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Boston Weekly Globe (Newspaper) - January 27, 1891, Boston, Massachusetts The Boston weekly Globe tuesday january 5 891. Vat. Dews of the week. Ling Kalakaua of Sandwich islands dead. Tough times in Chicago a unhappy horsemen in new Jersey. Notes of interest gathered from All Points of the country. The death of King a amp a Kaua of the Sandwich islands which occurred at Tho Palace Fotel san Francisco on the 20th inst., after Allong illness from Brights Dis ase was Tho first Royal death in our Republican America. When King Kam Chamchan v. Died in 1872 there were two candidates for Tho vacant throne David Katakana Aud William . Tile latter was elected by popular vote my confirmed by Hie legislature. Luu lilo bid within a year and a legislature convened for the purpose elected Kalal Taua in february 1874,. Tho Validity of the election was contested by Queen Emma widow of Kamehameha in. Civil War threatened for a time but finally the adherents of Queen Emma admitted the legality of the election and Kalakaua a authority was undisputed. In july. 1889, an insurrection led by Robert w. Wilcox and Robert Boyd two americans broke out in Honolulu but was suppressed in a few Days. The avowed object of the conspirators was to dethrone Kalakaua and put in his place his sister the Princess Liliuokalani. Who however was not suspected of being party to their plans. On the loth Day of july 1887. Kalakaua in compliance with the demand of the people signed anew Constitution limiting Tho Power of the Crown. The effect of Katakana death upon hawaiian politics is problematical. The Princess Uli Okalani is popular and May succeed in securing the votes of the people As she has been nominated by the King to succeed him but whether or not she would be endorsed by the legislature is an open question. The last honors were paid to the late King at san Francisco Cal. Thursday afternoon. To Chapel wednesday afternoon and night. Them _ Chapel of the Trinity it in Lay in state at Tho mortuary episcopal Cli Urc i night. A guard of regular soldiers from Presidio kept watch Over the casket throughout the night. The streets in the Vicinity of the Church were thronged Long before the time of the funeral and during Tho services the building was crowded City officials representatives of foreign governments judges of the state and Federal courts army and Navy officers in full dress leading masons and prominent civilians being present. The casket containing the remains was placed on Board the flagship Charleston and put in the after Barbotti under a canopy formed of hawaiian and american nags in a few moments the Charleston a anchors were raised and she commenced to move Down the Bay while minute guns were fired from the batteries at Alcatraz and pres disco. About 5 of clock the Charleston passed through the Golden Gate and proceeded to sea. Tough times in Chicago. The delay in beginning work on the worlds fair grounds and buildings is causing serious apprehension Here As the City is overrun with men who have drifted in Here under the impression that work would be plenty. There Are 15,000 or 20,000 men unemployed Here now of whom at least <5000 Are comparatively recent arrivals. Chief of police Marsh is receiving complaints almost daily that the unemployed men May at any time take to crime to escape suffering. The disappointment of most of the unemployed is great when they Are brought to realize that not even a Post Hole has yet been made nor a Sod turned and nobody has even the faintest idea when there will be. The result of it is that thousands of men and their families Are starving and though willing to work cannot get it. Chief Marsh says the situation i3 a serious one and the authorities Are asked to do something to relieve the suffering which is so prevalent. Distress in Nebraska. Thirty two counties in the Western part of Nebraska Are in sore distress and congressman elect Bryan w. A. Mckeighan and c. M. Kerr of the first second and third Nebraska districts respectively Are on their Way As a Relief committee to solicit Aid from Congress. A from the state treasurer a said chairman Mckeighan a Tho Farmers of these counties will receive $500,000, and we desire Congress to make an appropriation of $1,000,000 to give them a Start Iii the Spring. What Congress will do in the matter it is hard to predict. Tile banners were unable to raise enough on their farms last season for seed. To keep the Wolf from the door they have practically consumed their entire surplus Means. Northwestern weather contrasts. Tuesday Jan. 20, was the warmest january Day experienced in Minnesota and the Dakotas in 21 years. Three years ago 107 Frozen people were timing dug out of snowdrifts in Dakota while yesterday the thermometer ranged All the Way from of to 823 in the Shade. At Minto n. D., a big Basket picnic was held the Young ladies appearing in White summer dresses and carrying Palm Leaf fans. At other Points there were base Ball games and Tennis matches. At Aberdeen men went about the streets in their shirt sleeves and Huron was drenched with Tim first january rain in the City a history. It was Clear and extremely warm at All Points in Minnesota from St. Vincent to Winona and several facetious people in St. Paul appeared in Tennis suits anti Straw it als. There is not a particle of Snow at tiny Point for 500 Miles West of St. Paul and the fear is expressed that the ground will contain so Little moisture in the Spring that it will be in bad condition for the plough. Unhappy horsemen in new Jersey. These be unhappy Days for Tho promoters of horse racing in new Jersey. On the i nth the Linden Park blood horse association and the new Jersey jockey club were each fined $500 and costs Iii the Union county court at Elizabeth n. J., by judge Vansyckel who warned the defendants that a repetition of their offence would Canso Timour to inflict a much More severe penalty. There was no racing at Clifton monday. Two indictments have been found recently against the race track managers for keeping a disorderly House hut fhe bookmakers have never been disturbed. They were warned on monday however that the sheriff was about to make wholesale arrests and it was decided to postpone the races for the Day. Nebraska state muddle. The triangular contest Over the governorship of Nebraska reached an interesting state thursday when the supreme court handed Down a decision declaring that under Tho Constitution of the state no joint convention can be held unless it has been ordered by a regular Resolution which must pass both houses and receive the approval of the governor. This decision has caused the greatest consternation among the independents. They must now pass another insolation which it will take six Days to do and if the governor refuses to sign the Resolution. Under die supreme court s decision. No contest can be hold and or. Boyd will remain in the chair. Gov. Thayer has since been overcome by nervous prostration. Notes. Elbridge g. Reed of Salem n. H., was murdered on thursday night by two men named Murphy and Wood who arc now Iii Tho hands or the new Hampshire police. Four firemen were killed i Buffalo on Friday last by Tho burning of tour wholesale clothing houses. Tho Money loss was $500,000. Judge Jackson of the touted states circuit court of Jeffersonville ivy., has decided that the anti lottery Law passed at Tho last session of the state legislature is unconstitutional. A Appeal will be taken. Charles Brackett employed Inayo House at Attleboro. Mass fell into a vat of boiling water and there being no help near had to extricate himself unaided and died soon after. Chief Engineer Henry e. Farrier of the Jersey City lire department was suffocated on saturday at a tenement Holso lire in that City. were injured. President Gage of Tho worlds fair commission has resigned. Charges of bribery were freely made in the South Jakota legislature last saturday afternoon one member stating that he Baa been offered $3 too to vote for Moody United states senator. The Hoboken skating rink was burned on a la in states turd difficulty ii from Quot the Durning building. Most of them the 19th by a gasoline lamp exploding and Many lady skaters had difficulty in escaping lost their wraps. The democrats in the now York state legislature elected gov. Hill for United states senator Tho republicans renominated senator Evarts. Senator Teller of Colorado has been renominated Aud the Indiana republicans nominated gov. Hovey for United states senator. Jan. 19 the first Public Observance of Gen. Robert e. Leeds birthday made a Legal Boh from Over the sea. And municipal offices and Banks were nil closed and business was quite generally suspended. Tho Observance consisted generally of military parades and meetings. Four army and six naval officers Are to Start this week for South american countries to drum up exhibits for the world s