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THE AROUS, M OXDAY, NOVEHKER 11, 1001.
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Monday, Nov. 1 1.
How would you lik 1o Ix- the ice
man in tfrenter New York?-
Reports from Loudon indicntt th:it
the Ixter war is chipping some of the
viol ions which he piiickily kNmmI up
for on and off the stump.
"The fusion t-nndiute for the im
portant office of controller is n dem
ocrat. Of the. other candidates on
that ticket some 'are republicans,
where national. jMditics are at is.iue,
while some nre democrats. I'.nt the
political status of the men on that
ticket interested little the voters who
marked their ballots for it. Tiiey
were not seeking to elect men to
carry out the doctrines of a'jMditical
organization, lint to enforce the laws
and govern the citv honestly and
"lo see si political triumph in the
Xew York election is to ignore the
real and imiortant significance of
that most interesting event. It hold
out lnw of the future eniancipat ion
of all municipal govt-rnine ntM from
national Jlitics and of their control
hy the best elements of both parties
instead of the worst elements of one
The Illinois football team seems
have returned the compliment to the
Iowa football eleven on its own
grounds for the humiliation .utTcrcd
in Rock Island two vears airo.
.loan :. Kiinnclls. formerly a promi
nent Iowa attorney and now general
counsel lor me l'lillman 1'alace I ar
company, is an applicant for an ap
pointment to the federal bench.
The patronage of (irealcr New
Yrk is estimated at $.".M).0iX jier
annum. Small wonder that interest
in the municipal elections in the me
tropolis rises to the lighting point.
Orders from (iov. I.orimer t Lieut,
(iov. Yates in this city are becoming
quite numerous. The governor find:
he must bind the lieutenant governor
to his promises. Springfield News.
.1. Y. Adam, of Uulfalo. a merchant,
has bought the big organ in the Tem
ple of Music at the Pan-American ex
position, and will present it to Hit
city. It will be placed in Convention
President Roosevelt has been invit
ed to attend the South Carolina Inter
state and West Indian extxisitioii. to
be held in Charleston lginning Dec
2. He will make his visit on Lincoln's
birthday, . Feb. !:. if possible.
.Mother I.ickenlyke, famous as
an army nurse during the civil war,
flied Saturday night at the Ricker
dyke home for soldiers' widows.
which she founded, at Hunker Hill.
Kas. It is exjiected that her remains
will be brought to tialesburg for
Admiral Schlev will not have to
wait for the popular verdict in his
case. It is already given J,s stcrity
will receive it ami it will not b
Khakeu. He is the hero of Santiago.
and his vindication is fixed liv the
greatest tribunal that could pass up
on anv proceedings the American
A Jug That Proves i'ostly
Coii ii try.
I wo I nited States warshis with
tliree admirals nlxiard are steamin
.it-Hiss i in i-aciiie wiin iiicir prows
pointed toward one of our new ami
numerous distant isles. The one wee
cck on the map of the world toward
which the iron dads are speeding is
i. nam. I. nam is not unknown to
fame. Indeed, for a little island so
remote it has a large share of promi
licuce. and it is now one of our penal
colonics, where the iuierial military
powers in the Philippines send men
who have Ix-en fighting against being
governed without their consent.
Since an American captain entered
the harbor of Pago Pago some three
years ago ami ran up the stars and
stries there has been something dic
ing in (iuaiu almost continually. For
tliree hundred years previously the
ma iiana-loving natives had lolled in
the sunshine of their eretuul sum
mer, permitting nature to do all the
agricultural work. Then oue fine day
came stern seadog (apt. Lcary, who
ordered the inhabitants to wear
clothes' and raise hens instead ,.f
fighting encks. Apparently Capt
M-ary did all there was to do in the
nay of exciting interest in Guam, for
his successor. Capt. Tillev. is report
cd to have taken to strong drink anil
to lie m the enjoyment of a continual
ins is v ny ine two warships are
steaming across the Pacific with
three of our numerous admirals
aboard. These officers have l-en sent
post haste, with others accompany
ing ineiii. to iioki a court or inquiry
to ascertain whether it is true that
Capt. Tilley's jag is contrary to Hi
ruies ami regulations of the service
and whether during his exhilirat ion
he has conducted himself as becomes
ill officer of the navy.
This trial will stand unique in naval
history because of the immense ex
pense aiiaclicil to it. 1 he Wisconsin
and Solace, the two warshios takinir
the officers to the island, will con
sume sdo.ihmi wort h of coal: officers
i nd crews must be paid while in this
service; detached otficers must re
turn home by passenger ships, and
the total cost of the investigation, it
is estimated, will run ii to 1. .(!.( M)0.
This is a big price to pay for a ja
een in Pago Pago.
Pumper Tra a drummer iu a foot
battery of the United State artillery
rtntloiied at one of the Imrlnir posts tu
the east. Ills descriptive, list showed
him " feet 1 Inch high. sallow com
piexion. brown hair find thirty-nix
your of ng. I can w' li i ui now, with
his drum slung from his tu-ck. his little
tigutp drnwn up to Its full height.
proudly showing us how' to mnke tin
Tl.H is what we phiyed at Mission
Uldgo." And then he would liegin.
