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I 1Mayor Mayor Myor Low Lw announced anounee to Mr Ir CcTTOJa CcTTOJahi CNO CNObi
hi bi readiness raie to run rn for another term in in a aletter I II aletter
I letter lttr which whic is excellent exclent in the main mainThe man mainThe
1 The tone is i modest moCt and frank frak and the therecital therect therecital
recital rect of facts intelligent intelgent particularly particularlyas partcularly
as 8 to t the weight of the reasons rC ons for choos choosing choosing choosing ¬
ing an a Independent Democrat Democrt this year yearInstead yearinstead ear earInta
Instead Inta of Jlr I Low LowYet L Lowi
i Yet wo think we should have liked likedMayor lke likedMayor
Mayor ayor Lows Lws letter leter a little lttle better bottr if i it ithad ItI ithad
I had not contained this passage passageThe pasape pasapeTie
The Tie conferenco conlrele mu mul must t Itself lelt take the theresponsibility thersponslbllY tileL
L responsibility rsponslbllY If I Ifit It wishes Ihs me lo stand 1Ind ol olsuflirnOn olsuflirnOnhig summon summoning summonIn ¬
ing In me Into the lle field leld on Its own motion moton The offlce offlceto omeeto
to be filled ded Is too 10 lofty loll the honor of a renomlnatlon renomlnatlonat rnomlnaton rnomlnatonIbe
at the hand of the fiulon IUlon forces Is I too 10 treat real and andthe ad adIbe andthe
the responsibilities respnslbUles that follow tolow an election Iclon are am too tooheavy 10 10hev tooheavy
heavy hev to make say Y other attitude allude on my 0 part plrl pos possible posalble posalble ¬
alble albleThe
The responsibility reponsibity of acceptance rests restsIn rest restsIn
In i part par upon Mayor Low and he cannot cannotentirely cannotentrely cannotentirely
entirely entrely divest divot himself himsef of the same In Inone Ink I Ione
k one sense the conference is a free agent agentin upent I
in another sense sene predestination predCtnaton enters entersinto entr entersInto
into int the affair affairPerhaps afar afarPerhaps affairPerhaps
Perhaps a 1 more exact statement sttement of the theease thece thecese
ease ce would have been expressed expree to t Mr MrCUTTING l MrCUTTING
I CUTTING CISG if it the Mayor had written writtenI
I understand fully lul that to a certain c rl ln eitent the tkechoice Ile Ilechoice therhoke
choice of the ronfcrrnce Is Influenced although althoughnot Illhou1 Illhou1nol
I not constrained d by b considerations consideration personally 1r50nal con coneernwi conI concerolzt
I cUlli eernwi myself A failure laluf to re nominate me would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be under the Ile circumstances cirumstaces In tome degree dile a con condemnation candelallon condemnatlon ¬
demnation delallon of my administration ndmlnslraton and would 10uld of ofcourse 01cour ofcourse
course cour be so recorded rel ded publicly I appreciate this tbUfact IhL thisr
r fact ta but at the same time tme firmly nrml believe bcl not nl only onlythat anI anItht onlytbat
that tht the best be I Interests of the city cly require me to toItand 10I toitand
I Itand td arab arall but also ao that we w can ea win the election electionfain eleclo elecloaln clcctlofliaIn
fain aln Therefore Thefor I divide with tth my 0 friends of the theconference IbeI theI
I conference ronlerencell lbs responsibility rlpnlblily for the experiment experimentcheerfully experimentilrlUly experimentcheerfully
cheerfully ilrlUly assuming aumlnl my proper share sar of tae Ih same sameWould sme smeI sanieWould
I Would Woud anybody anbody have thought less les of ofMayor ofI ofMayor i
I Mayor Low Lw if he had ha written wten that Does Doesanybody DOe DOelybody Doesenybody
anybody lybody think more highly of him be because beI beue ¬
I cause < Ue ue of the conventional cmentonal phrases in inwhich inwhich inwhich
which he thrsts thrusts the undivided udivide responsi responsibility repnsi repnsiblty responsibility ¬
bility blty upon the conference conferenceThe conferenceThe
1 The Merchants Association Aloclatlon Report ReportThe ReportThe ReportThe
The amount amout of suffering sutering that New NewYorkers NewYorkers ew ewYorker
Yorkers Yorker have endured endure on account accunt of the theditch theI theditch
I ditch ditc system of construction cnltrcton employed employedin emploe emploeI
in building buldng the underground undergroud railway railwaywas raiway raiwayI
I I was a brought vividly to the attention attUon of ofthe ofi ofthe
i the Merchants 1Ieehat Association Aocaton by b the report reportof repor
of its it committee cmmittee on engineering and andsanitation Wd Wd1antton andj
j sanitation 1antton dealing dealng with the passenger passengertransportation pnsenger pnsengerI passengertransportation
I transportation trapraton service in New York YorkAmong YorkAmong YorkAmong
Among the causes cause that prevent the care carei earsbf
r i bf > f tho surface railways raiways from making makinggood makng maknggo makingI
I good go time the committee commttee found that the theiubway thei thesubway
obstructions incon inconsiderable Inconeiderable inconeiderable
i subway obstrction were not ¬ i
eiderable Of O this it said in the report reportThe reportr reportThe
r The delays d a to travel of all al kinds on many of the theelty Iber thetti
r elty tti streets sreelS trcct caused eau ed by b the construction 10n lructon of the Ile sub subFay subay subway
Fay ay have been b and continue contnue to be very er er great creatTo sreal srealTo greato
To o a lane extent el m these 11e ore lre unavoidable but the thecommittee Ihetommlk thetommlttee
committee tommlk believes belevs they could be materially malrlaly re reduced reduced ¬
4 duced dlcc by the enforcement enrorcem nt of proper prper restrictions restrictionsand rlrltons rlrltonsJ
J and remedies by b the Rapid Transit Commission CommissionThe Commls lon lonj
j The TI subway Is I rapidly approaching Ipproachln completion completionbowrver complcton completionhowever I Ibower
bower and this raurce urce of trouble and delay dcllY will willloon willloon 1 1loon
loon disappear dlppear In any future Illure work lrrk of this char character charIcier ¬
I Icier actr that may my be undertaken underaken better belor provision provisionihnuM provhlont proviSIonphoul4
t ihnuM be Insisted upon UPOI for Isceplnc leepln Important Importantafreets ImpurlanlI ImportantItreets
I afreets Irels free for vehicular and street treIIar car travel travelNow tanl tanlNow travelNow
Now the ditchers dltcher want to turn tur Broad Broadway Broadway Broadway ¬
way in its it most active actve section secton whore whoremore whereJore whoresnore
more Jore surface cars car are run than in any nnyother OiY OiYI anyother
I other street in the city ctj into an open opencanon opencadon openca
canon ca on to delay the hundreds hundres of thou thousands thouI thousands ¬
I sands tads of men and women who use the thoMetropolitan theMetropolitan
I Metropolitan Metropoltan companys compays cars carsThe carsThe carsThe
The strcet car traffic trafc is heavier below belowTwentythird belowTentythird belowwentythIrd
Twentythird Tentythird street in Broadway than thanon thanon thanon
on any other street in In the city cty Three Throohundred Thre Threehundred
hundred cars meet and pass pUS at Twenty Twentyfirst Twentyfrst TwentyfIrst
first frst street in the hour between 5 and andocock 0 0oclock 0oclock
oclock ocock Four important imprtnt lines lnes use ule the thetracks thetracks thettacks
tracks between Sixteenth and Four Fourteenth Fourt ¬
t teenth t enth streets strets Hundreds of thousands thousandsof th01Inds th01Indsof
of persons plns use these cars for pleasure pleasureor
or business nnd a blockade on the line linoaffects lne lneafects lineaffects
affects afects every part prt of Manhattan Manhatan from the thoBattery theBtery theBattery
Battery Btery to the Harlem River The count countless countI countlees ¬
I less les blockades blockdcs on the Fourth avenue line linedue lne lnedue linedue
due to the subway ditch show Ehow what whatwould whatwould whatwould
would happen if a Parsons ditch were to tobe tobe tobe
be dug in Broadway BroadwayWell BroadwayVell
I Well Wel may the Merchants Association Associationpray Afsocaton Afsocatonpray ARsociationpray
pray for better bter provision for keeping keepingImportant keepingImprtant keepingImportant
Important Imprtant streets strets free for vehicular and andstreet andetreet andBtreet
street car travel travelThe travel travelI travelThe
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I The Municipal Mliii tn Ilpal Icipal Campaign CampaignThe Ca anipoLgnThe Jain JainI
The first frt definite defnite step ftep In tho municipal municipalcampaign municpal municpalcampaign municipalcampaign
campaign of this thif fall fal was the action acton of the theantiTammany thoantiTammany theintiTarnmany
antiTammany conference confernce on 01 Wednes Wednesday Wednlday Vednepttliiy ¬
day evening in deciding detdin to recommend recommendthe reeonmeml reeonmemlthe
the ronorninntion ronomlnlton of the maim city ticket ticketsleeted ticketelech ticketelected
sleeted elech f in 1001 lo By Iy taking tkin this action actiontho aclon aclonthe actionthe
the leaders of the fusion ion
INiiem fl factions gave gavepractical gaveprctcal gUCpractical
practical prctcal force to their indorsement Indolement of ofMayor ofMaror ofMayor
Mayor Lows LWR administration nllministrton by resolu resolutions resoll rosoluitions ¬
tions tomi adopted at a I previous prvioli meeting meetingind rcotn rcotnInd meetingand
ind they committed omritod themselves themjlvC to a aoontost 1 aDenLst
oontost DI18t in which tho rpcord n conl of tho lust lusttwo luothro iatIwo
two years vear contrasted with wih tho previous previousicmmlstrutlon preiowIGinlstratlon preiuisicintiilstrutlon
icmmlstrutlon IGinlstratlon must IUlt bo the main mall issue isminThe iK8uf issueTho
The question lurton before the voters voter ten4 will wi bo bowhether bowhether howhether
whether Mayor Lows Low system HystlI of munici municipal lunid lunidpaladmini8trton inuirticipal ¬
pal paladmini8trton administration in which whih no 10 political politicalDrKanlation poltical polticalDrganlzlton Politicalorganization
organization Drganlzlton is rcsponsiblofor refoniblofor the acts ac of ofthe orthe ofthe
the citys ctys chief executive eXIJCUU ve is better IJlor than thanIhn thal tItanthe
the Tammany nystom Hjltel under which this thopersonal thuperoIul thispersonal
personal peroIul responsibility rOponslbilty of tho Mayor in inreduced i irouod isreduced
reduced rouod to the tllJ smallest Inllclt practical practicl limit limitind lmit lmitInd Ilotitimi
ind tho responsibility of the th
ropon8ihlty organiza organization orjlnhm orjlnhmlon organlalion ¬
lion lon putting puttng him forward Is II increased increasedcorrespondingly infMed infMedcorrMptlll inircaselcorreopondiuigly
correspondingly correspondinglyMayor corrMptlll correopondiuiglyMayoi I
Mayor Low will 11 have a dofoiwivu duollivo fight fightw flht flhtt
w t IA make Instead Inltwll of o the olfenslvu olfenllvo cmu 1lr cunutIgIis
w Ayilgiw utIgIis he conducted conductll in II 1807 and ud iIo iIoul loot ltiand
ul ify1 Y management maagement and Wd attitude attude under the thef
H I 1 f 1 j 1 ad conditions conditllK will wi b I 1st intonating intorPtn 1uitorstlngi
i
n
but the spectacular spctacular features fctu of the con contest cn cntCt contest ¬
test tCt of 1001 101 will wi be b eliminated elmate practi practically pract practically ¬
cally caly from trm from this thi falls fals etruggle trg le The Thebold Thebl1 ThebOki
bold bl1 campaign cmpig of Mr lr JEROME JERE in 1001 1001earned 101 101care 1001earned
earned care thousands thouund of votes votl for the anti antiTammany at antiTammany
Tammany TammWY ticket tcket and stirred strrd up the vot voters voter vetem ¬
ers er amazingly This year there will wi be bonothing benothln benothing
nothing nothln that can Cl compare rmprc with it in inpopular inioiular
