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John Doe is a day trader.(3) Trading stocks is a hobby bordering on an obsession, and, like many other day traders, John Doe likes to exchange information about stocks via online message boards.(4) But as Doe recently learned, free speech on the Internet may not be as free as he thought. After posting a scathing message accusing Net Company of defrauding its investors and accusing its CEO of being a liar and a cheat, John Doe found himself a defendant in a libel suit.(5)


i;- ----jSTHE EVENEST TIMES, TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1895.-cTHE.THMES: EF! 3,S0 GOLUfiWlMS FOR S CEIMTS A MOIMTH1;- - . 1 - i T" T " " " ' ' '' ' ...- , . , , -,-.. , . .. ; , , JTheWashingt-on Times(MORKINQ, EVEvXVO, AJ.D SCX3.1T.)OWNED AND ISSUED BrTLc Washington times Company,TIMES BCILDIXQ.CcrnnrisT Corxeb Pewstivamx Avexce andTEKTU faTOEEtTelcphono Editorial Iiooms. illBusiness Office, 337."Prce ll-irnlng or Evoning Edition. ..Ons Cent.S mday Edition Throo CornsKonthly by CarrierHorn Ins and Sunday Thlrty-3vo Cmts.Evening Thirty Cents.Mcrcing, )Ercnlngand- Fn-rr Cem-3.fcauilar, JWASHINGTON, D. C., AUGUST 27. 1893.Subscribers to "Tlie Times" willconfer n favor by promptly reportingnny discourtesy of collectors, or liesloct of duty 011 the part ot carriors.Complaints elllior by mull or In porkoii w ill receive prompt iittoutlon.Tlio Morning Edition should bo delivered to nil parts ottlio city by :UI)o'clock n. m.. Including Sunday. The"Evening Edition should be In tliohands of subscribe! s not later than0:3O p. in."Tho Washington Times" is a member ot the lloclidulo Co-operative Society. TAKE THE TIMES WITH YOD.6u ill ill or Otitlus Will J"ot Ho Enjoyed Unless It Goes Alons.Tlio hummer tide of pleasure andhealth-seekers bos sot lii towardmountains, sprlnss and senshore.Xo plans for tlio season's outingwill bo complete unless Tlio TimesIs included anionic tlio necessaries.Men and vvotiien luuy so from townto leuo caro belitud, but tboso nliowould keep tbelr finger on tlio public pulse, or be abreast of tlio world'sliuppi'iiliigs, or, indeed, nlio need azoldc-n link between themselves midtlio wlilrllslf; of time tlieso mustliu-o Tlio Times sent dully to tbelrfcvlvuti or seaside retreat.ITS STEA UY G 1KHVTII.RcporK from every part of America makeIt apparent that the observance of lbcoming Labor Day -.'.111 be more general amienthusiastic tuan 11 ha been during severalrecent years It is a (-cniplinicnt and notan adverse criticism to say that tin labormovement, as It is called In broad phrase,teemed to be apathetic lor a rcriui! Thiswas due iu some sense to discontent withthe course of leaders, who doubtless thoughtthey were acting for the best Interest oftheir respective orders, but iu larger degree, it was a result of an advance ofthought and conviction bejoud the linesupon which the organizations were orlg-lualiy-foraied.Within the last year or two the masseshave come up to the Mandpoint of thisprogressive and advanced Intellectualleadership The radicalism of the pastIs the conservatism of to-day. A newcoalition of factions which disagreed whilehonestly striving for a common purpose Isevident, and almost without a break theywho are thinking and workli g for a permanent bettering of the life of the employedclasses arc uniting to make this LaborDay n memorable one.No student of the cvolJtion of thoughtIn the field of Industrial economy can fallto recognize that the labor move nicnl Is oneof steady growth, always exhibiting onadva nee of Intelligence, lucre, se o f st rength,clearness of purpose, commending Itselfmore and more even to those most practicalminds lio have looked upon it as. hatingfor its foundation impossible ideals.AX UNFAIlt OIIDEH.The 'Washington & Georgetown StreetRailroad management liave Issued an orderto conductors and gripmen directing themto brirg their trains to a full stop for passengers to get on and off their cars. Thisis simply what every einploje of the roaddesires to do, and such an order must seento l wholly unnecessary. Conductorsand gripmen show themselves to be gentleman, almost without exception. In their responsible and exceedingly trying position.Tli"y have no tendency to maim or