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Hun Hung Himself HimselfThe HimselfI
I The rtc rtcnt nt election in Maryland Marylandrcal1 Matylandracfllls
racfllls rcal1 the bibicIl illustrati illustration n of ofHaman ofHamaii
Haman and Modicai The dis distinuuished distinguished
tinuuished r txSenator of the State Stater Stateof Stateof
of Maryland Mr h Gorman after afterhaving afterhaving
having roceivcd the aid of such suchlNegroes suchNegroe
lNegroes who left their theirparty party instead insteadof insteadof
of re reirarding warding thorn for services ren rendered renTi
Ti dered erod was instrumental in pass passjng passjng
jng a bill by the ligislatu e t t dis disfranchise disfranchise
franchise them to enl enabl l him to tocarry tor tocarry
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carry the State and elect such men mento meni
i to office to advance his political polHiculambition politicalt
t ambition But how sadly ho was wasdisappointed wasdisappointed
disappointed The Negroes who whowere whowere
were the willing tools of the demo democratic demoeratic
cratic party were compensated compensatcdby compensatcdbythe by bythe
the passage of an act to disfran disfranchise disfranchise
chise them The act that became becameeo
i eo law opperated against the man manwho manI
I who instigated it and instead of ofapI ofi
i apI appeasing > easing his own ambition lie was washung washung
hung upon the gallows that he bad haderected
erected for hisfaithful black allies alliesGod alliesGod
God knew that the ignorant Negro Negroknew Negroknew
knew not whltthe was doing He HeSaw Hesaw
Saw danger ahead for the poor and andingnorant andinguorant
ingnorant of a despised people He Hef Hetherefore
f therefore changed the political politicalwaTe politicalware
ware and returned to the thelaw law mak making making
ing tribunal mon whom he thought thoughtwould thoughtti
would wouldprotect protect and de defend end the liber libertics liberties
tics of the people Mr r Gorman Gormanllung Gormanhung
ti hung himself and with the rope he hemade hemado
peace made for others Let him rest in inpeace inpeace
Hiram Natty Wln Wln1h6 WlnTli
1h6 Tli republicans of Maryland Marylandshowed hrylandshowed
showed rood ood sense in reelecting
j I f Hon Hiram VAtty to the City CityCouncil
Council Mr lattj is ono of the thebest thebeet
best known mn in the State of offftryland
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Maryland and 9 true blue republi republican republit
t can The independent candidate candidateMr candidateMr
Mr Dixon who fDB supported by bythe bythe
the democrats and few disgrun disgruntled disgruntledcolored tIed tIedcolored
colored men resulted in his defeat defeatHe defeatHe
He only received two hundred hundredvotes
votes equal to the majority received receivedby receivedby
by Mr Watty Notwithstan Notwithstanding ng tl tldisfranchisement LIdisfranchisement
disfranchisement of the Negro NegroTot08 Negroyotos
Tot08 the colored politicans worked workedmnnfully workedj
j manfully and taught every colored coloredman
1 man who could not rend or write writeto writeto
to do so whish enabled all of them themI
I to vote intelligently This was a ai alight
i light ght of Mr W Wattys nttyts life and he heand lieand
and his staunch friends deserve deservegre deservej
j gre great t credit for the victory they theyachieved theyachieved
achieved in this election Senator SenatorMcComas
1 McComas condn conducted ted the fight fightpersonally fightt1
t1 personally and was confident of ofIUCCCSS ofluccess
IUCCCSS from start to fi finish nish MrWatty Mr MrVatty
Vatty is a popular young man and anda anda
a first class politician He demon demonstrated demonstrated
strated this in his recent victory victoryover victoryover
over the opposition of a few col colorell
3 orell traitors and the white dem demJ dernt
J t ii f ocrats in the city of Baltimore BaltimoreAsks Baltimorea
a Asks for Help HelpThereis
4 Thereis Thereisnappeal nappeal from theSoutb theSoutbnUlde thoSouthr
r nUlde specially to colored people peoplerequesting peopleS
S requesting aid for the suffering sufferingblacks sufferingblacks
blacks in Florida Now is the thetime theS
S time for our patriotic colored pe pe111e peo peor
r 111e ill this sOlltion of the country countryto
t to respond liberally to the call callThe callThe
The cOlflmuniootion will be seen in inanother inanother
another column of this thispaper paper which whichwill whichwill
will show what is needed Thosa Thosawho
i who desire tt t contribution will willsend wille
e send their money directly to D B BMcGary BMcOary
McGary Esq cluuhier of the theCopital theOopital
Copital Svi Stvings ogs Bank 609 F F street streetnorthwest streetnorthwest
northwest who will forward the thesame thesame
