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Boston Weekly Globe (Newspaper) - October 20, 1891, Boston, Massachusetts Boston weekly of lobe tuesday. October 20. Tsoi. Another Bonanza offer. For you can receive $1.00 the weekly Globe every week from now to january 1893. Balance of year free. To clubs. 8 trial subscriptions a a $1.00 6 copies now to Jan., 93 a $5.00 agents will please take notice of a Bove announcements and begin to canvass at once. Cample copies free. Address the weekly Globe Boston mass. Agents wanted in every town to begin at once you can Mike Money in spare hours by asking your neighbors to subscribe to the weekly Globe. The Globe Pat the largest Cash commission. Send for All the samples you need. Send for agents rates. Send now. Address the weekly Globe Boston mass. The whistling boy. Ups Ernest Mcgaffey in the Independent o or the pavement comes the Schoolboy a pucker Cheeks Oul blown scraps of ancient tunes in whistles Little catches of his own for is it not vacation time the greatest of All boons v Hen lie wanders like an Arab in the Golden afternoons whistle whistle How his treble through to varied Bustle Cleaves drowning out the noisy chatter of the sparrows in the eaves whistle whistle what a Royance As it echoes up the Street i have heard in All my journeying no music half so Sweet for he whistles Down the shadows that the jealous years have cast. And in whistling off the present he has whistled up Hie past. I Hart heard the blackbirds whistling on a swaying Maple Bough. And have heard the plow men whistle a they walk behind the plow i in pc heard the Mournful Meadow Lark whose whistle is a Wail and Well i know the whistle of the Brown and Bonny Quail vet none of these May enter in the City a Grimy Walls Waltere Hie crash of wheels is constant and the veiling smoke a palls but Hie Trilling of the Schoolboy seems to bring them Back to me and i see an old red schoolhouse by a gnarled wild Cherry tree for his whistling tells of happiness unmixed with cares Alloy. And i Mark amid his shilling lists i whistled when a boy. Quot Bonny Doon a and a Annie Laurie a Quot Yankee Tsoodle come to town a Quot Sailor s hornpipe a a old Dan Tucker a Quot Money Musk and Why i seem to smell the Clover and the Basswood budding Bright there s a Wall sweep in the distance and an Orchard to the right and the Pink White Apple blossoms nod tiffs message from each Bough Quot school is Over for tile summer school is Over Over whistle whistle they Are coming All my Happy boyhood Days with the sound of running Waters and the winding wooded ways whistle whistle now he ceases and Yon aun Shaft Samber gleam Tunis As Gray and cold As Winter god have mercy tis a dream. Curious coroners verdicts. Lid Stem Shet Hajj Globe. Tuesday oct. 20, 1891. Globe pocket Calendar. October 1891 Moon s phases m. I t. W. I the. T. 8. I i i i i it a 3 1 a i a i 7i Siel 9 to a i 11 11 a i 1ftj is j 17 is Piej Al i 221 23 24 Asse sri Sasa sol six 2 7. Quot a it 10 5.57 �178.45 $24 8.56 subscription rates. Both paint Globe one copy per month cent per year. 6.00. Postage prepaid. The sch at olo a by mail 8.00 per year. Postage prepaid. The weekly glow by mall 1.00 per Yaar postage prepaid. The globs newspaper co., >42 Washington ensured at toe foal office Boston mass., As Seo end class matter. Names for Sample copies if every Reader of this Issue whether or not he or she is a subscriber will Send a list of to or a dozen names of persons in his or her neighbourhood the weekly Globe will be thankful. We will Send a Sample copy free to each. Write names on a postal card and address the weekly Globe Boston mass. One died prom a National causes a while a Chart desolate killed one. Some of the coroners verdicts in the country of 50 and go years ago Are very curious. The following Are some of the causes assigned for death a Bhe come to her death by strangulation in testimony we have sit our hands and Seal the Day alive Quot Paul Burns came to his death by a mule running away with a Waggon and being thrown a by taking with his own hands an overdose of Quot prom causes unknown to the jury and having no medical a came to his death from National Quot an inquisition Holden Unjin the body of John Brown there lying dead by the jurors whose names Are hereto subscribed who upon theire oath do say that he came to his death in the allowing manner by falling off the Plank Bridge accidental while trying to Cross the Stream and was Quot said Cirild. Aged one Day old came to her death from spasms said child having been found by the witness in a trunk under very suspicious Quot the iou Eres on thare Oua he do say that be come to his debt by old age. As tha could hot see Enn thing else the a come to his death from the following Tauses to wit from some sudden cause to fhe Joeres Quot the said deceased being an orphan father and Mother being both dead.�?T-. A from an overdose of Gin administered by his own a disability caused by Quot being run Over by two Coal trucks while detached from to engine a Quot come to his death by tender no. 7 jumping the track on which he was Riding either jumping or failing off Aud engine running Over Nim which was an Accident and no fault of the Engineer of said a she come to her death by the lighten Atli Ken Quot from Hart Desenze. Quot come to his death in the following manner to wit he was born dead.�?