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2 THE SUNDAY GLOBE WASHINGTON D C AUGUST 4 41901 1901
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A SHAMELESS LIE LIEIs LIEIsthe
Is Isthe the English Calumny Calumn Against the theBrave theBrave theBrave
Brave Boers BoersTHE BoersTHE BoersTHE
THE TRUTH AT LAST REVEALED REVEALEDEnglish REVEALEDEnglish REVEALEDEnglish
English Butchers Did Murder Boers In Cold ColdBlood ColdBlood ColdBlood
Blood Did Kill Their Prisoners and the thec thec theC
c Murderers say That They Did so Over Their TheirOwn TheirOwn TheirOwn
Own Signatures SignaturesThe The Boers as Braie as atThuf asThaI asThey
ThaI are Humane HumaneThe HumaneThe HumaneThe
The truly democratic English Jour Journal journal journap ¬
nal Reynolds London Newspaper In a athreecolumn athrelcolumn athree
threecolumn three coluntn wrlto writeup up completely dl dlproves 1111 1111Ilroves dbiproves
proves the charge that the Boers kill killed killed killed ¬
ed or rnlsus mllUNd d the wounded at Vlak Vlakfonteln Vlakfontelll Vlakfonteln
fonteln as charged by LieutenantMeta Lieutenant LieutenantHern LIeutenantHern
Hern Even this officer has weakenedand weakened weakenedand weakenedand
and now says he only saw one Boer Boerviolating DoerIolatlng Boerviolatlng
violating the rules of war Here are areexcerpts areexcerltl areexcerpts
excerpts from Reynolds to hand handWo llanl1Wo handWo
° Wo do not think that any personwith person personwith per80nwith
with a grain of sense will take notice noticeof noticeot notteeof
of charges such as have been brougnt broughtby brougntby brougntby
by an exposed Journalistic squealer squealerUke Bquenhlrlike squeulsrlike
like HaHisworths Dally Mall Iall question questioning questioning queetloning ¬
ing the humanity Immanlt of the Dutch Repub Repubblican Republican RepubHcan ¬
lican farmers That impudent sheet sheethas aheethas sheethas
has been too often corrected to merit msrltauthority meritauthority meritauthority
authority from any but those gaping gapingand gallingand gapingand
and credulous persons who imagine imsgmothat Imagmothat imaginethat
that the Lord made the universe for forthose torthose forthose
those Outlanders beyond the seas lealthe lealtheAngloSaxon seastheAngloSaxon the theAnploSaxon
AngloSaxon hordes who came and andpnssiased anl1In andpossessed
possessed In ssled themselves of Britain after aftertlit alerthf afterthe
the same fashion as they the are trying trln to torob torob torob
rob the t he Dutch of their Republics inSouth In InSouth InSou
South Sou t h Africa This campaign would wouldnot wouldDot wouldnot
not have existed for a day were it not notfor nottor notfor
for the lies that have been told in the thecapitalist thecapltallit thecapitalist
capitalist and Jingo press pres These false falsehoods tallehoods falsehoods ¬
hoods have been ennploded exploded one after afterthe aHerthe afterthe
the other only for a fresh lit to be In Invented Inented Invented ¬
vented at the earliest opportunity opportunityEngland opportunltEngland opportunityEngland
England is 1 now commonly called calledthroughout calledthroughout calledthroughout
throughout the world The Nation of ofLiars ofLla18 ofLiars
Liars owing to the fact that the Jingo Jingoand JingoBnd Jingoand
and Tory press is i owned by capitalist capitalistwho capltaUltwho capitalistswho
who are largely interested in stocks stocksshares atocklshares stocksshares
shares and financial advertisements advertisementsand
and whom wom it pays to deceive the pub public pubIIc publie ¬
lie
Next ext it will be in the recollection recollectionof
of all al our readers how a certain lieu lieutenant l1eutenant lieuutenant ¬
tenant writing to the Times described describedwith delcrlbedwith describedwith
with savage exultation the slaughter slaughterof
of surrendered Doerlwhlch Boers which he de described described described ¬
scribed as plg pigsticking plgIUcklngat stlekingat at Elands Elandelaagte Elandslaagte Elandllangte
laagte In this Journal we have published pub published pubIIshed ¬
lished numerous letters showing by bythe bythe bythe
the evidence of the soldiers themselves themselvesthat themlelvelthat themselvesthat
that on occasion they have given the thePeers the110erl thePoersno
Peers Poersno no quarter quarterDid quarterDid quarterDid
Did any word of condemnation condemnationcome condemnationcome condemnationcome
come from the Jingo and Tory Tor Jour Journals journals journaps ¬
nals Not one By their silence they theyapproved theyapproved theyapproved
approved of these deeds deedsMiss deedlMill deedshiss
Miss hiss Hobbouses revelations as a to tothe totbe tothe
the Massacre of the Innocents in the thecamps thecamps thecamps
camps where we have confined our ourchild ourchild ourchild
child and women prisoners were cre creating creatlng creating ¬
ating a profound sensation This Thismust Thllmust Thismust
must be counteracted said the financial finan financial finucial ¬
cial conspirators So their organs in intke Int inthe
the t e press were set to work ork throughout throughoutthe
the country and they Invented a fine finestory finestory fluestory
story about the killing of wounded woundedEnglish woundedEngllih woundedEnglish
English at Vlakfonteln where our sol soldiers 101dlers soldiets ¬
diets ran away leaving the hospital hOlpltalln hOlpltallnthe in inthe inthe
the hands of the Dutch as stated by a asoldier asoldier asoldier
soldier correspondent In the Tory and andJingo andJingo
Jingo Standard whose letter we copy copybelow copybplow copybelow I
below belowAmoDf belowAmong
Among mong th the authorities given ven for the thekilling theklll1ng thekilling
killing of the wounded in a Jingo pa paper paper paper ¬
per the Dally Chronicle was Lleuten Lieutenant Lleutenant Lleutenant ¬
ant Hern hem That officer has be beep n communicated com communicated communlcated ¬
municated with on the subject It was wasstated IWIIstated was wasstated
stated that Lieutenant Hern Hem while ly lying J Jlng U Ulug ¬
lug wounded SAW a number of British Britishin
in n the same position shot by a Boer Boerand Doerand Doorand
and that during this experience he cut suffered IUtfered cutfered ¬
fered the tortoures of the damned damnedIn
In a telegram to the Western Mail MailCardiff MallCardiff MailCardiff
