered: voters, 20,599.
Value of school property, J75O.0CO.
Number of school children, 12,000.
Average amount of bank deposits, J19,
tOU. (K 10.
It's the metropolis of northeastern Penn
sylvania. Can produce electric power cheaper than
No better fcolnt In the United States at
jrhlch to establish new Industries.
See how we erowi
Population In 1SC0..
Population In 1870
Population In 1880
Population In ISM 75--ls
Population In 1894 (estimated) 103.W0
And the end Is not yot,
Ag tho municipal campaign draws to
a close It Is lntovoMitiB to notice the
strong current In the KiKhth ward In
favor of W. S. Millar for alderman.
This popular candidate is not only sure
of the solid support of thi party which
lit! has long served so etlUicnUy and
faithfully hi Its locnl battles, but Is
rapidly winning over personal friends
of the Democratic persuasion. As alder
man, Mr. Millar will abundantly realize
the high expectations of his many sup
porters. Personal Habits and Morals.
There appears to be somewhat of a
disposition In t'ittstoti Just now to In
dulge In Invidious personal comparisons
among the various candidates for city
otllcp. 'While the personal character of
a candidate for responsible local office
is by no means a matter of Indifference
to the voters of any community, it may
fairly be questioned whether anything
Is ever gained for public morals by the
jiufTllc holding up to scorn of purely
personal weaknesses, as distinguished
from defects of a public character.
For example, a man may chew to
bacco, to such an extent ns to render
his presence distasteful to many per
sons; but It would hardly do. In a politi
cal campaign, to pillory him for that
shortcoming if it was the only objec
tion that could be brought against his
fitness for public office. Or, again, an
other candidate might, at rare times,
succumb to a weakness for liquor with
out necessarily sacrificing cither his In
tegrity as a citizen or his usefulness in
a public trust. To illustrate this point,
It may be said that rumor, for several
months, has In a quiet way pointed to
alleged indiscretions of this kind on tho
part of a number of officials In high
public position at Washington, one of
them, in fact, occupying the very high
est office in the gift of tho people. Yet
no one has yet, in a public manner,
turned these asserted personal failings
Into a weapon of attack. P.y common
consent, these vague and Indefinite
Stories have been dismissed as of a kind
too unimportant. In a public sense,
whether true or false, to receive digni
The criticism that counts, before In
telligent taxpayers, is that which points
nut elements of unlltness in candidates
for office that would, In the event of
their election, cause or threaten a de
preciation In their public services. It is
pertinent, upon sufficient grounds, to
question a candidate's honesty and his
loyalty to the law. The man who
hopes to be put Into a position where
it will be his duty to handle public
funds or to execute laws should be an
honest man, and should not he, by
habit, a law breaker, nut to raise
questions as to the food that he eats,
the liquor that he drinks, the clothing
that he wears or the habits that pertain
exclusively to his Individual private life
is, In the majority of cases, tn embark
upon a crusade that will excite mis
interpretation and cause needless ani
mosities and resentments. The voter
may pass on these points in the privacy
of the election booth with better graco
than the newspapers may. In the "white
light of gurlsh publicity."
Journalists generally will cordially
approve the action of the Philadelphia
I'en and Pencil club In reelecting Louis
N. Megargee to the presidency of that
popular organization for the ensuing
year. President Megargee will preside
during the forthcoming visit of the
International League of Press clubs lo
Philadelphia, and will do the honors on
that occasion with expert urbanity and
1 Journalist Palm, of Meadvllle, Is one
of the growing number of Intelligent
men who cannot see why the sale of
oleomargarine, ns such, should he pro
hibited in this state, merely In order
that the dairy interests may keep up
their high prices on indifferent butter.
In order to add practical force to his
contention that artificial hutter, when
properly made, Is chemically as pure
and quite as palatable as the yellow
product of the udder, he lately secured
from a ago "oleo" factory sample
packages, which he then entered, nil
hutter, in a prize competition held re
cently at Meadvllle by the Pennsylva
nia State Dairymen's association. This
association had, by resolution, branded
oleomargarine as nothing less than
i "axle grease" and "hoof Juice;" but the
association experts showed that they
did not know what they had been talk
ing about, inuslnueh as they awarded
second and third prizes to the two
To get square with .the venturesome
editor for thus exhibiting their ignor
ance, the association now threatens to
haveMr.Palm arrested;but ithe chances
are that its suit, if ever brought, would
be promptly and deservedly laughed
out of court.
