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Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - August 6, 1886, Boston, Massachusetts tho J. I to be In THE Samuel J. Tilden's Funeral will be by Alfred in THE VOL. 37, FRIDAY AUGUST 6, 1886-EIGHT PRICE TWO let Lazy Scenes on President Cleveland Signs the mis t tlie in Both tiie John Sherman of a Short August first session the Forty-ninth this at 4 Tho session as it had devoid interest or The oldest member tho had never seen such a peaceful Tho the rush and clatter legislative haste to be done with important the sharp rattle ot five the the lunches and sly clink at friendly all were Tho applause that followed tho sine was almost In tho House tho early scenes today were a good deal like the a hard stormy and were in marked those in tho where was scarcely a to disturb tho placid flow tho In a stranger going from the riotous hubbub in tho House to the sleepy precincts of the Senate would almost involuntarily whoso wore in and where tho corpse Soon after tho reading of the Journal Mr. appeared at tho door hearing a Irom tlie It conveyed the that all were so anxiously that that the President had approved tho sundry tho and river ana harbor appropriations Many doubts had been felt tho fate of the and tho was greeted with loud It settled the question of adjournment Mr. Randall unanimous consent to print in the Record a speech on his tariff Mr. McMillin of Tennessee objected Mr. Randall appealed to him to withdraw his but with loud words and he declared that he would Randall wont over and sat down beside communed with him for a few This had tho desired as the gentleman from Tennessee withdrew his and Mr. Randall's request was Mr. had prepared a long on the labor In connection with a report on tho investigation the strike on the Missouri and ho asked leave to Several members but tho was not to be baffled in that tho he spoke live minutes on the and then asked leave to his in tho to usual was Tho long delay caused by tlie Baker matter seemed rather to please JUr. Randall and Mr. as it prevented the hasty passage of many a rush of which always occurs in tho closing Mr. Holman tried still further to out off by moving a recess an but this was voted About 2 o'clock the House agreed to tho Senate to adjourn at i. Morrison and were appointed a with Edmunds and 1,-Tarris of tho to wait upon the and him that Congress was ready to provided ho had no further communications to The remainder of tlie time in the House was spent in such hills as members wore able to call up by unanimous Few had tho temerity to attempt this without first coddling Mr. who stood ot his post as to the last He was as powerful as the President Anything ho did not like tho looks ot was promptly vetoed and that was the end of it. Whenever there was an ing twenty wore on their their bills in the iiir and Happy was ho who secured and having placated the Indiana stateman succeeded in Retting Tho actual closing was It was a Everybody the and at the instant tho hands o'clock tho with a few farewell brought down and declared tho first session ol tho Forty-ninth Congress at an The Senate did but little business Several recesses were taken just to away the senators had plenty time to have gone down to tho National Club's ground and played a game of base Tho only disturbance in tho Senate was created by who made a most ridiculous and It is enough to in that ho would avoid such performances by joining party and living up to its Mr. Harris of Tennessee offered a resolution to Sherman for tho ability and impartiality with which he had over tho Senato in tho Mr. objected to voted and called a A friond led him into an where he was ' soon on a At 3.,'J7 arose and made a Jew farewell Tlie was It seemed like a preacher pronouncing the Mr. Sherman began a little too His speech was not so long as he thought it and did not hold out to cover the At he an Most of the had trunks packed ready to by the first Tomorrow's sun will lind few of thorn lu are the great ports of the United The rejection of the Senato amendment was simply a declaration that no matter how unprotected tho country might absolutely nothing would bo The was actually embarrassed with and with surplus A party had into power without a definite not agreed concerning not agreed concerning but in search of a war did 'the Democrats by an idea oE this The very man who was now waiting for his crave was one strongest advisers in favor of coast and naval He believed that more acceptable to tho American people could bn yet he doubted very much whether the House oE Representatives would be allowed to take a vote on tho question by some singular combination of Mr. Allison corrected his statement of yesterday by making tho the present year exceed those of Inst year by instead of Then Mr. Edmunds changed his motion for a recess so lo inako it extend to 3.54, and Into a discussion with the chair as to the parliamentary practice and nilo in tho absence of a The question could not bo decided by submitting it to the ns the same difficulty about a quorum would arise and so by general consent there was a suspension of any attempt at business until tho hands on the clock dial indicated 3.4B. At that moment