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23 Jun 1891

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Boston Weekly Globe (Newspaper) - June 23, 1891, Boston, Massachusetts B Loire. It will pay you handsomely to renew. Your family needs the weekly Globe. _ vol. Xix no. 25, Boston tuesday Mohning june 23, 1801. Price five cents. Slowness the briton in taking up inventions americans. Henry George. Jr., discusses wages with an englishman. Glimpses Edwin Arnold Ohio View British land system. London june 6.�?�?~�?~you in the United states pay your Pressman double the wages that we in England pay ours. But you use better machinery than we do enabling your men to accomplish More than twice the work than our Mon so said . Wilson the manager Cassell so publishing House As he conducted me around that establishment a few Days ago. Cassells is the second largest publishing House in great Britain and . Wilson has been connected with it since it commenced business 40 to years ago. This Long experience together with his High standing with Tho men who choose him As their representative in cases arbitration and his Correct knowledge conditions prevailing in the United states gained from a recent trip inspection there make him a singularly accurate authority in All matters pertaining to the printing Trade. As he lad me Over the premises which for Light ventilation and order vie with our Best establishments we came to a press the bed which Lay wooden Quot blocks a waiting to receive the a electro Type plates. Quot those blocks Are american a said . Wilson. Quot they come from new York and save much time and labor. We Are Only just beginning to use them so that there is not yet enough demand to make it profitable for any one Here to make them. Therefore whoever wants to use them has to Send to new York for Quot in the United states a continued . Wilson a you found human labor so expensive that it paid you to invent machinery to save it and you have made machinery that is ingenious simple and wonderfully accurate. To this machinery you have added Quick methods. Those two tilings give you a great advantage Over us. For example i have seen blocks and plates Laid a press in new York City and printing begun in to minutes. To get ready for the same kind work hero we with our less accurate pressed and equipment requiring a under laying and a overlaying a and our slower methods would take us three doubtless wages in Book Presswork Are As . Wilson says twice As High As English wages but at the rate at which wages Are falling in the United states they cannot Long continue so to to. I find it is so in Many other branches production and in the simpler Means livelihood there is Little difference in wages in the two countries a bushmen for instance getting the ave Rah $2 for a Day Aboite the same hours As those our car Drivers and conductors. But admit Ting higher wages in Tho United states examination shows that As it is in he printing so it is in most the branches Industry where machinery eau he used american labor is relatively to the wages paid More productive and therefore. Cheaper than English labor. Besides using better machinery tile americans have Shorter methods. Iii talking with . Albert Spicer the wealthy London paper House tames Spicer so sons i Learned that in the mailing newspaper Here one set men put the pulp through Tho machine and another Sot take the paper off reels ready for the printing press. In making the same kind paper in the United states oho set men perform both operations. And so it is from watches to locomotives from agricultural implements to grinding Mills american invention and american methods Excel. Nor Are the English Quick to adopt inventions that others have made. In Tho press room one the great London dailies the Telegraph Are nine presses. It is True they Are cd tile american Hoe make but most them Are old Only one them is the cutting and pasting pattern for although this has for a number years been in use in the United states it is a new thing Here and Only the larger papers Are beginning to use it. As for typesetting machines which in the United states Are already at work they Are practically unknown Here. One the reasons which . Wilson Cassells gave for English printing and publishing houses not More quickly adapting american inventions was that the Trade unions which Are closer and stronger Here resist changes especially changes dispensing with labor. He said for instance that he had observed that in the United states where two men worked at a press the assistant was expected to help in every Way he could and frequently knew How to do and did do every kind work about the press whereas in England the assistant is nothing but a Quot machine by rigid Union regulation he is restricted to Tho rollers Ink oiling and other inferior work so that though he May be 40 years old and with Long experience he is yet a a machine boy a and is not permitted in and Way to Trench the work his Superior. Something similar to this May afford a part explanation the slowness the English to take up inventions. But it is Only a part the explanation. The most important reason must be found in the want in the people As a whole what Over Here would be called but even if americans were no More inventive than englishmen and american labor no More efficient than English labor the former have an enormous advantage in natural resources an advantage which is Here generally conceded. Ont yesterday one the most important the London dailies the chronicle discussing the question americans Chance for commercial supremacy gave expression to the common belief among practical business men Here in these words Quot at present America binds Lier Industrial system into too rigid protectionist shackles and so Long As she does England makes the Best show in Neutral markets. But we Are quite willing to admit for there is no use disputing palpable facts nature that americas extraordinary resources must ultimately give her the first place in the world International Commerce if these resources Are rightfully utilized. Quot up to the present there has been lass Wisdom in american financial and commercial Poult than might have Ween expected from so keen and practical a people. When they seriously address themselves to Tho problem extending their foreign Commerce it will be Hoove us to look out though there is no reason Why the expansion american Trade should not help Many branches our own industries. It is a delusion to suppose that the gain one country is necessarily the loss a curious and striking commentary the English land system was furnished me the other Day by . William Huntington Ohio one the five fish and game commissioners that state who is Over Here a Short visit. He told me that looking around he had found that As Good a gun could be bought in Cleveland for $20 As could be bought Here for �20 $100. But he said that when it came to High class guns the English excelled. Quot the explanation this is said he. Quot in the United states every Man who wants to can go shooting As there is plenty open country and the poorest Man who can get a gun can go and get game. And thousands and thousands do go. This makes a Large demand for guns and we have perfected machinery that turns them out in Large quantities and at Small Cost. As they Are Well made and meet All the requirements Ordinary service there is Only an occasional demand for a very Superior hand made gun. But in great Britain