OCR Interpretation

The Washington weekly post. (Washington, D.C.) 1878-1916, October 09, 1900, Image 4

Image and text provided by Library of Congress, Washington, DC

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn87062234/1900-10-09/ed-1/seq-4/

What is OCR?

Thumbnail for 4

The TheWashington Washington rf ashgton Post PostLL
c TCKKKLY n nc nrt LL ry KDXK KDXKr 1D1 EDrrum >
rt e Ti4v at n i Pct Pt eUdllr eUdllrd fltg
qd r < d t tit t IttUeSt u Wkibtnctts WkabtlD U MtwvA MtwvAP98TA9E
a WtdIS a amn
mn saUr Un Untr
hide t siiWtL PIT sz t a TJ ml mlti sti stikin
ti tk C1 C1L
L UnI eu c1ualn01 chsts viii k b d4 4 gt wcrk crk crkn
kin n aW 4 ipulii I414 Pt rttlltst ihlft DfttI m tt b tt ba tKcatJ dlwcJ to t O j pt pt4r t tp
p rSMrL < i ni nif
4r 4rt
D1UT DIT flu arct U tLt t M < snut M t if l M MIUILT O
IUILT DILY nut It 1 i 14 lrt I JnULT W WDAKT
DInT nULT a s3 4 etJVDAT fU T c jwr 7 In 1 M MaAltT I
aAltT ntT 4t tt4 t < J WAY 1tAT t li z soetts = cn n nDALY
IOVDAY iUAY ta 121 pt MT t 1 H 5 5lhaU 4
Atoll ttt tjr t tfrart 4ra r er e PctUSec POtec teea mOi = ee r ord o 3er r Wfcta nt nth
Mif h e ot tb eta U t te trosr rt t4 4 itni Ild itn I I oeter = se7 7 la laNcfiUrtJ I a atdlttd
tdlttd NcfiUrtJ tvtttr tatr Par ro or tiH s = ifl l tawau 2 < et at pctUtt IUU IUUIII
ma III tLI C e i m reel4 elu4 u J AH 8 c n atr rtsitua II at t rlt rltt fhk fhkc T
c c4 t t alr sii4r fr In Ii mr rdtr to t iaur II iT atuntUa at0U1 ss aieTtblt MTl abt
tthg t kc i ostir tr ttitttt 4de ttu cUt ctnct at4 4 md tut wal N 1 ta thlr r cM 114 114U
a U t ta I tattr 1 EW tUtis u W will wi alwaji a7 at II IIIL10g J Jw
ut IL10g w r U t tbP f r h n a S tin Ui fcr r wMch whch It la I JI JIlu tU
lu up tptr zpnd i H I i aat it t to troll oU mla nunx kng say eanlei nmwa
rt rt tteaid r rHfl ntew jroanUr rr rtly U7 A A44rIU Una 4rta < la II all al caw c cI WU
THtrOST I IS ros Wirtlnxwi WaIIZa D C CA C CA
A Word to the Republicans Rcpubllt ns nsTe
The P Pst st has ba criticised crtl e not more ee e
v vrib 01 rty than they deserved desore however cer certf
Win 24I tf feature fetura el the Republican Repblon campaign campaig
WB > ytar uU It has ha seemed tu mc to us both btb mis ms mseJes
eJes eMevwts and nd foolish toolh on the part of the theernlzatlns
ernlzatlns erganlzatfcms choen chOen orators ortor to go about aboutu
u tb Uw 6 0ftr tttttry ntry preaching proelng preiehIn desolation In the theevent theoeM
event of Mr r McKlnleys cKnleys defeat and ant Mr Ir IrBans
Bryans Bans 7an 3 election oe l n Everybody BveZ 1 knows that tht thtUlre
there Ulre ean en be bi no n such s thins thlnl a a a financial fnanell fnanellnle
panic enie nle or a a a Sent dollar dolar or any other otherf
f f the ridiculous rdlcles trumpedup trmpeup calamities calamites calamiteswhlb
with 4th which whlb so o many Republican Republcan canvass canvassr
r e fi are now attempting atomptng to frighten trten and anddewdc andd
dewdc d e men Into voting votng their ticket tcket All Allthis Al
tJla this talk about about casting cUnl a a ballot bUot for the theentrs
ovntrys entrs honor aU this flood food of billings bnln bnlnIte
sate Ite and an Imprecation Improton all these thee hrleks of otIar
liar Iar 1oowani o owrtraltor ward traitor thief a aaH c ca c
aH a these tIHe fairy faIr tales of patriotic ptrotc gentlemen gentlemenwho gentemen gentemenwho
who propose rops to go out of business and anddiMlntrge anddibrle
diMlntrge dibrle their employes mploes until unt such time timeas
as a the triump triumph of the Republican Repblcan party putyshlrhlle
shlrhlle 31w11have shell have been ben assuredtheao assuretee stupidities tupdltes tupdltesaflet tupIdttIe
affllot aflet rational rtional and wellInformed welIntormed per persons perons
sons ons and detract from the dignity dlcty of otthe
the ca Ctie caie ie they are vainly employed emploo to to1e
1e s ere rv Our institutions Insttutons would be In a sa1 sMPilDent
predicament PilDent Indeed If their safety and andperetuaton
J perpetuation peretuaton depended dependo upon upn any one Ole in IndivIdual
dividual Our prosperity prsp rly would not bo bowor
worth wor keeping keping if I it were at the mercy of ota
a buokatshop ticker tickerAs tcker tckers
As s a matter mater of fact the existing elstnl condi conditions condltens ¬
tions tens in finance fnance commerce and Indus Industry Industr
try tr furnish furish the Republican Republcan party prty with all allthe aUthe allthe
the material maeral that it needs ne s or that thlt it I can cn cncroltablyuUie
creditably croltablyuUie creditablyutllize utilize Mr Ir McKlnleys lcKlnles admin adminhtton
iatration htton tration has up to this moment been beenaltned
attended altned by b extraordinary extraordina and opulent opulentaehleement
achievement The conduct of our finan fnan fnancial
cial affairs afaIrs has been crowned with a a suc success sucoo succee ¬
cess oo cee of which wh h every ever substantial substantal citizen citizenIB citzen citzenI L LiM
IB I according acorln to o his visible Islble Interest a abenofloiary aJ n L
c J bn6olaf benofloiary We know kow of no department departmentor I LI
of 0 legitimate legimate activity actvi which has ha not notthrven nol t
thriven thrven during durln the past three years yeas Our Ourmanufacturing OurmanufacturinG Oui I
manufacturing manufacturinG enterprises have exhibited exhibied exhibieda I
a remarkable growth gowth and a a corresponding corrsponding corrspondingprosperiy
prosperity prosperiy Agriculture grIculure was never so sowelestablshe sc
wellestablished welestablshe and so bountifully bountuly re rewared
warded wared And what is more mor to the pur purpose purIS ¬
pose IS Des this thi vast ast wave Wa of profit and en encouragement enc encouragement ¬
couragement c rgeent has ha covered overe the entire coun country COuntrYNorth ¬
try trYNorth North South East and West alike alikeThe alke alikeThe
The cotton coton planters from Tennessee to toTexas ti
Texas gate ge upon rich rch harvests barests The cot cotton cottonml9 ¬
ton tonml9 mills of the Carolinas Crolnas Georgia and andneighboring andnelghbrlnl an I
neighboring nelghbrlnl States State have been converted convertedinto convertedInto I
into gold mines The farmers from Ohio Ohioto Ohioto Oht c cto
to the Pacic Pacific have paid on or off their mort mortggs
gges ggs are ae aBat at last Independent Independent and ad now nowse nowe no
se ie e before them an era er of assured asured pros prosparity prosIlerlty
parity Labor Labr is everywhere eerwhere in demand demandat deman d
t at excellent ecelent wages wage Capital finds fnds remu
neratlve eratve employment on every hand The Thewhole Thewhole Tb e
whole country oountr Is a beehive and honestf honestfeffort hones honesetort I
effort etort has ias a its It sure reward rewards rewardAs
As s we see the tb matter the
mater Republican Republicanorators Republcn Republcnorators a
have no need to go a step beyond beyondthese hond hondthese d
these eloquent elouent convincing facts facts They Theyoamralt Theyommlt The I
oamralt ommlt nn 1n unpardonable folly when in instead InItend It 1 ¬
stead Itend of pointing Plntnl to the substance subtance they theycontent the thecontent y
content content themselves themfelves with wih barking at a afoolsh
foolish foolsh shadow shao Compared Compre with their theirnoly the In
noisy noly and ridiculous ridiclous vociferation octeraUon the thesmallest the8mU t IC
smallest 8mU t extract etract from the Treasury DC DCpurtmcnts DePrmGnts Th
purtmcnts PrmGnts pttttmnt record is I as an anthem to a arabbits arbblts arabbits
rabbits rbblts squeak Look Lok for a 0 moment m ment at attHat atthat z it ittkst
tHat r recerd c rd DurlngMr
recr DUrnglr McKinleys ad al a I
ministration tRlatraton we have passed from rota the thestate thetate ti ze
state tate of a national debtor to
natonal that of a acreditor aer
creditor er ltor nation Instead nstead of borrowln borrowlnfrom borrowlnfrm ig
from frm Hurope Hrope we lend to Europe Europo We 1 We Weruno e
liuve 1atv funded runo a debt of o J33SOOOOOO 00 bearing bearingand bearit ig
4 and 4 12 l per cent Interest Into
ctmt Interet bonds bondsbearing bonsrng bon 35
bearing rng 2 per pr cent Ctlta centa a less leS rate than was wasever i Its s
tor ever before beter realized rol1ed by any country in intfme Intme
time tme ef war wcrand warand and our new bonds
now noweeimnand no noennnnn Pt
eeimnand ennnnn a premium of 4 4 per pr cent cent being beingqaetefl beingQte belt i Pti g
qaetefl Qte higher lcher in proportion proprton than the s satiriUes I 0 0ew1t4
atiriUes Oru ew1t4 of any European rpn government governmentWe goornmentWe govornmer it itWe
We have collected CUeted without wiht friction trctwn with without wih wihot wit tz tzeeL ¬
out ot dUDeelty dAlr end without the scandal scndal of ofa otnEle ora
a single nEle defalcation detalct8n the tie largest larseat revenue revenueIn recnueIn reveni ue
In o er our r hUtery h ory During the
DuroI year 8r ended ondidJune endedJane ond sd
June 30 3 MKJt 1LCl our internal
l revenue amount amounted amour 1 ¬
0 ed 4 te J2H 1ZUlT7 U1 li 757 and an the proceeds proees of ofour ofour
W our tariff rUr on O imports Imprts amounted to totUmakht 271 7 1
9 tUmakht 7r4USmakttg a grand total totn of 5S7240 5S7240WlS3 T24 2 O OS I IWe
WlS3 S V We have created crlted since March arb H Hthts Hthl 11this
this thl jear er 32 3 new national ntinal banks bnks These Thesebanks TheO TheOnk The Ce Cebanki
banks nk have hve b bn bn n ostaWished Otablhed throughout throughoutthe trughout trughoutORraU througho ut uttb
the tb oo ORraU ee1Itry4aaIl trysj U banks bnks with capital capitalof capial capit do doof
of WMCO U and h JSIOOOdtotrlbuted ltrbute among the theagrie thea5IU t he
a5IU ar1itlttri agrie lt ral 1 dtetricts dltrlct and af they jive net netonly r Let LetoW
only o factmy tHtr but t protection prttUo They The are are in infa Inbe a aft I
ft fa t the symbol ef
be Szl our tremendous h mendous prog progreau pro pror g gre
r re reau and development dtepmut They Tey tell tel a tale talewMdi tnlcI t tie tiewiok
wMdi ta I 1 tk U eeUraatlen emUen of serious srious men menu menut mi ifi ifiaoe
I u ut aoe < ami ii1 ferevtr tetf siteocos U8O the silly siy rig rigmerels r 1g 1gnveie
merels INl8 f tk ti cheap and afd shallow aalow exbort exbortcrafr ehor exho rI rIrfr
crafr ir rfr fN tie le te stump tp Prom Pr March larh 1 1W 9I to toMrh totarh toMarsh
Marsh tarh 1S9T 1 there were US 11 natloial natol1 bank bankmurea bnk be ak aktaNNr3
1 taNNr3 murea From Prm March 11 h JS37 l i to March MarchKvl Muc Mar Th Thk4L
k4L Kvl there were at failures
1 trt we fanlne He Ie wno oan oanitot oanMt o In
itot Mt 11 1 road 4 aright arlt the 1e raeaning Ul g of these thesefaeta thol th 3t 3tlt
lU faeta lt tO a d SgereB tre lb is tntrond the
Jr M0 reach of ofHere oraease r rGHUDOI
GHUDOI H aease aM rM rMlIe reseo reseo7lor
Here lIe 7lor In a nutshell U I the record
nuhc rHor of the theRepebttoan thentptan be be1tipbIlan
Repebttoan ntptan administration admnltraton under tler Mr Ir Mc McIdttley Me1Ol 3 IC ICXhdW
Idttley 1Ol M l far as It I touchoa tH8 the substan substantial Mbltan MbltantfM bati in iniki ¬
