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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - August 15, 1882, Boston, Massachusetts                                TUESDAY AUGUST PRICE TWO The Arabian Leader Promised a Conditional Great Activity in Building Earth works Near An Outbreak at Port Said Looked By Cable to The Boston 1 August 14 Arab Pasha hag oeen eemlofllclally informed by tho Sultan that he will grant him a freo pardon if he renders Immediate submission to the Turkish commie It in thought tbat Arab feels himself too Btrong to accept this All the ablebodied men in Cairo have been compelled to work on the earthwork fortifications which Arabl is constructing for tho defence of the Arabl and his colleagues have decided to innko a stand at There is much excitement at Port An outbreak is thought possible at any Tho Bhips are ready tor One hundred rounds of ammunition are served Tho steamship Palmyra has arrived here with a Blxtoenpounder Last evening some shots wore and several prisoners captured near taa There were no Lake near Millaha is fast drying People are thus enabled to go from KafredDauar beyond the roach of the guns of our A captain In the Egyptian supposed to Be the bearer ot despatches to Arab has been captured at A number of Arabls docu supposed to bo were found in his Tho Bittern has returned from her mission to Some Sheikhs in the vicinity ot Jerusalem have been A man implicated in tho massacre of Juno who is on trial before the native has confessed his and declares ho would do tiie game again if opportunity Lieutenant Smithborrion of In Tinoibie has undertaken a remarkable be carried out tho particulars ot which I am not yet liberty to a Rebel ana Vet Not a An Explanation Olven the August Mussulman whom tho Sultan frequently ox plain that Arabi In so far as hn disobeyed the Is a and may bo unceremoniously treated ae but in so far as ho has benn a do lender of the aggressive designs of he has merely fulfilled the duties of a gooii and consequently the caliph cannot muko common cause with The Sultan uiay punish Arnbl Pasha it some act of rebellion is proved against but he must not associate himself with those who wish to crush Arabl Pasha as tho defender of A correspondent says this will greatly influence tho Turkish mili tary THE KHEDIVE The Statement That Arabl II in Offered of Surrender Declurml NEW August The Herald also prints the following interview with tho Khedive Correspondent Is it true that Arabi offers terms of surrender The Arabi sent mo a message that it was impossible to recognize mo as Khedive while the English troops were In nnd that it would be better that all Egypt snould pe In ashes than in the hands ot tlio Arabl forgets that had the Egyptian troops obeyed my orders not to abandon forts and to remain in the land Ing in Alexandria would havo been Correspondent What mission has do Los Bens to Arabi The Khedive I was not consulted on the mat Arabi has given a safe conduct to de and ho informs mo that he expects do Lesseps to meet him tonight at Have Osmau Refki and tho Circassian officers who have just arrived from Stamboul brought your highness any special mes sage from tho Sultan No I shall immediately form a body guard with these Circassians as and thus form the nucleus of a new Egyptian The Khedive spoke most warmly ot the loyalty shown him by General and praised the on ergy of Consular Agent SOUDAN Significant front the Governor of Bornn to the Porte Alarm the the ruler of a state in has sent a special emissary to with a declaration tbat he refuses any longer to recognize tho Sul tan as the because of his proposal to send troops to tight against the Mahometans under This it is has caused a great deal of anxiety to tho Tho emissary bearing the message has been here three but the object of his mission was only made known outside the palace this The emissary will return to tho capital of with secret instructions from the Osmans action Is tho iirst announced from those stares in Central Africa And the Egyptian provinces of through which a holy war nas boon both by emissaries from Arab and by followers of El the alleged Mahometan Un der Osmans control is a territory of about 1DO miles lying betAeen the moun tains ol from wheuco spring the head waters of the Blue Nile aim tho Bahr el Abiad or White It was formerly an Abyssinian province and is situated about 200 milea west ot Although claimed by yet so distant are these petty possessions from tbo seat of government at Cairo that the governors are practically independent and recognize the Khedives supremacy morn as a matter of convenience than ot Great eignincanoe is attached to this action of it is will be followed by similar declarations on the part of tho rulers of nearly all the states along tho and in which the religious uprising now lea by El Mebdi had its It Is understood here that reports sent 4 out by Arabl are Implicitly believed by the Mahometans along the entire Nile while tnose from the Porte are distrusted as either Eng lish inventions or us in English tion to bo When all was over and the army had submitted Admiral Seymour assumed a threatening At first ho insisted that tho fortifications worn being re The Khedive aul Arabl Pasha oflloially declared althonirh England made military preparations in and even on board the shipsofwar in Alexandria Mio Egyptian government and who only desired to maintain the status made no preparations After thin assurance Admiral Seymour returned tho sumo theory that is to he declared that unless preparations ceased within twentyfour hours ho would open tire on the Tho Kkonlve and the cabinet again reiterated their and proposed to Admiral Seymour that they should co together over the fortifications In order to provo that no preparations were being TUG admiral and after twenty four hours bad elapsed sent an In which ho required tbat tbo tortillcations should bo dismantled and surrendered to him within twentyfour hours Ehe Khedive uastened to show that he uould not accede to this for ho did understand tho motive for and tho tour hours before the expiration of the delay fixed by trampling under foot tho prin ciple of individual