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Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - July 12, 1889, Boston, Massachusetts Skipper Brown The will find all him in THE The Fair Young Yon will get 8om*;'n8W about this of in the next SUNDAY VOL. 12. FRIDAY JULY 12, 1889-EIGHT PRICE TWO CONTENTS OF TODAY'S GLOBE w ' ' 1-Slenal failure of attempt to fill places of oi as collector of Internal release on ft writ of Kilrain dodging the Pace 2-Seawanliaka yachts arriving at men as - interests ot the town ol in the French Chamber of Deputies and Boulanger the strange Page 3-Some curiosities in the news about and divorces - Salem's prices dn the Italian padrone in the fruit and Pago 4 the with a prediction that they will remain in Boston through the played by rockets at the Back the new of internal with audiences on the Common - licenses in Rhode Island on the subject of religion in the public Page 6-Drizzling rain on the South End Paul cricketers meet the first ot their other sporting Pages G and 7-Continuation of the estate Remarkable history of an unmarked grave in and amusement Page 8-'rea6bers taught at the institute in Fourth of Sailing regatta recalled by the question of freight rates discussed by in New ot Robert the new colored collector in Stauth oE the schooner the oldest vessel flying American and s 0- 8 0- 1 Camos AT SKW 2 3 4 6 6 7 8 0 0 4 0X00 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 Ewing and nnd 10: 6. 7; 6. at ' !! 3 4 5 fl T 5 2 0 0 2 0 0 0-9 010O0010-2 Dwyer and 14; 12. 2j 6. at 2 3 4 6 13 2 2 0 0 1 0 nnd O'Day and Clark Bubo 8; B. 3; 11. 0 7 o 2 0 0 8 0 - 8 2- 3 THE July 11-8 p. till 8 p. New - - Hampshire and Mas generally clearing iu eastern except nearly stationary in western variable becoming For Rhode Island and eastern Kew no decided change in variable Hill for Light followed stationary The Globe's The weather of Boston and for be generally with chances of a fair for slight changes in temperature and light winds Irons south to For north em ' New England and the northern coast continued cool weather and variable Forty Schooners in July 11.-Wind breezing from southwest at and the fleet of 40 schooners which has been oyer the shoals is proceeding Highland July 11.-Light westerly raining and rough sea from indicated by the thermometer at Thompson's S a. 63" 67; 8.30 p. 67' S a p. 68; 12 66'^. Average 05%.. July 11,-Today a train carrying men to Phipps He steel works at this where a big against a reduction of wages has just was attacked by the The new who started from Pittsburg under the protection of Alexander E. sheriff of Allegheny were cut and bruised by missiles and in their jumped out through ot the They were then driven out of When the 8,50 a. m. train arrived at 400 or 600 were there to meet it. There were men Hungarians and When the train stopped several strikers jumped The door was looked and they failed to got in. Some one out of this Immediately there was a ond four or five men jumped through the Sheriff stood at one The train proceeded to Munhall where another crowd of some 1500 were As soon as it came to a standstill the crowd blosed in about the smoking The stood oa tho with tho new behind The strikers began to and several nonunion men jumped from tho broke through the crowd and escaped to the followed by a shower of Presently the with tlie order jumped to the ground and started toward the a distance of 300 through lines of the August C. an employment agent and two men made a rush and pot inside the enclosure before they could be The remainder were chased down tho railroad One man succeeded in catching the rear oar as the train out and bogged tlie conductor to land him in someplace where he could escape Two of the refugees stayed in Homestead until the return train arrived at 11.20, and came to the At stations nearer the city live of the 81 got aboard and the balance are still in the Tho sheriff will take a big force of deputies up to and tomorrow another attempt to fill the places of the 2r>U0 strikers will be The Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Workers is preparing for a long and Secretary William has removed his headquarters from Pittsburg to Homestead for the Secretary Martin will have charge of the From him all orders will be and he will every movement His move on taking charge was to telegraph all over the to members of tho order to stop all men from coming A committee was sent East this one West and one The Eastern committee will take in and nil tlie smaller towns in the eastern Tbe western committee will visit St. Louisville and other places of less The northern committee will begin at Milwaukee and cover every town in which iron or steel is No committee was put for the reason that that district is thoroughly and It is thought no one from will come up hero to Chairman W. L. Abbott of said advertised m 40 papers for and will bring them from all parts ot the States to operate our Homestead plant under our What we want just now is laborers to cleat and then we shall put skilled Wo shall the plant under our if it takes a CHARLESTON AGAIN ot Three S. July 11.