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Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - April 22, 1884, Boston, Massachusetts APRIL PRICE TWO THE TRUMP TEAIR A Journey of Fourteen Hun dred Miles on liah Jowctts Remarkable Trip From to His Exciting Experiences Along the Way Graphically Thats him thats I can tell him by his isndthe speaker stood up In the little dory and pointed across the waste ol creeks and toward the spot where a half bent over the sands with a clam hoe In The speaker was a iiectUedfaced with expansive countenance and the corners whose as lie passed each other at the back of his The youths a seated in a was exploring the various creeks and inlets about the mouth of the Ipswich tn search of Nehemlah Alvtn who had re cently reached his home after a Journey of 1400 which he had traversed on The Miah alluded to in the exclamation ol the freckledface youth was the aforesaid Nelie Beaching the atramp of a few hundred yards over the salt marshj covered with dead beach beaten flat by the am bedraggled with brought the parly within hailing distance of who was diligently engaged digging He readily responded to the fording the shallow extended his hand in greeting to his he I am the man who walked from to arid a good tramp It I left home the week after the wreck of the City of and went to Jacksonville by intending to remain hare and When I reached that place I found there was to be I stayed a and no and my funds becoming I resolved to come and there was no way to doit Except to Trump So I turned my face to the northward and set Did you travel alone I started but a few miles out of Jackson ville I fell In with a young colored fellow who was on his way lo He had run away from home with a party of boys and gone to Jack sonville to work at dipping Ho had got tired of it and homesick I arid so set out to tramp it We travelled in com pany where we were treated I stopped at a large house In the suburbs of the city and asked for something to I was Invited in and given a bountiful I had promised to meet the young colored fellow the other side ol the After travelling some dis tance he wanted to sit down arid So we turned out of the road a little and he sat audin a few moments he fell over to the sound I saw ho could go no so 1 gathered wood and built a and lay down and went to sleep The next day we started on and continued togetherunlll lie turned oil to go to Beaufort and I continued on to that he never had SB spent tor his On crossexamination Champion testified that a sister of Cooley was Involved In a and that a who was a was sued by a which caused Cooleys bitter feeling against Barton ot Hatfiekl testified that tiie testator was accustomed to hall witness while by his house there Itavent you gos them cured up this way yet His con versation was always and he seemed to despise sick ho were made by their own When he WHS hurt In Northampton he said that witness followed him home m order to get a hut that when he had a doctor he wanted a good The Insanity experts will begin their testimony Witt NOT Tlie Pittriot Interviewed at Power in Special to Mow York April any one in the United States is laboring under the delusion that Charles Stewart Parnell has any intention pi resigning his leadership of the Irish Nationalist that person should be promptly A rumor to that effect having been started in and having received currency by publication in the Daily a correspondent of the World was sent to ascertain from Tarnell himself the truth or falsity of ihe The correspondent today found Parnell at the Imperial He was busily occupied In the Intervals left to him betwefti calls by local magnates and dictating a stenog rapher replies to a mass yf correspondence which lay upon the Parnell better In his In answer to a qiustlnu as to his reported resignation of Ihe he laughed and said Does this look like it No I have so little in tention of leaving the post to which my friends have called me that I have within the last week made engagements which will occupy the next live years of my Yon have made any move toward resigning your leadership and 1 distinctly authorize you to especially to our friends lu that I have no intention of doing What are the chances of tho success our campaign In Parliament AS favorable as can Tho Irish National League sustained me by an overwhelming vote at its convention last and 1 have every reason to believe that tlie principles which I repre sent will have a larger following this year than ever The Irish party is becoming a very potent factor in the English and you will soon see that Its power is greater than has ever before been Vermont Him Mnl Prohibition for Thirty 7eur anil aro Only Ten Cents l Correspondence at The Boston April of the larger towns in Vermont have recently and still others aro considering the advisability of organizing Law and Order the primary purpose of whish Is to aid the authorities in the the enforcement of the prohibitory law and the suppression of drunkenness and liquor The fact