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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - November 24, 1882, Boston, Massachusetts                                S mrtmt KOYEMBER SUBSCRIPTION TDK DAILY BO cents per Month per Postage To Clobi or more copies to one address for 8 by IB per Delivered In at depot or express SB per To ftr 1 60 per THE StJXDlT per THE rTEEKIiT f 1 per THE GLOBE NEWSPAPER 888 says our that Now Orleans has more than doubled Its cotton cigar and largely increased the production of its and is rapidly assum ing prominence as one of the groatlumber markets of the world within the past two is sufficient evidence that the Industrial establishments of this on a substantial with apromls lug future and needing only tho establish ment of a manufacturers bank here to assure New Orleans becoming tho great manufacturing centre of the THE GLOBE ASTD THE The vigorous protest which THE made on Wednesday against unfair and ungenerous treatment at the hands of tho esteemed editor of tlie esteemed Herald has been received with favor by business men and tho public We have received many oral messages and letters which Indicate that tlie arro gance and Lord Verlsopht airs of tho Herald are widely understood and univer sally As an eminent now somewhat would say It was a useful and salutary thing to make an attempt to bring the editor of the Herald to his senses and try to convince him that ho was an ordinary mortal rather than an extraordinary person specially favored by Divine It was evidently worth while to attempt to show him that the rules of fair play should govern him as well as all other Whether the attempt will succeed or not time alone can The editor of the Evening Star rolled up his sleeves yesterday and concluded a long article as tollows In we bee to recall the newspaper outlook in Boston twentyfive years Then the Times was the foremost and the Herald was struggling for a clean The Times has passed out and the Herald taken Its History sometimes repeats Itself even luck may some day have a if another foremost paper in tho next ten change places with a present less successful The Lynn Item looks at the subject in this way It looks like war between THE GLOBE and The having become rather tired of the latters opens a column on the aud dellcs it in sturdy Colonel Taylor Invites Colonel Haskell to nom inate his and whether It shall be sarcasm or eood ho pro poses to have an Inexhaustible and acnes to give the Herld a TflK GLOBE is get ting has paid a dividend In this year and is justly proud of the The man ager who lias made tills success possible proposes to take no sass from its aristocratic nnd looking at It from our point of observation we should say that the Heralds Business Is to let THE GLOBE And the Manchester Union suggests It was downrlglitcrueltylnTiiE BOSTONGLODE to Intimate that editor of the declined to run for Congress In the ninth district of Massachusetts because of tlie fear that lie could not be Theodore Lyman took the re jected and he was elected by a ma jority of We fear that our esteemed Boston contemporaries have been reading the very chaste remarks which the editors of the new York World and Herald say about each other occasion and are inclined to enter upon the Imagine a call loud enough to wake up Hie esteemed so that It would have spirit enough to talk KING A Remarkable Case on Trial Before Judge Willie Cole This Time Seeks to Recover TUB SOAJtE IN AND It appears from Interviews with leading repre sentatives tlie steel rail Industry that the threatened stoppage of Western mills was not the result of any concerted movement to Influence the action of Congress at the approaching There has been an overproduction of steel rails in this country uuiler the stimulus ol a high protec tive tariff and large profits in certain The supply has come to largely exceed the de and the Inevitable of course Untfleld of the Lackawnnna Iron and Coal Com pany said to an Interviewer Until the demand of the country comes up to the capacity for pro duction by the supply must he in ex and prices consequently unless enough works stop to make it a profitable business for those that The sooner some of them the sooner the thing will rectify of Plttsburg said on this subject The truth of the matter is that wo Bessemer people are between the upper and nether mill stones In this country this millstones be ing lack of demand and The country Is not going to lay miles of railroad this as it did last If It vcero there would bo enough business to go around and give all the mills a but as retrenchment appears to be the order Bessemer firms have felt It necessary to make an active competition for whatever of next years trade appeared in He that tbo sudden drop in prices was caused by the action of the Bcranton There he a preconcerted arrangement on the part of Eastern men to squeeze out the Western as appears to have been covertly When the owner of the Scranton came from Ijuropo last he found his mill without more than enough orders to last him a His coal and ore roads and mines were and there was no He resolved to make a market and quoted rails at the mill at to 843 delivered In He cant make rails for but he loses less at 340 than If ho were to let his mill He He did what I would have Judging from previous the stoel rail manufacturers can afford to make consider able reductions and still Or Three Times What He Says His Brother Lost at Gaming professor of In consideration of his many valuable services to the medical school during the past thirtyfive The matter was referred to a consisting of Messrs Leo and The bversecrs voted to concur in the following amended vote upon presented by the president and fellows In view of the disturbances which occur upon the college r linns during commencement and the pub scandal and evil to the college resulting thefe the corporation hold themselves at liberty to revoke the degrees of any graduate of the univer sity for participation In such provided that ho has not held the degree for more than one The board also voted in Its the interest of the college would bo promoted it the members of the graduating class were the guests of the alumni association nt the commence ment and the secretary was requested to forward a copy of the vote to the secretary of the alumni association for consideration at Its next This is the way the Washington Post figures out the taxation business There are in the