tial hitwwts tfM of o Ui U Amerioan Amerlon people
o u people ItIs t thi
1 hi not m made ft un of o cMjMture
r o CSture prejudice prejudiceptrtfiajufcta preJudoepraa prejudi eel eelrtaaaiM
1 ptrtfiajufcta praa rtaaaiM or o wiy is tlir th hI manlfestatkm manlfestatkmf mlnlroat manifoitat 1o 1oat
at f t empty tomfoolery It rftpreients r pteJents the thefaitkful thefaithful
J faithful end iatelllgent work of the Sec C ¬ i
retary rei ai7 of the Treasury and his blsoai loyal and andHdnl andftdtnt
Hdnl fl flrea thnt ooadjatera AaeliUnt A 8 fWereta fWeretaOl < ereta reui
rea reaba rtos Ol VandorHp naorttp and SpaaMIng Swlu Comptrollers ComptrollersDawes ComptroUerBIJa
Dawes IJa wes and Tracotrdl Internal Revenue Itevenu8Cemmlulener
Comtatasfoner Co Coabl minsaslener Wilson and the rest r t of C the theable tbeble
able abl ble e a utant si3tant3 whom Mr fr Gage has JlUMtd aura
Moned net td to hto eounetta and intrtwiod sev sev6r
erally 6r era fly with the th details af kit plan of otaotton
aoton ao Ion If the Republican advocate wish Is1fm
to Impress fm t IntdHgent men rather than tunrxhl1
exh exhibit lt themselves themdl f as Ineignlfieant Math bknhrk1tOlS
erikltott e k1tos and blundering bullies here Is Ismaterial 15materIal
material ma terial for fCeetive fle tive and respeotaolc respeotaolcactivity r6lpeotab1ca
activity a act tlvit tlvitWe ivity
We W e commend It to their prayerful con conaldtrnUon
sWeration aid eration
Thrown Out of Court CourtPerhaps CourPerhaps Courterhaps
Perhaps P th the < meet pathetic and melan melancholy rnelllftcholy ¬
c choly cho ly spectacle developed in the whole wholecampaign wholec
campaign c cam mpahm paign is that of the Democratic or orcans orcans
t cans san s hysterically approving territorial ex exinx exPLtlS
p PLtlS pen sion n apd flt t the > same time denoune denouneInl
log the party part which makes expansion expaMlonPGslble
P possible pos sible They all admitin the tb South Southepecfallt
especially esp eciallythat that t expansion Is necessary necessaryto
ti to any an profitable exploitation of our for foreIgn
c cign cig n trade and yet they all agree that tbattho
tJ the Republican party must be defeated defeatedand deteatodand
a and It its principles and policies rebuked if stwe
w we are to have a a virtuous government In Inour
01 our midst midstSurely midstSurely
Surely ureiy the philosophic student of our ourpolitical
political pol polam itical affairs must derive Immeasurable Immeasurableamusement ImmeasornbleAmusement
ai amusement am usement from this grotesque condition conditionor
ol of things He has before him the astound astoundIng I1stoundIng
Jr Ing spectacle of a newspaper which two wo woyer1l
y years ye ars ago and in tact for several months monthsbefore
before bef Dl ore that was as the noisiest the most 1fituncompromising
u uncompromising un unsib and the most Irrespon Irresponsible
si slble sib le agitator for war with Spain That lhatnewB
n newspaper newB ne wspaper aper spent thousands of dollars dollarsmisrepresenting dollarsmlsrePMsentIng
misrepresenting mi the situation In Cuba and andshamelessly andshamele81y
shamelessly sh amelessly magnifying the importance importanceof
fl of the Insurgents in order to precipitate precipitatethe
tl the war When hostilities had c ceased ceasedthat as d
tl that th at same newspaper screamed I cream cd aloud aloudtor
fc for forwh expansion denounced the traitor traitorwho
w Who wh o would haul down the American AmericanHag Americartiac
fl Hag 1a g In the Philippines and proclaimed > roclalm9d a apolicy
policy pol icy of its own that comprehended every C Cer3 ev ¬
ery hemisphere and subdivision of the t e eworld
world wo rld What it did on a large and vulgar ul ar arscate
S scale sca le the Democratic organs did with wltbmore
n more mo molon re or less clamor and irrational vio violence yb 10 10lance ¬
It lance lon ce And now with this astounding astounf1lngnewspaper astoundingwspaper
newspaper ne wspaper in the lead they are indulging indulgingin IndulslnIn
in the most vociferous and nasty abuso of othnperlaIl1mwhatever
Imperialism hnperlaIl1mwhatever li whatever they mean by J1that
that th at term termand and calling heaven to witness witnessthat witnessthat I
t that th at our liberties and our most precious preciousinstitutions preciousInstitutions I
ir institutions ins titutions are in peril of extinction oh o othat ot L
tl that th at account accountAltogether accountAltogether
Altogether A it Is a sad mess me albeit en cntertalnlng
u tertainlng te to the cynic and the scoffer It ItIs
is s all very well to scarify scarr the Republican Republicanhypocrite I
hypocrite hy pocrite who advocates the acquisition acquisitionof I
Q of fardistant territories terrltorlegand and the violent vIolentsubjection
g subjection su bjection of their peoples on the ground groundthat groundthat I
tl that th at we thereby tbereb discharge a sacred duty dutyimposed dutyImposed dut r
ii imposed im imtla posed upon upon us by civilization civilization and Chris Christianity
ll tianlty tla nity But what of the Democratic hypo hypocrite hpocrlte
crite cri te who supporting that policy polte for the thesake thesake i
sake sa ke of the money there is in it has the thenerve thenerve tlz i
nerve ne rve to vote ote against it on moral and al altrulstic altruistic
trulstic tr uistia grounds Jrounds1Jndoubtedly
Undoubtedly there is much to criticise crtlclseIn
it in the Republican administration of our ourpublic
P public pu blic affairs since March Iarch 4 1S97 but what whatclaim whlltclaim L
c claim cl aim ot consistency can the Democrats Democrntsset I
s set se t up by way of establishing their title titleto titleto
to the countrys respect and confidence confidenceand confidenceand
a and an d admiration ndmlrnt1onFruits
Fruits of Assimilation AssimilationLate AssimilationL3te
Late reports from the Philippines s sug su sugest
B Best ge st the Idea that our benevolent assimi assfmiJatlon
l ation la tion is not ot working out there much bet bctter
ter te r than in Cuba and Porto Rico We all allremember allremember al I
remember re member the wholesale arrest of Cuban Cubanofficials Cubanofficials i
0 officials in the Havana customhouse on onthe ot ote i
t the th e charge of conspiracy to rob the rev revenue 12 12enue icyue ¬
e enue en ensn ue aid we have ha yet to hear after aftermore attermore afte afteore
n more sn ore than a year of respectful vigilance vigilancethat vlsllancetbat
that th at a single one of those notorious criminals crimInlIs crim ¬
inals b ela has been arraigned and punished punishedNow punishedow I
Now ow we have from the Philippines this thispleasant thispleasant thi
pleasant pl easant and encouraging assurance assuranceThe assuranceUThe
UThe The rostofflcc Department > has receIved a re tfport r
p port po poar rt from the Dacolod office oe in the Island ot Ne Nejros e eIre8
jros ar es Philippine Islands recounting the treat dIm dImcu1l1 i
cultr cu tty that the superintendent of malls there had hadexperIenced ha haperience d
experienced ez perience In getting a native sentenced after be behad hehad ie 1
had ha d been convicted of robbing robblD the mails Mr Al Alfred AItrd A ¬
fred fr ed M 3 1 Leaned Lea ed the superintendent ot the Barn Barnled Dacolod
led office caught the native assistant in the act actof IIctof a aojaning t
o of ofm opnlnj oJ nlnc a package he had abstracted from the theUn tt I0 i
null m ail sack A search of the mans man bat disclosed disclosedIOme td
some so me handkerchiefs and other things of trilling trillingvalue trUUngvalue trtflbt
value va lue that he had also stolen Mr Learned said saidbe saIdhe sal
be h e had labored with the Supreme Court of the theieUnd theIEllnd U Uland 10
ieUnd is land to set a severe sentence Impesed as an ex eJtample e C
a ample a to the other natives but the local judge judgecould Judgecould jUOt e euld
could co uld not see anything very heinous in tampering tamperingwith um tamserir rlng rlngwith
with w ith the United States mail and wished ifl 0 een eentence eentente en enoce
tence te tek oce the thief on the assessed value ot the band handkerchief ban I
l kerchiefs k erchicie be had stolen stolenNaturally lltolenNaturally
Naturally with Neely Rathbone and andheaven andheaen an d
heaven h eaven knows how many more of the thesame thesame Ui Uiame e i
same s ame kind on our hands we are in no nonoslUon ii o i
position po sition to hurl anathema at the Negros Negrosofficials Xegrosofficials S i
officials o It seems quite clear that the der derellctlon derelleUon dci I
ellctlon e < of the native robber referred to toIs 1 0 i
J is s insignificant compared with the pecu peculation 1
1 lation l of our own people In Cuba But we wemay wema n e
may ma m mi ay at least extract one moral from the theIn U te >
incident In i ldent which is that colonial rule does doesnot dot s i
not n ot develop honesty either in the
persons pe persor on5 on5e Is i
we export e port from the United States or In Inthe Inthe I Inthe i
the natives our authorities select from fromthe Ira m i
i the t he ranks of the aborigines It would of ofcourse otcours
course cours C OUIe be too much to say that office olliceholdln officeholding a
holding holdln h by our own people In the distant distantcolonies distantcolonies diatat it
colonies c has the effect of absolutely de de demoralizIng d C
moralizing all who receive preferment pretermentthore itt t
j there t At the same time it is safe to t say sa sathat s ly lyhat
that t hat the best of them are ar not more hon honest honest hoi ii
est e st and scrupulous now than when they tbeyleft thi thieft y r
left l eft home The record is far from rom encouralnl en encouraging ei 11 11ouraging
couraging c whether we consider the effect effectupon affectupon oe oh ohthe L
upon the th American placeholders abroad abroador abrot td I
or o r the moral degradation of our native ap appointees appointees a p pointees ¬
pointees p ointees at home homeFruition homeFrultton
Fruition of the Class Rush RushThe RushThe
The class rush ot
a concomitant of every everyOctober everytober eve eveOctober i3 r
October tober when colleges and universities universitiesoptn unhorell1tsoptn universiti Os Osptn 5
o optn ptn their doors is producing its annual annualcrop annualcrop annu al I
crop c rop of broke1 br ke heads M ds and bodily disabil disabilities disaWIlUes disb Ii ¬
ities i ties Not quite as asclorious glorious or heroic as asdisfigurement asdllflgureroent asdIsfigurement s
disfigurement at football before berore1n an ad admiring admIring a d dmiring ¬
miring throng it nevertheless claims vic victims vi Ie Iethrut Icima ¬
tims t ima just as certainly and effectively effectivelyEvery effootiilyEver effeetjy by byivery
Every Ever now and then some young oung scion of efmere ofmor ofmore
mere mor or leas promise Is returned to his hisfathers hisfathers I its itsfathers s
fathers rooftree to recuperate or lodgod lodgodin lodsodIn iodg ezil ezilIn
in the hospital for extensive e tn15hc repairs repairsAt rcpnlrsAt repairsAt
At Amherst a thoroughly thorough typical col college 001lege o S Sege I ¬
