The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, November 07, 1895, Page 4, Image 4
4 THE SCRANTON TKIBUNE-TIIUCSDAY MOKJNIJMU, JNU vi MS Jilt lo. (je ttanton CriBune Dally cud Weekly. No Sunday Edition. Flibllslied at Scranton, Pn , hy The Tribuoa Pub- JlAMlhlT tympany. Sow Varlc ODlor: Tribune lluildlng, Frank & Uray, Juuactir. t. P. KINOSBURV, Pmn. ud Oih'l M C. H. RIPPLl. ec- mi Tmm. LIVY S. RICHARD, Coitoh. W. W. DAVIS. BuiNf Manaon. W. W. YOUNG, Adv. Malta' SNTIRID AT Till POSTOmCI AT SCRANTOlf, PA. AS BlCOND-CLAfcS UA1L MATTIK. "IMnters1 Ink," I hi- rcooitnlied Journal flir adver iliHTu, ratea Tiik ScuAN iny TuiHUNtcas the butt ailvenMng mwllum in NorUiuutera Pennsylva nia, "rriuteni' run- Knows. In Wkkkly Triiil'nr. IwiumI Kvcry Saturday Contains Twelve Humlaoine Phiii, with an Abun rlatice of New, Fiction, anil WVIl-Eimeil Mlwel lunv. Kor Thime Who Cannot 'lake Tub Iiaii.y Titiui'NK. Ihe Weekly Is lt,-eoiniiienlw1 a Hie lint Uaivalii Uolnii. Only fl a Year, in Advance. Tun Thiui-vc la for Sale Pally at the D., L nnd W nuuiou at jioouaea. SCRANTON. NOVEMBER 7, 1S95. It was noticed, of course, yesterday that Tho Tribune had the fullest nnd ticutCKt returns. It's a way we have. Hr. Bartl Elected. 'Although late returns yesterday do Creased the plurality of Mr. Haiti tvhlch, on Tuesday night, deemed to liavs reached nearly 1200, the reduc tion has by no means imperilled his election. The influences ninsBed against Ills candidacy represented to a large degree the bigotry and intolerance of the county, to which was added, in the last stages of the campaign, the machi nations of those alleged Republicans Who during the past few years have held together chiefly for tho purpose of aiding the Democracy. The failure of this coalition to defeat Mr. Bartl will form welcome news to every fnlr-mlnded citizen. In point of intelligence and personal character the Republican candidate for county sur veyor was clearly the peer of any man on the ticket. Ills rise to professional eminence was wholly due to his own industry and capability. The .fact of Ms having been born in another couiv try, If established ns a bar to promo' tion In this country, would simulta neously rule out of the full privileges of American citizenship thousands of the best men In every state In the American Union men who are as truly Ajnerlcan in their idons. Inspirations nH purposes as are any of the descend ants of the Pilgrim Fathers. The Tribune does not hesitate to say that the onslaught upon lr. Uartl be cause of his nativity was a disgrace to Lackawanna county, and a personal humiliation to every man who had a hand In It. The time has not yet come in this land of liberty for narrowed r.postles of political' proscription to thrive In their nefarious work; and we trust that It may never come. The vote for Judge Smith In Luzerne nnd Lackawana counties is a hand some compliment, In any event. It was almost wholly a personal tribute, Jn tho casting of which party lines were Ignored. The clement of local pride has been Droved by this election to bo a commanding Influence, nnd it Is one which reflects credit upon this com munity. The Re-Elcction of Pingree. For 'tho fourth consecutive time Mayor Plnree, of Dtr!ot, has demon' titrated his popularity as a candidate for municipal ofllco, Oils laitest plurality bolng by far his largest. One of the Klntuilur things about Plnsxeo Is that !i lias apparently Mvrlved on opposi tion. Ho has successfully braved the combined newspaper press of Detroit, the leading corporations nnd most of itlie professional ipolititelans. Tho worse they have aibused him it.he stronger he peoms to have become. Like the late Carter Harrison In Chllcago, and in some respects not. unlike Theodore Roosevelt In New York. Mayor Pingree represents Hie dominance cf a brave end Intrepid personality, i The lesson of ih is continued ascend ancy appears to ibe tlhalt tt pays a man In publics life, iwhen he has a duty to do, to do It, openly and fearlessly, nnd trust to t'he Innate good sense of the 'American people to discern