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Boston Weekly Globe (Newspaper) - March 17, 1891, Boston, Massachusetts Hive you renewed free to any one sending 3 subscriptions and $3.00. Subscribers May be either old or new have you renewed free to any one sending 3 subscriptions and $3.00. Subscribers May be either old or new vol. . La. Boston. Tuesday morning March it 1891. Price five and and Ranger pets of Rudol a thoroughbred even when in an awkward Eider Harrison a Fine specimens the horse of the presidents of the United states have with few exceptions been very sorry animals As regards length of Pedigree Richness of blood and style and finish. President Washington was an excellent judge of a horse As he had a right to be inasmuch As Tho Belt of country in which he was born Aud grew to manhood began very Early in the life of the Colony to import the very Best sons and daughters of Gogol Plain and Dailey arabian the two horses to which the greatest racers in this country and in Europe Trace their origin. The landed Gentry of Westmoreland. Lancaster King George Gloucester and other counties in Eastern Quot Virginia was a hard Riding and race going people Early in the lath Century there was a race course at Fredericksburg As Early As 1770. At w hich the Washington Lees masons Mccartys garters Monroe marshalls and others of Tim f. F. were to be seen whenever a race was to be run and that was quite frequent previous to Aud subsequent to the revolutionary War. Not a few of the clergy of the Church of England wore also present on these occasions for they not Only know a Good horse when they saw one and loved it for its qualities of Speed spirit docility and lameness being that they were saxons but were also hard riders and on occasions not averse to following the hounds. So it is natural that Washington having been brought up under Sulci auspices should have been extremely particular in his mounts and in regard to the horses which he used in his coach. His famous Gray Charger was an entire son of the still More famous Barber horse Ranger imported to new London. Conn., about 1765. He was a Flap Plo Gray 15 hands High and of Tho finest form symmetry and finish. Good judges of the horse now admit that peas the Hest arabian Ever imported to this country. As evidence of Washington a remarkable knowledge of the qualities that contribute to the making of a Good horse it is related that at the siege of Boston his attention was attracted to the superiority of the steeds that composed the cavalry from the Valley of the Connecticut. Calling Quot Light horse a Harry Lee into his counsel it was Learned upon investigation that they were sons and daughters of Ranger. Capt. Lindsey was thereupon promptly sent by Bim to the Connecticut Valley to Purchase the horse and he was subsequently taken to Virginia where he became known As the Lindsey arabian. The horse Gen. Putnam Rode when he galloped Down the Steep Declivity of too Steps and escaped from the British was by Ranger and the full brother of Washington a Charger. President Washington a coach team surpassed in elegance of finish and action those of his immediate successors. The four famous Gray stallions that Drew mrs. Washing Lon to Philadelphia when Congress convened. Were bred on Washington a Plantation. And were half bred arabians. He said in one occasion he preferred the natural horse because of his Superior courage spirit strength endurance and lameness. Jefferson s almost plugs. President Jefferson who affected More Republican simplicity than the first president in the appurtenances of his Menago. Used for his coach the Strong but Ordinary Virginia horses that were bred at that period in the Mountain Region of Albemarle they were not exactly plugs As cold blooded horses Are sometimes called but were fat. Sleek and cumbersome Iii their gait and Safe for the ladies of the family for. Or. Jefferson being a Virginia gentleman scorned the effeminate practice of Riding in coach in his journeys to and from Richmond Philadelphia and later on Washington. His famous Saddle horse Archy was a son of the famous sir Archy of which John Randolph once said Quot if you want a Saddle horse Breed to sir Archy if you want a Carriage horse Breed to sir Archy if you want a Good Racehorse Breed to sir the son of imported Dionie was bred Bear the Jefferson Plantation close to the yellow Waters of the Rivanna and when or. Jefferson Rode through the mud on Pennsylvania av., in route to the Capitol to attend his inauguration As president and threw the reins of his Steed Over the Fence palings As he dismounted it was the son of his favorite sire that bore him on memorable occasion. The atlases were indifferent the Adames father and son cared Little for horses of any kind and More specially for blooded horses. The puritans and their descendants were not fond of racing. Rather they despised it As a worldly failing and therefore gave the monopoly of it to the descendants of the Cavaliers. The horses the Adames used when president however were Good substantial animals bred in new England not speedy but nip Strong. Franklin Pierce loved horses. On the other hand thai popular son of new England Franklin Pierce not Only loved a Good horse but he bred several Good ones. His menage while president was stocked with some of the Hest descendants of the Justin Morgan and Bishops Hamble tonian that could be procured in new England. Gen. Pierce was also partial to the tally to Breed of horses on account of their lofty action and courage. It was one of this Stock that he Rode in Tho mexican War. As did col. Richard Dana in the War of 1812. President Pierce bred Cassius m. Clay 54, on his retirement from the presidency. 3 Jackson thoroughbreds. President Andrew Jackson had a profound contempt for a horse that was not thoroughbred. Poor As he was when he bade his old Irish Mother Goodby at the Cabin door in the swamps of North Carolina and then swinging himself into the Saddle turned the head of his horse toward Tennessee to seek his Fortune he Rode from the maternal Homestead a Well bred horse and throughout his life would mount none other. Quot our ancestors a lie was heard to remark a used to go to War on entire horses. Why should we not do the same a such was his habit when an officer in the army. He Rode tile Hay stallion Cedric at the Battle of new Orleans and he is represented As being mounted on a stallion in his statue in Lafayette sq., Washington although every one that has seen it Hopes for Jackson a Sake that Clark Mills did not save the selection of the horses lie be strode b life. President Jackson brought with him to Washington six horses two for the Saddle and four for his coach. The coach horses Yere half bred and according to the old residents of Washington were splendid animals. Zach Taylor a Good judge. President Zachary Taylor was next to presidents Washington and Jackson tile ii est judge of a horse that Ever held the office. That Section of Orange county Virginia in which he was born was the Home of the thoroughbred Long prior to the revolutionary War. A race of wealthy planters such As the Barbours Pendleton Aud Madison settled there at an Early Day and bred blooded horses extensively. Senator John s. Barbour of Virginia a descendant of the Barbours named is at the present time the owner of one of the largest Breeding establishments of tile Light harness horse in the Southern states. Gen. Taylor Rode Only entire thoroughbreds in the army. His favorite Saddle horse during the mexican War and Brief incumbency of the White House was a White thoroughbred stallion named old Whitey an animal of great Beauty which was bred in Kentucky. His Carriage horses of which he had four were half bred geldings. Lincoln indifference. When president Lincoln became a resident of the White House there was purchased for him in Central new York a pair of very Styish Black Carriage horses the reputed Price being $.�?