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Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer (Newspaper) - August 5, 1891, Cincinnati, OhioThe Cincinnati weekly enquire 0 wednesday morning. August 5, 1891 8 meaning Dudley and Guay who desert the fast sink ing Republican ship being disgusted with ways of commander Harrison. John s. Clarkson chosen to succeed chairman Quay. Harrison not in it at any stage of the game bar Harbor w inks the other fit o. By Tab by Ciai wok. No. 1411 f St but. A. Vav Wae Hinton. D. It uly 29. 191 to meeting of the National Republican executive committee at the Arlington hotel this afternoon and to night resulted As Quot has been foreshadowed in previous to the enquirer in the resignations of chairman Quay and treasurer Dudley. The committee was solidly anti Harrison a fact which was emphasised by the selection of or. Claro son to succeed senator Quay. There was not a Friend of the administration present and if any Job could have been get no that would have embarrassed Harrison the committee would have entered into it. As it was they spent most of the Day in private conference sat senator quat�?T8 residence before the Nour for holding the regular meeting was reached. Senator Quay solved the question As to whether he could resign without the consent of the National committee Bya imply forwarding his resignation As a National committeeman from Pennsylvania to the chairman of the Republican this settled the whole matter and left no question of policy to be decided to the executive committee. Or. Clarkson selection and that of or. Hobart to be vice chairman was left subject to the approval of the full National committee. V there was some routine business discussed during the the Cranks. Including a Large percentage from Ohio had submitted propositions by which the Alliance defection would be Overes me or turned in a direction for the Benefit of the Republican party. The number of these documents was sufficient to till a Valise and the committee very promptly decided not to consider them As it would have kept them in session until the Middle of next month. Informally statements were Laid before the committee announcing the candidacy of Cincinnati. Chicago. Omaha. Minneapolis and iian Francisco As places for holding the next National Republican convention. Colonel Conger announced that the claims of Cincinnati would be suitably presented when the full committee met next Decem the executive committee still has a debt of 8.000or890.000. And there was some discussion As to now it hould be paid. It was Beneveds the amount could be raised without difficulty and the indebtedness did not Cut much figure in the proceedings. The result of to Days work simply Means that senator Quay has freed bime Elf from official entanglements and will now openly oppo a the Ruom Inatio of president Harrison. Ana will have the co operation of All his former ass cites on the National executive committee with the possible exception of John c. New. Of Indiana. The resolutions adopted in respect to the retiring officers were glittering i it it failed to conceal the causes Ivsich had brought the lib Irma ions about. V p 4�� a a % pm v do we to work. Tion As chairman and member of the National committee. In submitting to it with so much reluctance and regret. We Desie to express from our own know a Edge of the facts of his pre eminent service to the party the deep obligation under which he a placed the Republican party and cause of Good government and patriotism in the United states. He undertook the leadership of a doubtful cause in a when the Republican party was disheartened and the democratic party confident of the Power of supreme control in the government Ami the nation and when the Odds of the contest were against our party and by Bis matchless Power his unequalled skill in resources his Genius to command Victory won for his party an unprecedented Victory m the face of expected defeat. We know As no one else can know that the contest which he waged was one of As much Honor and fair methods As it was f invincible Power and triumphant Victory and that it was won largely by the Power of his Superior generalship and 1 is unfailing strength As a political Leader. In the great contest of 1888, in the months of severe Effort and during years of close personal association with him. We have Learned to know the nobility of the Man. And we desire in this conspicuous manner to place on Public record for the present and for the future As an enduring answer to the partisan assaults of a Defeated enemy our testimony in appreciation of his Public service and his personal Worth. Dudley a exit Quay Clarkton Dudley and other Bie guns Lisien to grievances and suggestions. A a Quot a x a Tkv a it. I w i Washington. D. A. July 29.�?the National Republican executive committee met at the Arlington hotel in this City at 3 of clock this afternoon. Of the thirteen members of the committee there were present but seven. Iha Imraan m. 8. Quay of Pennsylvania vice chairman j. 8. La kaon. Of Iowa Secretary j. 8. Fessett. Of new York treasurer. V. W. Dada of Indiana to Amnel Fessenden. Of Connecticut Garrett a. Hobart of new Jersey and j. M. Haynes of Maine. The first business before the committee was the consideration of the accounts growing out of the last Campaign submitted by. Sri Durer Dudley. This proceeding however was interrupted for a in order to allow of icel Faccou. Of Omaha. Neb., to make a glowing speech in favor of holding the next Republican National convention in that City. Colonel Scott had reasons in. Plenty to sup Juc it i argument based largely upon the precarious state of the party in the Western 8tates adjoining Nebraska which might be improved by the infusion of party spirit. Engendered by a great National convention in the neighbourhood. He also Otle red substantial propositions looking to the facility of the conventions work an doom for is of the delegates. When he had concluded the matter was referred to it it the general committee and the executive committee returned consideration of the Tafea surer a account. A a 1 v Quot a Large mass of correspondence was also Laid before the committee by the chairman and 8ecretary for discussion. Many Active politicians in different parts of the country had suggestions to make and conclusions to like Quay he is plastered All Over with Taffy to Larf non no leered chairman. Following this came the report of the committee on audit in the following terms your committee appointed to audit the accounts of w. W. Dudley. Treasur of the National committee. Would report that on a thorough inspection of the books and accounts we Are enabled to state that All moneys received by the treasurer Are actually and fully accounted for and sustained in every particular by vouchers and proper receipts. We Are enabled from this examination to approve of the treasurers accounts to express to the committee our Sente of its great obligation to the tre Ausner for his faithful and efficient service to it in this capacity. J. S. Clarkson. G Erra it a. Hobart. Samuel Fessenden. The chairman then read the following let Ifft a Washington. July 19. 