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Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - October 26, 1893, Boston, Massachusetts VOL 118. THURSDAY MORNING OCTOBER 26, 1893-TWELVE PRICE TURKEY THANKSGIVING For next 30 days wo will give selected mont with every range This Is the nth season we have this most generous The ORDER m to OLD stave in for thereafter the 1)idaooB:l8.psia.' the are in one worth of more a or credit ita value to ' G. H. ROBINSON & i PITCHED Decision Leads to a Fight on ( tlie College Campus at and Boys are 0,.0ot 26-^S(udents of Wooster university and pupils of the high school had battle on the college campus a baseball ' A dozen of them were Five vero so badly hurt as to serr vices of physicians to the John a tried to stop the got a gash in his throat made by a knife in the hands of one of the high so It is FOR of Bridgeport by Judee this afternoon sentenced Samuel Rome to years in state Kome was of He was accused of setting lire to a saloon on North Washington av last endangering the lives of 60 tenants who ' Theprisoner broke down and wept like a ' He has been times for the Sues for Oct 25--Aotress Helen Dauvray has brought suit for absolute her John M. captain of the New York baseball So far as is known AVard will not file an CONTENTS OF TODAY'S Acting Boar Admiral Stanton from command of the fleet de Janeiro for saluting of Massachusetts Music hall and hears Dalzell and Thomas B. Bloody battle between students at 0. Gov in speech at Haverhill clears the political Fire in theater Tragedy the West two and then ' St Mary's gym at elect their mayoralty candidate at the Newport lectures on the religion of Weld scratch races rowed on the day at the Baptist anniversary V Pace S. Boston's registration beats all Williams and Walker to discuss campaign Wordy warfare In prohibition county convention Planning the Carney hospital Annual shoot of the Boston press rifle Soas and of Maine entertain Gov Cleaves at Department convention Union Little elected president of the street The fight for the senatorship In the 8th Hearing on double Thieves loot the house of a Lowell ' Suffolk county A. O. Hit oppose parade with firearms of Hibernian Harvard graduates beaten by the varsity eleven 6 to 0; Yale makes big score against other football Annie who was supposed to be to Old-fashioned husking bee at Prospect Hill mills may start up Monday the old scale of John E. Russell has a great reception at the Public reception given to Rev Dr Brady at People's Annual meeting of the Hartford branch of the Woman's board of Fast racing at the Lawrence Brockton holds its first bicycle Paste Greenhalge speaks at Hyde Other republican Drs Amerige and go to their bail being Pane 8. Voting on amendments to the repeal begin in Negro burglar breaks into Miss room at and murderously assaults ' Continuation of the N E conference of charities and correction at Feared John Stone may have been eaten by Patrick Kane assaulted and robbed v Stocks have another with onori mous relieve overcrowded Boston's new buildings past - Young wife's for husband passing counterfeit Page lo. Bridget confesses to having strangled her now bom Acting Stanton Saluted It. Jfo Warrant for Such Promptly Relieved of His BUILDING Saturday Oct. 28,1893 AT e Women to in any part of tht JOSEPH H. WALIER of Worcester Hi OF OF Will the all seats open at 7 by Baldwin's Cudet Band to 8 o' For England much cooler during the north erly probably increasing cloudiness and rain The Temperature Yesterday As indicated by the at Thompson's 3 a m 00, Gam 60, 0 a m 63, 12 m 70; 3pm 68, e p m 69. O p m 53, 12 mid 48. Average temperature yesterday 6010-21. FOUR TRAMPS Two Trains Wrecked in New N Oct 2S-A freight train on the Pennsylvania railroad ran off the track here Twenty freight cars were piled up in a the four A passenger train came along and ran into the The passenger locomotive and four puUman coaches were Four dead tramps have been hauled out from beneath the freight Twenty more it is were on the freight and more may be Hundreds of people from Philadelphia and other places who attended the football game at Princeton were not able to leave the village until 11 o'clock The only said to have been hurt was Ellis proprietor of New Amsterdam New York city who was severely SPECIAL STYLE FURNITURE AND CARPETS AT 1077 WAWTON ST. No ul but Cash or Partial SHOT TO 1 J. ch em made of Russian flags and a petticoat made of Russian and French ' BIG BLAZE AT SOUTH Considerable Damage the Lyceum Theater Building at an Early Hour This The box 53 at 1,12 this morning was for a fire in the 8Mi-story brick block Washington ' AH above the first floor is occupied by the Lyceum theatre and damaged by smoke to the amount of The first floor and basement of 661 and the basement of 608 is occupied by Henry P. Vieth as a restaurant and was damaged about The employes of the restaurant lost considerable clothing and some ' Frank