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w rtw »*• niw'i»i hat
th* r.*mm mm* l **fl*«»F «wd ***
ll* main h»thdh*« B*d dfcdaMral »»H
tmrned One bwkdrrti BWd «*»#•
t, r.w ink# IMW ewnimd Awir»iw
Aw th# pmripal MitttM* ta «b* ►*•*
w dridroved mrnm • ton* ta IM,
mm> Me loranMM*. Oft* Aw*. mo ta
the ntah*#* Wfce A** KMkd •
y.igb trartt* hat w« »*«• «t»
m m 4 Ik* •*!# pkMM- to nmai ik* •*■
««r km*, vm hi* lit*. Pkwwnra Km.
Mori*.- •«>'>)• »w badly kartrid.
The piaat ***** Mil a aUIkM Amur*.
•■4 began optawtldn Uat •■man#' The
****** iwlk M kWH* !*• T*
ONE OF THEIR MEN.
Tk* PmirhMli Stadtar* MmU
Sot Taka En»*tM
Tk* merab*.. of tk* Eighth Pa* nay I
v*«;a Raglment kav* «ak*a * bit «f
* wept ion it tk* following artiri# that
lltatM ia yeriardar a Herald *D*at
tb* mmk- ta rka R#*tm*nf* Pam
-Tk* two htmAa *r* mala. and U '*
stated by a l’*»W »aal* a*M«*r that
tmth ba*4* will try to kwt th' «*-
air of Ik* other. When Iha two bead*
mmt tk*rr «U 1 k* ww* hot mootc—
on* band playing Northern act Ik*
r:h*r Mouth*ra air*. Tk* Pennsylvania
hoy* »aj\th*y hare a htek romin*
yar.Mn Ik* Maryland boy* plana* a
ymn* m tka aan* ti ght that th-y do
Tk* l>nu»r boy* should aot Pool
"aar*" oa Th* Herald fur U»* article
aa oa* of tk* Realmenfs ow*» m n
i amt to Ik* oßo*. and gar* tka taate
tacßt. aad was wry *nt.«n»* that awch
U printed. Th* Etghth * ban* dtd aot
play any tbaoilow aira. howror bat
<>• th* eoattrarv rendered ’’Dixie ' a*
they marched I** tb* Arlington Hotel
laat night. In fact, tk* Penney sold
ier* ar* al right, and th*lr band U one
of th* lh»*»t.
Captain J. RU# Smith *»« confined
(o hi* room by tllncua yeeterday.
Mr W. H. Gag* la down from At
lanta (pending th* holiday atsaaon with
Mtaa Klla Ra* Boylan. of Whit*
piiliu. ia a pending tb# holiday* with
Mina Kthel Parka.
Mr. and Mra. Harry Robert and
t hildren, aho haw h**n th* guwts of
Mr* Chari** F. Agr*ll, have return*d
Th* boat* of fri*nd* of Mr*. William
H. Brigham ar* d*light*d to greet U*r
upon her appearance after h*r recent
revere attack of lllnea*.
The friends of Mr. M. T. Phlipot
will. r*gr*t to !*arn of bia contlnu*d
lllnea* at hi* bom*. No. 1332 Market
street. Mr. Phlipot If suffering from
)* grippe He baa been confined to
hia home for a week.
EN ROTTE TO CUBA.
Regular* Passed Through the City
Gulng to Charleston.
. A train load of soldier* from Huets
rlilc passed throtiwh the city last night
<*« route to Char'eston to take trans
port a for Cuba. Two other trains of
soldiers imssed through today at noon,.
They were regulars. During th* brief
stay raude at the depot, their band dis
coursed a bit of music.
Southern Teachers Meet.
yew Orleans. Dec. 28—The Southern 1
Educational Association was late In
convening to-day, but there was a
large attendance of distinguished ed
ucators. Rev. Dr. Sampson, of Boston
College. Texas, gave the invocation.
Professor Ha.sey C. Ives, of the St.
Louis Art Museum, was to have read
the opening paper, but his physician
warned him not to attend the Con
vention. Professor Charles W. Dab
ney spoke of the higher education of
the South. A .committee of one from
eahe State was appointed on nomina
A Sad Mission
Miss Ella B. Smith of the Western
Union Telegraph company has returned
from Washington, Ga.. where she was
called by the death of her brother, Mr.
.las. D. Smith, of that place. Her
many friends deeply sympathise with
her in her sail, bereavement
For a Federal Prison.