popular 1 > IJIur intercut intor t for the existence exiltence of tho thopractices thopractC thepractices
practices practC which furnished flri hld Mr lr JEROMES JEROMESammunition JEROMESammuniton S Sammunition
ammunition ammuniton cannot CWnot ba admitted admitte now by bytho brthe bytho
tho men who found them so effective efecive in inIDOL InIDOl in
IDOL IDOLTammany
Tammany amman is in a position pollon to take tlke ad advantage advantge advantage ¬
vantage vantge of every error errr and mistake mitake that thatthe thlitthe thatthe
the Low Lw administration has bu made Re Relieved Heloed itolieved ¬
lieved loed from the burden of defending tho thoacts thoact theacts
acts act of any public publc officers otcn it Is at It liberty libertyto lbrty lbrtyto
to attack atack whom it pleases pleas The Mayor Mayoris 1aor 1aoris
is ii supreme in the city ctr citygoverument government gverment under underthe underthe underthe
the present prsent Charter and responsible rspnible for forthe forthe forthe
the nets of all al of his hi subordinates subrdinatcs Mr MrCROKER MrCROKER MrCItOKER
CROKER believes bleves firmly fnly that thlt Tammany Tammanyon
on the aggressive aggrsive is far stronger stronper than thanTammany thanTammlmy thanTamrnany
Tammany on the defensive defenive Certainly Certainlyits Certainlyis
its is organization organiztion in New York county cuty is isaa isa isas
aa a compact and effective ctecthe now as a it was wastwo wastwo
two years year ago This is true also of the theKings theKinj theKings
Kings Kinj county cunty Democratic Dmocra tc organization organizationIt orgaizton orgaiztonIt
It matters mattr little lte what action Mr JOHN JOHNC JOlN JOlNC
C SHEEHANS organization organiztion and Mr MrHERMAN MrHERMAN MrHERMAN
HERMAN RIDDERS RIDERS much overestimated overestimatedfollowing overstiatd overstiatdfolowing overestimatedfollowing
following folowing take Neither of them them can canswing canswing canswing
swing enough votes vott to affect afect the result resultunless rsult rsultunless resultunless
unless the margin is narrow Mayor MayorLow MarorLw MayorLow
Low Lw and his hi ticket will wi win or lose on ontho onthe onthe
the record his administration has made madeand madeand madeand
and on the opinion opiion of Democrats Democrat as to the theeffect theeflct theeffect
effect eflct on next years national natonal and State Stateelections Statoelection Stateelections
elections election of a continuance cntnuanc of the present presentpolitical prc presentpolitical nt ntpoltcal
political poltcal conditions cndition in inNewYork New York city cityThe cty ctyThe cityThe
The New Better Deter Than the Old OldThe Od OdThe OldThe
The remark of MACAULATT ICWLAY quoted by a acorrespondent I Icorrespondent acorrespondent
correspondent a few days ago that no one onewho onewho onewho
who has ha an accurate knowledge of the past pastwill pltwi pastwill
will wi take a desponding despnding view of the pros present pre preent prosent ¬
ent seems to be justified justifed by the obser observations observatons observations ¬
vations vatons made and recorded by the Kev KevJOHN He HeJOIX ItowJohN
JOHN JOIX MILLER hLLEI in the New Nev York of 1695 in ina ina ina
a book recently recenty reviewed by us That ThatEnglish ThatEnglsh ThatEnglish
English Englsh clergyman cergyman found that drunken drunkenness drunkenness ¬
ness prevailed prevaied that tho moral tone of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the community was wa desperately low lowthat lowthat lowthat
that marriage was wa lightly lghty regarded and anddivorces nnddivorcc anddivorces
divorces divorcc were frequent frequentAs
As Now York had at that time a popu population populaton population ¬
lation laton of only about 4000 0 souls the wick wickedness wickedness wickedness ¬
edness must have been ben proportionately proportionatelyvery
very great and frequent to produce so sosad sosad sosad
sad an impression imprcsion of general enera depravity depravityon deprvit deprviton
on the English Englsh clergyman cergyman At a later laterperiod laterperiod laterperiod
period Dr TIMOTHY TMOTJY DWIGHT DWIHT travelling travellingfrom traveling travelingfrom travellingfrom
from Connecticut Connectcut recorded recorde somewhat somewhatsimilar tomewhnt somewhatsimilar
similar simiar impressions of the social socal condi condition con1Jtion ¬
tion of New York But New England Englanditself EnglandItelf Englanditself
itself Itelf was wa not free from the same re reproach reproach ¬
proach In the second generation generton of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Puritan settlers sot ters there was WlS much muchmoral muchmora niuchmoral
moral mora decadence and when WHITEFIELD WHITEFIELDvisited WITEtIEID WITEtIEIDvisite WIIITEFIELDvisited
visited visite New England toward the middle middleof
of the eighteenth century he was WA ap appalled appale appaled ¬
palled pale by the depth and extent of it itWe itWe itWe
We print today a letter leter from a clergy clergyman clergyman clergyman ¬
man which is pertinent prtinent as suggesting suggestingan suggetng suggetngan
an explanation explaation of these social socal condi conditions conditons conditlons ¬
tions tons In it he refers to a I deplorable deplorableepisode deplorableepisode deplorableepisode
episode of our early history or the thewhite thewhite thiswhite
white servitude of the redemptioners redemptionerssocalled redemptonen redemptonensocale redemptionerssocalled
socalled socale and indentured servants servantsHe servat servantsHe
He recalls recls remarks made in Congress Congressin Cnres Cnresin
in May Iaj 1780 by JAMES JACKSON JACKS Rep Representative Hepresentative Representative ¬
resentative from Georgia when a amotion I Imoton amotion
motion moton was made to insert insert in the Impost Impostbill Impo Impobil Impostbill
bill bil a duty of SIO 10 each on tho im importation importation importation ¬
portation of slaves If I ever such Ilch a mo motion motion motion ¬
tion comes cmes forward again said Repre Representative Rpre Rpreeentatve Ttopresentativo ¬
sentative eentatve JACKSON J CKSO I hope it will wi com comprehend comprehend comprehend ¬
prehend the white slaves as well wel as the theblack theblack
black the white slaves slwcs imported from fromall fromal fromall
all al the jails jais of Europe Wretches con convicted convictcd convictei ¬
victed of the most lugrant la rlt crimes crimC he hewent hewent liewent
went on are brought brouJht here and sold soldwithout 60ldwithout soldwithout
without any duty whatever whateverTwo whntecrTwo whateverTwo
Two years afterward aferward during durin a debate debateon
on the Rule of Naturalization Xaturlzation bill bi he hespoke hespoke hespoke
spoke of the grievous glovou injury clone to the thegood thegood thegood
good name of tho new country cuntry by this thiscommon tJ tJOnmon thecommon
common Onmon class daFs of vagrants vn rntl paupers palprs and nndother andothcr andother
other outcasts outcat from Europe arid ado advocated nho nhocated adocated ¬
cated that before blfon being t lnl admitted admittd to toAmerican toAmeriem toAmerican
American citizenship citj p hip something fmethin more morethan morethan morethan
than a I mere residence residente among alon us be b re required required required ¬
quired The immigrant said the Georgia GeorgiaRepresentative GeorgiaHepre GeorgiaItopreentative
Representative Hepre ntatie ought to pass IHSS some sometime Hometme sometime
time tme in a I state of probation probaton and at tho thoend thoend theend
end of the time tme be 10 able to t bring brinJ testi testimonials test testimonials ¬
monials of a proper prpr and decent de nl behavior behaviorand bhavior bhaviorand behaviorfllii
and he suggested suggsted that power might bo bovested bevested
vested in the grand grnd jury or district ditrict courts courtsto curts curtsto
to determine on tho chfracter of the theman them theman
man m n as they should find fnd it itTho it itThe
The subjoct of the white servitude servitudeinthis servitudcin
inthis in this country cOlntry to which JACKSON re referred refermd referred ¬
ferred is very interesting Intcrestin and very ery sig significant signifcant significant ¬
nificant nifcant and it deserves deHcrvls much mich more morethorough morethorouh morethorough
thorough treatment than it has h1 yet re received recived received ¬
ceived cived A into discussion of this system systemof sjstem sjstemof
of white whit bondage bndag ot or uredempton redemption servi servitude servitude sersittide ¬
tude in the American Colonies in tho thoseventeenth thoRBvententh theseventhenth
seventeenth RBvententh and eighteenth centuries centuriesis cnturics cnturicsIs
is in a paper papr read before bfor the Monmouth MonmouthCounty MonmouthCounty lonouth lonouthCounty
County Historical Association last lat Octo October October October ¬
ber by Mr ALFRED AI RED M 1 HKSTON of Atlan Atlantic Atluntic Atlantie ¬
tic City It I is il a aver very creditable histori historical hiftori hiftorical historical ¬
cal study Btur from frm which we gather sonic pomefacts sonicfacts ore orefact
facts fact that will wi probably bo b novel nove to tovery tovcry toVery
very many mllIY people peopleRedemptioners l peopleBeiemptioners ofle ofleU
U Redemptioners were persons perlons whose whoseservices whose8efipcs whioeservhes
services 8efipcs were wlre bought bOllht for a I stipulated stipulatednumber sUpulntednlmber stipulatednumber
number nlmber of years seldom eldoJ more than thanKveii thans titanIytveIl
Kveii s vel years earH The Hystem was wal intro introduced iltr introtiutceti ¬
duced by the English EI Ih These white whie bond bondservants hond8cnanls lndservants
servants were increased by criminuls criminulsvagabonds crilinul8 crilinul8vagabondi criiiiiuiuisvagainttis
vagabonds vagabondi and ald other obnoxious obnoxiol ohuiex ioic > persons personstransported pCIOIS pCIOIStrlHportel JOlSOtISt
transported t rarisjtort ed by onlor of tins th English Englishcourts EIlsh EIlshcourt Engi isli islicourts
courts sut suhsec1uent > to lOIS I and l
court HulMeqtmt seriufint II by per persons pmlons P411SI ¬
sons lons SI Ill iisinilly IRlnly 115 Ii II I ly children chidrn ci i i Id ron kidnapped It it in tho thostreets tholt t ho host
streets lt st relH roots of London Iondolald and Liverpool L CI1ol and ald sold soldby Holdby soldl
by l ship captains ciltltiris to American planters plantersTho planters plantersTho planterslhio
Tho demand for servants ttrvantl hero was WI ur urgent urent tsrgent ¬
gent ent and accordingly Iccorlngly accordi ugly the t he trade trdo t be became becal hoCillitO ¬
came cal lucrative lucrtive for they could bo 15 trans transported trl8 trl8pJrtell trauisprtetl ¬
ported for from from KIX six ix to eight cf ht pounds poumll and andsold andtJld andsild
sold tJld for from mitt forty to sixty fisty pounds poundsEnglish pOlnds pOlndsEnglHh JsoumnlsEitgltsii
English EnglHh speciiluiorrt speculatrl slieculat ol P4 consigner consilcr cargoes cargoesof cargIc cargIcIf
of If 4 f them thol to American Americal A ittericr ii morclmnis lerchllll is on In a aventure avcnture iiventtire
venture So f bad a lot of puoplo wore woresent wornSiltit
sent fIlt over Ier 0 ver that tllt Dr JOHVSON J omsoi in II i Ii 1700 1700npiiku 1711 I 76t 76t5lkit
npiiku tlko fwntemptiiously of Americana Amelilall us usa al asIt
Un a race reo of convicts who ought olght to t ho bocontent hoCOIUUt hocon
COIUUt con content ts H t with anything a ny t Ii lug wo mny lny inn y allow allowthem alw alwthom a I low lowthetit
them short of
thort hanging According Accordingto
to a note Ito in tn the th last la8t edition ediion of Jioswcll JioswcllconvictH loswol J14s4Wi3llcOflVlt
Uc convictH onvktt wont WCJr Kent rfnt to t4 ninn Ii julio 10 of the thl Ameri American Americn Amencon ¬
can cn willlnnionta find rUII Dr LANO after aftercomparing uflorIlpurjn tiftorcomparing
comparing Ilpurjn various var ol1 estimatus nltlIH contended contendedthat fIJJollred fIJJollredthat colluIlmiledthit
