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Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - August 11, 1894, Boston, Massachusetts START FALL TRADE ADVERTISING in BRING YOUR WANTS -IN- FOR THE SUNDAY XL 42. SATURDAY AUGUST 11, 1894-TEN PRICE TWO Made of the Finest Imported ' in the Cleanest Factory Country by & the i HAVANA THIS SHOOTS B Probably Fatal End of Family Gof Sy of Fires at FranL Two Bullets Take Effect in Latter's Property Was All in Hands of Elder Parents Sympathize With the Yonng FAIR For 111-Fore-caf-t for New ana north V o r a n U n o r 1 li n a. s t - wind becoming Npw variable Aug 10-An attempt at the result of a family Thursday at In the town of Conn. Harold 22, shot his brother 34, twice In the The victim now hovers between and no hope being held out for his The Gowdy family has lived In Enfield for almost a and has accumulated the family has rather fallen Into to the frequent quarrels that have taken place at the house between the father and mother and the two There Is another who Uvea In who does not appear In the Frank Is considered to be the best of the but he suffered a sunstroke a few years and since then he has been subject to violent fits of He is of a rather like the elder brother In the and the younger In this Instance was not of a forgiving has persuaded his father to turn over to hira all his but he allowed Harold to live at the For a few weeks the neighbors have been treated to constant sensations on the and row at was a in the The mother and father have always sided with and do so In the account of the His mother acknowledges that Harold had a and waved It frequently In the shooting It In a promiscuous Frank says that Harold has often threatened to shoot Frank had decided to drive to to appeal to the authorities for The wagon that Intended to ride in was the cause of the Frank claimed that he had built It and the claim was disputed by To prevent his brother from going to to ask aid from the Harold took an axle out of the Frank and his mother had Just returned from attending the funeral of a man who was blown up In the recent powder mill explosion In and after when Frank discovered the disabled condition of his was The father and Harold wore seated on the and Frank was In the front room with his Frank began to berate her In a most violent Soon he went out to the road and picked up a large number of and reentered the house and scolded the old lady some He soon went out on Che and taking a stone from his pocket he threw it at - Harold and according to his drawing ills he fired three shots at who was only a short distance The first bullet entered Frank's Just grazing the the second entered the passing through the and the third missed Frank Frank ran away to the His father and mother at last Induced him to go to bed In the and sent Harold for Dr There was nothing said about the affair that and it vas not until morning that Dr Houghton notified Medical who went to the house with policeman and Harold Harold claims that he did the shooting entirely in and that his brother would have murdered him with the stones that lie carried in his The found the stones distributed around the piazza when they searched the The house where the tragedy took place Is a lonely on the west side of the road from Melrose to and is three-quarters of a mile distant from The piazza whore the shooting took place is on the south side of the There are no other houses In the The preliminary hearing will be held tomorrow In Judge C. H. Briscoe and George B Fowler will appear for the defendant The deposition of the victim will be taken thie morning before the B. the made an attempt tonight to bail the who has been moved from the lockup to the Allen The father and mother will in favor of the The defense will be that the shooting was done by Harold for his own protection and that of his Not Guilty of 10-H..LFoss, charged with assault on was discharged Local For Fair in variable showers ti continues in the very in J. W. Forecast ae liy a in ii a ui a m 3:; 77\ r m 7f; n m 7::''. fi p ui 3'-i;'; 117 and 3(1-At the ivas by Jimmy ol that place iu a glove Downey 111 bud the better of the in round came near The men may moet ill 11 See While about it have the best there is. m T KNAPP'S KNAPP'S m KNAPP'S Rootbeer ably it is the best in the world One bottle makes 6 CONTENTS 1. demanding some kind of a report from the senate causes a few lively minutes in Boston defeat the at tho South Harold Gowdy of probably fatally shoots his brother Eliot former coal leaves Boston Boston knocks Brooklyn's pitcher out of the box i league Fall and win iu New England Shady Side grove In New York wrecked by lire and one man fatally Mrs Abble Sanderson burned to death in pabo a. Big crowd at Mystic trotting at Buffalo and other Big fly wheel bursts in Nashua Goelet cup races ofC other yachting Eugene Suhrer of sues his first wife for alienating tho of his second her Latest labor news from England and the S. Biggest ocean tug that ever