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GENERAL NEWS 30TES.
I'ems_[oi Interest Gathered from iarlou
Dom Pedro, Emperor of Brazil, is seri
A dangerous ileod prevailS at EvIusviie.
The mountains near Lxnciburg, Va.
were covered with -nvow Tuesthy mor nog.
A large anti-coeci-on mueeting ws held
in Cincinnati hist night.
Roscoe Conklin:: is talked of for the pres
idency of the New York Athletic Club.
Fire gutted 22:3 to ei Canal street NewI
York, last night. No fatalitles. Loss not
James G. 3laine and family pax Sed
through Albany. N. Y., Wednceday. 1ound
for Augusta, 3aine.
Bloxhan 1. P-rry :3.Pasco 1t. :ia
tering 12, Goodrich 13. was the vote m
Tallahassee vdne iiiday.
Thirteen lrish cnStables, o ie V
cently resigned, .ili sail for America t
Lieutenant John N W. Ihnehower .s
buried Sunday wit,h niitary honors at Os
wego, N. Y.
The trial .1. Ii. Vincnt,. the dcfaut
ing State Tre--uarer of Alabama. has been
postponed to .I uy.
The Rus -'n vnment has dee-d't to
recall Count Sei'ai aloiT. ussiaa am
dor to Germany.
The Hurnartian printe will present to
the Pope. on the occsin of the latter's
jubilee, a beautiful gold chalice.
Fifty of St. Louis' "best ciize-ns" have
'been indicted for election frauds, and the
end is not vet.
Ex Secretary au M1rs. 3anning will be
presented to Q::(-n Victoria at the next
drawing room. ou May 18.
Senator I-e lev has li-ft Washinif on for
Hartford : nd will remain in Connecticu
for several weeks.
Murat Iiaiedhas gonc to Chicaigo o
call on Mr. iaia-. in the interest of Sena
tor Sherman' ecuiday of course.
The works of the Vsburg MIanufactur
ing Company were hurned last night -in
New York. Loss i160,000.
The First Natioz d Bank or StatesVille,
N. C., has been authorized' to commence
business with a capital of $'>0,000.
Samuel E. Hig-hland, ex-Treasurcr ot
Carroll county, lId.. his been arrested for
embezzlemeni and his bond fixed at $6,000.
Major Innes Randolph, one of the edito
rial staff of the Baltimore American. died
Thur-day at his residence in Baltimore.
Water in the St. Lawrence river is slowly
subsiding, and danger is gradually passing
Teasers and mixers in all window glass
factories of the Pittsburg district have
struck for higher wages (10 per cent.) and
the mills are closed.
Two men were killed On the new aque
duct works in New York Wednesday. One
fell down a shaft and a reek weighing a
ton fell upon the other.
The Troy, N. Y., store moulders want
to return to work. Manufacturers. how
- ever, will not resume till the boycotted
pattern trouble is permanenti'y settled.
Recorded Trotter, whose'slow recovery
bas occasioned alarm among his friends,
was taken to his home in Boston on 3Ion
'At a recent recention in Boston Senator
Edmunds kissed three little banies, and a
ribald paragrapher says that they all died of
The general oflicers of the Knights of
Labor,have boycotted all the labor paper
which are not in accord with their auma
On the passage of the coercion bill, the
Right HIon. Hugh Holmes, Attorney Gen
'eral for Ireland.will be raised to the judi
cial bench of Ireland.
The Pope has sent confidential-'notes to
the French and Get man govrnmnents, oiler
ing to act as media: in the bechnaebeles
Capt. Roberts and three of the crew of
the British ship, City of Ottawa, which
arrived at Newcastle on Wednesday from
Mlobile, died from fever during the voy age
Advices from Scatari, Albania, state tha1
the Miridites have killed seveu Turkish
soldiers for interferingt with the tomb o:
their n-sted lead'er, E'ib Doda.
Three young men were drowned at St.
Romerald, Ont., on Sunday by the upset
ting of a bo-at. A fourth man saved Iiiut
.self by clinging to a cake of ice.
Allen G. Thurman insists that he won't
me Gvernor of Ohio or hoid any other poblt
ieal otice whatsoever, and it does begin to
look as is 'e had really gone out of politic.
-A jury ha been summoned to determine
the mental condition of Lamibert Gillings
.one of the weaixhiest men in Baltimore.
His prop rty is estimnatal at 82,00J 000.