began thn bomnard There Is even another tact which is most Nut only did the English and French refuse to send delegates to tlio tribunal in order to judgo the persons implicated In the Alexandria but during tho bombardment tho English artmlrnl llred upon the that con tained tho prisoners arrested after the Alexandria This resulted In the death of some of tho prisoners and the flight of the One can well ImacitiR that Admiral Seymours guns worn not llred with tho object ot liberating but with an object for the moment TIIE STTIVTAJf He the Cnuie of the and Enirlnud NEW August Herald this morn ing publishes an interview between Its corre spondent at Constantinople nnd tho at which tho latter is said to have used tho follow ing language The situation In Egypt was not aerlous until the presencfi of tht fleets precipltatrvl tiff airs and exasperated the Arabis party then took advantage of the situation to inflame the The original cause if the trouble I will There have been in nil the Egyp tian public departments a great number of Eng lish anil French employes appointed nnd kept in plane by the influence of English anil Flench con trollers and Those employes profited enormously by the abuse of their which they hold to tho exclusion of tho They constantly extended their own privileges and increased their until who then a colonel in the complained tn the In tuts way a breach occurred between Arabi ami the ana difficulties arose which might easily havo been arranged ban not the appearance ot the fleets arouned native reeling and destroyed my plans tor tho reconciliation of tho opposing fac tions and poacoable settlement or tlio I had already sent to Alexandria a commission InoHnlin Dervisch Lebih Effondl and Cedri to act as arbi but The Action of the EnelUh rendered their errand Lobib who has just will give you a written statement of the case more at The bom bardment was most cruel nnd Tho English forbade the Egyptians to fortify their own and while defence opened lire upon This was an unjust and inhuman nnd contrary to tho law of Tho English claim that they wore dealing with In that case it was Englands duty to inform the sovereign power and to leave tho settlement to that au instead of inking the law into her own which sho had no rtsht to Tho English say thero Is no justice among yet lot us look at Englands Irish subjects are simply demanding a right which hero In Turkey is universally granted to Such troubles as tho Irish agrarian riots would be impossible in England boasts f her superior yet have what sho does not grant to bur an equal land under which farmers and even I arm laborers are protected in their When the Roumanians obtained tho Dobrudscha they con tinued tho use of The Tnrklih Xmnr In Regard to Seal I am sure that when all tho facts are known in America and other impartial countries the action of England will be condemned as arbitrary and If Englands object is to protect her own interests in India sho has taken the wrong She will never be allowed by other powers to occupy Eirypt France would insist upon the of a freo neutral province or joint In cither case there would be moro danger to the canal than under the Turkish Every Eng lishman who has any brains in bis bead under stands that the interest of England is in the maintenance of the Turkish It has been tho intention and desire of the Turkish government to maintain the status quo in It was endeavoring to bring about a peaceful settlement of local differences when tho fleets appeared and precipitated a marck in regard to tho indemnification of Oorruan merchants who suffered by tho Hots in Alexandria are Tlio National Zoltunt adds tlio question of tho amount of compensation may form tun subject of a ulnciiKBioii between tho Gorman and Egyptian oabluota LABORING Xbo l Ho was last seen in a snloon treating a crowd of and displayed a roll of and It is supposed that ho wtis murdered lor hla Marks of violence arc fli TTuultututl lu ilie Determination tho Mill to Win the The Comlua lioncKhorcmrnt Special Dosnatch to Tho lioaton 1 August This was tho day sot for tho resumption of work at the yEtna Iron but the men who hail been employed failed to mako tholr and nothing could be Tho derelict workmen are old but they are not ot tho Amalgamated They were discharged and now hands will bo The works will start as soon as Matters are quiet at McKpes although some excitement followed tho ar rest yesterday of several persona from IJraiUlock lor assaulting nonunion They Imd a hearing this and wens lined 2Faml costs The blacksmiths at Wilson Walker who wore forced to go out liy tho Amalgamated Asso ciation when tho puildlers quit returned to their labors this an amicable arrange ment all parties having been At the bar null of tho Spring Iron and Steel Com panys works at Sharpsmirg a full crow went to work this and all was quiet at last ac The labor troubles SteubotiBvillo are iibotit and there are prospects or tlto mills thore soon It is said t hat tho Jeff orson Nail Works will resume In two weeks at tliu as they have heavy that must lie This evening u prominent iron worker the opinion that sumo new developments in tho are about to ho When asked his reasons for so he sanj saw a man on thn street whom I kuew In tlio Lchluh Ho was tlie leaner there of Uio opposition to the Amalgamated and at one time his business was to hire nonunionists tor the inanu 1 do not know what his business is hut 1 would venture tho assertion that his appearance hero will be followed by a lot of men who will bo used in an attempt to break tho The nonunion experiment has up to this time been restricted to the suburban where it IMS provd successful In every Man acers are now talking seriously of adopting tho plan in the believing it will woric hero as well as in tho With this in they offer a bonus of to tho millowner who will load oil in tho So far as lias been there has been no definite response to tho but it is a fact that some or tho city mills aro preparing to reeumo with or without tho con sent of the Proprietors say they will have no trouble to obtain all tho help thoy may Two or three suits have been instituted against strikers for conspiracy