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Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - January 9, 1892, Boston, Massachusetts IF YOU HAVE A Be sure to specify under which heading you want and be sure that a is offered for that YOUR In early Everybody is reading VOL. 9, SATURDAY JANUARY 9, 1892.-TEN PRICE TWO 25o, per allowed for express on Hour beyond our delivery List mailed to any address 25o, per allowed for express on beyond our delivery List mailed to any address upon TICKER WAR Gold and Stock Company Agrees to Pay Every Day for Use of the Exchange Jan. 8. - Tho war ended capitulation ol Gold and Stock Company and tlie success ol the stock The ticker company to the demand of tho that SlOO ho raid every day for tho uso of tho tho to have tho right of. cutting off smy from tlie company's It was that tho to cut off the consolidated would ho issued but it did not and tho big furnished tho little with all its trading OLD RAW HOLD. General Advance Voted Jew England Takes Important trying the successful vegetable Don't wait for your tell you It is the first duty of the ho to provide wholesome Everybody recognizes the unpleasant effects of the so-called of food is nothing but the housekeeper knows that its presence is unsafe and now science has discovered success is It will enter every kitchen and increase many varieties of food which be The housekeeper need no longer hesitate in the use of shortening in who are The problem is Use Sold by all Made in Chicago by n. K. FAIRBANK & 5 Central Preserved V Life Promoted BY THE PERFECTION ADJUSTABLE SHOE witli every ot thus A. shoo can bo Its Instant tor Bunions aurt Tender in Sijie and ami Cold and 0 If you want a that combines and than any other make caU lor the ADJUSTABLE Popular For in Hoston hv M. 703 10 West St. JOSEPH oca t 108 LAlin lOSO W. W. 477 0. D. jaS Authorizes to Prepare Less The New Insurance has had under for some time the adoption of a also tho matter a general in rates throughout New and yesterday's a was called to consider tho President U. C. Crosby tho and tho attendance was unusually matter under consideration was the report of the appointed some time to the advisability ot any in regard to this and which was as That on and after Feb. 1, 1803, all rates in Now England under tho of tho rates on houses and and stables and contents appurtenant board mills and and risks rated by tho factory ot tho shall bo adopted by tho as now baaed on tho acceptance by tho assured of an 80 per to he to tho policies writton on In tho assured shall to accept an aO per clause as a part of the an additional charge shall ha ou tho rate equal at least to 25 per of tho a general feeling that this report was too in its and thilt what wanted was not horizontal but an on certain risks certain and after moro than an hour and a half had been spent in debating and amending tho above it was voted nearly two to It was tuen voted that the president be authorized to appoint a committee nine to talte into the subject of an advance in rates in certain districts and on certain classes of this committee to render a report at tho earliest possible President Crosby will this committee time No other business was TO Maiden Twin Die on Their Birthday 8.-Juliaand Mary maiden twin died at their homo hero last almost at tho same died on the day of tho year and at tho samo hour they wore They were CO years of Ono was a victim of tho other ot lived all their Some years ago Brussels Laces in patterns could not be bought lower than This week we shall offer a limited quantity in the latest exquisite French for for only Will offer a steak for 2C. per Ws equal to any less Rib for Rump 12.C. Sleats of all 48 NORTH Bear in mind that Brussels are the most of and these are the most refined as well as the newest For festoon drapery nothing takes precedence season of the soft and lustrous It falls naturally into the most graceful and has a bewitching At a yard we have three new color An old ivory with pattern done in warm browns and a ground of with ribbon design worked in metal and a shrimp ground with figures executed in golden Those who have not catalogue of new can have same mailed to them on receipt of five 2-cent stamps for P I 48 nmi ST. South A CONTENTS OF TODAY'S 1. Gold and Stock Company end ot the Now England Insurance Exchange votes down tho proposed in Two hundred and the latest list in tho Krehs miuo another mine in Girl burned to death in Four men killed by a boiler explosion in Another disappointment for Blair of New Meeting of wool memorial on tariff act B. of Business Men's Association ot New Cleveland and Congressman Springer Toboggans fly down Covey hill loaded with dainty Harvard oarsmen in the sport celebrates the birthday of Dr. Lowell Indians need Charles Quackenbush shoots his wife at N. and then blows out his own Description of proposed All Episcopal Progress of the grip in New Annual concert and ball of tho Clinton Madame creates the role of on the Tromont Theatre Looking