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Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - July 26, 1880, Boston, Massachusetts r MONDAY JULY PRICE TWO THE PQUHGAl Dissatisfaction Among the Re publican How Hayes Has Raised Breeze iu His The Massachusetts Democracy NEW July Heralds special from Ban Francisco says A telegram from the east announcing that President Hayes will take the stump on the racitic coast 1or Garfleld dur ing his visit here in September meets with condemnation by many in the Republi can The Democratic organs very frankly state that if Hayes takos the stump be be treated as any other stump and they could not wish for a better opportunity than that would afford for expanding his fraudulent His vetoing the Chinese restrictive emigration bill would also be a delicious and botb would toe used effectually against Garfleld as a warm friend and sunporter of the President in tbese The Republican paper of the late secretary of the state central com alluding to this this the following Forthe honor and glory of the country we hope We hope the presi dential office will not be brought so low in Ameri can politics as to see its incumbent mounting the hustings to make votos for the party with wnich bo It would be a disgrace that would sink so deep in the senses of the nation as to be If Republican leaders do euter tEdn such an idea for a moment as securing stump speeches from tho President of the United we say in tho uame of iu the name of all that is patriotic and cease all efforts in that and if the Republican party cannot win its fight with out dragging in the mud the great robes of the presidential then wo say let the Republican party be As President of the United States will on his arrival be appro priately if not enthusiastically received iu San but the first stump speech will sever bim from the THE AT 3VEW SCepubllvon LuauierH in From a Staff e NEW July met at dinner yesterday in this city halfadozen Republican friends who me a little Insight into tho purposes and schemes of some of the prominent members of the party and judging from the stories which he told everything is not so harmonious and lovely as tlio letter from Mar shall Jewell to John Logan would lead the unsus pecting public to The centre of dissatisfaction seems to he in tho great states of New Pennsylvania and although Illi nois shares in the sentiment to a degree which is dangerous to the success of Garflelu even iu that The principal cause of the trouble seems to be this There is an element in the Republican party although not large enough to con trol the details of party policy nor to shape its has anegative influence in its discipline and Those men have fought tor years against the rule of tho rings at under the Idea that tho Republican organization could be reformed by men within Its own Tlieir boldest aiid one which they believed woud be WRS at tiic Chiciigo convention in Here they found the one candidate whom tliey most desired to defeat with a constant strength of SOB votes standing as lirmlv as a and witli a prospect of nominating their Ixext to him was a faction almost as and equally reso lute in the determination to pull through with their who was no loss objectionable to the and who developed a strength of liS6 which clung to him Until the Final When upon tho thirtysixth ballot they found that those two elements been they thought that half their battle was They had nominated a man who was not satisfactory to either of the men against whom their were most directly but immediately upon tlie heels of the Republican convention conies the tact that the nominee of the party nueks by bar gains and trades to conciliate the verv leaders against whom the more independent wing of tho Republican piirty has so strenuously Tho contest iu Illinois was largely upon tho leatlcrshin of John but now as the price of iiis fealty to the present candidate he has put in charge of the Illinois This has in re ality been done by the connivance of Garlield Nothing more unsatisfactory than this uonld be done in any western It la alienat ing hundreds of men from the and there ore those jimoug my Republican friends here who will not venture a positive prediction that Illinois will be carried by They see the feeling is intensifying every As to it is not yet known vrhetber he will be so placated as to go to work earnestly or He has a senatorial tight to take care and if there is hope of carrying the legislature iu this state he will be found working with his whole might in that As to whether ho will work heartily anil earnestly for Oarneld is yet an open Senator Garlield wrote to him asking for his and also desiring to know could be dono to satisfy In reply Sen ator as is asserted by those who oughl to be and are well demanded two things Aft the Price of His for the presidential that John Sherman should not a member of nor have anj voice in the incoming administration that ho should have the control of tho Now York customhouse and other federal offices in tho so that he could run the Garheld either personally or through his that to the proposi tion concerning Secretary it could not be acceded to because of the fact that if such abargain should be made it would raise such a time in Ohio the state would bo irrevocably any rate it is asserted that Garileld wrote another letter to Senator making new and that the senator with the hyperiou locks has not ynt deigned to The trouble in Pennsylvania is that after Don the loader of the Grant had been defeated at Senator obey ing his trimming personally rc quested of Cameron that he should accept ttie position of chairman of the national com and conduct the Republican fight as is well known to everybody was positively refused by the Pcnnsylvani But tho fact that who was sup posed to represent tho opposition to Grant should stoop to ask of Grants principal bench man the personal conduct of the nationalcam paign has had nearly as great effect among the Ienusylvania opponents to Grant ns would the acceptance of the chairmanship by In Ohio all tho facts which I have related an well and together with the be lief that Garfield was treacherous to his friend havo caused no small stir and n Uttlo bitterness of feeling among the Ohio Repub Tho is so strong that out of Shermans friends said to