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4 THE SUNDAY GLOBE WASHINGTON WASHI GTON D 0 JULY 28 1901
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O Globe lobe Is an exclusive local publication publicationand publlcatlouaud publicationand
and will be found a valuable medium to toreach 10reach toreach
reach the patronage of the Washington WaHhlnutonpublic Washingtonpublic allhlnltton allhlnlttonpu
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SUNDAY SU DA y JULY 2SWtll 2SWtllCO 28 1P01 1P01COMMrSSIUVUK lllOIcmDlISSIOnll
CO COMMrSSIUVUK BY EYti EYtiCommlsloner AM AMCommissioner + xS xSCommissioner
Commissioner Evans in his state statement statewent ¬ I Iment
ment to the public purporting to be a areply areply areply
reply to the charges made against him himby himby himby
by Gen Daniel E Sickles concludes concludeswith concludeswith concludoewith
with the following astonishing state statement statement statewent ¬
ment mentI
I beg to call attention to the fact factthat tactthat tsctthat
that the disbursements through this thisBureau thliBureau thisBureau
Bureau awl the numerous agencies agenciessince alencleisince agenciessince
since I came here nave amounted to to60QOOOOOO
609000000 or more There haveb have been beenno beenno en enno
no defalcations no misapplication or ormisappropriation orml ormisappropriation
misappropriation ml approprlatlon of public funds fundsThere tundsThere fundsThere
There have been no bounty land scandais scan scandals n ndais ¬
dais or charge ot squandering public publicfunds publictunds publicfunds
funds There has been no selling of ofappointments ofappointments oeappointments
appointments or promotions Can more morebe morebe morebe
be asked Effort has been made to do dojuetlce dojustice dojuetice
justice to all allWhy allWhy allWhy
Why should Commissioner Evans Bransclaim Evansclaim Evansclaim
claim credit for the fact that the pub public pubUc publie ¬
lie funds have been honestly henuU dis disbursed dl dlbursed dlaburled ¬
bursed He has no more to do and is isno Isno isno
no more responsible for the disburse disbursement dlebursement dlsbursemeat ¬
ment of public funds tnan any em employe employe employe ¬
ploye under him No bounty land landscandals landscandals landscandals
scandals It Is rather kite ate In the day dayto dayto dayto
to claim credit for that factThere fact factThere tactThere
There to not another anot er public official officialunder officialunder otilclalunder
under the Government who would wouldclaim wouldclaim wouldclaim
claim credit for not selling appoint appointments appointments appointmeats ¬
ments and promotions We are asked askedo
0 Infer from the way in which hestates he hestates hestates
states the fact that selling appoint appointuents appointlUents appointrents
rents and promotions was an every evaryday everyday ery eryday ¬
day occurrence and that he was the theonly theonJy theonly
only Bureau officer in Washington who whowas whowas whowas
was not engaged in this nefarious bUll business bUllness buainess ¬
ness nessHe He doth protest too much for forwhile forwhile forwhile
while he has not sold promotions he hehas hehas hehas
has done what h t is tantamount tsntamountto to the thisame thesame thesame
same thing he has permitted the tbeclique theclique theclique
clique that runs his Bureau to distrib distribute dletrlbute distribute ¬
ute promotions to their friends and fa faTorltes taTorltes favorites
Torltes and whether the clique receiv recelyed received recelved ¬
ed valuable considerations is another anotherstory anotherstory anotherstory
story storyIt storyIt storyIt
It la an undeniable undf nlable fact that merit merithas meritbas merithas
has never been considered con dered a factor in indetermining Indetermining indetermining
determining promotions promotionsIt
It seems a story from the world of ofspirits otsplrlte ofspirits
spirits when anyone obtains that thatwhich thatwhich thatwhich
which he wants or any merits that thatwhich thatwhich thatwhich
which he obtained obtalnedunder under Evans EvansHis EvansHis EvansHis
His claim that there was no misap misappropriation misappropriation misappropriation ¬
propriation of public funds is abso absolutely abBolltely absopltely ¬
lutely false The 5000000 which he hehas hehas hehas
has turned back to the Treasury was wasa wasa wasa
a clear and direct misappropriation of ofmoney otmoney ofongTees
money mane Y Ythe appropriated by Congress C ongTees for forth forthl
the th benefit of the old veterans who whobad whobad whohad
bad offered their lives for the perpetu perpetuation perpetuation perpetuation ¬
ation of the Union It is evident now nowto nowto nowto
to the most casual observer that he hewas hewas hewaa
was appointed Commissioner ot Pen Pensions Pensione Penstuns ¬
stuns with the understanding that he hewould hewould hewould
would return 600000 60001 < 00 or 10000000 10000000to
to tbe Treasury To do this he adoptad adopt adopted adopted ¬
ed two detestable policies viz
1 To cut down the he ratings of die dliabilities dlsabilities dieabilitiea
abilities and reject every claim that he hepossibly hepossibly hepossibly
possibly could without too flagrant a aviolation av aioiation
violation v of law and usage
2 To promote the inefficient and andworthless andworthle andworthless
worthless worthle e and reduee the efficient and andworthy andworthy andworthy
worthyBy worthy worthyBy worthyBy
By the first method he cut down the tbeappropriation thealJproprlation theappropriation
appropriation directly and by the theon theond sec secand
on and < i method he reduced indirectly by bydemoralizing bydemoralizing b bdemoralizing
demoralizing the working force andthus and andthug andbus
thug retarding the work of the Bu Bureau Dureau Bureau >
reau reauWe We Ve propose prop to prove in future issues issuesof IIIU91or few fewof
of The Globe
1 That Evans baa administered the theIj thePnslon th thPension
Ij Pension < n8ion Office with the view of grati grittfylng gratifying gratifying
fying the plutocrats pluto rats of this thl country countrywho countrywho countrywho
who while hlle rapidly absorbing th thwealth thi thiwealth thswalth
wealth produced by the people peoplegrudgingly be begrudgingly JMIgrudgingly
grudgingly pay their share for the sup support IUPport eu euport
port of the Government and bitterly bitterlyomplaln bltterl bltterljomplaln bitterlyn
omplaln n that the pittance that is paid palOto paidIn paidto
to the men who preserved the nation nationis natio natioi
is i too large
2 That he hat Contemptuously ignred Ig Ignored IIflored
nored some and hail failed to execute executeother executslither executeether
other laws awil enacted enactei by Congress
3 That he Ita hu Ignored the civil servo service servoce sereice
ice ce law and appointed men to offlct offlctwho OfflC4who oin oinwho
who have not been certified by the thfrivll thelvl1 th thtlvil
rivll lvl1 Service Commission
4 That he hat demoralized every dl division dlvilion dlvision
vision by rewarding spies Iple and informere Inform Informera InformNI
era promoting Ilrom tlng the Inefficient and 1m 1mmoral 1mmoral immoral
moral and unjustly dlscrhninatinagainst dUcrltnlnatlni dUcrltnlnatlniagainst < ltscrhnlnatlnlogalnlt
against the efficient and highminded highmindedWithout blahmlndedWtthout highmindedWithout
Without malice toward Commission Commissiontd
td od Evans we have quietly conduct conductsan conductan
an Investigation which while far trot trotbeing tronbeing trotbeing
being complete has h Unclosed dl 4310eed a cot cotriltlon condltlon co coJition
riltlon of affairs existing in his bl Bi Bireau D Dau litrPau
reau au that it seems almost Incredible incredlbhi
i > e would ould not believe many man statement statementuntil ItatamentIIntll statementuntil
until supplied with ineontestabl ineontestabli InconteltablpOOll lneontestablproofs
i proofs pOOllRmllo181 proofsA roof a aKragloysa
A Kragloysa driven to suicide prawt prawti preJflsre prernare
i tire re deaths by drink a system of p pelt pettI peltry tt tttyranny
I ry tyranny y ranDY and Mplanage etpl nage that brings liriB I
1 1I
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blush of shame to every American citi citizen emzen citizen ¬
zen who has haeknowledge knowledge of It ItI ItI itI
I have given says Commissioner CommissionerEvans CommlllJlonerEuns CommissionerEvans
Evans four years of the best effortsof efforts effortsof elfortsat
of my life toward having hl1ln this Govern Government Gonrnment Government ¬
ment get control of its pensioning system sys system system ¬
tem and I am proud of the result resultBy reult reultDy reeultBy
By the way has not the Governmentalways Government Governmentalways Governmentalwas
always had control of Its pensioning pensioningsystems pensioningeystems pensioningsystems
systems If I not who hadAs had hadAs hadAs
As to four years ears of the best bet efforts effortshe eUortsI effortslie
I he has been well wel paid for them Lethim Let Lethim LetII
II him compare comlJre them with the tour tar years yearsof yors yorsof yearsof
of the best bet efforts eforts of the boys In the thotrenches thetrenches thetrenches
trenches whose pensions lenslons he would wouldstop wouldslop ould ouldItOP
stop ItOP if i he couldIf could couldIf coulda
If he is proud of tne fact that drunk drunkenness drunkenneiS drunkeunees ¬
enness lying spying deception andall and andall andal