a message from the President Mr. Edmunds interposed against tho reception of the message 0*11 tho ground that no business could be done in the absence of a Tho chair decided that tho message could be Mr. appeal from the of tho The chair cannot entertain an appeal in the absence of a Mr. Edmunds -Let that be entered on tho Tho message was then It was a mere tho President had signed certain After another short delay the moment of adjournment and the chair before announcing the termination of this session of tho I beg leave to return to each of you niy grateful thanks for your uniform courtesy and kindness to me as your presiding and especially for the resolution of today in you have expressed your This has been by tho great number and variety of subjects have been considered and by the marked absence of political controversies Tho varied needs and aims of a rapidly growing country have occupied more 0 the time of the A short recess wil enable you to greet your I hope and trust that each will return next with renewed health and to your important In pursuance of tho resolution of the two of 1 now declaro this session closed sine SmaUl unci August the House today a quorum did not appear tilj 1.45 The adjournment resolution was taken up aud tho of tho Senato fixing tho hour of adjournment at i o'clock today was concurred in. On motion Mr Butterworth of was passed appropriating an additional lor tho selection of a site for tho congressional At 2.25 the committee appointed to wait tho President aud inform him that was ready to adjourn appeared at tho the House and announced that it had performed its and that tho President had nothing further to communicate to On motion of Mr. O'Neill of a Senate hill was accepting tho gift or tho Grant Tho House at took a an Mr. of Kew York moved 10 suspend the minutes and the rogu tho duties on tobacco Mr Hiscock spoke in support of his motion until seven minutes before The next three minutes wore consumed in secure consent to have tho majority report on tho tariff printed in tho and then the without any preliminary declared the House adjourned sine THE Objects lb August Senate a caustic frame of mind when it as was evidenced by the discussion following tho motion to tho final adjournment Tho absence of President Cleveland was harshly criticised by aud pending his arrival the Senate went into secret and there amended tho final adjournment fixing the hour at 4 p. m. It was then adopted and Messrs. Edmunds and Harris weio a committee lo wait lyion tho resident aud him that Congress prepared to At the close of the rocess Mr. Edmunds that the committee of the two Houses appointed to wait upon the President to inform him that 1 completed tho business of the aud wore ready to unions further to and were by the President that he had no to and that he congratulated the two Houses on the of their Mr. Jinni the conference committee on the the had been unable to substance or which said Mr. the has proceeded to discuss the and to show how totally ' August first ses sion of the forty-ninth just began December 7, 18SC, and has lasted seven months and twenty-eight or 241 exclusive ot The Senate was in session 1G4 and the House 18C There wore introduced in thd two houses 13,1!02 10,014 being House bills and 314 House joint aud 2891 bills and eighty-three joint resolutions of tho The measures proposed for enactment exceeded in num. her by 2940 those introduced at the first session the Forty-eighth which sat tor seven months and tour or lOG of actual working They covered all sorts ot but comparatively few were of national A very small of tho whole number introduced became laws; a comparatively small number succeeded in getting through tho committees to which they were ami reaching tho calendars of the respective 'The total number of measures that passed both houses was 1101, being 241 Senate bills and 800 bills which originated in tho Of those 109C wero received by the and that 159 became without the President's 1)5 weio vetoed and nine failed for of signature at the time of adjourn ten not having elapsed since they reached tho Of tho now laws 740 wero House measures and 241 Senate The laws became such by limitation with two private pensions and relief 0 the measures vetoed by the President thirty-six wero Senate and House Twenty-eight ot tho Senato hills vetoed were private pension three wore for the erection of public one was to grant to tho right of way through tho Indian in northern one to make a port of one to provide that tho bodies of criminals and strangers dying tho District of unclaimed within a specified time after shall bo turned over to the medical one to give quit title to settlers on tho Des Moines river and one to provide for the construction a bridge over Lake Of the seventy-seven House bills disapproved by the President seventy-four wore private pension bills aud throe were for tho erection of public The number of measures vetoed during tho session four more than have been vetoed from tho foundation ot tho government to tho beginning of tho session just One granting a pension to was passed by the two houses over tho Among tho measures of general importance that have been enacted into laws in addition to the regular