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lHI i iWASHINGTON r ENlINEL ENlINELWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON D C FEB 5 1898 1898SENATOR 18g8SENATOR t8g8SENATOR
SENATOR WHITE says the agttationfor agita agitation agItation ¬
tion tionfor for Hawaiian annexation rests restsupon restsupon restsupon
upon Sentimentality and sugar sugarTrue sUJsr1t sUJsr1tTrue sugarTrue
True and there is more sugar sutjarthan su sugarthan arlt arltthan
than sentiment in it itIT itIT itIT
IT LIES on the surface why Dole Doleis Doleis lloleis
is in this country just at this time anteBut timeBut timeBut
But how does he hope to promote promotethe promotethe promotethe
the Great South Sea Swindle SwindleWhat SwindleWhat SwindleWhat
What is the exact nature of those thoseextra thoilcurxtra thoseextra
urxtra extra inducements which the thesecret thesecret thesecret
secret syndicate of oligarchs who whorule whorule whorule
rule Hawaii authorized him to tooffer tooffer tooiler
offer offerTHE offerTilE oilerTIIP
THE DINOLBV deficit lor Oi January JanUBrywas Januarywas Januarywas
was 7901484 For the seven sevenmonths sevenmonths sevenmonths
months from July i to Feb i the thedeficit thedeficit thedeficit
deficit not reckoning the Pacific PacificRailroad PacificRai1road PacificRailroad
Railroad payment was 3sr9 Ss 5rgot 5rgot8a3 901 °
823 It is not strange that Mr MrMcKinley MrMcKinley MrMc1inlet
McKinley prefers to talk in glitter glittering glittering litter littering ¬
ing generalitie5aboutrurrency generalities about currency re reform reform reform ¬
form rather than to dilate on thebeauties the thebeauties thebeauties
beauties of this worse than war wartariff wartariff wartaritTfor
tariff taritTfor for or bounties and deficit deficitDemocratic deficitThe deficitTUe
The Lodn Bill BillDemocratic BlllDemocratic
Democratic Congressmen Conressmen must mustemember mustemember mustemember
emember that the Republicans Republicanslave
lave such a large majority in the thefouse theouse thenose
fouse nose that they do not need anyemocratic any anyDemocratic anyemocratic
emocratic votes to pass the theodge theodge theodge
odge bill billIt billIt billIt
It is therefore the greatest folly follyfor follyor follyfor
for or any Democratic members to tovote tovote tovote
vote with t tueiuand i Uand p and thus destroy a agreat agreat agreat
great deal of Detti6crltic Denioc Dem cttic tic amrnmi amrnmition amml ammpni ammpnilion i I Ition
tion which could be used us usedfo d to o cap capture capI capture captore I
ture the next House For it can cannot cannot cannot ¬
not be denied that the theLodge Lodge billis bill billis billis
is a Republican KnowNothing KnowNothingmeasure Know NCtl1ing NCtl1ingmeasure fnthingmeasure
measure and emanates from Re Republican Republican Republican ¬
publican sources Let every everyDemocrat everyDemocrat everyDemocrat
Democrat keep his hands oil oilGrain ot1Oraln offGrata
Grain Gamblers and the Poolle PoolleLeiter Pooi Ie IeLeiter leLeiter
Leiter has a mortgage on most mostoi mos mosof t
oi the wheat in the country and andhik andhi an anhid d
hid hi friends including young John JohnA JohnA Joh JohA n
A Lopan own most o 01 the rest restThey restThey restThey
They have fixed upon 1253 1253bushel rag a abushel abushel
bushel as the price at which they theywill theywill the thewill Y
will sell and if their bank credohold credits creditshold creditshold s
hold out they can enforce their theirwill theirwill thei theiwill r
will willThis
This will benefit the when vvheatgrower whengrower vhentgrower t
grower very little for he has hasmainly haomainly ha hamainly 9
mainly marketed his wheat long longago longago ton tonago g
ago It will mean higher priced pricedbread pricedbread price pricebread d
bread for all the rest ot the people peoplea +
a tribute that they are forced to topay topay t tpay o
pay to this young speculator and andhis andhis an anhis d
his associates and for or which they theycet theyget the theget y
get nothing whatever in return returnIt returnIt returntwill
It twill will cost Armour a very pretty prettylump prettylump prett prettlump y
