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14 Jul 1891

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Boston Weekly Globe (Newspaper) - July 14, 1891, Boston, Massachusetts It will pay you handsomely to renew. Your family needs the weekly Price five cents. Trade review regards it As disheartening. Business will improve when crops come Forward More freely. Crop reports and other business matters interest i a new York july . G. Dun amp weekly review Trade says the unusual conservatism which prevails in nearly All sections and branches business impresses Many As a most disheartening symptom. But it May with at least equal reason be interpreted As the very Best ground for Confidence in a healthy and solid improvement when new and Largo crops come Forward More freely. The absence speculative excitement the indisposition to buy in haste Are having a most wholesome influence. Prices materials and products Are thus kept in such a relation that Large and fairly profitable business is possible but will be based when it comes upon the actual demands Consumers and not upon inflated Hopes. This conservative attitude is the More necessary this year because while Money is now abundant Bere and cheap Call the possibility disturbance abroad difficulty in obtaining needed supplies for moving crops at Tho West is not yet entirely removed. Money remains cheap at London the changes there in Hank returns Are those incident to the turn the year and the resumption specie payments in Portugal this week is expected to have a Good influence. Reports from other cities show a waiting Trade at the East greater Confidence throughout the West and general dullness at the South. Boston reports a Little More activity the leather and shoe trades slowly recovering with More disposition to buy. Wool purchases were 2,312,500 pounds with better inquiry for territory Aud with dry goods rather More Active. At Hartford Trade is generally quiet and at Philadelphia groceries Are Dull with poor collections tobacco quiet and drugs in fair demand but with slow collections for both the dry goods Trade anticipating a prosperous fall and the clothing Trade reporting a Good demand. At Buffalo Trade in dry goods clothing groceries and lumber i3 fair but Coal Dull from overproduction. Manufactured Iron at Pittsburg is in better demand and the Coal output in Juno was the largest Ever known. Trade is fairly Good for the season at Cleveland and also at Cincinnati where new buildings for the halt the year exceed by $600,000 the record last year. Wool is moving better at Detroit and Iron is in fair demand. At Chicago wheat receipts Are three times last years and there is increase in flour and Corn and Trade in dry goods clothing and shoes exceeds last year s. With Good collections. Receipts other Grain cured meats dressed beef and lard fall behind last year and crop reports Are very favourable. All indications Point to a Large Trade in Tho future. At St. Louis the Trade in Wool Grain produce and live Stock is Good but lumber and the building trades Are Dull the Outlook for fall Trade is very encouraging. Milwaukee reports some sensation caused by failure the largest Grain commission House. At Minneapolis Trade is Good for Tho season. The flour output being 140.000 barrels. At St. Paul. Omaha and Kansas City crop prospects improve Trade and at Denver business is fair. Some increase is noted at Louisville but at other Southern Points dullness prevails and at new Orleans though slight improvement is seen the tactics traders Are extremely conservative. Tho Midsummer closing Iron works almost suspends the Trade but while the Host brands pig Are Well taken others Are hard to sell and Alabama no. I has been offered Boro at $10. No activity is noted in rails and not much in manufactured Iron and it is thought that Early resumption by the works will cause decline in prices. Wool moves slowly at new York buyers taking Only for actual needs. In Woollen goods Somo improvement in orders is observed and a greater feeling Security for the future. The Trade in flannels is Strong and healthy Aud in knit goods very satisfactory. The business failures occurring throughout the country do Riuz the last seven Days As reported to r. J. Dun so co. And e. Russell so co. Of the mercantile Agency number for the United states 222, and for Canada 25. Or a total 247, As compared with a total 237 Hist week and 234 the week previous to the last. For the corresponding week last year the figures were 197, representing 175 failures in the United states and 22 in Canada. Crop reports. Notes from All along the line generally favourable. In Pennsylvania Large wheat and Hay crops Are already housed and More Are ready for harvesting. In Iowa Corn is retarded but with favourable weather will recover Winter wheat and Rye in shocks in Southern sections. Cotton continues very promising and picking has commenced in Southwest Texas. Late Corn is suffering from drought Over parts North and West Texas. In Alabama crops Are in very fair condition but there has been almost too much rain for Cotton in some sections. General Rains above the Normal have benefited Virginia Corn and growing crops but have retarded harvesting Grams and grasses. The Hay and wheat Harvest in Michigan progresses Oats Corn and potatoes Are much improved. Immense wheat crops Good Quality in Shock Are being threshed in Indiana. Corn has been greatly benefited by rain. Cold weather has retarded Ohio Corn somewhat but crops Are generally Good. Oats potatoes Corn and tobacco Are in Fine condition. In Nebraska Corn is very backward and warm dry weather is needed. The week has been favourable for Massachusetts crops except that it has been too cold for tobacco and com. Light frosts. July 7 and 8. In Wisconsin lightly damaged tender vegetation growth. Corn has been retarded by a Cool week. Rain is needed in East and Northeast sections the state. In Louisiana copious and Well distributed Rains have greatly benefited All crops. Arkansas Cotton is doing finely. Early planted Corn will turn out a full crop. Cotton is Blooming freely in North Carolina. And crops generally Are improving slowly. New York crops have been benefited by Rains. Hay will be about two thirds a crop. Wheat will be above Rye and Oats about the average. Potatoes Are Good and Corn and Oats backward. Hops Are injured in Hudson Valley. Fruits excepting apples Are Good. Rain stopped Kentucky wheat threshing but is greatly benefiting crops. Corn was never More promising. The tobacco Outlook is Good and the wheat crop generally above the average. In Kansas the conditions Are Tavo Rable to harvesting Aud farm work except in the Western sections where harvesting is in full blast. The weather has been greatly beneficial to South Carolina crops. Cotton is much improved. And the Outlook much More satisfactory. A Good Corn crop is assured. In Illinois Corn is in Fine condition and Oats Are being harvested. Wheat is being threshed but it is too cold for Corn. The Oregon wheat Harvest begins about july 20. The Quality and Quantity were never better. Potatoes a full crop Apple Pear prune and peach Trees heavily loaded Oats promising unusually Well. In new Jersey the nights Are too tool for vigorous growth. Ram has been helpful to All vegetation potatoes yielding Well late promising Corn improving. Grapes in All sections show signs Black rot. Tennessee Corn and tobacco Are in Fine condition and growing Well. Cold weather has injured Cotton slightly. The Prospect for the potato yield is fair. Colorado Grain crops Are ripening rapidly. Corn is progressing and Rye and Barley Are nearly ready for Harvest. Potatoes Are promising. In South Dakota crops Are doing