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SCRANTON, JANUARY 29, 189G.
REPUBLICAN CITY TICKET.
ForMayor-E. II. NIPPLE.
For Treasurer DANIKI. WILLIAMS.
rorControllcr-K. J. WIDMAYER.
For ASKMOrs-CIIARI.LS FOWLER.
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Flection Hoy. Feb. 18.
Mr. Scranton was not the only one
who was "amuBed" at Fellows' take
down In the matter of the twin afll
drtvitR. A Death Dance.
Although we have established the
falsity of every specific chaiRe yet ut
tered concerning serious corruption nt
the recent Republican city primaries,
and expect to have little difficulty In
disproving any others which may arise,
it should not be overlooked that the
publication of these wholly false or
else grossly exaggerated allegations In
the Scranton Republican is merely part
of a carefully drawn plan, conceived
months ago by Joseph A. Scranton.
John II. Fellows. Matthew Dale and
their respective followers, to make a
bold raid upon the local party organiza
tion and, falling In that raid, to concen
trate their energies In an attempt to
ruin It. Nobody who knows Scranton,
Fellows or Dale can be In doubt as to
the spurlousness of their pre
tended devotion to pure politics; their
purpose Is wholly one of Jealousy and
revenge, and In it they have grown so
desperate that they will stoop to any
falsehood or bend to any political crime
to further, It or to bring evil upon
those whom they oppose.
Six months ago Fellows said upon the
street that if Ripple were nominated
he "would light him to the bitter end."
Last fall Scranton called exSherllt
Stevens Into his office and told
him that "the Connells must be killed
off politically, cost what It might." Dale
kept further In the background; he was,
It Is believed, the cashier of the Inde
pendent movement. The meetings In
Purr's, Molr's and Fuller's halls were
part and parcel of this preconceived
purpose to capture the party leadership
by storm or else to ruin the party and
build up a new dynasty over its newly
dug grave. Hence the slanderous pre
dictions, weeks In advance of the pri
maries, that "If money were used,
measures would be taken," etc., the
effort being ilrst to poison the public
mnd against the men whom the con
spirators hud marked for slaughter
before sending them to their death.
Whut would have been thought, In
this community, If Colonel Hippie had
gone about, for months' prior to the
primaries. Insinuating that Molr was
planning to corrupt the caucuses and
threatening a bolt? What would have
been thought of The Tribune as a
party newspuper If It had said. In effect,
eight weeks before the primaries, that
If, Its pet ticket was not rhosen by the
party, It would set up an independent
one or else go over to the Democrat?
We appeal to Republicans to lay aside
all prejudice in this mutter and look at
the facts fairly, us they exist. We re
peat our charge that the Scranton-Fel-lows
conspiracy plunned the. present
fight over half a year ago; that they
made all arrangements for HI passing
the word along the line that the pre
text for the bolt, should a bolt become
necessary, would be the cry of "fraud;"
and that every allegation of irregular
ity now uttered by this conspiracy,
through Its newspaper organ or in pri
vate talk, Is a calculated Item in the
culmination of the plot first to raid
the party, and next in the event of that
falling, to work for its destruction.
To be sure, the conspirators have
been and are yet glib of tongue and
agile in falsification. First Scranton
tickled the vanity of the asinine Fel
lows and turned him from a bombastic
foe into a cringing and obedient lick
spittle ally; next he practiced his arts
of blandishment on honest Tom.
Davies, whom he finally hypnotized In
to making up with the man who boast
ingly defeated him for county treas
urer In 1804; and from these he passed
on to the good-natured and amiable
Captain Molr, whom, we believe, was
used as an unconscious tool In this cam
paign of political hlghwaymanism.
And thus, step by step, the plot was
worked out, the wires were laid and
the details adjusted for the final cli
max. It was Scranton's thought that
he would , win the primaries, because
ha fancied he had covered his plans.
When he lost that hope, he fell back
on his precautionary reserves, and has
since given us a demonstration of his
capabilities as a wrecker. He is danc
ing his last jig, and knowing that it
is his last one, he is dancing It desper
ately. But his very desperation gives
his case away, and reveals him to the
party as a (pe who would willingly stab
It .to the death In order to climb over
Its quivering form to a new lease of
power for public mischief.