and more are talked Millowners talk and act as It they were determined to leave nothing undone to break tno ami If not the Amal gamated Interesting developments are looked for before the month is THE RIVER AND HARBOR Several of from to be Xjcft nt August Information re ceived hero from Illinois Is to the effect that several members of Congress from that State aro likely to bo left nt homo on account of their vote to override tho Presidents veto of the river and nnd harbor Tho Chlcngn InterGoo is the only newspaper of any prominence in the North west that supports the bin Every news paper In Iowa sustains the Indorsing the Kiver and Ilnrbor EAST August recep tion was given last night to reprc sentative in Congress from this by citi zens of all shades of for his efforts in necunng the passage ol tho river and harbor Including nn npproprlation of for tbo Improvement ot Saeinaw llorr said that tin river nnd harbor bill was generally mis owiuir to attacks of tbo Eastern nnd that the contest was between tho West and tho South against the He said thoro never was n bill more fair and Trouble lit the Eighth New tSneclnl Despatch to The llostnn NKW August Republicans of tho elichth concessional district of Now York havo taken General Ausou McCook In hand nml am beginning to discipline him for his ac tion in connection with Uio passing of tho river and harbor appropriation bin over tho Presi dents The Tllirtoontb Assembly District Republican Association tonight adopted a series of resolutions Btronglv condemning General and charging mat ho desired to shirk tho responsibility ot his by conven iently absenting himself wbon tho voto on pass ing the bill over tbo veto was taken and thus allowing the infamous measure to become a law without protesting against Hy this course it was duclaroil General McCook had proven recreant In the porfurmanco of his and no longer entitled to tho contldonoo or sup port of his THE mi Sixty Horses Burned to Death at Two Persons Seriously Burned at Boston Ifigi AX THE COIIOES The XjUBtua Oronnd ond the Jubilant Over the Sllu Ancust Harmony mills today liuvo lost Tho U mill was un unnlilts to start Us la 1 mill tlio wea vers wore reduced to threo in iuul at tlie Mastodon mill only two snlnuors In tlie latter a Btnall train iu wefivcrs Is Tho today received from tbo Central Lalior Union a of ilnnncial and in cnnKO qninco are OstruoiHin of tlio soimllod 80itbs is the strongest weapon of tho and It is enlorned to the Tho next nn the jturt of the mill mauajrors is awaited with Thoy claim thac concilia tion is and aefiressivo measures are consequently looked Tho stayouts aro mas ters ol tlio situation IN Her Action hy the Siiltnna August statement drawn up hy LoblD by command of the becina with allirmiutr that last year Aohmet then a colonel in the Egyptian was displeased at tlndtng that ID all the public offices of Euyiit there was a great number of aud who enjoyed extravacant salaries but who did no Tlieso sup ported by their consuls aud by tbo eventually acquired very groat Influence in Egyptian troubled by this state of a aiid said that tho Ktiedtvo uhoiild take necessary steps to put an end to a state of thinjjs had in no way resulted from any stipulation or for as to that matter Arabl always recognized me respect duu to Mr cumBtancea attending Arabis and the change of ministry are then It IB stated that Arabl wanted to send several Circassian oflicers to They did not wish to and remonstrated In such a way that Arabl thought they nad on his and haa them put In Finally they were banished to Constantinople by the It waa la reference to tins wiiich bad no International or Important sig that France and EiiKland lie can to send their ships to The Imperial coyerniuouc uevoral times had pointed out to these powers mat tUo Bendlne of fleeta would ajicravatu tho per trouble tho tranquillity of the All legitimate steps led to no The presence of the fleets ond tho simple dixputo between a Maltoso aud at donkey boy brought about the regrettable events at Every body nireu8 that there was no premedita tion on thn part of tho that tho Arabs only fousilit will sticks and that tho Egyp tian as a reoelllous ergetically acted In suppressing tho It has also been proved that among ttio Egyptian uead and wounded many murks ot biyp net It Is then not forth that the Kliu dlvo with his cabinet and tha commissioner of Hli Mujesty th Sultan teolc ofips ntonoe tore Store order and discover and punish tile We uorioludeu the that tho Khedlvo and his cabinet mainigo to establish order and prevent but certain Inatl catloin and the refusal of tlifl consuls to take part tho guilty proves existence of a to out allow JtgyBTina BJLOOII O1V THE Liable to be Involved In an tlnn A war In to be undertaken by European whether the Turks go or la now inev writes the Constantinople correspondent of the New York The Hrst question is by what European If besides tho The French Have long afraid lest by actively taking arms against tho Arabs In Egypt they should produce a conflagration which would spread Into Tunis and Tripoli would certainly aud from the nhores of the At lantic in Morocco to tho Persian gulf the Arais tho desert would be In active Arabi nas assured the French gov ernment that so long as they do not take part against him tho Suez cannl will be aim In de Lesseps Arabl has a most powerful and influential advocate in favor of nonintervention by the Still It will bo difficult for that nation to itand on one side and see all the tight Ing done in Egypt by tho English and there can bo no doubt that irinco lilsmarck would gludiy eee a French army occupies In as It would leave him free to carry oot his policy iu Another power whose Intervention has been sug gested at tho Is that at Tim ex perience of Italy during the Crimean when without any adequate reason she took part with the allies against and Uid tho foundations of her progress In ranks of oucooragcs her to a similar course of action The only obstacle is tho intense animosity which exists between Itaiy and arising out of tho conduct of the lattor in regard to It would be diflicnlt for French and Italian troops to side by side with any