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Boston Weekly Globe (Newspaper) - June 30, 1891, Boston, Massachusetts Vouk family needs the weekly Globe. It will pay you handsomely to Pone Huston pin Clitu it my pay you Ihmle Worody to renew. Your family needs the weekly Globe. Vol. . 2g. Loston. Tuesday morning. June to 1891. Price five cents. Women in politics May decide the next British election. Possible influence their american Sisters. Flow wires Are pulled by conservative and Liberal daughters. London. Juno in. Oman a political influence has become potent so Petetit indeed that the result the next general election must largely depend upon it. For not Only have a women for a number years been voting in local elections and holding local offices but they have since 1885 been engaging in National politics through two vast and powerful propaganda and electioneering organizations working in conjunction with Tho two great parties and in the Bye a notions their influence has been More and More strongly Felt. These two organizations Are the Primrose league acting with the conservative party and the women a Liberal federation acting a with the liberals. The Primrose league was founded in 1883 by sir John Gorst lord Randolph Churchill sir Algernon Borthwick sir Alfred Slade and sir Henry Drummond Wolf asian drawn up by the latter to give Opportunity for the exercise a militant tory ism a a Tor ism that should go out and propagate its Faith. This enlistment women and the new spirit that came with them had a wonderful effect and the membership grow apace. Or. Fox the vice Chancellor the league says it Rose from 957 in 1884, before women were admitted to 237283 Iii 1886, after they were admitted. It was not so much that women themselves joined As that they attracted the men. More than half tile new members were Mon As to nay there Are a majority men in the league. Or. For informs me that there Are now Over 1,000,000 names tile league s list though he admits that this is in Gross including Many deaths withdrawals and expulsions. Henry Labouchere. On the other Side de flares that there cannot be today More than 000,000 Active members but even at that estimate the organization with its groups scattered All Over England and Ireland Scot and having its own organization must Wield a most powerful influence. The principles Tho Primrose league Are based upon extreme conservatism. The first a the maintenance tile constitutions a Means briefly As . Fox explained to me opposition to All encroachments republicanism the monarchical form government such As the abolition Tho House lords Aud the payment members the commons. A to pay the said Fox a would he to make them less Independent. They would then become deputies servants Tho people instead representatives free to use their own judgment in their actions. They would act upon instructions rather limn As they themselves thought Best. The second principle the Loague a the maintenance religion a takes form in opposing the proposal to further take the schools out the hands the clergy and put them under Public control. The third principle which is a the Imp rial Ascendancy the British Empire a Means opposition to any movement to Lessen the centralized Power tile Imperial government he it in Tho form Home Rule for Ireland e Lauu Scotland Wales Olin that the Extension the municipal authority the cities even for giving London so much As the management their own police. In Short they oppose absolutely the very changes which the liberals More strictly speaking the rapidly strengthening Radical Wing the liberals deem most pressing importance. Whether not they appreciate the principles for which they work the women the Primrose league have shown remark Abl zealand ability and what is far More importance they have brought into the dullness conservatism something the fire and passion it had lacked. By their various methods they learn the political inclinations the less Independent voters in a District and condescending to request personal interviews and making personal solicitations exert a most astonishing influence at tile polls especially in some the Rural districts where it Only needed their Power to he added to that Tho landowning Squires and the school controlling Parsons to make Tho conservative candidate for parliament All but invincible. But though women do practically All Tho work the Primrose league they have none the management. There is a a ladies grand with the marchioness Salisbury at its head but it has Only advisory Powers. The men leading the conservative party headed by the Marquis Salisbury do the directing. The Plain fact is the men Are afraid to Trust the women with too much Power Are not quite sure should it once gain full headway that they could control the spirit they had raised. The Liberal leaders were not slow to see immense Aid that the women the Primrose league were bringing to the conservative Standard and they quickly set about forming a women a organization within their own party. But in this formation a different plan was pursued. The women had the full management their Organiza Tion which consisted a gathering political propaganda and electioneering associations into the women a Liberal federation and mrs. Gladstone became president the executive committee. The plan Campaign was to a Large extent similar to that Tho women the Primrose league hut being As a whole less wealthy and having fewer titles among them the Liberal women have not been Able to offer the same social distinction to the ambitions while their organization not availing itself forms decorations and ceremonies lost an element attractiveness very powerful to Many minds. It is probable also that the gathering women into separate organizations is not so attractive As the Union the sexes. But for whatever reason tire woman a Liberal federation has never been Able to enlist As Many members As there were women in the Pri mrose league. Tim executive committee reported this year 177 affiliated associations with a membership 66,721. A body powerful in itself but not so powerful As the Primrose league. The importance All this training so vast a number the most Active and intellectual women in this country in political methods cannot he Versti Inaten but it is having still More important developments. The More Independent bodies the Radical associations for the most part have rapidly advanced beyond the stage Mere political wire pulling Aud Are turning their attention almost exclusively to the political education other women. For instance the Croydon women a Liberal and Radical association a Large and Strong body wants a every woman to understand that tile education the people the housing the people and the wages the people Are questions with which the people ought to and this is the tendency All these women a associations Liberal and conservative alike though some Are less Forward than others. With consciousness political Power Tho idea is fast spreading among them that women should vote. Perhaps More is being done in this Way by Tho woman suffrage cause than the strictly suffrage movement is doing. As to this Point miss Mary Grover Secretary Tho Croydon Anocia Tion said to me a the great Battle for woman suffrage is being ought in the ranks the women a Liberal federation. The progressive Section tries at each annual Council to get the federation to adopt the suffrage As a Plank in our platform Many the women tile executive committee however arc closely connected with members parliament who doubtless influence them to keep within