murderby brutal manipulation of their cars.One thought, however, must occur tonny ona vho lias a thinker that the conductors and gripmen cannot compel passengers to wait for the stoppage of the cars.Many iteople have a sort of Insane impulseto Jump on or off a vehicle while It 1b inmotion. Some men and women of absolute leisure act as though they must alwaysru;h at utmost siicetl to get somewhere,even when they can't tell where the somewhere is. If they lie injured, they throwifl blame u'ton the railroad employes.Much more important is the conflict of thisorder with that rule which requires conductors and gripmen to make their tripwithin a limited time, and visits upon themrevere penally it they fall. The most orInary Justice would suggest some modificatin1otthlsord'r, in view of una voidabledelay at times, or, at the i ery least, the acptance of a reasonable explanation, andnot In every case n rigid application of antron-clad ruli.SESATOH QUAY'S I'EHIL,There arc few men In public lire morestolcnl In temperament than Matthew StanleyQuay, Senator of the United States from.Pennsylvania, lie has probably weatheredmore political storms than any other politician In the country. Often when lie seemedupon the vcrjre of political destructlonl'ie, bythe most surprising finesse, put his opponents to routYeara ago, when Quay had held one lucrative and honorable office after another byappointment he was assailed Willi the tauntthat lie dare not go before the people as acandidate for an elective office. He responded by nominating himself for Statetreasurer, and was elected by more thanthe usual Republican majority or that year.Since that time be has been repeatedlyelected to orrice, twice b'y the legislatureto the United 8 tates Senate, and In the latterbody was an advocate of an amendment tothe national constitution providing for theelection of Senators by a popular vote.Through all the vicissitudes which besetblm, and when his future seemed to behopeless, Senator Quay smiled his secretive, confident, stoical smile; but It 1stnow evident that he Is in dire- distress.'The opposition ot this time has angeredhim. Tho men who have been schooledby blm have combined to defeat him.Ills actions have declared that ho does notunderestimate their strength. lie Isbringing lntot'tay extreme methods, whichhe would have scorned to employ in thosedays when he gave his antagonists knightsand bisl:op3 and then easily defeated them.Notwithstanding unexpected successes inPhiladelphia, Senator Quay's victory Is byno means assured. Defeat will embitterhim, and he will continue the factionalfight as long as he has life In him. Victoryby a small margin will encourage hisopponents and perpetuate the party division. Either way the battle goes, the Republican parly in Pennsylvania will begreatly weakened, and Democratic harmony, if that be possible, will result Inoccasional Deniocratlcsuccesa.AGAIN AXD AGAIN.After the accidents and narrow escapesfrom accidents or the last week or twoamong tho river boats. It Is almost astounding that such a collision as that of thesteamer City of Richmond with a schooneranchored at the wharf should occur, as described in The Times this morning. Noexplanation can be imagined, except thatof the grossest carelessness on the part oftho officers of tho steamer. Such carelessness seems to be contagious. No soonerIs one Incident of tho kind recorded thananother happens, and those who patronizethese steamers may well wonder what willbo the next Illustration of incomiietenceor negligence.Owners of these vessels should seo to it,lwth for their own and for the public goodthat somo change be made in the personality of those who handle their property.That greater damage to life and vesselshas not occurred Is due more to good luckthan good management. Yet It Is remarkable that those in control appear to attach little importance to these fearfullynarrow avoidances of disaster, and hotlyresent criticisms which are intended fortheir own benefit as well as for the benefitof their patrons. Sudden and radical reform is demanded.HANSOM'S ItEAl'I'OIXTMEXT.The btrauge fate which overtook Mr.Ransom, minister to Mexico by the graceof Mr. Cleveland, ard minister at no timeto no place by the fiat