One heard the tramp of . inarching
feet, the thunder of cannon. tlu rattle
of musketry, the shouts aud hurrahs of
the men, mid. nliove all, the rul-a-dub-
dub. the rub u-dtib-dub of the diiim. It
sent the cold shiver down ourlbacks.
the blood Jumping through ourl veins
Then enine the slow and solemn lioat
of the lnutHed drum, the long. . nieluii
cholv. almost human, roll, and we
Inew that the battle was over and that
the dead were being laid nwny to theJr
last rest. The tears In our eyes, a
choking In our throats, and then
Tliey ilrcNX'J me tip in nojVr elulbc.
They trralptl me no kindly.
And yet I never couM turret
Tin- gill I li ft behiml me.
It was ii sad day for the battery, and
particularly for Dumpey, when the
Junior lieutenant left our post by trans
fer. The very next day Iuuipey was
it: the guardhouse with charges against
him for drunkenness. Intercession pnv
cd of. no avail the captain wtts deter
mined to make an example of liiui but
the court was lenient; so after a
months conuneinent lnnmiey came
back to us, but an altered man. Not
that his manner had changiil toward
us he was still our friend but his
boyishness and lightness of heart
"He'll get me yet." was all he said
when we asked him the trouble. "He,
of course, meant the captain, who for
some unaccountable reason had taken
tJ CorntM- Spcoml and Harrison Sts., Davenport, Iowa.
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All tie latRst ttyle tiinimed and walking baM in ai CDqualld
(in the pfirts) variety to chfoe from. We still have a yoodlv nuui-
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A fine col'ection of Ln'-ie' Turn Over E nbroidered Cjilarj.
ii from 25c up to
iA Don J oij-t ihit are spiling tae "Her Majesty" and Ine
A iiiiritrt I n I ir i o at&1v in qpci.! fir.tf pa v r. vi ft. rktir I nun fnt.
1 s :
Is HAFLNED & VON MAUR..
a strong dislike to tlip lowly drummer. K A A A A A m . . . . a .
, , I ' 'rr fi'r v fV Oir. f- i S - B- f? iV-
TbuiK- wntfrni bad to worse. Iniu- v??Ti?r?Tr T?TT ???TT
ley was In th n:irdhns continual
In arranpriiif; v'or the service of
American tros in the Philippine
the plan will be to irive all the sol
diers lu rills' their three vears term
some service in the Philippines, but
not too much, considering the tropi
cal climate. The present plan is to
have the soldiers there, as near as it
can be approximated, during the
middle of the term. For the first six
months after enlistintr they will be
stationed in the I'nited States, where
they will be "breakinij in" for Philip
pine service. They will then le
brought back home in time for mus
tering out here, since that is much
more economical than to muster
them out in the Phillipines with the
travel allowance to their homes
which the law provides.
False Republican Claims.
There having leen a disposition in
home quarters to term the result
after the election in (ireater Xew
York a "republican -victory." the
Chicago Tribune, one of the mouth
pieces of the claim-e very thing party,
declares "no graver error of judg
ment or taste can well be commit-
War Ixwkoh Compared.
The campaigns and battles of th
civil war were on a scale of surpass
ing magnitude. There were more
than a score of single battles
Sometimes extending over several
days, in each of which the losses.
in killed and wounded on the f filer;
side were greater than the aggregate'
f all our losses in nil our other wars
combined. How paltrv seem 1l
i.ihhi Killed anil wounded in the war
f 11:;. or the war in Mexico, or the
war HiMi :-iain, compared with the
I4,(HMI at Shiloh. 15.000 at the ( hick
ahominv, ln.OOO at Antietam. the same
at Fredericksburg. 10.0OO at Chancel
lorsville. 23.IKMI at (iettysburg. lG.(MM)
lit Chickamauga. :i7,HOO in the Wilder
ncss. ami L'ii.(MM) at Spottsylvania
he grand aggregate of destruction
rairiv staggers ine imagination, ac
customed as we have Wen for more
than a generation to the figures
i.:.(I:ki killed bv bullets. Isfi.OOU killed
by disease, t'.I.OOO dead from other
causes a grand total of ::04.0(0.
nboiit ne in nine of every man wh
Iu no other war in all time has
such respect, been paid to the dead.
Immediately after its close the sec
retary of war was directed by con
gress "to secure suitable burial
places, and to have these grounds en
closed, so that the rest imr-i daces of
tcu. nnys ine inuunc, iiiriner on It iV honored mm- l- !.-., w,w..l
forever. In seventy-nine separate
and distinct national Cemeteries the
bodies of nearly 3(10.000 soldiers who
the subject: "Xew York is normally
a democratic city. It- is so anti-re-republican
that it was carried by
ttrran Inst year. That city was jiot died during the civil war are interred.
decoration of their graves
carried by the republicans last Tues
Viay, nor was the deinocrntic party
defeatel. There was a fusion of
the best elements of both political
parties to support Seth I.w. Some
vicious and criminal republicans vot
ed -against it. Tens of thousands of
good democrats voted for it. Seth
Low is a republican, but he is an in
dependent one. lie is so independent
that he voted for Cleveland and prol
ably for many other democratic can
didates. The man on the fusion ticket
who made the most spectacular and
forceful campaign and who ran
thousands of votes ahead of Low in
the boroughs, of Manhattan and
Bronx, in which alone votes were
vast for the county office for which
he was running, is not a republican.
