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tilth law CD thit iubj tub iubjCt ct t II that thatst
st ad of f lofOJe ope being required to tot toLh totheir
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tth l LIhrs ri r who ho have read the Xtwi S w and andiay andwi n4 n4t
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Ii I in n England required the vaccloi vaccloii cclna cclnar
i i < > r ill n ihlldren bom ID that rosa cooaan
I an and parratt 1 renti vh railed to comply complyT
T > ih tbe th wqulHmcnt hIt nt h liable to toand tofr tofr
fr and n1 Inprtxmmem The armto1M armtoarn armto armtoarm
arm m mode < > de vai then in n f frce > rce People Paop1Mtv PeopleIh Peopleobjected
Mtv Ih objected obJ tt4 and claims that It waa waatile wUtli waathe
the tli means m u of tranimittini tranmltt Inr dueatet dllu of ofbe ofIbe ofttc
Ibe be vilest character wen denouncwl d u urnoraat UinoraDt ugnorent
rnoraat Wfoted blrol ubattnat tad tadicnilble aD4entbl andenhIbie
icnilble entbl to reason on Any An doctor who 1ItIocI itodnted
0 dnted < rnted from the orthodox doetrlM doetrlMtf
tf C i1 11 pure preventive ltenth was wi placed placedi
i the pale it f the th tecogolaed tK tKand luand taend
and nd wai wa U ti tJIoatld atrf to all th the p pet petr t tI
r I recently recnllr1IIWd wd by the thetIh wta ke keh tun tunih
tIh ih h to prove JO theIr th lr o OWDlDtalllbIl OWDlDtalllbIlIR own a latettlbll latettlblli
> i IR now admitted J br aotae of the tbe1I thettet themt
mt 1I ttet t odvocatts of vacelMtloB that thatJ
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the I h denial denialand of 1 HecblBft
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Itself Till Inability MiIt Ir f It for toremtlLi toremtlLiduct foremast foremastadvucta m it itadvocate
advocate to explain xpl ln Ihl t td sotlon sotloneffect aottunecleItiflCMIl otloncIlltJIICAUT
cIlltJIICAUT to pro prove t tlit ha I It llai IMf thti thtierroClI
f effect claimed for It tu demon demontoe dmoltrbl temOlStr5 temOlStr5the
toe truth of the tb dofftiu that It Itpreventive ItPIlatle Il Ilpreventive
preventive or even wn a palllatlv cf cfula O Ooil ofoI
oil oI I II becoming clearer and motV motVly IIIOftIy
understood and < th the exploeloa exploeloasiatlitlcal uploalttaUaUcal exploeiubstatIstical
statIstical ly data which hleh form the thereliance UMIit UMIitI
little tot fcripletlve totpittivel o opllllv
I reliance leaves lelV them
pletlve agalwt Inat tho thou who dtspttttjiM dtspttttjiMassertion 411 dtpnWjh dtpnWjhassertions = h hrtlon
assertion rtlon with Itb which to totheorY toltf toltftheory
theory that Is I pa passing lng Ihto th tWN tWNCIlfory tIicaLcRory i icategory
category a as th the dead fads w wbriefly We h hbrltny Iii Iiibriel
briefly mentioned mentionedTho
The virtues of vaccination vaccinationdoubtful 8cclnatloa40ublful s sdoubtfUl
doubtful quantity and now nowopen nowI nowopen
I open auction It Is of tio io as astboe a s sthoni 1 1tfloCI
tboe who say so 0 It would wouldbetter wouldbetter A Abetter
better tu acknowledge < e the patel patMtthat patelIblt pstastthat
that frlgbtful blunder hnv hnvIn havein M MIn
In the schools hool of mellclne me JllInl < and anddbllliy andsiblilty 14 14IIblilly
dbllliy that a mtotake has hasalso baaallO bs bsalso
also In this svppowd sure sureagainst IllreInlt sureagainst
against Inlt a loathsome disease diseaseloilnt dl dl1001n dliaaibunt
bunt many of Ita It terrors terrorssanlttry tenonnltlry terrorssanitary
sanitary and hygienic regular regularwill reultwill regulatiwill
will loof the bond that Mn4 JItoItmlnda b1n4minds r rminds
minds to fixed opinion and andInquiry cs csInquiry fgf fgfInquiry
Inquiry fearless of consequent consequentnxloui conaeq conaeqnllelll conequeflSIanxious
nxloui only vIII for the th truth truthAmong truthAInu truthAniong
Among AInu mall evidences of th thof the tJIeof theof
of lltht and liberty on this Un Unsubject lIDubjcct lmp lmpsubject
subject we W copy th the following followingthe fonOWI fonOWItll
the tll Medical World for or May sy a aIon osslq osslqIon
Ion article to that we copied toplfdmf copl d ft ftsame froia froiasame
same mf magazine on Wednesday WednesdayEditor Wt4DlldayFAilor WednclayEditor
Editor Medical World WorldIt
It Is I a prerogative of physic physicdlsagr lJhyldl thuiIeIfl thuiIeIfldlalrsa
dlsagr dl and when ben dOD < > good loudIy n nly iiatift iiatiftiy
Iy the results ult may b he beneficial beneficialyour intlIaItour nlfklalYour
Your your article on amali malll > > x In th thiMue the Ap ApIlIIue p pisue
iMue of your ollr valuable monthly lIIunthlyIflely was wasscarcely wasscarcely
scarcely the tolerant q pint ru to be hisrecte4L c creeled
I IleCtN reeled You atulbnti UK th failure t tp ti tp
i p epidemic to j f CIr > i ignorance Ignura o or ori orTglcct I
1 i inixrt 1 ICt In your opinion Inlon evidently eYldnUi
1 i fl i panacea II vac VCllutln < imitin According Accordingi Ao <
lt tanIca IX IXIli edi ediI
i t ih tht < > Kneyclopedlu Hilttanlca
I ii > I in England in inin i > revacdnatlon revacdnatloniin rt > ecInaUo ecInaUoI
I iin 11 tii I i drath J ath rot rn t W n ne A 111 18J per cent cntHi clntllil centtiti
Hi sltue 1 hiO 70 with II tih h W per cent of the Uiemltv teI