United States about Our annual taxation for Federal purposes is about Each head of a family pays there fore an average tax of Under the existing revenue system the working classes are more heavily taxed than their wealthy for the highest duties are Imposed on the coarser goods used by the THE When General Mahonc made his trade with the and Hoar and Dawes became thereby his ho was promised an office for his and the entire Federal patronage of the State of Virginia to help him secure entire When Arthur became President by the grace of he found this bargain among the political effects of the martyr He has since carried out his part of it with lldelity and He has placed the post the custom houses and the Internal revenub olUces of Virginia at the disposal of the Eepudiationlst and any Federal officer who dared to dis obey the orders of the new boss was promptly dis Even a poor the widow of a was turned out of a post office make room for a henchman of man who could control The next move made in favor of the renegade was that in which Hubbell Mahono rep resented to the congressional committee that lie could carry Virginia if lie liad the late highwaymanatlarge of the was in structed to send into the and later on more was We a few weeks some of the SlahoneHubbeH corre spondence on tile money which let allttle light In on the relations existing between the com mittee and the Virginia It is safe to presume that Mahone had from assess ments made on the officeholders of the both by himself and Chairman What did he do with it The Republican papers throughout the country favored the corrupt bar gain made with because it was in tho interest of a free ballot and a fair Mahone was pictured to us in the Northern States as a great who had dedicated his life to the regeneration of the the extinction of terror ism and bulldozing at the and the inaugura tion of a new era of purity and honesty in political What did be do with the money sent him A great popular such as that of whiclj he was said to be the head and usually does not need much Theodore Lyman was elected to Congress in Massachusetts with an expense of less than and Henry Loverlng was chosen by the people of the sixth district after a campaign which cost just We have heard from reliable sources that Mahone spent In his last campaign against political corruption In Some of It was expended In the payment of for there Is a property qualification there as well us in Massachusetts some more was expended for legitimate but a large slice of it went to corrupt the ballot box and defeat the will of the But it seems from latest advices that even all these elements of strength sufficed not to give the State over fully to repudiation and political cor There was fraud at the and dis honest counting after the ballots had been The county clerks and treasurers in sections where Mahones creatures werein office Issued receipted tax bills to the Readjuster man and they were put in the hands of negro who voted on The evi dence that Buoh methods were employed In several of the congressional districts is rapidly accumu and it is expected that the contests to be instituted during the early days ot the Forty eighth Congress will disclose a state of political corruption aud fraudseldom if ever equalled in tills It was to bring this about that our Massachusetts senators lent them selves and their influence to the Virginia We hope they are pleased with the result of their brilliant It might be proper to ask the distinguished Re publican whose name usually figures at tho head of the nonpartisan movement what little gilt edged job he will engineer through the next city government hi case ho succeeds In securing a We make the suggestion so that tno gentlemen who have been Invited may think It A Democratic who has been usually nonpartisan In municipal said yesterday that his taxes had grown considerably during the last year and he didnt know who was responsible Ho felt this year as though lie ought to give his party a and see if taxation could not be kept When a gentleman asked the Republican alder manic committee why they did not take Alderman Woolley from East if they were desirous of having a silence But they selected The Eepubllcan under the lead of Henry George Crocker and Alpha bet have trotted out their box of big Us and are sticking tuem promiscuously on the backs of men who always support their ticket In municipal who show more subserviency to the Eepubllcan machlue than well known Repub und asking the people to believe them Dem One of these tags has been pinned to the Hppel of Qaulel Kellys und among other men who are with a label are Joseph Charles Hayden and Kelly publicly withdrew from the Democratic party some time and took two columns of the esteemed Post to give his He Is now a candidate for alderman for rouaiiK well known In East und lie naturally seeks Republican mpporU Let them nominate Circulars have been sent to cltizqns to meet and nominate a municipal Before the Bute clrculurti were tuut out through Wards 10 and 11 uigUig Republicans to defeat a lor the fienaie nnd elect George the regular Republican candi Swift has been for years a member of the nonpartisan Me may find that It does not The New Orleans TimesDemocrat has been for some time tho IsiublittUmeiit of a bunk In Hint and It assigns a reiisou fur faltli lu of such an wlilcU vtr liotta at the Park In or Point Xiynds At the Park Theatre last evening Lotta and her company appeared in or Point Lynde before a crowded Tho au dience testified its warm appreciation of the little ladys always cunning impersonation by recalling her several Charles Bradshaw as Philosophy Jack was particu larly happy in his conception of the striking a proper medium Between the buffoonery into which it might easily develop and the too much dignity which would destroy its Delmore did fairly well as Gullus though bis broken Italian is open to CcclfHayne as Cnauncy Elmore occasionally relapsed Into though bis impersonation was in tho main natural and Miss Lulu Jordan decidedly overdid Amanda and Boniface made a ratter weak and colorless Youth and Its The drama of Youth has been a delight to hundreds of thousands of patrons of the Boston and there will be general regret when It Is as It will be after the iperfoimanccs of Ladles and little children should attend the farewell Next week Bartley Campbells new drama of The White Slave will be produced In the magnificent stylo which