' Atlanta, Dec 28 -—(Special).-—Toe
'Central Railroad of Georgia offer* the
citv of Atlanta three hundred acres of
land for a Federal Prison; The prog
erty is adjacent to Fort McPherson.
THE AUGUSTA HERALD.
«U< Tilt htff Mantkc
at 10 OTtork.
krtfJwttaMS IBs* OK*« »• hot j
Tkw* tbtli hu a »w*s*m Masmm
m ttitl «f lH fl* |pm4
; KBW. Tka ala wgtmwta. tka *•*••**
; tka atgtaU toqa add tka MBUww.gg
’>ta *•*»•» •«' tab* ptuw am tka
tara* mrata put. PatlasatM la tk*
it*adgamnara Ptowt WatataHi tuiat
Amy Cat pa
• 'am# Mark east* Oa.,
Dae. It, IBM.
Ctam, Orders Ho «g
Tk- traog* eg tkks satmaait artll m
saetattad Tkaeaday Da A * »
a'ek*rk a. a* by tka jMa»r Omareal
■aad.ea adit gir* ardaea far tk* lama
Uaa of tk*tr twigada* at t ta a. as.
j aad tk*p srttl k* ta pnalUaa at * «
! a. m.
Tk* lamatioa rntll k* ta Uaa of
I awn. Tkird brigade oa tk* rigkt.
Owat car* will be tak*a to a** that
tk* ragtawatai kaada play 1a tb* **-
daar* of lje atap* par mtaat* tknmgk
oat tk* rat law
My eotaaiaad of Major Omni ffwat
John A. Harms.
j Aetna Aa*i»unt Adjutaat Oraaral.
Aa artar ha* bara taaupd that th* ao
rta* Firm brigade will tans their
dprtagftaM rifle* o»er to the com man
i der of tka arsenal, aad recta re Krmg-
Jrgaaaaa riflaa. Tht* look* a*
‘ though tk* troop* here will be kept
1 la tb* aarrirv and In nil probability go
; to Cab*
Tka entire nrtgmd* artll ha fitted out
with Krag-Jorgeaaen rifle* today,
starting with tk* Tklrty-ftfth Mlcfct
Capt. Ptarer of Co. cl* officer of tk*
U. Caldwell la commander of the
Mare <4 Co. K and Martin of the j
saraa company ar* the orderlies to th*
Uaoian *ni Constabl*. at Co. C. from
, alck to df.ty
Sergeant Bran*, of Co. G. from duly I
Sergeant dhoop. of Co. B has berei
Captain Port*! of Co. O. la officer rtf
LletManant Constable of Co. C, ta
ottcer of the gintid
| Headquarters First Brigade, First Di
vision, Second Army Corps, Camp
j Commanding Officer First Maryland
Regiment. United States Volunteers
Sir—The Commanding General di
rects that the Regimental Commander
; have the Company Commanders, be-
I beginning with the companies of the
i Tbtrty-flfth Volunteer Infantry. In
! readiness to turn In the Springfield ri
de*. together with the bayonets, scab
bars. bells, etc . to the Augusta Ar
senal. The commanding officer of the
Augusta Arsenal will, when the arms
ere stacked at the Arsenal, return an
equal number of Krag-Jorgecsen ri
fles and equipments. It Is the desire of
the Brigade Commander, that the Com
pany Commanders - have the rifle*
cleaned and oiled before they are turn
i ed in Very respectfully,
D. G. BERRY.
! Asst. Adjt. Gen. Ist Brig., Ist Dlv.,
2d Army Corps
Dies tens ftt Evans, of Co. I. siting ’>r
j his meo. gave the Chtef of Police 23d
I loaves of bretid for distribution among
Captain Sanda. of Co. A. Is officer • f
Lieutenant Hammimd, of Co. K, !»
commander of the guard.
Captain Seantor returned this morn
ing from sick leave.
lieutenant puffle, of Co. K, Is offi
cer of the day;
Lieutenant parr, of Co. G, is com
mander of the guard.
Corporal Rile}', of Co. G, has return
ed from sick leave.
Eckert, of Co. H. has been detailed
to the Hospital. as cook.
The aick call la gradually growing
lees every morning. Colds and rheu
matism are all tbal is suffered.
Captain Corwin, of Co. H, is officer
of the day.
Lieutenant. Murphy, of Co. C. is offi
cer of the guard.
i w H. Smith of Co D. has return
ed rrotu a furlough
Corporal Coons, of Co D, and Pri
vate Parry, of Co a, returned yester
; day from Florida
5 >i t»n*Jh Wilson. of On. v has re-
Mened on amount of 111 health.
