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19 May 1891

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Boston Weekly Globe (Newspaper) - May 19, 1891, Boston, Massachusetts Four family Nike he the weekly Globe. It will pay you handsomely to renew. A Lac lotion Fri Cockly 6lobe. It will pay you find solely to Renow. Your family needs the weekly Globe. Vol. Xix. 20. Roston tuesday morning May 19, 1891. Price five cents. Breeding in Kentucky. Scientific horse raising Down South. Foundation Stock not Bine grass makes hew England a second. Tinny a Good finisher and Handicap rate run just to suit him. At the present writing a in. The years that have marked the development of the american National Type of horse the Trotter that state lying South of the Ohio River and known As Kentucky has led the world in the production of the trotting bred ii use. Writers of More or less prominence have ascribed the wonderful Success of that Region to the Blue grass of Tho state and Given undue prominence to it. This was All very Well before California gave us a Stamboul a Sunol a Palo Alto and a Freedom new England developed a Nelson and bred a Pamlico while new York state showed a Frince Regent and a Belle Hamlin. The nearest competitor that Kentucky has is California and in the matter of fast records at an Early age they Lead even the old state Freedom is the yearling Champion Sunol holds the record at 2, 3 and 4 years old. There it ends for Kentucky bred Jay Eye see the Champion 5-year-Olu, which has occupied the throne for eight years. Maud Was also bred in Kentucky and she still holds the worlds fastest Mark. But it is not in this that the lesson lays it is in the records of the Standard on the track. In the Breeding interest and the thousand and one Points that Appeal to the intelligent horseman in View of the work of new England bred horses in the past few years it is sure that this Section can Breed Trotters that will go As fast at maturity As any. The Bisson has reel drummed into is so Long that we cannot compete with Kentucky in Early Speed that it has been accepted As a fact. Now there is no earthly reason Why we should not keep up with our Southern neighbors in this Early trotting Lino if it is gone about in Tho proper Way. The first essential is the Brood Mare element that is so Strong a feature in Kentucky the next is the willingness to run the chances of sacrificing a promising youngster in Tho interests of his family. In making this second statement it is intended to convey Tho idea that the youngster going for a fast Mark is to be keyed up and bruised As we Are told Axtell was in his wonderful Campaign of the year 1889, neither Kentucky or new England can Ever Hope to compete on even terms with the sunny slope where Lay the Homes of Freedom and Sunol for. With the climatic difference in favor of California either Kentucky or new England is handicapped from three to five months in the raising and development of a yearling Trotter. I he Odds can Best be appreciated by Colt handlers. To look for a moment at Kentucky and new England and contrast the chances of Breeding Trotters there is one Point where this Section will never equal the Southern is. That is in the uniform Breeding of 2.30 horses. That is simply because Kentucky the Moulds for making Trotters tried generations while new eng by what it can and Trust to and tested to land has to buy what it can Ana Trust to the future to prove Tho correctness of the judgment. Kentucky bred horses Are coming Here every year and there can be no doubt that where proper selection is made the Stock will be improved but where we import to they Are raising hundreds Down in the South. There Are other sections to be supplied and while we get our share Ive cannot expect to beat them on this Point. Given even Stock to work with new England will Breed and develop the Trotter a Illy As Well As Kentucky and they will b As Early. I left new England d struck Lexington Whei Mere the by Mccoy g equally so fan just a pril 29 and struck Lexington when the Colt training school in where the Bower May Brook Curry Scott Mccoy George St. Clair Joe Thayer and the other famous reins men preside was in full order. I saw them go and held a watch on them at All stages of the mile but i saw Billy of Neil drive a 3-year-old Colt at Mystic a Quarter in 34 seconds and saw no such Early Speed in Kentucky. I do not know just How fast they have been going in new England lately the full length of the mile but the Best work i saw in the South was a 6-year-old Mare go three heats in her work. The first was a mile in 2.44% the second in 2.60% and the third in 2.38%. Of course i heard of the usual Spring Quarter in 30 seconds and the half in 1.05, but i did not see anything better than the above quoted performance Aud i was at the fair grounds every Day in the two weeks i spent Down in a a old Kaintuck. They told of a mile better than 2.17 Down in Tennessee by doctor Sparks the son of Cyclone that went a mile in 2.20va last year As a 3-year-old. Nobody believes in the first place that they would Bruise a Colt so fast in his work Ana in the second they thought he had not the Speed so Early in the season. The talk that Kentucky weather lays Over new England is nonsense. Col. William l. Simmons who owned George Wilkes and who was so prominently identified with the Quot hero of Ash Grove a that they Call him George Wilkes Simmons told me that the gland East winds were gentle summer zephyrs to the Winter winds of Ken a i a Al Al i Pup try Rpp new England East winds were gentle sum rss hard place to keep a horse in Good health. Tucky. They have a wet season Down there in place of the Snow of new England and a in the Spring time they track any faster than we is As Good As theirs and our fall no earlier not get on the o. Our summer in Ato guru i men Usu oui a xxv it icon for in october at Lexington it is usually cold Comfort watching a trotting meeting. Vhiere then in weather do they Lead us the whole truth is this. California has the climate but the majority of her Brood mares Are Short pedigreed. New England is Only Awakening to the possibilities of scientific horse Breeding. Kentucky has the foundation Stock Aud the Best of All the royally bred mares of the producing lines. The kentuckians Are greater advocates for the open air than Are new englander. Not a Day passes unless the weather is too severe when Tbs Colts and Brood mares Are not turned out into the pasture. Barney Treacey turns his Colts out when the win terms Chilly blasts Are blowing on the principle that he is not Breeding not House Oro a autos. The Colts Are foaled in the pasture and they Trot alongside the dam All summer. Exercise is what builds them up and there is no Loose Box rearing to cramp the youngsters limbs. New englander Are Apt to Breed a Mare to a stallion because he has a fast Mark or because he has got 2.30 performers without stopping to consider if the blood will ,�?T1 or in other words if the combination is that which has produced fast horses. In Kentucky they think Well of what they a Are doing. The average Man in the Breed fins business in Kentucky and when i say j that i mean the actual manager of the farm not the owner necessarily is better than same in talks blood lines there with the facility of Long acquaintance and there Are coloured hustlers and rubbers in Kentucky that can quote Wallace to the fourth and fifth generation of the prominent families with their produce. Kentuckians handle their Coits earlier than new englander and they do it a a the Best men Down there a a standing. _ Rev to the Hest men Down there Are averse to a a