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Danger Ilr In 1100 1100Yesterday 1000I
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Yesterday tho morning after rtr thn Senate Senatehad SOto SOtoI
Yeltrla thn llnnimlol bill In which whichthorn whichthlro
I had paused Innlrol bi
I thorn thlro la found r01111 a formal rormll declaration ddrton that thn thngold th tht
t gold old ilollar dolur Is If thn American Arprlln slumlord Itndnrll of ofvalue nrI
I value < alle thiTi tlr apiieiired conspicuous 10nlpl ul In th thcolumns thelumn8
elumn8 columns of our esteemed ftlIf1 Itepubllcan 1puhlknn con contornporary 101 101tJmpnar
tornporary tJmpnar of Philadelphia Ihladelphlo tho ltl V M this thischildish thl thlehldlsh
ehldlsh childish utterance utteranceThe uttronco uttroncoTh
The Th gold 101 standard lDda neotirr neotirrWe IOUI IOUIWe
We know of no amendment amendmtnt to tho Consti Constitution Cnst Cnstttlon ¬
tution ttlon of tho United Unltlll States State that con c by byany byay
possibility give truth to this state statement atatment ¬
any pOMlhlt 10
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ment ment It Is without foundation fonndaton of law and andIt nd ndIt
It Is I politically poltcol misleading ml l ndlnl and l therefore thereforedangerous thfrroro thfrrorodan
dangerous dangerousThe dan orous orousI
The financial 1111 boforeConRreBswlll add addnothing ad II IInthlnl
I fnlncI 11 brore COnlrlSB wl
nthlnl nothing to tho Mtcurlty Iurlty of the tIl cold lolll stand standard BtI0I BtI0Iarl ¬
ard Wo can Iln only hope that It will wi takn taknnothing Ink Inknothln
arl nothing away awn from It It Tho unit Illt of Ir value valuewhich nlu nluwhich
which will wi not bo chatiKcd eh I liylt I It will 1 remain remainHB rlmoln rlmolnns
HB always nt lt tin tm mercy nHrCr of Congress COIns Any Anyfuturo An Anfuluro
futuro CoiiKfre CUr s I or tin ono ont now nlW sitting sittingcan 8IUlnA
i can ou hury hur tho thl present prlnl unit lulL of valuu alll under underwhatsoever underwhntAollr
whatsoever whntAollr inetnl Iplnllt It pleases pleasesTho pllnl pllnlTho
Tho only oul serious flrlouf Mdn o to the thl vote oto In the theEenato theSnnln
Eenato was the th evidence llll Hint Ihlt thn Demo Democrntlc tmo tmocrntr
crntlc crntr party pnrt Is resolved rnlnd to 101111 destroy r tho Ih pold poldBtnndiird l lI lt
I Btnndiird lit lt thu tlr trl l opportunity Hut Huttwo lut lutI
I t two Democrat Hfnorll Hie thl Hon Inl WirMAM WrIB3 Lixn LixnBAT IISI
BAT AY of Kentucky Klnluk mid 111 the Ih Hon IUI DONELBOV DONELBOVCAPFKHY JoSELfIS JoSELfISCAPFPIV
CAPFKHY CAPFPIV of Louisiana Ioulsllll v it 111 il with the Re Republicans nl nlpu11ans ¬
I publicans pu11ans mid III to tl their Ihllr r red rdlt It as honest honestmen honlstmln
men mln bo 10 It wild Mil they tlnrn are without wihout partylnflu partylnflumen pnrlnfu pnrlnfufnlO
men fnlO In the th States HI > they 111 represent representBoron fllrlsent fllrlsentBvon
Boron Bvon DoiiioiTiits VIIrl who when Ihl1 thoquestlon thoquestlonof thoquPlton thoquPltonof
of expansion eIpnnblol WHK WI up In the form of thn thntreaty thotrat
treaty trat of ponce with wih Spain plln voted voll1 with thn thnPepulillcans thopullan
Pepulillcans pullan namely Inn1lr LAVof OleorKla Krx KrxI Krs KrsNBY
I NBY RY of Dilwnre llimnn MiExruv Fslnv of Louisiana LouisianaMclAuniv louhlnnl louhlnnlMcIAt1
MclAuniv McIAt1 S of South Carollnii Inl 11 Mniuuv nnd nndPETTUH Inll InllIElK
PETTUH IElK of Alnbninn Inllla and 111 StiuvAv RtL1S of Mis Miselsslppl lp lpelAflppl
elsslppl elAflppl on Thursday Thul III Htood llriu Irm by their theirparty thplrpnt
party pnt In opposition oppo1111 to the bill bi declaring declaringpold Ieelnrlnl
pold 011 tho Ih Ainerlrnn llrlll money 10npy standard Itnnllnrr And AndIf <
nsk k Deuioernt In the Sen Senate Snnto
If one 01 should holllll any nlY Illolnt II ¬
ate who vhl Is It to bo the Democratic DIHlIrlo candi candidate Ianll ¬
date for President In Ilt In lltOO OO tho answer will willbo w who
bo WILLIAM WIIt iKSNixns lirtYAN Inys tho hero herocf heroof
cf the th Chicago Chknll platform platformTlie plaHormThe
The gold 10111 Ktnndnrd Htllilarliis Is to bo tho objnct of ofDemocratic ofDmocrlh
Democratic Dmocrlh iissnult l tlult In 1000 an It was In
1803 1 ROl nnd lnll a thousand < bills his nnd 111 resolutions resolutionspnssed lloutons
pnssed by h Congress CIrlf between IItw1 now 10W and 001 next nextelection IIXt IIXttIIton
election tIIton day Iln wouldnt snvti In1 It from success successful fUCCltS fUCCltSful ¬
ful Hrynnlsm Ilrnnlfm byn lyn Hlngln dnyof tnor grace graceAsn rc rcI
Asn A simple Impl statement fintelfnt that thlt tho American Americanunit Amlrllon Amlrllonunit
I unit of value 110 which whlh has hl existed lxl lell through throughforce thloulh thloulhf
force of law Ilw since shl 187U 187 Is Btill Itl thn thnAmerican thnI
f I j American Amorlan unit of vahif nll tho Currency bill billis hi
i I is harmless hnrmlc8f enough lou h Hut If it Is tolinvo to hno tho thoeffect thoI
I I i effect etlc of mnUing mnln any nn belluvcr IIlmr In honest honestmoney honllt
1 money monl Imagine Imall that It I puts pltt the th gold Ioi stand standard tnnllard ¬
ard beyond hlyonll the t perils prli of partisan conlllct conlllctor Innlrt Innlrtor
or that them Is I less lesl need nl11 of energy Inlrl for forpreserving rorprlsrln
preserving ft then t h < l tho Currency CUrrI1C bill bi Is an anunparalleled n nunporllet
unparalleled unporllet blunder hlllicr nnd Ifll misfortune misfortuneGala IIRCortlne IIRCortlneI
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Gala Occasion Orln Ion In Chicago ChicagoTho Chlenlo ChlenloI
I Tho return retur to Chicago Chlen1 of Sir Hi HENRY HENRYiRvrso 1Eny 1Enyr
r iRvrso and his company omlal stirred Btrrell Mr Ir KOHL KOHLBAATS KOIL KOIL8AT
BAATS 8AT Timtnlltmil Timclltrll to tho dlthyramblo dlthyramblopoint lhrrblc
1 I point olnt Certain Crlall undlsuulsnbln InllflulBabl peculiarities peculiaritiesof IIculnrltlf IIculnrltlfJ
J of stylo nUll luxuriances lusurlnnlps of diction dllton hotrl betray betraytho
tho author Xo o less Ills a person thnn Mr MrKOIILSAAT Ir Irl
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l 1 KOIILSAAT could Im trusted tlltel to sing lnl thu thuGala thl thli
i Gala Glln Occasion OCllslon for Society SIlet It was a 1111 1111cIon gala galaoccasion
occasion cIon for tho company too nnd Inll must mustLavo Just Justhavo
t Lavo been len n I great rlnt happiness hlplne for tho elect electamong
among AmOl1 English I1lsh actors IltOIt gazed nztl out upon UpOI tho thowaBKorost thoI
I waBKorost wnucrlrI of the Ihl locnl elect Sir HINRV HINRVnnd 111n 111nnd
nnd nd Miss 1 f Tritnv Trmw wnm Hlm to hnvo borne hornl It Itbravely
1 bravely but they thn must linvn been Illn fluttered flutteredInwardly futterell futterellI futterellInward
Inwardly Inward For for every Inr Ivory shoulder shoulll was wasthere as asI
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I there that should Rhollll linvn hu been 1Iln nnd nnl not a abachelor Bbchelor
bachelor bchelor was n missing mlssln In tho comfortable comfortableoats
1 IBtR oats provided prohlf111 by the women of the sot sotAs 8lIi
i As Af Mr h KOIILSAAT KotL UT viewed tho aucllenco aucllencoover nUIIcO nUIIcOowr
over ho saw 81 at once 010 that It was wn a gather gathering guthorJnl ¬
ing Jnl of splendid Rplellll proportions proortom nnd nlll coloesnl coloesnlachievement rololfnl rololfnlchloement
achievement chloement Ho 10 nt onco Inco begun to mako makoestimates makofsUn11f
estimates fsUn11f of tho valuo of tho achieve achievement nehlo nehlomcnt ¬
ment mcnt Unfortunately Unrortulntel he docs toCs not give tho thofigures thoI
figures figuresA fJurls fJurlsA
I A thoughtful thoughtfll mind itartlnit Iarlnl out 01 to reckon up upthe uph
the h tremendous IrHntntOlo coit of the itimnlni 1JIIDi brilliance brillianceof hrllancf
i of tli t Ire was u apt to set Iel lo 101 t In the Ih mute U of ofmillion ofI
I million which hlcb Intervened IDlcrveltl
Tho ho logos loe says An Mr tr KOHLSAAT who Is Isalready IsIlreall
already Ilreall preparing himself for tho Inris InrisExposition PlulsI
I Exposition E psilon held IIhl many 111 men Iln of years ylr8 who whohave whohnvo
have piled pllt up fortunes Cortllt In this town 1os 1osclbly 108 108i
i clbly lhl tho figures fllcs of tho Ihl fortunes rortuuls arc marked markedon tlrk < 11 11I
I on tho loges IO It At any Inr rate thn nureato nureatoaudience nlrlato nlrlatowllnt
audience wllnt vns clothed 10thp1 o mmptuously IIlptul181 thnt thnttho thntj
j tho thoughtful thoulhtul mind Ilnll approved approvedThere Jprowll JprowllTher
There Ther was tmiih 1111 shimmering 1Irmrlnl of latins alns and an < lacea lacean lace lacent
n nt < l dlamiims lamn for fa the not 1 iot 101 i In most 101 voncroui voncrouiIrappliitfs IOIOla IOIOlat1PIII0
Irappliitfs t1PIII0 ii for the OCIMMOII Mrol II I wa w hard hll lo 0 Vnow VnowWhit no I II
I Whit Iul t 10 < > vlmire hnl mo mOI t the ttmmlnu 011Inlnl06cl ettVctn before the thefnotluh thetolbo
fnotluh tolbo nr the th iU Iatln lrr nn tirhinil them thI It wa wahip II IInll
nll hip mil tuck Ilek with 11 lds itnlna 1111 to II the Ih million millionthat miion miionI
I that ctialtfil cbal1 and nulled ollrl nl n I felt 11 It I wa a ennd 101 to tobe 10blhaA
be blhaA blhaAI there there1osslbly
I 1osslbly Io > slhl Mr tr KOIILSAAT lnln will wi send fPI tho thoprico Ihot
t prico rlco list Ilft on Oi application nppltlton Hut 11 no mere meremillions Ilro
I
millions 11101f could lull have Impressed him ns tho thonight thoIbht
night Ibht of society 11 In full rul panoply palnI Im Impressed I
II pressed prNcc him The TII uncommon 111onlll herd Ilrtl wns wnsthere wn wntl
tl there tlrl In 11 fact ra < It was wa easy Ins to sex 1 Icfore Icforethn
thn thl curtain CIIII Ml 11 tinkled tlkl that Ilat thu Ih mullencn mullencnwns 1111ro 1111roI I
I il j wns wn the th swollisl IIJI t thnt ever r happened nt ntthat
that theatre tlmlr Hreathless 11ntl with wih admiration admirationthe Ollllrnlon Ollllrnlonr
r i the thoughtful thllhtli mind Ilnllll7l gaze at those thost social socialliolghts Inl Inl1IIIht
J liolghts liolghtsTh 1IIIht 1IIIhtThp
Th Thp iimli 11 wa a < liuiiitliic 111lh with lh Ialrihn > atrihi > and andtrciety nn nni
i J trciety clI l 1111 ulllini < ID 1 have l r it lairftan I rl no even efn In it itTan I
1 own rsn i iwhol I
Tan whole houso hou < was WI so Ill exclusive Ix < lslo nnd nndfornvil
I fornvil torn11 Hint them thrf wassiwrrely was f n I sent > nt that thatdidnt thlt thltj 1111
j didnt spnrklo IIkl and nlll scintillate sciltlltt with the thefrost thl
frost of htmtoiir htmtoiirThere hrlllur hrlllurTlnr
There Tlnr were e rnminh 1011h of 0 tho e ltlin llh111 t the lb nicred nicredclrcU ucredtlrrtto
clrcU tlrrtto to ytell 111 the ailmlrliiB tllll1 mliawifdlence mliawifdlenceMr 11 IIne IIneI
I Mr Ir KIIIIIOUT IIIT j jts ts but IIL his hl lunrt thrills thrillswith lhrlf
j with vlh wnmlcr nnd pride Ilt I No I frost rlot of ofhauteur orI
I hauteur hlutur Purl l ll Kspouitlon 1JI ltln ngnlncaneliill ngnlncaneliillthat 11111nn chi
i that kindled lnlll1 nnd 111 kiinlllng klllhll spirit plllt Indeed Indeedho Illhli
l ho ht was not Ilt nlotii nlI > In his 11 exeltcment IxltIml When Whenan Whln
l an nmlnenl omllllt Clilcago hlnl mcivlmiit 11hIUt hendml hnll n nparty I II
I party rllt of Ir sixteen flxt1 dmvn 1111 tlm aisle nlI thert wns wnsmuch Wil
i much craning erulnl < > f in 1k cks to tl iiiunt 1I1It the mem memb 111
b 1or rs Whether Whlthr tbis Ihi wa nctmlly 11llaJy thnenso thnensoor Iho a aur