Cardiff Lieutenant Hern states statesPlease statesPlease statesPlease
Please contradict statements made In InChronicle InCbronlcle inChronicle
Chronicle Entirely falseIIEarThus false fallileIIERoI fallileIIERoIThus HEHN HEHNThus
Thus the ofllcer has stamped this thisProGore thllProGore thisProGore
ProGore statement as a falsehood falsehoodwill falsehoodwell
will 11 the liars apologize Since this thistelegram thlltelegram thistelegram
telegram Lieutenant Hern has stated statedthat Itatedthat statedthat
that he saw one Boer act In the way waydescribed waydescribed waydescribed
described In the heat of battle at atclose atlose I I Iclose
close lose quarters this must be a constant constantoccurrence constantoccurrence I
occurrence occurrenceNow occurrenceow occurrenceNow
Now ow let us quote some letters re received reccived ¬
ceived Ivell within the last few days from fromKoMlers trom10l1Iers fromsoldiers
soldiers who were In the Vlawfonteln Vlawfontelnuffatr Vlawfontelnaffair Vlakfontelnaffair
affair And first the following letter letternd Istteran1 letterand
and nd enclosure which appeared in the theStandard thetanllard thetasdard
Standard of Saturday last the Stand Standard Stanl1a Standand ¬
and a rl being as we have Mid one of the thectief thecllief thechief
chief Tory and Jingo organs organsTo organlTo organTo
To the Editor of The Standard StandardSir StandardSir StandardSir
Sir On reading the terrible ac cccnnnts accounts actfJ1mtll ¬
counts of the Illtreatment of th thwounded the thewounded thewounded
wounded at Vlakfonteln I feel Impel Impelled impelled ¬
led to send you some extracts from a atter QJtter ahater
hater tter written by my m ion a Yeoman Yeomanwho Yeomanwho Yeomanv I
who v ho was wounded In that engagementTrusting engagement engagementTrusting engagementTrusting
Trusting this will show that all Boers Boersare Doella Boarare
are a ff > not brutal brutalI I am sir your obedl obedient obedlput obedlPJt
put servant
WITHOUT PmJCnlceJuly PBKJLUICB PBKJLUICBJuly PatJlIJCEJuly
July 11 11After 11Aftlr 11After
After describing how he was wound woundHi woundId
Hi l and ane his comrade killed he saysDirectly says saysDirectly IlaYIDlrectly
Directly C was dead the two twoDutchmen twoIJilrhmen twoDuuhmen
Dutchmen dismounted right on us and andI
I watched thorn as they took off his hisbandolier hllhancloller hi hibandoller
bandolier and rifle One of them thema themaYOU11 themaua a ayouim
youim ua g man manlifted lifted me up by the shoul shouldMs IhoulHncl houlders
dMs < and said sahlin in perfect English Hul Hullo I1ulIn flullo ¬
lo old chap whats up with you1 you I Iipli IIPUp1 Ipllt
ipli IPUp1 pllt l Shot through the thigh lIe Heok lIek lIek
> ok k off my bandolier and picked up upm upm
m 11 rifle which had fallen from my myI
1 Ind I nth n lIe asked if I had a revolver revolverI revolverIaid
I Iaid aid No and al1l111e he told me to take off offim oftmr
im 111 licit 1ltth8 tho one J gave me lIe Hetook lIefJk lieook
took ook this and all my money about 30s 30sHe 301II 30eII
He II then pulled lulled me Ii few yards to one oneilc oneid oneHsi
Hsi ilc id and put my m head under the shelter shelterof
of a piece of stone about 6 inches high highHIM highII
HIM n II < I l left Ir ft saying Keep still and you youwill yousold I Iwill
will be If all right The other man came cameup cameIII cameup
up III and took my watch off my wrist wristI
I asked ask him to give me some water he hereplied herfplld hereplled
replied Hold out your hat and be hequick bequick bequick
quick I did so a and he poured some somewater lomewater somewater
water Into It They then left me lying lyingthere Iyloltbere lyingthere
there I was right In the thetiter thentH theinter
titer > of the enemy enem and their com commandant commandant cornmandant ¬
mandant came and took up his pOll position pOlltion posttinn ¬
tion about 12 yards from me lIe was wasa wala wasa
a fine fin big m man n with a white plume plumeand plumean plumeand
an and a magnificent horse Another man manname mancume mancame
name and stood over me and fired firedfrom tiredfrom firedfrom
from that position I asked a ked him how howthings howthinKS howthings
things were going He didnt reply replyexcept replyxeept replyexcept
except to laugh In a self selteaUlfted selteaUlftedfUHhlon satisfied satisfiedfa satisfiedfashion
fashion fa Htil on the next night the tbacolumn tbeoillmn thecolumn
column left for Naawport leaving the thehospital thehospital thehospital
hospital behind The following morn moraine morni morninr ¬
inr ine i n u few Dutchmen oume down to see seeus leeUK seeus
us and 11 nd to say that some of our dead deadwore deadWPI deadwere
wore WPI still lying Iyln outside They were werevery werevery werevery
very decent in their behavior One of ofthem ofthem
them 1 offered an orderly orderl 5i for his bat batas batall hatas
as his own was worn out He said saidthey Uidthey saidthey
they bad lost 70 but he WM a liar liarThere liarThere liarThere
There was nothing to prevent them theminking themlaking themtaking
inking anything they tl1ft wanted anted as w wI we wehlldnt wehadnt
I hlldnt ad nt a weapon among us usif UIIt usIf
if there II a R man who has the Yeti reason fMflnn Yetison ¬
son of a 14 dog or the fairness of a glob globl gaolMM polUr
MM Ur l it t that letter itself ought to end any
further doubt as to the truth or other otherwise otherWIH otherwise ¬
wise of this affair affairReynold IlIldrIteynold affairReynolds
Reynolds proceeds Ilroceedito to quote numerous numerousletters numerousletterl numerousletters
letters from wounded soldiers and of offlcere otftcer ofhears
hears In that right at Vlakfontetn not notone notone notone
one of whom charges the Boers with withInhumanity withInbumlnlt withinhumanity
Inhumanity Inbumlnlt or violation of the rules of ofwar ofwar ofwar
war On the contrary they one and andall Rndall andall
all bear testimony to the heroism and andkindness andkhllinell andkindness
kindness of the Boers to both the Brit British DrltIsll British ¬
ish wounded and prisonersOne prisoners prisonersOne I
One soldier says saysThe laysThe saysThe
The Boers behaved like men never nevershooting nevershooting I IIhootln
shooting Ihootln when they the could take prison prisoners prisoners ¬ I Ierl
ers and they charged with great dash dashand dashRnd dashand
and bravery They are very Yel cool un under under 111 ¬ i