We regret that Captain Molr did not
ee fit to accept our courteous invita
tion to call around and get the name
' of the man who was our authority for
saying that Fellows boasted td Molr
of scalping honest Tom Davies in 1SS4.
The Information would hnve Interested
him, and perhaps refreshed his memory.
The Responsibility of Directors
At a recent meeting of the State Rur
asportation of New York state a paper
was read by Henry W. Jessup entitled
"Are Directors of Corporations Held to
a Sufficient Accountability?" The ar
ticle has attracted a great deal of at
tention by reason of the succinct man
ner in which modern corporation meth
ods were exposed and still more by
reason of wiat the author advanced as
a jessible means t-f reforming the
present discreditable methods. The
author called attention to the fact
which Is becoming every day better
known that the officers and not the
directors are the real managers of the
corporation and that they often so man
ipulate the trust reposed in them as to
become privately wealthy while the
stockholders of the corporation are left
without a share in the profits of the
concern and almost equally without
a means of redress.
Mr. Jessup called attention, in this
connection, to the fact that while re
dress to the stockholders Is obtainable
theoretically through a court of equity.
In reality this mode of procedure Is
comparatively unavailable because a
stockholder must first notify the court
that he has exhausted all means within
his power within the corporation be
fore he can be permitted to Institute a
litigation which usuully belongs within
the province of the corporation. A
complaining stockholder must also offer
affirmative proof of misconduct on the
part of those intrusted with the man
agement of a corporation when at
tempting to establish fraud in fact.
As a possible remedy for some of the
muny evils the author suggests an
UNMASKING A LIAR.
It is an accepted principle in law that the man who will delib
erately lie about one thing will lie about another. Such a man's
testimony is worthless on any point into which self-interest enters.
Uelow, in parallel columns, we present two statements, clia
metically opposed to each ether. The column to the left is from
an editorial in yesterday morning's Republican, written by 1 Ion.
Joseph A. Scranton, member of congress from this district. The
"column to the right is a letter by Kev. A. 1 Chaffee, pastor of
Asbury Methodist Episcopal church of Green Ridge, which ap
peared in last night's Truth. We ask our readers carefully to
compare the two:
From th Scranton Republican.
Asbury church, Green Ridge, Is in
eruption. Its pastor tells us his flock
Is liable to be divided in twain over this
Rlpple-Moir contest and that he Is in
dunger of getting his walking papers
before the end of the year's engage
ment. For a Prohibitionist, Rev. Chaf
fee seems to have been perniciously ac
tive in trying to manage Republican
primaries. It seems that . Captain
Molr's friends selected Messrs. Colvln
and Dunn to run as delegates In the
Second or central Green Ridge ward.
It subsequently transpired that both of
these gentlemen were members of the
official board of Asbury church, Mr.
Dunn being also a trustee. Their se
lection was made without reference to
thelrrellgiousconnectlon and no thought
of utilizing the congregation for their
election had occurred to them.' Mr.
Connell,' however, took alarm at the
personal popularity of Messrs. Colvln
and Dunn, the indications pointing to
a successful issue of their canvass. A
warning was sounded, the trustees wore
summoned together and a session was
had over the candidacy of Colvln and
Dunn, both of whom were present. A
promised gift of one thousand dollars
to apply on the church debt, expected
from Mr. Connell, was held up before
the gaze of the brethren and strenuous
effort was made to take Colvln and
Dunn out of the field, Asbury church
hud notice to do all It could to send
Ripple delegates in return for Connell's
cool thousand. Now Asbury Is fear
fully In debt, some elghteu thousand,
and In short it was worked with the re
sult that Ripple secured the delegates.
