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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - June 4, 1877, Boston, Massachusetts                                FOR THE BEACrU Send for one of the French Illustrated Elastic Woven Bail for gentlemen and manufac tured and sold only by Simmons OAK WHOLESALE AND Swimminff FOR MEN AND Gentlemens thin Clothing to order or ready at prices which have attracted great at PONGEE SILK for Gentlemens Summer are made and sold only at Oalj Singly or by tire lijahmahs East India Sleeping Suits of silk or wool can always be found in the Furnishing Department at Oak They are indispen sable to The BASE FOOT BALL and BOATING season brings a demand for all the articles required by sporting and this is supplied in a special devoted ex clusively to goods of this The Rugby Foot Ball is and a full supply kept of the best Professional recom mended by the Hunting Suits are made a Specialty and Illustrated Catalogues and with sam ples of are sent to any COOKS TRADE COOKS ALE has boon registered by ns in tho United States Patent May as a trade nnd all persons using the either by labels on bottles containing or on show or by ad or in any form for ale NOT BHKWED by will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law for Infringement of our right to the same as a trade ISAAC COOK 25 Central IIVE OAK CROSBY LANE Beg to assure their friends and customers not the The Military Department furnishes every thing in the way of uniforms required by bands or military and in addition supplies Jlorse and Society goods of every OAK 32 to 38 North is open daily from 8 to 0 and on Saturday till 10 Simmons Oak 32 to 38 North LIVE OAK THE HEALTH SUMMER PER From May 1st to November 1st for Ladies and AT 149 A Tremont No chance of dress for either Skilled and ex perienced instructors always in Hours for 10 to 1 and 3 to 0 M 0 WILCOX MANUFACTURE THE STANDARD LARD Of the World AND filliRlTEEB PURE L1RD OIL 59 Beaver SALES OFFICE New York FLOOR OIL CLOTHS a spe cialty 25 cents to per forignt colors dry and MADE to WEAR yard wide from 25 to per yard gold band THE CHEAPEST SHADES in All our goods at equally low ELLIOT 173 Washington PAINTINGS WILLIAM Now on Exhibition in our a collection of re cent works by WILLIAMS B08 Washington Closing Second Annual Closing Out Sale of nnd astonishingly low prices tliat are named in some they are prepared to offer a good line of Upholstery GOOIDS AND PAPER and at as low prices as the same class of goods are sold by any house in the In proof of they cull attention special bargnlns which they are now opening nt 116 TREMONT Opposite Park Street SPECIAL NOTICE ABOUT Clothing Elegantly from the Finest Materials Summer Alpaca iu Black and Linen Dustsrs and Black and Fancy Alpaca Under White Marseilles Duck Thin Woollen Summer Worsted Sacks Summer Under Shirts and Fancy Will Sold at Reasonable JACOBS S3 School CITY MARBLE Closing Out at Greatly Reduced Prices for the next our heavy Stock of CEMETKKY 32 Monuments all 386 Tablets and Headstones all Imported Italian Rustic Mark American Granite 35 Marble 150 45 to 53 Main Cambrldee at end of long bridge from Charles Cars pass door from Kevero Will put for sale on tlieir counters ON MONDAY all the HAMBTJRGS wbich liave Leen exhibited in their window lor the past two And take pleasure in announc ing that we will also offer at SAME PRICE an entirely new range ot patterns never helore offered in America at anything approaching the 12 12 If patterns are sold out at the counter they will he taken from the A tot of 7 and 8inch BLACK SASH with Moire Antique at 5O Cents and PLAID similar in desirable at 25 Dont iail to examine these COLORED From EXTRA VALUE IN Black At and In our Choice Stock ot DRESS GOODS are having a ereut 48INCH SILK AND WOOL MIXTURE At 75 Never before sold at than BARGAINS IN THE WAR ON THE Four Thousand Circassian Horse men Surprised and THE CZARS VISIT TO THE Reported Alliance Between Eng land and Austria Against THE LONDON PRESS ON By Cable to Tho Boston Juno despatch from Tiflis says 4000 Circassian who were bivouacking between Erzeronm and were surprised during the night by an overwhelming force of They refused to and no quarter being a frightful massa cre and only 200 of them The Russian army is very near and the position of Moukhtnr Pashas army is con sidered to bo very A despatch from Bucharest says A com mittee of Roumanian Israelites have sent a protest to refuting the statements made by the American journals that Jews in Roumania have boon and are being The papers here also publish a protest to the same THE EUROPEAN LINEN AND CAMBRIC 5 and 7 Winter LITE OAK MARSH NOW 5OOO OFFISH STONEWARE Co1 WIIRiFlEDDRAIN PIPE I GARDEN OF THOSE AT i POHTCLAND TERRA OOTTA Vases are the best molded in one require no painting not af fected by the and at prices from to tho