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days day run for their money and to get et up a alittle altte alittle
little ltte party prty enthusiasm over a notoriously notoriouslycut notorl < uly ulycut
cut dried drie and canned cnned affair afair Mr Ir Hanna Hanln Hanlncnsldered Hannaconsidered Hanuaconsidered
considered cnsldered It necessary necessar to raise a com combined combine cornbined ¬
bined bine fog and thunderstorm tunderstorm thundeistorm over the thoquestion te tequeton thequestion
question queton of the Vice Presidential Preidental nomina nomination nomlna nomlnaton nomination ¬
tion ton at Philadelphia Phiadelphia He appears appear to h lavc lavchulided ave avebuilded acbulded
builded bulded unwlser than ho knew He has hasthe ha hathe hasthe
the fog fo and the te storm stor all al right but the thetrust thetrust thetrust
trust machinery does not operate operte them as assmoothly assmMthl assrnothly
smoothly smMthl as he h expected In his own ownchaste onchaste ownchaste
chaste chaste and ad elegant language onlhe aI on the floor floorof for forof floorof
of the Senate he has a pretty prety lively livelyscrap I ilvelyscrap vely velysrE
scrap srE and an unexpected unexpeted one on his hishands hi hishands
hands handsPlatt handsPlatt handsFlatt
Platt machine boss bs and ad handy trust man manof manof manof
of New e York has practically practcly declared delare war warupon warupon warupon
upon him Hanna has hI grown cold to the theothers theothers theothers
others scheme sceme for putting puttng Theodore TheodoreRoosevolf TheodoreRoseelton TheodoreRooseveiron
Roosevolf Roseelton Rooseveiron on the Vice Presidential Presidental shelf shel in inthe Inthe Inthe
the interests Interest of corporations corortons who fear to tohave tohae tohave
have him as Governor again Still Stl more morePlate morePlat morePlatt
Plate Plat Platt resents the Administration Administrton insist insistence Inslft Inslft6nce insistence ¬
ence upon upn the candidacy of Bliss Blss who is isabout Isabout isabout
about as acceptable to him as a Whltelaw WhltelawHeld WhitelawReid ielaw ielawHeld
Held would be He docs doc not take kindly to tothe tothe tothe
the decree deree that New York can have the thenomination thenomination
te tenominaton
nomination nominaton only on condition ondlton of swallowing swallowinga swalolng swalolnga
a candidate canflate to be named name from frm headquar headquarters headquar headquarters headquartars ¬
ters in Washington and without wihout the least leastregard leastregard leastregard
regard for the wishes of the State Stte delega delegation deleg dolegation ¬
tion He declares dcclare that it is a question queston ot otperseaal atpersal ofporseal
perseaal persal preference prefernce and favoritism favort m and andthat andtat andthat
that tat Hanna Hanna and Bliss Bl are thicker than thanDamon tn thanDaien
Damon Dal and an Pythias So Platt gets out his histoaahawk hist histezabawk
toaahawk t hwk and proceeds proces to ally al himself himselfwith hhnselfitk himselfwith
with itk another anher enemy of the Hannaverian Hannaveriandynasty Hannaveriandyalty Hannaveriandynasty
dynasty dyalty to wit I Matthew Stanley Stnley Quay QuayThus QuayT QuayThus
T Thus Thus us if Hanna and Bliss Bis represent reprCnt the thefrateraity te tetrateraiy thefraternity
fraternity trateraiy of Damon Dmon and Pythias Pythla the op oppotUkm opPUOQ opioItiou
potUkm PUOQ concern cncrn is linked lnke together togeher like likeEagmn lke lkegan likeThagaa
Eagmn gan and aU Abner which hich we e should call callan cl callan
an equally e ly good so combination combinationBite cobnatin cobnatinBII combinationBliss
Bite BII it I II Ic understood urto and believed boleve is issincere issbHer isslneere I
sincere sbHer in his hi desire deire to be excused excuse from fromtke fromUe fromtb
tke Ue tb sacrifice aUlce proposed prop to him hi But he may mayhave mayhv mayhave
hv have to take tke his hi medicine meicine for while whie the thePiattQuay thePattQuay thePlattQuey
PiattQuay PattQuay syndicate synlcate is busy bus stampeding stampedingthe stmpeing stmpeingtie stampedingthe
the tie Convention Cntl to Roosevelt ROvel the HannI HannaDIckGrosvenor Hanna HannaDiekGrocvenor
DiekGrocvenor DIkGrovenor team tem may my inaugurate Inaugrte some somecounterstampeding sme smeeBtestmpeing someceusteeatampeding
eBtestmpeing counterstampeding an n < carry crr the vlrtu vlrtuowt Ylrtuo virtuog
owt o and an fundproducing fundprucing Cornelius Cornelus off or his hisfeet hisfet hIsfeet
feet fet On the other band han should the respec resp rospectable
table tabe but bt not nt lees le efficient efcient fatfryer ab absolutely abslutely absolutely ¬
solutely slutely decline declne to be b victimized victmize the whole wholestrength wholestrenGth wholestrength
strength strenGth of the Administration dminlstrton may my be bethrows bethrowa
throws to Dlver Dolliver and an that would be betantamount betantamount
tantamount to his nomination nominationBoth noinaton noinatonBoth nominationBoth
Both Platt and Quay would ould like lke to man manage ma maage manage ¬
age matters maters in a way Wy to impress Impre the coun country countr country ¬
try tr with wih the te idea that Hanna Is I not the thewhole thewhole thewhole
whole altogether alogother of the trust and mo monopoly monopoly monopoly ¬
nopoly party part and that perhaps there may maybe maybe maybe
be other bosses who are entitled entte to divide dividetho didetho dividethe
tho machine macine honors and emoluments emolument but buttheir buttheir buttheir
their success suco in this thi direction directon is not pre predicable predicable re redlcble
dicable dlcble upon anything which hich appears appear on onthe onthe onthe
the surface of affairs afairs st t Philadelphia Phiadelphia Al Although Although Although ¬
though there are ae things thi gs which Hanna does doesand doesand docaand
and says sy with wih Glosterlike Goterlke modesty In Intho Inthe Inthe
the name nae and on behalf of of the te Emperor it itis ItIs Itis
is humorously evident that the former is isthe I Ithe isthe
the Empress Empres Dowager and that Kwang KwangSu KwangSu KsvangSo
Su is but a little lte fat shadow locked locke up in intho intho inthe
tho White hie House Houe for use ue or ornament as asoccasion asoccion asoccasion
occasion occion may require It I is luminously luminouslynoticeable luminouslynoUceable luminouslynoticeable
noticeable that the name of McKInley McKIney is ishardly Isharly ishardly
hardly harly mentioned mentoneC in the City Ciy of Brotherly BrotherlyLove Brtrrly BrtrrlyLve BrotherlyLove
Love Lve There the te welkin rings ring only with withhoshannas wih wihbosbannas withlioshannas
hoshannas to McKinleys keeper All Al the theRepublican theRepublcan theRepublican
Republican Republcan politicians poltcians big and little littleblack ltte ltteblack littleblack
black and white wble grey gey and grizzled gizled fawn fawnand fawnand fawnand
and wallow walow at the feet of him who holds holdsthe hold3the bold3the
the mandate of the trusts trust and monopolies monopoliesto monopoles monopolesto
to run rn the United Unied States Sttes as a brindled bridled cow cowfor cowfor j jfor
for their milking milkingThere miking mikingTerc milkingThere
There Terc are rare rre exceptions exceptons as we have havenoted havonoted havenoted
noted After Afer Colonel Quay arrived aive in inPhiladelphia InPhiadelphia inPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Phiadelphia yesterday yeteray Hanna by special specialmessenger specialmessenger peclalmecnger
messenger mecnger twice ordered him to appear appearat appearnt appearat
at National Xatonal Committee Commitee headquarters headquarer An Anequal Anequal Anequal
equal number of times tmes the exSenator exSenatorcurtly exSenatorcurty oxSenatorcurtly
curtly curty declined declne to obey Platt Plat of course coursehas cure cureha coursehas
has ha kicked over the te traces trace but together togetherthese together togetherthese I
these recalcitrants recalcirnt are a but as a two snail snailspiders SII smallspiders
spiders In the organization ornizton pudding They Theymay Theymay Theymay
may become danger spots spts on on the Impend Impending Imp Impendlag nd nding ¬
ing campaign campalg but but for the purposes purose of the thoConvention theConenton theConvention
Convention Conenton they are but as a thirty cents centsto centsto centsto
to the armor plate trust contribution contributionThere contrbuton contrbutonThere contributionThere
There Is I but one trust trst prophet prophet priest and andking andklng andking
king in the land and his name is Hanna HannaMr HannaMrs
Mr Mrs Eddys EII Inrnlj Jnrnlfhl JnrnlfhlI sic sicIt i iIt
It I is said that tat Mrs Ir Eddy Edy the mother motherof moter moteror motherof
of Christian Christan Science is at present af afflicted aftcte afflicted ¬
flicted tcte with wit vCiat hat at might be fondly referred referredto referd referdto
to by her followers folowcr as a belief balef in paraly paralysis paralysis paralysis ¬
sis which makes it I necessary necessry for her to tokeep tokecp tokeep
keep her room rom This is truly a curious de development devolopment devolopment ¬
velopment velopmentMrs volopment volopmentMrtt
Mrs rl Eddy Edd occupies a position posion unique in inthe Intbe inthe
the history hltoryor of religious relgious leaders None ot otthem orthem ofthem
them ever challenged cbalenge fate quite Quie as n di directly dlre dirdUy ¬
rectly re y as does do s she or demanded demande and ap apparently apparenty apparenUy ¬
parently parenty expectejJ exptq < an outandout miracle miracleto miracleto
to 5ustaln ustln their claims clams to power pwer Some Somehave Somehave Somehave
have assumed asumed ability abIty to work miracles miraclesthemselves mircles mirclestheeho miraclesthemselves
themselves theeho if i the te conditions conditons were wer right rlghtrothers rightother rightothers
others other have assorted that wonders wonder would wouldbe wOlld wOlldb wouldbebrought
be b bebrought brought to pass pas in their tebalf thl to save savethem svc svctem savethem
them tem or their followers foloer from persecution persecutionBut peruton perutonBut persution persutionBut
But never before in the history histor of the theworld theorld theworld
world orld has anybody deliberately delbertely asserted assertedthat assertcdthat assertedthat
that common ordinary ordinar people can cn sue suecessfully succesfuly suecessfully
cessfully cesfuly oppose opIse the forces foce of nature and andthat andthat andthat
that miracles mlrcc are as common among be believers belever beJievers ¬
lievers lever In certain doctrines as the te leaves leavesin leavesin leavesIn
in the woods of Vallombrosa VallombrosaThere Valombrsa ValombrsaTere VallombrosaThere
There Tere Is of course coure a loophole for the theChristian theChristan theChristian
Christian Christan Scientist Scientst to use as an exit exi Inthe in inthe Lathe
the case of the ordinary orlnr person pern who fails failsto fals falstcuro failstocure
to tcuro tocure euro disease dls ae by b faith faih He can say sythat sythatUC that thatthe thattlc
the UC patient ptent or the healer ealer did < 11 not have quite quiteXaUh quit quiteIaUli