fair. Authority has been grunted to Gen. Miles to Transfer temporarily us a military measure the Northern Cheyenne Bond of Soo from Pine Ridge to fort k Oglu Mont. This authority is Grant d by the Secretary of War. Wit i the concurrence of the Secretary of the Interior. This has been thought to in necessary by Gen. Miles for Tho Protection of the cheyennes who have been serving As scouts against the hostile Sioux. A train on Tho Rio Gundo Railroad Between Brownsville and Point Isabel Tex., was wrecked on Ilia i nth and robbed by 15 masked men. They placed obstruction on the track derailed Tho train held up the passengers and got away with about $90,- in mexican Money which was in route for shipment at Braze. By the Steamer Morgan to now Orleans the Shiers mail was also taken and passengers robbed of Money and valuables. A brakeman was badly injured in the wreck. At san Antonio Tex., mrs. Bertha Gross a servant employed by assistant adjutant general Martin on film Suay night shot Benn. James Hartley of Tho and artillery. And then shot herself. It is thought that jealously was Tho cause As the couple Sci of to to married after Hartley a discharge from Tho army in Angust next. Each is shot entirely under the heart the Ball passing directly through the hotly and coining out at Tho Back. Mrs. Gross is the divorced wife of a private Soldier. Reports come from Milton a few Miles from Pendleton or that Tim chinese were driven out of town wednesday night by a mob. One Hundred men went to the chinese quarters and led the celestial out with Rones around their necks. It is thought the mob consisted of discharged Railroad Section hands and their sympathizers in Milton. Smallpox is becoming a raging epidemic throughout the Central and Southern parts of Texas. It is said that there Are at least 500 Cas Osof Well developed smallpox ius of Ford. Bills were introduced in both sessions of the Wisconsin legislature on tuesday for the repeal of Tho Bennett Law. This is Tho Law which provides for the compulsory education of children Over which the recent election was fought the democratic party pledging itself to repeal Tho Law which was opprobrious to the catholics and lutherans while the republicans stood by it. There is no doubt that the Law will be repealed. Coastwise steamship captains say that never in their experience Dias the sailing Road along the coast been in such a dangerous condition As it is at present. Unless some Effort is made to Clear away the wrecks which Lino the coast from Gedney Schannel outline Jersey coast to the South Carolina coast directly in Tho line taken by Coastwise vessels serious damage Ami probable loss of life will result. There Are 12 wrecked vessels strewn along Tho coast from Charleston to Gedney Schannel and it requires the closest observation and most careful attention for vessels to steer dear of them. The indians of the red Lako reservation in Minnesota Are reported to be wild with the Messiah dance and letters from settlers at thief River Falls have been received by the governor asking for Protection. They say the indians Are making All sorts of threatening demonstrations. Gen. Mullen Ami an officer of Hie governors stall have gone to the reservation to investigate. The House committee on Indian affairs tuesday nearly completed the Indian appropriation Biti for the coming fiscal year. The lh1 w ill carry an appropriation of about ? 6,950, aga1 ast .sc.7t2,7fl7 appropriated or the current fiscal year. The Delaware Lackawanna amp Western Railroad s freight depot at Montclair n. J., was burned tuesday with four Pullman and two passenger coaches seven freight cars and a considerable Quantity of freight. Tho loss is estimated at $100,000 covered by insurance. During service monday night of last week a maniac calling himself Patrick took Possession of St. Paul s Cathedral at Pittsburg Penn. He obstinately held the worshippers of the great Church in terror All the evening and at tuesday mornings Early mass was especially violent. He was finally removed by policemen after holding the Cathedral for 18 hours. In tile surrogates court in now York wednesday Hamilton admitted that Beatrice was not the child of the late Robert Ray Hamilton. These United states senators have been re elected by their respective Legislatures senators Voorhees of Indiana. Vest of Missouri j. K. Jones of Arkansas Watson c. Squire of Washington and John ii. Mitchell of Oregon. Wisconsin democrats have nominated sex postmaster general Vilas for United states senator. A Salesman for a Diamond House in Maiden Lane new York has disappeared with $30,000 Worth of diamonds and pearls. Thomas Northwood a Boss roller in the Iron rolling Mills at Boonton. N. J., was caught Between the rollers while making repairs thursday and was drawn through his body being crushed Fiat. The rollers turn out wrought Iron plates half an Inch in thickness. Members of Tho National Farmers Alliance the knights of labor coloured Farmers Alliance Farmers Union and citizens Alliance who Are Iii Washington to consider the federation of All the organizations organized thursday afternoon and adopted an agreement looking to such a confederation. Calixa Laval Lee pianist composer and teacher died at his Homo in Boston wednesday night after an illness a Quick consumption. Which has lasted two or three months. Or. Lavallee was born at Verch Eres near Montreal on dec. 28,1842. Some of the reported successes of the chilian rebels Are ridiculed at the chilian legation in Washington. As the result of an ice Gorge Tho Mohawk River at fort Hunter tribes Hill n. Y., overflowed its Banks Friday Aud the residents of the place bring along its Hanks have been driven from their Homes. It is reported that John Megan president and general manager of the Chicago St. Paul amp Kansas City Road and c. Holdridge general agent have been indicted by the United states grand jury for violating sections 2 and 3 of Tho interstate Commerce Law prohibiting discrimination in rates. Tile United states government on the recommendation of Consul general free at Halifax n. S., has awarded to the mate of British Steamer Deer Hill a Gold watch and Chain and to her Captain a Marine binocular Glass to be presented by the president in recognition of their services in effecting the Rescue of the american Brigantine angelic dec. 5, while in a sinking condition. Beers increase hops decrease hopping As a cure for numerous complaints. Aro we not told that hops Quot Are employed to communicate to Beer its aromatic bitter a so at least it should be. It is rather a suggestive fact however that though the consumption of Beer and ale is rather on the increase than otherwise the arca of Laud under hops and the annual yield Are on the decrease. Products of the hop however and the hop As cured for brewing purposes Are rather largely employed in Medicine aaa tonic a Sudori fic Aud a sedative. As to its Potency As a tonic one need Only ask any hop picker and to will it once learn that a in the districts where the Plant is cultivated the hopping a is looked Forward to As a cure for Many Ordinary complaints the air being full of the Aroma of Tho hop a and the hands of the picker which whether he be a Pharisee or not he has Little Opportunity of washing before meat Are so be Grimes with the pollen or Farina or Pupulin of the hop commonly called a Gold dust from its resemblance to that precious Metal that a Good Deal of it is necessarily swallowed with the food for which the healthy employment gives an eager appetite. The medical effects of Beer especially old ale taken hot on going to bed arc Well known. If Ginger Aud sugar Are added a cold in this Way May be Quot sweated out of one. Fading Ink no longer Safe. Chicago mail a i had an experience Tho other Day which has interested to More than anything of a similar nature which has happened to to in All my business experience. A Young lady who moves in the Best society brought to three letters and i photographed them for her and at her request destroyed the negatives. Tho letters were the most tender and ardent love missives imaginable. They were addressed to Tho Young lady herself and were signed by a Mono which i Avn sure you would recognize instantly were j to mention it. I will confess that curiosity got the better of my judgment and i finally said Quot a you la Pardon to but this Job is a Little unusual Isnit it a a a is it a she said smiling. Repin. _ Why you want photographs of those letters a a a it strikes me so a i re pied. T done to see since you have the letters themselves. Quot a done to you Well i do. Suppose the letters wore to be lost or burned or destroyed in some other Way a a a a Tho photographs be destroyed just As easily As the letters Quot a perhaps not especially if they were not kept in the same place with the letters. But i m not afraid of losing them by fire or in any such Way As that. The fact is the Ink is fading