lege l ege community there was an unusual bal ballot ballot h iti itilot ¬
lot the other day to abolish for all time timethis ttmetbls t1 ne nethis e
this ancient student custom which is islinked IsJlnrd islinked 8
linked with almost every educational in InMitution i istitution
stitution of and dignified
ace pretension pretensionin no noin 8
in n the United States Stat Out of 32 young youngmen yottftgmen ye ng ngmen
men enrolled there there 296 voted oted in favor wor of ofomitting oromltUn ofoniitting
omitting omltUn the annual scramble between betweenfreehmen betweentrC6hmen betwe ten tenfreshmen n
freshmen and sophomores over the right rightof rightof ri ht htof t
of the th former to carry canes It was the thesequel th thsequel i he hesequel
sequel to a fierce scrimmage between the thetwo I be betwo i I Ito
two clasS classes B in which a freshman was wasseriously rex rexseriously s sst1iousl
st1iousl seriously If not permanently injured injuredThe Jnjurool injur ad adThe
The vote ote will
probably be regarded as asbinding asblndln asbinding
binding blndln upon future olassos but is notable notablebecause nota blo blobecause I IbofnUie
because Amherst forty years ago ao was wasthe wasthe u as asthe s
the first to Inaugurate physical culture as asa asa csa e
a pan ii1fl of it Its course a str1lnln training that nowa nowadays no nodays noi ts tsdays i ¬
days helps h 1ps develop th the young giants who whodominate whoIomlnate rho rhodominate o
dominate in such impacts of college collegeclasses ceUecefllLses coil Ia Iaclasses
classes classesHazing fllLsesUnin classesJiazing
Hazing Unin which has I teen een en the object of ofcontinued otanttnued ofcontinued f
continued popular outcry Is hardly loss lossreprehensible JIMrtprehenslble I sea seareprehensible
reprehensible in come phases than the thestudent tb8H tb8Hstudent lb coo coostudent j
student battles They excite animosities anlmosltl isa isawhich iB iBwhleh
which sobaaqtently Bubaa < unU are revenged upon Jr I
coming comln com < ing elassn en by bybaafng hazing or are handed
d down do wn from rr mone one da class as to another In efforts clIortrI
I to get even Whether the rush grows out outor
c of a peanut drunk a desire dest to carry carrywalking CJ1rrywaikinc carrylking
walking wa lking sticks or an effort to possess possesstome 1J asess asessPOme
tome oem e particular object obJ t or locality flat ftstfights
l fights flgh ts almost invariably follow between betweenthose
t those tho se who whohae have grudges to satisfy Class Clausptrlt
g spirit spi rit a wholesome thing may be stimulated ItJmuJated stimu ¬
j lated Ist IstStie eil and contests develop manly qual qualities qualItle ¬
U ities Itle Stie s but these roughandtumble affairs afiJtlrsdraw
d draw dra w in boys ooya of inferior Inr rtr physique Of old old oldUa
the Ua tI educational e ueat1 r1ill system was W S better calcu ealeukt
kU d d for students strong In body bod as well wellas wellas
as In mind The new dispensation d1s nsaUon Is cal caleuliied caJeulated
c euliied cul atod to give all an equal opportunity opportunityand
a and de does s not comport with a a regime regimewhere regimewhere
v where wh whpre ere violence and fisticuffs occasionally occasionallyprevail occasIonallyprenU occasionallyvail
prevail pre vail
The Conversion of a Dakota DoikotThe
The T he pol pole star of the campaign as we take takeIt takeJt
It Jt has centered over a State of the great greatNorthwet Jre3tNorthw greatrthwest
Northwet No Northw rthwest lt Crack orators of both per peruuaskms perJluasl
uuaskms Jluasl sua sions n are constantly netting their faces facestoward fac s stO
U toward tO tow ard South Dakota They debouch over oVrthe
tl the prairies wherever railroads go and andehClrtn andrm
charm cha rm the rustics with wonderful enlight enlightenment enlightenment ¬
ei enment en mont Not ot since Pickier he of pension pensionfame
f fame fam e left his neat eat at the head of a House Housecommittee Housemmittee
committee co mmittee and skedaddled home with the theunrealized theunrealized
u unrealized unr ealized hops > of prolonging his connec connection
U tion lio n with the government pay roll roll has hasSouth hasSouth
South So uth Dakota seen s tJn such su h capering among amongthe Bmon Bmonthe
tl the party notables notablesAnd notablesAnd
And A nd why forsooth Cow Roosevelt Rooseveltmight Rooseveltmlsht
n might mi ght well etl prance a trifle for the delecta delectaUon deJectaCon
Con to n of the U e Dakota multitudes as he pro proceeded proceEded ¬
C ceeded cee tled on the grand voicebreaking cir circuit drcwl ¬
ci cuit cni t of States Stat and Mr 11 Bryan now that thatho
ho n has launched Into a programme of pro prolonged pr prloneed >
I longed lon ged speaking spealin would seem to be just justfled
fi fled fle d In touring on the trail of the Vice VIcePresidential
Presidential Pr esidential candidate These are only onlythe onlythe
the th e leaders of an oratorical aggregation aggregationthat aggregationthat
that th at must have kept the South Dakotans Dakotanskl1oo
k keyed ke yed up to high excitement But on the thebeels
h leels he els of such stirring events events Chairman ChilrmanHanna
E Henna He nna hastens hot footed to the scene of ofaction oractJon
a action ac tion Indiana with fifteen votes is left leftwavering leftwaerlng
wavering wa vering in the balance hungering hun erlng and andthirsting nndhlrstlng
thirsting thl 1 rsting for political lore West Virginia VirginiaMaryland VirginiaYarland
Maryland M aryland even New York whose voice voicowill voco
w will wi ll decide dCC dccid 6 ilcKinleys cKfnleys fate are thrust In Inthe inthe Ine
t the th e background for South So th Dakota where whereonly where whereonly
0 only on ly four electoral cJectornl votes are at stake with withhardly withhardly
hardly ha rdly a possibility of becoming becomln a decid decldInl
l ing lu g factor factorThe tactorThe factorThe
The tuft of Senator Richard F Petti Pettigrew pettlgrew
fi grew gr ew te of course the incentive that thatspurs
s spurs sp urs powerful Republican warriors into Intothat
that th at particular bailiwick and furnishes furnishesthe furnlshtsthe furnishese
the th e wondering inhabitants with such a awhirlaround awhlrlaround a
v whirlaround w of gayety gaet We Ve take no sides sIdeslor
for fo r or against Pettigrew P ttlgrew it is only the theacthU3 thetivity i
a activity ac tivity that commands our attention attentionShall attentionSball attentionall
s Shall Sh all Pettigrew so o down in ignominious IJnomlnlous IJnomlnlousdeteat i
d defeat de feat while a guttural ha ha comes come comefrom I
from fr om Chairman Hanna in the interregnum Interregnumbetween interregnunitween I
b between be tween h5s li rheumatic pains or shall shallPettigrevr shallPettigrew i
Pettigrevr Pe ttigrew champion of the Filipino and anddetractor andtractor I iI
detractor de tractor of President McKlnleys policy policyrise
r rise ris e and triumph Let South Dakota Dakotadecide Dakotadeclde Dakotacide L
decide de cide that thatWhile thatWhile
While Chairman Hanna grapples with withthe I
the th e thorn in his Senatorial side on the theDakota I
Dakota D akota heath aided by the eloquent and Andersuaslve anc i
J persuasive pe rsuasive Frye of Maine alne we can but butcontemplate butcontemplate butntemplate t
c contemplate co ntemplate the Hon Tom Carter C rter of ofMontana ofIontana 01 I
3 Montana t ontana who also guided the destinies destJnlcsot destinlea I
of ° a Presidential campaign once upon a atime atime i ime
l time ti me and participated In the Senate with withJr 1
Mr M r Pettigrew about the size and disposal disposalor disposaa I
of ° a big campaign fund The language languagethen languagethen t ten
4 then th en used led up to one of those powerful powertulclimaxes I
clfo climaxes cl imaxes which made Senator Pettigrew Pettigrewtor r
for fo < r months a a marked man to the Repub Republicans Republicans Repubenna ¬
I licans enna Some statesmen In Montana fontana as aswell aswell a S
T well w ell as In Ohio will scan the results of ormissionary o f
J missionary m issionary labors in South Dakota with withan wltban witin
an a n avidity that portends either a period periodof p rIod rIodot
of deep mourning or a season of mighty mightyrejoicIng I
1 rejoicing rejoicingDiplomatic rejoicIngDiplomatic re joicing
Diplomatic Relations with Turkey TurkeyIf
If the gossip flying about with reference referenceto a
to the relations between the Sultan and andour andour an
our o ur Minister to Turkey Mr Straus be betrue betrue b bue
true tr ue or even half true the diplomatic diplomaticsituation diplomaticsituation C
situation si tuation must be grotesque to say the theleast theleast tli e Ce
least le ast It is difficult to believe that the thePresident thePresIdent th
j President P would retain Mr Straus as our ourEnvoy ourEnvo on onnvoy
Envoy Envo E J nvoy to the Turkish court knowing that thatthe thatthe tha
1 the th e latter Is persona non grata and that thatunder tha t
under u nder no circumstances will the Sultan Sultanrecognize SultanrecognIze Sulta a
recognize re cognize him We know that Mr Straus Straushas Straushas Strati
has h as been in this country several months monthsand monthtnd
J and a nd that our legation at Constantinople ConstantinopleIs I
j Is conducted by a charge daffaires under underwhose underwhose unde r I
whose w hose perfervid auspices we have ob obviously obvlousy I
viously v made mad no progress whatsoever Our Ourrelations Ourrelations Ou r
i relations r with 1tb Turkey are ar not Important ImportantAs importanta I
As a matter of fact the only question questionnow questionnow n now
now n ow considerable as between the two na nations nat j
1 tions t li ons is one of indemnity for alleged out outrages outrages ¬
rages r and destruction of missionary prop property prosrty >
erty e < rty at Harput several years ago Min l1n l1nIlter I Iter
ister is ter Straus hats b s seen fit in the course of ottbe c f
t the t he negotiations to challenge the veracity veracItyor veraclt y
of o < f the Sultan and very naturally the theSultan tteSultan Ui a aultan
Sultan S ultan has refused to see him or to accept accepthim accer it itim
1 him h im in any official and representative ca capacity capacity c I
1 pacity p Mr Straus therefore retires and andleaves andle6s an d deaves
leaves l eaves the controversy controvers in the hands of a aiubordlnate
i subordinate s with whom In the circum clreumstanc 1
i stancas stanc s s the Ottoman government politely politelyfalls politel y
i fails f to treat treatSuch treatSuch
Such then is the situation Our Minister 1I1nlsterJlr r
2 Mr M r Straus has failed to commend him blms61l bittelf m rm
self s elf to the goernment to which he is nc nccredited nccredited at
credited c Mr Straus has therefore with withdrawn withdrawn
drawn d < rawn from the Turkish capital and is isnow Isnow
J now n ow reveling in the domestic joys of orhome f
1 home h ome He has lost his usefulness abroad abroadHe abroadHe abroa ii
J He is no longer a factor in the equation equationYet equationYet Ii
Yet Y et the President perpetuat s him as 3 EE i
J E and M P to the Turkish government governmentwhile t