same dir8cely to the Committee OommitteeA
A Good Man Man1hero ManS
S ir There is no man ill the pu public bUc bUcservice
1 1 service more descrying of com commen men meni
4
i dation than Mr O J Ricketts of ofthe ofthe
the Government Printing Office OfficeThere JificeS
S There never W was B a man moro de deserving
1 serving of the united nppport of ofall ofall
all good repu republicans bIicanp than Mr MrRicketts MrRicketts
Ricketts There are a numbe of ofbArking ofbarking
bArking dogs in the city who are us usharmless asharmless
harmless ns their tt ttacka acks because oecauseJ
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rood men are more moreabasod abused than the thescoundrl
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I sCoundrll Good men know their theirfriends theirfriends
friends but a scoundrel sees noth nothing nothing
ing good only in himself himselfHe himselfHe
He May Not Leave LeaveFrOlft LeaveFrom
From the Pine Bluff Herald HeraldBrother HeraldBrother
Brother Chase endeavors to persuade persuadeexCongressman persuadeexCongressman
exCongressman White to remain remain in inNorth in intorth
North Carolina He says among other otherthmgs otherthirgs
thmgs There is no lace better sUIted sUItedfor suitedfor
for the ne negrothan rothan the south Jt It must mustBJtx mustBXB
BJtx that Brother Chase made that thatstatement thatstatement
statement for the Express purpose purposeof purposeofhearingsomething
of ofhearingsomething hearing something drop in Texas TexasNOJ TexasNo
NOJ No the The Bee desires to say sayfor sayfor
for the benefit of its esteemed con contemporary contemporary
temporary tha that this city is a load loadstone loadStOne
stone and when people enter it they theynever theynever
never leave When he does leave leavehis leavehis
his departure will be H lieriiled lieriiledthroughout ieraIedthroughout
throughout Pine Bluff BluffRebuke BluffRebuke
Rebuke to Gorman GormanThe GormanThe
The good citiz citizens ns of Maryland Marylandgave Iarylandgave
gave the democratic oxSel1tor 8 8just ajust
just rebuke on last Monday ond8Y It Itwas Itwas
was 1 just and timely retribution to tothe tothe
the dcnib demitic l Ktic party and nd au in indorsement indorsement
dorsement of Sen Senator tor McOomas McOomasIt
It wasare was a republican ublicfl victory pure and andsimple nd ndsimple
simple It r demonstrated the fact factthat factthat
that Northern democrats dont be believe believe
lieve in Southern tactics neifher neifherdo neifherdo
do they toleri1te the dislrLnchi disfriuchisement e ement
ment of any citizen without a jUS jUScause juscaise
cause Senator lcOomas is to be becongratulated becongratulated
congratulated
Good OoodFr GoodFr
Fr m the St Joseph Mo Radical RadicallOPEKA RadicalTOPEKA
TOPEKA has a Negro councilman a aNegro aNegro
Negro member of the board of educa education education
tion a Negro deputy sheriff a Ne Negro Negrocity ro rocity
city marshal as well as a Negro fire firecompany firecompany
company The Negro voting popuIn popuIntion population
tion is isjust just about equal to that of tlis tliscity tiiscity
city As compared with Topeka what whathave I
have St Joseph Negroes Answer AnswerNothing AnswerNothing
Nothing Nothinghe NothingIhe
Ihe he District of Columbia hAs hAstwo hastwo
two Colored members of the school schoolboard schoolboard
board a few negro policemen one oneor oneor
or two negro firemen N Now ow that thatwe thatwe
we have a new file chief perhaps W wi wimay J Jmay
may have a few more in the fire firedepartment firedepartment
department Good times are coming comingUSELESS comingUSELESS
USELESS LITTLE BITS BITSI BITSIn
I In Germany a merchant was recent recent1y recent1y
1y fined for using a quotation from fromtIle fromthe
tIle Bible as the beginning of an adver advertisement advertisement
tisement tisementSara tisementSara
Sara Bernhardts latest gown is sai saito saki sakito
to have cost 7000 It is decorated decoratedwith decoratedwith
with diamonds and turquoises and the theskins theskins
skins of 200 ermines were required to toline toline
line the train trainHetty trainiletty
Hetty Green was in Boston the oth other other
er day and was invited to visit a the theater theater
ater in the evening The richest wom woman wom woman
an in America declined saying she shedid shedid
did not have any clothes good goodenough goodenough
enough enoughW1 enoughWifen
W1 Wifen en Mr r Hare got his first London Londonengagement Londonengagement
engagement he was paid ten dollars dollarsa
a week for playing Sam Gerridge in inCaste inCaste
Caste A few years later he de declined dedilned
clined an offer of 500 oo a week to play playthe playthe
the same part Circumstances alter altercases altercases
cases in the copybook phrase phraseCot phraseCol
Cot Sharpe assistant commissary commissarygeneral commissarygeneral
