Boston Daily Globe, October 14, 1875

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October 14, 1875

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Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - October 14, 1875, Boston, Massachusetts * * VOL. VII I....NO. OO.BOSTON, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 14, 1875. PRICK THREE OF:NTS. SUN ti SHK CIUS. BOSTON THEATRE. TKAYFR * TOMPKINS..... L. JR. SHKWKLI.............. ..P ROI'RI BTO Rf*  AIA NA*.KU SJrfj&s CGootis. . Still Lower Prices TRIED FOR HIS LIFE. THIS EVENING, BAHRY SULLIVAN, Tho LainoiiM Trayiic Artor, Will appear as hamlet. I.. K. SII EW KLR na........................THE    GHOST , . Tomorros - R ICHEMEU. Saturday Matinee-LADY OK LYONS. SUunlav Nla Ut—RICHARD III. Chance of time. Doom open at 7; begins at 7.30. GLOBE THEATRE. MR. ARTHUR CHENEY Proprietor and Manager. Kvery Evening at 7.VA, ami Saturday Matinee ar 2, until further notice, MR. GEORGE HONEY, “OUR BOYS.” A Fine Cast anil Popular Price*. BOSTON MUSEUM Manager..............  Mr.    R.    M.    Field It THIS EVENING, at 7&, Also, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, at I. LADY Or LYONS, Anil the capital Warren Knrie, TWO IN THE MOHNING. IP Friday- Benefit of Mr. Win. Warren-MUOH ADU AHOU’r NOTHING. fP’Saturriay Evening •RICHELIEU! Ip*" Monday, Get. lath -THE BIG BONANZA! ON BOSTON THEATRE. THAY KR A TOMPKINS...... L. ll. SHEWED!................ roo ..All Maser Tin* management have the honor to announce an i ngagement lyitll Mr. c. IL HESS, Dtrector of the Kellogg Grand English Opera, Fur a season of TIVO WEEKS, commencing on MONDAY EVENING, Oct. eon S'st rn it of TEN EVENINGS amt Font MATINEES ONLY'. The Company, bentlet! by the distinguished Amel i.-hi. prima-donna. Miss CLARA LOUISE KELLOGG, Comprises the eminent lyric star*. Miss ANNIE MCTAGUE. Her first appearance here. Mrs. ZI.EOA BEGLIN, Miss ANNIE BEAUMONT. Mr. WILLIAM CANTLE. Mr. JOSEPH M A AS. Mr. VV ti. GAUGE I DN. Mr. YY ti 1.1 AM HAMILTON, Mr, ll EN HY PEA K ES, Mr. GEOUGE A. CONLY. Mr. LOW A HO SEGUI V. Air. J. G. PE AKES. Messrs. WM. MORGAN, A. CAYLA. W. MARSON, Etc., And the favorite American nrlnnt-donna, Mine. JENNIE VAN ZANDI', Supported tty an Excellent rhurns anil Grunt! Orchestra. Mr. S BEHRENS.,,..................  Co    obi’tor AN ATTRACTIVE, VARIED KEFER CORY will be ottered, of which lull announcements wilt appear rn next Sundaes papers, as well as the scale of prices and other patricidal#. THI* SALE OK RESERVED SEATS will coasrnsnce on THURSDAY. Jet. ii. HOWARD ATHENEUM. Isaac ii. Rick and John Stktson Managers Another Host ot Stars! JOLLY NASH,    HAU    UY    Mi-UAKTHV. HAKEY HEUN ELL. OFOKGE S. KNIGHT. DELEHANTY A CUMMING#, JEPPE ami FANNY DEL ANO, S. S. SANFORD.    Mr.    J.    B. JONNSON, KILLY KA KUY' aud tire Great Howard Company. Family Mariners. Wednesday Mid SatimUu. BOSTON MUSIC HALL. THEODORE THOMAS S SERIES or -six SYMPHONY CONCERTS, < liniment inK YYEDNFNDAY EVENING, Nov. 17. 1875. Im announcing the Second series of Symphony Bouet rts, the nmnauewient ta fere with pride to the artistic aa well as pecuniary trances# of the previous season. Only works of merit will be admitted to the programmes, which wilt include tile most important novelties, In addition to the standard works af older ins st ors. Several Choral works will also he given, aud the (test a\ ^liable solo talent v ill appear duriug the season. The Urehestia wM have the strength which these works i<(j iii re Kill w ill number from sixty to eighty pcrfoi IlieTs. H HAH STS for tile Hrst Concert, Mine. ANTOINETTE STERLING, Contralto; Mr. s. ll. MILLS. Pianist. Season Ticket*, with reserved seats, six Twvllak# KACK, for talc at the office of the Hall. Subscription tickets now ready for delivery. BOSTON MUSTO HALLET The Duvet irs respectfully anuounce that DR. MMIIDII BILOW WTI give a series of NEVEN OUCH ENTR AL CONCERTS. •CARL H EKG VANN, Conductor, l’togi Hinnies fur First Werk. Mi lidar evening. Met. is.and Saturday Matlaee.Oct. ?t. I L. V. Beethoven. The Fifth Grand Concerto (Opus im. Piano and Orchestra, in E Fist Allegro —adagio un poco niossn - Hondo. II F. chopin,Nollt a. Nocturne (Opus 97*. No. J,in ti. h. Chant Polonais (TIauscito!ion bv Linn . o. Bet-ceuse (Opus STI. d. Valse -Opus Ii), JIL— Flan/ Liszt. Fantast*) ll , ii grot se. Pit tm and Orchestra. Dedicated to Hails Von Billow, SECOND GONOF RT- Wednesday evening, "cr. .'it, ’7*. I — Adolpbe Henselt. Gland c ncyrto. for Bi tm) and Oiebestia (Opus RH. in a Minor. Alo*,rn Pate loo I archetto— a ii* gro Agitato. IL—L, V. Beethoven. Soli. 15 Variation . Fugue aud Finale, mi a (heme from the •• Moroni i E.ol i -up s» lift), In E Kist, HL—C, M. V< ii avener. Polonaise Brilliant*) i-i ll iUpusUI). Instrumental foi t’lswo aui Orchestra, by p. Liszt, THIRD CONCERT—Friday evening, o* . 'ii. I“*i. I.—c. V. Beethoven. Fourth Grand Ode ’et-to, fir Piano and Orchestra (Opus .Vo. iii '4 M.Jjr. W.ili (silences coal nosed bv Urns Vm Billow. Allegro ii cdr i atli—Andante con tnoto- Hondo viv ice, II Sol!: a. J. s. Haole Prelude ami Fugue, for the th ga ll. ill A Minor, Arranged for the Plano by P. Lost. it. K. Mendelssohn^ Prelude ami Kami-* (Opus 51) No. I. A. Joachim Raff. Prelude aud Fugue, Dc la Suite (Opus 72). Ill— K. Liszt. First Grand Concerto, for Piano and Orchestra, in K Flat. I irks I a, wit ii Boser veil Seat*. SI 50 ami ULI OO, according t«» locsdoii, Admission, DHI OO, For sale at Ticket Office of tue Hall. CvUeart to eoiiiineiiee at it. BOYLSTON MUSEUM, <it»T TV loshin'gton. Street. II. Vt. MAINARD..,.;  ..............Sole    Manager NEE THE PRICES. General Admission..........  