The Quay bill to establish a new fed
oral court district in Pennsylvania,
with Scrunton, as the center, has been
Introduced In the house by Representa
tive Scranton. We have already pointed
out Its numerous and pressing claims to
the favorable consideration of this con
gress. The bill would entail compara
tively little new expense, and this would
be more than counterbalanced by the
saving it would occasion among those
who, when having litigation before the
federal courts, are now forced to make
the long nnd tedious journey to Pitts
burg. The twenty counties Included In
the proposed Northern district will
easily supply enough business to war
rant the creation of a third court; and
their citizens have n right to expect
cheap and convenient court facilities.
A Call for Volunteers.
On page five of this issue appears the
details of a plan whereby It Is hoped
to raise a Finishing and Furnishing
fund of $10,001) with which to complete
the equipment of the Scranton Young
Men's Christian association. In brief,
it is proposed to acknowledge. In tills
paper, pontributlons from every reader
who feels BUllleiently Interested In the
good work of this splendid home Insti
tution to give, for Its enlargement, a
sum of money ranging anywhere from
1 cent to $100. To start the ball rolling,
The Tribune Itself gives $100.
All amounts, whether large or small,
received by this paper up to 0 o'clock
at nltfht will be acknowledged the fol
lowing morning, nnd deposited hi bank
tho following day, subject to the check
of the treasurer of the Young Men's
Christian association, The pennies of
the poor will receive just as hearty a
welcome and be acknowledged with ex
actly the sume care as will the dollars
of the rich. No reader of these lines Is
too poor to send something. Send It
now, while you think of It; and thus
win the satisfaction of being among
the first to respond to one of the most
deserving calls ever issued In the his
tory of practical beneficence In north
It is almost unnecessary to add, al
though, to correct any possible misap
prehension, we shall add It, that the
only purpose which The Tribune has
in the premises is to help along a worthy
cause. To this end, It has given freely
of Its space and money; and It has done
tills the more willingly for the reason
that it recognizes in the Scranton
Young Men's Christian association an
Institution which opens its doors upon
CMiial terms to Protestant and Catholic,
Jew and Gentile, Mohammedan and
Agnostic, American,. Herman, Irishman,
Frenchman, any man at all. The com
munity which has for years enjoyed the
beneficent fruits of this all-comprehensive
liberality in good ministrations will
not, we take it, begrudge the slight
repayment that is now sought.
We call for volunteers. Who will be
the first to respond?
Candidate for Common Council
Mickey, of the Nineteenth ward, pro
fesses to be sure of re-election; but that
little display of braggadocio will not de
ceive anybody. The next councilman
from the Nineteenth will be a Repub
lican, and a clean one at that.
A Short Study in Crime.
In the last five years, according to
figures compiled by Warden Wright, of
the Riverside penitentiary, there has
been an Increase of 50 per cent. In the
number of convicts received, at that
penal Institution, 30 per cent, of which
occurred In the past two years. During
that time the Increase In population In
tills state has been less than " per cent,
per annum. The average sentence to
day Is nearly double what It was five
years ago, a fact due, not to the in
creased severity of the courts, but to
the greater enormity of the offences. A
minor fact of some interest is that tho
bulk of this crime Is committed, not
by foreigners, nor by persons of foreign
parentage, but by Americans. In the
past two years K74 prisoners were re
ceived nt the penitentiary. Of these,
about III per cent, were born In Penn
sylvania, 28 per cent, were born In
other states, and only 1 per cent, were
of foreign birth. Coupled with the fact
that there are, before the legislature
at this time, propositions asking for
enlarged appropriations for five differ
ent kinds of lunatic asylums, the de
mand for which Is Increasing even
faster than Is the demand for new Jail
room, the foregoing statement, com
plied from an official report, Is not only
Interesting but also Important.
