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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 May 1910

TIIK WKATHEIt On Friday, fair weather anil slowly rising temperature will prevail, with light northwesterly to westerly winds. V r X" if tc K" t? K1 af jo jc tc jc j tr i? & Scml-Wcekly Founded v' 1908 w - v, Weekly Founded. 1844 J J' Jf K" Jf JO r :r SC C K jf jf W"f trn PrvDiil-ii sf V. REPUBLIC PARTY v & r 67th YEAR. HONESDALB, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1910. NO. 42 t S EY LE RINN DCEMT fury Finds Accused Man Not Guilty. SPENDS TODAY AT HIS HOME. Murder Trial Ends In Acquittal of Suspected Man Brother, Detained at Witness, Also Freed De fendant's Story. Atlantic City, N J., May 2C.-nnv-lns escaped from the shadow of the electric chair, William Seyler passed today quietly, surrounded by members of his family. Some of his friends, who from the beginning had not believed him guilty of I he cruel murder of Miss Jane Adams, called nt his house to con gratulate him. When the jury In the murder case brought In Its verdict of not guilty In the old courthouse nt May's Landin...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 May 1910

Tin: cmzr.v, kiiiuav, may ar, mio. TELLS OFj riAUDS Spitzer, Pardoned, Exposes Sugar Conspiracy. ROBBED NATION OF MILLIONS. Convicted Dock Superintendent of American Sugar Refining Co., Back From Prison, Tells All Salaries Paid "Discharged" Men. ICow York, Muy 24. It leaked out to. day tbat the federal nuthorltles are preparing to make more Important ar rests In connection with the sugai frauds and that men of wealth are under surveillance to prevent their be coming fugitives before the time ar rives to take them Into custody. For the first time the complete story of how millions were stolen from the government by means of sugar weigh ing frauds was told from the witness etnnd In the United States district court by Oliver I,. Siiltzer, recently a convict In the federal prison nt Atlan ta and before that for n long term of years a trusted oiliclal of the Ameri can Refining company and Its parent corporation, the Hnvemeyer & Elder company. Spitzer, who had served one-quarter of th...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 May 1910

THIS CITIZEN, PHI DAY, MAY 27, 1010. Battle ofJCod Harbor. Following 1b the description of tho battle of Cold Hnrbor, which took place fortyslx years ngo,. Juno 1, 1S64, ns written by tho late Colonel A. H. Fenn In tho Soldiers' Itecord of the town of Plymouth: "Tho batUe of Cold Harbor and tho part which our regiment took In !t de serves more than tho mere passing sketch which I am nblo to give It. "It Is tho ono day which of ;ill others will never be forgotten by those of us who snrvlved It. Co'onol Kellogg frequently said while In the fortifications that he wanted his regi ment to bo baptised In blood, but lit tle did ho foresee the nwful terror and severity of that baptism. In that en- Gen. O. 0. Howard. gagement and almost entirely within the space of half an hour we lost 111 killed. 179 wounded, 3 died In prison. "The regiment lay In mass under shelter of a hastily constructed breast work about four hundred yards dis tant from the front line of the enemy whose sharpshooters an...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 May 1910

TlIK CITIZEN, FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1010. THE CITIZEN ruBLifiiir.n Err.nt wedneshay and Friday bt TIIK CITIZEN rOtlMPHINO COVrANT. Knteredas sccond-olnss mutter, nt the post nlUcc. llonesdnle. I'n. SUBSCRIPTION ?1.50 K, II. lIAUDKNliKKOH. PRESIDENT W. W. WOOD. - MANAGKIt AND SKC'Y DIRECTORS I C. II. DORFL1XGER M. II. ALLEX. UCinV WILSON. E. R. 1IABDKNPBIUUI. W. W. HOOD. FRIDAY;, MAY 117, 1010. The fnrmer nctunlly pays n prem ium for bnd roads. He pays It In time expended In getting to market; In value of drafting animals and the food they eat, and In the extra hands for their care and handling; In In creased number of vehicles and wear and tenr on them, and In the decreased product of land that has less attention and care. If the country had a system of smooth and hnrd highways It would blossom like a rose, and prosperity would follow In the wake. "Nothing adds more to the attrac tiveness of a town, and make a bet ter impression upon visiting strang ers, than newly painted residences, nea...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 May 1910