Aud in a Short time it will be a there is a girl for you who wont take any chances in the breach of Promise foreign views of the Behring sea trouble lard Salisbury on the Quot sinister Donna Tiou of archbishops Croke anti Walsh. Suicide of the Duke of Bedford Cable notes the european edition of the Herald publishes an interview held at Cannes with Herman Liebes on the . He approves or. Blaines course and asserts that the seals Are being hunted to death and will to exterminated unless prompt measures Are taken. England will then suffer also As 5000 persons in London live by preparing the skins. The poachers with w Hom England sides Are not English. Tho Crews of the Canadian sealers arc american seamen. Last your 51 vessels were engaged in poaching. Next season if England gives Lier Protection 150 ships will be in the business. This Means destruction to the seals. Liebes Mills site vis pay tiie government $11 for every Seal they kill and Supply the inhabitants of the leased islands with medical attendance fuel Ami schools. The inhabitants Aro indians from Alaska numb Effir 400. But for the sealing they would starve. Or. Linchis says that his firm would be willing to abstain from killing the seals for five or six years in order to i \ e the animals a Chanco provided the others were forbidden also. The reason the seals Are exterminated is that those that Are killed Ore mostly females with Young. Out of 63,000 skins brought to London tiffs season by poachers 99 per cent belonged to females. Last season 39 victorian vessels killed Over 40,000 seals while 14 american ships killed under 14,000. Or. Liebes holds that America s rights in the sea Are unquestionable As those of Russia were never questioned. As Russia shoots All poachers caught on her Side of the sea there is no poaching there. The London chronicle says Quot a High authority declares that the government has exercised no pressure on Canada in regard to pending negotiations. While it would rejoice to see Canada and America again commercial friends tuns inducing a different spirit than that engendered by the thorny fishery disputes it does not desire to depart from the policy of allowing the colonies a free hand in commercial matters. Nor is it right to imply any intention on the part of Canada to make a reciprocal commercial agreement Hie basis of Tho settlement of such questions As those involved in Tho Behring sea matter which must be decided on their irishmen incapable. Lord Salisbury Bays they cannot conduct in Independent parliament. Lord Salisbury delivered a political address at Cambridge eng., wednesday. He did not believe he said that the Home Rule contest was on the Point of Victory or that it was now dead. Many positions most be carried before Home Rule was victorious. Even if the mysterious Home Rule Bill is passed it will be our duty to undo Tho mischief. My belief in Home Rulo or. Gladstone and or. Parnell. While they support it t should give you imprudent advice if i Perm ded you the Battle was Over. Many a vigorous struggle is still before you. Recent events have cleared the Ait and shown what to expect. In tile absence of documentary evidence it is probable that or. Parnell a account of the Hawarden interview is the most accurate but what or. Gladstone thought a year ago is no guide to his thoughts a year hence. He said that recent events had proved that irishmen were Quito incapable of conducting an Independent parliament. It had further shown the unlimited Power of the Priesthood whose matchless organization had swept Down a Man who had been the despot of Tho whole Irish movement Here and in America. That is the ruthless organization beneath whose Heel you would place protestants by granting Home Rule. We shall be mad maced if we neglect the lesson which the tempest has unveiled. The antagonist with which you have been contending is the sinister domination of Croke and Walsh. To me it is a matter of rejoicing that the disclosure has happened As it will fortify Ulster. If she is True to herself Home Rule will never be carried. In concluding. Lord Salisbury attributed the suffering and discontent in Ireland to natural deficiencies due to climate and absence of Mineral resources which enriched England. He believed that the construction of fight or Relief railways the peasant proprietary system and emigration were More important for Ireland a Well being than experimental legislation. If the unionist efforts succeeded in dissipating ill dreams and passions and passing Good measures the present unionist struggle would be in the future regarded As the foundation of Ireland a Prosperity. The British parliament reassembled thursday. Or. Parnell gave notice that to would Coll attention to the administration of the crimes act and would offer a Resolution asking the government to facilitate the discussion of the subject. Or. Justin Mccarthy and or Thomas Sexton introduced sir John Pope Hennessy who recently Defeated or. Vincent Scully. Or. Parnell a candidate. Sir John was greeted with Long and loud Liberal and anti Parnell cheers. Tho Pamel Lites Mado no counter demonstration. _ of shears opinion of Mccarthy. London Jan. 21.-it became known today that on dec. 9 last Cash of Shea wrote a letter to or. Justin Mccarthy demanding that he should apologize for hinting during the course of a speech delivered at the Leinster Hall meeting that a different color would have been Given to or. Parnell s conduct in connection with mrs. O Shea if during the divorce proceedings capt. Of Shea had been Cross examined. To this demand according to cant. Of Shea or. Mccarthy is said to have replied with several letters classed As a a shuffling communications by the Captain and his friends. Capt. Of Shea then on Jan. 15, addressed a letter to or. Mccarthy denouncing his replies As a contemptible q nibbling a a adding a however funny you must always appear As a Leader of men ill constructed Dummy that you Are straws starting from every seam i acknowledge you possess two qualifications for your present Post meanness and capt. O shears letter has created quite a stir in Irish parliamentary circles. Anil a warm reply from or. Mccarthy is looked for. A Dukes suicide. London Jan. 22.�?the coroners jury which has been investigating the death of the Duke of Bedford has formally rendered a verdict to the effect that the Duke died from a Bullet wound through his heart and that he committed suicide while suffering from temporary insanity during an attack of pneumonia. The whole affair is shrouded in mystery. Five Days elapsed before the Dukes death was registered and the newspapers join Iii censuring the attempts of the various Public officials concerned to hush the matter up. Tile body of the Duke was cremated after the inquest which was conducted in secret. To such an extent was the policy of secrecy followed that even some of the members of the Dukes family were not aware of the real cause of ids death until the facts were published in the newspapers. Irish items. N exp i messes. Parnell of Brien Dillon and Mccarthy have simply come to an agreement in regard to maintaining a status quo until tile next general election. Or. Parnell in a letter to the Freeman a journal urges the attendance of the Irish Par i amen tar y party at the reopening of parliament. He says it is especially important that there is a full attendance of the Irish members when the land Purchase Bill reaches Tho committee stage Tho London daily chronicle Liberal says it believes that or. Parnell has received informal assurances from or. Gladstone of his Gladstone a intentions regarding another Home Rule Bill. The Insp Prestible the newspaper started in Dublin As a rival to United Ireland and upon the supposition that or. William o Brien would assume editorial control of its columns has stopped publication. It is believed that or. Of Bneng a telegraphic message yesterday from Boulogne sur Mer to the publishers a of the Insp Prestible requesting that his name to no longer used Iii connection with that newspaper was the last reason which brought about the collapse of tile Enterprise referred to. Charity labourers striking for higher wages. Cork Jan. 22.