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Read Every EveryDay everyDay
Day In the Wak W k
The Superintendent t of the Free FreeDelivery PreeJt FreeDe1ivyIIO1ed
Jt Delivery De1ivyIIO1ed De1ivyIIO1edTHE Holed HoledTHE 1I01edI
Of That 300 Note Which Mr MMJIM In Indorsed Indorsed Indorsed ¬
dorsed and His Relatives Borrowed Prem Premising Plfmising trenIsing ¬
ising and andSecurlng Securing a Position f for r the Lemer Lemerof lOllllrof Lesarof
of the SameThe Ladj Tells Mr Mitten Misttnthe Mlslenthe Mittenthe
the StorJ StoryA StorJlonr StorjA
A long ong time be ran and nd a long Ion long time timehe timehe timehe
he fought foughtIn foughtIn ZoughtIii
In the darkness ot night he was cap captured capI capttired ¬
tured at last lastFor lutFor lastFor
I For the Fax must sleep ieep times the th wild wilddeer wilddeer wilddeer
deer must rest restAnd reltAnd rtAnd
And treaofaery pray pre on the blood of the thebast thebt thebet
bet bastThis btThll betThIe
This verse from Sbamus OBrien OBriencame OBrleDClallle OBriencame
came jingling to our ear ear eari In an Inter Internal interNIt interai1 ¬
NIt and Infernal repetition while whilewe whilewe1ttMd we wellsteued weIIMIi8d
llsteued to the story which follows tollowlAuput followAuput f fAugaut
Auput W Maohen Superintendent Superintendentof
of the tb Free Fr Delivery endorsed a note notefor notetor notefor
for 300 which hla relatives borrowed borrowedfrom borrowedI
N a post position poallion posttion ¬
I from a lady who was promised
tion In the Department by both Mr MrMaohen MrV Mra
a V Maohen 11 ahen himself and by I > y the relatives relativeswho relatlveaI reatIveawho
I who borrowed the money The note notewaa noteWas notewas
Was for one year and wu duly pro protesteu prott protaSt41
testeu tt and the evidence of the protest protestloan protestloan protestloan
loan etc I is In our possession Yet Yetstrange YetItranle Yetstrange
strange to say this thl whole history puts putsAugust putsAlllult putsAugust
August W Maohn Superintendent of offree ofhee of1ree
free Delivery in a better light from fromour fromour fromour
our personal point OInt of view iew whatever whatevermay whatevelI whatevermay
I may be officially thought of it tuan manwe tuanI
I we w anticipated or than w we have here heretofore heretofore heretoter ¬
I tofore regarded him u a servant rvant of the thepeople tbeIaOJlle thei
i people peopleIn IaOJlleIn peopleIn
In this thl history Mr Machen has hasproven bur hasproven
proven himself a a loyal son and an af affectionate aft80Uonate affeotionate ¬
fectionate brother whatever else may maybe maybe maybe
be said ald of him We respect these at attributes attributes attributes ¬
r tributes so much in the man that our ourconscience ourcon ourconscience
conscience con clence pricks us u in criticising the theofficial tbeomclal theofficial
official These The qualities in a son and andbrother aDdbrothr andbrother
brother redeems > > in our eyes the black blackest blackest bleekeat ¬
est and most reprehensible official acts actsand actsaDd actsand
and but that we have h a duty to per perform perI perform ¬
I form this history hItol would remain un unwritten Unwritten ¬ I
written or at least unpublished unpublishedMr
Mr Machen deserves deHrv the love and at affection ati attetlon ¬
i fection of his relatives rlaUv for he has been beenIndefatigable beenI beenIndefatigable
Indefatigable in advancing their for fortune forr fortunas ¬
I tune tun HI fits energy enrl and unselflshnons in inthis Inthll Inthis
r this respect are truly admirable and nmtshows RnllI andshows
I shows the real nature natureot of the man In Inthat Inthat Inthat
that nature we w recognize recoll some affinity affinityto amnltyto affinityto
to our own port IH pe I and If fate In his hisease hisoa hiscue
ease oa as in ours has made him the theuuffer thet theuniter
t uuffer Jltr upon which all blows must be bedelivered beI bedelivered
I delivered before reaching reachll those for forwhom forwhom forwhom
whom ha h steads taud It is 1 hIs hi privilege and andlrtrte andr14e andrMs
lrtrte r14e ao w dou debjtc tr WII stapii Id up like a man manand manand manand
and take hi hll medicine medicineMut me medcInjsit lcln lclndllt
Mut to the story The Tb Olobe will willnarrate willnarrate willnarrate
narrate it as succlsntly as Its nature naturewill naturew111 naturewill
will allow The lady as stated tated had hadsome badII hadnome
II some some money left eft her as the real reRldue due of ofher off ofher
f her usbands estate and coming to toWashington toWo1shmgton toWashington
Washington to secure employment mplomtl1tln mplomtl1tln1Iomo in insomo Inomo
somo omo ot the Departments of the Gov Government GIJIIoernment Governmont ¬
ernment made the acquaintance of Mr MrMaohens MrMaohens MrMachona
Maohens relatives They became inti intimate Intimater IntimatfrIenda ¬
mate matfrIenda friends and of course the widow widowof widowot widowof
of the bravo Union omcer made a aeon aeonl1dnnt eon eonfldant eonIldant
fldant of her new found acquaintances acquaintancesThey aaqualntanceeTloy acquaintanceT4o1
They praised their relative August Augusttold AUIl1ttold Augusttold
told the widow ot his Influence In uence and andpromised andpromised andpromised
promised her to Interest him In her herbehalf herbehalr herbehalf
behalf Just like relatives relntlv will do 10 by bytho bythe bythe
the way pile on the burden on the only onlybreadwinner oplybreadwlnner qplybreadwinner
breadwinner or man of parts part in the thefamily thetamnY thefamily
family So Mr Machen was saddled saddledwith saddledwith addledwith
with an extra charge and another ap applicant applicant applicant ¬
plicant had to be provided rovlded for Mean Meanwhile MeaDwhile Meanwhile ¬
while however these the e relatives and andnot and110t andjiot
not Superintendent Machen it will be benoted benoted benoted
noted borrowed 100 from the widow widowBeing widowDelng widowileing
Being friends and corellglonlts she sheloanol ehe1oane sheloanol
loanol 1oane it unhesitatingly And It as asall aeall a aall
all very proper that she should do so soTnliigs eoInluge soInlugs
Tnliigs went along and drifted for forabout forabout forabout
about a year the refined and sensitive sensitivewidow len sensitivewidow 1t1ve 1t1vewidow
widow trying every Department for a ajob ajGb acb
job cb What That she suffered nobody knows knowsbut know knowbut knowbut
but herself and nobody can Imagine Imagineexcept Imagineexcept Imagineexcept
except some person who has ha made mad r ade the therounds therounds therounda
rounds like herself of chief and ap appointment appolntment appointment ¬
pointment clerk Her recommendations recommendationsand
and letter were of the very highest highestand hillheltand highestand
and most mo t unexceptional character but butsho butaho
1 aho herself was chaste aad she be had hadneither hadneither hadneither
neither Senator nor Congressman to toback toI toback
I back ner up Besides Grover Clove Cloveland Clev Clevland Cieveland
land was President ot the United UnitedStates UnltetlSt UnitedBtato
States St te l She tried to see that plated platedgod plAtedI platedgod
I god but got no further than the cot colored 001ored cotoreI ¬
ored Individual with the expansive ab abdomen abdomen abdonien ¬
domen who Bits In the outer office and andis andI
I is B a bigger man than tue President of ofSan atSan ofSan
San Domingo DomingoAgain DomingoAgain DomingoAgain
Again the relatives of Mr Machen Machenmade 1I1achenrwas Machenmade
made another touch This time 200 200fwas
41 rwas asked a kd for but the widow hesitated hwltatedand hnltatedand hesitatedand
and said ald she would think about It The Therelatives Therelatives Therelatives
relatives pressed for the loan with wi th the theassurances tb tba theaeauraflies
assurances a urantes that Gus would land her in ina Ina Ina I
a nice nlo job The widow consulted cou u1ted a afriend aj afriend
friend a lady who moved In the very verybest ver verbeet verybeet
beet olreles and who understood bUll business bUllI huMeee ¬
ness nee eee Acting on her advice the widow widowInformed widow2ntotmed widow1nfomed
I j Informed tue relative ot Mr Machen Machenthat Machenthat Machenthat
that she would loan the money on a anote a anote aiote
note endorsed by Gui Ou and on his bl prom promise promI promk ¬ 1
k lee to herself of a position Thena Thenaterms TheRAj Thoeeterms
j terms term were accepted and an II the evening eveningappointed evenlnlrI eveningppoited
I appointed to deliver the money Mr MrAiAohen Mraobea Ir Ir1Ii
AiAohen 1Ii aobea ohen was confined to hi his room with withillness withIUq withIllness
I illness IUq but th the widow and her lady ladyfriend ladyfrlnd ladyfriend I
friend saw him and explained matters mattersHe matteraI matterslIe I
He thankd th the widow for her kind kindness kindI kindneie ¬
ness 71 to his relative and promised to tofind tofind tolint
I find lint her a a situation Whereupon the thewidow thewillow thewidow
widow turned over to the relatives the theIOO thefloG
I floG IOO and received reeelv d the 300 note duly dulyondorswl dulyndo dulyendorsl
ondorswl ndo 1 by August W Machen MachenMr MAChenMr MachenMr
Mr Maohen had a II perfect trtect right to toendorse toendorle tondores
endorse ndores a 0 note for his relatives relativeare We Weare Weare
are not so clear that he was justified justifiedIn
In promising a a job but such uah a promise promiseis proml promlis
is not at least criminal Towevar owever the thabargain thebargain thebargain
bargain was made and the widow whlo felt feltcorrespondingly feltaorrllPondlngly feltcorrespondingly
correspondingly happy happyThing happyThin happyThings
Thing Thin again drifted drifted quite quitetoo Quittoo quiteI
I too much to suit the th widow drifted driftedIn drifted1n
In fact until the note fell due at 8 per percent prlCent percant
cent although the relatives rlatlv offered to tomake tomake tomake