I '■ ""
AUGUST A. GEORGIA. WEDNESDAY. DEC. 38. ISSB.
OW «T TWb Wdtilr*. in tka mitf
hata.M. N M -The Am* dm
‘ 4emn* grraagnd htaaeoa H.««asi» a
*aasmkat of tka irawea hasoae as tka Bat,
•ad M* nfftat aad tk# wnaadn «f
i Hama tanaffv tka NanaartaM premthf 1 .
*r*swtaf «mt at a dt*p»»* *u»l attaMP
Had ta'twa<i|. th* two prtartpaia tmak
plaw lodaa hatwaom Itatwa r#|*»**ty.
■MW of aotlutaal daNsa*. aad
Canttat Karatya Ptatsd* mow Mai, bat
1 tka anraante# wa* khaudlsw Fdjar
aary mumo* M* eppwaaat aad tk* pta
tad at Kam'.ra mtnaad fr* Lmtor.
j Handy • aansad. Oa>*ri end Horan*
wth *#«rds. la tka Btdl *m***ai*r.
i dnnear* anMNita hand Allay
th* wtwa* waa kwamd «p tka data ail
maimed and damn* waa again am
’■ eerety w mndsd oa Ik* head . Tk* aar
oad* then mapped Ike fighting and a
re# asset Halloa fat lowed
A~it 55IAN PRINCE.
Me Caret** Important lafarmatla* ta
Nan Fraacl*ro, Dee. 3*. -Orend Duka
! Cyril VladuniraatUh. of RoaaU. Brta
roaala of tka CMr. la a gueat ot th*
I Pataca Hotel H» b** routs to at
1 ivtrrabur* Th# Prtnre ha* been *ta>
Honed In China during U»* pant year,
wgaaad In naral dot) Although not
deffaittay annooneod. there ia no doubt
hot rhai th# Prince rareim to th* Cur
full report* upon the condition* now
eilattag In Chinn with reference to the
operation* of the post ora of the world
For aswerat rear* Ruaaia saaHitalned a
powerful fleet In the Orient, and (or
nearly two <r«at* the Prtau* has been
studying th* situation. The Prince
rial lad Maolla Re apeak* In the htgh
eat term# of the arhleremeat* of tbo
St. Loula. Dec. S*. —The Matement
la a dispatch from New York to the *f
fetfW that the Ulggett A Meyer* Tnhar
cs> company of thla rlty will be ros«i|-
ldated with the Union Tobacco compa
ny. the purchase price being placed at
twelve million dollars, la emphatically
denied by Col. M. C. Wet more at the
bead of the former company.
Orovtll*. Calif.. Dec. 2*. Tho*. J.
Grubbs, aged 40, and Harry Roberta,
aged 70, fought a duel with pocket
knives. at Mooretown. Grubb* liter
ally hacked the aged victim to death,
and was himaelf shockingly wounded
about the face and neck. Grubb* *as
Dead Men's Features.
Experiment# to reproduce dead men's
features from their skulls are being
made in Germany. Tho method pur
sued is that proposed by the late Pro
fessor Hie, of to reconstruct
the face of John Sebastian Bach. At the
University of Grax the skulls of crim
inals who have been executed are used.
Casts of these will he taken in plaster,
and given to different persons to treat
according to the rule* laid dowu. The
results will then he compared with one
another, and with photograph* of she
original owners of the skulls, taken
either before or after death. Should
they prove al all successful In obtain
ing a resemblance there is likel" to be a
painful rumaging among the hones of
the great men of the past.
A Remarkable Country.
In Iceland there are no prisons, and
the Inhabitants are so honest in their
habits that such material defences to
property as locks, bolts and bars nr*
not required. Yet its history for the
past thousand years records no more
than two thefets.
Of these two cases, one was that of a
native who was detected after stealing
several sheep, but as he had done so to
supply his family, who were suffering
for want of food, when he had broken
his arm, provisions were furnished to
them, and work was found for him
when he was able to do it, and mean
while he was placed under medical
care; but the stigma attached to his
crime was considered, sufficient punish
The other theft was made by a Ger
man, who stole seventeen sheep. But,
as he was in comfortable circum
stances and the robbery was malicious,
the sentence passed upon him was that
he should at, one.; sell his property.—
Captain - Bond, of Co. I. Is officer of
Lieutenant Eofcies, of Co K, is com
mander of the guard
Captain Barrows, of the Fifteenth
Minnesota, Is officer of the, day of the
Opstritl Is rum. of the Ten* Okie, is
Brigade Officer of the Day.
