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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - July 25, 1884, Boston, Massachusetts                                Telephone Talk Ilf THB SUNDAY GLOBE BLAINE WILL BE AT The Telephone IN THE HKXT SUNDAY FRIDAY JULY PRICE TWO The Nonimees of the Both Candidates Joted for Blaine and Logan Vigorously Greenbackism the Days Chief Bone of A Plank Favoring It Adopted and Then Thrown Special Despatch to The Boston Convention July The day opened the tnennometer ranglne from to Promptly at tlie chairman tor and the days proceedingswere opened wltti prayer by Lee oE New The prayer was lollowed by the singing of I my cross have Massachusetts presented the name ot to be a member 61 the National Cpm Kentucky presented the names of Cole and as members of the same oom A Maryland delegate offered a which was not acted reiterating that It was tho lenttment of the convention that Commissioner of Indian Affairs Price and Commissioner of Pen sions Dudley violated the civil service rules by visiting PlttsbufK with the view of Influencing the action of the Prohibition In a few remarks ou this subject a Western delegate said that the government official men tioned In the resolution found the Prohibition party could neither be bought off nor persuaded to go Lougcontinued At oclock a motion was agreed to that the roll of States should be for the purpose ot placing In nomination the various presidential Owing to the absence of Colonel Babcock of was to place McDonald of Cali In tlie call States was post poned ana John Finch ot Nebraska addressed the convention on the subject of At the close of Finchs remarKS the call of States was begun for tue nomination of presidential can In response to the call of Colonel In vigorous declared that McDonald was one of thegreatest leaders the Pro hibitionists had ever He was a man hated sna feared by the Interests of and no evidence of this could be found tnan in the vio tenltmanner In which he had ben assailed Vy those The speaker reviewed the temperance and concluded liy In ttae name of the people of Mc Donald oliould receive at the conven tion that recognition to which his work and liber ality to the cause justly entitle The call of Slates was then When Illinois was George Christian of Chicago took Hie stand for the pur pose of nominating a candidate who needed no and who would not liuve to conduct a de fensive Ilia name which lie was to present was above all other names under the American flag It was that of a man known In every household In the record Is as bright as the noonday sun a man who had seen who had lived on the bloody plains of the who had gone through who was the very high priest ot who could carry with him a force of followers not possessed by auy man or to be Such a man was that distinguished that magnificent that wholepomed John John of Prolonged ap When Kansas was Miss Frances Wlllard supported the nomination of ExGovernor John In an eloquent speech bristling with which awoke all the enthusiasm of the She pictured the early lite and career of the ex eovernor of and characterized him as a Bum of the and one whose name would never be eftaced from the roll of the on being supported McDonald as the most available Colonel was Introduced when Maine was in a brief In which he pro tested against tho tendency to silent the war borses of the he placed In nomination Gideon Stewart of Charles Nyo of Maryland responded to tne call of that and seconded the nomination ot When Massachusetts was Miner of Boston seconded the nomination of John John In a powerful When Miner concluded a delegate rose In the Massachusetts benches and wits understood to say that several members uf that delegation dif fered from the position taken The ruled tho delegate out of and ho resumed his FannliiKof Michigan seconded the nomination of exGovernor Saterlee of Minnesota seconded the nom ination ot John mid promised a liberal contribution to a campaign literature through Clara presi dent of the State gave Us adhesion to exGovernor When New Jersey was called the audience cave a hourly Stephen Riiusom ol that Slate was alter stating that the candi date whose name he would mention had given positive Instructions against its launched Into a eulogy of General Clinton whose name was greeted with prolonged Toward the close of his Hansom announced that the New Jersey delegates had reconsidered their first ana would solidly suoport Professor Hopkins of New John Finch of Nebraska and Gideon Stewart of Ohio seconded the nomination of and New ton Pierce of Pennsylvania nominated Judge James At this point there was a rush for St and all of the older candidates withdrew In bis The motion was about to be carried for a suspension of tbe rules In order to nominate exGovernor John by but the motion was tempo rarily withdrawn and at the convention took a recess until 3 During tne midday recess a meeting of female delegates was held at the Charles at which It was decided to Issue a circular letter to the women ot tue entreating their sympa thy and aid for the Prohibition Mat tie McClellan Stewart of Ohio and Miss Wlllard of Illinois were placed upon tbe na tional Afternoon At the opening of the afternoon convention a large number of despatches were con gratulating the conventionand urging Governor Johns One from New Hampshire Two thousand Methodists are willing to vote lor Another from tbe temperance convention at Indianapolis