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It is not hard to explain the theaction
action ot the War Department in inscattering
scattering its commi commisiOflS sions among amongthe
the Sons 01 Somebodies SomebodiesIt
It IS politics Alfer is again again a acandidate
candidate tor the Presidential Presidentialnomination
nomination Every appointment appoiutmentthat
that he makes is an anchor to towindward
windward windwardPACE
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PACE IN VIEW VIEWaUJ
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Our UOll Joninorzito orUlo Fvi od In n the I he Sm
1110 01 VIEk olk olkSpain
Spain is caving in iii She is w11 w11ing
ing to give ive up Cuba Cuba1 but wants to toretain
retain Porto Rico and the Philip Philippines
pines The lnternl Revenue bill billis
is held back on that accoul1t by bythe bythe
the Democratic Senators They Theyare
are unwilling to give the Admin Administration
istration hundreds of millions millionswhen
when there is no necessit necessity lor lorit brit
it Senator Jones of Arkansas Arkansastte
tte other day made a fine speech spcechon
on this subject part ot which we werepublisl1ed
republished in our last issue issueNo issueNo
No such speech could you hear hearfrom hearbrom
from any Republican Senator SenatorThe SenatorThey
The They all wantthe beer tax doubled doubledSenator doubledSenator
Senator White 01 California an another another
other member of the Finance Com Committee Cornmittce1
mittee mittce1 the other day made madea a sim simi1ar simliar
liar excellent speech in favor orIet orIetting of let letting
ting the present tax stand Ve Vehave V Vhave
have either letter PI personal as assu a asupaccLftonrf1i
su supaccLftonrf1i cr3Jlonnif the Democratic Democraticenators Democraticenators
enators of ofthe the Finance Commit Committee CommitJp
Jp tee that they will d do everything to todeleat tc
defeat this outrageous bill and andafter ant I
after offersome some amendment by which whichthe k
the rich corporations and trusts trustsL trustshall 3
L shall pay at least a little to help helpthe hel helthe
the Government But the Repub Republicans Republicans
licans bitterly oppose taxing the therich th thrich
rich It is issaid said that no move by the thearmy thi thiarmy
army will be made into Cuba be belore betore
lore the Revenue bill is p passed passedThe < issed issedThe
The Administration wants enor enormous
mous amontsof arnontsofmoney money on hand handfor hancfor I
for the next Presidential election electionHanna clect ion ionHanna
Hanna is the master of ceremonies ceremoniesHe ceremoniesHe
He directs Congress and the Ad Administration Administration
ministration ministrationBut ministrationBut
But he does ocs not control the thed th
d Democratic Senatorsl They will willdo wit witdo 1
do what tht they did last yeardeleat yeardeleatthe t tthe
the increase 01 taxation oath ontbepoor C
CIt
poor mans beverage It will willbe wil wilbe It
be remembered that last year the theRepublican th e eRepublican
Republican Senators of the theFinance th e eFinance
Finance Committee unanimously unanimouslyrecommended unanimous y yrecommended
recommended the beer tax in increase ii 1 1crease
crease of 44 cents per barrel barrelKnowln I IKnowing
Knowln Knowing that only Democrats Democratscould s scould
could prevent the passage of this thisamndment th Is Isamendment
amendment we saw our honored honoredfriend d dfriend
friend Senator Gorman and beg begged be1ged
ged him in the interest 01 Democ Democracy Democracy
racy to defeat that Republican at attempt a t ttempt
tempt to increase the beer tax taxHe ta c cHe
He had aLready carefully wa watche ched chedthe d dthe
the movement and a few days after afterwards afte r rwards
wards he called a Democratic Democraticcaucus Ic Iccaucus
caucus made a very fine speech speechagainst speec h hagainst
against overtaxin over taxin the poor man
bevera beverage e and the caucus Hllani HllanimOlsly uirn i imalisi
mOlsly malisi resolved to oppose the in increase ii 5 5crease
crease The question becait
4r thereby a political party issue issueThat issu issuThat C
