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Boston Weekly Globe (Newspaper) - August 4, 1891, Boston, Massachusetts Only per year foe the weekly Globe. Renew now. Subscribe now. A Loire. Only is of per Yem for a special club rate. Send now for new circular to agents. Vol. . 31.loston. Tuesday morning. August 4. 1891. Price five and Dudley step Down and out of the contest for the speaker ship Maryland democratic the Beal issues Mississippi s registration Law. Washington july 29.�?chairman Quay and treasurer Dudley of the National to publican committee have resigned their offices and their resignations have been accepted. When the committee reassembled at 8 of clock this evening All approaches to the room were closed and no communication could be had with those inside. Col. Scot of Omaha,neb., made a glowing speech in favor of holding the next Republican National convention in that City. Col. Scott had reasons in plenty to support his argument based largely upon the precarious state of the party in the Western states adjoining Nebraska which might be improved by the infusion of party spirit engendered by a great National convention in the neighbourhood. All of these communications that. A neared to be of value were carefully considered. And particular attention was enlisted in behalf of an elaborate table analysing in detail the last vote of the congressional election., some discussion followed As to the time and place of meeting of the full National Republican committee and it was finally decided to entrust the selection of the place of meeting and the exact Date to chairman Quay Anil Secretary Fassett with the proviso that the meeting Snail take place some Day in november. Treasurer Dudley presented his report which shows cd a a in the obligations outstanding about.#40,000 of which $20,000 is duo to Quay. Clarkson and Dudley for funds advanced. Members of the committee deny that there has been any squabble Over this matter and say the $10 certificate method of raising funds was adopted with the consent of All the members that two or three of them besides chairman Quay had found it necessary to go Down into their own pockets for funds with which to carry on the Campaign of 1889 that they were All in favor of employing any decent method that could be suggested for recouping their losses. They deny Al of that or. Quay a a hogged the funds for Pennsylvania. He was in sore heed of funds with which to carry on his Campaign of last fall in that state and As the committee owed him at one time As much As $30,000 they did everything in their Power to raise Money for him when he wanted if. Various plans were suggested to them for the raising of funds with which to carry on this Falls Campaign in the close St ates. Or. Quay declared that the Pennsylvania manufacturers had grown tired of paying tribute and wit i the Tariff settled As they believed for eight or to years they Wero refusing to it contribute except in discouraging by Small triblets. One member of Tho committee bad come prepared with a Long and elaborate statement of Tho condition in Many of the debatable states in which he Laid great stress upon the danger to Republican Success to be found in Tho Farmers Aliance movement. How to raise funds for immediate use is a conundrum which the committee has not yet solved. There is much anxiety about the elections in Ohio new York Illinois and other states next fall. The state league of Republican clubs in new York holds a convention on the 5th of next month to make preparations for the Campaign there though it is not usual for the league to do anything until after the con veil lion. There had been some dispute As to the refusal of the executive committee to accept quays resignation and to obviate All possible complications of this sort Quay resigned his membership of the committee. Being no longer a member of the committee of course he could not Servo As its chairman. Quay had not originally intended to resign irom tile committee but if he wishes to return to it his Pennsylvania followers will promptly Send him Back. Quays retirement from the chairmanship and the committee was Tho signal for the adoption of resolutions Eulogi Stic of his character and resolutions were drawn up by his successor Iii office and enthusiastically accepted by the coterie of politicians assembled in the Arlington hotel As a Mutual admiration society. After Quay had stopped Down col. Dudley tendered his resignation. The retirement of Quay and Dudley is in the nature of a Triumph Tor Harrison. Though Quay has Long talked of resigning and great efforts have been made to give out the impression that the administration wanted him to remain it is Well known that the reverse is True and that Harrison has for months been endeavouring to get him out. Quay met the Issue like the practical politician that lie is made the Best possible terms for himself with Harrison and then stepped Down with Good Grace and amid the Huzzah of his admiring Jellow members. Dudley has also resigned because Harrison wanted to got him out. The presidents position was. That As the official head of the party and a probable nominee for the presidency next year he bad the right to have at the head of the party organization men of his liking. Col. Dudley was not As willing to go As Quay was.,he said As late As last night that he had no intention of resigning. But when his Friend Quay stepped Down and it was made known to him that Harmony in the party would be Best promoted by Bis retirement lie seized pen and paper and wrote his resignation. While the president has succeeded in effecting a reorganization of the party committee it is questionable if be has gained anything save in tile fact that the new men Are More satisfactory to the party at Large and not such fair Marks for the criticism and thrusts of the enemy. Clarkson is first for Alger for president and then for Blaine. A the Blaine Boom is growing Tugger and bigger. Col. Conger brings word from bar Harbor that or Blaine has written no letter of declination and that he will write none. From this Day on the National committee will be Tho Centre from which a persistent and skilful Effort to Force Blaine into the race and Harrison out of it will emanate. The plan of these anti Harrison politicians is to convince the president that he cannot be re elected that the country demands Blaine and that Blaine is the Only Man who can save the party. Quay is to keep silent while this work of Friar telling Harrison off the track is going. On. Col. Scott of Omaha appeared before the committee tonight and in a five minute speech advocated the claims of his City to the next National convention. The committee had decided to hear col. Scott informally and As an aet of Courtesy but there was no formal discussion of the question. Col. Campbell telegraphed from Chicago that the worlds fair expected to entertain the National Republican party next year and that As usual Chicago would offer More advantages and inducements than any other was also Given that St. Louis Minneapolis san Francisco. New York and Cincinnati would enter the list. The Tariff is the question. Congressman Crane works for Mills and talks for himself. A Washington whily 30.�?congressman Crane of Texas in Here in charge of Roger q. Mills speaker ship canvass. On the Silver question or. Crane appears to have sounder convictions than his chief. The craze for free coinage of Silver a he said tonight Quot is the chief danger which threatens the democratic party. A it is useless to deny that the democracy is divided upon that question. A then Why push it to the front Why try to obscure the real question on which democracy is United Quot Tariff Reform is the Issue around which the party can gather in solid Phalanx with no dissensions or skulking. Quot it is the Only Issue upon which we can Tarry the if we push the free Silver business to the front and demand free Silver in our National platform we shall lose new York new Jersey and Connecticut and sacrifice some excellent chances of Success in Massachusetts and new Hampshire. A on the Tariff Issue Aud a conservative financial policy we have the enemy on the j run. I Quot if we Are not after false gods we shall i surely carry the presidential election next year. Quot whether the free coinage of Silver be right or wrong it is not the Issue on which the democratic party asks for a vote of Public Quay must be beaten. Word to that effect has been passed along the line. Washington july 27.