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VASHINGTON D C AUG 6 1898 1898Tlie ISgSThe SgS SgSl SgSThe
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The New Orloans Deutsclio HeltunR HeltunRcelebrates ZeUullicelebrates
celebrates this month its fiftieth fiftiethanniversary fiftiethanniversary
anniversary It is a valuable paper paperand paperand
and we send our heartiest congrat congratulations con rat ratulations ¬
ulations Vtvat VvatforeatCreSCat floreat loreat crescat crescatThe cruea crueaTbo
The German Central Voroln Vorolnof Yerelnof
of this city ought to disband as asquickly asQuickly
quickly as possible Under its itsprecious itsprecious
precious president it has really be become become ¬
come a notorietyseeking nuisance nuisancewhich nuisancewhich
which as its expastoral ex pastoral president presidentin
in a letter to the Post showed the theother theother
other day is doing mischief to tothe tothe
the German element ot this Dis District District ¬
trict
Except puffing itself undeserv undeservedly undeservedly ¬
edly the Central Verein Vert n has never neverrendered neverrendered
rendered the least service on the thecontrary thecontrary
contrary has frequently injured injuredthe injuredthe
the German cause causeThere causeThere causeThere
There is no respectable German GermanAmerican GermanAmerican
American in this District who whowants whowants whowants
wants to be represented by the theVerein theVerein
Verein and its precious precious president presidentAtfulnM pre ident identAaain
Aaain AtfulnM t lIt Germane GermaneOur GermansOur
Our American Know Nothing Nothingpress NothlDgpress
press foremost the Evening Star Starcontinue Starcontinue Star1 I
continue their mean and untrue untrueattacks untrueattacks
attacks against Germany or orrather orrather orrather
rather what is the real point pointagainst pointagainst
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against the GermanAmericans GermanAmericanswho i
who patronize the Star Star1 and andthis andthis I
this too notwithstanding the thelies thelies
lies about th 5 interference ot the theGerman theGerman
German fleet in the Philippine PhilippineIslands Philippinehlands
Islands and ab ut the Irene Ireneaffair Ireneaffair
affair have been shown up as asfalsehoods asfalsehoo a
falsehoods falsehoodsThe falsehoo ds dsrhe
The rhe attacks ol the Star upon the theEmperor theEmperor th
Emperor ot Germany one of the thebrightest thebrightest th
brightest rulers in Europe sound soundas soundas SOUn i
as it they were directed by a aschool aschool a
school master against a naughty naughtystupid naughtystupid
stupid boy It our German GermanAmericans GermanAmericans
Americans would only stop halt a adozen adozen i
dozen dozenot ol their theiradvertisements advertisements in inth the theStar the5lar
Star the latter would immediately immediatelyturn r
turn out to be the best friend the theGermans theGermans thi
Germans ever had hadRepublican hadRfIubllclln hadItepublioat
Republican BlIsmnnaKemont lUliman eJl1enl or oftbe oftbear be beWar D
War WarOne v ar arOne a r
One of the political issues in the thenext thenext th
next Presidential campaign will wilibi be bethe bethe e
the bad and selfish management of ofthe ofthe a I
the war It has been conducted conductedon l
on sordid Republican lines for the thebenefit thtbenefit th
benefit of the politicians and mil millionaires millionaires mu 1 ¬
lionaires in facto or in spe s e The Theselection Theselection Th e
selection ot commanding officers officerswas officerswas s
offlceid
was an unwise one Shafter should shouldnever shouldnever shoul d
never have been sent or should shouldhave shouldhave shoul d
have long ago been recalled for in inefficiency inefficiency ii iiefficiency 1 ¬
efficiency and blundering blunderingDemocratic blunderin blunderinDemocratic
Democratic officers such as asSchley asSchley Is
Schley have been overlooked and andtheir andtheir an antheir Ld
their services ignored and appro appropriated appropriated appr apprpriated ¬
priated by their Republican col colleagues colleagues co I ¬
leagues a la Sampson The San Santiago Santiago Sai 1 ¬
tiago campaign when the details detailsare detailsare detai Is
are more understood will cover coverAmerican coverAmerican cov r
American laces with shame Stu Stupidity Stupidity 1 ¬
pidity nonchalance and indiffer indifference indifference r ¬
ence distinguished Shafter We Wewon Wewon V re
won in spite of all blundering be because because t IC
tid
cause ol out strength But had hadSchley hadSchley h id
Schley not destroyed he Spanish Spanishnavy Spanishnavy Spani h
navy Shatter would not have San Santiago Santiago Sa n ¬
tiago yet for he was going actu actually actually acti Li ¬
ally to with draw from itwhen for fortunately fortunattly fo fotunatdy r ¬
tunately the navy saved the day dayThose dayThose da V
Vto
Those Southern men that went into intowar intowar in inwar to
war such as Lee etc hwe had hadshow co coshow lIOshow
show whatsoever and Col Bryan Bryandeserves BryaneHlves Bry
deserves real reI pity for going into the themouse themouse ti e
d mouse trap There is no opportunity opportunityallowed opportumtyallowed opportumallowed ty
allowed them to create cr ate enthusiasm and andgather andgalher ai d dor
gather any capital for themselves for fora 1 1a or ora
a political campaign campaignMany campaln campalnfany
Many fany millionaires will inscribe their theirnames theirc the hr
c names when the war is over and Me MeKinlev McKinlevand M C
Mill
Kinlev Kinlevand and the Republican party will willmost willmOlt w ill
most likely remain in power with its itspockets Itspockets I Ipockets te
pockets filled filledBismarck
ee ee1Inarok
Bismarck DeadWe Dead DeadWe
We found in March last in the thesecond thesecond ti ie
second quarter of the Spenersckf SpenersckfZeitung SjJtntrsdttZeilttn Sjienersc itt
Zeitung Zeilttn of 1815 i8z in our ourpossessio ourpossessiothe possession possessionthe posses < ion ionthe a
the following followin notice noticeDiceestern noticeDi
Diceestern Di Jeltlrn erfolett sluecJtliche Enl Entdindung EnltJindunl E Ern I
dindung tneiner teiner Fran von vo eivetn eivetnfcsunden eilfernreJunden rn
fcsunden euindn Sohne Soi olme ne virfekle rfeMeJ ich nicht n hl alien alienVerwanelen IllenVerwanrJlen all allVerwanalen n
Verwanelen unit U11I Freunden mil nil der derVerbUluns derVer d dVerbitung
