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WASHINGTON D C DEC 24 a t898 1898Notice t898c t898Notice t898Notice
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Notice to SubHorl SubNeriMany bars barsMany bltr bltrMany
Many ol our subscribers have havereceived havereceived havereceived
received bills within the last lew lewwee lewweelcs fewweelcs
wee weelcs cs some ol whom have failed failedto failedo ailedto
to o remit The delinquents would wouldgreatly wouldgreatly wouldgreatly
greatly favor us if they would re respend respond respond
spond the coming week weekWorkmen weekVorkmen weekWorktuen
Workmen Against 1t11l8t Annexation AnnexationAt AnnexationAt nnexatlonAt
At a meeting of the Anti AntiImper AntiImperialistic Antilrnperlalistic Imper Imperialistic ¬
ialistic League Lea ue held in Boston this thisweek thisweek thisweek
week congratulations were ex extended extended ectended ¬
tended to the American Federation Federationof
of Labor for its resolutions to in instruct instruct instruct ¬
struct its executive officers Ito to use useall useall useall
all honorable measures to secure securethe securethe securethe
the defeat oi legislation tending tendingtowards tendangtowards tendingtowards
towards annexation and imperial imperialII imperialism imperialism
ism
II 113 poorlsj poorlsjAlter loorlsJAlter pocr1NAlter
Alter 35 3 years yearsofpeaceand of peace and after afterthe afterthe afterthe
the bones of the fallen Confederates Confederateshave Confederateshave Con1eerateshave
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have turned into ashes and most mostof mostof mostof
of the Southern men who sur survived survived survived ¬
vived the battles have died many manyin manyin manyIn
in In misery it is a disgusting sptc sptccacle SptCcaele spccacle
cacle for McKinley and his follow following followin followin ¬
ing in of Southern place seekers to totalk totalk totalk
talk now lor political purposes purposesabout purposesabout purposesabout
about ornamenting the Confeder Confederate COl1federate Cofederate ¬
ate graves etc etcThe etcThe etcThe
The war between the North and andSouth andSouth andSouth
South closed in 1865 i86 It need not notbe notbe notbe
be closed now nowllepresentatlve no noltelre nowItelresentatlve
llepresentatlve ltelre 8ntaUe WIiiiaiiiof Ulllnuiis Ulllnuiisot IIIIIUIIII
ot Mississippi a Democratic mem member member mernbern ¬
ber ol the Foreign Affairs Com Committee Committee Cornmittee ¬
mittee delivered one ot the best bestspeeches bestspeeches bestspeeches
speeches against the new Imper Imperialistic ImIJerialistic Imperialistic ¬
ialistic policy heard on the floor floorthis t100rthis floorthis
this session sessionMr sessionMr sessionMr
Mr Williams took advantage advanta e of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the latitude allowed in debate while whilein whilein whilein
in Committee of the Whole to tomake tomake tomake
make his argument against the an annexation annexation annexation ¬
nexation of the Philippines We Wecongratulate Wecongratulate
I Icongratulate
congratulate the gentleman upon uponais uponI uponlis uponis I
ais lis is magnificent ma l1ificent effort The speech speechbrought speechbrought speechbrought
brought out some vital points and andwill andwill andwill
will greatly aid the Democracy in intheir intheir intheir
their historic fight against a ainst the an annexation annexation annexation ¬
nexation ol this heterogeneous heterogeneouspeople heterogeneouspeople heterogeneouspeople
people
Tile GennaalVeus GennaalVeuswhich Germam Gerinar1reiswhich Irells Irellswhich
which is on record against the new newexpansion newexpansion newexpansion
expansion policy of oftbe the Presidents Presidentsprints Presidentsprints Presidentsprints
prints the thefollowing following this week weekIt weekIt weekIt
It is isawellknown a well known fact that the theGermanAmericans theGermanAmericans theGermanAtnericans
GermanAmericans throughout throughoutthe
the whole land are deadly opposed opposedto
to the new policy ot the Adminis Administration Administration Adminisration ¬
tration and nd consequently thou thousands thouS1Dds thous3nds ¬
sands of those who voted for or Mr MrMcKinley MrMcKinlev MrMcKinley
McKinley and sound money in inJ895
1896 turned their backs to him himand himand himand
and his party in the last Congres Congressional Congressional Congressional ¬
sional election The Republican Republicanpoliticians Republicanpoliticians Republicanpoliticianslcnow
politicians politicianslcnow know this and especially especiallywas
was this felt in the Western States Stateswhere 5tateswhere Stateswhere
where the grand old party has hasalways ha3always hasalways
always had a firm grip on the theGerman theGerman theGerman
German Americans A remark remarkwhich remarkwhtch remarkwhich
which was recently recentl made by an aninfluential aninfluential aninfluential
influential Republican of Missouri Missourithat Missourithat Missourithat
that if the Republicans could couldonly couldonly couldonly
only shake of the German Germancitizens Germancitizensand citizens citizensand citizensand