make it 8 per cent but the widow was waseatisfled wusatisfied wassattefled
satisfied with 6 Then she consulted consultedlor conlUltedber consultedber
ber friend and th the cashier or teller ot otthe otthe ofthe
the bank and was asked If she Ih would wouldvalve wouldwaive wouldwatve
valve protect This Tltl she b did not under understand underatAnd undertnd ¬
stand tnd and so Informed Mr fr Maobens Maobensmessenger J Macbenseseenger chen chenme
messenger me eseenger eenger A hurryup message was wasE wuII wasB
E < nt to her to com come to Mr Maeliens Maelienstho Macheastho MacIieaslIio
tho Be He was ill again Iter f friend and andJicreelf anderselt I IJ1cJ1Ielf
Jicreelf erselt appeared Pho h ba was 118 then en prom
Iscd a nice position in Baltimore and andGua andGUIt andGus
Gus himself would take her there It Itshould Itshould Itshould
should be stated that she h left the city cityafter cityattel cityafter
after loaning louln the 200 after tter waiting waitinguntil walUl1Cuntil waitingUntil
until she be was wa tired for a job She Sh left leftword lettword leftword
word and her address with her eels relatives rel reltlv eelstires ¬
tires tlv to notify notlt her when Gus had found foundH founllI foundit
H I Month after month rolled by y and andshe alll1h andshe
she h wrote Mr Machen that she would wouldcancel wouldcancel wouldcancet
cancel the note if he b would place her in inoiis InOUt inous
OUt of th the Departments To this she shegot ahelOt shegot
got no answer so the note being due dueshe dtteIbe dueshe
she wrote to the relatives relatlv for its pay payment payment paymeat ¬
ment They answered in surprised surprisedtones lIurPrtJetltonea surprijedtones
tones after net1 iei letter to Gus Gu offering offeringto
to cancel cancel1t It reassuring her that the job jobwould jobwould jobwould
would be bellolI bealong along all right etc etcThe etcIhe etcThe
The widow however as stated on onascertaining ona onascertaining
ascertaining a certahlln that the only way to hold holdthe holltthe holdthe
the endorser was by having the note noteprotested notelIrQtelted notepruteLsd
protested came to the city clt and lUll did so soAfter soLiter 0 0Attar
After this thl act Qus Qu was w not so cor cordial cordial cordial
dial nor would w we be either so we wedo w wdo wedo
do not blame Gus Gu lie however took tookthe tooklbe tookthe
the widow Idow to Baltimore and had her herassigned herIIIIIIDed herassigned
assigned to work in the postotflce po loltlce It Itwas Itwu Itwas
was hard work and It is i a long lonllitorr lonllitorratter story storyafter itoryafter
after this thl She 8h he WM aa superintendent nperlntadentlaborer la laborer laborer ¬
borer and mechanic respectively on ontue ontu ontee
tee tu payroll and everything verthln was done doneto doneto doneto
to freest tree her out but she sh not under understanding underItaDdln understanding ¬
standing ItaDdln matters worked on In the di directory dlrectory directory ¬
rectory part of the office the one she shewas shewas h hwal
was least fitted for as a she he did not notknow Dotknow notknow
know a soul eoulin in Baltimore BaltimoreAt
At length made desperate by separa separation leparatlon separation ¬
tion from her aged mother and nearly nearlydead DearlyIlead nearlydead
dead from the work she eh Anally sue succeeded 1U00ceeded sueceeded ¬
ceeded somehow or other in being beingtransferred belnllraDlferred beingtransferred
transferred to her present place In a aPennsylvnnia aPenneylvanla aPennsylvania
Pennsylvania city where her mother motherand motherand
and friends reside re 1de The Work ork is I too toohard toohard
hard for her In this place and she he is isIn isin
In despair She Is trying to get trans transferred trn trnferred traneferred ¬
ferred to some eom Department in Wash Washington WuhInlton Washington ¬
ington ingtonShe InltonShe ingtonShe
She came here last week and the theweek theweek theweek
week hefore the first time to see the theauthorities theauthorities theauthorities
authorities the second time to see a afriend afriend afriend
friend She related her story to Mr MrVatsen Mratljin Mratnen
Vatsen atljin but he h frankly told her that thathe thllthe thatha
he disbelieved her tale and would in investigate InvIIUlale investigato ¬
vestigate the matter Mr Matsen has hasnothing hallnothing hasnothing
nothing to investigate The note not has hasbeen 11ubeeu beebeen
been paid The widow is out nothing nothingand RothlDIand nothingand
and she ho has a job such as it is I She Shedid Sbedid Shethd
did not loan the money to Mr Machen Machenbut Machenbut Machenbut
but to Mr Aachens relatives and they theyhave theyhave theyhave
have returned the th amount amountAs amountAi amountAs
As we intimated In the beginning beginningwe
we w feel oneself sympathizing with Gus GusHis OUIHie GusHis
His relatives relattv bring brln him down It he is isfired IIftred i ifired
fired for this Such are relatives the theworld theworld theworld
world over ov r Thj only safe proposition propositionor
for or an ambitious energetic Deretlc man who whoendeavors whoendeavor whoendeavors
endeavors to forge ahead is to sum summon summon um ummOD ¬
mon at the he beginning begin Ding of his career all allhis allhll allhi
his hi known relatives to a banquet and andpoison andpOllon andpoison
poison the th last one of them It he hemakes hemakea hemakes
makes an exception be Is ruined soon sooner looner soonor ¬
er or later Superintendent Machen Machenwas Machenwas Machenwa8
was too loving and affectionate to do dothis dothis
this And here ii I the result His rela relatives relatlvel relatives ¬
tives borrow 1300 300 Induce him to en endorse eDdor endorm ¬
dorm dor e the note make him promise to tosecure tolelure tosecure
secure a position for the leaner of the themoney themoney themoney
money which he finally does doe but the theposition thepoelUon theposition
position not being beln anything any thin like ilk his hisrelatives hllrelativel htsrelatives
relatives and subsequently himself himselfpromised hlmHlfproml himselfpromied
promised proml the t tb widow WQw here he is at t the theblock theIJJ1d theend
end ot the ttiniuoktng toottn dO dos on tile tileblock tieblock
block where his official heat hestis is to rest restwhile f81twhile restwhile
while the PostmasterGeneral Potm terGensral swipes IwiPlilt IwiPliltoft it itoff itoff
off close to his spine spinetVe IplneVie spineWe
Vie regret If Gus loses his hi head In Insuch Insuch insuch
such a R good cause We had h l much rather rathercatch rathrcatch rathercatch
catch him and Brer Abner in some somedeviltry lomeelivlltry somedeviltry
deviltry and uus iUI may not believe bell ve it itbut Itbut itbut
but we hope he will swim ashore In Intuis Int41e intULA
tuis case ca all right and that this thl Is I the theend theend theend
end of the affair affairWe atralrWe affairWe
We have had relatives relaUv toe toeTEN toeTEN toeTEN
How the Protege of Justice White WhiteRaked WhiteRaked WhiteRakeil
Raked in the Shekels ShekelsThere ShekelsTherl ShekelsThere
There Therl is a protege prote of Supreme Judge JudgeWhite Jud JudWhite JudgeWhite
White named Mehn from New Or Orleans OrIanl Orleans ¬
leans In the middle division of the thePension thePeDllon thePension
Pension Office Mr Mehn has been beenthere beenthere beenthere
there for some years ra He is I a saving savingprudent savingprudent avln avlnprudent
prudent man and embraced a chance chanceto
to make a few dollars dklhars on the side Ide And Andhe Andhe Andhe
he gathered in the coin Here is I howhe how howhe howhe
he did It when Capt F C Jones who whoteila whotells whotells
tells the tb story had a desk next to him himMr himMr himMr
Mr Mehn discovered that his hi fellow fellowclerks tllowclerk fellowclerks
clerks borrowed money monyt at usurious usuriousrates ulurlouratel usuriousrates
rates of interest on the outside This Thispained Thispaln Thispained
pained paln ll Mr Mehn and he determined determinedto
to put a stop to the practice lIe con consulted 110neulted eonsuited ¬
suited Chief Shaw on his hi proposed en enterprise enterprise n nterprl
terprl terprise or scheme and received thai thaiofficial theotBclal th thofficial
official sanction of Old Monthly Re Report n nport Report ¬
port portThen
Then Mr Mehn opened up business businessRe buln bulnHe businessHe
He loaned money to his fellow clerks clerksat clerklat clerksat
at the usual 10 per cent rate of such suchfirms IUCtlISrm suchInns
firms ISrm as Horning et al and gathered gatheredIn gatheredin thred thredID
In the filthy lucre by the hatful The TheGlobe Th ThGlobe Theabbe
Globe will now let Comrade Jones Jonesspeak Jon Jonpea Jonesspea
spea speak pea who has all this thl time been wait waiting wltIDK waitlug ¬
lug to get In a word Says Say Mr Jones JonesI
I sat next desk to Mehn ehn and the thevisits thevillta thevisits
visits of borrowers their whisperings whisperingsand whllperlDIIand
and talk became a a nuisance The wee messenger nUI8seDger weeaenger ¬
senger was ever on the run to tol Mebn Mebnto Mehnto Mehuto
to one borrower or another Then Thenwhen ThenI Thenwhen
when It came paying up time the same sameracKet sameraccet amerauet
racKet took place I was w gradually be becoming beomlhg beomlhg ¬
omlhg demented from the traffic and andIn andIn andIn
In a moment of desperation I went to toMr toMr toMr
Mr Brooks Broolllll1nd and complained of the mat matter matter matter ¬
ter alleging aile ling truly that I could not per perform perform perform ¬
form my work with any satisfaction or orcredit orcrellit orcredit
credit to myself my elt or the Government GovernmentMehn GovernmentMehu
Mehn was sent for by Mr Brooks and andwhen anllwhEn andwhen
when he returned he strutted up and anddown anlldown anddown I
down like a game cock muttering mal maledictions maledlctlons matedictions ¬
edictions on the Informer who gave gaveaway sanaway gaveaway
away als snap He finally exclaimed exclaimedI