finely. Early wheat is ripening. Rams in Tho Early part the week delayed work Iii Maryland and injured Corn. There is considerable hav and wheat the ground. Some Grain is threshed and the Quantity and Quality Are above the average. In Northern California Grasshoppers Are a by doing considerable Dan ego. In South Ern California fruit is drying rapidly. Harvesting and threshing Are nearly Over. Mississippi crops Are doing finely in the North but have been somewhat injured by wind and rain elsewhere. A Fine Corn crop is Well assured. Cotton is growing rapidly. A Farmers Trust. They propose to handle their own affairs mortgage foreclosures. Topeka ran july Call has been issued for a general convention Tho Farmers Alliance and All Industrial organizations in the state at Topeka aug. 20. For the purpose organizing a co operative association for the control All farm products and Exchange supplies. The All was signed by j. B. French Secretary the Farmers Alliance senator Peffer s. My Lallum editor Tho official Alliance paper w. F. Wright myer Secretary the National citizens Alliance and Fred p. Bailey general manager Tho Mutual protective association. J. B. French Secretary the Alliance denied that the scheme was in any Way connected with the alleged Farmers Trust that the intention was to devise schemes for withholding Grain from the Market. A cooperative system life and fire insurance will be perfected. Fred p. Bailey Wichita who prepared the Call is general manager the Mutual protective association an organization just perfected for preventing sales under mortgage foreclosures. All members the association Are the owners mortgaged farms and will assist each other. Plague rodents. Gophers and squirrels overrunning Washington Grain Fields. Tacoma wash., july 8.�?washington�?Ts wheat crop is in danger partial destruction by gophers and squirrels. For several Days wheat buyers have been receiving advices that for five six Days these animals have appeared in Large numbers in the big Bend and Palouse districts. In some instances not less than to to 20 per cent Large Fields Grain has already been devastated. Arsenic is being spread Over the Fields mixed with Grain and is killing Large numbers the rodents. Of the devastation continues it is estimated that not less than 1,000,000 bushels Grain will be destroyed. Bunch their borrowings. Farmers propose to Plano Loans for Alliance members. Topeka Kan., july Frank Mcgrath Tho state Farmers Alliance has announced the appointment a committee to take charge Tho placing Loans for members the Alliance. It will be the duty the committee to Deal directly with Eastern Money lenders thus saving the Borrower the agents commissions. Men having mortgages coming due which they Are unable to meet will be assisted in securing extensions when they Are deemed worthy it and if necessary to prevent them losing their Homes. They will be provided with additional Security to secure the desired Extension. Or. Mcgrath says that the committee will be Benefit not Only to the Borrower but to the Lender and that it will establish Between them a better understanding. He insists that the rank Ana file the Alliance Are men who intend to pay their honest debts Aud that they must not be held responsible for the doctrine repudiation so industriously preached by a certain class. The committee will devote its entire Timo to an examination the mortgage indebtedness every Farmer in the mate. And will not recommend any Extension time placing new mortgages anything but first class securities. Beet sugar to beat Cane. California climate specially adapted to produce it. Pomona Cal., july opening the chinese beet sugar factory and refinery in this Valley aug. I is awaited with unusual interest by a number capitalists and several Hundred Farmers. There seems to be no doubt among the people Here that the big chinese factory is the first at least three equally Large beet sugar factories to be built in los Angele county during Tho next two years c. E. Wood Chicago and b. E. Nolo St. Louis a brother Secretary Noble say they have come Here in the interest men representing capital to the amount $7,000,000. Who believe this is Tho beginning an Era America s making All her own sugar mid great Prosperity in sugar beet growing and in the manufacture beet sugar. Or. Wood says that it has been proved to the satisfaction the Chicago Syndicate that no part America has yet produced so Good sugar beets As California and that because the Peculiar character the soil and climatic conditions beets May remain in the ground longer after maturity with less damage to Saccharine. This is a most important fact to beet sugar makers. Wheat Prospect Brilliant. Western bulletins Point to a very Large yield. St. Paul. Minn., july 8.�?the crop Outlook in the Dakotas continues to improve and reports the most encouraging character come from All parts the two states. The weather and crop bulletin the United states weather Bureau South Dakota summarizes the situation As follows the temperature for the past week was below the average and the rainfall the whole above Tho average. Ten correspondents report portions their counties Iii need rain but the very general rainfall monday has remedied this. All agree that wheat and Corn Are in excellent condition and one More week will put wheat beyond danger from unfavourable weather. Rocky Mountain locusts Are still troublesome in portions grand Forks Ramsey and Walsh counties in North Dakota but Are disappearing before the combined efforts the state and agricultural College officials aided by the Farmers. Wheat is making a wonderful growth and All indications Point to one the largest yields Ever known. I rom Tho Minnesota correspondents there in not a single unfavourable report As to wheat Corn Rye Barley Oats flax and potatoes. Localities which a month ago were complaining dry weather now report the Best conditions and prospects. With a fair average Good weather the wheat Harvest will begin about aug. I. Saw Alvinus diamonds a raised him a and drove him from the hotel. Charles l. Davis the actor otherwise known As Alvin Joslin was sitting recently the porch a hotel in Texas says the Austin statesman when a Man from Detroit stepped in front him and looked Over his head in search an acquaintance whom lie supposed was in the hotel lobby. Davis mistaking the de Troiter s purpose remarked Quot a i see you Admire my diamonds. This one a a indicating the Stone his shirt bosom Quot Cost me $3000. These a a showing his cuff buttons Quot Cost me $2500 each and my wife has a Trun Ful up in our the Detroit Man did not say much but that evening by arrangement with the head waiter Davis was placed at supper alone at a table where were several vacant chairs. Presently seven men All commercial travellers entered the dining room and each one had a Large cutglass fruit dish fastened his breast while Glass prisms Hung Pendant from each coat and Vest Button. Soberly marching to Davis table the seven men took the vacant seats and the Detroit Man entertained the alleged actor with Quot a i see you Admire our diamonds. This pointing to the fruit dish a Cost me $3,000,000. These a indicating the prisms Quot Cost $250,000 each and we Havo three car loads like them at the depot waiting to be Davis not Only changed his table but went to another hotel. Saved. Brooklyn life dash away shaking hands with miss Summit at the Ball a do you know i have a singular feeling As if i had come away and forgotten something. Miss Summit coldly a possibly you Are not aware sir that you have no Necktie i Oil. I dash away . Is that it then miss i Summit there is nothing for you to do but j to introduce me to your guests As a rising i Young poet. Hot weather has a depressing effect rumours. John Sherman Silver the Alliance and the old parties. Powderly Speaks Campbell a Winner in Ohio notes. Washington court House o., july 0.