~1000. Or. Lincoln did not possess the proverbial Southern love for Good horses and was an indifferent judge of them. The Black team were of tile Tough Morgan bread and lasted him As Long As lie lived. He Seldom Rode on horseback during the term of his administration although he was used to the Saddle. He was an awk Ward looking equestrian on account of his Long limbs and bowed posture. When he visited the army of the Potomac which he did on occasions his Riding excited considerable ridicule on the part of the cavalry. His seat seemed to be firm enough hut he Rode bowed so far Forward in tile Saddle that he seemed impatient to ret ahead of his horse which attitude added to the tall silk hat which lie wore on All such occasions gave him a decidedly eccentric appearance. In the Early Spring of 1863, shortly before Hooker moved on Chancellorsville lie reviewed the army on the Plains of Stafford near Fredericksburg. On this occasion lie Rode a Bay horse much too Small fora Man of his Stalwart proportions. His feet nearly grazed the ground As he galloped along be Side thai Kerr a truly heroin figure on horseback and whoop this occasion a mounted on a milk White arabian stallion that bad been taken in Maryland and presented to him by ids great admirer. George Wilkes of new York City. Or Bod v s caving Iii the Saddle As lie sped along by tile Sid of Hooker Olio u As a hard rider his legs Well drawn up to provent collision with Tho projections of the Earth and ids tall hat Well settled Down on the Back Ofhie Siead made a picture that the army laughed Over for Days thereafter. Grunt a in nil it Hillman. President Grant brought to the White House several fast trotting horses. His Mavorite Saddle horse was a half Spanish bred horse named Quot Jeff Davis a which was captured from the Plantation of Joe Davis during the Campaign in Mississippi. His Carriage team were lofty Hays of thoroughbred and trotting blood. A Span of ponies were subsequently added to the menage for the children. President Grant was a Good reins Man Anil when on a Good piece of Road was not averse to testing the Speed of his horses and that of others who tried to pass him. His son Fred minister to Austria and Buck Grant As lie was called severely tested Tim Bottom of the presidents Trotters on the Brightwood Road and whatever fun the father failed to extrac t from the animals the sons harvested. Ordinary animal. The horses presidents Hayes and Garfield used during their incumbency were Ordinary any particular merits As to Breeding. They required safety not Speed and not much spirit and action. Arthur a Civ a Good horse. President Arthur loved horses and while he did not claim to to an expert in horse flesh he knew a Good horse when to saw it. The White House stables were never so full of horse except perhaps in Grant s time As during Arthurs. He had horses for every Day in Tho week. And the capacity of the Carriage House was also sorely tried. All of his horses with the single exception of his daughters ponies were cobs and had the High knee or Trappy action of Tho race. They were English throughout from the stubby hairs on their reached Manes to their diminutive and sadly abbreviated tails. Every horse in the stable was a clipped horse and an exceedingly proud brute to Hoot. When or. Arthur turned Over the reins of government to or. Cleveland the menage was scattered to the four winds at auction regardless of Price and Many a Man in moderate circumstances got a bargain. Cleveland High header. President Cleveland brought with him to the White House a very stylish team of Seal Browns of considerable Bone and substance. They were High headed and during the four years they were or. Cleveland a property their necks were never constrained by the use of Check reins. With the coming of mrs. Cleveland the president increased his holdings in horse Llesh. A team of medium sized and Mettle some Sorrels were purchased at mrs. Cleveland s request and Over these she held the reins exclusively and with admirable skill. The Seal Browns were disposed of at auction for a Small sum when or. Cleveland gave was to president Harrison and subsequently went to Boston where to this Day they Are objects of adoration to the Beacon St. Mugwumps. Harrison love the Well red. President Harrison As the grandson of a virginian and lie from the Tidewater Section of the state at that naturally has an inherent love for a Well bred and Well developed horse. Ilia Grandfather president William Henry Harrison admired the thoroughbred hut on Parade where martial music stirred their blood and especially on the Field of Battle he thought them too excitable and therefore preferred the half or three quarters bred horse As being safer and More tractable. President Benjamin Harrison brought with him to Washington three horses and admirable specimens they Are of the Breeds they represent. The Carriage team of the president were bred in Indiana and Are respectively 7 and 8 years of age. They Are Rich Cherry Hays and stand 16.1 hands High. In style and action they Are As one horse Aud with one exception Are the handsomest Carriage team in Washington. Or. Russell Harrison had their tails which swept the ground mutilated soon after their arrival in Washington and those useful and ornamental appendages Are now being slowly restored to to Weir Normal state. The near horse Billy is by Argonaut a famous sire Aud lie by the immortal a hero of Chester a Rys Dick a hambletonian. His weight is about 1200 pounds. His mate Aba lab is a grandson of old Abdal lab who unappreciated in his native state new York was sold into Kentucky Aud when his get demonstrated his Worth repurchased Abdallah when Iii condition weighs 1400 pounds. The president has humanely refused to permit these or any of his horses to be clipped. The third horse which the president brought with him is a Noble blood Hay 16% hands High named Lexington. He is a grandson of the great Lexington dam a Mare of hambletonian blood. He is a horse of great substance and Power and is excellent in Saddle and harness. His blood like head and eyes betray his Royal Breeding. Lexington was bred near the town of that name in Kentucky is 7 years old and was purchased near Cincinnati for Tho presidents use by an intimate Friend. The president desiring a Light driving team for his rather heavy mail Phaeton. Secretary of War Proctor who is a vermonter and who thinks tile morgans of that state the greatest Breed of horses on Earth selected for the president a Short time since a medium sized Span of roadsters of that famous Breed. They Are a very Fine and even stepping pair of animals. It has been said that a Poy can Wear out an Iron rocking horse As easy As a Man can Wear out a Morgan horse and this team would by appearance seem to warrant the statement. These four horses comprise tile presidents menage hut private Secretary Halford has standing in the department portion of the stable a thoroughbred which he uses As a combination horse. He is a red sorrel hut is too Leggy to Long endure on Washington pavements. The presidents carriages consist of a Brougham Laudau mail buggy and a Cabriolet tile latter a technical term for an Extension top Wagon. The presidents favorite Carriage and the one that he uses tile most is the mail Wagon. It is Roomy Tho Elliptic Springs giving it an easy motion hut heavy and cumbersome. The several sets of harness used by the president for his several vehicles Are of the Hest materials and the ornaments Are Silver plated. While not ornate in trimmings they Are All in excellent taste. Determined to please him. Rehoboth sunday Herald particular customer i want an Oyster Stew and i done to want the oysters and liquors Aud milk All mixed in a mess and merely heated. I want the milk carefully boiled first then the oysters added next the liquor and finally after it is taken off the seasoning. To very particular about the milk. It must be Sweet and Rich and above All things be careful to get Good butter. Only the Best and freshest Gilt Odge Dairy butter should he used. As for the oysters. I want the very finest to be obtained any there no common mud oysters for me. Now done to forget. Waiter yes sail. Do you wish the oysters with or without Sah customer with or without what waiter pearls Orleans mob avenges chief alleged assassins shot Down in their oils or hanged. Failures of seven Days new York March 13.