for junk in Boston Division meeting of tho Encampment of Odd Fellowship at 5. of Judge of Crimes Foster in the Valparaiso Gen. Corcoran before Quaker city ropo breaks at murderer hanged 90 minutes Tolling fato by Labor men pledge themselves to buy only union label Jackson celebration at M. of Me. Q. Lonely ending of a Bolton Pace 8. Proposed international silver Congress indorsed by Senator Washington Commissioner citizens against tlie World's Fair Excursion Company ot New England and France tho succession in Wherefore Quay would to the United States Mexican Election to office saves a New York man's Sleighing on tho mile ground and the arsenal Weekly review of the Death of Rev. William A. Blenkinsop in South Putnam's case Grip in the Caroline does it come from there here? of Actor James V. Supremo Court takes exceptions to Insurance Commissioner Morrill's GIRL BURNED TO Enveloped Flames She Broke fcom Her Mistress and Struggled to the New Jan. a servant in the employ of Mrs. of 607 Madison was burned to today bv her taking firo at an open The girl broke away from her who tried to tho ran out into the Sho was enveloped in flames and staggered along tho street until she finally fell exhausted to the the llames were tho girl's body Her hair completely gone and of sklu and rolled from olf her Sho died an hour THE 8-8 p. for For New England snow turning to slightly south For New Fair till except local snows in New Hampshire and warmer colder Saturday and and west A- storm of energy remains in tho lake hut is slowly moving north and will probably disappear during H. As indicated by the thermometer at Thompson's 3 a. 32='; G a. 2;!; 0 a. 2(1; 13 30; 3.30 p. 0 p. 31; y p. 27; 12 2C". Average 27y3. m ACT. David J. Knox Breaks Into a Store and la Immediately 8.-A daring attempt at burglary was committed at 11.30 this The periodical store of on the corner of Broad and Lewis was entered by David smashed tho panel in the thus being enabled to unlock it. who was a short distance heard the sound of breaking glass and rushing up found Knox inside the store tlie money drawer lie arrested him any resistance on the Dart of the Knox was searched at the police where a bunch of skeleton keys ivus found on bis Ho has been in trouble several limes before for but this is tho first timo he been arrested for any serious The store is in a busy and pedestrians are constantly and a car is almost always in sight from just tho Dose by Jan. 8.-Mrs. Emory D. Harmon of suddenly the result of an of Harmon had been in tho habit of morphine to relieve pain during attacks of illness and by increased the to His N. Jan. 8. - Frederick Goldenbaum killed today at wire He was caught in a revolving fly and body was whirled around the shafting at a terrible rate of His right leg was torn from his K. Jan. 8.-The annual meeting of the Rhode Island Society was held this afternoon and evening at the Narragansett Dry House and N. 8.-Elisba dry house in and factory filled wirh staves were burned this MMk at tlie 121 Saved 350 in Ho Mst Can President Gould Not in the Least One Mail Killed and Two Hurt in L 8,-The exact lives in the explosion in Osage at last is not yet When the horrible fatality occurred there were at least 3C0 men in the Krobs is about lour miles from the property being owned by the Osage Coal and Mining Up to tiie latest reports 127 men have boon rescued though many of them are fatally By these figures there are still 223 men helpless in tho most them are probably lying cold in Ono of those to cape made his way from tho miuo by from bracket to bracket a distance of tiOO It is now claimed that tho was caused by tho ot a shot there was gas in the Wives and sisters and tho cage each it the surface trusting that some loved ono might ho brought back to thom from the jaws of Generally thoy were disappointed and tho scene was It will bo fully a week before all tho bodies of the entombed men can be reached and brought to tlie be as fast as antl every endeavor will be made to got at So far as can be learned tho names of the thus far George George George William Mike Ted John Joe Stove Bennett Antonio Tommy Joe John Jim Matlook Mike George Tod The the injured cannot bo with anything like owing to among tho village The can hoar faint and far-off diggins in hope to some of men them were but revived after reaching the fresh telegram did not state how many men were nor how many wore still entombed in the Mr. says tho minora wore all white and many had large Everything possible will he done to relieve tho distress of ONE Miner's Lamp Hear Jan. tho explosion ot gas in No. 0 vein at the Neilson shaft this ono minor was instantly another injured and a boss minor was slightly dead minor is Paul and Philip is tho man likely to Supt. Steele is burned about tho hands and and Boss English js badly injured about the was a hand and carried a lamp which did not have the proper He was standing near the men who were injured when a current cas from ono of tho came in contact with tho tlame of tho lamp and a terrible explosion The unfortunate minor was hurled against the side of the mine and had nearly all his bones English and Steele saw the danger a few seconds before the but they could not got out ol tho way quick enough and were tossed against the side ol tho shaft witli considerable When they to the rescue ot Desert they found him all in a with his faoo and limbs badly terribly mangled and Uis flesh horribly CHINA HAS NOT Her Be that Sho Had Withdrawn Objection to Blair Proves to Jan. 8.