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Boston Weekly Globe (Newspaper) - December 1, 1891, Boston, Massachusetts Sex copies from now to jan., �?T93, for Only $5. Sam j f six copies from Dow to jsn., 93. For Only 5. Vol. Xix no. 48. Boston tuesday morning december i 1891. Price five Well employed and Money plenty. Past week marked by weak speculation and fair wholesale business Trade is steady in this City and Holiday lines Are Active new York nov. 27.�?k. G. Dun 8c weekly review of Trade says a week broken by a Holiday Bas shown the usual characteristics weak speculation Active retail Trade and moderate wholesale business. But the treat factors which to to make National Prosperity Are unaltered. Money is in ample Supply with no sign of loss. Industries Are fairly employed with some improvement. Crops Are moving with free Lorn and in wonderful quantities and Export s Are remarkably heavy. No failures occur of a character to cause apprehension and the feeling of Confidence at All commercial centres is Strong. Even the approaching session of Congress gives Rise to Little apprehension As it is Felt that opposing parties will have to act cautiously in View of a coming general election. There Are signs that the distribution of products to Consumers is improving. At Boston Trade is steady and in groceries and Holiday lines Active. In dry goods there is More wholesale and Good retail Trade and Wool is More Active sales reaching 3.2.,0,000 pounds prices favouring buyers. Boot and shoe manufacturers Are fairly Well employed. At lil Osburg pig Iron is weaker but manufactured Iron and steel in Good Demaud and the Glass Trade fair. At Chicago some decrease is seen in cured Moats lard butter and cheese but a slight increase in Barley 20percent, in floor. The weeks Trade big the largest of the year. An increase of a third in cattle and Oats of half in hides and receipts of dressed beef and Corn Are double last years and of Rye and wheat Throe times last years. Merchandise sales largely exceed those of last year and prospects Are very favourable. The Southern cities report better. At Nashville and Montgomery Trade is very fair at Charleston Good with improving exports at new Orleans receipts of Cotton and sugar Are Large and both in Good demand and Savannah alone reports present Trade Light and Money no easier but prospects Bright. The business a lures occurring throughout the country during the Hist seven Days As reported to r. G. Dun so co. And e. Russell amp co., Tho mercantile Agency number for Tho United states 237, and for Canada he or a total of 205, As compared wit i 285 last week Aud 291 the week previous to the last. For the corresponding week of last year the figures were 249, representing 211 in the United states and 38 in Canada. Partners mind weakened. Headed generals Majestic chairmen of Quoter sessions and All the rest of them out. Like the japanese with their Steamer they could t Stop it. The owner was sent for hut lived Ana distance mid for an hour and a half these unfortunate tories Spur round like suggestions. Failure of Field Lindley Belchers amp co. Of new York., new York nov. 27.�?at noon today the a lure of Field Lindley. Belchers amp co. Was announced at the produce Exchange. The him Hail been extensively handling Corn and to Tho Advance in that Cereal both Here and in Tho West is attributed its recent difficulties. Cyrus w. Field retired from the firm last april and has no interest there. Assignee Gould when seen at the firms office this afternoon said Quot the assignment was made for this reason Edward m. Field the senior member of the firm has apparently gone distracted. A this sickness resembles Incis ent Paresis and is due to overwork and the great responsibility resting upon him As the manager of the finances of the firm. Quot his Mother died last monday and ibis event seemed to bring to a Climax his mental trouble which some of his friends had detected two years ago. A physician told me a few Days Atco that or. Field was not right in his mind. A or. Field had the sole management of the funds of the firm but is unable to Tell their condition. Men who Are running the Corner in november Corn. Chicago nov. 27�?ll a. Comer in november Corn is still on but it attracts very Little attention in comparison with what the wide fluctuation in that future would indicate. There is scarcely a transaction per hour. And in the meantime the Market is liable to fluctuate several cents. The Comer is a natural one owing to the shortness of the Stock of contract new and . V. Whites Corner of september drained the country of its reserves and in falling just at the time he did to narrowly missed being Able to carry t to Corner through the rest of the year his attempts however have enabled other to Complete the Job which he began. Who Deacon Whites heirs in the Deal Are is not known but the Trade connect Tho names of Patten Bartlett 8c Frazier de Andrews Charles Armstrong and Arthur Ort with the Hull clique which has succeeded in advancing the Price of november Corn from 52 cents a week ago to 80 cents today. Be one would he surprised to see the Price put to $1. May Cornwa firm. Opened unchanged at 43, sold to 44a/� at la of clock. Consolidating Canadian breweries. Toronto. Nov. 28.�?some time ago a Syndicate of English capitalists got hold of the Dominion brewing company and they have now formed another company and secured three other breweries which i Are to be consolidated in one concern. These Are the Davis brewing and malting company. Cosgrave amp co. And tile Ontario brewing and malting company. Knitting Industry at standstill. Philadelphia nov. 25.�?the knitting Industry in Germantown seems to be almost at a standstill according to the statement of the various manufacturers. They say that Trade has not been so Dull for a number of years and several have shut Down their Dye houses and other parts of their Mills on that account. At present they Are filling orders for next month and have very slight prospects for a successful season in the Spring. Thus far very few orders have been received for Spring Trade. Notes at Home and abroad. A Cable despatch was received at Glasgow Friday from Germany stating that Herr Lecht had made a great reduction in his estimates regarding the production of beetroot sugar. In ins latest estimate Herr Lecht places the production at Loo too tons less than in his previous one. Regarding Cane sugar Herr Lecht now estimates that the yield will be less by 30,000 tons than he had previously estimated. The receipt of this Cable had the effect of causing the sugar Market Here to become Strong and Active and everything was sold at the highest prices. A committee will be appointed by the French chamber of deputies to discus the adv ability of increasing the import duties upon flour. The present impost is eight francs per one Hundred Kilos Aud it is thought that this is an imposition As it allows foreign countries especially the United states to compete with native Commerce. There Are nearly too steamers and nearly half As Many sailing vessels with cargoes of Grain in port at Buffalo n. Y. It is estimated that the Grain afloat will reach several million bushels. Tile Erie canal will be kept open until dec. 5 if the weather permits. Parnell a revolver. Or. Parnell used to travel it seems with i revolver in his pocket we says or. Of Connor came to a hotel where the accommodation was tar from Good. There was no room but a double bedded one and that reeked with the terribly stale odor that grows from want of use closed windows foul air and Damp. He proceeded to Takeoff the suspicious sheets smiling quietly never even thinking of making a complaint in fact diffident., passionless and gentle. But even on that occasion there was the suggestion of tile other Side of his character and of the tragedies amid Widich he brooded when from it Scott Cai pocket he removed a full loaded revolver and put it under his Pillow fight to tickle Gladstone. A Story forwarded to us As a Illus of the working of the a tory a sent Primrose league gathering it lived to Start a steam merry-go-1th eclat by putting All the local s on it rub Cund Squires White planned to wreck a loosened and an engine and six cars thrown Down an embankment a one killed several Hurt. Charleston s. A. Nov. 29.