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The Ghtiicne Situation SituationShanghai SltuntlonShanghai
Shanghai rumors and androports reports which have havereceived havereceheJ havereceived
received but little credence until u tIl now have havebeen haveboon
been found to be based upon good Informa Information Information ¬
tion in s several veral instances and so are com coming comJng cornleg ¬
leg to he be believed more generally One Onelate Onalate
late story Is 1 to the effect that at Pokln a alegation alegation
legation has been burned and a minister ministermurdered ministermurdered ministermur4ered
murdered As another native rumor has hasIt hasit
It that the Japanese Legation has been beendestroyed beend
destroyed d roed it ILlS is reasonable onable to presume that thatboth thatboth
both have the same foundation The truth truthcannot truthcannot
cannot be learned until the telegraph line linethrough tinethrough
through Manchuria Is restored or the in international International ¬
ternational relief column reaches the cpI capital cpItat pl pltal ¬
tal and a I1 reopens communication with withTientsin withTientsin withTieatsin
Tientsin TientsinA
A perhaps not unnatural suspicion ob obtains obtains ¬
tains In England that the Russian author authorities authorities ¬
ities itie may may have cut their telegraph for pur purposes IurPQ3es ¬
poses of < their own If we e could accept acceptBiich 1ccopts acceptsuch
Biich s such ch a al thing as probable probable robable the inference inferencewould inferencewould
would be that it was done to cover the themovement themovomento themovomentof
movement movomentof of troops from the north The Theintroduction TheIntroduction
TheC
introduction of a large force of o Russians Russiansinto Russiansinto C
into Pekin in advance of the arrival of oftroops oftroops ci I
troops from other nations might threaten threatenthe threatenthe 1
the international situation but would be bewelcomed bewelcomed b I
welcomed by tho friends of o Americans Americanswho Americanswho C
who are shut up In that city and nd ex exposed exposed cxposed ¬
posed to the danger of massacre 1na sacre Indeed IndeedIn IndeodIn
In the present circumstances there is se serious serious sorious ¬
rious ground for fearing that even the theRuselaas thoRu
Ruselaas Ru laD6 may be too late As for the themixed themixed C
mixed force under Vice Ice Admiral Seymour Seymourit
it Is I not ot now believed that It can reach reachIts reachIts rend rendits I
Its objective b before fora Sunday and may ma be bedetained bedetaiaed b bdetained
detained lODger ia view of o the aecessity aecessityfor eeessityJ
J for large arge reeaforcements It is I reported reportedthat 1
that thirty thlrt tkattsaad tk usalMl Chlaese troops are an 1remaed C
roa maed cd i1 at P Pekln kin to oppose op the entry of ofthe e ethe r
the International columns Une Uniees a strong strongRussian strongRUli8llift I IRussian
Russian force well equipped with artil artillery artlilery
lery is able to o reach the place within a atew 1 1few
few d days aye ya the ability of Admiral Sey Seymours Seymours Saymours ¬
mours small command to force an entry entryIs entryIs entr r ris
Is open to ooesideraUle doubt doubtA doubtA
A powerful p werful and persistent pressure is isbeing Isbeing I S Sbeing
being brought to bear upon Air Ir McKinley McKinleyto MeKinle y
yLi
to induce him to send an expedition from fromthe fromthe frocthe Li
the Philippines to aid in succoring su ring Ameri Americans Americans Amen ¬
cans in China As yet our representation representationthere representationthere repnesentatloithere a
there on land has been ridiculously small smallcompared smallcompared 1 1compared
compared with our position and interests interestsas S Sas
as a firstclass power But the Administra Administration Administration Admlnlstration ¬
tion has so far been either afraid or una unable unable unable ¬
ble to act with vigor Considering that thatthe thatthe tha t
the President is known to be anxious to toconciliate toconciliate t 0
conciliate the large element of American Americancitizenship AmericanclUensblp a
citizenship Interested In the Chinese mis missionaries mlsslouries mi mistocanies i ¬
sionaries and missions it is probable that thathe thathe tha A Ahe
he would do what he could to meet its itsviews itsIews It a aviews
views Iews He may be afraid of the political politicaleffect politicalclIect poitIc ii iieffect
effect of any armed movement of Impor Importance Importance ¬
tance In China or the conditions in the thePhilippines thePhllipplnes th thPhilippines e
Philippines may be worse than it would be bewell bewell b e
well to let the public know In any anyevent anyevent an anevent IT eIT
event he heappears appears to be halting between betweentwo a atwo
two opinions as usual If the United States StatesMinister StatesUclster a aMinister
Minister and his family and suite and all allthe aUthe a fi fithe
the American missionaries should happen happento n nto
to be butchered it is jwsslbie ros lb e that his hisFabiau hisl1JoiRu hi hiFablaa
Fabiau l1JoiRu policy might be severely criticized criticizedWar criticizedWar
War Department officials have expressed expressedthe exprssdthe express el
the belief that General MacArthur coud coudspare coudspare cou couspare d
spare five thousand troops for foreign ser service serlee serviee ¬
vice lee If this thisb be > a fact no time should te telost 10Jost t 0 0lost
lost in getting them started It Isto Is to be bepresumed bepresumed b e eI
presumed that the question of their trans transportation transportnUon I ¬
portation Is a serious oae When hen war warbroke warbroke we webroke r
broke out between England E gland and the colo colonies coo coonl ¬
nice nl la 1776 the English EnglIshGovernment Government was wasgreatly wasgreatly we 5
greatly hampered in seodlag troops to toAmerica toAmerica 0
America by the fact that the transports transportswere traD trauapo1were pot8 pot8were 5
were being used as cargo vessels Y0S6 1s by va various v 3 3rloU8 I Inious ¬
rious officers in control of o them for their theirown theirown thel in inown
own benefit We 60 cic not know that any anytrouble a au autrouble 1 1trouble
trouble of the same me kind would bo expc expcrIeMed I Irieneed
rienced at Manila but it is always bard bardto hardto bin d dto
to SOY what may or may not occur under undera unde r ra
a carpetbag g regime regimeThe regimerhc regimerue
The Dirt on the Hut HutA lIutA lintA
A bird census has been in progress progr1 dur during durIng dinleg ¬
ing the last few months and It Is said that thatIn thatfn th t tIn
In the last fifteen years ears bird life in the theUnited thoUnited th 0 0United
United States has decreased no ICES than thanfortysix thanCortyslx tha a afortysir
fortysix per cent The Lacey Lace Bird bC bCwhich bCvhlch bE bEwhich
which has passed the lower house of Con Congress Con Congress Cotgross ¬
gress and is now before the Senate em empowers empoers en 1 1powers ¬
powers the Secretary ot o Agriculture to totake totake I 10 10take
take such action as may be necessary for forthe torthe fi r rthe
the preservation of useful birds It pro provides proides pr prvides ¬
vides ides for the purchase of game and birds birdsfor birdsror bIr bIrfor
for restocking and forbids the importation importationof Ca Caof
of o certain obnoxious varieties of birds It Italso Italso Italso
also provides that the shipments of the thedead thedead tl 1 1dead
dead bodies bodies of birds or parts of birds birds to toany toanY I 0
any State shall bo governed by the laws of ofthat orthat ofthat
that State and this provision is expected expectedto expecte 4 4to
to do away with the wholesale market marketkilling marketUllsg mark et etkilling
killing Ullsg of birds for shipment to other otherStates otherStates othi en enStates
States Mr W T Hornaday Hornada of o the New NewYork NewYork Xe w wYork
York Zoological Park says of tho destruc destruction d struc C Ction ¬
tion of our bird population populationMany popwllUonlIIny populationMiv
Many lIIny milliners and dealers in plumes and a ad
fMUws protest that Uwy do not make use at etlng so > nff
binfc bink bir e but there is plenty of evidence to contro controvert coDtnroert conte Si Siert ¬
vert ert this statement About a month ag ago I was w
informed by Mr Ir VHlwm Palmer chief cJ el taxider taxidernbt lathS in inmeet
meet of r the t United States National MuMum MuseumS UEeUm that thattbe thatthe tS at
the country storekeepers of southern Maryland Marylandwere Marylandere MaF71a MaF71aiere
were ere then exchanging exeb3l11 nl large quantities of powder powderand powcRrnnd pow powand
and shot and other good goeM for dead de d birds birdsof of all
