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The Imperial Republic of f the Plu Flutocratic t ttocratlc
tocratlc Trusts TrustsMILITARY TrustsFIIILITARY
I Imprison prlson Torture Abuse and Curse the theS theSCitizen th thCilizan S SClllitn
Clllitn and Assert Their Superlorltl Superior Oeithe Over Overthe Oy Oythe
the Civilian CIlan CIIlhnThe The Globes Reflations Rmlatons In the thePhilippines thePhippIne th thPhUipptnes
Philippines PhippIne CorroboratedThe CoroboratedThe Masses Mass OnljHope Onlj OnljHope Onl OnlHope
from Slaver Slavers SlaversA v vA
Hope of Salvation Salyton vK K
A few fe weeks ago The Globe Gobe had an anexclusive anecustyo
exclusive announcement that thlt the civilfan civil civilian cvi ¬
ian clerks in the Philippines PhUpplns in the theservlco theervico e eervlce
servlco of the Government wore offldal ofral olflally I Ily
ordered by circulars Isuod > 1 at theheadquarters the V Vjv >
ly jv ytu orderel ivvi wj v w wheadquarters Ilued
headquarters in Manila lanln to salute silite mili military mi intltary ¬
tary officers in sign of the subjection subjectionof subjecton
of the civil civi to the military mitary power powerThere powerThere ower
There were some who Yho doubted the gen genulness genulness ganulness
ulness of the letter from the PbIlippines Philip Philippines PhUp ¬
pines describing the event and there therewere therewore
were others who made light lght of it I as asbeing asbeing
being of no special importance These Thesethem Thoselatter
latter were of course pnpsucleers un under under
Inter der the ImperlaHlepublc ImperiaI JtepubltC and with withthem
I Icloser d dAnll
them everything goes g gdosAnd es
And herein lies the danger now nowcloser I Ic0ser
closer than the les ordinary citizen citzen citizenimagines s simagines simagines
c0ser imagines of the subversion of the re republic reo reoI republic ¬
I rather the addition to t its itspolitical Itspolitical
public or lddllon
political publc title of the word Imperial Imperialafter
poltcal tte Romanone Roman Romanone Romani
after the manner of the ancient
afer Julius Crosnr and after afterwards afterards aftorwards ¬ I
one under tlder Julus Crsnr
i wards onl ards under that of his equally equnly re reo renowned
nowned son Octavlu3 who overthrewthe overthrew c ctle
BV1 v vthe
ilUWUUU and the timeserver timeserverand timeserverand I Iand
the noble Brutus aUI tmeserver
tle and libertine Marc Antony thus male maleworld maleIng maleIng
Ing himself lbertne hlmse sole 10d Iovd of the Romanworld Roman
world WlhuI wiiiiam Villtan Mclnley McKinley uurwnii < v uuu uuuneed does not notneed
need to assume the title tte of Emperor EmperorHe 3 3He
nil the prerogatives and andpower r rpower
He enjoys nl IJrerogntves
power of one and his soldiers 301lers in the thePhilippines thePhilippines
pwer Philippines are nowise backward in inn inproclaiming
proclaiming phippines proclaiming that mui muirlorlty fact < anl n a11 rl flio the superiority anna annaproclaiming supe superlorUy
civil civilpower c cpower cpowe
rlorlty of the military mitry over the civi f fThe
power powe poweThe powerThe
t tweek tweek
The following received the pastweek past
week at folowing the War Department and pub published Ilished
lished only In the antiAdministration antAdmlnlstrtoI antIAdministTatiOrnewspapers a anewspapers
lshed newspapers establishes eetablshes not Olil only the thetruth r rtruth rtruth
truth of The Globes Gobes exclusive exclu lve an announcement Inouncement
nouncement noun cement referred to but for the thefrst thefIrst y yfirst
general way admonIshes admon s sIshes sIhes
first time in a
Ishes frst tme the pibllc of that which Is com coinand t ting
Ihes ing and Insofar pblc as the Philippines Phippines are areconcerned 1 1concerned
concerned has already arivedhere arlved tHere
Here is the despatch despatchCivian despatchCivilian i iCivilian
lere Civilian employes of the United Unied UnitedStates t tStates tStntes
States Civian in the Philippines phUpplnes are not al alI nllowed 1 j jI
lowell to organize trade unlols uniolas go out outupon
enjoy trale other privileges privilegesof I Iof
strikes or privieges
upon I W t uv > v vof
I of which American workmen In this thiscountry thiscountry
country nvall themselves Twenty Twentyteamsters Twentyteamsters
teamsters nVli employed by the Quarter Quartermasters Quartermasters
masters Department Deplrtment in Santa Cruz C iuz iuzLaguna uz i iwere
Laguna have learned this to their sore sorrow
row according to mal mail ndvices which whichI whichr
War Department Departmentrecently Departmentrecenty Departmentrecently
I were ere received received at the
recently recentlyThe recentlyThe
recenty recentyThe The report states that tlat they are in injail
jail being fell only on bread and 1 water waterand waterand 4 4and
jai and obliged to sleep on a bride brlc floor toor floorPart i iPart
Part oblged of the time they are denied blan llankets t tkets
kets to He le upon tme nil nl because they quit quittheir i itheir Itheir
their Jobs and refuse to work workOn workOn j jOn
On Juno 18th seven of these men menwere menwere
were ordered to break reak stone They The de declined dodined ¬
dined orlered to obey on the ground that they theyhad theybad
I clned had not been hired hlcd for this thi hind Itnd of oflabor oflabor
labor They requested their time tme and andsaid andsaid
said they would work no longer forthe for forthe
the Department DepartmentBecause DepartmentBecause
Because De cause of their refusal refusl two of ofthem ofthem
them it Is alleged aleged were bound hand handand bandand
and foot and literally leraly thrown Into the thoguardhouse theguardhouse
guardhouse After being forced to re remain 1 1main
main gardhouse immovable for three hours their theirbonds theirI theirbonds
bonds were finally fnaly removed Their Theircomrades Theircomrades 1 1comrades
I comrades indignant at the treatment treatmentaccorded treatmentaccorded
accorded accord their fellowworkmen worlemen refusedto refused i ito
to obey el the order felow to break stone for forthe forthe forthe
the same reasons and were given their theirtime theirtime
time When they went to the office ofce ofCaptain of ofCaptain
tme Captain Stafford Staford for their pay they theywere theywere
were not only cursed out of the of office offlee ¬
flee to use the language contained Inthe in i ithe
fce the statement but placed under ar arrest nrrest ¬
rest A trial by a general court was wasdenied wasdenied wasdenied
denied them and also the ndvlca mlvici ofcounsel of ofcounsel ofcounseL
counsel counselOn counseLOn counselOn
On the contrary they were lectured lecturedby lecturedby lecturedby
by Captain Terrett of tho Eighth In Infantry Infantry Infantry ¬
fantry The men declare that they theywere theywere theywere
were told that clTlllans chlans were an infe inferior intenor ¬
rior nor class of men and that those in inthe Inthe intho
the Philippines were particularly partcularlY info Inferior Infcrlor infonor ¬
nor PhUpplnes that now they were under the thoorders theorders theorders
orders of regulars of the United States StatesArmy StatesArm StatesArmy
Army Arm nnd would find fnd that the latter latterdid later laterdid latterdid
did business differently from the vol volunteers volunteers volunteers ¬
unteers It Is likely that the case will willbe wi willbe
be brought to the attention attenton of the Sec Secretary Secretary Secretary ¬
retary of War WarThe WarThe WarThe
The country will wl soon realize reilze the themeaning themeaning themeaning
meaning of the increase in our stand standing standIng standlug ¬
ing army and the substitution substtuton of the thoregular tberegular theregular
regular for the volunteer or citizen citizensoldier ctzen ctzensoldier citizensoldier
soldier soldierOf soldierOf soldierOf
Of course under a Democratic Democrtc Ad Administration Admlnltraton Administrhtion ¬
ministration this ruffian rufan and all shoulder shoulderstrapped shoulier shoulierstrapped shoulderstrapped
strapped blackguard Stafford would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be dismissed the service but we miss missour missour missour
our guess if the newspapers do not be becalled beI becalled
called upon in the immediate future futureto flltureto futureto
I to caled record his promotion promoton to a higher higherrank Illgherranl higherrank
rank rankInsensibly ranlInsensibly rankInsensibly
Insensibly the tide tde of Imperlnlsm Imperlllsm Is Isgathering Isgathering isgathering
gathering vol volnm mn and reinforced as asit asI asIt i
it now Is by an organized military militarymachine miitary miitarymachine militarymachine
machine I the time is irlmost Irmost ripe forthe for forthe forthe
the last cast tme of the dice It I Is 1 this thiscrisis thiscrMs thiscrisis I
crisis which Poultney Poulney BIgelow Dgelow sees seeswhose seeswhose seeswhose
whose views are published publshed elsewhere elsewhereIn
In this Issue and which thoughtful thoughtfulmen thOtghtul thOtghtulmen thoughtfulmen
with withtrepidation withtrepidaton withtrepidation
men all over the country
trepidation n1 at the outcome The issueis Issue Issueis IssueIs
trepidaton is being pressed and forced forcel upon the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people by the commercialism commercialsm of the thetrusts thetrusts thetrusts
trusts monopolists monOIJolsts and gigantic gigantc mon moneyed maneyed moneyed ¬
eyed corporations nil n1 of whom hom want wantthe wantthe wantthe
the security serllty corportons which nn Imperialistic Imperialisticform Imperialstc Imperialstcform imperialisticform
form of government glws gh s the lie privi privileged pllvlleged priviheged ¬
leged class governpent against the rights 1ghts nnd nIl in interference Interferenre interference ¬
terference of the masses mases with wih the ad administration allmlnlstrnton nilministration ¬
ministration mlnlstrnton of governmentThe government governmentThe government
The masses n1assel can do nothing to pre prevent preent prevent ¬
vent ent the accomplishment accomplshment of the tle 1m 1mimperialistic 1mimperialstc imImperialistIc
imperialistic imperialstc scheme The masses massessince 118ses 118sessince massessince
since the world wor11 commenced have never neverbeen neverbeen
1 been able to do do anything of themselves themselvesunless t1em8elve t1em8elveunless themselvesunless I
unless led and directed ilrected by the honestIntellect honest honestintellect honestintelect l
intellect intelect of the men of means social socialstanding 10cial 10cialstandln socialstanding
standing and superior education ellucnton It Itwas I Itvns
was BO In Prance In our own rerolu rerolutlon reoluton reroluthan
than ton and In all al the revolutions nnd re revolts reols involts ¬
volts ols of history If we eIcept Sparta Spartacus Sprtn Sprtncus Spartaens
cus the Roman slave la and 1111 the end ent ofhis of ofhis athis
his abortive abrtve effort frort was wal speedy and san sanguinary 5angulnary sunguinary ¬
guinary guinaryNow gulnaryNow guinaryNow
Now It Is II the masses who will w1 rfll suffer suf suffer suffer ¬