XaUh tb enough though tough how it is any worse worseto wore woret worseto
to t dir 1 of diphtheria or smallpox smalpox with wit or orwftOout orwftGt orwftUeut
wftGt wftOout proper medical medIca treatment tetent than ta it itis I itis
is i tC < c pass out of this th s present preent existence existenceJhruara exlstenct existencethruzLh
Jhruara t a = h a nerclstcnt Dett belief ble in l these tee thinsra th
and an A Jlackor lack lackot of faith fait in the the powers POW8O of Chris Christian Christan christian ¬
tian tan Science SiPce has hs not yet been explained explainedBut explainednut explainedBut
But in i the case cse of the mother and origi originator orisintr origiaster ¬
aster ntr of the wholecult wholeCcult it I can cn hardly hrdly be al alleged alleged atleged ¬
leged that she has not faith faih enough to do dowhat dowhat dowhat
what any ordinary ordinar person can cn If I It I Is Ispossible Ispoulble Ispossible
possible as she se in her book bok declares it it Is Isfor Is Isfor isfor
for the average human being to become becomeproof becomeproof becomeproof
proof against disease and death she sure surely surely surely ¬
ly ought ought to set the example eX nple But she does doesnot doc docnot doesnot
not not appear to t have power ower enough over lar larown tier tierown eer eerown
own organism orgnm organem to do anything of the kind kindMrs kindMrs kindMrs
Mrs Eddy together togeter with wih certain of her herfollowers herfolower herfollowers
followers folower appears app ars to be singularly singlarly imper impervious Impervlou impervious ¬
vious vlou to such practical ideas They all allpreach al alprech allpreach
preach prech that tat It r r a woman oman who believes In InChristian InChrstan inChristian
Christian Chrstan Science has a baby by three years yearsold yearnold ear earold
old and that baby has diphtheria diphtheria it is that tbatwomans tlat tlatwomans thatwomans
womans duty to call cal In healers to pray prayover pra praover prayover
over the te littlething ltethIn and thus thu got rid of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the membrane m mbrne which hich under ordinary orinary cir circumstances cr crcumstnces circumstances ¬
cumstances cumstnces might choke it to death If Ifthere I Ifthere
there Is scarlet scrlet fever in in the family famiy of a abeliever abelever abeliever
believer belever it i is not his duty to let the theHealth theHenlh theHealth
Health Henlh Department Depatont know or Isolate his hischildren hischidren hischildren
children chidren 05 0 account acunt of a foolish foolsh belief belef in intho into inthe
the to diser disease c Scarlet Scrlet fever and diphtheria diphtheriaare dlpht1erla dlpht1erlaare
are imaginary imginay ailments aiment But But though the thesuffering theuferlng thesuffering
suffering uferlng of others oters Is not real greenbacks greenbacksare geenbacks geenbacksare
are and so are costly costy temples and other othermaterial oter otermterlal othermaterial
material aids to the happiness happines of the thehealer thehealer thehealer
healer and It remains to bo seen whether whetheror
or not Mrs lr Eddys paralysis prlygls is a fact factThe fact factThe factThe
The Chinese Reign UclJn of Terror TerrorWe Trror TrrorWe TerrorVy
We We Vy are In receipt of a special despatch despatchfrom depatch depatchfrom despatchfrom
from Tientsin today which whic conveys cnveys the theap theappalng ap appalling appalling ¬
palling palng statement sttement that tat all al the foreign foreig le legations legatons Iagations ¬
gations gatons In Pekin have been destroyed detrred and andthat andthat andthat
that Baron Bao Ketteler the German Germa Minister Ministerto nnisterto
to China has ha been ben killed kied We would be beglad beglad beglad
glad to accept acpt this report with wih some re reserve re reserc reserve ¬
serve serc but fear that It Is true tue since al although although atthough ¬
though the wires wires are down between Taku Takuand Takuand Takuand
and the he capital cpial the RussoChinese tele telegraph telegph talegraph ¬
graph gph line via Klaktlais KikUa Klaktla Is again working workingto
to within wihin a short distance of Pekin and andthe andthe andthe
the news probably probaly comes cmes by that way wayI wayIt v vIt
It I Is fearfully tearruly probable prbable that tt admitting admittingthe admittng admittngthe admittingthe
the story tory to be true tre It does do not cover the thefull tbeCul thefull
full Cul facts fact If I all al the te legations legatons have been beenattacked beenattcked beenattacked
attacked attcked and destroyed destrye there ter Is little littleroom ltle ltleroom littleroom
room for hope that tat any of the foreign forelgadiplomats forign forigndlplomat foreigndiplomats
diplomats dlplomat or other oth r foreigners foreiger in the legs legation leg legton legstion ¬
tion ton quarter have escaped escpe massacre massre On Ontho Ontho Onthe
tho theory thcr that It Is possible pssible to receive receiveconfirmatory reeivo reeivoconfrmato receiveconfirmatory
confirmatory confrmato news by way ay of Klaktla the theworld theorld theworldshould
world worldshould orld should not be b kept long in suspense suspenseIn susenso susensoIn
In regard rg to the alleged ale ed horror But It is ispossible Isposible ispossible
possible posible assuming ssu mlng that the Information Informationalready Inforaton informationalready
already at band bad came ce to a Rueelan Ru lan force ap approaching apprcingPein appreaching ¬ I
preaching prcingPein Pekin that tat its it commander cmmander may maynot my mynot maynot
not have been bee able to secure scure full particu particulars prUcu prUcular partleulars ¬
lars lar as a the city ciy is reported re rte as being bing Ifld Ifldby lfl teldby a aby
by one hundred hundre thousand thousnd Chinese Chln troops troopsmany trp trpmany troopsmany
many of them armed nred with lars and andhaving andhving andhaving
having hving a powerful pwerful equipment euipment of modern modernartillery m modernartillery m mar
artillery artilleryla ar ler lerIn
In view of the startling strtnb nature of the thenews thenews thenews
news and of what it implies Imple there is ap apparent apprent apparent ¬
parent prent danger that tat we may next hear b r of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the overpowering overpwering and butchery of the re relief relef relief ¬
lief lef column of fifteen fleen hundred bundre marines marinesand marnes marnesan marinesand
and an sailors sailrs under Vice Admiral Seymour Seymourand Sermor Sermorand Seymourand
and Captain Captin McCalla lcCIIa At last reports reprts it itwas Itw itwas
w was immobile immobie at Lang Lng Fang opposed oppe In Infront Infrnt infront
front frnt and threatened treatene with attack attek in re reTerse reTerse reverse
Terse and a d to make the te situation siuaton worse worsein worsein ore oreIn
in dire distress distres for want of water ater Re Reenforcements Raenforcement Itsenforcements
enforcements have been s sent nt the second seconddetachment seconddetachment
enforcement bn secn secndetchment
detachment detchment consisting con811tnb of two thousand thousandRussians tbu thousandRussians nd ndRusians
j Russians Rusians being supposed suppe to have started startedthis starte startetis startedthis
this tis morning They may have moved moo in inwhich Inwblch inwhich
which case cse they will wi have have to fight fght through throughthe thoughthe throughthe
the Chinese forces force now between betwen Tientsin Tientsinand Tientsinand I Iand
and Lang Fang or they tey may have been beencompelled beencompelled I
compelled compe ed to halt and fight fght at Tientsin TientsinThe TientsinThe TiontainThe
The wires lrts south suth of that place were ere cut cuttoday cuttoday cuttoday
today and that may mean men that the theChinese theChinese theChinese
Chinese are in possession pssession of the town townafter tonafer townafter
after afer defeating defeatng Its Is garrison grrisn A report reportfrom rprt rprtfrom reportfrom
from Shanghai Shan ghal last lat night stated stte that the thenative thenatire
native quarter had been taken and the thelocal thelocal
ntve te telol I
local lol officials omcials burned bure at the stake stakeOn stakeOn stakeOn
On an occasion occsion like lke the present we have havenot havenot barenot
not a word to say sy in i criticism critcism of what whatmay whatmayor whatmay
may mayor or may not appear to be b a criminal criminaldelay criminalcelay criminaldelay
delay celay on the te part prt of our national atonal authori authorities authorlUes authoritles ¬
ties in landing a rcspectebl cpcd2b American Americanforce Americanforce I
force fore at at Taku Tku to protect proect the lives lve and prop property propert property ¬
erty ert of our citizens cItzns It I Is said sid that it will willtake wU willtake
take a week to transport trnsprt a brigade brigde ot ortrops oftroops j jtroops
troops trops from Manila Iania to the scene of dis disturbance disturbance disturbance ¬
turbance At least that minimum force forceshould tore toreshould forceshould
should have gone to China with wit Rear Rer Ad Admiral Admira Admiral ¬
miral mira Kempff Kempf Kemp We have no doubt doubt that thatnow tht thatnow
now the Administration Administton will wl wake wke up and anddo anddo anddo
do something smetqlng even ven if the situation siuaton appear appearso appoarsso
so serious serous that to accomplish accmplsh anything ef effective effectve effective ¬
fective fectve it It should be necessary nece to call cl an anextraordinary anextrorInar anextraordinary
extraordinary extrorInar session of Congress CongressMilitary Conges CongesUItrevent CongressMilitary
Military UItrevent events in South Sout Africa Afric again againappear agJin agJinapper againappear
appear apper to be greatly gr6Uy in favor of 0 the Brlthh BrlthhThe BrithhThe BritithThe
The surrender surender of Klerksdorp IGerkdorp to t Hunter Hunterplaces Hunterplace Hunterplaces
places place another > oter railway riway In the hands hnd ot Lord LordRoberts Lrd LrdRobert thrdRoberta
Roberts Robert The Te Boers Bor in Orange Ornge River RiverColony RIerColony RiverColony
Colony Fouth fouth of o the ScnekalFlcksburg ScnekalFlcksburgline SenkalFlckburg SenkalFlckburglne
line lne are rd apparently apparety cut off of by the te forces forcesc for2 for2c
c Rundta and Brabant Brbant while whie Kitchener Ktchener is isdriving isdrving isdriring
driving drving the thl commandos near the Vaal Vaalnortheast Vaalnortnt VaainortheasL
northeast nortnt Botha Dota Is l retreating retratng In the direc direction dire direetion ¬
tion ton of Lydenburg Lydlnbur upon which whIc point pint It I Is Islikely < 3 3likely 3lkely
likely lkely that Roberts Robert with wih the main British BritishArmy Brlsh BrlshAry BritishArmy
Army Ary and an Butler Buler will i concentrate concentat It Itwould It Itwould
would then be b possible possible perhaps to tag tg his biaforces blsforces hisforces
forces as it I is suspected suspeted that the te column columnunder columnunder columnunder
under Carrington Crngon which has ha been befn march marching mrch mrchIng marching ¬
ing through trough Swaziland Swaziand will turn tur up be behind b bhind hahind ¬
hind Lydenburg by the time tme the Boers Ber fall fallback fo11 tallback