that the tlu numlxr nllllr hunt might Illht tin If about about50i00 IhOlt IhOltJII mihetut51JlXt
50i00 JII altogether IIo ftllr Tho Amcritnn MI A flcrfrfIlL cr lli llilorieal J ills illsgorical I Iorieal
lorieal IttuMer 111Ult represent rOlre nl BANritonr BANritonrns
ns saying I JHS7 IH 7 that In II ranking of
I Yinl Ii lllt flJklUI
felons felon among ron the Bottlers eter he had boon boonvery ben benvr beanvery
the truths truthsho truthshe truthshe
very vr economical ecnomicl in dispensing dipnsIng te
he had discovered discoveredIt discverd discverdIt
It is frequently frquenty contended contnded that these thesetransported theetrnspored thesetransported
transported trnspored convicts convic were wer usually 8ual po political poltcal political ¬
litical ltcal offenders ollnder but Mr HESTON IEfTON finds findsthat fnds fndstht findsthat
that tht probably a majority majort of them were werenot wereitot
not In 1070 U10 cattle cte killers klQI and burners burnersof
of corn cor stapks 8t k became bcame liable lable to o trans transportation trns trnsporton transportation ¬
portation porton to the plantations 1IIanttlon and when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the provincial authorities authoritiel of Virginia Virginiain Virlinla VirlinlaIn
in the same sme year yer prohibited prohibied the impor importation importnton importntion ¬
tation tnton of convicts their act ac was wa over overruled overrled overruled ¬
ruled rled by b the King An English Englsh statute statuteof ttuto ttutoof
of 1718 118 provided that persons prons convicted convictedof conviced convicedof
of clergyablo clergybe offences olencl such as burglary burglaryrobbery burglarrobbry burglaryrobbery
robbery robbry perjury prjur forgery forgry and theft theftafter thef theftafter
after afer being beln sentenced sntncd to death deth might mightif
if their crimes did not seem em too heinous heinousat
at the discretion discrton of the Court Cour be b trans transported tlns tlnsported tramported ¬
ported to America Amerc for at least seven sevenyears sven svenyears sevenyears
years yearsConvicts yearsConvicts yearsConvicts
Convicts however did not make up all allof al allof
of the redcmptloners rd mptoner Besides con convktsand convltsand convictsand
vktsand the kidnapped kidnappd or spirited spiritedof spiritd spiritdDf
of lowly birth birh came cme many of a better betterorigin bter bterorigin betterorigin
origin teachers tacher forezamplo for example and many manyministers manymlnisteJ manyministers
ministers mlnisteJ were wer imported impored on conditions conditionsalmost conditons conditonsalmost conditionsalmost
almost parallel prlel with those thos of indentured indenturedservants indenturedservants indenturedservants
servants That Tht some of the thp teachers teachershowever teacher teachershowever
however were wer objectionable objectonable is indicated indicatedby
by the lament of PARKE CUSTIS in 1773 1773that 173 173that 1773that
that twothirds of the Maryland latland school schoolmasters schoolmaster schoolmasters ¬
masters master were wer convicts GEORGE GEOROY WASH WASHINGTON W WASRINOTON ASU ASUINGTON ¬
INGTON he said sid was taught taupht by a con convict convict convict ¬
vict servant whom his father had hd bought boughtfor boughtfor boughtfor
for a schoolmaster schoolmasterThe
The trade of bringing brnginp over those people peoplehad pple pplehad peoplehad
had been ben almost abandoned abWdonl at the time timeof tme tmeof timeof
of the debate in the Congress of 1783 17S3but 1783but 1783but
but the last Int sale of a I rcdemptioner reemptoner was wasnot wasnot
not made till ti as 1 late as 1811 181 at Philadel Philadelphia Phiadel Phiadelphia Philadelphia ¬
phia When the term ten of service of the theredemptioners thereemptoners theredomptioners
redemptioners reemptoners was over they were weremostly weremostr weremostly
mostly mostr merged into the mass of the thewhite thewhite thewhite
white population populaton without any special specialtaint spcial spcialtaint specialtaint
taint of servitude Mr HESTON quotes quotesa qnte9 qnte9a
a remark from a manuscript letter lettr of ofJONATHAN ofJONATlA ofJOATiJAN
JONATHAN JONATlA DICKINSON of Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniadated Pennsylvaniadated Pennsylvaniadated
dated 1722 that many who have come comeover comoovcr comeover
over under covenants cvenanls for four years yeas are arenow arenow arenow
now masters mater of great grat estates estats We are aretold aretold aretold
told in White Whit Servitude Srvitude in the Colony Colonyof
of Virginia that intermarriage intermariage of offree offree offree
free persons perons and servants servant was WIS very com common common cornnion ¬
mon There are families famies in New NewJersey NewJersey ew ewJere
Jersey Jere today reputable reputble and rich says saysMr sas sasrr saysMr
Mr rr HESTON IESTO whose ancestry anrstr goes goesbuck goesbaek goesback
buck to the days daj of servitude whose whoseprogenitors whoseprogenitors
progenitors progenitol were wer bond servants servantsIt srvants srvantsIt
It will wi have been ben seen that the com complaints complaints cornplaints ¬
plaints which are made of the present presentimmigration preent preentimmigrtion presentimmigration
immigration immigrtion as from tom the slums of Eu Europe Europe Europe ¬
rope might be applied appled to a large part partof partof partof
of the immigration immigrton of the Colonies ColoniesLeaving Coionief ColoniesLeaving
Leaving Lwing out the people who came over overat overat overat
at the first frt European settlement settement here hereit
it may be questioned questione if on the whole wholethe wholetho wholethe
the best bst immigration to t the United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States State has ha not been bn in the period prio since sincethe sincethe
1 the middle of the lost lat century centuryOur centurrOur centuryOur
Our Troy correspondent corropondent of today todayblames todayblnme todayblames
blames blnme the Southern Souther States State for not in inviting initin Inviting ¬
viting itin a I large part of the immigrants immigrantswho
who are now arriving arivinp at the rate of ofabout ofabout ofabout
about a million miion a year but he omits omlt from fromconsideration fromoIideraton fromconsideration
consideration oIideraton the complication complcation caused causedby causedb causedby
by b the negro labor labr of the So S South SouthA ith uthA ithA
A Labor Ia bor Day Parade Minus lnu Parks ParksThe ParksThe ParksThe
The Chicago Chica o newspapers of Tuesday Tuesdaymorning Tucday Tucdaymoring Tuesdaymorning
morning moring contained contined accounts account of the Labor LaborDay Lbor LborDar LaborIay
Day parade in that town tow with slightly slightlyvarying slghty slghtyvrjinp slightlyvarying
varying vrjinp estimates estmates of the number numbr of men menwho menwho menwho
who walked in the procession procCion Some of ofthese ofthe8e ofthese
these estimates E < tmatm of the unions union repre represented represented reprosented ¬
sented and of the men marching marchin are re reproduced reproduce reproduced ¬
produced produce in the subjoined subjoine table tableDally tableUnions tableUnions
Unions Mm MmInltr Meti11er
Inltr Ocean 82 2 n311 n3117rbunt C3iO C3iOTrIljuue
7rbunt TrIljuueaIW 3 3lalu
Dally lalu aIW Xriti tu ews2trcur4IIercId 7315 7315TtfCorJilertl ZIZ5Ttcordltald
TtfCorJilertl Ttcordltald < l 100000 100000The 10000 10000The lOOIXOThe
The totals of the first nIt three thre separate separateand separateand separateand
and independent counts in Chicago Chil o are areso arcso
so nearly nearl alike alko as a to leave no doubt that thatmore thatmore thatmore
more than seventy sevent thousand working workingmen
men marched in Chicago Chicgo last I t Monday Mondayunder Mondayunder Mondayunder
under under the banners bannels of organized labor laborIt In bor borI
It I was an impressive impre sive demonstration demonlmtion of a amighty u umi amighty
mighty mi hty power powerNew powerXew powerYew
New York is i a greater gcater city than Chicago Chicagoin Cica o oin
in population populaton in industries Industriei and od in the thenumerical thenumericl thenumerical
numerical numericl strength of its Ia workingmen workingmcnIt
It I it it is the one city cty in the land where a alarger alaf alarger
larger laf er parade parae might might reasonably reaonably be b ex expected oxpected ¬ i ipeted
pected on that particular holiday holidayEstimates holday holdayEstmate holidayEstimates
Estimates Estmate of the size of the New York Yorkparade Yorkpara Yorkparade
parade para e on Monday lost Ia < t ranged range from
8040 810 to 25000 2500 The most mOrt liberal l eral estimate estimateof Ntmate Ntmateof
of all al that which approached approache most nearly nearlyto ncrly ncrlyto
to the conjectural cnjcetual figures fgureR claimed caimed by the theorganizers theorganizer theorganizers
organizers organizer of the demonstration demonstrtion was wasrecorded W8 W8rCorded wasrecorded
recorded rCorded in a spirit of fairness fairncs by TUB TJIKSuv Tm TmSus TUBSu
Suv Su An average of seven counts cunls or orestimates ore orestiinatct4
estimates e ttatC by different diferent journals jourals in New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York gives give a I total totl of 11578 men in the theprocession theprocession I
procession processionThe
processIn i iThe
The comparison compalton with wih Chicago Clca o at once onceengages onceengages onceengages
engages impartial imparial attention attenton In Chicago Chicagothere Ciclgo Ciclgothere Chicagothere
there was WW no SAM PARKS In New York YorkLabor YorkLabor YorkLabor
Labor marched behind the walking dele delegate delegate dolegate ¬
gate who is under uder conviction cnvicton on charges chargesof chargc chargcof
of extorting extortng 200 20 from a contractor contrctor for forcalling forcalng forcalling
calling calng off of a strike but who is i now out of ofSing ofSing ofSing
Sing Sing by reason rePlon of a stay of pro proceedings pro proceclnW proceedingi ¬
ceedings ceclnW pending pnding appeal appealKBKS appe appealIggs
KBKS and Int Yacht Yach Models ModelsMr ModelsMr lodll lodlllr
Mr lr Gconoii GEOIOB C C BENSON ESRO miwt mUlt have havegiven havegivon havegiven
given much time and clone co e study ItU > to the themodels Ihemodeli thennticl
models modeli nnticl of Reliance Relance and Shamrock III r 11 I I in inorder Inorder inorder
order to discover dilcoer that the secret lecrot of the thedefenders thedefcndor thedefenders
defenders superiority in sailing Raiing to wind windward windward windward ¬
ward was Ul the resemblance rescmblanc of the the central centralsection cnt centralsection ral ralsecton
section secton of her body to tho shape lhapo of an anegg ane anegg
egg e p His Hs discovery di ovcry is all al his hil own ownwriter A Awriter Awrier
writer wrier in this lhif months monthr Outing OUlitl making mal < ilJ a acritical atriilal acritial
critical comparison conlanison of tho late atn
triilal cmparisol outage antagonists outageitists o oIsts ¬
nists Ists correctly says of Shamrock III IIIThe Il 11 I IJhe
The Tle greator part pnrl I ltlt of I f this thl t bulky IJlcv hull htl is isin iRil isin
in il tho fore forI body 101 y the t he centre entr ent re of buoyancy buoyancyis huoymyis
is forward of the midship milshlp suction suctionThn Hoetiot sectionIho
Thn unmo tarH writer wrier finds fnd8 that that Hplinncos HplinncosriMimrkahln Hllnnof Jtelirincsreutiitrkahle
riMimrkahln rllarkahln windward wildwnrd work won WI duo duopartly dlo dlopartly duepartly
partly to her hel big bi fin tn keel mVnd hd d partly partl parti to tl t he heimmense Ie IeilHltse lieirnituense
immense ilHltse lateral plane furnished furilhll by her herlong Iwrlonl herlong
long lonl overhangs Iverlmnls when wi en fho he heeled hloI 1 to tho thobreoe thobre011 thebreeze
breeze bre011 Whlo Vhilo less lost theta tlnn 90 0 feet long 10lg on ontho 01 outthin