the authorized Liberal programme which does not include women suffrage. But it will come before Long As the progressives Are steadily growing aside from the abstract principle there is much to support women a claim to the Imperial suffrage. There Are five different franchises in England namely the school Board franchise poor Law guardian franchise vestry municipal franchise county Council franchise and parliamentary Frau Chat so. Women vote under Tho first four and what is More hold office under them. The bed opportunities for Tho exhibition their splendid qualities for at least some offices have been afforded in Tho school Hoard work mrs. Dilka and miss ii Den Taylor Iii Tho London be Ard Ami mrs. James Arthur chairwoman the Paisley Board being three Tho Many shining examples. This besides giving women Confidence to ask for the parliamentary vote has gone far toward meeting the Stock objection women a unfitness to properly exercise that privilege. It is important to observe however that though married women play be elected to office at any the fear lesser elections in England they cannot cast a vote in them Veu though they pay the local taxes just As do widows and spinsters who Are thereby qualified to vote. The Point made is that married women Are Quot Una overture a that is that they Are undercover their husbands vote. But by the parliamentary acts 1872 and 1m82, establishing married women a Independent rights property rights contract etc., and by the Reonni decision Hie lord Chancellor in the Jackson Ca get recognizing the right personal Freedom married women tins principle overture Lins late years been dealt some heavy blows. The women a franchise Loa Etc Tho most vigorous and aggressive stiff ago organization in great Britain and which mrs. Jacob Bright who has been in Tho movement for 23 years is Secretary demands a in Extension to women Quot whether unmarried married widowed the right to Roto at parliamentary municipal local Ami other elections the same conditions which qualify Mon a and a for All women equal civil and political rights with . Donald Murray Secretary the National Liberal club a keen and careful observer. Told to that from All he could gather about 80 per cent Tho women at the first election London county councillors three years ago voted with tile conservatives. Quot this. I believe was duo a said he Quot to Tho timidity arising from inexperience aint to their easy credence e Campaign lies. But As soon As they begin to think they will become Radical just us Liao most Tho women who have Corno prominently and actively Forward like lady Stanhurst. Miss Taylor miss Cobden and Many he cry George . Hot weather politics. Grover Cleveland special and selfish legislation. Senator Cul Lonix a room Alliance echoes a Ohio s mixture. Toms foreign tour is to consult with sex first assistant postmaster general Clarkson. Who is in Europe to remain Thoro until the final. Clarkson As is very Well known is not Friendly to Harrison and would rather Sec any one else nominated than Tho Man from Indiana. It is said Boro that lie is Friendly disposed toward Cullom and believes that All tilings considered to m Gilt not to so bad a Cundle Harrison jealous Blaine notable feints. Other Date with which to make Tho running. Senators Quay and oui Lorn Are very Friendly terms but whether quays affection for Cullom goes far enough for him to manipulate the convention in tile interest Tho Illinoisan remains to be seen. Quay like Clarkson has but very Little i use for Harrison. I his candidate is some Man he can Eon i Troi and he cares his Nemo is so Long Asho can he elected and after he takes his seat in the White House becomes a tool in Quay s bands. I Cullom is not a Strong Man. To is not a Man great ability and ids record in con i Gross is almost colourless. That counts in i Bis favor As what Tho Republican party i wants for a candidate is a Man without a record. As tile putative Falier Tho interstate i Commerce Law an act the credit for which i really belongs to senator Reagan Texas the officeholders and Tho sex officeholders f senator Cullom is somewhat popular with Hie Western grangers and an Effort would be . R. I., june 27. Sex president Grover Cleveland was the guest the commercial club at Tho Narragansett hotel Here Toni Iret. Amongst the banqueting party which was composed largely prominent republicans. There were some democrats chiefly under . Cleveland a administration. Thoro were also present sex chief Justice Turfeo president Andrews Brown University George Ladd . Stearns sex gov. Littlefield. John Mcwilliams judge Carpenter Tho circuit court. Don. L. Spencer sex gov. Davis. Hon. Jesse Metcalf. Hon. Oscar lard Ani Hon. John f. Lones Dalo judge Erin Cook Rev. Thomas Anderson and James f. Fell. President Stone in introducing sex presi deut Cleveland said Iowa a terror. Frightful destruction by a cloudburst in the Northwest wild weather at various Points. A storm unprecedented fury burst Over the Northwestern part Iowa tuesday last creating much destruction and for a few Days cutting off All communication and suggesting the worst misfortune. The towns Cherokee and Moville suffered exceptionally. All railroads running East from Sioux City Are blocked by washouts. Tho Floyd River Valley is inundated for 35 Miles North Sioux City. Thirty five Miles track Tho Illinois Central Chicago St. Paul Minneapolis. Omaha and Sioux City amp Northern Are flooded North Sioux City with bad washouts at lemurs. On Hie Central Iowa Branch do feet track were carried out Tim Sioux Falls Branch seven Bridges were washed out. Tile Chicago amp Northwestern tracks in the Sioux Valley Are out for Over a Hail mile at Sutherland. The same Road is also washed out at Carroll. Tile Little Sioux River Bottom ache Roleco is entirely inundated Aud thousands acres crops Are under water. One Hundred ii oases in Cherokee have been earned out sight in a Niagara like torrent. A terrine cloudburst thrice repeated i wind almost a Hurricane Are what Connarn mated the dread work. The damage at Cherokee taking into account tile relatively Small Siz Quot the town is enormous. Most the destruction was wrought by Tho extraordinary Rise Iii Tho Sioux River resulting from tile tremendous downpour rain. Tile flood carried off apparently without an Effort the lug truss Bridge in which tile Illinois Central crossed the River and with Tho Bridge went 400 feet trestle which the company a tracks approached Cie River. At Merrill eight Miles West Sioux City the Floyd River role More than to feet in three hours wednesday and at 8 doors at night Tho flood was sweeping through Tho flood re Valley Aud Deve stating hundreds acres crops. A Cyclone at Sutherland la. Tuesday night destroyed dwellings four warehouses several barns and Tho Chicago amp Northwestern Railroad freight depot. Tile people took to caves and no one was injured All the county Aud Railroad Bridges were washed out. According to Tho latest advices Tho storms full Little Short a great Tri state affliction affecting not Only a huge stretch country in Iowa but Large portions also in Minnesota and Nebraska. The deluge covers at least portions the counties Sioux. Of Brien. Clay Plymouth Cherokee Buena Vista. Woodbury Ida Sac Monona. Crawford Carroll Harrison and Shelby covering a territory three counties in Width along the Western Border Iowa and live counties in length beginning with one tier counties from the Northern Boun Dan the state Aud extending southward. This territory is dotted with villages and covered with cultivated farms and