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THE SCRANTON TKIJiUNE-FRIDAY MOBNING. J UJjY G, 1894;
PUIUSHtS DAILY IN cNTOW, P., TMt
THIIUK" PUSLISHINO COMPANY.
New YOAK OrriCI I TmiUNC SUILOIN.
IHTIRID AT TM POSTOFFICf AT eAMTO.
SBCONBCLASe MAIL MATTKR.
tCBAKTON. JULY a 1894.
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.
DASIEL H. HASTINGS,
for luufoinnf Qnvtrnnr:
t or Auditor Ueneml;
AMOS H. 1ITMS.
for Secretary of lternal Affain:
JAMES V. LATTA,
OALVSHA A. GROW,
fiEOKUE F. HVFK,
Election linn-. Nv.
In speakisu of tbo present sur
charged political condition in Lacka
wanna us i "diversion," we suspect
that Colonel MoClure is guilty of re
Invitations to Work.
It Is slguiQcRnt that anionic many
learned men the condition of affair to
day is interpreted as forerunning great
reforms. Tbe anarchist wbo bopes to
basteu tbat reformation along lines
of murder and assassination; the so
cialist who believs tbat it in be best
promoted by an excess of paternalism;
tbe infidi'l wbo reiriMs it as coinci
dent witb tbe downfall of religion;
and list of all, tbe economist wbo fan
cies it must com through a sacrifice of
ruin's individualism consummated in
tbe merging of (treat hosts of men into
the Impersonal agencies called trade
unions and corporations. nre all types
of contemporary thought and action
that presage important changes. We
cannot well go on along tbS39 diverg
ing paths without getting into trouble.
We cannot well tolernte the multipli
cation of strikes ana riots; the increase
of uniformed police forces, militia
bodies and regular armies and the
steady tightening of the lines of class
without reaching at no distant day a
period when eithor goveriinasnt must
yield or human agitation take a mure
In the pessimistic prediction tbat tbe
former will prove true we tik no
stock. Tbe present form of our govern
ment is abundantly good enough for all
the citizens within it. It has endured
through 113 years of constant trial,
rtres and strife and it will endure for
centuries to come. It may be tbat tbe
dreams of our pioneer sires relative to
the practicability of universal suffrage
will bnve soon to be abandoned, owing
to present inequalities not then thought
of. It may be tbat tbe test of citi
z- tship will have to be made tbe same
as tbe test of personal esteem, tbat is
to say, br proof of merit and cnar
ncter. But it is idle to contend that
beyond these peaceful evolutions of
civilization thre will be genuina need
rf the. chaos tbat has oft afilicted
France. or tbe wreck and smash tbat
beset governmental failures in tbe
mediaeval centnrios. The ferment that
is behind our present epidemic of vast
boycotts .labor insurrections and strikes
iaavicions and a deprave! ferment,
originating among men wbose minds
aro narrowed and purposes perverted.
It will spen 1 its foroe in vain npon tbe
intelligence or this nation; and npon
its ebb tide will float away all serious
danger of revolution by foroe. "
Tbere is undoubtedly at this time a
great mission for the church. It should
view in all tbese shifting phases of die
content precisely so many challenges
to renewed activity in works evangeli
cal. Tbe mission will not be accom
plished by tbo waging of Wars of sect
or creed. The disputes of the theo
loginns interest few others than them
selves. Outside and beyond, tbe great
runes'B of men are groaning in battles
lor existence and concentrating ibeir
energies upon problems of live human
interest. The church tbat fila itself
closest to this great human need will
be that which will do most toward tbe
tranquilization of society and toward
tbe Cbristianizitfon of the future. To
tbese ends tbe agencies of religion
should now be earnestly directed. Pre
dictious of proximate dissolution and
fort-inuounoements ot the millennial
crash are premature and of idle vanity,
Tub political editor of the Phila
delphia Times bas disoovered tbat
movement is in progress among Lu
zerne Democrats to knock Billy Hioes
ont in convention by nominating Eck
ley B. C' li. This is news, with a ven
geance; but it ought to be good news
to Samuel Wellington Boyd.
Mr. Sackett's Plan.
The latest and roost sanguine Demo
oratio Moses to appear on the scene in
times of tribnlation for the party, is
one William E. baokett, ot Newark, N.