all al forms of immorality has hW Increased Increasedduring Incresed Incresedduring increasedduring
during his administration adminitration let no oneenvy one oneenvy oneenvy
envy him himI
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1T > IT IrISllan IrISllanI IS iii 1 1 Kill KillIt tte tteIt
I It has returned retUned from London Londonwhere Londonwhere Londonwhere
where It has been to arrange arange Its Itsamusements ItsamunenlS Itsamusements
amusements amunenlS for the American Americn public publicfor publc publcfor publicfor
for the coming fall tal and winterIt winterIt winter winterIt
It Is the only manager empowered empoweredto
to do this sort ot thing It I has a abrother abrother abrother
brother who is also alo In the business businessbacked buelnesscke businessbacked
backed cke by a Catholic Catbolc pill pi manufactu manufacturer ¬
rer who for a long time tme paid him a afat afat afat
fat salary to look learn ler and be learned learn learned lern lerned ¬
ed But It Is the acknowledged IX IXecutlll ex executive x xacutlve
acutlve head of the syndicate that has hasundertaken hasundertaken hasundertaken
undertaken to entertain the great greatAmerican grat gratmerlcan greatlmerlcan
American + merlcan theatergoer and to make makehim male maleblm makehim
him pay IJY liberally lberRly for his fun funIt tunIt funIt
It and Its brother have aurang auranged alrang alranged asranged
ed to provide the American public publicwith publ1clh publicwith
with lh the necessary neceiary string of attractloas attrac attractions aUracI ¬
I tions tons for 1912 and ant to judge udg from their theirprinted theirprinte theirprinted
printed printe gush ceh they are elated by their theirprospecti theirproepilct theirprospects
prospects prospectiIt proepilct
It said ld by cable some Sme time tme ago agothat agothat agothat
that It had engaged Sarah Bern Bernhardt Berahudt Bernhardt
hardt to play pIa Romeo to Maude Adams AdamsJuliet AdamsJulet AdamsJuliet
Juliet Julet which statement Madam Bern Bernhardt Dernhudt Bernbardt
hardt promptly pronounced pronounce false andabsurd and andabsurd andablurd
absurd absurdNow ablurdrow absurdNow
Now row It appears to Ignore this de denial denlal donlal ¬
nlal and proceed procee to affirm ntrm the orig original orig origfinal ¬
inal proposition propoelton through the easily easilyopened ea8ly ea8lyopned easilyopened
opened opned columns of the New rew York press pressPerhaps pre pressPerhaps
Perhaps by the time tme that this memo memorandum memoorandum momorandum ¬
orandum of events Is published publehed the theFrench theFrench theFrench
French Madame will wi have havc cabled to tothe tothe tothe
the American press that It I Is o of oft oftIts f fIts
Its It nut again or something to that thateffect thatet thateffect
effect effectOn effectOn
et etOn
On the te other hand Perhaps Ma Madame ladame Ia Iadame ¬
dame B has ha been ba prevailed prevaied upon totry to totry totry
try her luck here once more having havingbeen havingleen havingbeen
been leen guaranteed a a sumptuous cer cartainty certainty certint ¬
tainty tint to make a monkey of the Eng English EngIlh English ¬
lish Ilh poets ideal lover If I so 1 the en enterprising enterprlelng enterprising ¬
terprising mountebanker must have havedecided havedecided havedecided
decided to his own satisfaction Itsfucton that the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great American public to whom be becaters hecateri becaters
caters Is an educated educate asurand atland ass and blindly blindlyobedient blndly blndlyobedient blindlyobedient
obedient to his bidding biddingA
A female Romeo is an altogether repugnant re repugnant re repugnant ¬
pugnant proposition propoelton offensively oeenilvely sug suggestive SUIleitve suggeetive ¬
gestive leitve and indecent and It is taxing taxingcredulity txing txingcreduUy taxingcredulity
credulity creduUy to believe oleve that an artist artlt of ofthe otlhe ofthe
the brainy class to which Madame MadameBernhardt MadameBeruhardt ldame I
Bernhardt belongs would enter into a ascheme atcheme ascheme
scheme to disfigure disfigur one of Shakespeaces Shakes Shakespeares Shakespeare ¬
peares peare most beautiful biuUful characters and andat andat andat
at the tame time tme make a cheap chlp guy of ofherself ofheril ofherself
herself heril to gratify the financial fnancial hun hunger hunger hunger ¬
ger of the Faglns who Infest Infet the theTemple theTemple theTemple
Temple of Art ArtThe ArtThe ArtThe
The suggestion suggeston when made a few fewweeks fewweeks fewweeks
weeks ago excited excied tke ridicule of about aboutall about aboutal aboutall
all al the dramatic dramatc critics crics of standingthroughout standing standingthroughout standingthroughout
throughout the country Perhaps the themighty themighty themighty
mighty It has not ot learned this or orelse orelse orelse
else is so gloriously conceited that It Itproposes Itpropose itproposes
proposes to disarm criticism critcism when op opposed opposed opposed ¬
posed to Its Interests InterestsIf InterestsI
If I Madam adam Bernhardt values her rep reputation rej reputation ¬
utation she will wi stick stck to her first tnt de determination determinaton determination ¬
termination terminaton and advise It to cast castEdna cat catEdna castEdna
Edna May or May ay IrwIn for the partof part partof partot
of Romeo If I a satisfactory satstactory male im impersonation 1mp1naUon Impersonation ¬
personation p1naUon can cn not be hired hire by thesyndicate the tbesyndicate theByndlcate
syndicate syndicateA
A New York paper says that Com Cornmissioner Commlislontr Commlflonar
missioner Evans Is so 1 busy that he heoats heets heeats
oats ets his hi luncheon lunchen In his hi room This Is Isthinkable Istblnkable isthinkable
thinkable when we consider the In Incompetency Incompetency Incompetency
competency favoritism favorillm and Injusticethat Injustice Injusticethat Injllstce Injllstcethat
that prevails preVI throughout his Bureau BureauTUB Dureu Dureuril BureauTHE
TUB ril tnIylrata II 11 11 Kits MONKY JIOJ 1 a Y IltfHTS IltfHTSThe IVHS IVHSThe II UlSTS UlSTSThe
The Ohio exsoldiers elldlerl will w1 please ples note notethe notetbe notethe
the fact when they come to vote this thisfall thletal thisfall
fall tal that the Pension Department Departmfnt of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Government ie 1 the only Depart Department Deprt Deprtment Department ¬
ment having a surplus to turn Into the theTreasury theTreairy
Treasury Treairy Every Ivery Department of the theGovernment theGovernment theGovernment
Government used up Its appropriation appropriationexcept appropriationexcept appropriationexcept
except Mr Evans Pension Bureau BureauWell DureauWel
Well Wel what of It Why simply 11m ply this thisfellow thisfelow thisfellow
fellow felow humbugged the money money AirEvans Mr MrEvans Ir IrI
I Evans pays out hurts Wall Vall Street for forit torIt
it decentralizes decentralzsl wealth and helps tope towevent topevent to pe pevnt ¬
vent vnt its II consolidation conloldatlon in the hands of ofa otI ofa
I a I few See No ro well wel then the money moneypaid moneypid
paid pid pensioners pnloner their widows and or orphans orphan orphans ¬
phans penetrates pnetratel every eery nook and ham hamlet hamlet barnlet
let In the United nlted States and is put in inImmediate InImmediate inImmediate
Immediate circulation circulaton and over an al enorenous en enormous enormou
ormous extent of territory terriory Thin Thil hurts hurtsWall
I Wall Wal Street Stret it makes money money cheap cheapRussel CbeapRUSBeI cheapRussel
Russel Sage et al al can cn not sell tl their thelimoney theirI theirmoney
I money for a big premium until unU theytighten the thetighten they theyUlhtel
tighten Ulhtel the market again And b bthat by bythAt bthat
that time tme almost another pension pen lion da darolls dAY dAYroUI
rolls around Now row do the old soldier soldiersee soldiersee
I see le the Importance to Wall Wnl Street am amMark and andMark
Mark Hanna of d decreasing cro iing the aggre aggregate aggregate
gate late output of money and why MrMcKinley Mr MrMcKlnlay Ir IrMcKinley
McKinley the tie obedient servant Bervnt o oWall 01 01WaU aWail
Wall Street Hanna Co Trusts etc etctells elcten
tells ten Mr Ir Kvans Yvan to go slow Ever Everdollar Everdolar Everdollar
dollar dolar saved laed by Mr Ir Evans Is thai thaimuch thaiI thamuch
I much taken tken out of circulation circulaton amoni
11 1 the thl people pople and locked loked up In the Trent Trentnry Tresscry rrellln
n > cry vaults where It I can cn not hurt Wai WaiStreet Val al alt
t Street Strlet Mr Evan l vl saved a vei 3000001 3000001i 800000last OOOOO OOOOOt
t i last 18t year and 5000000 1000000 this tll year yer yerI i itotal
I total of IMOOOOO 1100000 000000 out of the soldiers soldiersI
5 I money which they and their widows widowsi widowe
e i And nd their orphans orpha ought to have had hadAnd hadnl hadAnd
And nl not another Department Deprtment of th thGovernment the theI theGovernment <
I Government saved 8 a penny pnn The Ther Th81 Th81didnt
r didnt have bav to say un 9 the Ue people lP11 wh wht who <
1 t build buid warships auhlp and anl th the GevirnmenI Oayjrnmem ClvnnDent
I
i contractors et al stand stlnd in with WallStreet Wall WallStreet Wal
Street In this way the money they tOy re receive receive recalve ¬
ceive Is confined to n few people and anda anda
