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PRICE 5 CENTS.
The Chinese Boycott
(by Volcano Marshall)
Without bombastic lxmstfulno?,
1 emphatically declare that no ninii
imperfectly iic(iiaiiitt(l with tho
Knglish language, during n similar
period of residence in (.'hina.ha-i
written more iiro-Cliimo articles
than I. As editor of the first mid
only American newspaper publish
ed in China, I was tho stalwart
mipporter of China' entity; 1 de
nounced, with all the vigor of my
Mammering pen, the lloxer indem
nity, declaring it exorbitant and
outrageous I drought the Supao
prisoner) out of jail and made the
cae international. My work was
tho work of n conscientious man,
pecking no reward hut tho knowl
...I,.,, f ilniv well nerfornied.
Again, without lwnib:itie lwastful
ticss, 1 mention these thing-) to re
move the Main ot prejudice, irum
wlmt I urn iihout to write.
The longer 1 reside in China the
more lirnilv 1 am impressed with
the fact that the Chinese, with rare
exceptions, lire nicorrigiulogauf
II ... ' uu!..!Lli. tin-,! nutl lllpor-
liiers, incoriijjiiiiiv . -
riuihle thieves. They believe,
tttempt the slaughter of innoceutl American in China, whether he ho
lirmlv lioliovc, in the immorality
of the foul. Their lingers arc tar
red with take. They will burglar
ize your troii'oi".' pockets and steal
your fale teeth reposing over night
in a gla-4 of rain water. God, in
His lntinite Goodness and .Mercy,
made the Chinnman to lie u prod
iitory ineiir-ioni-t on the rest of
When Uoiijnmiii Ininklin af
fixed his name to the Declaration
of Independence, turning to Oliver
Wolcott of Connecticut, ho said:
'.Now is the time when we must all
stand together, for if wo do not wo
bhall each ho hanged separately.
And now is the time when every
foreigner in China; in fact, in tho
Orient, must stand together.
The t'hilie-o have, in their tin-link-
nttnek on foreigners, in tho
i.,.MUiMitiiii of nronertv, in their
finliniire of law ami order, denimc
vtratcd their hatred of conditions
w.t rivrisiioiidinir to tho low, no
hased and depraved etpiality of
1 1 is the he'iL'ht of idiotic idio
bvncrasv, idiotic lolly aim imoiiu
knavery for tho Viceroy and tho
Taotai' to vainly attempt to con
vince, even tho most stupid for
eigner residing in Shanghai, that
the attack Jlonday on this Settle
ment wai not a concerted attack,
deliberately planned, most bellig
erently executed. True, there
were niohs. There is ertaiuly
nothing extenuating in this state
mentfor wasn't it devised by tho
leaders that there should bo plenty
nf mobs, plenty of looting and ap
palling plenUou-noss of foreign
blood-died. Heboid the criminal
indecency of the-e peaeock-lx-'deck-ed
(tlieials, in attributing tho ac
tion of every Chinese merchant in
closing bis More on .Monday, to the
command of an anonymously pun
ted and anonymously circulated
placard from an irresponsible Chi
DOM' prinler! Again behold tho
criminal enormity of their dcclartt-iou-!
Who were the otheials tluU cm
ployed this irresponsible printer
,m,l gave oflieial sanction to his
printed screeds ( Who were tho
gentry that paid this irresponsible
printer and greased with unholy
coin the polluted hands of tho
coolies that scattered them promis
cuously throughout tho Settle
ment . And this, too, when this
community was on tho eve of cele
brating tho anniversary of tho
humble Nnzarcno who camo out of
Galilee, preaching peueo on earth,
irood will toward menl
Theso aro pertinent, burning,
vitnl (incstiom. Tho acts of tho
resident, out-IIerod Herod, who
slew all the children in Hethlehcm,
and in all the coasts thereof, from
two years old and under. "Jbichel
weeping for her children, and
would not be comforted, liceauso
they wero not."
