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lfE SENTINEL SENTINELWASHINGTON NTINEL NTINELWASH1NGTON
WASHINGTON D C APR 2 1898 1898SPAIN 1893SPAIN 189SSPAIN
SPAIN will very ungraciously ungraciouslypermit un ungraciouslypermit racious1y racious1ypermit
permit us to feed the Cuban non noncombatants noncombatants noncombatants
combatants whom she has been beenstarving beenstarving beenstarving
starving to death But what about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the blowing up of our ship and the themurder themurder themurder
murder of 01266 266 oi our sailors Have Havewe Havewe Havewe
we no demands to make on that thatscore thatcore thatscore
score scoreIN scoreIN core
4 4IN
IN HIS message the President Presidentspeaks Presidentsoeaks Presidentsneaks
speaks with confidence of lithe lithetriendly the thetricndly thetriendly
triendly relations of the two Gov Governments Governments Governments ¬
ernments meaning Spain and the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States tates What do our Gov Governmentc Government1 Governmentc
ernmentc extraordinary prepara preparations preparations preparations ¬
tions for war signify signifvAVnsIt si signifyWaMIttho nilv nilvVas
AVnsIt WaMIttho Vas It the Cub CubHad CubHad CubHad
Had the Maine been destroyed destroyedby destroyedby destroyedby
by a floating torpedo the crime crimemight crimemight crimemight
might have been anybodys work workIn workIn workIn
In that case it would have been Spains Spainsduty SpainsdutY3s Spainsdutyis
duty dutY3s as the Ambassador > r of a great greatEuropean greatEuropean greatEuropean
European power has pointed out ouito ouitohold outtohold to tohold
hold the harbormaster harbor master responsible to todiscover todiscover todiscover
discover the miscreant and to hang him himBut himBut himBut
But this was not the work of ofa a torpedo torpedoIt
It was blown up by a submarine submarinemine submarinemine submarnemine
mine So much is conclusively proved provedbythe provedby provedbythe
bythe by the physical evidence and is certified certifiedby certifiedby certifiedby
by the expert Board oflnquiry oflnquiryIn of Inquiry InquiryIn InquiryIn
In other words the Maine was wasdeliberately wasdeliberately wasdeliberately
deliberately destroyed by means meanscarefully meanscarefully meanscarefully
carefully prepared in advance advancewhich advancewhich advancewhich
which means were absolutely absolutelyunder absolutelyunder absolutelyunder
under the control of the Spanish Spanishauthorities Spanishauthorities Spanishauthorities
authorities authoritiesSpains authoritiesSpains authoritiesSpains
Spains responsibility is com complete comp1ete cornplete ¬
plete Yet as the ambassador ambas ador has hassaid hassaWSp hassai1i5p
said saWSp USpain in has stood mute and andlike andike andiike
like iike ike a wolf takes the consequences consequencesof consequencesofthe
of ofthe the villainy of ofher her cub cubBut cuuBut cubBut
But was it the cub cubThe cubThe cubTue
The End of ot British rltlsh Bimetallism Dhlletalllsl1JAstbe BhiiiotalllsmF BimetallismAs
As Astbe the outcome of a debate in inParliament inParliament inParliament
F
Parliament on Tuesday night the theGovernmcntthrough theGovernmentthrou theGovcrnmentthrough
Governmcntthrough Governmentthrou h LordGeoree LordGeoreeHamilton Lord George GeorfIeHamilton GeorgeHamilton
Hamilton Secretary of State for forIndia forlpdia forIjdia
India formally announced that it itwould itwould itwould
would make no further efforts to tosecure toscure toscure
scure an international bimetallic bimetallicagreement bimetallicagreement bimetallicagreement
agreement and consented to the theappointment theappointment theappointment
appointment of a commission to todevise todevise todevise
devise a method for introducing introducingthe
the gold standard in India This Thisends Thisends Thisends
ends not only the struggle for bi bimetallism bimetallism bimetallisni ¬
metallism for Great Britain but butalso buta1so butalso
also that for the reopening to tosilver tosilver tosilver
silver the India mints and it estab establishes establishes establishes ¬
lishes firmly the supremacy oi the thesingle thesing1e thesingle
single gold standard throughout throughoutthe
the British Empire EmpireThis Empirelhis EmpireIhis
This action of oftheBritish the British Govern Government Government Government ¬
ment is the more significant be because because because ¬
cause two of its prominent mem members members members ¬
bers the Hon Arthur J Balfour Balfournephew Ba1fournephew Balfournephew
nephew of Lord Salisbury and andhis andhis andhis
his possible successor in the Pre Premiership Premiershipand Prerniershipand ¬