visited Boston In port Last hearing of the commission on the unemployed In Mrs Charles Burbank of drowned while In Chace beats Goodbody at Norwood park and will play Wrenn Sugar certificate offered for sale under suspicious circumstances at N H. first colored poet of FaEO O. Story of a German baron who works on a Portland Fifth day of at Too young to in 1812. Photographing meteors at college All about Egyptian Why Li Hung Chanc was shorn of his yellow Facto 7. Camp 2d corps of cadets at Bradstreet's review of the business Heal estate In Boston and Paso 8. Dr Sargent's summer class at models going Into the living picture sets his shop afire because he a right to dispose of his own The savings bank declared Plymouth midsummer ball a leading society Important auction sales of horses and Paso lO. Riverside B. C. eight wins in the national regatta at J. W. resigns as receiver and director of the Atchison Mrs still on the dangerous list In the city the wife of a Lexington A wild steer on a rampage in and for liquor dealers to begin to observe the screen law has Grand dance night at Fatal hayrack ride liv N H. FRANCE MAKES AN Berlin Paper Says She Is to Co operate With the Russian Fleet at the Seat of Aug 10-Tho strys that has offered to cooperate with the Russian fleet at tho seat of war in CHANG'S LARGE HI His New Rifle Factory in Han Yung Destroyed by SAN Aug 10-News from says that a groat calamity has tho of Hu in the total of the new rifle factory which lie had Just completed at Han Tho viceroy had been working on this factory tor several and ho expected it to demonstrate that workmen could turn out as good guns as He also expected to fill largo orders tor the government to supply troops for Just at this time some workmen who had been set jiro to tho and they were and all the costly machinery The would not have been burnod had the viceroy followed his architect's but he insisted on substituting wooden bearings and supports for the root instead of Tho flames spread bo rapidly that nothing could be and 111 fonr tho great works a heap of The total will reach Russians Seize an SAN Aug City of Pekin brings advices saying that a Seoul telegram announces that tho Hag is to bo seen on tho island of It Is surmised that Russia has it. Tho queen of in concert her tho Bin has appealed to the Kussian minister for Russian protection in case and tho minister has Relay at Aug relay bicyclists arrived hero at 2 o'clock and 5 minutes nf schedule Tho riders left immediately and arrived at Fremont at 10.CO m. Orders Coming In. Aug 10-Tho Saco water power machine was cenily started after H long shut has received orders to insure work for the crew during all the fall and Eliot Ritchie Leaves His Bed and Mrs Cavendish BAR Cavendish Taylor of London died at the Mrs a of the famous Carroll Baltimore and had been abroad Sleepless Though Tired Out Is one of the symptoms of the worn out and a that precedes a more Run down people should take It will tone up the system and purify the Me Life a Constant but Poor Good Fellow Socially and Man of Big Fight in Court Over Property or No A wise man will always keep in his house a bottle of Dr. Seth Arnold's and be ready for any sudden attacks of Summer It is the best known - due Mr would take them of course adding Interest and allowing them to run for various As the years went Ritchie's notes to many creditors began to accumulate and become at least his creditors His pleasure trips became more and his being away so much caused his business to Finally Mr held so many notes that he would not allow Ritchie to have any more Then his once large and dwindled to a mere commission He would get an order and buy his coal from some East Boston dealer to supply his So his went on for about two then came the Ritchie failed June 18, 181)2, for nearly with assets in proved claims amounting to nearly and some real estate which is atlU a bone of as the get hold of It. Among Ritchie's creditors are a large dry goods house and a large Jewelry firm of also several East Boston O. D. Is the largest Where Is Quite a large number of Boston people are asking this 1^ It appears that who was once a well-known coal dealer in East suddenly and mysteriously left the city a week and has not since been heard Ha went away without letting his his intimate friends or even his wife know of his In many respects was a remarkable His first wife was the daughter of a rich Boston and she brought her husband considerable For many years Ritchie did a large and he lived In He had excellent credit and was regarded as a most successful But misfortune He failed In tried to go through the Insolvency was cited Into the poor was sent to Charles st and crushed by afraid to face the he Is rife as to his Some think that he has gone to others think that he is in hiding nearer No one knows Just how he was fixed as regards One rumor has it that he has plenty of real estate put upon which he can realize at the property being kept back from his Another that he is