-Wie locked-out silversmiths of New
York have decided not to surreader o" atmy
condiios unlessti~e OiiCs withdraw their
oibnoxioundgu:~lation in reg"ard to the union.
- i attemp;t to m~ake tor*e moulders work
by St. Louis panteia, which have been m:)y
cotted, is causing stri.c by~ wrkmucn of
that trae in v:,aus places .lot hand East.
The nmui'n for a changre of venuei ftomi
Cook Couo'y in the Doocdiers' ca-e has ben
ove-rruled, and the trials w~d, therciore,.
take place in Chiei'o.
The 3Mobile, Ala., Chambler of Cotm
mnerce wants the tempiorary rder suspen.'
ing the long and .sh'rt haul seedon of the
Inter-State Cenai:ert bill made permuaent.
Capt. J. L. Strong. of 'the schooner Car
rio Strong, late froma Bostn; while out1
shooting yester0.iy aniern~oon so .nd mor
tally taounded himsiel'f. Te suo-oing was
James fE 3Iarr, chief elerk to the First'
Assistant ?o~amuster-Genieral, died yester
'day. Had be ii-.d uutilJ June 1st he woul
have been in continse2ns public service 5t6
Frank 31zien wasi r-ceive-d ai ing Sinr
prison April l>th. to serve ottt a sentecz 0!
,en years for an assault in the first degree.
Wednesday morning .a was found dead in
his celL~ tingig by the r.cek.
The water is gradually receedng at Mion
treal. It is believed the worst is over. 2'ne
greatest sufferers are residents of Pointm
st. Charles and Griflin. The~ tonmp pumips
have ngain been started.
EdmeLnd Pendleton, of Cincinnati, a to
and slender' brother of "Gentenanx Geortae
and a rieni jsu in his o'.vn ri-at. is quietiy
lodking abeu4t in New i ork ?or bargaims in
Billy Cooler, at tr man. was killed
and Conductor E. i7usseli- --dly hurt in a
wreck on the Valley Branig? the Badti
more and Ohio lRailrad No p-angers
hurt. Cause of the accidnt unknown.
The President has ditred theappoint
ment of Sur::eoa Ge. !r. sernabrg. L. .
S. A.. to invetigateu thie i-rts of inocula
tion for the p-reveio of Teilow ,2;rr as
practiced in 31-xico aad Bazlt.
The silversmnitLe em loy~ed at theGr
ham 31anufacturin~g Comtiuy's WorkA
have voted to oiTband the leec:d A-sembily
'of thec Knights of Labor in Providence. R.
l., to which they belong.
The trial of J.1 ii. Vince , the e-'ault
ng Alabama treasurer, has buctn postponiei
to thie J ulv term- on aceount of the 'aubsene.
of Crawford. Vinem's cleric when the. de
fault took place.
Arrangemets -re belag reade :o ,h-ld a
:uass mneetain t\iei Park. Loncan, on
31ay :1, to ;roa. t aaist the crimes bill.
The meeting proraase. to be the largest ever
held in the P ark.I
Henry F. Gillig, whuse suits against
r .wr.ne mmarct rcan'tc in at ta-chtig that
i. tor's property in Milwaukee, has come to
his country from England to enforce the I
payment of his so-called claim.
William J Florence, the actor, las pur
inl.sed two large lots at the intersection of
' wenty-tirst street and Coneeticut aViUe.
Washingt'n, for ki.3.00 and will build a
e residence on the -,round at once.
1 Fort Moniroe. Va., dispatch says t"-t
rivate Minticid S. Miller, Company G.
th artillery. was drowned while returnin::
fro the soldiers' Ilome Theatre. Ilis
bo(v was recovered.
Sir Edward Thornton and party have
,rrived in Ricliniond. and miade the ac
iuaintance of the members of the coinmis
ion anpointed by the Virginia Leaisiture.
Th'le joi'nt commnission is now mn session.
It is fortunate that the war horse, of
fmous soldiers are dvingi, (f so is.'-t. it
would have been only a Aliist:n a of noa
wen somle Congre'.SInan woui in rob.
a b(il toi penso hm-E T
A dispaitch from Cooi a. ui , 1 :
''t-oo rt.- ".1w Sl i 'r it
IingImore wa ' s1nk in a:oIsinwt
I r he thi In0d of ormo'' i
I. peisons were drown-ed. uro
TheDenver Labor A embly No
Knights of Laba-r, adopted aretn
~' ~of ~t,~ -o ve '-' of a
een-uin Pesdet Ckleeh1d incau' <.f
his aut(id in ordering itroops to hkota to
\"r'c settlers on the Crow and Wineb::o
The anti-Shernian men at Wa'shingoin all
chum to think that the Ohio Itder' -- t-'
;ra trip was token too earlv in the c'mv'
D t ould hav Icased tlhi bet t-r if hiel l ::d
n:)t gone before the spring of J.