1891. To the executive committee or the Republican National committee friends an associates inasmuch As you Are about to re Ranize the executive committee for immediate preparatory work pending the approaching preside Tual Campaign of 1892. And As my business engagements will demand All my and attention during the coming year. I am compelled to sever the pleasant relations which have existed and still exist Between us. I therefore tender my resignation of the office of treasurer of your committee and of the Republican National committee. Respectfully yours. W. W. Dudley. The committee immediately adopted the following Resolution resolved. That while we Are left by general Dudley a own Wisn no other course than to consent to Bis retirement from the committee. We feel that his action deprives the committee and the party of the invaluable and Loyal service of a gone who has proved himself one of the Ablest and most faithful Public men of his . In every Field of honorable contest and patriotic purpose As a Soldier winning in his boyhood the stars of a general in the Union army As a Public official serving with equal Fidelity his country in prominent places in the political Field with like ambition for the nations Good he has proved himself always worthy of the respect and admiration of Hie Coan trymers. In his whole Public career in Bis unselfish service a d with his generous nature he has Given freely Bis and labor never thinking of private profit or personal emolument Flis whole life is a proof of Bis manliness of purpose and Bis patriotism As a citizen. So aking from what we know of his rare abilities a id unusual Devotion to party and country we would express this evidence of what we know the Republican party owes to him for his services in so Many of its contests and specially m the memorable straggle of 1888. We part from him officially with sincere regret and in doing so we wish to put in the records of the committee expression of that party a gratitude and personal Friendship in which we know he is so worthy to be held. The resignations of chairman Quay and treasurer Dudley were then formally accepted an d Laid on the table subject to the approval of the fun Republican National a oni Mittee at its next meeting. Or. Clarkson was elected chairman of the executive committee and or. Hobart was elected vice chairman in the Olace or or. Clarkson the chairman being authorized to select a treasurer to succeed or. Dudley. The committee then adjourned. Catholic Reform the extraordinary commission of cardinals great coital election some pointed out the dangers of the Alliance movement in their states and submitted ingenious plans to meet its threatened inroads on Republican party strength and others referred to various grievances and causes of dissatisfaction a thong republicans which might be overcome by proper treatment. All of there communications that appeared to be of value were carefully considered and particular attention was enlisted in be half of an elaborate table analysing in detail the last vote of the congressional election. Some discussion followed As to the and place of meeting of the full National Republican committee and it was finally decided to entrust the selection of place of meet us and the exact Date to it Quay and Secretary Fassett for determining with the proviso that the meeting shall take place gome Day in november. If the honoured custom of a lowing six months notice of the meeting of the nominating convention is Tobe observed this action is an indication that the /.il. A. A s Wjk j a a the next National convention will be held not later Thau May next. After electing w. J. Campbell of Illinois a member of the committee in place of George r. Davis of the same state the committee took a recess for two hours. Ohleh is to revise All parts of the apostolic work. Rome. July 20.�?the holy see has just appointed an extraordinary commission of Cardinala to reorganize the Catholic Mission. Two years ago Cardinal Simeoni prepared and communicated to the Pope a plan of reforms in order to better regulate the action of the propaganda. But the coming of general Simmons from England on a special Mission to Pope Leo in reference to colonial questions had the elect of postponing the execution of the proposed reforms As the propaganda did not wish to awaken the idea that the reforms were made in consequence of an agreement with England. Any suspicion of such an arrangement would have r it used the greatest jealousy in France. Leo who has always been in favor of the missions a taking a leading Dart in the work of colonization has revived these projects of Reform. Outcome will it is said extend Over the whole of the apostolic works. The Vatican does not intend to let the question it let social Reform drop now that the Popes encyclical Lett r has been published. It is stated that inquiries Are still being made and instructions sent to the prelates of ail countries to encourage catholics to do their utmost toward ameliorating the condition of the poor and effecting the social be forums urged in the encyclical. Herr Schloezer. The prussian minister to the Vatican will soon leave Rome for his Ordinary vacation. His recent negotiations with the holy a have had Little Success. The Vatican is greatly dissatisfied with the tardiness with which Prussia is to treat the a. Most urgent ecclesiastical affairs. The recent dec Momic crib is at Rome has almost ruined Many of the great ancient families such As the Borghese. It Ciarra and j Barberini. The bored est family appears to it vie been the greatest a a Fuierer. Paul Borghese. Its present head is said to have ordered the most rigorous Economy in the management of his properties in order to get ova r the great losses recently sustained. He has distributed the works of Art which composed the celebrated Borghese gallery among his nine Brothers so As to enable them to lease the apartments Given up to the Art collection to a Bank. One hears expressions of regret on All sides at this action it is feared that the example May find imitation on the part of the other great families and that there May thus be a general breaking up of the Fine private Art gallery collections at Rome. _ brat the Bank. A a of Quay a resignation. He a nth Loose not Only As chairman Bat As a member of the committee representing Pennsylvania a warm Eulogy. When the committee reassembled at 8 of clock All a approaches to its room were closet and no communication could be had with those inside. The first business of the eve presentation of chairman quays resignation which came before the committee in the shape of the following a j Washington july 29.189l Hon. J. S. Fassett. Secretary National re publican committee dear a sir this is to apprise y a that al have to Day forwarded to Hon. William h. Andrew chairman of the Republican state committee of Pennsylvania my resignation As the member of the Republican National committee from this state. Yours truly. A. . Quay. Poao motion of or. Clarkson the Tollow Teg Resolution was adopted resolved. Hat we accept against our judgment and with much doubts to the Wisdom god expediency of it for the party a interest he Aotoa of senator Quay in Hie Resigna a Clever forger Otbo swindled the Berlin financiers. Berlin. July 30.