cordiality in any part of If there were a French it would bo In tBe Interest of England that there should be also one on the part of as tho entente between tho English and Italian contin gents would be mnoli closer than between tno French and and In the ovent of tho differences would be certain to arise subsequently Italy would probably side with She talto part In theso operations only with the approval ot Ger There Is another power which Is also ex tremely anxious to participate in military move ments in and that Is She Is ardent and ambitious fluHhod with the ol her last territorial acquisition of longing for an excuse to Invade to the iiiHiirreatlonury nipvenibnt in and to obtain rights In whore she has a largo population ot Greek subjects who havo bean tho numerous victims of and furnish her with a fair excnso for making a claim to ho allowed to share In military operations In that aro materials mfliciont lor European and Asintlc no matter what position Turkey may llually An IN Expedition In the Southern FormlHC to tloln August A gentleman in this city haa received a letter from an ox otllcer in the Confederate army stating that a cavalry expedition Is being organized In tho Southern States to aid Arabi Pacha and requesting him to join Tho expedition is ex puotad to start for Egypt in a few Hyrluil MiiABUlmuili August A despatch to the Dally News from Constantinople says tho strongest orders havo been sent to the governors of lloy Damascus and Aleppo to take exceptional care to secure public order and prevent an out break of the A correspondent writing from Keyrout says events iu am greatly lullnenclnit the Syriin Tho situa tion is such that a trilling Incident would aullloe to set the wnolo 1rvt Ileulnrfil it August The Irade de claring Arabl 1ashn u rebel and authoriz ing tho AngloInrklsh military convention has not yet been Several of tho stipulations proposed In the military ooovention are consid ered unacceptable to The uuaiiiHt Arabi Iuxha will not bo Issued until the convention la Indemnity for Oerntnn August Tho National Zeltunc that petitions of com merce thfvuguout tiermituy to Friuoe Vis The This morning the longshoremen begin upon a strike for an increase of The matter has been thoroughly and the men go into the strike with ft strong hope of Tho details wero given In THE SUNDAY and need not bo It is said that some of the Hues will iMvo the advauco asked while others will tight Klaia Temperance Meeting nt Special to The Boston August series of temper ance mass and camp meetings will bo inaugurated here lasting four Tlio organiza tions participating will bo the New England Reformed Mens New Hampshire Temperance the Grand Division of Sons of tno Womens Christian Tem perance and Grand Lodge of Gooil Tem A number of prominent speakers have been aud a large attendance is expected each Involved In CSpecIal Despatch to The Boston August aged while playing ball last was struck by the ball on the Hide of tho The result was a slight for which he con sulted He was afterwards much de pressed and said the doctor had performed an operation which ruined He went to work as usual today and died suddenly of a Tbe ease is involved in much ThleTiB nt Work In August store of George Norwood Son at East Gloucester was broken into last and a tub of butter was The schooner which is lying at Samuel HaskeliM was also broken into and a barrel of Hour was The thieve got a barrel of beef on the neck of thosnhooner and woro evidently frightened and left The burglars undoubtedly came In a possibly Irom some vessel in the The u ot Chlneio For August collector of Baltimore lias forwarded to the secre tary ol the treasury a asking for Instructions upon an application made for tho landing of a party of Chinese laborers en route homo from Acting Secretary French has replied under the Chinese emigration they cannot Frenlilent Anhur to Newport August ExGovernor iu response to an inquiry this said President Arthur will arrive as my guest on August when Morgan given a I think ho will stay ono but no arrangements havo been made lor entertaining him cagcept on the date men The Kew Hampshire Special Despatch to The Boston August has elected a solid Hale delegation to tho Republican Stato and Roxbury a solid Currier Cheshire the homo of Is much split up and will not give Halo a unanimous The Trlulc Wleber Special Despatch to The Boston August is believed that the triple murder In the Wiobor family was committed by tholr who made throats against Four men suspected of complicity lu the on me are now In All for Ifipeclal Despatch to Tho Boston August Greonbackors hold a caucus at Market Hall this evening and electea lifteen delegates to the State Convention In Boston next They are unanimously in favor of Benjamin Butler for Remit ot u Uriiukon August a quarrel aud beer tonight William Warner shot his wife Maggie and Greenleaf keeper ot a boarding Both aro supposed to bo futully Warner wan Death of Two IriMuluetit Men at August William Bohlcy of Now formerly of died suddenly hero Jtiitgo Luvy of tho Louisiana Supreme Court also died His death was FOREIGN Dublin Court August Uio Commission Court today decision was announced in the case of Timothy John Richard Savago aud Maurice who were found guilty on tho 10th of having oil March 19 per petrated several outrages in tho neigh borhood of Codnty Roorke was sentenced to aud each of tho throe others to ten years penal Three men found guilty of a savage assault on a person named Sullivan Mallow were sentenced to servitude for liftoon and ten years re and a man who uroil at a fioldier in Mulllngar was sentenced to lifelong ThIlfnllli of the 1rlnrc or August medical ailvisara of tho Irinco of Wales havo ordered his immediate re irement from all oflloial business and forbidden him to hold public They advise him lodrlnlc the waton of a German There aro no symptoms of any special SCnatoruKloll of August Earl of secretary of utato lor has aent olllclal summons to requesting hla presence ac tho colonial otlice to take part in a consultation with tho with a it is to his Qnuritnttne August Daily NewsMadrid correspondent telegraphs that tlie Supreme Board of Health