Lieutenant Governor Ridde, etry
of State Alien and itate Auditor !cLarthy .
of the KvAi as byoai rd of railroad a-se-sor
were injured and uarrowly escapui:
by the vreck of a train on whi1h they were
Eight "scab" ptaterns were put into the
1:!nd at each of t he three stone factories t I
etiroit Wed nesd:ay mioraing, and the men
wenclit to work upon them without protest.
More of the St. Louis patterns have been
A calf jerkel the props from under a
so-diold on which three men were at work
31ansfield county, Ill.. Wednesd:iy. J
Burns. a wealthv farmer, who wos oI
tie scaffold, was killed and one workm-an
W. P. Fowler ani _Mr. S:ivers. recor of
the Episcopal Church. had a dilliculty at
Grenada, Miss, in which Stivers was mnor
tally wounded. The cause of the trouble
has not beeu ascertained, but Stivers says
tbat Fowler's ac't was justiliable.
A resolution was introduced in the West
Virginia Senate Wednesday to provide for
the settlement of a claim of Virginia against
West Virginia for -8,000.000 as the latter's
share of the State of Virginia at the time
the State of West Virginia was created.
If the income of 21 railways is decreased
in one week, through the Inter-State Coim
mnirce law, the sum of $10,000, how much
will be the decrease for a year of the earn
in;s of the 1,200 railway cIompanks o'f the
United States? Respectfully referred 1o
Senator Reagan for an auswer.
J-icob Sharp, of New York Broa :v.'ay
surface railroad notoriety. was e .d n the 1
Court of Over and Terminer io, : al on
the indictment for bribery, on 21 counts.
The defendent was not ready, and the case
was set for trial May 1LLh.
An east-bound freight train on t&: At
lantic and Pacific railway feil through a
partially burned bridge over the ANrroya o
Canon Padre, andi the iremn' wenlt down
with the wreck of 15 cars oni was crusi(d
and burned beyoud rec'gnition
The actin-comptroller of the CirreIy
has authorized the following ks to be
~in butsiness: Birmingham Nu'1 on'l: : h k
of Biranigham. Ala.. ('pita' ". :
Merchats' National Bank, 'f Tu''e'ioa.
2a., caopitail 810i0,U00.
Dr. A. J1. Graut, a noted bi" amist, died
at Cambridge jail, af ter an illneSs ot severO~d
days. I~e wvas aiwaitingz tria of or robbtiug
and deserting a Canmblridge lady mmediate
lv after marriage. Other charges of a sim
ilar nature were accumlaloting aga'lis h'I
Acting Secretary Thompson "as apit
ed .James H. Wheeler, of V'irginia, a watch
:an at the Treasury Departmt. Wheek r
i the man who wa~s so baduly injured a00
ihmond, Va., list year by the prea: ae
dis'larg of a caunon while tiring a sJt
ii nhono'r of the visit of President Cleveland.
The Boiton Dye-iog. Printing and~ Bleh
ing Company's mills at Ilronxville. N. Y.,
took tire Wednesday morningi aad. after
buring fiercely a short time, were soatteredl
to the four windls by a series of explo:.,on-,
wh'ch shook the neigzhborhoodl liike carth
q~uakes. The mills were totally denmolished
A special dispatch from the City of Me
ico trium~ph:imtly announces the discove.y
of the seven lost Mexican bonanza mines
by an American party of prospectore. N o
elists speak of the fabulous wealth obt:dned
from these mines by the Spaniards. Thb
were worked up to the middle of the lat
Now :bat so many raiiroad companies
have unodertaoL:n to serve the interests of
pascngers by saualit:;ting .>team-heating
apparatus for stoves in cua:. they shouldl
also strive to save the lives of to aO0 21m
ploes by dhiscovtring unit tising some kirnd
(of cour~lr that will not kill those who op
Ieport cotnar from Cincinnati that the
national association of di:.tillers and whole
sale liquor dealers has iian aior~'n at the
look ot things in Texas and is goingt to send;
a big urn of money down there for the
ant -pr ohibition campaign ec it. Thli sort
of *sitance from outsale has been known
beore novr to hurt maore man it helped.