That was bad for Western Repub Republican RepulUcari
lican Senators such as elson elsonthe eIso n nthe
the Wisconsin and Illinois Sen Sentors a ators
tors and for none more so than f
Hanna who had to go o before the thepeoplt U Upeople IC
people of Ohio for reelection a few fewmonths Ic V Vie
months later The passage of the theamendment U Uamendment ie
amendment would surely have de deleated d e eleated
leated him Had he voted against againsttbe again St Stthe
the beer tax increase the numerous numerousprohibitionists numero is isprohibitionists
prohibitionists in his State would wouldhave woul Id Idhave
have gone one against him on the theother U e eother
other hand had he voted for U
tax increase increasethe the Ohio beer intere
and every friend of personal lib liberty lii b berty
erty and the laboring classes classeswould classe 3 3would
would have buried him Wh
was to be done The Republican RepublicanSenatori Republic Lfl LflSenator
Senator of the Finance Commit Committee it ittee
tee without allowing the amend amendment ameni l lment
ment come to a vote slyly with withdrew witi 1 1drew
drew it and thus the Republican Republicanattempt In Inattrnpt
attempt to increase the beer tax taxlast t x xlast
last year failed failedIf failedIfour
If Ifour our Democratic friends stand standfirm star id idfirm
firm in their opposition to the new newattempt ne w wattempt
attempt 01 the Republicans to in increase ii a acrease
crease the beer eer tax they will suc succeed su C Cceed
ceed once more moreThe moreThe
The next campaign will present presentMcKinley prese nt ntMcKinley
McKinley and his party as the ad advocates a d dvocates
vocates of overtaxing the poor poorman pa ar arman
man and leaving the millionaires millionairesuntouched es esuntouched
untouched of oftaxing taxing consumption consumptionof n nof
of the most necessary articles
the people and letting capital and andproperty ar d dproperty
property go free freeThat freeThat
That alone will be sufficient to tocarry toIi
carry the next Democratic candi candidate canddate Ii
date triumphantly into the White WhiteHouse Whi te teHouse
House
e
Hftllleotfully SulJmlltcl SulJmlltclWhen SubanlitwtWhen
When Mr Hilborn 01 the theHouse U e eHouse
House Committee on Naval Af Affairs A f ffairs
fairs sai said From present indica indications indic a ations
tions I thirk it is going to be a along along
long war he has only exprused exprusedthe express d dthe
the general opinion at Vashington VashingtonTbat n nThat
That the President is firmly 01 this thisopinion th is isopinion
opinion was never clearer than thannow th in innow
now There can be no other mean meaning mea a aing
ing in this additional call caittor lor volun volunteer votu n nteer
teer bringing the volunteer am umy umyup w
wo
up to the enormous total of 200000 200000men 2000 o
men strangely required to enlist enlistfor enli enlifor st
for not less than two yearsl years And Andthe Ar 2d 2dthe
the same meaning is dircct1 directly ex expressed e C Cpressed
pressed in the news pUJlishcd pUJlishcdtr d
tr
L 41
Thursday Th Thne ursday morningthe brand brandnew
new ne w finally and firmly estab establIhed
lIhed ti Thed war policy to fi fight 1t land landbattles
battles ba ttlesin in Cuba aU summer long longlNow
Now no one acquainted with withthe
the th e facts of Mr tr McKinleys post position
tion ti on can fail to give him sincere sincererespect
respect re spect He has gone into this thiswar thisar
war w ar with conscientious scruples scruplesagainst
against ag ainst it He is a civilian unla unlamiliar untailiar
miliar m iliar with military and naval navalmatters
matters m atters He is surrounded bV bVcivilians b
civilians ci vilians all of them originally and andstrenuocsl
strenuocsl st renuovsly apainst war He has hasa
a weak Cabinet of civilians He Hehas
has h as a lawyer at the head of the theNavv
Navv N avy Department a lumber lumberdealer
dealer d ealer at the head o of the War De Department
partment partmentAll p artment
All these adverse elements must mustmake
make m ake it extremely hard for hi hirto to toform
