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Boston Weekly Globe (Newspaper) - July 28, 1891, Boston, Massachusetts Only St of per Vear foe the weekly Globe. Renew now subscribe now. Only per year for a special clu3 rate Send now for new circular to agents. Vol. Xix no. 30. Boston tuesday morning. July 28, 1891. Strictly business. Matters of interest to those who think seriously. Glance at the condition of Trade Liron Eliout the country with incidental remarks about the weather and crops. New York july 24.�? r. Q. Dun amp weekly review of Trade says Homo improvement in Tho business situation is still noted. But the monetary situation does not grow clearer and the decline in stocks notwithstanding great dullness and with enormous crops coming Marks the feeling of Wall St. That difficulties May be not far ahead. A speculation in products is springing up which threatens to make trouble when the crop movement becomes Large. Distribution of circulars in enormous number from Minneapolis and Washington. Professedly by the Farmers Alliance advising All Farmers to hold their wheat does not yet affect actual receipts but stimulates speculators to buy largely in expectation of a Boom and much Money has already been locked up Iii carrying accumulating stocks. With the utmost Freedom in movement of wheat recovery from Europe of $70,000,000 Gold shipped this year would be difficult but with wheat exports checked for some months Scarcity of Money would be foil in All markets and in All branches of Industry. Reports of the condition of Trade arc generally More favourable than a week ago. At Boston there is further improvement More doing in boots and shoes with manufacturers better Empl Lyod and continued improvement in leather. Wool is quite Active with sales Over 3,000,000 hounds and dry goods jobbers More Active. Hides Are firm and lumber Juiet. Wool is More Active and dry goods in better demand at Hartford. Philadelphia notes improved demand for Wool with some contracts for Large blocks mid better prices for Tine clothing Wool. Iron is weak hardware unusually Dull. But leather and hides slightly improved. Groceries move better than usual for the season rut collections Are poor. At the West crop prospects stimulate everywhere. Chicago reports wheat receipts five times last years an increase of 30 to 50 per cent in dressed beef hides and butter but some decrease in cured meats and lard. Dry goods sales Are a trifle smaller at present and Trade in clothing and shoes seasonably Dull with collections improving Confidence in the future being general. At Milwaukee Trade is fairly Active at St. Paul improving and at Minneapolis Active for lumber and better for flour. Wheat does not yet move largely at St. Louis though Money is going into Illinois towns to some extent. Trade improves at Kansas City Money being in demand for packers and Grain dealers. At the South Little change is noted and Money is generally tight and Trade inactive. The great industries show no signs of recovery in Iron or Coal. The depression in Iron is serious though prices Are. On the whole but Little changed. Nevertheless some shading is seen and at new York reports of cutting in Southern Iron Are numerous. Rails Are stagnant shipments to july i being but 454,423 tons Little is doing in bar Iron and plates Are very quiet and the Market for structural Iron is disappointing. In Tho Wool Trade the larger sales at Eastern cities and the continued Large receipts at the West reflect the improvement which a better demand for dry goods naturally causes. Considerable improvement is seen in sales of fall and Winter woollens and some activity for the season in Spring goods. The business failures occurring throughout the country during the last seven Days As reported to r. G. Dun amp co. And e. Russell amp co., of the mercantile Agency number for Tho United states. 231, and for Canada 23, or a total of 254. As compared with a total of 274 last we Eek and 247 the week previous to the last. For the corresponding week of last year the figures were 190. Representing 172 failures in the United states and 27 in Canada. Forming wheat Trust. United Alliance making arrangements for Gigantic combination. St. Paul. Minn., july 23.�?St. Paul has been made Tho Headquarters of a National movement by the United Farmers alliances of the country to Corner the entire wheat crop of Tho United states. At no. 317 Wabash St. For several Days a Large Force of employees has been engaged in sending out circulars w Ith the View of having not Only the Alliance men of the United states but ail classes of Farmers keep Back the wheat crop until the bears have All been killed off and prices have been advanced to a High Point. In other words the Alliance press Bureau the Reform press Bureau and state press Bureau Are working together endeavouring to unite the Farmers of the United states in a Gigantic wheat Trust in which the producers shall be the stockholders and by which the speculators and wheat buyers will be squeezed to the Wall. At the head of the movement is George m. Muller editor of the state and a prominent Alliance Man. A circular reciting the benefits of combination and urging the formation of the Quot Trust has been made Public the circular estimates the wheat crop of 1891 in the United states at 500,000,000 bushels. The promoters of the Farmers w heat Trust believe that four fifths of this wheat can he held Back by Tho Farmers for from four to eight weeks by which time it is thought that prices will have gone sky Ward. Lists bearing the names of secretaries of every Alliance in the United states Are now in the hands of or. Muller and the circulars have been sent to the alliances of Tho we heat growing states of Illinois Kansas. Nebraska Iowa. California Oregon and to part of Tho remaining wheat growing states. Does not advise Corner. St. Pari Minn. July 24.�?president Ignatius Donnelly of the Minnesota state Farmers Alliance has just published an open letter to members in opposition to the scheme proposed for withholding Tho present w heat crop for the double purpose of obtaining higher prices and crushing tire wheat speculators coi Liine. Or. Donnelly bases his opposition to the combination of Farmers on the ground that if the Farmers held their wheat any length of time it would Only Lead to the Market being eventually glutted with it. Every Farmer would be attempting to sell it at the same time. Prices would quickly drop to ruinous figures and the last condition of the agriculturist would be worse than tile first. He argues that the movement is not in the right direction. To is strongly opposed to the speculators Combine but thinks it can be More effectually dealt with by jaw. There would be great danger attending the attempt of the Farmers to Corner wheat and in this state he declares the scheme is being worked by men merely for the popularity they can squeeze out of it. A abominable Mckinley a mexican tells Why we can to secure More mexican Trade. St. Hours to. July 23.