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The ibeqvo + Wouldbe buldbe dbe Irish Leader LeaderAgain Le LeaderAgain der
Again Again Breaks Out OutHOW OutHOWA OutHOIN
i Illustrated Illustrated by the Deductions of ofRev ofR ofRev
Rev R v Irvine in the PostLangnago PostLangnagoas Post postLanu Language Languageas ae aeas
as Plain as the Nose on Ills His Face FaceDistorted FaceDlstoded FaceDistorted
Distorted Distorted With the Aid of Eccen keentrio Eccentric Ecccnf ¬
trio Donatus Until Kveryuody is ismixed IsI isMixed
I mixed Up UpEditor UpI UpEditor UpEditor
Editor Sunday Globe GlobeMany GlobeJ GlobeMany
J 1 Many Manyof of your readers are thankful to you youfor youlor
for the honest raking you gave that humbug humbugDonatu humbugDonatus humbugDonatus
Donatus OBrien It was through the theefforts theefforts theefforts
efforts of a charitable lady he got his pres present presest preseat ¬
est position of watchman in the Post PostOffice PostOfficeDepartment POItOffiteDepartment Olflce OlflceDepartment
Department under a Democratic adminis administration admlnlstration adu inis inistration ¬
tration although it was shown to the powers powersthat powerstllat powersthat
that were that ye Donatus did ill 11 be could couldto c < < uld uldto
ay to elect Mr Harrison President of the theUnited thei theUnited
i United States The lady I refer to has a atack astack al
l stack tack of correspondence over the case of ofDonatus ofy f fDonatus
y Donatus anxiety to serve the Washington Washingtongovernment WalhJultongovemment Washingtongoveniment
government governmentOn
i On the death of the Duke of Clerenceeldest Clarence Clarenceeldest Clarenceeldelt
eldest son on of the Prince of Wales Waleanow WaleanowKin WalesnowKing now nowKing
King Kin of England Donatus wrote a letter to totlte tothe tothe
the royal family on letter paper headed headedArlington JteadedArlington headedArlington
Arlington Hotel it being known to Do Donatus Doltatus DoI
I natus atus that his Excellencys suite stopped stoppedat
at the Arlington during his visit to 1Vaehington Wash Washington Wa h hington ¬
ington in his own name of course and in inthe Inthe inthe
the name of the Irish people of America Americaexpressing Americaexpre88lnlt AmericaI
I expressing their condolence and sympathy sympathyon sympathon
on the death of the heir apparent He felt feltvery feltvery feltvery
very proud of receiving an acknowledg acknowledgment ac acknowledgwent nowledr nowledrment ¬
ment to his effusion from one of the secre secretaries secretaries Iecretaries ¬
taries to the Prince PrinceWhy PrinceWhy PrinceWhy
Why sir that man has dined with lord lordmayors lordmayors lordmayors
mayors and has shown some royal visitors visitorssome visitorsIOme visitorssome
some of Limericks pretty girls girl I am quite quitesure quiteure quitecure
sure ure the lady I refer referto to in this note would wouldtoe wouldbe woulddbe
be pleased to give you some more of Do Donatus no nottatus Donatus ¬
natus wonderful stories should you desire desirethem desirethew desirethem
M ML MLThe LThe L LThe
The gentleruana name who sent us the theforegoing theforegoing
foregoing i is omitted as the GLOBE takes take all allresponsibility allresponsibility
responsibility responslbl1i In tnlquelchlng squelching Lord Beres BerestorBtdftifasMes Beresfordsfidei
torBtdftifasMes fordsfidei aaheles Donatus the manifesto manifestowriter wanfeltowriter manifestowriter
writer H Hebrke brke out again the past week weekaa weeki
i aa the s self tf Constituted leader of the Irish in inWashington inWashingtoa
Washington who do not recognize and are areheartily areIteart areheartily
heartily Iteart y tilted of hi his eccentricities la future futurelie luturehe futureIp
Ip lie wltylfe wU wltl ge e eliminated front Cro ajl JltuT committee committeeHence mmitteec mmitteechence t
AfUiptNn 1 m mlIenee
Hence printers flag makers and others otlll u will willaccept wmaacpt willaecept
accept orders from Douatus at at their own ownrisk ownrisk ownt
t risk The United Irish League ofltclals off ials will willnqtpay willn willn4tpay
nqtpay n tpay any more such unauthorized bills billsMr bilIstt billsAfr
Mr tt OBrien is known to the Irish leaders leadersand leaders4n leadersand
and 4n people as being harmless except in inthe Inthe inthe
the unfortunate fact that the American Americanpress Americanpress Americanpress
press takes him seriously and some distin di9tinguiShed distinguished dl81nguI ¬
guished guI hed foreigners mistakenly mistakenlysuppose suppose that tbatlie thathe
lie he has some high official position in the theGovernment theGovernment theGovernment
Government and in the league He has hasneither hasJutthcr hasneither
Jutthcr neither He is a low grade clerk or porter porterforthc porterforfl porterfor
1 forthc forfl for toe e Government and a private in the theranks theranks
ranks ranks of the league He is not known to toany tonn tonyof
any nn nyof of the leaders of the Irish movement movementfor
for for ar the past forty years except as he makes makeshimself makeshimself makeshimself
himself known by sending them absurd absurdletters absurdletters absurdletters
letters or communications We never heard heardOf heard9f heardof
Of 9f him until recently and in our interviews interviewswith Interviewswith interviewswith
with him we have arrived at the conviction convictionthat convictionhl1t convictionthat
that hjj is cranky on lords princes lrnces and andleadership andleanership andleadership
leadership leadershipWe leanershipVe
We Ve pass him up Touching the replies repliesto repliesin
to the Post to the Rev Irvines criticism of ofMessrs oflIIeurs ofMessrs
Messrs Redmond and Devlin it is extrrordinary extraor extraordinary extraordinay ¬
dinary how hard it ia to follow and over overtake overtake
r take a aplain plain lie and misstatement misstatementThe mlsstatementThe misstatementThe
The United Irish League is a constitu constitutional constltutional constitutiosal ¬
tional peaceful agitation to obtain redress redressof redressof redressof
of Irish grievances through constitutional constitutionalor c < < nstitutionalor
1 or parliamentary means meanl It is HO not a physical physicalforce ph physicalForce vslcal vslcalforce
force or revolutionary movement It is not nota nota nota
a secret or even an exclusive Irish organisa organisation organlaatlon organisatiou ¬
tion nor is its membership confined to totx tox tosex
sex tx x Now how Mr tlr Irvine deducted from fromtile fromtime
tile protest of Mr Redmond that neither neitherhimself neitherhbnselC neitherhimself
himself nor his colleagues would assume assumethe assum assumthe assumethe
the fearful responsibility of a revolution in inIreland inIreland
Ireland unarmed and unprepared as its itspeople h hpeople itspeople
people are to contend contendwith with England in thfe thkl thfefield th thfield i
l 1 field as the evidence of a treasonable dis disloyal disloyal ¬
loyal 10111 or revolutionary spirit on his part on onhis unhis onlila
his colleagues part or on the part of o the theUnited theUnited
United Irish League paaseth our under understanding und understanding er ertandinsr ¬
1 standingDr standing standingDr tandinsrDr i
Dr Safford affirmed in as clear and per peraplcuoua perpleuous peripicuous
aplcuoua English as the language affords hIs Uisapproval hIsapproval illsapproval
