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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - November 22, 1881, Boston, Massachusetts                                TUESDAY NOVEMBER PRICE TWO Hearty words from some who have tried BROWNS BIT John of Alex writes I tried BROWNS IRON BITTERS and they cured I suffered palpitation of the occasional burning of the hands and feet at restlessness and profuse also had I am very glad I tried The very first dose benefitted me and less than a bottle cured and I have not been sick of writes A few months ggo I felt myself getting A had frequent my mouth tasted especially my appetite was tongue The druggist told me it was torpid liver and and recommended BROWNS IRON Less than half a bottle cured me of every symptom of ill snd I tell my friends it is an excel lent SICK Lucy of Mead writes I am glad to add my testimony in regard to BROWNS IRON For several years I used to suffer severely from the constipation and Six months ago mother induced me to try BROWNS IRON and one bottle cured me My stomach has not troubled me WOMANS BEST A lady who does not wish her name mentioned certifies that BROWNS IRON BITTERS cured her of a whole train of female of which the following were some of the symptoms falling of the irregular incontinence of nervous gen eral diz fainting rush of blood to the palpitation of the low morn ing sickness from no natural failure of memory She says she recommends it as womans best writes After trying all advertised medicines for nervous weakness and early I gave up in and resigned myself to the seemingly pre mature Happening to hear a druggist recommend BROWNS IRON BITTERS for I bought myself a 1 am most agreeably surprised to find myself re stored to p e r f e c t strength and 1 feel sure the cure is yet in future I intend to oV serve more carefully the laws of Walter of writes For years I suffered the horrors of dyspepsia and It seemed to weaken every or gan of and completely shattered my nervous At night when I lay down I felt I could not live until Heartburn pained me most I tried BROWNS IRON BITTERS it suited my case and now my stomach digests any kind of and my sallow complexion and other symp toms of illhealth are and at night I enjoy most re freshing dreamless Lyman of Dun says I want everybody to know that BROWNS IRON BITTERS has cured me entirely of a compu tation of disorders that affect id my general health to an ex tent that I was unable to do any work My principal troubles were poor painful and weak I have been restored to perfect VERY Wood Merrjweath of writes and says I had long suffered from a derangement of the bladder and kidneys it had made my general health very I also was troubled with severe indigestion pills gave me only temporary re and I experienced great anxiety of as well as physical A friend recommended BROWNS IRON I have used it with most gratifying just now my health was never and that the cure is Every respectable drug gist keeps BROWNS IRON Be sure you get the SCOViLLES OPENING In His BrotherinLawGuiteaus Murder The Prisoner Himself Addresses the Jury Robinson is Excused from the Case at His Own Special Despatch to Tho Boston November had a sufficient cunrcl this no less than eight mounted policemen being detailed to guard him on the way to the Ho arrived at the court house as early ns 7 but even at that time a crowd of fully BOO people had When ho descended from the van he showed evident As ho was proceeding up the lone lined on each side with his teeth chattered with lie sped along at an increased desirous to get out of tho crowd as quickly as Arriving wlthm the walls oC the uulldtnc be avo a slch of and ho was hurried up the stairs to await the as sembling of the which was culled to order at There was a larger crowd than usual and tho seats were all taken within a short Tho prisoner was ushered into the connroom at Ho looked paler ttian and like one who had not slept When he shook hands wltn SeovlUe she askea him how he I feel said He then took up some papers he had brought with him and began to Wlien the roll ot the Jury had been Robinson ad dressing the and said that an article in yesterdays Washington Post made it necessary for him to make a statement He then reviewed his assignment by tho court to assist In the defence his askiiic for two weeks time for preparation and his understanding tnat this time was not granted becausi Soovillo himself to This action of Seovilla led him to think It best to get an assistant counsel who would not try to undo privately what no had sought to have done This he sought to hut in notwithstanding he tried to put up with Scovllles insnlrs until last Then he saw the article referred wliloli said that Sooville bad said he Robinson had been working up the Insanity plea against his and thatonoor the other would have to leave the