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Who Ylio 110 Commanded Gen U S Grants GrantsProvost GrantsProvost GrantsProvost
Provost Guard GuardAND GuardAND
It Rtcognlzed bj President McKinley ho So SoLotos SoloteS SoLoos
Lotos the Loyal Soldier that He Has HasApptlnted HasAppalnted HasAppntod
Apptlnted Col John Mosebj the Famous FamousGuerrilla FamousGuerilla FamousGeerrilla
Guerrilla Land Agent of NebraskaHjpoorlsj NebraskaHjpoorlsjTbj
Tbj Name Is Oily William WilliamCol WIlliamCol WilliamCol
Col John Mosby commandarln commandarlnchief commandirlncalef 1n 1nctef
chief ot o the provost guard of General GeneralU
U S Grants Army of the Potomac Potomacbaa PotomacOOS PotornRcba
baa ba just been appointed we perceive perceiveby perceive1by
by 11 our sympathetic and kindhearted kindheartedPresident klndheartedPre klnd hearted heartedPresident
President Pre ldent tq an office In Nebraska as asland asland asland
land agent agentHiere agentFI1ere agentThere
There Is no question but that Presl Preslduut Pres Pres1dit I Idwt
duut McKlnloya heart beats In sympa sympathy sympath sympftthy ¬
thy th for the loyal soldiers ot the Unloo UnlooHaving UnlouHavln UnicoHaving
Having Havln provided for them all that U Uhe IIhi Islie
he and Colonel Hanna and General GeneralDick GeneralDick GeneralDick
Dick and General Grosvenor and Gen General General General ¬
eral Foraker of Ohio who one and all allare allan allare
are dead stuck on every old soldier solditrwho Boldlerwho soldierwho
who wore the blue bluehaving having as stated statedbetween statedbetween statedbetween
between them provided nice berths for forall Corall forall
all the exsoldiers of the Union army armyth armythey armythey
th they y will now appeal to the soldier soldierTote soldiervoto soldierrote
Tote of Ohio with confidence and make makethe makethe makethe
the echoes In that State from the lakes lakesto lakesto lakesto
to the river ring with neir several severaland leveraland severaland
and collective records on the Union sol soldier soldler soldier ¬
dier question questionIn
In the hurry of his departure for forCamton forCuton forCaaton
Camton the President overlooked Col Colon Colon Co1onsl ¬
on onsl Moeeby Ioleb but Governor Geo K KMask KMts KNaA
Mask Mts of Ohio who has to run this fall fallfor fallfor fallfor
for reelection recalled the fact that thatthis thatthli thatthis
this great rOllt and serviceable officer to th thUnion the theUnion theUnion
Union cause was RiI overlooked and unpro unprovided unprovlded unprovided ¬
vided for whereupon he twit th the fol following follwlng following ¬
lowing urgent appeal to the President PresidentExecutive PresldintExecutive Presidentlxaeutive
Executive Office OfficeColumbus OffieeColumbus OfficeColumbus
Columbus 0 July 16th 16thMu 16thMg 16thMu
Mu PHESIDEVT lBBlitl > E T Permit me to c call callyour callyour ll llyour
your attention to the application of ofCol otCol ofCol
Col John MoMby Io by C S A and an < l chief chiefprovott chIefprovoat chiefprovost
provost marshal U S A under the thelate thelate thelate
late Gen en U S Grant GrantColonel GrantColonel GrantColonel
Colonel MoMby Moeeb rendered conspicuous conspicuousservice coneplcuQuss conepleuQusservice
service s rvlce to the Union cause from the theVTlldernaes theWIllernltH theWilderneee
VTlldernaes to Appomatox In prevent preventing preventIng preventSIng ¬
ing itraggltag by our troops Every Everycoff E1erycollte EYerycofe
coff collte cooler and straggler of our army armywere armywere armyyere
were kept up with their commands a athey U Uthe asthey
they the knew If tey te dropped out of the theranks therank theranks
ranks Colonel Moeeby Ioleb would gobble gobblethem gobblethsm gobblethem
them up and sand them to Libby or An And Andertn1I1e Andereonville
d dertn1I1e ronvill where here they would get getneither getneither getneither
neither coffee coif nor hard tack He WM WMvigilant wuvigilant wasigltant
vigilant in the execution of hit duty dutyand dut dut3I1d dutyand
and thousands of Union soldiers will willmake willmake 111 111make
make affidavit that he never slept dur during duroIng durtug ¬
ing the entire march from the Wilder WilderB ViIdernsss
B nsss M to Petersburg Petersbur It la estimated on onthe onthe onthe
the most conservative authority that thathi thathe thathe
he was Ia worth 80000 men to Grants Grantsarmy Grant Grantarmy Grantsarmr
army ac he kept that number of would wouldbe wouldlie wouldbe
be shirkers stragglers and coffee cool coolers coolers coolcrc ¬
ers well in the front and he thus ma materially materlany materlally ¬
terially aided In bringing the rebellion rebellionto
to a successful close closeIt cloleIt closeIt
It li I eminently emlnentl fit and proper Mr MrPresident MrPreeldent MrPresident
President that such signal services servicesthe to tothe 0 0the
the Union cause In the dark days of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Republic should now be suitably suitablyrewarded lultablyrewarded suitablyrewarded
rewarded and I therefore most ear earnestly earnutly earneatly ¬
neatly urge ur on you ou the Justice wisdom wisdomand wlldomand wisdomand
and propriety of appointing this cele celebrated celebrated eelsIrRted ¬
brated chief of guerrillas land agent in inNebraska InNebruka inNebraska
Nebraska NebraskaI
I would not presume to trouble you youOR youon
OR this subject but bu t that I want to as assert a alert assert ¬
sert from the stump this thl fall that thatevery thateYer thatevery
every eYer Union soldier has been provided providedfor providedfor providedfor
for both with 1th a pension and with an anoffice anoffice anoffice
office as a reference to Commissioner CommissionerEvans CommlilionerEyan CommissionerEvans
Evans Pension Dureau will show how and andthe andthe andthe
the roatsre ot the several Departmenta Departmentestablish Departmentaeltablllh Departmentaestablish
establish the fact that ninety per cent centwith centwith centwith
with eightynine slghty nipe and seveneighths off offof offof offof
of the employe from chiefs of divis divisions dlvlllena divislens ¬
ions to messengers are exUnion ex Union sol soldiers aoldtera 01 01dlers ¬
diers dierskit dlersIt dteraIt
kit It Is true a slanderous sheet con conducted canducted conSducted ¬
ducted in Washington by an exUnion exUnionsoldier fXlnlonsoldIer exLnionsoldier
soldier who vlio I very much regret to tostate tostate tostate
state kept so tar In the front that our ourfriend ourfriend ourfriend
friend Colonel Moseby never got a achance a ah achlnce
chance h nee to put him away in Libby or orAttdersonrllle orAl1dersonTllle orAndersonville
Attdersonrllle asserts that Pension PensionCommissioner Penslol1CommIssioner PensionCommissioner
Commissioner Evans under your in instructions Inetructons intructIons ¬
structions has gone one slow in allow allowing allowing allowlag ¬
ing pensions to deserving Union sol solfilers soldialll aoldiscs
filers and that numbers of exUnion exUnionaoldlers exUnlonJlohllers exLTnIonoliliers
