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DISTRICT DEBATES DEBATESDe
De Armond Hits the Nail on onthe oq oqthe
the HeadlOCAL Head HeadLOCAL
LOCAL SELF GOVERNMENT GOVERNMENTthe GOVERNMENTlhe
I
the True Remedy for the Evils of ofOur orur
Our ur Present Oligarchy In Which WhichImported VhlohImported
Imported Satraps Rule the Roost RoostLand Roostand
Land and Squander the Money of the theB thePeopleThe
B People PeopleThe The Personal Tax a Fraud Fraudf Fraudami
f and Snare SnareIn SIIAreh
In the debate in the House over the Dis District Distri ¬
trict tri < t of Columbia appropriation bill b11Mr Mr De DeAnnond DeAnnond
Annond mentioned Hon HonChllmpClarks Champ Clarks bill billto billto
to create a popular form of government for forthe Cortl1l
the District designating it as a bill tr trpas topaso
pas from an empire to t < l a republic republicThere republicThere
There was no prospect that this bill billwould bl11wOllld
would become law Mr De Armond ad admitted admitted ¬
mitted There was objection to it in Con Conjreis Conire
jreis ire and objection to it among the people peopleof peoleOf
of the District He thought a remedy for forexisting fornisting
existing ills might be found in local self selfgovernment selfgovernment
government There were several objec objections objection ¬
tions tion but they came down to one otlethat that the thepoor tltepoor
poor whites and the negroes would rule the thetown thetown
town taxation would be b excessive and andproperty alldpropertytllu8
property propertytllu8 thus confiscated I do not know knowwhy knowwhy
why people pcr ple here should be protected from frominability frominability
inability to govern themselves any more morethan morethan
than the rest of the people of the country countrysaid countrysaId
said he We Ve cannot do business on the thetheorv thetheory
theory that only the wealthy are fit to gov govera ov overn
era eraThis This sentence hits the nail on the head headand heMand
and it Is because of this sen senlment ment in the theDistrict tbeDistrict
District that the wealthy ari ar alone fit to torule torule
rule we are indebted for the Mncfarlonds MncfarlondsBoyntons MacfarlandsBoyntons
Boyntons tl al who go up and down the theby theby
by ways and lecture platforms expatiating expatiatingco
co < 1D and eulogizing the present form of gov government government ¬
ernment of this disfranchised section of ofthe orthe
the IraperialistidsRepublic IraperialistidsRepublicthe
the personal tax fraud is the flte remedy remedyfallen renle < ly lyfa
fallen fa len back on despite the exper experience experience ¬
ience of every com comunlty unity city and andstate andstate
state where it is in effect The rich do not notpay notpay
pay it notwithstanding that it apparently apparentlyconcerns apparentlyconcern
concerns them exclusively And when we wesos weay
sos ay the rich w we refer to the bond holders holdersstack llolderstock
stack brokers bankers notealiavers cop copUlists eaptalitll
Ulists and nabobs who ride in their car carriages earriages ¬
riages and live in the modern palaces along alongOUT alon alonlU
OUT < lU r aristocratic avenues The merchants merchantswho merchantswho
who employ large numberrof people the thestruggling thestruggling
struggling trader and the modest house householder householder ¬
holder pay the personal tax in the cities citieswhere citieswhere
where it is enforced enforcedThe coCorcedThe
The banker hides his money the stock stockbroker stockroker
broker his wealth and the bond holder his hisbauds hisbods
bauds when the assessor makes his annual annualvisit annualvisit
visit and the nabob in the aristocratic aristocraticpalace aristocraticpa1ace
palace cheapens his pictures his horses his hiscarriages hiscarriages
carriages his plate and his jewelry so that thatan thatan
an oil painting by the masters is re returned returned
turned at chromo valuation the blooded bloodedhorses bloodedbarses
horses with pedigrees as a long as the Prince Princeof PrinceoC
of > Wales at the cost price of a veteran hack hackhorse hackhorse
horse and the diamonds plate jewelry jewelrypianos jewelrvpianos
pianos etc at the lump sum for which one onecould onecould
could purchase a Barrios necklace of glitter glittering gtltteringglaas ¬
ing ingglaas glass The assessor too is usually of ofthat oCthat
that class who knows knowsas as little of the value valueof valueof
of a rich mans belongings and luxurious luxuriousstrrouudinga luxuriousrouudings
strrouudinga rouudings or how to properly value val ue them themas themas
as an organ grinder does of astronomy astronomyThe astronomyThe
The merchant Whose goods can be seen seengoods seenad
ad approILimately estimated tbe dry drygo
goods go < Jds and the wet goods oods emporiums the thehje theflbe
flbe hje store the tailor shop the average averagehouseholder averageholsebolder
householder etc pays the personal tax or orhe orne
he tax on personal property in the cities citieswhere citieswlere
where it is enforced and the very rich richescape rlcbescape
escape with a ridiculous assessment assessmentif
if Congress restores to this District its itsinherent itsj
inherent j r erent rights rI hts of self or local government governmentit
it will wilsolve solve the problem which annually annuallyconfronts annuatlyclfronts
confronts it of an equitable division of the thecost the05t
cost 05t between the Government and the Dis District Dls1ret ¬
trict of the expenses and outlays for im improvements improvements ¬
provements sewers etc Tax on real realproperty realproperty
property will be levied so aa not to confiscate confiscatethe confiscatethe
the poor mans little home and exempt the theConnecticut thecQnnecticut
Connecticut and Massachusetts avenue mil millionaires mil1ionalres ¬
lionaires palace palaceThe palaceThe
The people can hold the ther r servants to tostrict toshct
strict accountability and the enormous enormouswaste enormouwaste
waste and expenditure under imported importedsatraps importedIQlraps
satraps of the Macfarland el al type typeof typeof
of rulers will cease The money squandered squanderedard
and misspent by the District Commis Commissioners Commissioners ¬
sioners if properly applied as it would be beby bey