back that far The general generl outlook outook seems seemsto seemsto seemsto
to be b that the next next three tree or four stacks stacksmay 2eks 2eksmay
may cover the period of further turter organized organizedBoer organizedBoer OrganizedBeer
Boer resistance reistance although alhougb there may to toguerrilla 10 10sterrfa heguerrilla
guerrilla sterrfa fighting fghtng afterward afterwardIt aferward aferwardI
It I will f be an ominous reflection re eUon for ser several se seernl sereral ¬
eral hitherto hiterto shining ihlnlng lights lght of Tammany TammanyHall TammanyHal TammanyHall
Hall Hal that tht Richard Richa Croker Crer esq eq sails sals from fromSouthampton fromSouthampton fromSouthampton
Southampton on the te Lucania Lucnla today toay bound boundfor bund bundfor boundfor
for New York and scalps sclps All AI the pro product product product ¬
duct of the Ice Trust rust would hardly be suf sufficient surfclent sufficienL ¬
ficient fclent to keep kee the heads head of Carroll Crol Cram Cramand Crm Crmnd Cramand
and nd tlt U tl t Van Wyck twins cool col for the next nextweek nextweek nextweek
week week
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From Frm the Doston Dtol Herald HeraldThe Held if cial cialThe
The mas m ins = with the broadax brda u is gradually gllualy disap disappear dip dippr disappoor ¬
pear pr He le is very Vr hard har to find fn in Canada Dnad but butfC a afew afew
few fC of lila ii tribe trb arc still tI scattered Ectc along alo aiongthe the New NewHolland NewExigland e e13nd
Holland 13nd coast ct mainly on the th I r r ticbce Itb It I is isprobable isprbbJ isprobabi
probable prbbJ the te tribe trb will wi die out Olt on lie IZe spot Ept where wherethe wherethe br brthe
the flrtl blow of the broadax brubx was f truck The Theman Te TeIn Thenan
man In wih wi ii the rivet l Ie the next net step Erc in marine marineevolution aine aineeoluton marineevolution
evolution eoluton He is i a noisy nO y fellow fdlo just jut a part tht of a amachine amachine
machine rclnc and td he can Cn cover cvrr replace rftbce the pt quiet quietcontemplative qiet quietcontemplative I
cntemplative contemplative philosopher pbl phe in the tlC red re shirt bit and andOTcralu andOTrlls andoveralzs
OTcralu OTrlls who stood st in the American mrlcn shipyard IbiPIar in inlJs
days lJs that t bl t are ar past pastAVIped ps 5JUtWiped t tped
Wiped ped Off Of the the Map MapFrom SlapFrom ap apFm
From Fm the Toledo Toleo Tim TimBuffalo u uu1alo j jBuffalo
Buffalo u1alo having bvng asked ase for the next net convention of ofexConfedtrate orexCofeerte citxConfederate
exConfedtrate exCofeerte veteran ttr taar i the theSuhvle Nashville American Americanenquires Anmeal Americaneaquirec
enquires enqirE Where Wher btrp is lLama 1n and JHxond Doj line Ue any anywsyt ny i iway
Mexico lwc way wy wsyt It I b baa beet bet moved down into ito to t the Gulf G lr n1 of oflwc ofMexico I Iilcxlco j
JOt HIM II Grip firlpJf rlpI n the returns rcurs from fromPhiladelphia fromPhiladelphia rom romPhiadelphia
Philadelphia Phiadelphia are read correctly corecty young E EH E EH
H R Green eon ot Hetty Iety Green the mil millionaire mi millionaire ¬
lionaire lonaire New ew York business woman has liaslost l haslost
lost his grip on the Republican RepubIcan machine machinein machineIn
in Texas Teas Mr Ir Green Gren has been prominent prominentin
in the politics poltcs of the Lone Star State Stat for forseveral forseverl forseveral
several severl years ears and 3d at present Is State StateChairman Stte Sttehalrman Statechairman
Chairman halrman He wished to be a member of ofthe orthe ofthe
the National aUonal Committee Commitee but the the decision decisionof
of the Texas Te contests contest yesterday was wasagainst wasagainst wasagainst
against him It I is now no understood undertood that thatRepresentative tat tatRepresentatve thatRepresentative
Representative Representatve Hawley lmley will wi secure the po position po5iton pasition ¬
5iton sition There Tere were several Texas con contests conlest contests ¬
tests lest Technically Technicly the te fight fght involved the theregularity theregulariy theregularity
regularity regulariy of the various vaious conventions conventionsState conentons conentonsStte conventionsState
State Stte and district As a matter mater of fact facthowever fct fcthowever facthowever
however the decision of the contests car carried carried carnod ¬
ried with wih it the te selection selecton of the member memberof
of the National latonal Committee Commitee Mr lt Green Greenand Greenand Greenand
and Representative Representate Hawley Hawle are both duly dulyelected dulyeleced dulyelected
elected eleced delegates from trm both factions factons Each Eachof Ec Eachof
of these tese two however has ha several polit political polt polticl politteal ¬
teal icl associates who were claimed to be the thoregularly theregularl theregularly
regularly elected electe men men In nearly neary every everycaso everycnse everycare
care the Hawley people were ere seated Mr MrHawley MrHawley Ir IrHawlc
Hawley Hawlc in his argument argment for his candi candidates cadi cadidates candidates ¬
dates said that they reprvscnted repr > jented decent decentRepublican decentRepubicn decentRepublican
Republican Repubicn politics voltc in inTexas Texas Teas which ob obviously obIously ohviously ¬
viously is a slur on the Green people and andon ad adou andon
on Mr Green son of Hetty lety as well wellMr wel welJlr wellMe
Mr Mclcnnn lelenn European Trip TrlpAd TrlpAdmirl TripAdmiral Ad Admiral ¬
miral mirl Dewey Dwey does doe not state stte the Identity Identy of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the numerous leaders lEder of o the te Democratic Democraticparty Democratc Democratcputy Democraticparty
party who urged urge on on him the duty of be becoming b becoming ¬
coming a n candidate for the Presidency PresidencyPerhaps Prsidency PrsidencyPcrhaps PresidencyPerhaps
Perhaps Pcrhaps he never will wil Fancy persists perist In Inlinking inlnking inlinking
linking lnking the name of o John R R McLean with withthis withthis vlh vlhthis
this call cl of the Admiral to duty And the thesame thefame thesame
same lively lvely imagination sees see disappoint disappointment disppint disppintment disappoIntment ¬
ment written writen plainly plalnl In the trip of Mr MrMcLean MrlcLea MrMcLean
McLean lcLea to Europe Eurpe and tho McLean lcLon pro proposal pr proposal ¬
posal Psal to remain on the te other side during duringthe duringte duringthe
the te greater geter part of tile te coming campaign campaignMr cpaign cpaignr campaignMr
Mr r McLean lcLan will wi sail ail ai with wih his family aiy to today today today ¬
day on the Campania Cmpani and will wi not return returnuntil retur returnuntil
until unt the middle of September Despatches Despatchesfrom Despathe Despatchesfrom
from Ohio today are to the effect e1ect that tat Mr MrMcLean MrMcLean r rcLea
McLean cLea does not by any means meS wish wih to tobreak tobreak tobreak
break with wit the Bryan Bra forces fores They Tey should shouldread shouldread shouldread
read perhaps that tat he wishes wishe to t demonstrate demonstratethat demonstrte demonstrtethat demonstratethat
that ho has h not broken brken with them tem Mr MrMcLean MrMcLean r rlcLan
McLean lcLan has hs sent his hs personal peronal check chek for forh0O0
25000 200 to Mr Ir Bryan Bran to be used in the thecampaign thecmpaign thecampaign
campaign cmpaign Mr Ir McLean is wealthy wealhy and audpowerful androwerfui ld ldperul
powerful perul and clever but he has hI known knowndefeat knowr knowadefeat
defeat before now no In politics poltc if i not nt in bust bustPolitics buslnCS business
nCS nCSloUtcR ness nessjolitien
Politics loUtcR and Cropx CrOIJMTe CrozcThe The whisper whispr In Ininner InInner ininner
inner financial fnancIal circles cirles is i that the te present presentsharp presentshrI presentsharp
sharp shrI advance achn e In the price of wheat whet Is not notdue nt ntdue notdue
due except cept nominally nomin1y to the te recent receatdrought receDtdrought recentdrought
drought in the Northwest ortwet As a matter mater of offact otfat offact
fact fat the te Government crop cp report reort indicates indicatesa Indict Indicta
a very ver large lare wheat crop an increase incra of 70
000000 0000 bushels at leaat from frm that tat of last lastyear laltye lastysar
year ye If I sa a despatches deptcC indicate IDIcte the te re recent rC rCcent recent ¬
cent rains colns in the Northwest orth9t have savei saveitie 5e 5eCe saveithe
tie Ce threatened tratened crop in that secton socton the te In Increase Incease increase ¬
crease cease over last year yer throughout thrughout the coua couatry cun cuntr country
try tr will wi be even much greater geter Notwith Notwithstanding Xotwit NotwithManiIog ¬
standing snlng these th facts faet wheat whot Is now no selling sellingto s1nb s1nbfo
to 71 cents cenl a bushel bhel an advance of several severalcttis severalCtT5 Terl TerlCl
cttis Cl cl in the last lat month mnt The actual actul reason reasonfur reSon reSonfor reasonfor
for this thk say 8Y the knowing onoe one Is II politics politicsThe pIUc poiticsThe
The price must nust be b advanced advne during the thecampaign tbecmpign thecampaign
campaign cmpign to save sve the farmer farer vote vot Sixty Sixtycent Sixt Sixtcent Sixtycent
cent wheat whet will wi lose 10 many mny thousands thouands of ofvotes efvote atvotes
votes vote to the te Republicans Republkan it is said sai sal anJSBcent ani88cent sal80cent
SBcent wheat would hold all that
whet wuld al were weieheld weleheld wereheld
held in 181 1S9C and perhaps more One of otthe oft ofthe
the t chief arguments arment of the te Republicans Repbtcai in inthe Ii Iathe
the campaign of 1S96 that wheat
cmpign 18 was whet prices priceswould prc priceswould s swould
would not decrease decae with wih the advent of the thegold te tegold thegold
gold standard stanord Then came cme a 3 large lare crop cropand cP cPI cropand
and aD at the same sme time tme an a Immense Immens demand deand j 1 1tram
I fr tram r Hi I Europe Eurpe and ad the t remainder reminer of tho thovorld thovorld theworld
world vorld bringing with wih It money moey for the thefarmers te tefarer thefarmers
farmers farer Now ow however the te price Itre has hI been beendecreasing beendecreasing n ndereng
decreasing dereng naturally naturaly until unt within the te few fewpast fewpst fewpast
past pst weeks weks while whie the te prices price of all al manu manufactured mu mutscure macufactured ¬
factured tscure goods god the products prouct of the trusts trustshave tust trustshave
have been bn advancing adtancin steadily steadily2KLLN1KG stedUy stedUyMG steadilytIINING
2KLLN1KG MG TN li SPAIW SPAIWConsular EA1 EA1Consulnr EPAfllConculne
Consular A Awent rnt lnt HiirrlM IlrrlH Say Says the theCountry theCOlntr theCountry
Country COlntr > Is I Rich In Ores OresIn Orc Orctn OresIll
In a report reprt recently reenty made mae to the te State StateDepartment Stte StteDePrtent State1epartxneat
Department DePrtent United Unie States Stte Consular Cnula Agent AgentHarris Agentharris
I Harris Haris at Blbenstoek Bbnstk enclosed oncG a clipping clippingfrom clpls clipplagieen
