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The Tle circulation clr1ton of The Times Ur fe the vtek Veek ended
July 7 1380 18 MIt was 3 as follows followsSuatfar low ene
Su2T Suatfar July 1 1Moxdey 1P410 1P410Vofidty IInO IInOUortay
Vofidty Uortay Julv July i llSSr llSSrTuetday
Tuetday Tuw duty Jut 3 4t et < fc 71 71Wednesday i
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Thuisdiy TUlida July Ju 5 4 49t 49tFriday H Hlrd
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The Te Bntelicry nnthcl In Teliln PeJln PeJlnTodays J
Todays report relrt of the te assault upon and andmurder andmurer an
murder murer ot of the ministers mIn er and nodal all al other for i ielgners i itgners I I 1
elgners tgners in Pokin on July 6 and which is isalleged i ileged
alleged leged to t rest upon upn high hlh rbiujse iIse official officialauthority omclalautorty
authority autorty appears appeaa to be accepted as true truein tre treIn
in London Lndon according a odln to a late despatch despatchThe depatch depatchTe
The Te account Is circumstantial circumstantal end nc except exceptin exceptIn
in a discrepancy discrepnc ot o dates te agrees agres seneraily senerailywith eneraJy eneraJywit
with wit the native stories sorie hitherto reported reportedfrom reprtedfrm
from frm Shanghai Shaghai and Chefoo Cetoo It I would be befoolish befolih befoolish
foolish folih for anyone longer to entertain enterin the theleast theleast
least hope for the legation legUo people The evi evidence vl vldence ¬
dence points pints convincingly to the conclusion conclusionthat concluslothat
that all al of them men women and chit chlldrcn chl I Idrcn I
drcn hare hae been pitilessly pUU ssly butchered btc1ere by tho thoregular thoreglar
regular reglar Chinese Army under lder the personal personnlcommand
command of Prince Princ Than Tan TanWhen I IWhen
When the whole hideous truth trth shall shaJ be berevealed bereale i
revealed reale it i will wi probably probbly devIop dtv lcp that the thecrime thecrme j
crime crme was committed commite earlier erler than July 6 6and 6and >
and most likely lkely on June 30 or July 1 On OnJune OnJune
June 24 when the last ls message mesage was got gotten j jten I i
ten out from fr the legations it is knowa knOWo j jthat
that the doomed people peope were starving strving and andhad nd ndhall
had only enough ogh food foo left to keep life le in intheir inter intheir
their ter bodies bIe fer three days longer also alsothat alsothat I
that their ammunition ammuniton was nearly exhaust exhausted exhauste
e ed We e have hve reasonably rrsoaably reliable relable Chinese Chinesenews Chlnesontws
news ntws to the effect eac t that the first frst assault aSul in Infoce inforce
force was delivered ddIerc against against the theBritish thcBriish theBritish
British Briish compound compoult1 on the night ot June 1C 1Cand C Cand 6and
and the te runner runner who w o brought brught the te informa information Intora Intoratlon Inforinalion ¬
lion to Tientsin TIetsin declared del ed that it was in intended 1 1ten Intended ¬
tended ten to bring artillery artUer against agaInt the wals walson walson walson i
on the following folo1Iog day d3 It I is next to cr crtaln j i
tain tam therefore that that Prince Tuan contin continued cntn cntnue
lied ue fighting fghtng until uuU the inevitable Ineitle end and andthat aodtt
that tt it came C e within wihin throe thro or four days d of ofJune otJune ofJune
June 26 at most mt A letter recently rcenty re tecIed recelved I Iccived j
ccived cIed from Pekln by a Chinese Chines merchant merchantat merhant merhantat
at Chefco is said sl to have been dated date June j I II i
23 2 and to have a asserted rte that the legations lCgtoi legatloeshad I Ihad I
had hd been bn destroyed destroye and ad all al the foreigners foreignerskilled foreiguersJllIed oreigu2r
killed kle The T e question queIon of the time tme when the themassacre 1 I
massacre maSSere was TS committed commited is only important impornt i jas iai ias I
as tending tendlnE to test t t the probabe probbe truth of tho tholatest UeIltet ho ho1teet
latest Iltet story sory Remembering the difTereaes difTereaesbetween dUerenis dUerenisbetween differen s sbetween
between the Western Weer and Chinese chron cron chronology j jology i j I
oo ology y it I would wold be b very TOQ eor easy eas to account acunt for fora j ja I Ia j I
a discrepancy dfcrepucy of fie fe or six Ilx days and the theShanghai theSanghi theShanghai
Shanghai Sanghi reports rept which whl have been ben given givenout giyeuout givenout
out from tror the to time tme have 1ac frequently frounty teen teenfound teenfound j I Itound
found to represent rerent alleged alee conditions conditons ia iaPekin inPeicin
Pekin ein five days later than t Sheng the thereor Di Director DIrector ¬
rector reor of Telegraphs Telegrph has confessed couteed he in intended II iiitended ¬
tended they sbouW shol We arc compelled Cmpele to tobelieve tobhee tobellevethat
believe bhee bellevethat that todays toda s account a cout is corrobora corroborative crroba crrobatv corroboathe ¬
the tv of ofaformer former tor mer native nt stories and rumor rumorand rmor rmorad rumorand
and ad that tht the assumption mpn is cafe that tt lot ot a aforeigner aforeigner aforeigner
foreigner is i alive ale in Pekin PekinUnless PeklnUnlc PekinUnlee
Unless Unlc reenforecraents reenforcemest are pushed pushe for forward forward forward ¬
ward to the relief relef of Admiral Seymour Seymourfaster Seymor Seymourfaster i
faster than we are able to hear her that they theyare i iare I
are we are ae afraid lrld that another aBer and anl larger largerrflastacre larg largermassacre r rraacre I
raacre massacre is impending Impn lg From all al that that we wecan wecan e en
can n deduce decce from the Tientsin Tlets despatches despatchesIt dptche dptcheU deepatcheIt
It looks loos very ver much as a if the international internationalerces iaterIUonll iaterIUonllore Internationalorees
erces ore are in imminent danger da g r of being beingoverwhelmed biD biDoerwelmo beingererWhelmod
overwhelmed oerwelmo and annihilated aDnlhlate At latest latestRecounts late latestsecounts
Recounts aaount they only numbered numbre ten thousand thousandmen thosand thosandmen thousandmen
men who were compelled cmpll to maintain mintain a aline aUne a alne
line lne of defence eC uce fifteen ffteen miles wle IB II extent extentrgaiaot extent1pln extentagelnet
rgaiaot 1pln a force Coce ten times tme greater grtr and at pro provMed provhe provMed
vMed vhe with Uk artillery artler superior sprior in pins and andcalibre andcalibre
calibre cUbre and all thoroughly tJroughly w wel well tl served servedIt srve servedIt 11 11cUbre
It I is generally generly acknowledged adtNnIee abroad abrN to today today ¬
day that tht were the th mevemeRt mvemet feasible fesble a aretreat aretreat I Ir
retreat r tret from fro TJenUla TJntIB would be b executedat executed ecutf
at sees Oe It I has been b found fOR possible pble ta gel gelthe geLthe getthe
the women n and aD children chidren to Taku by by river riverbut rler rlerbut riverbut
but even that has taken many mny days It Itis I ItIs
is not Bt to be b thought thoht that tllt ten thousand thousandtraepa thou thoue3adtreepe ml mltn
traepa tn ctmM cld move mve out ot in the same sme wa waThey waTey WaThey
They Tey would woui have hf to take tae the t1e open and bs bsexposed b bcxp biexposed
exposed cxp front trot rear and aD flanks fanks to constant constantattack constnt constntaUack constantaUaek
attack gad sa artillery arier Are ire Under such Yh con condittone cn cnditons conditione
dittone ditons they the would wold have but a small sal chance chancet chan chan
t te te effect e1ect juncture with wih the international internationalfarces laterntonal laterntonalfe internationalferces I
farces fe e below bow The latter Jater itt in attempting attmptng to torelieve torelenl It Itrelieve
relieve relenl Tientsin TeBJ may have great gret difficulty difficultyin dUBcult dUBcultin
in penetrating poRrtlg the t1e Chinese Cki e lines lne south 3th of ofthe atthe olthe
the city ct They will wU doubtless d8bUe be b unable unableto unableI i I
to do d so a except in heavy hear force We do not nothear nothear t thear
hear definitely dehiely that their strength Is Isas ISas it I Ias
as yet sufficient for such sch an enterprise and andouilesc I Itale i II
ouilesc tale I it becomes 1me so s very veo quickly there therewould thereauld therevould
would auld seem som to be 1 little JUe hope hope for fo the gallant gl gl1ant gal gaFant
lant ant defenders of Tientsin TientsinThe Tentin TentinThe TlcntslnThe
The Hews neWs and the t e conditions cnditons it represents representsmake represent I Imake
make it the duty dlt of the United Unie States as aswell a avei m I IWell
well vei as S all al other otler civilized cvize powers poWer to bo botlr b b5tr bstir
5tr stir tlr itself IsI for lor vengeance vegencc and indemnity Indemniy It Itwould I I t twould
would ould never do to let China go unwhlpped unwhlppedof unwhlppe I
of justice justce or without lhout receiving reeiving such a bUs 1 1tering j j Iterlng I
tering castigation csigatoR as the world has hs neve neveBeen j I IBEen
seen BEen The powers pwer should never rest while whileone whlG whll i ione I
one stone sone of Pekla Pokl lies les upon another anoter The TheChinese Th ThChinese j
Chinese need nee the utter uter destruction destructon of their theircapital theIrcapial thel C Ccapital
capial capital end en the execution cCuUon of all al their gull gl gullty
ty leaders leder as an object lesson lessonI leson lesonIot essou essouLost
I Lost out Mali Inl nUll Colonlrntlon ColonlrntlonSome CoJouhmton CoJouhmtonome CoinnlantlonSome
Some ome time tme ago we felt Cet called caled upon to towarn towarn ti tiwarn
warn Democratic Democratc committees commitees and mana manaKers mmacers managers
Kers of campaign cmpig literary lerr bureaus that if ifthey ittbey i ithey
they expected oxpeted to t get their publications publicationsbefore publcton S Sbefore
before the peoplo It would be necessary necessaryto necessar necessar V Vto
to t watch the poatofflces potofces carefully carcful and an to todepend ti a adepend
depend upon thorn Uem as a little ItUe as possible possibleThe possibleThe
The propriety of that warning waring is exem exemplified exc exemplified ¬