fer the greatest loss by y tho tle coming comingchange comingI comingchange
I change It is they who will wi to do dograded degralell dograded
graded gralell and made male hewers of wood anddrawers and nnddrawers anddrawers t
drawers of water for their masters mastersPrudence ma5tersPrudence mastersPrudence
Prudence selfinterest seIlnterest and interest Interelt in intheir Intheir intheir I
their posterity leaving out patriotism patriotismnnd patriotsm patriotsmand patriotismand I
and love of liberty lberty which are suppos supposed SPPOSed supposed ¬
ed to be Inherent in the masses malses of the thopeople thepeople thepeople
people everywhere imperatively Impertvel calls callsupon cl1s cl1supon callsupon I
upon the American masses ml80S to ally allythemselves a1y a1ythemselns allythemselves r
themselves with the Democratic Democrte party partynnd larty lartynnd partyand r
nnd elevate it to power as lS the only onlyhope onlylpe onlyhope r
hope lpe of preserving preservtg tho republic If I It Itis Itts itis t
is not already too late nnd If the vote voteot voteof voteof
of the masses last fall fa1 hns not scaled scaledtheir son sealedtheir led ledtheir I
their fate as the slaves and emascu emasculated emuuIntell emascuhated ¬
hated citizens cItzens of an imperialistic imperlnlste pIn pInl pInALit lu ¬
ALit 1
1 1tocrny
tocracy tocrny under the guise and title tte ofrepublic of a arepublic I I Irepublc
republic 1 1It certain it is as that the sua su surises i irises I Irise
rises rise on the bayonets of a hireling hreMng sol ac acdiary j jdlery i idlery
dlery In the distant Philippines pbUpplne that thatIf thati thu thuif
If i the socalled soca1ell Republican Republcan party part con cantnues co cotinues j jtlnues
tlnues tI tItI to be Indorsed at State and Na National N Ntional ¬
tional tI tnues tonal elections electons men with wih grey ha hav1ll hair hairwill hall hallwU
will w live lve to see the end of the Ameri American AmCl Am Amcan ¬
CI wCI can Republic RepublicTO Republc RepublcTO RepublicTo I
Some DIsertatlons Dlsertatons Provoked by byO byOservatlons Ob Obsemtlons I Isenatons
semtlons senatons at Each End of Line LineIn Lne LineIn I IIn
In 1881 Just two decades agonc agoncwas I Iwas I Iwns
was w in evidence in the PutlnBny lutin Bay re region reo reoglon ri rigion ¬
wg gion at the western end of Lake Erie ErieAVIth EriiWith I
With a bit of down on the upper lI lIin lip lipin lp lpIn
in the springtime of life lfe I was him having hnvIng himIng ¬
ing what tho girls of today would wouldcharacterize wouldcharacterize woul woulcharacterize
characterize as a good time tme Ever Everevening Every Everyevening
evening among other sweet nothings nothingsI
would woull say to my companion en voy voyage V03age ¬
age al This is the Joyest sunny summer summerthat summethat
that I have ever known I could not noli no noIonIc I Ilook
look t Ie Into the future and see that with withthe wih wit witthe
the same mustache sprinkled sprlnlted with withgray wit witgray I
t gray history would auld repeat releat itself Isel 20 2 2years i iyears
years later at the eastern easter end of the thesame thesame th thsame
same SI hake lalt Neither Neiher could I realiEtiiitt realize realizethat realze realzethut
that while Pleasure 1lo uro No 1 was hold holdIng holding
Ing t the whie center of the stage the pilot piot of ofPleasure ofPleasure o oPloastiro
I Pleasure P No No2 2 was wearing ptnaforeAll pinafores i iAll
All Al the worlds at Buffalo Dutalo today todayhiinsinncli j jInasmuch i iInasmuch
Inasmuch II as hundreds of people Iwe Iwedrwing iii iiidrawing re redrawing
drawing drwing a salnry for describing the Ii IiPanAmerican i iPanAmerican
PanAmerican PanAmericn attractions atrctons I will willsimply wi wil wilsimply
simply sln1ly say soyGo j jGo i
Go 0 there yourself and sea sel the sights sightsDown j jDown
L Down by the lakeshore Sunday nights nightsThe j jThe i iI
The man buying his dinner at the theExpositon thi thiExposition i iExposition
r Exposition Expositon grounds Is II a veritable veriable voritablchump i ichump Ichump
chump Patronize the lie sample bazars bazarsIf bazn baznI bazarsIf
If I your wife wie in with wih you ou well and anlll Rfl Rflgood i igood
good If not as the pangs of hunger hungerapproach hungeapproach i iapproach
approach a gool seek leelc the shady side of oni oniof one on j jot
of 0 the lie mammoth structures There Thenyou j jyou
you Y will wi find fnd a lady drawing hearts heartsand berts bertsand heartand
and a Ilarts in the gravel with lh the tip tipof tp tpof til tilof
of a a red parasol mrsol As to age make It Itbetween Itbetween I Ibetween
between b 20 and 30 30ld old enough to ask askwise ash ashivise
wise culinary culnary questions questons With Wih your yourcomrade yourcomrade yomonirade
comrade In crime you 3OU enter the Manu Manufacturers Manufacturers ¬
facturers Building Duldlng For a starter try trytho tr trho
the ho rolled oats with wih the milk mik ant antberry and andborry
I berry accompaniment Across the theaisle theaisle thu thuiislo
aisle and more berries and dnd milk mik with withrolled wih witirolled I
rolled nnl oats on the lie sub side Your hus husband husbaud ¬
I band bal11 roled will wl kindly Ilndly give us the name of ofyour o ooiir
your onr grocer glcer says 8 the fair demon demonstrator demonitrator ¬
strator which you proceed to do and andthen nndthen am amLhien
then t move on to the next bazar where whereIs wbereIs vhor vhorIs
Is II Issued an albumlnated food fooda fooda a cross crossbetween crossbeten crosiboteii
t between condensed milk mle and mush mushthan mushdls1sel mushiisgeilsel
dls1sel iisgeilsel for Infants possibly rther rthertban rathei ratheithan
than adults aluls but as the divinity diviniy nt ntyour atyour a ayour
your elbow remarks Its flllln flln In Inrapid Inrapid I Irapid
rapid r succession follow folow the buns Jel Jellies jelle jollies ¬
lies biscuits biscuis flop fop jacks ham pickles picklesfruit picklesfruit picklesfruit
le fruit f cake nnd dont forget the pie piemince pie piemince piemince
mince t pies too A rivalry among the thoseveral thesoveral thu thuseveral I
several s makers of mince meat contrib contributes contrlbutes contribotes ¬
utes t to make the tle stands for this tbs prod product product prodct ¬
uct 1 ct numerous numerousI
I dont write wrie the best hand in the theworld theworld hi hiworith
world Per invitation Invnt l on arrival In InBuffalo InDulalo is isBuffalo
Buffalo I Dulalo I called caled upon at her parlors parlorsat parloriit
at it the Hotel Alpine an actress I bad badknown hndImown hat hatmown
known 1 mown for many moons I always use usetho usethl US UShie
tho t thl hie word moon Instead of years yearsIn yearsIn yearsn
In n connection connecton with a ladys age It Itgives Itgives II IIives
gives ives her twelve chances to one We Wehad Wehad IVCmd
had I Just cuddled down for a cozy chat chatconcerning chatconcerning dialoncerning
concerning e matters maters theatric and nd mu mutual mutual munat ¬
tual t nat friends In newspapordom newspaperlom when whenmessenger a amessenger z znessengor
messenger I boy was announced with wih withiote a anote a anote
note I for the lady She glanced at it ittossing i itoseing
tossing t it i in my direction directon with You Youanswer Youanswer Youlflswer
answer I the nuisance It I proved to tobo tobe C Ce
bo I e a typical mash 0ash note saying he hehad behall liEiad
had I long worshipped from afar with withn wit witI
n I I dozen more lines lnes equally equaly rotten rottenlank A Ablank Ablank
blank 1 lank card was on the center table tablewith tablewith tablerithi
with some magazines and securing itwrote it itI HI
I wrote thereon You are a jay of ofJays ofjnys 01 01aye
Jays j aye That lat ought to settle ste him hm I Isaid Isaid I Iail
said I ail as I read reld It to my compantonFhe companion companionThe companionThe
The boy departed and the hour arriv arriving arrivIng arrivng ¬
ing I ng for my friend to take part in the thematinee thematnee thenatinee
matinee 1 performance we arranged s srogrammo a aprogramme aprogramme
matnee programme 1 by which I should meet meether meether meeticr
her 1 icr at the theater at Its Is close I did didso didso di
so I 0 and we had proceeded possibly half halfn haltblock
n I block when she turned to me with withTlmt wih wihllat withI
I Tlmt party Bending Heudlnl the note is fol following following folowing ¬
lowing llat tS1 usl We waited waltella n moment toiL for fora fora
a L half dude dtie to catch up when she said saidYour snldYour saidYour
Your attentions atentons sir are obnoxious obnoxiousAfter obnoxous obnoxousAfter obnoxiousAfter
After writing writng such a note as that thathe that1 that1be thatUI
he UI stammered What note she in inquired Inquired inIuirel ¬
quired I For answer he fished fshcd from his bispocket hisloclcet hui huiiocket
pocket loclcet iocket my card and read You are r roy n nJoy njoy
Joy oy of Joys JoysBuffalo joysDufalo joysIJuffalo
Buffalo Dufalo caters to her reading public publicthrough publc publcthrough publichirough
through the medium of four dailies dailiesweek dales dalesweele dailIesveele
week day 1 cent Sunday B cents centsthe centstbe centslie
the lie National Natonal Magazine Boston has a ailant a aplant aplant
plant ilant in the Graphic Grlphlc Arts Building Buildingwhere Dulhlng Dulhlngwhere Buildingrhiere
where Manager Chapple and his tat talented tnlentml tatnteil ¬
ented nteil wife issue a 1 creditable crediable ontheiOt onthe onthespot onthe onthespot
spot iOt edition editon but I must needs return returnto retur
to 0 Washington to witness wines a freak freakworthy freakworthy freakrorthy
worthy a place In the journalistic journalstc mid miiiray midway midway ¬
way Here we find flnl on one hand the theAnnlhllator theAnnihiator theAnnihilator
Annihilator Annihiator striking sledgehammer sledgehammerblows slelgehammer slelgehammerblows sledgehammerloWs
blows loWs nt heads official ofclnl and on tho thoother thoother theher
other her the Consoler prepared each eachweek eacbweele eachveel
week veel at so much per perno no additional additionalcharge tlhUtonal tlhUtonalclmrge additionalbarge
charge for electro elecroto electroto to pour oil al on the thowounds thewoullls theroniuls
wounds woullls of the lie Individual stricken The Thoone Theone TheHe
one He presents to the public publc In the full fullglare funglare fulldare
glare dare of the calcium the sins of omis omission omlssian onus onusion ¬
sion ion and onl commission the lie other dlser dlsertales Ilser Ilseri liserales
tales ales upon their virtues and the at attributes attributes atributes ¬
tributes of perfect manhood One is isdally Isdaly istally I
dally daly throwing dice with wih destiny destny in indanger inI Inanger I
danger anger of being filled flell full ful of holes by bytho bytho byha
tho ha aggrieved party the other orders ordershis ordershis ordersis I
his is extra copies and rakes In the du ducats ducats duate ¬
cats ate H S S SA SA SA
A communication comnunlcaton signed James E EKlnlcy EInley Einley
Klnlcy Inley inley complaining of the come cometrys cemetrys comerys