form f orm correct military judgments judgmentsmust I
must m ust add enormously to the bur burden
den d en of his anxieties It is easy to tounderstand
understand u why he has made and andis
is i s making a kind hearted war warIt
It may not be kind hearted but butit
it i t is certlinly necessary to try to totell toell
tell t ell Mr McKinley just what the theeople
p eople are saying about abouthis b is policy policyThere
There is the most striking can cantrat conrast
trat t between his preparations and andhis
his present policy In preparation preparationor
for f or war he and his assistants ad admirably
mirably sustained the traditional traditionalAmerican traditionalAmerican
American character They were wereall wereall
all vigor aU energy In the con conduct
duct of the war there have been beenvacillation
vacillation and lannuor lannuorThe 1anuorThe
The first announced policy was wasthe
the famous gigantic Cuban feeding feedingscheme feed in L Lscheme
scheme This was wasabandouied aban oned r rJdapled re
Jdapled abandoned again and andalter andafter I
alter many halts and changes a apolicy a
policy of peaceful blockade was wassubstitu wa wasubstituted I
substitu substituted ted for it itFamine itFamine
Famine was substituted for feed feeding feeding
ing
Then the land invasion was an announced
nounced It has been reannounced reannouncedfrom reannouncec reannouncecfrom I
from Washington almost every everyday ever
day since April 23 when the first firstcall firs firscall I
call for troops was Issued Each Eachday EacIday
day it is set for to morrow or the theday thiday
day after or next week at the latest latestAgain
Again there was the case of poor poorSchley poo r
Schley tied up in Hampton Roads Roadswith Roadwith S
with steam up for nearly a month monthand
and Washington promising hi hisailing his hissailin S
sailin sailing orders every day dayAgain
Again there was the matter of ofthe o L L Lthe
the Cape Verd fleet It left St StVincent
Vincent on April 29 andeveryone andeveryoneknew e
knew that if ifit it came over it would wouldmake 1
make tar the nearest neutral port portto por porto t
to get coal and news The Clbvi Clbvious
ous duty was to spend the ten or oreleven o r
eleven days which the fleet must mustconsume mm mmconsume it
consume in crossing in first taking takingPorto takin g
ga
Porto Rico and second setting a atrap
trap trapat at Martinique No move was wasmade sva s
made until five day I after Cervera Cerveraleft a
left Then Sampson by stretching stretchinghis stretchin stretchinhis g
his orders bombarded Porto Rico RicoBut
But his orders were so kind kindhearted kin d
hearted that he could not finish finishhis fiats h
his good work And as nothing nothinghad nothin g
had been done to meet the Spanish Spanisharrivals h
arrivals at Martinique and give givethem giv givthem e
them a suitable welcome they theycoaled the y
ye
coaled and began their clever game gameoi gam gamI e
oi ofdodcie dodpe without bein being disturbed disturbedAnd I
And further ever since their arri arrival arr I
val the whole Alerican navy in inthe i in
the West Indies bas been busying busyingitself busyin busyinitself g
itself with them and with nothing nothingelse nothin g gelse
else
Sixty cats great and small giv givIng gi giing p
Ing their undivided attention t tfour I >
four Spanish rats and three Span Spanish Spaiish i
ish mice micelFinally miceFinally
Finally there is the policy to toward t
ward Dewey When Dewey sailed sailedfor salle u I
for Manila it was the theobvious obvious duty dutyof dut y
of the Administration to prepare prepareto prepai prepaito e
to back him up But nothing ab absolutelv at
solutelv nothing was done in this thisdirection th is
direction until May 3seven days daysalter da3 PS
alter DeNey had wiped out the theSpanish U USpanish te
Spanish fleet fleetlAnd fleetAnd
And then what was done Why Whylan Wh ir
irbe
lan languid uid preparations were made madeto mac be
to send a lot of oftroops troops seven thou thousand tho thosand U
sand miles to the Philippine Islands IslandsThat S
Se
That is preparations were ere made madeto mac e