and the Niggers in Missouri the theparty theparty theparty
party would be strngthened strngthenedseems str strngthenedseems ngthened ngthenedseems
seems to us can be easily reme remedied remedied remedied
died As regards the Germans Germansthey Jermansthey ermans ermansthey
they are leaving leavin your standard standardnow standardnow standardnow
now and you OU only have to make makethis makethis makethis
this request Mr McKinley and andthey andthey andthey
they will leave you for all time to tocome tocome tocome
come The negroes you may b bable be beable bable
able to use advantageously in our ournew ournew ournew
new colonies and so you y you u see you youcan youcan youcan
can easily be S helpedS helped helpedSenator helpedSenator helpedSenator
Senator Morgan Morganof Morganof lorZlnof
of Alabama with whom the editor editorof editoro editorof
of o the SENTINEL ENTINlL has had a per personal p personal r rsonal ¬
sonal acquaintanceship for or many manyyears man manyears manyyears
years will excuse us i it we express expressa
a doubt about his title as a Demo Democrat Democrat Democrat ¬
crat His annexation policy is iseverything iseverything iseverything
everything but Democracy It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was bad enough to annex annexHawaii annexy annexHawaii
Hawaii without a word of consent consentfrom consentirom consentrom
y
from rom the immense majority of the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people The manner in which the theDole theDole theDole
Dole Government got possession possessionof PO sutilon sutilonof
of the islands is well known and andwill andwill andwill
will always be a black spot on the theAmerican theI theAmerican theAmerican I
American escutcheon Atanyrate Atanyrateit Atany rate rateit rateit
it was not Democratic The peo people peaie peoie ¬
ple > ie ol those islands have been beenrobbed beenrobbed beenrobbed
robbed of their government and andare andlre andare
are ruled now by an oligarchy of ofless ofless ofless
less than two per cent of its popu population population population ¬
lation upheld by American bay bayonets bayonetsand bayonetsand ¬
onets onetsand and all to benefit the sugar sugarsyndicate sugarsndicate sugarsyndicate
syndicate and a handful of robber robberdescendants robberdescendants robberdescendants
descendants ol puritanical Amen American Arnedcan Amencan ¬
can missionaries missionariesSenator missionariesenator missionariesSenator
Senator enator Morgans position in re regard reo reoE3rd regard ¬
gard to the Philippines is still stillworse stillworse stiltworse
worse In fact he he tries triC very hard hardto hardto hardto
to become the McKinley of th thDemocratic thDemocratic thS
S Democratic party He labors and andvotes andvotes andvotes
votes with the worst enemies ol olthe 01the ofthe
the Democratic party and it is ismisnomer a aminomcr amisnomer
misnomer to call him still a Dem Democrat Democrat Democrat ¬
ocrat ocratWe
We part with the Senator Sell 1 or in sor sorrow sorrow sonrow
row He used to be a good oDd Dem Democrat Democrat Dernocrat ¬
ocrat and the SENTINEL has often oftenspoken oftenspoken oftenwnken
spoken in commendation of him himWhen bimWhen himWZien
When the evil consequences ol the thepolicy thepolicy thepolicy
policy he and McKinley are fol following 101lowin lollowing ¬
lowing lowin will have ruined the Republica Republica Repub Republie
lie lica a large standing army will al always always always
ways do it itthen then he will be re regarded reo reogarded regarded ¬
garded and stamped as asa a ti t tiaitor after to toliberty toliberty toliberty
liberty Alas then it will bn bl b too toolate toolate toolate
late to amend the theevil evil he has done doneto doneto doneto
to his country
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Stop the War WarThere YarThere VnrThere
There will be no peace if Mr MrMcKtnleys MrMcKlnleys Mr1cKLnleys
McKtnleys annexation policy is isadopted isadopted isadopted
adopted In order to control our ourcolonies outcolonies ourcolonies
colonies we shall need an army armyof armyof armyofatirast
of ofatirast at Uast Jr ast zooooomen 2QO000 men One hun hundred hundred hundred ¬
dred thousand will not do If we weshould weshould weshould
should let Cuba and the Philip Philippines Phitippines Philippines ¬
pines govern themselves we could coulddischarge coulddischarge coulddischarge
discharge our volunteers who all allare allare allare
are clamouring to come home homeand homeand homeand
and abolish our war taxes The Thepeople Thepeople Thepeople
people ot the Pnilippines would wouldrepay wouldrepay wouldrepay
repay us the twenty millions millionswe
we have to pay to Spain under the theParis theParis theParis
Paris treaty and that would relieve relieveour relieveour relieveour
our war indebtedness We might mightkeep mightkeep mightkeep
keep some coalinc stations on onthese onthese onthese
these Islands and extend our good goodwishes goodwishes goodwishes
wishes and protection against out outsiders outsiders outsiders
siders to tothe the Islanders and especi especially especially especially ¬