�?the business failures occurring throughout the country during the last seven Days As reported to r. G. Dun amp co. And e. Russell amp co. Of the mercantile Agency today number for the United states 239 and for Canada 34, or a total of 273 As compared wit i a total of 265 last week and 290 the week previous to the last. For the corresponding week of last year the figures were 262, representing 217 failures in the United states Aud 35 in the Dominion of Canada. An editors advice. Drakes Magazine pompous author to Veteran editor a Liat would you advise a Man to do whose ideas Are in Advance of the times Veteran editor i would advise him to sit quietly Down and wait for the times to catch up italian government will demand a strict account. New Orleans ta., March 14.�?a Mas meeting was held this morning at to of Loek to protest against the verdict of the jury which returned six of the italians charged with Tho murder of chief Hennessey As not guilty. After meeting at the Clay statue the mob started Down to the Parish prison. Three Hundred of the men marched first to the Hall where the meeting was held last night where today a work was decided on and procured Winchester rides. These rifles were said today to belong to a state militia company. Tho mob then started Down the Street headed by w. S. Parkerson a lawyer As commander and j. D. Houston and w. C. Wickliffe As lieutenants. Or. Parkerson is the organizer and loader of the Young menus democratic in the last election swept the City Defeated the regular democrats Anil elected the entire present City government from mayor Down. Tho Centro of the mob was comprised of 300 men in military arrangement four abreast and armed with rifles. There were also three carts with ladders to storm the prison if it became necessary and ropes with which to Lynch the prisoners. Around Tho armed men were a mob of 3000 to 4000 persons a few of whom had rifles and shotguns hut the greater majority Only pistols and Many no weapons at All. Some 200 Drew up in front of Tho prison on Orleans St., while other squads formed in mantis therae and Stanne sis., completely surrounding the building. Tile crowd in front called for Tho sheriff and when capt. Lem Davis in command of the prison presented himself Gliemo Ballod on him to open the great Iron Gate. He declined to do so said that to could Only surrender the prison when Tim sheriff ordered him and called on the mob to disperse his proposition was greeted wit i groans and howls and messengers were. At once despatched for crowbars axes picks and other instruments with which the great Gate could lie battered Down. Thuv w Ere obtained in a few minutes hut they made but slight impression upon the Gate which is one of the strongest in tile country it was proposed that artillery lie hauled up and the door battered Down with shots hut in the meantime one of the other gangs had found a better Way to enter Tim jail. This was by Means outline Side Gate on Treme St., known As the captains Gate the Only other Entrance to the building. This could have been strengthened but was not. The mob found that Only a thick wooded door stopped their Entrance. On the pave ment Lay some Large beams which had been deposited there friends of the mob so As to be used As battering rams. Those beams soon broke in the door which was finally chopped away by a coloured Man with an axe. The leaders of the mob however stood by Tho Entrance and Only 60 picked men were allowed to enter the others being kept out with difficulty. Once inside they found that they were prevented from going further by High Iron railings. One of the Deputy sheriffs however stepped Forward said that it was clearly useless to resist longer and handed one of the mob a key. The door was unlocked and the men rushed into the prison proper. The mob rushed through the visiting room looking into the various cells. Some of them started to shoot into the first cell they saw. Hut were warned by the Deputy sheriffs that the men confined there were not the italian prisoners. Finally Tho cell in which Scattini was confined was pointed out and the mob poking their guns through the bars opened fire on him and to fell dead. When Macheca a cell was reached it was Lound that Tho door was opened he ran Down stairs with the men Iii Pursuit. He tried to conceal himself in a cupboard but he was hit Over the head repeatedly with the butt end of a ride until to was dead. The mob then started Hunting for Tho other prisoners. Six of them following the direction of an old negro went Down stairs into the coloured women a department of the jail. They were caught sight of by their pursuers As they descended. A there they Are a yelled one enthusiast. Quot Hurrah said another. The cry was taken inlay those in the lobby. The door leading to the gallery was thereon opened and the backs of the assassins were seen disappearing Down tile winding stairway leading into the coloured Yard of the female department. Not a word Wra spoken a half dozen men quickly ran the length of the gallery and in a quiet but very determined manner descended tile stairs. When the italians saw themselves cornered they set up a howl for mercy. Their cries were heard throughout the division and they made a break for the end of the Yard towards Orleans St. Under Tho gallery. Suddenly a voice said a give it to them a and instantly three guns and a pistol belched Forth a rain of Leaden bullets. The last Man Gerachis received one Load in the Back of the head and turning a Complete somersault fell on his face and never moved again. Then monastery and Jim Caruso fell. Their backs and Heads Wero literally riddled with bullets. Ramero with a cry of anguish crouched Down on his Knees with his head buried Between his Knees. He avas shot to death in that attitude. He was the Only one who had his hat on and notwithstanding that it was riddled with bullets it never left his head. His Black Prince Albert coat was Torii to shreds by the bullets. Gerachis w As instantly killed. Caruso moaned but once after he fell. Monastero never moved a muscle after the Load was poured into him. Lamero. Who fired at a half dozen times Ana each time he was hit attempted to raise his head hut at that moment lie received a charge from a Breech loader in the right Side that caused his body Tore bound and he never moved again. Marc lies was alive at 12 of clock when the Coroner viewed the bodies hut was fatally wounded. Several of the prisoners escaped. The mob had taken Incardona Aud was about to shoot him when Parkerson their Leader interfered declaring that the judge had pronounced Incardona innocent of tile murder of Hennessy. Matrangas life was similarly saved by him. The boy Gasparo Marchese was saved by some of the Moi w to took pity on his tender years 14, and hid him Between two mattresses. Gun Zerie who weighs Over 200 pounds and Pietro hid in a ilog Oguso and escaped Aud four other italian prisoners who were confined in a notifier portion of the prison Wero not found or disturbed. The crowd outside the prison heard All the firing hut did not know what was going on until some one came to the Side Gate on Creme St. And announced that four men had been killed. This was a mistake As nine had already been despatched. The crowd outside howled for some Lynching and it was determined to bring out two of the prisoners who were still alive and Lynch them. It had been originally intended to Lynch Macheca but he Wras dead and Politz and Baguette were selected instead. In a Little while there was a pushing and jostling at the doorway and then some one shouted Quot Here they come. In a few seconds Politzi face appeared Iii the midst of the men pressed together in the narrow passageway. It was ghastly looking but the miserable italian did not seem to understand what was going on. He was without his coat and was hatless and his Bushy Black hair was dishevelled. He was dragged to the Corner of St. Anne and Freme St., where there was a gaunt Lamppost standing. Some one threw a rope across the Heads of the Cool and collected men who were pushing the prisoner along Aud when the Corner was reached a Man scaled the Post Aud threw the rope around it. There was already a noose at the other end and this was hastily and imperfectly adjusted about the neck of the italian. Then ready hands at the other end tugged at the line and the body was hoisted in the air tile face White As Chalk being turned upward to Tim Bright sky above. But the rope did not hold at first and the body slipped Down to the pavement again. Only for an instant however did it remain there. In