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Boston Weekly Globe (Newspaper) - September 22, 1891, Boston, Massachusetts Remainder of year lieu Piej to one Dollar subscribers. Read announcement remainder of yeah Itzi Heb i to one Dollar subscribers. Read announcement vol. Xix no. 38boston, tuesday morning september 22, 1891. Puk be five Ems. Many millions a the hot weather is doing for the encouraging reports received from All the Trade and weather reports from All Over the world. New York sept. 18�?r o. Dun amp weekly review of Trade says the hot weather at the West is Worth to the country Many millions even1 Day. Each Clear and cloudless Day places millions of bushels of Corn beyond the possibility of harm from Frost and a great part of the anticipated crop is already Safe. The Large crops mean that the Farmers will be enabled so Purchase More freely of the products of other industries and will pay this fall a vast amount of indebtedness. Actual improvement is seen in nearly All the cities from which reports Are received this week. At Boston Trade is enlarging with steady demand for boots and shoes and manufacturers quite Well employed and the de mend for dry goods is excellent and for Wool very fair. At Hartford Trade in dry goods hardware and groceries improve. At Philadelphia business is More Active and the Iron markets stronger As Well As Trade in jewelry paints and Glass though the improvement in demand for dry goods is not Felt by manufacturers. At Cleveland Trade in nearly All lines increases and at Cincinnati Tho shoe business is especially Active but the Carriage Trade quiet. At Chicago some decrease in receipts of lard butter and Wool compared with last year is reported for the week but increase in flour Barley cured meats cheese hides a gain of a Quarter in Oats while receipts of Rye and wheat Are six times those of last year. At Minneapolis Trade is Active in lumber and flour shipments of flour being More than double those of last year. At fit. Paul Trade greatly exceeds expectations and at Omaha is Good though Money is close. At Milwaukee it is observed that the weather has greatly improved the prospects As to Corn. At fit. Louis the country Banks Are not drawing As heavily for Northern crops but Money is going South for Cotton and at Kansas City Trade is satisfactory and Money easier. At Nashville improvement is seen and Money is not so close As heretofore. At Memphis the gain is slow but while Money is not abundant Tho Market is easier. At Savannah Trade is fair but Tho Money Market is still tight and at new Orleans improvement is seen in groceries Rice is moving freely and Money though in Good demand is in sufficient Supply for All legitimate needs. It is especially noteworthy that collections Are improving at most Points and that the Money markets Are on the whole comparatively easy although the cods to he moved Are enormous and the actual movement unprecedented. It. Is a surprising i att that notwithstanding the output of pier Iron is almost equal to the largest Ever known Tho Price grows More steady and stiff and a decidedly better tone is observed in All the important markets. This has been noticed for a month or More As a sure indication of very Largo and healthy consumption of Iron. An Awakening is seen in the Hoot and shoe business although shipments Are not at present equal to those of last year hut the manufacturers have More satisfactory orders and Tim feeling is More confident. The Woollen manufacture is doing remarkably Well in some brandies particularly in worsted and dress goods and the demand for dress goods notably exceeds Tho present Supply. It is believed that in All Wool cassimere As much badness is being done As Ever. Print clot s have advanced a Little and it is believed tint tins has been the largest season Ever known in prints. The to siness failures occurring throughout Tho country during the past seven Days As reported by ii. G. Dun amp co. And e. Russell it co. Of the mercantile Agency number for the i n Ted states 210, and for Canada 2i>, or a total of 289, As compared with a total of 214last week and 217 Tho week previous to the last. For the corresponding week of last year the figures wore lid representing 104 in Tho i United states and 20 in Canada. Abundance everywhere. Immense yield of tobacco crops of other Staples. Springfield mass., sept. 18. A late tobacco in the Connecticut Aud Housatonic valleys is now safely harvested. Favourable weather has enabled the Early Cut Leaf to cure Iii Fine shape and it is now beyond danger of pole sweat. The Market continues Active for both 1890 and 1891 crops. Western packers have entered Tho Field and add to the Competition for the Hest crops at very favourable prices. Pennsylvania s tobacco is also safely housed but the Western new York and a Wisconsin crop will require another week or to Days to mature Tho late plantings. Reports to the new England Homestead also confirm the shortage in the yield of Winter apples especially High coloured varieties. But greetings Are More plenty than earlier reports indicated. Complaints Eracli the Homestead of potato rot in the ground and in the cellar throughout Southern new England and Many sections of new York but the Western crop is Large Aud Fine. The average condition of this crop in the principal potato growing states of the country is 94.6 against 71.5 last year and 04 in mid september of 1888, when the country harvested the largest potato yield on record. The crop is also excellent til the provinces whence it is being shipped freely to Cuba and Porto Rico. Canada having the same privileges in those markets until july i 1892, that Are secured to the United states under Tho reciprocity treaty. Tile potato crop is practically ruined in Ireland Aud greatly curtailed in Scotland England and on the continent and heavy exports to these countries from the United states Are probable. One authority intimates that the potato deficit in Ireland is so great that with the european shortage in wheat and Rye it is possible that the Irish famine of 1840 May be repeated. Butter markets have advanced a Strong 2 cents per Pound and Choice Creamery is Worth 26 cents per Pound at wholesale in All markets. Cheese is also Strong at higher prices. Contracts for Winter milk to run from oct. I to May i will probably be made at an Advance of by cent per quart Over last year s Price in Boston new York and other cities owing to the increased Cost of feed the latter costing from 1 to $5 per ton More than a year ago. The comparatively Short Cotton crop is advancing the value of cottonseed meal. Small fruits Are producing and moving freely grapes being very abundant at Low prices. Onions have blighted to some extent during the past three weeks and with lighter receipts the markets Are rallying Aud prices Are firmer. The Advance in the value of beef cattle has created a Lively demand for Eastern fed beef Aud the new England and new York Farmers hone for a restoration of tile Home Market for beef cattle of which they have been deprived of late by the Chicago dressed beef Combine. Reports show a far More hopeful feeling among Farmers of new England and new York than for several years. Farms Are in better demand than previously at slightly increased prices. The return of those who emigrated no the West a few years ago is frequently noted. Quite a number of the so called deserted farms in Vermont have already been sold to such Farmers. An organized Effort is also being made to add to the attractions of Home life on the farm and of social life in Rural communities. this end the Farmers Are entering upon a vigorous Campaign for free delivery and collection of mail matter at every House in country districts to be followed by a demand for More frequent mails in the Bountry and a parcel Post. Until these Are secured All Farmers organizations will oppose one cent postage. They must have food. Immense increase in our Grain exports to Europe. Washington sept. 17.