Tho worst i i feared. It is known that to persons met their death in the country around about Correctionville. Houses barns and outbuildings were reported boating in tile Sioux past Cherokee All Day. Noone knows where they came from but they Are presumed to be from Southerland. No loss Lite is reported from Tim in country. Tim destruction property alone in Cherokee is about 3200,000. Besides almost All the Stock pastured along Tim Sioux were carried away by Hie flood Only a few animals be Rig saved As they came Down Hie River. The weather is now Clearing. Tho loss at Sutherland by the storm is 875,000 to buildings alone. Seventy Miles Illinois Central track Are submerged in water. Tim by s will reach is too but it will take Many Days to repair it. The loss the Chicago amp Northwestern will be fully As great As the Illinois Centi ii. Advices from Correctionville say the Pla a is still under water. At Aurelia tile water stood 6 feet deep in the streets but is slowly going Down today. The Valley a Small Creek into the Little Sioux at Cherokee was Tho univ outlet for the water during the storm and All the Bouses nearly too Iii number were swept away. A Tornado vat experienced at Harrington n. A. Friday night. Several Small Bouses were blown Dew ii and a number Large Trees Wen uprooted. Nebraska Lias also suffered severely from torrents rain Omaha Central cite Nebraska City and other Points suffering severely Friday. Now York City had a cyclonic storm Tho same Day and near it. Cannel penn., a Cyclone the Patterson Coal company a bleaker. Six persons were killed. Made to use t Tut popularity to offset the dangerous Alliance movement. That., however is about All Cullom can offer but so far As known there is nothing against him xxx Bidi would cause him to have to assume Tho defensive in a Campaign. Cullom Lias a Strong senatorial support. During the last Congress a meeting Sev cml prominent Western senators was held in a committee room in Tho Capitol till avowed object which was to push tits claims senator Cullom for till Zomina Tion. Plumb Kansas one the shrewdest the Western senators is said to be in Tho Cullom movement and so is Farwell gentlemen . Commercial club it is my great privilege to introduce to you. High minded patriotic citizen till i Illinois who hates Harrison about a Well United states America Grover Cleve As one Man can hate another. Land. Great applause after Tho applause had subsided sex i re in left Cleveland raid we should remember the fact that the legislation tile country and the general course government policy is so important to any business in which we Are engaged that our individual efforts in its prosecution May be easily promoted thwarted by the conduct those who Mako and execute our Laws. Yot in business circles we rarely find a Man who is willing to give up his Ordinary labors and work to engage in the business legislation. In order that Tho patriotism Anil intelligence the country should prevail in our legislation the intelligent men tile country should see to it that they Are represented in our National legislation. If it is Well that our legislation should be influenced by the enlightened and prac Ticle sense the people our business men should Soe to it that those whom they Trust Are made their representatives. It seems to to that special and private. Legislation As they prevail Are evils which a to a great extent Are chargeable to Tho heedlessness and Carles ups the people. There is a class legislation palpably upon its face private and special which occupies much too much the time and attention our lawmakers. In this was they Are led not Only to the support Bills most questionable propriety. But the neglect the study and understanding those great questions which Are involved in general legislation. Nor does the evil effect private and special legislation Stop bore. Tile successful championship such Bills seems so vital under a theory Winch ought not for a moment to be recognized that those haying Lipin in charge Are tempted and often yield. To give their votes for Hills As bad As if not worse than theirs in order to gain the support colleagues similarly situated. Thus is inaugurated a system called log rolling and which comes frightfully near actual legislative corruption and thus the people Are not Only deprived the attention their representatives to Gonstal interests which is their due but they Are no better than robbed their Money in the Public Treasury. But i have not yet mentioned Tho aspect special and private legislation which seems to my mind the most pernicious. I refer to the habit which it engenders among our people looking to the government for Aid in Hie accomplishment private and individual schemes anti the encouragement which they derive in looking to the government for Means by which t hey can a com push toe tilings they do Fife. Quot a a wherever these arc found whatever pretext May be advanced for legislation it should he condemned. No pretext Protection to american industries anxious interest for Tho Public Good should to successful in hiding schemes Winch have for their object the Benefit the few at the expense the Many great applause and no pretence As to Hie importance any kind legislation in the country should divert our attention from careful examination to discover what selfish schemes and purpose there May be behind the proposal such legislation. It is none too soon for our business men and for All our citizens who love their country to bestir Tneia selves for a Battle against the evil consequences special and private legislation president Andrews Brown University spoke briefly. Or. Cleveland a remarks were generally and favourably commented upon by the throng after the meeting bad come to an end. Open hostility. Patal riot at Oregon mines. Militia called out to guard coloured men from White strikers. Brattle wash., Juno 29.�?a special from Franklin says that the White strikers angered at the action Hie Oregon improvement company in taking coloured men to the new Castle Coal mines started to clean out the latter. Camp last night. A Deputy sheriff who Lias been at the mines for tile past four weeks has called for Tho militia and companies b anti iof the 1st regiment Chard left a special train at i clock this morning. Tho Only news received so far is that Otto Miner was killed and the Reb were wounded and one coloured guard was wounded. Over too shots were fired. A dead Federal Soldier s Bible. Or. J. C. Elmore Turin ga., Basin his Possession a Bible that a Confederate Soldier took out the pocket a dead Federal the Battlefield the Quot seven Days fight at Rielli Osuh in 1862. And gave to . Elmore. To thinks that the Soldier was a Massachusetts regiment. On the. Blank Leaf Between the and and new testaments is the name Quot Ann Eliza Pratte aged 17.�?� in the Book was a piece writing paper Cut in the form a heart with a Bird perched either Side their beaks meeting above the heart and the heart were these words a to Willie from his Mother a also the above mentioned name. The Bible was printed by the a. B. Society in 1854, is oud in Roan and is about 3x5 Inch bind hair Ieon believes Blaine to to covertly seeking presidential Plum. Washington june 23.