lump of money but that means meansonly meansonly meanonly a
only the transfer of wealth from fromone fromone fro froone m
one grain rain gambler to another anothermatter a amatter amatter
matter in which the public has no nointerest nonterest n nnterest o
interest interestm nterest nterestThe nterestThe
m The one publicly interesting fact facts far fars t
s that thatby by reason of these two grain graingamblers graingamblers frai fraigamblers n
gamblers stacking up against againsteach againsteach againseach t
each other the poor people of the thewhole thewhole th thwhole e
whole land must pay more for their theirbread theirbread thei theibread r
bread Whoever wins in the gam gamthe game gamethe gamethe e
the people pay the losses lossesTli 19ssesTbo kissesTbo
Tbo Tli o Teetotal Movement Movementhas Movuncnthas Diovcrnonthas
has begun to make its appearance appearanceance appearancei e
i ance ace says the Paris Galig GaligLa GalirLa Gali GaliLa g
La Ligue AntiAjlcolique AntiAjlcoliquehas Anti Arlcoliqu Arlcoliquhas colique coliquehas c
has under consideration the prop proposition proposition proposition ¬
osition to open temperance cafein cafes cafesin cafesin a
in Paris It seems to be pretty prettygenerally prettygenerally prett prettgenerally Y
generally agreed that such institulions institu institutions institutions ¬
tions would be doomed to failure failureand failureand tallurs °
s
and not because the Parisian pop population population population ¬
ulation ulation is incorrigibly drunkenfor drunkenforit r
it is not so much so as Londons Londonsbut Londonsbut Londonbut s
but because drinking is s not asso associated associated aeonrioted ¬
ciated in the Frenchmans min minwith mind mindwith mindwith d
with drunkenness and he cannot cannotunderstand cannotnderstand coon coonunderstand of
understand why anyone should shoulduesire shouldesire shoalesfre d
uesire esire that he should refrain from fromcaking fromking fro froking m
caking king his glass oi red or whit whitwine white whitewine wbitewine e
wine As a matter of fact good goodwine goo goowine ood oodwine d
wine has been the salvation of the theFrenchman theFrenchman th thFrenchman
Frenchman from a temperancpoint temperance temperancepoint temperancepoint e
point of view It is the replace replacement replacemcnt raptormeat ¬
meat of wine by spirits that is do doing doing d ding ° ¬
ing the mischief in France Francemay It Itmay Itmay
may be taken as a general truth truththat truththat trot trotthat h
that wine winedrinking drinking countries are aretemperate arete ar artemperate e
temperate te perate and spirit spiritdrinking spiritdrinkingcountries spiritdrfn drlnKin drlnKinCOUntrlts ing ingcountries g
countries are no not In France FranceJtaly Francetaly Francloft e
Jtaly loft Spainand Spain and the Mediterraneacountries Mediterranean Mediterraneancountries Mediterraneancountries n
countries drunkenness until quit quitrecently quite quiterecently quiterecently e
recently was hardly known La LaLigue LaLigue L LLigue a
Ligue is wise enough to rccogniz rccognizthis recognize recognizethis recognizethis e
this fact and andis is waging its war not notso notso n nso of
so much against beer and wine wineagainst wine as asagainst 81against
against absinthe and spirits spiritsThat spiritsThat spiritsr spiritsTUat
r
That farter Trouble TroubleWhen TrouhleWhen TrouhlaWhen
When the McKinley bill was waspassed waspassed w wpassed as
passed thousands of men and andwomen andwomen an anwomen d
women in Europe lost their work workin worki61 war waris k
in consequence No name w wmore was wasmore wasmore as
more execrated and at the same sametime sametime sa satime me
time so well known as that of Mc McKinley McKinley M MKialey ¬
Kinley He has been the cause causemuch of ofmuch ofmuch ° f
much misery to the people peo peopleEurope le of ofEurope ofEurope
Europe EuropeThat EuropeThat EuropeThat
That it has not turned out outblessing a ablessing ablessing
blessing to this countryeverybod countryeverybodknows country everybody everybodyknows everybodyknows Y