�?the Bureau of statistics in its report of the exports of bread stuff in August shows that the exports in the last month exceeded those of Angust 1890, More than 818,000,000 in value. The increase was principally in wheat and wheat flour but there was also an increase of exports of Rye. For the last two months the increase in value of exports Over the corresponding two months of 1890, was More than 823,000,000. Russia our competitor. She exports More kerosene Oil to India than we do. San Francisco cal., sent. 18.�?a letter from Calcutta received hero yesterday states that in one important Branch of Commerce Russia is Likely to become a formidable competitor with America. This refers to the Export of kerosene Oil. India has become a very Large consumer of this product and As Little Oil has been found in the East. The Home product amounts to absolutely nothing. Imports of kerosene Oil irom Russia Are now in excess of those from the United states. In the three months of the current official year the total imports from America were 6,600,688 Gallons and from Russia 7,953.539 Gallons. Special facilities have been created in Calcutta for this Trade and it has developed rapidly. Bomb hot weather. How it affected Minnesota Michigan and other states. St. Paul minn., sept. 19.�?the intense heat of the past few Days continued yesterday the thermometer registering irom ioo3 to too at several Minnesota Points. The heat was accompanied by a Strong wind and Prairie fires Are reported from a dozen localities. A great Deal of Hay in stacks has. Been destroyed and three or four Miles of Tho great Northern Railroad track have been burned and made impassable. In North Dakota the greatest damage has been done around Lisbon. At least 50,000 bushels of wheat have been destroyed there. At last reports the fire was still spreading North and East the stage Driver from Winona n. D., says a Prairie fire started at Winchester yesterday and burned West 12 Miles Aud to within six Miles of the Missouri River. The wind then changed and dive Tho tire East 15 Miles through Williamsport which is four Miles Southeast of Bismarck. Last night the entire neighbourhood gathered and fought the flames out of Winona the fire is still burning. It is feared that Williamsport is burned. As the fire was driven by a High wind and the town is poorly protected. The fact of there being no mail to Bismarck since wednesday gives credence to the fear. A strip about 30 Miles wide and 40 Long has been burned Over. In Northern Minnesota and Wisconsin the fire is in the forests. The damage is not reported heavy except near Cumberland. Huron. Fit ii., sept. 19.�?yesterday was the fifth hot Day this week in which the thermometer has ranged from 92 to 95j in the Shade. A number of cases of prostration from heat have been reported two of which May prove fatal. Worst storm for years. Wires on the grand trunk Down Church and houses struck. Portland me., sept. 19.�?the wires on the Crank trunk Are not working Well this morning they being Down by reason of the great storm of last night. Tho indications Are that considerable damage was done and that the storm was a perfect tempest in some places. At Berlin n. H., the report is that the methodist Church and two houses were struck Aud other damage done. Reports say it was the hardest Thunder storm for years. The worlds Supply. General shortage almost too much for our Bountiful harvests. An exhaustive study of Tho worlds food Supply emphasizes facts of grave importance to both America and Europe. It shows that the half has not been told about Tho european shortage in bread stuffs which not oven a Bountiful Cron this year would have relieved. Continental Powers especially Russia suppress a he facts so far As possible. In Many russian provinces the Scarcity of food became pronounced As far Hack As february last. Tho astounding shortage in russians yield of Rye effectually obliterates All possibility of Russia exporting any of her scant wheat crop. That Eastern Germany is in practically Tho same plight admits of no doubt. Tho european reserves that have heretofore eked out insufficient harvests Are everywhere exhausted. Accepting Tho largest estimates of production both at Homo and abroad Ami even assuming that the United states Ami Canada can Export 1225.000,000 bushels Thoro is still a deficit in the words food Supply of at least 200.000.000 bushels of wheat and Rye with a possibility of the shortage being twice As great. Added to this is the almost total failure of the potato crop in Ireland and serious curtailment in the yield of potatoes Oil the continent. Even with Tho utmost Economy of distribution and an unheard of consumption of american Maize grave distress is before the masses of Europe. For the first time in years wheat bran and middling Aro being exported to Europe thus Early Iii the season. Farmers May look for a Sharp Advance in All cereals As soon As Tho demand realizes Tho extent of the worlds actual Supply and Renews its judgment that every Bushel of High Grade wheat is today Worth fully la on the farm where it votes Home anti abroad. Large purchases of wheat and other Grain ave said to have been made lately by numerous French agents directly of Farmers in the provinces of Rome and the Foglie at whatever prices the Farmers have demanded with the result of rapidly increasing prices. It is thought that the purchases were on account of tile French government. As Italy a Grain crop is no More than sufficient for Home consumption exporting Grain now implies the necessity of future imports at higher prices according to special cables from London the proposed address to her majesty by the Canadian parliament respecting Imperial Trade has evoked much pleasure in colonial circles. It is hoped that other colonial parliaments will follow suit thus strengthening the hands of lord Salisbury in terminating the obnoxious clauses in the Zollverein and belgian treaties. This also encourages the Imperial federation lists in their attempt to devise a plan for closer Trade relations with the Empire. The drought throughout Rockingham county n.h., is becoming serious. Throughout the county Wells Are Ary or dangerously Low and the oldest residents cannot remember when so Many Brooks and Springs have ceased to flow. The yield of Oats through the Aroostook Valley me., is the heaviest Ever known. The Bureau of statistics in its report of the exports of bread stuff s in August shows that the exports in the last month exceeded those of August. 1890, More than $18,000,-ooo in value. I he increase was principally in wheat and wheat flour but there was also an increase of exports of Rye. For Tho last two months the increase in value of exports Over the corresponding two months of 1890 was More than $23,000,000, phylloxera is ravishing the vines in South Styria. Austria in spite of the fact that american vines had been grafted upon them under the belief that this would have a curative effect. German capitalists it is said propose constructing abattoirs at Chicago in order to control the importation of pork into the fatherland. A the Anthracite Coal producing companies wednesday advanced prices of Coal in new York from oct. I from to to 25 cents a ton the Railroad officials in the general offices of the Northwestern lines say that so far As they can toll the several circulars that have been issued by different authorities of the Farmers Alliance to the Farmers instructing them to sell or hold their wheat Are having Little or no effect. In Kansas and Iowa where the Farmers Are More Independent financially it is thought they will have a tendency to hold their Grain. But in the Dakotas and Western and Northwestern Minnesota where several poor seasons have obliged the Farmers to borrow freely and thus practically mortgage their crop in Advance Grain will move As usual and already has begun to do so. War has again broken out among the big watchmakers of America. This time Tho Waltham and the Elgin companies have pooled their issues and by one blow seek to wipe out of existence their foe. John c. Dueber who has been fighting the Trust for several in full blast. New York democrats choose Flower and republicans in Lii of battled issues before politics interesting notes from Many quarters. Saratoga sept. 18.