�?a party of distinguished mexicans have been visiting St. Louis on a sight seeing tour. One of them Senor Emilio Velasco in conversation on mexican Trade relations said a just now there is an almost insurmountable obstacle to building up a successful Trade Between us. And that is the abominable Mckinley Bill. Quot it shuts out our Trade to such an extent that insipid of increasing your Revenue you get none at All at least from mexican products for scarcely any Are sent into this country especially minerals. Quot the mexican people believe in a Low Tariff As Low As it can possibly be made but they will have to put their tariffs up by Way of retaliation if your Tariff is not revised. Quot we think this will be done soon of necessity however As with a depleted Treasury which i have heard some of your papers claim and a Tariff which shuts imports nearly altogether and cuts off the source of Revenue Tho present state of things cannot Long he was asked what to thought of reciprocity. Quot a in and to Shook his head ominously. A such a thing would Only be to the advantage of one party. We would be Tho loser by it because we have not so Many articles to Export As you have. It is a shrewd scheme and May work Well for political purposes but politics and business Are two separate things entirely and business men Are not easily fooled on a business Ruers of Tho party talked in Tho same Strain. _ scourging the peach crop. Political sifting. The fatal a yellows ravaging the Maryland Orchards. Chestertown md., july 23.�?the fatal a yellow so have made their appearance to an alarming extent among the peach Orchards of Kent county and Are spreading very fast. In the Vicinity of Millington the crop will be Cut Short 100.000 baskets by the blight. The disease is confined principally to the varieties of peaches known As it Rose. Truths Mixon und Mccollister s late. Galena is being ravaged by the Scourge. Some Large Orchards have been almost swept out of existence by the disease and will be taken up this fall. Acres of Trees have been taken out and Many More will be uprooted and burned. Some Farmers have picked peaches today that ought not to be picked before the last of August. The crop in Kent county it is estimated will be Cut Short Over half by pre maturing. In still Pond neck Tho great peach Centre the Scourge is also doing havoc and Only a Small part of the Promise at the beginning of the season will be realized. From Duluth to Liverpool. The first cargo of Grain arrives in England without re handling. London july 21.�?the new american steel Steamer Charles w. Wetmore which sailed from Duluth Minn., during the latter part of june arrived at Liverpool today. The Wetmore is an Inland built Steamer and her cargo which consists of 95,000 bushels of Grain is the first Grain cargo shipped from a Lake port direct to Liverpool without being re handled. Her in out was Down the lakes from Duluth through the Welland canal and thence Down the St. Lawrence River and across the Atlantic. The Success of this voyage is evidence that the proposition to establish direct communication Between european and other a it Orts and the port of Chicago is entirely Grain from Manitoba. Instructions governing transportation through the r tales. Washington. July 25.�?the Treasury department is informed that Large quantities of Grain from the province of Manitoba Are shipped via Duluth Minn., under transit entries made for the purpose of facilitating the re entry of the Grain into Canadian territory it is said that at the time of shipment from Manitoba the destination of the Grain is unknown and can be determined Only on arrival at Duluth. The privilege is desired of re entering such Grain at Duluth for transportation and exportation via new York and Bostonia cases where Market is found for the Grain Iii Europe. It is also represented that unless this privilege is granted exportation must be made from Montreal thereby causing a serious and unnecessary injury to the business of american railroads. The difficulties complained of by Tho persons affected arise it is said from the construction placed on the communication sent by assistant Secretary Spaulding to the collector at Duluth May 20 last in regard to tile diversion in transit of Una praised merchandise. In a letter to Tho collector dated the 23d inst., assistant Secretary Spaulding says that after a full consideration of the subject the department is of the opinion that Canadian Grain arriving at Duluth in transit mar be re entered at that port for transportation and exportation via any port on the Atlantic Seaboard in the same manner As though imported at Duluth directly from Canada whenever it is the desire of the owners of the Grain or their authorized representatives that this be done. Tho instructions of May 20 have been modified accordingly. The United states leads. Chicago july 21.�?ex-congressman Richard Gunther Tho present Consul general of the United states to Mexico arrived yesterday on his Way to his Home at Oshkosh wis. Quot i have gathered some statistics a he said last night a that will make the mexicans open their eyes when they see them. A of w ent to Mexico with the impression that the United states was third or fourth on the list in the Way of Trade with our Southern neighbors. I found that the importations of Mexico from Tho United states Are nearly $5,000,000 More than those from ail the other countries of the world combined. A this is a fact As yet unpublished and known by few people. Can import contract labor. A stamping company of St. Louis recently wrote to the Treasury department in regard to the importation of skilled labor for their tin plate Mills and inquired of Thoy must go through any particular form to secure the importation of labourers for such work. In reply or. Owen. Superintendent of immigration wrote Quot skilled to plate workers May to imported into Tho United states at this time under contracts made abroad to follow that employment. When the present condition changes and the tin plate Industry becomes established or when there shall be found a sufficient number of skilled tin plate workers to carry on its manufacture with a reasonable degree of business facility then the importation of such workmen will be in violation of the contract labor Law. _ notes from Many Points. A report from Tho Northern part of new Hampshire says the Hay Cron All through that Section is the heaviest for years and of the first Quality. Barley and Oats Are looking Tine. The Fields Are not Large but the crops excellent. Potatoes never looked better at this season of the year. The Promise is now for a big crop of everything. A Tornado passed Over portions of Anne Arundel and Calvert counties. Md., last saturday wrecked Many houses and barns destroyed crops and uprooted Trees. A destructive hailstorm passed through Norman county Minn., tuesday Tho area covered by Tho hailstorm was a strip about two Miles wide and 30 Long. On the majority of the farms struck Tho crops Are totally destroyed and the Farmers have no Hopes of saving anything. Hail fell outside of the Belt mentioned but did Little damage. It is estimated that at least 2000 acres Are ruined. These Fields were Good for 20 bushels per acre. Ellendale. N. D., was visited monday night by one of the heaviest rain and electrical storms Oil record. The rainfall a As upward of two inches the most of it falling inside an hour. So far As moisture is concerned this rain insures a big clop for this season and As much As 30 bushels of wheat per acre is expected. Fears of a Scarcity of help to Harvest the crop is the Only thing which worries the Farmer. Reports from various Points in Central Iowa show that Large damage was Dono to the oat crop by a severe wind and rainstorm wednesday. A few Farmers have harvested a portion of their Oats but the loss can to said to be general almost total. If the storm