leading a a and Tho baby Trotters Are taught to pull a Oart from tile time they Are Strong enough. I saw Mike Bowerman drive a yearling Wilton Colt barefooted a Quarter in 63 a s., and the Little Lellow is the worst of three of the same age that Are being educated by Quot the boys a a As tile pair of Drivers Are called. I saw numerous 2-year-old Colts and fillies that can Trot quarters in from 38 seconds to 45, and that to Road cart while some of them will show quarters in 85 seconds in june halves in 1.13 or there about and Miles in from 2.25 to 2.35. Now in most new England Stock farms these Colts would be growing in comparative idleness. Their owners Content with enough jogging to keep them fairly Well muscled. This Early work Aud its benefits or raw hunks is not to to easily decided. Kentuckians favor it new englander do not. They Are paying their Money and they take their Choice Kentucky has no better Colt handlers than we have Here. There Are no better men than Jock Bowen James Golden Jerry of Neil George Hicks and men of that stamp. Far off Fields Are Beautiful and one is prone to think highly of men that one Only sees through the Best work they a comply. By new Eagland is Well equipped Aud Only needs the material to work on. What new England wants is a Good in Nort Tiou of mares that will mate with the Many grand stallions owned in this Section. A Good judge can pick them out in Kentucky and if it is judiciously Dom the horse interests of now England Hill to benefited. They Are Down there in All strains inbred and out bred in All colors and All lines of conformation % Idle speaking of inbreeding i saw a Sample of it that is hard to heat i was at Ash Grove looking Over Jay Bird. William a. Eagle Bird. Betterton Young Jim Monte Toto Villy Sayre and the others of that wonderful farm when col. Simmons said a i will show you what they Call a Sample of incestuous Breeding. Now they say that it ought to he a monstrosity in conformation. As he spoke Bob Proctor Tho Beati Man of the establishment drove out a filly. She was a typical Jay Bird the big horse on Short legs. She was As handsome As a picture with clean shapely legs grand Odd Well coupled and with great lung Aud heart space intelligent Beati and generally a prize. She was by Eagle Birdne by Jay Bird. A son of George Wilkes dam by William Ahe by George Wilkes second dam by George Wilkes and to make it closer still this Mare was the dam of Eagle Bird. Tim relationship in this Case would Puzzle a Philadelphia lawyer and As the Mare maybe Brod to a Sou of Guy Wilkes the produce would have quite a percentage of the blood of the great Little Brown stud once known As Robert Fil. Opt not with any intention of perpetuating this Lingrain she was Brod As an Experiment. Line of Stock raising but she is a Trotter nevertheless and will go fast barring accidents this year. She is a 2-year-old. Allen Lowe. Discretion any Powers. Commodore Mocann to direct operations of the u. S. Fleet. Washington May 17.�?no information has been received at the Navy department regarding Tho movements of the Itata nor have any further orders Heen sent to the Charleston regarding her future movements. The Only Telegram received today was from capt. Remey saying the Charleston was still at Acapulco taking in Coal and that nothing had been heard or soon of the Itata. The Esmerelda was also in port and had been refused Coal by the mexican authorities. An order was sent today by Secretary Tracy to com. on his flagship the Baltimore at Iquique placing the Charleston under his immediate command. This order will give com. Mccann practically discretionary Powers regarding the future course tile Charleston shall pursue in her Chase of the insurgent vessel. As there Are now two acting rear admirals in chilian Waters com. Mccann on the Baltimore and com. Brown on the san Franciso command of the Squadron will devolve upon Admiral Mocann As the senior officer. Both admirals however kept their individual copy hands Aud will in future act in concert. It is not thought Tho order of the Secretary today placing Tho Charleston under the direction of com. Mccann will make any change in the policy to he pursued by the Navy department relative to the Pursuit of the Itata. The order was issued because the officials of the Navy department believed that tile movements of the Charleston As Well As those of the other vessels of Tho Pacific Squadron in search of Tho Itata. Could to better controlled under orders of com. Mccann than under orders from a place so far from the scene of action As Washington. Secretary Tracy said tonight that he expected nothing new from the Charleston for at least 24 hours and that Tim situation remains practically tile same As it was yesterday. Com. Mccann he said would remain As the senior office in command of the naval forces on the Pacific until the chilian difficulty was settled and would ultimately return to his command of Tho South Atlantic station when com. Brown would assume command of the Pacific station. It is thought the Charleston will take at least two Days and perhaps longer to Coal. As ships of her class cannot Load fast owing to the location of some of Tho Coal bins. This will depend however entirely upon the Quantity of Coal she needs to fill her bunkers. By the time she has coated some new Light May be thrown on the whereabouts of Tho Itata but for the next two Days the Charleston will Likely remain at Acapulco Iii the meantime keeping a Lookout Tor Tho Itata and watching her Consort the Esmerelda. An official of the Navy department said tonight that it was not at All Likely the Esmerelda would seek to procure Coal at any of the seacoast towns on Tho Central american or colombian coast As these countries would undoubtedly act As Mexico has done in refusing to violate the neutrality Laws by aiding the insurgents to replenish their Coal supplies or procure munitions of War. Quot Itata out of thought Esmerelda May have thrown Charleston off her track. City of Mexico May 17.�?the american warship Charleston and the chilian Nian of War Esmerelda Are lying at Anchor near tile Entrance to the Harbor of Acapulco. The chilian Captain says that his vessel has not called at any american port. Consequently he says it is not probable that the United states authorities will interfere with the movements of either himself or his vessel an officer of the Esmerelda in reply to a question put to him in the Telegraph office at Acapulco As to Tho probability of an old fashioned sea Light Between the Charleston and Esmerelda said in a jocular and rather ambiguous Way Quot of the Itata is already out of danger. She has plenty of Coal and provisions to carry Lier to her this remark has Given Rise to the report that the tender Itata coated at sea and proceeded to her destination while the chilian warship steamed for Acapulco to throw the United states authorities off the track. Al Universal the Only government Organ that has so far made any mention of the arrival of the Esmerelda at Acapulco says that in addition to the Esmerelda other chilian warships Are expected at mexican ports. A Telegram from Guatemala states that a Schooner Captain just arrived reports having seen two strange looking vessels under full sail proceeding in a southerly direction. _ costly curl papers. They were ten Dollar Bills and they scared a customer away. St. Paul Pioneer press a a put a Nice cur in my Mustache will you a said a Well dressed Man wednesday morning As he leaned Hack in a chair in a 4th St. Barber shop. Quot yes sir a said the Barber As he tucked a Towel under the Many a Chin. Quot ill put a curl in it that will stay a week