thin water lute Ile when vhflpright upright ii pri ght when heeled heeledsho huet heeledshin d dKho
shin memures 11IHUret nearly non ny ISO If I tii feet on tho thl water waterSim waterSite
Site 810 is then thel about 10 I II font fe ot longer onler on 11 her hersido hereidn herside
side than tlll t ha n Shamrock Hllllml 51st liflOek IR IRFurthermlre is1ij H HFurthermore
Furthermore Furthermlre 1ij rtl ionmnoro It I I t is f the til dmllewr dllewr itoh lenge Hint Hinthim Ihll I I nit nitbite
him 1111 the tlt thinner Ilirlr I and ld Hittur IIIIWJ hIiitU nftarbody nftarbodyIn nflNholyII it fI4rhiIyI
In II I mu whorlof lhortof short of the two t o yachts jlcht tho Ih t hi one II which whichapproaches whidlIfprolwhl8 hint hintauprottnhis
approaches at It sill I to the Ihllll egg shape is II tho thoono thoOlO theOgle
ono OlO which wits WIl soundly IOlldly beaten Very Voryfnw Veryfew 01 i ifnw
fnw JH > eopkt Ipll know kll anything Inrtling nt tall I about I
tho modelg modelling of vessel V sl or tho th why and andwherefore ad adwhrror andwherefore
whrror wherefore of their speed speedIf sp
If I however it can cn be b proved prved that the theegg thee theegg
egg e sbaX shape with wih either end forward forar is the theright theright theright
right one for racing racig yachts acht by all means meanslet meanslet meanslet
let us have It employed emplorld in battleship battleshipdesigns batoshlp batoshlpdesigns battleshipdesigns
designs for we earnestly earnesty desire desir to have havethem havethem havethem
them get gt to windward Indwa of all opponent opponentThe oppnent oppnentle opponentsThe
The liroadway Jroadwayonlkim JroadwayonlkimThe Anukim AnukimThe AnakimThe
The glories glorie of the Broadway Broaway Squad Squadare Squadae
are ae to be revived revive Sergt GUAIIAM its itscommander itscmmand itscommander
commander cmmand r project projec into the atmos atmosphere atmo atmophere atmosphere ¬
phere a I distance distac of 78 inches Inche Men of his hisorder hisorder
order of construction cntrction are being bing added adde to tothe t tothe
the squad squa One dwarf dwaf of 5 feet fot 104 104inches 10 10inchci 104incites
inches inchci has ha crept in but he may be thin thinenough tin tinenough thinenough
enough to give an illusion iuion of height heightThese heightThee heightThese
These Thee human humW skyscrapers skscraper are ae needed neededThey nee neededThey
They match the modern moem architecture of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the town Little Litle patrolmen may run runbetter runbetter runbetter
better or fight fght better beter but little ltte patrol patrolmen patrolmen patrolmen
men are lost lot in Broadway Broaway Monumental Monumentalpeelers Monumentalpeler Monumental1001Cm
peelers peler are ar wanted there farseen pil pillars pi p11lars ¬
lars lar and peaks pak of safety sea marks mark visi visible visible vialble ¬
ble above that ocean ocn of folks folI and teams teamsThese tea teamsThese
These giants giats inspire iIpire drivers driver with wth obedi obedience obi obienc obedience ¬
ence enc and timid crossers crOer with confidence confidenceNEPTUNKS cnfdenc confidenceNEPTUNES
NEPTUNKS NEPUNE8 of that human flood fo they theycalm theyI theycairn
calm the disturbed disturbe waves waVe And they theyare theyare theyare
I are big enough to be b calm themselves themselvesIrretrievably themelvC themselvesirretrievably
Irretrievably goodnatured goodnaturedAside goonatured goonaturedI goodnaturedAside
I Aside Aide from its it use ue the Broadway BroadwaySquad BroadwaySqua BroadwaySquad
Squad Squa is i a I great New York institution institutionThe Inttution InttutionThe institutionThe
The Broadway stages stage with wth their humor humorous humorou humorous ¬
ous ou and philosophical phioophical grizzled grizzle drivers driversare driversare
are gone Gone is the old race mo of car cardrivers cardrher cardrivers
drivers drher men of observation obenaton who ho had hadtime hadtitne
time to watch the stream strem of things thing The TheBroadway TheBroadway TheBroadway
Broadway Squad which used to curb curbthe curbthe curbthe
the humor and guide gide the sometimes sometme ec eccentric eccntric cccentric ¬
centric cntric progress progre < of f the stages survives survivesbut surivC survivesbut
but not unimpaired unimpaire It was wa p t mistake mistaketo
to put little lte men on it No New Yorker Yorkerworthy Yorkerworthy Yorkerworthy
worthy of the name can cn regard regar with withcomposure withcmpoure withcomposure
composure cmpoure a small smal Broadway policeman policemanAll polcman polcmann
All n virtues rue but tall til stature stture that police policeman plce plceman policeman ¬
man may have but the want of tall tal stat stature stt stture stattire ¬
ure is not to be b forgiven The Broadway BroadwaySquad BroadwaySquad BroadwaySquad
Squad must mut be as o it was wa in its Is tallest tlest days daysThe daysThe daysThe
The town tow doesnt docnt seem homelike homelke without withoutthose withoutthoe withoutthose
those thoe stargrazing strgrzing heads hod There ere is issomething issomething issomething
something friendly and familiar famltr about aboutthem aboutthem aboutthem
them Home again apain from n foreign shore shoreor
or his vacation tho Mnnhattancr Manhataner doesnt doesntfeel doent doentfeel doesntfeel
feel sure that he is really realy home and the thotown thetown thetown
town is all al right rght until unti he sights one of ofthese ofthele ofthese
these thele cedars cedar of Lebanon Lbanon in blue blueSkilful blueSkiul blueSkilful
Skilful Skiul pilots piots men of many may acquaint acquaintances acquant acquantanc acquaintances ¬
ances anc students student of human huma nature The ThoBroadway Te TeBroaway TheBroadway
Broadway Broaway Squad helps helJ to show the possi possibilities posi posibitie possibilities ¬
bilities bitie of American Amercn growth growthI growthAmcric growthAmerican
I American golfers have learned lerned some eomesalutary some1lutary somesalutary
salutary 1lutary lessons 1elons in I the course curl of the visit visitof visitof Ilt Iltof
of the team t representing reprentlng Oxford and Cam Cambridge Cm Cmbridge Cainbridge ¬
bridge That which has provided tho mOAt mostsubstantial mOAtlubstntal moatsubstantial
substantial lubstntal food foo for reflection rof ctlon has hUl been beenthe Ien Ienthe beenthe
the plain fact that a little lte company rmpn of uni university Imlvarslty umlvereity ¬
versity varslty boys bY8 by no means the fastest f8test or ormost ormost ormoot
most hardened act at of players pln ers in England Englandfar
far from being representative representl 0 of the highest highestskill hlghcft highestskill
Iki skill to be b found foud in the tight tlht little lttle island islandhas Islandhus islandIIILS
has with consummate ease ese disposed of the thobest thebst thebest
best bst teams that could bo b brought together togetherin
in this thil country countr If I a I team trm of amateurs of ofsuch of8uoh ofsuch
such standing ItandlI in Great Britain as that thathold that thatheld thatheld
held hero her by Tiuvw DOUGLAS DuOLs RKIOTIART RKIOTIARTBnoKAw UXINIRT UXINIRTBROKAW ltznninvUB0XAw
BnoKAw the EaANfl EO Buns and other othercracks otherorcks othercracks
cracks orcks who have met the enemy worn to tocoma tocome tocome
come across ICrOl1 the ocean oc wo should not be beablo beebb
ablo ebb to provide pmvdo them with good O practice practiceWo praotlo
Wo have dovelopod some pretty prety fair flir golfers golfersbut golers golersbut golfersbut
but we have blve a better bter chance chac with wih England Englandat
at cricket cricketCapt cricketCpt cricketCapt
Capt Cpt BOB WRIVQE SIINOE tho plucky pluol < 1 skipper skipperof Iklppr Iklpprof
of Shamrock Shamrock III IL will wi ho a welcome mimi immigrant Itmi Itmigrnt mimigrant ¬
grant grnt to the United Unltld States Viewing sea seaand Read seaand
and d land from the deck of Sir THOMASS THOMASSdefeated TnoMAssddeated TIIOSIASsdefeated
defeated singlesticker slnlleatcker he haa decided that thattho tbattho thatthe
tho Long Island Islnd coast is II a better beter placo Jaco to tolive tolve tolive
live lve than Brightlingsoa rigbtlngOa on tho coist of ofEssex ofER80X ofEssex
Essex Thus tho latest attempt attlmptto to win back backthe backthe backthe
the Americas Amlricas Cup CUJ ended not only in defeat defeatfor dffeatfor defeatfor
for tho British Brii h challenger chalpnger but in il the loss lossto 10 iosto R Rto
to England Jngland of her best bst yacht yacht sailor Rlior Some Someday SomodolY Somedsy
day Capt Cpt WRINOE RNOE may sail Rai n defender and andwin andwin ud udwin
win an international inlfratonal yacht race raceLou rar rarIu raceLou
Lou Dillon DHon the twominute trotting trotng mare marowill marewi marewill
will wi make an effort etort tomorrow to beat beatMaud batMaud 1CotMaud
Maud Ss HI record of 208J 20 203 drawing drawln a high highwheoled highwheeled highwheeled
wheeled sulky and Lnd under undf conditions ap approximating Ip Ipprodrating tipproxirnating ¬
proximating prodrating those that governed orpd the ex exhibition exhibition exhihition ¬
hibition in which Maud aud S made her hlr splen splendid splendid plpndid ¬
did mark in 1SS5 I S Tho opinion has hUI been beenheld ben benheld beenheld
held by many breeders brpcder that tho 111 low records recordsmade recodR recodRmade rrcorlsmade
made since Inr Maud ud Ss S day were dun more moreto moreto moreto
to mechanical m chalical changes in the racing gear gearthan geartitan ar arthan
than to improvement improlrent in the horses hOISlS that thathavo Ihathave thathave
have lowered the time It I will wi probably probablybo probhly probhlybo
bo impossible impOsibln to duplicate dupJeltl at the Cleve Cleveland Cievoland ¬
land Gentlemens ontllm nt Driving Club Cub where whereLou whlro whlroLou whereLou
Lou Dillon Dion is to trot t rol all 11 of the t hI conditions conditionsunder condi conditionsunder OIR OIRunder
under which Maud S R went her mile mil but butthe butthe buttthe
the trial should be hl conclusive enough to toshow toshow toshow
show how much faster this thl years MrR queen queenof Iueen Iueenof queenof
of the turf is I than WAR the th champion of ofeighteen ofeihten ofeighteen
eighteen eihten years ago agofor agofor agaFor
for thn Ihf tint lime 1m the Superintendent of riec rieclions ElrrUc IlertIrts
lions Uc the Police ollce Cummhiloner and n the Ile Dlslilrt 111
Attorney Allorer will cooperate cOiper1e heartily In the Ih effort rlurl to tosuppress Insupprrs tosuppress
suppress supprrs Illegal 11 < 11 votlne olnl and promote Justice The
lack Ilck of harmony blrmon ilarmon between these olflcers heretofore heretoforehas brtororba
ba has served rvfd in prevent justIce I think It I fair lo loauumn 10aUlo toatume
auumn aUlo that 15000 I O fraudulent votcs olt which under underold Indr underold
old 01 conditions rondlions would be cost C4I this year er will wi be
dlsquallfled dlqlalnell 11 KUITQN FITON CDTIINO CDTIINOThe COTINO COTINOh C1TrINOIte
The h fact is that there thrc is il no more mort illegal illegalroting illal illalatng illegalvoting
voting atng in this Ihil city cty iti proportion prporllon to II its iR size sizethan Hlzethan slz slzthan
than there is il in any nn other community communityIn
In an obituary notice notic of FRKDKRICK FR DKRCK LAW LAWOIMSTED IWOIMRtD LwOLMSTED
OIMSTED OIMRtD in TilE Tny SUN at the time of his hisrecent hil hisrecent
recent recnt death it was said that he had made madethe madthI modethe
the thI plans pliul for the improvement inJrlnwnt of Belle Belo Isle IslePark IsePark IslePark
Park In Detroit Detroit ret rolt Tho fact flICt is however that thatthe that t hat hatthe
the plans for that park prepared pr < pald by Mr MrOlMsrrn MrOlarEo 11
OlMsrrn OI ITf wir wore never npVfr carried Into inlo excels execution excelst NII NIItiol ¬
tion tiol t jolt but hit were wP superseded Hlpr fdld under urllr a anI new newIirk necPtrk
Iirk Itrk Commission Comlni In by other and alli radically radicallydifferent rc rtulicallydifferent ica 1