VerbUluns Ver iflunz des GlnecJkwnmchrs bekannt bekanntzu beka bekazu
zu mac macA macAScAoehaNleH mac1cn mac1cnScloeihausen hen henSchoenhoHtH
SchoenhoHtH den en ale 21eH A Ar ArFERn fin 1815
FEKDIAND FERn AID VON VO BISMARCK BISMARCKThe DIMARCKThe
The happy delivery yesterday by bya byawife my mywife mywife ny
wife of o a healthy sound son on I here herewith herewith her ¬
with announce to all relatives and andfriends andfriends ni nifrIends cci
friends begging not to send any con congratulations congratulations co cogratulatlons ¬
gratulations gratulationsSchoenhausen
Schoenhausen April Aprll2d ad 1815
FERDINAND VON BISMARCK BISMARCKDoubting BIMARCKDoubtin
Doubting Doubtin whether this first pub published published pu b ¬
lished notice of the existence of ofBismarck ofBismarck
Bismarck was known to him we wecut wecut ye
cut the leaf containing it out of ofthe ofthe
the copy of ofthe the Zeitung Z tung and sent sentit sentit se nt
it to Bismarck in March last so sothat sothat
that it should reach him on the thefirst thefirst t he
first of April We thought that thatthe thatthe th ththe at
the first publication about him himmight himmight hi
might interest him and as Ger German German G r ¬
man papers have since published publishedthe publishedthe publish ed
the notice he or his friends have havemast havemst ha ye
mast likely given it to the press pressOur pressOur pre preOur s
Our readers will remember that thatfrequently tbatfrequently th at atse
frequently we have havespokenin spoken in these thesecolumns thesecolumns the thecolumns se
columns of Bismarck Having Havingbeen Havingbeen Havii ig igbeen
been living for nearly hall a cen century centuryawa1 cc fl fltury ¬
tury turyawa1 awa > from the old fatherland fatherlandwe id idwe
we have much more clearly and andjustly andjustly a rtci rtcijustly
justly adjudged affairs transpiring transpiringthere transpiringthere transpiri iig iigthere
there and especially a great deal dealbetter dealbetter de at atbetter
better understood the value of the theservices theservices t he hefl
services which Bismarck has ren rendered rendered re fl ¬
dered to Germany The value ol olGerman 01German
German unity has been much bet better better bi et ¬
ter appreciated by us for we welearned welearned i
learned in the distance away from fromthe fromthe fr m
the old home the difference be between between 1 e ¬
tween the time before and andafter andafter a nd
after 1871 when Bismarck forged forgedGerman orgedGerman org ed
German unity with blood and aridiron a airon aid
iron ironWh
Whtmosh Wh tmore shall ll be b said olgim o
f
but bu butal t that he is dead His immor immortal immortal immorworks ¬
tal works however stand we hope hopefor hopefor
for ever everExtra everExtra
Extra Session Selt lolI of OonKrcuH OonKrcuHPresident OonJtr II IIPresiden
President McKinley will ill call an anextra anextra
extra ex tra session ot both houses of ofCongress ofCongress
Congress Co ngress as soon as Spain accepts acceptsthe acceptsthe
the th e terms of peace offered by the theUnited theUnited
United U nited States StatesIt StatesIt
It has always been understood understoodthat understoodthat
that th at the Senatewould Senate would be convened convenedas
as soon as the treaty of peace was wasready wasready
ready re ady to be acted upon by that thatbody thatbody
body bo dy The attention of ofthe the Presi President President
dent de nt has been called however to toa toa
a situation which makes the assem assembling ass em emblillg ¬
bling bl itig of the entire Congress neces necessary necessary ¬
sary sa ry This situation can be ex explained explained ¬
plained pl ained in a few words wordsUnder wordsUnder
Under the law which provides providesfor
for fo r the raising r lsing ot the volunteer volunteerarmy volunteerarmy
army ar my that army goes out of exist existence existence ¬
ence e nce as soon as the war ceases ceasesSection ceasesSection
Section S ection four ot the statute contains containsthe containsthe
the th e following provisions provisionsThe
The volunteer army shall be main maintained maintained
tained ta med only during durin the existence ol the thewar thewar
war w ar or while war is imminent imminentAll imminentAll
All officers and men composing said saidarmy saidarmy saidmy
army ar my shall be discharged from rom the theservice theservice
service se rvice of the United States when the thepurpose thepurpose theurpose
sep purpose p for which they were called into intojervlce intoervlce
jervlce e rvlce shall have been accomplished accomplishedor
or o eo r on the conclusion ot hostilities hostilitiesWhen hostilitiesWhen
When this law was framed it itwas itwas
was w as not for a moment m Jment supposed supposedthat supposedthat supposedhat
that t hat after aft r the war had ended there therewould therewould
would w ould be any necessity of keeping keepingthe keepingthe keepinghe
the t he army intact It was not known knownat
at a t that time that a garrison would wouldbe wouldbe
be b e required requlre for or the Philippines or orthai orthat
thai t Porto Rico would be an anAmerican anAmerican L
American A merican possession with its de demand demand ¬
mand m and upon a military force or orthat orthat
that t the establishment ot a stable stablegovernment stablegovernment stableovernment
government g overnment in Cuba would ne necessitate necessitate ¬
cessitate c the presence of several severalthousand severalthouand I
thousand t American soldiers The Thedevelopments Thedevelopments
developments d of the war make it itvery itvery ii
very v ery evident tnat instead of o send sending sEnding ¬
ing i ng the army back to civil lite litefully litefully
fully f 100000 men will continue to tobe tobe
be b e needed It is the present in intention intention
tention t to distribute no less than I
50000 5 OOOO men throughout Cuba with I
30000 3 0000 in inthe the Philippines and prob probably probably ¬
ably a bly 20000 in fl Porto Rico Under Underthe Ullderthe L
the t he law just quoted as soon as ashostilities ashostilities a J
hostilities h cease the volunteer volunteeramy volunteeraIII1v r
amy a w is disbanded and the regu regular regular ¬
lar J ar army goes back to its peace peacefooting peacefooting peac
footing l thus leaving only 27000 27000men 27000men ooc D
men in the service This Thisisatola is a tola tolafar total totalfar 1
far f ar too small for the work that will willbe willbe I