plified pHled In the numerous complaints cmplaints now nowreaching nowreaching no r rreachIng
reaching the Democratic Demotc Congressional CongressionalCommittee Congessional CongessionalCommitee I ICommIttee
Committee Commitee that t1t quantities Quanttes of printed mat matter mat maticr ¬
ter regularly roglarlT sent sent to the pstomce postoffice in inWashington InYashlngton Ii a aVasbington
Washington have never reached their des destination destinaton desilnatlon ¬
tination tinaton The postal ptl authorities authories are virtu virtuously rirtuoust ¬
ously oust at at a loss to know how such things thingscould a acould
could happen and have instructed lntrcte their theirinspectors ther that C CInspectors
inspectors Inspector to inspect the matter matterThe mtter matterThe
The queer thing about abut the affair afair is that thatthat thatthat tha t tthat
that Republican R < publcn campaign cmpaig literature leratre gets getsto get get a ato
to its It addressees adllesees without wihout the least delay delayr doln I Ir
r difficulty difcul and it i is not denied deie that thatthe tat tha t
Te the same thins thin would ould happen in In the case caseof cS ens 0 0of
of Democratic Demortc pabulum if I it went went out In InIlanna Inlnna I n nIlanna
Ilanna lnna wrappers VrDper There Thee must be some somefcxtreraely somt corn e eextremely
extremely Etrerely pernicious IernlcIous partisan partSn activity actviY in inthe L n nlie
the lie service s01lc when such stch things thlng are possi possible pos ¬
ble bleThe c
The j jaln paln > aln truth trut ia f that the trust trst man management mn mnagement ¬
agement will wI not hesitate hcit to t tales tk dcspe deBe deBeto dcspeate S Ssto
ate to chances chlnec of all ni IJnds kinds kJnd in tb p c CC CCcampaign l lampRign t
oPllD campaign If I It I is rcwrsarr tSr recc sarv < o p J r e
real r eal Issues Isue ot the te struggle from frm being pre presented presn peeented ¬
sented sn s st d to the th people th6 the malls mnlswU will b3 batampered b3tampered
tampered t with wih as a matter m ter of course cure and andj Ind Indthe ande
the th the e antitrait anttr t propaganda propagand checked to t that thatextent thtexent thatxtent
extent exent e The Te National Nalonl and Congressional CongressionalLcommlttcca COsessonal COsessonalcommtte
Lcommlttcca commtte omngttcco cannot cnnot chance the Postofflcs PostofflcsDepartment postomceDepartment
Department D epartment in the circumstances crcumstances and andshould nndfhouid
should fhouid a at find fnd some other means of reaching reachingthe reachingthe reachinghe
the t he voters voter In every eer direction directon we tee fC evi evidences eIdences ¬
dences d ences that the Republican Republcn leaders wll wllstop v1
stop s top at nothing in th t thr r determination eterminton to tofasten totalon
fasten talon f four more years ycar of monopoly monoply cor corruption cr crrpton COCuption ¬
ruption rpton r and loot lot upon the country ount Even Eventhus Eve Evetht
thus tht t early In In the struggle strggl hundreds hundeds ot otWashington oIWahington
Washington Wahington W negroes are belLg colonized clonized in inthe
the he close districts d1trlt of ot West WUI Virginia and atdthose ard ardtEe
those tEe th ose dusky carpetbaggers carpetbger wi will bo b voted otd in inNovember InXoember
November N ovember if I their employers emlloyer are not kept keptwell kept I Iel
well w el ell in sight sightThe sight
I The honest houost masses mssos of the people peple this thisyear thls
year y Car have a rich organized orgJJlze and utterly utterlyunscrupulous utery uterlynscrupulous
unscrupulous unsrupulous u and depraved teprHed foe to battle battleagainst b tte ttegaint
I against a one oe which whilh would steal a State or orprotect orprotet
protect protet p rotect a Republican Republcan criminal crminal from jus JUs
I I ticc lce t ice or keep another aoter Republcan Republican likely Uklly to 10turn
turn t urn states stes evidence under a lettre letre decachet decahet de
cachet cahet c in Havana Havan The Democratic Democratc cam campaigu c cp
paigu p digu lgu work of 1900 needs shrewder shrwder man tuauageniont UZ
ageniont agemeet a than tha it I had ha in 1 1S96 to cope with withthe wih wihthe withhe
the t he methods methGs and devices of Hanna and nd 11 his
able a ble lieutenants lieutenantsThe leutenant leutenanth
The h Ilnndittl nt Georgetown GeorKetowiSince GeurgctownSinc
Since Sinc counsel cunsel for the Taylorites TaylorIes about to tobe tobe
be b > e tried for the te murder of Governor Goebol Goebolhave Goebl Goeblhave
have h ave failed faled to secure any ny material delay delayI
and a rd nd the te cases cses must mtt go g on there is a well welldefined wel
defined detned d suspicion in Kentucky that George Georgetown Georlc Georlctown ¬
town t own will wi shortly shorty be the scene SCfnc of trouble troubleIt troubleIt
It I t is noticeable notcable that many of the most dan dangerous dangerous ¬
gerous g erous characters among amons nmon the mountain mountainbanditti Iountln Iountlnbndit
banditti bndit b anditti are assembling assemblng there and it is iscertain Isceaain
certain c that hat it is aot t at their own ex expense
pense P ease S SLocally
penseLcal Locally Lcal tho inference seems to be that thatthe thatthe
the t he Republican Ue ublcan party managers arc fear fearfui fCrCui
fui f ui of the effect efect upon upn the country countr of a full fullexposure ful fulI
exposure expsup e xposuof of the e plot to assassinate assasinate Gover Governor Governor ¬
nor n or Goewrr GO GIed 1 which originally included one oneto oneto
to t o massacre msncre enough Democratic Democrtc State Stte Sen Senators SenI ¬
I ators atorsad a tors and Assemblymen to give the Repub Republicans Repubi ¬
licans Hcan l qontrpi Go trpl of the Legislature Lgislature It I is IsthcreQr ishoreZor l
therefore t horeZor apprehended allrehended that the gathering gteriug gteriugof 1
of o f the th tbet feudists fudit uthzts is for the te purpose purse of rais ralsing raisIng raisag >
ing l ag a riot and killing kUlng the witnesses wlne cs for forthe
the t he State Stte as soon as their testimony tesUo y be becomes become
comes come c menacing I 9iuaciw achr in the opinion of the te Re Republiean RepubHen
publiean pubHen p ubilean part party partj managers mang8r It would only onlyrequire ony onyrequire onlyequire
require r the murder of Ycutsey Youtey Culton Culon CulonGolden
Golden and one or or two others practically prctcaly prctcalyto practicallyo
to t o put the te prosecution out of court court This Tis Tisconsideration Thisonsideration
consideration c is the cause of a growing growinguneasiness growingun6lnes
uneasiness un6lnes u In Georgetown The Te fact that It Itexists Itexists
exists may my lead to the prevention preventon of an anoutbreak a anoutbroa
outbreak Forewarned Is forearmed forearmedA forearme forearmeA
A few days ago a number of our or Re Republican RepubHCn ¬
publican pubHCn contemporaries conemporrle were shouting in Inoylsh
boyish oylsh glee over the announcement announceent that that
in I n Wall Wal Street there ther was McKinley cKlnley money moneyto nJnc moneyo
to t o burn bur at t odds ods of four to one The re repcrt re rert II
pcrt llrt l rt as a it happened hapned was true tue to some som ex extent
tent but the to situation 8ituaton did not nt last long Jo
Democrats of a sportive sprUe diathesis lathcs covered eer coveredhat
that t hat four tor to one wealth wealh so s rapidly rpidly as to tocause tocause
cause a reaction reaeton in the market marketAfttr m rket rketA
Afttr A r a sojourn sj1urn of four days d at the Fifth Fih FihAenu FifthAvenue I
Avenue Aenu Hotel New York where he w wu wuUBntCe wesunnoticed
unnoticed UBntCe Taylor the Kentucky K8tuky fugitive fugitivefrom Cugltvefro fugiLvefrom
from fro justice Justee paid pd his bill bU and left llft for forparts lorprt forparts
parts prt unknown unkawD Perhaps Perhap he went Iown OWJ to toI toOyster
Oyster 0 8ter Bay to say sy goodby godby good by to his friend frend friendthe j i iI
the tle Rough Rider Rider before beor making his es escape eSt i icpe I Icape
cape cpe to Europe or some sme other oher continent continentwhere cOltlent continentwhert
where he can cB be maintained tlntalBo in safety sfety out ot otat outof
of the te campaign fund fundEnglands fundEnglands
cp1gn fund fundEnglands
Englands preoccupation pecuraUon ia I South Africa Africais
is something Smethlng of which she does doe not seem seemlikely sem semlkely seemlikely
likely lkely to be soon son relieved relend The T Th Chinese Chinesecrisis Cllnee Cllneecrals Chinesecrisis j
crisis crals has served servo to put new neW srt spirit into iatothe intothe intothe
the Boers and their ther latest late success succ In cap capturing e3 e3turlng capturing ¬
turing Nitrals Nlrls Nek and two hundred humdrl Brit British Bri ¬
ish Ih soldiers sldiers will wi increase Incree iL it The gravity gravityof JrUy JrUyoC
of the situation siuaton is increased Iner8 e by rumors rumorsthat rumorsthat I
that tha there are Indications hdletons of an antifor antiforeign antfor antiforolga ¬
eign outbreak in i parts pt of India India Alto Altogother I I
gather gete the prospects pspet for a dull and peace pae paeful peaceful
ful fin fn de slecle are re not no bright brightIRON bright brightmON
IRON HILLS MII SHUTTING SHTIG DOWN DOWUDecline DOW DOWIr DOWNVire
Vire Ir Trut rut PrcJdcnt nJnuied Cur the theDecHne thelieclitic
Decline in inNEW Trntle TrntleNEW TrndcXEW
NEW YORK July 13 1Te 13The The expected expectedslump ox expectedslump te
slump in the iron 11 output otpt for fo June did ld not notmaterialize Dt Dtmaterialze notmaterialize
materialize materialze though tlough there was a reduc reduction reY redscLion ¬
Lion lon in II the product prouct according aeordag to the fig figures f ¬
ures ure given out by the Iron Age AgeThey AgeThey
I
They show Ehow that while whie Northern XortJern furnaces furnaceswero flrna fiernaceswere es eswero
wero going OBI o of blast during dring June and andreducing cd cdreducing c I Ireucng
reducing reucng their tudr weekly w kJy output something soething j I
like lke l ike 24001 2W tons tOS the iron Iro producers prouer of Ala Alabama Alabasni ¬
bama have added adde three furnaces furae to active activeproduction acte acteproucion scilvaproduction