�? senator John Sherman in a letter dated Mansfield july 7, received hero last night. Says regarding the free coinage Silver a i can appreciate the Earnest demand the producers Silver Bullion that the United states should pay $1.29 an ounce for Silver Bullion which in Tho markets the world has been for a series years Worth Only about $1 an ounce sometimes a Little More. Sometimes a Little less. A but i cannot appreciate Why any Farmer other producer should desire that the government should pay for any article More than its Market value. A it would be much better that the government should nay a Dollar a Bushel for wheat when it is Worth less. But no sensible Farmer would desire the government to embark in the Pur riase Art Kolrs it needs save like All other purchasers at the Market Price a Tho distinction sought to be made in favor Silver is without just foundation. Quot the government now buys in the open Market More than the entire Domestic production Silver Bullion because it needs it for coinage and As the basis Treasury notes. Quot i gladly contributed my full Sharo to this measure and would do anything in my Power to Advance the Market value Silver to its Legal ratio to Gold but this can Only be done in concert with other commercial nations. A the attempt to do it by the United states alone would Only demonstrate our weakness. A to the extent that Tho enormous demand made by the existing Law advances the Price Silver Tho producer receives the Benefit and today the production Silver is probably the most profitable Industry in the United states. A to ask More seems to me unreasonable and if yielded to will bring All our Money to the single Silver Standard alone de monetize Gold and detach Tho United states from the Standard Tho great commercial nations the world. Quot the unreasonable demand for the from coinage Stiver has nothing to do with the reasonable demand for the increase the volume Money required by the increase business and population the United states. Quot we have provided by existing Law for the increase Money to an amount greater than Tho increase business and population but even if More Money is required there Are Many ways providing it without cheapening the purchasing Power our Money making a wide difference Between the kinds Money in circulation based Silver and Gold. Quot Moro than 92 per cent All payments Are now made in checks drafts and other commercial devices. A fall kinds circulating notes Are now equal to each other and Are kept at the Gold Standard by redemption and Exchange. A your Money and our credit Are now equal to better than those Tho most civilized nations the world. A your productions every kind Are increasing and it seems to me almost a wild lunacy for us to disturb this Happy condition by changing the Standard All contracts inducing special contracts payable in Gold and again paying Gold to the capitalists and Silver at an exaggerated Price to the Farmer labourer and pensioner and i would not be True to my conviction what is Hest for the Good my constituents if i did not frankly and firmly stand by my opinions whatever May be the effect upon me personally. A my greatest obligations have been to the Farmers Ohio and i would be unworthy their Trust and Confidence if i did not beseech them to stand by the financial policy which will Securo them the Best re suits for their labor and productions and the Comfort and Prosperity All classes counts Campbell a Winner. Conditions in Ohio Sot clearly Forth by judge Stillwater. Washington july Star tonight prints an interview with judge Stillwater Ohio who is one the shrewdest democratic politicians in his state in which to says that there is no doubt about the nomination Campbell for governor next week. Judge Stillwater says he does not think Neal will allow Bis name to go before the convention and even if lie does he will come to the support Campbell As soon As the nomination is made. In speaking the present political situation judge Stillwater is quoted As follows a there has been a great change sentiment the Wool question Iii Ohio. When Mckinley made Bis Campaign last year his Bill had but recently passed and he told the Farmers that state that there had not yet been time for them to feel the effects what be had done for them but that if they would wait a year they would find that they would be getting three four cents per Pound More their Wool. They have waited and Are now getting two three cents per Pound less. A this is very easily explained. The a manufacturer Lias to pay More for the foreign Wool which he must mix with the Domestic in making his goods so he makes a corresponding reduction in the Price he will pay for the Domestic. Tho Farmers have come to understand the general Tariff question better than they have heretofore. The educational work the Farmers Alliance has opened their Oyes. The democratic members the Alliance have been pretty straight this question right along and tile republicans Are now rapidly being drawn in. Quot i was talking the other Day with a leading Farmer Knox county. Columbus Delano s Home. I have known him for years to be one the staunchest republicans. He told me lie would not vote for Mckinley and that it was difficult to find a Republican in that neighbourhood who would All being dissatisfied with the Tariff. Now if Only a very Small proportion the Republican Farmers feel hint Way it puts Mckinley selection out the question. If the Alliance does not put a ticket in the Field Dir. Campbell will get Many votes from the Farmers who have heretofore voted the Republican ticket and if there is an Alliance ticket in the Field it will probably draw a Good Many votes and two thirds them will be republicans. A we have got Ohio the Wool question. I do not know How the tin plate business will work this fall. There has been an immense importation tin. So that the Market has been overstocked. The Law went into effect Only july i and it May be that much the surplus Stock is in the hands men who cannot afford to bold it for the Ordinary demand As was contemplated in making the importation. Much this May be got and thrown the Market about election time. This might prevent us from getting the Benefit the discontent which will follow the increased Cost tin plate and products put up in tin which is bound to come As the full effect the Bill is Felt. A the issues the Campaign will be the Tariff Silver and local self government in the order named. Tho Tariff will be the great Issue and i think the platform will Volare for free coinage gov. Campbell said saturday Quot i have 473 delegates now elected to go to Cleveland. I mean that there Are that Many elected with the understanding that they favored my there Are Only too votes in the convention so this insures his renomination the first ballot if it comes to balloting. Neal still says he is in the contest. Opposed to the idea. New England Farmers done to want a party All their own. Springfield mass., july 8.