�?politieans at the National capital smiled when they read the statement that Quay intended to resign his seat in the Senate and his denial was not needed to convince any one Here that he has no intention of doing anything of the kind. Quay is preparing to Battle again for supremacy in Tho Republican party of ills state. Though sadly worsted in last Falls contest he has surprised both his friends and ids enemies by the manner in which he has re gathered his forces and prepared for another struggle. Whatever else May be said of Quay he is known in Washington As a Man who is never whipped. He would be very foolish to resign his seat in the Senate which is his Only remaining leverage of Power on the eve of the contest. The nows from Pennsylvania is that the anti nay republicans Are determined to dethrone the Boss this time even if they have to fill the state House and the local offices with democrats. Word has been passed along the line to oppose the nomination of every one who will not publicly pledge himself against Quay. _ Maryland democrats nominate the governor and declare for Tariff Reform and honest Money. Baltimore. Md., july democratic state convention was called to order at noon in Fords opera House by Hon. Barnes Compton. Sex gov. Henry Lloyd of Dorchester county was chairman. Tie platform adopted is in part As follows the people have made a close comparison Between Tho methods and action of Harrison a administration and the conduct of the democratic administration under Grover Cleveland which preceded it. Their judgment was recorded at the congressional elections in november. 1890. The existing Republican administration supported by a Republican Congress has not regarded the pledges of its party or its own promises and has not so exercised its pow ors As to receive or Merit the Public approbation. The civil service of Tho United states considered As a whole is today a partisan organization doing Active political service for the administration by which it is employed. The finances of the country have been mismanaged and wild speculations and commercial disasters followed Iii the train of such mismanagement the surplus was wasted by extravagant expenditures. The unjust and unnecessary taxation of the people continued. The 51st Congress appropriated in the Money and credit of the people More than a billion of dollars. It would seem to have been the deliberate purpose of the managers of the Republican party to maintain and create an amount of Public indebtedness which would consume any surplus which might accumulate under the existing Tariff and make a further increase in the taxation of imports necessary for the import of the government. The Republican party sought to sow again the seeds of sectional discord. It was beaten at the polls by an overwhelming vote in spite of the machinery which it employed. Unable to control the opinions of a majority of lawfully elected members of the House of representatives of the 51st Congress it created a working majority in that House by illegally depriving through the Agency of the speaker a number of democratic representatives of their rightful seats. It then boldly sought to perpetuate its Power and to destroy the autonomy of the several states by Means of the notorious Force Bill. It will certainly renew the attempt to enact that Bill if it is continued in Power. The platform denounces the collection of War taxes after 25 years of continued peace. The present Tariff system is also denounced and a careful revision of the sumo recommended. The Power of Congress to Coin Gold and Silver ought not to be so exercised that Gold com or Silver Coin will become a commodity and so disturb the operations of Trade but in such a manner that Tho Dollar in Gold Coin and the Dollar in Silver Coin shall be of equal exchangeable value in All the markets of the United states. Any attempt to depreciate by legislation either of these metals ought to be deprecated cd condemned. Frank Brown was nominated for governor by acclamation. Tom Reeds return. Political discussion he avoided abroad and would not talk Here. New York. July 29.�?after four months absence abroad Thomas b. Reed speaker of the last House returned to these shores today on Tho Steamer City of new York. Or. Reed looked Well and said he never Felt better. His face is tanned and it is quite certain that to has not lost flesh since he sailed away on March 21. Or. Reeds suit of clothes was distinctively american in Cut wherever it was made but his silk hat with a narrow brim was plainly built on a British Block. Half a dozen friends Mot the sex speaker. The sex speaker went first of All to Paris like so Many other Good americans and from there to Italy where he travelled much and passed most of the time. Leaving Italy he returned to Paris thence to London and then came Home. Quot i did not go abroad to recuperate a said or. Reed a for to say that would be to presuppose that i needed recuperation whereas i am in very Good health. I went simply for pleasure. I travelled alone and i met few notables for i kept aloof from them. Quot what most interested you Quot the ancient temples and the churches in Italy. I visited St Peters in Home again and again and went All Over. The meetinghouse will Nave to be pretty big affairs to attract nil attention or. Reed dined with his friends this evening and later Stout for his Home in Maine. State elections. What has been and will be done in the states in 1801, Arkansas Jan. 20, elected an associate Justice of the supreme court. Delaware May 19, rejected a proposition to hold a convention to revise the Constitution of the state. Iowa. Nov. 3. Will elect governor and state officers and legislature. Kentucky aug. 8, will elect governor Aud other state officers and legislature and vote upon the Constitution framed by the convention which was Electea aug. 4,1890. Maryland nov. 3. Will elect governor and other state officers and legislature and vote upon six proposed amendments to Tho Constitution of the state. The first empowers the governor to disapprove separate items in appropriation Bills the second restricts the exemption of corporations from taxation the third provides for uniformity of taxation the fourth relates to the election of county commissioners the fifth authorizes the Sale of the states interest in All works of internal improvement and the sixth empowers the legislature to provide for the taxation of mortgages if such taxation is imposed ii the county or pity where the mortgaged property is situated. Massachusetts nov. 3, will elect governor and other state officers and legislature. Michigan. April 6, elected Justice of the supreme court and two regents of the state University. Mississippi nov. 3. Will elect three Railroad commissioners Ana legislature. Nebraska nov. 3, will elect associate Justice of the supremo court and two regents of the state University. New Jersey nov. 3, will elect part of the Senate and the Assembly. Newyl Ork nov. 3, will elect governor lieutenant governor Secretary of state controller treasurer attorney general Engineer and Surveyor the Senate the Assembly to justices of the supreme court and a representative in Congress from the 10th District. Ohio nov. 3. Will elect governor and other state officers and legislature and vote upon a proposed amendment to the Constitution providing for uniformity of taxation. Pennsylvania nov. 3, will elect treasurer and auditor general and vote whether a constitutional convention shall be held and elect delegates to the same. Rhode Island april i voted for governor and other state officers and elected the legislature. There being no election of state officers by the people the Republican candidates were elected by the legislature. Texas aug. La will vote upon five proposed amendments to the Constitution of the state. The first provides for the registration of voters in towns of 10,009 population and Over the Lyleond relates to Cie maintenance of Tho common schools file third fixes the maximum rate of interest at to per cent and in contracts where no rate is specified at j per cent. The fourth relates to local option and Tho fifth provides for establishing two or More civil courts of Appeal. Virginia nov. 3. Will elect one half its Senate and its House of delegates. Wisconsin april 7, elected judge of the supremo court. Favor a late Date. National democratic convention Likely to to held in july �?T92. Washington. Aug. 2.