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Tho History of a Deserter Dc ertcl From the thettlftyseventh tho1ft1oventh thePIft7ev
ttlftyseventh PIft7ev 1ft1oventh nth Pennsylvania In Whoso WhosoDaughter WhosoDaughter hoso hosoDauthter
Daughter Is Isa a Leading Actress and andWho andWho andWho
Who Is in Ignorance lunoralioeofller1athers lunoralioeofller1athersDlsl1onorablo IgtiorithooofllorFatlrnrsDishonorable of Her Fathers FathersDishonorable
Dishonorable Military Record Recorlrhe RecorlrheIarvellous RecordThe1arve11ous The TheMarvellous
Marvellous Iarvellous System or the Auditor AuditorIbr Auditorfor Audhtortor
for tho War VarDepartment VarDepartmentrhere Department Departmentthere DepartmentIlitre
there isnt a genuine old soldier of the theCivil theiI thei1
Civil iI War nor a 1 youngster of the Spanish Spanishpicnic Spanlsbpicnic Spanfhct1iC
picnic ct1iC but who sustains utafn President Roosevelt Rooseveltin
in his vetoing of bills bLh1 restoring bounty bountyjumpers bountyjumpers bountyjumpers
jumpers and deserters to the rolls rohI of honor honorably honorably honorabI ¬
ably abI discharged dlscharg d veterans as a principle principleThere principleThere principleThere
There are re no doubt exceptional cases of ofdeserving ofdeserving ofdeserving
deserving men who are entitled to have havetlieir llavetheir bavet1iir
their records of desertion de ertlon or other Injus Injustice injustice thjuslice
tice rectified rec fled But they must mu t be and are arefew arefew arcfew
few indeed and considering the probabili probabilities probabilities probabhhties ¬
ties that there are any such the exsoldiers exsoldiersof
of all the wars Civil Spanish and Filipino Filipinoapprove 11lUptnoapprove 1hhlprnoapprove
approve of the general policy of ending this thisyearly thisyearly thiayearly
yearly Congressional grind of bills bhll for fortheir fortheir fortheir
their restoration by the Presidential veto vetoThe vetoTbe vetoThe
The President has seen only the safe fringe fringeof fringeof fringeof
of war but even his little experience in the thetented thetented thezented
tented field admonishes aduzonishle9hhin him that there is isft isa isR
ft die respectable per cent of coffee coffeecoolers colTeecoolers coffeecoolers
coolers flukers aud general worthless worthlesscusses wortblesscusses worthlesscueies
cusses and disreputable uniformed cowards cowardsmisnamed cowardsmisnamed cowardsnilsuamed
misnamed soldiers in every army And in iuthe inthe inthe
the enormous army the North placed in the thefield tbefield theheld
field from fr m 1861 to 1865 it is small wonder wonderthat wondertbat wonderthat
that there were thousands of these types of ofalleged ofal1eied ofafleget
alleged soldiers soldiersV soldierscase
V 1 case in point came to the surface re recently reo reocently recently ¬
cently in this city which will illustrate the thend theI theend
I end nd we are driving at viz the total cessa cessation cessation cessatiofl ¬
tion of Congressional special pension bills billsand billsand billsand
and restoration to the rolls of bounty bountyjumpers bountyjumpers bountyjumpers
jumpers and nd deserters For special pen pension pension penion ¬
sion ion bills during the regime of Mr If Bvans Bvansthere Itvansthere Ilvansthere
there was wa ample cause but under the ad administration administration administration
ministration of an honest soldier who has hasseen hasseen hasseen
seen service we may reasonably look for forward forWard forward ¬
ward to fair treatment treatment for all whose claims claimsare claimsare claimszre
are legitimate and meritorious uuiturio The ease se of offraud ofhaud offraud
fraud we are about to recite came me m to the thesurface thesurface thesurface
surface iu the examination of th4SHMi tb ftfHitf ftfHitftbe 11Ie iff iffthe ftfthe
the Auditors office of the War Department DepartmentIt
It appears that a young lady playing an anengagement anengagement anengagement
engagement at one of oar local theatres theatresformed theatresformed theatresfQrmed
formed a speaking acquaintance acq alntance with a one onearmed onearmed onearmed
armed veteran v teran at the dining dlnin table of the thehotel thehotel thehotel
hotel Having ascertained that he lost his hisarm hisarm lilaarm
arm in the war and andthat that he was receiving a apension apension apension
pension the young lady said saidMy saidtlbIy saidMi
tlbIy My father fought all through the war warand warand warand
and neither got bounty pay payor or pension pensionThe pensionrbe pensionThe
The veteran expressed surprise and In Informed Informed informed ¬
formed the young lady that all volunteer volunteersoldiers volunteersoldiers volunteersoldiers
soldiers in the Civil War received and were wereentitled wereentitled wereentitled
entitled to the bounty paid by the Federal FederalGovernment FederalGovernment FederalGovernment
Government GovernmentWell GovernmentWen GovernmentWell
Well my father never got a penny He Heis Heis Heis
is old and helpless bel pless now and is dependent on onwhat onwhat onwhatisend
what whatisend I send him from my salary retorted retortedthe ret retertedthe rted rtedthe
the young lady Whereupon the onearmed onearmedveteran onearmedeteran oneariiiedVeteran
veteran who is a friend of the Auditor for forthe forthe forthe
the War Department promised there and andthen andtllen andthen
then to look into the case He instructed instructedthe Instructedtae instructedthe
the young lady to write to her father and andascertain andascertain andascertain
ascertain his regiment company and ser service serAdce serice ¬
vice ice and he would do the rest restIn restIn restIn
In two weeks the veteran received a letter letterfrom letterfrom letterfrom
from the young actress actreHlnclosing inclosing one from fromher fromher fromtier
her sire The fathers letter ctter gave his name nameand nameand nameand
and regiment the Fiftysev Fiftyseventh Plftyseventh Fiftyeventh ¬
enth Pennsylvania and his services which whichwere whichWere whichwere
were indeed long and creditable The one onearmed onearmed onearmed
armed veteran with benevolence and sol soldierly solJierly aoldierly ¬
dierly comradeship intent hied him to his hisfriend hisfriend hisfriend
friend the auditor and presented the letters lettersof lettersof lettersof
of the actress and her father fatherAll ratherAlt fatherAll
All right said ald the auditor and touch touching touchini touchlag ¬
lag a bell one of his clerks appeared whom whomhe whonlbe whomie
he ie ordered to bring from the files the recqrd recprdf recqrdof
of f of the Fiftyseventh Penn Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania The celerity with which the pack package packsge package ¬
age was produced astonished even the one onearmed onearmed onearmed
armed veteran as it did not take three threeminutes threeminutes threemiuutea
minutes When one considers the fact that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there were millions of enlisted men it is isindeed Isindeed isindeed
indeed amazing aiuazingthat that pn the designation desh natlon of ofname ofJlame ofsame
name and regimes the t e record recordof of any sol soldier soldier aoldier ¬
dier of the Civil War can be produced producedalmost producedalmot producedalmost
almost at the drop of a hat hatThe hattbe hatThe
The record of the actress father was in inspected Inpected inspected ¬
spected pected with the following result resultEnlisted retlultEnlisted resultEnlisted
Enlisted in Fifty seventh Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniawas
was taken prisoner and anitconfined confined in Libby Libbyprison Libbyprison Libbyprison