has so long characterized this theatres method of mount ing Its The cast will be as followt Clay an adopted Redmund William a dealer in niggers nnd Vrazer Coulter Patrick Henry a Moguinnli Judge who guards his family Lauergan a negro preacher and butler at Ble Bbcrle the other hprluger Jack poor young 1M H E Natchez a unaso Count a Stuart Clark Captain Stryicer ot the Belle Sullivan an overseer at Fulneas Loach Little Daphnes Lulu clerk of the Belle Frederick Lander Vinlny FtMt Charles Ymhprefl the white Louise Mulaolidor a Thomas Harry an Kllen Cummens a Vlntlnla Eherle Lottie engaged to Jack Grace Thorno Aunt Klla Mayer Field deok Jubilee sing by a full corps of Barretts New Tho management of the Park Theatre expects to achieve its greatest scenic triumph in the pro duction of George Bokers sixact Francesca da with which Lawrence Barrett will open his engagement on December One of the finest scenes will be the Interior of a with madrigal Incense aud all other The cast will be as fol lows the warlike Barrett Count bis Bklnuer lord of fUmuiiana bead of Rogers Guide Da lord of Uavenna and bend of the Moiley MaUtestat James friend qf Holto a Winter FrlondB of Count Paolo i Albert Cope Davidson Lyon Guldoa Aalnrlght her Batchelder eoldlers and A SAN November from Hong Kong per steamer Toklo up to October 28 tell of a powerful Chinese secret society which re cently attempted to seize and destroy small city a few miles from Hong The au thorities Invoked British and a large force nf soldiers WftB sent to the sceue ill time to preyeqt aw LITTLE thanks are due to lilin who only gives away what Is no use to The thanks of invalids the world over are being showered on tho inventor of for it Is giving health to KidneyWort moves the bowels cleanses tlie and radically cures kidney dis bilious headache and pains widen are caused by disordered liver and Thauitandii have been should you ftot try Public Interest was excited last spring by a suit brought by 1711116 Cole against Charles one of tho alleged proprietors of the gambling 12 Montgomery to recover about thai being three times the amount alleged to have been lost by his brother at various times at that The suit was de cided In his and a verdict ordering the pay ment of the money was Willie Cole nowbrings a similar suit against Ap plebury and Jerome the al leged proprietors of a gambling house at 153 Court The Indictment contains no less than thirtysix and the sums lost nt various times amount to about The law provides that hi such ctisoa the plaintiff may recover throe times tho amount nnd brings suit to recover about from The case came np before Judge Darker In the second session of the Superior Civil Court ana George Swascy appeared for the plaintiff Augustus Huss and Pattee for The flrst witness called was the owner of tlio building IBS Court who testified that In 1880 and 1881 Applebury was a tenant of tliat and occupied tho cham bers up one Tho court then took a recess till 2 The court came In again at 2 Herbert Littlolleld gave unimportant Henry Cole Testified t Reside at 41 Boxbury street am 31 years old until was a compositor and have worked at the trade since was married In 1878 my Elizabeth died April she left me property aggregating perhaps know commonly called Apple bury know Melville ilrst made their acquaintance in the latter part of 1879 met Applebury one evening lu the faro bank at 12 Montgomery place met Melville there also saw him again at the same house several times afterward after Melville severed his connection with that house met him on Court street he said that ho and had opened a house at 153 Court invited me to come there me result was that I withdrew my name from 12 Montgomery place and entered It at 153 Court street first went there after my wife died and thenceforth went 1 here exclusively continued to play there until I got broke that was In May or 1881 the games there were faro and rougeetnolr Applebury occupied three one flight with a foldingdoor between tho two large rooms the rooms were fitted up with elegant carpets and furniture and the usual gam bling paraphernalia I played at faro witness here explained at length to the Innocent Jury the exact manner In which faro Is played j have seen the players three or four tiers deep around the table the players play against tho banker when1 the plavors lose the bank and vice versa the money staked was put in a drawer have fre quently seen the dealer call upon tho defendants for money with which to pay the losses of the bank when the money In the drawer was not suf ficient between and this was of almost dally oc currence when the game was finished either Melville or Applebury used to take the money out of the drawer tho only persons having anything to do with the game of except the dealers and the aro the mini who keeps tlie cues and the man who sits In tho lookout chair to see that the bank gets all It wins have Keen Melville deal once have seen Melville and Apple bury in tlio lookout chair used to frequent the gambling rooms at all hours of the day and night either Applolmry or Melville or both were usually there between November and May lost at 151 Court street a large amount of money at the Ilrst No vember lost S125 November lost at least S150 November lost about SUB tills was all the money 1 then had January 24 went in there again and Plnyca all Night and at eight other times up to May 18 lost sums aggre gating making my total loss between No vember 22 and May Coun sel for plaintiff explained that his client dirt not seek to recover for the loss of S300 May Con tinued to play at tlie bank till 1881 made up my mind to bring this suit In the hitter part ot July placed the matter In the hands ot who Was unable to prosecute the on account ot illness went to ana oil my return In September placed thu matter In tho hands of my present counsel up to this time had no knowledge that my personal right to sue for re coverv expired at the end of three months up to this time had not had a word of conversation with my brother Willie about bringing a suit there was no agreement between ns about bringing a or as to what should bo done with the pro ceeds of a Crossexamined by Buss Last worked at my trade In the summer of 1882 In the composing room of a Boston newspaper last spring worked at Maplowoort for Perry before that had not done any work since 1870 was connected at one time between 1879 and 1882 with a man who kept a faro