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Athens Messenger And Herald (Newspaper) - January 11, 1900, Athens, Ohio My the Athens messenger and Herald january la lh>0. The Athens messenger aha Herald pvn Wum by Tab messenger and Herald printing company. Fred w. Bush a editor id villager. Subscription Ratesi one year. One year if paid in evince tide of. Him i of do tilde of county of paid in Advance. I thursday january la 1900 the action of the administration in bringing about an Quot open door agreement among nations with ref it rence to our Commerce with China has awakened general interest in our Trade with the Orient and its prospective development and Many leading men in the democratic party doth North and South Are cordially commending the course of the government in its efforts to develop our foreign Trade in that part of the world. The convening of Congress and the bringing together of representative men from All Over the country Call Forth numerous expressions and emphasize the fact that things Are different now from what they were in i. Numbers of congressmen who supported Bryan and Silver in that year whether from conviction or policy now that the sentiment among their constituents has radically changed As a result of the country s remarkable Prosperity make no Best Tancy in stating that the re affirmation of the Chicago platform and the re endorse ment of Bryan would be a grave mistake and that should this occur they cannot Promise their support. An evidence of the increased Trade which expansion is Likely to bring to the United states is found in the fact that the exports of this country to Cuba Porto Rico Hawaii and the Philippines for the first eleven months of Iso were 138,000,000 against �T�10,-090,000 in the corresponding months of 1800, and $15.000,oho in the corresponding front Hoof 107, while the fact that we will be Able to buy More and More of or tropical products in those islands instead of sending the Money to other parts of the world is shown by the fact that our imports from them were in the Al re to eleven month Oil a $.ii,,wi0 against $3vi,oho,Otto in the Corre it onming months of 1m0h arum �17 090,000 in the corresponding months of 1897. I i Paw a new protective Tariff is reducing her imports materially As compared with those of last year while her exports however have gone on increasing. The growth of the protective Tariff idea during the last Twenty years has been remarkable. Nearly All european nations except great Holt Ian now have protective tariffs As do Canada Mexico and Many of the countries of South Anri Mrica while now the protective idea is making itself clearly Felt in the Orient. Japan has made her new Tariff protective in character and the australian colonies which Are about to federate have clearly shown a dts position to adopt a protective system similar to that of Canada when they come to Complete the details of their Union during the present year. Ohio 8 chief executive. Governor Nash assumed the duties of chief executive of Ohio monday with the Good will Aud Good wishes of All the citizens of the state regardless of partisan politics and party affiliations. A feature somewhat unusual and at the same time pleasing in the highest degree party prejudices were thrown to the winds and the representative men of All parties assembled to Welcome and congratulate the newly inaugurated governor of Ohio. Governor Nash s predecessor sex governor Bushe retires to private life with the satisfaction that he has Given the people of the state a clean business like administration worthy the emulation of any chief executive governor Ash fair up the duties at the Helm w Ith the determination the % duty shall be i watch Worl and that his administration shall compare favourably with the very Best that have preceded it. With his experience with men and affairs and with that honesty of purpose that has characterized his every action the people of the Buckeye state May have the steadfast glance that this will be done. Governor Nash s inaugural address was full of common sense and is the forerunner of a Wise conservative policy conducive to the Best interests of the greatest number of people one of the most important subjects considered by the governor is there lation of the state to the corporations which it creates and permits to do business with the people. The governor believe that publicity would serve As one remedy though he does not Call it a specific for ail the evils complained of with respect to the operations of big combinations of capital. The general Assembly May not be willing to go As far As the governor suggests in the regulation of corporations but there is no doubt that legislation on the lines he has marked out will help to make it Ensi % or to fight the trusts. Governor Roosevelt of new York is an advocate of the same method of combating the big combination of capital and the idea is growing in favor. The framing of Laws that will furnish