�. Quot from excessive drinking Ana laying out in the Quot from the hands of some person or persons to the jury unknown and afterwards placed on the track Aud got Rud Over by incoming . Quot congestion of toe brain an Appl Cote a a a Joe body was so mangled and mutilate that tha could not Tell Enn thing about it but that think it was put in the Sisterna by some unknown person or persons Quot a Ujj ideas of the Hart and Appie Ity Fitze. Quot cabled on the left Side by kit lev of hot water burning Over on Hir left Side and to Megi Tely Caus a her death.�?�. Quot from the effect of injuries received by her close accidental taking a from expo Aier. Freely imported some would be monopolist should try to set up a tin plate factory on this Side of the Atlantic such an Enterprise would no More be Quot american than if its labourers lived in the land from which they came. Nor would the fact of such an establishment diminish by a single hair the weight of the burdens that Mckinley Isra has Laid upon the tin plate Consumers of the United states. It 18 the consumer who pats. A who pays the duty on imported goods if it is not the american consumer As certain organs of Ultra Protection Are fond of arguing then there has been some strange juggling with figures in the Treasury department. The report concerning imported merchandise for 1860 presents among others this interesting and instructive exhibit Quantity. 6,901 1,106,705 1.213,761 value. 2,010 6,363 23,827 3,066,663 duties. 6,620 6,363 23,934 4,023.205 447,865 162,023 223,082 an elegant etching and a Beautiful Magazine and the weekly Globe for six months for Only 50 cents if you Are a new subscriber but the offer is limited to three weeks from this Date and you must order some time before nov. 15. You will receive the value at regular prices of 11.75 for 50 cents. It is an unparalleled offer and we expect that thousands will take advantage of it. Already hundreds of subscriptions Are coming in. Order Early and ask some of your friends to order with you. Goy. Pattison to the pore. Pennsylvania is fortunate in possessing a democratic governor so honest and fearless As Robert e. Pattison. Republicans of the Keystone state have strenuously endeavoured to choke off All investigation of the Bardsley scandals. By summoning Tho state Senate in extraordinary session the governor Bas not Only checkmate Boss quays Little move but Bas forced to the front the Issue of Reform. Gov. Pattison a Strong Stern message to the Senate yesterday demands in tile name of a plundered state that punishment shall be meted out to All who were in league with Bardsley in the robbery of $1,750,000 from the treasuries of Pennsylvania and Philadelphia. He Calls for a clean sweep from office of every Man implicated in the great scandal. The Light must be turned on the state treasurer s department upon the doings in the auditors office and in every department where the hands of Baj Rusley and his fellow looters have been at their evil work. Law that does not execute the purposes of Justice fails ignoble in its Mission. Gov. Pattison appeals to the Senate to see to it that villainy does not escape unpunished through the Connivance of any officials of state or court High or Low. He Bas championed Reform where its cause most needed support gov. Pattison deserves the thanks of every honest Man in Pennsylvania for his determined attack upon the Citadel of corruption. Combating tin plate lies. Tin plate from the consumer a Point of View is a very different thing from the tin plate of the Mckinley fancy to the former it is a necessary of life that has been enhanced in Price by a taxing Tariff. In the latter a fancy it is the glorified Symbol of a great Industry called into beatific existence by a single touch from the Wand of the goddess Protection. But business men have Little Faith in Mere airy visions that vanish like a soap Bubble when pricked by facts. Consumers of tin plate in America wearying at last of Mckinley imaginings Oft repeated have organized a great association. It represents establishments which use three fifths at least of the tin plate brought into requisition in America. There is no politics in the organization it Means simply business Aud truth. Hon. Thomas l. Bunting congressman elect from the Hamburg District in new York has prepared an address on the tinplate question which shows clearly enough the real and pressing grievances which forced this organization for self defence of Over 300 leading business men and business houses in America eight million dollars a year is the tribute paid to Mckinley madness by the Canning Industry of this Republic. This Industry affords a livelihood directly or indirectly to nearly two millions of our people yet it is mercilessly taxed simply that american tin plate factories May be talked up by Republican orators on the stump with slight Prospect of materializing even in the far future. Congressman Bunting Points out that instead of depressing the Price of tin plate the Mckinley Bill made it possible for speculators to anticipate the proposed and sauce in making sales in nine months to such an extent that Consumers paid an Advance on tin plate almost equal to the increase in duty. Lie quotes Henry Nash amp co. Of Liverpool to the effect that speculators made a profit of �1,000,000 in nine months. Coming Down to the hard Cash of America it is shown that the increased Cost to Eon sinners of canned goods by reason of the duty on the tin in the cans is enough to pay 12,000 workmen a salary of $400 a year with $200,000 left Over. In the absence of the duty the canner could pay the Farmer 25 per cent More for the fruits etc., canned and yet still sell them for the old Price. Our meat packers used 600,000 boxes of tin plate in the year ending March i last. Of this 475,000 boxes were used at Home. The duty which the Consumers paid was $1,225,750, or enough to pay for 66,287 More head of cattle which would have paid the Farmer $20 a Lead and would have required for crazing Over 1,000,000 acres. It is no wonder that the organs of Ultra Protection strive to break the Force of Stem business facts such As these. But it is a very weak answer to assert As the journal practically does that because a few men who hone to make tin plate some Day did not find it to their purpose to join in the consumer a movement therefore the Consumers have no just grievance. Even if led by the Promise of alien labor cuter Oil Gallons nay tog cards. Corn and potato starch pounds. Cigars pounds. Hate Glass polished sizes larger than 24 by 60 inches Square feet. Window Glass tires larger than to by 15 inches pounds.65,286,457 1,064.301 1,331,092 on the theory which Mckinley appears to have persuaded himself is True certain generous minded Glass manufacturers abroad have not Only poured into Uncle Hamas coffers every Dollar they received for their goods but paid him a Bonus of nearly $278,000 for the privilege of finding Quot dead head customers on this Side of the Atlantic. Quot of but it is the importers who pay the duty a some Mckinsi elite May aver. Yet it is scarcely Likely to say Tho least that american business men would pay Over a million for Glass besides $1,331,992 in duties and then sell their wares at their Cost abroad to the american buyer cheerfully losing a sum equal to the duty charges in the cause of patriotism and Tho american Market. So it is with the Cigar importers and the rest. They Are All in business for profit not philanthropy. As Long As importations continue it is the consumer who must pay the whole Cost and give the importer besides a living profit. If there is an enormous duty that is so much added to the Cost of the article to the consumer. Neither the foreign manufacturer nor the american importer Are engaged in paying duties out of their own pocket without the Prospect of reimbursement from Tho american buyer. A thet Haye gone to a better Tom Reed. In hib music Hail speech last wednesday night admitted without hesitation. Like the bold Man he is. That our farms Are deserted. But a Little matter like this does no to trouble Tom at All. Quot Why does a Man desert one of these farms a he asks. Quot is it to go to a worse place it must be to go to a better one. Why is it that nobody goes to take the deserted farm it be because nobody thinks he can better himself by so doing this farm then is deserted and remains deserted because men can do better thus Speaks Thomas of Maine. A Little later on in the same speech he just As readily admitted that our Commerce has left the seas. But this is another trifling matter that does no to trouble the genial and rollicking Reed in the least. Our sailors just like our Farmers Dhave left their occupation because they have gone to a better place. Now that the complacent Tom has driven these people alike from the land and the sea the question naturally arises Quot where have they gone a of they have left the solid land and the tossing Ocean to what mysterious Bourne have the wanderers travelled but this question is not one for us to ask. It is enough for us. Says Tom Reed to know that they Are happier now that they have gone to a better place and that they Are better off. All this sounds sadly familiar does it not we have All heard these same consolatory words at funerals. In the last extreme of hopeless despair they Are used As the Only Balm for the tortured spirit of the sad survivors. Quot he has gone to a better place a says the funeral preacher Quot he is happier now he is better Tom Reed is a Jolly Man but he makes a pathetic figure of heroic size standing at the funeral of new England a farming and shipping and Iron industries speaking words of ineffectual Consolation sadly he bows himself Over the remains of our agriculture and Commerce which before they were killed by High Tariff Laws were two vigorous twin Brothers working together in Lusty life. His voice chokes with tears and All he can murmur to the mourners is Quot they Are happier now. They have left us but they have gone to a better the Artemas Ward of statesmen has Given a valuable lesson to the world. It is one that lord Salisbury if he is an Apt Pupil will learn by heart and apply with Diligence. We shall look to see him in the desolated districts of Ireland arise among its deserted Cabins and its tenant less lands a made so by the Iron Rigours of the tory policy and say Quot it is True that these farms Are deserted and these Homes Are vacant. But this Only justifies my humane administrative policy. The Irish people who once lived Here Are All happier now they Are better off they have gone to a better then he will return Home feeling fully justified and make his tory policy More vigorous than Ever. That humane and amiable gentleman the Czar of Russia has every reason to feel proud in the same Way. Of his treatment of the jews. It is True he has driven them from their Homes and banished them from the country but. In his kind philanthropy he has done this All for their own Good and very