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It is no exaxgorntkm to say y that the theVixen theVixen theVixen
Vixen log exposure has struck terror terrorto terrorto terrorto
to the hearts of the navy nRV ring and that thatits thatIts thatIts
its members fully full realize that some one oneor oneor oneor
or more of them will be in close quar quarters quarters quarters ¬
ters before the end of the Sampson Sampsonscandal Ssmpsonandal Sampsonacandal
scandal andal That somebody falsified the thelog thelog thelog
log of the Vixen to make It the narra narrative nnrraUvt narratlvt ¬
tive > that CrowninshleW furnished to tothe tothe tothe
the Senate as an ofllcia1 document documentappears documentappears documentappears
appears certain not only on comparison comparisonof
of the forged with the genuine log but buton buton buton
on the face of the former Itself Thus Thusas Thusas Thusas
as the New York Journal in its edi edition edition etlition ¬
tion of this morning points out the theCrowninshicUl theCrowninshleld theCrow
CrowninshicUl Crow ninahield notes attributed to toLieutenant toLieutenant toLieutenant
Lieutenant Harlow of the Vixen state statethat statethat statethat
that on July S 1S9S at 1115 a m mthe mthebatHe imthebattle the thebattle
battle being In progress progrt proresethe Sfthe > the Iowa was wasgaining wasbalning wasgaining
gaining on the Massachusetts a1S8chu tts This Thiswas ThIswas ThIswas
was a most clumsy and stupid inven invention Invention invenlion ¬
tion for the MasF Massachusetts la chusetts was not in inthe Inthe inthe
the fight fi bt at all Assuming that the theforgery theforgery theforgery
forgery was imposed Im d upon Crownin CrowninBhield Crownlnrhield Crowninahield
Bhield and that he was acting in good goodfaith goodfaith goodfaith
faith it is passing strange that such a ablunder ablunder a ablunder
blunder should have escaped his atten attention attention attention ¬
tion when he > was as editing the notes notesThe notesThe notesThe
The Journal calls attention to anoth another another another ¬
er point of Importance In demonstrat demonstrating demonstratIng denonstratlog ¬
ing the fabrication of the official log logIt losIt logit
It says ys Furthermore the position of oftbe ortbe ol
tbe New York at lltl as given in the theCrowninshield theCrowninshield th thCrowninshield z
Crowninshield report Is a physical Im Impossibility Imposslbilltr Impossibility ¬
possibility both from the reports of the thenavigators thenavigators th thnavigators
navigators and the report of the Iowa IowaThe IoaThe IowaThe
The true log which will be intro introduced Introduced introduced ¬
duced as evidence before the Court of ofEnquiry orEnquiry ol
Enquiry agrees In every detail with withthe withthe wittthe I
the facts fa < ts of the bAttle as developed in inIndependent Inindependent iiiIndependent
Independent reports of navigating offi officers omct officers ¬
cers ct > rs other eyewitnesses e ewitnes es and the state statements statements stateinents ¬
ments made by Vice Admiral Cervera CerveraCaptain CerveraCaptain CerveraCaptain
Captain Eulate and other officers of the tbedefeated thedefeatt4 thtdefeated
defeated squadron It is worthy of note notethat notethat not
that a great deal of honest testimony testimonywas tesUmony1a5 testimon testimonwas r
was given and made available after the theengagement theengagement th t
engagement before the tone of the theAmerican theAmerican th thAmerican t
American press convinced the Samp Sampson Samp50n ¬
son rinc that the history hl tory of Sehleys Sehleysvictory Schleyslctory SchIeyvictory I
victory would have to be falsified and andrewritten andrewrltten an I
rewritten to suit their purposes When Whenit WhezIt VhenIt I
it was seen that the whole country in indignantly indignantly indignantly ¬
dignantly resented the Matanzas mule mulemans mulemans t tntans
mans claim to the honors of a success successful successful successful ¬
ful battle from which ne war auocnt auocntthroughout 6CIlIthroughout I Ithroughout
throughout Us progress pIOiTe86although although there thereIs thereis ther e eIs
Is reason to believe that he had notice noticethat noUcethat e ethat
that the sortie would be effected on the themorning themorning tb C Cxnornlng
morning of July 3 when he took him himself himself himself ¬
self off behind the horizon in the New NewYork NewYorkthen Ne NeYorkthen
York Yorkthen then began the work of changing changinggeography changingbeography changingeography
geography time and circumstance in inorder Inorder ii iiorder
order to bring this gobbler of other othermens oth othe r rmens rmens
mens glory within ithln hailing distance distancewhen distanceWben e ewhen
when the Colon th the last Spanish h ship shipto shipto i ito
to strike her colors surrendered surre red to toCommodore toCommodote b bComznod04e
Commodore Schtey commanding the theAmerican theAmerfcln th S SAmerican
American squadron Lieutenant Har Harlows HarJows lIarows
lows ows log shows that at that moment momentSampson momentSaJllp80n momentSampson
Sampson and the New York were ere still stilleight stilleIght tIl I Ieight
eight miles to the eastward and did not notcome notcome no t tCome
come up U until at least thirty minutes minutesafter minutesantr I Iafter
after the curtain had fallen upon the thelast thelast Us a alast
last act in that bloody blood drama of the sea seaThere 2ea 2eaThen seaThere
There will be no nt difficulty in > tab tabllshing tabJlshfng tsblishing
llshing the genuineness g nuf of the t true log logAs logAs locAs
As to the other oU r its text inexorably con condemns condfOmnfC condenins ¬
demns it as a forgery The only trou trouble trouble trouble ¬
ble perhaps will be to identify ldentlf and andpunish andpunish am I Ipunish
punish the forger or forgers force MI Very Veryprobably Veryprobabl Ver 1 1probably
probably he or they may go unwhlpped unwhlppedof i iof
of justice The aegis of the Depart Department Department Departmeat ¬
ment which like an umbrella has cov covered covere coyere1 ¬
ered ere the Sampeon scandal while it itstewed Itstewed I t ttcwed
stewed and protected a lair of con conspirators conZ5pirUors conspir3tors ¬
spirators against a gallant otlicer and andthe andthe am I Ithe
the honor and credit of the service servicemay servicemay servicemay
may still remain In commission to toshield tohleld t e eshield
shield the blundering blund rtng fabricators of the thespurious thespurious th a aSpurious
spurious log of the Vixen VixenA VixenA
A Jloonevelt Hoout In Kanxnn KanxnnThe liollllnThe IcananaThe
The Roosevelt R velt boom is l said to be bespreading beIIPr8dlng hi t tspreading
spreading It Is no longer confined to totbe totb ti S Sthe
the tb sparsely settled Rocky MounaJn re region region region ¬
gion but Is reported as having extend extended extended extended ¬
ed Into Kansas Ka 88 Some people may be beinclined beInlIned b e eInclined
inclined to think that the endorsement endorsementof tndor ement ementor > t tof
of the Sunflower State will m settle tUe the theaspirations theSIlrations th e easpirations
aspirations of any Presidential PreMden lal candi candidate candidate candidate ¬
date to whom the endorsement is given givenand ghenand givenand
and Indeed there is I much in the recent recenthistory reeenthistory recen recenhistory
history of Kansas which gives a super superficial upertidal supertidal ¬
tidal support to this view Ie The State Statehas Statehall Stat e elas
has been the home of Grangerism Pop Populism PopuUtm Popullem ¬
ulism Mary Leasetom m Mrs NaUonism NaUonismand Natlonlamand I Iand
and almost t every other imaginable imaginableIsm e elam
Ism 1 m including Republicanism and andthe andthe an d dI
the wilder Ikler and more farfetched rarfetch the po political political poutica I ¬
litical chimera the greater has ha been beenthe bee en enthe a athe
the enthusiasm over it It The people peoplehave IJeOpiehave peo4 a aitave
have gone for it with Ub a rush that noth nothing nothJng sethIng ¬
ing could check until the momentum of ofthe orthe a f fthe
the movement was U lost through the thephysical thephylcal th e ephyieal
physical and nd mental exhaustion of ofthose ortho a if ifthose
those tho engaged engag in it itHowever It ItHoweer itHowever
However this Kansas Ka tJ88 boom on onhalt be behalf t tbaif ¬
half of Teddy should not be under underrated underratt underrated ¬
rated or contemptuously belittled be because beCU8e t tcause ¬
cause of any Kn idtosyncracies IdkHsncrRC that tha th have havemarked havemarked hay e emarked