I wish I knew the fellow who report reported reportI reported ¬
ed this matter to Brooks BrooksI
I quick qlllcky y responded If It Is I worth worthanything worthanythlD worthanything
anything to you I will tell you youWho YOIIWho youWho
Who Is I It ItNot ItNot itNot
Not an It but a 1 man able to back backup backnp backup
up his actions and his name IB Jones JonesCapt JonelCapt JonesCapt
Capt F l C Jones at your service ervicoOli
1011 011 see resumed Captain Jones Jonesrtlng JODeeptlng Jonespting
rtlng his hand to his ear to catch catchThe catchThe catchThe
The Globes expression expre llon of approval I Iwas IWIUI Iwas
was exasperated and I didnt care It Itwe ItWI ifwe
we mixed It up upWhat upWhat upWhat
What became of the affair nllalrthe the re result reInlt resuIt ¬
suIt you know knowNothing knowNothing knowNothing
Nothing any more than became of oftlio otthe oftIm
the pets who got drunk Mehn MehDto was wastvo w wto
to avaricious to offend In this way waybut waybut
but nothing nothll1 happened him I didnt didntlearn didWtlearn I
learn for some time tlm the reason I fl flrihJly ftnlly finhJly
rihJly Discovered that the man I report reported reported reportad ¬
ed him to was a borrower himself himselfWho hlmlelnWhoBrookIl1 himselfWhoBrooks
Who WhoBrookIl1 WhoBrookIl1Yel WhoBrooksYe Brooks BrooksTea
Tea Ye Mr Brooks So that settled It Itwith Itwith itwith
with me m mi I could go A no further furtherAnd furtherAnd
And the veteran soldltr who II still stillout Itlnout stillout
out of employment stroked his grey greymustache greymuutsobe
mustache and perambulated up the theAvenid theAveniu
Avenid AveniuiIsm
0 Ir
I iIsm
Of the Soldier His Widow and His HisOrphans HisOrphans HhOrphans
Orphans OrphansBY OrphansI OrphansBY OrphansBY
The Commissioner of Pensions PensIonsThe The Sample SampleCue SampleOl8e SampkCain I
Cue This Morning of the Bravo Dr DrOal DrOalman Oat Caiman ¬
man Who Whose Widows Home Was Sold Oier OierHer OrerHer OtolHer r
Her Head While the he Money Due Her Hus Husband Husband Hutband ¬
band Was Held Up UpIt UpIt
It will be recalled by the public with withwhat withwhat wIt I
what a grand flourish of trumpets trumpetsPension trumpetsInllon I
Pension Commissioner H Clay Rvans Rvansreturned 1Q1anlreturne 1Qvsnireturned I
returned returne to the treasury ur of o the tb Unit United Unit United ¬
ed States Sttll an unexpended unlde balance balno of ofS6v000 utI oh t
S6v000 I 6 000 out of the tle appropriation appropriationmade approprton approprtonmade L Imade
made by Congress Cnr for the pensions pDslon of ofexsoldiers ofxoldier oh ohex4oldiers t
exsoldiers xoldier their widows widOI and orphans orphansIt orphanIt
It will w1 also all be remembered remembrd that his hisDepartment hi hiDepartment I IDepartment
Department was the only one under underthe undertbe
the iederal ederal Government which had hadany betany I I
any balance to turn In The Globe has hascommented I Icommented
commented on this remarkable fact factlocally ft ftloaly factlocally
locally loaly and editorially editorialy and the exsol exsoldiers exIdlera ox401dices ¬
1 dices and the general relral public how thor thoroughly thoroughiy ¬
I oughly comprehend the reasons reune there therefor theretor therefor ¬
I for ihe 1 he principal princpal blame tor or this tlll dis discrimination dllcrlmlnatol discriminatloft ¬
crimination crlmlnatol against the soldiers fund fundor I Ior
or the money intended Intende for exsoldiers exsoldierstheir exldlertheir exeoldierstheir
their widows and their orphans be belongs belongs ¬
longs to t the President of the United UnitedStates Unied UniedStates I IStates
States William lmam McKinley but this thl fact factdoes tactdoel fad l Ldoes
does not relieve rleve H ulay tlay Evans of be being beIng belUg ¬
ing the malignant nudtjnalt tool to execute ex cute the thebehests thebehesle th I IbehesLe
behesle of Wall Wal Street and its It obedient obedientservant obedientservant t tservant
servant in the White Whie House HOlie We use usethe u us r rthe
the adjective adjectve malignant advisedly advisedlyand advleely advisedlyand
and we reproduce reprou anether case c this thismorning thl thlmorning thhmorning
morning which justifies jutf8 the use of even evena een eena I Ia
a stronger etroDlr expression expressionJas explllon explllonJal expiAsslonJas
Jas J Oatman Oatman served 1rved In Company Compan r rB
B llih lII Regiment P H R 0 lie 11 enlisted enlistedJune entltedJun enllit I IJune
June Jun 10 1861 161 was wounded and taken takenprisoner I 1prisoner
prisoner prilner at the te uattle of Charles Chari City Citycross Ciy Ciylro1 r rtrOss
cross lro1 Roads R Rod4 Jane JID 30 1862 Securing Securingan Seurlq Seurlqan Secur1n Secur1nan
an exchange exchanc he joined his hi regiment regimentand relmntand regimeniand
and was again In wounded wounde at the battle battleof btU btUot s Iof
of Fredericksburg December Deember 18 1 1881 186Sand 1881aad 1881i
and again at Gettysburg Gtyburr July 2 1868 1868tie 18 1881US i
tie u was mustered out with wih his regi regiment rgiwent ¬
ment June 13 1864 The Th shell Ih1 wound woundIn woundID wourn NI I Iin
In head received receied by this gallant lalat soldier soldiereventually loldlereventualy r I Ieventually
eventually eventualy made him an Imbecile Imbecie For Foryears Foryeare Fo r ryears
years the imbecility Imbcity was fought tOUllt off offbut oftbut offbut
I but the disease dlsal kept developing developnl He Heeven H HevD Heven
even evD studied Itudle medicine and for a time timepractised timepractised tlm I Ipractised
practised his profession prfelonl but gradually graduallyveloped Iadualy Iadualythe r Pthe
the insidious dtae disease or of the brain de devlopd doveloped
veloped vlopd from fr the te shell IheU wound in the thehead thehead th thhead I
head and Dr Oatman OtmD became bme a help helpless ¬
less Imbecile Imbocle unable te provide rovlde for his hisfamily hamU h I Imi1y
family mU mi1y I < ot he i beeame be a charge chargepreserving eba ebaInUld t hupon
InUld upon tbeij ll slender Ddl fUrc resource aDd With Withft I Ipreserving
ft t w r rprenl
preserving prenl the mortgaged mOrqd roof over overtheir overthel overtheir
their thel r heads hedl Poor Por Oatman Otn could not notbe notbe nolbe
be left lef out of sight Iht of o a member of ofthe ofthe olthe
the family tamly as a he was al again 81 a child childIn chid chidIn childin
In his hi habits and knew not right from fromwrong tromwron fromwrong I
wrong wron nor even the privacy which whicheven whicheven I Ieven
even very young oun children ohldren observe olrve in inobedience InobedleDce inobedience
obedience to the natural Daturl functions functon of ofthe otthe olthe
the body In this thl hepless condition cOltlUon he helived helved lielived
lived lved a burden for years yera on wife wle and andfamily andfamiy andfamily
family famiy His case ce was so 0 plain and no notoriously notoriously notoriously ¬
toriously meritorious merlorlout that the he neigh neighbors nelrh nelrhbora nelghbors ¬
bors Induced Indu011 Mrs Oatman to apply for fora tora forI
a pension and place pllce the case 0 in the thehands thehands thehands I
hands of an obscure and inexperienced inexperiencedcountry Inexprienc Inexperiencedcountry
country squire who dllly ely dallied daled with withit withIt withIt
it after afer the manner of his hi class Fi Finally Flnaly Ptilaihy ¬
nally naly a comrade of Oatman learning learningaccidentally learln learlnacoldetaly learningaccidentally
accidentally acoldetaly of the distress dlltrlil of the fam family famIy tarnily ¬
ily Iy got lt the case In shape and secured securedthe securedthe ecure
the services servlcll of a Washington Walblnlon claim at attorney attorey attorney ¬
torney torey who soon lon pushed pUlhed it I ahead and andcompleted Indcmpleted andcompleted
completed cmpleted it I The cue was to plain plainthe plainthe plainthe
the proofs profl 10 positive poaltve and the chain chainof chainof chainof
of evidence evidenc so complete cOlUplet that even the thesheriff theIherlf thesheriff
sheriff Iherlf who had ha advertised to sell ell the theOatman theOatman theOatman
Oatman little ltte home postponed PltPDe the sale saleIn Ile IleID satein
In anticipation antciption of the receipt of the thepension thepeDlon thepension
pension by Mrs Mr Oatman The back backpension bck bckpDlon backpension
pension pDlon would be a round rund sum as Oat Oatmans Oatmans Oatmans
mans was a case of total totl disability disabilityand dlblt dlbltaDd disabilityand
and the full disability dl biiy pension was ex expected elpected expected ¬
pected But II Clay Evans wanted to toturn toturn toturn
turn in 5000000 and he h wanted wntd no nosuch nouch nosuch
such uch hole in that round sum um as the theOatman tbeOtman theOtman
Oatman Otman back pension mousy would wouldmake wouldmke wouldmake
make makeHaving makeHaving
mkelall Having lall nothing upon which to base basethe b basethe
the rejection rejetion of the claim and being beingpressed hln hlnpreld beingpressed
pressed preld by the attorney of Mrs Oat Oatman Ot Otman Oatman
man by the pathetic patheto letters letera of her herneighbors hernelbbora herneighbors
neighbors to save ve the worse or than wid widows widOwl widows ¬
ows Owl little lte home ami andur and urged ed by the Ul slier sheriff IhrIt slieritt ¬
itt It and officials to speedy Ipedy action Icton H HClay HClay HClay
Clay Evans with the callousness caloUn8 be begotten beoten begotten ¬
gotten oten ot o the cruel and unfeeling mas masters m ma matars ¬
tars ter he served lerve refused reful to grant ITut the thewelldeserved Ue Ueweldelered thewelldeserved
weldelered welldeserved pension pnlon and a1d ordered odere the thecase te tecu theease
case cu sent back to the tht field eld This Thisdecision Tblldeilon Thisdecision
decision deilon meant of course cOlr its It final fnal re rejection rejectlon rejection ¬
jection for when a case c Is sent ut back bk to tothe t tothe