H. on the first floor of 603, a damage of about mainly smoke and The fire originated lif the basement of 663, occupied as a cause - Government Thus the ' Had Been Specially Selected for Delicate Was Supposed to be Cool and Over to Capt Mm of Citizens Look After with Good N 26-Burglarsbroke into the store of Dr Ramsey at Pottersville Monday night and stole which they secreted some distance from the Citizens discovered the place where the goods had been organized themselves into anned squads and watched the place Last night two ot the thieves returned for the stolen property and the citizens upon One robber was shot His companion was wounded in the head and leg and was made a It is supposed that the two men belong to the Whyo gang which has headquarters at Lyons the Oct 25-There were nearly 1,000,-000 spectators in the streets A in which 200 societies took wos given in honor ot tlie Russians in the afternoon in the beneath the dome erected for the exhibition of 1894. A grand dinner was served this evening at the hotel do the tables being set ior An aquatic fete was given Oct 26-The peremptory removal today of Com and Admiral stationed at Rio from command of the south Atlantic one of the most startling eveV experienced In Washington official and for a time it has almost the interest in the silver Pres Cleveland took action after long conference the secretaries of state and the and when put in possession of all the facts and also of such further information as Brazilian minister In able to fmv The order briefly made Sec In the following The navy department learned ity late today from Bear mital of the U do that this the flag of Admiral the insurgent fleets This salute was unauthorized by any Instructions the had It was an unfriendly act toward a friendly and of the alter consulting with the president and the secretary of issued an order detaching Coni Stanton from command ot his rem and turning it over to Capt the next In Jn the early state and navy departments officials were incredulous as to the possibility of there being any truth in the report sent last night from Com Stanton had been specially selected for this post of because he was considered to possess in a preeminent degree those qualifications of coolness and discretion which fitted him to deal with the revolutionary conditions prevailing in the various countries to which his assignment would naturally call One of the highest officers In the who probably influenced in no small Com Stanton's matter is as much a surprise to me as a slap in the face would The rela tions of the United States to the recognized of. Brazil were such that it was not believed possible that an officer of high raulf and experience would go his to give salute and recognition to the commander ot a force in insurrection against the government and actually in the national Capt Henry F. Picking of the who relieves Com is also an officer of ile has with him the cruiser Capt and in three days from now should bo joined by the De Commander Secretary Herbert was as to what action would be taken in Com Stanton's but it is supposed a court will His successor in command of the south Atlantic station will not be determined upon but it is thought it will probably be Com Richard Com Stanton's record as a naval officer is an excellent During the loto war ho held responsible From 1871 to 1874 he commanded the receiving ship at Naval officers who know Com Stanton are utterly at a loss to understand how he came to make so serious a Four and 100 Shots Mred to Get Two Oct 25~At 2 o'clock this morning a village of 1000 inhabitants 10 miles south of the scene of one of the most desperate encounters that ever took two George had been apprised ot an Intended raid on the general stores of and others by members of an organized gang of robbers which ho had been to The purpose to plunder stores as and then to fire them to conceal the A number of stores were In the Wilkens establishment were Deputy Sheriff Amos Coburn and two At 2 o'clock a window at thd rear of. the building was and Diok Goodman ' Atthe order to throw up his hands he began The first shot slightly wounded who as possible emptied two 44''^oallbre at The latter emptied his revolver Directly opposite stood these two exchanging shots at a range of less than 18 One of the shots brought down got but the window and ran for some distance before he He is shot in the abdomen and cannot He was accompanied by who joined in the at the May was also ' Members of the detective association had joined the and in the attempt to capture the gang over 100 harmless shots were The organization of plunderers is supposed to include a dozen whose rendezvous is a few miles south of Most of the members belong to respectable Officers are In pursuit of the rest of the In a horizontal line in a space of six feet are 18 bullet holes just back of where Coburn The two furthest apart are within 14 Inches of each SHIP KEARSARGE A full