�?the southbound passenger train on the South Caro Tina railway with 200 passengers aboard was badly wrecked 20 Miles North of this place at look clock last night. One Man. The fireman named Parks was buried under the Tonder and crushed to death baggage master Anderson express messenger Pierson and three passengers were seriously injured. The train w As made up of four coaches a Pullman and a baggage car. All were thrown Down a 30-foot embankment into a swamp and All except the Pullman were badly wrecked. There were upwards of 200 passengers on the train Ami the Light list of casualties is regarded As miraculous. The wreck was deliberately and skilfully planned by train wreckers. One of the fish bars adjoining the rails was loosened Aud Tho spikes that held the rail were also drawn the fish bar and the wrench used was found lying near the track. All evidence Points to the fact that this was the work of an experienced Railroad of Durborrow of Chicago says congressman Springer is Likely to be speaker of the National House. Chicago nov. 28.�?congressman Springer s friends Are becoming very sanguine of the Liliuo Isian a ultimate Success in the speaker ship contest. Last Nigist congressman Durborrow of Chicago telegraphed from Washington we Uro not claimant too much when we Sav that or. Springer is now entitled to rank abreast of either Mills or Crisp. We have made full estimates of our forces which show that Springer now commands As Many votes As Crisp or Mills. The mall today brought unexpected acquisitions to Springer. Representatives who bad not been reckoned by us As having a Springer tendency sent unsolicited Assurance that they would support Springer. It will cause Surprise when the names of these recruits Are made Public. Their names cannot be Given yet but they will be Here saturday to personally Aid or. Springer s contest. New England is also going to contribute to Springer notwithstanding or. Mills claim that he would control the northeastern states. We feel assured of having most of not All of the Iowa Wisconsin and Michigan delegations besides those of life of the contest for the office of . Hovey of Indiana done with earthly life born a poor boy he carved out his own Way in the world. Indianapolis ind., nov. 23. A gov. Hovey died at 1.20 in his room at the Dennison hotel. His last moments were peaceful and his last words were an inquiry for his favorite grand daughter. Mary Menzies All immediate members of his family were present. The direct cause of his death was heart trouble. Gen. Alvin p. Hovey had a most honorable career both As a civilian and a Soldier. He was a native of Indiana and was Horn near fit. Vernon in Bosey county in september. 1821. He made his own Way in the world from Early boyhood when ids parents died. He first worked As a Brick Mason hut his ambition was Iii another sphere. Having a natural fondness for Hooks he began the study of Law with John Pitcher then the most celebrated lawyer in Southern Indiana. Young Hovey soon gained a High position As a lawyer and was elected a member of the Indiana constitutional convention in 1849. Two years later to was chosen circuit judge and a few month later he was Given a place on the supreme Bench of the state when he was not yet 31 years of age. Tho youngest supreme judge known perhaps. In any state. President Pierce appointed Bim United states attorney for the District of Indiana in 1854, from which position president Buchanan removed him As he was a pronounced Douglas Democrat. Upon the firing on fort Sumter Quot judge hover As he was then called organized the 1st Indiana legion regiment and was the first commander to offer his services to gov. Morton for the National defence. He was made colonel of tiffs regiment and it became tile 24th Indiana volunteers. They joined Fremont a forces at St. Louis and pursued Price through Missouri participating in All tile engagements of that Campaign after which they became a Dart of Grants army in the Vicksburg Campaign. Col. Hover was made a brigadier general for his services at Shiloh and later be won distinction at champions Hill in which engagement he led the assault and achieved a Victory which Cost him one third of his forces Gen. Graut was a Eye witness to Hovey s Advance there and afterwards personally complimented him for his conduct in his memoirs Gen. Grant gives Hovey deserving credit for his hard fighting at champions Hill. After the fall of Vicksburg Gen. Grant requested Gen. Hovey to return to Indiana and raise 10.000 troops. He was now a Maior general and entered upon this work wit i his usual vigor. In his Call for volunteers he requested Only those not married to enlist and this brought into the ranks Many boys. In this Way these troops became known As Quot Hovey a babies a but there were none More Brave. At Resaca 0000 of them made a Bayonet charge that was not excelled at any time during the War. Gen. Sherman was in full View of the movement and exclaimed Quot my god look at Hovey and his babies charging bayonets a it was during the March to the sea that enemies of the government in the state of Indiana w Ere becoming troublesome and a revolution at Home seemed imminent. A Strong Arm was needed to hold Down an insurrection. And the War department appointed Gen. Hovey military commander of Indiana. He came Home and pursued a vigorous policy against the treasonable organization known As knights of the Golden Circle. In a Short time he had six leading members of tile organization condemned to death but this sentence was commuted by president Johnson. In 1806. When the War was Over Jen. Hovey was appointed minister to Peru by president Johnson upon the sole recommendation of Gen. Grant. He remained abroad until 1871. When he resigned and came Home resuming the practice of Law at my Vernon. In 1872 the republicans wanted to nominate him for governor of Indiana but he declined the Honor. In 1886 he was unanimously nominated for Congress in tile first Indiana District which District was democratic. 1475. But Gen. Hovey carried it by 1562 plurality. In 1888 he was unanimously nominated for governor of Indiana and elected to serve four years. At the National grand army Encampment at St. Louis in 1886 he was elected president of the National service pension association. Last november he issued an Appeal to Congress for the passage of a service pension Law which was adopted by nearly every grand army Post in the United states. _ Frozen pudding. New York if you would Surprise your dinner guests with the Novelty of a Frozen pudding served in a Block of ice this is How you go about it. Have the ice sawed the desired shape fill the Mould in which the pudding is to be packed with boiling water and place it on the ice until it melts out a hollow sufficiently deep to support it. Cover a Platter with Fine ferns and put the ice in among the Green sprays. At the last moment immerse the Mould in cold we Ater to loosen the pudding slip it into the prepared receptacle and you will have a dish As full of magic and mystery As was the famous pie of a four and Twenty blackbirds. Lytton was a spiritualist. Paris nov. 29.--it is said that the late ii Ord Lytton was a devoted spiritualist that he believed he had communications with Joan of arc Balzac and Napoleon and that he complained that lie was always baffled in trying to have Access to the spirit of his father. Speculations and rumours As to the presidential candidates. Calvin Brice s seat other matters of much interest. Washington nov. 24.