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;0. MARCH 31. 1899.
Soldier Dead* r
it New Xork of the trans- (
ixlnjf the bodies of nearly (
a American soldiers, who j
r lives in the campaign <
mrrender of Santiago last ,
l scene the lUce of which ,
i witnessed before in this ,
of these dead heroes have ,
ome to be placed in their ;
laces In the land of their ,
t- , . Dirts, mud under whose nag they rell on j
r foreign solL Many of them will be de?
Uveted to the waiting: relatives?the
parents, the sisters and brothers, the
widows, who saw them alive tor the last
7 time when they left home nearly a year
Sp? ago aa volunteers to give tbttr services
to the cause of human liberty. The remams
of others, who perhaps had so
. homes to return to. will be cared for by
the government In the "great national
cemetery at Arlington, within sight of
the capital of the Nation, where already
rest, what Is earthly of thousands of
r. American soiaiers ol a past ^cncrauvii I
C- : - who fought for another cause.
"What a significance this fact will present.
Those who already rest under the
I' monuments in Arlington lost their lives
'" when the country was divided, and to
J? . preserve the national unity. Those who
are now to rest there beside them lost
S??ji their lives In the service of the reunited
nation, and for a cause which more
- thoroughly cemented the ties of frater^
sity. completely wiped ont the last vestige
of sectionalism, and in which the
veterans of both sides of the former
'war and their sons and grandsons
fought side by. side for a common cause
. . . and under one flag.
To those who have been waiting so
: j many months for the arrival of their
dead from the scene of suffering and
death, the sympathies of the whole
country will go out at this hour when
their grief is renewed. Other brave
American boys have fallen on foreign
:._ sod since those whose bodies have been
\ brought from Santiago. In due time
what is mortal of them will be brought
home in this same manner. It ia right
that this should be done. It Is to the
credit of this government that Its
patriotic dead and the feelings of their
surviving loved ones are- thus remembered
and their sacrifices appreciated.
. Ancient and Modern History. <
The Register Is respectfully informed i
that the Intelligencer sever said that its <
L. " quotations from official documents con* '
! . ; talning dispatches from our naval and <
. military officers, sent eight and ten 1
months ago, showing the assistance :
and the friendliness of the Philippine <
insurgents to this country, were not
true. This paper distinctly referred to
' . them as official and reliable reports. 4
The sole and only purpose.of the Intelligencer's
comment on the Register's 1
publication of these dispatches, was to 1
show that our neighbor went back to a
time when Aguinaldo and his people 1
were working in accord with the Americans
in the war against Spain, when all ;
Americans thought well of him, but
totally ignored the fact that the condl- .
tlons have completely changed since
that time, and the attitude of Aguinaldo ]
Is the reverse of what it was when the '(
reports of last summer quoted by the
Aguinaldo'* Wheeling organ were sent.
The Intelligencer eimoiy declared tnat
the official reports of Agulnaldo's policy
since then up to the present time have
been entirely different from what they
were before the Filipino leader violated
his pledges to our military and naval
officers and has been resisting an authority
which, by treaty and under International
lawn, belongs to this coontry.
Neither the Intelligencer or any
other American paper has reason to
say a word against the misled followers
of this leader. They are brave men,
and may have the making of good eldsens
In them, when they are released
from the state of anarchy into which :
their leader has led them by his course
during the past two or three months.
Treed from this influence, the United
States will have no trouble In carrying
out whatever wise policy it adopts to?
Dewey and our military commanders
were right last May and last July and
last August, the period referred to by
the Register. They are right now In
suppressing an uprising for which one
Individual Is responsible. They are
right in trying to restore law and order.
The Filipino natives may be as good as
ever, but the Agulnaldo of to-day Is not
the Agulnaldo of last spring and summer.
when he was playing the hypocrlt.
Dewey and Otis, however, are not sending
messages praising the man they are
pursuing. The trouble with the Register
Is. that It Is nearly a year behind
w1th its history. A great deal has de
m - - " ^
u&bave the protection of this country,
ind then the Begbttrliniy read what
Dewey and Otis, wm have to say in
tebllc Document a. . -.
.It Is gratifying to note'that the minis
legislature and governor have
wakened to the disgraceful condition
)f th? monument which m&rka tht
?f J Inowln Tb# hn tOT
rears b?en In a state of decay, and the
Hate .has received much criticism for
^emitting it to arrive at a state that
sglneen say it la absolutely dangerous
0 the lives of those who visit the grave,
fhe governor has recognised the necesilty
for the monument to berebuilt. and
1 majority of the legislative committee
nosMerlng the matter favored his sag*
pestion. while the minority wants to
Kjnstruct a half million dollar Bona
nent to at placea in tie center, or tne
dty of Springfield.