was As severe All Over Central Iowa As it was in this Vicinity it will be a severe disaster to the Farmers and a serious loss to the general business of the state. The storm was very Short in duration not exceeding half an hour but Tho wind blew a Gale and the rain poured Down in sheets. Are you ready the weekly Globe is really with a new private circular which quote a rate which will enable you to form Largo club now. Send to weekly Globe for new circular and free Sample copies. The court required substantiate. Atlanta Constitution a Georgia editor who is also a Justice of the peace recently granted a quarrelling couple an absolute divorce. Quot or. Bailiff a he said Quot collect $3 costs out of the a i can to do said the Bailiff mournfully. Quot they Liaina to got a a then a said the editorial Justice a fetch the Ordinary before me and make him Issue a License and Iti marry the woman to the first Man that s got #8, this court can to live on air. Step up Lively gentleman in personal and political Points on Dudley and Clarkson. Senator quays resignation South should have the speaker. Manley says Blaine will run if he is wanted notes. Washington july 20.�?Tho meeting of the National Republican executive committee which is to to held next week is attracting a Good Deal of attention non the politicians first because it is unusual to have a meeting at this Early Date and also because of Tho resignation of senator Quay and his probable successor. That senator Quay contemplated resigning there can be Little doubt but it is believed bore that he will not resign at this time unless he can have a voice in Tho selection of the Man who is to succeed him. Or. Quay of course would like to see Gen. Clarkson at the head of the National committee but it is said that Tho president proposes to have something to say about the matter and to has another candidate in his minds Eye. The president of course can control the votes of several members and it May not be As easy sailing for or. Quay As he imagines. The president is very suspicious of Clarkson. The latter nos Corno out Fiat footed As a Blaine Boomer and what equally significant is Tho Way col. Dudley is talking. In his interview with a Globe reporter in Boston the other Day Dudley declared that Blaine had Tho Call and that Harrison was practically out of the race. There is perfect Accord Between Clarkson and Dudley Aud they will be found working in double harness in the next Campaign. Of course Dudley has no use for Harrison and nothing would please him better Thau to give Harrison two Lovely Black eyes in the next convention. It is shrewdly suspected that Tho Cark son Dudley Boom is merely a stalking horse and that underneath the cover of Blaines name they Are pushing thou scheme for the nomination of Gen. Alger. Whether this is so or not is a matter of Only minor importance so far As Harrison is concerned. The one fact which Tho president knows Only too Well and which is not disguised. Is that they Are opposed to him and will do everything in their Power to defeat him for the nomination. The committee will discuss Tho time and place for holding Tho convention. It is generally believed that the convention will be held at a much earlier Date Thau usual and that Chicago who again toe selected As the place. Ohio is making heavy demands on Tho committee for assistance in the shape of speakers and Money and the committee will determine How much of the sinews of War it can spare to try to help elect Mckinley. In a recent interview John m. Thirst Ono Nebraska the great Western Blaine Limonier n discussing the presidential ticket said that it would be Blaine and Clarkson. A a during Tho last three months a he said Quot i have been in three fourths of the Northern states with leading republicans and they All say a Blaine and a this interview has attracted a Good Deal of attention in Washington As it is taken in a measure to exp late Why Clarkson is so industriously booming Blaine. The Way Tho politicians reason is that if Blaine is elected his health is so precarious that any undue Strain or mental worry is liable to again prostrate him and cause him to permanently retire from Public affairs. Of course if this should happen vice president Clarkson would become president of the United states and As this is the Only Way Clarkson is Ever liable to to made president it is Worth his while going into the speculation although the chances Are somewhat slim. Clarkson is politically ambitious and would of course accept Tho nomination for Tho vice presidency oven if to had to remain until the end of his term in Tho subordinate position but with a fair possibility of reaching the White House. In this Way he would a Lump at tile Chance of going on the ticket As or. Blaines running mate. A Rumor reaches Washington by Way of Philadelphia that last week several Well known men of the Quaker City among them one of the subscribers to the gift cottage held a meeting and decided that it was for the interests of Tho Republican party that postmaster general Wanamaker should retire from the Cabinet and As senator Quay had announced his determination to resign from the chairmanship of Tho National committee they could see no better time than the present. Accordingly it was determined that a Small committee should be formed and Lay these views before Tho president at Cape May. It was deemed Only appropriate that the subscriber to the gift cottage should go along and accordingly lie went. The committee called on the president and stated the object of their visit. The presidents brow darkened just As soon As the spokesman mentioned or. Wanamaker a name and the frown increased when he went on to Point out Why they considered it would to for Tho Good of the party if or. Wanamaker was relieved of his portfolio. Or. Wanamaker a unfortunate connection with the Keystone Bank Ana Marsh its defaulting president were the chief reasons advanced. Of Tho Rumer is to be believed the president did not Tako Tho suggestion at All kindly. It is alleged that he told the committee very plainly that when he wanted their advice in a matter with which they had no concern lie would ask it but until he did they might just As Well mind their own business and he would Tako care of his. After an embarrassing silence Tho committee left. While the president was so forgetful of his Good manners that he neglected to invite Thorn to repeat their visit. A. Maurick Low. Hon. W. W. Dudley gives some interesting political Points to a reporter. Hon. W. W. Dudley of Indiana was in Boston last week and submitted to a Globe interviewer the following Points will senator Quay retire from the chairmanship of the National committee col. Dudley that i done to know. I see by the papers that there has been some talk of it. But As far As i know i am inclined to say that he will not retire very soon. The committee certainly does not want him to. Of course if he tenders his resignation and insists upon its acceptance i done to know but that the committee would accept. I eau say positively that the committee As a whole want him to remain in his present position. president Harrison be renominated col. Dudley not if or. Blaine will con sent to have his name used in that connection. In the event of Blaines refusing to be a candidate the question simply becomes a doubtful one. I can say for president Harrison that his administration has been a clean and honest one of Public affairs. If he