from i the Allgemelne AJgemelne Zeitung 7 ltuDg published publishedat pbished pbishedat
I at Munich In regard regar to the mining and andsmelting andmeltng andsmelting
smelting meltng industries Industrie cf Spain Spin It I reads reds rs rsioiows C c cfellows
fellows ioiowsIt i ios iosI =
It I has ha bean bn known kno for a long time tme that thatSpain thatSpin thatSpain
Spain is rich in mineral Want of
Spin minerl ore ore en enterprise enterrise enterprise ¬
terprise terrise and capital Cpitl have hindered hindere the de development development derelopment ¬
velopment of these thee hidden treasures tresure but butthere butthere butthere
there are signs sigs which whic indicate that this thisstagnation tis tisI thisstagnation
stagnation stgaton will wi be thrown trwn off of Spain ex exports txports ¬
ports each a great deal of iron
ech year Ylr gret del ore oreIn or orein
I In 1S76 the Kingdom exported expre 359 39 tons ton of ofcopper ofcopper ofcopper
copper In 1S99 it had hd Increased Icre to 46
000 00 tons and in 1S99 to 1000000 100 tons tonsFrom ton tonsFrom
From 1890 189 to 1S99 1519 Spains exports exprt of lead leadincreased le leadincreased
increased increase from 140000 100 tons to 17213 1213 tom tomDuring tOD toneDuring
During Durin this time the exports of ores ol olevery ofe o oevery
every e er description descripton Increased Increae tenfold Bil Bilbao BI1 Bilbaa ¬
baa bo is I the te seat set of the Spanish Spnish iron Irn and andsmelting aa aaI ann annsmelting
I smelting smeltng works worksOres wrks worksOres
Ores Ore are also als found In Seville Sevte evllie Cordova CordovaAlmeria Crova CordovaAlmeria
Almeria Almeri Murcia and throughout troughout the Py Pyrenees Pyrenees Pyronees ¬
renees Vast fields felds ot coal cal together togeter with withunused wit withunused
unused unuse water power pwer abound abund in Astoria AsturlaNorth Asturl AstoriaNorth
North Castile Cate and Andalusia Andlusl In 1890 1890Spain 189J 189JSpin 1S9 1S9Spain
Spain Spin exported exporte S073 tons of coal coalThe cal calThe coalThe
The total ttl value of the te products pruct of the theSpanish theSpanih theSpanish
Spanish Spanih iron and smelting smeltng works work for 1838 1838amounted 188 188amounted 18Samounted
amounted to 61567000 6156i00 an a Increase Increae of 10
036000 03600 over 1S97 lSnSCE 1SP7SCHLEY
Explains Why the th Chlen Cln Chirao o and Mont Montgomery 310ntoner Montsomery ¬
gomery oner Were ere Not ot at RIo nioAdmiral RIoAdmira RioAdmiral
Admiral Admira SclIey Sc1ley has ha made a report to t the thoNavy te teNa theNavy
Navy Na Department Dpatenl from Rio under date of ofMay of1Iay ofMay
May 1Iay 11 1 on the movements moemct ot the south southAtlantic southAtatc southAtlantic
Atlantic Atatc squadron squadrn in the preceding preeding two twomonths twomonth twomonths
months month He explalns explainrtat explainsthat that he was pre prevented prayented provented ¬
vented from rom taking tkig the Chicago Chicgo and the theMontgomery te teMontgomery theMontgomery
Montgomery to Rio Ro on May Iay 1 to take lke part partIn partIn partin
In the te celebration celebrto ot the te 400th 40th anniver anniversary anniversr anniversary ¬
sary sr of the discovery discover of Brazil Brzi by the need needof needor needof
of repairs repair to the ships shipsThe ships shipsThe
The admiral admirl and his hi ata staff str were warmly warmlywelcomed wrly wrlywelcmed warmlywelcomed
welcomed at Bahla by b Governor
welcmed Bhia Goveror Vianna Viannaand Viann8and Viannaand
and were the guests of honor at dinners dinnersand dinnrs dinnrsand dinnersand
and balls bls The Te admiral admirl returned retured salutes salutesto
to the forts fort and gave gve a luncheon to the theGovernor theGoveror theGovernor
Governor Goveror and leading leding citizens cizens of Bahla BahlaThe Bhl BhlThe BabiaThe
The Governor offered ofered fa e toast tst to t the te health healthof bealh bealhof healthof
of President to which
Prsident McKInley lcKnley t Admiral AdmiralSchley Admirl AdmirlSchley AdmiralSchley
Schley responded respondedOut responde respondeOut respondedOut
Out They The Came CameFrom Cnne CnneFrom CameFrom
From the Louisville Luiie Times TimesThe Tme TimesThe
The Te boys bJ in gray had fun yesterday yeterdy telling tel teilir joke jokeon jokes jokeson
on one on another anoter Said Sid a Tennessecan TennessecanDuring Tenneen TenneenD TennerisecanDuring jke
During D an entrapment eDllment our company cmpny In I chars charsins clr charrniag
ins the enemy eney ran into a masked ke battery btt You Youtt Yoult i ibet
tt it I made nde thinga tbnl hot for us w and we w lost lot no notime notime notime
time in Retting geting to the te rear rar Aj Ae we went eying
back the th colonel clonl of a I Mississippi fisippi regiment rmrnt saw sW us usand us usand
and dashing Isbing forward orar and nd wring rng his sword sord while whilehe whie whiehe whtiehe
he glared Iart scornfully Imfuly at us u he nc helloed bolo Jake way V1
there thcr and let Mississippi lsipll in In Is We made nde way with without without without ¬
out explaining exbini exlainiug and the Mis Mississippi t iszippi ppi boys by rushed rhe on onthe o enthe
the battery oter You bet bt they the started stute back bck too toowhen to toowhen
when they thl1 found the break bre1 the th had b d made mde and andthen ad adtben andthen
then it was a our turn tu to bust 1ul As the th colonel coloneland clone coloneland
and the boys bys sped e past 3t with tie parks ul flashing flashingfront fluhingfare ail
front fr their heels bel we yelled yele Make way there and andt andet sodrt
et t Miissippi MLippi out outA out outA t tlew
A A New lew Schubert Sellultrt MnnnnerlpL lnnIcrlpt Foundrm FoundFrom Found Foundx
x From rm the Chicago Clica Tuounc TuouncA T a uc I IA
A rare re manuscript mansrllt treasure trertald aid one which hid hidbeen Iad Iadben badbeen
been ben loe looked upon as permanently penntty lost lo has h re recently re recently ¬
cently ctly been bn unearthed unerhe at Vienna YIul It U I a Schubert Schubertautograph Schubr Schubertautotlraph
autograph au the tbl tb original orignal of the composition mpition en mtted entitkd
tted titkd LcJ Lodas GMlt Gr9wnst whlh which fonn forms part of ofthe >
the Soars Snl of Oman lan TMs T1 Tis composition cmpiton pr is i In Ineluded incude ineluded
eluded cude in the complete cmplee edition ritc of Schuberts Sbubers works worksissued worksisaucd
issued but by the publishing house Lu of BreitKopf BreitKopfHartel DnitKopfHartel Breitl1opfliartel
Hartel but the only score srl then accessible acceble to t the theedition Uleeilion theedition
edition eilion was a a manuscript maUlmpt copy cpy made Jde by bv tie l C Abbe AbbeStadlcr AbbeStadier
Stadlcr who w o was a friend lred ot the t composer The TliPnewlyfound Tit Thenewlyfound
newlyfound manuscript Jnuspt consists Clis ot sixteen sitn closel cOly cOlywten cleiy cleiywritten v
i written wten sheets and bran bef the date cte of January Janu 17 lie lieIS15 17hIs
hIs IS15 It I had d formerly forery been b classified ebie among amn those thoseof toJ thoseof
of SchubcrtV Schuberts hubr writings rfnl which emanated ent from frm the tacearly theearly
early cly part par of of the OJea year ear 1S15 1S15Coming IIS IISComing 1315Cominjg
Coming nnd Going GoinjFrom GolngFrm GoingFrom
From Frm the hf Chicago bcgo N Nraa Nraahuula > fKS a a1HIU
1HIU Ull at the depoOrCoinj dttoin away Mill MillMills hilt5 hilt5MiilsYe tlt tlti5Yc
Mills MiilsYe i5Yc Yes going to tok seek my fortune flQc Want Wat t tI tgo y ygo
go I along lon = f fllt
Hills llt hulaNo No o Ire Ive jut returned zturrt from seeking skin dine dineBy ciney miaeBy
By get n y the te back bck war vay way could culd you yo lean le me a dollar dla tilt li you youget 1u 1un youget
Most of the Ior > j Comes ujueK to the the Unit United UnJ UnJe Unitcii ¬
ed e l States StJitexR StfeH StfeHR StatesIt
R E Mansfield Mansfeld Consul of the United UnitedStates Unied UniedSltes UnitedStates
States Sltes at t Zanzibar Znzbar reports report to the State StateDepartment StnteDepartment StateDepartment
Department that the to trade between betw the theEast theEat theEast
East Eat African Afrco Island Islandand and the te United Unie States Statesincreased StateaIncree Statesincreased
increased Incree considerably con ld r IY during durlnf 1SW 1S He Hesays HeS HeThe lieThe
says S
The total valuation vluaton of ivory ivor exported exportedfrom exporte exportedfrom
from Zanzibar for the te yar er 1S09 18 9 was wa 63G 63G5GJ 6G 6G5G1
5GJ ot which amount amount 205269 C569 went to the theCD tbeUnied theUnited
CD Unied United Hod States Sttes Only 255C 2ic 255675 5 worth orth of ivo ivory vo vor ¬
ry r was a exported epored from frm this port to all al the theEuropean theEuropean theEuropean
European countries counties during the to year yer or orI0E14
10331 103 less les than was wa shipped direct to the theUnited theUnie theUnited
United Unie States Sttes These The e figures fgures show that thatmore thatmore thatmore
more than tha twofifths twofrhs of all al the Ivory Ivor ex exported exported cxported ¬
ported from rein Zanzibar Zanzibr in 183 18i went to our ourcountry ourcountr OUtcountry
country countryThere countr countryThere
There was wa shipped from this port prt dur during durIng during ¬
ing the year p7007 27097 01 worth wort of chiles clIes of ofwhich o owhIch ofwhich
which 3483 P483or 483r or more than tan onethird onethirdwent onethirdwent onethirdwent
went direct to the United Unied States StatesOf Sttes SttesOf StatesOf
Of the Sl030131 I1043 wort worth of cloves ex exported exported cxported ¬
ported only 547230 129 47239 worth orth was shipped sIppe di direct direct direel ¬
rect to the te United Unied UnitedSiates UnitedSiatesThe States StatesThe Sttes SttesThe
The chief articles atcles of Import Impor Into Zanzi Zanzibar Zanzlbar Zanzibar ¬
bar are petroloum and piece goods The Thetotal Thetotl Thetotal
total totl valuation aluaton of piece pie goods good Imported In iu1S8J in189J
1S8J 189 was a 1833246 of o t which amount aount 347 347C66 37 37Gf
C66 Gf came cae from the to United Unie States StatesleE less lessthan lessthan
than onefifth oneflt of the total Practically PrcUcly ell ellthe el nIlthe
the petroleum petrloum consumed In Zanzibar Zanzibarcomes Zaibar Zaibarcomw Zanzibarcomes
comes from trm the United Unied States Stt s The valua valuation valuaton valuation ¬
tion ton ot petroleum petrleum imparted impored last yea was wasH1tGO wasl47t60
147 H1tGO 60 only 6560 6 60 worth of which hic came cimefrom umem camefrom
from m other countries than tn the te United UnitedStates Unie UnitedStates
States StatesIn State StatesIa
In the year 1S97 the total totl Import Import from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the United States into Zanzibar Znzibar WAS W 27i 27iS25 7
S25 2 the total for 1898 was wa 394805 9t9 D49 an a in increase 11 11crese iracrease ¬
crease crese of 121130 11130 for 1899 5060 50Ot an In Increase Incree increase ¬
crease cree over the previous year of 110114 110114This 1011 110114This
This Thlssbows shows a total ttal increase Increa In American Americantrade Americantrade Americantrade
trade with vlt the te Island In the past pst two twoyears twoyears twoyears