aoldlers are walking the streets of ofWashington ofWhlngton ofWashington
Washington some of them with med medals medalII medla ¬
als la of honor who can not find employ employment employment employmeat ¬
ment and nd who ho have been kicked out outaf outat out9t
af the several veral Departments under your yourAdministration yourAd yourAdministration
Administration Ad 1lnlstratlon and that statistics statisticswhow statilUCbow statisticshow
whow bow tint double the number of Union Unionsoldiers Ualonsoldiers Unionsoldiers
soldiers have be been Jen m discharged from th thpublic the thepublic thepublic
public service durltis durhl your four years yearsto yeanto yearsto
to the number dropped during Cleve Clevelands Clevelan Clevelands ¬
lands lan < ll two terms term This vile copper copperhead copperhea1 copperheat ¬
head sheet Is trying to defeat de teat me a avaliant allant agallant
valiant llant 100day soldier > > In favor of an another anot1ler another ¬
other copperhead who ho served all allthrough allt1lrouph allthrough
through the war because he was wasashamed w walhamed wasashamed
ashamed to come home horn until the war warwas warwas warwas
was over which I wasnt but ut nobody nobodywill nobodywill nobodywill
will b believe lleve the sheet In question at atleast atIlut atlesit
least the theold old soldiers wont believe it itfor Itfor Itfor
for General Grosvenor the convict par pardon pardon pardon ¬
don broker attorney General Dick Dickwho Dickwho Dickwho
who lad tho panic down San Juan Hill Hilland 1I1Iand 11111and
and Col Co Marcus A Hanna who has hastwo huto hstwo
two barrels > > on tap will bring them theminto themInto thetainto
into line as usual and then you wll wllIndonwd wllbe willie
be Indonwd Indor 4 In appointing Colonel ColonelMoeby ColonelIoIo ColonelMoetiy
Moeby IoIo by and the people will wll know that thattho thatthoe thatthois
tho thoe ixBnlon soldiers whom General GeneralKvatM Gemalhautl GensalOvans
KvatM hasnt pensioned and whom you youhav youbaY youtiavi
baY tiavi dropped from the payrolls dont dontmount dontIItU dontisctunt
IItU mount lInt to put them all together in invalue Invalue invalue
value to a little finger on Colonel ColonelJoMbys ColonelIo doloneloesbys l
Io JoMbys bys right himd which so ofton oftonswung oltAnI oftnnwutg
swung I > a aabre bre and ntl cleft left their thick thickheads thIckh8ldl thickhegds
heads wide open to the honor and andslory andIdol andMiGry
slory Idol and saving of Grants army for forever forfver forever
ever Am Amen AlfllKlTrHly AmenTruly MI MITrHly
TrHly yours ourll
This letter did the work and Presi President PrelleJ1t President ¬
dent eJ1t McKinley in compliance ther therwith there tbereIth therewith
with Ith appoint apllOlnled another loyal soldier soldierto soldierto ohUerIi i
to a nlc nice soft berth ImrthIt herthIt berthIt
It Is 1 hardly necessary to state that thatthe tbattlil thatthe
the editor of The Globe dlnglnlwi any anyintention an anInUon anyiMtatlofl
intention to reflect on that gallant gallantConfederate gallantConfederate gallantConfederata
Confederate partisan Col John MOM MOMNor MossUtf
101 Utf Nor do we envy him the portion portionhe p tlon tlonhe 1
he baa secured Colonel Moseby lfolleb was wasa W Wa wasa 1
a much uck maligned man during nil lie war warbut warJut warljUt 1
but there tiler was design In Hiving him himsuch himlIuch himsuch
such an undeserved reputation The TheUnion TheUnton TheUnion 2
Union jo loJural ieralu er ls found that thousands tholl nfl of otbountytnXers ofbountyotakera ofbountytakers
bountytnXers foreigners and others otherscould othencould otherscould
could not be relied on and strategy had ndto hadto hadto 1
to be reported r orted to Advantage was taken takenof takenof takenof 1
of Colonel Mosebyti dashing and fear fearleas CarIe fearleNs
leas Ie EisMHlts on detached bodies of our ourtroops ourtroop ourtroops r
troops and he WM us IoIlIed d aa a bugaboo bugabooto
to scare the indifferent aiiU keep them themvigilant themflUant themvigilant J
vigilant or from falling out of ranks ranksad ranklud rinksand
ud ad straggling hence fall hi welldeserv welldeserved welldeaerved ¬
ed title of the Provost General to toGrant toOrant toOrant
Orant GrantWe OrantWe OrantWe
We only 0111 wish to iuor more truthfully now nowUM no nouH nowus r
UM us Colo Colonel l M8ri Masiby r as an object 1011 1011for lssioafoV fl0 fl0for i
for tM th Union and loyal loYallOldlen soldiers whom whomand W wk IJOt IJOtoUt tsnoil
oUt oil William kM au tbHlJed bPM OSId 10 lon lonalld lonaid
and MCMMfMllX MCNItt lit Whit do these n
Union wlditrt resident of Ohio think thinkof thlnleot thinkof
of their heir patriotic President who so soloves soloTea solovea
loves the Union soldiers that he lets letsI letetheta
i I them tramp the streets of Washing Washinglunches Waehlngton Vashington
i ton living from hand to mouth on tree treelunches treelunehee
lunches while whll he appoints to office officethat officethlit officethat
that terrible guerrilla Moseby MosebyI
i I Dare the President General Grosvenor GrosvenorGeneral Gronenor00lIeral GrosvenorGeneral
General Dick or Colonel Hanna deny denyto denyto denyto
to tile Ohio exsoldiers that loyal loyali loyalUnIon
i Union soldiers in this city have been beenturned beenturned beenturned
turned out of office without cause nutn nutnk nuinbars
k bars rs reduced In salary and an assigned assignedto
to menial positions with medal of hoo honor hooor hooor ¬
or voted them by Congress on their theirbreasts theirI theirbreasts
I breasts brea ts and many more living on the thecharity thecharlt thecharity
charity charlt of friends or picking up a vi vicarious vIcarious vicarious ¬
carious living by odd uud uncertain uncertainjobs uncertainjobs uncertainjobs
jobs of all kinds of menial labor We Werepeat Werepe8t Werepeat
repeat they the dare net deny these facts factsfor tactsfor factsfor
for the Sunday Globe has ht the docu documents documents docuanente ¬
ments to sustain the charges We are areready areread areready
ready read to give the names of many of ofthese ofthetle ofthese
these loyal soldiers dropped by b Oily OilyWilliam OilyWllllal1l OilyWilliam
William and his Departments from tho thopayrolls thoparolls thepayrolls
payrolls and of others who have been beeneduced beentucel beeneduced
educed tucel or degraded and we will publish publishthem publishthem lubltsltthem
them whether challenged challen ed to do so or ornot ornot ornot
not when the Ohio campaign is opened openedby oponedby openedby
by the convict pardon broker attorney attorneyGeneral attorneyGeneral attorneyGeneral
General Charles Grosvenor and cor corruptions corruptlous corruptious ¬
ruptions Hanna Dick Co The Globe Globeproposes Globeproposes Globeproposes
proposes to cut the ground from under underthe underthe underthe
the feet of these hypocritical smiling smilingand smilingamI atnilinganl
and lying windbags who assert In InOhio InOhio inOhio
Ohio this fall that President McKinley McKlnleyand McKinleyand McKinleyand
and his Administration love the loyal loyalUnion loalUnion loyalUnion
