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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-F1UD AY, OCTOBER 31, 1902.
PAKISON AND HIS
Theu Paid a Visit to This Gltu Last
Night and Delivered Addresses
In Two Places.
RECEPTION WAS NOT
Party Proceeded from the Tinin to
tho Lyceum Theater, Wheie Ad
dresses Were Delivered by the
Former Governor, Candidate James
Nolan, Hon, J. A. Strannhan and
George Howell Mr. Pattison Also
Delivered an Address in St. Da
vid's Hall, West Scranton, Where
a Small Crowd Had Gathered.
Hon. Itobert K. l'attlson ami his
party of campaigners weiu In this city
lust night anil addressed n Democratic
mass meeting ut the Lyceum theater.
Mr. Paulson also addressed a meeting
in .St. David's hull, AVest Scranton, lnet
night, being driven there Immediately
after thu close of his speech ut the
The I'attlsun party spent the after
noon at Hnnesdnlo and Carbondalo,
awl arrived In this city at 7.4,".. A par
ty of local Democrats, headed by Coun
ty Chairman John ,1. Fahey, met the
visitors and escorted them to carriage.
A procession was formed. Iieuded by
the Cumberland band, and the parade
passed up Lackawanna to Wyoming
and "Wyoming to the Lyceum.
There was little enthusiasm ut the
station or along the line traversed by
the parade, and when the party ap
peared on the stage there was only the
most perfunctory applause. It was a
large audience that tilled uvpry seat
In the house, but it was a decidedly
in the house, but it was u cold one.
AVlth Mr. l'attlson were James Nolan,
candidate for seerctaiy of internal af
fairs, who lives in Iierlcs county and
is a co'ntractor; Hon, James A. Stran
nhan, of Hurrlsburg; J. Washington
I.ogue, of Philadelphia, and John S.
Rilling, of Erie, chairman of the cam
paign committee. George AV. Guthiie,
candidate for lieutenant governor, is
not with the parti", contrary to the an
nouncements made. He left it last Sat
urday and Is spending this week speak
ing at his home in Allegheny county.
On the platform with the above were
most of the local Democratic candi
dates and a number of prominent Dem
ocrats. Comegys Chairman.
""The meeting was opened by County
Chairman Fahey, who Introduced At
torney Cornelius Comegys as chairman.
The latter lead n speech, in which ho
'told Democrats of their duty In this
campaign and took- a few side shots
at things Republican. He concluded
by Introducing James Nolan as the
flrnt speaker. Mr. Nolan is a lilufC,
hearty individual, who confessed that
he was more at home, behind a stone
wall than on the hustings. Tie enter
tained the audience with u series, of
stories that hud pith and point and
weie well told.
"Outside of a desire to stand well in
the estimation of tho people and to be
of pome service to the people of this
boss-ridden community I caic not
whether I get a vote or not," was one
of the things he said. He referred to
Judge Pennypaokcr as a political Dr.
Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and said that
Pennsylvania I literally honeycombed
with corruption. The legislature Is de
bauched, he declined, and the "gang"
In Philadelphia stands ready at any
election to give whatever majority the
boss-es may desire.
"The remedy for this Is to turn tho
rascals out," he announced with em-,
phasls. He prayed that the arm might
Vie paralyzed that would deposit a
fraudulent ballot. In concluding his
speech he said: "If you elect me I
will promise to give you a clean and
honest administration. If you don't
elect me you may go further nnd fare
Former flovernor Paulson, the next
speaker, showed on his face the strain
of long and arduous weeks of campaign
ing and was rather hoarse. He con
fined himself almost entirely to a gen
eral denunciation of tho doings of tho
last legislature! and of tho present od
nilnlsttatlon. lie began by discussing iu a general
way tho lights of the Individual Amer
ican citizen which make him superior
In power to tho ruler of any land, hh
right to select his own rulers and his
right to oppose or disapprove of their
nfllclal acts not by the sword or the
bayonet but by the ballot on election
day, Americans too often loose sight
of the Brent sovereign power that rests
In them, ho said. He declared that oh
a candidate it was his duty to let the
votes know just how he stood nnd
Just what ho will do If elected.