conveyed After the reading of the despatches had been tbe chair announced that the pending business was the motion to mane the nomination of John Professor Hopkins of New York submitted an amendment that the roll of the States be A large number of delegates urged that Hie nomination be deferred to the lost as the probabilities were that tho platform would create bickerings and bad and a good hurrah at tbe end over the nominations would be desirable In the interest ot harmony and good The reiused to postpone the and the roll call was All the delegations voted unanimously for and when the secretary made the an giving tbe total vote cast as tbe audience rose to Its cheered vociferously for several and sang Glory Hallelujah and the long metre More cheering followed as a canvas picture of the nominee was carried around the A despatch containing Uitjin wu at ease Wat to who was speaking at a camp meeting at near The committee on resolutions then submitted tho following platform Prohibition Homo 1rotoction In national convention uclcnowbHlne Al inlnbty Goil us tho rluhtiul sovcrulKu of nil whom the Just iioworn of the uovBrnmeut are and to whosy Ininiau enactments ahould con form and tliut prosperity ami baiuimess only can come to the people when their luwa ot the na tional and State government are In accord wltb tno divine SecondThat tho and Bale ot alcoholic created ivml main tained bv the laws of tho national and State govern ments chirms the entire history of such are everywhere shown to he thu promoting cause ot In with resulting crime and making large demands upon public and private char Imposing larKe and unjust taxation public burdens for penal and sheltering institutions upon manufactures and emlimirorliiit the public desecration of the corrupting our legislation and administration of the shortening impairing health and diminishing productive In causing education to bo neglectotl and de anil nullifying the teachings of the the church and tho Tlio standards and guides ot our fathers and their children In tmimlliiKiiml UUll L11UMU 1UWB UIW lullvw contravened our and wo call upon our Hl lowcltlzenstoaidJu tho repeal ot these laws and tho legal suppression of this baneful liquor faet duriuR the twentytour years In which the Republican party lias controlled the Ren oral government and that ot many of the no enrts have been made to change this policy that Territories have been created from tho national do turn governments for them and States from them admitted to tlio but in no u staneo In any of them has this tralTle been 1orhld don or tho of these Territories or htates heen permitted to prohibit it that iherc are now over 000 wholesale and retail deal ers in these holding certificates and claiming the authority otiroverument tOr the continuation of a business so destructive to the moral and material welfare of tho together witli tho fact that they have turned a deaf ear to remon strance and petition for tno correction of this abuse of civil Is conclusive proof tluit tho lupnn lican party is insensible or impotent the re dress of those and should longer bo entrusted with tho powers and responsibilities ot gov although tills party In Its late national convention was silent ou the liquor not so Us Jllaine and Within the year past lllaino has publicly recommended that the revenue derivedfrom the liquor trnllle shall be distributed among tho and Senator Logan by proposed to devote those revenues to tlie support of schools botu virtually recommend the perpetuation of tlio mid tli Fourth j States and iutho liquor The fact that the Democratic party has In Its national deliverance of party policy arrayed itself on tho side of the druiknwkera luid sellers by de claring against the policy of prohibition of such under the false name ol sumptuary laws and when In power in some of the States in refusing to pass rcm and in of refusing to per mit tho creatiou of aboard of inquiry to Investigate and report upon the effects of this proves that tho Democratic party should not be entrusted with power and That there can be no creator peril to tbe nation than tho existing competition of tlie Kepnlin can and Democratic parties for the llquni Experience shows that any party not openlv opposed to the trulllc will engage in tills will court tho tuvm of the criminal will barter away tho publtij the purity of the ballot and every trust am object of good for party am patriots ami good citizens should tlnd In this practice sufficient cause for immediate withdrawal trom al connection with these That while wo favor reforms in theadmlnlB tratlon of the in tlio abolition at all slue useless olllces ami in tlio electlono the people of officers of government instead o appointment by tlie President lion osfy and sobriety are essential qnallucatlons lo lioldim civil and wo oppose romova of such persons for more administrative ex cept so far us It may bo absolutely necessary to secure effectiveness to the vital Issues on which tbo general administration ot the government has been entrusted to a party that tho collections of revenues trom liquors and tobacco should ho as tlio vices of men are not a proper snhlnct for taxation that custom duties should be levied for tho expenses of tbe government and economically and when so levied tlie fostering of American manu factures and industries should constantly be held In view that tlio public land should behold for Homes for the people and not for gifts