me that hewouk not bo preaily surprised if which had no failed to pive a Republican majority iu every presidential election Mnce the ItepuVihean part was should this yenr leave that column it the Democrats were wise and There lias been a deil of speculation In lleciird to cloliii SlieriutvuB Own in the prepent I have it from one o bis own who is somewhat in his court that will not be active during tho present Ho will make one speech ctrefully elaborate Jind iu favor of He could no do less than this without showing that tin chagrin at Garliclds action at Chicago has punc tured the but he will do nothing nior than set himself right with tlie party to whom he owes all the honors of bis Sliernuu not probably be seen in active political life tc any great extent in the As a senator ant in the cabinet he has occupied a score of years o public duties in the high councils of the nation Having been defeated fur tho presidential nomiua there is nothing higbtr for him to and be feels that he owes the Republican party nothing He has had fluttering offers of businef and it is not improbable that th close of his official term he will encage iu a part nership with some ot our largest financial house In New York or He argues that h has accomplished a before him tha are no greater honors for him to win in public life that his tastes run In the dircctioL of financial and that he ruoie profltablv and more cornlortuhl engage in those than to continue a political lile But according to my Kiimbllcan friends th Grant interest and the Sherman interest are no the only ones which will He reasonably quiesceu during the three lihmie am bis personal friends are not greatly enthused ove the nomination of James Mr liluine lias a senatorial succession to loo alter He does not care for u Democrat oolloagoe just and therefore in his own lie will probably work strenuously to carry th in order that a Republican may b dcctfd o tucceed but bis work o our years ago will not be Ho will not ake the untiring in erest In Election of Ourfleld ho did in tne success of the Republican party iftor Hayes had been nominated at 3is will strive less ardently for the success of the presidential ticket now than four ears If his own friends quote him cor lie does not care particularly who wins the and he is even indifferent in regard to tho jubernatorial contest in his own considers that he has no debt of gratitude upon which tho Republican party can He has kopt his state steadily iu line lor more than twenty His mind alone brought success out of the dancers ot defeat last and still he ilnds thousands ot and scores of Republican papers exultant at his It is because of tbis that he will lot enter into the present campaign with his jest work and most earnest But there s a still stronger element of Republican apathy hari among either tho tho Sherman or the Elaine It Is among those whom I allude to in the first portion of this the iudepe who sought most strenuously to defeat Tiant and Maine at the convention in the hope that thn party could be relieved from the rule of shat ring which has controlled it for half a score of But with Garlields truckling to all the objectionable elements in the in stead ot standing firmly upon his dignity as the candidate for the highest office in the with his loading himself down with such conditions that ho cannot fail to be surrounded with tho same class of man as was the second Grant they feel disheart discouraged and and it is safe to predict that even those of this class who stay within the linos of the Republican party nomi nally will put no no enthusiasm and no money into the Kepnblican THE Tine SubCommittees of the Two fitntc Com mit teen Agree Upon a Hails of Compro Harmonious The subcommittees appointed by the two Demo cratic state central committees to perfect a plan for the complete union of both wings of the party in this state met yesterday at the Revere Tho following gentlemen were present Colonel Jonas Colonel Henry Edward John George William William Thomas Fletcher and Colonel The absentees were Major McCallerty of Worcester and Charles K of Colonel Jonas French and acted as The meeting was thoroughly each member of the cou fercnce using his best endeavors to promote good feeling and secure united some discussion it was voted to recom mend to tho full committees that a call signed by the chairmen of both organizations bo issued for a state convention to be held in Mechanics on the first day of On motion of Northend of it was voted that it is expedient that the chairmen and taries of the two organizations join in a recom mendation to the town and city where the organizations have not already throughout tho that they unite In a call for a caucus for the next Democratic state conven at which town and city committees for the next year may be chosen and if in any town either committee shall decline to unite in such that the state committee of tho organization to which such committee belongs shall appoint some suitable person to join with the committee of such other organization in such unless tlie two committees in such town or city shall agree upon a different A plan will also be submitted to the respective committees by their by which the interests of both branches of the party may be fully protected in the organization ol the state The details are not yet and will not be until tho two state committees hold their Kvory member or the conference expressed him self us confluent that tbe bodies which they sev erally represented would readily adopt the sug gestions and recommendations yesterday agreed At no distant day headquarters will bo opened in Boston for tho use of the state committee and the proper conduct of the The Seven Electoral Votes of Maine votes for a governor on the 13th of Sep and in November for presidential elec She has seven votes in tho electoral Those seven votes ought to be cast for an honest man they will be cast for an honest man if wise counsels prevail among tho citizens of Maine who agree iu wanting the Republican party turned out of the white house and the The voters of Maine who are opposed to tho Republican with ids record of corruption at Washington and at and its corrupt men still in were in a majority at the last state They are probably in a majority Yet to throw away the