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Clicquot 2,378 BoucbeSco JJ- DolbeckitCo 728 St. Mnrcouus " I Krug&Co... 270 (Jbas. iJoiUBiooii " Various o,41J total 81,851) COMPILED FROM CUSTOM HOUSE RECORDS. for" ,1 s?'Vr. -. - , : -.j- mr,rSi fj , ?s- ;' .y-,& ' ass wm Macfarlane & Co., Bolo Aconts for G. 11. Murom & Co, for tbo II iiwuiiuu Islands. 121-tf SPOKE F01 FREE TRADE, so.ni: tiiim;s uayaiih I.DIMUJIUill. SV1H AT Protection a Form ol Slnlc Social ism AVIilrli l'lmler tln Lcsl Inlloli nutl '(irriiliflon. In tbo nf lor tho npptarcd first inui: of this paper Australia arrive! tlioro amongst tho foreign nows sumo rclorcncrs to n spcccli delivorotl by United Stntos Km- bassador A report Bayard ut Edinburgh, of tlio speech will bo found in tlio following dispatch from Edinburgh dated Novem ber?: The United Stntos Embassador. Thoinas F. Bayard, delivorcd tho inaugurnl address this ovouing to tho Philosophic Society. It was entitled "Individual Liberty, tho Ciertn of National Progross and Permanence." Tho paper road by Mr. J3tyaid was n scholarly and patriotic address, in which tho institutions of tho United States woro glorified, and upon it Mr. Uuyurd has ovidontly devoted much labor. It nmdo fifty pages of plintcd mattor. Tho most striking passages woro those in which ho denouncod socialism and piotcctiou. During the coui'fo of his romarks he said: "The weight of armed repression and tho upheavals of popular discontent are plainly discorniblo. "While in some coun tries the consolidation of tho em pire prngiossos romnrkably, in others disintegration is unuHually signifieant. Tho old djna.stieu aro diifting bopclossly or binking p..lpibly." Alter alluding to tlio piopara tious for war on land and sea, which no ncsenou woro ii"vor s 1 1 . . , . . t lorn idablo as today, to the in . creasiig burdens ol militnryism and to tlio hostile attitude assum ed toward ouch otbor of capital and labor, Mr. B")'"1 remarked: "The movement of today is to ward stato socialism us an oppos ing forco to autocracy, either of which is despotism.'' Mr. Bayard then dwolt at length on tho theme of his address, guy ing that howovor socioty is fratn od, it is by personal characteris tics and individual qualities that its ad'.iirs in the ond must bo de cided, lie continued: ,rWo are witnessing tho decline and fall of onco mighty empires as tbo result of dospotic govorninont and tho destruction of personal froedom, whilo those nations winch uavo safeguarded tho freedom of the individual bavo changed tho faco of tho world." Mr. Baynrd spoko at longth of tho wonderful growth and dovol opmont of the Unitod Statos, which ho assured his audionco was duo to this cause, uud earn estly invoked tho opposition of bis boarors to Stato socialism in all forms. Ho also sounded a noto of warning against tho many pro posals of political interference and atato management under tho garb of philanthropic aid or paternal ism. After discussing what ho tortnid tho tyranny of labor organisations, Mr. Bnytud said: "in my own country I have witnessed tho in saliablo growth of that form of stato socialism styled protection, which, I beliovo, has dono more to foster class legislation and create ineq jality of fortuuo, cor rupt public lifo, banishment of independent mind and character from public couusols, blunt public consoienco and place politics upon a lower lovol of morconary scram ble than uny othor stnglo cause "Stop by Btoii, and lurgoly ow ing to tho confusion of oivil strife, it has suoceodid in obtaining con trol of tho sovereign power of taxation, uroating tho revenue in to a ongino for sollisb and pii vato profits. Its nlliod boiu-ll- cinri and cimhituH urn callod "trusts" and graduall tho com mercial mtirino of tho United States his disai.uearod. the fow vcfrsola latolv built bon g mi ex coplion aiul proving tho in'o, as tlioy woro only built" by making a broach in tho general tiu-ifl'mid navigation h:ws." Mr. Bayard quoted tit longlh from tlio odd re ps of a former Com missioner of Navigation, rend .