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4 TIfE EVENIKG TIMES rVAl1 WANGTON 1tKGTON lHURSDAY JULY 5 1900
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1foldI Ilonday June une 2 25 fO fOTUfdy 40394 40394Tuesday
TUfdy Tuesday June 39 401tO 401tOeh
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The Tlhune Tribune ur the leolIe leolIeIn 1t3le
In preentng presenting tho lon Hon WUIinm Ulnm Jennings JenningsDran JenningsBryan
Dran Bryan 10 o the naton nation as I lt candidate for forthe forthe
the Peldenc Presidency the Demortc Democratic Xato Natlofial NatlofialConvention al alolonUon
Convention olonUon asembled assembled atKansas tKnss City does doeshat
what hat was explcted expected of 11 IL The nomInaton nomInatonnevertheless nomination
nevertheless loses nothing of is its Interest Interestas Interestas
as an ccnt merely beuse because It was a a fOle fOlegone fore foregone
gone concluion conclusion Few things have happen happene
e 01 or wi will happen during the last year at atthe
the nineteenth centur century of groter groeter lrpo lrpotance impo impotance
tance to the American people and the fu future
ture or their Insttutons institutions and Goverment GovernmgnL GovernmgnLIn
In castng casting thilr their balots ballots for WIIuI William
Jennings Bryan te the voting otng mns masses cs or the be becountr
countr country wi will not be aotng acting In any sense i8 i8the isthe
the dark dark A vote for him ncans means dIstncty dIstnctyone distinctlT distinctlTone
one fOI for war to the knle knife against the trust trusts trustscarpetbag
carpetbag Imperialsm imperialism Ropublcm Republican defance defanceor defiance defianceof
or the Constiuton Constitution the spots spoils system systembribery systembribery
bribery and corrupton corruption in high plaes places AIgerlsm AI Mgerism
gerlsm Eagnlm Eaganism Sampsonlsm Sampsonism and Han Hannas Hannaism
nas naism I If the American people abhor ni all allthese
these evis ei1s as we frly firmly blee believe a vast vastmajority ast astmajorty
majorty majority or them do it Is within their theirpoer theirpower
power to give a deatbIo deathblow to te the lot by bycleatng byelecting
cleatng electing the KaRs Kansas Ciy City candidae candidate Irel Ireldent Presi President
dent or the Unie United States StatesI StatesIt
I It Is almost a waste or words vors t to address addressIntelligent
Intelgont Intelligent raders readers of the pleS6 press on the thesbject theaubject
sbject aubject of Mr r Drans piton position 08 the p po political
ltcalmerland litical moral and enmlc eeonemic qltons qieetions or orte oflhe
te lhe day Te The prnlcton personification or alalght alalghttornaes straight straightforwardness
tornaes forwardness and ru rugged g hOetT hosesty In every oeryreaton everyreatlon
reaton reatlon or lte life there Is Dot another man maaIn manin
In pubic puWic Jre life ccerning coecerning wlOe whoe views viewsopinions iws iwsopnis
opnis opinions prhacpe principles and snad standards thele theleh there therei
h i E so lte little rom roes rOI for doubt He has never neerbeen neverboon
been 11own known to besitate iatc abt about giving his blstelowcltzeBs
telowcltzeBs fellowcitizess the fet fiiest al and Iraulet Iraakest e cx cxpressien
pression o of his IUtet Iaaermeet thought thoughts and andcenvictioss
cenictn8 cenvictioss Irr0 irroapeetive tle o of acPtbltr aceeptb4i1ty 01 01otholwlte or orotherwise
otholwlte otherwise He is iaapbe inea bIe or swerB swerBthe swerving swervingthe
the fracto fractioe of a scR second frm from what to Ida Idaslprs hb hbapara
slprs apara the sral strait k path o of d dety l OUI OUII Othari Otharimay
I may be expte expected to sp shape tbetl their cr6 coorses Iy Iyt h hthe
t the cempess or opportunism exed1ene exed1eneor
0mp opprtuRI5 epene
0 or JIlarit pepwlarity Mr 11 Bru ahrl always Mi has a aI and andit
I it J Is cetain certain alwa always wi will b be gul guided 9h oiy Iy Iyhi h hhis
hi his ouince conscience aD and char CcepUO conception o of duty duUAs dutyAs
As a cssdiste W we kaw n w UWy thorov4hly wlt wlthI waI waIho
hI ho I is wb what lie rpre1 repreen al and whst Mt l k krflIdo
wi rflIdo do It eee elected electedPalinre
Falhuc to t 40 80 wld weold sho give Ue the t7Ut t7Utmckl tusI tusInsachhse
mckl nsachhse of Henna ad and 1i his cfethtte confederates thi E Efour
fol four yer years o of unbidkd unbeidied fower yower which II k k kns H Hneeds
ns needs to eopkte complete 11 Its work o of suIYer subvertn subvertnour
our latuUo inMitsttfons ad and elbt easbe I it tM tirau L Lwicked
wleke wicked Ililtkm legisletlon an and b by pking jsckiug tle the S Sn Snpree
preme Cor C041rt to fuly fully a accomplish < omply the e ex exploitatios
ploltUoa ploitatios and lot loot or our Itlu island tert territe territeries
rle ries the robbel robbery or tIe the TreBur Treasury for th thbneft shi I Ibenefit
bneft benefit or the tmnBprtton transportation mgaate magnates Ule Uleder0t th E Edetest
der0t detest of the Zlcgua Nlceragua Canl Cansi projet project End Endthe enc I Ithe
the praeUcl practical abrogaton abrogation of the Cstu Cstuton Coosttu Coosttution
ton tion T The people wilt 1 have their choke chokeIn I Iin
In November between betweena a rOtorton rtoration of the theRepublc th f fRepublic
Republc Republic of the F3ther Fathers aD and an emple emplerled
rled mba b by the tmst trusts aD and monople monopolies Tey Teyhould Thea Theashould r
should relze realize tht that perty posterity w1 will hoc hodthem I Ithorn
them ropoDlblc responsible for the m use tey they make makeof I Iof
of their opprtuniy opprtuniye opportunity opportunityThe
The e JOekin Iekln AtroI AtroIAlhough ttrolty ttroltyAlthough
Alhough Although the natve nstice storie stories or the Pekln Peklnbutcher L Lbutchery
butcher butchery have not oen been ofclal officially eonfrmed eonfrmedCher confirmed confirmedfbero
Cher fbero Is hardly tl the vestige otge of a dlspalton dlspaltonto dispositlor I Ito
to doubt their substantal substantial acuracy accuracy Her Heran 1er I Iand
an and In Japan and Eurpe Europe tere there Is a s srwfll sor sorrowfI
rwfll rowfI common beIer belief that al all the foreIgn foreIgndiplomats 1 1diplomats
diplomats women and chidren children and le legaUon Icgation
gaUon guards In Pckln h1c have been butch butchered butchered
ered eredEven
Eon I if I it wero ero otherwise nothing culd culdbe couk I Ibe
be d dane ne fOI for their rele relief It Is no logr longer a aqueton L Lquestion
queton question or marching on Pekln It Is rather ratherone ratheone
one or holding Tientsin The RusIan RussIan and andBrItsh an t tBritish
BrItsh British admirls admirals at Taku blec believe that not notless nd L Lloss
less tan than a a bundredand hundred and forty tousand tousandChlnce thousand I IChinese
Chlnce Chinese troops arc between Tientsin and andPekln an I IPekin
Pekln whie while nn army of ninety thousand thousandunder thousandunder
under General Nleh is reported as S march marchIns marching
Ins on the fOlmcr former place The foreigners foreignersnt foreignerat
nt Pekln having been slaughtered and the theEmporor th thEmperor
Emperor and Empr85 Empress Dowager dispse dlspose I Iof
or In Bore some efectve effective manner I it Is to be beexpected ts I Iexpected
expected that Prince Tuan wi will dGpatch dGpatchthe dospatci 1 1the
the bulk or his fOlces forces to drive te the Interna Internatonals internationals
tonals tionals out or the river ctes cities Tientsin Tientsini Tientslrwill
will i not not b0 e able to hold out aginst against Nleh Nlehunless Nielunless
unless reenforcements alrlve arrive ageat agreat det detfaster des desfaster
faster tha than tey they are lke likely 1 to Even the thefeulblty
feulblty feasibility of a stand at at Taku should tbe tbeChine tfl tflChinese S
Chine Chinese anlt arinIta unfe un1e against I it may ay bo boopen n S Sopen
open to sme some queto question S So the day or ve vegeance er ergence
gence geance for the murer murder or thc loatlon legation p pec pecpie
pie Is far dlltnt distant and It will i not come this thisside B Bside
side or te the autumn In al alt probablt probability Te Terin Tb a arainy
rin rainy aelon season Is on and Pckln could not b breche a areached
reche reached by a fylng flying rumn column before Septom Septombr Septvmher
br her even I It there were sufcent sufficient troops at athand a 1 1hand
hand tOI for the enterprie enterpriec 1n shortS hort noth nothlag nothlag
lag can be done otenhl offensively for week weeks yet yetor yetor
