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The > 3Iy tlyter 1ysiery ter > of the LcKitlonN Lc utlonH utlonHLondon
London despatches today todn advise us that thatall
all Europe is I again in deep anxiety anxl ty and ant1suspenw
suspense concerning the fate of o the min mlnI6ters
latera and other foreigners orelgner in Fakir P kir At Atlast
last we have a message from Rear Admiral AdmiralKompff
Kompff announcing the arrival of Sey Seymours
mours mour8 column and wounded at Tientsin Tientsinand
and stating that neither Minister Coager Coagernor COJgernor Co3gernor
nor any other of o the diplomats was wth wtht
tbe t e party The chances arc rc growing strojgly strolglyin
In favor of the theory that the ministers mln1st rs rstheir
their families suites nnd 1n nd guards have havenever
never left Pekin Vic Vice Admiral Seymour SeymourIs Sem ur ur1s
Is quoted in one massage mes nge as stating in inTientsin Inrl InTThnis4e
Tientsin rl I tsh that he believed the ministers to tobe tobe tobe
be now in the capital and a Chinese ChIuos re repert
pert definitely assorts that they the were w re still stillthere
there ca the twentyfifth and wore re recelvl8g
celvlag protection from mm the imperial au autherIUes
therities therIUesOn
On its face e therefore thereo as far as the le l lgntlons
gatlons are coacerned the situation mist mrstbe
be regarded as alarming The native ste j I Irles
rles that the ministers were ere with itk tha th 1 j
F Pekin relief column which have afforded aUocdedJteat
great eoosfort eo fort to the civilized world orld for forSeveral
several days da now prove to have b b2el b2elmde ea
made out of whole cloth Their falsty will wJ11have
have th thlatest the effect of utterly discrediting the the1atest
latest one If the ministers were site IB laPekln
Pekin OB the twentyflfth the obvious obviouspolicy obviouspolicy obviouspolicy
policy of tho TsunsllYansen would wl Ild > have haveboen barebeen
been te permit them at leaet to tssare their theirGovernments theirGovernmeBts
Governments of the fact But not a line linehas liReh i
has h coffle < from any of them since the four fourteenth fourteenth ¬
teenth and the necessary Infereacta IDeructfi ao aomeet aemellt I
meet unfavorable unfavorableAlthough unaraleAJUlough
Although some light may rea be shod upoe upoeIke UJlOf1t I Ithe
the t e matter at aay tine if we consider oaly oalythe ollythf oai r rthe
the cenditieBg as they t y appear today tod there th re reseoms r C
seems to be little to encourage onoou e a hope that thatwe at atWe L
we shall be able to know the fate cf Mia KiBter MIslater
later Conger and his tl family aDd coitea coIcacueJ coIcacueJuntil co1eaue uei ueiuntil 3 1
until a sufficient force can be moved to toPekia toIakia t
Pekia and the city has been taken Every Everyhour Eyeryhaur Ever r rhour
hour of o doubt strengthens the th suspicion suspicionthat suspicionthat 1 1that
that the foreign representatives and their theirpeople theirpeople that r rpeople
people have either been n massacred or car carried carried carnod ¬
ried off into the interior la the latter latterevent lattereeDt lette r
event the ultimate result probably also alsowould alsowo als
wo would dd be massacre The Chinese authori authorities authorities authorities ¬
ties wherever they may be supposed to tohave tohave t 0 0have
have Means ef conHaunicaUon with PekiBhave PKlshave PekiB I
have been acting and still act aet consist consistently hitentI ousetutently ¬
entI ently with the hypothesis that they the have havesomething hayesoDMtMag hay S
something of a startling nature to conceal concealThe ooocea eascealThe
The Yellow Terror appears as terrible terribleVhlle terrtbl terrtblas 1 1as 1
as over
CtuJetn Imneriall IuiierjaIisu IuiierjaIisuWhile lU lUWhl
While Whl the country generally bas sever seversod Bever8od soya r roaoet
oaoet sod to resent Otis Otl and the action of the theAdministration theAdlHll th e eAdailatatration
Administration AdlHll tration IB keojrfug him in the t e Phil IhilIppiaes lbilIttftiRea Philisea
Ippiaes as Viceroy Vl eroy aDd CaptainGeneral CaptainGeneralwbea CaptaillGeaeralWheR CaptataGeserawhoa
whoa American sentiment Mnt nt universally de demanded demanded doruaneled ¬
manded his recall there bare been occa occasional oeesl9liBI oecaMesal ¬
sional ftttaptetoos that the blame for his hishortceraings 111ahortcemlDf hi S Sahortcemlnge
hortceraings < might be divided with Uh bis bismasters Ii Iimasters hi 5 5masters
masters in Washington WashingtonAs ashIDston ashIDstonAs
As as illustration of the propriety of ofsuch Isuck o 1 1suck
suck a theory it will be remembered that thatwhea thatea the I Iwhas
whea ea the time of the t e Spanish war volua voluateers volusLeers olua oluate4trtr
Leers on service er lce In tile archipelago bad badexpired hadaxpiretJ ha ci ciux4ree1
expired the Administration loudly declared declaredthat deelaredtlmt d dthat
that most of them wanted to reenlist and andwere altditre as ci ciwere
were itre too patriotic happy and contented to tothink totJlluk t 0 0think
think of coaling home Friends of the tbeenlisted theonllsted th e eonlisted
enlisted men sad the press s were extremely extremelyourious extremelyourlous extreei y yourloue
ourious and doubtful on the point and andbombarded andbomkrded an 4 4borabarded
bombarded the War Department Depnrt Bt with withroaay withmaay wit h hmaay
maay questions Private letters from fromthe fromtile fro i ithe
the Philippines were not of a char charncter charncter chaiactor
ncter to bear out official assertions lIII ertions on the thesubject thesubjCt th C Csubject
subject So Otis was Inctructed to give the thestatus thestatus lii Le Lestatus
status of the case by cable It is stated statedthat statedthat state 4 4that
that on receipt of his response the War WarDepartment Wa ar arDepartment ir irDepartment
Department hung out tho following bulle bulletin bulletin buIlttin ¬
tin tine1
Vetanteera e1 ntHm willing to remain remainThat nm21aThat rrmalnThat
That would have been highly creditable creditableto e eto
to the volunteers and indicative of a truly trulyChrl trul y yChrIstian
Christian Chrl t1an spirit of patience all things in including Including I Ieluding ¬
cluding Otis considered if it had been beentrue beentrue bee n ntrue
true But it Is claimed that thatanOhie an Ohio Rep Representative Representatlve Re 4 4rosantattve ¬
resentative in ii Congress found means to togot togot I o ogot
got access to the original despatch and andfound nndfound an id idfound
found it to read readw readlHtPH9 readValeMeere
lHtPH9 w HwiltinK to reenlkt but willing silib cc
to nlRClla until ntil fHt further r tnixperU arrive arriveThe arriveTile arriveThe
The genuine message mes ngelt it will be observ observed obeer obeered ¬
ed shewed that the volunteers were net netimbued DOtImked m et etimbued t
imbued with as much patience as they were werewith werewltk we re rewith
with a streng desire to be resigned The Theincident TheIDCldut TI ie ieiaddeat > c
incident I Is one long closed ed butit bas not notlst DOtl s ot otlost t
lost l et its suggaativeness ugge tiV8D 98 It naturally leads leadsoe leadsHe leai Is Isose 8
oe to wonder if the news from our Far FarEastern FarEstarn F er erEastern r
Eastern carpetbag kingdom is juggled juggledwith ju juggb letJ letJ1t eel eelwith
with sew as it It was wont to be in the thedare thedays U lo lodays 6
days of Otis 9t pile l Why do not we hear some something Some Somethlag soen C Cthiag ¬
thing new and then from our subject subject the theSultan theSultall tI 20 20Sousa e
Sultan of Sulu and his Interesting fami family famlly farn farnly ¬
ly with whom as a matter of course course the thepalace thepalaee U 0 0peisee
palace at Manila maintains Intimate rela relational relatlone rd a alions ¬
tional lions Why has not the public been fa favored fayored f a avored ¬
vored with some Information in regard to toMooeignor tofon6lgnor toMoaotgnor
Mooeignor Chapelles progress in settling settili settilithe
the trouble about tho friars And why whyare whyarc wi my myare T
are the private reports concerning the therichness therichness t he herichness 3
richness and enjoyabillty of the noncus noncustomhouse noncustomhouse 3 3tomhouse ¬
tomhouse commerce of the Islands nega negatived no a aUre3 ¬
tived by demonstration that the Philippine PhilippineRathbones PhilippineRathbones Phllippl as asRathbones 8
Rathbones and Keelys are all that their theirpatrons theirpatrone the 1r 1rpatroca r
patrons and business associates expected expectedthem expectel1them expect ccl cclthem j
them to be beThe beThe beThe
The answer probably Is that carpetbag carpeth 116 g
imperialism is a plant which flourishes flourishesonly flourishesonly flourish flourishonly 3
only in the dark and that a streak of pub publicity pubItcHy pu pulicity i ¬
licity Is to it as Kansas
a cyclone to a ahayrick ahanick a1Iar
Havrrln Uarrl 1Iar r1e Bombardment BombardmentThe DombardDl Bombardmentllie nt ntIbe
The furious and earsplitting assault assaultwhich assai ult ulthlch i iwhich lt
which hlch the wild and untamable Harries Harriescommitted HarrJescommItted Barr es escommItted a
committed on tho city of Washington Wed Wednesday Wednes We d dflesday ¬
nesday nes ay night nigbt has not been passed over in insilence Insilence insilence C
silence by all the sleeprobbed sl probbed victims of ofhis ofhis ofhis j