I mltv 1 Jr population vaccinated It Is 189 189I 18 18I 1S 1SI
I f iflt ifltIn nr nrIn
I in i i after w > tflI ar 11 of vaccination vaccinationmil
mil Hn1 5 > mrs 1 r of c elII1IIIIry < nni > ulr < > ry vaoctnatlon vaoctnatlonth voclIallolIhn
th Ihn ° t r ore in Ix fonII T4ont n < ln fl 422 deaths from fromiillp 1rolftlI1dll froiflfer
iillp > x per mllllii living the th greatest greateftm
m itJlltj I In the hitory hirlf of If th the City It In Inth InIh Int
th t I y1 > > n ending tnjlnllcmhtr i > ombi > r 11 1M1 28ft 28ftn
< n i J t mallpc x th third highest h Cht rate ratein
in th h century this Indicate IndicateiKnurnnic IndicateI In4lcateIgflurnflP
r r iKnurnnic or < T r neglect Of th thm the themr thenr
I
m mr < > rf than 30000 uti o h > died of smallpox amallpOXn
I in n Kunru In 1K1 1 1 JWO OOO OO had been vao vaoti ao aohi aon
hi ti I 1r II > r Makunai Transaction of the theVi theVa
Vi initli > n Inqulr you U will And that thatnr thatvur
I vur nr IIM n RFOrtion > rtlon thin icncflt from vaccln vacclntln
tln In I of C cvon years duration cuts cutgIIM cuiI
IIM 0 It > Kith the medical fraternity fraternityVh fraterllltWh
I Vh r you lI link knmlodfe with Ith faith faithin iIthin
in vv < In Inlllon itlon you Ull must remember that thatv
v n In n INirlrii Iwrlt nmhton began Ills ar arn 1 1J
J 1 > n Vanlnatln ardnatl for the SncjWlo SncjWloht ncIo ncIoi
11111 i ht itrittanlca niitim itlufl IX hi be belu b beiitvtI
lu 111101 > il In the etllr efJIrty rlll r > of vacclaallon vacclaallonTlii
ThaI Th a t 11Ikli irl t r I 1 imhia mbl a < > il all nlillatltlOII a I I statistic at ex exiit exLIII cxI
iit LIII I iI i uli n that subrt Including the theI re reI
I its > r Van an HtMlitvn hh Jurln Lambert lAmbertftlh LamlrtYnt
1 Miritlth Ynt Itti md Duvlllnrd from the Lon Lonn
1 < n Xiii h it NVncii tl nn 0nt > l Maaaaoku MaaaaokuI u uttll
I Cr > tt ttll > Ii IlaU and anellll and aim iIe Iho Ih facts stated statedi tt ttI
i In Ius yrloiifrlli i arth nrllde le Inocvla Inocvlai 11I jjiocutifl 1
i i tlun Vhrn Wh n that arlcle rllel was wasi oont oonti 00 00I
I JI i i II > i r Cr rd < Union rht hl 1 woe im compelled to toihirjt toharg
ihirjt < hI IwII l ii Hi 1 t Second Report Reportof Re rt rtor rtfr
of the th Rival CoinmliHlin page 186 This ThisM Is Isis
M 1 nt not > t intended to mnrt a controvttfsy controvttfsyI rnntro rnntroJ
I was > a n firm believer In vaccination In Inmy inIn
111 my early Iorl professional days but th thmore the UIImllf theinre
more I study the subject lubJ th the more obJrtlonable ObJrtlonable ob objectionable ¬
Jrtlonable vaccination aop ap appear ar all to me meI m mI I
I was va varclnated my children will not note notlit notbe
e lit until they re reqU request < ust t It ItP ItP I IP
P I L TBMPLETON M D DKontpellfr D3iontpeilor I Ioatpellr
Kontpellfr Vt VtTin VITIIf VtTItI
Tin i iThe 11U 1flISltYT1tltItN nTJmI SSJtunUy ASs1rflIaYThe SSJtunUyTbe
The deliberation of th the general nual a aI an anesmbly > I Ibl
I sembly bl of the Presbyterian church churchwhich ehurabwhich churebirhlcli
which Bt this Thursday Thur at St StIx Stoul StLou1
Ix oul > uls will Ul be followed with mwjh m h In Intert Innd InteNet
teNet and nd cariosity CMrioIlt It ha question questionof
of Importance to deal with among amongwhich amoqwlliell ainoagwhich
which ar aN the demand for a rertaton of ofthe oftJat ofthe
the creed and the notable falling oft oftIn oftlIa
In the lIa number of converts from 40MI 40MIIn 40 40II 40in
In SIN 1 to tMO 50 tn ItW ItWThe 1 11IIe 1The
The creed la I probably the most vital vitalproblem ltalproblm whitproblem
problem before 114to th the fathering ptb of Pres Presbyterlan 1 1bltrlln Presbyterlan
byterlan divines dlIII lavcrai kveral ralIIIo ralIIIocommittee years ago agoa
a committee was a appointed to make makeacme lIIILkelOIne makeesme
acme changes In the article Mlcl of faith faithtouching flthtouchlill faithtouching
touching the doctrine of election elec olI and andeternal andeternal andsternal
eternal damnation of Innocents but tb tbpresbyteries the thepbytl thpreibyteries
presbyteries at that time condesjUMi condesjUMith eolld eolldtill
th till proposed changes chlI But th the matter matterhas matt matthu matterbaa
has been agitated ever since and aa4tbe sadthe HOST HOSTthe
the assembly has be beet n ovcrtured oerturedCblcaao by tfta tftaChicago t tChicago
Chicago preabytery to consider tb the tltetfr Mai Maiter t tter
ter b by resolutions which declare dd tMt tMtgreat tMCreal tMtgreat
great real misrepresentations ml relItallon of the Alt Altclaim auttl auttlelm ith ithclaim
claim to find their Justification tn Inarchaic thr thrarchaic Uwarcbak
archaic form In which tomt om oC th thdoctrines OM OMdoctrtnel ttodoctrines >
doctrines of the Presbyterian PrHbyterlaabaVI Cjwrch Cjwrchnave CleWrclthave
nave expression in the historic confes confesslon Hltr eostssion
slon of faith Th The proposal I II to sub subtltute IUbIUtUt mbutttute
tltute a brief creed for th the Westtnln Westtnlnter
atel ter form In lIIthll this matter th the church churches ¬
es f of Scotland and nd England I1II4 have paved pavedthe pavlllthe pavedthe
the way 1Ia The American theologian theologianoan tbeol thoioIaaoaafely