Attendance Is at the meeting i of will sp. pear With Treasurer Oct 25-A passenger who arrived here tonight on the St Louis & Southwestern railroad assarts that officers were on board the train custody the absconding treasurer of whom they were taking hack to that Tate had not been beard from by the public lor a was generally supposed to be in Tramp Causes a Oct 26-The crops and furniture of Alfred D. xa were burned this the fire being the act of a The family - mm m Warsafsky Tried to Kill Failing in This He Shot Then Jumped from a High West End Scene of the Three Russians Quarreled Over Real Estate bead Man Was Ugly and Had Drunk It was Letter OF Cruiser Tork of the for She is New Oct 26-The floated above the cruiser New the handsome service of silver donated by the citizens of Now York city the and men of the At 2.30 the naval tug bringing many dignitaries of the to the As the party the marines drew up in line and gave them an official The guests went to the Capt Philip and Amos J. near a on whion was the service of Standing about the cabin were the officers of the cruiser and CummingS made the presentation speech and Capt Philip Then the punch bowl was filled and the glasses passed around - Capt Philip had arranged a drill of his tars and mariners which the visitors greatly ' The silver service presented is of 16 Each piece bears the by the citizens of New York to the UBS New Grand Division Elects Oct 2i5-.The grand of ot at today and these G W Geo Hazen ot G W 8. Snow ot Miss Annie L. Hayes of G H. K. Morrell of L. F. Mason ot E. J. Bragden of G S. Peter of P G W W. J. Hart ot Guilty of Oct 26-In the U S court today W. ox deputy was found guilty of assessing government employes for campaign will be sentenced The conviction has created a sensation in republican Dist Atty conducted the An appeal will bo taken to the supreme Cruiser Waiting a to Sink the BUBNOS via Oct 25 coast defense turret ship on the way from Asuncion to join the fleet organized by the Peixoto government against the rebel grounded today Rebel agents left here last night on a special train to meet horand persuade her commander to join the The government officers and crew are waiting at Montevideo to take out the The rebel cruiser waiting outside Montevideo to sink the Out Arms for New Oct 25-With the prospect of a prolonged struggle in orders for arms for the parties have been placed in New and factories arc working night and day in New Haven end as guns and are wanted liberties of Foreigners Oct 25-Letters from Rio Janeiro say that Pres Peixoto has issued a decree restricting the liberty and privileges of foreigners in Her Body Clothed in Oct 20-At Clichy yesterday while the train the Versailles was crossing the Seine on the railway a woman on the parallel bridge waved the French and Russian et vive la jumped into the river and was The when was found to be attired in a Two Children Burned Oct 25-At 7 o'clock thls morning fire qf unknown origin broke out in the second stoiy of John Gannon's residence on Stobo St. Two adjoining residences badly Two of Gannon's aged 4 and 0 were burned to Mre Gannon was seriously burned while attempting to rescue Bevenue Boheme for final held of the finance ministers ot the different states of the empire resulted in a perfect on the division of between the empire and the federal states and the adoption of tobacco and bourse taxes and a tax on wines worth 60 marks per hectolitre and SITUATION NOW Gov Russell Sums Up the National Issues at History of Silver Legislation That of Republican Immense Cheers While Point After Point Gives the Kev House and Stable Oct 25 - The house and stables of James S. at North wore burned this morning with 85 tons of 15 tons of 800 bushels of oats office Four training horses and the furniture In the bouse were The loss is 813,000, and insurance Edmond Abjures Oct 25-Edmond a celebrated Belgian announces publicly his in conformity with his democratic to luxury and live henceforth as simply lui does Count has been stirred up by the People's rarty Bally in people's party had a well-attended rally in town hall this Representative candidate W. Eaton Speeches made by P. Field and Warren Johnson of Boston and W. L. Ramsdell of Fell OU a Farmer's James E. Locke of Belmont fell off a farmer's wagon on Cambridge yesterday and was badly He was removed to the Cambridge hospital in the police Louis a rooming in a house on Green st in company with Simon a fellow visited n mutual at 81 about 11.30 last and becoming involved in a attempted to kill both and shot himself through the It appears that the three wore partners in a real estate and had a dispute about the division of claimed that Warsafsky owed him some Glass and Warsafsky had collected a a portion of i which belonged Glass paid his but Warsafsky did This was the cause of the unfriendliness parties which terminated so At was thought that a murder had been but after a thorough in of in it