hard It Is stated that shortly before he skipped he was borrowing small sums of money to carry hliu along from day to Just previous to his sudden going he was engaged soliciting for the Banker and a trade and the day before he was missed he drew which was due to him for services and a week before that he received some on so that If these sums were all ho had he have gone far from for as one of his friends remarked to the not the man to live on crackers and cheese If he can help Ritchie always liked to live well and he was troubled considerably while In Charles st jail as to his and got tired of tho everlasting soup that was served to him as a poor and although some of his friends sent him luxuries he had no mind to risk a second and so fled from the scene of his triumphs and HiB friends say that he will come back when he gets his head So far he has done nothing of a criminal but It Is believed that he has gone crazy over his Ritchie BO end years of He Is a man of highly temperament and socially a good He always took things even at the He was an excellent entertainer and knew how to tell a He would have been a success as an but as a coal dealer he has turned out a his friends say that he had a big Ho was always kind to his Even In slack times he would keep on his full force rather than discharge any He was well liked In business by merchants and It is reported also that he used to give away a great deal of coal in small quantities to poor Ritchie married 25 the daughter of old once one of East Boston's prominent president of the East Boston ferry alderman for several president of the Maverick national while Asa P. Pol ter was vice and a man who amassed a fortune of nearly Mr Eliot died about 12 years and left ills property to be divided equally between a son and a the latter Ritchie's Some time before Ritchie formed a with Charles the under tho firm name Gibson & Co. They did a large business with and in addition to a large family later Charles Gibson sold out to but the latter still continued doing business under the old firm Then a few years after her Mrs died left all her property to her Four or five years later Ritchie married the divorced wife of Capt who owned a tow Before the marriage Capt Baker had attached Ritchie's in a suit against him for the alienation of his The came into as it was that Ritchie paid liberally to have the suit After his marriage with traveled through all over this taking his wife with Baker had a a rather fashionable young who lived with the on Wyoming Ritchie in at 2", He had a and luxuriously appointed home at and this until was in his wife's When the trouble got uneasy and pressed him Ritchie Bot to sign worth about ovor to the national which claimed to be a preferred is no doubt that fur years Ritchie's expenses In of was a close man in many money freely In d high and kept up a with and und In his he bad line teams and run tilings with u. high Most of business was by He would often giye notes for a couple of months amounting to He bought his coal from O. D. 102 State in large and It was his custom to pay for the with and sometimes when they became Ritchie sought the protection of the insolvency and the ease dragged along until about three The proceedings were but it is said that Ritchie could not or would not make any proposition to his His friends advised him to settle In some and if he had any property to make it over for the benefit of his but it was all to no It being the general opinion that Ritchie had O. D. had him arrested for using one of the notes as the basis for the Ritchie was sent to Charles st Every day he was brought Into court to take the poor but each time he declined to do so. He had on several stated that his Wesley holding property belonging to him and which he to At the time of incarceration in Jail Wesley Ritchie was not to be found In After his brother had suffered three who is a wealthy appeared and went ball for him In double the amount of the When the name of Eliot Ritchie was called In he was not and Wesley had to forfeit the bond or else pay the with amounted to Wesley paid the Ritchie was released from Jail and then some time after he His friends say that the trouble was too much for For some time before he was he acted and It Is feared that In a fit of despondency he may have taken his Any dead or Eliot the once prosperous is an exile from his native and his wife is anxiously watching for a line from Call at Room 6, Globe today and complete your History and Century War Book LOVE AND Hay Makers Quarrel on New Farm and Take N Aug 10-A shooting affray occurred at In tho town of this William Trudo and Isaac Nutting were employed on the farm of Mrs 3. N. J. a with whom lives a Miss Lucy While the men were In the hay field love and Jealousy caused a quarrel which culminated In Nutting firing two shots at one ball taking effect In The wound la but not necessarily Truro is at the police tlon and Sheriff Healey and a posse have gone to Merrimack to get m Bensio