different dilemnt plans plne wliih whlh w I ii lt had IxYn 1 < n rejected rl jelld by byhim Iy Iyhim 1 y yhint
him The Thl Tim change chll n wns nH made 11do after Iftlr a long Jon and andbitter Rndhitr andbltt
bitter hitr bltt ° r controversy onlrnvnrY Tho rre rdit < Jlt for the thecreation tIl tIlernnlon lit litcreation
creation ernnlon of Detroits let 11 rit roits beautiful bllllifll pleasure pleasureground plenHuropround pleasuregroum
ground pround groum tid belongs bfllpH to others ot I flM All Al A II the Ih t In same sameMr HII sa roe roeI
Mr 11 I r OIMKTKD t1mTI I LusT F13 was Wlll at It a t tho Iin t I a head of him hi pro profession prurAlon professlon ¬
fession ns nl a I liindwcajio Illulcapn architect nrohitt in this thiscountry thi thicnultry thiscountry
country cnultry
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sot ot I Ml hl replied 1111 the Ih brae lrlr hrai e young oun man Dnn I Ihave 1hnv Iha
have hnv ha been under 111 Ilie II knife knlr before beforefondly tieforetuntIl rOfr rOfr10nII
fondly 10nII tuntIl ptltlnil Ialln the Ih plan when Ihn III ti vrinlfnrni vrinlfnrniappi rnllrm rnllrmallllllll rtnltrniapi
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Illatory lalnT however has uniformly overlooked ovorlllkd Una Unaihlnlng Ila IlaIhlnlli 11th 11thahInIrh
Ihlnlli ahInIrh ihlnlng virtue Irue of ihe monarch nlonlch
I THE RIGHT RllT TO LABOR LABORWASHINGTON LtOl LtOlWlmNoTN L41101tV4lnINoTQs
WASHINGTON WlmNoTN Sept Spt 10nnt iOReont Rotnt occur occurrence Our OurtlC occurrencsia ¬
elsewhere make possible possibledefinite a ad adeflnite
rence tlC here her and llwble mk pibl
definite d fit alignment all t of intereStS Intrt upon up a aof point pointof pit pitof
of almost vital tl importance in the tames luo be bejJ b between
twn tween lmployr employers iJortnt ad and qrlal 9rganized jJ lhr labor IHid IHidright Te Terght The TheTight
right rght of employers emplof to toemployees lke tLke on or to d discharge dischargeemployees chrge chrgefmployes
employees fmployes as aindlvdU Individuals regardless garklof of their theiraffiliation thoiraflatlon theirafthlintlon
affiliation or nonaffiliation with labor or organization organt7atlons ¬
aflatlon nonaMUton wth lbr 01 01gantltton
ganization gantltton is II a matter mterol of supreme 8Upt Impor Importance Impr ImprtC importnct ¬
tance tC in the present pllDt Industrial IndUtrl1 agitation agitationUpon agitton agittonUron agitationUpon
Upon that issue lue one ole of the lP apeciah p < cial lalmt aims of oflabor oflabr oflabor
labor labr unionism wllonilm must mUt stand ltd or fall fallUnionism ful fallUnionism
Unionism Unionim claims cllm the right righ to dictate dlc to totho totho tothe
tho employer employr in the matter mUpr of his h employees employeesIt employs employsIt
It declares deb18 in effect 1Iet If not hi I definite dlfL terms tomisthat knl knlthat termsthat
that nonunionism nonuionim shall sl have he no place pl in inthe i inthe
the field fld of labor bor It I asserts Irtl that tht tho non nonuuionist nonuuionlt conunionist
unionist uuionlt secure CIJ the tb benefit bneft of all al that U i ac accomplished a acmplhe socomplished ¬
complished cmplhe by organization orl7Uon and ad that he hepays h hepays
pays pys nothing and contributes cntrbuts nothing for forthe forthe fortiit
the welfare wolflre and the protection protecton of the rights rightsand rightad rightsand
and ad interest Intert of wage ag earner Therefor Thereforhe Thelfor There1orehe
he U I a scab lb and ad should be b deprived deprved of ofeven ofeven ofeven
even the right to earn orn his hIl living lvng The em employer employer employor ¬
ployer believes beleve in his hi right to t make mke his hi own ownselection ownselectioninothorwords
selection slectonin selectioninothorwords in other worda worw to control cntrol hi hi his own ownbusiness ownbUlls ownbusiness
business businessThe bUlls bUllsThe businessThe
The findings fndlg of the Anthracite Coal Cl Strike StrikeCommission Stre StreCmmllon StrikeCommission
Commission Cmmllon asserted alrwd clearly cearly a recognition recognitionand recogiton recogitonand
and indorsement of the contention cntntion of the em employer employer employer ¬
ployer The commission cmiion declared decr that tht no noperson nopon noperson
person pon shall Ihal be b refused rlul employment employnt or in any anyway ay ayway anyway
way discriminated dlcrilawd against agaiat on account acut of ofmembership ofmemohlp ofmembership
membership memohlp or nonmembership nonmembhlp in any ay labor labororganization lr lrorglaton labororganization
organization orglaton To thin ti enunciation enunciton of ofsound a asound amound
sound economic enomlo principle priniple the President Pident of ofthe 01the ofthe
the United States Stws has b given his h unqualified unqualifiedindorsement unqualifiedtudorsement
indorsement Indorment hi I a published publlhE letter Itwr over overhisoOTi ovr ovrh overhis
hisoOTi h his ow own signature A second lecnd indorsement indorsementwith Indorment Indormentwith indorsementwith
with specific sJic illustrations ltralons now appears appr in inthe i inthe
the decisions dccsionl of Umpire Carroll Crrl D Wright WrightIn Wrght WrghtI
In I cases csl submitted lubmltte for fol his hi determination determinationTho deterlaton deterlatonTo
The To issue la clearly clerly defined defned and concisely conciselystated tnclly tncllystato conciselystated
stated stato in the foregoing forllil words WOrl of the com commission commlMlon cornmlsslon ¬
mission But the decision has no binding bindingforce bldlng bldlngforc bindingforce
force forc in law lw even e n with the support Hupprt given to toit toit
it by the President It I remains rmins a phrase phrasea
a precedent prerent which may my be b quoted quotd but bt it i U Unot I Isnot
not a law which can c be b enforced eforrd A non nonunion nonunion nonunion ¬
union man mn who may be b discharged dlchar d an I a re result r nosuit ¬
sult of theinfluenceof threat threatmade threatsmade
Ihelnfuenoof open opn or covert cver thrt
made by I unionists union ta ha ha has no redress rerM The Theclub Theclub
club of unionism unionim is I still fUl over ovr the head hed of the thenonunionist thenonulonL thenonunIonist
nonunionist nonulonL t and will wi remain Imaln a menace mlna to toour toou toour
our ou Industrial Indu trll peace pac and to individual IndhiduA right rightto
to labor labr laboruntllthedeclaredprinclple until Wlt the declared dlclard principle pricIple IB I form formulated for formulated ¬
ulated into law statute books bookswhich bookswhich
ulted a upon upn our fttute boks bokswhIch
which will wi place pllc legal responsibility I8ponslblty upeclfl upeclflcally lplf apeciflcally
cally cly defined defned upon upn both bth employers and th thunions the theImlon theunIons
unions as I organized orgal1 or associated 10cit bodies bdies of ofindividual ofldldual ofindividual
individual ldldual workmen workmenTo workme
To labor labr organization organizton as a such to organ organization orga organization ¬
ization 1z1ton for the purpose of improving improvlg the thecondition theconditon thecondition
condition conditon and the th status 8ttu of wage wag earners earnersto eare eareto
to organization orgonlzton which has for its it object obje th thdue thl the thedtie
due dil conservation O8rvaton of tho best bt interests Intersts of our ourmillions ourmilon ourmillions
millions milon of workingmen there ther can c bo 0 and andthere andthere andthere
there is i no valid vald objection objecton The Te right to toorganize toorganize
organize organiz for legitimate legtmate purposes purpls is II fully fullyconceded fuly fulycnode fullycottexaded
conceded cnode The value vlluo of somo fome of the achieve achievement achev achievements ¬
ment ment of organized orpaiz labor labr in i also a1 conceded concededTrie concd concededThe
The to violate the fundamental
Tle right right vlollt fundamentl prin principles principles priaciplea ¬
ciples of our Government Goverment as D expressed expreM in intho Intho inthe
tho Declaration Dectlrton of Independence Indepndeno Is i denied deniedalike deniedaliketotheeinployor
alike alkEto aliketotheeinployor to the employer and to the thelaborunlon thelaborunlonIf labor lbr union unionIf unionI
If I the position pORiton of the employer employr is right If Iftho IIthe iftho
tho decision deciion of the coal cal commission cmmislon is i right rightIf rght rghtIf
If the declaration delaraton of President Prsident Roosevelt Rolwelt is isright I isright
right it is II quite qultLtme time that the principle be beestablished beestablished
established IIthlHhed morals morals1JFEHOATS moralsIfFEIW4TS inStatutory i in atutory law as well wl as al In Inmorals Inmorala inmorals
1JFEHOATS 111114 OV OUR OUl COAST COASTWarp CO4 CO4Wap CO43TWarp
Warp Wap the Host loit Out Put With lb a Bn Bue y p and andPropel ald aldIropel andlropel
Propel Her by Motor Power PowerTo PowerTo PowerTo
To THE 7rE irit EDITOR EPTOR or 01 TUB T E SvN SuNSir Sir Your YourTery YourTry Yourvery
very Try seasonable Isnble editorial eitorial article artce on O Life Lifeboats Lie Llteboats ¬
boats and TUBS TUls in which you call cl attention attentionto
to the thl lesson le on that should be learned learne from the thegallant te tegalant thegallant
gallant galant rmcuo rtCo mado by the tug Navigator Navigatorof
of the shipwrecked sbhwrecke crow orlw of the schooner schoonerHenry 10 achoonorHenry honer honerHenry
Henry 1 P Mason I son should awaken Interest Interestanil Intrtt Intrtt8nd intsresiand
and practical practMI effort etort on the part of all al nautical nauticalminds nautcal nautcalminds nauticallUInds
minds und inventive jnvlntve landlubbers landlubbersHeine laadlubbcT landlubboraBeing
Being 1 < 11 g n I sort of a cross between hll een throe thf8 two twoclasip twoda twoclasses
classes da I I have ho glren glrn considerable con idfrble thought thoughtto
to tho th question uClon of how to get a 1 lifeboat lifeboatthrough Ifboat Ifboattbroulh lifeboatthrough
through tbroulh the surf and I am convinced comince that the thasimplest thoImplet theilniplant
simplest Implet and nnl best way wa is to hare h e a buoy an anchorfl anchorpl anchore
chore off 01 01 the lifesaving Iresavill lifeq av itt station 5talon with llh a cablo cablorunning cablorlnnlng cablerunning
running rlnnlng to It from the shore h < ro When Wln the life lifeboat lfe lfeboat lifelOJt ¬
boat is i to b be launched lalnchfl the th cable can be b rove rovethrough rovethrolgh rovetirough
through throlgh II < i small 8111 cnatchblock snnlchhlok in the bow of ofthe orthe ofthe
the bostmid boftrmd the bout hol hauled hllP through tholch the sari snrfeither sarrellhlr sarieither
either ellhlr by 1 direct tirlt pull pul by th the < crew or by a small smalldrum 1101 1101rum smalldrum
drum rum and winch set lIt up lP In the thl boat bout This Thisplan 1l13 1l13plan Ttilsplait
plan would keep the boata head IPr to the sea senund seaand I
und 111 she ala could coule be warped apee out 011 beyond the UII alrt alrtI surf surfthen nrf nrfthen 0
then I cast ndrift lu1rl and propelled Iropele by the tb oars oarsor Or Oror oarsor
or hotter Ptlll Ftl by b a motor motorOf
Of bf course oursI this Ihl plan necessitate ncfISltntM the ti hunch hlnch
Ing of the lbl lifeboat ubot at the place pllC6 where whlre the buoy buovI buo
I 14 but thnt thlt might m1lht bn b an advanta advantaas advlnlail advantage for a pll pull pullof
of 1 a mi mile or two tV uJnnl along the coast alt would not be beOK beOtt
as hard hnre MS s dragging rrfling tho boat nnd truck truckthrough lrck lrckthrlCh truckthrough
thrlCh through the sand satH would wOlld be Besidw DCl e I can cannot carsnot an annot ¬
not see Re why our olr lifoboats 1hoals cannot clnot be b driven drivenby drlvnby drivenby
by machine mchint motor power powerMy powert powerMy
My t plan n would wolid guarantee larantlt the th launching llunchlnl of
the boat through the surf SU Into deep w wtr wtrwhro witar witarwhere t r rheadway