�?Tho now York state democratic convention was called to order yesterday at noon. Chairman Murphy of the committee announced that lion. George Raines would to temporary chairman and or. Raines opened the proceedings with an Able speech. Tho Roll of delegates. As prepared by the state committee called Forth a number of protests from delegates and organizations and the Day was spent in hearing them and receiving resolutions which were referred to the committee. Having thus cleared the ground for the great Days work of the Morrow Tho convention adjourned till to a. In. The presentation of the platform was the first event of Tho next Day. This was a Strong document As the following extracts will show the democratic party of the state of new York in convention assembled Renews the pledges of its Fidelity to democratic Faith and As regards National issues reaffirms the doctrine of the National platform of 1884 Aud 1888, endorsed by the popular votes in those years and so overwhelmingly ratified by the popular verdict in Tho congressional elections of 1890. We now As then steadfastly adhere to principles of sound finance. We Are against the coinage of any Dollar which is not of Tho intrinsic value of every other Dollar of Tho United states. Roswell Fyk Tarone Flower is by years of age. Me was born in Jefferson county new York of new England ancestry. His father died when he was Only 8 years old and at 14 the boy became a clerk in a country store afterwards however resuming his studies in the High school of his town. Next he worked in a Brickyard and then in a Post . Finally he became a jeweller. After to years in that Trade by which he gained a Good Start in the world he went to new York and took charge of the $4,000,000 estate of his brother in Law Henry keep. His Fortune now is reckoned by the millions. His first conspicuous part in politics was taken to years ago when he beat William Waldorf Astor in a race for Congress. He declined a renomination and while a member of both of the intervening National conventions and frequently and widely talked of As a candidate for governor and president he did not take political office again unt last fall when he Ware elected to the House of representatives. We therefore unite with the friends of honest Money everywhere in stigmatizing the Sherman progressive Silver basis Law As no solution of the Gold anti Silver question and As a fit appendix to Trio subsidy and Bounty swindle. The Mckinley worse than War Tariff. The Blaine reciprocity Humbug. The squandered surplus. The advancing deficit. The defective census. The falsified representation and the revolutionary procedures of the billion Congress. All justly condemned by the Peoples great uprising last november a verdict which renewed next year will empower democratic statesmen to guide the people s councils and to execute the Peoples will. After reciting the Beneficent results of democratic Success including u lowering of the tax rate rapid transit for new Ork City a United states senator from the Empire state also the presentation of Hills to enumerate the inhabitants and re apportion Senate and Assembly districts and revise Tho excise Laws the Republican party is arraigned for blocking important measures in the state Senate which was Iii its control and for its hostility to new Yorkus claim for the worlds fair. Home Rule for counties and municipalities is favored. Low taxes and economical administration demanded. Revision is demanded of Tho various confused statutes regulating the Sale of intoxicating liquors and the enactment of a just equitable and comprehensive excise Law. Framed in accordance with existing Public sentiment As repeatedly manifested. We demand an Extension of electoral Reform with a View to preventing the profuse expenditure of Money by candidates and political committees and we congratulate the people of the state that there Lias been at last wrested from a Republican legislature by Force of Public sentiment a genuine electoral Reform Law which guarantees ail absolutely secret ballot Aud which prevents intimidation and corruption. William i. Sheehan. Or. Sheehan is but a Young Man being Only is years of age yet he has served seven years in the state legislature and has led his party victoriously for five years upon the floor of the House. Last year he was speaker of the Assembly. Labor legislation is called for. Russian brutalities Are denounced and gov. Hill commended for his work. Thomas de Witt of Kings county placed Alfred j. Chapin Iii nomination for governor. And Gen. Gatlin of Kings county seconded the nomination. The Roll Call resulted As follows 337 votes cast of which Flower received 334 Chapin 43, the nomination of Flower by a unanimous vote of the convention was then made. Assemblyman Mcclelland of Westchester nominated William f. Sheehan for lieutenant governor and senator Mcna Gliton of Monroe seconded the nomination. Cady Herrick of Albany moved Sheehane a nomination be made unanimous. The motion was carried. Frank Rice of Ontario county was nominated Secretary of state by acclamation As was also Frank Campbell of Steuben county Tor comptroller. The nominations of Elliot f. Danforth of i Chenango county for treasurer Simon j Rosendale of Albany for attorney general and Martin Schenck of Rensselaer for Surveyor and Engineer were also Mado by acclamation. Soon aft or 2 o clock a committee which was sent to conduct or. Flower entered the Hall and while every Man stood on his chair and shouted the candidate advanced to Tho platform with smiles on his face. When the shouts of applause had worn off somewhat. Or. Flower ascended the platform and in a Brief speech thanked the convention for the Honor conferred upon him. A we shall not fail Quot said he a to remind Tho voters of that Bare treachery by which now York was deprived of Tho worlds fair and $300,000,000 lost in her citizens. We shall not forget those other Republican misdeeds by which the Peoples interests have been neglected and betrayed. But. Gentlemen i am not Here to make a speech nor to discuss the Issue of this Campaign. I am hero to accept your nomination. I am Here to say to you that i will to your Leader in this Campaign and with your Strong help we will Plant on Tho Walls of the Capitol at Albany for the next three years the Banner of or. Sheehan the candidate for lieutenant governor also addressed the delegates after which the convention at 2.22 p. In., adjourned silo die amid Groet cheering. Bay state republicans. Allen of Lowell gets the beat of Crapo for governor. Tho Massachusetts republicans hold their state convention in Tremont Temple Boston on wednesday last and the proceedings which were entirely harmonious resulted in Tho selection of Charles Herbert Alton of Lowell formerly member of Congress As candidate