Tyree's Divorce Suit Causes Much Aug that Bessie the has begun suit for from her Dr a druggist in this great surprise The actress and her husband are well known in It is Impossible to learn the details of the but it is known that Mrs Tyree's is made upon statutory Public Hanging in North N 0, Aug 10-Tho first public hanging in the elate for many yearg took place today nt iu Alameda The hanging was public because the public demanded it. The victim of tho execution was a Bob Several weeks ago Wadkins assaulted Miss Mary a young white woman of that The public outcry was so groat for his speedy tho governor of tho state ordered a special term of tho court to try Change Of Water Food and Climate The Cause Of many Serious Illnesses Which may be Prevented By a Timely Dose of Sanford's among Us purest of the Uest or It Ift lo iUk as for look for owl the Sold ik RECORD POLAND SPRING AMERICAS LEADING I in sales of water and in Ibai LEADS all for 1894, vf Tli 10 CITY PIPAS fI Show Gloucester How to Play Senate Proceedings Once Promised to be Very Lively and Tom Reed Came Very Near Taking a Hand in the Tariff Aug 10-No agreement has yet been reached by the tariff There have been many some of them in the shape of positive statements men who are generally well to the effect that they had decided to disagree and so report to the two but careful inquiry shows that as yet there is no foundation for this Two of the conferees have been Tho morning was a good deal disturbed for the reason that the senators had served notice on the senate conferees that a motion would be made in the senate to Instruct them to make a report one way or the an agreement or a This had been threatened for some time but It had not been expected that it would come so Practically nothing was done but to discuss this new phano of the and tho effect it might have on the general When 12 o'clock came the conference adjourned in order that Us members might be present at was rather expected would be a lively session of the This expectation not fulfilled although the proceedings on the floor were of an exciting Senator Vest made the somewhat startling as one of tho senate that he would make a statement tomorrow In reference to the Invented and as to the work of the senate There was no concealment of the temper Mr Vest felt on the subject of the failure of the senate conferees to an agreement with those of the A scene may therefore be expected which will If wot that which attended the dramatic statement of Senator Gorman as to Pres Cleveland's for the senate's tariff which the executive In his famous letter to Mr Wilson of West Tho attempt to Instruct the conferees to bring in a report was fathered by Mr and was backed up by Mr the friends of tho administration program wore enabled to win a victory by postponing the question until It Is expected that the question will take all day or longer to and In the meantime much can be done towards bringing about an After tho senate had come to this and had gone into executive the conferees They were not together before the house managers retired to a separate room to discuss the They were closeted alone more than an and then they sent word to tho senators that they hoped to be able tomorrow morning to present a proposition upon which all could The senators then and the house managers sent for and Blanchard of Mr Blanchard was not to be but Mr Caffery responded and was in consultation with the representatives until 0 o'clock on the sugar They then with the understanding that Mr should consult with his Mr and report to the house conferees at 10 tomorrow It iB understood that several propositions were made to the Louisiana from which he was to the one which he and his colleague would Until they are heard from no progress will be made by the It Is Impossible to Judge what will he the effect of the senate's action today on the house conferees and their final action on the tariff It has had the effect of complicating Tobacco Insures HIRAM RiCKER & Boston re 8trt. Be Sure to get it. THE KEELEY Kortti OF tho situation and of frightening many members of the who aver that no tariff legislation can be accomplished at this session unless all of the senate's demands are acceded Some of in like Mr Heard of are In favor of calling another house It Is possible that this course may be attempted but with what resulta it la lo In the the large of the house members are urging the conferees to stand and they think that they can yet win free and free present the situation is as confused it well can In view of the attitude assumed by the and the developments which are promised for the next few It may be that the house will yet have to accept the as It In order to have some bin and at the same time pass through the house separate measures for free free and free At a conference which was held among the night It was determined to teat the of the senate on tho question of Instructing the conferees to report either an agreement or a A resolution to that effect