oan n safely lafel follow In their steps and aadperhaps andperhaps
perhaps Improve tb the code in variant variantways vartoveways arlotifft
ways waysWhat ft waysWhat
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What hlt th tits American Presbyterian or orthe orthe o othe
the advanced thinker of that body de demaud 4 4naaIk1 dimind
maud was well 11 sat t forth by b Dr II111I II111Iin lJlIlIn 11111khI
in hi recent Ptl t speech before the alumni alumniassociation alumatulIJrlatlon alumniaoctation
association of Union Theological Beml Bemli lemihary
i ary > on fl The Dtfflrultlo of Modem ModemPrcsckln ModenPreJIclWtlt Modersprocawo
Prcsckln and the New Problems of ofthe octhb i itilt
the Church to I Modern odern Society Ha Hamaintained HtUIIlntalned liemaIntained
maintained that mankind having a aceptxl e eceplolJ nocept4
ceptxl new method In transportation transportationIn
In tummeroe the new psychology and andthr lidtllft endthe
the new utronomy and the new peda pedagug peel1u pedaImy
gug 1u > at last t was going to consider th thformation tllformotlotl the theformotlon
formation of a new statement of theolo theology ¬
gy having vllI bought our spiritual I lrltu1 faiths faithsat
at great price h be said and proved provedthem provetltbem provedthem
them in this epoch of doubt and dis discussion dl diacisakot ¬
I IeDnloa
cussion believing In and loving Iovln the thtgreat tb tberet theieat
great ieat evsnfsHcal v principles aa we love lovelife loftlItt toYslift
life Itself lB Aai W believe elie II that there Is Islight IIlIbt islight
light yet yetO Vert forth from Clods Clodsword 004or4 GodSword
word or4 aOtWfc a the necessity of a new newcreed nwreed newcreed
creed we also arm that the hang rhangmakes ball ballm hangmakee
makes m for stability and andrather permanency permanencyrather PtMIIanfncyrather
rather than for looene of faith faithTke faitbTJIt faithThe
The al4sr s further pointed out that thatthe tbatthe thatthe
the real conflict is between betwe Calvins CatVIIl1conoelltt CatYinconoe CalvinsconotKton
conotKton conoe of God as a exercising Hut Hutsoverstga KiawiD i ijoYersa
soverstga will and Christs teaching of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Va tit HSJlMMd liood of Qed QedCgjto Gedi
Cgjto Carrf O to thooeWtwccn cbOOMe betwcen Cal Calvto Calvias
vto vias s oMsseMlon of God u in Unite wUt wUtsad U1 U1and
and CMMa a conception of God aa
rather F lid a d His government aa parent parental ¬
al sjkd Hi nature a as iov love w we > tbOOM tbOOMCr rhoosausr hooa hooaour
our Cr on OM master W Jesus Christ and we wemake wemet
make our appeal to th the h day when whenphllOfgHtsn wh whenPhll4lrfP3
phllOfgHtsn at t will M 1M that th the freedom freedomrt
rt TBMI it awl ft th the eovrr tov POvertigntv limty of Qod ar arrecoMfleC art arereensetlil
recoMfleC In Christs a revelation of Hi Rio
Father Fat WMM ham u a io loybote wos wosmettod toi toimethod
method metb I Is mercy and who whose bo botocnl botocnlrecovery bgr bgrrecovery II
recovery recoveryThis recoverTbll recoveryThi
This strike trlk at t the rout of ofthe most of ofthe otIhe
the errors of which modern moderntheorotical theology theologytheoretical tlatolGCJlheor
theoretical lheor < tlc I and practical l II tSVtre lWeie 1IIIItr 1IIIItrtre
Weie tre the duvtrlne of the F Paththoo thrl1lCi
f let et forUlffe forUI b1 Holy 1Iol Wilt un unthe unIh unI
I the Ih world WOuM b be dlffin JIITorlt JIITorltm lit litut
m 1 ut t It Is TVLV TLaw and fld tin tinrevolve thoj U Uo
oj o revolve revol arotUHl this central centralh
Ih h an nd d so dose true theology theologyt
t u I srutlfylnf ratttyln to notlo DOtIottbt that ad adei adellldJktra adet
ei ellldJktra iiiinker oomnuno 00 to rlnIZ rlnIZtrulh rsgnItruth
truth It proves pro that th the u h811 h811DY titlfly u uny
ny d t this thl Church hu tiS not been 11 11n n nIn
In n Through the revelation UOIUI glv given giventhk In Intbl > n nIK
tbl thk IK > th the almost forgotten doc docth lloethe doeI
I > th the fatherhood d of God was waaIn wun
In n iroight t to tight Mid though thoughhave Utolbm thovghmt4eenEers
m mt4eenEers lnrt have beta reviled driv driviiin drlvIan diivjtan
iiin yet the missile has been beenu
u I an aId a mad ma4IIMlt Itself felt la th the world worldit wC rl4 rl4It
it m rnl i it its way w not only 01 Into creeds creedsint creeIIIthe
int the inner eonsoloosm OO of olllln ollllnI men meni
I i wonun there tJa Is I bop bopsthat that llw llwituli new newi nowituIi
i ituli tin i life will come Into existence existencel
l n < 1 < ondlUon prevail on earth earthhumony eart eartr earthr
r III ii humony hll lilflOn moa with the tb relationship relationshipmn
mn t tn P man and to bis fcls God But will willit Winl1 willyb
l1 it u tIIITllam innlam > i coma out of th the dark darkan darkart
1 an art i profit by the light lbt t given to toorn toWjr toVJri
Wjr orn through Honnonstmr1 Mot enoir It Ubo ItI
I bo ester to tell tl alter the general generalhaa ral ral1bl
1bl has h finished It Its labor laborHI laboIRFSJIrll laborst
t IRFSJIrll Fll V1II HI HIM AN SAMIMJ SAMIMJHI SA Stl IIMt IIMtn l14Ile
HI HIt
t not n R P ample retiring retiringOrator NtJrlll1terntor retIringderatur
Orator of the Presbyterian General Generalmbiy l litmbiy