A~ local option eZletion was held in IIar
rionbur". \ a., Moinda;, in four of the
ny ditres in the county. Hlarrisonburg
dsri't "ggve 221 pr-duibition maajrity,
Ashlev udisritabout ti00 and the other two;
districts are claim~ed by" ohe Prohibitionist
y small majorities. Every?hing passed ol
An important niceting of lumber mianum
facturers wat's held in Montgomery yester
hay. Alobama and Mis isippi were repre
sented. A pe-ttin to th e Inter-State Com
mission was adopted asfngfor suaspension
of the fourth section ot ta imter--it2 law.
ts the lutnber business is terribly dein'ora[
ied by. The increase in the freighit tarilf.
The inu :.:- commission has maide an
irder suspend.ng s.; arh secti for ~
du. subject to revocootio:: :dwt
or~ vi- :"it intermed~tiate r..e shal n'ot 'a'
ied o -,j ;ts in force on i.pril .
'hi's appties t ohe Northecrn Paicimle,
1a e and .ut. Igis a:0 Sy..ia "neiscco
Theo Beliu i ou-'.< Zeo'ung broughito ?:sto
fr libel against 1Priuce 1,isma'rek on ac
0an jurisditie.. ;c ode ''-tr.:.s thoe
ri' .ce, a'eimg a Guertm'.; ''".; only
menabl to a molitary tro.. a
'd" Consoliated Coal Ct o't.,: bu
,t ar' aI '-ol.iii a t.nd '' ..' were u'
- red on :-' 'd all otr'' emly
al-'r:oed. Thre li dreu uower
* cotr:.5, ani hadl nOu rlier. ic- h
":--I not be- dia fom theor other miiie.
J .ms Wods ofE a-e. who 'a bure'ii
a .e~w York on' Motday, leao an '''ate
alrood at $2,U000.000f. ie came to this zo::nm-.
r' fromt Irel::nd in 18101 and made his tirst
untnd dollars in truck drivingr. Then !
oe went inlto real estate, buying up all~the i t
o'sii could in thec upper hart of New York. I
ittimatelv amassing oin enotmous fortune.
..h,.h la wido a nno sen wil divie I
Judge Tirgleam,i lie rw Un:cf .usrtie
he District of Colun' is e te
nebes in height azind w lr 1 on.. . e
a~s kee :a eos
rn Will .
; e ived nT..
)f 1:e4CrivN ' lUlw In i a : .r
a ?e tI ' I :v \h i
:u::: ic in ion . i T 1 .0.
g- : i
kci2~~~::vc i~ 7. :~ ~ ::2
, J. inr ov hera eu at-.)
The characteris" ic wro a C ton
farm tarinig the vn o "y is cottonr
chopping. Amio' t':P my m in: S t
that have been i1vtn-LtedA to do tkis .ork
none has yet becn vety favorably re
ceived or gereraly adoptedl by farmers.
The operation is one-like cotton-i'ck
ing-that seems to de.uid :. ever
changing mot'on anu the Iexecibe of a
ever-acting judgmnt wi:.i canlo be,
:Ctrialized into i machine. Such a
1nChine, howevcr, is pri'i t'in
the possibilities of Lhu::an inveion.'
The cotton h'arvester is an ulinsputtu
nuecesity; but it is not so clear that a
nachine for chopping, or merely
"blockizg out" cotton--reducin the
continuous row of ihants to bunches-is
exactly what is needed. Why sow the seed
so as to secure a contuiuous row or -
plants, and then at the first operation
proceed to destroy the continuity ? On
poor, unfertilized land, which requires,
that the plants should stand very closef
in order to make a maximum crop, such
a continuous row is perhaps necessary
but it seems an Innecesary wast of
seed and labor on land which 7ili bear
'ti'e stalks 1P i..hLies to two or three feet
:-m-art. Why : i!ant the,- seed on, -.uch
in.1d in hills or sttsafre'ul cho':'
'le writer plantevd ,s entire crop t v
succe;ts ars in hills 'ix '- fe t
th e most satistactory resuiis. 1u'a
too late now to discuss the poilcy of hill
or step-p~lanting. Tile Crop IS nearly all1
- A L ,~'Ce n 'l i
planted and much of it will ScoU ue
radv for the i'st operation.
If the soil has been d:-om tL
cfect of one or mnore rai'ns :er pantIL
iag, it iso the ir-t iniportynee to re
tad the i :.