Here conditions Are very different. All the shooting places Are enclosed and Are the private property individuals clubs so that Only Rich men can afford to go shooting and it becomes to some extent a matter fashion. Rich fashionable men want expensive pieces so that practically All the demand there is in England is for the High class and rather fancy guns. Edwin Arnold the author the Light asian and a the Light the world a having returned from the far East is at work again the daily Telegraph. The Telegraph office is a handsome spacious building standing bus Torso Fleet at show kit amp Toom is the third floor. It has one window with a desk drawn close to it three four chairs a Book Case. And Over the floor a dark red Oil cloth is spread. I called him at a Little after noon just As he was about to commence his editorial work for the Day and found him a rather Short Well built Man no with smooth Gray hair carefully parted a Strong nose High forehead very full Over Tho Eves As seeming to indicate his habit deep thought a thin full Gray Beard Florid complexion and Blue Eves a mild Man with a mild voice such Asthore May have been in the far away land Tho Lotus eaters and with a modesty hearing As rare As becoming in one such world wide reputation. He shrank from being interviewed but in answer to a question if it were trim As reported that he intended to withdraw from european affairs and civilization and go to Asia to give himself up to Eastern thought he said Quot much is said a Man who comes into Public View much that there is no accounting for. Certainly i have no such he talked in very warm terms his Friend. George w. Childs and my speaking the wide Reading which his poems had had in the United states lie exclaimed Quot a yes i know. Your people have been very kind to Edwin Arnold to give him the title which really seems belittling to such a Man sir Edwin Arnold has two remarkably pronounced and conflicting sides to his character. With that intense Oriental mysticism which is the breath his poetry is wrapped in the qualities a careful practical business Man. It is the practical Sido which makes him the successful journalist. Thirty years ago he happened to learn the need a Bright sub editor the London daily Telegraph which was just then starting. To went to London applied for the position was accepted and. Serving in various capacities requiring close touch with Tho affairs the Day. He has since done a great part the work building up that paper to its enormous circulation close to 400,000 copies daily. But in the midst this Active editorial life the other Side a his nature was Busy also. On Tho Entrance Friend to whom he might a bosom himself he would Lay Down his pen and launch Forth into that mysticism which had such a fascination for him. Pacing Back and Forth through Tho room and discoursing for hours. Even in the Rush Busy Fleet St. He carried these thoughts with him. Quot my dear Friend a he has frequently bean known to say timing stopped Quot i am very glad to see you hut really you have taken me out the Himalaya mountains a a Man in English in ubic affairs different character but who has exerted Largo influence is commissioner Elijah Cadman. Commanding the social Wing the salvation army. It was with him that the idea a salvation War with the use military terms originated and it was out the grotesque beginnings made by him that Gen. Booth developed the splendid organization which is such a Power in England Aud in Many other countries today. Commissioner Cadman is a Man 45 to. Short thick set Quick movements a superabundance spirits and unbounded enthusiasm Over his work. He explained to me die remarkable circumstances Tho birth the army substantially As follows Quot Twenty six years ago. Gen. Booth then Rev. William Booth a Wesleyan methodist preacher started what was known As the Christian Mission for evangelical work among the poor in the East end London. In the course time lie gathered in at his meetings All manner reckless characters among them myself. I soon became a Leader in the Mission work and was at last. About 13 years ago sent to the town Whitby which is in the very rough Coal mining District Yorkshire. Just at tiffs time England was standing in arms expecting at any moment to jump into Tho Russo turkish War. Quot War War War was the Only thing talked about. People did not want to listen to anything else and being unknown there i did vol know How i was going to gather a congregation. Suddenly the thought occurred to me that i would attract attention and get the congregation if i issued a declaration War. Quot so i prepared one forthwith and had 2000 copies printed. I went around myself that night and put them up. Pasting them private doors shutters posts fences and other conspicuous places. Of Wasny to there excitement next morning Quot there Nave been auctions if the authorities had discovered who put those Bills up Little knots people gathered everywhere to read the Hills which said a War War in Whitby two thousand men and women wanted to join the hallelujah army a most the inhabitants did no to know what the word hallelujah meant did no to know it from russian. But the thing was everybody slips and that night our Hall was Jam packed. We had a red hot rousing meeting. The penitents fell town in heaps and my report showed 2fl Yards new names i stayed there la months and kept the place in a perpetual boil. We had immense meetings. Hardened characters would come and there before their companions would Rise and openly confess themselves sorry for their past lives and avow their purpose to Lead better ones. The talk was rough but it was terribly in Earnest. �?o8o great was the Success in Whitby that i assent to the big City Newcastle Tyne. There i further developed the War idea. I issued a proclamation and declared that i was coming in a War Chariot at the head an army that i would bring 12 mounted guns and that i would fire red hot shots through Tho streets. The Chariot was a four Wheeler and the mounted go is wore my officers horseback course. Many the town people who had not before heard us and did not understand the terms our spiritual warfare shut up their shops and the authorities made ready the soldiers and police. There must have been 10,000 people out to meet us. Quot at Coventry the War idea was More sex. Handed and we talked a blood and a carnage a a charges and a pardoning the that was the first place at which i announced that the Devil would be shot. I said he would be shot at Pool Meadow Quot at to clock sunday morning. That morning everybody was out. Quot As i came along i found a Man standing at the Fence with a Shotgun under his Arm. A Good morning Captain a said to. A is it True that you Are going to shoot the Devil at to clock if you Are i propose to have a shot at him myself a and so we developed More and More this War line. Sometimes it seemed like War in Good Earnest for i have stood in crowds blinded with Cayenne Pepper and with blood covering my face and even my life has been in danger. Quot but this plan operations was marvellously successful in getting out this people. At length Gen. Booth having adopted and improved this idea a Brief notice was inserted in the Mission Gazette stating that the name Christian Mission would he dropped and that salvation army be Henky George . Base Ball. New England league standing. Clubs. 9 0 1 i 33 0 1 be i a i i i i Lowell. I a i f 3 5 i i a Lewiston. O St is 0 a percent won. Portland. A 6 6 5 3 7 0 i 26 .684 Worcester. 