�?now that the National Republican committee has finished its labors and quietness has once More settled Down Over the Arlington the managing politicians who do some thinking for themselves and Are not swayed by the popular clamor have had a Chance to sum up Tho events of the last few Days and strike a balance. The result is perhaps not quite what was anticipated before the committee met. I talked today with a Federal official who ranks Only second to a Cabinet minister. He is a Western Man. I asked him if he thought the action of the committee in sending the convention to Minneapolis was a blow at Blaine. Quot not at he said. Quot i w worked for Cincinnati with All my might and i should not have done so had i believed the holding of the convention there would have been to or. Blaines i suggested that perhaps he did not want to admit How great was the sentiment for or. Blaine among members of the committee. Then this politician who is very Frank and outspoken at times especially when he knows his name will not he used said Quot i believe if the committee had the selection of the next nominee they would dolt in 15 minutes. They would Call the convention to order have prayers and then nominate a Why should they want to Pray first a i naturally asked. Quot because w e shall need All the prayers we could get in Advance. Even the worst criminal is allowed the Benefit of the presence of the clergy on his Way to the scaffold. Quot rut seriously i never saw anything like it. The Blaine microbe is in the air. And every one seems to be affected by it. Quot i think the party is crazy in its Blind Devotion to this Man. In my opinion Cleveland is Likely to be the nominee of the democratic party in any event but if we nominate Blaine Cleveland a nomination is a foregone conclusion. Quot nearly eight years ago or. Cleveland was Able to defeat or. Blaine. What is therein the situation today which justifies or. Blaine in believing that the same thing will not be repeated Quot is blame any stronger with the country now than he was then i think not. A the Fellows who March in processions and shout for whoever is nominated Are not the people who decide elections. It is the hanker the merchants and the professional men who take no interest in politics except to vote who Are the controlling element. They say Little Aud Are not influenced by spread Eagle oratory. But their votes count and Are numerous enough to Settle the Fate of parties. Quot now i do not this official continued Quot that this class will be any More willing to vote for or. Blaine next year than it was eight years ago. Why should it Quot the shooters and the minor politicians look upon or. Blaine As having radically changed Ilia character during the past few years. Instead of being a politician they now regard him As a statesman. A a his Tri Kiness is now called astuteness. Of you Are to believe them he is a sort of a Machiavelli and Richelieu rolled into one. St auge Isnit it. How fickle the Public is. Quot but while there have been a great Many conversions made Lite Public has not been entirely converted and there Are men enough outside of the Pale to defeat or. Blaines presidential aspirations if he is again while it is undoubtedly True that a majority of the members of the National committee Are for Blaine and that the air was heavily charged with Quot the Blaine microbes while the committee was in session the Public Mav not understand How it happened that in the face of these favourable circumstances the convention was not held in Cincinnati the answer is very simple. Men like de Young of California consistent and persistent Blaine Quot Boomers Quot whose habitat is the West. Wore determined to have the convention held West of the Mississippi and when de Young found that san Francisco stood no Chance of securing the convention he was one of the first to vote for Minneapolis As against Cincinnati. As soon As de Young abandoned the fight for san Francisco it was evident that it was either Cincinnati or Minneapolis with new York holding a certain amount of Eastern strength it was easy for Western men to Combine on the Quot flour city1�?Tand carry the Day. Quot perhaps you done to believe that blame will be As much in it in Minneapolis As he would have been if the convention was held in Cincinnati. Here is a significant Straw which shows Tho direction of the wind. Quot this morning the minnesotans who thought they owned the town went Over to the state department to Call on or. Blaine. They did no to think it was necessary to Call at the White House hut to the state department they had to go. Or. Blaine gave every member of the delegation a very pleasant greeting and in the conversation which followed said he honed Minneapolis would a unt hawed out by the time the convention met. Then William Henry Eustis one of the leaders of the delegation said that or. Blaine need have no fear that there would be any coldness in the reception which he would meet with in Minneapolis and or. Blaine smiled More pleasantly than Ever and said a i know but the Quot Blaine microbes was working there As elsewhere and its effects were at once seen. Alden j. Blethen formerly proprietor of the Minneapolis Tribune took advantage of the pause which followed or. Blaine s Quot i know and said Quot before the convention meets or. Blaine you will receive indisputable testimony As to the increase in the warmth of feeling which the people have for and or. Blaine just smiled and continued to smile As the delegates Shook his hand and retired. The members of the National committee called this morning on the president and after leaving the White House they went Over to Testate department and saw the Secretary of state they did not consider it necessary to continue tile visiting Down through the list of members of the Oab Inot. A member of the committee when asked afterwards Why they called on or. Blaine said Quot Why not we called upon the significant Isnit it a. Maurice Low. Incompetent members. Republican National committee needs rejuvenating. New York nov. 26.�?col. George w. Hooker the Vermont member of the National Republican committee said at the fifth Avenue hotel today that or. Blaines suggestion that the present National committee be continued without change during the next presidential Campaign was not Likely to be carried out. Quot Many of the old members a he said Quot of the present committee will be continued on the new committee which will he chosen by the National convention. Quot i do not wish to mention individuals but fully one third of the members of the present National committee Are incompetent. Quot they Are ail personally Good Fellows but know almost nothing about running a Campaign. A something More than Good Fellowship is required to make a successful political organizer. Quot i presume or. Blaine had in mind the composition of the committee of 1884 when he made his suggestion. Or. Blaine was himself responsible for the selection of his managers. Not one of the 46 members of the committee was in favor of making or. Jones chairman but or. Blame insisted on his occupying that position. Quot likewise the placing of or. Elkins in charge of the executive committee was in opposition to the judgment of the majority. Quot we had no feeling against either Jones or Elkins but we did not believe that they possessed the requisite ability to run Tho Campaign Ami Tho result proved we were right. Quot had the committee been permitted to exercise its own judgment in toe choosing of its Leader Blaine would have been elected. Quot Housetop campaigners do not win. That seems to have been Tho weak spot in or. Passe it s recent Campaign in this state. Quot had he gone to sleep after his nomination or confined his speeches to a dispassion ate discussion of Tho issues without abusing his opponents. I think he would have been elected. Quot abuse does not gain votes. Quot the r a Asp we have been Able to hold our Largo Republican majority in Vermont is because we have never permitted unnecessary abuse of our opponents. Our policy has been to throw no Barrier in the path of a Democrat who might be inclined to vote the Republican ticket and i think it is the Correct one. Quot we have sent Many prominent Republican orators out of Vermont who did not act up to our policy. We have no use for a sneaker no matter Bow prominent whose i chief Stock in Trade consists of cheap abuse j of the other Side. Quot a Campaign speaker is usually seeking 1 applause rather than making converts. To do this he Waves the bloody garment and pictures democrats As a lot of thieving rascals. Quot such twaddle Mav tickle the fancy of the hide bound party men. Hut every speech of that kind loses us a Hundred votes. The speaker ship contest. Present status of the various candidates for the office. New York. Nov. 27.