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In these these days of strikes Itrik
fortune fort fortunemaking making ktnl to the average aera man manslow is islow Ie810w
slow low indeed I but to the th man bora wl wlluck with withluok withluok
luok neither time place treat treatatrtks or orstrike orstrikoem
strike strikoem Mines anlesj 1 The gekl fickle lick Ie godde goddefall godd 101I11taU M Mfalls
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falls taU Into his hi arms
bUM It money DIone Is I bllse bU bile and it appears appearsto appearto appea appeato
to be coveted M suchTake such suchTake uch uchTake
Take for instance the ca ass e of ofManchsster a aManchester aManchter
Manchester cotton spinner who had hadworekdk hadworekdk hu huworekdk
worekdk heard for yearakkkkkkkflworked yearakkkkkkkfil yearakkkkkkkfilworked yearskkkkkkkmworked
worked hard far years for 30 shilling shillinga
a week He had the misfortune or orday one oneday onel1ay
day In 1887 to be accidentally aocld ntally poisoned poisonedwith poillonedwIth poisons poisonswith
with aoatlo a etta acid He took it appears appearsenough appoorsenou appearenough
kill three ordinary men y ydid yet yetdid yel111d
enough enou h to
remarkable was the thecase theC8141 tt ttcase
did not not die and BO
doc doctor doctor do dotor ¬
case considered that a wellknown well known
London paper on the thesubject theaubject it itsubject
tor wrote to a
subject The letter was copied into an anAustralian anAWltlll1lfa a aAustralian
Australian journal and there seen b bthe by bythe bythe
brother who had hademigrated hademlpiaed ha haemlgvded
the a4t6 eft Mi spinners
emigrated when young made money moneyand moneyand mane maneand
of his hisfamily hiefamU hl hlfamily
rest
of the
sight
and quit Quite lost l t
famU family He came back to England Englandlooked Dnglandlook Englanilookwl
brother and when he hedied hedied b bdied
look looked up his hi
18000 U8000II 18000Her 18000here
died iMt year r left him
instance of what at atflrat atflrat a afirst
here Her II Is another
disaster resulting In Inmoney InmODI I Imoney
flrat appeared a
Henry George the thewriter thewriter th thwriter
mODI money and fame
and Poverty waa waasent wa waaent wesent
writer of Progress pNlgr
sent to Ireland during the Fenian ag agttion agi agitation agltaUon ¬
correspondent ofNew of a aNew aNew
tation M a special
At that time tlm George Georgewas OtMIrlewu Ceorgwas
per
New Yerk Y paper
anunkaovm an unknown man and his book bookequally bookequaU bool boolequally
was although it had been putIlebed pub published pubItlhed ¬
equally SKI
years Hardly had hadthe hadtbe ha hathe
lished for several
ndent landed before h hwas he hewas hewa
the correspondent corrllp
at Loughrea as a suspect suspectand luepeetand auepec auepecand
arrested
was wa
and lodged IlKI ed in Jail JailHe j1llie fallIle
He was released filJea d next day but no nobefore not notbefore notbefore
before hU 1I1Ji8 flame 1e was in all the tbepapera tbepaperaWithout paperWithout papers papersWithout
Without delay he 1e brought out a new newerty newcheap net netcheap
cheap 1tt1t10fl sf Progress ProJre and Pov Povertr Poverty
London The Times Tim gave m mwhole a awhole awbole
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erty It and the entire edl edition edltlon edlttoa ¬
whole pep pe e to
tion went off in 14 hours Its authorcleared author authorcleared authorcleared
cleared thousands and became the themoat the themost tbemOltt
most talked of man of the year yearA yearA yearA
brought fortune to r rParlnlaa a aParis aPari
A mouse Hunt aunt
woman named Jac Jacques Jacquel Jaeques ¬
Pari Parlnlaa Paris mark market mar
She espied ttI the tiny creature crt un under uader under ¬
ques when whenshe WI1M1IIhe whenshe
but
der the grate te In her her lodgings
she tried to catch it it disappeared in inn Ina ina
a crack of the brickwork She pulled pulledaway pulledawaya pulledaway
brick when suddenly luddenl out outtumbled outtumbled out outtumbled
away awaya a noose
tumbled a bundle pdle of dusty papers papersThey pa papersThey n nTbey
They proved p ed to he bank notes not to thevalue the thevalue tbevalue I
value of ilMO 180 Dr r French law she shemay abemay shemay I
may claim the tb whole amount In a ayears aearl a ayears
one else can prove atitle a atitle atitle
years earl time It no
title Seeing llIr that the notes are many manyyears manyea manyyears
that thatanyone thatanyone thatanyone
is very Improbable
years ea old it
anyone will ever er make a claimometlmee claim claimSomettnee claimSCmetu
Somettnee SCmetu It is I a dead hand that thatdowers tbatdowerl thatdowers
with unexpected mil millions mil1I0nl mlllion ¬
dowers a pauper
lions lion Henry Hawthorne was w in 184 184a I
a boy of 18 He was bathing batlil g in the theea theae thesea I
Kentish village when he hesaw heaw hemw I
ae sea ea near a
saw aw a small sailing lUnr boat nearly a mileout mile mileout mileout I
out suddenly upset flinging 1inging I 8g on his hisclothes hi hisclothes
clothes he Jumped jUlnpe < 1 Into Sis boat bo < < t which whichwas whlcbViSI whichwas I
was pulled up on the beach launched launchedit I
it and went to the rescue A woman womanwas womanwal womenwas
was still It III clinging to the papelsed pelHd oraft oraftHe oraftJle craftMe
He pulled her In amJearen llI her 1I1IlIt 1I1IlItAftArward life lifeAfterward lifeAfterward
Afterward he feiHhHeve tell 1Wieiie Shi Itwe with her herand htrRnd herand
and asked her to starry I ur him She was wasa wasa waaa I
a widow bat die fiftwed Ht saying she sheImd akeJlad sheland I
land promised proml her dead 11 husband never
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to Ataljr again IN hL I the begg begsXto MII f1 l4IirfEe JI JIaccept Jla Jlat
irtW > ip accept a portion of c htOM he bet In Inenma In1IfJe
OM enma M f ehep ahe hejwIQ IQ 11 she Ite had mere mer n nThan nfetley nfetleyttian U1
Than < ihe could spend p nd Iawtdtorsfused Hawthorn re refueed refUMII
fused went to America and enlisted enlistedIn enUltedIII eel eelIn
In the United States 8ta Army ArmyHe Annrlie ArmyHe
He served in the Civil War inwas in 1884 1884was 1S 1SWal
was mustered out and has b for foryears some someyears
years been an inmate of a Midlers Midlershome IOldlellbome soli solihome
home A few months ago he rea reaword received receivedword cetetl cetetlword
word that the lady he had saved savedly near nearly nea
ly 47 yeans before was dead and andleft had hadleft hadleft
left him owner of nearly 1100 1100year 80000 a ayear ayear
year Including estates In France Fran FranceWest the theWest I1leWNt
West Indies Indl England and Austria AustriaMines AUltrlaMln Austriabanes
Mines Mln have given many men sudden suddenfortunes Ituddenfortunlll eu eufortunes
fortunes but only as a rule after afteryears long longyears longyearl
years of toll Few have the luck luc lucGeorge of ofGeorge ofOeorge
George I Cormican an Irish team teamwho teamster teamsterwho teamlterwho
who came to America some three years yearsago YOOfS YOOfSago y yago
ago I and got work on a cattle rant rantMontana rancfi In InMontana InMontano
Montana He was coming acrossplains across the theplains theplains
plains with his wagon one day last las lastumn au autumn autumn ¬
tumn when he stopped to give his tired tiredmules Uredmul111 I Imules
mules a few minutes rest restSuddenly restSudllenly restSuddenly
Suddenly he noticed a badger badgerappear dis disappear dllappear ¬
appear Into a hollow under a bank banknear banknr 1 1near
near the road Then he noticed a ablue some someblue 101I1eblue
blue stones tonlll lying at the mouth ofhole of the thehole thebole
hole He picked up a II few and andthem took tookthem tooktbem
them home They proved to be beeapptuIree blue bluesapphires blueappblrM
sapphires equal to the very finest finestoriental finestoriental II IIoriental
oriental stones Cormicans chance chanceflnd chancennd chi chifind
find has ha made him a rich man already alreadyand alreadYand alre alreand
and he will probably be a millionaire millionairewithin millionairewithin million millionwithin
within a very few years yearsAlmost yearsAlmost ea eaAlMost
Almost equally startling was the theof rise riseof rilleof
of Maxlmllllan Rarun r0 0 years ago ai aiclerk n nclerk aclerk
clerk In the city of Mexico on 111 111year flllO 180 a ayear aiI
year iI r He saved a little from his hl small smallsalary amallulary cc ccsalary
salary and went into business bulln as a amoney a amoney amoney
money lender Taking over a m mpoeedly sup suppoeedly up uppoeedly <
poeedly worthless worthl mine for a bad debt debthe debthe d dae
he ae tested the working workh and discovered discoveredtbe I1llOOVlrtdthe diecove diecovehe
the he great t HI Promentario silver lead leadwhich leadwhich h hwhich
which gives It him the comfortabletome comfortable in income Inoome ¬
come of 110000 a year yearThe yearIke r rThe
The Fertilizing Company Companyand COJIIUUI COJIIUUInnc1 Conlpuand
and the Police PoliceLocally lollccLocally PolleeLocally
Locally we have touched upon upondanger the thedanger thedanger
danger of rotten garbage and decaying decayingvegetable decaylnteptable decay decayegetablo