�?the labourers employed upon the works at Hare Island and skill Boreen commenced by the government for the Relief of the distress existing among the poor classes of those neighbourhoods have St Ruck for an increase of wages. It is said that this action on the part of the labourers probably will Canso the government to Stop the works referred to. On the ground that As the works were started for a charitable object alone and As the people employed cannot afford to work for the wages the government it paving t to distress cannot to so Givin As represented. Consequently Tho government officials May claim there ii no need for continuing operations upon the government works begun in the localities mentioned. _ death of the belgian heir apparent. Prince Baudouin Nephew of King Leopold and heir to the throne of Belgium died Iii Brussels on Friday morning. The cause of his death is alleged to have been an attack of bronchitis. Tho death of the Prince has caused a tremendous sensation and creates consternation in All classes in Brussels there Are All sorts of rumours circulating As the Public was entirely unaware that Tim Prince was notes. An election was held at Hartlepool eng., wednesday to ii ii t to seat made vacant by the death of the late Thomas Richardson or. Furness the Gia Stoman candidate received 4003 votes against 4306 for or. Gray unionist. At the last election or. Richardson. Liberal Union St. Received 3481 votes and mar vial. Hawkes Homo ruler 2400. On saturday while a number of men were employed on the Railroad at Mantua near bang an Avalanche fell upon them burying several of Lim workmen and injuring t free of them fatally. A terrible disaster occurred on saturday last at Tho Hibernia Colliery at Gelsenkirchen Prussia. Forty men were killed and a to Wero severely injured by an explosion which took place in one of the pits. It is stated that tile City of Wurzburg has proposed that Luitpold Regent of Bavaria be i reclaimed King on Bis 7oth birthday which occurs on March 12 next. In the German Reich Stag a motion to repeal the prohibition of the importation of american pork was Defeated by 133 to 103. During an anarchist meeting held on the Placyde in opera. Paris. Friday groups of persons cried a Vive anarchic we want the police dispersed the crowd and made 400 arrests. Atthe Charity Hospital in Berlin thursday prof. Hon Nyburg exhibited a consumptive patient whom the doctors had Cut open in order that the Koch Lymph might be injected into the cavity in a diseased lung. The professor said that a patient who was in an advanced stage of the disease had been making rapid i Ogress toward recovery since the up Craton was performed. Tiffs is Tho first Case in w hich a patient has been operated upon with the knife for Tho purpose of injecting tits Lymph. During a conversation ill Tho lobby of the British House of ominous thursday or. Parnell declared his intention to Assort his authority As Tho Leader of the National party and to engage actively in work during the present session of parliament. Two Large Gas meters belonging to the City of Glasgow corporation exploded last thursday two men being injured. Experts who have been investigating Tho matter have reported that dynamite probably caused Tho catastrophe. Tho British Board of Trade has officially recognized the bravery of Apt. Thomas and members of Tho Crew of the american Steamer perms Ivania displayed in rescuing the Crew of the British Steamer Falcon in the Atlantic in november last the Hoard awards to capt. Thomas a service of plate a Gold medal to officer Crockett and Silver medals and two pounds Cadi to seamen Morgan Carlson. Jensen and Finnegan. He can shave himself. But Effs experiences in learning How were rather trying. New York times a i have Learned to shave myself quite satisfactorily a said a Young broker Down town the other Day. He had just finished ail excellent luncheon. He rubbed his smooth shaven Chin and seemed to feel triumphant. A i am quite proud of the achievement too. A it is Truo that it took me about seven years to master Tho Art and it is also True that during that time i spilled a Good Deal of blood not Only Cut my face with regularity but i slashed myself in Tho Back of tile neck several times. I made painful gashes Iii the ends of my fingers Aud i recall that on one occasion by a mysterious combination of unfortunate circumstances i took a slice from my left ankle. A to questions by my office associates As to How i received so Many wounds i merely replied that i was learning to shave Aud paid no attention to their gibes. They finally lot me alone except on the rare occasions when i appeared unscathed and then Thoy inquired if i was feeling real Well. Quot my Mother and siters were seriously alarmed for my personal appearance. But i persevered the cuts healed up and now i May say that i am about As nearly perfect As i could wish to to in the use of a razor. A my motive in learning to shave a continued the broker Quot sprang from a longing for release from the tyranny of Barbers. Five or six times a week i was a Barbera a helpless slave. They thumped to and scraped me. And above ail they talked to me. I determined to become my own Barber. I was also actuated by the consideration of expense. I figured that Barbers Cost me about $100 a year in Money. Quot this i reflected would Purchase Many Little articles. It Woald help pay my Cigar Bill and it would pay for two perhaps three comfortable suppers. A somewhat to my Surprise when i announced my determination to my Barber he offered no objection. I had postponed telling him several times fearing his High displeasure. But to exhibited none. I dimly recall now that As he turned away to get some lather an expression of sorrow evidently due to the loss of so remunerative a customer passed Over his face. Quot but it was gone when he looked at me again and he proceeded then and there to get As much Money out me As he could while he had me. I meekly allowed him to inflict upon me All of the operations in the knowledge of a Barber and i bought of him personally two razors. He said that they were ills Best and declared that he would have parted with them to no other Man in the world Quot he handed them to to when the a Bossy was looking out of the window. Tile a Boss a he said would discharge him if he heard of Tho Sale. He charged me for them eight times the amount they were Worth though he convinced me then that i was obtaining something that Money alone could not buy. The balance of my outfit i bought from the proprietor of the shop. Also at ruinous prices. Quot i thought i was free. Then. A i will remember tiffs a i said to myself As i went Home As my emancipation i thought i would never again enter a Barbera a Simp except to have my hair trimmed. That would Only be at Long intervals. Premature baldness is Peculiar to our family and my Bald spot was already Well developed r bought a diminutive Safe into which i intended to drop 25 cents every time i shaved. Quot my Board resisted my Early efforts tenaciously. After a few weeks i concluded that my razors were becoming Dull. I gave them to a razor Sharpener who haunts downtown offices lie said that lie might possibly put an Edge on them but that they were of inferior Quality and practically worthless. Quot he sold me a pair at Good prices which he said were two of the Best razors lie had Ever seen and he had seen a Good Many. He wanted to know what sort of a strop i used and when i described mine he declared it to be no Good at All. I bought one from him which he swore would put an Edge on a Cobblestone. He also soul me a Patent lather Brush which afterwards became Bald a Good Deal faster than i did. Quot my Beard continued obdurate. My complexion was on the High Road to ruin. I blamed the razors. My egotism kept from me the knowledge that the trouble was due to my inexperience and awkwardness. I had Cut my Strops in my fits of anger at cutting my face so that they could not be used. Quot i concluded to allow my Beard to grow until my face healed and took All of my razors they numbered about a dozen by that time to a Barber a stranger. After a preface in which he made the entirely irrelevant statement that he had once shaved the emperor of Germany he delivered a Long lecture in broken German on the care of razors which i did not understand at All. Quot but he sold me two More razors at what he called a sacrifice a regulation Barbera a strop for $2. Which to said would Cost anybody else $4, and a bottle of expensive toilet water which would cure my face in six minutes. He proposed to teach to to use tile strop for 55�?$10 to anybody else and that evening i smuggled him into my rooms and took lessons. Quot Trio Benefit of this trying experience began to come to me about three months ago. I suddenly and without apparent reason attained expert Ness. Now i am Happy. The fart did not turn out quite As i expected. My equipment was very expensive. Quot How about Tho fluid you Wero to Start a he was asked. Quot when that had amounted to about $50�?