THE CITIZEN, FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1010. STOVE WOOD Will deliver In Honesdale hard wood, split, at $2 per cord; J1.75 per cord If not cut. George Erk, Seelyvlllc. Bell phone. 42tC. BIDS for bridge construction will bo received by the County Commis sioners nt their olllco until 10 a. in.. Juno 8, 1910, for the building of the following concrete bridges: 42 feet spnn over Holllster creek, Dnmns cus; 32 feet span over Paupack creek, near Holllstervllle; 10 feet arch nt White Mills. Plans and specifications arc on exhibition nt the Commissioners' olllce. 41t3 FOR SALE Honesdale National Bank stock, 23 shares, or any part thereof, at $ 1 C5 per share. Warren P. Schenck, Honesdale, Pa. WANTED House or apartments for small fnmily. V, Citizen ofTlce. 2t WANTED A man to work on fnrm. Apply to L. G. lloff, Cherry nidge. B. F. D. No. 2. 3Dto3. FOB SALE House containing ten rooms and bath, 30G Fourteenth street, Honesdale. Dwelling In ex cellent condition. All modern im provements. FRANK STElN'MANtf ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 May 1910

'Xllli CITIZEN, F1UDAY, MA 27, 1010. FARMS : i Profitable Stock. Wo nro ilally loiuing in contac t with the products of t ho dairy cow tn one form or nnother. Tims It Is to the in terest of tile owner of the dairy breed of cuttle to carefully select uulinnls when lnylng a foundation for his herd which will yield him the best profit, not only selecting animals which are from n good healthy stock, but animals which are pood profit producers or, in other words, that yield a How of milk containing Milllclent butter fat to war rant the. animal worth the while of keeping upon the premises. While it is always essential that ani mals bo well fed and cared for, it is oftentimes found that the animal pro ducing the largest amount of milk is not necessarily the animal which de vours the most feed, and for this rea son the owner should learn the tem perament of each Individual nnd feed It accordingly. In this way realizing profits which might otherwise be wast ed. Dr. Dnid lloberts. For Wormy S...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 May 1910

TH13 CITIZEN, FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1010. jgfaturday Qight fNalkc y Rev F- davison yUlllJ Rutland, Vt AT THE KING'S TABLE. International Bible Lesson for Miy 29, 10 (Matt. 14:13-21; 15:29-39). Dr. Quiet nnd Dr. Diet are two very good physlclnns. Rest nnd Rc'resli ment are about the extent of their prescriptions, but multitudes can at test the efficacy of the treatment. The world baa been a long time learn ns what was well-known nnd constant!' practiced In Palestine by tho Gront Physician centuries ago. it wa3 His custom after an itinerant preaching trip, after an exciting experience with great multitudes In the metropolis, teaching and preaching and healing labors which taxed his physical sys tem to Its capacity, and tore the nerves of His disciples Into sdireds to take a boat ride across the lake of Galilee Into the solitudes of the oppos ite shore, nnd In the wilderness, "far from tho madding crowd," or In the mountain fnstnesses, breathe tho heal ing nlr of the highlands and take In st...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 27 May 1910

THE CITIZEN, rill DAY, MAY 27, 1010. A CHAT WITH OUR NEIGHBORS iO00COO0XOO000OOO0OOOOOOOO0OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOO0Ou PLEASANT MOUNT. The commencement exercises In connection with the High school will begin by a service in tho Presbyter Ian church on Sunday evening, May 29th. The baccalaureate sermon will be delivered by Uev. William Usher, of Unlondale. Special choir to furnish music Tor Sunday evening service. On Tuesday evening, May 3l8t' a drama, "The Old New Hampshire Home," will be given by the High school pupils, under the direction of Prof. Kennedy. Cast of charac ters for play as follows: Mr. WInthrope Will O'Hara Mrs. WInthrope Sadie O'Neill Edward Van Duscn .Prof. Kennedy Oliver Stanhope .... Ralph Uenson Zeb Walklns .... Clarence Moasc Micky Mullins . . Harold Wildensteln Moses Gazenskl . John Brcnnan, Jr. Rawllngs Raymond Perham Mable WInthrope . . Ruth Kennedy Tilly Jennie Doyle I Mullins Mildred Spencer Dr. Wlvall's orchestra of Forest City, will furnish music for the d...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 June 1910