-A slight earthquake shock was felt here at Tbe duration of the shock was about three the movement north to and the motion accom by a slight Railroad Censured for Four eud ' N. July 11.-A jury in the case of four persons who wore by a railroad train at Little today ver censured the railroad for not having a flagman or gates at the Easily Cooked 12g. per 2 a little milk in BATES & POSITIVE m SALE CARPETS AND WINDOW SHADES OFFERS valued at 1(35,000.00 will He sold at BO per cont. leas than Corns and Is Leass must bo 400 Antique Chamber 125 Rolls Extra Super 45 H. M. 1^3 to and 37 t X tt ifi INTO THE Run from Homestead for Their to Fill Places of Strikers a Signal Steel Workers Keep Notified to They have engaged tho new factory by ahd within lo days to be turning out about 15, cases of shoes a day and to employ In time they hope to hnng their entire business giving 500 hands LET THE PASTOR RUN Mr. Kinney's Advice to Christian in Order at the national National Christian Endeavor convention today was largely H. president of the Connecticut Christian Endeavor led the devotional meeting at n m. The order of answering questions was taken and Mr. Kinney answered tho first It relation or control is the pastor to have over his church and the He answered it by I were pastor I would have tbe society to or legislate it If you don't like a pastor's doctrine ask him to Otherwise should lot him run Hoyt spoke upon He said that the new prayer mooting is the prayer meeting of tlie Christian and the why it is tbe best is because it Is a reversion to typical prayer A telegram was received from Harrison sends greeting to the business prevents his Dr. Hoyt moved that the ' president and secretary of the convention be directed to a thanks to which Was passed by a rising The secretary rend telegrams of greeting from societies in New Nebraska and other while he was making Postmaster-General Wanamaker entered tho Tho convention arose to its feet as one cheer after rolled and no was given the the waving of The postmaster general The closing session of the convention was held this A Successor to Fitzgerald Must Suffer the Tanner Sent for by for Dr. WASHBURN A POOR Senator's Have wm Have to m His July 11,-The simultaneous announcements Washburn had sold his milling and lumber inter ests and departed for Europe set the gossips to discussing his financial The following facts are printed here this About a year ago Mr. Washburn founa that he was not He had largo interests in and of tho He was interested in milling and and he was president of the Soo He also had a senatorial fight ou his was talcing a large amount of his and was Tho business as the story were not ou the It evident that to recover from the disaster it would be necessary to attempt a systematic looping off of the various This was attempted but the clouds Of financial ruin were when some of the warm-hearted and stanch friends of Washburn took it Into heads to try and tide him syndicate of which Thorn C. and Fletcher wore loading to furnish money to keen Mr. Washburn's interests above until he could dispose ot An examination of his affairs showed that in of being worth several his business interests were not worth oyer 5400,001), The plan of Senator Washburn's was to secure him a relievo him from lis burden of business and so allow h m to devote his attention to When he gets his affairs settled instead of being worth 94,000,000, his capital will amount to a few he will be obliged to live on his senatorial With year half to Abbott ordered Agent Geizer to the men who had been driven away from Homestead today at the Centennial Hotel in them in readiness to go to the again Yesterday was assaulted in his Pittsburg office by several and received a black * All was quiet at Homestead The had pickets out and every street leading to the plant was TO Flan to Form Ona in Fall Pall July 11.-The at after a spirited accepted the resignation of Heap and appointed a For some time Secretary Connelly and the treasurer have been at as to how of the association should ba carried and this was the direct cause of the A communication was received from the a rival requesting that a of be appointed to meet a like number from the Amalgamated to discuss the merits of the two organizations before without and to abide by tlie with a view to forming organizations In a general A committee waS The meeting of tbe committees is likely to be a lively The weavers refuse to accept the invitation to join with the association in an excursion on Labor as the the latter is that they shall take the receipts of tbe while the remainder is to be divided between the