his noise Complaints were pouring in iDat iDatthe at atthe atthe
the District Building all day yesterday yesterdayand yesterdaynnd yexterd cy cyand
and the Commissioners felt obliged to take takesome takesome La ke kesome
some notice of them They hey asked Major MajorSylvester fajo fajoSylvest aJ lot lotsylvester
Sylvester Sylvest r to Investigate He promptly promptlywrote prompllywrote prompi 1 1wrote
wrote a cote to Harries asking that vio ri Lo ¬
lent len t eccentricity if i he had taken the th trou trouble tronto ¬
ble idetie to procure a license l c nse from the authori authorities authorities ¬
ties tie s to explode explodtrfirearrns firearms within the District Districtbefore DlstrlcLfore
before be bear fore ordering a general general cannonade We Weare Wee e I Iare
are ar e not advised AS e to the answer but un understand understlIld ¬
derstand de ratand Harries to have asserted that he
j was amply protected by byJhe the terms of a aI
I I statute sta tute authorizing the militia to parade I
I and ane an d Indulge In movements conducive coWuclve to togood I Igood
good go ed order and military discipline dl lpUne
It will probably be discovered that the thelaw thew I
law la w in question does not and nd never was wasintended wnsI
I t intended in tended to cover coverpurposetess purposeless an senseless j
outrages ou trages upon the peace and comfort of ofthe
the th e community commun lty < Certainly the citizen sol soldiery I
dicry di ery enjoy no greater privileges prlvll ge3 in respect i i
of noise and annoyance to tho public publicthan
than th an are permitted to the regular services servicesmilitary I I
military m ilitary and naval An Army officer would
I never ne ver think of shocking sick and wounded I Ipeopl
people peopl pe ople In hospitals delicate women and I IJoung i
young yo ung children with such a pandemonium I Ias
as asfr Harries caused without IU out special orders ordersfrom ordersom
from fr om the War ar Department which would wouldnever wouldnever
never ne ver be issued without sood 00 reason reasonEven reasonEven
Even if there were a chance that Har Harrlos j
rlos rl os offensive action could be justified un under
dor do r a friendly stretch of the law his dls dlsregard dlsregurd
regard re gard for the rights of our citizens would wouldstill wouldstilI
still st ill render the bombardment a serious of offence offence
fence fe nce against n nlnst decency and good manners mannersIf mannersl
If the firing of blank cartridges from the theFern
Fde Fern F ern at midnight to kill the th mosquitoes mosquitoesdefending
defending de fending a a mud flat against a landing landingparty
p party pa rty is considered necessary to the train trainIng
ii ing in g of crews and battalions batalons in the art ar of ofar
v war w ar arS are there not midnights mud flats flatsand fats fatsand
a and nd mosquitoes mosquitos in plenty down the river riverwhere riverwhere riverhere
v where w here the Fern could get into action with wlh wlhoul
0 out ou t the assistance of a tug and where the theinforal
ii infernal inforal in fornal racket would not murder sleep in Inasblnton
Washington W asblnton asblntonWe
We have no Idea Ide that Harries Iarro had the te teslghtest
s slightest slghtest sl ightest excuse ecuse for his exasperating con conduct conduct
a duct uct on last lat Wednesday YonOday night and feel reelrasonabl
r reasonably rasonabl re sure that the War Department Deprtment Deprtmentwl
v will wl w ill take the same view vew of the th matter Uter Uter311Inr
Military 311Inr Friction Fricton In Clilnii Chlnl ChlnlReprt
Reports Reprt from China of disagreements disgreements be betwen
t tween twen tw een the officers officer of the several govern governments ger
n ments ment an ents acting together In the field feld aecon aecontuate accentuate
t tuate tu ate the danger of international difficul dlmculto
t ties to ti es which plainly is growing as a the te con cn cnUngents
t tingents ti ngents of the different dilerent powers pwers assume assumeconsiderable Bsume BsumecOBslerablo
c considerable cOBslerablo co proportions proptis Vice Admiral AdmiralSeymour AdmiralSeymour
g Seymour eymour is reported reprte to have notified notfe his hs I IGovernment
c Government G overnment that
strong strng British Britsh reen reenforcements
j forcemeats fe rcoments must be landed lane or Russian Russiandomination Ruula
domination domiaton d 3 over the t e operations opratons will wl be b
c complete co rnplete It Is ItJaId jssaid said that fie le had hard work workto
j to get alauffwlib al 4ih lire b Russian R11an colleague cloe on onthe
t the th 0 expedition expeiton toward Pekia Pekln and stories storie of ofsimilar ofsimiar
similar simiar si milar frictions are constantly
trcteD ctaaUy cropping croppingout croppingout
o out ut
The whole military miiary business bsne In China Chinaappears Clln Cllnapr Chinappears
appears apr a to be b In a state of muddle mule and andthis a athl
this thl t his is I meek mu to t be h regretted regte The Te out o
look lo l ook for fr international IDteUol peace pe is i bad 1 when whennation hea heathe
the t he tr troupe of CenatoD use nation reftteo rerte to Sgat Sgatcheerfully tht thtcherfuly
cheerfully cherfuly c under u r the t cowraaad c of o a asenier aMDIr aenior
senier s oSeer oeer bee bg8g baIagIag giBg to another al In IBthe InU Inpteeest
the U preseat peat coo eJk coasedies eetia it I is I beeoniag liDg liDgJe
more Je sad a more Me plate pt als that t there r will wl be Hextre
i extreme extre e dlfltenlty dOly IB eoodttetiag e ig large lr
i i operations o ratl In which bodies be of o English EnglishRussia Enli EnglishRussian
Russia Rui and D Japanese J D troops tr Blight t be becle bealled
called cle c upon up to t eoooerate eote The T Russians
are a re distinctly d8IDty MBwiliiag tawilla to t serve Mr trader 1
Japaaese JaH officers r and aD rice wares The Theformer Te Tefof Theare
former fof are a equally < uaUy opposed o to t British Britishcommand Brt BdttI I
command eDd and 0 this til feeling teUD oa 01 their part partto pt ptJ partis
to J shared she by b bl the ti Germans Oe who wb openly openlystate oDly oDlyMae openlytate
state Mae s tate that t t they ty are without wt eo C osdeaoe Mea e is isthe Int Ic I
the t he military mmtry skill al af th 1 tbe Queens Q j jand PI grah I
and ad colonels cl It I is I I going to 1 bo bosecure h hard r to toMan it c Ic
secure Man concert et of o aottoa Ml If < eaMpalga eaMpalgais e I
is j to be taught fot with 1tl Mixed Ixe troops I As Asfar Aarar I
far as s we can eo judge j1 none D of o the U tk COB C
ftictlag flcta J elements ea is I jealous jl or o suspicious suspiciousof Is IsI
I of o the t United UDte States Ste or o or of o o its It soldiers 8 ler I
and 4 pallets li If I there tlre were o Oly oy ly a decent decentforce ct ctfo t
force fo to represent reret this thi country cDtry oa o tbe tbeground th the C Cground
ground gnd perhaps PP a solution UtOB of the th military militarydifficulty mllltar ltr r rdifficulty
difficulty dUHculy might t ba b found a la I UK t > eeto election electionof I
of aa I American AacD as a international latertial general seneralinchief cearal cearalIDcit generalI
inchief IDcit Some S soldier sdi of o o high JI rank rk aad aadprofessloBal udpelal sec secprofessional I
professional pelal reputation retaUo like Jke Lieuteaaat LieuteaaatGeneral Letealt LetealtGeral t
General Geral Miles 11 or I Brigadier Brir General GeneralChaffee Generl GenerlCbKee GeneraChakee
Chaffee CbKee eo Ck eoeehi M be agreed a upon tp and a pro probaMy po probebly
baMy lb iB II that tht way theproMni Ut tbe fe prisset frt3 friction frictioncoutd
could cul be b reduced rue iedue to t tfetew tw the U danger dangerpoint dDcer dDcerpnt dangepoint r
point pnt It I is evident it aa affair ala stand ead to today to ¬
day dy that tht the th real rel menace BR to t the peace peaceof pe peor pane S
of the t world worlf is oaly Ily 1y beginatag 1 to de develop de doIt ¬
velop It is likely lkely to come C to 1 a bead beadwhen J hou 4 4when I
when wlo the proximate prnNe task of taking takDg Pekin Pekinaad Peklna Pekh a aand
and a restoring retDg ordar between tweO that tba capital capitalaad etl etlaDd I Iand
aDd the mouth Jth of o the PeiHo Pello bas h been beenaccomplished ben benapUsf beei a aaceoocplisiiect
apUsf apUsfIn accomplished accomplishedIn
In the face of o the Chinese CdDe Chine situation 81otla news newsfrom nwstrom new S
from South Africa Aric excites excte little ltUe attention attentionin aletn aletnIn n nin
in England or elsewhere e whee yet ye events evet of im importance Imprtnce importanee ¬
portance prtnce are occurring ourring there tere Lord L Rob Roberts Roberts Reberts ¬
erts has been pressing prelDg Botha Bha hard at Sil Silvertoa SI Si SivertoP
vertoa ertol in ah i l effort efort conducted conucted by French Frenchand Fench Fenchand Prone h hand
and Ian Hamilton Hamitn to surround surroud his position positionBut poiton poitonDut I IBut
But after er three thre days of hard fighting fightingBotha fghting fghtingBtha fightin g
Botha Btha succeeded suceed in effecting efetng one of hIs bisnight hIsnight hi is isnight
night retreats retreat and fell el back bc east eat on the theDeiagoa theDelag Lb 0 0Deisgox
Deiagoa Delag Bay Railway Rlway It I Is thought pos possible possibe po posible ¬