itmbiy Ifrn lY at It Louis Lou ftv YS a sample sampler pl plII
II oC r the kind of CbrlsUanlty that thatkit tbatkif thatlieu
kit in hi his Presbyterian bolo Ills Illsrk JIllukM liiirk
ukM rk about 0 Utah will b be found foG IB IBdipatdi ludlltRlch n ndietatdl
dipatdi from that point In our ovrphlc ouralJhlc ouraihic
phlc columns columnshave colllmhDe
V have not room to t reply I to his hisillitimi hlllilt hisIlitinil
illitimi lilt 1111 of spleen in this IRe and andhap andhajs 114 114hal8
hap it would b be walt of time timeid
id ip space c > to nellie Him him IIII further luC BufIt
It now no to say that every 1 remark remarkmade rrkmarle
made about Utah Ut which b he fur furbed Illrbtd furbed
> bed to tb the Associated Press Ir In ad aditcc aeJnctit adflee
flee nctit of the delivery etT of his discourse discoursea IllIoou IllIooua
a satHilc < slander and at141ln In MOB case Js Jsimtance J JJ IsInstance
J Instance of bearing false witness wllneualnit wUn wUnalnl witnessjeintt
jeintt alnit his hi ytah neighbor He prob probly prob4iy
4iy ly I knows no more about Ute th matter matterwhich mattertti matterwhich
tti which he discoursed so far farI M Mis asI
I is I rrintol r hIt1 to Utah U tk than the therage lb lblIrrare theWferare
lIrrare rage Presbyterian preacher knows knowsi knowfd knowsM3
M3 fd i that can be correctly ngured by b A Apher Rber aepher
epher pher ber This I Is the th most charitable charltablaw charitablelw
lw w to take of his hI diatribe diatribele diatribepeaks
le peaks of a hierarchy Ira by her that thatfiatan tbaL1lIltan that15atani
1lIltan fiatan masterpiece He does this tbkt thbtem
> t tem m too much honor Even Bv If his hismon hiemonllc hIslm0fhac
1 lm0fhac mon monllc lac majesty has ha had anything to towith towith towith
with It except fIght It through such suchtncles nebla suchencles
la tncles end a ae the Sample of Presbyterian Presbyteriann
f I n i now briefly noticed nothing that thatyet tllltt
C yet t appeared of his works of dart dartcan ttartrcan darkI
I can reach down deeper 11 11dlabolitm deeperI
I 0 c diabolism than that pan panhe rt rttb
a he tb creed r d subscribed to by b our WOVM WOVMcenior wlIInlor
I cenior nlor that pictures God th the star II III tar tarI
I I Father as creating Infants for f r the theI tli tlirpoe h hrpoa
I rpoe of dooming them to vrUt eveilutI vrUtdamnation 1triaJtJlimnaUon
I damnation In endless elldl flames II and andnioxt andt
t nioxt exquisite t torment If Satan Satanmy
a my masterpiece more deserving deservingtiu
C hal lltlnctlon than such an article articleriih artldo
o filth for or the tb pious history baa failed failedf IlledrIOrd
f rIOrd r rd it We W are sorry for lam 0amind lamn1 am am1ni
ind n1 more so for the ooswlav that thatud thatII
II ud to hi his sweat tone of CJart CJartU Chris Chrtsn
U n charity charitySTATUS hartt harttSTATUS
0 STATUS OV 0HI Tml iCllORO iCllOROh utnok
k ht h progress = made Uy b y the colorsd oo ooIn
0 In th the United States sine ths thsII tbliI1I thsc
iI1I c II War is best appreciated when whentented wheDi whenserted
i tented In the form of tatistlc siMlatleere tatistlcre
1 re are some u given I by Comptroller Comptrollertries COlDptr COlDptrt
t tries O Daw DaWN In I an addr address 4d be bee bett
tt e a club In tbicago reported by b tb tbnMHersld tllI the
I f nMHersld n < Herld of that city cityhe elt elth cityhe
he h colored race according to tall tblswt tbllIrl tallr
r wt furnish ornfUth of the number numberall
r1 all Proteatant denominations In this thismtry tiltIntry thisI
I Intry The cenius ceplU of UN 1 showed showedit ebo eboIt
I it t they had UT70 no churches elluro with a amlwrshtlp QmlMlIblp aI
I mlwrshtlp of about IT L00 M 0 Q souls soukhe IOU IOUlie soulslie
lie he educational status of onh th negro negrows nsreWs
ws > an equa equV equy y remarkable rsanSrkabier prograssC
1 n r 1 yars after the war MI 1 per lflIt lflItthoRe oentthoce nt ntthoe
thoe of the age of 10 years ta and andr d dr
r had learned t to read 4 and write In Intn InInntJav Intwntyftye
> tn InntJav ntyflve years after the war wardtbe wrdthe ware
e < tithe number nul who could read and andlie anelIte andlie
lie had Increased to n 4JI per cent centreport ente centreport
e report r Ort > of the United States com commoner romuloner COiniiionQT ¬
moner of education for ferIntal tO IM iNtOtal tstowa tstowatotal
total enrollment of 1IO74J colored coloredMren coloredliren IoreclIlrlren
Mren in th the public bile school In th thformer tbformer the then
n former slave 1 States Ita and 1Id the thett tb tbtlll thetIet
tt tlll let of Colombia Colombiah
lh h j aggregate wealth of the colored coloredillation coloredlulalloD coloredinolation
illation In the country aa asto reported reportedto IOI1e4 IOI1e4to
to Jan UM 1 amounted to tomil 14ISI 14ISIltsn 4at M D Dn
n mil o about S LSI0 t M colored man manre
re engaged In agriculture 17Irit 111 In Innufacturlng InIllurarturin Utx
x nufacturlng and ad 4 141717 In trade tradeII1IJIOrt and andniportatlon andnportatton
II1IJIOrt niportatlon niportatlonaU lion lionr
r aU od1I cli u thiS has been accomplished aocompUt4the
1u g the short period of Urns Mac aUIctiIfanpal1on tbs tbslam thean