�?there is no longer any Effort the part president Harris no a political friends to conceal the fact that there is an open hostility perhaps rivalry would be a More charitable term Between Tho president and Secretary Blaine. President Hanson s friends believe that . Lenino is covertly seeking Hie Republican nomination and using every Effort to divert tile Plum from falling again into the presidents Lap. Tile Best expression the presidents feelings in the matter May to found in a despatch sent. Out from Washington and published in Lite Indianapolis journal sunday. The despatch refers to Secretary Blaines rapidly improving health at bar Harbor and concludes As follows Quot meanwhile president Harrison will continue to to Secretary state de Facto. When . Blaine went to new York More than a month ago he discharged from his mind All official responsibilities and immediately upon the return tile president from tile Pacific slope lie requested Ute Secretary slate to give himself absolute Freedom from official cares and not to think them till lie had fully recovered Bis health. Since that time it May be said that Secretary Blaine Bas had nothing to do with negotiations pending at the state department with Oiler official business All the Behring sea Aud other important transactions being conducted by president Harrison personally through acting Secretary w then follows a Little irony concerning the presidents kindly interference in behalf Secretary Blaines health after which is Hie concluding paragraph the most significant in Tho despatch As follows a fall the communications which have passed Between the president and . Blame during Hie past month and All those Between Hie Secretary state and the department state during that time have been entirely a personal it is generally believed that the above despatch was inspired by the president and edited by private Secretary Halford. Nothing so Radical personal Between the president and Secretary Blaine would have beep sent out to be published in till president s official and personal Organ without it bore the stamp his approval. But a word As to the provocation this despatch. For several Days the despatches which have gone out from bar Harbor to the Blaine newspapers have stated that the Secretary directed Hie settlement the Bell ring sea question by Telegraph. The Blaine organs Nave arrogated to . Blaine the sole credit for this settlement in Long laudatory editorials. President Harrison is absurdly jealous every movement the part Secretary Blaine and is not willing that he should receive any More credit than lie absolutely deserves. Something it is believed xviii happen shortly. Ii . Blaine is a candidate be can hardly afford to remain in the Cabinet in View the presidents feeling toward Hun. Of lie is not a candidate co will certainly be driven Tea Public announcement the fact. A Mal Rick Low. Senator cullom�?T3 Boom. Called to face the braves. Speaker ship contest May turn upon a fourth july oration. Washington june 26.-democratic politicians Are looking Forward with a great Deal interest to tammany a fourth july Celebration. Tammany always makes a Groat affair the National Holiday and among the orators Are men National reputation but this year Tho Celebration Bas bad additional significance Lent to it. The Man who catches the enthusiasm his audience the fourth and who makes the a poles speech is very Likely to capture the votes Tho new York democratic congressmen when the caucus is held and the candidate who can go into the c caucus with the solid new York vote behind him stands an excellent Chanco being called upon to preside Over the 52d Congress. Crisp received Tho first invitation and will make Tho Quot lout it is commonly supposed Bere that Crisp is specially Strong with tammany. When some Tho other candidates discovered that Crisp had been thus honoured they wore afraid that it might give Tim georgian too much prestige throughout the country and to offset this the admirers Tho neglected candidates prevailed upon Tho tammany managers to invite them to address the gathering so that there might be no charges favouritism. Another reason Why tile Celebration is awaited wit i a Good Deal interest by the politician is to notice How the names possible presidential candidates Are received by the multitude. They Are anxious to know whether there xviii be More for Grover Cleveland David b. Plan ran. It is not unlikely that senator Gorman s name May to cheered to the Echo for Gorman has a warm place in the hearts tammany and it has been said that in Case new York cannot name the candidate Tan Many would turn to Gorman and support his cause. Green Mountain state solid. Secretary Proctor say vermonters want no Farmers Alliance. Secretary War Proctor when asked by a Globe reporter about the Alliance movement in Vermont said a your Farmers have just derided not to form a separate party. We we to Farmers league and the Grange. But they will work for what they wish through Hie old parties. At Tho state convention which the Farmers hold last week the committee recommended joining the Alliance movement but when their report was made the convention re mutated it Aud decided not to form any separate political party. Quot most them xviii vote Hie Republican ticket so that Ali solid majority Hie Green Mountain state will stand the Alliance has made but Small Progress in Tho state although it has been incubating for several months. Tile Farmers do not Manifest much enthusiasm for a now political party. Mixed mes3 in Ohio. Twixt one pulling this Way and another that funds in the air. Washington Juno 22.�?Sherman occupies a curious position. Both he Aud Foraker will do their Best to elect a Republican legislature but they will antagonize each Othor in an Effort to elect each his own partisans. The independents will get All they can for themselves out this rivalry and Tho personal opposition to Sherman xviii Corno from the Farmers Alliance Tho citizens Alliance and the other agricultural and labor organizations and also from the Earnest advocates the Blair educational Bill. This educational element is a thing that has not been taken into consideration. Or. Blair openly charged Sherman with treachery in the vote the educational Bill in Tho Senate during Hie last Congress and has never since ceased to denounce him for Bis action that occasion. Tile followers Blair in this matter arc fanatics As Are Hie people who Are in the third party movement and As Many them As there May be Iii Ohio will to opposed to Sherman. Sherman a friends Are Well organized and. It is planned have command a considerable amount Money for Campaign purposes. Tile idea the independents is first to beat Sherman and second to elect some one else As Friendly As possible to their cause they can get an out and out Alliance is just what they want hut they propose to take just what they can got. If they should not be As successful As they expect to be and should be obliged to choose Between the several Republican leaders who might aspire to Sherman a seat it is probable that they would take Foster but that would Only be As Between republicans that school. They Hope for much better things according to their Way thinking. Victory Tor gov. Campbell. Cincinnati o., june 24.�?the democratic Stato convention will be held in Cleveland july 14 and 15. The state Central committee has decided that Hie ratio delegates apportioned to Eracli county must be made Tho vote 1890 and not that 1889, which was the Campbell vote. This knocks out the primaries the Hamilton county democrats a which wore held last saturday and makes Legal the primaries several other counties which have already endorsed gov. Campbell. Alien n. Thurman will to temporary chairman the convention. This is a great Victory for gov. Campbell. Men who hate Harrison said to be behind it Washington june 24.