The latter proposition to very good. II
lie state desires to spend that amount
if money to beautify the 'capital city,
nit it does not answer the main par>o?e.
which is to decently marlc the
KStlng place of this great man of deslny.
Illinois is able to build both of
hese memorials, bat If only one monunent
Is to be erected let it be at the
:omb. That is the proper place for it.
ind if the state does not appreciate this
lact. it to within the power of the Concress
of this great reunited country to
lake the matter In hand. There is no
ioubt that an appropriation would pass
tor that purpose without a dissenting
The Main Point.
The comments of the London Spesker,
looted in our foreign reports this mo/king:
relative to the situation in the Philippines,
are directly to the point. The
Speaker takes the, position that our
javy and army officers, as well as the
idministration, have taken, namely,
iat the Filipinos have been In the
mnt on the ground that their fight for
ihelr rights does not hold good as to
Uanfla. which, in view of .the internalonal
Interests involved, could not be
eft to the mercy of the revolutionists. The
United States is responsible for
eood government and until Agulnaldo
s suppressed it cannot be obtained.
Whatever government Is to be given the
Philippines, the present duty is to
naintaln commerce and' brine about
>eace. The trouble with Agulnaldo is
hat he has threatened' these Interests:
>therwlse he might' have fared better,
rhe whole fault of the situation lies with
ha allaMul tMllnlwA 'Wsnimtnt"
rhlch waled 1U own fate when It begin
iostllitl?.* No civilized country on
arth recognizes It as a government.
The mere matter of the succession to
iie throne of Samoa has given rise to a
serious situation which may result In
in International complication, with
3reat Britain and the United States on
>ne side and Gepnany on the other.
iVblle there Is little doubt that the mater
is.capable of being settled by diplonacy,
the condition is not a pleasant
?ne.| The whole affair devolves upon
vhlch side will concede In the matter of
i>e selection of a ruler, the Americans
ind English favoring a descendant of
:he dead king and the other side favornc
Mataafa. Great Britain and Amer
ca will undoubtedly win In the controrersy,
but the result may be a strain of
he friendly relations between Germany
ind the two other powers which went
into an amicable agreement regarding
he joint protectorate of the Samoan isands.
Another terrible disaster in the explosion
of the river steamer Rowena
Lee, near Tyler, Mo., in which several
m board were lost, adds a calamity/to
the list which has grown rapidly in the
past few weeks. In this case both crew
ind passengers went down. The
ihances for escape in an explosion of
this character are very slim. The unfortunate
victims, without a warning,
tre overtaken, with a double danger of
leath by violence or by drowning,
rhere is a peculiar horror about such a
Usaster that is not so likely to surround
the case of a sinking vessel. It is so
sudden, and escape Is cut off before the
rictlms can realize what has occurred.
It took a profound decision by the Indiana
supreme court to determine that
trhen a man marries a woman that Is
Indebted to him the marriage cancels
the debt. It would be curious to know
hat sort of a man It was who would
make a test case In such a matter.
Those who are nervous from the probabilities
of a high stage of waters-one
that will reach the danger point?are
unnecessarily disturbed. The waters
above us are falling, and while more
rains must come the present conditions
lo not warrant alarm.
REFLECTIONS OF A BACHELOR.
Man loves for sin: woman sins for
The most intellectual woman gets
down to the level of a fool easier than
she stays up where she ooght to.
If men understood how women ranked
them to importance with powder
puffs and curling tongs, more of them
would go off and try to make dogs love
When a woman feels homesick she
believes nothing else could make heT so
sad. but she gets a lot sadder when she
can't nod any excuse for reeling nonieslck.
The reason a woman boy* h?r Easter
bonnet no far ahead of Easter Sunday
Is co that she can be tempted lo wear 1!
before then and observe Lent by not
yielding to the temptation until she
wants to.?Xew Torlc Press.
Brutality of the Law.
Philadelphia North American :> "It's
an unjust proceeding." said Flnnegan.
"They accuse me of selling liquor
wnaoui a owo?c. ?uu ???cu * "wv ???
one they won't give it to me."
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nineteenth century; discovered after
years of scientific research by the eml- ;
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Kilmer, and has truly wonderful powers i
in cartng kidney, liver. Madder and uric
Kidney trouble Is responsible for
ptftpi-'afc'lrtwM' ?nA ?n<M?n
any other disease, and is so deceptive
that thousands have It without know- ]
- Thousands owe their health and even <
life to Swamp-Boot and thousands
more who to-day think themselves be- <
yond help, can be made well by the use
of this great remedy.
