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i I j According to the latest ltst news nVK from Be BeKn Her BerIn HerUn
Kn In the preliminary Ilrlmlnlry outcome of the clo clotiorm dec declions <
lions tons for the Reichstag was the return rtur cecI i oC ol ole
e 205 05 Deputies a second Icond balloting blotng will willrequired wi b breqtiired
I required reuir to fill fi 102 10 of the 307 37 seats s ts li lithe in inthe Ir Irthe
the Chamber Chambr At the second hallotinfvoters balloting balotnK balotnKIJ ballotingvoteN
IJ voters otel will wi have to chooso between btwln the lhjtwo the theI thetwo
two candidates Clndlllles who received rcccd the hinhes hinhesnumber hill higliestL et etk
k L number numbr of votes tl on the first flt ballot biot Not Notwithstanding Notwithstanding ot otwlh8lndlng
I wlh8lndlng withstanding the very ery largo proportioof proportion proportionV proportoIltel
V tel I of constituenciesnearly conRttuencrs coiitItinciri nelrly nearly onehalfI onehalfIwhichno onelllf in inC ftthicu1
C whichno whidl no definite dnnio remilt was reached rlthed I Iis i It Itr
r is il possible nihle by n comparison of the ro roturns rotlrnl r rturns
turns tlrnl with the stnlo filto of things in the las lasReichstag hlt hlti lnitI
I s Reichstag H lchstRI to arrive at some trustworthy trustworthyrohchisiot truftworth truftworthConc11fioll trustworthyi
i i rohchisiot Conc11fioll robhiRiorItis as to ti the relative relltve strength strngth o oparties oC oCi
i I I partlesiri parties In the nwffl new body bodyIn
1 In the thE last Int Reichstag the Consent Consenttiros Consermt ConHervaI
t I I tiros possessed 52 5 seats letf and Ind 20 were wer werCupled oc occupied ocf ¬
f cupied by their habitual allies IlleR the so socalled fO fOt socalled
t i called cBiet Free Frpe Conservatives ConRcnltlls The Na National Xatlonal National ¬
tional Liberals Liborl8 mustered Iuftred 51 DopttieThe Deputies DeputiesThe Deplte
The Richter Richtr Radicals Rrlltal including 7 SoutlOrmnn South SouthCermln SouthI
I Ormnn Cermln erman Democrats Demotrtt numbered numbrd 31 1 the thegroup theJrup thegroup
group Jrup of Radicals I llcals headed by Dr BAIITH DARTHH
14 There were also 4 Agrarians 10 IfAntiSemites 10AntSemief 10I
I AntiSemites AntSemief 10 AlaacoLorrainers AIMceLrraine 14Poles 1 1Poles 14 14PoleR
Poles and 21 I more mor or o less independent independentmembers independentmenbl independentmenbers
members menbl The Social Democrats Dmocrats had had5S
58 and in the Clerical party prr of the Centre Centretho Centr Centrethei
tho thl largest In the Chamber Chambr there wore woreloi
loi members membr The majority which in insisted insisted InMisted ¬
sisted upon high duties on breadstuffs breadstuffswas hreadsturs hreadsturswa
was wa made up of Conservatives Conseratie and Free FreeConservative Fre FreeF
F Conservative Conservates of the I he four Agrarians Agrariansof Agrrian AgrrianoC
of most mot of the National Liberals Librls and of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the Clericals Clericalf The ho opposition was Wf Wa com composed compORd coinI ¬
I posed mainly of the Socialists Socialsts and the theRichUr thei
i I Richter Reht r and Barth Brth Radicals RadicalsLet Iadlcnl Iadlcnli fladicniI
i I I Let Lt us say at once that the Clerical Clericalparty Clericati
1 i party prty of the Centre Centr seems feems to have hve un undergone unti UnI ¬
ti I dergone d rKone no loss It I has h returned rtured 87 87Deputies 87Dputel 87Deputies
Deputies Dputel and its it candidates will wi be beGSlIptwi be1Hot beI
I 1Hot GSlIptwi llot4d for a lcold second time tme in thirty thirtysii thiry thirysi thirtyI
I sii si constituencies contuenclel If I it succeeds on onhalf onI onhftlf
I half half of f these thee new ballots baiots it will wi retain retainprecisely retin retainI
1 I precisely rst the strength strelgt which it i pos posWftsod post 105j
j t I i Wftsod ssed Into in tho last Reichstag Rplchst g On the theother theI
I I j other hand the Conservatives Cn rmtive and the theFree thet
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t V I Free Fre Conservatives ConsnUc have hr1e elected elete but 37 37Deputies 37I
1 I Deputies eputie and nd will wi have haveto to be successful successfulIn eucceCl1 eucceCl1t
t I In thirtyfive thlrt fve out of the fiftythree fiftythreeballots fftUlre
1 ballots blo eLlot in which their candidates cndidat will wi be beeligible b
1 1 eligible in order orer to keep the number nubr of ofW oft1tswhlch ofI
I J t1tswhlch W i t8whieh they had in the te last IMtCambr IMtCambri Chamber ChamberThe Chambert
i t The National Natonal Liberals brals have hve returned reture but butrftve butJ
d J rftve ti five Deputies Dpu IC and will have to triumph triumphrin triumphI triumphI4
I I4 rin rn r4 fortYix forty foYolX ix out of sixtyfive sixtyfve balot ballots Ifi if ifthey IfI
i they are to keep kep their former forer strength strengthf
4 f Thifl Thi his of o course cur Is impossible imp sible Not a asingle aI
1 I I single Agrarian Agraran was W8 returned returne and so sofar 80Ca so4l
4l far Ca as a our information infonnaton goes gos only one onej oneAgrarian
d j Agrarian candidate cndidate will wi be eligible elgible on ari a asecond aI
ri l second R ond balloting balotng Neither the Richter RichterRadicals RichterRdicll Richterc
c I c Radicals Rdicll nor the Barth rth Radicals Raicals carried carrieda crried
a single sln Ie constituency both bth the leaders leadersHorr leaers leaersHer leadersI
I I t Herr Her RICIITER RICIEt and Dr BAKTH BARTI being beingthemselves bing beingthemselvest
1 themselves them lve defeated though they tho will willimdoubtedly wi willindoubtedly
imdoubtedly indoubtel bo b successful 6uccessCII on a second secondballoting secnd secndt secondt
t t balloting baloting If I the two Radical Rdical groups groupsand groupii groupsand
and nc the South German Geran Democrats Democat should shouldwin shouldWn should1n
ii win Wn 1n in overy one on of the fortythree fortythreeballots fortythrcoblot
4 ballots blot for which their candidates are areeligible areelgible areeligible
eligible elgible which is manifestly mnnioty impossible impossiblethey imptslble imptslblethey impossiblethey
they would woul fall fal short by five fe of their theiraggregate theirRplreate theiri
i I I aggregate Rplreate numbers number in the last Ilt Reichstag ReichstagWo
We observe ob ele finally fnaly that tho Socialist Socialistwho Rocas Rocaswho
1 who had ha but blt fiftyeight frteight Deputies in the tholast thelast thelast
last Chamber Chabr have already elected fifty fiftyfour ffYI fiftyfour
four rOlr and their candidates candidats will wi partici participate particiIIte particil
l I pate IIte in fl 122 J2 second end ballots balotl If I they theyue theyuec sue succ
I c c coed ed in a quarter quartr of these the they will wi have haveabout haveaolt havej3
j3 about aolt eightyfour votes in the next nextReichstag nextReichla nextTg
Tg i Reichstag Reichatagtc ReichstagEvidently Reichla
tc i Evidently Evidenty EvidentlytheSocialists the theSoCalsl Socialists have to a very verylarge veryI ery
I I large lar largeextentahsorbe e extent absorbed nhsorbd < htheitidiealgroups the Radical groups groupsthe groupsth
5 I the th National atonalLbrl3 Liberals are tending tow toward toward towtf ¬
tf L ard disintegration disintegrtion the Conservatives Conseratves of ofboth ofbth ofl
l < both bth shades have been bcn weakened wekened the thor theClericals
J r Clericals alone Ilonp seem fem invulnerable inuinerble If Ifnow I Ifc
c now we examine the figures fgurs with refer rCer rCerI referf
f 1 I mice trc to possible political p1tr 1 combinations combinationsthree combinatons combinatonsthree combinationsr
r j three facts are especially espcaly conspicuous conspicuousFirst
t I r f First Fir the antiAgrarian strength strnKth is nogreater no nogreater n
i greater Ireater than it was waJ because bcUJ what tho thoSocialists thoIalft theiociahiats
Socialists Ialft have gained Iined the Radicals Rdleall have havelost hve hve10t haveI
lost Secondly S condly there to be
I 10t Scondl seems eems b no noprospect noprospc
3 l prospect prospc of a defeat of the commercial commercialtreaties commercal commercaltrUe commerciali
i treaties through the combined
trUe the opposi opposition opposition ¬
1 ft tion of the Socialists Soi1 t and Id the Conserva Conservar
4 r 1h fives the former foner opposing oppsing the treaties treatieson trate
1t 1ii on the ground that tho duties dute on food foodstaples foo foodf
f p1 staples laple are ar too high and the latter later on onthe onthe onI
I i the theplea plea lea that they are ar too low In the thethird theQi
Qi I 1 third thir place plac the support suppr of the the Clericals Clericalswill Clerlcall Clericalstt
tt I will 1 be b as a indispensable to the Imperial ImperialGovernment Imprial ImperialGovernment
1 Government Gverment hereafter hereafer as it has been beenduring ben benuring beenduring
during the last five fve years yer In order to tofjecure toi
f fjecure i < ecur that support suppr the Chancellor Canclor will willhave wii wiihve willi
i have hve to find fnd means of persuading prlmadlng the thoBundesrath theUundesrth theL
Bundesrath Uundesrth to sanction the repeal rpal of that thatsurvival thatIIrvvl thatI
I survival IIrvvl of the F Falk lk laws wjiich bars barsJesuits br barsI
I Jesuits Jluits outof out of Germany GermanyTho Grany GermanyI
t I The aggregate Rggrgate vote cast seems not to tonave t tohae
J i hae nave fe greatlyexceeded gratY excded that which was wasthrown wal wasthrown
thrown on the t 4 first frt ballot blot in i 1880 181 It I will willJail wi willdJ
c
dJ 1 Jail 1 short shor of of 8000000 800 Of these thes the theSocialists theSlal the4c
L It 4c Socialists Slal t must mut be b credited crlwd with about abouttwo a aboutt bouttwo
t two and a half hl millions miion or with wih several severaliindred seml semlt sevelh
t h iindred ndrd thousand tloullnd more 10re votes than thln they theyioinmandcd the themmanded theyitnmanded
ioinmandcd five fve years ar ago ao If I the thoelectoral thetectoml theI
I electoral tectoml 4ectoral districts were wer apportioned apporionod to toImputation toPUltOI toopulation
Imputation opulation PUltOI as by b the organic law of the theGerman thermln theGerman
German rmln Empire Empir they should be b the theSocialistsshould theSIItsihould theSociallstashould
Socialistsshould SIItsihould bo b ablo to elect elet 132 132pjeputies t32epute 132eputiesnr
I pjeputies epute eputiesnr 4or 1 about but onethird of the theObftmberiJbr
ObftmberiJbr tmbrf aniberU r in Germany nerany it must be beremembered beL
L remembered membrd membered a citizen ctzen qualified qualfed to vote votefij voteOne
1i fij one district can Cn vote in any other otherConsequently othernlrlenth other1t
1t Consequently nlrlenth the the surplus strength Ktrngth pos pmS postered POf ¬
S tered iM by the Socialists 8la1stl in certain lrain urban urbanWntres urbanntrt urbanfentres
Wntres ntrt can an if the cost c t of travel be b pro prorfded prorl prorded
rfded rl rded ed be drafted drCted off or to districts diltricts wherein whereinhey wherin
hey thy are II weaker For Jor upward upwar of ofthlrt ofthlrtear thirty thirtyyears thirtyyears
years ear however h ever the Imperial Impral Govern Governmenthlkrefused Govr
menthlkrefused ment irh to topride provide by bylatut statute statutefor
for the strict adjustment of
L strc adjutment representa rprsnt ¬
tion lon to population which the orgar orgarlaw organlo organlolaw organilaw
law requires rqulrR ppulaton The result rsuit Is II that t trural the therunll tl tlrural
rural districts dlstrlct which 1hlch the Conservativ Conservativcontrol Conservativlcontrol
control have hve a representation roprsntaton in t tReichstag the theHichltag Ui UiRclchstag
