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Boston Weekly Globe (Newspaper) - September 15, 1891, Boston, Massachusetts Remainder of year Quot in a in it to in a Al ski pfc soft Miami. I in to one Dollar subscribers. Read announcement remainder of year feb 2 to one Dollar subscribers read announcement vol. Xix no. 37, Boston tuesday morning september 15, 1891. Puke five cents. Store Teeth for $100. How the gentle dentist gets Rich in Mexico. Established a plough foundry near i Soblo and Are tiling Well Thor i a furniture factory at Monterey run by americans which is doing Well and Tho furniture held is one that can de worked with profit All Over Mexico. _. You have Here the finest Wood in Tho world. Still All furniture is till ported. Hero Ebony mahogany and All kinds of Bard Wood Are found in the Forest Thoro is no reason Why Mexico should not Export furniture instead of importing it Iurii inure Mateau 01 imry Oum. Toilet soap 75 onto a cake and codfish i Mons c<1 Quot be k -1 which most 25 in the United i Oulu. To fit Mai veto. 25 cents a Pound. Yet americans make from $5000 to $100,000 a year. Ity of Mexico. Sept. 7.�? a what does it Cost to live in Mexico a i asked this question of a Young american dentist who was practising ins profession in the City of san Luis Potosi. This is a us Oscity of about a it Abt a people. It lies in the v i i \ North Central part of Mexico and is in a Rich farming country. The Young dentist is making Money and is saving enough to make him Rich within the next to or 15 years. Said he Quot i keen a close account of my expenses and As i figure it it costs me just about $117 a month. My living costs me for table expenses $2 a Day or Joo a month. I pay $25 a month for Ray House and i have three servants who average s t a month apiece. I might get along with less servants but not very Well. Here every respectable fellow Lias to have a Cook a Man and a chambermaid. The Cook wont go outside Tho Kitchen and you have some trouble making Tho chambermaid wait upon the table. My boy tends to the front door Waters the Street in front of my House and runs my errands. Ile sleeps in front of the door at night and does Tho most of my marketing. Quot in addition to the wages of the servants i have to give them so much a Day for food. Each of them expects six cents every morning for tortillas or the Corn cakes which constitute Tho bread of the common people. They claim that they done to like my food but i have an idea that they steal it All Tho same. Then every week i have to give six cents extra to them for soap this is the custom and they want the Money and nor the soap. I once bought 25 pounds of soap Anil tried to Dole it out to them but they take it. Quot then Iii addition to this i have my washing and ironing. Tins is never done in the House in Mexico. There Are Public Washerwoman who Pound and rub the clothes to pieces after wetting them with cold water which they get from Public tanks or ditches. They Wear out the clothes in one third Tho time that they would be destroyed by the chinese laundry and i pay them $5 a month Tor doing it. A my butter costs me 75 cents a Pound my milk 17 cents a Day and i pay about six rents a Day on the average for charcoal. All the cooking in Mexico is done with charcoal and there is not a cooking stove Iii a mexican family the country Over. Mexican houses have no chimneys and our cooking utensils Are All made of Clay. Quot How about incidental expenses a a i asked. Quot they Are very High a was the replay. A Money slips away Here faster than you would think and i would like to give you some of the items. An Ordinary hand me Down unit costs from $20 to $30. I under clothing is very expensive Calico costs 18 cents a Yard. A very Ordinary silk Necktie Sells for $2. Linen cuffs Are 50 cents a pair and collars Are three for $1, Coal Oil costs 87 cents a gallon Good Tea costs $2.50 a Pound and canned meats Are expensive. Take one of these 15-Centcaiis of lobster or Salmon which you can buy any place in America and it will Cost 37 cents Here Ami a cake of soap will Cost you 75 Coots. _ fanned fruits Are from 75 cents up. Coffee co lots 28 cents in the bean unsound and chocolate is 40 cents a Pound. Quot bread costs Isi emits a loaf. You can buy the same at Home for scents fable Salt costs to cents a Pound. Flour is a shilling a Pfund and Tho better classes of imported articles Are very High. I pay 25 cents for a Mackerel and codfish costs 2> cents ii Pound. American cheese is 50 cents a Pound and Lump sugar costs 14 cents a Pound.,Quot i pay 25 cents a Pound for strawberries and we raise these in some parts of Mexico All Tho Vear around. My Claret costs a Dollar am a halt a bottle and i pay to cents a quart for potatoes. My wife a dresses count Iti can Tell you. And a Man has to make a Good lot of Money in Mexico in order to live As Well Asho docs at How one Bentlet got Rich. Quot i suppose you make it a said i. A Quot yes i do. A was the reply Quot and any american dentist who will come Here and stay can do likewise. I made $5<>00 the first year and i have done considerably better right along since that time. I can charge bigger prices. I get from $100 to $150 for a full set of Teeth on rubber who same thing in the states costs you Sig Quot whenever i administer Gas i charge Sio for Hie pulling of a tooth and when a number Are pulled i charge $10 for the first tooth and $5 for All succeeding ones. For jerking out a tooth without Gas i charge $2, and in the United states you would Only got 50 cents for this work. Quot As to til Lings they Range from $5 upwards and Gold findings Cost from $15 up into the hundreds according to the size of the cavity and to the size of the Hank account of the Man who has his tooth tilled. I always get $500 for making a set of Teeth on Gold and All other business is done at proportionate rates. Quot i know of Many dentists who Are making More than i and i know of a number who charge More than i do. I often make $1000 a month but dentists in the City of Mexico make More and i know a Man there who gets $50 a tooth for any kind of a filling. And who came to Mexico trom South America whore he made $40,000 a single year. He is a Good dentist but his charges Are. Terrible. Iii the meantime i am investing All i save in Mexico and i expect to make a living in Tho cd Tyson Mexico. There Are Al out 700 americans living Iii the City of Mexico. Some of these Are very i wealthy a few own Homes and quite a number have rented establishments. Everything that is imported is High and a great Chance for Money making is for the american to go to Mexico study the needs of the people and to Start factories in Mexico for making the articles that Are now so highly protected by Tho Tariff. Jake Tho matter of nails for instance these Cost from 16 to 25 cents a Pound and they Are so expensive that a great part of the building of Mexico is done with ropes instead of nails. Here in the City of Mexico within a stones throw of the Iturbide hotel an immense building is being erected. The scaffolding about this building is tied together with ropes the rafters timing spliced in this Way. Many of the huts of Tho Southern part of the country have roofs of thatch tied to rafters with ropes and some of these huts have not a Nail in them. In another part of Mexico the huts and houses Are roofed with hoards hut the boards Are tied on and Ara held Down with stones or rocks placed upon them. Few wooden buildings Are known Iii Mexico. The average House has neither cellar nor Garret Ana the fastenings which we make with nails Are ingeniously constructed