years of 231244 212 The total value alue of goods goodsexported lodl iood ioodexported
exported to the te United Unied States from Zan Zanzibar Z ZIbar Zanzihar ¬
zibar Ibar in 1S97 was 222880 2SO in 1898 283400 283400an 2840 265400an
an Increase ot C2660 666 In 1889 189 the total totalwas totl totlwas totalwas
was 422315 2318 an a Increase Increae over that tat of 1S9S 1S9Sof IS9Sof ISSSof
of 136856 and an al Increase Incrse of 199518 19518 in inthe Inthe inthe
the two years last past pastThe PstThe pastThe
The clove supply suppl of the te world Is pro produced prodUCe produced ¬
duced dUCe on the islands Islads of Zanzibar and an Pem Pemba Pembat Fernba
ba bat which whic constitute cnsUtute the te principal prlnclpl produc producing prOuc prOucI produciT ¬
ing I territory terriory of the te Sultanate Sultte Cloves Cloveswere CloY Cloveswere s swere
were at one time tme the te only economic prod product pro product ¬
uct supplied upplO to foreign foreig countries cuntrles by Zan Zanzibar Zn Znzibr Zanzibar ¬
zibar zibr and although alhough an effort etort baa been beenmado beenmado beenmade
mado in recent years ear to encourage enourage the thenative thenatve thenative
native natve agriculturists agiculurIst to cultivate a arlety va variety variety ¬
riety of crops cloves eOTe are still st1 and prob probably probably probably ¬
ably always will wil be far tal more extensively extensivelycultivated cxtenstvalycultvate extensivelycultivated
cultivated cultvate than any al other product productThe prouct productThe
The Te 1SS9 18 crop crp was wa the largest ever pro produced produce produced ¬
duced duce being binb 8661259 88GlZ9 pounds pns In excess exC ot otthat otthat ofthat
that of hUg It I may be b significant sigifct to re remark remark remark ¬
mark in this ti connection cnneton however howev r that thatnotwithstanding tet tetnotwithstding thatnotwithstanding
notwithstanding notwithstding the large crop crp ot of cloves clovesproduced cove clovesproduced
produced prouce the cleve cl c plantations plnntUons particu particularly prteu prteubrly partieularly ¬
larly in Zanzibar Zanzi Island Ilan are not Dt being beingcultivated bein beingcultivated
cultivated cultvate In a way WI to keep kep them te up p to tothe t tothe
the post pt standard stndard The Tb labor Question queton Is Isthe I isthe
the great get difficulty dlmely Since Sine the te prohibition prohibitionof prohtbtU
of o the Importation ImprtOn of o slaves slave the te supply nply of oflabor o oJabr oflabor
labor Jabr has diminished dlmffho with wit increasing Increlo ra rapidity rapidit rapldity ¬
pidity pidit each year ye r and a1d since the te decree dere of I
1S97 granting gtng freedom feeom to t the tho slaves slae the thelabor te telabr thelabor
labor labr supply suppl has ha teen ben quite quie inadequate inadaute to tomeet tomeet tomeet
meet the demands demandsAn dema demaAn demandsAn
An effort efort is made mde wherever wherevr it Is i pos possible possible ¬
sible sibe to get the freed free slaves tle to t settle s e oa oathe o onthe
the plantations panttos of their tber old mast mstw mactess rs awl awlwork sadwork
work for tor them tbe under un voluntary oluBtr agreement agreeraeateither aeet aeeteiher agreementeither aB I
either eiher for fixed fxe wage or by Riving gtvag up lp a acertain a acertain
certain number numbr of days dys to their employers employersand employersand
and devoting the remainder remainer of epYe toe tl these thaeto ti theseto
to t the te cultivation cutha i a at f plots t of ground gDd al a
loted to them for that
loe tem fo tht purpose purposeIt JI purposeIt
It I would wold seem s however bwever that tt it i is I 1m 1mpoMiMe ImwIWe irapossible
possible wIWe to get e ta k native Bhe to t take tk a I genuine geul geulInteret
interest Interet In late hi work wkot or to keep ke at It for fara fora fora
a longer lag period pr than will wl enable cWe him 11m to toexist toexist toexist
exist the tle rest ret of o fate l tine tme ia ldten Idln idleness sa This Thiscondition Tli Thiscondtt1o
OIUo condition if I continued eUDU wHI result reult ia great greatly grt grtly gem gemly ¬
ly diminishing dlmlnlslag the t cor cl ciovC crop crO and a will wi also alsohave al alsohave
have ave the t effect etet of putting ptUag upon lp the te market marketaa mrke marketan
an inferior laterr article arile for BO D matter mater how hovrgenerous bw bwgeero howgenerous
generous geero nature natur may my be b with wit a a country catry
cultivation cultivationAbou culvtin culvtinAbu cultivtioaAbou it will wl not no produce prt satisfactorily ftilacwdl without withoutcultivation wiht wihtculvtin withoutcultivtioa
Abou Abu ooe OtorU onefourth fourth of a the te total tl Imparts Impartsinto IpU Importsinto
into Zanzibar Zar zibar ia 1S99 consisted
Int Za zlbr 1f IB 0ste ot piece piecegoods JI piecegoods
goods gs a trade tr whish hIh always has h bees beesand b beenand
and probably prbby always alY will wi be b far fa more me Im Important Smportant ¬
portant prtnt than thn any other oker And An there ter is isevery I isevery
every ever reason r asz to believe bHeve that the spread spreadof spred spredof
of civilization clvJztJ in the te interior Interir of Africa Africawill Afri Afriwi Africawill
will wi Increase Incres the te demand demandI dend dendI
I quote below blow portion prton of the report rrt of ofthe ofte
the te British Britsh Acting Actng Consul Cnsul General Genrl at Zen Zanzibar Z Zenzibar ¬
zibar zlbr Mr Ir Basil Bsi S S Cave Cave for the year yer 1S 1 1vhlch 1SS 1SSwhich S Svblch
which vhlch is nf interest interestGreAt InterestGret interestGreat
GreAt Gret Britain Brtin has done fairly firly well In Inwhite inwhite
I white whie shirtings shiring greys gey and colored cloroJ cloths clothsboth clths clthsbt clothsboth
both bt printed prnte and woven but ia 11 the im important Imprnt Iraportent ¬
portent prnt branch brecb of Amerlcanl Amerlci an un unbleached unblece unbleached ¬
bleached blece cloth coth which whih Is in great grat demand demandin deman
in the interior of o Africa Afrlr and forms f0 in insome Insme insame
some sme parts rt of the country cuntr the only cur currency cr crrenc currency ¬
rency renc Manchester has h cot Iot yet succeeded succeee in inuaipetinK inrcnpeting i
uaipetinK < aptng successfully BCetuU successfully with wit the United Unitedlates Unite Unitedtntes
t lates ttes The reasons raon for this thi were we stated statedat stte stateda II IIaptng
at a length leDt In last la t years years report report The ef efforts etfor efforts ¬
forts that have been made to
for tat push pus English Englishsired EglEh EglEhproduct Englishproducts
product products In Ugda Uganda hve have not had the ceI do dosired
sired results r uls but a cloth cot recently renty Imported Importedfrom Imord imortdfrom
from Canada Cnada where the milling milng process proe > ap appears app3r appears ¬ I
pears p3r to be b the same e as a that tht adopted adopte in iaAmerica inmerc indmerica
America merc has ha beoj b far more readily r U ac accepted accepted C Ccpte ¬ i
cepted cpte and a large order orer for It has ha rcatly nct I Ibeen
been sent home The Te imports impr of American Americanhave Ame Ameiracihave = Icf Icfhave
have been ben larger laer than usual uul In spite SUe spiteof J i I
of the te fact that tat prices have hve rlea re nearly
20 per cent cent The Te supply of kangas the theprinted theprinted he heprinte
printed printe cotton ctton handkerchiefs hndkeries worn wor by b na ustire j i ithe
live women has ba been lcrc1ied confined as a heretj herebI heretafore j
fore almost exclusively ecuively to Holland Holad The TheBritish TheBritish I IBrth
British Brth manufacturers manufcturer are ae apparently apP3rnUy abe aWeto abeto I i
to t compete with wth the Dutch Dutc as a far fr as a their theirprices theirprices I
prices prces are concerned cncred but but owing to more moreexpensive moreexpensive
expensive I methods of i isuch I
epen metho printing pritng require reutr reuirasuch
such sch large lare numbers numbr to be taken tken of each eachseparate eachseparate ac acseparte j
separate separte design desg that thatlmprer importers to o avoid the therisk j jtheir
risk of having a con considerable id rblo 1rton portion of oftheir I Iteir
their teir stock stok left lett on their hands hnd when the Ce thefashion j I
fashion changes chnges prefer to place plae their teir or orders order orders
der ders In Holland HollandThe Holand HolandThe HollandThe
The demand for brass bras and copper copperwire cpper cpperwire copperwire
wire has hs fallen falen off of recently rcenty owing to t the theadvance te teadvance theadvance
advance of the Uganda
Ugnda Railway Rlhy and the theconsequent thecODeuenl theconsequent
consequent cODeuenl decrease in the te numbers number of car caravans ca caravans ¬
avans avaa which on their teir journeys Into the in interior Interior intenor ¬
terior use wire aa a one of the te principal ar articles ar astides ¬
tides tcle for forbaier barter purposes purse What ht does doescome dos doscome doescome
come Is I almost almo r entirely etrly of continental continentalmanufacture contnentl contnentlmanufacture continentalmanufacture
manufacture which whic though inferior in inquality Inqualy Inquality
quality qualy Is l equal eual to the tbehomem homemade de article artcle
in appearance appearnce ondidectdedly Cdderedl cheaper Less LessEnglish Les LesEnglsh LessEnglish
English Englsh cement cen isimported isimprted every year a acheaper acheaper acheaper
cheaper quality qualty from frm Belgium having to a agreat ageat agreat
great geat extent extent taken tke Its it place For corrugat corrugated ¬
crgt crgted
ed Iron irn sheets 5heel which ieh come mostly most from fromLondon fromLndon fromLondon
London Lndon there has h s been less les demand than thanusual thanusual thanusual
usual owing to the absence of any exten extensive extensive extenlive ¬
sive building buiding operations perUons Germany has ha a amonopoly amonopoly amonopoly
monopoly of most most other kinds of hardware
Soap Sap is still tl shipped principally princpaly from frm Ger Germany Germany
many There Theres is a aIair a fair alr trade tade in candles candlesthe cndles cndlesthe candlesthe
the most popular because
the cheapest cheapestbeing cheapestbeing
pPua te cheapest
being Belgian stearin st A fairly
arn firly large busi business bui buines business ¬
ness nes is done In enameled erdmeled eddmeled ware wre from Aria Austria Au Ariatria ¬
triaOnly tra
Only a a small smairpcentage p Vcentage centge of the Im Imports impor Imports ¬
ports por of provision prvlon comes omes from the United UnitedStates Unie UnitedStates
States Sttes This Thi Is Isateounted accounted for by the fact factthat factthat factthat
that that there are a arrr no > steamship seamship lines running runningfrom rnning rnningfrom runningfrom
from the te United Unied States State direct to East Et Afri African Afrlcan African ¬
can ports prt This lack of transportation trnsporaton fa facilities taclles facilitles ¬
cilities clles which makes transshipment trnhlpment neces necessary nec necessary ¬
sary sar and also als adds materially materIaly to the to ex expense expense exPease ¬
pense is a serious drawback drawhck to trade be between between between ¬