a few localities localtes It is I the soldiersmoney soldiers soldiersmoney soldiersmoney
money that hurts hurt See It now fellow fellowhumbugged felow felowhumbugged fellowhumbugged
humbugged old G O P vets vets1 Weguess We Weguoss Weguess
guess so
KCIILKY ICILE ACTS ACTSWe tCTiWe C CWe
We would not for a moment presume presumeto preumo
to dispute the Posts claim caim of being beingchiefly beingchiefy beingchiefly
chiefly chiefy Instrumental in Inducing Induclng Ad Admiral Admiral ¬
miral Schley to demand a a court of in inquiry Inqulry inquiry ¬
quiry The Post did splendid work in inthis Inthis Inthis
this respect and merits merit the commend commendation commendaton commandatlon ¬
ation aton of all al for the manner in which whichIt whichI whichIt
It I has handled the Naval raval clique clque edito editorially edlo edlorlaly editorially ¬
rially rlaly and locally localy But pardon our ourpresumption ourpresumption ourpresumption
presumption it somehow strikes us usthat usthat usthat
that away back as far as Sunday morn morning mOInIng morning ¬
ing last The Globe Gobe editorially ediorialy admon admonished admonIhed admonished ¬
ished Ihed Admiral Schely that he must mustflsh mustfish mustfish
fish or cut bait bai And the Admiral Admiralread Admiralread Admiralread
read the editorial too as ho knows kEowsThe kJOWS kJOWSThe knowsThe
The Globe Gobe is a staunch admirer ot the theVictor theVictor theVlctor
° Victor of Santiago SantiagoIt Sa Hago HagoIt
It was Tuesday Tueduy if our memory memoryserves memorySrves memoryserves
Srves serves us right that the Post cleared clearedits clearedIe clearedits
its Ie decks for action acton and in more grace graceful gracetul graceful ¬
ful phraseology followed folowed The Globes Globeslend Gobes Gobeslead Globeslend
lend We voiced public sentiment sentimentwhen sentimentwhen sentimentwhen
when we admonished the Admiral that thatnot that10t thatnot
not 10t only the general public pUblc but his hisfriends hisfriends hisfriends
friends were becowlug disgusted at athis at athis athis
his supluenoss supinenes and that he must fish flshor fishor fishor
or cut butt bt We We all rejoice that the thocourt thecourt thecourt
court is composed of material which whichInsures whichInsures whichinsures
Insures honorable treatment tretment to both bothSampson bothSamplon bothSampson
Sampson and Schley and that a cor correct cor correct correct ¬
rect conclusion concluiion will w1 be arrived at byits by byits bytl
its tl members It I is possible pOslble that Ad Admiral Admiral Admiral ¬
miral Schley committed an error ofjudgment of ofjudgment otjudgment
judgment as a charged by Sampson Sampen but butthe butthe butthe
the officer otcer or historian lleth leth In his histhroat hist1loat histhroat
throat t1loat who accuses this gallant gallnt and andfearless andtearleee andfearless
fearless sailor salor of cowardice He won a abrilliant abr11ant abrilliant
brilliant br11ant victory and added adled new lustre lustreto luetreto lustreto
to the historic record reord of the American AmericanNavy Amerlcu Amerlcuav AmericanNavy
Navy av when Sampson committed commited his hiserror hieerror hiserror
error of judgment Neither = eiher man Is a acoward acowad acoward
coward cowad and he utters utere a palpable false falsehood false100d falsehood ¬
hood 100d who applies apple such an epithet to an anAmerican anAmerican anAmerican
American admiral whether his name nameis nameIe nameis
is Sampson Sampln or Schley The American AmericanNavy Amerlc AmerlcNavy AmerictiNavy
Navy never bred a coward from thehour the thehour thehour
hour Us ie flag fag saluted the sea the crest crestof crestof crestof
of which It has ridden rlJden triumphant to tothe totb tothe
the tb present IIesent hour The American Navy Navyhas Navyhas Navyhas
has a record of which the country countr Is Isjustly 1 isjustly
justly justy proud It I is most brilliant brllant andis and andIs andII
Is unequalled unequaled by any an navy In the world worldnot worldnot worldnot
not excepting the English Englsh againstwhich against againstwhich againstwhich
which it I fought in j6 6 and 1812 with withsuch withsuch withsuch
such gallantry galantry and success succei as to win winthe winthe winthe
the admiration admiraton of the world It would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be Impossible in such luch a navy f fir r anodcer an anofficer anofcer
officer ofcer to show weakness or lack ofthe of ofthe ottbe
the American sea lighting fg6tng spirit and andwe andwe andwe
we are satisfied satsfied that neither Sampson Sampsonnor
nor Schley Schle are chargeable with such suchThe suchThe suchThe
The ruffian rulan historian Maclay who stig stigmatized stg stgmatzed stlgmatized ¬
matized matzed a trove rave and gallant galant American Americanadmiral Americanadnlral Americanadmiral
admiral adnlral as a coward cowarl ought to bo exhibited ex exhibited exhlbied ¬
hibited hlbied to the execrations execratons of the public publicIn publc publcIn publicin
In every city cty in the country and flog flogged fog fogged flogged ¬
ged through the fleet Ieet for his attempt attempton atempt atempton
on the honor of this gallant galant and vic victorious vietorlou8 victorious ¬
torious sailor salorWI1eld sailorWinaleld Wlnfield Scott Schley SchleyThis SchleyThl SchleyThis
This Thl punishment IJllebment would be an objectlesson object objectlesson objectlesson
lesson to foreign nations natons as to the high highestimate blgheiUmate highestimate
estimate we place upon the courage courageand courageand courageand
and honor of our ourNavy Navy = av Maclny is a adisgrace adisgrace adisgrace
disgrace to the country of his birth If IfIndeed I Ifindeed
Indeed Indeel he is an American AmericanTIIK AmericanIlI AmericanTile
Tile IlI VAXUKlUllUUJK tANIEItIII UtUIIOUI GtrI ADMIUA ADMIUATIOX tldillltlION Uln UlnIUX
lION IUX NOCIKTY NOCIKTYSomething SUC SUCSomethlnl KICITSSomething
Something Somethlnl has been heretofore saidin said saidin
in 11 the columns of The Globe Gobe concern concernIng concernIng concerning
Ing the peculiar pecular relations relatons existing existng be between between between ¬
tween Lyman J Gage Secretary Secrtnry of the theTreasury theTr6asur theTreasury
Treasury Tr6asur and his hl late Assistant Frank FrankA
A Vanderllp Vanderlp Much Iuch that was vas said wasuttered was wasuttered wasutere
uttered utere In Jest yet et there has been lit little lt ltte littie ¬
tie te in the official offical conduct of the two twogentlemen twogentemen twogentlemen
gentlemen gentemen named that would Justify Justifytreatment Jusuy Jusuytreatment justifytreatment
treatment of them In mere humor Sev Several Seveml 5everal ¬
eral transactions transctons should rather rther receive receiveserious recelTeserious receiveserious
serious attention attenton It I Is I not our inten intention Intenton batontion ¬
tion ton now to simply advertise either eitherparty eitherpart eitherparty
party part but we are going unsparingly to tocall tocal tocall
call cal attention atenton to a charge or charges chargesmade chargesmade
made by other parties partes which the per persons persone persons ¬
sons named should have noticed before beforeWe betorenow beforenow
now nowWe
We said not long ago that no mat matter matter matter ¬
ter where Vanderllp Vlnderlp went Munchausen Munchausenstories Munchausenstorle Munchausenstories
stories storle would be told of his financialprowess financial financialprowess fnancial fnancialIlrowele
prowess and his doings would be de detailed detaied detailed ¬
tailed taied through the public publc prints Our Ourprophecy Ourprophecy Ourprophecy
prophecy was made mlde good sooner than thanwe thanwe thanwe
we expected and only within a tow towdays tewdays fewdays
days a story Is told in a certain paperof paper paperof paperof
of his mastering all al the Intricacies Intrlcaces of otfinance oftnance offinance
finance tnance in Europe and thereby learning learn learning learnIng ¬
ing how to float toat international Internatonal loansand loans loansand loansand
and being rewarded therefor by a po position poslon positlon ¬
sition slon of Fifth Flth VIcePresident of the theNational thealonal theNational
National alonal City Ciy Bank of New York Yorkwhich Yorkwhich Yorkwhich
which was created expressly exprelly for him himThe himThe himThe
The story as a told sounded very much muchlike muchlke muchlike
like lke one of Vanderllps Vanderlps talks and hemay he hemay hemay
may have dictated dictted the same to a 1 re reporter reporter reporter ¬
porter We dont know we only be bolleve beleve behove
hove leve he could coull have hae so dictated dictatedLater dictatedIater dictatedLater
Later on we received a paper fronsome
some little lte town In Illinois llnotthe Illinoisthe the namiof
of which and of the paper pper are botlforgotten bonforgottenwith
forgotten torgotenwlth forgottenwith with the picture of the latAssistant
Assistant Aelllant on the front page and anlla a narrative nar narratlve narratlve
ratlve of a most remarkable rile ti tihigh t thigh
high position polton of the wonderful Vander Vanderlip VanderI
I lip lp and that he was 8 now by reason re80n o obis ohis
I his immense tnmense Importance receiving receivingsalary recolvlng181ary
salary 181ary of 30000 per year as a a vlc vlcpresident <
president pre llent of the National atonal City Bank o oNew 0ew