be required Consequently the theaid theaid tb e
aid ot Congress will be needed to toframe toframe ti D
frame new laws which will keep keepan keepan p
an adequate army for garrison garrisonpurposes Jtarrisonpurposes
purposes purposesIn
In addition to this laws must be bepassed bepassed b e
passed to meet the new require requirements requirements ¬
ments of government in the Phil Philippines Philippines 1 ¬
ippines ippines and Porto Rico As long longas longas lon g
gr
as war lasts the President under underthe underthe r
the war powers of ofthe the Constitution Constitutioncan I
can prescribe a militaryjgovern militaryjgovernment I
ment but when war is over the thelegislative thelegislative th C
Ce
legislative branch must provide providefor proidetor e
for civil administration This will willbe willbe wi wibe II
be another reason for assembling assemblingCongress assemblingCongrss assemblin h hCongress
Congress CongressTaxation CongrssTaxation CongressTaxstlon
Taxation by tlin Trust TrlltSidney Trits TritsSidney ft ftSidney
Sidney Smith once pointed out outto outto at it itto
to Brother Jonathan what he hecalled hecalled h ie iecalled
called the price of glory It was wasthe wasthe wz s sthe
the price he hesaid said that Englishmen Englishmenpaid Englishmenpaid fi fipaid
paid for the expanding greatness greatnessof greatne is isof
of Britain and in bitter phrase he hedescribed hedescribed Ii
described the cost beginning with withthe withthe wit witthe II
the school boy whips his taxed taxedtop taxedtop taxe d dtop
top and ending with the dead deadEnglishman deadEnalishman dea d dEnglishman
Englishman who takes his taxed taxedmedicine taxedmedicine taxe d dmedicine
medicine Irom rom a taxed spoon and andfalling andfalling an d dfalling
falling back on a taxed bed is isgathered isgathered I Igathered
gathered to his fathers to be taxed taxedno taxedno taxe c cmoreexcept
no more moreexcept except for the coffin in inwhich inwhich i n nwhich
which he is laid away awayA awayA awayA
A new kind oi tax howeyer howeyerconfronts howe howeycconfronts er erconfronts
confronts Brother Jonathan JonathanWe JonathanWe JonathanWe
We are mulcted without getting gettingglory gettingglory gettin gettinglory
glory for our cash Our Govern Governtncnt Government Goveriment
ment even though it go to war is ismoderate ismoderate ismoderate
moderate in its exactions But Butpay we wepay wepava
pay pava a tax on everything we use usenone usenone us usnone
none the less a tax that begins at atthe atthe a athe
the cradle and ends only ony at the thegrave thegravea ti ie iegravea
grave gravea a tax paid to monopoly monopolyPick monopolyPick i
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and the advancing strength of mo monopoly monopoly m mnopoly ¬
nopoly will appear Last Monday Mondayit Monda y yr2
it was the Wall Paper Trust com completed completed con conpleted r2 ¬
pleted and launched with the an announcement announcement ai ¬
nouncement that prices would be beraised beraied I Iraised e
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contribution to monopoly What Wha1tomorrows Whattomorrows Wh a atomorrows
tomorrows may be one can only onlyguess onlyguess on ly lyguess
guess Everything from beef to tocoffins tocoffins tocoffins
coffins from rubber overshoes to tocollars tocollars I tocol1ar
collars is already a trust We pay paytomonopo payto p ty tyto
tomonopo to monopoII for individual profit profitthe profitthe pro fit fitthe
the heavy takes which a few cen centuries centuries cc U Utunes ¬
turies ago were considered intoler intolerable intolerable r rable ¬
able when paid to the nation nationAnd nationAnd nationAnd
And what are we going to do doabout doabout C lo loit
about it Oh grin and bear it itprobably itprobably
probably after the style of Amer Americans Americans Ameicans r ¬
icans who submit more placidly to toimposition toimposition toIc
imposition than any other people peopleon peo peoOfl Ic
on earth
The Sticking StJokln Point PointThe PulotThe PlDtThe
The sticking point in the Cuban Cubansituation Cubansituation Cub n nsituation
situation is the Cuban debtno part partof partof pa itt ittof
of which we insist shall rest on onCuba onCuba n nCuba
Cuba Spain shall assume it itThis itThis itThis
This last is the sticking point pointThese pointThese poli t tThese
These Spanish bonds are held in invarious invarious inUt
various European countries but butmainjy butmainJv b Ut
mainjy in France and holders and andivernments andth ai ad
th ivernments v rnments regard ga d i it as a am
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The Peril at Santiago SantiagoThe
The Ne New York Herald charges chargesexplicitly chargesexplicitly
explicitly ex plicitly that on the night of July Julyz JulyGen
2 z Gen Shatter determined to re retreat retreat ¬
treat tre at from the positions in the en environs environs ¬
virons ViT OflS of Santiago which whichhad had been beenwon beenwon
won wo n at the cost of hundreds of ofAmerican ofAmerican
American A merican lives Our contempo contemporary contemporary ¬
rary ra ry is very exact and circumstan circumstantial circumstantial ¬
tial tia l in its story of this project to tothrow tothrowaway torow
throw throwaway th row away the fruit of othard hard fight fighting fighting ¬
ing lu g It describes a council ol war warin warin warwhich
in which Generals Wheeler Law Lawton Lawton Lawn
ton to n and Bates bitterly opposed opposedretreat opposedretreat
retreat re treat but were overruled by byGen byGen byn
Gen Ge n Shafter who from his ham hammock hammock hamock ¬
mock m ock in which he lay in great greatagony 6reata1ony greatony
agony ag ony with men rubbing him on oneither oneither
either eit her side declared his deter determination determination ¬
mination m ination to retreat and only asked askedsuggestions askedsuggestions askedggestions
suggestions su as to who should lead leadthe leadthe leade
the th e flight His own physical con condition condition ¬
dition di tion precluded the possibility of ofhis ofhis ofs
his hi s contemplating an advance or orconducting or ornducting r rconducting
conducting co nducting a retreat It was at atthis atthis
this th is moment that Cervera steamed steamedout steameclout
out o ut of the harbor to certain des destruction destruction ¬
truction tr uction and Shatter totally totallyignorant totallyignorant
ignorant ig norant of what was going on oncabled oncabled onabled