production proucion during the month mon k enlarging I
their production preucton by by 38S4 3e4 tone toD per week weekThe wck wckTe weekThe
The Te figures fgur show how only nine less 10 furnaces furnacesin furaces furacesin
in blast July 1 than on June 1 Ia a reduc reductien reducties
ties teR of 1 12933 9i3 tons in weekly capacity capciy
In Pennsylvania PennslvJula nine less furnaces turnace were
in blast bJat at the end of June June the decrease decreasein decrea6 I
in weekly vekly output ouput being gas 86 toes tor s There Therewere Therewere Therewere
were smaller smaler declines delnes in New ew York York New NewJersey I IJersey j IJe
Jersey Je y and an the Middle Mldtle West Wet but lut in the theSouthern theSoutberp I
Southern Suthern States the number numor of furnaces furnace furnacesIn i iin j IIn
in blast blas July tuiy uly 1 was S 64 6 against aginst 63 June T T352S2 1 1 1and I
and the e eekIy JY output Increase increased from from3S2S
352S2 3 tfnjjtoi tltO4 45219 19 Alabama Alabma contributing contributingall Cntributng Cntributngal I
all al the incrggfe iwJe iwJeReports increase increaseReports
Reports from fr PIttsburg Plttbur continue coDlnue to ex excite tx txcte axcite
cite cte the interest hl6s of officials ofcials here here These Thesereports Theserepors Thesereports
reports repors arc ar for the most mG part pt of a dlscour Ilsour Ilsouraging discouraging
aging character carcer and intimate intmate a reduction reductionof reucton reuctonor reductionof
of wages wa waqesora eg or r a partial plrlal closing cloiln of O f the te mills millsThe m millsThe Is
The reepoijsyjHlty rHpo lty for to this tis state stte of affairs affairsaccording atalrs atalrsaccording affairsaccording
according to the president of one large largecompany lage lagecompan largecompany 1
company compan fy ilatd laid at the door dr of John W WGates WGates WGates
Gates who wh several erl months ago us S chair chairman chairman chairman ¬
man of 0 t tieBgard ejBpard e Boad of Directors Diretor of the theAmerican the theAmericanSteel
American AmerlcaStel AmericanSteel Steel and Wlr Wire Company Cmpany caused causedtwelve causedtwelve causedtwelve
twelve twelve ot the t e companys mills mis to be clos closed cljg cljgC clcsat ¬
ed C at almost amost j jrihin jtithin ithin twentyfour twenty four hours hou on onthe
the he plea pIc ot overproduction Oerroducton OerroductonIr overproductionMr
Mr Ir Gates actionis actons said 3ld to have brought broughtabout broughtabut broughtabout I
about abut the conditions of today in that it itprecipitated itpreclpllte ii iiprecipitated
precipitated preclpllte a general uneasiness uneasine from frozewhich j j
which hieh both producers proucer and consumers c nsumers have havenot have havenot j
not yet et recovered recmreredPresident recoveredPresIdent j I
President President Gary of the Federal Federl Steel SteelCompany I ICompany
Company took occasion ocslon yesterday yesteray to deny j j I
the Pittsburg Pltsbur reports tport that ha the tbecmpan tbecmpancontemplated company companacontemplated j
contemplated a general gferl reduction rduCtOn in pll pllmanufactured cli climanufactured
manufactured mnufacured products prouct and that it was ur urgently urgenUy zirgently ¬
gently soliciting sclcUng business buiness at any rate rateWe rate rateVe
We Ve are looking for business busines he said saidtaking sid sidtakin saidtaking
taking takin it It wherever we w can n get It It but we wenever wenever e enever
never never nave have done done business busines at a loss and aId addont I Idont Idont
dont intend to to We We havealways havealwas been con conservative consenatve conserratlve ¬
servative senatve in our methods and operation operationand oper operationand lon lonI
I and this is not the time lme to depart depa from fromsuch I Isuch
such a policy policyThe poley poleyThe policyThe
I The New lew York representatives reprecnttVcs of the theCarnegie theCrnegie i iCarnegie
Carnegie Crnegie Steel Company Compny profess profes to be b Ig Ignorant Ignornt Ignorant ¬
norant nornt of any possible possibe cut in their prod product product product ¬
uct and have nothing nothing to say in reply to toreports toreport te a areports
may ma reports report close closeInlpcrlnllm closeInaperiallant that tat some oi o the companys compns mills millsmay mis misma I Imay
Inlpcrlnllm Inipcrtnllft and Trultl TrultlI Truata TruataFrom
I From Fr the th Binghamton Bnghmton Leader LeaderImperialUm LeadenImperldliem d
ImperialUm Implal m Is 1 a new and aD unsettled un tUr question questionthe questionthe
the tLI same 2mc can be said ie o of the tbl trusts tr4 There Ter qeton qetontLI is i a adivision adivion
didlon division of sentiment Mntmen t on these tl question quDio and thr thrarc th thar the theare
I arc ar fruitful fritul subjects sbjes of public pnhlic dtscuuion disoioD disoioDIUf Thai Thaiarc Thca Thcaare
arc IUf therefore thcrt rc the thl leading Icdin issues e and upon u these theselargely thct theselargely
largely brely the popular verdict will i turn tr It I u W not ot otI notof
I of court CfR course for fo the interest luttr of th t the Republican Rpblicn party part partthat
that tht this thi in I the U case c but bt it I is f now pretty clear clearthat cer certht cbs cbsthat
that the voters of the will
tht Tote tl country lnu I not waste wate any a an anbsliot
ballot lrdlota in the effort efoat to t dcierminv dceir questions qetol that thatc ito t
I f70 > c l indeterminable inde inbll or already alrdy dtermined d tertnined rint Above Aboveall Abe Abeal Ahoy Ahoyall
all al it is i crldetit ChJrt that tht the Republican n pblcn party will willnot wI wInot i
not Ret Iet any an aid d from lr Democrats Imot this thi year ytr none noneIlia nonrtt nonethf
Ilia tt thf ia i that t1t can I lo be > e considered r idee of any ny value Tl Ut what whatever Jt Jtr
ever r The Te C O P must mus depend d en upon the th full fiithfnlcf flth flthfulc fullf1of
fnlcf Its iS own ranks rmk and ud thousand toUnw upn of them tb arc arcdisgusted se m a adisgusted
disgusted i5t d will 1IUa its it record recordrrera rr rrSltelou recordSisiickus
I Sltelou Sltelour SisiickusFrom
From r the Detroit to t Free Fi Press PressI i5 lnkt
I tuye It klw ftrenjT doubts IJbt about ab nt Ttnspot kllS Ltt l > cMi a aVhyt artae1nedehennan
henlnt rtae1nedehennan Ir sid said Wm Wmnr Cdnco Cdncotvtivr
tvtivr Vhyt nr asked 2 l Cavker CavkerHi Cwkr Cwkrn Cackerfl
Hi n never c refers etirreto to trout trut u a speckled Ipklr beaui x a
REPUBLICAN REPULCA 70TEMAKING 70TEMAKINGDemocratic VOTMAG VOTMAGDemocrntlc
Democratic fl emocrntic Speeches SII ech to Induce Sup SU1llort Supjeort I ITiie
llort for Gold Gold nnd ImperJnUaD Imperialism ImperialismThe
The 7 e Republican Repu1lc n National ate a and Congres Congressional Cr es esflonal ¬
tonal flonal a Committees Commitees are sowing New York Torkwith Yorkwit
with wit w ith tho to currency curency speech apec of Representative Rtpresen Rtpresentle Representa ¬
tive tle ti re Drls DrIga Drigga s Democrat Democrt ot the Third ThirdBrooklyn Tird TirdBroklyn
Brooklyn Broklyn district ditrIct of New lew York York Mr MrDrlggs MrDrigs
Drlggs Drigs D riggs adr al adted nted the passage pssage ol oChe the Re Republican Republcn Reublican ¬
publican publcn p ublican Gold Standard Stndard bill bU and nd voted vote for forit ta
it it The burden of Mr Drrggs Drtg speech was wasCommerce wasCommerc
Commerce of 1 recent recnt years preferred preferre gold goldLegislative goldLglsllverlon I
Legislative Lglsllverlon L action has not forced silver Siver to to I
the t he wall wl wal cuamercial amcrlal action acto has ha The Te Tenerchnt The1 The1I 1
merchant nerchnt m erchant says ays Silver Slver has now become an Anrticle n t tartcle I I i
article artcle a rticle of commerce cmmerce rising and failing fllg in InprIce j I i
price p rice as do < all al other oter articles artcles of commerce cmm tce
ependent t upon laws of supply a amand a4 e I Imand I
mand m and Its Is value therefore tberefor is f fctJUng fctJUngconstnU factn4ing acta tingj 1
cs constant constnU c onstantiy hence it It Is undesirable as a astldar atandard I
standard stldar s of values valuesMr valuesMr I
Mr Driggs Drigg Informed Informe his friends on the
Democratic D emocratic side of the i
Democratc chamber chaber I do not notarrogate I Iarrosate
arrogate a to myself myse that I am right and andyou
you y ou wrong but I do assert aaert assert and will wi en endeavor I Ideavor i
deavor d dth eavor to prove prov later In li my argument argment argmenttat j i
that tat th at the money plank of the Chicago Chicgo plat platform pltform platorm
form f orm demanding the coinage of sliver siver at atthe j jwith
the t he rto ratin of 16 to 1 wa was not In hony honywith harmony I
with w ith the te tenets tcnet of the Democratic Democratc party i j
Another speech delivered delvered by a member memberof membt membtof
of o og f Congress who is indicated Indicted in the Con Congreslonal Conressional
gressional greslonal g Directory Director as a a Democrat Democrt and andwhich arlt arltwhich
which w hich is being used as a campaign cmpalg docu document do
ment m eat by the Republicans Republcans Is that delivered
on o n December 14 by Mr SIbley on the thesubject
subject s of the Increased Inre production prouctcnof of gold goldand
and a nd its It effect e1ect on the fcUtir question queUon > lr r
Utr r
Sibley Sible S ibley said sid i l i i iThe
The discoveries dlsccrle of the ti Klondike the do
velopment v eJopmen of Cripple Creek the perfection perfectionof perfecton tle tc i I Iat
of o f the t cyanide canid process whlch has ha enabled i isuccessful
successful s operations opertons upon upn the gold gM re refs refsof ecofa fs fsol
ol o ol f Africa ACrlc have so s augmented augmonte the nroJuc vrouc vroucton praducion i ition
ion ton l of gold that last lat year 6r the world j Iro ro j
duced d uced more than three hundred huncred millions miion ot otthat oItat
that tat th at metal metl more cor of gold alone added to tne tneworlds tneworlds
worlds w orlds stock stc of money than Uan had hd ever eer beea le leadde i
ao added adde a dded of both both bt gold gld and silver siver In any an anone
one o ne year since the history histor hlstor of man was first trt trtwrtten