trys rys and the preacher at Rock Creek CreekIs CreekIs
Is I unintelligible unintelgible What is the meaning meaningof
of f preaching to empty benches in a acerhetory aceluetery aethetery
cerhetory either at Georgetown or orRock orHocle orlock
Rock lock Creek The Jumbleup of ceme cemeteries cemeteries cemearies ¬
teries aries and sermons and preachers Is Istoo Istoo IsDo I
too Do much for us Try again and be bemore bemore beiore I
more iore explicit explicitA
A drlTor In the lie Adams Express Expresssends Expresssends Expressends
sends us tl same sime notes In whleh Driver DriverGnrey DriverI Driverarey
Gnrey arey gets get a roast Solicitor Solcior Eppley Eppleygets Epplsygotsa Eppleyeta
gets gotsa eta a boost 0 1 I 13 George Is asked to toappoint toppoluit
appoint a now ne stable boss Mr Smith Smithcan Smih Smihcan Smithnil
can nil toll tcl a horse from a mule and andMr nnl niit niitir
Mr ir 1 HuUe is accused of wearing 5 5neckties 5necldles 5eckties
neckties All Al of which is against the thepeace thesure
peace sure nnd order of Cabin Johns JohnsBridge Johnsnrhlge Johnsriiige I
Bridge BridgeWo nrhlgee riiige riiigeWe
Wo e have a 1 card crd touching the lie char charactor clar claracter charetor
actor etor and career of H II I Livingston LivingstonRecord Livingstonecord Livingstonecord
Record ecord Division Dvision Pension Office Olce It I is isunsigned Isunllgned isnsigned
unsigned and we do not know the thewriter thet theriter
writer wrltr riter The man Is n colored clerk clerkand clerkamI clerkflI
and flI the complainant is a white whie lady ladyso lallyI ladyshe
so she sayS 8YS Mr Livingston lvlngston Is saved savedfrom 5avellI savedmni
from mni further notice notce by the anonymous anonymouscharacter nnonymoul anonymoustiarncter
character of tho lie letter letterTho leter letterThe
The Globo Oobe hna hl received reolvet several com communications comr cornunloations ¬
munications munlcatons replying to an article artcl on onthe onr onie
the ie Mall Mal Bag Repair Shop by the lie same samewriter Si sameriter me mer
writer wrier riter n lady who persists in writing writingon writng writngt
on Ii both aides of th the sheet and Ind there therefore thereiro ¬
fore iro has her favors wastebasketed wastebasketedIf
If t you 01 are leaking Ie oklnr for the benMnkeCnro be best t take Care Carena
Unn na JIIKlt JIrIhts
Please I Contrast the Progress ProgressNexico ProgressNexico of ofMexico
Nexico with wll Canada CanadaTHE CanadaTHE CanadaTHE
Of Our Sister Republic Republc Illustrates Ilustrates to the theBoastful theBoastful th thRoastful
Boastful AngloSaxon that I There Are AreOthers AreOthers Ar ArOthers
Others in the Van of Progress ProgressTI ProgressTIConipIeton Th ThCompletion ThComplelon
Completion Complelon of the Tehuantepec Tehuant pec Railway Raiway RaiwayJOining Raliwa RaliwaJoining r rJoining
Joining the Two Oceans OceansWhile OceansWhie OceansWhile
While Whie France and the United States StatcshavQ Statahave t thava
have I been IJen struggling strugglng with wih isthiminiCanal Isthmian IsthmianCanal IsthmlnnCanal
Canal projects the republic republc of Mexico Mexicobas Moxicihas r rhas
has I been pushing an enterprise which whichmny whiclmay t tmay
may I justly justy bo regarded as one of thu thunotable the thenotable v vnotable
notable I undertakings undertalcngs of the ago The Thetwenteth Thu Thutwentieth n ntwentieth
twentieth t twenteth century witnesses winesses the com completon cornpletion o opletlon
pletlon I of this work which is nothing nothingless nothinglesi nothiniless
pleton less I lesi than the Joining of the Atlantic Atantc Atantcand Atianthiand 1 1and
and Pacific Pacifc oceans by means of the theTehuantepec thu thuTehiuantepec I ITehuantepcc
Tehuantepcc Railway which traverses traversesthe traversesthe traversethe
the i isthmus Ralwny at its it narrowest point pointPresident pointPresident r rPresident
President Diaz was the moving spirit spiritIn splrlliii r rin
in I the enterprise Daz but the constructive constructve constructvegenius conetructivigenius I Igenius
genius and executive executve ability abity were fur furnlsbed furnished t tnlshed
nlshed by an Englishman Englshman by the name nameof nam namof I Iof
of I Weetrnan Pearson learon who Is a member memberof mernbeiof r rof
of parliament and a baronet Into the thebrgain thEbargain r rbargain
bargain 1 parlament This railroad rairoad is I not a vision visionary visionary r rary
I 1I ary brgain scheme it i Is almost an accomplish accomplished nccomplsh nccomplshed ¬
i iMexico
ed E fact factMexico factMexico
Mexico is progressing A glance at ather ather at ather
her recent history under the presl prosldency prosidandy 1 1dency
dency of General Diaz reveals a story storyf storySt A Aef
ef E f astounding progress progres The time tme for formerly formerhy t tmerly
merly spent in lethargic reliance relance upon upontbe uponthe i ithe
the t saints and the energy formerly ex expendel oxpended t tpended
pended in revolutionary outbreaks in inthe inthe in inthe >
the 1 pendel Interest revolutonary of this or Q at that ambitious ambitous ambitouscharactel ambitiouscharacter f fcharacter
character I are now directed Into pro progressive progresslve progressive ¬
gressive channels Mexico is awake awakeand nwakeand awakeand
and alert alertr or at least lest Diaz is and therehiuantepec the theTehuantepec theTehuantepec
Tehuantepec Railroad Rairoad Is proof of the thl thefact j jfact
fact I
factAttempts factAtempts Attempts In the direction directon of the Panama Pan Panama Panama ¬
ama I Atempts and Nicaragua canals ouals have failed failedso faied faiedso failedso
so I far to open the nearest nenret route for forcommerce j jcommerce I Icommerce
commerce I between the Atlantic Atantc antiPacific and andPacific aOl aOlPacifc
Pacific Pacifc marts so Mexico by the aid of ofthe ofI ofhte
the I hte Tehuantepcc Railroad Rairoad alms nt the thecarriage theorrlage themrriage
carriage I orrlage of 2000000 tons a year YOr of the thetraffic thetramc theratflc
traffic I If I thug thl success anticipated nntelpate by byexperts byexpert byuxperts
experts I be attained atained it will w form an ex exremoly i itremoly I
tremoly expert practical practcl chapter In the lie solv sohvLag solvIng I Iing
ing of one of the most stubborn prob problems problems probems ¬
lems ems commercial history comprises A Awriter Awrier Awriter
writer says Valiant Vnlant old Cortes nearlyrotir nearly i ifour 1
four centuries ago footed every Inch Inchot Inchof inchif
ot the Tehuantopcc Isthmus in quest questof questof questif
of a waterway to connect connet the two twooceans twooceans twoiceans
oceans and though thou h he found none nor norcould norcould norould
could ould devise any scheme better beter than a amule amule amule
mule train to make good the lack be beI be10ved beLieved
lleved firmly that lint at some future date datecommerce datecommerce dateoinmerco
10ved commerce would woull pass across this low lownnd lownnd lowmd
nnd narrow divide And It was InLhat in inthat Inthat
that belief that he obtained from his hismonarch hismonarch hitsmonarch
monarch belef a n grant of land which wbch his hisdescendants blsdescendants hislescemlants
descendants hold to this day and andthrough nndthrough andLhrougli
through which the new railroad rnlroad runs runsCortes runsCortes runsortos
Cortes ortos believed beleved that If Interoceanic Interoceaniccommunication Interoceaniccommunicaton Interoceanicommun1cation
communication could coull be established establishedhere estblshed estblshedhere establishedbore
here It would render the King of ofSpain ofSpain ofspain
Spain master of so many kingdoms kingdomslint i ithat I Ithat
that lint he might call cl himself the Lord of ofthe ofhe 1 1the
the he World Spain has not gained unl unlversal uniersnl I Iversl
versal versl ersnl monarchy but the comraunlca comraunlcatlon coinmunicatoil I Iton
tlon toil of a kind undreamed by the an anclent anient i ident
ton dent ient general has been established establishedThe establshed establishedThe I IThe
The Pearson project is by no means meansthe meanstbe meanshe
the he first frst of the kind Many have sought soughtto I Ito
to 0 perform the task and ns many pro projects protects ¬ I Ijects
jects tects have been advanced Americans Americanshave Americanshave Americansiave
have iave been foremost In projects though thoughuniformly thoughuniformly thoughuniformly
uniformly unsuccessful In carrying carryingthem cnrrylngthem carryinghem
them hem out One of the most mst startling startlingschemes starting startingschemes startlingebonies
schemes devised in this thll connection connecton was wasthat wnsthat washat
that hat of the late Captain Cnptln Eads of Mis Mississippi Misslsslppl Misissippi ¬
sissippi jetty jety fame He desired the theAmerican theAmerlcnn themerican
American Government Goverment to undertake undertke a aplan nplan aulan
plan ulan for providing a track upon wHich wUlchto wlch wlchto
to 0 convey steamers and sailing saing ships shipsbodily shipsbodiy ships0lihy
bodily 0lihy orer the 190 miles mies which sep separate sepnrate sepirate ¬
irate bodiy the lie two terminal ports portsoatza portsoatzacocos portsCoatzaoalcos Coatza Coatzacoalcos
coalcos cocos oalcos and ROl Sallna Salna Cruz Eads plans planswere planswere plansnro
were nro elaborately worked out and andwhile andwhie andvhule
while the engineering difficulties difcultes were wereenormous wereenormous weremormons
enormous the daring Eads was confi confident conf confilent ¬
dent of demonstrating demonstrntng the practicabil practicability prctcabi ¬
ity iy ty of his plan The scheme contem contemplated contemplated contemilated ¬
plated ilated a great cradle mounted on ontrucks ontruclts onruclm
trucks for conveying ships shlts across the theIsthmus theisthmus thestlimtis
Isthmus This cradle cralle was wal to be run runInto runinto runlute
Into lute a dry dock into which ships were wereto wereto
to 0 be floated and then lien were to be low lowered lowerel lowreii ¬
ered erel reii Into foatell placo by the drawing oft offIt oftof of ofof
of It the lie water The same sme means were wereto wereto
to 0 ho employed for unloading the ships shipsnt sblpsat shipsit
nt it the other end of the lie line lne Theoreti Theoretically Theoret Tlieoretially ¬
cally caly ally tho plan seemed feasible and andperhaps nndperhals anderhiaps
perhaps something might have come comeof comeof coinoPt
of perhals Pt It I had Ends lived 1ved but the plan didiot did didnot didnot
not iot commend Itself Iself to Congress and andwhen andhen andvhien
when hen Ends died 11ell it fell fel through alto altogether alo alogether altoothier ¬
gether getherIt getherI othier othierIt
It I remaln remained d for nn English Englsh firm to toconstruct toconstruct toonstruct
construct a railway raiway on the ordinary ordinarylilan ordinaryplan ordinarydan
plan dan It I is Sir Weotmnn Poarson Porson Mof M MI MI
I I of the Westminster firm frm of S Pear Pearson lor lorson loaron ¬
son on Son SOI who has nt last given prnc prnclcal prc prctcnl praclea
