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A Remarkable Finding FindingCoroner FindingCoroner FindingCoroner
Coroner Nevitt discharged from cus custody custod eustody ¬
tody tod the colored man Barnes wto wtoran wkoran wtoran
ran over and killed with his bicycle bicyclethe bicyclethe bicyclethe
the aged lady Mrs Irs Elizabeth H HLaunt HLaunt HLaunt
Launt on Tuesday last at the thecorner corner of ofEleventh ofEeventh ofEleventh
Eleventh and F streets in front of the thelarge thearge thelarge
large arge department store on that corner cornerBarnes cornerBarnes cornerBarnes
Barnes own story is the point we de desire deshe desire ¬
sire to direct the coroners attention to toBarnes tollarnes toBarnes
Barnes testified in substance substanceThat substanceThat substanceThat
That he saw the lady in frontof front of him himin himIn himin
in the street acting in a confused man manner mannero mannor ¬
nero He did all in his power powerto to avoid uvoidn uvoidncollision n ncollision acollision
collision but finally flnnll Just as he tiirned tiirnedhis hlrne1his tdruedm tdruedhis
his wheel to avoid striking her the theI thewoman thewoman
1 1woman woman ran right in front of it and the thebicycle theblocl thebleyclo
bicycle blocl > struck her and she fell fellWhatever fellWhatever fellI
I Whatever corroboration there is ol olthis of ofI ofthis
this account matters not Assuming Assumingitto It Iti
1 i to be true In every detail we desire to tcask toask toask
ask Coroner Nevitt why Barnes was wasI wasnot
1 not held to the grand Jury JuryHe jllr jllrHe juryHe
He admits he saw the lady even be before before before
fore he turned the corner of the street streetand streetand streetand
and that she was acting in a confused confusedmanner confusedmanner confusedmanner
manner that la It she was trying te tedodge to tododgo tododge
dodge or avoid the oncoming rider riderand rldoranI riderand
and anI finally when tho negro and his hiewheel hiswheel hiswheel
wheel were close on her she made a alast aIllSt alast
last attempt to get out of his road but butturning butturnlug hutturning
turning his wheel wh 1 nt the same moment momenthe momenthe momenthe
he struck her herWe herI herWe
I We have had personal experience In Injust Injust injust
just such a case and if the rider hud hudnot hndnut hadnot
not stopped his wheel and dismounted dismountedwe
we would have dismounted dl mouutetl him with n nbullet a abullet abullet
bullet bulletWhy bulletWh bulletRhydidCoroner
Why Wh RhydidCoroner did Coroner Nevitt neglect to toask tonsk toask
ask this bicyclist bI0cIl8tlnnsmuch Inasmuch as he saw sawthe sawthe sawthe
the lady before turning the corner corneracting COrlleracting corneracting
acting In a confused manner ugly uglyho why whyho whybo
ho did not stop his wheel wheel heel and die dismount dlsmount diemount ¬
mount mountAnd mountAnd mountAnd
And not having stopped toppe < l his wheel wheelbut whocbut wheelbut
but riding right straight on his victim victimhe victimhe victim victimhe
he U held blameless and a human life lifeis lifeIs lifes
is s blotted out because this mounted mountednegro 1110untClInegro mountednegro
negro had more right to the street than thanthe thanthe thanthe
the aged lady who on foot was trying tryingto trlngto
to avoid him himThe himI
I The precedent has ha been established establishedby estnbllshelb establishedby
by b the coroners verdict that a bicyclist bicyclistneed blccllst blccllstneel bicyclistneed
need neel neither dismount nor check the thespeed theI thespeed
I speed of his wheel for pedestrians and andif amIIf andif
if they tho act In a confused manner mannerattempt mannerattempt
attempt to avoid him himhe he may acci accidentally nceldentlll1 mmccldentally
dentlll1 dentally turn his wheel to correspond correspondwith corrlspomlwith correspondwith
with their movement and ride them themdown themI themdown
down without being even guilty of ofinvoluntary ofIn ofInvoluntary
involuntary In vol un tar manslaughter manslaughterHave manslaughterHave
Have Havethenpedestrians then pedestrians noprnteetion noprnteetionwho no protection protectionwho prntecUonwho
who are aged deaf or nearsighted and andmust andmust amidmust
must they take their lives In their theirhands theirhands theirhands
hands when traveling the streets of ofWashington ofWashington ofVnshington
Washington Can n bicyclist see his hisvictim hisvictim hisvictim
victim trying tr lng to dodge him him before he heturns heturns heturns
turns the corner cornera a Junction of two of oftho ofthe ofthe
the busiest streets of Washington Washingtonwhere Washingtonwhere Washingtonwhere
where a large department store attracts attractscrowds attractscrowds attractscrowds
crowds of people and aullis is the speed of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his wheel so great that he cau neither neithercheck lIelthcrcheck neithercheck
check it nor dismount and Is he there therefore thereforo therefore ¬
fore entirely guiltless or homeless homelesswhen bameesI bamelesswhen >
I when by b reason roo on of this speed and this thisneglect thisneglect thisneglect
neglect to dismount he takes a human humanlife human1Ife humanlife
life lifeIt
It seems so according to Coroner CoronerNevetts CoronerNovetts CoronerNovetts
Novetts findings hence We are to con conclude conclude conelude ¬
clude that in future pedestrians must musttake musthke musttske
take therlsK the riSK of their lives when on tho thostreets thoI thestreets
I streets even In broad daylight for some somenegro somenegro somenegro
negro scorcher may suddenly sudden I turn n ncorner ucorner acorner
corner without ringing a bell checking checkingthe checkingthe checkingthespeed
thespeed the speed of his machine or dismount dUmouuting dloJmountIng dismounting
ing and run down his confused vie vieUrn vlcr vietlm
tlm UrnSuppose
Suppose wo 10 ask 1181 Coroner Nevett u upedestrian 11I apedestrian
I pedestrian rushing along on foot had hadrun hadrun hadrun
run into Mrs Irs Lauut and rilld thrown and andkilled andkllled andkilled
killed her would such pedestrian be beheld beheld beheld
held blameless And if not how howcomes howcomesit
I Ii i comes comesU it that thatbeing being mounted mountedon on a wheel wheelhe wheeI wheelhe
I he may do the same thing with Impuuity7 impu impunlty h11PUnlty
nlty nltyI uity7 uity7I
I iWhat L What is there sacred or privileged privilegedin IrlvllegedIn
in a mounted bicyclist to take life on onthe onthe onthe
the streets of Washington I Does the thepossession theposEeslon thepossessloU
possession of a bicycle and the accom accomplishment accompUahment aceomplishment ¬
plishment of being able to ride one onearound onearound onearound
around the corner of two busy streets streetsat streetsI1t streetsat
at such a pace that the rider can not notavoid notavoid notavoid
avoid a collision or being able declines declinesto
to do so confer a privilege to take hit hitman huIlium 11 11man
man life Injure or main the unhappy unhappypedestrian unhappypedestrian unhappypedestrian
pedestrian and the rider be held guilt guiltless RulltIClJs guiltless
less in Inial law for his crime crimeThe crimeIhe crimeThe
The impact or force with which whichBarnes whichBames whichBarnes
Barnes must have struck the two hun himdredpound hundredpound hundredpound
dredpound woman to tokuock knock her herdowlI herdowlIIIccuretely herdownuccuretely down downaccuretely
accuretely tells the speed at which he bewas hewas
I was driving his wheelarouid wheel around one of the themost thojmost thei
jmost i most crowded corners of the city That Thati flinthe
i he should beheld be held blameless by the cor corI corloner cotover
I loner over carries carriesusback usbackto us back to thudecisiousofthe thudecisiousofthePurls the decisions oUhe oUheParis of the theParle
Purls tribunals in the latter yean cars pre preceeillng preceelng proceeding
ceeillng the French Revolution of 1802 1802Pedestrians 1892Pedetrlaus 180 1801odeslriaus
Pedestrians were being frequently run rundown rundown rundown
down by the carriages of the nobility nobilityi