consistently can Czar Alexander repeat after Czar Reed Quot they Are happier now they Are better off they have gone to a better when Tho jews Hung their harps upon the Willows Aud sat Down to weep by the Rivers of Babylon there has been a popular misapprehension that they presented a sad picture this is now seen to be All a mistake. Some jewish Tom Reed. Still remaining in Jerusalem ought to have arise and moved a vote of thanks to the honorable Nebuchadnezzar for transporting his Brethren free of travelling expenses from Jerusalem to Babylon concluding with the Brilliant peroration Quot they Are happier now they Are better off they have gone to a better it is very Lucky for Oliver Goldsmiths Fame that Tom Reed has never written a commentary on his poems. The Maine humorist would make Short work of a the deserted it is manifestly a very foolish piece of verse. Why indeed should Goldsmith go blubbering through its deserted streets wailing among the weeds that grow in its thoroughfares nobody disputes that Auburn was once a the loveliest Village of the hut the people left it simply to go Quot to a better they were a better off somewhere else and Goldsmith should have known enough to know it and struck his jubilant Lyre accordingly. When Macaulay a Well advertised new Sealander shall according to the programme Laid Down for him by the great English historian sit upon a broken Aroh of London Bridge and look upon tie ruins of that once mighty capital he will if he is a student and disciple of Tom Reed be filled with pleasant reflections. Quot what a Happy and edifying Soene this he will Soliloquy be Quot this mighty City was once filled with millions of beings who have now gone to a better place this whole land once swarmed with myriads of people who really did no to enjoy themselves very Well. They Are happier now they live a More blessed existence they Are better off. What a cheerful thought what a soothing reflection How Happy i am that they Are we All used to cry Over Montgomery s Quot last Many in the old school readers. But this last Man. If he had Only been animated by Tom cheerful philosophy. Might have been just As Happy As a Schoolboy at a picnic. It was True he was the last Man and was loft All alone in an almost dead world. But a trite Uke this have annoyed him. Ile ought to have reflected that they had All gone to Quot a better place a Aud were Quot better if he could Only have read Tom Reed s funeral oration at the grave of now England a farming and shipping he have taken on so about it. Gov. Russell in his Blunt Way blurted it right out and said certain new England industries were dead. Now this is no Consolation whatever to the bereaved mourners. It Only harrows up their grief. How much More softly and tenderly Tom Reed treats the matter Ile knows they Are dead As Well As gov. Russell. But he comes with the Balm of peace and the ointment of Consolation. He does not brutally Parade the fateful fact that they Are dead. He simply makes the Sweet assertion that they have Quot gone to a better place a which Means Pennsylvania or Ohio. As a funeral orator it must be admitted that Tom Reed is much More comforting much More consolatory than gov. Russell. As one by one other industries that Are pining for free raw material fade and Wither under the Simoon breath of the Mckinley Tariff let us Call in this soothing and comforting Man to officiate Over the Remans. He will stand above their coffins with that Sweet ineffable smile of his and make it a delightful pleasure to attend the funeral. Uncle Dudley. Agents wanted to begin to get subscribers to the weekly Globe which is a newspaper that every family needs no matter whether its head is a Republican or a Democrat. It gives All the political news Worth noting on either Side. It gives All the general news in a fresh and entertaining style. It has departments for Farmers the ladies and the Young folks. It has More and better features of general interest than any new England weekly newspaper. It is the Only great family newspaper. It is the easiest paper to get subscribers for and it pays the largest Cash commission. If you cannot give a few spare hours to getting subscribers your Little boy or girl can and earn some pocket Money for the holidays. Bend for agents rate and All the free Sample copies you need. Some m Kinley taxes. Is the Tariff a tax the Boston journal says it is. If so. Who can possibly pay the tax but the consumer and wherever Mckinley has increased the tax on food and clothing Mckinley prices must inevitably result. Eggs were free under the old Law free under the Mills Bill and free under the Senate Bill. Mckinley lays a tax of five cents on the dozen. Potatoes were taxed 15 cents a Bushel under tile old Law the Mills Bill and the Senate Bill. Mckinley increased the tax to 25 cents. Barley malt was taxed 20 cents a Bushel under All the old Bills. Mckinley raised the tax to 45 Cento. Oats were taxed to cents a Bushel under former Bills. Mckinley put up the tax to 15 cuts. Beans were taxed to cents a Bushel under the old Law. Were free under the Mills Bill and were to cents under the Senate Bill. Mckinley shoved up the tax to 40 cents. Maccaroni was free under the three above named Laws. Mckinley has levied a tax of two Cento a Pound. And so we might continue the list of increased and new taxes upon the necessities of the people. Now. After the Boston journal has assured the people that these Are taxes to be