vegetable matter to the health of ofsty the thecity tbeclly
city and to the Inconvenience and dis disgust 111 111gult t trust ¬
gust rust of the householder There is I Isrest as asgreat aegreat
great rest a grievance however and eqt eqty equal equally equalIy ¬
ly y dangerous to health In the matter matterof matterot mat matf
of f dead animals anlmallhclMll horses hogs do doto doge dogeetc dOlite
etc te which remain until the tertllf tertllfompanys fertilizer fertilizercompanys tertlllHrcompan
companys compan wagons are ready to remove removethe remoyethe rem remhe
the he carlon Lately a species of relief reliefhas reliefbaa red redas
has as been afforded in this particular particularmore particularmore partlcul partlculWore
more Wore objectionable even than tbe on onnal orig original orlglnal ¬
inal nal neglect Inasmuch as It entails entailsneedless entalleneedl enta entaendless
needless needl suffering to poor dumb brutes brutescompelled brnt811compelled bra braompelled
compelled to live In agony until untilerttliser the thefertiliser theferUU
fertiliser ferUU er companys horse and wagon wagonarrives walIOnarrh wee weerrives
arrives arrh on the scene when the auln aulnI animal animalIs animalII
Is I put out of Its miser miserOur JDlllerOur misery miseryOur
Our attention was attracted attract to t1 t1have this thisphase tbllpUN
phase have of the matter recently recet1t1 by ace a po police p0lice ¬
lice ce officer who absolutely refused refusedkoot to toshoot toIoot
shoot koot a suffering lufrerln horse ko at the requ requr request requestof
of r its owner until he could summonto summon on onthe onthe
the to ground roup the fertiliser companys companysvehicle companylhlole oompan oompandhicle
vehicle dhicle hlole to take away a the remains remainsQuestioning remainQUlltlonlnl remati rematiuetioning
Questioning uetioning the officer on the strange strangeness strap strapes trllp trllpn ¬
ness n es of his hi conduct in permitting rmltUog the thehorse thehOrN t tarcs
horse arcs to suffer Instead of puttingat putting It Itout Itout
out at of its U misery at once he replied repliedthat replle4tbat repll replltat
that tat if he shot the horse before the thefertiliser thefertlUar t trtlllxer
fertiliser rtlllxer companys wagon arrive arrivemine arrived arrivedsome arrivedIIOme
t ttad the thedead thedead
some mine outside party would purchase
dead tad animal and remove It ItWe ItWe it1Ve
We pressed pre ed for no further informron Informa Information Infonnatlon ¬
tion on from this intelligent and subsi subsidized sub subzed 1 1dlzed ¬
dized zed source but we this morning morningpublicly morningpublicly mornln mornlnibllcly
publicly ibllcly direct the attention of the theDistrict theDI ti tilatrict
District DI ltrlct Commissioners to the matter matterand matterand mutt muttid
and id request an answer to the public publicat pUblicat publ publlarge
at large whether they or the fertlilampany fertlllaer fertlllaercompany ferUIIHrcompany
company mpany Issued such orders orde to the of officers oftlcen c cera ¬
ficers era on beats beatsMajor beat beatMajor beatsMajor
Major Sylvester the head of the P Pe Po Police Police ¬
lice e Department II certainly too Intel Intelligent InlelIIgent into intotent ¬
ligent tent and too honest a man we e have havea hat hatright
a right to believe to Imagine that 1 1uld he hewould Jlewould
would uld issue spy y such nch a stupid sinister sinisterand Ilnlllerand einistc einistcd
and d asinine order as I this officer claim claimed claimed clainto ¬
ed to have The question lies between betweenthe betweenthe betweee
the e Commissioners and the fertlllncmpany fertiliser fertilisercompany fertlllNroompauy
company mpany If the latter has presumed presumedto prespme prespmesub
to subsidise sub sidlee the police the tb publlo wants wantsto wantlto weal wealknow
to know It and If the Commleslonetvs Commissioners Commissionershave Commlulonelflbave
have vs Issued any such an order TL TLobe The TbeGlobe TheGlobe
Globe obe respectfully calls up the Society Societyfor Soclelyfor Societ Societthe
for the Prevention of Cruelty to Ani Animals Animall An Anits ¬
mall its to do Its duty In the premisesrust premises premisesMust preml premlMUlt
Must rust poor dumb brutes brut then be bekept bekept L LPt
kept Pt In misery for hours hou and even evendays evendaYI eve eveye
days ye despite their owners prateduet protest protestagainst proteltaplnat
against duet such sufferings Iullferln that the fer fertilizer fertlUHr lei leiIzer ¬
tilizer Izer company In which the pious piousStar pioulStar plou plouur
Star ur Is a heavy stockholder may be beon beon b bhand
on hand to confiscate the remains remainswben remaloawben remain remainen
wben en the animal Is I finally despatched despatchedby dtchtllby despatcheen
by an obsequious or r subsidised polioter police policeofficer policeoftlcer
officer officertrill oftlcerII ter terglil
trill II III the Society Joel for the th Prevention Preventionof PreventloCruelty
of Cruelty Ornelt te Animals look Into this thismatter till tillmatter ltdtier
matter tier The Globe Olob Is ready to furniadance furnish furnishevidence furnIIevidence
evidence dance In one ease at leastEunuN least leastKVIIIIHM
KVIIIIHM J nnH HmiipiihitloiiH HmiipiihitloiiHUnder 171111lislllittlonursllr 2l8nlmlItionH 2l8nlmlItionHUJKler
Under rsllr the lIe new law or rather the theamended thealoelllletl th thended
amended ended law passed at the last aessiolCongress seaslon seaslonof Ion IonI Ionof
of Congress CoIlIre 8 regulating the allowanepensions allowance allowanceof
of pension under the act of June 27
1890 0 II Clay Cia Kvan In order to det de defeat d dfat ¬
feat t the Intent of said Id law had preeel pre prepared pr prpared ¬
pared eel and Issued to the Examining ExaminingSurgeons JCxamlnlngSurgeone Examinlnlgoons
Surgeons goons throughout the United State Stater States Statesnew StatNnew
new r rules rul directing dlrectln < < that all disabil disabilities dlbllIU diwbile ¬
ities IU e found f unil OB otllltiilical medical examination on onorders onorde or orere
orders orde ere marked lit act June 27 1890 1890should 1890Ilumld 1880uld
should uld be rated not separately paratel aa has hasalways b1I hamaye
always aln aye been the practice but as a awhole aI a ale
whole > le The maximum allowance un under unmid In InI ¬
der said act hi I but JM 12 They Theyso Th ThI Theyate
so rate ate the combined disabilities dlbUlII knowthat know knowIng kIIowling
I
ling Ing that the applicant can receive no nomore 80I nce
more e The certificate goes to the theclaim tbeI theis
claim is and tinder additional metricI metric Instructions lnatruclIonl ¬
tions I governing the medical examiner examinerand examillenand examinersreviewers
and reviewers In the office the rate ratecut I Icut la lain
cut In half and the claimant allowed allowedbut allowldbut allowedf8
but f8 6 Instead of tile 12 to which en entitled enI end ¬
titled d and provided by acts of Con Conto ConI Cona
gr a 10 the McKinley Admlnlotra Admlnlotral AdlaltraI
l tlon lom of the Pension Bureau through
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tbs tI vehicle Erans Eta not only defeats defee defeelaws the thelaws tho1awl
laws but robs the soldier and evades evadesthe evadeltbe e ethe
the distribution of the money moneyspriated appro appropriated approprlated ¬
priated Bvans > it is said was W8 wascontributor a fat fatcontributor fateontrlbutor
contributor to the fund that went we wewand to toward towanl ¬
ward paying McKinley out of ofruptcy bank bankruptcy bankruptey ¬
ruptcy therefore McKinley even evenwished If he hewished heWIh8l1
wished to do so can not shake chak chakmole the themole themele
mole that Is blighting his Administra Administration Admlnlstratlon Admir Admirtion ¬
tion and driving the soldier an anfriends and his hisfriends hlafrlenda
friends to looking In other directions directionsIn dire direin
In the hope that Justice may yet y ymeted b bmeted be bemeled
meted out to the countrys defe defeand defenders defendersand defendersand
and their widows and orphans orphansThe orphanslhe orphansTllo
The Great Strike StrikePresident StrlkcPreeldent StrikePresident
President Shaffer ends the week wee weeoldedly de decidedly decll1edly ¬
cidedly In the lead of the hither hithervinclble hitherto in invincible Invincible ¬
vincible Plerpont Morgan The r rle strike strikeIs
Is spreading nnd tho fainthe faintheamong fainthearted faintheartedamong falntheartedamong
among the labor element Is taking takingheart takinghoort I Iheart
heart It needs but a II ringing der derlion declara declaration dcclaraUon ¬
lion from Sampel Gompors that tha thaFederation the theFederation tbeFederation
Federation of Labor has enlisted enlistedpurse enlistedpurse end endpurse
purse and men for the war to bring bringthe bringtbe I Ithe
the great steel barons to their their1vi11 feet feetWill feetwm
Will he do It 1t1 This la the opportunity opportunityof opporb opporbof
of Mr Gompers life and the sureto sure road roadto roadto
to win every trade and labor union unh unhAmerica in inAmerica InAmerica
America Into the Federation of Labor LaborOn LobarOn L Lon