Reichstag out of o iii all al proportion to tl tlnumbers the thenlmb Ui Uinumbers
numbers nlmb of their voters votersTlu votersThe oter
The h8 > remarkable remrkable gains which ov ovfrom even evenfrom ovo ovofrom <
from the present prsent returns rtul it is evidc evidcthat evident evidenttht eviclorthat
that tht the Socialists tocalst have made must lust 1 1attributed b battributed
attributed atrbut to the fact that since sinc tl tlrecent the therent thi thirecent
recent rent transformation transformaton of their pr prgramme pro proramme prc prcgrammo
gramme ramme they the should bo described describd i iDemocrats al alDemotratl a aDemocrats
Democrats Demotratl rather rther than as lS Socialist SocialistIt SocilltH SocilltHIt
It Is It the repudiation relJdlaton of the ideas of KAI KAIMARX 1AU ICAIIMABX
MARX MAIX by some lome of their leaders leder and Ind tl tlconsent the theconselt th thconsent
consent conselt of others other to postpone post pOlO the advo aclvcacy advocC advocacy
cacy cC of the Marxian platform platorm that tht ha harendered hve hvernderd hay hayrendered
rendered rnderd It possible pOllble for Radicals Rdicl to c coperate co cooprte ccoperate <
operate oprte with the the Socialists SocoI tlln In the creatic creaticof creaton creatonof creatioof
of a formidable democratic democrato party partyArmy prt prtArmy partyArmy
Army Officers Ofcers tflcers and West Point PointOfficers Ioilt IoiltOfcr loiutOfficers
Officers Ofcr of the Regular army arm may tal talheart tko tkohert tak takheart
heart hert of hope from frm the Presidents Prsidents n npolntments np nppolntmentl oppointments
polntments polntmentl of cadets to the United Stat StatMilitary Bt StateMIlitary te8
Military 111 ta r Academy Atademy in the class el8sf whkwill which whichwi whk whielwill
will wi enter the institution Inttuton next June Junethe Of Ofthe 0 0the
the eleven appointments npplntment announced announcd o oFriday on onFrida oi oiFriday
Friday Frida all al are ar sons son of men who are nr c cwere or orwer o owere
were wer in the Regular Rgular service One Oneof of thyoung th the theOlng thiyoung
young Olng men is the son of that tht gallant galant ol ohwarrior olwarrior old oldwarrior
warrior Gen SIMON BOLIVER BOIEI BUCKVK BUCKVKof BlCK 1 1of
of Kentucky Kentlck another anothells is a son lon of the lat latCapt late IntlCapt
Capt apt ALLTK CAPHON AIION who served Ired wit witsuch with withsudl witsuch
such distinction distnction in Cuba during th thSpanishAmerican the theSpanlRhAmerkan thlSpanishAmerican
SpanishAmerican War Warund and another Inolher U Usou f i i isoil a aSOl
soil SOl of Gen Gn Konufi who won a Brigs Brigsdierfi Dripa Dripadierf Brigadiers
dierfi dierf star in the Philippines Phippines Amon Amonthe Amonthe mong mongthe
the alternates alerates are ar sons of officers ofrel in th thnavy tho thonln thnavy
navy nln as lS well wel as n the army armyIt arm armIt armyIt
It It has hnf always been bn held held by the officer oflleeriof officerof ofror ofrorof
of tho army Rrm and with wih much reason raMn that thnthe thatthe thatthe
the Academy Ardemy was WIS not for their sons lons n nmatter no nomater ncmatter >
matter mater how capable they might be b o opassing of ofplinl ol olpassing
passing plinl the rigorous rigorus entrance entrnc examina examination emil eicamination
tion because bcause there were wer always alwa1 the sonof son sonof Jong JongoC
of men with political poltcal Influence Infu lc to btnkon b be betuken betoken
token care of first ft Army men canno cannoplay cannot cannotplay an not notplay
play the Political polUcal game gam and they are o olittle of ofUtle oflittle
little Utle use lRe to the Congressmen Congrtsmen who may rnnjnominate rl rlnominate maynominate
nominate cadets Cdet from their districts districtsIt distrcti
It I isnt so 8 often qfcn even eel that an arm armofficer ar arofcer array arrayofficer
officer ofcer has hll a vote ote owing to tho fact that tha1he thathe thathe
he isnt long enough at any anyone one station statiotto stationto
to acquire a voting residence residenceSo
So it happened happene that the sons of tluarmy the theary thearmy
ary army have had to get their Academy ap appointments ap npPoifltflleflts ¬
pointments if they the got them at all al al almost II IImost ahmost ¬
most always nlwa1 from the President Mr MrMcKiNLEt MrMCKINLEY 11
McKINLEY was the first frt of recent Presi Presidents Prei Preidents Presidents ¬
dents to inquire what hat West Point material materialhere materill materillthele materialthere
here was among the sons < of officers ofcl in inthe Inthe inthe
the service before bfore naming tho cadets cadetsitlarge Cdet cadetsatlarge
atIllge itlarge And now Mr 11 ROOSEVELT fol folowing fol10winK following
owing in the late lae Presidents PrOidentf footstep footstepIBS footstephM footstepshas <
hM IBS taken tken all ni of his hii candidates Candldatef from the thesons the80nl thoSons
80nl sons of the men who do the nations nationsIghting natons natonstghtnl nationsfighting
tghtnl fighting fightingThe IghtingTho
The he armys sons < are lre coming Cming to their theirTreasure theirown theirfiwn
own
Treasure rel ure Trove roe In Murpbynboro MurpbynboroBook IurpbboroBook
Book hunters hunter grumble that no more morereasures mor moretreasUres
trasur treasUres are ar to t be b picked pick d up for a song songPhey songThey songrhey
They say lay that tht you may nose for hours hounit hour hourat hoursst
at it a book hok stand Itand and find fnd nothing Al Alhe Al All Allthe
the he bargains brgains have hve been ben snapped snappd ujong uj uplong p plong
long ong ago The book stall stl men know too toenuch toomuch toomuch
much the amateur amatur has hn no chance chanc Th Thales The Thetale Theales <
tale ales of first tmt editions editons of LAMB or POE hid hidlen hidden hidion
len away awa in a pile pie of musty pamphletsf pamphlets pamphletloC
oC f absolutely absolutei unique copies boughtror bought boughtor boughtfor
for or a quarter quarer or a sixpence sixpnce by a con conicienceless conIcenllees conicienceless
Icenllees icienceless customer cutomer belong blong to the myths mythsind mythsand mythstad
and legends legendf of bibllophlly biblophl Vain is the theearcli theRrch theearch
Rrch earcli in Cornhill Corhi Boston or that tht long longwrren longbrrn longbarren
brrn barren field feid the quays of the Seine Seine5o eineSo
So 5o o old and cruel crel is the world and so 10 hard hardt
it it t is to get something lomething for nothing nothingBut nothingBut nothingBut
But the pot pt of gold is II still sti behind bhind tho thoainbow thorainbow therainbow
rainbow Who would have thought of ofilgging ofdigging ofligging
digging up upa a priceless prilless find fnd in Murphyx Murphyxx Murthysboro lurph1
boro x > ro III I Murphysboro is eligibly elgibly and andloubtless anddoubtess unItiloubtless
doubtess loubtless happily happiy situated lituatd on the banks banksf bnk bnkof
Iudd River remote remoteroih remotefro remotefrom
of > f the Big Bg Muddy not too
fro from t the metropolitan metropoltan gayeties glateR of Cairo CairoMurphysboro CairoIurphysboro CairoMurphysboro
Murphysboro thrives but not until unti tint last lastweek lt ltwek instweek
wek week was it known to bo b the home of a ahok aI
I 1 book hok in script on parchment prohment purport purportng purpor
ing ng to bo b the secret scret log book bok of Ciiius CiiiusropliER CIIS CIISTOPIER CuinsrepliER
TOPIER repliER COLUMBUS on his great grlt voyage voyagef voyag
of > f discovery dI8cover a discovery much less lessiiirprising lef lefsurprillul lessUirJriMflg
surprillul iiirprising than t1m the discovery of this thisM thil thisLook
bok Look M > ok A special spcnl despatch desptch to the Cin Cinrinnafi Cinrnnali Ciainni
rnnali rinnafi Enquirer informs InCormf us Uf that the theSon theHQn theFIqn
HQn Son FRANK RANI REEVES RBEVE of Murphysboro Murphysboros lurphysboro lurphysborois
is s the happy hpp possessor plsor of the invnlu invnluiblo Invllu Invlluabie invaluiblo
iblo manuscript manuript In default of an exact exacttbliographlcal exactbibliographical I
blblogrphicl bibliographical > description descripton wo W must mustx mustb mustbe I
b be x content Content for the present prelnt with wih the thetocount theI theacount thewcount
acount tocount given by the despatch despatchThis de ptch ptchThis
This book bk Is a record recr of the events and or the theegret Ihecrel theIPeret
egret hope bope and fear fears can or the treat navigator on onits onbl onii
bl ii its first voyage c aCe aerow acrt the Atlantic AlanUe The record recordiegln1 rcord recordetn
iegln1 etn when the Beet 1 t left Palos Ialo Spain Aug 3 3U12
U12 492 and continues cnlnues until unllibe the returning relurlnr vessels were wereaught wre wreeaurbl Wereaubt
aught In a terrific storm about abul2 200 OC miles mlea west or the thekzores Ibezors thetzorrs
kzores zors At A this Ihl stage alale CobUSfBlR CLUIt1 and bl his crewad crew crewisd cre crehad
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1190 llscovery woer and of ° the disappointment dlsppolntmnt or orCOLUIC orCOLUICwben COLCMIUI COLCMIUIrhen COLUMriwhen
when be tailed taled to find cither el her gold or spiers qn Ihe theroplcril Ihelrplrl Iheropiral
lrplrl roplcril Islands blnda which he visited visitedThis visltedThis Iled IledThi
This Thi must be b the original originl statement statementirawn lttemcnt lttemcntdrwn statementdrawn
drwn drawn up by COLUMBUS inclosed Inclosd by byilm byllim byhim
him in a cask ck and mailed maled from tho Nina Ninan NinaIn NiiaLa
In n the deep It I seems leml that tht the lucky luckyMr luckyMr luckySIr
Mr REEVES RBEVB got the book from an old oldGerman oldGeran oldDennan
Geran German family faiy in Cincinnati Cincnnat several severalrears serl serlcr severalcars
rears cr ago Presumably Prsurbl PrtBilmabl the old Ger Gernan Gr Grman German
man family famiy came cme to the United States Statestorn Stats Statsfrom Statesfrom
from Maritime Maritme Bohemia where wher the cask casknust csk cskmUlt caskmust
mUlt must have landed somewhere somewher between btween btweenU93
U93 193 and several sverl years 01 ago The manu manucript manuscrpt manuicript
scrpt cript is in excellent exclent condition cnditon consider considerng considerIng considerLng
Ing ng its it age and travels Probably Probbly Co CoAJMBUS CoLUMBUS CoLVMBtiS
AJMBUS had hd it bound In half t1 rubber rubberrith rbbr rbbrwith rubberwith
with iron back bck and corners corne1 and uncut uncuttone uncutIhme uncutttone
Ihme tone edges with an asbestos IsbStos case cas Com Comnonly Cornrnonly om ommonly
nonly longhidden valuables that haveeen have haveeen hle hleben
ben > een committed eommlte to the sea fea are bound boundn
In n full Cul shark shrk or 0 fourquarters fourquar f whale whnletesearchmust whnlp whaleRosearchmust
Rerchmust tesearchmust disclose discoJ what Ivht became of ofhe ofthe ofhe
the he cask clk If I the manuscript was wal found foundn
in If n the original originl wood woo wrappers wppf It becomes becomestill bccoreR bccoreRIti becomesitihl
Iti till more mor interesting interestingAfter InterstnJ interestingAfter
After Ater getting gettng the logbook log book Mr REEVES REEVESvisited RfrE8 RfrE8M lntvravisited
M visited vielte all al tho book stores strt of Cincinnati Cincinnatinit Cincinnat
but nit could find fnd no such book and its it et etitence tx txIltence e estence
Iltence itence up to that time tme was wal not known by byho b bthe byho
the ho dealers dOler Is not this sufficient sufcient proof proofhat pro proofhat f fthat
hat the manuscript mauscript is original orginal Mr MrlEEVF8 MrREEEB MrFIEEVES
lEEVF8 was WI offered ofere a handsome price priceor prr
for or the book bk Naturally NaturI and if he has hashe huthe hashe