prison Unlisted in the Confederate ConCede rate Army Armyand Armynd I Iand
and nd served in that army atmyunt arwyvnill until I taken prisoner prisonerby prisonerby I Iby
by the command of which his own regi regiment regiment ¬ I
ment formed part Tried by courtmartial courtmartialand courtmarUaland courtmartialand
and sentenced to be shot Pardoned by byPresident byPresident byPresident
President Lincoln and restored to duty dutyServed dutyServed dutyServed
Served in the Union Army a few months monthsand monthsand monthsand
and deserted rejoining his Confederate ConfederateTegimenOwith ConfedefAteregimentwlth ConfederateTegimentwithi
TegimenOwith which be served until the thefinal tbenal thefun
fun final nal surrender at Appomattox AppomattoxIn
In the pigeon box containing contahlln this thluoldierf thluoldierfentire soldiers soldiersentire soldiersentire
entire record was that portion of the Con Confederate Confederate Confederate ¬
federate archives relating to his case Thus Thusin Thusin Thusin
in a few minutes the entire war history of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this soldier who never received pension or orbounty orbounty orbounty
bounty was laid bare and the onearmed onearmedveteran ont onearmedveteran arl1led arl1ledveteran
veteran who had interested himself in the thecase thecase thecase
case because of the actress daughter of the theexConfed theexConfed thetxCoiffed
exConfed ex exYank Yank and deserter felt not notonly notonlyc11eap notonly
only onlyc11eap cheap but indignant indignantIn
In writing to the actress however he hevery hevery hevery
very considerately restrained this indigna indignation indignation Indignation ¬
tion and simoly slmol informed her that her herfather herfather herfather
father received everything everythinglie he was entitled entitledto
to from Uncle Sam SamThere SamThere SamThere
There is no doubt dout whatever7 but that the theyoung theyoung theyoung
young lady lad was honest enough in believing believingher believingher behievin behievinher
her father entitled to the pension and andbounty andbounty andbountygiven
bounty bountygiven given rdvenw To ff others and that she was ws in inentire InenUre inentire
entire ignorance of his dishonorable career careerin mreerIn careerin
in the service of his country The old chap chapit chapIt chapit
it may be assumed took special care In re relattag relat reJatipg
lattag lat g him war experiences to conceal from fromhis fromhis ronl ronlhis
his daughter and all others his disreputable disreputablerecord dlsrevutatnerecorti disreputablerecort
record as a soldier And in his ignorance ignoranceof ig orance oranceof
of the perfect erfect ystem with which Ithe the war warL
record are preserved preseryed and the individual individualwar individualwar individualwar
war war history hJstoi of every soldier who wore the theblue theblue theblue
blue ready at a moments notice to be pro produced produced produced ¬
duced he foolishly entertained the idea ideathat ideathat ideathat
that be could manufacture a record and andconceal andconceal andconceal
conceal his desertion and service in tile tileConfederate tileConfederate tileConfederate
Confederate army armyIt armyIt armyIt
It would be unprofitable to speculate how howmany bowmany howmany
many equally unworthy cases have gone gonethrough gonethrouih gonethrough
through C9igrc9s Clllire and the th unworthy sol soldiers eelcltet ol oldletl ¬
diers records amended and themselves themselvesplaced theWlehteaplaced themeivesplaced
placed on the pension foil We knoyv knoV of a arounder 1 1rounder arounder
rounder named Bnright Colonel En Enright Enright Thiright
right of Chicago formerly of Cincinnati Cincinnatiwho Cincinnatiwbo Cincinnatiwho
who slipped through in this manner and andwho andwbo andwho
who is now in the receipt of a pension of
30 per month Doubtless there are others othersbntitis othersbnt othersbnt
bntitis bnt it Is principally by the Congressional Congressionalroute Congressionalroute Congressionalroute
route and special bills such cases cne succeed succeedalbeit succeedalbeit succeedalbeit
albeit we have published the names of ofseveral ofseveral ofseveral
several whom Commissioner Evans know knowingly knowingly knowingly ¬
ingly permits to draw fraudulent pensions pensionsbecause pensionsbecause pensionsbecause
because the recipients have a pull It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was the discovery and publication of one oneof oneof oneof
of these cases ases wlJt1b which caused the GLOBE to todoubt todoubt todoubt
doubt Mr Evans professions as an honest honestpension boncatpension honestpension
pension reformer and which induced us to tolook tolook tolook
look up and inquire more particularly into intohis intohis intohis
his management of the Pension Bureau Bureauwith Bureauwith Bureauwith
with the result that we can c n state without withoutboasting withoutboasllng withoutboasting
boasting or egotism his official scalp is isnow Isnow isnow
now at the taxidermists getting suitably suitablycured suitablycured suitablycured
cured and mounted for the GLOBE office officeIt officeIt otliceIt
It is a safe proposition therefore after afterthirtyseven afterthlrtysnen afterthirtyseven
thirtyseven years for President Roosevelt Rooseveltto
to battleax every case of deserter bounty bountyjumper bountyjumper bountyjumper
jumper and dishonorably discharged sol soldier soldier aoldier ¬
dier of the Civil War coming comln through Con Congress Congre88 Congrass ¬
grass to his official table The more vetos vetbsnow vetosnow vetOsnow
now of this character the better soldiers soldiershereafter soldiershereafter soldiershereafter
hereafter hereafterThe hereafterThe hereafterThe
The recent developments before the theHouse tbeHousc theHouse
House Committee on military affairs in con connection conI connectioll connection ¬
I nection with one of these rascally bills in introduced intJoduced intioduced ¬
troduced by Senator Hnnna to amend the therecord therecord therecord
record of an army nurse named Harrison HarrisonWagner HarrisonWagner HarrisonWagner
Wagner shows that Hanna and others have havealready havealready havealready
already secured for this man a pension and andincrease andincrease andincrease
increase to 40 per month Not content contentwith contentwIth contentwith
with this filching from the treasury Sena Senator Senator Seriator
tor Hanna as stated introduced a bill to todeclare todeclare todeclare
declare Wagner was an assistant surgeon in inthe Inthe inthe
the army instead of nurse This contention contentionwas contentionwas contentionwas
was backed up with documents which the thecommittee tlecommittee thecommittee
committee discovered to be rank forgeries forgeriesThe for forgeriesThecommittee erlts erltsThe
The Thecommittee committee of ofeourse course reported Hannaa Hannaabill Hannasbin Mannasbill
bill adversely but who is to to be sent to the thepenitentiary thepenltentary thepenitentiary
penitentiary for the forgery of the docu documents documents documente ¬
ments This case ought to be sufficient to toaduiouiah toadwoulsh toadmonish
admonish Congress to leave severely alone alonethe alonethe alonetheamnding
the theamnding amending and patching of up soldiers soldiersrecords soldiersrecords soldiersrecords
records recordsI recordsLet recordsI4et I
I Let atthe the archives of the Auditor uditor of the theWar theWtar tIleWar
War Deportment Dep rtm nt be the final and all allefficient aUsrlBclent allstUflclent
efficient proofs of the soldiers tkt tit cuffee cuffeestanding cneel ceffeeeo5I