ally when the SpanishCuban SpanishCubanbondholders SpanishCubanbondhold SpanishCubanbondholders
bondholders bondhold rs might threaten Cuba Cubafor Cubafor Cubafor
for payment paymentBut paymentBut paymentBut
But we apprehend that the theCuban theCuban theCuban
Cuban bondholders are the cause causethat causethat causethat
that Mr McKinley treats the theCuban theCuban theCuban
Cuban people with disdain and anddenies anddenies
denies them every particle ot otsellgovernment otsellgovernment ofselfgovernment
sellgovernment that he sends
50000 soldiers at the expense expe nse of ofa ofa ofa
a couple of hundred millions to toCuba toCuba toCuba
Cuba and that the government governmentwhich governmentwhich governmentwhich
which he is going goin to establish and andsanction andsanction andsanction
sanction in Cuba will be under underthe underthe underthe
the control of ofthe the bondholders ard ardsyndicates ardsyndicates ardsyndicates
syndicates forming now at Havana Havanaand Havanaand Havanaand
and Porto Rico RicoWhat RicoVhat RicoWhat
What business has Mr MtKin MtKinIcy MtKinley MKinIcy
Icy to run this country into enor enormous enormous enormous ¬
mous debts and increase the war wartaxes wartaxes wartaxes
taxes and they will have to be in increased increased increased ¬
creased if his policy is pursued pursuedand pursuedand pursuedand
and impoverish especially the mil millions millions millions
lions of tax payers the he middle and andpoorer andpoorer andpoorer
poorer classes who pay the taxes taxeswhilst taxeswhilst taxeswhilst
whilst taking good care to exempt exemptthe exemptthe exemptthe
the millionaires syndicates trusts trustsi trustsin trustsin
i in other words the rich people peoplefrom poplefrom peoplefrom
from paying their share of taxation taxationthrough taxationthrough taxationthrough
through an income tax taxMo taxNo taxo
Mo o that annexation policy must mustbe mustbe mustbe
be stopped We do not want to tohave tohave tohave
have a standing army of hundreds hundredsof
of thousands and under the an annexation ann annexation ¬
nexation n xation policy we must have it itOur itOur itOur
Our military militar and nd naval expenses expensesare expensesare expensesare
are even now larger than any of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the European countries countriesDown countriesDown countriesDown
Down with the traitors and up upwith upwith upwith
with the old flag fla 1 Not that flag flagwhich flagwhich flagwhich
which conquers people like the thePhilippinos thePhilippinos thePhilippinos
Philippinos who never have done doneus doneus doneus
us any harm That flag will not notfly notfly notfly
fly over slaves and vandals vandalsTwo vandalsu vandalsTwo vandalstwo
u
Two Barrels on Tai TaiSenator TnlSenator TipSenator >
Senator Stewart ol Nevada has hasmade hasmade hasmade
made a discovery He says there thereis thereis thereistreachery
is treachery in his camp He Hewould Hewouldlike would wouldlike wouldlike
like to know how a man can com commit commit cornmit ¬
mit himselt one way and then vote voteanother voteanother voteanother
another without having a guilty guiltyconscience guiltyconscience guiltyconscience
conscience conscienceThe conscienceThe conscienceThe
The Senator is a candidate for lorreturn forreturn or orreturn
return to the Senate and by the theuse tbeue theuse
use of ofthe the most mostpowerful powerful argument argumentknown argu argumentknown ment mentknown
known to mankind he succeeded succeededin
in having a resolution passed by bythe bythe bythe
the Nevada Silver Convention Conventionpledging Conventionpledging Conventionpledging
pledging the alliance a11i 1Dce support to tohim tohim tohim
him
Representative Repre entative Francis G New Newlands Newlands Newlands
lands of Nevada was a member memberot
ot that convention and voted for forthis forth forthis
this th is resolution but this fact act has hasnot hasnot hasnot
not precluded him from announc announcing announcin announcing ¬
ing in his candidacy for or Senator SenatorStewarts SenatorStewarts SenatorStewarts
Stewarts seat Senator Stewart Stewartsays Stewartsays Stewartsays
says he is willing to pay a liberal liberalreward liberalreward liberalreward
reward to any person who will tell tellhim tellhim tellhim
him how the actions of Mr New Newlands Newlands Newlands
lands can be reconciled reconciledMeanwhile reconciledMeanwhile reconciledMeanwhile
Meanwhile Mr Newlands isgo isgoinglright is go goingright o oingrifht
inglright along using powerful powerfularguments powerfularguments powerfularguments
arguments with the Nevada legis legislators legislators legislators ¬
lators The Senator willleave for forCarson forCarson or orCarson
Carson in a few ew days The out outlook outlook outlool ¬
look < for the Nevada legislators is isrosy isrosy isrosy
rosy as both the Stewart barrel barreland barreland barreland
and the Newlands barrel are to be besetup beset beset
setup set up and tapped tappedNo
No J Junket to tl Went eot IndUH IndUHSenator IndlfHSenator lad ladSenator
Senator Proctors plan to look lookover lookover lookover
over some sugar plantations in inCuba inCuba inCuba