�?the world sent Forth the following message last nigh new York. Not. 26. Taal. To Charles k. Crisp snit Reger q. Mills Washington d. A in View of the fact that your attitude on Tho Tariff has been represented in various ways is it not important from the standpoint of the country the party Aud yourself that the people should have an explicit statement from you As a candidate for speaker to what extent of any can you be considered a free trader what policy in your judgment is Correct theoretically and what course is practicable now it is surely important that your position should be definitely understood. The Public of course has a right to know Aud you we doubt not Are Wllling to give the information. The answers came prompt and graciously. They Are As follows roared Mill Cpl Neil. To the editor of the world in reply to your despatch inquiring about my views on til Tariff i would say that of my speeches Iii Congress and out of it in All parts of the country for the last is years have not made them known i can hardly do so within the limits of a Telegram. I would try if i had the Power to make the Tariff Low for the United states. I would exempt from taxation All raw material. Why because we could then produce cheaper than any other people and sell in markets now closed to us by reason of the higher Cost which the tax on material makes. That would give vastly More employment to our labor and consequently higher wages than any proposed system of taxation. The first question the legislator must ask himself is How will it affect employment of american labor having rendered free from taxation All raw material. The rates on the finished goods should be reduced to that figure that will bring the required Revenue Aud no More. This reduction of rate will be a reduction of Price to the consumer and largely increase Home consumption and Home production and again enlarge the demand for employment. This is substantially what i have said All Over the country. Robor q. Mills. Crisp answer. To Tbs editor of the world my record on the Tariff question is As Clear As that of any representative in Congress. I have always acted and sympathised with efforts to obtain Gen tune Reform Aud positive reduction. The first vote i cast in Congress was for or. Carlisle in preference to or. Randall for speaker of Tim House. Later i voted for the Morrison Hill and Ute Mills Bill. I have made Tariff speeches in Congress i new York. In Massachusetts in Missouri in Virginia in Ohio. In Maryland in Kansas and in Georgia and in each and every one of these Many speeches i have advocated reduction of duties. Of course i cannot outline in a Brief despatch a taut Bill such of i would like to see enacted but the following paragraph from the records report of my speech on the Mckinley Hill May serve your purpose or. Crisp or. Chairman the committee on ways and Means have spent months of restless Days and sleepless nights trying to find out what will give Relief to the Farmers of this country. I can suggest a plan of Relief in five minutes. Modify the existing Tariff Laws reduce taxation permit some reasonable Competition in the Market destroy trusts Accord equal rights to All Aud Especial privileges to none. Do these things and you will help him. Give the Farmer free Salt. That would help a Little. You give it to the Fisherman on the coast of Maine and on the coast of Massachusetts Why not give it to the Farmer give him free bag gig in which the Farmer of tire West sacks bus com and with which the Farmer in the South wraps hts Cotton. Give him free Iron ties with which in the South he binds his Cotton Bales and with which in Tho West he Bales his Hay. Give him some reduction on his hats on his Woollen clothes and on his Cotton goods. In that Way and in that Way Only can you Benefit Tho great mass of the Farmers of the South and West. You cannot increase the Price of their products by protective Tariff duties but you can decrease to them the Cost of production Aud of living by reducing toe Tariff on those articles used to make their crops and on those articles of necessity which All families must use. Any further information that May be desired will be found in my speeches. Cd Bles e. Cuter. Carlisle says Millo. The Kentucky senator warmly endorses the texan. New York. Nov. 25.�?congressman Warner of this City wrote the following letter to United states senator Carlisle asking his opinion As to Hon. Honor q. Mills fitness for the position of speaker of the House at Washington novt Yolk nov. 17, 1891. Hon. John o. Carlisle Covington by. My sir Hon. Roger y. Mills is As you know a prominent candidate for the speaker ship on the ground of his serv Loes to his party and to the principles to the Success of which the 68d Congress owes its unprecedented democratic majority. I do not merely recognize the strength of his claim based on his record but the fact that every democratic member of Congress whom i know to be in favor of relegating Tariff Reform to the rear is opposed to or. Mills has added to the indications that i am right in my preference. It is however asserted that or. Mills is unfitted by temperament to make a dignified and effective presiding officer of the House. I know of no one whose opinion on that matter would have More weight with others As Well As myself than would your own. May i beg an expression of your opinion in such regard while i should greatly prefer to be allowed to use snob reply of you May Send me i shall of course tie glad to consider it confidential to any extent you May indicate. J appreciate also the delicacy of the subject matter involved Aud the possible reasons for your preferring to be silent upon the subject whatever May be your opinion anti shall not consider it either discourteous to myself or allow it to prejudice me against or. Mills should you not answer this letter. I should however place such Reliance upon your judgment that i greatly Hope to have the Benefit of it and i know so Well the great weight that others would give to any expression of your opinion that i cannot but Hope you will permit me to use it. Belie re me very respectfully John Dewitt warred. Or. Carlisles reply is appended United states Senate i Washington d. C., nov. 21,1891. J Hon. John Dewitt Warner new York. Dear sir your favor of the 17tli inst. Just received. The charge that Hon. Roger q. Mills is a unfitted by temperament to make a dignified and effective presiding officer of the House a does that gentleman very great injustice. Or. Mills is Earnest and courageous in the maintenance of ills opinions but he is just Aud impartial in the discharge of his Public duties and always accords to bus opponents the same consideration lie claims for himself. Before his appointment As Clairman of Hie committee on ways and Means in the 50th Congress the same objection to which you now refer was urged against him. Aud there were Many who expressed the fear that his views were too extreme for the position and that lie might recommend legislation udon the Tariff of such a Radical character that Hie party would be unwilling to endorse it Bat the provisions of the proposed Bill and the manner in which it was managed in the committee and in the House showed conclusively that All these apprehensions were unto ended. His Bill was a very conservative Oue and his advocacy of it was Able and judicious from the beginning to the close of the discussion. Of elected Streaker. I am sure that the same spirit of moderation would characterize his administration of that office and that no one would Ever Hove just cause to complain of hts Demeanour while presiding or of i general course on political questions. Having answered your inquiry perhaps i ought to say no More int i will venture to Aillet a word upon another subject to which you incidentally allude it is unfortunately True that there is a disposition to some quarters to subordinate the question of Tariff Reform to others which Are. In my opinion far less important to tire people and far More danger ens to the Harmony and Success