written wrtten w ritten Rcsonslve flea onsive to the law Iaw laid down dOW1 dOW1I dOW1by downy I
by b y Aristotle Aristote and accepted acepte and advocated advocte bj bjthe b r f
the t he friends frends uf bimetallism bimetals following folowing this thisgreat
great g reat increase Inert1 ot the worlds stock stok of mon money mone mony
ey e ee y prices prles have hve risen rsen hope h h has again ngln been beu beuenllndled
enkindled enllndled e in the th human heart bort commerce commercesought commercesougt commerceought
sought sougt s new fields felds and Industry Industr and ecerg erergr energy
find fnd fi nd substantial sublnUal recompense reompens i
Mr lIr Sibleys speech spech on the te expansion expansionpropiton
pR proposition propiton p is i also being circulated crculated as a aRepublican aRepublcan aepublican
Republican R campaign document
Republcan cmpaIg documont I
In Maryland West Virginia Virgini Kentucky Kentuckyend KCDtnrky KCDtnrkyndXorth cnturkynd
end a ndXorth nd North Carolina Crolna tbe Republican Republc mana managers
gers g ers are spreading the speech spee of Senator Sentor SentorlIcLurin
lIcLurin 3 3p McLaurln on the Philippine Phlppla A itrkng atrkngaragraph trJngparagaph
paragraph paragaph p in this thi speech speeh follivs Co1a Co1aI i iIt
It I will I be seen that tht It was ras under ulJer Dec i o ocratlc 0ctc oratic
ctc C cratlc Administrations AdmlnlstrtoDs that the a aea a of o the theUnited theUnite
United Unite States SttC which was s700 i7 > 0 sjuare sluar sluarmies aiuaremiles
miles mies in 179S 1i S has been lncrsa Incr increaae1 uel el to tooo000 3 3SOOOOO i iSGOOO
so SOOOOO SGOOO s square SJ re miles mie gad l0d nd that hat the l lotc lotcof leaders leadersf 3 5crs 5crsof
of o f Democracy Dcmo rcy in the last century have ben benthe b benhe en enthe
the t he authors authos and promoters promote of all al the tie tieperials t te nn
perialissi perials that there Is in the th practice practf ft dthe t
the t tf he Government today ty Another Alother prtinen prtinenfact pertineen pertineenact r jneQ jneQfact
fact f act in connection conneton with 1th this til a aquunetaa qui ut iom of ofterIor
territory terIor t is that in the te annexation aaBextia to the theUnie
United Unie States Sltes by treaty trety of Louisiana LtHlidlIR I 11o 71cr < 1or
Ida Jd I da Californi CaUCorl New Mexico aai on Aixona Aixonathe AI AIthe
the t he consent CMcnt of f their Inhabitant I habtan ws w s not iwtobtained Uft Uftobtine notobtained
obtained obtine nor even sought sught In II the tho pr porchase prdlse
chase dlse of the Hawaiian Ha wlanblaMs Islands ne 0 such suchconsent fk fkconent seekonsent
consent conent c was given given Porto Rico Rl his bu hnce
ceded ce c eded to the United Unie States Sttes by Sprn with without wlhout without
out the consent of Its It inhabitants Inhahlans
In the discussion disuslon of the Philippine Philippinequestion llpplae llpplaequoston
question quoston we hear indignant InlgUBat protests pro l that thatwe t3t t3twe thatwe
we acquired the he archipelago archl lago and aD air lielding Jleldlug heM
lug l ag it I and intend to govern soer the th people peoplewIthout
without wItout their consent conent No pro5ts po pe pewItout have havecome ueCme havecome
come Cme from the inhabitants inhabtant except exce t a part art rt of otone ofone
one tribe trib headed hende by Aguinalto gulnHo And nc yet yetwih yetwith
with wih the knowledge kwwlege that our title l t t > Lu Luza
son za is better bter than the title ttle o LjuiMina LjuiMinaand L1i hD
and rests rets upon upn a more just focadation COt ndttD than ttan ttanour thanour
our title to Texas Senators talk about
tte Texa tflk atout tIe tIeciminl the be becriminal
criminal ciminl aggreeeion agJrealon of the th United Cnlt Stales tuu tuuand taea taeaand
and a violation Iolaton of the Declaration Dclrdoa of Ia Independence Iadeplen Iadependence
dependence deplen e in attempting attemplDg to suppress sppre m n nsureton
surrectlon sureton surrectionand and an assert r her soveis lootaJY novoiguty j j
PORTO PORT RICO RCO CUSTOMS CUSM LAWThoe LAWThose LAW j jTlioxe I I i
Those of the Ililted riied Stated StnteAp Appllca ic I
l hre > Tc to InluuU IQld Imports ImllorbAsistnt I IAssistant j i
Assistant Asistnt Secretary Seretary Spautdtng Spuling of the tkeTreasury t tTreasury theTreasury
Treasury Department Dtprtment has 1 furnished furDih the thefollowing theollowing I
following fo1oing f letter Itter to the Secretary Secear ot State Statein Sateie Staten
in ie I n reference referene to the te customs laws laWs of the theUnited tie tieUulc theUnited
United Uulc States Stte regarding re NUDg invoices Inoce mast mlH mastfeats j jtests I i ifes
tests fes etc etc applicable applcbe to lBptaUoD importations Into Into1orto It intolorto
j
1orto lorto Rico Rco from foreign countries Cltre coustrie1n i iIn IIn
In reply repy to your ocr letter lete of the th 26th 26thnstant th thInstnt i iinstant
instant Instnt I nstant transmitting trnsmitlnt a copy cf a despatch d ptek j i
from the te Consul General Ge1rl at Barcelona rloB I Ihave Ihave
have the honor to inform informyou you o that tt the theculoms thecustoms I Icustoms I I
customs culoms laws of the United nio States Sat rats relative rel ratstire I Itle
tire tle to invoices Invoice manifests manlel etc are made madeapplicable madeapplicable
mae maeappicabe
applicable appicabe to importations ImprtUons into tat Perto Rice Ricefrom Ri Ricefrom
from foreign torel countries cntle by by section aeton 14 1 of ofthe o ofthe
the tie act of April pl 13 1 1 1M < M which hlh provides providesas prodde
as a follows followsThat tolows tolowsT1t followsihat
That T1t the statutory statutor laws of o the t United Uait I IStates
States I Ihereinbefore
not locally inapplicable
loIy Inappicable except as ashereinbefore asberoinbefore S
hereinbefore or o hereinafter herelBarur otherwise Gl II pro provided pro provided ¬
vided Ide shall ahal have the tht same s force and ID effect effectia e effectin t tla
ia Porto Rico A g in the United UAte State Stateexcept Stte Statesexcept
except excpt the interval IBtervlrctIY revenue law laws wiicb w1Ih w1IhIn waicbn
in i n view vew of the provisions prdsoD of section seton 3 jhall jhallaot ahailnot l
not Bt have force foc and 3B effect eaet ia Porto Poto Rico RicoPREIJCH RicoFECH Riceritrtcc
PREIJCH FECH ritrtcc CROP COP REPORT BPORTDecrease ORT ORTDeeren
Deeren Decrease In tle tIer Wbut bent lrllotuet lrllotuetue irelduei ireldueiDue
Due ue to Severe tVluter tVluterIn Iuttr IuttrIn
In a report repor to the te State Department DepartmentUnited Deprment DeprmentUnited DepartmentUnited I
United States Consul Atwoll Atwel at Rowbaix Rlbalx Rlbalxwritn ReubaixwritIng
writing writn of the te French crops crop reports repts says saysin SIS SISin saysin
in part prt prtAcordinl partAcoordbag
According Acordinl to recent reent estimates estmtes an area area287S54244 are areaof
of 1G497 16419723 ncre acres sown in whot wheat wi will yleld yleld2iS44 yIeld yIeld29T854244 j
287S54244 2iS44 bushels buhels a mean mn yield ot nearly nealy
425 bushels to the t e hectare hecare 2471 7 a aret aretagint aresl areslagainst resf resfagainst i
against agint 528 bushelS bulels last year or a de decrease etccrease 1e 1ecrease ¬
crease of some 6SOSSOOO GOSS bushels due to tothe tothe te I Ithe
the severe winter wlnt r The probable p sduc sduction Jduc aduetion
tion ton of rye re will wi be 6271756S bushels bushelsagainst bskela bskela3ginst bushelsagainst
against 3ginst 227794 27 9 bushels last year yearPARADE yearPAE yearPARADP
PARADE PAE PARADP OF THE T ORANGEMEN ORANGEMENllnltje ORGEM ORGEMUntJt ORANGEMENIlateje
llnltje UntJt of the Doync Oon e Co Coin C Cmmereerted ommtruortet I Iin
in IMiilnilelphln IMiilnilelphlnPHILADELPHIA lhlhulelphlnPIIJADELPHIA PliilzeilelphaPIIIJADELPHIA
t
PHILADELPHIA PIIJADELPHIA July 13 13The Tbe decisive decisivevictory deiht decisivevictory
victory Ictor of William Imam of Orange Ornge at the te battlo battloof batlc batlcof I Iof
of the Boyne was commemorated yesterdaj yesterdajby yeter C Cby
by local Orangemen Orngemen Gsrlng 1Ing to the fact factthat factthat fac t tthat
that many of the te iodge lodges Intend to take lke part partin prt prtIn par t tin
in the big parade parde in NewYork on July 25 2 21there
there was wa less of a demonstration dem nstrton yester yesterday yeter yesterthy
day dy than tl on some sme previous anniversaries anniversariesThere annlverari annlverariTere anniversariesThere
There Tere was a parade parde at at Kensington K slngton mace maceup mate mateup S SP
up P of the organizations organiztons of orDlstrict otfllstricts Districts No Noand o 7 I Iand
and 10 attended tended by six bin b bfizils bfizilsThe Is IsThe s sThe
The procession proession was heeded he by William WilliamMcGall Wiiam WiiamtcGan a aMcGall
McGall tcGan chief chic marshal marhal an4 a Alexander AlexanderDowning Alexnder AlexnderDwnIng r rDowning
Downing DwnIng past State Stategrand grand master materwho materwhoere masterwhi who whowere a awere
were ere followed folowed by Royal Black Back Preceptory Precept r
No No2 2 in i uniform unlor and an representatives repr enttes ot orfourleen o t tfourteen
fourteen lodges loge From the te Orange head headquarters headquarter headquarters ¬
quarters quarter at Huntingdon Huntngdon and Braddock BraddockStreets Braddok BraddokStrees BraddoelStreets
Streets Strees the the march ma h was wn8made made to Central CentralPark Centrl CentrlPark I IPark
Park where wh re the afternoon was ws spent Jn Jnamusements Inamusements a a aamusements
amusements amusementsThere amusements amusementsThere t
There Ther was no parade prde downtown donto but th thlodges thlOdge i i ilodges
lodges lOdge of District Dstrict No 4 enjoyed nJoYe an outing outingat outng outngat outin I Iat
at Washington Wahington Park Park Twentysixth Street Streetand Stret Stretand t tand
and Allegheny AIegheny Avenue A venU The families famUe ana anafriends andfrIend an a afriends
friends frIend of the te members member participated partcipated in the thedays te tedays tb e edays
days enjoyment enjoment David Graham Grm past pastgrand pastgrad pas I Igrand
grand grad supreme master m2ter of the order who whowill whowi wh 0 0will
will wi act as a marshal marhal of the New York pa parade pat patrde parade ¬