for governor. His rival for the nomination was sex Congre Sinan w. W. Crapo of new Bedford. Tho Campaign had been carried on vigorously and was not Given up till Tho ballot resulted in Allen receiving 713 votes against or. Crapo s Oil when the supporters of Tho latter moved to make the nomination unanimous Ami declared their intention of doing their Best to help elect the Choice of Tho convention. Chairman j. O. Burdett of the state committee called the convention to order and was chosen temporary chairman. Rev. E. Capon of Tufts College offered prayer. The chairman made a Brief address and offered a Resolution expressive of sorrow at the death of Hon George b. Loring which was subsequently carried. Congressman Henry Cebot i Edge was chosen As chairman. And lie made a Long speech severely criticising the record of gov. Russell and the course of the democratic party generally. On National issues he claimed that the Mckinley Hill had resulted Iii increased Prosperity and that the election cries of last year were fraudulent Aud had been utterly exposed and found to to fallacious. Or. Blaine s statesmanship was eulogized especially Iii the matter of the reciprocity treaties. At the mention of Blaine s name the delegates went wild with enthusiasm followed again by another outburst of applause. It was a noticeable fact that president Harrison a name received hut slight applause. Or. Xxi get a speech occupied an hour in delivery. George n. Carpenter of Brookline then reported for the committee on credentials that the convention was entitled to 1269 delegates representing 30 cities Aud 312 towns 1242 delegates were present. The report of the committee w As accepted. Then Hon. F. Greenhalge of Lxi Well called for Tho appointment of the committee on resolutions Anil they were appointed with or. Greenhalge As chairman. Forty minutes were then Given for the presentation of candidates for governor. Sex. Gov. John p. Long presented the name of William w. Crapo in an eloquent speech As a Man of wide legislative experience and a statesman of tried ability. Or. Allens name was presented by congressman Cogswell. After this had been done a coloured Delegate presented a Resolution calling for the recognition of voters of his race in the selections for office. This occupied Cue time till or. Greenhalge was ready to present the platform which had been partly outlined in the chairman a speech. The usual commendation of the administration and of the party was indulged in. On the Silver question the platform said it is of Paramount importance to the whole people to maintain the Only True and a afe Standard of value in Money every Dollar issued by the government whether paper or Coin should be of Good As every other Dollar. We condemn the democratic party for its endorsement of tree Silver in Hie party platforms in Ohio Iowa Indiana Michigan and is other status. The position of tile democratic party Oil the most vital question is full of peril to the country. We again affirm our unwavering Fidelity to the american system of Protection and our belief in its inestimable value to the interests of this country. We congratulate Hie country thut the experience of less than a Twelvemonth Lias already proved that instead of being fraught with Tho disasters falsely predicted by our opponents the Tariff legislation of the last Congress has resulted in the greatest pros mgt Ralty to the business intervals of every Section of the country. Tile removal of the duties on sugar has proved a great Boon to the country. The unexampled Success of the policy of reciprocity cannot be controverted. We regard this policy As the natural outcome and development of tile protective principle securing by a Wise discrimination in Tho Exchange of products the most profitable foreign Commerce while increasing without endangering Tho Prosperity of our Domestic industries. Other Points Wero the keeping of pledges to pension soldiers Tho restriction of immigration Public school maintenance favouring Temperance legislation commending the Republican executive Council for acting As a Check on the democratic governor and declaring generally that Tho Best and highest interests of Tho country of government Ami business in foreign and Domestic affairs in state or nation demand the Success of the Republican party and the Triumph of its principles and that Success we Are resolved to achieve. The ticket was concluded in the following manner for governor Charles in Allen of Lowell. For lieutenant governor William ii. Haile of Springfield. For Secretary of the commonwealths William m. Olin of Boston. For treasurer Aud receiver general George a. Mardon of Lowell for auditor John w. Kimball of Fitchburg. For attorney general Al Bort e. Pillsbury of Vernal republicanism. National convention to be held some time next May. Washington sept. 17.�?m. Deyoung member of the National Republican executive committee arrived Here last night in company with Gen. Clarkson. a Post reporter or. Deyoung said Quot the executive committee will shortly Call a meeting of the National committee. Which will determine the time and place of holding our National convention. The convention will he held within six months of the meeting of the National committee so As to avoid the extreme heat that worried us so badly at Chicago last time. The committee will doubtless Convene Here in november and Soho convention will take place some time during the month of May 1892. Ohio Campaign. Many complications but democratic Hopes Are Bright Washington d. a sept. 17.�?representative Yoder of Ohio who Hopes to be sergeant at arms of the next House left for Ohio today Iii company with representative Mills who will take the stump for gov. Campbell. Or. Yoder is confident that Campbell will Boins own successor. Quot nothing that can happen in this to said Quot can Surprise me for though i have been in Ohio politics a Good Many years i have never seen before just such a state of affairs As exists now. A i think Campbell will be re elected i should not be surprised if he got 15,000 or 20.000 majority. Quot it certain things May happen to cause his defeat. Quot there May be some trading on the legislature by the Farmers Alliance. One thing that seems absolutely certain is that the legislature will not he Republican. Sherman a successor will in that Case he a Democrat out and out. Or comp Ronnise candidate will be elected by democratic votes. A the fight Between Tho Foraker folks and Sherman a friends is As bitter As it can he and in addition to that Many of Foraker a friends Are dissatisfied with or. Mckinley. Quot the Alliance speakers Are going for Mckinley and Sherman Hammer Ana tongs. Quot but to have nothing to do with that fight. Polk Simpson and Tho rest of them have their own objects in vie but if they carry half the votes they claim Mckinley is bound to be beaten. Quot Simpson is speaking to thousands Lof people and the enthusiasm to excites among the Ohio Farmers would astonish you. Quot of course it is Sherman they Are after particularly and they Are not trying to help the democrats but Sherman is More interested in the legislature than the loss to Mckinley \ interests. Quot Tho Alliance As w Ell As the democrats Are pounding the Mckinley Bill and i two turds of the voters in he state detest thai measure though Many will not vote As they feel. Quot the fall in the Price of Wool has Hurt Mckinley greatly Anil the Only reply to can make to the arguments of Iris opponents is that if it wore not for ids Bill the Price would have fallen still lower. Quot Tho republicans arc trying to overshadow the Tariff question by Tho discussion of of Fijor hut i do not think that w ill help them