who added a minute later As he pulled a couple of Bills out of his pocket find smoothed them on the customers shoulder. Then lie twisted up one Side of the Mustache and deftly fastened it with one of the Bills. The same was done with the other. The Man was surprised evidently at seeing Money used for curl papers Aud More surprised As he saw a big x in front of each tiie Barber applied the lather but the Man grew nervous. Quot is that Inouye you have twisted in my moustache a lie asked. Quot yes sir i always prefer Good american scrip to common paper or tinfoil. And then a he added after a pause Quot it gives tone to the Quot Well in be had Money in All parts of my clothes in my shoes and hat hand even in my undershirt but Well i never had it in my Mustache before. And they look like two saw Bucks Are they Quot yes Cadi is a ten. I have used two fifties hut that s when Looney was a Little More the Barber shaved away and the customer adeptly kept up thinking. Till chair was near tile door Aud tile faucet some feet Hack in the shop. When the Barber walked Back to wet the Towel after going Over the Many a face once the latter suddenly raised up sprang from Tho chair and bolted out the door. Quot hold on there you fool a yelled the Barber Asho ran to the door but the Man did Thold. He ran up an Alley in the same Block. Then Tim Barber sat Down and rare in while the others joined in with him. Quot i thought he was going to do that All the time. Well in be got the Best of the bargain anyway. He has got the shave and the Confederate #10-Bills, and in be got his a Thrifty mind. I Linsey weekly Tho collegian shall we be engaged again this summer or not the accommodating girls its just As you 6ay. The collegian Well we might As Well be engaged then but you won t expect another ring will you political promises. Developments in contest for House speaker ship. Springer Crisp and Mills Lay claim to Tho honorable position. Kentucky s platform who is governor of Nebraska. Washington May 14.�?representative Springer of Illinois left for Home this week. And before he went away he talked quite freely about the coming speaker ship fight. To claims that Illinois Iowa and Michigan will go into the caucus solid for him and Iii addition he will have enough scattering votes to make a very respectable showing. The friends of the Illinoisan say that after the complimentary ballots there will be a break to him and that on the third or fourth bul lot to will lie elected. While the caucus is a Long ways off and Many things May come up to upset the carefully arranged combinations at tile present time it looks As if or. Springer was far in the rear Aud that the real fight is Between Mills and Crisp with Wilson of West Virginia in an excellent position to make the running and go Tim front first under tile wire. Be Springer men have devoted Moat of their energies to trying to show that it would tie a bad thing to elect a Hon them Man speaker and that it would hell the party in the coming presidential election if a Northern Man presided Over the destinies of the House. Springer being the Only prominent Northern Man in the race this is another Way of saying that pc Ringor should be elected. If the democratic party is to he successful in Tho next presidential election As much depends on the coming speaker As on anything else. It is of much greater importance that Tho right Man Shoula to elected sneaker than it is to consider the Section of the country from which to comes. _ mlll3 tue Man. Congressman Crain of Texas tells just Why. Washington May Crain of Texas was in Washington today and was asked Wii at he thought of Tho outcome for tile speaker ship fight. He said Quot of course i am for or. Mills because from my standpoint i cannot understand How the democrats of the next House As exponents of the expressed will of the people at the polls can consistently advocate in preference to him any other of Tho Able men whose names have been suggested in connection with the High office of speaker. If the Prosperity of the country depends upon the Success of the party to which they All belong it is because the people believe that democratic Victory Means reduction of taxation which involves reduction of expenditures. A we Are not electing a speaker to suit republicans. There is altogether too much Toad ism in the democratic party. Or Mills has none of it in his composition to has done More than any other candidate for the speaker ship to make democratic Success possible. He responded to every request from East or West. North or Northwest to advocate democratic principles. His speeches were listened to by thousands Aud their effect May be judged of by tile democratic names that appear on the Roll Call of tie next House. Quot his position on every Public question is known. To is safely and soundly democratic. Hots no Tyro. He has studied All Public questions diligently. His enemies done to deny this. What profit is it to the party to have in the speakers chair an expert parliamentarian who is an ignoramus concerning Public Ani Tain in his views airs or w to is Uncer-i11 saying this no disparagement is meant or reflection intended upon any of the other Able gentlemen w to aspire to the speaker ship. Kentucky democrats great aced rehearse the articles of their belief and Hopes. Louisville ky., May 14.�?there was a Lively time at the democratic convention today. Senator Blackburn Mado a speech for free Silver and carried the Day though sex congressman Mckenzie fought him hard. One ballot was taken for governor but it did t show the strength of candidates. The platform adopted is As follows first the democracy of Kentucky declare their unfaltering Devotion to tile principles of Public policy which make tile party maintaining them As National in purpose and As popular in spirit As it was when founded by Jefferson. Second we congratulate the country that the elections of tits past year give abundant Promise of the overthrow of the Republican party Ami Tho final and com pm Etc restoration of the people to the control of the Federal government. Third we insist that Tariff Reform is the permanent Issue before the american people and denounce Tho Mckinley Bill As Tho most outrageous measure of taxation Ever proposed in Tho american Congress. It has increased tile burdens already upon Tim necessaries of life a taxes on luxuries that Are most Able to Bear them. It has made existence harder for every Farmer and wage earner in Tho land in Ord r that the profits of the Monopoles Amk trusts May be increased. It robs the Many to enrich the few and does not open a Market for a single Bushel of wheat or a single barrel of pork. In contrast with it the policy of Grover Cleveland and John g. Carlisle discourage unnecessary expenditure provide All needed Revenue cheapen what we buy and open the markets of the world to the products of our farms and factories. Fourth we recognize the fact that the United states is the greatest Silver producing Rountr Jln the work hand tender our gratitude to the democrats in the last Congress for their almost unanimous votes Iii both Bouses in favor of Tho free coinage of Silver and demand its restoration to the position of Equality before the Law Given to it by our fathers. Fifth we present for the consideration of the people of the bind the course of a Republican Congress which by its reckless profligate and ruinous expenditure of Public Money has in two years squandered Tho surplus of More than $100,-000,000 left in the Federal Treasury by the democratic administration while increasing in the most extraordinary and unprecedented manner taxation that will add to the distress of the people and that the same time he inadequate to meet the demands of those who Are using the government to serve their selfish purposes. Sixth we return thanks to the patriotic members of Tim last Senate of the United states who Defeated the unjust iniquitous Aud partisan measure known As the Force Bill. Seventh we commend to Tho people of the state the Manly patriotic and upright course of the chief Oxe outlive whom Tho democratic party gave to the Commonwealth tour years ago. And endorse his administration is consistent with the principles on which lie was nominated and elected. Governor or not supreme court will Palm upon Tho citizenship of Boyd of Nebraska. Washington. Slay 15.