>**M Kklgpi MMfcfatgfc M M|
It In l*ia»i
n* maa nit* th* Tkird »d«ta»i
I wdsst* *" Awgwia
The wad Mnita «ks death egkwwaa
Nctaard mi# >Mdk at fytwa tlataed
■ Msitat wd* pecetaad he** *hM mar
MM ■ The arp*a *** aats* a »h*» a ta
‘the assay r+flß* as 'M* *•»>«•«
t -wa* man. ie ta w*a am arwMtata that
h* had kwta A. A
Ksrtss't Ktaahswo*« ta# taee* MkM
■tarita* ataan ha eataated in IN tktrd
artlUerv *f ragmlnr*. and had l»*n g»o*
lirnta .«* Tvtwe (Stand with the ttauad
Man# that tnna.
Ataaat thaw* sasetaa *#». a# *dd tartak
*n with lyyhatg gavwr aad had had* Mi
th* peat taeanl'at «»• loot otter
naan, shmtk edamsad Mai **d th* mas*
. a*4teen w*M Mr M* Mat mg caH
Taostf Tttani i **gta wo* ahong M inn
'ta ad* M# had *pe«H <na*t ta hta Ilf*
to Aagnat*. when* M* made away
"\T~. a araSher ta Mr. Fmith
Kimtw«w*k. twaPtaatawr at ik* Augwm
ta •*rinse Hank.
A amthar aad mmar ah«> aarvtva him
Mi* tool her bad been ItvtM at Reck
Hill. ». C.. and taft that ptao* last *f
larwwm «<* racglpt ta a lumpy*** an
kwan ins in* dsgith ta her map. Mr* out
Office in Maiaagak thla nftatMW'ta.
, TV remain* Will be »*' ugH' •» *•'
ga.ia loswnva morning, sad lb# la*t
and men sin ta conducted 4mm tat
Paul* Church at It oriotai tiswmw
T. ih# giita mtHtaen riMattvee th*
deepc. *ym*Mky la c«tcnd*d A da*
tpehmeni fKuh U»# peat «»». no doubt,
MM#rr i •he remsmr her*.
Th# fbllowipg gentlemen will net aa
pall bearer* Meaars Ales. Cranaton
W. K. Miller. A. H. Ruaacl Brnnk
I arts*. Rnbt coffin Dr Fargo snd Dr.
SENATOR MORRILL DEAD.
He Aw»t ii kb Earlj Hn«r
Hr Waa i* Ike sloth Year ol Hta
WruhlsiloQ, D. C . Dec. J*.—A#
pn.phcelcd in theae diapatchea yester
day. Hon Justin d. Morrill, the #•- j
nlm United tamtes senator from Ver
iue-iu. dle<l at l:M o’clock thla morn
tad Mi the mh year of tat# aa*. after
•a lllneaa of lam than a »%*k. With
him a ben th# and cape were hi* stater-
In-law. Ml** Louise tawnn ; his son.
James. Mr. Menja min Durfe.-, for a
bint: time asaootatot with the senator
In finance committee work at th* c*p-
IPM. and Cotfmel S. E. Chamberlain,
an Intimate frelnd. Senator Proctor
waa in th. houtar at the time, at were
also never al other friends.
The senator never recovered from the
unconscious state into which he lapsed
early In the day. and his death wa#
calm and oeaceful.
The Immediate cauae "f his death wa*
Mflfdd tdtflril A4#4 it U«»r Ilf
Umnf i# Ihion m Itm.
tkev Atay H Now A**K* Tkasta fli.paa
a Yattf t* lh* Isilwm
Mem U* . Da* 3*. Tka Whtahay I
Heavy* Aassmmtiata ta Mm* proavwt- |
eg a pattatam la fkatmeti ****** <h*i
tk* Kauai I •*•<** itadta** h* red seed from
fltd* ia KKd* or Maw Mr th* naat veta
It te wad liv lead that r - twiHtam la
atsnad b* p*nrU#wily Imjk taMdl
daalerv thouth it ia ht\.' a»m#
ta them doubt the wtadotiPTYk# tnave
Theae Pmtta ta Nt that by twdtaMtg
lh* tlrtnae <h*t will (lata - he (ask
tag capita' for Ike prahtMitamlst*. a*
many ta tb# Mtlar have openly aipr***-
tk* hop* that tka Hgtata man #4 • »
mak« »urh a mtattaha,
Tka Il#ttor me* eMm that tk# pr#w
•Mtat** them la a hnrdtahtp amount
lag. •* M dona. In atmta It.gsta tar the
average ataktota DT this amooat. Pad
goes to tk* ritp Tb* dipt* licetms baa
recently bean reduced «M making th*
fftatc **4 county license tor newt year.