US    cent*. Orchestra Ulm irs...................35    cents. '    I liilllien .............. 15    MMI. Monday Afternoon and Gvrulnfl Oct. lit. aud every afternoon and evening this week. JOHN BROUGH A VPS POCAHONTAS. Engagement of Miss XI AGG IK O'NEIL. Second AY celt of YI AK TI NO UH I RINK I. I nill iii iii d Success of the PULES    and the WA KHEN MI STP; RS. Museum aud Menagerie open from la A. M. till in J’. M.    • DBESS GOODS! JORDAN, MARSH A CO. With all the facilities they have of taking advantage | of the market, now offer a very large line of tasty aud popular styles of DRESS GOODS at very large reductions from former price*. Many of the fabrics they have in stock are very scarce, and it would be impossible to daplteatp them, aud so we would advise oui customers to take an early selection, when the assortment is at its best. AVo only enumerate a few attractions; y.*»0 Piece* 48-INCH CAMELS HAIR PLAIDS, In Scotch Tai tan Effect* and Gray* aud Drowns. rd) Piooew Spitzbergen Knickerbockers. 48 inches wide, at Bl 75. Very desirable and very scarce. A JU o nu t i IA11 1-irn* <»1‘ PLAIN, I ’LA III mid MOTTLED CAMEL’S HAIR FABRICS, At *1 75, Bi OO and *2 50. LYONS POPLINS, All the ( holesShwliii, si ll and AH 'iii. Two ( 'uses FRENCH MATELASSES, Af til UA and Bl 50. Very Stylish. AekOi'lcd Line ol' CAMELS HAIR SERGES, 6ti 1-iir . 75c. and WI OO. -IOO Piece* Fine All-Wool Vigogne Serges At 03 I-2 ceuI*c. 101)0 Piece* PLAIX & .BASKET ALL-WOOL SERGES, 25 Inches AA'lde, at 50cents. flite is the chcap< st lot of Dres* Goods we have ever put lie torc i lie pub! Ic. y>" U Pipe ch Fine AU-Wool Empress Cloths, At 37 I -2 cent*. . Mc have just received a full assortment of patter iii ’cf the popular MARTEL PLAIDS, AAilh I’ Im I ii Serges tu match, at 37 1-2 coat*. Our assortment of shades In Colored Merinos and Cashmeres Is unsurpassed in the country, and we show all tile different (plait tics anil grades. Iii conclusion, we never exhibited such a large and ct mpieliensive line of Dress Fabrics, and we arc con. lldent that every t«ste will he aide to in ike a satisfactory Bilection therefrom. JORDAN, MARSH & CO., WASHINGTON & AVON STS,    ; At OAK HALL,    I I 32 to 38 North Street, Boston, I tan tie IV mini every variety of imported I ’ iii -I faun designed fur member# of various College | Chills, The list embraces: I Oxford and (C-anil,ridge Boating Cans. Oxford and (Jamlnidge Flannel Jackets, Oxford and Can bridge Flannel Trousers, Oxford and Cambridge, Knickerbockers, Oxford sun] Cambridge White Frocks, Oxford and Cambridge Wia|))>er*, Oxford nm) Cambridge Cotton Shirts. It UR by Foot Balls, Oxford and Cambridge Foot Ball Caps. I Ox foul and Cambridge Foot Bail Hose. (Oxford and Cambridge Foot Ball Jerseys. Kvei.\ description of MILITARY UNIFORM made to order. Second Day of the Trial of Samuel J. Frost for the Murder of His Brother in-Law. THE PRISONER’S WIFE TESTIFIES AGAINST HIM. Other Witnesses From Petersham Detail the Circumstances of the Crime. How the Murder was Committed and How the Body was Discovered. Ii. W. SIMMONS OAK f« 38 NORTH NT.. I KOSTON.    I KNOWLES’* PATENT STEAM PUMP, Manufactured by th" KNO >V LES 8Lea Iu Pump Works, BEETHOVEN HALL. (I SWAIM. Bk KI,KG.........................Manager MONDAY. OUT. lith. 1875. .Aud EvMKY Evenimg sIho.Wsdt*Esnay sud Satus- HAY AFTK11X(KI»«, BUCKLEY'S SERENADERS. FI rut app**) r«H«*e of Mr. A Mr*.Fivd Ho %voy. *k of the liurlPMine Offer*» LA MAM NAMI HI L A. Fop titer I'lires—Adfluxion 45c.; Ke^evved teeata AW aud ;6 cts. Door* open at 7.15; commence at S o clock. Matinees- Admission 2' ct*.. Reserved Seats IW ct*, inaus open st 1.41; cowmen -e at 2.50. DAVID NEAL’S PICTURES. A splendid collection of fainting*, by David Neal of Munich, on exhibition for a short lime only ill tbs GA TLK KY OK L. A. ELLIOT A OO.. "'4    lli.atr.1, SCENERY Per sale, to let mid male to oi ler. STORE*. DMH.UMiH, CHURCH KS and IMM,# FR ES* *'»KD. 18 EXCHANGE NT.. BOSTON. I>. O. STORY, Scenic, sign. Ornamental mill Fresco Pain'e-. BOSTON BASE BALL GROUNDS. UH A MFI ON 8 HIP GA YIK. Bostons vs. St. Louts. THI BUDAY, Oft. lf, at 2.-MP. M.    I 14 anti 16 Federal Street, and 113 Congress Street. HOSTON. HEH & REFLECT. (’all on Dr. HEWETT, '3 Harrison avenue, and obtain medicine* atm directions to apply at hone, which will be lure to cure you, or place youisolves under ids care. Specially ; Diseased kplnes.Hip Diseases,White Swellings,, Sciatica, Neuralgia, Scrofula. Sprains, Bises sen af the Maths Aint Joints. AH cise* of Weakness, great general debility, from any c ruse, (•ared, and Bone Setter. Dr. lf. bas i>ra et iced iii Boston 45 years, and tile most influential people will recommend film. Dr. H.’s great knowledge and experience in Ills specialty cann it be (.’(plaited bv any doctor hi tug. NAHANT    i CH? For sale, choice lots at Nahant, fronting on the ocean, containing from DAOU to SD,out) square feet, at moderate prices, and on easy ferm*. Apply at Company’s Office, 5 Pemberton square. Boston,Boom 25. [Special Despatch to Tho Boston Globe.! Worcester, Mass., October I;}.