der fire and they the even asked me how howI howwas
I was going on and apologized because becausethey becausotIley becausethey
they had to take take our rifles and ammu ammunition ammunltlon ammunition ¬
nition nitionReynolds nltlonReynoldl nitionReynolds
Reynolds then gives the other side sideof sideot aideof
of the picture thus thusAnd tllUliAnd thusAnti
And now for another view 18W again againfrom againfrom againfrom
from soldiers at the front Private PrivateC
C Chadwlck 3d Grenadier Guards Guardswriting GuardswrlUng Guardswriting
writing from Madder Camp also said saidThe MidThe saidThe
The Doers cry for mercy when they theyknow theyknow theyknow
know they have no chance ot shooting shootingyou shooUngyou shootingyou
you down but we take no notice of the thecrying thecrying thecrying
crying and stick the bayonet through throughthem throughthem throughthem
them themPrivate Private G Washington 2d Cold Coldstreams ColdItreaml Coldstreams
streams said of o the four battles fought foughtby tOlghtb foughtby
by b Lord Methuen In the last two twoflghts twoflghtl twofights
fights we used the bayonet freely as aswe IIwe aswe
we advanced and the Boers oer appealed appealedfor all11881edtor appealedfor
for mercy In vain vainPrivate vainPrivate vainPrivate
Private W S Tarrant writing from fromBstcourt tramEatcollrt fromLletcourt
Bstcourt to his parents at Swindon Swlndonsaid Swindonnld Swindonsaid
said When the Boers are caught they theybeg the thebeg theybeg
beg for mercy but they hare not been beengetting hpeengetting n ngetting
getting much from lom us of late only onlyfrom onlytram onlyfrom
from the officers officersDriver omcenDriver otacersDriver
Driver F Clark of the fl OUh th Howit Ilowitzer Howitzer Howltzer ¬
zer Battery writing on March larcl112 12 1000 1000to 1000to 1900to
to his brother at Bristol said I know knowour knowour knowour
our troops wont have any mercy on onthem onthem onthem
them the Doers It is only the of officors of officers ¬ i iflcerl
ficers that stop the men from killing killingthem kIllingthem killingthem
them right out I have seen a few put putout putout putout
out of their misery miseryA
A letter has Just been received in inLiverpool InLiverpool inLiverpool
Liverpool dated Naaufpoort Nek June June3d June3d June3d
3d from Sergeant Fisher of the 09th 09thSusses 09thSullex 09thSussex
Sussex Company of Imperial Yeomarry Yeo Yeomanry Yeomanr ¬
marry manr and an exconstable in the Liv Liverpool LIverpool Liverpool ¬
erpool police force They came up be behind behind behind ¬
hind the smoke and we had a terrible terriblefight terriblefight terriblefight
fight We got mixed up with them themand themand themand
and could hardly tell them from out outown OUIon ourown
own men because they the were dressed dressedIn drelsedIn dressedin
In khaki My horse fell fellamong tellamong fellamong
among some rocks and of course I got gotbehind lotbehind gotbehind
behind some I had scarcely got there therewhen therewhen therewhen
when a Boer galloped up and shouted shoutedHands shoutedHand shoutedHands
Hands up I put my carbine on the therocks therock therocks
rocks rock I but I had my m revolver by mo moHe m mHe melie
He came up to me laughing and said saidNow aaldNow saidNow
Now you give me your our belt and am ammunition ammunition ammunition ¬
munition HE > came nearer and I shot shothim 8hothim shothim
him dead in the stomach with my re revolver reo reovolver revolver ¬
volver I took his Mauser which I am amgoing amlolng amgoing
going to bring homeCorporal home homeCorporal homeCorporal
Corporal Wynne ynne Jones A S C a areservist areservl8t areservist
reservist previously employed at the theStalnes theStaines theStaines
Staines Linoleum Factory Factor writing writingfrom writingtrom writingfrom
from Petersburg April 10th says las In Inthe Inthe intime
the Staines and Egham News We en entered entered entered ¬
tered Pletersburg on Easter Monday Mondaymorning Mondaymorning onda
morning without opposition but short shortly shortIy shortly ¬ I
ly after two officers of the Australians Australianswere Australianswere 4ultrallanswere
were killed and one man wounded by bya byR bya
a young oung Boer who was Immediately Immediatelyrushed ImmcdlatelyrUlhel1 immediatelyrushed
rushed on and he succumbed to the thetune thetune thetune
tune of half a dozen bullet wounds and andJust andJust andlust
Just a few prodsof prods of the bayonet to help helphim helphim helphim
him out of pain painReynolds painRenolds painReynolds
Reynolds concludes a lengthy de deductory deductory deductory
ductory review in which it shows that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Boers have practically won the thecontest thecontest timecontest
contest for their homes and Independ Independence Independence independence ¬
ence and concludes as follows followsSuch followsSuch followsSuch
Such then is the character of this thiswar thllwar thiswar
war Founded on deliberate lies It has hasbeen b bI hasbeen
been carried on by a most lamentable lamentableseries lamentablelie lamentableaeries
series lie riel of atrocities The homes of the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people have been burnt their wives wivesand wlvellaDd wivesand
and children imprisoned In murder murdercamps murl1ercampi murderramps
camps the heroic Boer peasants fight fighting tlghtIng fighting ¬
ing gloriously for their independence independencetransported Indepenllencetransported independencetransported
transported beyond the seas And all allfor aUfor allfor
for the greed of geld and the knavery knaveryof
of the moneymongers of the stock stockmarkets Itockml1rket stockmarkets
markets Meanwhile lean while all home reform reformIs retormII reformis
Is being neglected The pauper houses housesare housesare housesare
are full trade Is falling off education educationIs
Is being put back the land Is falling fallingInto faIlIngInto fallinginto
Into decay through a criminal monop monopoly monopoly monopoly ¬
oly taxes are increased a 1 permanent permanentburden permanentburden permanentburden
burden has been added to our usual usualexpenditure usualexpendltUle usualexpenditure
expenditure the Infamous war debt debthas debthas debthas
has been increased by 11 many millions millionsconscription mllllonlcon8crlptlon millionsconscription