Mn4 kl at a valuation of from fire fiT to eight ei ht tnU tnUeach ttnbaeb see seetech
each Thooe birds were Wfr cre net used toe food and andmust andtnu6t a amust
must have been used Ly b some eme one far millinery rniiline ny
purposes It M k my belief that their pinnule was 53 53elyed >
dyed and used in making Dakln up those phenomenal phenomenalatrocities phellomenalatrocities phenoinesatrocities
atrocities ana a Da horrible brr bl abnormalities commonly cemmonyBeen commas commasseen commonlyce
ce Been n on the hats of women who ouht to hare bet better better hi t tten ¬
ter taste than to wear Nr them The T real rllttude attitude of if
the te dealer dleri is seen s by the th fight fght that tht they thy recently recentlymade reluly relulyme receni 1 1made
made me against an th tl the bill bl passed pa by be the New XN York Yorl Ye tic
Legislature glt prohibiting prlbitr the tll use u of birds bir for fr com commercial c ca a amcmlii ¬
mercial merlil purposes pre When Whn they fouml foaD it imposil pie > > e
to t defeat dtft the bill bi they tl tlie made a a strong ftrog fight fht for the theprivilege he heprivIlege
privilege Irire of killing kUlw gulls gl1 and tern tml but this thL ata atawas aJ at o owas >
was u denied dl them themWhile thtm thcmWhile
While Ue this eur scourge of bird destruction detcon is preva prevalent pry r 55 55lent ¬
lent In all al parts pr of the country cut the recent recnt remits rem us usSbwa i
6hra sbwa that tha it is more mre general in same sections sectionstlian seette as i
than tln in others othe Of O the thirtyseven thirscnStc States from fromwhich lr ire en enwhich
which reports rlt have he been be filed file a marked mrkt decrease decreaseamounting deei deeinmnt decree L Lnmoeznten
amounting nmnt nmoeznten to an average aTe of fortysix fortysx per pt cent lot lotthe f fte I Io Iothe
the te last tUteen tt < n years Ter is I shown bwD At this tbi rate rte un s in ¬
less Ju le protective prtecthe laws lw laws arc ac pissed pue pesa ed tbe most mo attrac attn C ¬
Uve specie CI of our bird bird trill l be practically prUaU ex extinct e a atinet ¬
tinct tct tury turyTha tr trThe by b the end of the te first 1t quarter qare of the te cen cn ce a ¬
The fact fat Is I of of course cuse thit Ur tb tho a 4ani od bird hi rd
on o n the hat is an abomination nbomlnaton but bu it I will willbo wl
bo b e hard to convince the average woman on onthat onthat onat
bth
that th at point pint or for that matter mater the aver average ¬
age a aci ge man Men t n as well wel as birds bird are affect afect afected
cd ci i by the tlo prevalence prevlence of this senseless senseles and andInarlsUc
inartistic InarlsUc in artistic fashion fashioJ for much of the farmers farers farersIJuck
illluck IJuck il lluck Is I due cue to the destruction destrcton of the thesong
sw song s ong birds and other feathered featered police polce polcewhich
which w hich were formerly forerly wont to eat up grubs grbs grbsmeso
files meso fl ies and worms It I is time tme that Intel Intel intolil
gent g ent people In civilized civized countries should showdunderstnd
understand understnd u that the balance of power pwer In Intho intho
tho th o economy of natur cannot be disturbed disturbedwith disturbedwith
with w ith Impunity Things Ting were so arranged arrangedin arrangedthe
in the plan of creation creAton that thntnoxlous noxious In Insects Inets ¬
sects s ets ects and worms and animals can cn gen generally ceneralyspeaking ¬
erally eralyspeaking e speaking be held in abeyance by byothor byothor
othor o ther species speces of animal life lfe and if i mau at attempts attemts ¬
tempts temts te mpts to meddle ignorantly Isomnty and unskill uDkl
fully fuly f on a large scale with this thl nicely bal balanced halnced
anced a nced j plan > lan Jn he has ha to suffer the cons consquences conse consequences conSeuences
quences quencesThose quencesThose q uences uencesThose
Those who are convinced cnnced that the whole wholesale wholesale wholeale ¬
sale s sw ale slaughter of birds is an evil ovl will wi do dowell dowel doell
well wel w ell to work aBalr agllr i it jts as aggressively as aspossible asJslble
possible Jslble po ssible If I every Vc man who ho holds lo1ds these theseconvictons
convictions convictons c would ould refuse to pay for any anyhat nnyhat anyat
hat h at selected aelccte fcy Iy his wife wie or daughter which whichwas hlch hlchwas
was w as trimmed with feathers tather or dead birds birdsand birdsand
and a nd If I ho would moreover express ereE his dls dlsapproal
approval a ap of the fashion from an artistic artstc artstcpoInt
point p oInt of o view It might do some smo good gool but butIt butIt
It i t is to be doubted whether hether the average averageman nerageman
man m an Is bold enough to do such a hazard bazardous
ous o us thing The fact fac remains that a stuffed stuffedbird sturredbird
bird b ird posed pse In an unnatural and apparently apparentlypainful apprenty apprentypint
painful pint J position positon in the the midst of silk sik and andlaco andlaco
laco l aco and straw on a womans wOIns head is a ahideus
hideous hideus h object and to an unprejudiced unprejudice eye eyecauses eyecaus
causes caus the woman woan to t resemble a a Hotten Hottentot
tot t ot or Polynesian > olyncla dame decked decke out in bar barboric barbic
boric bic b oric trophies of the chase When there thereare thereare
are a re so s many may really realy artistic artstc and beautiful beautifuldecorations beautful beautfuldecoration
decorations decoration d In the way of silk sik and velvet velvetfabrics vohetfabric
fabrics fabric f artificial artifcial flowers owe and laces lce with withwhich wih wihwhich
which w hich woman woman 6 head may be b adorned adored It Itreally I
really relY r seems peculiar pecular that she should pro profer prefer
fer f or the lifeless leless body by of o a blackbird bum hummingbird
mingbird oriole or the feathers feath rs torn from fromthe tromte
the te breast of an egret ege but it seems seem that thatshe thatshe
she s he does Perhaps Pehaps some day we shall shal be bea bea
a really realy civilized civized people and then these thesethings thesething
things thing t will wi be b discarded dIscade just jut as the civ civillzed cl clUzd
Uzd i illzed Indian declines declnes to wear wea his great greatgrandfathers geat geatrndrathers
grandfathers rndrathers ndfathors necklace nece made of human fin finDcmocrncjM fn fngers
gers g ene
DcmocrncjM nmoernCK Foul OlnRrnce OlnRrnceIt narnCe narnCeIt
It would appear that Governor Lon Ln V VStephens
Stephens personally pronaly conducted police policeboard ptce
board bard In St St Louis Luis has ha not yet advised advisedHfs adise advisedHis
I HIs Excellency Ecelency that there Is any trouble troubleor
or disorder in that city ciy as we do not notlearn notler
learn ler l earn that a call cl for fo troops lop has ha been beenissued ben benIsued
issued Isued l As a matter mater of unofficial unoWcal knowl knowledge knowlcdge ¬
edge he knows know of course cure that tat citizens ctln are arebeing arebeing
being assassinated aseaslnated and that on yesterday yesterdayanother yeteray yeterayanothor
I another respectable rospeble woman wom wts w I es with withgroat wit
groat got difficulty dlfeul rescued re ue from a howllag howllagmob howl1 howlia
II mob which was engaged engagd In the te pleasant pleasantand pleat
and an seasonable sesnable pastime pstme of o stripping striping her herj herI
j asked Bke her offence ofene being the te heinous heinus eec oaei OC OCI
i i I of riding riing on a street car Another woman womanj womansaved
j j saved saye herself henel from a a like attack and an out outrage outI ¬
I I rage rag by leveling levelng a a Wg bg revolver revolir at t her herslants as
j sailants sailantsj slants
j While ie these things tng th1u were wer happening hapning in inI I
j I St St Louis Li Governor Gvenor Stephens was busy bsy In InJefferson InJefern inJefferson
Jefferson Jefern City CiY thanking thaking the Democratic DemocraticState Demortc DemortcStte
State Stte Convention Cento for its It confidence cnfdenc in him himand himand
and Its Is endorsement onormet of his hi course cur Illus Illustrated mustrte Illustrated ¬
trated trte In his hi election eleton as a delogateat delogateatlarge delogteat delogteatlarge
large to tbe National aUonl Convention Cnveti atKan atKansas nt
sits SS City CIY We had supposed SUPPo that t the party partyof prty prtyot partsof r
I of the people and of law and order in inMissouri Inllurl I IMissouri
pe an o
Missouri llurl would wlld take tke very Tet veer different steps stepsto I IC
to show Its appreciation appreciaton of o this thi creature creatureand creatue creatueand C