"I have been twieo honored by being
chosen as tho governor of this state,"
said he, "and if I am elected again I
will do precisely tho same things I
did then. My record for those eight
years is written on tltu pages ot the
history of this state. I could jiot
change It if I would and I would not
If I could. Heforo I assumed the olllco
of governor I swore to defend tho con
stitution of this state and If during
my term of olllco I had done other
than that I would have been false to
my oath and disloyal to my fellow
citizens. During tho years that I was
governor I vetoed no less than thlrty
thiee per cent, of the legislation passed
because I deemed It improper and
wrong nnd If you ugaln elect me uh
governor, I am free to ntllrm that I
will again veto such legislation If It Is
submitted to me."
The last legislature, Mr, Pattison
declared, Iiiin been universally conceded
to have been the most debauched nnd
degraded In the history of the state.
Mr. Pattison ridiculed Judge Penny
packer's assertion that ho had never
heard of the public sale of a public
franchise and he referred to several
Instances In which such sales have
been effected. He took up at length
flovernor Stone's veto of a part of the
public school appropriation and said
that the Republican party has no right
to boast ot what It has done for the
schools of tho state. He pointed out
that the 'equalization of state taxes
for which the Republicans claim the
glory was accomplished while he was
serving as governor.
lie declared that It was "ex-members
of the penitentiary" lilted by tho state
machine who deliberately disrupted the
recent convention of the Union party
In the city of Philadelphia nnd assert
ed It as his belief that Mils alleged
outrage, committed within the shadow
of Independence hall, was one of the
most damnable things ever perpetuated
in this country.
He read from speeches made by Con
gressman John Dalzell and Former
Postmaster General Charles Emory
S-'mlth condemning Senator Quay and
the Republican party In this stute and
declared that these utterances con-'
trasted Iu a most remaikablo way with
the campaign speeches now being made
by these same gentlemen.
"The only reasonable explanation ot
the flop-over ot these gentlemen, It ap
pears to me," said he, "is that the sen
ior United States senator from thU
state is fashioning a couple of very
handsome gold bricks which he's plan
ning to deliver after the campaign."
Strewn with wiecks.
The whole state, he declared, is
stiuwn with the wiecks of men who
have given their character and reputa
tion to the machine and who have le
ceived naught In return. It Is for the
voters of this state to say whether they
desire to be the abject slaves of the
machine, lie said, or to throw on the
bonds and become again free to exer
cise and enjoy tin: rights guaranteed
them by the constitution.
Fanner Deputy Attorney General J.
A. Stranahun followed Mr. IMttison
and made one of the best speeches ot
the night. Jlc is it plain, matter-of-fact
speaker, making no attempt at
ihetorical ornninonLn.tioii. He darkned
that the Republicans in seeking to di
rect the attention of the voters 'of the
state to national issues are seeking to
divert lliein troni a consideration of
the evils of the state government. Na
tional mattei s arc of no particular
consequence at this lime, he s.ijd, and
state matters are of every consequence.
, He discussed at length some of the
things accomplished by Mr. Pattl.-on
during his two terms as governor.
During these eight years, he said, a
pure ntmosphere existed at Harrisburg
nnd everything done was free from
the taint of the lobby and free fiom
corruption and bribery.
He asserted that Mr. Pattison should
bo recognized as the young man's can
didate because the statu machine has
no use for young men except as "cring
ing sycophants." As alleged proof of
this lie referred to the defeat of John
P. Klkln for the nomination for gov
ernor. Elkln, he said, mnde "a manly,
earnest fight nnd should linve made the
nomination, but lie failed."
George Howell, the Anti-Machine
candidate for coiiRress, was the last
speaker. He declared it to be his duty
as a citizen to arise and assist in the
light for honest government and purer
politics iu this slate. Local issues
should not be ignored, he said, in favor
of the Philippines question or some
otner remote question ot purely na
Ho then gave his idea ot what line
Americanism stands for "for men who
will be as honest in public as in pri
vate life; for men who will deal hon
estly In politics as In business: for
men whom the lust of office does not
kill; in short, for men sun-crowned
above the fog, whose lives are devoted
to public duty."