or unU until a fOle force of at Je least JUt fifty l thousml thousmlsldlec thousani thousanisoldierd
sldlec soldierd has ben been aede added to the tenty tentyIhoul twent twentthousand
Ihoul thousand now ashore ars I If thEe these can r rss ra rasist
ss sist the h81de herdoc which wi tli fal fall upn upon tke tkettln thea it itwithin
within ttln the ne3t neat few dA days aD1 and hold the thegrousd tb C Cground
ground wel well ard already In oupton oocupstion the they will 1 co cowel a a awell
lnhIou Ilntltbon lrlolcr Prisoner or Slate Sfncr SlateMt
Mt r RatJbe Rtkboee exdelCthe exdeteetive exprla exprlameRtr oxperIls oxperIlsinste
meRtr inste agent and eDretor exDirector Cene1 ol olCubn a if ifCuben
Cubn Cuben Poets la si still In Iana Ilaysea bc bccPa e ehi I Ibt
bt hi has ben been plalnl plainly told that that weN were he to toatUHpt t a aattempt
atUHpt attempt to levc leave Cut Cuba he would ould b be prompt promptly promptly
ly Joke leaked up fn Cbanas Cabanas forrcs fortress Rth Rthbone Rath Rathbone
bone bone ar affects ts not to unetand understand why he Is Istreate I a atreated
treate treated as a prlener prisoner of s state te anti Ul i1revente lirevento 3 3from
from visiting I ting his own his native land landw landw1en
w w1en cn the o t 10 known charge a against lnst hjm hjmIs bin I IIs
Is tht that he r to too Iberalt liberal to blrnself lmselr tn tnnQters Ii I Imatters
nQters matters of rurniure furnIture anl mt silk underwer underwerIt underwes underwesIt
It It I is true that he bough bought lte little comfors comforssc comfort S Sseth
sc seth as a stea steam cabin launch for lghterge lghtergeJrOcs lighterag a aIwrpo5es
JrOcs Iwrpo5es blt but what or that Does not not ib ibGovernment Lb a aGovernment
Government furish furnish Governor Alen Allen wlln wllnlyaoht 1 1a
a lyaoht yacht which hslst has cost n nearly rl threquat threquatteT threequas threequastern
teT tern or n miIon million tht that hIs eie exile may be bees hi 0 0less
less es unendurable Rthbone Rathbono Insists that thatIr tim t tMr
Mr Ir J3ristow ristow has not found b because cule he hecould hi S Scould
could not fnd find n sigle single Hem or expense In Incurre incurred
curre curred by the late Drector Director Genrl General ot ott o r
t
posts P osts which hICh was not Warr warranted ant ed by Cll cI cIumatances
cumstances c Then why he wonders Ot OtSaS oc53S 1
SaS 3 53S 1e 1e docs does Is he demlne detained In tu tuwhen
when w hen he would much prefer to roam the theUnlr
wU
Unlr U nited State Statcs He caIms claims t to think that 1t 1tIndicates It
Indicates i a dsposlUon disposition on the prt pert of the theWashlngton
Washington 2uthorltes authorities to hold him res responsible
ponsible p onsible for XeeIys shortcomings In cae caeI case
I i t Is found Impractcabe impracticable to rirod railroad Ule Ulelatel tha
latel l atter to Havana for LIa1 tial
Uahbno ltathbono would be hltlng hitting nearel nearer the themak
mak mark I it he owned up to what he knows 1s 1sthe
the t he real reason why he I is kept where he is
and a nd watched day and night by by the seuth5 seuth5or I
or o f to the AdmlnlstrUoll Admlnistratioit I It Is strcty strictly be beCAuse
CAuse c he has threatened to exos expose his ecU ceDredertes
redertes f ederates In c certain rt3ln past tr transac C Ctons
tons t ions or a seamy naure nature nnd nnd1s aadhas
1s has pomised promised to pul pull con down the thepiar
piar pillars or the temple uing using te the rich richEern richEastern
Eern Eastern Imagery which Is naturl natural to 1s 1scultvatcl his
cultvatcl cultivated soul ul I if helopcs he bopcs over to get aetback
back to the cnUnoc continent 1ahbone ltatbbone wi 111 have haveto
to make promIses and give hostages cf cfa
a sort which hlch tnnot cannot be rurlshed furnished re1tly reCiy t tPerhalg
Perhalg 1 If he should age agree to have b1 his
tonSe t ongue Cl cit out end bc bath h hands Iopsd oPIw or off
E D o that he coull could neiher neither 5Pek speak nor wrte wrtehe
he might be perited permitted to return cndi cnditond coadi
tond tioned upon his lving living undol under sur surveillanca lanc3 lanc3for
for Bne some year years As s I it II Is he knows cr crought
ought to 1now Imow that he 13 too dngrrous ngeroui ngerouia
a peron person to b be at lare large atlet at least untl until after aflerthe afterthe
the ProldnUalcl1lon Prosidontlal election Rthbone tere terefor there thereore
for f ore would do o wel well to secure come ome employ
meat from no now uni until the middle of Xo Nocem Nocember m mber
ber lc lIe does not dand the ghost or a i ichnce
chnce chance to fash flash his egle eagle eye upoa 01 the I IEltue
Eltue s tatue or Liberty in New York Hartol Ilartor be
fer f or tht that time
tme tmeorrl
orrl orrin nt UUIn itujinne C1 City I
Mr r James L 1 Norris olrls exhibied xhIbitcd hlmsoU hlmsotnd
and a nd his heeler heelers before the Commite Committee on onCredentals I
Credentals Credentials at Kansas Ciy City yesterday with wltbthc withhe
thc t he naturl natural rsul result tht that the commitee committee by byan
an almost unanimous vote ote decided to ex exclude oxude
clude d ude them from the Conenton Convention Ller Lleron Later
on o n and probably In a spirit or cntemptu cntemptuous contemptu
ous piy pity for XOllls Norris whose auterlngs sufferings were wereoblously wereobviously
obviously more than he could hr bear the theI thecommitee I
commitee committee agreed to alow allow him to remanl remain
giving al all the warring delegtes delegates seats ets with wlthhaI
haI half a vole roh each But the tOt test was as on the thej themoton themotion j
moton motion to seat the Norri Norris men alon slone an and
that motion was bttcn beatea b by a vote oa or 31 31to 3G 3Gto I
to 8The 8
The matter Is not or a great del deal of
mater get
I
consequence and we ma may ea easiiy l Imgine Imginethe imagine
the wenllness weariness wih with which the membrs members or ortbe ofthe
the Cmmlt Committee e on Creentals Credentials lstene listened to toorlls
Norris orlls and hlF his oppnents opponents bt but we e are In Inclned
clned dined to beleye believe that I if Xorl NorRis had himsel himself himselfkept
kept awn away from Kanss Kansas City his dele delegate dalegates
gate gates wold would hlve have ben been ste seated Thc They wee weeelected Were Wereelected
elected by fraud or cor cours bt hut the con contestants
testants were never r817 really eJo elected at al alt
I and legl legally had D no ease I It ws was the sight sightor sightor
or Nerr Nettle and the apeees speecHes or Nerl Nerria Ut UtI that thatdid
I did the 11 badness in with itl th the Cre Credentials ta I C Coni Conirnittee
mlte rnittee an and fe for thi this unesils unconscious areo areoth service servicethe
th the decent ent DemOIl Democrats or Wahl Waaktngton tO have havet haveto
t to thank Xoris Norris for the Irt fret tm time timeMr
I 2r Mr Xerris mln main dere desire wbkk which w was of ofcrN ofcourse
crN course to bme become a Jlr neaiher o of the N NI Na National
I tinl tional Cofntt Cemtttee seems m nw now t to b be fnuI fnuIItIte frss frsstrated
ItIte trated I It i is Bt not peobehie obe tt that Ie he wi will at atI attempt
tempt to wj buy up th the Hole ilolmead dkten dktenia delegstlen delegstlenin
I ia piR plain alsht o of the CVeU8R Coonventlon aa and aler alersItde after afterthe
the sItde apecisde he bs has mde made o of 1IRU himself at atKansas t tKan
Kan Kansas Clt City the Xatkl Natiensi Cmile Cmtttee wl wlharly wilt wilthardly
harly hardly Oler coasider him ia IUi ailing th the vacancy vacancywhich y
I wlk which wH will b el etied I by t the w d sdiock J8 J8tbat Inthat I
that event Mr r Nori Norris wl will pfo panama 1tre 1treI 1tref retire retirefrom
from Dtrlet Diatriet pitI polities aa and tl the Ji loesi DeiaC DeiaCracy o or
f r racy wi will b be allw allowed t mra micra t to tM tMof ways waysof
of pe peace 8 and konenty konenty9eaecal ty
9eaecal rl MacArthar coadnees Is cositni cositnibute
1 arBC tD et
bte bute IIrny liheralir to 1 l the It Ilteratare Itt e ef pence I Itl is isthe
tl the Plfphae3 Fhftips1aes by sen4iug e a h rr rraM Ieistar Ieistarflsj
aM flsj uete neWttC cagualty t I lL5 rl I5CtIR5 I5CtIR5current
I erIt current deaths and woanda I in the war warwhich
ct aa4 Wf
wbkk which Otb Otis eJ comjoieteiy te ac and i1 Masily al alpr sap sappree4
pr pree4 asreral ert Rt1 sentha ate e The FiphM Filipisna Filipisnaare A AI
I ar are qUr queer pe people Te They a set j jast as s If Oi Otis Otislead