to corporations that it should not bo hold in large bodies for speculation on tho needs of actual settlors that all coin and paper shall be issued and regulated by the general and shall be a tender for all public and private that grateful cure and support should bo given our soldiers and sailors and their dependent widows ami jcrlber to pay tho amount ol his subscriptions an luully so long as ho shall or until tlio partys candidate for president or vicepresident shall bo The number of S10 subscriptions re ceived aggregated Tlia odinmlUee oil resolutions reported a substl uto for tbe llnimcliil plank In tlio but liter n protracted discussion It was unanimously Hint hero was no necessity tor embodying i linanelal plank In tiio With but ono dissenting volco tlio entire financial section was stricken The roll of States was then called for the nomination of camltdatos for Caroline Knell of in a few wellchosen placed In nomination for tho second place on the ticket Ueorno Mlieu Dakota was called a delegate arose and nominated William Daniel of Minnie JacKson of iu a very elotiuent manner and amid tremendous and long continued also placed before tlie con vention the name of William tho little giant 01 through Colonel seconded the nomination ot anil was followed by similar action on tlie part of The nomi nation of Daniel was also seconded by Minne Missouri ami New tliroiiRli Clinton FIslce of New Now York placed In nomination Colonel Ueorga Boyno ol and sec onded tlie nominations of Daniel and being Ohio seconded tlie nomination of Pennsylvania followed with seconds of FisKe and and the nomina tion of Miss Francos Willara of Tennessee seconded Uoyne of and Texas fell inlo line with a second for West Vir ginia and followed Finch ot Nebraska spoke In beluilf of General lloyne of saying time ho could under no circumstances accept tiio that lie had given his fortune to the cause and the delegates could not properly insist upon his making the sacritloo which would bo necessary should lie be selocled as the nominee for the second place on tlie At tilts point withdrew the nomination ot Rogers and declared for Clinton Flsko took the platform and de livered a strong prohibition bristling with was very warmly ap During the course of his remarks ho emphatically declined to be iv and closed by eloquently Indorsing his friend Then at 12 on motion of hake nf the rules were and the Humiliation of William Daniel of Mary land was made unanimous by a rising There upon Duuiel briefly acknowledged tho honor amidst rousing A few minutes were spent In Votes of thanus were passed to the various and at tlie National Prohibition Con vention ot 18S4 came to an SECOND BRIGADE Ladies Day on the Tented i Field at General Peach Drills the Brigade in the Afternoon to Much Americans who hold contrary to and subverslvo of tho Declara orphans that we repudiate opinions contrary to and sub tion of upon which our government has grown to be a government of and a recognized power among nations that vvhile tliesoaro Important and arc demanded lor purltv of administration and the welfare of the ihelrirnportmico sinks into insignificance when com Darefl with tho reform of tbo drink which now annually the wealth created by toil and and drags down thousands of families from comfort to and wldcu nils insane asylums and which destroys tbo saps the industry and causes Ions of life and property to tliousanan the dulls lowers intellectual and the cunnlug hand is the chief cause physical or of tho insolvency and loss iu and by Its corrupting powerendangers tbo perpetuity of free Iiistitutlons that CoiiKicus should exercise Its undoubted poiyor and prohibit tlie manufacture and sale of intoxicating beverages In the District of tlie Territories ot the united and in all places over which tho government has exclusive jurisdiction here after no State shall ho admitted Into tho Union until its constitution expressly prohibit polygamy aud andsale laborer und tlio miner and thVnHmufTwtureand sale of Intoxicating earnestly call the attention of the and ask investigation of the baneful effects upon labor and caused by the needless liquor will be found to bo tho robber who lessens wages and and the destroyer of the happiness and the family welfare of tlie feborlug That labor and all legitimate industry demand dp liverauco from taxation and loss which this traffic imposes and that no tariff or other legislation can so healthily stlinutato production or increase a demand for capital and or produce so much comfort and content us tbe suppreaainK of this trattlu would bringtothe laboring mechanic or em ployer ot labor throughout our lilghtliThat the activity and cooperation of tho Two Rival State Conventions in July two Prohibition conventions held In this city today have been the occasion of considerable excitement and bitterness of feeling in temperance One of tho meet held lu Englishs was called with the full determination of puttuiu a straight prohibitionticket for State In the Bold ami refused to allow any one dltfurliiK from Hint policy to take part In the As u consequence many wellknown prohibition ists were pushed The other convention met under the presidency of Colonel Will Cum buck In tho Clrand Opera Their first wurlc was lo appoint a committee to present overtures to the with a view of a and botli meeting together In the afternoon Their how was refused a hearing by the Englishs Theatre which promptly tabled tllo request