by y elective officials responsible to the citi citizens cit citnll ¬
zens nll who placed them in office would of ofitself oritelr
itself be sufficient to almost pay all the ex expenses exfnses ¬
penses fnses of local self government and carry carryout C rry rryout
> out the improvements which all good citi citizens cltlzenS ¬
zens desire and have at heart heartThe boarttbe
The ring which has the capital of the thenation thea
nation a ion by the throat is almost too powerful powerfuland powerfuland
and strong for even Congress to throttle throttleIt
It has been permitted to strengthen Itself Itselfyear hselfJfAr
year after year bv the addition to its itsnumbers itanumbers
numbers of the imported rich and specula speculative speculative ¬
tive Congressmen and Senators But it is isto i ito
to be hoped the growing evil will cure itself itselfand Itselfand
and that having reached a limit Congress Congresswill CongreHwill
will finally be compelled to enact legislation legislationrestoring legIslation1fcstorlng
restoring to American citizenship the rob robbed roblDed ¬
bed plundered and misgoverned residents residentsof r sldents sldentsoC
of the District DistrictIt
It is to be hoped that the new contractor contractorwill contractorwill
will not serve bull beef and fatback to the theinmates theinmates
inmates of St Elizabeth ElizabethItalian ElizabethItalian
Italian honor has been satisfied with withAmerican withAmerican
American dollars and our officers who ran ranamuck ranamuck
amuck have been leleased The Italians Italianskilled Italianskllled
killed in New Orleans were paid for too tooand tooand
and it looks as if these degenerate descend descendants descendants ¬
ants of the Caesars consider it a big streak streakof streakof
of luck to be kicked licked and even evenlynched evenJynched
lynched by Americans AmericansThe AmeriOClnsthe
The Australian cabinet has resigned resi ned The Thepremier Thepremier
premier is considering conlSlderin the situation
SHATTDCS SPEECH SPEECHCincinnati SPEECHCincinnati
Cincinnati Congressman Who WhoIs WhoIs
Is Chairman of Immigration ImmigrationSOUNDS Immigrationi
i SOUNDS THE WARNING NOTE NOTEAmerican PiDTEAmerican
American rollers in ns asOreat Groat a Dancer DancerFrom DanuerFrom
From Southern Barope Europeas < aa From the theChinese theOhlneseTh
Chinese OhlneseTh Tho Present Ratoof RateotImml RateotImmlgration IrnmU IrnmUgration
gration Will VIII Swamp the American AmericanLabor A lerlcan lerlcanLabor
Labor Market Prompt Measures MeasuresNecessary 1UeasuresNecossary
Necessary NecessaryThe NecossaryTheCllinMc
The TheCllinMc Chinese are barred out and American Americanlabor Americanlabor
labor is saved from competition with the thecelestials theCJilestials
celestials thus the great Republican party partyagain partyagain
again saves the American toiler and his full fulldinner CuUdinner
dinner paill The Chairman of the Commit Committee Committee ¬
tee on immigration however the past pastweek pastweek
week who is a Republican dyed in the thewool tbewool
wool and no less a personage than General GeneralWilliam GeneralWl11lam
William B ShattuCr Shattuc Representative from fromthe fromthe
the leading Ohio District Cincinnati threw threwa
a hand grenade on the floor of Congress Congresswhich CODlre CODlrewhich
which exploded the fiction of the security securityof
of the American toiler from imported com competition competition ¬
petition petitionHere petitionHere
Here is a significant paragraph from the thespeech thespeech
speech of the general as the chairman of ofthis ofthis
this committee committeeAnother comll1ltteeAnother
Another serious factor in the problem is isimmigration isinlmigratlon
immigration The addition of 5000000 im immigrants 1mmigrants ¬
migrants to the he labor supply of our country countrysince countrysince
since 1890 and a current increase of 600000 600000yearly 600000yearly
yearly form a menace to the labor of our ourland ourland
land entitled to serious consideration It Itmay
may not be so perceptible now but should shoulda
a period of depression again visit our in industries Industries ¬
dustries the oversupply cannot fall to odd oddto addto
to the disastrous effect upon American Americanlabor Americanlabor
labor The Th result will be a positive reduc reduction reduction ¬
tion in the standard of wages the standard standardof
of living and the standard of civilization civilizationThese civiliaotionThese
These immigrants have mostly settled in the themanufacturing thenlanufacturin
manufacturing nlanufacturin states and the cities thereof thereofthus tllereofthusintensiCyIng
thus thusintensiCyIng intensifying the perplexities of the thesituation thesituation
situation should depression come comeSome comeSome
Some time ago in it1l commenting on a com communication communicatlon ¬
munication from Gen O O Howard to this thispaper thispaper
paper we pointed out that the Chinese was wasnot wasnot
not the only race menacing the American Americanlabor Americalabor
labor market and that a limitation to the theimmigration theimmigration
immigration from rom Southern Burqpe espe especially e pc pcclally ¬
cially should be enacted or provided for forFigures l r rPigures
Figures do not lie when presented by an anhonest anhOliest
honest man and the figures furnished by byGeneral byGeneral
General Shattuc are official and beyond beyonddispute beyonddispute
dispute disputeIs
Is Congress or the G O P prepared prep red to toaccept toaccept
accept the logical deduction of these figures figuresand fi ures uresand
and enact legislation to save the American Americantoller AmericantOllerfrom
toller tOllerfrom from the Hun the Ladrone the Boor Boornot Boornot
not Boer and the other organ grinding grindingfruit grindingCruit
fruit peddling and degraded peasants and andsemiserfs andsemiserfs
semiserfs of continental Europe EuropeCapital EuropeCapital
Capital regards this immigration immigraUonwith with a afriendly aCriendly
friendly eye as it means cheaper labor and andgreater andgreater
greater competition in the labor market marketbut marketb
but b t capital in intblsrespect this respect or instance as in inother inother
other epochs in the worlds hiatorj hlstor may mayoverdo mayoverdo