a couple of seconds stronger hands Drew it taut again and soon the body of the unfortunate Man was dangling from the Post As soon As it was High enough to make the Range of shots go upward and Over the Heads of Tho people a dozen loud reports rang out and the blood gushed from Politz face and Many shots literally riddled his body. Then the rope wit i which lie had Wen hanged was wrapped securely about the Post and Politzi body was left hanging in the Broad Daylight. A few minutes afterwards Baguette was brought to the front of the building on Orleans St. And Hung to one of the Trees in the Park t Here. He was suffering from a gunshot wound in the head when lie was dragged out and was dead before they Conin swing him up. Or. Parkerson. Tile Leader of the mob then appeared at the Side Entrance of the jail declared that he had performed one of the most painful acts of his life but which he did not regret and advised tile crowd to go Home peacefully. At this Point Tho crowd Heman led the punishment of of Malley Tho detective accused of bribing the jury. Or. Parkerson sail a if you have any Confidence in me and my associates a Quot yes we have a a yelled the crowd in chorus. Quot then. My fellow citizens go quietly to your Homes and i Promise you that or. Of Malley will he attended to properly a when or Parkerson had finished his speech the dense mass of humanity broke into wildest kind of cheering Anil lifting or. Parkerson upon their shoulders bore him away from the scene of one the greatest tragedies that Ever occurred in the history of new Orleans. Then they marched today statue where they quietly dispersed. Tim entire Aff air lasted barely an hour. The mob reached the Parish prison at 10.20, Ami Baguette the last Man to die was Strung up at 11.08. When poli zips body was hanging on the Lamppost on the Corner of Treme and Stalin sis., his red flannel shirt was Cut up and distributed among the mob us mementos. Baguette a trousers were treated m the same Way. So were the ropes and even the tree upon which he was Hung. Of Malley the detective for whom Tho mob started after killing the italians got out of the Way by Only a Low minutes and was last seen making for Tim Woods As fast As he Eon id run. It is generally believed that he will riot come Hack As he Lias been wailed that lie will be killed if lie does. The feeling was almost As hitter against him As against Tho italians. Tile italian Consul. Signor carte was All the morning looking for Iii governor but could not Rind him in time. Sheriff Villero was also looking for gov. Nicholl. Chief of police gaster drove by Clay so. A few minutes before the mass meeting. And said that it was so quiet there he anticipated no trouble and thought it would he an Ordinary mass meeting. The general impression is that the authorities had no intention of interfering with the mob believing that nothing could he done to Stop it. And that tile Only result would he to cause bloodshed. About an hour after the shooting a Large Force of police appeared at the Parish prison to try and keep the crowd in order. It had then swollen to several thousands and continued to increase everybody in the City apparently desiring to visit the scene of the tragedy. Question for diplomacy. Grave International episode thought Likely to be the result. Washington March 15. Baron fava Tho italian minister hero has received several telegrams from the italian Consul at new Orleans giving particulars of the Lynching of the members of the mafia yesterday lint Tho Baron refuses to discuss the matter at All with members of the press or to intimate in any Way what action his government will take. That Italy will demand damages and a Money indemnity is generally believed As according to Well informed authorities on International Law the United states government and the state of Louisiana Are responsible for Tho deaths of these men. At tile time they were lynched they were supposed to be under the Protection of the jaw and awaiting judicial process. Being in prison they won without weapons of any sort. And Wero entirely unable to protect themselves. It was tile duty of the state to have protected them. According to All accounts tile civil authorities made not the slightest attempt to protect the alleged assassins and thus became responsible for their deaths. Italy will not look to tile state of Louisiana for indemnity but to Hie United states and or. Blaine May find that a very delicate diplomatic question. A prominent Diplomat whose opinion was asked today by the Globe correspondent said that in audition to asking a Money indemnity Italy could do Fiot Nung less than demand that tile Lynching party be put on trial for murder and in that event and in View of the International aspects of the Case. It might be held that Only the United states courts would have jurisdiction and that All the Power of the Federal government would he brought to Bear to bring the guilty to Justice. All this,.of course proceeds on tile Assumption that these Lien had not become naturalized and very few of them renounce their allegiance to to Weir native country. Mon Here who have lived in new Orleans for years and know what an inflammable population that City has say they will he very much surprised if the despatches from there during the next few Days do not Tell of further deeds of violence. They say they would not give two cents for tile lives of Parkerson Wickliffe and the other leaders and that sooner or later they will fall beneath the deadly stiletto of tile members of tile oath bound mafia. What a great Many people expect and dread is a concerted outbreak on tile italian quarters by tile americans. In that Case the horrors of the Cincinnati riots or the Paris commune would be repeated Only tenfold As the sicilians and italians would fight with All the desperation of men who knew they had ropes around their necks and when once aroused they would Stop at no atrocity. Blaine takes a hand. Conveys to gov. Nicholls the presidents desires in the matter. Washington March 15.�?Secretary Blaine tonight sent Hie following Telegram to gov. Nicholls at new Orleans department of state i Mardi 15, 1891. I his excellency Francis t. Nicholls governor of Louisiana new Orleans it has been represented to the president by the minister of i Taly accredited to this government that among the victims of the deplorable massacre which took place in the City of new Orleans yesterday were three or More subjects of the King of Italy. Our treaty with that Friendly government which under the Constitution is Tho supreme Law of the land guarantees to the italian subjects domiciled Iii the l listed states a the most constant Protection and Security for their persons and property a making them amenable on the same basis As our own citizens to the Laws of the United states and of the several states in their due and orderly administration. The president deeply regrets that the citizens of new Orleans should have so disparaged the purity and adequacy of their own judicial tribunals As to Transfer to the passionate judgment of a mob a question that should have been adjudged dispassionately and by settled rules of Law. Tie government of the United states must give to the subjects of Friendly Powers that Security we Hie i it demands for our own citizens when temporarily under a foreign jurisdiction. It is the Hope of the president that von will co operate with him in maintaining the obligations of the United states Tow Ards italian subjects a who May to within the perils of the present excitement that further bloodshed and violence May be prevented and that All offenders against the Law May be promptly brought to Justice. James g. Blaine. Italian government aroused. Rome March 15.�?the italian government has instructed Baron de fava Tho italian minister at Washington to present a vehement protest to the United states government against the action of the mob in new Orleans political "views.�?�opinions, facts and shadows of impending . Hoar Halo water sen and others in the symposiums. The Man in the chair. Washington Star Quot what a that a inquired the patient As the dentist started toward his Mouth with something that looked like a gum shoe. Quot of that a Only a rubber dam for your said the dentist soothingly. Quot Well put it in a assented the victim you la find a lot More of another sort in there As soon As you begin to yes but did he really Lowell citizen Quot did he leave a w Ife a Quot no he left a widow Quot Quot of a Ingalls on Western secession from the republicans. Louisville ky., March 9.