for a Later In the day this action was and a was but not until a ticket had been placedIn This was taken an a direct and Intentional Insult by the Jriuul Opera House gathering and gave rise to some savage The latter finally re solved to organize a constitutional SOUR Fulling to Get Blnlne tho Prohibitory Oouvou tlou u Dtiiiiocrutlc Special Despatch to The Boston Inly of Pen sions failing in Ills endeavor to secure the Indorsement of the Republican candidate for president by the theProhibitionists convention at returned to this city and iu ali Interview today pronounces the convention a Democratic He says It seemed to mu fromwhat 1 heard that seven out of every ten were regard the convention as merely a Democratic and in talking with the dele gates and getting down to the bottom this Is the object they have In it is just us well that they did not en dorse BlnineV said the 1 tblnkthat It will be six of one and a half dozen of the The saloon interest In In diana and Ohio is organized and and It votes solidly the Democratic They per suaded the Democrats to Insert a plank in tho national platform In their and If the Prohibitionistsnow give their aid to defeat the Republican candidate they will elect the candi date of the saloon By tills term I do not mean the German as that Is a different Work at the ButtsMen Well Set Up Special Despatch to The Boston SOUTH July shower of last evening passed over Hie camp and the stars wore shining at 11 and the cool southwest breeze made the night The camp was very and thoso who desired to sleep had a good nights The guard duty was well per most of tho sentries boing well A compliment should be paid tho headquarters guard ol yesterday from the Ninth though they made some mistakes In They presented n fine were well set and attended to their duties In a soldierly and were complimented by many of tho military Koll calls have been fairly well attended In but there Is a tendency to neglect them lu some and an Inclination on the part of a few to bo careless In getting out on A severe dose ot fatigue duty would do such men In one of the commands the colonel tills morning gave a noiicoininisaionecl ofllcor just thirty seconds to turn out for duty and the sergeant came This little cxperleneo might be repeated with boncllt The Fifth and tho Ninth have settingup drill each morning after and it gives the men an appetite for The brigade guard for today came from the Eighth with Major yprague as field cer of the The detail camo on cood the personal appearance of the men was good and they were steady during tlio but the noncommissioned officers woro not up hi their and tlio two got a little nervous and did not do a somely lighted up with Chinese lanterns In honor ol the Indies who visited them It was a great attraction at tlio left of tbe brigade niclit was u beautiful ono mid hundreds ol icoplo remained about the camp until a late About 0 oelocU Governor Robinson arrived In and In i few minutes the ot Major Merrill boomed out tliclr welcome inline of seventeen Tlie Uoveruor will ro iiiain over night and review the brigade tomorrow In accordance with thu annual JudgeAdvocate George lias completed the rifle practice of the but tomorrow and Satur day brigade and battalion starts will take a and on Saturday the ties will bo shot A rigid system of inspection prevails at the Tho men do not receive any cartridges until they step upon the llring points then each man receives live rounds of and each shot is and when they are all flreil tho boxes are all carefully Following Is the qualifying scores of tlio Fifth and the made up to Tlio Ninth will he made up All tho companies but three nave betinful the two of those not having tlie rule requiring armory and tho third being the new company from FIFTH Uomnany Captain Sergeant Sergeant ConiiMinv Private Company Sergeant Sergeant Private A mi OF LOVE Al A Bakers Life Sadly Blighted by a Anthony Nolls Love for Anna and the Evils Following His Cormmnv Sergeant 1rivate Private Company Oaptan Private Private Company Private Perkins Oomiiauy Private Fred Private Captain Private Counmuy Private Private JilQIlTUC Convpany His Attempted Murder of the Girl Whom He NEW 1rivuto Captal Company n 10 Musician Company Captain Captain lirackett Sergeant Company Private Private Hamilton Private Private Company KA Rogers Sergeant Sargent Private Irlvnto Charles Private William Camp Mayor Balrd ol Lynn and Mayor Fox of Cam botli old were on tlie Held and dined with the militia companies from tliuir respective Tlio strength of the brigade today Is as follows 17 i Fifth 880 Eighth 520 Ninth t03i 172 j Among the vlstois to the cavalry headquarters today was the venerable Major the first commander who ever guided the cavalry battalion In this Ho was accompanied by Farmer who for thirtynine successive years sat In the saddle at the annual parade of tlio Both gentlomon are nearly 00 years but tull ineiit for tho prohibition of tho license traffic by tlio abolition of tbe drink tlie purity of purpose and the intelli gence and devotion of the mothers and daughters ot the Womens Christian Temperance Union bus been eminently blessed by Kansas and Iowa have given her sheaves of and Iho education und arousing of the public demand for a constitutional mind and amendment tho now prevailing are of her prayers and and we rejoice to have our Christian woman unite with us that sharing in the labor that shall tbe abolition ot this truffle to