TII13 WI5ATHKK On Wednesday fair and partly cloud)- wcnthrr, nnd on Thursday partly overcast and wnr mcr wcntlicr. tr ic K" tc tc c to. 1? jc to if tr r & s Vic ? " J jo v tr j tc ' ic t? r 't. k Wayne County Organ v . . Scml-Wcckly Founded 1908 - Weekly Founded. 1844 ' REPUBLffiafj PARTY 2 J4 ,t 0 67th YEAR. HONESDALB, WAYNE CO., PA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1910. NO. 43 Cttott MEMORIAL HONESDALE GOOD SPEECHES MADE Memorial lay Was Observed' in the Maple City ly Both Young nnd , Old. ' The day was perfect, being warm i and pleasant. The streets were well filled with people whose interest is manifested In the survivers of the Civil war by attending the obser vances of the day. that is devoted to keeping fresh .the memories of their departed comrades. The booming of cannon on Irving Cliff, as a re minder that it was Memorial day, was the signal for displaying flags and bunting from many homes and busi ness places. Soon the old veterans began to assemble; Comrade Ben. Gardner coming fr...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 June 1910

THK ClTIZKiT, WHDXKSDAY, JUNK 1, 1010. WASHINGTON LETTER By CARL SCMOriEl.I). Special Corre pomlcnt. Two statues recently unveiled nt tin capital wero dedicated to the memory Vt two Polish heroes who distinguished themselves in the wiir for the Inde pendence of this republic Tliaddeus Kosciusko and Cnslmir 1'ulnsUi. Tho Pulaski statue, at Pennsylvania ave nue and Thirteenth street, has been erected by authority of an act of con cress; the Kosciusko statuo In I-nfn-yetto square, is tho gift to the people of the United States from the Polish National Alliance of tho United States, the greatest Polish organization In the world. Statue of Kotclusko. Thaddeus Kosciusko came to Amer ica in 1770 and took a prominent part In tho Revolutionary war. He served under General Gates in tho campaign that ended In tho surrender of Bur goyno at Saratoga. It was, in fact, the superior knowledgo of this Polish friend of the American colonists, American historians agree, that con tributed considerably ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 June 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1010. DESERTED POGBl'S "I wonder what's tho uintter nt I'o gram's," snld Davo Hlughnui to his wlfo oas morning ns ho stoMl n) front of tho house looking down p-ei tho corn to tho rear of Pogrntn's I turn. "Thnr hnln't no life about the piacj nohow, nn thar hain't been none slnco Thursdny." "You Jlst mind your own business, Davo Illnghaui, an' let other people's alone. You know the trouble you got Into by Investigating the Partridge af fair. Like enough Pqgram's gone a-shootln' or Bomethln'." "But thar's such a deathly look about It. Pogrom never leaves his placo 'cept nt reg'lar times. lie lives thar nil alone nn' Is jlst In n condi tion fur a Orst class murder. Now 1 think of It, night afore last I henrd a shot In that direction right In tho mid dle of the night an' somehow I felt as ef a ghost had passed." "Well, why don't you go down an' see about It?" "Iteckon I hain't got no time." The truth was that Ilinghaiu was a superstitious man, with a horr...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 June 1910