�?1 he City is stirred up by the detection of a sensational s rates of forgeries. A clerk in the Deutsche Bank having authority to draw Bills Crew a number on his own account and through the medium of a broker bought russian roubles As it in behalf it in the Bank. Through Clever forging and tampering with the Bonks the dishonest clerk succeeded Lor some in evading the scrutiny of the officials entrusted with the duty of auditing the accounts of the Bank. At length the Bank was requested in due to meet the liabilities incurred by the forger. I Nis led to the detection of the crime and a warrant was proof aptly issued for his arrest. Lie got wind of the move however and disappeared. The police have not succeeded. So tar in finding his place of Refuge. The ii anon. American Beeves. Shtull they by on canned a in soil i it a Ottawa. Ont., August 0-u undergo i that no Imperial authorities do not objection 10 the importation of Liveo attle in o Canada from the i United Tor Slaughter provided proper safeguards Are taken. Some ago the Linen Lional a Baroir company of Winch colonel Dodges of new yet a re in the chief promoter made application to be allowed to tiring cattle into tuna a from the United states to be Slair hered at a Are Ltd i vers or of apr mints. An i the Mem exported to Reat i Hiram. A lore taking action o t this application the Dominion a ivern ment Denio a to a a the Antho Ritea in Downing Street what View t Hoy to k of t he up i nation and w Het her in the event of permission being granted it might have a tendency to endanger the privilege it Anada now enjoy of sending her live cattle in to the Interior of the Mother country. I to Abbatt Nir company ungers in the event of permission neing granted them that a Given area around their Slaughter houses be declared u Unn rant me distinct that Earth trains run air Eetla into the Yards and no animal to be allowed to come out alive. A the Kussian jews. The jewish associations trying to ameliorate their condition. Paris August 3.�?a conference of the French jewish associations was itchy Here to Day. At which the plans of Baron Hirsch for the amelioration of the condition of destitute hebrew were disc med. The Conter once approved of the plan of the Baron aiming at the co operation of jews in Europe and America in the work of organizing the emigration of jews from Russia. It was decided to again Send delegates to Russia for the purpose of constituting a Ltd etral committee in St. Petersburg and of establishing provincial committees to be charged with regulating the Elorius. Immigrants leaving without the Sanction of the Central committee will have no share in the benefits of Baron Lair Scitz a arrangements. It will of course be necessary to obtain the consent of the russian government before these committees can act in Russia but this consent is confidently hoped for. Baron Hirscht is making arrangements to secure the co operation of tin German Central committee in his plan about pitied above. Christ a coat the sacred relic at treves shown for the first in nearly fifth years. Many miracles performed in the old Cathedral. A Small German Cathedral that in the Mecca of Catholine the world Over. Catholics in this City Are taking much interest in the pilgrimage to the Village of l reves in Germany. It is probable that several will join the excursion parties from this country and Many of those in Europe will arrange to visit the shrine. Fhe Village will for the month be the Mecca of believers the world Over and already the steamers leaving new York Are carrying hand rods of passengers whose object is one of religious Faith. The Cathedral at treves has within its consecrated Walls the a holy coat of Christ a garment supposed to have been worn by the Savior when a youth in seclusion and now to be exhibited to pilgrims from ail lands. The relic is said to Bave fallen into the Possession of the Bishopric of treves through he Lena the m ther of the emperor Constantine when the latter was converted to christianity and since her death her names Jay has been August 19. Called Helena Day. On which anniversary the sacred cloth is from to displayed. Its first exhibition was in 1512. When the emperor Maximilian i., with Pope Iulius. Archbishops Bishops and counts found it in an Ivory b x at the Riant of the altar hermetically sealed a d but Arne the inscription a this is the coat of our lord and Savior. Jesus it two years later by order of the Pope the be pie were permitted to see it. A a he coat is said to be the Handiwork of the lords Mother Woven of one piece of cloth seamless Banff it bears to this Day the Marks of blood. It is shaped As a simple tunic about five feet Long Cut narrow at the shoulders and widening Gra dually toward the Knees. The material is guessed to be Linen but age has almost undone it. Am some one has encased it in an outer covering of Gold and purple c oth. Preserving it. This is sup nosed to have been added before the tenth Century. Shown Evert thirty years. After its first exhibition it is recorded that it was shown to the t Zodle every thirty years so that every generation might to k at it. The Only times it has be a shown this Century were the years Isio and 1844. At the latter Tino some older germans recall there were wonderful miracles performed in the Cathedral. The Story is told of a Blind girl in Prussia whose sight was restored by a visit to Thi shrine. Her parents were protestants but among her acquaintances were some cathode children whose Mother wanted to take her with them on a pilgrimage to treves seventy Miles War. Her parents hesitated Long but i ally sent her. Putting Small Faith in the storied miraculous Power of the coat. Led into the Cathedral by her friends she had Only neared the altar when the sight of the garment and its surroundings burst upon her vision and. As the Story goes she was thenceforth possessed of her sight. It was said. Too. That cripples would leave the hallowed place Strong of limb having cast their crutches away. The for another exhibition of the coat came in 1874. But Bismarck gave peremptory it orders that it squid not be shown. I he Young emperor has not denied the Church the privilege and the Long delayed display takes Olace this month. In treves there will he great processions religious festivals flags Bunting praises and thanksgiving. Public debt statement. Washington. D. A. A gust 1.