Mr. Howell said that It was improp
er tor tho Republicans to claim the
credit for the settlement ot the coal
strike. Neither Democrats or Repub
licans could reasonably claim this
ciedlt. It belonged to tho miners them
selves nnd to John MltcheU, he said.
Mr. Pattison and his party spent the
night at tho Jermyn and will leave
this morning for Philadelphia. Satur
day night they will be In AVIlkes-Rarre.
coal carried, I ask that they be com
pelled to obey the law, and under n
proper administration they will be. Tho
mdn who lives on Easy stteet mttst
obey tho law tlm same ns Hie man who
lives on Poverty row."
John XI, atinster was next Introduced,
and during his remarks said that Penn
sylvania had swallowed a steel trust, n
beef trust, a mlllt Must, nnd n. coat
trust, but next Tuesday the stomach of
Penn. was going to unburden Itself. At
this Juncture ex-Governor Pattison ap
peared and was greeted with cheers.
Hon. John P. Quitman made a few
remarks on the election, and then tho
chairman Introduced Mr. Pattison. His
remarks were practically a duplicate of
those he mudo In the Lyceum.
One of the great meetings of tho
present campaign will be held at the
Lyceum tonight. The speakers will bo
former Postmaster General Charles
Emory Smith and Hon. Stuart McKlb
bon, member of congress from Illinois.
These are coucededly two ot the ablest
political speukers In thu country and
Summon Is Indued fortunate In hav
ing an opportunity to hear them. Mr.
McKlbbou Is limiting only three
speeches In Pennsylvania.
The North Mud Glee club and the
Lawrence band will furnish the music
al part of the programme.
Tlirpe rousing Republican mass meet
ings were held In the county last
night. The attendance was large and
the enthusiasm unmistakable at each
of them. At Jermyn speeches were
made by AV. Gaylord Thomas, T. If.
Dale and John R. Farr, and at 1'eck
vllle the orators were Hon. Jere Sny
der, of Allentown; H. S. Alw'orth and
C. S. Olver.
In the borough hull at Tluoop theie
was a crowd that tested lis capacity
to the utmost and listened with the
closest intention to Dr. II. H. Harris,
M. W. Lowry and It. A. Zimmerman,
who discussed the merits of Republi
canism and analyzed the qualifications
of the men who are seeking the sup
port of the voters of the county next
Don't cioak. Get In the sunshine.
Join the march to victory of the party
VICTORY FOB MRS. HENRY.
W A SAMPLE BOTTLE
, OF SWAMP-BOOT DID
To Prove what the Great Kidney Remedy, Swamp
Root, will do for YOU, Every Reader of the Scran
ton Daily Tribune Hay Have a Sample Bottle Sent
Free by flail.
WEST SCRANTON MEETING
AVo offer One Hundred Dollars itnn.vn.ii
I for any csiso i of Catanh that cannot bo
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cuio.
- .i J' wiKS'ii&KO,. Toledo, O.
Wc, tho nailers imed. liiivn i.m,u i. r
Cheney for tho last 13 years, and believe
him poilectly honorable hi all busing
transactions una llnanelully ablo to currv
out any obligations inudu by their ilrin
Toledo' VlWA Wholesale Diufigists,
WAL'd.ING. K1NNAN & MAUVIN
AVholesalo Druggists, Toledo, q ' iA
Hall's Catarrh Cure Ir tnitnn ii.., ,n..
acting directly upon tho blood and mil!
pus surfaces of the system. Testimoni
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IV Ull UllIKtflSlB.
ijiane r-uniny nils sue the. best. 1
A rather small crowd attended the
Democratic mass meeting held In St.
David's hall last evening. The speak
ers were Attorney George Howell, can
didate for congress, and Itobert IQ, Pat
tison, candidate for governor. About
l.'O listened to tho address of Mr.