cabled c the President that he would wouldbe wouldbe
be b e compelled to retire The three threegenerals threegenerals
generals g enerals who fortunately did not notsuffer notsuffer
suffer s physical disability as Shafter Shafterdid Shafterdid
did d id protested but to no avail availThe availThe
The publication in the Herald Heraldreferred Htraldreferred r
referred r to was the following followingGen followin2Gen
Gen Shafter suffered much in body bodyand bodyand
and a nd mind just justbeiore before the fall of Santiago Santiagowas
It Itn was during this suffering sufferin that on the thenignt thenlltht tb
nignt n lgflt of July 2 he called a council of ofwar ofwar o
war w ar to decide upon the advisability advlsabiht of ofwithdrawing o owithdrawing
withdrawing w wth the army from in front ot otthe 01the o oI I
the th e Spaniards The accuracy ot these thesedetails thesedetails theseetails
details d etails is vouched for or by one who wad wadin wasin wa I
in Into a position to know and who stated statedto statedto statec statecmewbat I
to me mewbat what happened happenedWhen happenedWhen
When Gen Wheeler was called in he heremarked heremarked hc
remarked r that he proposed to stay staywhere staywhere hcp p
where w here he was and did not favor retreat
He H e was wa practically alone in this Gener Generals Generals ¬
als a la Kent and Sumner voting for or falling
ab back b ad It was not until Generals Lawton Lawtonand Lawtonand Lawtornd
and a nd Bates returned from rom in front of olE olEanes El ElCanej EICane
Canej Cane C Cir anes that Gen Wheeler Wheelerbadal1Y had any back backig ¬
ing ir ig Both of ofthem them voted against retreat retreatNevertheless retreatNevrtheless
Nevertheless N the retreat wasdetermlned wasdetermlnedupon was determined determinedupon I
upon uponI u pon ponI
I am informed on the same authority I
that t on the night of ofJuly July 2 z Gen Shatter r retermined
determined d to demand the surrender of o f fantiago
Santiago S hoping hopin to b bp s able to retire retireunder retireunder retlnnder
under u nder cover of the negotiations which whichwould whichwould
would w ould necessarily follow followThe foUowThe followThe
The next morning two miles and a a aalf
hall h alf In the rearofthecampbe rear of the camp be tvaslying was waslyln waslylnn lying
in i n the tent left eft him by Gen Lawton
He H e was on his back and in great agony agonye
He H e had men rubbing rubblnghlm him on either side sideand sideand
and a nd had come to the conclusion that he hewould hewould hi C
aw would w ould be b physically incapacitated to toskilfully toskillully tc I
skilfully s conduct the retreat retreatHe retreatHe
He was canvassing names Wheeler Wheelerwas Wheeleas Vheelerwas r
was w as too ill and for some reason Gen
Shafter S haftir would not think of Kent or o r rumner
Sumner S umner who had voted to retreat This Thiswas Thiswas Thi Thias
was w as troubling him as he tossed on his hiscot hiscot hi hiot
cot c ot at the same time on the morning morn In of c f fuly
tuly J July uly 3 that Cervero was leaving the bar baror harebor ha
bor bt b or of cfSantiago Santiago with his fleet He was wastrying wastrying wa r
trying t then to select a man to conduct conductthe conductthe t
the t he retreat retreatThen retreatThen
Then it was Gen Shafter sent a dis dispatch dispatch dispatch i ¬
patch to the President saying he con contemplated conternplaled I Iemplated ¬
templated t a retreat of five miles milesAnother milesAnother
Another strange feature of the situa situation situation situ situiOn ¬
tion l iOn was that it so vexed Gen Shafter Shafterthat Shafterthat
that t he refused to recommend in his hisreport hisreport h Is Isreport
report Generals Kent ana Sumner r rargely
largely l because their votes and counsel counsi l
had helped to tobring bring about his hiscnlusIor hiscnlusIorthough contusion contusionthough cJnlusionthough
though both Kent and Sumner did didvaliant didvaliant dl i
valiant service serviceOn serviceOn serviceOn
On good authority I am informed that thatthe thatthe th it itthe
the President was anxious to know why wh y
Gen G n Kent was not included in the thefavorable thefavorable tli tliavorable
favorable f mention and this explanation explanationwas explanatlowas
was given givenA givenA givenA
A widespread depression settled over overthe overthe ov r rthe
the army after the first failure to take tak takSantiago
Santiago and the knowledge of General GeneralShatters GeneralShatters GeneraShatters
Shatters determination to retreat retreatGeneral retreatGeneral retreaGeneral
General Shafter did not learn o of Cer Cerveras Cerveras Ce r
veras going out before afternoon but bi it rit
his despatch was gone and it was too tc 10
late to recall it itThis ItThis itThis
This is a chapter of military militaryhistory militaryhistory militar y yhistory
history well worth publication publicationIn 5 5In
In the clearer light of prtsent prtsentknowledge prtsentknowledCe presei it itknowledge
knowledge everybody can see how howdisastrous howdisastrous ho w wdisastrous
disastrous it would have been had hadthe hadthe ha d dthe
the weakness ot Gen Shafter pre prevailed prevailed pr ¬
vailed The commanding general generalbroken generalbroken genera generabroken i
broken in health bound to a litter litterby litterby 11th r rby
by a burden oi too solid flesh in incapable incapable ii 1 1capb1e ¬
capable of ofviewing viewing for himself the thefield thefield tl ie
field which had been won though thoughhe thoughhe thoui ieK K
he thought it lost cannot cannotharshly be beharshly beharshly C
harshly criticised for or his error errorcostly errorcostly erro r1 r1costly
costly though it might have been beenGood beenGood bee n nGood
Good fortune ortune not good general generalship generalship genera 1 1ship ¬
ship saved for the United States Statesthe Statesthe Stat S Sthe
the ground won by good ood fighting fightingSpain fightingSpain g gSpain
Spain may never learn how easily easilyher easilyher cash ly
her forces might have driven the thesick thesick U IC ICsick
sick and timorous Shatter back backhad backhad bac k khad
had the attack been made with withcourage withcourage wit h hcourage
courage and dash dashAmerica dashAmcrloa dashAmerica
America the World Feeder FeederThe FeederThe FeederThc
The figures of our foreign com commerce commerce con a amerce ¬