that there is a necessity for such leagues should do something towards opening the eyes of people In other States and other whoare considering the advisability of enacting prohibitory Tho simple fact is that our prohibitory law is and always has been a conspicuous with the exception of only a short period after it was llrst when it succeeded for a brief space In frightening the But the scare soon wore and the large prollts Irftho men to risk the penalties imposed by the and this has continued over It Is than thirty CDTTIHG AD Mahone Making Virginia Solid for The Presidents Chances in New York Choosing Convention Schemes to Cut the Throat of Man From the there is some sort ol juggling gome on among tho dilcRates already or which tlie people In the respective districts are hot Strength of the Different The result of Hie elections ot delegates to the National liepubllcan Convention thus fur lield is sliovai iii the following table Did yon visit any oi the points ol interest iu Charleston No I was on the tramp and attended strictly to 1 had no time tor historical investi I pushed on to and thence to Beaufort and A little way ot Beaufort a dog commenced to follow Passing through GoUlsboro a man called out will you take for your dog Ill sell him for said I will give you said the u XKnucl Over Your said and lie save me the and toolc the Was it a valuable dog asked tlie He was a little From Goldsboro I pushed on through North Carolina and Virginia and headed for Petersburg and Did you gat plenty to oat by the way Yes a great Both whites and ineRrous were very They gave us the best They are pretty uoor in that Init they gave us plenty ot pork and corn you stop in the houses or cabins by ulght No they would not let me in to I slept in the woods and llelds while in the warm and wjien I got further where ii was I had to take to the Did you have much company by the way Tramps Just swarm In tho and I met them The most of them were head ing They travel in some of them very comprising a score or When they near a city or large town they scatter and enter it from different After they pet lilled up they meet at the further side of the city and continue their you meet with any trouble at the hands of any ol1 them at I had no trouble from the begin ning ot my tramp to the If you had had a watch or a nice suit of perhaps you would not have fared so sug gested the I am not so sure about I met a prveat very Welldressed Near Klehrnond 1 met two nnelydrussed young I supposed they were on a toot journey for but I after some conversation with that they were professionals We aro tramp ing for a they Leaving Richmond I next struck crossed tho Kappa liaunock and f uttlied on Toward Did you stop there and pay your respects to the President 1 was so shaggy I was afraid diet wouldnt recognize so I kept right on through the stopuing only long enough to sea tlie It is a big witli a big domo in the From Washington 1 travelled to Bal and thence to and Philadel Did yon get an occasional lift on a freight train 1 did not dare to try Near Richmond I fell in with three fellows who afterward stole a ride on a train but they got caught and got Tour months I wanted none ot so I kept shy of freight trains and walked every foot of the Did you have any difficulty iu finding the way None at I followed the railroad tho entire BO I couldnt go After I left New and when 1 was passing through a small a conductor of a ireight train which was stopped there asked where 1 was and said he had seen me on the road for nearly i He advised me to stow away on his but I was afraid to try I had business to attend to and didnt want any jail I passed through Hartford and Alter reaching the Northern States I passed the nights in station as it was too cold to sleep out of 1 stopped In the station house in Boston the last night out and started on the home stretch between 7 and 8 oclock in tbo I reached Ipswich about 1 in tho I had an offer ot a llll In a wagon that but aa 1 had walked every step so far I thought I would put it clear I guess I looked pretty rough when 1 struck How long were you on thu way Eleven weeks and for 1 will start right out tomorrow for back the same Did you enjoy good health throughout tho journey Never was The first few days I was but i soon got over tliat ana had no trouble At the conclusion of his narrative Miah picked up his clam hoe and resumed his The wind blew sharp ana cold over the as the dory was headed up the after an hour and a half of hard pulling against wind and tide the wharves of Ipswich were Did you lind Miahv was the salutation from the wharf as the dory came within hailing dis is left of answered tho youth of the 6peii Why Dickinson Disliked All Special IKspaUli io Boston April sixth day of the Dickinson will case opened this morning with the examination of with whom tlie testator liveu litleen Champion de scribed his picking up stouus on the farm and piling them around the apple the smoothest of which ho whitewashed with a Cooley started to write a bible