Howell, and towards tho close of tho
meeting, upon tho arrival ot Mr. Patti
son, about llfty more came in. Seated
on the platform weie: Mr. Pattison,
John J. Fahey, Attorney Georgo Howell,
T, D, Hayes, Former City Controller
Ksdias Howell, Hon. John P. Qtilnnan,
Colonel F. J. Fltzsinnnons and 1), li,
Fsdras Howell was chairman, and
after a few remarks expressing his
hopes for the coming election, he Intro
duced Attorney Georgo Howell. In
part, ho spoke as follows:
"In this campaign, I believe wo
should talk less about party platform
and moro about the honesty and In
tegrity of the men who are seeking
otllce. I want It understood that I am
not waning against capital, but against
tho misuse and abuse of money, It re
quites a million of dollars to put a
presidential ticket In the Held, and how
long will It be before tho presidential
chair will be knocked down to tho
highest bidder; how long befoie city
olllces will bu put up tit devil's auction
and also sold to tho highest bidder?
"J tell you, my friends, the money
stuudard today Is altogether too high
and the political standard too low, I
believe In organization, but not In ma
chine rule. I believe In purty leudeis,
but not In the Iron rule or tho political
boss, who seeks to gain his ends by In
timidation, bribery, and persecution.
"Then again, I am not talking ugulnst
corporations, for some of them are a
good thing, but I am warring against
the men who deliberately refuse to en
force the law when It says that u cor
poration shall not act as a common
carrier and at the same time mine the
Supieme Court Sustains the Decision
of Judge Kelly.
The opinion of the Supreme court In
tho case of Mis. Mary Henry against
Anna K. Xurflleli, administratis of
John Schaft'er, deceased, was received
here yesterday. The opinion was writ
ten by Justice Dean and sustains the
opinion of Judge 'Kelly, refusing a new
Schaffer was a merchant at Diiiimoie,
and when he died in April. 1S!IS, he left
an estate valued at about .V'O.OOH. Joseph
and Mary Henry weie customers of his.
They owned a house and lot at Dun
more, the value of which was variously
estimated by witnesses at from $2,000
to $-l"00. Henry was a man of b.i!i
habits, and encumbered the propeity.
Schaffer gave credit to Mrs. Henry to
the amount of $1,.00, and the dwelling
and lot was then conveyed to him, the
consideration mentioned in the deed
Mis. Henry alleged that this was not
tho leal consideration, that It was
understood between the parties that
the debt of $1,300 was to bo cancelled,
that Schaffer was to pay some small
bills owed by Henry and his wife, and
that she was to receive .in addition
$J.0OO iu cash. This money was not
paid, and she sued his administratrix
to recover. The defense contended that
the consideration was .the amount
named In the deed.
Tho jury before whom the case was
tried lf-tuined a verdict In favor of the
plaintiff, and a new trial was asked,
which Judge Kelly, the local Judge, hi
an opinion, refused. Justice Dean, In
closing his exhaustive opinion, said:
"After a caieful examination of the evi
dence and law bearing upon It, we llnd
no error that calls for a reversal, there
fore the judgment Is affirmed."
Don't oi oak. Get In the sunshine.
Join tho march to victory of the party
HIGH SCHOOL BEATEN.
AV. F. Lohncs, a prominent business man of Spiinglleld, Ohio, writes the
following strong endorsement of the great kidney lcmedy, Swamp-Root, to
the Kdltor of tho Springfield, Ohio, Republic:
Springfield, Ohio, Feb. 21. IDOL
"Having heard that you could ptocure a sample bottle of Swamp-Hoot,
fiee by mail, I wrote to Dr. Kilmer &. Co., Rlnghaniton, X. A'., for a sample
bottle and it was promptly sent. Z was so pleased after trying the sample
bottle that 1 sent to the drug store and procured a supply. I have used
Swamp-Root regularly for some time, and consider it uusui passed as a lem
edy for torpid liver, loss of appetite and general derangement of the digest
ive functions. 1 think my trouble was due to too close Confinement in my
business. 1 can recommend it highly for all liver and kidney complaints, t
am not in the habit of endorsing any medicine, but In this case I cannot
speak too much In praise of what Swamp-Root has done for me."