has decided to enforce immediately strict against nil vonsolH from Soo Loi islands and tho Philllppine on account of tho prevalence ot To VUtt August chief of the London Flro sailed on the steamer Baltic from Liverpool on Saturday for to attend tho convention of lire engineers at Cin MAINE The In Which the Itopubllcnm Find Destruction Wrought by tho Flames iu Other Special Despatch to Tho Boston August torrlblo nro broke out at Inst at Rowley Brothers burning tho building to with about sixty horses aud a large number of Tho barn was a wooden and occupied a whole and is partially At tho ruins woro still Loss The cause of the ire Is as yot unknown but while tho nluht men wore sitting near the front part of tbo stable thoy woro horrllled at seolig an Immense wall of llauios swooping down upon thorn from tho lott and they had to lice for their Immediately attortholr escape from tho threatening alarm was rung and tho lire department rapidly gathered to the When they arrived tho Uameu wore streaming from all parts of tho roof of tho main building and shooting out of tlio upper ond it was at once soon that to save tlio stable would bo utterly and thoro was no hope of saving any of tho many horses from Within tho main building thoro were about sixty twenty carriages and live beside a lareo stock of nnd a full complement of stablo the whole being valued at Tlumoans of tho poor horses in their agony were terrllilo to but fortunately lasted but a low as tho dense smoke soon brought suffocation and a cissiition of tuiffering to many of the helpless and death soon terminated the fltrtitrgles of not ono being Haru and persistent work directed at tho Hunt prevented tho llamcs from spreading and the tiro was conlined to the building where it ex cepting that Hying brands set fire to tho roofs of several housos hi the immediate but all were Herman a aged who was in tho loft of tho barn when tho tire broko was burned about the hands and and was taken to tho Rhode Island 1ST A AHiilOdn August a young Swedish took a fatal done of polsen this A suicidal epldemlo prevails this beliiu tbe alxth ease all women since last ttiiipuctad of NEW August body ot Captain Patrick Sullivan of the sohoouer Acacia of nutaug tlnuo was found at the xliarr at OueTtlunilred and Ublrttotk Special Despatch to Tho Boiton August socalled Youne Republicans of this city formed a club this even ing for the vigorous and effective prosecution ot the campaign according to Republican City Solicitor Clioato was called to the upon motion of Registrar of Deeds a out anddnodcity committee was named by the chair About forty woro as their hall seats about the club looked a llttlo Nearly all present were either County It naa been announced tlirit tbo Republicans would open their campaign today all over the but they havo the matter till thev can get a new lot ot ollicohomers pinned who will come into the State and wake the Blnlno has baciied out and the dead certainty of losing the Stute has dampened tho courage ol tho outside and they dont press for ward with that hpontuneonsness that was ex So keenly Ithis folt that the loader of the executive committee grated today that if ho could hnvo his way not a speech would bo made tills It requires a great deal of whistling to keep their courage and tbry will set their whistles ut work as soon as tney can manage their tunes on some key they all can pipe t Opening the Fiitlmi Cnmietvlzn In Special Despatch to The Boston August Fuslonlsts ol lianeor opened the campaign in grand stylo this evening at Norombega Hall iu this The large hall was completely Illleil with earnest representatives of tlio working aud the utmost enthusiasm was Tho meet ing was called to order ey Levl wiio nominated George Ladd of Bangor lor tin assuming the posi made a pointed speech upon State and then Introduced the orator ot the Goner il SHIIIUOI Carey of General Carey was received with great and be proceeded to deliver a celling which was a most scathing rolmlio to Repub lean extravagance and encouragement of rlnii ruie and all of ho opnrato to the Infinite disadvantage of tho who the support by their the foundation uf the General Carey was frequently interrupted by and his speech hud a mar It mi ellcot upon the gioat which was 01 varied political The meeting was a splendid open ing gun for the Fusion campaign in eastern Dejith of a Jronilnent Tho news of trie death of Alfred Mudgo at his cottage In Hull after a long and painful will bo read with sorrow by his numerous frionus and business Mudgo had been suffering Irom paralysis for many years ami hud travelled mncn ami tried the best of medical aid in Ho was one of the oldest printers In Born In in his llrst work in Bon ton was as rollerboy in the olllce f at the Hmo of tho printing of the famous Parker edition ot the Waverly novels on a band Mudgo ard went into business tor taking his son Into partnership aud laid Uio foundation for the largo and llour ishinc business now done by tlie Ho was married to Miss Adeline Kinsman of Charles town in Ho leaves a widow ami a son and both of whom aro Mndgo endeared himnlf to nis ninny 1rlends by his quiet and unassuming strict integrity and up right business To und City of New York from Now New Gallia Irotn Germain from New New Acupulco from Aspinwalli Herder from Stoinmuu from Ant Silesia for Now Iowa from After Thirty DES August a well known farmer of Adair tho owner of 000 acres of has been living for fifteen years with a wife whom ho married and by whom ho baa had saveral Ton days ago a woman Ireland and showed conclu sive prools of having murrled Smith thirty years Tho Iowa wife has sued for a divorce and Election lu the sttimllah Despatch to The ISnutou August election of oflicers was held by the Standlsh Com pany First laut Major Matthews Second Lieutenant Burgess wan elected llrst lleuinnant in plaoo of and First Sergeant iorkltis was elected second Tbe Uukotii Wheat August wheat harvest but Tha crop it esutnatoa at A Hniitll Fire Thnt Slight But KiifluiiKerB fttavorelv Box 212 at last evening was rung by Hugh the night watchman at the Boston Load upon discovery of a lire In tho threoatory woodon 4IJ Followo