marked the course of Kansas Kan thought thoughtIt thoughtIt t tIt
It must be remembered that there was wasnever wanetr we 5 5never
never anything wrong rong with the States StatesRepublicanism State StateRepublicanhm a aRepublicanism
Republicanism True it was at about as asextreme a aextreme 5 5extreme
extreme and unreasoning as Xation XationIsm Natlonism I Ilsm
Ism but that only made it the more ad admirable admirable I Imirable ¬
mirable with th the leaders of the party partyA partyA part3A
A boom there tM for Roosevelt will 11I carry carrya carla crr crra
a little weight eI8hl in the rest re t of the coun country countl I Itry ¬
try although it te ii beginning so early earlythat earlythat earl y ythat
that it is quite likely IIkel to spend its It force forceand rorceand tore e eand
and break prematurely Such things thingsare thingare thln n nare
are not uncommon in Kansas KansasWe Ka Kare ICasiasWe
We re ar are not informed as to the par particular partleular pazticular ¬
ticular pleas plea that are being ben made on onbehalf onbeha1t o a abehalf
behalf of tho th Vice Presidents Presklent candida candidacy candldacy candidacy ¬
cy It may be that the people peop of Kan Kansas Kansas Caii L ¬
sas believe b lIee that the regiment of Hough HoughRiders HoughRiders Ltou h hRiders
Riders did substantially all the land landfighting land1hhtln bin d dfighting
fighting 1hhtln in the Spanish war perhaps perhapsthe teIhapcthe a athe
the splendid civil government of New NewYork NewYork Nei a aYork
York under the Joint administration of ofThomas orThomas c t tThomas
Thomas C Platt and Governor Roose Roosevelt Rootevelt z zvelt ¬
velt has aroused al < the enthusiasm of ofKansas orKanSAS e t tKansas
Kansas Republicans and possibly the theboom theboom Hi 0 0boom
boom is in the nature of a revolt against againstthe again t tthe it itthe
the perfidy of the party as shown > by byIts byUs b y yIt
Its It purposed repudiation of the promise e
made m ade at Philadelphia that Roosevelt Rooseveltshould nooseveltshould
should s be the next Presidential Pr klential candl candldate j jdate
date d ate Any or all ll of these t consldera conslderaUons conelderaone i itlons
tlons H one may be at t the bottom of the boom boomor I Ior
or o r there may be nothing at the bottom bottomof bottomor bOttom
of o f it The movement may nMt be simply simplyanother shoplanother
another a of those spasmodic upheavals upheavalswhich UIhtaalshkhfrom
which w aw hkhfrom hich from time to time occur in Kan Kansas l n
sas m 8 without any apparent cause causeIn I
In matters political Kansas has fre frequently re requentJy
quently q in a way been bef > U far in advance advanceof
of o f the tImes On this occasion oC Rsion < though J I I
it i t is some distance dlta ee > behind IM blnd Those who whoare ho 1 1are
are a re now forming < Roosevelt clubs either J I
in h i Kansas or elsewhere I ehere ought to un understand ¬
derstand d that the next Republican RepublicanPresidential ReJublicanPresidential 1
Presidential P nomination has been Ire preempted Ireemlted ¬
empted e by Senator M A Hanna The Thepoints Thepoints
points to be urged rged in favor of Roose Roosevelt Roosevelt Rooseolt ¬
velt v olt might have carried carr weight a dec decade deca deedo ¬
ade a do e or two ago but they the have none nonenow noneno
now no n ow The punish Pl i8h war is so much in inthe inthe
the t he nature of ancient history hi9tor that many manypeople manypeople
people p eople are actually unwilling unwmin to con concede concede ¬
cede c ede that Mr Roosevelt was its great greatcentral greatcentral
central c figure some are unkind enough enoughto
to t o insist that the socalled PlattRoose PlattRoosevelt PlatlHooseeJt
velt eJt administration of o New ew York Y rk was wasthe wasthe
the t he administration of Matt alone while whilethere whilethere
there is among Republicans R publieans a very verygeneral verygeneral
general feeling > that Ualch such assurances as asthose astho
those tho given to Mr tr Roosevelt at Phila Philadelphia Philadelphia ¬
delphia are never intended to be re remembered remembered ¬
membered after the adjournment of the theconvention theconvention theconvention
convention at which they the are given givenIn givenIn
In any an event it is obvious that as the theRepublican theRepublican
Republican party is now constituted constitutedMr
Mr Ir Roosevelts claims pale into noth nothingness nothIngnes ¬
Ingnes when hen compared with Ith those of ofMr orIr
Mr Hanna Therefore this Roosevelt Rooseveltboom Uooscveltboom
boom in Kansas is to be regretted It Itcannot ItCAnnot
cannot result in his nomination of ofcourse orcoune ofcourse
course but it shows n deplorable lack lackof lackof
of appreciation of the Republican War Warwick Warwick sr srwick ¬
wick and it may make it necessary n l for forhim forhim forhim
him to pull a few more strings A man manwith manwith manwith
with such claims and such qualifica qualifications qualifications qualifications ¬
tions as a M Ii A Hanna should not be beplaced beplaced beplaced
placed under tho th necessity n Cessit of pulling pullingany pullingan pullingany
any an strings at all allThe allThe
The Ioncx Jolle Narrow Itfro ztrrow Kscnpc KscnpcThe EMcnluThe
The civilized world Jrld will be startled startledto
to learn of the narrow nArro escape e which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the venerable Pope has had from death deathat deathat
at the hands of an Anarchist assassin assassinIt
It is I fortunate if it be true as our des despatch despath despatch ¬
patch states that the circumstances circumstanceswere circumstanceswere circumstanceswere
were such that it was as possible to keep keepthe keepthe keepthe
the affair from the tb knowledge of o the theintended theInt theintended
intended Int nded victim At his advanced age ageand ageand ageand
and In his delicate health the shock of ofrealizing orrealizing ofrealizlng
realizing that a wretch retch bent upon his hismurder bl blmurder hismurder
murder had only been thwarted by the thequick thequick thequick
quick wit it of one of his guards might mighthave mighthave mighthave
have had serious if not fatal conse consequences con consequences e equences ¬
quences quencesOf quencesOf quencesof
Of all the potentates of earth one onewould onewould onewould
would think that this amiable old oh man manmost manmost maninst
most truly an exempkfr exempr r of peace on onearth onearth onearth
earth and whose life has been marked markedIn markedIn markedIn
In the words of the great Lincoln with withcharity wlthcharity hh hhcharIty
charity for all and malice toward none nonewould JHmwould nonewould
would be the last to excite the bloody bloodyinstincts bloo bloodyInstincts y yInstincts
instincts of those enemies of human humansocietys hUlftRnsoclet humansocIety
socIety soclet the Anarchists t8 What Va could couldthey couldthe couldthey
they the gain by b hastening bastenin the departure of ofa ofa ofa
a prince prl whose daysat best can be but buta bUta beta
a few more in this world In fact factwhat tactwhd factwhat
what do they the gain by b assassinating any anyruler anyruler anyruler
ruler or statesman Absolutely noth nothing nothing nothing ¬
ing If by chance they do kill a tyrant tyrantwho tyrantho tyrantwho
who ho is the better for it Such acts of ofthemselves orthelnSelvtS otthemselves
themselves are the best excuse for des despotism despotism despotism ¬
potism if they the do not sometimes sOmetimes justify justifyit
it In countries infested jnfe t 1 by societies of ofassassination ofas ofassassInatIon
assassination assassinationToday as inaUonCntro assassInatIonCastro
Castro the 1I0J Man ManToday llIn llInToday
Today the New eW York Herald in its itsWashington UsIhlngton itsWashington
Washington correspondence observes observesand observesand observesand
and not without unconscious humor humorthat humorthat humorthat
that information received in Wash Washington a8h a8hIngton ¬
ington indicates that President Castro Castrohesitates Catrohe Castrchesitate I
hesitates he to phmge pMI e his country into a awar awar a awar
war with Colombia O l9tBbla the outcome of ofwhich orwhich olwhich
which no one can see seeIn see seeIn seeIn
In truth President Pr nt Castro hesitates hesitatesto I Ito
to such an extent that there is no un unmanufactured unmanuractured usmanufactured ¬
manufactured evidence to show that he heever heever t tever
ever harbored an intention to make war waron waron waron
on Colombia Cok mbia The latter with its best bestgeneral lM healgeneral at atgenerRl