the field for further Investigation It is isput I Iput isput
put in the hand of the te soulless lul and un unscrupulous UI Unscrupulous ¬
scrupulous crlpllous wretches who were exposed exposedIn elpoe
In an investigation IlveltlltoD of their tleir official ac actions actlone Sctions ¬
tions In Chicago and elsewhere as Pen Pension PenIon PenMon ¬
Mon Ion Office Olle libertines Ibrtln8 tent out to cor corrupt corrupt cotrupt ¬
rupt the virtue of soldiers loldler widows and anddaughters andraugher anddaughters
raugher daughters thus depriving dprlvlnl them of o the thepensions tbeI thePensions
pensions lenslon8 they were entitled Antlled to under underthe uDderthe underthe
the plea of their Immoral lives lve and andconduct anll10nllct aiujrondiict
conduct 10nllct This could eOlhl not be worked on onthe onthe onthe
the poor pr and pure Mrs Oatman but butthe butthe butthe
the field agents alnt were nevertheless neverthel ac active actve active ¬
tive tve In browbeating browbeatng witnesses taking tallnl tallnlcown
down cown every ever word they said ald In jest jet or orearnest orearnelt orearnest
earnest twisting twiltng and distorting dltorn the thesame thesame thesame
same in an effort to find nd something sometlllI to tohang toban tohang
hang ban a charge on which would woull deprive deprivethe deprivethe deprivethe
the woman and her children chidren of the pen pension penelan penMon ¬
Mon sionMeanwhile elan1enwIII Meanwhile 1enwIII a 1 circumstance alrcumtnce tran transpired traDIplrel transpired ¬
spired Iplrel which adds additional 4IUol damns damnation damnstion ¬
tion toD to the th men responsible reeDlbl for cDa cDatoD this thiscruel thleoruel thiscruel
cruel treatment tretent of the te Oatoian oD family tamly
The veteran veter mentioned meaUO as having In Interested Intreeted Interested ¬
terested treeted himself in th te the case e and put putting puttDg putting ¬
ting tDg It in the ti hands of the Washington Washingtonattorney Wuhlntonatorne Washingtonattorney
attorney atorne happened happDe to meet me Assistant AssistantCommissioner AtaDt AtaDtCommloner AssistantCommissioner
Commissioner Commloner Davenport DavenJrt at the Penn Pennsylvania PeDnIylvana Pennsylvnnls ¬
sylvania I Iylvana depot det and entering entrhlt into llt con conversatloa cn cnert conversatto
versatloa ert with U him as liter U were re old
friends Mr DftDprt Davenport venport said le
Whrdosjt Wb WiLL d dest you ox cone 001 down dOW to t the theoffice theofce theoffice
office ofce Ctarley CJ flarey and ad see ar me to which
the Vet responded respondedI 1nde
I am too t Mtvuted q ssisted with that t place plac
to I go near Der it itTV ItVnU ittII
TV VnU til dont dOt you 1 knew b tk te Commls Commlssloaor Cmml CmmlIioler Commisstoner
stoner I Iioler is away aW and I t tmlaslontrT ai Com ComDIr
missIoner I Mybe I IThe I
The wtnn tran tk took te tho t txe4 lrhU I
adelphla 1lplla to t the tle encanqMMtj enc encamp8 but the theworus theworu theworu
worus woru of Mr r Davenport lavupa kagt tt ringing ringingin rDnl rDnlIn
in his hl ears Maybe I CUB Cltl Imp Ip you youand rouand youand
and such Ilcn an impression Impreelon did they t make makethat me methat makethat
that Instead nt walUn waLtinL for the
11Iead lt waiting th en encampment Incallment encampwent ¬
campment ho took tok the next net train tll buck buckand barksad k kald
and ald the next morning nlrnlnl called cIllkot oh Mr MrDuveuport MrDTenprt MrDavenport
Davenport DTenprt He related relat OaUfflBts O oasa oasaattd OQ OQId ceesand
and enlisted eulelld the tbe sytupathlW eYlnpatb t f Mr MrCftvenport M MravenporL r rellloll
Cftvenport avenporL ellloll But an al the callo pa patone V
tone In n out to the Held 1ehl ha ejffUl ejffUllug I lz1floth lz1flothing toth
lug 11 However maybe tho bOjilii8ls ipr are arenot UN arenot
not sent out yet said Ild ittt tfc t BSWiiBort BSWiiBortAnd eort eortAnd
And sure enough they thO pwraot IxInct Dt lort lortI Ha Hathere U Uthre Iithirs
there ana aul then w wnLI wontthuh mt < tliMniattas t the evi evidenoe e evidone >
done and the tie papers papra and anl deelftratl 4 the thecase ther thecue
case c complete and lud the roan 1 entitled WUUe to tothe tot tototal
the t total disability dilablty pension Mt t the thepaperi tbeprl thepaper
paper prl were ordered peuO nut nit to th the field fieldand lald laldIld fieldand
and Ild the only thing he could coule do doW WM s to tomark tomark tomark
mark them special whlflh ig did aIdWhen didWhen didWhen
When Evaus EVllle returned S rI i fljfUji out outwhat olt oltI chitwhat
what wht had happened hapIIlned ha h nl triWtitfoua triWtitfouaHis wgsf1rousfIle frOU frOUHI
His HI agents qelt got extra extr atriafkt It itlions Instruc Instructions ttrO ¬
lions U01 and when the papfR pa WS3S > re returned r lsturned ¬
turned trne from the fold feld feldmarltd H it J F jtans jtansmarked hvsnsmarked
marked marltd the claim rejec rejecslant re n In Int insLant
slant tant appeal was taken takenclslon ten is de deL d dcision
clslon and pending this thisla tbt tthtch tthtchundecided
pndlnl Wich WichII1t1
la II1t1 still undecided undecide poor por Ol Olaway d daway
away in II blissful blilful unconsci unconscithe IICOI uncon ot otthe ofthe
the cruel injustice hljultce done don hit 1 Mf Wt Wa and andchildren andI andchildren
children l lHere Ihere
chidrn chidrnlere
Here lere is what the veteran tafarred tafarredto rred rredt
to t lays y of the deceased de8 vel soldier It Whose Whosecase hO tiose tioseclue
case c is now pending before betof MM S appeal appealboard appealboard pl plI
board br and has been bn for alsiatta al alaes Whole Wholeyear Wholeyear bole bole1r
year yearDr 1r
Dr J J Oatman and tie tw other othercomrades othercmradel othercomrades
aDe U
comrades cmradel when h he ha WM grounded al in inthe IDtht inthe
the head with a piece pie ot oI eta a sPell lay layon ly lyon layoft
on the field 1e1 unconscious unconscio attft a TIM as taken takenprisoner ak takenprisoner
prisoner prilner and sent to t T L lhjr bp prison prisontronr VHsonKrom J
1 Krom trom there he wrote wrot aoa OaSO to his bl sis sister si siLet 1 1ter ¬
ter telling teln of his w wouodv ate c When Whenlie Wn Wnbe Whenha
lie came cme home he was nftt for tr duty flutyfor dutyor utr utrI
for or some time tme and they t waaad to five fivehim livehim I
him hie discharge dllchart bat bt b btwonld wonld wllot wllotbave Jve Jvel not nothave notI
have it I and when able ab w Wi t t t ba baok to tothe tothe tothe I
the company compIY aud al11 was woHBded wolceice wolceicet twice twiceafter twiceafter
after ftr that and discharged dl b with the thecompany thecompany ther
I company at the te expiraUaaftf his three threeyears tr threeyears I
I years yearaservic service After Afer that Mt B read r med medicine medIdne medleOne ¬
leOne and graduated u a doctor I did didnot didI didflOt
grauat tor
not see le him hi again until un about t the year yearof rer rerof yearof
of 8 I 8e or 85 when toe was w practising practisingmedicine practllnr practllnrr practisingmedicine
medicine medlcDe at CarroUtowo Carrtn Cambria CambriaCounty Cmlrla CmlrlaI CambriaCounty
County Couty Pa la where ha h hwas waa W styled the theorasy theI tileorasy
orasy doctor dotor because bau i ho M would not ride ridea
a horse When I asked 8 him about it ithe I itbe
he h told me the shell Wound nd in the thehead thehed thehead
head hed affected afected him so that tt ha I could oul not notride nots notride
ride rde a horse He le also a a1a MM me that thatwhile thatwhUe thatwhile
while reading realinl medicine medlcae at llflleg IheIs that thatat thatat
at times when working worl workIMi1 MM IJat IJatat that aC his hishead hllhe hi hihi
head he got affected aet au4 l he h Woald od have haveto bve bveI havequit
to quit At that tt tlma ha 1 ke I bao < fijbo 0 idea ideawhat Iee Ieer ideawhat
what was Wa the t cause oflt oUt ofi but bt flnee ho he hefound her hefound
found out that It was the effect of the theshell theIhe1 theshell
shell Ihe1 wound and it waaflattinf WMSttin worse worseright wre wrerllbt Worseright
right alone alon From tluraTfee t1 moved m to toAltoona toI toAltoona
Altoona AltoDa Pa and in the oflirse are of time timehe tme tmer timehe
he got lt so 1 bad bd that bo Injume utterly utterlyhepless Utsrlyheplessehildish rly rlyheplehldllh
hepless heplehldllh heplessehildish childish If I you 11Dour 11DourI 7ouintyour 7ouintyourfinger Jjrtntajl your yourfinger
finger IInlr at him he woultfiwy wou1tk Ilka ask a achild achid achild
child chid and like a child chld MfrttaMod Itttded te to tocalls toI tocalls
calls cli ot nature He was w Nvl receiving a asmall at asmall
small mal pension penaon for his Other te wounds woundsand WOU woundsand
and when they the applied aple for an l Increase IncreaseUicowU laC increaseuH
UicowU 1 uH eqa oU ol tiotopv U hoh1 < tt ttmaflea tZei who whomde
maflea Ie mde a falMrt f1tlt taiIret t It Afterwn Er it itcame ttca itcame
came ca into the hands had of an attorney attorDe in inthe Inthe inthe
the city ciy who had ba the te case C opened openedagain opne openedagain
again aaln and ad after a time tm was to all ap appearances appearances p pperance ¬
pearances perance completed cmple about bout out two years yearsago Yl YlI yearsago
ago al All the doctors docr had rated rt it itcase a acase aI
case c ot total disability dlb1ty and we e all felt feltsure Celtlure feltsure
sure that It would go through all allright allrlht allright
right but the Pension Pnllon Commissioner Commissionerthought Commllonr Commllonrthoulht Commissionerthought
thought different dllerent and ordered orderll It back backto bok bokto backto
to the tie field Now No during this time timethey timethl timethis
they thl this Oatmans Otmn were wer sued IUe for debts debtscontracted debt debtscontracted
contracted as his hi Imal small pension pnllon could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not keep kep the pot abolllng aolnl and his hi little littleproperty lte lteI littleproperty