hd lead J not cluio crushed the them aDd tret treat th the a aD8t am amnesty
D8t nesty prolm3tt prociamatien wih with Mwh seerswith jt jtbw just justbow
bw bow mu muck we 4 do not kuw ksew bU because there therevery
i a ver very vgolos vigorous eeuklp censorship o of th the t tgrph Isle Islegraph
grph graph and mll mails at ManiIa ManiIaUnfortasately anfn anfnI
I CDfortK Unfortasately tey thee there I is si still mh much retn retnto reesen reesento
to fel fear that RUB Itussian jely jeaksmy of Japan will willprevent 1
pre prevent Dt the latter frm from rllvlu receiving te the ml ml11ate man mandate
date or te the pwels powers t8 rMt raatore orr order il is CII CIIna Chi Chian
na Rus Russia la waRts tle the jb job herself rSI aa aa prab prabably
ably would get I It bt but for Elands Bogiaads vein veinPorbapo el elPorhap
Porhap Porbapo th the Ctainty certainty tht that te the JecaUou JecaUouPiople iateupeople
people In Fekln have been killed may tend tendto tendto
to mend matters but probably not for rerlong forlong
long 1 would be a shame to let aD any 111 111temaUon1
temaUon1 bad feeling Interfere with tile tilecnsennce theongeanee I
cnsennce WhIch shoulll be wreaked upon uponChlneee uponChinese
Chlneee barbarians with as little delay delayas delayas
as possible ptlslbleLman possibleLyman
Lman J Gage Is not at all dead He Hehas liehas
has been missing for some time but has hasbeen hasbeen
been located at last at Atlantic City New NewJelse NewJersey
Jelse Jersey Where be made a FoUrth Fourth or July Julyspeech Julyspeech
speech yesterday He very elY appropriately nppropIfatelyselected appropriatelyselected
selected the alleged yellow ellow press as his histopic histopic
topic and denounced It for Its luridness IUlldnessand luridnessand
and untruthrulnCt which he clalmedplay clalmedplaybavoc claimed play
havoc with the commerclallntere commercial interests ts of the thenation thenation 1
nation 1Ie might have said with some oC I
Its financial interests also lo one knows knowshow I
how much pain and loss the exposure of ofGages ol olGages I
Gages deals with the Standard on bank bankmay
may have cost some person or persons On Onthe Onthe I
the whole the S Secretary cretary would do well to toImitate
Imitate Abner and not show himself agn1b agn1buntil agriltuntil L
until after November Novemberlhe NovemberTiic
lhe nlalllJton IJoer IoerTo lunl lunlTo
To tile Editor of The Times Timesder TimesA
A day or two lefore Ifore the deperlYre of Ue Com Commi thmminiosefa
mi miniosefa il from rein tHe South frican J lltysMlos lcs fr frthis Iron I Ithis
this country I noticed in one ef tile New ew Yerk YerkneW1lfM yen yennewenpers
neW1lfM newenpers n a detailed statemet 4tesneM ef the ltOOpts ltOOptsaoo nceip4and
and espenMteres x t of the snoseys 1 5UMriItfd lor lortite fcithe
the Beer cause in XCt cw York city I have ber n nJ I Ilseikg
J etl lseikg 10 ior a like HatemIm ions the k W Vashiag Vashiagtoe hi hitOft
toe treasarer but perhaps H IR wsitlrg iUrn retorns retornsThe tttm tttm1M
1M allt which ltick I Qr fltIftl isle t the coiltcll n nlJet I Ilasket
lJet at the Heu ll sr meetln meeting a few weeks ago was wasBOt ws wsnot
not melt hut small II 35 It r25 1 think the 500 500Idiht eel eeledilars
Idiht edilars should Jioo know how the MILerI ntheeiptIees UIIJK woo wooapuiied me mealtliied
altliied ANDREW JOIIXSOX JOIIXSOXJ JOIISSONIeielojeit
J Ieielojeit < Jolcl 1 by Cult Cultivation Cultivationlmin hutlon hutlonIrom
Irom the ChiRuti Enqoiror Enqoirorowr r irl
11 OItr pdfn eetah1es tablfos are merely rely types in inproved
prwv proved Ity Ieft atltint cultivation Of1 of wild apo4os Th M C Cosblne
wild NJt osblne i1 cannon esusk in I idao Jty h 1M it C Csea
sea Itttt is of JIO see for feed in it wild state
IRdHd it will tllk bike II Intanlet tDW te > tell thet it we wea ai aia
a nbhsije at all Scotland owes the caWtae 10 10ItIIIWn ii S Sr5iwrfli
ItIIIWn tGliUf soldiers The cauliflower is bet cuI cuitivetd
tiy tivetd ilflpnte zrnpruvemont nt on m ties f2hbtt rabtiage It WaS we S
bmutlkl + t ta P ffKti peefectien n iN l Cyprus ntS sail was mn cry
hide 111011 until about a Hilnuy 80 I1 e epanip C Canother
panip Ii another native ef f this QUAt country Ye M E EWSY
lllaY find it along llon almost any wdenow uow but it is i I Ieiealt I
eiealt Ii sent i ttnrIr bitter in its wild StOte StOteChisiese rate rateCIl
CIl Chisiese h < Soldiers Snl1IcrClroJn SoldiersFrom
From t the Cblcao nKOfd nKOfd1ItT fleeordIkyai
1ItT Ikyai i all ally be Chinese 1Iln < lIOJdifr if bt ne ntaM rni rniti
tv ti he deaWL The rank and tile of t tle e esbe snn snnshow
sbe show an antaturt evsrao Stature ninth IrNt Cretr r than thai tLatof thaiof
of t the Japant Japanese while many of t a soldiers or
III big men They line strength md I endurance ndunt ndunti
i They Ire tlo dottk Dt 1nd EOlwr and can Put UIIth UIIthi up f Ii
i ham hirdshile lfIS At t times the they develop II sent of ant antmal salmel
mal ferwlty which hh IUKWPrw for darin daniar and an at L
Indifference te death wIdth I eh is a subtitute substitute for fe feintelligent
iutl4t1 intelligent ut COurue
I
1 SIJ11 or AnxIety AnxIetyFrom ADXht ADXhtFrom
From tb the Rochester herald lIraldAetordin heraldAccording
Aetordin According tll a Note York des despatch tch Gnjrnor Ciwernoflootvlt
n flootvlt Sflt hu informed the n Republican utJ can Nations I
Committee that be intends to devote three lQlid lQlidtbto I Iweckste
tbto campahn work In New York Slate aftfT aft
AUU8t 20 Tcddyjt for2t of the situlti situstioq cvi i
denlly places raCt5 Xcw York in the column of doubt doubt
ful g stat
KANSAS CITY GOSSIP GOSSIPKAXSAS
I
KANSAS CITY July 5The email man mlSnvlth
w vlth ith red cheeks whom hom everybody has 10 10ttced totced
ttced t about the hotels Is Dr C D Ro Roc Rod Rodore
c ore m National atlonnICommlttCmIlm Committesmtra tram ALa l1sIUl
IUl Ir a Hot he exclaimed toda today ruzclnb ruzclnbblmsel
blmsel h imself wlti wttk his bat and moph mopptcg his hislace
lace f ace with his handkerchief Wtill VelI It Itas t
w as only fort forty below era when 1 kit httJuneau
Juneau J uneau Left my furs at home Knew Knewit
it i t was going to be warm when 1 started startedI
so s o I Ju just t tucked this seersucker coat 03ta111 03ta111ie anay anayn
I
ie I n my grip and Its the coolest thing In InI
I town t own A new Idea struck him and then thenhe
he h e laug laugbcd 10ng 111 tell yon some fomething somehing
thing t he began but ill leave the thenaInCS thaaInce
naInCS n aInce blank Two delegates who cme cmeWIth cmewith
WIth me from Alaka la kl1 uttered with 1th the theheat theeat
heat h eat the moment they touched the EtSttS EtSttSWnen UllS UllSWhen
When we reached Kansas City the bcy bcywere bGyere
were w ere utturl utterly exhausted ad were sick to toeel 0 0feel
fT feel f eel the good old Alaska chill again igtnThey againhey
They T hey stood It tWO hours but at the CMd CMdot ndf
ot o f that time they were ieaperatc at atone sad sadne
one o ne suggested that a bathtubfuU bathtub full or lee leewater iceater
water w ater would scum etJm a little lIkehone lIkehoneBut like home homeut
But B Bt ut the hotel proprietor onl only laughed at atthem athem
them t They did put Ice on their heads beadahowtver headsiowfver
howtver l and then took a train lor HI h hhili hill
hili h ill Mo 10 to get cool before the tb COf1ien COf1ientlon Coisenlon
tlon t lon Its hotter in Richhlll than It is ishpre isere
hpre h ere Besides Im having a good tlaeand time timend
and a nd the they are burled alive Im going to totry tory
at
try t ry to have the next Convention fn Ju Juneau 4u 4uezu
neau n ezu We u haT plenty or stoves there thereThe thereThe
The Tamm Tammny ny men went Into their l1leirboadquarters theireadquarters
boadquarters h t the Midland ldland Hotel unan unanBounced unanounced
Bounced a ounced and unheralded alter their arll arllal arrial
v al They were not In the least bsckwsrd bsckwsrdabout bmkrdbout
about a bout making their presence known how however
ae
ever e ver And afterward It was apparClt appare I w wthat
that t hat hostelry that a Convention was on onhand onand
hand h and These Tammany braves began com comlnlnlDg comilainlng
lnlnlDg as i soon as they arrived and for forthose forhoso
those t who had believed that Bowery slan slancredlled san sanredited
credlled c to them Was all Im Imaginary 1glnery tbe tbewas there thereas
was w as a grand awakening They said cull cullmd cullnd
wa
a md nd bully JEt > and Ill tho those e things and andthe andthe