�?Justice Brewer of the United states supreme court today granted the application of couns i for or. Boyd who was elected governor of Nebraska. For a writ of error to Tho supreme court to test the questions involved Ai the decision of the majority of the supreme court of Nebraska who decided that Hows not an american citizen Aud therefore not eligible to the office of governor of be the supreme court meets again on the 25th inst., and it is the intention of or. Boyds counsel to move to Advance the Case on the docket and secure As speedy a hearing As possible. Reformers at Cincinnati. A conference of reformers meets in Cincinnati this week for the purpose of trying to arrange a Union of All reformers who can federate upon a platform demanding Relief on the Issue of currency land and transportation to arrange a systematic plan for the education of the Industrial classes on these Reform issues and to make such arrangements for the political conflict of 1892 As the conference Mav deem Best. The Farmers Alliance of Kansas is the promulgate or of the movement and with it Are the National Industrial Alliance knights of i Bor nationalist clubs the Reform press association and Many smaller bodies. Throe thousand delegates from All Over the country Are expected to be present. Michigan a legislators against the women. Lansing mich., May 14.�?the House has passe l the Bill increasing thesper fic tax on railroads by a vote of 81 to to. The terms of the Bill give a rate of 2 ii per cent on the Gross income pot exceeding $4<> a it a mile and 4 per cont on Gross income in excess of $4000 a mile. The increase is one Liaf of i per cent. In the first mentioned class and i per cont in the other. The increased Revenue to the state will to $258,000, figured on the earnings of the railroads Iii 1889. The Senate by a vote of 14 to 16, Defeated the Bill conferring upon women the right to vote at municipal elections. Documents saved. Big conflagration swoops through Muskegon. Muskegon mich., May 17.�?today 20 blocks of business Bouses and dwellings of this City Are in soldering ruins. The total number of dwellings burned was so. The total loss is $500,000. Tho total insurance is unobtainable. Many of the burned places have no insurance. Hundreds of families arc thrust upon their friends for accommodations. The fire started at 0.30 of clock last evening in the Lang Akell hotel barns just off Pine St., from an unknown cause and aided by a Strong wind swept away to blocks on Pine St., one of Tho chief business streets of the City. Then by a sudden shift in the wind the flames were driven toward Terrace av., oho of Tho finest residence streets in this City where they destroyed Many houses. By 9 of clock Tho fire had reached the Southern District of the City where there was More space Between the houses and the firemen succeeded in considerably reducing the Progress of the flames. As the High buildings burned there was great danger from flying firebrands and the firemen were obliged to continually shift their positions. The grand rapids engines were put to work As soon As they arrived. Among Tho More valuable structures wiped out were the Pine Street House the Philabaum Block Eckerman a drug store. Matthew Wilson a residence Sedgwick a wholesale store Mimi Chaoli a shoe store and the lamp Nakell. Tile i?100.000 court House was also destroyed but the Public documents were in the county jail. Which occupied the basement of the court House were liberated. Several cows and horses were burned and a Little child who was sleeping in the lung Akeri House barns where the fire started is missing. Among the sad incidents connected with the tire was the death of Harry Stevens assistant postmaster son of postmaster Stevens. He was very ill with pneumonia and Tho flames made it necessary to remove him to a place of safety. He died while earned through Tho greets. A dark skinned irishman. Henry Welches transformation from a White Man to a mulatto. New York May Case of Henry Welch who is at the presbyterian Hospital presents some strange Phenomena. Welch was born in Ireland about 60 years ago. And has been in this country about 36 years. For the past to years he has lived in new York and has been employed As a waiter in various restaurants. Up to six months ago lie was As White As any Man in new York. Last november lie began to be troubled with an intermittent pain in his stomach. He had a bilious look and in december his lace began to assume a tinge of yellow As if lie had attack of jaundice tile pain continued and the tint of ids skin grew Darker passing through Tim different stages of color that would become a Well burned italian a chinaman and finally a mulatto. On May i Welch was admitted to the presbyterian Hospital where his Case has created unusual interest. The physicians diagnosed tits Case As hypertrophic cirrhosis a disease of the liver. The seat of the difficulty lies in the Gall duct which connects tile Gall bladder w Ith the liver which it supplies with tile bile used in tile process of digestion. Encases of diseased fiver or deranged stomachs a b All Stone sometimes passes from the Gall ladder to the liver. The Gall Stone is a hard fragment something Uke a piece of Coral with Little spurs sticking out All Over it. Hie Gall duct is very Small and the Stone passing along tears and scratches the alls of Tim duct producing great suffering. The patient is now the color of a dark mulatto. Since his admission to the Hospital when he was told that to was not in fact a negro and never would be one Welch has been a pretty cheerful patient. He has been out of his lied and moving around nearly every Day until yesterday. Then he kept to his cd and slept or dozed nearly All the time. This is taken As an indication that the bile which s circulating through his system is beginning to affect ins brain. It that is the Case he is ii it Likely to know much More until his death. He will sink into entire unconsciousness and drop off in that state. Will not resign. Secretary Noble says he has no intention of leaving the Cabinet. St. Louis mo., May 15.