failed in any respect that failure must be attributed to a want of political tact in dealing with the people. During the past 60 years but two presidents have been re elected namely Lincoln Ami Grant. Outside those two incumbents have been renominated at the expense of Unity in the party. Q. you believe that or. Quays leadership Hurt the republicans in Massachusetts and elsewhere in the election of 1890? col. Dudley with spirit a i do not. I believe him to to not Only honorable and upright but More worthy of the Confidence of every member of the Republican party be he we Here he May. Or. Quay As a Leador has few equals and no superiors. He possesses in a marked degree that Quality of drawing men to him so essential to a Leader. I think lie has been grossly maligned still not any More so Thau any other Leader who has battled successfully against the democratic party. Q. What Issue or issues can the republicans make their Best fight on in the coming election col. Dudley on Broad patriotic issues Tariff and reciprocity. I might add one other which is that the Republican party is Tho safest one into whose hands to entrust the government. Of Yon done to believe that the Republican party is the safest Why watch Tho doings of the next democratic Congress. Blaine news from the West. Manley says if the republicans want Elaine he will run. Duthoit midi., july 23.�?the Tribune publishes the following a capt. William a. Gavett of this City yesterday received an important letter from j. Ii. Manley of Augusta me., in response to a Lofter written by i. On the Isth inst. Quot the subjects of inquiry on Tho part of or. Gavett were the health of Secretary James g. Blaine and his attitude affecting the Earnest desire of tile multitude of ins admirers in Tho Republican party that he become its Standard bearer in 1892. A the replies Are especially significant when it is remembered that or. Manley has for years been a warm personal Friend and the political confidant and adviser of the distinguished Secretary of state. Quot in effect or. Manley asserts that or. Blaines health is almost fully regained and that ii will return to Washington in Tho fall with nil his vigor and strength of both min i and body. Quot to further states that or. Blaine cannot become a candidate for the Republican nomination but that in his opinion if the Republican party wants him Tor Standard bearer in 1892, All that it has to do is to nominate him and that he will South should have speaker. Blaine and Cleveland probably the opposing candidates. Washington july 23.�?congressman j. Logan Chiorian of Michigan is Iii Washington. Talking about Tho political situation to said a Tho next speaker of the House of representatives Iii my opinion will come from tile South. Quot that Section can have no representation on the presidential ticket and it would be bad politics to ignore it in All the High offices of the government. A was regards presidential possibilities Blaine and Cleveland have a larger personal following than any other men on this continent. In the democratic party Tho latter is certainly Tho most conspicuous figure. Quot he sounded the keynote of Tariff Reform and if that is Tho principal Issue in �?T92, he would be the natural Leader. Quot if he is not nominated i doubt ii any Eastern Man will be. Quot this would bar both Hill and Gorman. Quot Tho latter is a Strong Man and a Good one and May be seriously considered by the democracy for the first place on the ticket. Quot Michigan will beyond doubt give a majority of Lier electoral votes to the democratic candidate. It will also elect a democratic legislature in �?T92. Which will choose a successor to United states senator sex congressman Payson of Illinois who was one of the unfortunates who wont Down in last november a maelstrom Iii talking today about the political situation said Quot Mark the prediction which i make. Quot when the next democratic convention is called together it will to nothing More than a ratification meeting. Quot Cleveland will be nominated without Tho slightest struggle. A there will not to the least opposition to him. Quot All this talk which we hear of now about opposing ins nomination will amount to nothing when the convention or. Payson has recently returned from a Western trip. He says lie did not talk politics nor did he hear Auy politics discussed but he is very firmly of the opinion that if Blaine is Well and alive next year to can secure Tho nomination without any difficulty. Blaine or Payson says has a greater personal following in Illinois than either Grant or Logan had and the personal popularity of those two men in Illinois was something tremendous. Quays resignation. Tho letter announcing it to be sent shortly. Philadelphia july 25.�?Tho Philadelphia record prints the following senator m. S. Quays resignation of Tho chairmanship of the Republican National committee the announcement of which lie has confirmed himself is but the forerunner of his resignation from the United states Senate which will be presented upon the meeting of Congress in december. Senator Quay has informed his close political friends in this state of his unalterable determination to retire from the Senate Aud to spend the Winters of the balance of Bis Days in Florida. Other political friends could be quoted but it is enough to satisfy any doubts to quote magistrate Thomas w. South than whom no other Man in Pennsylvania politics has a closer relation to Quay. Or. South says Quot senator Quay will resign his seat in the United states Senate Iii december lie of course knows Tiitu this will result in the appointment of a Democrat to fill out his term which expires on March 4, 1893. Quot he has so informed me. He has told me the reason for this step he has told me that his health is such As to preclude his residence Iii Tho North during the Winter in safety. A last year lie had prepared a letter of resignation of his seat in Tho United states Senate which he desired to present then but personal friendships were appealed to. And Liis family and his wife appealed to him to withold it for the time and he yielded with Tho understanding that it would to presented this magistrate South is Woll enough known among Pennsylvania politicians to have such an authoritative statement of this received with absolute Confidence As to its reliability Aud As reflecting senator quays own determination. The same declaration which or. South vouches for has been made also to such outlier friends of or. Quay As congressman elect Robinson Hamilton Disston collector Cooper Aud others. Senator Robinson admitted that he had reason to know that or. South spoke by the Book. Senator Quay in resigning his seat in the Senate and the chairmanship of the National committee is not considered by his friends to intend to retire entirely from an interest in Pennsylvania politics. They understand that he will have a hand i the selection of the delegation from this state in the Republican National convention next year and they understand also matter whether or. Blaine is or is not a candidate for the presidential nomination so far As or. Quays influence goes with the Pennsylvania delegation it will be opposed to the renomination of president Harrison. Quays resignation of the chairmanship of Tho National committee and his contemplated resignation of the senator ship recalls the fact that Iii a very Long political life in which to has almost continuously held office with one exception lie has resigned every office to has Ever held. Is it a Hill Victory speaker Sheehane a control of Erie county a interview with Croker. New York july 24.