� answered Tho broker Quot i invested it in some Fine old Bourbon. A servant at our House dropped the Case containing Tho bottles Down an elevator Shaft five stories. It was a total loss. I charged myself nothing for shaving considerate Jinks. Street it Smith s Bood news blinks during heavy rain a Quot did you run Over Aud ask Jinks for that umbrella i loaned him last night a office boy a yes sir. He says he a very sorry but the umbrella is wet yet Aud he would t like to return it in that come it on. He says lie la carry it Home tonight and dry it by the the week in Congress. Obstruction As a Fine Art in Senate and House. Or. Hoards youths companion article conies in for a Good Oral of raillery. Or Mills in an altercation before the House. The Senate during the past week has struggled hard with the election Bill. The struggle is on Tho adoption of a Rule for cutting off debate. Only with such a closure Rule could Thoro be any Hope of the Bill passing the democrats alternately making speeches on every possible occasion. Tho contest which has now lasted several weeks lore the same general character last week As in the Many weeks preceding. Or George made the opening speech of the week. Yielding the floor on two occasions one for the burial of George Bancroft the historian. After speaking five hours lie was followed by or. Walthall of Mississippi who spoke for the same length of Liuo. Or. George again had the floor on tues Day. Picking up a pile of manuscript or George at the opening of his speech commenced to retd a dissertation upon the origin and history of african slavery in the United states after some to minutes he complained of being a very and inquired whether he might ask the senator from South Carolina to read the speech or a part of it for him. that to might have a Little rest to that proposition or. Aldrich objected and or. George resumed the Reading with the words Quot immediately after the discovery of America a which caused considerable laughter at the idea that there was so much More to come. Or. Aldrich wanted to bring up the Clos Bare Resolution but or. George refused to be Way unless it would be Given the floor immediately afterwards. Or. George said it was a great pleasure and entertainment to read to the Senate and the Senate adjourned. On wednesday or. Aldrich s Resolution was t in first on the order of business Aud it was made Tho subject of All the filibustering possible by Tho opposition. Or. Hoards youth s companion article on Freedom of debate provoked much raillery. Notices of amendments were Given by or. Stewart and or. Gibson. Or. Stewarts looks to allowing other than pending amendments to a measure to be offered and voted on also to allow motions to omit and Lay on the table and or. Gibson a requires the demand for a cloture of Del ate to a seconded by two thirds instead of a majority of the senators present. Without concluding his remarks or. Cock yell yielded to or. Aldrich on whose motion Tho Senate took a recess till la a. In. The next Day. Next Day Tho debate was of a More Earnest character. Or. Gladstone a adoption of Tho cloture principle in the English parliament was alluded to and or. Stewart of Nevada had the floor when the Senate adjourned. Saturdays debate was opened by or. Stewart in defence of his amendments Aud or. Morgan made the principal speech of id Tho Day which was not concluded when Tho Senate took a recess until monday. Or. Aldrich will press ids motion on that Day. He expects the vice president to de fide against him and lie cannot do otherwise under present rules hut on an Appeal or. Aldrich expects to Nave a majority. Some of the democrats Are so hopeful that they say neither Tho cloture Rule nor the Force Bill will Corno to a vote. They say that some Democrat will suddenly move to proceed to the consideration of the Bill adding the Revenue Marine to the Navy or some other popular Bill and it will be carried and so Tho whole Republican programme will be upset in the House. Democrats discover numerous ways of doing nothing. The business of the House during the week was of a very unsatisfactory character the democrats evidently resorting to All obstructive tactics to defeat All legislation until the Fate of the elections Bill was decided. The naval appropriation Bill coming up Fox discussion general debate was participated in by messes. Herbert Mcadoo Adams of Illinois and Lodge of Massachusetts. It was a question of Well being Honor and Protection to the country. Speaking of the unsettled questions with England or. Lodge said that no one that observed the matter could doubt for a moment that they Hung unsettled by the last and by this administration because great Britain knew that Tho forts and seaport cities of the United states Lay at the mercy of her cruisers. Today if we wanted to make negotiations and diplomacy successful and worthy of the american people and Honor we must see that we have defences to Back it up. The Bill was then taken up by paragraphs for amendment hut without making any Progress with it the committee Rose and tile House adjourned on wednesday one of the wildest scenes of confusion that was Ever seen in Congress occurred. In pursuance of the policy of the democrats of the House or. Bland of Missouri wednesday morning demanded Tho Reading of Tho journal of the previous Days proceedings in sex Tonso. Tho Reading was not completed until i of clock. The speaker having stated the question to be on the approval of Tho journal and having counted and stated the affirmative vote or. Mills of Texas. Rising to a parliamentary question asked whether the proper question was not on ordering the previous question. The speaker in response to the inquiry stated this fact but said the demand Hod not been renewed after the goading of the completed journal. Or. Mills then expressed his wish to debate the question of approving the journal but the speaker declined to recognize him on the ground that the House was dividing. Then the storm Cloud burst. With excited gestures or. Mills strode Down the aisle and shaking his fist at the speaker poured out a volume of denunciation accusing him of practising a fraud upon tile House. You Are perpetrating a fraud upon Tho House a he thundered a and you know and his party colleagues burst into a round of applause and cheers and gathered around the Champion. Bat the speaker was immovable and amid the excitement requested those opposed to approving the journal to Rise. Phlegmatic ally lie counted Quot one two three a and announced the motion carried 97 to 3. Again or. Mills accused the speaker of perpetrating a fraud upon the House and referring to or. Mckinley said Quot we did not expect the gentleman from Ohio to lend himself to such a proceeding. We relied on Tim gentleman from Ohio for we believed him an Honorabus gentleman and we knew in indicating the speaker was not. Then As the clerk went on calling the Roll or. Mills ignoring him proceeded substantially As follows you do not dare to go before Tho country with such a revolutionary measure As you Are proposing to pass. We have a right under the rules to debate tile question of improving tile journal and you addressing the speaker Are denying that right. Democratic cheers or. Cutcheon of Michigan stood in the Centre aisle and As or. Mills went on repeated. With indignation Aud emphasis the one word a Bosh a or. Mills reply to this exclamation was a bring in another Resolution of censure by this time affairs had approached so near to a personal collision Between Tho gentlemen on the opposing sides that the speaker was obliged to Call upon tire sergeant at arms for assistance and that officer bearing the Mace in front of him induced or. Lills to take his seat and the storm passed away for Tho time. The journal was approved yeas 144 nays loll. In the debate that followed on the Reading with District of Columbia approx litmus Bill by paragraphs the elections Hill was brought to Tim Toro. Or. Hemphill declaimed against what to termed Tho Quot arrant hypocrisy of Tho Republican party in trying to nut upon some of Tim people of tile country an unwarranted controlled and ignorant vote while denying that vote to the same class of persons in the District of Columbia. All the proceedings of the House were characterized by the same obstructive tactics. On saturday the House journal having been read in its usual form or. Breckinridge of Arkansas demanded its Reading in full including the reference of Bills resolutions and petitions. The read a was completed at i of clock. Then or. Breckinridge of Arkansas or. Mckinley having been recognized to Call Call at. A mire Reading relative to certain petitions. The speaker stated on authority of the. Clerk that the journal had been properly read. Or. Mckinley said that it was Manifest that the Only purpose of Tho other so was one of delay. It had required contrary to the custom of the past fourteen years that the record of reports and Bills and petitions should be read. A the House then went into committee of the whole on the naval appropriation Bill Aud pending its disposition adjourned. To make their Power sure. Republicans of new Hampshire will Endeavor to rearrange senatorial and councillor districts to their satisfaction Concord n. In Jan. 25.