iIfanpal1on lam an patton One eneratlon ts not notuih lOtuh aotuth
uih of 811 n allowance allowa for the UMrmalln Urans Uransiiuion tan1rrnt
iiuion rrnt Ion and Dd regeneration Uon of or s A Alullonllta IMia IMialutionlsts f0Slutoniiti
lutionlsts count on age fr rrII trery ewesyclD treryti
clD ti I tep of advance It is I perfectly perfectlyr
Ir > r that th the lessons Iol of cimtsatloti cimtsatlotin
n n1 < t lost on the U srtsfeit cMtifiM oIU Uz te of ofUntry otII ofWihi
Wihi II Untry Untryino un try tryn
ino n years ea ago it used to b boaaNrt boaaNrtthe Mssrt Mssrtt t tt
t th t the h negro 11 waN we Sn interior interiorC tofartorincapable i iCt
Ct C incapable of alcker khi eJvUssmUon eJvUssmUonth oI
I th hs < suppostttOH auPpollltlOaltU auPpollltlOaltUIf hat bs Stan otMltais otMltaist
t If > many tests CWMrm nt ntitS < ovtoNd ovtoNdnt
nt IIIII when sjlvs van s taj eWartunl eWartunlwith tlJIII tlJIIIlllh
with ith those tb of wilt siasjsa have kavstn Ieaetn
tn I fl attained IIUal W amsti uIk pTsaigAsj00 MI1tr1a ± as asi
a i nmpetlto < thajr have M eIred eIredrueb vlred vlredmuch tdre4Ir
much Ir uch knowledge 1UIo chews M Much Muchnii auchand veb vebI1I
nii I1I ho and ability The unity aalt of orl orlof orln on
n 1 of 0 the human bu race IIIdl l s Indicated a in ini InoC inresa
i < rea of a peofrif pegp tkat t has ha I within withinf whblnUta
L > f tlm rkNR trsM tNttt tir V vaffsry IT and andMuJ UHII andtude
MuJ I tude tudef tudeL
f L SIIOUld I II1 n TIllj TII I WA WApeaoa wtn wtnFh n nTh
Th peaoa peaceWita pea Bomnlsjitairs un new In this thisy thisultry
U ultry I try y on behalf f of the South African Africanpubiic Afrlca1lllIbllrt African1ubitrs
pubiic deny th 1M rumor that they theyadvised titerI theyndvlssd
I < advised their compatriots to lay layu la laIn lay1twn
1twn u In n their MM Still so 0 far aa sin oanu oenJIIJre4
r JIIJre4 u Jged tiua appearancet this would wosddgood oa1dlod wouldguod
good lodijlh adttoa adttoaTransvaal et5iosTranawsal
ijlh Transvaal T Boers counted tOu at the theoa tbe1lIt thetwt
twt oa a general NI rising throughout throughouti
i 10 > COItal CoIt and Ifatal h but t although althoughflnt altb uh uhe
1lIt e flnt part t of the war was a aerlM It of ofSM ofe ofssos
e SM io their arm the gnieral gnieraldid groeralPing
Ping did not take place Reveries fol foli 101we4
Yo we4 ed i in rapid succession successloaTh
t > Th 11111 n they continued the war la I the theope tbeJt thep
Jt p ope pe that Xuropean Intervention latel would wouldrn wouldtlM
rn th tIes tide But although It thor la lauch IIu Istuvh
uch u < h sympathy l III Europe for th Boer Boeruse Boertllat Doerue
use that la among nations II OIII Jetton of oflands olIa ofnglands
lands Ia I power there th h M ttspoaV ttspoaVto dis dis9ost
9ost to star th tile advance of the tavad tavadarmy he heN 4 4son
army aXrvs N an M 80I befit be bejit hecomtet1
I tJuait1 jit d upon Wolf ean tko United
itati tlt li ftp ccptti 111 itiil to Hbandon KK KKpulley ItMIHlt liepuii
pulley IHlt > nf r in 11ulllllllr titinlltv Ut raUt In A 1 qikiri IlilIrt1 Ahcu Ahcuno hnn hreno
no n Amiili in IntelM nr Intolxcj IntolxcjThe Inlol InvoivIThe > J JTh
The Urltl lJlltbh h hate ha nuw nv mond Trans Transvaal Transvast ¬
vast 1 territory Their army cannot be beturned beturned beturned
turned back by b any force the Ih Doer Doermil Dotllun
mil un rally rail ThI nina to I l ily > iililuti iililutily
ly I Hu other ratlnnil ratlIwllourlill ours i to tuk t ak < no nothan now nlOWthan nowthan
than to end the th carriage and eta ut > fur furPIICO furIfaCp forpace
pace on the belt term t rm obtainable If Ifthe Itthl Ifthe
the struggle I is prolonged th the terms termsmust ttrmnll1t termsmust
must necoaaarlly n llrll become more severe aeverRut severeBut vere vereut
Rut ut If It Ill is I perfectly clear that th the ob object object objeet ¬
ject for which the th war vim IK lomm lom linlM omnintedby linlMby nPed nPedby
by the Boers c ennnJI nun MI l bo > attained by bycontinuing byOatlnlllq bycontinuIng
continuing the war It wuuld seem seemOminai em emCriminal emct1fmln1
Criminal to do no CJ for no purpose purposeWhatever purpoiewhatever urpolewbatr
Whatever The Boers have fought lung lungenough lull lulltDouab lungenough
enough to prove rove their courage courl and andpatriotism lidpatrioUlm andpatriotism
patriotism they can now lay la darn darntheir dGllntbelr dnrntheir
their arms with lth honor The distin distinguished dtUnIUbhtd dednIndihed ¬
guished Traimvani visitors to this coun country eo enuntry n ntIT ¬
try may ma not have Advised l the republics republicsto
to sue ue for peace but It now looks as asIf uIt a aII
If they tbe might profitably do to toWhy Oo sowhy
Why 11 should a struggle go on onthat oatbat onthat
that ultimately tlbltel must end In suing suingfor IUlatIfor suIngfor
for pesos on any 1 tormsT Were IN th thburghers the theburghers i iIp
burghers Ip now earnestly looking loolri for forPeace lorpeace forpeace
Peace probably Jlrobab the good offlce of some somefriendly bluefriendly I
friendly governments would be exer exercised eKlrclwcl exerdeed ¬
deed in their behalf In one of the themany theman themany
many man walltJaowa Wa Ways known to diplomacy diplomacyIlTlV dlplomaorTUI dipiomasyTitlil