advantage which their numbers give them will bo as easy as shoot ing a twentyTtiveiiich piece of spar timber down a greased the antiGarfleld folks in Maine think it best to count the seven votes of their state for corruption and for their programme is an exceedingly simple The first thing that they must do is to take it for granted that Blaine is so sore over his defeat for the presidential nomination that he will make no especial effort to retain bis power in the They can simplify matters by going even further and assuming that Blaine is a they must pay resnectful attention to the yawp of noisy little who will toll them that the first step toward reforming tho federal administration is to put noisy little poli ticians into fot by dwelling on small small local rivalries and small differences of they must gradually lose sight of tho great object which in have now in Tlio process has been often tested in other states of the and is invariably If there happen to be two organizations in tho antiGarficld party in they must get or some other to tie their tails together in a sailors square and hang them over a line so that they can lie mutually disagree able to the best whentherels no longer anything left of either tho thing is on the other the majority of voters in Maine are anxious that honesty should have a chance in Washington and In the pro gramme is quite as simple a that which we have and rather more satisfactory in tho LNow York Ilniuuohirc State July Grafton County Democrat of in an editoria article reviewing the political situation in the proposes the name of Joseph Bur rows of this place for saying of him He is a man in tho prime of and could command the votes of his and if would fill tbe executive chair with abil Burrows has represented this town three times in the was once nis party candidate for and ban for the past three years represented the fifth councillor district This section of the state has not had the guberna torial chair for and the nomination of Mr Burrows would bo hailed with delight by the mocracy of tbis Northern New Hamp shire would be solid for him iu the convention should he consent to the use of bis General Hancocks Xietter of NEW July is now pretty well un derstood that General Hancock will have his let ter of acceptance written and ready for delivers to the eliairman of the committee on notification by next It will be and will be of a straightforward It is not understood that Englishs letter of ao oeptance will appear at the same acd it will probably not for some days Political ExRepresentative Meltpn Southard of Ohio ar rived ut Washington yesterday from that biate He says everything looks well for the Democrats Secretary has consented to take an active part in the pending and will do liver his Urit speech iu Now xork early in Seji It has been decided to hold a Hancock and Eng lish ratification meeting at Angus Tammany and Irving halls have MgniMen ai intention to send From present in dicatlons the mooting will bo one ot the larges ever held in the The following sicniiicant telegram was sent bj n prominent Massachusetts Prohibitionist to tho chairman oi the late convention at Accent Wijen IlcpulH liean ncek to break up temperuucti conven tions our cause o Jesus to have mercy on as bo is penitent or the crime he has He lid not in cnd to kill his although she was ud tho knife he used was one which ho titained to defend himself from a threatened his He did not come to his country to steal or kill lie came to make a good but was He never Irank or played did ho loiter in a nit had trouble all tbe Bnlbo is a plain ooking but His wife was a oodlooking THE HUDSON A New Plan Adopted for Getting at the Bodies of the Victims Their Recovery Not Likely To Be Effected for Two To and The arrivals and departures of steamers at tbe principal ports yesterday were as follows Marathon iroiu Ainerique from New York Lau rent for New Adriatic and New Victoria lor Ncilerhind for Caland for New Alogrl lor New Bothnia and Wyoming tor New Arizona from Pletro XftulboB NEW July the Italian who is sentenced to be hanged Friday next for the murder of his says he is prepared forthe Lut trusts in Gods mercy and that Gov ernor Cornell will grunt biui a Ho uravs July Tho meadows in the neighborhood of tbo tunnel disaster wore thronged all Every brlok ille and trestlework of tbo railroads near were filled with Tho vhioh had boon working hud succeeded in clearing tbe shaft of At 8 oclock this morning tho fatal airlock was but there wore no signs the buried It is believed the dead cannot be recovered from this The divers who went reported that the inner door of the airlook was jammed by alien timber and iron It could not bo This led the companys agent to attempt a recovery by other They concluded to sink a cofter dam parallel with tho By G yesterday the skeleton of a coffer dam was Tbe plan of as explained Superintendent Ando r is as follows The coffer dam will be sunk gradually till the bed of the tunnel is The arch of the tunnel and iron plates then will bo torn away and search made for the Anderson thought they would bo recov ered Wednesday or Should any ob stacle prevent the proper it may bo weeks before they are who Is superintending the operations of the coller thinks it will take two weeks to sink Tho officers of the company do not believe that tho structure has caved in under tho river or that the men were crushed in tho They still hold to the theory that they were drowned by the sudden inflow of and that the bodies will be found about twenty five feet below the Superintend ent Anderson is of tho opinion that tho however long tbo work of recovery may will be found in a state of preservation and their identification bo His idea is that they are confined iu the or near in an air tight compartment where decomposition will not set in for Crowds lingered about until far into tho STEAMER BURNED At Hscrcpc of the July The steamboat Dexter was burned to the waters edge She was a now owned by the Evansvillo and Cairo 1acket The fire caught when she was in the middle of the and tho pilot had barely time to turn her towards the shore before the wheelhouse was In flames about Kngineer Bakor Reynolds reversed the engine and backed to an island iu the whoro the crew and officers got some of them badlv She had