conscription is at hand the hatred and andcontempt andcontempt andcontempt
contempt of the world for English Englishmethods Englishmethods Englishmethods
methods has grown Ireland is in a astate astate astate
state of ferment India is ravaged with withI
famine Such is Tory government governmentsuch IfovernmentIs governmentsuch
such is government by b the rich the thecapitalists thecapitalists thecapitalists
capitalists the landlords the priv prlyIleged privileged ¬
ileged classes classesAnd cRlses cRlsesAnd classesAnd
And to precisely this condition is the theunder therepublic therepublic
republic of the United States coming comingunder coningunder
under the rule of the trust and the plutoerat plu plutoerat plutocrat
toerat toerat fostered and encouraged by the theMcKlnloy theMcKlnly theMcKinley
McKinley Administration the ally and andsupport andlupport andsupport
support of the Tory government of ofEngland ofEngland ofEngland
England in its unholy war on the theDutch theDutch timeDutch
Dutch republics of South Africa AfricaDaniel AfricaDaniel AfricaDantel
Daniel 11 I Koop I oop Macon SI I Coleman ColemanI ColemanAPPROACHING fJlemanAPPROACHING
APPROACHING REVOLUTION REVOLUTIONPaultney REVOLUTIONPaultney REVOLUTIONPaultlley
Paultney Bigelow Says That We Weare Weare Weare
are on the Eve of it itPoultney ItPoultney ItPoultney
Poultney Blgelow the wellknown wellknownAmerican wellknownAmerican wellknownAmerican
American historian and traveler who whobaa whohRS whohas
baa just returned to London after hav having havIng havins ¬
ing delivered a course of lectures at atHarvard atHarvard atIarvard
Harvard and Yale universities de declares declarel dechars ¬
chars that the United States II head heading headIng heading ¬
ing towards revolution lIe said saidCommercialism saidCommerclalIlm saidCommercialism
Commercialism runs riot in the theUnited theCnlted theUnited
United States Stat The Yankees are coin coining coinIng coining ¬
ing their Ideas and energy Into money moneyand moneyand moneyand
and the trust builders are doing the therest therelt therest
rest These money kings must neces necessarily necelnrU necessarily ¬
sarily nrU exercise a blighting bltghUnglnfluence influence on onthe ontbe onthe
the morals of public servants They Theycreate Theycreate Theycreate
create all manner of temptations and andbreed andbreed andbreed
breed all manner of jobbery jobberyIn
In Washington I found a cynical cynicalcontempt cynicalcontempt cynicalcontempt
contempt for the Constitution Cor Corruption Corruption ¬
ruption stalks through the Govern Gorernm Government Governwent
went m nt Departments It disgraces the thehalls thehal18 thehalls
halls of Congress Congress itself is islittle IIlittle islittle
little more than a brokerage shop for forthe torthe forthe
the sale of authority to fleece the peo people peopie peepie ¬
pie The legislators Department oft officials olftclall oftclefs ¬
clefs and petty public servants of all allkinds allklndl allkinds
kinds neglect no opportunity of turn turning turnIng turnlag ¬
ing their official prerogatives to profit profitPresident profitPrelldent profitPresident
President Hadley of Yale I see de denies denl denies ¬
nies nl that he said a continuance of ofthe otthe ofthe
the present tendencies would land an anemperor anemperor anemperor
emperor in Washington Wa hlnKton within 25 25years 2 2years 25year
years I do not see why he should de desire delire desire ¬
sire to deny such a statement We Wewould Wewould Wewould
would better have an emn emperorIome emperorIomeone rorsome rorsomeone
one to take a firm stand against the therising therlaInl therising
rising tide of official omclallmmoralltyhan omclallmmoralltyhanhave immoralitythan immoralitythanhave immorality than thanhave
have rulers who have no interest in inthe Inthe inthe
the Government beyond the next elec election eIectlon election ¬
tion I would rather live under Em Emperor Emperor Emperor ¬
peror William of Germany than under underthe underthe underthe
the vicious tyranny of railway rana oil and andsteel andsteel andsteel I
steel kingAmerica kings kingsAmerica kin kinAmerica
America needs a thorough arousing arousingof
of the public conscience It needs to todeliver todeliver todeliver
deliver It from the slavery of capitalIsm capital capitalism capital11m ¬
ism such men and women u deliver delivered del1vered delivered ¬
ed It from the slavery 1val of human be toinn beInll belegs
inn innWhen InllWben legslklgbtsWren
When do you ou expect to try Carolina I
JlrlbtM lklgbtsWren
I BOLD BOLD CONIACKERS CONIACKERSMiles CONIAOKERS S SMlles 1 1I
I
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Miles Ogle OgI Who Recently Died after aftera
a Fifteen Stretch StretchAND StretchAND StretchAND
AND THE FAMOUS JIM GUYON GUYONWho GUYONWho GUYONWho
Who Has Never Been Captured Nolwilhsland NolwilhslandIng NotwlthstandIng Nolwilhslandlag
Ing Rewards and Vigilant Secret Sertlee SertleeSleuthsAn SimleeSleuthsAn SertleeSleuthsAn
SleuthsAn Interesting Chapter on Coun Counterfeiters Counterfelters Counterieiters ¬
terfeiters Their Exploits Escapes and andEiperlences andElperlences andExperiences
Experiences With Detectives and the Public PublicMiles PublloMllea PublicNiles
Miles Ogle the most noted counter counterfeiter countelteller counterfetter ¬
teller In the United States recently recentlydlod recentlydiad recentlydied
died at the expiration of a 15yoar sen eonntense sentence sentence ¬
tence given him In Memphis el11phls In Sep September September Soptember ¬
tember 1890 his good time earned earnedwhile earnedwillie earnedwhile
while In prison being over four years yearsThis yel1rsThll yearsTide
This man was the prince of conl conlackers coniacke18 conlaekers
ackers and did time In the Allegheny AlleghenyCity AlleghenyClly AlleghenyCity
City penitentiary Pennsylvania six sixyears sixyears sixyears
years In the Chiter ill prison and andIB andIii
IB years earl In the Columbus 0 penlten penltententlary panllententlary penitemitle
tentlary where the writer made ma maqueintance tle his ac acquaintance acqualntance ¬
quaintance and subsequently took tookdown tookdown lookdown
down his history for the prison publi publication publIcation publlcation ¬
cation known as Lights and Shadesstill Shades Shfidestill ShadesItllI