TUI IlTlV KAMI SMITH SMITHA ili1Tlf ili1TlfA
A correspondent of the Xews Air AirJohn Ir IrJohn r rJohn
John Thurgelraon notes not an n article rtlcl In Inthese IntbNe inthese
these columns a few days ago 0 under underthe UIIdertbe underth
the th above bo caution and ad adds that tbathl tbathltlllda h hfinds he heanda
finds the name In some of the most mostancient JiIOItnclent mostancient
ancient poems > extant In th the Icelandic Icelandicwhich Ictlan41cwblea IolndIcwhith
which is I the mother tongue of tbe theScandinavian tbebJl4lIaYlaJi tbecandlnsvIan
Scandinavian dialects and nd Is closejy closejyrelated dONIYreltd cloeyrelated
related to Gothic and other Germanic Germaniclanguages armanlcla Germaniclanguages
languages la pqea It lie say 1 Its original mean meanIng mean111I meanlag
lag mm me to U creator wise and andmighty andmlghtT andmIghty
mighty II lie conclude as follow followI
I do not positively remember but I Ithink Iablate Ithink
think that the name of on of th the god godwas 1041w godswas
was w Bmlthrir What U It or was th throotworti till tillrootwmJ therootwerd
rootworti of this appellative I do not notknow notbow notknow
know yet t drawing a conclusion from fromseveral fromseveral
several 1 appellatives which undoubted undoubtedly uDdolllt uDdollltIf ¬
ly are a tram roll the same me root It conveys conveysthe coaI coaIthe
the meaning III of one being beln endowed ow with withdivine wIthdlYIM withdivine
divine authority or power powerA
A hint t at California greatness tII as a afruit afnalt sfruit
fruit ratter may b be found In th the Met faotthat tietUlat Metthat
that th the be crop of o prunes this year r is eX eX1ItCtd apeeled x xto
peeled to reach 1 1800 12I 000900 pound poundIt tOt poundsIt nclL nclLIt
It was announced In the British house houseof
of commons today that Mafeklng had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been relieved The war olflce olll had no noconfirmation nocoMDatlo nOconOrmtkm
confirmation of the report but Its I ac accuracy ascuracy 0 0caracT ¬
curacy appear probable probableThe probblTIle probabiThe
The Increased traffic to Alaakan Alaakanpoints A1ukanpoInti Maakaupeinti
points I II revealing how little Is known knownof
of the lb coast so that a survey IUM expedi expedition opedltlon expedition ¬
tion by b the tll government become neces necessary neeelIJT needsary ¬
sary In th tM Interest of safety for marl marlThe lnarlTh marlThe
The slump In Iron prices was claimed claimedto Imed Imedto
to b be destined for brief temporary temporaryduration tllDPOrarydllratloft temporaryduration
duration but ut It now no bid fair to ex exhibit exblblt cxhibit ¬
hibit considerable permanence If Itcited in indeed ittdeed ¬
deed It I II not carried still further fortMfdownward furtherdowaward furUittidownward
downward downwardTh
Th predictions of approaching approachingtrvubJ approachingtruubls pproachl pproachlmllb
trvubJ la ghlna bhia com eo With neck ch ch1IICt pr prilsteace prsistine
sistine and from such Influential Influentialaouraes In lntluet lntluetsources ttt ttt1ftrCI
sources that t t these t et may ma be lo lookidto looked m mto ctiI ctiIto
to mall an a effort elf rt to fulfill their own ownprophecies OWJIprophecl ownprophecies
prophecies and commence oomm to sUe up uptk upth UPthe
tk th Mongolian domain dounsipo t tSo
So o M Mm Nevada list h a ftnffly fq fqmanc tmane t tmanes
mane and It venlar tnl mt a awh sbHr sbHrwhom tit titwbom
whom wh m ah she be had not fiot IMP for 6wnty 6wntyslghjt Owsnteigkt t tela1lt
slghjt year The Incident Is I lntrttifif lntrttififto l Intsrasti Intsrastito
to many iliAD Salt Lakers lAke who hav a cot cordial oordl1 cotdial
dial friendship for the n distinguished illttlngulshedNevada tUltlnJUllbtdNeva4a distinguishedNevada
Nevada songstress songstressTh IOII t tThe
The United States lta baa a big army armyIn rmrtile
In th tile Philippines and bringing brlnll the thevolunteer thevoltantll thevolunteer
volunteer portion of it It tt000 000 home 110meb homeby homeby
by b July Jtd 1 of next xt year as the law pro provides provides ¬
vides Is 1 going 101 goln to 0 W b anything but buttal an aneasy anfti
easy tal fti task in view of the tb unsettled unavttledstate uII8Wttle4late unsettledstate
state of affairs II hi the LI archipelago archipelagoIt
It Is said 14 the KesstAh erase te teagain 15Ia LxagaIn
again Ia stirring up a the Indians on Tongue Tonguriver roll rollriver Tongueriver
river Montana MOIl Those white people peoplewho peoplevito
who fear trouble have more reason to todread to4rea4 todread
dread white mans aggression lon1 lon1cau as a acans pcause
cans of an Indian uprising than any anybelieve anybelles ny nya
believe In a coining Messiah that thatMay tllat1m
May 17 tmpTtss 1m th t thlndisn Indian mind mindThat mllidnit mindThet
That Is I a atrange Itra story of from Chi Chicago ChIea ChIougs ¬
cago ea about an iron worker from Colo Colorado Colotal Cobredo ¬
redo falling tal from a scaffold and being beingknted belnlU beingkilled
killed Just as I a lawyer came to tell tellhim tellIt telihim
him It that he had become heir to a 1100 1100OMforttuu 100 100fortoat 100as
OMforttuu as fortoat Th accidental Wiling llla may mayb mylie maybe