tween the two countries Large Lrge quantities quantitiesof quanttes quanttesor
of canned goods are consumed in this
cnned cnsmed tis mar market market market ¬
ket ket which whic under unde more favorable condi conditions conditon conditione ¬
tions ton might migt easily be obtained from trm the theUnited theUnied theUnited
United Unied States StatesThe SttesTo StatesThe
The To piece pleogds goods and nd petroleum petrleum which whichcome whichcme whichcome
come cme largely from m America Amerl are brought broughtout brugbt brugbtout broughtout
in vessels vesselsVlien resseltWhen
out sailing sUng Tesel TeselIn
When In Horseshoes lorstMIIH Were ere First Made MadeFrom 3IaleFm MadeFrom
From Fm the JCew ISess I York Times TimesITorseghofe Time TimmEorsesboce
ITorseghofe n hO arc Ir of uncertain uncrin date dte and have hT earn caused cu earned ¬
ed esme some discussion dision among amng niilitary miar historians historiansXailed imistonansNailed
Nailed aie slices otwfr were not n known knw by l b the th Creeks Grk for forXcnophon flr flrXcnpb frrIcnopbon
Xcnophon Xcnpb rives lve minute lin instr istiO iastrtjon toiH for hardening hardeningthe hardeningthe
the hoof bof Nor or did the Hooas IOt use u them the Nero Ner had hadjmiles bd bdmule hadmules
mules mule shod wa with a pate p at of silver ivr fastened falfnt by bycrossed b bcs bycrossed
crossed cs thongs UOI to the hoof bof With Poppaea Poppe his hislater hislaur hislater
later wife it is I said these th plates plte were of gold goldThe geldThe
The Te earliist arlltptw positive evidence ed nc of nailed nied chore tbo is isfurnished i isfurnished
furnished umie by the skeleton elcton of a horse Ior found fuad in the thetomb thetmb thetomb
tomb tmb of Childcric C dcc L L 1 15361 tl at a Tournay To 1C53 l
VIfir Il 1fi of the Alabnicn Senator TnIJta TnIJtaof TnI TnIJrsof
of XVoninuM onuln RlKl RIJhtH RIJhtHNEW Rights RightsNEW t tNEW
NEW YORK June une 1R 111Ir 16Mrs Mrs George E ESpencer ESpencer
Spencer widow of United Unied States Stte Senator SenatorSpencer SenatoSpnecr SenatorSpencer
Spencer Spnecr of Alabama lectured leture laat lat night nlglitat nlglt nlgltat nightat
at the Manhattan Ianhatan Liberal Llbora Club on the sub subjcct subject subjest
jest of woman oman suffrage sufrage In an an address addresswhich addres addreswhich addresswhich
which strongly advocated advocted the extension etenion of ofthe orte ofthe
the te franchise to women omen Mrs 1lr Spencer Spence re reviewed reviewe scviewed ¬
viewed viewe at the te outset the condition cmlton in law lawof lawof lawof
of married carrie women omen at at the te beginning besnnig ol the thecentury te tecentury theCentury
century when hen they the had practically practclY no norights noright norights
rights right in property or even In their thel own ownchildren onchidren ownchildren
children chidren and nd then went on to > describe deciba the thegradual te tegdual thegradual
gradual gdual progress praresS which hlh had been made madesince mdosince rondosince
since that period perIo in bettering beterIng the legal legalstatus legl leglstatus legalstatus
status of women womenThe wome womenThe
The time tme had now no come cme Mrs rs Spencer Spencerurged Spencerurged Spencerurged
urged when the propriety of giving glvln the theprivilege theprhUego theprivilege
privilege ot voting to her sex se should sould be berecognized berecgi berecognized
recgi recognized She dwelt upon upn the te beneficial beneficialinfluences benocal benocalin beneficialinfiuejces
influences in ueJce which women had exerted eerted In Inthose Int0e inthose
those t0e States which had ba granted gnted the te suf suffrage suffrage auffrago ¬
frage to theIr female femlo population populaton Taking TakingWyoming Takng TakngWyoming TakingWyoming
Wyoming as af an example eple Mrs Spencer Spencr de declared decaretht dedared ¬
dared caretht that more drunkenness and ad more morecrime morecrime morecrime
crime er erl ted in that tht State than in any anyother anyother anyother
other in the Union prior pror to the te institution institutionof Insttuton Insttutonor
of the te suffrage 8uUrge for women omen And in con contending cn cntening contending ¬
tending tening that tet women were > ere not actuated actute by byselfish bysesb byselfish
selfish motives motvc In asking for the te franchise franchiseMrs frnchise frnchiseMr franchiseMrs
Mrs Mr Spencer Spen r drew another example from fromWyoming fromWyoming fromWyoming
Wyoming When Wen In consequence cnscQuence of the thebestowal thebestoal thebestowal
bestowal of c the te suffrage sufrgo It was questioned questionedwhether qutone questionedwhether
whether wheter Wyoming would be admitted ndlto to toStatehood toStatehoo toStatehood
Statehood Statehoo the women omfn mot In convection convectionand eneton conventionand
and decided tclded that rather than th3 this thi should shouldhappen shuld shuldhappen shouldhappen
happen they would abandon abndon their teir preten pretensions pretensions preteaalone ¬
sions to a a a voice in the to affairs afair of their theirState teir teirState theirState
State State But the men of Wyoming WYOIln refused refusedto rec
to accept acept this thi abnegation abnecton and determined determinedthat deterined deterinedthat determinedthat
that they would not have Statehood Stteheod at atthe atthe atthe
the expense of the exclusion ecusion from the to polls pollsof pl pollsof
of their wives wIve and ad daughters daughtersThat daugter daukhtersThat
That at Mrs Spencer Spener declared dec1arc was w the theunion te teunion theunion
union ot man mn and woman in its It truest truestsense trest trestsens truestsense
sense sens The Te arguments argment Against slnst female femalesuffrage female8ufrab femalesuffrage
suffrage 8ufrab she asserted a serte were feeble It I had hadbeen bac hadbeen
been ben said that tat women did not desire the theresponsibilities te terespnibites theresponsibilities
responsibilities respnibites which the suffrage 8UrIge would wouldbring wouldbring wouldbring
bring The Te falsity falsiy ofsuch ouuch a contention contentionshe ctenton ctentonshe contentionshe
she maintained mantine was a obvious when wh n It was wasrecalled W Wrecle wasrecalled
recalled recle that there never was n end never neverwould neverwould neverwould
would be b an election electon where womans womas In Influence infuenc influence ¬
fluence fuenc had not been ben felt fel and where her herefforts hereforts herefforts
efforts eforts had not been ben devoted devote to the solici solicitation so1c salc1tation ¬
tation taton of votes votesAlthough vote votesAlthough
Although ltough political Utl1 parties prtes Mrs Ir Spen Spencer 3pencer ¬
cer observed obsore us use use her influence to get getvotes gt gtvotes getvotes
votes that that Influence nfuen < e without the dignity dignityof dlgit
of the suffrage sUfrge is but a poor por position positionProceeding piton pitonProceig positionProceeding
Proceeding Proceig to discuss her subject from a asociological asoiologcl asociological
sociological soiologcl point pint of view Mrs Mr Spencer Spencersaid Spncer Spncersaid Spencersaid
said that the te exercise eerise of the te franchise franchisewould fIncls franchisewould
would ould work for a higher hlgbr condition cnditon and aadbroader andbroader
broader broder mental mentalderelopment development development for women womenTHE womenT womenTHE
Ucport of the Infection InRIecton Board on ontlie onth onthe
the th Kear I lienranrae lienranraeThe rnranre rnranreTe nr e eThe
The Te report reprt of th Naval Nav Inspection InspoUo Beard Beardon BDr Boardon
on the final tal two days dy sea s trial tr of f the te Kear Kearsarge Ker Kersrg Kearserge
serge srg leaves IeVC the question fue0n of the super superposed Spr Sprpe soporposed ¬
posed pe turrets turret stilt sl opea ope The Te beard ba says saysTbe sys sysT saysThe
The T fe for four r gun bn gene ia the te forward ton turret turretwere turet turetee turretwere
were ee fired fr simultaneously simultDesly at 4O 40 iH yards yardsrange yardsrange
rlg range and an three tr of the projectiles prJet8 appar apparently appr apprety apparcatty yl ¬
catty ety fail fel in the t thejaxne e same place p Oat Ten aboet aboetsie
sie 30 yards yarc behind biD but bt in line lineTke 1e lineThe
The T four for guns b1D of the alter turret turet also alsowere 31 31were alsowere
were fired fre simultaneously t ultney and u in this thiscase tk thiscase
case c three t r projectiles pjtie apparently 3Prety fell fel in tfee tfeesame te tese teSame
se same place pce Oae Slack SiD projectile prjfe fell to tothe a tothe
the right riglt During Dring the te tests te the te blast 1 frees freesthe fr freaithe
the 8inch ia 1 the
tl guns gB te superposed spr turrets turretsdid tare turretsdid
did di not D Inconvenience lCenience the te people p IB II the tke13Inch the13Irick
13Inch 1lnck turret turretTke turt turretThe
The T automatic auttc 1 rounders lr r ia 11 the milL military milLtary m mtr ¬
tary tr tope t vibrated bt1 and an jumped jlmp when wle fired firedso Asedso
so a as a to t make further furter firing fhag dangerous daagereusThey dage dangerousThey
T They will wi be b replaced red by lighter UJbter RUBS gB The Tkebeard Te Tebr Thebeard
beard found ao defects IB the k han H
br a defet 1f t or o ma machinery m meJa machinery ¬
eJa chinery of the te Kearsarge KearsargeICAX Kerge KergePA KearsargePA1AMFRICAN
To io Be Held leld Bctivecn April prl nnd July JnlyXett Julycett uly ulyXet
Xett Year YearThe YenrTe YearThe
Te The Executive E Uv Committee Ctue of o the t Bureau Bureauof Bur Buro lIstenerof
of o American AmercRe Republics bUc decided deie today ty tact tacttbe tatthe thatth
the th seeoad Congress of American Repub Republics Pepublies ¬
s C mral Rib Rible
lies le shall shl assemble umbe la the City Cf of o Mexico Mexicoaext Mexicoseat
seat year yr some 8e time between btwees April Aprl and andJuly andJuly andJuly
July The Te Mexican Iea Goverrment Gonrment will wi be berequested berequested
requested relete to fix I Use Oe exact e ct date within the thelimits theJmlt thelimits
limits Jmlt laid lai down dwn and aa also al to send 1va 1vatoas Invitations invita invitations ¬
tions toas to the other oer American Amerin republics rpblc to toparticipate toprtkiIte toparticipate
participate prtkiIte No o changes dces have hve been be sug suggBeted sg sgte suggeeted
gBeted te in the programme progmme for the congress congressas
as tentatively tetatvel framed frI by the to executive executivecommittee exeutve exeutvecmitee executirecommittee
committee cmitee The Te Indications Inictun are ar that tht no noobjection noobjeto noobjection
objection objeto will wi be b made mad by any of the te na nations natonc antione ¬
tions tonc to the te articles artcles proposed prposd by the com committee commitee cornmittee ¬
mittee mitee as a proper prper for consideration coniderton and andthe andthe andthe
the only change chag that that may be b expected exp te Is Isin i isin
in the direction direton of add addton addtions lions to the te tents tentative tenbtve tentstire ¬
tire tve programme grograromeTHE rmme rmmeTH
Mankind Benefited Denefted by lT Their Teir Dlaap lIheappearanee
pearnncc From FrD Earth EarthFrom EarthFrees