property was to be b sold old by bythe the sheriff sheriffbut sheriffbut herlffbut
but AS everybody was so 1 sure ure that he hewould hewould hewould
would get his pension the sale lle was waspostponed wa waspostponed
postponed ptponed so that the debts debt could be bepa bepa bepa
pa out of the back pension pnlon and we wewanted wewant wewanted
wanted want the te case made mad special Ipecla1 Not Notwithstanding Notwlhetandlnl Notwithstanding ¬
withstanding wlhetandlnl all al this thl was wl explained explined to tothe tothe tothe
the Commissioner CommllloDer he refused to do so soThey 10They soThey
They ordered Oatman before a board boardof br boardof
of surgeons at the county seat and andwhen andwhen andwhen
when it I was proven that Oatman could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not be b taken tskn there we got ot a special specialexaminer specialexaminer plal plalexaminer
examiner to examine him at his hi home honeand homeand homeand
and he rated him total totl disability and auddescribed ald aldlecrlbed andtecribed
described lecrlbed the cause cUI the shell heU wound in inthe Inthe inthe
the head etc e I was wa told tld that th ti the ex examiner examlner cxaminer ¬
aminer in the th field was WI at Mrs Oat Oatman Ot Oatman ¬
man the biggest part pr of two days put putting put putting ¬
ting tng her through tlrough the sweating wetng process processThey pr processThey
They raked up everything erthlng they could couldagainst couldalalnlt couldagainst
against the case cae I was W told that they theytook the thetook theytook
took the statement of an old drunken drunkendoctor drnken drnkendoctor drunkendoctor
doctor who did not like Oatroan Oatan for foraklng frtaking fortaking
taking his practice pnctce that tt the wound woul in inOatmani InOltmanl InOatrnan
Oatmani head hea was WU caused cul8 by b a limb limbof 1mb Ihubof I Iof
of a tree tr falling faln on 01 it When the let letter letter lettee ¬
ter that Oatman had hd written rltten from tm Lib Libby Lb Lbby LAbby
by prison prlln was wa produced pruc they th looked lookedupon 10kll 10kllIpon lookedupon
upon Ipon It as manufactured mlnlfaurl evidence ehlenM but butthere buttlere butthere
there tlere was W th the sisters sister tr sworn statement statementand statementand ttement ttementaDd
and the postmark potmak where it had been beenmailed bn beenmailed I Imaied
1 1ha
mailed maied In our lines Inel at the tle time tme They Theyhad Theyhad
had ha to t admit that 1C it might be b all al right rightrat rightbut I Ibut
but rat when it came back bk It was wa rejected rejectedThen rjeted rejectedThen I IThen
Then an appeal apll was taken tken and ad there therethe ter therethe
the case c Is I now A few months nlontb after afterhe ater afterthe I
the he appeal apel was taken Oatroan Otmn died diedThe die diedThe
The great rt trouble was that the t claim claimwas cim cimWR claimwas
was WR too great It I would make mak too tooarge toolarp toolarge
large arge a hole In the appropriation appropriaton Had Hadit Hadit a
it been bn a 4 or 6 claim IRlnl It woul would have havegone ha havegone I Ithat
gone ion through all al right I understand understandthat undtnd undeitandthat
that the Commissioners Com mil loner private prlnt seers secretary Her seerstary ¬ I Itar
tary tar stated ltted that thlt It It was granted rant they theywould theywould theywould
would not allow aUfw him the full ful rate rateThe r rateThe I
The veteran who penned the fore forefolng tore foregoing I I
going wears the medal melal of honor hOor He HeIs le leI leIe Heis
Is well wel known kDOW to Commissioner Commliliole Daven Davenort DaveDpert Davenport
pert > ort and Is a man of integrity and un tinmpeacheable unImpeacheable
mpeacheable veracity veraciy His statement statementla ttmn 1
la II truthful and uncolored uncolorll Commis Commissioner Caml ¬ I c
sioner Evans has simply robbed In a atrutal abrltal abrutal
brutal brltal manner the Widow Wilow Oatman OtmD and andler all allher antIher
her children out or tho
ler cbldren money mon due duehem duethem t
them and allowed alowed them tllI also 811 by the theonerous 1
generous onerous elerOIS American people p nllle through Its Itsongreas It itsCongress 1
Congress ongreas Tho monuy mon y Commissioner CommissionerEvans CommissionerFvaiis 4
Evans V IS turned lull Into the Treasury 11euul repre represents repr reproseuts ¬ I I8eul
sents 8eul the robbery robber of other soldiers soldierswidows soldierswidows ldl I
widows and orphan like the te Oatman Oatmanamlly Otman c
family tamly Nature cries out against this thisInfamy thl I
Infamy and we w are tempted tempte with Wth the themalmlat thepealinist 1 1pHllmllt
malmlat pHllmllt to exclaim How Ho long 10D 0 Oord 0Lord c
Lord ord how long will wi this thl tool of a aheartless I
heartless heartele hypocritical hporlUcnl and unfeeling unfeelingAdministration unfell t
Administration Admlnl81raton be permitted permllt to rob roband rb I Innd
and viitrage ltrlie th the wlilow and the te or orphans ¬ 8 8pbans
phans of the men me who gave their ter lives llvwthat lV livesthat 1
IshT Ih that tat this Government Oment shall hal not Jt pr prIshT pr perish I
I IAor
AnotfKr Chid Clerk CUikChief Clek
L s sChief
Chief Clerk Swan SWal of the Bureau Burl of ofEngraving o ofngraving
Engraving mnlTnn and Printing has ha resigned NIDt rWIgM5dor r ror
or been b diawlaaad it la alleged but no noInformation
Intormato i Information dltl atui n be b obtained obtlD alep at the theDepatlniettt te teI theDpatmeait
Depatlniettt Dptet It will wi make a good la a astory atr atory
story s tr tory nut Sunday unday f II
Of Important Events in the Lives LivesFortunes Lves LvesPortune LivesFortunes
Fortunes Portune and Honors HonorsOF HonorsOF HonorsOF
From General Dick lo a Frail Frai but Prepossessing PrepossessingTelegraphiOperalor PreposseIng PreposseIngTelegraphlOporalor PrepossessingTeIegraph0poralor
TelegraphiOperalor and a Fish Commission CommissionOrftolal CommisIon CommisIonO181 CommissionOlfiolel
Orftolal of PromlnenceEierjlhlng PromlnencEerJlhlng Is True Truektit TrueHI Truebut
but The Globe Gobe Has Merc Meroy and Discretion DiscretionHenee Disreton DisretonHence OlsoretionHence
Hence the Characterlof Characlerof This WriteUp WriteUpWhat WrleUp WrleUpWhat WrIteUpWhat
What are you YOI doing 101n Cherry with withthat withUuat withUiat
that pencil penci and pad padT said Id The Globe Globeman Gobe Gobeman Globeman
man to a negro nlro employe of Sixth Au Auditor AuLllr Autiller ¬
tiller Lllr Castles Ot1 Department Dprtment who was waswriting waawriUna waswriting
writing wriUna for dear der life re at U I A M on onmorning one onemornlne onemorning
morning the pact Illt week weekI k
I am taking down dOYn the names nam ot the theemploye theeinployes
employe 111101 as they get le off of the elevator elevatorWhat elevatorWhat Ievtor IevtorWhat
What for pray prT ungrammatically ungrammaticallyasked unlrmmtalr unlrmmtalruked ungrammaticallyasked
asked The he Globe Gobe man manWell mu muWU manWell
Well 1 dunno but bt I suspect uspt I have haveluHtructiona haveIltruct0nl haveinstructions
instructions Iltruct0nl to put the name Dme and the thetime th thtme thetime
time down when the clerk get gets off th thelevator the theIevator theelevator
tme p o
elevator elevatorFurther elevatorFurther IevatorJurter
Further Jurter Investigation invetpUon by 1 The Th Globe Qlobemutt Glob Globeman
mutt Uln developed developd the fact fRt that the te clerks clerksin olerk olerkIn clerksin
in Castles eut Department lpartmeut were being sub subjected lub subjected ¬
jected jele to t this thl penitentiary pnitntiary style ot atplola es espionage elpiousge ¬
pionage plola to determine the exact ext min inlnute minute winrite
ute ot ot their arrival in the te corridor corridorfrom crridor crridortram corridorfrom
from off the elevator This Thlloutu ThlloutuInlllt outrageous outrageousInsult outrageousinsult
Insult Inlllt to white whit ladles llea and gentlemen gentlementhe
the leers I1r and equals euaJI of Castle Cti and andJohnson andJohnlon andJohnson
Johnson as servants Bervalt of the people pple and andtheir andtheir Dd DdI
their superiors suprlorl in everything that con constitutes cn cnettutel eonstitutes ¬
stitutes ettutel superiority in II breeding brdln of sta stationing It stetiolting ¬
tioning tonln < a negro with authority to time timetheir tme tmeI timetheir
their arrival on his 111 pad p is i certainly certainlyinviting crtinly crtinlyluvltll certainlyinviting
inviting luvltll the desperate duprate resentment r8otl11t of otthe ofthe ofthe
the slave Ilave When It I once onc breaks brk out outas outal outas
as break brk out It I will wi if this oppression oppressionIn
In office olce Is 1 not modified lolfdthere modifiedthere there will be besome be1m beseine
some 1m work for the coroner and under undertaker ulder uldertker undertaker ¬
taker tker The Government clerk crk Is I a pa patient patent patient ¬
tient tent aud humiliating humlaUnl specimen of ofwhat otwhat ofwhat
what discipline dialplne can reduce reduc a freeborn freebornAmerican trMborn trMbornAmerican frasbornAmerican
American to In order that he may ob obtain ob ohLain ¬
Lain tin some 1m kind of decent dent living lVing for forhimself forhlmI forhimself
himself hlmI and those thOe dependant on him himWomen himWomen himWomen
Women clerks clerk are more easily eaaly molded moldedinto molde moldedInto
into this thi species lplel of semislavery not notwithstanding not notwithstanding ¬
withstanding wlthltndlnr their superior luprlor refinement refinementand refnemnt refnemntand refinementand
and sensibilities lenllb1UI It I Is I not expected expectedthat expct expectedthat
that they should manifest mRnl8lt the aggres aggressive 11 aggressive ¬
sive spirit of the male clerk and anl ant De Department De Dopaitlnent ¬