was concluded that ho had killed The noise of the Shots attracted a big who stood when after shooting fell or threw himself from the Glass was struck in the wrist by was shot in the cheek and neither wounds being From the story told by the wounded men Warsafsky has been drinking for several and has been in an ugly He visited and asked him to come with him and see who occupies two rooms with his Glass received his visitors although the hour was The men Over Money which did not furnish any satisfaction to After a while fell asleep on the and and Glass shook him roughly and awoke He at their action and told them to leave him ' A few minutes later he rolled off the sofa to the They picked hlin up He rolled off a second and then ho arose to his feet and with a string of oaths drew a 32 calibre revolver from his pocket was struck in the and just as he was making his the door loading to the stairway another bullet struck him in the It did not render him and ho managed to reach the where he fell to the In the meantime was running around the apartment like a Mi's Glass was in the room loading off from the one whore the trouble was screaming tor Her husband rushed Into this room and hid in a A moment later two more shots and Warsafsky toll from the window to the The wounded men wore placed in an ambulance and taken to the Massachusetts Warsafsky was alive when picked died just as the ambulance was passing through the hospital The occupants of the house were but owing to their inability to speak good English and their excited It was some time before the police could determine whether a murder or suicide hud taken said that she heard the men quarreling about the real but she know nothing more until she heard Warsafsky mu I don't want to be and the shots were Glass was questioned at tlie hospital and told the story of the affair substantially as stated He states that Ave shots were When clothing was at the hospital the following Letter was which convinced the police that the story told by Glass and his wife was Dear Friend I am about to meet my fate today I hope you will do me a You will see that my mother and brother gets everything that belongs to You will please go up to iny Green and get there that belongs to me and send it to 1311 New You will also go up to the shop and get my tools and some and send it to New York and the rest of the property they shall get by In niy pocket you svill 875, which you will let have to pay the He has the money for this week's rent so he pay the I have sent Bennet 00 to give 875 to He ia mud with me too although he shall have half of what 1 For a see that Benuet gets niy My brother Sam gets my watch and chain and mother my I was going to write them to forgive me Continued on the Second Oct 25-Demooratlo enthusiasm ran high in this The Academy of was by a vast which rose In abody and cheered long and loud as Gov stopped quickly through the ranks of party leaders and after bowing his compliments lett and right his seat by the side of chairman Cleveland None the less cordial was the reception tendered Hon Josiah i ' Haverhill felt honored at being selected as place for the first of the governor's and its citizens turned out eu masse and gave him a groat Long before the governor made his the academy was crowded from pit to Gov Russell was Introduced as the brightest gem in the diadem of Now England and the next president of the United Bound after round of and it was only after repeated motions to keep quiet by the governor ho was allowed to begin his As he made point after riddling the republican he cheered again and and when the last note ot his eloquent voice died away the crowd gave him an ovation such as has never been rendered After the rally the governor received the hearty congratulations of the party leaders of this Qov welcome makes mo feel almost a s if again I were a candidate whom you were cheering on to but though not a I rejoice that at last from official engagements permits me to go Into the thick of the Ught and to raise my voice for our Its its honored candidates and its bravo and steadfast Gladly I thank the lor the earnest support which for Vears have given and I urge upon them to give alike support to curable year in and year out has fought the good fight and kept the Wo are honored in his and will honor Massachusetts in his I come tonight in a serious to discuss some of the questions uppermost In your I do not moan with Jest and story to trifle with these nor to divert your minds by personal of Both the nominees for governor have already impressed themselves upon the We are quite ready that our argument should rest the Impression they have We leave It to the people to say which has the greater which would make tho more dignified and serious executive and which would give to Massachusetts tho most responsible and efficient at position of power and of Influence to which she Is entitled In the From top to bottom Tine commends