|2«d The Oovayammii tlctaine I* t».
bat in addition to thla. th# aakmn me*
pay It tat on every barrel of beer, be
sides a stamp ta* on rignm. wlnew
atr, which for the ******* aeloon
meana from f»M to K*«i annuatlr
The meat promtneof liquor mew say
(key do not object to the awwt rigid
restrictions, but th** do aot think a
hardship should he Imposed on ih# r*p
nisb'c dealers In order '«> leeaen the
number us dive* etc. They any that
the proper way t* for the Mayor and
; Council to rafus* to taaur n Itrenac io
a dive keeper at any pries They ad
, mil that thars ar* aeveral *u<h place*
'la Macon wow. and they say theae
iehould not be ll.enaed again But. In
the meantime, they think the burden
! placed OB the reputab # dealer should be
One promtnem dealer said that he
.knew of al leaat tsu aaloon That would
: go out ta hoatneaa on the Br*t day of
'January. If the llrenae remain# a* It la.
Card of Thank a.
Me Uay. chwirmwn ta ih«- relief com
mittee a' the strikers in \\>#t End. da
jslrs- to leturn thunks to th. (list Mary
land regiment# for the favor* hi# com
mittee had received from them In the
past few days, and especially to 00. 1
of that regiment.
A Mountain Tumblea.
London. Badland. D*r. 2*—Pari of
Red Rock mountain, according to a .1l»-
patch from Airolo. Swltacrlund. has
fallen int.. Atria, destroying the hotel,
and several huuse*. Three persons wi re
Claimant tc Million# Die*.
London. England. Dec. s*. Mra.
Saunders, the claimant for twenty mil
lions left by an uncle, named Leake.who
died intestate In America, died recently
'Field hospital at bloody word, san juan creek, from harpers Weekly
A root A Dbawiko *■!«'* Lll-b KY P«««Me «r*CM*o* Reproduced from Harp W«k(y. By PeriniMioa
, a . Copyright, 1808, by H»rpcr A Brother* 4
RED HOT SATIRE IN I
THE AU6USTA CHRONICLE!
Ttf M*«t MißCihl ( art ts Air lfcr<
Mill i adUMfltralttafl' fttfllH
. Ih TIBI Riper r*WB
! "Tk# idea ta • Few M mkww Altatay
ta Wbmm cantata Head. YryMt »•
*4rib* Agnkata smh Pwsvt# ** tk*
Pra# Ids at* ta Owe /MM*** .>*t**h
Han* tk* Negvwua ta Owr city Uri.
Tkad Prwswa le Yarn that tk* ftW
tVspt* C«a th« amh*Cwt*n Pay ’
••hi Ar* Tired ta hewing l ectors
ttarts liveased aa thsr Umsgblerv
••Mars* Ik* Factery People Bash
Th* lo.lowtas commaalrwDo* ap
wared la th* (tauanaa ta our morhing
To tk* Mltw ta Tk# ChriNtart* Atr
—You have been publishing • STVtat
mans write)** on tb* mill situation # t
would Ilk* t* any n Nw word* myaetf.:
Now I thlnh the praeldetata of the mill ’
have dun# start!y right. Tb* Idea ta j
a few worker*, many ta whom ran am
read trying to strtk* against such pao
pl* a* Ik# prvsldanta ta our mill*' I*
w*n# fanny to roe Th. action tal
lh# whutesaie groear# *u right. They 1
ought to stares lb* mill op*raliv*a out i
They are the poorest paid wetahnen is
die city—-th* most illiterate workosai.
In th* city' What right ha** thay to
rid# on the sireal car*, *s to th* lb#
atr*. or haa# auy of tha lugurte* ta Ml*
in the i tanking gad food tin#? Why.
thay can Hv* on titty cents a day and
ttav* plenty of fat meat and corn brand
to ant. Thay Haven't the right to **-
perl to rcrid* In anything but a bouse
through which the triad and rain beat.
