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An American author and journalist; born in Winterset, Ia., Aug. 12, 1868. He was engaged in active editorial work on various Chicago papers, was in charge of news service during the Cuban campaign, 1898, and in 1899 was correspondent from Russia, Central Asia, Turkestan and Siberia. Author of: "Wizard of Wall Street" (biography of Jay Gould) (1892); "Reuben and Cynthia at the World's Fair" (1893); "War in the East, with History of China, Japan and Korea" (1895); "Our War with Spain" (1898); "Our New Possessions" (1899); "San Francisco Earthquake".
By Charles Dudley Warner