appropriation bills Tho presidential succession bills to for tho study of the nature and effect of alcoholic drinks and to remove tho charge of desertion against soldiers who without having first received a from the regiments in which they had previously to legalize tho incorporation of national trades to give tho receiver of a national bank tho power to buy in any property of tho bank sold under foreclosure necessary to protect his to extend the immediate delivery to increase the pensions of soldiers have lost a leg or an to permit the owners of United Stales merchant and ot any property on board to sue the United Stales for damage by collision arising from mismanagement of any government to provide surveyed lauds granted to railroads coterminous of such reads and In organized counties shall not bo from local taxation on account of the lien of tho United States upon them for the costs of selecting or conveying the oleomargarine the for the the to the foes on domestic money for sums not exceeding from eight to hvo to allow steam towing vessels to carry in audition to their crews as many persons as supervising inspector may lor the relief of Fitz John to provide lot the sale ot the Cherokee lo enable national banking associations to increase their capital to change their names or that after July 1, no lees shall be charged to vessels lor of of granting of certificate of aud amending the laivs relative to the and discharging of the liability of owners of tho licensing of to forfeit the land granted to the Atlantic Pacific Railroad aud restore the same to to increase 10 a mouth tlie pensions ol widows and relatives of deceased soldiers and the ap. of nn acting assistant treasurer the United States in the of both the treasurer and assistant to direct tho commissioner of labor to inako an investigation as to convict to establish additional lite saving stations at various on the Atlantic and Pacific aud on the great providing that and cigars may bo removed for export without payment ot and repealing the law providing for inspectors of Ill addition to tho foregoing tho subject matter of various special hills has been enacted into law in tho several bills as tho commissioner of agriculture to purchase and destroy diseased animals whenever in his judgment it is essential to prevent the spread of - pneumonia from one State into the civil appropriation authorizing tho of tho treasury to issue silver certificates in denominations of and also appropriating for the of an industrial homo in Utah lor women renounce polygamy and for their Of the more important matters submitted for the upon which action is before they can become the Cullom interstate passed by the Senato and amended in tJio by tho substitution ot tho or House is now lu The Mexican passed tho House and was amended in the Senate and sent to a conference where it is still The Morrison was tho ways and means hut its consideration was objected to in the House aud it remains on the Tho Randall tariff was reported from tho ways and moans but was placed on the where it The Blair educational passed tho Senate early in the was referred to the House committee on but has not yet boon Bills to establish a system of bankruptcy wore 111 both That introduced into the Senate by Senator Hoar was reported aud is on That introduced in the House by Mr. Collins was also favorably aud is on tho The to prevent members ot Congress attorney for railroads passed the hut that action was and the measure sent to tho from which a measure was reported which is now on tho Senate Tho Edmunds hill to give the President tho power to appoint postmasters and a large class Federal under the several departments of the without consent of tho Somite was referred to the judiciary but no further action on it has been The Senate resolution for tho consideration of nominations in open session adversely reported from the committee on rules and debated at length early in the was made a special order for December 8. Cleveland and the August surplus resolution lies in the heap of The President did not veto ho simply killed it by not signing it. This course ivas just as as a message of Tho great number ot speeches made on both sides oE tho resolution will not ho as they will bo used as campaign Few of who advocated tho resolution believed the President would sign but all had the to put themselves on The President that the secretary of the with tho discretionary powers conferred upon him by existing is able to grapple successfully with the surplus 600,000 Pounds of Pauer August 5. - Bids wore opened at tho Treasury Department today for the purchase of about 500,000 pounds of paper for use in printing internal revenue stamps during the present fiscal The bidders were Alex Balfour of the Paper Company of and William J. Singerly ot The contract will be awarded in a few New England postmaster-general today appointed the following fourth-class J. New I. J. proves to be a Two Ill JIU Own August 5.