Side by side with the newspaper nr
tlclo of which the foregoing Is a brief
summary appears the following para
graph, under the heading "Religious
Topics": "Some one has estimated that
we have spent nearly $470,000,000 In
building churches In this land and J.'oo,
000.000 In building Jails; and that it
costs $50,000,000 a year to run the
churches and $400,000,000 to run the
Jails." Inasmuch ns public Bentlnvnt
will not permit a slighting of the jails,
It would seem from this that a lurge In
crease In the money contributed to the
support of the churches would be In
order, if the Jails are ever to be re
lleved of the present strain upon them.
Either that, or else the churches must
become more practical. Probably a
combination of both would bo in order,
with larger sums of money to the
schools and compulsory education
The Lancaster New Kra, In the course
of a vicious onslaught upon Captain
John C. Dclnney, takes occasion to
praise Senator Qobln for his "manly
but fruitless fight" against the bill to
establish the office of custodian of pub
lic buildings nnd grounds. We presume
that the New Bra. on the pamo prin
clple, will censure Senator Qobln for
championing the measures to raise the
salary of the head of the state bank
Inspection department as soon as it
learns that ho advocated that Increase.
It is a poor rule which will not work
The casting of "Uruad upon the
waters" does not always Involve so long
an Interval before its return as U has
Involved In the case of Dr. Allen Norton
Leete, of this city, who, in reciprocation
for a loan of $500. made more than a
Kcore of years ago to a friend In need,
now receives $50,000 in the form of a be
quest. Rut it is In all cases a profit
ale practice, which ought to gain In
vogue as a consequence of this latest
windfall." We congratulate Dr. Leete
und wish him happiness In the realiza
tion of his good fortune.
It is seemingly rulher late In the day
for the citizens of Sullivan county to
discover that they do not care to stand
the expense of a costly judicial election
contest. But it Is not too late for them
to remember that tho man whose per
sistency In questioning the election of
Judge Dunham has precipitated this ex
pense Is none other than the defeated
Democratic candidate, backed up by
the Democratic bosses of the district.
This fact would appear to be a good
thing to file away for future reference.
The manly card of Homer Greene to
tho Republicans of Wayne county who
vainly tried to secure his nomination
for congress In the Fifteenth district
will add to thefrlendllnessgenerally felt
for this gifted citizen of Honesdale. Mr.
Greene accepts defeat In a manly spirit.
wastes no time in vain regrets und Is,
if we mistake not, lu direct line for
future promotion. The Republican
party can well afford to keep u favor
able eye on Homer Greene.
No one should now accuse Rill Cook
of cowardice. The man who can un
flinchingly receive a sentence enforc
ing u residence of fifty years In Albany
is no chicken.
If Mrs. Rnldwln had only foretold Dr.
Leeto's good luck, possibly the doctor
would now be less skeptical as to the
merits of the so-culled science of "som
nomancy." I.LtilSI.ATlVi: TOPICS.
Not Lobbying This Your.
Philadelphia Times: The Indifference
which rullway managers are manifesting
toward legislative bodies this winter us
to what action they might take adverse
to railway interests, Is causing much com
ment. One official suld It meunt that the
railroad companies havo no money to
waste In lobbying to prevent unfavorable
legislation. "The fact Is," he said, 'If
legislative bodies wish to enact laws
which will c.ipple the roads the traveling
public and the shippers will be the losers
in tho end, us the highly satisfactory ser
vice of the railways at present und the
rates ut whic h business is carried cannot
be continued under further adverse legis
lation. At any rate, there will be no
money expended to prevent the carrying
out of unfavorable legislation toward tho
railroads. In every legislative body there
are men with hobbles and cranky Ideas,
and usually they are hostile to railways
and Ignorant of the expense attached lo
operating them. Rates are now so low
and transportation facilities so fur tn ud-
vunee of former years that to operate
Ight out of ten roads in this country costs
75 lo SO per cent, of the gross earnings,
which practically means that this SO per
cent, of gross earnings is distributed
largely among the laboring classes, and'
when railroads are subjected to unjust
legislation the employe feels it as directly
as does the holder of the securities."