-Inquiry among who would be acquainted with tho did it fails to confirm tho purporting to bo a cablegram In a New York paper that China had withdrawn her objections to Blair as from the United States to that No such information has boon received at the Chinese embassy FOUR Five Brand New Boilers Explode in a Chicago Building and Shatter the Warren Jan. 8.-Five exploded in tho Warren Springer Company killing Arthur A. D. Buoh John Leo and Patrick and injuring James Giggins and Henry Oswald will Sehroeder was Tho to tho building is lully Tho cause of tho explosion is The boilers were brand SO AFTER Mr. tho Materially 8.-Mr. Edwin Gould this mine in tho despatch from is owned by a coal of of tho Kansas & Railroad along which road it is am president of tlie and have to mine for do not think the can be as bad as gas has caused terrible accidents in tho various mines ol the Indian EVERYTHING Mine Official Wired That 143 Minors Have Been St. Jan. 8-Mr. W. vice-president of tho Minius in whoso mine at I. tho explosion occurred last has just received a telegram from tho of the Tho despatch was dated 9 o'clock this says that at that hour 143 miners had been Thoy were greatly and some X FROM i Ivy Poisoning Aug. 1891. DaXA Some six years I was poisoned by BAD ol Bailors Shows Up That Baltimore San Jan. 8.-The Investigation into upon tho sailors ol tho cruiser Baltimore at was re at this a ho in the International who yesterday gave directly implicating the police and soldiers in the killing of Boatswain's today was even stronger than Johnson According to when Riggin arose the first time two uD. They drew short swords and knocked him down Thoy stood back and lot tho crowd beat Afterwards a squad ol soldiers under command of a mounted Thoy marched to within six feet from where Johnson was holding Riggin In ills There thoy and the first two soldiers levelled their rifles and fired at the two American was about 15 feet off to ono said saw the soldiers level their rifles at tho men and crowd had drawn back when the soldiers came leaving a clear passage between Biggin imd the After the first shot was fired tiie soldiers pressed forward a I could not see the second but I am sure it was ono the leading soldiers who until rial oil Tariff Ac for Have Secretary North Submits Annual Proposed Exhibit at 0H0 Propose to Give 0 Bettor Boer at a Cost to 0., Jan. 8.-Twelve brewers in Covington and Newport have agreed to form a for the purpose ol improving tho quality of their product and reducing combined capacity is about 3.000.-000 barrels and their capital amounts to 4i2,C00,000. The now combination proposes to its capital stock to WOT A MAW Twelve Thousand Women Met in Madison Square Garden Last New Jan. 8.-Tho annual meeting ol ol working societies mot tonight at tho Square There were 12,000 women and not a single wore plans and a general business meeting was Miss Grace w lie organized the AMU such a that it seemed as though E all these years I have been troubled so that my life hiis been a Last I was taken M with and run down very get no until my was called to the wonderful cures I pot a and could not see that it helped mo in tho but thought I would H ill give it a thorough While 5 I have talten and am 1 cannot to tell you how I ain lor my recover and wish every one what a is. J. Kof m say but what tlie ssy sells um Bana Grand Jury True Eilla Against Them for Jan. 8.-At tho Carlton Assizes today the grand jury true bills against Thomas and Nicholas K. Connolly for conspiracy to defraud tho Dominion HOAH HAB His Friends Pear that Yale's May Mot 8.-Dr. Noah Yale's venerable is very ill with tho and his fear that his chances for recovery are Canada 8.-Tho big international curling was Canada won by ICl The result was not entirely United States delegation was reduced on of and uncertainty as to whether would be played or ill stricken Jan. W. a prominent of of the First National a director of the Vermont Mutual Firo stricken with this Ho 13 unconscious and Contest JESsKin R. Jan. 8.