�?there is talk among leading democrats Here in favor of having a late National convention next year. It is customary for Tho party in Power to hold its convention first and next year will be no exception to tile Rule As the Republican convention will without doubt be called for May. It is the belief of Many democrats that there is no need for calling the democratic convention till the Middle of july w hich will give six or eight weeks in which to note the enemy a plan of Campaign and checkmate accordingly. Besides it is not forgotten that Congress will be Iii session next summer Aud there May be Many Fine opportunities for the democratic House to Gam practical advantages Over the republicans after the latter have made their platform and ticket. It is further argued that a Short Sharp enthusiastic Campaign can be waged to better advantage than a Long one which so severely tests the energies and financial resources of the party organization. The National democratic committee will not meet till Fob. 22, 1892. Mississippi registration. By the new Law there is a White majority in the state of Over 50,000. New York aug. special from new Orleans says the registration in Mississippi shows that the provision in Tonew Constitution of that state in regard to the prepayment of poll taxes has had Tho effect expected namely the diminution of tile negro vote. The framers of the Constitution aimed to prevent the negro from securing political control of the Stato by two provisions one requiring the payment of poll taxes four months in Advance of an election and the other by an educational qualification. The prepayment of poll taxes went into immediate operation. The time for the payment of the tax expired in july so that it is now known How the Law has operated. Returns from 32 out of 05 counties show that 44,971 Whites and 17.331 negroes registered. If the proportion is kept up in the other counties Tho total registration will be 80,-450 Whites and 35.200 negroes or to majority of 54,000. More than three fourths of Tho negroes have declined to Register or nay the poll tax. In Only one county Bolivar is there a registered negro majority and even there More than half the negroes failed to Register. In Yazoo out of 6000 negroes entitled to registration Only 78 availed themselves of the privilege and in Lowndes out of 5000 there were Only 44. In the Southern portion of the state about one half the negroes registered but in the heavy negro counties of the Yazoo Delta not one fifth and in Many counties Only one in ten. Registered. About 8 per cent of the Whites Are disfranchised by the new p. A visions and in some counties the loss runs As High As 25 per cent., but never higher. The poll tax provision of the new Constitution of Mississippi therefore assures a Large White majority of voters in that state without too educational qualifications. Cleveland not for Mills. Washington july 27.�?the friends of or. Mills have today caused to be circulated rentals of the published statement that sex president Cleveland wants or. Mills elected speaker. Their theory is that such reports will do their favorite More harm than Good As the congressmen who Are not in favor of or. Cleveland s nomination would be the More Likely to oppose Mills if they thought Iris election would be a Victory for the sex president. Asa Mattero fact there is no Good feeling Between the Texas statesman and the sex president and never has been. Or. Cleveland is not now in favor of the election of or. Mills to the speaker ship. On the contrary he favors or. Wilson of West Virginia or or. Springer of Illinois though of course neither he nor his friends intend taking any part in the contest. Notes. The Massachusetts Republican state committee will hold a meeting probably this week to select a now chairman Ana two members of the committee on resolutions. The vacancies thus to be filled were caused by the resignations of congressmen f. A Rockwell of Pittsfield William Cogswell of Salem and j. H. Walker of Worcester. These resignations Are understood to be due to Diss Tisi action at the re election of Hon. Henry Cabot Lodge As chairman of the convention. Or. S. W. Mccall it is said or possibly sex congressman Greenhalgh May Ead the committee on resolutions. The Iowa republicans and prohibitionists Are said to be negotiating for a consolidation. The Maryland prohibitionists have nominated Edwin Higgins of Baltimore for governor. Q. A. R. Encampment. Detroit ablaze with enthusiasm for the veterans. The 25th annual Encampment of the National department grand army of the Republic opened at Detroit on monday. The arrangements for the reception of the vast Host of visitors have been Well made and they Are quartered in special Camps in which the utmost re Gard is paid to the Comfort of the veterans. Every Railroad and Steamboat line came in on monday crowded with members of the order or visitors. The weather was exception Aliv warm and dry and there is a great desire for ram to allay the almost intolerable dust. Washington d. A. Is making a bid for the next Encampment with Lincoln neb., a close competitor. Equine curiosity. A horse that insisted on making an investigation. New York commercial advertiser people who happened to be on Barclay St., near the Corner of Church St., shortly before noon yesterday witnessed a queer sight. On the upper Side of the Street close to the curb Lay the body of a horse whose earthly troubles were Over. Coming up the Street from the ferry was an empty truck drawn by a handsome and powerful Bay horse. His Driver steered As far to the curb opposite the body of the dead animal As he could but it was ageless. His horse would not go past the body. Reaching a Point nearly opposite the dead animal the horse stopped and no amount of whipping coaxing or swearing would induce him to Budge. He was not afraid at All but his Equine curiosity demanded some information about the unusual sight and he was determined to have it. Finally his horse started and the Driver imagined Iris trouble was Over. But he reckoned without his Host for the horse steered straight for the carcase with his ears braced Forward. He critically eyed one part and then another of the body and then yielded to his Drivers import unities to Hack up. Once More the truck started off and the Driver thought he was sure of his course this time. To was not though for his horse had not finished his investigations and repeated his previous performance. Four times this was repeated when finally the horse seemed satisfied we Itti his investigations and trudged contentedly in toward Roadway leaving a smiling crowd behind. There was Luck in it. Detroit free press a Man in Bremen who was passing an Idle hour sat Down in a Small Park. While there he saw a four leaved Clover and at once picked it up As an Emblem of Good Luck. The next moment he was arrested and taken before the authorities for breaking a Rule forbidding visitors to touch anything Iii the Park. In vain he protested that he was about to sail for America that his baggage was aboard the Steamer and that it sailed in two hours. Before he could Settle the matter and pay his Tine the Steamer had sailed. The boat was wrecked and a number of the passengers drowned but thanks to the four leaved Clover our belated traveller was , business climate overproduction stagnates the Cotton of the Spanish and dominican treaties of conditions and crop reports from All sections. New York july 31.