paid by somebody Are the people going to believe that these taxes Are not being paid every Day in increased prices not if the court of common sense knows herself and she thinks she do. Financial problems of working families. To the pair whose constant struggle since the Day they were made one has been to make $1 do the work of $2. There seems no greater truism than that Money is the Root of All evil. Not Only does anxiety about monetary affairs sap the physical Constitution and mar All the fair Day dreams of their sanguine youth but it fills both their waking and sleeping hours with terrors Aud worries to which a sensitive conscience seems to each a most Cager abettor. Added to this alas is often the sad realization that the love which would have at onetime suffered martyrdom if need be. For the object of its affections and would now if necessary sacrifice life itself cannot hold in Check the bickering fault finding the self blame and the bewailing which Are the Only disgrace and the True curse of poverty. The legitimate results and inconveniences of financial trouble Are oftentimes borne patiently by the parents in a Noble spirit of self abnegation while they Are Strong Anil their children Are Young. With what fond Hopes do they anticipate the years to come when their offspring shall assist them in bearing these heavy burdens with Loving sympathy if not with actual Aid. But alas How often Are these expectations doomed to the bitterest disillusion. Who has not known the initial discord to creep into an otherwise harmonious and Lovely Home through the asst earnings of the girl or boy just past school and apprenticeship Days who has not known a father whose son has been Given better advantages than he himself enjoyed actually envious of the boys smartness or of the deference paid to his ability Aud Money getting qualities by an admiring coterie of foolish Mother and Sisters this could however Seldom occur except where the conceited Young Tyro is wanting in that respect and humility which presumably characterized his father at that tender age. Who has not marvelled at the household system which could allow an unselfish boy to be the mainstay of the family the Dernier resort for others i Providence and sloth ulness while his brother simply is allowed to provide for his own needs and consider himself the family Benefactor at that. The latter May be heard to boast of his own business like dealings with his Home forgetting his childhood duos in regard to it. And ridicule his brother s Quot soft ways of dealing with the old these Are by no Means exaggerated types of wage Carriere. And such cases Are amen Able to no Law save that of moral Justice and Loving kindness. In the family As elsewhere the Good and willing Are imposed upon while Tho grasping wrong doer who holds himself aloof from even the simplest human responsibilities inspires respect or fear by the very Force of his unprincipled character. In nearly every family May be found the old Farmers Quot willing one willing to do All the work and the other willing to let him. There Are doubtless in Many families questions which it would take a very Wise head As Well As a very kind heart to answer in the truest Way and the old injunction Quot Honor thy father and thy Mother a does not solve All the conundrums of circumstances. But in too Many cases there can be no doubt that the trouble arises from a Simole ignorance of business methods and an extreme thoughtlessness on the part of Young working people themselves. Often Tho most Loving and capable girl in the family is kept by the mothers Side and becomes not Only her Helper but in one sense the servant of the entire household. Her less capable sister who can do nothing Well goes out to the store or office and earns Money. The latter wears Good clothes has a certain air of style about her Aud has gained much of mental alertness from her Contact with the world while the stay at Home sister has none of these advantages. For very shame s Sake the wage earner May give the Drudge a cast off gown occasionally or astounding liberality a the Money for a new dress or a pair of gloves. Each works hard and if the hours and Quality of work be considered the Homo staying sister ought to earn the most. A i give my sister her clothes and pin Money Quot said a Young working girl recently with a very self satisfied air. Quot we follow the co operative plan at our House in Money was the reply of her companion. Quot you see helping Mother is just As much my work As Mary a. I prefer to work in a store at $5 a week and she likes housework Best. So after i pay Mother $2 for my Board. I pay Mary $1 for my share of the housework. Jack pays her $2, because she takes care of his laundry and mending you know and he earns twice As much As i do. Then father pays her $2, just As if she was a hired girl. Only he says she does the work twice As Happy Mary in How few Homes does this simple cooperative idea form the remedy for the conditions we deplore a Little forethought a few grains of system a Nice adjustment of ability and disposition a dash of business common sense. Mixed with equal parts of parental and filial love is recommended As a most efficacious remedy in these cases. It is a sure cure for that distressing disease which is not Only contagious in its nature but a menace to american Homes the ingredients of this simple prescription Are fortunately of Home manufacture Are neither affected by the Mckinley