any. The Tariff reformers will not to diverted by it. And on the other hand there arc Many free coinage republicans Whoso vote i will to lost to Hope to undo tub mischief How Blaine s treaty of reciprocity failed of confirmation. Washington sept. 18. Our minister to Venezuela or. Scruggs is on his was to this country on leave of absence and while hero will discuss reciprocity and other matters with or. Blaine. There is a comical Story in connection with the failure of or. Blaine to negotiate a reciprocity treaty with Venezuela a Short time ago and it shows that even Tho shrewdest diplomats May be Over reached in their efforts to gain too much. When or. Blaine first suggested to Venezuela the conclusion of a reciprocity treaty that country a minister Here Senor Bolet Peraza was Given Power by his government to Frame a treaty subject to the ratification of the venezuelan i engross. John a. Foster who has i Emmr. Blaine s right hand Man in conducting most of the reciprocity negotiations was to trusted with the work of framing the treaty. Gen. Footer Drew up a treaty which gave the United states every possible advantage and a great Deal More than or. Foster had any reason to expect would be agreed to by Venezuela hut on the same principle that when a lawyer sues for damages lie makes Tho amount Elai tiled three times As Largo As he expects the jury to Render a verdict for or Foster put in a great Many things which lie expected senior Peraza to reject and which after some discussion or. Foster would agree to and so convey the. Impression that to had made important concessions on his part. But to Tho surmise of both or. Blaine and Gen. Foster when the proposed agreement was submitted to Bio venezuelan minister to agreed to everything it contained. And without a word of objection transmitted it to his Home government. As soon As the proposed agreement was made Public in Venezuela it raised a tremendous howl because had it gone into operation the revenues of the country would have been reduced some 33 per cent and the venezuelans were so disgusted at what they termed Tho greediness of the United states that Thev angrily rejected the treaty and declared that they had no desire to enter into any reciprocity arrangements with the United states. Minister Scruggs has since then explained matters somewhat to Tho venezuelans. And lie is in Hopes now that a treaty May he concluded which will to satisfactory to both parties. Seeking to placate Belden. New York republicans want to get a Cabinet seat for him. Washington. Sept. 18.�? the latest Cabinet gossip connects the name of representative Belden of new York with the Interior or War department. Or. Beldens name Lias been brought to Tho attention of the president by the re Subj rans who now control the machine in Lew York who believe that the appoint ment of Belden would to a shrewd political move. Bolden and senator Hiscock have been fighting each other a number of years and Bolden aspires to Tho seat in the Senate in �?T93. Bolden also opposed the nomination of collector Fassett As governor and it is somewhat teared by Quot Bossy Platt that unless Bel Ion is placated to will knife the ticket and cause considerable trouble. Bolden possesses considerable int Lunce not Only in his own counties of Cortland and Onondaga but throughout Central new York generally and of the machine which moans Platt and Hiscock has pledged itself and the solid delegation from new York to the convention for Harrison the opposition of a determined fighter like Belden who besides being a mat of determination is possessed of a Quot barrel a might be Strong enough to defeat this object. It is said that the Bolden suggestion Lins Boon brought to the attention of Tho president and the political questions involved explained to him. Aud that he is now considering As to the advisability of the suggestion. The fact that new York already has one member of the Cabinet ruts no important figure As it would not be the first time that two members have been taken from Tho state. There seems to he some question As to whether Belden would accept As some of his friends Here say he has More to gain by remaining Iii the House and not connecting himself with the present administration. War record his ruin. Union soldiers wanted to tar and Feather Tho president of the Farmers Alliance. New York sept. 17.�?a special from Wichita kau., says All arrangements w Ere made there yesterday to tar and leather l. L. Polk National president of the banners a Alliance but through the intervention of Tho police the old soldiers who were Iii the movement were frustrated. The veterans hero Are hitter against Polk for his treatment of Union prisoners during the War and Many of them loft Tho Alliance limn yesterday vowing vengeance. Polk it is alleged was governor of the Salisbury n. C., military prison during the War and is said to have been guilty of Many cruelties to Tho soldiers confined Iii Tho prison. New Yorkus new collector. President Harrison appoints Francis Hendricks of Syracuse. Washington sept. 17.�?Tho president today appointed Francis Hendricks to be collector of customs at new York. Francis Hendricks whom the president today appointed collector of the port of new York is one of the prominent business men of Syracuse. was born at Kingston n. Y., on nov. 28, 1834, arum educated Iii the common schools and afterwards attended the Albany Academy. Ile was mayor of Syracuse for two consecutive terms. served two terms in the Assembly representing the second District of Onondaga county. Afterwards he served three terms As senator from the 25th District. He declined Hie renomination for the fourth time. Or. Hendricks at present is at the head of the firm of Francis Hendricks amp co. Of Syracuse. He is president of Tho state Bank at Syracuse and of the Trust and Deposit company at Ono Dago. Notes. . Jones of new York bolts his party s ticket and has published an open letter concluding As follows Quot for the welfare of the state and in the interest of the i Lem Cratie party to me my duty appears Clear which is to oppose Trie election of the nominees of the Saratoga convention to such extent As May he within my Power and in such manner As May seem Best to accomplish that thursday was Republican Day at the state fair in Columbus o. There were 40,000 people present. Senator John Sherman was the speaker of the Day being preceded by auditor of state Poe. Senator Sherman a Speerli was devoted to the the Tariff and his remarks were intended to reach Tho Farmers who were present in Large numbers. He Drew some very striking lessons from Tho great exhibits at Tho fair. That John w. Mackay will enter the lists when Nevada conies to choose a senator in William m. Stewarts place is one of the rumours lately current in Reno but the Gazette of that City does not give it much credence. A convention of members of the Farmers Alliance representing several southwestern states was in session at St. Louis last week its object being to express a its opposition to the proposed sub Treasury and land loan schemes and to Institute an educational movement Iii that direction thereby bringing the organization Back to those principles of Wisdom Justice and fraternity on which it was originally a committee was appointed to submit its objections to the supreme Council. The new York Republican state committee met Friday at Hie kith Avenue hotel to organize for the year. A Large contingent of coloured men was present interested in the selection of a member at Large of the committee who retarding to usage is chosen by the committee from among the coloured republicans. The committee elected William Brookfield As chairman. Gen. James