Cuba at Uncle Sams expense has hastailed haslailed hasfailed
tailed Late last week the Senator Senatorpresented Senatorpresented Senatorpresented
presented a resolution providing providingfor
for the appointment ol five Sen Senators Senators Senators ¬
ators to tojunket junket to Cuba and Porto PortoRico PortoRico PortoRico
Rico and ostensibly investigate investigatethe in vesti ate atethe
the social political poli lical financial mili military military miiitary ¬
tary and other conditions of the theislands theIslands theislands
islands He greased the machin machinery machinery macbincry ¬
ery in the Contingent Expense KxpenseCommittee ExpenseCommittee ExpenseCommittee
Committee and it turned out the theresolution theresolution theresolution
resolution with a favorable report reportSenator reportSenator reportSenator
Senator Gallinger brought brou bt it into intothe intothe intothe
the Senate and tried to secure im immediate immediate immediate ¬
mediate consideration Senator SenatorHale SenatorHale SenatorHale
Hale who does not believe in the theGovernment theGovernment theGovernment
Government paying the freight freightobjected freightobjected freightobjected
objected The resolution went wentover wentov wentover
over ov r another attempt was made to toget toget toget
get it up and Hale objected again againWednesday a againWednesday ain ainWednesday
Wednesday Senator Daniel took tookup tookup tookup
up the fight where Gallinger lelt leltoff leltoff leftoff
off Hale again interposed an ob objtction o ojtction ohjcction
jtction The roll was called and andeight andeiht andeight
eight Senators voted to take the theresolution theresolulion theresolution
resolution up while thirty opposed opposedit
it Five l ve ol the eight expected to tobe tobe tobe
be on the commission When WhenSenator WhenSenator WhenSenator
Senator Proctor saw how the vote votewas votewu Votewa
was wa going eoin his face was a fine study studyin studyin studyin
in dejection dejectionCOKGRES dejectionCOKGRzsadjourned dejectionCooRsadjourned
COKGRzsadjourned COKGRES adjourned Wednesday Wednesdaylor
lor the holiday recess The House Househas Househall Househas
has done much more work t an anusual anusual anusual
usual at the beginning be inning of the short shortsession shortsession shortsession
session It has perfected four of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the great appropriation bills and andsent andt andsent
sent t them to the Senate If equal equaldiligence equaldiligence equaldiligence
diligence prevails preva ls in January and andFebruary andFebruary andFebruary
February there need be none of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that hurry at the end ol the th session sessionwhich sessionwhicl1 sessionwhich
which is usually so fruitlul of ofharm ofiarm
harm iarm
i J
t
THE T E TX ON BEER BEERMr BEER31r BEERMr
Mr Ucrencr Answers tile Phtlailel Phtlailelphta 1iit1i1e1VhIt hl1adetphi
phta phi Lietlirnr LietlirnrEditor LcdlotlnEditor LcdgnrEditor
Editor Pub Pu6Hc He Ledzer LtdserSir LedzerSir LedzerSir
Sir Your editorial Brewer Want Wantto Wantto Wantto
to Escape War Tax published in the thePublic thePublic thePublic
Public Ledger of December 9 1898 is isbased isbased Isbased
based upon erroneous premises and andinaccurate andinaccurate andInaccurate
inaccurate statistical information informationBoth InformationBoth InformationBoth
Both require correction The brewers brewersdo brewersdo brewersdo
do not want to escape the war tax taxthey taxthey taxthey
they wish to be relieved of a war tax tarsuperimposed taxsuperlmoosed taxsuperimposed
superimposed upon a war tax Ever Eversince Eversince Eversince
since 1862 they have borne the original originalwar orl originalwar inal inalwar
war tax taxalthough although the plethoric condition conditionof
of the Federal Treasury warranted the thepolicy thepolicy thepolicy
policy of a steady contraction of the theinternal IheInternal theinternal
internal revenue system simultaneously simultaneouslywith simultaneouslywith simultaneouslywith
with a considerable reduction of the thenational thenational thenational
national debt And it is a fair criterion criterionol
ol their patriotism patriotismwhich which you seem seeminclined seeminclined seeminclined
inclined to belittle by an untenable untenablecomparison untenablei untenablecomparison
i comparison with the alleged contrary contraryattitude contraryattitude contraryattitude
attitude ot English brewers brewersthat that the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American brewers at their own expense expenseprepared expenseprepared expenseprepared
prepared and submitted to the Govern Government Government Governmnent ¬
ment that perfect system ol collection collectionwhich collectionwhich collectionwhich
which is still in force today Nor did didthey didthey didthey
they protest against reasonable import importduties Importduties importduties
duties upon all raw materials used by bythem bythem bythem
them They knew as all authorities authoritiesupon authoritiesupon authoritiesupon