general of o the army is a strong be believer beuiever
liever in the policy of giving soldiers soldiersa
a liberal supply of sweetmeats sweetmeatsWhen sweetmeatsWhen
When you ou give the boys candy says sayshe sayshe
he they dont want to drink whisky whiskyYou whiskyYou
You never saw an old toper eating eatingcandy eatingcandy
candy I think the men n nw w in the thePhilippines thePhilippines
Philippines should have threequar threequarters threequarters
ters of a pound per month each eachThats eachThats
Thats what we are sending them themSTUBBORN themSTUBBORN
STUBBORN FACTS FACTSThe FACTSThe
The average number of medical stu students students
dents in London is 549 549An 549An
An acre of growing wheat uses 6C 6Ctons CCtons
tons of water a month monthThere monthThere
There are 1150000 ciyillaw civil law suits per peryear peryear
year in England 708000 in France FranceDritiih FranceBritish
British farmers and gardeners used usedE32OOOOOO
E32OOOOOO worth of fertilizers yearly yearlyEurope yearlyEurope
Europe grows but 27000000 acres ot otmaize ofmaize
maize against 73000000 in the United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States StatesTwentynine StatesTwentynine
Twentynine thousand five hundred hundredstrar hundredstray
stray dogs are taken up in London Londonstreets Londonstreets
streets in a single year yearThe ear earThe
The letter y n occurs 22 times in ineach ineach
each 1000 lette lettercjit s in English in Span Spanish Spanish
ish 5 times in French 2 2If 2If
If 33 pounds null tuB mme a wagon over overwood overwood
wood pavements a pull of 147 pounds poundBwill poundsvii1
will be needed to move tIle same vehi vehicle vehido
cle do over a newIJgraveled road roadBritish roadBritish
British friendly societies have a amembership
membership of 1100000 and a capital capitalof
of E 13000000 against 1252000 mem members members
I bers of French societies The capi capital capital
tal of the latter is however under underE
E 6000000 6000000THE 6000000THE
THE ELECTRICAL WORLD WORLDSix WORLDSix
Six hundred thousand persons are areemployed areemployed
employed in the electrical industries industriesof I Iof
of the United States and about 4
000000000 is invested in them themProf themProf
Prof Robenan the Berlin electrical electricalexpert electricalexpert
expert who is studying the applica applicabilitr applicability
bilitr of electric traction to thc thclransSlberian theTransSiberian
lransSlberian railroad states that thatwithin thatwithin
within ten years years one will be able to totravel totravel
travel arou around d the world i Ia 22 days daysPlans daysPlans
Plans are about completed to close closeup closeup
up the gaps between New York and andPhiladelphia andPhiladelphia
Philadelphia and complete a trolley
line between the two big cities The Thetracks Thetracks
tracks of a couple of steam roads arc arcto areto
to be used for a portion of the way WRJand wayand
and a high rate of speed is expected expectedThe expectedThe
The promoters say that the f fUll ll fa fare fareeach e eeach
each way will b be on one dollar The Theround Theround
round trip between the two places placesby placesby
by the steam roads is four dollars dollarsj
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GEN N LIEBERS RE RECOlth RECOlthJndge
Judge Jndge Advocate General of the Arm Armho Arml ArmlWho
Who ho Will Ul Soon Retire Was a aGallant aGallant
Gallant Soldier SoldierBrig SoldierBrig
Brig Gen G Nor Norman an Lieber judge judgeadvocate judgcadvocate
advocate general ofthe United States Statesarmy Statesarmy
army who will retire in Ma May having havingreached havingreached
reached the age limit was born in inColumbia inColumbia
Columbia D C in 1637 He is the theson theson
son of Francis Lieber the distin distinguished distinguished
guished writer and publicist who whowas whowas
was professor of history and poli poliical poUt poUtical
ical economy in South Carolina col college college
lege from which institution G Nor Norman Norrnman
man Lieber graduated in 1856 From Fromhere Fromhere
here he went to Harvard law school schoolgraduating schoolgraduating
graduating in 1859 1859In 1859In
In lSG 1861 he entered the military militaryservice militaryservice
service of the United States as first
GEN G N LIEBER LIEBERJudge LIEBERJudge
Judge Advocate General or the United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Arm Armlieutenant Army Armylieutenant
lieutenant of of the Eleventh United Unitedtates UnitedStates
States tates infantry and served through throughth throughtha
th tha Peninsula campaign He was aid aidau aidCIII
au camp to Gen Halleck and went wentwiMl wentwidh
wiMl Gen Banks to New Orleans Orleanswhen Orleanswhen
when the latter relieved Gen Butler Butlerof Butlerof