overdo the business and kill the goose that thatlays thatlays
lays so uncomplainingly the golden eggs eggsIn elrgsIn
In other words the hordes pouring into intothe intothe
the United States Stltes may starve the American Americantoiler Americantoiler
toiler until he too looks with a friendly friendlyeye friendlyeye
eye on revolution revolutionThe I IThe
The limit of endurance is being eagerly eagerlysought ealerlysought
sought by trusts monopolies and organized organizedcapitalistic organizedcapitalistiC
capitalistic combinations until the disin disinterested disinterested ¬
terested looker on is iBrmindedof reminded of that old oldand oldand
and trite saying saYln Whom the gods destroy destroythey destroythey
they first make mad madIt madIt
It is to the Chairman of the Immigration ImmigrationCommittees ImmigrationCommittees
Committees credit that t at he is of the number numberalthough numberalthougb
although passing wealthy who no notices notices ¬
tices the rapidly growing evil and the in incidental incidental ¬
cidental danger of giving iving the American Americantoiler Americantoiler
toiler his choice between revolution revolutionor
or social renditions ndltlons based on the plane planeand planeand
and environments of the European toiler toilerGeneral toilerGeneral
General Shnttucs speech and statistics statisticson st tlstics tlsticson
on this subject subj ect arouses serious thought and andthe andthe
the gravity of the problem of unrestricted unrestrictedimmigration unrestrictedimmigration
immigration calls for a solution at the thehands thehands
hands of Congress which will insure us usagainst usagslnst
against aa equally a great an evil as a aChinese aChinesc
Chinese coolie invasion in the hordes of ofundersized ofundersized
undersized hereditary seraiserfs from fromSouthern fromSouthern
Southern Europe who have been are now nowand nowand
and will continue in greater numbers to toswarm toswarm
swarm to our shores rom the jihlps of J JPierpoqt JPierpont
Pierpoqt Morgan MorganUNION MorganUNION
UNION STATION BILL BILLSoiinto BILLSC1lRto
Soiinto Committee Discusses Mr MrHansbrouehs l1rlIR1I8brouJhs
Hansbrouehs Proposition PropositionThe
The Senate committee on the District of ofColumbia ofColumbia
Columbia held ameetingPiiday a uiortiingand uiortiingandfor
for over an hour discussed dlscus ed the proposition propositionthat IIroplWitlonathat
that have been mode in relation to the bill billnow bl1lnow
now on the calendar of the Senate for the theconstruction theconstruction
construction of a union railway station in inthis inthis
this city Senator Hansbrough presented presentedan
an argument to the committee committ in favor of ofhis ofhis
his bill providing that this union station be bebuilt bebuilt
built by the District from the th prdeeeds of a abond abond
bond issue of 10000000 IOOO ooo and rented to torailroad torailroad
railroad Companies that may wish to use it itHe Itlie
He stated that General Gtllespie chief of ofengineers ofengineers
engineers of the th army a my and a II majdrity maj rity of ofthe orthe
the members of the committee on railways railwaysof
of the Board of Trade of this city favor the theownership theownership
ownership of the railroad terminal by the theDistrict theDistrict
District DistrictA DistrictA
A letter was read from Vicepresident NicePresldentGreen VicepresidentGreen
Green of the Pennsylvania Railroad Com Company Cotnpilnystating ¬
pany pilnystating stating that thatco that co pany p ny was satisfied satisfiedto
to proceed with the building build In of the pro proposed proposed ¬
posed station and to let into it all existing existingroads existingroads
roads now in the District They The were not notwilling notwilling
willing to agree with the provisions of the thePatterson thel
Patterson l > amendment though they fully fullyrecognized fullyrecoltnlzed
recognized the power of Congress at any anytime anytime
time to allow any road to use the union unionstation unionstation
station upon upon payment of a fair proportion proportionofthe vroportlonof
ofthe of the expense of the terminal terminalNo terminalNo
No agreement was reached and the whole wholeproposition wholeproposition
proposition went over until the next meet meeting meetiUIl ¬
ing of the committee
A NEGRO HASHER HASHERWho 1ASHERWho
Who Readily Passes For F or a aWhite aWhite
White Man Narrowly Escapes EscapesA
I
i A JUST JUS T CHASTISEMENT CHASTISEMENTFor C HAS T I 5E M EtN T TFor
For His Insult and Impudent mpudentTanC Ad Advances ¬
vances TanC 8 Towards a Whlte Whfte Lady LadyCashier LadraashlcrAtte
Cashier aashlcrAtte Attempts pts to Mnko lakqi a Date Dateand DatcBnd
and Walts For the Appearanue Appearance of ofthe
4 4the
the Lady IJ dy Does Charles nllna nllnaWrlRht aliosVrlaht
WrlRht Cuney a Former Senate SenateEmploye S nato natomployoThe
Employe mployoThe The Hushandon the theVar theVarPath War WarPath
Path PathA PathA
A tragedy wasbarely was barely misted one evening eveningthe uhla uhlathe
the pait weeTc adjacent to one of Air C T THunters THunters
Hunters department shops located at 113 113Pennsylvania 113Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania avenue A womans woman ready readywit readywit
wit saved her husband from involving him himself 111mself
self in the meshes of the law and incident incidentally incidentally ¬
ally saved the negro who Insulted her from froma
a bullet in Ma kidneys kidneysEarly kidneysBarly
Early in the he morning Wednesday last lastrespectably It Itrespectably
respectably dressed and stylish looking lookinggentleman looltinKgentleman
gentleman took his seat in a bootblacks bootblackschair bootblaclt4chair
chair in the store mentioned one side ide of ofwhich ofwhich
which is devoted to Hie business of shining shiningboots shiningboots
boots The Th gentleman who was apparently apparentlyawhile apparentlya
awhile a white man made googoo eyes at the themodest themodest
modest lady cashier which were unnoticed unnoticedby unnoticedby
by the lady Finally when paying for his hisshine hisshine
shine he entered into conversation and made madeseveral mad madlIeveral
several inquiries which were answered answeredbriefly anllweredbriefly
briefly but politely He wanted to know if ifshe Ifshe