-it tho recent National Congress of Farmers at Atlanta, in confirma tion "i bis viowH "11 is incor rect," said Mr. Bavurd. "t speak of protection nti a o itionnl policy. That could never ho, as it will never bo unythiig but tho foster ing of special interests at tho ex ponso of tho rest. It is fatal to tho hoped of advancement or oven to tbo rotetuion of what lies been gained by civilization." In conclusion Mr. Baynrd aokowlodged tho debt owed by tho United States to Scotland for Ha milton and others, andpad a tri bute to tho memory of Scott and Burns. I'tiltCtlAM: or ALASKA. (ttirrnl C'ln) Cliiltiifi llm C'rciltt Ironi Secret irr Suunril. Richmond (Ky)., Nnvomlier 7. uoticr.U Uassius M. (Jlay is pre pnring a tmgazino articie, in which ho will sock to show that tho claims of fvcrotary toward as to tho part ho to.ik in making tho Alaskan purclmso aro not true and that tho Gonoral himself was t tho represent dive who negotiated tbo doal. Gonoral Clay at that time was Minister to tlio Russian court, and was in high standing with the Czar's Ministry. Ilo says that a company was seoking to pmchaso a strip of land throuch tbo Territory for the i purpose nf erecting a tolograpb I and cable lino to connect the two I r.niiHiwinf v. lif flln w-fiv nf Hulil-mrr wV.....v.... . ..... ..... 3 h ui.it i.i ...,.f !,.. lt..;,. ...! i was unwilling t- sell a narro v I strip of land that would bu a Ukt, "UV V,,.. klu -.- JtHf WW V bountiful sotnco of troub'e. At this point tho United States Gov ernment stopped in and purchas ed the Territory. Thoarticlu will lovoal soveral stato secrets, and it is said will bo in the nature of a firebrand. in view of its foroign boariui: the following lotter from General Clay to Colonel D. C. Pavey, of Boston.Mass., will bo read with in terest: Vhiti: IIai.1., (Ky.), July 5. Dear Sir: Your favor of the 2nd instant received. You will find an account of this mattor of my recall by Seward in 'G2 in my "Momoiis: etc.," Volume 1, 188(5, I. Brennuu it Co., Cincinnati, U. You will also find a copy (sec uul volume not yot out) in tho Cam bridge library, also in Yale Uni versity. Sowurd introduced corrupt Al bany politics into Washington. He allowod his followers to plun der overywhore, but kept out of tho law's not bimsolf. The noto rious Kentucky lobbyists, Groen Adams it Co., swelled I'oi kins' swintllo from a fow thousands to hundreds of thousinds, but tlioy did not find an ally in mo, and lionco I was recalled in 1802. (See "Life, Memoirs, etc.'') Seward made an unmistakable threat to recall mo. 1 defied him, and it took long yoars of ray lifo to recover, but 1 stand in honor horo, us well as olsowhero, and am now universally soon to bo the annexor of Alaska. In hasto, yours truly. CASSIlS MAItCTJJ.US ULAY. A Chinese editor declares in favor of black and .white as tho colors iu future for China's na tional flag black to cloud over Uio blazing red of tho Rising Sun, and white to symbolize tho molten motiil that is to bo hhowurt-d upon Japan. An Osaka editor retaliates with tho obvious reminder that China has shown uuotigh of the whilo Hag alroady. LITTLE GIRL TRAVELER. (joinii -) t sn iiiitoi;cc noso- (. I. t HIS WKI l. Not Yot Ten lint 'I'rmcllni; Alnur Woro a 'Tan trom Mr Vork to Mtliu. Little Jennie keusloy will li-ivo won unique distinction as a trav eler, if tho big Australian stoimcr Mariposa reaches Sydney in safety, says the S. V, Chroniclo of tho Jib inst. Tho child will have journeyed tal nround th; world iii a wostwardlv direction and about a third of tho way around ! iu tlio southerly courso before rcaching hor tontb birthday, and will bavo gone every bit of that wido distance alone. Tho tiny miss caino horo "Wed nesday on tho steamor Doru from Alaska. She was tho only pas senger on the boat, mid filled the cabin very full of noise at that. When any ono was looking, though, !ho was as domuro and bashful u g-rl us any ono of her yoars could bo. Sho doos not seem to think it remarkable at all for a little bit of a chick liko her to travel without pnronts or escort almost to the Aictic, and thou to tho equator and "undor it,-' as the navigators say. Tho steamer Dora is remarka ble ns steamers 'ran mttu: employed as a tonder by tho Alaska Commercial Company, and spends nil tho sumraor mouths cruising to salmon stations aud missions with unpronounceable nnmoB along tho coast of Alatka from Sitka to Oounlaska. Sitka is as far as tho tourists who do so much talking about tho wonders of Alaska evor go, and that is whore tho Dora bogins hor trip. Tho sloamcr stops at about twenty bttlo villages on this wild const while running about l.")00 milos to Kodiak, and thon goes westward, stopping and stopping agiin at plucos that nobody but an Indian evor heard of till sho arrives at Oonalaska. Littlo Miss Bonsloy was pickod up at ono of tboso Indian villagos, called Yukatat. The littlo traveler wont alono from Now-York City to Yukatat wbon sho was only -1 yoars old, and so she thought it was really nothing at all to get on a steamor again to travol alono from Yukatat to Brisbane. Quoonslaiid, wbon she was all of four years oldor. It took a doal of coaxing to got tho girl to toll about her trip from Now York to Yuknlat. "Thov just put a tag on mo," sho mini". "I don't remember much about it, only tbero was a lady on tho car that had a girl with her that was about as b'g as mo. 1 roiiioinber going across on a big boat to Jersey City, and 1 reuiuui her Seattle. They havo awful go. Tho boat is pretty ilolls in S-mt . I wont to Stttoi nn the stoamoi-. I'mn told mo afterwards it - was the City of Topeku." 'Voi mi , much afraid?" Win , no -what was tliero t" bo afraid of?" tsuul little Mies B -asloy, (piickly. '"Where did your father meet yon ?" "Papa mot mo in Sitka and put mo in fcliool there, and thon after wards I wont on to Vukatit, where bo was." Itichard 1 Boaslov is the father of tho br. vo child traveler. He was ship's clerk on the warship I'ltitu and shipped to Mew York, ilu went with the Pinta to Alaska, whore sho is ftill stitioncd. Mrs. UhukIov rcin-iiiied in New York, but it was not long before she was taken ill, and it was thought best to "eml tho child to Alaska to join i her fathor. Aftor the mil had gone on tho long trip alone tho niothor died. L-itcr Mr. Boasloy left the Xnvy and took charge of tin trading storo at lukatat. Tiny Miss Boasloy was tho only white- girl in Yuka'.at. Tlioro were only livo white pooplo tbero any way and but two of them women. Tho Girl's only playmates wore tlio u-itivo children. Sho says, however, that the Ii dUn girls aro just as nice us any girls and play tag and have dolls. Tho chi d lias now tirted for IJiisbauo be cau30 her father wished to have hor properly schooled and thoro wuR no chauco at all iu Yukutit, us tho Swedish mission tlioro whs moioly designed to save tho wick od native. At Sitka, too, tho school for white children takes tlinui on ly through tho lower grades. It (iiui. Ti:AVF.r,i:n. was decidod, thoreforo, to smid Miss Jennie to Queensland, whore she will bo iu the family of her uncle, ltov. Thomas Iieasloy. Steward Buckley on tho steamer Dora bognn groatly attachod t tho lono littlo girl on tho voyago down from Alaska, and during her wook's stay at this port ho is going to keep her at his home in the Mission. She has telegrams all written out to bend from Syd ney to Bribbano wbon sho roaches Australia, and it i? supposed that a letter which Itichard Be.is loy wrote has already ro ichod bin brother, tho clorgyuian in Bris bane. 