and said that he was going to and he kept a lot of manuscript which he had He demurred because witness children sent to Halfield to and said that the weight of an ox was was uectssurj lur a wan to years since tlie law was llrst At almost every session of ihe Legislature since its passage it has been amended braced up In weak places until It has become about as perfect a piece of sumptuary legislation as human ingenuity Is capable of Yet In spite of all the elforts Hint have been exhausted to make It perfect its friends In Vermont are reluctantly confessing that it Is very far from being u Indeed at a temperance held here but a few weeks ago President Hamlin of jlliddlebury College acknowledged that during tlieyuar then just past the temperance though it had made appreciable gains in various places In the hau emphatically lost ground at As a matter of It had but very little ground to lose if President Hamlin only know in all the largo towns in tho State liquor is sold by the drink and the bottleful as freely as In any license Occasional stupendous efforts are made to enforce the almost invariably end lit Witness tho powerful efforts put forlh during the past few years in Middlebury and other large In allot these the efforts made to stop the sale ot licjuor resulted and in any of them now almost any man who has a dime can get a The trouble seeing to be that only a few persons In each community care about the law or Its en In times of special excitement and endeavor in the temperance circles these few are able to drive drag into their ranks a consider able numbnr of usually Indifferent but the excitement soon passes away and these retire Into their customary condition of carelessness and If they would vote as they a majority of the legal voters of Vermont would vote against but it should be remembered that they have never had any chance to vote on the The new wrinkle called Law and Order leagues will uot have any better Already oppos ing organizations have been talked and all men who go into the Law and Order business will be boycotted iintll their business is killed and they aro made thoroughly sick of Despatch to Tho lioston April President ex peels that the Readjustees which meets at Richmond next If it does not Instruct tho delegates to vote for see that none but his supporters are chosen A special despatch to the Star from Richmond to night As Indicating the zeal and earnestness of Ma hone In tlie cause of It Is already arranged tliat at a conference ot the to be held to the entire programme of the convention Is to be cut out nnd the work of a party of finished just two days in advance of the authorized Mahone himself is on the ground and will superintend the proceedings In He is out spoken in his antagonism to and radical In his demand for ailoutandout Arthur delegation He will have DO alliance with the sympathizers of nor will he tolerate the election of any avowed Logan or Edmunds Asto should that gentleman receive the nomination at it Is an open secret that Mahone would at once conclude to retire from active It Is not that even in that event ho would cooperate with the hut only bidding a long farewell to perchance to State politics as In that case the younger men among his such as Governor Blair and would come more prominently to the Indeed tho visit tho other day Riddle Wise and Hooper to coupled witn the notorious hostility of many of his leading fol lowers to ah Arthur would seem to im ply an expectation that General Mahoncs early dlsgruntloment Is which they antici pate Is likely to happen in national and their consequent assumption oE the command made vacant by his Tlio convention will assemble at tho and will bo numer ously Some 7CO or 800 delegates aro A1V OMINOUS Speculation to tho Itlrcctlon in the Oat Will on tho Coining ITtlca Special DcBpatcli to Tho Boston April view of the fact that the Republican State Convention Is but two days off ihc calm at the seat of war Is Very few of the delegates or the lookerson have yet and those that are hero admit that they can give not even a wellfounded guess at the re Thero are about twothirds ot the delegates considering whoso atti tude something is and these aro about equally divided between Arthur and with the preference for tlie Of the remain ing onethird but little Is known except that they liold the balance of There is every Indica tion of a verv largo Senator Warner oxSpeaker Carr and Barney Biglin will be at Baggs Hotel Clerk Vroonian was in the city tills afternoon completing the arrange ments at the opera The State committee headquarters will he at Baggs There is a from the New York Typographical Union here who will endeavor to bring before a resolution denouncing the New York Tribune for tho course it has pursued rela tive to the worklngmen and their Thoy say that they have seen many of the delegates and have been kindly received by The Opera where the sessions of the convention will bo scats 1800 and telegraph wires and Instruments have been placed on the for press It