the he original orgi cask k the price pric offered ofert will willstupendtjb wi wille
b e stupendtjb BtupndA stupend Wa Wolook look lok to t the te Illinois Illinoisietorical Iinois IinoisHistoric Illinoishistorical
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and ad Mr REEVES might mlghtnk nsk sk the HoJOHN Hon HonJOlN Ho HorJOHN
JOHN JOlN BOYD Bor TUACHEB TACHBB to t writean wrie a Intn Intnduction Intr intreduction
duction ducton Meanwhile Mewhle the fisher fher of boo boomay book bookmay
may find fnd it to t their advantage avanta to t cai caitheir et ettheir castheir
their lines InJ In the Big Muddy Mudd the Ohio an antho and andtho awthia
tho river rier towns townf generally generly SlNDBAU SlNDBAUsecret BINDBAVSlecret S1NDBADsecret
secret lecret loIn lOi with photographs photgrlphs of the 01 01Man Old OldMan OhMan
Man of the Sea 81 and other eminent clt cltzens olt citiseas
zens whom he met is believed bleved to t hq hqboon hqve hqvebn hv hvbeen
boon bn put Into int a copper vessel vll former formerloccupied forerly forerlyoccupie formeroccupied
coppr
occupied occupie by a Jlnn somewhere off th thKonkan the thelonkan thKonkan
Konkan lonkan coast COIt It may ma turn tur up any an da daThe dy dyThe day dayThe
The trouble with most mOft bibliophile blblophU s thi thithey tht thtthey thathey
they have hlve more enthusiasm than ttin pa pttlencc patence patience
tlencc
tence
Cardinal Vaughan VauglmnCardinal VaughanCardinal 4URhunCnrlnal
Cardinal Cnrlnal VAUOIUN VAUOIAN who died at Len Lordon Ln Lndon Lendon
the heat heaof head headof heatof
don on Friday night had been bn at
of the Roman Catholic Ctholo Church Churh in Eng Ensland England England
land for ten tl years yol and during that tim timlho timhe tme tmehe
of hifaith hi his hisfaith hlifaith
he had witnessed witned a notable notble growth grwh
faith in that country cuntr countryand and had ha contribute contributeto
to it by b the ability abity and sagacity sOKcity of hi hiadministration his hisadminitrton hiadministration
administration adminitrton and ad of his Intellect Intlet an antemperament and andtemperament amtempertunent
temperament temperamentArchbishop tempertunentArchbishop temperament
Archbishop VAUGHAN V AUGUS succeeded fucCded Card Cardmtl Carl Cardinit
mtl nit 1 MANNING In the See S of Wetminstr WetminstrIn Westminste WestminsteIn
In 1802 18 and the next year was wn create createa cret
a Cardinal rlnaI Unlike lnlke MAKNINO lASNtNO and NEW NEWMAN NE NEIAS NuwIIAN
MAN however both of whom iweoverto passei passeiovcrjto passe
ovcrjto oer overto to Rome from Anglicanism AI lcanhml ho wa waalways wal walalways waialways
always a Roman Catholic Citholc and after afer has havIng ha haInK hasing
Ing received rcied his education educaton at the Catholi CatholiCoiloge CRtholc CRtholcCoiege CatholitCollege
College Coiege nt Stoneyhunst Htonerhunt was ordained ordaine ordainedpriest i ipriest 1 1prie
priest prie t in 1854 Three Thre years yell years before bfore had haioccurred hadoccurrd hadoccurred
occurred occurrd the ordination ordinaton of Dr MAXNIVI MAXNIVIto
to the Roman priesthood after having havinibeen havingben havinpbeen
been ben a leader lcder of the High H h Church Churchparty Churh Churhpry Churchparty
party pry in Anglicanism Anglcanism up to 184S Ii In
1845 Dr NEWMAN EWIAN had passed over ti tiRoman to toRoman tcRoman
Roman Catholicism Catholcsm from a place o oleadership of ofleadelhip ofleadership
leadership leadelhip in the Oxford Oxord Movement o owhich oC oCwhich ofwhich
which the present Ritualism Rtualsm is a n conse consequence consequence comeqlionce
quence quenceCardinal quenceCarinal qlionceCardinal
Cardinal Carinal VAUOHAN YAUOUN belonged blonged to th tharistocratic the theari8tocratc thsaristocratic <
aristocratic ari8tocratc circle circe of English fnglsh Catholics Catholicsand CatholC CatholCand Catholicsand
and his ecclesiastic was wainot wasnot
disposition dispOilon as l an eccOiato wa wanot
not conciliatory conciatr He was wal always nlwa1 un uncompromising uncompromising Uncompromising ¬
compromising in his allegiance algianc to t his hiiChurch hisChurch hisChurch
Church and its II doctrine The attempt nttemplof nttemptof
of Anglican AnKlcan Ritualists Rtualsts to get a footinpfor footing footng footngCor footingfor
for negotiations neJotatons for union with Rome bj bjobtaining b bobtining byobtaining
obtaining obtining Papal recognition recollton of the valid validity vald validity ¬
ity of their ministerial ministeri orders ore received receivedno recive
no countenance cuntenance from him Ho le de demanded demande domanded ¬
manded mande n 1 its his Church demands abso absolute absolute absolute ¬
lute submission to the Papacy Papcy and Ind would wouldyield wouldyied wouldyield
yield yied nothing to the Ritualists Htuolst in whose whoseability whoseabity whoseability
ability abity under any an circumstances crcumstancs tccarry tc t tocarry
carry crry with them to Rome any an consider considerable cOllider cOlliderable considerable ¬
able part of their followers folowe ho never hadany had hadany
any faith Ho would have lave them come comein comein
in no other way WiY than that followed foiowed by byNEWMAX byNEWMAN
NEWMAN and MANNING or by individual individualconversion Individualomefion individualconversion
conversion omefion and ad submission submissionCompared lubmllon lubmllonCompr submissionCompared
Compared Compr with these two great Eng English Englsh Saglish ¬
lish lsh Cardinals Cnnllll Cardinal Cardinl VAUCIHAN must mustbo mustbe mustbe
be put on a I lower intellectual intelectull level but buthe buthe buthe
he was of great strength of character characterand charcter charcterand characterand
and bold in the positions ho took and andmaintained andmaintncd andmaintained
maintained He has hal died at a timewhen time timewhen
maintncd le tme tmewhen
when the Ritualist Ritualst movement in the theChurch theChurch theChurch
Church of England has his gone so far farRomeward forRomeward farRorneward
Romeward in its is essential doctrine and andspirit andspirit andspirit
spirit that the revolt of Anglican nglcn Prot Protestantism Proetntlm Protestantism ¬
etntlm estantism against it has ha become bcome bitter bitterbut biter biterbt hitterbut
but meanwhile meanwhie the Roman Catholic CatholicChurch Catholo CatholoChurch CatholicChurch
Church seems sml to l be > e steadily teadi strength strengthening strenth strenthening strengthening ¬
ening its position sition in England Englad for the thevery theery thevery
very ery reason renfon that it refuses reCust to t recognize recognizeliny
liny all priestly priest authority In Ritualism Ritualsm Itmay It Itmay I
may be wild therefore that the uncom uncompromising unem unempromiflng uncompromising ¬
promising policy polcy of Cardinal VAUOHAN VAUOHANthough AUGHA AUGHAthough Ati0iIANthotigh
though often criticised crlichHI lias been bn practi practirally practiiIy practicahly
rally iIy successful succ fui Moreover it has hl had hadthe hadthe hadthe
the unreserved support of the Vatican VaticanSuliiK VaticanCulnR VaticanGoing
Going Hatless HatC8 at Newport NewportWith XewportWih NewportWith
With Wih the deepest interest students studentt of ofmanners oCmannoI ofmanners
mannoI manners have noted the introduction introductionimong introuction introuctionImong introductionamong
Imong among the young women at Newport Newportthe
or > the custom CURt om of going goig bareheaded breheaded It Itias Ithas
111 has ias long been suspected suspcted that the wear wearng Wlar WlarIng wearing
Ing ng of the hat was a sign of mental and andphysical andphysicl andphysical
physicl physical degeneracy in the entire entre human humanrace humanrace humanrace
race There are even persons pnons of sound soundmblts found foundhabltf soundhabits
habltf habits who hold that the wearing of cer certain certin cerLaili ¬
tin tain kinds of hats hatl in company compny with cer cerain certain certaut
ain sorts sors of coats contgas as for example a anot apot apot
pot not hut with a frock coat or a high hat hatwith ht htwith batwith
with a dinner jacket jacketil jacketis is a manifestation manifestationdepravity manlfettaton manlfettatonof manifestationof
of > depravity cepr it beyond ho ond toleration tolcrton Our Oursest Ourbest Ourbst
bst best society 80cety long lotl ago resolved to exclude excludefuch excude excudeluCh excludesuch
luCh such offenders o endlrf against aFalnst decency cecnc and good goodsrdcr Koodordrr goodorder
ordrr order It will wi now be b in order orcm to thrust thrustill thrlt thrltal thrustall
al ill such as af wear wer hats at any time tme without withoutho withouttho withoutthe
the ho pale as a persons peronl of Illaired iaired IdeasIt Ideas IdeasIt ieea
It is a matter mattr of historical historl1 record that thathe that thatthe thatthe
the he most mOt successful lurc ful people Ttopl that over overlved oerIvcd overlived
Ivcd lived namely the Romnns ROmtnR were er not notiddictcd notaddicted notaddicted
addicted to the stuffybrained stufbmlned habit of offiatwearing oChatwering ofhatwearing
hatwering fiatwearing With their bucklers blcklel ofbrass of ofarass oCbrts
brts brass arass and their short fhor swords of fine fne steel steelthey steelthoy steelthey
they swept Iwept the map of the Eastern Elter hemis hemisphere hemispher herniaphere ¬
pher phere from the three thre parts prtl of all al Gaul Gaulo Gaulto Gaulto
to o the Dardanelles Daraneles and from the Libyan Libyanleserts LibJandlser Libyandeserts
dlser deserts beyond Carthage Carha e to Charing Charingross Charing CharingCro CharingCross
Cro Cross ross s with their curly Irl locks lockl streaming straming stramingto streamingto
to 0 the winds so that that as al their sandalled sandalledeet eandaIed eandaIedfeet sandalledfeet
feet feet smote the everlasting eelsting rocks roks their theirlublime theirsublme theirBulhime
sublme lublime heads wagged among the stars starsWhen stl starsWhen
When the Roman begun bgan his hil descents descentsf delcenv delcenvoC
oC f the hill hi of degeneration degeneraton so graphically graphicallylescribed grnphlrly grnphlrlydescribd graphicallydescribed
describd described in the numerous numeroul pages of Mr MrSIBBON MrGIBBON Ir IrGB80
GIBBON he began bgan habitually hubitully to wear a ahat ahat ahat
hat and by the time tme he had been ben trans transormod tran transformed
formed into a cheap imitation imitaton of himself himselfn hitsl
en n the shape shap of a meditnval Italian I1lan he hex heouid hecould
ouid could x > uld not venture out doors without one onelistory oneHistr oneHistory
Histr History narrates with averted Icred face fac the theloings thedoing thedoings
doing doings of his docadent years yoarl his years yearsif year yearsaf
or if hathood Time was wa when he went wentmreheaded wentbrhaded wentbareheaded
brhaded bareheaded and the world was his hb now nowle nowhe nowhe
he le wore wor a cross between btween a 1 pie pan pn and andI andstove
I 1 stove pipe pip and there ther was wa none non so poor pooris por poras
as is 8 to do him reverence rvornc About but the thoame thesame thesame
same time tme some purist purit invented the cus cusom cu ensam
tm om of taking off of the hat in the presence presenceif prsnc
oC if a woman woma in order to prove that one onevas oneWI onewas
WI vas really raly a man manYet manYe manYet
Yet Ye somewhere somowher back In those thos de deenerato degenerao deeneratc
generao enerato days there thcl dwelt an inward inwardenso Inwardln inwardtense
ln tense of unworthiness for from Crol soine soipernystious soinenysWrious lolpe lolpemysttrious
mysttrious nysWrious source 80urr has ha como down to t us usho usthe tieho
the ho expression oxprol As mart rune as a a I a hatter hatterilteguldcd hater haterMirgulded hattertisguided