and oppre cJate sincerity and "sand." In an age When many men contrive to float along jy dept hedging, trimming and pliant diplomacy it does one good to note the occasional prominence, here nnd there throughout the country, of men like P.lngree, wlho have within them the Stuff that goes Into resolute and virile manhood. Such men may make mis takes and do many things that are wrong, 'but they rarely forfeit the peo plo's reaped or fail to win the ap plause which Is commanded by robust and rugged honesty af purpose. Now that "honest money" has won In Kentucky it will be Interesting to learn what the governor of Kentucky ' will have to do with the solution ot the currency question. ' The Case of Holmes Atfan. airs. Kilgcre, of Philadelphia, a welt known woman (lawyer, has addressed to the Press of that city a letter concerning- the recent conviction of H. SI. Holmes, wlrltih will be concurred In by many readers after he fever of that legal man-hunt shall have somewhat abated., "I. 'have no sympathy," writes tMrsJ. Kllgore,' ".with Holmes as a crim inal, but I do not believe that Ms guilt nvae, from a legal standpoint, proved beyond a doubt. The unparalleled mag netic force and eloquence of the Dis trict Attorney were required to com plete the circumstantial' chain of evi dence In the minds of the Jury. Had this power been used on behalf of the prisoner, doe .any laiwyer doubt that ttio circumstantial evidence might have teen regarded a insufficient? The de fense without witness was most pit iable, Instead of rejolcm? In the re sult a hl-irindWl. Christian public should feel laddened, ' chagrined and disgraced, that so near the twentieth century of Christianity ft fellow human feeing m be found capable of com mitting' . the crimes attributed to Holmes." ' The theory which is supposed to un derly our criminal courts Is that a man Is to be regarded aa innocent, depptte newspaper clamor und the exploiting of deteotive Itching for notoriety, until he Is proven guilty. In capital offences St is expected that the) proof will be clear beyond a doubt. In the Holmes case the evidence was wholly clrcunv Etanllal and there were many gap3 be' tween the presented facts which the Jury, tn" order to reavh a verdict of guilty, had to bridge ovr with infer ences tiny one of wh'c.b m!ght have been entirely erroneous. A chain of evidence based for the greater part on wild conjertnre and forged In the heat of popular excitement Is a mlfhty poor thing to set up as a specimen of Amer lean justice at its best, and this Is true quite apart from the personality of the affected prisoner . We foe no reason to recall our or iglna! opinion that the execution of 'Holmes upon the basis of the thin case made against him by tho District At torney of Philadelphia, would be an exhibition of Injustice rather than Ju.Mc?e. Though Holmes had killed a million men. ho Is to be regarded as Innocent until proved guilty. That proof has not yet been supplied. The AVasflilngton Post confesses that it Is not In the least surprised nt the resuM. "Since It came Into power, nearly three years ago," It says,, "the Democratic party hns done nothing to crni'inend Itself to 'the admiration and confidence of the people, and there was no reason why the people should, at this stage cf affairs, withhold tho cx prcsslon of their distrust nnd dlseon tent." fl'c su?peet that the same as scrulon will prove true with reference to 1SS6. Hastings for President. Aocoadlng tu the New York corres. pnndwnt of .the Iluffalo News, there Is very little doubt that If Morton be not nominated on the fourth ballot at the next. Republican national convention, Now York's vote will go to Governor Hastings of Pennsylvania, If Piatt can throw it there." This ds probably not to be regarded as an official announce ment. It Is a trifle early yet for au- thoi'ltatdve assertions touching the In tentlons of the president-makers. Rut the fact that. New York Republicans already feel disposed to consider the presidential chances of Pennsylvania's governor, in a contingency. Is In Itself of