miership miershipand and the Hon Henry HenryChaplin HenryChaphn HenryChaplin
Chaplin President of the Local LocalGovernment LocalGovernment LocalGovernment
Government Board are ardent ardentbimetallistsand ardentbimetallistsand ardentbimetallistsand
bimetallistsand have labored earn earnestly earnestly earnestly ¬
estly and unceasinging unceasin ing for or the res restoration restoration restoration ¬
toration ot silver to its former posi position position position ¬
tion as a money metal metalA metalttTiineiy
e
A ttTiineiy Timely Warning nrninJ to toSiaIn toSiaInIn Spain SpainIn SpnlnIn
In striking strikin contrast to the born bombast b bornbast m mbast ¬
bast and bluster of the average averageSpanish averagespanish averagepanish
Spanish panish editor in dealing dcali ng with the thequestion thequestion thequestion
question of war with the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States is the calm and dispassion dispassionate ispassionate ¬
ate forecast of such a war in La LaEpocat LaE LaEpoca
Epocat E oca of Madrid by Senor Alas Alasdescribed Alasdescribed Alasdescribed
described as the first of Spanish Spanishmilitary Spanishmilitary Spanishmilitary
military writers writersSenor writersSenor writersSenor
Senor Alas dismisses as vision visionary visiontry visionary ¬
ary the suggestion of ofa a Spanish in invasion invasion invasion ¬
vasion of the United States or a aUnited aUnited aUnited
United States invasion in vasion of Spain SpainInstead SpainInstead SpainInstead
Instead ot that he says the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States will blockade Cuba furnish furnishthe furnishthe furnishthe
the insurgents with arms and am ammunition ammunition ammunition
munition andstarve and starve out the Span Spanish Spanish Spanish ¬
ish army which lives on imported importediood importedfood importedfood
food The Spanish navy will try tryto tryto tryto
to break the blockade in order to toprovision toprovision toprovision
provision the army and get coal coalfor coalor coalfor
for or itself If Spain is defeated defeatedquickly defeatedquickly defeatedquickly
quickly it will lose Cuba proba probably probably probably ¬
bly Porto Rico also and will have havea
a stronger revolt in the Philippines Philippinesand Philippinesand Philippinesand
and serious trouble at home homeIn homeIn homeIn
In any event sooner sooneror or later the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States will get the advan advantage advantage advantage ¬
tage He tells his country countrymen men that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the nation that from 1861 to 1865 1865put IS6Sput i86 i86put
put in arms more than 2000000 2000000soldiers 2OOOCOOsoldiers aooecoosoldiers
soldiers raised power poweriul ul fleets fleetsspent fleetsspent fleetsspent
spent 4000000000 and lost lostnearly lostnearly lostnearly
nearly the same amount will make makesuch makesuch makesuch
such efTortc that in spite spiteofall of all my myrespect myrespect myrespect
respect for Spanish patriotism I Icannot Icannot Icannot
cannot believe that Spain will be beable beable beable
able to stand against it itThe itThe itThe
The article of Senor Alas would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be a potent argument in lavor of ofpeace
peace if lithe the ignorant Spanish peo people people peoplc ¬
ple were open to argument or to toenlightenment toenlightenment toenlightenment
enlightenment in a matter where wheretheir wheretheir wheretheir
their preposterous pride and andridiculous andridiculous andridiculous
ridiculous vanity are involved involvedWhat involvedbat
4 4What
What bat Honor Dictates DictatesIt IJlofatoIt IIotgitoIt
It is now fortysix days since the theMaine theMaine theMaine
Maine was treacherously blown up upand upand upand
and 266 01 her brave seamen mur murdered murdered niurdered ¬
dered in their sleep And A nd yet no nodemand nodemand nodemand
demand has been made upon Spain Spainor
or upon the authorities at Havana Havanafor Havanafor Havanafor
for the discovery and punishment punishmentof
of the miscreants who did the deed deedor deedor deedor
or for apology for the unparalleled unparalleledinsult unparalleltdinsult unparalleItdinsult
insult and reparation for the crim criminal crimmal crimanal ¬
mal wrong Neither N either has Spains Spainssense Spainssease Spainssense
sense of justice and honor in inwhich inwhich inwhich
which Mr McKinley trusted dic dictated dictated dictated ¬
tated even an expression of rsgrct
from that Government Senor SenorSagasta SenorSagasta SenorSagasta
Sagasta even makes the astonish astonishing astonishing astonishing ¬
ing statement that the question of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the loss of the Maine was not nottouched nottouched nottouched