upon economic economlcquestions questions knew that the thetax thetax thetax
tax of ofz 1 was up to the uttermost limit limitof limitor limitoftherevenuestandard
of oftherevenuestandard the re revenue venue standard but their traffic trafficwas trafficwas trafficwas
was not then burdened with rith additional additionalmunicipal addltionllmumclpal additionRimunicipal
municipal and State taxes in the lorm lormof lormof lomniof
of license fees feesYour feesYour feesYour
Your allusion to our statement of the thecondition thecondition thecondition
condition of the trade would be more moretorcibleifit morelorcible moreiorcible
torcibleifit lorcible ir it were less incorrect The Theadditional Theadditional Theadditional
additional wiir taxofji tax of ofz 1 was superim superimposed superimposed superhmnposed ¬
posed upon the old war tax when the thebrewing thebrewing thebrewing
brewing industry had begun to decline declineUp declineUp declineUp
Up to 1891 the average annual increase increasein
in the production of malt liquors liquorsamounted Jiquorsamounted liquorsamounted
amounted to 1000 oco carrels this was wasjustly wasjustly wasjustly
justly considered a natural growth growthUnburdened growthUnburdened growthUnburdenedby
Unburdened Unburdenedby by excessive local taxa taxation taxation taxation ¬
tion the total production at the rate of ofincreas 01increas ofincrease
increas indicated above would have haveamounted haveamounted haveamounted
amounted to 39000 000 barrels In 1897 1897instead J897instead 1897instead
instead of ofthiat that it stood in that year yearbelow yearbelow yearbelow
below the production of 1893 i8 i c ebelow cbelow cbelow
below 34554i3i7 barrels barrelsHence barrelsHence barrelsHence
Hence the extra tax was imposed imposedupon imposedupon imposedupon
upon an industry already declining decliningunder decliningunder decliningunder
under tax burdens exceeding very veryconsiderably veryconsiderably veryconsiderably
considerably the uttermost limit of the therevenue therevtnue therevenue
revenue standard Neither invidious invidiousnor Invidiousnor invidiousnor
nor unfounded comparisons can canoverthrow canoverthrow canoverthrow
overthrow these facts factsYou factsYou factsYou
You state that the English brewers brewersat
at their annual banquet cheered Sir SirMichael SirMichael SirMichael
Michael Hickslleachs utterance to the theeffect theeffect theeffect
effect that it the countrys wellare wellarerequired wellarerequired wehlarerequired
required extraordinary sacrifices the thebrewers thebrewers thebrewers
brewers would cheerfully bear their theirshare Ihelrshare theirshare
share of extra burdens The American Americanbrewers Americanbrewers Americanbrewers
brewers used precisely the same terms termsin termsIn termsin
in their memorial to the Ways and andMeans andMeans andMeans
Means Committee at the outbreak of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Spanish American war and Con Congressman Congressman Congressman ¬
gressman Grosvenor had the fairness to toadmit toadmit toadmit
admit that no other Industry evinced evincedas
as much patriotism as the brewers see seeCongressional seecongressional seeCongressional
Congressional Record April 29 1898 1898page 1898page r8gSpage
page 4826 but he omitted to state that thatthe thRtthe thatthe
the countrys honor being at stake the thebrewers thebrewers thebrewers
brewers declared their willingness to tobear tobear tobear
bear a proportionate part of the extra extraordinary extraordinary extraordinary ¬
ordinary expenditures if the taxing taxin of ofall ofall ofallotherindustiiesshouldfaUto
all allotherindustiiesshouldfaUto other industties Industl ies should fail to produce producethe ploducethe producethe
the needed revenue Not one third thirdol thirdollhe thirdof
ol ollhe theavailaole the availacle revenue sources resorted resortedto
to In 186265 186265have have been made use of but butthe butthe butthe
the beer tax was increased by b over moo 100per JOOper mooper
per cent Do you Mr Editor know knowof knowof knowof
of an instance in the history of any anycountry anycountry anycountry
country in the world where the tax upon upona
a declining industry has been doubled doubledat
at one stroke strokeYou strokeYou strokeYou
You state that the English brewers brewerspay brewuspay brewerspay
pay 60000000 excise on 35000000 35000000barrels 35000000barrels oooooo oooooobarrels
barrels of beer bui you do not state statethat statethat statethat
that an English barrel contains 36 36imperial 36impenal 6 6imperial
imperial gallons while an American Americanbarrel Americanbarrel Americanbarrel
barrel contains only 26 26M such gallons gallonsequal scallonsequal gallonsequal
equal to 31 3134 American gallons the theimperial theImpenal theimperial
imperial being to the American gallon gallonPS
PS i 0 to 8331 that is to say that the theEnglish IheEOllIsh theEnglish
English brewer pays about 162 on 36 36imperial 36Imperial 36imperial
imperial gallons while the American Americanbrewer Americanbrewer Americanbrewer
brewer pays 1 > 2 on 26 imperial gallons gallonsor
on or in American gallons the American Americanbrewer Americanbrewer Americanbrewer