On the other hand this sagas sagaslender sagacious sagaciousleader agaclolaleader
leader hag confronting him a grave graveproblem graveproblem 8 8problem
problem viz the risk and prestige prestit prestithis of ofhis otbls
his formidable organization anduncertainly and the theuncertainty
uncertainty of victory lie has to toeulate cal calculate ¬
culate not only the resources re ourcea of ofomnmon the thecommon tbecommon
common enemy the steel barons baronthe but butthe
the Backsliding of the men at aturge the thoforge theforlo
forge urge Evidence of their weakness weaknessMau has hasbeen haebHu
been Mau exhibited In Chicago and treach treachery treacbery tre trery ¬
easily traced ae the road roadways roadwa1 r rveyc ¬
ery > ry can be as
ways wa1 from the Roman forum Jo Jofleet 0 the themost
most distant territories terrltorl Its armsonquered arms arm I had hadconquered
conquered Therefore Gompers Compererally nat naturally naturally ¬
to launch the thunders thundersof thum thumd
urally rally pauses
of d the Federation Into the arena where wherelabor wherelabor wl wlabor
labor is struggling for life or for prin principal prlnclpal p pipal ¬
cipal ipal which Is as dear as life Itself Itsel Itselhe to tothe totle
the tle he union man Our undivided syn synhiss sympa sympathies Iymplthl81 ¬
thies hiss are of course with Shaffer Shafferda anil anilhis nit nithi
their theiropponents tllelropponen tl tlppoaeats
his hi da men They are the people
opponents opponen are the aristocratswealth aristocrats of ofwealth ofwealth
wealth the combination which made madeIt madeIt m mt
It t possible poe lble for a naturalized Scotchman Scotchmanto Scotcha Scotchatake
to take with him to Burope over 100
created m merned and andearned andearned
money labor
000000 00000 > of the
earned In blogd and sweat and toll tollThe tollThe tollThe
The moet Inspiring and l1d yet pathetic patheticthing patbetlcthing palhc palhcking
thing king In this whole strike occurred occurredlast occurredlut occur occuruet
last uet week when the boys brave lit litIda little littlelads littlelade
lads Ida struck and caused the mills then thenrunning thenrunning tl tlinning
running to close down The mothers mothersof molherof moth mothr
of r these lads should not be leftsnt left to towant towant
want snt They have raised rllllilK them with withthe Withthe w wto
the to true American spirit and defiance defianceot deftqnC1lof delia deliar
and oppressors We have havealways havealway hi hisways
ot r tyrants tyran
always sways opposed strikes before they theytook theytook tl tlck
Ineffectual or at least leastafterthought lea le letertitouglmt t taftertboullit
took ck place aa a
afterthought attempts at redress redr redressive We Wehave Wehave
have ive advocated the votingbooth voting booth as the theplace theplace I Ilace
obtl obtlu obtain obtainthe obtanthe
place lace where wl re the tb oppressed can
the u speediest and most complete j jc Jus JusI jllltlCIS
I tlce c American toilers alone of the theworlds theworld I Iorida
worlds world orida wageearners have this priv priviifurn privIlqft pr prurn
iifurn urn thin means mMm of redress We have havehowever h ha hawaver ye yeJlowever
however waver invariably supported the thestrike theItrlke I Irike
strike rike wh when n it took place on the theground t I Iound e eround
ground round that the toller has had hellreed hilI it itforced Itforeed
forced reed en him by b conditions created createdby cr8li1f4by cleat cleatr
by r capital If the wageearner wage esruer wouli woulivote woullJvote won wonhe
vote he at each and every election In n any anything anytblng at atIng
thing Ing like an organized mass and turn turned turned tut tutout ¬
ed out the party In power no matter matterwhat matterwhat matt mattkat
what kat Its name might be and substi substituted slllllltl slllllltltuted subs substed ¬
tuted ted the other side politicians would wouldsoon woulllOon won wonon
soon on be falling over each other to ob obI obey obeyIts obeyIt
Its It I behests betle tll It Is e a simple plan but butd jt jtwnl Itwill
will d be found moro effective than m me all allthe allthe
the e strikes ot the oppressed oppre ed from Spar Spartacus Spartacus Spa Spacus
tacus cus to Shatter ShafferTIio Sharrerrhc ShatterTime
Time IIoiiNO of MoUauiie MoUauiieThe iloaiaJrllcThe 72o1 fugue fuguerho
The brilliant young Virginian cap captured captured oc ocred ¬
tured red first flr t place on the Old Domtnlikit Dominion Dominionticket DominionUcket
We Wecarefully Wecarefully V Vrefully
ticket kit Thursday last hands down
carefully refully read the Stars Star long and ex exhaustive exhaulUve e eustive ¬
haustive ustive account ot the convention conventionbut convenUonbul conventlot
but t could nowhere find the word wordDemocratic wordDtlmocratlc wo woemocratie
Democratic If we had not known knownthat knownthat know knowit
that it the rockribbed Democracy of the theMother tbeMoUler tl tltimer
Mother timer of States was In convention conventionassembled convenUenrobl1 conventicembiL
assembled robl1 we would be In lgnora Ignorante Ignoranteas u uto
as to the name ot the party holUIng holUIngthe holUlngthe holUlr
the 1 convention We rise to ask Is l the thename thlname ti tiare
name are Democracy tabooed In tl tlIre the tbeStars theItara
Stars Ire columns It Its account reminded remindedus remindtof
the Colum Columbus ColumbUI Colur ColurI ¬
us u of a famous reporter on
bus I Evening Despatch who wrote wroteumn a acolumn acolumn
column umn and a half hairraining halr raiing account accountot aooountof accent accenta
ot a murder and left the name of tb tbrdered the themurdered themurder8l1
murdered rdered man entirely out of the ar artlele a aUele aIowever
tlele tleleHowever However we do believe that If our ourneighbor ournelih oil oilghbor
neighbor nelih ghbor bor across the street Issued issuedilk a ablank ablank
blank ilk sheet the citizens of Washing Washington Washington Washlnlwould ¬
ton would purchase It Just the samey same sameAny 8meAny
Any y old thing is good enough for its itscolumns Itseolnml1l it itnuns
columns columnsThe eolnml1lThe nuns nunshe
The he nomination of AttorneyDeaerantague AttorneyGeneral AttorneyGeneralMontague AttorneGeaeralMot1talue
Montague ntague to the Gubernatorial Oubernat rlal office officewa emcewu eflio eflios
wa wu s anticipated days nay weeks be before betore be bee ¬
fore e the convention This paper pre predicted PI PIdlcted pn pnfed ¬
dicted fed his triumph of Thursday laet laetsix lutIIIx lee leeweeks
six weeks ago He was the logical logicalcandidate logicalcandidate loglosdidate
candidate didate of the convention and of the thesplendid theIplenllld th thmdid
splendid mdid Democracy of Old Virginia VirginiaHe VirginialIe Virginiais
He is I a remarkably brilliant man and andpeer andpeen an anr
peer r It with the brainiest above or orbelow orbelow o ow
below w the Mason uon ft a Dixon line That Thathe Thathe The Thewill
he will be a worthy mieeeseor rmeee or to th thI the thelong thelone
long I and distinguished line of Virgin Virginians Virginlanl VirginI ¬
ians I who preceded him In the Guber Gubernatorial Ou Cuberirlel r rutorlal ¬
natorial irlel chair we have not the slightduubt slight slightest IlIghtt
est t duubt His JII character for probity probityand probityad probitthonor
and honor is unimpeachable he Is a atnte atnle c cI
tnte I son of the chivalrous chlall < < lu State that thatgave thatve the theS
gave ve S him birth and a II worthy scion of ofHouse of ofthe ofthe
the House ot Montague which has ever everbeen everMe
been Me 1 conspicuous for It Its loyalty amtotism and andpatriotism udpatrloUlm
patriotism totism to the State which it was wastheir waaUlltlr wanr
their r pride to suffer for and to serveis serve serveHis rYe rYeHlI
His is runningmate running mate on the ticket de deserved derved deed ¬
served rved ed richly the honor conferred o nferred It ItIs ItI Itaplwdki
Is I a splendid ticket from head to tallemmeeds tall talland tallald
and eowwanU net alone the undivided undividedsupport lit rndUviddort > > llVlded llVlded8upport
support ort of the Virginia Democracy Democracybut Demoeraeybul Democracythe
but the respect and confidence of allhead all allThe allTbe
The head of the ticket ha h baa made a amagnificent ailnlfl atifoent
magnificent ilnlfl tifoent ent record as the highest law lawofficer lawotn lawr
officer otn er r of the commonwealth and that thathe twithe
he will 111 equally distinguish himself in Inf ine ind
e
d
f 1iI1
the Gubernatorial chair all nrliB rvhehis know knowhi knowhll
hi his superior attainment snafupredict snafu IOHftdently IOHftdentlyPflltOt > nUy nUypredict
predict We congratulate the sl slDemocracy sterling sterlingDemocracy lerlln lerllnDlmooral
Dlmooral Democracy of Virginia on It its itsand ticket ticketand ticketand
and platform and patiently awe awesure await the thesure tbelure
sure and Increased majority It will w wceive re receive reeeh ¬
ceive eeh at their hands handsAddenda handchlen handstddcndal
Addenda AddendaSlneo tddcndalSince chlen chlenSinlo
Since the article on garbage appe appeon appearing appearingon
