Times for Tariff Channes. The Now York Times, commenting on tho reasons given by tho American Economist for opposing tariff revision, says: "And bo It goos. Any tlmo Is suit-ablo suit-ablo to IncrcaBo tho tariff. There Is nono suitable to roduco It or to correct cor-rect Its absurdities and wrongs." A reversal of tho above would fit tho Democratic attltudo any tlmo In th last hundred years. As a matter ot fact tho statement as quoted Is not truo of the Republicans. Thoy rcduc ed tho tariff In 18G7, In 1883, and In details nt other times. Indeed, from 1807 onward all tho tendencies wero toward reduction. Even tho much maligned McKlnloy net of 1890 did somo reducing, whllo other things woro ndvanccd becnuso experienco had shown that tho reductions of 1883 hnd been Injurlotm to tho country. Tho Dlngloy act was forced upon tho country by tho Democrats, for It was tho necessary follower of tho Wil-son-Gormun net, as necessary as reconstruction re-construction after a disastrous conflagration.