knows In spite of the high tariff tariffrates tarif1rates foci focirates fl
rates hundreds oi thousands thousandsAmerican oi oiAmerican 01American
American laborers are without withoutemployment withoutemployment witho withoi ut
i P cm employment P Pdieted loyment That so much pre predieted predicted pr
dieted prosperity has not come comeNow comeNow comeNow
Now that in European eountri eountrisome countries countriessome countrielsome ee
some farmers agrarians and andothers andothers a aothers rid
others should petition against a ainst such suchAmerican suchAmerican su suAmerican ch
American produce which makes makestheir makcltheir mak maktheir es
their competition an impossibility impossibilityis v
is but natural We Wewith with our high hightariff hightarifl hi hitariff gh
tariff do the same So for or in instance instance I Istance n ¬
stance we produce fruit better and andcheaper andcheaper a acheaper rid
cheaper than they do in in Germany GermanySome GermanySome German GermanSome Y
Some of this U is fruit ruit Is suspect suspected uspectedi ed
i
of carrying parasites dangerous totrees to totrees totrees
trees In California itself they theytaboo theytaboo theytaboo
taboo fruit from lJregonand Oregon and Wash Washingtorfon Washingtorton Washin
ingtorfon in totfbtt that account Now thatGermany that thatGermany thatGermany
Germany has done the same ourpapers our ourpapers ourpapers
papers are filled with very unpleas unpleasant unpl unpleasantand as asant ¬
ant antand and even puerile onslaughts on onher onher onher
her Should we living in n a tariff tariffglass tariffglass tariffglass
glass house throw stones Whyshould Why Whyshould Vhyshould
should not other people do what whatwe whatwe whatwe
we so recklessly do ourselves ourselvesThis ourselvesThi5 ourselvesThis
This brings usagain us again to tothe the ques question question question ¬
tion What constitutes the worlds worldstrade world worldtnde worldstrade
trade Nothing Nothingbutaninterchange Nothingbutaninterchangeof but an interchange interchangeoi
of commodities between the difler different diflerent diflerent ¬
ent countries We refuse through throughour throu throughour h hour
our tariff to buy many thingsfrom things thingsfrom thingsfrom
from foreign countries As a con consequence consequence consequence ¬
sequence they cannot buy oi us to tothe tothe tothe
the same extent as we would like likethem likethem likethem
them to do doWhat doWhnt doWhat
What is the sole remedy for all allthis allthis altthis
this trouble Free trade as far as asit asit asit
it is possible Had I Iad the Democratsbeen Democrats Democratsbeen Democratsbeen
been constantly at the head of our ourGovernment ourGovernment ourGovernment
Government our worlds relations relationswould relationswould relationswould
would be much better and moresatisfactory more moresatislactory moresatislactory
satislactory satisfactoryDrltible satislactoryBrltieli satislactoryDrlllh
Brltieli and German Slotlioila or ofTrade orTrado orTratlo
Trade TratloAn TradeAn TradoAn
An arsenal in Japan says the theB theDIIm theorrdof
B DIIm orrdof rd9f Trade Journalt rnalrequired required a acrane acrane acrane
crane with the lifting machinery oi oia 01a ofa
a certain description not now con coasidered considered considered ¬
sidered as the most serviceable serviceableApplication serviceableApplication serviceableApplication
Application was made to an English Eng English English ¬
lish maker who refused to supplythe supply supplythe supplythe
the outoidate out ot datearticle article AGerman AGermanhouse A German Germanhouse Germ n nhouse
house accepted the order and thus thusobtained thusobtamed thusobtained
obtained an opening which whic it willprobably will willprobably willprobably
probably turn to good advantage advantageAgain advantageAgain advantageAgain
Again the sewing machines of a awell awell awell
well known English maker makerwere were in inpossession inpossession inposaesaion
possession o 01 the field and might mighthave mighthave mighthave
have remained there had the mak makers makeers maktars ¬
ers thought thou ht it worth their while to toItuJsaMhe touar3pt tothan