approval of the protest of the Irish envoys envoysagainst envo18again envoys envoysagainst
again against lit revolution on precisely the same samegrounds samti samtigrounds saln salngrounda
grounds laid down downby by Mr Redmond vfzthat Vfz vfcthat VfzI
that it would be murderous useless and lld a acrime acrlme acrime
crime against the people and he favored favor d the theparliamentary thel
l parliamentary efforts and agitation as the theonfty tbeJy theos
1 os onfty Jy y present means attainable to secure secureeftber Hcurebowe securehome
eftber home rule or a redress of Irish IrishgMevances lri Irishevencea h hevsnces
gMevances gMevanceslf evsnces evsncesCa evenceaf
lf f Ca a scholar aud a gentleman like the Rev RevIrvine Re ReI RevIrvine
Irvine I Irvine 11ne had been present and heard the ad addebases add
4 debases > Me es instead of taking his deduction deductionfrjfju deductlott1i
x 1i frjfju 11 such an eccentric character as Dona Donatite Donatti DonattM0Brien
tite ttM0Brien OBrien in that gentlemans card or criti critii cdtiIn
r tier i In in i of Dr Stafford in the Post there would wouldbe woullbe wouldbe
be none of these explanations necessary necessaryfor nece necessaryfor ary aryfor
for as we understand Rev Irvine he loves lovesIrefland lovesIrtIand
Irefland opposes like Redmond Devlin Devlinand Devlinand Devihnand
and Dr Stafford revolution and like thou thousands thoulaudl ¬
1 sands of patriotic Protestants not Orange Orangemen Orangewen Orangemen ¬
men he wants Ireland to be happy pros prosperiou prosperioul prosperious
periou and contented contentedToe contentedTbe contentedThe
Toe reverend gentleman is respectfully respectfullyreferred re respectfullyreferred pectlully pectlullyrilrerred
referred to the WelshIrish Protestant poet poetThomas poetThomBs poetThomas
Thomas Davis navl for the national feelings of ofIreland ofIreland ofIreland
Ireland towards Irishmen of his creed and andWe andI
0 ems emsWe
We Ve hate theSaxon the Saxon and the Dane DaneWe DaneWe Danet
t We hate the Norman men menW menW menWe
W We cursed their greed for blood and gain gainWe pitlWe gainWe
We curse them now againBut again againBut agaiuBut
But start not Irish boru man manIf wauIC manIf
If youre to Ireland trueWe true trueWe trueVe
I We Ve heed not creed nor elau nor thus elanWe dtllHWe
We have hearts and kHdt tor you youThe youThe youThe
The reverend gentleman can possess pOllelllr his
soul in peace as to the disposition of the thefunds tkefunds thefunds
funds raised in this country for the UnitedIrish United UnitedIrish U ftsd ftsdIrish
Irish League Messrs Redmond and Dev Devlin Devlin Devlin ¬
lin neither handle nor receive a penny pennyfrom pennyfrom pennyfrom
from such funds They are transmitted to toa toa toa
a committee in Ireland composed of men of ofsuch ofsuch f fsuch
such integrity that even Mr Irvine will willacknowledge wiltacknowledge willacknowledge
acknowledge their high hi h character ch racter and he hewill h hwill bewill
will also see in their personalities that they theyare theyare theyare
are not the men to further revolutionbloodshed revolution revolutionbloodshed revolutionbJoodshed
bloodshed etcThe etc etcThe etcThe
The committee is composed of Roman RomanCatholic RomanCatholic RomsuCatholic
Catholic Archbishops andCathollc and Catholic and Grot Groteslant ProleSlalaymen liroleslani
eslant eSlalaymen laymen of the highest and most un unimpeachable unImpeachable onimpeachable ¬
impeachable characters whowouldno who would woulduo no more morethink Inorethink more morethink
think of encouraging revolution and blood bloodshed bloodshed bloodsshed
shed than they would be capable them themselves themselves themselves ¬
selves of assassination assassinationThe assassinationThe assassinationThe
The right of Ireland to separate indepen independence Independence independente ¬
dence as a nation under any form of gov government KOvernment government ¬
ernment she chooses has been given bet hefby betby betby
by God Almighty England by superiorstrength superior superiorstrength suprlorstrength
strength has deprived Ireland of this God Godgiven Godgiven Godgiven
given right When therefore Ireland Is Isstrong Isstrong isetron
etron strong enough to demand and enforce itsdemand its itsdemand Itsde11
de11 demand nnd for for independence she will fie 1 > e obey obeying obeyIng obeylug ¬
ing the decrees of God Himself in doing so soIt soIt soIt
It is another question qua tlon entirely whether Ire Irelaud Ireland Ireland
land will ever be able to enforce this thisdemand thisdewand thisdemand
demand At present alt her level headed headedpatriotic headedpatriotic headedpatriotic
patriotic sons of whatever creed and classthey class classthey cla88they
they belong to unite in the conviction as gs 1s in inutterance Inutterance inutterance
utterance that Ireland today is not able to todemand todemand todemand
demand and enforce the demand for her herindependence herIndellendence herindependence
independence Hence it would be a crimeagainst crime crimeagainst crimeagainlt
against humanity to make the attempt and andinvolve andinvolve andinvolve
involve her brave peasantry in useless uselessslaughter uselefa11auJhter uselessslaughter
slaughter Therefore her lovers her sons sonsand sonsand eonsand
and her wellwishers wel1w lhera have united in a apeaceful apeaceful apeaceful
peaceful constitutional movement under underthe underthe underthe
the style and title title of the United Irish IrishLeague IrishLeague IrishLeague
League to secure cnre through the British par parliament parHanlent parliament ¬
liament enactments for the redress of herjust her herjust herjnllt
just grievances and such measure of inde madependence independence indevendence ¬
pendence or home rule as the moral sense senseof 8enlleoC senseof
of the civilized world which is ii invoked invokedmay Invokedmay invokedmay
may compel or induce England to grant to toher toJler toher
her litter kingdom kingdom Can tile lie Rev MrIrvine Mr MrIrvine MrIrvine
Irvine as an Irishman who loves his native nativeland nativelaud nativeland
land go with us his Protestantand Catholic Catholicfellow Catholic Catholicfellow CathohcfelIow
fellow Christians this far If so we shall shallexpect Ihallexpect shallexpect
expect him at the next meeting of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United Irish League of which his fellow fellowChristian felIowChriltian fellowCthristian
Christian and friend tri nd William F Downey Downeyis
is the worthy and honored president presidentA
The Italian Compared FavorablyWith Favorably FavorablyAVIth FavolablyWith
With Some Some Hoavy Swell 7onmle 7onmleObstructionists emnle emnleObs ontnleObS
Obstructionists ObstructionistsEditor Obs UotioaistEdilorSsoadicv ttotllIlstS ttotllIlstSEdilor
Editor EdilorSsoadicv Sututav SHuttJ fflvoe fflvoeI tiiob tiiobI lober loberI
I hear threuglfUie throu tfl1e columns c < < lumas of the prsism prsismthat preMr preMrthat pr prtllat
that the Italian Italianind Ita1ia lnd ud Greek push cart carthave cuthave f
have to be everim ever4Iu the move while en esoring enoring edori
oring ori g to dispose of their ware wares as well wellmake CIa CIamalen a amahteankoaes4lW
make malen mahteankoaes4lW an Itonewt 14o e Uttae tpt it M seem m atr atrMeitfttgsttaatr t 1 1fMWMf
fMWMf Meitfttgsttaatr tfwt that a a son l sea U froth frothclime fro froclime rolla rollacUme