-The mystery concerning tho Body of the supposed murdered man found in tho drifting today by Captain John W. Clark of tho fishing steamer Eugene Price of L. off Morris is now From evidence now found it is certain that it is a case of The body is by David Clark as that of Pierce of Fair aged co and a carpenter by has been out of work for two or three months and has been rather despondent in He took to Clark was probably tho last one that saw him with tho exception of tho boat Only yesterday he told Clark that tho were after him to kill him and that they intended to drown Clark tried to argue him out of his Pierce leaves a wife and no Ho formerly lived in Now aud has been in New Haven about four to Visit Halifax Bancur and dolnic to N. 0.-'Very preparations have been made here for tho which will commence on Tuesday next and continue for three Tho occasion is tho centennial of the organization of the Union engine An extensive with very liberal prizes to tho winners in various tests ot and skill has induced a large number of competitors to from tho various provincial towns and from Calais and Mo. Tho following are the towns that will bo with the number ot contestants from N. N. 40; N. 12: N. 20; N. 2.'i; New N. 10; N. 38: St. W. 20; N. 14; N. 15; St. N. 18; P. E. 50; 15: 201 The Chelsea contingent will arrive here by the steamer Carroll on Monday morning and will bft met by Tho Bangor contingent will arrive by tho Railway on Monday They will be intercepted by the same committee at Windsor twenty minutes from tho and greeted as Up to the present it is not definitely known when the Calais people will but measures will be taken to give them a Bids for Prison The bids for building sixty now colls at the State prison wero opened by tho prison commissioners yesterday They were as Staples Rufus R. A. & H. & Robert R. Stayers & Mack & Wentworth & H. Coon Michael J. H. Coon Co. withdrew their having made an error in their and the contract awarded to Gooch the next lowest S. G. of for secretary of W. F. of for S. of lor W. D. Kelly of Leavenworth for L. E. of for superintendent of public W. J. ot THE RATT L E ET E D. She Into a N. August 5.-Tho fishing schooner bound holue with 450 barrels of put into for during a She was at once boarded by an officer from tho Dominion cutter and ordered not to leave without reporting at tho custom there over the delay entailed groat to the On tho Whito August 5.-It is understood that tho government will tho owners tho Ella Doughty and other American fishing vessels seized by cruisers on tho same charge as. those made ont ' several years ago in the cases White Fawn and J. H. It will be represented that they came into port for other purposes than those in the treaty of 1818, and a plea will also bo incorporated tor infraction of the customs Coos to N. August 5.-John J. clerk ot tho Queen's privy council for arrived in the city this evening for tho purpose of swearing in Lord Alexander commander of her Majesty's military forces in British as the Dominion during the who visit to England is said to bo to confer with the imperial government with reference to the fishery Bravo Officer A dog supposed to bo suffering from hydrophobia ran amuck in a crowd of people oii Hanover street last biting several persons There was great consternation and a lively scattering of the The commotion brought of the first division to the The enraged animal dashed at tho by an adroit movement tho brute's and seized him by the nape of the Five minutes later the dog lay dead on the cellar floor ol Station 1. A bullet from Floyd's revolver did the Patrolman Dearborn Patrolman Samuel assigned to 13, has been found physically incapacitated for and tho Board of Police has placed him on tho retired with pay at tho rate of per Kansas August 5.-The Democratic convention adjourned today after nominating this For associate A. of for THOMAS BUDGE 'the Sail End oj u in the The cat-rigged yacht Fearless sailed from South Boston on a short pleasure Itidd hold the tiller navigated tho little craft ho With him wero Harry S. Mrs. Stewart and Down tho the familiar they until tho approach evening warned them they must Captain Kidd put his helm and back up tho harbor the little yacht flew the At about 7 about half way between Long Island and a sudden flaw strucic tho Fearless causing her to careen badly to one Every one on board instinctively jumped hoping to right tho but all in for in tho little leeward rail was under Another flow completed tho and the boat slowly settled and leaving tour people struggling for Captain Kidd and Wilbor wero and though thoroughly benumbed with tho cold and encumbered with their they managed 10 keep Mrs. head above Thomas Budge was to help after a few ho san c before tho eyes ot his wore to assist With tho cry of Great Godl can no one help tho unfortunate man went Upon perceiving their fate Ihn others struggled vrith born of for help was at A passing boat hailed them anil then made toward tho slowly perishing Kind hands reached overboard and tenderly lifted tho woman out ot Wilbor and the skipper wero next pulled and their brought them back to the sadness in at least one homo last The news ot calamity was broken as gently as to Budge's who livo at 74 Emerson Budge was a and in tho at 703 Washington He loaves a wife and IT WAS PERFECTLY Kancen nt the R. August 5.