�?the following is a recapitulation of the debt statement issued to Day intkrk8t-Bkaking debt. Bonds at4 percent 39,139,700 Bonds at 4 per cent continued at 2 per cent a. A. A a a a a 11,679.500 Bonds i 4 per cent 559,507.00 refunding certificates at 4 per cent .93,220 total. $610,529,420 increase 300 debt to it a wifi Iii interest Bas Censed since maturity 1. It 3.320 decrease 1,355 debt bearing no interest. 392 100.218 decrease. A 1.556.517 Agni Reigate of interest Aad non in rarest nearing debt 1,004.248.958 decrease 1.557,902 certificates and Treasury notes Otlet by an equal amount of Cash in Treasury. 547,643,703 increase. a. 4. 458,672 aggregate of debt including certificates and Treasury notes .1,551,897,661 Cash in the trea sixty. Gold Coin. A a a a a a. A a a a a. 9 174,091.456 Ilver Doii Ais. a a. ,m,., a a a a. 34871.3x9 subsidiary Coin. A ,2g .34 bar a ,. A a a a a $2,54 670 Trade Dolour bars. 4,038.753 paper Legal reuder notes old Issue. $26.788 451 Treasury notes of 1890 13.39 57 Gold certificates. 34,0 4.820 mover certificates 8.183,345 currency Cert i Ticatch. 180,000 a National Bank notes. 5.924.946 total. Other Bonns and interest and coupons paid awaiting i Eim Ursem or. A finn and fractional currency. Deposits in National Bank depositories general account. Disbursing officers balances. $86,406,520 228,314 367,955 21,588.636 4,952,203 i Otal. Aggregate a a. F29.137,1 of .$764,794,097 a a. Demand disabilities. Gold certificates. Silver certificate. Currency certificates. 1 Treasury flutes of 1390--------- 1-19,720 209 315.4b8,. 27. 64,99-1 065 Tota. 547,648,703 funds for redemption of Uncur rent National Bank notes Oul Tandi / checks and drafts. Disbursing officers balance Agency accounts it acc. A a a a i 5.389.933 i 37.779 35.011,3 3 4.023,211 . V pc Gold Reserve. Net Cash balance. A my 51.962. .75 $ 55,74 715 o tit i. A $ 175,783.710 aggregate Cali balance in the 1891 cast balance in the. 1891a 7s4 7q4 i w i i a 7� i Treasury j Une 30. $ 153,893,803 t Treasury july 31,. Of a a a 155,783.715 ii increase during the month a a k lied i 1,889,907 Washington a who is that strapping big fellow in the striped bathing suit a a that of lies an episcopal minister. Rector of St. a he a built More like a prize fighter Isnit it poisoning Lead set in. And tried some reran he just look at those a Dies to Avert the danger of death but they a ooh Well you see that a because he s a were of no Avail As the unfortunate expired Broad i the same night. Y a a in Ign Truan a Fly caused the death of a Man at Vienna. He was walking the Street when the insect suddenly took a position on his forehead. As soon As it a Elt a swelling appeared which soon after gave the Man such a pain that lie i went to a physician. The Doe ions said blood weather crop bulletin. A Ahkii Noton a \. A u if us t 2.�?the following 18 the a it at scr crop bulletin issued to it y the father Harcau \ Cinnera tired i he week was Cool in All Rei ions cast of the Kocky mountains except alon�2 the cult coast including Southern Georgia and the greater portion of Texas. In the North West Ami in states North of the Ohio Val a. Incl Ting the entire Lake Region the daily temperature was from g to 8 degrees below the Norma the name conditions prevailed Over new York and i in Sylvania and the greater pm it it Ion of a a Kansu k a it in lower Ohi it Valley Westward to Kansas Ota Deli Cienci in Teui Pesaturo amounted to about 4 degrees per Day. To the West of the Kocky mountains the week was warmer than usual except along the Alifornia and Oregon Cul where the Normal Lempe Rutur prevail cd. La Muntiu of july a also been cooler than Ute but in All liner Iris eur Tol thu mountains the daily temperature for the month being irom 4� to tip below tie usual july Tempo nature throughout the Corn and Spring wheat regions. While in the Cotton Regin tie daily deficiency ranged from a a to 4 degrees. 1 he seasonal temperature from january 1 to july 1 continues slightly in excess in the a Northern mates East of the Mississippi but tins excess is due to the High temperatures which occurred before the growing season. I recipe ution 1 Here hat been More rain Thau usmial ror the week generally Ahng the a to an tie coast in the i a Tenor of the Southern tales and at Ivory Mountain stations. I Hart at r portion the Colt n Region Lias received unusually heavy rams during the week although Louisiana and so Hern Texas received less Tau the Normal rainfall. In Arkansas the rain tall ranged irom Lour to eight inches and in portions of Georgia and South it Aroma it ranged from two to six inches. These heavy Rains with Cool weather have doubtless proved Lula Morable to growing crops. The principal Corn and a Dong wheat Stales received less than the usual amount of rain during the week although Weli dts tribute showers Are reported from Liose sections. I he sections also reported less rain than usual during the month of j uly except in Kansas and Western a Nebraska where the Ramvall for the month was excessive. J Here was also More than the usual amount of ram during the month of july Over the greater portion of the a Southern und Middle Atlantic states except in Louisiana. Florida and the greater portion of Texas where the monthly rain Tail was deficient. 