case unless this plea was abandoned at said Scovllle had talked him on the and had been Informed that he rRoblnson intended to waive no defence but to have all the facts brought and then adopt or abandon as the facts of tle law and the of the case may war It was on this theory that tho crossexamination of Bliss was conducted and it was a legal Scovllle made no oDjectiou to his two hours examination of this but be had even prompted some Robinson had not been In the habit ol learning objections of associate counsel through the He could no longer associate with such a and asked to bo No animadversion could have caused hihi to make this be lieving that Scovillo was absolutely necessary for tho I want no Robinson on my Bald At this point Scovllle tried to Induce him to keep Guiteau however That is an able sncach and I agree with most ot Scoville then said he wanted to Buy a Gniteau again interrupted 1 side with Robinson on this malpractice not with Watt till yon hear my said who then reviewed Robinsons action In the caso and said he thought it wns at least Decidedly sug gested Scovillo sutd he had nothing more to except that he liiuPtully made up his mind that either ho or Rolilnson must loave the The difference in the temperament made tne Judge Cox said he ap preciated tbe prompt sacrifice inado by Robinson when he was assigned to tbe He recognized the disadvantages Robinson had labored and particularly since Scovillo seemed to have mastered tbe ho gave Ronlnson a very honorable Robinson then took a baelc Gultenu Made n Short Slkeeeh in regard to BI9 expectation ot tbe counsel who wore to concluding with 1 am here representing the Ho lias taken pood oaro ot me thug ana 1 am willing to truat i SurgeonGeneral Woodward and Lamb all testified that In their opinion toe Presidents wound was mortal from tbo Colonel Corklnll then said there wore only two Joints One was that Ellieron was in lanmonth and that tlie depot where the shooting took place wns on ground belonging tlieUnited States Scovillo admitted these points as nets in the Colonel Corkliill then said tne government rested Its At tbe request of Scnvillo tbe prisoner given perintsston to address the Gniteau began to talk as he sat in his Seorillo asked him to Thank I dont care to stand said I am not afraid howevon but 1 have only a momonl to talk 1 did uoc expect to be Asked to make n speech to day I nave no sot speech and 1 dont care to make one 1 bare one how to say In regard tu malpractice 1 only want to bavo It shown that up to a certain time tbe doctors said tho wound was Dot fatal nnd that ho was out of and if it wns made fatnl after ttlie doctors wore to 1 want an intelli gent of the As my own counsel In the 1 shall bold the right to make corrections when 1 Such corrections ebould be made while tbe matter is I almll take care to do and no speech to 1 am obliged to tbo court and counsel for this I bave no more to Scoville then rose and said he should begin bis but after reaching a certain point ba would auk an and with tbis understanding He Ho rose before the jury and addressed them iu a conversational He said among other that bo thought tbo prosecution bad put In much evidence that might have well been left and that tbo eloquent speech or the districtattorney bad covered much unneces sary For said you are not hero to try the longsullorlngsof the the sorrowing widow and children be left Wo all feel alike on that question we all know the oeep and widespread At this point Souvlllu was overcome with and many other eyes dimmed with Sco Tille went on to say tbat tbo cane should be tried as if tbe President baa beeu nothlriir tut a Tlie only question was whether tbe man was murdered by the It was no matter who Held the Presidents or who Jrofitod tho The position of tbe jury was difficult one but their duty was plain and He then went into au explanation of the kind of testimony that might bo As to tbe responsibility Of Scovllle stated to tho jury that no doubt insanity experts would he called on both and no doubt different opinions would Vo but The Qnrllon of Motive Stint be Oonildereil in this Surely experts for the defence would not help his reputation much by testifying that they tbought ttio prlsouor was irresponsibly insauo at tbe time of the The chances are tbat when they go Home tboy will find some at their pntlents going to other such witnesses for tlio defence could not be in fluenced by tbe 25 per day which tbe govern ment allows He baa subpmuaeU ex perts bo bad never and be ran tbe chances of their testifying in tbe prisoners Some of them would no doubt disappoint He took that Scovillo further said thut tho cane ought to bave been postponed for some but he know it was useless to ask Uu doing tbe best bo could He called the atten tion of tho jury to tbe disparity of bis forces and tnoso nf tbe opposite