and his currish CUIlsh cowardly crdlY conduct conduct We Wewere Wewere 0 0were C
were expecting expetng to hear har that tt a a movement movementlooking moemet moemetlooking II I
looking to hi Impeachment tPochment and removal rmova remove removefrom I
from frm office ofce had DCU u inaugurated Inaugrted Instead Insteadof I Iof
of that he is Delegated elegate as one of four fourcitizens ferncitizens our ourcitzons
citizens citzons supposedly Suppooly of high distinction distncton to torepresent torereent t I Irepresent
represent rereent the te Democracy Damor of a great got Com Commwelth
moQwealth mwelth in the national ntonal council councl of the theparty theprty th C
party partyThis prty prtyThis partyThis
This humiliation humllUon and disgrace dgrc is a I little littletoo Utto Uttotoo littletoo
too much It I is playing politics pitc with wih the thelives thoJves thi a alives
lives Jves and honor of o American merlc wives moth mothers mother mothera ¬
ers er and maidens as a white whie chips cips in the thegame thege the C Cgame
game ge We have presumed prume that Stephens Stephenswas Stephes Stepheswa I Ir
was wa unique In I his hi degradation degdton It I is now nownecessary nw nwneC noenecessary r
necessary neC sary to expand expnd that view ie and to t say saythat ss
that tht he is not a a bit more ma deserving doorvlng of ofscorn orscor Oi Oiscorn t
scorn scor and loathing than tan are ae the leaders leadersin leadenin
in the Jefferson City Ciy Convention Conventon responsi responsible rpnst rpnstI respoostble ¬
ble for his election eleton as delegateatlarge delegateatlargeWe delegtetlarge delegtetlargeWe
I We sincerely sincerey trust that tat when Stephens Stepen en enters enI entens ¬
ters the Convention Conventon Hall Hal at Kansas KaRS City Citythe Ciy Ciythe Citythe
I the members membr representing representng the power powermanhood pwer pwerthood powermanhood
manhood thood and decency deency of the great gret Ameri American AmeriI Amencan ¬
I can party par1 will 1 give him a reception receptin that thatwill tlat tlatwi I Iwill
will wi leave lce no doubt as a ni to public publc opinion opinionregarding opinon opinonregrding 1 1regarding
regarding regrding his dastardly dastdlY refusal to protect protectthe protectte t tthe
the te helpless women of Missouris Is5uls metropo metropolis metropoli metnopolie ¬
lie lisI li
I I General Genera Butlers Bules successful sucestul engagement oggement oggementat I
at Allemens AJemens Nek ek although a hough he cannot cnnot lot follow fO lotlow ¬
low It I up for a few days until ut hcan h can repair repairthe repar reparI r rthe
I the Lalngs Llngs Xek tunnel seriously seriousy threat threatens thret thretI threatens ¬
I ens eD the te main nuln body bo of Boers Bbrs under Botha BothaThat BothaI BotheThat
f That general will i have he to gather gther his forces forcesas force forcea forcerapidly
as a rapidly rpldl1 as a possible posible at MWdleburg idleurg where wherehe wherehe e ebe
he is expected epeted to make a temporary tempor stand standor stnd standor
or the commandos commado in the south sout will wl be becut becut b a
cut off oI BuIIers Bulers advance will wl probably probaby take takethe B Bthe i It
the t e direction directon of Heidelberg Heit lber and French Frenchwith Frenc Frencwith
with wih the cavalry cvalr Is moving upon the te same samepoint samopoit sam a apoint
point poit It I appears apper probable probble that tat the Boer Boerretreat Bor Borretret Bee r rretreat
retreat retret to t Lydecburg will wlhae have to t be ex expedited e cxpedtt1 ¬
pedited poiel to be successful successful At t the te same sme time timeit tme tmei tim C Cit
it i is apparent that tht they have still stilla stil oUt Li Liconsiderable
a a considerable co acrbJe and effective eecte force in n the thefield thefeld th a afield
field feld and that tt It may be months monts before beforeLord bello belloLrd 0 0Lord
Lord Lrd Roberts can hope to extinguish tnglh the thelast thelat th a alast
last lat spark sprk of organized ornI resistance resistanceThe resistanceThe resistanceThe
The amiable aml1le and an disinterested disintereste Mr Han Hanca HanI1 Hanas
ca I1 still stU proclaims prlis that tt he intends Intend to give givethe gve gvethePhild gin ginthe
the thePhild Philadelphia lpia Convention a a free fre foot footIn ro footin
In the matter mater of nominating nomitng a candidate candidatefor cndidate cndidatetor e efor
for the Vice Presidency Preidency Some people peoplodoubt peoil peopledoubt 0 0doubt
doubt him h hix in this thi connection connectn but not not we weHe weHe 1 1He
He will wi give the d legates the te freest tre kind kindof kid kidof kin d dot
of a foot fot when he gets ready redy to kick them themInto the that thatinto
Into accepting acceptng the te man he has h already alred1 se selected Se Belected ¬
lected leted and coached coce for the job jobThe jobTe jobThe
The Te Hanna Hnna leader lEaer in In Louisiana Luisin a < saloon saloonkeeper loon loonkeee I Ikeeper ¬
keeper keee named naed Wimberley Vimberle has ha been shut shutout shutout shi it itout
out from the temporary teporry roll rol of delegates delegatesat delegtes delegtesat is isat
at Philadelphia Phiadelphia By most correspondents correspondentson corepondents corepondentson 5 5on
on the the ground gound the Boss Bos is cold md to t bavo bavofought havofought ha 0 0fought
fought hard ard for his his man m n but to t have been beendefeated beend bee a adefeated
defeated d teated by a National Xalonal Committee Commitee vote TOl votetwentyfive cf cftwentyfive cfI
I twentyfive twentyfe to eighteen iC > Committee Committeeon Cmml Commkt te 0 0on
j on Credentials Credentil no doubt will wi vindicate ndlcte bth bthHanna btb bt is islianna
I lna Hanna and ad his hi celebrated lleutenan lleutenanXo leutean leuteanXo lieuteaanNo
Xo Lonjjcr LOICr PicturdMiiic PicturdMiiicFrom PlcturlClue PlcturlClueFrm PicturesqueFrom
From Frm Scribners Sbners Magazine MagazineA MagazineAchargpauthaethefloemmakelsrobbeeiofa 1guine
A Achargpauthaethefloemmakelsrobbeeiofa charce c e such sc as a the Boers eI make me is i robbed of all al il ilstonybook
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storybook storbk picturrHjoeness picucEuene and glamour mr The T Th glit gil gilten it itter j
ten o Of sor sword md bynet bayonet the s smke ke and fme fmethe Oem Oemthe
the brgbt bright union uniforms th the inoim inspintnq ebr cheers the thepreclion ti e eprecision
precision preclion of serried srrid ranks rnk the th gallantly 111 carried carriedbattle cmt cardi cardibattle
battle btt flags to be b presently precnUy planted pbnt OB the tl earth earthworks euthwork east eastworks ¬
works work of the enemy enem are r all lacking lckn They TM Thr belong blo helm helmto
j to tli tle the war of the part In their tei 5tead t tf < d a crouch crou croujag
I jag i creeping crplng line lne of dirtcovered dirn men un simfficd ahuff cc by b1j I Ithe
the th varyinjr aryin chances cn of the th fight out o ot all Rmb earn mb
j lance of order brown bare fgt
I ore bown br suaseerched > bowt bwl bos I
s
derflccted dfk rdge ridges dotted dt here he sad az there tre with withstunted wih wit
stunted ftunte boshes bae hazy hT with wih heat ht and alive with withprojectiles wit wj wjiroiecti1ea g
I projectiles lroj < tie the te keen k n rattle ntte of rifle rif fire fre OreS ar punctual punctualcd pucua t tby
cd e by the stuttering state l of machine maciD suns ns and broken brktn brdsu m mlflla i
inta in full fl periods ro by the reverberating reTrat roar rr of ofI 91 t
heavy hN1 artillery Aier now and nd strain an seeming smn to t die dieonly de deonlT el Ce Ceto s
only to break brek out afresh aflh and ad all ath thy thi for fo boar boaralter hourafu boi en enafter r
I alter afu hour hr each ech pasting ping moment momn claiming clirn a TIC TICtim vi e 0 0tim
tim Ur to sprawl jn agony on the superheated reck reckSuch a
agT Eprheate
Such Sch today tor Is i modem war as a typified typie in i South Sut Afrfa Afs Afstoday t
POLITICAL POLTCAL P NOTES NOTE AND AN GOSSIP GOSSIPHunna GOSSIPlanna GOSSIPllannn
Hunna lanna IJCBS LCIS Talkative TulkatTeBoss TulkatTeBossHana TalkatireB085 Boss BossHanna
I Hanna Hana H antia has been ben severely shocked socke by see seeing se seIng seeg ¬
i ing la g In 1 print the heartless hearJes things he has hasuttered hastered
u uttered utere ut tered as a a n blight blght to the Vice Presidential Presidentialboom
fc boom b bo om of little lte Tim Woodruff Wodr Mr Ir Han Hanna Hanna ¬
B na has h been greatly gey perturbed perurbed by the t di diminutive diminutvo ¬
D minutive minutvo m lnutivo Brooklynites Brooklrits persistence pertence In I ship shipping shpping ¬