From 11 the te Kansas l City Cty Star StarThere Sb StarThere
There Ter seems sem to be considerable cnsiderbe needless needlessregret neele needlessregret
regret rget and fndunJustfe unjustified lamentation laentton over ov r the tbedestruction thed thedestruction
destruction d trlton of wild wid animals ails It I seems see that thatit tt ttIt thatit
it not that the earth
It was wa enough tat te eah should shouldlo shouldlose
lose lo in its It Infancy Infanc the wild wld brutes brte that are areknown anknown areknown
known to us u only in their thei fossil foi forms fors formshut
but later the moa mot the auk auk and the dodo doo doowere dodowere
were exterminated eteminate Scarcely Screl were wer these theseout thC theseout
out ot the te way when man turned tured his de destructlve flustructive
structlve strctve energy eer against anst the te buffalo bufal and andthe andte andthe
the te elephant elephant and bids bd fair to remove rove them themfrom theI themfroni
from fr the th earth ert Other Othe beasts bet are ae marked markedfor mJ markedfor
for the slaughter and now there are
te sl1ghtr an ther are re ea e entire
tire tre villages 1ags in i India that tt have hae not a tiger tigerthey tl tIgerthey r rtey
they tey can cn call cl their own while a painful paInfullack
lack 1 of bears ber and ad lions lons and ai panthers pnte Is I isperceived
perceived preive In regions reion where whEr their gracious graciouspresence g graciouspresence
presence preence was wa once oce abounding aboundingVarious aoudlng aboundingVarious
Various Varou plans plns are ar proposed prpsd for preserv 1rsr 1rsrIng Breserrvlug preserving ¬
ing to the te earth et its it remaining remil wild wid beasts bea beastsbut t
I but all al the te plans plas are ar impracticable Imprctcble because becauseit becuse becuseI
I it i is not convenient conveiet to depopulate deppulate great greatportions gt gtprton greatportions
portions prton of f the te earth eat and fill 11 them te with withwild wit withwild
wild wid buffalo buflo and wild wid elephants elephnt When Whenthese Whenthese Whenthee
these thee animals animal are kept In small smal enclosures enclosuresthey enclosuresthey
they tey become be tame tme and ad lose los their teir charm charmThe char charmThe
The reason ron for fcrte the disappearance disppeance of wild wildbeasts wUI wiTdbeasts
beasts beat Is Is that the tie earth eat generally n ry is I becom becoming bm bming becomlog ¬
ing tame and domesticated dometcte A pasture pature and endplowed andplowed andplowed
plowed field feld for the te use of man mn canujt canujtoccupy CU1 canntoccupy
occupy ocupy the te space Spce of a a wilderness widemC for the theuse te teuse theuse
use of wild wid beasts beast One or the to other oter must mustgive roustgive
give way The Te harmless hmles and necessary necessarysheep necessarysheep
sheep must be given scope spe and ad verge c even eventhough eHnthough esenthough
though it i may be 0 necessary neessfry to kill ki to t the thelast te telast thelast
last last specimen speimen waives ilvC of the vicinage vicinageIt vcinae vcinaeI
It I has not been found that tt any loss 105 or orsuffering orsufering orsuffering
suffering sufering has been entailed cntled on mankind mankindby mankindby mankindby
by the th destruction destucton of wild wid animals anials Tha Thabuffalo Te Tebuflo Thabuffalo
buffalo buflo went in very ver good go season seOD Ilia lb lll de departure departure departure ¬
parture was wa w wl stll ll timed tmed with wih that of the theIndian te teIndia theIndian
Indian India who ho lived lvd on him The Te mosey mon ob obtained obtaine ohtamed ¬
tamed taine for his hide meat 1nd nd bones bnes helped helpedput helpedput helpedput
put the te white whie settler setter in the te short grass grasscountry grasscountry
country county on his hi feet feet The same 3Q rule prob probably probably ¬
ably holds hold true In I rega rg regad d to the wild wildbeasts wid widbea wildbeasts
beasts bea of other continents contnent The Te ivory Ivor for forwhich forwhich forwhich
killed has doubt doubtless doubtless doubtless
which the elephants elephant arc kied ha ¬
less been of more value than the te elephants elephantsthemselves elephantsthemselves
themselves teselves An elephant converted c1verled < nto ntopiano Dtopino otopiano
piano pino keys Is i of greater geater utility utlty than ta the thesame te tesme thesame
beast bea t and
same sme tramping trping trumpeting trmpetng in inthe Inthe inthe
the forest forestTie IOSt forestTse
Tie e complaint mplalnl that the work ork of the theprct theprdsor theprcfsos
prct prdsor prcfsos sos of natural history histor demands the thepreservation theP theprervation
preservation P rUon or restoration restorton of wild wid beasts beastss
s quite qU1t groundless goundless One stuffed stufe elephant elephantis
is of more value rue to t the te cause cue of o science sciencethan sciencethan
than a thousand tousnd elephants elepbant alive aive and wild wildThe wid widTe wildThe
The Te one biscn mounted bjtProf b ProL Dyche an answers a answers ¬
swers swer the te purposes purose of instruction instrcton for the theentire te teentre theentire
entire entre University Universiy of Kansas Ks A tiger tigermounted tger tgermounted tigermounted
mounted in everlasting everlntig dumb show com combat combat cornbat ¬
bat with wih another tiger answers nswer the te pur purmaneater purpse purposes
pse poses or sIenc science quie quite as wel well a as a lve lvemaater lire liremaneater
maneater maater lurking about the te skirts skirt of an anIndian anIndian anIndian
Indian village viage to crush the te skull skl and ad the thebones te tebones thebones
bones of a a wretched etccd Hindoo HindooTbe HlndooThe HindooThe
The earth grows gS better beter and comes cmes near nearer nea nearor ¬
er to being bing a good god place to live 10 In as a wild wildand wid widand wildand
and savage savagireatures creatures disappear disppear from it itLong itLong
Long Lng ago a the te perfect perC future was depicted depictedas depictMa
as a the time tie when hen the wilderness wideress should shouldblossom shouldblossom shouldblossom
blossom as a the te rose roe Man Ma grows grws infinite infinitely Infnie Infniely infinitely ¬
ly more useful usful and ad agreeable aecQbl as a be e gets getsfurther gts gtsfurter getsfurther
further furter from the te original origina wild wid man I The Thesurvival ThesurIvl Thesurvival
survival surIvl of docility of the te fittest ftest means mea the te triumph triumphof
a doclf
lJn 1lnrcfor Iluns for tor an ni Iniiioxln Jmllolln Structure Slr cture of ofClassic ofClassic f
i Classic Culc Style StyleBALTIMORE StleI StyleBALTIMORE
I Imposing Imposingbuilding Imsolng Imsolngbiding mgoelagbuilding
building biding cf pink granite gnie classic eute in ttyTe ttyTefive tt stycfire e
II five fve stories Reros In height heigt including hacudD the base basement h lassoment ¬
ment is io be b erected erece OB toe th site It of the thedd theI theold
dd customhouse customhou8 in Baltimore 1tlD if I the de decision decsin declsloa ¬
o 18 te
I cision csin of the te board br of Judges Jts who yster ysterfiay yetcrday ter
day dy at Washington Wahingon awarctea a awatdenlho e iha e competi competition clet coetitiea ¬
I tion lon to Hornblower Horblower Marshall of o that thatcity tt thatcity
city ciy Is approved trond by the te Cabinet Csbnet board boardwhich bord bordwhich boardwhich
II which posses pue final fa judgment judgmentIt judgent
It I was wa not not expected epted the award weak wol te temcde teI bemade
I made nde so S coon Eon but after carefully refuly examin examining exin exinIng examinlog ¬
ing the to plane plan tJ t tha 3 judges judge reached ree the t unani unanimous snanitSOliS DI DIrous ¬
mous rous decision dellon that that HonsWower Horboer Marshall Marshallshould Marshalshould brhai brhaisould
should sould be awarded avade first fra place p Winslow WIJw WIJwWethelm WinslowWeatherill ViastewWeatherlll
Weatherlll Wethelm Blgolow BioloW of Bostoo Btl stool stoolsecond sol solsecond StOOlsecond
second on the list lit and a E E C Flagg Fagg of Jfe JfeYork Ncr NcrYork e1
York had hd third tid place plc There was wa a marked markedsimilarity mrked mrkedelIlarty markedeimllarity
similarity elIlarty in the t plans plns submitted sbite most mo of otthem oftbem ofthem
them calling clng for comparatively cmprtvey low struc structures src srcture structures ¬
tures ture and c contemplating Deplalng buildings biding of a aclassic aclassic aclassic
classic style styleThe syle styleThe
The design delgn submitted sbmite by Messrs Mesr Horn Homblower HOlnblwer Hornblower
blower Marshall Mrhal shows abo1 a building bltUlg le leclassic II inclassic
classic cuslc etyle with wIh a a front similar smlar to t that thatof tat tatof thatof
of the Treasury Treasr Department Depret Washington Wabtl WashingtonIonic VashlsgtonIonic
Ionic Ionic pillars pia extending extendng from fom the te seoad seo to t I Ithe Ite Ithe
the te fourth four floors noor It will l front frt on OaT Gy OaTStreet I IStreet
Street Stret and an occupy oupy the te ground gua DOT nw now covered coyerl coveredby J I
by the prof prent present ent building bullln and ad extend at back backto bk bkto backto
to a tvrentyflvefoot tweaty vefot alley alpy The building bUdtn bUdtnI buildingwill j jwill
will tral trl I court courtSir curt curtSix courtSix be b b Esltaped Ea1ape doing don away 81 with TUs a ceo central cen centrl ceotrel ¬
Six or eight eigt monrLs mon will wi be allowed alwe the thearchitects te tearchleeL thearchtects
architects to complete cmp te the oe drawings dwngs for forthe to tothe forthe
the working wong plans pl It will wU not be neeasary nc
however 018Ver to wait that tat long IOg to commenceoperations commence commenceoperations mmenc
operatons operations as the te clerks clek can cn be b trantf U tranaferad tranaferadto ered eredto < rd rdto
to the temporary temprr Court Cut House Ho when whe the thenecessary te tene8sr thenecessary
necessary ne8sr repairs rplr and alterations atertins ae made madeand mde mdeand madearid
and the te work of tearing terlug down the te old Cus Custom Custm Custorn ¬
tom tm HcsoO Hc e commenced The site will be becleared becleared becleared
cleared and as soon as the working plans plenaare pI plansare ems emsare
are approved the foundations will be b be be begun r rgun
gun The letting of o the bids will require reqnlrasome reqairsome requiresome I
some time EO the Supervising Architect of otthe
the Treasury does not expect to begin work storkon workon ork
on the new building before spring springAs springAs springAs
As a compensation coI1 asatlon for the plans and for fordevoting fo fodevoting fordevoting
devoting their time to superintending the theerection theerection theerection
erection of the building Messrs Horn Hornblower Hornblower Hornblower
blower Marshall will receive 5 per cut ceaten cutcn centCa
en 1210000 the estimated cost ef the thebuilding thebuildlBb thebuilding
building The total appropriation was was15eee0 wasn500eeo
15eee0 of which l hleb 2WO 2G 260010 0I 0 has bee re reserved resened scserved ¬
served for the interior work and the ar architects ar archltecta atchitects ¬
chitects were requested to keep their es estimates estlmat ustimatea ¬