1 tie accompanying tables exhibit the conditions of temperature und rainfall Lor the several stations Tor the wee it. Month and season w Hile the charts refer to the conditions existing during the Page to week general remarks new Jersey Well distributed rams improved All crops greatly but the maturing of Vine truck has been retarded by the Cool. And Cloudy weather. To wheat to promising. Oats is general. Apples Ami pears continue in Good condition but peaches Are not so Good. Maryland�?1 he weather was too Cool for the favourable development of Corn and tobacco. Although the Outlook is promising Tor an average crop both us regards Quantity and Quality some slight injury was sustained by tobacco and Corn in Light soils fruit and i housed wheat that was not threshed by bad distributed rums. Jul Nara a warmer weather with rain is needed for All crops particularly porn. Wheat threshing is nearing completion. Blowing for w heat has commenced. Arkansas excessive Rains have worked injury to crops on lowlands High land Crons continue m Good condition. Weather has been too Cool and Cloudy. Mississippi excessive Rains have been very injurious m crops in the North Western portion of the state and have caused a too weedy growth of Cotton with danger of heading. Fruit shedding has not occurred As extensively As was expected in the Southern portion and reports a Roku there Are More Tavora Oie. Caterpillars Are reported near Art Sib new England the Hay and Grain Harvest has Ueen delayed by Unta Orabie weather Grain is somewhat injured by heavy rams and High winds. Yarmer weather is Nee Ltd though All crops Are making rapid growth it Bucco is in Good condition. Iowa Veatle r generally favourable for harvesting and threshing and Sinae grains included. Hay crop is Hea y. Ami the prospects Are flattering for Hax and potatoes c Orn is doing fairly Well. North Carolinas the weather conditions were decidedly unfavourable to crops t of Toti is growing to Weed and is not fruiting Well beginning to shed and becoming Grassy. In the Western District More to Surab e conditions prevailed and crops Are improved. A ioca.1 hair storm in my Kos county did some damage. Alabama too much rain for Cotton in the South Western counties insects Are attacking the crop t Orn has been benefited. Nebraska a rather unfavourable Wattier conditions prevailed too Cool for rapid growth of Corn which is now at least fifteen ays late. Threshing has c a fenced in the Southern portion and a Large yield is indicated. Illinois the weather conditions affected Corn aim pastures injuriously the rain mail being badly distributed. Neat and Oats Are yielding Well. In Ntaris getting scarce flowing for wheat has in gun. Rents it a Vanias a Violet wind rain and Hail storm on tuesday and age Era rain on g Ednes Dav damaged crops in portions of York. Lancaster and Berks counties elsewhere reports Are favourable. Tobacco looks Well. Michigan the weather has been too cold and dry Tor growing crops warm soaking rum needed. A Light Frost in Interior counties on the 27th inflicted slight damage to Corn on Tow lands. Virginia a a Arm sunshiny weather needed Corn and tobacco drying Well. Ome damage to melons potatoes and grapes by wet weather. Ohio notwithstanding the Cool weather crops generally have been benefited t Orn Ami potatoes Are very promising Oats Are read it for Harvest and Promise a Large crop. Is Coosins Loe drought continues severe in East Ern counties. Considerable carnage is r ported by chinch bugs. Oats allowed a marked improvement and Promise a Good crop. A fair crop of Barley has been harvested. Potatoes in Good condition except in some Eastern counties. Corn is not As promising As formerly. It exase local showers have been very beneficial. But a Gene Rai rain is needed within two weeks to make a Lull Cotton crop. Bol Wormy Are reported from a Tew localities in Northern Texas. Utter crops need rain. Oregon harvesting in operation to Presb ing next week. Wheat was never better and promises a Large yield. Hop lice and codling Moths Are doing some it Amage. Fruit prospects Are Good but not quite up to the average. A Rennes see the generous rain3 of the week have greatly improved Cotton tobacco and Corn. A Large second crop of Irish potatoes has been painted Outlook splendid. South Carolinas i he Cool wet weather has earned Early Cotton to shed and rust Young Cotton has grow n so rapidly it Lias but ii tie r in fruit l be injury to the crop will be considerable. Louisiana the frequent showers have retarded work and made crops Rattler Grassy otherwise favo Rabl reports Are received. 1 lie laying by of Cane is nearing completion and it is growing Well. Rice is promising. Cotton prospects c Nti nue favourable. A Good Corn crop is assured. Kentucky heavy local showers in places improved Corn tobacco and pastures but Many sections continue Ury and Outlook Only fair though the general Outlook is Good. Reaches and apples abundant. New York a Jais harvesting is progressing in the Hudson Valley and the yield is Good. Corn is generally late but Good. Potatoes Are excellent. A Large yield of peaches plums and pears. Atiles late but sound. Grapes and hops below the average. Minnesota Cool Nigota have caused crop to mature slowly but improved the Quality of Grain. Harvesting is in Progress in Southern half of state and reports indicate an Large yield Corn continues to be backward. Gaiti Urnia Grain harvesting nearing completion in Northern part of mate and yield better Tualii anticipated borne damage is being done insects. Raisins hops and fruits generally Pionig Well. Sugar beets Are maturing finely. Colorado Grons in Good condition wheat Harvest has commenced in Northern part of mate. Missouri Corn suffering for rain in Southeast counties und locally else acre generally Fine in Northern counties bar vests nearing completion fall blowing begun. Kansas generous Rains fell and were beneficial to Corn but worked slight injury to wheat thut was not stacked. Haying a returned. Harvest has not begun in the Central counties. Dakota conditions were favourable to Harvest of Grain Wuich is practically comp Ted in the South Easi counties and proportionally advanced northward. The yield is abundant. Plasters. In a to watches. Jul Here s a beaut. A City dad who la evidently a single Man Willi plenty of Alojuy. Kansas City. To. August 3.�?councilman Bowes introduced a unique ordinance in the lower House of common Council to night. The ordinance requires the Purchase for it it a the City of a License by All drinkers of intoxicant liquors the licenses to vary in Cost from $20 to t�0. According to the expensive Ness of the liquor which the purchaser drinks. The ordinance further provides that each application for a drinkers License shall be countersigned by the applicants wife. In presenting the ordinance or. Bows explained that an enforcement of its provisions would yield a Revenue to the City of 21,000.000 a year and at the Sains would greatly promote the cause of Temperance. Christian science. Porous plasters Atcitt Allcock a porous plasters have attained a worldwide reputation solely upon their superlative merits. They have Many would be rivals but have never been equated or even approached in curative properties and rapidity and Saety of action. Their value has been attested by the highest medical authorities As Well As by unimpeachable testimonials from Liose who have used them and they Are recommended As the Best external remedy Tor weak Back rheumatism sciatica colds coughs sore Throat Chest and stomach affections kidney difficulties weak mus to Rel Liick this watch. Htw1 of aul he pets chit fix too imy i0thisg we Are a to rms no Koto Mutru Uoo our Sno old and Nojd Futon watch in a re Tad