oolobrated Pour LAND for All the above goods at very low 75 500 LINEN BliOCADE Very handsomely at Sold the first of tho season nt MARSH Washington Avon OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF LACE CURTAINS Have been MARKED DOWN to Actual TO CLOSE OUT I TOSER 143 Tremont HotForged HammerPointed HORSE SHOE Seven Seasons Why You Want iBtThey are the Strongest 031 Washington For a pair o French Coat French factured by Lilly Pratt 13 Court Sears or Calf manu at in heworidforqualltyof irons eou mently you can smallersized will hold the shoes on longer than any sennently you rfndThf other fill the Creasing and Nail Hole so it Is impossible to start the is not so with other nails polntedNi are the only Hotforged and Hummer Is mode by Split or Silver in and every nail can be as wellns tlie red and changed la shape at every nail can sy are the Cheapest as well ns tlie and you get from to 800 nails more In a box than any other PUTNAM Manufacturers of the 6nly HotDrawn and Hammer 1olnted Horse Shoe Nail In the For sale by all dealers In Horse Nails and Horse AddresSNeponset NA STf Temple Whi 433 where he ntnyhae tlon on tbojilinQ has removed td Boom Century oornef es for any teacher in 4 STATE May S Gentlemen have annlvzod a sample marked han Brothers Toledo lieer received from with the following results It contains per and one pint con tains B14 grains ofmalt and hop Itisfreo trom adulterations and This beer is thoroughly and of ox cellont DAKA State Tlie above beer can be had in barrels or bottles for family use at Mi ENGELHARD ft 20d and 505 Washington Bole Agents for tho New England How the Turks are Aided by tho Tho Biissians Waiting for the TBv Cable to The Boston June Timess loading arti cle Pays little war news lias reached within the hist icw There aro vaguo reports ol improbable There arc rumors such oa continually uriso during n n disposition to but the campaign in its main fea tures is not marked by any now light ngainst the A per sistent deluge of ruin presents greati obstacle to their advance than the Turkish Barely IHIK a war gone so slowly EXTKAOJiDINAKY PUECADTIONS AGAINST ACCIDENT TO THE Czar is expected to arrive it Ploijesti on Tho most elaborate preparations have been made for the safety of the Czur during the latter portion of his as rumors of a conspiracy against his life have been riie for some to 1loijosti toil battalions of will pcotkrcd along thelino of railway for his During the night torchbearer will be Ilacod ut short distances from each other along the so that nothing can huppifi without becoming immediately THK OBSTACLES IN THE WAY OF CROSSING THE June A telegram from Ploijosti says that it is now certain that the passage of the Danube by the army will not bo at tempted before some The inundations oirtlie river are on such ah overwhelming scale ns to vendor tho crossing an extremely otis undertaking before the middle of tho Tho Grand Duke Nicholas is credited with the remark that ho intends to float the double eagle standard along tho streets of Constan tinople before his legions return to thoir north ern homes that there is no intention of hold ing that but that the Turk cannot bo made to feel that he is crushed until his cap ital is in temporary possession of his con The which formerly received much favor at to found u now compris ing Herzegovina and with an Austrian Archduke as is still on Archduke son of Archduke seems to be the BRITISH OBSERVERS NOT WANTED IN THE RUSSIAN June refuses all applica tions of British officers to accompany tho army as The British military attache at Petersburg after confidential recommended his countrymen nolhto repeat of press such DEPLORABLE CONDITION OF AFFAIRS IN CONSTANTINOPLECHAOS REIGNING SU Special Despatch to Tho Boston NEW June Times special cable from Constantinople says that tho corruption and bribery which arc rife everywhere destroy nil chances of Turkish There are no no and no order in tho man agement of All the carriage horses in tho country have been seized by tlio Govern ment for war Another body of tli Softas wore They wero accom panied to Hie vessel in which they took their departure by a large number of Tho Siiltun is a With throe hundre women ami five thousand persona of all classes in the 1iiluce to fee i the strain on the is There in not a particle of patriotism among officials to give ground tho slighted Contracts for army stores and equip ments are awarded by means oi bribery oC the officials having tho matter in advertisements in the newspapers of contract open to general competition are more and nro connived at by the Minister of Wat1 and those who surround Tho Constitu tion of tbo country is also a and disro gurded in every possible Tho Parlia mentary Deputies are retiring to thoir homes in and tho laws which have been passed will never bo put in The Minister of says that