touched upon in the conlerence conlerencewith conlerenewith conterenewith
with Minister Woodford WoodfordTardy W WoodfordTardy oodlord oodlordTardv
Tardy though the action will willlow willlOW willlOW
low be our national honor dic dicsates dicates dicates
ates that this demand be made madeipon madeIpon madezpon
ipon Spain without further delay delayThe delayrhe delayLhe
The Maine report accepted as cor cori
i ect and final by our Executive Executivej
j nd Congress and by our people peoplebrings peopleIrings peopleirings
Irings this issue to the front It Itis Itis Its
is s not merely a lamentable inci incident incident mcient ¬
dent ent It is the chiel count in the therase theI thease
I rase ase against Spain It is in itself itselfcause itselfa
1 cause of war if not atoned for lorA torA forA
A nation that will consent to tonave tonve toawe
nave its ships blown up by sub submarine submarine submarine ¬
marine mines without demanding demandineand demandinttand demandingand
and enforcing instant reparation reparationhas reparationhas reparationhas
has no business with a navy It Itshould Itshould Itshould
should confine itself to grow growing growin growing
ing in crops building railroads railroadsgambling railroadsgambling railroadsgambling
gambling in stocks and running runningSunday runnin runninSunday runningSunday
Sunday schools schoolsRegardless schoolsRe schoolsRegardless
Regardless Re ardless of the question of ofCuban 01Cuban ofCuban
Cuban independence unless it be bethe bethe bethe
the crowning reason for interfer interference interference interference ¬
ence the destruction of the Maine Maineby Maineby Maineby
by foul play should be made the theoccasion theoccasion theoccasion
occasion of ordering our fleet to toHavana toHavana toHavana
Havana and demanding proper properamends properamends properamends
amends within wthin fortyeight hours hoursunder hoursunder hoursunder
under a threat of bombardment bombardmentIf bombardmentIfSDain bombardmentIfSpain
If IfSDain Spain will not punish her mis miscreants miscreants miscreants ¬
creants we must punish Spain SpainThis SpainThis SpainThis
This is what any other great reat nation nationwould nationwould nationwould
would have done weeks we ks ago It is the thedictate thedictate thedictate
dictate ol honor and audjustice justice And every everyhonr everyhoar everyhoar
hoar that it is delayed adds to the dis disgrace disgrace disgrace ¬
grace and the humiliation of the United UnitedMates Unitedtates UnitedStates
Mates tates
Prohibition I II1Alask II1AlaskThe IaAinskaThe n Alaska AlaskaThe
The bill making further provi provNsion provisian provision
sion for a civil government for forAlaska forAlaska forAkska
Alaska was taken up in the Senate Senatelast Senatelast Senatelast
last Wednesday The pending pendingamendment pendingamendment pendingamendment
amendment when the bill was last lastunder lastunder lastunder
under consideration was one oneoffered oneof1ered oneouiered
offered by Mr Perkins Rep RepCal RepCal RepCal
Cal requiring the payment of ofhigh ofhigh ofhigh
high licenses in Alaska and an anamendment anamendment anamendment
amendment to it offered by Mr MrHansbrough MrHansbrough MrHansbrough
Hansbrough prohibiting the man manufacture manufacture manufacture ¬
ufacture or sale of liquors there thereMr thereMr thereMr
Mr Hansbrough said that a high highlicense highlicense highlicense
license provision was simply a cer certificate ceratificate certificate ¬
tificate of partnership between the theGovernment theGovernment I
Government and the saloon keep keepers keepers keepers ¬
ers and that the people did not de desire desire dcsire ¬
sire the Government to engage in insuch insuch insuch
such an enterprise enterpriseMr
Mr Carter Rep Mont in incharge incharge incharge
charge of the bill favored the theamendment theamendment theamendment
amendment although he said the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee had not formally acted actedupon actedupon actedupon
upon it In spite of the law pro prohibiting prohibiting prohibiting ¬
hibiting the sale of liquors in inAlaska inAlaska inAlasia
Alaska the liquor traffic was now nowand nowand nowand
and had been continually in oper operation operation operation ¬
ation The question was not one oneof oneof oneof
of a sentimental character but of ofa ofapractical a apractical apractical
practical character Twenty years yearsof yearsof yearsof
of experience had demonstrated demonstratedthe
the total inability of the Govern Government Government Government ¬
ment to enforce the prohibitory prohibitorylaw
law in Alaska The nature of the theclimate thecli thecli