of the democratic party. Upon the t Riff question we Are practically United while upon the Silver question and perhaps upon some others there Are wide Aud honest differences of opinion among members of oui own party Dif Ference which can be reconciled Only by patient deliberation and the exer ise of a Liberal spirit of toleration and forbearance. Why shall be on the eve of a great National con test when Victory to almost within our grasp abandon or ignore a vital Issue upon which we Are United and we Ste our strength in a fruitless controversy among ourselves Over questions w hich can lie better adjusted after it has Lwon determined what part of their own earnings the people Shad be permitted to keep let us do one thing at a time and All things in their Proir order. The first duty of the democratic party and of All who sympathize with it is to Chango the Laws under which the earnings of Tim people Are taken away from them by unjust taxation for private purposes and whoever proposes to postpone the performance of this duty in order to inaugurate a War among ourselves Over the Silver question or any other question is not a Wise counsellor Aud would not make a Safe Leader. Yonis truly j. G. Cable Isle. Noble s report. Statistics presented by Tenor department in indians and their condition dwelt i Pon at length. Morrill is Fok Blaine. Say the plumed Knight will run health permitting. Washington. Nov. 25.�?senator Morrill of Vermont is one of the republicans in a position to form an accurate judgment who believe that or Blaine will be a candidate for Tho Minneapolis convention next june. Senator Morrill believes that or. Blaine has not made up Bis mind yet what he will do. Quot i Haven to seen or. Blame since my return to Washington a said or. Morrill Quot but i think from what we hear Bels quite restored to health. Quot i Bel eve he can have the nomination of the Republican convention. Quot i believe he can have Tho nomination if he wants it. Quot but if he should to the candidate before the convention with a return of the sickness from which he is suffering. I believe he would not allow Bis name to be used. Quot his in Milf Are very careful of his health and i Bink they would not to willing to have him risk it in another canvass unless he seemed to be perfectly Well and Call officially made. Conditions under which National Republican convention will meet. Washington. Nov. 24.�?the National Republican committee has issued the following Call the Republican electors of the United states in accordance with usage and the instruction of the Republican National convention of 1883, a National Republican convention of delegated a epic Senta Tives of the Republican party w ill lie held at the City of Minneapolis on tuesday the seventh Day of june 1892, at 12 o clock noon for the purpose of nominating candidate for president and vice president to be supported at the next National election and for the transaction of such other and further business As May be brought before it the Republican electors in the several states and territories and the voters without regard to past political affiliations who believe in Republican principle and endorse the Ren Uhlian policy Are cordially invited to unite Muter this Call in the formation of a National ticket. Each stale will be entitled to four delegates at Large and for each representative in Congress at urge two delegates and Eracli congressional District each territory and the District of Columbia to two Delegate. The delegates at Large shall lie chosen by popular state conventions called on not leis Gian 20 Days Public notice and not less than 30 Day before tile meeting of the National convention. The congressional District delegates shall be Chana at i conventions called by the congressional committee of each such District in the same manner us the nomination for a representative in Congress is made in said District. Provided that in any congressional District where there is no Republican congressional committee owing to redistricting the state under the next congressional apportionment the Republican state committee shall appoint from the residents of Midi districts to committee for the purpose of calling a District convention to elect District Delegate. The territorial delegates shall be chosen in the same manner As the nomination of a Delegate in Congress is made. The delegates of the District of Columbia shall be chosen at a convention constr tilted of members located in primary District assemblies held under the Call and direction of the Republican Central committee of the District of Columbia which said committee shall be chosen one from each Assembly District on the first tuesday of january 1882, at the hour of 7 of clock a in., at a place of meeting in each District to be designated by a joint Call with not less than to Days notice signed by the member of the Nat tonne committee lathe District of Columbia and the National committee for the District of Columbia Aud tile chairman of the Republican Central committee of said District. An alternate Delegate for each Delegate in tire National convention to act Iii the Case of the absence of the Delegate shall be elected in the same manner and in the same time As the Delegate is elected. All notices of contests must be filed with Hie National committee in writing accompanied by printed statements of the grounds of contest which shall be made Public. In reference in the order of hearing and determining contests will be Given by the convention in a Lordanoe with Hie dates of filing such notices Aud statements with the National committee. James s. Clarkson chairman. Jacob Sloat was skit Secretary. On the seventh ballot. National Republican convention to be held in Minneapolis. Washington. Nov. 23.�?at 11,30 a. In. Today the National Republican committee went into executive session at the Arlington hotel. Acting chairman Clarkson presided. Every state and territory was represented directly or by proxy except new Mexico whose representative was detained on the railway. The committee decided to allow one hour to the representatives of each City competing Lei time Honor of being the meeting place of Tim convention Aud the doors were opened at 12,40. Congressman Mckenna or. De Young and f. G. New Lamis of Nevada presented the claims of san Francisco. Or. De Young Sani the people of that City were prepared to pay the travelling expenses and the hotel Bills of the delegates. Sex senator Palmer Hon. Mark Brewer congressman Allen of Michigan Tun senator Stockbridge advocated Lite claims of Detroit. The claims of Minneapolis were presented by senator Washburn of Minnesota. W. Johnson Chiel clerk of the United states Senate gov. Merriam of Minnesota and senator Casey anti representative Johnson of North Dakota. Committeeman Filley of Missouri spoke in advocacy of St. Louis. Ii. Scott senator Manderson. Senator Carr of Wyoming and John m. Thurston of Nebraska followed Iii advocacy of Omaha. The claims of new Fork City were presented by col. Elliot f. Shepard senator h Stock Hon. J. Sloat Fassett and senator Hawley of Connecticut. The claims of Cincinnati were presented by sex gov. Boraker and governor elect Mckinley. Mayor cur icy of Pittsburg and congressmen Dalzell and Stone of Pennsylvania presented the claims of Pittsburg. Col. Bradley spoke Tor Chattanooga Tenn. This concluded the speeches and the committee went into secret session and began balloting. Seven ballots were taken. Immediately after going into executive session an informal ballot was taken and resulted As follows new York to Omaha. 3 Minneapolis 14 Cincinnati. 8 san Francisco. 6 Detroit i Pittsburg. I St. Louis i Chattanooga 4. A formal ballot was then taken with the following result new York. To Omaha 3 Minneapolis 14 Cincinnati 8 san Francisco. 6 Detroit i Pittsburg i Chattanooga. 4. Second Bailo new York la Omaha 4 Minneapolis 13 Cincinnati 12 san Francisco 7. Third ballot new York to Omaha 4 Minneapolis 13 Cincinnati 13 san Francisco 7. Fourth ballot new York. 4 Omaha. 4 Minneapolis 13 Cincinnati. 15 san Francisco. 