�?mr. Watterson publishes a double leaded editorial in Tho courier journal this morning headed Quot a few words of in it he says a in Tho midst of the rejoicing which followed the november elections and Tho democratic ground swell they brought us one dissonant note was heard our discouraging word was Skokon and to this effect that tile Victory was too great to last and that before Tho presidential Campaign of 1892 we could lie Rolirod on to perpetrate some Folly setting it All at naught. Quot four Short months have passed and already signs Are not wanting that Point to the verification of this sinister two Points of disturbance Are being advanced to mar our counsels. One of these relates to the nomination of or. Cleveland the other to the adoption of some As yet undefined but altered policy As to Silver coinage. A a touching tile first of these the reflection ought to Lessen till anxiety of these opposed toil that it depends largely if not wholly upon the action of the democrats of new York. If new York comes to Tho next National democratic convention resisting the nomination of or. Cleveland or seriously divided upon it his nomination would to suicidal. Iii that event the party will he compelled to quit new York to seek for a nominee elsewhere Tor nothing could to More absurd than the suggestion of setting aside or. Cleveland and substituting gov. Hill or any other new yorker in ids place. Quot touching Silver this is to he said All of us in the West and South Are bimetal ism. A of tis Are friends of the double enemies of the single Standard. A of us believe that the expanding needs of the country require and that Tim country will assimilate a still larger circulating medium Aud look largely to Silver As the basis of tile currency Winch is to succeed the retiring National Bank notes. Quot the people of Tho West and South Are sorely distressed and perplexed. Twenty five years of class distinction in the government have done their portent work. Quot the democratic party is All that stands Between the people and anarchy on one hand and oligarch ism on the other. It has always shown itself equal to the emergency. It will do so now. Hut in order to so do. It must off with the old love before it is on with the new. Quot one thing at a time is As Good a Rule in Public As in private life and it will to quite time enough to consider How we shall Cross the River of our discontent Isth As to a nominee and a financial policy when we get to sex senator Ingalls explains causes of Western discontent with his party. Sex senator Ingalls in an interview expressed himself Verv freely As to Tho prospects of his party a Success in the next presidential election lie says if Tho Republican party nominates an anti Silver coinage candidate in 1892, and inserts a Plank of the same character in its platform it is doubtful if it could carry two states West of the alleghenies. The Gravity of the situation is not fully apprehended nor appreciated in the East. A there is a growing fooling of resentment among Western Farmers at die injustice of society the unequal distribution of wealth Bern i its and burdens. They have seen an enormous preponderance of die wealth of tile country accumulated in the a Tel and believe thai their products and implements have become the prey Aud tools of the financial Gam Tilers and shylock of the East. The East has been growing Richer and Tho West poorer. Quot they regard Tho Republican party in a measure As being responsible so far As in their eyes it Lias obeyed in legislation Tho dictation of Eastern leaders manufacturers Aud capitalists. Quot Western people believe that a Safe and abundant circulation is necessary to activity in business and that Scarcity of Money is occasioned by stagnation and Low prices but the Fiat or irredeemable palier Money idea has few a it is obvious that the Alliance is in no sense due to local casualties by tile rapidity w Ith w hich it has extended into Iowa Illinois and Indiana. It is making great headway Iii Ohio and there will be 300,000 Alliance voters in Ohio at the election the coming november. Quot As regards the farm mortgage question that has been but a minor Factor in the cause that led to november a upheaval. It if course the maturing of the debt and the inability to pay cannot he disregarded in considering the causes of discontent but i Ani inclined to think that the personal element has not Cut much of a Quot has the Western Farmer undergone a change of heart on Tho Tariff a he was asked. Quot the views of Western republicans or those who have hitherto been identified with tile Republican party have undergone an essential change on the Tariff question. They regard the present system As inequitable Ami As favouring the manufacturer and the merchant More than the producer and consumer. In their estimation Tho Tariff question follows the Silver Issue in consequence and importance. What May be described As the a sectional issues has practically a a reciprocity said or. Ingalls Quot is regarded in the West with favor but there is no enthusiasm Over it. It is regarded very largely As a device of politicians intended to distract people from lie real issues in which they Are interested. It has no great political significance at senator Carlisle thinks the Farmers Alliance is a formidable movement. Senator Carlisle left for Kentucky last evening. In speaking of Tho political situation lie said Quot i do not anticipate that the Farmers Alliance craze will prove a permanent Factor in National politics but it will have like All other single idea movements to run its course. The fact is not to be disguised that the Alliance movement is More formidable than anything we Liao had. Quot the Alliance has secured three United states senators who May hold the balance of Power in our body if they choose to occupy that position. In Tho House they Are conceded eight men but they claim 20. This is a Good showing and were not Tho democratic majority so abnormally great they also would hold the balance of Power there. No one knows what May come out of it we can Only wait Aud see. Quot Tho Silver Issue is Likely to be a Paramount one. It would not Surprise me to see the democrats and republicans of the East Ami Middle states and portions of the West including Ohio Illinois and Indiana standing together and simper Ting the same candidate in opposition i free Silver from now on politics will grow More exciting and the people will tie drawn More and More into the vortex of peaceful strife Over the selection of a president for the next Lour booming already. Senator Palmer of Illinois looms up As a presidential possibility. Washington March 12.�?the election of or. Palmer to the United state Senate May. Under certain circumstances make him a candidate before the next democratic convention. The Best informed politicians at the capital believe that there is a possibility that while gov. Hill cannot get the nomination in 1892 himself he May be Able to so Divide the party in new y Ork As to make the nomination of or. Cleveland not situation might develop and make or. Palmers nomination probable in spite of his age. He is 73 years old but is vigorous and the Way he has held on in this fight for the senator ship shows that he has a Cool head and Fine staying qualities. He has an unusually Good military record is liked by the Farmers though he is solid on finance and his popularity in the state of Illinois has been strongly attested. Democrats say that lie could certainly carry that state. La ii fact that lie was acceptable to the Farmers Alliance members of the legislature Tor them to vote for him indicates that to possesses a drawing Power Iii a direction where the democrats generally think it is needed. If he should develop into a Candi Date for the presidency it would probably be with Cleveland influence at his Hack Ami because Cleveland decides not to he a candidate of Cleveland goos before the is possible that Palmer Mav figure conspicuously at Tho Tail of the ticket As or. Thurman did. The election of Gen. Palmer cuts Down the Republican majority in the Senate to six assuming that Peffer of Kansas and Kyle of South Dakota act with the democrats. And Micro is hut Little doubt they will do this on the Tariff and other economic questions. The Legislatures which will be elected this fall will determine whether Tho Senate for the next few years will remain Republican or have a democratic majority. A number of senators go out on Mardi 4. 