b lie a fact but ut the tll other part of the thereport thereport thareport
report need conftrroatlon conftrroatlonThe
The Chinese minister to this country countrysay eountfMYI countrygays
say that Americans Amerl IUI do not give lYe to wo women womea wemen ¬
men In th the professions the good ood treat treatment treatmont ¬
ment the fair sex I receive In China ChinaPerhaps Chi ChirmaPi ChinaPerhaps
Perhaps so It would not do for on oncountry oat oatcouJatrr onecountry
country to monopolise all 11 the good goodtraits Ioodt1aI goodtraitS
traits t1aI I although the Americana Amrle might mighttake mllkttake mighttake
take pointers point nteri from the Chinese CbID some 10mtIIuI sometUnes ometime
time IB courtesy courtesyTb
Tb American are re learning consider considerably cOllliderw considerOtT ¬
ably w more of Filipino treachery lately latelythan latel lateltun latelythan
than they inspected a year ear1O ago Un Until UIItII UnUI ¬
til the Ut Filipino learn t Is b be more trust trustworthy traitworth trustworthy ¬
worthy worth It would b be a blot on humanity humanityto hUlallltto
to leave them to themaelv In govern governmental IOvemmeatal governmental ¬
mental matter The United State tat tates hai haia
a serious responsibility 1t1 tn D coHnoctlon coHnoctlontherewith eotlDletloaIhltll cofln ctlon ctlontherewith
therewith and Jld the only oal honorable way wayla a aII
la 5 to go right ahead and make th the beat beatof beetof bestof
of It with the assurance urnee that that will willcom willCO willcent
com CO lt pretty near the be right rightTim rightriiu t tTIIU
Tim uuniN iiiucTinx iiiucTinxMew 1IIIILCaTIONIW
Mew York Post PostThe Poetn VoltTb
The administration dlllllItll tloll of the post JICJIlomc JICJIlomcIn office officeIn o1flcin
In Cuba clearly eleart requires Investigation Investigationby I
by b Congress Coa Under th the military militaryregime mlllt mllltreme mIlitaryrgtme
regime reme the war department and the thePresident tlaePresidnt thePresident
President of th the United States Stat ran In do dovery elonrl dovery
very much as they tilt please pi Inter armu armusilent arrnalIet armasilent
silent leges I But th the posts depart department dpartmlfllt departmeat ¬
meat of the United Status government governmentIs
Is I not competent legally and It seems seemsdoubtful II IIdoubtful eeupdoubtful
doubtful It It is practically to admfrK admfrKlater edmiditet 4mlliter
later the postal poet service of a country countrywhich Iuntrblcl1 countrywhich <
which la outside of our Union This Thisservice Thillllervlce Thisservice
service under the present condition conditionshould conditionIIhould conditinneshould
should be wholly under th the control of ofthe o oIbe ofthe
the military mlllt government of Cuba CubaSpringfield CUbaIprlllifteld Cubaprlngfleld
Springfield Republican RepublicanA
A group of political adventurer adventurerseems advnturrtCJ adventurrsIms
seems to lIe been In I control of thr thrpoatofflee th thpoetotllee thpostoigee
poatofflee department at Cuba Ne Nethe N Neeley Neeleythe > e etile >
the embessler has now been tmivj tmivjback tCIdto ttacJback
back to Assistant PostsiMter er OennulPsrry Oennul OeDtrlllP flenerulParry
Parry P Heath who wIaaat wliosslae In sense of the theproprieties lheproprletlll theproprietie
proprieties may m be Inferred In from fro th thnotorious tbaotorl ha hanotorious
notorious aotorl uI fact that while hnuiing hniollnrlallb a ahigh ahigh
high administrative office of th nov novmunent revftnment ov ovmenl
munent menl h n continues < A to a aD at a III irilr irilrman hllrman tiirman
man of the 1h literary liters bureau f th thpublican tim I IIubllcan It Itlublican <
publican national l commute cornrntttewilt X > th ne newtll
wilt satisfy fJ a patriot lul1et t bu l l A pteee noe said
I
in Ihe 1 writer r of if th thc 1iinl i rikP > I i Mtern and andMr nndtr
Mr tr Jfeoth fairly anA nn rt 1 tliot Oeacrlp Oeacrlpttn JscripBoston
ttn
Boston Truimili TranweollitThe IrunIIIJTbe > t tThe
The Nceley Neele episode I is t tIne that most mostnot mlltnut mostnot
not be covered up It must be probed probedthoiouKtii probedthlUiChl probedI
thoiouKtii I m > innt I t there th the prob probnmy pro proIIIIIY probe probebay
nmy read it siunM c tech nrh ua that thatdvll a aUvii advii
Uvii service rvicf in unMt I wh ht h th the politically politicallyHppolnlrd polltleIIJ11110111I1 politlcsllyalpOItttd
Hppolnlrd 1 official iititthk the gradu graduates graduatea ¬
ates of the merit s eytetn > xtem I ii one Cln that thatmust tbltIOIIt thatmust
must go 0 if WP v are to govern colonies coloniesaueceaalully coIolIllu cton1aulceesfully
aueceaalully lu either for their own pro people ptopie propie ¬
pie or ourselves We W already owe owereparation ow owreparatlOD owerepsoltion
reparation to the Cubans for this at atffttr affiliI atMir
Mir as a well as money That rpara rparatl rparalion viperstlofl
tl lion n should be paid in lncread lc M4 vlgl vlgllanie vigilam lei leiIanNI
lanie lam for the Cuban that they th may maylearn ml mllearn
learn that Superintendent Pry with withhi wltbbl withi
hi labor for their schools and not notNeeley DOtNle notNeeley