of the command of the department departmentof
of the Gulf At this time he was wasmajor wasmajor
major and judge advocate of volun volunteers volunteers
teers teersn
n 1867 he became a judge advocate advocntehe
he permanent establishment In I
1884 he was made acting judge advo advocatH advocate
catH general and in 189 udge advo advocate advocate
cate general of the with the therank therank
rank of brigadier brigadierJen brigadierJen
Jen Lieber was bre7ctted for gal gallantry gallantry
lantry at Gaines Mill nu und was cre created crcated
ated major for gallant anti meritori meritorions meritorioils
oils services in the Red river cam campaign campaign
paign He was one of the four orig original origmel
mel founders of the Military ServicE ServicEinstitution Serviceinstitution
institution the others being Gen GenD GenD
D S Stanley J D Fry and T F FRodenbough Pilodenbough
Rodenbough RodenboughHis
His father fought against Napo Napoleon Napoleon
leon at the battle of Waterloo an ancame and andcaine
came out unscathed but his elder eldlrbrother elderbrother
brother Oscar at one time state stategeologist stategeologist
geologist of South Carolina was wasin wasin
in the confederate service and died diedof diedof
of wounds received at the battle of ofWilliamsburg ofWilliamsburg
Williamsburg Another brother lost lostan lostan
an arm at Fort Donelson His eldest eldestson eldestson
son Francis Lieb Liebec < < J died of typhoid typhoidfever typhoidfever
fever while in military service in the theSpanishAmerican theSpanishAmerican
SpanishAmerican war as acting as assistant assistant
sistant surgeon surgeonGEN surgeonGEN
GEN CORBIN Eli ENGAGED ENGAGEDAdjutant GAGED GAGEDAdJutaut
Adjutant General ci e tilt Army to toed toedMiss ed edMhili
Miss Edythe Patton n Yaihing Yaihington aHhln aHhlnton
ton SocIety Belle DelleWashington BelleWashington
Washington society was greatly in interested interested
terested in the announcement made maderecentl maderecently
recentl recently of the engagement of Miss MissEdythe ss ssEdythe
Edythe Patten to Maj aj Gen Henry C CCorbin CCorbin
Corbin adjutant general of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States army armylliss armyMiss
Miss Fatten who is one of the most mOitpopular mostpopular
popular young women in the smart set setof setof
of Washington is veb very pretty and andhighl andhighly
highl highly accomplished She is wealth wealthand wealthy wealthyand
and she and her three sisters have been beenprominent beenprominent
prominent ill the social functions functinns of ofthe ofthe
the capital notabl notably in those of the thediploma thediplomatic
diploma diplomatic tic circle circleGen circleGen
Gen Corbin is a widower He also alsohas alsohas
has been an active participant in social
GEX HENRY C CORBIN CORBINAdjutant CORBINAdjutant
Adjutant General of the United nlted State StateArmy StatesArmy
Army Armyaffairs Armyaffairs
affairs and is of fine commanding commandingpresence commandingpresence
presence being one of the tallest men menin menin
in the arm army His son Rutherford Cor Corbin Corbin
bin is assistant secretar secretary of the Phil Philippine Philippine
ippine commi commission ion and his daughter is isIrs isMrs
Mrs Irs William U P Prsons rsons of Ardsley on onthe onthe
the Hudson HudsonGen HudsonGen
Gen Corbin will go to the Philip Philippin Philippines
pin pines s in June to visit his son He will willreturn villreturn
return in time to be married in Octo October October
ber Miss iss Patten
will spend the sum summer summer
mer with her sisters In Europe chiefly
in Paris where she he will order her heltrousseau hertrousseau
trousseau trousseauGen trousseauGen
Gen Corbin has bought a piece oi oiproperty ofproperty
property in the northwestern part of ofYashingt ofWashington
Washington Yashingt n near the site of the pro proposed proposed
posed new French embassy where here h hwill he hewill
will build a home which he and hb hbride hitbride
bride ride will occupy next winter winterSnake winterSnnLe
Snake Dines on Pour Goats GoatsA CoataA
A Penang paper contains an affect affecting affecting
ing story tor of a hungry boaconstrictor boaconstrictor5t
5t ReIan The reptile gorged itself itselfwith itsellwith
with four young goats one after an anoth anYother
oth other r and then smacking it its lips dis disposed
posed his eight fee feet of length to slum slumber slumher
her It was not his dinner that di diagreed die dieagreed
agreed with himJ him but the vengeu vengeupwner enge engeowner
owner of f the goats who ho followed azul azulateW L Lslewbimashealnpt
ateW slewbimashealnpt blm aa he step stepie
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QUEER COlUBINATION COlUBINATIONSingle
Single Taxers Start Boom for a aII aU
II Bloated Capitalist CapitalistTom U UTom