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upon thousands of testimonial 1
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: APRIL MAGAZINES. !
A striking feature of the April Critic
Is a fac simile of the first stanza of the 1
"Recessional" In Mr. Kipling's auto- j
graph. Mr. "William Nicholson's famous <
portrait of ilr. Kipling accompanies It- <
This number contains a rare assortment 3
of Interesting articles and illustrations, j
The frontispiece portrait of Mr. Henry ]
James is alone worth the price of the i
magazine. It is a reproduction from 1
Mrs. Anna Lea Merritt's fine painting,
and has never before, to our knowledge
been published. ,
The special articles in Harper's Basar f
for thi* week are of the character which ;
have made this periodical for women so
popular. We would mention especially j
an article by Pauline King, entitled <
"Some Notable Water-Colorlsts." The 2
article is fullj illustrated with reproductions
of famous water-colors. As a <
supplement to tnis. Frances Bacon
Paine contributes "Padlltles in New
York for Studying- Water-Color Painting."
Another article of special Interest
Is "Roses for the Garden." which
gives a full account of Che best way to
cultivate this flower.
In the recent record breaking runs
made by the fast mail trains over the
lines of the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy
and the Chicago Northwestern
railroads. Cleveland Moffet. as special
representative and correspondent of
McClure's Magazine, made the trip from
"start to finish." Pull details of the
round trip, 'from Chicago to Omaha,
which Is the most recent and at the'
same time, in many respects and for
many reasons the most Interesting and
exciting "race against time" ever made
in this country; are vividly described as
they actually presented themselves to
the writer, who rode In the cab by the
aid* of the engineer, whose hand on the
throttle controlled the engine on this .
most remarkable "record breaking:'* *
run. This article, which will appear in
McClure's Magazine for April, will be 1
replete with Illustrations and pen pic- i
Anthony Hope's new romance, which i
he has just -finished. Is called "The ^
Countess'Emilia." and has been purchased
by The Ladies' Home Journal. ,
In which periodical It will Immediately '
begin. The story is about a beautiful *
countess: She has quarreled with her *
husband, arid they have decided to live '
in seclusion in separate wings of the 1
castle. This they do until Captain ]
Dieppe, who becomes a member of the
household, inadvertently opens a door,
through which are revealed to him the
apartments of the exiled countess, with
the beautiful occupant standing in a
doorway. The captain falls in love with '
the young worn%n. and from this point J
there is not a moment's cessation in the \
romantic adventures which ensue In the <
castle. Its gardens and neighboring
places of rendezvous. \
Mn1nt> WmImt M?rrltt mn.
tributes the leading article, entitled :
"Our Flag in the Philippines," to the i
current April number of Frank Leslie's
Popular Monthly. No magazine contribution
could possess greater author!- ,
ty. timely Interest and value than this
full and graphic narrative of the Philip
pine campaign, by the distinguished
army commander who. in conjunction '
with Admiral Dewey, took the city of
Manila on August 13th of last year.
General Merrltt*s comments on the
present operations in the Philippines, i
and upon the outlook for the establishment
of our military control there, are
decidedly optimistic and make flrstclans
reading, which Is enhanced by
elaborate pictorial illustration.
Professor John Flske, whose treatises
on the Destiny of Man and the Idea of
God have attracted so much attention. ,
opens the April Atlantic with a profound
and impressive paper In the same ,
line of thought. The topic of his powerful
article is The Mystery of Evil, the .
question which in all recorded time has
been the burden of the minds of men. Professor
Flske In his paper institutes
mi inquiry inio inuj enKrowin* supjecx. .
making use of all the historic, philosophic.
and religious literature on the sub- Ject.
and endeavors to show what the
place of Evil is in the economy of the
universe, reaching the conclusion that
unless we had come to know good and
.evil, we should never have bccome fashioned
in God's image.
Scribner's Magazine for April is an 3
Easter number with a special colored .
cover, designed by Maxfleld Parrish. It :
contains a poem for Good Friday, by j
Mrs. Dorr, with decorations by Henry ,
McCarter: "Easter In Town." a poem ?
with a picture by "W. Clack ens, and a
story with a great deal of religious feeling
In It by Henry van Dyke, entitled i
"A Lover of Music." This Is one of several
stories of life In the woods, which
every reader of "Little Rivers" knows i
that Dr. van Dyke is well fitted to write i
by reason of his long and ardent com- '
panlonshlp with nature. The illustra- '
tlons by Walter Appleton Clark confirm
that young artist's position as one of *
the leading American illustrators.