�?r. G. Dun amp co s weekly Rev it w of Trade says that in commercial circles there seems to be very general Ami growing Confidence that the business of the fall will be Large and profitable. And Sora improvement is seen but not enough As yet to justify sanguine views. Trade at the South is peculiarly depressed because there is too much Cotton. With several Hundred thousand Bales of last years crop left Over in the worlds markets and with competent judges predicting another crop even larger than that of 1890, it is no wonder that prices Are Low and producers scarcely got enough to pay for raising and nicking. At the East monetary uncertainties have a powerful influence. European difficulties do not pass As quickly a fully As was expected. And now serious financial trouble is apprehended in Russia because of failure of crops which will Only help this country in the end. There is growing doubt whether the movement of crops Here will not cause a temporary Drain greater than Eastern Money markets can meet but if the Grain can be sold the Gold will come. Though no Gold has been exported the outgo or currency to the West and Mouth is Felt Here and at Boston. Money is close at Buffalo and Cleveland in Active demand at Chicago. Cincinnati and Detroit firmer at 7 to 8 per cent. At St. Louis in Good Supply for legitimate business at Milwaukee close at Omaha. Nashville and Atlanta tight at Jacksonville but easier at Savannah and in fair Supply at new Orleans. Business at Boston has further improved. And Wool is quite Active sales reaching 3,521,000 pounds. More activity appears in Woollen goods and a better demand for boots and shoes while leather is quite steady. Tho great industries show no important change for the week though it must be said that dishearten ment in the Woollen goods Trade seems to increase. Much of Tho trouble is attributed to excessive credits in Tho clothing Trade. The Coal Trade is still depressed by excessive production the output exceeding last years to Date by 2,700,000 tons. Leather lumber and manufactures of Wood Etc. The Spanish treaty. Trade with san Domingo. Reciprocal changes which the president announces that he has officially approved of. Washington aug. president today issued a proclamation announcing reciprocity with san Domingo under the Tariff act of last october which with a View to securing reciprocal Trade exempted from duty sugar molasses Coffee and hides imported into the United states. By this treaty Tho following articles manufactured in the United states will to admitted free of duty into the dominican Republic on and after sept. I 1891 live animals meats of All kinds Exoo Ting smoked Corn Corn Moal and starch Oats Barley Rye and buckwheat and flour of these grains Hay bran and Straw Tress plants vines and seeds cottonseed Oil and meal cake pitch tar turpentine and Rosin Coal Mineral Waters ice machines mining machinery. Agricultural implements railway material wrought and cwt Iron and steel in pigs bars rods beams Etc., and wire nails screws and pipes Zion tin and Lead and roofing material Copper in bars plates nails Etc., aim Copper and Lead pipe bricks Cement Limo Stone Marble and paving tiles Fence wire. Telegraph wire Ana apparatus Wood and lumber of All kinds material for shipbuilding school furniture books pamphlets printed matter and paper for newspapers inks Gold and Silver Coin Aud Bullion. The following articles Are to be admitted into the dominican Republic at a reduction of duty of 25 per centum butter cheese condensed milk fish of All kinds fruits Aud vegetables of All kinds Cotton manufactured spun or twisted and in fabrics of All kinds Woven or knit and Tho same fabrics mixed with other vegetable or animal fibres Iii which Cotton is the equal or greater component part. Boots and shoes writing paper Blank books Wall paper paper for wrapping and packing for cigarettes in cardboard boxes and bags sandpaper and pasteboard tin plate and tinware for arts industries and Domestic uses Cordage rope and twine of All kinds Woodenware implements for household uses. The proclamation closes with the following language and whereas the special plenipotentiary of the United states has by my direction Given Assurance to the envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary of Tim dominican Republican at Washington that this action of the government of the dominican Republic in granting exemption of duties to Tho products and manufactures of the United states of America on their importation into the dominican Republic is accepted As a due reciprocity for the action of Congress As set Forth in Section 3 of said act. Now therefore be it known that i. Benjamin Harrison president of the United states of America have called the above stated modifications of the Tariff Laws of the dominican Republic to be made Public for the information of the citizens of Tho United states of America. Iii testimony whereof i have Hereunto set my hand and caused the Seal of the United states to be affixed. Done at the City of Washington this first Day of August one thousand eight Hundred and ninety one and of the Independence of Tho United states of America the one Hundred and sixteenth. Benjamin Harrison. By the president William f. Wharton acting Secretary of state like free Trade. What is guaranteed in a reciprocal treaty just signed. New York july 29.�?the conclusion of an important treaty of reciprocity Between tie United states and the Republic of san Domingo is described in a special Telegram from Washington to the world. The treaty an abstract of which has been secured was negotiated by Manuel do j. Galven the san doming an minister and John it. Foster special commissioner on the part of the United states and was signed in Washington june 4. The treaty will go into full Force and effect in september without further ratification. The pressing needs of the dominican people being immigration and capital they have Given the United states most advantageous terms in this treaty in the Hope of greatly developing their country. San Domingo has a Railroad from Sanchez on Samana Bay to be Vega while another from Puerta Plata to Santiago is building. To embrace All principal Points in the country. Both president Harrison and Secretary Blaine have approved the treaty and president Hereaux of san Domingo endorsed it officially on july 8. The treaty follows closely the lines Laid Down in the convention with Brazil. In the opening sections the authority of the Mckinley not for the free entry of sugar molasses Coffee Cocoa Aud hides is referred to and in reciprocity for these concessions the admission into dominican ports is authorized of goods enumerated in two schedules which Are appended the one schedule without any duty and the other with a reduction of 25 per cent upon tie duty now levied. In the free schedule Are enumerated various bread stuff a potatoes Bay and Oats pork and fish cottonseed Oil agricultural implements mining and mechanical tools and material for the construction and equipment of railways. Tile admission into the dominican ports of a Large number of articles with a reduction of 25 her cent Oil the present duty is authorized by a clause of the treaty and the schedule appended includes cured and canned meats and vegetables manufactures of Cotton Iron and steel not included in Tho free schedule a manufactured articles enumerated a covered by the reciprocity agreement. Washington. July 31.