4 a 3 6 3 7 2 i 26 .650 Manchester. 2 4 a 6 5 3 i 2 23 .605 Lowell. 2 2 3 a t 4 0 2 19 .600 Salem. 2 3 i a a 4 to 2 16 .432 Lynn. A i 3 0 4 a 3 i 13 .342 Woonsocket 0 0 0 0 i 0 a 0 0 too Lewiston., 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 a 0 a too came lion. I Iii 1141 is 119 21 251 81 til league standing. New York., Chicago. Boston. Cleveland. Brooklyn. Philadelphia. Pittsburg. Cincinnati. Tai Bissi 3 3 i la s 61 2 a 4 41 a 21 5 2 to 3i 2 21 i 21 5 3 3 6 i 4 61 2 3 4 4 4 is 3 2 6 6129 2 27 3 28 7 125 624 2123 3119 a i20 .6x7 .663 .660 .490 .480 .460 .413 .408 game lost. .118j2122 28126 26,27 29 i association standing. W . Lost. Played. Per cent. Won. Bouto. 20 66 .643 St. Lout. 23 .023 Baltimore. .32 23 64 .603 Cincinnati. 28 67 .609 Columbu. Is 60 .483 athletics. ----24 32 56 .429 Louisville. ____24 88 62 .387 Washington ____17 36 52 .827 not from experience thank you. Binghamton Leader speaking about ornithology did you know that larks Are bred from swallows pot to the West. Major Mckinley appeals to the voters Ohio. Asks endorsement his Bill and the administration. A Lively contest for governor s chair the Buckeye state. Columbus Juno most critical Campaign in the history Ohio ponies opened today when Tho Gavel foil one the largest and most enthusiastic Republican state conventions Tho Buckeye Commonwealth has Ever known. The grand opera House was fittingly decorated for this great assemblage. The National colors were conspicuous everywhere about the stage and a Large picture Mckinley w As suspended in an oxidized Silver Frame Over Tho stage just above Tho chairman a place. At 2.45, l. In. King chairman the state Central committee called the convention to order. In Tho course a Hriso address he congratulated the convention the Success the administration the Quot level headed president the United states applause the fact that in the Campaign just opening the Republican party Iii Ohio will have the support the illustrious John Sherman cheer Sand die undaunted orator Ohio Joseph b. Foraker the mention Foraker a name provoked Tho most enthusiastic scene Tho Day paying a closing tribute to William Mckinley which was loudly applauded chairman King introduced As the temporary presiding officer the convention col. Bod Nevin Dayton who made a lengthy address. Atter the appointment committees the convention adjourned till 9 a. In. Tomorrow. Mckinley for governor. Nomination handed him by sex gov. Foraker. Columbus o., june 18.�?william Mckinley was nominated Tor governor by acclamation by the Republican convention yesterday sex gov. Foraker presenting his name. Or. Mckinley Madea Longs Poech saying . Chairman and gentlemen the accept the nomination you have tendered to sensible both the Honor and responsibility it implies. It is a summons my party to duty which i dare not disregard and to which i yield cheer Ful obedience. Coming As it does freely and heartily and without division it is a manifestation your Confidence which i shall always prize and which i Snail Endeavor to preserve. With your Hearty Good will and generous Assurance i take the Post you have assigned me relying upon you and the constituency behind you for that support and co operation which will Crown with Victory the work today. The election this year is unusual importance not Only because it determines the political character Tho administration the state for the coming two years but because it involves the Choice a legislature whose duty it will he to elect a United states senator who will fill that office for six years from March 4, 1893, and whose further duty it will be to District the state for representatives in Congress under the new census and wipe from the statute books the crime against Keim Blimp suffrage perpetrated by the present democratic legislature. The contest to which we invite our political opponents by this Early convention is one principle and administration ideas and policies and the issues we tender must be fully presented and fairly tried Bosforo the tribunal the people. We must meet Thorn frankly and discuss them thoroughly. I need not remind you that the most efficient organization will be required and that personal activity will be needed All along Tho line from now until the people s verdict shall to finally registered in november. There must be to Over Confidence indifference Earnest and intelligent work individual and United is Tho demand the hour and the requirement duty. Conscious party integrity firm in the conviction that the party is right that its principles Are Best adapted to the wants and welfare the american people we invite the fullest discussion Ana in the end the intelligent Ana Weil considered judgment the electors the state. We avoid no Issue. We shirk no responsibility we run away from no party doctrine we apologize for no Public measure our making and Are ready to defend our acts against assault from any Quarter. We do not invoke our past record As our Only warrant for the Confidence Tho people although we turn to it with Pride and satisfaction there is not a Page it we would obliterate if we could nor is there a Lino which any Lover Freedom Mankind would strike irom its glorious pages. Can this be assert edly any other political party there has been no Lack courage patriotism and Devotion to the Peoples interest by the party in the past beginning with the leadership Lincoln and Chase. Seward and Wade to that Grant and Garfield Hayes and Blaine and Harrison and there will be none in the future. The party has met every emergency has responded to every Call country has performed with Fidelity every duty with which it has been charged and has successfully resisted every enemy the government and the people whether that enemy was seeking the nation s overthrow in open War the violation its plighted Faith the destruction its industries. Whether against slavery repudiation. Fiat Money free Trade the Republican party has stood firm and immovable for right and country for Freedom and free Homes for the Public credit a sound currency and for the maintenance our Industrial Independence and the dignity and Elevation american labor. Its position All these questions has never been doubtful deviating and in regard to those which Are applicable to the present situation it will take no backward step. If the party in any these great struggles has lost Here and there from its ranks it has More than supplied such loss from the other party its Strong arid conservative men whose love country arid concern for its financial soundness and Industrial welfare have lifted them above and beyond party obligations. Tile Republican party possesses today the most Brilliant past in the politics civilization. Its achievements have no parallel its record is without a rival. It has lost none its old time courage and decision and will Abate none its Force and Fidelity in the struggle which is now upon us. Happily we present a party in Ohio without a division in its ranks without a break in its lines. The platform which you have adopted meets my approval. It announces with clearness and courage Tho great Cardinal doctrines the Republican party while it proclaims the Well considered convictions Ohio republicans touching the newer questions which now confront us. It does not narrow Quot but widens the Field contentions. It tenders issues both state and National and covers All the differences in both principle and administration