The Truth's Unavailing Opposition.
Ilarrlsburg correspondence of the Arch-
bald Citizen: In the house Mr. Fair's
compulsory education bill was reported
from the committee on education with a
favorable recommendation. The vote was
unanimous on the committee nnd the bill
will pass the house anil senate with but
few votes against It. Marked copies nf
the Scranton Truth were received here
last week containing an account of the
terrible death of a man in Kuglanil, who
was Imprisoned for not sending his child
to school. This article was the subject of
much comment among the members, but
bus not Influenced the friends of Mr.
Fa it's bill. In fact when the provisions
of the bill are generally known there can
be no opposition to It In any quarter.
Senator Ynughun has made ur-
ancements lo have Congressman Curtis,
of New York, come here and deliver nil
nddress on behalf of his bill to ubollsh
capital punishment. Congressman CuriU
Is the leader of the movement to abol
ish capital punishment und his bill to that
effect has passed the house of representa
tives at Washington.
Digger Salaries In Hard Times.
Colonel Sam Hudson In the Philadelphia
Ttulletln: The officials of the big rur.il
counties have revived tho salary grub of
two years ago, width gave Governor
Pultlson a line opportunity to write a
veto "ringer." The bill bus been Intro
duced by Senator Kline, nnd it applies lo
the populous counties -those having 1MI,-
Inhabitants and upwards. The salar
ies of the county officials ure raised all
round. The commissioners, whose of
fice Is popularly supposed to be a fat one,
through the peculiar methods which iip-
pertalu to them, get a raise from $1,.r,iKi to
$:i,itO; the coroner, from $1,9.1 to $2,000; con
troller, from fci.lNiO to 4,ii; treasurer,
from l,r.Uu to $:i.O00; clerk of the courts,
from $:!,riiio to $I,iki; the salary of the first
assistant district attorney Is fixed at $l,S'l
and that of second assistant at Jl,2ilu. It
Is probable, however, that this hill has a
rocky road before It. In view of the fact
that wages of all libels of employment are
falling and the drop In the prices nf ev
erything there Is to buy. It would seoin
lo lie hardly the time to Increase the Kal
nrles of politicians. The bill will be bit
terly fought In tho house.
Puss the Forestry Hills,
Philadelphia Record: Five forestry bills,
each distinct and yet all co-related, ure to
day before the legislature of this common
wealth. Their common nini Is to provide
the stule with an efficient forestry com
mission anil Inspection nnd a piddle
knowledge of the forestry needs. Profes
sor J. T. Uothroi k has estimated that un
der forest cure and protection Pennsyl
vania. In fifty yours should have standing
white pine worth, nt present prices, one
and a half billion dollars. "The timber,"
us ho suggests, "should be produced on
ground capable of producing no other crop
advantageously. Its growth would leave
tho soil In a fertile condition. Pal I uro to
produce this, would mean large Impover
ished areas which would not only produce
nothing, but would be a menace to the
rest of tho commonwealth In periods of
largo, sudden rainfall." Tho lire warden
system proposed for the state would thus
save, potentially, $'10,000,000 annually to the
commonwealth and Insure, ns well, Im
munity from many disasters,
llnllot Defects to He Corrected.
Harrlsbttrg Patriot: The defects In the
ballot law are to be corrected. Senator
Raker, the frumer of the act. Is collecting
copies of the proposed changes and sug
gestions that havo been offered; h hus
also received the changes recommended
by the Hallot Reform association, but will
press no definite measure until agreement
has been reached with the members sug
gesting amendments. These proposed
changes will likely combine Into one bill
for which a special order will be asked In
of the act In regard to voting upon ques
tions of munlctpul Indebtedness the title
will be amended so us to cover this seem
ing defect. The senator will also endeavor
to amend the twenty-sixth section hy re
quiring every voter who declares that h9
has a disability and requires assistance to
make his statement under oath upon
printed form as now required by residence
and on uge. Ho courts criticism of tho act
und ho Is open to any suggestions that
can be mude that would Increase its elll
clency. Pass tho forestry Hills.