sible sibe that Buller BuJer may be able to strike stike his hisrear hisrear h Is Isrear
rear in time tme to bag bg him and his seven seventhousand seventhousd seve a athousand
thousand thousd burghers burgher Should such sch a thing thinghappen thInshappen thin g ghappen
happen the war would come to a sudden suddenend suddenend sudde a aend
end It may coe close shorly shortly v vas In any ny event even t tthere
as a there seems to be b reason reon to believe believethat belee beleethat a athat
that Kruger Is negotiating negotatng for personal personalterms pern pernter person ii iiterms
terms ter His influence Inluence with wih the Boers how however however r rever ¬
ever Is I at a low ebb ebb They are extremely extremelyangr etemely etemelymgr extromel extromelnngr
mgr at him for running rnning away with all alltlie al a I ItLe
tlie coin and aB bar br gold in sight sight and accuse accusehim acuse acuseim nccu te tehim
him im of an intention latenton to appropriate apprprate tho thohole th thhole ti 10 10holo
hole two car cr loads lods to his hi own use useJohn useJohn
John Barrett Barret exminister eminister to Siam Sim has hasbeen hnsbeen hI is isbeen
been generally gonerly credited creie with ordinary orilary com common 1 1mon
mon sense in addition additon to considerable conhlorabe ad aderU8Ing at I Ivertielng
vertising abilities abites But his h reported repre anew asur asurance r rance
ance to Governor Goveror Roosevelt RoeYeJ yesterday yeeray that tt ttthe thi it itthe
the Republican RepubJc ticket tcket will w1 sweep swep Kentucky KentuckyinXovember KentuckyIn Eentuc y yinNovenaber
inXovember In ovember Is calculated clculated to create creat the im Impreion In a aproesion
preesioc preion that during duri hi recent reent visit 19It to the theCommonwealth theCommonwealh LI me meCommonwealth
Commonwealth Commonwealh he saw sw more of its mint mintthan mu mt mtthan
than of its It blue grass gras No State whose whos Re Republican RepubUcan H a apublican ¬
publican leader is a fugitive tuglve from justice justiceunder justiceunder juetic me meunder
under indictment ImUctent for complicity compHclt In a foul foulmurder toulmurder fo Ut Utmurder
murder will wU cast ct Its it electoral eletrl vote for Mc McKicley M c cKhle CRinley
Kicley Khle and Roosevelt ROeel In I 1300 10 10PJats 11100pitt
riatts PJats pitt Victory YJctOI YJctOIFrom VictoryFrom
From the Boston HeraldMcKinley Hend Herald HeralLMcliinley
McKinley 1cKney is i pledged pecid to nominate nmite such suc men to tooffice t toof2ce
office ofce in New York as a Platt Plat shall shU recommend recommendand reconunen d dand
and ld he baa ba lately lat1r demonstrated demo ae that tt remmend he means meD cats m mto
to fulfill ful that tt pledge plee by giving gvi one of Plaits Pltt Pltttol Pisti Pistitools
tools tol an important Imprtnt judgeship judgehp lie le is i under undersuch no nosuch
such pledge p 1 to t Roosevelt Roclt The Te Vice Ice President Presidentcommands lret lretcmmn lrtSdC at atcommands
commands cmmn < absolutely ablutl no patronage e The cue west
Roosevelt n evlt can cD do is I to advise adrs and d in this lh instance Inane instan mes cs cshe
he h is i likely lkel to meet an Administration dinUon jealous jekn1 jtska us
toward towrd Plaits PlU him victory victoryVork ietoQ ietoQork it i be he undertakes det to t advise LdvU it it It r is i i
Work Vork ork In Plenty Ahead AbendFrom AheRdm AheadFrom
From m the Indianapolis In zpl Press PressOnr P Pres5Our
Our Charge CI dAffaires dAfbi at Constantinople Cnbnt ple has haspresented h ii 23 23presented J
presented prnte a fresh fh note to t the te Sultan Swa of f Turkey Tky Turks
insisting insistin that t he that little
Insiug tl pay py lte bill bil of 100000 lOO 100O 100Oor
or thereabouts thereabut for the te destruction detr G of o missionary milozr mInions mInionsproperty r
property prperty Now if I we get ge into a row rw over this thisand thisld hi hiseize
and ld seize sdz a Turkish Trkis port pr or two we e dull shal be at atwar atwu atwar
war in the Philippines Phipplnr in China Cin and in Turkey Tkey Purkc iT
For or a peaceloving p clurn people peple we are nr moderately mocntely moderate iy y
busy bU Y in i a military mtLr way wayEqnnl w wEqunl wayEqual
Equal IllRTht Ihht All Al We c Want WantFrom WontFrom VnntFm
From Fm the Philadelphia Phladeph Times TimesAn Tie TimesAll
An wa want n is s an a open op door dr on equal cll terms te ten as is
for American Aerc commerce cmmece and an to t secure icurc ur this we wewill wew1 cc ccwill e
will w1 hare hae to insist Insst upon upn our rights right with wt the thensurpinjr theurrlr he heucurrlr e
nsurpinjr urrlr ucurrlr or Concnt Covsnunent Powei p w and not with wth the Cliinese Cnee people peopleor peple pepleor peo Ie Ieor e
C CoulUton Co < nditions an I tlie tu thi Great Gr nt StnteMiiiAn StnteMiiiAnnd S StatesmanFound n ln lnound
Found ound nd Them In 1SDuring 1flci 1flciDuring 1S < IS ISDuring
During the t term ter of William H Seward Sewardas
as as Secretary Secretar of O State there were wer grave grve grvetrouble
tr troubles trouble tro ubles In i the Orient Orent and nd that states stes stesmas
m mans mas ma ne views on o the thC conditions condton then are ar
of ° especial espeia Interest Intert at this th time They Tey TeyI Teywere
Wl were we re based bsed on personal perona observjfuona obseaens made madewhle
w while whle wh ile traveling travelng In i China China lnlS6 Iu716t
The situation situaton in China China lvi6 lvi6The asfilr nsfM asMr Seward Sewardewed wd wdTlewed
vl viewed ewed It It wao w wa well wel characterized chrcteze in Innecdotehe an ananecdote
anecdote necdotehe an ecdote he told descriptive d crlpUve of tho road ro roadPekin
to Pekin Pekn which had been ben built buit 300 30 years yenrsbefore
b before before be fore an embankment embnkent forty feet wide wIdeand wided
and an > d twenty feet above abye the plain plan ThIs Ti
w whole wh ole width whlh had been bn paved with hewn hewngrite
BI granite grite gr anite blocks block four or five fve feet long two twoteet twoet
feet teet fe j et wide and ad eight Inches ich thick tick The Theelemcht8
elements el ements bad ha long kll slc sice < e derariged and nd dls Is Islocted
Jo located locted cated the pavement so o derg that tht it I could not notb
b be b betu traveled trsvele by wheeled wheele vehicles vehicle or ant anIma
m mals ma nis with wi safety safetyAdmiral saety saetyAdira
Admiral Adira Rogcrs said sald Mr Seward Sewa
as a they kept their chairs chs side by side sideon sideon
on the th road did you ever hear of the theInteriew
interview Interiew in j terview of Mr Webster with wih John JohnAds
A Adams Ads Ad ams the day day before beore his death deth No NoWell o o
Well VeI Mr 1lr Webster Webter said sid to the old oldstatesman oldstatesman
statesman st atesman How do you do this thL morning mornln mornlnll
Mr M ll r Adams Not very ver well wel he h re repled
plied pled pl ied 1 am living In a very ver old house houseIr
Mr M Mle Ir i Webster and from all al that I can canlearn can canlear
It learn lear le arn the te landlord ladlor does doe not intend to re repair I Ipar
P pair par pa ir So S continued continue Mr Ir Seward S6wa this thlsr
Jj rood r ro ad gives mo a a more painful palntullmpreslon palntullmpreslon1an Impression
than 1an th an anything anyhing else I have seen sn in China ChinaI
n I It sows shows that te the govermen government h has no In Intention
t tention te ntion to repar reparReferring repar reparReerlng
Referring Reerlng to a former ormer massacre mascre at Tien Tientin
tsin tin La in Mr Ir Seward Sewad said saidIt saidIt
It is right just and anc wise that all al the theChristian theChristan
Q Christian Christan Ch ristian nations natons shall shal mourn together tog her over overthe
tl the th than e victims victm sympathize with the survivors survIvorsand
and an 1 d unite unie In demanding demtdin demazmdlngnueli such 3C satisfaction stsacton stsactonfrom
tl from om the Ch C nese Government Governmtt as a would wold woldalord
afford alord aff ord security surlt against aginst the recurrence of ofIlersecuton
p Ilersecuton Pe rsecutIon 1 But T tlsl thIsX < l7tT ba his been n nreay nreaydoe already t t
dono doe do dobl ne as fully fuly it I seems sees o T Tble us a as Is pORI pORIble
bl ble e The Chinese Chlncl Government Governmen has be bevlded
hj hede he aded clghte eighteen n Gf 0 the murderers ha has pro provided
Ii vided vi ded for repairing repiring and restoring rstorlm the de demoliahed demolshe
moliahed molshe m ZJ olishod buildings and paid an Indemnity Indemnityof
mof buiding pid Ineniy IneniyG
OJ ZJOJ of G 600000 60 mole tae1 for distribution distribton to the fain families ta ¬
jj ilies 10 ili ilion os of the victims Ticms It I has moreover mOcver seat seatone st stone
01 one on e of the mos mo moe4 eminent einent statesmen sttemen of Chi China Ch
na n who Is I fully flly conversant conve t with wih the de details de ¬
tails tais ta ils of the tragttdy trngldy to make mae such further furtherexplanation furer furerxplanatO
explanation ex xplanatO planations and aD to give such s further furtherguarantees tutr tutrgarante lurtherarsnteee
s guarantees garante gu arsnteee as a the French Fec Government GovermeDt may mayreasonably my myrefably mayasonably