eo5I l s the 4eeetemi1dtI1Ift1tIt4i 4eeetemi1dtI1Ift1tIt4istanding t1lMrtbtJt11nt fIti fItistanding
standing and war record recordHall rtcordlIull roordhall
Hall or Records RecordsAn ItccordsAn RecordsAn
An appropriation of 500000 for purchase purchaseof
of sight and an additional appropriation for forthe forthe forthe
the same sum to construct one wing of ofHaU a aHall a aHall
Hall of Records was authorized Thursday Thursdaylast ThursdaYlast Thursdallast
last by the Senate The bill was passed passedwith passedwith passedwith
with little debate SenatorVest Senat rVest of Missouri Missouriexplaining Missouriexplaining Missouriexplaining
explaining the need for such a structure in inWashington inWashington inWashington
Washington Senator Platt of Connecticut Connecticutmade Connecticutmade Connecticutmade
made some objection as he understood understoodSenator understoodSenator understoodSenator
Senator Hale of Maine would oppose the themeasure themeasure themeasure
measure but it was explained that Senator SenatorHales SenatorHales SenatorHales
Hales objection applied to a bill for an ex executive executive cxecutive
ecutive department building on the block blockadjoining blockadjolnhlg blockadjoining
adjoining Lafayette Square SquareThe SquareThe SquareThe
The bill provides for a Hall of Records Recordswhich Recordswbicb Recordswhich
which when completed shall have 5000 5000ooo
000 cubic feet of space The wing to be beconstructed beconstructed beconstructed
constructed first under direction of the Sec Secretary Seeretaty Secretay ¬
retary of the Treasury Is to have 1800000 1800000cubic iSooooocubi I Icubic
cubic cubi feet of space s ace The Secretaries of the theTreasury theTreasury theTreasury
Treasury and Interior and the Postmaster PostmasterGeneral PostmasterGeneral PostmasterGeneral
General are constituted a commission to toselect toselect toselect
select a site and if no satisfactory pur purchase purchase purchase ¬
chase can be made in ninety das condem condemnation oondemnation coudernnation ¬
nation proceedings are authorized authorizedMonument autborlzed31onumel1t authorizedMonument
Monument to the Pathfinder PathfinderPresident l PathfinderPresident uth n < 1er 1erPresident
President Roosevelt expressed his ap approval approval approval ¬
proval the past week of the measure now nowpending nowpending nowpending
pending in Cougresst for the appropriation appropriationofjooooto appropriationof appropriationof5o000to
ofjooooto of 50000 to erect a monument in Wash Washihgtonto Washington Washlngtonto
ihgtonto ington to the late Maj Gen John C Fre Fremottt Fremont Fremont
mont Maj aJ R H Long of Pittsburg Pa Pasecretary Pasecretary Pasc
secretary sc retary of the National Fremont Associa Association Assoclation Association ¬
tion of the United States called on the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President during the week and had a talk talkwith talkwltb talkwith
with him concerning con ernlng the proposed monu monument monument monuwent ¬
ment The bill providing for the erection erectionof
of the memorial to Gen Fremont was in introduced introduced Introduced ¬
troduced in the House by Representative RepresentativeDalzell RepresentativeDalzell i iDalzetl
Where the Credit Belongs BelongsWhen nolongsWhen flohoiigaWhen
When the caucus of the House Dem6 Dem6crats Dem6crats Democrta
crats which decided to present a united unitedfront unitedfront unitedfront
front in favor of an amendment removing removingthe removingtbe removingthe
the differential on refined sugar was held heldlast beldlast helllast
last week there was some misunderstand misunderstanding ¬
ing as to the authorship of the falutidi falutidimaking ftolutidn ftolutidnmaking lutl f1 f1making
making the action of the caucus binding bindingIt
It developed that th t the resolution in favor favorof favorol favorof
of removing the differential was offered by byMr byMr byMr
Mr Swanson of Virginia but that the theother theother theother
other resolution making that action binding bindingUpon bindinguPQn bindingupcin
Upon all the House Democrats was pre presented presente presented ¬
sented sente by bylIr Mr Williams of Mississippi MississippiCol
Col Crowders report after going through throughthe throughthe throughthe
the White House Imported English sausage sausagemachine SQUlNIgeluachlne sausagemachine
machine is as much like the original draft draftwritten draftwritten draftwritten
written by the colonel on the British camp campin campin campin
in New Orleans as an American Amorl n mule is like likea
a Liverpool draft horse horseCrowninshield llorscCrownlnsbiehl horseCrowninshield
Crowninshield will be able to personally personallyexplain personaltyexplain personallyexplain
explain to Bdwardbowhe Hdward bow lIe bottled Schley Schleyand SCbleyand Sahileyand
and boosted Sampson This Information Informationwill InCormatiouwUl informationwill
will be timely in view of the ending of the theBoer theDoer thehoer
Boer war which Lord Roberta claimed was wasall waaal1 wasall
all over when the king was only Prince of ofWales ofWal ofWa1es
Wales WalesThe Wal Wa1esThe
The Confederate reunion in Dallas Texas Texashas Texaalisa rex rexhas
has been fully exploited in the esteemed esteemedPott eetolWedPoll eatcmedIWI
Poll We enjoyed all Tie Hading r adln immensely immenselyas
as III C had a pretty close acquaintance a with withthe wltbthe withthe
the old lboystP boys when they were younger youngerand YOUl1ierand youngerand
and better sprinters They never could couldcatch couldcotch couldcatch
catch us howeverl
Like Master Like Man Are the theCapital theCapital theY theYCapital
Capital Traction Tr ction Employes EmployesASSAULT EmployesASSAULT
The Th Bunco Car Which Vb 1011 Loops the theLoop UIQLoop tiieLoop
Loop Deceives Numbers of People PeopleDally PeopleDallyTho PeopleDailyThe
Dally DallyTho Tho Policy of the Capital CapitalTraction CapUaTraction CapitalTraction
Traction Company Companys is Is Boorish Borrlsbne88 Borrlsbne88and Borislineae Borislineaeand ness nessand
and Discourtesy to the General GeneralPublic GenerllPubtlc GeneralPublic
Public PublicThe PubtlcTbe PublicThe
The employes of the Capital Traction TractionCompany TractroliCompany TractionCompany
Company in their gruffness and hectoring hectoringof hectoringof
f of the patrons of the road model themselves themselvesiter thenzselveafter J Jafter
after the president of the company CO IIjpan y who whoitnsgines whq whqimagiqes wli wlilmughjes
itnsgines he has the only onlyroad road in the United UnitedStates UnltiIStat Unite UniteStates
States Stat s and Is as indifferent to the demand demandof demaudof
of the public as the Calepb of Bagdad Bag ad Tlip1 Tlip1assault Tl1faS8l1ult 11 11assault
assault on Senator Money by the conductor conductorata eonductIQt eon4uctoota
ota Qt a car on this line is but the natural natll natllsequence naturtsequence naturalsequence
sequence of the assumptions of the man management IIIlntarement uieszageinent
agement and president that the public have haveno haveno haveno
no rights they are bound to respect Time Timeand TImeand Timeand
and again complaints have been made maet At Atthis atthis atthis
this office by compulsory patrons fItronl of thi thiline thiS thiSlIue tbialine
line of the bunco game ame it plays in running runninga runnii runniia
a car around the loop at the Peace Feace Moan Moannient Ion Ionnunt i imerit
merit compelling passengers pa8lengCr8 to alight alightwho allhtwho alightwho
who were in ignorance of the fact factthat facttllat factthat
that the particular car they were ott ottwent ottwent onwent
went only as far as the loop Tliere Tliereis Tbereill Thertis