With my editor's permission I
want to recall nil incident that hap
pened in my life, when I was much
younger in years than now, and
which cannot lo eradicated from
my mind. It was at Jlig Sandy,
Wyoming. Tho sky became over
cast with ominously dark clouds,
and the blackness of night came on
with furious rapidity; tho light
ning forked nnd tho tempest's
wrath thundered. With compan
ions far braver than I, we were ap
prehensive that an awful strugglo
would happen n battle lictween
tho elements, tho resolvo of man
and the cowardice of tho brutal ani
innl kingdom for wo were on tho
trail with 8,000 Oregon cattle. Slid
donly, alxivo tho thunder's roar, a
olcano .Marshall or American
Consul General Kodgors, who, for
tho purpose of selling Standard
Spoils or St. Hawles Dream, will
advocate unrestricted Chinese
Coolie immigration to his great
and grand country, deserves to bo
bunged from the highest elevation
of the Water Works, his carcass to
remain in suspension, that every
jacksnipe, in its (light over town,
may look, see and abhor 1
At this glad season, 1 wish to m
prNe my .Mongolian brethren, on
L'UL'cd in enterliiiiiinK American
ttffH t tttt t
! Sir Henry Morgan,
By CYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY.
Author of "The Southerners," "For Love
of Country," "The Gtip of Honor," Etc.
COPYRIGHT, lOO.'t, Y U. V. DILLINGHAM COMPANY
r -r-r t --
(Continued from Saturday)
Meanwhile tho crow bad been re
charging the battery and reloading the
small arms. Morgan addressed to
them n few words of hearty approval
of Ibclr previous actions and predicted
an ensy victory over tbo two ships.
The Spanish captain naturally sup
posed and Indeed tho courses upon
which the threo ships were sailing If
missionaries and Ixiycotting Anier-Pc"ls,e, 'n.wu'l nn,v, hro"M "'"'Vl
, , ,. ,, ." . I tho result that the Mary lloso would
, . ., . 'I . . 'UIU ivouu mm II1U .1IUI IIUBV VtUIIIII
lean products, that tho American . , ,... iaTbo.tA side and tho
Congress has rejected einphatical- two vessels would engage In tlio for
ly, most emphatically rejected, all mnl manner of tho period, yanlarm to
, . ' ., ,;. ' ,.i inrdarm until tbo galleon tould get
amendments to tho Chinese hxclii- . ncllon nnil M ,clt0 ,t , le ,nlr.
siou Act. posed way. Ho Intended, of course. If
And now, in conclusion, at this " "' ' ,'rou5h,t nb?ut' ,0 l,row
,i . ,. l .i i i the masses of soldiers ho was trans
glad sea-on, when there should bo h (he ,....,, ,. k,
lio rankle in the human breast, I
want to and shall piopo"c a toast
to my Mongolian brethren at tho
feast I have furnished them today.
jrout noise was heard: it was the , Wo will drink it standing and in
bawling and the bellowing of the, silence. It is this: ON WITH
brutes. And then followed a THK IlOYCOTTI Again
iui"htv sound of hoof beats, blood
curdling, marrow-cliiiiing in us
ruelty. Tho earth trembled, wav
ed ami shook ino emtio nim siaiii-
neded. On Hoot steeds, with pul
sating hearts but fixed resolution,
ivo lode into torrential ram, into
the bellowing, roaring mass of ter
rified creatures, into tho light-
W I'M 'ME BOYCOTT!!
"THE OLD SCRATCH.'
end carry the frigate by boarding.
Again Morgan put llornlgold In
charge of the maneuvering of the ship,
Mid ngaln that old worthy chute to
handle the spokes himself There was
a brief conversation between thcm.and
then the English captain ran forward
on the forecnstle. Tlio shlna were
cry near now. In a uiomen! or two
they would pass each oilier In parallel
courses, though In opposite directions,
tnd their broadsides would bear. Hut
I when the Mary Hose was about n ca
I bio's length from tho Spanish frlgato
the nstniilshcd don henrd a sharp com
mand ring out from the approaching
t'ngllsli ship, niter which she made u
How the Evil One Came to be Popu
larly Known as "The Old Scratch."
One of the ninny familiar names of SUk sweep nnd camo driving straight
his satanlc majesty lis "The Old at him nt n furious speed. The English
Scratch." It Is undoubtedly due to lanlnln Intended to run him down!