partment chiefs of the Castle Cte stripe stripesoon stripesoon trlp
soon reduce ruc them to mere automations automationsunfit automationunfit utmato
unfit unlt for the noble role Providence de designed d dIllne dosigned ¬
signed Illne them to fill II in the family familyHence tal familyHence
Hence perhaps a partial prtal solution of otthe oftbe ofthe
the thought suggested eurltell last week wek by an anIntelligent anIntelgnt anintelligent
Intelligent Intelgnt observer obsrver That male clerks clerksare clerk clerkare clerksare
are In time tme reduced to that condition conditionof
of servitude eervlude which has always been beensupposed bn bnIuppd beensupposed
supposed Iuppd to belong blol to t menial employ employcontemptible employItdSittiuathe mplo mploId
ItdSittiuathe Id l1Uta i11WI ST STignorant
ignorant Ie a Idtflt dlt t fact ac and t to tocontemptible
contemptible contemptble slavedrivers laverler ot the theCastle theCalte theCastle
Castle Calte and Johnson JohDln type In the Depart Departments Dprt Departmeats ¬
meats ment Is such uch a condition due du The TheGlobe Th ThGob TheGlobe
Gob Globe predicts a reaction reaoton and when It Itcomes Itcomel itcomes
comes there will wi be le more trouble than thanthe thanthe thanthe
the civil civi service srvice law lawwhich which Is primer primarily prlmarly primerily ¬
ily ly responsible relpnllble for both bth official ofcI tyrant tyrantand tyrantand tyrantand
and miserable slave Ilavecan slavecan can control cntrol regu regulate regulat regulate ¬
late lat or cure The abolition abolton of the tlo law lawItself lawI lawitself
Itself I tl will w1 be b the first fr t step towards the therehabilitation therehab1tton therehabilitation
rehabilitation rehab1tton to their original man manhood manhool manhootl ¬
hood hool and and womanhood womnhood or or the Govern Government Government Government ¬
ment clerk clerkHere clerkHere clerkhere
Here 1s I a story brought to the office officeshowing ofc officeshowing
showing how some Ime of these th8 chiefs and andhigher andhlBher andhigher
higher official run rUl amuck In Immoral Immorality Immorl ImmorlIt ImmoralIty ¬
ity It and licentiousness lcntoutnanl and how their theirunderlings theirunderllnp theirunderlings
underlings are ar contaminated by the ex example example cxample ¬
ample set them In this thl as a In other par particulars partcullrs irartlculars ¬
ticulars ticularsThere tcullrs tcullrsThere tlcularsThere
There Is a high hili official ofcSI of the Fish FishCommission nlhCmmlellon FishCommission
Commission Cmmlellon taking tklnl advantage avaDle of his hiswifes hllwlel hiswifes
wifes wlel absence to learn telegraphy t18aphy His HisInstructress m mIntructreu Hisinstructress
Instructress Is I a prepossessing prepllng young younglady younlIldy younglady
lady Ildy The lessons are frequent fruent and andprolonged andprolonged andprolonged
prolonged much to the fatigue of the thelady thelady thelady
lady who Is showing howlli decided deldetl signs lgl of otexhaustion ofehaulton ofexhaustion
exhaustion exhaustionThis ehaulton ehaultonThll exhaustionThis
This will wi be b enough eDolh They will willboth wi willboth
both take a tumble and perhaps prhap the thegirl theelrl thegirl
girl will w1 save IV herself herael from going too toofor t tootar
for on the road rd to ruin you know knowPeople knowPep knowPeople
People Pep Ie are catching ctohlnr on and she is I get getting getting t ttne ¬
ting tne a tough name nameDo nm nmDo nameDo
Do you Ol talk tlk about her herNot herNot herNot
Not exactly exact I only come com hero to tosave tosave tosave
save her herAll herAl herAll I
All Al right The Th Globe Gob will wl save n her herfrom herfrom herfrom
from the Fih man and from trm you too tooIf tooI tooif
If I she is wise w in time tml Now all al th thparties tle tleprt the theparties
prt parties are known to The Globe Gobe and andIt andit
It I has ha witnessed WltDe enough to admonish admonisheverybody allmonlhevrybdy admonisheverybody
everybody evrybdy concerned concerni to reform Nag Neglect Nagloot el ¬
loot let the advice alllce and despise our oonsld oonsldoration onll ocushlaration
oration and mercy mer and there therwI will be bean bean
an explosion explOlon Nuff Nut sad sedGen H sadclan
Gen Gn Charles Chrl Dlok one of the big bigOhio bl bigOhio
Ohio THBKE TIInfrom rirasafrom from his hi point pint of view viewstands vlewltl1dl viewstands
stands ltl1dl In with wih Superintendent Suprintendent Machon Machonas MacloD MacloDa
as a he b does d0 with other HannaDIck HannaDIckbacked HannaDickbacked
backed bcke appointees appint General Gnera Dick Dck grew grewup grewup rew rewup
up In the night Illht publicly publclY like lke a mush mushroom mushroom ¬
room rm and he Is making hay In moon moonshine moonshine ¬
shine as well wel as In sunlight IUIIht There ThereIsnt Thereisnt
Isnt a fortyfirst fortyI rat cousin cOIln of his any anywhere anywhere ¬
where In Ohio whom he hasnt jolted joltedinto jolt joltedinto
into an office olc of some 1m kind or descrip description d description rlp ¬
tion ton Dick Dck is 5 a believer belver In the Flannl Flannlgan Flannigsa
gsa mottoes the offices are the
mott olc ar party partyand pt partyand
and offices officesSome Dick Dck is I for both bot especially IIUr for the theoffices theoffices
Some Sme of these thes relatives rlatv and friends friendsof fleDdl fleDdlI
of o f General GDerl Dick are educated educat and am some someare IOmeare someare
are not but It Is I all the same Ime to the theGeneral theGeneral
General Gnerl when there ther Is I a position plton P ° sitIon vr vrcant vicant
cant and some Ime relative relatv Is next on the thelist theist
list llt l ist of eligible ellbl kept by the General GeneralFor General
For Instance Inltnce Mr Machen had a va vacancy vacliicy ¬
cancy clCY In his Department Dtrmenhe Departmenthe he always alwayshas alwaYII alwayshis
has I for Dick Dlcknd and one 0 ot the Generals Generalssisters Gnere1 Generalssisters
sisters wanted wantetlt the job It was a cleri clerical cerl den denal ¬
cal 01 c al position poaltol for which wblc she was entire entirely entr ¬
ly y disqualified dhlqual ed through throul th ti the early erly dlaad dlaadvantages d1d d1dvanta
vantages vanta of the now patrician ptrlolan family familyof tamly
of Dick The lady ld Insisted lult on being beingappointed hln beingppointed
appointed a however and ad II she is at pres present pr prent presat ¬
ent e at drawing the salary with wt admirable admirableregularity aIMbl admirableegularity
regularity r She was w asked uke recently rlU by bya
a visitor to this thl city cty from Akron Akr Ohio Ohiowhat 010 Obiowhat
what hat position plton she he held to which wilo she shereplied l
rplel replied with wt the graces Irace and airs of the i igrand
grand g rnd rand dame ce she lb now is iswell I
gs well 1 I am m filling Iline a clergioal clerlel BO BOsltion p
sltion s Uon in the t Free J Delivery Delvery I am amsheave al
sheave hev In the te cforwioal force torc i iThe
The Tb visitor 1t didnt collapse olple as the thagentleman <
Itemn gentleman new his Il m lady and was waanot wl <
not I n ot as a surprised urrl by the elegance Iepne of lt ofugiIsli I INuglish
Nuglish hllih as she 11e tie 11 1 spoke 8vke In us use t 1 1among
among anonI niong members mebera of the Lh Dick Dic longtailed longtletl j jamily
lamry family da l he might otherwise be b Th The I
Uflys I husband hUbld Is I 1 a messenger It la laproper IIPIJr ispreper
proper to add addGames a4c addGametot
PIJr Games Gmlo Gametot of draw poker at gentlemens gentlemensaristocratic gentlemensaristocratic IUeme
aristocratic erw residences Nllnc who are boas boasIn O bosses bossesin
In newspapers not a hundred miles milesfrom mi milesfrom
from newlpp1 Th The Glob Glob Globe shack hck of an office oloe ar arnot arnot are arenot
not proper nor exciting sctln enough elolll sub subjects lubjets subjecte ¬
jects jets propr for these Ute columns ordinarily ordinarilypeaking ordlnarly ordlnarlyvkin ordinarilyspeaking
peaking But when disbursing clerks clsrksIn clerklIn clerksin
In certain certin offices otc join In the game and andin andIn andin
in addition alldltol hit the stock market some somewild Ime Imewild somewild
wild swipes now and again The Globe Globefeels Gobo Gobofeell Globefeels
feels It a duty 111ty to sound luld a 1 not note of warn warning warnInr warning ¬
ing The Glob Gob gives space Ipo to the com complainant em emplalnant eomplalnant ¬
plalnant ot grievances Irvancel at the District DistrictBuilding D Districtfluilding trct trctDuldlnl
Building Duldlnl some ome time tme ago and that the thepublicity th thpublciy thpublicity
publicity publciy had the tl desired delire effect etret may maybe maybe maybe
be gleaned from the following folowln semi semimutilated smi smimuUated semimutilated
mutilated muUated communication communicationMy communicaton communicatonMy
My complaint about abut The Th Three ThreeGraces ThreeGraces lr
Graces OractI at the District Dltrlct Building which whichyou whichyou whichyou
you so kindly gave gve space Illace has h had at atleast atleaat atleast
least one good 100 effect elet It has caused cle th thDistrict the theDltrlct theDistrict
District Dltrlct attorney attrney to take tke a hand and andoverrule andovrrule aridoverrule
overrule ovrrule the reckless rkl decisions decsion of the theassessor Ule8er tireassessor
assessor 8er In refunding taxes tle Also AI he hehas hehu hehas
has come down off his high horse horsesomewhat 10 10omewhat horsesomewhat
somewhat and U a little Ite more civil civi to tothose tothO tothose
those thO who have lav business bU ne In his hi office officeFaith olc olcFaith officeFaith
Faith still lUl draws his hi unjust 1800 1800salary 1800salary 800 800Ilary
salary Ilary but shows how a little lUe more respect respectto rpt rptto
to those thol who desire dllre JLO see le the Com Commissioner COl Commissioner ¬