bank his name was Griswold j thought I was one of the proprietors of tho but found that I wasnt in 1380 was associated with a man who ran a faro bank at AVorcester put into tlie business lost the money because tho man was treacherous never saw a faro hank broke where tho business was done squarely furnished money at Albany lu the same way my only Interest lufthese banks was that I loaned money to tho men who ran them hud nothing to do with the conduct of the business It was lu July or that I went to Witness was subjected to a lengthy the object of which was to show that he was cognizant of tlio three mouths limit to his personal right of action on ac count of his experience In the former suit against the proprietor of the resort 12 Montgom ery A letter was put In dated at November which witness said was in his hand Tho letter was read by In it the plaintiff expressed his regret that Sergeant Ham would do nothing for and asked Buss If ho thought a present of or 5200 to Sergeant In case they recovered the whole would make any After the letter was read witness vigorously doclarea tlio letter a forgery and Said he never wrote although the handwriting looked like He had never used any such expressions with regard to Sergeant At 4 oclock the court adjourned till 9 oclock this The General Theological Samuel the treasurer of this 87 Milk acknowledges tlie receipt ot the following for John William Oinoy Arnold of Moses Pierce of each interest on Arabella Bieo Sever Charles Burroughs general Eben Dale James Head 8750 Manchester Mills George 812 Both Adams 50 John William Henry L Eleanor liennet anil fourteen S10 each Henry Grant Baymoud of Theodore ami fourteen SB each several 50 Cleveland Viaitsyrtis New CBpeclal Despatch Boston GloboO November Cleveland arrived in this olty registered at the Delavau where he had a private con ference with Daniel lusting two Hi the afternoon ho visited tlio executive and had an hours Interview with Governor Cor after which both gentlemen visited the ex ecutive On his return to the Delavau ho conversed with Senator Grady of New Do Witt Talmnce and several He left for Bultalu this FISH Enthusiastic Meeting in Gloucester Last Night An Eloquent Speech by Charles Resolutions Adopted and a Com mittee of Twelve THE MIRROR OF CITY Taking in the Specimen on the Aged Transformation of Iniquity and An unusual number of persons committed the absurdity of sitting for three or four hours In the room of the Municipal Court when the day out of doors was as flno as ever Novem ber dared to show on her People who had no particular who had no friends In trouble In the and who had nothing more than a morbid Interest In what was going If they had chosen the better part and Inhaled the Invigorating atmosphere on the sunny side of the street they would have been adding a little some thing to their stock of although they might have missed the odoriferous exhalations from the dock and failed to for an hour or the dark side of but they They committed the absurdity above referred and escaped without judicial The Independent and terrorInspiring hoodlum is one of the most difficult characters to He Is and his offences are usually of such petty nature that they are more aggravat ing than they arc and yet he Is a con stant menace to the peace of He Is not particularly an Importation from the Pacific He thrives lu the East as aud Boston has her share of Hols unrcsthetlc and profane he Is and nlways on tho lookout for an oppor tunity to do Occasionally he oversteps all bounds and goes In for a career ot crime which shows that his preferences In this manner arc not strongly marked and that all things evil come to him as by second William a fellow 18 years with Inborn viclousness marked all over his has been running things his own way for some little Observing that one a boy somewhat younger than was well dressed and well he threw an old shoe at striking him In the back of his knocking oft his which Biirncs Shlcnfleldts father went out on the street to investigate the and meeting Bunies was greeted with a rap on tlie side of tlie There was another complaint against Burnes for assaulting Martin During the past three months this specimen hood lum has been engaged In stealing from market and beer He will occupy a state room hi the house of correction for the next six Three months on each John Koenan Is a very young but he Is a victim of alcoholism to such an extent that he has been before the court for drunkenness and has been sent to a home for nil of which availed and yesterday lie was in court on complaint of his His mother said all she could In his but his honor thought tnat four months in the house of industry would keep him away from temptation for a He and was put under SHOO James Gamy camo to Boston to enjoy He accepted nn given by a tap on the to enter a house on North after drinking a little suddenly missed Ills sealskin purse which contained Ho ac cused Barbara Hlckey of having picked Ins pocket and slie was charged with tho When asked why It was that ho entered a house unknown to him lie remarked that It was i cold evening uncl ho went lu to warm Coun sel for Barbara claimed that the whole case was His honor said It was the same old and so long as men wore such fools as to enter these places such cases would Barbara was lined nnd Her counsel asked that ilic be put on That would be said his An elderly woman named Bridget Flynn has been wandering about the poorly clad and without imy fixed place of Wednesday night she applied for a lodging at a police and Yesterday she was before the court as a vaga She with tears in her not to bo sent to the liouse of Isnt It better that you should have a comfortable place for the commission appointed In accordance with the act of the last LeglslHture to redetermlne the boundary Une between Massachusetts and Rhode from Me eastern Une of Connecticut to Burnt Swamp will meet a similar commis sion from RUc de Ulaud at tike State House at 10 on Saturday ALABADTEB in scarcely more Immaculate than Iho complexion bcamllled with Glenns Sulphur Hills Hair and Whisker or K the luog healer and great Pine rem contains neither opiates or Free bumplea to actual Lewis 43 Luke Parmelee I Special Despatch to The Boitou November Parme over whom arose the dispute to whether he was dead or was suffering only from suspended was burled an examination showing life to be Friends aud relatives are but the tpopllteal artery was