do cur a from a other a a Uffer m our the we of soul a Oil watch we Haw a five that Many of the or of Jhu a Havn Rao or a Advt rth menu will Uko a Eva Atafo of of won a Wilt l Wuffli and got a 0140 $0u w help a introduce our food. K. M m mw1 Mem a pm Ai option of watch the Tatum Iowa 9 w 99 Solio in of it Witt Tofi Lua ant ii out with Ach Vatch. Such watch Art or a Advt Tjw Diu a it or Thuv a Niy found whom al z a m j pm a i a a hand ill the Mot a in Finauga had a a Araut the equal if not mpr fior to to Parana to any watch you or my hoi mint u auth a a a Solt Coli pm a t i pan mock Balano ft1? x we a ah4 stm4kt, recurs Tsiyu Roult a and adj us and $ or. Grunt with of Imit Wach thit watch is uni to watch that but on artful a Prio in but Fqy Obj to ulv Rte our food or Kao itc4h it of a iu.j00 0f9um Mem my Mem _ _ a atm j j a us nor wit a a la out and Road it by mail Aad i Luke Ustalo thoroughly Aaditya a will err it Wai you / a and Iron do not Strim. I t a i t i or atm stitches ascription. Beware of imitations and do not be deceived by misrepresentation. Ask for , and let no solicitation or explanation i Duco you to accept a substitute. Persons and peculiarities. Tyrl Schurz is ranked among the most gifted Amateur pianists in the country. Chief Justice Lecam of West virginia.-, is said to be the smallest Man to the state. He is Only four feet High. Rope Leo Xiii. During the summer has his bed moved out into the Large Cool apartment which he uses As a study and he dines there too. A a there la be no More scolding a pair of deaf mutes have been married in Topeka. And among the wedding presents were an alarm clock and a Onusic Box. It is now charged against governor Hill that be it getting fat. It would not be surprising were this so. A Man who is a senator As Well As a governor has a lat take if there is one on the Hook. Harry c. Duval. Chauncer m. Depew a private Secretary Haa the reputation of being Able to turn off More work than any Man in that employ of the new York Gen trial Railroad company. Miss Phoebe Couzins never knows when she is beaten. She is still in Pursuit of the world s fair Mirage and will never rest until she has stuffed her official chair Cushion with it. said a Man the other Day referring to a newspaper reporter of this City. Quot i should say he was. If he would draw to a coupling pin. He would get an ensure Railroad. A Barbara of Reitchie a grave in the German reformed Church cemetery near Frederick. Mde a is simply marked with a Headstone bearing her name age and "1862.�?� there is a tangle of Briers an creeping vines Ruu Ning wild Over the Mound. Senhor Sal Vador Man Onca the brazilian minister is the wealthiest Man in that diplomatic corps at Washington. A portion of Nis Fortune be made in investments in Brazil and a very comfortable sum came to him As his wife a dowry. Mme. Maria Mendonca is an a Menean and the ministers b or daughters Nave spent almost ail their lives in this country. The Duchess of Fife is attracting admiration from All England and Scotland by her conduct As a Model Mother. Following the example of Queen Victoria and the Empress Frederick she is nursing her own baby and May frequently be seen walking the streets of Brighton with her baby in her arms. 8ome particulars of Laura Schirmer Maple songs appearance before the Sultan of Turkey. Several months ago. Are Given by Piccadilly a London weekly. After she had exhausted her repertory of songs and while she awaited dismissal from the Royal presence Abdul Hamid through his Grana. Vizier and grand Chamberlain. Directed her to sing a turkish song which was Given to her without warning. The Monarch smiled his approbation but followed this up with a demand that she dance. Thereupon weary though the was she began Waltzing while his majesty kept with his hands. For her performance she received 10.000 piastres in Gold a Diamond ring a pair of slippers andean appointment As court Singer at a Large salary. Loves memories. When natures kindly smile awakens life and Springs Sweet great i perfumes the air the Painter seeks a spot with Beauty it Ife to Garner from the glories a eau ered there. With reverent Loving touch he makes him scenes that change of seasons can not mar or dim a dear pictures which. Mid Winters cold and gloom will bring the Springs warm Beauty Back to him likewise my Sweet of every word and Loo you gave me in Tho springtime of our love a copy on my constant heart i took. Quot these i shall Ever hold All else above Aad neither change of mood nor cold neglect nor Mist. F tears which 1 May weep in pain can dim these precious pictures of the past to which ofttimes i wander Back again. Ivan Green. How to make $20,. 00. Just ring up a pretty girl on Mars and the Money a yours. Philadelphia record. 1 a French lady who died recently at the Convent of the Sisters of Hope at Pau at the age of 91, has bequeathed $20,000 to the Academy of Sei Euce to be Given to any person of whatever nationality who May within ten years have found the Means of communicating with another word planet or Star and of receiving a reply from it. She recommends the planet Mars As the most convenient for being communicated with. A now to cure a squint. Chicago any squint or cast in the Eye can be cured without the expense of going to a physician or an Oculi St. It is Only necessary to get a pair of spectacles with Plain Glass in and to color the Center of one of the lenses Black. The Eye will naturally make an Effort to look straight ahead All the and after a few Days the Effort will be imperceptible. With a child Acure can be effected in a week and with a grown Quot person a month will suffice to remedy the worst Case. Wearing smoked glasses is the Best possible safeguard for weak eyes when in a Strong Light and even these will help to get rid of a a a cast by strengthening the eyes and relieving them from unnecessary exertion. Hostetter a to the conquered. The romans cried a a vae victims a Quot woe to the conquered a at their triumphs. To Day Many of us Are being conquered our peace our rest and daily appetite wrested from us by that invader of the stomach dyspepsia. Succour we sue for from a Hundred sources. Temporary Relief we sometimes obtain. But a Hearty meal the simplest indiscretion in diet and the protean Imp returns with redoubled visor to torment us. A persistent use of the or at anti dyspeptic and tonic. Hostetler a Mounch hitters is Best calculated to drive in to permanent banishment every form of indigestion temporary or chronic. No less efficacious is it Tor malaria bilious Ness constipation rheumatism kidney and bladder ailments. This remedy of specific Utility and Many uses overcomes them All. A tvs a safeguard too. Against the effects of temperature Apt to revive an attack of Quot in Cutti Cijka 4 cd amp n i ll0yjcure,y tit in Ura saved by a Pigeon. A dramatic Little Folio de in a we to in flume. Pan Francisco examiner. An incident occurred recently in the Fara ily of g. F. Marsh the dealer in japanese curiosities at 12.