while an obviously futile subordinate subordInatemaintaIns te
maintains a fruitless racket at the gates gatesot gaIt is
of o f the Yildiz Palace PalaceIf PalaceIt PalaceIf
If our claims against Turkey have havefoundation havefoundatlon Mi e ere
foundation f fk In truth and justice justIceand and we weknow W6know v vnow re
know k now nothing to the contrary contrnrwhy why do dowe dowe lo
we not press them with a reasonable show showof sho mv mvf
of o f dignity A foreign ctoarse daffaires dattalr dattalrwould 55 55Is
would not be treated definitely by b this thiscotlntry Ui Is
country c if his ambassador amb ambassadogor ado or envoy were wererepudiated wererepucHated we re
repudiated r by the State Department He Hewould I e
would receive personal courtesy of course coursebut COUfSibut court iC iCbUt
but the subject sultj ct under discussion dlscu sfon wouldhardly wou would wouldhardly It Ithardly
hardly be taken up with a view to final finaladjustment finaladjustmont fin al
adjustment so o long Ion I as the other nation in involvod InvohOO I n
volvod IB the dispute were represented representadlre represent Id nId
here in an Imperfect or questionable wayYhy wn way wayWhy 1
Why then should ould
s Washington have no nocompetent noC i 110compatont
competent C IJIpotont representative at Constant Constantnople Constantinople Ii Iib
nople b Charges daffaires serye all need needful needfulparpoi nec d ¬
ful fulparpoi purposes S in the temporary absence oj ojtheir or ortbetr oftheir
their chiefs M Thiebaut Thle aut and M u de Wol Wollant we i ilant
lant are now no acting here respectively for forFraAca I or orFranca
Franca and Russia Baron Speck von vonSteinberg vi on onSternberg anSternberg
Sternberg represents in the same ame way the theGerm t he heGerman
German Germ n Empire They command respect respectin respectit respe tct tctnithetr
in it nithetr their several legitimate capacities But BuiWashington ButWublnston B ut utVngton
Washington would hardly conclude coneludethrough conelu da dasuch
through such mediums a definite and im Imjorttnt it ii iiortnt
rVortant ortnt matter l If the duly appointed am ambassador ambuadr at n nssdqr
bassador ssdqr in any case had been be n previously previouslyi prev1ou tly tlydiocredited
discredited U rodted here In such a complication complicationtite en enrelations
tite relations would be purely tentative tentativeand te1tatlveand tcatatl va vaand
and ceremonious ceremoniousObviously ceremoniousObvloisty er monlOQs monlOQsObioItsly
Obviously we e can make no progress at atthe atth atth
the th Turkish capital until we have there i a atplomaUc ata j
diplomatic representative of conventional conventloI1ll1vttodty convention conventionavtbority ta
aatborhy and rank whom the Sultan is 21wiThag i iwlftag 9
witting to receive and recognize Mr MrGrUeoms Ir IrGniocotas
GriMoms activities amount to nothing nothingwMle nothl nothlwhile ag agwhile
while Ms principal has 10 io standing a aConstantinople at atConstanhinoe tConstantinople t
Constantinople Constantinoplef ConstanhinoeThe
The events of the post two weeks Indi Indieate indoate in d
eate that the Hon Billy Masons muzzle muzzlej mux muxooursethe sic dsic e
is a A snug tIt fit OtOt
Of course ooursethe the employes of the Depart DePArtment Depa itt ittma j
ment of State are not expected to con coni e ma 1
I Xord LordSalbbuzy L Lthe ord Salisbury relied altogether upon uponthe uponthe
t the loyiiUy lo tt of flfthe the voters end was not notcompelled notromp notpeiled
e romp eum compelled peiled JJed to spring prln the full dinner pall pallargument pal1argumenL
argument argumentThey argumenLTher arg ument
They T Tby hey are proving almost any old thing thInsby
h by Gov Boossvelia R velta books and magazine magazinearticles maGuJneartloles
a articles arti cles There Is iwhere where Adlal has one onegroat
great gre j at advantage He never aspired to be beonp
on One of them literary fellers fellersThe fe11ersThe
The T he city of Birmingham Is more Inter Inter81ed
e carted este e In the work of f providing houses for forIts forIncreased
Its t Increased population > than H Is in InpoUUa
jj polities poli ties Yet et the Birmingham folks will wUJOOt
not forget to vott o oThe
The i be New York World says the rich richcorporations rIchcorporatlone
corporations cor porations are ar lining Unln up against Mr 11rDryan
Bryan Bry an It Is quite likely Mr Ir Bryan has haschallened
challenged cha llenged them to battle battleUr
Mr M Mwzr r Tillman says Democratic Senators Senatorswere Senatorswer
were wer wzrIf e bribed to vote for te Paris treaty treatyIf t t I IU
I If Mr Ir Tillroan Is not careful ear tul he may maycaus maycau
caus cau se some unpleasant questions concern concernIng concernIng
Ing Mr Bryans support of that dicker dickerExress dickerExPress
ExPress E Efor xpress Messenger 1reen er Baxter received J3 J3ccllent S500 O0
for klllln a traIn robber It Is an ex excellent I
c coll ccllent ent Investment for the railroad com company JI JIpan
P pany pan y
Mr M Ir r Hanna shows no disposition to share harathe
tl the theble martyr honors with Teddy the Terri Terrible TerlBe ¬
I ble Mark rl1Jk n makes kes fun of the Jce ce story st01Accordlnl
According A ccording to the th story of the captain of ofthe
t the Deutschland utschlnnd the vessel vesse had a rather ratherclose
close clo se shave shavetribute
tribute tri bute to the Republican campaign fund fltndbut
but bu t those thoe who furnish a few surprises surprIsesto
to Mr Hannas committee will ll be well weUthought
thought tho ught of ofThe ot otThe
The T he valued Memphis CominerclalAp CommercialAppeal
p peal pea l suspects that the Republicans Induc indueed Induced
ed Sexto Lopez to come to this country countryThe
The Th e CommercialAppeal forgets that he heIs heIs
j Is here under the auspices of the Boston Bostonantllmperlal1sts
n antiImperialists antllmperlal1stsGov an
Gov G ov Beckhara is not a success on the I
stump stu mp The Kentucky Democrats made madea
a serious mistake ml tnke when they the adopted the therunning therunnlns
r running ru nning sore policy poll C in their nominating nominatingconvention
c convention conventionIt co nvention
It I t Is difficult to understand und tStand why hy the theHon theIon
Hon Ho n David B Hill should be e made to towaste towaste
waste wa ste his eloquence on the Southern vot voters ot otrfS ¬
ers They are supposed to be solid for forBran
j Bryan BryanMr BranIr Br yan
Mr Ir Sulzer is talkIng of prosecuting prosecutingsom
somebody som so mbody body for indulging in reckless state statemcnts
ments ma nIa When Sulzer turns on reckless recklessness
ness n ne ss It Is a good sign signMr signIr
Mr Ir Youtsey Yutse must look to a Goebelized Goebellzedjury I
jury ju ry for justice The country has a very
j fair fai r idea of Just what Is going to happen happento I
t to ioutsey ioutseyMr routserl YoutseyMr
Mr rl Grosvenor concedes that Mr 11 Bryan Bryanwill Bryanwill Bryarlt
T will wi lt have 141 electoral votes Mr Gros Grosvenor Grosvenor Grosnor ¬
v venor ve nor is growing conservative conservativeMr consen1t1veloIr
Mr Monnett the Ohio trustbuster who whonever whoer
r never ne ver er busted a trust has packed his kit kitand kitand kit I
a and an d moved over Into the Democratic Democraticparty Democraticparty m mrty
F party partyThe partyThe pa rty
The trotting record is again being serf serlousl set
o ously ou sly strained At At t the present pre ent rate two twominute twonlnute
s minute m inute horses will soon arrive arriveThe arriveThe
The Cleveland Lender declares that thatBryan tbatBryan the theryan t
Bryan B ryan Is an ally of Arrulnaldo A lnaldo and ho htcannot hi i
c cannot ca nnot deny the charge This makes makesa S
a a delightful companion piece to the no noUon
t tion tio n that President McKInley has a secret secretalliance score t
alliance al liance with England EnglandRussia
Russia seems to have put in her thumb thumband thumband b
a and an d plucked out the Manchuria plum plumThe plumThe
The annual discovery dI3cav 1 of contemplated contemplatedelection I
e election el ection frauds In n New York has been beenmade beenmadJ 11
i made madeThere madJThere m ade
There may be some doubt concerning concernin g
j Kentucky K entucky but the Juries in Judge Can Cantrills Cantr1l1s
t trills tr ills court continue to go Democratic DemocraticIt D mocraUc mocraUcIt
It is Is being freely Intimated that the theVictor theVictor tim e
Victor V ictor Incident was not altogether tima a ajulceless ajuiceless
j juiceless ju iceless affair affairIt atralrIt
It is not believed that Senator Bev Beveridgos BeverIdgos 11evidgos
eridgos er idgos speeches will have a pacifying pacifyingeffect pacltlngefrect g
t effect ef fect upon the Cubans CubansThe CubansThe
The esteemed Atlanta Constitution is ismuch Ismuch I a
much m uch more successful in local affairs affairsthan affairsthen affair 1
than th an it is in its support of Presidential Presidentialcandidates PresIdentialcandllates Li Lindidates
candidates ca ndidates Its candidate for mayor mayorlanded mayorlanded ir
landed la nded all right rightThe rightThe
The Hon Jo Joaiah iah Quincy says sas if Mr MrBryan Mi Ir IrBryan r
Bryan R ytt were elected he would not favor favorthe faorthe fave Mien en
the th e free coinage of silver Mr Ir Quincy Quincycannot Quincycannot Quinc y
cannot ca nnot get Mr Bryan to say that thatIf tbatIf
If George Fred Williams has any mud mudto mudto mu d 1
to throw he may ma as well proceed at any anyold anyold an y
old ol d iimn that suits his convenience The Thecountry Th Thcountry La
country c is not holding Its breath on onGeorge onGeQrge 0 n 1
George G eorge Freds account RccountIr
Mr Ir Creelman announces over his own ownsignature ow owgnature n
signature si gnature that he loves himself for the theenemies Ui
enemies e he has made and then proceeds proceedsto
to t o show showtllat that all truly great menhave menhaveenemies menhaveenemies menhasnemies re
enemies e Mr Creelman should have a aGen aGen 1
Gen l en Brags for a eulogist eulogistMr eulogistrr
Mr rr Croker has finally concluded that thatthe thi it t
the t he ice trust is a local question Perhaps Perhapsthis Perhapsthis Perhai 3 j
this t his will relieve Mr Ir Bryan of some em embarrassment embarrassment en it ¬
1 barrassment h arrassment during his New York tour tourUp tQurUp
Up to a late hour last night the Hon HonGeorge HonGeorge Ho n
George G < eorge Fred Williams had not divulged divulgedthe divulgedthe divulge ni I
i the t he true Inwardness of that Victor affair affairThe aftalrThe affal Li
The gentlemen who are trying to work workup workup wot k
i up p a strike among the softcoal miners minersexpect minersexpect mine minexpect ra
expect e < it to last until election day dayThe dayThe
The Chicago voters have thrown off offtheir olltheIr c ci
f their t apathy to such an extent that they theynow theynow the theow my cimy
now n ow turn out and hear what the spell spellbinders speUbinders spe1 ii ¬ L
binders b have to say sayCleveland sa saClevclJI
Cleveland d nod Imperialism ImperialismFrom ImpelhdllttJProm