—The trial of Samuel J. Frost for the murder of his brother-in-law, Frederick I\ Towne, committed in Petersham last July, was resumed this morning, and the interest in every stage of the proceedings was manifested by tho latge attendance of interested aud eager spectators. Particularly noticeable was the number of ladies in court. The cross examination of Mrs. Frost was the theme of general conversation and comment. The object of the prisoner’s counsel seemed disposed to make out a family quarrel in which she was concerned, and that the result was the murder of Towne. Tho afternoon proceedings were also interesting and important, and the interest if possible was on the increase. Tile Morning Session. fin't i nit came in promptly, ami after the usual formalities "of polling the jury, etc., had hewn observed, Mrs. Frost, w ife of the accused and sister of the victim, was placed on the stand and lier cross-i xandnatioii continued. Site test!tied that, her I rather was frequently mood) and eros* to lier cl.itdien; that she found him one Sunday, on her return from church, in a slate pro laced by drinking. and tho same day Whitehouse of New Hampshire w us iii Pep (sham and i.t lu r home arranging with Frost for the basing of the Page farm aud the running of laith farms a* one; that one of her own cattle, the white-faced heifer, has a calf iii the swamp hack of the ham; that Frost and Towne together sea relit d for it, found Band left Ii dead In I lie swamp: that this (ccuuicd on ria* morning of .Inly -J, aud thai on the same night the two men had a difficulty al cult rile milking of rite same heifer. .Mrs. Frost iv mid not ray that sin- did ii*st take the wallet, notes aud jewelry out of the trunk belonging to Towne, iii,lei) Frost op nisi; she had them iii lier own posses-iivi at least a week; have seen my husband once since his I uriist, and thru at Barre; ha\e not visited him at I jail in this citv, nor taken the children to sec 1dm, I I bough ho has frequently written me to visit him. A Letter mid It* Inference*. A letter written by Mrs. Frost to the jeottuse! for the defendant in answer to a request for ail interview j in this city., was put in evidence to show that sh.*- was J very bitterly opposed to her husband. Tho let for is I us follows: I Pi tkhsiiam, Septeinls’i- Pl.—sir: It would lie wry I hiconvci.tedt, if not altogether im|iosKililo,* for inc to j go to WoMcesicr the coining we,cif to meet you; l*o-i sides, it would he of ii** advantage, as I have nothing j to communicate. Vtry lesis-ciflilly, 0. I*. Frost. Mrs. Frost did not deny having written the letter, lait she said: Asa matter of fact, however, I did I (I me to W(Keester to the Prelatic Court on the 21*1. < ami got the apiolin!aleut of administratrix on all of j Tow ne’* properly, and did not, on the Barre stage ; coming dew ii to \\ (Keester, remark that “I hoped ; my husband would tx-hung, and that I would give my tesliinoDV to that pimmse.” The counsel then I put Hie direct question, But you do wish your husband hung?” The Court shook its head, lint-Mrs. Frost evinced no particular sensation at the remark aide quest mn. Iii the re-direct, Mrs. Frost testilicd that the blunket thatwus wntpix'd aromal Towne was found by lier liehi>id the, Hbee]>-pcn; ii snuffled ot Urn dew! body, and she left it where she found it. The blanket is a striped one. .Mrs. Frost WR* on the stand four hours, and the C nirt took a recess of the minutes at the conclusion of her testimony. AFTERNOON SESSION. A Idle Selectman In Court—Nome Important Testimony— How tins    Found. "J he o|Filing of the Court in the afternoon found the eouit-rocin again too small to lmhl the crowds wlmin curiosity led to .struggle for a place inside. I.very sent was early tilled w ith women, ami dozens waited in the halls la-low, unable to get inside even. A noticeable thiug about Hie ult ends nee all day, today, has liecn that the ladies present have not been from the tower or even middle walks of life, hut many of them are the daughters and w ives of soineof rile i ii la st and most prominent citizen*. (mi ning of Hip Proceeding* A Belee!midi on (lie Maud. The lbs! witness of the afternoon was Mr. J. NY Upton. Ile is a typical iqicciiBen of the genuine New England Selectman; a luau past the prime of life, with gill) hair and full beard, a slow eoiw’rvatIve manner of spn-cli and nioveiueiii, aud evi-(ieuily Im ut on telling just tile plain | truth, lie is accounted one of tho strongest wit- J lusM-s lor Bk- prosecution, and lie gay-e some of tin-the clean st evidence. Ile test die I that the prissier, ' after Towne was missed and liefore his murder was discovered, said that he would make every effort to discover the wherabouts of low ne, and to hi* knowledge did, scud off live different letters. Tim iii >si point id testimony was as to the boding of a human tbiimh-nail in the grave whir Ii the Itailibjue boys discovered In the luirii-eellai ; human hair in live or six places along the lam- leading flout the barn to rile pasture and the swamp Ix voii t; to the noticing of abundant marks denoting thai a heavy h-xly had been (bagged along: lo tho timiiug bv others of the mutilated remains in a grave in the swamp Mine distance west of where tlie trull of tho dragging body was lost; and to his finding iii the swamp grave after the lindy was rem »ved a piei e of fur, a partially bunted match, ami a whole button aud a bult button. Tile articles were severally exhibited to the jury,.