to prolong the war instead of to toshorten I Ishorten
shorten it And this in the lace 01 01the ofthe
the fact that the quickest and only onlyreally on ly lyU
really effective wa way y to help Dewey Deweywas Dewc U
was to take Porto Rico bombard bombardthe d
the fortifications of Havana shell shellthe she l1
the city itself And so strike down downthe do n
the Spaniards that they would in instantly i 1
stantly and ea eagerly er1y sue for peace peaceAll peac C
All these matters show how howfixed ho V
fixed is Mr McKinleys idea that thatthis th at
this war shall be a lon long war But Butall ii Ut
all together are not so significant at
33 a his resolve to change the war warfrom w r
from its natural naval course pure pureand pui puiand re
and simple to a land war warWho warWho
Who relding of these martial martialland mar11 at atland
land preparationsthese musterings musteringsin 9 9in
in all our cities and towns would woulddream woul Id Iddream
dream that we were makin a war warin w r rin
in which there were three perlectly perlectlypalpable erf ccl ly lypalpable
palpable objective pointsa Spa Spaish a aish
ish squadron already hopelessly hopelesslycaptured hopeless V Vcaptured
captured Porto Ricoand Havana HavanaMore a aMou
More and worse a belated land landwar tar id idwar
war undertaken an April but not notin n t tof
in June would mean the waste 01 01thousands
thousands of lives The Spantsh Spantsharmy Spanu Spanuarmy t II
army in Cuba might not give much muchtrouble muc h htrouble
trouble if attacked by an Ameri American 1
can army But ut the Spanish tlrmy tlrmyhas rn rnhas ly 1ly
has Cuban allies It is aided by bythe 1 y
ye
the theinfantry infantry of ofslow slow disease diseaseof 01 the thetropical U Utropical e
tropical camp by the cavalry at attropical oftropical
tropical plagues bv the havy ar artill a r rtill
till ry 01 yellov lever and small smallpox 1 1pox
pox poxWhat
What is the mystery of this han handicapping hai a adicapping
dicapping 01 the navy this second secondcall secor id idcall
call for troops before the first has hasbeen h s sin
been used these lo Ion IsySin IsySinending lay layas in
ending 1 as a m t
J
ber be r at the Spanish Cabinet has Just JustsaidVeakness justdWeakness
saidVeakness sai and poverty are areopposed areposed
opposed op posed to strength and wealth wealthand
and an d Spain is in the position 01 a aduellistbound
duellistbound du to defend his hishonor
honor ho nor to although con convinced
vinced vi nced that the insult IS almost cer certain
tain ta m death deatbVho
Who Vho will e benefite by a long longwar
war v ar
First Fi st there are the Republican Republicanpoliticians
politicians po liticians II the war can be so soprolonged
prolonged pr olonged that in the autumn the theSpanib
Spanib S paniih campai campaign n and the Repub Republican
lican li can campaign can be carried on ontogether ongether
together to gether and confused in the pub public
lic li c mind obviously the Lincolnian Lincolnianmaxim
maxim m axim about not swapping horses horseswhile
while w hile crossing the stream will willcome
come c onic into play Republican Con Congressmen Conressinen
gressmen g ressinen Republican Governors GovernorsI
Republican R Senators will be beelected
elected e triumphantly unlessand unlessandthis
this t his point is well worth consider consideringunless
ingunless i delays and the land in invasion
vasion v produce roduce some incredible incredibleblunder
blunder b some great popular re revulsion
vulsion vulsionSecond v
Second there are the contrac contractors
tors t ors U A million a day is a cot colossal
ossal o ssal sum a colossal temptation temptationThere
There is no sense in scratchin
when w hen smashin smashing will end the war warThe
i
The strategy of common sense IS ISstill
still s till simple simpleI
I Smash the Spanish squadron
2 Smash Porto Rico and HLv HLvanaa
anaa a little harder days work workthan
than t it would have been a month monthatzo monthago
ago bel before ore BLanco bui1tthe neW neWfortifications neWortifications
fortifications f bJtsHli hardly more morethan morethan