clime naturalized or not It majar majarmuch mI mImuch mamuch liW liWMlat
much is not granted the rights rigktsof rigktsofI ofour of i iour
I our own pedestrians in making a stop stop nearthe near nearthe
1 the curb even on remote streets i i e not notdirectly notdlrectlv notdirectly
directly in the business section If I as it is isclaimed Isclalwed isclaimed
claimed the push cart men obstruct traffic trafficon trafficon trafficon
on the main thoroughfares then at leastgive least leastgive leastgive
give them the privilege pri vllelre of oCwfieeUni wheeling around aroundthe aroundthe aroundthe
the corner and taking a reV rel on the nearby nearbyside nearbyside nearbyside
side streets The push cart lJrt men of Phila Pldladelpbia Philadelphia Philadelphla ¬
delphia have far more mOIiillow show than in the theCapital theCapital theCapital
Capital City yet thexQuaker City is much muchthe muchthe muchthe
the busier of the two It is simply working workinga
a beastofburderi hardship on a human h hpman man be being beInll belug ¬
lug to compel him to shove sho sh te e eyejj JW e y
lastingly up and down grade allowing allowinga a > Jilte Jiltefew ° Sre Srefew e efew
few minutes only for forthe the purpose of making niakfnga
a sale Give the men a show or at leas leasthe leasthe least leastthe
the semblance of plain humanity humanitypreachel1from o opreached a3 a3preached
preachel1from preached from our fashionable churches tofashignatile tb tbfashionable t tfashlQbWIe
fashionable fashlQbWIe audiences every Sunday SundayOur SundayOutiii SundayOurgttdst
Our Outiii Ourgttdst tet t obtrusive circles of sassiety sassietywomen Ba8sletywop saseletywont
wop wont women p both departmental and outside will williAl witla willasifetnble
asifetnble a et iAl le on the Ildhalk u usometimes in squads of ofsQlUetlmes ofsolntimes
sometimes half a dozen and obstruct navi navigation navlgaUon navtgallon ¬
gallon fqj five Inuteaand minutes and upwards while whileindulging whileindulging whileindulging
indulging their appetites in scandalmonger scandalmongering scandalmonverIng
ing Thenagain certain of them with their theirfledgling theiradgllng theirfledgling
fledgling escorts eRorts will march four abreast intheir in intheir intheir
their evening promenades on sidewalks al already Itlready already ¬
ready not over wide and attempt cheap in insult insult insuit ¬
sult if they tllt happen to get getehouldered shouldered by the thepasserby thepa8lerby thepasserby
passerby fe o whom they would give but avery a avery avery
very scant margin of walking space The Theabove Tbeabove Theabove
above are often accompanied by one or more moresmall moresmall moresmall
small badtempered dogs of the tbeladys ladys lapvariety lap lapvariety lapvariety
variety who seem to take it as a granted grantedprivilege arantedprivilege grantedprivilege
privilege to snarl and snap in close prox proximity proxImlty proximity ¬
imity tb o the legs of those who dont happen happento
to exactly suit their fancy Then if one ofthese of ofthese ofthese
these spoiled four fourfooted footed bundles of snarlfug snarl snarlJng
fug pettisiu p ttism gets up against the toe of a ashoe asboe ashoe
shoe then Oh Ohl Gawd what a row there is isThe bThe IsTine
The < dear little darling didnt do a thing thlnKwasnt thingwasnt
wasnt going to snap anybody and there thereare therefF therefirp
are firp fF threats of calling on the police of big bigDick
flick Dick Sylvester S lvester in order to enforce female femalerowdyism
rowdyism lqVdylelll1Our rovdyientOur rowdyismOur
Our brother from Italy and Greece does doesMot doesuot doesriot
Mot cause any such trouble or likely like Iv die dierbance dlltuibance ¬
tuibance rbance while endeavoring to make anhonest an anhonest anliouest
honest honest living I have always found him himvery himvery
very wry gentlemanly end obliging and in fact factcould CactC factcould
could C < < lttd in most cases ca 1 give points in goodbreeding good goodbreeding Ioodbreeding
breeding to many of the opposite oppl > 8ite sex Ie who whoclaim wholalm whoclaim
claim lalm to be pure snow white Americanwomen American Americanwomen Americanwomen
women Give the men a show At least leantallow leastanow leastallow
allow them to take a rest around the nearest nearestcorner aeareetcomer nearestcorner
corner with his manpower man power power vehicle vehicleN etide etidec etideN
N H H HThe IIi IIThe HThe
The three tailors of Tooter street about aboutslaes
up the situation of Tdm TdmehltlOn Johnson and sudhis
Cleveland following in the Democratic Democraticparty
of Ohio OhioThe Ohl OhlThe OhioThe
The PantTOJL Pa C Canal n l advocates won the thelight
squareK aqua Tn n a the Senate So that we webave
the candfSjle and e people will be satisfied latialltdrhe
route wl11left will left to the best judgment
f our statesmen atatllmenTom f fTom L LTom
Tom Johnson and hit land tax Henry Hinry3eoflre
socialism to I mighty thin tbl when hen henIpread
out over more thin one ecu ClQuhlo Drip it hf
> hlo Tber Tile There if something however hownernagnllicentS howeverje
ntlfof liof 1 r Of this theorist whicl p
men admire a fre wuan whet he undertake to
aue a pronWfteweHto pre tetlto against eneh Mh h tried tri
uoegatiq SfirjBeW ere aa John R McLean and
inuuciitiaf i dlt1fJldafDemoeratle Democratic newspapers as
he CincUSBU CIud U Enquirer EIINirn svarer I
How It Is Obtained Honestlyand Honestland
and by Other QtherMethods QtherMethodsCOL MethodsCOL Methods MethodsCOL
After Bight EI ht months Service In theOrient theOrient
Orient He is the Owner of OtrlosValued CuriosValued Curios CuriosValued
Valued at Fifty Thousand Dollars Dollarsand Dollarsand Dollarsand
and a Handsome Mansion fQllslonSoldlerl MansionSoldierGo fQllslonSoldlerlGo Soldier SoldierGo
Go Thau Tll0uand Tjiou and Do Likewise LikewiseRemin LikewiseReminIscent LikewiseReminiseent Remin Reminiscent ¬
iscent Remarks on Hemp > andThings and andThings am amThlllgs
Things ThingsA
A few of our officers made themselves themselvesconspicuous t1teluel t1teluelcoaplOUtl themselvescoospicnoae
conspicuous for their looting ability in the theChinese tileChineN IkeChinese
Chinese war and subsequently in the Philippines Philip Philippines Philhpinel ¬
pines Looting ia il plain Bnglish mean meanstealing Innssteatingby mesasstealingby
steatingby stealing by brute force The Iiuglih soldier lO14tftor otdieror
or officer ha has heretofore held th the record for forthis totthis forthis
this species Ipeel of dishonorable dishono ble theft Of Ofcourse OfcourN Ofcourse
course many officers come by their loot lootlegitimately lootleg lootlegitimately
legitimately leg timately or partly so I That i ia they will willpurchase wl11parc willpurchase
purchase parc ase from the private soldier soldier the thearticle thearticlel thearticles
article articles he ha hat stolen from some com ahr shrinetemple shrine shrinetemple le letemple
temple or residence In this case the receiver re receiver reo reoceiver ¬
ceiver is I not supposed to be a al bad a al the thethief tb tbthief thethief
thief Then again officer o icera like for instance iuctanceour Intaaceour instanceour
our own Col Co H O S Hewtaad secure securetheae lecurpthele securethese
these curios trophies and valuable in inpresent Inpresentl inpresents
present from distinguished foreigner for forrdistinguished fordistinguished Cotdltlllguilhed