8. Fifth and sixth ballots without material change. Seventh ballot Minneapolis 29 Cincinnati 15 new York. 3. Thus Minneapolis has secured the Plum. June 7 was agreed upon As the Date of the convention. Reasons Why Utah is not entitled As Yit to be made a state. Washington Nev. 29. The annual report of Tho Secretary of the Interior shows that Tho work of his department during the last fiscal year has been of immense volume and of signal importance. The general land office it is stated is nearly abreast of its work the Indian i Bureau is accomplishing the rapid disintegration of the Indian reservations the Sev t Rance of tribal relations and the education of the Indian youth. The pension office is rapidly completing the allowance of All pensions legally possible under the Laws moving at the rate of about 30,000 a month the census has been taken and its publications rapidly going on Tho geological Survey is keeping up its admirable work and is selecting the Reservoir for the arid lands of the far West and Southwest he Railroad Bureau is making ready for the maturity of the debts due from the subsidized railroads Tho Union Pacific and others. The Bureau of education beside having distributed the vast fund allowed Tho agricultural colleges for White and coloured pupils in the different states is engaged in new plans for Tho accumulation Ana distribution of information useful for Tho schools and their hotter management and the Patent office having celebrated ifs Centennial is still advancing Iii the volume and variety of its interesting Aud great investigations and patents. Secretary Noble gives Tho history of the opening of the new Indian purchases in Oklahoma under the proclamation of the president on sept. 22, Iski when nearly a million acres were taken by settlers Between noon and dark. While 2718 indians were elevated to citizenship by taking allotments of Igo acres each. Judging the future from the past 11 is said we May expect soon to see these hundreds of thousands of acres not Only supporting a great and prosperous Community but fur in Bing a Market for our Domestic manufactures and pouring surplus agricultural products into Tho Central markets of our country. Over 16,000 indians have already become citizens of the United states and about 4000 More by taking their allotments have signified their desire to become citizens. To those numbers should be added the 7619 indians in Oklahoma who have taken or agreed to take allotments a total of 27,619 indians naturalized Aud total of acres acquired for settlement of about 23,000.000 luring the present administration alone. While it is not claimed that perfection has yet been reached in the Indian service. It is mentioned that. In common judgment of those familiar with and interested Iii the welfare of the indians this service has been greatly improved. The Indian population is reported As 250,-483, exclusive of natives of Alaska. The number of Indian youth enrolled and the average attendance Iii tile schools has increased. The appropriations for schools have largely increased from year to year and the liberality of Congress has been pronounced during tile present administration. In 18 8 the appropriation for the support of Indian schools was $1,179,916. In 1891, $1,842,770, and for 1892 it is $2,291,650. The indians As a Rule have consented so readily to Send their children to school that it was not found necessary immediately to enforce attendance As authorized by the act of March 3, 1891. The allotment Law commonly known As a a Dawes Hill a has secured for its author the Praise of All interested in the welfare of the indians. It has been accepted As the very Best Means of solving the Indian . And it is receiving an administration. Chiefly by written consent and agreement by the indians that promises to develop rapidly its benefits for the Aii tees. Tile work accomplished by the different commissions authorized by Congress to treat with tile indians is reviewed by the Secretary at length and an account is Given of the troubles with the Sioux which culminated in Tho fight with that tribe on the Bine Ridge reservation in december 1890. Tile turbulence of these indians is ascribed to various causes summarized As follows t. The fact that they wore War like indians and have a record of Victory in Battle under a sitting 2. Tho excitement growing out of the Messiah craze. 3. A feeling of unrest engendered by factional opposition by leaders of the no progressive element to the act of 1889 for the reduction of the great Sioux reservation. 4. Failure to receive through want of appropriation by Congress fulfilment of promises made by Tho Sioux commission. 5. Dissatisfaction because of the statement that their agreement under the act named prevented the Transfer of a band of indians from the Rosebud to the Pine Ridge Agency. 6. Failure of crops of 18h9 by neglect and for 1890 by reason of serious drought. 7. Diminished appropriation for the subsistence a failure of rations improvidently used. Issued after Short crops. 8. Delay in appropriation until aug. To i Hilo providing Tor Tho indians and preventing them from engaging in their usual employment of farming luring Tho summer Ami fail months. Iii regard to the pension office. Secretary Noble says a there is probably no Bureau in the whole government where a claim is More closely scrutinized it has to pass three Legal experts three medical examiners a Board of examining surgeons the War records the medical referee and the commissioner. Manx penalties Are inflicted and enforced for any fraud. A it is shown that first payments have greatly decreased in amounts that the allowances of original pensions will soon All he made that there will then be a great a decline in the sum necessary to pay pen s on. Aud Tho lists will rapidly decline from death and other causes. A Tho present Issue of certificates is about 30,000 per month and it is thought that the Bureau will be Able to carefully adjudicate 350,000 claims Lur us the present year. The work at thin rate will allow All lawful pension claims within the next 30 months and. Of course All first payments will then have Boon disposed of. This alone will cause drop of $30,000,000 in the appropriation and Tho list will thereon constantly diminish by natural causes. It is predicted that the pensions will when the highest Point is reached not exceed very greatly the present sum Ami be Kub oct to a rest decrease immediately after. The estimate for 1893 is $144,956,000, As ascertained since the report was printed the Secretary expresses the belief that Tho Lith census will stand As much fair and honest criticism As any work of the same magnitude heretofore done either at Home or abroad. Tile Secretary gives an abstract of the earnings of the several aided Railroad companies. Showing also the amounts due from them to the government dec 31,1890. It appears therefrom teat Tho total debt principal and interest to the United states of each company was As follows att,701,208.17 63.683.612.38 3,654,021.90 3,414,170.70 Union Pacific. Central Pacific. Siux City Ltd Pacific. Central Branch Union Pacific., total.#112.613.013.06 Ile refers to the bonded indebtedness of the Union Pacific Railroad company and again urges that some policy should be adopted and declared by Congress whether it to to extend Tho loan which will mature within the next six Yoars. Or to sell the Road for it seems to be com ceded on All sides that the company will not be Able to pay the Bonds at maturity. Regarding Utah and the mormons the report says Quot in Utah the population is estimated by the governor to be �?T415,000. The total assessed value of properly real and personal in i Sui was #121.146,648.37, an increase Over the year before of $16,-387,898.37. Or lu.65 per cent. Quot referring to the declaration of the mormon Church. Through its president in september. 