merce for the fiscal year ending endingJune endingJune endir ig igJune
June 30 are eloquent and instruc instructive instru C Ctive ¬
tive tiveOur
Our total exports exceeded i 1lOOoooooo trecord
200000000 record breaking fig figure fi fiure flu ¬
fluof
ure Of these the products of ofagriculture otagriculture
agriculture exported export d amounted to to8S4G2702 I I85427o29
5854627029 8S4G2702 an increase of more morethan morethan ma Fe Fethan
than 170609000 170 I 7000G000 ooooo over the figures figuresol figur Cs Csof
ol the preceding year yearOl
01 the total increase in our ex exports exports e c cports ¬
ports which wb ich was almost wholly of ofour ofour ofour
our agricultural products the in increase increase i ft ftcrease ¬
crease to European countries was w as asC
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ours took altogether alto ether 3973609289 3973609289of 97360928 97360928of 8
of our products So much muchabroad is isabroad isI
I abroad to usl uslIn uslIn ustJ
In J other words we feed Europe EuropeIn Euro e
In j spite of the hostility of Germany Germanyand Germanyand Germat Germatand ty ety
and France to the American hog hogand hogand ho g
and in spite of every kind of petty pettyopposition pettyopposition pet ty gty
opposition to and persecution of ofour ofour
our exporting industry we are arestill arestill a re
still the worlds granary and the thesource thesource ti tisource IIC
source of its food supply supplyAny supplyAny lupplyAny
Any interruption in this supply supplywould supplwould supp ly lywould
would mean a disturbance in val values vaLues v ii iiUCS ¬
ues and prices in every European Europeanmarket Europeanmar Europc an anmarket
market mar et such as few European Gov Governments Governments Go V Vrst ¬
ernments could stand stan The first firstresult firstresult flu fluresult rst
result would be the absolute hun hunger h hu un unger a ager ¬
ger of ofthe the working classes of the thebread thebread tJ he hebread
bread winners and of the bread breadeaters breadeaters brc ad adI
eaters Riots and anarchy and the theoverturning theoverturn t I lac lacovcrturng
overturning overturn g ot governments overnments and anddynasties anddynasti ai ad adite
dynasties dynasti would be the ultimate ultimateresult ultimatere ultima ite
result re resulto Jto of any long g continued 9nti u dJ inter fntit ltcr ¬
ruption ru ption of the theAmericin American food lool sup supply supplY supy supThe ¬
ply pl y
plyThe
The peace and security of the theUnited theUnited
United U nited States are guaranteed by byits byits bycrops
its crops So Ions Ion as our farmers farmersfurnish farmersfurnish
furnish fu rnish the military camps of ofEu ofEurope Eu Europe ¬
rope ro pe with their rations there is no nodanger nodanger
danger da nger of their disturbing our ourpeaceful ourpeaceful
peaceful pe aceful supremacy supremacyInternal supremacyeo
eo eoInternal
Internal In ternal Revenue evenue Decisions DecisionsINFORMATION DecisionsINFOR3ATION
INFORMATION IN FOR BREWERS BREWERSAND BREW Ens EnsAND
AND OTHERS OTHERSTAX orUERSTAX
TAX ON WINES WINESWliere WINESWlltlO
Wliere W hore a customer presents ronts a bottle botUoto to bo ailed ailedwltli DUeIwltb
wltb wine tho bottle must be stamped when
filled tilledillr filledMr 5 1 lel
Mr III r Thos A 4Lake 4LakeColleckr Lake LakeCollector LaleColleclor
Collector CollectorHartfordt Hartfordt Conn ConnThis ConnThis
This office is in receipt of ofa a letter from fromTolcott fromTalcott fromalcott
Tolcott T alcott Frisbie Co wholesale drug druggists druggists ¬
gists gi sts in your city inquiring whether in ina ina Incase
a case where a customer calls for a pint pintol pintof pintwine
of ofb wine bringing his bottle with him to tobe tobe toe
be b e filled it must be stamped stampedFor stampedFor
For reply the parties have been refer referred referred ¬
red re d to you and you will please advise advisethem advisethem
them th em that in the case mentioned the thebottle thebottle
bottle b ottle must be stamped stampedAttention stampedAttention
Attention Is called to the fact that no noexception noexception nc I
exception e whatever is made by the law lawimposing lawImposing Ias
imposing I tax on wines for sale because becauseof becauseof i
of o fthe the ownership of ofthe the bottle or bottles bottlescontaining bottlesconta I
containing conta c cfi lllng the same and no limit is isfixed isfixed h I
fixed fi xed as to the number of bottles filled filledoffered filledoffered
offered o ffered for sale or sold to which the thebtampmust thebtam i iampmust
btampmust btam bt ampmust p must be affixed The tact act that thatthe thatthe I
the th e customer brings the bottle with him himwill himwill I II
will w ill not therefore relieve it of the thenecessity thenecessity thcecessity I
necessity n of orbem olbeing being properly stamped at atthe atthe ai aihe
the t he time when filled filledAny filledAny filledAny
Any druggists saloon keepers gro grocers Irocers groers ¬
cers c ers or other dealers w i ho do not usually usuall usuallandle
handle h andle cased goods should understand understandthat understandtila understanhat
that tila t hat t this ruling rulin applies to sales ot wine wineby wineby whuy
by b y the bottle whether the dealer or the thecustomer thecustomer th thustomer
customer c provides the bottle bottleSPECIAL bottleSPECIAL
SPECIAL S1ECIALuirernent8jn 1AXES 1 AXESCLUBS AXESCLUBSIl CLUBS CLUBSlUsqiilr
lUsqiilr Il < < jlJlrements enieiita In regard to clubs ciubwhethor whether ther the r
bull pay Bixxiial s Olal tax as retail Jluuor liquor dealers S
or I1 nt propiators of a billiard room roomnrr roomnrr roomry
nrr D ry AJ A J Tyler TylerCollector T TylerColteetar le leCofulor
Collector Second District DistrictKnoxvilUt DislrictI DistrictKnoxville
I Knoxville ozfJill Tenn TennYour TennYour TennYour
Your letter of the 3oth oth ultimo has ha haeen
been b een received submitting the petition petitionpresented petitionpresented i iresented
presented p resented by the officers of ofthe the Cumber Cumberland Cumberand
land l and Club of Knoxville Tenn setting settinjorth
forth f orth reasons why In their opinion the theclub theclub tb e
club c lubehould should not be compelled to
pay payspecial pa I Ipecial
special s tax as a retail liquor liquordealer dealer or as asa asa a S Sproprietor
a proprietor of ofa a billiard room roomThe rOODlThe roomThe
The grounds upon which the officers officersof officerso