general and twenty twentytwo two of its regular regulararmy r regulararmy r rarmy
army battalions has invaded Venezuela Venezuelawith VeneztKlawllh L Lwith
with the object of destroying de troylD < the liberal liberalGovernment liberalGovernment liberalGovernment
Government at Caracas and making makingAsphalt makinaAsphalt nakin nakinAsphalt
Asphalt Andrade AndrR e dictator of the coun country country country ¬
try The Venezuelan forces have fought foughttwo fou foughitwo < ht htto
two battles with the invaders and have havedriven havedriven hav i idriven
driven them back over the line utterly utterlyrouted ulterJ ulterJrouted utterlyrouted
routed Yet President Castro has 1 re restrained restrained restraIned ¬
strained himself and has not declared declaredwar declaredwar declare declarewar
war on Colombia simply because he heknows heknows heknows
knows that the people ple of that State Statehave Statehave Statehave
have no Iuarrel with ith his people peop or with withhim withhim Uh Uhbim
him and he has only to defend det nd himself himselfagsfrst hlmeelCagI1st hlinaehagsIst
agsfrst the forces and the machina machinations machination machinaHone ¬
Hone of the th Bogota ota dictator Marroquln Marroqulnand Iarroqulnand Marroqulnand
and whoever hoever may be behind that indi individual Indlidual mdivklual ¬
vidual idual and all will iIl come well in the theend theend i iend
end for before many weeks it is prob probable probable probaWe ¬
able that the th Colombians themselves themselveswill thenutelvetSwill C Cwill
will depose their despot e pot and restore the theold theold theold
old constitution and the former for r repub republican republican repulslican ¬
lican form of government governmentEvery governmentEcl governmentEvery
Every day in some fresh form there thereis thereis then thenIs
is presented to our view I iew w by papers in inafliliation InaUlUatlon ir I Iatliliatlon
afliliation with the Asphalt Trust or orthe orthe oz ozthe
the Administration or both a pen pic picture picture plcture ¬
ture of General Castro representing representinghim repretKnUnhim repreeentlnhim
him as a bloodyminded tyrant bent bentupon bentupon t tupon
upon destroying destro lng the institutions and andthe andthe an I Ithe
the perple of o his continent The same samejournals samejournals sam samJournals
journals regard Marroquin arroquln as a high highminded hl highminded h hminded
minded patriot because b u e he hates and andwould andwould aM aMoId
would oId overthrow Castro who is i not notliked notliked not notliked
liked by the Asphalt Trust and hence henceby henceb henceby
by b the Administration AdministrationThe
The AliuMi AliuMiThe AllUMIM of C IJIC 1hoarnjb 1hoarnjbThe tJrn JIb JIbThe
The old proverb that figures will not notlie DOtHe no t tlie
lie has been replaced rt > Ilacfd by another one onewhich onebleh onewhich
which bleh avers that the statistical lie is isthe liethe ii a athe
the worst falsehood recorded in history historyWhen historyhen historyWhen
When hen photography pooto raIhy first became known knownto I Ito
to the public there were people who ho be became becalfH became ¬
came eloquent about the truthfulness truthfulnessof S Sof
I of the great sun un in heaven but it ap appears appears appears ¬
pears from recent developments that thattho thatUw the t tthe
the suns truthfulness like that of ofmathematics ormathemaUcs o C Cmathematics
mathematics depends del ndlli considerably considerablyupon consklerabJ consklerabJupon r rupon
upon the personality of his manager managerIt
It hi reported that some extraordinary extraordinaryfabrications extraordinarytabrlcatlon extraoed3nr V Vfabrications
fabrications in the lle of photography photographyhave Ihol rapit rapitIave I Ihave
have been perpetrated > d at seaside re resorts reMrUi noaorta ¬
sorts for the profit of the artist and andthe andthe an anthe
the gratification of vain aln people The Thelatter ThelAttr Th e elatter
latter are usually young men and andwomen Andwomen am tl tlwoman
women who want swimming ip Iptlta Iptltatlon z pit pittions > ita itaUons
Uons tlon but are re not willing to hunt for forthem torthem fo r rthorn
them in the water where such game is isusually Isusually I a ausually
usually eaughL Th TIM photographer photographerposes J otocpher otocpherpoeteS r rpe
poses a girl on a post about two feet feetabove feelabove fee I Iabove
above the water in the attitude of one oneabout oneabout on S Sabout
about to dive Then he makes a second secondpicture econdpicture secon > I Ipicture
picture of her in the act of divine divineWhen dIvine dlvjntrVMJI dIvineWhen
When he comes to develop the picture picturehe plctllrehe a ahe
he adds about thirty feet to the height heightof helchtor t tof
of the post and possibly several hun hundred hultdred liendred ¬
dred per cent to the young ong ladys swim swimminx swimruing whR whRmht
minx < reputation At A t the seaside re resorts resorta reaorta ¬
sorts sorta however such pictures are not notregarded JIOtregar no t tregarded
regarded regar ed with Uh any great seriousness seriousnessA
A similar milAI hoax WM penetrated lrJ trated tw twvor twvorthre twu or orthree s sthree
three thre years yeM ago 0 by photographers Ora who whoposed wh wis wispoed
posed riders en horseback hllck on level levelground loveground vel velgroun
ground groun and an then tilted tte the picture ptur and andinvented am aminvented
invented layente a sky line ln so 1 that thtl it would wouldappear wol weekappear
appear appr that the rider rier was w performi performing performingextraordinary rformlR
extraordinary extraordinar feats of horsemanship hor mlhlp I
Trirly Tr1 T rzrly as the late Mr Ir Barnum Brnum ob observed obrved ¬
served se red rved Americans AmrcAns love to be hum humbugged humbugge ¬
bugged buggedIt bugge b ugged uggedIt
It is conceivable however that such suchphotography tuch tuchplotoraphy suchhotography
photography plotoraphy p might be b utilized utlze for tile illegal le legal ¬
gal g al purposes and in course cour of time tme it itmay Itmay
m may ay be necessary nee r to pass J some fme laws lawsagainst lawsa
against a aInt it It It Certain firing frl dealing delng in im improper impropr ¬
proper propr p roper pictures Iicture have already gotten gottenthemselves goten gotentbnlele
themselves tbnlele t into trouble by b getting geting hold holdof hd hdof holdf
of o f the pitotographs lhotorlhs of reputable reputab young youngwomen
women w omen and using ulng these thes faces t in connec connection cnne ¬
tion ton tl Ofl with figures figure in compromising sit situations st stuaUons ¬
uations n and an ar unscrupulous uutrupulous black blackmailer blackm ¬
mailer m lner might make considerable considerable trou trouble treeit ¬
ble bk b it by b similar simiar devices It I is veil en at atany atany
any a ny rate rte not to accept acctlt entirely without withoutreservation wihout
reservation re8aUon r the thf unsupported evidence evidenceof evld nce nceof
of o r the camera cameraEvery cameraEver
Every Ever new trust tnllt formed fomf is k larger than thanIts thn thnIs
Its Is it s predecessor J reeccJr in the same Mm industry InusI or orbusiness
business 01 b usiness n e8 The latest reported reprte is i the In International IaternaUonal ¬
ternational t Salt Sal Company COlpf Just jst Incorpor Incorporated jfrr jfrrated ineorported ¬
ated a ac ted in n New 1ew Jersey erey of course con with wih a acapital acalltl aapital
capital calltl c of thirty thlrt million miion dollars coUars This Thfcsmay
may ma m ay serve as a reminder of the small smallsized S1al smaltized
sized size s ized clash which whlh some months monO ago ac accurred aecurrt1
curred currt1 c between btween the Armour rmour Meat Trust Trustand Trt Trtan
and an a nd the National 1aUonal Salt Trust Tret The meat meatcompany 1Ret 1Retcompny meatompany
company compny c claimed that It was being over overcharged overI overharged ¬
I charged chargt c for salt slt So it i sent snt to Lisbon LisbonPortugal Li LiPotu8f1
Portugal Potu8f1 P ortugal and an 541 bought some re thousands thf of oftons orton ofons
tons ton t ons An officer olcfr of the meat Iet company companywas compny compnyas companyas
was w wt as afterward aferward reported relred as saying inK that thatthe thattlC thathe
the tlC t he company comlJny paid pk the freight across acro the theAtlantic tho theAtlantIc
Atlantic Athlftk the t duty dut at the custom culo house houseand hR hRan
and an a nd railway riway charges half hal across acros the con coni contlnt