Mirgulded ilteguldcd persons perons have supposed sUlp d that thathla thRtthis thathis
this referred rfcrred to t the hmker of hats hlls But Butdiyshould Hutwhpihould Butivhlahould
diyshould he be b held up 11 as tho synonym synonymho t nonI
tl ii ho very cr paragon pcrgon of madness Idnfs If I ho horns hoWnl hozan
Wnl rns mad lad ho bad method for by the thounking the therakin thenaking
rakin unking of if hats Iw earned earnld earned himself hinlC a roof roofHitler rooCuutn rooftiitier
Hitler which he might rest his own head headlatlcss headIltlc headintletes
uutn
Iltlc latlcss It I was wa not not ho to whom the theaying theyin theaying
aying yin referred rCered Hatter Hater means mean one onerho onewho onerho
rho hats hat of course rUI not necessarily necessarilythen neoaly neoalyother necessarilythers
other then but himself himsl The hotbrained hotbrainedrearer hotbrainedwearr hotbrainedrearer
wearr rearer of the stuffy hat he h it was who whoras whoaS ho hoWa
Wa ras aS mad ma while whie his uncovered unco d forebears forebearsuled forbar forebearsiiled
rled uled the world worldHave worldHave worldHave
Have we not all al seen sn the beneficial bnefcal
<
efeO8 effe effects ts of otgoing going glu hdtloss btlumon among thayou thayoumen tbeyoUnmen
men of Newport Have they ty not rl rlin rwm rwmIn rlseiin
Newprt
in an amazingly amzlnRly short Ihor period pro to t prow proiheights proud proudhelght prowheighta
heights helght of intellectual IntIecul and ad physl physlpreeminence pblcl pblclprlmieno physics physicsPreeminence <
preeminence prlmieno And now the you youwomen young youngwomen youniwomen
women who none will wi deny have hve e ecelled ex exoled cxcelled
celled oled the young men in brilliancy brilliancywit briicy of ofwit o owit <
wit and beauty bauty of person have hv ci ciaside ct ctaid ens ensaside
pron
aside aid the t theha ht ht yea a oven the picture picur h hand hat hatad ha haand
and ad the th Indescribable idcibable confection cnfeoton ar arare and andaftt ant antarc
are aftt flitting g through thugh the sunlit eunt avenue avenuwith acnues acnueswth avenuewIl
with wth their thir golden glden hair hal rippling rlppllg do dotheir down downthi dowitheir
their thi backs baok under the actlnlo actnlo rays ra1 o otho of ofthe oftho
tho great stimulator stmulatr of cerebration cerebrationStorey crebrion crebrionKtorey cerebrationStorey
Storey on Oppression OppressionWe
We have received rlve a pamphlet pphlet copy COP r rwhat oC oCwht o owhat
what wht purports purpr to t be b an address adre deliver deliverby delver delivemeeby
by Mr MooBFlELn MORIIBLD BTORRT STOnE before btor tr trNew the theNew th thNew
New England Englad Suffrage Bufrge Conference CnCerenc on tl tl30th the the3ohoflutMrch tb tb3Othof
3ohoflutMrch 30th 3Othof of laatMarch last March The hesubJecti subject is Negi NegrtSuffrage NegiSuffrage Negro NegroBulrage
Suffrage Bulrage Is Not a Failure FailureOf Faiure FaiureOf FailureOf
Of course Mr Ir MOOKFIELD STOREY STREY hi hia hM hMa haa
a perfect prfect right to t regard rgar negro neo nuffraf nuffrafas sufrage sufrageas suffragtas
he hi hithe has hasthe haithe
as a triumphant triumphat success suee just as I
the right to believe blee that jero American po posession ps pssclon pm pmsession
session sclon of the Philippines Phllpplne is i a crime cime Bi Biho Dut Duthehu Bulhehas
ho hehu has no right to t say this thisThese thi thisThrue
These Tht e thinker Ihlnkel ron on the lb negro ner question queflonl 4ay a y tli tlithe the IhatIbe thethe
the policy ple or n JuMlce JWlee has railed raled while wble other Ill IllTH lke lkeTlnl Ilki IlkiTSP
TH TSP New Nlw YORK YOI SUN SN eiw even nugget fUIIMt that tht we mae maerepeal mu murepeal rut rutrpallbe
repeal rpallbe the Fifteenth FUentb Amendment Amendmelund Ameadmoatsod and try Iftpprulon Iftpprulonaraln IroppreS3loi IroppreS3loiThe oppresilo oppresiloagain
again againThe
The oppression oppre9ion which Mr MOORFIEL MOORFIELSTOBEY MOORFIELDSTOREY MOORFIEIrSTOREr
STOREY nays a8 THE TiE SUN suggest SUggMt must mUlt b btried be betrd
tried tJ again agll with the repeal of the Firteenth Fir Firteenth Fifteenth
teenth Amendment as al rp a preliminary preliminarthereto prelminary prelminarythereto preliminarythereto
thereto is apparently apprlnt of the sort sor which whlche whichhe whichhe
he goes on to describe delcrb as 8 having beeitried beer ben bentlil beertried
tried tlil before befor the Fifteenth Ffenth Amendment Amendmenwas AmendmentWR
was WR adopted adoptedThe aopte
The Kuklux Klan made its appearance appAale I IIM6 II III le leIMS
IM6 I and soon Mn spread all al over the South SUlb Its It vc vctlmi 1c 1c1m 1cilmq
tlmi 1m were wer Union men and negroes oelrot Its Is method meitodiplans meltodplans methodplans
plans and membership nlembrbp were secret crl and It IIDllml IIDllmldated Intlml Intlmldated atimldated
dated whipped whippd and murdered men with 11h Impunity ImpunlljColored Impunil ImpunilColored ImpunityColored
Colored schools sbool were closed cosd schoolmasters aeboolmuter an anclergymen and andelerCmen andclergymen
clergymen elerCmen shot and hanged and the lb testlmon testlmonmaUcj lelmony lelmonymake iaetimony iaetimonymalmem
maUcj make It apparent apPlrenl that Iba It I WM 11 a movement to loin loinItinidate In Intlmldate InImldate
tlmldate Imldate the he negroes nerror and hold them In subjection subjectionOther subJecton subJectonOther subjectionOther
Other conditions conditons prior to the adoption adoptioiof adopton
of the Fifteenth Fifeenth Amendment are ar recitetby recited rie recitedby
by Mr STOREY to support suppor his assertion assertioithat aerlon aerlonthat assertionthat
that that it was the grant grnt of suffrage elfrge which whiclprevented whichprvented whichprevented
prevented the actual or virtual Irlal reen reenKlavemont rtn rtnsla rethslavemont
Klavemont sla vement of the blacks He says 8S thl thlin th18 th18in this thisin
in so many words wordsMeanwhile WOrf WOrfMelwble wordsMeauwlitte
Meanwhile Melwble suffrage aurrsre baa ba done Its I lt work H Hha I It Ithas
bM ha prevented the ren renlvment reinetayemetit lavement or the negroes negroesand nerres nerresald negroesand
and ald from rrm nownn now Olibe on the struggle sirnle should be easier easierWe ealer ealerWe cuterWe
We shall shal answer ansTer Mr MOORFIELJ MOORFIELJSTOREY MOORELDSTOREY MOOBIEIDSTOREr
STOREY as if he were a sane sne and candle candleperson cndid cndidpron candidjerson
person pron THE TiE SUN has at no time tme sug suggested su suacstd auggested ¬
gested acstd the repeal rpl of the Fifteenth Amend Amendnent Amendment Amendment
ment and the trial of oppression again agaiiis againas
as is a means of subjecting subjectig the blacks black to trthe tothe tothe
the will wi of the whites whie To say e that 01 01o or orto orto
to o intimate that is to bear bar false fals wit witless wltnes witness
less nes Mr r STOREY STORP1 should exhibit the thearticular theparicular theparticular
paricular particular > articular passage passge in which we have haveidvocated hve hveadvoate haveadvocated
advocated advoate repeal rpal and oppression oppressionThe oPPrion oPPrionThe
The suffrage fufrage is not an inalienable inalenble rightof right rightf rightof
of > f citizenship ctzenhip and the denial of ofthe the suf sufrago 8uffrge sufrage
frge rage to certain cerain classes cas of citizens citizn is not notppression notopprlon notoppression
oppression opprlon > unless unle8 almost the entire entr white whiteemale whit whitefemale
female population populaton and all al intelligent intelligentvhite inteligent inteligentwhite intelligentwhite
white native natve youth outh between btwen the agesjtfeighteen ageapteighteen agesjtf aglfeighten
eighten eighteen and twentyone arc ar to be b con conildered considerd considored
ildered siderd victims vitms of oppression oppressionIt opprion opprionIt
It is not and never ne r has ha been bn the Fit Fifeenth Flftenth Fitteenth
tenth eenth Amendment that prevents prventl the re remslavement ro roenslaement meenslavement
enslavement of the negro His bulwark bulwarkigainst bulwarkagainft bulwarkagainst
againft against reeinslavemcnt re llvemcnt in any form for is ishe i Isthe
the he Thirteenth Thirtenth Amendment which no nonan noman noman
man North Norh or South so far as we are areiwaro ar araware areaware
aware has ha proposed to repeal repealOne rpRI rpRIOne repealOne
One of Many ManyA 110 110Ientur
A century Ientur and Ind a quarter 12 1 > years yearsias yearshas ears earshaR
has ias not been ben time tme enough for the Ameri Amerian Mnerican meri merican
can public publc to appreciate apprecata Valley Valey Forge Forg to tohe tothe
the he extent of establishing establshing a fitting fttng memonat memo memoial memorai
rai nat ial of WASHINGTONS WASHINOTSS long winter there thereluring theredurng thereduring
durng luring the Revolution Reoluton The 125th an anliversary annivcrnry annivorsary
liversary nivcrnry of that deadly deadl trial was waslebratcd wal wascelebrated
celebrated lebratcd Iebrtcd on Thursday Thlfday and now it its itis Itis
is s announced that tht the project of makingthe making makingho makingthe
the ho site sie of WASHINGTONS camp cmp into a amblic apublc aubltc
publc mblic park is sufficiently Rufclenty developed developd to toiromise topromise
promile promise that it is to be b accomplished accomplishedThe accomplshed accomplshedThe
The traditions trditons about no 10 spot in the theJnited theUnited theUnited
United States are more worthy worhy of preser preservation prSr prSrvaton preservathon ¬
vation than those thOI that distinguish diltnguieh Valley Valleyorge Valey ValeyForge ValleyForge
Forge orge At the same Ime time tme the country countryihould countr countryshould
should be b explored explord for places pllS where wher mon moniments monurnents
iments to its is birth birh and the bloody bloodyervices bloo bloodyservices
servic services that attended atended it should Ihould bo b but butire butare butarc
are ire not notThere nothlre notThere
There hlre cannot be b too many mny reminders reminderssf mindeI mindeIof
of sf WASHINGTON W ASIOTOS and the men of his time timeThe tme tmeThe timeThe
The importance hnprno of th the action begun bgun In Inhe inhe
the he Seventh Municipal lunlelpRI District Ditrlot Court Cou last lastire wtwek hutweek
wek week ire k by the city oly for tie tle fle recovery recver of penal penallen pnal pnaltER penalties
tER len from a tenement house hOUle owner ownEr for forallure forratiure
faiure allure to comply cmply with wl h the terms ten of the new newrennmont nw nwTeMmon n5wFenemont
rennmont House Hous law I will wl bo b realised ralz when whent
It t Is borne brne In mind that the citys cltY1 tucceM tucceMvlll IUO IUOwi euooeewill
wi vlll determine determin that tho excellent excelent sections eeclioniif eetonl eetonlof
of if f the tht law requiring requirng sanitary saniary oppsra oppsraUD pparatUf
tUf UD on each eah floor toor in tenement buildings bulldlnciire buldlnC1 buldlnC1re
ire to bfi b upheld The Te Tenement House Houseaw Houl
111 aw required requlrlt that all al oldfwhlonexi court courtard cur courtrard
yard ard sinks slnkl should Ehould be removed remove from t tens tenement tensnent ne nenent
nent houses house by Jan 1 of this Ihlyer year and that thatnodern thatmodem thatmodern
modem appliances applac on each uh floor be b sub subtltuted subttituted ub ubItltut
Itltut tltuted therqfor The owners of ten tennent tenment tens tensient
nent hou houses notifies generally generly have combined cmbine to toetUt toresist
rei resist lit the law on the ground that that the sinks sinksondemned sinhondemne sinkiondernned
ondemne ondemned therein were wtre legally lelaly created creatednd erectedtad rol
and nd maintained mantine and that the State Btte had had no noight noright no1ght