I the fact that scratclllnir IS SO disagree ThntM wnu tfi Itn nn tinnnnt-e nlnni hia
ning s liluiiling llnslies, (leiermiiieii nnio mat jicopic mougut u no womb Lroadslde. The other was uixin him!
Morgan had counted upon this very
catastrophe. A twist of I he helm, n
touch of the braces, and the prow of
tho Mary Hoso swung to windward.
As her batteries bore she hurled thejr
messengers of death Into tho crowded
masses on the Spanish ships. Although
dismayed by the collision, the gunners
on tbo frlgato mode a spirited reply
wldi n discharge, which at such clone
range did much execution.
Unfortunately for her. the Mary
Hose had rushed so close to the two
cntnngleil ships that It was Impossible
for her to cscapo hitting them. Tho
Kngllsh captain would have given any
thlnrj If he could hnvo gone free of the
mnss, for he could lmvo passed under
tho stem of the two helpless ships,
raked them nnd probably would hnve
bad them at bis mercy, but his dash
nt them had been an earnest ono. nnd
In order to carry out his plan success
fully ha hnd been forced to throw his
shin right iiunn them. Therefore.
though tho helm was shifted nnd the
braces hauled In an effort to get clear,
and though the ship under Morgan's
conning and Hnrnlgold's steeling was
hnndled as few ships hae eer been
bandied, nnd though It was one nf the
speediest nnd most wentherly of -.es-
scls, they could not entirely swing her
clear. The stern of tho frigate crash
ed against tho stem of tho nearest
Spanish ship drifting frantically to
Tho Spanish rnptaln, mortified nnd
Let those who lovo
of the mainmast and on the lurernstlo our ship Is there
Itself, with the hardiest splrln In the. life follow me'"
front line and Morgan hlm. If In ad- He sprang nt the burning rail of tho
vancc of all. sword In hand the two
parties contemplated each oilier for n
little space Just before Joining In tho
Tho poop nnd quarter duk were
crowded so thick with Spanish sol
diers and sailors Hint room could
scarcely be found for the Increasing
procession, for. anxious to be In nt tho
death, the men of the galleon clinging
to the frlgnte ran across and Joined
their comrades Here were trained
nnd cternn soldiers in overwhelming
numbers, with tho ndvantago of ivosl-
ilon In that they fought from nbove
Spanish frigate lllack Dog was nt his
heels; lien llornlgold followed hard
upon; Teach was on the other side.
From tho wnlst It.ienenu nnd tho
Ilrazlllnn strove to Inspire the men.
Old Velsers from the forecastle ilrova
their forward as quickly as he could.
Presently they recovered their cotirago
In mimic measure, for the fighting force
of the enemy hnd disappeared. They
had lost a ship, but (hero were two
other ships before them. They
swnrmed over the rail with cheers and
cries. There was little or no resist-
nnce. Tho men of the frlgnte wero
down, to oppose which Morgan hnd hls'gtunned Into helplessness by the explo-
muuey cruw iiuiiiuu mm. slon. although the captain of tho gnl-
"Yield. you dastardly villain' ,icon milled n few men nnd fought
shouted tho captain of the Spanish ,,. tl(,y wcr0 clll ,iow,. anj tu
frigate, who was In the foro of his men. ' two -, wcr ,,,,.. Iiy Horm.
"Shnll I hnvo good quarter?" cried i They hnd scarcely gained the deck
Morgan. nf the galleon before tho remains of
A low growl ran through the ranks thc ,Mnr). Uo, Bank i)Ctirath the sea,
of tbo buccaneers at this question. et . ollnie, upon her decks vainly
the rnpscalllons among tho crew back .crying for succor,
of him Instantly look up the cry. j)y this tlmo the weather sldo of tho
"Quarter! Quarter! Wo surrender! rcn:nlnlng Spanish ship was a mass of
We strike' Kor heaven's snko" flnmc. and there was Imminent dan-
"Sllcnco!" roared Morgan, an order BCr thnt tho flro ,. , Coniinunl
whlch wns enforced by tho olflccrs nnd cn(cd t0 th0 galleon. Giving his men
vetcrnns by flerco blows with pistol ,mo for not,nK, Morgnn set to work
butts, hilts of swords nnd even naked furiously to extricate himself Axes
lists. "I would hear tho answer of the ',, ),ntchets wero piled and all tho
Spanish captain. .Isklli nnd senmanshlp of tho conquer-
"We give no quarter to pirates nnd ,,,., iiro,Ight nto vay. Anally they
murderers" the other shouted -succeeded In getting clear and work-
"That's what I thought, said Mor- nK nway from tll0 laming frKato.