w. Wadsworth treasurer Aud John s. Kenyon Secretary. At this juncture the proceedings were interrupted by the Entrance of the candidates on the state ticket headed by j. Sloat Fassett. They were greeted with gives the word for tuesday tart of Oklahoma to lie open Tilen to waiting on Tho Border to Bush in and claim homesteads. Washington sept. 18. Tho president today issued a proclamation opening Tho Eastern part of the territory of Oklahoma to Public settlement Al noon on tuesday sept. 22, the paper is a Long document and recites the different treaties with Tho indians of the Indian territory who ceded their lauds to the United states. The proclamation sets Forth that each settler on lands shall before making a final proof and receiving a certificate of entry pay to the United states in addition to Tho fees. And within five years from Tho Date of original entry Tho sum of $1.50 per acre one half of which shall be paid within two years hut tile rights of honorable discharged Union soldiers and sailors shall not be abridge i excepting a to hip sum to lie paid and All Tho lands Iii it ills Horny. The proclamation cites an declared to he Agri cub ured lands Ami proof of their no Mineral character shall not he required As a condition precedent to filial entry. Each entry shall be Iii Square form As nearly As practicable. The proclamation gives notice that until the lands Are opened to settlement no person shall be permitted to enter upon and occupy them and no person violating the Law shall he permitted to enter any of the lands or acquire any rights. The proclamation then technically do scribes the land opened to settlement which in extent Aggregates 206,243 acres. Important to see the list. Settlers in the new territory must look out for Indian allotments. Washington. Sept 18.�?in conversation with a reporter today regarding the conditions governing tile opening of the ceded Indian land in Oklahoma Secretary Noble spoke substantially As follows Quot Tho conditions under which the prods mation of the president is made opening the Indian purchases in Oklahoma territory on sept. 22, while similar in some particulars to those existing when Oklahoma itself was opened Are yet very materially different in others. Each of the indians of tribes Selling to the United states had Tho reserved right by contract to take an allotment and tins right has been exorcised fully. The allotments have till been made mid the same have Boon approved in Tho deportment of Tho Interior Ami to the Sac and Fox indians the patents have been issued. Quot the Sac and Fox took 548 allotments of 160 acres each. The Lowas took kit of i acres each. Tho Pottawatomie a 1368 of 160 acres each Aud the Absentee shawnees 568. Of also a Quarter Section each. Those selections were made under supervision of piloting agents of Tho government and Are scattered broadcast Over All the lands purchased. Tho indians Are not on these allotments Yot nor is there any Mark of the ground showing that that tract is allotted. Quot Tho settler is therefore liable to get on such Niece of land unless to has a guide such As the list will be. So it is absolutely necessary the settler should know what part Clear sections and Quarter sections Are left outside the allotments that lie May make no mistake. If tie ignorantly should Settle on an Indian allotment in would lose his Opportunity and be Defeated. It Bas therefore been absolutely necessary to put the opening a few Days ahead to got the lists sent to Tho territory and published Thoro and Home seekers ready to move. Presidents proclamation creates great excitement it Guthrie. Guthrie o. . Sept. 18.�?Tho Long do played news from Washington announcing the opening of Tho ceded Indian lands for next tuesday was received bore this morning and caused intense excitement. Now will Corno a Rush of Home seekers As great As that which followed the opening of Oklahoma territory and Many of the stirring scenes incident to that event will to repeated. Companies a and i of the 13th infantry and a Troon of the 5th cavalry Are Iii the new territory driving out the Boomers and assisting in maintaining order. Tho Oklahoma and Guthrie business houses will to sadly crippled by the great exodus from these two cities that is now taking place. Many of the merchants Are closing their stores and joining in the general Rush. Tho receipt of the news from Washington was Hie signal for the exodus to begin. Thousands of people swarmed Tho streets. The news spread rapidly. The intelligence was the signal for the big caravans of the Home seekers to begin to move. Everybody is now making Tho Best possible time in getting in Tho Lino to join the crowd that is already waiting for next tuesday. The new country is Well watered and Well timbered. It is very desirable Lor Homes. The Indian villages on the Cedar reservations Are now almost deserted. The indians do not object seriously to the occupation of tile lands by the Whites but they to not like Tho coloured Man. In the treaty with the Sac and Fox indians the words Quot open to White settlement occur. These words Aro Apt to cause some trouble. Tho indians say they xviii insist on their stipulations and will not permit coloured men to take lands Iii their country. In the promised land. Boomers White and coloured waiting to enter and claim homesteads. Guthrie o. T., sept. 18.�?prospective settlers Aro awaiting with much impatience the presidents proclamation permitting them to enter and chum their homesteads. Most of the Boomers have already gone As far As tile Border and need Only the word from Washington to Send them Over Trio line. Each party of Boomers has left one of their number at Guthrie to act As couriers to carry Tho news that the lands Are open Vohon the official announcement is made Here. There Aro Al out 1600 Boomers waiting Here for the word and on Tho Border fully 3000 people Are gathered. Many townspeople have joined Tho rest. And some of the factories and stores Aro left very shorthanded. None notable fact concerning the people who intend to Settle Iii the new land is that Large numbers of them nearly half it is estimated Are negroes. They have Corno principally from Tho South attracted Here by the advertisements of two colonization societies one headed by the noted negro Langston and the other by sex auditor Mccabe of Kansas also coloured. Race War in Progress. Cowboys propose to keep coloured men off the coveted land. Guthrie o. T., sept. 18.�?a Deputy sheriff has just arrived from the line of Tho Eastern Indian lands bringing news of a race War in Progress there just on the Lino of the Lowass reservation. The town of Langdon was founded several months ago and is inhabited solely by negroes. There Are several thousand of them there and More Are arriving daily on the line of the new lands. The negroes contemplate settling Iii a body in Tho Cimma Roou Valley As soon As the lands Are open. A number of cowboys from the Cherokee strip also have their eyes on the locality and say that any negro who attempts to Settle there will be killed. Yesterday the cowboys visited Langsdon got into a Row and attempted to shoot Eggleston editor of the Herald. Las night they returned All drunk and fired a score of shots into a crowd of negroes on the streets. Several received slight wounds. The cowboys left swearing they would return today and wine out the town. The negroes have All armed themselves and if they do return Many will Likely be killed. A Force of officers have left for the scene. _ waiting for Homes. It waa Little like sunday in Oklahoma yesterday. Guthrie o. . Sept. 20.