(c eiin *;iCtLI-j U L)
Tbe coniton of t-e .aninhsrep-.
.dteesiisthe hekofCI~jV e6r: ar-I~ asn
deaennie vetera 1it ,.,ll ebeQ
i'.o betr or -tar 1'opnii0ee rten
have oten tim -unt woh-ibre d to 1
Lo~nes to or ivn dvanee' ieig a*:t
Lsson. as the seed-hs oi -u m
fultlyevelope. I uis~ pla is .- d ed -~~
tha work ofr hoppin ut shud n
iay anevey re. iCone the- ah be
ints e plnovernth crp 'b a vie 0r te
aheas of tle pIt~ doeot pay to-u co
stine the ctme thoul be requi rd to (
S ulav. caaUuneurali rie c nee- c
con. If a'aite cro s hais been' I au
as c-lods and rteslV li'asht: g u
bekm tor u1wink sr. 01 Hea b e u
thin andtroke o cal taue:1 o' ir::'
dad even inora esmbe r tu it
th ann hingcr or aing gra" C
iihead of teplows requirh es an inu~
ha~ thecoto seold be pi'vsednoieit
C few ys enfewraly t cotoninerpe
needs taoe "gore oer wi~thos or~' " c
h o a Lapid sasit washC~ piat*d t
wtunh co urthat 11 hley crop 11
cnes the togielter, pho~u 've pl.e.Att
neajctre i~ t is :nor eprtn to'4- o
et over theickly than isd "e wr' .l
septosmake ever sroke of the hoe <N n
nt tost ar: strongen ingo "~-tsvie oin' the e
aepl, thusilw getix; ove 'the crp il
rcpidoynd ickly--.r- ni the' same pilt f:
ny eeintht' t hungr ant tist of :
fandistehier shpsceaa .saviggr
iio. 'i e plos hould follorthis
ve.ing.....i.., nd'. l b oe
*u oaia st, wineu caI eun
withi cmarivsaey .. isnm
onth age and phyicl regt o hm.
whox hols he pk4w than\'e is gener~i ti
sup'osed. i s iit ule boysandgirs ae a
CARLISLE ON DEMOCRACY.
%itnm.s .egardmng the Duties of hs Party
.it a :~rewmn to John G. Carlisle. give
: the iefuckV Jemccratic Club in Cov
So. .h. (Crli.ie made a short speech
on wdich the olowing extract is taken
- want to say to all Den:ocrats that V.
* e . un.thv of our name if we ad
Vi :' oum ber of reverses to disheartei
T. -era;h of the Democratic part:
the l ::5 years las been wonderful
t t1. lose o'f the war we were entirel;
1f 'iuv r, we had no oflice or patron
:md practically ostracised from
T i th iis of the government. Th
.r hadl a political faith founded oi
e prel'lle of Jefferson. and they fougb
,r it v:ilioat hope of reward. There Ia
. 'e n v timne ince '1 when the n
.r:1': Iof f mi were not in favor o
pC- 'i tie Democratic party.
.I I. ,ere p you Ih- necessly n
O:de ar prnilsin :myv eml
i ti'tins. no) -1t'.er hoi
3 u.*mport:llt they Seeia to be
.:c t:ful in any contr
:r cles u1pon which il wi
I - ene befot he people. Tii
ful of va.ries on the powers
Ut. Somet ' waIt it to become
rinstiite for the care c
s .me ~want it to purchase th
ar an tklgraph lines; some want
. in, -fre w ith the people's private bus
S i it to loan ioney to ind
. I: is impossible to enumeral
S-b the taxpayers for t
:..it o 'nldy eltse. We must ove
theories abroad in t,
.1d IV, samidt everywhere for It
,ris of men to (1o business wiih their ow
- *f\ *( a rwn way. If the DUm<
ranie~ lurty does not do this it migbt f
del cease to exist."
The Cotton Movcuent.
The New York Financial Chronicle, i
s weekly cotton review, says that fc
e w'eeK enuing Friday evening, the 22
wt., the total receipts have reached 14
.2 b:des, against 2i,627 bales last weel
u,3i bales the previous week, and 34
15 bales three weeks since; making t1
otal recipts since the 1st of Septembe:
;., ',107,U13 bales, against 5,998,86
el for the same period of 1885-81
how ing a- increase since September
t;, of 10S,124 bales.