with Brick and mortar. I have seen fences where tile boards and poles were tied to posts and a crate that i got the other Day to carry pottery in was made of rods tied together with strings. All classes of building material Are costly Here. You have to pay from $35 to 340 a thousand for flooring and Glass is very High. A great Many of the cheaper houses have no windows in the Glass sense of the word. I he openings Are covered with Iron bars and Are fastened at night with close wooden shutters. Iron has during past years been largely imported from Belgium and there is a Good Chance for american Iron. There Are now More than 2000 lines of new Railroad being Bruit in the country. These roads go into states which heretofore have been penetrated Only on mule Back or by stage lines and they open up what is said to be a Richer part of Mexico than that now known. Manufacturing Field. Take for instance the Field of manufactures. At Monterey some Philadelphia capitalists and not very Large capitalists either i tarted a knitting factory about a year ago. Hey got a Concession from the governor of the state providing that they should be the Only knitting factory in it for 25 years and they Are now turning out 200 dozen pairs of stockings per Day. The duty on stockings is so great that they can sell at a High profit. They use mexican girls to work their machines and they Are making lots of Money. There Are two big american smelters in Monterey which Are both making Money and i understand that sea Gur Guernsey amp co. Lave states sell for ski Iii tile City of Mexico and Tho cheapest of school desks Ara $9 apiece. Furniture imports i into Mexico pays duty by weight Aud i am told that All kinds of hard Wood furniture have to pay 25 cents a Pound before they Quot an Cross Tho Frontier then there is a state duty. Tho heavy freight rates and other items which double the Cost of almost any article imported. There is an american furniture store in the City of Mexico which is making a great Deal of Money by importing american furniture and Helling it Here and there is a German Here who has gotten Rich out of furniture soiling he Sells parlor suites All the was from $300 to $2600 a set there Are a number of Cotton factories in Mexico and of Large Mills near Orizaba which make print Glt ods. Everything is protected Here by tile highest of duties Anil almost any kind of a factory ought to pay. Cuttle mid packing interest. The City of Mexico will soon have one of the biggest pork packing establishments Iii Tho world. This is built with mexican capital but is being engineered by americans and it promises to control Tim meat Market of the try of Mexico. It is called the mexican packing company and its head is an Aztec millionaire named Sereno who started life As a meat Pedler and who is now one of Tho richest business men in the City. The american end of this establishment is the Drill of Morris amp Button Bright Young Fellows who own a packing House at Kansas City. And who Are managing this lug establishment litre. They have constructed a vast House on the american plan with machinery of Hie Latou kind Aud they propose to make soap and ice and a halt do on other articles in addition to supplying the capital wit ii All Kin is of meat. Their building consists of an old Church containing a vast area and they have added to this and remodelled until they have a wonderful establishment. They have their own ears for the shipping of the pigs from tile United states to Mexico and they will probably make big fortunes for themselves and Tor the mexicans who Are connected with them Tho discovery of Tho new Coal holds and of Tho Iron mines in Oaxaca opens up a big Field of manufactures of All kinds of Iron work and there is a big Field hero Tor Tho making of paper. All kinds of stationery an import d and tire prices Are exorbitant. Tim Only kinds made Ara the coarser varieties of printing paper and with its great number of Fine fibres there is no reason Way Mexico should not make As Beautiful paper As they turn out in Japan. There Are now 84 Cotton factories in the country Ami a dozen Odd Woollen Mills. J a a no g. Carpenter. A Park place jury knows not whether the explosion of benzine or some other Shock broke the Iron column and caused disaster. New York sept. verdict of the Moron or a jury on Tho Park pm. Disaster was As follows a we find that Sarah Ann Hogan end others met their deaths on Tho 22d Day of August 1891, by injuries received from the falling of Tho building known As eggs and 74 Park pl., in the cite of now York. Quot we find that while the timbers and Wall of said building were of Good material and construction that the Iron columns were not As Strong and As Well constructed As those called for. Or As they should have been to support safely the weight of the hut Vimr Aud contents upon the Day above mentioned. A a Quot we find that the fall of said building re suited from Tho breaking of one of the Iron columns mar the Middle of the ground floor.,. Quot we further find that the fracture of said column was due to some sudden cause applied to tie exterior of said columns and the collapse was not primarily due to their apparent inherent weakness. A after a most careful weighing of the evidence presented to us to Are undecided whether this was caused by the explosion of the vapor of benzine employed in a manner and Quantity contrary to Law Iii Tho said bulletin or some Oiler Shock the cause of which Atter the death of All the principal Eye witnesses is not obtainable new York republicans nominate collector Fasset tto succeed Hill platform Calls Down Tho state government for alleged shortcomings. All Pointe. Rock Star n. Y., sept. 0.�?Tho delegates to the state Republican convention met in Tho Washington rink this noon and Tho building was filled to overflowing. At 12.20 Gen. Knapp thumped his Little table with a Gavel. At 12.40 collector Fassett metered and was enthusiastically cheered. Gen. Knapp congratulated die republicans of the state upon the auspicious Outlook for this and the next year. Victory now is Victory then he said. Whether led by Tho Able general in the chair or Tho wellbeloved and matchless statesman trom Maine. Loud cheers jus. W. Hasted of Peekskill was selected chairman of the committee on permanent be Reno k. Payne of by Aga county chairman of the committee on resolutions. W. Wright Cady of Columbia county is chairman of credential at 1.33 p. In. Tho convention took a recess till 4 p. In., ,. The delegates were brought to order in Ilia second session at 4.20 . Gen. Rusted chairman of the permanent organization committee reported the name of lunges Al. Varnum for permanent chairman. Or. Varnum was then conducted to the chair Aud addressed the convention. Gen. Varnum spoke at considerable length outlining Tho work of the convention and emphasizing the principles of Trio Republican party both in Blate and National. it a a aria Ain Ftp ill Illif net it the product of the soil and in the Amu Ranee of a Iclal Independence for our country in the face of monetary distr throughout Europe Aud South America. 