the she shall ll bless shall be and political d that the ballot in tlio hand bring tbe abolition ot this truffle to the sh jolnln the grand Jralse from whom all ings when by brtv our boys und friends s free from legal drink NiuthTlmt believing in the civil eauality of the and that the ball is rigid for her and would prove a powerful ally for tlie abolition of the drink the execution of tlie promotion ot reform hi civil affairs and the removal of corruption in public so we relegate the practical on I workiug of tills reform to the discretion ol tbo rro hlbltton party iu tho several States according to the condition of public aoutliuuut in those That gratefully we acknowledge und praise God for the presence of His guiding the coun cils and granting the success which has bicu vouchsafed in tho procross of the temperance re looking to Him from whom ull wisdom and hull wo auk the voters of the United States to make the principles of the above declaration a ruling principle iu tho government of the nation and of tlie The third plank was mndo the basis of an ani mated One of the whose name could not be ascertained In the moved that all references to Blaine and Logan be stricken This was vigorously antagonized by lUissell of Michigan and several and finally the section In its entirety was adopted with prolonged applause and cries of it to them hot Next some commotion was created by Professor Hooking ot New who wanted tho conven tion to strike out the Greenback He de clared that as ho tlio Uood Templars of his State ho would be recreant to his trust If he failed to utter a protest against a plunk which was foreign to prohibition and with which hundreds of Good Templars could not Miner of Boston replied that tho section In ouestlon was the very meat of the and asked his hearers if Uiey had forgotten tlie ras cally circumstances under which the Pacific bank of Boston went delegate from New Jersey roso and excitedly declared that he would leave the convention If the uian Ic was but ho was laughed back into his and the resolution to strike out the financial plank was lost by a viva vocevoteot about ten to At this a disposition beins apparent to discuss every line of the a resolution to adopt It as a whole and reler it back to the committee for editing was rushed through the The chairman then read the United Press de spatch concerning the manner In which the nomi nation of John was received in New York and the and the Information It contained was greeted with three cheers and a A motion was agreed to making the name of the party the Prohibition and after the con sideration of business of a Toutme character the at took a recess until 8 The national commute met at 7 oclock and elected John Finch of chair man Sagendarph of vice chiitrmau Judklns of correspond ing secretary Van Fleet of record ing secretary and Hastings The gentlemen wllh Miss Frances Willard of and McClellan Brown of will cou stitute the executive committee of the with full power to act when the general committee is uot Evening The convention was called to order at 15 with prayer by Jenkins of The first business was the presentation of the re port of the nuance committee by Uoveruor Clin ton Fluke of New Pledges were solicited for subscriptions to the baltle wiilcli rvuulre Uie sub DROWNED AT WELLS Only Oue of a Party ot Tlirco Boyi cued from the Speoliu1 Despatch to The Boston July Boston gentleman named Small gave this evening a very graphic de scription the accident at Wells beach Said he Tills morning Fred Hovey of Boston Invited Edward Bell and William Trlpp to go flsh mg with Boll was but young Trlpp at first made some but at last consented to Tlio three made prepara tions for a trip to extend over several Their departure was watched by a merry group of young mostly young They started nit but on reaching tlie breakers there seemed to be some The water was and from shove It looned as though the young men had lost control of the Neither of It Is any great skill In Suducnly the boat and the people ou shore could sue the hoys struggling in the The distance was not und a was at once sent to their When very near tho boat It was sien that Bell was clinging to but that the other two had gone down Bell was very and It WHS with frronl lllllcultv lie kept his irrlp on tbe boat until the rescures reached As noun us he was Bell said Trip has carried Fred Later lie said that when the boat upset lie caught hold ol At the same time Uovey tried to hut Trlpp caught him and held him Al last he fairly wound his arms around the neck of his unfortunate Weighted down In this way Hovey wasunable of course to keep and both went down It is was an excellent while allhnuRli a resident of could not swim at Small said that at the time he left the bodlesbad not been He was com to leave almost Immediately after Hie Fred Hovey was a son of Colonel Hovey of 30 Circuit He was18 years old last a graduate of the high and had passed a successful examination for admission to the Instiuile of Colonel Hovey left for the scene ot the accident lu the Probably Eight Deaths from a Threshing Engine Special Despatch to Tbe Boston July Tompklns1 tbresblne engine exploded on Joseph Halls farm near here throwing the engine against the separator and forcing a the He was crushed to En gineer Eugene Swan and Robert Innls were also Five others were probably falally The owner Claims that tbe accident was dun to gas being generated from the use of sulphuric