whro where Ih she coulc enitid hp he held unti urtili Rhl she had Ialni ainet1
headway by the th effort tort of o her crew or engine pnginl
It I in i humiliating hlllutnl to think that the thr time lme wh when n
lifeboats Jlhonts are ro most mo 1 needed nlde is I the very time timewhen tme tmewhn tlntewhen
when they i seem selm to It be helpless I have hav no
doubt dOlhl that iii I there Ihprl I her ure Ir ti re many man y of our olr lifesaving llfcsavinecrews Ife avlnl
crews rrel that thlt would wOlld not hesitate hp itl tn navigate navlgntotheir navlRto navlRtothlr navigatetheir
their boats hontl across Icros < the Ih ocean and who are yet yetunable Yft YftIlnll yttirtable
unable Ilnll to launch lnlieh their craft Crtr n I hundred Iundrd yards yardsthroueh yarnsthrough
through throlrh the surf Klrr on a sandy ndy beach beachNEW hMchr hoachNra yurra yurrathrolrh
NEW r YOHK ons Sept Hlpl 10 ANDREW COATS COATSTo COT COTTo CotrsTo
To THK Tlf KDITOK EnTOI of 01 Tin Brs St l Sir Kr ir What Whatyou WhatYOI 1hatyolt
you YOI say ay In the the editorial dlorlRJ Lifeboats and Tugs Tugsthin 111 Fttgsthis
thin IIK morning morinl may lay also Rllo be b l > t said of Long Ionlllln IonllllnSOln Island IslandSound IslandSoirtd
Sound SOln On the I tim h Long Iong Island Iflld shore bore there is no noport nopot noport
port pot after afer passing lu slng Port Jefferson t tcrson going 10lni east eat
till tl you 0 much the thp extreme Ixtrrp end nd of the thl Island
Them 1lpr should Ihnulc be b a life Ir lit tilt 111 placed locP somewhere somewherealong Irewhrp Irewhrpnlon somewherenlon
along nlon this great Irlnl stretch nstordays llrdlR paper paperprinted PaperpriritiMi
a despatch from Port Jefferson Japr Japrprintfl
printed llh flErson saying saytmi saytmithat
cPp gYI
that eight Ighl bodies bo l had been brought in from fromwrecks froO fromwretks
wrecks wrfk along the th great stretch Itrtch ItrtchIW
N Naw IW w TOUR 1011 Sept 8lpt it I Krinpn KrinpnNew IFopn IFopnt ItEDEItNow
New t forks Foot Scraper SrraprnTo Neapn NeapnTo ScraperTo
To TIIF Tll KDITOK tVITOI vrroR or TIIK 1rr 1tur cKvir Sir Not 01 above aboveFiftyninth abovefUlynlnth aboveFiftyninth
Fiftyninth street stree ni o f far r a as i I have lae observed hut hutoccasionally bltnCellnlly bittoeeaIttiaity
occasionally nCellnlly at B the Ih foot of te I te steps of oldfnsh oldfnshInnril OItAI oldfthtonel
Innril brown brwn stone sloop Inp hcm 101 liotisea r south 10Uh of that thatslriPt Ih thatStreet 1 1lrl
Street I ice a small mal strip of curved Iron stuck llck up I IIn
In tile Ib sidewalk which hlrh before bror the day da of aSphalt aspBiltpavemrnti upllil upllilpamnl aSphaltparements 11
pavemrnti wns M usrful uAtullo to scrape the Ih mini ml1 from one onefeet on ones onesfeet I
feet Nowadays N OWdA owaiIes these Ih icrapers rapen stand rnilnr rnilnrand restintanti I
and Inll rusting rtl In the wralhrr tlle with no object In bring bringCUTpt blo heIneleept I Intpi
CUTpt fur tlr tile tie rarelr earera to II Mumble lmble over but bil they Ihr till tillstBiiil sll stIllstaritl I
stBiiil at the foot of the steps srps of many man old hnusfi hnusfiInmlmArlis hOll hOllInIIIArl hmisesInniltoarks
InmlmArlis InIIIArl alone lonl the Ih pith of pro prosrea rnr rr and I fancy fancythey Ine IneIh fancytIe
they Ih tIe > will wi rrninln rmnln until Inll ihr Ih hnuscs hOls li I > which I s hlrh they theyiHltirilf IbI1JIIft theyltIcri
iHltirilf 1JIIft ltIcri rom 101 10 l1C down to gv 11 place lAc ID t u wjmrtlllnj wjmrtlllnjmodern 11Itll ootrt IUn r rmourn
modern 101fn whose wl scraper l I Is on the II roof rot lo serape frrnpethr serapethe rrnpeIh
the Ih akj sit k Instead of Ilie th earth tlrlh 1 lv lvew v vNKW
NKW rw ew Yoiik YOIK 11111 ffit It in inThe InJh IIIrhe
The Jh Laborious Iborlool laiirrule I Ia Inat lurrate on Sullthurr Salhbu1Frm SalliburyIn SullthurrFrom
From Frm thr In Aoiirfin 1olI Hindnrit Hindnritliy Sl tt nd drd rd rdLjii
liy 11 him 11m hI in In II this thl quirt fllirl lIrt pot ipolShailuwril pot potIi
Shailuwril lij Ii his hi stately nlrlr homr 1111 I
Innipuiift Iomlnul rite rl tie niTdrtu not notIndirnrarh OCtI I
Indirnrarh Ind I itdt rnrnh rneath eithvilral r dome domeslinplrtt ibmInplrst nnl
slinplrtt In Ills tt life Ilr nf men menlraxc menIrac rtme rtmelrac
lraxc him now flW tia t lie wai Ia 5a then thenHumble Ihrn11Ibl titetiII
Humble 11Ibl II tritjie hrjrt majestIc mlJrsle mind mlmlIn
In Him 11m greW < nw fnim wirjame 1101 stem
lit lt hut proiferrd rlfrrd to t munkluil munkluilrltlity msnkln1rlrll menkiuhI
I rltlity rlrll word lo rmmjcl eomJ tnm
Hut 11 t tmtt MHo 10 fnm 13n would ohllrAr mill learn In II nrrr Itt Ittllcwl
Anektit llcwl llcnlm 1011 may 11 hitti learn Iarl It h L here hereiie INr INrI
iie 5 I r loud 10ll anrl vehement vehementNrvtr vhrnt tClbernfltNrtr
Nrvtr u wire his hil ipiiM PIt lest or r rholre hol
All 11 In I Ii mini fl1 for wa was > aisriu aisriuVhlMiirnl srm srmtVllISire 1
VhlMiirnl IIIf1 ml li II t Ihr t hr Mill Mil nt Ill small 11 voice mlce mlceni
Anil Inr ni tiring rIng loved Id and undmtouit InJUIIO
My ly Ihe Just JI1 slid wbt wL and good goodDeath goodheath ood oodUth <
Death bath rloliteirij now no lil lila hips
HiHlifd IUnlt1 Ills hi us vnhr 101 ind AII uralcd hIs hi 1 eyes
Thick 1 hlo 1 < of Ir f how murli mll wisdom Wtom lerps itepsIn lerpsIII tye
III 1 tin I chlirchyird where htrf hi h llrsf ihr
U tVlto ho nil 111 ihbl guide I u ulde 11 U I ui > lljw 1 I Alul iail
One Ol tile by hI our Ile Inir th I he Sagri pitu pituthantluir pl plChoolli pssithsnt
thantluir Choolli thsnt In g thru 11 t 1 eti above she 10 cc his hi hlcr hlcrIndtr lin linInl ticrtflIrr
Indtr Inl r uvrrurdjnic 11rorcllnl nly mtt mttJrs 1 1Irar
Irajer Irar Jrs icr end Hymn YII 1 I lord lo 11 he hro beer r
In ancestral nerAtl nasbItUsr nasbItUsriIrl < Aiulu AUIUA ry
llrlinr Irli iIrl lilni Lll it fur rlr funereal IInnll crr IH errm n
Itemriirc raihfr than KennAn KennAnfliilli Hrno Hrnon1 RinoiiiPilii
fliilli the Ih lordly 10rl1y and tile irrat irratIlirc treat treat11cr rul rulH
Ilirc H may ml learn leor ho I how virtue Irll Ut tr
Oiilsnar OI Ar din ln mill ant du mittat t of Stat siatfAnd StatAnd lal lalAnd
And what tinsel Inl Honor llnors are areArrisumtlonj Ir areAelststiona
Arrisumtlonj have hsIlr hai their day 41
fjukt uelllf Ilinr U L f tint m for If aye ayefr J
fr > A i
STORIES OF BISHOP CLARK CLARKme CL4liKThe
me e Late Lt rmWlnt dlr Bliop Bishop lop of Ihe 1st Pr pret prettaRt PrteI PrteItaft te tetaat
taRt Kplicopil a o11 Church ChurchTo
the thed thedNth thedeath
To vita KDlTOit or TUB BUN Sir In
d dNth death ith TIB of Thorns Toma March Nach Clark Clak the thl Presiding PresidingBishop Prrlldlnc PrrlldlncBtbop presidingBIshop
Bishop of the thr Protestant Prollstaut Episcopal l pllcJII Church Churchin Chlrh ChlrhID Churchin
re lose a most mo t In Interestlne IntprelUnc interestine
in hl his nlnetywwoad year yer t I
terestlne tprelUnc p proealty personality r ooallty and the event marks mBrklan mBrklanimportant an animportant anImportant
important epoch fp b in the thl Church Dr Clark was wasa wa I Ia
a lIttle boy of seven enl residing rcldlnc In Newburyport Newburyportwhen ewburyportwhrn
when whrn lte Queen Qutn 0 Victoria Victria was as born brnun and a aal as u boy of oftwelve oftwelve oftwelve
twelve he hI stood In line lne with other nchoolboys nchoolboysto Ichoolboa Ichoolboato
st b on great sreiitblack crlltblack greatblack
to see TO President Monroe MonroI rldo by a
black 110 charger He had entered entfrt with his hisfattier bisrlthrr hisfattier
fattier rlthrr charer Gen Orno lafayettcfl lfa Il rttll bedroom brom and dli dlitlnctlyr dl dltlcly dlittnctly
tlnctlyr tlcly remmblred remembered m mbercdtheirreat the great French Frron h General Generaltellinr GenerllllIInlr Generttltelling
telling lIInlr him to crow lITO up u patriot and to love lovehit 1011hll lorehis
hit country
In later years h tie became a 1111 Bishop of orRhode ofRhode ofRhode
Rhode Island a wellknown P public b1toJ character characterand harllctrClnd nl3cWiT1 nl3cWiT1and
and during durln < the civil war be resided In Wash Washington WlllhIftaton Washiitgton ¬
ington and bad occasional opportunities of olhathnlhvv ofvllllting ofvisltln
vllllting visltln President Lincoln On one oceMlon oceMlonIn
In the 81boplI shops prn preaenoe 1lncoln turned to his hiliIIfcrtnry hisiieeretary
IIfcrtnry and said aJd Now here Is Stanton 6tantonJwho Stantonwho
who supposes that be has more weight 01 01chor3ctPr o ocharacter
character hathnlhvv tbanI than I ban but I stand much muchhigher milchhhrhpr mtsehhigher
higher In society than he doe Abraham AbrahamLincoln AbrahamLincoln AbrahamLincoln
Lincoln b being ln exceedingly tall und Stanton Stantona
a short thickset figure figureWhen fIgureWhen I IWben
When he h WM factor r etor of Trinity Church ChurchBoston CburchBoaton ChurchBoston
Boston In 1847it Dr Clark was known M Mn II IIan SNan
an n exceedingly eloquent preacher although althoughfrequently althouahrrequlntly althoughfrequently
frequently misunderstood on account of his hiseioeratve hiliflloeaalve hisegoessly
eioeratve lov Ion of humor On one occasion occasionthe occllllionthe occasionthe
the choirmaster entered the vestry and asked askedhim allkfdhim askedhim
him to select a hymn to be b sung lIun before th thsermon the thelermon thesermon
sermon The humorous rector replied ne nehymn Rfleet 8eicet
leet one yourllflt and see that It III i OOllpel OOllpelhymn Oape1hymn
hymn for there may b be very pry little Oaspel O llJICI > In Intn 10th inthe
tn the ermon ermonThe sermonThe ermonThe
The first time I had the pleasure of meeting raeetlnnBishop mlpUnlfBllhop meetingBishop
Bishop Clark wa 11 was about seventeen yearn llIre ago agowhen II agowhen If 0 0when
when he lost his beloved wife The bereave bereavement berMvemeM bereavemeat ¬
meat brought on nervous prostration YrOAtrnllon andthe anathecood andtheood andthegood
good ood Bishop usually so full rul miii of fun wept like a achild acblld achild
child 1 tried to divert his thought from from his hispreHlne hiliPflll8lnlf hispressing
pressing Borrow by asking him to Icll cli me mssomething meIIOnlethlnlf mesomething
something regarding President Lincoln Ho Hosaid 110I13ld liesaid
said Abraham A Lincoln was a man of singu singular slnllllar singilinn ¬
lar tenderness of heart I never saw him himlose himIOIIC himloo
lose his temper but once I was on a commls commlsoner commlslion commiasion
lion appointed to effect an exchange ot prll prllonpr prlsoners
oner And whin we were pressing him with withsome withsome withsome
some force be turned suddenly round and stud snldwith studwith Id Idwith
with marked anger It seems to me gentle gentlemen Irntllmln gentlemen ¬
men as though you 011 would ould like Ilk to run the th Pres Presidential PrlIdntlal PreaIdential ¬
idential machine yourselves But It cant be beThree blThree beThree
Three years afterward 1 met him In public publicwhen pUbllohen pubItowhen
when hen he kept hl hill clergy In roars of laughter laughterwith laulthtcr1I1Ih laughterwith
with an Inexhaustible Inexhnu UbJe fund of humor humorTho humorTho humorThe
Tho death of Dr Clark at so advanced an anage InRre anage
age marks an epoch In the hist history on of the thoChurch tlmChurch theChurch
Church for since he became oame Presiding Bishop BishopbiAnnltlra DlllhopsIlInnltl Bishopiiflrlniiims
biAnnltlra of age prevonted prpv IIIPd his presiding presidingat
at conventions or at the consecration of any anyBhhop IInyBlftbop anyBishop
Bishop thus demonstrating the unwis unwisdom unw1adom unwisdom ¬
dom of the present arrangement whereby wherebyBishop wherbythe
the senior Bishop becomes the Iresdlnll IresdlnllBillhop predingBishop
Bishop of the Church The Presiding PresidingBishop lrp5ldlncBishop PresidingBishop
Bishop of the American Church ranks ec ecclMstantlmlly eccIslatioally eccleslasttcally
clMstantlmlly with the Archbishop of Canter Canterbury CanterbUr Canterbury ¬
bury the th Archbishop of Armagh the th Arch Archbishop Archbl8hop Archbishop ¬