Is expected that the major ity of delegates will arrive and tliat bv tomorrow evening the political pot will boll Aliilmmu Cidlfuritln Colorado Connecticut Pnhnvuro Florida leorila Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Mulnu lUassaelinseUs s Band Outwits the Snamsh NKW April Havana advices of April 17 say The following is a reliable account of Agueros movements from the time he landed until he penetrated into the rich jurisdictions of Colon and Shortly after landing he took to the dense but prior to doing so he obliged the authorities of a neighboring settlement to furnish him with a substantial Until the ith nothing was heard of On that day he appeared on the plantation Merledes do quite near the village ol where there is a post of civil guards and On this plantation he found three negroes in the These and others lie placing in the stocks the overseer the He then proceeded to the plantation whence a messenger was despatched lo who re turned with The march was and continued to thu plantation where the party seized a large number of horseu and im pressed the overseer as a On the 8th the whole party was at whore It burned two the headquarters of the civil and tint station and warehouse of IUB at that Several papers severely criticise the inability of the authorities lo promptly annihilate these who are now so LOUISIANA Xodayfl Content 1romiBlua ttt KBe an cltiutc Tho Special Despatch to The Boston 1 NEW April result of tomor rows elections is awaited by all parties with the most Intense and the contest promises to be an exciting legislative and parish officers are to be and questions of great importance aro to be among which is that of the amendment relative to the Interest on the State which will affect many holders of Louisiana bonds In tlie The effect the tariff agita tion has had on tho vote of tho State will also be closely The following are tlie Stato tickets in the Held Democnilie Hepnljlieiin Knohlouh Treasurer Beciyuf Arroyo Aintltor Steeio of 1ublic Education Warren Kastou M Alfred CUtmliUri New Einzlaid whistling buoy off Eastern Glouces will be removed Slay 15 and replaced October 15 ot each a special election in Holyoke yesterday tho city accepted the act authorizing the appointment of park thousand one hundred and twenty dollars has been subscribed for the benefit of Itosa Murderer Samons living Lowell last at Huolington Hall a fair was opened in aid of the Firemens Kund Asso It was devoted to concert and is felt for safety of the schooner Alice Captain lumber which left Vineyard Haven April lo for Fire last night destroyed the two ami onchalf story building owned by Otis Curtis at The origin of the hie is unknown probably Mayor and aldermen of Lawrence passed an order last night instructing the city marshal to prosecute all liquorsellers who neglect to apply for or take out licenses previous to wno was to command the the new yacht built at New London for Ileniy Burnham of was stricken with apoplexy Saturday and lias since been lu a critical Moore of the Phillips Phonograph and Moore of the Maine have completed arrangements for thu purchase of the Watervllle They take po3sesslon the last of Both have had twenty years expe rience In the newspaper Supreme Court at Lowell before Judge Hie jury returned a verdict In the casu of James Buckiey of ex ceutur of Ihe will of Aim late of Mary et sustaining the The amount ut stake was about fire broke out in a large hoarding stable nnd barn in the rear of tlie Glens Falls Shirt Com panys and in less than ten intitules the barn was Fullers livery stable adjominir wiin great uifliciilty No lire in Albans ever started to aged attempted suicide yesterday at Westtuld by the use of lie has been coachman for Luilin tho past year or but recently has been ill ana unable to work Me was married about six months Some think that domestic troubles more than despondency from Illhealth was the cause of the The dose was very large eeyol for McKnery was elected iniil sueeeedeil tu thi1 odloe ol governor uu the death of Governor in An amendment iu regard to the Stain debt will be voted The constitution of 1H70 provides In relation to this debt the Interest on It shall be 3 per until December then ii per for hfteen years then 4 per Tlio amendment provides that after December the rate of interest shall be increased from 3 per increasing the amount the Stato must pay annually nearly There arc also seven oilier amendments to be voted refer only to local questions bear ing on ihe jurisdiction of the All the members of the both Hcmitc and arc to IKS selected lor a term ol lour Tlie present Legislature stands 32 7S Democratic nnijorliy on joint The new Legislature will meet May IU and eicct a United states senator to suc ceed a Tlie new Ktate and parish oflieers will Installed In oflice May For mayor New Orleans the candidates are Democrat present Parish or Independent Democrat Davidson Indorsed by Ke The new city administration taKes possession the week afler the April The following arc tlie