than a days WOI woik woikThen k kThen
Then if Bhnco docs not surren surrender surrender
der if ifSpain Spain does not yieldthen yieldthennot
not a a land invasion not an assault assaultupon assaultupon
upon tropical diseases but
3 Send our triumphant fleet to toCadiz tcCadizl S
Cadiz CadizlRespectfully I IRespectfullv
Respectfully submitted submittedru
Ce CeTU
ru r E1ITRICLUJ E1ITRICLUJThe i TRIOtL TRIOtLThe
The Grand Opera House will continue continueto continucto
to be intensely patrIotic next week weekmerely weekmerely
merely shiftIng the scene tram Gettys Gettysburg Gettysburg
burg to the sea where the famou famouWhite
White Squadron wlll uphold th the Stars Starsand Star Starand I
and Stripes In style becoming the naval navalhistory nava I II
history 01 the nation This was one 01 01the o othe I
the first and most successful of modern modernnaval moderinaval
naval melodramas and its long annual annualtours nnnua i
iS
tours are proofs that Its opularity has hasnot ha hanot S
not waned Just now that the eyes of ofthe a I Ithe
the world as well as of the nation are areupon an
upon the American navy which has hasdeveloped ha hadeveloped S
developed from the famous White WhiteSquadrotthe C CSquadrorstheplay
Squadrotthe Squadrorstheplay play is especially timely timelyIt
It will be presented with a 11 the original originalscenic 1
scenic sceniceficts dIets Including a view of the theUnited tb tbUnited S
United States fleet under full sail and andother ani l
other lip to date pictures The case IS ISheac t 9
ti
heac heaCeii ed by Laura Bigger who starred starredIn starrei i
In A Atrip triP to Chinatown last season as asthe a S
the beautiful Brazilian girl Onesta OnestaSilveria OnestSilverla a
Silveria SilveriaThe SilverlaThe
The war which IS so engrossing Ihe Ihepublic ih e epublic
public mind has given Pain the famous famousInventor Is Isinventor
Inventor of startling spectacles Ideal Idealopportunity ide ii iiopportunity
opportunity to make use 01 the vast vastresources va it itPS
resources at bls command and the news newsof ne neofavrgreat PS
of ofavrgreat our great victory at Manila had hardlj hardljbeen hardi hardibeen
been confirmed than he at once Iave Iaveorders flV e eorders
orders creatlnr the most elaborate and andcolossal an d dcolossal
colossal exhibit he has ever attempted attemptedThis 1 1This
This has been c c4lkd < lItd The Battle 01 01Manila f fManila
Manila and it will be seen here on onDecoration o n nDecoration
Decoration Da Day v May 30th at the Base BaseBall Bas e eBallPark
Ball BallPark Park Washington D C at at8 830 830P 10 10p
P M i This spectacle Is Intended to toreproduce 0 0reproduce
reproduce faithfully with novel realisth realistheffect it itetTects
effect all the details of that memorable memorableenJagement le leengagement
engagement The scene represents the theBa tli e eBayofManlla
Ba BayofManlla offanlla In the foreground with th thFort IC ICFort
Fort of olCavite Cavlte and the arsenal Over Ovi r rsips
20 sips In full action pass upon the thescene tt ie iescene
scene each a faithful reproduction of ofthe f fthe
the originals engaged In the conflict conflictWith t tWith
With starthnr Ingenuity the battle Is Isreproduced isreproduced
reproduced and the effects of the thescreeching Ui In Inscreeching
screeching shelh the firln firIng of cannon cannonand a aand
and the burning burnfn of ships are saId 10 be besensatlonallv t e esensationally
sensationally startling and will explain explainIn expiai n nId
In a more convincing manner than could couldbe coul coulbe Id
be had through any other means the theterrors U IC ICly
terrors of naval warfare as It really reallyexists real realexists ly
exists exists32d1
321 NAtional Encampment G A n nOillclnna I ICIncinnAti
CIncinnAti Ohio OhioSEPTEMBER Oh so soSRrTni1nER
SEPTEMBER sth th TO roth 1898BALTI 1898BALTIMORE I IMORE
MORE 011I0 RAILROAD RAILROADFor
For thIs occasion licl tickets < ets will h be sold soldat SO SOat I
at the low rate of ofone one tare for the round roundtrip rour rourtrip
trip from all points on the HaIti Baltimore BaltimoreOhio more moreOhio