brewer pays 2 tax on 3J i4 American Americangallons Americangallons Americangallons
gallons omitting municipal and State Statetaxation Statetaxallon Statetaxation
taxation while the English brewer pays paysonly paysonly paysonly
only 1 > 117 17 on 31 3134 American gallons allons Is Isit Isit Isit
it to be understood that to the thebrewer Ihebrewer thebrewer
brewer patriotism should mean passive passivesubmission passivesubmission passIvesubmission
submission to an aggregate Federal FederalState FederalState FederalState
State and municipal tax burden burdenamounting buedenamountmg burdenamounting
amounting to 50 o per cent of the value valueot valueof
ot his product while to any other citizen citizenit
it means eagerness to uphold the honor honorol honorof
ol our country no matter at what cost costprovided costprovided costprovided
provided that somebody else foots the thebill thebill thebill
bill billYou
You state that thatat thatatthebrewers at the brewers meeting meetinga meetin meetina
a capital of 500000000 oocooooo was represented representedIt
It you would consult the last Census and andthe andthe andthe
the report of the Federal Cotnmlssoner Commissionerof CotnmlssonerofLabor
of ofLabor Labor 1898 you would find that your yourfigures yourfigures yourfigures
figures exceed the official offi lal data by about about6o
60 per cent 300000000 300000000Very 300000000Very 3ooooooooVery
Very respectfully respectfullyC
C W BERQNER BERQNERPresident BERONERPrellideut BISRONERPresident
President U S Brewers Association AssociationPhiladelphia AssoclallonPhiladl1phla AssociationPhiladlphIa
Philadelphia Pa Dec 19 1893 1893AT 1898AT 893 893AT
AT THE THEATRES THEATRESA
A the New National Theater com commencing commencing comrnmencing ¬
mencing with a Christmas Matinee the theNew theNew theNew
New York ork Casinos justly celebrated celebratedbeauty celebratedbeauty celebratedbeauty
beauty show will be the attraction attractionThe attractlunThe attractionThe
The success of The Telephone Girl Girlin GirlIs Girlis
Is partly due to the tact that the enter entertainment entertalnment entertainment
tainment is completely characteristic characteristicof characteristicofthe
of ofthe the Casino in point of archness of ofmoif ofmO ofmoi
moif mO moi lf and ensemble and moreover in inprodigality 111prodll inprodighty
prodigality prodll litv of ofcolor color and material In the thestage theIIteKe thestage
stage presentation The production at atleaat atleallt atleast
least offers two novelties that may mayperhaps mayperhaps mayperhaps
perhaps be regarded as asmnovations mnovations in inCasino InCGsino inCasino
Casino methods one being beln the wholly whollyfeminine whollyfeminine whollyfeminine
feminine complexion of the chorus and andthe andthe andthe
the other the long Ion skirted garmentry o oits Of Ofitl oits
its corps de ballet In the first named namedparticular l1amedparlicular namedparticular
particular altos are made to take the theplace theplace theplace
place of the male voices and in the thesecond tbesecond thesecond
second respect the gaudy hues and andgraceful andgracerul andgraceful
graceful movements given to the adorn adorning adornIng adornlug ¬
ing raiments do not cause the observer observerto ob erver erverto
to regret the ibs I bHnce nce of the conven conventional conventlonal conventional ¬
tional tights and abbreviated habili habiliments habifiments ¬
ments mentsThe mentlThe mentsTh
The Th support that the stars Louis LoulsMann LoulsMannand Mann Mannand Mannand
and Clara Lipman receive from their theiraraociates theiraucclates theirassociates
associates in the cast prepossessing prepossessingchorus prepOMeMlngchorus prepossessingchorus
chorus and dances included together togetherwith toretherwllh togetherwith
with the th scenic framing of olha the whole wholecontributes wholeconlributes wholecontributes
contributes very effectively to the suc success sucI suecess ¬
cess of the diverting piece pieceThe pieceThe pieceThe
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The book is by Hugh Morton the themusic themusIc themusic
music by Gustave Kerker and it was wasstaged wasstaged wasstaged
staged by George W Lederer This Thisnoted Thisnoted Lhisnoted
noted trio has given the Casino the thegreatest theirealelt thegreateitsUcCestes
greatest greateitsUcCestes successes In Gay New York YorkThe YorkThe YorkThe
The Lady Slavey An American AmericanBeauty AmericanDeauty AmericanBeauty
Beauty The Belle ol New York and andYankee antiYankee andYankee
Yankee Doodle Dandy DandyTbe DandyThe DandyThe
The production is sent here with the U1ei thenwvT
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original company scenery properties propertiesand propertiesand
and In n complete CasUo outht outhtThe outhtThe outhtThe
The merry Christmas offering at the theColumbia theColumbia theColumbia
Columbia will wIlibe be that thatpopular popular comedian comedianRoland comedianRolmd comedianRoland
Roland Reed In Geo H Broadhursts Broadhurstsoriginal Broadhurstsoriginal Broadhurstsoriginal
original comedy The Wrong Mr MrWright MrWright MrWright