is i no io way way for passengers to inform informmost infortith Inform Informthjmnselves
th thjmnselves mselves about this particular cu AI AImost Ahmost
most everybody using the line has been de deceivcd deceived tIeceived
ceived by it and put to inconvenience The Theconductors Theconductors Theconductors
conductors too seem to enjoy the embar embarrassment enibarrasement 11Ib r rrassment ¬
rassment of the passengers and complaints comptelntsat
at the office are scornfully grinned at by tile tilebrusque tilebrusque tIlebrusque
brusque and gruff gruTprcsidentof president of the company compan companSenator
Senator Money was clearly entitled entltledto entltledtoride to toride toride
ride to the B O and both conductors conductorsknew conductoraknew conductorsknew
knew it He Hewus was not the first nor the thehundreth thel1un th thhiundreth
hundreth l1un reth person who has been buncoed buncoedinto bul1Coec1into buncoedinto
into paying two fares by the slowness of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the conductors to give transfers tran fers whether whttlierthrough whttberthrough whetherthrough
through design or not the public can jtalge jtalgeby JdReb jdgeby
by b the frequent occurrences of the klif kit ku kuInstead I IInstead
Instead oJ the conductor announclnt announcini4to announcini4topassengers to topassengers t tpetl8engers
passengers before reaching reaehin the loop loopdestination loopdestination loopdesthiation
destination of the car and offering transi transito tranlltD trsnsfb trsnsfbto
to those tbo e who are entitled to tothe them l he a arule arle ayple
rule manages to reach ttt the loop 100 in ouch ouchhave Muchthat IICh
inlrrffutr that liell tt nHlot eeopeWta pdH pdHhave I4 I4have
have no time to secure transfers and ar arthus arUrus arthus
thus compelled to walk or pay another anotherfare anotherfare anotherfare
fare There is no excuse for this iu the thepresident thepresident thepresident
president and management of the company companyhave companyhave coflipanyhave
have been time and again informed of the theswindle Lheswindle theswindle
swindle swindleSenator swindleSenator swindleSenator
Senator Money stood upon his rights ri hts and andvery amidvery ud udvery
very properly refused to be bled for a asecond asecond asecond
second fare fareThe fareThe fareThe
The rough manner in which he was han handled 11Ondied bandied ¬
died is as stated modeled after the tlteolTen tlteolTenivelv ofTen offensively ofTensively ¬
sively domineering manner of President PresidentDuulop PresidentDunlop PresidentDunlop
Dunlop toward the patronage of his road roadHe roadHe roadHe
He is more independent than thanVanderbllt Vanderbilt or orMorgan orMorgan orMorgan
Morgan and his line and goasyouplease goasyoupleasemanagement go goaeycupteasemanagement Vouplease Voupleasemanagement
management badly need some sotm iOt e Congres Congressional Coniresslonal Congressmonal ¬
sional v vIn
regulations regulationsIn
In pleasing contrast to Dunlops autocratic autocratictreatment autocratictreatment autocratictreatment
treatment treatment of the public is the courteous courtepuB and andattentive RIIattentive andattentive
attentive manner m manner nller in which the officials of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the Metropolitan Railroad looks after the thecomforts thecomforts jimecomforts
comforts and convenience of their patrons patronsFrom patronslfrom patronsFrom
From General Harries down to the motor motormen motormen motormen
men conductors and other employes of the theMetropolitan theMetrQPotltan tImeMetropoUtami
Metropolitan the public receives every at attention attentlon attention ¬
tention that can or ought tb be expected expectedIf
If the Capital Traction Company will not notimitate notimltate notimitate
imitate this courtesy courte y and politeness they theyought theyought theyought
ought to be beconipehled compelled com pelled to do so soli in the inter interests interests Intereats ¬
ests of f the traveling public publicE publicE
E 2 IluHbus Uaurn UaurnThe V lisiumTime um umThe
The following fohlowin has been received and ex explains explains explains
plains itself itselfHeadquarters ItselfHeadquarters ItselfHeadquarters
Headquarters Columbia Columbi9 Federation of ofLabor ofLabor ofLabor
Labor Washington D C CTb C7b
Tb the Wage Worktrsand Work J1orksrs rs and Their friends friendsGreeting FriendsGretillr FriendsQreeting
Greeting GreetingBROTHERS F FBRdTliBRsThe IBRTItnRSTh1e
BROTHERS BRdTliBRsThe The Central Labor Union of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this city having refused to extend extendthie the hand handof handoC hand0i
of fellowship to the Marine Engineers EngineersBeneficial nalneerDeneficlal Ergin crn crnBeneficial
Beneficial Association and the Amalga Amalgamated Arnalgamated Amnalgamated ¬
mated Association of Carpenters two trade tradeunion tradeunion tradeunion
union organizations has stamped itself as asbeing asbeing asbeing
being in favor of the classes and nd not of the themasses tbemasses thez
masses z masses asses Therefore it has ceased to repre represent represent represent ¬
sent the best interests of the wage workers workersof workersof workersof
of this city cityIt cityIt cityIt
It is now proposed to establish a central centralbody centralbody centralbody
body on the broad lines of the American AmericanConstitution Ameti AmericanConstitution an anConstitution
Constitution of Christian principles and andequal andequal andequal
equal rights to all allAll aUAU allAll
All chartered organ olJrnlaat organisatlbnz isntrbtu 1U will be ad admitted lidmUted admitted ¬
mitted regardless of affiliation As It is isour isour isour
our intention to extend a helping helpln hand to toall toan toall
all an wage wage1fOrkers workers we mpstcernestly m stearues4yrequest stearues4yrequestthe request requestthe uelit uelitthe
the co cooperation operation of the C L W WT and art artfriends adfriends allfriends
friends of the wage workers workersOur workfIOur workersOur
Our motto shall be Eqiujlily Jtutitt J M u and andLiberty andCOM1UrTn andLiberly
Liberty TUB CosairTTBB CosairTTBBThe COM1UrTnThe CoalizrrrnThe
The Metropolitan Railroad Company of ofWashington ofWashlnrlon ofWashington
Washington excites the tit admiration of ofvisitors orvlltort ofvisitors
visitors from abroad Its management maligllment is isbroad isbroad isbroad
broad and liberal and its constant efforts effortsto elrClrtsto effortsto
to meet public requirements tnerttii the thecommendation tbecommendation theconimendatiomi
commendation it receives at home hj tmie as well wellas wellas wellas
as from visitors The system is 8 us 11 near nearperfection lIearperfection nearperfection
perfection as it is possible to make It and andas IInda andas
as a a public ubllc utility It certainly meets all allthe alltile allthe
the requirements or the general gen ra1 public publicThe publicThe publicThe
The few months that John Haje Ha3 Ham Hammond nanlmond lianimond ¬
mond lived in his hl native country glntfe eInd his hisreturn hisreturn hisreturn
return from rota the Transvaal opened hl hi eyes eyesto eyesto eyesto
to a certain extent He had an Idea from fromhis Cronlhi fromhis
his hi British surroundings and environment environmentthat envtronmentthat
that the whole American Ame Ameican can nation natIonmmaasymn natIonmmaasymnpathy w tfalja dtsym dtsympathy sym sympathy ¬
pathy with Bngland He found out u ut t differ different t1IBerent differcut ¬
ent while out weston a visit vlsltat1dl and lie h 80 o in informed informed informed ¬
formed his British noble friends frl 1ldtt a ban banquet benquet iamiquet ¬