rade rde made speeches in both places place Tht Thtother Tluother Tb Tbother
other speakers speaker were State 5tte Grand Grnd Secretary Secrelr SecrelrGalvn Secretar SecretarGnlvln
Galvin Galvn of New Xe York Rev Re George Gerge Wor Worrell Woereli Worrel ¬
rell rel of Coatesville Coatele and Major lIaJor Robert Pb rt Grit Grirfiths Grlcfths Gritfiths
fiths fths of this t city citySteeple cty ctySteeple citySteeple
Steeple Struck StrueI l 1 by > y Lightning LightningTRENTON JIht LinletninerTRENTON ln lnTRE
TRENTON TRE ON N J July 13 I3DurnE 13During During a a ter terrific terrfe teezific ¬
rific rfe thunder shower sower yesterday yesterdy evening the thesteeple thesteeple th e esteeple
steeple of f the First Firt Baptist Baptst Church oa oaCentre 0 1 1Centre 1
Centre Steel Steet was as struck by Ughtn lightning Dg Tho Thosteeple To Fit a asteeple i
steeple steple is the tallest tIest In the city ctyand and tae taechurch tnechurch in e echurch J
church is L one of olthe the largest largest in New Jersey Jerseyabout JereYj r
When the steple steeple was strc struck a smal small blae bIas el 1 I
1
about the th size of a mans mansiiead bead
abut she bed appeared appered and andburned an d dburned I I
burned hured briskly brskly When en the te firemen freen arrived arrivedthey arrve ti tithey i
they could culd not reach r each the blaze with wih the thewater t tb e ewater
water the the height h ih being eig too to great geat They Theywere Theywer The yl ylwere I
were forced to wait it for the
fire to
wer for te frelo creep creepslowly cre cree ci cislowly
slowly down dow the structure stcture until uti It was waswithin wasdtln wa La Lawithin
extinguished cxtnJulhet within dtln reach reac The flames lame were then easily easilyextinguished easiy easiycxtnJulhet cmii 17 17extInguished I
AMERICAN AERIAN AMERICANWHEAT WHEAT WT ABROAD ABROADAn ROAD ROADAn
An t o EXIIAutlnK Expanding Market In Jnpn JnpnSpain JApAn and nndSpAin andSpain
Spain SpAinTo SpainTwo
Two To interesting reports from United UnitedAmerican UnitedStates UnItedtates
States S tates Consuls In regard to markets tot totAmerican of
American A wheat and flour abroad have harebeen havebeen haveeen
been b een received at t the State Department DepartmentVice DepartmentVIce
Vice V ice Consul John McLean writes from fromYokohama fromYok
Yokohama YokohamaThe Yok Y okohama okohamaThc hama hamaTh
A
The Th Importation imp rtatlon of wheat flour from fromtie from1e
tie th 1e e United States is 1slnereasl islncreaslhg increasing g and the thegreater lhe
greater g reater portion portlonor of such importation comes comesfrom cot1es cot1esfrom comesront
f from ront California Oregon and Washington WashingtonThere ashingto1There
1 There T here are four grades gr des imported and the
t the th e largest I2r e quantities consumed nsumed are of the
t two t wo lower grades The consumption is isnot Isnot
t not n ot confined to the large cities the use of offiour
flour fl our becoming oocom ng common throughout the thecountry
c country countryThe countryrho c
The importers of flour are principally principallyforeign prInclpl1lyforeign principallyoreign
foreign f concerns although one or two na native native
tive t Ire houses have Imported some from time timeto timete
l to o time during the past two > years Im Importers
porters p orters confine themselves entirely to cer ceram i itlln
tain t am brandswhlch have made a reputation reputationin
in i n this market marketComplaints I
Complaints Compl nts and at d rejections occur in this thisbuslns
business b ustns as asia In others So far as I know knowImporters
j Importers i mporters E Ltct < vt t their drafts The business buslnesIs
is I s usually dcuo iue under bankers letter of otcredit ofredit
c credit creditThe creditThe c
The flour generally arrives in a very verygood velJgood
good g ood condition if a small amount of dun dl < m mage
l age a ge occcurs it is as a rule paid by th thships thships
l ships s agents If the vessel has had un unusually unsually
l usually u rough and bad weather a protest protestis
is i s made and the e claim is paid paldb by the in insurance
t surance s companies issuing the policies on onthe onth
st
l the th t he goos goors goorsTbee
Tbee are three or four Americaabuilt Americaabuiltflour AmerlcmbuUtt1ur Americanbuiltour
l flour fl our gills now in operation in Japan the thelargest thelargut
> largest I having haviD a capacity of 150 barrels a aday
day d ay
dayThere
There are a great many manysmall small ratlve ratlvemills ratlveml1ls
mills m ills of hand and water power I ower > throughout throughoutthe throug ut utthe
the t he country The production of the latter latterIs
I is i s of a coarse character and does not com conpete
I pete p ete to any extent with imported stocks stocksIt tock3 tock3It
1 It i t Is used principally by the farmers In tie tieImmediate deImmediate themmediate
J Immediate neighborhood nel bborhood bborhoodAmerCln
American wheat is being imported importedlargely ImpJrtedlane1y
1 largely l one firm alone having imported
2000 2 000 tons In the last six months Indian Indianwheat I Iwheat
i wheat w heat Is entered to a certain extent extentI
I cancot cmcot say definitely If flour made in inJapan IeJapan
Japan J apan from American wheat is cheaper cieaperthan cl1eaperthan
t than t han that imported but I know that a eon coaeidcrable 01 01sldprable
t eidcrable s quantity of It is sold soldMerchants I IIlrchants
Merchants here are of the opinion that thatthe tl1tthe
t the t he flour business with Japan Is overdon overdonMany overdonlan
Many lan of the importers are holding vey veyheavy e7 e7helY
1 heavy h eavy stocks and the margin of o pofit nofltamounts pofitamounts pofitmounts
J amounts a to only a small commission But Butthe Butthe
t the demand is increasing rapidly through throughout throughout throughut
out < o ut the Orient the best points or 0 CJK CJKsumption CJrsumpUon
sumption s os at present being ing Russian posseS postesions pOSHS pOSHSIons
sions s Ions in northern China and eastern Site
sn
s rla n 1a a
1aH H L L Washington Consul at Vatencta Vatenctawrites Yaen a awrUos
writes writesIn I
In the past year prior to my occupancy occupancyof
i of o f thls post 1 attention was several times timesInvited dn dnInvited timesnvited
1 Invited i to the opening O DIDg of this district f Cr CrAmeriean frAmerican r rAmerican
American wheat heaL This dots not seen seenave o ohave OhaTe
1 have h ave been taken advactXKC aI1ac e of to any an cx cxtent eac eaceat
I tent t eat The market Is practically In tt tthands t the theands e etand3
1 hands h ands of Marseilles middlemen who usu usually UIIUally usully ¬
ally a lly dispose at their occasional exports of ofAmerican orAmerican ofAmerican
American wheat to Valencia to a lo 101 101comblladon lomIombicatlon = al alcombination
combination c < of several brokers brokersIt brokesIt
It Is apparent that if this method meth ran ranbe 1D 1Dbe
1 be b e pursued with profit direct dealing dealingwould dealingwould
would < be mere beneficial to our exporters exportersand exporttrsand I
i and a nd it Is believed that a sufficient demand demandexists demandxists
exists e < xists to rermy r closer close invettleailoa invettleailoaI I
hI I copy below belo a letter exaresiicc the theviews theiews
views v iews ot U It U Cunningham a Valencia Valenciamerchant Valenc1mechant Valenciamerchant
i merchant on the subject subjectI I
1 beg to call your oor attention to the thppossibility thepossibility th thossibility
possibility p of direct business In Americas Americaswh Americanwheat I Iwhpat
i wh wheat at in this market and I will be pleased pleasedif pl ed I IIf
j if i f you ou could further my endeavors to se secure seure ¬
cure c < ure same Some 38WO tons ot foreign foreignwheat f ferelgpwheat relgn relgnwheot
i wheat have entered this port during duna th thpast taR taRput thepant
past ten months in spite of the compara comparatively comparatively comparaively ¬
i tively l large crop cultivated here The Tbeadmixture Thewheat
wheat grown In this district requires the thfladmixture thedmixture I
j admixture a of foreign grain to make good GOdour goodflour
j flour our The import trade Isdone almost ex tXciusively exiusively
ciusively c through Mar Marseilles ellles Arms aDd the thebulk I Ibulk
bulk of the wheat proceeds pr from the BlacK BlackSea
Sea ports por though cargoes from India Aus Actsrails i
traIls t New evr Zealand Canada and Argea Argecine
tine t ine have found reedy sal sa Sundry parcels parcelsfrom parcelsrom parcelsrom I
tf
from f rom the United States have been re received reeehe4 received ¬
ceived and one en lot is I6shortIy shortly due to ar arrive arnrc ¬ i irle
rive nrc but I have no doubt d ht that If your yourexport yourexport yourexport
export firms were werein ia direct communication communicationwith communicationwith communicationwith
with an agent on onthe the spot and were pre prepared pvcpared
pared to nm4n close competition with the theMarseilles thes theMarseilles
Marseilles s nles firm that ruIn the trade there tllerewould therewould
would be little difficulty in obtaining large largeorders largeorders largeorders
orders from Mm I to time The principal principalreceivers prlndpalreceivers principalreceivers
receivers ar are grain merchants and millers millersmeetly lIIers I
raoetly men of god standing accustomed accustomedto accustomedto
to receive two or 1 three months credit creditafter creditafter
after delivery though many of these will willagree willagree willagree
agree to cash payments with corresponding correspondingdiscount correspoodindiscount Orrespondlngdlsoouat
discount discountIt dlsoouatIt
It Is needless to say that a direct service service ser ¬
vice of steamers between the United States Statesand StatesaDd I
and Valencia would contribute largely Jarg ly to tothe tothe itI I I
the success of the business aDd at the thesame t thesame e esame I
same time would open up trade tr in many manybranches JJaSYbraneke3 manybranches
branches branchesSpeaking braneke3Speaklng branchesSpeaking
Speaking as a shipper of raisins raisinsoranges ralslMoraRges raisinsoranges
oranges oils etc I am certain that a aconsiderable acocsWerable a
aI
considerable amout of return ret ra cargo earg would wouldalso woddbe I