The exoorts for the week reach a tot,
.I 6,156 bales, of which 33,227 were i
ireut Uritain, 3,543 to France, an
,386 to the rest of the continent. T:
mports into continental ports for t
aule period have been 85,000. The
Las been an increase in the cotton i
ight, Friday night, of 67,132 bales i
ompared with the same date of 1886, a
ae.rease of 59,219 bales as compare
ditL the corresponding date of 1885 am
c.crease of 243,077 bales as compare
The old interior stocks have decrease
uring the week 12,257 bales, and ai
;1,3S bales le-s than at this same tin
tt year. The receipts at the san
owns have been 11U57 bales less tha
he same week last year, and since Se]
embe-r 1 the receipts at all the towns a
:t,485 bales more than for the same tin
J .1865-86. s
The total receipts from the plantatior
ince september 1, 1886, are 5,166,0Z
iles; in 1885-86 were 5,254.375 bale!
a 1864 85 were 4,733,708 bales.
Although the receipts at the outpori
be past we-k were 14,222 bales, th
einal movement from plantations ws
lyi 2,2:2 bales,.the balance being take
:o the stocks at the interior town.
.a:t pear the receipts from the plantt
as for the same week were 19,48
als. and for 18S5 they weie 8,282 bale.
Tihe average weight of the deliveric
: Great B.:itain is 44 pounds per bal
.?ls .n-ason, assinst 458 pounds duriu
esane time last season. The cont
ental dt liveries average 446 poundls
:aimnt 453 pounds last year, and for tht
-bole of Europe the deliveries averag
l ounds per bale, against 455 pound
Bombay ap~pears to show an increas
empa~ired with last year in the week
cept of 6,000 bales, a-.d an increas
2 shpet of 28,000 bakes, and th
b'ipments since January 1 show an in
rease of 4.3,00J0 bales. The movemen
einl the ports other than Bombay
000 bales more than for the same weel
Ouar Hus4iness~ with Canada.
Few of the men, perhaps not evel
enator Ingalls himself, who will b
~tisfied with nothing but a war wit]
aada, have little knowledge of th
normnous interests that would be im
criled by such a conflict. According
> the~ report of the Bureau of Statistic
2e exn~orts fr om the United States t<
ie Dominon in 1886 were of the valu
f .Ii ,558,039, of which sum $29,659,
it) reJpresenits the value of dutiable mer
atse and .315,198,103 the value c
arcndise fee of duty. Th~e Canadial
atomns oileers report muolh large
"gures. The value of our importation:
:om Canada in 1886 was, according t<
iir figures, $37,314,636, of which $25,
j,10:3 was the value of dutiable mer
Landise and $12,003,533 the value o
ee wares. The value, therefore, of thi
aamerce imperiled by the passage o
le tisheries retaliation bill is in the
eighborhood of $82,000,000. Our ex
orts to the entire British North Ameri
e:. 'nssessions in 1886i were of the valn
Lik773.332; ogr imp1orts therefron
374,38 making a toital commerce a
57,2C69,570 likely to be be affected mon
e less by retaliation. The total im
otations of fish in the same periot
ere worth $157,640, over one-fourth o:
ic value of the fish importation fron
. parts of the world. The number o:
er England vessels engaged in catch.
unh cod, mackerel, herring and foot
s., and menhaden in 1886 was 1,200:
.pioying 16,420~ men, two-thirds oj
hunm are Canaamans.
A Schemew to iRob the Governmnent.
The~ Pacifie Rlaiiroad Commission 1:a
rdly been organized before the rumot
put out that the stockholders of the
nion Paciue, one of the companies tC
investigatedi, will turn over the rMein
?e, stripped of its branches and busi
ss, to the government for an elephant.
. goenmn will thus, it is assumed.
:.etically lose its debt, and the men
?o havre sv:indledt it will form a new
auseontinental system out of the rads
it, it is alleged, with Union Pacific
uids, bat not consolidated with the
cie P cifie line. The investigation
S will show whether 'the
zeae willixorki. n ray stun oid thr,.
* goverbfment will be able to trace its
svrty and tiud itself entitled to con
the. brn llinhes.
.u e ;rince a bad taste in the
a. .s.: -..eor yellow color of skin,
: - h 11iw or tdizines yiiS ou are
10M~." ualnotin' wildl arouse your
er n, *z.ion aml strengthen up your sys
a r I . Pirc' "Golden Medical
-ve y d0 ruggist
'IU(tor. who ~ hajst retired
:'h u:ne. says lhe drewv remedies
corns 'ad consumption out of the same
and most of his patients got well.
db elieved to be2 the first physician
Our' Mexican Trade.