Ohio Railroad east 01 Plllsburg Park Parkersburg Parl k kersburg
ersburg and Wheeling Inclusive good goodgoin goc d dgaingon
goin gaingon 111 September 3rd and 4th acd acdgood ar argood
good relurnuu nol earlier than Sept Sept6th f f6th
6th nor laer than the lJth zth except by t sy
depositing ticket with Joint Agent at atCincinnati atCincinnati
Cincinnati between September 5th Bnd Bnd9th ar Ic Ic9th
9th inclusive and on payment of alice alicetwentyfive lee of oftwentylive
twentylive 25 cents when return limit limitmay lim limmay
may be extended to leave Cincinnati to toand I o oand
and Including October ld 18gB 18gBOwln 1898Owing
Owln Owing to the great reat patriotic wave wavesweepln wa e esweeping
sweeping the country at the prescllt prescllttime presti
time great Interest wIll be manllested manllestedat manhtesteat I1
at thIS meeting Solid SolidVestibuled Vestibuled Trains Trainsof Trahi s sof
of elegant coaches Pullman Sleeping g
Cars Observation Cars and splendid splendidDlmni splendiDhrnng
Dlmni Car Service Three through throughtralDS throu throutrains
trains daily from New York Phila1el Phila1elphia l lphia
phia Baltimore and Washington and andtwo ar id idtwo
two from PlttJIbllrg
Get full particulars rs from torn Ticket Agent AgentJJaJtlmore AgenIlaithinore
JJaJtlmore and Ohio Railroad RailroadnBer RailroadIoer
nBer Park JIolelDeor Iarlc Md Mdillor Ms 1 1Delighiut
illor DeliZltlu Summer Ruor ofhe ofheAllepIzenes ofi e eAlleirhenies
AllepIzenes AllepIzenesSwept AlleirheniesSwept
Swept by mountain breezes 2800 feet feetabove fe feabove
above sea level and removed tram all allannoJances a aannoyances
annoyances Absolutely free from frommalaria Iroi Iroimalaria
malaria hay fever and mosquitos On Onmain C Cmain
main line cf BaltImore OhIO Railroad RailroadHotel RailroaHotel
Hotel and cottages very modern modernconvenience modesconvenience
convenience Electric Lights Turkish TurkishHaths Turkh TurkhBaths
Baths two large Swimming Pools Golf GolfLinks Cc CcLinks
Links Tennis Courts Bowling Alleys AlleysMagnificent 5 5Magnificent
Magnificent Drives Complete Livery Livei ry
Service Annapolis Naval Academv Acadew AcadewBand
Band Delightful cottages Cflllnished Cflllnishedfor lurnlshe lurnlsheforliousekeephrg
for forliousekeephrg Iloullekeepll I 11 desired ready for foroccupancy f r rocctipancyJune
occupancy occtipancyJune June 1St Hotel open from fromJun4 troi ni niJune
June z5th to September 30th oth
For rates and Information address D I Ijones 5
Jones Manager B O Bulldln
Baltimore Md After that time Deer Dc DcPark er
Park Garrett GarrettCounty County Md MdUed IIWRetinoest
Ued Retinoest uoed Italns flatcsvlafl vi U O Jor rortL tbo tboAunnal to to4flflUaI
Aunnal Mcpllna Gorman flap Daptllllll flaptilsiM
tllllll LlJunklLrdsJ LlJunklLrdsJNtJ tIunkardsjlSTaIerviIlc
NtJ lSTaIerviIlc evlIe 1 ill ilIa May 291 29ih fo 0 JUlie 1 1The 7The
The B 1t I O Railroad will sell excur excursion r rdon
sion don tickets from rom the points on Its Jines Jineswest Jins 5 5west
west of 13 Jhimore account of the An Annual Ar I Inual
nual Meeting cf German Baptists BaptistsCDunkards S SDunkards
CDunkards at NapervlJt III II at the thelow it I
low lowrate rate of otone one fare arefor lor the theround round trip tripto tn tp Itp
to Chicago plus r8fj r8 to Nap Napejvill NapejvillTickets < < vllfe vllfeTickets C
Tickets iJ Ill be sold May lay 23d 2 241h b 271h 271hand 271 h hand
and 28th good to return until June 24th 24thwllh 2411 2411with
with prlvile privilege e of extension until June June3ltb Jut C Cit
3ltb jftlcket Is depoSIted with agent at atNapervilIe c cNapervhlle it
NapervilIe 011 or before June 24th
I 1
Unwarranted Orillot Criticism CriticismBoston m mBosfo1l
Boston Wally TranscriJI TranscriJIVe TranicriftlWe
We Ve boast of our fairness but the thepresent theesent
present pr esent time shows how many among amongus amongalihough
us allhouvh wholly Ignorant 01 a sub subject
ject jec t quickly fOrlll a harsh Judgment and andrush andsh
rush ru sh Into print with it Nothing illus illustrates illustes
trates tra tralat tes this better than the criticism critlchmlatelY criticismely