or whether whlthr the tl iierkrranerH were looking lookingto look hi hitn
to see 8 if I the Ih patty parI dropped trll11 nny 11 dlnniondH dlnniondHIn lnmon lnmonII
In II the Ih nlsle nlIII IH not 10t eleur 1111 Tlie Th uscertrilned uscertrilnedand Clllrtnllll Clllrtnlllln
and n eomfortnblo fuel atmut the whole
llClrlnhl CII Ihlut III Ihollln IholllnOnlln gnla gnlaIt
I Onlln If Ihl
It w a ir 11 > rBon OI a li 101 t of f men ami women a aLu aLu
Lu Utu Iu ie en n for miiir DUI1 Lmht UI h and ano the lb roller
would hold Ihi name DII of tbe let mari larbID In 11 1 tki tkidepirlmenUi I IdpulmDt
depirlmenUi dpulmDt of rllr tl Hf ue and nd few w of tht ihlnlna ihlnlnalliihla hIDIDI
of oUb th prof l a aMr
lliihla Ilhllu In in lDor or two prII prIII
Mr I KOIILRAAT KOItIAT seems fIS to havo cipeoted cipeotedHint CJpet1 CJpet1tht
Hint tho patricians JlrlcllUI with whom th thl mob was wasbursting WR WRhurtnl
bursting hurtnl would oull bens hn ns much awed nW111 ns B ho wan wanhut wat watIut
hut no nOj they tho stood tho gnzlngs 1In M of th mul multitude mulUll ¬
titude Ull with Ith eommendablo oll1nlI0110 Indifference InIUorcncn n nthey f ftl
they tl swept Ipt to places They Tho mndn their theirtriumphal Ulllr UlllrtrluOphnl
triumphal trluOphnl entry nlr with wih the thf Just frost rrot of ofImuteiir orhlUl1
Imuteiir ImuteiirA hlUl1 r rA
A very ry large Inr 1 night nl ht for Chicago Chl aJo It I W H Hthe I Itlu
the > liwr IIIr tie I forrt M I It wore says RnYf Mr MrKnitLHAAT Ir IrKnlMAT
KnitLHAAT KnlMAT ngnln grntnfully Iratnrul mmlnlcoent rmlnllOnL of ofhis orIil
his Iil hours with wih OLLEXDOHF A night of ofnights ornhrhtl
nights nhrhtl There will wi bun Iu a faint echo of It ItThursday ItThurllla
Thursday night 11lt when wlll animated Inlmatllllo11 gold mines mineswill mint mintw
from thn two ends of oflnlrerslty of11nlrfrlltlnllnll
will w > nwu IWI sociably lodllhl rrOn Inlls
lnlrerslty 11nlrfrlltlnllnll Hall and another onothlr rendezvous rllllzol on ontho ontho
tho nightgloved nl htlold hands shall halnppron approve comic comicwnrbllngit comicwrhlngl
wnrbllngit wrhlngl In a certain clrtnln ballroom hal room but only onlyn onl onlralnt
n faint echo Ilho Nothing half hal eo loud u the theGain theGAn
Gain GAn Occasion O clion for Society SocietyMr Hlnt
1
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Mr 1 Morgan on the thf Defence efelce of the tlieAmerican thenarllan
American narllan Cnnul CnnulWe CIIRI CIIRIWI
We WI havo ha stntnd Italnd our reasons rlMOnl for believing believingHint bllevlnl bllevlnl1lt
Hint Senator Hlnntor IRON la shamefully shnmeruly mis misrepresented mil milrllrlseltPII ¬
1lt
represented rllrlseltPII when hon ho 1 II represented < as al hold holdIng holdInl
Ing Inl thnt the ClaytonUulwer Treaty still stillbinds Rtl
binds blnlil tho th United Unl1 States StatesOur Sttl SttlOur
Our reasons rROn were erf found In Mr 11r MOROANH MOROANHown MonoANown
own positive declarations dlclaratonl to the contrary contraryuttered ontrar
uttered uterell publicly puhUII from frm time tmo to time In the theSenato the81nato I
Senato 81nato of the tht United Unlto States Sttca and printed In Inthn I Itho
thn official record of the proceedings Tlie Tlieexhibit Tle TleehIbit
exhibit ehIbit of tho tht Senators Snators energetic argu arguments arguI1nl8 ¬
ments I1nl8 against tho present prelnt vitality vltly of tho thoClaytonBulwer thoClnrtonDulwr
ClaytonBulwer Treaty has attracted attrcted much muchattention
attention throughout the country countryThoso countf
atenton
Thoso who have hlo looked loked to Mr r MonaAN MonaANas JIOnAN JIOnANa
as a a leader Ifadlr In tho long Ion light tht for a truly trulyAmerican
American llrlcll canal havo equally lual good Iol reason reasonto reasonto
to discredit dllcr < 1 tho report rlpor Hint tho Senator Senatordoes SEntor SEntordoe8
does not 10t now think that tho tht military miiary con control control ¬
trol and nl tho fortification rorilcaton of tho canal by bythis 1
this thl nation nton are essential essentialOn es entnl
On 01 the 18th of December Delfmbr last Sen Senator Senalor ¬
ator SULLIVAN of Mississippi IMI slppllntroruce slppllntroruceIJI Introduced < a abill
bill IJI for tho construction con6truelon of nn luteroceanlo luteroceanlocanal hltroconlenlol
canal nlol by h tho United Unied States 810tt1 Government GovernmentThis GOlrnlelt GOlrnleltThis
This bill 11 was 8 referred rcrerrtd to tho Commltteo Commltlo on onIntorocounlc al alIntrlIlllo
Intorocounlc IntrlIlllo Canals Cnlillf of which hlch ns every everybody eer ¬
body I knows klOWI Mr lr MOROAJ IOIAS Is II chairman chairmanOn
On tho lath 10h of Ir January Jnnuor only ono onl month monthngo monthn
ngo n o yesterday Ilterda Mr Ir MOIIOAN JlutOAS himself hlmlel re reported reportoll ¬
ported this thll bill bi back hnk to tho Senato H < notl with withamendments wih wihIInltmlnts
IInltmlnts amendments Tho amendments amenlmcnls struck out outtho outthe
the entlro 1ltru body of tlm Sullivan 8ulon bill bi and nndsubstituted and8ulsttutld
substituted 8ulsttutld what Is I practically practcaly n I new bill billThis 11
This Mil hi which Mr Ir MORGAN IOIOA reported roporld wan wantho wnl wnltht
tho tht Committees CommlUlff bill bi It may ia oven bo re regardid rf rflnhII
gardid lnhII ns Mr Ir MonoAxfl IOlaAR own OWI bill billTho bl
Tho llrst Ilr > t section 11 < lon of tho bill bi reported by byMr b bh
Mr h MOIUIAN loluS on Jan 10 authorizes tho thoPresident tho1rIn
President 1rIn I to acquire n < ulre by 1y purchase e from fromCostn fromCost
Costn Cost I Tllea Tn and In1 Nicaragua Irlrlun for nnd 11 In behalf behalfof 1ohlIf 1ohlIfor
of tho Inlted States Htnt < A control Iontrolot of mich ter territory tcrrllory ¬
ritory now belonging bllonlng to Costn Rica Rc nnd nndNicaragua Ind IndSlllrnlUl1
Nicaragua SlllrnlUl1 ns may mlY lie desirable and In1 neces necessary n cs cstor ¬
sary tor on 01 which to excavate Icavnt construct and andflefeml andlrm
flefeml lrm a canal Innnl Ac AcThe 1
The hA second section slctln of the bill bi reported rfporcr by byMr h hIr
Mr Ir MOIIOAX onos only onl n month ago flo provides providesthat proIIIA proIIIAthnt
that when tho President rrf lent has hOf secured full fullcontrol rul rullontrlO
control lontrlO over pr the thf territory needed leldd ho shall shalldirect Ahal AhalIlrect
Ilrect direct thn Secretary of War to construct constructtho IOlftrCt IOlftrCttho
tho cnnal and the second Feconlcctol section goes 109 on onto onto
to provide provideAnil prOlle prOlleAn1
Anil the Becretiry terla of War Khali b1 aim conilrnct conilrnctturh cODllmrtIlrh
Ilrh turh al f and n1 commodloui r mmodlou hirbon babon onj iue uA 101 nrlfrf nrlfrfnilioninr
nilioninr lnu It drnre nf U < ranaf t at I will wi ba required requiredfur r < uld uldtlr
fur tlr the I conrenUnre anil DI tafetjr t of all al Temeli n eh deilring deilringthe dlrDI dlrDIt
t the line of the canal canalThat canI canIThlt
That Thlt was WI only throe weeks wfelts before 1Iroro Mr MrHAY Ir
HAY 1 signed llnld the th proposed propBld treaty with Great GreatHrltnin Grlst Grlstllrilnll
llrilnll Hrltnin providing prilnl that the canal enl1 shall shol bo bodefended
defended not by the Unltod States Statl but 1ut by b a ajoint
joint jolnlJunrlteo Ktinrantco with o European EUlopan Concert Concertand Cnoet
and 111111111 milling millingNo
No fortlQcatloni t rlarton ihall Ibal be b erected reld commanding commandingthe COIIIldID COIIIldIDIbe
the canal cnal or tho wattr wal adjacent adjacentWhy aJaeeol aJaeeolWh
Why Wh should 8hou11 common report rport single alnlle out outtho outtho
tho Hon JOHN JOI T MOIUUN IOnA of all ni men ns nstho
the object ohjlt of such persistent and preposter preposterous prpostel prpostelOUI ¬
I ous OUI misrepresentation ml repr 8entaton
National iitard Artillery ArtilleryTho rtler rtlerho
Tho ho order transferring trnsrprln tho Thirteenth ThirteenthRegiment Thlrnth ThlrnthRt I IBlnte
Regiment Rt lmelt of the National ltoDol Guard Gurd of this thisBtate thlf
Btate from tho Infantry Inrontr to tho nrtlllery nrtllleryand rtlery rtlerynnli
and directing dlreetnl Its Itf reorganization rlorI3nlztol ns f a regi regiment rl ¬
ment Ilnt of heavy hClv nrtlllery ortler Is If another Inothlr step steptoward stptownrll
toward tho modernization mOtllrnlzaton of the National NationalGuard atonol I
Guard In no 10 other otllr country cOlntr maintaining molntnlnlnl a avolunteer Boluntlr
volunteer oluntlr force has the nrtlllery artlen arm rm been beenneglected I
neglected leIltlll ns nfln In our own OWI though thoUlh in no 10 other othercountry othercountry
country hnst there been bln a greater renter need nePl for fordeveloping I IdovcloIllnl
developing dovcloIllnl It I Tho const nrtlllery rllery of every everyother ovry I Iother
other country loultr Is maintained nt an nrtpqimlo nrtpqimlostrength nllIuato I Iftrenlh
strength ftrenlh but In the thl United Unlld States though thoughIt thoulh I
It Is I notoriously lotorlousl weak wlnk tliero th o has been en no noattempt nontllpt I Inny
attempt ntllpt except eIIlpt In Massachusetts ln 8nchu8ett to form formany
any artillery artllr roservo reflro In thn various States StatesTho i iTho
Tho Massachusetts losnhu8Its regiment of artillery artillerydates nrlllr nrlllrIntls
dates Intls from before the thl Spanish HpRII h war wlr tint tintundoubtedly hlt hltullloultodl
undoubtedly ullloultodl the thl transfer trnnFfr of tho Thirteenth ThirteenthHeglment Thlrlfnth
Heglment 111111 In this thl Stato Is 1 to bo considered consideredns conhlprl1 conhlprl1n
ns n a result rllulL of Hint war and onl of the lessons lessonswe 11 onR
we learned In It I
Tho Th order innklmr nllnt the transfer tronsrlr and giving givingto 11lnl
to tho regiment rl111pnt a now numerical lun1rlcnl designa designation Ilfllll Ilfllllton ¬
tion ton IH merely IWIII the beginning Ip lnnll Deforo Iroro tho thoofficers thoOml
officers Oml lrlllllln nnd men of the thl regiment rlJllnL lies 1 > now n nperiod 1 1perlOl
period perlOl of hard but most Interesting Iltfslnl worts wortsArtillery worlArtllr
Artillery Artllr mcnns Ilnl more loro than thnl red ret stripes nnd nndred nnt
red 111 fnclngs rncln f Instead 11111011 of whlto hlto Btrlpes Ftrlpl nnd nndfnclngs nnt
fnclngs fnrlnl9 It I means Ilnl n working work In knowledge knOvlfIIO of ofnboutnll orbout
nboutnll bout 11 that t hnt Infantrymen Inrnl mn should know knowtogetherwitli knowtllIthlr
togetherwitli tllIthlr 1 h n I knowledgeof knowflll nr modern mOlllrllUnF mOlllrllUnFof guns gunsof
of nlectrlclty nlltrlell of signalling shwnllla of surveying surveyingnnd lUrIhll i iAnti
Anti the Ih higher hllhlr nmthemntlea Inthllotl > to somo 110 ex extent ¬
of pallors wisdom wisdomthat 1lom 1lomthnt
tent nnd of n part n fRlnr I
that having hn111 to do with tackle Inrl nnd 0111 Its appli application oppl ¬
cation Thn h course COI I of study tll Indicated Inlcltl1 hern hernis hPo I IIt
is It not Ilt so In long Innl or r no 10 severe f1lrl na It seems seemsfor RICII RICIIror
for Nntlonal Satonnl Guardsmen nUnrllll1n nre nrl not nnd nnl nre nrenot nrl nrlnt
not expected IXPIt < to bo 1 completo nrtlllery nrtlllerymon nrtllrr
mon 1 I They Thl will wi bo able ohIo to rely rI like IkA tlmlr tlmlrprofessional tholrproflsslnnl
professional brethren lrflhrln of Ir the thl Army Arm on thn thnwork thownk
work wnk of If tho I hn Ordnance Onnlll Department Tlpnrtmlnt In tho thomatter I h hItlr
matter Itlr of Ir much lulh of Ir the higher hllllr mathematics mathematicsthough mnthlmntl
though tllh tho morn 10ln they Ih know kno of them tho thobetter IhnhIr