�?Secretary of the Interior Noble is in Tho City on private business As lie declares. When called on by your correspondent he was asked Quot what is Thoro in the report that has been revived about you resigning from the Cabinet general a a nothing at All. I am at a loss to know in the first place How the report originated. I never for a moment contemplated resignation As my relations in Washington have been exceedingly pleasant and though the work at times is quite arduous. I always take pleasure in doing in speaking of president Harrison Secretary Noble said Quot the president has gained Many friends in the far West and his visit to the California coast has been a marked Success of which Good support will come when the next presidential nomination is made. Quot his speeches in Tho West we Ero a series of common sense talks Lull of Wise suggestions. And thoroughly appreciated by the while Tho Secretary talks thus for publication to a personal Friend lie said twill serve through tile administration but there is no Power in the world could induce me to again take a Cabinet trials of a Young lawyer. St louts Globe i Democrat when i was a Young lawyer i w As called upon to prosecute a suit for criminal libel against a newspaper in which i was ignominiously Defeated by one of the shrewdest tricks that i Ever heard of. One morning a Well known citizen came to my office positively foaming with rage. Ile exhibited a Cony of a obscure Sheet that contained an absolutely villainous attack upon him. To was accused of All kinds of crimes declared to to a thief Aud an escaped criminal and held up to Public contempt and execration As Tim vilest of Tho vile. A marked copy of Tho paper containing this attack had been sent him. And if the editor could have witnessed his fury he would no doubt have been delighted. I was directed to bring suit at once and Felt perfectly confident of Success As i could not have devised a clearer Case of criminal libel at least so i thought at the time. But a Surprise was in Siporo forme. The editor set up the defence that the libel had not been circulated save by Tho lib eled person and he proved ins Case. The form containing the objectionable article had Heen used to print but a single copy of he paper. It was then taken off Tho press and this Ono copy went to the Man attacked. No other copy bad left the office and the Only persons w to had seen it were my client and those to whom he had shown it. Of course my Case fell dead and my client nearly had a fit of apoplexy due to impotent prolonged agony. Cute Briggs Here san account of a restaurant Kieper in Jersey City who dined in his own restaurant and 24 hours after died. Griggs what Mado him linger so Long at Home in Buffalo. The Cleveland democracy listen to their Leader. Lie says All his countrymen know his record and character. To h As done his Best to deserve buffaloes Graceful Confidence. Buffalo n. Y., May 12. Sex president Cleveland Shook hands today with 2000 people at the reception tendered him in Tho mayors office. After the reception Franklin Locke invited or. Cleveland to luncheon at Tho Buffalo flub. Twenty of the cd of residents a most intimate friends were also or. Locke s guests. Tim luncheon occupied the greater part of Tho afternoon. A drive followed and then or. Cleveland returned to the Iroquois for Hie Celebration of the Cleveland democracy. At 7.30 Tho reception committee of the club took or. Cleveland in charge and the now rooms were formally opened. Herbert p. Bissell made an address of Welcome and then or. Cleveland arose to reply. The cheers and applause Stook Tho building. Tho volume of sound bounded from Wall to ceiling rumbled from room to room and came Back again Only to meet fresh volleys of cheers from the wildly cheering Buffalo democrats. Or. Cleveland was in the House of his friends and Tho Vamp of his followers and to knew it. It was some moments before he could control himself sufficiently to begin his address. Ai Tion lie did begin lie w As listened to with the closest attention interrupted Only by frequent and enthusiastic outbursts of applause. A Emu. Pic spent Ann gentlemen As i stand for the first time lace to face with till Cleveland democracy i experience mingled emotions of responsibility and Pride. My sense of responsibility arises from my relation to your organization As its godfather and my Pride from the Noble manner in which you have borne my name. When we started together in political life and responsibility your accented Creed taught that politics was something More Titan adroit Juggler that there was still such a tiling As official duty and that it no ant obligation to the people that the principles of our government were worthy of conscientious study and that Tim doctrines of True democracy honestly and a bravely enforced promised the greatest Good to All our countrymen and exacted through Tho length Aud breadth of our Laud impartial governmental care and und scrim unating Justice. A you were not Content to allow these truths to remain with you As Mere Idle beliefs. They supplied constant a and aggressive motives for your political activity and were your inspiration As you went Forth to do Battle by the democratic cause resting your Hope of Triumph upon an unwavering Tai til in Hie thoughtful and Well informed intelligence of the american people. Quot thus you were found doing valiant service in the Campaign of education. As the smoke of the last stubbornly fought Buttle cleared away no soldiers 011 Tho Field w Ere found surrounded by More trophies of Victory than the Force of Lite Cleveland surely your rewards Are most abundant. You have not Only aided in the advancement of the democratic Standard but you have also contributed your Fuji share in demonstrating that tile people can he trusted when aroused to thoughtfulness and duty. Quot i believe the most threatening figure a Titch today stands Iii the Way of the safety of our government and Tho happiness of our people is Rockless Ami wicked extravagance to our Public expenditures it is the most fatal of All the deadly Brood born of governmental perversion. It hides beneath its wings tile betrayal of the Peoples Trust and holds powerless in its fascinating glance the Peeple s will and conscience. It brazenly exhibits today a billion Dollar Congress. Quot a few Short years ago a pension Roll amounting to $53,000,000 was willingly maintained by our patriotic citizens. Today Public extravagance decrees that Throe times that sum shall be drawn from the people upon the pretext that its expenditure represents the popular love of Tho Soldier. Quot not Many years ago a River and Harbor Bill appropriating $11,000,000. Gave Rise to a loud popular protest. Now extravagance commands ail appropriation of $22,000,000 for the same purpose and the people Are silent. Today millions Are paid for barefaced subsidy and this is approved or condoned at the Behest of Public extravagance and thus a new marauder is turned Loose which Iii company with its vicious Tariff partner bears pilfered Benefit to the households of favored selfish interests. We need not prolong the details turn where we will we see the Advance of this devouring and destructive creature. Our democratic Faith teaches us that the useless exaction of Money from the people upon the false pretext of Public necessity is Tho worst of All governmental i it Erver Sion i and involves the greatest of All dangers to our guarantees of Justice and equity we need not unlearn this lesson to apprehend the fact that behind such exaction and As its sour e of existence is found Public extravagance. Quot in Public extravagance in its relation to inequitable Tariff Laws not Only lays an unjust tribute upon Tho people but is responsible for unfair advantages bestowed upon special and favored interests As Tho Price of partisan support. Thus the exercise of the popular Wall for the Benefit of the country at Largo is replaced by sordid and selfish motives directed to personal advantage while the encouragement of such motives in Public place for party ends Deaden the official conscience. Quot but to my mind the Saddest and most frightful result of Public extravagance to seen in the readiness of Tim masses of our people who Are not dishonest but Only heed jes to accustom themselves to that dereliction in Public place which it involves. Evidence is thus furnished that our countrymen Are in danger of losing the scrupulous insistence upon the faithful discharge of duty on the part of their