Union soldier Yes they love him at after atter atter ¬
ter the manner that the devil loves lovesholy loveshol lovesholy
holy hol water and so does every head of ofa ota ofa
a Department appointment clerk and andchief anllchlet andchief
chief of division from the Scotchman ScotchmanWilson ScotchmaWilson ScotchmaaWilson
Wilson who Is the head of the Agricul Agricultural Agrlcultural Agricultural ¬
tural Department to the Englishman EnglishmanFord EnglishmanFord EnglishmanFord
Ford Appointment Clerk of the War WarDepartment WarDeprtment WarDepartment
Department DepartmentLong DeprtmentLong DepartmentLong
Long live Col John Moseby 08eby the fa famous tamous famous ¬
mous guerrilla guerrillaIf
If you want lo l t frJ rj y life smoke Cnrollnn CnrollnnBright Cllrollnft8rfgbl CaroIIn8rIgbt
And Our Acquaintance with This ThisHunch ThisHunch ThisHunch
Whose Wife Has Just Eloped loped with the he Son of ofEiMajor ofEMaJor ofEtMayor
EiMajor Strong StrongA A Vojage VOl age Acnss the theAtlantic IheAllantlc theAtlantic
Atlantic with the DnkeHs Views on Araeti Araetican Argellcan Anerlcan
can lifeHow the Dutches His Mother MotherEloped MolberEloped MotherEloped
Eloped with Banker Hope of Amsterdam AmsterdamThe AmsterdamTbe AnsterdaniThe
The escapade of Captain Strong Strongand Strongand Strongand
and Lady France Hop Hope In San Fran Francisco Frandeco ¬
cisco deco the past week has been aired In Inevery Inevery ittevery
every daily dall newspaper r in title country countryand countryand countryand
and no doubt also al in England where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the husband of the lady Is at present presentThe pre presentThe ent entThe
The editor at The Globe became ac acquainted acqualnted acquainted ¬
quainted with the Duke of Newcastle Newcaitlebrother Newcastlelrotller
brother of Lord Francis Hope on an anocean anOtean anotean
I Otean liner in 1887 lS8 and for some years yearsafter yearsafter yearsafter
after conducted a desultory corres correspondence correlpondenee coreespondence ¬
pondence with the Duke DukeAn DukeAn DukeAn
An unique figure in the peerasw peera of ofGreat ofGreat ofGreat
Great Britain is the present pre ent Duke of ofsewcastle ofNewrastle ofNwcastie
sewcastle He is l about four feet In Intelght ie ieheight I
height humpbacked and deformed deformedHe deformedHe I
He Is nevertheless a superiorly refin refined refined ¬ I Ied
ed and cultured gentleman betraying betrayingno
no traces In the sweetness of his dls dlsposition dl dlpOllUon disposition
position position and temperament eharacterls eharacterlstic eharacterltic
tic of the hunch feaoJ Ha or the deform detormft deformed
ed ft
A younger child of the writer rlt1 at tne tnentereitlng tneIntlreltlnl theinteresting
interesting age of three years eari first at atraoted attracted attracted
tracted the attention of HIs Grace on onward onboard onboard
board the liner and through the medi medium medlurn tnediurn ¬
urn of the child we became acquainted acquaintedon
on reasonable terms of Intimacy with withbls withthIs withthis
thIs bls scion of Englands aristocracy arlstocrac arlstocracThe
The month was January Januar and on our ourfirst ourflrlt ourfirst
first social clal conversation conver atlon we expressed expressedsurprise eXlrel expressedsurleiae ed edIII11pllle
surprise that he undertook a voyage voyageto
to America at such a season seasonWhy 118uonWhy seasonky
Why ky my dear sir said Newcastle NewcastleI NeYCR tle tleI
I am going over at this thlssean season just be because beCRUse because ¬
cause of your climate climateYou climateYou climateYou
You will find it at a events brac bracing IJracIng beacing ¬
ing and cold In New York was U our re reply reply re reply ¬
But I am running away from the thedamp theelamll theIamp
damp cold winter nter of England I and andlorida andFlorida andFlorida
Florida lorida and not the New York climate climateis
is what i seek eek This U my second secondtrip secondtrip econdtrip
trip to the States I find your Florida Floridaclimate Iloridadlmatf Floridaclimate
climate an Ideal one and I can not un understand under understami ¬
derstand der tand why so many of you Amen American Amerlcans Amencans ¬
can cans seek the Mediterranean in winter winterwhen winterwhen winterwhen
when your own climate of rlorlda is ismuch IIJmuch ismuch
much more genial genialaud and delightful delightfulAmericans dellghttulAmprlcanl delightfulAmericans
Americans do not go abroad for forclimate Corcllmatp forcllmat
climate your grace graceFor graceFor graceFor
For what then pray prayWell pn pnWpll1o prayVellto
Well Wpll1o to spend money have a good goodtime IODdtlmp goodtime
time as we call It and see a different differentstyle differentIItyle differentstyle
style of living IIvln people manners etc etco etcto etcto
to o their own Besides many of them themlave themhave themhave
have lave the pardonable pRrdon ble curiosity of wish wishIng wlhIng wishlng
Ing to sec the ancient an historic historicilace hltorcplaell historicplaes
plaell ilace history poetry popt and romance romancelave romancehave I Iha1
have lave familiar familiarized lied them with withAh withAhye withAhyes
Ah Ahye yes I can understand all this thishut thishilt thi thihut
hut there are Americans who ho travel for forclimate Corclimate forclimate
climate or at l lliillt st who say so for I Inave IhRe Ihave
nave met them in Italy Southern SouthernFrance SouthernFrance SouthernFrance
France and along the show places of ofthe ofthf ofthe
the Mediterranean Interesting inva invalids InvRlids invalids ¬
lids and very companionable people peopletoo peolletoo peoldetoo
too despite their real or Imaginary Imaginaryaliment Imaginaryallmlntl imaginaryailments
aliment alimentDo allmlntlo
Do lb o you travel through Florida or oranchor oraJllhor onathor
anchor yourself at feme hotel we weventured weIJllturl1 weventureii
ventured to ask askOh altOhI ashOhi
Oh OhI I live when there with my mybrother myhrother mybrother
brother lord pranees Hope He has hasan baaan hasan
an orange plantation and is a more than thanhalf tlu tluhalt thanhalf
half American He II a lively young youngman youn younman youngman
man not at all like me and the Duke Duke1m Dukesmiled
smiled 1m lied depreciatingly oudiluily be beblurted lieblurted heblurted
blurted out outDo outDo outDo
Do you know why wb Hope and I like likeAmericans likeAmerlcan likeAmericans
Americans AmericansBowing AmerlcanBowln AmericansBowing
Bowing Bowln questioning and remaining remainingKllent nemaiHingsilent I IIlIent
silent at a we surmised the Duke did not notexpect notexpect
expect IXpf t us to guess he immediately immediatelyMid
Because you Americana are the best besthusbands 1I4Ithu besthusbands
husbands hu > > bandl and father in the world worldYou orld orldYou
You treat your wives M a equals equal and andyou andyou andyou
you do not Mistreat your children childrenB
I Is B not this a universal Caucasian Caucasiantrait Cauealilantrait Caucasiantrait
trait your Grace GraceNo GraceNoI GraceNoI