tcnl lea lcal effect efect to the dream Ieam of ages iiibough al alhough although
hough the Panama railroad rnlroad has been beenn beenin
in n operation operaton for many years An Eng EngIsh EngIsh Engish
Ish Ish account of the Peorsons opera operations oper operaIons ¬
tions tons Ions says saysSince sys sysSince saysSince
Since 18D2 they have been carrying carryingon
on n works on the Mexloin lexlE1n coast and andwithin nndwihin andrithiin
within the lie Interior of such magnitude magnitudeS
ns wihin S to constitute consttute nrfocord n4record for any single singlefirm singleI singlemi
firm mi The task of draining the City of ofMexico otI oflexico
Mexico frm lexico was a gigantic gigantc one but In ad adof nddlton adition
ition they ey have converted the harbor harborI
of t Vera Ver Cruz CIlZ Into what will w be per perhaps perImps perLaps ¬
haps Laps one of the finest fnest in the world worldthey worldthey worldhey
they hey have established establshcIl river fleets fleetsworking feets feetsworking fleetsorkiug
working over 400 miles mies of water wnterj have havetaken havetaken haveaken
taken aken over and reorganized the tram tramway tramwny tramray ¬
way ray systems nnd generally generaly set in mo motion moton moIon ¬
tion Ion the great wave of progress of ofwhich ofwhich ofhiieli
which hiieli the republic republc Is so Justly justy proud proudIt proul proulIt
It t was the splendid success gained gnlnd in inso Inso ina
so a many directions directons indicated indlcatel which whichled whichled whichd
led d to President Dma Doz and Sir Weet Weetman WeetI Weotian
man ian Pearson Penron putting puttng their beads to together toI toether ¬
gether ether over the hue Tehuantopec Railway RailwayThe Raiway RaiwayThe Railwaylie
The lie outcome is that the firm frm has leas leased lensed ¬
ed 1 the line lne for a term of GO O years dur during durIng durig ¬
ing ig which period they will wl work the thesystem theIystem lie lieystem
system In partnership lJrtnershlp with wih the t1e lie Mexi Mexican Mexican Moxtan ¬
can an government the firm frm of course coursebeing coursebeing courseoing
being oing the managing partners The Thegovernment Thegovernment Theoverunient
government overunient has already sunk many manymillions manymllons manyiihlions
millions mllons over the railway rnlwny in the past pastand pastnnd pastiud
and iud at length there Is a likelihood 1eelhoed of oftheir ofthel ofeii
their thel eii recouping themselveshen themselves themselvesWhen themselvesI
When hen the present contractors contrcors took tookover tookover tookvar
over var the track in 1899 they had simply simplythe simplythe simplyte
the te skeleton of a line lne and a fragile fragie lo local local hoti ¬
cal ti system to work upon The Amerl Amerlcans Amerlcans Anionins
cans ins are scarcely to be rivalled rivaled for the thecelerity thecelerity theulerlty
celerity with wih which they can get a atrade atrace aaclc
trade trace aclc through a country but for eta stability Stl etaLlity ¬
bility bliy Llity and safety lafety English Enslih methods are areitlll areItl areIll
itlll Itl Ill preeminent Messrs Pearsonad Pearson Pearsonhad Pearon Pearonhad
had ad everything to solidify SQlhly and no nofewer nofewer noiwer
fewer iwer than 900 wooden woolen bridges bridges to re replace reo reoplace relace
place lace wjth structures of Iron steel or ormasonry ormaopry orasonry
II I masonry maopry asonry But this after afer nil al was but butchilds butch butilid
I childs ch ilid 111 s play to them the ho heavy hovy work worklay wOlk
lay 3 U 11 the construction eonstructon of the terminal tornitnalorks terminalworks terml11 terml11work
works orks and the lie harbors of Coatiatoal Coatiatoalcas Coatzllosl Coatzlloslcal
cal 15 and lnd Callnn Cnlnf Cruz The Atlantic Atlanticport Atmtc Atmtcport Atlanticirt
port irt like lke many others on that coast eoitetseds coastheeds roasthels
heeds hels seds special peclll treatment In view of a asandbar aImnllbar aniIbar
sandbar niIbar nt the mouth rind to sur surmount surmOI stir1oiiiit ¬
mount mOI 1oiiiit lt the difficulty Ilfculy training walls wnls areulng are arebeing arebeing
being ulng constructed by means of which whichto whichI hleh hlehto
to I set up a scour which will wi effect erect a
depth in the channel fully fu13 sufilci sufilcifor sufficient sufficientfor sufcient sufcientfor
for the largest largt oceangoing oCClgolng vessels vesselsIbm Sa SaUna SaUna
Una Cruz will w1 possess pOIC a dock of ofacres 60 60acres 50ncre
acres ncre with wih quays of 4000 feet length lengthas leng lengas
as commencing accommodation accommodaton accommodationbreakwater A Abreakwater Abrekwater
breakwater brekwater 1000 feet in length and andformed andformed ii iiformed
formed ot rock nnd blocks of gran granlto granlto4o granie granie4u
4o tons in weight will wi vIhl protect the thetrance en entrance eutrano ¬
trance to t the dock dockElectrical dockElectrical dockElectrical
Electrical power provides for the themanipulation themanipulaton I Imanipulation
manipulation manipulaton of freight and with wih withtariff a atariff atart
tariff tart of 3 to 1 1 per ton for the transit transitfrom transitfrom ran ranfrom
from ocean to ocean It is anticipat anticipatthat anticipated anticipatedthat antcipated antcipatedtbnt
that no canal can rival the advantages advantagesoffered advantagesalered advantai advantaioffered
offered alered A total totl cost of 40000000 40000000involved Is IsInvolved IsInvolved
Involved as against nralnst 150000000 or
200000000 for a canal canal The opera operations operatons ope opeions ¬
ions tons include great gr8t building projects projectsintor project projec projecinter
inter alia ala aIm the erection erecton of a new town townnnd townand toy toyand
and darlnnge orlnage systems upon the most mostmodern mostmodern rn rnmodern
modern and improved plan The pos possibilities posslIIUes p psibuhities ¬
sibilities slIIUes of the railway are not limit limited lmit lmited hin hinad ¬
ed to the direct connection connecton between betweentwo the thetwo thetwo
two oceans but all al the Internal devel developments developments de deopments ¬
opments will wt be conducive to Its it pros prosperity prosperly pr prparity ¬
parity perityThe perly parityThe
The Influence lafuence upon Interoceanic Interoceanictransit Interoceanlctransi Interoceaitransit
transit transi however must bo enormous enormouswill as aswill aswl
will wl be seen from the lee fact that thatrehuantepoc the theTehuantepec theTebuantepec
Tehuantepec route saves sivas 2000 miles mileson mies mieson mu muin
on the Journoy from New Orleans Orleans Orloansan to toSan toSnn
San an Francisco I ralclsco j 10020 miles mies from New NewYork NewYorle Ni NiIork
York to San Sln Francisco via Cape CapeHorn CapeHorn Ca CaFlora
Horn and 1207 miles mie via Panama Panamawere Panamawere Panes Paneswere
were such latter later route possible possiblenearly possiblenearly possibleioarly
nearly 8EOO 8lOO miles mies between Liverpool Liverpoolnnd Lverpool LverpoolInd Ltvorpc Ltvorpciid
nnd Ind iid San Sln Francisco Fran lsco via Cape of Good GoodHope GoodHope Go Golope
Hope 1330 miles mies Panama New York Yorkto Yorkto Yo YoLo
to Lo Yokohama 10000 miles via Cape CapeHorn CapeHorn Ca CaTorn
Horn 5000 lOOO miles via vll Suez 1100 1100miles 1100mies 11 11nibs
miles mies via Panama Now York to Ma Manila Manla Iii Iiiiila ¬
nila nla 1018 miles mies via Suez and 1039 1039miles 1039mies 10 10uilos
miles mies uilos via Panama PanamaThe PanamaThe PanamaTlie
The complete prosperity prosperiy of the un undortnklng undertalelng u ulertaking
dortnklng seems seem assured nsured A distin distinguished dlstn dlstngulshed dieti dietiulehied ¬
guished ulehied engineer Informs us that upon uponhis uponhis up upus
his us recent recnt return from from Mexico MexicoiVeetman Sir SirWcetman SirWeetman
Wcetman Pearson averred It is going goingto golugto gob
to 0 be a magnificent manllcelt success succes The flrst flrstfruits arstfruis s sru1ts
fruits fruis ru1ts of that success are soon to torathiered be begathered begathered
gathered for the railway raiway will wi before beforevery beforovery befo befoTory
very long be open opel to the lie heaviest traf traffic traffc tn tnIc ¬
ficA fic fc Ic
Dr r Richardson of St Elizabeth ElizabethPracticing Elzabetl ElzabetlPractcng ElizabetPracticing
Practicing Practcng Medicine In District DistrictIN Dstrict DstrictIN DistrictN
The iue Attention Alentlon of the tle Board of HealthCalled Health Healh is isCalled isCaled
Called Caled to the Matter Malerle Matterlie Me is Not Regis Registered Registered Regi Regitered ¬
tered In the Published Publshed Report of That ThatDepartment ThatDepartmentMr Th ThDepartmentMr
Department DepartmentMr Mr McKinleys Ohio Impor Importations Importations Inpc Inpctations ¬
tations of Horse arid ard Bug DoctorsDoctors Doctors DoctorsDoctors Doctor DoctorDoctors
Doctors Richardson Rchardson Clarke Carke and andLogle andLogie am amogie
Logle ogie of the St Elizabeth Elzabeth Insane tnsne Asy Asylum Asylum As Asuni ¬
lum uni are not on the registered list 1st lIsthiysicians of ofphysicians ofphysicians
physicians permitted permied to practice practce practicehis in inthis Intbls
this his District Dstrict Issued llsued by the Board BoardJealth of ofHealth ofHealbJ
Health HealthHero JealthHero
HealbJ HealbJHere
Hero Is a nice state of affairs afairs an another another a athier ¬
other thier exhibition exhibiton of tho goodness goodnss goodnesscart of ofheart otheart
heart cart of our President Presdent Neither Neitherovernor as asgovernor asgovernor
governor overnor of Ohio nor as President Presidenthe of ofthe ofthe
the he United Unied States Stte has Mr McKInley McKInleybbgerved MeKlnleybservell McKinli McKinlibgerved
bbgerved any of the usual usull and custom customary customary customiI ¬
ary iI rules or safeguards in making maltng ap appointments appolntments a aointments ¬
pointments ointments So that the individual individualis Is Ishis Ishis
his is worshipper and is of sound mind mindor mindor mix mixr
or r partially so like Jee Consul Frank Cess Cessner Oessner Gee Geeicr
ner icr partalY the red necktie neckte Imbecile InbecUe Mr Mc McKInley MI hi hilinley ¬
KInley forthwith appoints nppolat him to the theoffice theofce I Ifilco
office ofce filco even if I he hl is a horse doctor the thePresident thePresident th thresident
President resident will w accept the applicants applicantsassertion npplcants npplcantsnsserton applicantseortion
nsserton assertion that there It no difference differencebetween dterence dterencebetween hifferea hiffereaettvcen
between ettvcen a n horse with he botts bots and andnan a aman aman
man nan with appendicitis appendlcltsl It is only onlymall a asmall nsma1
small sma1 mall variation variaton of switch swich or no switch switchDr swlcb swlcbDr switc switcDr
Dr Richardson Rchardson Is fioim flOI Ohio Th ThIloba The TheGlobe TheOobe
Globe knows him So Is Dr Clarke ClarkeRichardsons ClarkeRchnrdsons Clanktichardeons
Richardsons Oobe other self sel In Ohio Doc Doctor Doctor Do Door ¬