owned by and occupied as a tenement house by six Tlie Urn apparently originated upon thu second iloor of anil when discovered bad made as betorn the arrival of tho ilcpariment the llanios had forced their way Into tho third mory aud sbortlv woro the Itrst discovered the tUmes ami notified a police who in turn notilleil memLcrs of wnicb is situ tod but a short distance from the atid while the engine was on thB way to the tlu conllauratlon the boll alarm was As soon as the enilno arrived on tho the men were liotilliMl tint the burning buildlnti con tained aweral and only a VITJfnw ol inhabitants of the bouse cotllil bo satistac torlly Accordingly Hnssey of Kngino District Engineer Mnnrnei Captain Sawyer of Hook nnd Lander and lliiseinan Goorgo Le Cain of JSnglno tili rushed into tlie burning structure anil succeeded in rescuing several The smoke was so dense tbat it was impossible to reach the third whoro die occupants were saiu to lie Alter almost superhuman ellorts tho bravo men succeeded In reaching tho and then a scene mot their eyes that made them strong men though they In a room in the southerly portion of the bnild iccnpbd by John a ionyiarold a son named lit years of and a boy nameu were dis Father and daughter were found lylnir unconscious on the Iloor of tho small which tney diirniilefl by tlm name of while the boys wen hardly able to Cap tains lliiKsey and Sawyer took the inanimate form of the father and Le Cain that of the daugh and yed lliom to the thence into a neighboring whoro medical a d was soon in Ihey were tiubseqnuntly sent to tho City ab were also tho two John the father was badly burned about the Mary also suffered severe hums about the faco nnd while tbe boys were but slightly burned about the face and On the second Iloor was tho lamllyof Mi chael consisting of two girls and a lilco number of The girls were ros cnoa with diflicuhy from siiilocailnn by District Engineer Munroo and Michael Hreuna the while the boys WITH rescued by unltnnun Michael Gill and Tliomas Gal viu occupied tho ground floor and escaped un Several otner families occupied other lortlunt of thn which were in ured only by Tho occupants of the iiouso were obligedto Inavi tho liulliilng minus clothing of anv sort In somo whllo tho customary nightdress was tinonly article of ap parel worn by the remainder of tlio occupants whnn they emerged into the All were pro vided with clothing and sticker by kind Had no members of Enirino M been noiilied before the alarm was rung tho mss ol Illo ilinsl have been Tho damage to the builiiiiii was hut and will probably not exceed shipmonta largfly exceed tho receipts and ad say that lixriners are not Inclined to sell ireely at present Corn is Warm weather and Improved crop a weak teellnir at tip opening nnd prices de clined ono When tho moderate character of receipts and largo became known the demand Irani shorts rained small advance but tradlnir Is Oats aro unsettled and 1ork is dull and Irregular and declined 20 cents today but the loss was Is dull and weak and shipments lariro but Hpecu iHtion lor libs iiui and few Receipts of prices A DUELLIST ON TRIAL Ths Qurntlon ot Murder bi npon br n Vlrulliln Special Deipatch to Tho August trial of David Garland Joseph Addlson In Mils county In wiui is Milled an Impromptu duel attracted tho largest crowd over seen in thic quiet llttlo Inland Every boarding and other plaoo or public entertainment Is tilled to overflowing and many find It impossible to obtain The jail in which Garland is confined Is a small structure situated u few stops from the llttlo old iiranite court At ono of tho rooms of that Institution Garland has been conllned ever since a few diys after the death of his Just bolow the but out of sight ot tho pris an old which was used a few months ago iu the execution of ft negress for murder of her Tho prisoner was not so well todny his wound still palnfi and hia wounded arni ia sore and Ho IB to discard thu sling in which that disabled imimber was curried after the In conversation with a reporter today Garland most emphatically denied tho Inslnuatlon made lu ono of Miss llatciictta letters that he had slain a man In tho Southwest a few venrs Said ho If 1 thought this matter would be referred to in my trial 1 would have Miss Hatchoit That Is In North aud cannot bo brought hero as a Garland aayo hu does not think Miss Hatchett although he considered her very entertain Tho deepest sympathy is manifested in the county for the prlsonor and his aged The courtmot ai an oarlv hour this Tho apparently about M or carnfl into the coift room leaning on the arm ot his Ho appeared a llciln but walked erect and grasped the hands of manv of his old friends In the room warmly as ho passotl along to bin Roach and who wore iricnos of the accused In tho wore also in tlie court and occupied scats not far from their All of the accused aro strikliiirlooktng and would Impress any onn upon llrst Tho grand composed uf nineteen white and live colored Indicted Roach and Boswell for After exhausting two venires A jury of Intelligent men waa When directed by tho nlerk to stand up and plead to tbo Indict ment tho slightly paler thau when ho Urst came Into the arose from his seat tnd said in an audible voice Not Ho then resumed his seat by tho sldo of his Gooile of Mecklon of this county and McKinuoy of Prlnao the physician who extracted the ball trom Addlson after ho was was tlie llroc witness put upon the stand by the prowo He testified that the ball entered tlio groin anil caino out of tho A wrangle ensued as to tho admission of a of this witness Ho is still on the stand as this report Thoro aro twontythron witnesses to bo GUERILLA Bands of Peruvians Contend Against The Chilian Press and tho crnmcnts The Revolution in Alfaros The DON CAMERONS ltlvbiirc Why CSpoeltil Despatch to Tbo Ilnaton l August Uuon this ject tlio will say editorially to morrow Tlio CRincron plnn to get away with tho Demo cratic labor voio la to have tlio labor that motUs iu dolphin on tho liHth ot this throw ovorboanl ibo regiOnr i cimllilitt for Tbouiaa ArmBtronjr of and nominate a Democratic who will bo uaotl aa a uecoy to draw tha Demooriulo