1 From P rom the Chattanooga ttanGO > a News KewaWhether NwsWhether NewsWhether
Whether Mr Ir Cleveland writes a cam campaign campaIgn car ¬
paign p aign letter or not the country will hard hardly hardly hat ¬
ly l y lose sight of the fact that he is already alreadyon alreth alrethmy hatI I 1
on o n record as opposed to the McKinley McKinleyprogramme UcKlnleyprogramme MeKinle MeKinlerogramme my
programme p of imperialism In his ad address address a I Ic m
dress d ress to the AntiImperialist League Oc October OctO 0 c ¬
tober tO t oor r 8 8 1SS9 he s said id The use of power powerin powerIn pow er ern
in i n the extension of American institutions institutionspresents InstItutionspresents ito
presents p resents an inconsistency IncoruJlstenc whose evil and anddangerous anddangerous at id idangerous 1
i dangerous d angerous tendency ought to be apparent apparentto appare at ato t
to t o all who love these institutions and andunderstand andunderstand ax tid tidnderstand 1
understand u their motives and purposes purposesA
A Very crT Gentle lllnt lllntFrom lliutFrem Blatreni
From F reni the Philadelphia Phlladcl bf Press PressYou PresYou PicasYou
You will find religion rell on everywhere In Innature Inneture inature 1
nature n ature said the Rev Dr Speaknjore SpeaknjoreThere SpeakmoreThere O OThere
There are even sermons in stones stonesTes stonesYS
Tes YS Yes and Juiv 1uve you noticed replied repliedthe repllt1dthe repS td 1
the t he longsuffering lonsuaerln member of the congre congregation congregatlon e eLt1Ofl ¬
gation g Lt1Ofl that the most precious stoned stonedare I3ton01fare ston ext extre
i are a re small and that they have to be cut cutbefore cutbefore c ut utefore 1
before b efore they become Interesting InterestingAn
An 0 Attraction for the Hand HandFrom HandFrom flaudrom
From F rom the Batten Tnutrtpt TnutrtptGriggs TnlUUtptGriggsWomen TraaurlptGriggaWomen
Griggs GriggsWomen Women are ar funny things Won Wonder Wonder We fl fler ¬
der d er why a woman oman instead of putting her herpocketbock horpocketbock Ii or orri r
pocketbock p in her pocket almost invari invariably InvarinbY Invax Invaxbly ri ¬
ably a bly carries carrl It in her hand handBriges JumdDrlggsPerhapg
Briges DrlggsPerhapg Perhaps she thinks that some someman sometnn sot sotnin no I
man may come along alon and seek seek that hand handIn handIn hat hatn i
In I n marriage
Not Dt n Sonsblnl SonsblnlFren ooablrdFrem onzbirdthe
Fren the FbUatoipMa Pbllaiel Free Freesaid P1L P1LHe PressRe
He ld I was swanlike I beUe beUesaid believe
said nid Miss l1ss Rawkls Wasnt that gallant gallantof galle galleof nt 1
i of himr himrOh hIm hImOh himOh
Oh I dont know replied Miss f1ss Pep PepEing Pepp3ry Pt
p3ry It was while yo you were uln trying tryingsltttbat to toslngthat o 3
Eing slngthat tnat he made the remark remarkI remarkI remarkimproTezuenia
I I Improvement in the PlaT PiarFroa PlaTFroln PlayFront
Front jibe he e Detroit Fre Free FneYour rrw rrwYour
Your Uade Toms Cabin seems like likebrandnew a abrandnew abrandntw1Ir X
brandnew brandntw1Ir brandntw1IrOr play playOf tlay tlayOf
Or Of course weve fixed It up so Eliza Elizacrosses Ellmcro Eli za zathe L
crosses cro les the ocean on an automobile automobilechased automobUchafed automnobi Ic Icchased
chased by a alot lot of Boxers DoxerREf1ECTtOHS BoxersREFLECTI0PSOFA
From the Xtr t Twfc flU flUCUe
Care c5rewmonlrknlantbntftwfllgtvai c5rewmonlrknlantbntftwfllgtvaiwdaktta wiU 1U 01111 tr MM I at tmt it Till rfrt i azwt wo woAH 55
zwt wmikke wmikkeAft wdaktta wdakttaAn
AH Uw plair p paiween Dromes 1 h fa > a tbereb resent it It tie Olemw I tatmlapqar
new tatstor baa ku e ret t t a p Pf pzt47 rtty wile vtltJteak 9tt 9ttJ wileleash
leash J mMMr fence bnut4 aft tfc t the rut ef hU lib libatoot libabllut I Itfasheet
sheet U fTta ess TelS the vixle Ie ewHnt ci4nt keep him down downVhcMter l doi w wht so sohaeever
VhcMter ht haeever eTer a waiaa aaza feudee her own Inntrsl fJUlraMe ton ru ruaSe
ate i Su u a pkstore tIre ta tr Hrfod kd oJ eow acne na aa weep weepJBS sc eep eept ep eptes
JBS t W U heart ri lICIt at In a terser terserA NratrA nttr nttrW811LJI
A wosex W811LJI oatcroal itaUntt jaJt t U jam fulljr tmily di direloped d dyelopt4 4evelopd
reloped tilt aha t w bad a rutbr pUat die 41 or iu iut W Wt Lastaeed
t taeed 4 as a cluster r in a greta IS tab tu
seldom t5ei dom Has n the Stale Eaie Vatrd eted trll AcRlMt the theS the8ltudsl
S 8ltudsl cce sf l C CasIUalRlr illilHtc t tFrom
FI From t the Ih Pbilad PhDa4lphia pU TIme TImeA
As A s Is I common In national Uonal contests the thepUblIC
pi public pub lic are now liberally supplied with ts tlU 05ates
II tlniates tim aate of the electoral vcte to be cast In InXOemb
November XOemb No > vember r varying vurln from twothirds Re Reulu
publican psl ulu Iiean n to twothirds Democratic but butth
tl the th theof Intelligent IntlJI ent and dispassionate observer ober oberof
o of the situation will understand that the thePresIdential
p Presidential Pre Preele sidential candidate for whom born the thtelectoral
e electoral ele ctoral vote ote ot New rew York shall hall be cast castfnt
w wDI wIl wIlSta l be the next President of 1r the United UnitedSl1tes
States Sl1tesSince Sta tes tesince
Since S ince 1S50 1S New York has never given her herelECtoral
e electoral elec toral vote against the general verdict verdIctot verdictthe
0 of the nation with the single exception of ofthe Ittbe <
t the theSey GrantSeymour contest In iSis when whenSfmour
Seymour Sey mour was given a majority of doubt doubtful doubtful
ful validity In every other oL1erlnstance Instance the 11cfrlectornl thectoral
Sectoral ele ctoral vote of New York has been Rtvcn IOvenI IOvenfor I
for the successful candidate for President PresidentTrue
True Tr ue Tilden was defrauded out of oCthe oCthePresldenC the
Presidency Pr Prpop esidency after his election by a large hlrgepopular
popular pop ular and electoral majority maJorit In 1S7C but butthat
that tha t fraud does not affect the record of otthe
the State and there Is no reason to doubt doubtI
I that tha t the record of the Empire State in Inthe
t the thethe present pres nt contest will be the record recordthe cf
l the republic republicXew
New N ew York gave her electoral vote to taLincoln toLlncotn
Lincoln Li J ncoln In 1SCO and again in 1SC4 In har harmony
raony rno rnope ny with the verdict of the American AmericanJjtople
r people pe ople In n 1868 the personal strength of ofSeymour ofSeymour
S Seymour Se ymour with Tammany and Its political politicalmachinery
n machinery ma chinery at the very zenith nUh of their theirpower
power po wer made New York give ten thousand thounndmajority
j majority ma jority for Seymour Se mour against Grant but butthat butthat
t that th at verdict stands single and alone as asthe
t the th e expression e pre3slon of New York against the thexpresslon i
expression ex exI pression of the country countryIn
In I n 1S72 Grant carried the State St te by a nlarge a
j large lar ge majority and four years ears later in InlSi t
1876 lgT G Tilden carried New York by a large largemajorlt3 i
E majority ma jority with a popular majority of 250
COO 00 of the nation In 1SSQ New York decid decided
e ed the contest against the Democrats and nn1gae I
p gave ga gabit ve Garfield the Presidency Presldenc with a popu popular popular popumajority ¬
lar majority of the country of less than th n nOm I ID0
j 10000 10i D0 In 18S4 New York voted oted for Cleve Cleeland
S land la nd and decided his election et ctJon in harmony harmonywith
with wi th a popular majority of some ome 0000 30000In 0000In
In T lSS 1 the electoral vote of New York de derented
fewa f rented fe ated Cleveland when Hill Democrat Democratwas
was wa s elected governor by some 20000 and andwhen andhen I
when wh hen en the popular vote gave Cleveland Cleelandnearly I
nearly ne arly 100000 majority In 1892 New York Yorkgave Yorkve Yor t
J gave ga ve Cleveland a large majority being
influenced in fluenced by the th tidal wave that return returned
ed Cleveland CI < weland to the Presidency by nearly nearb
4 400000 400 000 plurality and In 1S96 New York was wasthrown wasthrown
l thrown th rown out of ot the Democratic told by a amajority amajority
r majority m ajority that swelled into hundreds of ofthousands otthousand3 a I Iousands
thousands th ousands in the great rent Republican hurri hurricane
cane ca ne that swept the land Thus with the thesngle tht i
i single sI ngle exception of the GrantSeymour GrantSeymourcontest GrantSeymQurcontest I
i contest co ntest of 18 1868 8 the electoral vote of New XewYork
York l ork has always been cast for the sue successful
ceasful ce < saful Presidential candidate candidatePROPENSITY candidatePUOPENSITY
Gnlvedtorr pn1Ve810D G Serres as a nn Example of Dlffl Dlfflcollies DlRlf
f 1 collies cnltlceEucoutzteredln Euconntered In the ihoOrlent Orient OrientFrom OrlelnFrom
From Fr om the Cleveland Plain Dealer DealerThe talerThe >
The extreme difficulty of preventing
looting lo lom oiing by soldiers in an enemys country countrymay countrymay countr t
j may m ay be guessed from the extent to which whichthe whichthe
the th e worse pillage of a stricken city clh was wascarried wscarried wa S 1
carried ca rried In Galveston There the robbers robberswere r bbers bbersw S
were w ere re the fellowcountrymen of the dead deadThe deadlbe I
The T he looting was done under the awein aweinspiring aweInsplrlns ¬
i spiring sp iring shadow of a terrible convulsion convulsionof convulsionot ii
of < nature instead of in the heat and andfury andfury ant antry a
1 fury fu ry of battle or after the brutalizing g
i influences in fluences of a campaign had made men menready menready met a
i ready re ady for deeds of blood and rapine rapineIf
If scores of devils in human form could couldbe couldbe coul a
be b e found in the wreck of one onesmnl1 small city cityto elt eltto i
to steal the ornaments of dead women womenfrom wcmenfrom ii
i from fr ont their bodies and strip clothing clothln from fromthe fromthe iron 0 i
the th e pitiful victims of a hurricane what whatcan whatcan wha 1
can ca < n be expected of soldiery madicnt mndj maddened nt > d by byhard b bhard I 1
hard h ard fighting and marching antI all the thehardships thehardships th e t
hardships h of war operating in an enemys enemysland enemysland enemy s i
land la nd and freed from all the restraints of ofpatriotism ofpatriotism c catriotism f
patriotism p atriotism civil law and the watchful watchfulness watchCulness i ¬
ness n ets of friends It is inevitable that the therank therank Ui e
rank r ank and file of an army ann should be made madeup mndeup mad e >
up u p of about the same sort ort of men that thatwalk thatwalk tha tt
walk w alk the streets of cities in time of peace peaceThe peaceThe
The T he good the bad and the indifferent indifferentfrom IndlfCerentfront indifferentd I
from fr ont the th point of view of morality find findtheir findtheir fin d
their t way to recruiting recrulUn stations or are arecaught arecAught as e
caught c in the net ot conscription where wherearmies when e
armies a rmies are created by compulsory comp lsory ser service
vice viceTherefore v ice