i tinent tlnt t to Omaha and an then thln saved Scfl a hand handsome hall hall2me hamiome
some 2me s sum sm on the transaction When h trust trustis trusts
is I s pitted plte against aghi8t trust the beauties bAUte of the theI thesrHem theystem
I system srHem s are very likely Ikel to come floating floatingto focln foclnto
to t o the surface Salt s1 is i a much smaller smalleritem smler smlerIem smallertem
item Iem I tem In the average aerge household hosehold than thn is ismeat ismet Ismeat
meat met and many man people pepe would wol lie l glad to toknow toknow toknow
know how bw much the thO Meat leal Trust Tr Itself iul is isrealizing i 1 1ealizing
realizing rcUzing r j sove ove a legitimate lgitmate profit profitThe Irot IrotTh lrOlttThe
The Th pop J ilar Jlr isr understanding Inenaoln is i that tht on onMay onMay
May Jlay 15 1WS IN Samiwon nlwo then at Cape ca Hat Hatlien Jal JalHen ifatHen
Hen with wih his squadron sudrn was notified noUne that thatCtrvera tht thtC thatCervera
Ctrvera C rvcra was wa on the point of C leaving let Cu Curacao CuraeO Curaco ¬
racao raeO for for Santiago Sntigo Nothing Nothtg happened happenedIt hpnd hpndI
It I II I t is I also a1 understood ullersto that the Navy 1ay ftvY De Department le leINutment Lienrtment ¬
partment I nrtment notified ntUied him that tht Ctrvera C rtr was wasIn wasn a8 a8In
In i n Santiago Sltl O Harbor Harbr and nothing hap happened hapIt happetied ¬
pened It for eleven days das Again it I is i saw sawthat saiothat
that tht on July ul 2 General Generl Shatter Shfer advised advisedhim advisedim
him h im that tht Cervera Cener was getting gettng ready for a asortie asortie
sortie Irte on Of the t following fol1ng morning mrning This Thistime Thistme Thistime
time tme something somthing did dk happen hpp When W he the themorning themorning
morning mornln of o the expected expted sortie srUe dawned dawnecSampson d dawnedSampson
Sampson mpn took to his hi flagship tshll and An retired ret be behind behim ¬
hind the i1tzn horizon No 10 wonder woer gallant Illnt Ad Admiral Admirl Adzairal ¬
miral mirl Cervera Cerer says ss that tht he does dl not nt Know Knowand knowan knowitad
and an never neVfr saw w Sampson SampsonThe Sapn SapnT SampsonThe
The T case caI of o Hoey H the Nogales Xogle collector collectoraccused cletor cletoracufl collectoraccused
accused acufl of o smuggling smuKglng Chinese Chins into the theUnited theUnited
United lnlte States continues conUnu to attract atrct atten attention aten atenton attenties ¬
ties ton He declares delre his innocence Innen as Neely Neelyand Nel Nel2n Neeiyand
and 2n Hath Rthbn Rathbone bone did dk It I la 1 rumored rmed that tht an anofficial anoOil I Iollicial
official oOil much muh higher highr up u the bidder 1dtr is im implicated Implte hajeileateel ¬
plicated plte in if the affair talr If I so 8 it I wilt wi be belucky i ilucky
lucky luk for that tht person pn if like ike Hoey Ho he hehappens t thappens
happens lapJn to claim cim Muncie une lad In as his hi na native n astive ¬
tive tve Heath Heth People Pepf from frm that tht Hoosier Hoer vii village viilags 1 ¬
lags lce appear apl to be b as immune Ilmun from frO punish punishment pni punishmeat ¬
meat nt as a they the are ae apt ap to get Into trouble troubleWe troubleWe
We e are reminded remlDd that tht Lord Kitchener Kitcheneris KUeHnr KUeHnrIs
is not n the th only man JfUt in I South Sth Africa Afri who whocan I It
can cf issue ile proclamations polmti Delarey Dere the theBoer theBeer t
Boer Dr leader leer has hM issued i e one on quite as full fullof cit I Iof
of 0 ginger gnger as a the British Britsh generals geJe ls latestIn latest
In it he warns wan all al burghers Irgher to pay payno py pyno pa pano r
no attention attenton to literature Hterture emanat emanating emnt emnthg ensanatfag ¬
fag from the th opposition optlon headquart headquarters hdr ¬
ers er and an to continue cntnu raiding rakng and an sniping snipingas sipng sipnga mipinsas
as a usual There Thre is I a report rept to tO the th effect effectthat eKet eKettht L Lthat
that tht Commandant Connnant General Generl Botha Dth has hs sent sentorders lnt lntorrs sentorders
orders orrs to his hs subordinates sbdnte to hold b as a hoe hostages h hoetages ¬
tages tge all al British Brtl officers oers captured cJure in fu futliro futlr futuna
tuna tlr If into to this Ihk mennn en llljtl tbt In II M esse e Lse4 I orri orriKitchener I IKitchener
Kitchener Kttchenr should hk curry Crr out ot his h hi threat thret to totreat t ttrt ttreat
treat trt the th Boers D8 as bandits bu after afe Sapiens September Sapiensher teJ ¬
her br 15 Botha Dh wilt w have hve Htenl material upon uponwhich upn upnhlch 1 1which
which hlch to make Bke reprisals reprisalsThere rerls rerlsTre reprisalsThere
There Tre is I pretty prety fair evidence eke that tht the thesteel the i isteel
steel 8M strike srke is nearing nrn its i close cl At this thistime I Itime
time tR it would ol be b folly foi to Indulge Inule in pre predictions prodictions ¬
dltk dictions as to the th success ss cs or orf ortffirie Yfajfifre of ofthe ot r rth I Ithe
the th peace pe envoys who n have hve fUM 8 nse U to > Xe XeYork New NewYork NosYork
York to seek > k an interview Inlerlw with Wh the t trust trustmagnates t tmagnates
magnates mgt But But in any case cl the move movement movemeat ¬
meat nt shows so signs Iln of weakening wMk ing Stint Shaffers Sl Slters Stintfers ¬
fers action actk in if calling cln out the th Western Westernmen 1 1inca
men n who wh were er under unr voluntary volunt contracts contractswith S Swith
with h their ther employers tmployers Is disapproved dispprve by byPresident byPrtlnt bi r rPresident
President Prtlnt Mitchell lchll of tiK t tiz Mine XI ino Workers Workersand Wor Workersand r
and an other obr prominent prinnt lalor 1l authorities authoritiesThe authoritiesThe
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in many mny trades trde and an JhIAlr r pressure > i < ure is i being beingbrought hetn c cbrought
brought bruht to bear br from Cf such puh quarters qurern quartersnot quartersnotby not notably ¬
ably aty by the Garment Garnt Makers Mke Union Unon It I hi hiprobable t a aprobebic
probable prb that tht the t strilce e will wU be b called cll off offbefore of r rbefore
before bfor it has h a chance chne to do d much Juh more moredamage C Cdinsxe
damage d than thn it I has lI already alreadyASKED aredy aredyASKD alreadyASKED
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BROCKTON BROCKTOX Mass Aug AU KWlim KWlimL 5Williai William WilliamL I IL
L L Douglas Dqls the tJ millionaire miinire shoe J manu manufacturer Jnu Jnutaetuer inanefacturer ¬
facturer taetuer has hs been bn approached aPh by several severalleading severs et etldin t tleading
leading ldin Democrats L mrt and A asked a to t be b a acandidate acnite i icandidate
candidate cnite for fo Governor Gverr Mr r Douglas Douglasyesterday Lougiayesterday
yesterday yHery signified gJ his hi intention not n to be bea ii a aa
a candidate cnkte although aJhuh it is i likely Jkely be h may maytake my mytke ma r rtake
take tke an active actve part prt In politics pll this th fall fallMy faiLMy falLMy
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th thoroughly hly imbued Jmt ed with wh Democratic DemocraticIdeas C
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a Democratic DJrat candidate ellkte for President lrRt lrRtrepied he hereplied i e ereplied
replied repied I always have been bn and an am al to today t6a today ¬
day a great admirer of o David DV B l Jim and andthink al ass 1 1think
think he is 1 a sale sfe man mn to follow lolw Of Ofcourse 0 C Ccourse
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in i n which whih he gives the tht f tlowi fliowiag > llpwiMg figures flfjuresfor figuresor ure
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The following folwln figures f r show hew how much muchmore muh muhme
more me s grain KalR the th United lnlc States exported expore to toI toI
I I Germany Gemny during du lng these thc years ers than thn Russia Russiajdtd Ruai Russiadid
jdtd i dil did Barley Barle 1W7 181 J62633K 6m 1HO 193 J651IMC J651IMCOats 6MIG 6MIGOats
Oats Ots liST li7 7762418 778 19C 1g 7JCS 1 764 7 Indian Indiancorn Indin Indiancorn
I corn 1SS7 119 13S513 3UI 2 1909 11 mh RZ3SW 23 < J8 M e Rye R RI RyeUZit
I 1897 187 JtWSttS S UZit 1930 190 SI9 Sl9j632U 137 a 280 Wheat heat 1 1 1157 1157bll9t4 97 97l
I SIUI l JClaW 1900 1 S57SSM S57SSMj 75Si 75tL64t 75tL64tIt