climate cli mate and the character ot the en enterprises enterprises enterprises ¬
terprises prosecuted there seemed seemedto
to prohibit a fair trial there of the theprohibition theprohibition theprohibition
prohibition scheme schemeMr schemeMr schemeMr
Mr Perkins argued that the theamendment theamendmentwhich theamendment
amendment amendmentwhich which be had offered offeredwas offeredwas offeredwas
was in the interest ot temperance temperancegood temperancegood temperancegood
good morals good citizenship and andgood andgood andgood
good government The prohibi prohibitory probibitory prohibitory ¬
tory law could not be enforced in inAlaska inAlaska inAlaska
Alaska without the presence of an anarmy anarmy anarmy
army If the Government wanted wantedto
to commence the reform advocated advocatedby advocatedby advocatedby
by the Senator from North Dakota Dakotathis Dakotathis Dakotathis
this Capital City was the place for forit forit forit
it The Government not only sold soldinternal soldinternal soldinternal
internal revenue licenses in Wash Washington Washington Washington ¬
ington but it took half of the themoney themoney themoney
money which the saloon men paid paidto paidto paidto
to the city for their licenses licensesMrGallinger licensesMr licensesMr
MrGallinger Mr Gallinger RepN H ques questioned questioned questioned ¬
tioned the latter statement but butMr butMr butMr
Mr Perkins Perkinsjustified justified it by showing showingthat showingthat showingthat
that onehalf onehalfofthe of the revenue of the theDistrict theDistrict theDistrict
District went to pay its expendi expenditures expenditures expenditures ¬
tures turesMr turesMr turesMr
Mr Perkins sent to the clerk clerkand clerkand clerkand
and had read a report from the theGovernor theuovernor theovernor
Governor overnor of ofAlaska Alaska showing the theunpopularity theunpopu1aity theunpopularity
unpopularity oi enforcing enforcin the pro prohibition prohibltion prohibition ¬
hibition law and how its effect was wasonly wasonly wasonly
only demoralizing demoralizin He recom recommended recommended recommended ¬
mended its repeal and the substi substitution substitution substitution ¬
tution of a high license law Mr MrPerkins MrPerkins MrPerkins
Perkins wound up his argument argumentby ar argumentby ument umentby
by saying sa1in that as the Government Governmenthad Governmenthad Governmenthad
had made an ignominious failure failurein failurein failurein
in the attempt to prohibit the sale saleof saleof saleofliquor
of ofliquor liquor in Alaska it was the part partol partof
ol wisdom to see if by a high highlicense highlicense highlicense
license law the traffic could not be becontrolled becontrol1 becontrolled
controlled controlledMr control1 controlledMr d dMr
Mr Gallinger in the interest of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th e advocates of prohibition prohibitionargued prohibi prohibitionargued tion tionargued
argued against Mr Perkinss Perkinssamendment Perkinssamendment Perkinssamendment
amendment He gave ave notice that thathe thathe thathe
he would move to recommit the thebill thebill thebill
bill for the purpose of giving glvin the thechurches thechurches thechurches
churches the Sabbath schools and andthe andthe andthe
the good people generally an op opportunity opportunity opportunity ¬
portunity to be heard through throughtheir throughtheir throughtheir
their representatives and to pre present preent present ¬
sent ent to the committee their side of ofthe otthe ofthe
the controversy and show why whythe whythe whythe
the amendment should not be in incorporated incorporated incorporated ¬
corporated into law lawMr lawMr lawMr
Mr Wilson Rep Wash ad advocated advocated advocated
vocated Mr Perkinss amendment amendmentdeclaring amendmentdeclaring amendmentdeclaring
declaring at the same time that he hehad hehad hehad
had never tasted any intoxicating intoxicatingliquors intoxicatingliquors intoxicatingI
liquors liquorsMr liquorsMr I iquorsMr
Mr Gallinger then made the themotion themotion themotion
motion to recommit the bill billwhereupon billwhereupon billwhereupon
whereupon Mr Perkins withdrew withdrewhis withdr withdrewhis w whIs
his amendment The bill was then thenpassed thenpassed thenpassed
passed and the Senate after a ashort ashortexecutivesession I Ishort
short shortexecutivesession executive session adjourned adj ourned I
No Imbecility ImbecilitySpain JmbeolUttSpain ImbecilitySpain
Spain refuses to accept any of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the propositions ot Mr McKinley McKinleyThe McKin1eyThe McKinleyThe
The Dons laugh at him and call callthe callthe callthe
the people of the United States Statescowards Statescowards Statescowards