the proper safeguards and at the same time not work a hardship upon a legitimate business enterprises is not an easy tank. Due consideration must be Given to ail interests concerned. Hasty and extreme legislation is to be deplored because of the danger of creating retroactive influences which might work great injury if not defeat the very end to be sought. Governor Nash s remedy for these defects in our corporation Laws is outlined As follows the state before she gives these corporations her approval and permits them to do business ought to require that All their capital Stock be paid in Money and invested in the business they propose to transact. She ought to make sure of this fact by reports made to some competent officer. We should go further and require these companies to make annual reports to be filed and be inspected by the officer indicated above. Tills report should show among other things How much of the capital Stock has been paid How the Money is invested what the assets Are the amount of liabilities and the names of the stockholders. In fact there should be such a record of every col portion that the people May know at All time whether it is worthy of credit and Confidence. I believe that with some such regulations As i have indicated Ohio corporations would be placed upon a solid financial basis. Governor Nash s plea for the continuance of biennial sessions of the general Assembly in compliance with the provision of the Constitution on the grounds that it will prevent extravagance in appropriations is timely and proper. He Calls attention to the fact that the utmost discretion must be exercised in the management of the benevolent institution where the unfortunate and feeble minded find a Haven of rest. Speaking of the Centennial at Toledo he joins with sex governor Bushnell in asking an appropriation of 1500,othe sum. Governor Nash a Elleves is a sum As Large As the state can a told to spend for that purpose. Washington letter Washington Jan. 8.�?the democratic attempt to play it politic with the relations in tween the it. S. Treasury and those National Banks chosen not by favouritism but because they put up v. S. Bonds to secure the government from loss As depositories for Money collected for internal Revenue taxation a out of the fittest failures Ever seen in Congress. Instead of delaying action on the resolutions calling for All the correspondence Between then National Banks and the Secretary of Treasury As the democrats were foolish enough to Hope they would do the republicans in both House and Senate assisted in putting the resolutions through and Secretary Gage promptly put a Force of clerks to copying the record Iii order that no time might lie lost in putting the information before con Gre and the country. Instead of being opposed to furnishing this information Secretary Gage was glad of being furnished an official Opportunity for showing exactly How and Why he had taken the necessary Steps to keep the Money in Cit filiation without risk to the government which i paid for internal Revenue a axes instead of hoarding it in the Treasury and cramping the business of the country. Instead of making St socratic political capital the democrats have added to the esteem in which the administration is held by the Busine interests of the country which know that our present Prosperity in t accidental but the result of Well defined policies. A a a the House will this week begin with the appropriation Bill the urgency deficiency Bill mostly made up of items for the War department made necessary by the revolt in the Philippines being first on the list. A a senator Hoar made a speech today on he philippine Resolution in which he said much calculated to encourage the filipino to continue their revolt against the a s. Tin elicited applause from the democratic senators and caused regret to Many of senator Hoar s Onliest and most sincere admirers. No one who knows the Man. Doubts the sincerity of his opinion but if Ever there a a Case of mistaken judgment it ii his. He refuses to see that it would be Lith dishonourable and cowardly for the u. S. To abandon the philippine not to mention the commercial disadvantage to America that would follow such an abandonment that the whole civilized world looks to us to give the Phil i i Pines Good government. A a a the greater part of the present j week will lie devoted by the heberts i committee to hearing Legal arguments. Carlisle leading counsel against Roberta began his argument today and he has until wednesday Tonnisha it. Then Robert will be Given an Opportunity to reply although he a already consumed two Days in argument which May be a Winner up in 3 sentence. The House has no right to deny him the seat. The committee May report late this week but it la More Likely to wait until next week. A in the routine work of Congress such As the preparation of appropriation Bills etc., is much More rapidly done than it used to lie. For instance the