but a brother of the engineer ex amined tlie engine recently and pronounced it un Those thought to bo fatally hurt arc Miss Gurirudo Fred Nettle Walter Purccll and Nellie who were staud Ing near the machine at tlie Falvey Charged withBixbys Special Despatch to Tbe lloston 1 SPUING July warrant has been Issued here today charting Dennis Falvey of Wesllleld with the murder of George whose death took place In Aenttlelcl this Falvey is in ail lu this caving been unable to furnish the bquds under which he was placed after the assault wMoh iie Is charged with having committed upon Blxby July Falveys case will come before the grand jury at the De cember term of the Superior He received the news of Bixbys death today without Drowned While Searching for Jeisie a little fellow about 8 years of went to Maiden with bis uncle from Boston yesterday moraine to visit some Dur ing the day the young fellow started out in search of una in some way fell Into Swaines and was His uncle and others went In search of the and found by tracing bis footsteps that be bad been iu the vicinity of tbe and the budy was found alter well as they Tlio passage in review was good and the salutes fair but oneof the officers did not recover Ills sword until he had passed the field officer of the day iibimt twenty Drill call brought out all tho organizations for Tho Ninth Kegiment was at the except thoso who were out on company The Filth and the Eighth Inidii forenoon of bat talion and accomplished good The artillery battalion did a splendid forenoons executing some of the most Intricate movements in good With so many new men in the bat more attention might ho platoon movements by Somo capital Urine was the intervals In some instances being The cavalry battalion had Company Drill With and ealned some knowledge of handling Us now The policing of the camp Is excellent but It Is said by Impartial observers that Quarter master Newton of tho cavalry battalion has tho cleanest quarters on the He remains atUIs and watches tilings early and Tho influx of visitors began early and nearly every headquarters had many of the ladles together willipast members and gentle man Surgeon Hurrell of tho cavalry bat talion was avant courier of and met the lady friends ana wives of the staff at the and escorted them to the where thev remained Ourlnu the Tho work tit the afternoon consisted of brigade tho cavalry and artillery being and permitted to drill by The line was formed promptly at 3 and the Fifth and the Ninth regiments moved forward In battalion fine In line the Ktirhth running by tiio Hank in order to close the and then moving to the The brigade made a splendid present to General The first movement executed was to form column of battalions of llrst left In The brigade then changed direction by the left The general then deployed followed that movement by forming in echelon and AST then formed to the first battalion Fours left about was then and then lie formed line of masses on lirst left n direction was changed by the right Ha and soon after he funned Into column of com and then moved up toward the east end o the parade ground on rmht into line of face to tho Other movements vere and the whole work o tho afternoon made up one of the best brigade drills ever held on the There no all tlie movements were well Intervals being admirably and plenty of time was taltmi so that the men were not overworked and the drill was oue of The artillery battalion put in a cood afternoon s and executed a variety of movements li rood The cavalry battalion had two hours busy and they have nol pretty wel settled down to Brigade dress parade followed and closed th ceremonies of the The formation was a good and the alignment and distances were better than they were last Ihe mci were very steady during the soundoff and the band and Held music made ai excellent appearance and marched The manual was capital anu In almost perfect unison AdjutantGeneral Beal of Maine and Genera commander of the brigade of Maine mill were Interested spectators of the ceremony aud were Much ineuned at tbe The latter Is making his llrst visit to our mlUtii aud expresses his great aamlratlou for tb field and Its and says Massa chusetts may well be proud of her militia force Regimental dress parades concluded the work of the aud tbe many visitors who remained li camp were entertained at supper and in llstenln to the music of tbe uaad uy the thought fulness of Quartermaster Newton and tbe bar work of QuartermasterSergeant Sanborn th heitUuuarttrs ol the cavalry battalion Uaud t enthusiasm for their branch of the lajor exCaptain Benjamin aud Lhers visited Major Kemp and the companies of ha Tlio cut ol Major Merrills headquarters ropre ents 1C as It will Humiliated If tho vlnd isiiot too Mlssuds Salem Cadot and will give a special concert lu the marquee at Lieutenants Carloton of Battery irsi Battalion Light tendered their eslgmitluus to Major Merrill tills They vlll remain in camp until tho completion of their our of Ono of the ollicers of tlio who Is en gaged in the lurnlslmiK goods has de igned a new style of shoulder Between tho jar Indicating the rank Is placed a hairpin It will bo immensely popular in tho i an unfortunate mistake tbo force Of item comolluionlary to tho new company of the Eighth teglment was It should have had Company J of Instead of Company G of No reflection is 011 the Gloucester Cornoral Bird of the Lancers carries the stand ard time of tho