Itself to the Its candidate for not by sounding his own not by his own virtues and but by long life of faithful service In state and by an by prominent courage and character com: mands the and I command tho support of tlie people of the I am that in a state campaign with only state officers to tho people have a right to the discussion of state questions in which thoy are greatly interested and upon which their election must have a decisive Thoy have a to know the views of parties and definitely and without evasion upon those such as executive the need and proper duties ot an executive government by irresponsible and tho right of homo rule in city and in all these the party hos taken a and position has been sustained by tho people and will be To those questions 1 mean later to address But tonight I propose to deal with national We are in tho midst of prevailing which all but out of which one party is striving to make political It is well for to consider its its where rests the for and tho Influence of our election upon decision of these 1 readily agree that the vote of Massachusetts will have Influence at least upon that bravo and patriotic man who as president of the whole country and all the people stands firm in the midst ot dissensions and partisanship as the bulwark of the rights and interests and of their demand for legislation and He 1 listening to the voice ot He knows that tho party here in its its and its united ranks arb behind him heart and soul in He is watching and waiting to hear in its success that word of cheer and which he has a right to from this loyal to nerve him to tho courageous ot his patriotic sort of will it for him and the cause ot repeal if by the election of Mr forgives or forgets the man who by his given for and not for patriotism is responsible for tlie ills we Is a bad law to be repealed by honoring its or a thousand times no. Rather let tho indignant of our people spend at least pint of its force in the of such sponsor or supporter not only for present good hut for future I repeat that the ills we have are due to laws tor which Mr and the republican party are I the issue to be distress duo to existing or impending democratic Let us see the U. Wo are still living linder the laws and policy of the republican Their policy upon tariff and Is still the law of the Our revenue is raised under republican our money Is Republican Banquet Music Gathering Dazzled by Hon Thomas 6. Reed spent under republican If mills are remember that the republican is still In If honest and sound money is that the republican Sherman is still If there is an accumulating of 850,000,000 a year in the that Pres to his successor a surplus ot over aud that our Income and expenses since have been determined by tho republican These many growing aud still existing gave us four years of extravagant republican legislation with the inevitable result of panic and We find ourselves today from diminished reduced gold reserve and a flood of useless Is shaken and business the republican party through its declared Its purpose to oil imports and so reduce Then it sot tlie precedent of the gant billion dollar and by its fastened those expenses on tho Then for politics and politics only tion and silver made their infamous coall tion for taxing and skinning the and against tho unanimous protest of the party passed The We know excuse of the republican party that the Sherman was necessary to defeat free We deny apd no Intelligent man believes Tho house had already free The it was would veto it. Their excuse means that it could pass by a two-thirds vote tho and by a two thirds vote where a majority had already declared against it. tho Sherman was not passed from to avert a but from politics to risk a danger In order to save the states to the republican and the of the And themselves have Senator a said In the senate that he stated In the most manner bouse of determined a very positive way that no free coinage could pass that Ho added us closely within the rules of senatorial decency and courtesy as the circumstances will tho later excuse ot Senator Sherman an after and that tho real purpose ot the passage of that was maintain intact in the northwest the republican column of ' Senator Sherman on 8, 1800, in reporting his used the language which I have and Walker of this In the discussion in the house republicans want to come That Is all there is Congressman Saucily Greenhalge and Wolcott Make Sharp Bitter Partisan Remarks of Was aM In TMb Silver pure Being a republican and voting 14nt for this I admit that neither party 1? united upon this But the difference between the two that at critical moment the party to financial heresy in and the democratic party conquers It. ' Let us look at tho In 1884, Notwithstanding a difference of in tho democratic Mr announced his opposition to free coinage and all unsound silver and for the four years there was no talk or hope of such Contrast this course