-Tlio dance at tho Casino tonight though not so largely attended as some of its was certainly the gayest and most the Many new faces wero seen and the toilets to quote an expression heard in one ot tho Prince and dozen other wero present front the Brazilian Tho princo caino in a carriage with Charge Da while his came by without His Highness appeared about 10.30 and immediately wont noon tho where ho was introduced as Ho danced with but two or throe ono of whom Miss was chaperoned by Mrs. J. and it was these two who received most of his tho personages noticed In the was who has been tho acknowledged belle ot Now York society the past two She hold her as there were many other noted beauties with whom she was forced to much ot tho attention at oilier times all her Tho whole in was much more social than being and the wero more than common for quiet among tho throng 0. O. U. O- V. F. hikI Mm. E. C. L. 1'. Mr. E. imil Mrs. H. 0. S. anil 3Uii)l:i)tiiv(M', W. IMIss M. Miss Mr. lUUl W. C. 0. Miss Mi: ami Mrs. c. Miss Mrs. Miss Mr. imil Mrs. V. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Henry Mrs. Thomas Hitchcock entertained a party of ladies and gentlemen at dinner at the Casino tnis and among her guests wero Miss Carter and T. Mrs. H. Victor also gave a dinner today at her Boat Clubs As a result of a challenge issued some time tho West End Mutuals and tho Four rowed over a mile and a half course on tho Charles river last starting from tho Crescent Tho race was won by a few lengths by the former but no was for a at tho Crawlord which was eaten later in the K. M. stroke for tho Wo Fish and no Cood August C. Longwood and Slowell Sherman have arrived from eastern mackerel landing twelve barrels each oi medium Tho Longwood lias been cruising ten Both report no fish and no of The entire catch landed bv tho to date will not 100 The Stowell Sherman trailed today for North aud tho Luug wood goes to Block Killed an Emery August Wager was killed at nickel plate worus this evening by an emery belt striking his Abbreviated Tho ot Samuel U. will take from late 112 at 4 o'clock John the police force at the last October was yesterday convicted lif 100 ballots in Precinct F of the ninth A rumor that Hubert committed suicide has been in in Now past physician is that ho Irom Rattan aud rockers weekly or monthly Boston Furniture 790 is Career ai His SelecteS as A Grave in the Quiet Cemetery at Will New August 5,-A strongly divided public opinion follows Tildon to tho Ho was an old Now having had to do with this city from and his rather amateurs appearance in politics when ho was not a candidate for any but kept charge of the State brought him into contact with all sorts of many of whom grew hostile to and I recollect saying to Mr. Williams of the old shipping firm ot Williams & Guion about 1874 that 1 thought Tildon could hold his head un very well with tiie fames of Silas Marcy and Van Mr. Williams looked mo with astonishment almost like can you make such a statement as said Yet Tildon did become as groat a figure hi his way as Seward or both of whom wore also rather kickers against own party and its an a In Tilden's career as a lawyer he ran against the interests and sometimes against tho ideas ot honesty and candor of a good many prosperous He hAd a way of as it to get a piece of somewhat in tho nature ot a This would leave tho on some reputable old merchant or railroad trustee or hank president that Tildon had not the upright stature that ho mixed with tho Kentish puritan of tho Spanish In Tilden's Intellectual rise was in spite ot a great deal of unpleasant devious ho whether from natural temperament or a moral wero ot no help to him to make his private but hla his his careful editing ot a public BO as to turn it into a strongly and probably above all his literary made him a candidate for and toward tho last a sort of Nestor of his lie dies enjoying tho rare distinction ot being tho only candidate who was not allowed to tako his This will single him out beyond any ho could have achieved in his As it has been said of Abraham Lincoln that it was well ho died at tho climax ol iho so Mr. taking the presidential according to my would havu dimmed rather than brightened his A Kind ot He has been able from a position of privacy to bo a kind of president running down several Issuing his proclamations about tho and as praised and applauded at the national conventions as was tho name of Thomos Jefferson after ho had but continued to put tho strings on his Cleveland supplied a arm enfeebled arm of ho could hardly raise ic shake one's hand The incentive of the younger man being a pupil of the older but the strong hand ol has been as distinctively his after creating ono person the arm ot another ono had been mortised into that will so us to do clenched Thus lives of all these men a continual series of finest While was tho attention the whole country there was no such man as When Tildon relaxed into the situation of a martyr tho unknown man walked forward and carried off the and halt resented tho idea that Tildon still to have some claim on and Tildon should have died so near other is a of almost Tho very day that Tildon dies tho Mayor ot Now York city is calling before him Mr. of upon charges which have thrown the town into nearly as much as when tho vouchers were published against Tweed we