protective and amalgamated on the ground that the association outnumbers both the spinners and the amalgamated four Brooklyn breweries were consolidated into a stock The breweries In question are the the tlie Welz & Zerwich and the Contrary to re cent those breweries donot pass into the hands ot English but continue to represent the investment of American The capital stock of the new company is and this remains in the hands of the present owners of the Outside of first mortgage 0 per bonds have been issued to the amount of so that the enterprise is bonded and stocked altogether to the amount of Steam Fitters Will The Boston Steam Association at Wells last evening voted to parade on Labor day with the Amalgamated Building Trades were installed and the Question of giving up the charter from tbe Commonwealth of Massachusetts was discussed at It will probably be so voted at the next The financial report showed a balance of about in tho Strike 111., July 11,-The coal strike in the Braidwood region la about to be The sheriff of this with 2r> armed has gone to protect about 75 miners who have agreed to return to work at the Godley mine of the Wilmington & Vermillion Coal Company ot the price set by the cents per Double Sets of July 11,-Double sots of miners were set at work at Cliff shafts and miDO Several of tbe mines liave of late working forces to meet tho requirements of the Mors Work in July 11,-MunroB & shoe havo decided to remove their to Balem from the MIXING BROOKLYN VETERANS URGED TO STAY HOME Resents ot to Orant a July 11.-The Army cir cular against tho because of the latter's refusal to grant a low rate to the Milwaukee national was Issued It is general feeling that the men whose services and alone made it possible for railroads to exist ant share in tlie prosperity which has attended the nation in recent nre fairly entitled at least the rate which has been I of all comrades of this self-respect and self-defence ana out of love for our that they forego tho pleasure of meeting their comrades at national by remaining at only those attending who are iluly elected Let us in a dignified but resolute manner groat 1 issue this request with much The circular is signed C. A. Asst. Single Fare the Lowest for C. A. July 11.-At the meeting of the trunk lines and Central Traffic in joint committee application for rates ot one cent per niilo for persons attending tlie encampment ot tho Grand Army of the at Milwaukee during the last week in and the rate fixed at one lowest limited fare for the round German Teachers m teachers in convention today listened to papers by Prof. Liebe ot president ot the National Music on of Music as an Prof. Herman of Va. on Importance of ism for the Improvement of tiie and Prof. H. H. of on the Usefulness of Male Female Modelling Montana's July 11,-In the tional convention today a committee on to consist of ll was ordered A resolution was Intro providing that there shall be no now counties established except under certain Mr. Eaton introduced compulsory education looking to and strong immigration resolution were also The Old Sanford's Sanford's U Bwt or M with tlie lionie a Uvo 111 food Korer been found In any and hence become in at the realization ot all that li and In medicine Once into the It can never It li own best aay it la tbe beat of all Composed ot Imported choice and the beat ot U vastly to aU other and be la purchasing leat aoine and often be Sanford's Ginger Owl an the 11.-The President today appointed Frank Orcutt of Melrose to be collector of internal revenue for the third district State ot vice John E. With that peculiar love ot secrecy which characterizes all the acts of this administration the appointment was not made public until nearly C this or an hour after the Treasury Department had closed for the The correspondent had reason to believe that the appointment had been determined upon at yesterday's cabinet and early this morning made inquiry at the Treasury Department as to whether tho successor of Mr. had been Tho answer was that nothing was Known about hia and the impression conveyed was that tho matter bad not been considered very At the Whits House the same Slate ot Ignorance At 3.30 Secretary Windom's private secretary was again asked respecting the and at that time the new collector's commission had doubtless been made out and had been sent to the White House to receive the President's still the Treasury Department was in of the matter and could give no information to the members ot the press who were anxious to know if tho appointment had been The appointment of Mr. Orcutt settles up to the present time has developed the hottest fight for any ot tho federal in There are places in gift ot tho President in Massachusetts nay better than tho of internal but none of them lias had as many in the Held as Oi course the Treasury to say whoso backing Mr. Orcutt but