�?what will be Dono in the legislature Tiff s week is a question that has been Reova Teddy asked today without being satisfactorily answered. Will the lawmakers Settle Down to work and give evidence of an Earnest desire to close Tho business of the session and go Home for Good in the near future we shall soc senator elect Gallinger has Given notice of a Hill to reorganize the senatorial districts. And or. Spring of Lebanon of one to change the councillor districts. Article 28 of the Constitution provides Quot and that the state May be equally represented in the Senate Tho legislature shall from time to time Divide the state into 24 districts As nearly equal As May to without dividing towns Aud incorporated places and in making this division they shall govern themselves by tile proportion o direct taxes paid by Tho said districts am timely make known to Tho inhabitants o the state the limits of each thus it. Will be seen that tax not population forms the basis of representation in the upper Branch of Tim general court. The provisions of the fundamental Law relative to councillors requires the division of the mate into five districts As nearly equal As May be population and taxes both to be considered whenever the legislature forms the districts. It to councillor Ami senatorial districts As at present constituted were created by the legislature in 1877, and were formed so that four of the former and 16 of the latter would be carried by the republicans. To do this in a Batto where the parties Are so evenly divided was no easy matter hut it was done. And for years the democrats could elect hut one councillor whose District extended from the Canada Lino almost to Tho sea and eight senators. The apportionment Hills were prepared by Hosea b. Carter of Humpston who is now compiling the legislative manual and is not in the apportionment Bill business. Until 1888 the republicans always elected three of Tho five councillors but at to lit time they chose Only two the democrats one and there was no Choice in two districts. Last november each party carried two districts with no election in the other. The fact that two of tile five present districts arc democratic and another Tim second or Concord District so close that there los been no election in it for years makes it imperatively necessary fur the republicans to retain control of a majority to reorganize them and this or. Springs Bill proposes to do. His measure has not been fully prepared but it is understood that it will be so drawn that the republicans will be sure of three and the democrats two districts. The democrats have never been Able to seat More than nine of the 24 senators until the present term when they Havo to. At no session since 1877 have the republicans had less to an 13 senators holding certificates at the opening of the legislature. Thereupon it would seem of if any now but purity makes a reorganization necessary As under tile present census returns that City is entitled to three instead of two senators. Today one of these districts is strongly Republican and the other naturally democratic although a Republican represents it in the present legislature. The reorganization proposed will give the republicans two Ana the democrats one senator from that City making a net gain of one for the former in the state. Senator Gallinger a Bill is also in an incomplete condition and while he is unable to state fully its promises it is said that 14 of tin 24 districts will to made reliably Republican and the remaining to democratic. These two Hills will to probably introduced Ana referred this week. When they Are reported Back to the House a political debate will to in order. Or. Holman of Hillsboro one of the youngest and brightest members of the House will offer a Bill this week to reduce the state tax upon savings Bank deposits from one to one half of i per cent. This is in line with the recommendation of the Bank commissioners although the Board advised the reduction to three fourths of i per cent. I Ingersoll on sports. The great infidels tribute to athletics. I in of twin by Frei ii Cess no Quot apportionment would not Benefit them but the growth of Manchester in material pros the Boston Stock Market. Latest quotations3 p. M. Anniston City. Aspinwall. Bunton. Boston water Power. Boylston. Brookline. Campobello. Cutler. Boston. Frenchman a Bay. Frank in Park. Lamoine. Maverick. Nahant. Newport. Penobscot Bay. San Diego. Sullivan Harbor. Topeka. West end. Winter Harbor. Winthrop. Wollaston. A n in 3% .40 2 Vijo i a a a .60 1% land stocks. Jon. 24-�? bid. Asked. 619 814 in frn 27 ass it amp a. 20�?v old. Asked. Is 9 .76 a a 19v is .6 o 5 4% j 27 .86 Avis .75 Lutvi 22 i in 2 in a 02 .60 in m .66 to 6 is a a % 6% .40 Railroad stocks. Atoll Topeka a 8. Be. 29% 29% Atlantic amp Pacific. A a cow Boston a albany., Boston a lowell., boat n a Providence. 250 bos Revere b a Lynn 175% 180 Central Massachusetts 18% 19% air it 1. 204 205177 102 203 204 29 204 2914 205 vib Central Moas preferred 38% Chicano. Bur a nor. 40 a Quincy 88 Chicago a West Mich. 47 Cleveland a can pref. 19 Conn a Passumpsic. 118 39% Fitchburg preferred. Flint a in Marquette. 20 Flint a Pere Mara pro mexican Central 23 new Fork a new 37% new York a n of pref. Old Colony. Oregon Short line. 21 Portland Saco a port. 126% Rutland preferred. South California pref. Summit Branch. Onion Pacific West and common. Welt end preferred. Wisconsin Central. Wisconsin Cen pref 63 44v4 83% a jus 40 �8vi 87% 87% 20 id 118r 20 80 83 23% 22% 23 38 80% Jih 110 112 rib23 a ii 23 120 64 id id 7 44% 42% 42% 84% 83 83% 84 83% 84 58 20% 21 Atchison 4s. Atchison incomes. 0. It. A n. 1st is mexican Central 4s mexican Cen isl inc3s mexican Cen incomes. Bonds a a 73 ssi 7 8 is 49% 7 8 a 4k 48-vg too a 101 7314 73v she 38v� 24 Wisconsin Cen 1st 5s. 05% 06% Wisconsin Cen to co is 44 43 44 Boston United ins is. 83 83 of Boston in Gas 2d 5s. 70 78 mining stocks. 70 79 Allouez. 1% 18% 2 i %. 1 .52% 39% 2 a Atlantic. .14 Bonanza. To .65 a to Boston a Montana. 40 401/4 401/4 Butte a Boston. 14% 16 14% �45 15 Calumet a Hecla. 245 250 260 Catalpa. 35 40 46 Centennial. 15% id 15 id Huron. 3% 3% Kearsarge. 11% 1 ii a la Napa. National. 4 4 31/4 3% Osceola. 34 34 a 36 chewable. Ii 53 Quincy. Ridge. Santa be. Lbs Ion 104 to to 105 50 52% c2% Tamarack. 144 145 140 146 Telephone stocks. American Bell. 203 204 203 203/i Erie. 49 60 48% 40 mexican. Co .70 .70 .76 new England. Cd 62 cd 52 tropical. 1.25 1.20 miscellaneous stocks. Eastman car Heater. 1% i a Eastman car ii pref. 41/3 4% Edison la Liono Dull. 1% i it Lamson store service. 22 23 22 Pullman Palace car. Iso 191 180 too keens buttonhole. 12% 13% 12 13 Union St Yards by. Too too a a he Woald avoid any sport that tends to brutalize the Man. A fall the nations in love with life have tile first record of Public games says col. Robert g. Ingersoll As reported in the world is found in the Twenty third Book of the Iliad. games were performed at the funeral of patroclus and there were first a Chariot race and Hie first prize was a woman fair Well skilled in household care. Second Liere was a pugilistic encounter and Tho first prize appropriately enough was a mule. It gave me great pleasure to find that Homer did not hold Iii High esteem the vie of i _ _. Tor. I have reached this conclusion be. Cause the poet put these words in the Mouth of up Niue. The great Boxer in Tho Battle Field i claim no a Portal Praise tis not for Man in All things to Excel. Winding up with the following refined declaration concerning his opponent i mean to Pond his flesh Ami Sinasi his Bones. Aft i the Battle the Defeated was helped from the Field. To spit Forth clotted Gore. His head rolled Ardai Side to Side until he fell unconscious. Third wrestling fourth a foot race fifth fencing sixth throwing the Iron mass or liar seventh Archery mid last throwing the javelin. All of these games were in Honor of Patro Elus. Tills is the same in a troilus who according to Shakespeare addressed Achilles in those words Bouse yourself and the weak Wanton cupid shall from your neck a Loose his amorous fold. And like a Dewdrop from the Uon s inane be Shook to air. Tho games Wero All born of the instinct of self defence. Tho Chariot was used Iii w a. Man should know till use of his hands to the end that he May repel assaults. He should know the use of the sword to the end that he May strike Down his enemy. He should be skilful with the Arrow to the same end. Of overpowered he seeks safety in Hight in should therefore know How to run. too he could preserve himself by Tho skilful throwing of the javelin. And in Tho close encounter a knowledge of wrestling might save his life. Mao has always been a fighting animal and Tim Art of self defence is nearly As Ira dormant now As every and will be until Man rises to that supreme height from which he will he Able to see that no one can commit a crime against another without injuring himself. Tho greeks knew that Tho body bears a certain relation to the soul that the better the body other to fangs being equal the greater the mind. They also knew that the body could to developed and thai such development would give or add to Tho