better hIr artillerymen Irtllrmfn they thl will wi make makeTlio mnkThl
Tlio Thl lining h ulnl of the th order nrllr Indicates InllratlR that at atInst atInft
Inst Inft thn CninmnmlerlnChlcf CommnlIrlnChlr nnd the th Head HeadiiarteisoftlclnN Hlfll HlfllIUIIIII
IUIIIII iiarteisoftlclnN n0llnl of Ir thnGuard thn nlrll take tnl an Inter Interest Iltlr Iltlrt ¬
est t In tlio tll hpnvy hrnv artillery rllrr It I Is to be I sup supposed Slp
posed thnt tmt their tllr Interest Inllrst will wi not end 111 with withthe wlh
the tll order frlllI The Til now IIV regiment 11 lmnt will wi need needappliances nrlfl nrlflApplnlrH
appliances ApplnlrH for drill Ilrlnnt not n Civil Civi War Wil relic relicIn rrll
In II the Ihl hhape hnpl of a 1 lolneh lilnrh smoothboro smoothborogun Rmolthhoro
gun 111 hut a modern 10lrl rllle 111 If ono Is Ifto to bn had hadin hallIn
in any ny wny WI if one I not IOt to bo hnd nt least leastit 1lst 1lstI
it I niodel n11111 of one fnl sueh Slth ns n Is 1 > mndo lalo nt the theWntertown II IIWntNtown
Wntertown Arsenal Ar nnl should 1oull be hI obtained 01tnllti by bythe I
the Ihl State lntl nnd 1111 no I older olIr gun oun tnken for ro drill drillpurposes drlil drlilpurpo1
purposes Hinn nn 11 Hlnch IIh converted 10nvrlO1111 rllle on onthe Oi
the Ih moht In t modern 111111 carriage IRIlr With these for fordrilling rlr rlrIlrlini
drilling Ilrlini nnd Ollllstrllnn Instruction nt lt the tif forts rorl under undercompetent Intr Intrcnlpltllt
Army Arm officers and
competent cnlpltllt noncommls noncommlssloued nonJlll nonJllllollll
sloued lollll ofllcers Imlr the Thirteenth ThlrlIllh under Its Itsnew ItRIIW
new IIW name Ilm mny 11 look forward rtrlorllin to a renewed renewedyouth renl1 renl1uth
youth uth nnd to n recovery from tin Ih unde undeperved InllC
perved rf1 blow received nt thn tl outbreak outreak of tho thownr thownr
wnr with wltl Spain SpainIf Hpail
If I tho tl new IIW regiment rfllllt provo successful IUCIlfll the thetransfer 11
transfer trnnlrI of a I regiment lollpnt or II n battalion bUIIII In Inoaeh 11
oaeh Ih of thn th rirnt l1ft Fifth Fih and nll Third ThlrllrhII ThlrllrhIIii brigades brigadesmay
may ii well Wt follow fnllw The 111 transfer Of n 1 regi regiincut I i iIclt
Iclt incut from tho Infantry Inranl to tho artillery 8tlcr
do does not do away IY with Its It I usefulness uaf1lnesR In Insuch I
such IIch duty Ilut ns 01 la II required most often tn n of ofNational orSAtolnlOuar
National SAtolnlOuar Guardsmen < smon but biL rather Increases IncreasesIts InCrfnllf InCrfnllfIt
Its It I general Ueleral usefulness UIlru118 nnd RIII there thor IH ns nsmuch 11 11luch
much luch wiMm UIn for such luch regiments elsewhoni elsewhoniIn lIAlwhlrl lIAlwhlrlIn
In tho Statn Iato ns nf for ono In Hrooklyn InHlkln thn thnhome thl thlhoml
home Million lllon of the Thirteenth Thlrtlflth Heglment HeglmentWo I 1 I 11 I IWI
Wo WI hop tho development 1Illopmllt of Ir tho States Statesnrtlllery Htnlol I IIrtllr
nrtlllery Irtllr arm has hOI but been begun begunPrcnchcM blul blulIrlllhl
PrcnchcM Irlllhl and In1 Preaching PreachingTho Prtlhlnl PrtlhlnlThl
Tho Thl Twilight Twll ht Club choae eholl n I nllly Ily subject subjectfor luhjplt luhjpltrnr
for discussion IIuIlloD the other othfr night Illht in tho th ques question IIUI IIUIlnn ¬
tion lnn Should Preaching lrfnchlli ln Abolished Abllh11 by bylaw h hlal
law lal Tho proposition prlpollton IH II Impossible Impollhll non nonsensical nln nln60111rnl ¬
sensical sensicalNnturnlly 60111rnl 60111rnlSnturly
Nnturnlly Snturly the thl debate on such luch n I themn themnbrought tllnO tllnO1roujh
brought 1roujh out nothing nothlnl wlso wilA or profitably profitablysuggestive prollnI prollnIIUIIUVl
I IIr
suggestive IUIIUVl but thn assertions M ertons by thn Ilov IlovMr HI
Mr Ir Potvncu lonTEI that the trouble tnllblt with Ith minis ministers 1111 1111trl ¬
ters trl Is that they th are ae a I segregated slrawll class classdo 1111 1111do
do not keep ktep abreast nbrfIst of tho times tm08 nnd nndforget Inll InllrOntet
forget to grow rn and that there are actor actoron nrtor nrtoron
on the stage AtOIO wlioaro whllro I morn truly trul preach preachers prlleh prllehrl ¬
ers rl who ho can ni stir tr up moral sentiment entlnent morn morndeeply mor morpllhll
deeply < pllhll thnn tho majority or preachers prealhlrf In Intho II IIthl
tho thl pulpit pllplt were Iro more especially 1Iwcol shallow shallowuinl Ihnlol IhnloluI11
uinl uI11 fallacious fallaciousMinisters rIIICltu rIIICltulnI8tS
Ministers lnI8tS are not a l segregated ftIrotr dassnny dassnnymorn nlnf8 1 1mort
morn mort than thlu lawyers llwors or doctors They hn nre nrebrought nl nlbrulht
brought brulht by 1y their thllr duties dutls Into close and III con confidential condentnl ¬
fidential dentnl social soial relations fplntons with Ith tho people peoplennd
nnd nd know more about their sentiment than
other professional prrf sllonll men do How far farabreast farabrelst
abreast abrelst of tho times tme they tho nro ro is Indi Indicated Inli Inlictd ¬
cated ctd when hln they thl pass beyond themes be belonging b blonllnl
longing lonllnl to thu pulpit more peculiarly peculiarlyAt pullrl
At meetings and publlo dinners dinnersminister
public Iluhlo mletnl8 Ind ubln dilnor8 dilnor8mlnlstord
minister aro or among nmonl tho best hlat of the thespeakers tl tl8pokerl
Relieved from the th restrictions of ofthe
speakers 8pokerl nlevod re8trllton > Ir Irthe
the pulpit they the surprise furprls their thtlr henrersby henrersbywit hfnrI > hy I
wit und wisdom wlstol and a 11 a I naturalness nlturolnlfof of speech speechusually Ieph IephAInt
usually absent from their thlll perfunctory plrfulllor ser sermons I ¬ I Imons
mons Often Oren times tmll they tho reveal r lol themselves themselvesthus Ulmsrhls Ulmsrhlsthus
thus ns strong Atrol nnd 11 largo IRr men of sound soundthought Ioulll
thought nnd Intl clear Ir and Intelligent Intlljlnt observa observation obslrvl obslrvlthm ¬
tion Who Whl nro nrl tho great IrPntmnISlr mass of thn rend renders rlBII rlBIIIr6 ¬
ers Ir6 of the serious literature Itrllro of discussion discussionwhich dlRCllRlon dlRCllRlonwhich
which uppenls to Intellectunl Inlellctlnl men They Theyare hey heyre
are re ministers ministersAs mllltlr mllltlrAs
As to the assertion alserton that nctora nrtlr8 aro ort better betterpreachers 11tIr 11tIrprlseherR
preachers thnn thln tho clergy clfrJY them tlr Is nothing nothingto nothlll
to sustain Htlln It I Actors ActIIlo do not nlt preach prtleh at t nil nilIf ni
If there tlerlls Is nny nn preaching It Is II by h tho author authorwho nlthor nlthorwht
who wht speaks eplakl through them thcmln In thn tht chnrnctors chnrnctorsthey ehlrclor ehlrclorI
they tho Impersonate hUIrSJlt Tho piny 11 then twn may 11 I Icalled IW IWcolId
I called colId a I preacher but not tlm th actor actorA ntorIluolohl
A reiiMmnbln Iluolohl criticism rltcsm which might mllht bo bomade 0 0I
made of tho preaching Jrllchln of ministers 1lllstprsls Is Im Implied In Inplell ¬
I plied plell In what wllt we Wt have 1110 said Rlhl concerning concerningtheir Ioncfrlnl
their thllr inoro loro cffectlvo lpllvo utterances utpr nc on the thesecular thep1utrotu
secular platform p1utrotu than thln In tho tholulpll pulpit When Whenthey Whln Whlnthe
they the spenk fplk naturally nllurlythe they nro engaging and andpowerful
powerful but blt In peruionsthnlr rlonthnlr manner mlnnr may maybo In Ini
i bo hoo so far artificial Irtlelol and restrained rlstrlne < by b pulpit pulpitconventions pulpitthnt
conventions that the tl same men who had hadheard 1111 1111hlr1
heard hlr1 them tll with delight lllhht as orators orftorB of tho thoplatform tll tllI
platform lltorm may find fnd It difficult < 1toult even to keep keepnwako kl1n
I n nwako ako whllo whlo they the nro ro preaching preachingWhy prlachlnj prlachlnjWh
Why Wh There Is War WI In Africa AfricaThe Arlel ArlelThe
The subjoined communication communlcalon Is not nt In Inour Inolr
our olr opinion difficult ltlcult to answer answerTo auswlr auswlrTo
To THK TH EDITOR ElllR or Tni Sen t Xr What h are re the thertutei Ibeaul
rtutei aul for 0 the war ar between England and ant the Iloersl IloerslI Do DoJ
I hare hIt to many different IUTreDt cauiea cnel that I cannot cnDol i Ilr IlrI > lace lacetliarealone
I tbo tliarealone real ones J P PTho 1 1ThA
Tho answer anllr can be II found rOlnl1 In the speech speechdelivered splechdAlIrell
delivered dAlIrell by h Mr Ir JOSKPII ToSFpt CrtASiiiEitLAix In Intho Inthe
the House of Commons Commonl on Feb Jh JhTho 5 5Tho >
Tho difficulties 1n lltes between bltllIn ourselves our II nnd nndthe nnlthe
the Transvaal said 131d Mr h CHAiinnitLAix CHAiinnitLAixwore CIUIFIS CIUIFISwle
wore wle not nlt the work ork of ono Government GovernmentIndeed GI1lrlnl GI1lrlnlIndll0
Indeed Indll0 1 should shlul not myself mpl say Bi they tho nro nrt the thework thework
work of nny nn Government U1lrnment They are Inher Inherent Inherent ¬
ent In tho circumstances circumstancesIt crcunllanct
It I was wnl a contest for supremacycon supremacycontinued Iuprlmaey con conUnllll ¬
tinued Unllll Mr Ir CIIAMBKIILAIN CIAMnFmAIs dating llnlng back backI 1ack 1ackI
I dont know how many mon years nrl and nll for a adifferent I IIWTerent
different hind of civilization clllznton Thnt Issue Issuehad liun liunhat
had hat got Iot to bo 10 tried Thnt Thlt battle bntte hnd got gotto ot otI
I to bo fought
Wo nro In the thl midst mlllFt of the to ¬
cide whether whethlr that different lf1rpnt kind of civili civilization hl ¬
zation 7nton or to substitute IlhUtlto other othlr words thnn thnnMr thonIr
Mr Ir CHAMnEHLUNs CIum J s Independent Inlllppnlllt selfgov selfgovernment IelIOI IelIOIerment ¬
ernment erment In South Africa Aria slutll shal continue continueor eontnlh eontnlhfr
or fr tho pnramountcy pnrmounl of Great Urnt llrltaln llrltalnshall Brltnlnshnl
shall shnl bo 1 established pitnllshP11 beyond dispute disputeOf dlputor
Of the Boers Dopl Intention Intlnton to overnwn OErwo tho thoBritish thoDrltlh
British Drltlh possessions pMeislonl In South Africa AricB no evl evldenco eldncn
denco has come coml to this country countr Of Groat GroatBritains UrcntBrlnlnl
Britains Brlnlnl Intention Intontol to overawe tho Trans Transvaal TrRnvnal ¬
vaal tho tht evidence ovllonl in II the shupo of Ult Ultlander Ut Utlallllr
lallllr lander grievances rlnvoll11 and IUII demands rcllmlf to regulatn regulatnthe rulotf rulotfthe
the Boer Doctnterl81 Internal policy polc has hRI been blen thick thlk nnd nndweighty nlli nlliwchhtr
weighty It I Is a wnr of conquest pure and andsimple nndelmpll
simple simpleTho elmpll elmpllTho
Tho Maryland llryllnr Brynnltes Drlllt show n regret regretUnlo rrottlhlo
Unlo tlhlo want walt of faith In the Hon lon Arrnun rrt1 IUE IUEOPBMANS IUEOI
OI OPBMANS IA announcement annuncement of his Intention Intenton to tosupport toIPrort
support Col UnvAK 10YN They hoy propose rrposo to bnve Ilvo a aKtnt BHIRle
Ktnt convention cn ntlon of their own Mr Ir GOIIMAN GOIIMANmust Oon I Imust
must be ruined 1lnd by tho prevalent disposition dlJoslton to tosuspect toIsrect
suspect him of nmblaultr nmblaultrAccording nmbhlllt nmbhllltAccordlnl
According Accordlnl to a Phllndelphla lhlnlplphla despatch Ilpfpntch In Inthe luIhe
the Evening Erm ng Jonl A 1hllailelihla Ihlnllellhll has n fairly fairlyflourUhlne talrly10urlshlus
10urlshlus flourUhlne branch Irnnh o 01 the AntiImperialist AntiImperialistLeague ltlmrerlallt ltlmrerlalltIonaue
League If I we 0 understand unior tnn1 tho nntllm nntllmpnrliillst nntlm nntlmIrlalst