cut and found No low of blood followed the aud declared him dead beyona a First Victim of Thin tBpecial Deipatub to Tbo Boston November flrst drowning accident of the season occurred this In which a fiveyearold son of Fred lost his life by breaking through thin Ice In a small pond In tho rear of Curtis shop at Salisbury The body was Meeting of Harvard At a meeting o the overseers of Harvard Col yesterday It was voted to concur with the pwldout and fellows In appointing ns proctors George Lyman and Herbert Morlson President Eliot presented the vote of tbo president and fellows appointing 01 verAVendell emeritus A Philadelphia editor was tho prime fautor In train which 810 It cnuire a matter whether liu Is a gdnulue one or the rec ognize heart The symptoms are plain and Is the remedf A bottle of Graves Heart Regulator will A UUIbUl 11I1O IHU III III suppressing a bogus medical socalled diplomas wura uaddlcd at S doesnt renulro a mat ours any caw ol heart At drug winter than lor you to be wandering about the streets with no home Plciisc doiit send mo 81ic wasHonteucedlorflvo and sho Immedliituly appealed in a decidedly emphatic Tlioro Is no doubt but she will got there aiul be cared tor during the ICdwln Murray was with tho larcony of a watch and chain from Hannah The artlulns belonged to Hannahs and Murray claimed Mint he bouglit them of her for There was no corroboratlon of his story and the evidence was very much In favor Of the thoorV of the and he had the opportunity to pay and Quito a transformation scene occurred In the History of William Wilklns on At he was working In a wooflturnlng factory In Cambrldgcport and 0 oclock he was locked up in Boston lor drunkenness and was minus wlilch ho was tumble to account He argued that It was Impossible for him to have been as he only had one glass of It might have been exceptionally good One dol lar without The flue old mellow Klmply was put upon the slaw by a stock company of twentynine experienced In order to ensure none but the best talent the management charges every member of this company and costs ad mission John Sullivan stole a overcoat from Oscar Ten dollars and Albert Glover entered the room of a fcllow lioarder and helped himself to a dozen linen col lars and other articles of gents It proved to be a more expensive game than If he had bought the as ho One dollar and James Ford and Charles Howes pleaded guilty of aud were nned SB each and half the Emma Nelson and Emma nymphs oj tlie were each booked for six months In the house of Dennis King and Dora for larceny and receiving stolon goods ease continued until James larceny of a watch ease con tinued until the Alonzo for the larceny of several will havo his case heard Frank for selling liquor on Sift and John for beating his Testimony showed thai she had been and that ho was a His case was postponed for a couple of Thomas common will sober up at the liouse of and have four months to accomplish tho Edward accused of waived an and was held In S3800 for his appear ance up Kdward Kelly and James Coylo were each fined and costs for a second pUcneo of EZRA HEVWOOD IN Charged IVJtli 4unlliiff Obftrene Through the Before Commissioner Hallett yesterday morning there was an unusually variegated and Interested assembly of tho supporters of lzva who was arraigned on a by Anthony Com United Slates 1ost ORlco of sending obscene literature through the Among those present were Oeorgo Benjamin Arthur Hlldroth of sun of tho Dllllnglmm and Irnfcssor llalnes and Vesta tho children of the were also on Tho literature referred to in the complaints was Cupids regarded as an old and certain selected poems of Wnlt Hoy wood was charged with sending these tlirmiKli the mulls to one box Nyaek A second complaint charged Hoy wood with sending to George name ad printed giving information as to how and of whom a certain designed for purposes not encouraged lu the might be Anthony Comstock and Vostnmster Gregory of flrst The counsel for tho consisting of George Seurle nnd Storer filed n rteinurrcr and a motion to There was some Irregularity la the llrst and it was lluiilly Tlie second com regarding clilully tho was The evidence of the government having been put the counsel for the defendant were a halfhour recess for At thu afternoon hearing tho defendant was held lu fur appearance before the December grand jury of tho United States District Ellzur not under which he ob jected to averred that ho WHS worth over and was about to go bull for tlie But Heywood objected to coming forward to commit an assault upon or in other words to accept Wrights assistance and give The court then sitltl I commit you to Twice tho friends of Heywood Induced him to appear before the commissioners to make an but all that could be elicited from him was that ho would give his word of nioutli that ho would be on liuiid when A third was more aud the defendant went through the necessary formula and was Congraaaman ISjieclal to Tha Jlneton November man Jonathan Updogralt is not aa was but In very Ho will orobably never go to Congress QlDger or mental weakueih Special Despatch to Tlie Boston November Hall was packed this evening in response to the call for the citizens to assembleto express their indignation against iish monopolies and Tn regard to the one In Boston lately disbanded it wae a matter of This the the public was called to n monopoly here In own city by the following flyer with the New EiiRlana halibut For the past sixteen years a known as the New England Fish has held sway in this it Is made up to a large extent of Boston and New York not one of whom risk dollar tho fishing Industry of Little do they care what privations and hardships aro endured by the men who pursue the hazardous business of you barely earn a livelihood at your dangerous oc while the flsh monopolists on tlio other hand live in The agent of the New Eng land company Is a fair sample of the company ho ns he whirls through our streets In his fine drawn by a spnnof blooded compare your condition to and ask yourselves If the monopolists are not getting more than a fair share of the fruits of your Already one ring In Boston been broken now let this one In your own city surfer the same Do away with these monopolists and rings and you make a competition among the flsh buyers ana establish a live market for your All flsh caught by Gloucester vessels should be landed at Gloucester and sold direct from Why go to Boston at all