J , who is at present deluging tbe
Demoeratio press of the oountry with
circulurs containing a scheme for the
salvation of tbe sinking craft of tbe
uuterrified. Sackett's plan is unique,
He proposes to rescue tb party by
fiction. In other words he bas written
a bcautifol little novel ot tbe Red
Riding Hood style, in wbioh the robber
tariff appears as tbe heavy villain and
the principles ot sweet and innocent
free trade are demonstrated by the
The author claims to bave an effec
tive argument ooncealed in this touoh
ing romance of a child's hfe.and thinks
tbat tbe average reader would be un
consciously converted to free trade doc
trine while perusing a tale of woe in
which tbe loo infant is pursued by
tbe villain. Saekett propose to syndi
cate tbe story to the Demoeratio news
papers and spring it upon the unsus
pecting publio at au early date. He
bopes by this means to accomplish
more for Democracy than Mrs. Harriet
Beecber Stowe did for tb anti-slavery
movement when the' wrote "TJnete
Mr. Sackett's sobem would seem to
be an exoellent one for tbe Demoeratio
party, but for tb fact tbat so much
fiction has already been introduced in
the arguments pnt forth in tbe interest
of the decaying organization, thdt any
new fairy tales, no matter hew fasci
nating, will be regarded with iodiffer
u by American toters. whose eyes
bare been optued by practical rosalts
of the Infhenoe of the tariff npoa the
welfare of the country.
Let Vt luppose that the government
owned the railroads of the United
States To bare avoided the trouble
that has arisen out of tbe Pullman
misunderstanding it would also have
bud to. buy up and manage tbe car
hope of tbe country. Then, upon tbe
same principle actuating the present
strike, if a wage dispute should arise
in a mil mill supplying rails to any
railroad, tbe government, in order to
prevent a tie-up of tbe transportation
mills and car sbops, would bave also
to buy up and munnge tbe iron and
steel mills of tbe Uuited States. In
deed, there is no limit to tbe absurdi
ties to wbicb tbe principle Involved in
tbe existing strike would carry one if
it were recognized as logical and fair.
Tbe fact is that it Is foolish and shal-
ow. There is no force short of tbe
supernatural which can win a perma
nent victory for labor along tbe stu
pid lines of this Debs strike.
Men of Thought and of Action.
There is something about Theodore
Roosevelt's eomments on publio affairs
that strike right home to the heart of
the truth. Instance this from recent
It is not the man who Mts br bis fireside
resiling Lis evening paper, ami suylug how
bud our politics and politicians are, who
will ever do auythinit to save us; it is tbe
man wuo goes out into tue rough hurly
burly of tbe caucus, tbe primary and the
political meetlug, and there faces his fol
lows on equal terms. The real service is
rendered, uot by tbe critic who stands
aloof from tbe coutoit, but by tbo man
wbo eaters into it and boars bis part aa
a niMU Bhould, undeterred by the blood
and tbe sweat. It is a pleasant but a dan
gerous thing to aeaociat merely with
cultivated, refluod men of high ideals
ana sincere purpose to do right, and to
iniuK tunt one uus uouo nil ones duty
oy 'liscuiibiag pontics with such nsso
antes. It is a good thing to meet
men of this stump; indeed it Is
necessary thing, for we thereby brighten
our uii'iiis, ana Keep la toucli with the peo
ple uuo are unseiUsn lu their purposes
but if we associate with such men eiclu-
sively wo can accomplish nothing. Tbe
actual cattle must be fought out on other
auu less pie isuut Dolus. The actual au
vauce must be tuado in tbe Held of uracil
cat politics among the men wbo reprenont
oi' Kuide or control the mass of tbe voters,
the. men wbo are sometimes rouirh and
coarse, wbo sometimes huva lowor idmtlg
tbau tbey should, but who are capablo.
nimterful and efficient. It is only by
minuiluit on raual terms with such men.
uy showing them tbat one ib able to irive
and receive heavy punishment without
flinching, and that cue can master the de-
ttils of political nianacernent. as well as
they can, tbat it is possible for a man to
eitabiHb a standing that will bj useful to
turn in hgntiugroifa great reform.