He will rallie together vlth an eightday for the benefit of the Mil ual Improvement Association of the Iho celebration will take place at Hen Turners as soon as tlio latter recovers his Major Kemp got the better of Major Merrill to night In getting away from tlie brigade linn after dress But Major Merrill thinks hu got as he had to wait nearly live minutes ifter tlie flag at brigade headquarters had been pulled down for the cavalry bnglo to blow 10 he could fire the evening Among the military visitors to camu today were lieutenantColonel Frank Major Hart i ml several olllcers of the Second Corps of Colonel Warren Lieutenant Fourth Colonel Da vid Major Rogers and Quartermaster First Corps of Cadets i Generals Fickelt mil Major Major LieutenantColonel Captains and Gardner and Lieutenant Blair of tlie first Lieutenant John DaUou from the Second Now Hampshire National LlautenantColoiiel Major Met Captains Fisher and Lieutenants Well Chapman and Htarkeyj Surgeon first General Major Kox of Cambridge and Colonel Flagg of the Gov ernors TRUSTING Mlclmcl und ttrliluot Itufferty Fickiuic Jlockettt In tlio During the past week a number ol complaints have been made at the dlflereut largo dry goods IIOUSDS that robberies are perpetrated upon cus Shoppingbags have been carried oil and tbo pockets of lady patrons picked Indiscrimi Wednesday a complaint of this descrip tion was made at Marsh and just after the ladys pocket had beenrilled a middle aged tull of wearing a and accompanied by an elderly was seen by one of the clerlts to leave the establishment 1liflr actions were and ibe clerk in ques being an observing young impressed iipiui his mind a gond description of Tlie police were and Inspector Knox ol the central ollice was sue to work upon tbc The inspector muuo a number of trips among tlie dry goods houses without meeting with any and was about to give tlio nuttier up lor the day as lie entered the store of liutler lie uolleed a woman who answered In part the description of thu woman that had been suspected the Hay previous In In stead ol having a shawl over her as on the pieviotis she lie proposed to watch and his intention stood him In good She bugan her but lor some time was ffho leathers would not and at times a consciousness that ehe was watched seemed to make her Finally an respectablelooking Irish lady stepped up to tho ribbon counter and was pre paring to make a LonutiiiLcrs and in a llusii the poor Irish womans purse was In the possession ol the She immediately stepped back a lew paces and banded the pocketbook she has stolen to her a man about 00 years ot Inspector Knox had observed tho wiiole calling to Ins assist ance 1rlvale Detective William took the man and woman to the central They gave their names as Michael and Bridget man and claimed a residence lu Jhlladcl and said they had been In Boston only a few The Inspector says they are experienced and have probably worked every city lu ttie Suspicious Conduct of Brooklyns Assist ant July States Commis sioner Allen today Issued a warrant for the arrest of the assistant postmaster of Colonel Charles who has been missing for several The chargers falsification of pay The amount Involved Is not thought to be The Isthmus Pacific Railroad July Isthmus 1aciflc Rail road capital has been iu corporated by William Sharon of Nevada aud others to construct a railroad across the Isthmus of and operate u steamship line la con nection Old Enough to Know Special Dcsuatch to The Uostun SOUTH July has come in light of the quiet marriage of John aued ami fhwiioto Philadelphia In a halfInch police Hem In Tuesday mornings relatlni that Anthony a German hail entered the shop ot Anna and throated to kill there is hidden n story of soap and sour dough such as seldom comas out In the news of tlie Tliero are two Anna One Is tlie who keeps the shop at 401 Poplar into which Noll rushed with murder in his heart and a 42100 calibre English in Ills It was not tills whom lie came to her daughter u dark eyed with glossy hair and an olive whom ho bad loved for lour years and by whom lie had been It was and no officer ol tho seventh who quelled the When ho stood with the weapon levelled at tho door by which lie knew sliu would enter tho the girl walked quietly up to Ihe muzzle of the continent of her smiled pleas antly m tho mans His hand dropped power and ho stood with his eyes as firmly fixed on his sweethearts countenance as they had beuu mi the sight of tlio Theie Anna stoml and smiled and Anthony stood and stared until Dinner 1ercuy came In aiid arrested the wouldbo assas sin as easily as ho might have picked up a biiso ball playing Ho had tnu same stare lu his eyes when Magistrate Lailuer held him under the ball which lie could not and he wont to still gaping at Annas imagined Four years ago Anthony was a regular atteuilitnt at the huge church of thcRedcmplorlst Fathers at Fifth street and Glrard came Anthonys eyes wandered one day lu the midst of a and fell upon lie thought thatShe when slio bowed her slim figure In luce Elizabeth of Hun gary In a South German lie found that her mother kept a manufactory of futioy and thai Anna sometimes waited on he was The next before noliig to hu stopped at tlio soap shop and invested a days In He received it from the bauds of Anna That night his Companions jeered him about his cargo of and asked htm if he was going to scour New Market Ho None ol that he was would ever coma into contact with a thing