cowards War will therefore be beforced beforced beforced
forced upon us in spite of McKin McKinleys McKinleys McKinleys
leys delays and hones hooesThere hODesThere honesThere
There ought to be at the Florida Floridacoast Floridacoast Floridacoast
coast an army of ofat at least 50000 50000men 50000men oooo oooomen
men to be transferred to Cuba CubaThe CubaThe CubaThe
The Administration says the the7f theTtmes the7wes
7f Ttmes > must be very confident that thatSpain that5pain thatSpain
Spain uill ill surrender or that Rus Russia Russia Russia ¬
sia and France will intervene be before before before ¬
fore anything can be done on Cap Capitol Capitol Capitol ¬
itol Hill Otherwise we are at a aloss aloss aloss
loss to understand why a squadron squadronis
is not sent out to capture or sink sinkthat sinkthat sinkthat
that torpedo boat flotilla which is issteadily issteadily issteadily
steadily steaming toward our ourshores ourshores ourshores
shores That H is dangerous to tolet tolet tolet
let it come is notorious among our ournaval ournaval ournaval
naval authorities Only the other othernight othernight othernight
night it was va demonstrated in some somepractice somepractice somepractice
practice evolutions at Key West Westthat Westthat Westthat
that torpedo boats could get with within withI within ¬
I in striking distance of our battle battleships battleships battleships ¬
ships without the certainty oi de detection detection detection ¬
tection It happened to the Iowa Iowaand Iowaand Iowaand
and the Indiana while they were wereon wereon wereon
on the lookout for such an attack attackand attackand attackand
and were using all their eyes eye and andsearchlights andsearchlights andsearchlights
searchlights to prevent it
The Administration may mayas as well wellmake wellmake wellmake
make up its mind that it is taking takingan
an enormous risk of being blown blownup blownup blownup
up by that torpedo flotilla in ad addition addition addition ¬
dition to any care it may have for forthe forthe forthe
the integrity of our navy It would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be an unhappy day for the tearful tearfulPresident tearfulPresident tealulPresident
President it dove like ike peac were weresuddenly werer weresuddenlyto weresuddenlyo
r
suddenly suddenlyto to Be e ruptured by a aSpanish as apanii
Spanish s panii aJ1is torpedo attack upon Pen Fensacola Pensacola Pensacola
sacola or some other port equally equallyopen equallyopen equallyopen
open to assault Such an event eventmight eventmight eventmight
might even ven stagger stagg r Mr McKin McKinleys McKinleys McKinIcys
leys confidence in the efficacy of ofprayer ofprayer ofprayer
prayer or in the power of Wall WallStreet Wa1lStreet WallStreet
Street to secure peace at any anyprice anyprice anyprice
price priceThe priceThe priceThe
The easy way out of the thedilemma thedilemma thedilemma
dilemma is to send a flying squad squadron suad suadron squadTon ¬
ron under Commodore Schley at atonce atonce atonce
once to intercept the fleet of des destroyers destroyers destroyers ¬
troyers which Spain is hurling at atus atus atus
us If Ifthis this is not done the Amer American American American ¬
ican people will want to know knowwhy knowwhy knowwhy
why They will begin be in to ask askwhether askwhether askwhether
whether alter all the boats are not notcoming notcoming notcoming
coming by agreement a reement to police policethe policethe policethe
the coasts oi Cuba while the Mc McCook McCook McCook
Cook armistice is in force so that thatno thatno thatno
no supplies can reach the patriots patriotsIt
It may be that American senti sentiment sentiment ¬
ment might hamper the Adminis Administration Administration Administration ¬
tration in an attempt to coerce the theRepublic theRepublic theRepublic
Republic of Cuba into buying its itsindependence itsindependence itsindependence
independence of the McCook McCookHanna McCookHanna McCookHanna
Hanna syndicate In such a case casea
a numerous Spanish mosquito mosquitofleet mosquitofleet mosquitofleet
fleet strung all around the island islandwould islandwould islandwould
would have a remarkably pacify pacifying pacifyin pacifying ¬
ing in effect and might mi ht result even evenin evenin evenin
in starving the Cuban army ino inoacceptance inoacceptance inoacceptance
acceptance of of4autonomy autonomy and the theSpanishCuban theSpanishCuban theSpanishCuban
SpanishCuban debt debtWill debtw debtWill debtwill
w
Will the Maine Now NowDeAbaneloneO NowDeAbaneloneONeu Bo Abandoned AbandonedASra
New York Yor Sun SunIt SUfiIt SwIt
It leaks as asH it the thecareerofthe career careerofthe of the Maine Malneas Malneasa as asa