i i women and children as I well a Ri aged agedmen agltli agedmen
i < men were being dally dall trodden under undertho ullderI undertime
I time feet of the horses of these th6 e aristocrats aristocratsand IIrlstocratsunll aristocratsand
and history admonishes us that It was wasI wasants
I ants of this character which filially filiallyroused ffuallyroused
i roused the people to madness and re revenge reI re reverge ¬
verge vergeIn vengeIn enge engeIn
I In our day the automoblllst and the thobicyclist thebleyclst thebicyclist
bicyclist appear to usurp the dearly dearlypaid dearlypaid dearlypaid
paid for arrogance of the French nobll nobllty nobllty nobilty
ty despite tho fact that the Paris tnbu tnbuuuU tnbunalsa tnbumilea
uuU nalsa a la Coroner Novell Novettheld No ottheld held the themurderer thomurderer themimurderers
murderer blameless when they theymangled theymallgled theymiraugled
mangled with their horses hoofs the thegreyheaded thegreyheadlll thegreyheaded
greyheaded sire and tender babe babeThis IJaierhl babeThis
This rhl negro bicyclist blecllst Barnes ought to tobe tobe tobe
be indicted Indl ted and regularly tried by a ajury ajury ajury
jury for tho death of Mrs Lauut and If Iffor 1 1for
for no other end than as a 1 warning and andadmonition andadmonition andadmonition
admonition to bicyclists who recklessly recklesslyride reckeesyride recklesslyride
ride through the busy streets of the theCapital theCapital theCapital
Capital that human bUIDnn1lfe life is I sacred sac rOIl and andthat anllthat andthat
that the maiming and death of pedes pedestrians pedestrians pedeetrlnna ¬
trians has a penalty attachment forowners for forowners or orowne18
owners and riders of wheels wheelsIf wheelsIf wheelsIf
If Barnes hud run Into and knockeddown knocked knockeddown knockeddown
down Mrs Launt while running on foot foothe footbe foothe
he would be held to the grand jury and
I tried the fact that he was mounted ona on onn
n wheel does not Coroner Nevitt tocontrarynotwithstaudlug to tocontrary tocontmry
contrary contrarynotwithstaudlug notwithstanding exempt him himfrom himfrom himfrom
from the legal and moral responsibility responsibilityof I Iof
of taking human life lifeNot lICeI lifeNot
Not Greater Than the PartySenatorMcLaurlmi Party PartySenator
I Senator SenatorMcLaurlmi McLaurln of South Carolina Carolinavoted CarolinaI Carolinavoted I
voted and acted with the Republican Republicanmajority Republicanmajority
I I majority of the U S Senate on everyimperialistic every everyimperialistic eer eermeasure I
imperialistic measure put through including In Ineluding
eluding the kingly powers Invested in inthe Inthe luthe
the President l > Senator McLaurln Laurln was wassent wassent wassent
sent to tbe Senate to vote and voiceDemocratic voice voiceDemocratic I IDemocratle
Democratic principles and measures measuresand measuresand measuresand
and to oppose by b vote and voice the Re Republican Hepublican Republican ¬
publican Imperialistic l1ul > erlallstlc program This Thisi ThisJoeing lhlsI
i Joeing > eing the exact situation as to hlspoliti hlspolitical his politi political poUtIcai ¬
cal record r conlll1 iti the Senate of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States the question arises will theStale the theStme theStme
Stme of South Carolina continue him himas himas himas
as its senatorial representative and andthereby andtbereby andthereby
thereby Indorse the very principles to towhich towhich towhich
which its citizens and the Democracy Democracyof Democrnc Democrncof
of the Nation are opposed opposedIt
It has been reported as coming from fromMr fromMr fromMr
Mr McLaurlu that he would resign if ifthe Iftho ifthe
the Democracy of the State requested requestedIt
It or if his course III the Senate met the thedisapproval thedisapproval thedisapproval
disapproval of his constituents It istherefore is istherefore Istberetore
therefore up U to his constituents and andthe andthe andthe
the State of South Carolina There isno is isno Isu
no u question as al to the Senators flopto flop flopto flopto
to tho Marcus Iarcus A Hanun Imperialistic Imperialisticcoterie Ill1perlnllstlccoterie rmuperialisticcoterie
coterie and that he is no longer onlter a Demo Democrut Democrut Democrat
crut Is even evident to himself I1lm8e His Hisspasmodic HIssllasmodlo Hisspasmodic
spasmodic attempt to create n diversion diversionIn dlver lon lonhi
In the business element of his State and andfound nndfOllud andfound
found the nucleus of a bastard Democrane Demo Democratlc Demoeratlc
crane party which would act ns tall to tothe totile tothe
the HnmmMuKluley Hl1JlUa lcltlnley Imperialistic kite kitehas kitehas kitehas
has signally failed and the enthusiasm enthusiasmwitli ellthuhlsmwith enthusiasmwith
with which he predicted the announce announcement 1111110uncement amiouncement ¬
ment of such a proposition would be bereceived bereceived bereceived
received by the progressive and man manufacturing manufacturlng maimufuctunrlug ¬
ufacturing element of the South Is unowhere Isnowhere isnotvhere
nowhere manifest In fact it docs notexist not notexist notI
exist on the contrary there is a soilhmde soli solitude solitudo ¬
I tude of of8l1eucen silenceas sileuce ns profound as that com complained complalued conlplatued
plained of by Alexander Selkirk < n theIsland the theIslaud thedaud
Island Juan Fernandez jeruaudezI
0 Bollludo where are tbe charms charmsWhich cbarnuWhich charmswhich
I Which eaten have seen 111 thy face fnceI3etter rlCeDeller faceFetter
Fetter dwell deilin In the midst of alarmsthan alarms nlnrmaThan alarmsI
Than reign In this horrible placeThe place placeThe placeTho
The late Mr Ir Selkirk in this poeticcomplaint poetic poeticcomplaint 110Ctlci
i complaint accurateydeserlbcs accurately describes the pres present pf pfont prest ¬
ont Isolation of Mr McLaurinNevertheless McLaurin McLaurluNevertheless McLaurinNeertheless
Nevertheless Nevertheless his resignation Is not notforthcoming notforthcoming notforthcoming
forthcoming and there is a 1 suspicion suspicionnot 8usplclonnot suspicionnot
not confined alone aone to his colleague colleagueSenator collelgueI colleagueSenator
Senator Tillmau that Mr McLaurln McLaurlndoes McLaurindoes loLaurin1I0es
I does not intend to resign but proposes proposesto
to hold down his seat as a renegade renegadeDemocratic renegadeDemocratic
1 Democratic Senator from South Caro Carolina Carolhere CaroTina
Tina linaThere
There here is nothing left for Mr Ir Me McLnurlus MeI MeLaurlns
I Lnurlus Democratic colleagues to todo do in httheir intheir 111their
their relations with him when the Sen Senate Senate Senate ¬
ate reconvenes He belongs on the theRepublican theI theRepublican
I Republican side of the chamber and ifrecognition if ifrecognition IfI
I recognition is extended him it must be beof beI beof
of tho nature and bearing shown to toward toI toward
I ward the partys representatives to towhich toi towhich
i which he now nowbelong belongs In otherwords otherwordsacting other otherwordsacting words wordsaotlug
acting with the enemy he must be re regarded reo reogarded regarded ¬
garded as such suehond and to neither Demo Democratic DemoI Democratle Democrane
crane caucus nor conference should his bisperson hisperson hisperson
person be summoned The advice andcountel and andcounsel andcountel
countel of traitors add nothing to the theeffectiveness theI
I I effectiveness wisdom and action of an anincorruptible anincorrulltlbe anincorruptible
incorruptible honest and stralghtfor stralghtforward stralghtrorward straightforward
ward policy hence the absence of Mr MrMcLauriu MrlIcLaurln MrMchaurin
McLauriu from Democratic councils councilswill councilswlll coumicilswill
will be not only onl more valuable than his hispresence blspresence hispresence
presence but much more beneficial tothe to tothe tothe
the party and its It representatives in the theSenate theSenate theSenate
Senate in the convention and else elsewhere elseI elsewhore ¬
I where whereMr whereIr whoreMr
Mr Ir McLauriu has read himself out outof outof outof
