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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 25. 1895.
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SOltAINTON, OCTOUKR 23. 1S93.
KEITItHCAX STATE TICKET.
Tor Judges of tho Superior Court:
CH.UU.r.S E. HICK, of Luierne.
B N. Y1I,LARI. of taokawanna.
JK)VAIU J RRKPKR. of Northampton.
JAMKS A. BKAVER. of Center
.riiHN J WICK!! AM. of UKA KR
GEORGE B. OnLAPY. of Huntingdon.
l or State Treasurer:
BENJAMIN J. HAYWOOD, of Mercer.
m:i'i ni ican cointy ticket.
SAMT'EL T. L0NG8TREET. M. D-,
EDMfXP A. rtARTU of Scranton.
Election flay. Nov. S.
Success noxt year may depend upon
the vote this year. Let no Republican
neglect his obvious duty.
Republicans of Lackawanna!
Do you fully realize that the elec
tion Is less than two weeks distant?
And do you also realize that If the
.present apathy continues on election
day. an exceptionally HfTht vote will
be polled? And If a llrht vote then
a greatly reduced Republican majority
In the state, and possibly Republican
defeat In close counties may follow.
There U Just one way by which the
Republican .party, In county ami state,
can hold the ground It has gained In re
cent years, and that is by making a de
termined effort to get out the vote on
election day. To accomplish that re
quires systematic and continuous work.
There Is little In this year's campaign
to arouse Interest and enthusiasm,
nueh as usually prevails when a pres
ident or a governor Is to be chosen.
When no such incentive exists to draw
the voters to the polls, then there Is
urgent and persistent work on the
part of those charged with the con
duct of the campaign. The seven
counties having candidates on the R
publican ticket have a special Inter
est in getting out a heavy vote. The
two most Important and .populous of
These counties are Lackawanna and Lu
rerne. and It is absolutely Imperative
that the Republicans should make a
special effort on behalf of the ticket.
They have been specially honored and
should show ft due appreciation of It.
It U only Just to Judges Wlllard and
Rice that the Republicans ! Lacka
wanna and Luzerne put forth a mighty
effort to give them a large majority,
and to see to It that their colleagues
on the ticket receive similar treatment.
When a political party rolls' up such
a majority as that of the Republicans
In Pennsylvania last year the natural
tendency la toward an over-confidence
that begets indifference. That condi
tion largely exists in this Btate today,
and la the only danger that menaces
the party In the ensuing election. Un
der such circumstances many Repub
licans argue that the majority Is so
large that piere Is no necessity for aty
effort to carry the state, and conse
quently they permit any trivial matter
to keep them away from the polls.
This is all wrong end wherever this
sentiment prevails It should be count
eracted and If (possible overcome. The
Republican .majority in Pennsylvania
last year was abnormal In Its propor
tions. .We may not expect another
euch in many years unless, indeed, lm
ilar conditions should txist, which it
not at all likely tooccur. The Democrats
will make vn unusual effort to get out
their party vate.anfd they hope to defeat
never! of the Republican candidates for
Superior court Judge. The efforts of
the opposition will have to be met
with earnest, systematic work. From
the headquarters of the Democratic
Mat committee appeals are quietly
Kolng to the local leaders In every
county to get out the full party vote
without making any noise about It.
It Is expected that the Republican vote
will "be exceptionally light, and that
some of the Democratic candidates for
Superior court judge can be elected if
85 per cent, of that forty's vote Is
The Democrats are on, a still-hunt,
and hope to poll at least 15 per cent,
more of their vote, than the 'Repub
licans. The way they figure It they can
make the vote close enough to elect two
or three of the Superior court judges,
unless cthelr plans miscarry. It be
hooves the' Republican' voters .of the
state to see to it that those plans do
miscarry! . ,
If Burke gets Carlisle on his side
there may yet be .plenty of fun. ' The
oracles have It that the secretary
wastes no love on Herring.