tor or Richardson Rchardson who Is n very respect respectable respectable respsc respscbho ¬
able bho gentleman and so Is Dr Clarke Clarkeran Clarlteran Clarkean
ran an genteman the ho Massllllon Massl1on Insane Asylum AsylumHis AsylumHs Asyluslie
His lie knowledge Icowlelge of Insanity Insanty was acquir acquired acqulred acquid ¬
ed d there His Is knowledge Is no doubt doubtextensive doubtextensive bull bullxtensive
extensive but among the faculty faculy In InOhio InOhio I Ihiio
Ohio hiio ho is not regarded as nn expert expertNeither exper expereitber
Neither eitber of course Is Dr Clarke But Butboth Dutboth ft ftoth
both oth Richardson Rchardson and Clarke Cnrke as well wellas weUas we weS
as S Logic can administer purghtiiiedieine purgative purgativemedicine purg tve tvemedicne
medicine medicne to the patients IJateLts at St Eliza Elizabeths Elza Elzabeths Eliz Elizeths ¬
beths eths and that Is really realy all al an Insane Insanepatient Insanepatent insar insarationt
patient ationt requires The Chinese recog recognize recognlze recoi recoiizo ¬
nize patent izo this hula fact and as their civilization civilizationand civizaton civizatonnnd civihizaticml
and ml experience dates away back bace be before before b bore ¬
fore ore Europe was discovered we am ammind are arebound arebound
bound mind to accept the importance Importnce which whichthey whichthey while whileicy
they icy attach atach to these functions functons For Forwhereas Forwherens Fc Fcliereas
whereas liereas our Caucasian greeting greetng ishake is I a ashake ashalc
shake shalc hake of the and and an Inquiry inquiryhow of ofhow athow
how are you the Chinaman gently gentlygreets geuty geutygreet gontl gontlreefs
greets greet reefs his fellow felow Celestial Ceesta with the themore themore ii iiioro
more ioro practical practcal nnd direct drect interroga interrogatory Interrogatory internogiry ¬
tory ry of how are your bowels bowelsThis bowels1This bowelsThis
This Is about all ni tie te duty the head headot headof bee beer
ot r a modern moder insane isylum Islul Is called calledupon ca1ed ca1edupon cahle cahleDon
upon Don to perform Natire does the rest restIf restI roe roethe
If the purgative purgntve Is administered Now Nowstrange Nowstrange Novraiigo
I strange raiigo to state that In the District Districtof Districtof Dlstnicr
of r Columbia the President of the Unit United United UnilI ¬
ed I States failed to fine fn In the oxtensivst extensive extensivelist extensivelst
list st of Us practising practsing physicians a gen gentleman genteman gasoman ¬
lst tleman teman oman whom ho deemed sufficiently sufficientlyqualified sufciently sufcientlyqualfed sumeientlunhifled
qualified qualfed unhifled to administer a dose of castor castoroil castoroi casto castoII
oil oi II Rochclle Rochele salts sals or a n laxative laxatve patent patentmedicine patentmedicine pateniodicine
medicine pill pi At hoist we are bound boundto boundto bonn bonntake
to take this view of the case Iiinsiniicla Inasmuch Inasmuchas
as a His Is Excellency Excelency Imported Dr Rich Richardson Rch Rchnrdson Richrthson ¬
ardson rthson like lee he did dil the horse doctor doctorearly doctorearly doctorurly
early urly In the lie Spanlih AVnr Wal Var and Dr DrRichardson DrRchardson Drichiardson
Richardson Is now It full charge prac practising prc prctslng pracsing ¬
tising Rchardson tslng sing In violation Iolaton of the lie District law lawupon lawupon 3y 3ypen
upon pen the bugs Iugs of St St Elizabeth ElizabethThe Blzabeth BlzabethThe ElIzabethThe
The Globe Oobe hasnt a thing in the theworld theworld tb tbonlil
world onlil against Dr Richardson nchardlon neither neitherdoes neiher neiherdoes neitlieDes
does Des Its editor elltor feel chagrined because becausehe becausehe
he 0 was Is omitted omltell In the list lst of Invita Invitations Invla Invlatons invitaens ¬
tions ens to that swell swel wedding which so somany 16many se seany
many tons any of our fellow felow Buclceyes attended attendedand atended atendedaOI attendetrid
and aOI rid lived lved off ar our Uncle Incle Sam over at athospitable athospiable ni niospitable
hospitable hospiable St St Elizabeths Elzabeths for several severalweeks leveralweelcs severn severncoke
weeks coke or days But lu we do rise In our ourseat our3eat on onxat
seat xat to a 1 question queston of privilege priviege to In Inquire inquire Inmire ¬
quire mire of His Hs Excellency I xce1ency what encour encouragement encouragement encourgenuont ¬
agement recognition recoglUon or Indorsement Indorsementdoes Indorsementdoes indorsornenxes
does xes he call the thing when he Imports Importsfrom Importlfrom iniportionu
from onu Ohio physIcians plweclans for St Eliza Elizabeths Elza Elzabeths Elizaethis ¬
beths ethis and Ignores the faithful flithful accent accomplished necomplshed accentLishiod ¬
plished plshed Lishiod and qualified qualfed corps of physic physicians physicInns physiciflR ¬
Inns iflR in the District Dstrict of Columbia ColumbiaWe ColumbiaWe 1 1We
We do tb not know of course how the themedical themedical lii liiedical
medical edical fraternity of the District Dstrict feels feelsabout feelsnbut feahiiiout
about nbut iiout the matter mater but having in our ourtime OUItme ou oume
time me been associated SI cated for years with withthe wih wihthe withis
the tme is profesh profOh 88 a a I member and officer officerof omcerof omecithe
of the Board of Health In 11 Cincinnati Cincinnatiwe Cncnnat
we 0 realize renlze to some extent the howl howlwhich howlwhich hiowhiieh
which hiieh the Lanoot Lallot of that city ct3 and nndmedical andmedical an anecllcnl
medical ecllcnl societies societes of Hamilton Iamlon County Countywould Countywould Countyoulil
would oulil raise if a physician from Wash Washington WashIngton Washgton ¬
ington gton City Ciy wits ws Imported and placed placedIn placedcharge
In charge of Icngvlew Asylum AsylumBut AsylumDut AsylumBill
But earning ciminI hack to the serious mat matter matter matr ¬
ter r of the lie head physician of St Eliza Elizabeths Elza Elzabeths Ellentbs ¬
beths tbs practising pract8ug In 11 violation vIolaton of Die District DI DItrlct Dielet ¬
trict let law we respectfully respecttuly nsk asl the theBoard tbeDoard thertrd
Board rtrd of Health Healh what it Is going to doout do doabout doabout
about out It ItIs ItIs ItIs
Is Mr r McKlnleys MclnlpyS superintendent of ofSt ofSt ofEhtsnbetli
St Elisabeth Ellbeth like lke the lie military mltnry satPa sat satraps st straplln ¬
raps raplln Pa in the Philippines Phippines above the law lawAnd lawA lawid
And A 01 id can Dr Richardson RehaIlson practice practce In Inthis tnthl8 inIs
this Is city as an anunregisterell unregistered physician physicianAnd physlclan1Anll physiciantntl
And there we leave lelvo the subje subject t for forthe forthe
the 0 present
On the Weakness of the McKinley McKinleyAdministration lcRlnley lcRlnleyA McKInl McKInlAdministration
Administration AdministrationCOULD A AdministrationCOULD mlnlstra tlon tlonCOULD
Wihout Without Numberless Numberles NumberlessScanda Scandal and nd Steals Much MuchLess Muchles Mi MiLess
Less les the t e Creates Nation Nalon on n EarthA Truth Truthful Truthful Tru Truful ¬
ful and an Unexaggeraled Uneggerated Review ReeIo of the Repub Republican Republcan Rip Riplican ¬
lican lcan President Preident Since His Induction Inducton ii iiOfficeWhat Into IntoOlflceWhat IntoOfceWhat
OlflceWhat OfceWhat More Could the People Etpect EtpectIn ElpectIn Espet EspetIn
In a former article nrtcle In this paper papercalled we wecalled wecaled
called caled attention ntenton to the weakness weaknessMcKinleys ot otMcKluloys ofMcKinleys
McKinleys administration admlnlstra Hon as gover governor governor gosi gosinor ¬
nor of Ohio when James Doyle was wasthe wasthl w wthe
the thl governor goveror in fact act If I McKinley lcIinloy d dnot did didnot dil dilnot
when whenwns be bewas bewas
not hare the lie slightest Ilghtest nerve
was governor raid did dhl10t not dare to say saythat snythat s sthat
that his soul was his own he hi hihoes bos bosless hai
less aptitude apttlle and less les nerve nenI in admin administering admlnIsterlng admni admniistonliig ¬
istering the affairs ntalrs of the nation naton nationChief as asChief a
Chief Executive Executve If he Ie has hal ever assert asserted alert alerted asse asseed ¬
ed himself or 01 had a welldefined weldefned pol policy p picy ¬
icy 11 we have failed flled to find fnd the tljrvo tljrvoor t tii tiior
or place placeTo placeTo IllacoTo
To begin with wih we must mlst compare the thePresident thePresident 1 1President
President of this great republic republc with withhis wih wihhis wit withis
his brother brthor Abner We have shown shownH sbownIIJ shes shestiI
IIJ < tiI H > this character in our column column sev several several so sooral ¬
eral times and the hue general and gener generous gene geneous ener enerOUI ¬
OUI ous public tmes have become familiar famiar with withhis wih wihhis wIt wIthis
his character and his methods A man manwho manwho mr mrwho
who has known Icown both botl Abner and Will Willlam Wi Wi Witam
lam since their thel boyhood says nys The Theonly Theonly TI TIonly
only appreciable difference diference between betweenthese betweenthese betwe betwethese
these two men Is In dress and man manners manners inn innuers ¬
ners They are both posers pOlen and leek leekto leekto se seto
to attract atract attention att1ton by their positions positionsdeftly poltons poltonsdemy positiomdeftly
deftly taken in places where they can canbe canbe ce cebe
be observed obsrved William Wilam paled Mmielt MmieltInto bimlelfInto hiimse hiimseinto
Into Congress into the lie governorship governorshipand governorshiand
and at last into the White Whie House Housewhich Houlewhich Hone Honewhich
which will wl go to show that posing pcsng posingproperly if ifproperly ifproperl3
properly conducted Is a paying atti attitude ati atitude ati atitutle ¬
tude tudeWilliam William always dressed well wel he al always always v vways ¬
ways shaved every morning he always alwaysdressed alwaysdrOsed alwa alwadressed
dressed drOsed neatly neaty and be It said always alwaysconducted alwayscenductell alwa alwacenducted
conducted himself hlm81 as a clean clll man manshould manshould mi mihioiild
should hioiild He studied one question quelton and andbecame andbecme an anbecame
became becme familiar famiar with it and could couldwrite coull coullwrie coid coidwrito
write wrie and deliver delver a fairly good speech speechon epeec epeecon
on the tariff trif He studied rtudled grace race and anddelivery anlldelery an andelivery
delivery delery and anl his oily aly speech and man manners manners mmx mmxmrs ¬
ners made him the equal of any co coOdence con confidence confdence ¬
fidence man In the lie country He le early earlywon earlywon earl earlwon
won fdence the t1e confidence confdence of men ren of the call callbor col cal calbor
bor of Marie Hannn and that class i imen of ofmen ofmen
men who come pretty prety close to the themiddle themiddle tl tl2111db
middle 2111db class of society and It I is isourse of ofcourse ofcourse