health Tho courage the endurance tile Sel Confidence the Independence and the morality of the human race. They knew too that health was Tho foundation the Corner Stone of happiness. They knew that human beings should know something about themselves something about the capacities of Baxly and mind to the end that they Mig it ascertain the relation Between conduct and happiness Between Temperance and health. It is needless to say that the greeks were the most intellectual of All races and that Tivey Wero in love with Beauty with proportion with the splendor of Tho body and mind and so great was their admiration for the harmoniously developed that Sophocles had the Honor of walking naked atthe head of a great procession. The greeks through their love of physical and mental development gave us the statues the most precious of ail inanimate things of far More Worth than All the diamonds and rubies and pearls that Ever glittered in crowns and tiaras on altars or thrones or. Flashing Rose Aud fell on woman a billowed breast. In those marbles to find the highest types of life of Superb Endeavor and supreme repose. In looking at them we feel that Blond flows that Boarts throb and souls aspire. These miracles of Art Ore the richest legacies the ancient world has left our race. Tile nations in love wit i life have games. To them existence is exultation. They Are fond of nature. They seek the Woods and streams. They love Tho winds and Waves of the sea. They enjoy the poem of the Day the drama of the year. Our Puritan fathers were oppressed with a sense of infinite responsibility. They were disconsolate and sad and no More thought of sport except Tho flogging of quakers than shipwrecked wretches huddled on a raft would turn their attention to Amateur theatricals. For Many centuries the body was regarded is a decaying casket in which had been placed the Gem called the soul and Tho nearer Rotten the casket the More Brilliant Hie jewel. In those blessed Days the diseased wore sainted and insanity Horn of fowling Ana self denial and abuse of the body was looked upon As an evidence of inspiration. Cleanliness was not next to godliness it was the opposite and in those Days what was known As Quot the odor of Sanctity had a substantial foundation. Diseased bodies produced All kinds of mental maladies. There is a direct relation Between sickness and superstition. Everybody knows that calvinism was the child of indigestion. Spooks and phantoms hover about the undeveloped Aud diseased As vultures sail above the dead. Our ancestors Hail the idea that they ought to be spiritual and that Good health was inconsistent with Hie highest forms of piety. This heresy crept i to Tho minds even of secular writers and Tho novelists described their heroines As weak and languishing Pale its lilies and in the place of health s Brave Flag they nut the hectic hush. Weakness wits interesting and fainting captured the hearts of All. Nothing was so attractive As a society Belle with a drugstore attachment. People became ashamed of labor and consequently of Tho evidences of labor. They avoided a a Sunburst were prompt of pallor and regarded Small White hands As proof that Lioy had Noble blood within their veins it was a Joy to be too weak to work too languishing to labor. The tide has turned. People Are becoming sensible enough to desire health to Admire physical development symmetry of form Bud we know that a race with Little feet Aud hands has passed the Climax and is travelling towards the eternal Light. When tile Central Force is Strong men and women Are full of life to the Finger tips. When the fires Burn Low they begin to shrivel at tile extremities the hands and feet grow Small and the mental flame wavers and wanes. To to self respecting we must to self supporting nobility is a question of character not of birth. Honor cannot be received As alms it must be earned. It is Tho brow that makes Tho Wreath of glory Green. Ail exercises should be for Tho Sake of development that is to say for the Sake of health and for the Sake of the mind All to Tho end that the person May become bettor greater More useful. The gymnast or the athlete should seek for health Aud Tho student should seek for truth but when athletics degenerate into Mere personal contests they become dangerous because the contestants lose sight id health As in the excitement of debate the students prefer personal Victory to the ascertainment of truth there is another thing Lobo avoided by All athletic clubs and that is anything that tends to brutalize destroy or Dull the finer feelings. Nothing is More disgusting More disgraceful than pugilist a nothing More demoralizing than an exhibition of strength United with ferocity and where the very body developed by exercise is mutilated an disfigured. 8. Ity give pleasure except by the unfeeling ports that can by no pos Sibil. Give pleasure except by tin the hardened and the really brainless Shou be avoided no gentleman should countenance Rabbit coursing fighting of dogs the shooting of unlisted stocks. American Cotton Oil. 19% 19% buy state a. 80 european welding. 68 60 fort Wayne electric la 11 a Illinois steel 6s 07 Illinois steel. 72 74 National Lead trait. To is 19% i Yungju Andrews co 20 26vi sugar i Ell Leates. 6om of kantian Coal a fuel. 25 2514 Thomson hous else. 43 43% Thomson How e pref. 20% 26v do series i6v2 8 Westinghouse electric 8% 9 sex div lend. 58 70 Lov j 5 61 i 19% 31 65 97 72 10% 25% 61 Vash a Domestic incident. New York Herald mrs. Youn Glovon Isnit that a Lovely pin Cushion Algernon or. Younglove yes. Dear. A and you la find it so Handy on your Dresser a Quot yes a Maud you wont scold if i Tell you a Quot no a i knew Yon care for those ties. a a a a a a a a a bang a Quot boo boo boo boo a pigeons simply As an exhibition of skill. All these things Are calculated to demoralize and brutalize not Only the actors but Tho lookers of. Such sports Are Savage fit Only to be participated in and enjoyed by the cannibals of Central Africa or the anthropoid apes. Find what a Man enjoys what he laughs at what he Calls diversion and you know what he is. Think of a Man calling himself civilized who is in rapture at a Bull tight who smiles when he sees the hounds pursue and catch and tear Iii pieces tile timid Hare and who roars with laughter when he watches the pugilist Pound each other s faces closing Cadi others eyes breaking jaws and smashing noses. Such men Are beneath the animals they torture on a level with Tho pugilist they applaud. Gentlemen should hold such sports in unspeakable Canter not. No Man finds pleasure in inflicting pain. In every Public school Liere should be a gymnasium. It is useless to cram minds and deform bodies. Hands should be educated As Well As Heads. All should be taught the sports and games that require mind muscle nerve and judgment. Even those who labor should exercise to the end that the whole body May be developed. Those who work at one employment lie Corae deformed. Proportion is lost. But where Harmony is preserved by the proper exercise even old age is Beautiful. To the Well developed to Trie Strong life seems Rich obstacles Small and Success easy. They laugh at cold and storm. What the season May be their heart Are filled h summer. \ millions go from the Cradle to the c t appetite without passion without a they slowly rot in a Waveless Pool. To ver know Tho glory of Success the rapture without knowing what it is to live. Simply Sui re or i rung dentin Outi Girt. Never know Tho glory of f of Tho fight. To become effeminate is to invite misery in the most delicate bodies May be found the most degraded soul. It was the a acne a Josiane whose pampered flesh became so sensitive that she thought of hell a a place where people were compelled to sleep Between coarse sheets. We need the open air we need the experience of heat and. Old. Vve need not Only the rewards and caresses hut the discipline of our Kotlier nature. Life is not All Sunshine neither is it All storm but men should be enabled to enjoy the one and to withstand the other. _. I believe in the religion of the body of physical development in devotional exercise. In the beatitude of the cheerfulness. Good health Good food Good clothes comradeship generosity and. Above All. In happiness i believe in salvation Here and now. Salvation from deformity end disease from weakness and pain from ennui Ana insanity. I believe in heaven Here and now the heaven of health of Good digestion of strength and Long life of usefulness and Honor. I believe in the builders and defenders of Homes. The gentlemen whom we Honor tonight have Lone a great work. To their Energy we Are indebted for the nearest perfect for the grandest athletic club House in Tho world. Let the club multiply. Let the example be followed until our country is ailed with physical and intellectual athlete a a Superb fathers p rect mothers an every child an heir to health and Joy. Commercial Mahers. Boston markets produce. Boston monday Tan. Is. Butt Era there it a very Good demand for butt i and consequently Little accumulation of Stock. The receipt have Ticen larger but with the Good Market part it 1 a a sustained. Northern Creamery ext re. 27 #28 Western Creamery. Extra 2527 do extra 1st, 23724 do 1st, 20 a i22 Franklin co. Mass i Creamery extra Box. 27 a is. extra Dairy 24 >25, Vermont extra Dairy 23 424, do. Extra Stew York. .