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DR. AD0LPH L0RENZ
tlie celebrated medical specialist, from Vlcaina, Insists that iU patlonU
whom lie operates shall partake of sonic sltapSe and nourlahlnif diet like
a highly nutritious, pure, whole-wheat cereal, that has
a magical effect in creating new tissue, new blood,
new bone and muacle. The most eminent physicians
recommend it as a wholesome diet for growing children
(also for the sick), because they know it contains all
the strengthening properties of the best beef.
Being scientifically prepared and ready cooked, it
may be served instantly at-nny meal with milk or
cream, etc. It is moat delicioua to tho taste, crisp,
appetizing and very economical. Being fully impreg
nated with pepsin and celery, itis.quicklyassirniln.ted
by the gastric juices o the stomach. It is indeed
an ideal food for the seden
tary as well as for those
performing tho severest la-
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wonderful discovery. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Iioot, because as soon as your
kidneys are will they will help all the other organs to health. A tiial will
You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful remedy, Swamp-Uoot,
sent absolutely free by mall, also a book telling all about Swamp-Uoot, and
containing many of the thousands upon thousands or testimonial letters re
ceived from men and women who owe their good health, in fact their very
lives, to the great curative pioperties of Swamp-Root. In writing to Dr. Klf
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offer In the Scranton dally Tribune.
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Played an Exciting Game with tho
The' High school was defeated by the
Eclipse foot ball team at Athletic p.uk
yesterday afternoon by a score of 6 to
,"). Tho Kcllpse team played afl around
the High School, although much lighter
In weight. In the llrst half tho Eclipse
hammered tho High School on both
sides, but lack of practice caused con
siderable fumbling. High School se
cured the ball and It see-sawed bock
and forth during the entire half. The
half was llnnlly ended 0-0. In tho be
ginning of the second half the Eclipse
rushed the ball up the Held to High
School's fi-yurd line, then by n fumble
lost It. High School kicked off. Ed
wards of the High School got the ball
and ran fifty yards. Ho was tackled
and the ball was secured by tho
Eclipse. It wus given to Acker who
ran the length of the field for a touch
down. Slaltery kicked a pretty goal.
Eclipse kicked tho ball off to High
School, and on account of the huge
crowd surrounding the lines Ranr, of
the High School got away from all
tackles and Interference for a touch
down. Hut despite an excellent chance
he failed to kick the goal. The half
ended with the score (J.5.
The Eclipse are composed ot players
selected from both the High school and
the School of Iiackawuuna. Thu line
up of the game was ns follows;
High School, Ecllpso..
McCrlndlu light end I'arrlsli
J, Kelley right tackle ,.,.. Cnino
Smith tight Ktiuid, ,,,,.,. Conkllu
l.ovell renter E, Kelley
Wcllmid ,,..,,,,lett guuid , .McKlnuey
Evans left Ucklu , Orciuiur
l.uvl ,,..,,.,Ioft end I!iirc:r
Houer quaitur back,,,,,,,, Js'eison
Edwaids liiiht half Acker
Allen (eupt.) ....left half,,...,,,, Reynolds
Huiley ful back,, Slatteiy tcapi.)
Time, of halves L and l.l minutes. Kef.
eree Thayer. Uinplio Kellows. Lines-
null iiufiiK nnd Dawson. Timekeepers
Han en and Evans,
The Thlrteiith regiment lias as yet
received no oiders to break camp
though there were rumors yesterday
that such an order would come today.
The camp was open to visitors yester
day afternoon and u goodly crowd
was In attendance.
If you would sustain
SOME FINE BOWLING.
Scranton Bicycle Club Team Modo
Grand Total of 2575.
Some splendid bowling was done last
night by the Scranton Ulcycle club
team hi a practice match with the
Kleett iu City Wheelmen. The Hlcycle
club playeis won two of the three
games making a grand total of a"i7."i.