on the first page was put p t In InThe type typeThe typeThe
The Globe ha 11 lies ascertained that thattutor Au Auditor Audltor ¬
tutor Pelty has held up the pay of c cWashington the theWashington lheWaehlngton
Washington Fertilizer Company CompanyPelty Mr MrPelty Mrle1ly
Pelty appears to be an official om officiallooks alaI who wholooks wholooks
looks after the Interests of the people peopleand peoploand p pand
and the health of the community communityFertilizer The TheFertilizer TboFertilizer
Fertilizer people keep the garbage garbagethey etc etcthey etcthey
they do collect two or three days da datheir at attholr attholr
tholr depot Now Jerey avenue avenueK and andK andK
K street N W then ship it downriver down the theriver theriver
river but are unable to consume consun consunso It Itso Itso
so they bury what they cant consume consumeto consumeto cone coneto
to the Injury probably ot the pi piliving people peopleliving peopleliving
living along the river front frontA frontA frontA
A Good Suggestion SuggestionWashington SU22tsilonWallbtngton SuggestionWashington
Washington Aug 11 1901 1901BUITOK 1901Eunoll lilt liltEultmi
BUITOK Strihuv iuw OIOIIB OrounThe OIOIIBThe OrolllTbe
The Republican fraud known amDistrict as the tbeDistrict theI
I District government Is repugnant repugnan repugnannil to toall toall
all honest fairminded falr mindod people peo le 1 1responsible It Is Isresponsible IIresponsible
responsible to nobody but the bene beneflclarle beneficlarle b blclarlen
flclarle of Its wrongs But would would3oses Mr MrRoses MrI MrRosel
I
Roses proposition Increase It its deal dealmlbillty deepen deepenslblllty deeponIllIntty
slblllty to the people of the city elt cityhe It Itthe Ifthe
the he Congress Congr must continue to legis legislate Ieglllate 1e 1eSt ¬
late St and the U S court adjudic adjudichen adjudicate adjudicatethen adJudicatethen
then hen one Commissioner or Mayor Mayoiufkelent Is Issufficient I Iluftlclent
sufficient and it does not matter m mtorn much muchfrom mucl1I
I from torn whence he Is appointedvhy appointed But Dutwhy ButI
I why vhy can not the people of the capital capitalrule capitalrule cap capule
rule ule themselves Because Deoau the thenodel old oldmodel oldmodel
model of the American city gore gorevent govern government IOvernment ¬
ment vent that took no notice of inetltu inetltutlon InlUtntlon Inst InstIons
tlon Ions wa was tried and with negro voting votingfailed votingtalltd volt voltailed
failed ailed I Is no argument that free tr g gralnent gov government 10VerRIItIlt ¬
ernment even n with wft negroes Is a fail failure taUUN f fn ¬
ure n For who can prove it wa wu not notplltl no noart a apart
part art of the Federalist Whig Black BlackRepublican Dlac DlacRepubllcaa ills illsepublian
Republican program to enfranchise enfranchisethe enfrancl1llitbe entrench entrenchme
the me blacks to make all celt selfgovernment selfgovernmentimpracticable eltovernmntImpractl governm governmnpraetiable
impracticable Impractl able1 At least history shows showsno Ihowsno she sheo
no o Republican effort to make univer universal unlversal univ univIl ¬
sal Il suffrage suffra including Includln negro I rl sufraf sufrafractiable suffrage suffragepracticable lrr ltI ltIpraotlcable
practicable although althou b by universal suf suffrage suffrage e eage ¬
frage age was the t e only nl way wa tq make a g gnment goy government goyernment ¬
ernment nment of the people 1 > for the poor poorid people peopleand peopleand
and id by the people the Republican Republicanshibboleth RepublicanIbtbboleth Republic Republicdbboleth
shibboleth In time of weakness weekn weaknessat In Infact 111fact
fact at Mr Roees scheme seems to be beReplblloali b bepublian a aRepublican
Republican plan how not to do what whatyou whatyou wk wknt
you nt would wake people believe you youare younle y ye
are e disposed dlllJlOll fl tq do doto to establish fr frit free freefair freofair
fair it and responsible res onsible government Does Doesanybody Doesanybody Dc Dcmybody
anybody mybody Imagine as long as outsiders outsidersrule outaldersnile outside outsidede
rule de Washington that the District will willbe wHlbe w wgoverned
be governed right If the city gqvern gqvernment gqvernment ggvem ggvement
ment ent of the capital Is to become re responsible reo reoIpQfIlble i ionsible ¬
sponsible onsible It t must be iii ruled from the theinside theIllaide t tside
inside side Selt Selfgovernment government Is the only onlyguarantee onlyguarant on onarantse
guarantee guarant arantse the city or eitlen can la lar have havefor Itavefor
for r order protection and fair treat treatment treatment tram tramsat ¬
ment mentI sat satI
I suggest that the government of ti tistrict the theDistrict theDlltrlct
District strict of Columbia be placed in the thehand tbeha ti tiads
hand ha ads dl of a a city C ly assembly mblyc made up uppresentatives of ofrepresentatives ofreflrntatl
representatives reflrntatl of the th people organ organized orpnbell orgy orgyxl ¬
bell xl Into two houses bou and the adminis administration admlnlltratlon adminlthan ¬
tration than be placed In the hands of ofIysr a ampyar amiYGr
mpyar Iysr elected by a majority of n nhers all allvqters allvQters
vqters hers for qr five years advised and andcontrolled anllcontrl1ed at atstrolled
controlled strolled by a council of four men menselected menselected me meected
selected ected from the majority faction c crty or orparty orparty
party rty in n the lower house of the as assembly nssombl a aably ¬
sombl sembly ably ttio council to hold tho direc direction dlrectlon dire diren ¬
tion n of the administration as long asulrols as It Itcontrols ItI
controls ulrols the support of a majority of ofthe ofthe m mPRoplpa
I the peoples representative in both bothhouses bolhI hot hotuee
I houses uee I suggest to make the assettrply asset assembly aBll8 1 1bly ¬
bly truly representative of the peep peepthey people peopleas
as they live Iq n 1011 soplety ty r that the Dis District DIItrlct Dl Dlit ¬
trict it be divided into twentyfive twenty five divis divisions dlvlllonll divi divia ¬
ions a each ea division containing about aboutUOOO aboc
12000 00 people and each division be re required r rqulred p pred ¬
quired red to elect ect and seat t a delegate to tothe 10the I Ilower
the lower house of the assembly every everyman everyman ever evern
man n a bona fide citizen eUMn the head hed qf qfa Qta a aamily
a family famiy or capable cpable of being Ing such IUlb vat voting vatIng voland ¬
ing and that tit the divisions known kDwn as asNortheast aeNorthet a artheat
Northeast Northet rtheat Northwest Southeasttttweet Southeast SoutheastSouthwest sutbet sutbetOtt
Southwest Ott ttttweet wlt oli oN Georgetown the t e county countyWest cunty cuntyWeat count countet
West et of North Capitol Cpitol Capitol street Itret and the thecounty thecounty tim timmy
county my Butt B of the same me street trl earl earlith each eachwth ech echi
i wth wih ith two senator aalOf from the city ciY at atlarge atlarle a ale
large le be b required rulr to elect elet and send sendresentative nd a arepresentative a areplentaU
representative replentaU resentative to t the city cly senate anate every everyman everyman ever evern
man n the head bId of a family famiy pr capable cpble of ofbeing 0 0rig t tbing
being bing rig such and paying pying taxes tax on at atleast atIellet a ait
least it 1500 100 800 worth of real nl or 01 persona personaparty personal personalproperty personalprOpelt
property party voting votng With such a 1 govern government lover loverment governit ¬
ment it In which all al are represented representedlegislating reprente representedslating
legislating slating adjudicating Idjudlcatng through In Inferior Infertor inor ¬
ferior or courts ourts of Us ts own creation and andexecuting ane am amouting
executing executng outing Its awn rules rul and decreesry decrees decreesevery er ereyery
every ry citizen elU en might ml ht have some Ime say lY In Inthe Intbe h hgovernment
the government gyrn nt under lll which whch he e lives livesHB Iv livesvote
HB 111 vote woujd wOlll1 be some 1 guarantee aantee of ofrights of ofhis ofhll
his rights U W Q GWhen QWben Qrhea
When rhea General Braxton Bragg com commanded 8m 8mmanded corncoded ¬
manded coded the Army of the Tennessee Tennesseeone Tenne Tenneone Tennesseeday
one day while whie on the march he cudly cud suddenly Iud Iuddenly ¬
denly ly came upon upn one of the ragged raggedbutternut rgged rggedbutternut raggedsmut
butternut smut fraternity who was Just jult then thenbusily thenbUI11 thenly
busily bUI11 ly engaged in plundering a gar garden gr grden garThe ¬
den The General drew drw up and in that thatclear thatclear thatr
clear r ringing voice voo which once heard heardon hlArdon heardhe
on the he field fel of battle btte Is not D t readily rediy for forgotten for forgoUen foran ¬
gotten an called out To o what command commanddo commanddo
do you OU belong Butternut Dutemut was WI caughtseognlzed caught caughthe cuht cuhthe
he recognized recognla the tl general nerl and he le knew knewthe knewthe knewman
the man he had to deal d81 with Assuma Assum Assuming Alum AlumIng ¬