House committee on Indian affair under the old method when the time came for getting the annual appropriation Bill in shape would request the Indian commissioner and several of i subordinates to come to the Capitol then question were certain to be used that could not be answered without consulting the records and much time was lost. Now the committee meets in a room at the Indian Bureau get All the information it requires from the records direct and gets the Bill which is a troublesome one ready in about one fourth the time it used to require. In in in Secretary Wilson said of Secretary Hay s great diplomatic Triumph in securing guarantees from the leading european nations of the perpetual maintenance of the Quot open door at All chinese a nits which he declared supplement the work done by our army and Navy and secures our Trade relations with Culna Quot a year ago no nation would have listened to a proposition of this kind but the whole world listens to the it. S. Now. Some idea of the vastness of the interests involved May be gained from the fact that while ten years ago. Our exports from the Pacific coast to All countries aggregated $20.,, and five years ago $42,000,000, the steady increase in Pacific coast exports had raised the aggregate to $73,000,000 a year e a a the decision of the Senate committee on elections to report against or. Quay s right to be seated was no Surprise and will not effect the final disposition of the Are. It has been known for some time that senator Burrows would vote with the democrats against or. Quay and i vote was a majority As this commit tee was not included in those upon which the Republican majority a recently increased to Accord with the Republican membership of the Senate. How soon the report will he made to the Senate will depend upon How soon the Case of senator Clark of mont., charged with bribery which is now being heard by the committee is disposed of. Or. Quays friends Are still confident that be will be seated by the Senate. The retirement of s. F. Beverage from the county Board of infirmary directors a formally done last week when William James of Glouster assumed the duties in the Board. is one of the most substantial citizen of Waterloo township and after More than two terms As a meatier of the Lioard his retirement is made with the evidence to ail in the county that his duty a performed in a manner conducive to the Hest interest of the people. During his membership the Lioard made an exceptional enviable record for faithful service a record of which he May Well feel proud. Or. James becomes a member of the Beard with the highest recommendation for his ability and it goes without saying that i services will lie faithfully and conscientiously rendered. Would make Good presents. Flowers cheap in Mexico a novel watch Fob consists of four a oin a ten a five a Twenty five and a hefty cent piece suspended in the order named by connecting links faster cd to the Gold rime i Quot which the Coin Are mounted. Coral shirt buttons and studs arc extensively shown. Those in which a Small Diamond is mounted in the Center it of Tim Button seem to a most in favor. In other the Coral forms a a background for Small pearls which my hum ii Ted in the Center. A Hal dome brooch of represent a dragon Fly. The wings Are represented by four Large baroque Pearl. Moth sections of tile body Are adorned with diamonds Pearl id topazes the head containing a Ruby while two Pink it Earls serve As the eyes. Home striking design Iii log Collar belts Are show n. One of Fine English hog skin a a Row of Gold pointed tacks along the Center. It contains a Small shield Aud ring of Gold from which the chatelaine can be aus i ended. Numerous other design in Mack Seal and Chamois Are shown. The demand for serviceable hat pins Hue impelled in ast u fact u re is to o Fer Many new design. One of a Large imitation Pearl held in position by for Gold Arm which clasp Tolje Foci Arm is a i of the most Rio a pm can be a Leighl for a Dollar. The Flower of the City of Medico Are one of its chief delights noses Violet forget me not marguerites and line Bloom All the year round. There Are few week when a Quarter will not buy a splendid big Bunch and when a Silver Dollar will not fill All the vase in the House to overflowing says modern Mexico. Flowers Are sold not Only at the Flower Market near the Cathedral that is devoted entirely to Flowers strawberries and Birds but at the other general markets and or. The Street Corners. Tie Quot Flower girls of the capital Are All boys and men. At some places in Mexico particularly Guadalajara Little girls Ore to lie seen on the streets All Day and in the evening offering boutonniere for which they will not ret a Price but ask you to give what you please. In this City it is hard to find a Flower on snip anywhere after midday. The Flower seller makes up bouquets in the most artistic fashion. The Street vendors never sell Loose Cut Flowers but arrange them