4. By Well adjusted treed of reciprocity the administration i opening the markets of the Western world to our surplus farm products Ana manufacture by and letting free of duty Inch article of we do not and cannot produce in adequate Quantity and securing in Exchange the exemption from duty of such crude a it is prof Liate for our farms and fee to Rte to Export. <1, the Art of july 14. Ism provides for the Purchase of the Silver product of american mines and inning of Tho new Treasury note protected by a re Sarre of too cents Worth of Stiver for every Dollar issued. We commend this policy of maintaining other political happenings noted from Gold mid Silver at a Carity the Treasury notes i gtd for Silver to be kept at liar with Gold. The voice of new York is emphatic against any degradation of Tho currency mid demands with president Harrison hint Quot every Dollar issued by the government whether Imper or Coin shall be a Good a every other 7. The Republican party not forgetting Tho Critt on Days when Tho needs of the Republic counted neither blood nor treasure while mindful of the dictate of Economy and avoiding reaction invited by noes of appropriations favors the fulfilment of the pledge Given to the soldiers of the Union that the nation Wiloh they saved would not fall in just treatment of surviving veterans and of the widows and orphans of those who sacrificed their Ives that the notion might live 8, that we approve the speedy construction of the Nicaragua canal under american charter by american Enterprise and with american in Petal As essential to National defence and to the interest of interstate Commerce and the Trade of the continent 0. We recognize the dignity of labor Aud the necessity of proper legislation to protect its interests. The deprecate any attempt to Lessen the fruit of toll or to place honest workmen in Competition with paupers nod convicts Domestic or foreign. J he rigid enforcement of the alien labor contract Law is commended. 10. We reassert the expressed determination of the Republican part to maintain the right of franchise to us fullest extent and to give to All Clit sons the amp est Protection to Wiloh they Are entitled under the Constitution 11. We favor such legislation a will prevent All illegal combinations and unjust exaction by aggregated capital and Cor porn the Powers. Vav e upon the suppression of All trusts combines and schemes designed artificially to increase the Price of the Nece Mirles of ufos. 12. The cruelties and persecutions Practised upon the jews Iii Russia Ore abhorrent to the sense of Justice of int people and the intervention of a sir government by All proper Means to secure to the oppressed of All foreign nations equal right under their Lawi is commended. 13. We reaffirm the Republican party a favor to thorough genuine Reform in the civil service Sud commend the National administration for giving effect thereto under existing Law. I. Appeal is taken to Hie people of the state to redeem us government from discredit brought upon it by democratic maladministration. Faical option is favored Relief from taxation commended the democratic Assembly is criticized ballot Law Reform commended Homo Rule for cities of Tho state is called for Assembly is censured for action on the direct tax fund and toward the Chicago exposition. And retrenchment is advocated. Tho following Resolution by col. Elliott of Shepard of new York was by unanimous vote of Tho committee recommended and presented before the convention whore it was carried col. Shepard a Bee Ollion. Resolved. That the Republican party of the state recognise the supremacy in Chipping and commercial matters of the Beautiful Metropolis of Tho nation at the Mouth of the Hudson and will encourage the american spirit that is determined to carry that supremacy silk higher and to build american ships manned by american seamen both for currying All american Trade and a far As possible that Between other countries. Larue lius com be formed by every one we o takes advantage of the new rate offered by the weekly Globe in its new Prim circular Send to week cell Globe Tor new circular and free Sample copies. Novel use for mail bag. Head of Tho Bureau of labor statistics for Many years past. Or. Peck is Strong with the la let or element and his vote would probably be even larger than that cast for Flower. There being therefore no real contest Over the nominees of t tie convention Tho chief interest centres in the appointment of a new state committee which will have control from the end of the coming convention till a new committee is appointed at Tho convention of september. 1892. I lie friends of both Cleveland and Hill Are working hard by secure this committee although Hill has the party machinery wholly in his hands vet the Cleveland men have made unexpected gains in several it it a the counties and they will contest Oiler Countie where they have been beaten by the Hill men. To offset this the Hill men propose to contest some of the districts carried by Tho cd Eland men. Toe result will be a Large number of contesting delegations which will form the most entertaining feature of the coming convention As gov. Hill Vias the present state committee he will control the convention and seat such delegations As lie chooses. I ins May make trouble and it May not. Everything will depend upon what the Cleveland men think of their treatment. They certainly understood last january that if Hill had Tho United states senator ship and Flower the nomination for governor there would he no opposition on the to it Art of i till to Tho candidacy of Cleveland in 1392. But a new state committee appointed in the interest of Hul might make them doubt the Good Faith of the Hill men toward the agreement of january. A disturbing element in the convention will be Edward f. Jones who lists been elected and re elected lieutenant governor along with it of. Hill and by larger major tics than Hill. Jones thought he should l ave been nominated for governor in i nos hut he waived that and took the second place Unco More he is not popular among the politicians hut he is popular among the grangers i Here fore if to should in As the candidate of toe Farmers Alliance he will Hurt the he publicans More than he will Hurt the demo crate. _ other political Points. Why a postman applied for one every y ear. For a considerable time past an application was received regularly each year from the Rural postman at a a a in Germany for a now leather big. The authorities surprised at this extraordinary waste sent Down an official to inquire into the matter. That functionary had an interview with Tho old postman. A How is it that you want a fresh bag every year other carriers Mako a bag last any number of Quot a hut they done to go on the ice with it a a on the ice surely your hag is not required for anything but to carry meters and newspapers a. _ Quot newspapers that where it is. Our Miller who lives Jon the Hill Side yonder gets his paper twice a week. I hat is All very Well in summertime but in Winter when the roads Are Frozen and Slippery it is As much As i can do to climb vip to his House and As for coming Down again Why you risk breaking your neck at every step. Quot the Miller is a very decent fellow Only a bit stubborn. He never gets any letters so i tried to persuade him. To give up his papers Iii Winter As the Type was so Small and to might injure his eyesight by Reading in Tho Long Winter evenings Blithe listen to me. So i have to drag myself up to the Mill As Hest i can Aud instead of walking Down the Hill i just set the hag in the Middle of the Road seat myself on it Ami slide Down to the Bottom of the Hill in less than no time.�?