with your flsh Let the Boston who have tried to foster a monopoly iipon upon come here for their flab or go It Is time that the fishermen took Bold Stand lii this matter and make a new departure by mar keting jour catch in and show the Boston land sharks that you are under no obligations to them It will prove a great benefit to yourselves and the citizens In gen It will be ventilated at City Hall this even Come come Mayor Williams called the meeting to George Tarr of the Bay State Hnlibut who has been so instrumental in breaking up the Boston was chosen and took the cliair amid the cheers of the Charles Litchman of Marblehead was the flrst speaker of the and In his usual elo quent manner thoroughly ventilated the subject of but confining himself more particu larly to the New England Fish Litchman explained in a concise manner the ad vantages of tbe fishermen marketing their flsh in Gloucester and forcing Boston dealers to purchase from here thus giving to this city the full benefit of her flsliing He showed how tho owners and fishermen acting in unity held the matter In their own hands and could break up any fish monopoly or and in the place of one fresh halibut flnn there would be numerous firms hi tlie and there would be a lively competition for flsh and high The In alluding to the manner In which Tarr had acted in relation to the Boston coinnlimented him also referred In fit tint terms to tho determination of the fishermen who came to Gloucester with their Tno speaker was listened to with marked attention and frequently At the close of his speech Tho Following Preamble and JEoiolutlou wore adopted aa Important crisis has arisen la the prin cipal Industry of the city of an IncluBtry employing hundreds of thousands cit men und millions of and ranking in all its various branches among the greatest in the State and nation for mutual It Is absolutely necessary that gome action should be taken to retain in our city this Important Industry which whitens our harbor with i i tutlla and furnisher employment to the larger portion of uur cltlzunn it is proper that a lirlof statement should the public Hi tl jinff iti nation lii tho city of having for Jtsobjoct tho bo given to the p pu the Ashing Industry of A recent onmbi totfa the Ho of tho onuses which have led meetlnK of the therefore wo offer to ubllc this trutluul account of the situation of complete control of tho fresh ilsli business of Now aft well us the comnleto subserviency of every vessel owner aud fisherman miRaged In has been brokeu by tho manly action of one Hrm In our own sustained bv tho determined co operation of the fishermen dealing in that A combination fully as dangerous aud obnoxious had existed In our midst for the past six teon gradually extending Its ouoratlons anil In Its power until tt lias Rained a monopoly of tho lumbut trade ot this market so strong tJnit no other firm can stand against It and other firms for selfprntoctlon to entov and Rive allegiance to the same No party totlay can buy a trip of halibut in Gloucester and sell it acuiii with out the consent of the New Kngland Kish Com pany and the Atlantic Halibut Com pany and iitockbrldite This monopoly threatens the dealers that It will not sell them any halibut If at anv time they purchase of other thus monopolizing to themselves the entire nulibut trade of Shall this condition of a Hairs go gathering strength HS it and our paralyzed industry make no Wo and not without good that uudev favorable con ditions our population can bo doubled In the uoxt ten We are hardly able to meet the present demand for our We will probably have within ten years a thousand sail ot vessels fitted from this If this monopoly is not brokeu now It will be far more diffi cult it notwellnlKb impossible to attenmt When it js remembered tliat this monopoly pays a very small percentage oC taxes In our thatlts large dividends go to Mew York ana and that it runs no risk of loss or life or ot property in the fishing Industry of is It not our Imperative duty to act for our own gelfprotee tlouV In view of those acts hero stated we nubmlt tho following That a committee of twelve be chosen from ihls to bo known as the Committee of to take Into consideration tho nresunt condition of devise some proper and to the ploduud support and united endorsement of the entire nslilng Industry of The following committee of protection were chosen David George Captain Edward Captain Wil liam Captain Nathaniel Frank Sylvauus Captain Kdward Benjamin Captain Jesse Captain William Lynn William Callahan of Salem jumped from a mov ing train at Swampscott yesterday re ceiving severe Ho wished to stop at Swampscott and did The Marys Society held their an niversary in Odd Follows Hall last Tho shoecutters of Mils city hold a meeting at 71 Mi Market street last evening to take steps for assistant superintendent of thu narrow gauge has resigned Ills position to take effect December He goes to Mexico to accept the position nf assistant superintendent ol tho Mexican Central Special Police Officer Isaiah Htoue was yester day afternoon presented with a gold watch and chain by his At a match ganio of polo at tho Coliseum last the Lynn Club won by two to one against the Salem There were about 000 spectators and the game wijs very A special mietliii of the was held President Hollis In the Severn Items of business sent down from tlie aldermen received concurrent The Council receded from Us original position In relation tn thu weekly and referred the order to the cummitteo on ordinances In The oitier iLliitivo to placing a lire nliirin box In fieott was lliu subject of considerable Upon a yea and nay vote being taken the report of the which was favorable tut ho location of said was rejected by u vote ot 14 to The WorUliiBincus city committee met at the City Hall last evening and organized by the choice of chairman Frank and According to aiinmiueoment the to tho number ot about assembled at the Police Courtroom last where a good deal of in terest was shown in completing an The meetIng was called to order by who was subsequently elected and Boblnson A committee was unpointed tn draft a series of resolutions to bo presented at the next to be held at Mechanics Hall at oQlock tills Salem A large hearing was hold before the Board of Aldermen yesterday afternoon on the matter of the North river Some forty persons whose land had been filled and they mostly accepted the offer of the and will