right to pass r a retroactive rtrOctv measure mesure of this thisort thi thistort
eort ort In the case c now on trial tral th the city cltjreeks ety etykR cityteaks
teaks kR to collect colet a penalty pnalty of 1250 12 250 and Ad the thection Iheaction theictlon
action will be b a test tet of the constitutIonality oonntltutlonalltyf onf tutonlUty tutonlUtyof
of if f tho law Whatever Whatver the outcome In Inustlco InJuste Inlustico
Juste ustlco JOBKPRB court cur may be b the higher higherrlbunaU hl higherribunals her
trlbu rlbunaU must paw p upon upn the question queton be beore be beore
for ore It IB II authoritatively settled settledA stte stteA
A despatch to the Philadelphia Phiodepla Retard Retordmoat Retardom lerord lerordfrom
from om Bristol Brstl Pn PI says eaYI that tat there ther was wasothiag Wa wastothing
nothing remarkable Nmakale In the life and ad death deathf dfath dfathof
of if f SiMMi Cox of Braille Eie near ner Bristol Btol who whoas whowas whora
was ra as burled buled last Ilt week There Ter was some nornoiing Imo Imothing someIdog
thing iing very ery reinnrkAblo rtDrkhlo in his life lo He Ie died diedt die
at t 82 in the old homestead homeDt d where whr he was waiom wubl wasoin
bl om and In those thole Kt years y0 he had ha never nereren nTr nTrbetn
betn en obexjnt abnt over ovtr night from frm hi hb his home homeman homeA
A L man of settled habits habis a model and a alonument amonument anonument
monument of erinammoy perlnnlnoy > r rebuke rbuke to tomeriocn toAmerlot toLmerioau
Amerlot meriocn nomadic life lifeCharilitt Irl IrlOhariel lifeCharities
Charities Ohariel published lJblshd yesterday e rdy a I careful carefulview rAlul rAlulrit carefuleview
rit view of tho appropriations appropraton for the New Nework NewYork Nework
York ork State Stltl charitable charlabl institutions Inattutot for the thest theput theest
put est st year Yla a u approved approve by Governor Goveror ODELL ODELLshows ODELLIt ODsiat
It t shows that that the te tlMOOO 109 which the te Oov Oovnor Gv Gveror Oovmom
eror mom nor U I represented reprte as 1 having haig saved the theato theStt theitate
Stt itate ato was raved MVe savadbyvetoinexpendIturefo savadbyvetoinexpendIturefospa1 by vetoing etms expenditure expnditu for forpairs rorrp
spa1 pairs and equipment Only three tr of the theteen theftn theLftmen
rp ftn Lftmen teen charitable chartble Institutions Intutons received rhe ade adelate adequa adauate
qua late appropriation apprprtoD The Te appropriations appropriationsade apprprton apprprtonmae appopjt IonS IonSisde
mae ade for the other twelve by the Legis Igjsitura Legisture L
lur ture were wer Justifiable jt1 and ad the te 30 3 per p cent centit Ct o otat <
out tat it of these the appropriations approprtons made mde by th tu
i
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Governorappears ovefo oveoappes ap to b te entirely e reIY Indefenble Indefen Indeesl Indeeslble inderensble
ble bleThe bleTe The Te Governors Gverors memorandums memornduD show showbroad Ihow showbroad a abr
broad br ijnohtno of fact faad fand and a determin determintlon detrna detrnaton deternslnstion
tlon ton to tro reduce uo State Stt expenses not wls wlsbut wlHly wlHlybut wisel wiselbut
but merely mely by postponing ptpnl epl needed na repal repalBuildings rpirs rpirsBuldp repairiBuildings
Buldp Buildings that tat are ar ire allowed alowe t t < fall faUlnt Into dlla dllada diapI diapIdton dllap dllapd4ioa
da dton d4ioa tion cost CI more mor to repair rir in the end ed Tl TlIs Tl Th This
Is I not no economy enomy It Is II evasion eliol In the mea meatime m meattime a
time tme the th these Institutions Inttutons are ar subjected Rubjet to t tinconvenience the theIncnveienc Ui Uiinconsrsnlence
inconvenience Incnveienc of not nt having hying proper prpr equip equipment equlmeat iul iulment
ment In order to t enhance enhanc the admlnUtr admlniatrsIons admlnUtrtlons admlnltr
Ions tons reputation rputton for economy enomy Such Suchraving Suchsaving a aBying
raving Bying as A uthe the Governor Gveror has ha made mae In I the thecharitableappropriations theecharitable
does not benethe bene benefthe
charitableappropriations oh charitable rtble apprprton appropriations dO nt bntnt bntntthe
the taxpayers taxpyen because bU in the end the thebills thee theebll theebills
bills interest interestThe bll Iteret IteretThe interestThe will wi have hav to t be b paid pId with wih oompoui oompouiinterest cmpund cmpundIteret oompouninterest
The check chek the War Department Dprtment has p pupon put putupn Pt Ptupon
upon Governor Goveror TANS TAFS policy ploy for denIm dealiiwith dealng dealngwth denImwith
upn
with wth opium In the Philippines is probab probabcaused probbly probblycaul probablcaused
Phlppne
caused caul by the desire delr to t give the Taft Tat schen schenfurther Iheme Ihemefurther schenifurther
gye
further study and by the respect rept for tl tlcommon the thecommon th thcommon
common disapproval dlpproval of the use u of oplu opluunder opium opiumunder opiutunder
under any conditions ondlton But as bearlr bearlrupon bring bringupn bearlnupon
upon upn the present prent situation aituaton an article arlole c copium on onopium o oopium
opium prepared by bythelate the late lat Or D W H Dit DitPER Du DuPJuIfrom DiiiPsiifrom
PER PJuIfrom from prepr the thereportof report of the Royal Comml CommlIon Commimslon Cmml
Ion II0n appointed appint repr to t consider cnsider the t he prohibltic prohiblticof prhibiton prhibitonot
of opium In British Brtlh India published pbllhe in Tn TnSUN TxSUN
document documentThis domet dometTi documentThis SUN of June 16 IMS 186 is I a very ver illuminatlr illuminatlrdocument iuminting iumintingdomet Illuminatindocument
This Ti oommiMion orlon was wa appointed appinte at tlInstance tl the theIltano thinstance
Instance Iltano of the th AntiOpium AntOpium Society Siety whlc whlcdeclared whloh whlohdelar whicdeclared
declared Itself satisfied with the Comml Commlloners Comrnlsslonera
delar Ill Itlfe wth CmmI CmmIIionet
loners Iionet The investigation InveUaton was WI made I IIndia In InIndia I IIndia
India where whe about abt seven lven hundred hudre witneMi witneMiwere witneasswere
were wer examined exmne including all al brought brolht foiward tot totward
ward ar by the friends tren of the society societyThe soiety soietyTe societyThe
The Te result rult was U that that eight of the nir nirCommissioners nm nmCommissIoners
CmmlBioner Commissioners reported reprt that opium In tl tlforms the theforR thforms
forms forR preferred prfer in India Is I not detriment detrimentto
to t the health helh of the people Pple that the bay ineitable Inevtble baytable
table tble alternative alernatvp of the drug was WB son sontill 8me 8meIt earnstill
still It till I more mor hurtful stimulant and ad that tht tV tVcultivation the theculhatlon tbcultIvation
cultivation culhatlon of the poppy pppy and the manu mamfncture mau maufoturl manufacture
fncture foturl and sale ao of opium opkm In the AnglrIndian Anglo AngloIndia AngloIndian
Indian India Empire Jmplr should shuld not no be b prohibited prohibitedThis prohibite prohIbitedThis
This report reprt was WI approved appre by the Houi Houiof Houl Houlef Housof
of Commons by a vot vo vOte of 173 13 to M MAt MAt 56At
At the th4 annual annul dinner of th the gradualof gradual gruat graduateoof
of the University UnlveMUy of Wisconsin Wbcnsln the Ho HoDANIEL Hon HonDAmEI HonDAmiEi
DANIEL DAmEI WKBSTRK WIBITK SMITH of Mllwaulc Mllwaulcproposed Milwaukeiproposed
prope proposed that tho university establish establishdepartment etbsh establishdepartment a adeparment
department deparment for the cultivation oltvaton of humor humouch humorsuch
such as 1 afterdinner af rlner speaking spig story telling tellinicartooning telng telngconlnK tellingcartooning
cartooning conlnK If I this proposition prpllon Is I mad madIn mde mdeIn madtIn
In good god faith It Is I a mean men and ad unwarranted unwarranteeunderhand unwartd unwartdunderhad unwarrantedunderhand
underhand underhad jab at the the Department Dpment of Soc Socology Sci Sodology
oloe ology which furnishes furilhe all al the humor thaIs thai tht thtIs thaiis
Is needed n dM to refresh rth the world Besides Besidesafterdinner Besldeiafterdinner lde ldeartrlnner
afterdinner artrlnner speaking Ipeklg and story str tellln telllnbelong teln telnbelong tellini tellinibelong
belong belong to penology penologyMerc pnolog pnologore
Merc ore Otc 9soloa istlit > tln la II G Osegrapky OsegrapkyTo traph7 traph7To
To yes EDITOB EDtTcl or TH TUB Sen Stsr SveSfr Sir Following Folowlnr tt ttline Ibe Ibelne tbtine
line lne or Ikought I ourh suggested aurelt by Questions In Gong Gongrapby Oeoiraphy Oer Oerrapby
rapby taken lalen from frm the Slag Sing SDr Star Sla a if f Elope 10 I Ithis In InIbll II IIthis
this mornings morlnr Issue of Tmc Ta Sex UJ I should aboul1 like lke lOcal lOcalknow I Iknow 10 10know
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Whom did Connecticut ConnectleuttMw Conn ConnecticutNew cltul
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Whom did Kansas KansuWhat KeMI KansasWhat
What bal did Connecticut ConnecticutWhere Cnleeleulf CnleeleulfWbere ConnecticutWhere
Where has Oregon OregonWhat Orron OrronWht OnigonWhat
What Wht does d Idaho IdahoWhen IdaboWben IdahoWhen
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Tp TH ua EDITOR EDJR or 0 Tmt T Strx Slfr SlfrHo SUieStr SUieStrHow Sir SirHow
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la Washington WashingtonWho WuhiaitonWho
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ful ull and the Earth Eab Is soaked Please IleM go tell tel Mr MrImory MrEmory Ir IrEmor
Emor Emory to turn lur ol 01 nIT the water HACXKXSICK HACXKXSICKHACiiNStc ICIDUCK ICIDUCKHAcnNUC hacZexeactfeeINsACZ
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Glorious Fourth Pourb may ma1 I ask asl him ir be Is not 101 In th thireworks the Ibenreorks theIreworice
ireworks business He asks Ik Old our forefather forefatherblnk rordalhrrsIbllk forefathersblak
Ibllk blnk ol peace pace and ad quiet qul 1 when hen thtr fought fouhllo to make wakerood nakood makerod
rod rood ood that Ibll which we celebrate I would ask ak him himld blmVd himLid
Vd Lid ld they Ibe think Ihlnl their greatgrandchildren rrlrrandchldrel would woulilegenerate wuld wuldderonerale wouldlegenerate
legenerate to a nation Dalon or barbarians brbras and ad glee glviip rheup gleeJp
up ip three Ibre months tal at least In the year to an n India Indlsrlmlnnte Indlcrlmilte Indiarlminnte
crlmilte rlmlnnte use Ut of flresrmK IreuUf In which blch ISO 10 lives are arrucrtBrcd areslrrOrel areiceriflced
slrrOrel ucrtBrcd every eer year yrr In h the be United Unled Slates ftltU and th thntended Ibo IboIJ thoniended <
ntended murderer d could lie In wait torbls for his s cicero ciceroLnd enemy enemynd
g IIlln lln f flonl
Lnd nd IJ shOOt g hopt I him downand down n and 1 thej I thea claim II jt It was aen anaccl anacclndures mace macelent
lent Lei Glolou Ulortotis co 10 come om bospltl hospital and Inter InlerIew Interilew
lonl Iew the doctor and patients or1 or alt bMlde the he sick sickipd Iek Iekb
ant ptent
ipd 01 some beloved oue and are the he torlure rture he heendures hendiirei
b endures He belot baa b never leve as the writer wrler has ba ha had hadelatlve bade hadarelUIe baderelative
relative shot dead In the street tree on the Fount Pourb t te or orI oru ore
e would u not be shouting for or the bralnrackln bralnracklnolse brainrackingsoiie a
olse I So s more r power e ul ulBA to BA Hr Clarence e eand A Pitman Pitmannd Pitmanmd
and md nd were ere there more f like lke him Is I the prayer or i ioader acider a aflb
cider e orTiuSttK of Tar Stls for twenty Itnt years re ears and a may SII SIINI1 It Itght Its Itsight