the minor braves were auspicious or e eerythlng cv cvrything
erythlng erythlngOne e rythingOne
One fat IIttlemnn little man waddled addled Into the hotel hotelIlh
w Ilh a grip that was l as Dig as himself himselfand himselfnd
and a nd almost as heavy Two colored men 01 01fered
af
fered f to carry carw Uto it to the desk ter er him bet he hewas howas I
was suspicious or them and preferred to tolug toug
lug l ug It himself Halfway down the corri cmrior
i Ior f or the crow crowd l was realiy lIy too thick for him blmI
I to 0 JHnetmt ro he drew a torpedo from fromhIs fromis
hIs h is coat poett and by means of the ex exJlosion cxiosi
Jlosion iosi by Its contact with Jlh the JIeer nor he heI belas4d
blasted b his wezi to thc desk deskAa dtakApother
I Aa Apother ther brae bigger In every ery way ty than 1111111the thanhe
the t he last sought the barber shop Immedl ImmedlI Immeditely
ltely a tely after hIs arrival aDd proceeded to tohnprea tompress
I aI hnprea I mpress his Importance OD the negro pot porter potcr
ter i cr He looked at the carky out of tke tkecorDer tktcareer
career of his eye shed his cost I In his kt9face hisace
face f ace and strutted to the chair laair lIe spread sprMdterror spreadI
terror t error In tb the heat of the man with the therazor therazor I
razor by sUddeDI suddenly rl rising lng and IlemtUJdls IlemtUJdlstbat deniondiag deniondiagthat
that the barber b sure ut to get care careees
185 l ees aid Id de blade bladeSaY bladeSay
SaY cull he shouted across the r om omto ruswo
to t o a friend they tell me they got a salt saltwater sailWater
water bath downetairs They say th thtrow they theyI
trow t iow In two spOOBtuls ef salt 18 make yes yestiek 08 08tlsk I
tlsk YOUR at de seashore With this ClolB ClolBnteDt ecesniest
nteDt the Tammany brave SU subsided ti tienough g geuough
enough to be abaved abaveda ed edAn
a a aAn
An old D fltdt dI With n loa long beard stood toodfraat s I Ifront
front 0 the swy rey Hotel yesterday maktJtt maktJtta aakiu aakiua
a a eeeh > It was a general deaandatiOB deaandatiOBor
or all uho ho would think oC cmlttl8 omitting Ii to tofreon 1 1tlOBl
tlOBl the iunecratlc m9Cnrtk platform aDd eome eomeot ao aoof
ot the things be said W were like aD okI okItashlonedmlnlMors elsIfashknedmlnleters
tashlonedmlnlMors tirade against sinners staDenA sinnersA
A crowd gathered aDd blocked tH EICJe EICJewalk sf4 sf4walk
walk aDd a as ttacbe at the hotel called a apoliceman I Ipoikeasa
policeman Tile Blan with tJa the blue nfl ualforM nflform
forM Mtcpried Ratly natIves and atradS atradSalike straapenalike
alike D by walking up and sayla saying poIItel poIIteloIy potitdyNy
oIy brother yell nlta1 make a db dbtJtbA1Je distnrhsne
tJtbA1Je Excuse Me e the oN IIIaA said saidrlteoul askpiteously
piteously but I am am tail of ofIttMd Deasocrth Deasocrthb40d
IttMd that It wilt 1MIhWe ass ha i spits et etme a r rMe
me meJames
James J Cooca Pe8WeM 1 the lite9IIp N Neuk
9IIp ot 11aaIlaUaa Ie here Mr C Ceuaa ts tstraTellD I Itravling
traTellD < wtb bios and t tby late latet Itcliii Itcliiivisit
t CaH4r Ala Iwore retlHDt retaraing < te N W WYcrk r rYcrk
Ycrk lr tr Cclepa waa wa wal waIkia doly dolytIoD 510W1 f flewa
tIoD Math Street 7etet1lay lrM when 1ae waa waaaeroNt1 wai I Iaeroetet
aeroNt1 y a Je Jean lean bcwhiskered wMsl red ia iadITW ind1vWai
dITW d1vWai warag rlllf a as Arkansas ba bahExeuse badge badgeExcuse
Excuse DI4 MIrtJtet aid the Arb ArbW1 Arkansa I IvIsiE
vIsiE W1 bat I doDt rMOlleec ever seeiltl seeiltlhat seei t that
hat l li1c that Mrere Woud ou d you mind mindteHhlJ tu 3 3telling
telling l Io ttbere bere yen got k The hat ID IDftlHtler ii I Ittnotion
ftlHtler wet a a JiD hu exible snow whIt whItIIIIJUuDI C C1aaaxna
IIIIJUuDI T1tat JB my frielMl said tlr tlrC dr
C Coogan an S not H a American bat I bcMIkt bcMIktIt I Iit
It 1ft I Ion ion I reckoned you did didsaid didsaid
said th I tksnsai ka man nut woalcl yeti yetiI ye E Emind
I mind telu me wkttt a bat like that thatCMt thai I Icost
cost brGUer That hat t said Coogan Ceogana
1 he lock It of to mop op 1118 hi forehead eoet eoetme cosi L LInc
me revat 1 ICHIads te tea Sevea e yuisnd 5 5teR C Ctent
teR tent snd the AruulS8S 1111I11 seme n npounds i ipounds
pounds > f what Tobatto ttr r Cooga a asay I Iesys
say esys It took him an hour tft Initiate hk hktRttrloutor i iInterlocutor
Interlocutor Into the l1e mysteries of Eqliah EqliahIDance I Inaltce
IDance IDanceWhile naltce naltceWhile
While Montana ontan1 has only six votes in inthe ii I Ithe
the COAention this diminutive deitg deitgtlOft deegation
tlOft Is makin making more noise than any other otherdelcKaUon otheidelegation
delegation owln to the factional J1ht J1htetw6Cn L Lbetween
between etw6Cn Daly and Clark The Clark dole 1clegatlon dolegallon <
gallon is celebrating Each faction bas a abig 1 1big
big band Last night the Clark ban bani went I Iaround
around and serenaded the Daly mfa and andIllayed am I Illayed
Illayed the rag time melody the word wordof ords
or which are 1 dont care 1t you neer r rcome
come back pack your clothes and So goPennsylvania
Pennsylvania has had had only one Demo Demoeratic
cratlc Govern Governor < r in forty ycers e8rs GOYerDr r rPattleon
PaUlson Except the Territorial GOer GOernorR Corernors
norR Kansas has hd only one Demo Democrallc Democratic
crallc Governor George tV GlickoC Gilek of Atohl Atohlson
son The two men met in the lob lobby v of ofthe o r rthe
the Baltimore Irotel yesterday ltternOOfl ltternOOflBoth afternoon afternoonBoth
Both commented on their distinction and androverno an i iCoverno
roverno Glick added that they were hoth hothclCted liotielected
elected the sarte ii e year ear 1882 1882By 1882By
By th the way Governor Click added addedmyoid I Imy
myoid my old home was 8S In Berks county In InPcnnsvan ii i iPennsyL
Pcnnsvan PennsyL anla anlaA a aA
A g gd l safe Democratic county Gov Governor Gwvernor
ernor Pattison repllelIand replied and not very tar tarrIOm fa r rfrom
from myoid my old home homeThe borneThe
The to men became good friends at atonce a t tonce
once Governor Click Is seventythree seventythreeears C Cyears
years ears old PatUtlon was the youngest Gov Governol Gorernor
ernol Pennsylvania has had since the thedays th e edays
days when King George sent the colonists colonistsa S Sa
a Territorial Governor fresh from an En English English
glish school lIe was thirtytwo years ears old oldJudge I IC
C C S SJudge
Judge Van Wyck or Xe New York wa WlS WlSstanding 5 5standing
standing In the lobby of the Midland ye yetcnJay yea iS iSteeday
tcnJay attcrnron when a Kansas City man manwith ma 0 0with
with plenty of nerve walked up to him himand hi 9
and said Van an old boy hows your liver liverJudge liverJudge
Judge Van Wy Wyck k was 83 thorouhly amazoc amazocI smaze smazeI
I am very ery Well thank you replied t1 t1judge thjudge
judge and after Bhakln shaking hands be mean mlndered meandered
dered out toward the billiard romp roOI1On rompOn
On a piece or unimproved property Just Justacro jut t tacross
across s from the Convention Hall there Is Isa I Is Isa
a collection of lemonade and sort drink drinkboot drin k kootbs
boot ootbs > s that does a thriving business A Abig A Abig
big tent has been erectec1 erecter also and under underIt unde ir irit
it It beer caD be obtained obtainedThe obtainedThe
The Wonderful ola Magaetc Dedc Lady of Kan Kansas I Isac
sac exhibits her prowess > ift a a small tent tentand teal L Lxml
and In conjunction with the Wldest H Hr D Ded I Ied
ed Steer in the country A little f forth u1her u1her41way ir irAway
Away you can tee n man cat Jive rattle rattlesnakes rattlesnakes
snakes for the trilling sum of 15 oems oena lu1 lu1acroS6 as 1 1acrose
acroS6 from the nalUmore Hotel there Is a arnln arninbtrel
rnln rninbtrel trcl show under canvas canasEery canvasEvery
Every vacant store on the business businessstreets s sstreets
streets has been taken by the showmen showmenrBOSt I Izaost
rBOSt oC them conducting mysterious free frees1o0ls ire e esloes
sloes which catch many gudgeons and andwhloh an 2 2which
which arc as InnocuGus Innocuousas as a school hool book bookMrs cok
Mrs Cohen or the Utah delegation is isaltractlngconsiderable i S Sattracting
altractlngconsiderable attracting considerable attention This Is Isher i 5 5her
her first experIence as 3 delegate t tia a aNptlonal aNtionaI
Nptlonal Convention 3irs rs Cohen SilTS saysab she shehas e ehas
has not enough courage Ul make a speeeh speeehIn speec h hin
In the ConenUon ConenUonTh ConvenUonThtr