The voters of Scranton, during the past few days, have been
regaled with a daily column of accusations from Mr. Scranton's
pen aimed at men of whose political prominence in this commu
nity he is envious ami jealous. If Mr. Scranton would deliber
ately lie about a respected minister of the gospel, whose only of
fence was the temerity of requesting that an injustice be cor-t
rected, would lie not also lie about those against whom he
has repeatedly declared desperate and unscrupulous war?
adoption of the laws prevailing in
France, which differentiates the pow
ers of the directorates of corporations,
fixing definitely certain well known
functions and certain unchanging re
sponsibilities upon different branches
of the management. In this way any
person becoming a stockholder In a cor
poration knows exactly whom he U
trusting and who are responsible to
him for mismanagement. . It is be
lieved by the author of the paper that
this system could be Introduced in our
laws without serious trouble and that
its effect could not be other than bene
ficial. While the premises of the author as
to the present inequitable state of af
fairs cannot be questioned and while
the remedy prepared would perhaps in
a measure remedy the evils complained
of, he overlooks the fact that It is large
ly upon the stockholder himself that
the blame for his misfortune must fall.
It Is the stockholders who elect the di
rectors and it is the directors who se
lect the officers. If they elect for di
rectors men whom they" know can at
best but take a Blight interest In the
affairs of the corporation, It Is they who
must take the responsibility for their
losses. People go into corporations
with the slightest Inquiry, not as to
whether the directors are reputable
men, but into the more Important ques
tion as to who holds the larger part of
the stock and what it will be to their in
terest to do with the corporation.
. Men whose only Interest In a corpora
tion can be in "wrecking" it;
that is, In sacrificing everything
for personal gain, are blindly
voted Into the management by
carelessly signed proxies, the value and
Importance of which are almost univer
sally overlooked; yet the importance of
-which Is really the keynote to an hon
est management of a corporation's af
With corporation Officers as with
men in all business ror.iwnii, some art?
honest end some are dishonest. It is
upon the stockholder that the r.ein
s.Ulity of the choice must rest; and lie
should be willing to shoulder It intel
ligently. The average Jury valuation of a hu
man life would pay for one-tenth of the
proposed viaduct, and a viaduct on
West Lackawanna avenue would save
more than ten lives.
Another Falsehood Exposed.
Concerning the charge In Monday's
Republican against Committeeman
Wolf, of the Fourth district of the
Nineteenth ward, tne following affi
davit will possess Interest:
flefore me, W. 8. Millar, an alderman In
and for said county, appeared Joseph
Wolf who, being duly sworn, deposed as
follows: ThHt 1 was a vigilance commit
teeman In the Fourth dlstrti-t of the Nine
teenth ward at the recent Republican city
primurles; that before a bullot wa takn
tha bullot box was sealed by the two can
didates for delegate in the preenc f
Charles W. Westpfahl, the Independent
Republican candidate for city controller;
thai when the bullotlng had been end!,
the two candidates for delegate, John
Steinmetz for Molr and Kred Stealer for
ltipple. were called In to examine the
and open the box, which they did, pro
nouncing It satlFfactory: that they botU
watched the count, und that prior tJ thai,
the Molr delegate had two witnesses ra
tioned at the window toee that every bal
lot was correctly placed In the box;
Unit during the balloting u quart
of whiskey was kept on tap by
tho Molr supporters In a co.il
shanty on the alley and voters for
Molr, ufter being handed a drink, were
told to vote two tickets If necessary: that
the Molr delegate himself, John Steinmetz.
offered two tickets, one of which w.a1
handed back to him; that Stelumeta'si
brother-in-law, who followed him at tho
noils, also tried t vote two ballots, one
of which was likewise handed back; that
after the count nine unnumbered ballots
were found In tho box and rejected; thut
everv numbered ballot represented a bona
llde name on the vlsllunce's list of voters);
und thai Steinmetz, at the close of the
To the F.ditorof the Truth.
I avail myself of the courtesy of your
columns to state the following: It
hardly seemB that a gentleman occu
pylng so honorable a position as does
Mr. J. A. Scranton would make state
ments having no foundation in fact.
and hesitate when apprised of It to
make proper amends.