Turkey will fight to the The Sultan has given up all hope of aid from tho English says that in diplomatic circles in that city great political importance is nttnchedto tho present vis it to Lord Odo the British to Many rumors have boon in circula tion of Into relative to tho part which England is likely to take in tlio present Karftern compli nud a feeling Is gaining ground that an AngloAustrian alliance with mnler certain of is OTIO of the possibilities of the near In any Lord Odo Russells visit at the present juncture is looked upon as being of more than usual Another diploma tic event which is much spoken of is tho probable visit of Count the Russian Minis ter to to Prince Bismarck at Kissen gcn on his return from Petersburg to Lon Vaguo rumors of an approaching peaceful solution continue to bo circulated notwithstand ing tho repeated contradictious recently given them by tho bestinformed Berlin Tho Austrian fleet in the Levant has boon in showing that Austria considers her interests to some extent hnporillod in that This would seem to give some color to the rumor of an AngloAustrian THK SITUATION IN Tho Circassian Insurrection Pronounced a of By Cable to Tlio Boston June telegram from Syra says great discouragement exists iu official cir cles in Constantinople because it is not known how a sufficient force can be collected to resist tho Russian The hopes that tho cap ture of SongkonmKaleh would load to au insur rection in tho Caucasus have now Tho Circassians feared Russia and laid down their Turkey is weak from material which render it difficult to maintain a long It officially annonncod from Constantinople that tho reported capture of Arduhaii is FROM THE Additional Instructions to the New York Custom House CARFIELD IN A He Makes Too Flat a Denial and is Promptly VARIOUS GENERAL Window Imported Scotch Holland Window made and hung on spring fixtures for II 58 Store any bents per sauarp Custom Shade 3 School GOERS should FERAS SENTIMENT IN The London Times Criticising Gladstones Speech at By Cable to The Boston I June In an article on Gladstones Birmingham complains that neither tlie speech nor the resolution adopted by the meetine tells us what wo are to says the they had spent tho whole day In singing national hymns and dancing national they could not have addressed themselves loss to the particular fac ulty now most taxed in the Eastern Tlio Times also finds it almost in that neither in the Birmingham reso lution nor in Gladstones speech is there any recognition of the material faot that Russia and Turkey have now been a whole month at Tho subject is throughout discussed an If it were still and only re quired England to put on bold front and to be true id herself to bring it to a happy con AlfliWNOK TALKED Jwe despatch few WAK NOTES BY Interest in Attitude Among tlie Capture of Minor Matters from tlio Scats of From the Foreign Files of Stay The Constantinople of the London Daily Nowssays Wo rocoivu in thi oapitiil more telegrams about tlio supposed in tontions of Kiifrhind than wo do about tho war Whether it be tbat them is really vorv little doinK either on the Danube or iu Asia or that neither llouter nor any one else cures to let us know what is goiiifr it is cer tain that MII know very litllo indeed ol tlie mililary But 11 day passes telegram to prove ICiiglimd in scion goiuir to declare war Iov On tbo stronnfh ofthese only Kujjlish newspaper in tlio place assured its renders yestevdny tbat it is not difficult ti per ceive tliilt ICiiilaiid cuiitomplatcs the inont of liussiaii Tlio iiublioiitiou of Lord Derbys reply to tlie circular of Gortseliakoff lias done a jjood dual to restore tbo faith of tbe Turks in tbo support of Kiig There was great rejoicing in iloi josti over the capture of in by tlie Tbe following was be telegram sent to Pe tersburg by tbo of the Army of the Caucasus 19 concerning tho affair 1 have the honor to coiiRrnlulnto your Majesty on the occasion of the capture ol 1 have itist received the following telegram 1roni General MelikolV Tho outworks of its sixty iinnionso stores of pro visions nnd tho enmj formerly occu pied by fourteen battalions of and tlin citadel lie at the feet of his On the 17th the admirable lire of our artillery hnd be tween nnd 0 a brennh in the wnlls of ihe At II oclock the Titlls nml Baker nnd the advanced to the The enemy could not withstand the on slaught and took to leaving a great number of dead on the our cavalry pursuing them in spite of the At 0 our troops traversed the whole ns well as all tho while the bunds played the liussian National The troops are full of enthusi The Russian flag has boon hoisted on all tlio Our loss is not yet precisely It is believed that one otlicor nnd lifty soldiers have been killed and four ofllcors mid 180 men I cannot find sufficient words of praise for tho courage nnd coolness displayed