of the Democratic party as a safe and andtrusted andtrusted andtrusted
trusted leader at least and if repent repentance repentance repentauce ¬
ance should at any IIn time prompt his re return reo reotl1rn rebun ¬
turn he must like all who have beentried been beentried beentrlell
tried and found wanting begin h s penance pen penance penal1ce ¬
ance by soldiering in the ranks He Hehas IIehas Hehas
has clearly demonstrated his unfitness uufltnessfor un1ltnCfsfor unfitnessfor
for leadership leaderlblpnnd and an intelligent Demo Democracy Democracy Demccracy ¬
cracy either North or South will never hoverfollow neverfollow noverfollow
follow a lender who tlndi the policy of ofthe ofthe
i the opposition the safest and surest for forthe forthe forthe I
the settlement of great questions affecting affect affecting ¬ I Iing
ing the fundamental principles of free freeGovernment freeGovernment freeGovernment
Government GovernmentSenator GovernmentSenator I
Senator MCLaurins change of counations cou 1 1viotious Ivletlol1s
nations become honest and are legiti legitimatized legitlmatize eglUml1tJzec ¬
matized l when he ceases from representlag represent representing repreentlug ¬
lug a betrayed constituency who hold holdthe boldthe holdthe
the opposite opinions on the questions questionsat
at issue between the two great partiesSenator parties partiesSenator partiesSenator
Senator LcLauriu is not greater than thanthe thanthe thanthe
the Democratic party and m d the one or orthe orthe orthe
the other is wrong necessarily From FromMr FromIr FromMr
Mr Ir McLaurlus point pointof of view tho party partyIs I > urty urtyla
Is s wrong hence ho should as an honorable hon honorable honorahlo ¬
orable mau sever his connection with withIt withIt withIt
It and resign as a Democratic U 8 SSenator 8Senator 8Senator
I Icannot
Senator This Is logic Mr Ir McLaurln McLaurlncannot
cannot hide with sophistry Either he hemust hemust liemust
must resign or the party must change changeIts changeIts changeits
Its principles Which shall It beThere be bei I II
i I Ii
j i There was no umbilical cord attachment attach attachment attachment ¬
ment between the Census Department Departmentand
and tho Democratic majority In the thoMaryland theMarylmid i iMaryhuul
Maryland House of Delegates DeeRateslt it was wassimply wassimply I Islmilly
simply a case of extraordinary colncl colncldent eoiieident i ident
dent There are many ninny such cases ca es in inthe htI r
I the books booksIf booksI LooksIf
I Iflights
I If the Jingo colored orator in his hlaflights hisflights
flights of indignation over the alleged allegedor
or imaginary wrongs of his race would wouldpause wouldpause I Ipause
pause long enough to recall the fact that thatIt thatit i iI
I It is to tothe the poor despised white man he heI heis
I Is Indebted for his present status and andto andto andto
to no act thought or effort of his own ownj I Ia II
j I a reasonable basis for his toleration as asan asan asan
an Inferior individual might be arrived arrivedat
f 1 at without Incitation to tothe the Jingo white whiteman whitei whiteman
i man to wipe him off the earth Let us ushave usI ushave
have peaceAssoclatior peace peaceI peaceAs8oclntl
I I Association As8oclntl ll with lti Joe J Jefferson has hasbad hashad i ihad
had 1U influence in tho transformative transformativeor I Ior
or change of life period perlo < of G 0 0hence j jhence I Ibence
hence tho massive specimen of Old Rip hipwho j jwho i iwho
who agitates the circumambient air airwith
I Iwllb iwith
with warnings for a lost strayed or orstolen orstolen orstolen
stolen party I ts
Encourage Manufacturing ManufacturingThe I Ifhe
The large influential and enthusias enthusiastic ¬
tic meeting held on Thursday Thu18dayevenlng Thu18dayevenlngast evening eveninglast eveninglast
last ast in the Masonic Temple in the in interests Interests Interests ¬
terests of the city cltyof of Washington must mustmeet mU8 mU8meeL mustmeet
meet with tho hearty endorsement of ofevery ofevery ofevery
every citizen who has tho Interests of ofthe orthe ofthe
the city at heart whether he be mer merchant merchllnt merchant ¬
chant taxpayer or workingmanManufactories workingman worklngmanManufactories workingmanManuractorlCB
Manufactories for forthls this city is a crying cryingneed cryingneed cryingneed
need and in no city ou this broad con continent contlnent continent ¬
tinent is there n superior location for forfactories forfactories forfactories
factories of all kind Every capital in inEurope InEuropo InEurope
Europe has its share of the manufac manufacturing manufacturlng manufacturing ¬
turing industries of their respective respectivecountries rCBpectivecountries respectivecountries
countries even gay Paris has not die disdained dlsdnlucd dietamed ¬
tamed to encourage them lu her beau beautiful bell beaqtiful ¬
tiful suburbs Washington has kept keptout keptout keptout
out manufacturing by the hostility hostilitymanifested I10Btllltyl11anlfest hostilitymanifested
manifested l11anlfest 1 towards any and every proposed pro proposed proposed
posed enterprise by a few wouldbe wouldbearls wouldbearlstocrnts aris aristocrats nristoermtts ¬
tocrats who did not want the naws nawsty nawsty nawsty
ty toiler to come between them them and andtheir andtheir andtheir
their nobility nobilityFactories nobll1tyFactories nobilityFactories
Factories are the life blood of a city cityand cityand citynod
and without them no city can prosper prosperand prospernnd prosperand
and progress except along the lines of ofancient ofnnclel1t ofancient
ancient Rome a city composed of pat patricians patrlclans patricians ¬
ricians and a semistarving rabble rabblewhich rabblewhich rabblewhich
which had to be fed regularly from tho thopublic thoImbhc thepublic
public crib cribIt cribIt cribIt
It is such a city of villas mas and hovels hovelsa
a city of patricians and plebeians the theopponents theollponents theopponents
opponents of manufacturing industries industriesfor Industriesfor industriesfor
for the capital city of the nation desire desirebut dCBlrebut desirebut
but lu this stirring enlightened and andcommercial andcommercial andcommercial
commercial as a well as manufacturing manufacturingera
era m the worlds progress a city of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this character Is as incongruous as a acircus acircus acircus
circus In a cemetery cemeteryNeither I INeither INeither
Neither the beauty beaut nor tho health of ofWashington ofWnshlngton ofWashington
Washington will be disfigured nor norsuffer norsuffer noreufrer
suffer by the introduction of menufacturhig menu munufacturing mlnufacturlng
facturing industries lu itstuba its Itsububs subuibs be un under under under ¬
der proper municipal restrictions en enforced enforced enforced
forced in the other capitals of the theworld theworld timeworld
world but to properly enforce these re restrictions reo reostrlctIous restrictions ¬
strictions tho necessity of a municipal municipalform Dlunlclpaltorm municipalform
form form of government for this city will willbe wJ1lbe willbe
be keenly felt amt its It absence may re retard reo reotard retard ¬
tard or defeat the meritorious object of ofthe otthe ofthe
the progressive gentlemen at tho head headof headof headof
of this movementHowever movement movementHowever movementHowever
However both movements can si simultaneously slmultaneuusly atmultaneously ¬
multaneously as it were move along alongside alongside alongside
side by sldeaudnll 81dcand sidea dall all good citizens should shouldput shoulllllJt shouldput
put their shoulders to the wheel to fur further further furtimer ¬
ther thelraccomplishmeut thelraccomplishmeutThe their accomplishment aceompllsuuentThe accomplishmentThe
The speeches at the Masonic Temple Templeadmirably IVmpleadmirably 1I11I > e entlmlrah
ntlmlrah admirably covered tho ground grouDllas as to the theadvantages thendvlutagcs thendvautages
advantages to be derived from the es establishment eSt eStlbllshment establishnneut ¬
tablishment of factories and time desira desirable deslrabe desirable ¬