it is very well understood that tho names of both senators were on tho and iu Representatives and Cogswell had appended their If Mr. Orcutt had other congressional it is He was also indorsed by some of the prominent business men of Boston and the Grand throughout the State rallied to his standard almost to a In it is understood that hia Grand Army ot the Republic support was more notent in securing him tho than almost anything Mr. Orcutt secured the Grand Army by starting out early as a and thus obtaining before had boon mortgaged to other His it is wero tho ot all the Massachusetts candidates to bo placed ou and they were sent to very shortly after tne 4th ot appointment ot Mr. Orcutt must be a very 3tlsnpDoliitmolit to Jeremiah as when ho was down here in tho spring and was taken by Gen. Banks to see the President and tho secretary of the treasury he believed that the appointment was coming to him without A gentleman who is on friendly terms with tho White House and who watches public affairs said tonight that the appointment confirms the rumor circulated soon after the murder ot Dr. and whenit was learned ot the connection of rick Egan with tho that no more Bluine Irishmen need apply at tho time to uo tho bars as far as they said that he liad been indorsed hy Mr. but this Mr. in au interview with The Globb The salary of the collector is 34e0O a and he has to give a bond ot 8200,000, as ho handles very large quantities of money and stamps which are and are the same as As soon as his bond has been approved by the treasury officials will enter upon the active discharge ot his ot internal revenue have no fixed tenure of although it is to give them the term as other tills has been the policy of tbe administration so except where removals were made for Mr. Fitzgerald was confirmed June 7.1886. months ns he has been since he has been in office the administration would be confronted with a deficiency ot before the end of tho fiscal but il he carries out the programme which ho has the deficiency Will bent least antt how much more depends only on the with which the law is and that is such an uncertain quantity that it cannot be figured Those figures caused the President to onen Ills eyes He sow it would never do to pile up such a tho first year of his and it was by his direction that as the superior officer of tho commissioner of had the interview with him It was not at least not to the Tanner believes that ho Is making t solid with tho Grand nnd that is all ho cares As a matter of there are a goou many veterans who do not approve ot his and a man who has held a very position in the De the Potomac did not tho other day to his disapproval in the strongest terms of the lawless way which the commissioner is running his Secretary Noble gave his to that there must be no deficiency and Tanner would not consent to curb his ambition to of tho That is the way tho matter stands at the Tanner is now on but unless he proves more tractable It is certain that either lie or Noble will have to ond it is not likely to bo Secretary Noble refuses to talk about tho and when told that his refusal either to deny or affirm that thero waS n serious difference ot opinion between him and tho commissioner would be construed na nil affirmation ot tho he still said that it was n subject which he could not Fos ot Chance to of What Kind Stuff He Is July 11,-Dr, our now minister to will ba able to show the ot diplomatic stuff he is made ot before many days are The seizure by Portugal of the Delagoa Bay reported by cable from London a few doys interests an American The concession was originally granted to au Col. who took it to London to co-operation of English gained very largo share in the and ou the day when it was reported in London that seized the road ho dropped dead from Portugal's arbitrary act meant his absolute while it tho road had not hetin interfered with it is believed it would have made every one interested in it very Mrs. McMurdo has already filed a claim with the State laying at and has been retained as bor Blaine is giving the matter his personal attention and has not yet issued any instructions on the subject to Minister but from what ho has said it is evident that he Portugal clearly violated not only its own laws but also all international that Minister Loring will bo directed to enforce a of and of Internal July 11. President this mado the following 0, Crosby to bo pay director in tho with relative rank ot John Cobbs of Kentucky to bo surveyor ot for the port ot Alexander McMaster of New York to be supervising inspector ot steam vessels for tho ninth district N. To ba collectors ot Lyman of New for tho district of Of. U. Robert of North for the district of 0.; John F. for the district of Key Fla. .To be collectors ot internal Orcutt ot for tho third district of William Gabriel ot for the 18tli district ot John of