ItuJsaMhe uar3pt than the fancy of their Japanesecustomers Japanese Japanesecustomers JapanesecUltomers
customers For some reason of oftheir oftheir o otheir f
their or own n the Japanese wished to tohave tohave t thave o
have a machincwith machine with the thearm arm some somewhat somewhat somewhat
what higher than it is s usually usuallymade usuallymade usual Y
made The English makers makersthought makersthoulht s
thought that the change would be bea bea b e
a disadvantage in working the themachine themachine th thmachine e
machine or at any rate that it was wasunnecessary wasun wa waunnecessary s
unnecessary un eceuary Seme German mak makers makers ¬
ers did not mind that they saw sawthat sawthnt sa w
that in consulting the Japanese Japanesepreference J panese paneseprefcrence e
preference there would be an ad advantage advantage advantage ¬
vantage to themselves and now nowthe nowthe no w
the German made sewing machine machineis c
is seen everywhere
A Costly OUIzeii OUIzeiiThe OltlzenThe
The excise census just taken i in inthe inthe n
the village of Piermont RocklandCounty Rockland RocklandCouqty 1
County N Y to determine the theamount theamount th thamount 1e 1r e
amount of tax to be paid by liquor liquordealers liquordealers r
dealers showed that the village villagehas villa e ehas
has a pupulation oi 1201 1201That 1201That
That twelve hundred and firs first firstinhabitant firstinhabitant t
inhabitant is a costly one for forth the theliquor theliquor
liquor dealers since the Raines law lawjumps lawjumps la lajumps w
jumps the tax on 01 oq villages having havingover havingover hhvin g
over 1200 inhabitants from S < 5too 5tooto to 100 100to o
to 200 The liquor dealers have havescanned havescanned hav
scanned very carelully the returns returnshied returnshl s
pled hl d by the enumerator John JohnAurynnsen JohnAurynnsen Joh n
Aurynnsen and profess to have havefound havefound hav c
found several cases in which whichthrough whichthrough whichthrough
through excess of zeal he enumer enumerated enumerated enumeraced ¬
ated as residents those who were wereonly wereonly war waronly °
only stopping temporarily in the thevillage thevillaJe th e
village and when the enumeration enumerationcomes enumerationcomes n
comes before the Trustees for final finalrevision finalrevision 1
revision they will try to have it itscaled itscaled i iscaled t
scaled down below the 1200 mar mark markHow marklow k
How Nor To Do It ItThe ItThe ItThe
The Indianas leaky bdilers b ilers says saysthe sa say saythe s sthe
the Philadtipkia P at llia Ltdtftr Lt t are em emblematic emblfmatic emblematic
blematic of our makeshift policy policywith policywith polic y
with regard to the national defense defenseIt
It is weak in vital places That Thatvessel Thatveuel 1h 1hvessel at
vessel though stanchly built an and andwell andwell d
well armed would have been help helpless helpless het p ¬
less in il battle and endangered in a astorm astorm
storm because she had no steam steampower steampower area areapower m
power Similarly we build shy ships shipsand shipsand ps
pse
and do not train men to handle handlethem bandlethem hand e
them We 1 Ve have a fleet eet and no nodocks flOdocks n ndocks o
docks We build big guns and andprovide andprovide an anprovide d
provide no aulfnunition am 11 unitlon for them themWe themWe the theWe m
We have a plan of coast Berensand defense defenseand defenseand e
and the House committee cuts cutsdown cutsdown cu is
down by bytwothirds twothirds the appropria appropriation appropriation a P pro P Plion ri a ¬
tion necessary to carry carryon on th thwork the thework thework e
work It is a policy that is ex extravagant extravaKant e x
travagant if peace is to continue continueand continueand e
and suicidal if I we are to have war warOr warr warOyrllal wa r
r
Overhead Or rli ad WlreDeatrnetlon Vlra Ire DeMruatlon DeMruatlonIn
In Bostoji 13ostoindurlag oetQD during the great greatstor rent storm stormthe stormthe m
the breaking ot overhead electric electricwires clectr clectrwires iu <
wires burned up more than 1000 1000ooo 1000ceo cooo00o
