The following gentlemen have consented to act as judges of the essays by senior college students for the prizes offered by the American Protective Tariff league for 1890: Prof. Richard T. Ely, Johns Hopkins university, Baltimore, Md; Hon. Nelson Dingley, Lewiston, Me.; Hon. W. W. Bates, Com. of Navigation, Washington, D. C.; A. Foster Higgins, Esq., New York city; Wm. Penn Nixon, Esq., Chicago, Ill. The subject is: "The Application of the American policy of protection to American shipping engaged in international commerce." The essays must be sent to the League, 23 W. 23d St., New York, before March 1. Awards will be made June 1, as follows: For the best essay, $150; for the second best, $100; for the third best, $50.
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