course ourse due to their manipulations manipulatons that thathe tbathe thu thutie
he was at last nominated and elected electedto electE electEo
to o the hue Presidency The statesmen statelmen of ofthe oftba r rIhe
the tba Republican Republcan party never had an anLisa any anyuse nnyuse
use for McKInley lclnley knowing his vanity vanityand vaniy vaniyald vanhi vanhimd
and ald his weaknesses wellcesses No man In that thatparty thatparty thu thuparty
party bad his measure better than thln Be Belamin Ben Benjamin Denjamln ¬
jamin Harrison When some gentle gentleman gente genteman gentlnan ¬
man asked Harrison Hlrlson to put McKInley McKInleyIn McKinle McKinlea lclnley lclnleyIn
In a the Cabinet he replied replell No sir sr Mc McKInley lc M Minloy ¬
KInley inloy is a warbler and allis is one of the thevainest thevainest th thalnest
vainest yet weakest men In public publc life lifeIn le leIn lii liiIn
In this country That Thlt was the esti estimate est eat eatnato ¬
mate placed upon him by all a1 the really reallygreat realy realygreat neahi neahiIreat
great men of the party partyThat pary paryfhnt partyThat
That mental giant Tom om Reed Sal Saltflb said saidand saidand
and says sys today toIay McKinley Mcnley Is a a a shell shellfish shenfsh she sheish
fish mentally mentaly weak and morally moraly morallyuypocnlte a ahypocrite I
hypocrite The late grand old John JohnSherman JohnSherman Toh TohSherman
Sherman could coull use stronger language languageban languagehan Innguri Innguriban
ban either eiher Harrison larrlson or Reed He le said saidIt sld sldIt aaiiIt
It takes active brain force to be a agood agood
good confidence c nfence nctve man and one descrip description descripton descri descriion ¬
tion ion of a confidence confdence man is one who whohis wbogains whi whiains
gains ton ains the confdence confidence of other men for forhis f ftie
his tie own advantage Willl Willlley Wilam William McKi McKioy lcKln lcKlnley
ley oy is superior In brain power to Ab Abner Abner A Aion ¬
ner in the lie fact that he has been able ableby ableby abt
by 11 and through his dupes to gain gan the thehigher thehigher U Uuglier
higher position positon in which to ply his hisarts hisarts lit litirts
arts Abuer sought through the In Influence Infuence I Iluence ¬
fluence of his President brother to togain togain I Iahn
fuence gain ahn the confidence confdence of the big men mcii of ofNew ofNew C Cow
New ow York but signally slgnall Called alsd I because becausehis hiteausus
his us aims and objects obj obje s were wereI too appa apparent apP appiSent ¬
rent Then he became an office officebroker ofce ofcebrolcer ethic ethicrokor
broker rokor and then a go between for formen formen fc fcnon
men having cases with the Depart Departments Departmeats Deparneats ¬
meats that needed influence In lence to touch touchtho touchthe touc toucho
the ho proper channels An abject fail failure fnl fat fatire ¬
ure ire In Ohio he made enough in New NewYork NewYorl Nei Neitork
York to live lve at the Manhattan Ianhatln and andmaintain andmalntnln an annaintain
maintain respectable offices officesOne ofces ofcesOne officesOne
One of the men In New York that tlt lint he hehas hehas hi hiins
has ins had on the string for ten tel months monthssays monthssa3S monthays
says ays of him Abner Is the biggest biggestllarMn biggestlarln biggesiarin
llarMn larln the world Having Htvlng shown up upthat upthat u uhat
that hat side of his character which hlch every everybody evenbody ever everody ¬
body ody knows In our former articles artces we weonly weonly w wnly
only nly allude alude to it again for comparls comparlsson com comparlion paris parisson
son on Are the brothers alike alke In charac character character characen ¬
ter en Is the burning buring question queston We an answer onlwer nr nrwar ¬
swer lwer war Yes Having known them all allour nUour al altin
our tin lives 1os we answer emphatically emphaticallyYes emphatcaly emphatcalyYes emphaticallYes
Yes The only difference diference Is one onedare onedare on onare
dare are not owing to his hi Imperialistic Imperialstc po position lO lOBlton 10ition ¬
sition Blton stoop to be the thing thng that the theother theother thi thitlier
other tlier Is IsIf IsI isIf
If he the President William Wiiam Me MeKtnloy Mcinloy c cKinley
Ktnloy inloy I is ns weak a 1 creation creoton as his hisbrother hishrother lull lullrothier
brother Abner Is then why wly was he heelected heelectel lii liilected
elected electel lected for a second term The lend lenders leaders lendrs ¬
ers rs of the Republican Republcnn party must have havediscovered haeI1scover811 hunvilscovereil
discovered In four years his weak weakcringing wcokcringing weakringing
cringing I1scover811 vasclllatlng asclatng nature and why whydidnt whydldnt whi3llflt
didnt llflt they turn tur him him down as they did didHarrison didHarison d1 d1Farnlson
Harrison Harison who had given such nn ad admirable admirable adiirable ¬
mirable proof of his statesmanship etatesnianshiplWell statesmanshipWell statesmanshipVel
Well Vel the case is different 11lerent The an answer nnswer anvor ¬
swer vor is this wo e think tllnk The great groatnm greatmlss greatriles
nm riles s of the voters those t10e controlled controled by bycapital bycapital hu huipital
capital ipital had hal confidence conflence in Cleveland Clevelandand Clevelandand Clevelandin
and in they didnt have confidence confdence In the theheorles thetheories thereorlee
theories of Bryan The leaders of the theRepublican theHe theepubhican
He Republican publcan party quietly submitted luhmled at atPhiladelphia atIhladelJhla athiladelphuln
Philadelphia to the dictation dlctoton of Hannn HannnPlatt HannaPlatt hannnbutt
Platt IhladelJhla butt Co C At Philadelphia IhladcIphla there was wasno wasno
no 11 enthusiasm and In 11 the campaign campaignthere campaignthere campaignore
there ore wns none whatever for the can candidate canIllate cantilate ¬
didate tilate Had the Democrats D nocrats nomi nominated nominted nomiited ¬
nated nted Illate ited David Davl B Hill mi on a platform platorm elm similar slmInr elmir ¬
ilar ir to that lint upon which Mr r Cleveland Clevelandwas Clevelandwas Clevelandas
Inr was as nominated nomlnatel Mr lr McKInley lcKnley would wouldhave woull woullhave wouhillye
have lye been burled deeper than Harri Harrison Harrison Ilarriii ¬
son ii In 1892 The leaders accepted Mc McKInley McKnley Mcliuley ¬
KInley Knley liuley because they had hiI to for har harmonys harmanys baroilys ¬
monys oilys sake and anl again they wanted wantedMcKInley wantedfcKlnley wantedcKhnley
McKInley to settle letle some very err grave gravequestion gravequelton graveiestion
question quelton iestion Into which he hod ht11 drifted the theGovernment theGovernment theovernment
Government GovernmentTo Government overnmentTo
To get at the bottom btom facts of Me MeKlnleys McInleys Ie IeMnleys
Klnleys real character let us UI begin beginwith beginwith beginithi
with ithi his first frst Administration Administraton If IfFames Ifones
James ones Boyle Joe Smith and Captain Captainlelatand CAptainHeistand Captaineletanil
lelatand dictated Iletatell what McKInley ZtcKnley was waso wasto wasI
to o I say tay from the front porch at Canton Cantonn CantonIn Cantonho
In n the ho campaign of 1896 they natural naturaly lRturl lRturlIy naturalexpected
Iy y expected to havi 11 something to say sayafter lay layafer saytot
after afer tot the election electon and ROl inauguration inaugurationThat Inauguraton InauguratonThat inauguiatlonlint
That lint Joe Smith Smih wrote rote the porch porchspeeches porchspeeches porchieeches
speeches ieeches we have no doubt that Joe JoeSmith JoeSmith Joenitli
Smith nitli had hl11 greater Influence Infuence in the se seectlon selecton section
lecton ectlon of McKinleys first frst Cabinet Cabinetban CAbinetthan Cabinetan
ban an any other man we have no doubt doubtThat doubtThat doubtmt
That mt Joe Smith Smih and anl Chas Danes made madethe madethe
the 0 most of the first nt appointments can cannot cn cnnot canit
Ills habits have haveoutlined haveoutnell haveithinoil
not it bo doubted Ils habis we
outlined outnell ithinoil and his course in getting gettng Jim JimJoylo JimHoyle Jim Jimylo
Joylo ylo fixed fxed at Liverpool we have also alsodilated ala aladlotcll alsoInteil
dilated dlotcll Inteil upon His Is death was n sad sadoss sadloss sadIs
loss oss Is to McKinloy for notwithstanding notwithstandingits notwlhstJdlng notwlhstJdlnghis notwithstandinghabits
his its habits habis he wns n useful leful member of ofthe ofx
the 10 x Kitchen Klrhen Cabinet He used freely freelythat frely frelythat freelyit
that it stimulant stmulnnt which gives backbone backboneand bckbone bckboneamI backboneU
and U courage nnd which lie 11 had a fac faculty faculty facy
ulty y of imparting Impartnl to his friend who whoacked wholacked trueiced
lacked iced It He had Inspired McKInley McKInleywith cKlnleywlw
with wlw Ut the motive motve force which If car cared carrled carel ¬
rled ed el out Olt would hav have made male him the
greatest gretet President Ireldent sine Lincoln Lincolnthe tor Ar Arthe j jthe
I the opportunity opportuniy was euheadbf h healr adbf f him He Hebelieved I Ibehlved I
believed l1 ell that lint the President Preldelt shoald shoaldtake IhOlld shoe shoetake
take vigorous measures against aglDt Spain Spainand SpatnRnll Spat Spatanil I
and In behalf beblf of bleeding Cuba and andMcKInley andIcl as asMcKinley
McKInley Icl < lnley told more than one of his hisfriends Ii Iifriends
friends frlel118 that he would woull bring Spain to toher toher i iher
her knees mighty quick when he got gotto gott1 gi gito
to t1 Washington Wa hlngton but Jo JO Jes died then poor poorMcKInley poorelnley po poMcKinley
McKInley elnley felt sorry but ns lS usual with withhim wih wihhim wit withim
him him in all al affairs afairs since couldnt do doanything 10 l lanything
anything It I Is generally generaly believed believedthat beleved believe believethat
that had hal McKIntey ncKlnIy had the bacichorto backbone backboneto I
to carry out his hil original orlglnallntentonl Intentions the theSenate th thSenate
Senate and House would ould have stood stoodwith stoodwih stoo stoowith I
with wih him him and Spain been driven out outot outof ot otof
of the Islands without wihout bloodshed and andat an anat
anll anllat
at onetenth onetenth of the lie expense of the theSpanishAmerican theSpanishAmerican th thSpanIshAmerican
SpanishAmerican War Var McKInley ha hanever has hasnever hasnever
never been ben a loader and never will wl be beHe beHe hi hilie
He simply follows fo1ows stands off ol as a Samp Sampson Snmplon Samieon ¬
son lon did dll at Santiago Santago and then claims claimsall claimsal claimall
all al the lie credit credi If I the lie HctOI action Is a stir success BUCcelS stircese ¬
cess celS and If a failure faiure the lie other fellow fellowhas felow felowhas fello fellotine
has to suffer lufer The Senate spoke their theirsentiments theirsentments lid lidsemitimeirts
sentiments sentments upon UPOI the Cuban matter mater but butSpeaker butSpenker bti btiSpeaker