no hut had a cargo of salt and en routu f iom Fittshurg to Loss on steamer loss on cargo not THE SAD SUICIDE Of StMk Wetmorc nt Mnrqnis of Anglesey NEW July cable special from Paris says tho Voltaire of tbis morning is the first of the Paris journals to break silence in re gard to tho WetmoreAnglesoy although tho suicide took place on Wednesday last and the newspapers must have bocii iu possession of the facts the next Tbo Voltaire denounces the conduct of Anglesey in indignant terms and calls for his expulsion from the Tho funeral services were celebrated this morning tho Protestant Episcopal clutrcb in tho Rue Bayard by who had gla though not what would bo called a reg ular was very pretty and had great fasci nation of She was a Miss Annio Dough erty before her marriage with William Wet her former Their mar ried life was not altogether and for some time before their actual divorce there was what is known as a Marino thn wife being in and her husband in who is superintendent of a Western instituted divorce proceedings against her in on the ground of de it is knew nothing of the matter until after the divorce was but expressed herself NAVIGATION RULE3 Which Are Calculated to JLcnien the Dan gers nt July naval department will soon issue a circular setting forth the now in ternational rules for preventing collisions at which have been adopted by tho leading nations of the and which have been approved by the cabinet for tbo guidance of our own vessels on tho high In foggy weather steam vessels are required by the now rules to sound a prolonged blast at intervals of not more than two instead of a blast at intervals of not moie than one Tho rules of sailing vessels are entirely and appear verbatim as follows A sailing ship under way shall make with hor fog ut intervals of not more than two on the starboard ono blast when oil the port two in succession ami when with the wind abaft the thrco blasts in By the new rules vessels not under way wil ring the ucll at intervals of not more than two instead of live minutes as by tho stat By the statute steam vessels must at a moderate speed in thick weather by the new rules all Kulo 10 of tho jtrovid lug that two Bailing vessels approaching end on to each other must put their holms is ouiitted from tbo new rules as Tho steering rules for sailing vessels are as follows Article When two sailing ships are approaching one another so as to involve risk one o them shall keen out of the way oi tbo other as fnllowK UU A ship whleh is running tree shall keep out ol Uu way oi1 a ship which is b A ship which is eloeehauled on tbe lack shall keep out oi tlie way of H shin closehauled on tbo starboard tarlc c When both arc runniui free with the wind ou ml ferent sides tbe ship whleh bus wind on the nort side shall keen out ol the way ol1 tlio d When both are running with the wind ou the same side thn ship which is to windward shall Itoop out of tho way of tho ship which is to d A Bhip wblcl has the wind aft shall keep out oi the way of the other A note to the rules explains that the rule in re gard steamers meeting does not apply by day to cases in which a ship scos another ahead cross ing her own or by night to cases where the red light of one ship is opposed to the red light oi the or where the green light of one ship is opposed to the green light of the other or where a red light without a green or a green light without red light is seen or where both grcflti and red lights are seen or where both green and red lights are seen anywhere but It Murder Lor July friends of Judge a banker ul who disnppeurct mysteriously at Relay depot over a year have been telegraphed to emne here with a view o identifying a body found by workmen excavating for a much decomiKsed and in i long zinc is t case ol the right arm being the throat cut and head Identification will have to bo made the Tho body appears to have been in the ground about as long Mayo lias been Tho relatives of Mayo have hundreds of dollars trying to find his being tin generallyaccepted thcorv that the banker was hired from the railroad train on which he was uo iup homo and murdered and Drowning Accident ut July George Brigg of who had been stopping at th cottageof his llass Kocks was drowned while bathing In the surf ut Little Uood Harbor lhi He was thirtj years tbe son of Henry and a widow and Tho body will be taken ti his for The NEW July Tanner visited Union Square park at U oclock this remaining till In respect to the day he did not take his usual He drank cold water from time tc time during the day and took an occasional nsp At midnight he was bleeping Accidentally shot IXDiANApoi is July Deorgc fifteen years of flint hi brother twelve years with a small to pistol loaded with two One bail took of Jcct in the right truivle and the other pcnetratei the 1Ee wuvmdeu boy will iirulmbly STEERS Selected in Lonis by Two Spanish For the Sham Bullfights Soon to Come Off in New One Steer Has Fun with an Ama teur Mtotadore with One Louis Podro Fernandez aurt Mariano Dins nro bull fighters all the vay from Being foreign ers they knew little this smrt being accustomed to taking bulls by the horns it is lrobablo they are strong and fearless but whether it was due to their ignorance of the sort of a place East Louis or their disre gard of the possible consequences of a visit to the other side of the yesterday found thorn passing through the transMississippi suburb ou their way to the stock They jot to the stock yards in where they at once sat about accomplishing the object ol their This was to select a number of Texan steers for shipment to New where a sham bullDebt is to be given in the near future by a company of imported managers and The men and boys who either have business in or hang around the stockyards were treated to a sample of what the New York exhibition is to as they watched the two Senors Fernandez and tost the mottle and muscle of the animals placed before them for Of the arena was not tricked up to the exalted standard of Castiliaii taste the amphitheater held uo Hashing eyes or raven ringed faces of Spanish no members of the Spanish uo sciou of royalty to make danger inviting and oven death fascinating no applauding and encouraging thousands to bridge the moments with and no grand such as the opera of Carmen to