ing a a green rren gawky pk manner he answerI answer answered alwer alwered
ed as I follows blister IIr I did alI belong to toMr toMr toBragge
Mr Braggs company compn but he shot 11ot all allbutrae al allmet
butrae butraeThis butmeThll met metde
This de was a 11U1 11 little too t much and draw drawIng drawIng drawmis
Ing his mis hat over htaays h and a111 compress compressing ol compresshis re relag ¬
lag hi his lips 11 the gltisral erl rode on endthe and andleft ald aldlef
left lef the last man of his hi company empafy to tolive tolve toe
live lve
One e of the eaddett dllt and an most vexatrials vexa vexatious ve vetou ¬
tious tou trials trial that can cn come cme to a girlshe girl girlwhen girlwben
when she marries marti I is that she his ht to todischarge todlahrg tourge
discharge dlahrg urge her mother Jotl1er and depend depnd upon upona uponrant
a servant aervant rant
P PLITJcAk tIIC L TAKS TAKSlon
Hou lon James L Norris on Ol the thePlatform Ohio OhioPlatform OhioPlatform
Platform PlatformSILVER PlatformSilVER PlatformSILVER
SILVER A DEAD ISSUE ISSUEHon ISSUEHon ISSUEHon
Hon Horace L L Chapman Ei EiCandldste Candldale f ferne for GDI GDIernor GOIernor
ernor Indorses Indors the Democrat Democralo Staleof Stale Ticket Ticketof Tlckl Tlcklof
of Ohio and Predicts Victor Victory In Nolol NololMr Noiember NoiemberMr Normbr NormbrMr
Mr Norris Horls Defines Delnes His Democracj OemooraolUsual Demoorol In His HisUsual HisUsual
Usual Clear Cer Mannerlion Manner MannerHon MannerHon
Hon James Jame L I Norris Norra the District Districtmember Dltrlct Dltrlctmember Dl Dlmember
member of the National Committee Committeeunrecognized Commitee Commiteeunrecognlzel1 Comm Communrecognized
unrecognized by Chairman Jonechug Jones Jone be being beIng ¬
ing asked his opinion on the Ohio Ohioform plat platform ¬ I
form promptly aa will wi be seen soonproved ap approved approve ¬
proved prove the same sameI smo smoI
I have read rd the platform platorm platformthrough clear clearthrough cer certhrough
through and I can en not see how anyone anyoneclaiming anyonoclahnlng an anclaiming
claiming to be a Democrat can canany on find findany findany
any objections to Its It planks planksHow planksHow plankshow
How about the omission ontlelO or rather ratherthe rtber rtberthe re rethe
the Ignoring of the Kansas Kan e City Ciy Cityform plat platform platform ¬
form formWell
Well Veii the Ohio platform platorm doesnt 110e doeen doeenpudiate nt re repudiate reo reopul1late ¬
pudiate the Kansas Ianss City or any other othernational othernational a anational
national Democratic Democratc platform of 1 1clples prin principles prlnclple ¬
ciples clple It I simply and specific specificstates specifically specificallystates spolfioly spolfiolystates
states the Issues l ues on which the Democ Democracy Demoo DemoorACY Del Delracy ¬
racy will wi contest contet Ohio not the entire entirecountry enUrocountry or orotintry
country with the Republican Republcan part parthat party of ofthat otthat
that hat State Statewell Slateel StaleNell
well el to be more specific speUla Mr Nor Norrls Nor Norrll 1 1Is
rls Is how about the silver issue iaeucThat issueThat lue1That
That sir as Senator lnator Stewart 1 1elf him himself 1m 1mHi ¬
self Hi elf said Id the other day Is no lot lotn longer longeran
an n issue by reason rnon of the tte fact that thatondltlons the theconditions
conditions condltonl which made it such luch suchanger no nolonger 10 10longer I
longer anger exist When the Republican Republicanparty Iepublcaa Iepublcaaprty Itepublt Itepubltarty
party prty arty again creates Oft81 these the oonditit oonditithe conditions conditionsthe cditione cditionethe
the he silver Issue as II you call cn It itome or orsome orIOme
some ome other antagonistic antalnlsUc Issue Ilue totepubltan to the theRepublican theRepublcn
Republican Republcn scheme will wU be launched launchedby launchedby laune launeI
by I the Democratic Democratic party and that Is Isall IIal
all al 11 that any man can n say ay on this thl he heor head headFor beadFor
For or the present vrlnt the free coinage of ofer si siver IU IUver
ver er at 16 to 1 or any other ratio Is ielore no nomore nomore
more lore a Democratic Pemo ratc Issue than the h limi limitation t tutlon ml mltUon ¬
tation tUon utlon of free frl soil 11 statehood Itltehood or O oritension the theextension theexlenlon
extension of slavery slaveryNow elCery elCeryNow slyeryNow
Now MV Mr Norris Noris what would wouldave you youhave YO YObae
have ave The Globe Oob understand unl1ertandt1at understandthat that you youtoo youtoo y yto
too to have gone bock bck on Mr Bjryan Bryari7Mr BjryanMr yant yantMr
Mr Norris laughed and struek strucklghty hjs hjsmighty h hmighy
mighty mighy lghty thighs nervous nenoul fashion and andreplied an anreplied a aiplled
replied repliedGone repliedOone iplled iplledGone
Gone back bacl cm n fiddlesticks MdJestcks 1 1ryan Mr MrBryan MrDryan
Bryan ryan Is a Democrat and I go back backDemocrat on onno onno
no > Democrat who wlo accepts the result resultmmary q qprimary qprimary
primary District Dltrlct State or a National Ntoat NtoatConvention Natto Nattonvention j jConvention
Convention > nvention The Tie trouble with some someof lOmeot so soyou
of you newspaper new ppr men is you Ins InsI InsIst InsUton I Ion
on I substituting lubttutlng an Individual Inl1tvldlal for the theDemocratic theDemocratIc I Ismocratfc
Democratic party rty The party pat is b br big bigger bl bler
ger er r and mightier and stronger It oger th thLI than thanany tJlanany
any LI Individual Indlldua1 It I has buried burle leadc leadcd leaders leadersand leders ledersand
and d Presidents Pr ldent and still stlJlurvlve survives and andas 11 11a a anobody
as a nobody noby can cn take it to the gra grath grave gravewith gvewith
with th him hm so nobody can cn wear It itcmllvel ex exclutttrely I Iaslvely
clutttrely cmllvel aslvely as a necklace necklac or a a 9 > oartpin oartpinwhile PSr6P PSr6Pthe Itpln ItplnwhUe
while the he Is alive alve I ain m an admlrc admlrcdeed admirer admirerIndeed admirerIndeed
Indeed deed I might nay IY a partisan of Mr MrW MrW I IJ
W J Bryans Dryan with whom I have main maintained min mintalned mel melned ¬
tained ned the friendliest and closest clOt p psal per personal Ir IrInal ¬
sonal Inal sal relations I but Mr Bryan Dran himself himselfwould hlmeel htmam htmammid
would mid consider me eccentric IBtrle if I I hi hiconsult had hadto hadto
to consult him or any other Democrat Democrattouching Demoorattouohlng Demoorm Demoormaching
touching aching my acceptance aoeptnce of the flat flatplatform fat fit fitttforni
platform ttforni or principles of a Democratic Democraticconvention DemocraticconvenUon Democrat Democratavention
convention avention before I gave In my adhe adhesion adheslon add addn ¬
sion n to tho same You see me Ie boy boythe boythe be bem
the m convention declared de lar the platforid platform platformand plaUonnlll
and nlll d nil ni good Democrats get on board boardas boardae boa boasoon
as soon as It I is laid down Just as they theyhave theyhave lht lhtve
have ve done In Ohio Maryland at atureday and andThursday nndThuray
Thursday Thuray ureday last In tho Old Od Dominion DominionIs
Is Mr John R R McLean McLn In your youropinion youI youIopinion you youInion
opinion Inion the logical logil Senatorial bene beneficiary beneficlary ben benary ¬
ficiary ary qf Democratic Democrato victory victor In Ohio OhioIf OhIoI Ohioult
ult If I he Isnt he ought to be and anduld I Iwould Iwould
would uld consider Omllder the Democracy of Ohio Ohiounworthy Ohiounworlhy Ohl Ohlworthy
unworthy worthy of victory place or power powerIf powerI paws pawsthey
If I they failed faie to recognise recognize regnize him Pa Payears For Pr
80 years yea he le has h borne the heat bet andat and a agreat agrt
great grt at share of the expense expeue of keeplnstandard keeping keepingthe keepingthe
the standard ltndard afloat a t In the State If IfMcLean I I ILean
McLean McLjn Lean waq A 1 Republican Relblloan and did didhalt 111dhalf dl dlf
halt f as 18 much for that party prty as he has hasfor baafor ha hathe
for the Democracy Demoorcy he would not onl onle only onlyhave onlyhave
have e worn the Senatorial toga long longago longalO ion ionbut
ago but sat t In the Presidential chainair chair chairYe cbalrY
Ye Y sir If I the Ohio Democracy wins winsthis winethle win winI
I IMoLean
this I fight figh and I believe beleve they will wU bin binean Mr MrMcLean 1r
McLean ean by all al the rules rult of party party war warfare wr wrfare wanm
fare m Is the first frt man in the State Stto to toatonal for forSenatorial forSenatorial
Senatorial atonal honors and I believe beleve b bI he hewill hewt
will wt I meet t t little ltte or 01 no U opposition in Incuring se securing atlag ¬
curing lag the honor onQr He e baa hal been ben an ag aggressive ago neMive ¬ i
gressive greive Mive and consistent fighter ghter and lii liiec his hispurse hispurN
purse ec paper and services serices have beat beatm been beengiven beengiven
given m freely when when others flunked funked or orleft orleft o ohim
left him to go It I alone aloneHow alonelow alonetow