�?today has had Little semblance to sunday. All Day the streets have been crowded with Prairie schooners carriages horsemen and foot passengers All jammed into a shouting struggling hurrying mass. At the negro settlement of Langston Are 2000 negroes All armed. Ail of these negroes Are determined to have a claim or fight. On every Side of the reservation the line is one continuous Camp Aud the mini Lier of people in waiting is fully 30,000. Defeats Tho crowd hangs Tho Lender. Chicago. Sept. 20.-a special from san Antonio. Tex., says Quot Juan Majorita. Who has arrived from Nier mox., says the mexican revolutionists were overtaken North of that place by government. Troops and that a Battle ensued in which several on both sides were killed and wounded. Quot catering Garza the Batter of the revolution was seriously shot Aud then hinged to a Troe. Quot Gen. Sandoval. Gen. Garza s chief lieutenant shaped to the mountains with a few followers he is being pursued and will be captured. A National Triumph. Internal fires thought to b9 imminent this is what Mckenney of new Hampshire believes. Washington sept. 17. Representative Mckinney of new Hampshire who has been spending a few Days in Washington in talking about Tho speaker ship said Tho new England Democrat will net together and very Likely As a unit. Ile Doe not yet know for whom Thev will vote hut As out of the 26 Eastern democrats in the next House 14 Are from now England they Are bound to to a Factor Iii Tho election of speaker and lie thinks they ought to to substantially recognized for the Good work they have done for the democratic party. Quot the prospects of a National Triumph by the i Lem Cratie a party could not be brighter Quot he said. Quot if gov. Russell is re elected in Massachusetts that state Rhode Island. Now Hampshire and Connecticut will surely go democratic in 1892, Ami i Don t be the Shadow of a Cloud on Russell Chance. Quot Tho Tariff is of course Tho Point at Issue. The Silver question must tie retried inside the party hut As for free coinage i Ain unalterably opposed to such a policy. We could t carry now Fork or a single new England state on a platform that embodied it. Quot my Choice of a candidate to Grover Cleveland. The business interests favor him the people regard him As a Safe Man. Quot up Iii now Hampshire Tho republicans seem to have less use for Harrison even than the democrats Aud they Pray that he May not be renominated. Or course they Are devoted it or Blaine hut i am quite certain lie will not lie a candidate. It is or. By easy to form to Chih in hour to ten Lff of take Ade Antai a of the in to offered on Iii. Ii Elk. globes net private re ecu in. Send to Ite ii 1.1 g for Nae circular and free to Tuple caplet trotting monarchs. Nelson makes a record of 2.09%. So his owner says official score 2.10 Allerton makes it in 2.09�?~a. Grand rapids mich., sept. 18.�? Nelson proved himself the peer of the King of stallions on Tho West Michigan track in this City today. trotted Tho fastest mile Ever travelled on any track in Michigan and knocked three quarters of a second off i previous Host record. Today he reduced his record to 2.10. And but for an unfortunate Accident in his first attempt would undoubtedly have gone under that figure. At 8 o clock this afternoon the magnificent stallion was brought on the track his owner proudly holding the reins Ami As lie jogged past the grand stand 5uoo voices gave him a welcoming cheer. scored past the grand stand two or three times to get his blood up and then Nelson Tho Driver nodded to the starter and away the Noble animal Dew. Closely followed by Sumbad. A runner. The first Quarter was made in 32 seconds he passed the half mile in 1.04, reached the three Quarter Flag in j.37, and was just turning into the Homestretch when Nelson released ids hold an instant of his right hand rein to warn Tho runner not to crowd up too close. It was a fatal move. The stallion veered to Tho loft Tho sulky butt struck Tho Fence Tho stallion was thrown off his feet but came under the wire in 2.14. Amid the wildest applause. Neither Nelson Tho judge nor Tho vast audience were satisfied and it was announced that another attempt would to made to lower the record. A hour later Tho stallion again appeared on the track and was again greeted rapturously. Tin time Only once was he driven beyond the grand stand to warm him up. Again Nelson nodded to the starter and away the stallion went the runner a roil behind. A Hundred watches were being held on him. And Tho Quarter Mark was reached ill 37. At Tho half mile Post. From All parts of the grand stand the exclamation Quot there Quot was heard. No Accident occurred tins time. And. Mov lug like a machine Tho stallion came Nuder the wire and As he did so. Tile timers e. La. Dikeman and Francis Lilley were seen to warmly shake hands. Two it Hie judges. John Mcintyre and a j. Smiley Nib need each other for Joy and the third judge Willard Brigham and Dan j. Leathers the starter did likewise while the audience stood up and yelled. The women waved their handkerchiefs and parasols and men threw hats Iii the air. The official time was announced 2. . Tinier Dikeman made it 2.10, while Lilley w atch marked 2.10v4. Two of Hie judges caught it at 2.09%, and the third judge and starter Ladoit 2. . I lie grand stand watches made it from 2.09 a to 2.10v. Tho score was recorded officially at 2.10. Nelson As he drove Back. Was lifted from his sulky and carried in Triumph to Tho judges stand while the stallion was blanketed and stripped of his harness and Ted away. Iii Tho judges stand i. J. Leathers made a neat speech and closed by presenting neb son a magnificent $500 Silver service. Nelson responded thanking everybody for courtesies extended and especially Tho West Michigan association who he said stood by him in his hour of need. Insisting that he should be reinstated in the association. Tonight or. Nelson was Given a reception by Tho local horsemen on the Kent county track where rival races have Benn going on. Frank Nobles Alryon the Blind stallion. And Ripple trotted two heats. Alryon Wou both in 2.19 and 2.15. Or. Nelson claims 2.09 3-4i. Waterville me., sept. 19.�?once More the Flag is displayed at Sunnyside farm and Tho horsemen Luton their broadest Grin for Quot Nelson is King a according to his owners statement of having caught Tho time of 2.09h/i Asho sped around Tho track. Goodness How the newsboys did sell the glop is and what a Chance for the Quot a told Vou so so to display their Wisdom i Hunt. Littlefield of Sunnyside farm was called upon and found to be a Happy Man not Only at Tho performance of the great stallion Bat that the whole string of horses Are doing so Well and Are in such Good condition. His despatch states that Daisy Rolf made a mile in 2.35 Over a poor half mile track and Maud bunks a 2-year-old, in 2.87s a which he considered almost As wonderful a feat As Nelsons. Col. Osgood had made a trial in 2.26v4 and Westland in 2.27 a. Both of whom Are expected to heat 2.20 under favourable circumstances this season. Conkling a son of Nelsons made 2.27va Folly Nelson. 2.31 Brilliant 2.23 and Brenda by Nelson has shown a Quarter in .35. Dictator chief of whom so much was expected. Has been sick nearly All the tune since leaving Sunnyside hut is now himself again and will be put upon the distinct shocks of earthquake Felt in two vibrate like vessels tossed by old Ocean. Tacoma. Wash. Sept. 21.