Between the Republican and democratic parties. The Republican party Ohio approves the administration president Harrison and extend to it Hearty congratulation. It has been clean conservative Able and patriotic. It has been Wise in its Domestic policy and thoroughly american in its foreign. It has won the Confidence the people at Home it commands Universal respect abroad. The party is in favor a ref plated immigration which shall be just reasonable and humane. Our shores should be made impossible to the vicious the criminals and Public dependents other lands but not inhospitable to the honest virtuous and those who Are Well disposed to our institutions seeking new and Happy Homes ready to share the burdens As Well As the blessings our society. The Republican party demands and will require a strict enforcement existing Law and such additional safeguards As will protect our citizenship and our labor. It is for Liberal pensions to our soldiers and sailors which the legislation the last and previous congresses faithfully attest. Although Defeated Tempora Lity it has not abandoned the cause honest elections. The cause survives the crime against popular government con unites and it will not be condoned. Hie Republican party will not relax its vigilance until citizen suffrage shall be recognized and a fret ballot mid honest elections the Active principle our govern Merit shall tie secured in every part Tho Republic. It can never consent to an irredeemable currency whether issued by Ritzio National authority. It will maintain the Public Faith and the Public lie nor and its lace will be set against a debased Coin Aud depreciated currency now As heretofore. It will not forget Tho admonition Washington who said Quot cherish Tho Public credit As a most important source our strength and Security. It is in favor cold and Silver and paper Money based upon com All equal and at All times interchangeable equal in fact and equal in law7. It is in favor a circulating medium Large enough to do the vast business the country but insists that that circulating medium w Hether Silver paper Gold shall be sound and stable secure from discount depreciation fluctuation not Only Good among ourselves but wherever Trade extends. This has been and is now Tho Republican policy. Experience at Home Aud throughout the world has demonstrated that a fluctuating irredeemable currency Falls most injuriously upon the labor and the agriculture the country. They give the Hest they have their labor and the products their labor a and receive in payment the worst forms Money which passes current. The banker and broker Tho Grain dealer and the Wool buyer like the rest Mankind. Always pay out Tho poorest Money which will circulate and retain Tho Hest. If there is Money differing values the Best is practically taken out the channels Trade and from commercial uses and hoarded by those who can have accumulations and the circulating medium is thus contracted and the country deprived Ltd its Best Money. This results inevitably in one Standard and that the poorest. Do we want that the Republican ratty does not discredit Silver. Its recent legislation secures for Money uses the entire product our Silver mines and gives to the people Tho use Gold and Silver and Naper with which to do the business the country All Good All sound All interchangeable All equal in purchasing and debt paying Power. The Farmer when to Sells his wheat is required to give a full Bushel in measure to should receive and the buyer should i e required to give him a full Dollar in value. This cannot to done if we have different kinds Legal tender Money unequal value. We do not want Short weight Short measure to apply to what we buy nor do those who sell want nor should they to required to receive by Tho Fiat the government a Short Dollar in payment for what they sell. It e All buy and All sell something labor land skill products a merchandise and have an equal and reciprocal interest that Money shall have fixed and standards full value. There can be no legerdemain in legislation we text w ill secure to us Money which does not belong to us which cart provide the Means to pay our debts. Tho government was not ordained for any such purpose. It can Only give to the citizen the widest Opportunity for Reward for his labor Energy and investment. It cannot Supply his losses nor can it loan its taxes to him. It can Coin Money and regulate the value thereof. It can borrow Quot Money when its receipts fail to provide Ute necessary Revenue to Contin it the government. But it cannot create Money without creating a debt chargeable upon the people. It cannot become Tho depositor Tho product the people and Advance Money Heron and it had the Power it would be unwise and suicidal to do it. And no Man who will seriously reflect will be any other opinion. We Are confronted by a real danger which prudent men All parties should seek to Avert before it is too late. We have reached the Point where the ways part the one straight and honorable the other crooked and Bent within the one leading away from the Well settled policy the fathers which Cun end Only in a revolution Valtes. The ruin National and individual credit and financial derangement Cie be Rill the other leading the shining path Public safety and financial Honor. There is hut one path for republicans to pursue Only one. It is that which they have a1 w ays pursued pursued in the face threat and danger denunciation and clamor to the Honor the country and the Good the people. The Public credit and sound finances must he preserved and every scheme to destroy them must he met with courage and repelled by Tho mighty Force Public opinion. Better risk defeat than capitulate to Tho demagogue surrender to dishonesty. The misguided citizen never forgives the misguided party. The Man who is misled honestly pursuing the wrong even though it is for his temporary advantage does not excuse his party if getting what lie wants it turns out to be what he ought not to have had. A he respects his party for doing right even As against his judgement but lie has no further use for it if following his judgment harm and injury Corno to state and country business. The Republican party never won a Battle by trucking it never lost one when it was honest and courageous. Tho honest conservative and Well meaning have the Eurge att Fiu Tallons when they Muster under the flags. The platform endorses a protective Tariff which has been the policy the government recognized in its fiscal legislation for More than half its life and which has brought to the nation great streams Revenue to meet every National demand and to the people Tho highest Prosperity and Tho widest diversity employment. It has for its support the Wisdom and Tho experience the men who founded the Republic and its More than half a Century trial confirms their sagacity. We Welcome Tho closest analysis Tho subjects which the new Tariff Law singled out for taxation and the duties imposed thereon and we ask Quot a candid construction our legislation at the hands the people. H e have put the duties noon the foreign products which come into the United states in Competition with Tho products our own land labor. Is not that right what better Means Are Thero raising needed revenues Are these not proper objects taxation we have protected american products and american labor. Immediately after the close Alai. Mckinley a speech there were loud calf for senator Sherman who wrent upon the