Th Thtr Is 11 ticket Convention Nobody obOOy gets getsin get S Sin
in w wIthout thout a ticket ticket and there are long longJJws low lowriws
JJws or IIOJiceno volicemen n at every entrance to tbe tbegreat th thgreat
great hall Who demand a look at the cards cardsor S Sof
or admissIon Senator Jones said he In Intended intended
tended to ke1p out lU wno 00 could not show showtlcketsaDd shoa C Ctickets
tlcketsaDd tickets and he fskeeplng is keeping his word EYCJl Eve II
It I f a lIckellemIl ticketIe35jtrsn rsQn Is sharp enough to toet
get g et by OJ1e or 6 two policemen ollc men theN Is 110 110hope hOepo
hope h epo or getting by 11 dozen double sets ot otdoorlu
doorlu d oorkeepers oorkeepersExGoy epers epersExGoy
ExGoy Robert E Pattison or Pcnnsyl PcnnsylvlDla
vlDla m ania bas been holding 11 Jegn1ar 1eee 1t 1the atthe
the he PennsyJrn helidquartens every time time11e
11e h o has nppe tppeThdI F 1 slDce his arrival at the theBalttmore
Balttmore B alttntore 5ry ry time he steps Into the tholobby
lobby l he Is surrounded by admirers Who WhoIl
Il a sk k him for his vews on nIl questions He HeIs
Is i s n bIg faet factor t Il t the e conservative forces fOICQ5led forcesed
led l ed by exSe exSeqatr t lilll lilllCarter iiI
Carter II Harrls harrison n Mayor of Chicago
Is i s greatly admired by Croker When Her Harrison
rison n eon entered the = Co Conventlcn venUcn yesterday ester ay
Croker rose to greet him He shook shook him himarmly
warmly by the h hand nd He beane on onhIm
hIm hImHello
Hello tartEr said Croker CrokeruHello
Hello Mr Croker and th they y clasped claspedhends
hands warmly warmlyIy
iIy Iy Lord sold a Tammany hanger hangeron
on how I VoultI like to have Clok Ceoker r rghe
give me the sort or a glad hand he gave gaveHarrison gaveHarrison
Harrison HarrisonDim
a as
Dim the b button Uonmnn man Is weepIng atd atdalilng
waiiing alilng because or the refusal of the Cn Cnvcntlon
mention crowds to buy the carload of ofBryan
Bryan and Dantorth badges he has brought broughtto
to Kansas Qty Him now acknowledges
that be did not gauge the market po poperly I
perly pony and Is afraid fraId that he will rue his hisexpensive
expensive speculative trIp to the convene convenetlon Convontion
tlon even It he dOCnt have to waD back backAt
At the first session of the Conmt1on
y yesterday t rday after Mine me Fulton bad sung thf I
Star Spangled Banner and during the theI
I uproar ot the ovation to Hill a tall tallI
broadshoulderod blackmustached man mansnatched
I snatched s up the Maryland aryland State standard standardand
and a at nd clambered on thepIlltform the platform He stood noodthere stoodhere
there t shouting and estlclllaUng and to o obody
body heard a word of what be said Fitly FitlyI
reporters shouted Her Heres s something methtng methtnggood
I good and when ben the arylander clambar clambarI clamboreJ clamboreJdown
down he was surRounded and asked askedhvhat askedwhat
I hvhat what Was that motion Ou made madeThe
The Maryland man looked very cry serious
My mo motion ion he said said waa as one or thanks thanksto
to the beautiful lady who ba has just rendered rcndtrldthe
the national anthem and I think It comes COmf3wIth
I wIth peculiar lIar appropriateness from the theState
State of whIch the author of the song wu wua
a favored lion lionOne
I
One of thc big porkpeklng hOUS S hs hsa
a dezen water carts on the street earners eerncrsTb earnersThey
Tb They y aU beer a bJ big sign Free lee Wa Water
ter The cups are clean and the water wterIs wateris
Is clear and coW The wat water r carts rts were wereTety
very extensively patronized aU day chyOne
One of the get dres dreseed ed men here Is IsRichard
Richard Croker The boat has not yet IB IBdueed
dueed him to l Isunge uBge alGun around In his shirt shirtslveil
sleeves He dresses with as much careas careast care s sif
t if going for a walk on FIfth A Avenue Tenue His HisI
I aPJH appearance > raM Ie In marked contrast with Ith that tkator thatof
or nIP majority or the delegates who have hayegrown
grown slovenly uDder the torture or orbeat the theheat
beat and croWds aDd shed their coats coatswbetever coatswhesever
wbetever pottSitlle pottSitlleExSnat poesihieExSenate
ExSnat il II4I h is iiemecratie ratJe In drea1 drea1sIeCh dress
speech aDd manner His frock coat hi hiJoay
glossy wller whore It lies uM upon n the shevlder shealderbieis I
blad bieis s aD l at thd elbows His rey tree treesers I
serB haE ba at th the knee and rail chIm Ily Ilyevel cIudIyover
over his snaretead ret89d shoes bet his cotkI cloth clothlug
jag is well 1AuYd and Ws linen issasaco issasacolass
late Thor changes tu t1tieDS 11BIMICtS1 de nt nteo notconcern
eo concern tIle per peIsr New Yerkr YerkrXorJRaD YackerNorman
Norman E i 3iI ek the Dew National aUontl Com Committee Cornmlttoemsn
mittee mlttoemsn frolBXew ire New YOlk Is t the e preprie preprieUN prprieto
UN to at tM Butlale TIes He was one 8l 8lthe
ofI
the tlrst rst r frees New York State to reese CIBeout reeseoat < I
out boldly far Bryan at t the e Chicago Co Coventlon OB OBTeotion
Teotion Jile 4e began glttlDg talkiD talking and andwrtU8 andwritis
wrtU8 tot Bryan at that time aDd la lasUlI isstill
still enp engared 10 thIs work Ills ailogianee ailogianeeto lJecta lJectato
to the uat uatk t leader 1K has never V waeed waeedF we ad adsliI
<
sliI F 3lGrUli weighs vIcbs ti tipouads 22 22pounds
pounds lie was born fa Jew York aDd aDdlias andhas
has always lived tltqe thq He aid todl1 tint tintx thu thuKansas
x Kansas City M aft n right aDd that be lIked 1IkeltBe lIkedthe
the people here but that Jie 1rt Wished ed he hewaa hewas
was back 110 bow where lie could set june I IODe
ODe more glimpee eC the ocean a dttt ii iithe
tile cool waves ad a breath ot sail It air altaM I
I aM II ue De esid Id to tilts Ins 1118UMiOEpitere Insatesesre
UMiOEpitere atesesre I need esore mobt mobtTMIe molatnre molatnreThere
There was Be sever a more pea peaceful I1 ptllr ptllrlag gskrbug
lag OG thloi earth t than the ea and uoxen uoxenwho exea exeawlto
who have e C8BM can here t8 see the Demeriirle DemeriirleC Does DoesConvention
C Convention There buaet bee set been mte ar arr ars
r s and th e Juts D at teea be the IIkIe3 IIkIe3cause Iaat IaatrH
cause rH ae T The e deleptes areI their tJwirfrJend3 theirfrisods
I frJend3 endure aU th the e trials ateaast ateaastupon t e at
upon the heat aJUt crowds with the utmost utlDCstpatleBce utmostpatience
patience Not ODe agry went has II ei eihunl asheard I
heard lIaeklDeD motoraen pollee policemen policemenand men menaBd
and resfdtonu an seem to have joioecl1ads joioecl1adsiD joined tad3 I Iin
iD maJt making the Ote8siOll oecaeon Me tD ha 11 Tles TlesaUy rlessally
sally aUy rememJiered rememJieredT
T secret rPt or this ABe ka feeUa f5ellng was part JItlrtIy partly
Iy e exJllakEed < pJakltd when 1tflyer Reed made a aapNtn aapeeb
apNtn 6r welcome lco me Ia the Convention Hall HallRelI HallRee1
RelI Iii a sllert nian lien with 1th broad sbeuk1ers sbeuk1ersa
a iR Inc shaped head and a smooth faee are that thatis at atIs
Is tanned like the fRees or the Kansas Kansasfarme Kansasfarmers
farme farmers UlfpltalIt cam from him at atvery atevery
every + very word aDd gesture esture He welcomed we1comedthe welcomedthe
the visitors In a geed speech and gave Iawthem gavethem
them t the freedom of the city and all the theeilY thecity
city holds holdsOklakoma holdsOktakerna
Oklakoma B Bryan yaa enthusiasts propose t8 t8CtDlpalga I Icampaign
campaign for the Democratic ticket thy thyyear thisyear
year In a unique manner They are mak makIng rnalrlag
lag arrangements te leer aU the States in inpclal ina
a special car cOfttainlng ten Oklahoma Oklabomap Oklahomaspellbinders
spellbinders spellbindersit p llblnders llblndersIt <
It it proposed to make ten speeches eecles every evtrynigbt everynight
night 1ft some county throughout the State Stateislt Statevisito
visito islt 1 The plan Ian is to interest Ioealand Ioealandcoun locai and andcouny
coun couny clubs which upon thc arrival It Ittbe cithe
the special ear will assign each Ipea speaker speakerto er erto
to some town 0 or township In this wa wathe way waythe
the Oklahoma m aten n expect to create great greatenthusiasm reat reatathufasm
enthusiasm aRc also asee see the C8Untry C8UntryI ceuntryTHESHANTYBOAT
THE THESHANTYBOAT SHANTYBOAT FOLK FOLKContcufe1 FOLXConteixicil
I
Contcufe1 1 teople 011 < < Wliei hn nw lwell ll In Ar1 Ar1lnuJ Arke I IAIIt
AIIt lnuJ nh Itiver l Dunk DunkFrOlll thinksFrom
FrOlll J Joly ttlY ScriIt Scribners ScribnersOne US USOne