�?the politicians of tiffs City who Are interested in gov. Hill w Ere overjoyed today we Hen they read that the Friend of speaker William f. Sheehan had gained control in Erie county. They look upon Sheehane a Victory As a Victory for the Auti Cleveland faction of the democracy of this state. Quot to Are going to Boom neither Cleveland nor Hill a said Richard Croker the Leader of the wigwam Quot and we will go to the National convention a pledged. You will see when the time comes that tammany Hall will not have its bands tied at the next presidential convention. A in matter who is nominated for president by our party tammany Hall will not sulk As it did in 1884. We will immediately endorse Tho nominee whether he will be Cleveland Hill or there Are a great Many people who believe Tomt tammany Hall is pledged to gov. Hill. Tammany is not dodged to any one arid As far As personal Choice is concerned the old Mac thine would favor the nomination of senator Gorman of Maryland As quickly As it would favor gov. Hills nomination. Lodge for chairman. At a meeting of the Republican state committee of Massachusetts on tuesday Henry Cabot Lodge was chosen chairman of the Republican state convention. Gen. Cogswell of Salem Ryas chosen chairman of committee on resolutions and Walter Clifford of new Bedford. Horace g. Allen of Boston and congressman j. H. Walker of Worcester As members of the committee. The Republican state convention will be held at the Tremont Temple sept. In at la a. In. Cleveland honoured. Massachusetts welcomes the sex president to Cape cod. Partisan is Fly Flap of truce and talk pleasantly of each other. Or. Cleveland s speech rouses the audience to enthusiasm. Sandwich july 25.�?hundreds of men honoured the distinguished statesman and citizen sex president Grover Cleveland today and right royally did Thoy do. Him Honor. The country people and tile summer residents turned out on Masse making the Day one of enthusiasm the like of which Lins rarely occurred hero. Gov. Russell and staff who arrived at 10.40 a. In., were welcomed by the sex president who accompanied ids excellency to the Casino under escort of till Salem Cadet band. For two hours or. Cleveland received inn tent throngs of people crowding in to Seo the a a chief magistrate of the nation. There was fully 1000 at the dinner. In Tho body of the Casino at tables sat 700 other gentlemen residents of Cape cod and visitors. Or. Thatcher in opening the postprandial exercises made a Brief address of Welcome and congratulation and then introduced sex president Cleveland who. As he Rose to address tile assemblage was greeted by Long continued applause and Chorine for four Long hours the 1000 people who had gathered beneath the Casino roof to enjoy the Retreat sat and imbibed the spirit of Tho occasion. The speeches were All Well delivered and intently listened to. Applause was not begrudge and every one of the speakers received a Liberal share. It was 5.25 when the last speaker brought Tho exercises to a close. Use for sex presidents. Or. Cleveland talks of them by neighbors and citizens. Sex president Cleveland a speech was As follows my. Chairman and ladies and gentlemen More than 1800 years ago a lawyer partly asked Hie divine teacher. Quot and who is my neighbor a the answer Given to this question is Quito familiar to us and is embodied Iii Tim parable of the Good Samaritan. I Basten to assure you that Tiff parable is Bere introduced for the lesson it teaches rather than for the purpose of suggesting that its incidents have any appropriateness to this occasion or its surroundings. I see no similarity Between my situation and that of the Man who Vert Down from Jerusalem to Jericho and fell among thieves. I suppose that w Hen you Greet me As your neighbor today you have in mind Tho fact that i have Rome among you to spend at least a Large part of each year and that i intend to maintain this sort of residence Bere As Long As the expense of farming and fishing enable me from a slender purse to meet your rate of taxation and Tho Cost of provisions. In the meantime i declare my intention to be a Good neighbor. No quarrels can arise Over my Lino fences for i have none. I keep no chickens and my cattle do not run at Large. I suppose i have pretty decided political opinions and i judge from the election returns of this county that they lire not such As have heretofore received Tho utmost sympathy and encouragement in this particular locality. Notwithstanding however my positive Kin i pledge that the Large majority of my new neighbors Are in a sad state of delusion politically i shall not quarrel Wilth them Oil this subject nor permit myself to become a Politico scold. I must be peaceful and neighbourly even if i see my neighbors go to political destruction before my Eves. Besides i think there Are Prudential reasons Why i should in present circumstances to politically motile. To be sure i have not like the Man who started for Jericho fallen among thieves but i know perfectly Well that i have politically fallen among those who Are too Many for to and that Only my own peacefulness or Many conversions to my Side in Barnstable county can secure my immunity from being stripped of my political raiment and wounded and left half dead. As was the Case with the Man from Jerusalem. While i do not want to tempt such a Fate i confess that my political convictions Are so fixed that i can hardly avoid dwelling upon them even Here. Home things we can certainly do safely and properly. Wro can to tolerant of one another. To can constantly test our political belief by the Light of patriotism Good citizenship and True americanism and we can be Brave enough and honest enough to follow where the Lead. We shall thus elevate our political efforts and find incentives to activity in a determination to Aid in m King our country As great As it ought to be. And in securing to ourselves and our fellow countrymen Tho happiness and Prosperity due to All of us under a free government by the people. Of our political Endeavor is thus directed we shall rid ourselves of the blindness and bigotry which accept unreasoning party association As a sufficient guide to political action and which count the spoils of partisan Success the sole object of political struggle. To though we May differ in pm Rev affiliation if we thoughtfully and sincerely believe and act we May still be Tho Best of neighbors bound together by an unselfish willingness to forego special advantages which can Only he gained at the expense of our Fellows and All engaged with Hearty cooperation in the achievement of our country a High destiny. I i Roxe my Horne hero so much that i actually look Forward to the time when i shall temporarily Leavo it with trepidation fearing that in my absence some envious mortal from a Distant. And benighted Quarter May in some Vanlier Rob my of it. The wonder is that tile entire american people do not flock hither and attempt to take Possession of All our Domain Iii True Oklahoma style. We pity the deluded men Aud women who know nothing of Barnstable county and who have doubts regarding the Fertility and productiveness of our soil. Cape cod never fails to respond to intelligent husbandry. Though we do not expect immunity from Tho depression in farming occupations