bishop of Sydney and all other metropolitan metropolitanBishops metropolitanBhlho metropolItanBishops
Bishops Bhlho but our American Archbishop ii iiusually IIIusuallv Isusually
usually a man thoroughly Incapacitated by bythe bythe bythe
the Infirmities of sue If by b no other circum circumthe clr circttrnstance < um umIInce
stance from IIkln taking h ha 8 position 118 the h head < lId of oftbe ofthe
the American Episcopal Epl copal Church It there therefore ther1fore therefore ¬
fore seems ml probable that some action will be betaken betaken betaken
taken to remedy the inconvenience not to tosay toear
say 114 ear evil 1111In
In order of seniority senlorlt among Ihe diocesan diocosanBishops dlor diocesanBishops ell3n ell3nBishops
Bishops the rank of Presiding Bishop falls to toDr 10Dr toDr
Dr Daniel Sylvester Tuttle Bishop mshnl iiisho of Mis Mispour MIIIourl Misouri
pour ourl who graduated at Columbia University l Inleraiuyin nlnraityIn
in ISS7 nnd was consecrated Bishop in 1867 1867He t86iHe 1837lie
He was first Bishop of Montana Idaho arid aridUtnh ulldUIIh aridUtJIh
Utnh and after twenty years service 5ervl became becameBishop beetllneBlahop becameBlabo
Bishop Blabo of Missouri The he next n 1 In order are areBishop or orDr armsDr
Dr Morris It orris Bi Bishop hop or Ore Oregon lon > Dr 1 1oant 1oantBishop 011111 011111Bishop
Bishop of Albany Ibnn Dr Huntlngton Bishop of ofCentrsJ 0 0ntriJ ofCntrqi
CentrsJ < ntriJ New York and DrWhiWker Bishop of ofops orPennRylvnnla ofPennsylvania
Pennsylvania There mire nlnrotyIhrec Dish BiAhOJIII Dish01t8
ops of the Church at the theJlll prosnnt aMt > time Since Sincethe Sincetbe Sincethe
the organization of the Protestant Kpiscopal KpiscopalBishops EoisoopalChurch DiACOpalChurch
Church there ha hare e ben eleven lrt Presidtng PresidtngBishops > lIld irllr irllrBlshopl
Bishops Seaburv of Connecticut Provooit Provooitof
of New York White Vhit of Pennsylvania iris nrt nrtwold Griswold iriswold
wold of what was called 1I1d the < Eastern J ft8tern Diocese DioceseChaM IocscChal4l iioceseChase
Chase of Ohio Brownell of Connecticut ConnecticutHopkins ConnecticutHopklDII Connect icut icuthopkins
Hopkins of Vermont Smith of Kentucky KentuckyThe EntmickyLee
Lee or Delaware WiUlBms i1ifams of Connecticut an anClark and andClark
Clark of Rhode J8111nd J8111ndThe islnndThe
The longevity of the members of the pptsco pptscopato Ip epiecoDate ACO ACOCaw
Date hAM been notable although Bishop lark Clarkthe larka larkIs
Caw Is a the only Bishop who lived beyond hdvond 90 There Therewere Therewere Therewere
were fourteen fourt n who lived beyond beyon SO nnd thirty thirtyfour thlrtyfour thirtyfour
four beyond TO TONBW 10Nllw 70NswTofl
NBW NswTofl YORK Sept 10 0 Cirmcus CirmcusEARLY CLrmccsE411U CLrntccsE4RL
EARLY 4ND LATER WUCMYrS WUCMYrSThe 1GR4 rT
The 111 Subject Connlderwl 1 With 1tb Reference Referenceto
to the Souths Cry for M Mere re labor lAtrarTo laborTo LaborTo
To TH UK EDITOR or Tire Sen SvSr Sir < ir In dls dlsousslnc dlsCUIIIIIDIf diecussing
ousslnc a bill on duties and imports in the theHouse the1I0ule thehouse
House of Representatives In May 1710 1710Representative 118111tepresentaU 1710Ytepresentative
Representative James Jackson of Georgia Georgiasaid Georrrl6said Georgiasaid
said If ever the bill comes forward again againI
I hope It will comprehend the white slaves slavesaa la 118 118as
as well as the black Those white slaves slavesho ilia slaveshe vIs vIsbe
ho said were imported from all the Jails of ofEurope orEurope ofEurope
Europe and wretches convicted of the themost thomost themost
most flagrant crimes were Cre brought In and andsold andsold andsold
sold soldIt soldIt
soldIt
It Is a historic bi torio fart that among the 1h first firstemigrants tlr rst rstemigrantstothis t temicrantlltothls
emigrants emicrantlltothls to this country cOl1ntr were many IUlln men of ofloose ofloose ofloose
loose character discharged i soldier men re releused releu released
leased leu sed from prison and nd exiled to this tbl country countryto cOllnlrto
to get rid of them prior to 17S7 Many Zllan of the thestreetwalkers Ib IbIItreetwIUers thestreetwalkers
streetwalkers of London accompanied by byvagrants b bVBlfrnntA byvagrants
vagrants felons dregs of the Continental Continentalpopulace Continentalpopulac Contlrivntaipopulace
populace were cast Iut by the mother country countryupon COUJ1tr COUJ1trupon countryupon
upon her colonies coionl This practle < became becameBO
BO extensive that In the Province of Pennsyl Pennsylvania PpnnIvaull Pennyivauis ¬
vania in 1W2 16 2 the Council Coun 1I proposed to pro prohibit prohibit prohibit ¬
hibit the introduction of undesirable un lrable emi emigrants emlQTantll cmlgrants ¬
grants such ns convicts lid sotweeds by byimpoiintradutyof Ii IiImposina bylrnposlngadutyofcs
impoiintradutyof Imposina dUIor i i Bf 1 ore this date how however howtVlr however ¬
ever there were thousands of emigrants emigrantsbrought emlcrsntsbrourrht emigrantsbrought
brought over from the Palatine district districtGermany districtGermany
Germany by b a system IIY8t m which is j little known knownto
to the present pr lIent generation They The were fro re redemptloner r redemptioner
demptloner r people without wit bout money mon wto per permitted permitted ussrmitted ¬
mitted the owners of t he vessels VOtI Mls > which brought brourhtthem br01lrMthlm broughtthem
them over to sell them Into servitude for a aterm IItprm sterm
term of years ears to pay po for their puwagcncross puwagcncrossthe pu paestge Sa1l1 < nf1rll across acrossthe 1 1tbe
the oceti OE III There were also thousands thon 1 ndA of ofindentured orIndpnturrod ofindenturei
indentured servants mostly German Irish Irishand lrlhand Irishand
and Scotch peasants lI llaDt who signed contracts contractsin
in the old country that they th would ouJd work for forB
B term of years for the t he parties PZltI s brin bringing inc th t h111 thentover h111over m mover
over Adults both men and worsen usually umiullyserved umuI1 umuI1slrved usuallyserved
served from seven tot to t wclve wcl C years roar l find nntlmlJlor nntlmlJlorwould minor minorwould thslrhorswould
would servo until they the were 21 21The 21Tbe 2tThe
The Provinces rrollll fI of Maryland Virginia and andGeorgia andGeorlria andGeorgia
Georgia were to a largo extent settled IlIledaD by byen byan
en element which wo was u banished balllMh d or exiled from fromthe rromtIJe frortmthe
the mother country while PcniiHSlvatiia and andseeking unciNrow iSthmINew
New York were e1I aettiMi HI largely br this borne hOlnlReklnr borneseeking
seeking class of ofredernptloner rcdfinptloner and indentured indenturedservants IntJpnturedservantll indenturedservants
servants together with sit a large infusion of ofUunkards orDunkards ofDunkards
Dunkards and Moravians MoraviansThe lIorarlans1bo MoraviansThe
The Rev Gottlieb Mlttelberirers Mltlrolbrlrlrsllttl little hook hookJourneys hookJourneys I IJournlYs
Journeys to Pennsylvania and Kunp KunpNotes HUrl ftupps ftuppsNotes i
Notes to Or Rushs Manners 1 Iminne nnerK a of Pennsylva Pennsylvania Ienn y 11 ¬ II
nut nl give n clear insight Into the conditions conditionssnd tol eormtJltjojand iUonR iUonRand
and causes which miule the I h Sutns ftllt of Pennsyl Pennsylvania Itrmnsylvaniii ¬ I Ivanlll
vania And New II York ork take from rota the very veryarrival vryarrival rv I Iarrlal
arrival of the early Immigrant theindustrial theindustriallend IheinduRlririlIttld the industrial industriallead
lend of all th the other States Stul in the I hI Union Many Manyof Ian Ianor
of the th citlsens whose ancestors came 101 over In Inthe Inthe inthe
the middle and last quarters uarters of the th eighteenth eighteenthcentury Illhtpenth IllhtpenthIIntur elgirteentlucentury
century < IIntur now no occupy the highest wilks 111 lis in inAmerican InAlIlritun InAnierican
American life and IIn Indutry IndutryThe InauctryThe indutryThe
The cry for more hbor at the South Southmn lIouthran Southcan
mn be obviated by h the Souths noltlntr forth forthInducement rorthIndul4lmentll forthInducements
Inducement to that worthy ol 111111 s of foreign foreignemigrants torlhfntmllflants foreignemigrants
emigrants wholandon who ho land on ourthorfH our hnrrll Minnesota MinnpRolRreceived Minnesotareceived Minnesotaand
received I large oc acceesiott p eiGIi or orwlIilllla Xorwegiiusand orwlIillllaand
and Swedes BWEd Michigan Mleltlfan of Dutch Missouri Missouriof l1l1l1ollrlor
of Germans the coal 1011 that Is I mined In Penn Pennsylvania Pennsylvania > Imn Imn8lvanla ¬
sylvania is practically allmlned by Slavonic Slavonicrnd Slavonlernmi
rnd Bohemian miners Hut there were con concentrated COIICInlrulld cciicentruted ¬
centrated efforts ortm to get these the Immigrants Immigrantstoseek ImmljlrontAtOllppk lrnrntgrarttstosek
toseek homes In those vnrlous lIriou places pili The TheSouth ThpHouths TheSouths
South cry Cf for more hbor does 101 not sent sentsincere o m msinrerf mInrpr
sincere Inrpr for the Ih South has done nothing prac practically prnctiClllh isrmmetically ¬
tically to C turn the th tide of foreign emigrants emigrantsinto InliiTlHltMInln eriiigrritsInto
into their Btmny Runn climes Let Southern cluiiii CttItmthors
bTHof b hors of ODinmeroebvirdiof tsatninerme I itrd i of tiulc merchant merchantassociations an rrhllllllt rrhlllllltAMllodnllonl reharttsnemiocifltlotth
associations anti owners of Ilio Ih soil Ito MS MSactive I IarUIp itsactive
active in Inducing the flow of foreign emlcri emlcritlon pmhrrntlon eiuiermtiott
tlon southward and nne their Macedonian iry irywill ry rywill rywill
will b he hoard J Jl 1 1THU n nTlSDY BItbtY
TlSDY Sept H HA sA
A Cen Censmt n of IIuin nllnnpalhlr < vi > rathlr Ihxlrluni IhxlrluniFritm ihyslrlanPram
Pram 1011 lit fIc ValA 011 inrreUt mrrn > a Journal a I llomiriiulhy llomiriiulhyAt Jomfp lhV
At 1 or about the Ib dawn of the twentieth century rrnturythen rnlur rnlurIh centurythen
then Ih were rln In the Inlled Stat e cmi rxrluslre of Alaska AlaiUaand Alaskaarid Iullnod
and od olhrr thr dependencies tI DUD hoipjnpnhlr hU1 opalhle prnr prnrilllonersorrnr prnt1I110nrr prartlttorters
1I110nrr illlonersorrnr or cn nne In SOUOof ItOU OUI or Hi population I > III llartia llartiadr tiarbaI
dr 1 oroi1 IIr ii r 11 < t In 3iOT a m t Ill llriva lira It r t n i 1 mrlca i rica ilnrlud ilnrludInj IIndlIlIn Inch md mdlog
log In Newfoundland and All of l Iuhrrnl labradorm ihrtiii ri n or one oneIn nn nnIn oneIn
In illnn 1111 I I 0 In I n tniitiny I nh ci v 7 7lIf or mm r one 111 In it IJlnni 133 t II In Switzer Switzerland Swlllrland SWiteerland ¬
land 21 20 or one 1111 In 151001 In Austraat a 3D or r one 01 In InI5VOO Intsttxh
I5VOO 1 y1 in 0 Spin in J I u or r one on n In 1 03iIO tJII In Jlrl 111lum 111lumII lum lumIt
It or one o In 11161111 laiw In Irinrr un 211 or one lnSl2cooi lnSl2cooiIn In102000In hnt2oho hnt2ohoIn
In 01111111 lTimny Ml or one on In 10107 In ireat Hrltatn Hrltatnan1 Urllalnal1 ItrlmairiMu
an1 Mu Irtlaml JreIA I 1 Z oi 1 I or on in nuiirjO In Holland 17 17or 17or 17or
or one IIn In TWOXI In Denmark s or one on In VMOOI VMOOIlu IJO OW OWIII
III MexIco 32 or one In used 3mri In llrall trash 31 or orol orolIn one oneIn ourIn
In 21004 42S In Italy it or one In 77Ztti In Argentina Argentinat
t or one on In noOfX In Kuropraii I UIOI > AIi lluwiia tin or oc ocIn nce nceIn ogin
In lMiMOln 1 ItVllIM1O 111f III Ioitigaoroudn 1itll13 a or ouln eu Itt IC74IXA l There Therewere Therwr Therewere
were slat l II In ladle 1 In China I llla I earn fh In Tape TapeColony ape apeColony
Colony Sweden and Vrneiurla trtuI as well tU u J In the thella IhoIall1I theItasatian
lla Iall1I allan lilandt Ianda and I 1111 In Alaska AlaskaThis Ala AlaThll Alsksthla
This Indiniet mere are not l Isa ca than IOM5 IO 3 ella rtlarlples 11 11elpls ellaciptes
rlples of lUnnainnnn In liif 11 world of wbora fD per perrent ptrnl perrent
rent nl reside within thr Ih limit of the be tnltd Stain StainAddlcki ilalrlprop Stateproper
prop proper