�?the Spanish reciprocity treaty and the diplomatic correspondence in regard to it were made Public today. The following is the presidents proclamation whereas pursuant to Section 3 of the act of Congress approved oct. I 1890, entitled Quot an act to reduce the Revenue and equalize duties on imports and other purposes a the Secretary of state of Tho United states of America communicated to tie government of Spain Lim action of the Congress of Tho United states of America with a View to secure reciprocal Trade in declaring the articles enumerated in said Section 3, to wit sugars molasses Coffee and tildes to he exempt from duty upon their importation into the United states of America and whereas the envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary of Spain at Washington Lias communicated to the Secretary of state the fact that in reciprocity and compensation for the admission into the United states of America free of All duty of the articles enumerated Iii Section 3 of said a let Tho government of Spain will by due Legal enactment and As a provisional measure admit from Aud after sept. I 1891, into All the established ports of entry of the Spanish islands of Cuba and Porto Rico Tim articles or merchandise named in tile following transitory schedule on the terms stated therein provided that the same he the product or manufacture of the United states and proceed directly from the ports of said states products or manufactures of the United states to be admitted into Cuba and Porte Rico free of nut in. 1. Meat in tiring United or smoked Bacon hams and meats preserved in cans in lard or by extraction of air jerked beef excepted. 2. Lard. 8. Tallow and other animal , melted or erode a manufactured. 4. Fish and shellfish live fresh dried in brine smoked pickled oysters and Salmon in cans. 6. Oats Barley Rye and buckwheat Anil flour of these cereals. Al. Starch Maizena and other alimentary products of Corn except Cornmeal. 7. Cottonseed Oil and meal Rake of said seed for Cattie. 8. Hay. Straw for forage and bran. 9. Fruits fresh dried and preserved except raisins. 10. Vegetables and Garden products fresh and dried. 11. Resin of Pine tar. Pitch and turpentine. 12. Wood of All kinds in trunks or logs joists rafters planks beams boards round or Yeh Ndrec Mast although eat planed and tongued and grooved including flooring. 18. Woods for cooperage including Staves headings and wooden hoops. 14. Wooden boxes mounted or unmounted except of Cedar. A Woods Ordinary manufactured into doors Triune windows and abutters without paint or varnish and wooden houses unmounted without paint or varnish. 18. Wagons and carts for Ordinary roads and agriculture. 17. Sewing machines. 18. Petroleum raw or unrefined according to the classification fixed in the existing orders for the importation of this article in said islands. 19. Coal Mineral. 20. Ice. Products or manufactures of the United states to be admitted into Cuba Ana Porto Rico on the payment of the duties stated 21. Corn or Maize 26 cents per too Kilogrammes. 22. Corn meal 26 cents per too Kilogrammes. 28. Wheal from Jan. 1,1892, 30 cents per too Kilos. 24. Wheat flour from Jan. I 1892, #1 per too Kilos. Products or manufactures of the United states to be admitted into Cuba and Porto Rico at a reduction of duty of 25 per centum 26. Butter and cheese. 20. Petroleum refined. 27. Boots Aud shoes in whole or in part of leather or skins. The above list is extended to Over 70 classifications of articles after july i 1892. Now therefore be it known that i Benjamin Harrison president of the United states of America have caused the above stated modifications of Tho Tariff Laws of Cima and Porto Rico to to made Public for Tho information of the citizens of Tho United states or America. In testimony whereof i have Hereunto set my hand Aud caused the Seal of the United states to be affixed. Done at the City of Washington this 31st Day of july. 1891, and of the Independence of the United states of America the 116th. Benjamin Harbison. Seal by the president. William f. Wharton acting Secretary of state. Crop and faction fight. Harvest prospects from various parts of Tho country. St. Paul minn., july 29.�?the wheat Harvest at North Dakota will not begin inside of two weeks. The past few Days of Bright Clear weather Lias restored Confidence and. Barring Hall or heavy Rains accompanied by Frost the crop is now looked upon As Safe. A correspondent in Benson county measured wheat stalks 5 feet la inches High an unprecedented growth. At urdu a s. D., some wheat will be harvested this week. Tho Berry is plump and of Fine Quality and on account of recent favourable weather Tho yield will be much greater than the estimate of to Days ago. In Charles mix and Douglas counties the average yield is estimated at 20 bushels per acre or double what it was last year. Recent Rains have benefited Corn. In Davison county Oats will yield 80 to too bushels per acre Aud Cornstalk eight feet High Are to be seen. From All Points in Minnesota wheat reports Are excellent. Some wheat will to Cut this Vook. But in Many locations Harvest will not begin before the Middle of August. This weeks bulletin of the Iowa weather service reports the daily average temperature below the nominal with less than the seasonal rainfall except in few localities. The weather has generally been favourable for Harvest and threshing and the yield of Small Grain is very Good. The Hay crop is heavy and the Prospect is flattering for flax and potatoes. Corn is doing As Well As could be expected. The full record of the month shows it to have been the coolest july with our exception within 20 years. Austin nev., was visited by a cloudburst wednesday and great damage was done. Clouds had overhung Tho Mountain tops for several Days and shortly after 2 of clock wednesday afternoon the steam whistles gave the people warning. In three minutes the Waters Rushing from the Summit of tile mountains had reached main St., coming wave Over wave carrying everything before them including boulders weighing Over a ton. The City railway was torn from its bed. Awnings were torn Down and water Mains Wero uprooted. Tile streets present Tim appearance of a volcanic eruption. The Waters receded in three hours. A destructive cloudburst occurred near Council Bluffs la., wednesday and caused great damage. Indian Creek which runs through tie very heart of lie City Rose at the rate of one Inch per minute. The water overflowed the Banks Aud swept through the streets flooding business houses and private residences. On the Bottoms in West Council Bluffs people were driven from their Homes. The damage exceeds $25,000. There is danger of a Coal famine in the West this Winter the Railroad men say. The reasons for this Are explained in the following order to All agents of the Chicago Milwaukee amp St. Paul Road which has been issued by the general freight agent a you will at once Call the attention of Coal dealers to the fact that if they do not Lay in their Winters Supply within the next six or eight weeks it is almost certain that there will be great suffering from Lack of fuel deform Winter is a water spout thursday flooded the lower Parton West Point miss., and the lowlands in this Vicinity to Tho depth of five or six foot. Tile Railroad tracks in the Bottom lands were submerged with several inches of water and the crops have suffered to a great extent Many Fields of Cotton having been flooded. Grasshoppers Are doing considerable damage to the Oats. Pastures and Meadows in parts of Ohio. Many Farmers Cut their Oats before fully Ripe in order to save the crop. No damage to Corn is anticipated. Great fears Are now entertained for the Cotton crop throughout Alabama As Cotton Worms which Baa not been seen for years Are now reported in All directions. If they increase a panic in the farming District will ensue. The cause is constant War in the councils of republicans. What they received. Harper Bazar Quot that was a mean trick of that dry goods Quot what did they do a a a advertised a circulars Given away today. A and All the women within to Miles went Down to get one