n reasonably refably re reSe demand demd Those T9e words wos of Mr MrSeward clr clrward Ir IrSewad
Seward Sewad Se ward apply appy most mot appropriately apprpratey to the thepresent tkeprent theesent
present prent pr esent proposal propal of LJ Hung Hun Chang to re restore restore reore
store st ore order If the te powers pwers will wl keep their theirsoldiers theirsoldiers theirldiers
g soldiers so < ldiers out of China ChinaMr China ChinaMr
Mr Ir Sewards views In regard to the at attituae atttude
vews rgrd
tituae ttude ti tude of the e United Unit States Sate In dealing delng with withChina wt
China C hina is best deb described In a conversation conversationhe CRvet1n CRvet1nhe
he h j e once had with wih Dr Drew the te deputy deputyChinese dept deputyhinese
c Chinese hinese Revenue Commissioner Commlloer which fol follows follws ¬
h lows lo ws wsttr
lowsMr lws
Mr fr Seward SewardM0t SewardMoat Most of the t Americans AmrlD re residing re ¬
siding si ding in China Chfn are missionaries mlsirle are they theynot tey teyn
n not no t
notMr n tMr
Mr Ir Drew DrewYes DrewYes Yes YesMr
Mr Seward SerdIs SewardIs Is it i your yor opiaioa olDI that tht there therewould tere terewOHld thereould i
would w ould have been la China today td y any more moreAmerican mre mreAmerlesn moremerican
A American Ath A ciliaens tbaa there are nw now if ifthe I
the th th e Unlt Unltt lntted d States State bad ha heretofore etore either eitherla ethe
w wage aged war agh agaicet t Chb China o or mee menaced her
la 10 any way wayMr waylr wayMr
Mr lr Drew Dew DewIr Drowe Xe XeMr
Mr Ir Seward SewanYf SewardYes Yen have 1 been Ma here many maayyears ay ayJMrs
3 years JMrs y yj ears Pe J you o know kJw ef o any outrage Oge er o la lajury laJ
J jury ury l or wrong TO that th the te Ualtetr Ualt States 58 hat hatever l8 l8evt I
e ever evt e ver complained cope of that tntU tbattbe tbe Chlaeee CJae Gay Geverament G v vfnae
erament fnae e bas s left let aaredrwrytad aaredrwrytadDr tr trDr
Dr Drew DewI DrewI I kaow kI 01 qi none noaeMr e eMr
Mr Seward SIliHu SewardHas Has Goat Got Britaia Brtal er erFrance 8 oc ocrance
j France F rance secured sure te t herself lerta la China Cla any ay po polltica p
1 lltica UUei It Itw tical or commercial CDI benefit or O advance advancewhich dTC
which w hich the Chinese Ci Government Goer D has 1 not notequally na naI
States StatesMr Stte S equally e tates aly extended eteod by treat trt treaty to the tl United UnitedStates Ualte Unitattates I
Mr I Dr DrewNo DrewNoMr o or
Mr r Sward S SewardDo arD Do you y think tllDk that Ut the tbeUnited t C
U United nited State ought to China b bof
nlM S Oht t provoke pe Cbn by bynay byy
nay y a a t of injustice 10jic or 0 wrong Do D you youtbiak yu yulhk yoc I Ihink
tbiak t hink that tht It would wCld be b wise w for fo the 1 United UnitedStates Ual UalState I Itates
States S State tates without with provocation provUO to reaert ret to toany toDY te S
any a DY policy ple of menses JI or Intimidation IIUmldtlo Do Doyou Dc S Sou
you yo y ou think t 1 that tt te the American Ameic people ppe would wouldsupport wd wdmpt I
i support mpt s an D Administration AdmlRtl in i such a policy policyof ptey pteyGf poltc r rf
of o f provocation povotlD or o menace m now DO while whie they theyare theyare the r rS
are a re submitting SbmitD to s sen high k taxation txa to todischarge t p pa S
discharge dlbe d the nat Dal national tonal tabt d < incurred larre in II Inivil a acivil ahil a
civil c hil war warMr wrr warMi
Mr r Drew DrewI I think ttak they ty wh would not notMr D notMr
Mr r Seward SwnWeJ SewardWelt Well Mr r Drew Dw I thiak thiakwe Otk Otke this k kwe
we e are obliged oUe to conclude ccl teem tr all I these thesepremises thee a
premises premi p remises that th a policy plcy of o justice Ju modem modemtloo Jer moderaion
tloo 10 l ion and Dd friendship frendshi te I the only o ee O that thatwe ut utwe the t twe
we have had hd a choice cbe to pursue Pt and al that thatk Lbs 4 4t
voidable voidableThe k i t obe has h ha been bn as wise w as it has I been b sea unavoidable 11 seaThe ¬
The T following foowa fo1low1a remarks rera made m by Mr MrSeward Mxeward I
Seward 5ewn S thirtytwo tlrytw years ago will w1 be befound befotl b 0 0used
fotl f found to have pertinent prtl application let today todayThough tr trTlgh
Though Tlgh China Chl Chte l would wld now BO willingly wlly leave leaveall leTe leTeal leav leavll a
all al a ll the world wd alone ak other ou aatloas aUons cannot cannotaCord el canoe canoe8oot
aCord a 8oot to t leave leye her h alone tOI Great Gre Britaia Britaiamust Brtala Brtalamt Brital Britalmust
must send sn her hr cotton ctOD fabrics fric and aB iron ironmanufacture Ir ire iremanufactures
manufacture Dutat1re the th United Valte States Stte must sead seadher sea 4 4her
her Ir steam stem engines e and a agricultural agculurt imple implements Ipe IpemeRt ¬
ments meRt and an bring away her I coolies ot Italy Itly ItlyFranc ItaI3France 1
France Franc and aD Belgium Blgum must Buat have her silks silksaad Blk I Iall
aad aa all al the t world must have hve her teas tes and andsead an d dend
sead s st end n her their religions rel s AH Al these t opera operations oparriens ¬
tions t iens cannot cnnot go oa o without wltOHt steam 1 < eagiafea eagiafeastationary eBaw eBawstatonar 5 5tationary
stationary statonar s as well wel as marine the Oe printing printingpress prlntog prlntogpre g gpress
press pre and the electric eletic telegraph telegraphNow teleap teleapNo
Now No for the question quesloI of the prospects prospectsof prot s sof
of China China Before attempting to answer answerthis aaswerthis answe r rthis
this it will wU be b best bst to define defn Intelligently Intelgnty 1
the present political pl tcal condition of China ChinaCertainly 1 1Certainly
Certainly Cetlnly It is no longer an absolutely absolutelysovereign ablutly ablutlysoyerelg absolute 13 13sovereign
sovereign soyerelg and nd independent empire It I is isin IsIn I 5 5n
in i n sbrt slrt a state under the constant and andactio andaett an d dactie
actio aett surveillance lurolance of the Western oter mari maritime mrl mrltim man I ItIm ¬
time tim tntloas dons It would uld be well to t consider considerwhat conier conierwhat r rwhat
what are the possible alternatives atmUes There Thereare Tere Tereare Thoc Thocare
are cnly three threefrst threefirst first absolute ablute subjugation subjugton
by some foreign state
sCme torlg second the estab est ¬
lishment lihment of a protectorate by some foreign foreignstate fonbit fonbitstate L
state stte third a a complete complete completepopular popular Vpulr reolution reolutionoverthrowing re oluUon oluUonoverthrowln a aoventhnowing
overthrowing overthrowln not only the present preent dynasty 5
but the present form for of government gyrmcnt aad aadestablishing ad adetablshing am id idestablishing
establishing etablshing one that shall shal be in harmony hamony hamonywih harmon harmonwith
with wih the tht Interests Interest of China and the spirit spiritof spirt spirtof spir lit litof t
of the age ageThe ageThe ageThe
The Chinese Chlneo people pople inflated Infted with wih na a 1 ¬
tional loal pride prte and nl contempt for Western Westernsciences Wer Weetec n nsciences 1
sciences scence arts a religions relgons morals mrls and man manners mn mnners ma 3 3ners ¬
ners are n nQ nqd < t prepared prepae to accept accpt the 1st 1stter btter Is t tter
ter alternative ntertve The rivalry rlTlry of Western Westernnations Wosts et rn rnnatons P n nnatIons
nations natons with Wth the fluctuations luctuations of o the bal balance bl blance be 1 1once ¬
ance of their political poUtcl powers Jower renders Tcndor it
dangerous for any foreign torl state stae to as assume assume a S Ssume ¬
sume a protectorate protetorte The Te second alter alternative ale alto r rnative ¬
native natve Is therefore therefor out ot of rthe the question quesion 0
We have already aredy expressed epred the opinion opinionthat opinionthat oplnl n nthat
that mankind mnkind has ha outlived outved the theory ther of ofuniversal ofuniverl 0 0universal
universal univerl empire and an certainly certainlY the ab absolute nbslute n nsolute ¬
solute slute subjugation subjugton of China by any ay west western we wee 1 1era ¬
ern state would wold be a nearer neaer approach apprOeh to touniversal touniverl 0 0universal
universal univerl empire eplre than Greek or Roman Romanor R Rome mn n nor
or Corsican Cric or Cossack Cos9k ever dreamed dreme of
The exercise eercis of sovereignty sv6rcgty in China 1 by JY JYa Jya 7
a national natonal dynasty dyay under u r the surveillance surveillanceand sureUace sureUaceand survelilan Co Coand
and protection precton of the maritime marItme powers is isthe isthe S Sthe
the condition condilGn most favorablo to the coun cou ¬
try and most desirable deirable The Te maintenance maintenanceof malntenace malntenaceof maintenamiof
of It i seems sms practicable prtcable so s far fa as a it i de d 0 0penils
pends pend on the te consent conent of the maritime maritimesurveillant maritme maritmesureUant manitir no nosurveillant a
surveillant sureUant powers pwers But how h V long the the400000GO t ho
100000000 400000GO of people within the empire empirewill empirewi empi empiwill
will wi submit to Its is continuance contnuance Is I I a ques qUe quo ¬
tion which baffles bu1IIe all