A feature of the April issue of Harper's
Magazine which is deserving of
special notice is the work of the artists
who have illustrated'tbf current Instalment
of "The Spanish-American War." 1
by Henry Cabot Lodge. Rufus Fairchild
Zogbaum contributes two fullpace
drawings which are fully up to
the standard which has won for him an
international reputation as a war artist.
"Cutting the Cables under Fire at ,
Clenfuegos," is cspeciollyto be praised,
as it gives a most lifelike presentation
of one of the bravest deeds of the whole
war. The other illustration by Mr. Zogbaum
shows "The Landing of the Gussle
Expedition." Other artists who have
added beauty and value to Senator
j'/?jtH._ ? 1'
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Having a large number of
Square PianoEs, which we received
in exchange for Uprights,
we will offer theja^or
the next ten days at' such
prices that if you can use one
af them it will pay you to
all and see them.
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joist's history are Carlton T. Chapnan.
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The Spring (April) number of the Pan
Ian Vsgsslne haa for It* frontispiece
a exquisite photogravure after Orhardson's
famous picture. "The Fannr*s
Daughter." A strong poem by W.
1 Scully, of Cape Colony, entitled
"Prayer of the Cattle Smitten With
Underpest." heads a most attractive
able of contents, of which the following
re some of the leading features: A secmd
Instilment of Mr. C. Dana Gibson's 1
"Sketches in Egypt," with Illustrations ,
n the author's happiest vein; a very In- <
erestlng and finely illustrated paper by
Srnest M- Jessop, describing "The
iueen's Furniture at Windsor:" a critl- '
al appreciation, with reproductions of
nany of his portraits, of the vrorlc of the
feoous portrait painter. Frxnz Lentach,
by Joseph Aadenon; the VI th
lart of Mr. Clark RnsseU's delightful
eries on the Evolution of Naval Archiecture.
Vera Goodheart?Mrs. von Tank is a
?i rut SVkUU U^US IOU fa OUV ? ??
Wen. rather! Regular Four Hundred
Jfltrtster?W> seed a night-watchman
or the church. If I gave you the Job.
lo you think you could keep awake?
lias?Do you preach ac night??Judge.
Frank?D'you know, I heard the other
lay that the block* from which the*irint
Zi notes take nearly three months
0 engrave. Ella?Oh. really! I suppose
lhat's wby they're so expensive.?TitMts.
First Quarrel.?"I understand they
>11 out the nest day after they were
narried." "Yes; the newspapers gave
1 column to their wedding, and they
llsputed aa to whether K was because
>f the prominence of his family or of
At Breaklast.?Mr. Slicer?I was
reading the other day that there are
right hundred ways of cooldn> potaota.
Sirs. Slicer?Tes? Sir. Slicer?
[Veil, my dear, don't FOU think that if
rou tried bard you could learn oae of
Honeymoon Idiocy.?"Dearest," said
&e statuesque bride to her new dear
tittl* husband, "that Smith girl was
ratetol enough to ask if I got you with
l pound of tea." "What did you tell
aer?" "I told her yes, and that yoo
were the sweetening."?Iodiaaapolls
Sothern. the comedian, was extremely
sensitive to interruption: of
my sort. Seeing a man In the act of
leaving his box during the delivery of
)ne of the actors best speeches, he
ihonted out: "Hi. you. sir; do you
taow there is another act?" "'Oli, yes
-that's why r? going!"?TK-Bits.
A Mournrul Contrast.?There is no
Joubt about it," remarked Willie
WlsMngton. with a sigh, "some girls
ire very fickle." "Yes," answered Miss
Cayenne; "It is positively depressing
to see how some of them have stopped
kissing heroes and cone calmly bade to
pus UUgs. aoauifcwu eiu.
Tlt-Blts: A widower married a second
time, and-his choice was a wealthy lady
ibout flftfr years cf age. When the
5ride and bride-groom returned home
from the wedding, the husband. Introiucing
the wife to his children, said:
"My dear children, kiss this ladir. She
is the new momma I promised to bring
rou." After taking a steady look at the
new mamma." little Charlie said: MPa,
irou have been cheated; she Isn't new
An Old Easter Bonnec. [
wish the Easter days were now like
those that once 1 knew.
When Jenny wore the bonnet plain, with
ribbon-bows of blue:
WTher- w*ik?l to Sunday meetin* o'er
the meadows green and sweet.