In his editorial of the 27th he alleges
that Mr. Connell used "undue and mer
cenary Influences" with our congre
gation for political results. That state
ment Is absolutely false. Mr. Con
nell's promise of help was given me in
May or June of 1S95, since which time
and prior to the 27th no conversation
has passed between us relative to the
matter. Mr. Connell has never Intimated'
to myself, or any of the trustees of As
bury church, that his offering In any
way hung upon the election or non
electlon of Ripple delegates from the
Thirteenth ward. Further, the trustees
of Asbury church neither threatened
bribed nor coerced the Molr delegates
or treated them other than with the
These facts were stated to Mr. Scran -
tonbymyself onthe morning of January
"7th. He assured me he would be will
ing to right any Impression made by
his editorial which was untrue. In
stead of doing It he further mlsrepre
sents us. I never told him that our so
ciety was In a state of eruption and that
I was in danger of getting walking-
papers before my term expired, be
cause of this. I did not Intimate that
such a state of things existed. We
never had better or more largely at
tended services than now. This state
ment by him was not marin without
premeditation and unmanly motives
It is conscienceless.
Yours very truly,
A. F. CHAFFEE.
Pastor of Asbury M. K. Church.
Jan. 28, 18.
vote, culled Zeigler, the Ripple delegate, to
him, took his hand and said that the poll
ing hud been fair and square In every par
ticular and that neither would have nny
euuse for complaint. Joseph Wolf.
Sworn and subscribed to before me thin
twenty-eighth day of January. 1MK5.
W. S. Millar, Alderman.
State of Pennsylvania, County of Lack
I, William Hoffman, a member of the
vigilant committee, acting with Mr. Wolf,
corroborate the above statement and de
clare it to be true in every particular.
Sworn and subscribed to before me this
twenty-eighth day of January, 1836.
W. S. Millar, Alderman.
It is Interesting to note that In the
Providence wards a request by the Rip
ple delegates for the admission of wit
nesses to the booths was denied by the
opposing faction; why, we can only
The Truth would In the long run be
happier if it were not so eager to detect
In addresses like that of Rev. Dr. Mc
Leod reflections not meant by the
speakers. We agree with It that re
ligious rancor Is fruitless. Therefore,
let's drop it.
The Scranton Times grows Indignant
because The Tribune said that "honest
vigilance committeemen would be fully
protected." Does the Times think that
honest men should be persecuted?
The Republican who is willing to vili
fy his own party because it will not do
as he wants it to do is a good thing to
push along. He Isn't needed and he
will not be missed.
LETTER FROM MR. EDWARDS.
Editor of The Tribune.
Sir: The Scranton Republican of Mon
day, In i)s charges of fraud or attempt
at fraud In the recent primary elections,
furnishes at least one conspicuous example
of malicious lying. I refer to its allegations
concerning the First district of the Fif
teenth ward. Here It asserts: "There was
a delberate plot to cheat Mr. Davlei out
of the delegates In his home precinct, and
that there were forty-flva more ballots
found in trie box than the nuinlr of
vct? r.a:ued la the lt.t kept by tho vlgt-
At the opening of the poll in this dl-
tiU't. Thoiiia.i D. Davies requ-st id To h.ive
a representative In the lioo:h whiie the vote
was being cast. Mr. David M. Jones ami
myself, the duly-elected vigllaut of this
dl:rict. with the express purpose of
avoiding ur.y possibility of u.'h u charge
a.i tile one now niude. granted this re.
quest. A representative from each side
was cboxen, Mr. Frank Jon- tx-ln c
lectcd by the SloIr-Dnvle.-i-Westpfahl,
lU'iegates. and Mr. John T. LrwW by the
Klpple- illlanis-Wldmuver delegate.
When the ttrwt vote was tak-n, Mr.
Frank Jones placed hlmrcl.' by my tide,
and from that time .in.il the votj was
completed, had an opportunity to v. ev
cry vote that was ;io'1.m and when the
count was completed, made tho follow
ing statement: "Weli, nobody can say
this was not a fair count."
Every precaution within our power was
tanen to insure a fair election: each bul
lot was numbered and deposited, as it was
received from the nanda oi tlib vottr.
While counting the vote, in four or live
Ir.ttances two or threu ballots wtr.; fo'del
Inside the ballot which was numbered and
tliene were divided between the two sets
or delegate. The fraudulent vote were
thrown out. there iu. being more tnan
eleven in all.
Mr. Frank Jones now has. th lliur; If he
una any regard tor '.ruth or honor, l.e will
j.cute come out und uoriouorate trls
stiiu ment. . John AI. Kdwurds.