gnn triumphantly, nnd ns ho spoke ho MljrKtln at onco pllt th0 Ealcon beforo
urew iroin inn init.-Ki.-i u au.vr ...,;,,, .,,. ,,, wncn ,, ,,. ,lrawn
shrilly before the wondering men
At thnt Instant Teach, followed by
the few men who hnd remained below
In tlio powder division, came running
up to Morgan rom the hatchway be
tween tlio two forces.
"Is't done?" cried tbo cnptaln.
"A jo. sir In nnothcr"
"Forward, gentlemen!" shouted the
Spnnlsh captain, dropping from tho
quarter deck to tho main deck. "God
and St. Jngo' Hnvo at them!"
Ilcforo he had taken two steps tho
terrlllc roar of n deafening explosion
came to the startled buccaneers out
of the blast of flamo nnd smoke. In tho
midst of which could be heard shrieks
and groans of thc most terrible nn
humlllnted beyond expression by the gulsli. Tench had connected the pow-
mishap, Instantly realized that this
contact presented them with a possi
bility of retrieving themselves, lie
fore tbo ships could be separated grap
pling Irons wero thrown, nnd In a see-
to conquer annual fear and UuU'b 'u lw "" ""6i'. ,:','' ,,,' " '.- cwn,r,or tn onmsn.ng mji m,a , t)irco wero locked In a close
,, ruff keeps ono scratching nil the time; loomed up before him tremendously. miirnen Mnrrnn im.i nntipinnii.i ti.u
untiite. ."ot only disagreeable but considered lnstnntly nil was confusion on tho -situation nlso although ho had honed
I recently passed through a sim- very Inelegant In polite society as It Bpanlsh ship. The stecrsmnn lost his to avoid It nnd hnd prepared for It Ah
ibtr incident to the ono described. jjj",l 'C-bccauso one ought to keep lentl nn( without orders put his helm t10 two ships becamu rnst the lilgli
i-i i .. ,. ,i:,i ... i,,, ,no 8cn,l' B0 c'cnn that It would not p sharply. Some ouo cut tho sheet I10on nnd rail of tho Simnlnrd wero
1 his one, however, did not happen n To euro the scalp of dandrufl 0 the After sail on the hugo lateen !S with iron capped Cn, They
on tho houseless, coyote-haunted effectively, uso Newbros Herplclde. II yaru-( nnd thc frlgato went whirling swarmed over on tho lower poop and
plains nf Wyoming. Tho sccno ltl1'8 ln.0. " ll,a.t. "cale8 .tne,,I1a1u'1, "round on her heel llko n top In a vlo.(I,mrtt,r ,ivcU ot t, Mary Itoso In n
v s in mir lmnstetl model Settle-' J"?' Whl,Ch nU"rC,"m nary v ,al "" lcnt nml fn,al as "e" aB valn """ft dense mass. Tho small arms on both
was in our iH.asted mode b.tt o- in r ,, flnalIy baldness. .No othe. t0 Kct out 0f tho road. F,i0R ha,i i,coll discharged a moment
inellt, on Auukllig Iioad; tlio hoiir.llinlr preparation kilts the dandruff. it was a most foolish maneuver, for! before nnd there hnd been no tlmo to
It o'clock in tho morning. 1 was, ' f,rm- Herplclde also U a very delight- ,1080 at hand on the lee sldo of her reload.' Tho remnlndor of the engage.