inspire the matadore with the nroudnosH and grandeur of his Instead of those mag nificent tne stockyards provided only fences for the lighting and men and boys on the fences and behind the fences were The Only It is a truth more firmly and clearly established than the distance of the sun or the height of the stars tnat anything rod will make a bull This is the theory the imported bullfighters will work on and make money out of in this At in fair they not only play the red on the but they have with sharp goad the animals into the wildest and tho hull that irst has his feelings hurt by tho scarlet bauderillo has also his hide pretty liberally pierced by the picador before ho is in the iiercelyfrantic condition necessary to a firstclass Spanish exhibition of this Tho prevent the brutal treatment of tho beasts in this and people who patronize the claAtlutitlc bulltight will bo allowed to see just how mad the animal can get when ft rod Hag is flaunted at and with what craoe and agility the matadore can get out of his way when the bull in anxious to toss something or somebody on his lioins That is just what tho imported bull light will look There will lie no blood to no mine of the native hurrah and extravagant Ilithusiasm that would accompany such an occasion In Madrid or In nny other part of Alfonsos Senors Fernandez and JMns u begin their unnirled a and rising three pieces wood In unright pyra midal form covered them with the rod and surmounted the design with a A Texas a magnificentlooking with strength in its lire in its nostrils and lightning in its eyes when fully was admitted to I ho matadores sat on tho fence and leisurely awaited the result of the Tho steer walked around the calm and XTncoitocloiiH off the Dancer at At txirninp his oyes in the direction of the red he instantly faced his eyes his limbs lire running through his veins and beating through his nos and his whole attitude one of aggressive lo He stood for a moment riveted to tho fascinated into hut the names in his eyes soon glowed more his nostrils and burning witli tho that pursed through grew pawed tho lashed his tail against his foamed at tho when his frenzy had reached the made a wild rush for tho banderillo and lie swept over the space like a maddened and ditching his head against the scarecrow sent hat and pieces of wood llynig in all This was the in stant for the to get to work the ani mal was quivering with rago leaping from the they crossed tho pen toward the one ou this eido and the other on Fernandez threw out his flaunting it bo lore the was soon an object of interest and Tho with foam ing mouth and llaming rushed for the For an instant it looked as if Fernandez would take a balloon voyage without the balloon the bull was hoadfnjrforhim with a full head of Texas steam and uis broad horns pointed directly at the It may not be tho way they do ju but the made forthe and scrambled out of the pen like a boy leaving a watermelon patch behind when a bulldog and a man with a flhotgmi are anxious to He got out of the steers way just in tiino to save a patch ou the scat of who was at tho other now shook his and rJPlio Frantic turned his attention to this Bias re peated the experience of AVhcn both bulllighters were seated ou the with their clothes in good shape and the lloshy portions of their anatomy they wcro both came to tho conclusion that the stoer would do to bait Yorkers and thev had him marked satisfactory and trotted out of the other steers were one at a and each put through the The Spanish gentlemen were thoroughly satisfied with all tho gmxl excited at sight of tho red and each made tho matadores roost high when they got their aaadcr Senors Fer nandez and selected six of the noble Thoy are alt Unitclass and would as soon gore a and toss him us high as the court house as they would eat and The matadores said they were satistlcd with the whole and one of tho steers received a supplemental indorsement from a oneeyed who is ghid the animal is going to Now York or somewhere This ouocyed man had an Idea that bullfighting was like raising a mustache came All the bulllighting he had over seou he saw with his one uyo yimtor duy at tho and it is prohahlo all he ever will If he ever looks at another lighting steer it will probably bo through a telescope or from the top of a sevenstory He never wants to meet onoagaiu on level ground and in an His idea of a bulltight was bo lind to be pretty slick getting ou fences and getting on The two expert matadores did nothing They just jumped into the nanntcu their and when tho steer came along they just jumped out It was Evmy Falling Jtowu nu Open Conlhole on n Jnrk Night to and he made up his mind that ns soon as his one eye noted the matadores leap into the pen ho would fallow The fifth steer was led grcw furious at sight ol tlic ind wis pawing the lashing its fides and breathing when the umuidures sailed into tin Tlie oneeyed imui tailed in but near thu The uiaddcuvd nicer charged the Uiutadorcb in and they were joon decorating the tcnou with tlio other in chubing them it Kept tho mans one eye busy noting the ami he until the crisis The btcur making directly lur Tlic fence lie was near on the blind side of and he saw only the feuce at the other in px citeiuuiil ho broke lor The distance was not hut to a oneeyed man who had never bat down on a or was under a holeboring a oneeyed man who had everything to lose if he tailed to ticat tlio steer across it tho space have seemed a perfect The specta tors grew enthusiastic and and waved their hats in a manner that would have graced a Madrid I be steer Deemed to appreciate the So did the oneeyed mm probably he appreciated mure but in a different way troin cither the steer or t Lie At any rate be dashed acrois the tne steer ai livery btep was noted by te who shouted to the man to come this way and go and seemed to furget with his single outic lie qould uoi nee ill everybodys direction at Some wanted to bet ou tlie Bonus on the oneejed but the excitement nab too the moments loo fleeting to wuhto io ixing the The oneeyed amateur inauuiore war sweeping the yard like a man rolling down stairs with barrel ut JUmr He wa trving to be traeeiul he watmerely covering The ttetr wan gaining and every now and then tossed bad us bead it It Hull the Man in