for the 4th district of Sullivan Again a Free No Shadow of Right to Hold lii hmi Gains au Hour on Sheriffs How the News was FOU A 17NIVEKSITT. Harrison to a Pica from July 11,-President Harrison is in receipt ot from and of leading American and from urging that steps be either by the commissioner of education or some other proper looking towards the founding of a national university to promote higher education iu The which finds most favor with teachers is tho union at Washington of the principal colleges of tho country upon a basis not prejudicial to the local growth or value of these ana yet promotive of a national university thoroughly organic and supremo above them while yet composed from It is proposed that Johns Hopkins and Princeton detail certain professors for duty at tho National Uni for a part of each and that certain of the students of colleges be permitted to avail themselves of the ot tho Graduates of those colleges would also be allowed tho privileges of the National under certain Tho entire expenses ot the university are the general and It is proposed to place the university itself under the control of a sort ot mado uo of delegates from tho various higher educational institutions of the Harrison regards the plan ns and by no means It will doubtless be further and will probo bly excite considerable Has a the July 11,-Yostorday there was a conference at the Interior Department between Secretary the Interior Assistant Secretary tlie man who is helping ot Pensions Tanner to squander the by writing pension decisions whenever he is given half a and the redoubtable After it was all over the was ' asked what it but in his airy way he said that it wos merely to the affairs of the and that he had asked for the It was stated last night that at yesterday's cabinet meeting Commissioner Tanner was discussed at considerable and the which waa held after the of the inferior had left the White was directly due to the fact that the course ot Tanner nad occupied so much timo of tho Commissioner Tanner did not ask for the On tlie Secretary sent him word that he desired to see ho ordered him to report at the and tho while not particularly waa very In the first ot tho when the appropriations for the present fistal year became Corp. Tanner a requisition on the Treasury for at that time the Healdon tasked Secretary Noble if the appropriation of made by the last would he for the needs of tho pension or whether a would he Evidently tho President has began to tear his of he deemed it to apply the Secretary Noble could not answer the question ana tho of the Treasury Department were put to work on the The result of their calculation showed that If Tanner continued to be os liberal in way peb lions and during the next h Now in July 11,-New Englanders in town at the W. D. at the John B. Lawson and at D. W. at the C. W. at the Maine July 11.-The following fourth class postmasters were appointed Joseph W. Charles Josiah North New BIG Colorado Eiver Higher Than It Has Been for Swept Away and Plantations Under July 11.-The Colorado river tonight at this point is higher than it has been tor 20 years ana it is rising at the rate ot 10 inches an quantities of drift and many cattle and horses are being carried down by tho Back water in streams near here has destroyed many and two spans ot a new and tubular com: a few weeks across the Colorado river a few miles below have been swept and it is thought the whole structure will ' It cost and the county officials not with its ability to woter in tbe refused to accept it until tbe gave a bond to replace it in case it was washed gave tho bond lust aua losa falls on the bridge below the city are ana It is asserted the loss to cotton and corn crops nnd will run up into the hundreds of thousands of tonight from and Marble uu and 80 miles above say the river is higher than over If this be true it is that at this place morning it will reach the point it did in 18U0, and should it do so the loisea will roach into the SEARCHING FOR A DEAD O'Donovan the Rounds of New July 11.-This afternoon editor ot tho United received the following postal son is Come right Died In a cheap Thero was no address on the which was dated p.m. Kossa went to police to see if were any on tho filo would aid hiin in locating his sou who is Ho said lie did not who and he did not know what to think of tbe about ao years His started olf late tonight to make a round of tho flowery Her First Century of July 1].-A tWeat this evening Patty Blair celebrated the anniversary of her More than 200 called to congratulate and all wero well Blair being assisted by Miss Ann ifj years Mrs. Blair is a native of by President Harrison leaves Washington for Deer Pork this to remain Woollen and carding mills of Moody & Sons at were William was hanged at C. yesterday for tho murder of Policeman John May 1888. has ordered a court martial in tho case of Harrington who the near Norfolk ou the ult. ' About July 20, a will be at Great Captain's Island Long Island It will in thick and will give blasts of three with Intervals ot 27 in I July 11.