New ew York the bank bnk above alove noted Thustory Tlilistory
story tory like lke all al others have every marl marlof marlof
of having 1Hving been ben written by the worth worthhimself
himself hlm el and we refer to It now as al i iwill Iwl
will wl become Important Importnt In our references refeences
ences to the gentleman enteman further on onThe onI
I The story Itory reads rea1 like lke him
I line hJe tree him as every everyone one who has ba a per personal pe
l sonsd sonal acquaintance Itqualntanee with him knowthat know knowtthat knowthat
that he Is I a I braggart with wih a a very dual shallow Ihnl Ihnllow duallow
low foundation tOlnllton for hi hil his boastings boastingsBut btnp btnput bosetinlptBut
But ut If It is I true that he In now Ir Irreceipt 1 1receipt
I receipt reeipt of a salary alary of 80000 annually annuallyit
it Is II very significant IllnlfcMnt In view of ftirthei ftirtheireferences
I references reCereneele w we shall ha make mlke It I certain certainshows certlnl certlnlIhoWI
shows that the National City Ciy Dank
t
1
a big pull pul with the Secretary Secretry of theTreasury the theTreasury theTreasury
Treasury for without wihout the backing and andpersonal andpersonal andpersonal
personal friendship of Mr Gage Van Vanderllp VanIderllp Vanderllp ¬
Iderllp derllp would oUld not bo worth 30 cents to toany toany toany
any financial fnancial Institution Instution of respectable respectablestanding respectnblestanding respectablestanding
standing as every unprejudiced man manwho manwho manwho
who knows Vanderllp will wi testify testifyWe testty testtyWe testifyWe
We now come to a charge that has hasbeen hasbeen
been made mlde by tho Mirror of this city cityIf cityI cityIf
If I the charge has any foundation oftruth of ottruth oftruth
truth It I deserves desores serious and thought thoughtful thoughttul thoughtful ¬
ful consideration It Is to the effect effectthat eaectthat effectthat
that the office of fifth ffth vicepresident vicepresidentof
of tho National Natonal City Bank of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York a pet bank of the Secretary ofthe of otthe ofthe
the Treasury Trosury had been expressly cre created created croated ¬
ated for Mr Vanderllp This is cor corroborated CQ corroborated ¬
roborated by what whlt has been author authoritively authorlively author
lively tvely told by Vanderllps Vanderlps friends Here Hereis lere lereIs Hereis
is the serious part as charged by tho thoMlror thoUror theM1ror
Mlror that the place was created for forthe forthe forthe
the express purpose of making the manVanderllp man manVanderllp manVnnlerlp
Vanderllp Vnnlerlp a gobetween between the thobank thebank thebank
bank and the Treasury DepartmentCan Department DepartmentCan DepartmentCan
Can such a charge have any founda foundation foundaton foundation ¬
tion in fact It almost takes ones oneabreath onesbreath onesbreath
ton
breath away to contemplate It I It I IB i agrave a agrave agrave
grave charge carge and one which should shouldnot shouldnot shouldnot
not be passed lightly lghtly over If I not true truethere truethere truethere
there should bo a prompt and swift swiftdenial swit switdenial swiftdenial
denial by Mr lr Gage his late Assistant Assistantand Assistantand Assistantand
and the officers of the bank It I should shouldnot shouldnot shouldtrot
not only be prompt and lnd swift swt but acconnpanted ac accompanied accompanied ¬
companied by such proofs as wouldcarry would wouldcarry wouldcarry
carry conviction to the most Incredu Incredulous Incredulous Incredub ¬
b lous us It I should be such a denial andcome and andcome Dndcome
come In such form as would satisfythe satisfy satisfythe Stsy Stsythe
the most lOst unreasonable critic of the theSecretary theSecretnr theSecretary
Secretary SecretaryIf Secretnr SecretnrIt
If unfortunately for the good name nameof nameat nameof
of the persons concerned concered Jt it should bo botrue botrue betrue
true then the Secretary of the Treas Treasury Treasury res resury ¬
ury should be impeached and driven drivenfrom driventram drivenfrom
from his ls high position positon These Thee wordsare words wordsare wordsare
are severe but not more so than war warranted warrnted warranted ¬
ranted rnted It there is any foundation Coundaton for forthe fortbe forthe
the charge made It I can not now be bewhistled bewhleted bewhistled
whistled whleted down the wind It can not notbo notbe notbe
be pooh poobed and Ignored because becausemade becuso becusomade becausemade
made by an unfriendly periodicalWhat periodical periodicalWhat periodicalWbat
What does it I mean What is tho thomeaning thomeaning themeaning
meaning of the words making laltng it It Itmeans I Itmeans
means mens plainly speaking that Frank A AVanderllp AVanderlll AVanderllp
Vanderllp Vanderlll by virtue of his position positon as asvicepresident nsvicepresident asvicepresident
vicepresident vicepresident of the National Natonal City CityBank Ciy CiyDank CityBank
Bank and his office otce of gobetween hascertain has hascertain hascertain
certain privileges privieges allowed alowed him whichare which whichare whichare
are denied to officers of every other na national natonal national ¬
tional tonal bank In the United Unied StatesWe States StatesWe StatesWe
We frankly trnkly confess we dont know knowwhat knowwhat knowwhat
what those prlveloges prveleges are are but they theymust theymust theymust
must be valuable else the bank wouldnot would wouldnot wouldnot
not pay 30OuO per year for them ifindeed If IfIndeed I
Indeed the Mirror is correct correctThe corrccl correctThe
The Tle Globe Gobe does not make this charge chargeIt
It has no means of knowing whether whetherit
it I t is true or false but the Secretary of oftho otthe ofthe
the Treasury does know He owes It to tothe tothe tothe
the Administration Administration of which ho is a apart apart apart
part to President McKinley who hashonored has hashonwred hashonlred
honored honlred him with high office to the thepublic thepublc thepublic
public publc who must pay tho bounty bo bestowed bostowed bostowed
stowed on pets by such astounding astoundingmalconduct astoundingmalconduct astoundingmalconduct
malconduct to sternly eterly deny it I If I not nottrue nottrue nottrue
true or give the facts and let It bo boknown Ie Ieknown beknown
known why it I is done If I true trueTransactions trueTraneactons trueTransactions
Transactions Traneactons of Secretary Gage andthe and andthe andthe
the National Natonal City Bank exceedingly exceedinglymore exceedinglymore exceedinglymore
more odorous have ha already been aired airedThe airedThe airedThe
The custom house scandal has beenventilated been beenventilated beenventlatel
ventilated ventlatel more than once and charges chargesmade chargesmnde chargesmade
made in connection connecton therewith therewih tacitlyadmitted tacitly tacitlyadmitted taciy taciyadmitted
admitted admittedNow admittedNow admittedNow
Now comes one more serious thanall than thanall thanni
all ni the rest That a fiscal fscal agent notconnected not notconnected notconnected
connected with wih the Government in any anyofflclnl anyolcal anyoifcial
offlclnl olcal capacity has ha a somi semiofficial ofitclal po position 10 10slton position ¬
sition slton conferred upon UpOl him to enable a afavorite afavorite afavorite
favorite of the the Secretary of the Treas Treasury Trcasury Treasury ¬
ury to have an advantage over other otherbanking otherbanking otherbanking
banking Institutions Instutons of the countryFor country countryFor countryFor
For very shames sake saIt the truth truthought t truthought uth uthought
ought to be told It I such a charge has hasno hasno hasno
no element of truth in it the Secre Secretary Secretnr Secretary ¬
tary tnr can well wel afford aford to unlock his lips lipsTo lps lpsTo lipsTo
To keep them sealed gives license Icenso to toput toput toput
put any sort of construction on his silence si silence sllence ¬
lence and Intelligent Intelgent persons will w1 not notbo notbe notbe
be slow to place a construction constructon uncom uncomplimentary uncomplmentry uncomplimentary ¬
plimentary plmentry to that officer officerA olccr olccrA officerA
A tonround go between Mark Han Hanna Hanna Ianan ¬
na and Ind Tom L Johnson would be an aninteresting nnInterestng aninteresting
interesting Interestng event but the wise personwould person personwould personwonld
would place his money on Mark Ho Hodoesnt le ledoesnt Hedoesnt
doesnt do so much preliminary preliminry talk talkIng tlk tlkWashington bilkingThe
Ing ingThe The Washington Post PostThe PostThe PostThe
The wlso person who placed his hismoney hismoney hismoney
money on a Mark Iark In tho goes between betweenMark betweenMark betweenMark
Mark and Tom L for control of theCleveland the thoCleveland theClevelanll
Cleveland street car lines lnes and the may mayoralty mayoraly mayoralty ¬
oralty oraly prize must have felt moro like likea lke lkea
a cheap guy than a wise Ise person The Theevent Tbeevent Theevent
event would no doubt bo interesting interestingbut Interostng Interostngbut interestingbut
but you may rest assured that Tom Ls Lspreliminary Lspreliminary Lspreliminary
preliminary talking tlking would give Markno Mark Markno Markno
no advantage No ro one knows this better bet better better ¬
ter than MarkSenator Mark MarkSenator Iark IarkSonator
Senator McLaurln lclaurln ot South Caro Carolina CaroIna CareIlan ¬