labor voto awny from anil at tho snme time front pressure will hit to hour on tlio Hoi u bf lean labor aoooni pun loci by lavish uso of money to tmrohaaablo to turn Iu for We anoukt think existing industrial enrnll Lions in especially in Ailiticujiny would dotor Democratic worlc insrmon from Kivintf nld nnd nithor directly or to tho Cauinron Thoy Have certainly not forirotion tliu tno manufacturers In tbat Gn r Holds election moans higher waives and meady work elooUoii lower or That is tho way it wan put by thu without wore as i hoy nru dovuteU of the Cameron Mow haa this pledge boon kept Ltt cxisiiiiir labor couOltluiiH Thousands of workinurmon are idlo ami tbo pinch of want is tmtflnnintr to bo folt In some have not kept pnuu with tlio increaneu coat of nlLhouch tho bountiful harvests jxive prom iso that tin conditions may ho improved tn tho Kiinoinbenni tbeee facia wo cannot noo how can ho tndiiuiil to como to tho roliof of tho Canioron It is doomed reasonably certain thac tho program mo of tho bosses will not unc and that tho 1hiladolphta Labor Conven tion will olibor nominato Armstrong or re frain Jrom any numl and eon ton t itself with a demand for curtain legislation la thu in terest of labor The IClnze In the Nuiidvrtch Woadi Under Special Despatch to Thu Boston 1 iius August lorest lire be tween Ueepbottoni Pond and Monument is now under tho entire control of tho tho wind having subsided since All that is burning and wiutili fs plainly observed from tins nlaco are bank U the wind does come up again nothing can hinder tho men light ing tho Urn Irom entirely stopping its Itirtner Besides the and oiitbuiKl Ings tbat were consumed yesterday afternoon on Monument ovr 100 curds of wood cut really for tho belonging to several of tbe village were entirely Tho loss to Caiuuln from tlie burning of Ills house will amount 10 some SHUUO or There was no insurance whatever on tho JCouml Uurntd Mouth Despatch to Tho Boston August oclock last ovenlne iiro broUo out In the round bouse 01 the Boston Lowell railroad at South Tno alarm was given from Box followed by a second summoning tlio llro depart Tbo lire originaied in tho northwestern wing of which contained ono loco Tbe wan a framo building re cently added to the mam was nearly destroyed before the Humes were Tiio ontiro woodwork of tho Hiiniford was and Its machinery budiy Tho main building wus not Loss to building is es timated ut Damage to the casino Is un FurrHt Flren lu August from forest ttrea was visible lu nearly ovory direction from this cltv Several acres of valu able growth on Iluo between Newmarket und South Newmarket wore run Tno otlier lirus were mostly conlined to scrub and pasture and occasioned but slight A Illuze at tbe Iilei uf August outbuild ing and on Smutty Nose leles of owned by Lelghton and occu pied by Lemuel wero deutroyea by with their at 1 The adjoining hotel was with groat f 1200 Inburanoe t A1IIU ut August owned by Phil Chuinberlnlu of burned this They aro believed to have been tired by a eilauKhterHoime August Hammond slaughteringhoutjO at this place took lire laut night and H still Thu loss is cstl tuutedat A Town August tho entire town of Waukuto waa destroyed by 11 ru last It Is believed to be of Incendiary Tho loua iu The Ohlango Special Despatch to The Boston August on tho spoi U firm Jind In fair Options aro dull and fueling U UOSTON ratriolc aged 3 fell from a third window at 15 Kookingham plaoo lant and was HO aovoroly injured that ho cannot a nioco of OiriotT illackwoll of Station dropped dond of heart yester day at her reuidonoo on Tremont a had of Btulfin from tho now building on Alaska street uri Dunn of Willow courc was severely in jnrod yiistiirday by boine accidentally struck on the nack by a pickaxe in tho luinda of follow The school housoon Yeoman stroct wai entered Sunday and several deslcs of tho teachers were Ihe Oliuiitnuquu Aiitfunt Horden liowno of tho Boston University deliv ered tho early morning lecture in tho hall In tho aud ilishop Henry Warren cave a loo uire at 11 in which lie described A Summer Trip Beyond tho Spoclat CorroRpondftnco Asnoitntod July Tim Peruvian forces in the interior havo continued actlvo op rations atralnst tho Chilian Wbllo small imuiea of Peruvians havo operated against lines of com munication botwoenLima arid garrisons in tbo hill Uotach moats havo directly astailed tho A company of a Santiago bolrtlnir tho little town of attacked byHOO aided by a forco of and wore only rnpulsed by Mi oppor tune arrival of reiutoroomoiitti Irom Tito Chilians lost nineteen Killed out ot thu Peruvian loss much Hi tho IHh tho Chilian of numbering attacked by a Peruvian four times tholr After a lijrhi of twenty honrn tho Cbiliann woro oompeium to make a sortie from thn which had been sot on tiro ny and wore almost bv tholr but two The losa of thu and Indian van Whon tho Chilian division under Colonel Carlo arrived the bodies ot tho brave defenders were bcaped up in tho In retaliation Tor assist ance rendorod to tho Peruvians by the towns Colonel Carto pot tiro to and Connection ifl now a hoau of ChiliaiiH ro fuao to regard tho enemy as regularly uriranizflit and shoot all prtsouern as bandits and Tho Peruvians Tho con flict bids fair to become a war of Nothing furtUor Is heard recardiiii foreign In Tho Chilian Tho ShipmcnU of Aueuit Sovoral Chilian papers mdvooato tho withdrawal of tho forcou from tho north of Peru and their concentration in Tackuft and The plan possesses many but tho Ions of the custom houso receipts would bo aovorolv felt while tho money would enter tho Peruvian Ttio war la becoming one of and it IK not to tbo Intnrnat of Chili to in a con fliot of thlB It is prubanle that thn proiiter number of tho Chilian garrisons will soon bo Dnrlnse the month ending Juno 30 pounrts of nitrates were from Taltal nnd Port Tbo shipments Irom tho two ports durinir tno six mnnclm ending III amounted to Valuable gold fields havo been discovered in tho province Tbe Ko volution In August Advlcos from Ecuador state that a aktrimsli had taken place between tho revolutionary forces headed by Kloy Alfaro and tbo troops dormming Immoral roRuHlnp in tho doioat of