Thay ar# the v-.moron people. l*»oh
bow tb* negroes of our city !|v# that
prove* tp you that the mill people can
lira oil sixty cent# a d*y, and a gr*wt
deal lee* if the mill president* Dad It
necessary for the well*re ta th* starv
ing to death gtockholder* to make sm
other reduction. I am a gentleman,
and I believe in everybody stopping In
hia or her place; and the operatives ta
(be mill should do this. Why, von
sec some us the factory girl* down
town dre#s#d as well aa soro# of the
beat ladles of the city. Some of
them are Just aa polite and rounded in
their speech Now. people of Augusta,
is this right? Ought nor their wages
be cut so that they cannot wear* such
fin* clothe*, thereby making a disiinc
thm between factory girls and our beet
T believe the presidents of the mill
are right. They aee that something
Is wrong, snd generous, noble minded
men that they are. they have taken it
upon themselves to right this wrong.
I «nv the whole city of Augusta ought
to praise them. The cltiaens of Au
gusta who have contributed to the sup
port of the striker# ought to be put lh
Jail. They are no better than the tink
»s> any# a *#♦*?*
10c A WEEK SS.OOYE/I
I Th* mui pewstaMrt* did right, law
t «t an taw. m bwdripg «m tk* Mb**
' p»N# and Augusta bauds Dam uu*n.
*»*»»• the want# ta ikes* until Ikffl #»-
♦die tan >*M* a dny Mr PvugMMl at
*b* Milie | ## anpSlkM* Witt frm- (•
this toot Mrs* ta triiuhla fkw/gp#
bit sratiriueu ta th* fit*! watta I- |
I re* that h la u«» was* tw «*dp «♦»*#•
ing 'he brier# b>Mesa tbaawMljM
<er Mu **e« ta aostety. yuu have Mil
triad taiu a work ta vharity that wtlll
; team*** t» vow# er. rteatlhg htaMT.'
OeWldUriU I tut roy Wei Us VOU t
| a*y a# aught to start saury ouo ta ywd
praatiieai* ta the UhMad Wat** Ttna
era aa bone# to aa. Yam bare außnNMt
much, aad bMtM«d are they who -ednru
i ibsdr suffer twa wttbowl a awnar,
hiarve Ibose fartory people faurli to
w.irb they daws#** to he drive* buck
lib* so m*av <#tti*. that* ary opta*
Hera I want t* *ay a word to im#
OSSVE beau ta Ward Mhd They kerw
bee* mabing too murb peuftt off ilw
Miod, The opurattvaa have bud urn
mm h nsouey to spend We M* going
Ito rogk* tt hnt for you people Well
I hkv# truupgay statu* hi ibe near fa
tare Thea you'll be ta M. I gu#ee
you'll wish you hadn't evatpaihtwd
with the rtrlkera You gfe aa heller ,
< ksa fnrtary operatives say way Tow
, ought to he made to sand .>ur e hildren
| to tb* factories ami esc wilt make yaw
do It eat. You ar* not good enough
to k s# the ground oO whleh the preat
rtenu ta the mill trend. That's a)K I
bate to say to you.
Now. Mr President*. In conclusion,
I want to any to you that you bav*
tb* sympathy of the beta people ta the
city. We arc tired ta seeing factory
girls dressed •* well aa our daughter*.
You are nice gentlemen, all of eoa.
Gentlemen. b#cp nn the fight. Tour
cans* I* lust. The *t ark holder* are
all with you. Htocklralder#.
From The Chronicle, Dec 2*. Ikffl,
SATOLU TO VISIT AMERICA.
Pope Wishes to Show Sympathy
W ith 1 »pension
Rome, Dec. it.-I< I* said that Car
dinal flatolll will vieit the United State*
surly l» the new year. At the’vatichi>
It Is admitted that hi* eminence con
iemplates such a trip, hut all inquirer#
are gravelj- assured that it I* due en
tirely to the urgent call* of private bu
It in it y safety he declared that the
cardinal has no private huridgss In Am
erica which could not comfortably l-e
arranged by mail. The Pope la well
known to he anxious that there shall
be no doubt In regard to his benevolent
and symuathetlc interest In th" new
American policy of extension. In re
garj to which It seems misrepresenta
tions have been matte in Interested
.Moreover .the gt#nt i-hsnge in the po
litical lies tiny of Cuba .Porto Klco and
ihe Philippines neceaaitate* rndiaa! re
arrungementa In the system of church
government, and the Pope ha* an idee
ihdt such changes rnuld beat he mad-
In a friendly If unofficial co-op*ratten
with tb# Washington government.
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