ble class of citizens they would Invite Inviteto Inviteto inviteto
to settle In our midst and develop developWashington developWnshlngtou developWashington
Washington into a rival of Berlin or orParis orPurls orParis
Paris v ulth 1th their more than a million ofpopulation of ofpopulation ofpOlJUlation
population each eachThe each1he eachThe
The Influx of skilled citizens would wouldsettle wouldeUe wouldsettle
settle the nightmare of negro suprema supremacy supremacy supremaey ¬
cy which appears to unnecessarily unnecessarilytrouble unnecessarilytrouble unnecessarilytrouble
trouble the souls of so many politi politicians politiclaus politiclans ¬
claus and exclusive xc slve fine haired deni denizens denlzens denizene ¬
zens of more or less CS prejudice and nervousness nerv nervousness ner nerousness ¬
ousness and the establishment establl hment of home homerule homerule homerule
rule for theDistrct the District would then enlist enlisttheir enlisttheir t ttheir
their support we hope At all events eventsWashington eventsVashlugtou eventsWashington
Washington would boom and every everyresident everyresident everyresident
resident aristocrat and plebeian alike alikewould alikewould alikewould
would feel the effects aud have a IIlIew IIlIewhealthy new newhealthy newhealthy
healthy and andllfeglvlng llteglvlug current curent inject injected Injected injected ¬
ed Into all 11 the arteries and anl channels of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their lives their theirhomes homes and their busi business buslness ¬
nessThe ness nessThe I i
The statistics statslcs read at the meeting meetingwhich meetng meetngwhich meetingwhich
which were received from Berlin Berln the thecapital thocapial thecapital
capial capital of Germany and the center of ofKaiser ofUalser of1alser
Kaiser Williams Willams great empire are in initructlve Instructhe Instructive
itructlve and we quote this paragraph paragraphfrom pargraph pargraphfrom paragraphfrom
from CousulGenenil Masons report reportThere reJlortherA reportThere
There herA were In operation In Berlin Berlinluring Berlindaring
Berin Berindurng
luring durng the year ear 1899 1351 separate BOJarte es estat establlshments establlehmentsinwhichtivera
tabllshments tabllehmentsinwhichtivera tat > lishmeutBlu In which were employed
14039 4039 operatives oprates to whom were paid paidas paidas paidas
as wages 48803675 48SO57 marks 11610507 11610507The 151067 151067fhe 11510507lhe
The total number of manufacturing manufacturinglinns manufacturingHrms manufacturingIlrms
linns and companies com panics in the whole dis district dlstrct dletrict ¬
trct trict of Berlin Berllnt which includes the pro proi province provinceof
vince vinceof of Brauuenturg Brautlenburg i Pomerania and andWest andVest i iWest
West Prussia was 8110 810 with 03130 03130operatives 03130operatves 03130operatives
operatves operatives who received during the thepast thopast tboplSt
plSt past year 89731744 S973174 marks as wages wagesBerlin wagesBerln wagesBerlin
Berlin Berln has 1870220 l8iO 2 inhabitants luhablants or ornlmost oramOt oralmost
almost amOt seven times lmes the population of ofWashington ofWashington ofWashington
Washington and to tl the factories in inBerlin InBerln inBerlin
Berln Berlin Is the growth of that city due dueSome dueI dueSle dueSome I
Sle Some but not all of its Is varied interests interestsare Interestsare interestsare
I IFlour
are given as follows followsFlour folows I II i iFlour
Flour and other mill products beer beerbulscult beerbulscult beerbuiscuit
bulscult bread chicory alcohol es essences essences essences ¬
sences perfumery liquors lquols cigars cigar and andtobacco amitobacco andtobacco
tobacco stoves locomotives lomotives and station stationary staton statonoryeng stationnry ¬
oryeng nry ary engines nea muhine tools tos8treet street and andrailway andraiway andrailway
raiway railway cars electrical machinery tachlnery telephones tele telephones ¬
phones and fixtures fxtures telegraph iustru iustruments Instruments tustruments
ments blcycl ssafes ssnes printing llrntng presses pressestype prese pressestype
type and linotype lnotype machines 11chines lamps lampsbronze lalps lalpsheatng lampsheating
heating heatng appartuslold apparatus gold silver and andbronze amidbronze
bronze art goods gos and jewelry meters metersand metersand metersand
and other apparatus for forgas gas and acety acetylene IIcetylene acetylene ¬
lene lene wagons carriages automobiles automobilesand automobies automobiesand auGmrobilesgod
and parts thereot bricks and tiles tilescloaks tes tescoaks tilescloaks
coaks cloaks and clothing In wool wo cotton cottonsilk cottonsik cottonsilk
sik silk and linen lnen umbrellas umbrells and parasols parasolsshoes parasosBhoCB parasolssines
shoes jute jutegootls goods passementerie pasementero pianos pianosand pianosand pianosand
and other musical instruments paper paperand papermil papernod
and mil paper nmche goods books boks and gas gasfor gasfor gasfor
for Illuminating ll1umlnltng papr and heating heatng purposes purposesAlmost purpoes purpoesAlmost purposesAlmost
Almost one hundred thousand thou ld opera operatives operat operatives ¬
t tives es and a pay roll of oightyulue mill millions mJllIons millIons
ions of marks per annum as wages wage I IWith IWIh IWith
With WIh the establishment establshment of manufacto manufactories nranufactoties ¬
ties In Washington we can overtake overtakeBerlin overtakeBerln overtakeBerlin
Berlin Berln before bforo the present lrcent century gets getsold gotsol getsold
old ol enough to wear a beard I We W 0 can cantap cantap cantap
tap the East Ea t for the inventive Inventve Yankeeand yankee yankeeand yankeeand
and the West for the brawny toiler tollerand toler tolerand toilerand
and we can cln monopolize monopolze the mark ts t of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the South Washington Wahington is geographi geographically geographlcaly geographicaify ¬
cally caly located louted to out distance dltance any manu manufacturing manufl0tulng manufaaturring ¬
facturing fl0tulng city ciy lu the country countryand and if iU iUcitizens lt ltctzens Itscitizens
ctzens citizens display the proper enterprise onterprisonmrd enterpriseand enterprisennd
and loyally 10lly support the public publo spirited spiritedgentlemen spiritedgentemen spiritedgentlemen
gentemen gentlemen at the head of this move movernentit movemont movemoat
mont rnentit It will wi take its rightful rgbtul place placeamong placealng placeamong
alng among the great manufacturing cities citiesof cies ciesof citiesof
of tho country countryOneeyed countryOneeyed countryOno
Oneeyed Ono eyed men have a lively lvely time tmo inWnsldngtmr In InVnshlngtou InWashington
Washington dodging dodflng the festive festve auto autouobilist automoblst automobilist
uobilist moblst and the fiery cyclllst cyclst especl especllly espl esplalyM1cn espeelally
alyM1cn ally lly When the Ib Pbum bum n lamp la lp Is on the theear thenear
near ear side of the machine mach lime I
The Maryland Marland SituationThe Situation SituationThe Siuaton SiuatonThe
The unexpected unexp cted result of the elections electionsIn electons electonsIn
In the city cty of Baltimore Balimore has 111 so greatly greatlyelated greaty greatyelated greatlyelated
elated the Republicans Republcaus of Maryland 1aryand that thatin thatIn thatin
in their enthusiasm they already claim claimthat claimthat claimthat
that the State will wi do likewise next fall fallThey fal fallThey
They boast boat that the educational educatonal test law lawpassed lawpassed aw awpassed
passed at the extra session of the Legis Leglsnature Legislature Legislature ¬
lature recently recenty held has reacted on tho thoheads thoheads thebeads
heads of the Democratic Democrtc managers manager who whoengineered whoengineered whoengineered
engineered It and that exSenator ex Senator Gor Gorman Gorman Gorman ¬
man has his been signally signaly rebuked rebukedThere rebukedThere rebukedThero
There Is a second think coming to the theenthusiasts thoenthusiasts theenthusiasts