One cannot travel along alongany any or the larger largerInterior largerinterior
Interior waterways either by steamboat or orraU orrail
rail without catching sight or the ater watordenizens aterdenizens
denizens queer arklike habitations Con Contemptuous Contomptuous
temptuous references to them as shanty shantyboat shantyboat
boat folks are to be seen In the ewspa ewspaptrs ewspapera
ptrs or all river towns and heard 1n the theeonersatloJ1 theconversation
conversation ot aU rITerbank dwellers dwellersand dwellersand
and no State yatCled by the oU Mississippi Mississippithe sisslppl sisslpplthe
the Ohio the Missouri or any of their theirlarger theirlarger
larger blanches Is ever clear or them themSteamboat themSteamboat
Steamboat men say they number from 10
0000 to 12000 some or the more Intelligent Intelligentwater inteillgeniI
water folk themselves place the total at atfrom at atfrom I
from 12100 tOliOOO to 14000 at least least while all allagree atagree
agree that Instead ofbecomlng of becominir fewer fewerthey fewesthey
they are increasIng as the years roll round roundThIs roundTbls
ThIs notwithstanding the adverse oldl oldlI ordinances
nanees of Cert certain aln municipalities and the therepressive therepressive
I repressive but entirely Inoperative stat statutes statutes
utes or two or or three States It Is for forIdden forhidden
hidden Idden any shantyboat sh ntyboat man to tie up upthln upwthtn
wthtn thln the boundaries of the munlclpall munlclpallties municipallties
ties referretI to excepting In cases or ordire 01 r rdire
dire emergency the he States > s In questloD questloDprohibit I Iprohibit
prohibit the existence of shantybo1t shantybo1tfolks shantyboalfolks
folks at aiL aiLDry allDry
Dry land su supports > ports no correspondinclass orrespondlng orrespondlngclass
class In troth they cannot be treated treatedproperly treateL I Iproperly
properly as n single class for they are arespIlt ar arsplit
spIlt up into aImoot 2S many subdivision subdhlslonsas 3 3as
as those who ho Jive on shore Frequently Frequentlytht r rthese
tht these > se subdivisions are not sharply de defined dcfined
fined however and Indeed It would not notbe no L Lbe
be easy to draw nn o exact nct line separatlng separatlngrIver g griver
rIver from land dwellers in aU eases But ButIn But Butin
In some respects the water folk olk are a unit unitTbey unitThey
They return the contempt oC the shore shorepeople shun shunpeople
people with InteesL Without exception exceptionth t tthey
th they y are infatuated with the river 1S 1Sthey a I Ithey
they broadly term the entire system and andno andno
no no matt matter r how much they may differ dltYeramang differamong
among themseJvesthey thcmsclves they hang together togetherhen r rwhen
when hen in trouble with outsiders They call callthemselves cal I Ithemselves
themselves uthe the r1 river er people and sour sourdlsdalnrully r rdisdainfully
disdainfully when that title 1s applied to tosteamboat t tsteamboat
steamboat men roustabouts or even the therMtsmen thi I Iraftamen
rMtsmen who pilot great fields or timber timberand timberand
and 10gsdoWl logs dowp the mighty streams streamsIan streamsCosts
Ian Costs tbe First Ston StonFrom Stone StoneFrom <
From th the Louisville CIU Courier iff Journal JoWnalWe
We 5 may laugh at t the n ncro who 110 ill ItI rrply to t tthe
I the emma etlIIIDmtor qutltioJJ5Nicl questions said t tbit t she sheI ale a
I reads and wril writes but dO not t aptak ak Fr4llsh bu buI bithow i ai
I bow many 01 u us aba ho laugh at t her reall spek spekErtih zasl C CEcglkh
Ertih S
I
THE AMERICANS IN PEKIN PEKINrTentelht
rTentelht F wentyeIlit tlhnloanrl Iissionnries and Th Their TheirBamlliea lr lrrnml1lta
rnml1lta In the CololI CololIEW Coloity ColoityNEW
NEW EW YORK Jill July 50TwentyeIght 50TwentyeIght2merlcm
2merlcm A tnlss1onn1es Scot out by the 1hePr
Pr P resbyterian bytlrlan COnbI Congregational tlonal and Method
list id churches and the Christian 1sionary Mtsionarylliance
I Alliance A lliance and their families stltioned at ati
i Pekln P ekin are believed to hiave ha been Czcr Czcrwhen there
when w hen the Boxers and Ch1nesosoldlers Chinese soldiers be bei
i laD g ao their reign or terror The Their r nllOe3 nllOe3are
ga
are a re as follows The Rev Dr y tV A A P Pfartfn
M fartfn tho Rev John Wherry berry the Rev RevL Rev RevL
J L L Whiting the Rev and Mrs C C H HFenn
Fenn F enn lcdtwo children aged six and tO tOthe twohe
the t he Rev and Mrs 1t3 ChariesA Charles A KlUle Dr DrJohn
John J ohn M Inslls ant wife Ue Miss lgs Eliza E ELeonard
Leonard L Miss UssGrace Grace Newton III Miss Bes Beee e ecCoy
M cCoy and Miss IES JennIe MeKillican cKll1ietn rres rresbyterl reS
byterl h n the Re Rev William s 5 Amnr the theRov
Rov R ev Charles E Ewing and wjf wife Yrs M I II
I Mateer ateer Mica Ad Haven MISS Iw X Nellie lIla lIlaX
X Russell MISS Uss ElIz Elizabeth eth ShWell1 and Dd Ddt1ss
3 t1ss Virginia Murdock D Congrega CongregaUQnal
UQnal t ional the RevF Rev F D unewelJ Dr DrGeorge
George G eorge D X Lowrynud iwry and Mjss Alice Ter Terren tm tmeil
ren n eil Methodist and Miss Iiss D 1 IV Dou1r Dou1rIss Doutriss
M Iss Amy Browp Miss lL Rutherford and andnjSs
M njSs iss Ann1 nnle CowansChristian Gowans Christian Missionary 3oUsslonaryllIIance
A llIIance llIIanceThe
The American Board Congregational
also a lso has a mission station at Kalglm 1 1city I
city c ac ity of 70000 inhabitants inland 15 mllea mlleanorthwest
northwest n of Pekin at the Manchuria gate gteway
way w ay In the Great Wall It 103 3 3uJPlied 3uJPliedthat 3UppOSedhat
that t hat the missionaries withdrew from Fat Kalgan
gan S an to PeJdnf expec expecting lJS to tind nd Burnetut Burnetutprotection suffielntrotection
protection p rotection n the capital and nd that they theywere
were W ere there t ben en the elt city was cut o front flomthe
the outside world The missionaries sin sttltlonoo
tlonoo t at Kalgan were the Rev Mark ark Wit WtlIIams Witlama
lama l and the Rev William P SPl3gu SPl3gunnt Spragnnd
nnt a nd wifeThe wife wifeThe
The Rev Dr Martin baa been in China Chinarrobably
rrobably longer than any other missions missionary
ry r y tie went 10 NingPo IngPo In lSiO Be BeIhles
Ihles s ides doing missIonary work he bas writ wrkt
t ell n s several Teral olumes upon Chlneee subjocS subjocSIn
In i n 18GS he bctaoe P president ldent of and pro professor
fessor f essor or InternatIonal law In th the Tong TonJfllb
Wee fllb College When the present lmpe lmperJaI ImpeIal
rJaI r Ial t ttuiveraity iTenity or China was as established e5tabUshedbe
be b e became Us president and hls hashelil hel1 the thentllse
ntllse centlRuauiily since them In 1858 I
he h o acted as Int intrpreter rreter for WIlliam B
Reed United States JJlnls Minister er to China C1zID1In j
In I n the treaty negotiations BegotiaUensHe
He was born on April 18 1s 1S7 In Live LiveDia
Dia n o lad After being graduated from the UJeID4I1ena
ID4I1ena I tidiena State Lnler taivereity lty he studied at the theProslJytlJrlan
Presbyterian Seminary In New Alba AlbaIK Albany
IK l ad lafayette Colle College e conferred upon bbs hLB1ft
1ft i re lSCt the de degree ree at D D aDd ten years
lattr l ater the t nleJlfftY or the City of ofYork New 1
York made him an 1L LI 1 L 1ft IS41 he mar marod I IriM
riM n od Jane VaMUll auaaut of PhUablpbia H His I Iwire
wire died ltd fa lm A sea no Xewell Mauls Maulsi tarullIs
Is I i lit b business I it this elt city He Was a maD maDelanD
elanD of the estand class elaseTle classThe
The Re Rev John Wherry Iter was born la laSbiplteubur inSbipnensberg
Sbiplteubur Penn May 3 1117 Oa Dr j jCoeRtHr
CoeRtHr SL 23 t ISU lie married Miss Ua Sarah E I
DraM jw t prier to receiving t hg his histotatment a aW
W iataent I totatment to tile Chinese Aeld He and alldJis andhis
his wife went to C China aa ill ISfH Four cbn cbndrm
drm were horn Il te t thees the y youngest age t In In1r inlg1
1r lg1 345 ra Wherry b I at present III this tbktOUDtt thiscountry
country They aYe a sos iu Newark NewarkX
X j 3The
TIle jTIle Rev J t I WMUBg ursa 1aS born in this tlIkStat thisSlate
Stat Slate January H 151 Deface eaYlag fw fwthe feethe
the CJ Chinese eliie AeM ed is SOf 1SO M BHlrrle4 a Miss 16 16Jaebe
Jackass Three children were 1 t ttIHMa
tIHMa the Mrs Whiting Is is and ad tt Is 1 1teiieved 1teiievedUa beelevedthe
Ua the t1U three children are ales ta tit this eMtRtry eMtRtryCr ceantryhr
Cr Whiting him rtl reintives la Rochester HOCMaterThe RochesterThe
The Rev C H Yeas bi ales 3 satire at attI atthis