F ping pi ng his hs tiny tn red re boom bm to the te Quaker City Cityand
a and an d in the heat of his h chagrin chin has h used usedup
up u p a largo brgt part of his vigorous vigrus vocabulary vocabularyin Tocabuut
in chastising chstsing the stubborn tbbm Leutet LeutetGoyeror Lieutenant LieutenantGovernor
Governor Goyeror G overnor of the alarming alaring waistcoats waistcoatsAs alstcl
As a a result resul of o the doubleleaded duubelee publici publicity publci publcit1 ¬
tyH ty given his remarks remark and ad conversations conversationsHanna cnvertions cnvertionsHann
Hanna Hann H anna has h decided deide to refrain r from m speech speechwith sp h hwih
wih w with ith newspaper neWspper men or others who carry carrythe c carrye
the th e news to the gentlemen genteme of the te press pressLast pressLt
Last Lt L ast night unen the train tr ln rolled rle into Phil Philadelphia Phi ¬
a adelphia ad ada elpha the reporters rporter surrounded surounded Mr Han Hanna Hanna
r na na a s and the following tolowing conversation conveaton ensued ensuedWhat enue
What Wht time tme did you get In InI inI inI
I forget forgetWhen forgetWhen
When are ae you yu going back backI
I dont know knowHow knowHow knowHow
How about abut the te Allison AUson boom boomSay boomSay
Say you ou fellows felows ask too to many mny ques questions queston ¬
tions ton ti ons Of course its your business busines to t but butI
j I dont have hve to answer them themWomen themODCn
Women ODCn at Plillndelplila 1 Philadel > hlnde11JhlnThe iiliinThe The Worn Womans om omns ¬
ans a ns National Katonl Republican Republcan Association sociton has hassent his hissent
s sent s ent a number of its members member to Philadel Philadelphia Phiadel Phiadelphia ¬
I phia phia p hia for the National Katlonl Convention Conventon and they theyare therare
are a re very much in evidence evdence They are ae the thepoliticians thepolticIans theolIticians
politicians polticIans p olIticians say sy a i valuable va ble tdjunc adjunct to the thbworking the thewoklng
1 woklng w working force in a national natonl campaign capaig and andthey andthey
they th ey will w1 be recognized rcogize by the party lead leaders leader loadns ¬
ers er e ns and provided with wih seat sent nests in the Repeal Exposition EpOI EpOI1on ¬
tion 1on ti on Building There are about abut 16000 100 l00O wo women ¬
x men m en engaged enagd in the circulation cirulation of o Republi Republican Rep bl bli blian ¬
can c an literature Iterature during a Presidential Pesidental year yearOne yearOne
One O ne of the th main Ideas 1aM is to effect efect a social socialInfluence socialIn
j Influence In fluence uence over the first frst voters Four years yearsago yers yersago
ae ago a go they issued a pamphlet pIhct which was wasextensively wasxtensively
extensively e < circulated among aong the wage wageearning
earning e women Everywhere Everwhere they showed showedan
an a n intense Interest Intefs in the canvase cant and ex exercised eXercised cxruised ¬
ercised c their thei influence Infuence to help the Repub Republican Republcan ¬
lican lcan li ena ticket ticketIt ticketIt
It is the te purpose pur of the association as3ociaton to toadvise tondvlsc
advise a together concerning cncrning the political politicalwork polt politipalork l lwork
J work w ork of women throughout tughout the country countryto count
to t o encourage enourge and ad help the organization ornizaton of ofwomens otwomens
womens w omens clubs cub for political pitc study and ad for forpolitical forrllc
political rllc vrk work and to do dl whatever they theycan thyca theyI
can ca c < an to t serve re the party prt They Te1 have clubs clubsIn I
In i n New York Yor city cty in Kansas Kss Nebraska NebraskaIowa Nebraskaowa
Iowa I owa Idaho Iao Colorado Clordl Utah Uth and ar Wy Wyoming Wyomiug Vy ¬
oming o miug This year yea they will wi labor labr i es especially s spelaly ¬
pecially pelaly p in the West WestIt est
It Is said sid that many my of the feminine feminineworkers temnine temnineworker I
worker w workers orkers are Interested intereste In the distribu distribution distrbu distrbuUon ¬
tv tion t ion of offices ofes in the event event of a a a party partyvictory patT patTvlctor
victory vlctor v and an are paving the way w for or the theappointment theappintment
appointment appintment a of brothers uncles ucle sons sonscousins sns snscousins
cousins c and nd even eve husbands husnd to t places in inthe inthe
the t he Government GOerment service serviceInitatrlou senfe senfeInllastrlouf
Inllastrlouf Initatrlou 3Ir Ir Austin AustInOscar ltDsc Oscar Pres Preston ¬
ton tn t on Austin Autn Chief of tha Bureau Buru of Steals Statistics StealsI ¬
tics tc t ics of the Treasury Treaur Department Dertmet has h beta betaan beena beern I
an a a n indefatigable Indeatgble worker worka for the Republican Republicanparty fpublcn fpublcnpat1 I IP
party pat1 p arty and the Administration Adinstti since the Oe day dayof dy dyot P
of o f his hi induction inuctn into Int office As 4 far Cr as 3S the theamount ta taamount I
amount a of o work ork is i concerned Ccn measured measuredby mosured mosuredby moasuree moasureey i
by b y weight weight he has hs certainly earned ere his hissalary hi I
salary slry s as a well wel as a any 31 appointee appDt of o the thepresent theelnt theeaent C
I present p elnt eaent Administration Administrton Tons TOs of statistics statisticsbive 1tat tl C
I bive h ave ve been ben turned tum out ot by him glorifying glorifyingthe glorly8g
Itie the tie t he McKinley YeKinle1 era of o prosperity prerlY They Theyhave Te1 Te1hae Theahave r
have hae been ben put late le pamphlets pmple as uaral uaraland ural uraland
and a nd in addition adton to this thii they the have he been f sent sentont snt sntQ t
ont Q lt to every eer important imprat newspaper nwapr In tbe tbecomtry tbecmtry C
comtry cmtry c In the form or of o news matter It r atd atdspecial acdspecial sac sacpecial I
special s articles artcle ready re reaeI for the te printer pinte Mr MrAustin MrAusin Mrr
Austin Ausin was wa for many ml years yer a a aewspapT aewspapTman awpr awprma 1 1I r
man ma himself himsel in Washington Waslogto and andha andhe auc auco I
ha h o learned lered thoroughly thghly IB II his hisown hisown hh I Iown
own experience expriece how eager ege many mn of the thenewspaper te tenewspper th C Cnewspaper
newspaper newspper correspondents crdent are to escape escapelabor C Cabor
labor labr l by using usin Government GOTerment stuff stuf if i it is isdecently Isdecenty ii I Iecently
decently decenty d prepared prepare All Al of this thi work of bia biahas hi bt 5 5has
has been of service to the tkat tkatsave the
ha ben o great gret t party pat1 tlat tlatave I Igave
save ave him his hi nonpartisan nonpartian position plon of cot collector cl cllector cothector ¬
lector of statistics but he has ¬
sttstc but now ha em embarked embarked embarked
barked on another anoter job that tt will wi be b even evenmore evenmore eve evemore
more important Imprnthe importantthe the preparation prepUon of the tbeRepublican theRelblcan tb B BRepublican i
Republican Relblcan campaign cmpig textbook textbk The eta statstc etatlstics
tistlcs tstc will wI be dug out of the Treasury De DeparUuftut DE Dcpanirnent
parUuftut prtput data and they will wU be b ar arranged anranged ¬
ranged ran d by Mr Ir Austin AUt and hits hl assistants assistantsor alstant
or 3 at a least leat rumor rr has h It It The fact aet that thatMr tat tatIr the theMr
Mr Ir Austin Ausin draws d3wS his ffet l salary slary as a a Gov Govprnment Goveminent
eminent prnment clerk does not apparently apprenUY cause causehim cuse cusehim cans C Chim
him or the th people that employ him to tohesitate t te a ahesitate
hesitate hesiate or question queston llr Ir Austin AWtn had ha the theJob thefob tb a aob
Job j ob of compiler cmpier of this great geat campaign campaigndocument cmpclgt campetigidocument
document doument during the last campaign campaig but buthis bt bthis ha t this
his office omce then was wa In the Glover Gover Building Buildingand Buldlngad Buldiu I Iand
and ad his hi salary war was paid pid by Mr Ir Hanna Hanna It Itwas Itwas I t twas
was because bcause of his fine tne work on o the book bookof bk bko bootof
of o IRSS IS 1SS that tht he received rele his position Joitlon In the theTreasury theTreaury tb e eTreasury
Treasury Treaury where whre he could ruJd continue contnue It I to togreater t fi a agreater
greater greatr advantage advantageSwelling advantge advantgeSwelln advantageSweilinir
Swelling Swelln tbe Instructed IntruCted Lint LltfTe LltfTeDemOratc LietTh The TheDemocratic e eDemocratic