He asked no but desired it understood that be was not responsible for failure tu get adequate coun He was not much of lawyer wblla the prosecution had all skilled but in point of fact lie asked 110 at asked the court to ndjourn until to The case wns then but tho audience kept their seats lor the entrance of the grand jury on another A penoral impres sion prevails that HcovilieB argument thus far bus been an effective Gutteau kept quiet during its delivery mid expressed his thanks to Beovlllo at Its Tho couttroom was cleared nt OnraleM Vie of NEW YOKKi November 1 oclock afternoon a terrific explosion occurred In Seventy tbird between Second and Third A large muniber of men were employed blasting rock for im niulor thu supervision of Patrick a It IB charged tbat the explosion was caused by carelessness of the Mlnhaol to dry a onaruO of planed one ot the cartridge on a Htnnm pipe connected with a Goorire a son of tlio engineer lu tbo uUnrne nud gulleu out to the workmen to rim for their Tho ox plosion but all the man escaped without serious On the opposite side of the avc nuo about sixty men wcro none of whom wore seriously Several small wooden structures wore blown dofrn and about sixty houses sllnhtly It is supposed that seven of the each weightng a wore Several persons were slightly The loss is estimated at Monahan was arrested remanded without LAST NIGHTS Tho Boitnn City Flour Damaged to the JJxtent of The alarm of llro from Box 14 at oclock last followed about twenty minutes later by a second summoned tlio department to tho fourstory anil pitcli roof building on Coin rabrcial 41 to Gil and known as the Boston City Flour Tho building Is of rough granite ana is owned by Daniel and Mary wllilo Elten president of the Washing ton acts as Tlie building is occupied by George manufac turer of originated from some uu Known but In all probaiiility from a Ivbt journal In the top story ot usiid for grind ing From hero tbe llamcs bnrat the roof and worked through tlie partv wall sep arating 40 from 47 on tho west side and 47 and 48 on tho east On tlio third and fourth floors of grain wns if damaged by will BO a total and it is presume that it was as a deluge of water was poured building from both and but for the prompt arrival and efficiency ol the Irotoctlvo department In covering tlie stock In the tlireo lower storlus the loss would reach a llmirofiir iuoxcaBBof that esti For some time after tlie arrival of tho department great was the fury of the tlamoa that It HOometi almost in Impossibility to savo tbe entire and It wns fur this reason that a sec ond alarm was pulled In by order of Chief Tlio loss on thn which is chiefly on tho upper tloor of 4B and will not exceed f while that on stoek and machinery will not fall short of about and may ex ceed that Tho willed Is divided among a large number of will more than cover tho as it amounts to on machinery am on SOSOO Hliize on Kxpnrt The alarm from Box 47 at oclock last evening was rung in by a boy named William Honnosy upon tho discovery of a llro in the three story and pitchroof building on Kxnort street in tho rear of 40 India iMil 114 and 110 Broad occupied by Joseph Burnett of flavoring cologne and nair dress and owned by Gray Tiie fire originated from an explosion of sumo Kind in tbe top which blow tins gaulo end of the building completely out into an area in tho rear of Broad On account of tho highly Inflammable material In tho building the tire spread with lightninglike and upon the arrival uf tbe firemen some oi whom had not readied their houses trom the lira on Commercial the building was a sheet ot It is stated that thu linn began yesterday to bottle extracts and colognes in thu and consequently had but a very small stock on Tne llrat door was used as the second ns a pncklng and tho tliinl anil fourth as bottling I he roof and three up per floors were very liadlv Had tho names attacked tlie tenementhouses on Wharf only about illteun lent from the burn ing tho result would luivo been disastrous conflagration as on either sldo wena many oil and wool Tim nrfimendld wull and deserve no small amount of credit for the manner In whlcli tlio lire was Tho lam to tho builillnir is about and in tho which Ifi pnibiibly covered by but an nolthur ot tho members of tlio llrni wuiu in town it could not be Sllcht Box at oclock last was sounded for a fire in a huy stuck on Western ave The alarm from liox 134 at oclock tills morning was caused ny a tiro In some old cotton waste In tlie yard of Bishops Cotton Waste fac tory on Sixth and Tudor South Clnrn Co be November Hotel today Miss Clara Louise Kellogg invited the members of her company to scats at her and at the proper tlmo called upon them to con gratulate her upon her engagement to Whitney of which will tin formally announced In New York Miss Kullogg has sold her villa