W take It that every Scrantonlan Is
Interested In the success of tho Sheri
dan monument project, and that, he will
be willing to make some slight sacrifice
of time and money In its behalf. The
opportunity for this Interest to-be dis
played will come tomorrow evening, at
iMuelo hall, In the opening of the Phil
Sheridan fair. To Attend this fair will
be to exper tenet Che enjoyment of a de
ItfhUUl social affair j, and to spend
money at it will be to aid In the promo
tion of a most creditable and worthy
cause. Let, patriotic Scranton be pres
ent, wJtii all Its husbands, . brothers,
wives and sweethearts.
It needs to be remembered that Lack
awanna county was the first county
In the state recognised In the creation
of the present Superior court. The
Republicans of Lackawanna should not
be 'backward In evincing their appre
ciation of that high favor.
Jingoism in England.
Americans, although they differ radi
cally from his code of diplomatic ethics,
can really have nothing but admiration
for "Jingo Joseph" Chamberlain, Eng
lanU's new colonial secretary. To be
sure, his taotlcs are those of the bully
and the freebooter combined; but In re
sorting to them ihe simply acquiesces In
the demund of his countrymen and is
nothing more than a faiJtihful servant,
zealously carrying out Instructions.
The fault. If morals are disturbed by his
apgrtwlons, Iks with the English na
tton for wanting him to be Immoral, and
with other nations for permW'tinK him
to be. His Idea wry properly Is that if
England can get the best end of a meu
tialtkm by blustering and blowing and
making a how f force. It Is England's
pla.ee to do these things, and the place
of her vpponenits,If they don't like them,
to nvake effective objection.
Tims. In the territorial dispute wJth
Venezuela it s simply in keeping with
English tradition and precedent that
Mr. Chamberlain, Feeing there was a
chance for a row, should take advant
age of 'the opiHisltvon's indecision to
grab and fortify a rtrip of inviting land
never before IncJuJid within the bounds
of the wrangle. TOf?e?sIor. !s nine
IKir..ts of law; and the enterprising
Joseph has expeditiously n.willed him
self of them, Uon the principle that If
he is not forcibly dislodged, he will be
Ju t po much in pocket, while If he Is he
will rt ill be as well to do as he was be
fore the trouble arose. We si-.iree!y
luvd to point out 'Chat ICils lino of rc:t
f .-Tj'.ng Is morally low, being In fact not
much above the plane of the plokiHVket
or tho common thief. The point for pres
ent consideration, however, Is that it Is
t.-.ent!ally liritlsh and that In n'Jopt
Ing It os the vrtal rule of his ottlclal pol
icy Mr. Chamberlain .U merely true to
his constituents and responsive to their
l!y contrasttlng hla bluff and ready
policy wltti the Inortla and Indecision
long characteristic of the American de
partment of stalte. we gain Insight Into
the difference which everywhere Is
noticeable between the attitudes of for
eign governments toward the Ameri
can and the Tiritish flags. The one is
very naturally regarded with indiffer
ence or open Insu't, because other na
tions know from experience that H
iOar.d fo.r a FMte department continu
ally hampered by the nagging of home
politicians of opposite part i.an faith. and
vacillating in policy In consequence of
freiiu-T..; O'.ianses of domeftle adminis
tration; whereas, the other Is the un
varying emblem of promptness, mergy
and even urscrupulousners In the asser
tion of real or fancied Ilrit'fh rights,
t'ntil the American people demand and
exact of their servants In power uni
formity and spirit In their conduct of
foreign nff iirs, our diplomacy must ever
be x Fource of ht m Vatior and rhame.
In character and qualifications the
two gentlemen on the Republican coun
ty ticket are the peers of any candi
dates In recent years. They deserve
Concerning the Speak Essies.