platform amid enthusiastic cheering und spoke As follows John sherman1 speech. My fellow republicans alien i was invited with others to address this convention i Felt that Tho Hest speech that could be made was the convention itself. You Are Here to speak the voice Ohio in the Choice the chief officers the state and to announce the Creed a great party. Such bodies As this Are the convenient agencies a free people to work out the line March and to select their leaders. When i look upon this great body representative republicans animated by a common purpose and inspired by a common Faith in the party to which we belong my mind instinctively reverts to the first to publican convention Ohio held in this City 36 years ago. Since that Day the Republican party has abolished slavery not Only in the United states but by its reflected influence in nearly All the countries Tho world. It has conducted a War Gigantic proportions with marked Success demonstrating in the strongest Way the ability a free people to maintain and preserve its government against All enemies at Home Anil abroad it has established the True theory National authority Over every citizen the Republic without regard to state lines and has forever put at rest the pretence the right secession by a state any portion our people. It has from the necessities the time and the warnings and the follies the past marked out a financial system which secures us a currency Safe beyond All possibility loss a coinage Silver and Gold receive a at Par in every commercial Mart the world a Public credit equal if not Superior to that the oldest richest and most powerful nation. It has. By a policy fostering and1 protecting our Home industries so developed our production that every article necessity. Luxury Art refinement can be made by american labor and the food and fruits a temperate climate and cot Wool and All the textile fibres can be raised the american farm. Under Republican policy sometimes embarrassed but never changed our country has become free without a slave Strong with out sanding armies great navies Rich with wealth better distributed labor better paid and Equality rights better secured than in am country in the world. We Cun therefore honestly claim that our party Lins been a faithful servant the people and fairly entitled to their Confidence and support. But we do not rest our claims Uron these facts alone. We do not need to Muster Tho Greet names that have marched at the head our columns to invite your approval. We invite Tho strictest scrutiny into the conduct the present. Republican administration Benjamin Harrison. To was not As we known to the people at Large at the Timo his election As Manv former presidents for the politics Indiana do not give a Republican that state a fair Chance to demonstrate his capacity and ability but my intimate acquaintance and companionship with him. Sitting Sido by Side for six years in the Senate chamber impressed me with the High intellectual Aud moral traits which lie has exhibited in his Groat office. The recent Republican Congress in connection with president Harrison has dealt with All leading Domestic questions Tho time and with the most important questions with foreign nations. Every one these have either been settled Are in Tho Way settlement. Tho administration . Cleveland Settle nothing but. The Sublime egotism . Cleveland his opposition to the protective policy his want sympathy for the Union soldiers and his narrow notions finance and Tho Public credit. He devised nothing and accomplished nothing. Or Sherman then pointed with Pride to the records made by the last Congress to the passage and signing the new Tariff Law and the Quot decision and courage speaker Thomas in recoil that the majority should me. Dwelt upon the blessings to be derived from the Mckinley act and ended up with a Eulogy map Mckinley. Andrew i Harris Preble county was nominated Tho first ballot for lieutenant governor e. A. Poe the present auditor was renominated by acclamation As was Marshall j. Williams Cavett county for judge the supreme court. J. K Richards a nominated Tho first ballot for attorney general. W. T. Ope was nominated for state treasurer and Charles e. Grace for member Tho Board Public works monster Zollverein. Uncle same a policy to be largely copied a great european customs league is an accomplished fact. Of copyright 1891, by the new York associated pres j Berun june 20. The formation a great Central european customs league is an accomplished fact acknowledged by the official Circle. The e v change communications Between Germany Austria Hungary Italy and Switzerland has resulted in the bases an agreement which became known hero to Day. Interest in the realization the most formidable Ever conceived will overtop that in every other Public matter when Tho scheme is generally published. In the meantime Tho official Circle alone knows that Tho negotiations have attained a definite successful stage. The terms upon which commercial Union was agreed Are meant to be held secret until Atter the plenipotentiaries prepare the draft Tho treaty. A conference for this purpose has been arranged to meet at Berne july 20. The league is to be an intimate commercial Alliance in which none the contract ing pop ors will to privileged to forma Trade treaty with any other outside the Union unless it first obtains the assent the other parties to Tho Alliance. It is understood Here that the government has obtained the consent the Federal states Germany to a denunciation the treaty Frankfort and to accenting whatever grave consequences May arise from the hostility France to such a course. The existence the league will naturally affect the trading relations Tho four contracting Powers with Franco England the United states and every Quarter the Globe. How far their Independent action will be controlled depends upon the nature the decision the Berne conference. Race across the Ocean begun. Capt. Lawler expects to reach land end in 45 Days. Quot will they Ever got there a was the question asked by hundreds people sunday As they stood the great it Ocean pier at Crescent Beach near Boston watching the preparations capt. Lawler and opt. Andrews for their great trans Atlantic race in their frail Cedar crafts. Both men have crossed the Ocean in Little boats before and therefore cannot be said to to novices in the business. They have been months preparing for the journey. Both boats have been built expressly for this voyage and both men Are determined. They worked incessantly throughout the Day getting in their stores boing watched with no Little curiosity by thousands people who visited Tho pier and As the time Drew near for the Start both crafts were lowered into the water Aud anchored until the word should to Given to commence their journey. A few minutes after 6 clock John a. Lyons ordered the men to their respective boats and it took Thorn but a few minute to haul up the anchors and hoist sail. Or. Lyons gave the word and amid the cheers Tho spectators and the playing Quot Auld syne by the band the two tiny crafts Drew Clear the pier the starboard tack heading for Lynn Harbor. Previous to going Hoard both navigators were seen by the Globe reporter. Apt. Andrews said that to thought lie would land in England inside 60 Days. He said to should Tako a More southerly course than that the Atlantic steamers and thereby get the Benefit the Gulf Stream. He had provisions Board for four months and Over 30 