Democratic DemOratc S tate tte Conventions Coavent ns of o Ken Kentucky Ke KenLucky ¬
tucky California uornia Missouri Issouri Georgia Gera am nd ndVermont ndYenonl tI tIVermont I
Vermont Yenonl yesterday yeteray were ere added adde to the long longlist longJ That v vof
list J t of those tose that tht have instructed Instructotheir Instructotheirdelegate Instructethel their theirdelegates r rdelegates
delegates delegate to the Kansas Knss City Ciy Convention Conventionto Conventon Conventonto a ato t
to vote for Mr Ir Bryan Brn The list printed printedin prnted prntedn 1 1In
in n this column columr yesterday yeteay made the total totalnumber tot tots 1 1number
number numbr constructed ofhstrucre delegates deJ te 650 60 or 29 29more 2 9 9mre 9more j
more mre than a the te twothirds twothirs necessary necr for fora fora to r
a choice choic on the first fr ballot bUot The addi additions ndfuons teddiuons ¬
uons to the list lit yesterday yestrY were Missouri Isuri
34 3 Kentucky Ketucky 26 21 Georgia 26 S California CaUforla C
18 and a Vermont Vermont 8 making aklng tho total tot 72 62 62I 6 6ilitiCs
Politic I > oUtC and Stocks StockU StockIt it is the com comnent cm cmuent I Iuent
uent In Wall Wal Street Str tr et t circles crce that politics politicsis pltC 1 1playing
is I playing its usual uua part pr in the for fortunes fortunC fortunes ¬
tunes tunC of the Stock Stok Market The tipsters tipstersare tpter a aare 1
are predicting prlotng that the better bte tone tne of o the themarket themrket th e emarket >
market mrket this thi week eek will wi continue during the theearly theearly lb e eearly s
early part of the coming cming week wee until unL Mr MrMcKinley r rlclnley r rMcKinley
McKinley lclnley has been nominated nminated as a an inti intimation int 1 1mation ¬
mation to holders holder of securities securIes that the thename te tename th e ename >
name McKinley is i synonymous synonyou with wit pros prs prsprity pro proparity
parity prity Later Lter it I is L said Sid by some se oscute oscutegeatlemen aute auteg anut e egeoflemen
geatlemen g Uemen there Ucr will wi be a a slump in the themarket th e emarket
market as the Kansas Kans City Ciy Convention Conventiondraws CnTenton CnTentondrws a adraws t
draws drws near thus thu furnishing funishing an object objet les lesson lesson I IIn ¬
son in the other direction dlecUolL There are I not notwanting notwatig nc ct ctwanting t
wanting watig those too to who are willing wilng to as assert assert I Isert ¬
sert that thtthe the closing cosing down of o big steel oud oudiron nd ndIrn an d diron I
iron mills is duo to
Irn mis campaign cpaign influences influencesA intuences intuencesA
A SOUTH SUTH DAKOTA DAOTA CANDIDATE CANDIDATEJudRC CAIATE CAIATEut cnriJudge
Judge ut c Tripp Looking Loking Toward Townr the tbeVice theIce tb a aice B
Vice Ice Presidency PresidencyCHICAGO Iresldency
CHICAGO June 15 15Judg 15Judgo Judge Tripp TrippSouth of ofSouth ofSouth Cf
South Dakota whose name na probably win winbe wi i II IIbe t
be brought before bfore the Republican Republcn National NationalConvention Natonal NatonalConventon Natione ii iiConvention 1
Convention Conventon as a candidate for Vice Pros President Prei Preident i ident ¬
dent arrived in the city yesterday and will willremain wl ni 11 11renatin 1
remain here for several days When ask asked aske aslml ¬
ed e U 1 ho Is I an a avowed candidate can idate for the thenomination thenominaton U te tenomination
nomination nominaton Judge Tripp Trpp said saidTho saidrho ald aldho
Tho ho nomination nomInaton for the Vice Preside Presidency Preilen Preileney I ICT ¬
cy is too to high an office ofce for a a man to cither citherseek ether cithe citheseek
seek or refuse refue Of course some men in inhigh inhlg I Ihigh
high hlg positions pmlons have refused reused It for reatoas reatoasof reafOSot reaso reasotheirosvn
of thelrown but I regard it I as a a position positiontoo posion posionto positic positictoo
too to high for ward wad electioneering electioneeringTo electonooring electonooringTo
To one of o tho th delegates deegtes he ht admitted admited he hewas hew 1 Ce Cewas B
was w a candidate canddate in I a I way wayTrees wayTrees Y Yree
Trees ree Arrest Arrcft Avalanches AvalancbeaFrom Avalnnche AvalanchesFrom
From Frm Forest Fort Leaves LeavesThicklypUnted LT LeaTrnThieklyplanted
ThicklypUnted Telyp nte trees tr arc nr the best bt protection protectionagainst prteton prteton19Dt proteetti proteettiagainst a
against 19Dt avalanches 31lla The Te snow IOW which whic has hs fallen falen fail faila failin
in the woods w cannot well el shift its it place JICe and andwhen andwhn a ud udwhen d
when whn the tle mafffs I of snow mw from fr the slopes above abe abe cc e
dash dh against alnt the the timber tmbr they are ar unable unble sp to t break breakthrough brk brktbroUh bee ak akthrough k
through tbroUh so s strong stng a barrier brie and after atlr overturn overturnTcople 0
Ing rceted J seine or tbe the ft first tre trees tei their prr piogrma onru 1 la a r rrte rrceted
rte
People AVIio Vleo ho Eat Xo > o Meat MeatFrom MeatProm Uentrom
From rom the tle Chicago Cic News NewsIn Xes NewsIn
In India Ind China Cin Japan bpn and adjacent adj et countries countriesare cnte countni countniare
are ae about abt < 00OCOOOO OOO people pl it strong rni active acUvt and a d
longlived l Und who eat no meat m5t The Te Turkish Trkh porter porteron port aD en enfl r
on ° fl a daily daly ration raton el rice and an dates dts will I jo jog prter prteron aton atonwith ale rig rigwith U
with wt bent bt back bck under a load lod that tat would crush asl a
Wttel Vntem V tern man mn Darwin Drin tells teL ua u that tt the AndVa AndVanatives AndMnntiv Ande an anatiV a
natives ntiv atiV do d a days y work vrk of 400 40 feet tons ten nearly neai Lv Lvtwice
twice twi the work of an a ordinary ordin laborer horr en a aeli nr diet dietof nt ntof J
of l bl bananas > nyyai ae
Dnonied Gtnutw GtnutwFron GlnatF GinutsFrom t
From F the te Indianapolis Indianpls Press Pe PressWhalers
Whalers Whler have ha begun blg to turn tur their thei attention atenton to t Inwalrus
iralru W1n walrus and porpovo porpolese large game having become becox becoxtoo
P t lre gm bnig bmp bmpt
too t scarce Sf to encourage encur exclusive ecase pursuit pr t Ele Ell Et Ette te teplants
plants pbu and eameleopards cmelepa too to are melting molng away aw 37
before befoe the te advance avlle of agricultural a ult1 enterprise entrre and andthe a ted tedthe
a
the ostrich oic with its it congeners conener the te rhea rhe and emu emuwi sin In Inwill
will wi soon 5n share 3mr the fate fae of the te eptayfoottd elfot moa moathat mo m 0
that tt once Olc haunted hute the th marshes me of New Zealand Z
n
Ml MAILS FOR THE T iSLANDS 1SANDSSnmc lSbANDSSqme iSLANDSsnie
Snmc Sa snie ClassIfications ClnHHI tnton anil send Unto RtCs an n for forTJiI forThil
TJiI Thil This Country CountryIn Coutr CoutrIn
In the matter mater of o the rate of postage postge be between betwcen ¬
tween t ween the United Unied States Sttes and its It insular Insula pos possessions po posessons ¬
sessions sessons se ssions Postmaster Postader General Generl Smith Smih has haspromulgated haspromulgted
promulgated promulgted p an order orer that tt all al mall mal mat matter matter ¬
ter te n sent from trm the Unld Unl States tates to the theIetan1 theIsland
Island Is Ietan1 land nT or Guam ttnm te the t > o T pIfp Pilfpqie > 1 4nn4t e < arcipela arcipelago archipela nrMiIno nrMiInogo
go g o or Tutuila Tutull including tncludI ail Jn adjacent Isl Islands il ilands ¬
ands a nds of the Samoan group grup which are pos possessions possesions ¬
sessions sesions S of the jultedj ledt States Sta4es t e shall shal be besubject besubjet beubject
subject subjet s to the iTuJted ue ulted States Sttes domestic domesticclassification domet
classification casifcto cl conditions condtons and an rates rtes of post postage postage J
age a ge and that tL all al mail ml matter mtter sent nt from fromthe fom fomte
the te th e Island of Guam the Philippine Pippine ArchI Ari Aripelago j jpelago
pelago p or Tutuila Tttla to the United Unied States Sttes or orrrom j jfrom
from fr om one to another of those Islands shall shallbe shal shalbe
be b e subject to the United Unied States Stte domestic domestc domestcclasI j jclassification
classification clasI c caton conditions conditon and rates rte of o post postage pt ptage ¬
age a ge It I is held by Mr r Smith that tt Porto Portoliico Poro PoroRc
Rc R liico ico is a part prt of the United Unie States StatesThe Sttes StatesThe
The order recites recie that to Insure Inre prompt promptdelivery prmpt prmptdelvery
delivery delvery d mall mal matter mater sent to persons In Inthe Inthe