TIIK C1TIZHN, WEDKKSDAY, JUNK 1, 1010. THE CITIZEN rUBUBIlKD EVERY WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY SY THE CITIZEN rDDLIfllltKO COMPANY. Kntered ns second-class matter, nt the post olllce. Ilonesdnlc. l'n. SUBSCRIPTION 11.50 K, H. UAHDKNI1KKU1I. l'KKSIDENT W. W. WOOD. - MANAOEH AND SKC'Y DIUECTOllS: C II. DOnFLlNOER M. R. ALLEN. HENRY WILSON. E. H. HARDF-NHEROII. W. W. WOOD. WKDN'KSDAY, .1UXU 1, HMO. "What would wo not give," says one of our llrst settlors, "for the uncloyed appetite of youth! Here nm 1, tired of chicken nnd sick of roast beef, but my young son comes In from school In the afternoon and asks for bread and butter. He goes from the kitchen to the dining room, eating one slice and carrying three more, which he arranges in front of him on the dining room table at equal distances apart, one back of the other, in columns by companies, a whole batalllon of joys! As he eats, he moves up the reserves nnd Is .happy happy on bread and but ter. Oh happy youth!" Admiration alone will not run...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 June 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, .IUNE 1, 1010. WW 1 CENT A WORD COLUMN DESIRABLE property von SALE Residence of the late H. C. Hand, located at the corner of Cnurch and Eleventh streets; 75 feet on Church street and 120 feet on Elev enth street, together with house and barn. For Information concerning nhovo property, address W. II. Stone, Court street, Honesdalo, Pa. 43m2 STOVE WOOD Will deliver In Honesdalo hard wood, split, at $2 per cord; J 1.75 per cord If not cut. George Erk, Seelyvllle. I3ell phone. 42tG. BIDS for bridge construction will 'jo received by the County Commls- ulnnnro nt tlinlr nfltrn 11 lit 1 1 10 n. m.. Juno 8, 1010, for the building of the following concrete bridges: 42 feet j span over llolllster creek, Damas- cus; 32 feet span over Paupack creek, near llolllstervllle; 10 feet j arch at White Mills. Plans and specifications are on exhibition at the Commissioners' oltlce. 4 lt3. FOR SALE Honesdale National Bank stock, 23 shares, or any part thereof, at $1G5 per share. ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 June 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, iUNE 1, 1010. The Scrap It Made His Wife Laugh. At breakfast she said: "Dearie, you know the plumbers nre coming this morning mul the water will bo shut off a couple of Onys. We'll need vouio up In the bnth r o o iu, a n d I thought you could carry up a few bucketf uls from the cistern and 1111 the tub." "All right," he replied. lie had found the best w ay to h a v o peace at homo w a s always to agree with li 1 s HE BTAIITKB TO W0I1K wlf0i "You get the buckets, wlfcy, and I'll get busy right away," ho told her. She found a couple of palls, and ho started to work. A dozen or more buckets of water bad been poured laboriously Into the bathtub "when on his next trip he found her waiting at the cistern. She was laughing so hard It was with some difficulty she managed finally to tell the hard working hubby what the matter she was lauohixo. was. It had just occurred to her that the water pipes had not yet been dis connected nnd the faucet in the tub might Just as w...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 June 1910

THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JUNK 1, 1010. 'fOAI AND nciLn to suit traffic. It In Hip One Absorbing Problem n Hunt Construction. On city boulovards and In parks thrra arc found roadways which have betit built for particular kinds of t rifle; thoro aro ways especialy adapted to equestrian travel, having co.'t and resilient surface for tho com fort of both horso and rider; there are other roads designed for wheel ed vehicles. The streets outside of park limits aro paved to meet tho re quirements of the locality; stone blocks Tor heavy trucking and and smoother pavements for lighter loads. The Idea of building the road to cult tho traffic Is already accepteJ n cities, and Is not new. With country roads, however, the case Is' dlfforent. Special paving materials have been ruled out on account of cost, and the Improved highways usually consist of macadam or gravel, or some treatment of tne earth practical to the financial re sources of tho locality. With State aid more permanent and costly Imp...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 1 June 1910

1 THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1010. CXXX5CX)CXXXXOCK300COOOOOOCKXXOOOOOQCCOOOC A CHAT WITH OUR NEIGHBORS OOOOOOOOOOOOOOCXOOCX$OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCX3CXXOOOOOOOOU ORSON. Mrs. E. Harlow has entertained her mother from Brooklyn, N. Y., during the past week. Mr.' Charles Young, wife nnd lit tle daughter are at the homo of H. j 0. Palmer. ! Rev. J. B. Cody delivered a lec ture on "Temperance" In tho Metho dist church on Thursday evening of last week. The band boys have their new uniforms. Mrs. Elvira Box of Wlnwood, Is visiting relatives hejrc. Mrs. Daniel Tuthill, of La Plume, and Mrs. Arthur Tuthill of Scran ton, spent n few days in town last week. Dr. nnd Mrs. H. A. Evans have 1 rented a cottage and expect to re main in Orson for the summer. A very pleasant surprise was giv en H. G. Palmer on Monday night, the occasion being his sixty-sixth birthday. Ice cream and cake was served and a good time enjoyed by all. Memorial Day was properly ob served in this place. HAWLEY & WILSON V...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 June 1910