-John Sul livan and Charley Johnson stopped over a few hours iu Nashville today under the pressing ol Chief of the The first Intimation of Sullivan's intended came to Tub correspondent early this when he was permitted to see the following New July 11, 1880, Chief of John and wire Miss. L. In a few minutes a message was sent to the Governor ot Mississippi from for and direct authority in case the apprehension of Sullivan waa Within an hour after despatch the following was July 11,1880. J. n. Chiof ot Arrest John L. Sullivan and his party and deliver to hero and I will pay you crime of prize tho ot Chiof Clack slated to a tho Governor of Mississippi tho and clothes mu with I will Boo is stopped but I do not propose that the police of this city shall bo made a tuol nnd would not otherwise Tho very decisive message from Gov. Sullivan's ond though only a few minutes elapsed betoro the arrival of the everything was iu readiness when it steamed thu union A crowd ot several persons went to the to son it had been would pass through here en route Chief ot B. Capt. W. Detectives Tumor and and and others were seen stationed About tlie but while a few persons suspected that Sullivan's arrest might be contemplated moat ot the crowd the were thero for the double purpose of seeing Sullivan and keeping and eager ones off the The train had not stopped when This boarded the and was the first to enter the followed by ClacK and Chief dressed in citizen's went up to ono ot the men and asked Mr. Sullivan Tho mon replied that ho was asleep and could not be The told him who he and said lie must see The folio wed by several of his then went forward to the stateroom iu the front end he found Muldoon and Charley Muldoon and Johnson were sitting Willie Sullivan aberth that extended the length of the The big fellow was lying apparently Tho chief asked tho other men Onu of the men said his name was and tho other called Thero was no to ask the name of lying on the said Chief am Borry to disturb I am chief of police of and vou must go with asked for what they wero Chiof Clack said Sullivan was wanted for prize ond Johnson to see tlie warrants for their mind and wo want you to come along with Sullivan's wore now gathering around and things began to look in the little waa packed with the and tbe Sullivan remained obstinate and Trainmaster C. H. Evans and P. P. Who liad hoard of the trouble and liad boarded tho told tho that they must make haste as the train was going to Chiof had sent word to the engineer to hold the The returned In a few and said thu could not bo hold as it states Mall The chief then told them to uncouple tho sleeping The foregoing conversation had pasted while Sullivan was lying at full eithor asleep or pretending to The chief him officers could make them and Cloary went on by the same train or which they Chief Clack that if their hands not been full the other of tho prize fighting party would have been Burke and Detectives Turner and Bottom got into a hack with wrists were In tho ond drove rapidly to the police Chief Clack took who gavo the name of into another which followed the first The depot Platform was seone ot the wildest excitement iLs tho liero of the prize ring waa hustled through the There were yells and and some cried for The cue was given and with a about of the po ice a wild rusli was mado to that in front ot which hundreds had already Tho police the mob by playing on them with a fire looked hot and somewhat as ho sat in his chair in the chief's His eyes ore still somewhat and there are some small cuts and contusions on his Noticing had tho party Seen in the when H. by Capt. Dood having been summoned by Sullivan's to act as About five minutes later Andrew J Caldwell come in obedience to acall and w th great wormed himself through tho crowd to tho Upon his arrival every person was excluded little back room except and their A consultation lasting about 15 minutes was and then came out and held a Briar bnt with Chief it wanted to take him up town to one ot their where they would not be annoyed as they wore at tho but the chief refused this on account of the excitement that would be by taking Sullivan through tho The counsel at once for o writ of habeas and the case was set for this before Judge Messrs. and wore retained to tlie Governor ot In the In the afternoon tho court house was packed to suffocation long beloro tbe hour for the After considerable delay the papers wore prepared and application was formally made for the prisoner's upon a writ of habeas The claim was that he arrested and c having committed no offence in nor any crime in any other nnd hia arrest was without 0 shadow of authority