1390. That plural marriages Are not encouraged nor solemnized by the Church and calling upon its members to refrain from contracting such marriages the governor inclines to the belief that this action is sincere and should be so regarded until there is reason for thinking otherwise. Quot the majority of the Utah commission in their report do not concur in the views of i the governor on this sub. Eel. They doubt Tho of the mormon Church in its declarations against poll game. Quot they refer to the fact that the mormon 1 Church has denounced the commission than ugly All the Viar it has he a administering the Laws of i ingress directly against polygamy Aud has Stre nuni by opposed a verve Ort made whether through these Laws. The action of the courts or of die commission. To pot blown Tot game and ext it reas the opinion that while Tho j declaration of Tho Church Way be accepted i As a progressive step it will do no harm to Utah or to Tho nation to wait awhile and see what this sudden conversion will bring i i commissioner Mecier Namle a minority report is also of Tori. And Tho proceedings of i the late Council of latter Flay saints set i Forth. Tile Secretary finds in these reports no i such claim Tor statehood for Utah As would seem to require lava rate consideration by i Congress. Tint territory is progressing most favourably in material wealth and social Al cation under the present conditions. No doubt Tho t Ine will come when it May he admitted into the in on with Pride and safety hut it is believed that that time is not at hand. I much interesting information gathered i from Tho first annual report of Ilia governor of Oklahoma is pre enied. The population which in m in. 1890, was found to be 60,1 47, is now estimated at i logo a Hies anti towns have been built and every Quarter Section of the land opened to Sevien but is occupied. The first Legisa at pc Assembly met in r. 27, 1890, for a session of 120 Days it which a very fair code of Laws was enacted. The agricultural statistics show that luring the current year there have been under cultivation in wheat about 28,000 acres in Corn 85,675 acres Cotton. 30,686 a res Oata 7770 acres hungarian grass and Millet 5123 acres sorghum 1,9.40 acres potatoes. 2000acres Rye. 1317 acres. Besides there were cultivated Castor Beans tobacco flax buckwheat peanuts Etc. The value of Wool marketed from february 1890, to Foh Ruaro 1891, a $24,269, and of animals fattened and sold was 51,237. In six counties not include Tig Beaver 584 out of the too Quarter sections of school lands have been leased for three years for an aggregate of $52,206.67. There Are 400 organized school districts with us03 Tup and 438 teachers employed 65 schoolhouses wore built during the year at a Cost of $8143.85. The Secretary concurs in recommendations submitted by the governor of Alaska in his report for legislation by Congress providing for revision and amendment of the Laws relating to the territory for Tho incorporation of municipalities and for the holding of elections for government hospitals for treatment of natives afflicted with chronic and hereditary diseases and for insane persons and paupers for the establishment of agricultural Experiment stations for a More eff Icmat system of trial and punishment of offenders against the liquor traffic in particular the Ensor a Cut of the Law As they now exist being almost Illinois Hie and for the definition of the Legal and political status of the native population. The population of the territory is about 30,000. The White population is nearly one half foreign bom. The natives Are More settled reliable and intelligent than the in dins of the Plains. Thev live in fixed abodes a Ifil Are soil sustaining. They have made great Progress in american civilization and their advancement Mav be facilitated by Tho continued Liberal Ani of Tho government in the matter of education and in the Protection of their Legal rights. Tho annual exports of the territory exceed the imports by $7,000,000. Some of the principal items of Export were 688,332 cases of Salmon valued at $2,752,328 whalebone 231,283 pounds valued at $1,503,333, and 21.596 fur seals at $1,000,-000. The value of the Gold and Silver product is estimated at $1,000,000. Thor port refers to the Nicaragua canal is follows Quot it seems appropriate that this great Highway for the products and manufacture from and imports to the United states should be connected with the department of the Interior. It is being built at the same time that the great waste places of the country Are being opened to settlement. The factories increasing the railroads extending and the population rapidly multiplying. Quot soon our Commerce must reach not Only the states of South America and Mexico hut China and the East by this Western route. It is Gratifying to note that this Short passage to some of the greatest commercial markets of the world will he ready by the time a demand for it becomes in the absence of any provision by appropriated for the immediate supervision and cure of the nationa1 Parks by civil superintendents Tho department has been obliged to rely upon the assistance rendered by the War department in furnishing troops for that purpose. The Secretary regards it As Peculiar and inexplicable that Congress imposes upon Tho department the custody and management of tit est reservations hut makes no appropriation for that purpose and even omits to impose any penalties for violations of the rules and regulations required to be formulated by the Secretary and states that it is much to he desired that the Protection of Law he extended to these important rules Connecticut absolute Power of the town meeting Moderator denied in hearing on Bukeley moral contest. Hartford. Conn., nov. 24.�?at 9.30 this morning the arguments were resumed in the Case of Morris is. Bulkeley for the governorship before the supreme court of errors in the Capitol. William c. Case opening for the Republican Side. Declared that the question now was Quot is there any Ixo wer to Settle contested elections a a a the will of the people is a hollow sound if there is no Power to discover what that will is. When questioned. The people believe that there is such a Power and that the court May determine where that Power lies. The people Are Here behind Tho relator and the d fondant asking for Light. They do not care so much who is governor but they want the principle settled. Quot this Power has been and is Iii the general Assembly the framers of the Constitution did not intend to have this Power in the hands of Loo Petty despots. Quot the returns were All to he Laid before the general Assembly in order that the full evidence Iii the Case might to before that Hod. Quot the return Call for the number of votes a Given for each not the number the distinction Between a votes Aud ballots is fanciful. Quot is the certificate of the presiding officer final supposing that the presiding officer of new Haven should be removed by death beyond the Roach of pen Aud Ink. Would his return no matter How wrong it might be. Stand As filial it might have disfranchised half the voters of new or. Case Analysed the Power of tile Moderator and showed How Small it really was. The counters if the position of the other Side is Correct have to in their hands to overthrow Hie will of the people. By forcible illustration by keen sarcasm he sought to show the utter Absurdity of the Cla m that the Moderator is the autocrat of Connecticut selections. He then riddled the claim of the other Side that no declaration by the general Assembly was pc a scary. All the morning Long the court room was filled with distinguished visitors. Sex gov. Ingersoll arguing for judge Morris followed or. Case. Longest Ever Gnu clothe show the 400 get rid of their cast off garments. They find a Helper in a Yew an silent French woman. _ where Waves of social history boat and Leye to Trace. In re i a nov j not a Snake lie but rope for under ground haulage. Four Miles being the length of a single rope. Weighing 20 tons recently than fac tured at a Roper in Deptford. Sunderland. It is made of the Best steel wire and is intended for a Colliery in the Southwest of England where it will be used for underground haulage. As the cranes at the rope Yard and at the goods station wore not Strong enough to lift such a Load All at once the rope was Mado up into three coils so they could be lifted one at a time. A roue 3 mile 210 Yards in length was manufactured some two or three years ago at Tyne Dock for the French government Oreana towing purposes weighed 