That man William T. Jerome is a
democrat of long descent, conspicu
ous for his courage and his honest3',
and respected on account of his con-
with Sowers on a fixed day has lie-
come a national custom. Some of
the cemeteries contain each a silent
irm.v of over I0.OOO soldiers, in ser
ried ranks marked bv the white
headstones, on nearly half of which
i.H inscribed "unknown." The world
may be searched in vain for any
thing similar or kindred; there is no
other such impressive sight.
On fame's eternal camping-ground.
Their silent tents are spread;
Anil glory guards, with solemn round.
i he bivouac of the dead.
From "The United States Army,"
by Gen. F. V. fireene, in the Novem
RememlMT the K. Jj. Montgomery
closing out sale November 13th for
horses, cattle, corn, bay, straw and
agricultural implements. Location,
three and one-half miles northwest
ly. first for one thing and then another.
which, though trivial enough In their
way, were rapidly building up n bad
lepntatioii for him, which he did Inot
I pall v deserve.
The end eniiie when they foundVhlui
drunk on guard. The general court
which tried him found him gultty and
sentenced him to 1k drummed out of
the service. The colonel wrote to the
reviewing authority rather strii;ly in
his favor, but Dumper was doomed.
Nothing could snre him. and the sen
fence wa.-? duly conHriiitl.
Never did sun Khlne brighter, never
were skies bluer, never wan nature
more generous than on that dreadful
May morning. We IbuI all Ieen to see
Dumpey at the guardhouse 'the night
lieforo. We had shaken hnnd.t'with him
and carried him such Iki.vIsIi gifts as
we could to assure Llm of our loyalty
and friendship, mid he, poor old lxy
had turned his face away fivm us and
wept like a child.
It was the first and only (time I bad
ever seen a man drummed -.out of the
service. 1 can never again see such a
shocking sight of man's inhuui.inJty to
I was a very young boy tbm; still I
rrineiiilx-r that the sun wan bright and
that the skies were blue. I rememlier
that the air was soft and balmy. 1 r'
tneirdK'-r that the Hag. emblem of liber
ty and penality, threw out the glory of
it stars ami stripes si rait: lit and strong
to the morning breeze. I reitieniber
that we all Mood huddled "together
waiting -and then It came.
First tin drums ami life, then two
platoons of men fully armed a: id equip
ped, their bayonets flashing and spar
kling in the sunlight, aud lH-tween
them Dumpey, with head closely crop-
IK il and on his back a board marked
And still the sun shone, the skies
wove blue and the flag flapix-d gayly
On they came, the drums and fifes
playing the "Ungues March."
lor i'! nolJitT. poor olJ wjldir,
T.irr'.l ami li-allicrrl anil tli n dmtnm'd out
IW-aiiM? lie ronliln't kerp Sober.
Our hearts were iu our throats, but
we clinched our hands and held our
places like men.
There was no music in the march. It
was simply a wailing and Robbing of
the drums the drums to drum Dum
pey out of 1lu service; Dumpey, their
champion, their hero, their king.
lint on they came
Poor ol'l suMicr, poor old toldier.
Just as they passed us we heard
some oue ask:
"Wlint liinLpa liim wnlL- nn nnoor?
lie seems to 1h limping."
Every boy there could have told him
that it was the bullet he got at Mission
Ilidge, which the doctors had never
been able to take out.
And on they came
Tarr'd and feathered and then druinra'd out.
At last they reached the sally port.
IVcfluw bs couldn't keep sober.
bhrieked out the fifes, and a moment
later Dumpey stood outside the fort a
And then this worthless outcast, this
drummed out drunkard, this limping,
baiting, wounded ex-soldier, who had
played a man's part In the bitterest
war the world lias ever known, this
drunken Dumpey, halted, quietly took
the board marked "Drunkard off his
back, aud, baring his close cropped
head to tbe morning sun, looked up to
ward the flag and bravely cried out:
'Three cheers for the stars and
I have never forgotten It. Tlease
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Sfnrrhlnif For A Soul.
Before the astonished eyes of a num
ber of Parisians a siugulnr funeral cer
emony took place i lie other dnv.
A resident proierty owner in the Hue
Malte-Bnin had just died. On the even
lug of his deatlk. when darkness had
fallen, his relations, five or six iu nam-
ler. envh provided with a lautern
slowly made the circuit of the garden.
ns if they were searching for something
Iu the walks. When they came to n
large heap of stones, they turned each
one of them over and then re-entered
This curious procession is an old Nor
man custom. Hie dead person was a
native of the country near Cisors. Be
fore Interring the dead it is necessary.
according to the tradition, to Investi
gate and see that the soul of the de
ceased is not concealed In a corner of
his property or under some rubbish.
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