No NoI I am sorry to say y it Is I not notIn notI notIn
In I nEilciancI England tho th lower claIM treat treattheir treatthplJ treattheir
their women as thtr th were chattels and andtbelr andtheir
their children coarsely if not brutally brutaHyNow brutallyNow
Now H 141 America I have observed that thatyour thatyour
your wife wblpners are ostracised ostracisedand oltrachetland ostracisedand
and cruelty to cUldren by parents parentscalls Iarentl Iarentlcall
call calls forth your strongest Indignation Indignationand Indllnatlonand indignationand
and moHtcondlgn mo tcondlill punishment You have havevery havevery havevery i
very few cases of such lIch We in England Enlaodhaw Englandhave i
have more cases of this tbl kind before betoreIt
u tingle magistrate than you hare in inthe Inthl inthe i
the whole of your country A com comman cornmon
mon Englishman Enl1 bman thinks that his wife wifeis If Ifh
is 1 his property and tint children must mustJ mUltIIf
I IIf Ii beaten and put under the severest severestdiscipline IeVNtdhwlpllne everitdiscipline
discipline Indeed I indeed deed the lower orders ordersconsider orderlconlltl ordersconsider
consider conlltl r It their duty to whip their theirwiveH theirwlell theirwives
wives whenever they think tlitlr bet better better bettsr ¬
ter halfs half > > conduct calls for it and in laItpld instead
stead of a 81 with your people a reprl 18prlwand reprimand
mand or a word quarrel tie English EnglUhman IIIftIIMIlmIlD Englishman
man knocks bit wife wit on the jaw and andthe eadthe ul ulthe
the domestic fuN tue Is over ovtrHow oyrHow overHow
How aboat your our middle Iddl tddle ebMj ok
which correspond mora nearly n ar to the thegroat tbeglmt thegrttt
groat body of our pedple pedpleWell pedl1lWellthe ledPieWeltthe
Well Wellthe the class net lit ranK to tothe tothe tothe
the nobility are the unfilled gentry gentryWhite lentrWhl gentryWliil
White Whl Joe e they do 10 not of cot se retort to toflatlc tofistlc tofistic
flatlc brutality brutallt they are as a rule ruleconvinced rullconlnced ruleconiieced
convinced that their vlves Ii ives yes are Inferior InferiorTheir InteriorThflr inferiorTheir
Their horse th thlrir ir dog and gun and andthen audthen andtheme
then wife wi te is the order of preference preferencefrom preterencetrom Prefereticefrom
from the mascnllne point of view viewThe viewThe viewTime
The lives of their wives Ies and children childrenhowever llilldrenhowtver ehildretihowever
however are delightful they are gen generally generally genemily ¬
erally spent > > In the healthy air of the thecountry theoountry theoountry
oountry and the town house Is used usedbut uleduut usedbut
but in the winter months Our men merchants Illerchantll menchants ¬
chants professional men and the mid midiie mlte mide
iie e clR88jenerally maintain strict trlct die discipline dlselIJllne diee1iline ¬
cipline in their households such as aswould aswould aswould
would be intolerable to an Americans Americanswife AmerlelmswIfe Americansvife
wife and children There Is one thing thinghowever thinghowecr thinghowever
however In their favor which Amen Americans Amerlc Amenonus ¬
cans c ns might imitate and that is tho re respect reIIP9Ct respect ¬
spect and deference of the Wife and nndchildren andchildren andchildren
children for the husband and father fatherwhich fatherwhich fathenwhich
which are profound vrofou nil and undlsgulsedly undlsgulsedlyreverential undlsgulsedlyrelentlal undi eguisedly eguisedlyroveiential
reverential while their love is no less lessthan lessthan lessthatt
than me wives ives and children of other othernationalities othornationalities othernationalities
nationalities To be a man lu this thisclass thisclass tItleclass
class Is dellghtfu In England to be a awoman awoman awoman
woman of this class is delightful in inyour Inour inyour
your our country tountr Do you catch my mean meanIng mennIng meantug
Ing and the Duke smiled significant significantly significantThf ¬
ly I
The Duke refrained from expressing expressingany expreislngan oxprossingany
any an views on his own chits the tilled tilledand tilledand tilledsmut
and privileged nobility and the pro proprieties proprletlell iweprieties ¬
prieties prevented us from opening up upA upI upa
A I subject he did not touch touchWe touchWe touchWe
We have given at some longth tho thoviews thoIaws theviews
views Iaws of the Duke as a prelude to what whatfollows whattallows whatfollows
follows The gentleman companion companionand companionand companionanti
and attendant on the Duke was a man manof manot manof
of broad views Iews companionable and so sociable soclabl sociable ¬
ciable clabl > This gentleman was of good goodfamily goodtamlly goodfancily
family and must not bo confounded by bythe bythe bythe
the initiated reader with servant or orvalet orRlet orvalet
valet Rlet The Duke treated him on terms termsof termsot termsof
of equality or nearly so From this thissource thisiOurce thissource
source we ascertained a great many manyfacts monytarts manyfacts
facts touching the Newcastle family familyin
in general and a the i ke In particu particular partlcular particutar ¬
lar larTha
The present Dukes father WAS a no notorious notorlons notorious ¬
torious spendthrift and libertine So Somuch Somilch Somuch
much 110 o that he nlelnsted the love of ofhis othIli ofhis
his duchess and she became equally equallyreckless equallyreckle equallyreckless
reckless reckle and ftnall finally eloped with Hope Hopethe Hopethe Hopethe
the Amsterdam banker and nll diamond diamondking diamondkIng diamondking
king IJy him she had the Dukes half halfbrother haltbrother halfbrother
brother Lord Frances Hope born In Inwedlock Inwedlock inwedlock
wedlock however as tho elder New Newcastle Newcastle ¬
castle died in time to permit of the themarriage themarriage themarriage I
marriage of the Duchess to Danker DankerHope BankerHope
Hope HopeWhen HopeVheme J
When the Duke was a baby bl1b In arms armshis armshili armshis
his nurse let him fall from her arms armsand armsancl armsand
and broke his back During his long longminority longminority
minority and because beca Ie of his crippled crippledcondition crlppf d dcOlidlUon II IIminority I Icondition
condition when attaining years of die discretion dlstreUon diecretion ¬
cretion he was all prevented from fol following following i
lowing the usual pace of the scions of ofthe ottllf ofthe
the nobility and consequently con equently the es estates estate estates ¬
tates tate > > which were greatly in debt debtthrough debtthrough debtthrough
through the profligacy of the father fatherbecame fatherbeRlUe fatherbecame
became unlncumbered and Increased Increasedenormously Increaledenormouly increasedenormously
enormously In value owing to valuable valuablecoal valuablecoal valuablecoal
coal deposits which were judiciously judiciouslyand judiciouslyanti judiciouslyantI
anti economically developed anti man managed maciaged ¬ 1 1aged
aged agedThe agedThe 1 1The
The Dukes hobby bobbyjor tor every every Duke Dukahas DukeIulS Dukehas