quet in London Lon on the past weefe wce fite ye says saysthe laystbe saysthe
the nnglomaniacs in this country are ILre of no noconsequence noconsequence noconsequence
consequence and exert no influence inf1u noe i
jtin ipram Xain on the Mov Move and Sepa SepaM
0 M 4 rated from His Job Jobiiii JobHIS JobHIS
iiii iiiiHIS
Wished WIlhed Ills Head Was Vall a Watch Be Bei Beal1slt Beansn4Misa
i oansitlUiss al1slt ls9 Bertha Burns Wore One Onecm One9n Oneon
cm 9n Her Bosom BosomThe The Younjr Laily LailyTries LatifTries LatlyTries
Tries to Save Him film but Castle Cut ie John Johnvs Johnv JohnAQml
vs v AQml < n llSmlth Smith and Blood lUoody r Fire Him Himj MiniColored
j I pie e Colored Chiefs DivlslonxHas DivlslonxHasjfometliliie Div181 DivisIojHasmsetimiimg JVllali JVllalil1
jfometliliie l1 msetimiimg iethlnl Brewlnjr BrewlnjrV Brewlnjr0enry Brewllllli Brewingieury
li V
0enry ieury Castles department known knowtl as the theGptfj theUi
Gptfj Ui 1 Auditors office of the Treasury is in in5kiiinuoi1 inlIrmoU In4rmo11
5kiiinuoi1 4rmo11 lIrmoU as usual but the present affair or orJRllKr orQter
2 JRllKr Qter affairs are a 1ettlt letott out of the ordl ordljlHry ordlAt ordiOurold
jlHry At Our Ourold old friend Wiggins of Texas Texaspas Texasl Texasas
pas l as s again put his foot in it and two weeks weekswfifwaa weeksow weeksowu
wfifwaa ow owu thrown out upon the cold charities charitiespf cl1aritlesa
0 pf f a heartless world Wiggins who is one oneM onef oneaf
M af f the best natured of men and liked by all allthe alltbe alltheelrks
the theelrks clerk crb he has associated with and he heikaa Itel heaa
l ikaa aa associated ociated with them all as be has hasMtw bMDe lisabes
De bes eme e time or another In every depart departJOi departhseo
hseo Mtw JOi the Government since his hi debut de > ut or orthJr orf ort
f t thJr transformation from a Texas steer steeritOka steerl steerQtt
l Qtt itOka t iLOovernmeDt Government clerk in the first Cleve ClevetnffWtoiinistration Clevel Cleven41nmInistration
tnffWtoiinistration tnffWtoiinistrationNflfe1 n41nmInistrationeverybody l ltmlnltratlon 1 1l
l Nflfe1 everybody who knows Mr Wiggins WigginsHJtti Wi Wigginahihu lnM lnM11iul
11iul HJtti liiui and regards his pleasantries a as asliwwlfess aaand asltO4si
liwwlfess and his sometimes awkward at atlie atat atchMs
chMs lie at wit not perhaps funny but at atinnocent atz
r z innocent of any intention to be often oftenBecause olTenI ofTenBecause
I Because of his peculiarities Wiggins WigginsapttJJj WigginsIQ Wigginsand
apttJJj IQ > and do things without reproof or orotTitjn oroff orifTiie
otTitjn off ifTiie for which another man would be beexlllti betd
exlllti 11 down instanter instanter0it InstanterI instanterris
0it I clerks of both sexes in the de depurjtnentn depa depatpsnts
purjtnentn pa ts know all these things and anduudjiit andI andniai
I uudjiit UI niai pfoper poper Poper allowance for to poor good goodnatifota goodua goodanti
natifota ua and harmless ll rmless Wiggins It must mustnpJDrjbe mustn mustzipe
npJDrjbe n zipe Jie inferred that Mr Wiggins is a abuffljn abit aor
buffljn bit n or blatherskite blath rskite On the contrary contrarylie contraryher contrarylie
lie Mffl 11 typical Texas gentleman with the thepeinal tbepe thepenal
penal pe 1111 attributes peculiar to Wiggins Wiggins3f WlgjltlnsWiggins WigginsWiggins
3f Wiggins has a penchant for cotnpli cotnplilU comphimuaag
lU muaag ng the ladies He likes the ladles as asawejjf aseU asevo
awejjf evo well eU bred gentleman should and does doesHence doeset1eewben doesRetieewhen
Hence Retieewhen et1eewben when Miss Bertha Burns passed pas ed bis bisde llisccs iIs4est
ccs 4est de t a vision of loveliness and a dream of ofto of4e ofde1IIit
4e de1IIit t Wgini Ita felt called upon to respond respondto
to IMf wtimlitg wi hI smile nlite with some fetching fetchinrjfptttpriatt fetchingS4fStpIr4Ate
S4fStpIr4Ate 4 jfptttpriatt riat compliment Wiggins WigginstUiitvk WlnlnattWqkll Wigginstthdk
ttWqkll tUiitvk I tbrnpur h pur of th the tI moment momentluiutife mOAteuto
o af a luiutife lIltaf nfcipressioH iiltession so he naturally naturallyscratcbjM n mmaturallyscratcbd turaUy turaUyICratchfjt
scratcbd scratcbjM his 1 14 J liead bead and it came instanter instanterNoticing instanterNotichr InstanterNotictsgthebeatmtiful
Noticing Notictsgthebeatmtiful the beautiful beantifulllttle little littlegold gold watch sus suspended suspeilded suspelided ¬
pended by bra a clasp on the bosom of Miss MissBurn MissBurn MissBurn
Burn he exclaimed exclaimedI
1 wish my head was a watch watchMtes watcblMis vatcliMiss
Miss Mis Burns who knew Wiggins very veryproperly veryproperb veryproperiy
properly smiled at the intended and andpoetic andpoetic andpoetic
poetic compliment making the usual al allowance allowance allowanae ¬
lowance for Wiggins and nn l passed on Mrs MrsBlectra MrsElectra MrsIllectra
Electra Smith however overheard the theWlggjnsism tbeWlginslsm theVIggIrsismn
Wlggjnsism and and it is alleged al1e d she thought it ittoo ittoo ittoo
too significant if not improper The remark remarkwas remarkwas remarkwasconveyed
was wasconveyed conveyed to t Big Chief Chiefjohnson Johnson of the thedivision thedivision thedivision
division and finally Gnill1 the ears of the saintly saintlyCastle lIalnttyCastle saintlyCastle
Castle and anll Mrs Moody A court of inquiry inquirywas inquirywas Inquirywas
was the result and nd Wiggins was hauled up upon upon upOil
on a stretcher He was so amazed at the thedeductions thedeductions thedeductions
deductions made from his intended compli compliment comptll11 complinmnt
ment l11 t that he collapsed and was unabl to toofler toolTeranv toofferimmy
olTeranv ofler ny defense other than that he meant meantno meantno meantno
no harm ba n Miss Bertha Burns to do that thatexcellent thatexcellent thatexcellent
excellent young lady justice generously generouslycame generouslycame generouslycanie
came came to the front and endeavored to save savepoor savepoor savepoor
poor Wiggins She begged and pleaded pleadedthat pleadedthat pleadedthat
that the remark might be overlooked con considering consldering considering ¬
sidering the man who made it and his hisevident hiseddent lmiaevident
evident innocence of any intentional intentionaloffense intentionalolrense intentionaloffeiise
offense But all to no purpose The court courtof co cotrtof rt rtof
of inquiry inquirypnanimnoushy > inanimously voted that Wiggins Wigginsshould Wlglnsshould Wigginsshould
should be dismissed from the service and andfired andre andfire
fired fire re h he was accordingly Wiggins didnt didntcare dIdntCIIre didntcare
care to much about the job as in due time timeIf timeIfhe timeIfhie
If Ifhe he wants to he will bob up serenely in insome laIOome insonIc
some one of the other departments if not notnow notntW notnew
now then Assuredly when David B Hill and anda
a Democratic administration rules the roost roostbut roostbllt roostbut
but he naturally hates to be dropped uuder uudersuch uuder8uch nudersuch
such circumstances circumstancesIn clrcums tances tancesIn
In another division of Castles Botany BotdnyBay Dot BotanyBay i1Y i1YDay
Bay aggregation presided over overby by a colored coloredchief coloredchief coloredthief
chief Wiggins remark would pass un unpoliced unpotlced Unpotied
policed even if it was broader and con conveyed conveyed conveyed ¬
veyed the interpretation put upon it by the theprude theprnde theprude
prude members of the court of inquiry In Inthis Intlli Inthidivtsioa
tlli thidivtsioa this division old soldiers are reduced in iny In11II141 insaWy