Sii-anton, Pa., Jan. iii.
Nor noon TAsri:.
From the Scranton Times.
It is not good tuate to drag religions Into
a political controversy. Those who know
Air. Will um I'unnell best will not for a
moment believe he would threaten the
withdrawal of uny .pledge he may have
made towunl lining u church debt, if all
of the olfli-iul members ami the whole con
gregation should vote auuln.t unv politi
cal candidates he might favor. .Mr. t'on-
nell la penerous to a fault in his philan
thropy, and while we do not agree with
him politically we believe in manly war
fare. Let the fight proceed, and corrup
tion at the polls be unearthed, hut in do
ing so there Is no excuse to drag in the
.MIGHT CfT BOTH WAYS.
From the Harrlsburg Patriot.
The Republican .party in Lackawanna
county is to be somewhat depleted. Con
gressman Scranton intends to put In Jail
a number of Republican election officers.
This effort to cut down the Republican
majority In February is not calculated to
secure the approval of many party lead
ers. Besides the precedent once estab
lished of sending Republican "leaders" to
jull there's no guessing what may become
of a number of Pennsylvania's conspicu
From the Philadelphia Inquirer.
It is sometimes erroneously claimed
that the sympathies of Scranton ore with
New York rather than with Philadelphia.
The claim Is not substantiated by an edi
torial in the Scranton Tribune, which pa
per declares that New Yorkers are ri
diculously Inaccurate in their verdicts in
the fields of literature and art and that the
froth and scum of the country, rejected
at home, float on the top wave of notori
ety in New York.
THE REASON WHY.
a love my fellow-boarder's wim
Though she in years surpusses me.
And though her gentle, blameless lifo
Is free from guile as life can be;
And though I swore some years ago
To a dear girl, through peace or strife,
No other love I'd ever know
Yet still I love my neighbor's wife.
Her little girl Is 9 years old.
So you ran see she's on In years;
Yet to my statement I will hold,
Though It may start my fond wife's
The mother loves that little girl
As I adore my children three,
Nor do I foully plan to hurl
These lambkins Into Infamy,
My neighbor's girl In school doth learn
The secrets of piano-play, '
And at schoolf when the rest adjourn.
She practices an hour a day;
But her good ma does not permit
Her, on her Joyous childish life,
To "thump" at home one little bit
Wherefore I love my neighbor's wife.
HILL & CONNELL,
131 AND 133 N. WASHINGTON AVE.
131 AND 33 N. WASHiKGTON &VE.
We are now taking account of
stock. It will take the whole
month of January to go through
our live iloors and weed out the
odds and ends that are left after
a year's business.
We intend to close them out
quick as possible to make room
lor new spring stock.
There will be some real bar
Rains. If you are in need ot
anything in our line it will pay
you to visit our store.
Fine China, Crockery,
Cut Glass, Lamps and
House Furnishing Goods.
22 'LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
GOLDSKilTH'S 3 BAZA AH
A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY
Coiuoieucing Wednesday morolair, January 29, we will have a free demonstration of the wonderful "Witch
kloth" at our store for a few days. Dou't fail to sse it. The following are a few points about WITCIIKLOTH.,,
"Witchkloth" is a specially prepared "kloth." It will remove and nrnvnnt
jewelry, nickel, plated ware, bicycles,
'Witchkloth" is esiwclally adapted
"Witchkloth" does not scratch
restoring the metal to its originally polished condition, leaving it much less
ALWAYS READY, QUICK, NO TROUBLE, CLEAN, EFFICIENT.
TnvallinKlA airafi nna "V K Aa.nt. A nH iT..A l- hi a . . .. ... ...
v w x,v uuubciiuiu c-u Kuuru w iw wunoui iu
of an ordinary towel: it will drv and uolinh at the umA time. And tha nniiK
as that given by the use of pastes, soaps,
1 1 uoes not scratch; it works wonders ; it is "bewitched. '
"Witchkloth" will clean or polish just as well when black with use as when new. No matter how soiled the
"kloth" may become, the dirt will not rub off to soil the hands. It is absolutely clean.