enthusiasts who wh put forth these claims claimsIn cllms cllmsIn claimsIn
In the first frst place the elections electons in Balti Baltimore Balt Baltimore ¬
more were not contested on the educa educational educ educI educational ¬
I tional tona test nor on the stuffing stufng of the cen census census consue ¬
sus returns by the indicted Republican Republicanenumerators Republcan Republcanenumemtors Republicanenumerators
enumerators and supervisors It was a apersonal aperonal apersonal
personal peronal fight fght within the party and fac faction facton Inclion ¬
lion ton fought faction facton while whie the Republicans Republicansmassed Ropubhcansmassed Republicansmassed
massed In solid sold column and was helped helpedby helpedby helpedby
by one of the factions flotons to carry crry the city cityNo cityNo cityNo
No such conditions will enter into the thecontest thecontest thecontest
conditons w1
contest In November next Then if I the thoRepublicans theHepublCns theRepublicans
Republicans HepublCns please they can make the thecontcit thocontest thecontest
contest for supremacy on the Issue of an aneducational aneduCtonl1 aneducational
educational eduCtonl1 test tESt which has already re received recclved received ¬
ceived the warm commendation commeldatlon of many manyinfluential manyIntuental manyinfluential
influential Intuental Republican Republcan organs through throughout throughout throughout ¬
out tho country The party of honest honestcount bonestcount honestcount
count and fair elections electons can also raise raisethe misethe raisethe
the issue Ilsue of stuffed stufed census returns returnsbut returls returlsbut returnsbut
but will wlit itt it Will Wi the Republican Hcpublcan cam campaign oampalgn cama ¬
palgn managers come out In the open openand openand openand
and proclaim on the stump what the theleaders thecaders theleaders
leaders In the house 10use of Delegates so soboldly soboldly soboldly
boldly asserted at tho recent extra ses session sesslon seselon ¬
sion 7 Those Indictments found by the thogrand thegrand thegrand
grand jury will wllo be awkward Iwltward documents documentsto
to face by even the boldest and most mostimpudent mostImpucnt mostimpudent
impudent of Republican Republcn orators ortors Still Stillwe 8tl Stillwe
we will v1 not be suprlsed slprlsed if they attempt attemptto
to deny or explain them satisfactorily satsfactoriy to totho tothe tothe
the illiterate iierate voters whom they have had hadat hadat hadat
at school since sinc the passage of the educa educational educatonl educational ¬
tional tonl test law But the Intelligent Intelgent and andconservative andconservatvo andconservative
conservative conservatvo element t of the State will willregister wi willregister
register Ito condemnation condemnaton of tho census censusBluffing censusstufng censusstulllug
Bluffing stufng frauds fruds and tint tmt too Irrespective Irrespectiveof
of party partySenator partySonator partySenator
Senator Gorman and an In united Democracy Democ Democracy Democracy ¬
racy will wi be In tho saddle in the Ides of ofNovember ofNovcmber ofNovember
November and the result rClult of the battle battlewill batte battewi battlewill
will wi be the redemption redempton of Maryland Ialyland from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the clutches of census padders and the thoparty theparty theparty
party which puts a premium a on ignoranceby Ignorance Ignoranceby
by braglng bragiagits its Is impotent protests and of offending offeOlng oflending ¬
fending feOlng the intelligence Intelgence of a high hlghsplrled hlghsplrledand highspirited highspiritedamid spirited spiritedand
and historic Commonwealth Commonwealh will wi bo sig signally slgnaly sigashy ¬
ashy naly rebuked robukcdIn robukedIn rebukedIn
In response to the Inquiry of a 1 com comrade comrade comradetime ¬
radetime rade the editor eior of The ho Sunday Globe Globerefers Gobe Goberefers Globerefers
refers him to the printed prnied proceedings proceedingsof
of the National Natonul Encampment G A AR AR AR
R held at Denver Col In 18S4 884 The Thoreport Thereport Ihereport
report of the encampment shows that thatthe t1at t1atthe thatthe
the resolution reoluton petitioning pettoning Congress Oongrss to tomake tomake tomake
make Memorial Day a national nltona holiday holidaywas holday holdaywaS holidaywas
was Introduced Introduc by the editor editr of this thispaper thispaper thispaper
paper and that Comrade Cmra the laid Senator Sen Senator 8enatr ¬
ator atr Logan promised prmisd then and subse subsequently subs subsquently subsequently
quently performed the task of Introduc Introducing IntrOtuc IntrOtucIng introducing ¬
ing into the Senate and enacting into intolaw Intolaw intolav
law the said resolution resluton which wlch for the thefirst thoflrst theflrsttinme
first flrsttinme time tme made Memorial Memoral Day a 1 Na amtional National Ja Ja101al ¬
tional 101al holiday holdny of legal obligation oblgaton Up Upto Upto Upto
to the enactment of the law lw it had hadbeen hadbeen hindbeen
been observed only by courtesy courtesyA courtsy courtsyA
A Typical Appointment AppointmentMr
Mr Ir McKlnley lcKlnloysapllolntment fs appointment of Francis FrancisB
B Gcssner of Ohio to the consular consularservice consularservice consularservice
service evidences the exalted exled opinion his hisexcellency hisoxcelency hisexcellency
excellency oxcelency entertains of that tlJ t branch rncb of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the public service Gespiicrs GesJlers appoint appointment appointment appointmeat ¬
ment may moy be said to bo a typical typicl HoKin MoKinley HoKinloy loKlnJoy
Joy selection seecton Of course it meets with withtho wih wihtbo withthe
the unexpressed condemnation oondemnatol of every everynewspaper everynewspaper everynewspaper
newspaper man and citizen ctizen who knows knowstbU knowsthllltte knowsthis
this thllltte little toady and old lickspittle lickspittleThose lckspite lckspiteThose lickspittleThose
Those who know Gessner and his hisrecord blsrecord hlsrecord
record In Ohio need not be reminded that thatho thathe thathe
he has as much morality moralty as a tom cat and andas andas andas
as little lttle discretion discrcton as a monkey mentally mentallyunsound mentaly mentalyulound mentallyunsound
unsound ulound ho is irresponsibly hlsIIOJslby treacherous treacherousand treaoheronslnd treacherousand
and commands as much continuity contnuity of ofthought ofthought ofthought
thought as an owl owlIlls owlIs owlIlls
Ills Is one great qualification IluallfcatoJ from from the thoMcKinley tbelcKnley theMcKinley
McKinley lcKnley point of view for tho consular consularscrvloe oonsularservla consularservice
service servla is his record as a patient patent in a asanitarium asanitarium asanitarium
sanitarium under treatment for a bad badcaso badcaso badease
caso of total depravity and a 1 vacuum vaOllm In Inhis Inbls inhie
his undersized skull skul Ho lo was discharged dischargedwith dlsebargedwith dischargedwith
with a guarantee of his future harmless harmlessness harmlessness harmlessness
ness to either sex as he lacked mascu masculinity mlou mlouInlty masculhmity ¬
linity Inlty to be even evenadude a dude du e For some years yearshe yearsbe yearshe
he has hal been eking out a semlquarantino semlquarantinoexistence semlquarntno semlquarntnoexistence miniquarantineexistence
existence in this city as an alleged aleged cor correspondent correspondent correspondent ¬
respondent of the Columbus Ohio Stato StatoJournal StatoJoural StateJournal
Journal Joural a 1 newspaper with a state nota notarlcty notarlety notanary
nary for studhorso stud horso display typo over the thedreariest thedreariest he hedrearlcst
dreariest drivel ever composed by man or orlinotype orlnotype orlinotype
linotype lnotype Ills Hs munificent munifcent salary of seven sevenor sovonor sevenor
or eight dollars dolars weekly weeldytbo tho standard standardcompensation standardcompensation standardcompensation
compensation of Journal employees employeesbo employeesbohas ho hohas