Tom L Johna Johns Clevelana Ne NeMaTor Neri NeriMayor
Mayor a Possible President of ofthe ofthe
the United StntesAdocate StntesAdocateSocIalistic StateaAdvocatesSocialistic
SocIalistic Idea IdeaA IdeasA
A presidential boom for Tom J Jhn JhnEon hn hnson
son mayor of Cleveland has ha been beenlaunched beenlaunched
launched in Indianapolis lad IndIhe ladThe
The Single Tax club of that city cityhas cityhas
has indorsed him for the highest highestplace highestplace
place on the democratic ticket ticketJohnson ticketJohnson
Johnson has been elected mayor of ofClereland ofCleveland
Cleveland by n sweeping majority majorityand majorityand
and Cleveland is a r publican strong stronghold stronghold
hold He has his eye on thc gov governors governors
ernors chair at Columbus If he suc succeeds succeeds
ceeds in carrying n republican state stateand stateand
and can count on the support of In Indiana Indiana
diana for president farseeing poli politicians politicians
ticians say he is more than a presi presidential presidential
dential possibility possibilityTom possibilityTom
Tom J Johnson has long been a pie pieturesque
turesque character As street rail railway railway
way magnate COIJgressman single singletaxer singletaxer
taxer socia socialist st politician philoso philosopher philosopher
pher and good fellow he has been one oneof oneof
of the nations unique geniuses for formany formany
many years yearsHe yearsHe
He was elected omit platform with witha
a tendency toward so ialism and by byhis byhis
his election becomes tlie most prom prominent prommeat
meat exponent of reform and social socialistic socialistic
istic ideas in the country countryJohnson countryJohnson
Johnson is 0 robber baron and does doesnot doesnot
not deny it He is rich beyond eond the thedreams thedreams
dreams of avarice and he has made madehis madehis
his money out of special privileges privilegesgranted privilegesgranted
granted bp by the people Some 8000
000 he is reputed to have made b bchar by bycharging
char charging ng high street car fares faresBut faresBut
But he never concealed the fact factthat factthat
that he was making millions out of ofthe ofthe
the grlnts of the people He frankly franklyadmitted franklyadmitted
admitted it and denounced as wrong wrongthe wrongthe
the system system under which he was be becomi becoming
comi coming g rich H has now disposed of ofall
all his street car holdings and invest imested invested
ed his fortune in bonds He will have havenothing havenothing
nothing to do the rest of his life but butclip butclip
clip coupons but he has decided to toe todevte
devte e ltp his energies and ability va vahplping th thheiping
hplping the people peopleHis
His first step after leaving the thesheet thestreet
sheet car business was to denounce
THO THOMAS IAS L JOHNSON JOHNSONMayor JOHNSONMayor
Mayor of Cleveland and nd a Democratic DemocraticPresIdential DemocraticPresidential
PresIdential PossibiUt PossibiUtthe Possibility Possibilitythe
the giving of special privileges in con congress congress
gress He He is now maor mayor of Cleveland Clevelandon
on a platform which provides for forthreecent forthreecent
threecent fares and demands com compensa compensation
pensa pensation tion for street car franchises franchisesPeople franchisesPeople
People have called him inconsistent inconsistentfor
for denouncing now the things which whlebwere whichwere
were responsible for the fortune he hehas hehas
has made But the people of Cleve Cleveland Cleveland
land have not deemed his incon inconsistency inconsistency
sistency of importance They say saythat saythat
that he is no hypocrite and never neyerwas neverwas
was but is a man who can be depend depended
ed upon to do as hc promises promisesJohnsons promisesJohnsons
Johnsons ancestors were among amongthe amongthe
the pioneers of Kentucky He is the theson theson
son of the late Col Albert W V John JohnEon Johnson
Eon who was a wealthy planter in inArkansas inArkansas
Arkansas before the war His father fatherthrew fatherthrew
threw his fortunes on the side of the thesouth thesouth
south when the war came and sent senthis senthis
his wife and three sons to 1IiIleville 1IiIlevilleGa MillevilleGa
Ga
Tom Ias as but ten years old but at atonce atonce
once began to help his mother He Hebecame Hebecame
became a newsbo newsboy and as the people peoplewere peoplewere
were hungry for news he made mademoney mademoney
money When the war closed and his hisfather hisfather
father did not have enough mone money to totale totake
tale his family back to his planta plantation plantation
tion in Arkansas Tom came to his hisrescue hisrescue
rescue with his savings of 88The 88 88The
The bo boy left home at the age of 14 14fiS 14as
fiS there was nothing on the planta plantation plantation
tion to attract him He became an anoffice anoflice