i There wore no love dreams In tho head of Anna At llrst she thought Noll crazy as he cainii and bought soap every day and suggested that if ho intended to start a shop her mother could stock It at wholesale This was An thonys lookedfor lie plunged eagerly Into a discussion of the soap and from that got upon general Ho contin ued his visits but ceased to buy except in such dilantltlcs as he required tor One day be thought he saw a kindlier light lu Annas dark eyes us she laughed iimi said More aud Immediately he proposed said my misery I was hauntou by her phantom and her shadow fell across my Jt Driven from iilaeo lo with tho doiigli sourlng shadow over ho grew mad with Ituam after ream of fifteencent note paper lie covered with Gorman characters and leaf All tlio letters remained Noll attributed this to the Intluuncu of John who was paying court to one of Annas lie dogged Iho man Intent on killing Finally the shadow ou tho dough brought him lace to face with Thinking that thu Wilmington Bnltlmore might not furnish Irou trans portation to the he lied to In Her suild was still ou tlio Ho On Saturday be got a position In a Ou Sunday morning tho douche That witli trembling liekneadod a batch In a bakery at Twentyfourth CiiUowhll lie walked the streets and at dawn repaired to the In the morning wliluli eu torod the door with lie saw the and hu rushed forth to buy the within two Indies ot whoso muzzle Anna Belhalz stood and THE CREELEY PARTY BODIES To be Landed ut Ivluntl the uf rspecial Despatch to The lioston July and Boar of the Greeley relief expedition will leave Johns lu a day or two for Governors where tho bodies of tho dead members of the Greeley party will be General llazeii today sent tho following letter to the relatives of the dead members of the expedition JULY bog to inform you that the bodies of such of the late ot tlio Ureulcy party as have been recovered will be landed at the military sta tion on Governors New York about August Tho exact date cannot be but will appear in tho public I have also to Inform you thu Untied States will hear the expense of transportation of thu bodies to such piacu as tho relatives lu may select for as woll as the cost of but ex penses tor journeys of relatives cannot be paid by the Thu body ot Is ouo of those I am very respectfully Your obedient Signed and Hrcvet MajorGouorul and Chief Signal A GROWTH PER Decorated per We have never in our of business experience been able to offer so fine a Tea to the The Formosa Teas we offer were grown on a private planta tion on the ISLAND of FORMO on high which gives them that DELICATE FLAVOR that cannot be ob tained in Teas grown on the low This particular plantation is situated near the top of the where the plants get every possible advan tage that nature and cultivation can give 722 to 732 Washington A Banquet for rHiieclnl Dnsnatch to Tlio Huston NEW July Is the intention of tho American Yacht Club to give a banquet to tlio nine olllcers attached to the expedition which succeeded in reselling Lieutenant Gruoloy aud his companions as soon as they reach this Tlio nine iilllcers were chicled honorary members of tlm club before they loft New and Ihe club signal was displayed from Iho masthead of each of the three vessels of Iho expedition when they sailed from tills port on lhclr northward The olllcers thus honored are Commander Llen lunutit executive and George chief of Ihe Thetis Lieu commander Lieutenant executive and John chief engineer of tho Bear Commander Lieutenant executive and chief of Ihe The banquet will probably Ixi given at Tlie club Is to have a special meeting either to day or tomorrow to dcunnlne who shall beluvitcu In addition to these Greeley to Mayor Special UoHimtch to The linstou July Greeley telegraphed Mayor Johnson today as follows July Mayor Grateful tbanlcH tor Vlndly Iho Biir Keon thinks u puhllc reeeptiim ull ac cuunl uf iiliymcttl Sliall moat gladly mctit quietly nil icllmvHtizens durhij my jiruluuged su jourii In Sicuuiij The committee of arrangements will BO airauge matters that the handshaking teaturu will be and thus will obviate the great latlimu Incident to such an Great efforts are now being made to have the Bear steam from Portsmouth to Newburyport with ou the day of tbe Was it the Proximity of tho Prohibitionists July three bonded warehouses and 7000 barrels of whiskey were burned late last The loss will reach fully cov ered by STRAW HATS AND BONNETS Continues this Avail yourselves tblachauca to secure good Rernembor that you can Rot a nice llunch hot dinner In our Lunch Houghton 55 TREMONT Wire NonExplosive Safest and NOW IS THE TIME TO PURCHASE 15 Stylos and to Choose Sue thorn in opcratiou at tho 45 SUMMER The Adams Westlake Mfg Co T IHE Hub Puncli Is jmro and and the palate of the iiml thirsty Iluy it irom ir or from tUe UKAVKS A J to I IS Canal WKM 23 to Uttlisiiise strength en in you urir Mid nut seek re lief lor all torms of heart rkliiv syuijiatbetia of Wo claim Heart A Jteiu before the niilIU Seiiil to Cambridge tutfree SI iur Uj It iTOIO 70 Cents LOVELLS 147 J SCH LITZ MILWAUKEE Was Introduced by tlUtftur Graves Sons approved by llii Stale Hut once a reputation a jnrfefily pure utid learn it has reeeiwd u I the prebtut Stuto Abauyer oi WHOLESALE AAI ej UUSKV21 O A Also Agcut for linjiuru s 1 1 uluul Dont Fail to Try the TABLE DHOTE BHEAKFAST OH SUPPEE at K 467 Washington Marsk   

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