distinguished service or they the purchase purchasethem purchalethem purchasethem
them in the store stores and ttho shops hop l of foreigncountries foreign foreigncountrie foreigncountrie
countrie countrieAn countrieAn countriesAn
An army officer oJi er acquaintance of our ours who whoinspected whoInlpecLed whoinspected
inspected the curios of Col Heistand at the thelatters thelAtters thetatters
latters residence 1714 Twentieth street streetnorthwest Itreetnorth streetnorthwest
north northwest welt placed a valuation on the lot of ofnot ofnot ofnot
not lets than fifty thousand dollars He Hedid Hedid Hedid
did not n t of course intimate that the colonelpaid colonel colonelpaid cOlonelpaid
paid that amount or any like sum out of his hiemeagre hi himeagre hismeagre
meagre salary lalar of lieutenant colonel for the thebeautiful theI thebeautiful
beautiful object of art lace la ea brica brleabrac brleabracChinese brac bracChinese bracChinese
Chinese silks and intrinsically valuablecurios valuable valuablecurio valuahlecurios
I curios with which th the colonel house was wasfairly wasfairly wasfairly
fairly littered The GLOBE use uses the verb verbwa verbI verbwas
wa was as it is I in the past tense for the colonels col colonels colonell ¬
I onels mansion is not now adorned with withthese withtllese withthese
these spoil of war ar They have been packedand packed packedand packedand
and stored away It appear that the colonel col colonel eolonel ¬
onel purchased outright after hi his return fromabroad from fromabroad fromabroad
abroad the handsome property 1414 Twenty Twentyfirst Twe Twetlttyfirst ty tylirst
first street The exhibition of the valuable valuablecurios valllabkI1108 valuablecmirios
curios I1108 and the purchase pure hue of the house housetoo bQ h ustr at t l 4 4o dtoo
too o much annoying talk among pvoftl pvoftlfticalled paofllay W11o W11ocalled r rcalled
fticalled called the fast that before ttfC tbg colonel colonelWent loael loaelwent loactlent
went ent to Paris and ubsequcntty subsequeiittrtoChina subsequeiittrtoChinaand to China Chinand Cblnagd
gd nd rite Philippines butNhl he wa wss unable tAubl tAublla and andamount edsd
Ana la Ylo to pay Major Ill < < 6rattrJ Ea H wlWi wlWiamount E sw swamount
amount that gentleman elltleman thought thoughtdue wa wadue was
due him in n the famous Manila H Hemp ± mp Com Combinefu CombineJu Combine
binefu bine fn which Meiklejohn Heistand andseveral and andseveral aadseveral
several other distinguished citizens were wereha werec wererortners
c rortners rortnersT < < paftnerl paftnerlThltj
Thltj T ha h enterprise bursted for the want of ofcapital ofeapltal ofcapita
capital capita and Hawke wa was left to hold the thebag thebagwhich thebagwhich
bag bagwhich which b i is still holding by the way waywhile waywhile waywhile
while the big men of the concern militaryand military militaryand militaryalld
and civil entered their theirholes holes and pulled the theholes theholes theholes
holes in after them so that Major Hawkes Hawkecould Hawkescbuld Hawkescould
could not not even secure an interview with hisformer his hisformer hisformer
former hpardsm hpardsmComing pards pardsComing p < 1rds 1rdsComing
Coming back to tbe curios and recalling recallingjtHe recallingthe
1 the fact that Colonel Heistand was absent absentia abientIn absentin
In China and the Philippines altogether altogetherabout altogetberabout altogetherabout
about eight month months ontta we e cafu a truthfully applyto apply applyto p1l1yto
to his case CQ8 cage what w t the son so sontvritersaug writer sang of a acelebrated aceleb acelebaat
celeb celebaat celebrated t d Irishman Irishman to Wit WitI witIe it itIs
I Ie thflMBi Ude J p illy Iy they theylpake ipake of so highly highlythitftr highlyJa highlyII
Ja thitftr tht r Killy ellIy lIy that kape the hotel hotelAn hotelAa hotelAn
An if tho yoSfr yi r 4e OReilly they spike of so soThen 110b 110Tb sohly
pent b hly hlyThen
Then Tb Then n pon uwul uwseulReilly Reilly eiIty you your your r doing quite quitewell quitewell quitewell
well wellIndeed wellIndeed wellIndeed
Indeed the colonel i is I to be congratulatedafter congratulated congratulatedafter congrawlatedafter
after all in missing iIar connection with the theManila theManila theManila
Manila Hemp Monopoly and coming comin out outon outon outon
on the bare paj pa of a lieutenant colonel colonelwhich colonelwhich colonelwhich
which we annually anouatl spend for cigars as the theowner theWI1er thegoner
owner WI1er in fee simple ple of a handsome mansionand mansion mansionand mansionaad
and the proud roucl possessor of Oriental briea bricabrac brieabrae brieabrae
brae laces Curios silks cameos lacquerwork lacquer lacquerwork lacquerwork
work ornaments orna and other curios which whichour whichour hich hichour
our army acquaintance acciuiata ce estimates a as beingworth being beingworth beingworth
worth not not less than fifty thousand dollars dollarWe dollarsWe dollarsWe
We can in o CHIr o fr mind minds eye see the expres expression expressian expreslion ¬
lion on the prominent mlaeat features of Major Majorand Ilajorarastus Majorllrastus
arastus L Ijlwlte i 1 ikes as be reads this articleand article articleand
and we can alOKMt in fancy purely I > tarelr hear hearhi bearbll heartin
hi bll tin picturesque ue remarks ks as he learnt from fromits fromits fromits
its perusal PlctureJ bat bits QU pard who pleaded pleadedpoverty plea pleadedpoverty td tdpoverty
poverty in t tpeir teir eirJelt joint enterprise of cornering corner cornering cornring ¬
ing the output of r hemp from Manila i inow is isno isnow
now no rich beyond b youdthe time e dream of oP of hemp hempor
or any other wild cat undertaking calling callingfor call1uirfor callingfor
for Senate Senateitveltl i investigating 1 committees courtmartial court courtmartial courtmartial
martial and so ffl fflDavid forth f fDavid v vDavid
David B Hills HI1lsllOftCb Hill ss speech ieeb is i iUke like champagne champagneto
to the thirsty thira It I Its after taste i II both bothsoothing bothloothlnl bothsoothing
soothing and exhilarating exhilaratingLeader exbilaradngtesmder xbl1alattqteader
to up the
Leader Richardson woke up the past week weekndf weekindite
indite ndf 4 die e Republican Republicanwiih wiib he hadnt Itis Itissometimes It is issouteiiaces i i8OWe
sometimes 8OWe regrettablethet a ass a with com commending commtlllg cornstranding ¬
mending mtlllg talent akin ak to genius 1Ilg requiresprodding requires requiresprodding requirespr04dlnl
prodding to arouse him himThe KimThe himThe
The Democratic party part i ia the only political politicalorganization politicalolAanlzatiou politicalorganizatiou
organization which allow crank and theo theorist theorists theonets ¬
nets rist like Tom T Johnson to pose A as a leaderor leader leaderor
or a prophet prop e Our Republican Republlceltbhtbrea brethren nrehren rel relegate relegate relegate ¬
egate such nch political 0Utial centipede to the tberear tberearI tberear1bPtelldt rear rearKsPtc rearEx
KsPtc 1bPtelldt Ex hceidtut id Bt Grover Clevefattda latest lateltuUeral1Ge
isybia i II1ait bi be best t Would to heaven be hehad
practiced what he now preaches and andthis
republic would have beta saved the
di or of oUt Its eetnteheou eeeattla ia the Philip Pbilippin ¬
exploiptiouCol exploitation exploitationCot I