j It I will wi be seen Sen Mr 1lr Harris explains explainsj explalR explalRthat explainsthst
j that Russia Ru9a sold Id Germany Germln In 1897 1 7 grain grainto grin grinI grainto
I to the value of 27302416 1 more than thanI thandid
I did rd the United 1 S States at In 1SW 61 however howeverthe howeverthe W
I the th United Unie States had reduced redue this thi excess excessto ee excessto
to 494725 In I960 19 the th total totl grain gain Im Im111t8 imports
1 111t8 i ports orts from all al countries cuntrlfs into the th German GermanEmpire GermanEmpre GermanEmpIre
Empire amounted amunttd to SIN97 128284972 Germany Germanyon
on Empre the th other ttr hand hnd exports exptt small smal quanti quantities quantities IUant ¬
ties tes of grain Krln to countries cunlrle like lke Great Gret Brit Britain Brt Brtain Britsin ¬
ain Holland lolmn Denmark lenQrk Norway Norwl and an Swe Sweden Sweden Sweden ¬
den Th T These je grain grin exports exprt during M Mamounted 1 1amountf 19115 19115amounted
amounted to 116650 116650The 16616 16616The
amountf The competition S6trnt S6trntThE between Russia RultS and andthe Andthe andthe
the United States to supply the nonpro nonproducln nonproduring
1 during ducln grain rln countries > 8 of Europe I urope will be be bei become
1 i come sharper every en r year The building of ofI o onew
I new ne railroads and canals in Russia will willenable willenable ill illenable
enable that country countr to move her crops to toward to toArd toward ¬
ward Ard the German frontier much more moreeasily JROreeaMI moreeasily
easily eaMI than has hitherto hlttw > rt been the case caseWithin caseI caseWithin
I Within lUtln ten years Austria expects to have havea havea
a nework nc > wOlk of canals finished which will willcompletely willcompktl willcompletely
completely revolutionize the grain tratftc tratftcof tnifHcor tralficof
of AustriaHungary and the Balkan BalkanStates BalkanStates BalkanStates
States It is dtlHcult to realize that thatbarges tiJ8tbargt thatbarges
barges of grain rain may I be moved without withouttransfer withouttransrEr withouttransfer
transfer from the navigable waters of ofRiver ottM
tM Vustula utuln and lnle Przester ter through the theRIver theRiver 1
River Oder er Into the th Upper Elbeto Elba to the thegrain thegratn thegrain
grain markets of Prague and Dresden Dresdenthat Drttldenthat Dresdenthat
that the same Is I true of great cargoes of ofbarley ofbarley oi
barley corn rye and wheat heat from the thecountries thec6untrles theI C
countries of the Lower Danube It will willcertainly willrertalnly willcertainly I
certainly give these countries an advan advantage aelvanta advntags ¬
ta tags < e In freight rates ratesTh rflte rflteThe ratesonly
The Th only onl thing which will enable f the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States in future to compete sue successfully 8UCtuny sueceesfully ¬
cessfully tuny with 1th Russia in the grain mar markets IDRrI marShots ¬
kets of Germany is cheaper ocean freight freightfacilities trethtfAdntkos frelghlL
facilities The new line established from fromthe tromthe fronithe L
I the Great Lakes to Condon C n on and Hamburg Hamburgis
is a step in the rlgHt rigHtdirection direction Ti rture T f t ttUrO i iture
ture prosperity of the American farmer farmerdepends farmerdtpends farmerdepends
depends upon the > abUftyi II to sell our stir surplus 14Ury stirplus ¬
plus cereals to othen otbsq countries and Ger Germany Germany ¬
ro wn wneJl eJl eJlIF IF IFway
many y with her SCmMO people will al always always ¬
ways way be one of the thegrt thegrOdteat greatest test grain mar markets marketll nsarketa ¬
Annual Report Jh IIOt oftKc oftne Clilef lo Iowtof Iowtoflice otof otofce tof tofflee
flee ce Inspector InspectorAccording IIIKllcctorAccordlnc InspectorAccording
According to the mtaajal report of the theChief theChief theChief
Chief Postoffice Inspector In Inset ctfli the number of ofpofciofflces oCpotto 01postomces
pofciofflces potto Jee robbed daring d ditriag l the fiscal year yearended yearended
ended June 34 test w was sl 1115 < B5 There were wereWI weref4 I
WI f4 43 poetoflices destroyed by ftre postal postalcars postalcars I
I cars wrecked and btirnefl1 btiht 71 stages rob robbed ¬
bed 37 three mails mall m zn4aenger 4 ng gr r wagons wagonswere wagonswere ap apI I
were w re robbed mail pouches pquc I MItt st tIiC tIiCpo 616pouches W Wpouches
I pouches po Jtes cut IntentioiMilf Int ntfI or o by accident accidentor
or r stolen n 7431 U1 trerTetter 19t Ottfl boxes and andri aalre5al I
re5al ri lhan boxes xes 5jfled 5 1 JIB JIBcitarXebIe I < a f fchafx < I IcliaehI
chafx citarXebIe cliaehI abe to accWent aeeWeiiteoaspIalnts ldeft J oompUInU c 11tti 11ttieehIetI r reetwed re reeatsed
eetwed of losses ttf f ordinary letters letten letten1M U Uwith
38 with enclosures 4IOEW 18 without en enckNrares ftclo encloeurei
ckNrares clo 1125 USe complaints as a to pack packages paeketi psekages ¬
ages eti 47949 4 475 total number of complaints complaintsreceived complaintsreccoled I Irerelved
received 160256 t 5 No discovery dt was w made madeIn JIIadeIn i iin
In 1CSW 1 E0l cases and th these ee in which no loss lossresulted loare I Iresulted
resulted re were IZCTf Losses chargeable to tocarelessness tocare t tcarelessness
carelessness care or depredations of postal postalemployes poetalemploYta poetsemployea
employes were 3SS 3C 3616t Losses chargeable to topersons topenona t tpersona
persons not connected with the postal postalservice poetalservice postalservice
service were 465 Cases still tHl AI tinder Inves invNticatlon inventigatlon Investigation ¬
tigation 3SW3 3SW3The 3CaJThe i3 i3The
The office of the First Assistant Post Postmaster POIStmast Postmaster ¬
master mast r General n raI refers to the division toll of ofpostofiice orpoetofticf oi r rpostottlee
postofiice inspectors 4S0 WO 4119 cases for invert investigation Inv InvttpUon invertThe ¬
tigation The bond division of the > bu bureau bureau bcreau ¬
reau of the Fourth A Assistant fstant Postmaster Poatmalrttrntral
General ntral refers re 1IJ cases regarding retPlr tDK the re responsibility reJpttnstbtllty reepensibulity ¬
sponsibility of sureties on postmasters
bonds to the number of 30080 30 annually
Complaints of charges against a llst postmas postmaster postmaBtel poatmastsr ¬
tel and employee of poscomcca are about
Z ZiJO JO each uh year 8r > During the last lastOal Its fiscal Itscat ¬
cal year there tIMor were > only three charges charg
Slid r rer against fraw railway mall clerks wh1h I
twm trtr
Js remarkable in view of the fact t that thatth I Ithere
th there < re are in the neighborhood of LIMO w J of 0 r
these clerks t1 rk The number of miscella miscellaneous m miserlLsDeous II IIIkOUIC ¬
neous cases ca referred T fer to inspector annu annually annually nnu nnuall ¬
ally all Is about 90600 The number of cases casesof c cof i iof
of that kind now awaiting Anal disposi l ¬
thin by the Inspectors l tnrlI forre rr is seen MWO 4100 The Tb
Inspectors last year ar made IOW arrests arrestssubjwt arnt18lb arrestssubject
subject 8lb t to 1 th the jurisdiction of the United
States courts There are on an average
7W 70 N cases pending In the United 1nlt > d States Statescourts Stal4teQurtll Stalercourts
courts for oences offences committed against the the
United States malls mallsCROP IlisCROP mallsCROP
Reports From Pro All GrnlnGrolns GrnlnGrolnsSection r rSections
Section KiicourneliiK KiicourneliiKWriting ilneouragrtigWriting ncollrnsIIIJWriting
Writing to the State Department about aboutRussias aboutRuulaIJ abet t tRussias
Russias grain crop Thomas E Heenan HeenanOK H Jironanthe nan nanUK
OK United States Consul at Odessa says saysReports SA SAR saysReports
Reports R > portll from the great grulngowinp
districts of the Russian Empire mpire have havebeen haebeen hay e ebeen
been extremely favorable during the en entire entin entire ¬
tire season both for winter and spring springsown springwn repnin repninstwn
sown wn grain It Is the > Mlle throughout throughoutRussia througltoutRuwriR throughowthat
Russia that from winter Inter to summer the thechange thedunKt tb tbchange
change ix sudden without Ithout gradual rise riseof riseof rise riseof
of the temperature This year ear however howeverthere howevertht howeverthere
there tht > r was a long 10 Interval or in otis otlMr otlMrwords + r rwords rwords
words a spring Ram ha hart been abun abundant abundant abcsilant ¬
dant and there are reports rt > JoOrts that some somedamage IIOIftedamage C Cdamage