'I lie Suiiiitorlul i:icclloii. Wray Taylor, secretary of tho Board of Elootion Commissioners, sont over to 1 1 ilo today tho bal ancn of tho election blanks needed for tho spocial election for sonator to fill tho vacancy caused by tho resignation of Sonator Notloy. The oloction takes placo on Jan uary Gth, 1891), and no filiations must bo on filo in tho Interior Ofiico on or beforo twonty days previous thereto, or on Ducombcr 17th. it is probable that the politicians of tho big isbu'd will soon uiai.o a move iu tho mattor. Mr. and Mrs. Ch-trles B oth am oMieoting to iniiko a ehort visit t the Const soon, f" IS '2 r'; f' "Jrf ' it- IN THE HIGHER COURT! CASES IS KANKIUPlfV Illtc. AAIN- HONtJ KWAI. NNitc Ii-iiiii thr Pml. up ,: ;,.- rourt-!luiiriiiici l-,iterd- Iiibi U. Mi-ilclriK rnilril. Bornnid Medein3 of Kaig Hawaii. 1ms had his pruporly a- turned to him on discoutlmmow. of bankruptcy prneordings. Thon. II. D.ivios .t Co. ma filed a petition in bankrupwr against AVing Yeo Tai Co. of Ili elo, Kauai. Tho Lock Sung minors, by'thtx next friend, S. Ahmi, and i'Vioj; S.ng. havo brought a hill Jn equity against Wong Qwai aa Ching Slmi, for discovery, - counting, otc. Wong Qwai Jc. cbargod with fraudulently mort gaging tho proiiorty of tho mmorc. whilo ho was their logul guardua,. t- raiso money to nay a mortgtrt debt; also with soiling a rico plit tation worth ?2),000 to his nephew Cliin Shai, for S500. The miucm; aro children .f Wong Kwai's lifn. partner. Look Sang, in ten now difunct firm of Chula: t- Co. It is assorted in the bi'SL besides tho frauds montionefi above and i.thors, that Wonr- Kwai constantly ignored the rightr. of the miiiois as heirs to tlieir fat'norV intoiest in tho firafc piojioity. "Wong Kwai is staloiL to be intending to leavo tbo country by tho steamer Asloac, and a tomporary injunction issut against him tho othor day to pre vent his leaving excepting undor bondi?. Karl I'odoyn hsih been authoris ed, as guardian of his two chit dion, to soil certain roul eitito. in tho suit of A. M Boittii i-giiiiftJ. T. Morgan, tho lbroigs. jury give a vordict fir th'- dufen dent, three disonting. Quan Ui n, who appoiled froaj conviction of couspmcy iu th District Court, pleaded guilty be fore Judge Magoon. Mr. Saa manu asked to have tho sontoties reduced, but tho Court oonfinnett it, viz: six months at hard l-ilwr and a fine of So and costs. Thurt t'Hi for prosecution; Neumann (c delondant. I This afternoon before Judge Mngoon tbo following foreign jurr J.is Mclnomy, J C Cltinoy, J L'. A estbrook. Do la Veignefor pra sooutiou; Nouminn for dofendatt VordictguUty, three dissontiiif. .SpritlicU hi limnc. Chins Spreckols with his and we ami aiugnior returnod U Six Francisco on Octobor 31st frous. his Buiopi-Hn tour. John 11 Sprockols wsnt to Now York U meet him and with Cbas K" hiiortridge of tl10 Gall rettlrno with him. The older Sureobtfc spent most of his time abroad a: Mar.onbad, lieriltl. nsort ir. Lohemia, not btcauso ho rccitihcf tho modicinal qt.alitios of tke water, but bocauso it is a Pl0ttsaaL spot and there bo could find it Irom business caros. iTe, bovr ovor, found timo to visit tho Eu ropean capitals. The,, arty tar ried a while m Now York -on their way home and Glaus and John DL bpnakolB oxorted what inils onco they hail in trying to pc suado tho big mon of tho Jtoiiul beau party that San Francisoo 5o tho propor placo for tho convex Hon. Mr. Spreokols was away fi months in all and returns in tbu best of health. An addition, amonntlm, ...... ly half the pK-sunt length of It Clunoxo thoater, is to bo made ift onco and wnrkinuii aro already o the job Both tho seating cant--mty and siago room nf tho thoaUr has lu,.nf,,iiudt,o small, a,,,! tlue will bo tomediod at ono?, i-jiib u. uunony jor opium in possession; J. fimmolnth, Thoc. Wright, W. L. Howard, J. Eflinr or, W. W. Harris, J. d-Jc, D Crozior. G W Furr. A V r..,.