Gallons water. Apt. Lawler wore a very determined look just previous to starting and said he had no fear the result and All being Well expected to reach lands end in 45 Days. Apt. Lawler said he should spend his Leisure time in waiting a full account his journey for the Globe which he would Forward at every Opportunity. In answer to the question As to whether he should hug the coast for the next week in Aid Quot no. Then you next hear from me it will be far out to Tim prize for which these Menaro jeopardizing their lives is a valuable Silver cup and a purse $5000, . John a. Lyons their manager will Start for England in about a month. How she got Tho Bank note Rashod. London the following is a Good Story Irish humor. The wife an Irish peasant Farmer had driven some pigs into town to dispose and having negotiated the Salo she received in payment Bank notes issued by a Well know n Dublin Bank but the name Tho banker not being familiar to her doubts arose in her mind As to their stability so she decided to get them cashed at the Bank in the town where she then was. Arriving at the Bank in question she presented them across the counter requesting the cashier to give her Gold in Exchange. That gentleman expressed his regret at not being Able to accommodate Lier saying it was not their custom to Cash notes issued by other Banks. The old lady was much put out and explained silo had various purchases to make in the town before returning Home and was unable to get the notes changed elsewhere. Tile cashier still politely declined. However she would not give in first she tried to coax him then stormed at him but without the wished for result. Suddenly a Bright idea struck her. Would the cashier be so kind As to give her notes his n Bauk in Exchange they might be More acceptable to the tradesmen seeing no other Way getting rid ins tiresome visitor to reluctantly consented. The old lady seemingly quite Content turned to go. All at once she stopped Short and turning round so As to face the cashier read from the note in Hor hand Quot i Promise to pay Etc. Then looking Lier victim full in the face said in Broad Irish which i cannot pretend to imitate a you Promise to Cash this note when demanded do you a a a yes a replied the cashier. Quot then will you kindly give me Gold for these notes now a completely Defeated the unhappy Man had to give in. And the old lady triumphantly left the Bank delighted at the Success her would if she was willing. Lowell citizen husband do you suppose that you could dress $40 a year. W lies i could but i Oano to. An Indian Princess. His people Are her people their gods the same. The child poet the Berkshire is Hon Mohyi Esau a Bride. Her pilgrimage to Pine Ridge leads to the ascension altar new York june i High noon today in Tho Church Tho ascension. 5th a. And 10tli St., was celebrated Tho much talked wedding miss Elaine Goodale Tho child poet Tho Berkshire Hills anti . Charles a. Eastman government medical inspector at Pine Ridge Agency. Dakota. The great edifice would have been packed by an eager an expectant audience had it . Charles a. Eastman. Not been for the provision issuing cards admission to the Church which was therefor Jonly about three quarters filled. The decorations were simple but Beautiful. Several Graceful Palms stood each Side Lafarge a great picture the ascension and roses Ami Wiltos in pots were ranged along the Chancel rail while the altar was ranked w Ith Tho same towers. At 12 clock Mendelssohn a wedding March sounded from the Organ loft and the bridal party entered the Church. The four Ushers Canto first. They were All friends and College mates . Eastman. They were . Weddington Dayton. Or. George Hiram Fitch Eek . J. V. Vansau Tooru Audler Edward l. Williamson. The two iride Sinaidi Sisters the Bride followed. Miss Dora Reed Goodale wore a dress Pale yellow silk and Chiffon and carried a bouquet Marechal Nail roses. Miss Rose Sterling Goodale was dressed in a Rose Pink gown silk and Chiffon and held a bouquet White roses. At Tho Chancel Steps the Bride was met by the Groom accompanied by his Hest Man Crane Fox Boro mass., who was his classmate at Dartmouth. The Beautiful ceremony the episcopal Church was listened to with the deepest attention by the Largo audience Elaine Goodale. Both Bride and Groom being distinctly heard in the responses. The bridal March from Quot Lohengrin was played As the party left the Church. After the ceremony a reception was held at the Home the brides father . Heury Goodale 400 West 57th St. The House was beautifully decorated with wild Dowers from Quot sky farm a Tobold Berkshire Home the go Dales. Tho presents which were numerous and costly were not displayed. The Bride is medium height with Gray eyes and Chestnut hair a Graceful figure Aud a Sweet poetic face. Eight years ago she Bogan Hor work behalf the indians becoming a teacher in the Hampton Institute and later government inspector Indian schools stationed at Pine Ridge. Here site first Blet . Kastman who is a Sioux Indian whose paternal Grandfather was a White Man. His grandmother ail Indian was Well known among the indians As Tho Demi goddess account her remarkable Grace and Beauty. Or. Eastman is a splendid specimen manhood. He has the Hiiro Cheek Bones and straight Black hair which characterize his race but notwithstanding this fact is a handsome Man. He is a graduate Beloit College Wisconsin and also Dartmouth at which latter College he was graduated with honors. He was class orator and Captain the foot Ball team and won first medals for skill in fencing and As an All round athlete. They will make their future Homo at Pine Ridge Agency. Mrs. Eastman having resigned her position As supervisor Indian schools. Strange Fate a Frog. Scranton penn., june 22,. Silas Newhart head clerk in . John h. Phelps drugstore at Wyoming a. And Spruce St., was told the other night that the aquarium in a window Tho drug store was running Over and flooding the place. Or. Newhart dressed sped along Tho five blocks like a sprinter and found the water the floor the store ankle deep. Ater was spilling Over Tho top the Glass Trout tank and Tho top a perpendicular waste pipe in one end Tho aquarium a Green headed Frog which . Phelps had placed in the tank a few Davs before was kicking with All his might to get Loose. His belly had got sucked into the pipe the flow waste water through the pipe had been completely shut off by it and tie suction was so great that the Frog Hadnot strength enough to get away. A tame Adirondack Deer. Ferest and Stream a Peculiar experience was enjoyed by r. Ii. Handley from Long Island a fellow Boarder with us at la months. Handley who is a sportsman no mean calibre was watching one Day Albany Lake for Deer. A he had been very successful in getting Deer previous seasons so this year had his guide Row up to the swimming animal but Only if he proved to be a Buck with an especially Fine pair Antlers would he kill him. Otherwise he allowed the animal to swim gracefully to Tho Shore unharmed. Tho dog with the loudest Bay All drove in a Small 2-year-old Buck but not being what Handley desired he merely rowed up beside Bim. To Bis astonishment the Deer when patted Tho head showed no timidity at All but rather Drew closer to the boat and encouraged the petting pulling the boat positively away from the pretty fellow he followed. On reaching the Shore he walked leisurely out the water stood for a moment at the Edge the Forest returned for More netting then quietly went without any sern Bance fear into the Woods. He was assuredly a wild Deer and the Only Way to account for his singular con id ath to Imp Al Vinh duct is that the deep voiced hound remained lil Ilijin to Hui he i Hiu. On the opposite Shore baying furiously All this time perhaps therefore the Deer. Fatigued by a Long Chase was alarmed and so sought safety with Handley who harmed hint not. None Tho guides could remember Ever having Beard Mon an Odd exhibition Confidence the part a doer before but Tho narration nevertheless is positively True. Will defeat Mckinley. Threats the knights labor unless their demands Are met by Bureau engraving and printing. Washington june 22.