pay ten cents per foot tor the tilling aim take the land In the Supreme before Justice the cross libels ot Adallne lirown George Brown wore both Vnlim significant featule departure of a domestic employ of Wnkefleld on Ames aha wfth wh6m Moore Is It IS tons it and children in thfe city and it spouse In the wpbtern section of this He Is a member of the Knights of Honor and Grand and nbout40 years of a of Daniel residing on the corner of Xihurch and Norfolk was bitten severely upon the forehead yesterday by a shepherd dog owned by Frank A new locomotive on the Providence rnllrond has been named Abner Aldea in compliment to tho Dedham station There aro about twentyfive persons employed In Storrs mills finishing the stock in TEMPERANCE The Bodtoh NoLioefise Onion OrBafiized A Ceaseless War on theSale of Liquor to be WagedMtfho Through William an In vitation was extended to all persons opposed to granflng In Uoston to attend a meeting to be hold In Wesleyan Hall last evening to organize a Boston NoLlecriso Hums Hamilton and others were an nounced to Music by the Hosslnl quartet was Held out as a further All this brought together a full Prominent in a front seat sat Henry Faxon of Miner sat near and otheivpronilnpnt temperance men were scattered through the audi William Colcord the meeting to He wits chosen temporary and William Sheldon temporary The chairman made a brief address and proceeded to read a draft of a constitution which had been prepared for the proposed The constitu tion was unanimously The constitution opens with a preamble which declares that a thorough organization of the no Hconso Irrespective of should be made for aggressive It then provides that the name ot the association shall be the Boston No License and that Its officers shall hold ofllce for one or till tlielr successors are The executive when shall consist of five persons for each ward of the and shall meet for conference as often as tlie necessity of the work in hand Any legal voter may be entered on the roll ot member ship of the union by his agreeing to vote No on the question of granting licenses for the sale of intoxicating Tlie chairman then read the following ot who Were elected Without opposition John Kbbert Tfoat Edward 11 Jacob Rolana William H Albert Pliny Wendell Benjamin Charles Samuel Ezra Eben William Some one in the audience here created a little breeze by asking what had become of the nolicense committee which existed lust The chairman said that an organization which at this late hour had not manifestedany disposition to take hold of the wbrtc must certainly be either dead or some thing The chairman appointed Bicknell of Ward 24 and William Green Ward 22 to escort President Webster to the President who was greeted with hearty spoke of tlie work with which tliu newlyorganized union had to Referring to the liquor asked Do we call these men criminals above all men Faxon shouted I do and everybody Webster said It may me an aggressive work that we undertake to do but f regard It rather as a work Those whom we oppose are banded and I say we come in on the de as much as those who contended to save tho freedom of the We must havo some kind sympathy and pity for these but never submit to tlielr wrongdoing wo can help In this an 1 the union and strength Is against but there is tins 0110 thing to unuuurngu In tliu State at large J am glad to say not one town In six wants and I think those which do are good many of We have plenty of work to 1 consider It simply a work of defence my It is an honorable an urgent a work that hecometli the purest men and In the i President Webster introduced Hydo ol Newton aa the first There are two said tlmt tbey say we have on the brain out there In One Is Xcwtou the other Is the circuit and they might add Newton is a very old and from its very foundation it lias been a temperance Among Its resi dents have been many temperance advocates of the highest class for as William to whom be all Newton Is the sixteenth city in Massachusetts In It is the banner city of Massachusetts on the subject of At tlie last election votes were cast for license and for We have not done as have some voted for license and then allowed rum to be openly as far as I there isnt a grog shop In the city of The Mayor Is a temperance The cltv marshal wants to keep his place ter and and prosecutes rum sellera as lie would any class of law break We have been working for wo mean to keep on till Boston anil all the otlier cities In the Commonwealth vote as Newton This is how we do our work we enlist the They are all with us but I wont mention his becnise it wouldnt look well tu the papers next Laughter and 1 know von but we Perhaps we have a better Then we work at tlie where much can be Tlie render valuable Hut I was to make only a short Therefore I close hoping COURT Superior Civil Sears Lo Verdict for Wamsutta Mills Old Colony steamboat Com Jury In order Second Willie Colo Applebury et On In order Cambridge A black horse and open both the property of Edward Kendall of the firm of Kendall boiler were stolen or away from Central squarelast John Downey of 13 Porter street at Station 3 that solno one stole a bank evidencing deposited In the hast Cambridge FlvpOtint Savings and a silver watch valued at from her house within the past few Postmaster Tobev has made Fogarty superintendent of the Kast Cambridge position tinerl so acceptably Miss Ella Stevend for several Miss Clara aged 22 was arrested yesterday by Boston officers mid handed over to tlie oillccrs of Station a charged with having stolen a slIvorwHtnli aiirt cliulii from her late em Curtis of 03 Spring slrioti great1 value to HopBitters have been ot I was laid Up with typllotd favor for over two and coilld get no relief until tried your Hop To those suffering with debility or any one in feeble health I cor dially recommend 083 Fulton 23d Daniel Tillon 67 years 0 motlthfl 23 irnneral at 2 from his late resl 110 Addlson Relatives and friends aro Invited to attend without further this 22a David 43 roars 3 Funeral from his Into 213 Endlcott the 25th Relatives aud friends aru Invited to SPECIAL DRAPER HAILS RldihS 01 Dedham Open dally from 8 to 9 Music Tuesday and Saturday that you may even surpass In your own cities the work wo havo done In The meeting was furtlicr addressed by Rufus Frost of Professor Starr of rifTord and Hamilton and The addresses were well received and Interspersed with SOUTH Anniversary ot