1893, and to these Legislatures must they look for a verdict. Those whose terms Are out two years hence Are blod Ett of now Jersey Bate of Tennessee Cattan of Texas. Daniel of Virginia Faulkner of West Virginia Gray of do i a Ware. Pasco of Florida Turpin of Indiana. Gorman of Maryland George of Mississippi and Cockrell of Missouri All democrats and his oct of new York Casey of North Dakota Sherman of Ohio Quay of Pennsylvania Aldrich of Rhode Island Edmunds of Vermont Allen of Washington Sawyer of Wisconsin. Warren of Wyoming. Slot to of Idaho Hawley of Connecticut Hale of Maine. Dawes of Massachusetts. Stockbridge of Michigan Davis of Minnesota Sanders of Montana paddock of Nebraska and Stewart of Nevada All republicans and the senator who will in a Day or so be elected to succeed the late senator Hearst. A. Mai Rick Low. For the old ticket. How to choose a dog. Excellent Points by an authority. The Hest Hunters the first for children. The Host fashionable. Newfoundlands not Only out of style but almost non existent. Rhody s democracy Are unanimous Davis renominated for governor. Providence r. I., Marcia 12.�?the democratic state convention convened at 11 of clock in music Hall this morning the ticket is As follows governor. John a Davis of Pawtucket. Lieutenant governor w. T. C. Wardwell of Bristol. Secretary of state e. D. Mcguinness of Providence. Attorney general Ziba o. Slocum of Providence. General treasurer Jonathan g. Perry of South Kingston. The platform demands free raw material for the manufacturing industries of this slate and lower taxes on the necessaries of life for our people generally and it denounces Tho policy by Means of which Tho Eastern states Are reduced to the position of the fiscal Feuda tories of Pennsylvania and Ohio. Quot Tho 61st Congress a it goes on to say. A with its Reed and Mckinley. Its Force Hill and its sul Widy act its suppression of debate its extravagant appropriations. Which threaten a deficit in the United states Treasury and its Many other sins of omission and commission has passed into history with the most overwhelming verdict of the people of these United states against it. Quot Weare in Faro Rof elections by a plurality instead of majority vote a More uniform franchise than now exists Freedom of judges from legislative control except in the Ordinary Case of impeachment and additions to executive Power and responsibility. For those and other needed reforms a constitutional convention is necessary and we favor it for these reasons. Quot Tho democratic party believes in ballot Reform and having supported its operations in the past now advocates its Extension to All other elections and to the caucuses of the party hereafter to be senatorial opinions on the next Campaign. New York March 14.�?the Philadelphia press prints letters from a number of United states senators on the probable candidates of 1892. Senator Hoar writes i do not think there is As yet any marked feeling of preference among the republicans of Massachusetts As to their candidate for the next presidency. Massachusetts democrats feel a Good Deal of respect for or. Grover Cleveland but tile expressions do not represent a very deep seated popular feeling among the democratic masses. Frye writes in my opinion the administration of president. Harrison Lias in every regard commended itself to the republicans of Maine. But they Are very Loyal to or. Blaine and would probably Pretor ids candidacy to toot of any other Man in the country. I believe the democratic preference would be decidedly for or. Cleveland. Doithi Higgins Gray Jones of Arkansas and Quay say the favourites in their states Are Blaine and Cleveland. Mcmillan says Michigan will vote for Alger Aud Cleveland. Senator Hale of Maine said that the Tariff will he one of tile leading issues in the next National Campaign. Quot it will be impossible a lie said. A to keep the Tariff from being one of Mio leading issues of the Campaign because if no general Tariff Law is reported in Tho House and no fight is made to remodel Tho entire Law. Some changes will he suggested and probably attempted. The people will expect this and the Tariff questions will be const Antly under discussion by the masses. I will not say that the Silver question will lie greater in its importance As an Issue but it will run Side by Side with Tho no democratic postmasters. Washington March postmaster general has had prepared a list of All of the presidential Post offices which Are filled by democratic postmasters and whose terms of four years have not yet expired. That the president and postmaster general will under no consideration appoint a Democrat is shown by to Weir action in the Case of postmaster Corse. Despite the tremendous Republican influence which was behind him Ami which asked for his reappointment tile postmaster general refused to listen to ins reappointment for one minute solely because lie was a Democrat and lie considered Mio offices should be All tilled by republicans. The president also took the same ground and maintained that he should not he asked to appoint a Democrat. If Gen. Corse could not be appointed it is certain that no other Democrat stands Tho slightest Chance. It was officially stated after tile president had refused to reappoint Gen. Corse that it was done partly in Mio Way of a rebuke to the democratic party in Congress for the Way in which they had Quot obstructed legislation amt to punish them for their sins among which doubtless is to be counted the greatest one of All that of having been victorious last november. Palmer of Illinois after 154 ballots. Springfield Iii., March la a Gen. Palmer was elected United states senator on today a first ballot at 12.45 p. In. Tho verification of the Roll showed every Republican voting for Lindley every Democrat for Palmer Moore and Cockrell for Palmer. And Taubeneck for Streeter. Quot on this the 154th ballot a said speaker crafts Quot tile whole number of votes cast is 204. Necessary to a Choice 103, of which John m. Palmer has received 103 votes democratic applause. A. J. Streeter one vote and Cicero j. Lindley too votes and i hereby declare John m. Palmer duly elected United states senator to represent the state of Illinois in Mio Congress of the United states for the term of six the joint Assembly then adjourned sine die. _ some minor Points. Stash the democratic state auditor of. Connecticut Lias a droll and original w a of conducting his relations wit i gov. Burke key the hold Over governor. When Bulkeley sends a Bill impersonal to himself staulo recognizes it and of course Bulkeley a official authority. But if Hie Hills Are for Bulkeley a pay or that of ids Secretary he rejects them. Iii other words Bulkeley is legally Iii Mio gubernatorial office so far As general business goes hut his Legal character departs and he be coins a usurper when he attempts to draw any pay for his services from tile Treasury in accordance with tile statute tile Wisconsin Assembly wednesday passed the civil rights Bill which puts Trio Black Man on a footing with tile White Man. The democrats during the debate charged the republicans with forcing this Issue upon the party in Power after refusing to pass it during the 25 years of Rule in the state. The original Bill made it a criminal offence to refuse the privilege of any Public place to a Black Man. The amended Hill applies Only to inns Aud conveyances by land or w Ater and makes a penal offence. The republicans in the new York state Senate carried their Point in the contest Over tile presiding officer questions whet Lier . Jones shall have Tho authority to put a democratic substitute in the chair for the entire period of his absence from Tho state capital. There was a disgraceful scene in the Arkansas House of representatives tuesday. Tile lie was passed Between e. C. Mitchell of Boone Ana ii. C. Head of Little River and