lina Ina has been officially ofcialy expelled expeled from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Democratic Democratc Democratic party by the State Stte ex exectitlvo executlve executivo >
ectitlvo committee th vote standing Itandlng 26to 26 25to 26to
to G This ends el18 McLaurins usefulness usefulnessas usetulnosSlS
as lS a traitor traior McKinley and Hanna can canno canno canno
no longer use him as a tool In tho Dem Democratic Democratc Bernocratic ¬
ocratic ocratc party He le will 1 now bo appoint appointed appointed ¬
ed on some flme one of McKlnloys numer numerous numerI unmetoils ¬
I ous commissions commlgMloiifiThe commllions commllionsThe commissionsThe
The Post Po t gives glvel two columns of space spaceto
to one of King Edwards Edwardi subjects to todemonstrate todemonltrate todemonstrate
demonstrate the absolute necessity necely of ofEngland
England Inglanll and America Upcoming Icomlng th coming a 1 joint jointmonarchy joinmonarchy
I monarchy with 1lth an English gnslsh king Any Anything Anything
thing calculated cltculated to disparage the work workof wor worof
of the founders tounder of this thll republic rellblc an andistort and anddistort
distort Ilitort tho eternal verities verltes enunciated enunciatedIn
C In the Declaration Delaraton of Independence h hbound i iC
bound to receive rlelve a sonorous generols wolcomcand
t and an unqualified unquRUfed approval not in indeed Inded
deed ded by the Post 10t but by Home otheIasbington other otherWashington
Washington I newspapers newspapersExSecretary newlpapors newlpaporsI
ExSecretary I Vamlerllp VRnllerJp Is II floodliu floodliuthe noodin
the patent ptent Inside Inlile papers pAp r of Illinois Ilnois am amother an
other Western Wester States with wih his wooc wooccuts d
cuts cnt and autobiography Ho Je Is a great greatand
and a1ll a handsome hRnll ome man according acconlng to tb tbletter <
I letter leter prow 11E and Illustrations iustratons furnish furnisheel turnlehed
eel
Can It tie that the Reign Jehn of Prosper ProsperIty ProsperIy
Ity Iy it over oVr
THE GREAT SHOW SHOWBuffalo SHOWBuffalo SHOWBuffalo
Buffalo Attracting AtracUn tens of Thousands Thousandsof
I of Visitors VisitorsINTERESTING Visiors VisiorsINTERESTING VlsltorsINTERESTING
INTERESTING BUDGETTHIS BUDGET THIS WEEK WEEKThe WEEKThe WEEKThe
The Firemen Flre en the Elks the While W le Ribboners Ribbonersthe Rlbbonersthe Ribbonersthe
the Wheelmen and other Societies Societe and andOrganizations andOrganizatons andOrganizations
Organizatons Organizations which will wi Attend Atend on the Dajs DajsNamed DaJsNam8 DaysNamedNo
Nam8 NamedNo Named No Description Descripton Can do the Great GreatEiposlllon Gret GretExpositon GreatExposition
Eiposlllon Expositon Justice JusticeBy Justce JustceBy JusticeBy
By Rosalie Rosale Gouldlng GouldlngBuffalo GouldingDufalo OouldingBuffalo
Buffalo Dufalo July 22 1901 1901In 1901In 1901In
In my former letters leters I have endeavored endeav endeavored endcavorell ¬
ored to give detailed detaied accounts of cer certain certaln cartamn ¬
tain features and individual exhibitsat exhibits exhibitsat exhibis exhibisnt
at the PanAmerican PanAmerlan Exuosltlon which whichappealed whichappenled whichappealed
appealed to me and which I thought thoughtwould thoughtwould thoughtwould
would Interest ny readers In this thisletter thisleter thisletter
letter leter I shall shnl give some practical prctcal In Information Intormnton information ¬
formation tormnton and directions directons with wih a view viewto viewto viewto
to relieving releving those who contemplatevisiting contemplate contemplatevisiting contemplatevliltng
visiting vliltng the Exposition from muchdelay much muchdelay muchdelay
delay and possible useless expense expenseFirst exponseJlrst expenseFirst
First Jlrst let me say that the Exposi Exposition Expodtlon Expositioi ¬
tion is now entirely entrely finished fnished AU ex axhibits exhibits exhlbls ¬
hibits hlbls arc In place and tho Fair Is Iscomplete Iscomplete iscomplete
complete In detail and
every ery detai every ¬
thing runs smoothly
Its Is Irrldescent beauties beautes and compre comprehensive comprehenslve comprehensivo ¬
hensive exhibits exhibis are viewed enjoyed enjoyedand enjoyednnd enjoyedand
and praised by great throngs thronls of vis visitors visIors vieitors ¬
itors Iors daily dailyThoro daly dalyThoro dailyThere
Thoro are accommodations accommoratons In But Buffalo Duftnlo Buttabo ¬
falo and its Is suburbs for all Il who may mayvisit mayvisi mayvisit
visit visi the ExpositionThe Exposition ExpositionThe Expositon ExpositonThe
The rates at the hotels ooardlng
houses houss restaurants and private privatehouses prIvatehouses privatehouses
houses for lodging and meals are rea roasonnble reasonable re ¬
sonnbleTheso sonnble sonableThese sonnbleThese
These statements are made on the tneauthority tfe tfeauthoriy theauthority
authority authoriy of the Exposition Expoaton officials officialswith ofcals ofcalswith officialswith
with a view of counteracting counternctng as far aspossible as aspossible aspossible
possible false and misleading reports reportswhich reportswhich reportswhich
which have gained currency m n certainlocalities certain certainlocalities certainlocaltes
localitiesHundreds localities localitiesHundreds localtes localtesHundreds
Hundreds of thousands thou8nds of fair fairminded talrmlndell fairminded
minded appreciative nppreclatve peoplo have vis visited visIed visited ¬
ited Ied the Exposition and returned totheir to totholr totholr
tholr homes delighted delghted with wih the show showand shawand showand
and their accommodations accommodntons Their Theirwords Theirwords Theirwords
words of commeriuatlon commenaton commen anon will 1 go 10 far to toward toward toward ¬
ward correcting correctng the evilNo evil evilNo evi
No other exposition expositon has offered ofered so somany somany somany
many fine tne attractions atrnctons Never beforehas before beforehas betorehas
has human Interest been so graciously graciouslycatered gracously gracouslycatered graciouslycatered
catered to The illumination lumlnaton Is the thegrandest thegrnndest thegrandest
grandest and nd most inspiring specta spectacle spectacle spectacle ¬
cle ever produced by the genius of ofman ofman ofman
man Bathed In Incandescent Incndescent radi mdlante radiance rdl rdlance ¬
ance the Rainbow City Ciy possesses a abeauty 1 abeauty
beauty beuty exceeding that of fairyland aloveliness a aloveliness alovelness
loveliness lovelness beyond beyoUI expression expressionBy
By day the scene is one never to be beforgotten betorgoten beforgotten
forgotten torgoten Unequal is the most fa facile ta facite ¬
cite cte pen to an adequate ldequnte description descriptionof descripton descriptonot
of the magnificent magnllcent architecture archiecture andbeautiful and andbeautiful nndblautfll
beautiful blautfll coloring of the palaces palacesgrand palacesgranll palacesgrand
grand sculpture cooling coolng fountains fountainssmiling tountalnsam1ng fountainssmiling
smiling am1ng lakes wealth wenlh of flora tora waving wavingfoliage wavIngfolage wavingfoliage
foliage folage and grasscovered glades de delightful de1Ihtul deIiglitful ¬
lightful 1Ihtul vistas and anl rising high above aboveall abovoall uboveal
all al elseits else elseIs Its pinnacle piercing 1lercng the low lowlying lowlying lowlying
lying clouds cloudsn a tower of graceful pro proportions proportons proportions ¬
portions portons and amazing splendor upon uponend upomand UPOI
and about which the newest and andgrandest Dndglandest andgrandest
grandest ideas of genius are fittingly fittinglyexploited flngy flngyexploited fittinglyexploited
exploited exploitedPassing exploitedPaBslng exploitedPassing
Passing from the enchanted courtsinto courts courtsinto courtsInto
into the splendid palaces palacel one readsin reads readsIn readsIn
In tho comprehensive exhibits the thestory thestory thestory
story of development and progress progrOB in inthe Inthe inthe
the New World Worll during the th nineteenth nineteenthcentury nineteenthcentury nineteenthcentury
century vast Vlt discovery stupendous stupendousInvention stupendousInventon stupendousinvention
Invention Inventon marvelous advancement advancementwuch advanCment advanCmentwleh advancementwtch
wuch constitute consttute an example neverbefore never neverbefore neverbetore
before furnished in the revolution revoluton oftime of oftime attime
timeBuffalo time timeBuffalo timeBufalo
Buffalo Bufalo is amply prepared to accom accommodate accommolate accomtnodate ¬
modate molate all al who may come to the Exposition Ex Exposition Expositon ¬
position positon The rates rtes are reasonableThe reasonable reasonableThe reasonnbleThe
The reports that the hotels are arecharging nrecharging arecharging
charging 5 and 10 0 a day for single singlerooms singlerooms singlerooms
rooms Is utterly uterly false tale and oxtremdy oxtremdyabsurd extremyaburd oxtremdyabeurtl
absurd aburd Theso charges are for mag magnificent magnltcent magnificent ¬
nificent nltcent suites suies with extraordinary conveniences con conveniences conveniences ¬
veniences at one or two hotels There Thereare Thereare Thereare
are scores of good hotels wherethe where wheretho wherethe
the charges for rooms are 1 to 2 per perday perIlY perday
day IlY At the mammoth hotels near nearthe nearthe nearthe