upon a base work of Green so that each Flower stands out by itself and the whole Bunch is prettily finished with a Garn iture of Green leaves or ferns. Set pieces Are also arranged with a Fine sense of taste and regard Fot colors. A Pansy really added to Complete the ver Simili professional panners. Generally women and theirs is n Nice Baar Basin and Lait profitable. A i have come across a new kind of a Trode for you a said a Friend to the sauntered the other Day. A at least it is a new one on me. Did you Ever Hoar of a professional Pawner a the sauntered had to confess his ignorance says the Philadelphia inquirer. A Well its this Way. There Ere lots of manufacturer of articles of jewelry of watcher of musical instruments and other things which would never find a Sal except to the Meriest duffers and Greenhorn so they have to get rid of them some other Way. A Uncle comes in very Handy about this time but the difficulty is to persuade him to take the goods. He knows them very Well and he Isnit going to lend Money on stuff that he can never find a Market for. A but he stacks up against a very hard thing when he meets a professional Pawner. These people Are generally women. Their business is to so doctor and prepare the goods As to deceive the sharpest. In order to make the deception As undetectable of possible the goods Ore made to appear old and partly worn. Gold watches Are first rubbed with mud and water and then a few scratches Ore careless but very Ortis st9ck gambling. Evils arising from the Universal yearning to get something for nothing. Wreath three feet across can frequently be purchased at the Market for a Dollar. Flowers Are very generally used at funerals and it is not an unusual sight to see a casket even of one of Hie poorer class completely covered with Flowers. Wreaths crosses and baskets in bewildering array As it is hurried through the crowded thoroughfares upon an open Street. Odd ways of telling time. Mans new yorker Mark it March or the Progri of has be. So regular is the Progress of business in a great City like this that Many persons Mark the March of time without referring to a clock. They merely note passing occurrences says the new York mail and express. No matter in what Section of the City one May live he will after a moments thought recall some Dally Ceu Renee that win acquaint him with the time of Day. The people on Washington Heights have for years been Able to Tell to a Dot when it is la p. In. On week Days and ten of clock on sunday nights by the Tco Ting of a familiar tugboat whistle. This tug whistles for a watchman. A cashier in one of the biggest Banks near Wall Street never looks at Trinity As he up pro Che to is office. Ile knows to a certainty whether he is on by to. To Carioti in which he meets a shoestring peddle. If the latter be on the South Side of Pine Street and Broadway the cashier knows he is on time. Should he be to the North of that Point the cashier is late. A woman on Westjr Wenty fifth Street begins to Cook breakfast every morning at the moment that a certain we lice officer goes by. It is her Way of telling time and the by Fiecoat s approach never varies r. Minute. Along third Avenue some or the shopkeepers Tell the time by simply glancing at the familiar face of some in shrug Motorman. It is a most interesting study this telling of time without watch or clock. Schools in cities. Tude. In the Case of rings the insides Are made to appear worn and pieces of jewelry rubbed on those portions which would ordinarily receive Fiirst Wear and tear. Now Here is the Queerest part of the whole Job. All of the tickets Are torn up and destroyed of soon As the goods Are pledged. Hundreds of watches rings brooches and other articles of a virtue and bigotry of Sairy Gamp used to Coll them Are got tid of in this Way every year. Fortunately there Are rot a great Many people in the business but it is a very profitable and a Nice easy where Pluck counts. Secrecy made it possible to organize both the Opportunity and the temptation to play the Industrial game with loaded Dice say . The itching to get something for nothing upon the Market is at any time the master vice in Trade. One risk of the business Boom is always that it lets Loose those reckless forces that hasten every disaster of the next business collapse. The new Quot combines a if they manipulate clandestinely easily fire every passion to play with Stock variation a to Lay traps for the unwary to declare dividends that never have been earned and to unload lying values upon the Public. It is evident that every form of secret control a every hidden device As to methods of management immensely overstimulated this dicer spirit and therefore adds to Tho most dangerous uncertainties of business. That this evil can be greatly lessened has been proved not Only by English experience it has been clearly proved by Massachusetts experience. The degree of publicity to which these corporations must now submit