has a hobby liobbwas was the collection of otnewspaper ofnewspaper ofnewsiaper
newspaper Clippings of and concerning concerningthe
the treatment lives II es and happenings happenlrrgsof
of children Ho had enormous scrap scrapbooks scrapbooks scrapbooks
books on this subject Henco his opin opinion opinion ¬
ion on the superior treatment of ofAmerican atAmerican ofAmericaim
American women and children Is au authoritative authorltatlve nuthoritative ¬
thoritative He made it a study At Atthe Atthe i ithe
the period of our voyage across the theocean theocean theocean
ocean the Duke exacted a promise to tolet tolet tolet
let him from time to time tlm know how hOwour howour i iour
our young Steward to whom he was wasmuch wallIUUlh wastntitli
much attached progressed and to send sendhim selllihim sendhim
him his photos as a he developed These Theseare TheseI Theseare
are now no doubt pasted somewhere somewhereIn
I In his scrap book Here is an extract extractfrom extractI extracttrora
I from a letter from His knee < although althoughmarked althoughmarked althoughmarked
marked personal the paragraph quot quotI quoted
1 I ed Is given in violation thereof to serve serveI
I a public purpose purpo purposeIt e eI i iIt
I It turned out Just as you predict predicted
ed et At the entertainment and other othertunctlonl otherfunctions J Jfunctions
functions I attended the most beoutiful beoutifulof
of the unmarried women In New York Yorkttought Yorkthought I Ithought
thought me handsome liandiomeSeveral hand ome omesteveral I C S Seseral
Several eseral covert propositions for the theDucal theDucal timeDucal
Ducal hand as you ou called It and a afew afew
few more direct direct5 No NoI I will willmarry w1l1marr willmarry >
marry marr In my own class Got Gotphoto Gotphoto GotliiOtO
photo with cigar In mouth very verylaughable verylaughaule verylaughable
laughable laughableThe laughauleThe laughableThe
The references hero made relate to tothe tothe tothe
the disgusting dl81u tlnll attempts of tho New NewYork NewI NowYork
I York society dames to marry one of oftheir ottheir oftheir
their number to tho hunch back duke dukedespite dukedellplte dukedespite
despite the fact that It was no medical medicalsecret medical8eret medicalsecret
secret no heir could be expected He Hesubsequently Hesub8eIUentl Hesubsequently
subsequently married as he wild he hewould heoud howotilti
would oud un English heire h heiress lre n The Thephoto TheIlhoto Iiiephoto
photo with the cigar in mouth was wastlmt wastlut wasthat
that tlut of the child he was interested in inIt InIt inIt
It was the Dukes habit on board tho thoboat thoboat theboat
boat to humor the childs strange strangetaste strangetallte strangetaste
taste for cigars by b stlckhig one In his hismouth hismouth hismouth
mouth and seeing him promenade the thedeck thedeck thedeck
deck when the bout was pitching or orrocking orrocking orrocking
rocking it is Impossible to throw a atoddler atoddler atoddler
toddler off of his feet in a rocking boat boatas boata boatas
as a the little one Instinctively InltlncU vely or natu naturally naturally nattirally ¬
rally goes with itb the rise and fall of the theship thesliIIJ
ship shipComing
Coming back Rck at length to Lord Fran Frances Fmnce Franeec ¬
eec ce Hope a 1 passable physical speci specimen speclmen sped spedmen ¬
men of the nobNty He Is next in insuccession Insuccelllion inaticcessiomi
succession to the present pre eJII t duke It IfMiss ItII ItMiss
Miss II Yohe the actress who married marriedhim marriedhim marriedhim
him hi I not divorced for her adulterous adulterousintercourse aduiteroulIinterwurae adulterousintercourse
Iinterwurae intercourse with Captain Strong she shewill shewill sitewill
will be duchess of Newcastle Lady LadyFrancis Iadyrancls LadyFrancis
Francis < rancls Hope as she he is now called calledhas calledhas i ihas
has made a terrible sacrifice for her herAmerican herAmerlean leerAmerican
American paramour She will miss mlsawithout mlspwithout misswitimotmt
without doubt being mistress ml troll of one onQot oneof i itVe
ot the wealthiest peers lcen In England for fortlole forthe
the present duke is saving and when whenLord witeriLord fhenIorll
Lord Frances succeeds he will be rich richboyond rIchi richbuyontl
i boyond the dreams of avarice avariceThe avnrlceThe avariceThe
The Hope Diamonds were loft loftLord leftLortl loftLord
Lord Francis l rancls the second son by his hismother hilimother lilamother
mother on condition however that he heshould heIhould iceshould
should assume the name of Hope Hopehence Hopehence hopehence
hence this strange title In the ducal ducalfamily ducaltamlly ditcalfaintly
family of Newcastle NewcastleThe Newca3tleThe NewcaatleThe
The editor of The Globe has no pro protensions preten protensions
tensions ten lions to enter the field with Foil Foiltennoy I Focitennoy on ontennoy
tennoy the great nobllltjc 1I0Jjlllt chronicler chroniclerwho chroniclerfbo clmroiilcierwlmo
who spaces UC55 a column every day In all allthe allthe allthe
the leading dally papers of the country countryon
on the aristocracy arl tocrac and nobility nobility of ofEurope ofEemnope
Europe 1 lIrope and especially of England Englandbut gnglanduut llngiandbut
but It this great writer will deign to todrop todrop todcop
drop UH Ul a line we will furnish him himsome himIOme himseine
some interesting facts tact on Newcastle NewcastleHamilton Newc NewenetleIlairmilton olltle olltleHamilton
Hamilton and a few other Dukes an anduchosses anduchBIelwhom anduchesses
duchesses duchBIelwhom whom we happ ned to rub rubshoulders rubIIhouhlerll nubshoulders
shoulders with In our many trips tripsabroad tripiabroad tripsabroad
abroad As we do not tare for such suchliterature Ilchliterature suchliterature
literature and as we believe our read readers refider readera ¬
ers er care less the Marquis or the Mar Marquise Marqimise llttr11111e ¬
quise de le Fqjitennoy can In have them by bynnelotdng byfJneloslng byenetosing
nnelotdng stamped envelope envelopeWe enelolleWe envelopeWe
We are sorry for Strong trong lIe has hasrecklessly halIRcrlftell hasrecklessly
recklessly sacrificed himself for a atilled a atilled atilled
tilled proutltut We knew his father fatherun tatherhonest fatheran
un honest upright Ohio man who by byforce byforce byforce
force of character became a II noted mer merchant merI merchant ¬
I chant and mayor of the Empire City CityTh CityThe
Th The son has sadly legenerated l and anaeven andeven
even Lady Frances Hope will find she shehas shehAl shehas
has tiade lu e a poor swap 5W5 In trading tradln the theAmsterdam theAmsterdam
Amsterdam bankers son for e ex exarmy exarmy exsesay
army officer officerCarolina officerOArolina officerOmcrolisme
Carolina llrlxlil tiffll nr Mil absolutely IIb4 < oll1tl pure pureThe Jllr Jllrfhe pureThe
The Macabea cf thin city clt it Is I al allifted alIfJed iikged
lifted are divided on a matter of pro proposed propOMd iwoposed ¬
posed charges against S l S Fontz Fontzstate Fontzstate fOlttZIt