office boy in an iron f foundry undrr at atI atLouisville
I Louisville at two dollars a week weekSoon weekSoon
Soon he was getting seven dollars dollarsThon dollarsThen
Then he got into the street railway railwaybusiness
bus business nlss At 17 he was superintend superintendent
ent of a street railway in Louisville LouisvilleThee LouisvilleThree
Thee years later he with his uncle uncleand uncleand
and a man named Shepherd bought boughtthe boughtthe
the Indianapolis street railway They Theypaid Theypaid
paid 80000 for it and they sold it itfor itfor
for more than 1000000 Johnson Johnsontook Johnsontook
took his share of the money and andwent andwent
went to Cleveland in search of a new newstreet newstreet
street car investment investmentHe
He bought a mule line on the West Westside Westside
side of the cit city which never made a acent acent
cent He took advantage of a for forgotten forgotten
gotten law which permitted him to touse touse
use the tracks of another company
He introduced
improvements organ organze organzed
ze zed a stock
company and became a amilil amililonaire
milil mililonaire naire He went to congress and andb andbicame
bicame b came a single taxer He has 301 301wnys niways
ways been honest although his opin opinions opinions
ions conflicted with ith his own inter intersts interists
ists sts The people who ho know hire im have haveabsolute e el
l absolute olute confidence ia him7 him an and the thepoliticians thepoliticians
politicians who oppose hiin are afraid afraidof afraidof
of him himPretti himPretby
Pretti Pretby New Iztmpablre Custom CnstomXew CustomNew
New HamP Hampshire h re
people hav have a SUm SUmmer summer
mer celebration called the Old Home
Week especiaClJ espeeiall designed for rural ruralreunions
1 reunions unionL The meetings last year were
held in 76 different parts of thestate thestatea the state stateaad
a aad d the plans for this
year are on a aer arrger
rrger er I5c scale I than R ever
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AL ALI MOHAMMED MOHAMMED MIRZA MIRZAberedltary MIRZAUeredltary
beredltary Governor General 01 014zerbnIJan ofizerbaljnn
4zerbnIJan and lIel Apparent Appaentto
to the Throne of Persia PerslnThe PersiaThe
The founder of the persent Kajar KajariJynasty Kajarilynasty
iJynasty Aghn Mohammed Khan died diedInthe diedln
Inthe ln the year 1797 and was succeeded by byhis byhis
his nephew Path Ali Shah during duringwhose duringwhose
whose reign Persia came so often into intoconflict intoconflict
conflict with her great northern neigh neighbor neighbor
bor and finally in February 1828 con concluded coneluded
eluded the treaty of Turkmanchait Turkmanchaitwhich Turkmanchaiwhich
which delimitates its prestflt north northwest northvest
west frontier frontierThe frontierThe
The Persian forces during the wars warsof warsof
of 180313 and the subsequent war of
182527 were commanded by Path AU AUShahs AllShahs
Shahs eldest son Abbas Mirza I rza styled
ALl MOHA11MED MIRZA MIRZAValJahd MIRZAVallahd
ValJahd of PersIa Lad Governor Governor General Generalor
or Azebaljan AzebaljanNaibesSuItaneh AzebaijaaNaibesSultaneh
NaibesSuItaneh who was the first firstKajar firstKajar
Kajar valiahd to be named governor governorgeneral I
general of the great northwestern northwesternprovince northwesternprovince
province of Azerbaijan of which Ta Tabriz i
briz is thc chief town This grea great greatprince t tprince
prince died a few months before his hisfather hisfather
father in the year ear 1834 and his son sonohammed sonMohammed
Mohammed Shah succeeded to the thethrone thethrone
throne It has ever since been an un unwritten Unwritten
written law that the valiahd or heir heirapparent heirapparent
apparent shall be governor general of ofAzerbaijan ofAzerbaijan
Azerbaijan and shall reside at Tabriz Tabrizduring I Iduring
during the whole reign reignSuch
Such was the case with ruza1Iered MuzafferedDeen ruza1IeredDeen I
Deen Shah who succeeded to the thethrone
throne after the assassination of his hisfather hisfather I
father NasredDeen Shah on May 1fay 1
1896 and arrived in Teheran in June Juneof Juneof
of that year after having been beencrowned beencrowned
crowned at Tabriz where the present present8liahd presentvaliahd
8liahd Ala Mohammed Mirza re remained remained
mained as governor general generalThe generalThe
The valiahc1 says London Black and andWhite andWhite
White was born on July 24 1872 and andis andis
is therefore 28 years ears old He enjoyed enjoyedwith enjoyedwith
with his two younger brothers the ad advantage advantage
vantage of European tuition of which whichhis vliichhis
his enlightened father saw the impor importance importance
tance The prince has acquired a very veryfair veryfair
fair knowledge of French and is in inevery inevery