in Massachusetts is far greater than is commonly supposed and has been attended by results so hopeful a to to Mark a sure Way for further legislation. This experience together with the experience of the interstate commission in spite of All its failures a May Well furnish a Safe basis for such Federal action As shall give Unity of procedure in different states. Work done by engineers. In Anjer Paderta Kink it is with them simply a question of making Money Many Dhoti Roo feats performed by the sailors on Haring yacht. Kalaau t Ltd and ill Waukee spend the East per capital a a i or a Clite slim her. A shortage in the school fund in St. Paul bus caused the superintendent of the school of system in that City to make a Coin prison of the Cost per Pupil with the similar Cost in 14 cities says the Buffalo express. In the basis of the figures of attendance the Cost in St. Paul is $22.08. Only two other cities show u smaller Cost a Kansas City where the school year is ouly nine months Long and Liere Trecost i#$20.07, and Milwaukee where the salary account atone makes the Cost $21.87. Several cities run from $24 to $28, while the Cost a mounts to $37.80 in Pittsburgh and to $40.77 in Denver. The Eastern cities Bure a much higher rate than those in the Wen Denver excepted and there the Cost of labor and fuel is excessive. The figures Given have to do with the entire school system but the difference is wider when High schools alone Ore considered. Boston with its suburbs Hoe i High school for which it pays a per capita rate of $85.40 on a salary basis alone it amounts to $62.19. In St. Paul the total j a capital Cost in Biga schools on the Buri of average Dally attendance is i-h.3g, and oui of this $34.91 is expended for teachers salaries. To Tony a Hon Rill in House. Quot there can be no general License in Bostons Bohemia a writes Mcm Garet Allston in ladies Home journal Quot a the neighbourhood is dotted w Ith boarding houses where it is the invariable custom that one must pass on examination both in respectability and before admittance is allowed and which Are conducted by patterns of spinster Al virtue who sit at the head of almost All Large yachts when racing Earry a Man aloft who is called the Quot Mast head Ile is aloft for the double purpose of seeing that everything is Clear in the a Ging and also to keep Bis weather Eye lifting for changes of wind or Calm spots his Elevation above the deck very greatly increasing his Range of vision Over what it could be from the deck. These men Are usually picked for their ability to climb and Many is the dizzy crawl which they must make in the course of an Ordinary race. Quot Hen the Topsail on the Columbia was to be set there were two men aloft hoisted of fire in a Boatswain chair a contrivance very like a swing seat. The Halyard that hoists this runs from the top Mast head and by this the men can be hauled to any Point aloft. The Gaff Topsail bus to be guided Clear of the halyards stays und lift a it is hoisted and lieu Las to be laced to the Topmast and to the Gaff. This is thelast Iead Many a work. He sits on his Little Board and swings round aloft like a spider on the end of his web often hanging 120 feet from the deck where a full would mean certain death. He goes about his work never thinking of using one of his hands to hold on. In Many boats this chair is dispensed with and the men climb aloft on the hoops that hold the Mainsail to the Mast and then scramble round the Best they can aloft though of course they cannot work so Well As they could if they had a chair. When you come to reckon up the work that is done by engineers that which really keeps our Large works going and finds employment for our workmen it is what May be generally classed As a new commercial work a says the engineering Magazine. Into this class fall All extensions of our railways All expansion in our fleets of steamers All increases to our factories workshops mines tramways and the like and the Point to be observed in All these is that All Are simply purchased for the purpose of making Money. In other words they arc invest a Nta. There is no More definite Rule for the number of ship that Lull on the Atlantic than there is for the number of cabs that can find work in the streets of London. Nobody can doubt that of cabs could be built a great Deal cheaper move cabs could to put on to Road and More work would be found for coach builder and the r workmen. So it is w Ith ships. A ship is nothing More than the packing Case of the goods that come Over in it. What the Public wants is the cargo. What the ship owner wants is the profit on the carrying Trade. Either of them wants the ship Only a a Means to these ends and if ship can be built cheaper the More Are they Able and willing to afford. Oom Paul a nieces. A a a up Emia Quot frail Haik to Dawn i rot in i my the a aft a did it of a Hoer girl. The Boer girl of the country districts of the South african Republic is Able to go to