1 1Cot
Cot Charts Cbare Rdward dwarda anl Ire dJ secretary of oflhe ofhe
he CoBgre9ion CG lrIObM Dgwattmtic tIe Campaign taJupailrnCounuhteeltaa t smpaign
Counuhteeltaa has ystmsti systimatiM ed d his hi work in inJUcIa > n
an adinJrebte ad die mousse M MW MiM siiUauermce 4j < < en tric ce i 1 1l
l a crime ffce be miiurtont IIi Mipl tea been I IalGboralely
pkwghl kt out attAiB tt < < roushaesa aees 1 1karaeterin
the whole
Professional Professional Female Nurses Nursesal Nursesat
al a1St St ElizabethsMASSAGE Elizabeths ElizabethsMASSAGE ElizabethsMASSAGE
ili iEnell tinemas nemas 9 and nut Oatherlze Oather ze Male Jnlc Pa Patients PotientB PabentsThe ¬
tients bentsThe The he Case of Nelson Nel n the Daneon Dane Daneoh Daneon
on the Lecture Ledture e ture Table TableThe The Build BuildInjjs DullelInllA Buildings
Injjs Coins dof Up and d the DisfiguretnedtoPtho Disfigure DisfiguremerUor Dfsflllurel11errtor
merUor tnedtoPtho thB he Grounds of the iuatltu Instituion iuatltutioa l11st1tutlot
tioa ion by Jr Richardson RichardsonThe RIohnrdonTIH RichardsonThe
The expensive e I1ive fifteen thousand thou a d dollar dollarwitch dollarhoh dollarswitch
witch hoh fro frol1 n the B 8 0 at St Elizabeths Elizabethsround BlfaabetltslnG Itlizabethsround
round lnG the ravine to the boiler house from fromthe Cromthe fromthe
the intersection Inter ctiol of the power house permits permitsof permitsof permitsof
of only one car being beia pulled and a d therefore thereforeit
it is lulmOlt almost of no use t td < t the hospital This Thisis ThllIt Thisis
is Dr Richardsons engineering To haveemploy have haveemployed haveemploye
employed employ a competent engineer wouldhave would woulthave wouldbave
have p prevented vested the superintendent from frommanipulating CromlUanlpulatinc frommanipulating
manipulating things to his hi own best in interest Intereltl interests ¬
terest For the first time in the history Idstot ol olthe of ofthe ofthe
the institution the superintendents wife wif vi i ichief II IIchid ischief
chief matron Mrs Ira Norton who for almost almostforty almoltCarty almostforty
forty years held the position po itlon having been beendischarged beeudisclalrpd beendischarged
discharged to make room for Mrs Richard Richardson RichardIOU Richardson ¬
son Ordinarlv such a position pOliti on ae chief chitmatron chiefmatroll chiefmatron
matron for the superintendents wife wiCewould wiCewouldbe would wouldbe
be regarded u a moat unsuitable to the lady ladyand ladyand ladyand
and a lowering of the dignity of the headphysician head headphysician hetldphYllellt
physician But Jut Doctor Richardson hapeculiar ha hapeculiar hal halcullat
peculiar cullat notion on this a al on other sub subject lubjects subjects ¬
ject jects such och uchas is s the location of the new build buildings buildIn buildfags ¬
fags In 1 going up tb the disfigurement of the thebeautif thebeautll thebeautifpl
beautif beautll grounds adl and most incredible of ofall ofa11 ofall
all th the theunsexing jutuwslng of the professional femalenurses female femalenttrse femalea
nurses a of o the institution institutionWhit InltitutionWbir1I1t institutionWbi11
Whit Wbir1I1t Wbi11 m mentally flUlly 1tal1 formulating the language languagewhich langulgewhcb1rm languagewhicl
which whcb1rm ill explain xpl lt to the tll public in as un unobjectionable unObJC unobjectiota
objectionable ObJC objectiota a manner as the English Englishwritten RnJUbwritteto Englishwrltteoto
written writteto tosMBoe e permits the duties required requiredof
of th thtjp IOt1ai jprJpewtorail eMoaal nltl female nurses at St StBlizatXthI StBlizabfth StEhiaaWth
Blizabfth BlizatXthI under expert Richardson RichardsonsregiuMt RlchardsousreglUMt a aregtmep
regiuMt w4 < will i1I briefly notice the locationand location locationand locationand
and MJHttnfBtton Uon of the new buildings buildinggoing buildingsolng buildingsgoing
going olng ip 1tplathe C CIDtbe f fIn
In lathe the 8tst 8r S t place the ground in front of oftb ofthe ofthe
tb the Toner building hal ha been cut up and abtulding a abuilding abtlsWlll1r
building i it being erected in front of an aneighty anelility aneighty
eighty foot water tank The male and andfemale andfemale andfemale
female building bulldi follow the wall onNicholas on onNicttola onNic1tolaa
Nicholas avenue voue the female building i iacrotMbe iacroalHbe is isaetosotbe
acrotMbe aetosotbe avenue lIe on the road going from fromAnaoosjtulo fromAueoN fromMmeoa
Mmeoa Anaoosjtulo AueoN to o Congress C acrels Heights Of course coursetM couraer coursetitiepttli
tM titiepttli wuvXrgU r r g b too far distant for foreare car or orproper orpro orproper
proper pro proper supervision and andmht might as a well belocated be belocated belocated
located on Capitol Hill There are no shade ahadetree shadetree shadetrees
tree trees and the place i Is barren and uninviting uninvitingsuch unbtvltln2such uninvitingsuch
such as one would expect to find In a peal penitentiary penltentlary pealteatary ¬
tentiary The new stables are located near nearthi Dearthill nearthis
thi this building and a good half mile distant distantfrom distantfrom distantfrom
from the main buildings The inconvenience inconvenienceof Incon venlence venlenceof
of this Uti arrangement would strike even anIndian an anIndiantegee anIndiantevee
Indiantegee Indian tepee architect The old oldcoudemned oldcoudemnedlaundry condemned condemnedlaundry condemnedlaundry
laundry building is being beln remodeled and andfitted andfitted andfitted
fitted up for the poor old female patients patientsThe patientsThe patientsThe
The gymnasium for the male attendants attendantsis
is in this building while the plumber plumbershops plumbershops plumbershops
shops and boiler rooms are underneath undorneathlThe underneathThe 1 1The
The millions of dollars being expended expendedin exp l1ded l1dedin
in these buildings would call for the mostexpert most mostexpert mOltexpert
expert supervision in any state or territory territoryof
of the union but it Itappears it appears that Dr Rich Richardson Richardson Richardson ¬
ardson himseJ himaU ll ms V > selected selected the inspector and anddischarged anddischargw anddischarged
discharged the competent o mpetent chief brick layer layerMr layerMr layerMr
Mr Parks uu3 uttiy whose = supervision the thepresent tbere theareseutaubatant
present areseutaubatant re nt substantial lIu1 > 6talt1 tlapdcreditablestructures tlapdcreditablestructureserr and a d creditable structures structuresScere structuresU
Scere err U erected erectedTb erectedThe
f Tb The GLOBE gave th the testimony of Mr MrBarrows MrBarrq MrBarrtsns
Barrows Barrq Barrtsns as to the shoddy nature of the work workbeing workbeing workbeing
being executed by the contractors with Dr DrRichardson DrRichardlions DrRichardsons
Richardson and his inspectors approval approvalThe cpprovalThe approvalThe
The sand is being dug out of a mud bank bankfew a afew afew
few miles tD iles from the institution and the thebricks thebrick thebricks
bricks are being literally dumped into the thewalls thewalls thewalls
walls instead of properly laid with mortar mortarWe mortarWe mortarWe
We now approach the moat astounding astoundingrevelation astoundingrevelalioll astoundingrevelation
revelation the GLOBE has no far been calledto called calledto call d dto