�?there is perhaps More in Hie presidential Boom senator Cullom Illinois than appears the surface. Tile fact that the senator after openly announcing that he is a candidate for the presidency has made arrangements to go abroad lends additional significance to the an noun Cemen t. It is said Here that the object . Jul anti Cleveland democrats to meet St. Paul minn., Juno 27.�?the Freo Silver anti Cleveland Section the democratic party created some excitement yesterday by issuing a Call for a conference at Minneapolis. July i. The leading spirits in the revolt Are sex mayor Ames Minneapolis Daniel Buck Makato and c. W. Moody tank Centre late assistant clerk the House representatives. Michael Doran the Minnesota National committeeman. William m. Campbell chairman the state Central committee and p. H. Kelly the Minnesota Sachem All Stanclik Cleveland men. Are not invited it is Given out that Hie objects the meetings Are the overthrow tire Bosses Aud the paving the Way for an anti Cleve Laim unlimited coinage delegation to the democratic National convention. Forty members the late legislature Are reported to be in Hie scheme. Minor matters. Tho democrats Salt Lake City. Utah monday refused to adopt a Resolution endorsing . Cleveland for Hie presidency. The objectionable feature was the inconsistency his attitude with Tho Silver Plank in tile democratic platform. The Iowa democratic state convention was Beld at Ottumwa wednesday. Gov. Boles was renominated. The Silver Plank favors the a free coinage Silver upon a just ratio a making it a full Legal tender for All debts Public Aud private. The platform also reaffirms Tho prohibition Plank 1889 pledges the party to pass an australian other ballot Reform measure denounces the Mckinley Tariff Law endorses Tim principles a Tariff for Revenue Only recommends an ample and Liberal appropriation for the stat i exhibit at the world s fair. The Ohio state democratic convention will be Beld in Cleveland july 14 arum is. Tile Michigan House Bas passed Tim Senate Bill making the Legal rate interest 6 percent and the outside limit contracts 8 per cent., but Defeated the Hill making to hours a i Day s work. The Senate has killed the Bill repealing Tim local option Law. Gov. Fifer Illinois has signed the Bill enabling women to vote for ail school officers. The Michigan Senate has passed Tho Hoose Bill calling for a vote Hie people upon lie question calling a convention for a general revision the Stato Constitution. Hill sent an emissary. Promise sensational democratic conference at Minneapolis this week anti Harrison move. St. Pait., minn., june 28.�?the democratic mooting to be held at the Nicolet Honse Minneapolis wednesday is destined to be the most sensational political gathering Iii several years. It Lias Dex eloped that David Bennett Hill the new y Ork governor senator sent an emissary to Minnesota two weeks ago and he is responsible for the calling the meeting the gathering xviii attempt to Down Tho Quot silk stockings Wing the party in Tho state composed p. It. Kelly. William m. Campbell and Michael Doran All a limn Are Tor Cleveland and this accomplished an eff Ort will be made to swing Minnesota into line for Hill. Die Farmers Alliance through president Donnelly has issued a Call for a mooting in St. Paul. July 7. Then Lias been a conference Between the Alliance and the free Silver democrats Tho work which is Likely to show up immediately after these two meetings. It is stated that an agreement has been readied for fusion the electoral ticket the democrats to take live and the Alliance four. The fusion also contemplates the nomination Sydney m. Owen All Anco for governor. And unite the legislative ticket wherever possible Vith a i exp to euchre Rizig senator Davis out ids seat. The Stato Senate which holds Over stands fusion. 29 republicans. 25, in order to xviii this fight the to unionists must elect 56 out the 114 members Hie House. A sensational incident in connection with the whole matter is the pre Enin tory refusal the Alliance to treat with the Cleveland Wing Thi democratic party. The Farmers Minnesota Are for unlimited coinage Ami urge that Cleveland a position six precludes Tho possibility considering i lint in Tho proposition for fusion. Consulting Cleveland. Party managers in Ohio looking to him for advice in the Campaign. Washington Juno 28.�?Thoro Are More Campaign plans being formed now Tolian appear Tho surface and it is rarely at this time the your. A year More before the National conventions Are held that the political magnates Are so Busy. The political clubs which were formed during the last Campaign brought a new element into Tho political organization and it was found that they were the greatest use especially in an educational Campaign Evhen the people had to learn the facts and have thoroughly explained to them the great issues what Tho Light was being made. Although con. Clarkson the president the league National Republican clubs. Is enjoying himself in Europe the business tile league is being looked after by his lieutenants and hic general keeps himself in touch with All that is going this Side Tho water. To the National Teague democratic clubs is in this Cit Yand much Good work is boing done. At the present time both sides Are concentrating All their energies the Ohio Campaign. And that state is receiving almost As much attention As it would Iii Tho october election preceding Tho preside Tai lotion and when both parties used to regard the result in Ohio As the sure forerunner Tho general verdict the people. Senator Gorman is practically in charge the National democratic committee and that body is being closely consulted regarding everything appertaining to the Ohio Campaign. It is not generally known but it is nevertheless a tory significant fact that . Cleveland is constantly being consulted by Tho Ohio managers regarding to e management affairs Aud that senator Gorman relies the advice the sex president More than to does that any Vilior Man. _ an Arm screwed together. Novel operation performed by two Philadelphia surgeons. Philadelphia june 26.�?dr. 1. Hayes Agnew president fit ids consulting surgeon and . J. William White assisted to several others have successfully performed a most remarkable Ope into a girls Arm fractured for two years and a half. Four severe operations failing amputation was considered unavoidable then tile broken Bone was chipped with screws to a steel plate Aud resulted in Complete recovery. Such is Tho record miss Margaret Harper a Young lady Philadelphia. The Case is remarkable and Tho appliances which succeeded a still More so for although famous surgeons performed the last operation it was a bit carpentry in a which screws and a screwdriver were indispensable and that too for Tho first time in the history surgery. Held human Lipe cheap. Two noted Moonshiner and murderers captured held Sway in the mountains the two Virginias. Charleston w. Va., june 28.