Wright The piece was presented presentedhere prelentedhere presentedhere
here last season and to say that it was wassuccessful wassuccessCul wassuccessful
successful is putting it mildly Mr MrReed MrReed MrReed
Reed will have the valuable assistance assistanceof assistanceoflhat assistanceofthat
of oflhat that delightful actress Miss Isador IsadorRush IsadorRush IsadorRush
Rush and a capable company of well wellknown wellknown wellknown
known actors The play abounds In Inhighly Inhighly Inhighly
highly amusing and complicated situa situations sltuatlons situations ¬
tions and the character which Mr Reed Reedportrays Reedportrays Reedportrays
portrays is built on different lines from fromanything fromanythmg fromanything
anything in which this comedian has hasappeared hasappeared hasappeared
appeared for a number of years yearsSeymour yearsSeymour yearsSeymour
Seymour Sites a 1 gay old boy oy from San SanFrancisco SanFrancisco SanFrancisco
Francisco who breaks out again after afterten arterten alterten
ten years vearsreCormatlon reformation is the congenial congenialrole congenialrole congenialrole
role in which Mr Reed finds himself himselfFor himselfFor hImselfFor
For ten years he has been noted not d for his hispenuriousness hl hlpenuriousness hispenuriousness
penuriousness but immediately upon uponmeeting uponmeeting uponmeeting
meeting Henrietta n female detective detectivehe ieteclivehe
he becomes smitten with her and gives givesway givesway givesway
way whereupon he spends money moneyIreely moneyIreely moneytreely
Ireely ana entertains in the most lavish lavishmanner lavishmanner lavishmanner
manner She mistakes him for the man manwho manwho manwho
who had forged Sites name to a check checkfor checkfor checkfor
for 50000 and lias him arrested for forrobbing Corrobbing forrobbing
robbing himself Henrietta has in the themeantime themeantime themeantime
meantime become greatly attached to toSites toSites toSites
Sites and alter she has caused his arrest arrestregrets arrestregrets arrestregrets
regrets her action and tries to induce inducehim indlcehim inducehim
him to escape All is finally satisfactorily satisfactorilyexplained satlsractorllyexplained satisfactorilyexplained
explained and the play ends hapolly hapollyRunning hapollyRunnanK hapollyRunning
Running through the play are several severalinteresting severalinteresting severalinteresting
interesting underplots and the story is istold istold istold
told in bright crisp dialogue The Thecharacters Thecharacters Thecharacters
characters are novel in construction and andwell andwell andwell
well carried out There will be bean an extra extramatinee extramatinee extramatinee
matinee on Christmas Day DayWashington DayWashington DayWashington
Washington is to have another pre premier premler premier ¬
mier This time it will be one of more morethan morethan morethan
than ordinary importance Importancethe the produc production productlon production ¬
tion of ofthe the muchtalked of Zaza at atthe atthe atthe
the Lafayette Square Opera House HouseIt HoUeIt HouseIt
It is David Belascos version of Simon Simonand Simonand Simonand
and Bertons celebrated five act play playwhich playwhich playwhich
which had a long run at the Theater Theaterdu TheaterduVau du duVaudeville duVaurleville
Vaudeville Vau < levllle Paris Charles Frohman Frohmanwill Frohmanwill Frobmanwill
will make the production and it itpromises itpromises itpromises
promises to be an exceedingly elaborate elaborateone el elaborateone borate borateone
one The title role will be bl played by byMrs bvIIrs byMrs
Mrs Leslie Carter and her supporting supportingcompany supportingcompany supportingcompany
company will be of extraordinary nu numerical numerical numerical ¬
merical strength and artistic excellence excellenceZaza excellpnceZaza excellenceZaza
Zaza is sad to have no prototype in inthe inthe inthe
the drama It is declared to be entirely entirelydifferent entirelydil1erent entirelydiflerent
different from any an play so far obtained obtainedfrom obtainedfrom obtainedfrom
from the French It has been likened to toCamille toCamllle toCamille
Camille but it ttcan can be stated that there thereis thereis thereis
is no similarity between the two twoZaza twoZaza twoZaza
Zaza came in the nature of a surprise surpriseto
to Paris It was put on hurriedly at the theTheater IheTheater theTheater
Theater du Vaudeville in consequence consequenceo
o the failure ot Sardous Pamela PamelaAs PamelaAs PamelaAs
As unexpected as was the non success successof successof successof
of the latter so was the triumph of ofZaza ofZaza ofZaza
Zaza In the nature of a managerial managerialmakeshift manaJerlalmakeshift managerialmakeshift
makeshift it immediately began be an to toattract toattract toattract
attract the themost most distinguished audiences audiencesand audiencesand audiencesand
and ran for over six months It was waswithdrawn waswithdrawn waswithdrawn
withdrawn last July but resumed in inSeptember InSeptember inSeptember
September at the same theater Mr MrDavid MrDavid MrDavid
David Belascos adaptation is said to tohave 10have tohave