�?the new Peoples party is not endorsed by the Farmers new England and new York state according to the results an extended canvass by the new England Homestead. The men interviewed were All prominent Farmers. While some favor More Independent political action than heretofore nearly All oppose the idea a special Farmers party. One two go so far As to say that this party if a very conservative platform is put Forward will draw to per cent. Of the Farmers votes in their sections Maine and new York state but the majority place this number far lower from i to 2 per cent being the average. Tile sub Treasury Bill and the loaning new issues paper by the government lands values Are looked upon As wild schemes Bur the free coinage Silver has a Small following. The opinion in general shows the strength the position Long held by Tho Grange and carried out by the Farmers league that that Farmers movement in this Section the country will consist More in Independent action through the old parties than in forming any new party. Powderly issues a statement scores Secretary Foster most unmercifully Treasury matters. New York. July 11 a Terrence v. Powderly As general master Workman the knights Labret. Has addressed an open letter to Charles Foster Secretary the Treasury in which lie treats the controversy in the Bureau engraving and printing and handles the Treasury departments management without gloves. He says Quot a place that was made great by a Hamilton and a window becomes Only a vacuum when an artificer in political trickery attempts to till in detail the latter charges Tho Secretary with maintaining a Bureau chief who is a drunkard and a Ruffian and incompetent with trying to throw Tho responsibility upon president Harrison and then inconsistently assuming it himself again with misrepresenting Tho position the knights labor with making a cats Paw Samuel dumpers and with conniving at the Purchase cheap foreign work by an american was discontinued after Tim exposure the bad qualities the foreign product. Or. Powderly concludes a we will All leave you to tight the matter out and in the meantime prepare a full statement this Case for presentation to that tribunal Wiere no shifting responsibilities vocal Juggler will smother Tho is it Hill and Gray thus . Ray Indiana booms Hill and Ray. Or. Scott Ray Indiana tells a new York world reporter that a emr. Cleveland is a dead Duck out our Way. He is no longer an important Factor in the presidential game �?T92. His Silver letter was a Blunder few those friends can forgive. His subsequent attempt to modify it Only made matters worse. He is not seriously discussed now by the democracy Indiana. Indiana is naturally a democratic state. And so is the entire country naturally democratic but it takes live issues squarely met. And a thoroughbred Democrat at Tho head the National ticket to bring the party solidly into line in the presidential Battle. Such a Man is David b. Hill. A doubts Havo been expressed in my Section As to whether gov. Hill is really a candidate. He has been variously reported. I came to new York to satisfy myself As to Tho facts in the Case. I am satisfied that gov. Hill will not refuse the presidential nomination at the hands his party. We think Well gov. Hill out in Indiana. His political utterances Are familiar to us and they have the True democratic ring. Quot Isnit it Likely that Indiana democrats will prefer gov. Orav a Quot they undoubtedly prefer Gray. I am myself first for gov. Gray. It is natural we should place our own distinguished citizen and Leader first. But that does not Lessen our love and respect for one the greatest democratic loaders his time. Quot with Hill and Gray for Standard bearers and the Issue Low Tariff Economy government administration and the free coinage Silver we could beat any Man and Triumph Over any amount Money put up against us. A finally a said . Ray a i want to go record As saying that . Grover Cleveland will neither get his own delegation nor will to be tile nominee his party. Also that the new York delegation will beyond All question be instructed for gov. David b. telling tales out school. Connecticut republicans at loggerheads Over the count out. Sex judge Lynde Harrison is one Tho most influential republicans Connecticut. He has written a letter to the editor the Hartford Post which has created a sensation in the a land steady its exposure the Means whereby three democratic candidates for state offices Wero kept out positions to Wlinich the people elected Thorn must have a great effect in Connecticut. Or. Harrison is the editor tile new Haven palladium and alleges that if Justice had been done the democrats would now be in Possession the lieutenant governorship the office Secretary state and the Post state treasurer for the reason that Tho people elected them to these positions Fie refused to take any part in the scheme defrauding these candidates the offices which belonged to them in order to coerce the democrats into acknowledging the Clee Tion Gen. Merwin although he did not believe judge Morris had been elected by the people. He accuses the editor Tho Hartford Post who was a representative in tile legislature with Quot imposing upon the House a report reciting As facts that which was not and is not True a and asserts that Tho effect his action Quot has been a contemptible piece political the following is Tho conclusion . Harrison a letter Quot finally . Porter you ought to under stand that the thousands republicans in this state consider the Honor their party is at stake in this matter. The National platform 1888 reaffirms the Devotion the party to the principle that every lawful ballot shall be duly counted. Iii the Republican state platform september 1890, to is demanded til at throughout Tho length and breadth the land a free ballot and a fair count be assured. The position i have maintained and still hold in relation to Gen. Merwin is in a Firmance these great principles. Tho position you and the Post take in relation to the minor officials is that a fair and honest count May be reversed by tricks in the secret conclave the final canvassing Board and such a position is one which tile Republican party Lincoln Grant. Garfield. Harrison and Blaine will repudiate whenever it has an editor Porter Tho Hartford Post said to a correspondent that he eared nothing for judge Harrison a criticisms who Porter asserts was Quot disgruntled because the adjournment the legislature prevented him from pocketing some handsome lobby senator Quay Quot Deniges the Philadelphia enquirer publishes an interview with senator Quay. When asked whether he had read the recent address the independents the senator replied Quot yes i have read it and i would just like to say in the Mast emphatic manner that so far As it refers to me it is false from beginning to end there is not a word truth in the charges. I deny every charge they Are false As were those last year. The gentlemen who signed this address Are not republicans. Quot again these democrats calling themselves republicans charge the Republican party and incidentally me. With the defeat the sectional school Bill designed to purify Arni strengthen the Public school system Philadelphia Why i was in favor that Bill. It was a Good one. And had i been interfering in legislation in any Way i should have supported it heartily. A and think connecting me in any Way with the Bardsley business these in arcs Are As preposterous As they Are politics with a a self denying new Orleans la. July 10.�?a new political organization was formed hero last night known As Tho municipal Reform association now Orleans. It is led by w. S. Parker Soti who was at Tho head the movement in the last Campaign and who also led the mob in its assault in the Parish prison March 14. By the Constitution the association no Man who is a candidate for any office can become a member tile association. Or. Parkerson and Tho other speakers admitted that Many Tho reformers whom they elected to office three years ago had become corrupt but they said they did not propose to give up the tight for Reform that account but to try again. It is thought that Tho ticket to be nominated by the association will receive the support the republicans and the ant lottery democrats in Case the lottery Wing controls the democratic convention. Kansas democrats endorse Cleveland. Topeka Kan. July 11.