to chronicle touching the unique u lque manage management management management ¬
ment of St Bliaabeths under expert Rich Richardson Richardson Richardson ¬
ardsonThere ardson ardsonThere ardsonThera
There it isa a Dane named Nelson a patient patientat
at the institution suffering from a male die disease dl dlee dieease ¬
ease beside hi his slight mental affliction The Timeprofessional Theprofessional TheproleloDal
professional female feptale nurse are required tomassage to tomassage towalle
massage walle this tbi ttiau nian on the lecture table and andit andIt andit
it i II not an infrequent sight irbt to see from adosen a adocett adoaa
docett to twenty of these the e female nurses nursesaround nursesaround nursesaround
around the mated man on the table to whom whomthey whomtiley whomthey
they aduiiniter administer enemas and he is even evencatherised evencatherled evenatheriaed
catherised by these the female nurses to relieve relievetbe relievethe relievethe
the bladder While a few of them massage massageNelson ma888geNellOu massageNelson
Nelson the most expert one of their number numberinserts numberinsertll numberinserts
inserts the tube when wheuthe the properconditions properconditionsexist proper eondhtious eondhtiousexist
exist and tbe other female nurses criticallynote critically criticallynote critically1I0te
note th the operation Medical practitioners practitionersor pra tJtioners tJtionersor
or student of medicine will understand the thenature thenature thenature
nature of the service performed by the themat thematle themassage
mat artists and the operator among the thefemale thefemale thefemale
female nurse and the general or lay publicneed public publicneed publicneed
need only be informed that it is only paul paulble poulble possible ¬
ble of accomplishment bv by women where the tbepatient thepatient thepatient
patient is insane Certainly no sane male maleouuide waleoutlide maleoutside
outside massage parlor advertised in the tbedaily thedai17 thedaily
daily papers could or would submit to theoperation the theoperation theoperatfeu
operation at the tis hand of women womenTh womenThe womenThe
Th The enforcement of thi this duty on the thefemale theCemale thefemale
female nurses for it would be a grow libel libelon Ubela libelon
on a n their Ht ex to Mate tate that they perform the thetask thetalk thetask
task voluntarily voluntaril i is outrazeou outrageous and unpeak unpeakably ualpeakably unspeakably
ably disgusting It is a II perversion of sex sexequal sexequal
equal in degradation so far as tile th womenare women womenre womeaIre
Ire re concerned cO cemed who have to perform thetask tb tbtask the thetask
task to any of the infamous revelation revelationwhich reve1a1oowhich revelationswhich
which from time to time shock tlte public publicThe pablieThe publicThe
The task assigned these nurse is neither neithermodified lIelthermodified neithermodified
modified nor relieved by the insanity of the thepatient thepatient thepatient
patient insofar as a the women wotqen o u themselves tbte1veare
concerned Male attendant nurse orohysitian or orDhy orDbYllda
DbYllda Dhy ician hare from time imtMMiorial per performed performed Mr Mrformed ¬
formed thi ibis operation both in IMMM and a asalle
hospitals hOllfltal1 The innovation by Dr Rich RIcbardloa
0 of ordering permitting or forcing Corctacfema
fema parses araea to unsex un ex themselves under aadirtile
aegis af i or requirement of th the proM proMdou
Is an infamous one and we venture to to toa
a will WU not ao be followed f ILow4 or generally gsuerallydopatd MraU7
wheN rbr clean minded l and refined refined
of the medical profession are in I
or in authority authorityT
Of the PostOffice PostOffice Department Departmentat
Mr Oharles Doran Under Bond for forTrial forTrial torTrial
Trial and Mr Hedges Dodglnc DodglncAround Dodglll DodglllAround DodIngAround
Around On the Lookout for Stray StrayBullets StrayBulletsThe StrayBulletsThe
Bullets BulletsThe The Cause of the Trouble TroubleSaid TroubleSaid TroubleSaid
Said to be Impertinent Interfer Interference II Iutirfcrelite rfcr rfcrellce
elite in the he Domestic Affairs Affar of 6f In Inispqctor 111j Inftpeotor
ftpeotor j ispqctor p ctor DoranA Doran DoranA
A decided sensation developed during the thepast tbepo thepast
past po t week in postoffice circles the parties partiesto
to the affair being two post postoffice > 6ffice inspect inspectors inspectors ¬
ors Charles L I Doran and Charles Hedges HedgesMr lI HedgeaMr dges dgesMr
Mr Doran wa was arrested the past week ona on ona ona
a warrant sworn Sworn out by hi hll fellow inspector inspectorHedge InMp inspectorHedges tor torHedees
Hedge who charged him with threatening threateningto
to kill Mr Doran wa was placed under onethousand one onethousand onethound
thousand dollar bond in the United Statesbranch States Statebranch Statesbranc1
branch of the police court on Thursday Thursdaylat Thursdaylt Thursdaylast
lat to appear for trial in ten days and andthere Andthere andthere
there the matter rests for the present presentNow 1rentNow presentNow
Now there are various accounts flying flyinground flyingaround flyingaround
around the PostOffice Department aud audrumor audrumon andrumors
rumor are a al thick a as leaves in the Vale of ofValambrom ofValambrosa ofValambrosa
Valambrosa hence it was exceedingly diffi difficult dUBcult difficult ¬
cult for the GLOBB to separate the genuine genuinefrom genull1errom genuhiefrom
from the fal false and find the real kernel or orcause orOlin orcause
cause Olin of the quarrel between the two post postoffice pOltoSce postoffice
office Inspectors From the bet informed informedsource Informedsourcea informedsources
source however we are led to take stockin stock stockin stockIn
in the statements that Mr Charles Hedges Hedgemade Hedgesmade Hedgesmade
made himself too officiously conspicuous in ininterfering 111interfering ininterfering
interfering in the domestic affairs of Mr MrDoran MrDoron MrDoran
Doran and that Mr Doran on his return to tothe tothe tothe
the city having discovered dls vered by the perusal perusalof perulalof
of a couple of letters which which fell into his hishands hisbands hisrands
hands that Hedges had the presumption to tooffer tooffer tooffer
offer advice unsolicited to Mr Dorans Doransbetter Doran Doranb Doransbetter
better b tter half he became furious and made madestraight wadestraight madestraight
straight for the PostOffice Department in insearch Insearch insearch
search of Hedges Mr Doran as stated statedhad stntedhad statedhad
had only just arrived from Denver when he hemade bemade hemade
made this discovery d lcovery and not finding Hedge Hedgeat IIedgelat
at the post postoffice offlce after a diligent search heunbosom he heunbosomed beunbosomed
unbosomed unbosom ed himself blm elf to a confidential friend frienda
a as to Hedges conduct and the injury he at attempted attempted ¬
tempted to do him Doran without how however however ¬
ever net entering into particular except to tostate tostate tostate
state that if itHedged Hedge had been guilty of what whathe whatbe whathe
he Doran suspected he would kin himon him himon JIlinon
on sightMr sight tightMr sightIr
Mr Ir Dorans whole manner and appear appearance appearanc appearante
ance anc ante id indics indicated t d that he considered llll red the matter matterat platter platterat atter atterat