she was married or single how long she shehad shehad
had been a resident of Washington her hernative hernative
native Estate state name etc Having answered answeredall
all these questions Mrs Viola M Reynolds Reynoldsthe Kefnoldtbe
the lady in question and who is a sister by bythe bythe
the way of the beauty of the Florodora FlorodoraCompany PlorodoraCompany
Company permitted the matter to pats from fromher rromher
her mind In the early evening the stylish stylishlooking stylishlooking
looking white man called againand mounted mounteda
a chair for a shine He wrote a note on a apiece apiece
piece of yellow paper and requested requestedthe requestedthebootblack the thebootblack
bootblack to hand it to Mrs Reynolds The Thenote Tbotnote
note was as follows followsWhat followsWht
What time d you get off offMrs oft7 oft7rrrs
Mrs Reynolds who was behind the thecashiers thecahier
cashiers desk engaged en aged with Mr Hunter in ina ina
a business one conversation after reading Nadingtle Nadingtlenotefnrtocerltty the thenote
note notefnrtocerltty Innocently answered vnrbattr arb ttr in tlte tltehearing tltehearin
hearing hearin of all in the shop six ix oclock oclockShe oelocShe
She attached no other meaning to the in inquiry inqulry ¬
quiry than that of a harmless question questionprompted questionprompted
prompted bv the curiosity of a customer customerand eustonlerand
and threw the yellow piece of paper on the thecounter tbecounter
counter Later in the evening however howevershe 110veversl1e
she noticed that the man was hanging hangingaround hangingaround
around the vicinity of the store evidently evidentlyawaiting evidentlyawaiting
awaiting her departure at six oclock Sue Suebecame Sllebecame
became alarmed and recalling the note noteplaced noteplaced
placed finally nally the correct construction on onthe onthe
the insulting missive She lingered in the thestore thestori
store after her usual time for departure departureand departureand
and Mr Hunter finally final1YJnotlcin noticing that it was waswithin waswithin
within a few minutes of seven oclock oclockasked ocloekasked
asked her herwby why she did not go home Mrs MrsReynolds MrsKeynolds
Reynolds pointed out the waiting indi individual Individual ¬
vidual and Mr Hunter recognizing rc Qltnizlng him himinstantly bltuinstantly
instantly surmised his pilose PI ose He gal gallantly gallantly ¬
lantly volunteered his escort and prepared preparedto
to teach the fellow a lesson if he attempted attemptedto
to speak to the lady Just as they were wereabout wereabout
about to emerge from the store Mr Key Reynolds Keynolds ¬
nolds came along slightly alarmed at his hiswifes biswiCes
wifes prolonged stay which she explained explainedby
by stating the reason reasonThe reasonThe
The husband and wife left the store and in inapproaching inapproaching
approaching the waiting individual Mrs MrsReynolds MrsKeynoldll
Reynolds reflected that if she could not pie pievent pievent
vent her husband assaulting him it would wouldresult wouldresult
result in his arrest and more trouble hence hencewhen I
when the husband reached the fellow and andperemptorily
I IperemPtorily
peremptorily questioned him Mrs Reynolds Reynoldsexclaimed I Iexclaimed
exclaimed This is not kthe the man II Hus Husband ¬
band and wife then proceeded home and andthe andthe I
the wouldbe masher sneaked off Investi Investigation ¬
II IIgadon
gation by Mr Hunter developed the fact factthat factthat
that the mans name I it Charles or Wright WrightCuney 1
Cuney of Texas a former employe of the theSenataJo8toffice I
SenataJo8toffice Cuney wears eye glasses glassesand ll1sses ll1ssesand
and is to all outward physical appearances appearancesa appearan e eIL
a Caucasian but much to his ht astonishment astonishnientMr
Mr Hunter was informed that Cuney is a acolored aco
co colored ored man When Mrs llrsKeynolds Reynolds was Vas in informed informed ¬
formed of this fact she partially regretted regrettedhaving regrettedbaving
having saved him from the clrtuttisement of ofher ofher
her husband When Mr Reynolds is in informed 111formed
formed it is probable a warrant fur the ar arrest arrest ¬
rest of ofCuney Cuney for insulting a white lady will willbe wl11be
be sworn out ns it is to be hoped he will not notinvolve notInvolve
involve himself in trouble by taking the thelaw thelaw
law into his own hands although the provo provocation provocation ¬
cation to do so is certainly great Mrs MrsReynolds lIlrsKeynolds
Reynolds is a very handsdnie handl we gentle and andrefined andrEifined
refined lady extremely popular with the theemployes theemployes
employes of the store white and colored coloredwho coloredwho
who are lire all justly indignant at the unwar unwarranted u nwar nwarranted ¬
ranted insult she was subjected to by byCuneys byCuneys
Cuneys impudent advances It is safe saf to tostate toltate
state he will never again get his shoes shoesshincd slloessllin1
shincd in the store in question while the thepresent thepresent
present owner owner and employes are on dick dtekIt dickIt
It is i stated that Cuneys people are arewealthy arewealthy
wealthy and highly respected colored people peopleinTexas popleinTexaa
inTexas and that they furnish him with an anunlimited auunlimited
unlimited supply of funds which in Wash Washington WasbIngton ¬
ington obliterates all race lines line and with a acertain acertalu
certain class ela of white women women opens their theirdoors theIrdoon
doors and arms imns to a coal black Ethiopian on onthe ontile
the same social equality extended Ids white whitebrother whitebrother
brother brotherThe brotherThe
The only mistake Cuney made Was in inmaking inmaking
making overture overtures to the tbL wrong while whilewoman whitewoman
woman and the end is not yet yetThe yetthe
The Roebambeau R h4mbeau statute un UnVeUinlrpronl UnVeUinlrpronllaCtl Veiling prom promise ¬
laCtl ise to be bees as elaborate as It it a stprtifflgunt stprtifflguntaffair 1IKutantaffair
affair It will recall the faat that th t in the theRevolution theRevolutlou
Revolution at least lBst France and ant uot u t Eng England ¬
land was the mother and father C ther combined combinedof
of the colonies coloniesGeneral 1 1General