Irlalst pnrliillst htiKungp hlIunlc a 1 flourlshlne 10urlshlni branch con consists conllt ¬
sists llt of ten t n or more 10rt members memblrA The 1hllailel 1hllailelphla lhlaJel lhlaJelphll
phla phll branch hrlnch must consist cOlsl t of ot at leatflve IpMt Hvc Ineon Ineonsequence II eon
sequence 1 lpnCe HIA Philadelphia lhllllolphlo nntllmperinllstn nntllmperinllstnnre nnllmperlnloh nnllmperlnlohnrln
nre nrln In such high hlsh feather that their IhlY are BOlng Iolnl to tohave tohlle
have hlle DON DO Cnios Rcnunz fcltnz come coml over and ro rodue roo rooduce
due thorn Ihlm to a proper poper temperature erlrftlr of ofdespair
despair
Nenrlv pnrlv verv eencril Inw hI pnwd rO NI br b the Ihf Inet InetPopulUi
Popul PopulUi 1ltaln MitMatnre In II Raninn aDU hat h bmi b1 declare declarelinrnniutnlional caro1 caro1In
linrnniutnlional f yviii ItnutT In Irm IrmTho 11 11The
The Iopullstnand 10llllstl nnll thn Popotrntu know koo who whotheir wh whIhllr
their Ihllr enemies Inomles nre Honeo leneo th Iht Chicago rhlclio plat platform Illntrorm ¬
form scheme lohem fortnrnlnc ror turn Ins the courta Iourtilto Into agents agentsof nllnt nllntor
of the 1opullst loPIIt parti i iThem
Them was n a 1 special tleclnl election olelton In Jersey JerseyCltvon Ielsf IelsfCII
Cltvon CII 011e Tue lay to II determine IIIt rmlno whether whlthor a I ma majority 11 ¬ I
jority jorlV of lu It vot OIAr rs favored aorlll or rejected rJoctpt thn thnproject thnlruJcl I
project submitted lhmil to them for the purchase purchasefor7filO I II
I for7filO ror jr > 00of Oo or thi Ih < elaborate llborll wnler riant pllnt now nowbelnc 10W
belnc 1 lnr built 1lt to supply uPltr 50000000 llnno nllnn of ofwater orwntr
water ilally 1111f Thire h r < arc IreIPrroxlmnI approximately tOiiOO tOiiOOelectors OIHf OIHfellclnr
electors ellclnr InTuracy In YoUtf Cityami CII 111 lit t tlie 111 Ireshlentlnl Ireshlentlnlelection Irclhlnlat I IIIelon
election IIelon of four yeir Iar nao nll thcr were rl 111 111votes J I Iot
votes ot for the McKlnloy lcllllo nnd 1511 1r01 votei otc for forthe rorIhp
the Bryan Irrnl tlcVot tlcVotAt tckel tckeli
i At A TuHtfJny ul oRr contest mntfltIInhlnr Invotvlnc an Increase Increaseof Illrao IllraoIr
of Ir tho ally debt o b from rron SIHDOOOOO 1 OOOOf to n JJntKl JJntKlHK O OOIlhlr
OIlhlr HK there were Wfl only t5 MI > i vot 01 > cast 11 HIU HIUfor I1 I Iror
for uecfpanco IcellunCI and Ilul r > 7i jfJ In II opposition oPpoolton Tlm Tlmtotal lh I Ilolnl
total voto nlo wan icus i than lmn 17 Ior > or c onnl nt of tho thototal i itolnl
total ant nllnt last fall ri less Ia limn III 1 > tier cent Ilnt of 0 tho thoregistry I
registry rpllllrY and nnllo Ions thnn 1J I iwr cent epnt of thn full fullvote rul
vote 01 of Jersey City CityThe Ci I
The lu project proJ CI of purchaslne lurhlln the plant plnnt for or or7oooo
I Ielly
7500000 7oooo Mihject hllJel to tho provision proI lon that the thecity
city shall Ahnl Klvu I nolle 10111 of Its I Intention to pur purchase Plr ¬
chase 110 wlthla wihin one ou year Ilnr attor allfr tho date tlt of con contract Ion IonIrlcl ¬
tract Irlcl WIIH VIM carried Iarrllhlln In each Inch of thn Ih twelve tWII wards wardsof 111 I Itown
of town and alull It Is I pointed InlnlPII out Olt that Ih1 tho cost of ofTuesdays orI
I Tuesdays elictlon was Wla 0100 1ln or o moro oro than thanfor Ihln IhlnrorllY
for rorllY every ballot Inlol eu aI t AbnutiMMHuiof Llt III lor th Iho 40XHi 40XHivoters 40IHotM
voters otM of Jeritey City Cll were 100 nn llttlo lillo Interrsied InterrsiedIt
It I appears alIIRI In tho control of puMlu 1111 utilities utilitiesor ulll
or tho eflainiitit rTn mllt of private monopolies Ionn olcs as asthe I
I the th antitrust rifonnof nrorer dvsvrllio llOcriJt corporato corporatopartnership Iorpnrnto
partnership rnrlnlrshhln lu what HIITAN IIY In II ono of hU hi New NewJersey l I
Jersey speeches 11ehlI described IIcrbl as n11 it rohlier roost roostthat I IthM
that th Ihny y ilil llI not voto 01 nt TiiemliyH I111yM election electionThey ollllnn I
I They dont IIOIt JoS colrvo > rve their th lr bles leln lnc lncIn < I IIn
In the th rnultltudii mll th of thinkers thlnk mot L t to Ion nn nncuss I ICU88
cuss Trust at 11 Ihlsnzo Ihl n onu was 11 uroally Irelly pre preeminent ro roImln ¬
eminent Imln nl Col 01 Mosr 1Ir WKTMOIIK n lnn of St Iouls 10111 Is Isthe I Ith
the th only anllTruU nltTrl t philosopher Ilhlooph r who I ho Ims hR il ilvelopoJ In Invlopot
vlopot velopoJ n prautlcal Ilutcal naani olan of unking wnkln thu Octo i
fUI PUI grodsy joal on his fed Tho Colonel plan In I Ito la lato
to sail lol out a I plant to thn Ih Truit Trul at an enormous enormousfigure onormouanllle
nllle figure start trt n new nf pUnt pllnt with wih tho prnceeJ rr ot imd imdsell nd ndll
sell ll out ngaln I II I 1 Thun In time tme the I he Dovll 01 Fish Fishcan 1Ih 1Ihenl
bo chomlor the Trusts rn rnrtilnod
can enl inudu lult Into 1110 choWIIor ruAt I Irulnod
rtilnod tlm Ihl nntlTrust nntrult philosopher phloJphor It I rich on onwell 1
well 111 as n virtuous Col Cll Mosc 101 WEFMOIIK WUMOIE Is I thn thngreatest thoroalot
greatest rniin In II tho Iomoratlo omo rlto party partyThn plrty plrtyThl
Thn Urvrlnnil 1rrlIIrlltirr lniilrr makes nk > Senator Honntlr 9rL 9rLUVAX HULIVA
UVAX IVA tiilk thus Ihl about Ibnl the chairman chnlrmfn of thn thnDemocratic
Democratic Iolucrllo National Snllnnll Committee CommitteeTincrllldtmthat Cmmllof CmmllofTh
Tincrllldtmthat Th tilcl Ih1 Senatorlosrs Hnlor Jono Ii a member mmlr of ofth
th round rollllll bale cotton cotOI Truit natnrallr Iural uniitenle It la laevery II I
every miml nllotllin mind that inaiinnchaa lualolrl a the Ih Deniorratlo Deniorratlopurtr norrllc norrllcIurl
purtr iiropimei Irl to a all Tni TI t It i would be 10 wl ti tidfliot I
dfliot Irt nine me i 1M > n wholly wbolr Unconnected anddUlnter anddUlnterented and Ilalnlr Ilalnlrter I
ented ter with wih Tnuts MII also It Illnllhl might l 10 > o laid 11 that It i dors dorsnut do
nut Iwile lie In our muuthi niullho to I complain cOllllaln of 0 1 runts runtsIf rudI
If I thu Hon 101 JIM JONKH JONIK Is a member lmb r of orfruIt a aTrust
Trust ht h Is I even more 10re dollclously tolcioully humorous humorousthan humorol
than Ihnl we have hn I thought Ihollht him Hut the wholu wholuDemocratic holu holuJJlmorntc
Democratic JJlmorntc howl howluallt against Trusts Is II essentially essentiallycomic utlII utlIIcor
comic cor II There fh re Irtl r many lal Democratic D moorllo as He Hepublican le lepublrn
In thu Trusts mul a wink nc nccompanies
publican publrn lingers nnserlio thl Trust 1111 IC ICcOI1anlcI
companies cOI1anlcI each en h howl howlTho howlTho
Tho Incredulous Inl rlculouf and Inll Irreverent have havedoubt ha1 ha1dOl
doubt dOl bled d If I Col BRIAN nRT IH so much mich afraid of the theMoney
Money Tower Iow r os U ho seems 111 to be I Tho growl of ofsuspicion nrluorlc101
suspicion luorlc101 should Iholll cease c n l Th Colonel Cololl estab established ollab ollablh ¬
lished lh 11 his hi sincerity IIICPIY nt lt 1aterson lalerol IIn 10 hid hll Ills Illstruasuro hi hitun
truasuro tun lro In II tho thl reios e pf an 11 Insychnlrwhere Insychnlrwhereno noy chair where whereno
no llobbir lobtIlarol Baron would 1011 < think of looking look InK for forIt rorIt
It Wo havu no n doubt dlbt that the th Colonel Colonll looks looksunder loka lokaunler
under thu bed for Money ono Davlls Dovl every ov ry night IIht
THK 7Ur lUtlTlMl lUJTJ 1 nKACIl n CI llUHEHfKf llUHEHfKfLord
Lord Lorl Robertas Rob rtll movement for th the relief rlor ot otKlnihcrley orRlrhlrll
Klnihcrley Rlrhlrll that began on Sunday appears IIPpal to tohavo tohnvo
havo beon carried to a triumphal Issue on onThursday onThurltay
Thursday Thurltay evening by the entry of den Frenchs Frenchscolumn Frenchl Frenchlooluml
column ooluml into Inlo thn beleaguered blealuerpd town The de descriptions d8crlllonl ¬
scriptions crlllonl received rO 8lved ax vet are aroltliomewha still somewhat ob obscure obscurt ¬
scure scurt but the concentration COD Inlrllon for thu advance advancewhich olhanc olhancwhllh
which whllh appears MU to II have been Lellollr golngon on for several severalilays loyeral loyeraldny
ilays previous Jrtvlou by tho arrival ot Gen 01 French Frenchwith Jrnch Jrnchwith
with some loml of his hl cavalry alry from the thevlclnltv IheleII11
vlclnltv leII11 of Colesbprff Coltbpr and Colonial contingents contingentsfrom conllnlell conllnlellrrom
from Do Aar 3 r and other points finally Inaly took tookplace tok tok1llco
place 1llco at Hamdamtwclvo Inmlam twcllll miles s east elst of Knslln Knsllnfrom 1noll
from Tvhern tho column oluln started on Monday MondayOn MondaOn
On that thlt day ho ht made ral n I forced marh march to tho thoHlet IhoHet
Hlet Het Itlverwheio Ilvr whIO hl passage IMall was Ial contested onlesle by bythn i
thn tl liners 10or at tlm Ihl Ueklel ekl1 and nll Wnterll Vatervul drifts driftsHaving lr I I11lnl
Having 11lnl forced tored his way across he continued cOltnue1 his hismarch hiMnmrch
march on 01 Tuesday uesony and 111 by a 1 rapid rnllo movement movementBUKeeilnil IOOJOlt IOOJOltMUClIIp1
MUClIIp1 BUKeeilnil In II reaching rtchlll the Ih MoiMor lllver lllverwhich Iher Iherwhich
which WHS WIM crossed cro < after a short artillery nlllry en engagement Iu IuKnafmont ¬
gagement Knafmont at tlie Klip 111111 ard llomlevaldrifts Ionleal drl and andthu
thu 111 hilly hiI rlilges rhlals of r tin th north bank bnlk weru wlro occupied occupiedtlm occupiedthl
tlm thl lioers Iolrs being bID driven off 01 with wih the loss lo s of live liveof tl tlor
and nut quantities of cattle cattleand
of their laagers naler great unntll catlA catlAn1
and n1 sheep Iheel From Jrm there Ihor he continued cootllu on 01 to toIvlmberley to1lmberlu
Ivlmberley which was I reacheJ rlnchtj on Thursday Thursdaynnd fhul n
nnd 111 Gen 01 French Immediately IJmdlnlI took steps to toclear toclear
clear the country lountrr to tho couth of ofKlmborley ot1lmLorle
Klmborley of the Ih enemy lnem Tho ht Boer laager laagerami Illa r ron1
ami ttoro depots with wih ammunition ammuniton nt ntAleiandersfontln ntlnt
Aleiandersfontln and lnt Ollphantiifonteln Olphnottoltt11 were wereraptured worl worlcallured
raptured ami tho ground round taken up uptiy urhy
tiy tlm tht British lrlth IorJ tord Poberts occupied occupiedJacobsilal oc upletl upletlJalobonl
Jacobsilal Jalobonl on Wednesday W < lneedny and apparently apparenty the theBoer the10er
Boer 10er forces rOreAI thnt wertt worl holding hotdlni thu country be between betetn ¬
tween Klmberloy and nd the British Irllh positions posilonl at atthe nttho
the Moililer lllver 1 r have Len forced to dls dlsKtiio II
Ktiio 11 l but In II what direction dlreolol or In II bow many manybodies JRnr JRnrttlOls
bodies ttlOls Is not yet known One thing thilI of Impor Importunitt Imlortnn1
tunitt tnn1 is to bo noted In the account IccOUOt of the opera operations operaton ¬
tions ton which Is II that thlt horse hol sickness tlckneAH Is prevalent prevalentamong Ilrtmlent Ilrtmlentoluonl
among oluonl tho mounted troops lrol und that Ihlt a great greatmany Ireat IreatmllY
many mllY remounts will wil bu t necessary necessaryKlmlierley nece lry lryIlul
Klmlierley Ilul < rley had hl1 been blu blockaded for ono hut hutdred hUIIllI
dred IllI nnd nut eighteen llhllcn days InY8 tho Investment Investmenthaving Incllmont
having h en made effective cthe on Oct L0 last
During Dulu tho blockade blocku o several sorties orles wern made madeby mlde mldeby
by the ho garrison S3rrIHon and alll In the first Irft made mlde Oct Oct 24 24some 24ome