The large and growing trade of Me:ico
ought to be controlled by the United Stutes.
1 Commercial intiercoursQ hetween t1w- two
- countries has been hitherto lhiiihrei y .
, 31exicanf tiarili wich pr::a:tia x: i --
those arts-ks which the Unit:i '1 a :
:behst have suppiId. Thfrw1
- to Mt-xico from this tariff 1:. di!n: :Ir
tect anv considerai1e home in %.1tri.
it was laid principailly upon r: h
are not now produced in 3M(-x(o.
effort was made to supply the home Ir
- with home nanufactures, theue itxe btre
a very heavily on the 3Mexic.m consum. I
e A new M31eici tarii s(cil e whi-ben
2 arranged to go into eliect o0 i: iir:i (,
tJulv. In the opinionof aihos wio rm
S familiar with t he c:nition :md me
-exico. the new *aril will .:v
f impetus to our tr.ew!!b h]
I The :,ie:ie6m ee1%rcity v
f imt has for i:. oh b t:.
cheecr and'. m'Ore e'u 1ir co.
. iCo. 1 I h.!s b 1n:a1 e
the iT ;-:-: (- , . e tn
lilltccessary to its enforceme e
S not bt so r a
f now that 31exic. hS. r h
a as to aWci: k: ln d.
f nined r.t in the- !rety. )!.my..
e cipal article 'ia ur
it manufiictu(re w.o' han e .
i- Mexico if tie tre-:ty had bCenri
i- be found ona ithr- :dexil free ii i
. first of Jialv. S' far :i it '
c Mexican tarf :. L- i r r ni.
r- roeity treiaty wtd b n :: -
e very vlil;i S nrivil "s a :i
e turn no concessions on r .
n Constitution. -
S kHave the iritotis Itackel t. w.,'
The Toronto, Canada, Glob,-. ref err:.g |
to Lord Salisbury's proposion f r 7
settlement of the fishery question, a ays:
* Lord Salisbury proposes an abject sir
r render to the Washingtou government,
d not a surrender of anything belonging
to the English or Great Britain, but the
, surrender of an immensely valuable
property belonging to the Britons of
e Canada, and the surrender of every =ain
r, contention hitherto upheld by the
9 Canadian people. ve Pointld out the
, other day that the issue between Canada
L, and the *United States wzs such that oe,_
or the other must yield absolutely unless
1 a general settlement evading that issue
could be arrived at. One has been
e It consists in giving everything to the
e United States, and in disgracing and dis
e .honoring the people of this country as
n they could never be disgraced and dis
s honored by manfully defending their
n rights to the point of war. The offer of
d the tory premier is cowardly, despicable
d and treacherous to Canada, and should
d it be ratified by the dominion parliament
it will never again be possible to assert
d- rights to exclude American fishermen
e from our inshore waters.
e The Kani Election.
. The New York Eeeninf /l, ani other I
-e papers. ever since the !:nsas etrn,
have been deining the "leszons of tai
election." In Leavenworth; theW scene(s aire
described as bordering on disgrace, amd tie
hostile editors are still making great a-o.
The Springfield Reybican, however,
comes to the rescue of the fair voters in this
way: If the misconduct or wrong judi
S ment of a few Kansas women is to weigh
e against the rights of the NN hole sex to take
s part in the governmen:t of the state they
a helped to found ani n.dninin-for Kansa
. was mat.de a free State more by its women
- than its men-what shall we ly of th
6 mule :,ex there? li the irst Konsa .le
tions, from 1.54 to 1s3), gossip andi Sm.
ing were not the wepons mert " t : fe !
b ullets and i.>wje univet W~ad ite::
te e, -ad when the vote seemed to be~ I
aastone party or the other, it was
favorite method to steal the baillot b..se
shoot the inspector of elections. The tir
e campaign in wvhich wonmeu prenaredl toet
e their legal baliots will ccntra.t ery favor.
s ably with any of the election camip~dgas ;n
Kansas before the civil war.
s t~onking's l'rofrmionni $auccet-.
e There is something remarkable in the
.professional success which has attendcd
t Mr. Conking since he was forced out of
s politics. As a general thing, the lawyer
k who is long in political life becomes a,
lawyer only in name. He may pass for
one when among those not learnedl in
the law, but among practitioners he
passes fat a politician. The reason for
I this is obvious. The laivs of Parliamnent
e or Congress are not the rules of Courts
1 or the decisions of the Justices, and only
a the natural lawyer follows the latter after
- the necessity for doing so has passed.
s Conkling never abandoned the custom.
s While in public life lhe pursued his
> studies as diligently as when only a
e struggling beginner, and the result was
- that he was not a generation behind the
- age when he resumed the practice of hiis
f profession. Few New York lawyers
'makte half as mucth iconpy az he, and it
r ia 'said that few save mere than hie has
Ssaved in recent years.