by our young soldiers or for the good dispositions made by tlie A solemn service will be held toctay at the central point of the MI the pres ence of the A London Standard corrospon eut hours that tbe Commissariat Department of the Kiissian army is not working so satisfactorily tlie other There is an abundance hut the arrangements for distribut ing them are not The Pasha of Podgoritea on May 19 notified to tbo Voivodo commanding the nearest Mon tenegrin position that ho intended to fire a salute for the Turkish victories in and requesting tbat it might not be interpreted as au act ol Tho Prince in that if a gun wore fired from that side towards the Montenegrin it would bo replied to by shotted The fired from the battery farthest from the A correspondent informs tho London Globe that tho liussiaii Government are engaging a number of steam launches and flouting rams for tbe purpose of placing torpedoes in the waters around It is not anticipated that any Turkish vessel will appear in Russian tho preparation of tbu Government for defence being occasioned solely by tlio belief that in tlio eventuality of hostilities with the British fleet would display greater attacking onorgy than was tho case during tho Crimean Tbo Globo also hears that enforced sub scription for tbe wounded is being raised by tbe KuBsian Government among the employes throughout the The subscription con sists of the arbitrary subtraction of one par from the monthly It has givau groat doubts being generally entertained ns to tho eventual expenditure of it for the purpose for which it is The in its issue of May warns tho Minister for foreign Affairs against continuing longer tbo policy of and urges immediate aotiou for tlio protection of the EOBEIGN General Grant Dines witli Ilia of Wol llnuton uncl Meets tho Nobility of 10up By Cable to Tbe Boston Grant enter tained last at a grand banquet at the Apsley given in liis honor by the Duke of It was a srlendld and hearty The guests worn and Count nnd Countess Lord and Lady Lord and Lady Marquises Sllgo and Earl Viscount Lords George tho Marchioness of Countess of Hard CouuteBS of Lady Lady Emily Peel and Lady Miss and a number of others well known to the London world of high social Gen oral Grant was given precedence in tho honors of the escorting the Duchess of Wei lington to and afterwards escorting her to the reception at which were present the Duke and Duchess of the Duke am Duchess of the Duke and Duchess of and many of those moutionec There were no speeches of note at th whick was a private though brilliun tho afternoon the Prince o Wales gave a private audience to Genera Grant at Marlborough Death of Hie Queeu of the THE Jyne Queen of the cMed Special Despatch to Tho Boston June in structions to the Commission in the New York Cus tom House investigation were forwarded They relate to salaries nnd questions of par ticnlnrly with reference to certain dutiable articles1 in by various tho true intention of tho duty imposed is and the articles mode to appear of lower As an instance of this the duties on sugar may be The duties under existing statutes nnd regulations are covered by tho duty in which there are certain It appears that sugars belonging to the high grades by patent process are made to represent the color and appearance of 7 Dutch which is the correct and after entry are re stored to the true It is possible that tlie investigations of the Commission on those latter in structions will result in the abolition of the Dutch and a substitution of a duty based upon tlie nniount of saccharine matter The recommendation of the Board of Trade favoring a change from ad valorem to specific duties will also form the subject of investigations for the Commis sion on the questions of customs and will form the basts oE legislation on the tariff at the next session of GAIUTIELDS One Who Sow tlui Presidents Letter Cbal leiiKoH Him to Publish the Correspon Narrow Hole to Creep Out iSpcclnl Dispatch to The Boston June tho General Agent of tlio National Associated Press IAK Sin Gcnernl James Garncld addressed the following letter from Juno to the Associated which was immediately published through them DKAII Bin 1 have just seen In tho Cincinnati Com ot this from tho Now York wlmt purpoilfi to bo a luttor of the President to It ly ft 1orgery In every line uurt Signed The letter of tho President to General Gnrlleld was published by mo in the Now York Sun of May with tlio following introduction Tho Const tutlcii limits tho choice ot a Speaker to the lower It snvs the House of Koprcsentatlvcs shull choose Ihocipcnkor nnd other olHcom with tlilB uholuo no executive can since tho lliAiBc of in 1781 declared it a breach of Imiilumcnlul privilege to report any opinion or pretended opinion ot tlio king on any hill or pro ceeding depending in either House of Parlia ment with a view