ooo worth of property In Nc NcEngland New NewEngland NcwEngland w
England the loss 101 from this cause causeexceeded causeexceeded eau eauexceeded se
exceeded 7000000 7000000The ooo ce ceThe
The moral of all this is that ova over overhead overhead r ¬
head wires should go in every everycivilized everycivilized ever y
civilized city and town as they theywent theywent the y
went in New York when Mayor MayorGrant MayorGrant May or
Grant called axes into serviceenforce service to toenforce toenforce tohc
enforce a statutory law which t the thegreedy thetrreedy hc
greedy monopolies had neglected neglectedto d
to obey obeyThere obeyThere obeyTtere
There ought not to be an over overhead overhead ova r ¬
head wire in any city The exist existence existence axle t ¬
ence of telegraph elelr ph poles in any to town townor townor wn
or tilt ity is at once a reflection upon uponthe uponthe up on
the towns civilization clvih t on and a men menace menace me n ¬
ace of its destruction destructionIater deltr ction ctionter
Iater ter IliiHuli IliiHulison nUflyhson
son of Adolph Busch the brewer brewerhas breverhaa r
has gone to seek his fortune in inAlaska inAlaka
Alaska He is accompanied by byC byC
C E Hodde a a coffee broker of ofNew ofNew
New York whose mother lives in inSt inSt
St Louie and whose brother mar married married ma r ¬
ried a neice of the elder Busch BuschThe BuschThe Busc BuscThe h
The two are suppliedWitt supplied aupnUe With wit < plenty plentyofmoney nJ Illen nty tY
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A Warninie VArnln From the thollaouOlKe thollaouOlKeapt Klondike KlondikeCapt JUonQUcelapt
Capt apt Ray U S A who has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been in the Klondike region forsome for forsome forsome
some time making observations for forthe forthe forthe
the Army Department has sent sentout sentout sentout
out a report which ought at least leastto lellstto leastto
to check the rush of the unprepared unpreparedand unpreparedand unpreparedand
and illequipped ill equlapcd to Alaska The Thetrained Thetrained Thetrained
trained observer uses this gravelanguage grave gravelanguage gravelanguage
language in his recommendation recommendationto
to his department departmentTake departmentTake departmentTake
Take steps to effectually check emi emigration enllgrallon emtgratlon ¬
gration to Interior ol Alaska oi aall all per persons perlions persans ¬
sons not hilly supplied to last two years yearsNo yearsNo yearsNo
No placer discoveries havebeen have havebeen havebeen
been made within last eight months monthseither monthseither monthselthsr
either in n Alaska or the Northwest Ter Territory Territory Territory ¬
ritory ritoryThis ritoryThis ritoryThis
This most important report reportad reportadds reportaddsAny adds addsAny s sHAnv
HAnv Any steps which will prevent peo people peopIe peoplc ¬
pIe coming in their ignorance willbe will willbe winbe
be an act of o charity charityThe charityThe charityThe
The extracts quoted were tele telegraphed telegraphed telegraphed ¬
graphed from Seattle by General GeneralMerriam GeneralMerriam GeneralMerriam
Merriam who intercepted Captain CaptainRays CaptainRays CaptainRays
Rays report at that point The Thefull Thefull 1hefull
full report should be given to the thepublic thepublic thepublic
public as soon as it reaches Washington Wash Washington Washington
ington
Theatrical TbcatrlcalThe TheatrloalThe TheatricalThe
The mangement of the Academy of ofMusic oflIu ofMusic
Music lIu lc announces as its attraction for fornext fornext fornext
next week wseka a fine production of SydneyGrundys Sydney SydneyGrundys SydneyGrundys
Grundys Sowing the Wind This Thisplay Thisplay Thisplay
play has scored one of the greatest greatesttriumphs Rreatesltriumphs greatesttriumphs
triumphs of recent years It wasbrought was wasbrought wasbroughl
brought out In London some three threeseasons threesedsons threeseasons
seasons ago and alter a tremendous tremendoussuccessful tremendoussuccessful tremendousSuccessful
successful run there it was brorght to toAmerica 10America toAmerica