of o f the club rely for or relief relieffrom from the retail reta retaiquor
liquor l dealers special tax are that the theclub th e eub
club t < lub ub sells wines and liquors to Its mem ¬
bers only and not lor profit profitj and they theyrefer theyreler the y yefer
refer r efer to a decision of tl t e Supreme Court Courtof Courtof Coui t tofTennessee
of ofTennessee Tennessee in which it was held upon uponthese uponthese upo n nhese
these t grounds that the club was not a aretail aretail
retail liquor dealer within the meaning meaningof meanin g goC
of the law of
that State These same samearguments sameBr sam C
arguments Br umen s were fully considered by b y
Judge Lowell in the case of the United UnitedStates UrhedStates Unite d dStates
States v WittIg 21 2 Int Rev Rer Re 98 98in 8 8n
in i n which the
decision was that
any anycourse anycourse an y ycourse
course of selling though to a restricted restrictedclass restrIctedclass restricte d
class of olpersons persons and without a view to toprofit toprofit t 0 0profit
profit is within the meaning of the thestatute thestatute th e estatute
statute imposing the special tax This Thisis Thisis Tb Is IsIs
is the settled ruling of this office and has hasbeen hasbeel1 h Is
been for or more than twentyfive years yearsand yearsand 5 5and
and I entertain no doubt that it is iscorrect iscorrect iscorrect
correct correctThe correctThe
The decision of the Supreme Court of ofTennessee ofTennessee i UI UITennessee C
Tennessee is conclusive with reference referenceto e eto
to the question of liability of retail retailliquor retailliquor reta i1 i1liquor
liquor dealers under the State law but butit butit bi it itit
it is not accepted acceptedhere here as applicable to tothe tothe I 10 10the
the construction of ofthe the internal revenue revenuelaws revenueJaws revent te telaws
laws with reference to the special tax taximposed taximpose ti LX LXimposed
imposed upon retail ntalllfquor liquor dealers dealersThe dealersThe dealersThe
The decision in the case of Wittig Wittigapplies Wittigapplies WItt WIttapplies
applies as well to incorporated clubs clubss clul clulas
01 as s to those which arc unincorporated unincorporatedIt 1 1II
II therefore the Cumberland Club Clubrefuses ClubreCules Clu IL ILrefuses
refuses to make return and pay the thespecial thesp U I Ispecial
special sp clal tax within the th current month as asa asa IS ISa
a retail liquor dealer you will next nextmonth nextmonth ne itt ittmonth
month report the case to this office for forassessment forassessment f fassessment
assessment of the special tax anti 50 o per percent percent p er ercent
cent additional und r section 3 176 176Revised 176Revised 70 70Revised
Revised Statutes StatutesThe StatutesThe StatutesThe
The club is notrequired not required to p y special specialtax specialtax speci al altax
tax as a proprietor of a billiard room by byreasoiof byreasol I Ireasoiofthetact
reasoiof reasol reasoiofthetact of the fact act that it keeps tetI > S billiard billiardtables billiardtables bUlisi rd rdtables
tables for the use of its in nihers and andinvited andinvited ar id idinvited
invited guests The Thespeclal special tAX imposed imposedby Imposedby Imposi Imposiby
by the ninth paragraph of Section a of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the s rct > ct ofjune ofune ij 1898 upon proprietors proprietorsof rs rsof
of bowling alleys and oilliard rooms roomsfor roomsfor roon roonfor
for each alley or table expressly expresslyrelates expresslyrelates express expressrelates
relates only to those buildings buildingsplaces or orplaces orplaces
places which are open to the public publicThis publicThis publicThis
This evidently evidentl means open to persons personsin persoi persoiIn
in general and cannot apply to a club clubwhich clubwhich cli cliwhich
which excludes the public and admits admitsto adini adinito
to its privileges privlle es only its own members membersand membersand membe rs rsand
and their own Invited guests guestsCANCELLATION guestsCANCSLLATION guestscANcSLIATJ0N
CANCELLATION OP REVENUE STAMPS STAMPSThe STAMPSThe STaM PS PSThe
The Commissioner of Internal Reve Revenue Revenue Rev e enue ¬
nue has issued the following circular in inregard inregard
inal
regard to the cancellations of internal internalrevenue internalrevenue intern internrevenue al
revenue stamps stampsIn stampsIn stampsIn
In any and all cases where an adhe adhesive Adhesive adh adhsive ¬
sive stamp shall be used for denoting denotingany denotinllany denothi denothiany
any tax decreed by the act ofjune of June 13 i
1898 the person using or affixing the thesame thesame ti ic icsame
same shall write or stamp thereon with withmlr withnil wi th ththe
mlr nil the Initials initialsofhiinameand of hij name and the date dateyear dateyellr da te teyears
year in which the same shall be at atMelted attoteh a atictied
Melted toteh i r witn a punch which will willaffix willaffix w waffix
affix the initials and date as aforesaid aforesaidso aforesaldj aforesaldjso aforesaiso
so deface the stamp as to render it unht unhtfor unhtfor un unfor
for reuse reuseTh rlII reuseThe It ItThill
Th The cancellation by either method methodshould methodshould meth d dshould
should not deface the stamp as to pre prevent prevent pi e event ¬
vent Its denomination and genuineness genuinenessfrom genuinenessfrom 155 155from
from being readily determined Stamps Stampsimprinted StampsImprlnt SLam PS PSImprinted
imprinted Imprlnt d upon the lace of o checks checksdralts checksdralts checL checLdralts
dralts or other similar instruments may mI ay
be canceled by dating signing slgnin and filling fillingout fillingout huh ig igout
out the blank lines in writing across the theface theface ii be beface
face ol 0 the paper In usual manner ol oldrawing 01drawing ofdrawing
drawing checks and drafts Stamps on onchecks onchecks i ichecks
checks and drafts may also be canceled canceledby canceledby cancel cancelby
by perforating through throu h said stamp and andthe andthe ai rid ridthe
the paper to which it is attached the theamount theamount t tamount
amount in figures for or which said check checkor checkor che c cordrattis
or ordrattis draft is drawn drawnWhen drawnWhen drawnWhen
When proprietary stamps printed frm frmprivate frmprivate ft m mprivate
private dies are used for the payment of oftax oftax oftax