Therefore it is foolish to look for bet better better L ¬
ter t er things from soldiers soldl rs than can be er erpected e epected
pected p ecteel from the mixed population of a acity Iiclt1 i
city c ity in which the ordinary restraints of ofgovernment orgovernment t
government g overnment are re broken down more or orless orless C t
less l ess as by b a great and prostrating dis disaster disaster dix ¬
aster a ster The sole chance of preverUng the thegeneral theceneml It ie 5
general g eneral looting of captured cities is to be befound t te I
found f in the stern and strict enforcement enforcementof it
of o f discipline by the commanding officers officersAt oftlcefJAt a
At A t Tientsin and in Pekin many high au authorities am 1
thorities t In the allied forces appear to tohave tlhave I Iik Ic k
have h ave been weak or venal enough to wink winkat wInkat win ik
at a t or even take part in the pillage of the theChinese theChinese U UChinese te
Chinese Upon thorn must rest the re responslbility responsibility r
sponslbility s for scenes of robbery and anddebauchery an andebaucherv tl
debauchery d shameful to civilization civilizationIt
It remains remal s for the governments oernments of coun countrIes 11
tries t ries which have been disgraced by euch euchorgies GUchorgies nuc ii j
orgies o rgies to show where they stand by their the tr
later l ater treatment of the officers who toler toleruted tole r
I utcd tt td wholesale crimes cr niPS against humanity humanityand humanItyand hunmanil I
and a nd moral laws Christian civilization will willbe wi lit 1 I
be b e on trial before the world to some ex extent extent et C ¬
I etLfl
tent t ent in the dealings of great European Europeanstates Lfl i
states s with the men who permitted the the100Un U me >
I looting 100Un l of Pekin and Tientsin Stern pun punishment punIshment put Uit it
ishment I of all offenders would do much muchto muchto inuc h i
to t o further furtherthe the cause of human progress progresslloJJs progresslIolJ progreshal 5
lloJJs hal the ItCcordFrom Record RecordFrom
From F rom the Plttsbnrt P1tubu ChronlcleTeleeraptu ChronlcleTeleeraptuYour ChronlclTeleraphYOUf
Your Majesty Sunshine of the Uni Universe Universe Ut it ¬
verse v erse said the Mandarin of Nineteen Nlnetee n i
I Buttonholes as he prostrated himself be befere beI b bof C
I fere f ore the Emperor of China China a bunch of ofnewspapers orne t
newspapers ne n papfrs has reached r ached your temporary temporarycapital tempor temporat rr rrcapital
capital c Will you deign to hear the news newsof neW3lor net 3 i
lor of o f the outside outs world worldWhat worldi worldWhat
i What is the chief item of interest interestcsked Interestcskd r
csked a sked the monarch languidly Are Eu Europe E Eto U
rope r ope and America sending more troops to tothe totbe >
the t he Fiowery Fow Plower r1 Kingdom KingdomThey Kingdom4Thc
4Thc They are 0 Royal Sunflower replied repliedthe repliedth repS ed 1
the th t he courtier Another notber item that may in interest Interlst I n
terest t you ou Rainbow of the Orient Orient Is the thenews theneW3 ti be e
news that the Kin King 5 of Italy has been as assassinated usasslnated a
sassinated sasslnatedHas s
Has her he replied Kwanc Su with a adeep
deep show of interest Still he added addedthough adde jr jrdeep
though speaking in a modest manner I Ibelieve 1believe f
believe that I hold the record In the mon monarch monarch mo moarch a ¬
arch mortuary line lineConsult lineConllult lineColt
Consult the Gooteboue GooteboueFr Goo iooeboueFUn eloue eloueFrn
Fr FUn a the l L Latnilie iivine Cerir Journal JrruaLOno
One of the solemn brokers of Wall Wallstreet Wallstreet ss all 1
street who he send out dally advices to the thelarabe theJambe t tambe he e
larabe l oracularly says If political out outlook ot at
look l in newspapers nlWlpa r8 over Sunday Is of ofRepublican fa faRpUbUcaft
Republican R Ubltcan tenor it should bring Increos Increosed Increued monet L2
ed commission house buying buYl = g Mcoday Mcadayhe I1dt1yThis t
This is about as valuable Iuabllll as most of the theadvice thead1ce t he e
advice which comes com os from such sources sourcesThe 50urcrhe source sourcerime tIs Is 1
The political outlook ov onr r Sunday will b bof be beot beof e
of a Republican tenor In the Republican Republicanpapers PepubUcanpapers Republic an anpapers 3
papers and it will be of a Democratic Democratictenor DemotIatictenor Democmra Democmratenor
tenor In the Democratic papers The Wall Wl1Itreet W di dicrowd
street crowd should consult the goose goosebone goo goobone to tobone
He It sat beneath a sating pita pitaA painWuid Im
A Wuid 114 uU I Ize m theyre Ujirr UjirrTe uiztT tzyiwX
Te T X prer pree no trarerUg men support supportTk IU iupeflTe p tTN
Tk TN mighty Billy Bryan BryanT Drrun EryflThen
T n Then e he raised hU voice lid an t 1t sang Titi rltet r1ncWIUI gies rltetWtk I Iwall
WIUI wall WM I am eatferaHtd ellt ntkd Oil ObIIm CMiiett
Im the fottdien Iert ot tmtHng sea seaAJ me meud
AJ ny case = la AnisaUo AgoinaLloI
I trawl flu eeT er U th the Sandy plain plainAed pulnA plainAad
Aed A d try to lay the foe U k hew hew3lyeaptiTUleTeUStee v vMy
My 3lyeaptiTUleTeUStee eaptitei lavUV lore I n UK tea t when whanCzaN hen I ICan Icu
Can cu UMWJ with te the feel feelBat k knut Sets Setsiteti
Bat I tore ay E DIM DOl Ut fce bttt4 IhesUdWhen R 4 ta uW1ta oa
When we W were nearly stalled Ok OkIm otIf otIfJm 051Im
Im th 1M betustfeeted bettttfe ° traveling aaa IAnd manAd
And ay rsmft la ArJlaldo ArJlaldoMy A Againa1doMy ma14o ma14oMT
My army bears an Silts tpewta e1IeW with withXMfc 1f1thXIIdI withxaea
XMfc etwtrtsg aud applaadtat applaadtatVr appll1dllllWo applaadlngwe
we Vr also SJH Sad b lito doeseeou doeseeouMy deenneatielats e1Ita e1ItaQMte
QMte M for s sMy 4kc
My 31 Uarttiag ct less used u d ns au lean IMSTbe neThe leanThe
The late of heinz bel tainted cot OalIm 0111Im cotIm
Im the fastest ot G ali trareftcs uanltnllDd uanltnllDdd ota otaAnd nanAnd
And d cy = 1 BUS name I La AnlsiWo AnlsiWoTbe Aculu1torh1I AvmimlioTime
Tbe Time Bryaa slaa 1a1S cam cn to oar aid aidOur diS diSOur aISOr
Our treasury vas scanty xastyVe Kalltt KallttWe scantywe
We did aot K oar Dmte tlnsI tot tutWe wtWe totW
We W Jwad a frt Int04IT a ly antI aatThen antITIleD
Then be lambed lau 15 te4 Ho Bol Kef 110 hot i sad 4 fc he sang all U brite briteA fltt flttAmd gi giAM ce
Amd A 4 raaetratly ThU1 h he II1l11n4 iuH d Ob ObIm Ok Oklm Ohim
Im the Ib leader Jf < my trarHBx js JI41I JI41Ime nsa nsaAnd a aAad
And ay = y MB me Is Acsftalda AcsftaldaBaUlcwrt
BaUlcwrt aIImens Umrt Asirlcaa rl u I II
The T he totting of public publiemen men who go upon uponthe uponthe uponstump
tl the stump Into retrospectfrequeutly a adangtrous uclannrou
d dangtrous dan gtrous experience to any public man manot
o of ofvog much length of service serviceIs is somewhat In Invogue Inogue
v vogue vog ogue ue HOW among New ew Yorkers Senator SenatorChaunce
c Chauncey Chaunce Ch Chlag auncey Mitchell Depew just blossom bloss > n nInS
h InS Into eloquent activity In the campaign carnprognIs
i Is the tb most conspicuous con plcuous victim ctIm Almost Almosteveryhere
e everywhere eve rywhere that that accomplished and v vol voluble I
u uble ubi e statesman is billed for a speech the theDemomts
I Democrats De mocrats cover the bill boards uf t the thetowns
ti towns tow ns and broadsides of the local ne nepap x
p papf pap pa pers rs with sentences in black type from fromInterviews lromIntenlews
i Interviews Int erviews on imperialism Im rtallsm which he cave I1lveto
ti to toat the world two years ears ago So It was up upat
a at Buffalo Saturday Saturdn night One of the In InscrIptions
scripUons scn iptions brought to public attention was wasn
a statement of Mr Ir Depew given to a aellknown
wellknown we weton llknown Interviewer here her in Washing Whlngton
t ton during May ay 150S 1 which read If we weshould e eshould
s should sh ould keep the Philippine Islands we weshould weshould
s should sh ould reverse the traditions of this gov goveminent government
e eminent em inent from its foundation We would wuldopen
0 open op en up a anew new line of policy poUC A great d deal al l lelse
e else els e In the same line lIn Is calculated not only onlyto onlyto
t to make Democratic votes oteg but to make makethe oakcthe
t the th e junior New N w York Senator RS s shy o othe 0the
t the th e antiImperialism issue as Democratic Democraticcrators DemoerntlcoratOr
c oratOr or ators in the th Empire State are afraid of oftalking ortalking
t talking tal king free sliver sliverRichard sllerRichard
Richard R ichard Croker a favorite target of Re Rp Rppubllcln
p publican pu blican shafts Is In a similar predica predicament predlcnment
n ment me nt with Senator Depew De w for the Repub Republicans
licans he nna have found an n 1lnterlew Interview which he heIae
s Iae ga ve to a New York paper as late as Jan Januar
v uary na ry 6 6 1S99 L praising expansion tx an3l0n as the pol policy polIcy
j icy of Jefferson and declaring d l1rInl that thatEer thatvery
Every Eer E very patriotic American and every
i Democrat D De moerat in particular should favor ex tXpanslon
j panaion p assion The young oting man now as then thenmentioned he1 he1a
n a favorite topic with Mr Croker Wl Wlmentioned wa
r mentioned m In the same Interview Why Whynot W 1y 1ynot
r not no t give our young oung men raid the Tam Tammany
r many m any boss a chance to develop our new
j ly acquired possessions and build up a acountr a
c co country untry rivaling in gradeur and patriotism patriotIsrnour I
c our ou r own United States StatesMassachusetts Statesfassachusctts
S see e
Massachusetts Republicans and Mon on
t tana ta na Democrats
of the Daly brand are arenot nrenot i
r not no t the last
roses of the convention sum summer summer
mer m et There are other State conventions conentlonset
3 jet 3d et to be Providence R L I has Just jtstunturled jusi
t unfurled un furled her first first3IcKinley McKInley and Roose Roosevelt ROOiCvelt ¬
velt ve lt banner which event will be followed followednext follow1next foliow foliowxt
i next ne xt Thursday by a Republican State Stateconvention Stat StatconentJon Statnvention
convention co nvention in the same city Delegates
j have ha ve Just been elected el ted but they Delegatey will have havealmot hllfalmot havemost y
t almot al most nothing to do except exc pt to nominate i iresidential
j Presidential P electors The State election electionas i
was w as held last winter winterThe winterThe winterS
S e
The California politicians who figure fiSUr fiSUrn i
t on n election prospects devote as much at attention t ttcntion
t tcntion te ntiort to the outlook south of the Te
hachapl ha > chapl as New York leaders l aders to the vor Of Ofbeow < I j
i below be low the Harlem River Southern Call
i fornia fo rnla is a very ery acute factor in the vote voteof voteor vote S
of ofth < the State and when Democrats prevail preal1thtr I Iere
there thtr th thio ere they generally pull out with a ma ¬
jority io rity for the State ticket Some years yearsago enrs enrsago 5
ago ag aga o the southern part of California was wasa wasa wa