How low tow about abut Mayor 1ayor Tom Tor Johnson Johnln o oeland of ofCleveland ofOleveland
Cleveland ClevelandHe eland elandlie 1 1Je
He Je lie Is a 1 great gret fighter and doing doingood doing10d
ood 10d 1 work but I do do not think the tie ounaat coun country Olu Olutry ¬
try at large In yet prepared prepred or as you youwould youwould youid
would id say educated educted up to his ad advaneed advaneed adeed
vaneed eed Ideas Mr Johnson Johnln has been beenshrewdly beenIhrewdly beermwdly
shrewdly mwdly devoting his time tme and tal talents talents teli ¬
ents i to moneymaking and someugh some somethough Ime Imethough
though ugh not all al his leisure to polities politiesHe polUo politieslies
He le has taken tken a I very little part prt In even evenOhio een eenOhio everState
Ohio > State Stte contest ontlla in the past plt al although althougb aligh
though igh he had the means men opportunitypressing opportunity opportunityand opportuniy opportuniyand
and pressing pr8lng invitations InviaUoas to do so but butlike but buta
like a sagacious gcOU8 man ot business bUllnN be befollowed befollow81 beiwed
followed follow81 iwed a sure thing and raked rked in the thedollar thedollr theit
dollar dollr it His 11 assistance alelna now to the theState theflate thee
State flate e ticket will wi be very welcome welcme nat no nodoubt nodoubt
doubt t and very valuable and the De Democracy De Democracy Deracy ¬
mocracy racy of Ohio will w1 In due time tme I Ihope Ihope II
hope hope I reward him hm for such servicesit services servicesbut serice
but it has b a debt to pay the continuous continuousand Cntnuous Cntnuousand continuousunttring
and untiring chieftain olleftaln who has hl backed backedled 1oe baskedand
led Ie and nd kept Its It I flag far aloft aloft and that thatchieftain thatolltaln thattheirs
chieftain olltaln theirs IB Hon John R Mef McLean McLeanand MaLnr MaLnrand ean eantime
and the great patent ptent attorney atorney as heed he herubbed herbb
rubbed rbb ed his legs turned to his b detlp detlpwith deelpa
Intimation to withdraw withdraweur withdrawtlmlet
with wih a gentle laUmaton wihdraw I
eur 8 r gimlet gimletHon xhnlitlon tlmletin
Hon lon in Horace L Chapman who made madean madean madensueeeestul
an unsuccessful unltul race ra for governor ofagainst of ofOhio otOll
Ohio Oll against a htst Oily OU William Wilam in an an In Interview In Intenlew n new ¬
terview ew with wih our old 011 friend trlln Col Lew L LRw w
Greene ONRe the wellknown welknown we11 known publisher pu1111 publlel publlelthe ot otthe ofthe
the Hooking lonr Sentinel SUMI SUMII say sayI says saysi
I have high hlh hopes hOI of the Democracy Democracywinning DmoraCT DmoraCTwlnnlnr Dettim Dettimwinning
winning wlnnlnr out In Ohio thl this year yearand ear lajd lajdwnd Ill IllKnll
and a proper propr platform platorm Yes Iilon I shall shallHon Ihal
Hon 10f Horace 1010 1 L Chapman Chaphan of Jackn JacknOhio Jet JetOhio Jackscn JackscnOhio
Ohio tor we have an admirable almlrable admirabletake ticket tickettake tloketilkl
take ilkl the stump if I the boys want wan wanI me meI meIla
I Ila have never levr refuted refuMI and altl am a areedy lw lw y yready
ready reedyIs readyIs tely telyIe
Is silver eliminated lmlnated as a a an Isuta Isutahe IMle IMlehe h hhe
he wa w was asked askedYes asket askety askedYee
Yes y until unt such > an exigency ellenC arie arieas arl arlas I Ias I
as confronted confronte us in 1896 191 wheaa when wJlel a i ier great greater 8 t ¬ I Ier
er volume of money wa was needed neeltll sorely sorelyto Irel Irelto a ato
to start and stimulate the business bUlln buslnethe of ofthe ofthe
the country whether It I was wl yellow yellowwhite yellowwhie ye yewhite
white whie or paper pper money Since Sine that thatthe time timetho tme tmethe
the currency of the country has hasincreased been beenIncreased bn bnIncresel1
Increased Incresel1 700000000 which demon demonstrates deml demlstrates de deatrates ¬
strates the correctness corrcctno of our conten contention cnlen cnlenton co cotlon ¬
tion ton removes the cause of stagnation stagnationand atagnntlonand stonne stonneand
and there Is no use in stirring strring some something sometblng a athing ¬
thing that has been settled seted We Wenothing have havenothing havenothing
nothing to retract nnd conditions conditons conditionsso may mayso
so change some time in the near ner neatturo fu future future ¬
ture that we would woul havo to reiterate reiterateour relerto relertoour rolte rolteour
our money plank of 1806 180lj but I recog recognize rog rognle n nnine ¬
nine nle that the world worl move move and we r rmove must mustmove mUltmove
move with wll it It It I am an originalunwavering original and andunwavering andunwavering
unwavering free fro silver slver man but butneceeslty the thenecessity thenece
necessity nece ly for it has passed pl and I Iied beg begged ¬
ged Mr Bryan for whom I enterta entertahighest entertained entertainedhighest entertaine
highest Ilghet regards regnrls and whom I support supported lupported alp alpId ¬
ed Id as loyally loyaly as any man in the United UnitedStates Unied UniedStates Un Un3tatee
States to keep klel it out of the Kansas KansasCity Kan Kan7ity l lOity
City platform platorm but he le Insisted upon uponits uponIs u uto
its Is to going In and we were defeated defeted defeatedbelieved as asI alI
I believed beloved we would wlull be beAs beAI beAs
As I said Id before I think we have havea Ii Iitlretclss
a firstclass firstcla chance chan to carry Ohioear Ohio this thisyear thllyr
year ear Ther ha l a cordial crdial support IUlport supporthe of ofthe oftbe
the he ticket toke and platform and a anum anumber num number u uer ¬
ber er of Republicans from differ differarts different differentpart 111ferent 111ferentpat
part pat arts of the tle State have lave esuredhat assured aured me methat methat
that hat they are ar going to vote for Colonel ColonelKllbourne Colonellolre Cola Colatllbourmie
Kllbourne lolre and that tht mean lnna the ens enslcket entire entireticket eutlr
ticket ticketSmoke tcket tcketSmoke lcket lcketSmoke
Smoke Carolina Carolna llrliehtt llrliehttAN lrhcht lrhchtAN I > rlahta rlahtaAN
AN OUTRAGEOUS ACT ACTA ACT ACTA ACTHelpless
A Helpless lelpless Woman the Suffererthe Sufferer Suferer at atthe atthe
the Heads Heals of a District OfficialWaelmlugtou Official OfficialWashington OfcIal OfcIalWablglou
Washington Wablglou Aujuet AUjju AU Utt > t 16 16Borrow Il 18DITUR
Borrow EDtTOI DITUR SUNDAY GLOHKS GLOHKSThe OLOJUC OLOJUCfhe QLUaaIrite
The Star Ital seems Hm to have lave a scoop scoopon 1011 1011QII eeoc eeocI
on I the news around the District But Butig Build Building DulldInc ¬
Inc ig and after afer reading several Iveral artlc artlcI articles articlesin arlcl arlclIn
in I that paper pler about a certain crtain piece 1118 piecetying of ofpaving ofpaving
paving tying that bad been bn done without wihout the theukase theultaae I Icase
ukase case ot the great triumvirate trumVlrale triumvirateout I Isought Isougbt
sought out the parties Iartle and to my sur surprise lurprlse s stae ¬
prise tae found it was a lady who is un unfortunate unfortunate n nrtunate ¬
fortunate rtunate enough to own a place and andnot andIII a ait
not III it a nonresident nonreldent non restdent or foreigner It I Ifdy she sheonly Iheonly
only dy belonged belonle to the th latter class cIa s sluld she shewould IheWQuld
would luld be immune and could do as a she sheeUoee IheehO s soss
eUoee ehO oss with wUI her hel property A As there thee are arealways arealwa a aways
always alwa ways two sides to a story we found foundtills foundHlle tout toutIs
tills Is to be tbe facts In 11 u this case caseThe c crl caserdte
The rl latter tter part prt of May lay she made ue used ap application ap applcaton a acation ¬
plcaton plication cation for permission permluon to pave pav about aboutfour abut abutfour abo aboar
four ar yards of the tront yard yar so 1 as assweat to toprevent tollrevelt
prevent llrevelt sweat dampness dalopne coming conlin Into tl tlcement the thebasement thebmel
basement bmel cement A man was engaged elPled to do dothe dothe e em
the m work wfrk and after afer waiting several severaldays sever severvs vral vraldaYI
days vs until she wa WH about abut to leave tl tly the thecity thecUy
city y for some time lme she received reive tl tlcal the theusual theulual
usual cal stereotyped atereotyp81 letter saying hll her horquet re request r rset ¬
quest quet set would receive due considerm consider consideration cnldera cnlderaUon ¬
tion m The he man commenced on the thework thework tl tlrk
work rk and ali an Inspector InaJlor appeared on onthe 01 01tbe t tI
the I scene ene and in place of stopping the thework thework ti tirk
work rk allowed alowed the man to finish tnllh It ItAfter ItAfter itliter
After the lady loly had left the city allyLice a anotice unotce
notice notce Lice was sent stating sttng that it we weae was wasdone wasl10ne
done ae without a permit and to remove removethe removethe ream reampaving
the paving and replace the dirt 11t Then Thenwhen Thenwhcn Ilie Ilieen
when en she returned another notice noUo was wassent walaent we wed