� Market Street and a member of the Pacific coast Pigeon society which proved to him in a most impressive manner the valuable services which May sometimes be rendered by the Carrier Pigeon and probably explains some of his enthusiasm in that direction. His Little baby boy was taken suddenly sick with most alarming symptoms of diphtheria. The Mother watching by the bedside of Tom Little one dispatched a messenger on a Carrier Pigeon to her husband at his store on Market Street. In the message she wrote the nature of the child a alarming illness and made an or get Appeal for Medicine to save its life. The Bird was started from the Home of the family near the Cliff House five Miles from nor. Marshes Market Street store. The Bird flew swiftly to the store where or. Marsh received it. He read the message called a doctor explained the child a symptoms As his wife Hud detailed them in her message and received the proper Medicine. Then tying the Little vial containing the Medicine to the Tail of the Pigeon he let it go. The Pigeon sped away through the air straight or the Cliff. It made the distance five Miles in ten minutes a distance which would have required the doctor three quarters of an hour to cover. In Twenty minutes from the the mothers Messa the baby was taking the Medicine. >i9 via a mor at oar re full Poteet. Ligeti Cali out proc to a win 4��kr 4 a Nteta a w4�rin� in a a a a a a a a a w�,nj1 ir���ovuv�2irr�l1 d7wt�r the the flew a. Or bad am t a Ziti a it nuts a Berrr watch Tea was eve aim my but. M a 9kmmm Suo Cote a tsp run fiy.7r�tt exam Init on futz big we fit Ait Iima Cwan we vow do t f. Ctr ref in Neontia Ruof a tit ll��4 Wewt a few or our Casio Nora write or urn we v _ 23�w Forace Fly Otto Conaty. Fib of Sis Leo lot a., ital Polk Llama. Sisis i ���4 a a by it a a a a loin n ii rpm to sad it a ack u w 1 rot the a prow tit la Tab boat Jow Olor la a a Sadko am Fco a Whf Aram Witk Toor Ruhaak a pro a a of if i Eoa pot you say ordon 1 will gladly do to. F j not Rrok x. C., april 8, i #91. I a. Roini kq., Minn Annuli. . Der Kov a your watch re cd ipod on the my pleated with it and think it the heat �?�4 of al tit Rufii tt�.7$ in a a to Cali imm taif waa Howai. By you no them and ten a hots the Mun Yth to i or he a. And the convince Mth to 1 a Deal Flentse a end a your re to be Prie and Jodi tip a Way Yon a of your Fnu to Nomine the a. Your truly Dock Box 85. A mtr Toiv. Eloy june 25, 1nh. co. Rectum a i a sch we to will by it far Turpa my pct to on. For Honing to a in a dealing i can recommend your Hou a of that a mor for the a a Thau any other Hou a the unit a Stem a Manor pm Ftak a a 6, in Itom fit a a co the watch arrived right Aad Many thank i to for a Tahr than i Mart do i Ute. I guid Nav of it a Dox a Tiki for two a Money now if ther k anything Don t fail too it pm fan it in am t repay you for your undo a your for Vanir a a h. Hans a Wiat of Lodo i i your after Etc. X it i your your cart. Your pc j. D _ Thanh a Ltd i her in perfect end into we at in Ltd Aad can Coy do Noik Tow a mor fair at Roger and a la am it Psi than Hoe Hue now get what it advert wiil fast Odom m 1 Coa get Jim what 1 f�a4 com to order to any. _ �10 he Collie Afton. Loa Espoile Ina . The Pojur May 90 and am Ati. War my Star a Mim. Mention pm quirk. Premiums. I the while Mountain App Parer Gorer a ghz a a Arre red. $ new York there is quite a gang of people in Paris who thrive at the expense of the insurance companies. Their plans Are simple. A Man lets himself be run Over. The Driver is his accomplice. The authorities Are appealed to. An insurance inspector reports on the Case making the slight injury sustained appear a very serious one. The profits Are divided up. As occurrences like this became frequent suspicion began to be aroused. The result was an inquiry ending in the imprisonment of sixty five people who were members of the gang. Adjusts itself Tony size or we a a shaped Apple pares it Olean i re moves the Core and makes one continuous slice of the Apple ready for drying stewing mincing1 or other use. A child can use it. Is simple substantial and durable. A Good and labor Saver. I retails we furnish it by with weekly for express $1.75. Will Send it tree for four yearly subscribers at $1 each. Will sell it to our subscriber for Only $1. Used one no fax Lar would Ever be without one. A enquirer company Cincinnati Ohio. The Cook stove drier Casto Ria. Children when baby Wai Rick we Gara her cog Toriaz when the was a child Ghe cried for cog Toria when the became Mise Aba Clung to Castoria when aha had children she Gate the we Castoria bicycles v 1 a \ it $5.00 of the enquirer. Six dollars pays for Eva Ora or and weekly enquirer one year. Of can be used on any stove. 12 Square feet of tray surface eight galvanized wire cloth trays hand some Metal base total weight 25. Pounds size 22 by 16 inches and 26 inches High. Trays Are uniform i size and adjustable to any place in the rack. This evaporator tas won its place As the Mavorite for family use. Is equal in Merit to any other mud Superior to most of them. Is sufficiently Large to permit the drying of enough fruits in one season to last any Large family the entire year besides a surplus that can be sold or exchanged for groceries and other necessities. It will pay for itself twice Over in one season. We ship it free for a club of 20 yearly subscribers at $1 each. Enquirer Pany Cincinnati Ohio. A and gentlemen we away 1000 or mor elegant safety Bicic a to boy and girls under ___18 years of age. On easy condition Ana without one cent of Cost for them. The wheels Are 55 inches with Crescent tree rime and folded rubber tires and run on hardened steel Cone bearings adjustable to Wear geared to 46 inches detachable Cranks four to five inches throw Frame finely enamelled with Nickel trimmings. Each machine a supplied with tool bag wrench and Oiler. Equal in Quality to those sold on the Market for $46.00. We have both boys and girls styles. If Yon want one without spending a cent of Money for it write at once for particulars and names of hundreds of boys and girls to whom we Bare already Given bicycles. Address Western Pearl co 334 formerly 308 dear80mi St. A Chicago ill. Au5-3t-ltamowy41 watches railway Hampden watch Isone among the few that has received Theap Proval of the railway managers As a Safe reliable keeper upon which conductors engineers Banff train dispatchers May depend for accurate. Unto it pm . But few watches reach this Mark of distinction and preference and because of High Orice but