the ACnnehcater Injured The ClannaGael Association of South Boston observed last night the fifteenth anniversary of the Manchester Larklii and James McLouBlillil presided and delivered the Introductory Songs and recitations were given by Gnragan and and after supper the following toasts were responded John Lane acting as toastimister The duy we Thomas Kouaynn HOUGHTON 55 TREMONT THE MEAT REDUCTION In price of some of our ex amine the low prices and visit the Jewelry which has teen removed from the front up one to the Millinery nearly directly opposite the main Handsome Christmas Presents can be secured here for very little Heavy Gold Plate Bar and reduced from and Solid Silver Bar Pins and up to Lockets and extra heavy Gold up to Solid Gold Finger very hand up to BedCelluloid Ladies Silver Chatelaine very Steel Earrings and Pins at nominal Fancy Collar up to Ladies and Gents Sleeve up to Gold Thimbles at greatly reduced IMMENSE Felt Derby reduced from Beaver reduced from MolesTdn reduced from Houghton 9D Tremont anil continued till a late roreman Mullen of Steamer 1C Is laid up at his 1381 by Injuriesrc eclved at tliti lire at Stetsons a week For sonic days after the tiro ho felt no serious but curly tills week was uompellcil to discontinue duty U tho Iliginu owing to He lias since grown but Is now not in a dangerous arms bulow the elbows and Ills legs Wclow the knees ware spat tered with water iliiown from the hose upon tlie lime in the and although It did not affect his the flesh after some days showed signs of Ho will bo uonlltiod to the house for some time tloseman McOuIrk of the same engine who was Injured at the same fire by being thrown from the hose carriage on starting to return to the engine Is slowly recovering from his In The wheels of the hose carriage passed over his At the suniu lire Cornelius call hoseman of tho same suffered luliirlcs similar to those of but of a less severe cliurac Ho Is not yet nble to return to bis Two or three others were affected in a less degree by the water from tho FOR tine Sailors was granted a divorce from Martha SelleiH for adultery and Her cross libel dis Thomas Holly wan granted a dlvorco from his Sarah on grounds of A conference of the friends ot for was held at the Essex House last even A public meeting will be held next week to complete tho Dadhnm George a wellknown cobbler and general utility has left town under a cloud and gone to unknown He resided wltli his widowed mother on Church whom lie has left In she having been obliged to apply to tho selectmen yesterday after noon lor tinnnolal 8ho Is about 70 years of Mnldon The citizens of Ward 6 held their caucus last Thomas Savage was chosen chairman and Freeman The following nominations were made Frank Clark Shiick James Haniuett Thomas Savage Georga Tho citizens of Ward 1 held their caucus last evening with Foster and Henry The following nomina tions were madu Tristram Griffin Knlglits Foster Per kins George East Boston A regular meeting of the Eudloott branch of the Ladles Land League was held last evening in the rooms of the Young Mens Catholic tho Miss Sarah in tho Au Interesting was dcllvurcd liv Tho annual sociable of this braiuli was announced to be held on Friday Decem ber nt Lyceum A special meeting was announced for next Tuesday when tickets for the sociable will tie ready for distribu A most successful Old Folks Party was given In Maverick Hall last which was attended by some 100 who enjoyed nn order of fourteen dances to the mualo of Kdmands1 Extract Irom Public THE NEW OLIVE BUTTER Is excellent for frying Theres something In a hut pronalily nothing of the olive In tlie butter except Its color besides bolus assured bT chemists that this is a porfenply nuro vegetable ixll housekeepers wno have trlod It wilt agree that It extremely economical and maicos a very dalleato fryiiiK Hera ivaa formerly the situation In tlie kitchen over tho f rilnRoan You could take which was not and used up very fast you hurt healtfes oolnR required n skill ul cook to keep It from IrarnluK or you could usii ualnd though coxUiii alarmlnplr to begin renulreri so little tn do tfit work tbac the cooking school would tell you It was like the widows It flirt not seem to lose perceptibly after fry ing flftv oysters the bottle was nearly as full as be IJut very few Amurlnitu housekeepers could na by Its first to try sweet c which fs the fryjmr material ot all south We loiive out ot the Hat clarlnod or because there Is soldim ouoiiKhnf this to rto the entire cooking oven with a conscientious person In tha kitchen who understands how to save use It as It should nlways be Inshited The two best Known veEetable oils that this country pronncns are cotton seed oil and penuut both of which are un derstood to have boon for yours exported to EuronOt comliiK buck to us lu wlnlcerccivorud flasks as Italian ollvn Real ollvo oil from California Is too sjnall a product us yet tn count much In the home The manufacturers of tha now olive which Is not butter at but a clear greenish Imve agreed to give us a liome irarmntod without tho ocean voyage to conciliate our ridiculous American do not label It cotton seed at peanut tho former of which It probably Any body wbo tries it will agree that it cooks as well salad olli and ns all vegetable oils heat at lower tem perature than the solid animal It does not burn aud states bar lias taken a gold watch and othur juwplry front But the most Wells Renewer restores heaUfc cures To and New llnltlo tor State of Nevada for Silesia for Hamburg Catnlonlu from Suuvlu fuom Wisconsin from New Krln from Mew Bpv Hunters Hunter Sifter and Circulars awnynr waste aviy a convenient with as It comes In Ilka the kero sene oil so that yon can pour off tlie desired for and ator tuts eau be oara nllv strained nnd returned to tho except it has been usuil when It must be put In a bottle and kept aoart for this U hai a slightly nunseut smell when whloh U said to be entirely removed ly the use of a plnoh of but which Is no woru than other frying throuch the The ugs clamor corn fritter that aro turned out ot olive butter by a Koort cook have not a particle nf greaslness about nor taste whatever ol the medium In which they For IR BETTER THAN FULL Y EQUAL TO AND COSTS MUCH LESS THAN ONE POUND of Olive Butter will do the work of TWO Pounds of MANUFACTURED ONtT BY Washington Butchers FOR BALE BX FUVTM II   

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