missioner missionerCharity mllonr mllonrChrty missionerCharity
Charity Chrty still Itll disburses dlbur ee District Districtfunds Dretrlcttund Districtfunds
funds tund and drives 4rlv rlves from his lil office of e those thoseto thO thosewho
who dare to QU8UOI question him in rteren rterento reference referenceto
to the te nanpayment Denpyment of what is I justly justlydue JUIU JUIUdue justlydue
due them Is this thi money 1n8Y held back backfor bck bckfor backfor
for use useAnd Ulenct useAnd
And nct right rllt Lore her we cut off of this thllntl thllntll Intel Intelligent Intelligent ¬
ligent l nt correspondent corf81pdent as the te balance blanc of ofhis athll oflii
his 1ous 1ousAnother lu lii 10usAnother communication comlunlUO to slightly IhU lIbel Mba11ous lIbel10us ll lllu
Another Anoter correspondent olpdet sends nd us u a ablast ablut ablast
blast on Lieut Lleut Commander Cnder Rne Rodney RodneyU
U 8 N and his executive exeutve conduit cdllot aa aaa aslandlord
a 1 landlord Her HeN is I part of what he hesays helY hesays
says saysIf lY saysIf
lYI If I Lieut Commander Cmnlander R B Rodney RodneyIs Rodne RodneI
Is I such uch an angel anll will wi he explain eplln his hislife hi hile hislife
life le in the Mr M Mrs Fo house of several severalyears Iver1 Iver1yer severalyears
years yer Will he h explain that after afr Mrs MrsPo MraPo MrsP0
Po leased le the second Moor t0r of three threerooms thre threerooms
rooms for a rental rentl of 18 8 per month monthand monthand monthand
and the tle tenant made mad Improvements Impro1menl to tothe t tothe
the amount of 26 6 that tt he Lieutenant LieutenantRodney Lleltnant LleltnantRodney LieutenantRodney
Rodney raised the rent to 20 per permonth permonth
month when the tenant telant supposed IUVp that thathe thathe thathe pr prmonth
he was wa renting rentln from Mrs Po PoIf 107 107If loIf
If Lieutenant Rodney Rdny is i such uch an anangel ananel anangel
angel why did dil he h refuse reule to allow alow Mrs MrsPo MrsPo II
Po to get up tp and open the te door dor which whichwas whlahwu whichwas
was locked loked to admit the wife wi of the thetenant te tetenant thetenant
tenant who rang the bell 1 for two twohours twohour twohours
hours with a baby bby In her arms arm while whileher whie whieher whileher
her husband hubnd was Yaa away awayWhy awarWhy awayWhy
Why did dil he keep his sister II Iter In the thshouse tl tlhoule thehouse
house and not want anybody anybdy to know knewIt knowI knowIt
It ItWho I
Who was the doctor dotor and what dl dlMe dllse dlsease
lse sease Me did Mrs Po P die dl of ofHow of1 of1How ofHow
How was Wa she lb burled burledIf burle burledIf
If the Lieut Commander Comalde has any anyspare al anyspare
spare lpre time tm on his hands hand from the te th di divorce dlvor divorce ¬
vorce vor litigation IUUon a female scion Ilon of the theEnglish themDIIh theEnglish
English mDIIh aristocracy arltocrac has ha forced torc on e him himbe himhe himhe
he can n answer these thll inquiries Inqulrl or Ignore Ignorethem Iporethem ignorethem
them as suite Itlt his hi pleasure The Lieut LieutCommander Lut LutCODdf UeutCoumander
Commander CODdf seems 1 to have hy enough t0ull on onnto 01 onbIn
bIn ht hinds jatjHCMMt t in 1nbrk Uztoa tetiegt tetiegtbreak t tbreak
break brk awayfoifcirvtryu aw swap nd1 nwryueiscer mber br of ofthe otthe ofthe
the ney n combined comblDe house of Owen Ow and nd Rod Rodney R Rodney ¬
In the Pension Department and andLady andLady lndLady
Lady Who Attends Atends Phone PhoneHaving PhoneHaing PhoneIfaving
Having Haing a natural hesitancy h8lanoy In be believing belevlng behieving ¬
lieving levlng In II the accuracy accurcy of our Infor Information Information Information ¬
mation touching the case ca of th ti the unfor unfortunate untor unfortunate ¬
tunate and persecuted percute Miss U Mitchell Mitchellof Michel Mitchellof
of f th the Pension lenlon Department Deprtment Whose whoe oler clerical olerICII oler1cM ¬
ical salary Iry had been ben reduced reduce from 1
200 to 240 40 per pr annum we telephoned telephonedthe tlephone
the chief clerks office for authentic authenticInformation authenticinformation utlntlo utlntloIntoraUon
Information IntoraUon on the subject ubjet before pub publiming pub1111n publisaing
1111n liming the te article artcle The Th phone was wasanswered wasaneretl wasanswered
answered by b a lady or a gentleman gentlemanso entman
so lady ladyWhat effeminate that he h ought oult to be b a alady alady alady
What salary ar per pr month does d0 Miss Missitchell WI WIltch81 Missrtchell
itchell ltch81 receive reive The Th Globe asked askedThere askedThere ki
There Is no such uoh person on tit titrolls this thisrolls
11 11rol
rolls rol of th the Pension Office Omo pl came cme tti ttiresponse tle tlef81ponH tire tireresponse
response in a I womans wonn voice voiceThis voiceThl volesThis
This Thl Is I the chief darks ck clbrks office 0 Is It Itnotr Itnot itnot
notr not
notrYes noty
tys tysAnd Yes YesAnd y
And A1d you say r that there ther Is I no such suchclerk suchclerk ueb uebclerk
rolls clerk a I as Miss Mil Mitchell MltheJ on 0 the pay payrolls Pr PrroUI payrolls ¬
rollsThere roUITllerellltUcltprl There TllerellltUcltprl Thereisiioeucltpersonon Thereisiioeucltpersononthe Is no auch person a ath
th the payroll payrol or orIn orin In the nutemploy theemploymentofLaeDspartnient emplay emplayment
ment mentftleDeprtnt mentofLaeDspartnient of me Department cam camthe Cme Cmethe cams camsthe
the emphatic emphato response responseOrdinarily rpol respoeOrdinarily
Ordinarily Ordinariy this thl would wOIIII settle It with withthe wih wihthe withthe
the writer wrier us In his hl thirty tblr odd od years yearsexperience yn1J81Mrlenc yearsexperience
experience I 81Mrlenc a u official olalal and scribe Icrlb be benever h hnver henever
never knew any public publc officer omcertte officerState officerStateor itat itator
or I national natonlto nationalto to give Iv out to the press pr8 a adeliberate adeliberate
deliberate I delbrate coldblooded cldbloded and palpable palpablelie plpablele palpablelie
lie I le But In this thl case c the Information Informationwas Informationwas
was w so 1 direct Irt and nd the tle details delal so 1 cir circumstantial olrcumtnUal dr droumstaatial ¬ I
cumstantial I cumtnUal such a I as the llenage lenge of the thelady thela thelady
lady I la and nd the fact tt tLnt she he was W the thedaughter thedaubter thedaughter
daughter of a deceased d8d had td wellknown wellknownWashington wellknownWashington lknow
Waahnlen Washington clergyman that we con concluded cn cncludetl coneluder ¬
cluded t to authenticate RutheDUcte our information informationwithout htformaUol informationwithout
without wihout further turhr assistance Ililtan0 from the thechlet thechief i ichief
chief I clerks cerki office ofce of the Pension Inlol De Department De Dopartnient ¬
partment I This Tbl we did and aDI published publhell priblisheilthe i ithe
the I article artole which we w way lay state tle en enjuuiant or
juuiant j created crted a profound prouncl sensation sensationall sensationall Dton Dtonal
all I al over the tie city ciy cityDuring 1
During the week past pt w we have re r ascalved i icelved
calved t celve a bushel ot letters lete Inside lalSe and andoutside nd
outside I of the Department Deprtmft besides bldll nu numerous DUmerou numerous ¬
merous I calls cll from trm Pension Penon Office Olce em employes I Iployes
ployes I ploy aud from persons perl who knew th the I Ilate
late l ate Rev Mr Mitchell MitchellMiss MitchellMiss
Miss Mitchell Mlchen has hI been persecuted peraeule persecutedand i iand
and I reduced reducd In salary Iar to 20 per permonth pr permonth <
month I and she stands tand alone in th the I Iunprecedented
unprecedented 1 unprente Injustice I ulto to which she hs i ihas
has I hl been bn subjected luhject She is a clerk In i ithe cthe the
the t t he mall mal division Ilvlllon ot the Pension enllonpent De i ipartment
pertinent pent at 20 0 per month and hdr htr I Iname 1nme iname
name I nme 1 is on the payroll payron and on 01 the theroster tbertr <
roster I rtr of the employe emplo of th the Pension i iDepartment
Department DPrtment notwithstanding Dotwltutndlnt th the de deliberal delberate <
lberate l liberal 11 le lie of the lady in the chief chiefclerks tlerks <
clerks I c office olce who phoned in response rllpol I Ito
to I t o our Inquiries Inqulre i iThe ITbe iThe
The chief of her division dlvllion has 1 been b I Iappealed Iappealed iappealed
appealed I to time tm and again alln to repair rir i ithe
ta the t t he shocking hocklD Injustice InuIUc of which she be ben is isan Isn
an I a n ULOoraplalng lolplaln victim v1tht In this very ver I Imall
mall I m1 division there ther Is another case o of 1 1a
a I poor pr widow wlllo who has b been bn twice twc re t tduced
duced duc d uced by the th heartless hlrl chief cblftb chieftherother th r rbrother
brother b b of Blnger Bln Herman HermanThe Uel1
The Globe Glob will w1 how want Int courtesy courtesyand courtl courtesyad
and I s Dd but little ltle mercy mer when it I comas comasour 0
our 0 o ur way wr to t th the unfeeling untID unmanly unmanlyand 1nDly 1nDlyaDd
and a nd strutting cads who dress
cs dr dressed id In 11 a aIltUa a1U aittle
IltUa 1 1U briaf br brl t authority authort oppress op the thehelpless thelelpll
b lelpll h helpless and anl subject lubJet to t such uck gross grO In Injustice InjuUc inustice ¬
justice juUc ustice the decent clet and refined reln81 women womanIn
In n the Government Departments Deprtmet t tu
1 Y
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1 1r
PtJr r Sal 5le by the thefrawsboys th
frawsboys N b and a at all allNews al 1
News Stands StandsIrlee Stand StandIrlce
Irlee lrIC Five Flv lv Cants
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The U Madam of the White Whie House Housea
a Saxton SaxtonDIED SaxtonDED SaxtonDIED
Her Brother Fell Fel a Victim Vlclm to Hit Lusts in inCanton InCanlon InCanton