Itn and the tpcetatorfl IwjUed up to see if the one eyed man bad been But he Shaking the ground with beating oi its and iilacc tremble its tho steer continued at the amateurs and mado several bloodthirsty motions just under the end of his When halt tho pen had boon tho amateurs one as it swept tho took in a and lor this he The steer turned in its course and the oneeyed man just scrambled over and lumped himself into the trough as the steers horns scooped tho of tiic Kven here there little The maddened steer boat his horns tho troughs and sent them onco through an interstice against which the amateur was and a howl announced to the specta tors that thy animal was to be credited with tlrst seat of the oneeyed mans trouKors that he had curried in perfect security into tho trough was rent by one of tho and a scarlet stream lowed from a flesh The amateur had been baptized into his new profession in his own The now wild with broke from the dashing through the caused hoys and men to climb than they haft ever done before in their The oneeyed man was found in the sad but ex perienced Ho was lifted out tendcrlv and his wound examined and bandaged as well as its position would He said his oup of hulllighting was now He had reached tho zenith of matadorist If other people wanted to kill steers they wore at perfect liberty to do but he hrvd made up bis mind to spare the animals in He had caused one bull enough Uenco those steers Ho had a piece of to leave to all oneeyed men who were ambitious to become and that was not to do as the poet Gay wrote Tho lunatics Hat cant lie said to bo Till some onooycd man tries to fight gainst a Tho bull continued its maddened run to Brook and carried dismay into the heart of that vil It was some time until tho animal was lassooed and perfect security by tho inhab The oneeyed mans experience aroused the sympathy of Thomas as there is no society for the prevention of cruelty to oneeyed the authority vested in him ns state representative of the to pre vent further accident by putting a stop to tho ONSET Five Thousand Visitors at the Spiritualists Camp Acidrossen by Cephas Bi Lynn Frank Special Despatch to Tho Boston ONSET July This has been ono of the gala days of tbo series of meetings of tho Spirit ualists at Onset it being what is termed by tho above society their bip and they could say so with propriety today at Onset was visited at one time by so largo as well as so intelligent n concourse of people as today congregated upon Its beautiful and picturesque and strolled throuph Its many lovely avenues and Early in tho morning many wore en route for this resort in conveyances of every from a ouc borse such as our grandfathers to a gentlemans more modern twoin and coming from as far away as and inland where railroad accommodations wcro not to be bad on this particular Many took the advantage of a rido down tho little while not a few visited the seem of the Freeman which can distinctly ho seen from this Tho bay was an animated Over Bulling cralts were gliding here and lloats with large parties arrived from along tho shores of Cape as well as from the western side of tho Marlon anil Worebour It is expected that tho rogatta will be very suc It is to talce place on the under supervision of Joseph Burgess of this Tho excursionists down the bay will be accompanied by a full brass after which ii will take place in tho grove in close proximity to tlic Onset Buy opposite tbe Spiritualist Tho bake will bo under the supervision of Albert Shaw of tho above popular Thu XlxercliiCB of tho The morning services at the speakers stand commenced at before an audience of 2000 The exercises opened with singing by the North Easton after whleh Cephas Lynn of the llaimer of Light staff delivered an able Lynn cuosc for his The coming He argued that it was not a foregone conclusion that Spiritualism would duplicate tho machinery of Some time in tho future a comprehensive spiritual phi losophy would enjoin the circle of time would elapse before that consummation would lie The uuiquo phenomena of Spiritualism must not bo made sacramental to ono form of The Spiritualists did not propose to turn now preachers upon the The church oonld grow clastic and assimilate the now Tho ministry which would bleiM the future would bo tbo lyccum platform upon which competent lecturers would stand and upon a variety of Philanthropy would bo the creed sectarianism would Tho afternoon services opened at oclock Ky an address by Frank Haxiur on Tlio rise and prouTess of modern Spiritualism and its demands upon its The speaker nid that thlrty years ago eommnuiualion the spirit world anil our own was revived better was encouraged and today modern Spiritualism is as never tne attention of the civilized Said he I may say it is an fact with Its millions of open and avowed with tho rirc of Spiritualism much of dogma has said the it is the same reverence which causes the disciples of Jesus to designate the manger wherein tho Xiizarenc was born as tho same feeling which tho poetess at least when alluding to the storm and rock hound coast of our New where the ljil grims sho wrote tiill It holy Tlie soil on whieli they Tho same spirit which actuated pur tho risen Joseph to paint that Tho Dawning from which so many engravings have boon ami which decorate the walls of 30 many houses The address lasted three quarters of an hour and was listened to with great WnftH from the Tho Wileox situated on tho bluffs commands one of the finest views along the shores of Onset Tin as tbis was eagerly soucht The steamboat Nellie from New Bedford brought from that city today an excursion party numbering some A party of five Boston gentlemen has boon stopping at the Onset Bay across the The Hermit of Onset bay was visited at his cabin by a number of reporters Ho would not hold conversation with and they Boon vacated his The clambake given by Burgess of Onset to tho residents and members of the Onset Bay Association was a success One of the novel features was a tub There wero seven who contested for the Ed Burircss received first ami William Hatton second Five hundred people wit nessed the Kxtonsivo arrangements are Doing made hero preparatory to the regatta that is to take place on the A grand excursion is to be given from Onset on tho above 1rofcssor