General Shattucs warning about immi immigration tutmigmUon ¬
gration ought to be heeded bef berre sreltTjjj s too toolate toolat
late lat One of two things must happen bap other otherwise tlier tlierwlsetbe ¬
wise wlsetbe the reduction of the Araerfeaft AmeiT 8qJler 8qJlertD tejler tejlerto
to the plane of his European feUdV Cetl6 6r 6rrevolution r I
revolution
AS TO RAPE RAPEThe RAPEThe
The Recent Conviction of ofGeorge ofGeorge
George Lyles the Negro NegroRUSHING NegroR
RUSHING R U S III N G THE GROWLER GROWLERWas G ROW L E R RW
Was W i thts lJs Lady When She Was Va1I Raped Rapedin RapedIn
in Lincoln Park at 11 Oclock at atNlRhtjRemlnils atNI
NlRhtjRemlnils NI b nemnds the Globe of an anAsfault ant
Asfault t J Case in Ohio Where the theLady thedvenlltl
Lady dvenlltl Qverdld the Business and andtlics andtl
tlics tl 6 Negro was Set free freeNbrth Free Freerth
Nbrth rth or South we have never known knownbutcue knwltbU
bU butcue lt instance of a negro charged with withrag withMDt
MDt rag by y a white woman who ever estab estabIttlitd tab tabIkJtM
Ittlitd his innocensc innocen e before a jury The ThecIjAtmcter Thectllracler
cIjAtmcter ctllracler of the white waraen has neither neitherbflen neitherb
bflen b n a factor nor a bar to t her creditability creditabilltyeven creditabilityeven
even even when it ha been impeached by coun counsel COUllset ¬
set for the negro JThr rhl one instance of ofwhich ofwhich
which we have personal knowledge was wastried wastried
tried before a Colunibue Ohio justice of ofthe ojthe
the peace whose office adjoined the news newspaper Uewpaper ¬
paper we were publishing Squire or aa aahi ask
hi k was more familiarly if not affectionately affectionatelycalled alrectionatelyeal
eal called ed Daddy Olenhausen Olenhu n was wa a Ger GerMMnAtjtBrican GermanArican
MMnAtjtBrican gentleman of flue literary literaryUtainittents literaryattaiutlts
Utainittents and a profound ignorance of oflaw oflaw
law Tliat is to say he h WM a man of com comwon com1tIOD
won sexist and of f superior understanding understandingThe undelltandll1glThe
The cafe cafe we refer to was that of a young youngGerman youngGermall
German girl a servant in a large lar e boarding boardinghouse boardinghouse
house where ere the mulatto was employed employedShe employedShe
She testified to the commission of the crime crimein crimeill
in the basement of the boarding bOf tding liouse liousewhert llousewhlrt
whert she had gone on nn m errand with a alighted aUghtedlamp
lighted Ughtedlamp lamp The case seemed clear clearenough clearenough
enough and the negro was about to be bebound beb
b bound und aver to the grand jury the first stage stageoTJta stageat
oTJta at Jder route ute to the penitentiary but we hap bappetted haplIeItild
petted to be present on a visit to our friend friendIJiddJV1 friendti
IJiddJV1 ti dcli and as the negro was unde undefepdedj undeet1de
fepdedj et1de we we asked and obtained his consent consentto consenttltek
to tltek Ask tftS fl young girl a few questions Her Herface Herface
face was wa familiar and we recalled that thatwhile Ulatwhile
while acting as adjutant general of Camp CampNeil CampNell
Neil during the great reunion she was wasbtoHght wasbIoqbt
btoHght before us with a colored man for fordotation CoririeJation
dotation of the rule rulea of the earnp earnpWhat campI campIWhat
What did you do with the lighted lamp lampwas lamwwa
was wa the tIs jlrst rst mpJtlou < asked askedtttiiok asklldUI
tttiiok UI ifMtt E my tuyhal1d hand and setit setitDid H it itail
ail lIlAtilI tU1W tU1WDid
Did he extinguish extlnrisltNo H HNo
No NoAfter I IhAfter
After the assault did you 011 take up the thelamp I Ilamp
lamp lampYes
Yes YesDidjrou YesDidyou
Didjrou scream or oall for help helpNo belpNo
No use usejnobody nobody ooukThear crould hear me mePassing mePassing
Passing from this particular assault we ye yeventured I Iventured
ventured to ask askWere askWere
Were you not ordered out of Camp Neil Neilwith Neilwith
with this man six months ago agoYes agoYes
Yes YesWhatwas YesWhat
Whatwas What was the cause of oyour your expulsion expulsionWell expUlsionWellhe
Well Wellhe he threw me down near the fence fenceand feuceand
and andWe
Well WellHe We I IHe
He assaulted me meNow meNow
Now please tell the magistrate how many manymore manymore
more times this villainous negro assaulted assaultedyou assaultedyou
you >
youThus Thus encouraged and despite the warn warnings warniDgS
ings of her lame duck attorney Casper CasperLowenstein CasperLowenstein
Lowenstein known as the paralizer she shewent shewent
went on to enumerate several times and andplaces andplaces
places when Daddy who had up to this thistime thistime
time manifested much sympathy inter interrupted interrupted ¬
rupted her in disgust and exclaimed exclaimedToo ex lalnled lalnledhToo
hToo Too much rape rapetoo too much rape I dis dismiss dlsmiss ¬
miss de case caseAnd to toAnd
And the negre was saved from a long longstretch 10n 10ntretcl1
stretch in the pen penRecently peaReC
Recently ReC utly there was WB tried convicted and andsentenced alldsentenced
sentenced to thirty years imprisonment by byJudge byJudge
Judge AnderSon a negro named George GeorgeLyles GeOfleLyles
Lyles for the crime of rape on the person personof persouof
of Miss Katie Dreager a buxom German Germangirl Germangirl
girl The crime was committed in Lincoln LincolnPark LincolnPark
Park between to 0 and n oclock at night ni ht It Itwas Itwas
was dark and raining and the girl without withoutan
an umbrella was returning through the thepark thepark
park to her temporary domicile with a abucket I
bucket of beer The negro was not arrested arresteduntil I Iuntil
until the last of April over two months monthsafter monthsafter
after the assault The negro up to the time timeof timeof
of his arrest passed daily near the domicile domicileof domicileofthe
of ofthe the complainant He was working on onthe onthe
the Government Printing Office building buildingThe buildingThe
The information the police had registered registeredon
on tjje blotter described him as twentyfour twentyfouryears twentyfouryears
years of age wearing light overcoat and andblack andblack
black derby hat The negro was never neverknown neverknown