still till sold at that prison by the super superintendent superIntendent superintendent ¬
intendent of schools a semispeculat semispeculative ¬
ive schoolteacher named Danl Dan J Mar Morgan 101gan MarSan ¬
gan ganThe The Globe will only quote the follow following followIng following ¬
ing from Ogles talk as an illustration illustrationof
of how ho a man once fallen Is prevented preventedfrom preventedfrom preventedfrom
from ever er reforming If It Is to the interest In Interest Interelt ¬
terest of the police or rather detec detectives detecUves detectives ¬
tives tives to keep him up to a criminal ca career CRreel enreer ¬
reer Ogle says saysI
I begin with the year 1877 I was wastried wastried wastried
tried in Ilttsburg Pa for having havll1 in inmy Inmy inmy
my possession counterfeit plates and andcounterfeit anllconntertelt andcounterfeit
counterfeit money of various kinds kindsand kindsand kindsand
and being found guilty I was sen sentenced lentenced sentenced ¬
tenced to the penitentiary of Allegheny AlleghenyCity A11elhenyClly AlleghenyCity
City for a term of eight years ears I spent ipenta
a large sum lun of money In various ways waysfor waYItor waysfor
for a commutation of this sentence or orto 01to orto
to secure a II pardon In which I failed failedand failedRnd failedand
and had to serve out my term In con consequence canlequence consequence ¬
sequence of this first failure to secure securea
a little mercy I became consequently consequentlyfoolish con consequentlyfoolishwhich equently equentlyooHlllwhlch
foolish ooHlllwhlch which I thought was smart smartness Imartnelland smartnessand ¬
ness nelland and I left the prison determined determinedto
to get even I almost immediately immediatelywent Immediatelywent immediatelywent
went to work engraving plates and andamongst andamonglt andamongst
amongst the rest of my product I cut cuta cuta cuta
a plate for a 20 silver certificate and andshortly andIhortl andshortly
shortly Ihortl after a 10 plate on the Third ThirdNational ThirdNBtlonal ThirdNational
National Dank of Cincinnati Both of ofthese ofthele oftlteae
these productions were fair specimens specimensof
of the engravers art and more I neodnot neod neednot neodnot
not say sayFifteen 1If 1IfIHteen anyFifteen
Fifteen months of a 1 free run since sincemy sincemy sincemy
my release from the Allengheny peni penitentiary penltentlary penitentiary ¬
tentiary and I again found myself un under untIer under ¬
der arest at Memphis roan with 3
000 of counterfeit money on my per person lJerson Person
son My Iy trial and conviction follow followed followI followed ¬
ed and I was sentenced to six years ye81sImprllonment yearsimprisonment
Imprisonment in the penitentiary at atChester atChelter atCheater
Chester Ill 111At IllAt IIIAt
At the expiration of my term I Iconcluded Iconcluded Iconcluded
concluded to reform and never touch touchnor tOllchnor touchnor
nor handle another plate nor another anotherdollar anotherdollar anotherdollar
dollar of co interfelt money mone My ex experience eJiperlence exporience ¬
perience In crooked work was a dear dearone dearone
one and besides 1 found the detectives detectivesto
to be more Interested in keeping mo in inthe Intho inthe
the business than I was myself In Indeed InIleed Indeed ¬
deed after giving up to Detective D Bfurther Dfurther Dfurther
further mention of whom will be bemade bemade
made all the counterfeit money some someS
S 6000 in twenties and tens shortly shortlyafter shortlyatter shortlyafter
after my arrest at Memphis in 1885 1885the 18SIJthe 1886the
the detective made every effort in his hispower hisJower hispower
power Jower to Induce me to consent to a astatement astatement astatement
statement he wanted to give the press pressthat preeathat pressthat
that the amount I turned up was S100 100
000 or at least 76000 just to make makethe makethe makethe
the thing look big Miles you ou know knowwas knowwal knowwas
was the clinching argument of this thisspecimen thisIpeclmen thisspecimen
specimen of a United States of olflcer lcer He Hewanted Hewantell liewanted
wanted his reputation enlarged and andprobably andprobably
probably my sentence also alsoAfter alsoAtler alsoAfter
After my release relea e from Chester pris prison prlson prison ¬
on I did nothing that could put me In Inthe Intime
the clutches clutch ell of the law I therefore thereforehad theretorehall thereforehad
had no fear of the officers I traveled traveledaround traveledaround traveledaround
around the same as any other citizen citizenI
I was often in Cincinnati and St Louis Louisand Louisand Louisand
and alwayo alwa appeared pdred openly in timemoat the themost tbomOllt
most public places such as the theater theaternnd thol1terand theaterand
and the hotel and the gambling joints jointsof Jointsof jointsof
of both cities In fact I followed a asporting asporting asporting
sporting life gambling and racing like likethousands lIkothoUlll1ntlii liketheusanda
thousands of others who are on tho thoturf thoturt theturf
turf today and ant unmolested unmolestedIn
In the month of August ISJO or orabout orabout orabout
about 17 months after my release from fromChester fromChelter fromChester
Chester prison I was arrested in Cin Cincinnati Clnclnnatl Cincinnati ¬
cinnati and taken to the Government Governmentbuilding Governmentbulhiing Governmentbuilding
building my captor being this same sameDetective sameDetcctlve sameDetective
Detective 15 Here I was thoroughly thoroughlysearched thoroughlylearcbed thoroughlysearched
searched and 1600 of United States Statesgenuine Statesgenuine Statesgenuine
genuine long green found upon me mebut mebut mebut
but of course not a dollar of the thequeer thequeer thequeer
queer as I had long before b fore given up upthe upthe upthe
the business of engraver and counter counterfeiter counterteUer counterfalter ¬
falter I desire to make a note here herewhich herewhich herewhtclm
which will servo as an explanation to tothe tothe tothe
the reader further along and that Is Isan Isnn isan
an engraver or counterfeiter of the cur currency carrency currency ¬
rency State or national never under underany undorany underany
any circumstances shoves the queer queerhimself queerhimself queerhimself
himself lIe simply makes the money moneyto moneyto moneyto
to sell Shoving the queer as pass passing PillSIng passing ¬