11,11,1i,l 1... t1,n 1il,.ed nssnr- . "'' cnectlo liulr-tlrcsslnB. So.d the gnlleon camo Uunherlng along. Her menl to nil Intents nnd purposes would
accompanied l tho Ults-ed assur iy ,ca(1nB driiBBlst. Send lOc. In captaln, too, hnd seen tho peril and bo fought with tho cold steel.
anco 01 saiety wiueu tseuuuy gives smmjisiur Bini'tu ;uVlc '.vrpnioev-t'-. had elected to meet It by tacking un- Tho ndvantnge wns now with tho
Ionian. IW111IT to hoiiorilblu toil, 111V, "llul,11 ,'"'1- """llr ""' " der his consort's stern, but Ho wns too Spaniards, whoso force outnumbered
ilmm-lii enm-nssiuir tho iovsof tho. ' asm"- uror, nnd thc other ship fell off nnd the pirates two or three to one. Sup
hough S cnmnssiiif, tho joS OI tlio was swept to leeward too rapidly. Ills pr8ng as It was to tho old buccaneers
ueineiu.) uiu in mum iui mr, ...... jiecno oawn: iH ti,oro a moro henu- oWn "'"P- cuniuersomo nnu unwiciuy, and tlio bolder spirits among nis crew,
a terrifying uproar aroused 1110 tlful spectacle on earth than tho moon l)cy always were, was slow In nn whose blood was up sufficiently to en-
from revelation. rising ffill orbed from tho peaceful
. L . ,. 1 1 1 Ibosom of tho !nke7' Gladdlo Klstcr.
I'll tho street, ill solid lillillailX, .-kq. indeed! I could sit heru bom
eaiue the flotsam ami jetsam, fully inter hour waiting for It t" " Pollco
I (Win utnimr nf Mlllldlirill KOCletV. '"" luuut:uiy upiivuuuHi . in, lueiu
.l,IIUU strong, 01 .Miinuariu olil. . .. . k , f,a
I'ox-inurkvd faces woro numerous; that c'vrurs walsbt or I'll run yez In
retreating foreheads nnd ohl iipiely-, liegobsl "Chicago Tribune.
nelinetl eyes, llasliing hellish hate
pwcrlng tho helm. Tho frlgato and nlile them to long for tho onset. Mor-
gnlleon came together with a terrlflo f-nn had run to the wnlst of the ship
crash. Tho shock enrrled nway the! when ho saw tho Inevitable, collision
foro topmast of the frlgnte, which fell and had called all hands from tho poop
across tho head yards of tho galleon. ' nnd nuarter Tho Mary Itoso was pro-
joung felly! Take y'r nrrum nway fr'm Tho two ships were lnstnntly locked vlded with nn elevated quarter deck
logcuicr. incy swung tinning anu nnu auovo inai a nign poop, .ihimik
helpless In the tossing waters. big men In tho gangways Just forward
der with the fuse, and when he had
heard the sound of Morgan's whistle,
tho agreed slgnnl, ho hnd Ignited It
nnd blown up the stern of thc frlgnte.
The Spaniards wero hurletl 111 every
direction. So powerful wns the ton
cusslon thnt tho front ranks of the hue
enneers wero also thrown down by It.
Morgan happened to fall by the side ot
tho Snan sli cnptaln, and thc latter,
though badly wounded, with determln
nway a short dlstanco hove to the ship
to take account of tho damage beforo
determining his futuro course.
I'nr h.vk on the ocean and low In
thc water drifted the sinking remnlns
of the first Spnnlsh frigate. Near at
haul was th" bulk of the second ship,
now j blazing furnace. The first wns
filled with living men. many of them
desperately wounded. No attention
.was paid to them by tho buccaneers.
They cried for mercy unheeded. An
wn), their siiBpenso would soon bo ov
er. Indeed, the first ship sank nnd
the second blew up with n fearful ex
plosion a short time nftcr they got
nway. A brief Inspection showed thnt
the galleon hnd suffered little or no
damnge that could not be repaired eas
I'y nt sea. Taking account of his men,
Morgnn found that about twenty wero
missing. Tnklng no care for them nor
for thc two ships ho had fought so
splendidly, plrnto though he was, bo
clapped sail on tho galleon and lioru
awny to the southward.