has expended in plug pug hats and red redneckties redncoktes redneckties
neckties ncoktes to time exclusion b che he other othernecessary otherI othernecessary othernecessary
necessary articles artolcs time humblest aro ac accustomed accustomed no nocustomed ¬
I customed to exchange after the refresh refreshment refreshment refreshmeat ¬
ment of a 1 bath bathWith bathWltb bathWitlm
With a lisp sp In his articulation arlculaton that a amatinco aI amatnee amatinco
I matnee matinco girl might envy the manners of ofon ofan ofan
an understudy to a street fakir and al1 with withthe withthe withthe
the gait and frame of an effeminate olemlnate centi centipede ccnt ccntipede ¬
pede ho goes to Germany as a typical typicalAmerican typicalAmercan typicalAmerican
American Amercan roproscntatlvcl roproscntatlvclSuch releseltatve ropuusommtativelSuch I ISuoh
Such Is the vanity of our President Preeldentand Preeldentandhis and andhis andhis
his capacity for u taffy taly that even Incur Incurable Incurable incurj
j able Idiocy manifesting manlfostlll Itself Iselln in gibbering gibberingsycophancy gibberingsycollhanoy gibberingsycophancy
sycophancy and parrot reiteration relt ralon of the thetypewritten thoI thetypewritten
I typewriten typewritten eulogies prepared at time thoWlilto tboWhltu timeWLlto
Wlilto House are sure of recognition rccognlton in hrthe intho Intho
tho military mitary and civil civi service of the thocountry thecountry thecountry
country Fortunate Fortunae indeed Is It for themilitary the thomilitary themliary
military mliary Helstands lelstands and civilian Geisnofs Geisnofsthat GessnerI Gessnorsthat
I that tho country has a President who Is Isprouder IsIJruder leprouder
prouder IJruder of his Ils Imitative Imitatve Napoleonic re resemblance reI ¬
n I semblance and pose than ho is solicitous solicitousas sololtous sololtousto
as to the qualifications qualifcatons and fitness ftncs of those thosewhom thosoI thosewhom
whom ho selects to serve the public publo at athomo atbomo athome
homo or abroad abroadPleased abroadPlea abroadPleated
Pleased Plea ed dogs can wag ag their tails tais in inWashington InWahlngon inWashington
Washington Wahlngon Sundays caudal Cudal append appendages appendIges appendages ¬
ages Iges being exempt from the melan melancholy mclancholy melancholyprovisions ¬
cholyprovisions choly provisions I1rovJlons of our closing law lawHappy lawHappy lawHappy
Happy canines Cnlnesl
In Seeing Washington In Daylight 1ayllghtand Daylightand Daylght Daylghtand
and After Afer Dark DarkThe Dark DarkThe DarkThe
The U Seeing Washington I trolleys trolleysafford troleys troleysafor trolleysafford
afor afford a I delightful delightfl birdseye view of the tboCapital theCapia theCapital
Capital Capia for peronaly personally misguided tourists touristseconomically toursts tourstseoonomlcaly touristseconomically
economically eoonomlcaly inclined Inclned but cranks with a aMission RMission aMission
Mission and selfappointed seIapplnted Custodians of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the moral morl health healh of the republic rpublc republicshould republicshouldpatronize should shouldpatronize
patronize the nighthawk service if 1 they theywould theywould theywould I
would ascertain ascertin the real bottom botom facts In Inour Inour inour
our social organism organismAdvanced organlsl i iAdvanced IAdvanced
Advanced thinkers thlnkersandsocll and social reformers reformersshould reformersshould
should avail avai themselves themselYs of the OpenDoor Open OpenDoor OpenDoor I
Door in our Chinese walled waled division divisionbetween divisionbetween I
between the municipal post office ofce and andthe andthe
the White Whie Lot and If keenly observant observantthey observantthey observantthey I
they may mlY detect the bypaths connecting connectingthat connectingthat connectingthat
that social soclol Floradora Forador with wih the balls hals of ofCongress ofCongress ofCongress
Congress and the Government depart departments departmcnts departmeats ¬
meats as well wel as with the somewhat somewhlt in inaccessible Inaccessible inaccessible ¬
accessible precincts precncts of the Forbidden ForbiddenCity ForbiddenCiy ForbiddenCity
City Ciy Northwest NorthwestThe Norhwest NorhwestTho NorthwestThe
The nighthawk service is conducted conductedwith conductedI conductedwllh conductedwith I
with burning stillness stlnes There is no inti intimation Int Intimotion ¬
motion by megaphone that thot the Exploring ExploringParty ExploringParty I
Party Is now at the gate of Sophlo Sul Sulphurs bulphurs UI UIphurs ¬
phurs Palace of Porctlc Pore tic Recreation RecreationThe Rcereaton RcereatonThe RecreationThe
The slumbers of the District police polco are arenot arenot arenot
not disturbed disturbd as the rubbertired rubbertred vehicles vehiclespassed vehlcespasscd vehiclespassed
passed headquarters The dogs are seemingiy seem seemingly ¬ I IIngy
ingly chloroformed and no sound save savethe savethe savethe
the ticking of a lost watch or the sigh of ofa ofa i ia
a vanishing reputation reputaton breaks tho silence silenceof sience sienceof silenceof
of tho capitals Refuge for Its Is Refuse RefuseSeeing RefuseSeeing I
Seeing Washington for fifty ffy cents centsby centsby centsby
by daylight daylght Is a dream dreamseeing seeing Washing Washington Washington Washington
ton by moonlight moonlght for fifty ffty dollars dolars is I an analtogether analogether analtogether
altogether alogether different dllcrent nightmare calculated calculatedto I Ito
to leave a lasting astng Impression and incite incitemoral Incitemoral incitemoral
moral strictures when Reuben starts for forhum forHIlm fortram
HIlm HIlmTHE hum humTHE tramTHE
According to Little Lite Buttercup Butercup of ofpleasant ofple8ant ofpleasmnt
pleasant ple8ant Pinafore Pln fore memory memoryTilings men10ryThInKS memoryThings
ThInKS arent always nlvas what wb t they lhe seem neemThat seemfhl1t seemflint
That this is the subdominant aub dominmtt base baseof bnseof baseof
of the cult of Incredulity Increduly termed the theChristian tbeChrstan theChristian
Christian Chrstan Science need not be argued arguedYou arguedYou arguedYou
You think your tooth aches but you younremlstaken youare youaremistaken
nremlstaken are mistaken Think again and think thinkotherwise thinkutherwlse thinkotherwise
otherwise and perhaps If you nro taut pufflclently piflclenty tautfleiently
flclently flclenty scientific sclentfoand sciemitifloand ami chnstlanly ehmtany your yourofleudlug youro youroffending
offending o ndlng molar and its itsadjacent adjacent nerves nerveswill nerveswill crves crveswi
will wi suspend their torments tormentsA torment
A powerful po lrfu Imagination Imaginton ovcrcometh ovcrcomethall
all things quote the soothsayers of Con Concord Concord Concord
cord N II IIRelievo I fh fhRelieve
Relieve Relevo your mind of the Idea Ide that thatyour thatyour thatyour
your leg or your pocket is broke and tho thosemblance thosembance timesemblance
semblance of dislocation dislocaton forthwith dis disappears dlsappcars disappears ¬
appears appearsA
A great and valuable discovery truly trulyand trulyand trulyand
and most timely tmey for the needs of the thepolitical thepoltcal thepolitical
political poltcal practitioners prcttoners employed at great greatexpense greatezpeuse greatexpense
expense to allay tho nervous apprehen apprehensions apprehenslons apprelmenlions ¬
lions of the public publc and encourage encourale the theunlucky theunlucky theunlucky
unlucky and the Impoverished to believe believethat belove belovethat believethat
that in reality realy they are participators 1artclJators In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the golden shower of prosperity prosperty and andplenty andplenLy andplenty
plenty plenLyAnl plentyAnd plentyAnd >
And how consoling consolng is the mglc formula formulafor formu1 formulafor
for tho dispossessed dlspossesed widow the dis discharged dlscharged discharged ¬
charged mechanic the enforcedly idle idleapprentice idleapprentice Idleappreltce