�, ,. They were then in the depth of Winter and the inspector insisted upon witnessing the performance during which lie found it difficult to maintain his Gravity. After some persuasion lie prevailed upon the Miller to provide a Small Sledge to facilitate the delivery of ids weekly papers when Snow and ice were on the ground. He rents rings. Chicago Post apropos of the prospective increase in the Price of diamonds a Man from new York has a scheme calculated to help the impecunious Young exquisite who wants to get engaged but who lacks the necessary funds to Purchase a suitable Diamond pledge of his affection. This scheme is nothing More nor less than to loan engagement migs for so much per month. Quot its just this a said or. Solomon that is his name a a Young Mancz not afford to buy a Diamond ring \ cry Well he does t need to do so. He comes to me. Quot i take Las note and lend him a splendid Diamond ring at a reasonable Lymm. Ile gives it to his Fiancee. Tho marriage takes place in the course of time Aud in a few7 months afterwards the or Mig Man owns up and takes Back the ring upon which he has been paying rent an gives it to me. Quot risk of none at All. I have his note. The humiliation that would come from exposure should i seek the. Assistance of the taw precludes the possibility of his defaulting. I have not lost a ring yet nor a Dollar of rental. The business has been a paying one and now that diamonds Are to and Vance it will prove More profitable than Ever. How vessels go through the Suez canal september Scribner the average time of transit by Day is 24 hours by night with electric lights it is 19 hours and has been done in in Livours. In order to navigate by night a vessel must Light the Way by carrying an electric projector at Lier Bow As close to the water As possible and pay the closest attention to the orders from the passing stations or Gares. Three White lights shown vertically indicate Quot slow Down a then the display of two White lights is Tho order to Stop and haul into the Gare. The Steamer presently hauls in. Makes fast puts out All lights and lies snug in her berth alongside the desert while the oncoming vessel looking like a locomotive at night passes by. One White Light from the Gare and the lines Are let go and Tho journey continued until Suez is reached. Politics. There was no room for doubt As to the relative volume of applause when ten. Varnum referred to the reciprocity policy of the administration As Tho work of and especially of Secretary Blaine. A generous outburst greeted or. Harrison a name while a tumult arose when or. Blaine s mime was uttered the chairman then Iii Tho absence still. Of the Resolution committee do dared nominations in or Chi r. George e. I nest of Ithaca gained recognition Aud read Tho following better from Andrew i. We Loti Staci x. Y., sept. 8, 1801. Alt drab Sib in View of and rides now Roach of i is rendering it probable that Soma candidate Tor office it k Wornor other than myself can Best unit All the elements opposed to the mitral now weighing upon Tho state of new York i hereby respectfully request you to withdraw my name Iron the consideration of the convention. Highly us i esteem Tho Honor even of serious mention for so important in office Nuder Alt the circumstances As they now present themselves i feel la a duty to say that t can no longer be a candidate and could not accept the nomination. Allow me Alec to thunk most heartily those friends in various parts of the state whose kind partiality Bas brought i or Ward my name Al this time and to assure them that the evidence of their Confidence will always remain among my most cherished pos sessions. And my thanks Are also due to my fellow he publicans who have supported Hie claims of others. So far As i know they have steadily shown them selves actuated by no motives of a personal nature but by Loyal Devotion to the state and the let pull in party. I am confident that All personal considerations will be Laid aside and that a Standard bearer will be chosen who shall unite All forces and Lead the party to Victory. The signs Are auspicious. Thought Fol mid patriotic people of All parties Are in of the existing maladministration of our Commonwealth. Which has degraded it in the eyes of the entire nation. A United front under Strong leadership will rally nil the opposition to this evil Combine and redeem the state and thus add another to the Long it of service rendered by the Republican party to the state to the nation and to humanity. I remain my dear sir very truly yours a Pew p. Whitt. Senator Edward o Connor of Binghamton then placed in nomination for governor. About Fassett of Chemung. The speech eulogized the Good qualities of the candidate and predicted Victory when Tho vociferous applause of fas sctt a name had subsided a Plain Man t. M. Farthing of Buffalo arose beneath the Erie Banner and in a halting speech of less than 200 words nominated lion. Philip Becher of Soymour Dexter of Elmira next seconded Tho nomination of or. Fassett James la. Potts of Troy placed Gen. Carr of Rensselaer in nomination and he was seconded by col. C. L. Mcarthur of Troy Delegate Smith of Richmond county also seconded the nomination of or. Fassett. W. H. Williams of Brooklyn then was recognized to place l. Pond Ford in nomination. The name of or Wadsworth was next presented by Gen Butterfield. _. It was soon apparent that Fassett was far ahead of the other candidates and Gen. W Doc Ford moved that his nomination be made unanimous. Jacob Sloat Fassett. The motion was carried with a Nisi amid loud cheers and the firing of a Salute outside the Hall. At the conclusion of the Reading and adoption of the platform cheers were started near the Entrance and candidate Fassett was seen coming up the aisle under . Fassett spoke for 25 minutes making a stirring address. He thanked his party for the Honor conferred upon him promised to use All his strength and Energy to bring them Success and urged them to put Forth every Effort in the coming struggle. He arraigned Hill ism and Tom Manyim and painted the record of the democratic party in the blackest colors., Jai. When or. Fassett had finished the ticket was completed As follows lieutenant governor John Vrooman of Herkimer Secretary of state. Eugene e. Of Connor of Brooklyn comptroller Arthur c. Wade of Jamestown state treasurer Ira m. Hedges of Rockland county attorney general William e. Sutherland of Monroe state Engineer. Verplanck Colvin of Albany. The convention adjourned sine die at 7.50 p. In. _ Plank after flank. Platform adopted by the republicans of Tho Empire state. Rochester. N. A. Sept. 9.�?the republicans in convention assembled Here today adopted the following platform the republicans of the state of new York by their Olios a representatives Appeal to the electors and declare 1. They adhere to the principle on which the National Victory was won in 1888 by the decisive electoral votes of this state and they approve the legislation of the 51st Congress in the embodiment of those principles. 2. They commend the Wisdom patriotism and purity of Quot the administration of president Harrison. A the Revenue legislation of the 61st Congress both in the Tariff and the administrative act is a just and proper application of the policy of Protection to american labor and the control of Home markets for Hie Industry of our own people and Tho fruits of this legislation Are increasing daily in the establishment of new factories in steadier employment to wage earners in belter prices to the Farmer for Jacob Sloat Fassett. Sketch of the life of the Leader of the new York republicans. Jacob gloat Fassett was bom in Elmira. N. Y., nov. 13, 1853. He was prepared for College in that town and was graduated from the Rochester University in 1875, in tile University he won some of Tho highest honors for literary attainment and achievement. ,. He selected the Law As his profession and David in Hill made the motion on Winch he was admitted to the bar. Or. Fassett was District attorney of Chemung county in 1879-80, and was elected to the state Senate for Hie first time in 1883. Air. Fassett remained a member of Trie Senate up to the time of his appointment As collector of the port of new York. A Short Quot lie was virtually the Leader of the republicans in tile state Senate. De is always Well prepared for debate on and measure that comes up and Speaks with much Force and eloquence several years ago or. Fassett married the daughter of Charles Crocker the California i i Bonn Aire who is said to have $5,000,000 in her own right. Sex Boss Dorsey attributes cruel Mot Ivoa to Boss Flatt. Chicago sept. Ll.