bme al penetration penetrton Let Lt L Lit
it I then be the policy poJy of the western na nations naUon n ntons ¬
tons Uon to encourage encouro and sustain susain the saga sagacious sag a aclaus ¬
claus cous reformers reformer of China Chlna and in dealing dealng deall rig 5
wih with that extraordinary exord napoplE people to prac practice pra pre IC ICtice ¬
tice In all 1
things thlng justice justcC moderation moraton moratonndes en
kindness ndes and nd sympathy sympathySocrclarn sympathySoeel sympathySoverelwne
Socrclarn Soeel nl Senior to Victoria VictonlnFrom VictoriaFrom IctorlnFrom
From the London LndoI Chronicle ChronicleA Crnicle Chroniclecorrespondent
A correspondent crepndent points pints out that tht we were we not nt ntqie i ot otquite 1
quite qie correct crt in describing debi denibin the te Queen Que as a junior junioronly junioronly inn innonly
only to t the King Kn of Denmark Dnmak among amoD sovereigns sY rei
lie le is Indeed Inde the te only onl King Kn who is I her senior cent or r s
but leaving lein out the Pope who is senor >
ot te Ppe i over ove ninety nine ty r
nnet nnetwe
we have the Grand Duke of
hve te Grnd Db Luxemburg LuebW until up cii H
mete Duke of Nassau uut
ISJ a5u who is i nearly two years yearsolder ye ire ireolder
nrI ytr
older ol r than tha Queen Qrn Victoria Yctor and the te Grand Grnd Duke De Deor Dn Dnot
of months Saxeweimar axe xeWeir Weimar who ia i her hr seni sngby seaioeby vby just jut eleven elevenmonths el tim timmonths tn tnmont
The Antotnobller AntotnobllerFrom Automobie AutomobieFrm Antomoblleq AntomoblleqFrom
From Frm Harpers Ibrpers Weekly WeeklyA Wck1V WceklvA
A vehicle vehic that thtloe goes twenty twety miles nIe an hour on > n
the highway highwy is i ol 0 coarse c a pretty pnty serious so souc projjo projjosition pro leo leosition o
sition to everything evehiuJ else els that 1ht nswtthc u te road rut prv The Thegreatest Te Tecte 1 ibe ibegreatest
greatest cte centres ctre of wealth weltb and ad particularly rUcrly the thesummer thesummer
summer umer centres cntres of wealth wClb like lke Newport Sewprt ewpont ewpontpretty are arepretty ar
pretty prrt sure sr to be b embarrassed emr by the t automobile automobilecraze a uitomob1e tomob tomobcraze j
craze so 5 long ou as a it is i a craze cze We are a told tld that tt ttthe Li cut at
the machines nchln have pretty prety much muc drvn driver out ot o oPars ofParis
Paris Pars all other otbf kinds kin ot pleasure ple9re locomotion lomoton locometli mn n
Still Sti the th automobile utomobie as a a means me of sport sr is i a au
craze u and will wi piss pJ5 and ard the horse hCZe is i not a craze crazeand c en enand 155 e
and d is i pretty prttr cure ce to last t
Cantoiii Cu < stoms Ilecrlptit leeJltl Said Sad to Have In IncreDedSlnce IncreneedSince
cren creDedSlnce creneedSince cil Since January JanuaryThe Jnnuur JnnuurTe
I The Te Division Dh1sloI of Customs and n Insular InsularAffairs Insula
A Affairs Alr i rairs of the War Department made pub pub pubtoday >
I 11 He today toay the receipts reipts of the Philippine Phlpplne Phlpplnetreaur
ti treasury treaur tr easury for the month of April Apri 1000 1900Te
T The Te Th e statement shows show that tha the total tot re retor
oeipts oe iptn for the month were we 78835787 dl dlVlded
vl vlded vt dedaa as follows oll ws Custom receipts 515 1
i 118450 11 8S0 Internal revenue receipts 85 g5i
i 46539 < and miscellaneous receipts 1S5 18I
71 78368 78368The 75 368
The amounts credited to customs re re receIpby
ci celpU ceIpby ce ipta by ports for the month of April
I 1 1900 19 00 were Manila J44700237 H70037 Iloilo IloiloJ539S831 IToilo3958Si
Si J539S831 85 3958Si Cebu 51272514 l7 H Jolo Job 5131132 1311Z
D Dagupan Da gupan 56166 61tl6 The Amounts placed to tothe
i the th e credit of miscellaneous nlspeU mlspeilgoeous neous receipts by byl
i l ports po D rts were Manila 18468690 Cavite Cavlte34L27 Cavite4L27
t 83 34L27 4L27 Batangas J33110 Dagupan
I I250 sii 2S09 < VIlUTi Vlgan nl til 1183 8 rSiitvat Gub Gubat t tn 50a5 2 < i Tll 111I Ill Illn I
san sa n 51820 1820 Malabon M r 1bon bon J3547 3547 Tarlac
I 1892 81 892 Pogsan Pogsanjw jan c2S 52885 2S8
The amounts placed to the credit of in Intpro
tl tpm te r > i r rt s ihjts hrts d iicrrlng i ng th the < > FAme FAmemoaths me
B moths m onths were From Manila ranlla 6611540 GG11 40 40C
Uuvit C ctite toi svo9 v4 4o9 9 iiou lufut S62oJi2S 6za S Victoria Ictonia
9621 9 621 Masalacg 55063 Xoveleta Xoveleta 31SS2 n 1t2 2
r Rosario R osarlo J13093 13093 Mercia 410690 510690 Para Paranaque
D naque na que 5613 813 Bulaaan JS552 8552 Montalban
j 54569 4569 4 569 Llna Herraosa 52664 2 64 Batangas
11215 1 1215 Santo Tomas J5L79 5179 San Pablo
I 14286 4 286 Paslg 51116 Miagao 33110 33110Guagtn
Q Cuagua C uagus 2971 Sorsogon Sors gon 522467 G1 Corres Core CoreIdor Coregor
j Idor id or 400 Bacoor Bacoor1Gi9 1679 Cayapo Cayap S11S 118 118I 63
I j Bulan ll ulan 13376 Mexico 1542 1542 154 Orani OranlI
21106 2 1106 Moncador 8278 Dagupan
55857 5 Manuag Ianu ago 10406 10406 San Fernando de
I j la Union 208742 Bautista 25901 Pe Penarwda
narando narwda n 33 n cents Candon 571233 7l33 VI VIgJUI
gan ga ii 2SSOlM SSOh SSQ1 Bamban 142 142 Bongobang BongobangII
II 8521 8521 3 521 Porac S61 Calumplt 29J6 9i6 6 Cal CaJbayag
j bayas b ya 25275 Urdoneta 27548 Ta TnI
J gulp gu ig 1154 1l Bacolor 946 Pasay 1146 1145Gubat l14
I Gubat G ubat Uf9it 4695 San Francesco de Malabon laIabonI
t 11116 1 1LIC Calaslao 397 97 Florida Blanca BlancaU7883Iarlvele
52788 U7883Iarlvele 2 788 Marlvelae flfl6S 12G8 Angeles 54S3 tS3 tS3Santa
I Santa Sa nta Rita 719 71S DInalupujan 43179 31S9 L9 L9lba
Iba lba Ib a 993 Malabon 13195 Tarlac TarlacSlJl
5141 5 141 Aparri St497 248753 4l153 3 Imus 3511 3311and
and a nd Baliuag 6726 C72GThe
The total receipts for January 190 1901wert 1901
were w ert 56350959 for February F bruaTY 1900 they theywere
were w ere fU6U7 4S 42642270 4Z270 and for March Iarch 1909 the thetotal
total to tal receipts were 63077342 making a adifference adifference
difference di fference In favor of the month ef April Aprilover Aprilover Aprilver
over ° ver the previous month of 15559145 15559145APPOINTED 1555tl4iAEPOINTED
Ni On xiniee > nien of CtuK Cudetci fur orWent eflt r riif Iolnt Aa Aanooneell Aicnounceil
iif nooneell > u > icetl 1 h Icy > the lee tVur tVur r r HCJI HCJIThe D flrjnrtmenl JurtlD ut utTBe
The War ar Department yesterday an anDOUDCed
Bouaced n nced the > appointment alpotot eat of the following foUowlagcadets follov1agcadets
cadets c for West est Point under the iacr iacrproiiided Increase leereileprovided Increaserovided
proiiided p rovided by the recent legislation legislationIllinois legi laUoaIlllno1s
Illinois Conrad G mister Chester eater eaterIll
Ill Il l by Senator Se tor CaHom Palmer Swift Swiftalternate SiftaJternnte Swiftlternate
alternate a SpringgeM Ill by Senator SenatorCaltora SeaawrCallom Senatoruliom
Caltora CallomOregon C CaltoraOregon uliom
Oregon Montague Lord Salem by Sea Seaator Seaator Sontor
a ator tor Simoa SimoaArkaaaes SIBlOArkaowu StacosArkansas
Arkaaaes JoMph J A A MeAadrew Boa Boatoavllle neBt9ll1I1t
toavllle t by Seaator Berry nrry Faltoa J1 Q C Co CoGcudaer
Gcrdaer G ardner alternate te Fort S Suilth Sotitli Uh by It l Seas Seaator SeINItor Season ¬
tor t on Berry BerryVlrgiate BerrylrgtBtB
Virginia lrgtBtB John J W D Hataey Tye River Riverby Rherby Rivery
by b y Seaater Daniel Clifford C Barley EarleyalteraetQ Etarleyalteraete
alteraetQ a Lyachbarg by Senator Daniel DaaielHarry DAtelHarry
Harry H arry L L Jordan Smlthftetd ItheId by Senator SeaatorMartta SeDaterlJUt1a Senator1prttn
Martta lJUt1a 3i Bassil G Moon loon aIteraate teraate Char CbarHHtesville Charliktvllle
HHtesville I by Senator Martin 1Iartt 1IarttWyug MartiaWyomlag
Wyoming James W Neil Dia DiaviHe DtaIDODd8 DtaIDODd8viHe DIaacondsiii
viHe v iii by Senator Warren WarreaLotttoiana WarleDLovtBIaD8
Lotttoiana Joseph S S Waahbwra Gibe G1b1r1aIMI
and l by by y Senator MeBaerv y James J B Dtt DtIlnI
terd l ard alternate New ew Orleans bjr Senator SeDatc <
McBnery c ry ryTexu
Texas Walter C Co Shepaard Teacarkaaa Teacarkaaaby TearbBaby Tncarkanay
by b y Senator Chilies CfeUtooNorth CIdJtorth
North orth Dakota noN C McDonald 111114 al alteClI
ternate teClI i nmate Graftoa by Senator Haoahfoogh HaoahfooghGeorgia 1JeooeqkGeorgk1Ultam IIcv eeeI9
Georgia Georgk1Ultam WilHam J Uaaaay Jr Sa Savaaaah Sa1LD
vaaaah 1LD ssh by b Session Seat Clay dayAfebama ClayAtMma
Alabama WUUam 01 C Dates OAt Jr Moat Moatgomerr oatgoJiery
gomerr goJiery g by Senator Morgan Albert P PFlaca PFlDela
Finch FlDela ait altr ate raate Birmia Blrlllipam uKa by b Sena Senator Seaator ¬
tor i ot Morgan MorgaoNew IorgMLKtW
New Hampshire DoaaM Donel S Ktatbail KtatbailMaachcoter KIMb8Ae V
Manchester e by Stsoatar snatdr Galllager GlII Ciar Ciareaoe CIareace
eaoe M Brooks alternate e Keeoe KeeDeSeDator Keen bjr bjrSenator b3 I
Senator Gaillager GaillagerIowa G ttDc ttDcIowa <
Iowa W Barber alternate Dews by bySeaator JaySeBator b r
Senator Gear GearKeatweky GearKeBtueky GearKentucky
Kentucky Scott B BreektorMse I Lea LexlagtGa Leaegion x xlagtoa
lagtoa l egion by Senator Detoe TVaj U W X Jl 3iaek 3iaekalternate iIacltalttllate sck sckalternate
alternate Oweaabora tatar Deboe DeboeIdaho eeIdaho DebeeIdaho
Idaho James A Storer eMI by bySoaator IllySeaaser b