latest votes of Louisiana IN I 1 Hi 11 Uil Ii 12 1 8 m 38 Missouri Nebraska Nevada New Mew New York North Ohio Oregon lihodo South Tuiiiiosseo Texas Vermont Virginia West Wisconsin Arizona Dakota of liltiho Montana New Mexico Utah Washington Wyoming 40 GOBION He Will Cut Himself Off From the Government the doctors liardiy expect to pull him Arthur8 Stranicth in His Special Dncimtrh to Tlie liosloii 1 April Presidents frlenus aver that they will receive thirtyseven out of the seventytwo votes of the Itepubllcan delegation Irom New York to tlie Chicago Coiiven They are disappointed In not securini a greater and say that if a thorough can vass had been made by his friends In each county Die result would have bctu A close friend and eonliiicntlal adviser in the President today examined the list of dele published in the New York Tribune ibis as elected in thirtythree districts of the The list showed sixtysix delegates to have been whom twentynine favored twentytour nine and lour classed This gentleman said There aro several errors in the For exam In the first district John Crane is classed as an Edmunds 1 know be will vile for lu the second district classified for will vole lor lu the third district Andrew classified as u Ulaiue is pledged to In Hie iifth dis trict classified tor will vote for flatt Carpenter of the six teenth district nd Hamilton clashed as will support the James Houck and James classlliid will support him in Ihe an will also Leonard Htirritt of thirtieth as an Kdmunds I have named nine votes added to Ihe iwenlviour conceded General Arthur by tlie gives him Uilrtytnree He Is cure of securing both delegates trom thu thirty tliiid district to be elected by the convention ID linn tinnyfive of district count unon two whose names making ttnrtyseven iu 1 From this gentlemans talk ii would appear that 181 IS A Vienna Theatre Burned Lives and Manv Gueen Victorias Condition Improved Other Foreign Totals I IB I 5j New Bedford Republican Special Dostmtph to The Boston NEW April At the liepubllcan caucus tonight the following delegates lo the State and district conventions were elected William GeoriM floury C William Charles David Hullo William William Jonathan Charles William KUniund Wnrron Isaac Joseph James Augustus Dciiinmln William Andrew George Humphrey William Andrew William A Scheme to Kntfa Despatch to Tho Boston NEW April A Washington special to the Graphic says it Is coming to bo understood here that If Blalne is nominated at Chicago there will ho a third candidate m the placed there and supported by the Independent liefonn who have been organiz ing throughout the They will support Uresham any other of the Kepublicans but will holt A gentleman In the movement said that In case Blame was made the Ifepnbllenu candidate it was suggested thuiti muss convention be called of all licpubllciins who were opposed to his to meet afler tlie Democratic Na tional Convention In and If the man nomi nated there was not acceptable they would be likely to put In the field sonic one whom they could support An Arced Aspirant for a Sliceiiil to Tlio Boston CrlolieM April The candidacy of Moody Currier of Manchester for the Itopub llcan gubernatorial nomination Is causing some ot the leaders of the party considerable Currier was a leading candidate two years and was only as is friends by the most unblush Inir bribery in the This year ho Is again being pushed for the nominal It is urged by those who do not fnvor his candidacy that Currier is In no condition to assume a two years term as liu IS now 80 years of and his general hrulth is not It Is stated thai Currier was m town Saturday last In consultation with the chairman of the Itepub II ran Stale Edmunds Supaorted in rSpccinl Despatch to Tho Huston April Tho Republican cau cuses for tne choice of delegates to the district convention lobe held Thursday were held The attendance was In three wards the delegates were instructed for and In the remain hip live no instructions were but a strong feeling for Edmunds was In Ward the aristocratic the inly contest took Thu vote there for candidates was about two to one In lavor of the next choice being for with scattering ballots for Hoar and Ward Senator Hoars was unanimous for Tnmmanyn Annual Special Despatch to The Huston NEW April At the animal meeting of Tammany Society tonight the following ticket was elected for the ensuing year John William Nathaniel Charles John Charles Kdward Henry Jiimbleton and James Flack Stevens Arthur Lean1 William Dolilis John The saclicniH will cull a meeting at an early dnto lo elect i grand sachem In the place of Augustus Tho Old Ticket in Kplicliil Ucspiitelt Huston April The Democrat of this clly this evening publishes a nil canvass of the State on the Demo cratic choice for Thu chairmen of the the central committees or other lend ing Democrats In threefourths of the comities ol the Stale the A large mitlorlty favor I ho old ticket of Tlldcn and II may lie said that this neiiUmem is practically For the heeoml ihoite