every way an example of the modern modernprogressire modernprogressive
progressive spirit of The last decade in inPersia inPersia
Persia His highness is anxious to visit visitEurope visitEurope
Europe and it is thought likely that Ulatthp thatthe
the shah may not be adverse to under undertaking undertaking
taking a journey this year yearThe yearThe
The vaUahd takes after his father in inman inmany
man many ways He has the same kindly kindlyand kindlyand
and courteous manner which endears endearshim endearshim
him to all who have the privilege of ofcoming ofcoming
coming into contact with him At the thesame thesame
same time lle seems to have inherited inheritedfrom inheritedfrom
from his grandfather NasredDeen NasredDeenShah NasredDeenShah
Shah the firmness of character and andstrong andstrong
strong constitution which distin distinguished distinguished
guished the shah who was so well wellknown wellknown
known in Europe He has at the same sametime sametime
time inherited from both his ancestors ancestorsthat ancestorsthat
that passion for sport and outdoor ex exercise cxercise
ercise which has for generations been beenthe beenthe
the lament of the weakly and indolent indolentcourtiers indolentcourtiers
courtiers who at all times and in inall inall
all weathers have been obliged at a amoments amoments
moments notice to accompany their theirroyal theirroyal
royal masters on fatiguing shooting shootingexpeditions shootingexpeditions
expeditions in the rocl rocky < y mountains mountainswhich mountainswhich
which surround the capital capitalMONSTER capitalMONSTER
MONSTER STRAW HAT HATThose HATThose
Those Who Tho Claim to Know AT Il About AboutIt AboutIt
It Sa Say It Is the Largest One OneEver OneEver
Ever Made 3ladeHere MadeHere
Here is a picture of the largest hat hatin hatin
in the world so far as can be ascer ascertained ascertamed
tamed and it was made by an ambi
LARGEST HAT ON RECO RECORD RECORDMade D
Made by an Ambitious Hatter In a Small
Philippine Town Towntious Towntious
tious hatter of 11 a small place in the
Philippines who used 250 yards ards of
jumbo straight straw plait an inch
in width in the manufacture of this thismonster thismonster
monster head covering coveringAs
As Ii means of comparison what whatare whatare
are said to be the smallest Indys sail saHor sailor
or hat and the smallest mants mans straw straware straware
are held up for comparison with this thisgiant thisgiant
giant which measures 7 71s feet across acrossthe acrossthe
the brim and three feet around the thecroWD thecrown
croWD
Rare Excitement In I ICn5 ICn5There anHnH anHnHThere
There was a lively time in Elren Elrenwood Elrenwood
wood Ran when a mad bull dashed
through the town The men fled to
halls and stairways
leaving the Wom Women women
en on the streets exposed to peril On
the following day
a jackrabbit scam scampered scampered
pered over the same course and the themale themale
male population bravely chased it for
four miles inileswhile while the women womenfled led in ter I Ior
ror or
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BLACK EYE A11T A11Trhey TISt TIStthey
they Do a Thriving Business
Our OurLargeCjj5 OurLargeCjj5Olsaolord Large Cities
Olsoolorrd Optls ODtI I
I the Customer fleaIrd m1t
Waits
Profession That Calls for Shall 1ta5 ie 1 1
Skill and DlacreUOII DileretleaThe
l j
liThe The men who fail iu
littrature 1
art become a 1
c critics itiel said
Beaconsfi Beaconsfield ld In in one of th hi himoods 14te Lor J 1
moods There is plett1
II truth in
tht tb I
saj ait
especially where literary ILen a J
concerned but
men mencan
j fa in
can so sometimes etimeiii And a aprofession leur lllU at
profes profession non t than an that o of i
tritilldtg +
works of then former
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brush saJiii a PhlladelpLn
papEr pp
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tWCI tw
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elphlabot of Whr Wh l aT a r J I
hoped to gm gain reeognHll reeognitiirwho r > SooI
who earn a very fair fairli Ii i r I
lng black eyes and br brIAi brIAitheir I
lt t
theIr natural color JCllh i h n
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studios and do more or orboiling 1 l
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boiling for the pietuft
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t their eir princiPAl source of i ii iirived
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a a
from men who have Ltt b bsome it I
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some chance barroom serI
T Their eir clien clients Is or pat patiti ie a ar a aooking n
lookmg lot when hen the I
they atlliu a it j jearly tlt
tar1 early morning to ha havr Itltir br bre ea
and battered faces reiotortd to t tthing s 1
thing like a natural appear appearfast < tilr IiI I i