-md some little sensation was produced when it was shown that tintuitions exactly matched those on the piece of tin-tlinii-el sin rf whieli had belonged to Tow ne, aud which wa* found round purt of ids bialy. some Money Transactions. John Pulfe testified lo loaning $125 i »the pris melon the 8th of July, part of Hie money ta-iug iii new bills on Ila-M are River Bauk, aud th-; counsel for rite defence offered and read Frost’s note for (lie money,whiih was loaned at twelve per cent., and the mortgage taken as security which described so the of the Jive stock and property as Isuight of F. I*. Towne. M itm ss hIso testified that beJiebl three otlier in irt-gtiges for about §500 on Frost’* peisoiml proia;rtv. Eunice L. Snow of Fetersbaui testified t hat oil the Saturday night preceding the murder, Towne came to her house about dusk and stayed some little time. Giller C'ori’wboi alive Test I mon y. Mr. B. YV. Spooner of 1‘etersliam testilicd to Hulling hair aud traces of dragging a Iwaly Ip Hie path hading from the lane down to the swamp, and also to finding a pocket-book, with nothing hut two kevs iii it, under the pines iii the swamp, where something a PIM ared to have been buried. The book and rile | that at the time of the disappearance he was working for Mr. Towne. and that .Mr. Frost told him after the ! disappearance that Mr. Towne had gone to Worcester; witness also identified the ’watch and other art!* I elea found in Mr. Frost’s possession as having bourns'-d to Tow ne. Charles Rathbone, a good-natured looking, heavy-featured fsriu ” boy ” of nearly thirty, worked for Frost a month; wa* there when he was arrested, and occupied tho room with lits brother: almut a week after Tov tie’s disappear-: an«e he notlersi the place under the barn where lineal th appeared to Is* stlrn d ap: a day or two befoie j Frest’s arrest was with his brother behind a wall and | saw Frost doing soul,riling In the corn-field at the : place whore a part of tile body was afterwards ( ii aud. Testimony of a Negro liny—Suspicious Circumstances. Annuel J. Upton, the darkest kind of a negro. I Iiv si near Frost in Petersham; saw Frost at his ho *c about a week after the Fourth of July; his wi 0questionedJFrost about Frank, and Frost said bemad not seen him at Worcester, and that ho had gin e to California; afterward* lie said he had seen hi! I at Worcester, afterwards also at witness’ house; his wife asked Frost if it was not strange that Frank should go off and leave all hi* clothe*, aud Frost reprisal that Frank had no clothes of any amount; trio ili|! before Frost’s arrest be worked for Frost and ha ‘aconversatian with John Rathbone' about what lh latter hod seen In the cornfield; afterwards ; wi it to.tbe place in tim eornliiffd where the Bai Ills « boy saw Frost, and at a place a rod and nine ic I inches from the lower wall saw a lot of (lie* ai bugs on the ground, and noticed the corner of w it appeared to lie a man sticking up out of tin-gi mid; went round and saw a number of (lie neigh-Inks and arranged wild them to go to tile spot that iii lit aud search: they left his honan about ff.'fo aud to k a lantern; when he went there first he put a hi rk on the wall, aud when they came hack then-vc Ii the party the murk had been' moved, and when ti y tumid the place It was evident that whatcxci hi I been there had been disturbed; they removed ti earth and noticed a large quantity of bug*, but JI re was nothing there; they noticed a trail, how ever, anti followed it out into tho next field, where toon ran across a part of the laxly done un in a J Unit night they tisik the body to’Frost’s house, arrested him. Mary Cpl on, wife of the above, rroborated lier husband'* testimony a* to her tin ce aversation* with Frost alenu Jones. las Delano’s successor, lint the President ha*chained bis udml, and now I do not know.” An official despatch having been receive I at the State Deimrtmeut announcing the disuppearane • of an Infections disease among cattle iii the Provinc» of SavilIe, Spain, tho injunction on importation from that Province is removed. titty a s!*k: a OU ar (-(An ‘ T Tpe Strong Point Coroner’* Evidence-A A ga I ii-1 Frost. Henry J. Shattuck o( Barre, Coronet , testified a« t(Fth« inquest over the upimr part of the body of Mjf. Towne, on rite moi'iihig af the arrest saw the prisoner ut his house in Petersham and noticed the same odor about him which w as noli--cable about, the body found Iii the field; Frost’s clothe* wet-■ changed before he was taken to Barre, hut the odor ! was noticeable afret- he got, to Barre; hoard the piGoner asked if im would tell them where tile rest of the body was. and he dct-llnod in answer; there i was no Hesh or hair on the skull when In- first saw it, ; an i tho skull was not whole; witness examined the i farm aud (with to rite swamp, and described iii.ire i minutely the appcnnuircs and marks of a Ii i ii j having Is • ii dragged a'oug; lie also produced tin-hair found on ll'c stones along (lie way. Levi Hicks of Petersham U-stilbNl ta finding tin Hillier pail of the laxly In tin oaf lichi, and t > h-ariiig a 'log glow I as if Ix-iiig set on by sotnclsMly. t he s.Min I Utijoiiiiig to Is- about twenty lists away. l.