which afflicts our agricultural Brethren in other localities with a heart full of gratitude for the cordiality and consideration which you have at All times extended to to i have with the utmost sincerity attempted to demonstrate my appreciation of All i enjoy among you arid to approve myself in your sight As worthy to be admitted to free Fellowship in tile Cape cod Community of More is needed to prove my Complete Devotion to the Guild let me remind you of the saying. A a Man is known by the company he if he is born and reared amidst certain conditions lie May from habit and association and without severe condemnation be Content with them Aud the companionship which Thoy impose though Sulci a companionship be undesirable but when after mature deliberation and in full View of the importance and significance of his Choice of neighbors he chooses an abode with Complete knowledge of those by whom heis to he surrounded the adage i have quoted should be applied to Hun with the utmost strictness i must remember that you have not Only kindly spoken of me As your neighbor but have also referred to me As an sex president. I have never failed to be profoundly sensible of the generosity and Confidence of my countrymen Iii making to the recipient of the greatest Honor that can be bestowed upon any Man but what i remember most vividly Iii connection with the great office of president Are its responsibilities and the labor and anxiety attending an attempt to do the work which the people had entrusted to me. Hie impress made upon the mind and heart of oho who stands daily face to face with the american people charged with the Protection of their rights and the advancement of their varied interests can never be eff aced and scarcely gives room for the gratification naturally supposed to attach to High and exalted place. I am led to mention in this connection As a Spur to official labor and As a sign of political health tile watchfulness of Tho people and their exaction from their chosen representative to whom Thev have confided their highest Trust. Of they Are exacting and critical sometimes almost to the Point of injustice this is better than popular heedlessness and in Dif Crenco concerning the conduct of Public servants. It Baa always seemed to me that beyond Rice Fite cents. News from Hayti Hippolytee a own version of his troubles. Only a Strong hand can save the Island from utter anarchy. Sex president Cleveland. The greatness of the office and the supremo importance of its duties and responsibilities the most impressive tiling connected with the presidency is tile fact that after its Honor has been relinquished and after its labor and responsibility Are past we simply see that a citizen whom the people had selected from their ranks to do their bidding for a time and to to their agent Iii the discharge of Public duty has Laid aside the Honor and the work of the highest office in Hie world and Lias returned again to Tho people to re smile at their Side the Ordinary duties which pertain to everyday Citi ens nip. Here he is or should be subject to the same rules of behaviour which apply to ids fellow countrymen and should be accorded the same fair Aud decent treatment unless lie has Iii some w a forfeited it. But it must he admitted that our people Are by no Means United in their ideas concerning the place which our sex presidents ought to occupy or the disposition which should be made of them. Of Courso the subject would Bri relieved of All uncertainty and embarrassment if every president would die of the end of his term. This does not seem. However to meet tile views of those who under such an arrangement. Would to called on to do the dying and so some of them Contin uate live and thus perpetuate the perplexity of those who Burden themselves with plans for their utilization or disposition. A very amusing class among those anxious souls make tis useful by laying upon our shoulders All sorts of political conspiracies. If they Are to be believed we Are constantly engaged in plotting for our own Benefit and advancement and Are quite willing for the Sako of reaching our ends Nuj Only to destroy the party to which we belong but to subvert popular Liberty and utterly uproot our free american iu8titutions. Others scorn of the opinion Liat we should be utilized As orators at county fairs and outlier occasions of All sorts and at All sorts of places. Some think we should interfere in every politics contest Aud should be constantly Iii readiness to express an opinion on every subject of a political character that anybody has Tho ingenuity to suggest. Others still regard it As simply dreadful for us to do these things and Are greatly disturbed every time an sex president veil Tures to express a opinion on any subject not a few appear to think we should Situ ply exist and be Blind deaf and dumb the remainder of our Days. In the midst of All this a vast majority of the Plain american people Are As usual sound and sensible. They arc Solf respecting enough and have dignity enough to appreciate the fact that their respect Aud Confidence As neighbors is something we Iii an sex president May Well covet and which. Like any other Luau he ought to earn. They will measure the regard and consideration due to him by his usefulness and wort i As a private citizen. They will not agree that the fact of his having been president gives Bun any License for bad behaviour nor that it burdens him with an unfavourable presumption. These Are sentiments which we on the Side of tile sex presidents will gladly adopt and these conditions we can Well afford to accept. In conclusion i desire to express the confident opinion based upon a Short experience Aud supplemented by the kindness which characterizes this occasion that no bettor place can to found Usa Retreat fore president than Barnstable county. They Are sure to receive Here All the Cape cod hospitality Aud Friendly treatment they deserve with a great Many outlier things throw ii in. From the Bottom of my heart i say to you that while i do not mean in tile least to detract from the Honor arising from the incumbency of High official place nor undervalue till designation of sex president Hie pleasure which Tiff occasion affords me chiefly consists in the cordiality with which you have greeted Moas your neighbor. Or. Cleveland a facetious remarks about his residence on Cane cod and his relations to tile people created much amusement. His remarks were frequently applauded and As he closed there was another outburst of applause. Gov. Russell was then introduced. Seeking for Relief they have turned also to outlier remedies among them one which is opposed by the conservative opinion of the country and the nearly unanimous sentiment of tile Leopie of this Commonwealth. Massachusetts believes in a sound currency. The will not lend her Ald to any movement whatever May be its source and however honest May be its purpose which in its result would debase our currency unsettle credit impair values and give to labor in depreciated Money less than its just dues. Her people sincerely believe that such a movement mistakes the remedy for a just grievance and will but add to the distress it seeks to relieve. The country with a Confidence in you of which any Man in private life might Well Imi proud listened for the expression of your opinion. It would have been easy to have remained silent or to have Given an answer meant to hide. Rather than to declare