11II141 y but buxom grass or natural widows widowscan widowscan widowscan
can have anything they want from a raise raisein raiseIn raisein
in salary to a a smile from the chief And Andthere Andtllere Andthere
there is I competition for these African Africansmiles Afritansmiles Africansmiles
smiles A pleasant look from the Ethi Ethiopian Dtboplsn Ethiopian ¬
opian is treasured up and reproduced in indreams Indreams iiidreams
dreams as something more tangible than thanthe thanthe thanthe
the fleeting sensation experienced in wake wakeful wakeful wakeiii ¬
ful iii moments In fact it is I hugged and andcaressed andeare8Hd andcaressed
caressed in soft embraces let it be remem remembered remembered remembered ¬
bered that we are referring to the pleasant pleasantlook ple pleiisatmthook nt ntlook
look and smothered with more snorethan kisses kissesthan klNestban
than the quantity qU ntity of cream served iu a arestaurant arestaurant arestaurant
restaurant shortcake Happy negro ne o en envied envied enViel ¬
vied of his race rac who la thus responsible responsiblefor
r for the early rly moaning awakening of dames dameswith d dameswIll < < tlHS tlHSr
r with yum yum echoes of their longing longingsalary tonrhlgdreanls longingdreanma
dreanls upon their has and an incVl1 increase of ofS41lary ofsalary
salary as a certainty certaintyThe certaintyThe certaintyrite
The rumors flying around Castles depart department department departmentare ¬
ment mentare are a as numerous and varied as the thepatches thepatches thepatches
patches of ofJosephs Josephs coat before he got ot his hiswork hiswork hiswork
work in with Pharaoh It is alleged that thatth thatthe thattime
the th favoritism In the colored chiefs di division dlvlsiott divlsioh ¬
vision has ha attracted attention and is being beingquietly beingquietly beingquietly
quietly investigated and that a big sensa sensation sen ansatb a ation ¬
tion tb is brewing brewingOf breWingOf
Of course cO fse the GLOBE would not if it itcould itcould Itcould
could and could not if it would anticipate anticipatethe
the result ult of these investigations but as asusual asuuat asusuaf
usual prefers to await developments and andthen andtllen andthen
then in a quiet orderly and legitimate way wayexploit wayexploit wayexploit
exploit the whole matter for the entertain entertainment entertainment entertainnientand ¬
ment nientand and edification of its readers readersWe readersWe readersWe5
We We5 therefore admonish the aforesaid aforesaidreaders aforell8ltLreedflrJ aforesaidreaders
readers to be on the qni gH vtve vss W for develop developmctitf developmeu developmemit4
mctitf meu more rich racy and incredible than thananytnlng tllanan1tJpgheretofore thananylig
anytnlng an1tJpgheretofore heretofore published in nthese nthesecolum these thesecolumns thesecolumps
columns colum lt touching the lie Sixth Auditors De Dearttn Dertn1 Dcarttmint
> arttmint arttn rtn1 nt nt + There is a hen on and the thetelling thetchtpr thebohi1lm
bohi1lm telling Is not far off Null ced
The Subjects of ofa a Civil Service ServiceCorrespondence ServiceCorrespondence ServiceCorrespondence
Correspondence with a Citizen CitizenWIFE CitizenWIFE CitizenWIFE
Ac AtOimu One Thousand Per Annum Hun Husband lIusband Hunband ¬
band In Government Printing Irlntlll Of Offlee Offlee Oflice
flee nt ntThreoTiiousamid Threo Thousand Thou8lnuller Per Annum AnnumCoin lnnum lnnumCOlOIII188100er AnnumCommissioner
Coin Commissioner in issloncr Proctor Says Sn8 Its All AllRight AllRIht AllRight
Right the President is Mum and andNegro andNegro andNegro
Negro Dancy Ignores the Cltlzon CltlzonRecently CltlzonRccent1y CitizonRecently
Recently an Inattempt attempt was made by a well wellknown weltknown wellknown
known citizen to test the sincerity and in incidentally incldentaltv incidentally ¬
cidentally the consistency of the Civil Ser Service Service 5crvice ¬
vice Commissioner and of the President in inthe Inthe intime
the matter of violations of the law The Thecitlsen Theeltlaen Thecitisen
citlsen aforesaid took for his teat case caseSuperintendent caseSuperintendent caseSuperintendent
Superintendent Parrell of the Document Documentroom Documentroom Documentroom
room G P PO O and of his wife who is a aclerical aclerical aclerical
clerical employe of the District This ThlslCen ThlslCenUeman gen Rentleman gentleman
tleman addressed a letter to the Civil Ser Service Service Service ¬
vice Commissioners to the President and andto andto andto
to Recorder DAncy with the following re results results resuIts ¬
sults sultsThe sultsThe suItsThe
The Civil Service Commissioner sent the thefollowing thefol1owinsr thefollowing
following reply replyUNITBD
WASHINGTON W ASIIINOTON D C April i zSa 1003 1003SR 1903 1903SR
SR The Commission IB in in receipt of your yourrecent yourrec4nt yourrecent
recent communication without date ad addressed a adressed addressed ¬
dressed to the President Pre ldent and forwarded to tothis totit tothis
this tit Is Commission for reply in which you youstate yonstate youstate
state that Mr Louis Farrell is occupying occupyingthe occupyinathe
the position of Superintendent of Docu Documents Document Documeats ¬
meats at the Government Printing Office In Inviolation inviolation iiiviolatlormof
violation violatlormof of the Civil CI vII Service rures for the thereason thereason timereason
reason that his wife is employed in the theoffice theoffice theoffice
office of the Recorder of Deeds at Wash Washington Washington Washington ¬
ington ingtonIn ingtonIn ingtonIn
In reply you are informed that no viola violation violation violatlon ¬
tion of the rules is shown by your letter letterThere letterThere letterThere
There is no law or rule ruleto to prevent two mem members members tnembets ¬
bers of the same family from occupying
Government oositlous Your attention is isalso isaliO isalso
also invited to the fact that the office of the theRecorder theRecorder theRecorder
Recorder of C Deeds is in the service under underthe underthe undertime
the control of the District of Columbia to towhich towhich towhich
which the Civil Service rules do not apply
Very respectfully
This is strange passing strange tb tbviolation o oviolation Oviolation
violation of the Civil Service rules for forhusband forhusband forhusband
husband and wife drawing salaries from fromthe fromthe frontthe
the Government the husband 3000 and andthe andthe andthe
the wife 1000 per annum while old sol soldtatsi 801cJM sottizs
dtatsi cJM and young wen and Kd WOUKH 91ft equal equalcitizens eltualcltlzenl equalcitizen
citizens of the Republic cannot secure a aposition aposition aposItion
position in the Government service What Whatmay Whatmay Whatmay
may we ask is the object of swearing ap applicants applicants apphicants ¬
plicants for Civil Service examinations as asto asto asto
to any members of f their families in office officeIs officeIs officeIs
Is this a meaningless question and is it itused itused itused
used or inserted with fraudulent purpose to toprevent toprevent toprevent
prevent or intimidate those who do not notknow notknow notknow
know that according to Proctor it is no nodisqualification nodisqualification nodisqualification
disqualification whether an applicant has hasone hasone hasone
one or one dozen members of his or her herfamily herfamily herfamily
family in the Government service serviceThe serviceThe serviceThe
The citizen who received Mr Proctors Proctorsreply Proctorsreply Proctorsreply
reply given above was not honored with witheven witheven witheven
even an acknowledgment of his letter by bythe bythe bythe
the President And he only knows that it itwas itwas itwas