Tariff a or the fluctuations of the drug Market and Are easily available in the emergencies of every Home workshop and office. While not absolutely a cure Ali for the ills of Pov erty and riches alike it is equally applicable to the scarification of Money love and the enervating effects of Money Lack. Edith Perry Estes. The a honest dollars party. There is but one possible definition of an a honest dollars a As the republicans employ that term. It is a Dollar that would be Worth just As much unstamped As though the government had stamped it. It is a Dollar Worth its weight in Gold stamped or unstamped. The Gold Dollar is according to this definition an honest Dollar on its merits because 258 grains m bar Are Worth 258 grains in Coin. It is an honest Dollar because 258 grains with the government stamp Are Worth no More than 258 grains without the stamp. If this is True of a Gold Dollar Why can it not be made True of a Silver Dollar Silver As a commodity on its commercial merits has fluctuated no More for the past 50 years than has Gold of there is any difference in relative fluctuation the balance is certainly in favor of Silver. If a Man takes five Gold dollars to the mint for re coinage he Goto five dollars Back. If lie takes five Silver dollars to the mint for re coinage he Only gets four Back. The re coinage of the five Silver dollars has Cost is because 20 cents on each Dollar Ara not intrinsic but Are in the language of Mckinley Quot the Mere breath of it is As Plain As your hand before your eyes then that the Republican party is engaged in the business of coining fraudulent dollars under its own definition of an honest Dollar. In vulgar phrase it is a Quot skin Dollar pure and simple. This crime has been known for centuries in the world As debasing Coin. Tyrants in the last shifts of desperation have done it just As the republicans Are doing it now. They Are coining annually $54,000,000 Worth of Silver dollars each containing Only 80 Cento Worth of Silver. The fact is Patent that the Secretary of the Treasury is paying 98 Cento for 480 grains of Silver and Only putting 3711/ Grams into the Dollar that he coins and passes off on the people. This is an interesting paty to be talking about a honest the big Flag that floats Over Washington Street proclaiming Quot honest Money As the watchword of the party in this state flaunts a big lie every time it shows its skirts to the passer by. Editorial Points. Just think of it eleven million pounds of sugar arrived Here this week in one vessel and our Cranberry crop surpasses that of any previous year the combination. Even in cold Type makes ones Mouth water for Given sugar cranberries and Low prices there results a a consummation devoutly to be beet sugar from Germany in Exchange for wheat from America appears to be a very Quot business like arrangement. Bul what becomes of the Home Market idea if the government buys a dollars Worth of Silver and pays for it with a paper Dollar what has it done but merely Given its note for it and circulated its certificate of debt As Money which really belongs to somebody else what is the difference Between this and Laming paper Money outright based upon the credit of the whole nation. Gov. Campbell shows by official figures that the value of Ohio farms is on the decrease under War tariffs. He too. Is accused of Quot maligning his but the Farmers shout Quot amen a and see the Point just the same. _ the general land office in Washington is acting its assigned part in Republican politics by enticing tile attention of the Western Farmers away from their condition by booming the arid lands. All lauds Are arid where the Farmer is up to his neck in the grave of mortgages. Filling for Hect graph. To the editor of the Globe to make tilling for Hect graph put two entice of common fish glue to a with a Little water melt Down smooth then put in four ounces of Glycerine and stir Well. Turn into a pan about 6x8 inches and let Cool for three or four hours. Before using Wash off with sponge and cold water. T. A. How to Cook egg Plant. To the editor of the Globe the person asking for a recipe for cooking egg Plant will and this exceptionally Good slice the egg Plant at least one half Inch thick pare each slice carefully and Lay them in Salt and water for an hour or More putting a plate on to keep them under the water. Wipe each piece and dry then dip in beaten egg and Roll to very Ane bread crumbs. Fry in hot lard to Well done and nicely browned. E. L. Anxious to learn. To the editor of the Globe what is a bark a barkentine a Brig a Brigantine and a ship please Tell me what number of masts and what masts have Yards to each Case c. B. A ship Lias three masts and carries Yards or is a Square rigged Quot on All three. A bark Lias three masts but is Square rigged Only on the fore and main the Mizzen having a fore and aft Rig similar to that of the Mainsail and Gaff Topsail of a Sloop or Schooner. A barkentine has three masts and la Square rigged on the fore or Forward one Only. A Brig Bas two masts and is fully Square rigged on both of them. A Brigantine has two masts and is fully Square rigged on the fore. On the main Mast she carries the Rig of a Topsail Schooner a fore and aft Mainsail and a Square Topsail and to Gallant sail. The name a Brigantine a is often misapplied to what la really a hermaphrodite or a a offerd Ltee Brig As the old sailors say Craft with two masts Square rigged on the fore and with a fore