flb flbe ght shine h forever r R T 11 11XRW IiNew
New NI1 YORK 011 June JO JOComplaint 20C 25Camptaint
Complaint C Ilall of f a CoatcUnlloai oaloltoa CkaiRanr CkaiRanrTo ealour ealourTo
To TX TU EDITOR EDtTR or Tn T SUN VsStr Air Yesterday Yelerd I Irent 1wenl IWent
rent U II my auto to the races re and coming emlnr back backhrough baekIbrurh backhrough
Ibrurh hrough BrklYD Brooklyn several aeea boss bt threw either eithertones ellhertoota eithert000a
old vegetables That was w just
tones or eeblt on onkdrord onBdlor onedford
Bdlor kdrord avenue aelue Coming Comll through Twentythird Twentythirdtreet TWe lblrd lblrdalret
alret Creel between Tblrd and 1llth avenues nenue the be same sameMng 1 samehint
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Lii 11 I at a once without wlboul any warning warllC at all al m 1 that lhl AU lust lustiy justfly
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ny lyrarrlagr carriage r cr saved d m mi from f a nice ale t smash a amasSThe
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lol ook also aler after those boe lerrole terrl6ie cbldn children and at some somer Ima Imaof
of I r those cabbies cbbie not 101 fit for their place placeA Iau IauA
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THIS covxrnr cour l AND ran TI1 fIERVS fIERVSSUN nv nvSIA RUS RUSSIAN
SIA SUN JEWS JEWSHlitory JEWSHItor JEWSI1ltory
HItor Hlitory of Oar ur DIploniatloTrealtnent DIploniatloTrealtnentRuiilan DlplomatcTreatment of ofHuillan 01 01fluislin
Ruiilan Policy Polo Toward Towar the Jews JewiWASUINOTOK Je JeWAHINGTN JewsVAsuixoTohi
WASUINOTOK WAHINGTN June 20 20Tho The Presidentdetermination President Pr Presidentidetermination ldente ldentedeterminton
determination determinton not to make mle the Ktah Ktahnoff Kilhi KilhiDOl Kishineff
noff DOl massacre mar the subject lubjet of diplomat1 diplomat1correspondence dlplomato dlplomatooorrBpndenc diplomathcorrespondence
correspondence with the Russian RUlan Go Goernment Coy Government Coyeroment
oorrBpndenc
ernment meets met the approval of All 11 can coiaervatlve canaervstive on onarvaUve
aervatlve arvaUve Americans Even the ropri roprientatlves reprelentUve reproaentatives
entatlves lentUve of the Hebrew organization organizationwho organlzlton organlzltonwho
who recently called upon him after aftr the theconference their theirrnferenc theiiconference
rnty cale upn
conference rnferenc with him and Secretary SretI Ha Hateem Hay Haytem Haseem
teem tem to t have acquiesced aqul In its It wlsdonand wisdom wisom wisoman wisdomand
and no person familiar fllAr with the principle principleof principle principleof
an of International Intrnatonal pnn law IIW and comity cmlt can for formoment formoment a amoment
moment doubt itThe It ItThe ItTe
The Te Czar Czr and his hi Ministers Mlnte know poi poifeotly pcrfety pertoothy
toothy fety well wel the horror and Indlgnatloaroused Indlgnatlo Indlnatlon Indlnatlonarousec mndignatioraroused
aroused throughout the civilized civize world worlby worldby worlcby
arousec by the barbarities brbrlll perpetrated prtrat upon upn th thUnfortunate the theunforunate thtUnfortunate
Unfortunate unforunate victims of that thlt outrage outrle an anIf and andItthe antIf
If Itthe the universal unlverlexoraUon vctm execration It has ha called cled fort fortdoes forh forhdoe I Idoes
does doe not prompt prompt them to punish the peipetrators per pr prptrtor perpetmatora
petrators ptrtor and to protect prott in the future futur their thelJewish theirJewish tliehiJewish
Jewish subjects subjet from frm such barbarities brbarlte n nofficial no noomcll adoMclal
official omcll criticism crltcim from frm our Government Governmoncould Governmontculd Governmentcould
could culd avail anl to t that tht effect effectThe elet eletTe effectThe
The Te fact fat Is II that the Russian RU Ian Government Oovernmenhad Goverment Govermenthad Governmenthad
had already aready notified noUlo the President Prldent throng throngIts thrugh thrughIs throtighits
Its Is Ambassador Ambl or Count Coselnl Calnl as 1 Mr MlRoosevelt MrRoeelt MrRoosevelt
Roosevelt Roeelt himself hlml Informed Informe the Hebroi Hebroirepresentatives Hebrewreprenttve Hebroirepresentatives
that punishmenwill punishment punishmentwill
representatives proper pnlhrent pnlhrentwi
will reprenttve be b inflicted Innlct on the propr guilty suity parties parie Ii Iithe In Inthe Irthe
wi the face fa of such lucn a declaration dearaton for this thll Gov Government Go Gotrnment Gosrnnient ¬
faith of th thCzar the thoCrr theCzar
ernment to Impeach the good faih
t Impah goo
Czar by any IY sort 8rt of protest direct diret or In Indirect Indlrt indIrect
direct dlrt would bo b to perpetrate prptrsto an Insulthat Insult Inult Inultthat Insultthat
that would woud be b resented reente by him and by hi hipeople hi hipplo himpeople
people and that would ould probably defeat defeathe defeatthe defeatthe
the pplo object obje it was WA intended Intnde to accomplish accomplishIn aomplh aomplhIn
In determining deterining the proper propr course COW to b bpursued b bPUrue be bepursued
pursued In this case cn the President Preldent Presiclentno no doubt doubtwas doubtwas
was PUrue 1 largely Iargely Influenced i uonc by his hil Secretary Seretary o oState or orStat ofState
State Stat Mr Hay was Wi not only able to supply supplthe lupply lupplythe supplythe
the general principles prnclple of diplomacy diploma In such suclmatters suchmttM audimatters
matters mttM but he could inform the ProM Presldent Pr0l Pr0ldent ProMdent
dent of the history hbltor of an attempt at mpt made mae b bthis by bythll bythis
this thll Government Goverment on a previous occasion occasloito oclion oclionto
to use ue Its 11 good goo offices oMc with t h Russia RIMla in behalf behalof bhalf bhalfnf behalfof
of the Jewish Jewh subjects subjets of that countryi country ountl
i It so 1 happens happns that Mr r Hay was 11 FirsAssistant Firs Firt FirtAlstant FirstAssistant
Assistant Alstant Secretary Scretar of State Stte In 1880 188 when wheiMr whenMr whenMr
Mr Evarts Ear the then Secretary Srtr wrote wro tl tlfollowing the theto110wlnl thefollowing
following letter to Mr Foster Fcter our Minister MlnUteito Miniter Miniterto
to Russia RussiaI Rlwlahve
I have hve received ret a letter leler from Ueasrs ear S Woland Wail WailaOd 01
and A S 1 Solomons Slmons or this city cl representing reprenlnr th thunion the Iheunton theunion <
union of American Amerc Hebrew Congregations CnrreratoM h hwhich In Inwhich inwhich
which they refer reer to newspaper arapaper statements IndleM IndleMIng Indlcll Indlclllc lndicaitag
tag lc that the Jews In Russia Rlla have recently ren been bceisubjected beenaubJtted brensubjected
subjected aubJtted by the Government Gvrmenl there to eitraor eitraordinar utr6r utr6rdlnar eztraordinary
dinar dlnar hardships brablp and ad expressing tPreulnr a desire delre that the thiMinister Ibellsler theMInister
Minister llsler of the United Vnl d States to St Petersburg Peteriburtmay Peleubur Peleuburmay Petersburgmay
may be Instructed Instrcld to make such representation representationto represenlaln
to the he Gears Government Gvermenlln In Ibe Interest of religious rellgloufreedom relrlou relrlourrem religiousfrcedom
freedom rrem and suffering suIernr humanity humal as wilt 11 best ac arcord accr accord
cord with wlb the most mos emphasized empbalzed sentiments 6nlm13 or thiAmerican the IbeAmerea theAmerican
cr American Amerea people peple The Te writers wrtes of the letter leler ob observe obaene observe
time that they are well aware awaror awareof <
serve at I tbe same < me lme el awae awaeof
of the Impropriety Imlrprel of one nation nalon Interfering Interrernr wltti wlttithe w1hthe h hIbe
the Internal IDeraara a7 sflairs Jrs or another aolber In matters mater of a purely purelylocal pure purelora purelylocal
local lora character You ou are ar suDlclently auOlclenl well wel In Informed Infoned Informed
formed foned of the liberal lbera sentiments aenlmenla or this Clver Clvermelt Jovera Joverameat oVern oVernmeal
meat melt to perceive perele that Iba whenever any ar pertinent perllnenloccasion perlnnt perlnntocaion pertinentoccssIo
occasion ocaion may ma arise Us ls attitude allude must always aways be In Incomplete Ineomplele Inompiete
complete harmony haony with wlb the principles princples of extend extendIng utendIn citendlag
lag In all al rights rrht3 and privileges prlvlere wlbout without distinction dlstnclon on onaccount onICunl onaccount
account ICunl or creed cred and ad cannot ennol rail rl therefore thereore to con conduct rn rndue conduct
duct due any a affair atalr of business or negotiation neroUalon with the theGovernment IheOoermeM theOoverument
Government OoermeM to which you are ar accredited aeredled which whichmay whlckmay whichmay
may Involve any expression elprsslon of the views of this thisGovernment IhbGvermenlln thIsGovernment
Government Gvermenlln In the subject SUbJel In a manner which will willsubserve willaubserve i ialbsrne
subserve albsrne the Interests IlerI of religious rllous freedom freedomIt rredom
It 1 wouldof would or course be Inadmlsaable Idmlsblo for the Ib One Ooveminent 00 00ermenl Oneernment
eminent ermenl of the United states Siale to approach appracb the Gov Government Go Goemmenl Coernoreni ¬
ernment of Ruula In criticism crlclm of its 1laa laws and ad regu regulations rtrulaloos reguialions ¬
lations laloos except eupll so far as 18 such uch las and ad regulations regulationsmay rerulalon rerulalonmay
may Injuriously affect ate citizens cllzens or this tbl country coullo In Inviolation Inlalon InviolatIon
violation lalon or natural nalura rights rlrbt treaty Ireal obligations oblralon or orthe orIbo orthe
the provisions prlsoc or International Inleraloalaw law but bil It Is desired desiredthat desiredthat deslrdIlal
that Ilal the be attitude allule of the Minister MIDller u 8 a retards rards ques questions que queIoAa quenlions ¬
lions of dtptomatle dlplomale controversy lrvery wblcl which Involve Involveexpression aa aaupresln a aexpression
expression upresln IoAa of of1e of1ew Mew on this liis subject slJet may be wholly whollyconsistent wboly wbolyconllent whollyconsIstent
this Govern Government 1overnmeid em emmen
consistent conllent with lb the th theory theor on which Ibl
ment men I was 1 founded foundedMr rounde foundedMr
Mr Foster FOlter attempted atempte to carry out these theseinstructions the theInetruotons theseinstructions
instructions and when a pertinent prtnent oc occasion oeclon ocemislon ¬
casion clon Inetruotons arose arl upon upn which it I became bme his hisduty hieduty hisduty
duty to t protest prtCt against the treatment tratment of a aHerbrowwho I IHerbrow aHerbrow
Herbrowwho Herbrow who was wa an a American America cItizen ctzndte ctzndteundertok he heRussian heundertook
undertok undertook to mke make a plea In bhlf behalf of 1tbe 1tbeRussian we weRulf
Russian Rulf Jews JOf oa well wel In a letter letr to Sec Secretary S Searotary ¬
rtar rotary Evaru Eva Dec De 30 3 1880 18 he describesthe describes describesthe deb
the results resultsIn reults reultsIn
In the lb course of the lb conversation rOIeullon I stated that thatwhile Ibalwhie thatwhile
while the abject ohJN of the Interview was to obtain obtainproper ohaln ohalnproper obtainproper
whie proper recognition recrnltoD of the e rights rrhl of American Amercan Jews Jewsmy JewaWJ Jewsmy
my Government m tooli a deep e Interest In 1 the meliora melioration rneItortion ¬
WJ tion ogn of the condition JIf ao of the g nl Jewish rare 1 g glalons In other othernations othernations
nations and I was wa satisfied salsfrlhall that It would bo highly highlycommission hlcblrOa htttmiigreitfled
lalons greitfled al the salemenl statement or the Minister lnlatPr IbU a arg acommission