�?capt. Meredith Chicago the superintendent Tho Bureau engraving and printing is still having a hot controversy with knights labor Over the control Tho Bureau. It seems to be a question As to whether the Bureau is to to managed by Tho government by the labor organization. The labor leaders have become Quito open in threats political vengeance if their demands Are not satisfied. One these leaders is quoted assaying Quot we have 35,000 Coal minors belonging to the knights in Ohio and in lots Secretary Foster makes Meredith surrender and reinstates the men who Avo Benn discharged. Or who have left those 35,000 miners will Stampede against Mckinley and defeat the Republican ticket in Ohio. Struggle with a Boa. Snake dealer waa nearly choked by a big one. New York june 22.�?a Boa Constrictor got Loose in Hoiles animal store in Williamsburg saturday. It scared Hoiles Little daughter into a fault. As Hoile grasped it with both hands about its neck it began to twine its folds about his right Arm nearly crushing that member. With its Tail As with a whip it lashed his Back and finally elongating itself As . Hoile Hung to its neck with a desperate grasp it managed to get the rest its body and Tail around the Man s neck. Asho was choking and was falling to the ground Tho Snake s head struck Tho Edge a counter partially stunning the reptile so that weak As . Hoilo had become As its foils relaxed he managed to push it into the Box Aud Tell exhausted Over the Box thus confining the reptile. In a second two Hollo recovered and put the perforated Box lid securing it with the thumbscrews. He turned then to look if lits child had Lieen injured and found her lying seemingly dead upon the store floor. The child was carried in Stair where she Only regained consciousness yesterday morning after having several severe convulsions. Last evening she seemed to be entirely recovered Ana her account her sensations was a vivid one. Heretofore site has been As fearless a her father in handling reptiles. Not lost. She hesitated before she took the car but she got at last. Willis it. Hawkins in Detroit free pre she was a Nice old lady with an evenly balanced mind. One part Hor mind thought she would and one part thought she and so it we evenly balanced. She stood Tho first crossing and fluttered her hand and cried Stop Stop a As Tho car went by. The inter had his orders arum would not Stop at Tho first crossing. She did no to know whether to swear to cry. She wished Alto could do both. When the car stopped at Trio other crossing to looked longingly at it. Then a Hope illumined her breast and Ono part Hor mind thought site could catch that car so she started for it but the other part tier mind thought site catch it so she stopped. Quot Como a yelled Tho conductor. She started again but the Driver looked As if he wore going to Start so Aho stopped again. Come ahead,1 you re a mind. Then she came. It was an open car with Only two Nassen Gers plenty room every seat. First she headed for one Side the car then for the other then her evenly balanced mind Sot stuck Tho Centro and she stopped cad still. A All aboard a said the conductor reaching up for the hell Cord. She threw Quot her whole mind into one Side the balance and took Tho left hand Side the car. She was about to climb into the rear seat when the next one to it seemed to bid for Hor. She had gathered up her skirt front to climb to tile second a ibid the third beckoned to Lier. So site went up tile car with Lier mind nicely balanced Between one seat and another. Then she began to go Back choosing one seat after an outlier just As a Turkey with its evenly balanced mind uses up a whole evening changing roosting limbs and finally goes to sleep the one it chose to rat. At last she chinned to the rear seat and sat beside a Man who was smoking sat there and sniffed and sniffed and looked daggers until the poor Man threw his Cigar away. Still Thero Are people philosophers they Are sometimes called who persist in saying that he who hesitates is lost. Effects Coffee. Said the conductor Quot it an excellent Medicine in its place and a mental stimulus. Boston journal Commerce co Foo owes its stimulating and refreshing qualities to co finite it also contains gum and sugar fat acids Casein and Wood and Fibre. Like Tea it powerfully increases the respiration but unlike it does not affect its depth. By its use Tho Rato Tho pulse is increased and tile action the skin diminished. It lessens the amount blood sent to Ute organs the body distend Tho veins and contracts the capillaries thus preventing the waste tissue. It is a mental stimulus a High order Aud one that is liable to great abuse. Carried to excess it produces abnormal wakefulness indigestion , irritability temper trembling irregular Kulse a kind intoxication ending in de ruin and great injury to the spinal functions. Unfortunately there Are Nauy coffer tippers w to depend upon it As a drunkard upon his dram. On the other hand Coffee is Sovereign Efficacy in tiding Over the nervous system in emergencies. Coffee is also in its place an excellent Medicine. In typhoid fever its action is frequently prompt and decisive. It is indicated in the Early stages before local complications arise. Coffee dispels Stiller and lethargy is an antidote for Many kinds Poison and i valuable in spasmodic asthma whooping cough cholera inf Antum and Asiatic cholera. It is also excellent As a preventive against infectious epidemic diseases. La districts Rife with malaria and fever the drinking hot Coffee before passing into the open air has enabled persons living in such places to escape contagion. An Adirondack Story. Forest and Stream what Paul Smith has yet to hear about yet to learn in the Way making Money nobody Here can suggest. His own last Story indeed to tells himself and a Good adaptation it is. Quot by the Way a he said As he sauntered up in his inimitable Way thumbs in the armholes his Waistcoat his soft hat Over his ear and one eve shut. Quot i suppose you Haven to heard about the guides have you a nobody had Wieard. Quot Well it seems a said Paul Quot that ifs been a hard summer for some the guides and they took it into their Heads to turn stage robbers. They held up the coach Ful that went away from Here yesterday afternoon. But the Driver he knew what they were up to. Quot a you want folks Frow Rainbow Lake a he says a these folks just got away from Paul up Here. You done to think he left Mem anything but their tickets to get Home with do yer go Lang a a careful and conservative buying the Rule. Collections Good and Money sufficient for legitimate cosiness. Philadelphia and hot weather were responsible for disturbance. New York. June . G. Dun so weekly review Trade says in substance while crop reports