Senator Httttddebruk HeitfeldNebraska Heitfcid HeitfcidNebraska
Nebraska William a N Henley Jr Co Colambttt C ChuBb Cesasbeac
lambttt huBb I by Seaator Set r Allen AllenMichigan A1Im A1ImUebipa AllactMkbigan
Michigan Clay B Xwfta X lMer Asa Arbor Arborby ArtaorbT
by Senator JIIcX MeMittaa MeMittaaNorth Iaa Iaaortli
North ortli Carolina CaroU Robert rt P Howolt H welt jr jrGoUoboro jrGoWebore Jrb3
GoUoboro by Seaator Butler BtrtlerENGINZS htlerIDlGThES ButlerENGIS
HR Ttnly Itnl > to AKlc d for Bids Did for Rolling RollingStock HolllulStocl C CStock
Stock StockActing StoclActlag
Acting United States Consul MoaaKhaa MoaaKhaawrites YODa haa L t twrites
writes the State Department from Chem Chemnitz csj Cbeunitz ¬
nitz that according to several newspapers newspaperscf pers
cf r Milan fUaD the Italian Minister ef e Rail Railiasi Railla
RailI I
iasi la iais has empowered U the Italian Merhiioo Merhiiooal I
al i tl itediterraneaa aad Sicilian Sieilla railroads to tocall i icrJl 0 3 I Itt1l
call for bids for 123 locomotives > 4 e bag baggage bs I I
gage tars ars and 2673 172 3 freight cars valued at atSS7See at8SiS86 s it t
8SiS86 SS7See For the construction of these thesecompetition tkICcompetition theecompetition r
competition Is open to theworM theworMtha the world worldUlt worldlt
Ult lt seems to me Yr Ionalhan write wrltC3Ua a
tha some of our large builders of loco locomotives locomotives ieeemotives I aI ¬
motives should stand a fair chance of get getting getting geltin ¬
ting tin part of these orders I Iun am unable to tog togTIJ I 0
g gTIJ > vw tho time limit of bids bidsJAPANS bIdsJAPANS bidsrAPANS
Korean Ior nn MTlcIalj O1 clnb nei DCIOlecl o e l for Tortur TorturInK TorturInl Tortuctnirnnd
InK tnirnnd anil lixecutlnf ExIles EslleiSAN ExlJejllSA
SAN SA FRANCISCO June 29 29Addccs 29AddccsI Advices AdvicesIrom en s
Irom r > m Seoul Korea say that the Japanese JapaneseGovernment e
Government has made so vigorous 1 a pro protest pro protest e ¬
test against the torture and execution of oftwo ortwo f
two exiled Koreans that the Government Goernmenthas it t
has sentenced to transportation two judi judicial judicial I ¬
cial officers who were guilty of the outrage outrageIt 0
It is tho general opinion in Seoul that thotthis ttu t
this is a mere sop to the Japanese as it is isnotorious isnotorious I 5
notorious that despite the promise given givento Jctvento give a
to the Japanese Minister that refugees refugeesshould refugeesshould refugeeshould 18
should not be harmed all members of the tbeGovernment theGoernment ti tiGovernment
Government knew of the torture and the theorderfor theordcrtor U
orderfor the execution What hat the result resultwill resu1twill roan roanwill t
will be Is uncertain but Japan Is greatly greatlyTbe gre great ty tywrGught ly lywrought
wrought up over the affair atcalrThe affairThe
The tortures Inflicted on An one of tile tbemurderers tilemurderers U Ce Cemurderers
murderers of the Queen five years ago agowere agowere ag agwere
were the severest known In Seoul His Hishands Hishands H
hands were broken brok n at every joint and then thenhis the Hin in t
his bones wero crus crushed ed He died t same sameeenlng san cc
evening An examination of tho bodies sanof of ofhimself ofhlmsel
himself and Kwon was made by Japanese Japanesehyslcians Japanesehyslclans Japanochysiciaas to
hyslcians Kwons body bod showed no traces tracesof tracesof trace traceof
of cruelty but Ans corpse e presented a ashocking aI
I I shocking sight bearing many traces of ex extreme e etrome C j
I trome torture the heart having been brok brokel brol brolCOMPLAINTOP j jCOIgPTiflTNT
Steamer Stenuu r Agents AKCU < J Jailed nt Daivson Daivsonnnd Dn1Vllonoml Daunc en encud n
cud Ilcfuxed Ball DnlIVICTORIA
VICTORIA B C June 29 29The Tho Daw Dawson Dlwson Dac v
son Nugget says that F Kinghorn and H HWilson lL lLUSOD I Er L
Wilson USOD agents of the River steamer Mer Merwin Merwin Me r
win an American vessel were imprisoned imprisonedfor imprison ed d
for eighteen elght en hours at Dawson on con conplaints COlplaints cc a
plaints of passengers without being al a alowed Li 1 1lowed
lowed to furnish bail bailCaptain baitCaptain
Captain Ritchie master of the vossel Tosseland ross ci d
j and Purser Spence who also spent spentnight a anight
night in the cells have enlisted the aid of ofUnited ofUnited if
United States Consul McCook McCook whose dep deputy deputy de p i
uty John Q Adams AdamS Adam stated that a docu document doe doement u pu i j
ment ment purporting to be a statement of otfacts offacts if
facts has been drawn up and that it vrlll vrlllbe wlllbe cv ill II
be forwarded to Washington lashlngton and that cvtin Sir SirJulian SirJuHan tin ir
Julian Pauncefoto th thq English Ambassa Ambassador Ambassador 3 i ¬
dor to America Rill e4ill 1I1 bfe b called upon to ex explain e a
plain the treatment treatme t accorded a corded to American AmericansUbjects Anieni Anienisubjects eall all n
subjects In the Yukon YukonTheir YukonTheir YukonTheir
Their Tower To er of f Strength Strengt1From StrengthFrom
From the Indianapolis News XeW9It NewsIt
It would be a step in in the right direction if iff ifion
foreign powers ahcuW niAe miVe military instruction instructl ion
of f the Chinese chi on the part of fs thrir officers r rof aa act I t
of treason Russian RU < slan and German Army mm bare nave1een la ire e
been drillicc the Cuirte C ipc trop tr cp = act thr Lb ITIS ITISent lf lfen 1 s
cut en blicht 1iht of the International force is the th result rca ilL t
l Lnrjje La > t rge Increase Incr llIIe In the Value alue of Amer Amerleal Amenicaxe
lean Good Sold Abroad AbroadForty AbrORdForti Abroadorty
Forty F orty million dollars worth of manufac manufactures manutactures ¬
tu tures tun es were exported from the United UnitedStates
St States Sta tes In the month of May 1900 and andtwentynve
tw twentyflve entyfive million dollars worth of manu mannturers
fa facturers fac turers materials were Imported Into Intothe Intothe
ih the United States Stu sthte This is a blgher record recordboth
bo both th in exportation exportab ot manufactures and andImportation
in Importation portation ot njanufacturers hnufabturers nUa turers materials materialsthan materialsan
th than an was ever made In any preceding precedingmonth precedingmonth
ra month mo nth In the History of the foreign com commerce
m me merce rce and manufactures of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates
St States StatesThIs Sta tes
This assures a total exportation of man manufactures manacturee
uf ufactures acturee in the fiscal year 1900 of fully fullyH25000000 fully
34 425000000 42 5000000 and an importation of manu manuacturer3
fa facturers fac facwi turers materials of 300000000 which whichxvlll
w xvlll wi ll make the record in both exports of ofmanufactures ofmanufactures
m manufactures ma mare nufactures and Imports of manufactu manufacturers manutactuna
Tr rers re na materials much higher than that of
a any an y preceding year On only four occa occasions
s sions sb us has the importation of nzanufactr nuftct nuftctrers
r rers re rs materials reached the 200000000 200000000line 200000000liDe 200000000e
Ii line lin e while in the year just ended it will w1l1be
b be as already Indicated about 300oo00QO 300oo00QOan 300000000 300000000Increase
a an increase of 50 per cent over o er the aver
a ax age e of the past five year Exports of
TO manufactures In 1899 werf were 328000000 and an anw1ll
will w ovi li be fully 425000000 In 1900 an iu foacrease
ci crease ease of nearly or quite quit 90000000 while
n no < earlier year ever showed an Increase incre Increaseas e
of as much as 50000000 50000000The S0000000The
The total Importation of manufactures
fc for r the year will aggregate about a ut 325000 OO
OC 000 0 and as already indicated the total totalexports
exports ex < o ports of manufactures will aggregate aggregateabout aggregateabout
at about ab out i2i000000 Prior to 1898 Imports Impotsof
of manufactures always exceeded exports exportsof
of of manufactures In 18SS Imports of man manufactnreswere
U ufactures ufactnreswere uf actures were two and onehalt times the theamount theount
a amount am ount of exports ofmanufactures in 1S93 189
u they th oy were still more than double the theamount
a amount am ount of the exports xpirts in 1S3C 189 they werenearly were werenearly
Dl nearly ne arly 50 per cen cenf greater I1ter than tha the ex exexports exports
p ports po rts and in18tS fV er the first Ume time the theexports
exports ex ports of manufactures manufaetues were greater than thanthe thanthe
tj the th e Imports of manufactures the figures figuresfor
fc for r that year being hel respr ively > vey Imports Importsof Importsot
Oj of manufactures 2SCMt i v exports of ofmanufactures ofmanuractur66
B manufactures m 9tMfItM 28 e09 Sice 108 ce that time timeexports
e exports ex ports of manufactures bare steadily In Increased
cj creased cr eased and as above indicated wlllox wllloxceed will ex exceed
c ceed ce ed the imports of manufactures by about
lMMOftM lMMOftMThe 1IIiO 1IIiOThe 1
The following followlngtab table e shows s the Imports Importsof
of ofm manufacturers materials materi Js and exports of ofmanufactures ofmfUUlfaeturas ofanufactures
manufactures m In May y ef each year from
1S4 1 18 > 4 to ISM ISMmttt 1 IN
iiistees r vr Jl NaFUJt Manefeetcired nd
I MWriab articIts