ot Treasury and Judiciary officials, has excited continuedand Incessant sympathy and commiseration. Mr. Ransom has been hanging In the nlr,as It were. He oscillated like a pendulumbetween Washington and Gray Gables hi anagony of wonder how the President couldfish while Mexico lacked an envoy.Therefore the news that Mr. Rniihom hasbeen reappointed to the position which forseveral months he Imagined he was filling,but was not , will be received with universalapplause.Mr Ransom Is not a gentleman of wealth.He idme forth from the late war In a condition which beset too many ot the leaderof the South whose State pride and enthusiasm led them into a losing contest. Illslife In the Senate was honorable and congenial, but not lucrative. Tho whirligigof politics which ousted him from that highplace was an apparent rectinhiry blessing,but he found himself sot only withoutoffice and salary, but actually owing thegov eminent the money which he drew fromthe Treasury before the officials who watchthe outgo of gov eminent kopecks discoveredthat the supposed minister was not legallyentitled to place or pay.TheCity of Mexico, the court of thcMontezumas, if that unrepublican phra.se bo admissible, asked for Mr. Ransom with a voice,bordering upon command. The unwavering dignity, the uncompromising diplomatic reserve, the unimpeachable elegance of the man, cried for speedy recognition Above all his curious. and unprecedented fate urged Mr. Cleveland to drophis rod and allow his reel to rest for amoment while be took up bis pen to writethe reappointment ot the eminent citizen ofthe old North State.Everybody willsbakehands onnccountotRansom redtvlvus.Excitement is measuredyard atllarrisbjrg to-day.by "the cubicRoss Bricc and Boss Gorman had an easytask compared to that of Boss Quay.One is led to think that officers of someof the river steamers do basiness with theircye3 shutLabor Day is a Tourth of July to everyone v, ho sympathizes with the great pur-poses of the labor movement.By the way, has any one discovered thepresence of Don Cameron at Ilnrrisburgduring these agonizing Quay days?It is eminently appropriate that acitizen ot the Tar Heel State should beminister lo.the land of the Greasers.Both Brlcc and Gorman are reported tobe sending up petitions to their polltcialdeities to go to the assistance of BrotherQuay.The first bill to pass Congress should beone appropriating the amount ot his salaryfor the lime Mr. Ransom serv ed as Mexicanminister illegally.Republicans ot Pennsj lvania may discover It they defeat, Quay that the "oldman" Is as iiowerful when he is under aswhen he Is on lop.The Boston bean market is simply Immense in Its activity, but it has beencornered by Ihe knights and will be helddown to popular prices.Minister Ransom, it is In fact, now, andthose immaculate cuffs, a sign manualand sjmbol immortal ot the man, will nowtake on, it possible, an extra I'ss.That Yreka coroner's Jury, which satupon the bodies nt four men who werelynched yesterday and brought in a verdict that the murderers "died Qtstrangulation," gave evfdc'nce of the possession of ahumor worthy of a better cause.A Doubtful Trlbftte.A Wallstreetman.nowdcad, wasthesubJetl of the conversation Two of the bankerspresent had known him very well. After anumber of stories Illustrating bis l-ccnnessnnd shrewdness Iiad been toIdVono said:"The man has been maligned very often.He was as honest as any man who overcame"into the street."There was a dead silence, and the listenerslooked surprised ."Yes," added the speaker, "he -was.Only," and he paused here to lend emphasis to his assertion, "for fear that othersmight cheat before he could be always beganflrsl." New York San. .Tbo Morulnp Times (or enterprise.Gossip of the Dau."There was a queer suit for divorcebrought in our county the other day," saida gentleman whoeame to Washington fromNew Jersey. "It was brought by thowoman, who charged her husband wltlidesertion. He put In an answer to herpetition by admitting that he left her,but, he said, hU reasons were good. Illswife snored. At rirst he didn't mind it.Then she snored worse and he turned hisback. Then the snoring became unbearable, lie said she at times snored soloudly that H awakened the chickens Inthe