�?copt. Robert Saunders internal Revenue collector n. J. Keadle special Deputy United states marshal s. To. Baldwin and a posse to assistants arrived Here this morning at 3 clock from Perryville Mcdowell county having Iii charge two Tho most desperate and notorious criminals in the two Virginias. They were Harvey Mullens chief Tho famous Mullens gang Moonshiner and murderers and Riley Cooper his lieutenant and chief advisor. The two wore captured in the most inaccessible portion Buckhannon county. Virginia. At the risk the officers lives and in lodging the two in jail Saunders and Keadle and their men have done what numerous other posses have failed to accomplish. The capture is a most important one. Mullens and his gang which is variously stated to number from 25 to 50. Have been operating in Virginia Eastern Kentucky and Raleigh Wyoming and Mcdowell counties West Virginia and no less than eight them Are under indictment for murder in one the other tile three states named. Harvey Mullens and Cooper boing indicted for murder in both Virginia and West Virginia while they Are also wanted in the United states court for both Moon shining and counterfeiting. An attempt was made by a Strong posse to capture some Hie gang about six months ago but the marshals were Given Battle by Hie gang were Defeated several the deputies having horses shot under them. The next Day after the raid while Thomas Cox was Riding along a Road he was shot dead from a piece Woods tile Mullens evidently taking him for a Deputy mar Shah about two months afterwards two prospectors were fired upon Iii Hie same neighbourhood while searching for Coal and had very narrow escapes. Saunders and his men left trap Hill Raleigh comity thelot inst., and made their Way to the neighbourhood the Mullens illicit stills singly rendezvous ing at night. They remained hid in a chosen locality for several Days and the 19th. Mullens and Cooper were ambushed and compelled to surrender. As the prisoners were led away handcuffed the party was fired upon but the presence Mullens Aud Cooper prevented a concerted attack and the officers succeeded in bringing them off. Crop reports. Excessive Rains in sections but average Good. Cotton. Corn tobacco and wheat living Promise Bountiful results. All the status the Union Send in their Story. Washington d.c.,june 27.�?the Wathor crop bulletin issued by Tho signal office states the week Lias been warmer than usual East Tho Rocky mountains except Tho now England and Florida coasts. Excessive ruins have occurred in Eastern Texas and thence northward to Missouri. In Western Iowa Nebraska and portions Colorado Minnesota and Dakotas. More than Tho usual amount rain is reported from Tho West portion the Middle Atlantic states Hie upper Ohio Valley Tho new England coast and Over limited areas in Bouth Atlantic states. On Tho Pacific coast the rainfall was greater than usual except in California where no rain was reported. In Western Iowa and in Eastern and Northern Nebraska the rainfall ranged from three to Lix inches and local observers report much greater rainfall causing destructive floods. There Xmas loss rain than usual throughout the Mississippi and lower Ohio valleys though numerous showers occurred in those sections. Indiana weather very favourable to wheat Harvest which is nearly completed. Rye Dover and Hay arc also being harvested Corn growing very fast Oats much improved. Michigan local Rains poorly distributed and More rain much needed. Crops an however doing Well. A Light crop wheat will be ready for Harvest in Tho South Kern counties next week. Iowa excessive Rains in the West portion the Stute caused considerable damage to crops and buildings but tile prospects Are generally Good Over a Largo portion the state. The wheat liar Vest is in Progress in the Southern counties. There the oat crop is too heavy and some danger reported by lodging and rust. Wisconsin favourable weather has improved Hie crop and fruit conditions during Tuii it part a Voe. Tho Cranberry crop will to slightly less than last season owing to Tho May Frost. Haiti is needed badly in Eastern Aud Central counties. Ark in us Wathor greatly beneficial to crops. Cotton and Corn growing nicely. Fruit All kinds doing Well. Some sections need rain. Texas Good showers in All sections. Cotton Blooming in South Texas and crop very promising throughout Tho state Corn average except in some localities where it is Short., account drought. Louisiana showers in All sections greatly benefited All crops. Cotton Halls forming fruit very promising Rice in excellent condition. Grass and Woods getting a Start Iii some localities. Missouri condition favourable to cultivation Ami growth Outlook encouraging rain needed soon. North Arolina much Sunshine and warm weather very favourable. All crops improved. Rainfall badly distributed and excessive in a few places. Cotton improved but Small and Grassy. Virginia much Sunshine but rather too much rain for harvesting weather generally beneficial to growing crops wheat Harvest Well advanced. Missouri a Fine week for All farm operations. Wheat Harvest two thirds finished yield Good injury from Radir less than expected Oats improving Meadows never letter. Ohio a Eek very favourable. Grain crops promising citric weedy in places. Apples drooping. Wheat Harvest commenced in Middle Section Large yield. Illinois rainfall badly Hart est noisily completed in Southern portion. Com excellent. Hay cutting in Progress. South Carolinas Cotton very much improved whore Well cultivated. Much Suu Shiro proved in to All crops. Tennessee Corn Cotton and tobacco grow ing finely wheat threshing begun Fine yield. Tho weather for the week was favourable for cleaning crops and tile Outlook is encourage whim Kentucky wheat Harvest is completed crop above tile average. Corn and Oats greatly improved. Fruit prospects promising. Moro rain needed. Kansas excessive gains in Cottonwood Neosho and Verdigris valleys. Rain deficient in West. Conditions generally greatly beneficial to All Clops except in flooded districts. Wheat Harvest general Corn fair flax and Oats flue. Nebraska Corn is improved in condition but still very backward. Small Grain promises very Large yield. Heavy rainfall thursday and Friday decidedly injurious it Minnesota Fine growing weather. Crops in excellent condition throughout Stato. Corn late Lait greatly improved. Tho a Tokos Fine growing weather in both states. Small Gram ripening rapidly Genera prospects Best for years. Colorado weather during a Voe very beneficial to All crops. First crop Hay about All harvested. Hail did some damage in East Colorado thursday. Middle Atlantic and new England states ail crops improved by the favourable weather during Trio past week. New Jersey reports the most favourable week the season for growth and cultivation. Hay cutting in Progress As far North As Southern now England where the liar crop is estimated to be about three quarters the average. Fruit is reported As excellent in now York. Harvesting will general in the Middle Atlantic states during Tho coming Veek with no sports a Largo crop and the season promises to be Verv productive. California All crops benefited by warm weather in Northern part Tho state. Hay Over an average crop in Southern California. Excellent growing weather and crops in Fine condition. Oregon warm Sunshine needed. Haying delayed and some damage to Clover by rain. Wheat Prospect never bettor. It is estimated that Oregon w ill have 1,000,000 More bushels Wiiest than last year. Hops fruit and berries about average. Wheat much damaged. Corn crop Lato and backward Oats Ricking up wonderfully. Dwight 111., june 27.