3lseLh mttt of May 3fayJe3 bepoetced eII expected
J J 18 54 ITSar sywss JtIt o
1 mac s 11 178 5 JBU4l7a
Je3 Je3Ifi Isi IsiLi t JI1 JX1MM1 JX1MM12SSiet0 t IAM
Ifi 7 2SSiet0 2SSiet0JSS9 34SJ44
s imor
JSS9 at es iOSi ssa 354
tOo 31 00 5 31M5531 15 4 4GBRMAN 43
GBRMAN RfrwiSAJAPLE I SAMPLE Rt90M Rt90MExhlhltlon flOMxhibition
Exhlhltlon E of f AVnm n to Ue > Oi Opened OlenedIn > e > n cl clJonMtnntinople L
In JonMtnntinople ContlLotinuple1YaUer JonMtnntinopleWalter
Walter Schumann SellIuaaDD United States Cereal Cerealpartment CoDMlat
a at Maisir lalatz iR a 4eport JIOrt to the State De Departt Do
partment pa rtaceat says that thatJL thatuA
uA JL sample ream of German wares Is Isabe IsIte I I
abe a best t te be opened la Constaatlaenie ConstaatlaenieThe CoastaatlpleTIte
The netlIugierms > eHtnff ltag terms vary according te the theartiekts Utearttdes
artiekts a ntides Metals Iec such as copper lead leadcasb MecI MecIzIac loadnc
zIac zi nc I iron stool au eta are as a nile sold Lax lerCM1
CM1 ca casb sh whereas wiler aixjaatas JltLJlt ths tim t18Ie must be begmated begral be C
gmated gral g ranted ed oa sales sa of textile geode etc etcIa etcIa
Ia the trade HH v 1j i A jCoaaUattnople Co0snttboe t tthe tenDS C
l Iky pl ay all JJapwtall tie ie JB view of the rut feelat L CL
ti tltat th at the merdaaat tbere there soils Ills goods la lathe ix ixhe I
t the t he icerfer of A A4 Ia ia Minor oa erects aeditoon of oftea oftea
i tea i on or eVeR twelve month moDt a aad ceast eflllelltly eeeseeently ceastqaeatly
qaeatly qaeatlyThe q eaaaot pay ca ia buylag buylagNTH besyingme
NTH The tollo1l foUowiag are re among the articles articlesfor artlcMsfor I Ir
t for fo r which there is a good market te Con Constantinople CoIlstaDtIDeIale Conanttue ¬
s stantinople anttue le Silks velvets silk woolen woolenaad w waad Woeltwnd
aad a nd liner plashes pI umbrella covering silk silkad Bilka4 sill
r ad cotton doth hosiery aDd underwear underwearmerinos underwearDMIIiDo
m < merinos adsen and coatings calicoes flannels flannelsshawl ftaaDelsta 8aaeeishawls
s shawl ta upholstery goods needles and pins pinsthread
thread th r and acl twine felt and stray hats im imitation I Iltatieas ¬
itation i of English tapestry oaameloil JeiIware enamel enamelare oaameloilware
ware w are ttaware cheap knives kiy cheap ciasors eels scissors ¬
sors s ofa hammers 1IHmi AIM > loa > hatchets etc fur furnitore furD1ture furiture
nitore n iture stoves toftS lamps IUD drugs machinery machineryand machlDeryand macklan r rnd
a and nd mineral taeraI on n ste tc tcPrKee te1ril88
PrKee PfkO are re of prime uaportaaos If aa aaarticle altIde ax C
a article ltIde is expensive It eaaaot be sold ia iathe Ii a athe
the < 0deIItGEIUrAN Orient OdekGERMAN
tow Un S They rIH Mont Iot He D Sent to China it itSell to toSeJJ ti ci
Sell Well AVelland WellReLarring en
Re4JITiag te the expert XJMNt el Gognina can caaand
d ies and soaa soap to China United States G Con u usal I
sal s ul Scbuataan wrfteB te the State Depart Department DepartJDeI1t ¬
meet as follows rloWSCMap
Cheap mnwiry lau aua ry naaas bald the teat place placeIn pine
in i n this tla line of t exports e ports te China bat eMaPtellet chon cheap p ptoilet
toilet soaps also h HW M a ready sale Ie
Laitndty easc saap ma mast t be ia bars and nodertsia a aeertaia L
eertaia e number of bars must weigh exact exaetly L
ly I Ip F fifty xty pounds PM avairteaaw Bach a fifty AtrpcMIlMk Zt r
pcMIlMk p oends m be packed Ia separate eaees eaeesM1ltaWe en es esolInWe
switaMe s for sea traaseort tnua Each ac bar ar of ofsoap elI Sc Scoap
I soap s oap Inset be stamped stam n tR Chiaese CIII ChIee letters letterswith s zwith
with the name of the foreign fOle a commisetoa COBlm COBlm1Io 4 4haste a
house 1Io la China to which the soap p is con consigned COBstgaed eec i igsed
signed stgaedToilet s gsed gsedToiiet
Toilet soap should be packed paek in eard eardboard cart I Iboxes
board boxes eaoh holding IloIdht two to three threepieces tltreepieces thre 10 10places s
pieces Each box abound be deeorated with witha wltkpieture wit h ha it
a picture which appeals a ls to the taste of the theChinese theCIIIIlee Li in inChinese B
Chinese There is also al O great demand far farsingle forsingle Xe ir irsingle r
single pieces plt < es of soap enclosed ia a round roundor rous id 3
or t h square tin box box enameled and decorated decoratedT2ie decoratooT1e a aThe
The demand for candles > in China is isvery IsTer isrer s
very rer large a e owing to tho fact that they are areused areu a ro roused o
used at all religious ceremonies Pure Purewhite Purewhite Foci ie iein e
white aad cochineal red candles are the themost U in B
most salable colors It is essential that thatthey thatthey th ththey t
they be bechetpand cheap and of fair quality quaUtyGreAt qualityGrOSt
Great care must be exercised in the se se se 5 5ection
lection l of the colors for the packages It Itmay nmay Itmay
may happen that a cardboard box or paper paperwrapping p pape per en enwrapping
wrapping which in design and coloring colorci 5 5would
would appeal to our taste would seem seemaboml1ahle see in inabominable
abominable to the Chinese and under no nocondition ItOcondition x soit
condition could they be induced to buy it iteven It Iteven I Ieven
even though they fully appreciated the thevalue tilevalue LI le levalue 1
value of the ware it enclosed enclesedMerchants enclSedlerch6nts
Merchants who wish to do a profitable profitablebusiness proitablebuslBea profltab profltabbusinese le
business with China must always take into intoaccount intoaecouBl in 40 40account
account the tastes tast superstitions aDd re religious re religious i 0 0ligious ¬
ligious Ideas of the Chinese They alwwys alwwysdetect alWKYsdetect alws alwsdetect
detect symbols of tuck hick wealth etc in the thegeneral thegeneral U Ugeaeral
general makeup of articles and this will willInfluence willInBuenee w Iii Iiiiu8Uenee jl
Influence them in buying buyingCRASHED buyingCRASHED
Freight Engine Fnln Collide With lth nn In IncOJnln Ii 0 0coxniimcv
coinlnpr cOJnln Fast Train TrainNORFOLJx TrnlnORFOLKYL
NORFOLJx ORFOLKYL Va June 29 29A A strange ac accident aechicnt a acidont C ¬
cident chicnt by which one man lost his life and andtwo aadto a set setother d
two other men were severely severe I Injured oc occurred occurred o C i ¬
curred last evening on the Norfolk and andVirginia andVIrginia a ad I
Virginia Beach division oC the Norfolk and andSouthern andSouthern a aSouthern ad
Southern Railroad RailroadA RaUroadA flatlroaA
A switch engine backing out at high highspeed highspeed hi u
speed met in the suburbs an incoming ex express express e epress a ¬
press from Virginia Beach which was wasmaking wasmaking w wmaking
making nearly fitty miles an a hour The Ti Tiill
two t D came together vlth 1th an awful crash crashcausing crash crashcauslng cram ill
causing consternation among the hundreds hundredsot hundre hundreof cramds ds 3
ot passengers on tho th express train and andkUling a ad adn 3
killing Fireman Savage of the freight en engine engine e n ¬
gine Savages body was frightfully man manged manged ma a
ged Engineers Qulllen of the freight freightad freigi mt
and ad Purcell of tbe passenger engines enginesjumped enginesjumped engin es
jumped and although hurt hurt they will re recover recover r rcover C
cover coverQulllen coverQul1Jen
Qulllen was ordered to run TU behind an anoutgoing
outgoing > assenger train He mlsunder misunderstood en
stood sto d his orders went ahead of time and a nd ndtorgot
forgot about the passenger train which whichmct whi whimet ach ch
met and crashed into him hImBefore
Before the crash he reversed the lever leverhis on onhis
his engine and jumped The battered cn englne e
Sine after the smashup came to Norfolk Norfe orfolk orfolkat i
at frightful speed sp with neither fireman nor norengInccr a car
engineer aboard aooard and ramming a passenger passengercar passengercar passeni er
car at the depot wrecked It and then stop stopped ste iii
pod Thousands of persons tonight visited visitedthe visitedthe nail nailthe Icd
the scene to look at the engine engineAdrlacd engined engineAdylnect
Adrlacd AdrlacdFrom AdylnectFrom d vbed vbedFrom
From From the Chicago Hews HewsGraltall eq
Graltall leeMuff for free infensatien tnremutien5uppNe Sappst SappstI a
I should fall through a defective sidewalk aDCllpnIi and
I sPrain lpnIi my ankle uk1 what would yea advise me nitdo to todo
do doLaw
Lawyir Law LawycrCmcacc rC Oanune J une to roe m and plank down lb lbretainer 10 O as 13 a 1rewner
retainer and nd then ask me tUt that question
3 Mr M r Partly Punl SnyiS SniJ Say Tnrlff T rUr Protection ProtectionShould Pr t ctlon ctlonShonld
Should Be TXIthdrnTrn UlthtlrawJlXEW
NEW YORK June 23 29Trusts Trusts was the thesubject thesubject
s subject su bject of discussion d discussion by the tho American Am rican As Associatlon Association
s sociatlon so ciation for the Advancement of Science Scienceat Scienceat Sciencetheir
a at their meeting In this city yesterday yesterdayThe yesterdayThe
The Remedy for the Evil of Trusts Trus Trustswith with wlthSpecial
S Special Sp ecial Reference to the Tariff was the th thsubject thebject
E subject su bject of a paper pap by Lawson N Purdy PurdyHe PurdyHe
H He said in part partuThe
uThe The solution of the natural monopoly monopolyproblem monopolyproblem