tax upon proprietary articles instead ol olcancellation 01ancellation Oi Oicancellation
cancellation < by initials and date such suchstamps suchstamps sit ch chlx I
stamps shall be so affixed on the box boxbottle boxbottle bc bcbottle lx
bottle or package that in opening the thesame thesame t he hehe
same or using the contents thereof the thesaid theaid t tsaId he
said aid stamp shall shaI7e haUJe J > e effectually des destroyedo di Is Isirojejj
troyedo
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82d 82 d < 1 National Encampment G > A II IICincinnati nOillclllatlOluu
Cincinnati OillclllatlOluu OillclllatlOluuSBPTEMDBlt I Oliu OliuSEPTEMBER OlaaizrEarBEK >
SEPTEMBER SE zrEarBEK sth TO roth 1898 1898llALTI 1898llALTIMOR1 2898hALTMORE BALTI BALTIMORE ¬
MORE OHIO RAILROAD RAILROADFor RAILROADFor RAIEROADFor
For this occasion tickets will be b sold soldat soldat soldthe
at the low rate of one fare for the round roundtrip roulldtrip roundp
trip tri triOh p from all points on the Baltimore
Ohio Oh io Railroad east ot Pittsburg Park Parkersburg Parkersburg
ersburg ers burg and Wheeling inclusive good goodgoing goodgoing
going go gogo ing on September 3rd rd and 4th andgood and nodod I Igood
good go od returning relurntn not earlier than Sept Sept6th Sept6th
6th 6t 6tde h nor later than the rAth fJth except by
depositing de deCi positing ticket with Joint Agent A nt at atCincinnati atCincinnati
Cincinnati Ci Ci9t ncinnati between September sth and and9th and9th andh
9th 9t h inclusive and on payment of offee fee of oftwentyfive oftwentyfive ofentyfive
twentyfive tw twm twan entyfive 25 cents when whenreturn return limit limitmay limitmay
may m ay be extended to leave leaveCincmnati Cincinnati to toand toand tod
and an d including October 21 1898 1898Owing 1898Owing 1898Owing
Owing to the great patriotic wave wavesweeping wavesweeping waveeeping
sweeping sw eeping the country at the present presenttime presenttime presentme
time ti tiat me great interest will be manifested manifestedat manifestedthis
at atof this meeting Solid SolidVestibuled Vestibuled Trains Trainsof Trnlnsof
of ofCa elegant coaches Pullman Sleeping Sleepinrs
Cars Ca rs Observation Cars and splendid splendidDining splendidDlmng splendiining
Dining D ining Car Service Three through throughtrains tbroughtrams
trains tr ains daily from New York Philadel Philadelphia Phlladelphia Philaielia ¬
phia ph ia Baltimore and Washington and andtwo andtwo ando
two tw twBa o from Plttsburg
Get full particulars from Ticket Agent Agentltimore
Baltimore Ba ltimore and Ohio Railroad RailroadDeer RailroadDeer Railroadoor
Deer D oor Irk Hotel HotelDecr Door Lark ark Mel MelMost 11t1illos Mdost
Most illos M ost Delightful Summer R Resort sorf of oftic ofticitllevljefes the theAllerhenies lheAllephmes
AllerheniesSwept AllephmesSwept Allerhenies itllevljefesSwept
Swept by mountain mountalabreezes breezes 2800 feet feetabove eet eetabove
above a bove sea level and removed Irom all allannoyances aUannoyances allnoyances
aan
annoyances an noyances Absolutely free from frommalaria frommalaria fromalaria
malaria m alaria hay fever and mosquitos On Onmain Onmain Onain
main m ain line of ofBaliimorcOhuo Baltimore 8 Ohio Railroad RaIlroadotel
Hotel H otel and cottages Every modern modernconvenience modernconvenience
convenience c Electric Lights Turkish TurkishBaths TurkishBaths Turkishaths
Baths B aths two large Swimming Pools Golf
Links L inks Tennis Courts Bowling Alleys AlleysMagnificent AlleysMagnificent Alleysagnificent
Magnificent M Drives Complete Livery Liven Livenervice
Service S Annapolis Naval Academy
Band B and Delightful cottages furnished furnishedhousekeeping I
for housekeeping ii desired ready for toroccupancy foroccupancy lou louccupancyjune
occupancy o ccupancyjune June 1St Hotel open from froirune
June J une 25th to September soth sothFor 30thFor 3othFor
For rates and information address D DJones
C Jones Manager B O Building Dulldin DulldinBaltimore
Baltimore B Md After that time Deer Dee
Park P ark Garrett County Md MdWINTER MdM MdM
M a WINTER WIITTERBBOS BEOS BEOSBREWING BROSBREWING
BREWING CO COMICH COMICUA1IJ COICIIAS1
MICUA1IJ M MICH ICIIAS1 ABL WINTER A C LUOlfAlHrItTBIL LUOlfAlHrItTBILlOIIldont I > I Id KM HIST IL
MW President SetirettirM Sertur SerturQLrnriu
WqurnAVd WQLIO W QLrnriu < NO WXHTBII Aioift troi WiMrt 1 flI1WI It
VieD Prasidaiit Preeld t Jroftflursr
WM Vu F JlANO Superintendent Superlutondant2st Superintendentusl Sizperlntondnt2st
2st and Josephine Jose lzine streets streetsPITTSBURG streetsPITTSBURG slreelsPITTSBURG
PITTSBURG PA PAURKHARDT PABURKHARDT
BURKHARDT BURKHARDTBREWING URKHARDT URKHARDTBREWING
BREWING CO COParker COInrkel COParker
Parker and anitSiation Station Sis SisBOSTON SI SisBOSTON II IIBOSTON
BOSTON MASS MASSALTIMORE MASSBALTMORE
BALTMORE ALTIMORE AND OHIO It JAIL JAILROAD l AIL AILROAD AT ATROAD L
ROAD ROADSchedule ROADSohedule ROADSchedule
Schedule In effect NOV 14 197 197Leave LsD1LeaveVauhlngton iiTLeave
Leave LeaveVauhlngton Washington from btatlon come
Now Tersoy avtuuonml avenue and 0 Otreet OtreetFor street itreetFor streetFor
For Chicago and Northwest Vettlbulad tIn Un LI
Itcd l ied trains 1105 1135 a m805 in 505 p m
For Cincinnati St Lou Louis Louis mill Indianapolis Indlanapollgoxprou Indianapolisexpro3IIo 10
oxprou o 1136 am Vestibule Vestlb u 1111 Limited S40 S40p 140p L Lp 40
p m express ilW5pm 1155pm1or
For Plttebursr Pltt burg and Cleveland ClovnndxirS ixiivm 1 fy I Ia
llOB B m and 850 p pm pmForCoiumbusToIodo m mFor mFOIColumbusTolodo
For FOIColumbusTolodo Columbus Toledo a d Detroit 1158 nm or
For Winchester and Way Stations t81OO t81OOam + 8100 8100am 8ic 8icam
am 1310 t0 t ao pm pmFor pmFol pinlfor
For New Orleans Memphis Birmingham a
Gbattiinooim ChattsnaKnoxvhlb KnoxvlUo Bilatolnud itounol Uounoke 0
900 9 01 p pm m dolly daUYiBleellwr Hlcopliior Cars through throu h
For ForLurayb40 Luray LurariJO 340 pm P m dally dallyX121Q
For dfltlmore its Itlinore weokday week Say JI5U61JOa1O x71 710 710x130 0
x130 JS00300l swsao x9301 xD30 xioco 1000 m x12 a12oo 1 5 m n nai21
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pm pmsnd end 1201 nigh t Sunday t < lIndlll iinliy x700 xTO xT10 730 7 10
830 8 80 r DIOO 00 a m ml xlSl0115 xiii 215 feo 120 0 Jrti0 320 435 435For 4 J
15 XI5II 05 D ZLIO O 6uu 6151 x8u x8Ub xllxJ 1115 xll50 P pi pizliOL In
zliOL d OI night nightFor nlghiFo
Fo For Annapplts 710 and 83o a m 430 4 30 i