think there is see nothing but the ot The great reformer dies and the great is at the Mr. Tilden us a literary man was the superior of and this gave him an over the politicians of the next who had not his art in subtle of Ifo was the intellectual creator ot of President ot Secretary and to some extent of These four men now constitute the unorganized regency ot Now York as Van Buron made u similar regency in tho days ot Tilden's Tilden met Hill iu the State aud got his and talked management info 11, Mr. without the which Tilden lent would have been like John F. or one of tho bosses of the city ot Tildon got Ids and hini that it was to make a new leaving out tho of the and bottomed upon assistance to the body of the Spinning won over and lie of the an Tilden would have rejoiced in for Cleveland came along from Bullalo to be and he whilo mayor of that town one of its been taken with Tilden's rise and particularly where he away tho so after hesitating concluded to join the The result is Cleveland getting all the inside ol the reform at Grace is the curious inheritor of all the work Tilden and his Andrew Mayor and others did in 1872. Alter that there a line of and tho of was especially tho favorite ot next was who had only an Intellectual for Then elected by tho was nearer roal regard tor Tihlen than any ot those Grace but ho has some lo too to bo his Grace is a astuto and familiar witli tho resolved to bo financially and looking to political promotion with .as a spirit as Tildon ever tho city of Now before Mr. Tilden's had passed into tho hands ot ono of his own party who did not bow tho knee to him just as tho had to a young Democrat who paid to Tildon merely the respect ot a hard head to an old and softening Tho chief figment ot official tor Was at Albany by young governor whom Tildon had probably playing a little game of cross wont annually to decorate Iho so that mankind should bo sure to see tho 'The lesson of ambition iu a case is severe enough to have lived just long enough to have tho applause of the crowd and to bo in tho way of tho real leaders of tho The young element which has come forward pays to tho attention that tho statue some saint they bowed when they passed and ho slipped right out of their With truth Mr. Beck remarked that in this ago 110 death of a man makes no more on than tho pulling ot one's linger a of tho hole whereof closes up so quickly you never perceive Mr. Tildon lived but a brief political which his ot and ended with tho spring of in time hardly years long. Before that period the highest ho over reached was a member ot tho where ho cut no and was not Since his curious hesitation about securing tho he has merely been tho cheated and partisan sympathy of the but only brought forward occasionally by some controversialist in order to diminish tho claims ot those who had taken his Tho Now York Run looked all over tho field within two Tilden's to lind somebody to pit against tho and could find nobody there but whoso is a curious commentary upon that Ho was already some 7a years and has not boon in good condition since he passed a year in the The labor his ambition brought upon of exposing the city then impeaching State next making tho presidential and finally having the whole responsibility put on him ot brought Mr. Tildon to a condition of but ho probably had a keen enjoyment ot his mysterious and to bo like another sage ot tp speak to national conventions by letter like Charles after ho had Jroin tho depth of bis convent to consider himself as he walked about his grounds his These wore compensations enough lor a man who once told mo that ho never had any having set at work lo bo groat from the time ho was a never hud any ho said in a long talk 1 had with hull in the of the United States Hotel at Upon will ho us various as tho standpoints ot Of course only a low relatively could over have known him at Some others havo hud things told them which ha 0 given a bias ono or tho Tilden could at times inako a most impression upon a caller ho was fooling sociable without any 1 happened to see him at ono of those It was in thof he was his first summer at the Probably 1 had seen him just after his nomination I would have found a very for almost invariably alter a man has secured a nomination his own timidity or his his mouth 'The time to Bee the at his best is while ho is and refuses no opportunity to bo assisted towards At the that I wanted to soo him and talk to him especially about tora ho a and thoro I conversed with him alono two or throe and he mo what I meant to do dinner and told mo to como back 1 returned and had an hour or ot this which is very powerfully on my mind because of tho Tildon had on affairs and tho stormy chapters through Which ho A. In the first place he was a partisan not much capable of a Whig or statesman who had been the opponent of his Ho this somo time after tho when he saw that the majority vole partially como out of the Republican The reputation ho had gained as Tweed's prosecutor from tho press and materially modified his mind and made him see that it was possible to beat tho old favorites ot his party by straddling the His movement ot it public nature iit which preceded the occasion of the visit