commission rOa vas < now considering tb tbthe I the question of ofthe
rg the modification a In rno a liberal i1e i1ee s sonoc n e or f the 1I er Russian Russianlaws Russianlaws I Ie IC
laws regarding C tn the Jews The experience e of the theUnited I theUnited
i iremovllr
United e states hud hlrJ amply j shown v vvrdg the wisdom vrdg of ofremoving ofremoviur
removing all discrimination against aalnM them In the theIng Ibelawo thelaw
removllr 1 dclmlnlon
lawo law ald 01 plalDr placing Ihl thts rae race upn upon an tqua equal 101 101InlI foot footlag
lag with all other cItIzens cltliensthe cItIzensMr I
InlI Mr de Ne Nell ilerS ll said rl he slnpathlsed ipathled tll fuIl In Ibeo Ibeolb theory theorywith
with tile views taken ltn b by my Oovernell Oovenirnrnt ae most mostcon mootconsonant
consonant lb on ani wlb with the spirit plrl my 0 of the ac age but L In Hlla HllaIbe Itussla Itusslathe
con the subject could not be treated as an abstract abstractquestion abstr5tquestion 1 1Quelon
culd
question subJel A 5 long series of legislative actS arl and andregulations Ad Adrculona axrdreguittinns
Quelon regulations the e strong Irnr aeres prejudices of the Hunlon Hunlonpeople nu liuustanpsope lan lany
psope people rculona the bad character Irllllee r of hlrarlbJ great numbers bJ of the theThis theJewtnh
y Jewtnh ruce I and various o other hlrarl polItIcal and Social Socialcircumstance t tclrumslanc
clrumslanc circumstance bad c to be lal tkrn n In into cnslderalon cnslderalonTi consIderation consIderationThis
This was polite but not encouraging encouragingrom encouragingFrom
Ti Wi pU
enourasng enourasngFrm
Frm From rom the same loiter loteI it appears that our ourInlxter ourMlnllt4r ourMinister
Mlnllt4r Minister Inlxter subsequently lubouetly renewed rnewe appars the eon oonematlon on onyelton eonyertion
yertion ematlon with wih the Russian RUlla Minister Mlnl r of oforelgn ofForign ofForeign
yelton
Foreign Forign Affairs Afalr who then thln while hle represent reprewentng rpnnt rpnntInl representing
the theBenefits thebnefts thebenefits
Inl ng the difficulty of giving 11lnl to the Jews
bnefts Benefits of the more mol liberal lbrl legislation legislationLooorded legilton legiltonarde legislationaccorded
Looorded arde to t other oter subjects subjeuJ put some Ime em emMtmtssing embring embarrasaing
Mtmtssing bring questions quetot to tr Mr roster FeelerRven rosterRveh 1oter 1oterRe
Rven Rveh In the e United UDlt 8llea States bad hd It not Dl been hen found foundomewhat roundemewhll foundsomewhat
somewhat emewhll Re difficult to make male a universal unlv Application ApplicationVere pplralonT pplralonTWer ppiieationStem
Stem Wer there Ibr not laws and regulations rrulelon which hleb denied deniedrtan deniedOnall deiiedcertain
Onall certain rtan rights rlbt and privileges prvleru to designated dellnaled claues clauesf euus euusg
Of f persons and were we not socking a IeJ to exclude excluder
g or r regulate Chinese l eer Immigrants I i and deny to r re them themhe themthe
the he e rights rrMa sxtended u ldedlo to other cltlieni clUmcnsMr cltlieniMr clUnnlMr
Mr Evarts Eva was Wa succeeded by Iy Mr Elaine Blalnes Bine Bineu
u s Secretary Srtry of State luoe In 1881 181 The Te latter latterraa It latterwas r rwal
wal was raa perhaps the most aggressive aglyo states statesnan ltt statesman
man that prhaP has h filled IUe tho place plc in I recent rnt times timesnil Ur timesbtit
nil when he came cae to read rd this thi letter of ofir ofMI ofMr
MI Mr ir Foster Fctr he seems mt to havo hav deemed deme it itlecessary Itne itnecessary
ne necessary to call oal a halt hllt on our Ministers Ministersrellmeant Miiter Miiterwelmet Ministerswellmeant
r
welmet rellmeant efforts etors He accordingly aorlnrly wrote wroteJr wrte wrteMr wroteMr
Mr Jr Foster Fotr July 791881 791881I 20 181 181I 1881 1881I
I have observed that l In your conference cnrenre on this thisubjert tbl thiseubject
obJe
nbJet ubjert heretofore berlofor with wlb the Minister Ulnl ler for Foreign Foreignflairs ForlrD ForlrDAlain ForeigcAllaIre
Alain AllaIre flairs as 4 reported In I your our despatches de lebt you ou have haven bneOi haveon
Oi on corn ome Oulol occasions rpne given dlsrl discreet npnltn repression It to the thefeeiings be bereelna
reelna feeiings of sympathy ymralbf Ald arid crllolon gratiSoetion wlb with whld whldbll whtbIbis
Ibis GvemeD ioternmeot ad and popl people regard rar aB 5 lea steps lkel tkn tknin
In n foreign countries cunlr In I tbe direction drlol of a liberal liberalolerance lbra llberltolerance
tol tolerance rance analogous to that which hlch forms termalhe the funds fundsnental fnda fndanlenlal fundsmental
mental principle of our national ntona existence ulkl Such SuchxprsMloas Suebuprllon Suchespressioni
uprllon xprsMloas Innelple were weF natural Miura on your our part pt and Id reflected reflectedsentiment re8eciedI 1eel d da
a > sentiment whirl hl h we all al feel ree Out DUlin In making mallnr the theresidents IbePr8dnl iliePrciidenta
Pr8dnl residents aenlm views view known klown to 0 the Ib Minister InUr I desire desirehat de deairrthat
hat ba you ou will 1n carefully subordinate fubrolnale such sentiments sentimentso aenlmenl
10 o the simple aln consideration eonllderalol of what 111 Is conselen conselenlously tllele conmelenilously
lously Ile believed bonevt In be due to 0 our cUllen In foreign foreignands forlrl foreignlande
lana lou3y ands You ou will wi distinctly dllnry Impress Impr upon upn him that thatecardful lhl lhlrrardlul thatregardful
rrardlul regardful of the b sovereignty InrolII of IIUMla nusla we do not notuTimlt nt ntauhlnll notsubmit
submit any suggestions aUlnealona touching the laws and andustoms andtuS andu3trnu
ustoms of tl the < e empire except where pre these laws laW and andlutoms andrnsomf andrutoTns
tuS lutoms 1 conflict mftc with lb and ad de drloy destroy troy the rights rrbl of ofAmerican ofAnorlean oftflerican
rnsomf American oltlzrns ollza M a 1 secured Icured by b treaty lrly obligations obligationsfou ohlrlloni ohlrllonioi
fou oi may read rad Ibis despatch d paeb to the Minister Nlnlsle for forinrelgn ror rorFrtlrn forFnrrlgn
Frtlrn inrelgn Affair Alai and ad should he h desire der a copy rp you louwill youfill ou ouwi
wi fill give It I to him himA blmA himA
A copy was 81 given to t Mr De Glen Oer and ad was wasio W wasilo
ro ilo io doubt carefully CNfuly Jtl filed fled for future futur use U If Iflur I Ifur
our Ambassador Ambssdor at St Petersburg Potrbur had been beennatruotod bn bnInatruot beennetruotod
Inatruot natruotod to present pret the case cae of the te Klsh KlshnefT KIhIn Kishneff
In nefT ef massacre mlcr to the Russian RUI Government GovernmentIs Gov4rment Gov4rmentIt8
It8 Is Minister MILter of Foreign Foreig Affair Malt would have haveluletly huequiely hareiuletly
quiely luletly drawn dr forth Mr Blaine BIlnol letter letterAd ktur kturad lettertad
ad Ad oj Ike asked > kod what had occasioned Olone such suohchag suobhange a ahange
chag hange of policy pley on the part of the American Americanlovernment Aericn AericnGoverment American3overnment
Goverment lovernment toward towld it Il its p old friends friend Fort Fortmately Fort Fortinstoly
mately ltelr Mr Hay lay was 4 personally prnlv familiar familiarrlth faUa familiarwith
wih with this episode In our relations rlion with withtussla wih wihRUMla withueela
tussla and nd our Government Govrnmet was WI savedhe saved savedhe
the he humiliation humiaton of being big confronted cnfrnte Bve with withLs wth
11 Ls 5 own OWl despatch despatchFor dCpatch dCpatchFor
For a Duty a Cotta CottoiProm CtUo CtUofo CottaFrDn
Prom fo I tSr Chariot Crlol Ottrrrrr OttrrrrrTit OOree OblsrrprTie
Tit Ta Xmw zw w YORK SUK Ul scent cn danger dallr dag r to t the United Unitedtates UnlltSlale tnip4tales
Slale tales In I the continuance coolnuanee of artificially arlnlaly high prices pricesi prce
In rI i the cotton colol market Large Le areas an In different differentarts dltrn dltrnpra diftereottarts
arts of the world are r potential cotton
pra tarts On pOlenlal 11 countrtm countrtmhere cuntr countyiehere
There here Is a way a nf circumventing rlrrllmnntnr the be ration 1101 com comttltors competlors corneiItnr
petlors ttltors A 5 fnodtlzrd protective prleetn tariff rt could uld be belaced heplAcd belred
plAcd laced on all manner mantr of cotton ttn fabrics rabrc coming comingito NmBr comlpgala
Ilto ito this 111 country and ald the Americans America could make makete male maletbe makebe
tbe be te most mOi of their own 01 markets mul and ad then b give Ive the theirelgners Ih theorelgnera I Itorlrnel I
torlrnel irelgners the bent e t race possible pOllble for their money moneramonr moneymotig i imong
mong outside oll ldo consumers consumersThe rn consumersThe sum sumTie
Tie The Chaitfeir ChaitfeirOf Char CharOf ChauUeof
Of all sad ad words wr of tnngu ton or tr pen ptnI
I think the tb saddest atdtl ones are a whenVouv when whenYour he
Your our raID baa ba run rn Ha la course courseAnd cure cureAnd courseAnd
And am sniallboys all all boys b1 chorus chorusGlttabors tbors tborsCllor Glttabors Cllor CllorW
> W >
VO r JSWJfOJTCJS rocFPURKFOfJIJ PVKKFOOD pllBrODLA pllBrODLAInltrltoni LAW LAWInitruetloni LAWInstettetions
Initruetloni Inltrltoni to tnlted Unie States SItH Consular Coninlsrpflleers Conlnlarmcer Consularorneera
pflleers mcer to t Be Forwarded Forware Next NCxt Week WeekWABHIKOTON WeekWASUINOTON ek ekWASHINGTN
WABHIKOTON WASHINGTN June 20 2IntrctoM 20lastruotiona Instructions to to all allconsular 11 allconsular
consular ofBcers omc of t the United States Statf in inregard inrtgard inregard
regard rtgard to the enforcement enforment of the PureFood PureFoodlaw PreFo
law lw were were drawn up at the State StatE Depart Department Depr Departmotit ¬
ment mert today today and Ind will 1 be b forwarded for rcNt next nextweek nextwfk nextweek
week wfk Thrsa Tf instructions IMtrucloM provide proylct that thatevery thaevery thaievery
every consular co MulaI officer ofcer shall lhl obtain oblan from fromevery fromeery fromevery
shipping foodstuffs drug drugand drugsarid
every person Jron fhlpplnl tOdtuA drlg
and the other vthfr articles arUclc coming con ng within the thescope tlescop thescope
scope scop of the law Ilw a sworn declaration that thatthere lht lhtther thatthIero
there ther is I nothing Mthlg Impure or deleterious to tohealth t tohealth
health In the th articles arile to be b shipped The TheConsul Tb TbCMul TheConsul
Consul CMul will wil then Ilon forward forwad the declaration dtlrlllun In Inthe tl I IUse
the Agricultural Atrlculural Department Deprlment Depart mont which will willthan wUtthU wlilthus
than thU be able to keep klp n 1 record rerd of all al food foodstuffs fof beetatuffs ¬
stuffs stus drugs Ac c sent to Die Lnito Uniel l Stales Stalesfrom StltM Statesfrom
from foreign forein druJf countries oOlntrh Should the Agri Agricultural A Agricultural ¬
cultural Department DJrment desire dflr4 to examine pxnininany pXlmin pXlminany examineany r
any particular prloulr uhlpment It will wi apply to I this thoSecretary Ih IhSretar thisSecretary
Secretary Sretar of the Treasury Tr08un for sample sampleThese sllplt saimipleslhese
These 1hee will wi bo b furnished rurnihe by the th chief chlt customs customsofficer CUtllf customsofficer
officer ofoer at the port prt of entry and will wi be i pai iaid iaidfor > ald aldfor
for by the Government GovernmentPERVVIAX noernont noernontPEnfI4N GovernmentPEflUIIAtJ
PERVVIAX PEnfI4N 0 LV THE 1LUXO1H 1LUXO1HTltey n Ot Ot11f
11f Tltey 1110 Are Midshipmen Mldllpmf In Their Tfr Own Navy Navyand N Nand smy smyahI
and Want alt to lpsrn Ian Something SomrthlntThree Somfthln SomfthlnTr SomethingThree
Three Tr midshipmen mldlhlpmPl of the Pcnnian Pcrllln Vary Varyreported Navyreported a
reported rprte to Admiral Barker of tho North NorthAtlantic NorthAtlantic orh orhAtlntc