�?in response to a Call stating that a a condition now confronts the democracy Kansas nearly every democratic editor in the state assembled in the City today. Resolutions were adopted declaring that the democratic party must keep itself free from any alliances with other parties and make the fight in Kansas singly and alone. Resolutions were also adopted complimenting the democracy Grover Cleveland. A poll the editors present showed that 26 were for Cleveland and two for Hill. With Tim woo growing Farmers Ohio says that there is great dissatisfaction among the Wool growers with the Mckinley Law. They were promised that it would increase the Price Wool but it is a fact that the Price Wool is now about three cents lower than it was at this Timo last year. This representation there is no reason to doubt As the gentleman who makes it is a Republican and will Rote for Mai. Mckinley. Even David Harpster himself the a Wool King Wyandot county Quot is said to be sulking and All that his old colleagues Mon. William Lawrence and Hon. Columbus Delano can do will not induce Bim to speak a Good word for Tho Mckinley Wool Tariff. But afterwards became the owner millions. Wont fuse but fight. About 15 prominent Peoples party Lead a Era in session at Topeka. Kau., after discussing Tho proposition made by Tho democratic state Central committee recently to fuse Witt them in the local county elections in Kansas this year and to unite an electoral ticket in opposition to the republicans next year declined to fuse and a statement declaring against such action was ordered published in the Alliance advocate the official state Organ. Leading democrats Aie very indignant at Tim Independent action the Peoples party and now declare that it is War to the knife from this . Southern republicans for Harrison. Washington july la a fourth auditor Lynch who Bas just returned from Mississippi. Says there is considerable excitement for the democrats that state in their fight with Hie Alliance but he thinks the democrats will be victorious. Speaking the probable attitude the Southern republicans Iii the next Republican National convention be said that it w As Quot simply not Worth while to mention the name any one Bat Harrison in connection with the nomination. All the republicans Mississippi Are for Harrison and so they Are in every other Southern state. He will have the solid Southern delegation in the convention and it cannot be he designed the flyers. Edward Burgess the celebrated yacht builder dead the Story the Mayflower and Puritan. Naval architect Edward Burgess died at his Home 503 Beacon St. Boston at 4 clock sunday afternoon. It is with . Burgess Fame As a yacht designer that the world is chiefly concerned. It was not till the building the Puritan that this name was widely known outside Boston but since that successful episode his reputation has extended till it is now world wide. In to lire years from 1885 to 1887, designer Burgess established a reputation which Bas never been approached by any other Baclit designer. Wool growers a a out with Mckinley. Washington d. C., july gentle Man whose business is Kvool buying and whose Lino work brings him into Contact the Puritan was the first big order that . Burgess received Aud her Success at once established his reputation. The English Racht racing association has had for Many years a Rule measurement which taxed beam severely and the result was the production the narrow cutters with great weight the keel nicknamed some half dozen designs were sketched out in Tho rough by . Burgess but the one which pleased himself and the Syndicate the most was that Tho now world famous Puritan. Tile Puritan was retained by . J. Malcolm Forbes one t he prime movers in her building and the Mayflower was built for Gen. Charles j. Paine also one the Puritan Syndicate. Gen. Paine a previous experience in yachting bad not Boon particularly extensive Brilliant but lie brought to the sport yachting a remarkably keen intellect excellent judgment and an a infinite capacity for taking pains a while the Mayflower was building predictions were freely Macle from All possible sources that she would not beat the Puritan. The Success the Mayflower silenced Tho carpers who would have had people believe that there was some intangible something connected with the building vessels which produced Speed that designing a yacht was a Good Deal like combining a great number chemical elements without he fixed idea proportions where the result would to something entirely distinct from All the elements and entirely unexpected by the bewildered mixer. Or Burgess productions among others in eluded the go soon. Sachem. Titania Pappo oses Baboon Nymph wraith sprite Paladin fancy Saracen. Hawk Rosalind Chiquita Marguerite Oweene Sayonara Beatrix Mineola As Well As the steam yachts Shearwater wild Duck in Guowa Jat Mol Sapphire and the Well known Carrie , and Fredonia. Or. Burgess displayed so much interest in natural history that in 1872 lie was elected Secretary the society natural history Boston a position which lie Beld for 15 years and orly relinquished it when forced to do so by Tho accumulation his business. While Secretary the society lie published numerous scientific memoirs. He was a member the United states naval Board to award prizes for the designs cruisers and battleships in 18s7, and in 1888 he was appointed chairman the Board life saving appliances in the United states life saving service . Burgess was Secretary the Eastern yacht club at the time his death. A noir Iso club is herded in your Toien. Form one note. Send for the weekly Globe s new private circular and free Manile copies. Where fires rage. A Glanco at the furnaces an Ocean Steamer. Glasgow Herald the City Paris there Are go firemen who feed Hie fiery maws 64 furnaces which create steam in nine a boilers. Fifty Coal passers shovel tile fuel from the bunkers to the Furnace door and Tho firemen toss it in. There is something More than Mere shovelling in firing. Tho Stoker must know How to put Tho coals so that they xviii not bum too quickly Deaden the fire. To must know How to stir poke the lire so As to get All nearly All the beat out the Coak service in the fire room is divided into six watches four hours each. The fireman works and sleeps alternate four hours. After the first Day from port two out every six Funi ances Are raked out to the Bare bars during Tho first hour each watch. Thus in a voyage All the furnaces Are cleaned once in 24 hours. The steam goes Down a bit in Tho hour while the cleaning is going . The stokers shovel into the furnaces 15 tons Coal every hour 350 tons a Day. The ship usually takes in 3000 tons at Liverpool new York and Lias Between 500 and 800 tons left when she arrives the other Side. Tile engineers department is entirely distinct and separate from the firemen s. On the City Paris there Are 26 engineers including Hydraulic arid electrical. They Are educated in engine shops Shore and a certain number them go skips every year. _ no Faith in Banks. Street a Smiths Good news old lady it just makes me laugh to see the Way these Banks Are Basting up. It does no to Hurt me any i can Tell you. Friend a Veuy to you any Money in Banks old lady no. Indeed. I invested All i had in a flying machine. And the less he talks. Texas sittings tote More a Man knows the less he believes. In his Vermont flour the president will sleep and eat. Noted guests Gen. Mccullough at the Bennington Celebration. Rutland vt., july 11 a Vermont is to be signally favored by members the Cabinet this Tho president will swing still