The Almlrnnto Itecaldc. for such was
cd nnd heroic vnlor raised himself on H", nnmo of tho gal eon. was easily
bis arm nnd strovo to kill the bucca ' speedily repaired by the skilled
neer Ilut tho faithful Cnilb, who had seamen of the Mary Itoso under such
reserved ono charged pistol by his leadership and direction as tho expert-
mnslcr's commnnd for such an omoi- l"l " ."rgnn nnu mo oincers niioru
gency Bhot him dead, C('- "J" tho beginning of the first dog
Morgan struggled to his feet nnd watch even n critical Inspection would
looked nt the scene. Some of his men scarcely hnvo shown that sho had
did not rise with tho others, for they been In action. With tho wlso forc
had been killed by tho fnlllng splln-1 thought of a seaman, Morgnn had sub
tcrs and bits of Iron. The whole lordlnated every other duty to tho task
everywhere) appeared. In their
profenity these creatures churned C
the air into cyclonic fury. As thoyC
advanced they hurled n hurricano '
of missiles at every object foreign '
in character, even foreign in as
pect. On camo this tidal wave of
hybrid villains, bent on destruo-!
tion, spoliation mid slaughter. I!
was torn from my rickshaw, tram-,
plod oil, disfigured, tho vehicle Ik.-'
ing demolished. It Unshed to my
mind that tho valediction of life
had eouie. Hut this mob of thieves,
cut-throats and murderers pas-etl
over my prostrate body to burn the
police station, attack the city hall
and gut tho Hotel Annex. Oh,1
how every ono of those infamous
creatures, conceived in iniquity,
Imji'H in sin, fostered 111 crime, tie
servtd killing! Hitler, say you .
Not at all. I cannot say anything
more flattering in merciful kind-
As I retrained my feet I looked,
for some place of security. There ( 1
was none. 1 looked for some kind
ly face, some assisting hand. Xo.
I-'veiywhcre my eyes turned deep
visaged hato was there. And hero'
is substantiation of whnt 1 bavo
already said, that this was a deep-'
ly conspired plot, purely anti-for-l
eign in character. I
Linipingly, but with clenched
fists, as I slowly crawled down
You Should Use
stem of the Mary Hose was gone.
Thero wns not a Spaniard left beforo
them. A few figures shrieking vainly
lor help, clinching nt floating pieces of
timber, might be seen struggling In
tbo sea. Tho Spanish frigate had a
great hole In tho port sldo of her niter
works. She was on fire. The threo
ships wero rocking as If In a hurricane.
Punic filled tho minds of tlio greater
part of tho buccaneers at this tremen
dous catastrophe. Had Morgan to
nvo himself ruined his own ship?
They were appalled by tho terrific ex
pedient of their captain. Wild cries
and Imprecations burst forth.
"Tho ship is sinking!"
"Wo nrc lost!"
"Sllcnco!" shouted Morgan ngaln
nnd again. "Tho ship Is sinking, but
of making tho vessel lit for any dan
ger of the sea, nnd ho had deferred
any careful examination of her cargo
until everything bad been put ship
shape again, although by his hurrted
questioning of tho surviving officers
lie had learned that tho Almlrnnto no.
cable was indeed loaded with treasuro
of I'eru, which hnd been received by
her via tho Isthmu of Panama for
transportation to Spain. On board her
wero several priests returning to
8pnln nnd nlso an aged abbess, Sister
In ten different streets of Paris thero
aro as many different fountains, wbcia
tor n penny you may buy twenty-two
gallons of wnter or fill your bucket for
a centime, tbo tenth of a penny.
GOOD FOR THE HEALTH,
GOOD FOR THE POCKET,
AND GOOD ALL THE TIME
Makes the best bread and goes furthest.
Ask your dealer for it.
ofllcials or tho gentry, who excited funking ltoad, this, thought was
tho inob-3 of thousand. -Monday to conspicuously in my mind. Tho
r'AT TtaDMTA TTET?r. nc T TT
I Sole Agents
ON TO IT1
fl Chicago Record-Herald.