latelY lat ely passed upon the Hambru Hambrug Ameri American Amen Amenn
can ca n line the German steamship com company come
pany pa nywbich which several weeks before the thewar ther
war wa r was declared sold two oflts steam steamers steama
ers er a through an English firm to the theSpanish theanish
Spanish Sp anish Campania Transatlantfca TransatlantfcaFor TransatlanticaFor
For this the German company Is Isseverely isverely
severely se verely taken to task taskandsome and some people peoplethink peopleink
think th ink they are patriotic in showing showinga showingresentment
a resentment which actually has no nobasis nosis
basis ba sis in tact lactNow tactrow
Now what are the acts concerning concernlnlthe concerninge
the th e Hamburg American line We have havetaken
taken ta ken paIns to ascertain them and find findthat findat
that th at this company arriving at the con conrusion conuston
rusion uston that this years passenger busi business busiess
ness n ess would be unsatisfactory on account accountthe
01 the political situation and also that thatno thato
01n
no n o treat Improvement was to be beexpected bexpected
expected e for forthefollowingyear the followsngyear because becausemany becauseany
many m any tourlts would be likely to post postpone postane
pone p ane theh visit to Europe until 1900 1900resolved zoo zooesolved
resolved r to dispose of if possible two twoof
of o fits its big passenger steamers These Theseships
ships s hips were thenat then at the beginning of ofApril ofpril
sA
April A pril offered to the United States StatesGovercment Statesovercment
Govercment G overcment at reasonable prices the tl1eoffer theffer
offer o ffer was considered And finally dtclined dtclinedour dchinedur
our o ur Government ofiLials declaring that thatthe thathe
the t he ships were not suitable for our ourreqUirements ourequirements
reqUirements r After that a Lorjdon Lorjdonfirm tordon tordonrm
firm fi rm bid on them obtaIned them it Is Isstat istat
fis
stat s tat d at a larger figure than we could couldhave couldave
have h ave had them lot and turned them tbemover themver
over o ver to the Spanish line But even If Ifthey ii iihey
they t had been sold direct to Spanish SpanishInterests Spanishnterests
Interests i nterests ao blame could attach to the tbeermancompany theermancompany
ermancompany Spain was wasa a worlds worldsmarket worldsmarket
market at that time as much a as > the theUnited theUnited
United States and before a declalation declalationof
of ofwar war it is asking altogether too much muchof muchof I
of the basiness corporations of any anycountry an ancountry
country that they shall refuse an excep exceptional exceptional
tional bargain especially aler ofierlng ofierlngus of1erin of1erinus
us thefirst and best chance In order to tomake tc tcmakeus
make makeus us a afavored fa vored nation Crl Criticismhiki Criticismhikicharity tr clsmlike clsmlikecharity
charity should bel begin at home Our Ourmentors r rmentors
mentors frown upon the entirely buss buslnesshke bussnesslike
nesshke proceeding of a foreign comDany comDanyand compan 5 5and
and have not a word to say In dlsappro dlsapprobatlon disapprobation
batlon of our own manufacturers and andmerchants J Jmerchants
merchants who sold great quantities of ofarms a f farms
arms ammunitions provisions etc etcdirect etcdirect
direct to the Spanish until the IaL ajl day daybefore da
before war was declared and 01 the theAmerlcn th thAmerican e
American steamshIp lines that for lorwardea forwarden
warden all thisl And what or the theAmerican th thAmerican
American mule trust that doubled prices priceswhen pricewhenthe
when whenthe the < merlcan mericanGovernmeutneedes mericanGovernmeutneedesmules Government needed neededmules
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The Hamburg American line has hasnever ha hanever S
never been patronized by Americans Americansbecause Americanbecause
because 01 any friendship for Germany Germanybut Germanybut
but simply for or the admirable service It Itave i igave
gave ave to travellers from rom this country countryabroad countr countrabroad