continue remarkably favourable the volume business at present transacted is not As Large As it a been in other years at this time. This is in part because exceptionally Bot weather at Many Points has induced something like Midsummer dullness but the More important cause undoubtedly is that Trade in Many branches has been waiting for certainty improve ment and definite orders before undertaking new risks. There is also some hesitation owing to recent failures particularly in Philadelphia. Credits have been More cautiously Given in the Woollen and the Boot and shoe tildes and this has lessened the volume transactions. A a hence it is encouraging to find that Thero is actual improvement in the demand for consumption in several the More important trades and that manufacturer already begin to feel the effects. Crop prospects have greatly improved during the past week particularly in Southern and North Western regions where there has been Lack rain and there is now scarcely a single commercial Centre from which Tho crop reports Are not highly favourable. At Boston More disposition to buy is noticed in the leather Trade and steady order for hoots and shoes though Small give encouragement. Recent shipments Nave been Light last week 67.000 Case against 86,000 for the same week in 1890, Ami for the year thus far 1,488.000 against 1,590,000. The lumber Trade is also a Little better though primers Are Low. And Sale Wool Are larger reaching 2,410,000 Pound. The Market is rather unsettled. At Philadelphia the Wool Trade is waiting holders asking More than buyers wish to give but the learner Trade is healthy with Netter prospects. Pittsburg notes better demand i manufactured Iron and Cleyer and More demand for pig. At Cincinnati Trade is picking in and at Detroit increased in some lines Wool moving at two three cents lower prices than a year ago. Chicago notes Wool receipts double last years with an increase Oue Liaf in wheat and dressed beef and moderate increase in bides but decrease in flour Corn and lard. Sales dry goods and shoe continue to exceed last years. St. Louis notes some change by frequent Rains and while lumber building hardware paint and Oil Trade Are especially Active the general aggregate is rather less than a year ago though fair volume. Reports from All quarters indicate Little complaint As to collections. Regarding Money they show almost everywhere an ample Supply for legitimate and Safe business but it is frequently mentioned that there is no Supply for speculation and at St. Ii Ouis the Market is stiffer at 7 and 8 per cent. At Kansas City firm at8u�10 and at Detroit Strong at rather stringent at Cleveland tight at Little Rock and Atlanta close at Nashville und in Goon demand with firm fates at new Orleans. From ail other Points reports indicate comparative ease. It is a hopeful indication that the demand for manufactured Iron and steel improves. For structural Iron there is a Rush orders because the collapse building strikes and makers Sheet Iron Are somewhat pushed though bar Iron is Only fairly Active. But plates Are in Good demand. Tile stagnation produced Iii rails by the combination to Boul up prices is shown by Tho official report the a sales to june i this year were but 725.376 tons against 1.086,-000 to Tho same Date lost year and deliveries but 337,000 tons against 598,000 last your. The Wool Market at new York shows improvement and a larger demand by manufacturers. In Woollen Good there is a Laura volume Bual Ness and the orders show that distinct gain in the consuming demand is Felt. The orders for foreign goods Are said to he be 50 per cent less than a your ago. But the Domestic Trade gains. The business failures occurring throughout the country during the past seven Days As reported to r. G. Dun amp co. Aud k. Russell so co. Of the mercantile Agency by Telegraph number for Tho United states 224, and for Canada 20. Or a total 263 As compared with a total 244 last week and 224 the week previous to the last. For the corresponding week lost year the figures were 199, representing 178 failures in the United states and 21 in Tho Dominion Canada. Must go slow. Senator Calvin Brice the financial condition the country. Fort Wayne id. June 18.senator Calvin Brice in an interview relative to the financial condition the country today said Quot the United states has for the past to years been making an average $500,-000,000 securities a year. One half this amount has been absorbed by europeans and Tho other half by the people this country. Tho outlet to Europe has been thoroughly clogged and no securities whatever Are being marketed there. Quot the probabilities Are that there will be very Little any outlet for american securities within the next two three years. Quot this has had a tendency to depress prices especially american railway securities. Quot the loss millions dollars which has been sustained must assuredly be Felt by the people this country. Many persons no three years ago estimated themselves wealthy Are practically penniless through the immense shortage in this class securities. Quot the severe liquidation which is now taking place must be Felt in financial circles throughout Tho country. Abundant crops will no doubt help to ameliorate our condition but at the same time it behoves every one to be conservative in their dealings and not go too killed seven tarantulas thrilling experience mias Jessie Wheeler in Hartford. Hartford conn., june 22.�?miss Jessi it Wheeler daughter j. K. Wheeler killed seven tarantulas yesterday. A few Days at her father brought Home a Bunch d bananas. They were Hung up in the Sun to Ripen. Yesterday while miss Jessie was cutting off some the fruit a monster Tarantula foil to the floor. She killed it with a Broom and a moment later was surrounded by six others different sizes. The spiders were different sizes the first being the largest. Another similar Case was reported from Ansonia last week. Too strict Texas sifting in Germany the police regulations Are very strict and any violation themis promptly punished. The people have a holy terror the Law. Two gentlemen happened to meet in Berlin and th6 following conversation took place Quot have you heard the dreadful news about Miller a Quot no what was it a Quot he was tin a boat in the River. He fell overboard Aud was drowned. The water was too Quot did no the know How to swim Quot Quot swim done to you know that All persons Are forbidden by the police to swim in the River a ecclesiastical item. Texas sittings teachers what Are the names the seven Days the week boy a monday tuesday wednesday thursday Friday saturday. A a that a Only six Days. You have missed . When does your Mother go to Church a when a buys her a new some difference. Cloak review Tommy Stimson to his sister a sir. Dash away Calls while you axe dressing what shall i say Clara slim Sony ask him to w Ait course dash away in the parlor a few moment later a what did your sister say when you told her i was Here Tommy sue said you could wait. French is. English. Mousey a a weekly. Quot that a a pretty Tine Lay out the baby has said . New pop looking Over the Little ones wardrobe. Quot dear John a said mrs. New pop a will you never learn it is a Layette not a Lay out expensive emulation. Cloak review dash away that was a Beautiful dress your Friend mrs. Wick staff bad the Dothag night. Bingo yes. Itcostme$10a dash away How so Bingo my wife saw it

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