timates tlmat s within the remaining 1OiO 1OiOUnder L3 taooUnder 090 090Under
Under the accepted plan the Government Governmentwill Goreramectsill > t till
will ill save ve S6 GfM or almost the fee of o the thearchitects thearcl thearchitects
architects arcl tects which bleh will 111 be i iI 2Nt 2NtIt 2OOIIt
It I t has been proposed by the department departmentthat departmeBttltct deartiaeatthat
that the successful architect allow the un unsuccessful liDsueeessful etasuccessful ¬
successful ones 566 apiece from Ma fee feefor feefor
for their trouble In preparing the plans for forthe ferthe forthe t
the coap competItion tiUoa Messrs eNrL Hornbtewer HornbtewerMarshall 1I0rnblowerarshaJl llornblowerMarshall
Marshall arshaJl were among the first to accept acceptthis acceptthis I Ithis
this proposition so they will pay each ach ch of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the ten uasttcceeaful u ul competitors the theamount Uleamount theamount
amount coined reducing their fee by by59M byiGM bysLose
iGM iGMThe sLoseThe 59M 59MThe
The plan pi will be submitted to what at Is Iskaown IskBown heknown
known as the Cabinet C Board consisting ceMtettegof
of o the Secretary of the Treasury the Sec Seeretary i iretary
retary of the Interior and the Postawtster PostawtsterGeneral P05tJMSHrGeneral PoMeMsrGeneral scji scjiretary
General and if approved by them the w wcaitccts arcltltects ascbttects
caitccts will be called upon to alga a eon coatract ecMItract eontract
tract at once They were noticed of their theiraccess tMlrauccesc theirsuccess
access reeterday afternoes afternoesTbe altenaooaTJe afternoesThe
The board of Judges jud H was composed of ofMessrs ofMeesra I
Messrs Walter Cope and E E V Sealer of efPhiladelphia ofPJlfldelpbia ofPhIladelphIa
Philadelphia W Longfellow of Boston BostonJames BNtoDJeuu9S BostonJames
James G Hill of Washington a on and an Seper Sepervteiag Sestervising Seporrising
rising Architect Taylor TaylorBOER TaylOBOER TaylorBDEE
A 1 Chicagoans Chlc onnlI Arjmnicnt to Be Pre Presented Preseuted Prosented ¬
sented to the President PresidentBALTIMORE PresIdentBALTIMORE PresidentBALTIMORE
BALTIMORE June IS lSThe The Boer ea eaveys en8ys earays
rays 8ys changed c aaged their minds yesterday yesterdayabo4tt yesterdayabo4ttleavIDg about aboatleaving aboutleaving
leaving Baltimore and eve decided te testay testay tostay
stay here for a few days daysLast daysLast daysLast
Last night nlg t the the three delegates Messrs MessrsWeasels MomssWeasels es rsWttSSels
Weasels Fischer and We Wetaken W Wsimora were weretaken weretaken
taken te the Elks Expesttie E and gtoea an asenthusiastic j jenthusiastic
enthusiastic reception receptioned IM They were greet greeted greeted I
ed at the t e gates by Chairman aa Benson Ba of ofthe ofthe atthe
the executive committee and escorted to to1M tothe j jthe
the grandstand graD taIMl where wIt ere Exalted Exalt Ruler RulerChftiies RltlerCharles IbsierCharles
Charles A Knapp made na address ef wel welcome welcome welcome ¬
come The T e visitors rs were sbewa sbe about t the thetrades tltetrades thetrades
trades exhibits and then taken into the theMidway fbekhvar tan tanIIdway
Midway khvar where they remained until 11 11oclock 11oclock 11oclock
oclock r rvisited Every show on the gr grounds uoos was wasIetted wasvisited
visited out the e one that pleased the en envoys CDoys enroTs ¬
roTs oys the meat was that containing the thepictures tilepictures thepictures
pictures of f the Boer war They spent spentnearly spe spentnearly t tnelirly
nearly an hour looking 1ookl > g at these theseMayor theselayor theseMayor
Mayor Hayes received a letter yesfrday yesfrdayfrom J9Sthtiayfrom yostbrdayfrom
from Edmund H Smalley SmJl an attorney of ofChicago I IChicago IChicago
Chicago who is prominently identified identifiedwith IdentlledwIh identlAedWith
with the movement in this country in be behalf behalf behalf ¬
half of the Beers In the letter was en enclosed eaclosed enclosed ¬
closed a copy of an argument prepared by byhim byhim
him for presentation to President McKIn McKInley McKinley lcKlnley ¬ I
ley regarding the reception given the en envoys enoys envoys ¬
voys oys of the South African Republic He Herequested Hereque5t Herequested
reque5t requested d Mayor Hayes to hand this pa paper paper paper ¬
per to the envoys which was done today todayIn todayIn todayIn
In his letter to the Mayor Mr Smalley Smalleysummarizes Smalleysummarizes Smalleysummarizes
summarizes the argument to be presented presentedto
to the President as follows followsDivesting folloUsDivesUog followsDivesting
Divesting their cause ca e of all Questions of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the rights or wrongs ot the controversy controversythe controversythe controversythe
the paramount enquiry Is whether It is isnot isnet isnet
net a breach of modern international law lawgoverning la labOvtning lassgavrning
governing civilized Christian states to an annihilate annllate annitllate ¬
nihilate two independent nations by the therevival therevival therevival
revival of the th law of conquet While we weneed wereed weneed
need not interfere we have the right of a asovereign asovereign asovereign
sovereign nation to officially declare our ouropinfon ouropinon curopinion
opinion on the subject in order that a adangerous adangerous adangerous
dangerous precedcat be not established establishedOur establishedOur < t tOur
Our friends at least those whom hom I have haveseen hnVtI haveseen
I seen believe that the envoys should re renew rct renew ¬
t new their application for such an expres expression exprellsian expressloe ¬
sloe basing it solely on the ground stated statednot statednot statednot
not asking for an interference brit t t for an anexpression anexpression anexpression
expression cf opinion of our Government Governmenton
on the refusal to grant terms of peace on onterms onterms onterms
terms recognized by all civilized and andi andChristian andChristian
i Christian states and a protest against the therevival therevival therevival
revival of the law of conquest conqu t as applied appliedto
to Christian states statesCUKBENT statesCURRENT statesCURRENT
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little advice adviceIt
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ahead in this country Pat said the Scotchman Scotchmanbut SCltchmanTwentI Scotthmanswentr
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head h d the instructor iastrnct r remarked U describe a amans amans anasas
mans condition when he is is not in his right lIt mad raiwlor mador mindor
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the language lilc in its jJainer forms and had advanc advanced ad1llncffl ¬
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she taiB a decree of d fitsorce and resumed HI HImaW barmaiden
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natives of the antipodes proelafes a ddieioa deliriMiWe edi edible e ehOe ¬
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IB Leaden IodI1 the t International IlItfrmti n21 conference farjhe farjheprotect far Ute Utepn thepeotertlea
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gao and was opened by delegates from many manycomtrifp IIWITC08 manycountriec
comtrifp C08 Concerted Cenent action is necessary ZI ry la order orderto enkrto erdesto
to obtain an international agreement a te restrain restraintke I15tnbtke restrainthe
tke extermination of many o or the rananab birds birdsand Itinand birdsand
and fishes in Africa AfricaTexas fria friaGreat frieaGreet
Great Interest is felt in the ceases rebus from frenTexas fromTexas
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country will bare a surprise when the e etor etor emm emmtot
tor hands hars ia T Tpapabtion his hi igures They expect tINt the thet thetmus
t tmus wilt show a bigger pen8b percentage el 1 Ma gil gilpepesatloa Jra JraJl
papabtion Jl ia the last decade thai tha that thatany Ie IeaDJ bi bianF
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operation Officers ef the Yesemite mUe are eaasad eaasadia e Pldis
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the most in important frtant aij uljenets nets o of every aatknol aatknolpolitical 1III1tiG 1III1tiGneHtieat sotiensipolitical
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Fx pa came to Coaadteville Saturday ffrenoaa ffrenoaawith irsneawith
with a queer pet under his coat The p put t was weebaitercan a ahaHcrewn
haHcrewn groundhog and was as tame as a akHwn a akitten
kitten Them captured five et the wild aafanak aafanakwhen anizmahswhen
when they were qwit quite yoartr and raised them themsbeet themabout
about bU hoW All the groundhogs are iSp iSpmistleated < o omcMieated
mcMieated and make fine pets petsin petsA
j A company forsaid in Liverpool and Manchester MaaeitcfUre Manchesterprepoers
prepoers to c2TT out a scheme e of rapid transit transitiaveatrd trmnltinvented
1 invented hy a Mr Behr The Ha line is to be bejasno bejasnorail jaoao jaoaoralU
ralU rail with no intermediate station between le letw shetee
tw tee cities 5551 nd with me crossing The speed U to tobe tobe
be ion rai miles aa boar and ears are to he na every everyten everyten
ten minutes The time of f transit between the two twoTh twocities
cities is caisected to be St inimsuic inimsuicThe
Th The weather eflfee Oce records in Chicago show that thatthe thatthe
the 2Sth et Aaril has been clear IB that city i far fartwentyfire r rtwentyfive
twentyfive years past not a dr drop ef rain havia haviafaHca horSes horSesfallen
fallen there oa that day since 1S7S Five years yearsaeo yearsago
ago says the Chicaco Post there were bat batsix butsix
six sunny days In AariL It rained every day fee feea
a week preceding the AStir and for a wesh after afterlint
lint the th was dry ad cloudless
Few people are aware of the Scriptural a anertis anertistInt ertten erttentiat
tInt the Prophet Katem was 2WO yafs ahead ci cietsI l lold
old Mother Shipton who predicted that carriages carriageswould carriageswould
would go without hones and that tfc the world worldwould whttdwould
would be filled with accidents Sabanrsafel char chariots charists ¬
iots should race threoBb the streets a and d jostle jostleagainst joetieagatnstcach
against agatnstcach > ach other run like lightning MM sod se seem seemlike ra ralike
like torches He certainly must have predicted predictedthe predictedthe
the advent of trolley cats catsTwo carsTwo
Two hundred and nicety millions of debars deltass f let letpoultry r rpeultry
poultry tie proceeds of ene year cempar esmpirid dT wIth wltaS1SOG03COO wIth1S0n0b0
S1SOG03COO 1S0n0b0 f for r hegj for the same time tells with withemphasis withemphasis
emphasis the enormous magnitude of the peultry peultrybusiness peeltrybusineca
business It becomes startling when it is re remembered remembered ¬
membered that we are still importers of GK GKfor ggt ggtfor
for see should supply every beers demandand demandandbe
be able to export besides England imports 135 135UOlll 13 134011l
UOlll dozens of ess cscs at a cwt of 2030533S 2030533Sand M 65 3 3ind
and we furnish 47033 ot the amount amount or did it itin itin
in 1S3T

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