Tbere is au application ot those wise
words that suggests itself to ns in con
nection with tbe local movement for
better observance ot Sunday. The con
ditions of work surrounding tbe Chris
tian minister are such as tend to dis
qualify rather than qualify him for the
acvve direatioo of delicate and aompli
cated secular campaigns. No doubt
this should not be true; but at this
moment, in the great majority ot in-
stances.it unfortunately is true, and one
might better admit than try ineffec
tually to conceal it. Man to lead men
mait mix intimately with them, npon
an equal plane. Tbe minister cannot
do this. When be appears, they con
sciously or unconsciously, pat on their
best behavior, and act differently than
We have been gladdened by tbe re
organization which has placed tbis
Sunday sloping warfare in tbe bands
of men skilled in tbe practice of secu
lar competition. Tbey may not bave
one wblt the advantage ot the min
isters with respsot to pnrity of inten
tions; but they are tuord likoly to prove
snperior in their knowledge of metaoJs
and cons nct?nces. That is not a bad
idea in any business whiuli puts prac
tical men in charge of executive work,
leaving scholars and students to fnld
of study tbat have to do oftener with
theories than with facts. Men who
achieve are not of greater value than
men who think; but there is a relative
and mutual usefulness between the
two wbioh should not be unnaturally
Even Debs now admits tbat he "did
uot order tbis strike. It was ordered
by tbe delegated representatives of the
American runway union. 1 had no
vote in the matter at all." Then, Mr,
Debs, why don't you get out? It tbe
presidency of a consolidation swaying
the destiny of bait the people of Amer
ica involves no responsibility and no
individual freedom of action and coun
sel, but, instead, sbeer blind obedience,
it nud natter be vacated, lue man
tbat men respeet these days is the man
that carries his sovereignty aronnd
nnder his own hat, Publio sentiment
is not partial to mere automata.
If thk Republicans of New York city
have interrupted the hearings of th
Lexow committee in pursuance of
deal with Tammany, tbey deserve to be
beaten out of their boot. We do not
believe they have;bnt whether they
bave or have not, the purification of
municipnl government ia bound to
com, and tbe party that tries to stop
it will surely get hurt.
Much tug best thing heard from
George Francis Train in recent months
is hia telegraphie advice to "Citizen
President bens" to "atop strike and
score victory." It would not be much
(, of a victory that would be scored in
pursuance ot tbis suggestion, but
would be decidedly less painfnl than
the defeat which is in pickle ia case the
strike is prolonged.
It is not necessary to tell business
men that Ue place to train the hose on
is where tb fire is hottest. Tbe re
organized Sunday observance move-
medt will make no mistake in expand
ing it thief energies upon more palpa
bl nuisances than th Sunday toda
It strikes us that; a large amount of
valuable time is being wasted in the
work ot resting before those bridges
The Debs' strike will probably mark
th high tide of anaroby in the United
State for several years to come.
Everybody is sorry for tb workmen
at Pullman, 111. Right or wrong, tbey
re to be pitied. But it is not tbe in
tention of tb American people to per
niit tbat pity to delude them into
virtnal serfdom to Eugene V. Dibs.
Assistant District Attohnby Well-
Mas, or New York, declares tbat his
prosecution of tbe municipal bandits
disclosed by the Lexiw investigation
will be earnest and genuine. For the
sake ot bis own bacon we trust that
Assistant District Attorney Wellman
speaks the truth.
Mr. Sovereign has come to the front
with a order to "boycott every pas
senger." Mr, Sovereign is rapidly es
tablishing himself as an nnsuspectedly
Anarcuy offers nothing but death
and blond-shed in place of the system
it would uproot. Tbe American people
do not take kindly to cbnos.
It is no excuse on Debs' part to say
be didn't know it wad loaded. History
plainly told him it was.
The stabbinq of presidents and the
knifiug of industry are twin accom
paniments of modern socialism.
Senatob Hill would sooner be con
sistent than president.
WHAT WELL-KNOWN PERSONS SAY.