then began throwing in stands Spittoon and other movable articles at each other. The combatants finally apologized and quiet settled Over Tho scene. The California legislature in joint session wednesday balloted for United states senator with the following result m. M. Estes. M. H. De Young 24 Charles n. Felton 13 scattering 2u. Goucher Democrat Wiio Lunier demo Atio caucus arrangement was substituted for Ostrom received the full democratic strength 25. He dog is As ancient As human history. Rome Bud its fighting dogs sometimes used in Tho great Arena fighting tile lion and other beasts of prey its knowing dogs or household pets and its Hunting cos for the Chase. These dogs came from la parts of the Earth then known to till romans. The fighting dogs came from Asia the House dogs from Greece and Tiro Hunting dogs from Northern Europe. Alexander the great possessed a dog that could tackle a lion. Three thousand years Ulysses was recognized by ids old dog Argus after ids own Swineherd pm mams failed to recognize him. All the wealthy personages of ancient times had to Weir valuable and noted dogs. Plutarch tolls us of Alcibiades who Cut off Tim ornamental Tail of his 8700 dog. Myron the sculptor immortalized it in Art by putting it in Marble. This was 2000 years ago. Today dogs Are in As great demand. A Good dog is still the beet of companions whether for Man woman or child. Ladies Carvy them let to Weir arms. Children Romp with them. Gentlemen Hunt with them ride with them w Alk with them. But a Good Many people Tell a St. Bernard dog from a Newfoundland. Tho inexperienced Man or woman might deem Tim Mongrel to he a Good dog. Several years of close study and observation in the Field and Kennel and As judge at Bench shows have raffle to thoroughly familiar with dogs of All Breeds and Mio following hints on till selection of a Good dog Are Given for the Benefit of those who have not Given Tim matter sufficient study the Hest Hunting Una. Probably Tho most useful of All dogs is Tho Hunting dog. Thoro is a great Deal of game All Over the country and much interest is taken in Hunting. When Amati starts on an expedition lie takes with him a sorter or a Pointer. Among most sportsmen Tho former Lias the preference on account of his Long coat. Which is a pre Lection against Briars and also a Means of keeping the animal warm. The Pointer being a Short coated dog. Is preferable in warm climates and in open country he is the equal of the setter owing to tile fact that he can run for a longer time without requiring water. Setters Are generally used North while pointers Are preferred in the South. Of late years pointers and setters have been bred up to a very High Standard. There Are three different Breeds of setters a English Irish and the Gordon. Of these the English setter is Tho most tractable the Irish setter being somewhat the Gordon not possessing the amount of dash and Speed of either in the selection of an English setter Puppy. Tile following characteristic Points should he noted a a Loarl defined Skull Ami muzzle the latter being straight from Eye to nose and Square at the end Eye dark Iii color and mild of expression ears Low set and lying Fiat on tile Cheek neck of Good length without Throat Ness a superabundance of skin on the under Side of the neck shoulders slanting ribs Well sprung Hack of the shoulder loins Strong Ana very slightly arched stifles Well Bent legs straight and possessing a fair amount or Bono feet round and Well padded and toes close together Tail curried on a line with the Back coat a Silky and straight. The most fashionable colors tire Black White and . Next in order comes tile Blue Belton which is White with Small Black markings. After this comes Black and White Lemon and White or liver and White. In he latter frequently occurs in Well bred setters hut is Nota fashionable or desirable color. The least desirable color is solid liver. Aside from color which in the Gordon setter should lie Black and fan the Gordon a conformation is similar to that of the eng bsh setter with the exception of being a trifle heavier throughout. The Irish setter should to of a deep mahogany red lighter and of a More racy build narrower in the head and with less coat. A Well bred setter Puppy costs about $50, whereas an adult dog possessing Superior yield qualities and Well broken often Sells for 8600 or 81000. In selecting a Pointer Puppy Tho instructions Given in the Case of a setter will apply with the single exception that a pointers coat should be Short and mod eni Tely hard. Liver and White or Lemon and White Are considered equally Good colors. In pointers As Well As setters a preponderance of White is desirable As they can lie far More readily seen in cover than dark or solid coloured dogs. Pointer puppies Cost about the same As setters probably a trifle Leas. Tho i a of ii i Collie hog. A most useful dog especially to Tho Farmer or Stock Raiser is the scotch Collie. He readily learns to Herd cattle or sheep and in this respect is far ahead of a Man. A Collie should Nave Good length of head somewhat wedge shaped moderately Broad Between Tho cars and tapering to the nose Skull Flat not domed with a slight depression Between the eyes ears Small and carried Semi erect. He has two Coats one known As the too coat Long and rough the other the undercoat flirting close to the body and fur like malting the animal impervious to rain and cold. The coat is a Verv important matter. As the Collie is exposed to All sorts of weather. In general conformation lie should indicate activity and endurance. A Collie Puppy can he bought for $40. An adult dog is Worth $100 up. I have known one to fetch $1600. Fashionable pet hog. The most fashionable pet dogs Are the Small varieties of spaniels viz., the King Charles Blenheim and Prince diaries. They should not weigh Over eight or to pounds. The Skull should to very round muzzle Short Mio Shorter the better with a decided depression where the muzzle joins tile Skull eyes should be Largo round and prominent ears Long and pendulum and Pla Eod Low on Tho head coat Long straight and Silky. As to color the King Charles is Black and the Blenheim Lemon and White and tile Prince Charles Black White and . The japanese Spaniel is different in that its ears Are Short and its Tail is carried Over the Back in the three varieties first described the tails Are docked. The prevailing color of tile japanese Spaniel is Black Aud White or Lemon and White. A Puppy of any of these Breeds is Worth about $50 an adult dog from $200 to $300. But there is another Little dog Turnt ladies love to fondle and that is Mio Yorkshire terrier. This dog is somewhat smaller than tile Spaniel and weighs from four to seven hounds. Its coat should be Long and Silky. Tile Coats of some of these dogs. When parted in the Middle of the Hack reach to the ground. The color on the Hack should lie of Silvery Blue legs and head of Golden . A terrier Puppy can he had for $35 or $40 an adult dog from $100 up. The handsome St. Bernard. For a gentleman a place in the country there is no handsomer or More desirable dog than the St. Bernard. He is especially kind with children and proves an excellent guard. He is gentle and at the same time courageous. Within the last eight years there have been Many St. Bernards in dotted at High prices,6500 having actually been paid for one. The appearance of a pure St. Bernard should be As follows Skull Broad muzzle Short Square and deep ears Small and carried close to the Cheeks eyes benevolent in expression height from 30 to34 inches at the shoulder weight Between 150 and 200 pounds immense done and with a general massive appearance coat about 5 inches in length and profuse without inclination to curl. A but two colors Are recognized the Tawny Orange with White markings and Brindle with White markings. The most desirable markings Are a solid coloured body with White Blaze in the face White Collar ruffle paws and tip of Tail. Many Well bred St. Bernards however May be almost entirely White. There was a time when Newfoundland dogs were prime Favori ties. But that Tim is past. The disposition of the Newfoundland is not altogether reliable. I he Areca has completely run out in this country. I ii Ore Are probably no More than two or three Good specimens Here. And even on to