was received and acted upon by Mr Proc Proctors Proctors Proctors ¬
tors reply replyRecorder repT repTRecorder repfyRecorder
Recorder Dancy had to be written to totwice totwice totwice
twice before a response was elicited Here Hereit Itereit Hereit
it is
WASHINGTON W ASIINOTON D C Feb tSt IS 1903 1903MY 1903rotv
M MY DEAR SIR I am in receipt of yours of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the 17th mutant In tant Replying thereto I would wouldsay wouldsay wouldsay
say that 1 will give the matter considers consideration conslderatlon considerstion ¬
tion hut have no knowledge of the order orderto orderto orderto
to which you direct myattention my attention and which whichyou whichyou whichyou
you claim is I violated I have great respect respectI respectboth respectboth
both for lllw iawaud and time orders of tny superiors snperlorsI
I do not recall receiving any previous let letter letter letter ¬
ter from you yo wilb reference to the matter matterVery matterVery matterVery
Very sincerely yours yoursJOHN yoursJOlIN yoursJoiIc
The citizen referred to Ho replied to the theRecorder theRecanter timeRecorder
Recorder in such a manner and with such suchfacts suchfacts suchfacts
facts and specifications that an answer was wasrequired wasrequired wasrequired
required and expected but so ofartbc far the colored coloredofficial coloredofficial oloredi
i official who bosses the white clerks mid midemployes audI andenmploye
I employes including the wife of Superin Superintendent Superintendent Superintetident ¬
tendent Farrell as Recorder of the District Districtof
of Columbia failed to respond re pond He simply simplyclosed simplyclosed simplyclosed
closed up like a clam intimidated no doubt doubtby doubtby doubtby
by some Senator or other fluence uence and andbasely andbosely andbasely
basely subservient to the appointing and andrecommending andreconlmendinll andreconituending
recommending powers creating him an anofficial anofficial anofficial
official officialIt >
It was vn on the failure of the Recorder to togive togive togive
give any information as to his pronoscd pronoscdcourse pronoscdcoutl4e pronosedcourse
course that a communication was addressed addressedto
to the strenuous one who fayors the re retention reo reotention retention ¬
tention of exsoldiers a pure Civil Service Serviceand Serviceand Serviceand
and all that sort of hog wash for G O P Pvoters Pvoters pvoters
voters consumption consumptionThe onsumptionThe
The citizen who made these the inquiries it itis itiproper itIs
is iproper proper to stte is and always ahvavsllas has been a aRepublican aRepubllCJ1n aRepublimn
Republican He is Ian a 0 stickler for the strict strictenforcement strictenforcement strictenforcement
enforcement of the Civil Service rules and andreligiously andrellgioulily andreligiously
religiously believed that the thePrsident President and andthe andthe andthe
the Civil Service Serviceeowmisoners Commissioners were like likewise likewiae likewise ¬
wise wiseII wiaeIhl wiselie
II lie knows better now and is a sadder but butwiser butwiser butwiser
wiser man meanwhile wean while it will not elevate in inthe inthe inthe
the estimation of the th public the character characteror
or person of Mr Lours Iou Parrell Superintnd Superintendon
oft on of the Document room Government GovernmentPrinting GovernmentPrinting GovernmentPrinting
Printing Office when i itls is informed as it is isttis istlls Istue
ttis morning by the CLone that with a asalary asalary asalary
salary of 3000 per annum he requires or orpermits orpermits orpermits
permits his wife to work under a negro negroboss negroboes negroboss
boss for 1000 per annum annumGovernment annumGovernment annumGovernment
Government pap suckers become to hog hoggish hagglsh hoggiahi ¬
gish after a few years at the public teat that tliatthey thatthey thatthey
they lose all U sense of that delicacy of en environment euvironment environment ¬
vironment and association the ordinary ordinarywhite ordinarywhite ordinarywhite
white man and woman observes who have haveto haveto haveto
to hustle for a living livin and who have neither neitherwife neitherwile neitherwife
wife husband son on nor daughter in the theGovernment theGoverl1luent theGovernment
Government service If one of the two twoFarrells twolarrel1s two1arrehls
Farrells have to retire the GLOBB GLOBBhopes GLOBB110pes Gronnhopes
hopes as a white mans paper it will willb wl1Lbe willbe
be b th the lady and that the captain and andsuperintendent andsuperintendent andsuperintendent
superintendent of the document room will willbe willbe whitbe
be able to support her on his 3000 ooo per perMorgan perannum perannuaL
annum annumMOfian annuaLMorgan
Morgan now controls the Atlantic Ocean Oceanand Oceanand Oceanand
and every everyUlIntr tiling it floats O t
Launched on a Sympathetic SympatheticPublic S SympatheticPublic mp th tic ticPublic
Public the Past Week WeekFOR WeekFOR I IJ IFOR
TV TVEvery
Every verHcslaTo < JjXSlavo and Ilia Heirs nelrsRt IicIrvaatLw IicIrvaatLwto nt Law liavrto Lawto
to Be Pensioned and the Fotirtder Fotirtderof Foutideaottho olllfderorthc
of orthc the Party arty to Tie Be a Federal Com Commissioner C Consmissioner ¬
1 missioner 188loncl to Inquire Into Tliolr TliolrCondition T TtidIrCondition lr lrCO
Condition CO UrlolI An Enthusiastic Elltbu l stl Con ConThe Convcntion Convention ¬
vcntion or lclcJtutesBtLnrgo lclcJtutesBtLnrgoThe
The justice for Vaughan party has been beenlaunched beenlaunch beenlaunched
launched launch d on a palpitating and sympathetic sympatheticpublic sympatheticpublic sympatheticpublic
public It met in this city the past week weekand weekand weekamid
and delegates were present from rein Alexan Alexandria Alexandria Alexandna ¬
dria Rockville Chevy Chase and Foggy FoggyBottom FoglaBottom FoggyBottom
Bottom The exmayor of Council Bluffs Bluffsand Bluffsand Bluffsand
and former publisher of the defunct Depart Department De Defrarfmei flrl flrlHetti ¬
ment mei News stood in the midst l1Ii t of his fol followers followers followers ¬
lowers like Bonaparte surrounded by b his hisgenerals hisgenerals hisgenerals
generals when assuming command of the thearmy thearmy timearmy
army of ontaly Italy He couldnt be seen except exceptbetween exceptbetween exceptbetween
between the legs of his gigantic and stal stalwart IItalwart stalwart ¬
wart chiefs chiefsof of course we mean Vaughan Vaughannot Vulghannot V4ughmarmnot
not Bonaparte Bonapartebut but his hi voice and his genius geniusdominated geniusdominated geniusdominated
dominated the assembled hosts and one onemighty onemigbtv onemighty
mighty shout of Justice for Vaughan Vaughangreeted Vaugbangreeted Vaughmanlgreeted
greeted his appearance by the leathery
lunged delegates from Goat alley alleyMr alleyMr alleyMr
Mr Vaughan explained the objects of the theparty tImeparty f fparty
party which his leisure hours had conceived conceivedsincfe conceivedIIlnee conceivedsince
since hit hi retirement frptu and sale ale of the theDepartment theDl tImeDeparimeni
Department Dl arlm HI News and Its twentytwo twenty twO sub subscribers subscribers subscribers ¬
scribers to a stock company that busttfd busttfdafter bustddUafter bustdclafter
after the act of incorporation He said he hewan hewaM hewas
wan dead tired of the exclusive snap the thesoldiers thesoldiers timesoldiers
soldiers and sailors of the Civil Ivil and Spanish SpanishWars Spanlsl1Wars SpanishWars
Wars enjoyed in the matter of pensions and andhe andhe andlie
he proposed to secure pensions for every everyman everyman everymaim
man who had been a 1 slave or who was the theheir Uleheir theheir