�?expert primers crop report this week states that Tho latest information from Kansas is less favourable there being much damage to wheat by water bugs and rust and harvesting is touch delayed by Rains. In Northern Kansas one third the crop will be plump and Good duality the balance shrank and uneven. Borne counties in Missouri report an excess Straw. On Tho Low lands in Northern Ohio and Michigan Tho crop was seriously damaged tie ii by Frost and the Heads Are Small. The prospects in Othor sections the Winter wheat Belt Are exceptionally Good. In California Tho headers Are at work Over All the state both Xiv Hestand Barley. It ii estimated that Tho surplus will be 1,000.000 tons. Spring wheat prospects in Central Minnesota Are from fair to Good and ahead an average in every Way except As to lateness. Iii Southern Minnesota the Harvest xviii be earlier than usual Many Fields having already beaded out. South Dakota reports Tho present condition the Spring wheat 20 per cent better than last year. Rain will to needed again in about a week. In North Dakota Thoro has been plenty rain the water still standing the Low lands. Weeds have been developing fast. Wisconsin reports the last to Days Are More favourable for tile growing crops which arc thin and backward. Notwithstanding the Brilliant forcing Veather the past week the Corn crop the country is late and backward account excessive Rains and Lack cultivation. As Tim season advances Tho indications Are that Tho stand Corn is practically no better than that last year. The oat crop has picked up wonderfully during the last 20 Days. It is just now beginning to fill but there is no uniformity evenness about the crop. Iowa a crop Outlook. No excessive rain fall. Wheat hardest is begun in Southern localities. Oats Are rank showing a tendency to rust and Lodge. Good crops in Cuba. Increase in sugar yield and tobacco supplies heavy Havana Juno 25.�?Tho sugar grinding season is now nearing its end Over the whole is my. Tho yield this year is regarded As satisfactory especially at Cien Fuegos where the crop is said to have to it Een the largest Ever taken off in that District. Most Tho other sugar producing localities also show an increase More loss importance in the yield a compared with that heat year. Tile Havana report in an article the tobacco Trade a says Quot intelligence has been received that All Tho Vuelta Abajo and Partido districts have been visited by the Long desired Rains. Consequently heavier supplies really suitable tobacco May soon be expected in the Havana Tho governor general Senor a Lavieja has sent a Cable despatch to the minister Tho colonics asking that the operations the new Tariff recently adopted by the Spanish government to to enforced Tho Island Cuba be postponed for Throe months. This delay is asked for Tho purpose allowing the Cham her Commerce Here to study the new Tariff and to report As to its effect upon Tho business Tho Island. Bouth Dakota needs rain. Crops in twin state flourishing and Minnesota reports Good. By. Pahl minn., june 29.�?from parts South Dakota come complaints Lack moisture and fears disaster to Tho crops. A correspondent who Bas just returned from a three Days journey by team through the wheat Fields Brown and Dickey counties makes Tho prediction that unless rain comes within three Days there will to a repetition last years crop failure. In Roberts county Farmers complain dry weather and. While Grain is not suffering severely a Good rain would to great Benefit. In Edmunds county Thoro has been More rain and the damage to wheat by previous hot winds is nearly overcome. North Dakota reports Are without exception favourable and flattering and Minnesota excepting Only a few limited acres is flourishing finely. Heavy showers occurred saturday in Many localities in this state. Has corns his ears. Destructive rainfall limited to Tho Northwestern counties. Dos Moines la. June 27, weeks bulletin Iowa a weather and crop and service reports High temperature and abundant Sunshine in a larger portion the state advancing Corn to nearly the average condition Aud benefiting All crops. The destructive effects the heavy rain storm the 23d and 24th Are limited to tile area nine to Northwestern Conn ties in which the aggregate damage will exceed 81,000,600. In about two thirds the state there was new York Man becoming a statue has an epidermis that much resembles Sheet Iron new y Ork june 28.�?there is at Belle vue Hospital till remarkable Case it a Man gradually turning to a statue. His skin has gradually hardened until it is now like a covering shoot Iron not so hard but As unyielding. Lie is As helpless As though he really were a statue. Ile cannot move hand foot but ids health is Good and he May live for Many years. The disease is a rare one and has been been diagnosed As scleroderma hide bound. Thoro is 110 known cure for it. Tho most that can lie done for Tho patient is to rub him from head to foot every morning with Goose grease. This makes the skin softer for a Brief period just As greasing a pair shoos makes Tho leather More pliable. The strangely afflicted Man is Patrick Wood. To is 42 years old and a Painter by Trado. For be vim years to has lain a cot in Ward 14 the medical department. He weighs probably 200 pounds and is As Good natured As he is portly. Ile spends much his time Reading Aud chatting Aud seems to enjoy life As Well As any one. He says he experiences 110 pain. This Easo is different from that Tim a museum Fame whose body is covered Witti hard ridges skin like Scalos but he w As born that Way. Wood first discovered his condition seven years ago. One Day we Hilo wielding a paint Brush he noticed that his hands were becoming very stiff. Hie skin the Palms was hard and to feared paralysis would result. Or. Herman was then House surgeon Tho w Ard Wood now occupies in Bellevue Ana there Wood wont for treatment. Tim doctor Xmas unable to do anything More than give him temporary Relief by rubbing Bim with grease. Ciuco . Herman left five Othor surgeons have endeavoured to cure Wood with no better result. For four Vars Wood did not know tile character ids trouble. Lathe meantime the hardening process extended to All parts it is body. The skin has retained its natural color. When the patient is Given his daily treatment Fie is placed upright his feet in the same manner that a Lauder is raised. A Peculiar feature the Case is that in Winter the top Woods head becomes entirely Bald. In summer it is covered with a heavy growth hair. On the Back his ears he has callous spots like corns the result lying in an unchanged position so Many years. Hundreds doctors in this City and from other cities have examined Wood hut none their suggestions have resulted in any improvement in his condition. I lie disease is supposed to have its origin in Tho nervous system. In medical books it is diagnosed both among skin and nervous diseases. Tho stiffening will probably Continuo the patient does not die from other causes until it ends in contractions Tim Muscles tile Hody. This would soon cause death. Why he was feeling so Blue Ile was the life the party the night before but something went wrong. Chicago Tribune Quot what a the matter old Man a he said As they met the morning after. Quot you look Quot i feel Quot but last night von were the jollies member the Quot i Felt Jolly a a you acted like a boy jest let out Quot i Felt like Quot you said your wife had gone away for the first time in three years and there Wasny to any one to say a word if you went Homo and kicked Over the mantel Quot i remember a you said that if you stayed out until 4 clock there was no one to look at you reproachfully and sigh and make you feel a a yes and i stayed out until 4 clock did no to i a Quot you certainly Quot Aud i gave an Indian War whoop the doors ten a a a yes. Anc you Sang a Verso from a comic opera song and tried to dance a a and my wife had missed the Tram. Now go away and leave me. I want to kick my self a Little More for not taking the precaution to get an affidavit from the conductor that she went with the san Jose Shook. Worst earthquake Felt since 1864. Light Tower 240 feet nigh swayed ten feet windows smashed. Concussions too Sapid for accurate count. Ban Jose Cal. June 20.