to Intluence the votes of tlie The common law of par liamentary HBsemblirB him kept executive influence debarred from Just a fortnight after Hayes to keep liny letter on party matters long It wus not pretended that the letter as published in the Sun n literal but simply in tho following state is n substantially oorroot version of The intention of General as his letter plainly to deny Unit any such let tor wns written to I maintain that there and thnt General iorlleld deliberately suppressed tlio truth in his which is as bail ns wilfully uttering n The letter written to Gen eral Gnrlicld by the President was shown by him to a score of persons within a few hours after he re ceived Among those favored with its perusal were three Republican General Gnrfleld then desired the letter to bo order to give him u graceful opportunity of with drawing from the Senatorial contest in The 1nct thnt tlie President hud overstepped the bounds of oflicinl and possibly committed a broach of the privilege of the House of Repre sentatives in assuring Garileld that ho would use his Influence to secure his election to the Speakershlp wns and it wns further suggested that the publication of tho letter would bo productive oC serious Acting upon this Garfleld stilted thnt tho simple announcement that he with drew from tho Senatorial contest at the written request of the President would be No secrecy wns enjoined upon any of tho parties to wliom this letter wus and more than one copy of it is in The letter written by tlie President to Gnrfleld within a fort night after his inauguration is of the utmost for the reason that with prof osb tons of u fixed determination to illustrate by his Administration the beauties of civil service Hayes deliberately interfered to inr fluence tlie action of the representatives of the people of tho State of in selecting a States Sonntorj In order to in duce a candidate for that high to withdraw nnd thus secure the election of his tho President pledged his Influence to secure the elevation of the withdrawing candi date to a higher and vastly more influen tial That the letter to Gen eral Gorfield unequivocally asks him to withdraw from the Senatorial contest in and assures him of the determination of the President 1o exert his Influence to prevent the Democratic majority from organizing the House of Represent tives and to secure the election of Gnrfleld to tho Spenkersbip cannot be successfully I challenge General Garfleld to publish the to authorize those to whom It was exhibited to make publie their if he their recollec tion of its Signed NOTES OF THE Tlio of Hopuiilicnnit In the North Object to the Southern but Will Sfaiul by Npiiclnl Despatches to The Boston June Wlndom rrlvcd In this city having spout some recks among his constituents in He tutcs that tho Republican party of his State and ho while not iu sympathy with the residents action iu South Carolina and are not disposed to make any but to ac the situation lie does not think here is any danger of serious injury to the party resulting from this abnormal of losnys that the elections in the Northwestern States will demonstrate the harmony which pre The Samuel Itandull and family will cave Washington on the 14th for where he will spend the The United States school ship eighteen LieutenantCommander Uoby Kvans com sailed from the Navy Yard today on a rractice her destination being Gen eral chief of and Colonel uldedeeampto General and Colonel agent of the National Associated are on board as guests of the commanding The crew and apprentices number upwards of It is stated that Marshal Pitkin of to whom President addressed a letter a short time nsking for his has declining to comply with the request of the Presi and suggesting that under the circumstances lie would prefer to be Tho American vessel William which violated certain port regulations at was recently subjected to heavy and the mas ter threatened with imprisonment but at the in stance of the State Department the Madrid Gov SB an act of International nave remitted the line and directed the abandonment of further The United States General at Havana telegraphed that the vessel can now return without The State Department has received Information by cable from the legation at Madrid that the war taxation on loretcners in Cuba is now settled by a reduction from thirty per to twentytwo and onehalf per The will apply to in comes of citUens of the United States and all other friendly Senator Moriill of Vermont has taken advantage of the report of the army engineers against the completion ofthe Washington Monument on tho original plan to bring forward a scheme for using the part of the monument already 175 feet in as a pedestal for a brouie statue of Washington seventyfive feet In ths Vermont the design for thla   

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