ing counterfeit money Is called Is a adistinct adlltlnct adistinct
distinct business altogether from Its Itsmanufacture It itsmanufacture I Imanufacture
manufacture and no firstclass man mancombines mancombines mancombines
combines the two branches branchesOwing branchesOwing branchesOwing
Owing to the inability of the detec detectives tletectlvel detectives ¬
tives to make a case ca e against Ogle in inCincinnati InCIncinnati inCincinnati
Cincinnati he was taken to Memphis Memphiswhere Memphiswhere Memphiswhere
where the proper kind of witnesseswere witnesses witnesseswere wUneaseswere
were found and the unfortunate man manconvicted manconvlctOtI manconvicted
convicted and sentenced to the 15 years yearswhich yearswhich yearswhich
which resulted as stated in his death deathFrom deatbl deathFrom
From l rom Ogle to Jim Guyon is an easy easytransmission easytranlmlillon easytransmission
transmission and It is of the latter latterThe latterThe latterThe
The Globe would speak speakThe lpeakThe speakThe
The story of Jim Guyon is the story storyof Itoryof storyof
of a man who has so far successfully successfullyevaded luccellfullyevalled successfullyevaded
evaded the secret service men but who whoultimately whoultimately whoultimately
ultimately will be caught lIe Is I the theonly theonly theonly
only great counterfeiter who hasnt hasntbeen hRsntbean hasntbeen
been Here are one or two Incidents Incidentsin
in Guyons career showing his wart wariness warlnesl wartness ¬
ness and the way the secret service servicemen lervlcemen servicemen
men operate operateFor operateFa operateFar
For Fa I 20 years Guyon has been giving givingthe RivIngthe givingthe
the service much to think about and andhis anllbll andhula
his nefarious operations have cost the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country fully 100000 It wu wa In 1S79 1S79that lS70that 1879that
that Jim began bothering the Treasury TreasuryDepartment TreauryDellllrtment TreasuryDepartment
Department with his pesky plate platewhich platewhich platewhich
which produced a 10 note quite as asgood Itl1I00d asgood
good as the Government could make makeThe milkeThe snakeThe
The first notice notll e of him was taken in In1S7
1879 1S7 when a horse trader giving timename the thename tilename
name of Quinn appeared In Moberly MoberlyMo Mollerl MollerlMo MoberlyMo
Mo
CJninn was quite sporty and on arrival ar arrlvalln r rrival
rival rlvalln in Moberly cut quite a dash driv driving drlvInl drivtog ¬
tog a good team and dispensing liber liberally UberIllly liberally ¬
ally at the bars He also played poker pokerand pokerand pokerand
and in various ways managed mana led to put putout putout putout
out several II veral hundred dollars of a time tlieWebster tlteWeblter timeWebster
Webster heads By accident a bank at atMoborly atMoberly
Moborly oberly discovered the inevitable flaw flawI fiawIn flaw1n I
in the bill and the alarm was given givento givento givento
to Captain Hall now dead and then thenchief tbenchief thenchief
chief of the secret cret service at Chicago ChlcRlIoUan Chicagohall
hall went to Moberly and soon had hadQiilnii hadQuInn hadQuinn
QuInn alias Guyon dead to rights It ItWM ItWal Itwas
WM easy enough to convict Guyon of ofpassing ofPltiling ofpassing
passing counterfeit money but Hall Hallwanted HallWantll1 hallwanted
wanted to do more He wanted the theplate theplate theplate
plate plateHven
Hun if Guyon was put away In Inprison InIlrllOn Inprison
prison the plate could be kept in mini
1 ness by the conf confederates deratee and no real realgood realgood rea reagood l
good would be accomplished Hall as alI ailaumed
I I siimed the name of Howe and soon be became beCRl11e b bcame e ee
came confidential with Guyon Howe Howei flowposed e I
i posed as a sport who wanted some somequeer somequeer somequeer
queer money anti soon made a con confor conI contract
tract to pay 2000 In good currenc currencfor l1urrency l1urrencyfor y
for 0000 of CJuyons private stock stocki
I i e deal progressed favorably faorabl It Itdid ItI1ltlnot I Imild ts t
did I1ltlnot not take long to learn that Guyons Guyonspartner GuonsIlartnel Guyonpartner s
partner was old Nelse el e Driggs the ven venerable venerable yenerable ¬
erable counterfeiter who has since re recently reo reocently toGently ¬
cently died at Dayton Nor did it re require reo reoquire requite ¬
quire much time to discover that thatGuyon thatGuyon tha thaGuyon t
Guyon and Driggs had ha 1 a moneymak moneymaking moneymaltIng moneymaking ¬
ing shop on Turners Island in the theMississippi the11181111111pl th thMississippi s I
Mississippi Illver near the village a al of ofI t
I Dameron Negotiations for 0000 1 1queer in inqueer Inqueer n
queer stuff took place In St Louis LouisCounterfeiters LOUISCounterteItpls LordsCountorfetters
Counterfeiters are as slow and cau cautious cautlous cautioua ¬
tious as diplomats and the trade toolseveral took tookseveral
several days for adjustment This Thisgave Thisgave Titlegave
gave time for Hall to gather around aroundhim aroundhim aroundfilm
him the best secret service men of the thoDepartment th thDepartment e
Department DepartmentTo
To Inveigle Drlggs and Guyon into intotrap n ntrap ntrap
trap wns long wearisome work Once OnceDrlggs OnceDriggs OnceDrigga
Drlggs promised to bring the bogus bogusmoney IJogulI bogumoney s I
I money to an appointed rendezvousDrigge rendezvous rendezvousDilggs
I Dilggs came deposited a bundle and andwonted amidwanted
wonted to see Halls good money for forthe forthe
I the bad Hall Hashed his 2000 and andDrlggs andDrlglU an anDrigga d
Drlggs opened the bundle which con contained containeti ¬
tained only onl blank paper paperI pRperllulllect
I llulllect suspect a plant whined Drlggs Drlggswho Drlgglwllo Driggswho
who was finally convinced that Howealias Howe Howealias HoweRIIII
alias Hall meant business businessNext businessNext
Next day it was arranged for Drlggs Drlggsto Drlggto
to deliver his 6000 at Pearls saloon saloonThis saloonThis
I
This was a joint joint the toughest In al alSt all allI
St Louts The secret service
men menknew menknew t
I i knew It would be worth their lives livesi
l i to attempt the arrest of DrillS or orI o oI r
I I Guyon in that disreputable place and andthey andI an anthey d rd I
I they the planned accordingly accordinglyHall accordingly1Iall accordinglyhall