Public servants the regard for Economy and frugality which belongs to sturdy americanism the Independence which relies upon personal Endeavor and Tho love of an honest arid Well regulated government All of which lie at Tho foundation of our free institutions a h Ive i overstated the evils and dangers with which the tremendous growth of Public extravagance threatens us every Man who loves ids country Welt enough to pause and think of these things must know that i have not. Quot i it us then As we push on in our Campaign of education especially impress upon our countrymen tile lesson Winch teaches that Publio extravagance is a deadly dangerous thing that frugality and Economy Arn honorable that tilt virtue and watchfulness of the people Are the surest safeguards against abuses in their government and that those who profess to serve their fellow Elt Zens in Public places must be faithful to their Why their noses Are Colet. Globe Democrat everybody is aware that a dogs nose is always cold but very few people know Why. Tim cartilage composing the outer surface of a dogs nose is almost destitute of blood vessels but plentifully supplied with glands which exude a watery secretion that by its evaporation keeps the nose below tie Normal temperature. The dogs sense of smell is located in Tho nerves within the nostrils and is probable that these Are kept Iii better condition by the Low temperature of Hie cartilaginous tip of the nose. Die state of a dogs health is at once indicated by bus nose for no dog with a hot dry nose can be healthy and one of the first signs of rabies is dryness and heat of the nose for these symptoms indicate fever and fever is the beginning of Frozen 6000 feet deep. Mining and scientific Presa for Many years scientists have been perplexed Over the Phenomena of a certain Well at Yakutsk Liberia. As Long ago As 1828 a russian merchant began to sink this noted we Ell Aud after working on it for three years gave it up As a bad Job having at that time sunk it to a depth of 30 feet without getting through the Frozen ground. He communicated these facts to the russian Academy of science which sent men to take charge of Tho digging operations at Tho wonderful Well those scientific gentleman toiled away at their work for several years hut abandoned it when a depth of 88, feet had been reached with the Earth still Frozen As hard As a Rock. In 1848 the Academy had the temperature of Tho soil at the sides of the Well take at various Depths. From the data thus obtained they came to the startling conclusion that the ground was Frozen to a depth exceeding 6000 feet. Although it is known to meteorologists that the lowest known temperature him that Region of Siberia it is conceded that even that rigorous climate could Force Frost to such a great depth below the surface. After figuring on the subject forever a Quarter of a Century geologists have at last come to the conclusion that the great Frozen Valley of the i Ena River was deposited Frozen just As it is found today during the Groat grinding up pm of tile glacial epoch. Fight or what capt. Remey want instructions shall he hang to Esmeralda or look for the Itata Washington May is reported that late this evening a Long despatch in cipher was received at Tho Navy department from capt. Remey asking for specific instructions now that he and Tho Esmeralda Are in a Sueloo Harbor. Remey it is alleged asks whether he is for the time being to practically abandon the Chase for the Itata Ami w atch the Esmerelda or if in shall continue to try Aud intercept the Itata. An attempt was made tonight by the Globe correspondent to see Secretary Tracy and com. Ramsay tile chief of the Bureau of navigation to ascertain if such a despatch had been received but Tho attempt was unsuccessful while therefore Tho statement cannot be absolutely vouched for Tho information Conics to line Globe correspondent from a very reliable source. A source from w hich Advance information touching naval movements Bas heretofore been obtained by the it look correspondent and which has always been exact. Of cant. Remey has sent a despatch of this Tenor to the Navy department it is extremely significant. It Means that if he follows the Esmeralda out of the Harbor of Acapulco there Are grave chances of a naval engagement resulting and capt. Remey evidently does not propose to engage the Esmeralda unless he knows that such a course will meet with the full approval of the department. Capt. Re Mey is not the Man to in away when there is a Chance to fight but should to fight without specific instructions he is liable to find himself in a very awkward position. It is the belief of naval men hero that if the Esmerelda is prohibited from Coaling at Acapulco her commander will make a contract for Coal to be loaded on a vessel and delivered outside of Tho three mile limit where Mexico would have no jurisdiction. Winn the Esmerelda will do is problematical. The general impression is that Hie officers of that vessel will rely More upon strategy than Force to obtain the supplies carried by the Itata and some officers believe that she is trying to lure Tho Charleston away from tile Itata a real course. Recourse to Force to prevent Tho Charleston from capturing the rata however would it is said be Tho death blow of the insurgent cause in Chili As Tho entire naval Force of Tho United states in Tho Pacific would if necessary lie promptly called into play to destroy Tho insurgent Navy. Iquique Chili via Galveston May 16.�? Tho United states warship Baltimore from Valparaiso arrived hero this morning. The Baltimore and the ban Francisco will remain on this coast under command of Admiral Brown. Admiral Mccann who is on Board the Baltimore will be transferred tothe United states Steamer Pensacola which is expected bore in a few Days and will then leave for the Atlantic. Angered guest from Spokane Why an entry on the registry looked like advertising. Quot front a Quot yes Quot Liow Tho gentleman from Spokane 987, and Tell him Tho old fashioned tall clock in the room is not a folding bed so he wont try to pull it Quot yes Quot Tell the head waiter about Bim so ii can watch Tho trailing Arbutus on Tho tables. He a liable to eat it for it was col. Lasher of Tho Sherman House talking Aud lie spoke with that boldness and grim determination so characteristic of men of decision Aud action Quot Why Are you so fierce against Spokane lie a asked a drummer. My business a replied by Al my the Cheve it Peon Quot i know colonel Quot and to quote a song because my Kotlier put me on. A Quot had any recent experiences with Spokane people a a spoke up the drummer Quot Well i done to mind letting you in. I have been contemplating suicide Alt Dag All on account of a Little incident Winch happened last night. An old Chati from Spokane with More Money than most people have faults came hero and asked for first class accommodations. I fitted him out like a King took Dow n the picture of Tacoma that was hanging in his room and in its place put up an Oil painting of Spokane the magic City of this Earth sent up a lot of Bric a Brac for his parlor had his Bathtub shined like a Diamond and ordered tile boys to Call every other minute and ask his pleasure during the evening w Hile strolling about the Rotunda he looked on tile Register and saw his Quamo which was recorded like this i a a a Spokane wash., 42. Bath. A that was no different than Tho rest of Thorn but when he espied it be was wild. Quot a Gimme my Hill one exclaimed. A a Why this sudden move a i asked quite sweetly. Quot a never mind Gimme the a a a Haven to got time to talk it Over a i pleaded. A i want to get