-iinh-, Hathaway of I’ctcrwham wa* with the nartv tim' tjnuiU the iMMly and told tin* proceedings as they ap pealed to him; was present when the sack containing th* optx-r | art of the bod) was rut ojm-ii, mid sivv a skirl iii ll (-Mildly like one lie had seen Mr. Towne wear, aud with (be sleeves rolled up ins! its Mr. Ti wile’s wore the last limo witness saw him on ria-Fib.av prei ii I lug I be disn ppenrnnee. II; J. Bhut tuck gave eorrobtft’attve testimony, aud *s!d Inn I be sent a Ixix t i Professor Th nniuoti al Worcester, containing among other thing* a chip with blued stain* upon ii, (‘.ii. riiomp* iii, professor of clh mist i v iii rile VS oris-slci Technical Sclasil, gave it .as bis prof' ssionnl o|i|iiion that til" stain* wore umidstakal'lc hkio-l-slainS, I ii it was i npasdhle to tell whether^<-1' a man or luilmsl. Ihoma* Ahi ib Ii, sexton ut I In- sou Ii par!, of th - town, burled I Ie-remains, reclamed ria* -t;ivc at 'lie Instance of Hic Sheriff, anil lh’ skull wa* tak-ii off in Id* pres cnee. Sheriff .I. I.. Nnsiie coiioltoiitto'i Mr. A! dri' b’s testimoii) aud Ile- Poult then adj turned rill '(ii "in ow morning. NEW YORK. The Bed Cloud Commission-The Police Muddle, Etc. JSin elal Despatches to Tile Boston Glnhe. j Nkav York, October 13.—Tile lied Cloud Investigation Coioiiiission (inop'"led their report oil th" affairs of the indian Department tiMlny. The report ((ititains about 500 foolscap pages* re) a ting to all charges by Professor .Marsh, beside* a great deal of other mutter. Mr. Fletcher says tile principal w mugs denoiimed were those that escaped Professor Marsh’s observation, In mony detail* Hic report will be interesting as showing the working* of the present system, mid will contain some valuable recommendation* on the management of Indian affairs. The rc|s)rt will not he in uric public for a day or two. Fulton** Troll hi*-*-A Committee of Investigation Appointed. At the meeting of the Hanson Place Baptist ( burel], last night, a committee was appointed to iu-I vcaligate charge* of timid iii connection vvitli the election of ' (’i tsiii of the church deacon*. A resolution was also introduced to expel from the Church Amos'I'. Is arned of (lie Associated Press, for publishing slanders against Dr. Fulton ami the Church, After sonic diemnaion a committee of five wa* ap |K'hitcd to investigate th’charge* against Learned. 'I he Hireling thro ii ho ut wa* very turbulent, aud ai-triidcd vv it Ii much confusion ami |M!r*(niailty. 'Pin- PolieaGo-iiinisslouers on their Defence. Today was set (iown for answering the charge* made hv Hie Mayor against Police Uonuiiisslonei’* j Mat sell and Ihwiiccker. Tiny Ism Ii appeared bv ((amsel at the .Mayor’s office, Inn at rite request of Di'sbcckcr’* conli*'I tin- ease wa* adjourned until Friday next, when founal answers iii writing will im submitted. Additional (’lunges were brought again*' the ('lailtnissinilel'H today I>v the Presideal of tln-I iquor Dealers’ Association iii this city. The Tweed Case Again. 'I lie Tweed case en inc up today in the Siipreinc ' fault d liamhej-*, before .lodge Lawrence, on a mo- ' ; lion foi a slay of pix*tcillrig* peiMliog an appeal from the dc isivin of tile (lcin-ral I’-nu, reversing ! fin- order for a hill ol purth-obir* and refusing to re-! dm * Ital). .Iiutge laiwri nee. alter hearing the argil | lucid, n scrvt d hi* dc isK.ii. Gotha'n ll«*«lp. (Moody aud Sankey will l>egiii rcviv.i * at til ■ Kink \ iii Iii' okly ii. (k toller lf It Ii. A o niiiniit •" of clergy I nun and laymen arc hard at work c en,d -ling tin-rn i cc shiv picparatloiis. I he annual election for Directors of rile We*!i’m 1*10011 Tclovtrapli foilq.wI|,V was lichi t elly. \ i iii the Board were rna<ie except iii tho cie tion af John Duff of Boston to till a va -aiu-y eause l i by Hie death of Mr. Miiinford. Henry Bellie/t'r,who claimed to Im- a German B.armi anil ConindssJonor to the Uciitcindal, wa* ai-resfed today for swindling a confiding friend in ll'ih tki-n out of a gold watch and chain and $20J iii aiooev. Ile was rakeii to Pliiladelphia.wheia ll is assorted In-had previously swindled dlfferclil persons out ot § lr.,non. WASHINGTON. A Chicago Time! Sensation Nipped in the Bad -Various Other Matters. [Slxs'-lal Desnatell to The Heston iHoUb.’ Washington, D. ticUdx-r l:b—Tho fhi.-ago 'J iiues charges editorially that uuiiiipeaeliahie evidence eau lie produced iii tliai city Iq prove that on tile occasion of the late return of Secretary Bristow’** family from Europe eighteen of their trunks were taken ort the steamer THE WESTERN ELECTIONS. Ohio 15,000, Iowa 32,000. Nebraska 10,000 Majority. [Bvt cia! Despatches to The Boston Globe.! CINCINNATI, October 13.—This (Hamilton) County gives a Republican majority on tho State ticket of about 1200. Cary, Dnmocrat, for Lieutenant-Governor, was behind hi* ticket, everywhere. All the Kepublican County ticket is eh tried except County Commissioner and Probnfo Judge, but it will require tho official count to determine accurately tho election of these two. The majority Ii r Hayes in tho State is now put af lo,non. Better Will—1The MtafeConceded liy 15,000. Colum huh, ()., October 13.—The Democrats now concede the State to tho Republicans by 15,000 majority, with a fair majority ill lnith branches of the General Assembly, line County Give* OIOO Majority A Republican Gain of 3500. CLEVELAND, <>., October RL—Complete returns from Cuyahoga County give Haves 0100 majority, a Republican gain of 3.500 over 1873. The Democrats concede the Slate to the Republicans by 13,000 majority. The Republicans are jubilant tonight over their victory. loiter—The Statement Fully Continued. Cincinnati, O., October 13.