be also available avalioblemore vallllbJeBl more re especially in inwines IIIines iswines L
wines winesI ines inesI
I would be pleased to enter into cor correspondence 001respoooence ¬
respondence with firms that are interested interestedia interestedIa I
ia the thenbove above and require further furt er data dataRTJSSIAU dataRUSsuN dataBUSSLfiN
RTJSSIAU DOCTOR ARRESTED ARRESTEDChnrt11 ARBESTEDChnrgel
Chnreeil VItli JUI Deserting Deertln Fro FroCznr Prora the theeznr eluCruiser
Cznr Cruiser ruIKer Varlnsr VarlnsrPHILADELPHIA VarinznPHILADELPHIA urln urlnPHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA July 12 13Leo Leo Alex Alexandroff A1exandrof Alexandroff
androff now a prisoner ia Moyametisirp Moyametisirpis loraResi loraResiIf
is facing the possibility > of being bei sent back boekto bad badto
to Russia under a charge char e of deseiticg eIlilg froai froaitie froxtlt ron rontjc
tie Czars navy Siberin is the extreme
punishment p nl8hment that th t stares the unfortunate 1 j jIn
in the face Alexandras who comes from froman troman frozean I
an excellent Russian family is a physi physician pkyslclan ¬
clan and if the contention of the agents agentsof ageatsof ageabof 5 1
of the Czar is true is an assistant sur surgeon surgeon stirgeon ¬
geon in the Imperial Navy l 1 Dr > r Abase Alexandroff AleuDdro1r Abasedroll
droll was here as one of the complement complementof L
LC
of officers and men ready to man the ntw ntwcruiser nt nay naycruiser w wcrnlser C
cruiser Variae arIaJ under course of construe coastructlon construetion
tion at Cramps CrampsDr I IDr
Dr Alexandroff became charmed wthPhlladelpMa with withPhiladelphJa 1 1PhiladelphIa
PhiladelphIa and It is said that the eyts eytsof cyz is isoC S Sof
of a Kenrrngton Ken ngton maiden had something to todo todo it 5 5do
do with making the new land attractive attractiveOn attracteOn attracttseOil
On April pril 4 last the young physician toot tootout tookout tool toolout
out citizens papers paperstben then thinking tbikt g him himself hlmel himself ¬
self el cafe deserted Russian agents far ferreted f farreted r rreted ¬
reted out his whereabouts and his arrest arrestby arrestby seven t tby
by the United States Sratesaulhoritl authorities fclo fcIoedBernard fclotd fclotdBernard td tdBernard
Bernard Harris and nd Isaac Hasser bad badhim hadhim bai i ihim
him brought before Judge McPherson yes yesterday 35ferclay yesterday ¬
terday and demanded his release John C CLewis C CLewis C Cappeared
Lewis appeared for the Russian Govern Government Gormeet Gavrmeat ¬
meet Counsel for or the prisoner admittei admitteibis a mltte1 mltte1his 1 1hIs
his leaving Cramps but contended that thatthe Untthe tha t tthe
the Variag ariag not yet having been acceped accepedby acepedby aecepei ti tiby
by the Czar It was as not properly a Ros Rossian RoSsian Risstan
sian snip as covered by the treaty be between be between ¬
tween the two countries Judge McPher McPherson McPherson IcPheIEon
son sustained this view vieo and ordered Er ErAlexandroff LrAlexandrolIs Li LiAlexandroffs
Alexandroff s release releaseImmediately e eImmedIately
Immediately John C Lewis gave notice noticethat notlc notlcthat a athat
that he would file a writ of error and the theyoung he heyouur h 0 0young t
young man was held in 200 bail u CIt t I 1the Ithe Ithe
the case could be carried to the Ciicuit CiicuitCourt ChcultC t L
C Court Jrt < of Appeals App ls Ball was not foth fothcomlng fothcoming fothcoming
coming and he was sent to Moyamensicg Moynmensin I
Counsel expect to procure the necessary necessarysecurity neces3ar neces3arsecurity 7 7security r
security today todayLAST toda todaLAST todayLAST
LAST HONORS TO A SOLDIER SOLDIERliicnt SOLDIERLfcnt sorinpLient
liicnt Georse Geor eL I Jacfcjion Burled nt ntllcllefonte atnil1efonte ii It Itiljllefoule t
llcllefonte nil1efonte I IOn IOnnELLEFO PuBELLEFON1 n nBELLEFOXTEi
BELLEFOXTEi nELLEFO BELLEFON1 1Efa Pa July 13 13The The body bodycf bodyoC hod 7 7cf
cf Lieut George L L Jackson Fortyseventh FortyseventhRegiment ii I
Regiment United Sates Volunteers who whodied wbodied wit witdied 10 0
died in Manila1 Manila May 3I 21 arrived a lved here yes yesterday ye 1
terday morning mornln mornIng and 1l the funeral was held heldthe hel helin 1d a
In the evening eve ererng ng after nft r the th remains had lain lainin lainin lal n nIn Q
in state In the theBeUeonte Bellefoote Armory ArmoryCompany
Company BFifth Regiment Nation National NationalGuard al alGuard j
Guard of Pennsylvania P acted as military mUitaryelscort militat y yLa
escort escort and the Undine Band P1a1 played tha thadead it La 6
dead march The h < interment was In the tbeJcckson theJcckson tt ttJackson ie e
Jcckson burying lot in Union Unlo Cemetery CemeterySixteen Cemeter F r
Sixteen 51ote en of Lieutenant Jacksons Jacksonslnllmate Jacksonslnllmatefriends intimate intimatefriends intimsifriends Le FLe e
friends acted as pallbearers pallbearersLleuttnant pallbearersLleuttnantJac Lieutenant LieutenantJackson at ataf it
Jackson Jac n was a banker and a member memberone of ofone atonEo af if
one onEo of t1elcawng tee leading families of Bellefonte Bellefontewe
we
STAMPS ON ONORTGAGES MORTGAGES MORTGAGESRecord ORTGAGES ORTGAGESR
Record R cordll of Many 3fnuT Public Document DocumentSaid DocumentllSaId DocumentsSaid
I Said to tOo De Defective DefectiveThe DetectiveThe DefectiveThe
The Treasury Department has Just ron rendered ronered ¬
dered d dI ered an interesting decision In regard to tothe tothe
I the t he duties ot revenue recording officers so sofar 50far
far f ar as the stamps on various documents documentsare d cnments cnmentsare >
are a re concerned concernedA
A A copy COPTof of f this thlsc1eclslon decision has been sent out outfor outfor
for f or the information of the public It fel fellows fellows to ¬
lows l owam
From reports received by this office om e it itis Itfa its
is i s shown that many State officers such as ascounty ascouny
county c recorders registers clerks or oth others others ¬
ers e ra charged with the official recording of ofconveyances ofcoeeran
conveyances coeeran c mortgages and like Insiru Insiruents Insrucnls inarunta
ents e nta affecting the ownership of property propertyhave properthave propertyave
have h ave omitted to note upon the record of ofsuch otsuch
such s uch instruments made since June 13 1 19S 19Swhether 98 98whether
whether the original InEtrument was wasstamped WlSstamped
stamped s as required by the stamp act and asdthe Idthe andhe
the t he amount of the stamp In some re recorders re recordeN ¬
corders c offices hundreds of such records recordshave recordshave recordsave
have h ave been found which have occasioned occasionedinvestigations oClSioedInesUgatlo orcasionadnvestigations
investigations i 1s and andAhe the writing of a large largenumber ll1g
number n ot letters only to have the fact
developed d in a large majority of the cases casesthat
that t hat the original O Instrument in the hands handsproperly hanlsoC
oC o f the grantee or mortgagee hat ben benproperly
properly p stamped at date of execution executionThIs
This condition of affairs and the labcr labcrimposed 13bcrImposed
imposed I upon Internal In rnai revenue officers officersthereby omersthereby ocers ocersthereby
thereby and the annoyance anD yance to the tax taxfailurS tuparers
ayers p sult1ng lting Is due enUrel entirely to the
failurS tallur f dr 4rthe dfthe + tce recording officer to note that tiattheottjthal thathe
L the theottjthal t he original Instrument recorded by him tlmwas himwas
> was w s jjroporly stamped and the amount of otthe ofthe
the stfrtp s p In some clans collectors hate ha e
madacnqulries as to whether any penalty penaltywas
i was W Incurred by such negiigeace of the le leofflce Iecordieg toording
cordieg c omctr To such uch enquiries thIs thIsomce
offlce o llice has replied that the internal revenue revenuelaws rnenueJaws
laws l aws impose no penalty p nalty for fo such negli negligence neglLeace ¬
gence g eace other than to declare that the de dedence deteeUve deeetive
teeUve f record shall not he used in evl evldence cviencta
dence d encta The fact that th t the record Is dls dlsqualified dlqualltred
qualified for use in any court proceedings proceedingsIs proc edlnss edlnssIs
Is i s therefore a matter of grave importance importancei
i in i n every community communityAs communityillustrating
As > illustrating > the effect upon prop proprty
l erty ert e rty rights rghtsof of defective records of this thlakInd
1 kind k ind it is only necessary to refer to ab abstracts abstmcu abtreets ¬
stracts s of title made from such uch official officialrecords omclalrecord ocblecords
records r The abstracter finding ftndl no indl indlI in mdiation
I catior c that the conveyance or mortgage mortgsgeh3d
bad h ad been stamped could not cocstiestious cocstiestiously cos letlou letlouIT
ly b y certify to the title as being valid in the tbegrantee Uegrantee therantee
grantee g rantee or mortgage The proper rercedy rercedyfor re refor rezeedyor
for f or such omissions by recording rectrdin officers officerswould cltctrswould mc S Swould
would seem to be that publicity be gHea gHeato gtceno h en ento
to t o the th fact generally in their several cox co comunitles conmucities
dimities by Internal revenue oSceis cad ardby cady d dby
by b y publication t lkaUon that property r rghts gits ts a e ebeing aeing
being b eing Jeopardized jC pardlzed by the negligence of such zuchoffieers
Om offieers o er2
It is of course to be understood that the theefective
defective d record does not Invalidate tte tteoriginal tteorIghal theriginal
original o instrument If It is prepsrly prepsrlystamped prepar pesparlytamped y ystamlloo
stamped s The loss ot the original loetiu loetiuraent IDetrument instrumeat
meat might in such case ca cause caW rouble joukieDEATH oublc oublcDEATH
DEATH OF MISS SUSAN TTFTtttT TTFTtttTCruiiiIilnuKrhter RF RFrunllcJnuhter
CruiiiIilnuKrhter < runllcJnuhter of a Noted Hessian HewMlanArnty lIelanArm Hessiantrnay
Arnty Arm > Surgeon SnrjieonBALTIMORE SurconnALTI SurgeonBALTIMORE
BALTIMORE nALTI iORE July 12 1tItss Misa Sa Saan an B BII BH BIi
II Keeerl seveatythree years eW daagk daagkter dII deaghtsr 1 1tel
tel of the late George H Keerl died yes yeaterdoy
terday terdo Her health bad been falling faMI f far fert1e or
the last six month months monthsAlthough