on the and Intends build ing at home In Now hut and Whitney will live abroad a greater part of the Annual Report of Postmaster General His Timely Recommendations and Guiteaus Assailant Held in 0500O The Phoonlx Oil fteflnery at Buffalo was burned John river Is practically closed to naviga being full of runninp which Is forming Floods along the Bangamon river in Illinois damaged property to tho extent of Some 300 head ot stock were Van wife of Vim Alon of Now and daughter of William Astnr of New died suddenly of heart disease Tho conference of Roacljustor leaders was announced to take place in did not come none of tho leaders being in the William a convict in the stowed himself away for throii days on a shelf abovo tlie porcelain liakine oven tho hope of getting an opportunity to The wooden planking in the Acadia mliio at caught llro yesterday through Tlie flumes wuro extinguished be fore an ox plosion Work CAU be re sumed Matters have quieted down at Thn troops ordered out by the Governor left for homo yesterday Four hundred strikers luivo ilisbiunloil and many of them havo resumed work in tue The coroners jury in the caso of Alfred the Now iTork Hlioo who shot Adolph a mistaking him for a yesterday found Lyons guilty of criminal careless ami he was committed without At 2 oclock yesterday morning a mob gained an entrance to tho jail at seized Chris topher who was onntiuod on the chargu of ontraing an old carried lit mot and hanged him to a beam of a hridue over Hooking Peter an employe of Jacob a New York hllk interfered to prevent tlio latter from Bliootmi wife uml was himself seriously wounded In tho Laner mann and two hours later committed By an accidental powder explosion at tho Peasler quarry of Noble A at Grand William hud his skull MuNamiira nth loirs and John Glassuer and James McDonald wore se riously Francis Thomas Miobarl Clearv and Charles if not iiijurcd yesterday by the fall of a staging from tho einnth story to the fourth In the now mills being Imilt oa Broad Now William Morris of Now York was being driven Irom her residence tn the MnrriHaulii depot In hur coiioli yesterday whan became frightened nnd threw the coaeli down a steep MorriB was killed and her John received slight In An investigation Into the collision between the coal steamer Howards and the brlcantine hv which both vessels wuro sunk olr Uallfitx lusr results lu tho suspension of tbio curtlflisate of Johu second mate of tho for six Tracoy wns in charge or the deck at the time the collision A right of way for the branch railroad of a link of the Hoosao Tunnel Western Having boon Sficured with but one Gemnil Burt removed that obstHCIo by employing all bin men In grading tho road thrnugh the disputed and the damage will bo settled by a Tbe schooner Joseph of Bridge loaded with coal for was run down by an unknown ship twelve miles oast ot Saturday and sunk lu eleven fathoms of Captain luiley Buarpe and crew of six men cllnibnd into the where they clung for twelve wbon they were rescued by the steamship Cubic Prince Leopold is encaged to Princess Helen or An explosion has occurred in the deep pit of s colliery belonging to Lord near kllllui live The suspects In Kllmainham jail nave offered to aoouiit prison diet order to relieve the funds of the Land The secretary of the county brunch ot the Land League has beoa arrested under the coercion A despatch from Petersburg says Rustila asks the control or the revenues at Eazeroum ho given to her In order to moot tlio lurk lull wur Godwin of Buttersea easily defeated who claimed to bo of but was tutnaateU to bo MoNary of in a scullers race on tho Thames for During tins roll cull in tae Italian Chamber of Deputies a Sicilian named Maeoaluso hurlud n loaded revolver from the gullorv to thn floor of tho That la for The event ouusud quite u Mauoalusa Cgrcclal Donpatcb to Tho Boston November oral James has submitted bis annual report of the operations of the Department for tho fiscal year ending June The report shows that there was an axcoas of 35 of expenditures over tho There was an increase in die value of postage stnmiiod over last year of Tho total amount of postage collected during tho year on newspapers and periodicals mailed to regular subscribers from known offices ot publi cation and from news at two cents per was an increase of riOti or a little over 14 per By recKonlng it has been ascertained that the number of letters mailed in this country in tho last fiscal year was The number reaching the deanletter office during tho name period was or one in every Tho total number of letters nnd onrctola registered during tho fiscal year was consisting of do mestic domestic letters and parcels to lorclgn and letters and parcels ot ofllclal mat ter for the by law exempt from tuo payment of registry Thu postmastur genoral that tho chnrgcd lor ti3 