your views. That was the course pointed out by self interest and political ambition but had you followed it you would have been untrue to the people and untrue to yourself. The Patriot and Tho Man of conviction dares to Tell the people the truth and to take the consequences. We mingle with our Welcome today our admiration for the courage that led you fearlessly and emphatically to state your convictions and again to Lead Public opinion to a right Conception of an important Public question. Outlier speakers wore mayor Matthews dem of Boston speaker w e Barrett rep of the Massachusetts House of representatives or. William Everett ind of Quincy Gen. Corcoran , Hon. Josiah Quincy councillor k. J. Flynn Hon. Harvey n. Collison. Another out at Blaine. Dared to Tell the truth. Russell Speaks of Cleveland Bay state for sound currency. His excellency gov. Russell said the sturdy citizens of Cape cod laying aside for the time All distinctions of party moot today to extend a Hearty Welcome to our distinguished guest. I know that you Are glad to have Tho Commonwealth standing As she does above All differences of political opinion join with you in welcoming to her Borders the sex president of till United states whom you gladly Greet As a neighbor and a Friend. It is hard to express the full significance of our Welcome and tile sentiment of Lii great meeting without indulging in Eulogy distasteful to our guest and yet sir. Oil tiffs occasion when thousands have come hither to pay to you their tribute of respect and Honor it would be harder still not to give some expression to their thought Ana to utter the word of Praise which you have rightly earned by faithful Public service Ami by the integrity courage and patriotism with wino i you Nave discharged the duties of Biga official position. Having the full Confidence of the people and keeping Ever closely in touch with them und their interests you have been chosen to important positions of Public Trust and finally to tile place of highest Honor and greatest political Power within the gift of Man. It is not fitting Here in Tho presence of men who have honest differences of opinion on political questions for those of us who were in close sympathy with your administration to recall and Praise Tho Many measures which Iii Tho Peoples interest you promoted nor is it necessary for the country has not forgotten them. But sacrificing no political conviction to can ail meet today on the common ground of recognizing duty Well and bravely performed whether by political Friend or political opponent. But it is not Only the sex president but the Man. Whom we gladly Welcome amongst us. Out of office stripped of Power you still come close to the hearts of the people still hold their respect and t air Confidence. Still is your voice a powerful influence in moulding Aud guiding Public opinion on tile questions of the Day. It seems to me not inappropriate As an illustration of this influence to refer to a Public service you have recently rendered. The time Lias come when the agricultural interests in great sections of our country feel and justly complain of burdens which weigh heavily upon them. Many of us believe with you that these burdens Are chiefly due to unequal and unjust taxation and that the Hest reined is to follow the Clear path you have pointed out but in their distress. Harrison a attempt to solidify new England. Washington july 25.�?the Rumor originally printed in tar. Globe some months ago that Kex gov. P. C. Cheney of new Hampshire was Likely to be the successor of Secretary Proctor when the latter retired to Tako the place of senator Edmunds in the upper House is again revived Here. President Harrison and the sex governor Are old time friends and it is known that Tho president would be very glad to have him in the Cabinet. It is said that when the Cabinet was first formed the War department portfolio was offered to or. Cheney but at that time he did not feel at Liberty to accept it. And it was partly on Bis suggestion that Secretary Proctor was selected. There Are Good reasons for believing that the president does not want to disturb the present geographical Cabinet distribution and that provided the right Man can be found the successor to or. Proctor will Corno from now England. Thoro is also another reason Why the president is looking to new England at this juncture. To is very anxious to obtain All the votes to possibly can from that Section in the next convention and the indications now Are not very promising. Or. Gallinger who sue needed would be minister Blair in the Senate is an anti Harrison Man All the Way through and he makes no concealment of the fact that he will fight Tho president whenever he gets a fair Chanco and As Gallinger has a pretty Good grip on new Hampshire politics the president is not Likely to get the Granite state delegation if Gallinger knows what he is about and lie generally does. Cheney would be expected to offset the Gallinger influence and senator Chandler can to counted upon to oppose anything which Gallinger favors. Rho president regards Vermont As already solid for him owing to the influence of Secretary Proctor and judge Veazey while Grandfather Hoar and Field marshal Beard Are to wheel the Massachusetts cohorts into line. With new Hampshire Vermont and Massachusetts solid for Harrison in the convention. The other new England states Are expected to go for him and besides the moral effect of the new England vote it will Cut the ground from right under or. Blaines feet always a Clever move in the eyes of the president. The people s party. Appeal to All workers and to Vera of Liberty. Cincinnati 0., july 23.�?robert Schilling has furnished the associated press with a copy of the printed address by the National executive committee of the Peoples party to the citizens of the United states. Iii this statement Are such phrases As the following a the declaration of Independence from Tho Arr Ivance of British politicians must be supplemented by a declaration of Independence from Tho frightful Power of concentrated Quot to consider violence in settling disputes As unworthy of a civilized nation and for this reason we have organized a party of the people to overthrow Tho tyrants w to have robbed and Are continuing to Rob of that to which they hav amp no moral the document then goes on with a specification of evils in the matters of land labor and Money and in conclusion suggests the remedy. Tho concluding paragraph appeals in the name of Liberty for which the fathers of the Republic pledged their lives for the Aid Ca every honest Man Iii this struggle by joining the party of the people. American pork must wait. French Senate adjourns without removing prohibitory Law. Washington. July 22.�?acting Secretary Wharton of the department of 8tate has received the following cablegram dated yesterday from minister Whitelaw Reid in Paris a Bill fixing duty on Dork not reached in Senate before final itis understood at the department that the Bill referred to was attached to the new Tariff Bill which was passed by the lower House arid sent to the Senate for its action. The failure of the latter body to consider tile pork Section before adjournment was caused by the intervention of other measures and did not follow from antagonism to the pork Section which it is expected will be considered soon after the Assembly reconvenes next autumn. Hippolyte s administration of the Law justified. New York july 22.