Speaker Reed held hell back the Home 10uie at atthe atthe a athe
the instigation In taton It is II said lail of Mr lr M MKimuloy Mc McKinloy ¬
Kinloy 1 < lnley At last Providence Intervened Intervenedthe Intervenedthe intervenedtIme
the Maine Ialn was blown up then the thopeople th thpeopho
people spoke for the lie first rlt time tme an anlemanilod and anddemanded anddemanllel
demanded demanllel retribution retributon McKinley wns wnsfrightened wnsfrightened wa wafiighitenel
frightened and al11 getting gettlg behind behlnl a big bi biscreen I Iscreen
screen srreel xhlepered vblperel out War is 1 tom torrlble tomrible
rlble but Alger you Oll get together togetherioOOOO togetheo0O00
ioOOOO 0000 soldiers soldler and anl Abner you ou get getbig a abig
big bl transport fleet feet and Long you an anretlily and andTeddy andTedly I
Teddy Tedly must buy all the lie warships that thatare thu thuire
are for sale at any alY price Send flaw Dlw Dlwman flawrilan 1 1man
man over to scour Europe and al11 got nil ni al alhie j jthe Ithe
the hie ships shlJ and ammunition ammuniton you ou can canCongress canongrees I
Congress COlgre ongrees had been ben ready for a year yearto Ylar yea yeao
to o appropriate the money to give phe SpaiiL Spain Spaina I
a L good drubbing so the money flow flowand few fewanl fbi fbini
and anl ni the lie Old 011 Man Mal was Wll on his feet The Theinside TheInside Tb Tbinside
inside of that whole farce played a ais so soas
as is to blind blnd the eyes of the American Americanpeople Americanpeople Americaeople
people eople was enacted to the queens queenstaste queen queenaste
taste tate aste If the Inside of this thl comedy ot oterrors o orrors
errors Is ever written writen by an expert expertlike expertlke expen expenike
like lke ike Maclay or 01 some one familiar famiar with withthe wih wit witlio
the lio circumstances crcumtances it will wl show up the thegrossest theroSest tb tbtrouoet
grossest roSest mismanagement ever known knownIn knownIn knowiii
In ii the history of our country Not Notonly Notonly No Nonly
only nly the war but the results resuls that have havefollowed havefolowed hay haylohlowed
followed folowed in its wake A good rending rendingbook rodlng rodlngbook reiuhiniook
book ook would woul be Alger against Miles MilesMcKInley MilesMcKinley Ie8 Ie8trKlnley
McKInley on the fence and Shatter Shatterfanning Shafterfanning Shafteaiining
fanning himself seven miles mies from San Santiago Santa Sanin ¬
tiago ta in Another good book would be beLong beLong hi hiLong
Long against a11Jst Schley Sampson ten tenmiles tenmies tar tarnibs
miles mies away taking tea on board the thogreat thegreat tb tbmeat
great battleship batteship the New York An Another Another Anther ¬
other ther would be the Three hree Great Grea He Heroes le leroes ¬
roes 005 of the Santiago Santago Campaign CampaignCor CampaignCorbin Cor Corbin
bin lii Crownlnshleld and Heistand Ielltanl We Wedo V Vho
do ho not intend to include the material materialwhich materialwhich matorinviiich
which 10 will wl go with wih these books In this thisarticle thisartcl thu thuirticle
article artcl but we will wi simply give the thetitles theI hi hiitlca
I titles ttes itlca and allude alude to some of the stand standing standIn standng ¬
ing In ng features of tho lie table of contents contentsSee contentsSee contentsSee
See the he first frlt Alger a small smal man in ina ina ii iiI
a I great place hating batng with wih an inborn inbornhatred Inbornhatred inborsuntrod
hatred Miles ies the he bead of the Armyle Army ArmyHe ArmyHe
He le was allowed alowed by his Royal Weak Weakness Wenknoss Weaklose ¬
ness to show this venom on every eery oc occasion 01 01caslon ocwiden ¬
widen His 1s mutual friend frlenl nnd mili military mi null nullcry ¬
tary cry adviser to the President Corbln Corblnwas Corbinwas Corblnvas
was placed placel in sucr such u L position positon that be becould hecould hit
could 01111 at every turn humiliate humiate Miles Milesand 1Ies 1Iesanll Milestad
and so the merry war went on onitrong A Astrong Astrong
strong man like lke Harrison Harrion or Cleve Cleveland Cleveland Cloveand ¬
land and would WOIIII have stopped stoppel such sUel non nonsonce nonsence nononce
sonce once In one moment moment But the weak weakand weakanlf wealInr
and oily oiy McKInley let It go o on al until untilthe unt untithe
the he American Americn people demanded thuilsmnissal the thodismissal theIlsmlssal
dismissal Ilsmlssal of Alger AlgC and nld then the lie poor poorweak poorweak pooryeah
weak Master of Ceremonies at the tboWhite theWhite thuVhie
White House couldnt couhnt muster up courge cour courage courage ¬
age ge enough to nsk Alger to get out outHe outHe outle
He le had to have a dying man Vice VicePresident VicePreident Viceresident
President Preident Hobart to do his dirty dirt work workIn workIn worka
In a the matter mlter of Long and Schley Schl y the theoily thealy hit hitrily
oily rily William Wilam line bs shut both eyes and andallowed andsUowel am amillowed
allowed sUowel the tle underlings in the he NavIepartment Navy NavyDepartment NavyDepartment
Department to throw mud at him ever eversince eer eersince eve eveince
since ince he destroyed Cerveras fleet at atSantiago atSantago a a3cintiago
Santiago Santago The character of men that thatwin thatwin the thevia
win via the confidence contence of the President Presidentnro Preldent Preldentare Presidentire
are ire men like lke Corbln Sampson Sampln Heath HeathDawes nEtb nEtbDawes I1atfiawes
Dawes awes Vanderllp Vanderlp and the othfj otl otb conldomice con confidence confdencc ¬
fidence fdencc men of that staajji It of whom whomthere whomthere whiowhere
there here are many in Washington lslngton He Hecould Hecould IIcould
could ould have stoppoa stoPZ11 that whole non nonsense nonlnle nononse ¬
sense lnle onse iy i Jut two moments but no nohis nohis noifs
his ifs goolness gotness knows no bounds bouRls Miles Milesnnd Mies Miesand Mileend
and nd Sililey Sllley are not gentlemen gentemen they theycant theycant theynnt
cant nnt talk nice nnd they dont 10nt drink drinktea drinktea drinken
tea en like lke the dudes of the tle lie Administra Administration Admlnlstraton Adminlstraion ¬
tion ion Messrs essrs Corbin Crownlnshleld Crownlnshleldnnd Crownlnshleldnnl Crownlnshuieldfll
nnd ton fll Heistand lelstanl who enjoy enjoy the full ful con confidence conf10nce costLilemuce ¬
nnl fidence f10nce of the President nnd have Imvea Imveafree a afree aroe
free roe hand to do as they please and saya say sayns sayns
ns a mean things ns thep tlep please about abouttheir nboutther aboutheir
their ther heir superiors How long would such suchn suchman
n man mln as Harrison stand staOl this his arrant arrantnonsence arrnt arrntnonsenco arrantonsenco
nonsence onsenco A weak eale man will wl always alwayshave nlwaYI alwaysaye
have aye weak men around him McKInley McKInleyIs lcKlnleyIs
Is 3 not and never was an admirer of ofstrong ofstrong oftrong
strong anl men he prefers men of his hisown hisown hiswn
own wn kind Sappy weakkneed posing posinggentlemen posinggentemen posingentlemen
gentlemen gentemen entlemen like lke the Darkle pastor pastoranyone pastoranyone pastornyone
anyone in fact that says dat Iat de Pres President PresIlent Preabent ¬
ident Ilent bent is de Ia mos pefect getleman geteman I Ieber Ieber Itrnr
eber trnr saw sw That catches McKInley McKInleynnd IcIlnleyand
and 81 such sucl men can cl always get a job jobMcKInley jobMcKinley jobicKlnloy
McKInley was always parading paraling his hislove hisloe lilawe
love we for Republicans lepublcans but we could coul give givetho givethe
the 10 names of more Copperheads in big bigplaces bigplaces biglaces
places laces today todlY than ever before We Wewill Wewi Weill
will wi ill only mention menton two Cortelyou his hisconfidential hisconfdental hisunflilentlal
confidential confdental man and anl Alles Ales confiden confidential confden confdental confidenal ¬
tial tal al man mal to Gage We might think of ofa ofa oflot
a lot mere but those two will w suffice sufficeThere sufce sufceThere suiflcehere
There here Is not in the great Republicanirty Republican Republicanparty Republcan Republcanparty
party irty one man that knows enough enoughthat enoughtlat enoughnit
that tlat nit is good enough enouJh to be secretary to tothe tothe
the 10 President Presilent He Je must take Cartel Cortolni Cortelyou Cartelyou ¬
you ni and Mr Cleveland says that Mc McKInley Mciuloy Ic Ic1lnley ¬
KInley iuloy is wise In doing It I Cortelyou Cortelyouknows Cortelyouknows Cortelyoulows
knows lows enough not to have a mind mindabout mlnllabout mindiout
about iout anything He Is I simply mum mumMcKinloy mumcKlnley mtunicKhiuloy
McKinloy cKlnley dont dOlt want a secretary that thathas thathas thatis
has is a mind Ho le dont dOlt want anyone anyonenear onyonl anyonemr
near mr him that knows a thing or two twoWe twoWe
We 0 mention menton these thel few things because becausethe becAusetie becauseiC
the tie iC campaigns In 11 Ohio and IRd Now York Yorkare Yorkare Yorke
are e to be fought on the stale plank of ofMcKlnleylsra ofIcKlnleylsm ofcKimileyism
McKlnleylsra We accept the Issue Issueand Issueand issueId
and Id predict prelict that lint when th the votes otes aretinted are arocounted arecounteel
counted tinted Mr McKInley will wi find fld that
50000 000 good Republicans Hepublcnns have voted otel for foran foran forI
an I honest honelt man 1an and his name is 111m 111mboune Nil Nilurne Kllbourne
bourne boune urne McKInley has fooled the old oldsoldiers oldsoldiers oldIdlers
soldiers Idlers time tme and altl again but they have haveput haveput haveit
put it on the war paint pailt and will w teach tenchhtm teachhim teachm
him m a lesson Colonel Hanna Janna General GeneralDick GeneralDrk GeneralLek
Dick Drk Lek and Gen PardonBroker ParlelDroker Ores Groavenor Gro Oresliar
venor vel0 liar may flIB be able to continue contnue posing posingand posingand oeing oeingil
and il inviting Invltl the lie boys to a love feast feastbut feasthut feastit
but it the lie boys will wl not forget that hun hundreds hunIlrel bunede ¬
dreds Ilrel ede have lost their places pilce8 because becausethey becausethey becauseey
they ey thought Evans ought ougl to go goOnrolUm golrol1uI gorolimi
OnrolUm lrol1uI rolimi UngLue lrlcblK are absolutely Rlllllelllr RlllllelllrJ purr purrJ pureJ
J A S fends lell1 in a 1 communication comnniunleatlonegantly communicationelegantly cemnu11caton cemnu11catone18anty
elegantly e18anty egantly written writen on both bth sides sltes of the thesheet thesht theleSt
sheet leSt and containing tome 10ne severe crit criticisms crl cnitienue ¬
icisms ienue on 01 the park policeman llolceman In the theEastern tbelaltern theastern
Eastern laltern astern section erton who allows drunks drunksto drunksoccupy
to occupy oCCIPy the t1e lie seat setPI seas and RIIl dudes 11les known knownRI knownthe
RI the park rtfler rlle to Intuit ladles ladlesbecause lalles lallesecaul ladiesentree
because ecaul entree the lie said sall salt W chmiui clmIU Is afraid afraidPlease araid araidPleRe afraidtease