Colonel F. J. Fitzsimmons: "Jfo, I am
uot worrviue because I did not eet tne
nomination lor lieutenant governor, mere
wasn't enoueb in it, even if I bad wanted
it, to cause tbe loss of it to make a fellow
feel bad. 1 guess everybody took my
boom as a good untured pleasantry; cor-
tainlv it renresonted no serious aspiration
of my own. But there is one thing about
it that I am proud of; it is tbo wav bcran
tauians. Democrats and Republicans alike,
dron uartv differences aud pull together
whenever a Kcranton uiau is suggested for
state honors. It is the Bpint ot local
brotherhood and nntiiotinu which has
made our community what it ie, ami which,
m Knv.Dr.Snouci-rused to suy.'nave notice
to tbe rest of the world that tbe niau who
bailed from Kcrantou was a citizen of no
mean city.' "
Pai'taix Joh C. Dklanf.y. of Harris
Imri!: "1 was croatly iutereated lu Ins
TuiHUNE's splendid third ouniveiaary
number, which rellected credit on all con
cerned iu its preparation. The very read
nhlii Hrticlo on the colonols of tbe Thir
teenth interested me particularly. But in
that calaxv of brave faces I missed one
portrait which it seemed tome wonldhave
aUUeu value to tue issue, even u iv uiu uot
tmrtrnv a colonel. I refer to our lieuten
ant governor auu your aisuuguiBiieu
townsman. Lorn A. vatres. As captain
of A company bo did much toward pro
moting the fame and efficiency of the llut't
reeiment ot voiuutoers in tue imiuu
Smtns But I dare sav vou will Drint Cnp
tuin Waties' piciuro when bo is elected
senator next fall aud governor in 181)3."
Myron Kapsos:- "Woll, I suppose tbe
art of telliug a good story is born iu a man
to a large extent. Still, it can ue culti
vated. The trouble with most persons
who attempt to tell a story is that tney
want to niuellih it too thorounuly. lhoy
think tbat to be an artistic lie it must
bave all the fine- lines and microscopic
touches ot a thumb nail portrait by Ales.
Bionier, whereas it if moss effective wuen
(sketched brondlv aad in a few bold linos
like a charcoal drawing of Abbey. I re
member once reading a floating couplet
embodying this wise ailvice:
v hen you have a thing to say
Sav it. don't take half a day.1
Tbis applies to story telling as aptly as it
does to writing for tbe newspapers or talk
ins in prayer meeting. It is tbe easitst
tbiuir to do when learned, aud the hardest
thinir to learn of auy art this side
editing a newspaper that will please every
Joux T. Lun AHAN.-of WilkeaBarre: "It
is a peculiar fuct in legal experience (hat
the uewspapvrs which get sued ror UOel
otteuest are invariably those tbat deal in
the lowest sensations aud strive hardest to
be accurate in wbat tboy suy; whereas the
smut sheets that make a business oi blacK-
oninir men's characters sail along as
smoothly as if tbere were no such tbiug in
tbis state as a libel law fearfully and won-
dei fully constructed. I don't know how to
account fur it. I once nuked an explana
tion of mv friend Joe rowell, worse en
terprising Record be once claimed was the
onlv decent paper in lAizerue county.
'Well.' said Joseph. 'I can't do better than
to cite the verse iu tbo Bible wbicb says
that whom tbe Lord loveth lie chasten
.Iourx.u.ist Nivkx. of Wilkes-Barre
"It would be a Rood thing if a new indus
try should spring up in ibis country the
industry of writing eermous. speeches.
books aud estavs to order. It would save
tbe professional orators and writers a vast
amount of time and trouble; and it would
relievo the nowspaper men, who write
most of their efforts anyhow, of the ncces
sity of working surre ptmoasly. I don
see why in this advanced age it should n
be as proper for a man witn brain wares
for sine to put bis sign over his door and
his 'ad.' iu the newspapers as it now is for
the vender of custom made shirts and shoes
and boots. Some of these day I propose to
announce my sell in this raihlon:
Reputations supplied ou short :
notice at small cost.
"I belive there's a field for tbat sort f
thing a field witb millions In it. If uot,
Walter H. Dk'khon "The prompt con
viction of the assassin of Robert Ross, tbe
Troy martyr, is a source of great satisfac
tion to me. Only a fow doys before tbe
recent charter election in Troy, Mr. Ross
visited me in tbis city and I took hiraabout
in a carriage, showiug him various places
of Interest. He was a warm friend ot
mine and a most admirable young man.
The news of his sudden assassination (ell
like a thunderbolt among his friends. I
am glad we bave ao Murphy machine in
the local government ot hcrauton."