Senator McDonald of Indiana is the The jtopular sentiment Is clearly for revenue Arthurs MISSISSIDIJI Spedul Despatch The liuntoii April The liepubllcan Executive Committee Is now In session lo Harmonize the contesting delegations from a num ber of and a very lively time Is expected The spirit of the as ex pressed by a number of delegates who have ts undoubtedly for though it is certain thai the dileciites to the National Convention will go there Blame nnr Lincoln in fSpeeiul Despatch to TheJloslon April Hejiorts today from thirteen counties out of twentyseven give ten for two lor Arthur anil one pre sumed tobefor Maryhnul will undoubtedly send a Blaiue delegulion to Lincoln Is the favorite for second Calilo to The lloston April Standard says that General Gordon has telegraphed Evelyn Bar expressing his indignation nt being deserted by the English government in his hour of Ho declared his Intention to himself loose from the government and act as snail seem best for himself and com lie wishes It to be understood that he disclaims all responsibility for any bloodshed that may hereafter occur In the and all Ljlood gulltlness must rest upon the The Times says that General Gordon has tele graphed lo Cairo asking If It will bo possible to hlio Turkish troops to assist and announcing ho will hereafter act independently of the government In his operations In the April the government has used every exertion to obtain oflloUU news In re gard to the report that 160 refugees add a portion ol the Shendy garrison bad boon massacred while on their way lo a from Shendy to Bar nothing counrimitory of such a having taken place has been and tho story is now Advices from Shendy aro to the effect thai the Malulls emissaries are stirring the friendly sheiks to revolt and attack their native claiming that they aro worse than tho Several whoso efforts to organize a riot hero attracted the attention the wore arrested TMudirlasiia has telegraphed from Berber ask ing If troops are to be seut to his If not lie says ho wants instructions prior to making the best possible terms with El as he will be unable to hold out much April Standard is credibly informed that all the available Egyptian troops comprising nil brandies of tho military service will start from Cairo for Khartoum at Ve cannot be Suicide of a rSpiHhil Despatch to lluMim April A Washington special to the Herald says Simon llufus nephew of Simon Cameron and cousin of Don committed eulcldis here though the iiianiter ol death nut revealed until a lie was found dead in his bed at 14 K anil al tut it sunpfiseil he huddled natural but it was alter warils lliat lie liul taken an overdose of utulcr clreumMiujces lliiit left no con clusion but that ot lie was jUbt recover ing from a protracted spree and wus sullcimg trout Wamsutta Weavers Special Ilftiialcli to The April weavers of work worked thtir lu couseqneiitie of a decrease iu is previously The weavers rooms iu WamsuUa C and Gritmell shut aowu tliis is iupposed to Accumulate for Muny Iteported ut a Fifes la Ily Cubic to The lioston April is a rumor In this city that a theatre in Vienna has been burned and tliat many people have been Another report says that at a circus performance last night tlie roof fell killing many that so far there had been sixteen bodies taken from the and that hundreds ot women and children had Some estimates place the loss of life as high as Tlio greatest paucity of details nnd it is only through repeated telegrams to Vienna that tho rumor was Dynamiters With April society In this city is considerably excited over a duel yesterday be tween two wellknown frequenters of tho head quarters ot the Joseph a and Captain an had some words on during the heat of which Casey denounced Scully as an The latter challenged the former to a and tliuy met just outside of the city Daggers selected as the and after a few passes Captain Scully was slightly wounded In Iho Their iilonds then lutorlercd aud brought about a Quann Victoria Much Hot April from Darmstadt stato that Queen Victoria had BO far recovered from the attack of lumbago which conllned her to her room on Saturday last as to go out driving this Cable Karl iranvlllc is La liepubllquo says editorially that the Popes antimasonic encyclical letter only ex cites The London Standard declares its belief that the powers have agreed to confer upon the mailer of Hgypls llnanciai The London Standard believes that the Em of Germany lias accepted Prince Bismarcks resignation from Ihe Prussian iiistitv who recently loft Tunis for West Africa and the Congo has gone specially by order of the German government to organize German consulates on the West coast of Hclmont the seat of Karl was burned to the ground last A number of valuable paintings and other works of many of which can never be were also Cincinnatis Dramatic fSpuiliil Despatch to The April was a lack of proportion between the stfige and audience at the Julius Ciosur1 In Music Halt to the llrst of the dramatic festival entertain Tho Human