America end and ndiepeated iepeated repeated its ts success in inNew InN tnNew
New N w Vtirk Yt > rk Boston Chicago and other otherprincipal otherprincipal otherprincipal
principal cities of this country countr For thebenefit the thebenefit lhebenefit
benefit orthOtle of those not familiar with the plot plotof plotof plotof
of Sowing the Wind it may be b aummeriaed sum summarized summarized ¬
marized thus Several years before the theplay lheplay theplay
play opens Helen Gray a beautiful girl girlhas girlbits girlhas
has met and loved Brabazon a man farabove far farabove farabove
above her in social station and shehas she shehas shehas
has been deserted by him some time timebefore timebefore timebefore
before their Hale girl Rosamond was wasborn wasborn
born The mother and child separated separatedthe
the former to lead an abandoned life lifeand lifeand
and the latter to grow up and be become become become ¬
come a London concert singer While WhileRosamond VhileR08
Rosamond R08 mond was at the height ol her herprofessional htlrprofessional
professional career L she captivated the theheart theheArt theheart
heart of a handsome manly fellow fellownamed fellownamed
named Ned Annesley Imesley who through a amysterious amysterlousCate
mysterious mysterlousCate fate had hndbecome become the adopted adoptedson
son ol Brabazon The latter hearing hearingof
of Neds engagement to the fair singer singerand singerand
and also learning earntng that there was somecloud some somecloud somecloud
cloud on Rosamonds birth forbade the themarriage themamage
marriage Ned stood by the girl lfl and andwa andwa andwet
wa wet thrown overboard by his adopted adoptedfather adoptedfather
father At this point Rosamond has an aninterview aninterview
interview with Drabazon and the famous famousSex famousSex famousSex
Sex against a alnst Sex duel begins 01 Oicourse 01course 01course
course there are other characters and andsufficient am amItufficlentallowance andsutllcient
sufficient Itufficlentallowance allowance of oCcomedy comedy to lighten lightenthe lightenthe lightenthe
the gloom oi o the darker side of the pic pictura picture plccure
cure but the interest centers in the thethree thethree
three characteis named namedVlokti namedVloks
Vloks Garden G4r < < on and Floral Guide GuideThe GllitleThe
The annual catalogue sent out by theold the theold theod
old reliable seed establishment of Tames FamesVicks TamesVlcks
Vicks Sons comes to hand in a l dainty daintyand daintyand daintyand
and tasty cover of f blue pink yellow veil ow andorange and andorange andorange
orange The Golden Lily the Pink PinkDaybreak PinkDaybreak
Daybreak Aster a brace of blue birds birdsand birdsand
and the artistic lettering in black blue bluegreen blulgreen
green crimson and gold all in harmon harmonious harmonIous hermoniaus ¬
ious combinations make a cover ol ex exquisite exqulsite ¬
qulsite design desi n and appearance Many Manyol lfanyof
ol the illustrations are fine halftones halftonesFour half tones tonesFour
Four handsome colored plates of bego begonlas begonlas
nlas dahlias nasturtiums and sweet aweetpeas 2Iweetpea sweetpeas
peas pea add to the attractions The list of ofseeds orseeds ofseeds
seeds and plants covers a large and andvaried andvaried andvaried
varied assortment including nearly nearlyeverything nearlycveorythini nearlyeverything
everything that can be desired for or the thegarden thegarden
garden the lawn the greenhouse greenhouseValuable greenhouseValuable
Valuable new varieties are offered as aswell aswell
well as the thoroughly tried and proved provedstandard provedstundard
standard sorts Vicks novelties are arenoted arenoted
noted for their uniform excellence excellenceIn
In vegetables the theGraduspea Gradus pea Is a agreat agreatadvance agreatadvance great greatadvance
advance over all other extra earlyvarieties early earlyvarieties earlyvarieties
varieties The Jones wax bean is an anessential aneuentlal anessential
essential gain in that line Potato grow growers Jrowera ¬
ers are ofkred the White Beauty asa as asa asa
a new variety with model qualities qualitiescombining qualitiescJmblnlng