�?the world tomorrow will print an interview with president Hippolyte secured by its port a Pence correspondent. The despatch is dated july 14. The correspondent says Quot yesterday i called on president Hippo Lyte and minister of exterior affairs Lechaud at Tho Palace for the purpose of obtaining their views on several important questions of interest to the people of the United states. President clip polite said regarding the subject of mole St. Nicholas a previous to entering on this discussion i desire to say that the Haytian government entertains Tho highest respect and the strongest feeling of Friendship toward the United states. Quot but in the differences which have Arisen Between Hayti and the United states concerning mole St. Nicholas my country has not been to blame. Quot the United states bases its claim to the mole on the strength of an alleged Promise made during a revolutionary period Quot this government maintains that no Promise was Ever made to cede Haytian territory to the United states or to any other foreign Power for any purpose whatsoever. Quot the Constitution of i Lati most positively prohibits that. Quot such being the Case the Haytian government will most decidedly refuse permission to Tho United states or any other government to establish itself on a single foot of territory in this country. Quot the United states government has not met us in the spirit of fairness which we had expected. A instead of allowing negotiations in connection with mole St. Nicholas to be conducted through the regular and distinct diplomatic Channel it despatched a distinguished and Able Admiral of Tho Navy to port a Prince together with a number of powerful War vessels and by the manner in which the american naval representative represented his Side of the question one obtained the opinion that the United state government was sat acting in Aitch Good Faith As we had been led to expect. Quot the Haytian people formed the idea thai Tho purpose of the United states was to gain mole St. Nicholas and having gained it would seek to obtain More Haytian territory from time to Turno until our Independence became most seriously threatened. Quot certainly the presence of a number of american War vessels was not reassuring to this government Aud gave support to the views which we had formed respecting the intentions of our the president having concluded. Minister Leynaud presented his View on the subject. He said Quot the Haytian government and the people generally believe that Secretary of state Blaine is largely responsible for the Effort of the United states government to obtain Possession of mole St. Nicholas. Quot we look Uno him As an annexation St and firmly believe that if he come obtain the mole for his government it w Ould be but a Short time before he would begin making his plans to Annex Hayti to Tbs United states. Quot we do not regard or. Blaines attitude toward Hayti Aud its government As being thoroughly Friendly. Quot i regret to say that this government looks on him with suspicion. Quot certainly under president Cleveland a administration Tho United states govern Mont exhibited a More Friendly feeling toward this country than has been the Rase since or. Blaine came in control. The arrogant and dictatorial manner adopted by Admiral Gherardi dissolved All possible Chanco which might have Ever existed of the United states obtaining Possession of the mole for while this government never would and As president Hippo Lyte has truly said in fact never could have ceded mole St. Nicholas to any foreign Power yet it might have been possible that the Haytian government would have Given the american gown meat a lease of it for a certain number of years. Quot i do not Sav that tiffs would have been done but such might have been the Case. Quot however All possibility of such an arrangement now being consented to by this government has entirely disappeared. Quot neither can Tho United states government obtain Possession of Samana nay in san Domingo As has been suggested for Hayti and the Republic have a treaty which expressly forbids either government ceding any part of its territory to a foreign Power. Quot we believe that the rumours about the United states government intending to take mole St. Nicholas by Force Are Only the Idle tale of foolish and irresponsible persons. But if the necessity should unfortunately arise we shall of course feel obliged to defend our interests. There must be no violation of Haytian i asked 1�?Tresident Hippolyte to express his views on the affair of May 28, in which so Many lives were lost. He said a when a nation finds its existence threatened and its authority attacked ii is in duty bound to protect itself Aud to subdue its enemies. Quot that the United states government took this View of the question is proven by Tho late War Between the North and South and by its action at Ute time of the assassination of president Abraham Lincoln. Quot Tho life of the government and of it3 chief was threatened. Quot there was a Large band of conspirators prepared to assassinate the chief executive on his Way from Church. Quot these fiends lost to All sense of humanity intended not to Only murder him in am Bush but in shooting him would have killed dozens of innocent persons who would have been in the Vicinity for in per forming the deed they did not intend to Trust to one or two shots to accomplish the deed. Quot had Tho conspirators succeeded in shooting me a reign of Tenor would at once have followed. Quot the desperate class of people who exist in All communities and who join any movement which promises loot would have joined the conspirators and setting fire to the town in dozens of places would have murdered robbed and plundered generally Quot foreign residents As Well As natives would have suffered. Quot the seriousness of the situation demanded the most vigorous action and Only prompt and decisive measures stopped what promised to be a most bloody reign of terror. Quot the execution of those persons whose lives were forfeited in accordance Aith Tho rules of martial As it is always to lie regretted undoubtedly saved the lives of hundreds of innocent people who would have fallen in the fearful strife which would have followed had the conspirators succeeded in removing the president of the Republic. Quot every government is in duty bound to protect itself from the attack of enemies. Quot of it fails to do so it is false to the Trust imposed in it by the people whom it Chandler s War with Gallinger. United states senator Chandler of new Hampshire in a six column article in his Concord paper makes a bitter attack upon United states senator Gallinger in the course of which he Renews Tho charges made by him during the recent senatorial fight in the legislature that Gallinger had sold himself Aud undertook to sell the whole influence of his party organization to the Concord Railroad that with his Railroad Power Aud lobby Force Gallinger undertook to elect himself United states senator against himself Chand Lerand also. In his desperation formulated false charges of bribery against him. Or. Chandler pronounces or. Gailinger a charges of personal hostility to him prior to june is 1889, absolutely false. What the judge said. Detroit free it first Vagy How did you plead second Vagy not guilty of county. First Vagy and what did the judo say second Vagy ninety Days

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