abroad Any who were dls dissatisfied atisfied wIth wIththe wIt wItthe
the servicelmve service have not continued it itjust just to tosbow t tshow
show good will to the line itself itselfor or the thecountry th thcountry
country undl r whose protection It oper operates opeiates
ates and having had our pick of the theml th
ml rket before war was declared It Itseems I Iseems
seems to be a dogtnthemanger posi position
Lion that Spanish interests should be bedebarred b bdebarred e
debarred flom purchasing what we werefuled w C Crefused
refused refuledThe
The relations 01 American ports and andthe an d
the American people with the Hamburg HamburgAmerican Hambur g
American line have always rested upon upona upo upoa n
a purely commercial basis and that thatbasis thr it
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basis has not been In any way afT cted ctedb dc d
b by whathus whathasoccurrd occurred There Therehasnev Therehasnevbeen has neve r rbeen
been a particle 01 sentiment about It ItIt I
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It we have afforded good terminal faciI faciIities fad I
ities It Is because we have found it profit profitable t
able 10 do so It was in the way waybusIness 01 01busIness t
busIness and not a matter ofcourtesy ofcourtesyand of courtes
and the company has done nothing that thatshould th tt
should cause it to forfeit the patronage i ihas
has enjoyed It Is expecting altogether altogethertoo r
too much that It should make liaancial liaancialsacrifices fiaanci at
sacrifices not required by either intern Inlernational interntional 1
tional law or International comity comityThe
The same IgnorL ignorance ce of the laW has hasdictaled h hdictated is
dictated the statement repeatedly made madelhat
that the Hamburg American line has hasIrown h hgrown Is
grown rich richon on thl the patronage of Jmeri Jmerican Amer I Ican
can passengers Even If this were true trueIt trw 2 2it
It does not alter the facts acts as shown shownabove show
above but anyone who knows anything anythingof anyththit g
of the steamship business is aware that thatthe tlu tluthe it
the assertion Is ridiculous ridiculousNo ridiculousNo
No steamship line grows rich on the theptrona U
ptrona ptronage e 01 Its passenger boats The Thefast T ie
fast steamers are built and malnlained malnlainedas main tame iu 1
as an advertisement and a very expen expensive 1
sive one it Is It Is firce comp compctitic compctiticthat tltion tltionthat Sn
that creates the fast passenger boats boatsbut S Sbut
but the freight steamers whose names namesare nams namsare
are hardly known to the thepublic public at larKe larKeand lang e eand
and that come and 10 unheralded pro provide pr 0 0vide
vide the greatest part of the means to tomaintain I Lamaintain
maintain the fast passenger passengerservfce service The Theireat Tt Ttgreat
great railroads with their limited express expresstrams expre 55 55trains
trams illustrate the S3me experience experienceThey e eThey
They are a costly advertisement advertisementThe advertisementThe
The Ham Hamburg bll rJt America line as lately latelysh late lateshswn
sh shswn wn In the London shipping paper paperFar pape papepairplay
Far pairplay ay is one 01 the gre atest steam steamship steamship
ship companies compaies In the world with a fleet fle fleat
01 some seventy ocean steamer with withwhich wit Lb Lbwhich
which over twenty servlc services s from Ham Hamburg a aburg
burg to alt parts 01 the world are main maintained mai a atamed
tamed The company 111I thus able to toafiord 1 toaflord
afiord an admirable first class passenger passengerserVIce passeng er erservice
serVIce on the north Atlantic AtlanticThere AtlanticThere
There Is a good deal of bulness bulnessrivalry busine 53 53rivalry
rivalry among the steamship Hoes aud audthis ai id idthis
this no Cloubt also accounts to some someextent son IC ICextent
extent for the utterances pubUhed pubUhedagainst publishe publisheagainst
against the Hamburg American Com Company Cor is ispony
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