�?1"steve�?� Dorsey who is now in this City said in an interview yesterday that collector Fassett a nomination should be construed As an act of revenge by Boss Platt on president Harrison Quot Platt is opposed to Harrison a said the sex Boas of the National Republican Darty of the new York Leader Quot Aud he favors the nomination of Blaine. Quot Fassett is also for Blaine and ins election As governor would mean that the new York delegation to the convention in �?T02 would favor the plumed Flower and Sheehan. They May head the democratic state ticket id new York. Albany n. Y., sept. near approach of the democratic state convention at Saratoga on tuesday Tho 15th, makes a Brief inquiry As to what will be done both interesting Aud timely. Ucli More than the usual attention has been Given to this gathering of prominent democrats from All Over the state. No convention was hold last year by either of the political parties because Only one official was to be elected and both parties agreed to support the same Man a Democrat but tills Vear the situation is As widely different As it could possibly be. Only once in six years on account of their varying terms of office does it become necessary to make nominations for governor lieutenant governor and Tho five state officers to be elected by the people. The present is the sixth Vear and Tho coming convention Rill make All of these nominations. In addition to these nominations the people of this state Are to elect both branches of the legislature. Only one other election could lie More important than the one of november next., and that is when once in 12 years a president of the United states is to be elected in addition to the above named officers. ,. It was the coincidence of All these elections Itiat made the Campaign of 1888 so important and far reaching in this state. Such another occasion As that will not arise till the year 1900. The present Campaign Lio Wever has an additional interest As to its bearing upon the Campaign of 1892 and tile connection therewith of the respective political for tunes of Cleveland and Hill. Lust summer there was a Rumor that gov. Hill might take a notion to give himself another term of office in the executive chair. This Rumor was probably based upon the fact that he had without consult ing any Ono quietly accepted the Onice of United states senator last january arid that foreseeing a contest among thesos eral candidates for governor he might accent gubernatorial honors once More. But this Rumor was exploded Long ago because it was evident that there would be no contest for the nomination. In accordance with a Well defined agreement among the democratic politicians including gov. Hill himself the latter was to take the office of United states senator and tile nomination for governor was to go to Roswell p. Flower. So All the talk of last summer regarding the candidacy of Whitney Chapin and others for governor was As Idle us the wind. Flower has a walk Over. The second place on the ticket that of lieutenant governor will probably be Given to William f. Sheehan speaker of the Assembly during the present year. Sir. Flower is not Only Strong in financial circles in new York City. But he is also Well known throughout the state. At his Homo in Watertown he has the respect of men of All parties for his Many gifts to charitable objects while his name is a Tower of strength to tile democratic party in All quarters of the state. Or. Sheehan has made the most aggressive Leader that Tho democrats Ever had in the lower Branch of the legislature which is usually Republican. He has Well earned the office of speaker and even a higher office than that. Of lie is nor nominated for lieutenant governor. The Lucky Man will a probably be Charles f. Peck who has been the efficient Massac huletts republicans still debating Over candidates. The contest Between sex congressman Allen of Lowell and Hon. W. W. Crapo of new Bedford for the nomination for governor at the hands of the Republican of Massachusetts aeolus at present to be decidedly in favor of or. Allen or. Crapo was timed to return from Europe on sunday and his supporters will then decide whether to Continuo in the fight or leave or. Allen s conceded majority to represent a practically unanimous vote in the convention. Tile Massachusetts democrats Are Content with their Strong candidate gov. Bussell whose nomination by acclamation is assured. Thoro is no contest Iii the party. Thev believe that gov. Russells re election is assured. Tho governor has been very republicans have presented the name of j. A Armstrong for state auditor of Massachusetts and express themselves As determined to push his claims even if they Holt Tho Republican nomination for the office. Peoples party denounce false crop reports. St. Paul minn., sept. 12.-Ignatius Dom Nelly and the other members of the people s party executive committee spent yesterday drafting Aud passing resolutions denouncing the Chicago and Minneapolis boards of Trade and ail speculators in wheat in general. The resolutions arc of the Ultra sen National order. Uliey protest against the concerted attempts that it is alleged Are now making to break Down the Price of Tho Minnesota wheat crop by exaggerating the amount of the yield by false statements. And declare that while the wheat crop is a Good one it is not excessive in Quantity. Augustus r. Smith. Alliance alarm. A hold your wheat you can to get left warning letters to Farmers to look ont for gamblers is Grain. 150,000,000 bushels in the Northern Belt that May brins $1.50. I St. Paul. Minn., sept. 14. The Farmers i Alliance leaders in Minnesota and North and South Dakota have resolved upon another attempt to Stop the tremendous flow of wheat to Tho Market. Receipts in Minneapolis and Duluth for the past we it a have run from 70 to 1500cars every Day. And the Price of december wheat saturday dropped to oo1 to rents in Minneapolis. At this rate of Sale and delivery the Alliance people Assort that the 180.000,000 bushels of wheat in Tho no. I hard Belt will he out of Tho Farmers blinds before Jan. I and their haste will drive Tho Price Back to to cents. The Alliance therefore began yesterday the mailing from its Wabash St. Head Nar tors of a million letter to the Farmers calling a halt along Tho entire Lino. The letters Stato that the new wheat growers association and the Alliance secretaries All Over the country Are unanimous in the opinion that wheat is bound to see us High a $1.50. And possibly $2 per Bushel and warn the Farmers not to sacrifice their wheat and give the speculators Alt the profit. The letters also say the crop is being purposely greatly overestimated by some newspapers and Grain dealers and continue Quot we do not believe that a majority of the Farmers Are foolish enough to co operate with the speculators to depress prices further. There is no question hut that prices will take a turn upward in a few Days. Europe will have to economize in thread to lie extent of <573.000.000 bushels four times As much As Tho american surplus. Quot a boat will soon be Over $1.10, no mat Ter How much banners and speculators work together to keep prices Down and we would advise those who can comprehend the situation to hold their wheat for $1.50. And add for every month they keep it say five cents to Tho Price. Hold your wheat you can to get debts promptly paid. Key to business activity in Eastern states. In Money and a lot of valuable papers belonging to Hie father of the girl Asci ranged his sorrow into bitter denunciation. Seal poachers Mav hang. Schooners Crews captured by russians May come to grief if the Law is cart led out. Victoria b. Cd a aug. 14,-the san Frau Cisco Schooner City of ban Diego reached Here last night with 000 skins from Copper Island on Tho russian Side of Behring sea. I her commander reports that she was cheering information regarding Boston warned off St. Paul Island at the end of. _ in Market by Dun amp to. Returns from ill great Trade centres show increased activity. The prohibition candidate for lieutenant governor of Massachusetts. The candidate for governor has not sat for a picture in 16 years. _ the girl to be avoided. June and she made fur Copper Island. There she fell in with eight other school prs. And All of them together raided the Island catching and skinning seals. Over i 40 boats landed from Tho Schooner and All got safely off. On the following Dav aug. 2. They went ashore again in company with 25 boats from other schooners and again started raiding. A thick fog covered their operations when a Volley of about 40 ride shot rang out above them and All made for Tho Boa is j leaving hundreds of dead seals in Tho a Beach. Eight boats were struck a Black Hunter named Talbot from the Schooner Webster jumped from the Liow in i fright and was drowned. Hunter vain from the Annie was shot dead before he. Left the Beach. A the boats got aboard the schooners safely and Lay out five Miles from shove j considerably scattered. At 6 of clock the same evening a russian avar ship made for them and clips. Mclean of the Hamilton Lewis with the object of giving the other schooners time to get away ran straight for her and dodged Tho vessel. It was two hours before the russians got him. And by that time Tho other vessels had got assay. The Hamilton Lewis was towed to the Island. All Tho Hunters on Tho san Diego express grave fears As to Tho probable Fate of her croat As Liev say that several shots wove fired at Tho russian in the skirmish that morning and probably some soldiers were killed. _ a much talked of Man. Stirring Carcer on three continents of or. Patrick Egan. Patrick Egan United states minister to Chili has by Fornof circumstances become one of the most talked of men in Public life today. Indeed for the Post to years his career without any apparent Effort on his own part. Has formed part of the history of two continents. Famous Wyandotte dead. Suspicion that Tho $10,000 stallion was poisoned. Cleveland 0. Sept 14.�?Tho Chestnut stallion Wyandotte owned by w. B. Fossil who was sent to his stable sick at the close of the 2.24 race saturday died yesterday. The horse was valued at $10,000. He was by ambassador dam by Daniel Lambert. There is a Strong suspicion that Tho horse was poisoned. _ fell five stories Little Hurt but for a clothes line Patrick Barnett would have had a coffin. New York sept. 14.�?Patrick Barnett 20 years old. Of 144 Cherry St., Rhile skylarking on the roof of Tho five Story tenement House at 150 Cherry St., Early yesterday morning fell headlong from the roof into the backyard. His fall was broken by a new clothesline and when to struck Tho ground he a As Little the worse for his fall. An ambulance surgeon dressed his wounds which were so trivial that it was not necessary to take him to the Hospital. Open Way for coolies. Look out for her if you done to want to get into trouble. Ruth Ashmore in ladle a Home journal she is Tho girl who takes you off in one Corner and Tell you things that you repeat to your Mother. She is the girl who is anxious to have you join a party which is to to a a dead secret and at which because people Are very free and easy you Are uncomfortable and wish you were at Home. She is the girl Avo tries to induce you Quot just for to smoke a cigarette or to take a Glass of wine and you Don t Noav and possibly she does no to that Many of Tho sinners of today committed their first sins Quot just for she is the girl that persuades you that to stay at Home and care and love your own to help Mother and to have your pleasures at Homo and where the Home people can see them. Is stupid and tiresome and that spending the afternoon walking up Ami Down the Street looking at Trie windows and the people is Quot just delightful. She is the girl Avaio persuades you that Slang is witty that a loud dress that attracts intention is Quot stylish a a and that your own simple Govans Are dowdy and undesirable. She does no to know nor do you How Many women have gone to destruction because of their love for Fine clothes. She is the girl Avaio persuades you that to be on very familiar terms with three or Lour Voung men is an evidence of your charms and fascination instead of being As it is an outward visible sign of your perfect Folly. She is the Giri who persuades you that tit is a very smart thing to be referred to As a Gay she is very very much of All others she is the girl who no matter How hard she May try to make you believe in her is to be avoided. Did she really moan it Rehoboth sunday Herald the question How far Tho familiar expression. Quot id give $1000 if a etc., can to regarded As a Promise to give $1000 Lias actually come up Iii court in England and that in a most amusing Case. The defendant a Maiden lady of 60, wanted to marry a certain or. Ewing. She. Therefore said to the plaintiff who was a Captain in the army that she would give him �200 if he would find or. Ewing for her. The plaintiff after protesting that it was absurd to offer such a sum. Went off advertised in the personals for or. Ewing found him atone and then sued for the �-00. It will hardly Surprise anybody that the judge charged dead against him and that the jury found for Tho defendant. Husbands May have their value to Maiden ladies of 60, but so Long As they Are still prospective it is hardly Worth �200 to have them located. The colonel from Kentucky. Detroit free the ship had sprung Aleak. The Captain piped everybody on deck. Quot is there a Kentucky Man on Board a he asked. Quot i am from Kentucky a a a Quot Good in a glad you Are Here. We May sink and i want a bottle to throw they can find quota of work Down in Mexico. San Francisco cal., sept. 14.�?c. Vogel. The German resident of Dong Kong who brought the first cargo of chinese coolies to Mexico Over a Vear ago arrived yesterday from Hong Kong. He goes to Mexico by rail to arrange for a further importation of chinese labourers after which he will go to Germany to secure capital for a steamship line Between Hung a a it ear to induced in Cruz on Tho Lover mexican coast. They Are not convict labourers but their passage Back is assured them and in Case of death the shipment of their bodies Imine is assured. Vogel said that the Tehmau Stopec Railroad and the big $4,, jetties in Tampico Harbor offered work for several thousand coolies who were far More valuable for such labor than the natives. Fatality an inheritance. Strange Story of How death comes to the Berry family. Proa Tidence. R. I., sept. 14.