issue of money orders for sums not oxinOdlnir bo reduced Irom ten cents to fivn while at the name time tno maximum limit of tho amount of a inoiicv order bo madu In place of that the compensation to postmasters lor tho Issue and payment of money oriiors be fixed at throe cents for oacn transaction Inste id of the present rato of onethird of the fees received and onefourth 1 per on the gross amount of He also recommends Congress appropriate to defray the cost of a plain nnd sub stantial odltlce for the money order olilce of tno a suitable bund Ing cannot no obtained under xhn conditions laid down by the last Ho the establishment ot postal savings deposi which ho thinks would Innre more than almost any other measure of public Importance to tho benellt of thu working After re viewing tbo history of the department from its earliest ana showing the causa of tho dcflcluncus which bavu tho PostmastorGoneral says The country has reached that stage In the prog ress of its material it in un effort ought to bo made to bring tho credit and debit sides ot tbo departments bal ance sheiit nearer or nearly tbe long and expensive star routes haVo been super seded by railroad Tho cost of tho Star service to rapidly decrease in tho Western Stntcn and A careful nnd impartial examination of the Star Hervico made during tho past Rimimrr satlwilod tlio do parunent that largo coutii bo miido causing any inconvonlflnco to tho suc tlonn of country supplied lie nays thai the Investigation into tho alleged abuses In tho route service is still The one serious difficulty In bringing uuok tho de partment to a noilsustaining ho Is the constantlyIncreasing cost ol tho railway mail This increase during tho past Usual year was Ho calls attention to tho fuct that numerous petitions havo been rocoived from Pficlllo from the city of York and from tho Eastern asking for a mxre speedy and frequent service bulwceu tho two in his tbe ser vico should be extondod BO as to better with tho volume of business and be says that additional lacilltles will uu established at The posunnstor general concludes bis reference to civil service reform Some metlwd of relief must bo provided from tho overwhelming pressure for appointment to clerkships and other subordinate nnd from the equal pressure for tho removal of capable and experienced assistants to make room fur those who are not more compe Tho public service Is a public trust to which every citizen may properly nnd the public interest plainly demands that admission to it should not dfpond upon personal bocausn such favor cannot well bo and because a system of appointment by mere intluenuo may be readily perverted to the promotion of private interests and personal Appointment by influence naturally results In making tlie tenure of otilco depend not upon fidelity and efficiency in tho discharge of official but upon thu assiduous cultivation of tlio favor ol n Such a tenure is incompatible with the sclf rosppct of the and tho service must necessarily suflur from thu decline of its tlunei ArrnlgMCrt William charged with shooting at Gui teau on was taJccn to tlio Police Court at U oclock this Judge Suoll was on tne Jones was In tho A chargu against Jones for assankt and battery with intent tn kill Charles Gnltiuu was Jones waived an and Judge Bncll tlxed the ball nt In default or which he committed Jones to jail and postponed his trial Reiireicntikllve Xtecd at AVnlne is in the lie is a candidate for tho speaker ship ot the next House of in tho sense that the Maine delegation will present his and he dons not intend to inn away from ExSecretary Kohmon says that if the Hunt is to get the spoakerahlp It can only succeed by uniting upon Reed as its Rrilicaatlon nf the Patrnt tho commissioner of Ims resigned his tiosltion to enter upon the practice of the Tho President will not appoint his successor Secretary Folger has it is stated upon good yet given his attoution to the uel of his subordinate The graud jury today brought in an indictment against Captain Hownata charging htm with the embezzlement of from tlio United General Lonestroot arrived hero today direct from his home in Georgia and roulstored at the Kbbltt This visit ia ostensibly some matters in connection with the Department of but ho will take occasion before be leaves to call upon President their last appearance horo the singers havo added a number of now nongs to tnolr and ho company ns now constituted is undoubtedly lie best among tho similar organizations tho SPORTING nf thn nill1nrdf NEW November and Carter played tho obnning game of billiards this after noon at Coopor In the cushion carom Morris won In tho seventieth In ning by a score ot 200 to The second game was between Ilelscr and Dion won by a BCUIS nf 200 to Morris and tlio first game this In tho Inning by allround play nnd running on tho ran