Although MI MItired Mine Keen lived a quiet re retired
tired Ilk her name became beea e well known te tothe teke tethe
the ke public e eapecially pecially ciall IB ProteMant Epk Eptecopal Epkeopal
copal Church circles because e ef tb the cele celebrated colaheated
brated legal controversy several years ego egoover
over the Keerl bequest to I the Protestant ProteatastEpiscopal Pr
Episcopal eopal D Diocese of Maryland MarylaadMM MarylandMiss I Iba
MM ba Keen was the granddaughter Sl1ud ag te of Dr DrHenry DrHear
Henry Hear Keerl who > ease to America as a aSUl
surgeon SUl eoB la i the Hessian army during the
Revelatfonary War ar He Heas was descended deseeJ4edfrom I Ifrom
from a noble Bavarian family When the thewar tltewar thewar
war was II over Dr Keen did not return returawith L Lwith
with his countrymen bat settled in Bal Baltlotore Bnitimore
tlotore Umo > e where he became a sueeeacful succeillfuIpraetitioDe
practitioner
Miss KeerTs fa father < her George G rge H Keerl KeerlwLS
wets for many years a leading druggist ef efBaltimore ci I IBaltimore
Baltimore His brother Thomas T M I Keerl Keerlwas Keenwas
was a sttcceuful lawyer who invested lavutedlanely I Ilargely
largely in land ia the western suburbs As Asstreets Asstnt A Astreets
streets stnt U were opened ia that section aad aadbuilding I Ibuildieg
building operations began to extend tetd west westof w wed t tof t tof
of FaRos Avenue A veaue this land became very veryvaluable Telahable r rvaluable
valuable Mr Keerls borne Woodley oo4Iler oa oaLafayette onLafa1lttte as 1
Lafayette Avenue A Due extended situated oa oncocnxnandiag a acommanding aeOCJl1Dadlng t 1t
commanding bill and ia a grove of stately statelyoaks statelyoak r roaks
oaks oak wa WU ODe ef e the bandaosteat ha t about aboutBaltimore 31outBaUlmwe aboutBaltimore
Baltimore Baltimorevidiag BaUlmweII BaltimoreMr
II Keed died about tea YeArS ago dt dtvidlng dlriding
riding his estate between his widow widowbis I aad aadl ant I Ihis
his l s son OO EverafieM E r ehl Fraser I raHr Keeerl Mrs iirs iirsKeen rs rsKeerl
Keerl died about six years ago leaving her he
estate valued at over 1 11S to the UteProtestaat the theProtestant S
Protestant Episcopal Dtoceee I of Marylaad MarylaadAbout MarytaadAbout
About a year later Iner Evercoeid F MaryIaadI Keeerl Keeerldie K Kecerdlet rl I
die di dlet making a similar disposition dtsposit of bis bisestate 1115estate hi S Sestate
estate His Trill was aeccessfalij attacked attackedin attachesIn
in the courts upon the ground o et want of ofdevisory ofdevilOry o oderisory
derisory capacity capacityHte capeeltyHis
His property then reverted to his next ot otkin ofkin o okin f
kin kin his aunts aIiDtsUES Miss Susan B B H Keerl aad aadMis ant I IMhS
Mis MhS Donnell Dou I of Xartk X tJt Carolina Mist MiesDonnell ltuDoDneIl MistBennett
Bennett gave her chare to the dteeese ef efMaryland orarylaud n nMaryland
Maryland arylaud and Miss US Keerl gave 1 1118 1118Since 0 0Since
iejIOI
Since then she had been e largely interested interestedia I
lateresteeI
ia charitable and ad church work and was 803 a aliberal allbeal I
liberal c atribrtor aoatriheior < to worthy objects It ItIB Itis I Iis t
is not know what disposition dtepo itloA she bus busnuade hILSma4le bat C Cmade
made of her property propertyMiss propertyUu propertyMiss
Miss Uu Keerl Is survived by her nephew nephewRer BepIICReY nephewRev
Rev Thomas Atkinson rector of SC St Bar Barnabas BarnaMs liarnabes ¬
nabas Episcopal Church this t 15 city cit and andher and1IIe no I Ihen
her niece Mrs Thomas M 1 Nelson of ofClark ofClark o f fClark
Clark county Va VaTO VaTO VaTO
TO FIGHT THE THE OIL TRUST TRUSTTlie TRUSTTh TRUSTTue
Tlie Th Stnmlnrtl Cmipuny7 Rival 1 1Nearly
Nearly Xcarl Itendy ltend for the th lie Field FIciaPHILADELPHIA FJeldPHILADELPHIA FieldPHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA July 13 13lth With the therapid therapid Ga a arapid
rapid progress being beln made on the United UnitedStatttS t tStates
States Pipe Line the fight against the theStandard theStandard th C CStandard
Standard Oil Company is assuming dimen dimensions dimendoas dimenaloes ¬
aloes hitherto unknown The United States StatesPipe StatesPipe 5 5Pipe
Pipe Line now runs ns from Oil tCiy Brad Bradford Bradford Bradford ¬
ford Warren Titusville and d other points pointsIP S Sin
IP the oil fields of thf th northwestern sec sectliu secUJ
tliu UJ of this State to points this side of ofEiSion orion e eEcaton if
EiSion ion from which oil 1 11 is now being hauled hauledto hatlelto el elto
to tidewater In a short bort time the company companyexpects ccmpanyeJtP compan y yexpecte
expects eJtP cts ta t te have its pipes pes laid to Marcus MarcusHook Marco tarcusHook IS ISHook
Hook Hook where there are now at work over overICO oer1CO ove r rice
ice men1 men finishing the eastern terminus terminusSteamers terminusSteamer 5 5SteamerS
Steamers < will ne b leading le ll1ng at Marcus MarcusHcok Marco tsrcusHcok t5 t5Heck
Hcok t9 toc oqarry irry oil to all the markets of ofthe ofthe it
itr
the world w rld before the close of this year yearThe yearThe yea yeaThe r
The pipe ipft IPiUne lino will also have an outlet on onthe onthe o a athe
the hanks of the n Delaware I are nearer Phil Philadelphftf1 PhiJal1lphM I Icdslphff
adelphftf1 so that tank steamers can on load loadtheir loadthd los d dtheir
their thd cargoes at that point pointAi pointL pointAI
Ai L Marcus Hook large refining works workssre worksre worle L5 L5are
are re now being built and piers construct constructed constructed construcied
ed for seagoing vessels The company companypurposes companpurposes
purposes to make Philadelphia the cen eecire
tre for the export oil trade and expects expectsto expectto
to be In full operation c ratlon before be Core the ex expiration explraUon es t tpiration ¬
piration ot the next six months Officers Officersof om Officet cera ceraof s sof
of the company state that several hun hundred hundred I Ideed
dred men will be employed by the new newcompany ne V Vcompany
company in Philadelphia and Marcus Hook HookIn Hoc 1k 1kIn
in time lor tee t e fall business and tnat ttatmany tat it itmany
C many more will ill be added as soon as the therefinery ti to torefinery
refinery works and line are completed completedWhile completedhile completedWhile
While hile the work on the line and the thereflncry 11 te terefinery
refinery has been pushed with all possi possible possible poss I Ible ¬
ble vigor Igor the names of those furnishing furnishingthe furnishin Ig Igthe
the capital for the project have beer with withheld withheld wit witheld ¬
held from the public But it is now nowknoD nowknoDthat known knownthat know n nthat
that the man at the lead ltea of the new pipe pipeline pi C
Cd
line Is exSenator Louis Emery Jr and andbis andhis an anhis d
his principal associates in the undertaking undertakingare undentakir a anrc
are exSenator J W V Lee of Venango Venangocount Tenant 0 0county
county count Michael Murphy president of the tbePure theI It cc cci
Pure Oil Company and W H Brill presi presldebt pros prosdebt i
I debt of the Union Petroleum Company CompanyThe CO11panyThe CompanyThe
The United Static State Pipe Lino Company Companya Conipar ty tyis
Is capitalized at 1COOCCO eve eveiy y dollar of ofhich atwhich 1
which hich has been subscribed the manage management management a ¬
aSe
ment states and there is none of the thestock ii Se e
stock in Inth the 5Ja market The stock is held by bythose bythose I Ithose ty
those mentioned raid 11 a few of the Inde hide hidependent led ledpendent
pendent oil magnates < of oCthe the northwestern northwesternstction northwesteiSCCUOfl
section of Pennsylvania Pn y1vanl Their plans are to togive togive
give the Standard Oil Company the strong stron a
est competition it has had since its for formation to C aC
mation PIe lbe general offices of the the United UnitedSt Unite UniteSthtC5 r
States St tes Pipe Line L 1 Qompany qomp ny will shortlfbe shortlfbeopened shortIYbeopened be beopened
opened in this city
SCIENCE OF CHilD CHJlDSAVING CHJlDSAVINGThe SAVING SAVINGThe
The T he Plnclnc PlacIn Out System for nentltute JeUtute nentl
tute Children Commended CommendedThe CODlmendetlThe
The report repcr of the Committee 01 the Na National Naional a atlonal ¬
tional t Conference of Charities and Correc Correction
tion t ion on the care ot o destitute and neglected neglectedchildren neglectedchIldren neglectedhildren
children c read by the chairman Galen A AMerrill A Aterrm
Merrill of Owatonna Minis Inn at the recent recentconference
conference c In Topeka Kan Kim has Just been beenissued beenIssued
issued I Some of the more interesting interestfn par paragraphs paragraphs
agraphs a are extracted extractedThe extractOdThe
The branch of philanthropic work which whichis whIchIs
is i s applied in behalf of destitute and neg neslected negJected
lected l children Is so lull of promise and andhope andhOPe
hope h opc that it is attracting the attention It Itdeserves Itdesercs
deserves desercsThe deservesThe
The test of value Is being applied and aadand andI
and a nd every institution and homefinding homenndln so socIemust
I ciety cIemust c lely must now give a reason for its exist existence existaco
ence e aco in the results it is able to produce produceThe IrodueeThe
The infusion into institutional InslltuU nal methods of ofthe ofthe
the t h spirit of the student is salutary and andthe andthe
the help that Is being given by b scientific scientificmen sclenUficmen scienti6cmen
men and methods tIethods is leading to the en enforcemect enforcemert enorcenient
forcemect f orcenient of the principles that should sheuldgovurc slteuldgovur
govurc g overn In such work The failures of in institutions institutions ¬
stitutions d ilutions and societies organized for the thepurpose thepurpose
purpose p of helping poor children are Wng Wngpointed WngpoInted
pointed p pe ointed out and unflinchingly acknowl acknowledged acknowledged acknewldged ¬
edged edgedThe edgedThe e
The placing out system has received reeeivedsuch
such s uch commendation from > the specialists specialistswho specialistswho
who have been be n identified with the most DtO mostrogressive t tprogressive
progressive p work for dependent children childrenand chHdrenand
and a nd the results accomplished where it has hasbeen h s sbeen I I