Canton Ohio b by the Hands of Mrs George GeorgiThe GeorgeThe GeorgeThe
The Card of I Venus Verla Anmrtd Ansrd Frank Frankand FranUand Frankand
and Truthfullj Trulhful TruthiulljThe The President Is of Irish IrishExtraction iish iishExtraclon IrishEstraotlon
Extraction Extraclon but Not His Wife WifeIne WifeI WifeInc
Inc I ne Globe Gobe is In receipt celPt of a com communication comlUunlaaUon conimunicatlon ¬
munication signed lgne Verltas Verlts re veuilng veuilngtrouble veallngtroubl veuilngtrouble
trouble In the tie high social Ilal circles crcle of the theWhite theWhie theWhite
White Whie House 1011 beefiiwe bu of the low Irish Irishextraction Irih Irihextracton Irishextraction
extraction extracton of the Madam Jlallm The he Globe Globeassume Oob Globeassumes
assume um that th the Madam mutt be b the thewife thewIe thewife
wife wIe of the President Irllent If I such UCB is the thefact thefat thetact
fact fat Verltas Verlt Is mistaken mlltken as 8 to her herJlenage herunae herhienage
Jlenage She Is I of neither neiher high nor norlow norlow norlow
low Irish extraction xtrton Mrs McKlnleys McKlnleysmaiden McKlnl1a McKlnl1alden Mekiiileysmaiden
maiden lden name ne is Saxton lltn Her family familysocially tamly tamlyIlall familysocially
socially Ilall and a In wealth at the time tme of oter ofel ofeI
er marriage mm was much higher than thanuat thanut thanuet
uat ut of the te MoKlnleys MoKlnle The he MeKln MeKlneys McKiiieys
eys 4 are however of Irish extraction extractionwhether elractlon elractlonwheU1er extractionwhether
whether low or high hll must be b deter determined dttr dttrwlnt dtermined ¬
mined wlnt from frm th the point vlnt of view ot each eachperson tch eachperson
person n for himself hlmI It I is true there therear therear thereare
ar ar are but bt few Irish charactertotlos charltrlt0 In laPresident InPrdelt inPresident
President Prdelt McKinley and one Oe Is notably notablyabsent notbly notblyabnt notablyabsent
absent abnt which is a common inheritance inheritanceot Inheriance Inherianceot
ot th the low and high Irish vii vi grati gratitude fraj frajM groAttude ¬
tude M There Thee 1 is another equally 81181y as asprominent asprominent asprominent
prominent an Irish trait not confined confinedto contned
to 0 0 the high b18l Irish but shared In by the thelow thelow thelow
low as well 1 And that Is their patsed patsedword pas paswrd poeedword
word wrd or promt promise No true man ot Irish Irishextraction Irishextracton Irishextraction
extraction extracton will violate either How However However Howover ¬
ever we give space to the card of Ver Veritas Verlt Vetibis
Iv pce
ibis lt in the belief blt that there is some somemlstexe Iwe Iwemltae somemistaxe
mlstexe tended mltae as a to the tie Madam Aallam who wlo Is In Intended Intende intended ¬
tendedWashington tende
Washington D C Aug Au 21 1901 1901SUITOR 1901 1901lOunrom
SUITOR BDrR Gums GWII I notice nolce by your pa paper p paper
per where you tackle tckle things thlnKI of both bothlow bothlow bothlow
low and high degree der on One ne thing that thatha thathas I Iha
ha ha has not apparently appartl1t occurred ocurred to you on Is Isthe Isthe Isthe
the lax and Ignorance Igorne at the Headquar Headquarters Jaquar Jaquarte1 hIedquartens ¬
tens te1 of Affairs Affair Suppose luppe for instance Instaneeyou IDtnoe IDtnoelrU instanceypu
you go into the history hltry ot the MadiVu MadiVuot Matldnof Iadl 1
ot lrU the White Whi House loul who Is of low IrIsh Irtahextraction Irwhtracton IrIshextraction
extraction tracton and for years has been bn a apt 1 apest
pt pt and eyesore e8re to her surroundings surroundingsNow Burrolndlnl surroundingNow
Now It I stands tnd to reason ron that her fa favorites t torlt isvoritas ¬
vorites orlt are of o Ute t sane 4 mold moh of char character eharacter character ¬
acter I undrtaad from trm from Home onie one onewho O onewho
who la I employed 1 In toe tie place pia that mat matters matter ins insteas ¬
teas ter mast raackatf a ccixth C cgJuh j before test Isatelection Itelect testelectIon
election elect tat wawpmed s WWed jpidheti up sad d are arenow arenow re renow
now tipSSSie4Altinns n a K jaVsii < l latlons tlon generally generallyTk generallyThe raIJ raIJT
Tk T The oaattNr fair frd sad xoclal Huch Hlt Hltpr season seasonpromise asoti asotipromts
promise pr to 1 hfiaythlng ynytliing tblnr but exalting nmlttagWatch el exaltingWatch > g gWa
Watch Wa tat ti this fattt e4t and nd lay something somethingIn letblng
iii In iwtr rugsg MMT aaaalin setL M will t wx wx4ouM D ao aojaebI
4ouM VffiMRbrtti biIa 1 1 rth an D tOmtlf eeicomu1In com ita that thatwttt thAtIa thatwI
wttt wI Ia Mrattae rl the fastidious fUdi u
The Globe Gob knows nothing of the pa patrician p patrician ¬
trician society olety in which Veritas Verlu evi evidently evidentiy ¬ I
dently denty moves mov and it turns tuns over to the theJenkins theJenkins I IJenklnl
Jenkins of the dally daly press the further furtherinvestigation turlherInv8tlpUon furtherInvestigation
investigation Inv8tlpUon of this disagreeable disagreeablesquabble dl8a disagreeablesquabble reblo rebloIuabble
squabble Iuabble In the White House 10u e social socialcircle socialcrcle socialcircle
circle crcle Bn pageant Plnt however It gives givesVerltas glvHVerltae givesVents
Vents Information that Mrs Mr Mr Mc MeKlnleya McKlnleys McKinleys
Klnleya brother th the libertine lbrtne Sexton Saxtondied Sxton Sxtondletl Sextondied
died by a womans hand In Canton a ayear aYMr ayear
year or two ago and that his murder murderess murderass
ass 8 was wl acquitted aoqulted by an Ohl6 jury of ofher other ofliar
her peers She had been ben a victim victm of ofhis ofhl ofhis
his hl lusts and was cast Clt off ol after having havingdeserted havingd8rtl havingdeserted
deserted d8rtl husband hllllllll and children chidren for her herseducer herHcer herseducer
seducer Hcer who had an evil vl reputation reputUon as asa asa asa
a Canton libertine lbertine and a seducer euMr In the city clr of ofCanton otCanton ofCanton
Reaches Relch a Limit LmiCals LimitCalls Calls Down His HisClerks Hs HsClerk HisClerks
Clerks Clerk for Speaking Speaking to Friends FriendsTh PrlendsThe FriendsThe
Th The abovenamed alvnamed and nd titled tite Individ Individual Indlvldual Indlvhluai
ual who bosses b the te Siberian Sibrian Division DivisionIn
In Castles Cts Department Deprent has reached rechtl a alimit almit aUnit
limit lmit it Is I to be b hoped hop Timing Tlmlnl ladles ladlesIn ladle8In ladlesIn
In the dressing drln rooms rml was suggestively suggeitlvelyand BUItvely BUItvelyand suggestivelyand
and Indecently Indenty gross rO and anl could coul only onlyemanate onlyemDate onlyemanate
emanate emDate from a mind too to coarse cor to be beaffected beItetel beaffected
affected Itetel by newspaper neweppr criticism crltchm but butJohnson butJolnln butJohnson
Johnson Jolnln has ha gone even eyn a step further furtherA
A male clerk In his hi division dlvlll n happen happening hpl happening ¬
ing to meet met an n exclerk of the game sDe dl division dlvlelon dlvision ¬
vision on the street tret the put week wek ex exchanged exchnge exchanged ¬
I chnge changed salutations Iuttona and held hel a brief briefconversation briefconvrton briefconversation
conversation I convrton On his kil return retlrn to the Si Siberian 81berlan SIbenian ¬
berian exile exie division of the Sixth SI lh Au Audltors Audlors Auditors
dltors I dlors Office omc he was w met by Johnson Johnsonwith JohnlonI Johnsonwith
with the
wih interrogation interrogationYou
You were talking with wih Mrs Gr GrYes 01 01Yes 0 0Yes
Yes sir hadnt seen In her for a a long lengtime longUme longtime
time 1 Ume poor pr lady ldy
Beware came cm rolling roIlng out In the thethick Ue Uethick thethick
thick 1 gutteral Itral voice votc of the dread drea chief chiefof chletof chiefof
of the Siberians SiberiansWhat Sllrla1 SibeniansWhat
What Is I It an af offense olenle to return the tkesalutations tie tielall theselut4tions
salutations I lall ton of a 1 lady asked aked the clerk clerkIn olrkIn clerkn
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phI I amassment amRent at hi his audacity In ad addressing add1tng addressing ¬
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Southern I Itrn woman of high hlh connections connectionsthough conDeto connectionshough
though t tloub t poor pr In purse pur She formerly formerlyworked tormerlyworke formerlyworked
worked 1 worke In the Sixth Sith Auditors Office Officeand Olc Officeand
and I was dismissed dlmll by Castle Calte while wile she shewas IheaUndln shewas
was 1 attending aUndln sick lck daughters bedside bedsideIt blde bldeI
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dered der O cred her discharge dlaharle The Globe Gob will willin w1 willn
in n a I future Issue go Into more details detailson deis deiso dstallen
on o o n this ti I case c For Fr the present it re resMctfully re repectfiilly
s sMctfully ptfuly asks ak Secretary hrtry Gal Gage It an anelderly aneldrly anlderly
e elderly lderly male clerk aerk may exchange the thecourteous th therourteoue
courteous t curus salutation ulutaton of anelderly Ielderly ex exfemale cxemale
female l tmle f clerk on O this t Btrncta of f Wash W WInln Washngton ¬
ington Inln ngton without wtlout being b sniijeetod hjetl to the theInsulting theIDllUnl theasulting
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ll ion on the Ue personal plnal chattels cut tell of this tlJ over overbearing ovl overtingImbecile ¬ r
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conduct c action outside his hi olilee
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office C oe O ffice and Id related relafd the brutal brltal story tor of ofher othr ofer
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I realQ r reading the detail del the conduct coduot ot otthso oCthN
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