combining sUe high quality and great greatproductiveness 2reatproductivenfs greatproductiveness
productiveness But it is impossible impossiblehere impoSfJiblehtre
here to note the many valuable offerings offeringsin
in fruits flowers and vegetables II you youare youare
are not a customer of this flrm send for fortheir fortheir
their catalogue It t is free to all appli applicants RJlpllcantl ¬
cants Address Addre s James Vicks Sons SonsRochester SonsRochester
Rochester N Y YAPPROACHING YArpxoAcUlNC
APPROACHING CENTENNIAL CII TJlNNIAL CELE CELEBRATIONS CELIIBRATIONsQuitea CRLSeaATiaNSQuftea ¬
BRATIONS BRATIONsQuitea Quitea number numberofimportant numberofimportantcenlenaries of important importantcentenaries
centenaries will be celebrated this year yearThe yearThe
The first of these is that ol AUKuste AugusteComte AUKusteComteUthe
Comte ComteUthe the High HI h Preset of Humanity Humanityand Humanityand
and Pope of the New Religion Rellgionwbo Rellgionwbowas who whowas
was born atMontpeliieron at MonlplSl11er on Jan 19 rg1798 rg1798On 1798 1798On 17gBOn
On May 23 Florence will commemorate commemoratethe
the fourth centenary oi the fiery martyr martyrdom martyrdom ¬
dom ol Savonarola which occurred in inthat inthat
that city in 1498 At Basle in Switzer Switzerland Swl1zerland ¬
land preparations prepara tlons are ore beinG beln made to tocommemorate tocommemorale t 0
commemorate the Booth birthday oi oiHans ofHans o oHens 0t t
Hans Holbein The Portuguese also alsowill dlsowill ale aleWf11 o
will celebrate in May with magnificent magnificentfete magnificentfetes magnlficenfetes t
fete fetes the fourth centenary of ofYasco Vasco da daGamas daGamss d dGames a
Games discovery of the Cape route to toIndia toIndia t a
India which occurred in 1498 exact exactly exactlyfix eJCactlvIJC v
fix IJC years alter the discovery of the New NewWorld NewWorld Ne NeWorld w
World On June 29 there will be featly festivities feitl feitlitles ¬
ities in Anconain Ancona in honor of Leopardl Leopardlone
one oi the very greatest poets Italy hag hagproduced hssproduced he heproduced s
produced who was born there in 1798and 179 179and 1798 1798and
and on Aug 21 2 the centenary or ofjul Jules JulesMichelet Jul BB e eMichelet
Michelet the historian will wiJ be cele celebrated celebrated ¬
brated by the Municipal Council ol Parl Paris Pariswith Pariswuhapproprtate
with wuhapproprtate wtthapproprlatemeetingsandbanquets appropriate meetingsaod banquets banquetsLondon banqu8t5LtHltltHl
London Chrontele ChronteleTUB CcnlteTmc
TUB FATHER OF GRAHAM BREAD READIt READItwould It Itwould I t
would be Interesting to trace the cis cisand rite riteand rileand e
and fall of a lad ad In 1832 Sylvester SylvesterGiahum SyJvesterGlaham SylvesteGraham r
Graham a Yankee preacher of th the thePresbyterian thePreabvterian e
Presbyterian faith decided that the thesurest thesurest th e
surest way to cure the people of Intern intemperance Inhlmperance ¬
perance In n drinking was to cure them themof themof the theof m
of the flesh esb eating habit He went up upand lipand u p
and down preaching vegetarianism and andbecame andbecame an d
became the leader of a great tallowing tallowingHe lollowlngHe lollowingHe
He not only condemned liquors but buttea butlea bu butee t
tea coffee butter and salt and wrote wrotebook e ebook Iibook
book to prove that the only bread fit fitto fitto fl flto t
to eat was made of unbolted flour Thfa Thfareunited Thillre s
reunited re ulled in the Graham flour brand brandcalled brandcalled
called to this day in h his s honor Gra Graham Graham Gr Grham a ¬
ham boarding houses were wereeeteblfehe established establishedeverywhere nt bUsbed bUsbedeverywhere d
everywhere at which these doctrin doctrines doctrineswere doctrineswere
were practised Horace Greeley found foundhis foundhis faun
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Sol Smith Russell whose career is at atonce atonce atonce
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opposed to the institution Constant Constantendeavor Constantendeavor Conatanendeavor t
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