the Exposition l xp081ton the charge chnl e for lodging lodgingbreakfast lodgingbrenkfast lodgingbreakfast
breakfast and evening dinner is II but
250 2 O and 2 a day Tho charges at atdown atdon atdown
down town hotels are as reasonable reasonableThere reasonableThere reasonableThere
There are upwards of 200 hotels In InBuffalo InBultaJo inBuffalo
Buffalo with wih accommodations aClmmodatons for 45
000 people p ople There are 650 boardingand boarding boardingand boardingnnd
and rooming houses accommodating accommodatng
18500 More lore than 10000 household householders ¬
ers have opened their homes and will willprovide w1 willprovide
provide accommodations accommodatons for more moreban moretban morethan
ban 100000 The rates rate Are re 50 centsto cents centsto centsto
to 2 per day dayIn dayIn dayIn
In a majority mnjorly of the boarding houses housesand housesand housesand
and at many private houses lodging lodgingand lodgng lodgngnnd lodgingand
and breakfast arc to be had for torTo 1 1To 1To
To sum up the situation Buffalo Bulalo andits and andts andIs
Is its ts environs are capable of accommo accommodating accommodating aceommodating ¬
dating nearly a quarter of a million millionvisitors mlmonvisitors millionvisitors
visitors In a comfortable manner andat and andai andnL
ai reasonable rates ratesIt ratesIt ratesIt
It Is Ii well wel when convenient for the thoIntending theIntending theintending
Intending visitor to make arrange arrangemonts arrangmonts
monts for accommodations accommodatons In advance arrngg advandeThe advanceho adva e eThe
The ho PanAmerican Official Ofcial Bureau ofInformation of ofnformatlon otIntormaton
Information Intormaton 213 Elllcott Elcot SquareBuftale SquareBuf SquareBuffalo SqunreDuttalo
tale will wi furnish turlsh nil n1 necessary Infor Infornation Informlton tutormation
nation mlton Including lists lsts of places where whereodglngs wherelodgings wherelodgings
lodgings may bo b engaged with prices pricesand pricesnnd pricesand
and a list lst of reliable rel1ble rooming agen ngenclos agences agendies
dies ces and fraternal frateral orders Information InformationMireaus Intormaton Intormatonbureaus informationbureaus
bureausThere bureaus bureausThere Mireaus MireausThere
There aro plenty of restaurants restaurantswhere restaurant restaurantswhere
where good sorvlo Is given at reason reasonable reasonable reasonable ¬
able prices There aro places on theMidway the theMidway thelhlway
lhlway Midway where a a gooa gooC lunch can be bomd behad behad
had for 20 cents and a satisfactory satisfactorydinner atsfactory atsfactorydlnnor satisfactorydinner
dinner for 36 cents centsAdmission contsAdmission centsAdmission
Admission to all al the exhibits build buildIngs buld buldIngs buildings
Ings ot tho Exposition Expositon is free In this thisgroup tblsgroup thisgroup
group aro Included the great Govern Government Government Governmont ¬
ment Machinery and TransportationManufacturers Transportation TransportationManufacturers Trnsportation TrnsportationManufncturers
Manufacturers aid cul Liberal ArtsElectricity Arts ArtsBlectrlclty ArtsBectrlclty
Electricity Bectrlclty Kino 1lne Arts Horticulture HorticultureMines Hortcult1re Hortcult1reMines HorticultureMines
Mines Graphic Arts Ordnance Agriculture Agri Agriculture Agrlcnlure ¬
culture cnlure and Heavy leavy Railway Exhib Exhibits ExhlbIs Exhibits ¬
its Is Buildings Buidings In whlcn the visitor visitormight visitormight visitormight
might spend with profit proft to himself hlmsel sevoral sev several sevoral ¬
oral days Tho groat Stadium in inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which free sports are hold dally dnly Is also alsofree alsotree alsofree
Nowhere before have so many mil mrrFtorioue miltorlous mrltorlou8
torlous attractions atrnctons been offered oferel for fortho fortho fortho
tho sum of CO 10 cents cent lor adults and 25 25conts 25cents 25cents
cents for children chidren as a at the PanAmer PanAmerican PanAmerIcan ¬
ican Exposition Expo lton These ThoM Include dally dallyconcerts daly dalyconcerts dailyconcerts
concerts by the best bonds on the theWestern theWeMtern
Western Hemisphere lemllphere organ recitals recKnlsby recitalsby recitalsby
by the loading leadlnf organists of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States and drills dr1M by United Unied States StatesMarines StatesMnrlnel
Marines Mnrlnel U S Heavy Artillery Artlery U US
I S Llfo Ile Saving Corps and U S Hos Hospital HosI liespltal ¬
I pltal Corps Thero aro grant gran displays displaysof
of fireworks treworks on special pelal days daysThe daysThe daysThe
The 22d annual meet of the League Leoguoof
of American Wheelmen which hich will willbo wi willbe
bo held 1 to > n Buffalo Bufulo during tho week bo boginning booginning beginning
ginning August Uthls attracting more morewidespread morewhlespreall
widespread attention atrmton thai has beengiven been beenglvon beengiven
given to any Iny previous Nevlols meet held with within wih wihIn ¬
in the last decade The enthusiasm enthu lasm oftiro of oftho otthe
the old momberfuf the thl League is mak making makIng makfag ¬
ing itself Isel felt In II nil I sections lctons of thecountry the tbocountry thoI
I country and nUl many mll new names are bo boIng boo booIng being
Ing added udllII to swil Iw < 1 the list lt of loyal loyalwheelmen loyalwheolmen loyalwheelmen
wheelmen who hnvo 1111 pulled Illod together togetherfor togethertor togetherfor
for so many years in the Interest of ofbettor atbetter ofbettor
bettor roads and tho rights and prlr prlrlloKOfl prl prllego privilegos
lloKOfl lego of wheelmen on the highways highwaysand highwaysnnd highwaysand
and rallwnysof ralwDysof the country Those
wheelmen are coming to Buffalo Bulalo by bythe bythe bythe
the thousands and me Lie people p ople of the thecity thociy thecity
city ciy as well wel as n the local wheelmen wheelmenare wheel wheelmenare men menare
are at work planning for their comfort comfortand comfortand comfortand
and accommodation accommodationCyclists accommodaton accommodatonCyclsts accommodationCyclists
Cyclists Cyclsts who do not find it I conven convenient convenlelt convenlent ¬
lent lelt or desirable to tour to Buffalo Buffaloshould Buttaloshould Dulalo Dulaloshould
should not fall tal to bring their tlelr wheels wheelswith wheelswih wheelswith
with wih them themFiremen themFlremon themFiremen
Firemen all ni over the country cotntry are arelooking arelookng arelooktng
looking forward to Firemens Week Weekbeginning Wfek Wfekbeginning Weekbeginning
beginning August 19th as the Pan PanAmerican Panmerlcan Panlmerican
American Exposition Expositon wuu tho bright brightest brightest brightest ¬
est anticipation aslclpaton of a right rood time timeThero tme tmeThere timeThere
There will wi bo more firemen fremen asiyjm asiyjmbled aSlm aSlmbled asgombled
bled at the Exposition during that thatweek thntweek thatweek
week than over were gathered in one onespot onespot onespot
spot before in tho history of this coon con contry coontry ¬
try In the great throng will wi be ex exempts exempts axempta ¬
empts volunteers volunteof and paid firemen fremen fremenfrom firemenfrom
from from all n1 parts of Canada and the
Ulted United States StatesTho StatesTho StatesThe
Tho fifth ffh annual convention conventon of the
National Nntonal Fremens Association Associaton a of the
0
United States will wi be held at Buffalo Butalo
from August 22 to 24 and the Mew
York State Firemens Jlremens Association Associaton will wl
hold Its annual convention conventon in the thesame thesaro theenure
same saro place on August i and 23 23A 23A
A firemens Ircmens tournament will wl be held
In the magnificent Stadk Stadium Stadkm im of the Ex Exposition Exposition Exposition ¬
position on the 22d and 23d and and an anextraordinary anextrordinary anextraordinary
extraordinary extrordinary programme of events
In which firemen are to participate llartclpate ex exclusively exclusively oxelusively ¬
clusively has been arranged by the Ex Exposition Expositon Exposition ¬
positon position committee commite of sports in con ¬
junction juncton with wih the Buffalo Dufalo Volunteer
Firemens Association AssociationThe Assocnton AssocntonThe AssociationThe
The Buffalo Dufalo committee commitee having the thematter themat thematter
matter mat r of reception recepton entertainment entertainmentetc
etc in charge ore In receipt of com communications communlcntlons communications ¬
munications from the secretaries of
hundreds of organizations orglnlzatlons from differ different dlaerent differout ¬
ent parts of the country stating statng that
their companies are coming from 60 to
300 strong
The visitors visiors will wi be In uniform unlom and andmany andmnny andninny
many of them will wi bring equipment
The he best drilled dried companies in the
United Unied States will wl be present and will willcompete wi willcompete
compete for prizes in tho Stadium
No bettor beter place for a liremen lremen s tourna tournament tournament tournameat ¬
ment could coull bo provided than thisgrnnd this thisgrand thisgrand
grand structure within wihin the Exposi ¬
tion ton grounds It has a 1 quartermile quartermilerunning quarterml
running track and an expansive field
largo enough to nccommo ate all al the theevents theevents theevents
events desirable leslrnble The seating satng capac ¬
ity Is 14000 14000There 1000There 1x000There
There are about 375000 firemen tremen In Innils Intnls intnis