Bart Kobiuson of with his is giving a series of dances in the which are well Home Don people attended the Saiurdav night which waft acknowledged by il to oe the dance of the Tnepday a conference will take place in the In the afternoon there will bo a lecture by Ceorgc and an address and poem by Miss Jennie The following yatiits of tho Xevr Itenford Yacht cluh arrived it Onset a good run from Bedford officer Hanunonct riim fharles Delano Kdward Whit ney fliarles A substantial benetit wjs given Miss Jennie this The exercises took plauc at tlie speakers KKW KK son of Joseph Lcssard of was Saturday while at was burned Insured for small onestory near mett in owned Uy Mnliuel burned tt oelork Loss Insured lor in the Springfield Tho lire was probably CITY Yesterday afternoon Mary Clayborn of Trcimmt street admitted to the city hospital with a fracture of both bones of thelelt ciiused by a tall down a flight of stairs at IS Bennett The alarm from box about oclock last evening was for a tire in an old unoeeupied stable on Washington near tlie llrnokliin owned by The damage wis uUmt and the cause of tho lire from buys play ing with TlireMltliiK Muchluc SAN July A threshing machine blow up near Modesto killing Fireman Iooley and injuring eight onu probably A KSaae CoaeU nuct Cttfc July ine ptago for Brighton wn croing up the Mil beyond Trifles in tho lioracA were frightened by a Hock of springing unset the There were seven passen gers inside and several on many of whom wore Miss nieco of Charles ioodrich of Mornlls sustained a com pound fracture of the leg below the knee daughter of William IMummor of Port broken j Daniel Palmer of head injured Lane of face Several others were THE In cTuly July f 7 M IB G 7t fit R 9 78 n 8 Mean dally Monn dally Moan daily Maximum 85 Minimum 03 Total Tn tho Country nt Ww Signal United States Army of Tologramn aurt Reports for the bene fit of Commerce and Ohsorvatlona taken ut tho same moment ot ttinu at All Place 5 n Fair 111 Fair Erie Ill Now Ct 1 I Now La Kal New York Va Fair Philadelphia 1 O 1 Imltciu For Now cloudy occasional stationary or lower temperature and barom eter winds mostly FOREIGN Tho tho HrHSuli Troopa Iu July despatch from Calml via Calcutta says tho British force will return to India in three ouo vlii ono DatebandamUTcllalabadand the third via Cablil and Mooahitialam Is continuing his efforts to reconcile tho reiunining who aro opponod to Abdul nnd thus far lias been fairly Ayubs army has crossed tho and is now encamped at Tho Hiifciflli troops rorontly dniVntod cavalry at Mahomed tTanl has resigned tho iroYcrmvrtshii oi and uiimuau hatt appointed Yussup Khan in his Tho AUmiitunt by the received hero say that tho Montenegrins attacked the Albanians near killing thirtytwo men and captur ing the cattle of tho The prince of Mon tenegro ordered tho restoration of tho Montenegro has ordered a levy of all mon be tween tho ugos of sixteen and ftotherii HU 111 CUt Jnly tho well Known has relinquished all of his engage ments for twelve mouthSt as his physicians have ordered absolute 4nUlu Greece is negotiating a loan in A lund moofcltig WUH hold In A third earthquake occurred at Manila Satur The Petersburg Golos boldly urges legal re forms in Hevoral German staff ofllcors have accepted sor vica with ionoral Tchornaioff is expected to arrive at pradc on Tho hiirvcst prospects throughout Ireland are cxtHinely The TimoH tin house of lords to reject tho Irish compensation A despatch from Jtarlin says Prince Kismnrck has rclurneil to The marquis TNCUJin oxpocted to arrive in at Mie end of this A despatch from Cnpo Town says tho Basutos are gathering near the Britten An earthquake occurred at and Mount Vesuvius is m a utatu of The German govennnont uae expelled all ot tho Mormon mirfdionariea who luivc Ijuuii seeking con Montenegro has formally informed tlio powers that sho will commcnco hostilities against Al Hohonloho was nt Mnnster whore bo had a long conference with Prineo Minister was present at tho annual ban quet at Trinity and replied to a Theie were a number of dtetinguirthod per sons among tho A number of Socialist students feted Hochc fort and subsequently pre sided at a at whoro Gambelta was denounced as a A Constantinople despatch Bays it estimated aro Turkish soldiurs in and an entire nrrny corps on Tlio Turk tali press extremely hoRtllo to The death of Mra in continues to engross the put lie cause of her death in betioved to have been although tlie Gauloifj said it was from congestion of the The Quebec leginlnturo was prorogued Saturday by LieutenantGovernor The lifLoentli annual festival of tho Washington will commence August li and conUnuu live Denny while wrestling with a fellow iix tho shop of lioyct A at Jell nnd broke his leg below the Saturday the southLiounil fitago to was stopped and the mail nibbed near Flat JOO south of 1 Mexican General Treviwo and hie a daughter of tho American icncral set out for Mexico Saturday from Sun On Slate v tree fell on thn cabin of Amlruw and a crosscut saw hanging on a beam cutting Krakin in I here has been u freshet in tho northeastern part of New wash ing awavall the bridges ou tlie New Mexico ami Southern Pjicitic rail road between Las Vegas and luirlnp a riuarrol at a dance in Cauoo five miles from Van Pelt shot KoHtuter through the Me in in a critical and Van Pelt is under awaiting the AVilliiun a famous tenor singer of New hus been held in ut for defriiniiinc Kodnfy Mickey out of a wagon jiiui valued it nrirt girl 1 1 am id ot under promise of mar At tvro nieces of Farmer living miir the upon arriving from took the team to drive out to their xnicles and run with near tho one being killed and tho othur Mriously The KfiiMnirtou iron mill fc tar Is up lluproprietors ana pmldlers having utnne to Tlio artsnliMitniially iron celling at J HO iu thu pud rilers uro receive Sit 10 per For TWIT tenth ni u cent decline in the pricj of the puiiilern wagcn are to bo reduced leu cents uniil iron reaehrs two ccntH per pound lor every tml h of a cent mtvanon in thn priei1 id iron up to rent per pound the mens wages are tu bo iiurcasncl UtCfii Kiutulur nu Oltl In the country store of at five miles south of Tiionuus sixty yiiu of met a Middru nnd singular lie came into tho Bture under the iutliu iiic ol hnuur and tried to