when they got there they found the circulars were printed ones and not flounders Alonar without advisers and True s efforts to improve his status with the party. Washington july faction fight in the National Republican party is becoming an interesting one. Among today a echoes of last nights reorganization of the National committee is the certainty of a bitter onslaught upon Harrison All along the line. Tho Bosses Are simply playing fast and Loose with the Little Man from Indianapolis. Their Garao is to hang to the administration get what pickings they can out of it. And then if possible throw Harrison overboard. Failing in this and his renomination becoming inevitable they will come Iii like Little lambs throw up their hands for the nominee and pull together again in the Hope of convincing the country that it wants a second term of Harrison. Blaine is for the present playing into Tho hands of the anti Harrison conspirators and the administration is hard pressed. It is without powerful friends anywhere. Among All his satellites the president has no Man who is a match for any of the gang who is seeking his overthrow. John c. New is shrewd and unscrupulous enough to Cope with Quay. Dudley and Platt but he is in Europe where a soft snap is Likely to keep him. Charley Foster is somewhat of a politician but his hands Are full try Fig to Correct the blunders of his associates Iii the Treasury department. John Wanamaker is a misfit in politics and is at any rate Likely to resign before new years. Law partner Mille Noble Nurt Tho rest of them Are useless in such a game As is now being played Marshall Ramsdell is a shrewd state politician hut in the great National game be is sadly outclassed. So the administration flounders along its chief practically without advisers ail its Carnie without friends. Duo mail who might do the president some service in this emergency is Spooner of Wisconsin a smooth shrewd politician. Another is Henry Payne of Milwaukee. While hotly Are for Harrison in a languid sort of Way neither is doing him and Good. Honry Payne Odio says a a Wisconsin has had everything it wants of or. Harrison and How can we turn against him under such circumstances a did not even take the trouble to attend the meeting of the National executive committee. The president has made one desperate Effort to improve his status with his party managers. That was in forcing Warner Millers Man. Erhardt. Out of Tho new York custom House and putting Boss Platt s Man Fossett in charge. This is a Complete surrender to Platt but it came too late. The Boss is simply playing with Harrison and laughing at him in his sleeve if there shill be any Chance to nominate Blaine plat will drop Harrison so quickly As to make the latter s head swim. If any Chance occurs to push Alger to the front even the surrender of the custom House to Platt wont keep that Boss Loyal to Tho administration. Or. Platt Long ago gave it out to his friends that his plan was to get All he could out of Harrison of whom lie spoke with an opprobrious epithet and then to do All in his Power to get a better Man in his place in 1892. Tile president Lias not much helped himself by his manoeuvres in getting Quay out of the chairmanship though he has done a Good service to his party. It is amusing to note the persistency with which Quay s friends claim the Boss went out of bus own free will and even that the president wanted Ulm to stay in when those on the inside of politics know very Well Tho president has for months been trying to got Quay out. The president showed commendable courage in this too. Quay Tempo sized and wanted to make terms and showed Harrison that the committee was ready to support its chairman and that to did t have to get out unless he wanted to. This was True but then the president played his last card and he played it Dervily. He gave or. Quay ins Choice of getting out of the chairmanship and having his friends in Pennsylvania turned out of the Federal offices which have been Given them at or. Quays request. This Quay could not stand for he is making Tho fight of ins life to maintain himself in Pennsylvania and with the administration against him his career As a Boss would quickly come to an Encl. In Hie tight against Harrison for a second term chairman Clarkson Bosses Quay and Platt and others who Are in a measure dependent upon Tho administration Are not to join openly. Nor Are the old line Blaine men like Fessenden Manley and Steve Elkins tie Blaine position As the Globe correspondent gets it from authoritative sources is that neither or. Blaine nor the men whom lie can control through ties of Friendship Are to do anything. They Are simply to sit silent. Or. Blaine assumes that tie business of choosing a candidate for the presidency is the party a and not the candidates. If it shall turn out that the party by an overwhelming voice deminds his nomination probably lie will accept. At any rate he has promised Conger and others that to will write no letter taking himself out of the possibility of candidacy. At the same time these friends Are not to make any statement As coming from him. Nothing that shall appear to have Tho air of authority for his game is to Silt still Anil to voiding and he cannot afford considering the fact that to is a member of Tho Harrison Cabinet to be put in the attitude even of willingness to accept. A gentleman who has talked with or. Blaine within a few weeks said to the Globe correspondent Quot or. Blaine has no particular desire to take the nomination nut he is becoming convinced that events Are so shaping themselves As to make it Likely that it will to Ais duty to tune to solidify and enthuse the party and give it a Chance to succeed against the Odds which Are known to be against it. Quot or. Blaine assumes that if the party fools he is the Man it wants and the Only Man that can tie elected it will nominate him and it is not necessary for him to lift a Finger one Way or Hie until something else More authoritative appears this will Nave to stand As the clearest definition of Blaines present position that we can get. It is certain that this is the belief of the anti Harrison members of the National Republican committee because their Campaign irom this Day on is to be one designed to convince Blaine and Harrison Ann tile country that the great Secretary of state is the Only Man who eau save the party from defeat. The Boom for Blaine is to to Kent up and the tight upon Harrison not As president or As a Man. Hut irs an available candidate Fertile Republican nomination in 1892, is to be waged with increased bitterness this is to be done by the distinctly anti Harrison men helped by All the foreheads who did no to get Tho offices they wanted by All the men who have had their vanity wounded by Tho presidents unfortunate Lack of tact in dealing with his Fellows and by All the men who oppose him on account of his attitude on Hie Silver question. While these Fellows Are carrying on Tho Campaign for Blaine As the Only possible Moses for the Republican children of Israel the old line Blaine men and the state Bosses will to sitting Back at their ease perfecting their local machines with the administration s help and prepared to jump in at the right moment if the other Fellows can Force Harrison out or work Tho country up to one of the old time attacks of the Blaine frenzy. Quot a will nominate Blaine next year a said col. Conger of Ohio last night Quot just As we nominated Mckinley in our state. There wont be any other name before the convention a a of course Alger is the candidate of this anti Harrison gang for vice president so that if Blaine should happen to be elected and die in office they would have the government in their hands. Boss Platt will be in town tomorrow to see Secretary Foster and fix up a slate for new appointments in the new York custom House. It is said one or two of Warner Millers friends who will have to go under the new regime Are to be taken care of in lha appraisers