"Witchkloth" can be used until entirely worn ouL A molat ntccn will in n.i a drv r.i. m u.ii.t nfii
the "kloth" is worn threadbare.
"Witchkloth" takes the place of
one-quarter the cost
"WITCHKLOTH" IS THE
The second week of our
GREAT SHOE SALE
first week's sales, far ahead of expectations. It only proves
thing and is anxious to take advantage of it.
livery pair ot shoes in this immense, fiue stock will be sold for less than cost.
We have a line of Gents' Fine Shoes, hand welt, kangaroo uooers. straight it shoes:
they are now marked $2.98.
Every I4 Shoe in the house is now $2.48.
Children's Shoes 68c and 88c that were i and 11.25.
Don't miss this opportunity to buy shoes for less than
n r wl b mm w m km mwk
iu 1 hiirn aiiiiiMi
Is sometimes due to defective materials
or tools. Many a man spends tta
necessary time la office work when he
might save care and doctors' bills if
he cot proper office necessaries. For
these "proper necessaries" we are
right up to date. If you cannot call
on us, we shall be pleased to call on
you. We do
2,7 UCKl WSNNA IVE.
After February 15 will
remove to Hotel Jermyn,
Vf ara Headquarters for Off tan and
ara handling the
Celebrated Duck Rivers.
Lynn Havens, Keyports,
Mill Ponds; also -Shrewsbury,
River Coves, Western
Shores and Blue Points.
t-VWa make a FpeciaUr ot dcllreriaf
Blue Point on halt ahaU in carrier.
PIERCE'S MARKET, PE1IN AYE
Tmm b km mmr m mm Wt BEN
01 aad eoe thaae
nd-band TUmm we have Mm la rahsajt
H m. mmm mmT ' m. "V aW
glass, etc., always bright, cloan and free
for cleaulng and polishing all tableware.
a new surface, but thoroughly cleanses
1 vu wtmuiu j tw mow mil last tt s tuug
powders, etc. With it work is a pleasure.
all nolishes. Dowdera. n&atea. llmilda
ONLY FABRIC THAT CAN BOTH CLEAN AND POLISH.
Shoe Sale is now on. We were
mm m mm. mm, mm mim m mm, mm
1 fli:nii frtiiiij miiii
And get your 'picture took
with one of them er pocket
They will take the picture
of a candidate for a city office,
ears and all. So your ears
will get in all right, too.
HITTER AND FURNISHER,
305 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
326 Washington Aa.,
from corrosion, tarnish, stains, dirt, etc
It cannot injure the most delicate
and nmnm tha riirt mnA ini.h th,..
liable to tarnish and rust.
jury your lauie silverware with it in place
nKtatnai k o .. .m . ,
And nlm tt Mi am rata uklna t lu tVion
sumrised at the result of our
the public appreciates a good
cost of making them.
IF BU "
ma mm mm. mm m mmm, mtm mm f
.j viniiiiiu iiumiiiih
A Few Left
But we will sell that few at
cost They are t .
and we want to close them out
If you need a Heater
don't miss this chance.
FOOTE 5 SHEAR CO.
119 WASHINGTON AVENUE
On April 1 Will Remove to Coal
Exchange Building, Wyoming
TABLES AND LAMPS
WILL BE SOLD AT COST.
307 LACKAWANNA AVE.
ON THE LINE OF THE 1
CANADIAN PACIFIC R'Y
ara located th flnmt flahlna aad hoatlaa
(ronads in tba wortd. DesoiiptlT booka om
application. Tickata to all pointa la Malaa,
Canada and ttarltima ProriOcaa, MlBnaapoll
fit Paul. Canadian and United SUtaa I'crtfc.
waata, Vancoarer, Beattlo, Taconia, Portlani..
Or., San Franciaoo.
First-Class Sleeping and Dininz Gars
attached to all throuirb trains. Tourist ears
fully fitted with bedding, curtains and sp
tally adapted to wanta of f anaillaa nay be a4
with second-fllsss tickets. Rate always lasa
than Tta other Unae, For fall InfarnuMla
time Utiles, etc., on application to
C V. SKINNER, Q. K. A.
S53 BROADWAY, NEW TORI