damage has resulted therefrom Never Nevertheless Nevtrtlwleosll Nevertisima ¬
theless the harvest this year will be th thlargest tM tMlarxMt C Clargest
largest for all cereals rea that this Uti country count I
has 1ta had for or many years The hay
crop cropalready CTOJalrMdy cro h halready
already saved is very large Wheat eat rye ryeoats rye08ta ryeoats
oats and barley according to the most mostreliable mostrtliable moe t treliable
reliable accounts r recvd
reeejve wilt give
more morethan mortthan C Cthan
than an average a ntse yield ld The
average > an annual annUAl anneal ¬
nual output of theso t theseIeeresls > cereals from fr UK to t 1
MOO Inclusive InclUI Vt for th u the > empire mpj including including0UCM a
Pound ° the 0UCM aucaaue gr t iibenia Tia and Con CenWheat C n
tI tint 1 AM but tXchHltIlK Finland wu
Wheatt Viet IlStsSlN5 UItIOOI bU rt ry ryoats 8i2
oat oats 55lJUtjtt4i oootf barlt banley 3Z46O5t 3Z46O5tWheat 4 Oi
Wheat is the th cereal real which has
mwt ma t
interest for the > Inited nlted States as it comes eon K
more > in competition with Ith our grain than it
any of the others It may not IH be with
out ut Interest to show 00 the quantity of wheat wh t
raised In the different dlffcrt > nl parts part of Russia
European EUfbpt > an Russia J3lMtot tIUIM j bushebi bullht > is Po p l
land 2uonoMA 211100 bushels bu Caucasus 48UOu hit lb oo iou e m t
bushels bu iwhI Siberia 2 ZCIJtMM 36I < W bushels Contra ContraIa < > ntrMJI
Asia 12 1 fIOO busMW bul bush4 Total rota I 419 u9iifU 419550is KM MB MBmuhtls C CIRON
muhtls Ia V VIRON i imON
r 5
A 4 Stntement of the tI ImimrtH for t
the theCiileiuler theCnlellcler ii C CCitleizeler
Ciileiuler Year lUUO lUUOA 1100comparative 1 < M MA
A comparative statement showing the theimports thehnportIJ th e eimports
of iron and steel
imports and their man manufactures manuradurt8 sianufactures ¬
ufactures into Cuba has been n prepared preparedIn preparoin rtPllrtdIn
In the Division of Insular Affairs of o the theWar theWar tb 0 0War
War Department Ik The statement shows showsthat Bhowstluat 5 5that
that during the calendar year 103 1I0 the theaggregate UteaRIegate tb C Csggregate
aggregate value of iron steel t I and their theirmanufactures thdrmanuladun thri r rmanufactures
manufactures from all countries was K KK13X 34against
11 K13X as a against 2 84 5 during the cal calendar calendar calendar ¬
endar year 18 li9I8 an increase of i I82 I8IJiliO 550 or orC orper r
6 C per cent The imports of these tIK com commodities comHIOdl cuessiodities ¬
modities HIOdl etl front the U United States in the theyear theyear tb e eyear
year I960 amounted ht value to J3685S9 J3685S9as 3 3eg i85 a aas
as against SMJSJM t3Sid in MS WIlt an increase of ofor orI a I IlOdIG
I lOdIG > or 54 per cent centThe centThe nt ntTM
The comparison on by countries tn follows followsrmted followsUnliset ollowsPnitEd
rmted States M I BOO U M9 ss ssm 33eg
89 United Kingdom KI 8CkJm 18 lOW MM > 1 mit > W WM I
M 73t Germany 18S 1M JI3SS6 135 ISiS 212 2127S6 2 27t6
7S6 96 France 1 1is 657515 7 75 5 1 1iW 15th HJ tlHJMJ tlHJMJS 11H3 11H3SPIt 111511Spain
S SPIt Spain Min In MB 1M i JW7H 1 174 1H 11W lt XtSTK 1al Altstrnt Altstrntlat Au Aisttr5ei trilt trilt1M
lat 1M i JC s 11110 0 210 2150 Swltseriaml 19 19Kyi 1 1r 1iSn
Kyi r Sn 1 1M > 6 nm 228 Mexico Mda n S721 7ss 7ssBgium 1 1I M M2W
2W BMiKlum I IUtn W WOther 11 ttGi lt IMsue IMsueOthtr 504 15911 15911Other
Other 1Ulltris uiitrUs 1 liO 19 9 J2K6 S 1t2G G tOO W J3SS To Tot1 TotL
t1 tL 1 i9 9 29IJstJ 9eS4Z l ititO U76I
Reported to lie on n More Solid Bo BoHM DR DRIIIM Baslit
HM IIIM Titan for Years YcnrtcCharles YearsCharles cnrH cnrHCharres
Charles Page Bryan the United Lnat States StatesMinister StatesInt StatesMinister
Minister Int ter to Brazil writes rites to the State StateDpartmeit StateD
Dpartmeit D Irt ert from Petropolls of the expi expiration xpl xplration ¬
ration of the Brazilian funding loan ar arrangement arrangcmtnt arangement ¬
rangement r He says saysOfficial says0tIic181
Official statements show that the theMnanees theItnanctM thenances
Mnanees fi nances of this country are upon a aMild more moresolid
solid s olid foundation than for years past pastSptcle pastSptcie
Sptcle S pecie payments paY Knts of the foreign gold ob obligations obligatIons oh ohigatlona ¬
ligations l have teen resumed Brazilian Braziliansecurities BrazilianecurlUes
securities s have risen from 45 per cent to toi5
75 7 5 per cent of par the volume of paper papermoney paperIWOn
money IWOn < has been diminished ftet1 from 7S30W 7S30Weontos S ScontOlO SJS
eontos C to SWWO tI eon conies to the sterling < value valueof VAlufot
of the mtlrete has risen from id to to1U1 to1l toI1d
1U1 1l 1 I1d 2d 112S 1l cents to 233 3 cents the Import Importduties Importt1utks
duties d uties formerly all payable in a depre depreciated depreckltetl ¬
ciated d ated and fluctuating currency are now nowcollected now41I nowollected
collected 41I c tett 25 per cent in gold and 75 5 per percent perent r rcent
cent c ent In paper JNl r being Ing an actual value valueequivalent valuetfuIYal valuequivalent
equivalent tfuIYal e nt to 45 per cent and 56 per cent centrespectively eentresptttlvely
respectively r 1060069 have been paid paidtbf en enthe
the t he 1H7 emergency emerg ncy loan completely ex extinguishing extinplshlng ¬
tinguishing t that obligation 21603 1fIOO eontos eontos115e c ntos ntos1ICiN
1ICiN 115e 1155500 0i par of treasury Mils bll outstand outstanding out8taftdIng outstandng ¬
ing i ng July 1 UK have been paid off and andtheir antithlr andheir
their t Issue ue is now no longer resorted to toJC2JOOMC toJIitMC totflfl
JC2JOOMC tflfl of internal goldinterestbearing goldinterestbearingbonds goktlnterestb arlnJ arlnJbonds
bonds have been paid off or exchanged exchangedinto exchangedInto exchangednto
into i nto currency obligations obllgatio and finally finallyImportant ltuIiymportant ally allyImportant
Important i reductions have been made In Incurrent IncurreDt incurrent
current administrative expenditures expendituresOn
On the other hand the net gold debt debthas debtI debthas
I has been increased Incn etI by over J51OO 5609686 and andthe andthe andthe
the fixed charges payable in gold for in interest Intrest ¬
terest and railroad guaranties have risen risenfront risenfrom risenfront
front J31i86M 3866686 to t23574iW 2367505 3 67600 importations importationshave ImportationsJ8ve
have J8ve fallen off 0 < heavily internal taxes taxeshave taxeshave taxeshave
have been n increased lnerea ed the rise of the ster sterling sterling starliner ¬
ling value of the t milrete has lowered the thecurrency thecurrency thecurrency
currency price of exports and the con eontraction contractl6n contraction
traction of the circulation has apparently apparentlyhad apparentlyhAd apparentlyhad
had an influence In limiting commercial commercialoperations commeretalop4ratlons commercialoperations
operations This period of stringency is isalready HIalready isalready
already beginning to moderate and the theprocess theprOCe88 theprocess
process of the adjustment of prices and andcredits andcrediUl andcredits
credits to sounder currency values is isproceeding isproceedl isproceeding
proceeding proceedl g normally normallyAltogether BOrmaUyAItOjltetMr normallyAltogether
Altogether the Brazilian raztun Government Governmenthas Govenn Governmenthas eDt eDth
has h remitted to London J4 4K4X2 since sinceJuly 8IneeJuly sinceJuly
July 1 1S88 1 of this sum JltIWOOIt 1WXM has hasbeen liasbeen harthen
been spent In paying payt g off the linT leAn leAncS1At
687516 for Interest on the rustling loan loanbonds Io8n00nda loanbonds
bonds 00nda and Jl4IGOCIIJ 1 l566uei OW for pastdue otoltga otoltgations obligations oieftgathins
tions payments IMty ents on warships current ex expenses expen cxpenses ¬
penses e and commissloAes on the issuing issuingof Ing Ingot
of loans 1oa In addition J1WtQO 7WM0 has been beenadvanced beenadvanced beenadvanced
advanced to the Bank of the Republic Republic1ke itepuhflcThe RepublicThe
The average of gold accumulations has hastherefore hastherttore harttherefore
therefore been JHt KIOU oo a month It hi of officially ochclaU ofhciatl ¬
ficially hclaU estimated that for the ensuing ensuingmonths eJURlingmoat
months moat the > gold remittances wilt ill be
J 3 5ti M < a month This will absorb ab orb the
import taxes payable in gold Interest Interestand IDtereetand Interestanti
and railroad guaranties h cantie amount to tomoBthly X335 t
600 Oh monthly but this difference dJff > reJKe to insig ¬