mob and the massive appointments of the stage overtopped tho sparselyfilled Not more than seals were possibly not so but the audience was attentive and at times warmly The details were much more siitisfaelory than last when tho feet of Casars corpso wore placed where the head should have and poor Murdoch uncovered them instead of the Koene hail several re and ihe general tamper ot thu house was that the play was well Portlands City Mnrshnl to be DeBjilitell I Tho Boston April King tonight notltlcd City Andrews that ho should prefer charges against him at a meeting of the Hoard of Thursday And should ask the board to remove Tim nature ot the charges have not yel been made Maishiil Andrews Is a prominent and was elected to the Hoird ot Aldermen last He has made many enemies of latu among tlie liquor dealers by ills rigid enforcement of the prohibitory and tho act of Mayor King Is per haps to be regarded lu Ihe light of a concession lo Iho liquor 4 Frank Jamen1 April tho trial of Frank James today the evidence adduced was ot the very strongest character in favor of an The witnesses testified that James was In Nash ville from March to in while tlie rob bery occurred on the The dates were estab lished by entries In tlie books of various and by the docket of Justice Uallfy Tho opinion is tliat the prisoner will be ac James will take the stand Lynns SliMUil IHsjiateh to Tim Itoston April la to tried before the May term of court at Ills the same who defended the Maliey was hero aud asserted that Lyons was not concerned in the robbery and endeavored to lind out all lie could In regard to tlie but was not given much He says he is undertuKliy the ease without any hope ol a iu return lor a kindness Lyons did a friend of for next year will be lull S3fiO lirst class common SHOO second class common S2i0 and AN INCORRIGIBLE Seven Yenro It Stnto Seven years in the Stato prison Is ordinarily con sidered enough a to make a man And yet James Taylor only smiled wlieiKJudue Brlgham Imposed it upon him yes terday In tho Superior Criminal When the district attorney reviewed Taylors which showed that he had been convicted and sentenced three times within the last ten years for the crime of Judge Brlgliam simply said This man Is evidently and imposed tho above Taylors last adventure was signing Ctmdys name to numerous forged orders upon dillerent prominent music dealers lu this DENYING THE Tlie Camulluu Government AUeeu Tlint fllitro lit No Among the UultlifoiMl Special Despatch to The Boston April Indian Depart ment bore state that thorn Is no truth in the re port of tho outbreak among the Indians at Battle but as they denied that there hart been any disturbance at Indian Head it the very moment they were in posseslou of facts regarding tho raid on the government stores near that the public are less Inclined to accupt tho contradiction they gave to the reports of the at ISaltle It is a wcllkuown fact that the Indians In the Northwest have mifferod great hardships dur ing the past large numbers of them having died of There Is n general disposition on Hie partor the government to keep all facts from the and until something more detlnllo thana government denial is outsiders will late In questioning the accuracy of the current PRAYING FOR CUtlzctm IfcUtlou tliu Alrtermoit to Sulvittlou Army Sunday JomouBtratoiiFu Special Despatch tu Tho Boston April a meeting of the aldermen this evening petitions were received from nearly all property owners of Ward C asking tho city government to take measures to sup press musical demonstrations of the Salvation Army on claiming that the street pa rados were a nuisance and annoyed sick persons along the besides frightening Mayor Dreen stated tluiD ho was Informed by tho city solicitor that after careful research ho found nothing In the existing laws would prevent such demonstrations byany religious who desired 10 worship hi that If proven that Ihu disturbance was a redress could be obtained by Illinga of equity or if drums were beaten at unseasonable It would con stitute a breach or the For what the Hal vatlunliiU had so far done they could not he con sidered amenable to After much discus two Salvationists addressed the stating that they had ordered drums and tam bourines quiet while passing churches or horses In the Finding that no action could bo taken without passing special tho board voted to lay tiie petition on tho table for further IMAMS Two for Wiiolc Mulo From Tlielr For some tlmp past the firm of White Ill Union dealers in paints anil have been aware that merchandise has been re moved from the store lu some mysterious The Ilrm applied to the ot police lor nn olliecr to work up tlie and Inspectors Burke and Mountain were detailed to ferret out tho thief or and yesterday altenioon John Barcher and Charles two young men in employ of the were arrested by tho together with a song and dance who has for some lime past been loaf Ing in vicinity of Howard The two em ployes ot the concern have been purloining sneh articles as