a a Democratic stronghold but it changed changedwith changpllwIth
with w ith boom times Four years ago the tb e
Democrats D emocrats boasted that they the would roll rollup 1011up rol
up u p a big vote uHouth south of o the Tehachapl Tehachaplat
at a t which the wise ones laughed but for foronce foronc fo r
once onc o nce the prediction came true Los An Angeles Angeles
geles g eles the chief city elt of Southern Califor CaJlfonla C
nia nb a giving Bryan Btj n a majority of 465 1i5 votes votesThe vote voteThe =
The T he State was saved to McKInley lcKlnlc by only onl onla
a scratch one of the electors in fact be beIng beIn
Ing In g for Bryan This year the Democrats Democratsare Democratre S
are a re making claims such as they made in InlSW it n
1SS3 and these claims are the basis of oftalk oftak o nf f
talk t alk some of the Democratic manager S
In the East are making that there are aresurprises Iresurprises an anurprises a
surprises s in store for the Republicans on onthe onthe ot a
the t he Pacific Coast The Republican Na Ndtloral
tional tl oral Committee is credited with having havingsent havingsent havin Nag g
sent s ent a special sp Clal agent to Southern Call Cu1lfornla I
fornia f to investigate the situation CallI Un Unusual Cnuual I
usual u sual apathy is reported there but al althourh I
though th ough that section of the State has an anerratic a a
erratic e record politically the Democrats Democratsprobably a
probably p have no special reason for ex expecting
peeling p that they can carry California for fo foIr in
Mr M Ir r Bryan BryanIn BryanIn
In the California district represented representedlw d
by b Eugene F Loud chairman of the theHouse theHouse th e
House H ouse Committee on Postofllces and andPostroads an anostroads thd d
Postroads P ostroads the Democrats have nomi nominated nominated I
nated ti nted J H Henry for Congress Con res8 who was wo 0
formerly f vice Vc president of the prune trust trustMr trustIr t
Mr M Ir r Henry in a communication to one cf cfthe orth c if ifhe
the th t he San Frtacisco Fr clco newspapers which city
in i n part is located in the Fifth district as asserted asserted at aterted I
serted s erted Trusts pools or combines in inmy Inmy i a
my r ay opinion are legitimate to a certain certainpoint certainpoint certal a
point p oint This statement with which ChaIr ChaIrman r
man m an Hanna would probably agree entire entirely 5
ly notwithstanding Its Democratic au at I Ithorshlp
thorshlp t is being ln1 used against Mr Henry Rent y yy
by b y comparison with the Democratic na national at t
tional t platform which reads Private Privatemonopolies Privat IC IConopolies
monopolies m are indefensible and intoler Intolorable F
able a ble Mr Ir Henry also says he will not tie t
vote v ote to put prunes on the free list All A
this t his hubbub however Isof little import ii
ance a nce because a great many man Democrats in I
the t he district hav have lor long had a habi MItt of vot vo t
ing i fl for Mr Ir Loud which habit they are at e
not likely to change this year yearSome yearSome
S S S SSome
Some Massachusetts newspapers not notstalwart notstalwart nc it
stalwart s In the Republican faith are cir cfrcul ci r
culating cul c tln an explanation of the delay Iola in Inawardln I
awarding awardln a contracts for armor plate for forwhich fe or orwhIch ir
which w hich the government gov rnment will pay payout out about abot it itis
JW000000 It is claimed that it would not ne t
look 1001 l well to award the contracts so soon soonafter 800narter soc
after a fter Mr Carnegies magazina article de di
I during d uring for McKInley and that the dl dlvSlon d dsion I
vision v sion of the contracts among the com OmparMs comm
ponies p arties in the pool can be made for better betterafter beth mr
after a fter the Presidential election electionThe
S S S C CThe
The Democrats in the Albany N Y t
Congressional C district are having a oat oatand Ofttand es it
and a nd do time in the selection of their theirnominee tholrImlnee the ir
nominee c It has finally tlnal1 been decided that thatMartin thatMartin Ut 11 11Martin
Martin H Glynn an amiable young oung fel fellow fellw fe ii iiow
low l ow who is a aclose close second for 01 the honors bonorsot hono rs rsf
of o f boy member of the present House of ofRepresentatives orRepresentltles atRepresentatives
Representatives shall runfor run for another anoth r rterm
term t erm EsRepresentatlve George c N No South Southwick Southwick
wick also a young oun man beaten at th the thelast ti ie ieast
last l ast Congressional election by b only a ahandful ahandful aandful
handful h of votes has been nominated by bythe bythe I Y Yhe
the t he Republicans R publlcans Mr Glynn was in a adoubtful adoubtful
doubtful d frame of mind for a long lon lime limeregarding limeftgardlni tin me
regarding r a renomination It take takei money moneyto moneyto moat moato
to t o run for Congress C ngreJs on any ticket in AI Alban 7 7bany
bany ban and Mr tr Glynn didnt have the cash cashto cujlhto cax h
to t o spare for that purpose Richard Cro Croku Cr Crker 0
ker Is generally supposed to have signi signified seige ti tittd ¬
I fled f ttd his willingness at the eleventh hour hourto hourto hot ur uro
to t o send some money mone up to Albany Alblft awl awljust rLU1I are areust
I just j ust when everybody expected Mr Glynn Glynnto GlYI GlYIto t trefuse
to refuse the nomination he deckled that ththe tb at athe
he would accept it It The Republicans P publlcaftS are arevery a avery
i very confident that the Albany district districtwill dtstrl dtstrlvifli
will 111 add one to their score re of gain this thistar tltbI iii tin tinyear
I year > tar tarThe tarThe
The old war ar horses of the th Massachu Massachusetts asllchu asllchuEtts U UsatIn ¬
satIn Etts Mugwumps UIWUmp3 who flourished in tlw tlitpubUc II
public eye in the palmy days of Mus Mu Muwumpery luJ luJwump IIg g
wumporj wump < u S get l an occasional c3flonal mention the the4ay the Q Qs so
4ay 4ys s One of th them m lately noted quite quiteextensively quiteexterlvtl quz C Cexterjivel
extensively is President Pr < sldent EH Eliot t of llr llrvan 1brIud 11
van vend Iud University The Bryan Club of HM HMton U3 U3ton fljton
ton is authority for or th the announcement an announceme ncement ncementthBt itt itttt
that President Eliot will not vote for Me 1IeKtnlf M c
Kinky Ktnlf again although lltbou h he ha bu not agre a agr agrvote Nd Ndto ed ced a
to vote for Bryan ard is not ready yt yftto ye t ttel
to join the Bryan Club Many fny Harvard Harvardproiessors HarvardprofeSorJ Ifar tel
professors who supported McKInley cKlnIIY four fouryears touryears to toycams ur
years ago tre said to be actively for fordent lorBr111 f fBryan
Bryan noW The position taken 1ir Pr Pre I Ident
dent Eliot coincide in some respect rel Ct with withthat withthat wi withat Ui
that taken by Charles Chall Francis Adams Al2lm of ofMafsaohuietts orMauachtlietU ofMacsachueettS f
Mafsaohuietts earlier In the th campaign campaignWilliam caJ1parn1U1am campaignWIlliam
William 1U1am Lloyd Garrison scion of the fa famous famous I a amous
mous abeiltionjt o civil war tim tineq lJ dnd dnda Inda g em ema
a great light in th the Boston firmament firmamentstrongly In Instrongly IAIItrongly J
strongly in favor of Bryan Hry n He too ban banin huIn hi i iin
in day days gone by been n very V Ii much of ofMixscamp a aMugwump aMawumr i
Mugwump and nd one on of the tb leaders l d6rs of ihe iheIndependent tbelooependfnt he heindpendtnt e
Independent indpendtnt moveir mov movement nnt nt in Bay State tat poll poMCracked polltiel ift ifttics
tics S C CCracked
tielCracked Cracked Cracked votes okes among political orators oratorsof oratOrlot orste Itl Itlof
of nite n te are growing numerous COY COYRoosevelts lv lvRoosevelts
Roosevelts threatened thro ttn infirmity of speech speechhas spe spehas retchbu
has been widely advertised dyertiat and Bourk BourkCockran BourkCO Bout he heCockran
Cockran CO < kran owing owl to the bungling buntIR Of th thdicaso the theIOaO t he hecmieao <
dicaso IOaO Democrats Democ who placed the th roi roittfua fOI fOIUI2m ma malydia
lydia in the wrong section of o the Auditor Audit it
hun was compelled to suspend IUI md > operfttlosjj oPtrAtt9 opergt as S
for some days Coy Und of o Minne Minnesota Mint Ifnn IfnnOta is isfota ¬
Ota one of the molt powerful Demo Democratic l D mo moera n me meeratic ¬
cratic era tic speakers 8 aken in lh the Xorthwut orthWbt uifeoi uifeoio laU laUAO ted
AO o much In the opjn Air while eccorapany zy
lag Bryan through the State that h hf ja jaunable Saunab1e Iaunable 8
unable now OW wlttout gr great tt effort to speak speakabove ap p ak akabove akabove K KMr fc
above a whisper vohlptrIr whisperMr
Mr Ir Co Cochran kf n and Representative Litti LittiJo l
field are billed u star attractions to for Uif i tIme
Jam same night In i1nneapofla ln ea OU and SL st p jUI
next rtday ttntn evenIng tlr 11 Uttle Litt1fleid ld
i 111
pm In 3linneapolta f1nntnpol1 and the 1n
Jo to havf hav have Mr tr Cockran Ip speak p ak k In boThainJL b both th CUI1 ciii 1 t 155 Os
his principal speech being tfln In Ht Ht i Il ha T Tmcttinsi ki
There II only one hall b big enough for to
Cockran crowd In fun itpne POU po And a
t t for r
that reason the Dtm Democrat rat are tr11n trying to
Mr lr
persuade CockfQ to
postpone c bLa
mcttinsi for or one week
A t DUqnlotlnr DI lelln Vector F efor of Importance In tae fl flIndQ
IodQ Iaduetrlzsl trinl sUuntlon sUuntlonFrta Sitastlonn 1fUllolJrrera
F Frta Fre n the X New v Yt yt Ysekvidence k OMHMrcM OMHMrcMEvM ctWEvidence
EvM Evidence E vidence nce that the ra raIIrM arss4a rad wfll not notpay noty ot otp
p pay pa y the steelmasiers price of IX a or orfar 0 orraU
f far < rife r1 raU Is aa afly Dr y and luwtrly aecuma aecumaIng atCImua acumuaserybody
I lag IR verybo4y terroo ly < wfco has made ma anythnr anythnrlike an anything anythinge hl r
II like lik e T rewl fn Cl and imiMirtlal iDTMtitat iDTMtitatof x xtm 1 I Iot
o of t bc tm > bjet h t Is sctMlMi that they thfYnot th tht < n nnot
n not no t aflaM a to pay It GrUy tr freak k n nrailway JraJlway nlway <
r railway rai lway nt8 ntapafwwent 1 t l Ia tke United Cftlt l 3a S SdUrln iirlar M Mdurinj
d dUrln du durinj rlar tbe put three taN has I 1nomakesi foArt foArteeonemJes1
Monemiesl eco nomakesi fus tarHelltg lftg and eonwrraMv eonwrraMva eonorvatvpolicy
a policy that now ebI osmMan WeB most t of ofmpanies u ucompanies t tcompanies
o companies co mpanies to stand flrraly firnm1 en their r rrb rrband rgbd cbt cbtand
a and an d to refoM rer IiMleAnluly htdaI > to wm wu waste t th thsttckholders hf hfsteckhoWers hetekholdera
s steckhoWers ste ekholdera money moo y by paytog pa payI stonio utort utorttte eXtOrtnprices stonioate
a ate prices for raIls into tab the pockets of t tpeel tpoet iol >
P peel peelBarring poetBarring po ol
Barring B the merely fubemeral era un untftlaty vrtly ro rotaD
tftlaty taD tau tly a aJ to the reouit ef the national nationalelection natlof1elecUonutac natiotctIoneatMa
elecUonutac eIo election ctIoneatMa om U < lD nwre re sentimevt fltlme fltlmean tj tjthan j jthan