Hall had arranged to meet Driggs in ina InI 1 1a n
a 1 private room and receive the stuff ItUItfrelh stufffresh I
I fresh from Guyons island factory factoryI
I Drlgcs Drlg came in finally and reassured reassuredI reassure reassureby d
I I by the sight of Halls Ball square cur currency curI ¬
I rency proceeded to produce the thei thequeer I
i queer queerPut queerIut queer1nt
Put your gun and money on the theI thetable thetable I
I table said the suspicious Drlggi and andIll an anIll d
I Ill do the same sameThe umeThe sameTime
The revolvers of HaIl and Drlggs Drlggswere Drlg8were Drig Drigwere
were put Jut side by side with 2000 of ofgood ofgood 0 0good
good money and then to Halls Hal amaze amazement amazewent ¬ I Iment i +
ment went Drlggs began to undress undressThe undreillThe undressThe
The old rascal got down to his un undershirt undershlrt minderehirt ¬
dershirt and then the astonished Hall Hallbegan UaUbegan Hallbegan
began to see something He was cov covj covred coyerel
j ered red with counterfeit bills tied about abouthis abouhla t
j his body lIotI There they were hike pins plasi pialters pinstors
i ters and In about one second the thehandcuffs thaI thehandcuffs
handcuffs were on Drlggs and his own ownflannel ownfiannel ownflannel
I flannel shirt was being stuffed Into his hismouth hismouth hismouth
mouth for a gag gagHall gagHall gaghail
Hall gave a signal and the detec detectives detectlvel detectives ¬
tives who were waiting at the bar barstarted barstarted barstarted
started for the room roomKeep roomBeep
Keep I eep out said the bartender that thatroom thatroom thatroom I
room Is taken takenBillings takenDUUng takenBillings
Billings and t Donnella did not stop stopThe stopTile stoprime i
The barkeeper fired a 1 pistol at themThey th them themThey m mThey
They stopped long enough for Bllllngtt Bllllngttto DUlingto
to return that shot and the tough bar barkeeper barI barkeeper ¬
I keeper went down with a bullet In his hisneck hilineck hisneck
I neck neckIn I IIn I
I In a few minutes both Driggs and andthe Anllthe andtime
the liquor seller were In jail jailold jailoldDriggs jailoldDriggs old oldDrlggs
Driggs crying like a child cursing cursingHull cursing1Iall cursingHall
Hull and declaring Dn D n him I Isuspected Isuspecled Isuspected
suspected him from the start startDrlggs startDriggs startDriggs
Driggs the dispenser was caught caughtthe caughtthe caughtthe
I the important work was to get Guyon GuyonA
A tug carrying detectives was sent tothe to tothe tothe
the Island They The saw Jim smoking smokinghis smoking1tI8 smokinghits
his pipe on the deck of Ills houseboat houseboatJim houseboatJIm houseboatJim
Jim saw the tug suspected trouble troubleand troubleand troubleand
I and before the service men got to him himGuyon himGuyon himGuyon
Guyon slipped away and swam the theriver therIver theriver
river to the Illinois shore shoreThey shore1hoy boreThey
They did not get Guyon but they theyfound theyfoundleveral theyfound
found foundleveral several thousand OUla11l1 dollars in coun counterfeit counterfelt counterfeit ¬
terfeit tens Ibe line be plate were missing missingDrlggs mllllliniNor missingNor
Nor have they theybver fer bean found toundDriggs foundDrlggs
Drlggs served I rved seven years at Ches Chester Cheltel Chester ¬
ter and was an old broken man when whenhe wbenhe whenhe
he came out Repentant Not he forDrlgge for forDrlggs torDrlgglil
Drlggs like all other conlackersdreamed conlackers couiackersdreamed conlackersI
dreamed only of defrauding the Gov Government Govemment Government ¬
I I ernment Besides he had 40000 ofthe of ofthe ofthe
the Webster head money planted away awaywith awaywith
I with Gerty Driggs his young wife wifeShe wIfeShe wifeSite
She was n born criminal and though thougha
a young woman had a peculiar liking likingfor liltingtor likingfor
for the old rascal rn cal who became her le legal Iegnl legal ¬
gal husband husbandTho husbandTho husband7he
Tho secret service did not know of ofthe ofthe oftime
the 10000 which Drlggs had salted saltedaway saltedaway saltedaway
away but they wero expecting newbills new newSure newbUls
bills from the undiscovered plates plntesSure platesSure
Sure enough now and then a Webster Websterhead Websterheail Websterhead
head 10 would show up lp and the serv soreice service servIce ¬
ice knew that Guyon Guyonnnd and his pals wcro wcroagain weroagnln tveroagnhi
again doing business Finally Drlggs Drlggscnmo Driggscamo Driggecame
came out of prison and opened a road roadhouse roadI10uso roadhouse
house near tho Soldiers Home at Day Dayton Dayton Dayton ¬
ton
Apparently he was through with withconlncklng witheonlaclllnK withconiaclring
conlncklng but the detectives watched watchedhim watched111m watchedhelm
him closely The frequent appearance appearanceof
of Webster heads made the watching watchingmore watchingmore watchingmore
more careful carefulA
A son on of Chief Hall and a detective detectivenamed detectivetlamed detectivenamed
named Donella made headquarters atDrlggs at atDrlggs atDrIggs
Drlggs roadhouse the one passing as asa RIiIIt asa
a gambler and the other as a book bookagent booltagent bookagent
agent agentHall agentHall agentifall
Hall and Donella laid In a supply ofinformation of ofinformation ofIntolmatlon
information day by day and reported reportedminutely reportedminutely reportedminutely
minutely to Chief Bell Jell at Washington WashingtonBell WashingtonDell WashingtonBell
Bell conceived a scheme for entrap entrapping entrapping entrapping ¬
ping the firm of Drlggs Guyon GuyonDrlggs GuonDrlggl GuyonDrlgge
Drlggs He wont to Hartford Conn Connand ConnRnil Connand
and opened an office under the name of ofAndrew otAJ1Ilrew ofAndrew
Andrew McWilliams which by the thoway thewa theway
way wa is the name of the veteran chief chiefclerk cl1letclerk chiefclerk
clerk of the Department at Washing Washington Washington Washington ¬
ton Bell as McWllllams put out asign a asign ailgn
sign styling himself a lawyer and loan loanHgent loanagent loanagent
agent Gradually ho met tho Drlggsfirm Drlggs Drlggsfirm Driggsfirm
firm and declared himself anxious to tobuy toImy tobuy
buy and handle some of the Webster Websterheads Websterheads Websterheads
heads headsHe headsHe headslie
He spent much h time In ingratiating ingratiatinghimself IngratiatingI1lmself Ingratiatinghimself