some loss 10 was woo Initiated Inlclell nu t Ule < ie Boers lInrs ami all their theirCommandant thllr thllrCommlnllnl
Commandant Commlnllnl Botha olhl was Wil killed 1lle Astlmowent Astlmowenton 8 lme welt welton
on the Boer oer forces were augmented nUlmeltO from the theOOOO thottlHI
ttlHI OOOO that originally orlllllly began blUII the siege ah e until untlthtr untlthtrnmounled they theyamounted
amounted at the leant 1lt to an estimated estmale 0000 0000The OUOOTil
The Til advance 1tlnCf of the British lrllfh under Oen OenMethueu
Methueu 1 lhu u from rrol thu Oranc Ornnl lllver Jher on Nov ov 1J 1Jnecessitated 12necesslated
necessitated necesslated ths detachment of a consldernblo consldernblonumber consldernllo consldernllonUlb
number nUlb r of the Ih Boers 101r from round ruud Klmberley Imberlev to tothe II IIIh
the Ih Jiodder lllver Ir and other points 1 > lnt south to re retard reo reolard ¬
lard tho British advance n < valct Partial Iartnl stands Itono only onlywere onlywero
Belmont und Dislln but buta
were mado InlJo at IJell0nt flsln
a 1 full rut front was wa shown at the Ihl Moddtr Moddtrlllver Modd r r1er
lllver 1er which however hOfler thu British Irllsh sue sueceasfuiljr IC ICce
ceasfuiljr ce rul crosed cro ieo on 01 Xov M H Thn nttempt nttemptto nlemrt
to turn tlr the l IAr ft of the Bosr 10er position OslllOlat at Manors Manorsfonoln ulor8 ulor8Con
Con fonoln loin on 01 Pec Ilc 11 ended nlld disastrously dl a tru ly for Hi HiBtltlsh the theDIIIh
Btltlsh DIIIh and nll the th advance was n suspended UADtllled until untila Ilt
a sufUclont sufclonl mounted force could bo organized organizedto orllnlzetl orllnlzetlto
to elTect a wider 1 ldlr turning Ilrnln movement Ioemenl which hat hatuow ha haPOI
uow POI been effectually I1cllal accomplished accomplishedFor nlcomplhod nlcomplhodFor
For the Ih moment mOllnl the Boors oors who occupied the thecountry Ihecountn
country between beel the th Madder lldlpr find Klmberley Klmberleyui Klmb rll rllllpelr
ui llpelr > pearto 10 have vanl < h il Into space spa l The pre presumption Pi Piumplol ¬
sumption umplol Is I that whlln whlA part of the force rore has hasgimo hnsIlno
gimo Ilno to the north 10rlh and northwest another part parthas plrl
has 118 gnnn 101 toward lloshnf lohn In the Orange Oranle Free FreeKtate re
Ktate Hlut where there Is reason to believe believethero be I 1 <
thero ther l 10 n 1 fortified Cortllet position Ioeiion as 01 It was wasfrom
from thero that some ot the guns gunsround auntrOlnd I
round rOlnd Klmberley Klmblrlp were re known to havo havocome hnloOIC
come OIC A yesterdays flolfIIIY8 despatch IIPIJMch speaks peak of thera therab thp1
b belnl lnc from rom 7000 to 10000 Boers 10er lu II the neigh neighborhood nlllh nlllhborhol ¬
borhood borhol of Maeersfonteln hreronlll but that Is evidently evidentlyinero ellelll ellelllttro
inero ttro conjecture 10nilclll Another despatch de pach from In Incobidal JI JICObi1111
cobidal CObi1111 dated 111011 Thursday states tnel that early erly In the themorning he hemorlnr
morning morlnr n largo Inrlt force rorcI of 0 Boers 10ra from rrm Colesbcrg Colesbcrgwith COleBblrr i iIllh
with Illh tun tOi guns IUI attacked ntncked a convoy oonloy ot I IOt
200 Ot wagons oson at lt the Itlat Jet River Jllor and anddid nnt I IIhI
considerable damage with their theirshells
did dnmllA
11 cOI llcrble
shells IhI but strong trlnl reinforcements re lrorlmlnIA were wlrp sent sentand lent I I81l
and 81l It I was 11 hoped hOp that tho convoy might mllhl be besaved bo8aled
saved 8aled A late telegram lelflram also 110 states that Ihlt IhltIlrllaI n nbrigade
brigade IlrllaI probably a 1 mounted one ono of dun dunKellyKennys Oen1IIIenlls
KellyKennys 1IIIenlls division dlvlliol was I In pursuit plrAult of orlurlo n nlurca
lurlo lurca Boer 10er convoy eOlvn making Ilkh11 Its ls wny In the thedirection Ihetlreclol
direction tlreclol of Blocmfonteln BlocmfontelnMcantuno 10 mfonleln mfonlelnIeallllo
Mcantuno Ieallllo the British Irlth at Bensburg Henaburl had fallen fallenback ralel
back to Arundol nnd nld according Iccorllnl to a Cano CanoTown Cal CalTowI
Town TowI despatch lPlnlch the Boers 10erH were threatening threateningXaauwpoort Ihrlltlnlnl
Xaauwpoort nalwloort Should Hholld they be In II sufficient sunlclAlt force forcethey torcl torclIher
they might mllht mako n serious 8 < rlou8 diversion rlr8100 toward towardDA 10111 10111n
n DA Aar r nnd oven oel cut thn communications oommunlcnUonl be between b bIweon ¬
tween that plaea 1IRCl and Tort Iort Illnboth 1lmblh from fromwhere fromhore
where hore the Colesborg Coles n forcn orcn lias hR been draw ¬
ing Inl its Il supplies llpll niul alll part of thnso for fortho r rIha
tho Klmbcrley Imhlrev relieving rolelna column collmn nnd Ind Its Itssupports 18 1811lorls
supports 11lorls Thoro Is nothing Dulllns from Gen data dataores I II
ores I force which may mean that ho ht Is for tho thomomunt I
10ment momunt inactive lucHII and 011 waiting wollni for the theturn tl
turn tlr of events 11118 and an < orders or Is on ongiced
giced 11111 In some Mlme operations o ICaH 01 not yet 01 developed developedIn
In Natal tho Boers opr are reported rlrrled to bo reoc reoccupylng rpooclplnl
cupylng clplnl thn th country cOlntn between h < twIIn the Tugela TIIIf and andthe anllthl
the thl IlttloTiigeb 1lln TII b and nlil generally ilnerllh the Ih situation situationseoms 1IIIton 1IIItonpm
seoms pm on that nldn hl to have returned rlturnPII to what It Itwas
was 11 before Ilor tln Ih > unmiecessful ulqulrlfll turning turn In move movement mova1t ¬
ment 1t wns 178 bflgun b lll1 Thw Thl I IlhMllh idysmlth garrison nrrlsol Is IscutiHUinlng II IIeonMllnhlr I II
cutiHUinlng eonMllnhlr Its Ia horses and nll mule rllt and nlll Is eulrt uld to tobe
be I muih Illh impressed IIrl 1 hy hI Iho Ila suecesslvo failures failuresof rlIurc8 rlIurc8or
of thoattemptHiit relmf relmfIn
Ill ntlmlIs II rlllt rllltII
In II < oiiiiectliiii 011tt with tio tll complaints of In Inaccuracy Innlllraly ¬
accuracy nlllraly In II the Ih maps furnished rlrlshPtl the army armyIn nrm nrmII
In II South HOlth Africa It Is I stated Inlt In London Londonpapers 1onllon 1onllonlIIM
papers lIIM that thorn was 11 no nO excusu eouI for forthe InrIII
the III Isnornniff tlorn p of tln IIII > country cOlnlry that re resulted reullll ¬
sulted ullll In II so t many mnl illsanters U aMtr for that thatthere thnt11r
there 11r existed IlpII ripurts nII1 nnd 1111 maps nt thn thnOilmilal thl
Oilmilal Collnial OflUe 001 In II Downing htrlct trout of o all ni kinds kindsrelating klo18Iatnl
relating Iatnl M It the th whole who of South HOllh Africa rlcn which whichwere whichIlrl
were Ilrl not opomvl until 11t tno 110 other day < lY They Theyhad
had 111 bPti 1 > PI lying h II In 11 pigeonholes 1llrouhol < and boxoii as asreceived 118jlht
received just us lS Col Col Sloffels RloltI reports rlporl to the theKmpecur IhoEmrIr
Kmpecur EmrIr Xiipnlnon 11101poo about nholt thn German Army ArmyImmediately r rImmIinlulr
Immediately prior to tho outbreak oltbrok of thn war warof
of 11 1HI071 jf711l were fnuinl IJ with vlh the seals enlunhrokon enlunhrokonnlll unbroken unbrokenaiming
aiming nlll the Ihl Imperial Imllrlallrlhlls archives after nrer tho war warThe Ivnrh
The h Initial Inllnl SIICCOHH olceoo of thu Ih British Irlllt In Oen OenFreuehV Oen11Ih
FreuehV 11Ih mtvaneo to Klmberloy 1lm blrlo has hnl naturally naturallybeen nllurnly nllurnlyIllnlhl
been Illnlhl the pause Ru < n nf n great r 1 rejoicing In London LondonInit
Init 11 Hi Ihlorlll contusion lnu In II tint general sollrllllloton situation has hasin hMI
in I ienlcnriil I I nrIlCfro bofnro a I just JIt estlmatnoflts 1IIImltn or I value valuecan 111 111Ia
can Ia le I furmud It remains rlllnllA to to seen whether whetherIvril whnthorT
Ivril T rl ItolioriM HoIH > tM hnistho 11 Iho means rplnM to preserve NO lrvp the theInitiative IhoIltnliv
Initiative Iltnliv now In gaiiiiil IninlI and to follow rolo It up lP with withthe wih wihIhp
the vigor inr neeesiinry nllrr to bring bllm tho campaign clmpnln ap appreciably ¬
preciably 1IIrllbl near to Its Is end endArmy cnll cnllfr AI
Army fr Iroiiiiilluti IroiiiiillutiWAMIINOTOS Irllllu IrlllluIIOTOS
WAMIINOTOS IIOTOS Fob eh 1tlThe IIThn Prosldcnt Prollant today todaysent 10loyInl
sent Inl the Ih following r1110111 nomination nOllnnlll to the tb fenntc fenntcTolhefotiinil tIlnle tIlnler
Tolhefotiinil r Ih 111 arj nf r SiiUMfnie tll1lel with the rank rankof rankor
of Majur < > > I I l 1Ir trrnm In II b bo diininliur diininliuref ronmlufj
ef r hiilulileiu e witli li lh rank lk of If CI plain II Flnl FlnlMeitt Ful
Meitt 11 Charles hle II I hnutliilT bnlll Konrteentli Infantry Infantryli
li t > iJuarierni 0 l < M ltli lb tin Ib raaLuf rau ur Major 0 eII eIIIa pt ptlinac
linac Ia ft W Uttell L1cH
0 0AN
AN PlOUlfl B It IttnIta
Vnneceiniirr tnIta AiUntlnn AllAthl l i 1 l neIII > r n nllrrnt or orfrll >
llrrnt frll llrltnln llrltnlnToTHKKniTonoFTnK Irllln IrlllnTn
ToTHKKniTonoFTnK Tn Ti IITIR F Tnr SttNSir Asa Al 1 long longresident lonl lonlrIlolt
rIlolt resident In England and being tIOK still III In touch touchwith touchIth
with Ith Homu Mlmu authoritative Ilulhorllllo Britishers IlrltahorJ I shall hnl bo bopleased 10 I I1lea
pleased 1lea c1 If t you will 111101 allow mo 00 to point llllt out some somefeature 1010 1010Inllr
feature Inllr upon 1101 which hlh porno 1000 Americans AlfrlcnlH nre nr nt ntsea ntlt
sea lt with 11 regard rPIBrtl to tho present lrlSolt war warIlelatlvcloHIr i i1111Itlo
IlelatlvcloHIr 1111Itlo Hlr William llam Butler HllM whil whie tho mill milltaryeommandnr mil I
taryeommandnr IRnlOnlmall r at l Cape CIIOvnl Towns Undid lt 11 not ru ruslgnbiit r rIlunllut
slgnbiit Ilunllut wns In recalled reenlld for being huln proBoerwhich proBoerwhichwo
wo Wt would oulll have hal done Ion In HIA 111 Ililllpplnes 111 I 11 11 s II t den denLawton IPh IPhInwlol
Lawton Inwlol had hlll been pro1lillipulno prollllwlno nnd nll openly openlyopposed
opposed to President luoldll MiKlnley 1I < ur II 1 Hen Oln But Butler 11 11ler ¬
ler had been In command cOllnlu111 In thu Transvaal Tr3nvlll tho thodisaster I
disaster dlI ler thor might mllhl havu hl boon hy 11 design designwhereas dUMbnwhern
whereas It wns al due to miscalculation rleAlcllRlln ami Inlll InlllprtplrIIpo nn nnpreparedness
preparedness prtplrIIpo England l nlllI has hn thoroughly IhorouLhhI1111 IhorouLhhI1111UI madn madnup
up Its Il mind to put Plt through tlNllh this wnr wlr and nnt If IfAmericano ItAmlrlcllM
Americano AmlrlcllM demand < er I II war ar with England Illanl they can canget cal calIet
get Iet It by talking talklns as they do In and Int develop developing < olelop olelopIn ¬
ing In the Ih Intervention Inlonolilon Idea Then Th n wo shall shallsee hal halIte
see Ite business bu loeMA calamities clllmlll hern 110 not only In Intho II IIIho
tho stock market mlrkt hut hii In depression of oftrade orIrad8
In clos closing oloAIII ¬
trade In diminished lmlnIRh11 consumption conlllton
ing III of ft mills mil and ald lu II New f York having hllnl again allll
100000 men nll out of employment Imllovmont Then fhl thero therowill th ro rowil
will wil not only olly h I n shadow IhaI of war wa as n in th tho Ven Venezuelan on onezuIlnu ¬
ezuelan ezuIlnu matter mnter hut n I British Jrll h Kmplre I n1lr with wllhOKI
30000 merchant mlrchnnt HIH hlll ami nlll the I largest larleMt wnr wnrfleet wnrlet
fleet let thn world has hn uvnr Ivnr een It Il Is all ni right rllht to totalk toInlk