was drawn up this although Its exact author Is not positively The resolution threatened for a time to bo a for the reason that no one liked to father It. While all of tho friends of the senate bin wanted the resolution to be and wanted the opportunity which Its discussion would afford to explain the position In which they found all hung back from assuming the of Introducing It. At last Mr Hill was applied and ho accepted the task with His recent successful assumption of the role of defender of the administration It was argued would relieve him from tho suspicion of ulterior motives in the introduction of the Mr HIil probably accepted the duty thus devolved upon him all the more readily because It appeared to offer a means whereby the Income tax might be oven If the downfall of that obnoxious provision might carry with It the defeat of all tariff legislation at this the friends of the administration program had been made fully aware of tho proposed and were prepared to meet It. The of the conference had and the on tho port of the house were watching tho proceedings with much Representatives and Turner in tho private gallery on the democratic while Mr Wilson and Mr Breckinridge were occupying seats on the After the of some miscellaneous the struggle Mr Gray of seizing the first opportunity sprang to his feet with a motion for an executive and tho and nays were called upon lis Moat of the democrats voted for but the with the aid of Messrs Palmer and defeated It. Then Mr Hill had his resolution It was as That the on tho part of the senate who are now considering the between the two houses on H. R. being iin act act to reduce to provide revenue for the government and for other bo und they are hereby requested lo report to tho senate If they JWe likely to como to an and If iiol Id report to the and also to the of so that the inuy take action question was but before the vole be bad Mr Harris ill his moat and proceeded to make an answer lo the from as a. of the He that after being In many days and utter conferees had been unable to he principal points at were three - coal and If these were settled it bo to como to terms fui the of the Mr Allison then moved to amend the by the conferees lo report either or a which .Mr Hill Mr Hill was about to take the floor objected to further of the Willi Dever as Li Score 20. Delivery Scares Air Full of Wild Yells and Engine Suits Worn by the Ordinance Then ensued a long discussion as to the parliamentary status of the Mr Hill and Insisted that the objection came too Mr Vilas and Mr held that under the ordinary rules of the senate the resolution should go over for a This contention was finally upheld by the vice Mr Hill then tried to make it appear that the resolution waa privileged and above the operations of the ordinary but and the chair held that the resolution must go During the whole of this debate the was manifested by the senators und others iin the Many of the house had come to and stood In rows at the back of the tier of Mr of Maine among tho ami vha fortunate to seat and d it to liis own lie b. came so in the he his at he arose 10 all was Just to join in tile discussion when one of his touched on the Mr Reed looked around and found Game had been called at tho South Three hundred anxious spectators had gathered to enjoy the match between tho lawmakers of and those of Boston called the city It was and that grand mogul of arc lights was well down in tha The day was and the monotony of a long delay waa finally broken when Alderman the LI Hung Chang of the city hail patted his corrugated stomach and A The was not In good for one of those singing sirens of the pool had taken lodgment In his Dever said It was a but Alderman who vouchsafed the waa auro it was a singing But that another Dever and a thin-faced young man In white knee breeches and heliotrope walked up to the HIa name and hla pose was like that of a at about to corporal punishment to a This was the first the had of sizing up the Gloucester a mahogany man named He had tha eye of a kite and the of a harpoon Hla suit s tha color of an old hla calves were In gleaming red and his face wrinkled by a smile of supreme He was wooly and He couldn't remember the position of the home and the men whom he failed to hit reached first on bad Kelly waa the foremost to bo given free passage to the on tUo Fifth 616 Washington Open Tni 10 P. M. UNUSUAL SALE & Children's Continued ou LESS TM 1-2 aud SHOES and 99c. MEN'S aud 5)4.50 HUSSET SHOES AND OTHER Every pair or shoes wArranted to please or money Big Cut in Prices ON OCra LARGE LINE OF Shirts and Fancy 60d. Waists marked markeil marked And Many ( Oil 2500 HARDWOOD 1,2600 in a per tax Open lo P. M. Saturday 10 Co. REASONS WHY WAITT & BOND Outsell any four brands Is New England They Lead at Every Best Havana Personally selected in Choicest Sumatra Personally selected in Free from Highest svan WAITT & MFRS. Office 53 Blackstone 7474 89 56 19
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