sufficient Interest to deserve more than passing attention. It Is generally wneeded itha.t the contest fur the Republican presidential nomination next year will be a spirited one, in which it Is altogether probable that the chief factors at the outset will in the course of a numiber of bal lots destroy each other's chances and thus Tender expedient the selection of an available compromise candidate, Under such circumstances, the claims of Governor Hastings, in case they shall be presented to the convention, as now seems likely, will be worthy of serious consideration. During the past few days Governor Hastings has been matting the acquaintance of prominent Republicans In other states. His speak Injr tour In Ohio has a continuous ova tion, t'he reception accorded to him at eveiry point being of the most enthus iastic character. Although a young man, he 'has already attained national dimensions and In the event of his nom ination for president next year would make an Irreproachable standard bear er. Under the circumstances It will be well for iPennsylvanlana to prepare themselves for the putting forth of a strong effort to secure for one of their own number the ihonor of leading the approaching national battle for restor ed prosperity. The signs of the times seem to be shaping themselves auspic iously for such 'an enterprise. The esteemed Baltimore "sunpaper" has, wo should say, a twitter or two coming on the esteemed but worsted Washington post. Paying Pensions with Bonds. Representative Stoneof Allegheny has proposed a novel solution of tho pension problem.concernlng which congress will soon be asked to take action. Of the $135,000,000 now annually disbursed in the form of pensions, Colonel Stone would, while government revenues are low, pay only $5,000,000 or so In cash. The other J100,000,000 he would pay In five or seven-year two per cent, gov ernment bonds, redeemable at will. In speaking recently of this proposition Colonel Ptonc said: "I believe that such a scheme would be practicable, especially If tho bonds were given the same standing as other United States securities and could be used by national banks as the basis of circulation. I would not give the bonds direct to the pensioner, but issue him a certificate which would call for a bond. Thesecertlfieates would be readily cash ed at the banks, and. I have no doubt would command a small premium. I would provide a sinking fund of not less than $10,000,000 a year for tho eventual redemption of these bonds. As the years went on the amount of pensions would gradually grow less and In time the sinking fund would be ample to meet the bond Issue. I would treat pen sions as a war debt for another genera tion to pay." The principle herein Involved does not differ from that which Induces municipalities to bond themselves for Improvements which coming genera tions must pay for. The succeeding generation wtH wwe quite as large debt to the veteran soldiers of tihe civil war es is owed by tihl9 one; and It would sewn to be common justice to let It pay Its share. The only drawback to the scheme Is the sentimental one that it looks upon Its face like an attempt to avoid an obli gation which it should be a pleasure rather than a duty to assume. Anybody desiring to purchase m sec ond-hand race scare can get one cheap by addressing Senator Arthur Pue Gor man. ' ' tt occurs to us to mention that the WllkeSrBatTe News-Dealer has since learned who Tompkins Is. The assertion by Lord Salisbury that "Enslsni was an American power JUlg-MHKI rtor.to.l nil aotei t. to. the. United State, and hence anterior rlgbts" sucrest that it Kngland ha foe-gotten 1T? and 1S12 It might be possible. In certain cohtlngen- clea, for your Uncle Pamuat to refresh her mmory.' The cai-ture of Utah by the Republi cans, carrying witti It two United Siztes renatorships, is an incident of the game deserving of more than casual mention. There is nothing like making a victory complete. The main difference in New York is now that Tammany when it wants any thing at Albany, will have to come to