�?Tho worst shocks earthquake California has Felt since 1864 aroused the inhabitants this City and the entire county at 3.03 clock this morning. A series sudden and Sharp concussions accompanied by a rumbling sound passed through this cite. Tile vibration being from Northwest to Southeast. The concussions Camo in such Quick site. Cession that it was impossible to count Tho shocks but they lasted about 20 seconds. There were perhaps to seconds interval and then Camo another Shock not so Sharp As Tho preceding one but with greater Oscillatory motion and the duration the two shocks was fully a minute. The first Shock was so violent that the electric Light Tower at Market and Santa Clara its. 240 feet High was swayed Al least to feet out perpendicular. In Tho san James and Yan demo hotels which Are largely filled with Eastern tourists a panic prevailed. Mon and women rushed half Clad into the corridors. Tho entire City rocked like a ship in the trough a rough sea and the second Shock rows buildings Rose and fell with a slow in dilatory motion. The first Shock proved disastrous to crockery window Panos and chimneys. One partly erected Brick building was tumbled to Tho ground. Strangers cared for. The limit reached. Chicago Tribune Willie Mamma done to they keep Cream at a Creamery Mamma yes Willie. A and they sell hens at a Hennery done to they a a yes. Run out and play a and then Mako cans at a Cannery done to they a Quot yes. Done to bother Mamma any More just now Willie. I am you can buy pots at you a Quot Willie if you done to hush i shall have to punish you. Silence for about 16 seconds a Mamma if i wanted to buy a dog would i have to go to a Dogger a a William i shall certainly Quot a if i should go to a Tannery and cot some Tan would they throw in Tho freckles Mamma a whack whack whack considerate. Judge Spiggett who stutters by by you Are a fraud sir. Gargoyle confound your impudence if you did no to stutter i d make you Swallow you words. Spiggett what do difference does that my make Gargoyle i m afraid you a choke the hyphens. Churches in America for All nationalities a Cardinal Gibbons very indignant at officious europeans. Baltimore md., june 20.�?cardinal Gib Bons in an interview yesterday took occasion to refute Tho statements made to the Pope that Tho spiritual condition and needs foreign sneaking catholics in Tho United states were not properly provided for. Among other things he said Quot the vast number churches which Are erected throughout Tho United states not Only for the English speaking population which forms the great mass the american Catholic people hut also for the spiritual Benefit tile various european nationalities reminds us that the Catholic Church is a family formed Many nationalities. Quot it is a vast Ocean into which Stream from other continents flow. Quot it is Gratifying to Tho european immigrant coaching Here a stranger to our institutions to find Liim Solf at Home As soon a i enters Catholic Church. Quot Tho Bishops Tho United states while discharging their duty towards tile great English body Tho faithful Are not unmindful tie spiritual wants those who speak a foreign Tongue. Quot this is evidenced by the fact that almost every sunday witnesses the dedication some Church for the use poles lithuanians bohemians germans canadians italians. Quot i venture to say that the Hierarchy no country in the world is paying More attention to the spiritual wants foreign torn Catholic people thou Are the prelates Tho United states. Quot they Are earnestly endeavouring to have the gospel preached to them in their native Tongue during their transition period which occurs before they Are absorbed into Tho great English speaking world around them. Quot tile City Paris has a Large Colony English and German speaking catholics Vienna and Berlin have also lame populations French and English Ana other nationalities. A the City Rio do Janeiro in Brazil contains also a Large population catholics win do not speak portuguese Tho language Tho country and yet m these great centres if i am correctly informed Little no provision is made for the foreign Catholic population. A with those facts before us we cannot View without astonishment and indignation a number self constituted and officious gentlemen in Europe complaining the alleged inattention which is paid to the spiritual wants the foreign population and to the moans redress a which they have thought proper to submit to tile holy see. A a Speaks to 250,000,000.�?� Rev. Thomas Dixon a High raise for Tho Popes encyclical. New York june 29.�?in remarks preceding his Sermon at association Hall yesterday morning. Rev. Thomas Dixon. Jr., treated the Popes encyclical. He said Quot the latest encyclical Pope Leo Xiii. On Tho labor problem is one the most remarkable papers that has Over emanated from the Vatican. A it is in every Way worthy the greatest tile Popes who has occupied Tho throne St. Peter. Quot it Marks an Advance anything that 11ip been produced by the head the Catholic Church certainly within a Century. A the Pope has shown himself in tins letter to be a profound scholar and thinker and Tulip abreast with the great question the Uge. Quot say what we May As protestants Rome and romanism. I co Xiii Speaks to Tho consciences 260,000,000 people Speaks with an authority possessed by no other Man Earth from their Point View. Quot what he says is therefore vast importance to the world. Quot we May disagree with him we May dispute the grounds which he oases his author to but we aunt dispute the fact his vast influence. A let tile protestant a world read carefully this letter from the Pope Rome. A in some respects it Marks a new Era in the history Catholic Church life and it is Worth Hie while Verv protestant to Ponder Exvell its every the first Lighthouse. Detroit free press. I the pharos at Alexandria was the first Light bearing Tower which we have any record. It was built White Stone and stood tile Island pharos near Alexandria in Egypt. It was 300 feet High and its Light could be seen for Many Miles. Josephus states that its a beaming Summit could to seen for 300 40 English Miles. It was 12 years in busing. The pharos Lighthouse was illuminated by huge Wood tires. Previous to this time mariners Yvere warned at night their approach to land by Coal Wood fires that were built prominent headlands. The pharos was erected under the reign if Foley philadelphus b. C. 332, the same King who commanded the septuagint old testament to be undertaken in the hellenic versions. Sast Ratus. The architect immortalized his name by having it inscribed Oil the pharos. Cows that live in the air. Fannie b. Ward you would hardly be Able to guess where some the cows Are kept that furnish the milk the City Lima Peru a not All them but a few. Nowhere else than the tops suburban houses As the roofs Are perfectly Flat the a ominous people utilize them for All manner rur oses notably for Heneries pigs ties dog vennels gardens where Flowers and Vega tables grow in boxes laundries and even Bara Yards. In Many cases a Lima cow sends All her Days the roof her owner s residence having been taken up when a calf Ana brought Down at the end her life As fresh beef. In the meantime she is fed Aifa Lafa tropical Clover land the slops from the Kitchen. Chicken coops Are still More common the roofs dwellings Andia at

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