heir at law of a slave slaveThe slavefhe slaveTime
The delegation delegtUon from Goat Qo alley at this thispoint thispoint thispoint
point raised the roof roofan roofauct aitct rocked the con convention cOnvention commvention ¬
vention hall on its foundations with Fili Filipino Filipino Fillpino ¬
pino yells yeU cheers and hoarse shouts of ofJustice orJustice ofJustice
Justice for forvaughiarm Vaughan After the roof had hadbeen badbeen hadbeen
been replaced and the rocking of the hall hallhad ballbad imahlImad
had become somewhat less strenuous strenuousMr strenuOuItIr strenuousMr
Mr tIr Vaughan further outlined his proposed proposedplans propotlplanl propoedplans
plans of securing pensions justice and any anyother aDVother anyoilier
other old thing lying around loose Inas Inasmuch Ina Inamuch Inasmuch ¬
much much as there was s neither hop bo hope nor pros prospect tfOSpect prospeat ¬
pect of the exmayor receiving justice or orrecognition orreoGJftIOft orrecognftion
recognition f fronmkh rom tHhjf e tbbUaaims tb sjnWJc bijt iJ 1I in inpower iapower Inpower
power or or the DVmocrmcv D docmcv l w to wt wSlilt 7mIcIz Tall fie for formerly rotmerly formeriy ¬
merly belonged which had nothing to togive torIve togive
give he hud h d thought out this scheme and andproposed andproposed andproposed
proposed giving the benefit of his gigantic giganticintellectual giganticintellectual giganticintellectual
intellectual conception to tit tlfr > exslaves ex elaves and andtheir andtheir andtimer
their lineal descendants mate and female femaleHe femalelIe femaleHe
He had tried all manner of philanthropic philanthropicmeasures philanthropicmcasures philanthropicmeasures
measures for the benefit of the white race raceeven raceeven raceeven
even going so far as to sell an fngenlous fngenloustoy rngenloustoy fngeuloustoy
toy puzzle to the purchaser of the Depart Departnient Dt Debarmen arJ arJm
nient m men 1I1 News to be exhibited at the Buffalo BuffaloPair BufFalo BufFaloFair BuTaloPair
Pair but Caucasian deviltry had defeated defeatedevery defe defeatedevery ted tedevery
every project devised for Justice to toVaughan toVaugban toVaughan
Vaughan even the toy he had sold for
200 turning out so badly that not one ofV ofVthe of ofthe of oftime
the little articles was purchased by the thevisitors thevisitors thevisitors
visitors to the exposition expositionNow expositionNow expositionNow
Now he was tired from his efforts to work workup workup workup
up an appreciation of his humanitarian de designs designs designs ¬
signs towards the whites so he fondly fondlyturned fondlyturned fondlyturned
turned towards the blacks and nd hoped 110p d to tofind tofind tofind
find them them more susceptible su ceptlble to the benevo benevolent benevolent benevolent ¬
lent designs he had in view viewand and more tract tractable tractable tractable ¬
able in accepting the emanations of the thegigantic tbegigantic timegigantic
gigantic intellect aforesaid He proposed proposedto
to carry the convention to the President In Inasmucu Inasmuch inasmuch
asmucu asmuch as the President refused to come conie to tothe tothe tOt tOttime
the convention this he remarked audibly audiblyto
to the chairman of the Foggybottom dele delegation delegation ddegallon ¬
gation was a case of the mountain going goingto g01111rto
to Mahomet but something had to be besurrendered besurrendered besurrendered
surrendered that justice to Vaugtaaa might mightbe mightbe mntgimtbe
be the result resultThe resultThe resultThe
The new political party partytimuslaunchmed thus tbu8launched launched has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been irreverently referred to by the George Georgetown Georgetown Georgetown ¬
town Daily Eagle as the Black and Tan TanHanna TauHanna TanHanna
Hanna Terriers This is a gross and inde indecent indent ladecent ¬
cent nt libel and deserves the th condemnation condemnationof
of all right minded citizens The party is a areputable areputable areputable
reputable and respectable organization of ofAmerican ofAmerican ofAmerican
American citizens of this tbi District who can canneither cimlineither lll lllneltller
neither vote nor hold office because of the themonopoly themonopoly themonopoly
monopoly enjoyed by the two existing existi 1g great greatparties ireatparties greatparties
parties which have now pooled their issues issuesor
or formed a trust with the aid of J Pierpont PierpontMorgan PitlrpontJfoltan PierpontMorgan
Morgan against The Justice to VaugHan VaugHanaggregation Vaughanaggregation Vaughanaggregation
aggregation That Mr Ir Vaughana Vau hanlI laudable laudableefforts laudableelTorts laudableefforts
efforts have already borne fruit may be In Inferred inferred inferred
ferred as well as realized by the following
Item iu Fridays Pot oJ t the lie day after the visit visitof visit vMtof visitof
of the convention to the President PresidentSenator PresidentSenator PresidentSenator
Senator Deboe yesterday introduced a
bill creating a commission to inquire into intothe intothe intothe
the condition of the colored people of the
United States The bill provide for a acomprehensive scOl1lprehenalve aconiprehiemmaive
comprehensive investigation into the con ¬
dition of the people of the negro race in including ineluding Ineluding ¬
eluding an inquiry into their educational educationalprogress tducationaJprogr educationalDrogress
progress progr and the best means of promoting pr6tuotfn pr6tuotfnhasluotly
Harmony between the races The bill pro provides provide provIde ¬
vides vide for a commission conllui ll n of five persons to
be nominated by the President and to be bepaid bepld bepaid
paid salaries of 33oo 3500 each eachJustice eachJustice eacimJustice
Justice to Vaughan and a salary of 3500 3500while 3500while 3500while
while inquiring into the conditions of Goat Goatalley Goatalley Goatalley
alley and Pozgybottom calls ean for the passage passageof pauageof passageof
of Senator Deboes bill It is now the themove themove timemove
move of the Democratic side to outbid De Deboe Deboe Dcboc ¬
boe for an alliance with the new party part de demanding demandlng demending ¬
mending Justice for Vaughan VaughanMark VaughsnlIIark VaughanMark
Mark the GLOBES prediction ye respect respective rpectiVIt respectlye ¬
lye chairmen of Congressional campaign campaigncommittees CIlu1p camupaigimcommitteesyou lgn lgncommitteesyou
committees committeesyou you will have the fight of ofyour ofyour ofyour
your lives in settling with the exmayor of ofCouncil ofCouncil ofCouncil
Council Bluffs on any l less ss terms than thanKitchener thanKltchener thanKitchener
Kitchener offers the th Boers The formation formationand fermnationand ormationand
and launching of the new party has ba already alreadycost alrllUdyCOlt airsudycost
cost him the greater portion of his actuthu actuthulations a accumulatlona eumu eumulations
lations from the sale of the Department DepartmentJVews DeJflrltH De mrtmen mrtmenNews J JNtU1
News and the toy puzzle and JuoticeV JUfltfc to toVaughan t tVangban toVaughan
Vaughan imperatively demands that he heshall besban heshah
shall be reimbursed reimbursedThe reimbursedThe reimbursedTime
The President is already alrea y scared to death deathof deaUlof deathof
of the Justice to Vaughan party and stands standsready standsready tandare
re ready dy to compromise compromiseWhat compromIseWl1at compromiseWhat
What will Mr Vaughan have haveCaptain haveCaptah havesCaptala
Captain Crazier must be really sorry that thathe thattIe thatlie
he invented a gun carriage

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