Piatt It is a poor rule that will not work both ways. The mistake was in supposing that In a city like New York a majority could oftener than once in a decade bo reached other than through Its stomach. Treasurer-elect Haywood can now set to work to think out a plan to en able the state to draw Interest on Its bank deposits. This reform is coming. Anyhow, Governor Campbell can con sole himself with the reflection that the Democratic presidential nomination next year will not be worth much. Kentucky's uprising for sound money is somewhat neutralized by its con tinued loyalty to Free Silverlte Black burn. The fine Italian hand of the Hon. Will lam F. Harrlty Is plainly discernible In a number of the state returns. It apparently may yet become possi ble to regard New Jersey as forming part of these United States. After all, that bud man Martin ap pears to have let Philadelphia go Re publican Just the same. It Is In order now for Chairman Wel lington of Maryland to enter an apol ogy for thnt little break. Mr. Cleveland can now safely Inform the public that he didn't want that old third term, anyhow. With Price, Gorman and Hill floored In a bunch.Cleveland can get some con solation at all events. Tammany may have the plurality, but it Is noticed that the Reformers still have the offices. The Philadelphia Record Is taking time to think it over. Well, It will stand that. Senator Quay Is doubtless disposed to believe that his reform plank did it. As a matter of fact, even Tammany's victory Is one in name only. VIEWS OF THE RESULT. Not Worth Discussing. Philadelphia Times, Dem.: "The Repub licans holil the Stale of Pennsylvania hy a mnjorlty thut seems likely to settle down to about one-half their majority for Clov ernor lntt year that is somewhere be tween llii.ooo and li".(HiO. It Is'nt worth bothering uhout details when majorities get above the hundred thousand line. When a man's head's off Its needless to worry about llnirors nnd itoes. Tho Porno. crts seem to have retired from business anil practically closed their political gro crats seem to have retired from business the debatable slates." :o: Whore Hcer Won. Philadelphia, Inquirer, Rop.: "The Bun dny beer mug was an Issue In New York city, bift not in the state, ileer has won In the city, but Republicanism hns carried the Slate. New York was Republican last year, it Is Republican this year ami It will be Republican next year. Nothing but crminal blundering can prevent the election of a Republican president now." loc Full of Inspiration. Philadelphia Press, Rep.: "The tri umphs of the dny are full of encourage ment nml InsDlrallon. They brlnir sub stantial ami Important fruits. If they do not tlx Htates In tne HepuDllcan nncnorntie which have always been aalnst us. they at least shake their Democratic attach ments. Above nil, they demonstrate nn unmistakable iKiulnr sentiment along the whole line which clearly nolnts to Re publican victory in the Presidential elec- ton ot ikuu." :o: Kd'tar Coon Itaoarbe, Scooped I )uteoml Overrun I Kicked! Hupped! I mapped! 1 Ranged! i Wiped up! ! Whacked! ' MaiiKH'd! Btrannlprlt luldone! Roasted ! Mortified! Overcome! t Swamped! Overthrown! d Rallied! Disappointed! Suiielcheil! Repulsed! lilsflKiired! Humbled! Vanquished! Frustrated! Knocked out! Overwhelmed i ' Overreached! Where are we at? - Nanticoko News. EUGENE FIELD'S VERSE. Tho Clink of tho Ico. Notably fond of music, I dote on a sweeter lone Than ever 'the harp has uttered or ever tne .lute nas Known. When 1 wake at 6 In the morning with a feeling In my head Sugestlve of mild excesses before I re tired to Deu: When a small, but fierce, volcano vexes my sore Inside, And my throat and my mouth are furred witn a lur that seemed a buffalo hide. How gracious it hose dews of solace that over my senses fall At the clink of the lee In the pitcher the noy urings up tne nail! Oh, Is It the gaudy -ballet with features I cannot name That kindles In virile bosoms that slow but devouring flame? Or Is It the midnight supper eaten before we retire That presently by combustion