have taken no liberties whatever with withthe withthe withthe
the story b t to tohaveclosely have closely idhered to tothe tothe tothe
the original H He believes that he has hasfound hasfound hasfound
found in Mrs Carter the best actress in inthe InIhe Inthe
the English En 1ish speaking language to play playthe playthe playthe
the heroine The Heart of Maryland Marylandwas
was first presented in Washington and anilwas andwas andwas
was a huge success Mr Belasco expects expectsthat expectsthat expectsthat
that this initial presentation her here o oZaza
Zaza will carry the same good fortune fortunewith fortunewith fortunewith
with it itThe itThe itThe
The versatility of Mr ONeills talent talentis
is never shown showno to better advantage advantJ e thn thnin thnIn th2nin
in his portrayal of Edmond Dantes in inMonte inMonte inMonte
Monte Cristo This Thlsseason season is ten years yearssince yearssince yearssince
since he made his first appearance in inthe inthe inthe
the now famous famouspartnnd part partanet and although he has hasplayed hasplayed hasplayed
played it over 3000 times he has never neveimissed nevermissed nevermissed
missed a performance Tuesday evening eveningonly evenin eveninonly eveningonly
only Mr ONeill will be b seen as Vir Virginus VirJinus Virginus
ginus James Sheridan Knowles Knowles1superb Knowlessuperb Knowlessuperb
superb tragedy 13 one of the strongest strongestever slrongestever strongestever
ever written and has always been beenchosen beenchosen beenchosen
chosen by the legitimate actors as one oneof oneof oneof
of the vehicles for the exhibition of true truedramatic truedramatIc truedramatic
dramatic and elocutionary powers powersThursday powersThursday powersThursday
Thursday evening and at the Saturday Saturdaymatinee Saturdaymatinee Saturdaymatinee
matinee the bill is When Greek reek Meets MeetsGreek lIeetsGreek MeetsGreek
Greek by Joseph Hatton The action actionoccurs actionoccurs actionoccurs
occurs at the time ot the French revo revolution revolutton revolution ¬
lution the theherobeing hero being a young aristocrat aristocratHenri aristocratHenri aristocratHenri
Henri du Fournier who closely resem resembles nsembles resembles ¬
bles his half brother Deputy Gre Grebauval Grebauval Grebauval
bauval both loving Mathilde daughter daughterot dau hler hlerot
ot the Duke de Louvet She gives givesher Jivcsher givesher
her hand to Henri but Grebauval Grebauvalprevents Grebauvalprevents Grebsuvalprevents
prevents their marriage bysending both bothto bothto bothto
to prison as enemies to the common commonwealth commonwealth commonwealth ¬
wealth Henri escapes and confront confronting confrontIng confronting ¬
ing his half hafbrother brother challenges him to toa 10a toa
a fight to the death the hero killing klll olC lib Misadversary libadversary iiisadversary
adversary after a thrilling thrillin combat combatThen combatThen combatThen
Then Henri promptly dons the cloths of ofthe orthe ofthe
the dead deputy and administers justice justicereleasing iuslicereleasing justicereleasing
releasing Mathilde from prison and andcarrying andcarrying andcarrying
carrying her away to safelY and friends friendsMonday trlendsMonday friendsMonday
Monday Wednesday Friday and andSaturday andSaturday andSaturday
Saturday evenings anJ at the Monday Mondayand Mondayand Mondayand
and Wednesday matinees Monte MonteCristo MonteCristo MonteCristo
Cristo will be played playedBEEWERYFOR playedBREWERY playedBREWERYFOIt
BEEWERYFOR BREWERY FOn SALE SALECHANCE SALECHANCE SALECHANCE
CHANCE FORAYOUNGMAN FORAYOUNGMANThe FORA FOR YOUNGMAN AYOUNGMANThe YOUNGMANThe
The Brewery f Is run by bysteam steam and is in ingood In2ood ingood
good order Buildings and cellars are areall areall areallofstone
all allofstone of stone A Abig big running runnln spring sprlD sup supplies supplies supplies ¬
plies a two inch pipe in the building bluldln bluldlnA
A nice dwelling barn etc attached attachedThere attachedThere attachedThere
There are 70 acres of land adjoining to togo togo
go with the brewery if desired < The Thebrewery ThebrewelV Thebrewery
brewery proper contains 12 acres acresCapacity acrerCapacity acresCapacity
Capacity ol kettle 25 barrels Sales from from6oo
600 to 700 oo barrels a year Can be beincreased beIncreased beincreased
increased to three tiues the amount in ina Ina ina
a short time by a good brewer Location Locationis
is the county seat ol a county in southern southernMinnesota southernMinnesota southernMinnesota
Minnesota Railroad connection by iwo iworoutes Iworoutes iworoutes
routes one from the Northwestein nand nandthe a and andthe andthe
the other Irom the Great Western the thetown Ihetown thetown
town is building up fast fastPrice fBstPrice fastPrice
Price for or brewery with 12 acres acresstock acresstockelc stock stocketc
etc 3ooo with all the land lanlllncluded included includedroooo
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A grand opportunity for a young youn younbrewer
brewer to establish a lucrative business businessCause bUllnessCause businessCause
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