Norrlstown Herald: The bill to create
a forestry commission which has beon
discussed this week at Harrlsbiirg, is a
highly meritorious ineusure. lis object Is
to stay the ravages which u're annually
made by tires and thus protect what mill
reinuliis of tho forests. Under present
laws these duties must be performed by
Individual owners If they ure attended at
all. In such bunds they are notoriously
apt to bo neglected, undine failure or a
sinnll owner to employ thu necessary
means tor extinguishing forest tires may
result In tho ruin of thousands of acres.
A spark frum a locomotive may klncllo
Humes wlhch, if suffered to spread un
checked, may cause dumuge amounting
to million. The destruction of Its forests
Is un almost Irreparable loss to the state,
und meusures for preventing nnd extin
guishing forest lifts should be promptly
Improve the Kurul Schools,
Philadelphia Press: Larger state ap
propriations for the rural schools will be
un advantage If coupled with the Improve
ment of these schools. If It Is not the in
creased appropriation will simply pauper
ize the schools und communities which
uro aided. The schools 111 the rural dis
tricts of this state ure steadily deteriorat
ing, und If the members from the rural
comities have their way Pennsylvania
will sink Into a slough of rural ignorance.
yi: si.i.KiiiKim: iautie.
Ye nolsle slelghride starts with merrle
Kehft gentll muyde ben well y 'tnckeu in,
And ortenwhyles lllnulured urchins shy
V'o festive snowuitlle swift us they passe
Ye bashfulle swuyne hymu thinks, tho"
yet nf in ic If.
To haply hugge some comely simple
And ever ond anon a voice commands,
Iletwixt ye trompets' peules: "Hold uppe
Whenus returns eehe niatine and muyden
Nonno sound blasts out uponno ye frostle
Save when perchaunce In Hhuwle-envel-
A blundering yokel gives too loud u
Or when some uninformed, foolish wight,
Well ineuuing, hugges ye tender mayda
Xonnu word is spoke, for In ye mone-
Kcho felloo kens ye reste ben onto hyme.
Jack Stevens In Life.
LADIES' DRESSINO TABLES.
TEA TABLES AND LIBRARY
TABLES, BRASS AND ONYX
TABLES AND CABINETS (OF A
AN ELEGANT STOCK OP PIC
TURES AT MODERATE COST.
FANCY BASKETS AND LAMPS.
CALL EARLY AND MAKE YOUR
SELECTIONS WHILE OUR AS
SORTMENT IS COMPLETE.
131 AND 133
Have finished our inven
tory and are now pre
pared to give you some
good Bargains in
DINNER, TEA AND
TOILET SETS, BAN
QUET, PIANO, STAND
LAMPS & CHANDELIERS.
Great reductions in
fancy goods, Bric-a-Brac,
422 LACKA. AVE.
The secret is out Not only do they
say we do washing for u livinu, lmt
that we do it well. So keep it going,
'fell everybody you see, but tell tlicm
not to tell .
EUREKA ... LAUNDRY,
312 Washington Ave.
America, France and Japan are the greatest
Silk producing countries. You will find them
all represented by us. Great care has been ex
ercised in the selection of exclusive designs that
we control, hence cannot be found elsewhere.
Silks are no longer a luxury. At the present
prices lowest on record, everybody can afford
to wear Silks, as they are even cheaper than
Fine Cotton Fabrics
Preparations going on for our Great February Sale of
Muslin Underwear, which will begin Monday, Feb. 18th.
Inks of All Kinds
agents rnrt nurr
Leon Isaac Pens
Stationers and Engravers,
317 LACK6WMM AVE.
CALL AND SEE
Our Large Variety of
Ji Hi iiiuuinuiu u uiiui
314 Lackawanna Ave.
DR. KILL & SON
Rot toeth, $5.50; boat net. S8; for cold onp
and teeth without platen, railed orown and
brldno work, full for irliH and refer
onooB. TUNA1.C1IA, for eMraetlnu tool
without pain. No ether. No bus.