I nni was to invito William lo a Bryant liad life a drifted along to become a regular supported Franklin as late as and after that supported the then Tilden Mr. witli obdurate not allow mis honor which Tilden dill him to divert tho columns of his paper to Tilden's support when ho ran for It was rather study to soo these two literary men playing for each other in mansion at Tilden desired to capture that which had so much with the moneyed class had tiot the itch for and did not mean to havo his paper Bryant had said near the commencement of his when ho wrote tho that ho would never imt himself on again concerning an he had to tako back and at by other editors tor for Van Mr. Tilden had intense no other public man whom ho but Martin Van Ho tobl me that Silas and were able but did not possess the flic system and tho graco of Van Buren had done a farmer's the lienor to him an inmate of his house Van did lam net he a very old mentally weak and with no more interest in this ile thirty-two years older than but came out of same and it of n for a boy of avast ambition to live in tho of a man who had been secretary of stale and minister to ami three times up for to Van Buron Tilden thought llm of a man wo know but little old gentleman seemed 1 did not know more about ami advised me to hunt np saving that he was one of the grout of Now Vork About 1111-ceremoniously bo had always game and that was to lind a of in that .so as rt at from the realities bo I in his own Seward had by on went on to Ile his admiration of Charles O'Conor by saying think he is a superb anil About his own in Now Mr. Tilden did not say cine if their were mentioned ho maile no All three 01 men d him The late lev of who created the Brooklin had a long talk with nie on the subject of in 33o, ami lie is strange that throe to and give Tilden so litlle redil for good 1 can hau been iu bis by and his friends in Seymour also that Tilden is not lair in his methods of As lor 1 think his with must be because of his to Ihe of above one hardly wonders another who became as he had all the for which the governor of the j Stale had aheady begun to in suggests to me that was THE A Living Entomological to Servo as an of Personal life anii Habits of a Prisoner in Golden If man is an inventive woman is and generally she is to take advantage ot all the Inventions ot her Men fond ot fishing vary tho attraction ot and minnows and made of by occasionally to tho wary fish a genuine repast ot live grasshoppers or other insects or fry and who are fond of fishing havo followed suit by adding live booties to an already ot aud defunct insects stuffed used for personal weeks have not yet tho pioneer bug made his advent in bent on a mission to adorn tho bonnet of some fair while wandering at will over his luxurious domain and viewing tho sights of tho A on This placard in the window of Crump Low satisfies the of many a large and displayed and saves tho of tho beetle ond the in answering The Insect is iu trappings more gorgeous than ever tho horses wore which drew the of at one of his triumphal into Eternal Gold and silk arc the only materials used in the ot the and the finest ot black velvet is none too fine to servo for his parade When tho little creature was first placed in the window hla mime and objects iu life wore left unexplained by any and various Somo said that lio was wound up in Iho and would run all while others could see in tho chain ample moans of power to drivo the mechanical anatomy ot the supposed save tho trouble of the above was placed lu front of the other points of the for shot buoy and all other The weighs and horses will be used to tho station and them to go to tho assistance of adjoining during is the only four-wheel carriage ill use on the THEY THE at The tumult ot night was followed by an unusually quiet day at the pork ot John P. Squire & Co. Even tho streets were toa laiRO extent Nothing of any took place last evening as tho men filed out at the close of their day's A crowd of people flocked about the several approaches to the but offered not a word in as tho men silently passed Mr. refused to hold converse with saying that ho had nothing to In tho a small number of hoga while a lively business in the transportation lino was done by Mr. Squire's own and hired No obstacles of any kind wero thrown in tho ho that it would bo impossible to toll that was not in It is expected that ot those who stayed homo yesterday owing to tho trying scones ot tho will be at Tho ot the police will at not tor the will closing ot all tho saloons east ot Inman including all East This will have much to do with preserving good City Government took active stops towards rendering in case of another The men feel that the wild scones of Wednesday night will not again ho Both are just as as Few regret the scones of Wednesday than the lockouts seem to feel as though tt had placed them a step backward rather than Sued for August T. ono of Keeno Brothers suspended was employed by tho superintendent of tho slice factory to work outside tho Knights of Labor here mado complaint that it was a violation ot tho and tho superintendent He now takes out a warrant under 18, 120 of the Statutes against two Frank and alleging n to Injure his They wero brought before Trial Justice today recognized in each to appear at the September term of tho Supreme Judicial No at August 5.