sent d aud sue SiO culled culel at the Commission Commissioners CU > ilmlaalol ilmlaalolofhee ¬
ers olllce olco and made male a full explanation explanationaud explanaton explanatonand uxplauatlolt
and t Mr Newcomer being the tbl only one oneof onl onlof on onthe
of the thl Commissioners ComOlllonera on duty said Id he hewould b bwould huld
would uld take the matter under consicton consid consideration conehiIratlon ¬
eration Iratlon ton and promised promlll Mr Wilson to tolet tolet t thim
let him know before bfore any action acton was wastaken wutoken we ween
taken en The next day Newcomer NewCJer drove drovepast droveput drov drovt
past t the place and the next mornhqrtly morning morningshortly moring moringIllorty
Illorty shortly rtly after 9 I oclock six men and andtwo andtwo ani aniarts
two carts backed up lP to the place plaC selcthe seis seised II IIed ¬
ed the pavement pvement and away they went wentISveu went wentJven wentu
ISveu Jven u the colored men mln wiio Wlo took it up upblushed UI UIbluahe ultimed
blushed bluahe timed with wih shame for the great gret Newer New Newcomer Newcomer ¬
comer comerNow comerNow er erow
Now ow it would not do to say that a aman aman m mn
man n It only temporarily at the t e head headot ld ldof heathls
ot this hls capital 0plal city told a falsehood falsehoodfor falhod falhodfor falsehoodit
for It would give people lleplo outside outlle e emr a aqueer aqueer
queer mr Impression Irpr810n but what of his hispromise bllpromll di dinice
promll promise nice to Mr Wilson Wlln It the thl lady ladyhad ladybnd ladIviolated
had violated the law why did they notig not notbring
bring ig her into court curt and punish hennot her herand hernnd
and not assume llme the part of bulldozers bulldosersithen bulldozersBut buldorl buldorlDut
But then tlen this only shows the true naof na nature nature ¬
ture of the tyrannical government we wehave webave wem
have m In this city Incidentally Incidentaly we wewould wewould weid
would id like lke to ask this second and fiddleraptain fiddler fiddlerto fdler fdlerto
to Captain Cptain Beach If I he has a filed the theplans tle tleplans thes
plans s of this great gret military mlliary move of ofhis ofhis ofin
his In the tlo War Department Department If I nottertainiy not nothe nothe
he certainly certinly ought to without wihout delay delayfor delayfOl delaysurely
for surely au rely the campaigns camplgnl of Grant GrantSherman OrantIberman Grantman
Sherman Iberman man Sheridan and Thomas Thom would wouldsink woull1sink wouldinto
sink into Inslgniacanoe Inellnl cnce beside this thismighty thllmlgbty thusmy
mighty my military mitary genius enill J T IIr II IIWby nWhy
Why r dant 101 yu yo i IIke emeke k Uds U Uf l a mail mailr Ialle seede else elsetime 11
r rU tt i iIn
In the old days day the trial of a peer peerwas pr prwae peeralways
conducted In Westminster WestminsterHall Westminsterand
was always 11 ways ondueled Wtmlntr WtmlntrJal
Hall and It wa was easy eal to realize reala how howimpressive bowImpr8lve mow mowesslve
impressive Jal esslve was the legal pageant un under under unbese ¬
Impr8lve wa
der these th circumstances clroumtanc8 Indeed Inde It is issaid IIeald isthat
said that so anxious was the public to tosee toaee toind
see and ind hear all al that went on that In Insome InIOme inaces
some cases mUI the fair ladles lal1l of 8L 8Le St StJames l
Jame James e who obtained ticket tcket of admisbad admis admission dml dmllion ¬
lion bad themselves lung from the theroot tberoof thein
root in basketsoa baskets basketsIf blkets blketsJt
koYtat ttw b bwlakeCairo bwlakeCairoIrlahta rtt l e Caro Carolina ¬
If you lO oa are re Icoklng loII for tH w btAke Caro
lina lna MrlnUW MrlnUWProud lrllb lrllbProul1 Irlahtamud
the
Proud mud Mother to tbe new gover governess lver lverneAnd gaverArid ¬
ness And here is I a pencil peaol MISSa MISS MiesGreen M1
neAnd hre In which I wish wishyou wllhfOU wisho
Green Or n a and a neteboek netbk nete beak wblc
write down all the clever or re remarkable r rtrkable reable ¬
you to t o wrie al Ue oIevr
markable trkable able thing thln the dear children chidren may maysay maytiring
walkmu walk walkIt walkI
say 1 during tiring your
It I you JIU mu a w want nt hayllAeomaeCarolina hayllAeomaeCarolinaa to II ei enjoy enoyltID1 > Ilk wjm Carolina Crolna CrolnaJrlab
Jrlab
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CAPE COLONY COtONYIn
In More Dander DRIger of Being Beln Lost to theHnglislt the theEnglish theBlglsh
English HnglisltTHAN EnglishTHAN Blglsh BlglshTHAN
THAN THE BOER COLLAPSE COAPSEAejnolds COLLAPSERejnoldg COLLPSE COLLPSEReInolds
Rejnoldg London Democratic Newspaper Howpper slates slateshe stateslie
lie he Situation Siuation In an Honest and Truthful Trulhfulled TrulhfulledIng leadIng lead leadIng
Ing ArlieloTommy Artlelo ArUto Tommj Atkins AIkns Starting Slalng andMoney and andNone andMcnel
None Money latlshod Inlshod on the General who Didnt DidntWhip DldntWhip DidntWhip
Whip the Doers or End the War WarReynold WarReynoldl WarReynolds
Reynolds paper pper to hand thi this week weekays weekaYI weeksay
aYI aYIThe say ays aysThe
sayThe The present state of affair altall in South SouthAfrica Southfrica SouthAfrica
Africa frica can Cn only be described by tho thoone thoone theone
one word worllCbAO wordChao Chaos Yet at such ucb a mament mo moment moment ¬
ment the disreputable dlsreputlble government governmentwhich gov governmentwhich rmt t twhich
which we have for our sins has Inducat In Induced Induced ¬
duced the House lole of ofCommoqs Conmons Commons to vote votethe vototbe votethe
the enormous sum of 100000 to Lord LordRobert IrdRobrti LordRobert
Robert Robrti who has ha b bn been en one of thc chief chiefcmmes chiefCRlel chiefentices
entices CRlel of the prolongation of the war warFor warlor warFor
For the first filt time tme in our history a war warrior warrlor warnor ¬
rior nor has ha been bn voted vote a financial fnancial rewardfor reward rewardfor rwor
for a war which Is not nt nearly nerly over overalthough ove overalthough I Imanler
although according to this Inept com commander cornmender ¬
mender manler it I was over a I year agoOver ago agoOver al I IOver
Over Indeed Inded Why never In the theannals th thmnals tlE I
annals of this miserable business buslnesll has hasthe has hastbo linethe
the outlook outook been bn so serious seriousso so se serious serious ¬
rious 11011 In fact that the Government are awwhite arewble arewhite
white wble with wlh terror terrro terrorso so serious that they theyare theyare theyare I Iprtcle
are straining every everyerve Tterve to prevent ai aiarticle r muparticle
prtcle particle article of truth leaking Jeklng out to the na naIon naUon nation
Uon Ion whom they the have so 1 lively IIvelYllaluded IIvelYllaludedInltead deluded deludedInstead deludedInstead
Instead of gaining two new colonies colonieshey colonl colonlthey coloniesthey
they hey are likely lkely to lose the old oneCape one oneCape oneCll
Cape Cll Colony is I aflame Not a week weekMisses welt welt1leS weekpaves
1leS paves Misses but there Is some serious Britbh Brit Britill Dritlib
lib ill defeat there or some British town towncaptured towncalJtlred towncaptured
captured calJtlred Within the last few daysLime days daysthe l1a l1athe
the Boers have driven the British out outof outof outf
of f Swaziland Swaziand They Tiey are still etl raidingn raiding raidingIn
In Ill n the Immediate neighborhood of Pre Preorla Pretorla Prea
orla and Johannesburg For a year yearthey yearhey I Ithey
they hey have blocked blocke the railroad rairod to Del Delgoa Delal Deltgoa
al tgoa goa Bay D So S often do they interruptle interrupt t
the he le line of communication communicaton to the Cape Capethat Cap Capehat
that hat It I II i talked of to abandon abmon that thstoute thatroute thatroute
route for the alternative alteratve railway riway from fromDurban tromDurbn fromJurbau
Durbn Durban In Natal Natl They are still lUl till cap capturing captiring ¬ I Iturlnl
turing and releasing rele8lni British Urltlh soldiers soldiersfever 10lUera 10lUeraNever soldierFever
fever has any army been disgracedy disgraced disgracedby 11111rce
by y so many surrenders slrrenl erl as our ownn own ownin ownIn
in n this fatal campaign camplln Although the thewar thewar <
war i is over we are every ever week wek send sending sendus nd ndhll ¬ j
ing wal us out fresh reinforcements and ofhe of ofthe of I Ithe
the he 800000 black and white troops troep at atthe atthe athe
the he front trut rent we have I1V8 yet been ben unable to torelease tOI tOIrelel toelease
release relel many thousands thousndl of the tie men menwho menwho menrho
who rho have been ben In South Africa Afric for fornearly fornearlr forearly
nearly early two years Why under these these1circumstance thel thelclrcumltnc8 thesedreumetances
circumstance do we give other na nations natonl natone ¬
tions clrcumltnc8 tone the opportunity to lve shout In derls derlsion derlaIon dent denton
tonl ion on at our parrot prrot cry repeated dallyor dally dallyfor laUY laUYfor
that the war laover 1st 1stover
for or upwards of a year thi 18 18over