Addlcki Vat Iuen Pu in n Ki Ir1II m Iklladalphla IklladalphlaOf ltlJa4lphlOt
Of Delaware a III II Ills behold lh the radii radiiThe radIiTile
The filihy lucre of perilitrnt Addlrka AddlrkaAll mddImkaAll >
All h her r had ed Terse bad Hor > a bad Dleka Dlekattnnrt 1traBoa
ttnnrt Boa on the boodle of < if aurlf aurflerouo rou Addklu AddkluuiLtuttlTUU AddlekaPSILIOSLMiA
uiLtuttlTUU Sept 0 c U a
CIL4XGES1IIS CHAXGES BIS CREED CRELDThe
The 11 Rfv A H DrxUhaw of the Martute MartuteChurch > Urt > e eChurch
Church lo Become an Cplsropallan CplsropallanTho
The Hov Archibald H Bradshaw for foreight foreight
eight years on assistant minister In th thCollcKtAt thCollegiate
Collegiate Reformed Church baa d decinl decinlto ciflei cifleito
to quit the Hcformexi Church and boconvj boconvja bcec bceca
a Protestant Episcopal clcrnynmn H iiwill t twill
will preach for tho last time a as a a Reform I IChurch iChurch
Church minister next Sunday SundayBe j
He han boon associated with the Pox PoxDr fla flaDr
Dr D I J Burrpll in the Mnrhlc CollrKii CollrKiiChurch ColieglcChurch
Church Fifth avenue and TnvntynlnH TnvntynlnHstreet Twenty0j0151strcetaince
street strcetaince ninco 189S and this summer has WT WTtho boe boethe
the preacher there It Is in that enure enurethat chjre1 chjre1that
that ho will preach his final srnon rmon on onSunday ms msSunday
Sunday SundayAsked SundayAsked
Asked yesterday his reason for Riving up upHO
HO important a place In the Reformed Church Churchand Churchand
and beginning at the bottom in another anotherhe anotwrhe
he declined to give any reasons while still stillin stiiin
in the Reformed further
body than to say saythat a athat
that he bad studied the matter for Mvph Mvphyears sei seiyears
years with a growing conviction iu favor favorof farorof
of the Episcopal Church ChurchHe ChurchHe
He loaves hM present place without pros prospects prnepoets ¬
poets and expects to take up mission work workoft workas
oft a lay reader probably In the dioorw Of Offtjntral ofntral
ftjntral ntral Pennsylvania Bishop Talbot of ofthat ofthat
that diocese is hU friend and the Rev RevW
W R Breed rector of St Jamess EpUot EpUotpal Epimopal
pal Church Lancaster Pa is his brother brotherinlaw brotherinlaw
inlaw He does not expect to get into thn
Episcopal ministry under a year and a half halfThe hailThe
The Rev Mr Bradshaw is a graduate of ofPrinceton ofPrinceton
Princeton Seminary having previously previouslyattended previouslyattended
attended Franklin College at Ixmcaater IxmcaaterHo LaneasteHe
Ho came from Princeton direct to Ver Vermllyea Vermilyea
mllyea Chapel nf the Collegiate Church
in this city and in two and a half Team vearadoubled Teamdoubled
doubled the membership of both cliajx1 cliajx1and cliajxland
and Sunday school schoolIn
In 1888 lie went to the Marble Church Churchand Churchand
and his special work there has been in con connection connection ¬
nection with strangers especially thosn thosnstopping thosmstopping
stopping at hotels Indeod the hotel work workof workof
of the Marble Church is famous all over th thcountry ttmr ttmrcountry
country anil nt the services there t are proba probably prbabiy
bly more strangers in attendance than in inanv inany
any six other churches on Manhattan Island
through the efforts of Mr Braclshaw and andsome andsome
some young jnople of the Marble Church Churchthe Churcththe
the Sunshine Mission was established ii iiHelld irtHellS
HellS Kitchen It has grown tinder hU hUleadership hisleadership
leadership lo an attendance of 3000 parsons parsonsa
a month monthMr monthMr
Mr Rradshaws family is reputed to be bewelltodo bewelltodo
welltodo having Interests in in mines ia iaPennsylvania in inPennsylvania
Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaMAMMOTH Pennsylvania1I4MMOTII
MAMMOTH WELL HARDLY HARDLYMew
Mew Yorkers Who i Know Abnrrt Plrlsloeene PlrlsloeeneTlilnxs
Things Seem to Doubt It ItThe ItThe
The ncl scientists ntiti8 of the American Museum Museumof
of Natur il History do not take seriously seriouslythe seriotmalythe
the report from San Francisco printed yes yestenlay yesterday
tenlay that Dr J P Frizzele a Govern Government Government ¬
ment employee has found in the Arctic ArcticIsland ArcticIsland
Island of Uriimak the track of a living livingmammoth livingunainmot
mammoth mammothThey unainmot ii iiThey
They think that Dr Frizzelc spoke wisely wiselywhen wIeiywhen
when he paid that he didnt wont to appear appearridiculous appearridiculous
ridiculous by stating positively that there thereis thereis
is a mammoth still living livingRut livingBust
Rut it in a fact he added according lo lothe tothe
the San Francisco despatch that I paw pawcomparatively sawcomparatively
comparatively fresh track on the inland cf cfUnimak ofUrimak
Unimak about four miles from the main mainland mainland ¬
land landProf I
Prof Waldemar Jochelson and Prof ProfWaldemar ProfWaldmar
Waldemar Bogori of the American Mu Mueeum Muscum
scum of Natural History both members of oftho ofthe
the rvcojit Jcu Jesuit North Pacific Pacafloexpedltion Pacafloexpedltionsas expedition expeditionasvf
asvf sas the San Francisco despatch yesterday yesterdayAbsurd yesterdayAbsutnill
Absurd both exclaimed exclaimedIt
It might have been the track of an elk elksuggested elksuggested
suggested Prof Jochelfon JochelfonOr
Or of an escaped psca elephant from Barnumi Barnumicircus Barnumscircus
circus added Prof Bogoras BogorasBoth BogorasBoth
Both professors said that the island re referred ii iiferred ¬
ferred to was a small one and if there were werea
a live mammoth on it everybody would wouldknow wouldknow
know it Its a good many thousand years yeareeince yearssince
since live mammoths were making tracks tracksOn tracksOn
On his recent trip to the North Pacific an ana asa
a member of the Jesup expedition Prof ProfJochelson ProfJochelson
Jochelson found at the mouth of the Lena LenaRiver LenaRiver
River a mammoth tusk which belonged belongedto belongedtotbepleistoceneage
to totbepleistoceneage the pleistocene age It Itweighs2eOounda Itweighs2eOoundaand weighs 2flO pounds j
and meatures 13 feet 6 inched thebesWhat I IWhat
What Mr ntdilrr hag to 87 87From sayFrom
From the StaalsZcitiina of ytfltriay ytfltriayThe psfrrdaiThe
The members of the fusion organizations organizationsyesterday organizationsyesterday
yesterday selected Mayor Iow Comptroller ComptrollerGrou ComptrollerGroutsndPresident
Grou GroutsndPresident t and President Forties of the City Coun Counell Councii
ell as their cindidntos With regard to th thtwo the thetwo
two last named wo hats no criticism to ad advance adV5hCP
vance now and nd our attitude toward the re renoiniiiiitinn renointituttion
noiniiiiitinn of the Mayor has Ions been known knownto
to our readers While we freely aclinowled acknowledothat < ro rothat
that the how administration has on the thewhole thewhole
whole been without Wit bout doubt the best New NewVork ev evYork
York has had for decades we know too toothat toothat
that the Mayor has by crinvous mistakes mistakesalienated mistakesalienatsel
alienated many of hl his former supporters supportersnnd
nnd that In consequence he is not so Strom1 Strom1as
as he was two years ago ugtThe agoThe >
The fusion conference has disregarded disregardednil
nil criticism and hum followed the advice of ofthose ofthose
those who were determined to r renominate renominateSeth > nomlnat nomlnatS
S Seth th Low nt any cost Th The > responsibility rewponnlhilltyor
br or the udoptlon of this course will rest with withthewe wIthtbose
thewe by wliotn it urns introduced Vc bars havdone barsion
done ion our part in calling attention to ci the ttt dan danK dangers
K gers TS which will threaten the success of fusion fusionif
if the itt course entered upon yesterday is fol followed fol1owmI ¬
lowed lowedTli 1owmITb
Tli TblrtecnlnfesledTweatjftve Ill IrteenInfesled TCeut flye Teat c It IMcre IMcreTo Il rc rcTo
To rat RUITOH or TIIK SfN > Ir tiiiiimtltluus tiiiiimtltluuspc mIrrstlticspcpIs
pc pcpIs ple and there are a treat many ot them al always alwzsrcsrd
ways wzsrcsrd HErd the th nunibrr lUtsbclnj t3es beIng unlurliy They Theywill The TheivIli
will uevir unttrrtakr lo ii start anvtliuic n rmer w on llu lluIJtu
IJtu of the month jiti i an ruvlilnt pay them lo spend spenda
a nleht In a hotel room with Ih ii Ihr number 11 on ube Hiedoor ubedoor
door likewise they wouldnt sit It down to dlnmr dlnmrIf dma dmaif
If then were already twrlvw taet at the talile yet thise thisesune ihsesame
same suprrstittoums ui > rrslltloM ixopic will carry any number numberot
ot quarter dollars la their purUrta and otter have havetlie haveIbm
Ibm teat frar frarIf trnr1
If they Ihe will tnlie one of their numerous quarter quarterand qtlsrtrmend
and look at the till1 side they tbe will roilre rot cm Hint Hintthere thatthere
there are 13 sIam the motto K 1turltiVi irntim rcn rcntftlna ccntalrui
tftlna 13 letters the shield Is made up of IS bar barIn barIn
In one claim the eagle Ls holdlnc 11 arrows In the theother theoilier
other clfl cbs there are 11 leans tract a on the mall branch branchHf branchIliiw
Hf Iliiw low all tliesc thlitecns tile value lur of tbr coin Is IsItlven Isgiven
given as Quarter Dollar this also contains 13 13letters 13letters
letters lettersHere lettersItere
Here we have In all sU thirteen on the coin rnlnCin coinCan
Can any of THY SUNS readers tell wheilier this ttlswa thiswan
wa Inlentlonal IJ U UrniMtiKlFHU ILiiIitsuiiruts
rniMtiKlFHU Pa Sept n nRent aReal
Rent I Deirnoeralle > enorratlr Rnrcoo Rnrcootram Yturgonrmefl
tram rmefl Iht Vilnctistrr Mrmntriit MrmntriitIt
It Is Indlcennii1 In Uic ti soil of Kentucky wbrrf It Itonly Iionly
only Is found In Its pristine purity WenU Imltn Imltnlions ImIttitlons
lions are sometimes found In other plarm butthfv butthfvnever huthesnever
never deoiMvc the fleet It louche the spot in innolhtnit asnolhing
nolhtnit else does H till tIlls comforts and atlttei atltteialike atlfrsaltkC
alike the pauper sod the millionaire and tnui thuessent i ieswntlally
eswntlally essent iaII ilemnrratlr It Vorlc rk ha be tegtn un on the thepreparation th thprrNrhuhofl
preparation for the bli nmotint that will be In n1 n1drueehere cv cvcIelieeherr
drueehere lo morrow In Us preparation will re rensril p pused
used 45 < f l pounds thiida of href tied 5 dozen hens tn dozen ran ranof ear earor
of corn 15 bushels liimalors Ut fi huiheli potauies potauiesbushels poustorsS
S bushels onions I bu bhhjthlel lieU stilt i and S1 pounds pepper pepperWith peppert1tiu
With the to solip lip u will 111 be nerve served d SSWI loaves ot bltuL bltuLAnoihrr husagAmloiher
Anoihrr linrurd liroken lirokenIs
Is there no lirenlilfhs record rerordAnd recordtnil
And CAD all nobody make maltrA
A rood sutaitnb ulisinnilal ci record recordNotiudy recordmitu1
Notiudy mitu1 eLse ian break breakEach breakCach
Each vmrslnre mans tnmuncreatlon tnmuncreatlonFor creation creationKor
For itlory or for rash cathlir rashlie
lie hits OIIIP previous record recordAnd recordAnd
And limicli It nil to smash imuaIn smashin
In every field of action actionMan umiborsilatt
Man dfiei the t M be ran ranAnd rantad
And has his rrnird broken brokenIll brokenliy
liy sonu surremIItig man manills
Ill ills muwle mind anti money moneyHierl moneylsrrt
Hierl themselves to mtka mtkaA
A rrcnrd thai I its I mi him other otherCompeiltor imituerCiujieittor
Compeiltor can break breakThe breakThe
The rrrord rord Is u wonder wonderTbe wnnlerTile
Tile latest alr l and the brat bratHut heatltitt
Hut somehow aumeihlnj liltili liltiliAnd bite it itAnd
And break It like Ihr rent rentfill realSta
fill tlious tliemttsmind n1 retire > BM of rrrordi rrrordiSlreioli recordaStrrtti
Slreioli burkwardlolhenrit burkwardlolhenritA bsrltwmsrd to the fIrst fIrstvIiih
vIiih n cihe rita ra thlceing thlceingtt
A new neWCne one nol In bun bunIn burgIs
In there nu lurakleu rernrdf rernrdftliii tecordtIs
Is < tliii no Jsser iwer ui uiak uiakA i iA
A frroMtbaHooU r i sf sfiawetapowuW
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