fast young man who bas ha h br brchimes rd tll I Ichimes
chimes of midnight is thtr thtrhis i I J
I
his turn along with a tOlJfL from fromWit trmvaterside
Wit vaterside terside ward wardAn wardAn
An ordinary black eye ll II t 6 i
fast youn oung man earrit earrithim y i h I
him from his latest barrjfij
erapj erapjeasily < ips ipseasil
easil easily managed but t the be lJf hrLi hrLibattered fG c3
battered face of an earnt earnet earnetsional pru prusional
sional after a ellcllntf wellentrequires t
tttQ tttQrequires
requires very delicate maDip maui1The < 1 in inI
The artist who retMt LJck
I tJll
to their 11 naturai a tural color oj t h
Ptt aettf aettfvery f fvery
very much as a portrait pairr WG w wdo a
do when expecting a sittrr B tm t tis
is a wide difference bltWftD beiwenman he b I Iman
man skin and a prepared prepareda a1 J rd rda
a strong drying oil is s u usuv ua IUtd ii iiwith
I with the colors intended to toblack r re
black eye or recover a bruhrt eek eekWhen ee eeWhen
When the artificial flnh tjL rS r
THE BLACK EYE YE BRIGArE BRIGAZOn i
On Their Way to Have Thdr Thirstored ICj Ee Eestored
stored at Short Nt Ntnearly t I
nearly dry they are light lightly I p dm dmwith
with dry col color r ThisdradtJ1JtegU ThlsdeadiLeti3of J Jof i
of the dr drying ing oil aDd gin giv a afleshlike Lilt raJ raJfleshlike
fleshlike appearance to ILl tL re rered reredface Mti Ii Iiface
face Indeed it would bt b iml < t1e 1 1for
for anyone who was Ui not in t rcrf1 iJ iJto
to detect the imposture so 1tr y 15 15the
the work done doneOne j jOne
One dollar is the fee chari cliar flr r rt rtstoring TIstoring
storing a black eye and a r rrarely rt rtrarel
rarel rarely occupies mon than half hi J t1 t t tthe j jthe
the payment certainh certainIfavorably 1 1favorably
favorably with that rectieJ reeril reerilceasful j I Icessful
cessful artist whose pict pi lrl rC rCplace tL 1 1place
place on the walls of the 7C 7Cat 1 1at
at the Art clubs exhihiti exhihitiIn exhibitiIn
In the case of a bsdl badly s sseveralsittIngsmayberttIIrr
several severalsittIngsmayberttIIrr si ttings ma be eq uir uirthe I Ithe
the patient is again ablto ab abfriends u W Wfriends
18r larr larrthe ar I Ithe
friends and society at e
the artist in black eJe eyes rtal ri riharvest 3 f fharvest
Ki h hwas fj fjwas
harvest A vQr very popular
was knocked out at a sparrIn sparr sparrtion H j jtion
tion in New York went to t pt ptphia E Ephia
t ting
phia for the express purr purrIng
ing his face restored to M r rlike f flike
Ld f fa
like a natural appearanct appearaneta
< I Iof
a compliment to the art aut a i iof
I Ipassed
of the Quaker cit city that ttl1l
passed unn unnoticed unnoticedFor ticed ticedFor
1 5 5gentleman
For the complete restora restoragentleman iilfl
gentleman slugger the th f cr r rtist 11 11tist t tnut
tist received the unuz unuUai > ual fd f fBut t
> t twith
nut the Kid was vas desprra despri 1 1with t if
with a pretty chorus girl irl tI eand r 1 b ti tiand
and thought nothing If f T b i iIts IPt IPtIts
Its a curious trade Onp trr tn tnsaid I Isaid
said the most successful suceeSSf If f fPhiladelphia t C CPhiladelphia
Philadelphia restorers of f fbut hind hindbut <
but I have learned to like likeirrespective TLr TLrirrespective
irrespective of the mont monmakes r rmakes
1 1man
makes me It enables one un unman to tLt
man nature for one tbiLg thi thifull I L Lfull
full of curious surprises 1 r i lOr lOrOnce t tOnce
rrtJ rrtJcame
Once a lad lady in full eV f rir
tatk I tt tttnd eemd
came to me with a badh badly
tnd the marks of a ma mans mansdistinctly s tin tf tfdistincU
bare rc Y YShe r rShe
distincU distinctly showing on her
She was in a highly n neroi neroiand rHI c cand
and could scarcely conn t r ror > 1 1or
r rto
or keep back the tears wlefl btn rt rd d
to talk to me S1 spkt Sl Slan a J f fan
an accident on the stair sraircourse staircourse
LJ LJback
course there was some hrutt hr f fbackofjtall
r rpatient
back backofjtall of it all I Ihavehadfl51 Ihavehadfl51patient have had man aT 0 0sa
patient of the same sex sexso buT t
sa saso
so attractive and so mJoten myrIrule p1 p1rule
I Iobtain
rule they are unmistakably unmistahLi unmistahLiobtain a
tt i
obtain their black eyes eyes in inen IidV f fen
en quarre quarrel 1 wIt with h anot another h er W Wsame rt n t tsame r
beautL p pin re rein
same class But mJ beat
in evening dress was an urult U Ulady r <
i
lady as I haTe said and I ha t tfancied l Ia Iafancied
to 11 iT I3 I3the 15 15the
viiit
fancied that her
trA trAwhich fr frwhich
the first act of 8 domes
which is not yet fillished fl1hedWhy
Why WhyLast by American Are P up J PSfJ PSfJLast
AmerC1 AmerC1ited Ameraited
Last year over 135000
ited Europe and there spent 5P 5PooOoo
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