over The wish is father to the thethought thl thlthoulht thenought
thought nought but IJt the war Is not over norrtill nor norwill nol nolwm
will till It I be for many a allay allayIndt day dayIndeed dayIndeed
Indeed to emphasise eRphallle the abeureairf abeuriXttr abeuriXttrot abeun
ot f the situation sltualon the government Ivelment dun dusig dunIng dl dlIn
Ing In ig the last few days have obtained obtl d aa aaother a aother aatimer
other timer War Vote of nearly 87e00uOb0 87e00uOb0s 7 ODift OOII 0 0As
As s this Journal gave the most moe accurate accurateforecast Irate Irateforeat scearaterecast
forecast foreat recast of the probable llrobble cesft 1 of the thewar thewar thear
war ar we now say sy ay Judging by y what wlat we wesee weand weme
time of writ writing writInl writIg ¬
see me and know up to the tle
ing Ig that the public llutJlctht publicthat that is the work workIng workInl workII
Ing II classes cluelwl classeswill will have lan to pay py 1m eom om
260000000 for their tber little lte bloodenta blood bloodfeast blo
2100000
feast teuta enta a larger larcr sum than any alY previous previoutsngle previousIngle prsvloa I
Ingle war wa has cost u ua And thl thlagainst Ibte Ibtefaint li8 li8aplnst
against faint a tiny foe The extent of our ourfailure ourflUnr ourllnro
failure flUnr llnro may be b gauged by the unparal unparalleled unperalled npral npralleled ¬
leled led number of excuses excusC we are ar mak making taskg ¬
ing g for our inability Inabity to defeat tlmetuhe them themThe themrhe
The 11 he Boers ra might well say IY If I we had hadonly hadonly hadsly
only sly half hal your army arm and armaments armamentsthere armamentl armamentlthere armamentsere
there ere would now be no British soldiers soidiereSouth soldiersin
in South Africa AfricaIn AfricaIn AfricaIn
In Suth the midst of thl th this fearful ferful glooms gloom gloomwe lom lomwe
we s are voting the unsuccessful uuucful Gen General Oneral Genal ¬
eral al Robertswhose Roberts Robrtiwho whose tactics tctcl of rushing rushingalong ruehlngaloll i iong
along aloll ong the railway lines Inel Without wlhoul sub subduing Ilb Ilbdulnr subg ¬
raiway
duing dng the country countr around arounllhlm him military militarycritics mitary mitarycrltci militaryilia
critics crltci ilia say y has h8 been bn the chief cause clse of ofthe ofthe ofe
the e length of the war WItM warthis thU princely princelybribe llrlncelybrib princelylbe
bribe bribeLet lbe lbeLet
brib Let the soldier loldler mark It I Our hankpt bank bankrupt banltrupt ¬
rupt pt government refuses refliel to pay Tomr Tom Tommy Tommy ¬
my r Atkins his meagre dole while lavishing lavlehlng lav layiing ¬
ishing iing money Inone upon Lord Robertsmanmade Roberts RobertsThousands HebertshOU8lll
Thousands hOU8lll manmade of soldiers have been beenclamouring ben bencamolrlnl beenummiring
clamouring ummiring for weary mouths for their theirarrears theirarrearl theirrears
camolrlnl of tho Ex Exchequer Excheuer Exequer ¬
arrears rears but IJt the tie Chancellor Cbancelor
chequer equer afraid to come too soon ln again againupon againoil
upon cheuer UpOI oil the public Imble for money 10Iey11 lia line drawn drawnthe drawI drawIthe drawna l
the a pursestring purltrlng tightly t hUr So our olr re returned reo reoturned reriled ¬
turned riled soldiers Ildlerl are starving ltrvlllg about the thestreets theItreet timeeats
streets eats the usual Uilal fate of the Britishtiter British Britishsoldier Drlleh I Iloldler
soldier titer Note It well wel young men Iea who whothink whothink whoilk
think ilk of entering onterlll upon upn a military mltary catr ca career career ¬
especially at a time when we weliave welave were
reer tr 8speclaly 1 tme
controlled by linen linenrs financiers ¬
lave re a government Ivernment controled tnan tnancieri
ciers rs one of whom Rhode Uhod8 the Raider Raiderand Rider Riderand
has hasJust basjUlt hisst
compounds
and 1 owner of slave cOllluml
Just t been made a member of His 1e MaJastys MaJ bray brayys
astys ys Most mae Honorable Jolorabl Privy Council CouncilOur Counell CounellOlr Counelllr
elt1l Jingoes used to criticise th the 8 8tan 5of <
Our Olr r Jlnl IHd ertlcl t1 t1tn
tan of Turkey for not paying < ba h Sol Soldiers 001 001ller ol olI ¬
diers tn I How Iow Abdul the DanftC Da s cell must mustlaugh mustlallgh mustgh
ller laugh gh to see the tle Jingo Hnsttah DQlta govern government lover loverDlent governtmt ¬
ment tmt following folowing suit A dad 4bl a these hese Jin Jingoes JlnIO ¬
goes IO 5 used Iled to boast tbi ut they were wer the theonly they I Ionly
only y party capable ef eh t handling bandllnl the ar army armythele arthese ¬
my mythele these IncQWtgtetent InCent miscreant miscreantwho miscreantso I Iwho
who o at the ouUMk oul told the Australian Australiangovernment AUltralan AUltralanlovernment Australianernment
government ernment that tbt they did 11ll not want wantmounted wnntmounted wanttinted
mounted tinted menl mllthese meatthese these reckless reck Ie adyen adyenurers adyenurerl adVenre
urers re whose WhO Ignorance porance and callousness callousnessmve calOUfu8111 calOUfu8111have calloueneae
have mve e been b the direct diret cause caUt of so many manyost Iny Inylot manylives
lot ost lives 1 and ruined rulnlt homesnd homes homesAnd homesAnl1
And nd it I we w look lok to the front if we weread weread wed
read d tbe letters lette sent nt by soldier Ildle corres correslondenU crres crres110ndent corresdents
110ndent londenU dents to Hevnolte n6 > I NewspaperletI Nitcspaper Ntlpapelet let leters r rter i
ter ers I the originals of which we havet have havetept bavl
kept t u a proof prf of their genuinenesswe genuinenesswen genuineness cniinenewe cniinenewelearn we weearn
learn earn n that tllt the tle army in South SOlth Africa Africale Arica AricaI AfricaI
le I a I seething lblne mass ma of discontent dllntent SoI So Soalso S
also all I in the tle Australian Republic RepublicThey RepublicThey Republicty
They ty wont pay the returned returne unemred unem unemployed unemployed ¬
ployed red Lest pr we should IhOl11 be beaccuHd accused of ofexaggerating otexlraUnc ofaerating
exaggerating aerating let us u II give < < Ive chapter chpter and andverse andvrN andie
exlraUnc of the theest thebt theknown
verse ie Mr Carruthers Carltberl U I one
vrN bt > est known knowl public pble men la Il AustraliaI Australia Australiaie Autrala AutralaHe
He ie Is I an exminister of the State Slte of ofNew ofNow ofC
New C South Suth Wales and he U at present presenta prnt prnta presentndidate
a a candidate for the Premiership PremiershipMeanwhile IremlerahlpMeanwhie Premiershipeanwhlle
Meanwhile Meanwhie eanwhlle the progress prOlre of tyranny tyrannythe tYlnny tYlnnythe tyrannychief
the chief ch If and eldest offspring otlprlnl of imalism Im Imwrlallsiu Imprlallm
wrlallsiu alism proceeds prod apace The Daily Dailytail Da DaM
prlallm M tail 1 for pointing plntlnl out some unpleatruths unpleas unpleasant unpleasat ¬
ant at truths tmUI has come under Inler the ban bn of ofhe ofthe ofminister
the he minister miistr of war It has been bn for forildden forbidden forLen
bidden Len to receive any official Informa Information Infora Inforatlon ¬ 6
tion Perhaps our Tory and Jingo Jingocontemiwrary Jingocnlemllrary Jingoemporary
contemiwrary cnlemllrary emporary having a taste tte ot the themethods themethode timeids
methods ids of this tlil weak and therefore thereforexillylng tbereforeblUyln thereforeying
blUyln xillylng ying government Iverment will wU now learn learnto lern lernto learnympatbise
to sympathise a little Ito more with witl the theother theother ther
other r newspapers who as In the aceeyeolde case caseot c
ot llelnolr IleynoMi neWlpapr Newspaper Newlpoper have hln incurred incurredhe Inurr incurredhatred
the he hatred hatl1 and fear of the government governmentfor governmentfelling ovrnment ovrnmentfor
for telling tenol the public the truth truthBut truthDut truthit
But it all the suppression upprilloi and eves evasions evulenl eveswill ¬
ions will w not avail avai Hoopstad Hooptall was AI be besieged beIlep besi ¬
sieged si for nine months m thl Boshof Dohot was in invested Int Ined ¬
Ilep
vested t ed for tr about abut the same time tme and nour no noliving noII <
living II ur soul lul In this country countr outsidesterial outside outsideministerial outlde outldemlnlltrlal
ministerial mlnlltrlal sterial circles knew these theM illseful ills dlsraceful dllIacful
raceful Iacful eful facts until untl not many weeks weeksgo weeklalO weeksthese
alO go these towns were relieved But Butwhat Butwhat Butt
what t matter mlter Have lave wo WI not the mock mocksiege mockIlee mocki
siege i of Mafeklng to fall ta1 back bck upon uponwith uponwih uponits
with wih Its Is paplrr paplfr mathe ache herd Ilr the recall recalled recsl recall3ntI ¬
ed BadonPowcll BallnPowell 3ntI n Powcll In our very midst midstat milat milatat midsthis
at this his moment Wn A used IBId to regard regardwar regardwar regardas
war as a a serious business 1191188 Now a hip blpplromf hipome ulppoilrome
poilrome plromf ome would woull suit us lS better betterm
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