The National Association of Retail
Liquor Dealers, which recently assem
bled In Washington; the newly-formed
Pennsylvania association of saloon
men and the local association of li
censed liquor dealers have all, with
in a few weeks, declared by resolution
In favor of the suppression of Illicit
saloons, or "speak-iasles." The flrst
r.anied body was particularly emphatic
in Its denunciation, alleging that the
existence of such disreputable resorts
not only Is detrimental to morals nnd
destructive of 'the public security but
also cat'ts an undeserved odium on a
It Is easy for opponents of all sa
loons to ridicule these resolutions of
the licensed dealers-, but U U doubtful
If the Illicit saloon can ever be sup
pressed In communities like our own
until all elements opposed to their con
tinuance unite In a concerted and sus
tained attack. We have frequently
pointed out the unfairness of taxing
ono m.an T500 a year for the privilege of
eH1nff liquor at retail, while within
a block of his place of business two,
three or perhaps a dozen men sell com
petitively in freedom from molesta
tion, without paying a penny of license
tax, .It seems to us that even the pro
hibitionists ought to be sensible of the
Injustice of such a discrimination; and
that 'they ought to say: "Well, so long
as the majority perversely enact high
llcenre laws, we, os good citizens, will
do our best to help enforce and sustain
. The co-operation of temperance ad
vocates and licensed saloon keepers fn
a crusade of extermination against the
unlicensed places would be no more In
congruous than is the co-operation of
various discordant elements In New
York city against the common enemy
and peril, Tammany 'Hall. In the
Gotham case, there are many points
of difference between the antl-Tam-man
yltes, but there l one overshadow
ing bond of union hatred of the ways
of 'the city's long-arrogant despollers.
The case against the "speak-easles"
seems to us to be parallel In principle,
if not parallel in fact. It Js admitted
that the existence of these places Is a
public peril, and that It Is utterly un
fair on the part of the state to take
from licensed dealers a sum of money
ostensibly as 'the price of protection,
-and then" refuse or neglect to live up to
Why should there not be a common
onslaught upon the llcenseless saloons?
WJ advise our iDemocratlc contempo
raries) tn Luzerne county to have all the
fun they want with Chairman TJomp
klns prior to-Nov. 5, because after that
date the merriment may be on his aide.
No wonder the English people think
Arrrerican Journals sensational. When
he boom In Kafflr securities broke the
other day,urd hundreds of Britons were
reduced. In an hour, from affluence to
poverty, the 'London, papers made only
a brief allusion to the fact In their com
mero.'al reports. How such a "story"
would have been "featured" had It fal
len within the purview of Park Row.
The correspondent who. In another
column, declares that to return to the
State league would 'be to kill the game
of base ball In Scranton Is about right.
The third city ot Pennsylvania is good
enough to (travel In better company
than that of the Pennsylvania Base
Ball league. '
The Philadelphia Record, whose pro
prietor missed being elected governor
by a quarter of a million votes, is great
ly perturbed because the state appro
priations for 1895 for the administrative
departments are larger than they were
in 1S93. But bices his critical soul,
aren't we getting better results?
No cVubt there are a few persons In
the .Republican party in (Pennsylvania
who would like to keep up the recent
civil wur; but for the great majority
we venture to say that the verdict of
Aug. 28 last was In the main decisive.
Ambassador Patenatre brings assur
nncos from France that the Paris
World's fair In the year 1W0 will be the
greatest show on earth. Considering
Its location, this looks credible.
The administration's spasm of Amer
icanism comes peculiarly clow to elec
tion day. It should be borne in mind
that it is the systematic and persistant
kind of patriotism which counts.
'Now let some good governor call out
t!.e mili'tla against the bone-breaking
fporl called foot ball, and American
athletics mill soon become approxi
The action of the Trunk Lino associa
tion of railroads In deciding to charge
extra for bicycles looks to the layman
u little like ivvengc.
IN THE EVENT OF WAB
From the Chicago Tlines-Heruld.
The statesmanship of Ureat ltiltnln tins
not heretofore professed to tuk" the .Mon
roe Uoetrtne seriously. Many mouih
pleees of average intelligence 'n the
islamls have gravely asked what tho Mon
roe doctrine Is, uml how we should en
force It If It could lie renduced to exact
terms, liritlsh publicists have Hooted tho
I. lea that the I'nlted States would ever
put Into effect mi unwritten law. as If
potency miKht not as easily lie given by
). ; ii lit r consent to an unwritten law in
t his republic us by common consent po
tency Is given to the ltrltlsh constitution
liseif. whlen Is wholly unwritten or writ
ten, If ut all. so lightly that every suc
ceeding parliament may change It ut will.