at issue a aa most serious aiid a id that he waslaboring wa walaboring wu wulaborinir
laboring under suppressed excitement fromsaute from fromsome
1 some grievous injury and chance cances were if ifhe iCbe ifhe
he ran across Hedges there would be blood bloodshed bloodshed bloodabed
shed and probably murder murderMr murderMr murderMr
Mr Hedges having got word of the condi condition condlltlon condittion >
tion of mind of his fellow inspector and andbeing andbeing amidbeing
being admonished admonl ed that he meant business businessbecame busine88became businessbecame
became alarmed and immediately swore outa out outa outa
a warrant charging c arging Mr Doran with the intention in intention Intention ¬
tention of executing the threats aforesaid aforesaidMr aforesaidMr aforesaidMr
Mr Doran ° appeared peared in the United States Statesbranch Statesbral1 Statesbranch
branch bral1 ll of the police court and filed bond bondfor bOl1dfor bondfor
for one thousand dollars but it itis is surmised surmisedby snrmisedby surmisedby
by those tb se acquainted with both men that the thematter tbematter thematter
matter will be amicably amicablysettled settled and the theissue thei88ue theissue
issue whatever it is will not come to trial trialor trialor ttlalor
or receive further ventilation by the press pressThis pressThis pressThis
This has probably been brought about by bythe bythe bytime
the interest manifested by one or two mem members wetnbers niemnbers ¬
bers of the House of Representatives Repres ntatives who whoare whoare wtmoare
are acquainted with and know both men menand tllelland menand
and are anxiously desirous of hushing upthe up upthe upthe
the scandal to the end that there may beneither be beneither beneither
neither blood shed nor loss of office on the thepart tltepart thepart
part of Mr Doran and Mr Hedge HedgeIt Hed HedgesIt es esIt
It i il evident that there ha hAs been somegrievous some somegrievous Ome OmeIrrievoUl
grievous error committed by Mr Hedges Hedgeseither aedgeseither edges edgeseither
either against Mr Doran individually or by
hi his interference in matters that do not con concern concern concern ¬
cern him and it bas ha taken considerable considerablepreaur considerablepre considerablepreaeurq
preaur pre preaeurq uron on Mr Doran to prevent either a atragedy atragedy atragedy
tragedy or or a serious violation of the statute statuteand statuteand statutesand
and which might result in one or two va vacancies vacandesIu vacancleain ¬
candesIu cancies in the tJutpotlto postoffice ol ice inspectorships inspectorshipsThe Inspector hl pa paThe
The dgljv psPers pf Pfper per a IUI is usual when a real reallive reallive
live iteiM tt itenf of news hit hits their reporter crawl crawlinto crawlInto crawlinto I
into their holes and pull the hole in after afterthem aftrthew afterthem
them for fear that by some accident a newsitem news newsitem newsItem
item which would interest the public would wouldget wouldget wouldget
get into their columns It therefore re remains ree reemaills remaimia
mains for the SUNDAY GLOBE tq exhibit exhibitthis exhibitthis exhibitthis
this matter in so far a at it has developed develo ec1 to tothe tothe tothe
the public in general and its army of readera read readers readers ¬
ers in particular particularMr
Mr Hedges i is not now a postoffice inspector in inspector inIpector ¬
spector but chief assistant a lstant to Mr Maehen Maehenin
in the Rural Free Delivery Division where wherehe wherehe wherehe
he has plenty leisure to write letter to toother toother toother
other mens men wives end sweetheartsThe sweethearts sweetheartsThe sweetheartThe
The President still stands by Cuba and he hewill hewill liewill
will get there by some bypath if defeat defeated deteated defeated ¬
ed on the main roadHaving road roadHaving roactHaving
Having rested sufficiently sutleleaU after Ms jun junketing junketig jung ¬
hating trip to Cuba Dr Richardson expert expertluperinteudent
of St Eliiabeth ix It now nowenjoying
an extended trip through the theNortb
including Ineludin the lakes Canada etcIt etc etcIt etcIt
It appear the doctors will after all wind windup windup
the Dennis mystery Failing to effect a aO1re
the unfortunate womans estate will willhiuve
fcave k ve to liquidate her indebtedness for medi mediat
at 1 attendance attendanceTbe atteudauceThe attendanceThe
The revelation in an interview on the
page of thi this issue 11812 on the Holland
Company efforts wife wi Congress Co gress to secure Hcureall
all appropriation for their five submarine lubtnarlueIIoata
can be substantiated by four witnesses
C unimpeachable character characterThe characterThe
The Bell Telephone Company steal ha h has
leen consummated and the bill introduced j
y Mr Cowherd wm beno fee no restraintand will
lave no effect tract up upon th the companys vested vestedaterrssts
voted thea t this s by a Republican Con Conrye
rye H
The Disbursing Clerk of otDe otDepartment De Department Department
partment partment of Justice FallsEIGHT Falls Fallsi FallsEIGHT
Short and All His I Savings h Blowon Blown inon In Inon
on a Woman or omollNclther Woman Neither n nDrinker RDrinker aDrinker
Drinker Gambler nor Sport but a aPlain aPlain
Plain 1 ll1lit Liver and Yet Ills 11181Uolloy Money is isAll IsAll IsAll
All Gone Goncho Who are are the Women Re Responsible HespolIslblefur Respoasiblo ¬
sponsible spolIslblefur ibr tlic tlitltulii l IRuin tUlil of Harry HarryAbout Horry1cclttfni HarryItcclmtfui
1cclttfni ItcclmtfuiAbout t tAbout
About a week previous pr vlous to the discovery discoveryof
of the shortage stl shortageln rta e in Henry Rechtins Recbtin s accounts accountas accountsas
as disbursing officer l1icer of the Department of ofJustice ofJustice ofJustice
Justice Comrade Jack Cook Cook ook the famous boy boycannoneer boycannoneer bopcannoneer
cannoneer of Gettysburg and Antietam and andth andthe andthe
th the editor of the GLOBE made a call at that thatdepartment thatdepartmnt thatdepartment
department to see their friend and acquain acquaintancc acquaintance acquaintenet
tenet of almost forty year Tears the unfortunate unfortunateHenry unCortunateHenry unfortunateHenry
Henry RechtinThe Rechtin ReehtinThe RechtinThe
The GLOBE editor had not seen Mr Reeh Reehtin Recbtin Rechtin ¬
tin since m7 1878 when we left Cincinnati forColumbus for forColutubu CorColumbul
Columbus with Governor Bishop a IlII state stateprinter stateprinter stateprinter
printer but on entering hi bill office with Com Comrade Comrade Coinrade
rade Cook w we instantly recognized each eachother eachother eachother
other and mutual good wishes wlah were ex exchanged exchanged exclmanged ¬
changed B4th Comrade Cook and the theeditor theeditor theeditor
editor Uavi ffaviyj some business budne to transact transacturging transactwit transactwith
with wit t e burning urging clerk and their old oldm oldfrieWI oldfrle
frle frieWI Uajii Wi m F Pugh formerly a abigll abigllof highoffi high highler
offi of 1 ler cr er Clevelands administrationand administration administrationand administrationanti
and a bother b et of the late Senator S nator Pugh of ofOhio ofOhio t tOhio
Ohio ww called in to witness our o r signa signatures signatures aignatutes ¬
tures in ft intlie tbe he legal paper drawn up upThus uptbu upThug
Thus tbu four old Cincinnatian having mettogether met mettogether mettogether