nils country and a fair representa ¬
lion ton of this number at Buffalo Bufalo means meansa
a tremendous crowd A feature of the theweek theweelt theweek
week will w1 be a mammoth mammcth parade in inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which more than two hundred fire firemens fire firemens ¬
mens associations nssocln tons will w1 be In line
lne
Tho Buffalo Dufalo Veteran Volunteer Fire Firemens FJremens Firemens ¬
mens Association Assocaton has appointed cornmlttees com committees commlteos ¬
mittees mlteos to take complete charge of the thearrangements thenrrngements thearrangements
arrangements nrrngements both for to I the convention conventionand conventionand
and the visitors vlslor to the Exposition Expositon conventon conventonand A
fine fno entertainment entettnlnment programme has
been arranged The association associaton committee com committee commltee ¬
mittee mltee Is as follows tolows Fire Commis Commissioner Commlssloner Commisstoner ¬
stoner William WIlnm Persons Casper J
Drescher Louis Loul Doebert Fred W
Haas Jacob Shoemaker George smith mlth
Jacob L Mensen Andrew Drlskoll Drlsltel and andexSenator andexSenator andoxSenator
exSenator Matt Mat Endres EndresAn EndresAn EndresAn
An honorary honorar citizens ctlzens committee commitee has
been appointed as follows tolows His Honor
Mayor Conrad Diehl FIre Commission CcrnmUsloners Ccmllslon Ccmllsloners
ers John F Malone and VWllllam V S
Wilam
Grattan Gratnn Fire Chief Bernard Dernrd J Me
Connell Connel Assistant Chief Edward P
Murphy Battalion Dattal0n Chiefs Michael
Drummer George P Heppel John B
Armstrong Armstronr Jacob Petzlng and T J
Murphy Secretary jecretary of the Bon BOlld Bond id of
Fire Commissioners John Weiss Po ¬
lice lce Commissioners Charles A Hupp
and John H Cooper uuncllman l unclman Har Harry lar larry Iiarry ¬
ry C Steul Alderman John J Ken Kennedy KennedY Kennedy ¬
nedy James rnkun frrank n and Henry G Gochneldor Gichnehler 0aclineider
ochneldor ichnehler Hiram E Boyer James A
Taggert trustees of the State Fire Flremens FIre Firemens
mens Home E G S Miller lller Hon
John RR Hazel John A WeyandHon
Robert C Titus Harry Hamlin Hamln Wil ¬
liam Inm Simon Hon Henry W Brendel WI
Col John L Swartz Hon Jacob
Stern jtern Hon Charles G Pankow Ed Edward Edwnrd Edward ¬
ward Beck Hon Simon Selbert jelbert Phil ¬
ip Schaefer Ueorge Dlttley Dtley George C
Glnthor Gnther John Hennecker lennecker Julius Julus Blnz Dnz
Conrad Hammer Henry P Burgard
John A Miller M1er William W11am Kreiner Fred
W M 11 Heerwagen Frank Malschoss
Charles J Schnellbach Schnelbach Augustus F
Scheu T J Mahoney Adam Adam Boeckel BoeckelTho BoeckelThe BoeckelThe
The visiting firemen fremen are assured a aroyal aroyal aroyal
royal welcome welome and splendid splen ld entertain entertainment entertainment entertainment ¬
ment in the PanAmerican City At
tne Exposition Expositon they will w1 find fnd one of
the best fire fro departments in the coun ¬
try and exhibits exhibis of all al the latest things
in trelghtng firelighting machinery machineryThe machineryThe machineryThe
The Benevolent Protective Protectve Order of
Elks will w1 be very much In n evidence at
the PanAmerican Exposition Expositon on July
31st which has been designated as
Elks Day In making arrangements
for the occasion the various commit ¬
tees have met with success and mem memobers ¬
bers of o the Order say a conservative conservativeestimate conservatve conservatveestmate conservativeestimate
estimate estmate of tho number of Elks who whowill wto wtow1 whowill
will w1 come Is 20000 In accordance accordancewith accordancewih accordancewith
with wih the arrangements the Elks will willassemble willassemble 1
assemble in the Temple of Music at 3 3oclock 3oclock 3oclock
oclock In the afternoon nfernoon of July 31 31he 31The
The he address adlress of welcome will w1 be made
by the Hon Rowland B Mahany Di DirectorGeneral D DirectorGeneral ¬
rectorGeneral Buchanan of the Expo Exposition Expo Exposition ¬
sition siton who Is a prominent member of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Sioux City Ciy Lodge will w1 talk to the thefraternity thefrteriy thefraternity
fraternity frteriy Ho will w1 be followed tolowed by
Charles E Plckett PIcket who Is a 1 candidate candidatefor candidatefor candidatefor
for Grand Exalted Exaled Ruler of the Order OrderThe OrderThe OrderThe
The speaking will w1 close with wih an ad address address address ¬
dress by Jerome B fisher of James Jamestown Jamestown Jamestown ¬
town retired retred Grand Exalted Exaled Ruler RulerIn RulerIn RulerIn
In the afternoon afernoon at 5 oclock the grand grandofficers grandomcers grandofficers
officers and distinguished dlstnguisbed guests will willbe wi willbe
be taken In charge by the concession concessionaires concessionaires concessionaires ¬
aires who are nearly all al members of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Order Orler and shown through the theMidway theIldwny theMidway
Midway Ildwny There will w1 be special shows showsfor showstor showsfar
for the Elks In the Midway ldwny placesLater places placesLater placesLater
Later there will w1 bo fireworks Ireworks including includ including IncludIng ¬
ing special features for the Society
The most noteworthy will w1 be an Illum Illumination 1um 1umInaton Illumination ¬
ination Inaton in the form of various em emblems emblems emblems ¬
blems of tho organization organizaton The day daywill dnyw1 daywill
will w1 terminate In a grand banquet banquetWednesday bnnquetWednesday banquetWednesday
Wednesday July 31st has been beenchosen beenchosen beenchosen
chosen for n W C T U Congress Congree In InBuffalo InBufalo inBuffalo
Buffalo Bufalo The National Natonnl President and andVicepresident nndVlcePresldent andVicePresident
Vicepresident wi wtl 1 be there and other otherfirstclass otherfrstclass otherfirstclass
firstclass frstclass speakers There will w1 be pa papers papers papets ¬
pers and addresses alilresses during the fore forenoon torenoon forenoon ¬
noon and afternoon afernoon foiowed toowel by diecnaslons die discussions dlscnsslons ¬
cussions and a platform platorm meeting meetln in inthe Inthe intine
the evening Other National Nntonnl temper temperance temperanco temperance ¬
ance societies societes are to hold conferences conferencesor
or congresses the same snle week so that thatIt thatIt thatit
It will wi be a Rood ood time tme for white rib ribboners rib ribboners
boners 0 visit the Exposition ExpositionThe Expositon ExpositonThe ExpositionThe
The Chilean ChllRn Government Govermont has lately latelyappointed latelyappointed latelyappointed
appointed Navy Captains Don Luis LuisPomar LuisPomar LuisIomnr
Pomar Don Emlllo I mlo J Gnrin and First
Lieutenant Ieutenant Don Luis A Oyarzun to tovisit tovisit tovisit
visit the tl United States and Europe
tp study stuly the Improvements In naval navalmatters navalmnters navalmatters
matters mnters and In all n1 allied nled professions professionsThey professionsThey
They am nrl especially especialy ordered in their theircommissions tlelr tlelrcommlMslons theircommissions
commissions to remain in Buffalo Dufalo dur duroIng ¬
ing the course roure of the Exposition and andreport androport andreport
report on whatever they may find fnd find of
lntorostThe Interest InterestThe InterestThe
The annual meeting meetng of the Society Societyof Societyot
of American Florists and Ornamental OrnamentalIdortlculhtrists
Horticulturists Hortculurists will w1 beheid behell at Buffalo Buffalofrom Dufalo Dufalofrom Buffalotrain
from August 5th to August 10th Sov Sovoral Sovornl Sayoral
oral hundred hlHlrel1 members are expected expectedto
to bo In attendance ntendance Tho Society was wasorganized wasor wasorganized
organized or nnlzed In Cincinnati Clnclnnnt in 1886 Its Itsobject II Itsobject
object Is too advancement Ilvnncement of floricul floriculture forlcul forlculturo fiorlcultare ¬
tare Two years ago Its title tile was waslengthened waslengthened waslengthened
lengthened to Ornamental Horticul ilorticulturists Horticulturists 10rtcul 10rtculturlst8 ¬
turists so 10 that It has taken in park parksuperintendents pnrksuperlntendonts parksuperintendents
superintendents private gardeners gardenersand gardenersand gardenersand
and others Interested in horticulture hortculJre horticulturee
e
Tho Mexican building buiding at the Pan
Interesting souvenirs of the times tmes of oftho ofthe ofthe
the Aztecs Conspicuously Cosplcuously displayed dlsplae
here is an oil 01 painting paintng 01 King Monlezuma Jlonto Jlontozuma Olt
zuma surrounded bjr b his courtiers courtiersThe courters courtiersThe
The figures and the landscape lndscape are ae of ofespecial ofespecal ofespecial
especial especal interest to loose who have an
TWENTY TWENTYGobe TWENTYGobeInterest TWENTYGlobe TWENTYGlobeinterest Globe Globeinterest
interest in 11 the great reat republic republc to the thesouth thosouth thesouth
south of us Here arc displayed diplayed spec spec specthrone ¬
imens ot beautiful beautlfl1 laces woven oven from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the fibreof the cactus cacus cloth of exquis oxquls ¬
Ito Ie texture made from the cotton cottongrown cottongrown cottongrown
grown In Mexico and from the fibre fibreof lbro lbroat fibreof
of the cactus and other plants plats The
Mexican Ilexlan drawn work ork is also shown in ingreat Ingreat ingreat