l than th an realand the temporary tozapora embarra embarramcnts embarrament embarrarits
n mcnts ment me rits growing out of the strike in th thanthracUe ttanthracite mthracite
anthracite an thracite eoal r res regios gM there It not J1 < t I Id1squletinl rst rstdisquieting n nquieting
disquieting dis quieting factor in the coentry COG trr1 inj IJtrial it ittrial t tal
trial tri al situation today eXcePt ex ept this jrsi jrsionce l iiice h honte
once on ° ce ef the the steel man M Os n thtr arbinniv arbinnivhigh ubi rblrarvgh ra rl Y Yhl14prlce
high hl14prlce hi gh price for rails Nearly rtr tv every U r > ire ireand r IOii IOiid n nand
and ° an d steel ste l product take tak Its price from fromthe frollthe Irone
l the th e tabs schedule scMdu tad to oouequen oouequenscore oueqo no a ascore aore
score sc ore of great indwtrles are merely menl irak irakin rukIng rraykg
11 in Ing g time today simply IfImpl a waiting awalU < a woi woifrom w1m 1 1from
l from fro m the pool that would comool com a rn rnorally I tenlly n nemll
emll ora orally lly lower price level and th tbut thu < jm cUar cUarthe Cl1rthe Iare
the th e way wa for a forward movement in whukj whukjthe whi whitbe whte
l the tim e whole bole country wouW wetd w share shareA areA shareA
A A Pittsbiirg petal recites that ih ihCarnegie 11Carnegs ie iernegie
l Carnegie Ca rnegie directors Mtert that t At th they > r wu wut M Mnot nnot
not no t sell rails at t JSt 2 per ten an and nt 5 th thIf thIt tbc tbcthe <
If the railroads iastet OB that price r e thv thvwill tho thow1ll thvll
will wi ll have to make their tbel own rails raU P Pslbly psib Pbly
slbly sib si bly that might mt t be the evtcotne come Wh n nthe nthe ae
J the th e profits of one steel s eel company co amount amountIn amfuntIn am4rIta
j In a single year ear through Ute lnt Intr Introf intInsrte intInsrtepool ra e eof
c of pool price pri to upward of JWWOW JWWOWthere Q CXIOIM CXIOIMthere Oi0ceere
t there th ere Is surely surel aa a Inducement for fo tb tbrailroads t thilroads h hraU1OIds
r railroads ra ilroads to engage te the steel butin butinmore busIness buliDfIImor busInessore
more mor m ore than for the steel companies to bull bulItransportation bulltrnnsportaUon bailansportation
t transportation tr line ltD lines as threatened threatenedSteel threatenedSteel threatenedSteel
Steel pools have been broken before beforand bffoffand befored
and an d the present one has In ft it quit quitman quite ai aimany a aany
T many man m any frangible elements as any or oredecessors tu tupredecessors u upredecessors
predecessors predecessorsCASE predecessorsCASE pr edecessors edecessorsCASE
Cheerful C News i SnlU lo Huvc Seen ReccIreJ ReccIreJbr Receleedby
br 3lrs Mr lliiflibone In New York VorkXew Yorkw
j Xew Ne w York Sfelsl t te CtactwuM Ba IaaIrer IaaIrerMrs ilrtr ilrtrMrs
Mrs Maj E O Rathbone of Hamilton Hamiltonwho Hsmtltmho
who w ho with her charming c1zarmta daughter sp spin spinme > nt ntseme
s seme sc me time in New Yortt h has rrturnl t ther ti tir
her tie r home Like any true wife Mrs Ritiibone Ritii Rttxne
t bone bo ne while her here endeavored to look af r rthe re
the th e Interests of her husband who w c cntly if ifcently
cently ce ntly disposed as c director geo general Ml f fposti tsts
posti po sts in the chief city of Cuba CubaMaj CubaMmii
Maj Rathbones case Itu naa hung Arc evr evrtlnce evrnce
tlnce si nce Fourth Assistant Potm Postmaster ter Gn Gneral 1nl
eral cm l Bristow went to Havana to Inv iivet1 iivet1ateaffairs r ti tigate
gate g ateaffairs affairs there In connection with the thepostal th thstal
postal po stal department of the inland It wa waMr War
Mr M r Bristows private advice to Preaid Preetds PreetdscKinley ar arMcKinley
McKinley M cKinley who for the la last t two yww ha hahad has hasad
had h ad charge of the < postoflee busine busln54 < of ofCuba f fuba
Cuba C uba even to the exclusion of th < > Por Porofllco Po Poffice
ofllco o ffice Department at Washington thnt 1 l lto 1Maj
j to Maj Rathbones secret suspension II IIas r rwas
was w as Me Bristows formal report aftr aftrw aft aftand
w and rd that ltd President McKinley to pub publicly p pciy ¬
licly li ciy suepend Maj Rathbone RathboneThere RatleboneThere
There are many who think that MJJ MJJRathbone Mtjnthbone
Rathbone B has been more tinned ar agie agiean i t tthan
j than th an he has sinned and that he ho hat h hi hade < < >
i made m ade a scapegoat of IR order that cert eer i ipersons 1might
persons might benefit thereby politic politicand polltitl polltitlnd
a and a nd otherwise The major has In lh > pi pat paterformed t tperformed
performed p erformed substantial service for Pr Prent i ident
dent d ent McKInley Later still he wa was unf unftering unfil unfilring <
tering te ring in his allegiance to Senator Hannawhen Hanna Itantshen
when w hen Hanna sought election to the Url Urled Urid
ed e d States Senate It Is known that Maj MajRathbone M Mathbone
Rathbone R owes to Senator Hanna alui aluihis alexxeis
his h i is appointment to his position in Havana Havanaand Havanand
j and a nd the arrangements through whki whkiRathbone whlctathbone
Rathbone R wa was his own bo boss and to Ii Iitents i iintents
intents in tents and purposes postmaster gen getter getterf nl nlof
of o < f Cuba Maj Rathbone cannot leave IeavCuba leaveuba
Cuba C < uba to look after hi hie own affaire being beingpraotioally betiegractically
praotioally p under surveillance there S SMrs Srs >
Mrs M rs Rathbone it IB Mid took it upon her herself herelf ¬
self s elf to serve in his stead 9tedIt steadIt
It la i understood that Mrs Rathbone left leftNew leftew
New N ew York with cheerful news far her herhusband herusband
husband h which news was received Just Justbefore juetefore
before b efore Senator Henna left the Waldorf WaldorfAstoria Waidrfstoria
Astoria A storia for the Western branch of the theRepublican theepublican
Republican R national headquarters at Chi Chicago ¬
cago C 0
Twelve Month of Economy EconomyFrem Ecocomyream
F Frem ream Leaden TltBh TltBhA 711SheA
A little over four years ago raid raidSmlthson paulmithson
Smlthson S I mad made up my my mind that I Iwas Ias
was w as smoking too much It didnt seem to toaffect toffect
affect a ffect my health in the least but I Ithought Ihought
thought t It was W a foolish waste of money moneyand mGneynd
and a nd I decided to give it up upA opA
A very sensible idea indeed remark nniarki nniarkirownlow I IBrownlow
Brownlow BrownlowSo B rownlowSo
So I thought at the time I irun gured guredit l lout
out o it a as closely as I could hew w much 1 1had Iad
j had h ad b been en trending each day for cigar a aid aidohacco d dtobacco
tobacco t That mm m I s set t MM 4 e each ch Cy Cyand dynd
and a nd started a banking aotomit with it I Iwanted Iwanted
wanted to be able to show just txot exactly exactlyow
how h ow much I had saved by net smoking
And how did It workr work Inquired imiuireiBrownlow Inquiredrownbow
Brownlow BrownlowAt B rownbowAt
At the end of twelve months I found I Ihad Iad
had h ad 01 fI in the buk bukGoo4 IkH IkHooo
Goo4 ooo Could yea lend me meAnd maeAnd
And a few days tet later r interrupt interruptSmitheon taterrupted taterruptedxnttbsoit
Smitheon S last Thuradcy In faeth faethbank faethank
bank b ank failed YOM Yo Havont g got t a igat gu guabout
about a bout you have you youAn youAn
An pyroprlnto Kemlndcr KemlndcrFrom RetniaderPick
From Pl Pick k Me Up UpHe Uplie
He was rather a rackety young man manand mannd
and a nd kept very late bears He Ii wa was > going goingon gongn
on o n a long Journey and on bidding fare farewell tarewail ¬
well to his beloved he MM to teleor ar
Darling when I am far away wty evry evrynight evr evrnight
night I will gaze at you star and think thinkthea u uhea <
thea t hea Wilt thou tee gaz gaze at t yon star starnd t r rand
and a nd think of me meI mei
I will indeed dMrenC dearest she replied It ItI 1fanything
I needed ° ° anything to remind me of you yOu i iwould Iwould
would ehoe choose this vary star starV7hyr starWhyr
V7hyr he asked askedBoeuwe askedIt
Boeuwe it ta always out s as late at atnight atnight
night and andlooks looks w pate in th the nwrning nwrningNeed meralagred
Need red of n Democratic floriocraticljousp floriocraticljouspPtwa llousr llousrFrsra
Frsra uw f JMM4eia > Mt4 ki ReMni ReMniAs xecAsfmeetlverloadsadlsiiesifrite
As Asfmeetlverloadsadlsiiesifrite AsfmeetlverloadsadlsiiesifriteCogress fr silvef in doad leeue ee far nt ntCongre
Cogress Congre is eonoerned a as there should b bno bto
no i to legislation for UM Territurieii or f 1r 1rother > r rany
any other obje object t eoUM ef Ow Coast Coutita Coutitalieu tu tution
lieu and a as restraint ef the treats oy r i
form of tlw tariff i is a Mv MYs lease th thelection litdetion
election t o of a Democratic House of K Kr Rreoentattveas >
reoentattveas r < enUtlre > i next Novemnw to ol th ur urntMt iiteet
ntMt m eet Importance ta the eomtry Xo o rut rutt nittot
t tot r who shalt kall be Pr Prs aMM eioa fr UM u seat seatfour < <
four years a a Demoenide HOUM ali aliigortag toi toignoring
igortag i free stiver tee would j preyseit rveot ar artttttht rv rvftsrthw
ftsrthw 6xtrac exlraeassstnj < Mwt t a wl exyerunen exyerunenwith pxprimenA
with the people of tlw Terrtl rti rtiM
A SuggteIea SuggteIeaPr
Pr the bIia4a 1ie 1ieMP5
M MP5 < rs H HousekeepSea ua keep See here Ive best bestgatUngt
Ctttting a dozen eggs fra frees JAM every w wtk wtkand k kand
and Itt a every dozen talaiy Iv i foM at atJpast a aiat
Jpast two bad eats Vmua Vhtt t to to dent dentabout
ab about ttt lit litBright it itBright
Bright C ClerkSupec rkSappen ye yes aty r tak take takebait
half a dozen keriafter Maybe j you youwouldnt a
wouldnt fled s > nvajiy bad aw rn dwa dwaFrtffl 1Mm1ieuetttoou
1ieuetttoou YeoJ YeoJYrem
Frtffl tS O DtUe Detroit P PThats Pssc heeL heeLThats
Thats a bride rtd and x groom ra es rer al that thatother thatother
other table uWeH tablehew
H hew w d do ye yoo k kaw kawbooed > wt wtI
I heard aim say y that W we wuM M e dsr dsrXaasaa d r rKaMM
KaMM cor corn so t that mt aMy OMdd both > eU at atoff t toff
off the fame cob cobOood eobCued
Cued Jftwn New for Our Ileadors IleadorsTho UP ad r rWho
Who Tho have screfila crf l table ta thaw Wood Wooda W1asd
a asd d who has n set t SerofoU ofe1a la mU B Its form termcored
cored by heeds Wateartiia whka whkathopoglily
thopoglily puntflss tbi li1od This dii diiwhich
euc which fr frtosatly noe tty agpeani a 1 ci cbi cbiurp >
ur urp < m to grwtUy to be dt 4r50404 Ud It to m mtikty moe moebktoly
tikty w a aReet e t dw gtoada s St f neclc wk wkkfeo wkbeeeme
feo beeeme me ert oeitargsd rs d iid xapUea appear appearnutntly ott otthose
hose itli4 face sad th Ti ats it itqttently
nutntly a actd ct d UIMN t taneo Its lest sat satperhaps
aneo perh perhaps p In allcht jntaiteasi or o iinpie yin yinpies >
pie pies sertfuta shOa boud tn o Oi Hr < ersde ersdesalted r d deatwl
salted fro rem the jgrvtem eotIm Y t a taort tOIUVC tOIUVCcourse > u ri riqofifW
course of Hoeds nmparzIu to pitrL pitrLall
all the nJefs alwz co °
qofifW ef nuMtHK e rfvU aare aaredrain C
drain the gyrtem n > th trength anJ anJmake flJ
make exlsteoet utterly wretchfi

xml | txt