Island of Newfoundland it would be hard to find one. There Are still a few in England i however. It is customary to Call every Rug Black rough coated dog a Newfoundland by those inexperienced in canine matters whereas such a dog May not have one drop of Newfoundland blood in his veins. Another erroneous impression is that a Newfoundland dog s Coit is curly. The truth is Itria of the same character As that of the by. I Bernard though of coarse Black in color. As companions All strains of setters Are i More or less favored As Well As collies Hull j terriers Fox terriers Field mantel. Copper spaniels pugs and innumerable other varieties. The Breeds mentioned Are those most popular. H. Clay Glover d. Vjs., veterinarian to Tho Westminster Kennel i club copyright 1891. I a Tho Bole Syndicate Presa new York. J was Blaine outwitted Brazil gets the Best of the treaty of Trade a the arrangement give americans no better advantages than before. Washington March . Blaine great a a Triumph a of diplomacy in negotiating Tho brazilian reciprocity treaty which a to make All of our manufacturers Rich at one stroke now turn out to be As hollow and empty As nearly All of or. Blaines other great diplomatic achievements. The brazilians Are quietly laughing at the great american statesman and the English merchants who practically Rule Brazil Are not at All apprehensive of losing their grip and their profits. Senor Mendonca tile brazilian minister while lie talks Iii a very guarded manner about the treaty and or. Blaine knows that his country has Tho Best of the bargain. He i has sent a detailed report on Tho subject to ills government explaining the situation. And lie adds somewhat significantly that when this report is read in Brazil the opposition to the treaty there will vanish. As a matter of fact. Secretary blame has been outwitted in the treaty which was announced with such a flourish of trumpets. This is certainly the Case if the results Are computed in dollars and cents although it maybe possible that or. Blaines policy is not arrived at in merely commercial Adan it is a fact that tiffs country has offered a free Market of 65,000,000 people to the raw material produced by less than 15.000,000 people and it will have great cause for congratulation if for several years to come it receives anything at All in return. Any calculation Winch is based on the possibility of crowding out England from tile markets of Brazil is certain to prove false it is into that from this time on the brazilians will buy no flour except of american manufacture aint will also patronize us in certain specialities such a agricultural implements. There will lie however no sentiment in thin. It simply Means that Brazil buys our flour because it is the cheap Cost Anil takes our Spades and ploughs because these articles fast longer when they come from Tho unit d states than when they come from England. It is simply a matter of climate. Mood seasoned in this country will not crack and Warp in the Simiu arc innate of Brazil. Is tiffs True of Tisz other articles which Are in the treaty not at All. The american manufacturer cannot produce goods except at a Cost of fully 16 per cent. More than it costs to manufacture the same articles in England. He wants ii per cent. Interest on ii in investment. The englishman is Content with 4. Labor is la per cent dearer hero than in Europe but the improved machinery Here reduces that percentage to 7. Ail monetary transactions with Brazil have to he executed through London. That adds from i to 2 per cent. As there Arn no american a a tramp steamers an englishman has to he chartered a. An expense of 2m per cent More and the american broker wants a commission besides. This 15 per cent. Offsets Tho reduction Winch Brazil Lias made in its Tariff and american goods instead of finding an exclusive Market in Brazil will actually enter that country Only on unequal Competition with those from european countries Aud sometimes at disadvantage. It is not difficult to find an illustration which proves these statements trim. Coal is on the free list of Tim treaty and the Pennsylvania Coal men have been told that a new Market Lias been found for them. As a matter of foe Chou i Lias always been on Tho free list and yet never a ton of american Coal has Ever gone there. Tho reason is simple. The american Coal producer has already Learned that he cannot pay the Cost of mining the Cost of Exchange and the Cost of freighting and sell ins Coal As cheap in the brazilian Market As the Coal which comes from the card Iff mines. The Braz Ilian purchaser buys tile cheapest and besides he uses bituminous Coal and the United states would Send him Anthracite which he does not want. The greatest obstacle in Tho Way of building up Trade with Brazil is yet lobe named. The English manufacturers with a Reserve capital of millions sell to the brazilian importer on nine months time at 3 or 4 per cent interest which is 2 per cent More than ids Money could earn at Home. Tho importer Sells on six months time to t lie retailer. At from 8 to 12 to r cent interest and the retailer in turn makes his profit in a Shorter period. Consequently the steamers which bring Coffee and hides and sugar to this country do not return Laden with american goods. They Load with wheat or Cotton sail to England and return to Brazil with English goods. They do that now and will continue to do so. Of the $42,900,000 w hich this country pays to Brazil As the balance of to Ade annually every cent goes to England to pay Tim debts of the brazilian buyers Ana it will be Many years before tiffs condition changes. Already a number of brazilian firms have refused to buy of american manufacturers because credit was limited to 30 and 60 Days and it is a fact that the american goods which will find an increased Market in Brazil Are Tho identical articles which were already pushing out european manufactures for the reasons already Given before any treaty of reciprocity had been entered into Between that country and tile United states. A. Hattrick Low. Getting together. Blaine and Paunce Fote arrange preliminaries for arbitration. Washington March 13.�?sir Julian Paunce Fote Tho British minister had aeon Fer Enop with Secretary Blaine at the state department today. It related principally suit is said to tile arrangement of preliminaries for the submission to arbitration of tile various questions at Issue in regard to Behring sea fisheries on the basis suggested by or. Blaine and accepted by lord Salisbury with certain modifications. Presidential postmasters. Official record of appointments and changes in two years. Washington. March 13.�?the records of the Post office department show that during the two years of the present administration ended March 4. 1891, there were 2754 appointments made of presidential postmasters. Of this number 478 were made upon resignations 96o were made upon the expiration of the commission of the incumbents 778 were made upon removals 74 were made to fill vacancies caused by death and 459 were made at offices which were raised from fourth to the presidential class during this two years term making a total of 2754 changes. The whole number of presidential offices in operation on March 4. 1891, was. However. 2899. At 290 of these offices no changes have yet been made. The apparent discrepancy which a comparison of these figures shows b accounted for by the fact that in some cases presidential offices where appointments Hail been made were afterwards relegated to the fourth class some failed of confirmation necessitating two appointments and at other offices two appointments have been made during the present administration on account of death. A talented Salesman. New York weekly fair customer is this real antique. Furniture dealer a Era modern revival and Era evolution of an ancient court style fair customer doubtfully a what kind of Wood is it dealer impressive a Wood Madam this is the Wood that poets have raved Over when abiding to the music of nature it is the Wood that first greeted the eyes of the weary pilgrims at Plymouth Rock As the mighty Trees. Incl in verdure Bent beneath the Snow it is the Wood that even now attracts invalids to the forests where it grows. It is pure Madame genuine

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