the t he United Unie States service serice should Include IncludeIn Incu e ein
In i n the address addre the te complete designation deignation of ofthe otthe
the th thv e organization crsnIaton company cmpay and regiment regimentvessel regiment
vessel vel v essel or other branch brnch or the service serICe to towhich tohich
which w hich the addressee belongs blong and the post postage pst pstage ¬
age a ge thereon should be fully tuly prepaid prepaidIt prepad
It I Is explained explaine that by act of Congress Congressthe Congre
the th e United Unied States Stte postal pstl laws aws and regula regulatolns regulatolus
tolns t and ad all domestic dometc postal pt conditions conditionsincluding conditons conditonsncl
including ncl dlng payment pa ment of o postage poge with wih United UnitedStates Unied UniedStte
States Stte S Sf tates postage p03tge stamps are a In i effect to toi tofrom
i from f rom aLd within the Island of o Porto Poro Rico RicoI Ricoand
I and a nd also that by act of Congress Cnge the Ha Hawaiian HnwaHan ¬
waiian w aiian Islands Ilands became bCme a Territory Terrior of o the theUnled theUnte
Unled Unte U nited States Stte June 14 1900 19 consequently consequentlythe cnsequenty cnsequentythc
the t tt he United Unie States Stte postal ptl laws and regain regulations regla reglatons ¬
ions tons t and all domestic dmestc postal postl conditions conditionsI condiions I
including ncJ dlng pyent payment ot poge postage with Unie United 1 1Sttes
I States Sttes S tates postage potge stamps stps shall sl from that thatdate tat tatdate
date d ate be in effect cfet to from and within wihin the theTerritory thc
Territory Territry T of Hawaii HawaiiThe Hwal
The Postmaster Postaster General Generl says in this or order order ¬
der d en the Island of Porto Rico Ric and the Ter Territory Terrior ¬
ritory rior n of Hawaii Hnwal are Included lclude In the term termUnited termUnled
United Unled States State and ad the Island of Guam Guamthe Guamtho Guamhe
the t he Philippine Pippine Archipelago Archlpela and Tutuila Tutuilaare Ttula Ttulaare Tutuilare
are a re Included Include In the term ter island iland posses possessions PQssesslons ¬
sions s loas of the United Unite States StatesThe Stte StteThe
The seventh and nd tenth tent paragraphs pmgphs of the theorder theorder
order o rder provide as a follows folows In I pursuance puruance of ofthe ofthe
the t he Presidents Presldents order of November Novembe 4 1S99 1S99unsealed 199 199ucsealed
unsealed and of mallablematter mallable
u packages package parcels parcls malabl malablmater
matter mater containing contnng only articles ntces designed designedas delge
as a a s gifts gfl or souvenirs souvenir and with wth no com commercial cm cmmercial ¬
mercial purpose purse and not for sale sent by bypersons bypeons
persons peons p ersons in the United Unted States stts service senlc mil military mi ¬
itary itry i tary naval or civil cvi in Porto Rico Ric Guam Guamtho Guamthe
the t he Philippine Phippine Islands or Cuba to mem members members ¬
bers b ees of their teir families amles In I the te United Unie States Statesand Staes Staesnnd
and a nd unsealed uZlale packages packaes of mallable mlable matter matteroC mater materof
oC o f the same personal pronal character charcter sent from fromthe rromthe
the t he United States to officers soldiers sail sailors sai ¬
ors or e ra and others in the public publc service serice In Insaid insad
said sad s aid Islands Ilands shall be transmitted transmitd through throughthe throughthe
the t he malls and delivered elvere subject subjet only to todomestic todomestc
domestic domestc d postal ptal rates rte and regulations regulationsprovided reglatons reglatonsprore
provided prore p rovided that no such package pckage shall shal ex exceed exced ¬
ceed ced c eed four pounds punds in weight and each shall shallbe shal
be endorsed endor on the outside outide in a conspic conspicuous cnspc cnspcuous ¬
uous place plE with wit the word won Gift Gft or Soc Souvenir S ¬
venir venlror v enir or the equivalent equ lent thereof teref and an that thatwhen thatwhen
when sent from fom said sid islands lbOs to the tnt United UDIt tnted ¬
ted t t ed States Stte each such package shall shl be so somarked s
marked as a to show ECJO Tthefbraach the e gbranch breh of o the theservice th thlervlce
service lervlce s to which whic the Render end betoags blg and andbe an
be b countersigned cntersige by A I i eoi commissioned cmialone om officer omeer ¬
cer e ef er or a i postmaster ptater and that when whe sent sentfror sentfrm
fror frm f rom the United Unie States Stae 10 saw si islands islandseach llaDds llaDdsee
each ee i OCfl such sc package pckage shall shl show shw the braach braachof ba
of the th service to which whlc the addressee adreee be belongs b ¬
longs longsPostmasters long l ongs
Postmasters Postater arejlIreiUed are JtireaZed lreo to advise advisesenders adlseseoer
senders seoer of 8ch such packages peks of ot the provteJoss provteJossof proTia
of this section setl and a otherwise oe see that tt full fullinstructions ul
instructions are given give4 for forits its
Instructons 1 proper exe execution exeI exeThat cxcctitIOfl ¬
cution 1 II IIThat I
That United Unie States postage pt stamps stampsshall stmp
shall shal shah be b valid vald for the th payment pyent of postage postageia ptag
ia the island Ilad possessions plon and aO the te over overprinted OTerprlnt8 ¬
printed prlnt8 postage pste stamps stp of the te Island Ilan pos possessions possesion poeSessions ¬
sessions shall be accepted in
sesion shal b aClt payment Pment of ofpostage otptge
postage ptge wherever wherev United1 UtUeStte UnitedStateo States postage postagestamps tge tgestps
stamps stps are valid validI vaid vaidT
I THE T HAHNZHAOTT H1 STATUE STATE STATEObJecton
I I Objection ObJecton to It I Rained Rnlec l by j Resident ReAldenb ReAldenbXCRr I
Near XCRr Scott SCot Circle CircleT CircleThere
T There Is some opposition opplUon among = ocg some sme of ofthe orthe 01
the residents reident In the neighborhood neighbrhOd of Scott ScottCircle Stt SttCirco
Circle Circo to t the Hahnemann Hahemnn cts ctaue ue which whic Is Isto Ist
to t be dedicated dedrted next net Thursday Thu A pedes pedestal pe peilesta
tal ta has ha been erected eected on a reservation tesenaUon ad adJoinliiB adjoillg
joining joillg Scott Sct Circle CirJe and ad directly dirty opposite oppositethe oppsite oppsitethe
the reservation reenaton on which whch stands stnd the elaine rUitueof rt S
of Daniel Webster WebsterObjection ebstr ebstrObjeton
Objection Objeton is made me Ic i some Ste quarters quters to totbe tGtbe tc I
tbe statue on the ground first lnt that Hah Hahnemann Ha
nemann was wa a foreigner and ad second scon that thatthe that
the base bs is I unsightly ucsighty and a obstructs obtc what
had been heretofore hertofore a beautiful beautful vista ista from fromScott rrm rrmSctt I
Scott Sctt Circle Cire looking lokLg west west through rough N Street StreetOne SteeL SteeLOne StreetOne
yesterday yesterdayI yesterdy yesterdyI One of o the residents resld nts of thaf t tbatvicinlty vicinity vlcinty said saidyesterday sd sdyesterdy mityesterday
I cannot cnnot understand undentl how hoW the Hahne He Habnemann
mans man statue sttue was given gye a place at Scott ScottCircle SGt SGtCirle I ICircle
pace
Circle Cirle In the centre of the circle crle we We have haveac havea
ac a equestrian statue of General Scott the
hero her ot ote the Mexican Mexic war On one side sie sidtthe
is the statue sttue of o Daniel Webster one of ofour ofor o E Eour
our or greatest gretest statesmen sttesmelL Now XOT some sme one onecmes oneCOUtC5
comes cmes along and ad proposes prope to break brak the thecharm te tecar the thecharm
charm car by erecting erectng opposite oPPoite the Webster Websterstatue eber ebersttue I Istatue
statue sttue one to a foreigner forIger a a man who for forall foral to toali
all al I know never set foot on the soil oH oi oiAmerica o oAmeric 0America
America Americ Who was S Hahneman Halmn that he h Is Isentitled i Li C Centitled
entitled tal entted tal to a statue In the Xation National Capi Capital Cpi Cpital Capttal
The To Latin Ltn quotation quoaton on which whic the th doc doctrine doetnine o
trine of homeopathy homepathY is i based be reads Si Similia 5imills 1 1mla
mills mla slmllibus slmlbu curantur I notice nUce the thestonecutter t tb C Cstonecutter
stonecutter stoeter has ha made mae it read on the te pod pe podestal
estal estl Simllia Slla similibus slmibus curentur curenturThe cetur ceturTe curenturThe
The Te pedestal pedestl is i surrounded surrounde by a wall wl eal 1 1twelve