a battleship borne on our naval list and andprotected andprotected andprotected
protected by our flag had nearly come cometo cometo cometo
to a close The Court of Inquiry does doesnot doesnot doesnot
not indeed make any an report as to towhether towhPther towhether
whether the ship can be raised that thatbeing thatbeing thatbeing
being beyond its province but it speaks speaksfour speakslour speaksfour
four times ol the disaster to the Maine Maineas
as its destruction while its descrip description decrlptlon description ¬
tion of ortbe the creaking of ofthe the keel asunder asunderand asunderand asunderand
and the forcing of olportionsotihe portions of ollbe the bottom bottomot
ot the ship above water only confirms confirmspublicimpressions confirmspublicimpresslol1s confirmspublicimpresslonsasto
publicimpressions publicimpresslonsasto as to the hopelessness hopelessnessof hopelessnessofthe
of ofthe the wreck The very photignphs photignphsof phottgn phs
of the vessel as she now lies Ilesjustify justify the thenotion thenotion thenotion
notion that it will never be raised It Itis ItIs l lis
is generally understood that this view is isheld Isheld Isheld
held by Capt Sigsbee and has been beenconveyed beenconveyed beenconveyed
conveyed by him to the Navy Depart Department Department Department
ment However naval proceedings are aremethodical aremethodical aremethodical
methodical and in due form and the thereport thereport thereport
report of ofthe the Board of Survey on the theMaine theMaine theMaine
Maine which will soon be rendered renderedwill renderedwill renderedwill
will be awaited before bel ore settling her fate fateIt fateIt fateIt
It is said that we have already got cotmost gotmost gotmost
most of the contents ol the Maine that thatcan thatcan thatcan
can be saved or would pay for the cost costol costof
ol recovery and that the battery in including includlng including ¬
cluding the 6 inch guns and the second secondary secondary secondary ¬
ary pieces has been saved with the thevery thevery thevery
very important I mportan t exception of ofthe the four 10 10inch 10Inch roinch
inch guns uns The pair in the starboard starboardturret starboardturret starboardturret
turret probably never can be pot v t up upbecause upbecause upbecause
because the turret cannot be moved movedSpain movedSpain movedSpain
Spain objected to letting Captain Sigs Sigsbee Sigsbee Sigsbee ¬
bee facilitate th the recovery of material materialby materialby materialby
by blowing away obstructions with withdynamite withdynamIte withdynamite
dynamite apparently on the ground groundol
01 possible injury to the surroundings surroundingsand
and perhaps also because she had plans plansof plansoCher plansofher
of oCher her own But it is said that we have at atleast atleast atleast
least secured the breech blocks of the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two after guns uns so that probably little littlethat littlethat littlethat
that is important will be left to the theDons theDons theDons
Dons DonsOf DonsOC Donsof
Of course Spain would sooner or later laterget late lateget laterget
get rid of ofthe the Maine as a dangerous har harbor harbor barbor ¬
bor obstruction if once abandoned abandonedPerhaps abandonedPerhaps abandonedPerhaps
Perhaps she would seize the occasion occasionfirst occasionftrst occasionfirst
first to make investigations and she shemight shemhht shemight
might herself herseifemploy employ dynamite for that thatpurpose thatpurpose thatpurpose
purpose or for helping to break up the thewreck thewreck thewreck
wreck At all events the ship will willprobably willprobably willprobably
probably not much longer be ours but butwe butwe butwe
we shall have a new and nd greater battle battleship battleship battleship ¬
ship to bear its honored name nameA Dampa DampA nameA
a
A comparatively small number of ofhandkerchiefs ofhandkerchiefs ofhandkerchiefs
handkerchiefs are manufactured in this thiscountry thiscountry thiscountry
country and those that are made here hereare hereare hereare
are most likely lIkelyofthecottonandlnterior lIkelyofthecottonandlnteriorsilk of the cotton and inferior inferiorsilk InterIorsilk
silk variety The finest silk goods are arcll1ported areiiiported
1 sported 1 principally from Japan which whichcountry whichcountry whichcountry
country sends us annually between
17000000 and 18000000 Japanese pon pongees pongees pongees ¬
gees The best cambric article comes comesfrom comesfrom comesfrom
from France and Belgium and linen linenhandkerchiefs Unenhankerchlefs linenhandkerchiefs
handkerchiefs come from the North of ofIreland ofIreland
Ireland and also alsoirom from St Galls Switzer Switzerland Switrerland ¬