tho lattor with some Had Alfaro followed un advan tage ho trulnod tie would havo occupied which IB tho centre of ViontumiilaH power in tho A number of thu dictators troops aro said to bo deserting and havo u dosiro to join tho rovulutio Numbors of tho political suspects aro being incarcerated all ovor and anaro ly a steamer reaches Guayaquil from up tho rivor which doos not hnnt halt dozm or more to add to tho numbers wuo already crowd inn Jail In Nuiuliora are being oxe Ruoeutly fortyono porAons Bought refugo In tho French ooiiHiiiato in Owing to tlio onorirotio dofenco of of the rtjrhta of hiB ienorul Vicntamilhi did not attempt to arrest bub allowed thorn to loava tha JESSIE HOYT One 3V ew Tor It Prominent llffen Special Despatch to Tho Uoston Nicw August In tho death of Jesse noyt today New York has lost one ot its moat prominent business who for years had boon Identified with tho grain Interests of Una and ranked as ono of tho most success nil merchants of tho Iloyt was OS years of He was born in Now York and begun his business life na a dork in tho houao of Donuistm Hoyt took a deep InturesLlu ail matters alToctinir the trraln with tin was con nect od almost Irom tho time that it began to bo ol consquonco In this Its rapid and enor mous growth wan duo in no inconsiderable donroo to his enercy and ilo early appreciated tho tirowinc importanuu of tho western andtooU a grout interest In their and wan instrumental iu building up tbo city Eaat In connection with his Michigan Hoyt bucanie largely interested in the building ot thft Flint waa completed to LudJnutou oil Lako op posite making a direct lino from Toledo to Lake and by connecting linos un through Ilo was tho president of this railiMitd at tuo timo of ins He also bocanio oonnoctud with tho development of other lurjrn railroad interests in the With others ho built the first east and wont railroad in tho State of the Winoua Petor rail afterward sold to tlio Chicago Nurtbwost Ho was also Instrumental in the cou nt mot km of tho Milwaukee Northern rail road and tho Ontona gon Rule Kivor nmuing from Milwaukee up Lako through vast copper uud timber regions in which ho had ex tensive At the time of bis duntti Me was a director ol die Ohio with wblcu ho became connoctod on its reorgan Hoyt built tho lirst railroad grain elevator in and aomo years airo bucanie interested in elevators iu in connootion with systems of ttio Cuicago Paul and Northwestern Two yours ago bo orected tho great Krio grain elevator in Joraoy Hoyt was tin activo director of tho Merchants Exchange Nationil of tbe Homo Insurance Company and of the Com mercial IiiHuranco At ono timo ho was dliootor of tuo Now Yurk Elevated Ho duel i nod to act in such a capacity in many other corporations upou tho ground tbat ho illo not have time to give personal attention to th dutiea of the George of llnutnn ha8 been appointed of tbo Socond with the rank of vice Artnur Lincoln of tho ClielHea 1oltoo Court this morning Patrick WUB fined SHO ind coata for vio the liquor He and waa Uulu in 15 years of resiilinc on Pearl Newton foil Iroin a coal ttiun at thut placn yesterday a fracture of bin leu suoulder Ho brouirlu to tbin city mid takou to tlio Massaohu aotiK General following is the list of cabin paBHcncers per Htennnhtp Hiillmir from Bos ton today for Quienstown and Liverpool Dr Kiedorlois Tuckfrnian and Kills and I hoinna Tuomau MUs Laura Fousler cabin and eighty a of vislt Int bister at 15 this at tumptud to step a Mutropoittun ut thu corner of Washington and Nortnamitton whiln fnouit the whon ho and tracturl his riuht Ho was tnkeu to the Hospi Battery Fourth Unitea States Caputn Frank btationed at Fort War iu one of tho baiterlCAHoloclud to b lliu order whluU announces tho eeUction of this battery dirndls it to proceed to Fort whore it will be rooruited to the minimum strength of slxtytlvo eniUicd and aquipDed as u buttery liuUl THE In H KiniTAL I August Dow 51 N 1 0 JU71 d a VJ Mean ihltlv Uar Mean ildly naliy rte w poinl Mean Ually liuiiuily I Maximum wliul In uilluj pur IL ijhjti New ISnvlaiul forest tiros iiro now raging in dif ferent localities near Francis Cinq Mara has been appointed pastor of tho French congregation ut Great dedicated to the Sacred town clerk of died Sunday alter threo clays aged OH Ho was ouo of tho leading citizens of tho tbo Fall River freight train duo In Bos ton at 4 was switching near UrocktMi last the engine nnd UndiT wero Tho damage to tho engine in although tho track is torn up for sumo No ouo was Abbreviated On account of her advanced serious appro heiiBions aro entertained of a latul rontilt ot tho fall sustained by tho Empress Augusta of Ger At the annual Democratic county held at a resolution was adopted cuiiuuendliig tliu HiutoHimiuihlp ot the Dumocratio moiuuors of tho Fortysixth Con gress In panning thu M uur refuudlug clauea aud curtailing tho power uf ttio inUuunl iMUkj to contract ibo oucrauav at For New England and the Mlddlo States Slightly south to west lowur ba fair weattier in tho douthorn and local rains In tha vxtromo norclieru lletitlk of u Uoml Aucust or a chief of the with somo of hla has been exhibiting Indian on cue lako diod this morning at Mercy where he was tauen yesterday to bo treated for kidney Ho was yours of ago and a good Ho of tho two survivors of tno he and a teamster having narrowly escaped rrom tho ills body will bo conveyed to Red His companions tuvo daubed tholr luces with black as u token of tbe Despatch to Tbo Uoston NKW August tho embezzling bank cashier of was released from tho jail in this city today on a par dou signed by President Miinewas eoin mitioit in tlia 1niteil Staves IHstrlft March lor five years and has erved A previous etlort was mado to before he had betm a bin the idVori provml a ur Grucim 01 Kivor has been activo in seouriiiiv Ills Milne U 2G years Thurlow IVueU Culleclur Kobert a NEW Angmt rhurlow Weed pro poses as a oompruniue candidate or of Naw York to succeed Cornell Collector oiuou on tho ground that during thirty vears ot legislative and uougruMluual III them bun never buon au IIUIHIUIUHV bis ycrsuu tl or   

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