twelve or fifteen fiCeen feet In height and semi semlcircular smi smicircular semicircular
circular From the back
bck of this ts wall wal pro projects pr projade
jade ject a a hideous hldeu bead hed presumable preumble a gar garSoyle gr grgorle gargoybe
Soyle with wih open mouth muth from from which whic Is I to topour tl t a arour
pour our a stream cf water Inside ICidc the wall wallare wl wlae wt 1 1are
are ae set several bronze brone tablets tablet and ad within withinthe withinthe S Sthe
the semicircle semllre rises rses the pedestal petal on which whic whicthe 1hlchthe
the statue sttu is to t stand snd It I has h not yet bscn bscnplaced Mn Mnrlacod bee a aplaced
placed in position pdto but I presume prsume it will wi be beerected b C Cerected
erected some day this tl week as 1 the Amen American Aer AmenCan
can c Institute Insttut of Homeopathy is to meet mee t
here next net week and ad dedicate it itI It ItI
I am opposed oPPOe to t giving up Government Governmentreservations Goyerment Goyermentresertons A Areservations
reservations resertons to private prlate societies sete for the theerection theereton lb e eerectiOn
erection ereton of statues or for ro any an other pri private prite pHvate ¬
vate te purpose purse For that tt reason raon I cannot cannotlook canno 1 1look
look with favor Cor or the proposition propiton to do donate donate donate ¬
nate a park to the Daughters Dlghter of tho Amen Amerlcan Aer Amencan
can Revolution Reoluto for the te erection ercton of a mc memorial mcmortal
mortal hall hal If I they thelh theywish wish to t build buid a hall hallof hl hlot ba II IIof
of this th character chater and alc turn tr it over to the the th a
Government as Andrew AndrewCarnegie ndre Carnegie Canegie Is to toerect t t 0 0erect
erect ert a public publc llbrir lbnl > and give It to the th e
District Istrict all al right rght b but t when It I comes co s to topaying topayn t tpaying
paying payn for such lands out of the Treasury Treasuryand Trer Treasur Treasurand
and then handing hding them t eI jover tover ver for rr halls hallsstatues h haliestatues
statues sttues and what not no I am am opposed oppose to t it itDEATH It ItDE it itDEATH
DEATH DE BY Y SUICIDE SUICIDEA SCE SCEI >
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A California Polpel Politician Il Shoot Shoot Him Himself Ul Clintcolt
self elt nnd Wants antl Xol Xo Mourning MourningOAKLtND lolrnIDJ
OAKLAND OAK CaL C June une 15 1ohn 15John Joan C CLynch C C CLynch
Lynch Lch father fater of the te United Unlel States State col collector colletr cotlector ¬
lector letr of Internal Interl revenue r n e at this port portshot prt portshot
shot himself hlmsel In the te rigit rgi temple tmple yester yesterday ynsterday ster sterda1 ¬
day at the home of3 of hiS hi tn son on In Berkeley Berkel BerkelHe r
He had hd long been afflicted amlce with an incur Ineurable incurable
able malady maladye
In n his pocket was wa found a letter Jeter ad addressed d ddr
dressed dr sed to his children chIdren requesting reuetng that tt the thebody te teby th C Cbody
body by be cremated crmated and the ashes ashe scattered scatteredover stored storedover d dover
over his wifes wies grave gve in Benlcla Benlcla He di directed direted directal ¬
rectal reted that no crepe or insignia iIgia of ofmoul mourn mournIng mournlag
concludes concludesI Ing be worn wor by any aT relatives ratve The Te letter letterconcludes Jeter Jeterconcludes lette tr trconcludes
I have hve always considered consider such sch outward outwa el eldisplay
display diplay as a out of place placenever placenever never put it in inprctce I a apractice
practice prctce though I have felt fel as a keenly k nly ca lS lSane n 5 5anyone
anyone ane the Io J05 os of o my beloved belove dead ded dedLynch deadLynch
Lynch was uas one of the most noted of otCaUforia if ifCalifornia
California CaUforia pioneers Iioneer and aa had hd a national natonal natonalrCrd nation ii iirecord
record as one ace ot President Grants
rCrd Preient Grts ap appointees appIntee aipointees ¬
pointees pIntee during durig the reconstruction recontructon He Hewas Hewas ii e ewas
was also a member of the th returning rtuning board boardof bud budor boar d dof
of the HayesTHden ayesTiden election eleton and served servedas s serve el elas
as a lieutenant leuteant colonel in the civil cTI war warIn wr wrID warj e
In ID j the tle Olden Time TimeFrom Te Teo TimeProm
From o Puck PuckAh P PuckAhI
Ah AhI h The Te banister tte is oa 01 his wry vy to court cur A Agreat Agt Agreat
great gt lawyer lawJ forsooth tODtb Hast Hat IIss ever tr beard la him himcrossexaminer hbuCxner hi U Ucrossexaminer
crossexaminer crossexaminerYea Cxner CxnerYe crossexaminerYea
Yea Ye oft have h e I teen him b mate mke a I witness Ttu look looklike lo lee ek eklike
like lke two chilling 4iil and sUperccI sIx prcd
INCREASED ICRESE COAL COA EXPORTS EXPORTSThe EORTS EORTSIC EXPORTSe
Th The IC e United Unied States Non Now Leading All AllOther AllOilier
Other Nations XatlonsThe XaUousThe NationsThe
The remarkable remkable Increase icrea in coal c expor exportatlons expr exprttons exportione
tatlons ttons ta tione from the United Unied States coupled coupledwith coupledwih coupledth
with wih wi th the fact that this ti country count became bee In
1899 18 99 the te worlds largest laet producer of coal coalgives coalgives
gives gi ves special specll Interest to an a elaborate elaborte dis discusslon discusson disssion
cusslon cusson cu ssion of the worlds coal product pruct pub published pubfts
lished Jshe he fts by the te Bureau Buru of o Statistics Stttc of the theTreasury theI theeasury
I Treasury Treu Tr easury Department Deprent In the te April Aprl num number number nunsr
ber he r of o the Monthly Summary Smma of Corn Cornmerco Conserco
merco m erco and Finance Finnce Exportations Eporttons of coal coalfrmo c coalmo
frmo fro lI mo the United Unie Slates Stte in the ten months montnaending montnsedig monthsding
ending edig en ding with wit April Aprl were nearly nealy 50 per cent centlarger cen cenlrser
larger H rger than t those thos of o the t same semonth months of ofthe ofthe
the th e preceding precing fiscal I year yer and 30 per cent centlarger cnt cntlarger
larger la rger than tl those tho of the te corresponding correspondingmonths crrespeg crrespegmont correspondingcnthe
months mont nm cnthe of 1SS8 while the th total tot production productionfor prucQn prucQnfor
for fo r 1S38 1 was as not only the largest laret In this thiscountrys ti
countrys counts co untrys history hto but blt larger lr than t that th of ofany otany ofy
any an y other country cnt In the world worldFor word worldFor
For the first ft time te the United Unie States S fig fg figea ¬
ures ur ur ea show a a larger production pructon than the theritish
te
British Britsh B ritish figures fg for the te came sae period per The Thssignificance Te Tesigifcnc Thegnifican
significance sigifcnc si gnifican of this tis fact cannot cnot be b over overestimated oeretlate ¬
estimated es timated Coal is now more than
etlate Col I n th ever everthe CTer
the t he material mtrll energy eerg of a country CUBt tbe tbeuniversal tbeuniverl theniversal
universal univerl u aid the te factor in i every eer thing thig
we w e do The relative reltve abundance abndce or orscarcity orsrel1
scarcity srel1 sc arcity of coal CJ therefore is the te
truest tret tr uest index of a countrys position among
cunts pltol aoDg
its is it s industrial idutl rivals rivl According AcccmlDg to recent reet
I information Inortln in steamers stemers have been ben chartered crtero
to carry car coal col from om America to Sr St Peters Pele Patoisurg ¬
burg br b urg and Stockholm Stokholm as a well a 1 to t Italian Italianrench
French Fench F rench and an German Gern ports prs While Whie Ialin these theseI th thesexports e eert
I exports ert e may m be b due mainly m1 to t the Ue peasant Pet
i abnormal abnoral a conditions cndilons of the British coal coalarket
t Drth Drthmrket
market mrket m arket there Is no n doubt that tt In time
tme
his h L is country will m be called cle upon uxn to supply supplyforeign
I an a n even large larger pat part ot te the cl coal nee needed ppy t ni
foreign foreg fo reign Industrial countries which anti anticently
countres
recently reent1 re cently have hve been be drawing dwIn upon upn the Dri Brit untI ¬
ish is h output otlt This Is the more probable
since sice Si nce cost ct at o production prou a and prices prlee prolble of coal cl
show s how a foiling
tenlency for this
faUng teltiC thi country
cutr
whereas whee w hereas the te oppsa Olpgehold holds true of Euro ¬
pean pe p eas coalproducL clproducL countries countriesThe rountniesThe untes