talk of Canada Clloda but lut Amnricas fair rllr namo will wil bo bodlscolnrud bodlMculorud
dlscolnrud If I England Inllnnill Is attacked Itl k1 and Canada CanadaIsoblalned ConudaI
I obtained under conditions cOllllonl Ilka lke thoso tholo which whichare whichare
are now embarrassing fmbafraPHlos KnglunJ KnglunJTho lnllunL
Tho best be t thing tlili for Kngland I nslnnd and the worst 10rRI for forthe ror11f
the 11f Boers oor Is 110 fo unite rucalelrnnt rucnlcltrnt Britishers by byoutsldo byollslll
outsldo ollslll < attack aU lck by misrepresentation ml rprtsenlntlon and In Injustice II
justice Jlllce for then Ih n over olor four our hundred hlldrltl millions millionswill mlloM mlloMwllnlo
will wllnlo unite Inn II n combination comblnatoR competent Imlel nt to pro provide prolte ¬
vide lte all al tlmlr th lr needs neeL8 and 110 to glvo e n preferential preferentialposition porerlntlal
position pOlllon to all al In trade nnd snL confront the world worldIf worldI
If I necessary n ceunr In war warOne
One 01 has only onl to be conversant conlllant with lh history historyto hlslor
to know that In every orF great sr nt war 1 Kngland Jn lnnll has hasbeen hnsbton
been bton late 1111 to ha ready but In the end her suu suucuss IUO IUOcu
cuss cu has hUl been hEen certain Wn must not forgvt forgvtthat Corlt CorltIhut
that In our Hevolutlonury 1uolutlonury War we I O wero aided aidedlargely nllolJ nllolJlurloly
largely lurloly by II warships walhlp ami 11 soldiers 8ol lorM from France Francewhich Frll <
which hlch resented rllutld being 11lnl deprived lfNII of her hl pos es esslnnsln 8 8slon
slnnsln slon 11 India Ildln Franco did tll not help helrolrcolntn helrolrcolntnIhpn our country countrythen
then from rrlm love 10le to IfUo us but hccausa hrauI of her hatred hatredof halrot
of Kngland KnglandI 1nlllnll
I am nl not forgftttlng rorlotnl Anvrlea A 1rlca for I have hnl a aboundless aIoul
boundless Ioul < I01 belief bll < t In II tho future of her great greatmission Ir < st stmlMllnl
mission mlMllnl but the character Ihurnltlr iind Ino efilcleaoyof eflchnoy ot her hormission herII
mission II slal will wi be bl blackened Lakne and debilitated l1blllalell If Ifpubllu I
publlu lIlo meetings mtltll nro ciinunon Col110n where men len de declare Ie Ieclall ¬
clare clall their anxiety Ilxlly for an Increase IMIII In II th iirlcu iirlcunf rle
nf 0 crepa crtld and anlln In Hi hl number nf 0 widows nnd Inllnr InllnrlhanM or orrhans
rhans canned cal e1 by Iy a wnr wlr In which her people peoplewore 1101110 1101110ore
wore ore killed klh1 and her Ir territory I rrltor annexed by a asemlclvlllxed nIIIcllllzpd
semlclvlllxed IIIcllllzpd people 10011 before h llre she Il could coul prepare prepareher pllaro pllaroII1r
her II1r army aruuwhlch which slu Mh believed bleplwouhl would never l1ver bo borequired bl blrulr1
required requiredKngland rulr1 I
Kngland 1lllanll Is llko Ikt America mrl1 In II so 10 far that the themore thl thlmor
more mor she Mht Is I confronted eonrrlul1 by danger tal or the th moro morobinding morobludlng
binding Is I the union Inlon of the thl vast majority mnorl of ofher ofhtr
her htr people 1 < olt Whatever hnlelpr Kngland Jrllaut mny 111 bu LI or orhas nrhu
has done shs sh has been foremost t for or political politicalund IIoltl11
und 11 < religious relilou liberty Ibrty Sin h spent lt lu 1H5 lKli more morethan lore lorethln
than thln 100000000 taken nkt1 out ot r the pockets of ofher orIlor
her Ilor peoplo popll to freo slaves and Home of this thismoney
money 1011 she he took to Hoiith Htulh Africa Ariea and an guvo ilO to tothn 10Iho
thn HoerB UMrl Why hy did ltl England Lnlllll pay tliu Boers Boersfor Joer Joerror
for their Ihlr slaves IlnvlM whon whln we w refused rthlRoll to par PIY a cent centto eentto
to the Southern Souther States SlutIl for their th lr slaves slavesA lavesA
A war betwoen America Amuricl and n Greater GreaterBritain Orpnlerlr1aln
Britain lr1aln united beuausn bflIUS her danger Ilnler demanded demandedIt Amnnltd AmnnltdI
It I would ould put baqk bn the clock of civilization civilizationmany lllzllon lllzllonmnny
many many lan years nnd It I would bo Ie horrible and andthe an anIh
the Ih moro prolonged prlnlEd because bOCile of thu nature nnd nndcapacity ondcl
capacity cl lelty of the Ih rucu Involved InvolvedNrwYonE
NrwYonE r Yon Fob 1eb 14 GIIKAT taT BRITAIN BRITAS
The Th Tax nn Murtgngei MurtgngeiTo 1rllnKP 1rllnKPTo
To TUB TlF FDiion 1UtOI nr 01 THE Til 8us SUNSir Sir 80 far farthe ar artlll18cus
the tlll18cus discussion lon of expediency eJIldlency of the Btratmhan BtratmhanMM flrnllhnn flrnllhnnt1
MM t1 totax 10 tnx mortgages morllni ban hi been 11n devoted to thn thnprinciples IhoplncIPIlllnlolle1
principles plncIPIlllnlolle1 Involved Tho ho bill 111 is I sn ollllllllt olllllllltallo lni > ortaiit ortaiitand
and allo so fnrrenhlngthat rarnaehlli Ihat I think thllk ItsadmlnlHtra ItsadmlnlHtratlvn IR IJllnlltra IJllnlltraIvI
tlvn IvI features hnluls should holil bo well pl understood unltrloo < by bythose
those 11080 affected oreeted before they the decide IcldA fororngalnst fororngalnstIt foror 11llnRt 11llnRtIt
It Some lawyers lawlrs have hul ex txlrlAHd preHed the thl opinion opinionthat ollnlol
that Section 8pctol a I uf Ir Article rlce1 II Is I unconstitutional unconstitutionalon un onlliulolat onlliulolaton
on thu III ground Irounllhllt thnt It I I hnlolr in pairs tho obligations ohlialol of ofcontracts orlnllrnet
contracts lnllrnet Briefly Jrllly Htatod flnte < this section lclou requires requirestrust
trust Irl 1 companies omllil which I hlrh are nolhA tho trustees truRtf for tho thoowners thoownlrl
owners ownlrl of bonds bOI11 secured fcur1 by mortguge lorIIlle on real realproperty renlpOPlrty
property pOPlrty situated Iltlnel In II whole or In part Illrt wlthln wlthlnthU w1 n nthl
thl thU Plate fIRlo to pay Iay all al taies InI due the II State tnlo upon uponthe uponthl
the thl mortgage 10rlllll Tho trust Irl t company lOI Il I Y is j given Il nl a aUrn
Ilm Urn upon UII the Ih bonds honIRlld and coupon COl 11 belonging blonlln to tothe 10thl
the thl bondholders 10nI011s for the reimbursement rlmburIf11 of the thetaxes II
taxes IlltO M 1 paid with wlh Interest nt II the I nitn rill of il ilI IICMIt
I eir cfint The Ill trust company OIllI1 may IIIII enfuroe this thislien Ihl IhlIn
lien In by proceedings provided lrnvil d In the act actIf litIf >
If anv nn bondholder imtkrs nil aNgninnnt hwmnl to tothe toth
the th trust eompnny omlnn of so much nf the principal principalnnd Irlnellnlnll
nnd nll > l Interest necruliig lrullll upor his hl bond ns n may maylie 11111
lie necessary to pay his hl tax In as It becomes due duennd Iul IulIIntt I
nnd pays to the tru IrnI t company In money thn thntax Ih
tax iilrinly IIlr lItl paid by the trust company he heshall II
shall 111111 not be h prejudicnil In any manner by Ilia Iliatrust thlrllal I
trust company Men MenAt 11111M
At the time that the boinlhnlilsr makes thu thunsulgnment th thn
nsulgnment n llnmflIt thn lru 1111 t company must Htatup Htatupupon In III I Ion
upon on the Ih bond honllInti and coupons eOIlI on > a memorandum rnflmOrnn lI1I1 nf nfthe 01ttlp
the assignment As there nre one billion > lI dol dollar 1101lar ¬
lar worth if I bonds or morn which nre nr affected affectedliythlsnet nrTpct 1 1I
liythlsnet I thl ad and us n th thr re nre ar probably lIO lIhl nearly nearlyono 1ItlIrlrnn
ono nn hundred million mil 11011 coupons tho task In of olol col collecting ¬
lecting thei > e Ixmils nnd stamping each coupon couponIs
Is one of considerable magnitude magnitudeIt
It has hl been Miagestcd that a foreign bond bondholder bonllholjllr ¬
holder cannot lu 10 < forcoi totniiknihNii 10 111 II 0 lIiIln lIiIlnInlnt s gn gninent
inent and If thorn Is dnulit tiimn this lid point pointtrust llnlnttruolrolllln11
trust truolrolllln11 comimnleH may shrink from rr < m making the thepavmeut
pavmeut of taxes InXI reijulred This section pro provldes I
vldes hlp however that Ihllil lithe lloro trust company com any falls fallslo Ilr nil
lo protect tin inorlKagn rnorlllIIMlIillor security for thn I b tAIIII tAIIIIor nelU nelUof
of the bondholders I It shall bu h r rllOnlblt < smnHltili lo loany
any In bondholder who mav l ho > o aggrieved nlllul > oll by such suchfailure Auchfullllrl I
failure failureIt
It has hn nlrendv been stated that tbotrust com company ¬
pany may 1111 enforce I1IorC Its It lien upon nny nn bond bondbr hontlhr 01ll1
br judicial jllII ln proceedings as II hereinafter provid provided ¬ I
ed I The judicial proceedings procl lllIltl provided IlrohllttrfO nre In Ingenious ¬
genious ROil Interesting If n tax Is 0 not pall pallprior I
prior to the llrst IIrolllonIIII Motnlav In March thu bond bondand
and the Ih < mortgage nre nr llntiln to seizure nnd sale saleand 1110 1110nn1 I
and It shall bn the duty nly of 0 tho court to Issue 1111 1111IVrrllnl n nwurrant
wurrant or warrants lo any Sheriff or other otherperson olhprpHon
person commanding him tnoeljoall If pl7 111 debts 1101 nnd nndobligations nnlloblhmlloll
obligations secured ollrell by tiiorlungn tcgclher tcgclherwith 11athorllh
with llh the mortgage security Inrlt therefor thereforThe IIlelpfnrThe
The twelfth nnnigrnphof the thirtyfirst sec section SNtlon ¬
tion provide < thnt I Ilt At nny singe 111111101 of tho proceed proceedings roceld1I11l ¬
ings the court shall hnvo hilI thu power to Issuo Issuospecial IMIIOolIlal
special warrants arrnnl for the Ih seizure of anv paper paperwriting 111t1IrwrHloll
writing or writings evidencing a IIllnt1 ilnht or obli obligation 01111ntlnn ¬
gation ntlnn or mortgage seciirllv cllrlh proceeded against againstor
I or upon which the State has a lien and nntlll It mav mavalso mR mRnlso
also on proper ground made tliTefor IhrplorIul IhrplorIuli ls uo uowarrants
i warrants IVn rrOIlI authorizing tho sen sllrh re h of nny build buildIngn
Ingn safn 1111 or place 1lal within thu Slnto for such suchtajior 111chI
tajior nJNr writing or writing writingI
I I have hllIIIr1PIMPtllf endeavored to talrly stain Ial parr of th thniethnd Ih1IIflhn1
niethnd provided In tho IhI1I1 Mil to secure cur the th pny pnyment pnympnt
ment of the mortLnBi > tax I am wellnwnre wellnwnrethat wplI nwnr nwnrItllt
that I have hn ilone this Ihlolmllrtl Imperfectly II for thn bill hilli hilliI Is Iston
ton I carefully a rrully and closely elo t written tn bo described describedIn
In fewer words forlhall than tlm blllpnntnlns 1111 nlnill It might mightto Of II I
to havn careful cnrrulluh stmlv and thus Ilir arl I have found foundverr 011111vpr
verr vpr few W persons who had moro than super superficial OUDcrI1ctnl ¬
ficial knowledge of the details of 0 the bill billIMWROK hili1wAoS
IMWROK Irnnv IrnnvSecretary IIOIIIl
Secretary Il retnn New York Tnx lleform Association AssociationNKW Aq oelrtlnn oelrtlnnI
NKW YOW YORK Feblt FebltTn rlh II III
I
Tn TUT Tff KlUTili or Tim SitsVir rN j It Ii Iirltiht IIriOhi
I rltiht and 1111 proper Iol r tint personal property should shouldny
ny Itn Jmt linn1 of nil tae ami noilontit 110 ouht a ininh ininharrr mlldlhucr
hucr arrr revenue would 111 br b had h by 1 tlu th priipn priipnix
tn ix ft live mills in n all nuirteauei rlallet and I n > irnl irnlai erhlIn
In ai mi II banks 1 BIII 1 lul lit did 111111 It ever rr ocvur lo yen tliat tiv tiviinv Ivuln
uln iinv thl revrnui fer rn state I puriof i ctrlnnivrlr ctrlnnivrlryii
yii 11 Timid 11 < 1 ellnilnaie ell 11111101 all nlllllhrpl IntiTP f HIP BIMITI 1lcAral tji tjip InIa
p Ia r throughout the Ih Mtstc II In Stile ndnlr III They TheyvrnnM fh
