Towanda daily review. (Towanda, Pa.) 1879-1921, December 17, 1881, Image 2

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    The E>ailv Review.
Towanda, Pa., Satuday, Dec. 17, 1881.
'Daily itrriew" tfu/y !i5 cents per
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The penuy-a-liners at Washington hav- j
ing .started a ruinor that the stalwart
leaders of Pennsylvania had held a caucus
iu Washington and determined to make
Gen Beaver a candidate for Governor next j
full, the Philadelphia Press remarks:
Gen. James A. Beaver is a gallant sol
dier, a sturdy Republican, and a stainless
citizen. For some time past his name
lias been prominently associated in the |
public mind with the next nomination for
Governor, and he possesses many strong
atributes as a popular standard bearer,
if he were to enter the canvas on his own
merits, he would certainly be a formida
ble candidate; and it might easily be that
with a fair and just spirit, he could readi
ly unite all elements of the party both in
the nomination and in the campaign.
The one thing that would be disastrous
to the movement iu his behalf would be
the popular belief that the bosses had un
dertaken to make him the candidate with
out regard to public sentiment, and had
"set up" his nomination by machine
methods. Such an impression would be
well-nigh fatal. And with this wide
spread hostility to autocratic rule, the
story published the other day t.iat the
machine managers had held a little cau
cus of their own and assumed to determ
ine that he should be Governor has stir
red a deep public feeling. The people are
in no mood for such usuapations of their
own prerogative. They accept leaders,
but not dictators; they want organiza
tion, but not servility. Especially when
it comes to the head of the Common
wealth, they want a Governor of the peo
ple and for tho peopld, and not a Gover
nor by the bosses and for the bosses.
Such a story was calculated to prejudice,
and injure General Beaver.
We are at a loss to see why Gen. Bea
ver's " strong atributes " should be dis
regarded simply because certain men fa
vor Ills nomination, and without whose I
aid his election would be uncertain to say
the least, li will be observed the I'ress
says Gen. Beaver's name' " has been
prominently associated in the public
mind" in connection with the Gubernato
rial nomination, for some time prior to
the reported stalwart caucus. It would
seem to us that if Mr Cameron and his co
leaders have declared for Beaver under
such circumstances, that the fact is a
gratifying evidence that they submit to
the public will in the matter and have no
policy of their own in opposition to pop
ular sentiment. We have no particular
love for Mr. Cameron, but it is simple
justice to him that he be allowed to ex
press his preferences for candidates, es
pecially when it is known that lie will be
called upon to take an active part in the
election of the ticket whoever may be the
standard bearer.
The suggestion of the names of Beaver
and Grow should meet the approbation of
the best element of the republican party,
no matter who puts them forward.
President Arthur's children will remain
in New York for the present.
General Simon Cameron is going to
spend the winter in the city of Mexico,
and will leave home iu a few weeks.
The young Duke of Portland, one of
the wealthiest of English noblemen, is
said to have an income of about .$1)50,OOU
a year; and his predecessor, the eccentric
Duke, left liini $7,250,000 in cash.
Secretary Blaine has ordered a beauti
ful silver cup for his little namesake.
Blaine VouSteuben, and has, by cable,
sent his thanks to Baron Steuben for
the new honor conferred upon him.
The late Senator Burnside's household
goods were sold in Washington on Mon
day. The prices obtained were small.
Senator Anthony bought, through an
agent, much of the silver, china and
glassware bearing his dead friend's
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Lntil further notice the Coal
Dealers of Towanda will sell
Pittston Coal in yard at $4.00
per ton.
Loyal Sock in yard at $3.50
per ton.
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Estimates furnished when desired
Shop a few doors north of Mercur Block
May 6, 1881.