At length Great Britain understands
that the people of the I'nlted Slates ure
quite in earnest us to the Monroe doc
trine. They would not tolerate a whim
sical Application of It by any administra
tion. They will never consent to sn un
just or cvprlelnus or foolhardy resort to
Its final expedient. Hut they are resolved
that monarchy shall make no further
headway on this continent. Vheneer to
the fulllllment of thut determination It
may lie In.ll.'pensalile to employ force,
which can lie only after all other means
of persuasion have failed, the American
people will stand llrmly behind any federal
administration, without regard to parly.
In proving that the .Monroe doctrine 13 a
living spirit If It be an unwritten law.
After years of evasion and trlckerv
nreitt Britain Is at last hy admission of
her own organs face to face with the fact
of the .Monroe doctrine flhe finds It bar
ring tho way to further encroachment In
Venezuela, and she also realises slowly
but avowedly that not only can there be
no further Mich of Venezuelan soil but that
settlement must lie brought about with
Venezuela concerning every mile or tres
pass beyond the original boundary of
Dutch tiulana on the Venezuelan border.
Arbitration of the entire dispute, with
only putch (iuiuna ot 1M4 omitted, Is the
practical ultimatum sent by President
Cleveland to Lord .Salisbury. It Is not a
diplomatic ultimatum. Only the congress
of the I'nlted StHles Is constitutionally
competent to lend that. A practical ulti
matum will serve, however, well until
Creat Britain shall have time to mnko up
her mind whether or not she cares to go
furthar and fare worse.
It Is Intimated that since the Issue must
bo mct;lticw ettlclency of the Monroe doc.
trine must ut hot lie teatd In a tangible
way, nnd the question settled onre for all
whether or not a foreign monarchy may
become possensor of new territory on this
continent against the will of the I'nlted
States, or tight the I'nlted States ns the
sole alternative. Orent Britain will not an
swer Secretary Olney's recent dispatch
until other Kuropeun powers can lie con
sulted with a view to organizing a Eu
ropean anti-Monroe Doctrine, league
But to whom shall Oreat Britain turn for
an ally to resist the Monroe doctrln vl et
amis? To France? France hns not for
gotten Maximilian nnd Mexico, and
France hates England more cordially to
day than even In the- earlier (lay when
Lafayette represented nerhan" trt-l of
F.nglnnd more thnn disinterested sympa
thy with a revolted dependency, 'iu t r
many? Orrmsny hns large commercial In
terents In Mexico and the I.alin Americas,
which would lie more endangered thnn
promoted by convulsions. To Italy? That
kingdom has enough to do holding Its
throne against bankruptcy. There Is no
continental power In Europe that hns
nnv Interest In righting Orent Britain's
light In this part of the world. Holland,
from which Orenl Brltnln acfpilre.l Hrltlsli
rt',iinn. fights nn more. Belgium dare not
cn;:i-.-'; In a foreign war. Revolution would
lrevli 'ily follow at hom. Spain? Tho
first word would be the loss of Cuba for
ever. Instead of being able to organise an
nnll-Monroo doctrine European combina
tion, flreat Britain had better taku
thought lest Itusxla and Franco should
Join with the Ijitln Americas nnd the
I'nlted f.tates to pinch her possessions In
the lower half of the American continent.
As for help from her semi-detached colo
nies In the tipper portion of the American
continent, they would have enough to do
looking after their own frontiers, their
long railway. Ink and river exposure sivl
their tempting harvests should British
folly precipitate nn American wsr.
From the Olohe-Bemocrat.
Thi re Is nothing more certain than that
In politics, ns In everything else, the bent
policy Is tho one that appeals to the popu
lar sense of strMlghtforwurdntsa In tho as
sertion of principles and purposes, and In
the management of the various thliiRs
that constitute what we call campaigns.