a small pocketfull of which is worth bronzes worth S2 a and dross mix to the amount ol eight which sells S4 per Those are only a few of the articles and Is presumed Unit hundreds of dollars worth of gonfls of like character have disappeared In I he same unaccountable In searching a key to the rear door ot the store was found lu his and that naturally explained alt the mysteries of the Kemlnglon and Burclior have vlslteil the filoro after olosmgup tlmo and the irouils ID in has been disposing of them and sharing the proceeds with his two The parties will bo arraigned In the Municipal Court Selmn Dnlaros Spcohil Despatch to Thu Boston NKW April was a long jump which Miss Scllna Dolaro last night look iroin comic opera to emotional drama the ucw Park All things she did much better than might have been although her evident nervousness at linies unpaired tho eltectlveuoss of her imper In which she played the is an adaptation by herself from Is a trifle In ami the conclusion Is rather but the principal characters were played with spirit and and iho general effect of tho performance was pleasing Daath of n WollKnown to Tho Boston April a business man aud extensive shoebox died last night at tho ago of He wus a member of iho Hoard of Aldermen in and a veteran Odd He leaves a son and Abbreviated John the Toronto prize hud his arm cut oil by tho ears Urn steamboat man in ac tive service In died at Joseph a was iirresleil yesterday as one of HID assassins of the Crouch family at Novem ber The entire colored population of suspended worn yesterday aud celebrated the an niversary of the passage of the IHtcenth amend to the United Stales HrewHier Cameron and special counsel of the United Status government In tin Star route led Montreal for Wash inidou AttorneyGeneral Brewster is dcTcrnnued to nush Tho second grand exhibition f American silk under tbo auspices of tne Womens Silk Culture was formally opened yester day morning in Horticultural It will continue for two Gloucesters Heaviest IJiSiatcii to Tlio April liesh halibut received a trip of halibut today from the bcluuiiiei Augusta auiuug which was one halibut that weighed 420 The monster was shipped to lulton aiarkcti New in a box built for ttm he unllnarv shipping box bring too This is the largest halibut ever lauded at Una Woreestqr Increases the Fees SjitcUiJ tu Tin April iioaxd ot Alder men discussed tin license question at length to after votlua to increase the fees of year adjourned for two weeks without praritiug A special meeting will have loliti held ior the ynuitia ui ilis feus In all canes of Bronchial and Pulmo nary Affections is AVEK8 CllKHKY AH such it is recognized and prescribed tlie luediciil and III many thousands of for thu pust lorry has bminKurdedas an invaluablehousehold It is a preparation that only requires to be taken in very small and a few doses of itadministered in the curly stages of u cold or cough will speedy and verv save is no doubt whatever tliat Has preserved the lives of prcut of by arrestifei tbu development of imd Pulmonary and by the cure of thosi duiiKerous It should be kept ready for use in every family where there arc it is a niLdiciiiu fur tnperior to ull ollicrsiu tho treatment of thalleviation of AVhoopiug am t tie eunolColds and ailments peculiarly inci dental to childhood nnd Prompti tude in dealing with ail of this class is of the utmost The loss of a single day in umiiy entail fatal Do precious time iu experimeuUiiK with medicines of doubtful while the malady is constant I v framing a deeper but take lit once tliu speediest imd most certain to Ayers Cherry PREPARED BY Ayer Sold by uil Our Second made special mcnts with one of the largest in Neil we prcpttreil to offer i full line of iMfliva for Spring and wltlcJi we shall in troduce the pair the follow in y popular prices THE UDIES IEBHLB UOAT BUTTON OtEltATOEU and COMMON SENSE at per TUB 8TUAIOHT SWAT BUTTON onOPERATOED and COMMON SENSE at S3 per The Ladies Fine Diagonal Kid Foxed Button on Opera Toed and Common Sense at S3 per The LADIES CUIIACOA KU MUTTON on OperaToed and Common Sense at per The Ladies Glove Kid Kid OperaToed at per The LADIES FRENCH BUTTON on OperaToed and Common Sense at per The siliove lines of Boots have been carefully and are thor oughly made and and to jylve perfect satisfaction in FIT and FOK Wednesday and April 23 and 3 cases ROUGH AND HEADY STRAW all colors and latest a regular for 2 lots of BLACK OSTRICH ex tra at 25 and SO per 1 lot SILVER LACE at 25 per yard worth 1 lot GOLD LACE at 25 and 33 J HALF ITS SILVER AND GOLD CLOTH FOR BONNET at popular 25 dozen OSTRICH all at 75 20 dozen BLACK OSTRICH POM 3 in a at only 75 per A of DAISY in Pink and at 45 Regular price 75 Washington Near West and Bedford Sold to One Dealer in EAST JVlnimry Jfur im Iloucllis I iiuvt in lifulor mty senuliie ilutu IS Mcridiau The Best Shoe in Ameri ca lor the BUTTON fJCE For Sale by all SuTTUUt tor ubutuur B ol bilious iieiiftuuV jforuua
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