The article artce quote quott continues onUnue3Th
The Th rapidity rpl ty with wih which the te production productionof pructon pructonof
of o f coal col has h Increased Incree may mr be b appreciated appreciatedwhen apprciate
when w hen we e consider cnsider the t present preu volume of
that t hat production pructio and ad reflect ref t in how recent recenta reent reenta
a a time the th production producton formed tore but bt a very verysmall
small Sl sm all fraction frncton of that quantity qutt1 In 1SSS 1S9
the t he total coal cl product pruct of o the te world was
6WOOOOOO 66000 6 abort chor tons or SQ4IMOOW 604000 metric metrc metricone
tons t one Until Unt as a late a a period pero as a 187S the theworlds thewolds theorlds
worlds wolds w orlds product prouct had Id never been be half h1 so sogreat soreat
great geat g reat being big then only onl 202000000 2ZeOO metric metricons
tens ten t ons and ad not until unt 1S6S 16S had ha the worlds worldsproduction woridspruton worldsroduction
production pruton p been n as a much as a a 3 third tir as Z
large la rge as a It Is I at present prent In 1S54 the theworlds thewrds
worlds w orlds product was only 174000000
wrds pruct ws 17400 metric ntic metricone
tona ton3 t one or less les than 23 Z per pe cent of that that of
1896 1896 1 896 The statistics tatstc of the worlds wols prosIer ¬
tion ti on for still earlier rl =
periods
ta for st1 eaHer perods cannot cnt be b
determined det d etermined with
any pretence of
rlnc wit prete seen accuracy a ary seenacy ¬
racy ry r acy but on the basis bsi of the British Britih stat stt ¬
istics Istc is tics from fr 1SS4 l and a of estimates tte for ear e ¬
lier le li en periods pe 8 and a from tro such suc statistics staUsUe as asare a
are a re obtainable obtube from France Fnce Germany Ge1 Germanyelgium
Belgium B elgium and AustriaHungary
Be 1 AuraHunory an p
production productionla pran prorSmatlon prmtn p le rodiection rodiectionIa may m be b made m ul to t the actual actualproduction aual aualpran actualrodiection
la I 1S80 IS8 the t worlds GWs prod proun production act Ion of coal coalWM cl clw coolas
WM w w as shoot at 144M00M 1e0 metric me tons ton or less baaea j
thau th ea onefourth orort that tat of o IStS 1G and aa much muchleas muh muhla
leas la te as than that t of either eWer the t Halted Unit Stte State Statesr i ior ior
or o r the Ue United Uate Kingdom KI AO at present t Tea Teayears T Teaears i
years y ears earlier the
e erJr th worlds production productionamounted
amounted alM a to only about t 88 XMMW I8S0 pucto metric metricteas maineons
teas to t ons or e about abt twofifteenths twAteea of the me present Pr pros prosat ¬
ent et e at wwrWs UWs BTOdueUoe > u oetioa and G cdaetderabiy crWy c seiderably seiderablyees I
leas l ees than the present of
Je th te Irl oatptit Ot Penney Pennsylvania Pe Penneyanla ¬
vania t anla alone ae la 1S 1St isle the th production cctioa was wasmuch Wa
much i saKlIer aUe 1ler tttll 1ll ° tilt being b shoal pc alt shoaletric 459WM 459WMmetric 4 i j jmt
metric mt m etric tuns tU or about abt onethirteenth enthlrtt1 of ofthe orte ofthe
the te present pre output otpt while during dur lie liethreequarters te tethrequt I Ihreoquartsrs
threequarters threqut t of o a a century cetur since Baee 1S26 1S 1350hen
wwn wbn w hen the Ue output was WS about abt 17W08W 17W08Wmetric 17IOGO0etric
metric nel m etric tons to the production pruti has h Increased laree i I
350 350 3 50 per pr cent centThe cet centThe
The The e production pruclo Is I chiefly cofy In the bands bandsof hc headsf
of o f three th nations natl nationsthe the te Americans Amercns the Brit Britteh Brt Brtl Unitsli
teh i sli and the Gerraaos
l n GeD During Dri the last lastthirty lutthirt lasthirty
tb thirty thirt t years year and a even eve earlier eler the te com COt
bined bDe b ined output Oltpt of thes te these throe tre countries contries has hasavoraged baaveraged
avoraged averagd ao a year yea for year Ye about abut fivesixths lvesxs lvesxsot
of o f the tle worlds rlds total tot output otpt Ps Possessingut Possessing lg
but b ut about abt It 1 per pr cent cet of o the te worlds pop population poplailoa ¬
I ulation ulato u they the have be produced pruced about at S3 8 per percent perI perent
I cent cnt c ent of the mineral minerl fuel while wie the re remalning ro
malning mlolng n S9 g per cent cnt or the te worlds words lahabl lahabltant labI iahabiant
tant t ant have produced only about 17 I
tt prouc 01 abut per pr cent centof cetof
1 of o os f the coal cl and even it the savage SV and andsemibarbarous ad adsembbrou
semibarbarous sembbrou s nations natons be disregarded disrgrde
the te immense itD preponderance prenemnce of coal cl pro pr
duction ductio d uction in these thee countries CODte must must be b can ccaceded caneded D
ceded cee c To this group goup might be b added adde Bel Be
glum g gc lum which whih produces pru and nd consumes cnsme more morecoal
coal c c oal per pr capita cpIt than t any T other oter country countryexcept cunt countryxcept I
except e the United Kingdom but
enpt t Unte KDQ for or the theact
fact tat f act of Its It small sl population ppulaton placing plag It Itin Itin itn
in I n the second rank rnk of coalproducing coprcng ccuntries cun cuntries ccun counries
tries triesWhile tries t
While Ue the cotJaued c ue output of these thesethree te
three t countries has ha kept pace PC with wIt the theproduction thepructn theproduction
production pructn of o th the rest of the te world their theirrelative theirreltl theirrelatite
relative reltl position Ilsiton has ha been bn materially mterl11y al altere
tered tere la I 1SSS ISG the United Unie Kingdom Knom pro pro
duced over o er three times
tee ties as a much as either eith r
the United Ute States St or Germany Grma1 the out output output
put of these thes countries coutie being approximate approxe approximatey
ly l y 32 3 1412 112 14 12 and ad 1612 16 12 per pe cent cnt of o the theworlds thewrks
worlds wrks production proucton respectively rsptnJy By 1S75 1S75the 1 1SSthe
the output of the United Unitd Kingdom Knom Knomstl was wasstill wasstill
still stl considerably coniderbly greater greter than t the com cm ¬
bined output of the United Unie States Sttes and ad
Germany Gerany their tir Proprl proportion of the te total tot be b ¬
ing 45 2 N and IS 1 per cent ct respectively recthely
The Th next net halfdecennial hatdeeBnll period ptio witnessed witese
a remarkable rerkable increase IcrEae in the te American Americanproduct Americ Americanproduct
product prut and ad a a corresponding crponig relative relle de decec docrease
cec crease In thCt that ot Great Brtln Bntlain the r re reSpective
spectlve sptve proportions proProns being bing 36 3 28 and 17 17per Iiper 1
al
per cent cnt This TI Increase Inceae was maintained mlntine
in the present preent decade dde and ia I ISM IS 1SS the out output ot otPt outo ¬
put Pt o the United Klagdcm Klagm was ws oaly taly ly 34 34per 34per 34per
per cent nt that tt of o the th fatted rat States Stte 30 3 per percent pr percent
cent and that of Germany 182 1
cnt tt Genn I per cent centof contor centth0
of the worlds total
wrds totl output outputThese outputTeesttlst outOutThese
These Teesttlst statistics clearly cealy show sow that tt the
United Unie Kingdom Kingdo is rapidly rpily losing oslD Its It for former former former ¬
mer preemJuence pre lenc as a coalproducing clpoducig
power power and that tat while whie Its production pructon Is I In Increasing incresng increasing ¬
creasing cresng rapidly rpidly Its It absolute alute increase is
less than that of the United
Jes tlat tci States Stte and ad
its is relative relatTe Increase Incease considerably cnsiderably leas les
than that of o either ether the te United Cnie States or
Germany In 1S6S 1Sfi the
1 production proucion of ot these thes
three countries countriesthe the United tnle Kingdom Kngdom the
United Unit States Stes and Germany GeryIx Germanyin In the te order ordernamed orde ordernamed
named name was wa 115500000 1550000 31600OflO 3160 and 36 3G
200060 OO net tons In 1S97 181 their ther output was
2265dOeOO GOO600 200200000 and 132700000 net
tons respectivelyi respectiveI3 The absolute increase Incr
In the British production was 110980000 110980000as
as compared wIthV9S5000 wl witl 9G500otO 0 for Germany
and 16S600000 net nqt tons iir the United
States The proportional increase during
these three decades 18G8IS91 18CS1S97 was Sfi4 Sfi4per 961per 9C4per
per cent for the United nlted Kingdom as com compared compared cornpared ¬
pared with 2C61 per percent cent for Germany Germanymd and
532J5 per cent for the United States StatesCU1tRENT StatesCUBENT
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