Foreign News: Sonorous Periods

On four consecutive days last week, Chancellor (Prime Minister) Wilhelm Marx addressed the 65th annual German Catholic Congress at Breslau. On the first day, 130 Catholic nobles attended, on the second day, 87, on the third, 45, on the fourth, 12. The onetime King of Saxony attended on only the first three days. At Berlin, Liberal Republican editors were vexed at what they called "the anti-Republican behavior of the German Catholic nobles toward the Chancellor of the Republic."

Chancellor Marx stressed at the very greatest length, during his speeches, the need of concord between...

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