together we discussed various matters mattersamong matteflamong matteramong
among others otlmeratlte the fact tlmtMr that Mr Reehtin held heldover lleldover heldover
over under the McKinley and Roosevelt Roo evelt ad administrations admlulstrations administratiotte ¬
ministrations purely our otthia on his merit on which whichfact wbicltfact whichfact
fact he Ivan < vas heartily congratulated bv all allthree al1three allthree
three Mr Rechtin outlined the duties of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his position in a very interesting manner niannerstating nlannerstating mannerstating
stating among other tilings tllingItthat that he paidevery paid paidvery paidIvery
every very official of the Department D rttt1ent of Justice Justicefrom Justicefrom Justicefrom
from the Supreme Court judges to the timedeputy thedeputy thedeputy
deputy marshal in Texas who refused any anysalary IInysalary anysalary
salary and was as serving Uncle Sam for fornothing fornothing fornothing
nothing on account of the experience theposition the theposition theposition
position gave him himMr lIimMr himMr
Mr Rechtin however explained that thatUncle tbatUncle thatUncle
Uncle Sam accepts a ceots nobody I services ervice gratis gratisand gratisand gratisand
and hence the deputy de depi ty marshal was paid a asalary alalary asalary
salary of one dollar olim per annum which he hehad hebad liehad
had so far JHU ifW JILIt W draw clria He stated that thatM thatIIII thathfit
M IIII ° 4mDiHMilfn dfi ill averattfl aveta + lfed 4 over three threemillion threemUUou threemillion
million dnpbtn do syteut4the annum and a d so 0 perfect perfectwa perfectwu perfectwas
wa wu the theat aytteniwi < < th the disbursing depart department department departwent ¬
ment that he had yet to find an rror ex exceeding exceeding exceeding ¬
ceeding a cent centReference centReCerence centReference
Reference wa was made by one of the party partyto partyto partyto
to Barrows the lute unfortunate disbursing disbursingclerk dilbursingclerk disbursingclerk
clerk of the Census office and Mr Rechtin Rechtincommented Recbtincommented Rechtincommented
commented oh the fact that it required requireddeterwlnatlon a adetermination a adetermination
determination which should never never under underanv underanv tinderany
anv condition be violated not to touch a apenny a apenny apenny
penny of the government funds under onescare ones onescare onets onetscare
care and that if misfortunes such as illness illnessor
or death required it the officer had better betterborrow betterborrow betterborrow
borrow from the ten per centers than to toborrdw toborr toborrow
borrow borr w for even a single night a dollar from fromUncle CromUncle fromUncle +
Uncle Sams treasury treasuryIt
It was a subject of comment the con consciousness con8clousness consciousness ¬
sciousness of Mr Rechtin in swearing I we rlng the thethree thetbree thethree
three to the legal paper referred to in hiscapacity his hiscapacity hiscallaclty
capacity as notary public He required a afull afun f
full compliance with wl h the matters set forth forthin e ein
in the paper such as as s testifying the number numberof numberof numberof
of years we knew each other and the read reading readIng meadlag ¬
ing of the entire paper to the witnesses witnessesswearing witnessesswearing witnessesswearing
swearing to the signature This was ex explained explained explained ¬
plained to U tis by Mr Cook when we left the thebuilding thebnildln thebuilding
building bnildln He said that lit it was a life habit habitof habitof habitof
of Mr Rechtins Recbtlnstohave to have everything just so soand soand o oaud
and that he was conscientious c < < almost to the thepoint thepoint thepoint
point of being a crankWe crank crankWe crankVe
We Ve came away improved wi wit m the factthat fact factthat bcttbat
that here was one subordinate officer of the thegovernment Utegovemment thegovernment
government holding down a responsible position po position position ¬
sition who would never fail III hi his duty to toUncle toUncle toUncle
Uncle Sam and that the government money moneyentrusted moue moueentrulted moneyentrusted
entrusted to him was a al safe fe as a in the vaults vaultsof vaultsof vaultsof
of the treasury itself itselfImagine itselfImagine itselfImagine
Imagine the surprise which Mr Rechtin Rechtingave Rechtingllve Rechtingave
gave his friends among others the three threementioned threewentioned threementioned
mentioned when on Thursday last lalthe he vol voluntarily voluntarily voluntarily ¬
untarily coafe confessed ed d to AttorneyGeneral AttorneyGeneralKnox Attorney General GeneralKnox GeneralKnox
Knox that he w8ooo was 5ooo ooo short in his ac accounts acconnts accounts ¬
counts and that he had used the money in infast infast infast
fast living Mr Rechtin to hi his Cincinnatifiends Cincinnati Cincinnatifriend Cincinnatifriends
friend and acquaintances such a as thosementioned those thosementioned thoementioned
mentioned alway exhibited a very very quiet quietand quietandsober quietandsober
and andsober sober exterior and he we wu the last man manthey manthey manthey
they would suspect of fast living or of ne neglecting neglecting neglecting ¬
glecting the duties of his religion which whichwa whiellWSI whichwas
was wa supposed sup d to keep him in the straight straightroad straightroad straightroad
road of rectitude and horor hororBut hOlorBut hororBut
But Mr Rechtin is not telling the truth truthwhen truthwhen truthwhen
when he 1NI8 My ay that high living liv I1r caused hi hidownfall his hisdownCal1 hisdownfall
downfall Neither high living li vinjr drinking nor norgambling norgambling norgambling
gambling caused his fall He never has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been a drinking man gambler or sport He Helived Helived Helived
lived as plain as a mechanic and his income incomefrom incomefroll1 incomefrom
from salary and notarys notarv fees f es was about abjtitthree ab aboutthree > lIt lItthree
three thousand dollar per annum His Hillfatlter
died a few years ago ag and left a snug snugestate snugestate
estate in which Henry sh shares es His sisters lIisterlOrun
the leading millinery lIIil1inervtorel itore in Cincin CincinMtl
Hi Hil mother is i atill living at 82 years
age and ha Its property The Rechtin RechtinCamily
a a alltated Stated is highly respected f pected in Cin i Iclnnatl
and all its members well to do doHenrv
Rechtin i Is the victim of a woman or orwOllten
He ha has fallen before their machi machinations ¬
and we would not at all be sur surpriud ¬
to learn that lIe has been ruined by bythe
enforcement of blackmail His char charutCr
is an exceedingly exce dlngly timid one he never mtervageted 4
a adollar dollar in mm hi his life and he rarely rarelyever
touched liquor He WM the soul of orlaouor
and a meet devoted member of his hishurch
Hi iHs fall has been accomplished a by byOllleu
Ollleu and as stated we w predict if > f the theruth
become known that it will be chI chIGvereci ¬
one or more of the > < ex not only got Iotn go
n of Henrys savings hut the money l1Ion y lie is ishen i it i ibutt
hen t la his account atcaU iue be fall of Hery He y
wake 1 kee us almost lose all faith i i1 i1u u
u nature He is the last man we would VouldIct
Ict to betray hi his trust

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