office. Or. Platt will not suffer any grass to grow Nuder his feet in taking advantage of this new source of patronage and Power which the president in his efforts to Stem the ant administration tide has placed in his hands. As for poor old Warner Miller he will continue outside the breastworks tie president argues that Miller can t Mako any stir against him for this desertion of the Mille rites in new York for the reason that tie Quot Wood pulp statesman Quot is Irving to get the government to guarantee the Nicaragua canal Bonds to the extent of one Hundred millions and antagonism of the administration would be fatal to that project. Chairman Clarkson with the Republican party at his Belt. Is still in town engaged in mysterious conferences with his followers. Senator Don Cameron is Here. And it is rumoured that he is to Tako quays place As the Pennsylvania member of Tho National committee. That would be very much like having Quad himself for Don Cameron is a Mere tool in rho Bossy hands. President Harrison is trying to play a Little to Hies on his own Hook but Hie vultures and tigers of the party Are determined to eat him up. Vice presidents Nephew. A deplorable Case of total depravity exhibited by a relative of the late or. Hendricks will go tothe Penitentiary. Cincinnati aug. 2.�?the report from Chicago today of the arrest of Thomas Hendricks Litzenberg alias Thomas Morgan for burglary brings to a close one of the Saddest cases of depravity Ever known in this country. Tho Man Litzenberg who is not yet 36. Was born and reared in Cincinnati and was the son of or. Litzenberg a Well Knower physician. The Young Many smother was a sister of the late vice president Hendricks and Tom was Tho favorite male relative of Tho distinguished Indiana having been named for him. Or. Hendricks had no children of his own and he treated his Nephew Asho would a son. When about 15 years old Tom Litzenberg went to live with ills Uncle in Indianapolis. He was a Bright boy and until he left Here was supposed to he much above the average in both mental ability and moral conduct. Tho Young Man secured a position Iii a Bank at Indianapolis through the influence of senator Hendricks Aud for a time did very Well lie began to Fau into evil ways and gambled a Good Deal besides spending Money on fast women. Ile finally turned up a defaulter and or. Hendricks paid $5000 to get him out of tie scan be. Notwithstanding Bis wickedness or. Hendricks did not despair of reforming his Nephew and while he was vice president he secured him a position in the Indianapolis Post office. A Short time before his death or. Hendricks again Learned that Litzenberg was again a defaulter and had taken considerable Money. Those who Are mos intimate with the late statesman declare it was the conduct of Litzenberg that caused his death. He was completely prostrated by the expose and could not survive the Shock after he lost Tho support of his doting Uncle Young Litzenberg wont to Tho dogs completely. He was arrested once or twice Iii Indianapolis but on account of the influence of his connections he escaped punish moot. Within the last year he has become one of the most daring Ana notorious burglars and thieves Iii the country. His relatives Hava Given him up As a bad lot and will make no Effort to save him from the Penitentiary. Some great Faith curing. The alleged remark Noble experience of miss Elizabeth Beeville. Pit i Abura Leader miss Elizabeth Oroville of Nashville tenn., was expected to arrive at the Bethany Home on Centre av., this week. It was the intention of the Faith cd rests to have miss Scoville conduct a series of meet lugs at Tho Home but Thoy were doomed to disappointment As the Young lady has been compelled to postpone her visit to this City indefinitely owing to the illness of her sister. Miss Scoville is a remarkable Young woman. Sho is noted not Only for her intellectual attainments but also for the experience which was hers before she became an evangelist. Miss Scoville has Many accomplishments. She is something of an athlete being an accomplished horsewoman Rifle shot and once a Hose Ball player. She has a magnificent physique with Strong handsome race and is the intimate Friend of Frances Willard. She is an artist of More than Ordinary Talent and at one time won a fair income by her water colors. Miss Scoville believed the lord called her to give up her flourishing business and embark in special service for him. She prayed Over the matter finally decided to obey the Call but As she accepted the command the ceiling of the room seemed to open Aud a scroll descended before her eyes bearing Tho question Quot and your brother too a in a dream she saw a Telegram from a Friend of her brother who was a drummer and nearly always away from Home stating that her brother was dying. Ono Day the Telephone rang and some one said she was needed at Home immediately. She knew at once it was in regard to Hor brother. Her Mother stood at tie door with a Telegram in her hand. It was a fac simile of the one Slie Baa seen in her dream. She left immediately for her brother a bedside and was told when she reached Tho town that he had breathed his last. She was taken into his room and left alone wit ii her dead brother. Tho lord said to her Quot speak to your a but lord a she answered Quot How a she loaned Over the Corpse and said a will will won t you speak to me a she expected no answer and the dead Lins were silent. Again the voice commanded a speak to your brother a and again she called on the in answering Clay. For the third time the voice urged Lier and for the third Tiro she sobbed in agony a soft will will it is i Betty can to you speak to me a Miracle of miracles the lids she had thought sealed forever unclosed and his voice said Quot Why Betty How came you Here a she thought she had brought him Hack to life Only to unspeakable anguish for he Lay for weeks racked with pain. The doctors could do nothing for him. But miss Scoville prayed for him without ceasing and he was finally restored to health. A Hom is club in needed in your town. A Ort one now. Send for the weekly globes new private Eire ular and free Sample copies. The Best Light. Detroit free pre the natural stimulus of the Eye and consequently Tho one Best adapted for Reading. Is White sunlight. The softest and most pleasant of All is the diffused Light of a Northern sky. Good artificial Light is much to be preferred to insufficient Daylight. As regards artificial lights there Are two sources of trouble first that that they Are not pure White and secondly they arc unsteady. Tho first effect is found to a marked degree in All artificial Light except the Lime electric and magnesium lights the second especially in candles and Gas. Gaslight has a decided excess of yellow rays but answers very Well if the Gas is of a Good Quality and the flame is properly regulated. The Light of a Good Coal Oil lamp is very grateful to the Eye. If candles Are used Wax and sperm Aceti Are the Liest. Among the Many advantages of the electric Light is Tho fact that in color or rather absence of color it More nearly approaches Daylight than any other. Hew peanuts grow. St. Louis Republic Quot Cid you Ever see peanuts growing a asked a Well known produce dealer. A Well Down in Georgia you can see them grow and they do say that if you listen right hard you can also hear them grow. But do you know they raise the biggest kind of goobers Down in Southern Illinois. The egyptians have no use for the word Peanut though. Quot they Call them a Goober it has been my business to buy goobers in the Field and in pulling up three or four vines you can estimate Tho entire yield of the Patch very fairly. The Fine fibres of the roots Are crowded with peanuts just As the Small roots of the potato Vine Are filled with Little potatoes. Quot i have met numberless persons who supposed that peanuts grew on Trees and others who thought that they came from a Large Bush. In fact there is a dire Ful amount of