farther his tour around Tho Circle and now intends to spend at least a week in this state about the Middle August. He comes to to present at the Celebration in Bennington commemorative the Centennial anniversary Tho admission Vermont into the Union at which time tile Bennington Battle Monument will to formally dedicated. During Tho week president Harrison is in the state be will to the guest Secretary Proctor at Proctor going from there to Tho Bennington Celebration and thence to the Northern portion the state and probably will visit senator Edmunds at his Burlington Home. Ottiero is a possibility that mrs. Harrison will conto with Tho president to Proctor but that will not be decided for several weeks yet. Secretary Foster and attorney general Miller will attend the Bennington Tho latter will to accompanied by mrs. Miller. They will visit the Secretary War at Proctor and then go a driving trip through Tho Vermont mountains Over which Tho is very enthusiastic. Tho agricultural guardian intends any Way to come up and visit with the Mountain Farmers during the latter part August and Uncle Jerry and mrs. Rusk also will enjoy the grand scenery at Proctor. While the president is assisting at Bennington lie will be entertained in one the most noted the modern Vermont houses. It is the Home Tho late Trenor w. Park and is now owned by his son in Law Gen. J. D. Mccullough Many times a millionaire through his own instrumentality Abd the Grace a marriage with one Park s daughters. Ile is a director in the equitable company Aud spends the Winters in now York City but Tho Summers find the family at the North Bennington mansion. Which was the scene Many a festive occasion and momentous turns Iii state politic in Trenor Park s time. The estate is immense including Well cultivated Fields and Fine pasture lands. Once the time in the height its first owner s Prosperity it was the finest place in Vermont and this year Gen. Mccullough a t expended about $50,000, so that it still ranks among the most Beautiful even where there Are so Many Large and Well cared for estate As this Side Tho mountains. It stretches Over one the smaller foot Hills the Green mountains in North Bennington. And Park himself took great Pride in the location and bad Tho satisfaction displaying his Prosperity to a neighbourhood that had known him when things ran in the grooves poverty. There a a Mountain Over near Bald Mountain that Bas no name and it was there that Park s parents lived when he was born. His first appearance to attract any attention was one Day when a Green Mountain boy appeared the streets Bennington with a Stock Home made molasses Candy that was Trenor i. Park the future millionaire politician and Railroad magnate. But that. Boy quit Selling molasses Candy soon and went to work in a bigger place. He came Back with a Little saved and went to work again in Bennington. When Tho Gold craze struck new England Park caught it and made for the California Trail. He was Lucky there and wont in the ground floor Somo the big land deals his Good Fortune in this respect being principally duo to a Lucky marriage he made. Then gov. Hill went to California and served As one Tho Mariposa land commissioners. Hill and Park were pretty Good friends and when the cases were decided Park Carne out Many thousands dollars ahead. In the end however it is said that became out California in a coffin but when to got East was a very much Alivo Man that appeared in Myall St transactions As Trenor d. Park. Money came freely and Park was both shrewd and bold. To and old Vanderbilt tilted at each other in Many a Tough quarrel. Park was wealthy. Park was open handed and Tho Man who had started in life peddling Penny stick Sticky Candy seemed never to appreciate the value a cart wheel where to himself w As concerned. He came Home to Bennington and built a place that for magnificence could not to beaten and then followed great times in the town. Park figuratively owned it and literally controlled the greater portion it even to a newspaper. The political pulse the state wobbled in time with Parks and to had become an important Ligure then too he War fond a Good tune and when lie came in for relaxation there was an old coterie Green Mountain Bon Vitants who assisted him to make tilings Lively at Tho Mountain mansion took Possession the Village Saloon which with its billiard and pop tables was a grand place for such a town As Bennington. Park was the director Gene Rel All the sport. He loved a Good Story and told a better one. Some them have been handed Down and though Park and ail Tho old ring Are gone Many a Good tale is credited to them. Among the crowd was a brother Park. Who was named Cal. After a More than usually exacting time Jubilee Cal was ordered to Saratoga for a course Mineral Waters which lie was ordered to drink. When be appeared again a Good old prohibitionist said Quot Well Cal a squeezing his hand Quot you re showing the result Saratoga. Guess the Waters did you Quot done know a bout the Waters a said Cal a i took Gin with mine a one the attractions at Parks estate was a half mile trotting track where Tho fast and blooded Stock that was bred the place Wero Given trials for the amusement visitors. It was at this time that Park impressed with the shifting character riches and at daggers drawn with the old and original Vanderbilt gave Large sums to Bis relatives. Two his Sisters who received a Bouse and $50,000 apiece still live Iii Bennington and enjoy life the interest Parks gifts. And fortunate for them it was that Park made this provision for Vanderbilt finally compassed his opponent s ruin and Parks Fortune was done away with. Here Jim Fiske stepped in. Fiske was a vermonter born in Pownal near Tho new York state line and be and Park belonging to the same locality had Many tastes in common. When it seemed As if Park was gone for All time Fiske took him in his old Colony Steamboat deals and set him his Lect again. Then Park went into railroads again. He was a Strong supporter the Panama canal and became an intimate Friend do lesser. Until very shortly before his death Park was devoted to his Green Mountain Home and entertained lavishly. Many Well known new yorkers were there from Timo to time. Some them had Gay times and the stories Parks parties Are still told Iii the country round about. Gen. Mccullough the present owner Tho estate has also had an exciting life in some respects. Although he did not win his title in the civil War his said to be genuine and was won after hard service in Southern California when Mexico attempted to capture tile slope. Besides entertaining president Harrison the Cabinet members who attend the Centennial will also be received at this famous Bouse. Mrs. Mcguirk. How to keep Cool. Ladies Home journal cleanliness not Only next to godliness is part coolness. So take a plunge Bath in the morning letting the water be tepid and afterwards giving yourself a cold Shower. Omit starch from your clothes As far a3 possible. Eat a Light breakfast. Greasy food a great Quantity food taken in the morning will most certainly heat your stomach for the entire Day. A woman who stays in the City and is always Cool gives this As her Bill fare. A cup Coffee in the morning with bread and butter a luncheon cold beef Aud baked potato with lemonade iced Tea and a dinner after Sunset consisting a Little soup. A bit meat and one hot vegetable a Cool Green salad a cold dessert and a Niall cub Coffee. Keep this in mind Ai i there is to bet Ter preventive against heat than Good Troper when you Combine Good bathing proper food and evenness disposition with it. Ontario Mirage. It shows Over top Church with Canada in the distance. Rochester. N. V., july 9.