-Tho committee from the and boards of tho Knights of Labor hold a this afternoon at Hotel session lasted nearly two and tho was in all its No formal action but it is thought will beau early Tho bug Is a member ot tho beetle He is a little more than an inch and a half in and is ot a sort of spotted with with 'The range ot his is circumscribed by slender gold chain four or live inches in chain is made fust to tho ot tho creature by ot two gold bands across its connected by another similar the ends of the ribbons ot gold connected together by soft silken cords part of tho ' * Thus tho his dayo looking at the rich and in the window and looking out at tho crowd of who in turn spend tho day oil the sidewalk looking in at Occasionally lie takes a leisurely stioll around tho platform of liis Tho barely reaches to tho ot tho raised which tlic bug calh his and he reaches the edge ho stumbles in an partly the being brought up with a short turn as the chain becomes Ho then starts tor another aimless after a Elance at the crowd to see if they noticed that little misstep of A salesman in the store was asked regarding the in the jewelry Blank has charge of the live stock so you'd belter see ol the livo stock department staled that the bug was a native ot sold two of them and wo havo had them jii the store only ton The was sold almost aa soon na received from Now and both wore to some of our boat aro actually worn by and soom to interest ladies very Tho Fight dollars Including tho long havo they boon on tlie Boston only the ten days that wo havo had but in York they havu been sold for a month or two Mr. ot the for the Prevention of Cruelty to was interested in thom and went in to the bugs wero being Ho examined the gold and silk and then decided to allow tho trade In bugs to k-o on on the ground that they were not subjected to cruelty of any you feed the was with a perforated cover comos with said when ho is not on tho street with his mistress for an ho is to be kept in the The is With a sort lit decayed such the bugs live in their native and that their getting homesick or Ono of Ilium died in and they him 10 soo what the trouble They found that ho had hardly anything in but hail starved lo but in his they to have on the that air wasa hearty diet tor 11 With proper they will easily live Irom six lo they likely as articles of ilo you are really and as neat in their habits as can There is no reason why should not bo as popular as imitation only the fact that they are alive might a hug oa tUc create They that a iu New Vork one on the street a week or iwo she by a market who called there's bug on yer lady and ilio woman noticed the bug was off yer watch the in great as she bug the chain after catch the ugly alio but the rushed off much lo the of tho kind-hearted A Now for August 0.-Peaked Hill liars station has been a gun Tho brass for lines over wrecks is securely m a roar are 011 Ordered Out by tho N. 1.1., August weavers in tho Salmon Falls cotton mills y. Tho reason is that tho declined to allow weavers pay for any cut ot cloth containing bad places or Tho strike was ordered by tho Knights of THE 10 p. For twenty-four hours commencing -j at 7 a. August for Now Rhode Island and Local slightly The Indicated by the sou's it a. 0 a. 60'^; a. 12 7-t"; p. 7Ci IS p. 7(1"; p. 68; 12 07%". Warmer would ho to stato exactly the rain of hist night came the that it was merely a local tho direct result ot tho storm off Nova Scotia and the high just west ot this It was of short and will bo today hy dear The barometer Is highest on the south Atlantic coast and in the extreme these regions a. warm wave is which pass eastward and being by cooler weather by tho of the For fair with light winds shitting from west to are ind Local storms bo in northern York County August fi. - Tho York County Convention here witli 1!I4 delegates present out ot Tristram of and tho wero John ot aud Soth Parcher ol South following tor wero Charles W. of S. P. Jones ot Harry Weymouth of For county Irving W. Pike of James of for Charles O. Finery ot ot Thomas J. of South clerk of Benjamin F. ot county Horace Parker ot In tho thoro was a mass with -in by William H. ot candidate for aud J. of Sho Poison and N. Winter this afternoon walked into tho depot in a At first it was thought that sho was but as she laid on a it was evident was A was who pronounced it a case of bottle was found in the bosom of her Sho dieu about p. m. It she hint boon staying in bouse of and hail somo iu the the and for the train took the She svas abina years In who was in the city prison last night for was seized with a severe aud ordered licr to She admittance at the latter place and hack to the GO Por Cent. Moro July record in United States and by the New York Commercial the of of than tho fire losses in July for nearly twenty Frost Ml N. 11-, August was a frost at Haverhill and that neighborhood this AS ML roll PH W. L. BOUGLAS 11^-a; or lumo as If you v KCt or - to 5- i. u 1 j Mils I'll loS iii 3 aud boutu St. aud 1.'S 237
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