It state t oornmaniler of the order There Therean Thereare Thereare
are several vral widow who have claims alalmsunsettled ulalmlUDtUed claimsunsettled
unsettled and one who lonnod 360 on ona onII ona
a II ttot note recurwl t b1 r stock ook of the Afaonbe AfaonbeT MalJllbeTemple MabeTemple
T Temple mpl a dtfunet corporation
The T e Worlds Best Has No Eaual Equal for Ti Tin Roofs RoofsNo RoofsIn Roofs1pi
pi IT ITNo I I
No ChargeWe Charge In order to to get better betteracquainted betterI
I 5 acquainted we will give giveFifty give t
We make no extra extracharge
Fifty Per Gent Discount Discounton Discountcharge t
charge for repairing on all contracts for paint or orwork orleaks f 1f 1
leaks c work for the next 30 days daysJ ti 1ti tiJ
J 1 II UECKWITH Manufacturer ManufacturerDrop MllnuilleturerDrop MinuiatturerDrop
Drop postal for catalogue and pricelist pricelistASPHALT pricelistASPHALT pricelistASPHALT
Phone East 46Y 46 Y
467 C Street StreetN N W WASHINGTON D a C
The Big Thieves Eat Up the Lit Little Little Littie ¬
tle Ones OnesPERRY OnesPERRY OnesPERRY
Morgan and Rockfeller too Much for the Mc MeKlnlej McKlnleJ McKinlej
Klnlej Pel and His Bank Wajil Wentto to the Wall WallNew WallNew WalLMcw
New Is the Time lo Fire Heaths Satellites In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the PostmbsterGenerals Department DepartmentThe DepartmentThePresidents The ThePresidents ThePresidents
Presidents Amiable Weakness WeaknessTwo WeaknessTwo WeaknessTwo
Two men rule America AmerIcaJohn John D DRockefeller DHocltoteller DRockefeller
Rockefeller and J Plerpont Morgan MorganThey MorganThey MorganThey
They are partners in the most glgaitlo glgaitlocombinations glgaUccombinations gigaitlocombinations
combinations that the world has over overseen everleen overaeon
seen The Standard Oil 01 trust tTust with Its
80000000 of annual dividends dividends and andfour andfour antifour
four great trunk lines of railroads rep representing representing representing ¬
resenting with their branches half tha thamileage thamlloage themiloage
mileage of the United States are but buttwo buttwo buttwo
two out of many combinations which whichthese whichthese whichthese
these two men have under their abso absolute absolute absolute ¬
lute control controlThe controlThe controlThe
The latest and most significant proof proofof proofof proofof
of their subterranean power not only onlyover onlyover onlyover
over the business Interests of the coun country country country ¬
try but also of the Government itself itselfis ItseUIs itselfis
is shown in the closing of the Seventh SeventhNational SeventhNational SeventhNational
National Bank of New York This In InstltHtlon Inlt1t4tlon inatItition
stltHtlon was taken out of sixty years yearaof yearsof yearsof
of obscurity In May 1899 when Fletch Fletcher 1 1er
er Heath brother of Perry S Heath HeathFirst HeathIlrst HeathFirst
First Assistant A slstant PostmasterGeneral ac acquired acqulred acquired ¬
quired control of a majority of its itsstock Itsstock itsstock
stock stockThe stockThe stockThe
The entire Investment was only onlyabout onlyabout onlyabout
about 50000 but by shrewd manipu manipulation manlpulatlon manipuJation ¬
lation and rehypothecatlon of the stock stockas stock8S stockas
i as collateral they engineered the deal dealPrestige dealPrestige i
Prestige was immediately given the thelinnk tbe1Jank thelitinic
linnk by transferring to it the postal postaldeposits postaldeposits I
deposits of tho New York < city postof postoflice 1
flee They Tlleywera were ta1 taken < on away from the thoChase theChnse theChase
Chase National Bank wHIch had hand handled handled handled ¬
led them for years ears thereby laying the thefoundation thefoundation 1 I Ifounllatlon
foundation for a banking jealousy jealousywhich i iwhich I
which served Its turn turnBut turnDut turnBut
But the bank prospered under its itsnew itsnow I
now management and carried Its depos deposfts deposIts I
Its wp ip to over 10000000 The Heaths Heathswere Heothwore Hoathsvore
were enterprising and made connec connections connections ¬
tions with various arloul interests Its big biggest bl blgost 11ggest ¬
gest customer was as the firm of Henry
Marqimnd Co Marquand Co were werebacking worebacking Werebacldng
backing the construction of the Pitts Pittsburg Pittsburg Pittsburg
burg Shawmnt Northern Railroad Railroadwhich Rollroadwhich Railroadwimicim
which is to run from Plttaburg Plttsbur to Lake LakeErie LakeErie LakeErie I
Erie opening up over a thousand thousandsquare thousandsquare thousandsquare
square miles of undeveloped coal lands landsIn landsIn landsin
In Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaHere PennlylvanlaHere Iennsylvaniahere
Here was the milk In the cocoanut cocoanutThis cocoanutThis cocoanutThis
This new railroad not yet completed completedIs
Is II hauling out 3500 tons ot coal a day daynnd dayand dayaitil
and promised within a twelvemonth twelvemonthto
to develop an output of ever ver er three mil million million million ¬
lion tons a year Being an Independ Independent Independent indopendeat ¬
ent line with entrance to Plttsburg at atone atone atone
one end and an outlet at Lake Erie at atthe atthe atthe
the other It is the one serious menace menaceto menaceto menaceto
to the monopoly of the soft coal trust trustof trustot trustof
of which John D Rockefeller and J JPlerpont JPierpont JPierpont
Pierpont Morgan are the controlling In Interests Interests intereats ¬
terests The road had to be crushed or orcontrolled orcontrolled orcontrolled
controlled at all hazards At the prop proper proper propor ¬
er moment the machinery was set In Inmotion Inmotion inmotion
motion to accomplish this end The TheNational TheNatlonnl TheNational
National Bank Examiner at New York Yorkban Yorlhall Yorkhas
ban always been n creature of the na national natloMI national ¬
tional banks There is not a national nationalbank natlonolbank nationalbank
bank in Now York nor In the country countryso
so tar as that Is concerned which is isnot Iiinot Isnot
not in persistent and an aiim continuous viola violation violatlon violation ¬
tion of the National Banking Act ActThey ActTho ActThey
They Tho nil do It The National Bank BankExaminer BankExamlaer HankExaminer
Examiner reported to Comptroller ComptrollerDawes ComptrollerDawes ConmptrollerDawea
Dawes that the firm of Marqunnd Sc Co Coowed Coowell Coowed
owed the Seventh National Bank one onemillion onemillion onemnliiion
million six hundred thousand dollars dollarsand 1I0llareand dollarsand
and that he did not consider con loler the se security securlty socurity ¬
curity good goodComptroller goo gooComptroller goodComptroller
Comptroller Dawes Immediately or ordered orIerell ordered ¬
dered the Seventh National Bank to todemand todemanll todemand
demand cash for the Marquand loans loansand loan loanand loansand
and secure it within four lays < or he hewould hewould liewould
would place a receiver in charge of the thebank theoank the1ank
bank Any businoas man who under understands understametia ¬ I IShUIIl1I