P1 problem pr oblem Is In public ownership and opera operation operation ¬
tion to n There Is no hope of purity in poll politics
a tics tic s so long as natural monopolies remain
Ir in private hands handsIndustrial hancsIndustrial
Industrial trusts engaged in business businessnaturally
D naturally na turally competitive are merely lars lar larcorporatiGns large
corporations co and the State has no more moreright moreright
right rig ht to restrain or restrict or to require requirepublicity requirepublicity
P publicity pu blicity of accounting accounUn than th n It has to make makethese makethese
U these th ese demands on any other merchant o 0wageworker os osgeworker >
w wageworker wa geworker Publicity ol accounts is In Incompatible incompatIble Inmpatible ¬
ci compatible co with competition compe Uon UonNearly
Nearly all industrial trusts are aided by I Ithe
tl the th then e tariff and are enabled to extract high higher highprices
e er prices from domestic consamers than thanfrom thanfrom
fi from fr om foreigners The tariff tarl privilege la bmost
rr moat m oat easily reached reached and ad can be most easi easily easily
Ij ly lytr withdrawn There are hundred of ofi ofusts
i trusts tr J usts which should be deprived of tariff brl brlprotection tariffotection
P protection pr otection Perhaps the best example of ofthese otthese
tl these th ese Is the Tinplato Trust TrustProf TrustPro
Prof Pro George Gunton read a paper on onTrusts onTrusts i
Trusts before the American Physical PhysicalSociety P 1slul 1slulSociety
S Society So ciety in which he said trusts were aim 8Imply
P ply pl y economic Instruments for the doing doingof dolgor doingcertain
of ° certain kinds of work He said thy thpywore thyI
I y wore w ore a natural result and ad were termed termedIn
iln ll In accordance with the principle vf e eeG eeGnomic ceo o
n nomic no mic utility Continuing Professor r Gun GUBton
t ton to n said saidThe saidThe saidThe
The general tendency te acy of the trust trustmovement t11l5tmovement
n movement m Is to utilize scientific sde tlAe devices devicesand tlevicesand
and an d superior organization and In on eec wayj wayjor WliYJor way I
or ° another sometimes many ways alti ultiI ultiImately wit witately 1 I
mately in ately divide the benefits of the inven inventioa sven svenon
tioa ti on and organization Kith the public publicAlthough JHlbllcAUhough
2 Although A lthough this is demonstrable there is I a atreme1l4lous aemendous
tremendous tr misgiving regarding r gartliag these tlI con corporatioas torporaUOU8
poratioas p otaLiens If some of the very large Jar ones ooeseould
J could c be definitely selected as trusts it His itIs itmore
1 is more than probabie that public opinion opinionwould oplaloBw1d opinionouki
would w ouki demand their cecrifice as aa atone atonemeat ateDemellt
meat m eat If we e probe to the bottom we weshall weshan
shall s hall find what the moral sense of the epeeple
people p really opposes is not corporate corporatee corporateaterprioe j
enterprise e e terpriae but monopoly monopolyIt J8ODOp ly lyIt i
It is commoniy C asserted by certain certainperboss eertablper6OllB
perboss p ereonu now nAwh la evidence that all allmonopoly allBfHIOpoIy allonopoly
monopoly m onopoly is bad that a good monopoly monopolywould JBOIIOINIIywould
would w ould be like a good monarchy JlHHUUclQVllt natbtek iak iaktble
tble c bie This may be good politics but It te tebad Isbad InOd
bad h Od science It is se more e true that all allmonarchies aUJBeDarehks
monarchies mo narchies are bad than that all republics republicsare repllblicgare
are a re good Neither ek er is it true that aU allnopoly mo monoaoiy
noaoiy n opely Is bad 41 all eoopetKiea 8C1ettt1 < a good WheLk Whetkwhether Wlteter
er e n a monopoly is g er bad whether H Hwill 11wUl
will w ill tend constantly to 4tstrw 4Ii distribute te the thepreSts t1Jepreftts therofits
preSts p rofits and create new margins margl by tiIBJtrn tiIBJtrnlag Improv Improving ¬
lag la g methods will depend anon 1Ip8 bow the themonopoly tilel1t9IH
monopoly m onopoly is aoswred aoswredetc ae4ltlicedIa
Ia the cue 9t t street railways gu guC4NBIHBi65
C4NBIHBi65 c etc whisk ej operate rae under an4erfraachhves tllMIertrauehbea underranchises
fraachhves f excluding competition the Cow Government Qov8CDmeJtt Cownnaceat ¬
ernment e wo weal I dprobabiy commit the few fewest fewest ¬
est c ot blunders aad least violate economic economiclaws ecoIIOIDIelaWS
laws la ws by acting on two st stFirst simple pcpolUoaa pcpolUoaaFirst
First F Ft irst make the corporal corporalthe oorpoa corporations 0D5 CODtri contribute t to t
t the he pnhHe revean revenues by 1t means of a Iran fraaehlse Iranhine raa raaeltle
ehlse c hine tax oa the haste of real estate see seeon Me011II seend
on 011II e nd by selling the franchise te t the high highest 1Itgkest ¬
est ° bidder the bidder not te offer meaty
Jor to n the privilege bat the lowed rate of oftariff tatI atariff
I tariff t to the public thus th sharing ahari the bane benefit ¬
fit 8 g te ulth 110 Ith the taxpayers throttgh a fran fraacUae fnwttax frane
cUae e tax and with the traveling public publicthrough publictlIrMglI
through t lower fares XaresP1OT faresPLOT
Went t Vlr VirgInias Iln Executive Guurde Guurdely
ly n Squad of Police PoliceIARKERSBURG PolicePARKE1BURG
IARKERSBURG W Ya 1 1We Juon 21 21Wednesday
We Wednesday 11 plot to asasseinate te teAtkJDOa Governor Governortkinson
Atkinson A felt through at Baehhaanoa 1IM The TJteGfl I IGovernor
Governor G owornor was there attending tag the meetIng ee ag agI j jConference
I o f the Board of Trustees of Ute Methodist ol1t8tCoatereace
C Conference anleresee Seminary SaataaryReeeatt I IRecently
Recently Edward Tews of ofW16 Backhannea j
was w as killed ia Clarksmtrg C by Vatte Bough Bengbw Bengbsalt BeugJaer Boughwho
Jaer w who joined 11 eIOW which wan III III IIIsait par paruit
salt s uit ef Young Y oa supposing him ta be a mar mnrderer JDarderer mararer
derer d arer aad a fugitive from Jostle justice Boagh Boaghoer BoacDer Bock Bockoenvleta4
oer was oenvlcted ef mansteaghier er erMItt and andsent L Lent
sent s ent to the penitentiary and eaty y reeecdy j II
was pardoned by Governor Atkinson The T1aetatber C j jter
tatber l oC Edward Y Young baa heeD very btt btttel bit bittoward
tel toward the Governor GM rI1or and it te said Midlaal he hehad be
had h aI been making kta threats neatest both Mr MrAtkins i j
I Atkinson Atkins and Valle Booghnr Boap and his fun funily fmaso
ily so that t the th Bonghaers Boa MlS had been advh advhed adnI
ed a d by the Buckbannon police not to adwisx go ta toaad ix x 1 1Bvekhannon
Bvekhannon and to keep eat of Youngs ixI I f fway Iway
way ay Young had been drinking heavily TRy TRyT j
The T e Governor GoT rn was surprised oa leaving leavingthe JeaYiBgI bavtn f
I the t he seminary near midnight idaIPK te and a aI aqaad aqaadof squse
of police waiting for Mm H HiItwas lie was Inf IDfOllDell IDfOllDellt I Ihat
that t at Jhey and heard that Young Y had made C Cthreats I III
II threats aad they bad with them the a mac JIUawtto ii iie i iwhe
whe e said he overheard amaa plaza 111 being made C Chr j
by a number of men for his meassiastinse anna art aatiaa aatiaaThe tieII tieIII
I The T police had gone to the seminary Iaary te teprevent tolCeveat ix i
prevent trouble aad Insisted on escorting escortingj eeeontia Uac Uaci
j the Governor and the ether trustees to the the thehome i jI
home of ReV Asbury Mick Iek where here they thaI l lspent j iSJnt
spent the night D IIIt while two police kept keptguard k kgwud c
I guard all night etttside etttsideYesterday
Yesterday morning when the Governor Gorentorwas r I Iwas I
was ready to go to the train he road the tb tbchief e3 j i
chief c le of polk aad a part of Us tepee ready read n nt i iI
I to escort him The pollee pointed out OtItYomrg ocx t >
Young with about a doses fellows around a arose arosehim Dd d
l him all drinking and ad apparently waiting walt1agI I II
I j The Governor turned to Young and said sal I j I
that it he wanted to epe h him he was tliece tlieceToung then thenh sahlll I
Young walked away and the crowd with nit nithim h
him was also disappeared The man who wetold wh 0 0told I
told the Governor what he e had heard sat
I fefied Mr Ir Atkinson and the police that tl Aci A t tI
there was a plot to assassinate him aDd aadthat aDdthat an anthat ci
that only the prompt action of the police policehad polk e eit
i had saved his life The poHee will arrest annex annexYeong it i iCOSTLY II
Damage to A Luulb Luncher r riant 1 lan1 Expected Expectedto a ato
to I tench 91OOOOO 100000SUFFOLK
SUFFOLK Va June 29 SFlre Fire broke oat oatat fHltat so soat it
at 6 oclock yesterday afternoon in I the dry drykilns drykUu dr 3 3klIne
kilns of the Suffolk S fk Sawmill Company The Theengine Tb C
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engine of the t e local eal fire i department broke brad hrnkdown 1 I Idown
down aDd an extra engine arrived fret ft ftNorfolk n
Norfolk at 11 oclock oclockThe ocleckThe
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lumber JWOW Mctt eleven dry kilos kn 3S 3S 3Splaning i
planing mill aDd lumber sheds Ii IiTItere 15 IW M S
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whole less is conservatively put at atow 1 1OW 190 190Old
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