-there is it present a Well grounded belief that Groat subterranean fires Are raging under this Sec i Tion of the country not far from the surface of the Earth. Within the i two weeks four distinct shocks of earthquake have been Felt and in each instance the Range of tremors have been Wido enough to extend into Oregon. The heaviest Shock of All occurred yesterday morning and was of a vibratory character buildings Beng Given a motion like that of a vessel in a Light sea. Hie movement was from North to South and Tim duration As near a can be judged about three seconds. Iii larger building the trembling struck terror to the inmates and at the big hotels Many of Tho late rising guests appeared in Tho hallways in de Habille. Hop reports. Generally fair Harvest returns with fair prices for old and new. The condition of Tho hop crop and of Tho Market is set fort i by reports from various Points. In new York late advices report state crops irregular in Quality with much spooky Stock. California has done Well in Quantity and Quality hut Oregon and Washington Are Quot off in both. Hic English crop is reported to have a Large percentage of faulty goods. Very Little buying and Selling is timing done at Waterville. N. A a a hut the crop is being secured very rapidly 40 Hales of last year s crop were sold for Lite. This is probably As much As can be got for new hop now. At Cooperstown the crop is about two thirds harvested and in tolerably fair condition. A few sales of new hop and Tina yearlings have been made at 14� 16c, Hue Only to Rill orders. More than half the crops at Oneida hag been harvested in Good shape. The number of boxes is less per for than last year but the hops Aro heavier. Sales of 150 la it xes Humphreys curly All at 15c to it it. Home growers Are offering their St Lack at 14c, Morrisville reports that the crop will to harvested in first rate condition ten Hales of new have been sold at 15c. And 23 Bates of old at n Price not far from 14c. In Schoharie county old bops have Peen Selling at 15 a 17c. With very Choice lots at 17 1j Quot 18c. Lower prices Are offered for new hops. The Domestic receipts and exports and imports foreign of hops at new York compare As follows receipts exports and imports Domestic receipt for the past week 7ol Bates corresponding week last year. 1941 Bales sine september 1890, 1883 Bales same Tim last year 4232 hates exports to Europe 489 Pale corresponding week inst year 428 Hales since september. 1890. 1434 Bales same time last year. 1435 Hales imports from Europe a Hales corresponding ave of last year. I Bale Sineo september 1890, a Bales sat no time last year i Bale. Cash prices in new York. N. �?state crop�?T91. Choice Ion 17c do Lair to prime is a Loc do �?T90. Choice do Quot 17c do Good to prime a Llic do poor to fair. 13j4c do Olds 4"fie. La acidic coast crop of 1890, Choice. 16&Quot 17c do Good to prime. 14a 15c do poor to fair. 18�14c California old Olds 4 Mic bavarian. 32"34c Bohemian 34 "36c altmark. Etc., 28 �30. Labors duties. Pope Leo Xii addresses a delegation of French workmen. Rome sept. Pope today received in the Vestibule of St. Peter s the first contingent of the pilgrimage of the French Workman which was announced recently a having Beau arranged. Tho pilgrims numbered 2000. The majority of them looked like workmen in sunday attire. Cardinal Langenieux who headed Tho pilgrims read an address in the course of which was stated that in All 20,000 workmen were coming to Rome to express to Tho Pope the gratitude of the labor world for his recent encyclical. In reply to the address the Pope in is voice which although weak was Clear and penetrating said Quot great is our Joy at witnessing the ardor of Christian France. We Are Happy that our encyclical has contributed to the Elevation of workingmen. Quot social and labor question will never find their True practical solution in purely civil Laws. Their solution is hound up in pre. Cents of perfect Justice which demand that Tho rate of wages shall adequately correspond with the labor done and lies therefore in Tho Domain of conscience. Quot a mass of legislation dealing directly with the outward acts of Man cannot comprehend the direction of consciences. Quot the question demands also the Aid of Charity going beyond Justice. Religion alone with its revealed dogmas and Divivo precepts possesses the right to impose out consciences that perfect Justice and Charity. Quot the secret of All social problems must therefore be sought Iii the action of the Church combined with Tho resources Anil efforts of Public Powers and human w Isth i. Quot we note with pleasure that Heads of important industries have already studied the application of our encyclical and that your government is not insensible thereto. Quot it is imperative to act Iii All directions without losing precious time in Barren discussions. Indisputable principles must be applied leaving time and experience to elucidate obscure Points which Are inevitable Iii problems so Complex. Quot in your work be diligent and docile. Quot avoid perverse men and especially those coming under the name socialists whose object is to overthrow social order to your detriment. Form under the High patronage of your Bishops association wherein you will find its in a second family honest Joy. Light id difficulty strength in conflict Aud main to Nance in infirmities and old Aga Quot live your children moral and Christian education that you May receive through them and by Wise Thrift a tranquil future on your return that tile heart of the Pope is Ever with the heavy Laden and the Pope spoke for 25 minutes. During this time he maintained a standing position and was slightly exhausted at the conclusion of his address. He was Strong enough however to receive with dignified urbanity the leaders of Tho pilgrims who Knelt in succession before the throne on Fri Rich he had seated himself after his speech and kissed his foot. Twelve cardinals attended the Pope. After the reception ceremony the pop was carried again seated on the sedia Ges Tatorian. i apartments in the Vatican raising his hand in Benediction As hepa ased through the crowd of pilgrims. Allerton seats the record. Independence la., sept. 19.�?a new Mark has Lieen set Fox the world s stallion record at 2.09v. Allerton who divided honors with Nelson last night is again King of stallions having gone today an easy pure gaited mile in the following quarters .32�?�. 1.05v4,1,37va, 2.09vi. How a Prince went through a course of sprouts. From the age of to the Young Prince of Naples was made to Rise at Daybreak summer and Winter alike. After taking his cold Bath and a cup of Broth to commenced his lessons of he lingered two minutes in bed before getting up. He was not allowed to get ins cup of Broth until after his first lesson was Over. On the conclusion of his lesson he was made to ride for an hour whatever the weather might be and the whole Day waa Yvo Pavulu Uii Kuk us be Aava guv Hutiu it spent in study Ana physical exercise. Truly resigned. Youths companion there was once a certain old lady whose son late in life married against Lier wishes. The wife was everything that could he do sired and yet the old lady had not intended her Middle aged Quot boy to marry at All and loud were her complaints thereat. Finally the minister carried to essay Consolation. And remind her that it was hardly Best to make the neighbors the confidants of her woes. I am sure Holdall will prove a Dutiful said he. A a Shell do As Well As she can Quot grumbled the old her bests la be had in the first place never would have Quot but. My dear Madam this is not making the Best of Quot there ainu to any Best to some things a snapped she. Quot if you could Only be resigned a Quot resigned in a always resigned when things go As i want them to a evidently there was no More to be said. Quot that is epoch. J he will you marry me i have Bachelor Uncle who is Worth a million. She no but you might introduce me to your Uncle

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