The A Vest Side playeis made u good
showing In the second ganio but played
pooily In tho other two. The score:
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ing out handsome specimens from original designs
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EIGHTH KEOJ.MENT DONE,
But the Thirteenth Has Received No
Ordeis as Yet.
The six renminbis companies of the
Eighth regiment which has been sta
tioned near Duryeu, broke camp yes
terday morning antj, denurted at 1.30
p. m. The Eighth hud been stationed
near Duryea for yearly six weeks and
Cllve tho common scolds of tho Dem
ocracy, the vlllliers and del'aiuern, a
Kood ducking next Tuesday. They need
CATHOLIC CHORAL CLUB.
Will Give a Conceit in This City on
A programme constating of thu ".Songs
and Music of Ireland," will be given by
tho Catholic Choral club, of this city,
on the night of Maich 17, 1003. The
Choral club has iu preparation the lie
milem of A'erdl and Creation by Haydn,
each of which will be given later In tho
The chorus consists of eighty of tlm
best slngeis Iu tho city, and have a
studious interest In their work. Tho
next rehearsal will bu held Thursday
evening at S o'clock, In the Knights of
Columbus club house, Washington uu.
NEW MACHINERY COMPANY.
Scranton Man Is the Secretary and
The Wyoming Valley Machinery coin
pany has been organized with J. P,
Itoberts, of WIlkes-Harre, as president,
and l J. O'Malley, of this ctly as
secretary and treasurer.
Ileadqnurteis for the company have
been opened at 121 Market street,
There is an old maxim they tell me
written In every language, and, If It is,
then it represents the uggregate com
mon sense of alt mankind, and I com-
menu mat jiomeiy out maxim to you
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Various Makes of Pianos at All
lL A. HULBERT,
, . 117 Wyoming Avenue
Prices. Old In-
struments Taken in Exchange.
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Take a look at our Fall and Winter line of
Underwear and Gloves
If these Hues are not better than auy other in town,
don't buy thein, but at any rate have a look. Our assort
ment of Underwear is so large, we cannot specify each kind
in this small space. They range in price from 50c to $5,
We have forty different kinds to show you, from the
25c Working Glove, the $1.00 Walking" Glove, to the pure
Otter or Sealskin, including Dent's, Fownes', Perrius',
Tanuert's, also "Rip-Proof" Driving Glove'
. Scranton, Pa.
., 435 to 455
N. tcvciuii st
Old 'i'hone, 3331.
New 'Prions, 2935,
jiau neen in the Held since tho llrst uall It s; 'Let well enough ulone.' J0J111
iui iwi uii me msi uu 01 juiy. i jjuizeil
Tlieia will lie a meeting of the l.ullch'
auxiliary this evening ami full at
tendance Is jeiiuesteil.
A telegram rmnu to KeuMiiaiulo Vin
cutle, yesterday, informing htm of the
death ot his wife, who resided iu Italy.
Ferdlnando will leave for Italy today.
Miss Maud Klateu, of Pittston, Is
visiting Miss Noralle FlUslniiiions.
Pon't oveilook Jordan for senator.
He's a sure winner.
ICdna Kelleum has returned to her
homb in 1'lttston after spending a few
days wtli friends iu town.
309 Lacka. Avenue.
Sole Atfont tor Dr.
412 Spruce Street
Jacjrer's Sanitary Underwear.
When in Need
Of anything In the lino of
optical goods we can supply It.
and Eye Glasses
Properly fitted by nn expert
From $1.00 Up
Also all kinds of prescrip
tion worlc nnd repairing.
Mercereau & Connell,
133 Wyoming Avenue,
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Itooms 1 nnd 3 . .
SCRANTON, PA. .
MINING AND BLASTING "
Utile it Moosic nnd lluikdjle Worli
Lafltn & Rand Powder Co.'s
ORANGE GUN POWDER!
UUv'UIC Hilteilc, Llcctrla Eiplcderj, L'x-
pluUInj lllisti. Safety Fu.c.
REPAUNO CHEMICAL CO.'S
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