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Th The amoufit am t of money which Wesley NeeleyIn Heel Heeltbe Wesleythe
In the treasurer I of th the Cuban postal sr srvie sirvice
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known > This however I II not the Im Important 1mPGtta6t ionpottat ¬
portant aspect t of the case 01 It 1 II th thflnt the thefI thesmi
flnt fI end 4 etperlence of the country with withth withUt withthe
th the predatory politician po In our oolonl oolonlDenver oolonlDenver coloniesDenver
Denver Post PostThe PottTII PostThe
The eruption In official circles caused causedby
by b the Cuban post potuftce office scandal Is not notwithout lIotWlthollt notwithout
without It Its ludicrous aide The war wardepartment WIde wardepartment
department de rtmt although in full charge of ofCuban ofCubu ofCuban
Cuban go Wnrorntal aftatrshas ftalr washed waahedIts
Its It I hands of the th scandal and neS disclaim disclaimany disclaimsspy
any a connection with postal affairs ftalr At Atthe AtUw Atthu
the same m time It ha baa caused the arrest arrestof Irreltof
of th the person charged chargedwith with th the defalca defalcation defalcadoll detalcation ¬
tion th the amount of which has h not been beendefinitely bleDdflllnel beenddnftely
definitely ascertained l It may ma be MOO 100
000 and It max be tour time that thatamount thatamollnt thatamount
amount Rathbone the director of ofCuban ufCUball ofCuban
Cuban postal affairs about a year ago agoIntroduced AlOIntroduced agoltroduced
Introduced a aerie of new postoffloe postoffloestamps poetomceItampe poitomeestampa
stamps tu I Cuba Cu a At the time there therewere therewert therewere
were pver pv W000 000 worth of th the old olderic oldIIrlt1 oldseries
series eric on hand He charged Neeley Neeleythe
the treasurer of the postal funds with withthe wIthtbe withthe
the destruction dlruclon of the old stamp tll Th Thnew Tbtnew Thenew
new it tam tampe imp wire Introduced IntrouO In July Julyand Julyan4 Julyand
and from Uw U day of their Introduction Introductionthere IDtrouctoD IDtrouctoDtlre
there tlre was u a marked c decrease deer in th threceipt the tbeIlpt thereceipts
receipt Ilpt from fr th the sal I of stamp stampamounting stampsamounting emp
amounting amolnlD monthly mtbl to 11200 IL 2 and d more moreIt moreIt moreIt
It seemed strange tra l but no on O one could couldsurmise oull oullnunt couldsurmise
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surmise nunt why th tM Cubans ub were Wt writing writingfewer writingtewt rlUn rlUnIw
fewer Iw letters Jtt
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It I I is Inevitable Ineviabl perhaps prbap that there the be besome b besome
some 1 instances Inltha of dishonest dlhollt manage management manemnt management ¬ I Ihom
ment In I Island Ic territory teritory as a well wel a al at athome athome 1
home but blt every ry n case ea of or o th the kind dIe discredit dl dlclt dIecredits ¬
credit clt the II nation so 1 very VI much In the tneeye tll theeyes
eye I of th the Inhabitants Ibbltatl that the great greatest aet aetNt greatsat
est precaution prution should lould b he taken to avoid avoidscandal avoidscandal old oldIlIdl
scandal IlIdl Honest and efficient manage management mne mnemnt management ¬
ment Is I moat mot likely lkly to result from trm the theestablishment tbetbllmnt theestablishment
establishment tbllmnt of strict civil civi service Nnlc reg regulations re reulUonl regulation ¬
ulations Spoils Spi appointees appolnte are th thmors the tbtmol themore
more mol prone to regard r rd their position pltlolI aa aaopportunities uopportunlU asopportunlioes
opportunities tor exploitation exploitationBaltimore txploltton txplolttonBltore exploitationBaltimore
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A great t deal 4a has been ben written about aboutthe aboutthe bt bttbe
the looting lotq propensities prlllle of Spanish lpal of offlc oflcboldre offleeholders
flc lcboldre fleeholders holdr In Cuba Cub and nd th the genius geniuswhich IlluI IlluIwhich geniuswhich
which they tbe displayed dplyed In getting ltq their thetrfingers thtr thtrtln theirlIngers
fingers tln into th Ue the Island cash bo bol boz Th ThSpaniard T Thepaniard
Spaniard 8palar may I be b a gifted fed thief In of office offce offlce ¬
fice fce but h bt Is not able to teach tael th thAmerican t the theAmerican
American Amrten carpetbagger crpetbaler anything anythingabout ay anythingabout tbln tblnbout
about th t the nice nl point plnt of the game m An AnInstructor A Aninstructor
Instructor lurcor In honest government lvelJat who whocan wboe whocan
can e pocket ptt 176000 170 of other peoples peoplesmoney Ppll peoplVsmoney
money moey In lea Ie than thn n I year I an artist nrtlatIn artlt artltoell
In official oell larceny who ha h has little lite to learn learnfrom learnf learnfront
from f th tl the most mOt accomplished accomplhed rogue JU un under unde undir ¬
dir de the ti Spanish Ilulh regime In Cuba CubaRECENT Cub CubRECENT CubaRECENT
RECENT PUBLICATIONS PUBLICATIONSThe PUBLCATIONS PUBLCATIONSTe
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through the lines IIn of counties slain that thatadorn thatadorn thatadorn
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