out a and he was Yellin by this time. H the Bath charge keeper of this tavern wants me to take a z e Bath e pointed to his name Ani id re and screamed a when Tho Bath let him come to me like Aman and Tell to privately and not advertise it before All Chicago a a a a Chicago Herald. The freeze in new England. Plenty of ice was found but Tho damage done was slight. While the frosts and freezes of the 4th and 5th inst. Were not so destructive As might be expected much damage was done. Southern sections of course were Tho greater sufferers As vegetation there is much farther advanced. Tie whole of the past week for the entire District was unseasonably Cool and conspicuous for High winds and Little Sunshine. The wind and Clouds however wore beneficial in modifying hic seventy of the frosts. Probably no Section wholly escaped the Frost and in some frosts were of general occurrence on More than half the nights. In most All sections of new Hampshire and Vermont Northern Aud Western parts of Maine. Massachusetts Aud Connecticut ice formed on the morning of the 4th to Tho thickness of Frome one fourth to half an Inch. This ice was observed in All parts excepting probably in those of the immediate Southern coast. It is too Early aet to correctly estimate the amount of the a finale. In localities of Tho Connecticut Valley it is variously estimated at from 850,000 to $300,000. Nevertheless much of the injury is Only temporary and repair rests with nature and is a matter of Short time. Some observers report Tomt results disastrous to fruits and Paru Cully the peach Pear Cherry and Strawberry. Careful examination of some Trees in the most exposed locations show All the fruit killed and in others a third or fourth. Still in other parts it is reported free from injury. The apples Are said to be Al right riot being sufficiently advanced for injury. The same can be said of tobacco. Much Garden truck Cut Back w ill put Forth with double vigor and be Little retarded. The weather has been very favourable to All farm work except seeding. Tile warmth is insufficient to produce germination and therefore but Little planting has been done. Heavy work and cultivation has however progressed. Rain fell during Tho week in parts of Western Vermont Central Connecticut new Hampshire and Massachusetts but in Light amounts of fourth to half an Inch. The drought is now being Felt throughout the districts and will soon prove injurious to grass and pasture on the High lands. With seasonable Rains Farmers Are All right and crops of All kinds will undoubtedly be abundant the use of the word quo quite. The writer Bolton few writers seem to understand the Correct use of to say that a girl is a quite pretty should mean that she is exceedingly pretty whereas Many writers would use the phrase to express the idea that she was rather pretty. Although the second use has become common it is better to restrict the use of a eau item to its original meaning and to employ it always As an intensive rather than a diminutive. Only 50 cents for get As Many subscribers As you can. At this season of the year Many subscribers prefer to have their subscriptions expire with the year 1 it is in the interest of such subscribers and of trial subscribers that the above offer if made for a limited time. Only 50 cents for balance of year. Wheaton subs Rffie Why not we some of your friends to subscribe ? you can secure one copy for yourself free by sending three subscribers at 50 Yenta each All receiving the Papec until Jan. 1,1892. Now is the time for one and All to push the weekly Globe and extend its influence which is always on the Side of the people in whatever concerns their welfare in recognition of the needs of banners for More practical information on How to make farming pay it will soon devote a Good Deal of space to selected papers on agricultural topics to be edited by or. Andrew h. Ward. Meanwhile or. Ward will contribute regularly his original papers on How to make farming pay. Or. Ward extends to weekly Globe subscriber an invitation to write freely to him on any subject of importance to them. Tell your neighbors a and form a club. Only 50 cents for balance of year 14 copies for $1.50. Only $1.00 for one year. 4 copies for $3.00. Address the weekly Globe. Boston mass. A a it Sall right As the Fleet Steamer Richmond was coming up Tho Mississippi Many years ago several Way passengers came on Board at Vicksburg and among others a giant looking Middle aged kentuckian who very soon became the subject of curiosity wonder and general remark. After travelling a Short distance the party except our hero made their Way to the Captain s office and paid their Tare to he place of d pagination. The next Day the clerk made bold to Call the delinquent passenger who bad taken no berth but had passed the greater part of his time sleeping in his chair and with his usual urbanity of manner asked the kentuckian to give him ins place of destination As it would help him in making up his Book intending his question also As a gentle Bint for him to pay his fare. The giant Rose from his lethargy Ana replied a to going up the River a piece ifs All right or. the clerk not being much the Wiser by this answer again politely asked Quot at what Point do you intend to Laud sir a a a done to land at no Point or. Clerk. It s All right the clerk went to consult Tho Captain who at once lost his wonted Good humor As Tho clerk related the result of his interview with the delinquent customer. Die Captain proceeded forthwith to bring the matter to a focus and accosted the kentuckian saying a How far arc you going to Bear us company up the River Uncle Quot Oil bin going a piece up with be but ifs All right Captain Quot a Quot but. Sir a said the Captain Quot you have neither paid your Tare nor Given the clerk your place of destination arid you Are old a nought to know the custom of Steamboat men that when a Man refuses to pay his Are or to give a Good reason for not paying we put him ashore Quot Wol a Captain a Spose a tis your custom but its All right a hero the Captain lost his patience Aud resolved to put Nim ashore forthwith and accordingly ordered the Pilot to land and told him to make read to go ashore to which he very graciously replied Quot its All right tie boat landed and the Plank put out the giant was told to walk to which he readily assented saying its All after getting on Terra finns the Captain gave him a Short Blessing for giving him the trouble to land and threatened him a top dressing if lie Ever saw Jam again etc., to which uie old Man responded again with an air of Triumph pointing to a Fine looking cottage just above him on the Road Quot its All right Captain that a my House. Its All Small and pressed Back toward the Frame to make tile tone lower it is Bent Forward. Or. Smith is not Only a Good maker of the Harp but can extract unite a Little music from Tim Little instrument. He can also play two at once which he tunes so that they Are in Harmony by tiling the frames. When business is Rushing or. Smiths whole family is pressed into service and each member excels in his or her particular work. Or Smith prophesies that within a few years the instruments lie makes will be in More general use than now. enlarged his i factory and expects to do so again. The Power of water. What a Stream with less than 400 fee fall will accomplish. A a Lauburg dispatch the old ascription of the Power to rein ova mountains to such As had Faith As a Grain of Mustard seed has come to be no Mere figure j of speech. The effect of the Hydraulic Monitor Shioli is now used for the purpose of removing masses of Earth Well nigh passe belief. A