<#9$ new York and Vermont extra 1st, 20#23 do 1st, 1719 Western Dairy 1st, 16�?~ais to extra 1st. I2rtl5 Western Iii that m Creamery 22/t23 do la unpacked extra to 1820 do. Iii. 12<�t5 trunk butter t a or a it. , extra 25-Nmi extra ast 22 -24c it the. Ollom a Uga Al new no. 4-10,13c 20,13%c 80, 12vie. 50, 12%o. A of a v. A i it no p. E. Island tit held Stock 2326 fort Washington to 14c 20,13%c 30r13%c 60. 13%e. Prints t3%c. Cheese the. Hose Market continues firm and prices have again advanced during tile week. The receipt were Large. We quote new York extra. 10v4 fio ctr the do isl 8%<90% do ads 5@8, Vermont extra 10 do tit a Feria do 2de, $<�>7 Sage loan All part skims w<8 skims 8 ft6 Ohio Flat. Extra a Filo do 1st. 8#9. Liverpool quotations White new. 60s. 6d, eggs the Supply of eggs is not very lure and the demand being Yery Good priest Are held finnly Ai last quotation. We quote near by and rape Fey soc in do Eastern extra. 28# Dot to. 25 rt20 Vermont and new extra. �?z#88 Michigan extras. §127 Western 1st, 37.w i Nova Scotia and new Brunswick int cd Southern 1st, in limed 92�23c, Beans there a been a very Good demand for whim Beans Aud As the receipts were Small prices continue firm. We note the current prices As follows Choice Northern hand picked f2.60a2.75 per Bushel new York Small hand picked $2.40 92.46 do marrow $2.80�2.85 do screened 2.00�2>20 do. Dpi flu7f 1.85 medium Choice hand jacked $2.25 i 2.30 Dos reeled. $2.00� 2.30 Yelk w Ere extra $8,00 113.26 a the. 2<s, $2.fx> <�2.75 red us no is. ?3 i or 3.30. Foreign Beans pea $2.15� 2.25 mediums. .9o-a2.10. Domestic fruit a the receipts of Apple tilt week were 2529 bbls., against 2988 Tibia last week. The demand is not As scare As it has been. The prices remain Linn. We quote apples King Choice per bbl no. I ski Luc baldwins. $4.25 34.75 a bbl no i n. In a mnsf., $4.00 54.50 no. I. M no in la. A mass $200 32.50. Evaporated Apple fancy fair to Good 12 314 Sun dried sliced and quartered. 8-Sloe. Cranberries $9.00 @12,00 r bbl do fancy $13.00 amp bbl. Grape Catawba 30<fs3c per to lbs 175� 18c per n in. Basket. Vet Eta bless the Market for potatoes a Heen generally steady. We quote potatoes $3.00bi 5.12 per bbl. Sweet potatoes East Shore bulk $. Jersey double Heads k2.25 a 2.50. Lettuce,60 a Dor per do celery in do., $1.25-9 1.60 native onions 36.00 per bbl Spanish crate $1.26 cabbage. To 3l.60c per bbl Hubbard Squash $30�35 per ton native turban per bbl., $1.50o 1.75 turnips. White Cape $1.25 per Laine greetings j?4.50 �6.00 $4 0o �4.50 ii bbl common bbl St. Andrews is 15wl.29> a y and Straw Flay i la this Market under heavy receipts and prices Are in favor of buyer. Bye Straw firm. We quote fancy hat i4.00�fl5.00 per ton Lair to Good $1 14. A i $10.00� $8.00 312,00, die $9.00,312.00 Hay and Clover mixed 1.00 swale $9.00 poor to Ordinary oat Straw groceries. Coffee we quote Jalapa is Pale 24% of medium Brown 23%r do do fancy Brown 254 3e_ do timor 23 @ cd do Rye Straw $17.50 @18.00 pot ton $9.00 Lier Tun. 25�a@c do timor 23 @ a do Bult Zorg a a 22 6. A do Malang #. In j to gals 322 a do Ank do 2814� c Holland bags. 22%c Mun Dheung and Ayer b Buffe n a do i do spire glee 26%�c mocha 24# bios prime. 20c do fair 19%c do Ordinary. 18lqc Low Ordinary 17%o Mal Uca ibo 20�. A do Ordinary 19c Burra Iunger. 81#l%e do washed a Caracas fl%#2scj Langa Eyra Ltd Loo Costa bion 204323$4e Jamaica 17%# 20c Guatemala 2t%#23c mexican 20# ,.0i Hayti 17%ot18%c. Fruits and St is following Are Tho current quotations raisins London layers new #2.503 2.85 Muscatel new $1.80 Sultana 20@25 Sterne 6% Valencia new. 7%�7% do Ondara 8#8%. Currants $6.00 38.00. Citron. Leghorn 17#2>. Dates persian new 5#6% do Fard new. 38. Figs layers 12 526, do. Keg 8@10. Brune French Case 10 315 do Turk new 7# so do bag 5 3 a. A Mons Palermo $2.00 @3.50, Sicily #5.00 # 3.60. Orange a Jamaica Bxs #2.50,33.00 do bbl. A Florida #3.0034.60, bananas Barbacoa yellow #1003 my or red 75 386c fort Limon fl.bcfel.7b Jamaica no. I $1.508hands, pm no. 2,75c. Walnuts 18#1tc Casinas 12%## 18c pecans. Pia f. 7ake 71 s a cubes a granulated 0 Lo-l6@6%e cd loners Standard a 6%bi extra 0, 5%@0 crushed watered or. Pulverized. 7%�?T Clines rave Ranii lated 5 15-10@8%e Conte. Yel Low 6%@5%c. Flour and brain Flo itry following Are the current prices for Carload lots of flour Fine flour $2.65 32.90 superfine �2.90#3.flfl common extras $4.0f>@5.05 Choice extras $4.05 4.80 Minnesota Bakers #4.05#4.30 patents Michigan roller $4.9035.10 new York do #4.90 3 6.10 Ohio and Indiana $4.90 36.10 do do straight $6.10#5.25 do do Patent fo.50 35.76 i. Louis Aud Illinois Clear $4.90# 5.10 do straight #4.9035.25 do do Patent #5.26 35.30 Spring wheal patents $5.2035.30 v bbl. Corny we quote High mixed 65%#c 4? Bush Steamer yellow Aso to Bush Steamer mixed 64c 41 Bush Ordinary in Hist 3c 4 Bush. Oats no. I Arni fancy clipped 67 # Ltd Bush Standard do 6fl%e no. 2. White boo Bush no. 3, do. 53%< a Bush rejected White a no 2, mixed 63c. Fish. Fish following a tile current prices for the week past Mackerel extra bloated mess i33.00#34.00 no. I do 830.00a31.00 no. I Shore. $23.00# 24.00 no. I Bay 822.00 c23.00 no. Ii Bas $20.00#21.00 no. 3, Ordinary nominal no. 3, medium �14.50#16.oo no 2, Large 81.00 to. I Large #23.oo#24.00 tinkers #12.50 @18.00. Codfish dry a _ _ medium #5.oo a 5.25 fickle of Bank. No. ,.va Bank Large #5.60#fl.00 do do a Ltd b a. .00@5. 60@6.78i Shore $5 2635.50 Ila. Haddock $3.26@3 60 Pollock pickled do Slack salted #2.76 Boneless .26 Hake Leo ryes #5. 2. At or 2.75 >2.50@2.75 a a. A Ira Lake 4@4%c it Boneless Haddock 4�i@5e. Boneless cod 7@7%e. Heiring Nova Zanotta splits Large,7.00#7.50 do. Medium. #4.7bab.oo Labrador Noirot round Shore Large. R4.504t4.75 Domestic at Ewt Eft #3. Of #4. Of. Miscellaneous. Hides and skins following Are the current prices Brighton steers native Packer .@91,40 new England steers Green 6%@6 do cow up 4c do do Bauk 333% baited steers 7% @ is do oops a u@8 bulls. @6. Cafes Kiuse deacons 25a85c 6@7 Tbs @75 7@9 lbs #86 9# 12 lbs flu @ 81.00 12@18 lbs. $1.15#____ Texas dry sailed 7mah Tex Flint rough 9%#io oui2 lbs 90c @#1.00 12 �18 Tbs. $1.16#. 4 a8 Tex Flint rough of Texas Kew. Low. Buenos Ayre hides sumo Grande #11j Montevideo 13 @ Cordova 13%�., Rio Grande Kips. Put Sierra Leone 12%<il3 Bissau a Gambia 9 Zanzibar Lades of 8% carnally. A. Majiu Gas 7 # 7% dry chivas Iova 12 Salt $1.0 1 $l.s5gilbond cl.87%, Trapani in Boud $2.uo turks Island blirt., #a.25@2.40. Stauche we quote potato starch at 4% w4%c Corn 3%@3%c wheat 5@flc. Seeds quotation Clover West 7%a8 s la do North 7%�8% do White 18#30 do alike 18#20 do Lucerne #17 Britton West age Art #2.00#2.25 do Jersey #2.2o<�2.85 Rhode Island Bentti Bush #1,90 3 2.00 hungarian 75m 90 Golden Millet 75who common Millet,70#85 Orchard $t.90#s.35 Blue grass #3.ik>#s.30 Timothy West do North #1.86# 8.00 a Merlon ii flaxseed $2 00@s.9u. Tallow a following Are tile n notations tallow prime,4%.<�46a country 4#4% Bone. 8%�4 Bouse grease 3% grease tanners. 2%#3% do chil2%@2% do naphtha 1%#2 to hard 2@5. To Baccon we quote Havana wrappers $5.00 @7.00 do. Ane fillers #1.10#.25 do. Good filters 80#95c yarn i and in cuts. 70w85 fair. To a 75 Kentucky lugs Havana cd wry a. Binders 12 is do seed mass All 8&10f do a binders 12 <17 s6c do. Leaf 8%# #60 do. 2 is 20@35 i flu. 5@8 Conn anti 26 do fair wrappers. 25�30 do 1__ @45 Fenn wrappers 20/640 do Sumatra wraps #2.0u#3.25. Wool the receipts of Wool the 6865 Bales Dement in and 740 against 6745 Bales Domestic and 1281 Bales to a Iasi week and 4058 Bale Domestic Ami 943 Bales in reign for the week in 1390. Rifts t week were Bales foreign likeness of a bostonian. I. Houghton Tho Boston publisher is visiting Washington writes to c. Crawford to the Tribune. He is a tall powerful Man in the neighbourhood of 60 years of age. He has the Large Frame and Iron vigor common to the inhabitants of Vermont where he was born. He has a very Large head. He looks like a Scotchman. His forehead is very Broad and High. His Oyes Are keen deep set behind a pair of Gold bowed Glass ills nose is roman. His Broad full coloured face is smooth shaven except for a rim Al Light Gray whiskers which encircle it As a Frame. His hair is still thick and closely trimmed. This Veteran publisher who has had great sue a talks in a very conservative Way about his business he says that Merman literature Las had Sinai Chute

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