Where .u.t* waved m welcome, with vlo
lets at our feet.
It ain't the fancy fixln*s I mind so much
For birds and fluffy feathers all the line
For I know that farhlon changes?that
it rule* the world complete:
But the old-time Easter bonnet was so
simple and so sweet!
Its ribbons matched the color of the blue
. sky overhead.
KA* the lips that smiled beneath It seemed
to mean me wona uiey ?ia.
The Hps that smiled so sweetly?never
knowin' any art?
An' the eye* whose sunny glances mads
a lfirht around your heart!
rve nothln* 'f&inrt the fa*hion??they've
cot to have their day;
But 1 love .the simple bonnets of (be far
an* far away:
An' thlnkin* how she looked In 'em?there.
In the Ions aso.
[ sigh, an' praise the Lord from whom all
blesstn's used to flow!
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1 _ ???> _ _
rants, Toups, Hyacinths,
Jonquil*, efc, to-day at
1327 Market St.
SPECIAL FOR EASTER.
Fresh Strawberries. Cdery.
Fresh Cucombcrs. Radishes.
Fresh Tomatoes. Rhubarb
Fresh Efcr Plants. Spinach.
?ew maum i raruey.
Freeh Asparagus. 8weet Potatoea.
Water Kress. New Ber. Onion.
Lettuce. Oyster Plauti i
Leave Tour Order Early and Get the Bat.
? ALBERT STOLZE & C0?
p 1117 Market Street.
The finest in
tile city it...
. GOETZE'S DRUG STORE.
Opp. McLore House.
rr imnc high class eiaimhm
WLAWV 3 TO EUSOPE. tin."" j
For particnlxrs regarding
any tour apply to
1L F. gggg CO.'S, I
HVGEIA DAIRY. I
Bisb scientific and medical authorities J
recommend AERATED MILK for tcntttr
purity, improved flavor and increu?& 9
' We believe in and practice AERATION, ^
SIMPSON & SNEDEKER.
*Phone 9<Z. . ICO Market St I
Carpet Soap, I
Making carpets almost as good
as new. Sold only by I
, R. ft. LIST, Druggist, Mil Mail Street, j
STANDARD MALE QUARTETTE, i
Of WHEELING. W. V*. "
Open to-aing at Concerts, Receptions,
- Musicals, etc. For terms apply to
PROT. T. LLEWELYN WILLIAMS,
3 f OW Karfat SUM. I
t ^ '
X will offerat'pnbllc sale on
Friday, March 31,1899,
At 10 o'clock a. in., at No. 728 Market
street, aH*tny household and kitchen furniture,
consisting of carpets, bure&n,
bedding, ^qok case, cooking stove, etc.
W. J. Johnston.
J. C Hqrey, 735 Market St.
In Case of a Fire
your policies are equJvaJem to ]
a check on a bank. Better look them over
- and satisfy yourself that the .FORMS in
correctly drawn, and that you are IN- ,
SURED. if you need assistance call up
. ALFRED PADLL, STATE AfiQiT.
Merchants' Ins. Co.?Assets
Orient Ins. Co.?Assets XM.W
Phoenix Assurance Co.?Assets..43.096.0dl
And many others of equal standing.
1120 Market Street.
. An Easter Gift
Maybe only an EASTER CARD,
or i VOLUME OF PROSE or
POETRY. Perhaps a SET OF
l PRAYER and HYMNAL. Any
- or aU of these at
' FRANK SIMON'S
: BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER.
Wheeling. W. V?
Oar line of.?
is no* open for yoar inspection.
' ffift f. JOHNSON'S SOB,
1210 Mate Street.
t flare Direct Connection
1 with Chicago Stock Exchange
for die purchase and sale of
Natnoai Steel sni
ixnra r- Pl.t. Stftfi-c
Mntet quotations received ST
, Bewart flazfett,
Exchange Bank Building.
Rose's Lime Juice.
r West India Lime Jalce
- - - /-?c
! Vegetables to-d*v?Cocambcrs.
flenrer, Lettuce, Celery, Tomatoes, etc.
ALBERT STOLZE A CO..
1117 Market 8treet.
' TTOR RENT-OFFICE AND LODGI*?
J? rooms at llOC Market street Water a??
both leaves la each room. Rent very "*?
aonablo> Apply to UM Market "treetA
LlZtort* OF PLAIN AND FANj
A. Prtcflaf. Aa enure now Une of
Ekes of Ball Procrammea. Tickets and
vttatloss at all prices at the IntaHl*?00*
j Job Prtnttor Office.
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