land Japanese silk handkerchiefs are areworth areworth areworth
worth from 13 3 to 140 40 a dozen while the theimported theImported theImported
imported cambrics from Brussels sell sellfor sellfor sellfor
for from s to 7 per dozen and the cot cotton cotton cotton ¬
ton product manufactured in Pennsyl Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Penasylvanla ¬
vania and New Jersey may be had for or
30 cents per dozen
THEATRIOAIJ THEATRIOAIJA
A romantic melodrama entitled entitledThe enuUtliThe entitt entittThe
liThe The Brand of Cain which whi h has ba re received received received ¬
ceived favorable comment from the thecritics thocritics thecritics
critics of other cities will be produced producedat
at the Grand Opera House week ol olApril 01April ofApril
April 4th It is a story of romance in infour Infour infour
four acts and concerns twin brothers brothersGeorge brothersGeorge brothersGeorge
George Leighton alias John Doe a avagabond avagabond avagabond
vagabond rascal and James Lelghtdn Lelghtdnau Lelgbt n nall nan
au English gentleman Geoge and a acompanion acompanion acompanion
companion Robert Burlelgh go to Spain Spainwhere Spainwhere Spainwhere
where they murder a man and andattempt attempt to tomurder tomurder tomurder
murder Sir William Courtney The Thelatter Thelatter Thelatter
latter loves James Leightons daughter daughterPhyllis daughterPhyllis daughterPhyllis
Phyllis andwhen he asks the fathers fathersconsent fatbersconsent fathersconsent
consent believes he is the man with withwhom withwhom withwhom
whom he had the struggle because of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the close resemblance of the brothers brothersmany brotllermany brothersmany
many complications arise the unjustly unjustlyaccused unjustlyaccused unjustlyaccused
accused brother James Leighton Le ghton is ar arrested arrested arrested ¬
rested becauselof because of Burleighs love lor lorPhyllis lorPhyllis forPhyllis
Phyllis but escapes and accompanied accompaniedby
by his daughter seeks refuge in an old oldPower oldPower oldPower
Power House his enemies discover his hishiding hishl hishiding
hiding hl lng place and arrange toblow to blow it up in inorder Inorder inorder
order to get rid of their victim ictim while whilethey whilethey whilethey
they are making arrangements to put puttheir puttheir puttheir
their scheme into execution Leighton Leightonand Leh Leightonand bton btonand
and his daughter are released by a brave braveyoung braveyoung braveyoung
young Irish girl The explosion takes takesplace takesplace takesplace
place killing both his wicked brother brotherand brotherand brotherand
and his associate The scenery will be beparticularly beparticularly beparticularly
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day life lifethe the sporting English squire squirewith squirewith squirewith
with his hunters and his hounds amid amidthe amidthe amidthe
the paraphernalia of the chase chasethe chasetheruined chasetheruined the theruined
ruined abbey of romance the broad broadsword broadsword broadsword ¬
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the terrible bomb explosion the narrow narrowescape narrowesrape narrowescape
escape from imminent peril and the thesweet thesweet thesweet
sweet concluding chime of wedding weddingbells weddingbells weddingbells
bells the punishment of treachery and andmurder andmurder andmurder
murder All Al these are mounted in the thebest the thebest thebest
best manner by William A Brady and andinterpreted andinterpreted andinterpreted
interpreted by a cast of nearly twenty twentytwo twentytwo twentytwo
two people with Mr Ross ONeal and andMiss andMiss andMiss
Miss Alice Irving at the head of ofthe the or organization organlzatlon organization ¬
ganization ganizationAndrew ganlzatlonAnJrew ganizationAnJrew
AnJrew Mack the delightful singing singingcomedian sllgincomedian singingcomedian
comedian will be the attraction at the theNew theNew tileNew
New National Theatre next Monday Mondayevening Mondayevening Mondayevening
evening April 4th in his remarkably remarkablysuccessful remarkablysuccessful remarkablysuccessful
successful new play of life in Ireland IrelandAn IrelandAn IrelandAn
An Irish Gentleman by y Ramsay RamsayMorris RamsayMorris RamsayMorrls
Morris Both the comedian and the theplay theplay theplay
play have made one of ofthe the genuine hits hitsof hItsorthe hitsofthe
of orthe the present season and besides hav having hAVIng hvlug ¬
ing achieved emphatic triumphs in inmost Inmost inmost
most of ofthe the principal cities Mr Mack Mackhas Mackhas Mackhas
has to his credit in New York alone at atthe atthe atthe
the Fourteenth Street Theatre a run runof runof runof