—Returns from all the voting places in . Hamilton County give Hayes 1575 majority. The majority for Young, the Republican candidate for Lieutenant-Governor, is iii deli larger. The Republican* will have a working majority In both branches of the Legislature; the Democrats still claim tlint, w hen the returns are received from the River Counties, Hayes’s majority will be (’Ut down, but the Republicans claim it will reach fully 15,000. Many points on the iii per river legion are reunite from the telcgiaph and will not be heap! from before tomorrow night. Iowa Gives a licpiiOilcan Maini-llv of 32,01)0. Dem Moin en, la., October I ii.—There is un doubt now bul lbat the Republic iii majorriv is fully 32,eof There is a steady Republican gain in tile returns for the Stale Legislature. The result in Ohio anil Nebraska bas created i the glean st enthusiasm, and ii looks like id I j times in polities. Congratulatory despairin'.; from all paris of Hie country keep coming in hourly, and as evet v frosh re'on! of victory reaches us it is bulletined and Hic people arc veiy enthtisia-lic. The Legislature will have a working ipajomy of about thirty-three. The Nebraska Fleet ton A Uepiilillcan Vlirio-ly Assured. Omaha, October 13.—There was not so heavy a vote as there would be if State or national officers were lo be elected, but nevertheless, a good showing will be made when ’lie returns all come in. The Republican ticket is elected by about IO,IKM) majority and the amendment# to the State constitution cirri* (I wit bout in hell opposition. Them were n reft independent Hekefs elected in certain lu-ealiiies w here sectional affairs were of mon mon cut to the people than tho general State : issues, but the State may liesetdown as hay lug gone .to tho Republicans by a sweeping majority. FOREIGN NEWS. Turkey’* In»olvency-The Other European Power* in Communication. I By Caille to Tile Boston (Bude.) , Lon dun, October 13.—The Kuropcun powers interested in Turkish bonds have been in communication with ii view to some aet ion respecting the edict of tho Turkish | Government announcing its inability in redeem Hic Government bonds, and proposing to compromise by the payment half in cash and lur 11 iii now 5 percent, bonds. It is now announced Hint the powers interested refused to make any representations to Turkey r«-giudmg its tinuiM ial position. Gladstone not Seeking the Liberal Leaderahip - The Recent Disaster*. Bv Cable lo The Boston Globe.I London, October RL — The World Imlay says Hint Mr. Gladstone lins assured Ids family that he will never resume the Ll lie rul leadership. The Admiralty minute, published yesterday, exonerating Vice-Adniiru! Tarleton and Captain ll irk ley from any icspomdbUitv for Hic sinking of lite Vanguard, also dismisses Evans, lie- Navigating Lieutenant, of Hie Iron Duke. Heavy Failure in London A Stick Broker In solvent. I"fly Cable to 'Un- Bo-lon (Blibe.I London, Ocfoner RL—Today is ‘‘settling day” at Hic Stock Exchange. The failure was announced of Hcmy Htrachan, stock and share broker, of’No, 53 Throckmorton sttoef. His linhdiiit s ate sam lo lie heavy. lite Angl(-Chine:e Difficulty Favorable Reports. » Iii (‘nine to Tile Bi ston Globe.) London. October RS.—The Fall .Mall Ga/.-( In- "I lins evening says that private telegram* (lilted Shanghai-, today (and probably I ’ck in, Oriole i Ii), say that the British negotiations arc progressing favorably Foreign Note*. J. YI. Vernon bas lo-cu elected I’lvsidciit of the Mon!ical, l’oitlaiui and Mouton Kailroa I I "nu any. The city <d' Montreal is asked to spend W'ff on Mountain pm K John Lehman was Hirown from the wagon id a lima way team at Formosa, Out., yesicr-dn.V aud instantly killed. GANTON AND ADAMS, THAT IS THE NEW DEMOCRATIC-LIBERAL TICKET. General Bartlett’s Declination Hav* ing Made a Change Necessary. SOWE ARE TO HAVE AN ADAMS IN TITE FIELD, AFTER ALL. Action of tin* I Ie til ire* rat ii* Com** in it tee Yesterday, anil Views Thereon. .    i    .    .    iii ...I.- i . ,i o.,. I-...,.    I    at a point down tic bay bv Hic revenue cutler, and key* shown aud identified, and the keys were    '    , ■ • . J , ...    ,    i    ,    ,    brought    directly    to New York and landed without ■bown to fit-Tonne m trunk aud valise, which were    ...    ,. being subject to oxamiiinHoti. Attor uey-Heneral COVER YR HORSES. HORSE BLANK HTS at Wholesale Prion# at OAK HALL. 32 lo 38 North Street. also present. J. ti. Madge el Petersham gave corroborative i    testimony    as to the    appearances along    the |    | alb to    the swamp,    and lo examining    the- (    iii|qsued    grave nuder    the pine tree# iii    the j swamp, and noticing at Hie bottom of ria root ex-tending across, the top of which bud been plainly , soaped as ii'by a silo vet or bani iiisiruineut. S. K. Hoddaid of I’eteraham identified the original mortgage and note for the farm which Frost bought | iii Petersham with his wito's money. Both the note Hiid moi I gage were signed by both Frost and his j wife. \\Fines* further testified that the prisoner I |odd §120 on the mortgsge on the Sib of last July aud ! flint tim money eoiislsted of two 850 and one 820 1 hill on Hie Mare Kiter Hank—evidently the Honey I which rile prisoner borrowed of Mr. I’oge. J    (iforge II. Joplin ( f I’eteisham, h bay, testified |*1errepont, whose family ace impanted Mr*. Bristow anil her son upon tbe’lr ret nm from abroad, aiiihir-/es the use of his name for Hie fiat oontrudl • lion of Hie whole statement. He aud Secretary Bristow did not go down on (lie cutter; tieing too late for the ti I pi- they only hoarded the st-amer oil lier I-Mulling to at the wharf. Instead of eighteen trunks Mrs. Bristow hud hut five haml-satehet*, of which the keys were left on board in charge of an attendant, and went through the regular examination. (it lier charges on tho dutiable articles were regularly paid by Secretary Bristow. The following is the ftnaiielal exhibit, of the Treasury at- tho close of business biday: Currency, §•>,-Hoi,Cod: special deposits, $l>2,;;ti5,tNMi; coin, §70,515.