OVER FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
A perfect kaleidoscope of Fashion's latest con
ceits; such a wealth of colorings and beautiful
designs never displayed over our counters since
we have been in business. Polite salesmen can
entertain you for hours, by showing you all of
the new and pretty things in Silks, adapted for
waists, full costumes or separate skirts.
S7.00 Chiffonier for $j j0.
Feb. 13, 1395.
The First of Next Month
We will move into the
new store on Washing
ton avenue, next to
the First Presbyterian
church, between Spruce
HULL & CO.,
205 Wyoming Avenue.
I Bedroom Suits Reduced from $100.00 to $t)0. 00
And keep going right
by buying aud carry
ing one of
423 LAGKA. AVE.
YENISON, PRAIRIE CHICKEN,
Partridges, Quail, Rabbits,
All Kinds of Poultry,
Mushrooms, Green Beans,
Cucumbers, Head Lettuce,
Salsify Radishes, Etc.
THE NEW YEAR RIGHT
TONE IS FOUND ONLY IN Trie
FOUND ONLY IN THE
Headaches prevoutod and (Hired by having
your eyes sciuntiftrally px am hied aud
littod accurately by .
EYES KX A MIXED FREE. Satisfaction
guaranteed in every cane.
30S Spruce Street
DR. E. GREWER.
The Philadelphia Specialist, und his ueso
ciuted staff of IOhkIIhIi and German
physicians, are now. permanently
Old Postoffice Building, Qorner Perm
Avenue and Spruce btreet.
The doctor Is a gruduue of tho lnlver
Bity of Pennsylvania, formerly demon
strator of physlolouy nnd nurgury at the
Medieo-Chliiirulcal rollene of Philadel
phia. Hi specialties are Chronic, Ner
vous, Skin, llcai t, Womb nnd Ulood din
eases. DISEASES OF THE KERYOUS SYSTEM
The symptoms or which are diizlneRs.lack
of confidence, sexual weakness m men
and women, ball rising in throat, sputa
float ins before the eyes, loss of memor y,
unable to concentrate the mind on one
subject, easily startled when suddenly
spoken to, ami dull distressed mind. which,
unllls them for performing: Iho actual du
ties of life, niakiHK huppincss impossible,
distressing tile action of tho heart, caus
Init flush of heat, depression of spirits. evil
forebodings, cowardice, fear, dreams, mel
ancholy, tiro easy of company, feellni; ua
tired in the morning as when retiring,
lack of energy, nervousness, trembling,
confusion of thought, depression, const ip.i
tien, weakness of the limbs, etc. Those so
affected should consult us immediately,
ard be restored to perfect health.
Lost Manhood Restored.
WVakuess of Young Men Cured.
If you havo been Riven up by your phy
plclnn call upon the doctor and be exam
"ed. He rules the worst eases of Ner
vous L-.blllty, Scrofulu, Old Sores, Ca
tarrh, Piles, Pemalo Weakness, Affec
tions of the P.ye, liar, Xose nnd Throat,
Asthma, Deafness, Tumors, Cancers und
Cripples of every description.
Consultations free and strlclly sacred
nnd confldenlr,". Olllce hours daily frera
a.m. fo 9 p.m. Sunday. 9 lo 2.
Knclose five 2-cent stamps for symtpom
blanks and my book culled "New Life."
1 will pay one thousand dollars In jroli
to anyone whom 1 cannot euro of EPI
LEPTIC CONVULSIONS or PITS.
Pit. K. OHKWKR,
Old 1'ost Ofllce PuiMlnif, corner Peuoj
avenue nnd Spruce street.
TO ENTER THE HEART.
We linvn entered tho homed of a mnlor
Ity of the people in Scranton with our u
perlor House PurnlsliliiKS. etc. You can
not find a better valentine for your wife
than un liuKtor HaiiRe. You will net your
money's worth back aKaln a hundred
times If you purchase such sterling Roods.
Our prices huve been put so low we fear
they'll never stand upon their reet attain.
Perhupn you know u little about Hard
ware. We can teach yon more. Come te
our school. We will greet you In our new
store April 1.
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