stands banking knows the difficulty of oftransferring ottllo1nsterrlng oftannaferring
transferring a heavy debit account accountWere accoltntWere accountWere
Were such a demand made mae upon the theheaviest theheavlelt theheaviest
heaviest customers of each of the na nauonal nalonal natonal
tonal banks of Now York It would pre precipitate preclpltate procipitate ¬
cipitate a financial panic that would wouldclose wouldcloee wouldclose
close over half the banks of that city cityIt cityIt I
It was Intended this time to close the theSeventh theBerenth theSeyenth
Seventh National Bank and crush crullhMar Mar Marqcmaad j jquoad IqUORI1
quoad ic Co CoIt CoIt CoIt
It might have been thought that that1erry thatIerry tlmat1erry
1erry Heath the former Glolo loso friend friendof frIendot friendof
of President Pre hlent McKinley and Mark lInn Hnnna lInnnR Ihanma
na might have averted the disaster disasterthrough disasterthrough I IthrOlllch
through his hl political poll tical pull But Perry PerryHeath PerryHeath Perryhleatim
Heath scared the Administration when whenhe whenhe
he saddled Neely and the Cuban postal postalfrauds postalfrau1 postalfrauds
frauds on the Department DepartmentAnd IepartmentAnti
And now the completion of the soft softcoal softcoal
coal eon I combine has been announced announcedliarquand announcedneruuand
liarquand Co have been crushed crushedji enmeshedieil
ji 1111 id the wreck of the Plttsburg Shaw Shawmut ShawTlllt Shawniut
mut Lake BrIo Railroad will wl1 be befound befounrl befound
found to be In 11 the hands of the com combine comblne cornbins ¬
bins bineThere
There II to be a general Advance In Inthe InIhe inthe
the price l rlce of coal which will carry It to toover toover toover
over a dollar a ton more than the theI
prices which hlch prevailed five years ago
Coal ought to be as cheap as dirt It
doesnt cost an average of fifty cents a aton Aten aton
ton to mine it With the machinery machinerynow mochlncrynow machinerynow
now in use it Is as easy to break down downand downand downand
and mine and get out a ton of coal as
It Is to shovel it from the sidewalk sidewalkinto sidewalkInto sidewalkinto
into your cellar cellarAll cellarAll celiarAll
All the difference in price Is swal ¬
lowed up In ground royalties extor extortionate extortlonate oxtortionate ¬
tionate railroad rates and middlemens middlemensprofits mlddlemensprotlts middlemensprofits
profits Figures in the possession of ofthe ofthQ ofthe
the InterState Commerce Commission Commissionshow Comml8lIonshow Commissionshow
show that coal can bo handled a thou thousand thousand thousand ¬
sand miles on any trunk railroad or its itsbranches Itsbranches itsbranches
branches for forty cants a ton tonThis tonThis tonThis
This bank like the Manila Hemp
Company written up last week in those thosecolumns thosecolumns thosecolumns
columns was another ambitious at attempt attempt attempt ¬
tempt of McKinley confidents to make makehay makehay makehay
hay while the sun is shining The ThePresident ThePresident ThePresident
President is noted for two things thingshis thingshisluck thingshisluck his hisluck
luck and the unfortunate selection of ofhis ofhIs ofImis
his friends This Is all owing to the thegroot thegreat
great vanity and placid character of ofour orour ofour
our President Pre ldent We have known a rail railway railway railway ¬
way brakeman to make him blush with withpleasure withpleasure withpleasure
pleasure at so o broad a compliment that thatnny thatany thatany
any other man would have quietly re resented reseated
seated the palpable flattery And late lateIy lately
ly he has given another Illustration of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this weakness In tho appointment of oftlie o otlie ofthe
tlie negro porter of the car In which whichhe whichhe
he went to the Pacific Coast to an nnushershtp anushershlp anuslmership
ushershtp at the White House The Thenegro Thenero Thenegro
negro flattered the President and the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President couldnt do without him himand himand himand
and although he never saw the darkey darkeybefore darkeybetore dankeybefore
before his Pacific trip and there are arethousands arethousands arethousands
thousands of colored colojed men whom he hedoes hedoes hedoes
does not know in Ohio and elsewhere elsewhereclamoring elsewherecltmorlng elsewhereclamoring
clamoring for any kind of a Job this thisnew thisnew thisnew
new acquaintance secures an executive executiveappointment executiveappointment executiveappointment
appointment at the White House Poor PoorMr PoorMr PoorMr
Mr President despite nil the flattery flatteryof
of sycophants and unprecedented pout political polltIc poutlent ¬
lent Ic 1 luck you will wl1 cut as poor n figure figureIn figureIn figurein
In history hlstor as Perry Heath did in of official otficlal official ¬
ficial life when ho opened wide the thesluices thesluices thesluices
sluices of corruption anil an so drenched drenchedthe drenchedthe drenchedthe
the country with national scandals scandalsand scnndalsand scandalsand
and the malfesances of his appointees appointeestiiat oplolnteestunt appointeestant
tiiat even Mr McKinley the th placid had hadto hadto badto
to tearfully let him go to t the anger angerand angeland angemand
and Indignation of his patron Mark MarkIlanna MarlHonna Markriancia
Ilanna who fs s now taking care of some someof someof someof
of Mr Heaths odoriferous appointees appoInteessuch appointeessuch
such as A W Y Machen of the Free De Delivery Delivery Dcilvery
livery and MlUey Lewis the Pollock Pollockof Pollockot Polhockof
of the Supply Department DepartmentMr
Mr Jr Perry Heaths successor has a asplendid asplendid asplendid
splendid opportunity now to show his hisnerve hisnoro hisnerve
nerve and fire suspend or reduce these theseHeath theseHeath theseHeath
Heath appointees even Mark Manna Hannadare Mannadare Mannadare
dare not kick in the face of tho public publicsentiment publicilentlment puhlicsentiment
sentiment aroused by the latest Heath Heathscandal Heathscanllal Heathscandal
scandal in tho matter of the Seventh SeventhNational SeventhNational SeventhNational
National Bank Will he do it ItWh itWim
Wliy Wh dont you try a 1 package pR karce or Carolina
aright arightCharges IIrlgbtChargell BrightsCharges
Charges have been alleged < l against againstthe agalnltthe againsttime
the local members of the Salvation SalvationArmy SalvationArmy SalvationArmy
Army by a correspondent of The Globe GlobeThese GlobeThose GlobeThose
Those charges Involve marines and andlassies andlassies andlassies
lassies and that many members have haveresigned haverosl haveresigned
resigned rosl ne < l The Globe hesitates to go gofurther gofurther gofurther
further Into this matter In view of the thegreat theKroat thegreat
great services of the Salvation Army
to the masses of the people all over overthe overthe overtue
the world But the thing must stop or orthere orthere orthere