pick u qturrel vuth men sitting talking Finally onu halt in earnest sntl huU in oi lueler and pushed him He lell ou his upon a Still in he gavr hint u whirl which hrolte the old xnunti and he died shortly The Nrw question of the sitw for thv Fgyptian In Ontral park has not yet bftn pubabty ut a uig ol thf park earU next The with the obelisk on 1 hasanchored in North U is understood that it tbe park department will not bear the ex ot i unloving tho Mbolitk lioni the ViuKlorbik will have it Uouc ui cjt MARK tho public for all UsRases requiring a certain and TONIC In torptlttout of Loss of Strength It enrlohns the ons the und ctves new life to tho It nets liko a obiirrn on tho incentive A table spoonful aftor meals will nmpro all spcnricwsynuv Tho only IPO 11 rrepn ration thatwiUnpt blacken tha teeth or give WHtefor tlie Oli BROWN CHEMICAL Sold Wholesale in Boston liy jylfiThSuTitSru QOODlViar Till riirlhwr SH mny be suited at bin Boston I hursda unit and at his New Ynrk Monday und Tuesday of ennh linaton 4U Milk New Ynrk I roan His contulnhiK 1 He mi can of had cases before und utter cure mulled for 10 tKVMytf Jyi THE McKAY Opposition of tho Ml loc MiiijiiifnctnrciH tf an Extension of the latent 011 Hcucxt NBW July A majority of the sale hoot and shoe manufacturers in thin nnd other largo citlefl of the union have for years used tho McKay sowing machine of Itostnn for intc shoos and also tbo patent MtsKay phoo for paying a heavy royalty therctur Tho machiuo is capable of stitching GOO ta 800 pairs of boots and shoos nor Tne royalty exacted of the manufacturers is one oeni per pair ou childrens two contu par pair on two uouts per pair on hoys and throe oh gentlemens Tho manhincs cost upwards of and holders aro not allowed to null thtyn unless they first receive punniMsion from tut McKay Company ot DOS The nmchmo isanotifl the size ot u KOCKlttlzud Cordon rnude oi iron and run by One nmu only is required to work Ho cnn stitch thr soles of a pair of Hhnos in a few At the sosMon of uvesrt the McKay tried tngetitn extension ol tho uaumti which expires in to an extension was by leading il this nnd other TUo petition was before a committee 01 hut no action was Petitions itro now hemp and will bo prihentud to ntixft MCS tiion of against the extension oi tho Tho machine was patented in and nus been In use sinco In nil larpo cities and manufacturing districts of the Unitotl Canada and Mil lions of dollars havw neen derived from the royalty Inmx iliu use of the A promimnt Dunnestreet boot and PIKIO suid to a reporter yesterday Ono of tin chiut urgiHl JtpainBt the of thn tirwlng patent is that uhn owners inu chlrics cannot legally ho culled iro under so many 1 bo royalty is Mro to the payment m a royalty after having purchased t AVc think the owners should no longer ho allowed to rxuct a A movement Is now on toot to holtl a mooting of the manufacturers to take action in the Mc Kay hearing of n was hero a vhort tmiv ami arnnncL among tho manufacturers who used and aii mj oius niul on his ho would reduce royalty onehalf induced amajorltv to a pntition to congress asking for fin extension of tho oi the honest manufacturers would not sign aiutwlll utterly oppose an 1 think the patent is thn most important and best paying one ever McKay has made several improve ments on Ho made millions by it during the when soldiers shoes wore mauu When wo Mjnioil the petition i did for ono wr thouyrnt it tor thu hi viiw of tho fact that wo would have only to pay half the royalty we tiro now Another loading manuiauiurar said McKay him run this mouopolv over twenty think the royalty be In N a writ Is now pending which occupies I JtiG alien Uon of the shoumonof tho A n in ufactuior named Jackman Introduced now chine which does the same work Me A ay Tho McKay Company brought suifi against Jackman for not ot tho but of what is called process ami pro duct The company obtained temporary resOrainiru Jutlvimm claims than the patent on the McKay machine was invented by Lyman ISlako and was patented IHfiH and expired after its extension ol seven and that tlio other patent ou will expire in 188 unless there is an extension or or unless iho McKay Company holds on mulev letters patent taken out since tho original letters for improvements ot tlio the company under ils leaso is bound to soli tho manufuetuvars tho machines they now hold under a lease for ono dollar A number ot manufacturers from the west expected ia TJew York In a few days to consult with our Jacturers as to tho best course to pursue in order to obtain relief trom the factions of a groat IVoutileB of un IttMirttnce July General as counsel lor Marjcaret tiled creditors Mil in tho equity court yesterday against National Capital Lite Insurance in whiclr i receiver is asked for to take charge iiucl administer tbe affairs of tho against which the petitioner has judgment for nearly for insurance on the lile ot her late which slip says exhausted all Icgal means to both here and in New but without The bill asks that whatever Eho piuy baft hern be applied towards ui her and that tbo rroun jrram her Mirh oilier Mud furthiv rdiwf a the facts in tho petition bwiu to This anci other judgments against ibe company have btca made Lho bir of a petition ut to tlio charter of the company on the ground rhat it hrjnjj run in violation ol the law under took its rjimual ut Jtnn July Sonic of iho particulars oi a sud rase of vnaJpructico came outj in a invcstiiraiion The vioi I iin is a younr unmarried namtxl Elizabeth who oied Thursday after a brief she hid been caused by preen fruit while on a viMt to New The evidence of crliuinal malpraoiico buw and Julia u Uoo ftldvidge who rho fatal and Albeit tbe betrayer nff the are uvw oomiuttted to await the aci lion of the district July Ten thousand copies of the iiret number of a comic sensational illustrated weekly were itsued is Uroady threatened with u libel suit and UricU Ioiutsroy iircut a new was alpo vtitenlay with an issue ot A new lirmocratie daily is to bo to combat lor Mijicnucy the that present DomocratU of A Khurk Cuuelit Iu tho July A nine Itvt tins been caught in tbe Potomac twenty miles iow Uiis This iitho llrst sbarb kuowa to have iiMonded the river It been broueht here and xvfd be ud
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