vrnnM 01 rfiiunn n that Intmiiuih 0 nil Htati talo > Mpriiie Mpriiieram 1111
I I ram frnai prr mat priiturty alon > It wmiM JI matter matternoihinir all allohhll
noihinir lo them were they tho trrntt nr mnll 11 WnuM WnuMnot
not thu Ibl liavn n tihilrnor tn prolllimrr Irtlll cr In Rlitipt Ria
> 4ii > i I It not I true tint evnry rtfali Ailnilnltia Ailnilnltiaion ttll
1 ion ttrlves h tn win lnl il retain the rniiflilinii i nftlii nftliipfcple
pfcple 10 Wh not place the tb iin > la si In the theRilifral h h111
fund 111 nud take tlterrfriMM 10 f much n no ina inaner 111 111I
Rilifral I ner > nary ar tmlefray IIIlerulh the Slate i > ipenne vP > v
P IStiTirtu IStiTirtullntiMi IIII R RI1nll
llntiMi I1nll Hteulen flltu Co C X V Feb 1 1The 1Th
Th The Clinmlier of Cninniere CninniereTo lIIl11prr IInllllllll 1111 1111Ill
To TIIK KDITOR or THE Srxvjr HIs Thn Thnstatements rI rII
I statements thnt havu appeared In snmo nf Iho Ihopnpirso thJI
pnpirso pnpr 0 last JI t cvetilng and this Ihl morning morn III pur purporting IllIIortlall ¬
I porting toeotKO from rOIll a member nf tlm llulld llulldIng lIulllInl
Ing Cnrninlttue that the Ih Chamber has ha nboul nboulenmtl nlouLlornlItnl
enmtl lornlItnl txl the tI raising of Its It building fund In InJliMjooot IIII
JliMjooot tIIIIJI ln tlm renulreil niuount tn make IIH ex existing txItlnll ¬
I isting subHcrlptlons ollb rlpllllu blnillna 1 1 1111 Ull was iinauthor iinauthorbeil
beil 11 1 nnd Is tI1II nilslendlng IItlnl We 1 t 1111111 ne d the sunn sunnof lIm
of 0 Jiioooo 1tJIIJJ to make the Ih fund rllIIIIIIVailnl rllIIIIIIVailnlnnJ iivallalde iivallaldeMORUIK
MORUIK nnJ K Jrsri1 J r II President PresidentAlKXAMKH PrlolnnlItXSJot1I
AlKXAMKH I Olll OlllChairman 011Cllllirmnn
Chairman Building Committee CommitteeNEW o111lmlrtoI
NEW YorK om Feb I b in inIptoDntP IIIj
I
j IptoDntP lteltliiui llr lre lreFrnntn ko koO
Frnntn O JlrH > ni lift f llalm 110AnluolIII itf V njnire njnireAnnioliiniti
Annioliiniti receive tm I > tnnrh iittriitinn In I the therhttrche lb lbI
rhttrche of the present day ther are sr too many manyrandyull 11Ia
I randyull nnd too hllle ulralktitfortturd Oj OJOlrl OJOlrlJrltblllll > rl rlITfivMiif
ITfivMiif Them are too 1 many einletviirera and tvu tvulitllt I
litllt tutler uJi or anioug amoll the Ib youu people l eolI
rue nosnift IIIIJt laKMUM laKMUMA JUM JUMPcblcal
1 tJrofente > of rrof rrofHyalopTh IrorIITlolTht <
A Psjchlcal Phllosophrra PhllooIlP ffn
HyalopTh 0111 tlier 8I IUd IUdTo I ITo
KPITOB OK Tn TIIIC HusMr Hu r As AImmhll a amlmberof
To TUB
mlmberof mmhll or tho Fyschlcul nescarch It aroh Hoclftr Hoclftrnnd
nnd ono who does not accept Irvf Hy Y8101 OPK OPKhriiothesl 04 04hy0Ih81
for Mrs Irf Ilper H Hpowers IfOro
hriiothesl n nM the true causo
powers I hope you 11 will permit 1rill It m mil lo question questionthu 111111011Ih
thu Ih nttltuiln of TlIK m SlS on this matter m ttlrl as I Ibelieve I IhA
unfair to Irof IrofHyslop Prnfyllp
believe hA II 1 It Is I unintentionally
Hyslop yllp Tho main iU 11IlInll tlr > iiH nre nr Has 110 > J h r r1iper
that precludo tho ross roalbltlty roalbltltyor blllty bllltyof
1iper 11 powers
J1t r uiiy
of fraud Crnulnn1 nnd iloes Io nhe hA tell lelllhlnll things that she Ill ly lyno It I Ino
no ordinary or socnlled olnlleIIIIIllIrlll natural means cnuM cnuMliosslbly I Ilof
liosslbly lof IIIIY learn If Mho does can an wo offer any anybelter 0111IIlttr
liypothcblsthan IIYllOlhc61s tllun 1rof Ilys Ilyslops I
belter solution or I
lops 101 tonicountfor 10 nlcouut tor It ItTlIK IIrllll
TlIK KiN HI to bo hotiudt hono t must judeo Mrs Mrs1lpers lrM I IlhlrR
absurd cases casesami C8 C8on
1lpers cnnn tnoal1art anart from the Ih many
n nnoun 011 011nOIll1
phenomena
ami on claims of sulrltiullstla
undercomlltlons undercomlltlonsHtrlcllrsclenllfln undercnlllllthniMtrlIIYcl
noun of these wore performod
MtrlIIYcl Htrlcllrsclenllfln lIllnl1 and before sceptic cIII For or over overIvrolvn
Ivrolvn vears Mrs Jr 1lpor h hall given 111 < 11 evidences 1 of ofabnormal orIIhMrmlll
abnormal powers to sceptics 4 elII 1 nho ho were wer looking lookingto
to trait her Dr 1 r Hodgson nOIII on was all especially noted notedns
ns n scientific Investlgntorand exposerol fakes fakesand rakesnnt
and started In to investigate MM 1lpcrln order orderlo
lo oxposn hor he employed detectives to natch natchher
her nvory act and took every precaution thnt thntcould
could tin thought nf by a sclontlllc Investigator InvestigatorHe
He Introduced strangers to hor without warn warning ¬
ing and she has given to hundreds of persons personsvldonce
vldonce of abnormal rowers without para paraphernalia ¬
phernalia with no humbug as to the magnetism magnetismnr
nr scepticism of tho sitter Interfering with her herpowers
powers and while many things told were wereridiculous
ridiculous and trivial tho mass ot specific Im Important ¬
portant facts proper names places acts of ofIndividuals
Individuals nnd things known to nobody but butthe
the sitter and the socalled spirit must bo con considered ¬
sidered ns a wondnrful exhibition of powers powersbeyond
beyond thoso of any human being we know of ofI
I am well acquainted with Irof Hyslop and andhaving
having assisted him In other Investigations I Iknow
know h Is above till things scientific In his hismethods
methods Hn has received evidence that to tomost
most people would warrant beyond the possi possibility ¬
bility of a doubt n belief In the Spiritistic Spiritistichypothesis
hypothesis yet he lioldnnodogmatic opinion opinionon
on the subject nnd distinctly states that Ills Illsn
n provisional hypothesis ho advances ns tho thophenomena
phenomena justify Midi n hypothesis according accordingto
to our prnsent knowledge of thn powers of hu human ¬
man bclncs It Is truo that many trivial things thingswirt
wirt mentioned by Irof Hynlnp us well ns Im Important ¬
portant ones the reason being that Irof IrofIlyslops
Ilyslops special Held of Investigation was to toobtain
obtain proofs of personal Identity If ouch was wasporiHlblu
poriHlblu How many persons nre there who whowould
would nut uso many nf thesu socalled trivial trivialstatements
statements ns n means to Identify themselves If Ifthey
they wero away mauy years and camn back to torelatives
relatives who failed to reiognlze them We Wemust
must not necessarily ne uin that If con conscious ¬
scious Identity iloes exist apart from this thislife
life It Is any morn advanced than we aro hern hernOther
Other Investigators havu mado that thnlr thnlrstudy
study and have obtained Information relating relatingtoll
toll while Irof Hyslops special Held was to toget
get proofs ot personal Identity IdentityWhen
When It Is realized that communication fre frequently ¬
quently lasts only five inmitcs It can bu read readily ¬
ily seen how difficult It Is to obtain satisfactory satisfactoryknowledKoof
knowledKoof all wo would Ilkuto know Now Nowwhile
while I hold that Mrs Ilimrs personality In Insome
some manner similar to telepathy obtains obtainsher
her knowledge 1 am hone t enough to concede concedethut
thut Irof Hyslops hypothesis u more reasona reasonable ¬
ble and answers phases of the phenomena Im Impossible ¬
possible to explain otlienvlsa with our present presentknowledge
knowledge JOSKPII F Btsx BtsxNEW
NEW YOHK Fob 15
To THK EniTonor THK SUN Sir Your edi editorial ¬
torial ot this morning Spirits Without In Intelligence ¬
telligence Is capital and convincing But If IfIt
It will not convince Irof Hyslop will you please pleaseask
ask him these questions
1 Can Mrs Piper do anything which cannot cannotbe
be tiecnuntel for on thi Hherlock Holmes Holmestheory
theory ivlK tho nimble mind reasoning from fromncutn
ncutn ami rapid observation ot minor de details ¬
tails
> Can she do anything more wonderful than thanthe
the mindreading of tho lato Magician MagicianHeller
Heller who blindfolded on n stage could coulddescribe
describe any artlclu In the audience audienceAll
All of which leads up to what my experience experiencehas
has been In throo years ot curious Investiga Investigation ¬
tion viz that I have never peenIn Spiritual Spiritualism ¬
ism anything so clever or so wonderful ns nsthe
the poorest prestldlgltatuur In the amusement amusementbusiness
business could do JfABY H Ftrovs FtrovsNEW
NEW YORK Feb l lFlrrmcn >
Flrrmcn Wnnt Slorei Time TimeTo
To TUP KniTon pr Tun Bus Strt We are anxious anxiouslo
lo have our e u n pUreil before the people In a pro proper
per mannerund wlththc end in view that tho people peoplewho
who favor the tivo pUtoon bill or tho o who oppoi oppoiIt
It will do o with a full undrnttndlng nf the pre pretent
tent renditions of nsrvlce lu th Fire Department Departmentthe
the following In mpectfnlly Biibraltted BiibralttedIn
In a month of thirty dsra there nre To Loiin Loiinuvarly
uvarly nil city employee eiiept nremeii nre nn nnduty
duty OH honr during the niontb the UreroenaK UreroenaKnn
nn duty ills hours uthcr rlt inployeca work workeight
eight houni > nd have nlntetn hour for deep rccrei rccreilion
lion ami for their fainlllo iliu niio day oreach oreachwe
we k Thn ftioinen nro on duly twentyfour liours liourseach
each wurking day they have hut three daytott each eachin
in ntli ami Hint tluie twnUe ti < iurn each raontli raontliCnlidltloiiili
Cnlidltloiiili They am allowed oneninl oneguar oneguartrr
trr houri tor edih niml thrit tinien it ilay ami ono onomid
mid tlirieiiartiii hour for rarh nifal twice day daynr
nr lhrB hoiin for one niral mcli ilay ilayXu
Xu city should ileniKiid of lt cniployoei that they theyb
b lolatil trnmttiitr nii < l chllilren twenty twentynven
nven lajK out nf rach uniiitli The tlremrn nro nrolorred
lorred In uliep in the tlrrlio every nUht with thn thni
i nf tlirco time n liiontli vhcn they havn havnilav
ilav oM Ami tho tlccpiii the MiclUK homo i ron ronlantly
lantly illsinrlied by th nUrnin liornri kc and It Itl
l a rulniinlilBuiliilfnie tn my thu leant And wn wnrlnlin
rlnlin that I hi tivnt IntereBtx of th ilepsrlraetit and andtli
tli llve ii il proiertr ef the people lull bo belt beltrrtrd
rrtrd by n lUtil rule uf coiiilurl which Ii provided providedIn
In the Ilutoou bill Intruiliiceil lu tho Kenatt by bySenator
Senator Kuril ami r rllnu that tho opponltlnn 11 11dltional
dltional men for each company we an nire the thel
l > eole 111 not permit liftw friiutnnlwiriict better betterMTVlocaint
MTVlocaint thechaniesto let inoomen live Illierlvt Illierlvtlleil
lleil human lielnan fnrvcnilv klni you to help In Inthe
the can of nllvrinit humanity ami that you Khali Khalilook
look into the cine nnd help along the can canNtw
Ntw YOMK Ieb HI A KIHEMIM KIHEMIMIopulUt
IopulUt Tumi Snrlnlltt Snrlnlltttromtht
tromtht Auniii Cilu Jiumat JiumatTOFFIIA
TOFFIIA Feh II KsHiipreme iourt Iteporter J JC
C Cleuifnn h s rut lon from tin ropullit jiarty jiartyentlrelr
entlrelr Tomorrow ho will reiliin an a member of ofthe
the Shannee county Populist committee and hence henceforth
forth Hill rail hli lot llh the Horlillit party nf the theState
State
Trnnavnnl ltefiier ltefiierVow
Vow t fnntnn Mnrninj ltnitr ltnitrThe
The tran > iut Chcnhlro iKo 43 alio arrived at atBoutliaiiiptonfriiniUouth
BoutliaiiiptonfriiniUouth Africawltli Mil refugees refugeesof
of whom iifio wrro Jewi JewiThe
The llullel llullelVlil
Vlil whiz coo tho Illllo tine hiillel let out of ofthe
the way when I hum humVim
Vim ran Liuvli at round nhol anil hell and dodco dodcooa
oa they clumsily enme enmeThe
The bic r innit shut In a Imlli loudly h blniters blnitersnnd
nnd rusri rusriAnd
And tho nhrapnel ulirll tlve wurnliitf to all aa hl h hIn
In the nir In tear tearA