there will he a scandal to air airCarolina nlrClirollnllllrlrchtJI airCarolina
Carolina ClirollnllllrlrchtJI llrlghU are winner wlnner4lItti flnneuHou I IHon
Hon John V 10 Langley ranHlc Appoint Appointment ApplllntlIJent ppuIret ppuIretimeclit ¬
ment Clerk Census Department DepIrtmen wax waxoperated wasoperated tosulrutclion
operated ulrutclion on fur aiipiiiillcUis IIpl1 mlpptimd nIIlWIK iti is ut tliuOur tliuOurHeld tIJuOllrfleM tit ii Omtr Omtrfield
Held llopltnl I In litlll Thursday lust Mr MrLuiiKley MrLilli t1r t1rLittigley
LuiiKley Lilli JI e IH II rapidly recovering as the theoperation theoperatlou tImeoperation
operation though made 11111 extra lwiml lwimloils hozanlOUK imazurilOtis
oils by b other complication won very vervHiuietBfiil veryHIIC orv orvstectesutil
HiuietBfiil HIIC < 8flll Mr fr JanJZlu Liumloy was remuved remuvedto reimi yen yento
to to the hospital Thurxdf lhllr 1lciersd d week wee eek I < ago agoHiifloriiiK nHuMllfIorlng agtsuiierlimg
HiifloriiiK Intensely IntenselyIf Inteno IntenoJr
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California King KingOold Gold Mines Co GoCapital CoCapital CoCapital
Capital stock 1000000 shares sharesPar sharesPar sharesPar
Par Value five dollars each eachFULL eachFULL eachFULL
JOHN Joim I P JONES President JBUOME B I IANFIELD ANFIELD Jr SecretaryTreasurer SecretaryTreasurerDIHECTOUS SecretarlrcRlurerDlHEClOHS SecretaryTreasurerDIRECTORS
Hon JOHN I1 1 JONKB JON1 Oolil Hill Nevada
U 1 H Mlennlor Senator nnd nm Mini lIne Owner OwnerHon OwnerJon Ownerlion
Hon JAMES J AMR < II J Git OIlANT ANT Denver Colo
ExGov of Colorado Grant A t Omaha OmahalIAltltY
Smelting Co CoJIAIIKY CoHAltIt
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Hon HTKlHKN HTIWlll N W DOIWKY Yu 11 on Ariz rlz
KxU S Senator and Mine Owner OwnerHon OwntorHon Ownerliomi
Hon W1MAIIU TELLI3U Denver Colo Cob
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Ires Montgomery Investment 1n vestment Co CoSHIMON CoSlIJWN CosLILMON
Cnpltnlliil and MlneOtvner MlneOtvnerHon t1ineOwnerhome lIneOVnerlion
Hon It IMKTTIQHEW I II TlJgnE Sioux Falls S I D
U H Senator SenatorWM SellatorWlI hemiatorSM
WM SM C KKAN IO AN Jr Philadelphia 1a Ia1t
Haul 1t ul ISgtiiltnnil Estute mind Iimurance IimuranceHon Inurnncelion 1nuratmcclion
lion ASIILKY Mill W WcOII OLIi Brooklyn V Y f
Chiilrninn Hoard 1I0nrdof of State Railroad Coin CoinmlKs CommissIoners Cornneiseionern
mlKs missIoners neiseionerniuttoru loners lonersJKUOME
N Y Director Ulnehamtoii Trim Co
I Hon BBXJAMIN HNJAlUN > GOODIUCH Los Angeles Cul CulE CmcIH nl nlg
E E IOWRKS Los Angeles Gal GalPiKiicK CuiPJlmol CalPIiiltCI
PiKiicK EVANS Ev A S Yuma Yuma1 Arizona ArizonaCONSULTING AnizoimaCONSULTING
w M S EmvAKDS 0 K E M E 8 32 > Broadway Bruallwal Now York YorkP Y YorkF rk rkPO
P PO U Da Hois BOIS1 M E Berkeley Borkele Cnl CnlRegistrars Cal CaiHeglstrlllTI CalHegistrais
Registrars of ofStoclt Stock c Knickerbocker lrust Company 00 O Broadway New York YorkBankers YorkUankelK YorkBankers
Bankers Wells Fargo ttc Cos Btuk BtukOFFICES llnkI BiumkOFFICES
I 82 2 Broadway nud CO ii New New8trcet Street New York City CityRepresented CityHClrclclltcll CityIe1mrcsetItcl
Represented in lit Washington D C by K J Bright chIld W V Scott ScottTowers Scottlowers ScottTowora
Towers Room 25 Wyatt Wntt Building B itild hag
TIle Directors who are also al o the owners certify In their prospectus copies of ofwhich ofwhIch
which CUll b hal at Uoutu wntf Illlll will nil nilrcfpoaiibility
Wyatt Bulllllng or 10 mallcil upon request that
1 Every vcrr statement herein presented Is 11111110 with tho fulllmOvlougo full knowledge of the therCFponslblHtyof theresponsibility
responsibility of the Directors and Officers of this Company to the public and we
do not desire eslre anr IUJlono any one to invest n penny lu this enterprise eimtcrprisewho who has the slightest
doubt of oftlme the truthfulness of the stntcmcUs herein manic manicI
I Our investigations invetigatloasoftlmeproperty of theproperly the property fullyjustlfy fully Jllsllf us in Buying html It Is ODO of the
I largeitand most valuable gold mines now known that the facilities for rorrnlnlngand rorrnlnlngandeKlmctlug mining miningand miningandextracting and andextracting
extracting the value are unexcelled that the business conditions inking everything
Into eonshlorntlon could hardly b be < l better amid that the annual profits when the
plant Is In opcrnllon will not he less than 2j 2 5 por cent upon the price the stock Is
ofle offered red for and thivt such profit will continue for many manyears years from ore oro now In sight sightrnllllhu sightrtel
From rnllllhu rtel limo knowledge that we have hav not only of this mine but ofall other Biraf
lar mints mncs lu the United States tatc we unhesitatingly recommend time stock ni a safe
and conservative Investment for tho large and small mallnvcstor investor alike
The stock of this Company Is l full paid and nonusscssablo No stockholder stockholderi stoctholderalSlIIDeS stockholderassutnea
alSlIIDeS time slightest personal rellponslbllIty for the obligations of the Company
Thero Is no bondcd Imlehtellllcss to racy Intere interest t on i No preferred stock stands be
tween any any tockholdcrnnd slockhohlcr and his fair share haro of the profits
This stock which Is full paid and nonassessable and which carries no per personnl personnllllhillty iersonal
sonnl sonnllllhillty liability for I Jr the stockholders Is offered at it W 3 por share par value 5
Every Every dollar realized from the sale of this treasury trea ury stock will go Into the theplant theplant theplant
plant Nu > io salaries are paid to any nn officers connected with this Company and none nonewill nonewill nonewill
will lie pid pl until the plant Is In actual operation and the earnings Justify such suchsalaries sucha suchIr suchsalaries
salaries a
If lor any reason the whole amount necessary for the erection of tho plant Is Isless Isnot Isnot
not nt once forthcoming from the attic of treasury stock the work will neverthe
less lio completed without delay An agreement a r clIIlnt has been entered Into between
the Company Jmp IIY and responsible parties to place tho plant In operation In any alyevent event
thus providing against the risk of failure on account of an Insufficient amount of ofstock ofIItoek ofstock
stock being sold to place pnce the mines on a paying pay In basis
II AColonnA A Colonnl will receive subscriptions at Kjoin 25WyattIluildlngand fish Wyatt Building and furnish furnishany lurnlshany furnishany
any further Information III formation that may bo desired desiredII
II J T UHIGUT and Representing
W v SCOTT I OWEKS I the Company CompanyTHE Complnyp ComplnyTHE CompanyTHE
Tenth and E St N W WFinest WFinest I
Finest Wines and Liquors LiquorsMerchants Liquors1 1
Merchants Lunch 15 15cents cents 12 to 2 P M MLadies MLadies Hli HliLadies
Ladies and Gents Dining Rooms RoomsVICTOR r
THE I IWashington IWashington
Washington Brewery Premises PremisesFOURTH PremisesFOURTH i iFOURTH

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