and aft Rig on the main a combination of the Brig and Schooner Rig from whence the name de. Fickle minded. If a lady is engaged to a gentleman and she wishes to break the engagement can she do so without Auy trouble can she be sued for breach of Promise Mabel. Lie can sue her of he wishes. Woman a liability. Will you kindly inform me what is the liability of a woman owning real estate who endorses a note and who disposed of her property before it is Duscov ered that a payment of a note is refused will you also inform me How Long a note is Good after it becomes due r. K. T. The liability is the same As that of a Man under similar circumstances to be sued. Note holds Good for six years. Instalments. I bought a piece of jewelry on the instalment plan. After paying about one third of the amount the Arm changed hands and i have not paid any since. Can they arrest me for not paying or would u be All right of i paid As before trouble. If the Arm changed hands you should pay the new Arm. They cannot arrest you. Prisoners deed. Please Tell me is a criminals signature Legal a Man now serving a term in prison deeded his property to his counsel to payment for service in defending him at his trial leaving his children without a cent. Can he hold the property or can the children get it Back the deed was signed in prison. C. H. J. Deed is perfectly valid. Lessees rights. If a leases property for a term of years from b can that property be held by the lease until the end of term even of the ownership of property should change if la should be owing debts could his creditors trouble a on tile property he has leased of a a Riber. Lease would hold. Creditors might trustee rent. Might attach property subject to lease but a a rights would be protected. Dissipated son in Law. I am a widow and have three daughters one of whom is married. In my will i have divided my property equally Between my daughters with the understanding that should my married daughter whose husband is very dissipated die her share is to be Given to the two remaining daughters. Inform me through your paper of my daughter s husband can claim her share should she die they have no children and have not lived together for two years. Reader. Your son in Law would have no claim. You say a with the an understanding of not expressed clearly in the will would not be of any effect and might Lead to complication you should state clearly in the will what disposition is to be made of your property. Endowed his Bride. A couple Are engaged to be married the Man gives his Money to his intended and she puts it in a Bank in her own name. In Case he Dies to whom does the Money belong can his relations claim it c. K. No. Of he gave his prospective Bride a sum of Money before their marriage it is hers absolutely Aud hts relatives Are left. Anonymous letter writer. One of my neighbors hoping to rid himself of my presence has written me anonymously on a postal card three times the contents of which ars too vulgar for any honest woman to read. My husband not being Able to afford the services of a detective must i quietly submit to further annoyance what course would you advise under the circumstances suspicion. I would take the cards to police inspectors. The fastest american train. To the editor of toe the Globe is there a train running out of Boston called the lightning express also what is the fastest train and toe fastest Speed which a train is allowed to run inside of the United states we. C. H. There is no such train in this state. The fastest time made by an american train is claimed to be 69 Miles in 53 minutes on the Atchison Topeka do Santa be it. R., Jan. 23,1890. The state Railroad commission regulates the Speed of All trains within the de. A a Chaser cannot build on a Snyder a fours. To the editor of the Globe. Kindly answer the following questions arising from a game of Casino there is a 4 four spot upon table and Quot Snyder plays another 4 four spot upon same and say a fours a having of course one More 4 spot in his hand. A Chase a who plays next to a Snyder a has in hts hand a Deuce also a six spot and plays his Deuce upon these two four spots left by a Snyder a and says the question is can a Chase Quot build on those fours and Call them a six or not b. P. B. Bussells plurality in 1890, 9053. To the editor of the Globe please give me the plurality Russell had Over Brackett in 1890. To. J. K. Governors since the time of John a. Andrew. To the editor of the Globe will you please give me the names of the governors of Massachusetts in order from gov. Andrewes administration also the number of terms they served . John a. Andrew 1861 to 1866 Alexander h. Bullock 1866 to 1809 William Claflin 1869 to 1872 William b. Washburn 1872 to 1874 we Ham Gaston 1875 to 1876 Alexander h. Rice. 1876 to 1879 Thomas Talbot 1879 to 1880 John d. Long 1880 to 1883 Benjamin f. Butler 1888 to 1884 George i. Robinson 1884 to 1887 Oliver Ames 1887 to 1889 John q. A. Brackett 1889 to 1891 William e. Russell 1891.