few Are sold outside the railway and postal service. During the quarrel of the watch tru9t magnates our agents secured a goodly number of these works at a fair figure enabling us to sell them to our patrons at tie old Trade figure of jobbers with the addition of a Silverine a ase. The jobbers Price to the Trade for the works alone is $25. Price of Silverine Case is $2. To can give our patrons this watch in a a Ilverine Case either open free or Hunting. The Premium safety bicycle no. 4 is a $90 machine. Wheels Are 28 Inch rear solid a Inch tire and double dressed. Tangent spokes. Drop Frame of weedless steel tubing. English make Semi hollow steel Forks dropped forgings throughout with bail bearing Center head. In All bearings to both wheels Crank Axle and d dals. With Spring Saddle and pedals adjustable to suit any size or weight of rider. Finish is enamelled Black with handle bar. Brake fittings seat Rod. Braces Cranks pedals and nuts ally highly Nickel plated on Copper. We Cirer for. Grade bicycle to patrons of thee $65.00 a Premium safety bicycle no. 5 is a $110 machine has in a Jjo a otherwise is similar in description to a amp my Ion tire and hollow Forks. Otherwise i we sell no. 5 bicycle to our patrons $75.00 a w Ltd both Are High Grade machines very Best make and material Safe reliable an latest Tern and improvements. Tool bag. With tools and Oil can. Accompany each machine. They Are changeable for ladies use by removal of upper Brace guards for either machine furnished for $4 extra. Above prices do not include the paper. Enquirer of Ohio. Watches for on of or in a 20-year 10-Karat Gold filled Case for Oil 5.00. New Hampshire s supreme court on its Ite huits. Concord. N. A. August 3.�?the famous Littleton divorce Case of Robinson against a Obinson. In which the doctrines of Christian science placed a part was disposed it it of by t ii supreme a Curt saturday. The husband a Lidelee alleged cruelty on the part of the wife As the result of her having embraced the doctrines mentioned since marriage. The effect had been to injure his sensitive nature and destroy his health in the decree granting the divorce the our said Quot i he Law considers the results. It can not be Saiu As a mat ter of Law that til treatment court not have produced tiie elect reported by the trial j hum oks of the blood Skint and Scalp whether itching Burn inst , scaly a usted pimple. Blotchy or Hopper color a Wita j Iok of hair i her simple so Romulous hereditary Ltd a. Con Tii fintis Are speedily permanently economic a ally and infallibly cured by the Cutick a Kami i its. Consist i a of Cut i curate Reat skin cure. Cuti Cuba soap an exquisite a Kin purifier Ami Beau to her. And Cuti Cura Ubol vent the new blood and Bukiu purifier and to greatest of humor remedies when the Best physician and All other remedies fall Cut Cuka Rem re i it r is Are the Only inf All ble blood and skin purifiers and daily Eft ecu Mere Ficai cures of blood and la diseases Thau it All other remedies combined. Hold every where. Price. Cuti Cura. 50c. Re solvent $1 soap 2->c. Prepared by toe Potter Ducq Aud chemical corp Kat Ion Bonton mans Enid for a How to cure blood and skin diseases. Pirn pies blackheads chapped and oily prevented by Cut Cuha soap. Backache kidney pairs weakness and rheumatism relieved in one minute by the celebrated Cuti Cuba Ajeti pain Pla amp thu. 26c. For is extra we will have them overhauled. Cleaned and regulated. From $65 to $75 has been the ruling Price for this keeper. It is a Nickel movement with 15 extra Fine Ruby jewels in solid Gold settings has a 14-Karat Gold Patent regulator and compensating balance. It is adjusted to heat and cold and All positions. As a keeper is equal to any of the High priced fancy brands costing four times the Money examine and Price the watch at any reliable store and be satisfied that our Oiler is a bargain. Enquirer company Karat sold plated. He h. Doom est and Best Gemine a i plated watch on the american ret. Double plated with Pur Karat Gold Over solid Silverine i base. The Silverine part of care is made by the renowned Cut ber watch Case co., and is guaranteed dust and Damp proof magnificently decorated and engraved exclusively by hand work and fitted with our Jat Fly celebrated Febrona Ortr styx works. The and most accurate timepiece on of a american Market. Over 100, now in Dally use. Read the is Tim Nials in our Mammoth cat to Logue which is sent free with a Ica watch. Cut the out and end it with your order and a Vili ship the watch to you . express. You can examine it at the express office and if you think it a bargain pay the aant $4.35 and the express a a a and it is yours other pm nothing and it a a be returned at our expenses the National mfg. Amp importing co., 328 Dearborn Chicago Iii. Musical goods Lyon amp Healy 2lffl Susk ,c00 Ca Tatara of Bead i Trunie nta us i Ferraz Ard equip meat. 40# i a ill Moira ideas dec Ribiat a a try Artaki required by mind a or drum Corpa deluding Mai rat a Thura a c it a taiga a. For bands Kim atm Aad Seata m Mivy a to Chico by Laws cd pm. 1 a 1 a rms of fu30-26teosaase3-13teowwy81 agents wanted we furnish horse and Carriage free to every agent. And pay ls.0�l a we k and a i exp Naea Amo july Giufurta it sept. And it by your work you wove Yowa Elf capable to it a Elt our Good we will pay you $23.00 and All eve peace weekly Durian oct. Nov. And dec. No . Our Toda a Necea Aitor in every family. Outfit free to dream Standard Silver Ware cd Boston. Ijy-13t w?52 i. Medical Mia cell a h e o u v Educ Tokal. Kent Hixy military Institute ear Frankfort. By. Open i Oug Hout the year. The second term of this academic year begins first monday in july and closes third wednesday in december next. , supt Post office farm alb by. A my27 5i a j 46 weak men cured. Kyo electric 3�oxsex8e. _ to stomach Riog Toh. Send at one for sealed directions free of to common sense Home cure for All weakness of men. A certain permanent cure for nervous debility lost manhood miss Ems and varicocele weak organs Fri arged and Complete cure guaranteed we furnish the Best of references. Address Albi out pharmacy co., lock Box 44, Albion my �jamfeowwy2�i a male $100 each. J. Russell a Cion Tullue Oil to. A commercial College be ntht4jckv University a Lexington my. Hishen twi re at a Orius a Kex position. A Joi Kee aug Buigues Short Var tit Aud Tui Graphy taught. 10u0 St Hieatt. 12 i Ficici v iq.000 or iut to in Huaie a. Stcin a a add Wiluth al if atm Prev a a Ligua by. It ii Mil Mafut the old doct Qew so c 0tto ?�.9.p1ll o 4 a rave reliable and a a to. Yearn be and not one bau result. So Iri 4c air maps for a Alakl Pattico Ian. Fit. Wirs a a co. 1 7 n. Atn �?��., str. Louxa to. A utj47w��i Saf

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