-Tomorrow the initial in the case brought in the Supremo to oust Mayor Carroll of will be The 27th annual meeting and banquet ol tho National Association of took place ut Parker's yesterday afternoon and ' President William Whitman ot tho Arlington mills Secretary among other said in his and moro every year of States are coming to concern themselves tho conditions of It is to have an organization through which may public sentiment regarding these and in tho interests ot tho country from the consequences ot hasty and ill-considered legislation by the calm of drawn from practical examples ol this attracted at tho last session Legislature the to further reduce the hours ol in factories and tho law forbidding Both were favored by many who wore in ignorance of the actual conditions of in the One ol thom sought to remedy a minor 11 it may bo called an evil at rarely results in abuse in any woollen mill by a statute if it could have boon enforced in spirit and In would drive this industry out ol and out ol every State which adopted tho He said of the tariff is evident that tho now rates of duty are not and probable that tho imports ol woollen goods in the second year under the operation ol the now will probably exceed in tlie domestic market for woollen goods has undoubtedly been substantially The ol the National Association to the woollen industry wero thus services to tho industry as a and to tho carpet manufacture in which the national association has boon able to render during tho past have been to show any woollen manufacturer in the country the vital importance of maintaining an like tlie national through 11 constant watch and guard in kept every feature of the administration of tho tariff and upon the questions constantly arising and liable at any moment to Injuriously affect tho ol Any of Benjamin Phipps of Wilder & submitted liis which was Tho election of resulted as William John L. A. C. Thomas Theodore 0. Benjamin Boston 1 S. N. D. Butus S. Joseph Robert D. L. New N. Now Charles D. L. R. Georgo Lewis N. William H. James H. L. Joseph and Frank E. A was appointed to take charge of the wool at tho It ol 11 Hon. A. Stott ol is was also appointed to confer witli Chief of Manufacturing Department as to bo accorded tho wool aa well as to The conference will take place at liio Parker House Tho is also empowered to correspond with woollen manufacturers the United to stimulate thom to make a and decided move in tho direction of a groat of their The is as Maj. Charles A. Stott of Mr. Theodore C. Search of Mr. Jolin N. Carpenter of Now Mr. Robert Dorman of Mr. George Sykes of Mr. Lyman B. Golf of R. Mr. Lewis Anderson of Mr. W. W. of New York Mr. Henry G. ol Mr. O. J. of K. Hon. G. R. Ladd ot Mr. Georgo E. Kunhardt of A was to bo sent to ilio asking for no interference tlie To tho the of of Wool m of ulu K of to wool mul ami Urn 1. net of lian been in Init in It Is It of hi imi lo a upon ilie of rates of anil upon tins of to new of fluty of the to hot yet The ol lulls can ho 1^ universal -ni the 1:1 lain on 11 Ihe of eo Jitr as On ti has ihe ihe j In by j of man in anv br tte ill Ibe lieres the Ihe tanC vt been no in lee ol j On tlie all ibc ni ly in i the el a lo i In Ihe oi ex- ut ol and ' i iHuo tho an uf tlic at goods to far Kites have 11 lu d. tiie of tho States now uU lit a of entire from from tbo f on try la now and to It fully Is to mid to or to and lii tho fashions and tho popular When lo nro tho and from tariff Ig luid prosperity In no Session of has the woollen been exempt from tlm loss engendered by attempted ot tho woollen until by tho act of 1890, in the of a development ot that has the In Immediate past boon duo to lend no this agitation similar C. a repeal of duties on raw In tho of ho by of tho duties on woollen Whatever It might to our manufacturers from free raw material would ho offset In the first Instanco by tho necessity of readjusting business to these new rates of duty on We prefer tho existing law to lianard of new and untried Nor does ot tho past furnish any that lower prices to of woollen clothing would result from tho removal of the wool Such n method of K must bo It not a do tho woollen goods that might still a now over the tarld of a fiercer and moro than any has tho adoption of tho system of compound a over to tho In repeated political which could bo no from the which prolonged would carry It. U. We heg to direct to tho extraordinary of the wool In tho United during tho 30 years lii which tho compound system of adjusting wool woollens tariff lias Hi witli variations In rales of as n why should not now bo in our woollen consumed 85,-33A,806 of greasy ot which per waa ii per capita consumption ot 7-10 In 1800 their consumption had grown to about ot which BO per was a per capita of of domestic to foreign wool lu our mills has also while the per capita value of woollen goods Ini from to OO In ordinary of our people tho domestic manufacture ean now supply their entire and with for durability and general are tho was 800,000,000 of wool nearly tour times as our In 1300. the less than 470,000,000 or but 15 per moro than our In thOBO .SO years our consumption or wool lias Increased 37B per while that of Orent grown but 67 per cent. No record ot growth to our own Mas Marvellous aa this has It wilt be surpassed by the growth ot tho next It tariff ot 1800 Ill view ot those fall to national pride ot n patriotic and In pt act forth In this wo represent Mint