known to dress thus thu and he proved to be beover beover
over forty and close to fifty years of age ageThe ai aiI
I The complainant testified that the negro negrohad negrohad
had met her about 8 oclock in the evening eveningMarch eveninrllarch
March 33 corner of Ninth street and Massa Massachusetts Malliacbusetts ¬
chusetts aveuue after the assault and that thathe thathe
he threatened to kill her for reporting the theLincoln tlteUncoln
Lincoln Park crime to the police Matters Mattersthen Mattersthen
then drifted alone until the last of April Aprilwhen Aprilwhen
when he was arrested in his brothers brothershouse brothershouae
house because she happening to pass passrecognised paNrecolInind
recognised him at an upper u per story window windowThe windowThe
The occupant of the room in which the thewindow tilewindow
window ia located testified telti e that the ntjrro ntjrrowas nlrrowa
was wa never in his room roomThere rooUlThere
There were a great many other facts de developed developed ¬
veloped during the trial of Lyle Such Suchfor SuchCor
for instance insta ce as the testimony of Doctor DoctorPickford DootorPickford
Pickford who testified that he made a amedical amedical
medical examination a few months after afterthe afterthe
the assault and that the victim was wastwo wastwo
two months in pregnancy pre nancy The bucket of ofbeer orbeer
beer was not spilled neither did the negro negrodrink neltrodrink
drink ill it The Thepolice police blotter was corrected in inthe inthe
the matter of the prisoners age and a I wit wituess witnCls
uess testified that Lyles was at his house houseone bouseone
one mile from CromLlncoln Lincoln Park all night ul bt of the thenight thenight
night of the crime and his former em employer employer ¬
ployer a white man gave corroborative corroborativetestimony corroborativetelitimony
testimony which went to prove that that1yles that1ylescould Jylea Jyleacould
could not be in Lincoln Park at the hour hournamed hournamed
named namedSince namedSince
Since the close of the case new testimony testimonyhas tMUmonyhas
has been discovered in favor of Lyles Lylesand Iylesand
and his counsel will appeal the case inas inasmuch inasmueh ¬
much as die trial judge denied bfs motion motionfor motionfor
for a new trial trialRead tdalRead
Read the SUNDAY GLOBR
TEXAS BULL MEAT MEATFed iEATFed
Fed to the Unfortunate In Inmates Inma ¬
mates ma es of St Elizabeth ElizabethVIOLATION iizabet iizabetVIOLATION
VIOLATION OF CONTRACT CONTRACTWhich CON T RAe T TI TVhlch
I
Which Galls For Native Steers and andCows andCowslatbaok
Cows Cowslatbaok Fatbaok and Cow Peas the theChange theOhange
Change or Diet nlctInspeotor Inspector French FrenchPasses FrencllPasscs
Passes the Dulls and au < l the Question QuestionArises Ql1cstionArises
Arises Can Oanlle He Tell a Bull From a aSteer aSteerSomebodY
SteerSomebodY Steer Somebody Enjoying a Hake uRQkco HakeOff
Off OffThe o it
The inmates of St Hlisabeth are fed on onTexas onTenl
Texas bull meat whereas the contract calls callsfor callafor
for native steersi This startling informa information luformatlon ¬
tion was given the GLOBB by a wellknown wellknownand wetlknownand
and responsible reflpon lble butcher of this city Bull Bullmeat Bullmeat
meat at best is unfit for human food being beingcoarse beingcoarse
coarse touch unpalatable andi pervaded pervadedwith pervadedwith
with a flavor the human stomach and nos nostrils no notrUs ¬
trils reject with disgust But when it itconies itCOUlel
conies to wild Texas bull meat for human humanfood humanood
food ood the limit is reached and when the bill bl1lof billof
of fare of the unfortunate inmates of St StElisabeth Stliaabetb
Elisabeth liaabetb is varied with oow peas and fat fatback Catback
back the fattest and most worthless portion portionof
of the hog the inmates are justified in inenvying inenvying
envying the convicts in our penitentiaries penitentiariestheir penitentiariestheir
their superior food foodMr foodI1lr
Mr French the meat inspector of the theAgricultural theAgricllltural
Agricultural Department passes this bull bullmeat bullnleat
meat and it ia a question whether he does docuo docuothrourh so sothrough
through ignorance or otherwise otherwiseThe otherwiseThe
The contract calls for native steers or orcows orcows
cows and Mr French knows that it does so soWhy soWhy
Why then may the GLOBB ask does he hepass hepass
pass those Texas bulls and permit the con contractor contractor ¬
tractor to palm them off as native steers steersDost steersDoes
Dost MrtFrench know a steer from a bull bullCan bullCan
Can he tell a cow when he sees one These Thesequestions Thesequestions
questions look ridiculous but that they are arejustified arejustified
justified by the facts the GLOBB submits to toan toan
an intelligent public Mr French must musteither mustI
either confess his ignorance or sit on a amore amore
I
more sinister horn of the dilemma as our ourcountryman ourcountryman
countryman Sir Jonas Harrington would wouldpufthe wouldputthe
pufthe matter matterThe matterThe
The contract price of native steers and andcow andco
cow co Va for meat consumption by the inmates inmatesof Inmatesof
of Si Elisabeth is a comfortably comC rtably fat take takejwidpsyaa takedfI7Saluyultwe
jwidpsyaa dfI7Saluyultwe very a deatu marginal profit profitNow Jtr 4t 4tNov
Now if Mr French passes pa es Texas Dulls as asnative
native steers the margin of profit is fat fattened fattened ¬
tened and a handsome rake of off for forsomebody Corsomebody
somebody at the expense of the unfortu unfortunate unfortunate ¬
nate inmates is the result If in addition additionthe additionthe
the contractor is permitted to supply fat fatback fatback
back for pork or the whole hog the themargin themargin
margin of rake offer off or profit is additionally additionallyfattened addltlonatlyfattened
fattened and a handsome divv is pos possible possible ¬
sible sibleThe sibleThe
The attention of the Agricultural Depart Department Departmeat ¬
meat isdirected to Mr French and the at attention attenUon ¬
tention of Congress to this eros violation violationof
of contract whereby Texas bull meat is sup supplied SUpplied ¬
plied for the higher priced native sti stUr stUrThe r rThe