himself and old Drlggs always sus suspicious susplctous suepicious ¬
picious oven made a secret visit to toHartford toHartfor1 toHartford
Hartford to make sure that McWll McWllllams McWilllama leWlIllama ¬
llama was really In business bu lnels there thereDrlggs thereDrlglfl thereDrigge
Drlggs was convinced that at last lastthey lastthey lastthey
they had foimd a 1 safe Yankee cus customer customer cuetoner ¬
tomer and negotiations were easyMcWilllams easy easyMcWllllams easyMcWllllaml
McWllllams bought a bundle of thestuff the thestuff theItUIT
stuff came back apparently delighted delightedand delightedanll delightedand
and wanted 26000 more This meant meantthat meantthat meantthat
that Guyon would have to put his hisprinting hiliprinting hisprinting
printing office in commission again againand againanll againand
and that was what McWllllams want wanted wanted wanted ¬
ed He planned to catch Jim printing printingthe printingthe printingtime
the money and get both Jim and theplate the theplates
plates platesAfter 11111 plateAfter tel telAfter
After much bargaining it was agreed agreedto
to sell McWllllams the 25000 forwhich for forwhich forwhich
which 0000 was to be paid Guyon Guyonwan Guyonwall Guyonwas
wan a born Jorn murderer in addition toids to tohis tohll
his other qualifications as a crook He Hewas HewaR Hewas
was not satisfied to get a good price pricefor pricetor pricefor
for his counterfeit money but once tie tielearned helearned Itolearned
learned that McWllllams had long longBreen 1JllgIIreen g ggreen
green to give for short green r n Guyon Guyonplanned GuyonIllanlled Guyonplanted
planned to poison McWllllams and take takehis takehis takehis
his good money The scheme was to toput toput toput
put morphine In McWllllams glass glassduring gin gladuring ginduring
during one of the drinking bouts bout at atthe atthe atthe
the Drlggs tavern Only an accident accidentprevented accltlentI accidentprevented
prevented this murder A sporty dam damsel dRillRei dameel ¬
eel Insisted In clinking glasses with withMcWllllams withMcWllllaml withMcWilliams
McWllllams and 1111 n she he was tipsy tipsyknocked tlPlYknocked tipsyknocked
knocked his glass from his hand and andspilled amisplllerl antispilled
spilled the poisonous mixture mixtureFinally mixtureInally mixtureFinally
Finally Inally the day for delivery of thegoods the thegoods theMoods
goods came around arollll < l The beat secret secretservice secretservice secretservice
service men In theauntry the country were posted postedin POitedIn poutedin
in and about the iJriggs saloon Guyon Guyonalways Guyonalways Guyonalways
always crafty would not figure in the thetransaction thetransaction thetransaction
transaction Gerty Drlggg was depu deputized deputlzed deputized ¬
tized to close the iioal lea Gerty brought broughtthe broughtthe broughtthe
the stuff Into the room It was all In
a tin can McWllllams alias Chief ChiclBell ChiefUell Chichell
Bell put up his 0000 Gerty showed showedthe showedthe showedtime
the 260 26000 O of queer and while she shestill sheI
still held It the handcuffs were on her herwrists herwrlltl herwrists
wrists wristsShe wrlltlShe wristsShe
She screamed and Drlggs rushed In Infront Intront
front of his foe Again ho felt the themanacles themanacles themanaclee
manacles ot the law and as 1 at St StLouis 5tLouis St StLouis
Louis lie groaned and cried out outTrapped outTrappodcaught
Trapped Trappodcaught caught Oh damn you Mc ¬
Wllllams WllllamsOutside WllllamsOutlllide WilliamsOutside
Outside the operatives had heard heardthe heardthe heardtime
the signal of Bolls revolver That Thatmeant Thatmeant
meant to capture Guyon The foxy
Jim was sitting in the barn smoking
his Inevitable pipe Ho heard tho shot shotwhich shotwhich shotwhich
which was certainly folly on Bells Bellslas BellNpart
I part andJlm and Jim took to the fields Bal DIII
las I tl chased him and Jim Jim had heatd heatdbullets heatdbulletllIJefore heatdbullets
bullets bulletllIJefore before He got a few rod rode away nwayand awayand awayand
and turned turnedKeeping turnedIeeping
I Keeping his ripe In his mouth hetook he hetook betcolt
took n careful aim at Donella nnd cutaway cut cutawny cut1
away a 1 lobe of that detectives oar oarGuyon OlrGuyon
I Guyon proved himself a game fighter fighterThere fighterThere fighterThere
There was n 1 running fire on both bothsides bothsides
sides anti Jim backed and fired until untilall untilI mint mintall
all at once ho disappeared In n 1 field of ofonts
1 oats Long careful search was made madei
i I for Jim Guyon Ho has never been beeni beenfound
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low him up for no secret servlca man manI manhas manbee
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Barrows Alortnr Barrows Imperial Iron Beams Road RoatlPlows RoadPlows Roadflows
Plows and Dirt Scrapers for heavy heav grading and excavating excavatingpurposes OXcnatill OXcnatillpurposos excnvntingparposos
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tractors in this line before buying elsewhere to get our ourprices ourpricos ourprices
prices Wo Vo also carry in stock Lawn Mowers Lawn LawnHollers LawnHollors LatvnRollers
Hollers Garden Hose and Tools Plows repaired and andcastings nndclIstings andcastlligs
castings furnished for all Plows PlowsP PlowsP PlowsP
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lowing advantage of the Beach as an anexcursion anexcursion anexcursion
excursion excursion and cottage resort Easy Easydistance Easydistance Easydistance
distance from the City CitY45 45 miles milesFine milesFine milesFine
Fine salt water bathing healthy loca location location location ¬
tion excellent shade for excursionists excursionistsGood excursionistsGood excursionistsGood
Good fishing and crabbing High Highelevation Highelevation Highelevation
elevation of building sites Cheap Cheaprates Cheaprates Cheaprates
rates of fare Low prices of Lots Lotsand Lotsand Lotsand
and Lumber LumberSOMERSET LumberSOMERSET LumberSOMERSET
SOMERSET BEACH BEACHis
is opposite Maryland Point on thewidest the thewidest thewidest
widest stretch of the grand PotomacThe Potomac PotomacThe PotomacThe
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CHESTER HOWE Secretary
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