�?the kernal of a Peanut in the left lung of William Berry a two year old child caused death in about four hours last night. Tho infant went Home on the Patu act Valley train with its parents and on Tho cars espied a Peanut which it picked up and eat with the result that the Kernel passed into the lung. Four doctors could not relieve to sufferings of the child. At the funeral today a singular lir of sudden fatalities in the Berry family was related by the goof Strokon parents. A 3-year-old child was poisoned Only a year ago and later a Little boy dropped dead from fright. When Hie Mother of the present Berrys died the funeral party returned from Tho cemetery to find the father dead in his chair. So she drank acid. Miss swains Beau saw an Asbury Park bather and wanted to put off the wedding. Or. Holly n. J., sept 14.�?the Village of Poinville Burlington county came near being the scone of a sensational suicide last night and the principal actor was one of the prettiest girls in the Village. Miss Annie Swain. She swallowed a Quantity of carbolic acid because Lier Lover Augustus Ridgway expressed a desire to have their wedding postponed for a week or More. Tho engagement was announced several weeks ago. Finally Tho wedding was set for yesterday and the usual preparations had been made Lor the event. _ or. Ridgway and miss brain took a trip to Asbury Park where during their sojourn he seemed rather smitten by a Gay Young girl whom to saw in a bewitching bathing suit. Lins excited Tho jealousy of miss Swain and upon their return Home yesterday or. Ridgway capped the Climax by suggesting that. The wedding be postponed for a Little miss Swain probably expected something of this kind for she took bottle of carbolic acid from her pocket and drank it. Or. Ridgway snatched it array from her ups. A physician avos hurriedly called and her life was saved. Ran off with an sex convict. Cincinnati sept. 14.�?two very nervous Young people aval ked into the office of Squire Bodkin in Newport. Saturday and asked Lam to marry them in a hurry. They were highly excited. The Young Man said that they were anxious to get to Louisville As soon As possible and wanted to be married at once. Everything being regular they were married. The explanation of this strange marriage is Given in the following despatch from Dayton of Ixia is Motzell an sex convict and miss Kila Gray. Daughter of Morgan Gray. Lied Tho City saturday night. Motzell is 21 and miss Gray was one year his Junior. The fact that Motzell had spent a portion of his Young life at Tho reformatory and later wore a convict s garb in the Ohio Penitentiary for felony did not Lessen miss Gray s infatuation. A note left by miss Gray to her parents contained the simple announcement that she and her Lover had left for Kentucky there to become Man and wife. The disappearance however of about #80 Patrick Koan. V. 8. Minuter to chill. Just past his 50th birthday his ufos for nearly a score years past has been varied by prosecution As a lawbreaker in one country Ami promotion to that of a representative of the United states government in another. Educated in Dublin to at an Early age became interested in the struggle of ills fellow countrymen in fenian times and took an Active part in organizing resistance to the government. July 4. 1878, he presided at a meeting of Tho citizens of Dublin to celebrate Hie Centenary of american Independence when a congratulatory address to the people of the United states was adopted to which the Amel lean House of representatives made a suitable response. In company with Parnell Dillon Biggin and t. I. Sullivan m. Is. Egan was tried for conspiracy in Isho hut the trial resulted in a disagreement of the jury. He was Ai the time treasurer of the land league and in order to defeat the efforts of the government to get control of the league books Egan was obliged to take up his residence in Paris where he remained till 1883, when lie returned to Dublin Anda few months later he came to America. Hero his fellow countrymen at once elected him president of the Irish National league of America in 1884, before or. Egan had been More Chan a year in this country he actively supported i lie candidature of or. Blaine for Tye presidency and was very freely criticised Tor his action. To occupies a unique position in diplomatic circles inasmuch As he had Only become a naturalized citizen of the United states a few months before his appointment As minister to Chili in fact barely in tune to enable him to vote for president Harrison. He is an effective speaker but makes no pretensions to oratory. Previous to ins appointment by president Harrison to carried on an extensive milling business at Lincoln neb., As he had previously done in Dublin. New York feet i . G. Dun pc co.9 weekly review of Trade says. In substance All returns of the condition of business Are encouraging. There is no room for doubt about the improvement in Trade. From nearly every City reporting there conies the sumo information that business is letter and prospects brighter. At Boston business is increasing with More orders for lots and shoe larger Sale of leather dry goods fairly Active and a better Trade in lumber while Sale of Wool Are fairly Large and prices firm. At Philadelphia the tone of the Iron Market has much improved hardware is More Active better business is noted in liquors and tobacco and in groceries the fall Trade opens Well virile chemicals Are steady and Wool in moderate demand and firm. Buriness is encouraging at Buffalo decidedly improving at Cincinnati and Cleveland and it May to noted that at Eastern Points generally some improvement is seen Iii collections. Receipts of wheat at Chicago Are five Lam s those of last year. Of Corn double of Rye seven times and of Oats and dressed beef a third larger with some crease in Wool while a decrease appear in Barley and cured meats dry goods sales in August were the largest Ever known the clothing Trade in very Large with fair collections and the shoe Trade excellent. Money is plentiful for legitimate at Milwaukee business is satisfactory at Minneapolis sales of Lum it or Are Large with prices stiff and receipts of wheat j,4�?~ 0,n00 hush. Against Moo too last year at by. Paul improvement is seen and prospects Are Bright a St. Louis shipments of Money to the Cotton states ire increasing but Tho Market is comparatively easy at in Over Trade improves and also at Kansas City. Even at the South the improvement i general especially at Louisville Memphis. Savannah and Atlanta and at now Orleans to Nile is More net Ive. Rice boing especially Strong and Money in Good demand. Idle Prospect is better because stocks and Bonds Are in greater demand. It a ool us Felling fairly Well at All the important markets and there is seen a better demand for dry goods which gives much encouragement to manufacturers the Boot Ami shoe Trade is progressing quite As Well As it was a year ago with fair prices and encouraging demand. _. Tho business failures occurring throughout the country during the past seven Days. As reported to it. G Dunt co. And e. Russell a to. Of the mercantile Agency number for the United states 187. And toe it Anima 27. Or a total of 214. As compared with a total of Jit last week and 214 the a Eek previous to the last. For the corresponding week of Hist year the figures Avern 193, representing 107 in the United states and 20 in Canada. Damaged Cotton . Unfavourable condition reported in the Atlantic state. Washington sept. Law the september report of the department of agriculture Marks a reduction in condition of Cotton during the past Mouth of six Pointe from 88.9 to 82.7. August is a critical period in the growth of Hie Cotton Plant