It is possible for a party or a politician
to gain a temporary advantage by a re
sort to duplicity and dishonesty, but that
kind of success Is cure in the end to cost
more 1han It Is worth. Tho people nro
slow to forgive doceptlon or misrepresen
tation. It Is not true, as la sometimes
said of them, that they like to be fooled,
and that when a trick Is played upon
hem they regard It as a good Joke. Many
a man has spoiled his career by allowing
thot grave error to creep Into his philoso
phy; and more than once a great party
hns been 'beaten by thus mistaking the
character of tho average voter.
It Is well known, of course, that a po
litical contest coresponds In a large de
gree to a military campaign. The same
order of talent that Is required
to plan and win a buttle Is nec
essary to carry an election. A party
Is like an army In the sense of being
dependent for succers upon competent
leadership. Tho voters cannot march to
victory In a haphazard, way, without sa
gacious direction and the careful observ
ance of scientific rules and regulations.
Thoy must be well organised and disci
plined, and every step they take must be
according to a definite plan or their
strength will be frittered away In useless
endeavor, and defeat will he Inevitable.
There is strategy In politics as In war, and
to neglect legitimate chances of that sort
Is the worst kind of foHy. One party has
a right to profit by the errors of another;
one party nan a right to put another at a
disadvantage as often as pouslble. Tha
only limitation in that respect la the obll
gallon wf Integrity, which dees not forbid
tho use of artful tactics to accomplish
creditable ends. There is no wrong done
so long as tho strategy conforms to recog
nized laws, i and precedents; and partus
muy properly seize the opportunities that
circumstances place within their reach.
The Important fact remains, however,
that no party and no individual can afford
to act upon the theory thut everything Is
fair in politics. There can be no excuse
for any form of corruption, or for any
species of falsehood. It Is not practical
polities to uso money for bribing pur
poses, or to steal men's votes from thei.i
by premeditated deception. No substantial
hcncllt was ever derived from su ;'i liec
tionttrlmr. Piittini; usd i.ll considera
tions of ahstt i-t t.-.onllty. It does not pay
to bo dishonest in politics. AH of our
great statesmen have been practical poli
ticians, but they have not been men whose
integrity was sacrificed to achieve eue
eey.. They were systematic maneuver
ers, but they were not perpetrators of any
kind of Iniquity, Their methods wore
adroit and yet scrupulous. They never
overstepped tho bounds of decency under
any stress of fortune or any temptation to
avert oefeat by unworthy practices. The
men who have fnlled In politics have been
mostly of the class noted for bluntness of
coiiKvlenco and crookedness of proceed
ings. A few of them have prospered lor
a time, but they have Invariably fulled as
noon as they wero found out. All ex
amples, both on the one hand nnd on the
other, go to show that nothing Is so prac
tical in politics as honesty, nnd nothing Is
so unprotltable as fraud and trickery.
FALL OF 1395.
I2I AND I33 N. WASHINGTON AVENUE.
The Largest Stock of t'ino and Me
dium Furniture ever displayed in
Scranton; nil urrati(;eil on our Seven
Floors, so us to be cosily inspected.
Our method Is to sell every article at a
small profit, and one price, ull goods be
ing marked in plain figures, thus muklng
our establishment a safe pluco for pur
chasers. All Are Cordial!) Invited to Yislt
HILL & HON NELL,
I3I UNO I33 N. WASHINGTON AVE.
TYPE WRITERS' SUFPLIE
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
Stationers and Engravers,
3I7 LACKAWANNA AVE.
Our Stock in Triulc
Mainly ( onsMs or
Sterling Silver Novelties,
Silver Plate 1 Ware,
' Fine Gnt Glass,
Fine Leather Goads,
We carry tho lament varlMy In all of tin a?
line. No concern neare th in thi great cities
can show such a rsrU ty. Our word is our
bjr.d. Noarlv thlity years of successful hud
mas should be prfn.f enough flint our irocdt
anil prices aro right, and always bar beeo
307 LACXAW1N1A AVE.
' Oall sod as loss PlaBjOt, and setM ftn sss
end-tend Pluos wa hav tahM bs xaaamft
RlERCEREAU fl GONNELL
' To h faoad solr WtBErl
Flour, Potatoes and Onions Are Cheap,
But Blankets Are Cheaper.