tI S Slate te He was horn at Clyde April 11 11IN 11t1
IN t1 He reeeIYed 1 appeiBUlielit la 1 1iD lilt liltif
iD 1m M DNlrrted Miss Alice II lay iay who whew whowee
w wee born ia Bath X y December ember I 1 1They 1S 1SThey
They have two dllNrel chtIee Ji aped six and two tworear twoyears
rear lr FeaRs father Samuel P Fea FealiftS Fenn Fennlives
liftS III Pittslo8 ra raT FeThe
T My sw Charles A A KliNe received his hisJtftp hisappeisleeseut
Jtftp appeisleeseut i lIt ill JaBttMY USt He W1t W1tbora wsehors
hors at t Marsball Ill lay I hiT He Hemarried Hemarried
married Miss Aattte Scott a native of ofI ofIowa
Iowa January 8 2 1Slt They have BO BOdtildre sochildren
I children The Rev Mr r KilN boa boain tr triD
iD Marshall aJl IlL and Mrs Klllle baa a sin aiater sintsr
ter Mrs OUTer p List Lisle living I is Be Beatrice BesInce
sInce Xeli XelilAss Nh NhMiss
lAss Eliza X Leonard was born I a AOS AOSt Kosauth
auth t Iowa X Noecesber 1G 1 1i nest r received receivedbee lYed lYed1ter
bee appetDbettt as a missionary I Is 155 155SIte 1Si 1SiShe
SIte has relatives living at TacIM Wash WashMien W WolLis
Mien Grace Newton Is a uaU satire e t South SoutkOraace SouthOrange
Orange N J 1 She w was s bars tkerelay there iIsy H HISM 39is
ISM is She iitat aat to China hi 1S87 A sister sisterMrs
Mrs 11 Wwanl D Sbeparcl HftS ia South SaudlOIaoge SouthOrange
Orange OIaogeJolIN OrangeMiss
Miss Beanie deCay wa as horn in China ChluUfOr Chinalien
lien father D C 3leCey was 1 mluioc mluiocry mianiecany
any ry She 1eeEU811 her r appointment t March farehS farehMIH
2 181G 181GMiss S
Miss Jessie MeKlIlkaft Is a native of ofCanada el elCanada
Canada She was born at Van KI K ek k Hili HiliOBL HIiOat
Oat III 1856 She went to China 111 Set Settt Saptember
tt tember > mber 188S She he las relatives la Van YanKlock VanFlook
Klock Hili HiliThe
The Re Rev W S Ameat was considered j
by the oMcers oeers or the Ameriean board nI ODe ODeor oneof
or tIle mast promising missionaries So Soorth s sNorth
North orth Chins He was 6 sU superintendent rtDteDJent ef efthe i ithe
the Congregational Mission at Pekin He Hewas l lwaa
was born In 08SS0 lldl HIslre ills wife is isno isnow
no now in Oberlin Ohio The Re Rev Charles
E Ewing 1ndhis and his brother the ReT G GHtRry GHenry
Henry Ewing o the Congregational olis olissin MIssian
sin nt it PaoTingFu went to China llbout llboutfivp sbouifive
five years esrs ago Their father Is the Re ReDr Rev RevDr
Dr EwID Ewing for many years ees pastor of r t tie e
C41r Cogrcgatlonal regaUonal Church In DaITers Mass MassThe Iass IassTILl
TILl Re Rev Charles E B Ewing Was about aboutthlr shoal I IthIrty
thlr thIrty years ears old He was a gmaunte of ofAmhCrst el r rAmherst
Amherst College and of the Yale DITlnlty
School honl He was married Worelea beyore leaving ins
for China Mrs rs Ewings In fa father hr dIed at alhis
his home near New HaTeD about a week weekas wed wedago I
as < His death ath Was due In a large mea meanre moosnrc
nre 10 worry about the 1i safety fety of his hisdnu hi hidau1ter
dnu dau1ter dau1terMiss tcr tcrnss
Miss nss of Elizabeth Sheffield WM born In InChina in inChina
China Her father father was 11 Presld President nt D Z ZSheffield ZSbeTheid
Sheffield oC lie North China College n year yeargo yea yeaago
ago go and entered upon her work ork In Veldt Pekinimmet1iatel Veldt4mesliaely
immet1iatel > She had sleclal charge of oftbe 01 r rthe
the training school torkIndergnrtners torkIndergnrtnersSo fur klndergurtners klndergurtnersSo
So fa far as could be J06rned the missions JDlsioDflry
ry oclElies in tit this Is city reeehed no des despatcJes despatcbos
patcJes from China je yesterday tflday Their of offices offlees
flees wore are closed closedOUR closedE
OUR E INDIVIDUAL A1iATOMns A1iATOMnsJllllion AAT MIES MIESlJillious
Jllllion n cif lInllte Aulnts nhnnl 1n tbe Sb Sbunman
11 unman olnnn UOtI UOtIrom 11041Front
Front rom tlt the ChljR Clneiniiatt tati Jn11lirlf Jn11lirlfTIs ItaquirerTie
Tie rather a creepy piece or f news 10 t a
boar from the scientists that ones bolly r
Is naL net as most 0 of us think a single ani animal animel
mal but Is actually made np ot something
like ten millions Gfmlllions of millions ot animals animalsall antmal antmalall
all welded together nd helping each other othe
to JIve liveIn
1 In other Wonln words our bodies are composes compse1of composesof
of myriads oC little masses or protoplasms protoplasmsc311t protoplasmscalled
called d cells each having a distinct and an anindependent
Independent life or Its own These eells eellsare cell S Sare
are really very y similar to the tIny litRe litI C Csnirnalculse
8nlmalcullie that one finds in ponds and an I 1
in j every ery pool of stllgnantwater stagnant water I yeu yeuget ye yeget
get one ot them under n microscope yd ydwill 00 00will
will Eec tha that it Is a little mass or jenwhich jeW jeWwhich
which Is e donilnoally nUnQally Sending out fcelnrs fcelnrsfor Ieeler s sfor
for food and f it meets with ith a putlcJe putlcJeof C Cof
of anythIng It engulfs JL JLBut It ItBut
But In the human body t tle e masses Dr o r
jrnyare jelly are each surrounded by a dense en enelope envelope
velope elope so that they have no power 10 Pllt Plltout pa t tout
out feelers TRey are of different shape Ehapesin
in the muscles lungs liver f1testlnes f1testlnesbrain latostinesbrain is isIn
brain and elsewhere and t each ch does a cer certain nertam
tain tam part or the boc1s workthat Is to tosay 1 a asay
say there is a divisIon of labor taberTbeblood laborThe
Tbeblood The blood brings them all food and andcUrWusly andcuriously
curiously the blood cocten a number ot otthe o othe
the mlmalculae you find in ponds whlen whlenrorage whirl it itforage
forage for themselves themselvpsETmT themselvesEt5ry
ETmT OM of these rells 11s Is a a living am ammal aniDial
mal But the tat and bone or the bdy bdycontaIn had L
contaIn none of them for these 7Ue re really veafi veafilifeless
JlfeJl lifeless substm snbstaneez ha n tb the other hand handthe I Ithe
the muscles nenEs nerves teart lungs ski kin kinand I Iand
and every very JIving part consists entirely or orthem c If Ifthem
them
1oreIJtl Alliances AlliancesFrom 11IlnnccJIFrom
From the CI fl4esgo go Tribune TribuneThe TribuneThe
The UnittdStates United giates has ld Xper experience 1nee of f Jotnt JotntmllnaJenwntin jon t tmanagement
mllnaJenwntin management in the ca caic of Sm02 U did ot otwork o owork
work welL IL The experiment Pfrimmt Win not 1 be tried on onaarrndfr o a aa
aarrndfr a rsirder and more complicated mplic = ted tora1 scale Tbne Tbnewill Titer C Cwill
will be no entangling alliances in Ch1na
NEW N EW CANADIAN TRADE RULES RULESTrlJ RULESriplicate
TrlJ T riplicate > lI nteCnlltoma Customs Invoices SIDlllar SIDlllarto
to Those Ulled Here RequIred RequIredIn
In n report to the St State te Department DepartmentCommercial
Commercial C Agent Johnson of StaDbridge StaDbridgestates Stanbridge Stanbridgetates
states s that the Canadian Government has hasoptcd
a optcd similar regulation o those of ofthe ofhe
the t he United States requiring triplicate cus customs ensome
toms t ome invoices one to be flied at the port of ofentry
entry e one With the shipper and the re re1alning
1alning a one to be torward forwarded to the Dc
partment p of Customs at Ottawa OttawaThe OttawaThe
The following new regulations regulations were put putInto
Into I nto effect June 16 16rho
rho invoice produced for entry at the thecustom
custom c house In respect otgoods of goods pur purchased
chased c by an Importer shan be an invoice InyoJee1rom invoiceront
1rom f ront the person flrm rm or corporation sell sellIng
Ing l ag the goods to J Importer The 11 11olce
v olce shall be properly certUied certified and shall shalllalthfully shallaithfully
lalthfully I represent the transaction be between
tween t ween the seller or the goods and the Im Importer
porter p orter In respect o such uch goods and shan shantruly shallruly
truly t exhibit the actual prIce paid ald and to tobe toe
tb
be b e paid for the goods by the importer task taskng
In I ng entry thereoC Including the cost ot otconrlags ofcoverings
coverings of any kind and aU charges and andexpenses andxpenses
expenses e incident to pla plaAng > ng the goods 11 11condition
condition c packed ready for shipment di direct
rect r rt oct to Canada Goods bonn ona tide exported exportedto
to t o CAnada from any country but passing plS8tngfn
fn i n transit through another country > haU haUbe