-127, iiiclnaiiig coin eertificates, §l.!,0s7,2t)(»; outstanding legal tenders, § {".1.041,121. A member of the Cabinet, ill convorsMtkm tiii* in- ining. said: “One week ago I knew who was ta THE JfORMON SCOURGE. What a District Judge in Utah Thinks of it-■* A Stroug Charge to the Grand Jury. [Spcciul Desoatch to Tim Boston Globe.! Sam J.akk (TI V, October l:».—In his charge to Hie grand Jury, today, Judge lb ire man of the Third District Court admonished the jury to indict a uuin-u-r of Individual* who have Induced men to commit perjury for tim purpose of swindling the Gnu unbent of territorial hinds amt for illegal voting. Ile iMirticuluily instructed the jury to Indict every leader, proclaimer or instructor of jm’i-lygamy, as .lliese |s-rsons hsve used every known i mean*do prevent its puni#bmeut; they teach ami practice polygamy am) then deny it in court. Some Plain I.alienage. The Judge suit) thai pollgaiiiy is a loathsome ulcer, , a degrading crime, not emanating from any religion, fit j only for the darkest day*, anterior to the dawn of civ!- I "/aiiou. ami caused the Mcrmoii*lo he idtterly liostile J to Hie free seb(bls. Tile Unitod States have tm hit- ' I em ess ii ga) iud lite Mormons; Hic Government desires to set- the Mormons prosper, except as to polyg- : amy. 'Die Government is determined not to rust until the .Mormon doctrine* are obliterated. It u I nonsense for I lie Yforinon# in tight against , of people. The Government is now in earnest, and the people must realize ibis fact. A meeting of the Executive Committee of ♦ In* Democratic Slate Central Committee and oilier prominent member# of tho party was held at the head quarters on School street, Yesterday afternoon, to consider the in neb-talked-ahout letter of declination of General YV. F. Harriett, the party’# nominee for Lieutenant-Governor. Tbii letter was presented and read, and is In full as follows: General Bartlett’# Letter. Rich NOVO, Y’»., October #, 1*75. To Edward Avery. Esq., President Democratic tut I l.ihend Convention: Di:va Sin: I am this moment In receipt of your** of the 4tti inst., postmarked (5th, informing me of the action of your Convention of September 22, in nominating inc for the office of Lieutenant-Governor of Massachusetts, and inclosing a copy of tho resolutions adopted. As I wrote your committee September IS, declining the proposed nomination, I wa# enrpriled at seeing my name on Hie ticket, ami have awaited your official notification befor.i repeating _ the, decision which, after duo et iiftderBtion, I Ilion arrived at. I ain aware that. my tefusa) to accept a nominal Ion nropnsed wit Ii sin Ii cordial expressions of approval, and carried with such flattering enthusiasm, will aeon), to your convention, nu ungracious aet on my part. But having declined in Advance Hie use of my name, I can4-not blame myself Hud I ain now placed in the nn-id( astint |Ki*it inn of again refusing an honor aq wvH intend'd aud so gracefully bestowed. I find no resolution iii Your platform that f cann iii subscribe to. cm cpl tile eleventh, which is is-rsiinal to myself. I do not *• <• how you could Well do nth wise than r< Humiliate for the bend of your ticket tim man win) lins for Hie past year modestly nerved tho State with clean hands abd honest pnrisise, not iii Hie interest of ani clique or party, hut for the Ii nmr and good of I in-w link <'((billion W( aith. I appreciant and applaud Hic spoil evinced tty your convent ion n» its willingness to suliordhtKt" parti-names to tim I oldie good; lint having no desire for |wt|iticu) ofit-e, I ( Hidint pcrsipid' my self that any public Interest, demands, at tins time, the sacrifice of my iicmoiial wIsla s. II the time foi sin Ii sa. ritjee i oui -s I shall lie roa tv to make It. iv lid her it Im- with the Democratic parfv or the Kcptiblh an ) art- mr. In lier still, the tione-f. tia 11 of Im«i Ii), so ii >1 all fie the party wliteli th*) near flit lilt j In pel at ii cly ' alls for to lead Hie way of Una refilm, pure mtn.i nisi ration, aud Intelligent pto-gicss; ii pally which -hull neither lie obliged to i >intent iisclt wiili tin- recital of it* pa st ueiiievtrmmt a nor atniic for its past mistakes. With a sincere ap-pi-i'ciaHon of tin- cl niplimeiit you have paid mc. and rcgiet that I i annot comply wit Ii your willies, I am, most respectfully, your obedient servant, (Signed}    iv. f. Bartlett. Such men as Colonel * 'barie# G. Greene, John i^uim y Adams, J. K. Tarbox, William Aspinwall, W. F. Bird, Reuben No) Ic ai d I cnpnld Morse, wh • went a nu,ng Hie party sse mbk'd, were not the sort of men to despair of the party, though the tetter, wit-U its inevitabte Infitieiieo ii|hui Hic (-aui|iaigu here, hint Ha effect; and universal regret, was expressed that; at this time General Bartlett should hive scut in hi# declination. Thoro was a general tuU-rcluug.) of. opinion-: mu*), ms Ii *»«    hest    pi    Uu.    . cia! Bartlett's manly and straightforward let (ar in the splrll in which it wa* tendered, the reslgaati >n w as accepted. John Guttier Adams Nominated. Tile name of Joint (Quincy Adams was present** I to fill the vacancy, amid hearty applause; and. with scarcely any delay, that gentleman wa# fornuiBv nominated as tho Democrat ie candidate for Ucti-tcnant-Governor. Mr. Adams, in a few words, a«--eepted tho honor; mid Ids fellow-Democrats, Joyful al the final settlement of tho vexed question, gam vent to considerable enthusiasm for Gaston and Adams. The rally al Fancull Hall, tonight, wit talked over, and the Hon. William Gray was se Ice I .ct as the presiding ( dicer for tho occasion, aud tim Committee adjourned. The nows of their action wa* very soon circulated, and various opinions were expressed in regard to the wisdom of noniiu»Mit£ ( ‘‘Jack ” Adams. But tho Democrat# generally we rn nut disposed to lie very sanguine; aud, altognttaer, with the news flora Ohio and Iowa and tin* unfortunate nmtretvmp*, Gaston stock must be quoted at, a derided discount. With a view to secure and present la-fore its readers the views of prominent, men ol tho party on the sudden and uuexpectod tarn iii affairs. The Globe early despatched reporb-r# in scat cli of some of the lending Democrats of this city, witli Hic results shown below. YY hut Mr. Krill mil Avery Think* about lh# lleiniH-iHlic l’ros|M*cts uuri I tail lei i’m IN-- (-libation. The lion. Kriiv a rd’A very of Braintree, beiug tho (bail man of the Demis-int ic State Central Com intl lee, was naturally the first im'inoh thought of iii conia ction with General Bartlett’s declination ami tho clicuu'staiici'M which led to Ilia nomination by tho party a* Menu miiit-Oovcinor. .Mr. Avery wa* found at hi* i din-oil Milk Htrciif, aud received very courteously ’J’iik (SLOUP, reporter wtio had cornu to obtain ii statement ol facts. The printing oi Gein-rai Bart-icri’s letter of declination in the Aprlngficki Republican, yesterday morning, was ft surprise to Mr. Awry. Whoever had ftirnlshsd that journal with a copy of the letter must have Meted iii the int.-rest of Genual GirilcU or some of his friend.-; or e’.se tlai copy bari been surreptitiously obtained. Of course, as ( Inili mull of ti e Slate Central Cosimittsc, Mr. Avoy Knew that the resignation had been ree< iveri t».y Hie Secrete!) ; but, reganUng it as a cniiiuuini, a-lion for their committee to consider, im did luff think-nor dl l any other member— of R aking it public ti ut ti atter theeniniiiiltee mooting which hud l*ecii arranged for yesterday. Mr. Avery pleossntly ref cried lo the #t(»rfes whieli bad been told concerning the supposed “doctoring” of Dirt letter, and tho anxiety of Ila* committee to nee vent. its puldliation. Ile said that there was. of courts:, nothing Iii Grin rat Bullion’s letter which they wist rd to (oneeal. ’I he committee agreed in pronouncing it an ndniiratiie document, and (he only cxi cpl Inn taken to it lay iii the fact of the GeneraT* declination, (iii Ix-ing asked In regard to tho way la which General Bartlett was nominated at YVorrester, Mr. Avery sold rind the friend# of tho candidate— who were supposed to know hi# (minions in the matter—gave tin- convention to understand Hut them was baldly Hie shadow of a doubt of his acceptance, except in the occurrence of a cert ai contingency. Thar contingency was the noiuin#-im >1 ( hark* Francis Adams for Governor by any erin carty. II that gentleman" name was presented a , ; i he Lead of any ticket, then-it was understood--I General Bartlett would support that candid OP j preference to alJ others, 'rho Democrats ceria - ly . uiider#t(Kxl that Generui Pan let Is opini'ins st- i represented by bis friends among the Liberals aa. I tiiat < on veld iou. end cordially supported blin ** is , candidate. There had certainly been a mlsuu" t -i staiiillpg somew here in regard in General Bartlett')* ( willingness to serve, though there was none tq re-I g'ird lo his fitness for the office to whist he was nominated. The .State Com rn it tee. *ai IN. .Mr. Avery, when it met yesterday, had the letter off General Bilith it under consideration. It d:teic-l only in one or two uiiiui|M>rtant words (rom tho version given in the Springfield Republican. Of course, having liefore them t ho resignation of au hon-Habit* man, the (litmt»cts could in common courtesy do nothing I *ut accept it. YVith great, imauiinity, th tv nu mu or the Hon. John Quincy Adam# of Quincy wus substituted for that of General Bartlett: ami the cc mmittec feel sure that the tickK. aa OMnpMted, will command respect. Mr. Avery did not appear he least despondent, and thought that General Bartlett’# letter would la* a good document for Dem-(( rats to circulate. YY Ital Hie Hon. Georg* II. Monroe Think*about the Matter. Ai other iv porter af The Globe called upon Oh! Bm. Gorge Ii. Monroe, the Democratic candida!* i r Keen tai) of State, to obtain hi# view# on Hot mw ileal ” in the nominal ions. Ylr. Mouro.# 1^-might that, evidently, General Bartlett had bern Continued nu the F’ifth Page. ;