back-yard, and on several occasionsIlia fowls set up such a clatter and cackleduring tho night that his rest was verymuch broken, and as a result his healthwas becoming seriously Impaired. lie therefore asked to be excused from paying alimony." "This is the dullest season I have everexperienced." said a well-known hotel man."The arrivals at the hotels of the higherclass do not average two a day. I accountfor it from the fact that the governmentofficials are absent so much tlmUtlie politicians keep away, as they know no businessinteresting to them can be transacted. Thehotels that cater to the drummer trade, how.ever, are doing Well."It looks as though the street railwaycompanies want to add to the cares of theconductors and motormen."This was a remark overheard on thecorner ot Ninth street and Pennsylvaniaavenue last evening, und the speaker continued: 'Ttit; trainmen on the Ninth street lineseem to have iiow4liutTall they can attendto, with but.one conductor for two cars, andmotormen struggling with a new system;but the president ot the road proposes tomake them decide the right of way questionbetween his line and the Washington &Georgetown."It seems to me tho additional cost ofplacing a riagmau at this corner, and atthe other places where one would benecessary, would be ery small, espi'dalyas it would be divided between the twocompanies, and I do not believe it isright to add to the burdens of the motor-men thedutiesof a flagman."Points About PilgrimsMr. Charles McClure. of Little Rock. Ark.,la a guest at the Metropolitan. Mr. McClure Is a planter ot extended reputation.Since his stay at the Metrojiolitan he hasbleu several times mistaken for Senatorl'effer, because of his long flowing beard.Rev. J. W. Leo, a Presbyterian divine, ofGreensboro, N. C, Is stopping at the National. Mr. W. E. nigman, accompanied by hisson, Mr. Brown Iligman, of Sioux City,Iowa, are registered at the St. James. Mr.Iligman said:'Never In the history of the West havethe crops presented so flattering an outlook, and the com, wheat nnd oats harvestpromises to surpass anything ever heardof bfore. To this fact Is traceable thecaueo of the dvlng out ot the silver crazeVfor it undoubtedly is on the decline."The names ot Mr and Mrs. J. D. Hosklns,of Sacketl's Harbor, N Y., and J. StanleyIsaacs, a well-known club man, of NewYorkjclty, are among the entries at Wlllard's. Te Oxford is playing host to a large andinteristlngparty from New England, whichmade the excursion to Washington by boat.The members of the party are J M. Daltey,and wire, Mrs E. Dinnett, Mrs. C. W.Baltey,Mrs. C. 11. Chaflln, Maurice Lynch, Mrs.Rlopelle, Mrs. Frank WoK-ott, Mis Gertrude Towers and Augustus 11 Callahan,all of Providence, R I.; C. MInahin andwife, of North Attleboro, Mass ; W. G.Madden, of Taunton, Mass ; J. O. Scott,of Pawtucket, R I.; and Messrs. JamesMeNally.R. F.Llnton.E.J Flynn.andJohnMorris, of WoonstKket, R I.Of Golden Color.The Turanian rare Is the oldest and mostnumerous on earth. It and tho negroidrace appear to have liven the two primevaltypes of humauiiy.The best-known branch's of the Turanian race are the Mongol, the Tartar, theSamoyd and Finiiie-llungnrinn. The Esquimaux are probably another branch andthe American Indians show many of theracial characteristics.The empire of the Mongols, founded byGhengis Khan, the self-styled "Scourgeof God," In the thirteenth century, extendedfrom Korea to the eastern extremity ofEurope. Even Russia was Invaded, andfrom Moscow to Odessa the Mongolsdevastated "with file ami sword. Nextyear they invaded Poland and Moravia,and If the holy war had notbcenstaricdtheyellow races might lie the dominant powerIn the world to-day.Thre-appears no doubt that whereverthe Semitic and Hamitlc races lvenetratedin Asia they found themselves preceded bytho yellow-skinned, almond-eyed and generally lieardlcss Turanians. Whether orno Turanian developments can never travelbeyond a certain limit, certain it is thatthe yellow races were thcoriginatorsof civilization. The earliest civilization on record Is that of Cbaldea, and it was foundedby a yellow race. -The virility ot the Turanian family is astounding. It Is inrinitely greater event


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