The employes and the inmates of St Eliza Elizabeth rmzabeth ¬
beth are the sufferers by this th s negligence negligenceignorance negligenceignorance
ignorance or worse of inspector French It Itis Itis
is too absurd to suppose that the Ohio ex expert expert ¬
pert Dr Richardson is as superintendent superintendentin
in ignorance of the deception or fraud of ofsupplying oCsupplying
supplying Texas unsavory unsavor bull meat which whichis wblcbis
is practically unfit for human consumption consumptionor
or at It least unpalatable and indigestible indigestiblewhen indigestiblewhen
when the plain letter of the contract as well wellas wellas
as the price paid calls for native steer and andcow andcow
cow meats as well as pork instead of fat fatback fatback
back backLet backLet
Let Congress Con re811 investigate this matter with withthe witbthe
the other mismanagement heretofore heretoforeitetiihwd heretoforeitel
itetiihwd itel bcd in these columns and the GLOBB GLOBBguarantees QLOBIIguarantees
guarantees that pay dirt will be struck close closeto cl08eto
to the surface surfaceRECEIVED surfRceRECEIVED
RECEIVED MANY ANY CALLERS CALLERSSecretary CALLERSfleorctary
Secretary iloocly Congratulated ConJtrat ulated by byFormer byPormcr
Former Colleagues ColleaguesSecretary Oollcl1UucsSecretary
Secretary Moody received many callers callersat
at the Navy Department Friday morning morningincluding morningincluding
including a number of his former col colleagues colleagues ¬
leagues in Congress He is rapidly ac acquainting acquainting ¬
quainting himself with the condition and andneeds andneeds
needs of the service and is having the theValuable thevaluable
Valuable assistance of Rear Admiral Taylor Taylorthe Taylorthe
the new chief of the Bureau of Navigation Navigationand Navigationand
and the chiefs of the other bureaus Mr MrC MrC
C C Wells remains as private sectetary to tothe totbe
the Secretary and Mr Fred L Fishback Fishbackthe PlshbackUle
the popular and efficient clerk of the House Housecommittee Housecommittee
committee on banking and currency has hasbeen hasbeen
been appointed confidential clerk to the theSecretary theSecretary
Secretary an office formerly held by Mr MrGreer MrGreer
Greer who was recently appointed an as assistant assitant ¬
sistant paymaster in the navy and assigned assignedto a lgned lgnedto
to duty on the gunboat Marietta at New NewYork NewYork
York This is the only change that has hasmarked halmarked
marked the change in the head of the de department departnlent ¬
partment partmentAmong partnlentAmong
Among thoie who called to pay their re respects reo reospects ¬
spects to Secretary Moody during Friday Fridaywere Ifrldaywere
were Commander Von R ReheurPasclnvitz ReheurPasclnvitzGerman beur Paschwitz PaschwitzGerman
German naval attache Commander Faru Farumond PlAramond
mond French naval attache rnd Baron BaronPersen BaronPersen
Persen Russian naval attache These Tlle e for foreign foreign
eign officers were In full uniform and their theirvisit theirvisit
visit while w ne simply to pay respects was of oftidal oflicial
tidal in character characterThe characterThe
The independent local butchers won Out Outon ut utOD
on the contracts in competition with the thepackers thepackers
packers combine combineThe combineThe
The Masonic Fair cleared sixty thousand thousandCollars thousanddotlllrs
Collars and the forlhtoluiug Grand Army ArmyucampaiQut Armyeucampment
ucampaiQut will cost fully rull that th t sum This Thisjvens Ibfsevens
evens things up upDistrict upDIstrict
District Attorney Hullowney was semi semiaralyzed 8emiparllyzed
aralyzed by the gall atl of Attorney Dunlop Dutilopc DunlopCo
c Co in denying his right to nolle pros proshe prosthe
the he case of assault growing out of the Sen Sentor Senator
ator tor Money affair The Capital Traction Tractionlompany TracUol1Companya
Companya lompany assumes umes to run the courts as they theyoop theylOoP
lOoP oop the loop at the Peace Monument 1IlonllmentI
I
ENORMOUS ENOR IOUS COST COSTOf
Of the Philippine War Five FiveHundred FiveHundred
Hundred Million Dollars DollarsTHE DollarsTHE
THE ANNUAL EXPENDITURES EXPENDITURESFor
For Butcher I ni Boys Doy Ten TcJ Years of ofAce orAJe
Ace Old Women and andlU Men nUoot nUootnem8CS Hoot HootRefuses
Refuses tn Furnish the Senate In Information
f formation and Congress Appropri Appropriates ppropr pproprates I ¬
ates 18OOOOodo Annually For ForHoots i i iUoots
Hoots and Roosevelts Army In Inaludiric InolUlUnJ
aludiric Smith and Bell the Butch ButchBvery 8tche
e s sDvery
Bvery Filipino survivor of the butcheries butcheriesgoing butcheriesgoing
going on in the Philippines under the flag flagof flagor
of our oursocatted socalled Republic will cost co tmore more per perhead perhead
head than all the Indians dead and living livingwhose 1fvln 1fvlnwbole
whose lands we purchased and whose wmte wmtewe BOutewe
we sent to glory It has been conservatively conservativelyestimated conlervatiYelyestimated
estimated from the appropriations made madethat tuadebat
that the cost of the Philippine war front frontMay fr011lMav
May i 1898 to the present time amounts to tothe totb
tb the enormous sum of 300000000 The Theannual Theannual
annual appropriation for the army at present presentis
is 130000000 the greater part if not nearly nearlyall nearlyall
all of which is made necessary by our war warat warat
at the other side of the globe As a straw strawshowthe strawshowatJle
showthe current of the stream however howeversluggishso boweversluplshso
sluggishso the imperalistic acts of our high highofficials highofficials
officials Indicates the beginning of the end endof endof
of the present form of Republican govern government goyernment ¬
ment Cabinet officers now refuse or de decline decline ¬
cline to furnish information to the peoples peoplesrepresentatives peoplel1frepresentatives
representatives and the legislative le islatlve branch branchof branchor
of the government is defied by the execu executive ex CI1 CI1tlve ¬
tive or administrative arm This was den dennitrated de deQnstrated
Qnstrated nitrated in a striking manner in the Senate Senatethe SenatetIle
the past week during Senator nator Carmacks Carmacksspeech Carmacksspeech