tho advanced to Justify a renewal of tho of tho wool and are largely ot In their nature I are not baaed any ronl could reault to tho domestic or the consumer ot woollen and they bo given weight by na the and tlon which a of agitation lor this and who are to comprise n largo majority of the ot the United are with Hio fool that utter yoara ot In tho act of 1890, thoy are entitled to a period ot and they now to be let tlint may lu peace and with a of President Whitman the chair at tho banquet ill the About 80 the only formal Hon. Joseph ot the of P. W. national and Mr. Clarence of tho board of commissioners of tho World's Mr Cartis of the and Julius Ciesar Burrows and Director General who had both boon wero unable to be tho latter sent a letter of which was Tho first speaker by President was Mr. Curtis who was by a round ol After that he proposed to play the clown in the for a ho proceeded to poke fuu at several political and thoir Mr. David A. Fred Hon. Rofter Q. Mills and Mr. greatly to tho ol the ho reminded his era the fair is to iia 11 commercial if not and rivals are tho prices on thoir to ho exhibited with a view to the ot tho protective Possibly tho prices marked on their bo wholesale or tho not tho consumer's and will American price for as as it can bo So American have got to make minds to meet speaker an by of every ot woollens made in United with wholesale and retail prices He spoko a word for Gov. advocacy ol labor exhibit In tho and said it would he fault ol tho wool if their operatives did not have a sood in an Hon. James of department of manufactures of tho World's was next Ho an of the scope of the manufacturers' and tho of liberal by which it that the former embraces Si Kroups and 200 of There was no desire to have a warehouse but simply exhibits ol the best examples of work of tho individuals or firm's own Uo said about of space at of his department is already and If wool desire lo bo well they apply for space building in which will he held is to cover and tiie will swell the floor space to 'til or moro than tho entire floor of the Philadelphia ot 1870. Ho said already 51) nations had their intention liad not yet done will do so. Britain and her colonius will liave 150,000 square and Germany 100,000. Great will oil Front In textiles und and must sue do not tret away with in thesti Mr. C. commissioner 5jM.s.--ac!iiiH0it;; of tlie spoKe hiv in they the of the in to slir up tlie ol to of a in a belter would Francis W. World's in to from Titus ot Littie ot our but wti can | llian any other nation lu wero Maj. A. Stott 01 Lowell and Mr. U. U. ol A brief letter ivas read from Hon. T. Stevens ol who wished the evory succosa iu their WATCHES AND Continued Success in All Fonr More for Tomorrow's Join the by Sending Tour Want The continued success ol the the plan in The Globe pleased thousands ot Letters anii answers by tho have been received by the advertisers since and the fact that our readers read the in The Globe la One reason why The Globe la valuable to advertisers than any paper in this field is because The Globs hag secured its enormous business by onr readers not only road the but the monts as For we offer mora those beautiful Waltham ono each to be presented to the advertiser who receives the most in either ol the No. No. 2. No. 3. ANB 4. & Sol many people have asked The Globa not to insist on confining the to Sunday to please a can be run and also ou the days of next week to but Sunday be included as one ol the The letters and evidence replies must be brought in by 8 o'clock next The Globe must insist that the shall bo and that the advertiser wants tho thing advertised or the will bo thrown out the II fictitious replies are or the advertiser writes ho will not be entitled to any Tho Globe simply desires to have the advertisers keep a record ol and tho watou tournament Is to promote this idea and to pay people lor If you want to trot a be sure to specify the you enter and bo sure a is offered for that Got your in SYSTEM DOESN'T Wow Jersey Court Bays City Councils Cannot Grant Its N. Jan. 8.-By a decision ot tho Supreme Court handed down the Trenton Horse Railroad Company and Rapid Transit Company of Newark cannot tho right given by the Common ot the two to operate an electric road trolley system with side Keed holds that the Common Councils ot those have no right to the powers Mrs. Amanda ways miss to Mood's What stronger ot the than thia from Hrs. Amanda an Christian for many years a ol Trinity Episcopal a. Y. For years I was eczema and covering of of my nearly to top ol my sores discharged Irom JUy eyes wore very tho Eyelids So Sorc It or For nearly a I .to aa lo bo to hear I went to tho hospital had UB operation tho a from ono 0:io day my me two ono of Hood's me tho 1 iiiiii to foel better and mid slowly tho Borea on my eyes and In my 1 call now hear and see ae weU as eror traces of tho over I seo Hood's now I feel like bowing and 17(3 Lander Y. 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