nificant in view lew of the large balance al already already already ¬
ready accumulated accumulatedIt
It is therefore th n fon > dear that a continuation continuationof
of the policy of the present administra dmlnl trR ¬
Hon Hill m result in Brazils meeting
promptly her foreign obligations
For interest t on the internal debt the thecontinuation thetontinuati6n thecontinuation
continuation of the withdrawal of paper papermoney p papermoney per permoney
money and th < administrative expendi ¬
ture torts she must look to her paper revenue
The Government estimates imatS for these MIr purposes perposes ¬
poses 8 are well II within the expected ex ted rev revenue revenue revenue ¬
enue and Mow how very very large reduction from fromCAN
tM ex expenses nM8 0 past t years yearsCAN ears earsCAN
I The Attorney Horne General DecIsion 1 1Invor 1n 1nIaor InPaor
Invor of Resident Chinese ChineseThe ChhlceThe ChIneseThe
The Attorney General has rendered an anopinion anopinIOn anopinion
opinion opinIOn to the Secretary of the Treasury
la regard to the right of Chinamen who whoare wholegal ho hoare
are legal residents of this country to toleave toJeav toleave
leave Jeav the United States and settle in the theTerritory theTenItory theTerritory
Territory of Hawaii In the communica communicain com communlcajje unka unkaUII
UII from the Secretary oC the Treasury
in regard to the matter it wa was stated that thatIt thatIt thatit
It was understood that a number of Chi Chine Chin Cliiresidents ¬
ne n residents re of the United States were wereabout wer wereaboet e
about boat to 10 x > to 0 the Hawaiian llswsli u Isteads IsteadsSecretary 1MIaRdsSeoeretary IsiasthrSecretary
Secretary Gage asked whetner or not notwall
there was a 1ft hew to prevent the entrance entranceof
0 the Chln Chinese Into the Territory of Ha
walt The Celestials Cf > IHtiais were said to be legal legalresidents legalresidents
residents of this thl country holding certifi certificate certltleat certldeaten ¬
eat eaten cate of registration The Attorney Gen General Gntral Geaoral ¬
oral in making his decision deei lon replied that
there U re was no 11 > law to restrain these t China Chlnan
men n from entering Hawaii HaallAN IlanaiLAN HawaiiAN
Resolution In Reference to the tbeInke theInke theInke
Inke Ilnyer IJroiviilinc IJroiviilincHAGERSTOWX DrnnhlJHAGERSTOWX 15rovnlngIIAGERSTOWN
HAGERSTOWX Md Aug 2CA 51An An in tadignation indicnation Indlgnation
dignation meeting Jne tlng was held In Smithburg Smithbcr SmithbcrSaturday
Saturday night in the interest Inte of George GeorgeFranklin GeorgeFranklin
Franklin Rimhart charged by a jury of ofinquest 0Inqt 411 411Inquest
inquest with being responsible for the thedrowning thedrownlnK i idrowning
drowning of Miss XI Xary Finafroek of ofYork ofYork is r rYork
York York Pa in Lake Royer Sunday Au August August ¬
gust 1 18 18 by rocking the boat The meet meeting 1IMetI meetlag ¬
lag I K was s presided over by Preston E Vo Vogel V Vagel 0 0K
gel K I assistant burgess of the town The Thehall Thehall t thall
hall was allied with 1th a representative au audience audience audience ¬
dience dienceResolutions dienceReeoluttl dienceResolutions
Resolutions were adopted that certain certainnewspapers certainnewaprapen I Inewspapers
newspapers have been D unjust and unfair
in their t lr statements stat lIt nls of the case that it itwas ItWJUi II IIwas
was wrong < for all concerned co rned to be boat
InK on the Sabbath and breaking the holy hot hotllay hoitiny
day that the community knows 34r Itine
hart so well Yot > 11 It cannot entertain any idea ideaof IdeaoC I Iof
of his criminality rimlnallt In connection con tlon with the thecapsizing thecapslzlnK thecapsizing
capsizing of the boat that on general generalprinciples genera generaprinciples < tnentl
principles it seems that John Burkeheim Burkeheimer
er who ho was w in the boat at the time it itwas itwa II t twas
was wa upset with Miss Finafroek and Mrs n
Louis Worker ktr was equally responsible responsibletection responsibler responsiblewith
r with Mr r tR Rhinehart IIO for the care and nd ndLake pro
Jor i
tection of the ladles The Buena Vista i isti L
Lake Company is condemned cdtm for alleged allege I
bad management in providing such frail frai
boats so easily upset and for not provid ¬
big means for the rescue of people whose ho
lives are endangered by the capsIzing er a f
the boats boat The untimely unt y death of Miss t sroecI
Finafroek roecI is IllUi regretted Ui and a the sympathy aympathf y ytlnehart
f rf the community Ill is extended to Mr MrAN
tlnehart RinehartAN tlnehartAN
The Strike Starts itllrt n New Xc Knteriirlne Knteriirlnelit
COLUMBUS Ohio Aug 3SA compa company COlRptIn compayy ¬
ny n of o Cleveland Columbus and West WestVirginia VesI VesIVirginia est estVIrJinia
Virginia capitalists ts has been organized organizedIn
In this city to build a large independent independentIron IntlependeJltiron L Liron
Iron and plate mill in the vicinity of ofClarksbwrg ofCJnk is r rCherkirbung
Clarksbwrg CJnk > burg W VH VHThe YaTht VaThe
The company Is incorporated under the thelaws theJaws the a alaws
laws of West e Virginia IrKlnla with 1th a capital capitalstock ca ltaI ltaIMock I Istock
stock of 366606 1500010 which will be material materially ¬
ly increased Incrf > Ated as a the work ork of constructing constructingthe conatructhwithe
the piajit I t proceeds proe ls Contracts ontraet for or S54 S54I 254 4
666 worth of machinery have been award awarded awarded swan swanad ¬
ed and work 6rk on the construction of the theseveral UUteveral the 1 1several
several buildings will 11I begin tomorrow tomorrowThe tomorrowTa tomorrowThe
The plant will 1 be known as the Jack Jackson Jackson Jackson
son Iron Ir und Tin Plate Mills 11I It will 111 con contain contain contam ¬
tain tam fourteen tourt n mills anti will 11I manufacture manufacturesheet JRAJlufactureMet manufacturesheet
sheet Met Iron and tin plate > Five hundred hundredmen hundrttlmt hundredmen
men mt > n will be employed Seven hundred hundredtons hundredtOIl8 hundretons
tons of finished Jlnl htd product tO4IU4t is I to be turned turnedout tunffiout turnedevery
out every very twentyfour hours The organ organIra orKdwatlon organIvallon
Ira watlon t ion of the company is due to the steel steelstrike Oteelstrike nicestrike
strike and It expects vigorous opposition oppositionfrom otJPOetUontrom 1 1from
from the trust trustTWO trultTWO trustTWO
Identified 11011 I lIeu Knelt I n h Other Otht I t icr r It by > y 31 Mcaiii en us of ofStrawberry ofStrnhclr o f fStrnwberry
Strawberry Strnhclr Marks MarksRENNINcIroN Mark MarkBENNIXGTON tnrkDENNI
BENNIXGTON DENNI GrON Vt Aug 38 1A A straw strawberry i trawberry strawberry ¬
berry mark reunited reuolt f two sisters in At Atlantic AlIanUe Atlantlc ¬
lantic City Saturday They had not wet Mettor me wetfor t tthirty
for thirty years and supposed each other otherdead tkerMad r rdead
dead deadMrs deadhire
Mrs 1Ii Frank Howard live lives in SaHsbwrv SaHsbwrvVt SaJte SaisberyVt ury uryt
Vt t anti her twin sister Mrs 18 Frank Ma Mayo Mayo Mitin ¬
yo in Boston After they were ere married marriedand RNtrrJet1alttl marrleeand
and moved from their girlhood rlhood home each eachheard creelheard I IiWar
heard iWar that the other had passed away A Af Atw i ifew
f tw < w days ago 0 both went > nt to visit vb it the as assistant 1111tant asslatant ¬
sistant tant z KNtRIaJI1tr > ostmas > er Mr Moore Jtf of At Atlantic ¬
lantic City who ta a relative rtlati At dinner
Mrs Howard noticed 1IOtk a mark rk on Mrs
Mayos Mayo arm and remarked Jt markftl that both she sheand sheand sb sband
and a dead sister I tr had a similar mark It Itwas Itwall I t
was soon ascertained that the two were w wet re a
Joiuc long separated parat l sisters Mt telS anti a Joyful roes ¬
ion Jo was a the result resultThe resultltuIkIIIc resultltIk5i1Ie I
ltuIkIIIc Inlr iPiiI r t11 Jens II leu rriw rriwr
The r saly 1 ly iart r curry 1Ui 511 it ii M a c 4 J Jt z j I 0
the t want stats Kale Ie ot the tw Ktxlmlr Kubi k lair frau Monads Monadsaad a C
t tb 01 the W 1Mf eisa sad Mociviilr Jt kvil Railway Salle I
CsupasyAsepIe CwMfKxijr Ample facilities Qsick QMckDetter ease Sve Sveadvert St C CBetter
advert annmt annmtIletter
Better for C the Hlood Than hnn SnrNiijm SnrNiijmrlllu Snrnllnrlilat Snrsnincilia
rlllu rllluFor rlilatfIr ciliaFor
For fIr those liYiRtt liri IB I the Malaria districts d Grovel Grove S
TarteJo Tadel Chill Tunic
A Bride the Klr J First lrMt t AVonmn omnn to aiaUc aiaUctbe Iake Iakethe
the Ascent AMcentGLACIBR A1Ie AscentGLACHIR nt ntGLACIER