16.tons, and was 2h inches in circumference. Two years ago firms at Gateshead made a Wiro rope 5 inches in circumference which was 2 Miles 1040 Yards in length and weighed Over 23 tons. It was manufactured for the North British railway company for drawing their trains from que n St. Stat on Glasgow through the Tunnel to co lairs and it was the largest rope Ever made for use in that country. The president has appointed William k. Sullivan of Illinois Consul of the United states at Bermuda Aud Marcus Selmer of Medicine. Iud., a special agent to make allotments of land in several territories. If. Other Day an in in Ive person asked ii ipad of Tho four Hundred with t h e reputation o f ii c v e r wearing a gown More than three time. Quot How do Yon manage not to he swamped in a sea of garments your by gloves Cost More than sayd ail my wardrobe yet i find Niv closet disagreeable full at least once a the lady smiled inscrutable saying Quot Tho poor we have always with us. I see you look incredulous hut it is in absolute fact that Tov Worth gowns help to warm Many a poor creature every Winter. Not of course in their first a Tate. Madame is the magician that makes them available. Quot when i have told Yon my part of tic Story i will Send you to Lier for the rest. I you see. If one goes out a or a Deal Heap of bottles Are a necessity and Tho morn unique and striking a gown ii the Shorter us season of use guineas. For people re Mem bar it and do not forget to remark its Appe Ara i cell at a1 frequent. Then you Mast either remodel it give it away or Send Foi Madame. The k Rem ii maid Tai los. Quot a Clever maid. With Knack Iii her fingertips can transform a Siiple gown with new draperies and trimmings hut give her an embroidered French creation Radiant with the individuality of Worth or Fin Gat and she bungles terribly to terribly in tact. That Hie last late of the garment is More notable than the first. Quot file most serviceable gown in the worm is a silk or velvet very handsome and Well Cut by severely Plain upon which All Orts of trimmings Mav be superimposed to give the effect of different costumes. Bysor Lorii ing yourself you will escape reproach. On the other hand your style will never be remarked and what woman could Bear that. A a nearly All prominent society women have Sisters cousins aunts nieces Friend or proteges so situated As to make the gift of their scarcely worn garments More than acceptable that is what becomes of a Lea of society a frills. Their now owners make them Over or Wear them intact in fresh Fields and conquests new. One a Jenerou woman Ltd Ivers get in. A one 5th a. Matron within my knowl Edge is a sort of special Providence to Many people of whom she knows hardly More than their names. Quot the surplus of her wardrobe goes into the hands of a nobly generous creature who delights to distribute among other gentlewoman who Are secure enough of their gentility not to take offence at the gift. Quot that sort of thing goos on largely abroad whore Tho ranks of poor gentle women Are so pitifully crowded. There is Mort of it Here too. Than you would imagine., Quot i could name you More than oho Colic and Beauty Whoso career Woald be impossible but for such Good help. Very handsome stuffs Are of course worked Over by dressmakers outside but it is tile exception not tile Rule. One in a made of a c ourt train. Quot in London though you always count on getting a new evening gown out of your court train after you have been presented. It is four or live Yards Long Aud heaven knows How Many breadth wide so it is As easy to Deal with As new stuff besides there is the lining for a new undergo Vuu. Historic brocades too. Arc kept and Mado Over. Indeed As n Rule. Each one of us cherishes very Rich silk of any Peculiar sort real lace of All sorts. Lyons velvet and Sable. In each of these to buy an Cli qualities As Deseive to become heirlooms and. For Tho most part. A keep them very Well. Quot our maids of course come Iii for Many things even such As is manifestly impose Siphie for them to Wear. But generosity toward ones personal attendant is More Aud More taking other forms. Never a malt Wear old clothe. Quot disagreeable contretemps have Amra than twice Arisen from the maids appearing in the garb or the ornaments of the mistrial , too such gifts Are Pur fio sely misused for revenge or u hid of questionable associates. Quot to Madame is More than Over a Blessing and a necessity. She is Tho Dearest neat Small French woman with a trim shop in an out of the Way Nook. She has been in bus Ness years and years. We Alt have Hor address and when gowns and wraps begin to clotter everything she is sent for comes in a cab trips daintily about pulling Over and peeping it things then says a a give the lady so Many dollars a counts out tin Money it is usually in Gold Aud goes away. A next Day a trunk or two leaves the House not addressed but in charge of some one who knows where to take it. At about the same time maybe the chatty Organ ligation receive a sum of mopey either anonymously or accompanied by a Well known name and. Oddly enough it is exactly the amount that Madame left behind her. Quot not a great sum either she took 28 gowns from me at her last Call. More than half were French and had cast $300 to $500 each and i bad just $500 for my Charity fund. Besides t hat rav maid sold Lier As most maid do. Three cloth gowns i had Given her for about $50�?less than the making of either of them hut Mote thou she could realize any other Way. Who Madame a it towers Are. A has Madame other customers i leaps of them though Madame never rattles it would ruin her business. Though Why we should be ashamed of dealing with her passes my comprehension. It is for a laudable purpose the Money All goes in Charity and docs Good were the old clothes could Only do a card took the inquisitive person to this mysterious Madame and proved an open sesame to the wonders of her shop. The half had not been told of it Worth gowns overflowed the closets Tho presses the big trunks that Lilied tile walk All with the makers stamp Aud Many with hardly a Trace of Wear. Felix. Fin Gat. Red Fern and 20 More famous names were in the various Gar ments heaped and huddled about the queer Small p Ace. It was a riot of silk of embroidery of jewelled beading and ephemeral lace. Madame fingered the gowns lovingly. This garment came from next door to a Vanderbilt tha Oue had figured at an Astor Ball another a sole appearance was at a Newport dinner its wearer being forced to put on mourning within the next week. Here were gowns from Murray Hill there were to meant for a Belle Iii upper 5th av., also suddenly bereaved. Indeed All about were Waves and Billows of social history Mado Manifest in color and Sheen Iii silk and Gold and Silver and Pearl. What Madame Hoe who the clothe. Madame of course buys to sell again. Her customers Are first of All actresses particularly those on Tours. A list of those whose proportion she hears in mind would he a revelation. That she has clone much to elevate the stage must to apparent to All who read thai she makes it possible to play in Worth gowns at a Cost of $25 to $30 each. After them comes an army of woman kind who care More for excellence of Cut than for absolute freshness in their garments. Altogether she and her shop Are a Little bit of Paris set Down in new York heart. Estell Brooks. Dado of love letter. This is the latest Novelty in House decoration. A Western Belle has papered her boudoir entirely with her correspondence since her coming out. She Baa covered Hie Walls with Ordinary epistles Conia Mug invitations announcements of her friends engagements or other Domestic occur. Noes Ana so Forth while above runs a frieze of envelopes. But the chief interest lies in the Dado Wiser the love letters Are arranged in chronology Cal order those conveying an offer of marriage being placed at the top to catch the Eye. To spare her admirers it clings however the Young lady has Cut off their signatures. As yet Tho Dado is incomplete but it is expected to be finished luring the Ltd Aig season by some additional conquests

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