appreltce apprentice and the mill mi hands laid off offtill 01 offtill
till the market rallies rles rlesYou ralliesYou I IYou
You are not really realy In want want There is isa Isa Isa
a plenty around youl You are not pen penniless pennlessl pennilessl ¬
niless nlessl Your brothers In finance financeIor flnanccSloegan Mor MorganRockfeller
I Igan
gan ganRockfeller Rockfeller Rockfeler Gage and MarkHanna MarkHannaare Mark Hanna Hannaare Hannaare
are rolling roing In wealth wealh I You Yo are lre not nothungry nothungry nothungry
hungry or naked or cold or fovercdlJust fevered feveredlJust I IJust
Just think It over and learn your mistake mistakeby mistakeby mistakeby
by the light lght of Christian Christan scientific scIentfc princi principle prlnclpie principlc ¬
pie applied appled to the social soclnlsltuatoa soclnlsltuatoaThe situation situationThe situationThe
The pessimist must go Dont waste wastesympathy wastesympathy wastesympathy
sympathy on the honest laborer who has hasfailed hasI hasfalcd hasfailed I
failed falcd to improve his opportunities opportunllcs as ashave asI ashave ashave I
have many who are still sti at large for lack lackof lackof lackof
of jail Jai room or through the exercise of ofa ofI ofa
a I pull pul in the criminal courts courtsTeach courtsTeach courtsTeach
Teach the idle workingman to let his hisImagination hisImaginaton hisImagination
Imagination Imaginaton play and so avert avcr the Ile pinch pinchof pinchof I Iof
of poverty In this era of unprecedented unprecedentedprosperity unprecedentedprosperity npreccdentedprosperity
prosperity prosperityTo
To 10 save ten seats soatsln In each car cr the street streetr streetCr streetcarcompanlescompel
Cr carcompanlescompel r companies com panics compel con1pl conductors conductlrs to use usehe useI usetbe usethe I
the he running footboards running parallel parallelm parlel parlelon
on m either side of the car cor This foot footboard footboard footboard ¬
board exorcise Is only possible to active activeyoung actve actveyoung activeyoung
young men and they the are not at nil al times timessecure tmes timessecure I Isecure
secure from accident accidentNow accidentNow I INow
Now If wo had a 1 municipal form of ofgovernment ofgovernment i
government this and the capricious man manner manner mannor
ner In which the companies treat tho thopublic thopublc thepublic
publc public in the matter mater of speed and ac accommodation accommodaton accommodation ¬
commodaton commodation would speedily speediy be remo remodied rcmodied remodied
died TIm footboard root board Is an outrage that thatought thatought I Iough
ough ought to be condemned by public publo opinion opinionIn
In no uncertain terms termsRcsidcn termsResidents I I II
Rcsidcn Residents ts of the narrow street in which whichChief whichChief whichChief
Chief Clerk Schofleld Schofeld of tho War Depart Department Departmeat epart i
ment resides are complaining compalnlng of the fro frequency froquency ¬ I
quency with wih which tho government goverment car carrlage cr carriage I Irlage
rlage and prancing horses shakes up their theirquiet theirquiet I Iquiet
quiet street I Tho carriage carrage Is cither cithercoming eitherI i
coming or going the whole time tmo is the theway thoway theway
way the complaining neighbors put it itBeing ItBeing itBeing
Being asked If it was not jealousy that thatprompted Lbatprompted thatprompted
prompted time complaints they Indlg Indlgnantly IndlgnanUy indignantly
nantly spurned spured the Idea Idcl and hold on to totho tothe I
tho original excuse of too much racket racketand
I IBnd Iand
and too many lany visits visis of the gcorgeous gcorgeousturnout goorgeousturnout I
turout turnoutThe turnout turnoutThe
I IThe
The Iten ten per I > er centers centrs defythe trusts lrustsas trsts trstsas trustsas
as they can never form a combination combinationpowerful Clblnaton cunbinatlompowerful
I Ipowerful
powerful enough to prevent a govern government gover governflmeat ¬ I Iment
ment clerk cerk from frm hypothecating hYl1thocntng his hissalary hissalary hissalary
salarySenator salary salarySenator
I Idescent
Senator MoLnurln loLaurln MoLnurhmfact is Isot of modest modost8otb modeatSeotch Scotch Scotchdescent I
descent decent hence his natural natnr conviction convictionthat cnvleton convictionthat i ithat
that the individual Is greater grcatr than thln the thoparty theparty i iMohnnmed I
party The mountain mountin must come to toMohamed to1oha1ed
Mohamed 1oha1ed MohnnmedLong i iLong iLon
Long Lon on building buiding and short on onnewspaper onnewspRper onnewspaper
newspaper stockologcially describes describestho deEcrJJcs describesthe I Itho
tho bargain sale organ winklng winklngevenln winklingeveniugly winkling winklingeveningly
eveningly evenln ly across they way wayThe I ITho
I i iThe
The winged wllg 1 Mercuries in front of ofWarwicks ofVarwleks ofWarwicks
Warwicks are not responsible rCBpnslble for nil niltho aUthe allthe
the crosseyed fair ones onesof of Washington Washimigtousome i isome isome
some were born brn that way wayThe wayThe I I II
The White Whit rats mtf will wl have to face a anew anew anew
new foe 0 in the proposed proped Religious ReligiousVaudeville Relgious RelgiousVaudevJo ReligiousVaudeville
Vaudeville VaudevJo performance prforanc to be b instltu instltutee Instu Instute institutee
tee te in the West Wet i
Some Sme Criticisms CrJclD on the Annual CI Col Collections Col Collections ¬
lections lectons In the Departments DepartmentsDISCONTINUANCE DepartmentsDSCONTINUANC DepartmentsDISCONTINUANCE
The Bad Effects Efecls of this System of Raising RaisingFunds RaISlngFunds RaisingFunds
Funds for the Proper Observance Observanceof Obseancl Obseanclof
of the OajHow It I Is IsDone IsDone IsDone
Done In Other OtherCitlet OlherClUe OtherCities
Cities CitletThe ClUe ClUeThe CitiesThe
The annual collection cllecton in n tho Depart Departments Departments Departments ¬
ments for Memorial Memoral Day flowers was wastaken wastaken wastaken
taken up the past week in some of the thegovernment thegovernment thegovernment
government buildings buldlns There is much muchcomment ri 1 1comment
comment going on among the contrib contributors contrlbutors contributors ¬ i
utors as a usual some going so far as I to tocharacterize tocbaracterlze tocharacterize
characterize this annual collection colecton as IS a aspecies uspie aspecies
species spie of polite pole blackmail blackmai levied un ¬
der the guise of pntrotkm pftrotlsm Of course
this Is an unjustifiable unjustfiable misstatement mlsatatetnentand mlssltment mlssltmentand coure
and not warranted by the 11 facts focU for forany forany forany
any man can decline delno to contribute cntrbut with without without ¬
wlh wlhout
out fear of the consequences consequencesMemorial consequencesIemorla consequencesMemorial
Memorial Iemorla Day with wih all al its Is sacred sacrd
duties dutes to the living lving and the dead should 1
be fittingly observed
lltugly especially by
those in the servica serlcG servieoof of the Government
The fallen heroes her s desrves by the pub
lime lme sacrifice 8acrJce of their lives JVCB nil the tri tr ¬
butes and nil the tears tar of remembranceoffered remembrance remembranceoffered remembrnce remembrnceotered
offered at their silent t bivouacs
otered slel It I Is a asacred asacred asacred
sacred ceremony ceremonYod old as humanity humaniy to
honor the memories memorlr of those who died
fighting flgbtlnJ the battles bates of their country
and all al civilized clvlzed nations natons have cared for foror foror
or distinguished the Ih survivors v by deco decorations d dratolls decorntiomis
rations ratolls pensions and honors But in
this sacred duty dut of remembrance of the thefallen thefalen timefallen
fallen falen nothing should be done by the
living or surviving comrades cOlrdes to bring f freproachor
reproachor causesiulster comment and
these annual collections colecUn18 In all al the th De Departments Departmcnts Departments ¬
partments have a tendency tenlency to that ef ¬
In all nI the other cities cites of the North