530 D m Sundays 830 a m and 135 35 P n m
For ForFredsrlokweclc 1rederlok week days 80011211 8QO11mam4Z am 3 <
530 5 3Q pm p Tn I uniliiya wlIlysI100 000 OO am liopm III pm
ForHagei For For11ageani JIagetsw uiintl0flOumtBap 11 tIOOI tlOOSamt5iOp am tl5tlo in
For lloyd nnl Way vay PI Point > lnt week claY8 iiuy 8 8mL 8itti
itti mL 430 aI rio 1M p m flundays UOJ om an
116 10 703 O5 p n nFor DFor UFor
For Galthoraburi 00 thdthorsburit PI tborsburR and Way Points week week1aJS weck8Y80 we weIY
1aJS IY 8Y80 800 000 a m ia60 318 43U 31116311 535 58lSnm 705
U39 pm Sundays LOC a m 115 l1 48il706 1100
1015 pm pmICor pmirot
ICor Washington Junction and way points point u
800 ogj5 a m m1 t30 30 650 3O p m week days Ooo am aXi 2
115 p u Sundays SundaysBOYAI jundaysDOYAL undayeUOYAL
BOYAI BJLUB LINE LINEFOB FOB NEW W WAll YOUK
PHILA PHILAAll PHILAAll
All trnlll8l11umlnawd trains Illuminated with plntsoh lights
Mar Philadelphia New York YorklIoston Uoston und the ti e
Hut week woe days 70S 1 O 8 8O CO 1000 10 > O am 1208110 1208110all 1106 12OStl 113 113nil 15 15all
all Dlnlnsr Cars 800 IJ abc 806 1501 Dining Car Ce
ILLOL LiOL L Ol night Sleeping Cur open at 1000 1000c 1000cdock 10 10utock r11
cdock c clock Sundays 70S 7O 9 00 iOu o a to 116 Dining Dint ig
Cm Can 300 3 Oc 505 Dining DIn DinIng ogo Car Carl llftol I uiol night nIgt It It81pIng
Sleeping car open 10 pm p m Ad d Illional trains tr li 15
for Philadelphia blladelpbla week days dally 800 pm 1
Ituffet Parlor Can on all day trains
Ior IorAtIantio Atlantic City 1000 a am m 1S05 2O6 noon 118 118und 11lund 1 18 18and
und 300 pm weekdays 8undaysU SundaysUGO < K > am nmor
For or Cape Ca pe Kay ay I2 1106 a noon noont noonSxcept I It
t except Sunday Daily Sunday only onl onlxExprl18S
xExpress trains tralnaRigKittfB trainsl1l1Kuge trains13iggtge
RigKittfB l1l1Kuge called for and checked from hot ill illand II IIand i iusldences
and residences Glldenoes bytbe Union TransferCooni i
Join len left at ticket offices 61 Pa 1 > 11 arc av Nil Ni
York ave n ve and Fifteenth street and at Depot DepotH Depotww
ww H f BGUEENE BGUEENEMunaner ltBENB D B MARTIN MAJITINpLEISGHMANNS
1111 Munaner Dnller Mzr lrr P Piu o Tra Tralilo la laF
pLEISGHMANNS pLEISGHMANNSVEGETABLE F LEISCHMANNS LEISCHMANNSVEGETABLE S
COMPRESSED COMPRESSEDlIAS VEGETABLE VEGETABLECOMPRESSED YEAST YEASTHAS YEA
HAS NO EQUAL EQUALThe EQUAlLrhe
The Ebbitt EbMttWASHINGTON EbbittWASHINGTON EbbittWASHINGTON I I
WASHINGTON DC DCAYiii D DC4trn1y C CArJl11
AYiii ArJl11 y and NaTj Headquarters HeadquartersEight IleadquartcrsEight headquartersEight
Eight Iron Fire Escapes EscapesH EscapesHCBURCH
H HCBURCH HCBURCHSOHADE C BURCH MGR MGRIOUIS MGRIOUIS
IOUIS SOHADE SOHADEATTORNEY SOHADElTTORNEY SOHADEFLTrORNEYAND
ATTORNEY FLTrORNEYAND AND COUNSELOR Al AlLAW A1LAW A 1 1LAW
LAW LAWK LAWOPPU804 LAWOiin8o4
OPPU804 K 8o E Street StreetROPOSALS StreetPROPOSALS
ROPOSALS WILL BE RE REcetved REceived RI 1
PROPOSALS RIOs
ceived at the Bureau of Supplies Suppliesmr Suppliesand Suppli Suppliand Os
and Accounts mr Navy DepartmentWash DepartmentWashinllton v vinton I In
layton D C until ia oclock noon noonAugust noonAugust noo n
August i 1898 fgS and publicly opened openedimmediately openedimmediately openu openuimmediately d
immediately thereafter to lurnisbatthe lurnisbattheNavy furnish at the theNayy ii I INavy
Navy Yard Washington D C a quan quantity quantity qua quatity ¬
tity of stationary ingot copper pig tin tinslab tfi tfislab
slab cine inc white lead red lead linseed linseedoil linseedoil unset unsetoil
oil turpentine Japan drier salsoda and andsoap andsoap ar arsoap
soap Blank proposals will be furnished furnishedupon urnlshedupon urnlshc d dupon
upon application to the Navy Yard YardWashington YardWasl1lolton Yar YarWashington
Washington D C or to the Bureau BureauUDWIN Bureau1DWIN l3urea l3ureaIDwzH
UDWIN STEWART TZWAKT Paymaster General GeneralUsN
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NORTH N ORTH GERMAN LLOYD LLOYDRegular LLOYDRegular
Regular RegularST15ABISHI RegularSTEUUSIlI RegularSTIlflSitt
ST15ABISHI F 1 COMMUNICATION COMMUNICATIONBetween CO 1M IMUNIthLTIONBetween UN 10111 ON ONBetween
Between BetweenBaltimore BetweenBaltimore BetweenBaltimore
Baltimore and Bremen BremenThe
The following steamers of the North Northrman
German Ge rman Lloyd first class in all their theirappointments tbelraplolntments theirrolntments
appointments ap rolntments of ofooo 5000 to 6000 tons run runregularly runregularly rungularly
regularly re gularly as aslollows aslollowsFROM follows followsFROM ollowsFROM
FROM BALTIMORE BALTIMOREMaria BJLTI BALTIMOREaria IORE IORElUnrla
Maria M aria Kickmera KickmeraWednesday IUcklUersWednesday RiekanersWednesday
Wednesday Aug 10 102 a pm pmMuonolicu pmlUuenohcn
Muonolicu MuonolicuWednesday lUuenohcnWednesClay
Wednesday Aug 17 2 pm pmElizabeth pmElizilbeth pmizabeth
Elizabeth El izabeth Illclctncra IllclctncraWednesday IUokmcrsWednesday itlokanereWednesday
Wednesday Aug 24 2 2pin 2pinolan pm pmRoland pmROlnnl
Roland R olan ii
Wednesday Augsr Aug3rz a pm pmffilleliad pmWlIIclmd pmWhiJehind
ffilleliad ffilleliadWednesday WlIIclmdWednesday WhiJehindWednesday
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Murla M aria lllclcmiis lllclcmiisWednesday 1110118Wednesday tickunisWednesday
Wednesday Sept 21 2 2 pm pmMuenchon pm pmJUucllohen pmVednesday
Muenchon MuenchonWednesday JUucllohenVednesday
Vednesday Sept 28 282 2 pm pmA pmA pmStamor
A Steamer SteamerWednesday StpnmcrWednesday StamorWednesday
Wednesday Oct 5 2 2 pm pmAnd pmAnd pmAnd
And thereafter thereafterweekly weekly weeklyemerS
The steamers emerS with a carry
P arry rry Cabin CablnRates
Passengers PassengersRates assengers assengersRates
Rates of o Cabin Ca i1l Passage PassageII
II I I Cabin to Bremen Breme 48 48Round tSRound 8 8Round
Round Trip from SB8o 8830 to 935 935Rates 9350 9350RI1t6S 935Rates
Rates of Steerage Passage PassageFrom PassagtFrom Passagerom
From F rom Baltimore to Bremen Bremenrom
From F rom Bremen to Baltimore Baltimoreound t 30 w
Round R ound 34
trip tickets from Baltimore
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Bremen and return 64 64ghad 6tFor 64For
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Pennsylvania Palatia Aug 6 6s g am
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Pennsylvania Sept 17 174 4 pm pmginST pmFIRST pinFIRST
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