�?a Mirage surpassing in distinctness anything the kind seen Here in Many years was witnessed this morning from the Tower Powers build lug. Tile Lake appeared to be less than half a mile Distant and St Michael a Church which is a mile and a half away to the Northeast seemed to be less than a Quarter a mile off. Tile Lake was apparently Only a few Hundred Yards from Tho Church and beyond the Lake the Shore Canada appeared plainly in View. Along the Shore a Railroad train composed gravel cars was seen moving near the Bank. The gravel appeared to be a Light color and the movement the train gave the impression that workmen were loading the cars. The top the Bank was crowned with Green Trees which stood out clearly and distinctly for nearly an hour. Farmers request denied. Had letter from Blaine yet five his trunks were searched gov. Thayer will not Call session to regulate freight rates. Lincoln. Neb., july 9.�?gov. Thayer has received a series resolutions from various Farmers Alliance associations setting Forth their belief that Nebraska needs a Law to regulate freight rates a fair and equitable basis that the new Berry Bill which was passed by the legislature and vetoed by the Quot alien governor James e. Boyd would afford Tho needed Relief also earnestly requesting the governor to Convent tile Senate and House representatives in a special session at Tho earliest possible moment to Repass the Bill a Bill similar to it. To the request the governor replied that be had Given thoughtful consideration to Tho question an extra session Aud found Public opinion against it. Death a Maine judge. James a. Milliken served 16 years in Washington county. Cherryfield. Me. July 9.�?judge James a. Milliken for Many years a prominent member the Washington comity bar. Died last night. He was the first Republican candidate for Congress in what was then the sixth District. And was Defeated by a Small majority by ids democratic opponent Thomas j. I. Fuller Calais. To bad hold various town offices had served a term in the legislature and was chairman the commission created in 1869 for the equalization municipal War debts. He was elected judge probate Washington county in 1872, and was three times re elected. He sorted in years. He resigned in 1888 account failing health. Lie was 78 years old. Printing new Bonds. Exchange for the 2 per cents. Bids fair to keep Treasury Busy. Washington. July 0.�?the Bureau engraving and printing has begun the work preparing the new Bonds bearing 2 per cent interest which Are to be issued in continuance the 4vb per cent. Loan and it is intended that the first instalment them shall be ready for delivery thursday the 23d inst. In the meantime Tho few applications already received Aro being recorded and the first lot 4 a per cent. Bonds for continuance will be passed Brough the Secretary a office saturday tins week. Tile owners the Bonds May therefore expect to receive in a very few Days their checks in prepayment the interest to sept. 2,1891, while the delivery the new Bonds will follow promptly upon their receipt from the Bureau engraving and printing. From the manner in which the National Banks Are responding it is seen that there is plenty work ahead in the loan division. Set diplomats talking. Blaine known to favor the Sultan As arbitrator in Behring sea matter. Washington. July 9.�?the arrival Mav Oleyni Bey turkish minister to Tho United states at bar Harbor has created a great Deal comment in diplomatic circles hero today. It is generally understood course that . Blaine is not at present taking a very Active part in the diplomatic affairs Tim country but it has been known for a Long time that . Blaine has always favored the Sultan Turkey is arbitrator in the matter tile be ii ring sea con fro Versy provided the dispute is submitted to arbitration. It is looked upon As a foregone conclusion that arbitration will he resorted to to Settle tile dispute and As nearly All Tho european rulers have complications one kind another which would naturally Bias their judgment with the exception the Sultan. Hts generally thought that Mav Oleyni Bey May Havo some business in connection with tile Behring sea affair to discuss with . Blaine Ana that this fact May account for his present visit to bar Harbor. July to december. Something about the last six months the year. Helen m. Winslow in Philadelphia times july used to be called Quintillus by the romans and not until the Lime Julius Kicsar was the name changed. At that time Mark Antony proposed that the name the month he changed to Julius in Honor the Groat ruler and it was done. Hence our july. Charlemagne called it a Cumont Bay Mont hand Tho Anglo saxons called it Mead month because Tho Meadows were in Bloom and they called Juno the a earlier mild month and also Quot mid Sun nor we. However Call july Tho mid summer month and it is then that we get our Days and nights and the do Days begin. Quot dog Days wore so called because in the latitude the Mediterranean where they were named the period the greatest heat nearly corresponded with that in which rite dog Star Sirius Rose at the same time with Tho Sun. Dog Days Aro reckoned by Somo almanac mailers from july 24 to aug. 24. And by others from july 3 to aug. La. August was Orr finally called sex Tillis meaning Tho sixth month from March. Julius ctr sir made it 30 Days in length and Augustus Cesar who came after him made it 31 Days. As tills was the month when Augustus Ca Sar entered upon his first Consulship had subdued Egypt and received the allegiance the soldiers that occupied the Jan Culum and. Finally had put an end to civil War the Senate changed the name the month to August in the same Way that Quintillus had been changed to Julius. The Flemings and germans have adopted Hie word As signifying Harvest. The saxons called it the Weed month and the old germans the wine press month because then they gathered their Vintage. September was named from the latin word septem seven because by the old roman reckoning it was Tho seventh month the name with those the three following months is still retained among most european languages in Spito their inaccuracy. However they Aro euphonious names and we have Liacomo so accustomed to them that we do not think their accuracy inaccuracy so perhaps it does not matter. In Anglo Saxon times they called september the Barley month and in Switzerland they still Call it the Harvest month As then comes their Harvest. October november and december also take their names from the numbers their order reckoning from March Iii 8. 9 audio. Or. Wanamaker a Glass desk top. Washington Star the Large desk used by postmaster general Iva Namaker has a a nisus feature we Rich has a ast been added. Instead the usual cloth top a Large Glass plate covers the surface the desk and beneath it is a map the United states showing parts Canella and new Mexico. A writing pad rests Tho Glass Aud Ottiero Are the customary desk fittings As Well As All the Paters which Are usually found in the workshop a Busy Man. The map shows the counties in each state the principal cities and towns Folie lines railways etc., and when visitors talk to . Yanaru after about Post routes and Post offices to can follow them the map spread out before his eyes As he sits at hts desk. Amusing adventure abroad in which two congressman figured. Chamberlain Waits for Gladstone to die Henry George jr., thinks. London. June 27.