been best administered so strongly cam cemmead C081mead
mead It It that notwithstanding the abases abasesit
it i t may lead to when badly administered it itis ItIs I
is i s considered at its best best the best system systemof
of o f providing permanently for wholly de
pendent p endent children childrenThe childrenThe
The development of this system syst m has re resulted reSUlled ccuited ¬
sulted s In changing the functions 1S of many manyasylums any anyayIurns
asylums for children It has done away awaywith awaywith awaywith
with child storagettiBstitet2ocs la all allplaces allp1lces allplaces
places where wh nc the most mostadvaneed advanced Ideas have havetaken havetlken
taken t root rootThe rootThe rootThe
The permanent separation tieP raUon of a child childfrom eblldfrom
from Its natural parents parentsls is such a grave gravematter
matter that it should sh uldbe be permited ealy ealywhen calywhen Y Ywhee I
when parents cannot C3nnotbe be helped or 0 com compelled oempelied ¬
pelled pel to meet their obligations as paresis parentsZeal paresisZeal
Zeal in this direction must be tempered teaperedwith tetBeredilh
with ilh prudence aadthe truth kept in rated
that that while extreme inera m Oral l degeneracy degeBe may I
justify juat j ry the disintegratfca d slnt gratron of the th family familypoverty tamiJypoert familypoverty
poverty alone is not always a sufficient sufficientcause suciontcame
cause for such such actieni4 actieni4It acti6n acti6nIt
it It is a natural aturl aad proper fancttoe of ofprivate
private rTtte institutions to receive the children childrenof
of unfortunate e parenlrtth parenj with the view of ofreturning orreturnin ofreturning
returning returnin them to assist perhaps is re reuniting re reuniting
uniting the family It is a noble service serviceto
to aid in the work of rehaMiitattag a beak
ea home
No o more Important 1mpora l question can arise arisein ariseIsi e eIn
in connection with say call saving TtDg ages agency ageacy agescy ¬
cy than the enquiry Does Doe it succeed IA IAit I IIt init
it dcing cing a valuable work for tile State lid aadcontributing lidI
i contributing helpfully to the t e improvement improvementof
I of general etaeral social s lal conditions Is it helping eiplagand helpingand I
and saving children It is an easy matter matterfor I
for tae otIkers ocsrs of aD iJtst1utiel or axiet axietto f I Ito
to report tae number of children received receivedInto I
Into its care and Ute number piaeed ta < Ihomes
homes and the t e cost at doiag this tat It Itreport JtIs
Is more U1icult to tell the real results te toreport I Iport
report port faithfully trathfally aad f fully Ily tke tkeactual tJl
actual coaditioH ot those thee it has tried to tohelp I
kelp especially when they number B nber ku kuderds kn kntIens
deeds and perhaps rhaJl8 tbousarKte This Is mot nota
a email task aid can ea bs accomplished only oat I Ir I
r by the t e most careftsl refal and eacleatio eea s work workI workaad
I aad the expenditure ef mock time and andEvery j
i tBcaey Every child wader adee eare earevisited meat JIUIt1sitecl e
visited by y a persen c r tact taet tatettgeaee Iate InteIigeaeeand lIgeaee lIgeaeeand j
and experience one capable of seeing aaA aaAI a andjadging
judging conditions c diti4 H accurately Reports of oftoe oCthe
the first few neoths or years wilt not aa I Iswer I Iswer
swer Reliable Information of the fail fsllgrewa ruI failgrown
I grown grew inca and wemea w mea is wasted wastedThe wantedThe
The records of the State public scaooU schooahave
have available the most complete com te and ac accurate acC1Ite aceveate
t curate Information InforaaU of ai aiI any a 8e1es we have haveI
j I bees om able to consult la Minnesota u ta special macciatattention edalattention specialattention
attention Is be being tug given to children childrenI ebIJd pH poseeighteen
j eighteen years of age who 110 have gnaws 11 11I up upIn I
I in homes la order to determine what kind kindcc
of BleB and women they are Three has hasdeed BMB BMBI I
I deed aDd eightysix are now DO put eighteen eigkteeayean eIgllteeayears eighteenyears
years of sti aei all of whoa baTe been o ofolly eare car cartally I
folly consktere COIUIt individually and It laaa laaaMCJt I Ibees
I I b bees ca f tested ad that 3Z4 or S4 per cent of them thembve themhave I II
I j have an doa done well Great pate pains have been beenthese beetstaken I Itakea
taken aDd ranch expense peue incurred to Yi visitthese t
these personally anti Ute taforauttioa lafan atlea oa oatataed GtaIII enlathed
I lathed taIII is reliable reliableAs reliableAn I
An especially interesting study has boom boomBfwde Meade beenmode
mode de of 10 IN of the children who Do are over orers overseventeen
s seventeen veateea years of age eec or both of ofwhose itwhose I
I whose parents are known to be of bed char character charactor ¬ I
actor ae r Personal Per 1 visits I were w < e made m order orderto duI orderto I
to gala full information Illfermatioa and it has I Ifouad NeB NeBfMUht hoesfound
I found that eigktyeieht > igltty ltt or S3 per eeat r rtbt etthem r rthe
the them > tB have developed law young people or ori cigood
j good dta character characterOPEILATOBS tero teroI
j I
t OPERATORS STILL OBDURATE O3DUSATETlie OBDURATETue
I Tlie 3InrjIand Con Strike Far nr From Fromn I Ia
n Settlement SettlementOUM SettlementCUMBBRLAND ettlerllentI
OUM CUMBBRLA CUMBBRLAND BRLANT D > Md f July sly 13 13Premi 13PremiaeDt 15Freesticot Protai Protaiaent
I aent coal operators say y they have ao ia iateatioa 1 1teat inicatien
teatioa teat ef meeting the Bato miners ra delegate ddogateappoiated delegateI
I appoiated to t ask for fa a eoaer eoaer eonforesee ace It ht htunderstood I
understood the uen miser a mectiaffa ettagg were ere fa famany JamaBY Ismany I
many instances slimly attended atteadcdaaofi u8t u8tmea thot thotanise
aaofi anise mea bed charge aoauafc aoauafcmainine 1IOa ea re remalnll1 re remamelag
mainine away Tb d tNiegat delegoles iegl ieglas named are areas areas
as follows followsBig 10115Bib
Big Vela Coal Campaar C CeespayTbemes TaoMtftg R Rand R8 Re Reand 8e 8eand I
and George RoberUca RoberUcaMarylaad ReberUCIIIaryla8 RbertocnMaryland
Maryland Coal Coampaay Dented 1M Young YoungStewart TUIISteWllrt Tua TuaStewart
Stewart Dunn Du Samuel > fcCoraiick and aadJames aMJames I IJames
James Brehaaey Brehaaeyaad BreaeyLDllaeo BrehaaeyLesacOniag
LDllaeo LesacOniag lug Coal Cet4zoPhHIP n yPIIIItp F FaM Fasts FastsaDd
rf rfNew
aDd George Jones JOIIen JOIIeew JonesNew
New ew Central Ctidl Compaar CpIUtJFr1Mt CpIUtJFr1MtKllippeaberg CompanyFredKnlppenberg Fred FredKnlppenberg
Knlppenberg KnlppenbergGeorges KllippeabergGeorge KnlppenbergGeorges
Georges George Creek Coai cImtd itfd Iron Ir Company CompanyWillfaot cpaWilliam CompanyWilliam
William Ford J c < X tJowgfas Tk TkKeating ne neKesttu Themat I IKeating
Keating Kesttu and Dennis Cwllrn CwllrnAmerican CIIIknAmerlcall CWIkItAmerican
American Coal < oal Compaar C8PO57Jke5 uryJaebea uryJaebeaLuke Jaekeea aria ariaLuke misLuke
Luke Dobbs and WHBtsra Wt1ftI l D DNa aaldwa Cal CaledeniaB CalctIoius Caledsaina
edeniaB mine J Jabs ba OXeft eft and S SaIBpeoa SaIBpeoaROMS ataiM > B BRoss I IRoes
Ross Potomac mine Thomas Gardner GardnerSinclair GardDetSinebir GardnerSinclair
Sinclair Mining IDiDg Ccropaay eoaPuyJ CemphayJ J G Bradley Bradleyand BesdIe BesdIeand
and Peter Wilson WilsonUnion WtlnotiUnion Usen UsenlIioll
Union lIioll Mine IiBeXO No 1 paSineelot cluDCelot Richard Rfehardsoo RIdIardSOD Richardson
SOD and Benjamin W V Deffeabauch No N
2 Patrick Purcell and William Howell HowellOf HewellOf HewettOf
Of the delegates Daniel DaIlI l Young and Wil William WI WI11am 1 1Jlam ¬
liam Ford are ar cctlve ctive strike t ike ± leaders leadersThe leadenThe leaderaThe
The third batch of arrests for implica implication Impliastion p1 p1lion ¬
tion in the miners riot at Loaaeoalay L8IIatOIIt aad aadassaults aII4Iassaults a d dassaults
assaults on Mel > desiring to work was WIUesterday made madeyesterday med a ayesterday
yesterday The following folJo1rtJl gave hV bait ia the thesums tlteJUms lb C Csums
sums named Ikase aae McNeill Ic em DId T Tnant Tat Tatnant
TenI
nant nant jr John Tenant Tenant enant John Smith Sam Samuel Sa Sauel Semuel I ¬
uel Logsden John Barber all nh riot ri4Keach 5 a aeach aeach
each Joseph Wagner two cans cM riot riotin net netin 1I e ein
in each case Arthur Bone asssait aesst1lltRichard 3 3Richard W
Wi
Richard Merriman untewfal assemblage assemblage6o ce cet i
5500 t OO James Tiraby J3C PCI 30 James Ti TI aJassault Tksoaiassault eay eayassault
assault s 360 360CTJSHZITT
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4
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There are IJXXt veoels T Is which cress th 1M AUa Ubatie AUaWlecean UbatieOtnn ie ieOcean
Ocean O cean regularly every enr raenth tome of them trtoe trtoea twl4 twl4a teieniontli
a month monthSouth montkSovth niontliSouth
South African flowers premise pnt teen to tabe be beytTT beytTTpepubr myopular rtrf rtrfpopular
pn j popular p in Lontloa LonOoa beth in bouquets and a J JbbltA JMS en den rfrnoer denec
n oer ec tabled tabledA bbltAA tahItiA
A bieyele that t at in fire minute can be labia tehfnapart mlNaarart labiapart
apart a part and 2 packed in a bx bg 21x16 tx16 ineha ha hu l btea btea111mud bie bievented > en eninrenttd
j inrenttd in vented by an Jwe leigesleecs i s m s Frenebntaa FrenebntaaTie Frcne FrcneTh FrenehesasThe
Tie Th osly GIll bird 1ainIlwNplt bespKal lla U the world i is at ta C CRO CM tsso
g RO 0 o I In this infirmary ck < and wn4cd Mtd b4u a aaH of oft t taM
3 aM al t dcscriptwe deseripl O are reerfved and cM nd > d fee feeThe Jw1M teeThe
The pioapple crop of f Florida ierioisps vW bush aH aHpruioai alteerless
pruioai p eerless recent The sake I of the enN nap enIptrUt > en enast m meast
east v ast een ecst ateac w IftI at t Us it in mess ex of faQW faQWTVe I SOOU SOOUThe OW OWne
The Mayor at 1 DuriiBgtAn n X So J made a acid t tand u uand
and a cid children bp LaPPT eat l isdepcndreee depf d ee DafH Inriifi1I cerrceting pee peecrrr
s i1I tin te 1 IHtI cf then a pack of acdlNL acdlNLpot 5rerearmA
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thp i tlauauh th iough which the eveedening Iewin Sued recw recwpot ia e eot
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