Please PleRe tease name the Jrk rk Inl and nd the officer officerand ofcer ofcerand omceruI
and uI write wrie only on one side Ilde of the sheetpaper sheet sheetof Iheetof
of paper paperThe lperThe paperThis
The cofteecoolori cofeeooolerl of th the Land Lnd Of Office Oflice Ofa ¬
lice a claim they tloy had permission ermlllon to use usethe usetie useS
the tie S gas J8 the people have to pay py for forWho forWho fortie
Who tie gave IRVe them permission think you yougentle youAente yountlo
gentle Aente ntlo reader Why one OUI of the pub public pubIc pubservants ¬
lic Ic servants a taxeater like lke them themselves themelve themyes ¬
selves elve yes occupying a little ltle hittl higher hlfher posh poshn ¬
tion ton n and drawing dmwllg mor more salary Whore
did I this lila Individual Indlvilual get his authority
to give permission permissionUirollon permlsionIolnn permissionitmilna
Uirollon itmilna Iolnn lirlihti Urlhllle hJrllut are absolutely absolltl pure pur I
Is J Mr Ir Wilson Wison Cabinet Officer Otcer and andSecretary anl andSecretary
Secretary of Agriculture AgricultureAND AgrIculure AgrIculureAND AgricultureAND
Who Guards His Sacrnd Person from Intrusion Intrusionb
b by the Common People Is Cub Wilson WilsonPrivate Wison WisonPIate WiiionPrisate
Private PIate Secretary Secretar and a d TatEaler TalEalerA A Respect Respectable Respectable Respectable ¬
able Lady Lad Her Private Letter and Experience Experiencewith Experiencewih Experiencewith
with wih the Cub1 Cub1The Cub CubThe CubThe
The intelligent intelgent reader will wi readily readilycomprehend readiy readiycomprehend readilycomproliond
comprehend that the following folowing letterwas letter letterwas leter leterwas
was not Intended Intonde for publication publcten It Ittherefore I Ittherefore
therefore more accurately details detis and andwithout andwihout andwithout
without wihout exaggeration exaggeraton the Impertinent inipertinezutsupercilious Impertinentsupercilious Impertnent Impertnentsupercious
supercilious supercious and offensive ofen live conduct of ofthe otthe ofthe
the petty pety servants of the people peple who whoare whoare whoare
are I assigned aslgled by b the heads head of Departmonts Depart Departments Departmonts ¬
monts to guard their persons perons from in intrusion intruslon intrusion ¬
trusion and incidentally Incidentaly Insult respect respectable repectable respectable ¬
able I men and women seeking seekln infornxuIon Informa Information Inform ¬
tion t ton Ion or 01 Interviews Interiew with these great greatmen greatmon reat reatmen
men menIn menIn monIn
In the present case It I Is all al the monooutrageous more moreoutrageous moreoutrageoul
outrageous Inasmuch an al the head hed of ofthe ofthe oftue
the Department Dlpaltment sought Is supposed to torepresent torelresent torepresent
represent tho plebeian plelelln element IUPPe In our ourpopulation ourpopullton ouriioluilutlon
population popullton of aristocrats ni istocrats plutocrats plutocratsdudes plutocratsdudes plutoeratadmlas
dudes I and lickspittles lickspittlesSecretary Helespltes HelespltesI hickspittlesSecretary
Secretary Wilson Wlion fills tls a Cabinet position po position p ¬
sition I slton created to carry crry out the pretense preUniothat preten8ethat pretensethat
that this Is a Government Goverment In which the thoplain theplain theplain
plain people have a voice olce The honest honestfarmers honestfarmers honestfarmers
farmers I of the country countrthe the bone bne and andsinew andsinew andsinew
sinew I of the land lanlltolers landtoilers tollers from sun sunrise Runrl8e sunrise ¬
rise to sunset are lre supposed to have in inthe inthe inthe
the I Secretary of Agriculture Agriculure a I repre representative repreentoUve repieeentaive ¬
sentative I in their class How much a arepresentative arepresentatve arepresentative
representative representatve he Is and how close thts thtsScotchman thtsScotchman thisScotchmnn
Scotchman is to the masses muael of the theagricultural theaglculturl1 theagricultural
agricultural aglculturl1 and toiling tolng population populaton Is Isknown 11 Isknown
known here In Washington Walhlngtol where here it ithas ithns itline
has become a byword that It I Is easier easierfor ealerfor easierfor
for an Englishman to tee ee King Edward Edwardthan Edwardthan Edwardlien
than lien It I is for an American citizen citzen to toobtain toobtain toobtain
obtain an audience with Mr Wilson WilsonSecretary Wllon WllonSccretary WilsonSecretary
Secretary of Agriculture Agriculure But lut we have haveforgotten kvo kvoforgoten avo avoforgotten
forgotten forgoten the ladys leter letter tter to a friend frltnddetailing frienddetaing frienddetailing
detailing detaing her experience Here it is isG 1s20G IsjoG
joG G 10S E July 23 1901DsIE 1901 1901DKAK 1101 1101DrAI
You told me mi the editor edior of The Globe Globewas Gobe GobeWil Globewas
was Wil a friend of yours Olrl I wish wlh youwould you youwould youwould
would get him to write wrie up that cub the theprivate theprivate theiwlvato
private secretary of the hue Secretary Secrtlry ot otAgriculture atAgrIculue ofAgriculture
Agriculture AgrIculue Wilson Wilon The cub Is hision his hisson hIsson
son I understand the Mirror lrror wrote wrotehim wrotehim wrotehim
him up fine fno In last weeks weeks paper say sayIng layIng sayIng
Ing he had better beter be back In Iowamilking Iowa Iowamilking Iowamlklnc
milking mlklnc the cows plowing etc If I I Ican Ican Iian
can get the lie article artcle I will wl send snd it with withmy wih wihmy withny
my card to Senator Allison Alson I had hal oc occasion occaslon ocaslon ¬
casion aslon to call cal to see the Secretary this thisweek thisweel thisweek
week but I did not see him The cub cubstops cubstops cubtops
stops tops every everyone one and nnl opens all al mall mal so soyou soyou soyou
you are headed off when you try to toroach toreach toeacli
roach him by letter leter The present presnt son sonIs Jon JonIs sonIs
Is the second one that hint Is going to tofeather tofeatllr toteather
feather featllr his nest net The other one went wentto wentto wentLo
to Lo Paris Pa at the lie expense of Uncle Sam SamI
I I Intended to write an article myself myselffor myselfror
for The Globe but I am so busy this thisweak thisweekdaughter
weak weekdaughter daughter and I Just returned returnedfrom returnedrroni
from Havre de Grace we went for one oneweeks oneyeahs
weeks visit Had a very pleasant pleasanttime pleasantime
time timeIt imeIt
It makes a man or woman f feel l so socheap soheap
cheap heap to go before a snip to 0 plMd for fora fora
a a soldier or hlr hi wh S4 WFa Mi1oe Mi1oeLion J fW l ltlon
Lion and have him jrl you they had hadbetter hadbetter
better take the ciril civilsenIce rvlce ocamlna ocamlnatlon examinaLion
Lion That is more than he could do doICHI dotcM
ICHI will note I have lots of love for forthis forhue
this person Give my love to Miss MissRichards Missticliards
Richards Trust you are all alive this thishot thistot
hot weather Come and see us when whenyou whenmu
you mu can canWith canVith
With kind regards regardsSincerely rognideSincerely
Sincerely years
Mns Ins G L T TThe TThe
The author of the letter will be besimply beImply
simply astonished to see It in print printThe printrue
The friend to whom It was sent was wasprevailed wasrevailed
prevailed revailed upon to permit its pubhicaion publicn
lion ion Tho lady writer of the lie letter is isn isL
n L woman of superior position and de desired e eiretl ¬
sired iretl to see the Secretary in behalf of ofan ofIii
an Iii old soldiers widow for whom she shewanted shevanted
wanted to secure an humble position positionThe positionrue
The rue cub positively refused to admiticr admit
her icr to the lie Secretarys presence and andnsohontly
Insolently demanded her business up upon upin ¬
on in being Informed of which he sneer sneerngly
Ingly ngly and flippantly ended ths thr Inter Interview ¬
view jew by saying
Wo Vo cant do anything In this mat mator
ter or let this lila applicant apply for a civil civilservice civilervice
service ervice examination turned on his hiseel
heel eel and disappeared through a door doorway doorny ¬
way wayAnd ny nyAntI
And this Is the lie office treated for the
plain lain people the honest farmers and
of t which n naturalized Scotchman is
the ho head The Iowa farmers may well wellexclaim wellxclalm
exclaim Upon what meat doth this
our Ut Crosar feed that he has grown so sogreat sorent
great greatThe rent rentThe
The nepotism of this tlui Scotch Cabinet
officer Is n disgrace to the country His
sons Dna relatives and kinfolk fill the best
paying aIring positions In his gift and
neither either merit nor faithful service to
the ie Government Is recognized by him
In i the lie promotion or retention In posione posi ¬
tions one of the old and faithful employee
of r the Department
The Globe has been lu receipt of
numberless communications of and
concerning tho Agricultural Depart ¬
ment lent all but a few of which were
thrown irowu In the Wastebasket to the dis ¬
gust list no douht of the writers but wo
have avo been beo Inclined heretofore to re ¬
gard trd Mr Wilsons Department with
special locJaI leniency bemuse of Its nuppos
od I touch with the lie agricultural element
nnd id the supposedly democratic charac ¬
ter ir of its administration Dlialluilon
ed I repeatedly In this thi respect this last
straw raw of this iris young cub acting with withtuii
ore linutoumr tuii than ittnti nil an cvjuciry equerry U of II the
King lag of England has determined us
for ir tire future to insist on behalf of
the to people for whom the Department
was is created on on more American and less
Scotch Otcii courtesy towards the individ ¬
uals tIe having legitimate business with
Its a head The Kiireopeau and aristo anletoSitic ¬
cratic Sitic methods Imported by Mr Wil Vll ¬
sons ns other son who did the he Conti ¬
nent tilt anti sojourned In Paris at the
expense pensa of the taxpayer will not be
tolerated leratel here and the sooner Papa
IVIUon iison recognfiet reeognis this fact the lie more morendiicite
conducive ndiicite to his lii peace of mind and toe to
the e good of the Government service
will Ill be the lie result of such realisation reslisationI
on I his part partIt partIt
It appears Abner McKInley li inter interested interted ¬
ested ted in the canvas or mall bag con conact ¬
tract act and the lie women p per r consequence consequencework conseqItenceork
work ork for 10 or RO cents eent per diem while whilethe
the 6 superintendent and his son on draw drawbetween drawtween
between tween them J10 10 per day dnyWriting dayl1rItlng
Writing on both sides of tire chest shettli chestone
li one of the manias of our St Eliza Elizabeths Iiza Iizathe ¬
beths the Asylum correspondents All such tuchfavors suchVol5
favors Vol5 necessarily go o to the warto wartoIxwket waeschat
Ixwket IxwketThe chat chatThe
The Taylors Tayloraniother mother daughter aad aadson aistia
son a tho two former In the Treasury Treasuryand
and d the latter In the Pension Offto Offtoare O1fl O1flS
are S doing only fairly well

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