the local Grand Grnd Army posts post pays fitting
tribute to thedead the tie dead and flowers fowers iu abun
dance are iprovlded to decorate decorto the thegraves thograves thegraves
graves gravesVoluntary gravesVoluntary gravesVoluntary
Voluntary contributions are usually
called cal cd for and the women organizations organizationsof organIzatons organIzatonsof usualy
of tho Post charge themselves with the thecollection thecolecton thecollection
collection colecton of the flowers fowers and all al the other
details detllls If I there thereis is any financial fnancial shortage shorage
the posts promptly prompty come forward and the thesubscriptions thesubscriptons thesubscriptions
subscriptions subscriptons of Its Is members soon liqui Iqul Iqulate ¬
date ate the indebtedness indebtednessIt IndebtcdncssI
It I is I estimated cstmated that there ther are over
30000 SOOo employees of the Government Goverment in intho Inthe Inthe
the several sevcrl departments The total sum sumrealized sumrealized sumrealized
realized from the ten and twentyfive twentyfivecent twentyfve twentyfvecent twentyfivecent
cent donations Is entirely entrely unnecessary unreceuary for forthe
tho expressed object of its collection colecUon
Five hundred dollars dolar ought ougb to t easily easiy
cover the expenditures of onlemorlal Memorial Day
What becomes of ohhe the large sum um collected olected
is a question queton which Is creating creatng scandal scandalamong scndal scndalamong scandalamong
among the old loldiersand loldler soldiers and It Is from fromthis fromthis fromthis
this class the Globe Gobo is made aware of the
dluatsfleton dissatisfaction which exists over this an annual annua annual ¬ h
nual nua levy on the employees and clerks of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the departments departmentsThe delartmentsThe
The old soldiers feel that the whole wholetendency wholotendenoy wholetendency
tendency of the matter mlter Is to belittle belittlethem beltte belttethem belittlethem
them and excite ecie prejudice agaInst exsol exsoldiers exsollers ex sol soldiets ¬
diets lers by their fellow felow clerks cerks and em employees empoyees employees
ployees who either fought on the wrong wronpside wrongsldc wrongside
side or were too young or lacked the thepatriotism thepatriotsm timepatriotism
patriotism patriotsm to shoulder a musket for the thepreservation theprrservaton thepreservation
preservation prrservaton of the Union In fact the tineold thoold theold
old soldier is put on the defensive ex explaining explalnlng axplanning ¬
planning a matter mater he knows nothing nothingabout nothing nothingabout
about himself himsel viz the disposition dispositon of the thomoney themoney themoney
money collected colecte or rather rther the large sur surplui surplus surplus
plus left after aler tho expenses of the day dayproper dypropCl dayrproper
proper are deducted for fol it is conceded concededthat concededthat concededtlmat
that but a small smaI portion of the thousands thousandscollected thousandscolected thousandscollected
colected collected is expended lathe necessity
flowers wagons lunch etc provided on onMemorial onIemorlal onMemorial
Memorial Day DayTo DayTo DayTo
To bring this matter mater more clearly home hometo homoto hometo
to the various posts or to those at the thelicad thehead thehead
head of this annual election eecton tho Globe Globeprints Gobe Gobeprints Globeprints
prints this brief Interview InterviewDid InterviewDd n nDid
DayNo Day Did Dd you subscribe for Memorial MemorialDayt MemorialDay Iemoral IemoralDay
No sir I put putupnomoney up no money for forflowcrs forflowcrsto flowers flowersto fowers fowersto
to honor those who stabbed tho South to toileath todeath todeath
death deathBut
But the South Is alive alve and a flourish flourishIng 10urlsh 10urlshIng flourishing
Ing part of the Union now nowYes nowYes nowYes
Yes and we children chidren of the South Southhave Southhavo Southhave
have made it so We care for our living livingexsoldiers lving lvingoxsodlers livingoxsoldiers
exsoldiers and we provide flowers 10wers for fortho fortho forthe
tho dead too without making a collec collection colec colecton ¬ i ilion
lion ton In the departmentsThis departments departmentsThis o oTbls
This expresses the sentiments sentments however howeveruncharitable howeveruncharltablo howeveruncharitable
uncharitable and Inll unpatriotic unpatrotic of a class classmembers cass cassmember classmembera
members member of which are asked to subscribe subscribeThen subscribeThen subscribeThea
Then again we have our own wn reluctant reluctantpeople reluctantpeople reluctantpeople
people who neither neiher served In the army armyif armyIftbey armyif
if Iftbey they were old enough and who if I f too tooyoung to toyoung tooyoung
young express eprcss themselves tired tred of the thoold theold timeold
old soldier racket It is from these thesetho thesethe thesethe
the cry comes regularly that the old oldsoldier oldsoldier oldsoldier
soldier Is played out etc etcEvery etcEvery etcEvery
Every decent dccnt patriotic llatrlotc exsoldier ex soldior In Intho Intho inthe
tho District Dstrict would rather g > down own in his hispocket hispocket hispocket
pocket and anl subscribe the tle extra extr sum re required reo reoqulred required ¬
quired than have annual collections colectons made madeBut madeBut madeBut
But there will wi not be and ought not to be beany boany beany
any extra sum sum required nor any hardship hardshipImposed hardshipImposcil hardshipimposed
Imposed on the exsoldlcr ex sohdier in tho sum sumreally sunlrealy sumreally
really realy necessary for the observance ol the thoday theday theday
day dayAs
As stated In tho other oIler cities of the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country tho day is I observed obsercd equally equaly as aselaborately aselaborately aselaborately
elaborately as It Is I in Washington and andno andno andno
no forcing of reluctant subscriptions subscriptons is isresorted Isresorted isresorted
resorted to The practice prclce anyhow of ofcollecting ofcolecting ofcollecting
collecting colecting subscription subscripton In the depart departments departments departnnents ¬
ments for any alY and every object should be bemodified b bmodifed bemodified
modified modifed kind or put under regulations regulatons of some somekind somE somekind
Now the grand grnd old organization organizaton of the thoGrand theGran theGrand
Grand Gran Army of tho Republic Republc to which whichtho whlohthe whichthe
the writer has belonged since 1870 1870when 1870whenfrt 1870whenfirst when whenfirst
first frt mustered In tho old organization organizaton in inGreble InGreble inGroble
Greble Post No 10 Philadelphia Phiadelphiacan Phiadelphiacannot Plmlladelphlacant can cannot ¬
not with wih dignity classify clissly Itself iself with the thevarious thevarous thevarious
various varous and numerous pretenses for the thecollection thecolecton thecollection
collection colecton of money In the departments departmentsTho departmentsThe departmentsThe
The writer has been a department departmentofficer department departmentofficer departmeatofcer
ofcer officer In Ohio Ohl and In that State we did didthings didthings didthings
things differently dlforenty If I in any locality localitythere loclty locltythere localitythere
there was any post financially fnancl011 unable to toobserve toobserve toobserve
observe the Day Day assistance Illstance was rendered renderedof rndered rnderedI
I it but It must bo confessed to the credit creditof credit
of tho patriotic patrloto people of that State dui duiongonr during duroong ¬
ing ongonr our term ototllce of ofllce ofce as Assistant Quart QuartermasterGeneral QuartlerasterGcnerl QuartfermasterGeneral ¬
ermasterGeneral lerasterGcnerl we were never called calledupon rled rledupn calledupon
upon told or assist and we believe beleve that thatur thatour thatour
our upn ur predecessors and succcssori had thesame the thoiamt thesame
same experience exprience

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