tho second best run in tho tourna Slosson played in hard and ran tho game nut In tho fortysixth Scoro 200 The second name was between Daly and Wallace liii to tho and won by a score of 200 to 17li lu tho fiftyninth Igymi nnd Mullivnn In ISpoclnl Despatch to Tho Huston November aim tho wellknown with and havo been hovering around Niagara Falls and Suspension Bridge slnco Satur day It is expected that thn llirlit which was to have taken plncn in January next it to take plnco inside of tivontyfour If any attempt Is made to have tho mill they will be promptly Tbo Rovoro Association cloven are anxious to get on a to bo kicked on Thanksgiving with tho Lanonstnr ArrJingftnunts can bo made at 02 Lowell tho American arrived at Now Ho says tho bulk nt Ills not win nings reaches or about most of which was made in Iroquois and LAND LEAGUE Ijmifl A large and enthusiastic gathering of Scotch men met In Caledonia Hall last evening to take steps toward forming an American branch of the Scottish Land After considerable dis cussion it was dcolclod to form a temporary or ganization nnd the following ollicors oloctcd Mackenzie president vice president Imncan secretary was voted to bold tlio next meeting Monday November H to adopt a constitution and admit now The secretarys address is 101 Chauncy Tho VtViKlwll Jhlllli Itruiich of Bast Boston oolohf atod the llrst anniversary of its formation last evening by a puultu mooting at Lyceum Lower which was largely Flanagan and earnest which wore well wore mado by Kellcy if East Cum Philip Dohorty ot president of tho West Kud and Ijouvno spoke before nn audience of IfiOO at the City last Tho local branch of tho league realized about for the A grand rally of tho Oeorgo Washington Land Leaguo waa holt at Mount Hnnday ovo Hussell of Cambridge fle llvnring an Father Sliuiihy and are to at Conuirt thin V lorclillght procession composed of the local And League branches and other ttuciulloH Is tn x u At tho regular weekly mooting of the Highland ruicli if tho LinlU8 Land Loairuo last evening Miss Annin Pagan was uloutod a dalegaio lo 1m Chicago and a special meeting vili bo hehl ut the residence of Miss Kelly it flO next Friday the turposo of receiving contributions to defray tlio ol tbo Money for thnt pnr loso limy bo forwarded to tho Miss Nellie at 107 Vermin uuiniivu urtBBuniEiu THE BEST EVER S NPV all from 3 to 11 No further nollco will bo glvon of this and but one wlfl lio sold tn ouch The LAFAYETTE to Mens Mens Wool Mens AllWool to Mens AllWool Mens AllWool Boys Heavy Long Boys Heavy Short 40 Boys Heavy AllWool short SPECIAL PRICES ON PINE Open evenings until 9 oclock EDWARD ALMY EAGLE CLOTHING 616 and 622 Washington corner IS NEXT TO GODLINESS THE In HoMont November OBSBUVEKB SIONAL November C I 1U23 H Thermonietr 5 Cloudy 13 Cloudy in Cloudy 3ft6 12 12 Cloudy I Mean chilly Moan dally Mean dully dew Moan dally hutnidy Maximum Minimum Oillteituft Cnimln iti GHAND November cousin ol the who boum a ikuiK resemblance to waa sentenced tu ton days imprisonment for drunkenness or Mhrltntl November Hheltnn the wellknown nuthor null tied ut his resilience this ntteruoon after u throe days ajjoil 72 Knulnml Spec llrst Bosslon of the Ilymniith county Supreme Court evor held at Brldgowater will prob ably clone aliout T5 cninmltteil Hiiiuiilu ut Now by cuttlnjr bis an Industrious com mitted Hiilclde at by cutting his throat with a an omnlojO of the Eastern rall lilJJud nl by liotiip struck by au engine in tho Dovlne oT Lowell was drowned wllilo tryine to fiwim across the Merriimiuc river at to esiiano Irom tho funeral ot the lato was hold at the Unlvnrsalist Church lu North OrnngH yesterday afternoon and was very Sheriff Wallace Lnnsrton of Groat Harrington was thrown from a wagon at Shellluld yoHterduy and had bis collarhonu lie was puraulne a Ransom tlio craolt military com pany ot lust evening prisentiMl CJiiurtcrinnsteiOoiieml Klnesloy of thnt State a miniature tent mado of and Hfivci in return for many courtosius shown tho company liy him while at Thn tokon was manufac tured by thq Gorham Manufacturing Company of liquor ornsnilo In Is still In A citizens muntini wad held last ovenlni nt tho proprietor ol thu Wehlen the Inaillni agreed to keep a tem perance cstahlislimcnt It Mistainca hv tho citi Tho nropositlon WHS Tlio vlijor UIIA nnfitroomont of the luw Is expected to crvulo nil Issue in Aaron linpg of West Sprincllold ijled nt his lirfhm on Sunday evoninir at tlio uto of He served four terms in tho in tliu House in 1K4I and 1S7M and in the Scnnto in Ho wan ona of thn solid men of tlio Con necticut lielnir pienidont ol1 the Iapor Company at llolyukn and a heavy real estate owner In that city ami Klnc Dnvlil of iM n Captain A lad Rallaut A limtli ol iv ho cMinlcl a Wns full of frolic and 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