Erasits Wiman: "Mr. I'owderly's clear
vision ot tbe disabilities and needs of tbe
working man ia of more value to the ob
server today tbau the contribution from
any other source, for be springs from tbis
clsss, aud understands more Mian any '
other niau the altered conditions nnder 1
wbioh the whole country finds itself. I :
claim some credit for having long ago i
poiuted out to blm and his immediate
a-sociates the enormous waste of com
petition in a conutry which traded
only with itself. It is in the wages
of the working man that the competi- !
tioa finds its full play. Everything I
e!se is fixed and determined except wages, !
and the result of the excessive production !
finds Us acuta effect in the dislocation ,
of labor now everywhere apparent. :
Wbat is the remedy 1 It in
impossible now to aay. Powderly
believes that for about bait tbe present
century competition was the cure-all, and
for tbe remaining quarter combination is
being trtea, but witn no satisfactory re
sults. A new force In economics will come
into play in the first quarter ot tbe century.
Tbis will be the force ot co-operation un
der governmental control, very mueu aa la
proposed for the regulation of coal mines
in Ureat Britain. Tbe three forces in tbe
political economy will therefore be compe
tition, combination and co-operation, ai d
tbe greatest ot tbese may beco-operaiiun.1'
SENATOR HILL'S HOT SHOT.
From thi Coiiijrrtiional Record.
The senate billthe Uormnn compromise
bill, as it It now generally known In the
press and throughout the country I menu
tbe bill In Its present shape, Is neither sat
isfactory to the Demoeratio party nor to
tbe country, 'ibere Is no mistaking pub-
lie sentiment npon this point. The trne
principles of tariff reform have been sacri
ficed in tbe effort to secure tbe retention
of an income tax. This the country be
lievesthis the country understands. . We
promised tbe people bread and we are
giving them a atone. We promised tbem
tree raw materials, and we are givini
them taxed coil taxed iron ore. taxed
colee, taxed lead ore, and other taxed raw
material, ruey expected rree sugar, dui
we are taxing not only that article, but
other necessaries of life. We do not need
both a sugar tax and aa iucnme tax, but it
seems that considerations other than those
of revenues to the treasury have dictated
and retained both. Tbe provision of the
bill are not consistent; thav violate well-
establisned Demoeratio principles; they
are unfair in tueir discriminations: and
their enactment will place the party in a
false and untenable position.
IMS BEGINNING OF THE END.
A'eic l'Oifc Tribune.
It tbe glory that Delra covets ruin farm
ers, shippers, and marohnnts. causes in
calculable injury to tbe whole traveling
puuuc ana peculiar distress to delicate
women aud children, wipes out the savings
of industry and eventually atarves the im-
meaiate agents of his ambition, so much
tbe worse for all thi w. tint so much the
better for Dobs. From insufferable tyran
ny liko this the honest workicemen of the
i uueucHM.es win sooner or later iree
tbemselva Tim nmnnt hnvrott onirht to
be the beginning of the end.
AN "3U T-OF-DATt" COUPLE.
We are "so out of date" they say-
Nod aud I;
e love in an old-fashioned way,
Long since gone by.
He says I am his helpmate trun
And I well I will own to you
Ho is my king.
We mot in no romantic way
'Twixt "glow and gloom;"
He wooed mo on a winter day,
And in a room;
Yet, through life's hours of stress and
When griefs befell,
Tjovs kept our small home corner
And all was well.
Ked thinks no woman liko his wife
But let that pass;
Perhaps wo view the dual lifo
Through roseate glass;
Even if the prospect be not bright,
We bold it true
Tbat heaviest burdens may grow light
wuen snared by two.
Upon the glided scroll of fame,
I cannot hope to read the name
I proudly bear;
Bat happy iu their en How
The years gade by;
We are behiud the times, we know
Ned and I.
Wednesday, JULY 11
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Railroad depot at 8. IS a.m. and 9.45 a.m.,
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The latest improved fur
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Seven fine lakoi within from thro to
twenty mluutes' walk from hutilor station.
Two bass lakes convenient perch, pickerel
and oilier common varieties of fish, several
other lakes within half boor's drive.
For a day's sport and recreation take New
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at 10.10 am. Returning, train luavei Poyn
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