with tho action of the republican porty in 1888, Instead of supporting in his by the solemn action of Its national convention denounced him and his party for its hostility to Then the party followed by the admission of sliver territories with enough population to bo entitled to a member ot and did this to strengthen the republican party In the senate tor years to no matter what the might be to tho Then it followed this action by the passage in 1800* of the Sherman and Mr its was sent through tho country advocating silver and denouncing Cleveland and his party for their opposition to It. An ominous followed In tho republican platforms in state and nation while Tiie and of their Sherman were becoming more and more Contrast such action with the of tlie democratic party in 1802-in congress and ill their national There it met and fought and defeated the spirit of unsoundness within Us denounced tho Sherman demanded its and nominated for president the man who stands today and always has stood as a pillar ot strength tor sound and honest And the democratic conventions since have sustained him in his Within a few weeks in Nebraska the democratic party in by a vote 3 to 1, indorsed his And now the country turns with confidence to the democratic party to cure this distress by undoing republican It knows the cause of its trouble and the From boards of trade aud business centers throughout the country there has come a unanimous demand for To lot the without a dissenting to repeal tho Sherman Patiently and hopefully business watches every move at as if its very life the No barometer ever more truly indicated change of weather than business feels today tho ups and downs ot the movement It knows and says through its representatives that one predominant cause of our trouble is the legislation of a republican and tho one remedy for the evil is its repeal by a democratic But the republican anxious to get clear ot pretend that our troubles are not to existing but to laws which the democrats mean to that we are not reaping the whirlwind which the republicans have but are Buffering an of the people have thrust them from and Never did the cry of calamity lei ' tall from the lips of republican find readier or more appreciative and never did those great and ing lights of Beed of Maine and Hon John Dalzell of their effulgence on a more devout or more enthusiastic and l pathetic body of admirers than last night In Music hall at the third annual ot the Republican of It was not the dinner from for the menu was of the ot the banquet distinguished above the republican love As in so in this social it was rather tho proper blending of the elements which for its j ' In tho first place every man from the most distinguished general of them all ' down to tho lowest was a a firm upholder if not a sincere the the force and every other kindred Every utterance almost ot the punctuation approval on the part of their partisan partisan and partisan and perhaps the was tho in addition to great luminaries of Hon Frederick T. Greenhalge of Lowell and Hon Roger the party bearers ot the present as well as a number of other prominent leaders of the party in Add to this the nicety of arrangements on the part of the gentlemen which comprehended the detail as regards the convenience and comfort oi and you have in brief a ol the reasons for the The themselves a and striking Most prominent in this respect were the two large crayon portraits of Greenhalge and Wolcott at the rear of the their ot the and the silken the AU tUe the hall consisted ot tho national Tte attendance came fully up to and crowded every vestige of space on floor There 700 people to be first by the cold lunch and later by the orations pf the few after and an equal if not greater number who had not privilege ot tho ' but who from their respective coigns of vantage in the galleries drank in with appreciation the flow of Three extending from end to end of the stage sufficed for the who sat facing the of the A at the list of the platform pants affords a fair idea ot the tive quality of tho Seated there at tho center of the was ex the president of the republican club of with Congressman Read of aud Greenhalge on his ate Congressman ot vaula and candidate Wolcott on his dlate while ranged along line sat chairman of tho republican Hon Hon Hosea M. candidate for attorney Hon Albert E. Hon S. Hon J. A. Hon Murray Hon A. C. Hon George C. Hon George A. Rev Edward Hon William M. Hon Thomas N. Hon A. S. Speaker Hon John W. Kimball and Guild Jr. Seated atthe other two tables on ths platform were Senators of Continued on tite Seventh on the Sixth Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the Best Fall Medicine Because it vitalizes and enriches the and therefore gives the strength to resist effects from the etc. Take it now and prevent danger of serious Remember by oil Bis for Hood's by toe the 377
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