- CtongrenNtoala 1ntervie~we a Drug.
fA half-dozen Congress men, when once
interviewed properly during a recess of!
SCongress, can make the country believe :
Sthere are a million of them here. They
enter the office of the newspaper corre
-spondent at all times of the day or night1
and sit for hours waitino to be intervierucd.
If the eoriespondent tioes not take the
hith*s given uneo, iu terms often liike
"I' can give you some informinaiu abotut
-some political matters you and your paper
are interested in. liow much sptace can
you give it'?"
t If any encouragement is given the statet
man he pours out enough to till a oase of
an ordinary newspaper. The general heat
Iof the interviews at this time is tot solidity
the gentlemen interviewed with the admain
istration. Almost anv correspondent c im
get a do-en inte-viewi eer day p)idn
the administration in general terms, but n
one wants to print them. The bnlk of the
statesmen at the capital nowadays are not
heavy weights.-Waush. Cor. Idiaatisu -
Free Trade and Protection.
Our brother of the Roe ( .trar thinksI
that we are on the wron:; line in eing~ I
favor of a protective tariff. We-ll, wear
of opinion that our friend of tile (nir
is on the wrong line in being in favor o
free trade. lie is entitledi to his view.- an
we always respect an hones~t (ifferll tn -
opinion. The fDemcraitic party h: 1::rg
enough atnd patriotic enough for its mem
hers to entertain diZferent viecws on ec
nomic( qpiestion-. We warnr our friernds
that th p'ar~y v. i! Ie haita : pred i it gaa
into the ta-:z Paul~he::ti -tion wit
anythimor lixe at frer rm. In Iu
revenue- (*uir. is an pe
lost the eletio o i
won in 18-'4. bec-use. whilt. .2
howeve ti::ducata tvrd rdprn
cred. Book of p ,r ie- rs -
staps. Addr's W\\h - i --- '
Medical LOso iaitin 66 '-i utd i 1f
falo, N. i.
Nature reve~r buildeu en p.fcl at.
tshion did not try to imnrerea th wo
lie Declines Them All.
A getea:wowas at the Whlite
;vo livit t''ie t1\ Io
lou: ye'erday to ;nvite the President to
lit: h I v-I -I i - h :.: 0 '
S 0 1 .t o( . k f. .
I ed o to-dey ::f 'ioz"' 'Mi:
rg'phs of G. (3. HoItma, o' C...ni "
N 1., and I must myt that V 1, m.icn
hais done" wen.irs ftor Mr. Houhmau. It
seems like raising the dc-ad to .ie; Ie
looks fat and hear now. ard theyt
mei when he comm'ee ' our mein
he was 'othin Lq ski aind bouts. T be
sore on his breast s ' halrd over, au 1 ou
can see the ore or, tt: fir-h ad i '1 l
iug up fr eni t' I isth ot I h en
so that I could -A\ave taktn it whn lie
was Lui worst. but I could inot -'ave
iiy eftice and he lives some ditarnce fron
here. Yours respectifally,
This man, G. G. Hoffman, has risen
by the use of Botanic Blood Balm iB.
B. B.) to his present wonderful improved
condition. In a sLort time his boneless
forehead will be fully healed, and he will
stand a monument of humanity raised
from the verge of death. Few persons
ever I-ecover from such a low ,titt, being
on a dying bed from that fell distrover,
bl)ooa poisou, with the bone of "i fte
heed rotted and talcn out : in-he
by the doctors, and givtn ont to t':
Frum skin and hones, wreckoi '0v blood
po an, tO healti and sound 'lesh is the
woirk of B. B. B.
Not many such desperate Cases i't4'y
be founc, but when they are they should
n-t despair of recovery, as B. B. B. vill
When this medicine can cure such e.
tremle cases. is it not reasonable ihat it
will cure all cases of blood poison Of less
violence, as it has done in thousands of
Tie Mayor rnd doctors of Conover
Til 'ify th' awful consttion Ir
whIch Mr. Hoirman was raise:d.
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