A I fly mi mr ileathileallni rrritid the men that
1 lilt n vrr hear hearIts
Its Hie ours that 1 mU that flinch at my hli and andli
li trn njaln In fur furI
I ce ti > my nork iinicen I neithfr Mmttr nor norMi
Mi MiI
I but whlntle and ilnu a I ln my way and andtraluht
traluht Mmy blllcteo blllcteoI
I rut through miincle nnd h me lent through heirt heirtand
and brain brainI
I cnu main Ibf mtn nt the bin cim nuke ni I rut rutand
and cniuv iiin iiintUiuilmt
tUiuilmt the Ulitertrur w rl tht tanro ami thn thntsyonetii
tsyonetii itii1 itii1I
I volliy thrm IwV hinplni ilead In Iho track n nthn
thn wiumiliil elaiuirrnnl irel irelA
A Bg fur thn riiiiiu hut Hiul ahill asthey tlnl h In Inam
am ki > and ilnt ilntWhen
When I hit in mark I leave nonciUd and mark markWin
Win whl1 HIM the lfe HI nilt niltIn
In iayi < nf uM uhrn liiikht Hero lioM and andarmed
armed rap rapThey
They fanl HIP tar they fjnl the nurd lint lintnever
never fMiiled inn innVfhl
Vfhl wlii ui thi litile MHO tnillt Iins pliur pliuraii
aii > l pit pil pat patWhen
When the rule Imot nke lulitlr nnil coot or dont dontllinw
llinw till top of utlr hlt hltNow
Now Iniik Ihnii over O ItcdcroM mm Count Countthem
them up I i iWas
Was It hn or shell weapom of atef 1 or the bullet bulletthat
that won the da
CUOBUI Ctovca
rnn anir anirKvhlcntly
Kvhlcntly the crip < loo not troublo Itself Itselfwith
with the weather Hiro on our Atlantic coa t tpeoplr
peoplr blame thn sudden changes In tho titn titnporalurc
poralurc for Its Introdtittlon Hut tliedlsniisi tliedlsniisiIn
In now scattered nearly all over the clvllinl clvllinlworld
world and appcnr with ciiual vlrulcncn In Inillffercnt
illffercnt cllinnlix In isomii of tho towrm hi HIM HIMnorth
north of France notably Amiens It has at attacked ¬
tacked oncllllh of tho population Hut It Is Isworsn
worsn In the Icnlnl cllmntrt of southern southernIVniici
IVniici mid tho city of SlaKclllessuffered most mostof
of all allIn
In Italy the grip plneuo Is trnvelllng nt ntiapil
iapil rat At Homo onethird of tln popula population ¬
tion Is nffrcloil and the iostal and telegraph telegraphservices
services rni mnro or lo s dlHorgnnlwd on no nofount
fount of the prevalence of thn dli < tisit among amongthinmplovoes
thinmplovoes Tho pneumonia which comei comeifrom
from the grip Ix billovtv lobe Infectious but butprobably
probably on this point the iloctor dlffi dlffiIn
In London thi < death rate which U usually usuallyabout
about J fer thousand has reached 42 per perthousand
thousand ami thi > Increase Is largely due to tothn
thn Influenza In Dublin tho death rate lins linstun
tun HP to5ipi > rthousanil owing to thu severity severityof
of th samo disease diseaseIn
In this country it IB not very dangerous but butItlsheri
Itlsheri
7 UK VIWOIV THKirV THKirVCeiriniin
Ceiriniin uf ICxchiinsIng Itutlflcntlnns Co Coducted
ducted nt tln > Stnlf Ilipiirtiiuint IlipiirtiiuintWAHIIISOTOX
WAHIIISOTOX F b It Tho ceremony of ex exchanging ¬
changing rntlllcatlons of thn tronty for thi thipartition
partition of tho Satnoan Islands between the theUnited
United States and Icrmany took place at the theHiute
Hiute Department today In order to com complete ¬
plete tho exchange similar ceremonies will willoccur
occur In Derlln and London Those formal formalacts
acts will murk tho end of thu trltmrtlto pro protectorato
tectorato over Hamoa nnd flreat Urludns with withdraivnlfrom
draivnlfrom nny participation In the affairs ot otthe
the Islands Thnneit step will bo tho format formatassumption
assumption by Germany of authority ovor ovorUpolo
Upolo and other Islands lying west of tho 171st 171stparallel
parallel nud tho formal assumption by thi thiUnited
United Stites of authority over TutullantiJ TutullantiJthe
the other Islands lying cast of Hint parallel parallel1resldent
1resldent McKlnley will l iun proclamation proclamationtaking
taking over Tutuila und Its neighboring neighboringIslands
Islands to the United States and will deslgnntu deslgnntuii
ii naval oflleer to retirement the llovernment llovernmentthere
there thereTheceremnny
Theceremnny of exchnngo took placo In Hi HiDiplomatic
Diplomatic llootn Thoso present woro thn thnheijntnry
heijntnry of Mate Ixird Inuncefotn tho Hrit HritIsb
Isb Ambassador Ilerron HolletKii thn tier tierman
man Amba > < siior Mr Taylor tlm acting chuif chuifof
of the Diplnmiitlc Iliirenuol tlie Still Dupart DupartliHlit
liHlit and Willlnni tilvlnriicrctnry llavsmes llavsmesseiigHr
seiigHr who bus for many years nlllvil th thheals
heals to all treaties Thero was nothing strik strikingly ¬
ingly fortniil or ilrnmatltiibout thn ceremony ceremonythat
that markid such an Imimrlnnt ntng In thi thiblMnry
blMnry of th nittlnns Involved Secretary Hay Hayhmiilivi
hmiilivi to Lord Iauneifoto and llerr ui uiIlollilioii
Ilollilioii ench n copy nf tlu > treaty signed by byPresident
President McKlnley and himself Then Lonl Lonl1auncefotonnil
1auncefotonnil llerr Vnn llolloben each signed signedn
n receipt The affair wim concluded In a lew lewin
in I n 111 e
In llerlln the leiman Minister of 1orelgn 1orelgnAffairs
Affairs will hand copies of the treaty to thu thuillplomntle
illplomntle representatives of Irent llrltnln llrltnlnnnd
nnd thn ttilted SlntLN nnd In London tint tintJlritlsh
Jlritlsh Minister of Foreign Affair will hand handcopies
copies of thu treaty to Hit American and Oi > r rman
man reiirisentatlves It is not necessary that thatnil
nil throe ceremonies shall tnke place on thn thnMime
Mime day hut the prnetlee Is to have them themoctiir
octiir ery nenr together The copies handed handedby
by Secrnthry Hay to Lord Iaiinoefrito and llnrr llnrrVon
Von I jollelion will bu sent to London and llerlln llerllnfor
for preoervntlon preoervntlonIoNiiox
IoNiiox Feb M At Hie Foreign Ofnce thi thinftertioon
nftertioon Mr Choute > hu American Amhas i itlor
tlor anil Count WolirMittiirnkh who I tern ternimrarlly
imrarlly reposentlng Onrmnny In flrent flrentllrltaln
llrltaln received tnim Lord Salisbury the thellritlsh
llritlsh ratification of the Hntnoan treuty treutyllEliItx
llEliItx Feb ID The Xorlh termini fSatttte fSattttesays
says that Dr Solf formerly Dermaii On ul nt ntApia
Apia will bo thn llret Ocrman iovurnor of ofhiimoa
hiimoa
siritiiirx itnrKXVK ix CVIIA CVIIAItrrclpls
Itrrclpls nnil l xpriiilllurrs fur tlm > nr nrKnilril
Knilril Drr 31 I8ii I8iiVsiiiXfiTos
VsiiiXfiTos Feb IH The Secretary ot otWar
War in response to resolution of Inquiry to todar
dar transmitted tn tlm Senate n detailed state statement ¬
ment of the receipt nnd expenditures of the theIsland
Island ot Cuba for the year ended Dec II IIIHini
IHini compiled from the reports of tho auditor auditorfor
for the Island The statement shows that for forHi
Hi twelve months the receipts from Customs Customswere
were 15011OKI from postal service244 service244MJj
MJj Internal revenues 7875I and nils nilscellancoti
cellancoti ti total of JltlH4UOir JltlH4UOirThe >
The dlsburnemerits aggregated 14iSriHUT 14iSriHUTleaving >
leaving n halation for tho year of 210210 210210The
The expenditure wero divided among these theseheads
heads headsHunrkt
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Saullatiin noSISSl noSISSlIliirnl
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IliMti works imrta c 7oulsit 7oulsitClinritleimnil
Clinritleimnil honiiltali K217 4 4Mi
Mi c llaieiin Il40a2l Il40a2lcivil
civil government nir4n nir4nMnuiclpnlltles
Mnuiclpnlltles 1S3H404 1S3H404Aid
Aid to diitltntii aziiuiil aziiuiilUuarnntlnc
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I uituini nervier 8IOHO 8IOHOhtatannd
htatannd iuvernineut IIUOSU IIUOSUliiatlcnanil
liiatlcnanil public liiitriictlnu VHMMUT VHMMUTKmancK
KmancK r434IM r434IMAgrlcultiiri
Agrlcultiiri i47ni7 i47ni7IOtal
IOtal ner re 1134ICH 1134ICHAuilltorii
Auilltorii ami treasurers oWcc BOiiSU7 BOiiSU7Ceuina
Ceuina 3j7l7 3j7l7FltKK <
FltKK THAIIK WITH PVKRTO 11ICO 11ICOView
View of Clinrlrn W Walklni n Memlirr of ofthe
the Iimilar Cnnimltilun CnnimltilunVSHINOTOX
VSHINOTOX Feb 10Charles W Ynlklns Ynlklnsoffirand
offirand Hupids Mlchwlio was n member of ofthe
the Insular Commission which mado nstndy nstndyof
of Iuorto Hlco and its neodif IH openly and andwithout
without reservation for fr o trade with that thatIsland
Island He believes It should bo mado a terrl terrltoryof
toryof tho United States Tho Insular Com Commission ¬
mission spent a number of weeks in Puerto PuertoItlconml
Itlconml conducted imbllc hearings In llfteon llfteoncities
cities and towns uni made n comprehensive comprehensiveexamination
examination of thn people nnd Institutions Institutionsthere
there AH In Hie proposition to lmpo ndilty ndiltyon
on Puerto itlcau trmle for tho reason thnt their theircheap
cheap labor would compete with that In tho
I nlted States Mr alklnssanl ho did not see
how their competition would Interfere at all allOf
Of course labor Is eheiii there ho con continued ¬
tinued but they dont get nnv moro labor for forn
n dollar than we do JMII cmt do n much muchwork
work In that ellnnte us here llcsldes the theproeesss
proeesss lire all old nnd they hava n wastage wastageof
of H or 10 per cent more tliiiti wn ilo especially
lu the manufnctiiro of wisnr I certnfnly be
llevi that Island l entltleil to entrance as a aterritory
territory and I personally know thut thoan
Islnndcrs will > most slmmefully dls ppolntei ppolnteifind
find hutulllaled I tlnv nre held off nt arms
length as subject rather than citizens oftlw
United Stales StalesrncKinnnKri
< > rncKinnnKri > i rtT HOME HOMEThey
They nrr > not Manteil n Drlrentr tn the theItrpntillrnii
Itrpntillrnii Nntlnniil ronvriitlon ronvriitlonWAKIIIXUTON
WAKIIIXUTON Feh HlIt lias been mads madsknown
known by the Pepubllcan National Commltteo Commltteothat
that Federal ofllceholdirs nre not wanted nsj nsjdelegates
delegates to tho National Convention A few fewdays
days ago Secretary Dick of the National Com Comnilttee
nilttee received a letter from K II II Greene Greenenhulrmanof
nhulrmanof the Ittpubllcun State Commlttco Commlttcot
t > Texas Inqiilrliig nbout the matter Mr MrDicks
Dicks reply follows followsIn
In reply to your esteemed favor of recent recentdate
date I would Bay Hint whllo th National Com Cominltleo
inltleo does not nmumo to Interfere In tlm tlmhoieetlon
hoieetlon of negates yet In order to nvoj
adverse criticism it Isileeme ndvlsntilo thut so
fjir ns practicable delegations lo the com ng ngM1
M1 t ° V Hlloul l0 compdseil of
Lr 1J Then Theni
eritlotiK to thU
rule i but piiblle sentiment dictates that
rmlV > 11 ot ll to ° l > mm nw ly
LJ 1 i thi thimiT miT gement of K lilciiU
fonventioti n in view of thl consl > Prutlnn It Itr
r f ° I1 rllclstn which has somet men meni
i 7llormn lr < Wrcentnte of the 1
tales were otnceiioldors under tho lioveru lioveruAn
An Citliiinlr nf < > Ulioilr Ulioilr7A
7A lltr t C HVrar Inririn Mtiii MtiiivnrldIOtinl
vnrldIOtinl i > tem < of the theret
l In > lt IS
lii iJ hi f1 man and
ret reii in thiit M selme He cim be uehernimnnil
lnil winre It Is ibio to bring I in ck i
urns nut ninst utigeneroiis mwarVl thcsii
vhnm he regards H MH Inferior oi
me him In nny wny lie l very tenaclo s of
Piirpii without liny seruples IH to Hi
neansbyw hlel it may b ueen rnhH I
s K Khrittil judge of Minn and viVovereoiill viVovereoiillilV
ilV ii I l r I hat reVso it itK
K likely tr iniiiio mltiike
> ns oihur imm Hit
a ninn of hi mi plans nnd full of riHoirrl riHoirrlHn
l Itentlo i M nti
Hn lilng which has oaiiseil
the ruin f ftreater
treater men and may yet causo hli

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