Stream of water issuing from a nozzle or pipe six inches in diameter with a fall behind it of 375 feet will carry away a solid Boulder w weighing a iou or More to a distance of 60 or too feet. The velocity of the Stream is terrific and Tho column of water projected is so solid that if a crowbar or other heavy object lie thrust against it Tim impinging object will be hurled a considerable distance. By this Stream of water a Man would be instantly killed if he came into Contact with it even at a distance of a couple of Hundred feet at 400 feet from the nozzle a six Inch Stream with 375 feet fall projected momentarily against the trunk of a free will in a second denude it of the heaviest bark As cleanly As if it had been Cut with an axe. Whenever such a Stream is turned against a gravel Bank it cuts and Burrows it in every where jewsharp3 Are made. A family of Smiths do All the manufacturing outside of new York. Albany journal Tim Village of Bath on Tho Hudson though its manufacturing interests Are few can boast of possessing tie Only jew Sharp factory in Tim United states outside of new York City. Simple As the jew Sharp is it requires nevertheless no Little skill in construction. The proprietor of the factory in Bath is John Smith and he Lias perfected himself to such an extent that his work is recognized As among tile Host in the world. The factory is a Small building situated a Short distance off 3d St., and although unpretentious contains every facility for Tho manufacture of jews harps. Twenty years ago in England or. Smith began Bis apprenticeship at the Trade. Hearing from friends til this country that Here would be found better Market for the Sale of his specially he determined to emigrate. Arriving in new York he failed to secure employ Niento and deciding to Start in business for himself he went to Troy and opened a factory there. He was but moderately successful in Troy and after a Short time moved to Bath built a factory and is perfectly satisfied with the location. The Smith jew Sharp is sold principally to firms in new York Boston and Chicago. These firms sell the goods to retailers throughout direction hollowing out great caves and causing tons of Earth to melt and fall and he washed away in the sluices. Die Quantity of material which can thus be removed Iii a Short time is almost inconceivable. This Quantity depends of course very much upon the nature of the soil. Whether Loose soil Ordinary gravel or Cement gravel. Some idea of the immense amount of Earth and gravel which has been removed in this Way May be gathered from some statistics on the subject recently compiled in California. During the height of the Hydraulic Industry there was in use from the Feather Yuba Bear and american Rivers and three other streams of water a total of 18,650,506 miners inches of water every 24 hours at an average of 3 a cubic Yards or gravel to Hie Inch there was thus washed away daily 38,600.000 Yards of material. This is a Low estimate and As an actual fact much More was carried away. Tat amount stated represents a mass of ear�?T5 600 Yards Long 380 Yards wide and 200 Yards High. If such a prodigious Quantity can be washed away in 24 hosts it can require no great length of time to remove mountains and cast them into the sea. Where $1000 cloaks Are sold. Tho United states. When the factory is running at its fullest capacity Over two Gross a Jay Are turned out. Die busiest time of the year is that just preceding the holidays. During this season the factory employs five people the proprietor his two sons and two other englishmen who live near the factory. I be manufacturer of the Quot harps is an interesting process and but few people Are aware of the Largo amount of work expended in making a jew Sharp of Good tone. Tho frames of the instrument Are not made by or. Smith. He buys them from a foun upon these frames is bestowed the least Ork it is setting Tho steel Tongue in the Frame and filing the lower portion of the is setting Tho steel Tongue in the Frame to fit the Tongue that toe most care and skill Are required. Tho first work done on a jew Sharp is to place tie Frame in a Vise file off the roughness and taper Down the Points so that each presents a Sharp Edge Between which Hie Tongue is to vibrate Trie most delicate wont then begins. A piece of steel wire is Cut from a con hammered Fiat at one end and left round at the other and tempered with the greatest care. The Flat end is then set in the arc of the Frame and then the two ends Are carefully pressed and hammered until they come As close As possible to the Tongue without touching. Die round end of the Tongue is then Bent in the form of a right Angle the Point is turned Over and the Quot hard is ready to be placed in the hands of a finisher. There Are seven sizes and four kinds of finishing the common Gold Bronze lacquered and tin plated. The Harp can be toned to any pitch. _ to make the tone High the Tongue is made handsome special Sale rooms in the great dry goods houses. New York Sun nearly every big dry goods store has one or More rooms set Aport for the display of Ware that Are too delicate and costly to be shown in the usual Way. These rooms Are never seen by the average shopper but Are reserved for the select customer who is indifferent to Price but particular As to Quality. Special attention has been Given to the reserved clock rooms where Are shown the elegant imported wraps and cloaks. The manager of the cloak department in one of the finer dry goods houses said the other Day that Many of his Best customers never asked the Price of a garment. If Tho Quality and style suited the garment was ordered and frequently the Price was not known to the customer until the Bill was sent to her a month later. Some of the garments shown in these rooms Are imported from Paris where they have been made by Felix Worth or some of the other parisian Modister and it is not at All unusual for a customer to pay $600 or even $1000 for a simile evening wrap. These special rooms Are usually in Remote parts of the stores away from the noise and Bustle of the general shopping. One of the finest in this City is divided from the workroom in which Ordinary garments Are made by a petition illumined by coloured Glass. The floor is covered with velvet carpets. And the furniture is a Fine As can be found in any parlor. Leading from this room Are numberless Little rooms in which the garments Are tried on and fitted. Borne of the finest garments Are displayed in an old store where there is no pretence at decoration or furnishing. But where everything is of the finest Quality. Special rooms in the dry goods store of Brooklyn Are however far ahead of those in new York in general appearance. In one of the Brooklyn store a whole suite of rooms is set apart for the special customers. These rooms Are decorated in Louis Quinze style and the furniture corresponds in it delicate tones with the decorations. These rooms were finished at an expense of to too. Another of the Brooklyn stores has a special room too feet Square covered with Beautiful carpet and elegant furniture. The Walls Are covered with Green Baize set in Alt frames and Hung with exquisite Oil paintings. In addition to their Beautiful surroundings the special customers Are treated with special Courtesy. The clerks who wait upon them Are never Cross or sullen and Are constantly endeavouring to please. The customers slightest wish is filled instantly. Of course she pay for All this extra attention because there i More profit in the High that she Bays than in a men to. Garment zen Ordinary Gar a

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