ignorance extant about the Little nuts Fisherman will preside at meeting of Hook and liners then too. To is to help celebrate a Brand event for the , say some he will be a candidate for Congress. Tudor Haven mass., aug. Sweet Frances the Queen of the Bay pays no regard to gossiping tongues and curiosity seekers in and about Tudor Haven and continues to gown herself in the Well worn attire of another season enjoying meantime the Freedom and the unconventional life which her residence Here permits. Not that she goes about the Bourne and Wareham byways behind her Little Bay in a Phaeton or in the More aristocratic two seated Surrey behind a pair attired in anything to suggest carelessness. She is the personification of neatness and tidiness Aud possesses that greatest of All charms the knowledge of How to look becoming Young and winsome Iii an old gown that has lost its gloss. How to make Gray Gables her real Home and always have it charming for her husband appears to he her present object in Lite and most delightful is Ber solution of the Oft vexed question which is after ail the most common purpose in life for the average Well intentioned american Householder. While Grover and his cronies Are driving Dull care away Down at Wake by Lake in the Indian Village of Mashpee this week Madam is studying up a new round of Homo pleasures and arranging those Little economies in housekeeping which Are at once the Delight of and the supreme St Charm in a pure minded woman be her station High or Low. For instance the past week she finds that a coloured woman Over on tile Monument Beach Road somewhere is an expert laundress and it is much less bother to bundle up the laundry and take it Over to this Clever manipulator of the suds and starch than to keep a laundress at the Villa All summer Long Billie Dollar in payment for a weeks labor of this kind sets the laundress up in the seventh heaven of human happiness in the bargain. It is thus that the Bonny Good lady distributes her charities among tile people who have Long since Learned to bless Lier and to bless Joe Jefferson too for having induced her to locate at Tudor Haven. Good pay Iii round dollars for Ordinary work is my lady a Way of helping those whom she finds disposed to help themselves on in the Little seashore world and her sensible method is to be commended to All who would Aid the unfortunate and the needy. There is serious talk of petitioning the old Colony Railroad company to rectify the error it made when it listened to the request of mrs. Whittier a summer resident and changed the name of the station from the Sweet sounding title of Cohasset Narrows to the incongruous and brutal sounding name of Buzzard s Bay Many names Are suggested for the proposed re christening. Among them Are France shaven Groveton Jefferson Park Cleveland Narrows Tho fishermen a familiar title of head of the Bay Buttermilk Bay and perhaps Hest of All its former name of Cohasset Narrows. The Cleveland and the Jefferson Are to be asked to present their personal preferences in the matter and it is Likely to result that mrs. Cleveland will be the one selected to Settle differences in the direction of a plethora of titles by renaming the place to suit her own fancy. Tho excellent taste she has displayed in renaming the Tudor cottage assures the Many that she would not go far wrong Iii selecting a suitable Cognomen for the Village of which she is so prominent a part. Immediate interest now centres upon the meeting of the Hook and line fishermen at Welcome in Bourne Village on monday night next Over the deliberations of whom Kex pics Dent Cleveland i to preside. It appears that Tho recent act of the legislature whereby the use of seines traps weirs and pounds for catching bluefish in the Waters of Buzzard s Bay does not reach the evil of extermination. The bluefish is almost totally exterminated itself by this statute or the Workings of it instead of the Pound and Trail fishermen whom it was designed to reach. A Vineyard sound becomes the fishing grounds almost exclusively under the new order of things and so Many and so varied Are the methods conceived of to capture them All Ere they approach the Waters of Buzzards Bay. That the object of the few but mighty wholesale fishermen comes very near to Complete accomplishment. The Hook and line fishermen would have the wholesale Slaughter of their fish confined to the deep sea outside the sound. Incidentally there will doubtless be an Effort made to secure better police Protection in the Bay whereby illegal catching of bluefish under the new act May be More carefully guarded against. Now that our neighbors at Gray Gables has become a genuine Gap colder and has been duly accepted into this sturdy family of fishermen it becomes him Well to Appeal As a Champion of their cause for their Causa is that of the common people and their City guests As Well. It hits been quietly suggested that in the years to opine possibly the Opportunity May Ariso for ape cod to Honor Lier adopted son and Send him to Congress from the old first District As a fishermen s Delegate to plead for Cape codes needs. Imagine a for a moment the possibility of Hon. Grover Cleveland defying Hon. Charles s. Randall in his own stronghold of the Republican party in that i old Bay state. Aye a famous Battle thai would be. Or. Cleveland editor Gilder or. Jefferson sr., and or. Jefferson or have been enjoying the wilds of the Mashpee Region again. The sport of Angling for Biack Bass and White porch appears to have been much More successful Tim week than last As they have remained Down among the native indians nearly All the week. Wednesday conies the picnic and Clambake Celebration of the Narrows Bridge and the preparations Are nearly completed in All the minor details. The invited guests in Clurden Hon Grover Cieve Laud. First test of greatness. This is Rusk my a opinion expressed in a modern i believe Tho first test of a truly great mar is ids humility. I do not mean by humility doubt of ids own Power or hesitation of sneaking his opinions but a right under standing of tile relation Between what he can do and say mid the rest of the worlds sayings and doings. All Groat men not Only know their business but usually know that they know it and Are not Only right in their main opinions but they usually know that they Are right in them Only they do not think much of themselves on that account. Arnolfo knows that he can build a Good porno at Florence Albert purer writes calmly to Ono who Bas found fault with his work Quot it cannot be better done a sir Isaac Newton knows that he has worked out a problem or two that would have puzzled anybody else Only they do not expect their fellow Inen therefore to fall Down and worship them. They have a curious under sense of powerlessness feeling that the greatness is not is them but through them that they could not do or be anything else than kid made them and they see something divine and god made ii every other Man they meet and Are endlessly foolishly incredibly my Wiful. Who suggested military cycling Italy appears to have been first in the Field for during the manoeuvres of 1875 a service of cd lists at Somma were called into requisition for carrying messages to and fro. Both Germany Aud Austria have also found work for tile military cyclists and during the French autumn mame Vres of 1866 their skill As letter carriers was again put to the test. The Honor of introducing the fighting cyclist in England apparently belongs to col. To Taplin who employed them As scouts during the easter manoeuvres of 1885. A Chamois skin filter. For a Quick filter Thev recommend the employment of Chamois skin washed in a weak solution of Sal soda or any Alkali to remove any grease and thoroughly rinsed in cold water. By Means of it tinctures elixirs syrups and even mucilage Are said to be filtered rapidly of washed Well after each time it is used this filter will last a Long time

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