�? de. To toe editor of the Globe a cure for pimples was asked for and Here is a Good remedy powdered Borax dissolved in Glycere inc one part Borax and four parts Glycerine. Apply twice daily. J. E. M. Married woman a wages. Is a girl who marries under 17 years of age entitled to her wages or can her Mother collect same until she is 18 years old g. A. W. Mother is not entitled to toe wages after the daughters marriage. Cure for hydrophobia. To the editor of Hie Globe hate the kindness to publish in the Peoples column toe following cure for hydrophobia a it is said to be a sure remedy Steep the Herb of Lecam Parne Aud give As a drink freely when a person has Cut this out. Only Good for 30 Dave. Offer positively withdrawn nov. 15. For cts. On receipt of Only fifty cents we will mail to any address postage prepaid a copy of a Sunshine for Little children a an etching by Harrison Beal of Johng. Whittier a Birthplace and the weekly Globe for six months an offer which cannot be bought in any other Way for less than one Dollar and seventy five cents. Whittier a Birthplace $1.00 a magnificent etching not a copy but an original of the great poet s Birthplace. A masterpiece by the great artist or Harrison Beal this etching which is on a heavy plate paper 12x15 inches suitable for framing has never been sold for less than one Dollar each etching contains the engraved signature of John or Whittier Sunshine for Little children .25 Sunshine for Little children is a Large 43-Page Folio printed from Large Type on the finest toned paper and containing some of the Best Wood engravings Ever shown in this country and hound in covers handsomely decorated with a Lithord Watercolour by Ida Waugh the great american artist. The Reading matter has been carefully selected to secure the highest literary and moral value. It is edited by the Rev. J. Henry smythe d. D., la. D., of Philadelphia. The weekly Globe for six months postage prepaid 50 there is no weekly paper published in the United states or anywhere else that can compare As a compendium of All the news of the whole world but particularly of the news of our country with the weekly Globe. There is no weekly paper that has so much of interest to the women and Young folks Jpn ans Stiv Jim a Nuu Wota our offer is Worth mailed anywhere for Only 50c. We Are glad to be Able to hold out such valuable premiums to new readers and to All we extend a cordial invitation to Forward us their names. No commission to agents. The a a offers will Only he delivered on receipt of fifty cents and All orders should he addressed to Globe building Boston an attack of it. Should the jaws be locked bind the Herb after being steeped Strong on the jaws. Also inject into toe bowels until the jaws Are relaxed sufficiently for the patient to Swallow the it nid. Persevere until a cure is effected. This is a valuable remedy. It is Well when a person is bitten by a Rabid animal to drink the Herb and bind it on the part affected after squeezing the wound. K. A. 1 possible to answer you without an examination of the deeds and Hie Laws of Australia. High seas. 1. How Many Miles has a country for coast limit and How far out is a ship before she is on the High seas 2. A owns property to the value of he goes Toto business and gets heavily to debt he then makes Ilia property Over to his wife. Can his creditors take the property if he fails Atter making it to her c. W. G. 1. One league three Miles. 2. Yea it could be attached As the husbands property in wife s name. Money in England. If there is Money coming to me in England what course should i pursue in regard to it i should advise consultation with a competent attorney. _ hens Bedi Vivus. Of you make a complaint to your neighbor about Bis chickens coming into your Garden and a does t Stop toe nuisance can you kill his chickens and throw them Over the Fence or what course can Yon take e. P. No Yon must sue him for damages. Land in Australia. Forty years ago my father bought property in Australia but never did anything with it Ievins there shortly afterwards. It now lies in the Centre of Melbourne and must be very valuable. Can he claim it now or How can i find out about it he has the deeds All right. T. U. In response to above can Only say it would be in latest Boston music. The Oliver Ditson company publish arrangements for the piano of Mateca Fimie a melodrama Quot Cavalleri which is hat ing great Success in new York and Boston. They Are by t. Moelling and include Quot Potpourri a 75 cents Quot Waltz a 35 cents and Quot Galop Fantas Tique a 35 cents. In a collection of the latest works for four hands Quot Spanish dances a Are ready. They Are pretty and easy 60 cents. Oliver Ditson new songs include a charming one by a. Goring Thomas Quot a song of Soprano or Tenor in e Flat. Co cents. Quot the time to sing a s. Fannin and Henry Houseley for Mezzo Soprano or Tenor is Superior in sentiment and music 35 cents. A messengers of love a Soprano in e Flat by do Ernesti has Grace and Power 40 cents. The hit of the season among fireside songs is entitled Quot the old dinner Horn at Home a by b. Van de water. It will be known All through the country. 35 cents. L. O. Emerson has set to music lied i Ridge a Beautiful hymn Quot thine earthly sabbaths. Lord we it is Iii a for Mezzo Soprano or baritone 36 important As a joke on Boston English in a new York newspaper office a seedy looking Man enters and thus addresses the managing editor Quot i have something Here that i think will please your Quot done to want it full Quot but it is very Quot done to want it i Tell Quot it is not a murder or anything of that sort it is More important than a Quot will you get out a Quot its a slam at morning editor seizes the article rushes to the tube and shouts Quot leave out news from Washington. Chicago matter of great importance in a Arkansaw traveller

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