setteth us an aure7 Or is It the cheery magnum? nay, I'll not cmue xne cup A WORD III YOUR EAR The Secret or Beauty of the complexion, hands, arms, and hair is found in the perfect action of the Pores, produced by ticniQ 1 The most effective skin purifying andtjr beautify inf soap In the. world, as well as purest , and sweetest for toilet,, bath, and nursery, f . ' inr Ouia, I, Kim C4arCt.7XMii. JNttm Im um Ommm, ui ..mm rraft. Sum, U. . A. That makes the meekest mortal anxious to whoop thing up. Yet, what the cause tccver, relief comes when we call. Relief with that rapturous cllnkeyt-cllnk that cl nketh ul'ke for all! I'vo dreamt of the llrry furnace that was one vat bulk of flame. And that 1 was Abedneso a-wallowins in the seme; And I've dreamt I was a crater possessed of mail desire To vomit molten lava and to snort bin Rubs ot fire; I've dreur.it I was Roman cnndles and rockets that ftszed and screamed. In short I linve dreamt the cussedest iWnma lhi,t oi-.tr it h tttn u n .1 r..n ' tixst all the red hot furnces were scat tered oiik-k as a win; When ihe spirti witmn mat pitcher went lUplll 118 C.lI;K?ly-C,IIUv. Roy, why so slow In ccmlns with that Braclous, uvl:ig eu? Oh, hur!e thee to the sucnor of the man who is lturninir up! Bee how the It-a bubs up und donn. as t! it wildly strove To reach its j;raee to lb"- wretch who feels like the red-hot kiti'l'en stove. The piteous clinks It clinks methlnlts should thrill you through an through: An erring soul Is wanting drink, and he wants It p. (1. i ! Anil lo the honest pitcher, too, falls In so dire a fret That Its pallid form Is presently bedewed witn a cniuy sweat. May blesslnvs be showere.l tiron the man who fiivt d,'vis'.l this drink That happens along nt 5 n. m. with Its rapturous clinkcty-rllnk! I never have felt the cno!!ii(f Hood go Eiz Rut what I vowed to hymn a hymn to mat cunKeiy-cunK uevoio; So now In the prime of my manhood, 1 ..n..U Ik!. I.-.U n..m MJICI1 una 1.1 I IV For tho uses of nil Rood fellows who are imrsiy itton. m. Rut specially for those fellow who have Of the clink of the Ice In the' pitcher tho t,oy urirgs up tne nan. tt bevenne. Young 'i.oehlnvnr camo In from the West. 'Vit"- frlnjte on his trousers nnd fur on his vest; Tho width of his hat brim could nowhere be beat. His No. 10 broRiins were chock full of feet, Ills girdle was horrent with pistols and things. And he nourished a hand full of aces on kings. Tho fair Mnrlann snt watoblne n star: When who should turn up but the young l.orhlnvar! Her pulchritude gave bl in a pectoral glow, And he reined up bis horse with stentor Ian "W hoa!" And modestly asked If ho mlgnten't step in. With presence of mind that was marve lous quite The fair Mariana replied that he might; So In through the portal rodo young Lorhlnvnr, Pre-empted the claim, and cleaned out the bar. Though the justice allowed ho wa'n't wholly lo blame. He taxed him ten dollars and costs Just tne same. Over tho IIMIs nnd Far Away. Over the hills nnd far nwny, A little boy steals from his morning piny, And under Ihe blossoming apple tree He lies and he dreams of things to be; Of bnttles fought nnd of victories won. Of wrongs o'erthrown nnd of great deeds done, Of the valor that he ffhall prove some day Over the hills and far away Over tho bills, and fur away! Over tho hills and far away, It's oh for the toil the livelong day! Hut it niaittereth not to the sold nilamo With the lovo for riches and power und lamei On, O man! whllo the sun Is high On to the certain Joys that 1 lo Yonder where bluzeih Ihe noon of day. Over tho hills nnd far away Over the hills, and far away I Over the hills nnd far away. An old man lingers at closo of dny; And now that his Journey Is almost done, His buttles fought and his victories won, The old-time honesty and truth. The trustfulness nnd the friends of youth, Home nnd mother where are they? Over the hills and far away fit ALL THE NOVELTIES IN NEW STYLES AT HILL & CORNELL'S 131 AND 133 N. WASHINGTON AVENUE. Large Stock to Select From. 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