speech on the vast expenditures in the thePhilippines thePhilippines
Philippines PhilippinesI
I understand said Senator Carmack Carmackthat Carmackthat
that the Senator front Texas Mr Culber Culberson Culber80n
son wrote to the Secretary of War making makinginquiries maklnlrInquiries
inquiries upon thi particular matter and andthat andthat
that the letter lay there foT a month unan unanswered unanswered ¬
swered I will ask the Senator if that is iscorrect iacorct
correct correctI
I will not undertake to be accurate or orexact orexact
exact about the time responded SetWtor SetWtorClilbtrsoH SelorC
ClilbtrsoH C r oM but JUin J am satisfied it t ws Mly Mlya rut ruta
a month before b ore the letter was wasuifer gintfldtfm gintfldtfmand t tand
and then it was not answered until the Sec Secretarys scretarys ¬
retarys attention was called to it a second secondtime econd econdtime
time Then the answer was a refusal refu l to togive togive
give the information informationI II III
I wish to state interrupted Senator SenatorWellington SenatorWetlington
Wellington that I directed a letter of the thesame thesame
same kind to the same source of informa information Information ¬
tion and received no reply for quite a long longtime longtime
time and the reply when a a second sec nd letter letterof letterof
of inquiry was written was of a very un unsatisfactory unsatisfactory ¬
satisfactory character characterThat cllaracterThat
That is the way information is being beinggiven beinggiven
given upon this question remarked Sena Senator Senator ¬
tor Carmack Letters are sent from Sena Senators Senators ¬
tors who are seeking information of the themost themost
most vital importance to them in n the dfsr dfsrcharge dl dlcharge
charge of their public duties and they are areignored are areIgnored
ignored One of them a member of the thecommittee thecommittee
committee charged by the Senate with in investigation investigatlon ¬
vestigation covering that very question questionwrites quetionwrites
writes a letter to the Secretary of War and andit andIt
it is treated with absolute contempt No Nonotice Nonotice
notice is taken of it whatever And when whena
a second letter is written he gets a reply replyrefusing replyrefusing
refusing to give the information I might mightadd mightadd
add that a resolution has been adopted call calling caltIng ¬
ing for that very information and there is isno isno
no answer to the resolution resolutionThis resolutionThis
This paper has before pointed out the thegross thegroea
gross assumption of the administration that thatthe tltatUle
the war in the Philippines is their especial especialenterprise especialenterprise
enterprise and that the people or their rep representatives representatlves ¬
resentatives are not concerned except to tofoot toCoot
foot the bills And the bills What do the thefarmers thefarmers
farmers farmers and the toilers of the country think thinkof thinkof
of them Five hundred millions of dollars dollarsalready 401larsalready
already sunk in the rice swamps and aad Quag JJJ1agmires Quagmires ¬
mires of Luzon and Samar and n Jibing to toshow tasbow
show for the enormous amount outline buCthecorpses outlinecorpses
corpses of children of ten years of ageami ageamiold lgeanllold
old men and womens uncovered bones bonesThe bonesThe
The cartoon C ftoon in Fridays Post told ilt an elo eloquent Io Ioquent ¬
quent story to the eternal disgrace of the theAmerican theAmerican
American name and character but even evenWeylers evenWeylers
Weylers horror at Smiths order is not notmore notmore
more astonishing than the supineness of the theAmerican theAmerican
American people p ople and its Congress Congre e at the thehigh thehigh
high banded imperialistic assumptions of ofthe ofthe
the Roosevelt administration in the person personof personof
of the Secretary of War WarStanton WarStanton
Stanton himself in the crisis of the Civil CivilWar CivilWar
War dare not send a United States Senator Senatorsuch Senatorsuch
such an answer as Mr Culberson received receivedfrom receivedCrolU
from Secretary Root RootThe RootThe
The Philippine Comtnitte pf f the Senate Senatehave Senatebave
have finally determined to summon Major MajorGardner 1lajo1Gardner
Gardner whose wko e protest and expose of ofmilitary ofmilitary
military atrocities has been widely circu circulated elrcuIlted ¬
lated by the presni PA8II The committee how however l ow owever ¬
ever balked on Agulnaldo and that much muchmaligned muchmaUrned
maligned individual who has been called calledmurderer alledmurderer
murderer thief etc will not be given an anopportunity anopportunity
opportunity to inform the American public publicof publicofhla
of ofhla his side ide ofthe case Geneial MaeArthur MaeArthurhowever Ma Arthur Arthurhowever
however did not characterize him as aa aaHStawin aa1t81tU181n
HStawin and we have only little Freddie FreddieFunstons PreddlePunstons
Funstons wordlthat word tbat Aggy informed him himhe Iimh
he h ordered a rival Filipino general shot shotThe shotThe
The Democratic members of the Senate SenatePhilippine SenatePhilippine
Philippine Committee notably Sanator SanatorPatterson Snl1torPatterson
Patterson are developing information informati n on onthe onthe
the conduct of the Philippine war which whichis wblchill
is astounding the American oeople When WhenMajor WbeaMajor
Major Gardner arrives and informs the thepublic thepublic
public of what he has seen enacted under underiiis underhis
iiis own eyes the revelations will shock not notonly notonly
only the United States but the civilised civilisedworld eiViUlHtJworld
worldPlIsonal world worldPersonal
Personal tax is a fraud and causes more moreisrjury morepsrj
psrj isrjury ryannually annually among pewholders than thanriqiinals thancriltlnats
criltlnats riqiinals are guilty of the whole year yearound yearround
round The personal tax catches the uter uterbant merchant
chant bant whose goods can be seen by the as asessor asSC880r
essor and estimated upon but the broker brokerhe brokerthe
the he banker the speculator and the big rich richnen richmen
men nen with millions in hidden Mocks IItoC and andloads an anbouds
loads beat the game with their little oaths

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