great profusion There are superb superbspecimens superbspecimens
Ispecmens opals opalsI specimens of o Mexican onyx pearls super and andopals andopals andopals
I
STORY OF CROOKS SWORD SWORDAs
As Related to The Globe by General GeneralFloyd Geleral GeleralFloyd GeneralFloyd
Floyd King of Louisiana LouisianaDid LouIsianaDid
Did you ever hear the true story of
the capture of o Crooks sword and how
It was returned to him
many years af ¬
ter the close of the war said Gen
Floyd King of Louisiana to a Globe
tnnn man 1 I w1 will > l give It A Apened to you as it hap
pened In 1801 1 was attached atached 1 to hap the °
cnmmnml command nt ot n Gen > 1Villian until
LorIng in
W1lm D 411
West Virginia
Loring made a cam
palgn nnfpn nnalntt against the Federal TOI TOICox Gen Jacob clm
Cox of Ohio We gave him battle at
New River lver Princeton Giles batte Court
Gies
House Fayettc Fayete Gauly and Cannelton
MMi The lhe night tolowlng following the day f after the uw
fight fght nt Cannelton I was lying lyln down
resting restng I saw saw a man coming towards
me uia dressed UJCDDUU in u citizens citizens citzens clothes He said
he wanted to find n a rvtnfo Confederate i i le i iuia
Ind sol ¬
dler to whom he could surrender sl
Are you a soldier in citizens
clothes clothesNo clothesNo l lro citzens
No ro was the answer I
am a ao
member ot the Ohio Stte State Senate am and andaasword a
aasword have bon sont eralthat by that body to toCrook present
eral
I sword to Goneral Go Crook which whichshas shas has
been voted to him by the Logislature
At the battle ot Cannelton
batle Cannelon today can
tlnued
the Buckeye statesman i got
o
lost from my people am in a strange
country and want to surrender the
sword and return home 1 do not want
to be le taken as a prisoner and seat to
Libby Lllby prison at Richmond Rchmond
1 told him we did not want citi ¬
zens ZOD zen but soldiers soldJerNow soldiersline
Now said sid he If you will follow
line le 1 1 Will w1 will give irlvo you vnn the > > I sword o w1 i iI land and folow hope
you w1 will allow me to depart for Ohio Ohiohe
I drew followed to1owed fsomiunderhsome him to the woods where wher
he drew fiwm under some brush ra
long case He le took it to the campfire a
and opened it and took out ou one campfr of the
most beautiful beauttul swords my eyes ever
rested upon It I cost the State of Ohio
1000 000 I toll told Illm him that thatnervous that I would take
him him to General LorIngs headquarters tke
who was In comman command Ho was veri very
nervous and al afraid the General would
held him as prisoner and send him to toLibby
Libby Lbby Rchmond niciimnni I pledged pldgel pledgedrhim < 0 t tLibby board him a my short wortime wortimed word tme d as IS usaa aa at a
soldier on my way y to the Generals Generalsto
Generals
headquarters that 1 would do my best
to get him released Oia ha we did not
have food enough to feed soldier pris ¬ P
oners much less citizens He willing ¬
ctzens
ly delivered delvered the sword to the General wilng
who told me to turn him loose I <
mounted him on a captured horse
passed him through Ito Me Confederate
Hues nes and told him to follow folow the road
and he would soon catch up with wih Gen ¬
eral Coxs army He thanked me most i
profusely and rode ode away
A few days afterwards aferwaras 1 visited visied Lor
Ings headquarters at Charleston W
Vu where CrooK CrooJ made his last stand
I missed two of the Generals hand handsomest handsomest handsomest ¬
somest staff officers omcer Col Richard Poor
Rcbard
and Maj laj Henry Robinson obin son I asked
to see them but was Informed that
they had been sent by General Loring
to take tko the handsome band some sword swod four hun ¬
dred miles mies to tine rear to his handsome i
sweetheart the rich belle bele of West Tlr Yirglum Tlrglnia Ir Irglnla
glnia glum Her father owned the largest largestsugar largest largestsugar largestsugar
sugar interests iln Louisiana
Not a agreat agreat agreat
great while after nfer this Loring was or ¬
dered to southwest Virginia While Wble I Iwas Iwas Iwas
was In Richmond Rchmond I met two staff stae of ¬
fleets fcers who told mo that the lady had
fallen talen In love with another man In the tbeperson theperson theperson
person of a former distinguished distnguished Con Congressman Conglcssman Congressman ¬
gressman of the United States from fromtho fromthe fromthe
the South and then a member of the theConfederate theConfederte theConfederate
Confederate Confederte Congress and that she shepreferred shopreterred shepreferred
preferred a statesman to a soldier soldierSo sIdler sIdlerSo soldierSo
So she returned the Crook sword to toGeneral toGeneral toGeneral
General Loring LoringAfter LrIng LoringAfter
After Afer the close of the Civil Civi War WarLoring WnrLoring WarLoring
Loring entered the service of the Khe Khedlvo Khe Khedive II
dive of Egypt was a full tul general in inthat I
that army remaining in Egypt twelve twelveyears twelToyears twelveyears
years after afer which time tmo he returned returnedto
to the United States In the mean meantime mln moantime ¬
time tme I was elected electet to Congress from fromLouisiana fromLouisiana i I
Louisiana and while whie In Washington I Iwas Iwas j
was Introduced to a very brilliant brUlant lady ladywho ladywho I Iwho
who was the wife wie of General Crook Crookwho Crookwho Crookwho
who was at that time tme fighting fghtng Indians Indiansin Indiansin I
in tho far West She learned leared that I Iwas I Iwas iwas
was well wel acquainted ncqualntel with General GeneralLoring GeneralLoring GeneralLoring
Loring She asked mo If I I knew what whatbecame whatbecame hat
became of her husbands sword that thatwas thatwas thatwas f
was turned over to General Loring by
the Ohio State Senator the custodian custodianwho custodianwho custodianwho
who was charged to deliver delver it to Gen Genoral Oeneral Genoral
oral Crook I told her that General GeneralLoring GeneralLoring I ILoring
Loring had it In Egypt She never neversaw neversaw neversaw
saw me afterwards aferwards that she did not notmention notmention notmention
mention the sword I told her the theIncldnet theIncldnet theIncidnet
Incldnet of the volutary surrender of ofthe ofthe
the sword so that created a more morelively morelvely morelively
lively lvely interest on her part On her ac account account account ¬ i
count I took a 1 deep interest in the tbomatter thematter r
matter and after nfer Loring returned to totne totne tothe
tne United Unied States I went to New York Yorkto Yorkto Yorkto
to see him I told him all al the circum circumstances circumstances ¬
stances connected with it anu as a he hoknew heknew I
knew Crook was a 1 brave soldier and andas Dndas andas
as tho sword was a gift gi to him from fromthe I Itbe ithe
the great State of Ohio I hoped ue uewould newoull hewould
would woull consent to return It to Mrs MrsCrook MrsCrook rs II
Crook who was so much interested In InIt init 1
It as a military mltnry honor and mememto mememtofor mememtofor
for bravery braveryThe 11 t 1
The old veteran of Indian Mexican Mexicanand letcan letcannnd Mexicanand
and Civil Civi War said saidI
r I will w1 do it I though the heavens heavensfall heavensfall
I fall fal it Is but just to his State tate his hiswife hiswlte hiswife
wife and himself himsel as a a brave sol soldier eoldler eeldlor ¬
dier dlerI
I Loring lost an arm on the battle battlefield batte battlefield ¬
field fell In the Mexican lexlcnn War He le was wasbrave wasbrave wasbrave
brave and always generous towards towardstlioso towads towadsthose towardsthose
those who deserved it I I had the thopleasure thepleasure thepleasure
pleasure of being the medium of re returning re returning ¬ r rturing
turning turing the sword to Mrs CrooK so somany somany somany
many years after afer I had been the per person person person ¬
son to present It to General Loring LoringI
I have given Iven a true story of the cap capture cap caphire ¬
ture and all return of General Crooks Crooksvaluable CrookBvaluable Crooksvaluable
valuable sword which I have no nodoubt noIlollt nodoubt
sworl
doubt Ilollt hangs upon the walls wals of Mrs MrsCrooks 1Irs 1IrsCrookl MrsCrooks
Crooks Crookl home on which she looks lolts with withpride withpride ih ihpride
pride and dwells dwels with wih sweet memor memories memorlos ¬
los on 01 the past record recort of her brave bravedead brlVi brlVidenll bravodead
dead soldier husband husbandCnrollnn husbandCnrolnl husbandCarolina
Carolina Cnrolnl DrlRtiti Irlghtl are not made by n arruet arruetTiro fruit fruitThe rUt 1 1The
The Globe doesnt know who Miss StlssEvans MissEvans
Evans Is but tho wife wle of a Baltimore Baltimoresaloonkeeper Bnltmoro Bnltmorolaloonkecer Baltimoresaloonkeeper
saloonkeeper laloonkecer Is I after nter her and very veryjealous veryjealous ery eryjoalous
jealous as we Inter from several notes notesreceived notesrecclved notesreceived
received at this office ofce The Globe Gobe can cannot cannot cannot
not publish publsb cards crlls of this kind klndprlvnte klndprlvnteUltor kindprivatematters private privatematters
matters Ultor family famiy or otherwise otherwiseunless otherwiseunlessalrcl otherwiseunless otherwiseunlessaired unless unlessaired
aired in court do not and very prop properly properly properly ¬
erly come under the head boll of legitimate legitimateIf leglmnte I Inews snews
news newsI newsIf
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