or The counsel tor the other side read the telegram ordering the the warrant by the Nashville and being a crimo in to and to where thor & Ohio limited for A despatch from sayg that tbe fighter and friends want other way toward at Columbus left the drove oat into the It li that tho sheriff of Bartholomew county 8 a posse are in A number of sporting wao attend and Prof. Donovan of were greatly exercised over the arrest of but wero ovi ' If tomorrow ho will surely he ai Chief has bis men on tbe for The point of both the New Said ono of the sports and John New York they I don't think tho would issue a and the authorities will bo Most of the crowd of sports York at 11 o'clock tonight 3vrioyea to hear of ran to Ohio Arrest Promises to nnd 0.1 July 11.-Gov. Forakes received the following telegram July 11.-Please the chiof of at to arrest Charlie Mitchell and Pony and hold them until can reach crime of prize in this ' In reply Gov. Foraker repeated the gram to Col. Philip chief of ot tbat to act in accordance with Gov. Lowry's Foraker also sent a telegram to Lowiy has been complied arrest was Sullivan s counsel showed by the statutes of Mississippi tbat prize was only a misdemeanor there except in caso ot death or when it became a They tbat no misdemeanor was extraditable and that therefore the prisoner could not be ' Tho judge took the same it. and as soon as the argument waa granted tho petition and released tho There was an immense crowd and the ot tho judge waa greeted with great Sullivan woe made a hero and tho town wos his until ho at 8 for tho Sullivan and Johnson went East via tho Louisville & Nashville HOT OF Indiana Sheriff nnl July 11,-Kilrain, on ot Sullivan's got oil tbe train at Tho canio and evidently that hia arrest soon A con was in parties resolving to leave the & Missouri and come to Columbus if roach Cincinnati by Once thoy the feeling that thoy would be taken care of by When the party loft the train here they were recognized and a crowd soon They entered a hack and wero driven to tho Mitchell for Ho attempted to tool people by giving fictitious They were shown to their Kilrain to take a goort wash. A correspondent was shown into tho room and asked for an he replied have ruined me He was stripped to waist and boro evidence of the terrible punishment lio had His body appeared badly swollen and was covered with A big spot on tho right sido was blood-red and His arms were in terrible Ho as Pony Moore assisted him to puton on Ho could only stand to have the collar and flinched came yon to stop off m this was asked of are safe but desire to avoid said asked as to what they to ho refused to He refused to talk of Sullivan's During their stay at the hotel a crowd ot chief told his that they must wake to Sullivon roused uu drowsily and This they declined to aud the chief himself shook him looked as it he wondered what all the row was The informed him of his bus and asked him to go with Sul Ivan saia he would not The chief said he meant and intended to arrest what are you going to do soid Sullivan to course we won't be replied the thoy show us a I won't said can't arrest my name is not Ilu got up from the berth nnd took o seat The crowd the car caught a glimpse of thu through the window and began cheering looked np as it he intended to resist to the fullest measure of bis Tho stateroom waii ao that not ot the could get tho others being in tho aisle of tho car to render It Finding that Sullivan would nob go tUo took hold ot Ho arose arid called on his They did not obey the but him ha was dealing with the chief of and advised him not to liit tho I will not hit but PlI be if I will Chief caught him by the collar and several crowded into the A desperate straggle Some of the had pistols drawn aud as if a battle would take Three ur four policemen his friends him no Sullivan jerked and pulled and tried to push the Mo n I won't hurt but I won't go with exclaimed the Tbe hold to although he was in the heat of aud looked as though he could knocked any of them tho side of the cur. The sight of clubs and pistols is probably caused hiin to restrain giving a sample of hia hard There were i to h s great Ooe of them slipped the on one ot his wrists and then on the Seeing ua was at tills Sullivan gave He was out of the oar as fast several people anxious to get a glimpse ot thi party Bbi t* Arrest July 11,-After the arrest of Sullivan ond party ot Nashville it was thought by Gov. Lowery they could be held until papers and officers reached This hone when a telegram from Gov. received this saying Sullivan had been released on habeas Gov. then telegraphed points beyond Nashville to arrest Sullivan and to which no has yet been WHAT MAT ka Cor Prize Provided hy Before the Sallivan and Bvan flicht there was no low against prize fighting on the Tbat led the next to enact a such and March 7. 