town Only once or twice a year and then it is to attend the nacht Maal or communion which is the chief festival of these deeply religious people writes Howard c. Lillie Gas in ladies Home journal. The journey to the town is made in of teams and May require a week or a months time but it it always an epoch in a Boer girls life especially if she is about j6, when she is supposed to have attained the age. Then some tall robust Boer youth whom she has met at former nacht meals May summon enough courage to ask her whether he May Call at her Home and have an Quot up sitting a which is a Wirt of ultimatum before an ultimatum. If she consents the Young Boer will shortly afterwards ride on horseback Man a Miles across the Plain to the girls Home and will prove that be is worthy of Ber love by and talking with her from Sundown until break of Day. For two Young Boers to arrive at this period of courtship is equivalent to announcing the engagement and then the prospective Bride begins preparation for the wedding. La Roant in in he or. The Queen of the belgian was brought up in her father Castle at obstinate jurors. A com la u Hack one determined Mal made eleven think a he did. There a a Quot hold up in the jury room of the court of common plea la this City a few Day ago says the Hartford Conn courant. A jury which had been out 43 minutes returned a verdict for the plaintiff to recover damages of $25 and Costa. After the verdict had been accepted one of the jury men said that when the first ballot was taken eight of the jurors voted in favor of the defendant and four for the plaintiff. A later ballot resulted in la vote being cast for the defendant and one for the plaintiff. Hie jurors were in a hurry to get Home and the la who voted for the defendant endeavoured to persuade the other juror to turn with them. This he refused to do and he stated emphatically that he would hold out if it caused a disagreement or kept the jury out All night. The one Man was evidently stronger than the la who were against him. He held to Hie position Aud finally succeeded in bringing the la Over with the final result that a verdict a agreed upon for the plaintiff to recover $25 and Coats. The la Jill it a who turned would not divulge the name of the juror who stood out for the plaintiff from the beginning. A table full of cultured boarders an-1 pm a am a Urr endings and customs bouncing the cultured menu to each in 7., a the Feudal Oge div dual somewhat in this Wise a miss v s father himself descended will you partake of Lamb warmed i great a Tair can a to lock the outer diamonds in steel minute cry it Seca l Ader Ike my of of la Ike Mullen Metal. A Lomed with a Diamond. Another bbl sepherd a pie or possibly Chicken rectangular in .hap., to con Aripe to com ? a a a ides which Are adorned with various precious Stone a jewellers weekly. Ere at tire Center. In its own Gravy or a suggestion of Fuad Datola for Roi Faaee it will be discovered that the Only foundation for 1he usual talk of a Quot Romance in a woman a life is that she sits and look out of the window into the Dork night when she should be darning stockings. A a. Jde a a overworked writer freight Crew. Freight train Crews on the Northern Pacific recently tied up a division in Montana for five hours while they obtained needed sleep. Good oarsmen. Seven japanese fishermen left saute Monica Elk in open Flat bottomed skiffs and rowed 150 Miles in five Days without it of mishap. A Laur la Gate and the door of the principal Hall. This Hall a divided into two part one end being raised a Little above the other. At the elevated end the daughter of the House sat at their needlework or painting or music while their attendants sat at the lower end of the Hall. Frack millinery. A Par journal Maya that americans buy $7,000,000 Worth of millinery in France annually England following with $4,000,000, while Germany la satisfied with Looo. Worth. A x in the manufacture of Carbon steel microscopic diamonds Are formed. A number of steel from a variety of processes have been examined and gave identical results buy the mining and scientific Presa. A piece weighing 300 gramme was Cut from a Lump of steel and treated with nitric acid the insoluble residue collected wan mainly Graphitic Carbon. After being washed with water it a boiled three times with fuming nitric acid which partially dissolved the residue hydrofluoric acid and then finn a ing up curio acid were used. There then remained nothing but Graphite which after being washed a melted with chlorate of Potash. The Long series of operations was recommenced because it was necessary to subject the residue to All the treatments mentioned. The insoluble residue obtained fell to the Bottom of a vessel filled with iodide of methylene and the Little transparent octahedron visible through a Microscope burned on a Sheet of Platinum without leaving any aah. These Wert the Jia Stouda. ,

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