At our establishment we are holding a Great Blanket Sale now. Prices
begin at 49 cents per pair and reach up to $12.98. The lower grades, of
course, are either all cotton or cotton and wodI combined. The finest grades
are the Genuine California and the best that can be produced or that money
A Special Blanket with us is a larga 11-4 size, guaranteed all wool;
JUST THINK OF IT!
113 piece decoruto 1 dinner set fur
Theso arcupeciril sets which cauuot bo du
plicated auvl ure rnro bargaius.
Lamps, Chandeliers, Tables In Onyx
Top and Trench Inlaid Wood.
!TBm the goods and get prices.
Ill), ILIUM, Ullll
U V U III.,.
CI LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
NEW LINE OF
Also Big Stock o!
C. M. FLOREY
222 Wyoming Ave.
HORSE - SHOEING
DR. JOHN HAMLIN,
. The Acknowledged Expert la
Horseshoeing and Dentistry,
' Is Now Permanently Loeated
on Wist Lackawanna Av
Near tha Bridge.
ft 110 H
Just received, another invoice of Merritt's Lustre Wool
Skirts, which are conceded to be the most durable and most
practical Skirts in the market. For bicycle riders we have
the Lustre Wool Divided Skirts, a great and useful ia
Look for a
From our Wall Paper Department next Monday.
VITRIFIED BRICK IE
SHALE PAVING BRICK
AND BUILDING BRICK
Ofltec: 320 Wasblngton Avenue.
Works: Nar-Aiig. Pa t. ft W. V. R. R.
General Sales Agcut, Scranton, Pa
ELECTRIC, VAPOR AND
Given from I a. m. to p. m. at tha
Green Ridge Sanitarium,
720 Marion St., Green Ridge.
For Ladle PnMerloe from I ervons Diseases.
Catarrhal sad Rheumatic Complaints apacial
attAiutiott la given.
MISS A. E. JORDAN,
(Oradnat of the Ronton Hospital Trainin;
bthool for Muraot). Superintendent
WILLIAM S. MILLAR,
Alderman 8tii Ward, Scranton.
ROOMS 4 AND 0,
Gae and Water Co. Building,
CORNER WYOMiNG AVE. ASP CESiER ST,
OFFICE HOms from T Hft a m. blp. m.j
(1 boor Intermission for d m.r and aupper.)
Particular Attention Given to Collections
Prompt Settlement Guaranteed.
VOURBUSINESS IS RESPECTFULLY S3LICITE0
Telephone No. 134.
Majestic Ranges are made of steel
and nialeable iron, riveted together,
making them perfectly air-tight, gas
tight and ash-proof. The ovens can
not warp, being riveted to a solid
malable angle iron, both in front and
back, the body of the Range being
riveted to the same.
This is the only Range in the world
in the hands of the dealer made this
way. For durability, economy of
ftH quick and perfect baking, the
Majestic Steel Range has no equal.
To this 150,000 of the best houses in
America can testify.
Now on sale and being exhibited
at our store.
119 WetS:r3T0M AYEKIL
NEW LONDON TOE.
An Important (Jrtsllon
WHY Th J s- TL'R.flR CO.'S Hiith Ora.1a
II II I Rhoes for '! nt's wiit re superior 0
u otuer makM. D CP HI IOC Tiiev arc male
from tke Try DLwHUOC choicest loata
Mala outainaL.lv t.irr in t in countrr or in
Europ. Tliey are rut togttner bjr tha most
killed workmen that eap.tal will employ.
Thy Ut every line of tha foot properly an4
embrace all th? iniprovawenta koowu to aci
eutiflc boemak:cg. They aro atyluh, autht
lyand auhawntial, anl are sold to the beat
tra lein very aut in tba union. Our Butraa
antes foal ol'h otr, fair. Bjieciai order, careful.)-
The Lackawanna Store Association,
CORNER LACKA. AN0 JEFFERS31 AVcV
JAMES & KELLY
LATE OF PiTTSBURQ.
FIRST-CLASS LIVERY IN COSHECTIOS
523 Spruce St., Scranton.