of seventy five consecutive perform performances performances pertormances ¬
ances He is one of the most welcome welcomeplayers welcomeplayers welcomeplayers
players who visits this city Coming Comingas
as he does on the present occasion occasionequipped occasionequipped occasionequipped
equipped with a new and highly com commended commended cornmended
mended Irish drama his welcome is isbound Isbound isbound
bound to be even heartier than usual usualand usualand usualand
and that he will be enthusiastically enthusiasticallygreeted enthusiasticallygreeted enthusiasticallygreeted
greeted there is no doubt doubtl He H is an anactor anactor anactor
actor of fine stage presence great greatcharm greatcharm greatcharm
charm of ofmauner manner wonderful magnetism magnetismand magnetismand magnetismand
and is full of sincerity and earnestness earnestnessHas earnestnessHas earnestnessHas
Has a keen sense senseef ot Irish wit and humor humorand humorand humorand
and this added to an exquisite power of ofpathos ofpathos ofpathos
pathos enables him to keep an audience audiencealternating audiencealternating audiencealternating
alternating between laughter and tears tearsIn tearsIn tearsIn
In his new play he has a role which fits fitshim fitshIm fitshim
him exactly and enables him to be beseen beseen beseen
seen at his best His new managers managersMessrsRichandHarrishave mao manaiersMessrsRich Pers PersMessrsRich
MessrsRichandHarrishave MessrsRich and Harrishave surrounded surroundedhim surroundedhim surroundedhim
him with witha a thoroughly first class com company compan coinpan ¬
pany pan and have supplied him with a afine afine afine
fine scenic outfit outfitWriters outfitWriters outfitWriters
Writers for the stage in recent years yearswith yearswith yearswith
with the possible exception of the hue hueDion ItlteDlon lateDion
Dion Boucicault have in dealing with withphases withphases withphases
phases of Irish life presented for forthe forthe forthe
the most part either caricatures or orgrossly orgrossly orgrossly
grossly exaggerated pictures of the big bighearted bighearted bighearted
hearted witty and humorous natives of ofthe 01the ofthe
the green isle and in all instances they theyhave theyhave theyhave
have clung tenaciously to productions productionsof
of peasant life false in nearly every everyparticular everyparticular everyparticular
particular with its It < inevitable red coats coatsconstabulary coatsconstabulary coatsconstabulary
constabulary evictions and so on and andmy andIImv andmy
IImv my lord and my lady from the Ithescastle thacastle thecastle
castle thrown in to leaven the whole wholeTheatregoers wholeTheatregoers wholeTheatregoers
Theatregoers will find it a telief I ieliefto to turn turnfrom turnfrom turnfromtbisstyle
from fromtbisstyle this style of drama to An Irish IrishGentleman IrishGentleman IrishGentleman
Gentleman which has been one of the thesuccesses thesuccesses thesuccesses
successes of the present season It Ithas Ithas Ithas
has been enthusiastically received by bythe bythe bythe
the critics wherever wherevergiven given and has been beenpronounced beenpronounced beenpronounced
pronounced by them the most captivat captlvatIng cap captivating ttvat ttvatIng ¬
ing picture ol Irish life since the days ol olBoucicault 01Bouclcault ofBoucicault
Boucicault It has no red coats no noeviction noevlctlonlo noevictions
eviction in fact act none of the old time timeingredients timeingredients timeingredients
ingredients What it has is a heart heartstirring heartstirring heartstirring
stirring love story filled with huthter huthtersmiles lluhtersmiles lnuLhtersmiles
smiles sentiment and tears which is istold istold istold
told on a fine old Irish estate by ladies ladiesand ladlesand ladiesand
and gentlemen of ofthie the type that Charles CharlesLever Chinles ChinlesLever ChariesLever
Lever depicted in his celebrated novels novelsIt novelsIt novelsIt
It issaid to be replete with the genuine genuineIrish JtenulneIrish genuineIrish
Irish nature of the kind that one laughs laughsconvulsively I laughsconvulsively U2hs U2hsconvulsively
convulsively with at one moment and andweeps pndweeps aindweeps
weeps with the next Through it all allruns allruns allruns
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The leading character that ol a ahappygolucky ahappygolucky ahappygolucky
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Dublin college man as played by Mr MrMack MrMack MrMack
Mack is said to be one oi the most mostcaptivating mostcaptivating mostcaptivating
captivating and lovable types seen on onthe onthe onthe
the stage in a long time The comedian comedianwill comedIanwillslng comedianwihIsing
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