be b e valued for duty I If they were Import Imported importti
ed e ti directly from such tirst iirstmonuoned iirstmonuonedountry ntwJed ntwJedcountry
country c subject to the rcllowln icBowing condf condftcns condiicnz
tcns t namely nlt1nelyTho
Tho bill of lading far the transportation n nor
or o f the goods oods 10 Canada shall show th thqtlmate tho thotImate
qtlmate u tImate desUIlAUon of the goods teem the theplace thelace
up place p lace of original shipment to be a po In InI
I Camua C anada without any coJting coattoganey y et diver dtversloa
sloa z ion and the goods shall haU lOt be ont entered enteredor red redconsumptlon
or consumption or for wareDOUSC 0 0main or re remain
main unclaimed or remain for any 1 1pltSe per
pltSe p pt ose other than their transshipment or ortransit
transit t In any Intermediate C counary Unvy UnvyThe
The said bill oC J lahlog Ung for the tranBPO tranBPOtatlon transporstion
tatlon t or of the goods from the port or erigl eriglnalshlpment erigial
nalshlpment n al shipment to Canada or 1 certified certtftedcopy
copy c opy or copl copies s thereof and each ueh f farther farthervidence rther rtherevidence
evidence e as the collector may rftll nMetre re to toestablish
establish e the direct cxportaton ef the too goodsfrom s strom
from the place of original shipment te a apen aort
pen p ort In Canada Canada as hereinbefore provided preridedI providedogether
I t ogether ther with a proper In invoice voice ot the theI theonds
I goods p onds shaH be produced J ay tU 1c importer importero e ethe
t o the collector of customs at the p port > rt at atentry atntry
entry e ntry provided that a customs mS certificate certifieateshowlag certificatehowing
showlag s the transs transshipment IJlment at the goods goodsn
I n a British or forelga pert without entry entryhereat try trythereat
thereat t for consumption or for warehouse uareheu6eI
or o r for any other pare than their leans leansortatioc
I portaUoo p ortatioc In tniD5ltu to the port of desU desUuatlen desUation
uatlen n ation lR Canada may be requited lily the theil theaid
il s aid fd collector as further eYk evidencu Jc a any anyeaae anyase
eaae e ase where he deems k Bec neessasry y ia acl addillon
i liI dillon on to the bill ot lading provided nIna a1IOI nInahat
I hat t any origInal bm of lad lading lS when iie iieI asproduced
produced te the collector aDd massed JII ed with 1112the withhe
I the t he CIlSt9fBS MIImp may be retirnad tJ Ir a atraasltu aI
traasltu slatfIDeDt In a f form approved apprcftdby approvedby I
by he Joilni Minister tet c C Customs tems containing eeatalDJegI containingthe
Ute material facts aets set forth I in Ute Wit et etJadlag i iading
I Jadlag l respecting the aes4ameaz ameat ird irdllag ixtIvd ixtIvdag
l ag 1IKkage ckage marks and freight charges dulresSUed ho hoflied
llag SUed with the collector aDd be 8T hiss dJ8e hisscinipsred
e cinipsred paftd with the parUeaJars ta the orlgi orlgiI orlgiint
t int I WIt of lading ladingGoads g gGeodi
Goads subject lIjeet to 1 aa 34 valaresa duty tlctyDOt dutysot
DOt imported ill CCIDtem conformity t 1t these rag regalatloas ragstations
stations shall be rained aM t enpralsod it itthtr attheir
their fair market talus a ° soil tar or e eIe bassoconsumption
consumption Ie the principal l markets ot otthe ofthe
the laM country whence the oda were weretreMperted wereronsponied
treMperted t lain Canada at 1M ti8Ie when whenhe h4m h4mtile
tile t he HUH were expor1ed Item sash cows coIHIlq cowsPAT
lq lqFATMEN
FATMEN PAT ItENOP OF ANTIQUITY ANTIQUITYTlI ANTIQUITZTheir
TlI Their < lr UetboI of ReduCinJ Weight WeightSSOO eibt eibtoo
SSOO oo Years DrJI Ago AgoFrees 10 10F
F Frees the Idoa GloW GloWWe lole loleWe
We k know frees roIB ancient ltIst hlat9gy t same sameof e eeC
eC the greatest meD of the Old Wads were W8Iefat werefat
fat fat bat It bi sews to hear tat ue were weretroubhd waretreebled
troubhd 1a their minds es that susanne 841e1MHttDaBtias susannePanting
Panting Is I generally supposed ppoHll t is lac aa aavenUoa Is IsvenUes
venUes of ue present Mt e8Rtry bat that thatUsia thatthis
this is not Ute ea j shown Ity the treat treJHb treatis
JHb is by Gales on the fooda 1 adapt adapted fIN fINprenUD incI
preventing < or red1lcl reducing Ii1MosIty which wIdritnoW baa baanow I
noW b edited for the llrst time in lite liteoriginal te teoriginal
original Greek by a German scholar sclaetarFroBS scholarFrost
Frost an a interesting account nt supplied 1ty 1tya byi
a writer ill the LaIKet We learn that UtatUeatl the i
theI
treatise e ID evestioR which was wrttteR Writtensomewhere I
IlIOIRebere somewhere 1 is t the e second eeJIItwy A A D Bwas
I AS discoe discovered IR Ig 184 aDd parrllaMd 1ty 1tythe bythe
the Dlbliotht Bibliotheewe > IUe XaUoDale The M s wail wailfreqaeatly wasfrequeatly
freqaeatly referred to by ancient authors autbGniaD4l authorsand
and there seems to lac De roaeoa to toUaat doubt doubtthat
that it la rmliT the work et tM tMphSiclaa lessees lesseesphysician
physician Be that 3S It may It 1 Is asia JHMoworthy asiaworthy
worthy that the treatise e k a aciestile eDdAe aII aIIUclpaUon anticipatlon
UclpaUon el Ute Halln basting sy system w8lek w8lekbeo8lRe whinibecame
became l8pUlar about the middle of this tBbceBtury I Icentury
century Galen deprecates the UH UHdrugll ol oldregs
dregs and says t at the proper Way to re reIHe redase
dase < IHe fat Is by dieting lIe ree recommends 8IaeHseaUf1g I Ieating
eating leeks eaiens onions mustard and Bd naatur naaturttums nastarItems
Items ameag atnon green herbs and A1HM5 A1HM5which Isbeswhich
which haunt rocks and birds fretteatmg fretteatmgI Zreqseatlnmountains
mountains sayirzg that a aquatic < birds s ue uefat tT
I fat fatproducers roducers One ot his most CIIrie86 CIIrie86hints I
hints Is that vegetables which have beer HeDpre beerprecerved I
pre precerved lIed in vinegar 8r brine are feed for ferthe forthe
the tat and heretRhe herein ho anticipates the themixed i imixed
mixed picKles which are considered en enthe orthe
the Continent t to be a ptlrel purely English Ia IalntloJ Lavention
lntloJ So Some or his recommeDdations recommeDdationsread I Iread
read very comically nowadays but alt of oftbem e f fthem
them are full 0 common sense aDd it itseems i t tseems
seems extraordinary that bat so m much eh ln knowl knowledge wl wledge
edge should be est to Ute worN for se semcuy ss S Smany
many years There Is nothIng neW uDder uDderthe nude r rthe
the sun not even the presentcrae present craze for a aslim a aslim
slim figure and Cabins treatise shows us usthat it S Sthat
that after an people oC 17H years 3g were weremen war warmen
men of like passions with 1tb ourselves euIselVe6A ourselvesA
A SECOND SIGHT IYSTEBY IYSTEBYTratnmen STERY STERYTrnlnnlen
Trnlnnlen SorJrld J ii II U 3I Slcasztg < nle nleFronl C CFroiti
Fronl HCntItl flendiuarlcrs flendiuarlcrsVoni u rttrN rttrNCl
Cl oR the Oaks Chicago Ckohiehen Ckohie ClaonisisWhen
hen Sir wnuul iIHam C Van Horse e DeW DeWPresident net c ccaWent
President caWent o the Canadian Paelie Railroad RaUrsatwas L Lwas
was a a tnl train depatc er on tli the Chicago AI AIton Altort
ton and St Loul Lauls Railroad I is Chicago lie lielearhed Is C Clesred
learhed tat on a ce1alB night rue SO SOor sans C Cof
or the trainmen were la tile habit aWt or tak takIng ta I Ileg
leg cushions item the coaches and makttt maktttthemselves it itthemselves
themselves comfortable in the baggage car car1te I Ilate
late ODe ab sight t at about the lime be beuiouSht Ii C
thought the seen w would uJ4 have take takes the thecushloBs lb lbcushions
cushions he wired the head trainman of ofthe e Et Etihe
the ere crew a message which was s delivers d dit
by 1 the agent sent at a sm smell U way sb station OR uPtit uPtitbuok Pu it
Pue
bank t cushions but It tilled Ute Utetarts tn tnhearts e
tarts ot erthe the mOB with eoastenaatloll not notto as 1 1to
to say a awe for how unless he was We64N We64NwIth d dwith
wIth th the gUt of second night could tIs tIsdeepateher be bed
d deepateher tdr know they hat med wkk wkkthe wit witthe
the owableas bieDs It Is 1zarcR hard I noeesesry to us y yi 3 3that
i that the men never molHted t them em emCURPENT aa I
CURPENT HUMOR HUMORnnr1l1ce
Insurnuce nnr1l1ce CnHlCorH CnHlCorHJntRI CoHeetorsthe
JntRI tit Chicago x xt Nwa NwaWhat
What t goa1e aft yen said the br ss lie lieI I C Cfesod
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warning aI the appruark ttf their cats QIIitMnraa in cen cenisc
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