GLACIER B C Aug X xTIIe The Matter Matterhorn Xatt Matterions r rhoIR
horn l ions of the Selkirk Monet CMIDt Sfr fir r D naN naNhas a M MOnly
has h as at last HEn ascended by a WD WDOnly womflOnly
Only about a doses men have succeeded succeededin udtd udtdin
in i n getting to the highest t point of thW thWpyramid UtL UtLpyramid thhlpyramid
pyramid of sto atone < te with its needle J eedle pot potatpiercing tplerdlllt p01stiercing
piercing p the sky kyat > at an A elevation of oCCeet M7M M7Mfeet SSeet
feet f eet although ah U8h ma RNtR masy y lAve cone from all allparts itSarts n nparts
parts p arts of the globe to attempt its ascent ascentThyre eeatT ascentTtere
Thyre T re are a higher mountains but few f w on onthis ORths Oshis
this t his continent so dttHcwH of ascent at and andyet aJMIyet ad adet
yet y et a small 11 woman a bride not nottitan more aorethan moreitan
than t five feet two iacaes high and weigh WftshIng weighe
Ing l ag only nltyIIIx JHAda baa INuJfotl succeed succeedel
fotl e < el l where here strong rong sad experienced experiencedtatneers tX ri ritalneen moss
tatneers t have failed failedMr t tMr failedMr
Mr and Mrs 1 R It Bereft Bfl of Kent K ftt sag Eaxland EagIaDd
land l are en a bridal tear around the theworld theorld
world orld Mrs Serene learned that thatwoman RO ROWoman itowoman
woman had ever cHn cHIRIHtI ed t to the toy toyof opor to toof
of Sir Donald She had never ver done doneany tIoftean dearny
any an a ny mountain climbing except she heet heetaseeKdt4 had hadascended hadscended
ascended a Mount Stephen but osly t ly to the thefossil t theossil e ef
fossil f 1 beds betI which hich Is an easy 51 ascent ascentNeither ascentNeither t t1either
Neither had she suitable clothing clothingShe CIOUHR CIOUHRShe clothingShe
She donned her husbands breeches cut cutso cutso
so as to come a little above the knees kneesbut kReaieut kiteesbeat
but womanlike stuck to her shirt lrt waist watecThis waistThis t tThis
This shining mark enabled the interested interestedspectators iRtere interestedsectatOra t tspectators
spectators to watch through the tons tonstelescope Io longtelescope g gteleweope
telescope her progress over senses aeraat cre crevasses crevaHel arevassee ¬
vasses and the most difficult kind of ofrock oCrock ofrock
rock work workAccompanied workAccompanied workAccompanied
Accompanied by her husband ansi two twoexperienced twoexperieJMld twoexperienced
experienced Swiss guides stationed here herethe here heretM herehe
the t he party part left at 316 in the morning rwt g and andafter andafter and andafter
after spending a little more than an hour houron hov1on houron
on the extreme summit returned here at
5 JO amid 4l the cheers of the spectators spectatorsMrs opectatorsIrs spectatorsMrs
Mrs Irs Berens was as apparently a parently none the theworse thewor he heworse
worse wor e for the trip and nd appeared at din dinner dinner dinnor ¬
ner a as usual l u I She was so modest con concerning concerning concernlng ¬
cerning her achievement that she was waswith Aall1th waswith
with 1th great difficulty Induced to speak > of ofit ofIt ofit
it It She thinks there are at least 360 360peaks 30Mpeak ZtttOpeaks
peaks peak and as many glaciers visible from fromthe frolRthe fromthe
the top of Sir Donald She had any sum number 1tU1ftber sumher ¬
ber of narrow escapes Once the snow snowcornice nowcornke snowcornice
cornice upon which she 8h was walking lklng gave gaveway gaveway gaveway
way and precipitated pr lpttatd her luckily upon upona uposa
a huge bank of snow many feet belowShe below belowShe b IowShe
She climbed perpendicular pvr ndieutar walls satu saturated saturated saterated ¬
rated with the waters from the melting meltingsnows Bleltlngsnows meltingsnows
snows and fell into a crevice at one time timefrom tlnte timefrom
from which the guides to whom she erolJeCl was wasroped wartrojied
roped rescued re cu < d her herAt hert herAt
At t another time she slipped upon the thepice theicfo theIce
Ice and was as held dangling over a prod prodpica
pice and had the guides gukl not held heldwould leer IterWould leerwould
would have fallen several thousand t nd feet feetto feetto feetto
to the rocks below bolJwShe belowShe
1 She says say she had simply determined e terseined to togo togo togo
go to the top and she did but she does doesnot doesnot doesnot
not advise any other bride to spend her
honeymoon that way nor any other otherman wo woman we weman ¬
man to make the trip tripMR trtpMR tripMR
The IloMtonlan to Build n Miniature MiniatureVenice MiniatureVenice Unlntur Unlnturen1ee
Venice en1ee In Maine MaineBOSTON MaineBOSTON nne nneBOSTOX
BOSTON Aug 3t KThotIta Thomas W LaW Lawsoityachtsman Lawseayachtsueaa tMl tMlyachtsntaR
yachtsman copper king < multimillion multimillionaire sudttasiUioalec 1tf1ltiU1oIt 1tf1ltiU1oItalre ¬
alec horse breeder dog fancier and gas gasagitator gasagitator gasagitator
agitator fe e going to build a miniature miniatureVenice r miniatureVenice lDlatureVenke
Venice on the rugged rugg coast of Maine MaltteHe MaineHe MaineHe
He has bought two island nd off o Ston Stonington StonIngton Sloeington
ington on Deer Isle IItIe and has aa option optionon optionon optionon
on twelve others which he will HI pay for forwhen ferwhen forwhen
when the titles tltI are proved to his satis ¬
faction These islands are ar situated in Isle Isleau Isleau islean
au Haut Bay and are about fifteen miles
from the mainland His plans contem contemplate contemplate ¬
plate the building of the most remarks ¬
ble summer resort in the United States
The islands are all dose together and andmany antlmany andmany
many of them can be connected by
bridges On Saddleback th the largest t of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the group about forty acres ia extent extentMr eneat extentMr
Mr Lawson will erect a magnificent pal palace palace palace ¬
ace for himself hlm elt The whole hoIe matter will willbe wtllbe willbe
be placed in the hands of a landscape landscapeartist IaDd8capeartIst landscapeartist
artist who will furnish h plans which will willtransform wtlitraD8fonn willtransform
transform the islands into a Venice In InAmerica InAJIWrlca inAmerica
America AmericaThe AJIWrlcaThe AmericaThe
The smaller Islands will be cleared clear of ofeverything oCev ofeverything
everything ev rythlng unsightly awl those things thingswhich thingswhich
which hkh show the t rugged beauty of the thegroup tlteglOUfJ thegroup
group will be left tratouehed touehecl O 0 some someof someof I Ior
of the larger islands there th hcr r will be con conservatories COII1Yatortes conaervatonies ¬
servatories a anti d vinecovered vestibules velKlbu
Miniature parks psrcs will be b ailed with lth deer cterr
bears grey squirrel partridge and er erery cvcry
r en C 1g 1ga
cry game animal that t lives in Maine a The Thewhole f fwhole Tieswhole
whole cost of the project will be about aboutTO aboutS1 aboutTO
The Colnml CoInmhnt Columbus n IrcusPoxt Affair to tolie toIIe I Ilie
INDIANAPOLIS I I APOLIS Ind Aug AugInternational H 3lss JTh JThInternational I IInternational
International Typographical Typographicalenter 1J LViiOM wm wmeater
eater upon an Investigation lave d tilt ofin C coadyfyan coadyfyanin eoIMI I
in the PreasPost office oce at Columbus ColumbusOhio Col ColOhio I
Ohio as soon as President Lynch reaches reachesthis readiestlthl reachesthis I
this city which will be on Thursday or orFriday rFriday orFriday
Friday Secretary BcaM Bcaxnwood ood said pester yesterday 7erday pesterday ¬
day the international officers had received receivedreports receivedreporta L Lreports
reports from Columbus and intisaatedthat Intlmat1dthat Intimated Intimatedthat
that the peculiar conditions in the Presa PresaPost p pPo PresaPost
Post t controversy were ere being < investi investigated InvUKt investigattd ¬
gated Kt but no action has yet been taken takenWe takeDWe takenWe
We do not understand ulHkr tand Mr Jones said sahithe saidthe W Wthe
the secretary Jle retao The contract with itk the theunion theuaiOft theunion
union was made at his suggestion but buthe buthe hathe
he has ha persistently violated It ever ver since sinceentering sinceentering Dee Deentl1ng
entering into it It He 1 boasted that titatthe his Id was waathe I Ithe
the only paper in Ohio that was Union untoafrom Unionfrom alon alontrom
from cellar to garret and it was chiefly chleHyon chieflyon
on this that he built up his paper O Oar OarulMkr Guiunderstanding r runderstandlnfr
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