�?the most bitterly reviled Man in British politics is Joseph Chamberlain. Denounced As a renegade from hts party by the official liberals As a traitor to i principles by the radicals who had looked to him to Lead the new Deng Tracy. He ii pursued in platform and press with reproaches scorn and acrimony and hit go More Liberal unionist followers is parliament Are made to fee an animosity such As even the most blatant tories Seldom arouse. And vet there Are shrewd observers who affirm that Joseph Chamberlain is the Corm ing Man in Radical politics. One these i Large Birmingham manufacturer a Man closely acquainted with chamberlains antecedents and political associates there to marked to me Quot Chamberlain is playing a waiting game. He is naturally a Radical his instincts Ani democratic. Ile left the liberals through resentment largely justifiable at the rough treatment he Revei de from Gladstone Foi Tho latter whether from jealousy at tin rapid Rise his lieutenant from in differ once due to a feeling his own All a Umbra ing importance never even consulted the Leader the great Radical Wing As to tin features his Irish land Bill. Quot this roused in Tho hot blooded member from West Birmingham a Chagrin and rage that for the time blinded him to principles and consequences Aud carried him into the conservative lobby thereby overthrowing Tho Gladstone government. Since then to be consistent he has remained with Tho conservatives. It is noticeable however that he does not attack the liberals radicals. But attacks what to Calls a the Gladstone Quot Between him and the g. O. In. There is a Wall that grows higher and thicker a time wears and the incessant hammering he has been subjected to by the Liberal and Radical speakers and press their terrible cries a apostate and a traitor a have Burnt and rankled till he is full bitterness. It should be obscured. Moreover than in chamberlains supporting a conservative government the country gains almost not quite As much As if he had not Boon disaffected and Gladstone had remained in office for there is really Little difference Between the conservatives and the Gladstone liberals. Real opposition to Tho conservative principles and policy must be looked for in the growth the radicals. Quot Chamberlain secs this and his Strong natural desire is to throw in his lot i ii the radicals but he believes that Gladstone. A a Long As he lives will be Able to control them. Chamberlain is therefore. Biding his to me till the g. O. In. Passes off the stage. He is playing a waiting Quot when Gladstone is out the Way a will Corno Forward and say to the radicals a i dare Lead where you dare follow a it is my belief that then Tho radicals forgetting recent inconsistencies and heart burnings Aud recalling his former splendid performances will follow. Enthusiasm will spread and Joseph Chamberlain will become Tho Leader Tho conquering new democracy in England and will quickly come to Wield the Mace t course it is impossible that a politician the prominence Joseph it Hambe Laiu should make his future intentions Public Butin a conversation i bad with him a few Days ago he said a Good Deal that might to construed to support such predictions. I remarked that there were a great Many people in the United 8 ates who could no understand Why lie was not leaning the democracy this country to w hich he replied a the grand old Man drove a lot us out the party through Tho forcing Forward his Homo Rule Bill. I said at the time that Ile would Side track All social Reform and he Quot but a i said Quot there is some talk among the radicals Tho a extreme Wing dropping Irish matters and if they cannot do it Iii any other Way. To cast . Gladstone overboard with to answered Quot Gladstone will hold his grasp the party while he . Chamberlain s programme More exactly the programme the Liberal a Monist party which he practically formulates seems aside from land Purchase and allotments to indicate an Effort to meet Tho democratic spirit. Tho two chief features Are first the Extension local government by the creation throughout the kingdom District and Paris i counsels and secondly the enactment some plan for state assistance through old age pensions Aud life insurance. It is needless to say that the radicals Aro at once and emphatically opposed to any plan government bind Purchase allotment but the idea the Extension municipal Powers is very popular with them. There is a general feeling in favor the idea old ago pensions but none the plans which have been brought Forward elicit any general support. Or. Chamberlains plan concerning the latter is that any Man woman shall be Able to go to the Post office and open an account either by a Small payment a Large payment this May be added to As convenient and remaining a 5 per cent. Compound interest double. The amount we hich the government now allows Ordinary savings Bank deposits shall when the contributor reaches the age 65, and then Only to withdrawn in the Sloane a fixed annuity for the rest life. A few weeks ago i came Down from Liverpool in company with two congressmen one an absolute free trader from Ohio the other a High protectionist from a Moro Eastern state the latter a member the last Congress who voted far the Mckinley Rill. During the journey a hot Tariff discussion arose and one the Points the protectionist congressman contended for was Itiat a Tariff might increase prices at first but that internal Competition would quickly reduce them. A fortnight afterwards the following conversation took place in Tho magnificent hotel Monopole protectionist congressman i have just ordered at Poole a $2000 Worth clothes. I gave a fellow a Guinea to Tell me what kind clothes i needed. I gave another a Guinea to pick out the cloth. I gave another a Guinea to do the cutting. I have also i Wight $250 Worth shoes and $100 Worth walking Sticks. Free Trade congressman Why did you. Buy All these things Here Why did no to you a get them in the United states. Are cheaper Hetu f. T. �?what would your constituents think if they heard you say that p. �?for heavens Sake done to breathe it. If it got out that i bought a lot clothes in England i would be ruined politically. F. T. �?wiiat Are you going to do about the custom Bouse at new York going to declare All these things p. �?no. You see i consider that a Man has the right to carry in what befits his station. These things make a years outfit for me. I will take the customs officer aside and when i Tell him who i am it will be All right done to you see i shall take Over a watch for a present and course i shall pay whatever duty the Law requires that. A few Days later the free Trade congressman who was about to escort a party eight nine three them ladies to Paris w As joined by the protectionist congressman. The clothing Tho Freo Trade Congress Many a party filled eight trunks that the one protectionist congressman filled seven and he had a Man to look after them. Ona trunk was filled with shoes alone and every one tile 50 60 pairs had a last in it to prevent creasing Curling. As the boat neared the French coast the protectionist congressman said to the free Trade congressman Quot you had better let to see to getting the trunks through foe custom lines Here. I can do it Quot go ahead take full charge a was Tho reply. So Whon they got to the pier the protectionist congressman took out his pocket a big envelope and out that he took a big paper with a Largo red Seal and the signature James g. Blaine written in great bold letters. The paper called All concerned to treat the Holder with a1 the distinction and Courtesy due to a United states minister. This1 was shown to a customs official who read it. Took off his hat bowed profoundly and said that every attention would be shown and that the 15 trunks belonging to Tim party he would ask to examine Only a few. And he pointed out for his subordinates to search five trunks belonging to the p. Of he comr ,

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