Atlantic Atlntc squadrpn at the Brooklyn Brookly navy navyyard na nayar naryyard
yard yar yesterday yetrlY and were er aligned alge to th thbattleship thbtehip the thebattleship
battleship btehip Illinois 1lnoll The Pemvioro PlnlVlar I irlll irlllremain willremain
w
remain in the United Unite States Statl Nay Na y two twoyears twnyen twoyears
years yearsTho yen
Tho Jlnol Illinois left lef the yard yesterday vtAtfrda for forTompklnsville fnrTompklhYle forTompkinsvihle
Tompklnsville TompklhYle Staten Inland whence whenrt she showill shewill h hwi
will wi start ntr on Tuesday for A 1 sixweeks sixweeksparticipate flekf sixweekscruise
cnlll cruise to the Morf Azores brorj before retllrning tlrlnl to toparicpate toparticipate
paricpate participate in the thl naVnl war Wil game gae off ol Port Portland Por Portland ¬
land Me In
lad Mi August AugustGKRMA AUIUt AUIUtGlnU4 AugustioEitllx
GKRMA JV 1 je THE SCHOOLS SCHOOLSView SC1IOOLLViews iHOOL iHOOLIe
View Ie or citizens lu of German Germanand and Latin LatinParentage Ltin LtinParntar LstInParentage
Parentage ParentageTo Parntar ParntarTo
To TDK EDITOR or 0 Tns SuN RNlr Sir Tour Toureditorial Vlur Vlurlorlal11 Toureditorial
editorial lorlal11 In todays paper on the question Queton of ofteaolilng ofteaching f fteach
teaching teach In German erton In the public publolcbool publlcecbools schools care caremo gaveme 18 18me
me great ret satisfaction satisfactionI sat fncton fnctonI
I could culd never nevEr understand undr tand what practical practicaladvantage practl practicaladvantage 1 1Idantat
advantage Idantat could culd be derived derhP from tbe small smallamount Mal Malamount smallamount
amount of German Oerml to be learned In th the publlo publloschools pUbUcIchool8 pubtimschools
schools schoolsMy Ichool8 Ichool8My schoolsMy
My parent parfn were Wlrl Germans Ofrman but they th con considered Cf coneidered ¬
sidered It their most Important Imprlnt duty dut to have hartheir hl4 hl4their havetheir
their children chidren given an In English Engleh education Olclton OlcltonGeran educationGerman < ducAtlonGerman
German Geran a as a study stud was wa left until untilatr later In lif lifand u life lifeand
and entirely lntre at the th option opt Ion of the tht child chid Eng English Enrlah EngItch ¬
Itch was as regarded as the th mother tonguit and andthe andthe andthe
the lah life one that was 1 to carry car carr the lh child chid nll through throughlife Ihrou throughlife b ble
lifeBut le But why wh should the native Germans Germanscute advo advocate ¬
cate r so o strongly 8tronll the teaching tlchlng of Gorman a In Inthe II Inthe
the th public schools when they th themselves themselvesalmost themllv themllvalmost themselvesalmost
almost publc Invariably InTrlabh speak epeak English ErllUah In public publicnumbers ImbUcj publicattend
attend the Oerman churches hurrhl In Rlch erteb emBl emBlnumbrf smell smellnumbers
numbers numbrf and Almost entirely entrh neglect negllcI th thsingle II the thesingle
single Herman lrman theatre In this Ihl the third thirdlargest Illr thirdlargest
flnlle
largest IIet German city In the world worldI
I am thoroughly thoroulll aware of the little Utle pencil practical Irnrl pencilaI ¬
cal 31 value that my German GlrmRn It I to t me mC ana I can cansafely CAnute canstitch
safely ute say that I voice olcf the sentiments Ientlmenll ofnearly of ofnearly 0 0nearlr
nearly la all descendants decendnto of Germans Ormnlf that th thteaching the thotMcllnl theteaching
teaching al of foreign lallUliM language In our puhll puhllschools puhl puhlinschools
schools tMcllnl U a 1 waste ltp of the pupils pupi time tlmt and th thpublics thpublos the thepublics
publics publos money mone and ought to be bf entirely entirelyeliminated pntrpl pntrplelmlnattd entlreireliminated
eliminated elmlnattd t W S SEAST 6EAU BEsar
EAST OntNOK June June June15 June15To ID IDTo II IITo
To yaK EoiTon or THE StxSir Scs Sir The Theeditorial Th Theditorial
editorial In your Issue of June 19 on foreign foreignlanguages foreignIanguagei
languages in the public schools should b bread he heread
read by all who are interested in our public publicschools publicschoois
schools schooisOur schoolsOur
Our cosmopolitan population demand demandthat demandsthat
that foreign languages ho dropped from the thecurriculum thecurriculum
curriculum of every public school not onlr onlrIn onirIn
In New York city but of every publlo school schoolunder ecboolunder
under the Stars and Stripes StripesThe StripenThe
The German that l is taught is not German Germsnthe Germanthe
the French not French the Latin not Latin Latinthe Latinthe
the Irish not Irish IrishEnglish IrishIngiicli
English ns It Is spoken In the United States Ktateihotild Statesshould
should be taught not retool only to assimilate thoeopto tho thoepeople
people now In America hut as A step toward towardnaklng tewarimaking
making the English language the unlver unlverangusge universal universallanguage
language of the globe
globeCAFlb CARt KICKKMRTBB KICKKMRTBBYONKERS ErcxxsuysseTosaxas
YONKERS S V June in inTo 19To
To THE EniTon or THE Sex StySir Sir On Onhat Onwhat
what hat grounds commercial or political should shouldlerman houidDerman
lerman be preferred In the schooln schoolntuy I Ien
en tuy foreign language should be taugitt 1 1isy Icay
cay teach the Jewish by all means theta ar arrood a agood
rood and valid reasons why this should n nto
10 The majority of our business m men n ar arlews are areJeWE
lews the general public cornea Into dally dallyontnct daikontftct
ontnct with more Jews than any other clnw clnwif clnteif
if Individuals and the Germans are rlailv rlailvakine dallaking
akine a back seat They The ore not the power powerhoy powerJury
Jury used to be beI
I am foreign born myself of Latin ancestry ancestrystruck sriecetrI
I struck Castle Garden at t the age of I and andot androom
room that da to thia ti am now 20 1 have havelot
lot ot found my native tongue of an any real urces urcesIty uccesIt
Ity It > although In thin borough alone there an anoofKX aridrn000
oofKX of my oottntrymen I am the father fatherf
tf f six children who nttend the theptibtic public school schoolnd schooltad
nd English Is all they learn I live in a neigh neighorhood neighsrhood
orhood where there are a a quantity of ir irinns er eranna
inns and I find that they readily speak Eng Engah Lngish
ah when no one speaks German to them themnever theninever
never tried to learn German and h hm hmound v vonnd
onnd myself very successful In business businessrlth biiInessvith
rlth a large number of German eustonier eustonierf
f German ernsan must be taught teach also Italian Italianlebrew ItnllcnlehreWj
lebrew lehreWj and lost but not least Spanish SpanishJefferMm SpanishNaw
Naw tinra Juno 19 JTAL0AMvnitAS JTAL0AMvnitASEefersei
JefferMm Davis on Slave 81aTeTo SlaveTo
To TBI xx KDITOB or T Tia Srx SrNStr Str For the sake sakee ah ahr
e r truth It would be well for you to reproduce reproducebe
be Inclosed extract from the Atlanta CeittsuHm CeittsuHmrial CecoItuflereid
reid rial l Im > r iory jar was accorded Haves before far war wsrnegro warnegro
negro belonging to Dr Flcltlen or Wilkes county countya
ha a was charged with murder He was repre repretnted rmprfsated
sated by the lb Hon Tbomas R R Cobb and flee RenToombs fleeI
I Toombs Samuel Itarrett and Garnet Andrew Andrewete Andrewrace
race the prosecuting attorneys That was the hard hsrnit hardSI
it light I ever witnessed In a court house Thorns Thornsn
1 n Cobb the most brilliant man I ever knew knewlostdthecase knewlOiId
lOiId lostdthecase the case for the defence It ws the pre rreates rreatespeech te t tjeech
jeech I ever heard at tbe her AH the lAwyrri lAwyrrierr lswyet5rere
err giants In the profession professionMACOK professionMacox
MACOK Os is June 17 JAIlER CAUAWAT CsusWaYFrom CAUAWATFrom
From Ou Atlanta Conitiivttcn ConitiivttcnKittor ConztUlrtOnirdeer
Kittor Conitttvltan The truth of history WM WMry WI WIery
ery ry correctly sad very aptly stated In the editorial editorialtho ediiofl1the
the Connflluffoii of the 13th Insl referring In Ine inlie
lie e statement by bytbe the CMragu ClirnnM that In Ut UtlUthern theouthem
lUthern States the tb negro was for generations generationsere C CIcre
ere ebattel over whom the roaster eiercl eserelsed ed tb tbiwer tbl tblower
iwer of life or death and who bad no right of oflal CfrIal
rIal lal by Jury JUT or any appeal to law It U pure If Ifiranoe Ig Igorance
iranoe that leads many Northern writers to msk mskatementa mtiatement >
atementa of this sort sortOnly sortOnly
Only a abort while before hH death exPrenldeni exPrenldeniavis
avis was Impelled to correct this belief on tb tbirt 1bart
art of the editor editor of R Southern paper who h hull hullreitten J Jrllten
rllten an article In which he referred to hlroslj hiawl hiawlS
S > having been alwaysopposed to chattel slavir slaviri
S i acknowledging the receipt of a copy nf U Uiper itaper
iper containing the article In question Mr Mravis Mtlayla
avis wrote as > s follows followsDEAN followsthAn
DEAN Sill Accept ray thanks for amarVrd amarVrdpyof a msrkel msrkelopyofyour
opyofyour > pyof your paper of the Btb last I bare read resrile readhe
he le article on the True Southern Character with wltbuch withtuch
uch gratlncatlon but I wish respectfully tn point pointit pointUt
Ut it to you what I consider u error and one from froialch frombich
alch most evil consequence btvn flowed I Ifer Irfer
fer to the sentence In which you announce TOOT yonrir TOOTtli
tli ir M oie who always was Inherently inberenilianl and vitally rltsllriposed vitallyposed
posed to chattel slavery slaveryChattel slaveryCbatrl
Chattel slavery never existed In i this country countryeal countryeseal
eseal > eal legislation rc recognized ognUed the right to thelerrle thelerrlelabor th sereirn sereirnC
C labor of African slaves and this right was guar guaritred gusttred
itred la the Constitution to form the Union of ofalts oftatis
alts binding persons outside or the limits of th thal thcal
cal al Uw to restore a fugitive slave on demand ol ole 0 0ie
ie e owner It U true that tbl < right to time serrlf serrlflabor servirr
r labor extended to the power to transfer the sisre sisreI l f fsale
I sale but the laws of all the States protect protecte protected protectedIa
Ia e lit life and person of the slaT so M to m mak k it itIme C Cirs
irs Ime to kill or main a slave punishable as la UVr UVrse U Utat
se of a white man Th The slaves were therefore thereforeI
it I chattels but property to the e xlnt tnt of lit litng life liferig
ng right to their service or labor There l luch Is < n norb
orb In your article to commend end nd the s upr upritli r rth
itli th which It Is written Is to o truly southern th thlave the1 the1have
have lave been prompted to depart from my Iiahlt n nut 0ins
ut treating of a political question Very 5e re reectrully r rtectfully
ectrully your emtRsoK inn innIlKArvont ltvTCllatvars
IlKArvont MlM Mm July 11 IM IMI
I beg to supplement with Ibis lUlrmrnl by V Vivls MavIs
avIs your afirnlrehle atintirahie anti timely article on th thbjcct thibject
bjcct with the hope that It may contribute snm snmi snmhit
hit i t toward furthering tine correction of on erro erroilch errihIck
hIck he truly clmracterlfd as < one from whlr whiCh whiChcot > i iMl
Ml evil eoCMquenre < have fin Sraei SraeiAviaxfa ci ciATUixriOa
Aviaxfa ATUixriOa Ga June 15 T K I Oourssf OourssfrororaJt OoirssgFororast
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rio a will allIbe be fo fourycars r years of ofvecz very Independent ltgl lrgtii lrgtiiin li lin
in n In me o Ur as trust combines and petted Int Ints tn tnis
is s arr concerned Whether they ar are loteroMf loteroMfrgers lotractergers
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