and 18 times in 80 years has deterioration been indicated by the returns of sept. I. In the four exceptional years the August averages were relatively Low and a decline has occurred during the Prea ious month. Tho cause of Tho present reduction on the Atlantic coast has been an excess of rainfall causing overgrowth of the Plant anti diminishing the tendency to fruit age. From Alabama Westward drought was the main Factor of loss assisted by the Boll worm and Caterpillar. Condition is lowest in Arkansas Louisiana Ami Tennessee. In a few counties of Texas heavy rainfall in the morning Follo aved by hot Sunshine in the afternoon canted serious shedding of forms. The most serious complaints Are of fat Iitto an Vba Vafi Mufti run i wills. Love among the Sioux Warren k. Morehead in ladles Horny journal to me one of the customs of courting is very strangely in keeping with the wild yet romantic Rife of tile Sioux. A Young Man desiring to make love to the lady of Iris Choice works patiently for several Days and constructs a Reed flute. There Are five or six holes in Tho instrument and eight or to notes can be produced upon it. Tho sound is wierd Aud plaintive. Home Beautiful Moonlight night about 8 of clock the Young Man leaves his Home and stationing himself about too Yards Horn the Homo of his intended plays fur one or Tiro hours a series of strange melodies All of them in the minor key. The sound floats out of tile summer s air. And perhaps a Prairie dog of Tho Plain near by disturbed by the music May raise his Small voice in protesting barks or. A great White owl. In a scrub Oak. May Hoot Ami who in derision. The sound is As Sweet to the Maiden s oars As the voice of the Lover himself. She listens attentively and when she concludes that he has played sufficiently Long to assure Hor of his serious intentions site timidly walks Forth from her Home. Ali Road ing the nov useless Reed Udoji the ground Tho Young Man rushes Forth. Then ensues a scene such As Only those who have been lovers can appreciate. How a ship ran up on a Mountain. About 20 years ago com. Gilkeson was an officer on Tho United Statos vessel Wateree one Clear and Calm afternoon when about 30 Miles off the coast of Peru an enormous wave was seen hearing Down upon the ship. The Wateree was brought about to meet Tho wave Rode upon its Crest and 30 minutes later avas loft High and dry upon a Mountain three Miles stack from the peruvian coast and 1700 feet above the level of the sea having travelled at a rate of Over of Miles an hour. The loss of life by this tidal wave Xmas frightful one City alone of 30,000 inhabitants having been overwhelmed. All the vessels in the neighbourhood of the peruvian coast foundered with the exception of the Wateree and while the Crew was Safe the ship was a loss and it had to a aban Puruis. A Llu in toc Oriu in i a a shedding fruits and heaves rotting of bolls. Sprouting of seed in the bolls rust staining of open Cotton extent in a few localities where Cotton Worms Are unusually destructive. In the area affected by drought rust and shedding also occurs sudden extremes of temperature Cool nights followed by holidays have been productive of similar indications of deterioration adv cause reducing vitality and threatening decay produces these frequently indicated diseases and conditions. The relative degree of loss from these causes is indicated by the state average of condition which areas follows Virginia 78, a loss of 3 Points North Carolina 79, a gain of 4 Points South Carolina. 81, a loss of 2 Points Georgia. 82. A loss of 4 Points Florida so a loss of fits Points Alabama 88, a lews of 6 Points Mississippi 83, a loss of to Points in Nils Iana 85. A loss of 5 Points Texas 82, a loss of to Points Arkansas 8d, a loss of 9 Points Tennessee 84, a gain of 2 Points. Cotton crop. Not More than an average yield and very poor in spots. Washington sept. september report of the department of agriculture makes a reduction in the condition of Cotton during the past Mouth of six Points from 88.9to 82.7. August is critical period in the grow Tii of the Cotton Plant and 16 times in 20 years has deterioration been indicated by the returns of sept. I. In the four exceptional years the August averages were relatively Low. And a decline has occurred during the previous month. The cause of the present reduction on Tho Atlantic coast has Boon an excess of rainfall causing overgrowth of the Plant and diminishing the tendency to fruit age. Krum Alabama Westward drought a As the main Factor of loss assisted by the Boll worm Aud Caterpillar. Condition is lowest in Arkansas. In Luisiana and Tennessee. In a few counties of Texas heavy rainfall in the morning followed by hot Sunshine in the afternoon caused serious shedding of forms. Tile most serious complaints Are the shedding of fruit and leaves rotting of tolls sprouting of seed in Tim bolls rust staining of open Cotton except in a few localities where Cotton Worms Are unusually destructive. In the area affected a Gay drought rust and shedding also occur. Sudden extremes of temperature Cool nights followed by hot Days have been productive of similar indications of deterioration. Any eau a reducing vitality Aud threatening decay produces these frequently indicated disease and conditions. The relative degree of loss from these causes is indicated by the state average of condition which Are As follows Virginia 78. A loss of 3 Points North Carolina 79. A gain of 4 Points South Carolina 81, a loss of 2 Points Georgia 82, a loss of 4 Points Florida 88, a loss of 6 Point Alabama 83, a loss of 8 Points Mississippi 83, a loss of to Points Louziana 85, a loss of 5 Points Texas 82, a loss of to joints Arkansas 86, loss of 9 Points Tennessee 84, again of 3 Points. Corn now out of danger. Chicago sept. 9.�?the Farmers review says a report from our correspondents in 14 states shows that the frosts have done Little damage in any of the states with the exception of Wisconsin. Iowa. Minnesota and the Dakotas and that the damage Iii these states is confined to certain localities the extent of which Avill not greatly in file Cnethe total crop. In son a localities Corn is already out of danger land will be so in nearly All the states in two weeks. Notes. Tho census office reports that the mortgage indebtedness of Kansas is $235,485,-108, which does not include a state and own Uriu my several countries appointed commissions to investigate Tho catastrophe but. While they advanced Many theories they never satisfactorily explained the cause. How chairmen can be funny. Max of Rell tells the Story of a chairman True value of All taxed real estate which is Between $800,000,000 and $900,000,000. The total assessed valuation of real and personal property in 1890. Not including $57,-866,233 of Railroad property was $290,583.-711. The average amount of debt per mortgaged acre is placed at $6.85. The expert examination of the Keystone Bank Philadelphia books has been Discon �1>x u Neu veils vue Swu in he in a. C a a a a a. His lectures who on in Bank Philadelphia books has been Discon he had at one of is lectures. No on in tin cd the too appropriated by Congress to reducing him to his audience spoke or Anjou n axing special examinations of National hour and a half. The lecturer then Rose Banks throughout the country having been and quietly proposing a vote of thanks to used up. Expert Kaun be said thursday that Tho chairman for hts address sat Down they had just reached a very interesting again Aud the meeting closed and important Point in their examination

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