THE WEATHER Partly cloudy on Friday, and on Saturday warmer weather. tr x t? te tr jo tf it tc tf" if c tf t? t? k Semi-Weekly Founded Y 1908 v V. ft Weekly Founded. 1844 r K" ! 0 jf K Sf1 K1 JO s' af 0 1 Wuync County Organ REPUBLI PARTY .v. ,x .rt v; & vt jiBf jj fce j 67th YEAR. HONE SD ALE, WAYNE CO., PA., FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1910. NO. 44 HELP PROSECUTION Shippers Think Wickersham Should Do Aided. NEEDS BEST LEGAL TALENT. While Opponents of Increased Rail, road Rates Applaud Injunction, Wall Street Predicts Depressing Effect Wickersham Confident. New York, Juno 2. Beenuse of tin magnitude of the struggle between the government and the twenty-live west ern railroads over the iroiKsed ad vance In freight rates shippers here are uneasy concerning the character of fight Attorney General Wiekcrshnin will be able to make with the availa ble legal talent of his department at Washington. Eastern shippers hope that western shippers will engage law yers of the highest nblllty to co-operate...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 June 1910

THE CITIZHN, FIIIDAY, Jl'NH 1010. .ssx$3xK among the houyhnhnms Snapshots At Capital Notables f IP Jncob M. Dickinson desires more fnmo tlmu his olllco of secretary of war brings htm tie enn try one of Weston's fents. for his chief delight Is n walk such as would put most men under the doctor's enre. The war minister of the Taft admin istration Is the champion pedestrian of tho cabinet. The government fur nishes htm with a smart carriage and n pair of thoroughbred horses, and soino of his subordinates are enabled to take numerous joy rides In govern ment owned automobiles. Automobile or carriage rides bring no enjoyment to Secretary Dickinson. His big framo never darkens tho door of a street car. When ho wnnta to go anywhere he walks, except perhaps In the evening when he attends n formal reception. Kach morning Mr. Dickin son may be seen walking down Con necticut avenue In the direction of the war department with n stride which would give joy to tho heart of Colonel ItoosevelL lie ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 June 1910

THK CITIZEN, FRIDAY, .H'NH :J, 1010. T Owen Urges New Method of Choosing Senators. GIVES HISTORY OF MOVEMENT. Long List of States That Have Ap. proved the Proposed Constitutional Amendment House Ready For Change, but Not the Senate. Washington, May 31. In nn Address In the senate today Senntor Robert L. Owen of Oklahoma urged the election of United States senators by the direct vote of the people. Senator Owen reviewed the history ol the direct election movement and pave much InterosthiK Information concern ing what has been accomplished by those who favor the change. The following states wore named as having passed resolutions urging con press to call n constitutional conven tlon to take steps toward changing the method of electing senators: Arkansas, Colorado, Idaho, Illinois. Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kcntu-ky. Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota. Mis sourl, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, North Carolina, Oklaho ma, Oregon, Pennsylvania. South Da kota, Tenuessee, Texas, Utah, Wash...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 3 June 1910

THK CITIZEN, FK1DAY, JUNE 3, 1010. THE CITIZEN TDBLIB1IED KVKBT WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY BY THE CITIZKN rOIU.lBlll.NO COMrANT. Entered os seroncl-olnss nintter. nt the post ntUce. Honesdale. l'n. SUBSCRIPTION ?1.60 K, II. IIAKDKNItKKGII, 1'HKSIDKNT W. V. WOOD. MANAGER AND SECY D1KHCTUR8 1 C. It. DORFLINGCK. M. II. AI.I.RN. II EN BY WILSON. K. II. II AllDCNDEKatl. W. V. WOOD. KIM DAY, .Il'NE il, 11)10. 1M)N'T KOWJKT TO VOTE AT THE I'UIMAKIES OX SATUKDAV, june rrii, rno.n u to h i m. It was a SATANIC net which the local board of Sunday school work ers of Washington, D. C, enncted when they prevented the christian colored men, women nnd children of that city from parading with the christian workers who had gathered from all quarters of the earth. Colonel Roosevelt's unbridled impulsiveness has led him to be In discreet in his utterances as to England's administration of affairs in Egypt. While we admire his courage In saying what he thinks, yet there are times when it is iui politic to tel...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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