1882, the making fighting a misdemeanor vas by the The is a copy of the Chapter 110 of the acts ot 1882 1. Be it enacted by the Legislators of the State of that it is unlawful for any persons to engage ia prize fighting la this and any persons engaging ia such prize fighting shall bo deemed guilty of a and upon conviction shall bo lined in tho sum of not exceeding nor leas than or be confined in tho jail tor 12 or such fine and imprisonment in the discretion of tho Be it further enacted that if death to any person engaging in suoti fighting tho party causing such death ahall bo deemed guilty of and upon suffer such punishment aa provided by low for such And if mayhem shall be upon or both of such persona engaging in such prize such punishment bo visited upon such person or as is now provided by law for such offence of Tbat aiders and abettors of such fighting shall he deemed guilty ot a and upon sholl lined a sum not leas thon or be prisoned in tho jail not loss than sia or sulVer both such fine and in tho discretion of Blow eta glimpse ot tho Tho ordered but before it could be Murphy had Slipped out and ordered Carriages at a neighboring livery In about two hours from tho time ot their arrival a carriage drove up to the rear door ot the and tho party wero hurried into it and olt at a high rote of passing out ot tho anil into It is they were bound for either or the former about distant the latter llj Kilrain and have many friends in and it la thought It la their intention to that where will take tho Four train to Tonight William ot this telegraphed Lowry of he desired tho tho Tho following reply was July 11.-1 will pay reward for tho arrest of Kilrain and his Charles and Pony delivered to the Answer if The has organized a posso and gone on the trail of the They nre about ono hour the but It thought they will overtake Tho and liia mon are well prepared for a IT. Baltimore Xalka Vpon July 11.-Sevorol Baltimore sporting men who from New today state that before going to New In this city a drug for deadening the sense of pnin that acts directly upon the heart and the nerve A prominent Baltimore who has been interested in tho fight and iu condition the blow that Sullivan delivered over heart in tho third round tho was a slowing of the with pains similar to tiie stabbing of angina Mitchell might hove a to benumb tl lie If he had not done thla would probably have fainted in than fivo ni he should havo followed this with a draught of whiskey to tbe action ot saw continued week or so before ho started for the Be was and I believe the rapid In ills weight was not by hard but by powerful cathartic Hia wore he was bound in wos no more in to go into the ring than I am. I do not think that Kilrain will ever fully recover from those blows over the and 1 do not think he will ever go into tho ring again in anything like his STAKROW the by He July 11.-Jake Kilrain hod a narrow escape from arrest iu this This Gov. telegraphed Chief of Police Deitsch to arrest Kilrain and when they crossed the Two wore sent to miles from this to the but their prey escaped Some friend of Kilrain hi this city telegraphed him at not to come here os tbe wore after 'The party took the ond ot and Moore left the Ohio & Mississippi train on which they had come from St. It was ot first that they went ot of and Thu news of Sullivan's as fished In the evening edition of Tke 6i,onE| was a to many admirers and of the who yesterday matterin various local A welli known merchant sent the following tele gram to his correspondent in Bail out I will be Sullivan was evidently anxious fort speedy release from the Nashville ol may bo seen from the following received by o member of the Boston July 11, 1889. John B. 10 Tremont Sullivan and crowd John wants yon to defend if come at Lawyer Hebron waa unable to go to the and ao notified Sullivan also patronized the wires aa July 11,1889. John G. Howard Tell my friends not to Will be with yon in a few Never telt John A reporter colled at the ou and there met the father who had no news from John all I Know is what I read in the The boy was Why did he not start fo home tho moment the battle was We expect he will bo in New and our boy goes on by the uiM train to meet him TIPS AHD In This SavaA Their was little money put up on the fight in this said a well-known sporting man would not put uo the evea when big odds wero offered A sporting man of who rived In lost from tho to o Kilrain is good hut mated iu ability and in hod no idou that John would be in excellent This was in's first lesson with hui such under the tutorship ol his English Joke thought that a gome of would Lethe order of the and he might pull through with either a draw or a was ot the ring side and in the Mth on the Price July 13, $ 1.49. this price la fov July 13, 8014 Cash or Ftfe far HOME FURNITURE COMPLETE HOUSE 38 2927
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